Moorhead Agricultural High School - Retrospect Yearbook (Moorhead, MS)

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Wi Mya 'rf Izttzng f.t.xKLg i x g tlgzlxgtl "'n::':l,1X xi: l ' I g li . I X Qjx r Xx-gnu I 'xgf I 3 ' 5 I IIII IHEIIBIIIIHUSPIEI SUNIIHPIVLISIIE? II! lI4SN3IL6EIIT OIUllIHI HHHIEIHHIHHI HIGH SHHHIH AT MOQIQIIEAD, MISSISSIPPI COPYRIGHT. 1941 M1941 H I P I HH HI SUNHHWE HHHIEHHHHH IMPHHHH1---ANI EHHEWITAIT So goodbye! The luring memory of the gumbo Clinglng to your feet shall call you backg Dawn and dusk, and dark, and day shall be filled with thoughts Of Classroom, Fellows, field and track. But goodbye! You have your school's best blessing Thoughts relived can never be dead, And always, in glancing backward You may look ahead. -CARMEN ALLEN' EANTEATA ALMA MATEH AUMINISTHAT EAEULTY ELASSES AETIVHTES EEATUHES ATHLETICS UUH PA THUNS J f H l M H M H I I H October lHl llllll IN Hlllllllllll September September September September 9-Opening of School 9-Get Together lO-Opening Exercises l3-Football lArk. AGM? September l3-Freshman Stunt Night September i9-Lyceum lC-eorgina Ballina? September 27--Football lRaymond? September Z8-Dance October 4-Homegoing October 7-Lyceum lDr. Strangfield? October ll-Football lSummit? October l5-Class Officers Chosen October i8-Football lEllisville? October 20-Dance October 23-Petals Staff Organized October 25-Homegoing 3l -Halloween Party November l-Football lCo-Lin? November 6-Dramatic Production November 9-Dance November i4-Football lSouthwes- tern Frosh? November i5-Dance and Concert November 20-25-Thanksgiving Holi- days December 6-Lee - Wilson Football C-ame December 7-Debate Tournament at Delta State Teachers College December 7-Hi-Y Conference December 8- l 5-Rel igious Week December l 3-Football Dance December l7-Basketball lNorwood Flyers and Coca-Cola Triangles? December l7-Piano and Voice Re- citals December l8-Band Concert December l9--Choir Program December 20-January 2 - Christmas Holidays January lO-Retrospect Staff Chosen January lO-l l-Basketball lC o o d- man? January l5-l6-Basketball lE l l i s- ville? January 20-Mid-Term Examinations January 24-Second Semester Begins January 24-Homegoing January 24-Basketball lDecatur? January 30-National Defense Week Observed January 3l-President's Ball February 4-5-Basketball lSenatobia? February 7--Basketball lOle Miss Frosh? February 8-Basketball lWesson? MM February l8-Lyceum lBen Greet Players? February i9-Basketball lNew York Celtics? February Zl-Homegoing February 27, 28-March l-Basketball Tournament March 4--Ole Miss Clee Club and The Mississippians March 7-Basketball Dance March l2-I3-High School Rally March l3-Homegoing March Zl-Little Theatre March 22-H. S. Literary Exams. April 4-H. S. Chorus Contest April lO-l l-College Rally Days April ll-Homegoing April ll--Delta Field Meet April I2-Band Contest April 25-H. S. Track Meet April 25-Platform Events lRaymond? April 26-College Literary Exams. April 26-Tennis Tournament May 3-Track Meet May lO--Baccalaureate May l-4-Commencement Recital May 15-Commencement Play May i6-Commencement May i6-Dance 6 S For his infinite patience, his tireless good humor, and his loyalty both to Sunflower Jun- ior College and Agricultural High School in trying to mix successfully good work and wholesome fun, we, the stu- dent body, dedicate this annual to Spencer Murphy. Slllllll lllllll'Hl lHl IllHNl l - P ALICE M. JANNEY Dean of Women, Professor of English B.S., George Peabody College, M.A., George Peabody College, Graduate Student, George Peabody College, Graduate Student, University of Col- orado. l CARL H. EVERETT Administrative Dean, Professor of Chemistry B.S., University of Mississippi, M.S., University of Mississippi, Medical Cer- tificate, University of Mississippi. Hiill lil llllillll SUNFLOWER COUNTY Sam Jones, President ---- Indianola, A. M. Applewhite, Secretary - Moorhead, H. Lee Herring ------ Ruleville, Miss Miss Miss W. M. Duncan - - lnverness, Miss T. C. Sledge - - Sunflower, Miss E. A. Tanner - - Indianola, Miss. HUMPHREYS COUNTY E. C. Sample -------- Belzoni, Miss. G. C. Rogers - - - - - - Louise, Miss. Mrs. J. F. Slaughter - - Silver City, Miss. LEFLORE COUNTY L. S. Rogers - - ---- Greenwood, Miss W. G. Poindexter - - - Morgan City, Miss PHISIIHNI PHUI WESI nan sul 1' ms an 519 'iii KSN 'lil P11415 SWK zfwwv YYIWK ' Oil ADMINISTRATQON BUILDING STANSEL HALL W. , f,f- FRESHMAN GIRLS DORMITORY ' ? gy' , M ' .. - ....x M 1 x Q 2 , X .. , ,.,. I E- : .::,5,.Z :E l:.,,::,:,Ei,': :,. ,. H?-jk ..., Jjiwugsm y M3 5 W' ' ,J f Viiw Q 'f ' W5 X , XV, A , gf A Jinx X E .,,. , ,Q , , V , - , H, ,X Q55 M g A 4+ I N whim ANMJ mv ,N QQ - W , H ? W W 'uw Q5 9 Wi, K V ZA Y fl ?,A Qug,H,,fg5Q 4a x . , 14 K 1 ' , vw 4' Q, , , fp-w 1?AWlQEaiWff?V Q2 'Www YW ffyxfwgf' H fs' .-I " A ' is Axgqgfx 'W - Q wwwmhi " Wax- COLEMAN HALL 1--mmnmmw BOYS' DORMITORIES 14 MAIN ENTRANCE 15 FACULTY H. L. KING Business Manager and Com- merce. B.S., Mississippi A. 5' M., Bow- ling Green University. FACULTY AGNES B. HUNTER Registrar and Commerce B.S., West Tennessee Teacher's College, Graduate Student, Uni- versity of Indiana, Student of Bowling Green University. SPENCER L. MURPHY 'RICHARD H. EDDY G. T. MCCLENAHAN Social Science and Athletic Director B.S.C., University of Mississippi, Graduate Student, University of Mississippi. HERMAN A. THIGPEN AUBREY C. HARRIS Biology Chemistry College, M.S., University of Mississippi, Graduate Student, Vanderbilt University. JANIE STENNIS History and Social Science B.A., University of Mississippi, M.A., University of Mississippi, Graduate Student, Duke Uni versity. Spanish and Latin French and Psychology B.A., University of Mississippig B.S., Delta State Teacher's Col- M.A., University of Mississippi, lege, M.A., George Peabody Diploma, Centro De Estudios College, Graduate S t u d e n t, Historicos, Madrid, Spain. Johns Hopkins University. B.S., Mississippi State Teachers B.S., University of Mississippi. R. D. RODGERS Social Science and Coach B.S., University of Mississippi, Student, Coaching School, Nash- ville, Tenn. l i n GEORGIE C. HODGSON History B.A., Southwestern University: M.A., George Peabody College: Graduate Student, Vanderbilt University, Graduate Student, George Peabody College, Grad- uate Student, University of Wisconsin. FAEULTY B.A. University ot Tennessee, M.A., Vanderbilt University. FAEULTY MAMIE DELL ELLlS High School English B.A., M. S. C. W.g M.A., Co- lumbia Universityg Graduate Student, George Peabody Uni- versity. Collegiate Mathematics High School Mathematics Student of Wichata University. M. E. THARPE Agriculture B.S., Mississippi State College, Graduate Student, Mississippi State College. MABEL O. PENROD NANNIE PEARL SCROGGINS B.A., Friend's University, M.A., B.A., M. S. C. W., Graduate University of Kansas, Graduate Student, University of Missouri. W. R. KNIGHT Vocational Agriculture B.S., Mississippi State Collegeg Graduate Student, Mississippi State College. FANNIE OWINGS MARY LOU STREETER Home Economics President's Secretary B.S., Mississippi State Teacher's College: M.S., University of Tennessee. MRS. MARY STEVENS GOLDEN Matron of Sophomore Dormi- tory Nurse Graduate Kings Daughter's Hos- pital, Greenville, Miss. MRS. C. W. COONS Education and High School English B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University. IIEULIY MR. C. W. COONS Director of Band and Orchestra B.A., Bradley Polytechnic Insti- tuteg B.Ed., Illinois State Nor- mal Universityg Post Graduate Work, Northwestern Universityg National Music Camp, Inter- lochen, Mich.g Knox Collegeg State University of Iowa. I l MARY HENRY APPLEWHITE Voice and Choir B.A., Diploma in Voice, Gren- ada Collegeg Graduate Study, Tulane Universityg Graduate Study, Chicago Musical Collegeg Graduate Study, University of Paris, Paris, France. FACULTY MELBA SMITH Piano B.S., Belhaven Collegeg B.M., Gunn School of Musicg Grad- uate Study, Chicago Musical College. ELLA SULLIVAN CHAMBLEY B.S., University of Alabama. MRS. EMMY KITTRELL MRS. OLA KNOX Matron of Boys' Dormitory Matron of Girls' Dormitory and Dietician Student, Iowa State College. 18 MADGE FEMSTER POTTER Study Hall and Library , --, .M----S. W, . , -V ,,,, ,. . , . Avg, " - - -, -kk ...,., A , i...--'-- """ ' ' ' " --,,.- , ,,,,.. - ---. ,...,- ' Q g IHE SHPHUMUIHS 19 I ui' ' SUPHHMUHES CLASS OFFICERS HUBERT FORIVIAN - - President BROCK SAVELL - - Vice President NANCY PENTECOST - - Secretary-Treasurer 20 HILTON ABERNATHY - - Leland Leeg Choir, l, 2. "Dark haired and eyed, a mystery for one never knows what his un- 'ced brain,.is contemplating? , f ' '.' y , f lk f .1 Af'1!L4,"t' !lnl'I!5-40, .'f . 1 f '14 :Q-fic. .ff Ari X ' fl L ERSEL BALLARD ----- lsola Wilson: Y. W. C. A.g Basketball l. "She has a quiet manner, twinkling eyes and a true love." LADONIS BEARD - - - Moorhead Wilsong Y. W. C. A. "Donne is not so noisy, and never makes a fuss, But everybody likes her and weire glad she's one of us." EARL BIBB ------- Drew Wilsong Y. M. C. A.g Football l, 2. "I'll soon cast off my boyish pranks and be a man." ROBERT J. BOYD - Camden, N. J. Wilson, Football l, 23 Basketball l, 23 Baseball l, 2. "He is stout of heart and strong of limb, a likeable fellow, and a great athlete." MARY BUSH ----- Blaine Wilsong Y. W. C. A. Secretary. "For satan finds some mischief still, for idle hands to do." LAMAR CARITHERS - - - Leland Wilsong Tennis l, 2. "Dark and handsome and a way with the women." JOSlE DELLE ARTERBERRY, Cruger Wilsong Y. W. C. A.g Literary Con- testant 2. "Two lovely roses moulded on one stem? ' 14,-w1f4.,.f. . 5 iw U-4, -a.,,g,1,,1,,,1 .-. .W .,,,,,v ,, alias, .Q14 A1 'fvik . f'l.b50lC4!,.-4.41 f,a1.,df7 " --,K .,,1,,. I !4,,4,4fj f, ,Af wfpif. i,.f 1 ' f','-me... ff,ve.,f,.41-iyfylzvlz ALFRED BARTHOLOMEW, lndianola li""' Wilsong Band lg Aviation 2. "In quietness and confidence shall be your strengthf' 22.5, 2 . Q , M W' an . Ol CLAYTON BETTERTON, Calhoun City Lee. "Little said may mean much accomplished? JAMES C. BOOZER ---- Boyle Leeg Y. M. C. A.: Who's Who Most Handsomeg Football 25 Aviation 25 Transfer from Mississippi State. "Twinkle, Twinkle, Football Star, You're a wonder, yes you are." GRADY BROWN ----- Drew Wilsong President Y, M. C. A.g Aviation 2. "Knowledge is power." ZELDA CARCH ---- Moorhead Lee. "Full of fun, lots of pep, Heaps of smiles, thats her rep." MARJORIE CHAPMAN - - lndianola Wilson Reporterg Retrospect Beauty lg Literary Contestant lg Petals lg Y. W. C. A. "Out upon it, I have loved three whole days together! And am likely to love three more if . it proves fair weather." VIRGINIA CLARK ---- Tippo Wilsong Y. W. C. A.g Pep Squad 23 Transfer, Northwest Jr. College. "A mighty voice that denotes power, It can be heard 'most any hour? DUDLEY CLOWER - - - Greenville Leeg Who's Who Best Dressed Boy: Literary Contestant I. "One of the best of boys, neat in ap- pearance, and has a personality that keeps a friend." DELCIE LEE COLE - - - Moorhead Wilsong Y. W. C. A.g Literary Contestant 2. "Industrial and intellectual, she merits success." CARL CONLEE ----- Leland Wilsong Choirg Band I, 25 Orchestra I, 2. "Inclined toward fun and frolic, a very likeable fellow." GEORGE COONS - - - Peoria, Ill. Wilsong Y. M. C. A.g Baseball I g Tennis 2. "Hold the fort. I am coming." FLORA FRANCES COOPER, lndianola Leeg Y. W. C. A.g Choir l, 23 Petals I, 25 Cheer Leader I, 25 Who's Who Cutest Girl I, 21 Most popular Girl I, 23 Friendliest Girl 2, Football Queen 2, Retrospect 2. "She canit be still a minute. Where thereis fun, sheys strictly in it." GEORGE DANTZLER - - Sunflower Wilson. "He who has courage is sure to succeed." JAMES CLIFTON - - - lndianola Wilson. "His intelligence we all respect, !This quiet fellow we call 'Lavec."i 'Jn 1 1 , 0 . , ft- r F V - .. , Vx' ' .. " '- sr' ' Q LENOIR COGGINS - - - Baldwyn Leeg Transfer, Mississippi Stateg Aviation 2. "Full of life and fun, With a smile for everyone." SUE COLLINS ----- Grenada Leeg Y. W. C. A.g Debate 25 Petals Staff 2. "Puts the best in everything she does." LUCILLE COOK ---- Moorhead Leeg Y. W. C. A.g Literary Con- testant 2. "Honor lies in honest toil." ALVIN COPELAND - - - Wheeler Wilsong Y. M. C. A. "Man is born for merriment." ODESSA COOPER - - - Spring Hill Leeg Basketball l, 2g Y. W. C. A. Literary Contestant 2. "Keep your face to the sunshine and you can never see your shadow., TEENIE DANIELS ----- Drevl ' Wilsong Y. W. C. A. "With her around there's fun and laughter, but never mind, she get: what sheis after." TYNDAL DAVIS - - - New Albany Lee, Track 23 Transfer, University of Utah "Reserved and quiet. We sometimes wonder what he is thinking." ., r Jffnf 1 4. "" .,r'3' - ', . .' '-er " 4 4. . g f A . 0 4 fun- 11-W, is V 1 W H- K H MARY NELI: Eu5Efz"f'-' - Wheeler Lee, Y. W. C, A., Tennis 23 Pep Squad, Dramatics I, 2, Literary Contestant 2. "As merry as the day is long." LUCILLE ESTES ---- Shannon Wilson, Y. W, C. A. "Pleasure is the sovereign bliss of humankind." ROGER FITE ---- - Grenada Lee, Y. M. C. A., Literary Con- testant I, 2. I l "He is dedicated to acids, poison gases and test papers." LUCILLE FORTENBERRY - - Drew Leeg Y. W. C. A., Vice-President 23 Who's Who, Most Intellectual, Most Dignified Sophomore 23 Literary Con- testant I, 2. "Dependable, accomplished, has high ideals and a leader in every respect." RAE FRIED ----- Indianola Lee, Y. M. C. A.g Who's Who, Best Dressed 25 Aviation 2. "A lady asirichly clad as she, Friendly? Exceedinglyf' LARON GILLESPIE - - - Randolph A f Leeg BasIGtball I, 25 Aviation 2. "A 'quiet-pleasing7na1mer liked by . everyone." '- 1 . 1 v. OTTIS EASLEY ----- Lyon Wilson, Y. M. C. A. "Like hearts of oak." OLIS ENGLISH ---- Booneville Lee, Y. M. C. A. "A smart young boy with plenty of vim and vigor? SUE FIKES ------- Isola Wilsong Y. W. C. A.g Pep Squad I. "Susie is good natured, and smile she must, As for that laugh, it never will rust." I-IUBERT FORMAN - - Indianola Wilsong Y. M. C. A.g Band I, 2, Sophomore Class President, Choir, Retrospect. "A boy once met you canit forget." EDITH FRAZIER ---- Myrtle Wilsong Tennis I, Zg Basketball I, 2. "Edith is a very good sport, She knows it too on the basketball court." CLAY GILLIAM ----- Myrtle Leeg Basketball I, 2. "His zeal will take him places." 7' f, ,fyfffwl-n lf VIVIAN GILMER - - - Indianola Lee, Secretary 25 Y. W. C. A.g Choir I, 2, Retrospect Beauty I, 25 -Retro- spect 2, Petals I, 2. "Proserpine gathering flowers, her- self a fairer flower." AARON GOLDEN ---- Drew Wilsong Literary Contestant I. "A man of great ability and pleasant . ways, excels in math." ,- -I. f bulk 'Lf ucwvnffy """fl"lA' at ff 'wi M fm' rn dililzmnv gk' A41 f !' uk? gif, L ,,kiyV.4 wg., ,EQ f,,PfeQTi,o f 'mffrf' www fain' PAUL GRANTHA ' - wAnguilla Leeg Y. M. C. . "He has the respect of all his fellows? LOUISE GRIFFITH - - - Sunflower Wilson, Y. W. C. A. "Rarely seen, but recognized as a good studentf' THOMAS GRISHAM - - - Baldwyn Leeg Aviation Zg Transfer, Union Universityg Y. M. C. A. "Manly and bright and yet some- thing more, Best sort of sport with spirit galore!! ORBY HAMBLIN - - Blue Springs Leeg Y. M, C. A. "A happy disposition merits success." EARL HILL ------ Okolona Lee, Football I, 2. "A little fun, a little play And I am happy on my way." MARTHA HINSON ---- Leland Wilson, Y. W. C. A.g Choir I, 2, Literary Contestant I. "Martha is a chatter box, She talks an awful lot But we like to hear the things she says, So it really matters not." MINNIE FRANCES GOODWIN, Hardy Leeg Y. W. C. A. "Her words are few but her friend- ships are many." MOORE CREER - - Sikeston, Mo. Lee, Football I, 2, Choir lg Track I. "Those who know him best, admire him most." MARY CATHERINE GRISHAM - - ----------Baldwyn Leeg Basketball I, 23 Retrospect Beauty I, 2, Basketball Queen 2. "As a basketball player quite a rep she has made, But her beauty and good nature make her honors fade." ESTHER GUERRY ---- Schlater Wilsong Pep Squad 25 Dramatics 23 Literary Contestant 25 Transfer, Jud- son Collegeg Choir 2. "She knows where she's going and doesn't stop to ask the way? DARL HARRISON ----- Shaw Leeg Y. W. C. A.g Pep Squad I, 23 Literary Contestant Ig Retrospect Staff 2. "They say 'Darlyn' means right well, But love doth make her ponder, And though she trys to do her work, Her mind doth sometimes wander? JIMMY HILL ---- Greenwood Lee. "One who gets the most out of life." JOE HUNTER - - - Water Valley Lee, President 23 Y. M. C. A.g Track I, 25 Tennis I, 2. "Another good man, a worker be- sides And a wagon hitched to a star he ridesf' ROBBIE DORIS INGRAM - - Alva Leeg Basketball I, 23 Y, W. C. A. "Unruffled as placid lakes in early morning." LOUISE JONES ---- Inverness Leeg Choir I, 2, Y. W. C. A.g Pep Squad I. "From her outward appearance one would never guess that mischief lurks behind those twinkling eyes? GENE LANHAM - - Montpelier Wilson. "Strong in will to strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield." ,. ,, 4, if , Q, , ,f D I 4' . I 1 fi W W Y 1 .4 'I CALVIN LOGAN ----- Drew Lee, Aviation 2. "True, quiet and serene His future is forseenf' 7' f 1 . , , LESTER MARTIN - - Leeg Aviation 2. "A conscientious and gifted student? MARC MILLER ---- Moorhead Wilson, Secretary 23 Retrospect 2. "Work is work and must be done Yet as he works he has his fun." ALENE NEAL ---- Sweatman Wilsong Y. W. C. A.g Basketball Ig Literary Contestant 2. "Modest as her blushing shows Happy as her eyes disclose." T J Y A 1 ROY JOHNSTON ---- Shannon Leeg Football I, 2g Choir I, 2. "Bright, honorable, filled with wit, Heis an exception we will admit." . 1.n. A' . .,. wikis I .0 .au-4, X 1, ,,,,l..4 ag '- -. 4 EDWARD KOLB - - - sravfali Lee. "A sincere friend with a smiling disposition? FREDDIE LENNARD - - - Cruger Wilsong Y. W. C. A. "Life is made up of interruptions." 1 ff fu 1 K -' K 1 1 "1 1 . I l . rf' -, ' , I r .. L. 4-A, .-r if c I. H. Lf L. S. McKEE ---- Silver City Wilsong Aviation 2. '. v I "A large body, a broad smile, an all round good sport." EDWARD MILLER, Asburnham, Mass. Leeg Tennis I, 2. "If ambition will help any, he'll be one of the best." A , ,DQ-fu Cx Z-4--v L-F? 1 wiv... . n,.'f LMA Z-,ivvfa--'-" 4,4 A-4 ' I bvaavi Q.. I 5 DURWARD MORGAN - Calhoun City Lee. "A quiet manner, content with life." BLANCHE NORMAN ---- Rich Wilsong Y. W. C. A.g Pep Squad 2, Literary Contestant 2. "Reserved yet friendly and pleasant toog a girl of few words but high ideals." TRUXTON NORTHCUTT, Columbus Wilson, Y. M. C. A., Football l, 2, Basketball l, 2, Baseball l, 2, Who's Who Most Popular Boy l, 2, Friend- liest Boy 2, Mr. S. J. C. 2. "As an athlete, Truck really rates, And as a lover-Boy, he's great." GRACE NORWOOD - - Duck Hill Lee, Y. W. C. A., Basketball l, 2, Literary Contestant 2. "They always win the golden day Who listen much and little say." LAWRENCE NOSSER - - Vicksburg Wilson, Football l, 2. "Love for one, but friend to allf' MILDRED PATRIDGE - - Ruleville Lee, Y. W. C. A., Choir l, 2, Pep Squad l. 'IA loud voice, a willing hand, A faithful friend." NANCY PENTECOST - - Doddsville Wilson, Y. W. C. A., Choir l, Band l, 2, Quartet l, Class Secretary 2, Retrospect l, Z. "Strong in purpose, upholder of all that's right." MARY ETHEL POWELL - Sunflower Wilson, Y. W. C. A. "Work here, play there, I'm content anywhere." CHARLES PRUITT - - - Greenville Wilson, President 2, Band l, 2, Quartet l , Orchestra l, 2. "Charlie distinguishes himself in every attempt he makes." JAMES NORTON ---- Ripley Lee, Aviation 2. "He that has patience may compass anything." MARTHA NORWOOD - - Schlater Wilson, Y. W. C. A., Choir l, 2. "A flower of neatness on a stem of grace." CLYDE PARKER - - Calhoun City Wilson, Literary Contestant l, 2. "The secret of success is constancy to purpose." MARGARET PATTERSON - Jackson Lee, Y. W. C. A., Choir l, 2, Literary Contestant l. "Life is a jest and all things show it, 1 thought so once, but now I know it ,, A W -f ' .I 1 I ' I 4 lk - .Y , n - v REV' C-lx . , in . I ' " .4 1, f' I. TOMMY Poous -..- inaiafioia Wilson, Y. M, C. A., Reporter 2. "Self-respecting and conscience free." NEIL PRESSLEY - - Booneville Lee. "Ambition rules my brain and love my heart." MAURINE PYRON - - - lndianola Lee, Y. W. C. A., Pep Squad l , Basketball l, Retrospect. "Versatile and energetic, finds joy in everything she doesf' ELY RANDLE - - - Morgan City Wilsong Y. M. C. A. "A truer friend there never was." J,,a,4' . r . '. 'J Ji'-if . ' f-1 5 VICTOR RENFROW - Tiplersville Wilson, Aviation 2. "A rare good fellow that can use his mind." HOWELL RICHARDSON - - Shaw Wilsong Y. M. C. A.: Dramatics I, 2, Little Theatre 2g Stage Contestant 2. "If silence is golden, here is brass." JAMES PAUL ROTH ---- Drew Wilson, Football l, 2, Track I, 23 Who's Who Best Boy Athlete 2. "His football ability we admit is great, But as a lover, he really doth rate. With a gal like Nancy, looks and brains too, Gosh! What can't 'Saint' Paul Roth do?" RAYLENE SCRIBNER - - - Tupelo Wilson, Y. W. C. A. "Always smiling rain or shine, Always willing at any time." RICHARD SHAW - - Marks Lee. "A little nonsense now and then, Is relished by the best of men." HARMON SMITH - - - Booneville Leeg Basketball I, 25 Y. M. C. A., Vice-President 2, Voice Contestant I, 25 Quartet I, 2. "Hail, hail to Smith! we sing, Watch him place the ball in that ring." A74 , AZ- ,,,, .f,,,,,.,,, R+pwy4'C" ? C . f Wlflsedg f 21 y4ef'fMf5er rash JAMES RHEA - - - - Myrtle Lee. "Silent and unassuming, true as steel." - CAROLYN RIDDELL - - Moorhead Lee, Choir I, 2, Quartet lg Band I, 2, Drum Major I, 2, Petals I. "A sweet personality, a gentle smile, Just Carolyn's way-not a stylef' BROCK SAVELL - - - Rolling Fork Wilson, Y. M. C. A., Secretaryg Foot- ball I, 2, Track I, 2, Class Vice- President I, 2. "An excellent fellow, quiet, deep, Climbs the hills though they be steep." MILDRED SCRUC-CS - - Horn Lake Wilsong Basketball I, 2, Tennis I, 2. "Mildred does athletics of almost every kind, And a more agreeable person, you will never find." GLENN SMITH ---- Merigold Lee, Y. M. C. A. "Gentle, patient, kind and trueg Great is the work waiting for youf' BYRDIE SNELL ---- 'Inverness Wilsong Y. W. C. A. "The way to have a friend is to be one." JAMES SPARKMAN - - - Schlater Wilsong Y. M. C. A.g Aviation 23 Literary Contestant l. "True to his work and friends." KATHERINE SUMERALL - lndianola Leeg Y. W. C. A.g Literary Con- testant l. "Far may we search before we find A girl so gentle and so kind? 11.440 yi 40 ev fa ZAJCLI Z4 I X A ' tg f57'44o'-7.1 Jf-d,-1,Ql I7-fd ' ' w, Qiffxfxff fe - Li' 4' ff' -E7 . 'XPC' , gd. I 'I 1 ftffxa f EUGENE TAYLOR - - - sunfl0w5r""f ' Leeg Y. M. C. A.g Tennis l, 2g Aviation 2. "A joy both to teachers and frfiendsf' BERNICE TOWNSEND - Doddsville Wilson, Vice-President 23 Pep Squad l, 23 Y. W. C. A.g Business Manager of Petals, and Retrospectg Literary Contestant 2. "Bunt's very little, one inch she cannot spareg But somehow or other she lets us know she's there." ROY TRIBBLE ----- Cascilla Leeg Y. M. C. A., Aviation 2. "With gentle yet prevailing force Intent upon his destined course." MARY KATHERINE UPCHURCH - - ---------Inverness Wilsong Y. W. C. A.: Choir l, 2. ."'Reserved and quiet, -, The very essence of femininity." 4 S S l SAM VAN LANDINCHAM, Vardaman Leeg Y. M. C. A. "He is always teasing someone, but he has a serious mind that will take him places." A ,Il .1 --1 ......x.5 Elan' CARROLL SPARKS - - Mo tpelier Wilson, Y. M. C. A.g Literary Con- testant 2. "A likeable person, a regular fellow in every way." CARL SWANN - - - Blue Springs Leeg Y. M. C. A. "A willing answer to any call." VERTlE B. TEDFORD - - Darling Leeg Y. W. C. A. "A quiet blond, independent and dependable." PAUL TOWNSEND - - Belzoni Wilson. "He has a way all his own and we find it very pleasing." HAROLD TURNACE - - Yazoo City Leeg Y. M. C. A.g Band lg Literary Contestant l, 25 Stage Contestant 23 Petals Editorg Retrospect Staff. "There is no truer truth obtainable by man than comes from music." KL ' We -fbi:-LQAX LAWSON VAN DEVENDER - Gholson Leeg Y. M. C. A.g Basketball 23 Baseball l, 2. " A good sport in every way? 11 1" A. JV, DON, WARE -f ----- Belzoni u 'J ' , Leeg.Retrospect Staff l, 2. "Rich prizes wait for those who do not waveri' 1 INEZ WEATHERFORD, Red Bay, Ala. Wilsong Y. W. C. A. "When hearts are true, few words will do." . if-0-A"""'A 2 ,, Qs,-2 N5 J-B' U . ...us 55.-vw-rl-fi my 4 ,X -4,s,,p-I " Q ' J nv? LJI-sv' --"' LORRAINE WHITEHEAD, Indianola :B-.vxi-.Ln .,. ,1 Leeg Y. W. C. A. "Very persuasive in all things, , especially love." .- N U1 g.s,,,,r---"1 .u . I, n , - 1 .- '.l,,LDt'-- -x " 4 - - b .., A -., ,Q , ' u.. V , t 0 .. BILLY WILKINSON - - - Waxhaw l Wilsong Aviation 2. "Footloose and fancy free." ELIZABETH WOOD - - Indianola Lee, Vice-President 23 Y. W. C. A., Choir I, 23 Retrospect Editor 25 Who's Who Most Beautiful I, 2, Miss. S. J. C.g Literary Contestantg Pep Squad I, 2, Petals Assistant Editor I, 2. "Beautiful, intelligent, sweet personality, Shels not a dream but an actual reality." SYBEL WRIGHT - - - Doddsville Wilsong Y. W. C. A., President, De- bate I, 23 Pep Squad lg Choir I, 2, Literary Contestant I, 2. "She's the last word in neatness and sweetness - - - - in arguments too." EDWIN HUGHES SAMPLE, JR. dis- plays the latest in coiffure styles. V I ,, I 5 ,tl .f f ' L-L. NELSON WEBB -I 1 '- - ': Isola , I Wilson. .. 'Good will toward All." 1 . ' " FRANCES WILKERSON, Friars Point Leeg Y. W. C. A.g Pep Squad l, 23 Dramatics 23 Literary Contestant 2. "She is kind and sweet, good and trueg She's the friendliest friend one ever knew." ILA MAE WOOLEY - - Clarksdale Wilsong Y. W. C. A., Pep Squad lg Literary Contestant I, 2. "She's the high water mark of sweetness, intelligence and friend- linessf' MARY LOU WOODS - - - Eupora Leeg Basketball I, 23 Y, W. C. A. "Fd dice with danger ---- aye! And glory in it." Ola's Kids. Watching the heroes of the gridiron. Posin' Hi Mildred Hi Tower Hey, catch that treel Two cents he gets it O.K., it's a bet lt's an ole S.J.C. custom Hold that coat Tl'1ey're in the Army nowl Lonesome Kid? Cute Kids High Flyers X. X. XX N .ff Xflffz Ikgk x FHESHMIN 'w M511 'JM IHIIHIIIN OFFICERS ERVIN THIBAULT - - - - - - President SAM GRANTI-IAM - - Vice President JANE WILLIS - - - Secretary SIS ROTH - - Treasurer 32 HENRY AARDWEG Leland, Miss. EDWIN AIKENS Shaw, Miss. CARMEN ALLEN Indianola, Miss. CHARLES F. BENNETT Oxford, Miss. TRAVIS BENNETT Marietta, Miss. MARIE BLAYLOCK Grenada, Miss. GENEVA BRIDGES Winona, Miss. GUY BROWN Drew Miss. NAOMI BROWN Sidon, Miss. MAGGIE LOVE CLARK Silver City, Miss. TRELVI E COLLUIVI Golder, Miss. FRANK CRAWFORD Aberdeen, Miss. ,wfvv'x ' ' I , I I 5',.x.,.,-,A-, mf rf-'A' ' 1 1? Y ,-,:, -. I 5s 1 I ,y I l 'x MARJORIE ALLEN Belzoni, Miss. JAMES BARRETT Schlater, Miss. MARY ELIZABETH BEASLEY Ecru, Miss. MARGARET BOYD Doddsville, Miss. NEDRA BOWMAN Foules, La. EUGENE BOYKIN Catchings, Miss. JAMES BYNUM Pontotoc, Miss. EDDENE CHISM Lynn, Miss. JANE CHITTOM Leland, Miss. LOUISE COOK Moorhead, Miss. JOHN DANTZLER Winona, Miss. ELOISE DUGGI NS Greenwood, Miss. ROBERT EWING Ashburnham, Mass. EDWARD FORREST Vance, Miss, JEWEL FRAZER Booneville, Miss. JOE GREZAFFI Benoit, Miss. IMOGENE HARDY lndianola, Miss. ROBERT HARVEY Winona, Miss. WINSTON HUBBARD French Camp, Miss. JACK HUDSON Grenada, Miss. WADE HUFFMAN Wheeler, Miss. CUSTIS EUBANKS Drew, Miss. CUTHBERT EU BAN KS Drew, Miss. ROGER EWBANKS lndianola, Miss. RUTH GEESLIN Cascilla, Miss. SAM GRANTHAM Anguilla, Miss. HASSELL GREENE New Site, Miss. ALENE HASKINS Silver City, Miss. JOHN HEAD Ruleville, Miss. MALCOLM HERRINGTOIN Drew, Miss. Q r . ".,' r OW 5 ' , A . . , , , t 'll - . Q v- . .',, i I 5 MYRTLE INGRAM Sweatman, Miss. RUTH JARMON Sidon, Miss. CALVIN JOHNSON Doddsville, Miss. NANCY LEICH Moorhead, Miss. CULNARE LEVENSTEIN Indianola, Miss. BETTY LOU LOVE Itta Bena, Miss. CLYTEE McCLUNG Pittsboro, Miss. NELLE MCCLUNG Pittsboro, Miss. ELEANOR MCDANIEL Rome, Miss. PAT MCKEE Silver City, Miss. JOHN MCWHORTER Plantersville, Miss. LOUISE MEADERS Greenwood, Miss. ROSA BELLE JORDAN Pattison, Miss. IMOCENE KING Parchman, Miss. BERNICE LEE Carroliton, Miss. ADRIAN MARTIN Dorsey, Miss. LORENE MARTIN Montpelier, Miss. GENE MCCARTHY Baldwyn, Miss. ANNE MCELROY Tupelo, Miss. BRUCE MCELROY Baldwyn, Miss. FRANCES McKEE RuIeviIIe, Miss. MARILYN MILLER Moorhead, Miss. ED MORGAN Grenada, Miss. EARL MORRISON Osceola, Ark. MARY JOYCE NOBLE Anguilla, Miss. RALPH NORWOOD Drew, Miss. BERNARD ORR Morgan City, Miss. FRANCES PHELPS Drew, Miss. JOANNA PHILLIPS Indianola, Miss. RUTH PRATT Inverness, Miss. JACK RIVES Indianola, Miss. PAUL ROBB Moorhead, Miss. BLANCHE ROBERTS Silver City, Miss. RACHEL NERREN Greenville, Miss. CHARTOS NICHOLS Aberdeen, Miss. MARY STUART NICHOLS Buena Vista, Miss. CLYDE PARDUE Booneville, Miss. W. C. PATTERSON Booneville, Miss. MINNIE MAE PENTECOST Shaw, Miss. MARY ETTA PRICE lndianola, Miss. E. L. QUINN Drew Miss. J. V. RAY Drew Miss. SIS ROTH Drew, Miss. ELIZABETH SANDERS Greenwood, Miss. WILTON SANDERS Carrollton, Miss. HUGH STEVENS Isola, Miss. HAROLD SUDDUTH Pontotoc, Miss. CLAUDIA TEDFORD Drew, Miss, RUTH TRUSSELL Itta Bena, Miss. JOYCE TUNNELL Springfield, Miss. GERALD TURNER Drew, Miss. LEE HUGHES WALKER Drew, Miss. EDWIN WALLIS Baldwyn, Miss. FRANCES WATKINS Baird, Miss. LOUELLA SHAW Cascilla, Miss. SAM STAFFORD Winona, Miss. CAROLYN STAPLES Isola, Miss. LAMAR TENHET Drew, Miss. ERVIN THIBAULT Pittman, N. J. JEAN THOMAS Sunflower, Miss. MARJORIE TURNER Drew, Miss. NOEL TURNER Saltillo, Miss. VIRGINIA VAIL Montpelier, Miss. RALPH WATTS Schlater, Miss. GRACE WEBBER Montpelier, Miss. ONEITA WELLS Rolling Fork, Miss. RANDLE WILLIAMSON Baldwyn, Miss. JANE WILLIS Inverness, Miss. WILLETTE WILSON Winona, Miss. The campus limousine The annual in progress Ho Hum! Life's such a bore EULA BELL WEST Drew, Miss. CHARLES WHITTEN Cascilla, Miss. ARTHUR WILLIAMS Water Valley, Miss. rx s I5 Q 1 0 rv' I I J as 5, fill ffl f . Q I g 3. I xj ,L ' Lf I K 1-fl if I 'IF' Q' 'Yvlx,J x .- r, X I . ,lv ,ff V I , I 7 lv .W .. KATHOLEEN FERGUSON Moorhead, Miss. DAVID WOMACK Belzoni, Miss. Love making in progress A sack full of cuteness f-f--6 567 Q5 my--dv ,-,,,..:. . ..-f,- 2 .-1511, LP V---D HH SFNIHHS OFFICERS REX HOLLAND - - - President ADDIE RUTH MAY - - - Vice President MARY JANE WILLIAMS - - Secretary and Treasurer KATHLEEN CLARK - - ---- Reporter 40 JUANITA BARTLETT - Moorhead Transfer5 Athenian5 Girl Reserve5 Band 45 Junior Classical League 45 Literary Contestant 4. "Quietness is an indication of the ability to think." MARGARET BREWER - - Moorhead Philomathean5 Girl Reserve5 Chorus 45 Literary Contestant 4. "The fairest garden in her looks, And in her mind the wisest books." MELBA DODD ----- Blaine Athenian5 Girl Reserve5 Chorus I, 2. "They talk most who have little to say." FRANCES FREDERICK - Sunflower Athenian5 Girl Reserve. "Why worry? Life is short and sweet." GERTRUDE HARMON - Moorhead Athenian5 Girl Reserve5 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Literary Contestant 2, 3, 45 Who's Who Most Dignified Senior 4. "Least said is soonest mended." LOUISE HARRISON - - Moorhead Philomathean. "Lots of school spirit and lets us know about it." FLORICE JOHNSON - - Moorhead Athenian5 Girl Reserve5 Glee Club I, 25 Music I, 2. "Too much study is weariness to the flesh." BEATRICE BENNETT - - Sunflower Athenian5 Girl Reserve5 Music 35 Chorus I, 2, 3. "Love, goodness, sweetness in her person shine." KATHLEEN CLARK - - Moorhead Athenian5 Girl Reserve, President 45 Vice-President 35 Literary Contestant I, 2, 45 Who's Who Miss S. A. H. S. 45 Most Intellectual 3, 45 Dramatics I5 Class Reporter 4. "The hand that follows intellect can achieve? CATHERINE EASTER - - - Blaine Athenian. "A smiling blond with a pleasing personalityfi WALTER GIBSON - - - Moorhead OIyrnpian5 Hi-Y5 Track 3. 'tMen of few words are the wisest." JOHN MARSHALL HARPOLE - - - ---------Moorhead Lanier5 Hi-Y President 4, Reporter 35 High School Football 2, 3, 45 Class Vice-President I5 Who's Who Best Dressed 4. "He will relish a joke and rejoice in a pun." REX HOLLAND - - - Sunflower Olympian, President 45 Hi-Y Presi- dent 3, Vice-President 45 High School Football 2, 3, 45 Class Secretary I, Vice-President 2, President 3, 45 Lit- erary Contestant 45 Who's Who Most Versatile 3, 45 Most Popular 35 Mr. S. A. H. S. 4. "He smashed the play of a heavy line, And he did his best every time." BESSIE KELLY ----- Blaine Athenian5 Girl Reserveg Petals Staff, Business Manager 45 Class Reporter I 5 Who's Who Most Popular 4, Most Versatile. MIRIAM LANCASTER - Sunflower Philomathean, Co-President 43 Band I, 2, 3g Literary Contestant 4, Chorus 25 Who's Who Cutest Girl 3, Most Original 4g Class President 3, High School Petals Editor 4. "I am as free from worry as a turtle is feathers? RUTH NORWOOD - - ltta Bena Transferg Athenian, Girl Reserveg Choir 4. "Happy am I, from care I am free, Why ain't everybody contented like me?" CHARLES ROBB - - - Moorhead Lanier, President 4, Hi-Y Reporter 4, Band I, 2, 3, 43 Expression I, 2, 3, 43 Literary Contestant I, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. Reporterg Retrospect Staff 4. "Give to the world the best you have and the best will come back to youf' ELSA SMITH --------- - - - Guatemala, Central America Philomatheang Girl Reserve, Transfer. "The sweetest thing that ever grew beside a human door." KATHLEEN TAYLOR - - Sunflower Atheniang Music I, 2, 3, 45 Chorus I, 2, 3, Who's Who Best Dressed 3g Quartet 2. "Take it easy, have your fun And let the old world flicker on? ADDIE RUTH MAY - - - Sunflower Athenian President 43 Girl Reserve Treasurer 45 Retrospect Staff Editor 4, Dramatics lg Class Secretary I, 3g Reporter Z, Vice-President 4g Who's Who Most Versatile Girl 3g Literary Contestant 2, 4. "One who never turned her back but marched breast forward? VIRGINIA NOBILE - - - Moorhead Philomatheang Girl Reserve Vice- President 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4g Quartet 3, 4, Literary Contestant 3, 4, Who's Who Best Girl Athlete 45 Junior Classical League 3, 4. "Be slow in considering, but reso- lute in action." GUY SLEDGE ----- Sunflower Philomathean. "Know thy stuff, and be able to strut it." ARTHUR SMITH ------- - - - Guatemala, Central America Transferg Philomathean. "A dark, handsome Senor with flashing eyes." GEORGE TIERCE - - - Sunflower Transfer: Olympiang Who's Who Most Handsome 43 Hi-Y. "A gentleman and a scholar you seek? You have found him." MARY JANE WILLIAMS - Sunflower Atheniang Girl Reserveg Class Secre- tary-Treasurer 2, 4, Reporter: Liter- ary Contestant I, 4, Piano I, 2. lllllllll lllll EMOGENE FERGUSON HUBERT JONES - EVELYN BENNETT AMOS BOYER - - MR. MURPHY - Anderson, S. M. Bennett, Evelyn Bennett, Eugene Boyer, Amos Brewer, Bobby Bryan, Dan Burton, Toni Butts, Juanita Chesteen, Wm. Glenn Clanton, Clayton Dailey, Ed Davis, Fred Downing, Bertha Ferguson, Emogene OFFICERS Fryer, Maxine Frasier, June Gibson, James Gibson, Wallace Hanks, Harvey Hester, Arville D. Johnson, Andrew Jones, Hubert Jones, Lowell Maxwell, Jack McClain, Mary Louise Miller, Kathleen Moore, Jane Nettles, Madge 43 - President Vice President - Secretary - Reporter - Sponsor Poe, Ridelle Rimmer, Henry Riddell, Mal Jr. Ross, Kenneth Savage, D. C. Shinn, Doris Taggart, Doris Taylor, Maury Vinson, Alice Quay Walton, Jack Watson, Annie Dee Williams, Vance Wilson, Nelle Williams, E. D. llllllllllllllll GEORGE MCLEAN - ARTHUR SMITH - WILMA STAGGS - DEWITT HESTER - MARIAN KLUMOK MR. ROGERS - - Adams, Glen Anderson, Katherine Arant, Mary Katherine Bennett, O. B. Boyer, Joe Buchanan, Curtis Chrismond, Sue Clark, Joe Tom Daves, Billy Dudley, Frances Ellis, David Elmore, Dot Gilliland, Evelyn Harrison, Tommy OFFICERS Hanks, Abbie Hester, Dewitt Kelly, Evelyn Klumok, Marion Lagrone, Mary Jo McCool, Mildred McLean, George Meggs, Henry Miller, June Morgan, Junior Northcutt, Johnnie Oakes, Margaret Pittman, Freida Reiters, Raymond - President Vice President - Secretary - Treasurer - Reporter - - Sponsor Robb, Barbara Shaw, Sally Sledge, Virginia Smith, Arthur Staggs, Wilma Smith, Elsa Tindall, Nancy Smith, Amilcar Toler, Jane Walker, Mildred Whitten, Hilda Whitten, Pearl Williams, Sibyl Wood, Jack 44 ll lllllllllll lllll BARBARA PIERCE JOYCE JONES - HELENE BOYER - MARIE TOWNSEND MISS ELLIS - - Abel, Sara Adams, Otto Applewhite, Polly Bailey, Morris Bartlett, Sarah Alice Boone, Katherine Boyer, Helene Brown, Dean Butts, Frank Carch, Rae Castles, Charles Cave, Howard Chrismond, Louise Clark, Merdis Cooley, Carleen Conger, Hal Jr. OFFICERS Conger, Fred C. Deen, Billy Dunson, lone Dodd, Frances Ellis, Ruth Fitts, Ersel Cattin, Connie Oriffen, Kathleen Hancock, William Hairston, Mitchell Haynes, Purcell Hester, Margaret Johnson, Jane Jones, Joyce Knapp, Montez McMahon, John L. - President Vice President - Secretary - Treasurer - Sponsor Lindsey, Otway Miller, Ima Jean Mayorga, Mario Pierce, Barbara Pazos, Jose Pittman, Earl Wright Poe, W. R. Jr. Riddell, Sam Sutton, Frank Toler, Willie Alma Townsend, Marie Watkins, Dorothy Williams, Jo Beth Wyatt, J. C. Yeats, George Sutton, Bethel 45 ,,V,, ig 5 2935? L-Ax IVYL NMWN ,gwgm sam Qw+fsasu: W E QS J, QA M, 1 51- : X Q51 1 4, , W 'W .M ffwvi xHsaxmw x ' A- R1-. 5 , R N 34, ' ' Q X 3 QQ HIIIIVIIHS SYBEL WRIGHT LUCILLE FORTENBERRY President Vice President MARY BUSH MISS STENNIS MAGGIE LOVE CLARK Secretary Sponsor Treasurer This year the Y. W. C. A. has con- scientiously worked to carry on the pur- poses and ideals that have been set up and maintained by the organization in past years. By the projection of careful thoughts and consideration of its mem- bers, the Y. W. C. A. has greatly influ- enced the moral and spiritual lives of the students here. MARY CATHERINE UPCHURCH ---- Membership Committee MARY NELL ELDER - - - - Social Committee MARILYN MILLER - - Music Committee ILA MAE WOOLEY - Program Committee 'N "' 48 GRADY BROWN HARMON SMITH President Vice President BROCK SAVELL MR. EVERETT TOMMY POOLE 4 Secretary Sponsor Reporter The Y. M. C. A. saw its beginning in the first year of the schooI's history and since that time has occupied a most im- portant place in the religious as well as the social lite of our young men. Under the able guidance of their sponsor, Mr. Everett, the Y. M. C. A.'s seek to uphold the ideals for which they stand. CABINET CLYDE PARKER HOWELL RICHARDSON HUBERT FORMAN WINSTON HUBBERT SAM STAFFORD 49 ROBERT HARVEY iiiii iiisiiivis KATHLEEN CLARK VIRGINIA NOBILE MISS HODGSON EMOGENE FERGUSON ADDIE RUTH MAY President Vice President Sponsor Secretary Treasurer The Girl Reserves, as a Christian organization, has as its aim to create a better moral and social life tor the students of our high school. Through its work our girls are brought together in a closer friendship and prepared to face the coming world. HHIS' HI- MR. MURPHY JOHN MARSHALL REX HOLLAND CHARLES ROBB Sponsor Vice President Secretary The Hi-Y of the Sunflower Agricultural High School is a club of which we are justly proud. The boys have as their ideals: faith, loyalty, honesty, and courage. In living up to these ideals, they have become one of the most prominent organizations of the campus. 50 lllllHllNli llHll COACH COACH Miss Stennis Mr. Everett The 'Debating team, composed of two sophomore girls and two freshman boys, represented the college well this year in the North District tournament held at Delta State Teachers' College, Cleveland. In spite of obvious handi- caps, the team lost only by a small margin to last year's state champion, Raymond. Raymond won three out of four debates, losing only to Sunflower's negative. Sunflower also won three out of four losing to Raymond's negative, but due to individual percentage scoring the totals were in Raymond's favor. The creditable showing of the team was due to a great extent to the untiring efforts of Miss Stennis and Miss Allen. NEGATIVE AFFIRMATIVE Sybil Wright Sue Collins E. L. Quinn Edwin Aikens 51 lHl EHHIH i l DIRECTOR Mrs, Mary Henry Applewhite TENORS Spiva Carter Clifton Burrell B, B. Pennington Hilton Abernathy Lowell Jones The Sunflower Junior College Choir is an organization of long standing having been in existence since the first years of the schools history. Under the directorship of Mrs. Applewhite, the choir has attained high standing in the music circles of Mississippi. Jayne Chittom Willette Wilson Naomi Brown Elizabeth Wood Martha Norwood Marilyn Miller Mildred Patridge Maggie Love Clark Blanche Roberts Esther Cuerry Lee Hughes Walker Harmon Smith Charles Pruitt SOPRANOS Frances McKee Mary Catherine Upchurch Geneva Bridges Ann McElroy Mary Joyce Noble Oneita Wells ALTOS Culnare Levenstein Vivian Gilmer Marie Blaylock BASS Roy Johnson Roger Ewbank Arthur Williams Louise Jones Martha Hinson Joyce Tunnell Nelle McClung Ruth Norwood Clytee McClung Imogene Hardy Calvin Johnson Jack Hudson E. L. Quinn Hl llli CORN ETS Charles Pruitt Carl Conlee J. V. Ray David Womack Sarah Alice Bartlett FRENCH HORN Eloise Duggins Henry Aardweg Arville Hester Charles Robb Colleen Cooley The Sunflower Junior College Band has been under the direction of Mr. C. W. Coons for three years during which time it has expanded and improved until it has attained a high rank among the Junior College Bands of the State. Besides adding much to the enthusiasm and pep at the home ball games, the band also functions in many of the ceremonials and band programs throughout the State. C. W. COONS ---- - - - - Director CAROLYNRIDDELL - - - Drum Majorette TINSLEY THROWER - - - - - Twirler TROMBONE Ruth Trussel OBOE Pabll Robb Barbara Pierce Nancy Pentecost Lee Hughes Walker Juanita Bartlett BASS B. B. Pennington Ed Morgan Robert McRaven CLARINETS Harold Wright Sybil Williams Harold Sudduth Betty Lou Love Lamar Tenhet Wilton Sanders Jo Beth Williams Doris Taggart Edwin Beatty ALTO CLARINET John Webb BASS CLARINET Katherine Boone DRUMS Jack Hudson Nedra Bowman Frank Crawford FLUTE Hubert Forman Joyce Jones BARITONES Jayne Chittom Louise Harrison ACCORDIAN Margaret Hester CYMBALS Eleanor Ferguson SAXOPHONES Roger Ewbank Eleanor McDaniels Martha Harrison S. SHl'HllNlHS The Southerners is still an infant organization having been in existence only two years. Started as an experimental addition to the Music Department, it has proved to be a worthwhile organization and promises to be a permanent division of the Music Department. A little unusual is the fact that the orchestra has been directed this year by an outstanding student musician, Charles Pruitt. Through cooperation and tireless effort, the Southerners have become known throughout the Delta and because of their helpful services, have been called upon numerous times by the various civic organizations in this part of the state. CHARLES PRUITT - - Leader JAYNE CHITTOM - - - - Pianist MEMBERS Roger Ewbank Ed Morgan C. W. Coons Carl Conlee Jack Hudson C-len Adams Lamar Tenhet Lee Hughes Walker J. V. Ray 54 IHI SIINIIHIIIII IIIHIS HAROLD TURNAGE MISS JANNEY BERNICE TOWNSEND Sponsor EDITORIAL STAFF HAROLD TURNACE ------- - Editor-in-Chief ROBERT HARVEY, ELIZABETH WOOD - - Assistant Editors CARMEN ALLEN, FRANCES McKEE - - - News Editors SUE COLLINS, FONTAINE BENNETT - - Sports Editors MARY STUART NICHOLS ---- ' - Feature Editor VIVIAN GILMER - - - - - Society Editor MARILYN MILLER - - - Exchange Editor FANNY COOPER - - Fashion Editor BUSINESS STAFF BERNICE TOWNSEND ------------ Business Manager SAM STAFFORD, BILL INCRAM - - Assistant Business Managers ONEITA WELLS ----- - - Circulation Manager MIRIAM LANCASTER BESSIE KELLY High School Editor High School Business Manager llllllllll lllllllllllll Betty Lou Love lmogene Hardy Wade Huffman Mary Etta Price Ed Morgan Frank Crawford Grace Norwood Jack Rives Rosa Belle Jordan Oneita Wells Sybel Wright Carrol Sparks Esther Guerry Rachel Nerren Minnie Pentecost Lucille Fortenberry Barbara Pierce Jo Beth Williams Blanche Norman Odessa Cooper Wilton Sanders Harold Turnage Flora Frances Cooper Lucille Cook Bernice Townsend Rex Holland Mary Jane Williams Robert Harvey John Dantzler John Taylor Frances Wilkerson Alene Neal lla Mae Wooley Sue Collins Joe Grezaffi Roger Fite Don Ware Arthur Smith Josie Delle Arterbury Quindel Whitfield Robert Ewing Elizabeth Wood George McLean Jack Maxwell Guy Sledge Dan Bryan O. B. Bennett Billy Daves Merdis Clark Quanita Bartlett Marion Klumok Sara Alice Bartlett Madge Nettles Alice Vinson Gertrude Harmon Miriam Lancaster Ruth Norwood Margaret Patterson E. L. Quinn Thomas Grisham This year marks a change in the history of the annual field meets which are held in S. J. C. and S. A. H. S, in that for each subject there will be three contestants instead of one. 56 IIS-ll SHlHlIll LOUISE CROOK EDWIN AIKENS HOWELL SUE COLLINS RICHARDSON The Little Theatre Tournament was held at Raymond, Miss., on March the Twentieth. The play presented this year was "Show-Up" by Robert Hasper, a drama in one act, and was awarded a rating of Superior which was the highest rating given. CHARACTERS Mary Allen lAn actorl ---- Louise Crook Fred Simmins IA friendl - - - Edwin Aikens Lieutenant Burke lPolice Otficerl - Howell Richardson Julia Carr lAnother womanl - - - Sue Collins Director ----- - Annie Kennedy 57 lHlllVll Hllll DEAN EVERETT Air Professor of Ground Classes The aeronautical unit at S, J. C. is in its second suc- cessful year and is a new training of which the school is especially proud. There have been two courses of flight training this yearg one having been started in October of l94O, the other in February of l94l. The Spring Class was divided into two sections. The primary course has a quota of thirty students and is instructed by Flight Instructors Abide, Draper, and Lindsey. The Advanced unit has a quota of ten and the instructor is R. W. Gunn. Only two colleges offer this advanced course, the other college being Ole Miss. Of singular interest is the fact that an S. J. C. student, Arturo Smith of Guatemala, received one of the twenty Pan-American scholarships being offered by the Government to non-citizen students in the United States who wish to enroll in this course. 58 J , SN-SJ a . 1 1 Nlllllll llllldlll , FALL CLASS Alfred Bartholomew James Boozer David Brewer Milton Brister Grady Brown Spiva Carter Thomas Grisham Marzine Hudson Calvin Logan James Norton Mary Lou Streeter Billy Wilklifson Nathan Wise SPRING CLASS Robert Brewer Gillespie Bryan Lamar Carithers James Clifton Lenoir Coggins S Hubert Forman Rae Fried . - Laron Gillespie Aaron Golden George Henley . Joe Hunter Hoxie Koger Edward Kolb Lester Martin Lawrence Nosser William Rodgers Arthur Smith Harmon Smith James Sparkman Carl Swann Roy Tribble Don Ware Robert Wilder qntf. Q J bi 40 - il .' Q Q .. f fx fa L- Ji xyj R- . '4 . tr J LITERARY STAFF HICIH SCHOOL EDITOR - ---- Addie Ruth May ASSISTANT EDITORS - - Frances IVIcKee, Harold Turnage LITERARY EDITOR ----- ASSISTANT LITERARY EDITORS - ART EDITOR - - SPORTS EDITOR - - - - PHOTO EDITORS - - Don Ware, TYPisT--- ELIZABETH WOOD Editor-in-chief - - - - BebeC-ilmer MariIyn Miller, Robert Harvey, Darl Harrison - - Mary Stuart Nichols - - - - Sam Stafford Frank Crawford, Charles Robb - A E. L. Quinn, Sue Pyron IHI IIIIIIIII BUSINESS STAFF HIGH SCHOOL BUSINESS MANAGER - - - Kathleen Miller ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS - Hubert Forman, Frank Crawford SUBSCRIPTION MANAGERS - - Nancy Pentecost, Joe Grezaffi, Jayne Chittom, Wilton Sanders ADVERTISING MANAGERS - Fanny Cooper, Rae Fried, Marc Miller SPECIAL TYPIST -------- Imogene Hardy CIRCULATION MANAGERS - - Jane Willis, Rex Holland Business Manager I I ll I S I I I I Ill SHHIIIY ' V J ,ii !" -1 f, , -Q., 416.10 1 ' V ' 1,1 1 ft F Q, ,L 'fig SECRETARY AND TREASURER PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT Vivian Gilmer Joe Hunter Elizabeth Wood The Lee Society was organized in I928 and named for General Robert E. Lee, the beloved commander-in-chief of the Southern armies during the Civil War. In I938, the Lees started on a winning streak and have not been defeated in three years. With the coming of Rally Day, they expect to add another victory to their ever-growing list. Miss Scroggins MV- Eddy' 62 llllllll Sllllll. fr- ff' SECRETARY AND TREASURER PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT Marc Miller Charles Pruitt Bernice Townsend The Wilson Society was organized in l9Z8 and named for President Woodrow Wilson. For nine out of twelve years of existence of the campus societies, the Wilsons have been victorious. They expect to add another victory to this splendid record this Rally Day. M iss Penrod Mr. Thigpen 63 IIIHINIHN-IIINIIII 84Q'dQ 'VM 5.Q""11,-v v ' yn T-ewx W .zzl I ,N Smeg x Ellis, Knight SPONSORS OFFICERS PRESIDENT - - - Charles Robb VICE PRESIDENT - - Addie Ruth May SECRETARY - - Kathleen Miller REPORTER - - Kathleen Clark The Athenian and Lanier Society has as its goal, the promotion of friendship and the training of Students in fair competition and sportsmanship. For the past three years, they have been victorious over their rival society, the Philo- Olympians and are eagerly awaiting the Rally this year. 64 IHIIUIIHIHIHN-HIIIIIIIHN X 1 ...,,,,,,,. - r Allen, I-larris SPONSORS fb' , Wm OFFICERS PRESIDENT - - - - Rex Holland VICE PRESIDENT - - Miriam Lancaster SECRETARY - - - - Billy Hughes REPORTER - - June Miller The Philomathean lfor the girlsl and the Olympians lfor the boysl societies were founded inl 9l9, but were com- bined in I938 to form the Phi-Olympian society. The princi- pal object is to promote friendly rivalry in the High School and to teach students the art of working together, lt also helps develop individual talents in its members, and teaches them to be good winners or losers when they are victorious over or defeated by their rivals, the Athenian-Laniers on rally day. 65 lHl Elllll First Row: C-rezatti, J., Nosser, L., Forest, E., Cillam, C., Johnston, R., Smith, H. Second Row: Cooper, O., Frazier, E., Ingram, R., Scruggs, M., Wood, IVI., Brown, M., Whitfield, Q., Norwood, C., Grisham, M, Third Row: Morrison, E., Savell, B., Hill, E. , Thibault, E., Northcutt, T., Boozer, J., Roth, J. The "S" Club saw its beginning in the year l939-40 and its mem- bership covers everyone who has earned a letter in any ot the various forms of college athletics. The general purpose of the club is to create an earnest enthusiasm as well as appreciation for sports and encourage students to participate in athletics. 66 B P HHIWUHES ELIZABETH WOOD THE SUNFLOWER PETALS AND THE RETROSPECT PRESENT THE I94I HALL OF FAME, COMPOSED OF THE FOUR MOST OUTSTANDING LEADERS ON THE CAMPUS AS SELECTED BY THE HALL OF FAME COMMITTEE. BERN ICE TOWNSEND SYBEL WRIGHT HARMON SMITH MH. 3.J.E TRUXTON NORTHCUTT Columbus, Miss. 0 MISSHE ELIZABETH WOOD Indiarmola, Miss. 71 GUTEST GIRL MOST POPULAR GIRL FRIENDLIEST GIRL FIora Frances Cooper MOST HANDSOME BOY James Boozer MOST POPULAR BOY FRI ENDLI EST BOY Truxton Northcutt WITTIEST BOY Clyde Pardue VIOST DIC-NIFIED SOPHOMORE MOST VERSATILE BOY MOST INTELLECTUAL GIRL Lucille Fortenberry MOST TYPICAL FRESHMAN Frank Crawford MOST INTELLECTUAL BOY Robert Harvey MOST VERSATILE C-IRL Jane Chittom BEST DRESSED GIRL BEST DRESSED BOY Rae Fried Dudley Glower MOST ORIGINAL GIRL Maggie Love Clark MOST ORIGINAL BOY BEST GIRL ATI-ILETE Lee Hughes Walker Mildred Scruggs II QI I "5 E .3 Il I E 'H Y1 5 BEST BOY ATHLETE James Paul Roth MUSIWELHWQID' f 'H MARY ELIZABETH BEASLEY Ecru, Miss. SIS ROTH Drew, Miss. MARY CATHERINE GRISHAM Baldwyn, Miss. VIVIAN CILMER Indianola, Miss. MOST BEAUTIFUL Toni Burton ST DRESSED GIRL Jane Moore MOST INTELLECTUAL GIRL Kathleen Clark MOST INTELLEGTUAL BOY Mal Riddell BEST DRESSED BOY John Marshall Harpole MOST HANDSOME George Tierce MOST POPULAR GIRL MOST VERSATILE GIRL Bessie Kelly MOST POPULAR BOY Jack Wood HIHH Sllllll FRIENDLIEST BOY FRIENDLIEST GIRL George McLean Kathleen Miller MOST VERSATILE BOY CUTEST GIRL Rex Holland June Miller 80 IIHHSIIHII BEST GIRL ATI-ILETE BEST BOY ATHLETE Vlfglmla Noblle I-Irram Hubbard MOST TYPICAL MOST DIGNIFIED FRESHMAN SENIOR Frank Butts Gertrude Harmon MOST ORIGINAL GIRL MOST QRIGINAL BOY Miriam Lancaster Andrew Johnson 81 1 ,X 3 1 5 n as v 5 Qi' nw: A' 3:1 www Z EDJ H -- f-- -3 4 ,. ,-Af - f AM ff! -7- , -..--" "ran , 17" X ,ggiiy iff g..-.-Y f"j ' f .f ,.f X.-.Y 73,4 f' ,i S- -.5-90 V--'fp .f'f44g A s l , A r- ,Q - 1 f":.,- c, f,V- ff? X :.,4f - -, , 5, " If ! :-r' 'ff Y, V it V Q'--'V' , Au xx j 'J - X My ' N7 MQZ,-y ' ,7"" , f7A Ql'7 17 N ' f f 4' I -- -fig K Y ,Aux ACTS' iv ...-gr,-,f--ff H fiffg ,Awww-T, --U M,,. gil- SJ-1-""v 5 Y W, rv V E HIHHIIES 83 R! lBRHFLL,lU,!iN lllllilll llllllll COACH RODCERS Coach "Rab" Rodgers is finishing his fifth successful year of coaching at Sunflower Junior College. He came here after finishing an outstanding career in athletics at Ole Miss. His senior year there, Coach "Rab" was awarded the Norris Trophy as the most valu- able player on the team. He was also selected as the outstanding athlete of the school by lettering in football, track, and baseball. The l94O season wasn't as successful as previous years through the lack of experienced players. However, Coach "Rab" did an excel- lent job of coaching an almost entirely fresh- men ball club. The team won five games, lost four and tied one. With the freshman material on hand and the new ones yet to come, everything points to a successful l94l season. COACH HARRIS Assistant Coach Harris, better known as Prof. Harris, has been line coach at S. J. C. for three years. Coach Harris is a former graduate and athlete of this institution. After finishing his degree in Chemistry at Ole Miss, he returned here to teach and render his ser- vices as Assistant Coach. As a result of his excellent coaching, several S, J. C. linemen have received berths on the All-State teams in the last few years. SAINT" ROTH, Captain lllllllll Trojans ---- 20 Arkansas A. 6 lvl. O This game opened our l94O season with a bang. The team looked promising, but it lacked blocking, tackling, and timing of plays. Trojans ---- O Decatur ---- 27 ln this game, weight and speed proved too much for the lighter Trojans, but they kept the S. J, C. spirit in the face of defeat. Trojans ---- l2 Raymond - - - 6 The Trojans came to life in this game and outplayed the flashy Raymond boys. Blocking and tackling was superior all during the game. Trojans ---- 7 Arkansas State - 7 A tie game when S. J. C. should have emerged victor. Sunflower was completely outplayed by a much weaker team. Trojans ---- l 3 Summitt ---- O Summitt simply couldn't stop the powerful drives put on by the Trojans. ROTH - - - Back HILL - - - Center BOOZER - - - Back SAVELL ---- Back THIBAULT - - Back CREER - - - Back CREZAFFI - - - End Hl llllll Trojans ---- 6 Ellisville ---- l4 This was a hard fought battle from beginning to end, but Ellisville's air attack proved to be too powerful in the closing minutes of the game. Trojans ---- 6 Go-Lin ---- O An undefeated, untied team went down before the Tro- jans in this game. Both teams played superb defensive ball. Trojans ---- 6 Senatobia - - - 26 This turned out to be the upset of the year. Senatobia, a seemingly weak team in the early season, rose to great strength in the closing games of the year. Trojans ---- l 5 Southwestern Frosh I4 This was the most thrilling game of the year. Sun- flower came from behind in the last few seconds of the game to score the winning touchdown. Trojans ---- i3 Goodman - - - 26 The Trojans took an early lead, but lack of reserve sub- stitutes turned victory into defeat in the closing game of the 1940 season. NORTHCUTT - Back NOSSER - - Manager GORDON - - Guard INGRAM ---- End BREWER - - - Tackle JOHNSTON - Guard GRANTHAM - Back TRUCK" NORTHGUTT Alternate Captain lIlllilHNS HN lHl llllll The Retrospect Staff wishes in this space to mention and pay tribute to four members of the squad who are not pictured because of their enlistment in the United States Army: L. C. Johnson, Tackleg Fred Dugger, Back, Habeeb Mansour, Tackleg and Joe Saia, Guard. Troy Ingram, End, and William Gordon, Guard, who also enlisted, are pictured as they appeared in the Retrospect of l94O. We feel that the school's and the team's loss of these fine boys is Uncle Sam's gain. Spring football began February lOth with a group of new material that came in at mid-term. The boys are working hard to get that much needed experience before Fall rolls around. A tough schedule looks them in the face and they seem very much determined to make the following season a successful one. EWING - - - Guard FORREST - - Tackle FORD - - - - Guard BENNETT, F. - - End STAFFORD - - Back lVlcELROY - - Back BENNETT, T. - Tackle -.J . I P FANNY COOPER, CLIFTON BURRELL, SIS ROTH PEP SQUAD The Pep Squad was featured again this year at the half of all the home football games. They were led by C-ulnare Levensfein and fronted by Tinsley Thrower, ace fwirler. 89 WWW lUiH', M Ihr lffu -iifakiiffi ,J4,,1ffAj,- fy lHlilHN Hllllllllllll llllllm I Front Row: l-larmon Smith, Bob Boyd, Lamar Williams, Laron Gillespie, Adrian Martin. Back Row: Lawson Vandevender, Randle Williamson, Clay Gilliam, Grady Whitfied, Evan Ragland, Cecil Smith, Coach "lVlac." COACH "MAC" Coach G. T. lVlcClenahan has completed his fifth suc- cessful year as head coach here at Sunflower Junior College having taken over at the departure of Coach A. D. Dickson in l937. Although this season was not quite as successful as those of the past few years, we feel Coach "Mac" is due a lot of credit for taking a team of boys from which three main string players were missing and putting out a fine team. Ever on the lookout for new material, Coach "Mac" always presents S. J. C. each year with teams well worth boosting and we are proud to call him "our Coach Mac." 91 S. J. ll....l...l...l .ll 3 C. 39 ------ Poplarville 32 S. J. C. 28 -------- Scooba 36 The Trojans took the first game of the tournament and Scooba surprised everyone with a very power- ful and fast scoring team. After defeating the Trojans the Scooba boys went on to the finals and lost to Ellisville 5l-50. M. V. C. TOURNAMENT S. J. C. 89 - - Alabama Teachers 34 S. J. C. 65 ---- - Bethal 59 S. J. C. 62 -------- David Lipscomb 67 SEASON GAMES 5- J. C. -------- ---- 3 3 Memphis Triangles --------- 23 A grand game for an opener of the season. The Triangles featured several of the former S. J. C. stars which made the game all the more interesting. Everything in this game pointed to a successful season. BOB BOYD S. J. C. ------ 34 All American Red Heads ---- 26 LAMAR WILLIAMS This game turned out to be a novelty rather than an important battle. The boys playing a professional girls' team by boys rules drew a large crowd. Coach "Mac" played his second string most of the game, so don't judge too much by the score. S. J. C. ------ 53-40 Goodman ----- 42-60 The first encounter with Goodman ended with a victory for S. J. C. But the next night Goodman came back with a strong offense that proved too great for our boys. S. J. C. ------ 32-42 Ellisville ------ 27-37 Ellisville produced the fastest team ever seen on the Sunflower court, but they lacked the calmness and accurate ball handling of S. J. C, A victory for Sunflower in both games. S. J. C. ------ 54 Raymond - - 39 S. J. C. ------ 39 Co-Lin - - 38 A victorious week-end for the Trojans. S. J. C. ------ 56-44 Decatur ------ 35-33 Two more victories rang up for S. J. C. By the way, l think this made Decatur remember the defeat they handed us in football last fall. S. J. C. ------ 37 Bruce llndependentsl ---- 27 The old bus broke down in Winona and the boys and girls spent a pleasant day and night there. HARMON SMITH GRADY WHITFIELD EVAN RAGLAND STATE TOURNAMENT, GIRLS S. J. C. 56 - - - - - - Co-Lin 27 S. J. C. 36 - - - - - Raymond 32 S. J. C. 40 ------- Goodman 4l Here again Goodman came through to defeat the Trojanettes by one point to win the State Junior College tournament. The Trojanettes were weakened by the loss of Odessa Cooper who was injured in the semi-final game of the tournament. This ended a successful season for the girls allowing only the Goodman team to defeat them each time by one or two points. SEASON GAMES S. J. C. ------------ 25 Norwood Flyers --------- 24 The first game of the season proved to be the most exciting of the year. A close, hard-fought game, with the Trojanettes emerging victor in the last few seconds, thrilled everyone. The Norwood Flyers fea- tured five All-American players which were supposed to be some of the outstanding players of the United Statesg nevertheless the Trojanettes proved too much for this professional team. S. J. C. ------ 24-33 Goodman ------ 25-34 MILDRED SCRUGGS One point difference in both games-that is what I call close playing. EDITH FRAZIER The Goodman girls always seemed to edge out in the last few minutes of the games. Both games were very exciting and kept the fans on their feet most of the time. S. J. C. ------ 44-40 Ellisville ------ 34-31 Two games easily won by our S. J. C. girls. lt takes points to win a game so our guards just wouldn't let these Ellisville girls score. S. J. C. ------ 5l-35 Senatobia ------ 28--23 The Trojanettes easily won thees two games. Excellent team-work and well-aimed shots were outstanding throughout both games. Brown scored 27 points. Scruggs scored 28 points and Grisham scored 23. S. J. C. ------ 4l-53 Ellisville ------ 29-36 More victories for S. J. C. Through the excellent guarding of Cooper, Frazier and Woods, who were later assisted by Whitfield, the Ellisville girls were allowed very few shots. Very interesting games to watch although the score gave easy victory to S. J. C. S. J. C. ------ 46--45 Decatur ------- 27-Z2 Decatur's slow and poorly coached team could not match the speed and cooperation of the Sunflower girls. Both games were easily won on the Decatur floor. IRY CATHERINE GRISHAM QUINDEL WHITFIELD ODESSA COOPER MARY GREEN BROWN Iilllllllllll Coach "Mac" Odessa Cooper Mary Catherine Grisham Robbie Doris Ingram Lometta Murrah Virginia Vail Minnie Mae Pentecost Mildred Scruggs Grace Webber Mildred Walker Mary Lou Wood Grace Norwood Edith Frazier Mary Green Brown Rachel Nerren Quindel Whitfield MASCOTS Jean Mac Little Mac 94 S.H.H.S. IIHSIIIIIIHII The S. A. H. S. basketball team had this year one of the most successful teams in its history. Under the able leadership of Coach Thigpen, whose training and high spirits were a definite factor in their success, they were able to win an average of three out of four games and to take away the Iaurels of a major Delta tournament. BIG BLACK DISTRICT GAMES S. A. H. S. - - - - 38 Carthage - - 29 S. A. H. S. - - - 35 Barnes - - - 25 S. A. H. S. - - I6 Zama - - 34 S. A. H. S. - ---- 32 Winona - - O DELTA INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT S. A. H. S. - ---- 2 Sumner - - - O lforfeitl S. A. H. S. - ---- 30 Indiariola - - I9 S. A. H. S. - - 30 Greenwood - - I8 S. A. H. S. - - - - 39 Greenville - - 28 DELTA TOURNAMENT AT DREW S. A. H. S. - - - - 38 Merigold - - 23 S. A. H. S. - - - - I7 Shelby - - - I5 AT SHAW S. A. H. S. - - 39 Cary - - 23 AT LELAND S. A. H. S. - - ---- I7 Crowder ----- 32 On the main string there were three seniors: Hiram Hubbard, E. D. Williams, and Billy Hughes, a group of the best players ever seen in this high school in many years. They will leave a big gap in the team of next year but everyone is confident that Coach Thigpen will turn out another excellent team. SEASON GAMES S. A. H. S. - - 20 Itta Bena - - IO S. A. H. S. - - 25 Itta Bena - - - 7 S. A. H. S. - - 43 Cruger ---- 5 S. A. H. S. - - 23 Indianola - - - 27 S. A. H. S. - - 4I Riverside - - - 20 S. A. H. S. - - Z5 Zama - - - - - ZI 95 HHSlllHll The Trojans take the diamond this year without the services of three all-state men and five other players. Northcutt, all-state pitcher, Cochran, all-state shortstop, and Nash, all-state third base. McDowell, Vernamonti, Patterson, Steele, Martin and Litton are gone through graduation. Vandevender and Bob Boyd are the only returning letter men. Prospects are good though in such players as Roth, pitcher, Thibault, outfield, Grezatfi, outfield, Harbour, pitcher, Ragland, first base, George Coons, second base, Grantham, third base, Lang, pitcher, Jacks, pitcher, Turner, catcher, Martin, outfield, Brewer, outfield, Hill, shortstop, Johnston, catcher. The Trojans were barely edged out ot the state championship last year. They lost only two games last year, both by one score, so the Trojans are out to win the championship this year. 96 llNNlS WW' EDITH FRAZIER ROBERT HARVEY IVIILDRED SCRUC-C-S TENNIS-l94l I The l94l tennis team has served excellent material and should show a winning team in both boys and girls. Sunflower is fortunate in having Robert Harvey, the l94O state high school tennis champion, who is expected to take the same crown in the Junior College llecsague. Joe Hunter, Lamar Carithers, Hilton Abernathy, Neil Pressley and Edward Miller will furnish some excellent material for the 4l team. The girls team has Edith Frazier, Mildred Scruggs and Rae Fried left over from last year's team and with some of the freshmen girls, they should have a better than average team. , , , , , , W W -W ,... , . , ey gig? , -Y .Mr W v if My 1 '-" E "j.Z:j.. hw Back Row: Robert Harvey, Virginia Vail, Grace Webber, Neil Pressley Front Row: Edith Frazier, Mildred Scruggs. 97 The outlook for the l94l track team should be a bright one. Such sprint men as Roth and Sam Grantham should take care of lOO-220 and 440 yard dashes. Joe Hunter, a veteran high hurdler, should show up well, with Jimmie Boozer, a new man, striding over the low hurdles. Bubber Jackson, high-flying pole vaulter of the past season is still on hand to get his share of the honors. COACH RAB RODGERS The loss of some track men such as Frank Perry, sprint man, Tisdell and Bickerstaff, distance runners will hurt the team but new faces in the fresh- man squad such as Doyle Nail, the Eubanks brothers, Sam Stafford, and others should strengthen the team greatly. This year's State Junior College Field Meet will be held here at Moor- In g,"'r head and every effort will be made to take the much-envied crown. The L I", J! boys are working hard to get in shape for this coming event. 'sf' . - li T: 1 SAM STAFFORD DOYLE NAIL KENNETH FORD MAX JUCHIE X s I Back Row: E. Thibault, T. Ford, A. Williams, R. Johnston, J. Grezaffi, S. Stafford Front Row: J. Pazos, N. Boatwriglfit, W. Hubbert, E. Boykin, B. McElroy, M. Juchiem, D. Nail. RVIN THIBAULT BUBBER JACKSON JOE PAZOS JIMMY BOOZER X it Qvmyr wfvyve-r'v"-K ' fu - qjfv- ly r 53- I 7 ,ug-1 IN APPHEEIATIUN The Editor, the Business Manager and the other members of the Annual Staff wish first to thank Dean Carl Everett for making possible this edition of the Annual. We wish next tothank L. E. Lowe of the Mississippi Engraving Company and Durant Finley of the Tucker Printing House of Jackson who have so generously helped not only this year's Annual Staff, but also those of some years past. Especially, however, do we wish to thank our patrons and the entire student body without whose help we could never have produced a successful publication. -The Staff. , 100- Miami '-'tl ""1-N x- V ' . ,ff MTA f r Hirfflf? 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