Moss Point High School - Growler Yearbook (Moss Point, MS)

 - Class of 1955

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Gone forever will be the routine of school life. the fun we had, and the friends we made. It is the hope of the '55 Growler Staff that, as you glance through this book in the years to come, you will recapture those moments and the echoes will begin again. Arwg 4,4 ,PJ-Z-.F'F,,,,,--'Y' " W J-,.,.,'-ff' -M ,.f eff" N, ,. -- ,.,-1 F.W', a N, ..f'f, ,HM-ff' 1.,.Hlt1 ,--y A in sl-'jftfj rgo' gg J f ,t t Q ff , ',,, ,J ' Q 0:1 . 5 v ',-, 4 V, . ' Qu V 6 . 7,4 it I ,,?:33'f g 4 1 A, 4 Qu in bvva 4,f,Q,,.v f FE EA 259. Etifi 't r FEI? ,KLM ani' ' '30 'nf ff - . 2 -' r 1- 1 .- ,vw i ni' M- .ga 12, 4 1-1' , 7 J Y 5, " K f YHA ' ' ' g x . ",,, 5 , P,y4 g 'I' V , -f lg, - in .A .4 sv.. ... .1 , 4 VX, ,t V Q, W ya t t are if y A o r rv ' 5' 'if ,Q Y '. r i 'Q y i it 2, L' y , L ' f- f H ifft fav' to ff ' X4 19.1 1 . 4 2 r at--ff a A '-3:1 ie. , E . H . 'I -.,V,V, X TB H 1. i xpc f f t fr .- '-:. - vc- sv. - J E if ,., ' 7,i.:f- 0 xf','f.- ' r 2 1531-,Q . aff f 11. in Q, 2 r ,,,, - 7, , f gn . ,Q . 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X l 'E IIFIHCATIU XX -QQ As a small token of our ap prec1at1on for all he has done for us we the '55 Growler Staff ded1cate th1s annual to our fa1thful fr1end and leader M J Bullock H15 helpful kmdness and pat1ence have been a support to us through these unforget table h1gh school years As we leave M P H S we feel that he has prepared us well for the years that awa1t us ADM! I THATHI ,Z L W TANNER Supemntendent Moss Polnt C1ty Schools B A Transylvama Umverslty M A Umverslty of M1SS1SS1pp1 if f c ' xxx I r ,X A-tx 'QPSK "5--.. MRS. RUTH THOMPSON Commercial MRS, DAMIE LOU SCHAUB Social Studies BARS. CARL SEGERBLOIV1 Mathematics MISS WILLANNA THOIWAS English A, af My V M7 WWW MRS, GEORGE BOND Junior High English MRS, ESTELLE HAWLEY Commercial MR. CLAUDE STAUTER Coach MR, M, H, MALLETTE Mathematics Coach mg ', 3? 6 LTY 152 f' ,W .agua P 17- ., aa MRS, ELIZABETH WOODRUFF Mathematics MR, JOSEPH DUFFIE Science Mathematics MISS CAROLYN KY ZAR Social Studies MRS, FLORENCE BRATT Mathematics --ur 3 X' ,Zi P 9-asv' M2 ,m 65' 1644? f f f Mfg fu S4-'. 'E 1- 1 L MR. HARRY DAVIS Social Studies Coach MR, E, O. HOWELL Physical Education Head Coach W MR. DUELL HEWLETT Science MISS LYNN BACOT Q L,f . Social Studies 'fi R ai 4091- MR. TOM Journalism 'J I English LA 4. cw: 71 X COOK ,C' . l V i U ug -if Ann Pickering k f -if I gfa' . T' Bourne PN ame Rhod UFFICE TAFF Ss Dorothy Eklund Eunice Collum Audrey Jones Elsie Morie Bessie Anderson , f Z !.,. A Aff' r" , i' f .pb fddrf, f 5 ANNE S ps. ,- 5, rr TTB ecretaw v OST PRE I, 7' J 2 1 "BUDDY" SMITH Vice President L, 4, -4, . E 1 1 ,Y ' -f 3 ,'.- 1 in CA 1. iw .if- P Y be-S1'dent Hp ENTE MARIE HUNNINGS R eporte r x 'Y - u 4 Y JI W! ng. QL Q 2 5 1? ' 3.54 Mfg S45 ,JJ i"fU V ' . fl Y. 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I,2,3g Y-Teens I,2,3,4g Basketball f 234 7 3 llf'l IgPepClubI, , . . . ai M wma CAROL BERTRAM "An investment in knowledge pays the best ln- retest" Chorus I, 25 Y-Teens I,4g Pep Club 4, Growler CHARLES AVERA "Wonder ls tht' seed of science. " Chorus 3,43 Band 3,43 Baseball 3,45 Transfer. ONNIE B.-XRIA "A treat instead ofa treatment? Pep Club 4g Growler 4g 4-H Club l, 2 NORMA BAXTER "A Merry ht-art maketh a cheerful eountcn ahve" 4-H Club I,2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3,4g F.H.A. I, 2, 33 Tiger Flash 42 BOBBIE FAYE BLACKLEDGE "Make Haste Slowly" Library Science I,2, 35 F.H.A. lg 4-H Club I, STANLEY BRAGG "What ts more delightful than lettered ease" 4-H Cl'1bI,2. LOUISE BROWN "A shining light. " F.H,A. I,2, 3,43 4-H Club I,23 Pep Club 1,2 3,43 Tiger Flash 33 Y-Teens 43 Growler 4. RONALD BYRD "It is better to do nothing than to make a mess of something." FRANK CANFIELD "The woods please above all things. " Football I, 2, 3,43 M Club 43 Carnival Court 1,41 Science Club 33 Growler 43 Tiger Flash 4. I . ,J ! ,,Jy3,, LARRY BRANAM "He that tries will succeed." Science Club 23 Hi-Y Club 33 Our Hearts Were Young and Gay 33 Football I3 Baseball 2, 3,43 Tiger Flash 43 Growler 43 M-Club 43 Carnival Court 43 Who's Who 4. DAVID BRISCOE "I grow old learning something new everyday" Transfer3 Hi-Y 43 Our Hearts Were Young and Gay 3. HELEN BROWN "lf she can't find anything to laugh about, she'll just giggle. " Y-Teen I,2,3,43 F,H.A, I,2, 33 Growler 3,45 Pep Club I, 2, 3,43 Chorus I, 2, 3. PEARL CARLISLE "Love is only Chatter." F, H. A. I, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Growler 43 Tiger Flash 33 Pep Club I, 2, 3,4. BARBARA IEAN CARPENTER "A rose with all its sweetest leaves, yet folded." Student Council 43 Tiger Flash 33 Growler 43 Y-Teens 3,43 F.H.A, I,2,33 4-H Club I,23 Pep Club I,2, 3,43 Chorus I3 "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come." LARRY CARPENTER "President of his class, with the mildest manners and the gentlest heart." Football 2, 3,43 Track 33 Science Club 23 M-Club 43 Hy-Y 33 Tiger Flash 43 Vice-President 33 Presi- dent 43 Student Council 4. EARLINE CARTER "Happy will her nature be." Y-Teens I,2, 3,45 F.H,A. i,2, 35 Pep Club I 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 3,45 Class Play--"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"5 Senior Favorite 45 Growler 45 Tiger Flash 45 Homecoming 25 Basketball i5 Senior Play 4. NINA CLARK "Justice is truth in action. " Y-Teens 3,45 F,H.A. 1,23 Carnival Court 45 Growler 45 Pep Club i, 2, 35 Chorus I,2,4, 4-H Club I5 Band i,2, 3,45 Spanish Club 25 Beauty 4. ANNETTE COPELAND "Sensible and intelligent. " F.ll.A. I,2, 35 Pep Club 152, 3,45 Y-Teens 3,45 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 35 Growler 45 Tiger Flash 3. ..--avi FQ BONNIE COWART "God gives all things to industry. " Pep Club 4' Y-Teens 4- Grovvler 4' Tiger Flash C Ll-O COWARFI is not in things t in 4. ., t 3 , ' I I H 3 "Joy ' ' i' , i is us." Pep Club 45 Tiger Flash 45 Growler 4. Van' .rf k .. VERA CUNNINGHAM "Blessed are joy makers." Y-Teens 1,45 F.H.A. Ig Pep Club 45 Growler 45 Tiger Flash 45 4-H Club I. SHIRLEY DAVIS "The beauty ofthe heavens are the stars, the beauty of women is their hair." Pep Club 2, 3,45 4-H Club I,2, 3,45 Band I, 2, 35 Tiger Flash 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 F.H,A. I,2. MARY DETHLOFF "The wife is the key of the house." F.H.A. I,2. ' p M' -I DOROTHY CROWLIEY "Sweet as they come. " F,ll,A. I,25 Pep Club 4. v-mn., vu w.,,,,'j, BOBBY GARDNER "Thou art to girls a delicious torment." Science Club 25 Hi-Y 35 Carnival Court I,2, 35 Football 45 Basketball I5 Baseball I5 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 35 lvl Club 45 Tiger Flash 4. ANN GILL "She has a voice in everything, and knows whereof she speaks. " Band I,2,3,45 Chorus I,2,45 Y-Teens I,2,3,45 F.H.A, I, 2, 35 Growler 3,45 Carnival Court I,45 Who's Who 45 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 35 Majorette 2, 3,45 Student Council 45 Quill and Scroll Society 45 Homecoming 3,45 Orchestra I5 Senior Play 4. RUTH GORDON "Life is long if it is full" F.l-LA. I, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3,45 Student Council 45 Cheerleader 45 Tiger Flash 45 Growler 45 Quill and Scroll Society 45 Who's Who 4. EVERITT DICKENS "Brevity is the soul of wit. " Football 3,45 Track 3,45 M Club 4. BARBARA EAS LEY "Laugh away to find laughter. " Y-Teens, 2, 3,45 FHA 1,25 Pep Club I,2, 3,45 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 35 Growler 45 4-H Club I. GILBERT EMERSON "My heart is ever at your service. " 4-H Club 1,25 Science Club I,25 Basketball I,2. THELMA GRAHAM "A little nonsense, now and then, is relished by the best of men." Y-Teens I, 3, 45 4-ll Club 2, 3, 45 F. l'l.A. I 5 Pep Club I, 3,45 Basketball I5 Tiger Flash 45 Growler 4. PEGGY GREEN "A merry heart doeth good like medicine." Y-Teens I, 2, 3,45 F.H.A. I, 25 Carnival Court 35 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 35 Grow- ler 3,45 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 45 Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 H Club I5 Senior Play 4. FRANKLIN HAMILTON "Short and sweet." Hi-Y 45 4-H Club I,2, 3.4. PATRICIA I-IARWELL "A good name is rather to be cherished than great riches. " F.H.A. 1,25 Tiger Flash 4. CAROLYN HILLMAN "Happy-go-lucky, fair and free, nothing there is that bothers me. " Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.H.A, 1,25 Pep Club I, 2, 3,45 Band I,2, 3, 45 Who's Who 45 Growler 45 Tiger Flash 4. GENEVIEVE HINKEI. "I never mera man I didn't like." Band I, 2, 3, 45 Chorus I, 3, 4, Growler 45 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 35 Y-Teens I, 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 F. II. A. I , 25 Homecoming 45 Maiorette 45 The Little Sheperd From Kingdom Come. 'S MARIE HUNNINGS "He travels fastest who travels alone." F. H.A. 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Cheerleader 45 Growler 45 Chorus 2,43 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 35 Senior Play 4 FRANCES IONES "A sweet girl with a flair for sports." Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3,45 Growler 45 Pen Pal Club 4. I MONA KHAYAT "A kindly heart and a sparkling tongue. " Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 F.H. A. I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Maiorette 2, 3, 45 Growler 3,45 Homecoming Court 3,45 Who's Who 45 Senior Play 4. 1 il, . fl, ,fb I DONNEI, LUNDY "She moves a gooddess, but looks a queen," Basketball I5 F,H.A. I, 2, 35 Homecoming 45 Y-Teens I,2, 3,45 Pep Club I,2, 3,45 Beauty 4 Growler 4. ALBERT LYND "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Band I, 2, 3,45 Carnival Ball 45 Science Club 2- "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 3. PAULINE Maddow "An ingenious gal who will always be a pal. " Pep Club 2, 35 Tiger Flash 4. it lv ill .yt . al ? IUANITA KOSKELA "Love has a tide." Basketball I5 F,H,A. 2,35 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club I, 2, 3,45 Growler 4. CAROL KOSKI "Pretty eyes, pep, and friendliness." Band t, 2, 3,45 Majorctte 3,45 Pep Club I,2, 3,45 F.ll.A. I,2, 35 Y-Teens I,2,3,4g Beauty 45 Carnival Court 2,45 Growler 45 Tiger Flash 45 Wlto's Who 25 Homecoming 25 Chorus 1, 2. MYRNA LADNIER "Her blue eyes twinkle with loads of fun. " Y-Teens I, 2, 3,45 F,l-l. A, I, 2, 3,45 Pep Club I,2, 3,45 Growler 45 Tiger Flash 45 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 35 "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come" 4. IANE MAHATHY "She sat like patience on a monument smiling at grief." Tiger Flash 4. JUDY MALCOM "Those dreamy eyes ----- ahhhl " Tiger Flash 4. BETTY M4-COOL "Love toneth not itself." Band I,2,3,45 Chorus I,2,3,45 F,H,A, I,2, 35 Y-Teens I,2, 3,45 Pep Club I,2, 3,45 Grow- ler 3,45 Carnival Court I,4g Homecoming 4. EUNICE MCDUFFIE "We walk by faith, not by sight." Library Science 2. FRANCES MILES "Her fabulous smile is always in style." Pep Club I,2, 3,45 F.H.A. 2,45 Y-Teens I,2, 3 45 Band I,2, 3,4: lxlaiorerte 3,45 Cliorus !,2, 35 Growler 3,45 Tiger Flash 45 Homecoming 35 Carnival Court 1,2, 3,45 Wlio's Who 3. FRED MILES "To bcguile many, and be beguiled by one. " Basketball 35 Baseball 35 Tiger Flasli 45 Growler 45 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 35 M Club 45 "The Little Slieplierd of Kingdom Come" 4. SHERIDAN MOAK "Genius at work. " Science Club 3. EDNA RUTH MORRIS "Sparkling, jolly, kindliearted, and gay." Band t,2, 35 Cliorus 1,25 Pep Club I,2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Growler 4, CLYDE MOSELEY "My way of joking is to tell the truth. " M Club 45 Football 2, 3,45 Baseball I,2, 3,45 Carnival Court 35 Senior Play 4. U.. .ad X !.n 1 HARLENE MOAK "Pleasant is slie and full of good intent Y-Teens Ig F.H.A. 35 Pep Club 4. GANELI. MILES "Afa.ill1ful friend is the medicine of li Band I,25CllOTL1S I5 Y-Teens 1,25 F.l'l Pep Club I,2, 3. EDDIE Moak "Necessity is the motlier of invention. fe .A I MAGGIE LOU NEAL "Friendship is the highest degree of perfection. " Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, F. H,A, 1,2g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. LOCHIA ODOM "Clever, gifted, and sweet, modest, and always neat. " Y-Teens l,2, 3,4, li. H.A. l,3,Gl'0WlC1' 4, Baud lg Chorus lg Pep Club I,3,4. MARY AGNES PIERCE "Love Asks Nothing. " 4-H Club I, 2, Y-Teens lg Pep Club I,2, 3, Tiger Flash 4. ROMA REEVES "Variety in the very spice of Life. " Band 1,25 Orchestra 2, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, F. H.A. 1.2, Pep Club I,2, 3, 4, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 3, Chorus I,2, 3,4, Carnival Court 3, Growler 3. EDWARD RASBERRY "Heavcns's gift to the female race." Baseball 2, 3,4, Band I,2, 3,43 Science Club I, 2, 3, Hi-Y 4, Growler 4, Carnival Court Ig Chorus 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3. BILLY FAYE READY "And from my presence showers a rain melody. " Pep Club I, Chorus 1.2. 3,4. JUNE REILLY "A sweeter girl never drew breath." Band l,2, 3,45 Chorus 1,25 Y-Teens 1,25 3,45 F. H.A, 1, 25 Growler 45 Carnival Court 25 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 3. JOE SCHAUB "The final and perfect flower of noble character. " Football 3,45 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball I,2, 3,45 M-Club 45 Growler 45 Tiger Flash 45 Carnival Court 1,25 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay' 35 The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come" 4. BRENT SMITH "Nothing endures but personal qualities. " Track 35 Football 2, 3,45 M -Club 45 Hi-Y 35 Growler 45 Carnival Court 2,45 Tiger Flash 45 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 3. ARNOLD ROSS STRAHN "An oar in every man's boat, and a finger in every pie. " M-Club 45 Hi-Y 35 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 35 Baseball 3,45 Growler 45 Tiger Flash 45 Track 2. HAYWOOD STAUTER "Beware the fury of a patient man. " Band 15 Tiger Flash 3. LUTHER TANNER "Love is so different with us men." Football I, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Growler 2, 3,45 Science Club I, 25 Hi-Y 3,45 M-Club 3,45 "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come" 4. JIMMY RAY SMITH "He was a very perfect and gentle knight." Hi-Y 35 Tiger Flash 45 Football I,2,3,45 M- Club 45 Carnival Court 25 Track 3, 45 President 2, 35 Vice President 45 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay' 3. PAUL SMITH "Quiet and Shy5 a wonderful guy. " Football 3,45 Track 3,45 M-Club 45 Carnival Court 35 Hi-Y 35 Who's Who 4. ZELLA MAE SMITH "Laugh and be well. " i I 2 LORRAINE VICE "she wears all that learning lightly, like u flower. " 4-H Club I, 25 Tiger Flash 4, Y-Teens 1,2 F. H, A, I. JOYCE VINING "Patience and gentleness are power." Transfer- Tiger Flash 4. LYNN WEST "Sweetest melodies ure by distance more sweet. " Band 1.2, 3, 4, Carnival Court 3. JERRY WHATLEY "Well, here l am girls. " Football I,2, 3,4g M-Club 4, Track 4, Who's Who 5,4. VIRGINIA WELLS "They are rich who have true friends." MARY JANE WILSON "Ah'iii so happy. " Pep Cluh I,2, 3,43 Y I, 2, Growlcr 4g 'line Hand I, 2, 5. MARY YOUNG MAUDE TAYLOR "l'll never wulk alone. " Tiger Flush 4. PIITIIR VAN EGMOND "Hu dures In do .ill rhiii hertoiiius a man. " -Tr.111sfer- Tiger Flush 4, Ili-Y 45 Cfrowler 4g Chorus 4, "Thu Liiile Shepherd of Kingdom 1 Coinu' 4. SONNY VANN "Butter lain than never. " Footha1II2g Ciirnival Court lg Growler 4, Tiger Flush 4. 1 -Tim-ns l,2, 3,45 F,l'l.A. r Flash 45 Chorus I,4g "Faith is hor wisdoiii. " 4-Il Cliih I,2. lil mf.-W' . ' 4' ' 1 'ru av K v-'rm YI vo ,L . wa , 1 in 5 i Q 1 Q X 5 9 N wa. , Egyptian Pyramids Two Marsh Hens? '? '? ,he ,V Call thi S Wor 1: d - C Star Gazefi' m th fx f axltime? Q0 our sexi Cow Y WW Football Heroes? '? riabx e . .sy NNT' M XLL5 H50 Sidegi. vice Pfe Jw: ia'-'Vile BERT LYNN Presldent ESTHER VEE PATTERSON T reasurer ROBERT KHAYAT nik.. MYRIL SGC retarIg,IAMIL TQN Reporter Esther Vee Patterson Myril Hamilton .lo Ann Almond Joe Bailey Bobby Baria Eugene Baria Kenneth Bell Ann Benefield Gloria Bennett Tommy Bennett Carlton Bloodworth Mary Bone Lila Frances Boren Cassie Boyett Fannie Brannam Billy Breland Evelyn Brentz Catherine Brister Martha Broadus Dixie Wilson Dorothy Carney Loreitta Clark Betty Coleman Mary Joy Coleman William Copeland Shirley Cowles AX M, 'sr ? HF' vit,-f 505 3? J 41 ii-H. nr -""? 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Bell Gayle Benefield Michael Bertram Barbara Bosarge Thad Boykin Edgar Bradley Burton Bragg Joe Bullock Faye Carol Byrd Bobbie Joyce Chadwick Charles Chadwick Anna Jean Clark Betty Joyce Clark Mitchell Clark Helen Faye Cooke Terry Cooper Evelyn Cox Murray Criswell Gloria Cunningham James Cunningham Priscilla Cunningham Jeanette Christensen Jackie Davidson Jimmy Dickerson Earl Dodge li J E :fi ,, ,qs an Q- 'VM sei' 'V . 'na 43 Y I 2 x 'va , l i ' 'il fv Fi X 1 f 'lm 2 4- :Qi . 1 N, 51 a if A fl ,, 7-:F fu? N47 MQ? - 'Q 76 ' it - 3' 4 Q J aw A? 5' "-r 5' 1'f"'P z.-. H f 'ii 'tai wr A Q. lv VV4, X K Lx Q1 Em A v' ' f' n' .:.1,X -' 1 ' V K A N .. M f Yr X. E XJ X is iv-in Af '-nm ci .fr M W" 3 rg' 'il 9 M., if in of 'as Sl f,"':' ZX 5559 X b x, is 5 ' N- X I M as ' '54!'f, x A '54 G ' 2 :if S-is CI, Q Q-gy ix 'ax . 4 'ha I Q Rm . 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S., X S C ff 1 ' Hb: 'fuss AM' K ' J ' , Q, I A , , Q ii. :sw g ' .5 a V N., 55 - it -' .l ' M' -Q' 34 Mary Frances Rogers Myrna Rogers Bertha Roper Glenn Ryder Walterine Sanders Sine Schmitz .lean Sheaffer Patsy Ann Shaheen Jane Slaven Max Smith William Stauter Gene Stewart Bobby Switzer Leonard Taylor Charles Tucker Carlton Vice Gladys Vice Harry Voorhees Joy Walker Dollie Sue Ward Hiliria Natjus Marvin Earl Watts Clarence Warbington Douglas Webb Earl White Allen Williams Dorothy Wilson Ross Young KENNETH WILSON Vice President GANELLE SIURUA Reporter GENE BROWNING T reasurer JOYCE COLLUM Pre sident 1, -' ., e ,, A .V :Ay -e zmfw r - -, ' , .gfx DAVID BULLOCK Secretary WM- fw 3 , 'Egg ls riff" Q,--5" Q-fi, x w . 5, 1 Canlill imurua I al uok 1 5, FAWIHTE Betty Sue Allen Patricia Ates Gary Baria Sampson Baria Joann Benefield Wayne Berry Billy Bertram George Bend Mack Bosarge Bettie Branam Bertyn Bratt Keneth Brister Billy Broome Faith Brown Lonnie Brown Gene Browning David Bullock Alice Faye Campbell Barbara Carpenter Sandra Carpenter Van Carpenter James Carter Levett Catrett Larry Christensen Robert Clement Roynal Cochran Joyce Gollum Ruth Cook Claudie Ette Cook L. 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E39 Sim PORT RE Betty Lou Jones VICE-PRESIDENT F1 he 2 i 4 4 is is, 7 ,fx ,ii ff af 3 . -4, -..., -, Ab..- ..- L. ,gn i rT1-.,,'I,,,.... ., , c . 1 5 , L 5 if 'I L y' x -dr' .7 ,-no ss D ga x -3 40 "7 ag Q n 13 if if Q V Z' an-l""7W ,fi Lxx " ,fi at Y 'xx dl' ug 'V' .I V-1 r' Y 'X f Billy Ales Jimmy Alexander C arson Avent Thomas Bailey Xirgrnia Bass Mavis Beec Billy Bexley Claul Bilbo Elaine Blades Edna Earle Blaekwell Jimmy Bosarge Yvonne Bosarge Yvette Bosarge Peggy Branam Billy Branning l..am1r Broadus Sue Broom Richard Broun Bobby Carney Bill Caver Helen Champagne Frances Clark Charles Collum Mena Colmer Jenny Lind Combest Wauceil Cunningham Jimmy Davis Kay Dearing Brenda De Laney Carlene Dickens Sherman Dickens Claude Duvall Patricia Faggard Virginia Fisher James Flynt Jack Foster Kerry Garrison Annie Gasaway Trijetta Gibson Bobby Glennon Janice Golden Adell Griffin Clovis Harrison Edna Harrison Wayne Harwell David Harwell Norris Hateley Vivian Hateley Willie Hearndon Lundy Heidelburg Brenda Hendrix Mary Sue Hillman Kay Hines Bertis Hudson Pete Hudson Sara Hudson Vernon Hunnings Jewel Ivey Betty Lou Jones Haskel Jones Jimmy Johnson Imogene Johnson Betty Sue Kelley Elizabeth Kemball u-uv'W'YE',. 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Shivers Linda Shumock Gail Smith Jo Ann Smith 1? -3' Q19 Q-1' r' Gracie Smith Dorian Stone Carolyn Switzer . mn, A 1 Carolyn Tanner J. ' ',3 h S A'-L ' " " .5 ' ' 'iq f if 'lb K Y f xf ' K, A 'S A' J ,' fx M , , ' R K x H KL., W S 4, 1 , Wm, gun X -'l' W Ray Tanner ' Q V I K Qa Rebecca Tanner sf 2' Q 'mi "1 'J' 'fa , Lenwood Tillman ' ,mf ., , .5 Larry Wall Q Y S S W ir' 1 5,1 R , , Carol Wade W ' . J f 'W 4' M1ke Warnock ', V pi "" ' Pat Watts 0 -:J 'P ' . 'Q "' + " Melva Webb A - I 4' A is XX! A S X is A - A . ' ' ,- Tony Webb X I Harold Wells . ' vi "" 4 ' Alvina Wells 923 4- -.' , W SYlvia Westfaul S tsl ' X 1 W 7. f AR. X , 'Anzac-g,1 "'-in W K W X ld h ,ii 1 W ii E rige W eat M , cn r': Q i , Rockne Wilson ' H M 3 dv M 'E " W Mary Rose Williams 1? Ci ,V "' f Q7 A ',If,p Ethel Ann Williams Q ' L-..,, Q wi y l 'M 'i , ' ' Brenda Wise 4 H ',.'.'l' fb , X 0 S f 'ar . , 4 Harron Wise A ,A S fy "' y y 'g E in Sandy Wright S X 'f 'Y 'Q if , ..-1, A N-:fb Jack Benny Wood J A 4 f lg.. W Pal X, aQa-i,1-as ' Horace Yates ,A- Joe Young r 1? ACTIVITIE BE UR President 'i7yqf3 X , we . i , CQP, ...ff fffvu Lk. b '-51? . . . . . Ann Gill Vice President . .Robert Khayat Secretary Treasurer . . . Ruth Gorden Barbara Jean Carpenter . I , 1 C EXLCS 753 'Ewa ..-"lf-3213 ..- -""'C www-""' ,,... Qfr- "'ffT'7fI'lf2 f""""""""m .I-nl VC! X'xX t Y President-Ann Gill, Vice-President-Robert Khayat, Secretary-Ruth Gordan Carpenter, Representatives: Larry Carpenter, Annette Prevost, Larry Wood Dodge, lane Slaven, Carol Nelson, Donny Grierson, Wanceil Cunningham This is the first functioning Student Council that M. P. H. S. has had years. Their Biggest Project was obtaining a Recreational Center for the Other projects have improved the school and the spirit of the students , R 5 Pkg, as- 1 '3. X 77 f E -, iimlvx H L- l C. Treasurer Barbara Kenneth Bell Earl Victor Shirley in seve ral Student Body H004 HW Zi The Library Science Club is a group of students under Miss Louise McLeod. They are in charge of all 49 library activities. 'XA Mr Tom Cook Ed1t1ng the '55 Growler has been one of the h1 l1tes of my Senlor year I deeply apprec1ate all the help and co operat1on that the other members of the staff have g1ven I hope that you w11l enjoy your annual and that 1n the future lt W111 recall many pleasant memones for you Qwlfw Ed1tor 1n Chlef Ann C1111 Ass1stant Edltor Carol KOSk1 Busmess Manager Ruth Gordon Ed1tor1al Adv1sor Mr Tom Cook 50 yy 5 3 L .M in ., ' E. "'f K p 5 A X ' X A Ed1tor 1n Ch1ef Peter Van Egmond ASS1St3Dt Edltor Frances Mlles Busmess Manager Ruth Gorden Ed1tor1aI Advlsor Mr Tom Cook My smcere thanks to you for buymg and read1ng the Tlger Flash It 1S a great thr-111 to have the conhdence of nearly 750 readers It has been a greater thr11I to be Echtor 1n Ch1ef of the 'T1ger Flash IIITIIIINATIUNAI IIUILL ANI! SUIIIILL SIIUIETY MISSISSIPPI SIJIIUIASTIU PRESS ASSUCIATIIIN var mvx PM . -. u . , . ,,' 1 J 1 I 'T M A I .., A ' I f - 5, YW -f ,X I G., I i I 1- P' Q IX I I I -. y, If-4 B- V' G HNQMAKEEAS -S ,P 'N NI W HN- XN y O Lv Rib ' X7 if 9 : f 'L :x 1 X Elf! f 0 4 V Q 5 0 s Q9 Sponsors: Miss Tommy Smith, and Miss Barbara Carter. V, Nl The Pep Club helps to build and keep alive school spirit, They are a great asset to our athletic teams OFFICERS: Marie Hunnings, Glenda Roberts, Marie Morie Sponsor: Miss Lynn Bacot. Mr JR. President-Freddie Io Morris, Vice-President-Adell Griffen, Secretary-Betty Lou Jones, Treasurer-Wauceil Cunningham, Reporter-Patricia Faggard, Program Chairman-Iackie Roberts. The 8th and 9th grade girls make up this Junior branch of the Y-Teens. They follow close in the path of their Senior group. Jr. Y-Teens To grow as a person: To grow in friendship with all people of all races, religion and nationalities: To grow in the knowledge and love of God. Motto "To Make the Best, Better" President-Marie Eckhoff, Vice-President-Bettie Leckie, Secretary 8a Treasure Anne Hurd, Recreation Leader-Janice Emerson, Reporter-Carolyn Lee, Vice- President-Ronald Johnson. 3 wr NJ 4 ' ' -i 5, , A. N , 'llfll' LLUB N . Q x . . . , , , 5 President-Paul Smith, Vlce-President-Llyde Moseley, Sargent At Arms-Berrlynn, Se retary and Treasurer-Larry Carpenter, Fred Miles-Activities Chairman, fnot showuj. The M-CLUB of Moss Point High is made up of boys who have won varsity letters. Article II of the club's constitution states the purpose of the club as, "encouraging a better understand ing between personnel of athletes and lay students, to insure fair play, to create a wholesome fellowship between the students and faculty, to back all scholastic activities, to promote ath- letics on a high plane, and to preserve the integrity symbolized by the coveted "M". 54 ,fn U, --ww 'F 1 ' j.ln Vx? -41 ,w sr President-Ruth Gordon, Vice-President Mona Khayat, Secretary-Betty McCooI, Reporter-Carol Koski, Pianist-Cassie Boyclt, Song Leader-Ann Gill. The Senior Y-Teens, a branch of the YWCA, is composed of girls from grades ten through twelve. This organization sponsors the annual Christmas formal, Farrner's Ball, and the Wh0's Who Contest. lncluded in their activities is the annual girls foot- ball game, 55 ww 'W-57' AVEE El THE EELLE JEEIEE PLAY Mitizie Walsh Lulu Green . Harriet Shaw Pudge Roberts Mrs, Fish . Bonnie Carson Ginnie Ellis. Rita Powers Warren Sands Slugger O'Day Jackie Clark Directors . CAST . Sheila Humphreys . . Ann Benefield . . .Cassie Boyett . . Carolyn Farragut . Martha Broadus . . Dorothy Carney . . Joan Webb . Dixie Wilson Robert Khayat . Lester Hill . . . . Larry Wood . Miss Willina Thomas Miss Peggy Harrell 41-gli 4-0v.',g fzJ7!'14f-7' ' THE LITTLE HEPH RD 0F KI GIHIM CIIME 'E lllli PLAY CAST Chad, "the little shepherd" . Pete Van Egmond Nathan Cherry .... . Luther Tanner Betsy Cherry . . . Peggy Green Melissy Turner . . . Earline Carter Major Calvin Buford . . Fred Miles Miss Lucy Buford . . . Myrna Ladnier Old Tom ....... Clyde Moseley Thanky . Genevieve Hinkel Mrs. Caroline Dean '. . .... Ann Gill Margaret Dean . . Mona Khayat Richard Hunt . ..... Joe Schaub Nellie Hunt ...... ' . Marie Hunnings Jennie Overstreet . Barbara Jean Carpenter Directors ............ Barbara Easley, Miss Thomas, Miss Harrell 57 rig 1- 41 YQ!-R-Y ,-1 li,-Y.. t i Ek? ,Casio GIRLS SEX TET: Martha Brodus, Cassie Boyett, Billye Faye Ready, Loretta Clark, Fay Farragut, Gene- vieve Hinkel. Mrs. Janice Hicks, Pianist. The high school chorus under the dir- ection of Mr. James Bishop presents each year a spring concert and perform at school assem- blies. They also take part in state festivals. l , A .' ,f1. f liar lA' X lr If . All 0FFlGllllS Captain and Drum Major, Jerry Miles, Lieutenant, John Young, Sergeant, Billy Koskig Sergeant and Majorette, Ann Gillg Li- brarian, Genevieve Hinkel, Majorettes, Cassie Boyett, Carol Koski, Frances Miles, Mona Khayat. ij, lain , The High School Band under the dir- ection of Mr. Jimmy Bishop and Mr. Shan- non Slyfield, performs at all football games. Here they are shown in concert formation as they give their spring concert. The band takes part in state competition and in the past has received many sup- erior ratings. It sponsors the Annual Carnival Ball which is the social event of the year. bw Ill-Y Officers: Robert Khayat, Presidentg Sonny Mills, V- Presidemg Rocky Farragut, Secg Luther Tanner, Treasg Larry Wood, Programs, "To create, Maintain, and ex- tend throughout the home, school, and community, high morals of Christian char- acter. " '-3"5gl"f This is the first Chapter of this Society that MPHS has ever had. We hope it will con- tinue to grow. MEMBERS: Ruth Gordan, Ann Gill, Pete Van Egmond. Sponsor: Mr. Tom Cook. gill an Ognrrgll r Zmrmaninual Bnnnmm ,Sn Hgh Srlmul Jnumalisls' E . O YH V9'W 4955 fwy,,? 1-LYON f I 0 s 0:4 S 523362, m mm flllfmm WX SVN MWWMU WKWY S 5 12' ' , 4 - . . V , 5 V ., v f., . ,s,,,,, s .,s f -' ,f 1 Ike ' lt ag., 5 -f wg, L , ,. 6 "' Hsin., " A 1-4? 1293. . - 'Q' :coli-sf, vj ' 1 " 3 r ,qs ,-. , 'vga . . A- V .vw V A l 'V 1, .W .rw V 5 K 'r4,,",1,1",,z I, k ,Q V H " JV K ,IE wg' Y. .' 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