Gardiner High School - Tornado Yearbook (Laurel, MS)

 - Class of 1952

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CAUGHMAN Superintendent of Laurel City Schools MR. R. H. WATKINS Superintendent of Buildings v... , - v glw ERLENE PARKER ' MRS. FRANCES ANGLE Mathematics English -- 1 , 5 - 4- M li M'-Nix L. E. NORSEWORTHY ELLEN S. SATTERFIELD Diversified Occupations English Y? wry- ff: BERTIE BELLE COOK MARY MOBBERLY English French, Spanish, History A f I X PATRICIA MUNN MRS. IDELLE MORRISON Mathematics English ' ka-W -v ' BLANCHE BAILEY Science fBi0logyD .A-..A KATHERINE ALEXANDER Mathematics and Physics SUE HAMN Bible viii Ei? .gm , .f V, il i ,W u 'fe-Rf ' 5 ! is f .. A A I 4- W ESTELLE EDWARDS History Am -' as x NS wx-' , X 5 MRS. VIRGINIA WILLIAMS Chemistry OVCA History .IESSIII .l. BUSH ARTHUR VANTONF Attendance and Records Safety Education GAY MORGAN FAYE CRAFT Secretary Secretary -1- Q .A JOHN FURR MRS. TERESA ODFN I30Hkkr'P11f'r Director of Audio-Visual Fducatlon I LI MAE BACOT Bookkeeping Fx coach and Chemistry teacher JOHN CHRISTMAS now of the U. S. Navy. 'X fn VAKLA4 X . M. M. FLOWERS Band Director X Nu, WEST CLIFFORD CAMPBELL and Journalism Machine Shop Instructor Right to left: J. M. Caughman. Warner Beard, Jr., Tom Harris. Lew Wallace, Curtis Jones, and D. U. Maddox fseatedj. President. 1 SENIORS X if 1 3 iss: i A . Q 55 is . 'Mk gs Qty Qks Mm, 53 f X y Q if ,1 Y , LAK' if .wffs 8 Q . ' wma 'Y 1 g x Q F YQ 2 v if pi-. , , Wx 35 F J A .., ... 5 Ii X ,. sf K - ,fy Mmm ' ax? A midi' -'Ziff -NH V xy iw W 4 A 'Q L v H. 12,0 K 5 f za? A. k . g xx ,Q sd T' ' F . 55? W L A 5 0 iw : , Y 1 .- QM- 1. 5 " ' M' 53-N " BRL i XT-f ' f k ., A - - - E. , W W, if-My - , qi 1- V i ff K sf M., . , K , ,V MW sf M. - "7f'f.QgFffw4-2. X HENRY DENNIS ACREE Transfer from Brookhaven High School: Football 4, Basket- ball 4, Track 3, Team Manager 3, Key Club 3g Honor Roll 4, L Club 4. DORIS NELL Ancox Basketball 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Senior Privileges 45 Student Council 2, 3, Homeroom Chairman 2, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4g Band Contest 2, 3, 4g TIDE Club Secretary 2. MARTHA J 0 Arwoon Senior Privileges 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4g Office Work 43 Hostess 39 Vesper Choir 2, 3, Allied Youth 2, 34 TIDE Club 4. MAMIE CAROLYN BAILEY Senior Privileges 4, Studentt Council 2, 35 Homeroom Chair- man 2g Glee Club 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Hostess lg Rotary Minstrel lg Variety Show 23 TIDE Club 4. P INA MYRTIS BARLOW Senior Privileges'4g Student Council 3, 44 TIDE Club 3, 43 Honor Roll 4. CLAIBORNE EVERETTE BOUTWELL Student Council 2, 45 Honor Roll 1, 2. JERRY CONNIE BOYKIN Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2g Baseball 3, 43 Big 8 Honorable Mention 4, L Club 43 Senior Privileges 4, Honor Roll 1, 3, 4. LILLIAN CAROLYN BRADY Talent Show 1, 2g Student Council 1, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Y Teens 2, 3g Honor Roll 1, 29 Hostess 3, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4. ANITA WARDELL BRATCHER TIDE Club 4. FRANK MAXWELL BRENT, JR. Band 2, 3, 43 Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Chairman 2g Boy Scout 2, 3, 4g Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Projectionist Club 2, 3. ,yi , I ,P MARY SOUTHGATE BREWSTER Basketball 2, 3, Golf 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Senior Pri- vileges 4, Student Council 4, Glee Club 2, Girl Scout 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 4, Office Work 1, Hostess 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Girls' State 3, Swimming Carnival 1, 2, Spanish Club 4, Folk Music Club 3, Business Manager Yearbook 4, Assistant Business Manager 2, 3. ROBERT RAY BRINK Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, Boy Scout 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Lions All State Band 3, Mississippi State Band Clinic 2, 4. SARAH JOAN BRITTON Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 3, 4, Homeroom Chair- man 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Hostess 3, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 1, 2, 3. ARCHIE DWAYNE BRYANT Football 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Tennis 3, L Club 3, Talent Show 3, Student Council 3, 4, Class Officer 3, Glee Club 3, Boy Scout 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 1. is CHARLES NORMAN BRYANT Basketball 2, 3, 4, Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, Honor Roll 1, 3, 4. ANNE BERNICE BUSH Basketball 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, L Club 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Girl Scout 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Hostess 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Allied Youth 2, 3, State Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club Convention 2, Water Carnival 4. Aff and , 2, 3, 4, Play 3, Talent Show 3, Boy Scout 1, 2, 3, 4, Q rtet 2, 4, Band Sgt. f 5-'W A Nix JAMES WRAY BUSH SHIRLEY JEWEL CALDWELL Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, 2, 4, Homeroom Chairman 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 1, 2, 3, Allied Youth 2, 3, Debating Club 2, 3. CLARA KAY CARR Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Y Teen President 1, 2, Secretary 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Work 1, 4, Hostess 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Latin Club 3, Al- lied Youth 3, 4, Latin Conference 2, Vesper Choir 2, 3, Hi-Jinx 4, Folk Music Club 3. ADELE SUZANNE CARTER ' Talent Show 3, 4, Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, Girl Scout 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Girls' State 3, All-State Orchestra 3, Mississippi Southern College Orchestra 4. Band 1, 2, LL y, f 1 Y I ' I NELMA FAYE CARTER Golf 3, 43 L Club 3, 43 Talent Show 2, 3g Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 1, 3g Homeroom Chairman 13 Clee Club 23 Girl Scout 1, 2, 33 Honor Roll 1, 43 Yearbook 43 Journal- ism 23 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Water Carnival 43 Clee Club Convention 2. LLOYD EUGENE CASE 4 I Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Chairman 33 Class Officer 13 Boy Scout 1, 2, 33 Debating Club 33 Allied Youth 43 Variety Show 3, 4. NELIA FAYE CHISHOLM Christmas Play 13 Clee Club 1, 2, 33 Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 43 Vesper Choir 33 Variety Show 13 Rotary Minstrel 13 Horace Height Show 13 Stage Decorating Committee 33 TIDE Club 43 Journalism Club 4. CARRIE SUE CRAWFORD Talent Show 33 Student Council lg Glee Club 2, 33 Y Teens 33 Honor Roll 1, 3. pno'N1' HAVE A 'YNING T0 Num! Q 5 0 4?-Sl? "" J in ' I . .ho 11929117 . + 'i tiiigii Get! MARY ELIZABETH DEARING BILLY DODD Baseball 3, 43 L Club 43 Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 2, 4g Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH ROSE ANN EDWARDS Senior Privileges 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 43 Allied Youth 4. LEON LATRELL FLYNT, JR. Student Council 43 Boy Scout 13 Science Club 23 TIDE Club 3, 4. SIDNEY ASTOR GAMBRELL Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Privileges 43 Boy Scout 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN FAY GIEOER Y Teens 13 Treasurer FHA 1, 2g Allied Youth 33 ,Iunior DAR 2. uf! JOE LANE GOODWIN Track 1, 2, Captain 3, 43 L Club 3, 43 Student Council 23 Homeroom Chairman 2. EDWARD GLENNAN GRA , JR. Team Manager 3, 3 Llfllub 3 43 t Council 1, 33 Honor Roll lk , NV 3 gl 0 I RICHARD GRAVES Football 2, 3, 43 Track 3g Baseball 23 L Club 3, 4g Student Council 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll 2g Vesper Choir 2. CAROLYN PATRICE GRAHAM Band 2, 3, 4g Talent Show 3, 43 Senior Privileges 4g Student Council 1, 2, 43 Y Teens 13 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4g Allied Youth 2g State Band Contest 2, 3, 43 Beauty Pageant 43 Band Majorette 3, 43 Assistant Band Majorette 4. FELIX CORDELL HAMMACK Football 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, 3g Honorable Mention All Big 8 43 L Club 3, 4g Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 3, 4g Homeroom Chairman 1, 2, 33 Boy Scout 1 2 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. RAY PIERCE HAMMOND Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 23 Homeroom Chair man 23 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JACKSON HANCOCK 9 Talent Slrow 43 Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 3 4 ' ' Cl b 1' H tess 4 Clee Club 4, Honor Roll 1, 4, Hobby u , os ,0 Allied Youth 3, 43 Folk Music Club 3. FN' f EDWIN RYAN HARPER " Rug "Football 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 33 Band 2 3 4 Stage Hands 2, 3. BILLY JACK HARRIS Track 13 Student Council lg Honor Roll 1, 2 3 MARGARET ANNETTE HARRISON Basketball lg Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 1 2 Y Teens 13 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4g Office Work 43 Allied Youth 3g TIDE Club 4. LADELL CLEMON HATHORNE Honor Roll 1, 2. THOMAS RAY HENDERSON Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 2, 33 Honor Roll 3, 43 Office Work 4. JAMES SIDNEY HERRINGTON Senior Privileges 43 Honor Roll 23 Debating Club 2, 3, 43 Journalism Club 23 Science Club 33 Debating Club President 33 Delegate to Youth Conference 3, 4. JANNA KATHRYN HICKS Debating Club 2, 3g Glee Club 23 Folk Music Club 33 TIDE Club 4. pl! , ,V ,ff 7 Mlzjvwffjfl W , M-Mb! 7 CAROLYN GENE HOLLINCSWORTH , Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Privileges 4g Student Council 3, 43 Girl Scout 1, 23 Honor Roll l, 2 3, 4g Allied Youth 2, 33 Dramatic Club 2, 33 State Band Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3, 4g State Band Festival 1, 2, 3, 43 Carden Pageant 3g State Piano Festival l, 2, 3, 4. CLYDE KEITH HOOVER BUDDY RAY HUMPHREY Basketball 33 Track 2, 3, 43 L Club 43 Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 33 Honor Roll 3, 4. MAMIE LoU HUNT Basketball 2,- 3, 43 L Club 3, 43 Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Chairman 2, 43 Class Officer 4g Y Teens 3, 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 L Club President 3, 43 Y Teens President 33 Girls' State 33 Most Versatile Girl 4. JERRY FRANKLIN JARVIS Student Council 23 Honor Roll 3. BILLY FRANK JONES Football 13 Talent Show 3, 43 Stage Hands 3, 43 Boy Scout 1, 2g Honor Roll 1, 2. v 31' L-1 we ,Q ' CURTIS NEWTON JONES P, K ' Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, L Club 3, 4, Senior V 4, Home-room Chairman 3, 4, Student Council 3, Roll 4, Junior Rotarian 3, Projectionist Club 2, 3. LOYCE ARLENE JONES Basketball 3, 4, L Club 3, 4, Senior Privileges 4, 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll l, 2, 4, Volleyball 4. FAYE KEYES CRAFT Transfer from Myrick. WILLIAM EVERETTE LAIRD, JR. Honor Roll 1, 2. Privileges 4, Honor Y Teens , X , t. L J - P9 ' Photo not I ,Available RONALD COOPER LEEKE Student Council 2, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, Debating Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, Folk Music Club 3, Spanish Club 4. is VARDA J EANETTE LEONARD N1 .0 . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Play 4, Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, 2, 4, Glee Club 4, Girl Scout 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 4, Whirl Staff 3, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, State Voice Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocalist-Orchestra 3, 4, Solo Ensemble Contest 3, 4, Latin Conference 2, Legion Convention 4. EVA HERRING LINDSEY Basketball 2, Senior Privileges 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3. EDNA VIRJEAN LITTLE Talent Show 1, Y Teens 1, TIDE Club 2, 3, Treasurer TIDE Club 3, Delegate to TIDE Club Convention 2. QIVL, RIIOSS COOK LOMAX, JR. f " - Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 1, L Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 2, 4, Honor Roll 4. WILLIE RAE LOWE Glee Club 2, 3, Y Teens 2, 3, TIDE Club 3, 4. FRANCES NELL LOWERY Senior Privileges 43 Y Teens 13 Honor Roll 1, 43 Yearbook Staff 43 FHA Secretary 1, 2. 43 Junior DAR Secretary 2. PATRICIA CLARA MADDOX 'i I CHERRY OLIVIA MARTIN IQ 'M' mf"""'s Talent Show 43 Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 2, 3' Homeroom Chairman 2, 3: Class Officer 23 Glee Club 23 Y Teens 2, 33 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Hostess 2, 33 Allied Youth 2, 3, 43 Garden Club Pageant 1. MANSUL CHARLES MAY Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2. 33 L Club 3, 4' Student Council 3. 43 Bo Scout 1' Honor Roll i ,AM-A' Y? .nxa1"'-'L SHIRLEY ANN MAYFIELD ,fltkwmw Band 1, 2, 33 Talent Show 2, 33 Glee Club 13 Y Teens 1, 23 Girl Scout lg Library Assistant 3. FRANK RODGERS MCINTOSH Football 33 Track 33 L Club 3, 43 Senior Privileges 43 Hon- or Roll 3, 4. TIIELMA KATHERINE MCRAE :Basketball 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 13 Glee Club 43 Y Teens 2, 33 Girl Scout 13 Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 43 Solo and Ensemble Contest 23 Majorette 2, 3, 43 Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 43 Allied Youth 2, 3. JOHNNYE J EANELLE MEYER Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Talent Show 1, 2, 33 Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 13 Girl Scout 1, 23 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Science Club 1, 33 Latin Conference 23 Band Contest 1, 2, 33 Majorette 43 Legion Convention 4. fx JOHN ANCELOM MILLER 'ff 0'-4"jw SYLVIA TRAVIS MILLER Talent Show 43 Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Y Teens 1, 2, 33 Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 43 Editor Year- book 43 Latin Club Officer 33 Latin Conference 23 Allied Youth 3, 43 Debating Club 43 Folk Music Club 33 Vesper Choir 2, 33 Language Prize 33 Hi-Jinx 43 Most Intellectual Girl 43 Hall of Fame 43 One of ten highest ranking Seniors. K, ANN MARIE MOFFETT Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, 3, Homeroom Chair- man 1, Y Teens 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 3, 4, Vesper Choir 3. LAURICE MOODY Honor Roll 1, 4, FHA 1, 2, Junior DAR 2, Allied Youth 4. PAT HARRISON MORRIS, JR. Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, L Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Honor Roll 1. EMILY SUSAN MORRISON ' Talent Show 2, Student Council 1, Girl Scout 1, 2, Hostess f V, FRANKLIN ACKER Moss II Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, L Club 3, 4, Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Boy Scout 2, Honor Roll, Whirl Staff 4, Boys, State 3, Most Versatile Boy 4, Big 8 Honorable Mention 4. JAMES QUITMAN MULHOLLAND Band 2, 3, 4, Play 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 2, Homeroom Chairman 2, Cvlee Club 2, 3, 4, College Scholarship 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Boys' State 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Band Officer 4. ANNETTE ROSE NESOM Student Council 2, 3, 4, Senior Privileges 4, Honor Roll 1, 3' 2, 3, 4, whirl Staff 4, TIDE Club 2, 3, 4. GEORGE ALEXANDER MCNEILL 1 - 9 , T Track 3, Tennis 4, Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, 2, 4, Boy Scout 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Hi-Jinx 2, 3, 4, Whirl Staff 4, Journalism Club 2, De- bating Club 2, Mississippi Press lnstitute 3, 4, Science Club 3. PAMELA ARLENE NICHOLSON - Student Council 1, Homeroom Chairman 1, Girl Scout 1 Honor Roll 1, Allied Youth 2, 3, Debating Club 2, 3, 4 Folk Music Club 3. JEAN RENE OLIVIER Football 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, L Club 3, 4, Senior Privileges 4, Boy Scout 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 2, 4. I MARTHA JEAN Poo JOHN KENT OWENS Golf 1. 2. 3, 43 Talent Show 3g Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. HANNA JOANN O BRYANT PHILLIPS 090114 may .1 Honor Ron 1.23 II.-hating Club 3. 4, Girl st-out I, X ,470 ,QSO ,I W NANCY LEE PICKERING Basketball 23 Talent Show 4: Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 1, 2, 43 Girl Scout 1. 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Hostess 1. 2, 3, 43 Allied Youth 2, 33 Journalism 23 Drae matic Club 33 Flash Staff 1: Whirl Staff 23 Folk Music Club 3. HIIBERT FRANKLIN PILGRIM Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 Homeroom Chairman 43 Student Council President 43 Talent Show 3g TIDE Club 33 Debating Club 4, Vice President 4g Spanish Club 43 Whirl Staff 4. t MARY ANN PINER Basketball 2g Student Council 33 Y Teens 13 Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Office Work 43 Volleyball 43 Christmas Tree 1. l-I Xt Play 1, 23 Stage Hand 33 Student Council 1, 3, 43 Glee Club 3g Y Teens lg Girl Scout 13 Honor Roll l, 33 Office Work 3g Hostess 1, 2, 33 Journalism Club 3, 43 Dramatic Club 3g Folk Music Club 3. PAULA ANNE POWELL Basketball 33 Talent Show 23 Student Council 4, Secretary 43 Homeroom Chairman 43 Senior Privileges 43 Glee Club 2g DAR Citizenship Girl 43 Girl Scout 13 Who's Who 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Hostess 43 Photo Editor Yearbook 43 Flash Staff lg Student Council Convention 43 Youth Council 43 Allied Youth 2, 33 Journalism Club 23 Folk Club 33 District Glee Club Con. 23 Junior Red Cross Training Center 23 Hi-Jinx 4g Water Carnival 4. PAT CIA ANNE PRICE N 1 lf 3g lay 13 Tal t Show 2, 3, 43 Student 3' nior i ileges , Class Officer 23 Glee Cluh ' o 3 23 H for Roll 2. 33 Hostess 23 Vo- 4 1' , 1,1 , X JACK OAKLEY RAWLS I0lf!Pr s 43 Boy Scout 2, 33 Honor Roll 2, 3, 43 it agnolhr oys' State 43 Swimming Carnival 2, 3, 4. JOHN MAURICE REYNOLDS Band 2, 3, 4. as JAMES PHILLIPS Student Council 35 Regional Examination 35 Honor Roll 4. CLARENCE LEDETTE RHODES Honor Roll 35 Projectionist Club 3. EDWARD RAHAIM Stage Hand 25 Student Council 25 Honor Roll 25 TIDE Club 2, 3, 45 DO Officer 25 Latin Club 25 Allied Youth 2. BOBBIE RUTH MOODY RICHARDSON Festival 3. er 3. f' ' ' Y IUU AWIJILE 1 I v ' WOT SHOWN ,f'if For -Q, ,Xwf tix f'fQ1f'1,'j5,?,j4 WILLIAM GLENN ROARK JAMES MELVIN ROWSEY Tennis 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Play 35 Talent Show 1 2 3 45 Senior Privileges 45 Student Council 1, 4 Glee Club 3 Boy Scout 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Sophomore Handsome BOy5 Latin Club 2 Science Club 3, 45 Allied Youth 3, 45 Latin Conference 2 Superior Solo 25 Superior Ensemble 25 Band Contest 1, 2, 3 4 Mississippi State Band Clinic 45 VesperiChoir 3. JUNE 0,DARE RUFFIN' Talent Show 35 Student Council 2. 3, 45 Homeroom Chair man 35 Class Officer Secretary 25 Girl Scout 1 2 Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Hostess 1, 25 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Football Maid 1, 25 Football Queen 35 Junior Favorite 3 MISS LHS 45 Beauty 3, 45 Journalism Club 25 Mississippi Press In stitute 3, 45 Vice President Student Council 3 4 Senior Privileges 45 Variety Show Costume Manager 4 Dramatic THOMAS CARROLL RUNNELS Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1 2 3 4 L Club 45 Talent Show 45 Student Council 1, 25 Boy Scout 1 2 3 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Whirl Staff 45 Science Club 3 HI Jinx 2, 3, 45 Senior Privileges 4. DOROTHY RUSH Student Council 1, 35 Y Teens 35 Folk Music Club 3 Sock ALICE MARIE RUSTIN Uacksonl Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2 3 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 FRED LARMAR SAULS Track 3, Band 3, 4, Stage Hands 3, Student Council 2, Boys' State 3. CHARLES SCOTT JAMES WILSON SHEPHERD Football 2, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Senior Privileges 4, Stu- dent Council 3, Folk Music Club 3, Honor Roll MILDRED LoUISE SHEPHERD Transfer from Calhoun High School: Basketball 2, 2, TIDE Club 4, Honor Roll 3, 4. 551 PHOTOGRAPH Nor Ana Au. f :W 4?- , ,, ,wig l lf , ..,.,.m.,M 1 Y 4 I fa.. 2, 3, 4. Glee Club ii, R PAT STRIBLING SHEPHERD . f Band 2, Talent Show 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Work 1, Folk Music Club 3. MARY LYoNs SIMPSON 1 . Tennis 1, Play 1, 2, Stage Hand 3, Student Council 3, Girl Scout 1, 2, Hostess 2, 3, 4, Whirl Staff 3, Folk Music Club 3, Dramatic Club 3, Journalism Club 3. GAYLE SLAY Student Council 1, 2, 3. 4, Homeroom Chairman 2. 3, Glee Club 1, Honor Boll 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Work 3, Hostess 3, Year- book Staff 4, Senior Privileges 4, FHA President 1, 2. FREDTMADISON SMALLvvooD,' - A ' Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Team Manager 1, Tennis 2, L Club 3, 4, Stage Hands 2, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 2, 3, 4, Student Body President 4, Class Officer 3, 4, Boy Scout 21 Honor Roll 3, All Big 8 Second Team 4. CECIL SMITH Senior Privileges 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. CHARLES FERRELL SMITH Boy Scout 2, Honor Roll 2, Science Club 2. SOLOMON ROBERT SMITH Student Council 2, 33 Homeroom Chairman 2. 33 TIDE Club 4, President 4. NERON JEAN STENNETT Student Council 3g Honor Roll 1. 2. 33 Allied Youth 3. WILLIAM CLARK STEWART Football 23 Basketball 23 lPort Cibsonl Football 33 Basket- ball 3g Track 23 Team Manager 3, 4g L Club 3, 43 Talent Show 33 Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 1. 23 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, JOYCE LOUISE STOKES Band 1, 2. 3, 43 Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 43 Stage Hands 1, 2. 3. 43 Student Council 1, 2, 43 Class Officer 13 Clee Club JQ Girl Scout 1, 23 Honor Roll 1, 23 Office Work 13 Hostess 33 Latin Club 23 Latin Conference 33 Science Club 1, 33 Band Contest 1. 2, 33 American Legion Convention 43 Folk Music Club 33 Journalism Club 3. I X - X t 3941 i anim Wfgmlfaflfi I 1 X JAMES ROBERT SIIMMRALL VIRGINIA ROSE SUMRALL A Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 1, 3, 43 Clee Club 2: Girl Scout 13 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Flash Staff 13 Allied Youth 23 Journalism Club 23 One of ten highest ranking Seniors. SHANNON HERRON SWETMAN Student Council 33 Honor Roll 2, 3, 43 Senior Privileges 43 Hobby Club 2, 33 Debating Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Science Club 3g One of ten highest ranking Seniors. CHARLES E. TAYLOR Football 33 Team Manager 23 Band 23 Boy Scout 1, 2, 33 TIDE Club 2, 4. HARDY BENJAMIN TEMPLE, JR. Football 3. SARAH RUTH THOMPSON Basketball 13 Senior Privileges 43 Glee Club 1, 33 Y Teens 2, 3g Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Office Work 43 Allied Youth 2, 33 TIDE Club 4. JOHN THOMAS TOLAR Football 1. HELEN JOYCE ULMER Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Office Work 43 Hostess 33 Yearbook 43 Volleyball 43 Allied Youth 3, 4g Christmas Tree 13 De- bating 2, 3. RICHATR-D EDWARD VALENTINE Student COuncil'2, 33 iHomerOom Chairman 2g Boy Scout 2, '33 Honor .Roll 2, 3, 43 American Legion Award 1. ' MARY JOAN VINZANT Basketball 1, 23 Band 3, 43 Talent Show 33 Student Council 13 Clem- Club 1, 23 Y Teens 13 Dramatics 2g Debating Club 2. mmf JAMES EDWARD WALLACE Honor Roll 3, 43 Senior Privileges 4. ANNA FAY WALTERS TIDE Club 4. CHARLOTTE ANN WALTERS Tennis 13 Play 3g Talent Show 2, 3, 43 Stage Hands 3, 43 Senior Privileges 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Chairman 43 Student Body Vice President 43 Class Officer 33 Clee Club 2, 33 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Flash Staff lg District Clee Club Convention 23 Glee Club President 23 Wh0's Who 43 State Student Council Treasurer 43 Mississippi Press lnstitute 3, 43 Journalism Club 2g Whirl Staff 2, 3, 43 Allied Youth 33 Dramatic Club 33 State Clee Club Con. 2g "Chatting with Charlotte"3 Folk Music Club 3g Hostess 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Jinx 2, 3, 4. NETTA EVELYN WALTERS Play 13 Student Council 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 23 WhO's Who 1, 23 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3g TIDE Club 3, 4. RAYMOND WADE WALTERS Football 2, 3, 43 All Big 8 43 Honorable Mention 2, 33 L Club 2, 3, 43 Stage Hand 23 Student Council 2, 3g Home- room Chairman 23 Class Officer 2, 3, 43 Boy Scout 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll 2. ALEXANDER HERBERT WATKINS Tennis 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Council 13 Glee Club 33 Boy Scout 1, 23 Honor Roll 1, 2g Superior Solo 1, 2, 3g Superior Ensemble 3g Lion's,All-State Band 3. BETTY JEAN WARREN Honor Roll 2, Socker Team 2. BETTYE NELL WATSON Student Council 1, Talent Show 4, Honor Club 4, Treasurer 4. HUBERT WELCH Football 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 2. J OYcE ANN WELLS Student Council 1, Glee Club 1, Girl Scout 1, Honor Roll I 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, FHA 1, 2. Roll 1, 4, TIDE A 'Q :fl .I 0 I" " ual' A , Z ' X35 4, L Club 3, 4, EDNA FAY WHITE Clee Club 1, Honor Roll 2, FHA Secretary 1, FHA 1, 2, 4. K3"'CARoLYN' SUE WILKINSON . I ' Basketball 2, Band Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, Student Council 1, 4, Y Teens 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Beauty 3, 4, Football Maid 4, Folk Music Club 3, State Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Head Majorette 3, Head Majorette 4, Superior Twirling 3, Senior Privileges 4. RONNIE LEE WILLETT, JR. 3, f I I Track 3, Tennis 4, Band 1, Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, Homeroom Chairman 1, Honor Roll 3, 4, Year- book Staff 4, Whirl Staff 4, Science Club 3, Mississippi Press Institute 3, 4, Hi-Jinx 2, 3. 4. Z' CU ROY DAVID WILLIAMS Honor Roll 3, Baseball 2, 3. "'7'tZ,yQL,,g, LELIA EVELYN WOOD Band 1, 2, Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 1, Y Teens 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Hostess 3, FHA 1, Projectionists Club 4. RUBEN PICHETT WOOTEN Football 2, Senior Privileges 4, Student Council 3, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. History of the Class of '52 Today we are closing a chapter of our lives. We believe that this chapter has been well written and the parts have been acted to the best of our abilities. The world situation seems grim, but we have faith in ourselves. We believe that we have been trained for the kind of life we will have to face when we leave our beloved high school. We would like to tell you something of our history so that you, too, will feel we are capable of accepting the responsibilities of our future. Our first year of school, in many ways, resembles our last one. Then, as now, we knew we had a job to do. But it was fun just the same. In the next grades, we learned the meaning of cooperation, fair play, and study. During these years, many of us were in some form of Scouting. We tried to put what we learned at Scout meeting into practice at school and vice versa. In Central, the "big wheelsl' were the ones who played jump rope and touch foot- ball best. Many of us entered the Soil Conservation Contest. Even if we didn't win, we had the satisfaction of competing with our classmates for a coveted award. Then came Junior High. Study hall was a gift from Heaven! And the boys had a chance to participate in organized football, track, and basketball! Chicken supper teams came firstg but as we advanced in grades, the players advanced to the Varsity team. We helped publish the school paper, and we were the ones that decorated the gym for the after-game dance. Then came that fateful night-graduation! You could hardly recognize the girls in their white dresses and the boys in their suits. We were really proud that night. Our Freshman year we were "big dogs," but the next we were Sophomores-the lowest there was. The Evaluating Committee came this year. We were on our best behavior then because we wanted them to think as much of our school as we did. Our Junior year was full of happy events. Our "Tornado" won first place honors in the Southern Division of the Big 8. But Art didn't let his boys get ahead of him, because he was named "Coach of the Year." Not to be outdone, Coach ,lay Milner wrote The Scollopnotch Story, a three-act play. For the first time in our school career the Big 8 Basketball Tournament was held in Laurel. Our boys made us proud of them in this, as they also did in track, baseball, tennis, and golf. Before we realized it, our Senior year was here. Each and everyone vowed that this would be the happiest year yet. And it has been. As,usual, our football team was grand! They gave every opposing team a battle. The Mississippi Student Council Convention was held in Laurel. We tried to make each visitor feel as we did, the love and companionship in our school! Our basket- ball team left nothing to be desired. Our boys played their hearts out in the Big 8 Tournament which was held at Hattiesburg. Laurel was lucky this year in having such fine boys interested in all the different sports. The Variety Show this year had Hawaii as the setting. We enjoyed working on this. As the school year came to a close, we were busy preparing for exams. For, even though we loved the school, none of us wanted to repeat. Only one thing was miss- ing, the boys who had to leave early to serve their country. Perhaps these words have convinced you that we are able to fill our place in the world. We have bright hopes for making it a better world for our children-and your grandchildren. And as the song goes, "May the good Lord bless and keep you," and us, too. -NANCY PICKERING . Last Will and Testament Being in an unestablished frame of mind, due to the mental and physical strain acquired during the past twelve years of study, we the will committee of the Senior class of '52 hereby, and in the gathered presence of all, declare this to be our final and legal will. Whereas, this is our final bequest we willfully leave the following articles to both individuals and posterity. IN SHORT-WE DONT WANT IT ....... YOU CAN HAVE IT!! 1. Charles Scott leaves his inhuman actions to Miss Bailey's boyfriend, "Charlie" 2. To Jena Crossley we leave a can of Gaines Dog Food. Feed your "poodle', hair cut welll Qgjlfo Willamac Newton we leave Pam Nickolson's shoe polish and rag, so that she may take proper care of her boots. 4. John Miller leaves a roll of slugs to Lew Wallace, so that he too may learn 'to beat the pin ball machine at Tyte's. 5. Anne Bush reluctantly leaves her boisterousness to "little olei' Frances Harris. 6. Frank Mclntosh leaves to Billy Burton his graduation gown. lt may need a few alterations. 7. To "Hamburger', Harrison, Charlotte Walters leaves a bologna sandwich, a root beer, a jelly roll, and a bag of Fritos, so that he may grow up to be a big boy!! 8. The Senior Class leaves to Billy Ford a bus ticket to Ellisville, so that he can pass History 6 in summer school. ln case he fails again, we leave him Jeanette Leon- ard's ability to get along with Miss Edwards. 9. June '4Cecily Hampton Standishl' Ruffin leaves to Kaiser Braaten her mastery of the British language. 10. Bobby '4Bo,' Brink leaves his silence in the library to a herd of wild elephants. 11. Mary Simpson leaves a bookkeeping book to Miss Bush. May she find proper use for it in keeping her attendance records. 12. To the Latin Class we leave a coffin--to bury-1-Latin, the dead language. 13. To Miss Satterfield we leave Senior-to-be lg-hn-'Christian to adorn her front row. John, take our advice-when you haven't prepared your lesson, get her off on the subject of athletics. 14-. "The Lily Whites" leave their ability to get out of hall to Nancy Carter and Pa- .LziQi9.l30.W..eP.- 15. Lamar Sauls leaves this quart of cooking wine to the Home Ec. Department. Hap- py cooking girls! l 16. To the booths at "Tyte's" we leave 2 rolls of Scotch Tape with the hope that it will assist you in holding together. 17 18. 19 20. 21 22 23. 24. Last Will and Testament Sylvia Miller leaves her intelligence to "Peaches" Fowler. Sultry and spicey Pat Price leaves her vocal technique to classical Judy White. To Miss Kethley we entrust these six galvanized No. 6 wash tubs. It is our hope that you will catch all the drips upstairs ......... rain drips that is! Ronnie Willett leaves his ability to lose his jacket to ,lon Allen Williamson. To the teachers of Laurel High School, we leave to you, "the lamps unto our feet," our gratitude and best wishes for you and your profession, teaching. . To you Mr. Boyd, we leave our high esteem for you as both an educator and a gentleman. Because of your personal ideals and character, we will always remem- ber these past years at LHS. To Mr. Caughman we leave our heart-felt appreciation for the efforts made in he- half of the Laurel City Schools. We realize our happy stay here has been largely due to him. We cannot leave without bidding farewell to one who has made a profound mark upon our lives. An educator, a humanitarian, a believer in youth, to you Mr. Watkins we can only say "We'll never forget you!" Signed, sealed, and delivered by the Senior Class of '52 to be their last will and testament. Witnessed thereto: "Donalonagontto" "1ain'tagonago" Class Prophecy Being in an advanced state of perplexity and confusion, we the prophet commit- tee of the Class of l52 jumped in a speedy upuddle jumper" fproperty of Paula Powellj and dashed down Highway 11 to consult the greatest of all globe-gazers, Madame Symore Things. Upon arriving at the "Sign of the Hand," we pooled our resourses and personal valuables to make up the minimum 50 cent charge. Finally, we ventured into Madame Symore Things' dwelling and saw more things! I ll This is what she revealed to us- Dennis Acree is making a brilliant name for himself as Professor of English at "Corn Nell" University. He is ably assisted by Miss Ellen S. Satterfield, Dennis' high school instructor. Featured in a Summer stock production, we see Jeanette Leonard. She always was dramatically inclined!! Doris Adcox is a "happy little housewife singing at her chores and not because she's got a new Shelvadorf' Martha Jo Atwood-pardon us Major Martha Atwood-is Keesler Air Base's first woman instructor. Her interest in Military life began back in high school with a ruby ring. A Carolyn Bailey has advanced in the Carter-Heide organization since her D.O. days. She's now assistant buyer. Myrtis Barlowe is at last fulfilling her childhood dream "to just travel." She just travels everywhere. Everette Boutwell, a successful distributor, conducts in his spare time a class in "Aiming and Hittingl' for the Laurel Leader Call delivery boys. Connie Boykin, after a hard day at the office, is sitting around the fire with his wife and little ones, telling them about the time when they fThe Tornadoesj stompted Natchez and Brookhaven. Carolyn Brady, Clara Carr, Cherry Martin, Sylvia Miller and Ann Moffett are still devoted friends. They still take time off from their families to celebrate each other's birthdays. Sylvia, a do-or-die enthusiast, is still trying to bake a cake. Anita Bratcher is now a famous f'Sweetheart Soap" cover girl. Model expert ,lean Powers says of Anita-"What a face!'l Max Brent is in a thriving partnership with his boyhood friend, Glenn Roark. They "swap, trade, buy repair, and sell" all makes of musical instruments. Katherine McRae is the sole owner of a quaint dress shop on "fashionable Central Avenue"-"Lay-a-way at McRae's." Lounging in Florida, we see Tommy Padgett, Donnie Dollar, and Billy Dodd after a tough pro-baseball season. Padgett is the present day Bob Feller while Dodd and Dollar grace any man's ball club. ' Bill Laird and Johnney Meyer make a swell lab team. They're perfecting an anti- anemic pill and a fool-proof cold preventative. Ain't that nice! ! James Mullholland is currently appearing in "South Pacific." On the front row we see Martha Sue Cade, Willie Lowe, Frances Lowery, and Evelyn Wood who are vacationing in the Bil City. They simply had to see their old school mate in his most brilliant role. Frank McIntosh is Chief Marine Recruiter for this district. We see him trying to hook Charles May, Thomas Henderson, and Ladell Hawthorn into doing a hitch in the Marines. Lamar Sauls is now on tour with the Budwiser Horses. He can be distinguished from the horses by a large mole under his left ear. fWe love you though, Lamarlj Shirley Mayfield is seen "flying low" down 5th Avenue in "Hurdy Ann." She is enroute to A 81 P to buy a loaf of bread for Prentice's lunch. ln A 8: P she speaks to the managers, J. W. Shepherd and Pat Stribling. if Edwin Harper is a leader in his field of entertainment. He is the proud owner and trainer of "Treetop's F lee Shop," famous flee collection. Charles Taylor took up where Dorothy Dix left off. He advises the sad of heart and the forlorn. Sidney Grambrell is now running Nub's Steak House. The best horse steaks this side of Tasmania! Newton Jones, and Richard Graves are now co-owners of the biggest white-faced cattle ranch in the West. The knowledge acquired at Mississippi State in Animal Husbandry is paying off in a big way. Jackie Mapp and Willamac. Newton are the "little old ladies" that they come home to. T" Mrs. H. B. Temple fnee Joyce Ulmerj and Mrs. Willie Dennis Knee Mary Pinerl chat over the back fence every morning about ten o'clock while their hubbies, H. B. and Willie, manage their downtown chain of Movie houses. Carolyn Hollingsworth is the local Baylor Alumni president. She and Johnnie Miller are raising a couple of Baylor Bears themselves!! George McNeill, Ronnie Willett, and Thomas Runnels are N.B.C.'s highest paid comic trio. They write and produce their own show, "Life with the Lilywhitesf' Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis have long since faded because of the competition. John Owens and .lack Rawls share golf pro duties out at the Laurel Country Club. Charles Smith is proprietor of a new establishment known as "Smith 8: Family." His ace watch repairman is Cecil Smith while Solly Smith is his silver-smith. "What no blacksmith?,' Billy Stewart keeps the city in bread. Deliveryman for his bakery is Billy Jack Harris. Can Billy Jack peddle that bike!! Shannon Swetman is a successful illustrator for Good Housekeeping. His latest masterpiece was Grendal's Mother from Beowulf. What a beaut!! James Sumrall now operates Sumrall's Grocery on 5th Avenue. Among his best credit customers, we find housewife Eva Lindsey and Patricia Maddox. Anna Faye Walters, Mary Beth Dearing and Marie Rustin have complete manage- ment of the Laurel Credit Bureau. What a mess this credit bureau's records are in! Pam Nicholson is managing a promising wrestler in upper state New York. lt's rumored among the "ring world" that he has fallen-for Pam that is! Annette Nesom is a busy home demonstration agent these days. She makes weekly trips to the suburban homes of Bobbie Ruth Moody Richardson and Barbara Jackson Hancock, where she gives them the tips for healthful living. Nelia Faye Chisholm and Jean Stennett are missionaries to deep dark Africa. They write home between escapes from the cannibals. Jerry Jarvis is now Editor and Publisher of the Laurel Squall. Janna Hicks is their capable industry editor, while James Wray Bush holds down the farm and dairy section. "Fleet Footi' Joe Goodwin has just set a new half-mile record in the Olympic games. Jean Oliver placed second in the mile event-Boy, what athletes LHS produces! Jeansie Pou is real proud of her hubby, Bobby Moore. Bobby is the present day Jim Thorpe. Anne Bush and June Ruffin adorn the cover of many a magazine these days- especially "Field and Stream" and U. S. Cattle Report. Along with part-time model- ing, June helps with the dairy chores and Anne spends every spare moment with racket-slinging Buddy Lomax. Buddy is on the U. S. Davidson cup team this year. Virginia Summrall "The Girl with Iron Nerves" is engaged in kindergarten work! Among her delinquents we see little Carolyn Kriner, and baby Mildred Shepherd. Don't let the goo talk fool you-the little monsters!! Charlotte Walters, AP correspondent, is covering military "hot spots" in Europe. Carolyn Graham and Carolyn Sue Wilkinson are designing scientifically balanced batons! Such slender grace-such beauty-the baton's that is!! We see Paula Powell, now the wife of Rear Admiral Ray Wood, roughing life in the U. S. Navy. Ray Hammond and James Wallace are really climbing in the A 81 P organization. They manage the Jackson branch. Charles Bryant is now piloting for TWA. On his run we find Sue Crawford and Carolyn Geiger as hostesses. Such Comfort! I! Latrell Flynt is filling "papa" Flyntis place down at Flynt's Body Repair Shop. If you have any beat up bodies drag them down to F lynt's. Loyce Jones and Billy Jones are shooting to stardom in their new MTM 1 More Terrible Moviesj release, "The Jonesesf' fSuch an original title.J Gate Brewster has just been awarded the "Gold Medal of Award and Achieve- ment" for her latest design-the 1965-Jeep! What a vehicle! Nancy Pickering and Sue Morrison have taken leave from their Tuesday Club to go to Detroit for the ceremony. Suzanne Carter, solo violinist of the New York Philharmonic, is also seen at the ceremony. Bobby "Bo" Brink, Alexander "Squep" Watkins, and Jimmy "Jimbo" Rowsey are featured in a two week's run at the "Hole in the Wall" in New York. The "Bo-Squep- Jimbo" Trio sports Pat Price as their lucious and talented vocalist. Charles Scott, still a fast talker in a tight spot, is their "bookie" agent4er-er-their booking agent. Faye Carter is LHS's new Shorthand teacher. She is having a little trouble with the Mamas Joan Britton and Shirley Caldwell. They agree that Shorthand was a cinch for them. ' Clennan Grady is head. manager and towel slinger for the Chicago Bears. Roar! Tyte's is now known as "Lester's Place." Property of Charles Lester Quinn I. Pete Hanna and Pat Morris are in the bat making business. They supply all the big leagues with bats. Felix Hammack and Frank Moss are state figures in the sporting world. Their squad took second place in the state finals, for the' 3rd consecutive year. They really know their coaching-when it comes to dominoes. Ironically as it may seem, they were defeated by the team from Coonville, coached by Mamie Hunt. Roland Leeke has settled down to a quiet life as a music master. Among the parents waiting for their "little Schubertsv we see Jimmy and Jo Anne Phillips. Donice Knigh is still sitting in History 8. He subconsciously repeats to himself "I can pass History 8 without History 7. I can pass History 8 without History 7." Virjean Little is a prosperous Laurel Dentist. Among her most difficult customers, we find Laurice Mood. Seems Laurice once read a book entitled "The Tooth, the Whole Tooth, and Nothing But the Toothli' F rank'Pilgrim is now owner of WLAU. On his staff we find Lloyd Case, Sales Managerg Mary Simpson, Bookkeeperg and Joyce Stokes, Secretary. They take time out from "shooting the bull" to broadcast a program every now and then. Joyce Wells, Edna White, and Gayle Slay constitute the secretarial staff of Walters and Smallwood, a shrewd team when it comes to Criminal Law. Their motto is "We know all the angles." . Elizabeth Edwards is just a mere housewife-what do we mean-a house, hubby and four kids! A full time job! R. P. Wooten is quite the "man about town" in the movie world. He puts the butter in the pop corn machine! Hubert Welch and Roy Williams operate "W 81 W" Charm School-Girls only! Netta Walters is a cosmetologist fmake-up makerl. She specializes in cosmetics for red heads! Betty Watson and John Tolar are typing instructors. They teach in twelve easy lessons how to type the alphabet-or money cheerfully refunded!! Sarah Thompson heads the accounting department at the Masonite Corp. She is trying to break in Virginia Chancellor and ,loan Vinzant. Gladys Barnette, Jean Wood, and Delores Hendry head a womanis committee on "The Emancipation of Housewives." They don't get much assistance from Mississippi's senators Edward Valentine and LaDette Rhodes. Thomas Kirkland and .lohn Reynolds manage Laurelis Municipal Rocketport. We see Eugene Covington piloting the daily rocket to Mars. Their passengers are always getting "carried away." Dorothy Rush is veterinarian Buddy Humphey's best customer. Dorothy runs a French poodle farm south of Laurel. John Rahaim and Keith Hoover are keeping steady company with the U. S. Air Force. MOVIE STARS COME TO LAUREL! IT HA PPENS ONCE - ' - RIGHT IN THE FACE --- EH, COACH? IN A LIFETIME This page is re d f l ngthy letters from those 6 seniors youfll neve f get. ' ' ,M 2, Q fa-2: 'fit' 'ij Oi X- ix K' t 6 A if .L Q. ffe ff WW E5 'feigle my its 2 QE?-liie, ii is 2- T' 22 t 4224 SN A -,Nh E .. ,,, 3 F' f if -,ww an-.':, J .. , 1 I fm? A ., ,gmac S :wuz H j i - . -. . , gf' 5 .13 if wfvrem-mnffhwwmwf , QQ xi Q 6' ya-we if I 4 f., s S . ,, , x lk, Xl, , is 1 .- ' al ,, ' f A ' " N :Q 3. . 1 Q 3 1 4 John Christian Lessie Hearn Geraldine Austin Billy Jean Aycock Gladys Barnett Maureen Bowers Lloyd Brannon Levon Breland Max Brent Norma Brogan Howard Bryant James Wray Bush John Butler Clarence Cheek John Christian Shirley Close Sarah Cole John Collins Sarah Collins Eva Craven Nancy Crawford Jena Crossley Mary Crumbley Mary Dennis Donnie Dollar Barbara Elkins Eugene Fairchild .IUNIORS Dennis Acree Jimmie N. Ainsworth James Allen Shirley Anderson Carolyn Appling Jean Atwood 5' H. MQ rgsartir .. ,. 1 .. I. f . ,. , nl d J Q .f 1 w Nr ' Q1 , 21, ,- Y Y A Vi X lk' 1 ix xii? ' -sa S fi is -Q. f Q is 'Aj lu ,.-1-'fi --'SIT' fa I Ki? ,M J Q J ag f - Q f Q . J. oi J l x Teddy Fishkin Patricia Fowler .limmy Garbo .loan Giles John Gilliland 1 Charles Gillespie Vernice Glenn Joe Goodwin Pete Hanna Edwin Harper Richard Hart Ann Hawkins .lackie Hearn John Hearn Lessie Hearn Doris Holifield Fred Hosey Walter John Hubbard Billy Hurst Homer Ivy Flora James Victor Jones Wallace Jones Edna Sue Jordan Shirley Kilgore Tommy Kirkland Donice Knight Marianne Lawrence Jane Law Billy Little Oscar Long Pat Maddox Shirley Mayfield Patsy McBride Joy Don McCraw JUNIORS R, Y 5 K Y .A X if .rx gs' w 4 X sex , .1 9' I ', A --4' f 13 '91 ' ey. 3' ' , Nz? " ,qi lv it V. LQQQ. i . X ' f 'JF , .af , 'A 1 K li V A ' FN ,iz I ff BA V, . E iiii kia 1 A K G 'xii gm F Q E i Bonnie Mclnnis Marie McKinnon Jimmy McNair Jimmy Nell Meeks David Merritt Karleen Miller it Bobby Moore at Cordon Myrick ' " 'Nr r W Peggy Neely ' Q Q .fi Willamac Newton 3 .ir if ag, . 1 ,ik , , is ,avr X A f H - wr dnt Tati?g?4e Gay Nix Estelle Norwood Delores Overstreet Tommy Padgett David Parker Gwendolyn Parrish Jo Anne Phillips Phyllis Polk Stephen Powers Kay Profilet . Virginia Ray LeDette Rhodes Howard Richardson Glenn Roark Bernice Roberts Kernel Roberts Edwina Robinson Robert Rogers Pat Roseberry Ann Russell Mildred Seefeld Tommy Shinn Charlene Simmons Bennie Smith Evelyn Smith in JLI IORS X A yoss as 'Fil ,W 4, 3, nur 'TSX r' sf r 1-f ff '- , ' f or ssss v or f' K A K KY ik S. L. Smith Elizabeth Sommers Billy Stewart George Temple Shirley Temple Delores Testerman Elwin Testerman Harriet Thigpen Betty Thomson Geraldine Thompson Billy Tipps Joyce Tolar Robert Toney Virginia Turman .lackie Valentine Therrill Valentine Martha .lo Varner Louie Varner ,loan Vinzant James Wallace Shirley Wallace Charlene Walker Tommie Wahlstedt Betty Wansley I. B. Wash Peggy Wolfe Louise Wood Louise Yerbough Nancy Graham Shirley Hudson Joyce Parrish Bobbie Winslett JUNICRS g ,-J i : ' GX Jackie Mapp Dwight "Hamburger" Harrison Barbara Barnett Shirle Bass Boyce Beatty Phil Berry Jr. SCJPHOMORES Frank Adams Ed Ainsworth DeKalb Alexander Shirley Anderson Bobbie Atkinson Mary Ann Aycock Y in - : Shelva Baughman 1 'Q Q by Na... Q w 4' f 'xx in -'Gi figural, se 1 "is if wiqg . ' ',. .lane Beverly R W A 4, B A Charles Blackledge - L ' i ' Katherine Blackwell 'T ,B Elizabeth Boggs B B' B f B Molly Boone B A k 'i M57 i ii A li 1 g ii QQ Bi L 3 Patricia Bowen QVL, , CB, J may Lewis Bowers L, 2 4. Harold Boyles B mu W B 4 Kenneth Bozeman j ' -g B Kaisa Braaten 'N g Y. Q N F X f QF 'H X QAM ig' " .YA Ada Lou Bradshaw fg ,B is A siee .:.-.Q B 51-' A Bobbie .lean Brady A ' Y ' t g My P 'Q A W . ' 1 Pat Brady , i A T 1 -l.. as ' Q Delores Brannon ' B w ' ,af A Robert Brewer A ,-:. r ' BBZA . A I Le B i 3 ,sl B H 1 5 I .Q fx Bobby Broadway John Brondum Charles Brown Donald Brown Thelma Bryant 3 ii -f"y:B A -,- ,M ' B ' has A . V i Maxwell Bryson Jasper Buchanan Billy Burton Jack Burnham Mary Busby Raymon Busby Arnold Bush Billy Bush Linda Caldwell Ethel Ann Cameron John Carey Bobby Carlos Kenny Carter Nancy Carter Patsy Caver Reba Chancellor Ray Chandler Latrell Childers Helen Clearman Bob Coffin John Conrad Yvonne Conrade Chris Covert J oe Craft Laura Nell Craft David Crane .leanette Crane Bobby Cranfill George Craven Lewis Craven Frederick Cressman Barbara Daly Kenny de Boxtel Charles Dilmore George Dixon SOPHOMCRES -it 3 5 sw, Ellis ,s Q1 lv A. C t XM' .' AM t ' D 10- Q gs?-'fy v.:,g. ef V .ev . eff ,L X ,QQ K V V Y x 5 l l 5 fn if A K Q wwf i 6 5 it . fn W , 4 ,, 1ff2'4C.. din Na 1. 1 2' -I 'fi ' xi Qv? . Q " W a r C SOPHOMORES Tommie ,lean Dixon Bob Dreding Joanne DuBose Shirley Duke . 2, W W v T i -'sr 4 f v Q' Betty Dyess A 4. 1 W m 1 , . as 'F f 'A Reba Elkins Rudy Elkins Bennet Easterling C. B. Ellzey Kenneth Faulkner 2 Billy Fleming Sylvia Flowers F? V Billy Ford ,fm aj. Carl Ford fl Bobby Foster , x, Grardon Fowler , Mx Billy Gandy iz "' Leroy Gibbons Helen Graham Jeanette Graham X Carolyn Guarrels George Hall Carolyn Hammack Carroll Hammack Bobby Hammond Roy Hammond A Tommy Harbour oL Frances Harris - ' Dwight Harrison ' , Lera Dena Harrison X lf s' is he lil F Sandra Hawkins 7. SSP lbs David Hart Q 'W , ' , if? .lohn Hartman ' 1 . Q Carey Hauenstein 'I Q Shirley Hearn ' fi , ,vi vs ci Anna Henderson Annette Herrington Chalmers Higgason ,loan Hines Merle Holifield ,lessie Hollingsworth L. N. Hollaway Julian Holston Nell Hubbard June Hughes Mary ,lane Hughes Rendol Hutto Billie .lean Ishee Dave Ann Jackson George Jackson Ameria Jenkins Myrna Jolly Bobby Jones Charles Jones Elizabeth J ones SOPHOMORES F. r. EF 'fig f' .lack Jones Q Jimmy .lordan ' ' 7' Billy Keyes ui - - . Y Larry Lacy L, f G Lydia Laurendine . L w E 1 4 x . l Mildred .loe Laurendine Willie Fred Lawless Atley Ledlow Billy Legg Gayle Little Pat Lockhart Donald Logan Mimi Lomax Walter Love im Barbara Lowr 1 M it r f y . s A it sgf ,, 1 ' :'i it l 4 ii giky 27 t i", V ore A V Dorothy McBride Mary Ann McCardle Joyce McDaniels C. B. Mclnnis Dorothy McKinley Bobby McNair Edgar McNeil Tommie Jean McWhorter Jackie Mapp Glenda Matthews Katherine Mayfield Billy Meeks Janet Meeks Cay Miller May Miller David Moffett Jerry Moss May Dene Moody Joanne Moore Carolyn Morris Patsy Moss Audrey Myers Hazel Myers Joe Myrick Fleta Nesom Haskel Nicholson Jerry Nicholson Toby Nix Leo Norwood Wayne Parrish Charles Parker Jeanette Parker Lillian Parker Janice Parnell Phil Parrish SCJPHCMORES . up-gb 3 cg l f.'P ,. 1 35 1: K . ' --fr-f . ar. 1 i J SX 5 K A+ JW gy Q' 1 P 'xt if , ...N - ' ' fx '11 I ' ' H - ws. XV 'xl' -.-, E: W, ., ki.. KK J 1 -X P' ...- fs t"ffr'iJt .fact x N Q i Q - '32 Ss E' N J 4 x ., ,Ak SOPHOMCRES Albert Peacock l Bernice Poole f ' J. C. Pope 'N Robert Prather - Bob Prine ,V in 5- ? 1' 1 X Y , if fl x Frances Profilet Scott Purvis Evelyn Pylate Eudel Rawson I Quida Raynor e Randy Reeves A . W Mildred Revett e- 35' g ' Charles Rimes I- W Rose Risher f l 'P C l R b' L ay e o mson I Q ya-.s q ,M sk y ., Betty Ross ' Carolyn Scott A I Marlyn Seefeld R as U .Ian Sharpe . - . "" ' " Donald Sheppherd if X 5 K, . K , . xl Sue Shepperd 9, - Thomas Sherman Q' Harry Simmons ,ig We ' Harmon Sims ,,--'T' Q Bettie Jo Smith 5 ' as X , k ilxx sul- K vf Af f A Billy Smith James Smith Laverne Smith Martha Smith Billy Stevens Anita Stewart K. Doris Mae Sullivan - A Magdelene Sumrall Mae Swartz Robert Swinney fff 4 .r 'C' K ff ' 1,1 'Cv 1 4 ii i: -4 3 Q3 'O ,- -f".'F' k r X sfi 'Aa ,ri ,mi U lr. 1 '55- Y, '- Clif L Tommy Taylor Mary B. Thickens Clifford Tolar Deloris Toombs Carolyn Touchstone Lillian Upchurch Betty Upton Charles Upton Elaine Valentine Lahoma Valentine Shirley Vaughn John Vernon Doris Vogel Doris Ann Walker Felton Walker Lew Wallace Mary Jo Walters Rayburn Walters Joe Watson Max Watson Allen Weldy Betty Claire Wells J oy West Ronald West Judith White Levon Williams .lon Allen Williamson Ray Williams Fred Wilson Morgan Wilson Peggy Wilson Allison Wyman Vivian Wood Jackie Woods Edwin Young SQPHCMQRES ,I v- 'lin . 4 S- A' .. an Q1 J mi' . . -:,.N Lk Li V. ,cu X fi J X 'it'a A ' My . A 1" if f' f V s f e .iz 3. fx K ! Q g y,st is C V e -were is f C. if ll 6 W, .ii 1 ! E i Tk -1 L ssiu gg gag ml' f 'Q' K P., . . Y Q- 1 SW4 ilti' 1 1 4 ,mmf 'lung N' 'W' 1.-f .ur""'0nm D ,. 9. s 5 an A og Q H A, - Qs W Q " 1 8 x s ,Q w. ar S23 muah' ,--" ,,..w-0 .,.,--0 -'ff' 6-.. I' 1 3 Arrow W MWQ2 W'14"' W ,j4,,,!L.f1f 25.17 Url!-' I 4 2 C'MiMfV.5 Mi? Vl- .,W f ,J V , , W My JJ! VY 14144 'M' , L1 0 M f np ' JO! 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We- 1 ,az V Y V N -n--.-......,..,....f ,X Ar Y 'gi L Y f' ,A :M a .KX ', f f 'X QQ 1 x , V . ' 'E' an r 'ip Q at X 7 L Q S i --.-...W an-'Sf PROJ ECTIONIST CLUB Bobby Wyatt President J oe Craft Vice President Shelva Baughman Secretary and Treasurer Miss Estelle Edwards Sponsor ,Wm i T23 SPANISH CLUB Lessie Hearn President Sarah Collins Vice President Betty Thompson Secretary Maureen Bowers Treasurer Miss Mary Mohberly Sponsor DEBATING CLUB James Herrington President Frank Pilgrim Vice President ,lo Anne Phillips Program Chairman Miss Ellen S. Saterfield and Mrs. Bob Morrison Sponsors 'Q aw X . N 4 Q xv as W4 ,x4,fit ...1 -J 'Ui , 3 M, Sw 19' Mf 3 V fr' -I 1 all -Ng, G33 6 1318. -W , , N zu K . gif" . 4 A, J -. ,, 'YM' , - W5-' 5 if x f lim . X , , Q an L V 5'. .Q , HU We T Bill's Browser" On 'R TIA! "Pau1a's Puddle-jumper" qfnumhcr 1 1 Have A CLUB " Swetmarfs Squautou "Jena's Junk" 'W1llie's Wagon" "Bubba's Bug" "Paula's Puddle-jumper flllllllbiif 2.3 , N lib 'A' v X I E.. V' . W X l J --Qf x "Hol1iugsworth's Hotrodu 800816 s Buggy ,lune Ruffin Associate Editor Cate Brewster Business Manager QRS" Ronnie Willett I 0' X lt STAFF George McNeill y Associate Editor 3 Jimmy Rowsey Clara Carr Assistant Business Manager Art Editor -71 Charlotte Walters Paula Powell Sports Editor Literary Editor Photo Editor ZZ ,. 3212 '- : - QQ?fsi2:ts' 1 .Y R , 'A x wmv ,-X. F ,Ang Q Y 'F M 5 ii 5 1:- iqg ig 9 'I' , 5 an . NZ 0 1 02 'n 'A 'u 'J 0, i ..'901 'S FOOTBALL I va .INWN4 n i ,, L L 21' if , L 1 . H 4 S K A w ars: A f m . ,b tj: , , A S X, ,. ... : a s .... L' ,. ::,:: -:g i r, , ,.,, a -r : ,ra K, 4 K on K . .fn I :Q D tl : J 5 I jr5.,,,..r,1?T ig. F 5 If - ngfff l .ri ,L V :sig , COACHES JOE OVCA ARTHUR VAN TONE JOHN CHRISTMAS MANAGERS BOB COFFIN C. B. ELZEY GLENNON GRADY SEASONS SUMMARY The 1951 Tornado season found the team-rolling up six wins, four losses, and one tie. The '51 schedule was as follows: Laurel ......,......... 0 Laurel ................ 7 Laurel ......,......,,, 34 Laurel ,.............., 20 Laurel ,1....... Laurel ................ 33 Laurel ....,... - ....., 14- Laurel ..............,. 27 Meridian .........,........ 14 Jackson -- ........... 28 Canton ,,,. ....,,. 1 4 Biloxi ..,,,.... ....v.. 1 9 .-.--,-14- Brookhaven Natchez ,,,., ......, 2 8 Pascagoula .............. 14 McComb Laurel ...,............ 6 Mosspoint ...., 113 Laurel ....,,.,......., 20 Gulfport ..... ....... Laurel ................ 14 Hattiesburg ..,,....,, 21 ff W' . Mgr eq, f . T 5, .H C Q . Qi NH Qu R 1 W A 4P""r Q 'Q S14 !"f- ".f', 'w" 'J:,vf', "fx, it Arfjljtfx f, rttievk... i1,,YLx,?,'e'f1Av,,.,li.,' ,ty,0l,A 1 Q 2, ,Af f g? 1,4 fs' a 11, 1.1-241' ' , ff., Lpfrfl ,135 vw ff. QQ 1 ':5 ,,,g4f,'. f"-ff 31 ,' ffg. 9 4 gan .,Q .4 Q w . J 5 f Ii f I .A ff '. ' 1,1 -'MEL-i','s" 'HV if". ff f-'Q'-' 'wf ff Qi' 'uCfa W Q H, f-W fl H 1- , f 1 1 ' rl ,px 9 :Y -f. ri. rf? 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Before you close the book, we, the staff, would like to tell you, "thanks," We want to let you know how grateful we are to all who have made this yearbook possible-to each member of the student body who has co-operated so willingly with our efforts to produce a first-class book fuli of memories of the past year's activities: . . .to the photographers who have been so patient with us when we ran in at the most impossible hours wanting this print or that print or when we decided at nine o'clock Thursday morning that we wanted the "L" Club picture taken at recess, . . .to the faculty members who smiled and pitched in when we needed a few extra hands to figure averages or dig up activity records and who never got the least bit mad when we came to class with poorly prepared lessons because of long working hours the previous nightg . . .to our parents who didn't mind our eating supper before the rest of the family did so that we could get back to work by seven o'clock and who let us use the family cars for running a thousand errands, . . .to Mr. and Mrs. Albritton who managed to keep enough food at Tyte's to feed us when we got hungry while we worked and who let us use their place of business' for our division sheet pictures, . . .to the janitors who unlocked numberless doors for us when we had no keys and who kept the floor of the Student Activity Room clean even though we were terribly careless about where we threw useless paper or pictures, . . . to our best-friends, who didn't get to see much of us, but who stuck by us through all our- after-school and evening sessions and lent a helping hand when needed. ...to our faculty sponsor, Mr. West, who didn't mind being hounded day and night by confused staff members, who cleared up our troubles with a smile, who patted us on the back when we got a little discouraged, and who guided us through to the very end, we offer our sincere appreciation-many thanks, Chief. 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