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STUDENT LIFE 159



Student Workers




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Left to right, front row: Marion Reid, l^ura Daniels, Ann Stephenson, Judy Keebauph. Bark
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164 STUDENT LIFE



The Many Phases of
Coach Cole




STUDENT LIFE 165



Inter-Organizational
Council

The presidents of all campus clubs form the Inter-Organizational Council. The Coun-
cil's function is to aid in solving any club problems and to coordinate all club activities.



From Irfl to rliiM, first row: Marion Reid, Judy Itatti-ii, Carclvri Murray, Marv Kli/.aln-tli .Tones, Carol Woods, Su
ISrock, Nancy U-wis. fieroml row: John Collingwood, Don fhaniv, .Miki' D.uiirls, Eugene Batten, Dan Goodwin, Dea
.Majette, Max Adams, President. Third row: Bob Settle, Gerald Cuudill, Don C'room, David Reynolds, Chris Mays, Da
Howell.



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166 ORGANIZATIONS



Young Republicans

The Young Republicans consist of students who are interested in the welfare
of our nation and world. The club is concerned with party problems and contro-
versial topics of our society-




Don Croom, President; Wells Morrison, Fred Johnon, Sammy King, Mike Gay, Jim Cornwell, Neil Col-
lins, Robert Nagle, Max Adams, Bruce Barret, Colin Gibb, Ed Miller, Robert Foster, Art Rouse, Jay
Wilkins, Sean Connerly.



Young
Democrats



The Young Democrats offer
interested students an oppor-
tunity to become involved in
politics and government. The
club sponsors campaigns,
speakers, and mock elections
throughout the year.



From left to right: Rick .Matthews,
Charles Malone, The Honorable "Wal-
ter B. .Tones, Dan Godwin, President;
Tazwell Eure, Dawn Miller, Patsy
DeVane, Eddie Miller.




ORGANIZATIONS 167



Pi Epsilon Mu



The Pi Epsilon Mu encourages greater social and professional cooperation anions
cation and recreation majors, faculty, and alumni.



health, physical edu-




Fimt row: Charles Corbett, Ann
Stevens, Pam Hubbard. Second r
Preston, Jimmy Capps.



Coach Hood, Bil



iingway, Mehtdit
Harpootlian, Sand,



n Strickland, Regina Odom, ,Jane Orr, Barbara
Dupree .McKenzie, David Elliott, Doug Tart, Jimmy



The

Varsity

Club

The A'arsity Club consists
of athletes who have won a
letter in varsity sport at
Campbell. The club encour-
ages progress and participa-
tion in the athletic program.



F!r:il row: Gene McCracken, Gary
Woodword, Bill Young, Dennis Moody.
Second row: Craig Johnson, Allen
McHne, Bruce Chambers, Andy .\sh-
lev. Bill Pullium.



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From left la rwhl. first rf.zc: Miriam Strickland, Marv West, Sherry Droop. Second rou<: Barbara Stevens, Cathy Dabbs,
Ada Thigpen, Darlenc Cash. Third row: Regina Odom, Sandy Reynolds, Judy Welch, Barbara Currie.



Intramural Council

The Intramural Councils consist of representatives from those campus residences which
participate in competition during the year. The Councils assume the responsibility of rules
and regulations and standards of the intramural program.




From left to right, first row: David Hutson, Jim Buckman, Ronnie Jenkins, Donnie Duty, Steve Williams, Jim Marrow,
Woody Jarrell, Dennis Hayes, Owen Ethridge, Ike Godfrey, Robert Meissner, Al Lewis, Bob Morris, David Lowe. Sec-
ond raw: Coach Brown, Tom Evans, Ford BufFaloe.



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ORGANIZATIONS 169



Fellowship of Christian Athletes

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is composed of those who are concerned for the
youth of the nation. Thev use their athletic talents and knowledge to present a Christian way
of life in the communitv-




From lift to rUiht, first row: Mike Wcatherbee, Darryl Rettip, Coach George Wood, Hill Pulliam, President; Greg
Thomas, David Powell. Second row: Rob Fitzgerald, Ward Miller, Doug Cowin, Darryl Reardon, Bob Windsor, Joe
Weaver.




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From trft to riiiht: ll.iider Vamav. Kua-Anan Paehimsawat, Karid D/in.shvar, Massoud Parviz, Takao .Sato
Farhad .Mo.-.birzadeh, Piua Chvdasring, .loseph .\bdallab, .losepb Nasr, .lanishid .fafari, Tayinoor Take-sh, Cyru:
Izadkhast.



170 ORGANIZATIONS



Order of the Clasp



This club is composed of
participants in Campbell's
Latin America Studies Pro-
gram, a summer travel-study
program. The group's pur-
pose is to promote communi-
cation, understanding, and
appreciation between coun-
tries of the Western Hemis-
phere.



From left to right, first row.
Charles Bradshaw, Ukrit Pach-
imsawat, Joe Burns, Dick Le
Grande, AI Lewis, John Foun-
tain. Second row: Dr. Cock-
burn, Advisor; Edna Cockburn,
Jo Ann Godfrey, Repina Dor-
man, Edna Lee, Barbara Wil-
der, Elaine Stenson, Andy Long.
Not pictured: Tom Landon,
Mike McCorkle, Warren Smith,
Kirk Wayne.





Beta
Alpha



From left to right, first row:
Debbie Barbary, Bonnie Strick-
land, Hope Brinkley, Gladys
Harris. Second ro^-: Barbara
Wilder, Joyce Dakin, Freda
Houser, Carolyn Murray, presi-
dent; Candance Batten.



Campbell's Beta Alpha
chapter of Gamma Sigma
Sigma seeks to promote
leadership and interest in
affairs both national and lo-
cal, and to build friendship
among its members.



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ORGANIZATIONS 171



National Alumni Council
1969-1970




From left to riffht, first row: Lars Bostrom '65, H. P. Perry, '35, Chairman: Mrs. H. P. Perrv, Robert Bunn '67, Mrs. David Bult, Mrs.
Danny Highsmith. Second row: Ronald Perry '68, Granville Ryals '4.7, Mrs. E. H. Lasater, Sr. '12, Mrs. Mac Satterwhite '20, Arch E. Lynch
■50, Danny Highsmith '65, Tom Wood '63. Third row: Drew Willis '6S, Bruce Beasley '66, Mrs. M. B. Matthews '65, Miss Rebecca Maness
'■1'2, David C. Bult '65, Director of Alumni Affairs. Fourth row: James Faison '+9, Miss Dorothea Stewart 'i6, Mrs. W. A. Johnson '45,
Frank Mastcn '13.




Student
Wives



The Student Wives have one
goal in common: getting their
husbands through school. They
sponsor various social activities
and award a scholarship each
year.



From lift to ririht : Jenny Hester,
Cynthia Bell, Donna Boykin, Paul^
Gurkin, Tommi Freeman, Nancy Fas-
anella, Joyce Perry.



172 ORGANIZATIONS



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From left to right, first ram: Dwan Cockes, Ossie Crabtrcc, M.primi l(. i,l, Cwillii,, Klliv, I'.lj .Sr,,ll, K ly Worley, Bobby Jones, Mr. Piper,
Director. Second ro-w: Cynthia Grumpier, Barbara Strickland, Sharon Tiiwnshcnd, Betsy Jones, Barbara High, Phyllis Morris, Barbara
Burnett, Judy McLamb, Roger Stanley. Third row: Jimmy Capps, Bob Bvrd, Wayne Underwood, Ron Tyndale, Tom Dickens, Paul Boyer,
Roger Coats, Bill Atkinson, Bill Marks, Bill Godley. Fourth row: Don Minnis, Ed Craven, Herbie Pettway, Barney Sheffield, Eddie Wel-
borne, Boh Collins, Robbie Parker, Ronald Smith, Tom Gilman, Bruce Stewart.



Chapel Choirs



In addition to providing appropriate music for Chapel Services on campus. Campbell College's two Chapel Choirs have
performed in special programs with the Symphonic Band and Touring Choir and have provided many of our students with
valuable musical experiences.



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174 ORGANIZATIONS



Fnim left to
Hetty .loe H
Ken William



Wolf. Fourth



r. Piper, Debbie Wbaley, Ann Joyner, Dorothy Burroughs, Frances Keith, Carolyn Malpa.ss, Laura Harris,

n, Hilda Oldham. Srrvmi row: Mike Cats, Brad Fairdoth, Ginny Hoilins, Millie C^shwell, Darlene Cash,

aic Thistleton. Third rint': Richard Stimer, Jerry Fairclotb, Don Taduni, Chris Dunn, Walter Smith, Roger

rim Sutten, Glen Starling, Dcjn Sl.Onge, Robbie Mcljindj. W.iync Gill, Charles Robertson, Barry Pierce.



Chamber Choir



The Chamber Choir, under the direction of Mr. Robert Piper, concentrates on reading, learn-
ing, and performing music suitable for a small ensemble. Its repertoire includes compositions from
all periods of music history, both sacred and secular, "a cappella" and accompanied.



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From left to n„ht. firH ro^-: Debbie Whaley, Susan Godly, Camille Dixon, Debbie Rogers Barbara Bradsher
Mr Robert Piper, Director. Second row: Ann Joyner, Barbara Striclcland, Barbara High, GmnyHollms, Betty
Jo HamilHiidr Oldham, Beth Pierce. Third raw: Wayne Underwood, Glenn Starling, Rom Dickens, Barry
Pearce, Neil Collins, Roger Stanley.



Girls Ensemble




From h
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Directo



it to right, first row: Alice Parsons, Becky Collins, Alice Shearin, Merlyn Newcomb Mona Rogers, Pan.
n Second tL: Pat Dates, Paula Canady, Ada Thigpen, Paulette Poteat, Judy L.ndsey, Betha Ward,

r, Mrs. Margaret Simmons.



ORGANIZATIONS 175



Touring Choir

The Campbell College Touring Choir is composed of students who are dedicated to the mnsip tl,ev =ir, it a .,
d.rect.on of Dr. Paul Yoder. the choir provides opportunities for travel and fellowship ' ^^ ^'"^" ""=




Wo^^i/^/^n; ^wsfjud;Tnds"^ev Ele;.Gi^^^^^^ '^T"', •),'■-/»-"". Alice Parsons, Nancy Watson. Sheryl

Sally Simmons, SandrrOwens Kay wXter rA;f7™l ^^"''■'"' ^"^'"'^- ^'"da Fowler, Pam Herndon,

lyn Newcomb, Dave LvrryW'esLy Smith MWe nTnnan^ 7„ wl ' « '^''^'"■"' '"f"?'' '^"^""^ ^^"dy Weaver, Pat Oakes, Maril

Dickie Sistrun'k, Charle: SdnerGratamLe^1^"rvBo,torG^^ ^""^ '^"'^ ^""' ■""' ""^dgecock, Lesley Sullivan,



7%^ Lyricists

A creative writers group who focus
on free expression in their material. It
usually includes the work of both fac-
ulty and students.





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176 ORGANIZATIONS



The

Paul Greene

Society



Named in honor of a distinguished
Campbell alumnus, this society provides
students interested in drama a frater-
nity which promotes drama at the col-
lege and surrounding areas through
workshops, special services, original
drama, and dramatic festivals.



From left to right: Franltie Harringto
Marli Williams, Tripp May, Marian Horto
Mr. Rod Skaggs, John Wooten, Don Moi
shegian, Nancy Lewis, President.




Concert Band



The Concert Band is comprised of students from varioas fields of study. Under the direction of Mr. Charles Gatch,
the band performs in both a formal and informal nature. They provide a boost to athletic feats and entertainment for
special campus activities.




Flutes: Sandra Sargent, Marslia Young. Bassoon: Val T^yd. Oboe: Wally Dixon. Eb Clarmet: Kathy Goff. Bb Clarmet: Alston Skyes,
Mardonna Llewellyn, Bob Nery, Rick Saunders, Larry Freeman, Phyliss Hall, Tim Holland, Marion Kay Smith, Ruth Bryant. Eb Alto
Clarinet- Linda Watson. Bb Bass Clarinet: Ann Lester. Contra Bass Clarinet: Marvin Johnson, Mike Weatherford. Saxophones :Bohhy
Hood, Robert Bass, Kenney Carter, George Cooper. Trumpets: Mike Foxworth, Jim Goodyear, Dan Mmnis, Langton Owen, Ihomas
Meares, Charles Aycock, Henry Willis, Mike Woodard. French Horns: Joe Edwards, Clay Smith, Lewis Fields, Fred Johnson, Hon
Tvndall Trombones- Bob Settle, Danny O'Brian, Mark Queensberry, Paul Dewberry, Tommy O'Briant. Baritones: Steve Carroll, Allen
Edens, John Larew. Tubas: Allen Riggin, Harry Smith, Steve Link, Bill Sundholm. Percussion: Collins Canady, John Clements, Donald
Humphries, Carlton Pernell, Jackie Wharton, Ray Campbell, Mike Grigg.



ORGANIZATIONS 177



Creek Pebbles





Sue Brock: Editor



Bonnie Dumus: Reporie



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178 ORGANIZATIONS



Mike Butters: Entertainment Editor



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Mr. Ralph Delano: Advisor





Tommy Creech:
Sports Editor



les Robertson;
usint'ss Manager



Bobby WiUiford: Stajf Photograph,
Patsv DeVane: News Editor




Pat Holmes; Sports Publicity ^

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ORGANIZATIONS 179




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The P me Burr





Business Manager
Lin Peacock




Faculty and Staff Editor: SI;
Assistant: John Collingwood.



Class Editor: Laura Daniels
Assistant: Theresa Dixon.



ORGANIZATIONS 181




Sports E.litor: GoiK- MiCra.k,-
Assistant: Pete Ahliott.







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182 ORGANIZATIONS



I'eatlin-s Kditnr: Svlvia Reitll.
Assistant: Marion "Ueiil,




Sports Staff: Wayne Myrick.










Staff: Ginny H(i
Gary Hudson.




Advisors: Mrs. Edith Frcv .irid Mr. Jerry Jackson.





Organizations Editor: Marian Kay Smith.
Assistant: Mike Calwell.




Student Life Editor: Lavella Register.
Assistant: Connie Casey.



Staff heads: Dean Majette, Judy Keebaugh, and
Lin Peacock.



ORGANIZATIONS 183



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NicKV L. Lanc/
1918-1969



Miss Ada ^Iack Ovkkhv
1893-1970



Ml!, p. Skntki.le Jon
1903-1969



Mr. Roy R. Lewis
1929-1969



Mrs. Wai.ter J. Wiggixs
1895-1969



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CLASSES



Seniors




From left: Sheryl Jenkins, Doug-las Carter, Michael Hood.



Senior Class Officers



President

Douglas Wayne Carter

Vice-President

Michael Glenn Hood

Secretary-Treasurer

Vivian Shervl Jenkins




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Class of 1970





PAUL FRANKLIN ABBOTT
Henderson, N. C.

B.S., Social Science
Louisburg College 1, 2; Social
Science Club 3, 4; Intramurals
3, 4; Pine Btoe 4.



JOHNNIE MAX ADAMS
Raleigh, N. C. B.A., History

Campbell Players 1; Young Re-
publican Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 2, President 4; Social Sci-
ence Club 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3;
Hall Council 3; Proctor 4; Vice-
President of S.G.A. 4; Cbairman
of Lecture Series 4.



JOSEPH KIRK ADAMS

Angier, N. C.



SANDRA COATS ADAMS
Angier, N. C.

B.S., Social Science
House Council 2, 3.




TERRY ZANE ADAMS
Fayetteville, N. C.

B.S., Business Allminuitrnti,



RONALD THOMAS ADCOCK WAYNE SMITH AINSLEY

Roxboro, N. C. B.A., English Camden, S. C.

B.S., Social Science




ABDULJABAR ALHUJAZI
Arlington, Va.

B.S., Social Scienf



LEAMAN H. ALLEN, JR. NETA L. BYRD ALLEN CAROLYN H. ALPHIN

Pantego, N. C. B.S., Biology Benson, N. C. B.A., English Dunn, N. C.

Creek Pebbles Staff 2, 3, Reporter B.S., Elementary Education

2, Editorial Assistant 3; Dean's
List 3.



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The Seniors Thoughtfully Review Their





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GEORGE RONA ALTHIZER
Buie's Creek, N'. C.

B.A., EnirIM



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CLYDE SID ALTUM
Favetteville, N. C.

B.S., Business Adminiatralion
University of Florida 1, 2; Alpha
Phi Omega Service Fraternity
3, 4; Dean's List 3.




HARRY DAVID AMSLER, III
West Chester, Pa.

B.S., Health and Phyaieal Ed.
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 3,
Co-Captain 4, All-District 1, 2, 3,
4, All-South 1, 3, 4, Most Valu-
able Player 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1;
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity
Club 4; Pi Epsilon Mu 4; Dean's
List 3.




ROBERT KNOX ARDISOV





ANDREW WHITE ASHLEY

Durham, N. C.

B.S., Health and Physical Ed.



PATRICIA JEAN AUSLEY

Fuquay-Varina, N. C.

B.S., Elementary Education
Dean's List 1 ; House Council 3.




JESSE GRAY BALDWIN
Raleigh, N. C.

B.S., Social Science




CAROLYN SUE BARBOUR
Benson, N. C.

B.S., Elementary Education
Dean's List 3, 4; SNEA 1, S, 4.



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DARIA URANNAN BARHAM
Wake Forest, N. C.

B.S., Elementarg EducatUm



ROBERT T. BARNES, JR.
Oxford, N. C.

B.S., Social Science
Class Vice-President 1, 2, 3; Span-
ish Club 1; Social Science Club
1, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4j Stage
Band 1, 2, 3; Track 1; House
Council 2, 3; Dean's List 3; Secre-
tary-Treasurer of Men's Execu-
tive Council 4; Dormitory Vice-
President 4: Who'.i Who 4.



WILLIAM R. BARNES
Hopewell, Va. B.S., BMogy



Calendar of Past Events





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BRUCE T. BARRETT, JR.
New Bern, N. C. B.S., HMory
Lenoir County Community Col-
lege 1, 2; French Club 2; Social
Science Club 4; Young Republi-
cans Club 4.



GUILFORD WILSON BASS
Wilmington, N. C.

B.S., Psychology
Campbell College Band 1, 2;
Chorus 1 ; Psychology Club 4.



WILLIAM M. BATES, JR.
Dunn, N. C. B.S., Religion

Brush & Palette Club 1, 2.




LELAND EUGENE BATTEN
Micro, N. C. B.S., Oeology

Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Order of
the Tartan 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 3. President 4; Inter-Or-
ganizational Council 4; Hard-
rocks 3, 4; Rock Crusher 4;
Campbell College Presidential
Board of Advisors 4.





GEORGE RONNIE BATTS

Warsaw, N. C.

B.S., Health and Physical Ed.



RUSSELL E. BEABOUT
Buie's Creek, N. C.

B.S., Bi^ne.



JEAN SIMPSON BEAL
Angicr, N. C. B.A., Engliih



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WALTER RONALD BEAL

Lillington, N. C.

B.S., Biisiness Administration
Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4; President's
List 3, 4; Epsilon Pi Eta 2, 3, 4.




ANDREA LEA BEAMON
Goldsboro, N. C.

B.A., English
BSU 1; Religious Education
Club 2, 3, 4; YWA's 2, 3; Pub-
licity Chairman, House Council
3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Dormitory
Director 3.




HENRY C. BEAVERS
ie's Creek, N. C.

B.S., Chemistry
Chemical Society 3, 4,
-President 4, Secretary-Trca-
r 3; Proctor 4; Dean's List



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GEORGE GREGORY BECK
Hertford, N. C.

B.S., Pre-Medical Technology
Chowan Collegt 1, 2; Atlantic
Christian College 3; Intramurals
3, 4; ASMT 4.



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Registration . . . New Courses . . . Old Friends . . ,




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ROBERT LEAVERN BELL FRANK LACKEY BELOTE LAURA LEE BILLINGS LARRY JAMES BLACK

Ocean Drive, S. C. Dunn, N. C. B.S., History Lexington, N. C. Sanford, N. C. B.A., English

U.S., Business Administrati&n B.S., Psychology Winpate Junior College 1 2.

Louisburg College 1 ; Davidson
County Community College 2; Psi
Cam 3, 4-, Secretary 4.





VIRGINIA DEA BOBBITT
B.S., Elementary Education



JOHN CLIFTON BONEY
amlet, N. C. B.S., Bu-fmf.



JANE CAROL BOONE
Butner, N. C.

B.S., Home Economics
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, +;
SNEA 4; House Council 4.





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ROBERT EUGENE BOONE
Raleigh, N. C. B.S., Business



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SARAH E. BOULDIN
Buies Creek, N. C.

B.A., English
Creek Pebbles 3, 4, Reporter,
Feature Editor 3, News Editor 3,
Managing Editor 4; Dean's List
1, 2, 3, 4; President's List; Epsi-
lon Pi Eta 3, 4; Campbell Players
3.



GENE LOGAN BOWMAN
Winston-Salem, N. C.

B.S., Business



MARIE Wlirri'LE BOWMAN
Mount Airy, N. C.

B.S., Home Economics
Intramurals 1, 2; Young Wom-
an's Auxiliary 2; Walker Group
2; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4,
Vice-President 4.



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ROBERT ARNOLD BOYD



B.S., Health and Phi/s!cal Ed.



DORIS ELAINE BRACEY
Mt. Olive, N. C. B.S., French



SANDRA RAYE BREWER

Winston-Salem, N. C.

B.S., Elementary EducalUm




ALICE E. BRIGHT

Newjjort News, Va.

B.S., Social Scii
Marv Washington College 1,
Terrapins 2; SNEA I, 2; Yo
Republicans 2.




MARSHALL K. BRITTLE
Walsefleld, Va. B.S., Oeulonil



THOMAS M. BROADWELL



Intramurals 1, 2; Campbell Col-
lege Band; UNC-CH 1; Bird
Watchers Club; Walker Group;
Order of the Tartan 3.



RICHARD G. BROOKSHIRE
Lenoir, N. C. B.S., Math





ALPHEUS LEO BROWN DON BAXTER BROWN

Suffolk, Va. B.S., Chemhtrn Dunn, N. C. B.S., Social Scien




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DOUGLAS SHEET'/, BROWN .lAMES ELBERT BROWN

Largo, Fla. B.S., Business Wilmington, N. C.

Campbell College Band 3, 4, Vice- U.S., Bminesi

President +; Intramurals 2, 3.



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Campaigns . . . Elections . . .



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SHERWOOD BROWN
Selma, N. C. B.S., Mathemalics
Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Epsilon Pi
Eta 3; Proctors, 4.




WANDA ELAINE DRYAN
Broadwav, N. C.

B.S., Home Economics
Wingate Junior College 1, 2;
Home Economics Club 4; Intra-
murals 4; College Life Club 4.







WILLIAM E. BUBSEY CAROL WH.LETT BUCK

Urecksville, Ohio Ciloucester Point, Va.

B.A., Philosophy U.S., Elementary Edttcatio

William & Marv College I, 2, 3; House Council 3, 4; SNEA 4.
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FORD MONROE BUFFALOE
Roanoke Rapids, N. C.

B.S., Health and Physical Ed.



LANIER D. BUFORD, JR.



Alexandria, Va




ELSIE I.ANGSTON BUGG



olugy Bojdton, \'a. B.A., English

Paul Green Society 3, 4; Best
Actress 2; Lyricists I, 2, 3, 4,
Editor of Lyricists 4; Social Sci-
ence Club 3; B.S.U. 1, 2.





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GHl'.GORV I'. BULLA
Saxapahaw, N. C. B.S,, liiisin



JAMES DONA BUMGARNER GAIL ING1,E BUKNEri'E RICHARD M. BURNETTE

Wilkesboro, N. C. B.S., Belig'um Sanford, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C.

B.S., Elementary Education B.S., Business

University of Tennessee 1, 2. Intranmrals I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's

List 2: House Council 3.



Extracurricular Activities




DOROTHY F. BURROUGHS
Conway, S. C. B.A., Music



HENRY WOODSON BURRUS
Boonville, N. C. B.S., Business



MARTHA LOUISE BURT
Fuquay-Varina, N. C.

B.S., Hmne Economics
Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 4; House Council 3.



ELLA NORA BUTLER
Dunn, N. C.

B.S., Reliyio-us Education
Religious Education Club 1, 2, 3,
4; House Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 2; Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4.





LINDA SUE BUTLER
Dublin, N. C.

B.S., Elementary Education
SNEA 2, 3, 4; EKNE 3, 4; Beta
Alpha 3, 4; President's Honor
Roll 3.



JACK SOTHORON BYRD
Erwin, N. C. B.S., Mathematics
Spanish Club I; SNEA 2, 3, 4;
Order of Tartans 2, 3, 4; Dean's
List 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3;
Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 4.



ROY PARRISH BYRD, JR.
Chatham, Va. B.S., Business





BETTY THOMAS CAMERON
Sanford, N. C. B.S., Business



CHERYL T. CAMERON
Broadway, N. C.

B.S., Elementary Education
Methodist College 1; Dean's List
1, 2,3; SNEA 4; NSTA 4.




SARA K. CAMPBELL

tiford, N. C.

B.S., Elementary Educatum
an's List 2, 3, 4: SNEA 4.




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PAULA FAYE CANADAY
Four Oaks, N. C.

B.S., Elementary Education
University of N. C. at Greens-
boro 2; SNEA I, 3, 4; House
Council 1 ; Dormitory Vice-Presi-
dent 4; Collegiate Choir 1; Tour-
ing Choir 4; B.S.U. 1, 3, 4.

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EDNA WILLIS CANADY BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WILLIA
Tar Heel, N. C. CARRAWAY, JR. Lillington
B.S., Elementary Educalwn Fountain, N. C. B.S., Business


M DWIGHT CARSON DOUGLAS WAYNE CARTER
, N. C. B.S., Business Southmont, N. C.

B.S., Social Science


N. C. Wesleyan College 1, 2; East Carolina Univ
SNEA 4; Chapel Choir 3; Intra- representative 2; ]
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Campbell Play- 2, 3, +; Spanish
ers 3, 4. Lambda Chi Alpha
publicans Club.


•ersity 1; SGA

[ntramurals 1,

Club 1, 2;

1 ; Young Re-




BSU 1; Intramurals 1, 2; SGA
Representative 3; Social Science
Club 3, 4; SNEA 3, 4; Young
Democrats Club 4; President of
Senior Class.


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RICHARD STORY CARTER


WAYNE EUGENE CARTER


MILDRED C. CASHWELL


Whaleyville, Va.

B.S., Business Ailmini. - lralion


Danville, Va. B.S., Biw






Beaufort, N. C.

B.S., Home Economu-i






JOHN V. CASSIDY
Philadelphia, Pa. B.S., Biui,



SUZANNE LOUISE CAWL
Raleigh, N. C.

B.S., Ilunincss Administration
Meredith College 1 ; Philaretian
Society 1 ; Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4,
Vice-President 4.



ELIZABETH L. CHAMBLIN
Greenville S. C. B.A., French
Furman I'niversity 2; SNEA 3.



HELEN BUREN CHERRY
Nashville, N. C.

B.S., Elementarn Education
Vardell Hall Junior College 1, 2;
Secretary of Sophomore Class 2;
Intramurals 3; SNEA 4.



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LKONIDAS M. CHESTNUT
liu.uiukf Rapids, N. C.

B.S., Social Science
Canterbury Club 1, 2, Vice-Presi-
dent and President 1 ; Allegro
Club 1, 2; Campbell College Con-
cert and Stage Bands 1, 2, 3;
Young Democrats 2; Social Sci-
ence Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President
3; Spanish Club 2; House Coun-
cil 3.



KENNKTH G. CHILDERS
Zebulon, N. C. B.S., ReKgion



MARGOT ELAINE
Henderson, N. C.

B.S., Soc



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al Science




H.A., i:n<llij<h




EDITH CLYDE COGGIN
Castalia, N. C.

B.A., Social Science
Social Science Club 3, i. Secre-
tary 4; Intramurals 2, 3; House
Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President
of Dormitory 2, President 3;
SNEA 4.





AVINELLE P. COLLIER
Whiteville, N. C.

B.S., Mathematics
Vardell Hall I; YWA's 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 2, President 3; Chapel
Choir 2; Intramurals 3; Math
Club 3, 4; Reporter 3; SNEA
3, 4; House Council 3, 4.



JOHN T. COLLIE, JR.

nniston, Va.

B.S., Elementary Educat




DANIEL WAYNE COLLINS
Buie's Creek, N. C.



NEIL C. COLLINS
Maxton, N. C. B.S., History

House Council 3; Intramurals 1,
2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4;
Young Republican Chib 4; Social
Science Club 3, 4; Tartan Club


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