East Mississippi Community College - Lion Yearbook (Scooba, MS)
- Class of 1961
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i 6 4 V The 1961 Lion East Mississippi Junior College Administration Personalities Sophomores Freshmen Faculty Sports Organizations The Seasons Girls ' Dormitory BJf ' .f ' ; ..•• J ,.:JV ; ' ' » Athletics Dormitory V. -■ Teachers ' Apartments To the Class of 1961: It is with mixed emotions, emotions of pride and of humility, that I address you. I am indeed proud of your recognitions and your ac- complishments, and I am deeply grateful for my enriching association with you. As you look back upon your college days at this institution, you are, I am sure, aware of the fact that you might have worked harder to gain other achievements. But of greater importance is the realization that you have, I feel, learned, with a profound degree of insight and of maturity, to think for yourselves, to accept the inevitable responsibilities which have been and which will continue to be thrust upon you. The character and the reputation of the East Mississippi Junior College are, as you know, molded and established largely by your actions and, as citizens, by your contributions to our ever-changing " One World. " Let us, therefore, seriously meditate upon our im- portant roles in life; and let us strive to do, and do well, that which will bring honor to ourselves, to our alma mater, to our country, and to our fellow man. When this kind of thinking and acting becomes habitually a part of us, then personal remuneration and self-satisfaction will follow, as does the dawn upon the night; and we shall, in turn, be happier and more successful individuals. My best wishes go with you. Yours sincerely, R. A. Harbour ■ ::€■%• • To one who has an intense personal interest in her students a warm friendliness and a true sense of humor the patience and consideration to explain an unwavering concern for student problems To one who is an excellent teacher a source of inspiration a loyal supporter of East Mississippi Junior College a wise counsellor To one who has the desire to impart ideals and ambitions to her students We, the 1961 Staff of the East Mississippi Junior College LION, dedicate this annual to MRS. HETTIE PRICE. ■ ' i s Beatrice Ross Carol Bridges Jim Cockerham Joann George Working long hours — late into the night — the Lion staff presents this volume to the students of East Mississippi Junior College. We hope as you look through it you will find many things that interest, amuse, and in later years, call back the fond memories of your Alma Mater. Dolly Guy Olivia Harbour Vicki Hasie Gerry Moody Ray Prince ? )inu THE EDITOR— Dennis Blake " There must be a new idea somewhere! " THE PHOTOGRAPHER— Jimmy Reddoch " Wonder if that will be alright? " It: II THE SPONSOR— Mr. Barrie Bright " Are you going to meet that deadline? " BOARD OF TRUSTEES KEMPER COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT CHANDLER LAND, Secretary DeKalb, Miss. W. S. BRIDGES Electric Mills, Miss. L. D. McDADE Porterville, Miss. EARL McKELVAINE DeKalb, Miss. W. W. SHEPHERD DeKalb, Miss. HOWARD WILKERSON DeKalb, Miss. LAUDERDALE COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT DAN. B. JOHNSON, Chairman Meridian, Miss. JACK CLAYTON, JR Lauderdale, Miss. KENNETH JONES Meridian, Miss. JAMES T. SINGLEY Meridian, Miss. W. W. THOMPSON Meridian, Miss. J. P. WHITE Bailey, Miss. NOXUBEE COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT EVA SUE MELVIN Brooksville, Miss. L. T. ANDERSON, JR. Shuqualak, Miss. PAUL DANIELS Macon, Miss. VERLE HEATH Macon, Miss. B. G. PATTY Cliftonville, Miss. W. E. SKINNER, JR Macon, Miss. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KEMPER COUNTY ERNEST P. BATEMAN DeKalb, Miss. LOUIE BRIGGS Porterville, Miss. FRED CHISOLM DeKalb, Miss. VANZEE LUKE Preston, Miss. JOHN PERSONS Scooba, Miss. LAUDERDALE COUNTY ROY GRIFFIN Meridian, Miss. R. N. McELROY Lauderdale, Miss. JAMES FRANK SPEARS Meridian, Miss. L. D. WALKER Meridian, Miss. WILLIAM S. WRIGHT Meridian, Miss. NOXUBEE COUNTY HUB BUTLER Gholson, Miss. H. T. HUNTER Shuqualak, Miss. B. S. MARLER Cliftonville, Miss. W. S. MULLINS Paulette, Miss. D. S. NORWOOD Brooksville, Miss. The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees is made up of the County Superintendents of the three tax-support- ing counties. Mr. Dan Johnson, Lauderdale County Mrs. Eva Melvin, Noxubee County Mr. Chandler Land, Kemper County 13 i 1 DEAN WILLIE NEAL Mr. John Barrett Business Manager Mrs. Ann Barrett Secretary to the Business Manager Mr. Baty Miss Currie Secretary to the Dean • » « m tJ w rw 1 i i J M mm • Ni L I I ... ! ■ , x !I? :, ■■ ' " IWl »J ' ;■) ' MISSKMJ.C. Dudley Ann Stennis V ' J v •■ . " ' ;t - Mary Frances Davis Carol Lynn Brigges 1 Shirley Lavender JoAnn McCoy •V n . ' -€? .- 2fif • .- " --- a3W . •• . Charlotte Ward HOMECOMING t " That ' s a happy looking bunch, isn ' t it? The 1938 Homecoming Court. Our escorts of the evening. L to R: Mrs. Doris Clark Cunningham, Mrs. Virginia Hill Buchanan, QUEEN Mrs. " Lee " Hudson Francis, Mrs. Annie Carter Morgan, and Mrs. Alice Snider Phillips. 22 East Mississippi ' s first Homecoming Court was here that night. The old and the new, our 1960 Homecoming Court. Queen Charlotte leaves the field. J , r-A i I MISS EM. J. C dley Ann Stennis .CJ +t •V i MOST BEAUTIFUL Carol Lynn Bridges pjg Wi Zfemr: X at ' I I I MOST HANDSOME Owen Odom I I i BEAUTIES Olivia Harbour J Jo Ann McCoy Charlotte Ward 28 ' 1 29 • 1 1 « LATEST DISCOVERY r ax u » « 1 .. J V ft - s MOST INTELLECTUAL James Smith Ray Prince wm BEST DRESSED Larry Cohen Ruby Ann Hopper »»Z+Z Z Z-Z Z . - » •►»t £ t. t . -Z Z Z Z»Z»Z+ ,. - «►• " £ £»■£ £ £ «w ni f i . : • " - - J » FRIENDLIEST Teddy Cornelius Dudley Ann Stennis Mr. EMJC catches up on some reading. MLHHMMIIIM PERSONALITIES OF THE MONTH are voted by the Collegian Staff and are kept secret until that issue of the Collegian appears. iazanEEK Jennie Cashe Larry Cohen iXMMMIrlMI Gloria Ramage Frank Brown iriMi 1M John Dudley 34 Olivia Harbour B iUy Coleman JHHUIfJIVl msnFcn Joann George LLKal¥i Gerald Th or npson 1 - ■■■■ J Rub ye Rid ieMaeByram Don Edwards Bobby TVest gon 35 w ■» We present Sir Gawain, mascot of the sirls ' dorm. 1 m ■ m fl 1 Tarn ' s mare lost her tail. Just a bundle of " fireball " ! Love those parties! How ' s this for a string of Beauties? 36 V i . Bobby Malone — President Roger Fuller — Vice-President Shirley Lavender — Secretary Mary Frances Davis — Treasurer Jack Anderson Sturgis Tommy Abston Aliceville, Alabama Louis Anderson Shuqualak Dennis Blake Columbus Billy Blasingame Columbus Jay Boland Elba, Alabama Ann Bounds Shuqualak Charles Box Columbus Frank Brown Marion Jet., Alabama Jerry Butler Gholson Hollis Calvert Collinsville Larry Cohen Columbus 39 Billy Coleman Columbus Bobby Compton Meridian Jim Cook Columbus Lew Cornelius Tampa, Florida Tommy Cozart Pittsbora Mary Frances Davis Dekalb Jane Fleming Scooba Roger Fuller Panala, Alabama Jeannett George DeKalb Bobby Joe Gibson Meridian Leslie Goode West Point Cecil Gregg Mashulaville 40 Doris Grissom Bailey Junior Hamby Dadeville, Alabama Bobby Hatton Sharpsburg, Kentucky Felton Henderson Linedale, Georgia Travis Higginbotham Mashulaville John Hill Calhoun City James Hopkins Toomsuba Sue Hudnall DeKalb Dwayne Jolly Collinsville Faye Jones DeKalb Ha Kimbrell Columbus Shirley Lavender Columbus Melwyn Linton Meridian Bobby Malone Columbus Charlie Martin Meridian Mary Lou Martin Scooba Carolyn Murphy Lauderdale Thomas Pearson Starkville Ray Prince Shuqualak Guy Purvis Scooba Gloria Ramage Derma Robert Richardson Scooba Beatrice Ross DeKalb Gloria Jean Shepherd Gholson 42 Dot Smith Macon Dudley Ann Stennis Meridian Walter Swoope Columbus Morris Waite West Point Charlotte Ward Bailey Bobby West Selma, Alabama Bobby Westmoreland Celina, Tennessee Clay Williams Scooba George Womble Birmingham, Alabama Roy York Ma this ton 43 SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED: Sherrill Bailey James Melvin Herbert Blakeney James Bryan Teddy Cornelius John Dudley Larry Hodge Charles Keys Elmer Knight James Mosley James Parker Larry Peavy Larry Pope Billy Sewell Jesse Sparkman Gerald Stuart Clifton Wade Calhoun City Shuqualak Columbus Scooba Tampa, Florida Scooba Calhoun City West Point Meridian Danville Columbus Meridian Columbus Maben Macon Gholeson State Line FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED: Virginia Cash Jimmy Coleman Lee Cornelius Carl Duckworth Truman Finchum Joe Golden Charles House Morris Hudson Guv Jones Jim Koutroulis John Mitchner William Pearson Buford Sharp William Shelton James Swanzy Billy Westmoreland Edgar Whitten John Wilhorn Forkland, Alabama Steens Macon West Point Tallahoma, Tennessee DeKalb Columbus Jackson, Alabama DeKalb Los Angeles, Calif. Crawford Columbus Columbus Columbus Columbus Celins, Tennessee Columbus York, Alabama Getting ready to head west in the " Covered Was on. " Wonder what girl they ' re discussing now? Oh, those deadlines! Xr sm FRES Dolly Guy — President Charles Neal— Vice-President Ray MacLaurin — Secretary-Treasurer Don Edwards — Reporter Edith Banks Macon Donald Bell Meridian Charles Bethany Brooksville Herma Jean Bolton Collinsville Charles Boswell Meridian Carol Lynn Bridges Electric Mills Tommy Briggs Scooba Nancy Brown DeKalb William Brown Atmore, Alabama Joan Burchfield Preston Carolyn Butchee Lauderdale Allie Mae Byram Shuqualak Roma Cheatham Preston Mary Chisolm Dekalb Rita Clay Collinsville Jim Cockerham Columbus James Cook Meridian Archie Covington Silas, Alabama V - y Yvonne Covington Meridian Horace Graig Lyman, S. C. Betty Culwell Macon Norma Ruth Cumberland Preston David Dale Scooba Jimmy Daniels Scooba Dorothy Davis Dekalb Jerry Davis Collinsville John Davis Dekalb Wanda Diehl Brooksville Wilbert Dahlam Caledonia Billy Dyess Meridian Ben Edwards West Point Don Edwards Birmingham, Alabama !% V Gladys Eldridge Dekalb •:::4: II •■ 1 S Rebecca Eldridge Dekalb Pit - mST " John Evers 1 KLJl Dadeville, Alabama " . Thomas Farrar | - Macon Rebecca Fleming Collinsiille Robert Frazier Meridian Jo Ann George Dekalb Rachael Gibson Meridian Betty Gilliland Macon Mary Ann Gray Dekalb Charles Green Macon Dolly Guy Macon Mary Lou Harbour Dekalb Olivia Harbour Scooba Jerri Hardin Scooba Vicki Hasie Dekalb Joe Hill Brooksville Ruby Ann Hopper Portervillc Bill Horton Columbus Frances Hughes Columbus Edward Hunt Starhsville Harold Hunter Macon Katie Jackson Ackerman Anita Johnson Columbus Carolyn Johnson Dekalb Linda Key Dekalb Terry Key Dekalb Ernest King Clijtonville Lynn LeGette Dekalb Carolyn Luke Porterville James Luke Porterville Jo Ann McCoy Dekalb O ' Neal MeCulloush Caledonia Joy McDonald Meridian Leddie Mae McDonald Preston Glenda McKee Bailey Ray McLaurin Dekalb David Mason Lauderdale Mike May Meridian Jerry Mitchener Crawford Gerry Moody Scooba Patsy Morgan Sturgis Wallace Mosley Daleville Johnnie Murphy Brooksville Charles Neal Columbus Joe Odom Steens Owen Odom Steens Willie Ray Oswalt Columbus Robert Payne Lauderdale Margie Phillips Prairie Point Clyde Pierce West Point Harry Poag Macon Robert Pope West Point Nancy Prince Shuqualah Clyde Pueh Thomas. Alabama Linda Ratcliff Bailey Jimmy Reddoch Shuqualah Joey Reeves Scooba Rubye Ridgon Shuqualah Louis Roberson Columbus Sybil Roberts Meridian Kenard Sharp Collinsville Sandra Shirley Meridian Milton Shoemaker Meridian George Marshall Smith Dekalb Herman Smith Caledonia James Smith Scooba Edna Snowden Meridian Shirley Stephens Dekalb Marie Stewart Meridian Emilie Kay Taylor Macon Faye Temple Meridian Eugene Thomas Dekalb Gerald Thompson Meridian Joyce Tisdale Meridian Frances Townsend Dekalb Ima Dean Varner Macon J. W. Vernon Shuquaiak Jeffery Vincent CoUinsville Spence Waggoner Columbus Mary Ann Waid Brooksville Lawrence Walters Caledonia Darrel Walters Calhoun City Jean Welch CoUinsville Marion Wells Shuquaiak Mary Kay Wilkins Preston Carolyn Williamson Meridian Hubert Williamson Columbus I ANN E. ANDERSON M.A.. University of North Carolina Mathematics BARRIE BRIGHT B.S., Mississippi College English. Speech THOMAS E. BRUISTER B.S. and M.E., Mississippi Southern Business Education Those who educate children well are more to be honored than even their parents, for these only give them life, those the art of living well. —ARISTOTLE What sculpture is to a block of marble, edu- cation is to the human soul. —ADDISON GERALDINE COLLINS M.A., University of Missis- sippi Voice. Piano GENE CRAGO B.A., University of New Mexico Band EDNA EARLE HARBOUR M.A., Mississippi State Uni- versity English WILLIE NEAL B.S., Delta State M.A., George Peabody Col- lege PEGGY MAY B.S., Mississippi Southern Library JUNE MULLER B.S., University of Missis- sippi Business Education History He that governs well, leads the blind; but he that teaches, gives him eyes. —SOUTH A college professor has written recently of his own profession, " They are teachers be- cause they have more than the usual desire to communicate. They are excited enough about something to want to tell others, have others love it as they love it. " ROY PRICE B.S., Mississippi State Uni- versity Engineering, Economics, Math HETTIE PRICE B.S. and M.S., Mississippi State University Education, Spanish N. J. SMITH M.S., Mississippi State Uni- versity Agriculture. Botany, Zoology KEYES CURRIE JACK PALMER EARL JONES M.S.. Mississippi Southern Stetson University, Southern B.S., Livingston State Teach College Baptist Theological Semi- er ' s College Basketball. Government nary Bible Vocational-Technical If we work .upon marble, it will perish; if on brass, time will efface it; if we rear temples, they will crumble into dust; but if we work upon immortal minds, and imbue them with principles, with the just fear of God and love of our fellow-men, we engrave on those tablets something that will brighten to all eternity. —DANIEL WEBSTER ROBERT HEAD B.S., Delta State M.A., Lniversity of Missis- sippi Chemistry, Physics BOB SULLIVAN B.S., George Peabody Football Coach WARREN SWOOPE B.S ; , Mississippi State Uni- versity Assistant Football Coach MRS. ONIE JUMPER Assistant to the Dean of Women MRS. OLGA HUTCHERSON Campus Store MRS. IDA MADISOX Campus Store MRS. THELMA McNEIL Dining Hall MRS. ALICE NOWELL Dietitian r y fc , ps ■M ■y tX - p- - 1« l - ii C . .. J :V,S -- r- • :,. r •• r W:.. k 3m ' S 7 ■ - . | ' Mm THE COACHES Gerald Poole Warren Swoope Head Coach Bob Sullivan Student Assistants Jesse Sparkman Larry Hodge Lee Cornelius Billy Westmoreland BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Trainer G. Poole, E. Knight, T. " Farrar, B. Malone, C. House, C. Pierce, J. Coleman, F. Brown, L. Cornelius, W. Wilborn, B. Blasingame, T. Abston, Warren Swoope, Coach. SECOND ROW, left to right: J. Golden, B. Coleman, B. Dyess, 0. Odom, B. Pearson, J. Swanzy, L. Cohen, W. R. Oswalt, C. Box, D. Edwards, T. DeCell. THIRD ROW, left to right: J. W. Vernon, J. Koutroulis, T. Cornelius, R. Fuller, J. Hamby, W. Swoope, H. Phillips, T. Finchman, R. Evers, H. Craig, C. Morgan. Baby Doll comes through again! 65 .» -. Left to right— LINE: Roger Fuller, Horace Craig, Walter Swoope, Lew Cornelius, Teddy Cornelius, Junior Hamby, Truman Finchum. Left to right— BACKFIELD: Baby Doll Pierce, Don Edwards, Joe Golden, Willie Ray Oswalt. EMJC LIONS Left to right— LINE: Billy Pearson, Elmer Knight, James Swanzy, Harold Phillips, Red Evers, Charles Morgan, Jim Koutroulis. Left to right— BACKFIELD : Larry Cohen, Bobby Malone, Charles House, Billy Dyess. gl JF TOGO V ? «M ' Hai fback , " %L, Charles Box Fullback r? LarrY CoVien Haljbac Im S g?- That ' s An All American for you! Lew Cornelius Center Teddy - " j ie Guard ® t ■ , « w Quar terbarT «% £ 15 i I. Tal DeCell Guard Horace Craig fffep - Tackle Halfback A «■ Hold on, Baby Doll! Red Evers Guard Thomas farrar End 1 7 ■ wr . ♦l. .■ . •-- Roger Fuller End Fallback Ch rl House Fu Hback Who missed their block? Junior Hamby Tackle S, ; ' K£ : : ' :; ' ■ " , ' i; " Elm eT Knight Tackle - 1 jjfyMkj Jim r K .ontroul is J| J W Bobby Malone Quarterback %sr We can ' t see you, Edwards, but we know you are there! Owen Odom Guard Willie Ray Oswalt Halfback Harold PbflBP- Center Walter Swoope Guard Clyde (Baby Doll) Pierce Halfback Unghhhhhhh ! — ««. r . t i 4 " Jan 8 s nzy J. W. Vernon End COACH Keyes Currie THE MANAGERS Ray McLaurin and Robert Earl Fraizer The 1960-61 Lions i i( 1 f m I " k ' James Parker Guard George comes through for the Lions ! Larry Peavy Forward Billy Sewell Guard Tommy Keys Guard 74 Gerald Thompson Guard Spence Waggoner Forward West Again? Bobby West Forward George Womble Center Kenard Sharp Guard 75 STATE CHAMPS ' 60— Left to right, FIRST ROW: F. Henderson, C. Pierce, J. Cockerham, L. Cohen, C. Neal. SECOND ROW: R. Roach, P. Godwin, J. Dudley, B. Hatton. THIRD ROW: G. Stuart, J. Wright, T. Cornelius, G. Hoff. FOURTH ROW: N. Nixon, Coach Sullivan, R. Blair. EMJC ' S TRACK TEAM— Left to right, FIRST ROW: B. Westmoreland, R. Fuller, L. Foster, W. Baines, B. Pearson, I,. Cornelius, T. Finchum. SECOND ROW: B. Blasingame, C. Pierce, J. Parker, D. Edwards, L. Cohen, L. Watson, K. Smith, J. Bennett, J. Koutroulis. Raleigh Blatf Jim Cockerham ' «491J La ry Cohen r Teddy Cornelius John E van s DudJey • v? ? BobbV ttatton Paul Godwin 77 - ? . t fi ■t - - - ■ - " Felton Henderson Gary Hoff Charles Neal Nicky Nixon Clyde (Baby Doll) Pierce lKa-J R °bert R ach .4 «0, ?! ■ Gerald Stuart Jimmy Wright INITIATES: Carol Bridges, Olivia Harbour, Jerry Moody, Carolyn Butchee, Vicki H e, Dolly Guy, Bobby Compton, Joann George, James Smith, Edith Banks, Bobbie Joe Gibson, P Kimbrell, Melwyn Linton, Rachel Gibson, and Terry Ann Key. Phi Theta Kappa is a recognized honorary society whose object is to promote character and to cultivate fellowship among students in the junior colleges of the United States. Election to PTK places a particular stamp of merit upon the student, for after he has passed the academic hurdle he still must pass a faculty committee which judges him on character. OLD MEMBERS Ray Prince Beatrice Ross Dennis Blake Louis Anderson Mrs. R. A. Harbour Advisor President of Student Body CHARLES BOX Some of the Class Mem- bers listening to music. Miss Collin ' s music appreciation class. Olivia Harbour plays the piano while Jerry Moody watches. 82 THE GLEE CLUB— FIRST ROW: Ruby Rigdon, Carolyn Murphy, Anita Johnson, Dolly Guy, Dot Smith, Olivia Harbour, Margie Phillips. SECOND ROW: Katie Jackson, Emily Taylor, Vicki Hasie, Gerry Moody, Carolyn Bridges. THIRD ROW: Frances Townsend, Johnnie Murphy, Bobby Malone, David Mason, John Davis, JoAnn George, Laddie McDonald. THE HARMONETTES: Olivia Harbour, Mary Frances Davis, Margie Phillips, Jerri Hardin, Dolly Guy, Carolyn Murphy, Dot Smith, Ruby Rigdon, Carolyn Butchee. ' wit THE STUDENT COUNCIL— FIRST ROW: Mary Davis, Beatrice Ross, Dolly Guy, JoAnn Geroge, Doris Grissom, Oliva Harbour. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Harbour, Advisor; Dennis Blake, Louis An- derson, Bobby West; Bobby Malone, Clyde Pierce, Mr. Bright, Advisor. The Student Council serves the interest of the student body by promoting social life, acting as a hospitality corps, and helping in build- ing wholesome moral and good public relation- ships. The Council annually gives a formal dance; numerous sock hops; acts as a welcom- ing committee to the many visitors at Home- coming, the basketball tournaments, and high school day; and conducts all the student elec- tions. President Box votes at an election held by the Student Council. 84 ; . " .■■■■ ., ' CONCERT BAND When the Marching Band takes off its uniform, the Concert Band takes over. It gives a Spring Concert at EMJC and fills numerous engagements within the area. Wonder what the big question is? - ;? - " " .. " » 0» c. V- $mLz - t- 5 4- — 5 K M . .- — . - - HI ,i THE MARCHING BAND Y) - « Mr. Gene Crago THE CRAGO HONOR SOCIETY is composed of outstanding Band students and membership is based on academic standing, instrumental excellence, co- operation and interest in the general musical program. FIRST ROW: Judy Ann Vaughn, Charlotte Ward, Olivia Harbour. SECOND ROW: David Hutch- ereon, Sherril Bailey. 86 Johnnie Murphy Emily Taylor Carol Lynn Bridges Charlotte Ward Olivia Harbour Our majorettes in action. Barbara Anderson Janet Davis • ipfl Mary Frances Davis Shirley Lavender Jo Ann McCoy Dudley Ann Stennis 88 THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST by Oscar Wilde Directed by Charles Barrie Bright Bobby Compton Jack Worthing Robert Payne Algernon Moncrieff Bobby Joe Gibson Reverend Chasuble Frank Brown Merriman Jimmy Reddoch Lane Patsy Morgan Lady Bracknell Marie Stewart Gwendoline Fairfax Johnnie Murphy Cecily Cardew Ray Prince Miss Prism ■ f. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS : Jerry Moody, Doris Grissom, Elmer Knight, and Dolly Guy. One of the directors, Jerry Moody, interviewing Mary Frances Davis. THE COLLEGIAN The Collegian is composed of the Journalism Class which is taught by Coach Sullivan. It allows the staff to put into practice basic principles of journalism. PHI BETA LAMBDA Officers: Bobby West President Charlotte Ward . Reporter Faye Temple Treasurer Spence Waggoner Vice-President (Not Pictured) Dot Smith Secretary PHI BETA LAMBDA— FIRST ROW, left to right: Charlotte Ward, Bobby West, Spence Waggoner, Faye Temple. SECOND ROW: Carol Bridges, Carolyn Williamson, Melwyn Linton, Gloria Ramage, Jean Welch, Norma Cumberland, Carolyn Butchee. THIRD ROW: Miss Muller, Advisor; Bill Horton, Carolyn Murphy, Jane Fleming, Dennis Blake, Herma Bolton. 8 592 Get with it, Box! The torch is in front, why is everybody looking back at the building? L ' l p 5igf i r r I .ST: Uf 1 ' . ' i RACKET ROUSERS The Racket Rousers was formed this year to raise the school spirit. The members wear special pins and sit in special sections at the ballgame. In their first year of organi- zation they showed considerable merit for the coming years. Did you ever realize your mouth was so big? The cheerleaders do their stuff as Itawamba goes down in defeat. 4 A % ! k The Baptist Stu- dent Union is a large and active group. The Westminister club for Presbyterian students meets regu- larly with Reverend Blanton. The Wesleyan Club for Methodist students meets regularly with Reverend Youngblood. r ' ? 4 • « ♦ ' THE WOMEN ' S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION— Left to right: JoAnn George, Ray Prince, Mary Frances Davis, Dean Anderson, Beatrice Ross. Senator Stennis spoke to us in assembly. The Senator expresses his views over coffee and doughnuts. ■ J ,. kL ' ffifX ' - 1 L ' 4 1 f J 1 1 1 r i r — East Mississippi Junior College hopes to have Senator Stennis back on the campus soon. 94 ) t 1. Miss May hard at work I know it goes somewhere around here Another book report bites the dust. I ■m : ' ' w ■ f 9HHIH VMHB it A Freshmen, guard this torch with your life. I can ' t whistle but Bow-Wow. I dare you. Did you say we were making noise? 96 Three-arm Brown has no trouble doing his homework. Our 1938 Homecoming Queen. Are you ready, gang? Look the other way, Tommy. Freshmen after a busy day. The Torch is burning. The Colleaian travels. 97 Ray is at it again. I Hurry, girls, or Miss Collins will fuss. The stand has returned! Class will begin. Bait! Watch that rough stuff. All votes in, now the work begins. 100 % ,- % Li ! Taking lessons from a " pro. 101 STANDING: Sponsor Mr. Bright, Carol Lynn Bridges, Jim Cockerham. SEATED: Ray Prince, Vicki Hasie, Dennis Blake, Beatrice Ross. Our photographer, Jim Reddoch and Vicki Hassie plan for some pictures. The Lion editor is appointed in the Spring previous to his year of service, and much of his planning and worrying is supposed to go on during the Summer. When school starts, cameras start flashing and his worries really begin. Neither sponsor nor editor have a restful night until the last shipment leaves in February. After that the staff members can do nothing but compose their souls in quiet- ness until another LION arrives on campus. 103 YEARBOOKS TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY " The World ' s Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made " ■ H • ■
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