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Published Monthly by
State Teachers ( oIle;fe Xews Press C'luh
Elizabeth City, North Carolina
STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE NEWS LETTER
‘Crowning of Miss S. T. C.’
Editor-in-Chief Eunice Alston
Associate Editor James Allen
Associate Editor Sterling Ferry
Cartoonist Wiley Neal
Photographer Lloyd Sykes
Sports Editor Jesse Clay
Exchange Editor Elizabeth Moore
Reporters Floretta Boone
Proof Readers Mildred Stevenson
Advisor Mary E. Alston
The Netv Look
As the v/omen add the “new
look” to thejr wearing apparel for
spring and summer for 1948, we
too can find several contributing
factors that add to the “new look”
of our carapus and institution.
In recognition of these factors,
I feel that first we should consider
the “A” Rating received by our
college recently. This contributes
to 'the educational “new look” of
The second contribution to the
“new looV:” js the beautifying of
our halls with the new linoleum.
This addition helps to add the
“new look'’ and make attractive
our Admini.s'tration Building.
We almost must consider the
efficiency of our administrative
staff as one of the “new look”
contributions. As w elook around
we can see the new additions to
our staff as well as the Ph.D’s and
prospective Ph.D’s, that help one
to recogiiize the “new look” in
the efficiency in our Administra
Another contribution is the new
system of registration that has
been introduced to make regjstra-
• tion easier and a better time-sav-
ing device both for the adminis
tration and th^ students.
There is certainty no sign
around our campl5s that. the edu
cational “new look” will be as
ephemeral as the “new look” in
Wiley Neal ’49
Thirty Seven On
Dean’s Honor Roll
Six Hiindred Students
(Continued From Page One)
can History: C. S. Brown High,
P. W. Moore High, Perquimans
County Training School. Algebra:
W. C. Chance High, T. S. Cooper
High and Currituck County Train
ing School Lied for the second
place. Geometry: P. W. Moore
High, R. L. Vann High, T. S.
French: C. S. Brown High
School, P. W. Moore High, R. L.
Vann High. Current Events; P. W.
Moore .High, Currituck County
Training School, Perquimans Coun
ty Training School. Arithmetic: C.
S. Brown High. R. L. Vann Hjgh,
W. C. Chance High. Composition
and Grammar; R. L. Vann High,
C. S. Brown High, W. C. Chance.
Agriculture: C. S. Brown High,
Perquimans County Training
School, R. L. Vann High School.
Biology; C. S. Brown High School,
W. C. Chance High, Perquimans
County Training School. Litera
ture: P. W’. Moore High, T. S.
Cooper High, R. L. Vann High.
American Government: C. S.
Brown High, P. W. Moore High,
T. S. Cooper High School. |
Reading left to right: Alexander Davis, Eunice Alston. Ruth
Frinks, Muriel Newkirk, “Miss S. T. C.,” John Clark, Edith Powell
and Wilbert Todd.
Miss Annie V. Smith and the
students taking Home Economics
presented a very beautiful fashion
show, “Around the Clock.” The
participants modeled sport wear,
afternoon dresses, evenjng dresses,
inforrrial and formal attire.
The annual crowning of “Mips
S.T.C.” was elaborately displayed
in the auditorium April, 1948.
Miss Muriel Newkirk, a senior
of Wilmington, N. C. was chosen
by the student body to assume the
title of our schol. Mrs. Ruth
Frinks performed the crowning
and the two runner-ups. Miss
Eunice Alston and Miss Edith
Powell, served as attendants.
Along with the stage decora
tion, twenty of our most charm
ing young ladies gorgeously dress
ed in a multitude of subdue color
ed evening dresses, served as a
background for the occasion.
(Continued From Page One)
Health, 313 — Principles of
Health and Physical Education.
323—Materials and Me-
The Williamston High School
Glee Club from Wilmington. North
Carolina gave a concert in Moore
Auditorium April 8. For one hour,
we were entertained by their su
perb rendition of both classical
and spiritual selections.
Health, 333—Community Health.
Hist., sllO—American History.
Home Ec., 123—Sewing.
Home Ec., 133—Nutrition.
Phy. Ed., 333—Material and
Methods in Phy. Ed.
Biol., 88x — Biology (Plants)
Biol., 84x—Biology (Animals)
Econ., 223- -Rural Economics.
Educ., cll2—Philosophy of Edu
Educ. sll6- -Principles of Guid- I
Educ., 333— Tests and Measure- ^
Educ., sl30—Methods in Science.
Thirty seven students of the
Elizabeth City State Teachers Col
lege made the Dean’s Honor Roll
: for the Winter Quarter jus't clos
ed, according to information re
leased by Dean Wendell P. Jones.
In order to be placed on the Dean's
Honor Roll a student must main
tain an average of “B” or better in
the work of the quarter.
Two senior s‘i;udents, Miss Ruth
W. Brown of Wilmington and Miss
Elizabeth Ransom of Garysburg
made the coveted “A” Honor Roll
with grades of “A” in all courses
taken during the quarter. Those
on the “B” Honor Roll are:
Muriel Newkirk, Wilmington;
Dollie Willie, Suffolk, Va.; Blanche
Felton, Elizabeth City; Ellen Stev
enson, Portsmouth, Va.; Mildred
Boyd, Chapel Hill; Eunice Alston,
Wake Forest; Mattie Wilson, Prin
cess Anne, Va.; Elizabeth Daugh
erty, Dover; Helen Kearney, War-
renton; Dorothy Smith, Maple.
Vivian Spence, Snowden; Wiley
Neal, Louisburg: Inez Manning,
Ahoskie; Alexander Davis, Gas
tonia; Celestine Scott, Ahoskie;
Geneva McNair, Plymouth; Mattie
H. Smith, Timberlake; Agnes Ben
nett, Edenton; Roberta Moore,
Blount’s Creek; David Grier, Char
lotte, Arcenia Y. Hines, Rocky
Mount; Percy Daniels, Greenville.
Carole Ann Williams, Aurora;
Mary P. Hill, Williamston; Mattie
Baker, Sunbury; Sylvania Cheek,
Siler City; Herbert Henry, Dur
Vivian Williams, Elizabeth City;
Helen Armstrong, Elizabeth City;
Evelyn Hodge, Plymouth; Edith
George, Elbron, Va.; Blonnie Boy
kin, Clinton; Helen Beasley, Eliz
abeth City; James Allen, Elizabeth
City; Mary V. Rawls, Carrsville,
Va.; Olivia J. Gardner, Clinton.
O VARSITY Mcgazine
For Young Men j
■TELL THEM ITS A SORORITY HOUSE. THEY'LL MAKE BETTER
Eng., 213—English Composition.
Eng. 333—American Literature.
Eng. 433—Public Speaking.
Eng.. 234—Children’s Literature.
Geog., sl03— T h e Geographic
Geo. 133—Principles of Georgra-
Hist., 233—American History.
Hist., 413—Negro History.
Hist., 423- North Carolina His
Psy., 41x—Child Study.
Music, 213—Fundamentals of
Music, 232—Music Appreciation.
Sci., 111-112—Survey Science.
Sci., 133—Survey Science.
See., sl07—The Family.
For further information contact
Summer School Director, State
Teachers College, Elizabeth City,