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STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE NEWS LETTER
CAMPUS CLUBS PREPARE
FOR NEW YEAR
The following clubs on the campus,
in making plans for the academic
year 1952-53, have elected the fol
Be Natural — President, Mazor
Slade; vice president, Dollie Best; sec
retary, Maurice Freeman; assistant
secretary, Naomi Close; treasurer,
Sigma Rho Sigma — President, Gil
bert Cradle; first vice president, Earl
Thomas; second vice president, Elaine
Davis; secretary. Rose Ebron; assis
tant secretary. Sawyer Holley; treas
urer, Elsie Miller; chaplain, Roland
Choir — President, Roland Bowser;
secretary, Evelyn Dillard; assistant
secretary, Johnnie Holloway; treasur
er, Mary Roberts; librarian, Johnny
Thalia Sororis — President, Doris
Flood; vice president. Leal Joyner; sec
retary, Elizabeth Taylor; assistant sec
retary, Ernestine Davis; treasurer,
Sigma Delta Omega —- President,
Esmeralda Forbes; vice president, Er
nestine Garner; secretary, Lizzie
Leathers; treasurer, Audrey Hailes.
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Cadace Christine Holloman
John William Jackson
Mary Elliott James
Pauline Angeline James
Ruth Vashti Jenkins
Bernice Elliott Jerald
Gwendolyn Gertrude Johnson
Annie Basnight Jones
Ruth Louise Jones
Willie Rudolph Lamb
James Rudolph us Lowry
Audrey Larker Mack
Florence Elaine Massenburg
Frances Ann Meekins
Beatric McConnal Mercer
Mae Rena Moore
Pearlena Bellmon Moore
Earle Cleaves Mosely
Mary Ellen Murray
Dorothy Boyd Nobles
Elouise Sandra Oliver
Lottie Ores Parks
Shirley Theresa Patterson
Ruby Ruth Poole
Alice Gore Price
William Ransom Price
Izetta Bowser Redmon
Mary Cuffee Reid
Irabell Bruce Riddick
Mattie Wiggins Riddick
Pauline Rascoe Roberts
Thomas Leotha Roberts
Cora Mae Rucker
Margie Erline Trafton
Luther Hiawatha Trotter
Loela Beatrice Turner
Gladys Kee Vaughan
Reval Bryant Wheeler
William Ernelle White
Linnie Clark Williams
Lenora Sylvestra Wimberly
Bessie Favola Wood
Irene Newsome Yeates
Edna Spellman Zachary
Cpl. Paul L. Pruden, U.S.A., of Norfolk, Virginia, an ex-editor of the
NEWS-LETTER has recently returned from Korea after many months
of combat duty. “Barrel”, as he was widely known, left many friends
here and we hope he can return soon to complete his education. He is
now stationed in the First Army District.
Sarah Marie Pelham of Rich
Square, North Carolina
Honor Graduate of the Class
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tary School, Jarratt, Va.
Byrtle H. Mitchell, Zehulon Train
ing School, Zebulon.
Mary Hill McKinnon, Martin Counh
Elizabeth E. Moore, Cook County
Training School, Adel, Georgia.
Elsie Moore, Alabama.
Thelma Outlaw, Branch Junior
High School, Albertson.
Hazel Parham, Pattillo High School
Vivianna Parker, Nash County Train-
ing School, Nashville.
Annie Arnola Paterson, Severn
Craied School, Severn.
Sterling Perry, Riley Hill School.
Elizabeth Peterson, Newsoms, Vir
Ernest William Pitts, R. L. Vann
High School, Ahoskie.
Samuel Poole, Pasquotank Consol
idated School, Elizabeth City.
Willie G. Poole, Industrial School
ior Girls, Columbia, S. C.
Lois C. Rainey, Carver Hill School,
-lillers Village, Virginia.
Mary Virginia Rawls, Isle of Wight
Training School, Smithfield, Va.
Eva Belle Reddrick, Providence
High School, Temple, Georgia.
Roxie Russell, Consolidated School,
Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Bertha Mae Sampson, Kerr Elemen
tary School, Ivanhoe.
Eddie Smith, Pitt County.
Rosa B. Spellman, Gretna, Vir
Eula Elliott Sykes, Godette Ele
mentary School, Graven County.
Luna J. Trotman, South Hill High
School, South Norfolk, Va.
Mildred R. Wade, Creecy High
School, Rich Square.
Erma L. Ward, Bar Camp School,
Willie Weeks, Everetts Colored
Lillie S. White, Carroll County,
Carrie Dell Williams, Dames Quar
ter School, Dames Quarter, Mary
Velma Williams, Northampton
Vivian Hill Williams, Brawley High
School, Scotland Neck.
Esther M. Wilson, Etheridge High
Those who completed their college
work since last May and will receive
the degree this May and have re
ported having taught during this year
are the following:
Mary Ruth Harker, Carteret Coun
Ruby R. Poole, Magnolia High
Frances Ann Meekins, Simms High
School, Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Marjorie Pailin Holley, Everetts
Colored School, Everetts.
Martha E. Booker, Warren Count)
Training School, Wise.
Louvenia Swain, Crawfordsville,
Camilla Gormandy, Norfolk, Vir
Audrey P. Mack, Gethsemane High
Known to be in military service are
William Price, William Boney, Thom
as Lassiter, James Scott and Daniel