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STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE NEWS LETTEE
May, 1938
WITH THE GREEKS
SENIOR CLASS VISITS
HAMMOCKS BEACH
On Saturday, May 3, at 7:30 A.M.,
the Senior Class left for Hammocks
Beach, accompanied by Miss E. Doris
Meredith.
On the way to the Beach, the Class
sang various community songs which
were led by Annie Ruth Martin and
Peggy White. The singing and ob
serving the many interesting sights
along the way made the trip a very
pleasant one.
At the Beach the students enjoyed
participating in the various games and
dances, which included: tennis, volley
ball, shuffle board, corquet, badmin
ton, softball, fishing, crabbing, boat
riding, “strolling” and “birdland”.
A very delicious lunch consisting of
potato salad, ham sandwiches, cookies,
sodas and apples was enjoyed by all
around a large picnic table.
At four o’clock, as the Class reluct
antly prepared to leave. President
Williams introduced President Ru
dolph Jones of the Fayetteville State
Teachers College, who gave some very
inspiring remarks.
WASHINTON
a chance to see a Ubrary. It looked as
though tliere were millions of books.
I was interested in the arts, so that
is where I spent most of my time.
After leaving the hbrary, we rode
to the Smithsonian Institute. This was
where we saw gowns that were worn
by wives of Presidents to Inaugural
Balls. It was fascinating to see the
laces and materials each woman wore.
It wcidd take several days to see llic
many things on display.
The next building was the Washing
ton Monument, a very tall structure
555 ft. in height. One can reach the
top by taking the elevator or the
stairs. The choice is with the individ
ual. On reaching the top we could see
all over Washington and much of Vir
ginia.
I am sorry to say because of traffic
we did not get inside Lincoln Me
morial, but we shall go next time.
We left there and ended our day
at the Jefferson Memorial. As the wind
blew, and the day drew near its close,
we read the inscription which caused
us to realize more fully our great
American heritage.
Please explore these places at your
first opportunity. You will never for
get the experience.
—Beverly Howard
BAND
(Continued from page 1)
ular song, “My Heart Reminds Me,”
especially arranged with modern chord
structures by the director; and “Copa
Cabana,” a samba, completed this
section.
Kern’s “OF Man River,” from Show
boat, opened the third and final sec
tion. This was followed by two out
standing instrumental solos that feat
ured Martha Purvis playing “ Cap
ricious Aloysius” and James Majette
playing “Blue Bells of Scotland,” a
trombone solo with variations. The
highlight of this section was the Over
ture from “The King and I” from the
stage and screen production of the
same name. The program concluded
with the famous “Klaxon March” by
Fillmore.
(See BAND, fourth column)
B. R. H. NEWS
The residents of B. R. H. have
sponsored a series of activities during
the school year of 1957-58 which
were designed to acquaint young men
and women with social graces and
other qualities needed to develop a
well-rounded individual. These ac
tivities have attracted the attention
of young men and women on campus,
faculty members, as well as residents
of Elizabeth City. For each pro"ram
there was a large number attending,
which was an indication that the type
of activities sponsored were en;oyed.
The activities for the year included-
decoration of the dormitory for
“Homecoming”; the “Annual Christ
mas Tea”; panels on ‘Sororities and
Fraternities”, “Boy-Girl Relationships”
and “Manners”, sponsored by the
Junior Counselors. There have been
a social hour each Tuesday and Thurs
day evening from 6:00 until 7:30 p.m.
and a dating hour each Sunday eve
ning from 7:00 until 9:00 p.m.
On Awards Day, Bias Hall residents
are giving two $5.00 awards to girls
in B. R. H., one to an outstanding
freshman and another to a sophomore.
Also the young ladies are anticipating
theri “Annual Spring Dance” which
vwll be held in the College Gymnasius.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WOMEN’S
GLEE CLUB
The Women’s Glee Club under the
direction of Miss E. L. Davis has had
a very successful year. They perform
ed for many occasions, both on and
off the campus, including: the Annr.al
Christmas Breakfast, an Operetta “The
Castaways”, the Coronation Ball, Ves
per and Chapel services, a Martha
Washington Tea at Mount Lebanon
Church and morning services at the
Antioch Presbyterian Church.
The officers for the year were: Pres
ident, Evelyn Harris of Courtland, Va.,
a member of the Junior Class and the
Thalis Sorosis Club.
Secretary, Evelyn Byrd of Rocky
Mount, North Carolina, an honor roll
student of the Sophomore class, a
member of the Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority and the Women’s Govern
ment.
Treasurer, Yvonne Hare of Winton,
North Carolina, a member of the So
phomore Class, the F. T. A., and the
Women’s Government.
Librarian, Shirley Whitaker of En
field, North Carolina, a member of
the Sophomore Class, Delta Sigma
Theta Sorority, and the Women’s Gov-
erment.
Assistant Librarian and Reporter,
Louise Hoffler of Elizabeth City,
North Carolina, a member of the So
phomore Class and the Newsletter
Staff.
The Glee Club was composed of
eighteen members. The first sopranos
were Evelyn Harris, Vivian Eason,
Myrtle Hall, Ellen Simms, and Yvonne
Hare; the second sopranos, Evelyn
Byrd, Barbara Ransome, Shirley Whit
aker, Jaquoline Parker, Lois Parker,
Barbara White, Annie Riddick and
Louise Hoffler; the altos, Ethel Yelity.
Marie Elliot, Florence Mace, Rose
Cherry and Mary Lewis.
On Awards Day an emblem will be
presented to Louise Hoffler, a faith
ful, loyal and co-operative member of
the Women’s Glee Club.
MRS, VIVIAN CARTER MASON
AKA SORORITY PRESENTS
PUBLIC RELATIONS
CONSULTANT
Dr. Vivian Mason, who is Public
Relations Consultant in Norfolk, Vir
ginia, spoke to the college family
and friends during the assembly, April
16, on “We The People”.
“The phrase ‘We The People’ refers
to all people in all walks of life,” de
clared the speaker. Each person has
a responsibility, and a teacher has
the greatest responsibility of all. A
teacher is the most important person
in the world. We must be concerned
about the quality of education and
must strive to be good teachers. The
world needs good teachers who will
be able to develop the minds of chil
dren and enable them to compete with
children of other races.
She further stated that the launch
ing of the Russian satellite turned a
microscopic light on American edu
cation. In contrasting American and
Russian schools, she stated that Amer
ican schools have many extra- cur
ricular activities in which students
spend a great deal of their time that
should be spent academically. On the
other hand, the Russian children at
tend school mainly to learn the mat
erial between the covers of books.
In her opinion extra curricular activi
ties in American schools should be
cut down where they will be sub
ordinate to academic work.
She further stated that we must
make learning the most important
thing in our lives.
A NEW DELTA IN
THE NEWS
Shirley J. Wiggins, a senior, was re
cently initiated into Delta Chi Chap
ter of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. She is
a native of Nashville, North CaroLna,
and an active member of several cam
pus organizations. She wa: “M i s s
S.T.C.” for the school year 1957-58.
Following the initiation. Delta Clii
entertained at a breakfast in her honor
at the home of the adviser, Soror E.
H. Mitchell.
DELTAS AND OMEGAS
HONORED
The Pyramid Club of Dslta Chi
Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Soror
ity and the Lampodas Club of Lambda
Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi
Fraternity entertained their Big Sis
ters, the Deltas, and their Big Broth
ers, the Omegas, at a party on May 14
in the City Students Lounge.
As the guests entered, there was an
enjoyable atmosphere, for “Jammin
With Gene” by Gene Ammons was
playing, and the Lounge was deco
rated beautifully with red and white
crepe paper.
After all the guests had arrived,
Hezikiah Cooper gave a welcome ad
dress. Then all participated in games
and dances as they chatted on various
subjects.
During intermission, remarks were
made by the sponsors, Mrs. Mitchell
& Mr. Bagley; also chapter presidents,
Vivian Sharpe and Sannie Chamblee.
Following this, the Pyramids, the
Lampodas, the Deltas and the Omegas
sang some of their favorite songs. Then
the Pyramids served refreshments
which consisted of punch, mints, pea
nuts, cookies and potato chips.
Following intennission, everyone
enjoyed playing games, dancing and
chatting until the clock said. It’s time
to say, Good-night.
BAND
The band was under the direction
of H, Leon Prather, who initiated the
training of the present organization
ten years ago. According to many
band followers, this performance top
ped all previous concerts by the Col
lege Band,
Student Participants in “Castaways
    

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