Murrah High School - Resume Yearbook (Jackson, MS)

 - Class of 1959

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The student body providing the de- termined school spirit, whether on the football field, in the gym, participat- ing in scholastic competition, or work- ing 011 a school production, makes up the very core of our school. Since lVlurrah could not have obtained the name it proudly bears without that intangible something, school spirit, ex- hibited always by youg We dedicate this year,s Rcivzurzef, a record of your out- standing achievements, to Youfthe stu- dents of 1959. the students A KVVWFN W A.,, . .. L,.M...,, V 1 Q c WSW w??'f-w'T'Wf3?Ei1Em?'?l" 'f"WL' ' W,.. W, 25,57 . iwk. L- S - ' I ' -H H 'HRYQF M711 ,.., Je Ill I, A i I 2 , KO M.-S -1 w - QQ,-2 Q4 QL frwlj' -if ,Q K 5 Q , ' iIi"-x,f1i":5fi1f?"?"W- f 12- f5f3Q2ff'iQ5 ' A f .W ggwrx VAL 7.1 fi-, 5, gif 4 N-. In a stage production there are those who are not on stage to receive the applause, but without their efforts there could not have been a play. Any honors that may come to us, the students of Murrah, and to our school would not have been possible if you, the members of the faculty, had not been so patient, had not answered our confused questions, had not made us work harder than we wanted, and had not encouraged our efforts when we needed it. We have been in your care for one third of each day for five days a week for thirty-seven weeks, and if there could be a second dedi- cation to our annual it would be to you, the faculty. Dr. Kirby P. Walker Superintendent Board 0 Education 14'-as Dr. Harry S. Kirshman F. W. McEwen R. B. Layton r-L H. R. Sigler Assistant Assistant Director of Director of Su erintendent Su erintendent Curriculum Testin P P ge 5 A N. ' " 'fe' l'f'?Wlfx iTf"W'?"i'?f WH i - E Q, . W . M 'fH"gf?i4-'sfrr ' ly- - su s J"f'f', - 21- -H qw ' Q ' - j 1 I 'sf' VW - 1... A ' M.-g l., .H V. ., . M y to " W i V .i, , , as 'V -,,. W , L fi: 'Ls f-f-f .su Members of the Board-Mrs. Brister Ware, Lamar Noble, W. M. Buie, Presidentg Lester Alvis, Secretary: L. E. Al ford, Vice President. 14 Mr. Howard leland, This is the fourth time that lVlurrah has com- pleted a sehool year and for four years lVlr. Cleland has encouraged, inspired and guided this school to the high position it now holds. Through the past years Murrah has Won nation- wide acclaim, not only in scholastic achieve- ments, but also in extra-curricular activities. lVlany honors have been added to the history of lVlurrah and more are being added each year. 'l'hroughout this time lVlr. Cleland has been pre- sent to advise and to give help whenever needed. Principal Mr. Cleland discusses the se-mor sovial calendar with Margaret Murphee, ,lane Bartley, Lynda Yates and Alice Candy. 15 ii Uftflce Audrey Sims Grace Myers ASSiS-tan! Attendance Clerk Principal ..-1 An office assistant gives help when possible. L., u. ,Kp Lib rary i . 1 ' '- if X 'Aint i l The library is an important asset to our school. It helps in re- , A S search papers, reports, and book reports, and also gives us an op- A P ,-,i X' Y Xi portunity to read just for fun. 'A , ' X l A tw i Q ,K , 'y X K Library assistants make sure books are checked out right. ni L.. if ...KQV x .K v s. X. wl'w 'Z' Robbie Nell B.A. E. Librarian Hartley '55 rf y 12th grade students discuss Shakespeare's times. English Department All study is dependent on a knowledge and comprehension of the English language. The mechanics of a language are always the most important part, however, the literature expresses the feelings of the people. It is very important to become familiar with the ideas of great writers of the past and fthe present. Many of these writers and their illeiis are studied or touched on 'VZ' during the three year course of study at Murrah. Not only to speak correctly, but to express oneself more precisely is a very important aim of all, and both are emphasized at lVlurrah. Three years of English are required for grad- uation which shows the importance placed upon this subject. Rosemary Thompson, B.A. English-10 Blanche Musselwhite, B.A., M.A. English-12 Irene Breland, B.Ed.. M.Ed. English-ll Avis Russell, B.A., M.A. English-12 James M. Ewing, B.A. English-11, Speech Meda Bonne Crawford, B.A., M.A. English-10 lf lt 1 Q S IYEL c f 1 tt Misfit- M404-' WM Hazel Ruff, B.A., M.A. World History, Government, Economics James Merritt, B.A., M.Ed. American History, Physical Education Thomas Hunt, B.A. World History Charles Rugg, B.S. American History, Physical Education ,ae .a--0 World History students discuss their projects. Social Studies Social Studies is the study of man and his civ- ilization, past and present. There are four courses of study in this subject at Murrah. The first of two phases is world history. The second is the history of our own country. Government and eco- nomic classes discuss more fully the organization of our government, while American History studies the formation or evolution. History is very important. It has become a study of ideas and motives and the people behind them. Without a knowledge of history of America and the world, we would be very poor citizens and have very little understanding of other countries. Mads JL- 'vga Nliss Johnston gives extra help on Latin translation. Language Department One answer to the troubles of the world today might be found i11 better communication with peo- ple of foreign nations, and a better communication means a more extensive knowledge of foreign languages. High school is the best place to begin a study of languages, and they have become a very important part of the curriculum of Murrah. Three languages are offered at Murrah: Latin, Frenohq and Spanish. Each is no more important than the other, because while Latin is a basic language, French and Spanish are the ones which are used conversationally today. 0 v N sk, tw Marie-Rose Tizon, B.A., Bb French Isabel Johnston. B.A Latin Ana Sigler, B.A. Spanish, World History Dorothy Posey. B.A Latin Two students in deep concentration at the board. - l'vQ if f J ffl 'I L pczff , ' fu x ' v Glois Cheatham, B.S. l, JU Plane Geometry, Algebra .1 i I Grille Dodd, B.A. 1 ,lr Willie Spann, B.A., M.A. Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra Marguerite Caldwell, B.A. Plane Geometry, Algebra R. W. McCarley, B.A. Algebra Plane Geometry A Mathematics Department Mathematics is another course in high schools which has been down-ridden re- cently. However, Murrah offers five dif- ferent courses in this field: Two years of algebra, plane geometry, solid geometry, and trigonometry. Three years of math are required for graduation, and for those par- ticularly interested there is an extra-curric- ular course held each morning b e fo r e school. Mathematics is not only a study of fig- ures, quantities, and their relationship, but also it is the foundation for the other phys- ical sciences. It has become very important in every field: scientific, business and do- mestic. Thus it has become an important facet of life at Murrah. Kathryn Harris, B.S. it x Gray Jackson and Sylvia Dame produce oxygen in chemistry. Physics Delton Lyon, B.S. Biology U Johnny McDaniel, B.S. Chemistry Wayne Walley, B.S. Biology 54 Sputniks, ballistic missiles, space travel and the H-bomb have turned the world spotlight on the sciences, especially in the high schools. High schools have been down-ridden because of the lack of sciences in certain schools. However, Murrah is not found lacking in this respect. Three years of science are taught at Murrah, one of them is required, and for interested stu- dents there is a special science class in the morn- ing before school. These three sciences, biology, chemistry and physics, have become basic in many vocations, and the courses at Murrah pro- vide a good background for the more advanced and specialized sciences of college. vx Exercises become routine in girls' gym. Ph sical Education Recently in several magazines the physical htness of today's young person has been criti- vized greatly. Physical Education is required at lVlurrah which shows that we believe strongly in the theory, "Sound body, sound mindf, Kermit Davis NLS., BS. Nessie Bennett B.S. There are many sports in which an individual may engage. Volley ball, baseball, and basket- ball are just a few which both boys and girls may enjoy. These are team games and playing in them not only keeps you fit, but also improves your ability to eo-operate. Gym is mainly a period of co-operation-eco operation with the teacher, the squad leader, and the team. However, above allggym is a time to relax, forget other problems, and have fun. 1"'..3-P Free shots often win the game. gps A .H Students taking achievement tests in Personal salesmanship. G 'cl The guidance department of lVlurrah has There are three classes included in the hecome very important in every student,s life. guidance program. These classes are de- Counselors help arrange schedules and advise signed to help the student in all parts of his and aid the students in problems both aca- life. They are: Life Problems, Personal Sales- demic and social. Advice is also given as to manship, and Vocational Explorations. Each a suitable college to attend and help is given student is required to take one of these courses in preparing to attend college. each year he attends Murrah. Pauline Carter Robert Gillaspy Charles R. Shows BA., M.A., lVl.Ed. BS., lVl.Ed. BS., MA. Personal Salesmanship Vocational Explorations Life Problems 23 t atdvaliccd ur! class wutvlicr- at sculpture demonstration. Art A study of fine arts offers a person the opportunity to express himself in ways other than with words. Ceram- ics, oil paints, copper enameling and water colors are just a few of the many mediums used in creating in the art classes at lVlurrah. Home Economics Sewing, cooking, health, and nu- trition are just a few branches of study in home economics. Under the skill- ful guidance of Mrs. Starling, girls learn the techniques of managing a home. This knowledge of domestic art is gained through supervised train- ing. Malcolm Norwood Maida Starling B.S. "Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble." lv KSNQEQQQ' ,lou rnalism Journalism teaches basic journalistic principles. Work on the school newspaper allows the student to apply this knowledge. A course in journalism helps the student to express himself clearly and forcefully and also to encourage interest in contem- porary happenings in the nation and world. As soon as one paper is put to bed, another must begin. Mays B. Hunter B.S., M.A. Denson Deavers B.S.., M.Ed. Future architects and engineers at work. Mechanical Drawing First and second year mechanical draw- ing students produce detailed plates and scale drawings of machines and parts of machines. Third year students are con- cerned chiefly with architectural drawings and designs. The building of a usable skill in typewriting is the primary aim of this course. Skill is not merely the ability to type so many words a minute, but the ability to type material at an ap- propriate rate and with acceptable ac- curacy. The student is thus challenged to learn as a whole being and not as a one-sided specialist. Speech Students lie-ten to interpretive reading. Students toil over a tive-mln ute speed drill. Joel W. Cooper B.S. Typing Typing To be able to speak before an aud- ience with poise and self-confidence is an immeasurable asset. A speech course helps every student to reach QQ this goal. Parliamentary procedure, drama. acting, and directing are also included in the study of the speech student. Emmy Lou Patten B.A., M.A. Speech 26 l i' "' Leland Byler, B.A., M.M. Cho ral Music The lVll11'1'Z-Ill Band is a talented group of students for whom we have great admiration. Preform- ing for football half-time activ- For those who enjoy singing. Murrah offers a wonderful cho- ral music department. Under the direction of Leland Byler, stu- dents learn to improve their sight reading abilities, musical expres- sion, and voice quality. In the advanced groups, the singers gain experience and rec- ognition through public appear- ances. Band ities, parades and concerts with great enthusiasm and skill, they improve our school spirit and the attitude of others toward Murrah. Roger Dollarhirle Q'-'ev' 27 The Band during a practice ses i n H in , Q, ,A l i ,,.V .,2 I , The student lift- ol' lvlllI'l'illl is as varied as the studf-nts of whivh it is t'0IIlp0S6ll. Tho holws and drvunis of the student lmody arv mfleivtml in the- tradition which is growing in thc youth of our school. 'l'ln'oughout this sevtion school support, individuality, and vn- thusiasrn are shown tlnough the talents of each studvnt. l N at ,ti K , it M ,Q lVlu1'1'z1h High Svhool lives only as its stucle-nt lmocls lives. This SllIllOIll lmocly with its avtivitivs is vomplvtvlx responsilmle for the l'CPlll2lll0ll of gl'G21tllf'SS whivh lVllll'l'i now enjoysffol' the ultra-moclern liuilclingi. which is thx homo of lVlU1'1'klll, has no life in it. This stuclvnt hotly gon s through its life at lVlurrah as at group . . . mul as am in flividuzll. Life at lVlurrali is sometimes happy IIS is tht lilo of all te-f'n-agvrs: 30 W All phases of student life at ?Vluri'uli. no mziltvi' what the activity. are 1-f'11tci'vmi ililtllll an until'- ing spirit and deterniiiiationg dvtvrminzltion not only in athletivs. lrut in f'vv1'y-day svhooi-work. S '1Q..,s..2'iu. m it we -.. "' t The students of Murrah spend part of their svhool life on and luehind the stage as well as in the audienve. Murrahis first theatrival produrtion of the year HI Re- rnelnlwr Mama," was a great success. "Mama" lnronght the efforts of many of the- students together in a rewarding earn- paign to present another widely acclaimed tht-atrival produvtion in Murrah,s tradition of great plays. Cooperation made the play possildeg vooperation of the actors, the directors. stage- crew, lighting, make-up. svmiir design. public-ity. and other groups to present the play in a worthy manner. preperations an- mad: 'D :J ..t 5 -r I 1'-. Q I 5 1 fftffgr BB .md hu..-W The- finished st-I and tht- cast stand rt-ady for opt-ning night. 32 f ugrwgf 9. f 'Q' Ii .. Il llggw, H4 ALIIIIJ. . ,,. , 'rrlll Xxllllllllli and Lillllll I.igl1lwx lll .1 lllllllhllit' fu-:mv RAW XA X Halrlmral Urmss-ll works un llla' lun The Cunmic le-ads of "Munm." Riu-rg Mfrvd. Min- Cundv. Urn-min l"1r'k4-I' 'mul Howard Tharm-s. ' 33 1 . 4 M. 1 H omecomin Homecoming Queen, Ruth Elliot, with hen escort, Arnold Hederman, leaves the football field after Ruth had been crowned by the co-captains at half time. This game climaxvd the da'y's homecoming activities which in- cluded a mock football game in the gzyinna- sium. Tlu- Homecoming court, L. lo R.: Sophomore maid. Ginger Bellg Senior maid. Peggy Ray: Que:-ii. Ruth lzlliot: 54-nior maid. Muralyn Childress: Junior maid, llc-lene Haskins. 4 .mf get ,. M' ' e q, I K-3 . at 1 ,.-n V: K , ...Pm aww, Each year thc teenagers of Jackson join together to do their part in the fight against crippling diseases. The proceeds from several activities were contributed to this cause. A style show and peanut sales were two of these activities. The Blue Knight and Silver Lady with the T.A.P. court were pre- sented in assembly. The day's activities ended with a dance at the Heidelberg Hotel. Sept. Nov Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Jan. 8 TAP Court T.A.P. Court, L. to R.: Ginger Bcll. Steve Fowler. Alabcl Nlav. Robcrt Hcdl n Miriam Wilson, Bill Lane, Silver Lady. Judith Thompson: Blue Knight, .lctf ,lt-ff Will Brantley. Sallv Hand. David l,ipscomb. Caroline Newman. .limmy Bar ,lune Hines. Activities Calendar -Classes begin 7-Homecoming l0-Back-to-School Night 21 81 22-"I Remember Mama 22-State Student Library Asst. Conven- tion 26-Annual Thanksgiving: Band Concert I8 and Dance Y-Annual Football Banquet 30-'ll.A.P. Court and Dance Feb. Feb. Feb. Apr. Apr. May May June 13 19 I9 9 23 l 22 --Resume Dance -MUl'1'3h-C0-ROlll1ll -Annual Senior-Faculty Basketball game lsponsored by Pleimlesl -Host, State P.T.A. Convention -25-HCall lVle lVladam" -Junior-Senior Prom -Class Day 4-Graduation Ihr- clivf'rlz-'irlcrs lead an pep rally on the patio. Cheerleaders Tlic cheerleaders are a-very necessary part in the promotion of an already high spirit at lVlur- rah. The cheerleaders are pre- sent at all our footliall games to holster our determination and the determination of the team. They are also in charge of the pep rallys and hon fire. The cheer- leaders give willingly of their time and energies. and render a valuable service to their school. First row, L. to R.: .ludy Davis, Judy Harris, Brenda Parker, Bryce Moore. Second row: ,Iunc Hines, Wanda Wilkinson, Kay An- derson, .luditli Thompson. 36 Mr. Cleland presents a diploma to Kay Rovkelt as Don Locke- waits Io receive his, Graduation Possilrly the most important activity ol the students of lVlllI'l'Hll is also the last. Three years of hard work are culminated when we proudly receive our diploma. This day has been looked forward to anx- iously, and now that it is here we greet it with mixed emotions. With this. our lives as students of lVlu1'1'ah eome to a Close. Sr. Class President Will llranlley de-liv dent's address. ? Curricular Activities ' N n 5 S ' .. f - .qu :lil ln addition to ilu- rx-gxulaii' zwzulc-iiiiv program at lWui'i'ali niuny sllulc-nts pur- ticipate in various uvlivitie-s vital lo llu- siu-4-ess of the school ya-ur. 'llluv Stiulf-nl Couiu-il, Mui'i'ul1's gov:-mnu-iital luuly. di1'c-L-ts the zuilivilivs ol tlu- si-liool. 'l'lu- lVllll'1'iill Siiigm-rs. tlu- lllusiung liuiul mul tlu- Murrali lllim-5, ulily n-pn-sm-ill us ui progranis lu-rv mul out ol' town. 'l'lu- three pulilivalions, ilu- R1-.wzznzfz llu- lioof- beatq and tlu- ljleizzflf-5, display tlu- jour- nalistic: talent mul skill ol llu- stalls. llewauliiig those sludc-nts outstuiuling in the field of jouriuilism is llu- lVlzi-ion' Fl'6llCI'lCl'i J. Sullins Cluiptl-i' ol' tlu- Quill Sa Sc-roll. am ll0ll0l'ill'y j0lIl'llElllSlll' -sovi- c-ty. 'l'lu-sv t'lll'l'lK'llllil' zu-tivitic-s t'0Illl'l- liute lo tlu- high i'll2ll'2ll'l.l'l' ol' ilu- Sl.lllll'lll liody and slrivm- to lIlSll'lll'l ilu- Hlllill'IlllS in le-zulersliip and sc-ll' improve-nu-nl quail- itics which will lu- usm-cl ow-i' mul ovc-r llll'0l1Q.fll0lll lift-. tudent Council U""'v E... ilk "rr" Bill Lane Jeff Jeffreys David Lipscomb Vice-President President Secretary in 'C' Judith Thompson Treasurer The Student Council. the lawmaking hody of the school. is made up of the presidents of each homeroom, the three class presidents, a sponsor. and the president elected hy the student hody. The council promotes understanding hetween Soulful: lliompson. Wilkinson, Marv, Lynn, Hines, Jeffreys, Miss ? Sally Hand Reporter classes and develops leadership, interest, and responsihility through participation in school activities. Most of the arrangements for the so- cial activities of the school are handled hy com- rnitties composed of memhers of the council. fnrtcr, Sponsor: Anti:-rsori. Childress. Clark, Hand. lliclu-ll. Sfflllllillgf lirunllcv. ll:-rlcrinaii, l,i,ist-.,m1,, Bates, Cleveland, Hudgins, Fowler. lnkster. lirovlxrnan. Lam-. Mcfforiniek. McHolwrIs. Johnston. Thoinpson. Mr1i'plii'ec. Myers. llarksdale. Lipsuonih. Witt. Ainsworth. 'bf William M urrah ingers fx Leland Byler George Atkinson Director Accompanist The lVlurrah Singers. under the direc-tion of Leland liyler, is a select group of the finest voices from the Choral lVlusie i-lasses. These talented students are chosen on the basis of au- ditions before school opens, and by the begin- ning of the svhool year they are a well-trained voval group. ln addition to IllllSll'2il programs given in as- sembly, the Singers represent lVlurral1 at von- certs, conventions, and civic club meetings. This popular choral group has recorded an album containing the program they presented in Chi- cago last summer at the National Kiwanis Con- vention. Thei Murrah Singers are one of lVlur- rahls most well-liked. celebrated student organ- izations. l"1'r.wI row: l'lIllIl1lll1l!s, Miller. Wells, U4-Moss. Childress. Cabell, Jeffroals, Wilkinson. Bishop, Reynolds. Harris. Moore, McCraw, Cur- land, llylvr. Seronrf row: Todd. Crow, Mavberry, Hutchins, Montgomery, Charles, Cleveland Dees, Long, Smith, lllylhc. Prim-, jor- dan. Harmon, Hand. Taylor. Williams. Third row: Hales. Parker. Quinn, Cainey, Knight, Raley, Wllitlr-y. Myers, Layton. Lipscomb Skla'W' iS' 1'74 - f-' - ' ' ' ' n, yinonc. nnlh, Nlilaildzn. Moungcr. Welch. Cullen. Fourlh row. Grantham. Burns, Xarbrough, Pratt, Saflc-y. Hardy, Car- michael. Stallings. lnkster. lxlC'CllI'lllll'li. Wills. Hudgins, Buchanan, Ford, Meishurg, Brown. Stone. Cox, Clark. Aecornpaniste Alkinson. I' A A 1 1 -fN..-- 1 ,3 3 4 , , i Q- Cy ,f-l I Q. 0 , S V x A n S 9-5 M tv , it A 'SON' l"ir.xlro1t: WlNIlS'l'l-itll, t1.fXl"l'.'XlN1 Nlalggvt-, Wisv. Ht-witt, Hurmly. ,lont-s. tlooflwill. Svliurlz. Smith. l"t'ri'e-ll. Sgtflcy. Swnnrf rout' Xlvixlltirg. tllituitlmni. Ulu-n. Wutxon. l,ollin. l"n-viiiztit. Uruliznn, l,itth-. Wt-Ile, llollurliiclv. Tliirrl row: Witt, Wt-lls, Curr, Stotlgghill, Knight. Sly. Whit--. Fltllflh row: l'lf'I'g.Ill!4l'lI1, Tull, Crislvr, Fulchvr, llurhni. Kowlon. llilhnrn. tloot-li, Brown. l't-isonf. lfittli roux' -. .' it-ml, Xlt'.'Xlllllll'. liLlItl'klSll'!'. Moorv. tfnnip, NIt'xXllllllillllN lilo-, thirlt--. l'.ittx. 'llilultlt Ni . lhtniv. 'lllw hannl is one ol' our most Al or-bv Rug:-r llollurliiflv llirtwtor Y-..,' Stvvc Mc-islrurg Drum Major ll Qing' +1-ati' is K my-.nuIl""!" "Q-suv' In 5 X 5 sf' . i X . 'J' , ,,,. J T 3 1 K Y l 't"':"9l',., - . " Q , p A awtivc school 0I'f2QilIllZ2lll0llS. Stu- rlvnts partivipzitingx in ther lmntl program put in niainy hours ol' work and przn-tit'e' to ln-lp lmring rnorv honors to Wlurrnli. ln aiml- mlition to svvoiicl pm-riotl ztncl horns'- room tht- hand pi'artit't's ztftvr whool. lluntl invnilvc-i's pm-rlortn :it foothall gunic-s. pumtlt-s. ron- rclrts. zintl thv Mississippi lluntl flontvst lwlml mn-li spring: in ,Im-lv won. Tlw niuny HSlllltxl'l0l'u at- wurtls whim-li tht- llfltlstzirig Ilzintl i'w'vivvs at rontvsts hztlzimw' ull tht- vxtrai vffort whit-li pi'ut'tim- vntztils. lntlivifluztl work is also viiipliztsizvcl so that thc tlllillllf' of tht- hznnl will always rt-tnztin. llztnnl nienilwrs arm' ggivvn vuriouf opportnnitivs for tlw htturv :if we-ll as riffh profits from tht-it many' lrwntlslnps anntl txXIN'l'l- Minis. Ylajortdtw-s Fostvr. Butler, Tullos. La-folclt. VFPIIIPIP. Colilr. wif' -,., 9 -iq. :bf gs "T":7if f-- Q. -. .s M ,tm Marguerite Richmond, Sharon Bales, Buddie Barksdale, Linda Wilson, Rachel Strickland, 5ylvia Fowler. .lerry Hall, May Garland, Delainc Calendar, Ann Mayberry. .lane Battley, Rivers Alfred, Martha Hamilton, Meg Wells, Peggy Ray, Margaret Holmes, ,ludy MrCuffev. Ann Holiman, Mary Parker Harmon, Faye Briggs, Polly Spann. .lulia Piatt, Sylvia Davidson. M h M . In their second year of organization, the Murrah Misses have provided an eye-appealing precision drill team which has accom- panied the band at half-time performances, in parades and at benefits. Acting as good will ambassadors from Murrah, the Misses have received enumeralile c-ompliments on their well co- ordinated routines. mm '-ws. lm-ll In riglil: Ann Nlaylwrry. First Lieuten- ant: .lane llattley, Captain: James Ewing, Sponsor: liivt-rs Alfred. Second Lieuten- Qu., Resume The Resume, lVlurrah's annual record of the students, activities, is coordinated and published by an editor and a staff elected by the students, with the aid of an adult advisor. lVlembers of the staff wrote and presented a skit in assembly to kick off the most successful sales cam- paign in the history of Murrah. Many long tedious hours of work are required Suzanne Rau to meet the deadlines which always seem Editor to arrive ahead of time. Judith Thompson Malcolm Norwood Business Manager Sponsor Resume Staff. Seated: Sally Wilson, Kay Anderson, Lynda Yates, Barbara Crowell. Standing: Robert Hedcrman, Ann Mayberry, Kay Rockett, Fred Johnson, Arthur Inkster, Don Lacy, and Anne Wright. NAMES I" X if 2 5 41 f aff, Swlterl: Carolyn N1-wmun, Judith 'I'l1umpsm1, .Xlivc Caro' Candy, Murgurct Murphrvc, Sflllldillgl Nluggiv flllllllllillll. Howurc Tllanlcs. Cary Rulwrsnn. "Wl1o'Ll yu vxpecl . . . Lu- liallm-if Stuff, Swllvrl: Slllillllll' Um-Moss. lzilfvlilll' Tnlcr. Mary Ivy, Mary Mvfloy, Alulwl May. Stand- ing: Mary l'all'k1-1' llurnmn. Ivan Hanlvy. lh-Il l"lvming. Ralph Urockrlmll, Tommy Smith. Rolwrl Mumford. , X Y? H oof beat The Hoofbeaz. lVlurrah's hi-monthly record of the sclloolls current events. is the product of the advanced jour- nalism class. In keeping the students up-to-date with news happenings. ed- itorials and features the Hoofbeat has received national awards for its out- standing coverage. ln collaboration with the Safety Council the Hoofbeat staff publishes an annual safety ed- ition. This paper is part of the school- wide campaign to stress safety during Sylvia Dam? Safety Emphasis Week. To prepare lCl't ' . Um the Junior Nlemlmers of the staff to take over editing the Hoofbent, once a year a Junior Edition is puhlished. Each year at the Mississippi State ,Jw Press Conference held at Old Miss the Hoofbent wins numerous awards. Marjorie Buie Mays B. Hunter Business Manager Sponsor Cm-ncral Staff, Firsl rmc: Susan Berman. Bill Lane, Becky Dean. Martha Hamilton. Sally Hicks. 5f'l'tIllff raw: ll:-ll lflf-ming. Sally Shell. Sue Rosulf-lx. Linda Fowler. Anna Cox. ,., 'Wupnauqnnsxexuw ' i . r li 5 t tr J, 9 .sg ms ,W mf ,nm tt' , . Stuff, Se'11l0r1': Fra-drivu Crawley, Sylvia Dunn-, Marulyn Childress, Slrnzzlingg: Dun l.m'k1-, I,illII'il' Hvurin, ,limmy Uulv. Stuff: x1ill4i0l'il' Univ, Cray ,l1u'kson. Ruhr-rl Il0dl'l'lllilIl. Sfrlmling: fflimlwtll Tzlylur, Hvlvm- Haskins, Uurlmru Sloan. Sylvia Hrudlvy. k ,9 mx. if s 'w-2" 1 Hi fl 1 taht! X ,,, 1- 'I W -:QS SS- , S f Q N"""w ,. . .Wk X .,....i 47 Pleiades W l'ilI'.'if mic: Faym- Briggs, Courtney McFadden, Miriam Wilson, Bentley Layton, Mary Ladncr, Priscilla Miller, Maralyn Childress. Scvoml mir: Miss Nlussclwllite, Cindy Grantham, .limmy Dale, Mike ltrarlsliaw. llilly Ralsin, Will Brantley. Bob lVlCl.Cun, Susan Ber- n1an.:ind Nlary l'lllllllg1lI. V Bentley Layton . Miriam Vbfilson Fdimr Blanche Musselwhllc Business lvli-ll1ZlfI1'l' The PLEIADES, a collection of the best lit- erary compositions produced by students at lVlur- rah and Bailey is published eaeh spring pro- viding a hook of good reading. The students are encouraged to express themselves in original short stories. poems, and essays which are Sponsor judged by an outstanding literary figure. This year, Miss Eudora Welty, one of lVlis- sissippi's internationally famous writers, judged the short story section of the PLEIADES. The lwest ones are then chosen for pulmlication. uill and Scroll ' 1 t """Y' 'S-Est' if if .L s- tif gr Standing: Suzy Rau, Laurie Hcarin, ,Iimmy Dale, Don Locke, Nan Smith, Elizabeth Taylor, Mays B. Hunter, sponsorg Bar- hara Sloan, Sally Hicks, Fredricka Crawley. Seated: Miriam Wilstvn, Treasurerg Bill Lane, Presidentg Judith Thompson S1-crm-tary: Fred johnson. Not picturcrl: Marjorie Buie, Maralyn Childress, Vice-Presidentg Bentley Layton. The Fredrick J. Sullens Chapter of the Quill speakers in assembly including Mr. A. Boyd and Scroll is a National Honorary Journalistic Campbell, who spoke on L'What Mississippi Society composed of students who are outstand- Offers Its Youthf' and Willie Ley, a leading ing in the field of Journalism. This year the authority on rockets and space travel. chapter has sponsored several distinguished afety Councll The Safety Council, composed of one repre- sponsors an annual safety emphasis week and sentative from each homeroom, meets through- cooperates with the Hoofbeat in stressing the out the year to discuss means of promoting need of safety precautions. safety inside and outside of school. The Council sf f K - - Swirl 2 it Jr 'erm -ut., 5 x if 'Q Ref,-'ta 'ki ' 4' +'-noi. ibm, i Q Z Stated Hill Nteiyn Brown Ailun Stcrtttry Utesch Bradley. Second Vice-Presidentg Battley, Mcllowan, Gearheart, Gold- lllll Vlftllll SIIIIHIIIIQ, 5p1uld1ng Keith Pirst Vice President: Holdcrficld, Reporter: Sklar, Coker, Jones, Charles. Not pic- : , we g , , s-,"..' ":.'a ', ',l'. rnrcd: Spivey, President: McLean, Third Vice-President. Classes afifbgg xggw . L k fi-,Ax S N www 1 -x X X ,Sew .K A 3 '-'- f ABQ, -ff i 'viii lg M ' I 'KM 515' 1 fi X .,gga., f s 1 - S :gm --L PW? ,us 137' Senior Class offivers elected by the students are: Top row: Will Brantley, Pre-s.q Bobby Arnold. Vice-Pres. Boltom row: Bryce Moore. Sec.: Miriam Wilson. Trt-us. Now we are Seniors. We look to the past years with fondness and to the future years with hopeful plans. We cannot forget Murrah because in being a part of it for three years the ideals to which it holds have become a part of us. This year has been the climax of the growth and learning of twelve years. Yet, we realize that this is not the end. but it is the be- ginning. Q The 1958-59 Senior Class .'c Paul Adams Quips and Cranks . . . cut-outs, cams, Carburetors . , means for merriment . . . . ' fi Y '--. Johnny Ainsworth Adept athlete . . . spright sense of humor . . . trusty ehum . . . Homeroom President 3, SASC Delegate, Baseball Letter 2. Sevonti Tealn All City Baseball. , ' Y I i, UK .S t m,.g, ,A .V , . l' ,ti fl Jing L . U' " ,A ' 'l ted ' 7 1 L 1 A 'EQ' t X i tbl A' A K 'D t t rt .N 1 'ti ffl l lttx Tommy Alford L ' 1 . . .. . . X M J Hun ng, swimming. skiing . . . action with autos . . Cu ,JV rea L rugged . . . Xt, l Y ll Driver 3. L I t t P it t Lane Allen Sports enthusiast . . . brilliant brain . . . steady stage- light ,r . . . . Lighting Club Scribe 3, Thespian, National Merit Semifinal- ist 3. G Clarence Anderson Slide rules and test tubes . . . homemade rockets . . . boisterous funmaker . . . Second Place City Science Fair 2, Second Place District Science Fair 2, First Alternate Math Team 2. Kay Anderson Pens, pencils, paints . . . constantly congenial . . "are you ready" . . . Homeroom President 3, Homeroom Vice President 2, Cheer- leader 3, Resume Feature Editor 3, Thespian 2. Bobby Arnold Lady's lineman . . . the big brother type . . . affable . . . Vice Pres. Class 2,3, Vice Pres. Homeroom l,2,3, Capt. Football Team 3, Vice Pres. "M" Club 3. '? George Atkinson Perfect pianist . . . baseballs and tennis balls . . . ready wit . . . Band Member 1,2,3, Murrah Singers Ensemble Accompanist 3, Murrah Singers Accompanist 3. is the fouQgtlffidffl argest Jw Wi, A ' Buddy Axley "Axle', . . . great on guitar . . . handy hunter . . . Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild First State Award. Billy Baker . Obliging outdoorsman . . . talk and tennis . . . black chevy . . . Tennis Letter 2, City High School Doubles Champs 2. Sharon Bales Pretty and peppy . . . Rainbow Girl . . . always ami- cable . . . Murrah Singers 2,3, Murrah Misses 2,3. Becky Barksdale Chit-chatterer . . . artistically inclined . . . high on horses . . . Thespian -2. bl' Carol Barksdale Stylish seamstress . . . "Staten booster . . . Authentic athlete . . . Volleyball All-Star Team 1,2,3, Basketball All-Star Team Mary Ann Barr Hearty "Hey'l . . . D.A.R .... others first, self last . . . nimble-fingered piano player . . . Cary Bass Laudable letterman . . . man of mark . . . chivalric charm . . . Vice Pres. Homeroom 1, Sec. Homeroom 2,3, Football Letter 2,3, Baseball Letter 2,3. Jane Battley Mississippils Episcopal Prexy . . . full of fun . . . ef- fective leader . . . Captain of Murrah Misses 3, Resume Art Staff 3, Thes- W pian Safety Council Rep. 3, Les Createurs 3. 9 f class to ever graduate from Jo Ann Bishop Fluent French . . . refreshing spirit . . . abundance of friends . . . Murrah Singers 3, transfer: Brave Staff 1, Varsity Basket- ball Captain 2, Spokesman Feature Writer 2, Homeroom Pres. 1. Tommy Blue True-blue . . . topnotch tennis . . . knave of non- sense . . . Tennis Letter l,2,3, Tennis Club Sec. 2. Joe Blythe Skims on skis . . . stately songster . . . experiments in 206 . . . f Murrah Singers 2,3. Beverly Boswell A special sparkle . . . good natured . . . sharing and sympathetic . . . Girls' Ensemble l, Thespian 3, Music Librarian l. f B-sf . ,! LQ. v-gl 'I 55 lows, and wind M urrah. Martha Bridges Babbling brook . . . back stage helper . . . jolly jack- in-the-box . . . Latin Skit 1,2, Thespian 2, Les Createurs 3. Faye Briggs Grace and dancing . . . star performer . . . definitely dramatics . . . Safety Council 2, Pleiades Staff 3, Thespian 3, National Merit Semifinalist 3 2, Murrah Miss Barbara Bottorf HL. T. Lover', . . . treasured friend . . deft artist Thespian 2, Les Createurs 3. Mike Bradshaw Wealth of worth . . . Eagle Scout . . wry wit Pleiades Staff 3, Baseball Manager 2, Vice Pres Homeroom 3, National Merit Semifinalist 3 Will Brantley "Huck,' . . . obliging sir . . . sheepish grln Vice Pres. Homeroom 1,2, Senior Class Pres 3 Reporttr Audio-Visual Club, Football Letter 3, Basketball Letter 3 Louise Brewer Long lovely locks . . . ably athletic . waltzes wll Murrah Miss 2, All-Star Teams 1,2,3, Thespxan 2 Chairman of Costume Club 3. They topped all fi 'IE , i .tgp 5 Mink -g Ralph Brockman All around athlete . . . hearty and handsome . . liked by all . . . Homeroom Pres. 2,3, Resume Sports Editor 3, Vice Pres. Club 3, Football Letter 3, Golf Letter 2. Don Bruce Props expert . . . casual and carefree . . . sports booster . . . Track Letter 2. 55 Eva Gene Brunson 'Une petite femmei' . . . Congeniality . . . delightfully giddy . . . B, Dale Buchanan 4:7 Towering tenor . . . car trouble? . . . fearlessly frank . . . Chairman of Ensemble Club 3, Member Murrah Singers 2,3, Safety Council Representative 3, Track Letter 2,3. Thes- pian 2. Marjorie Buie lnvitingly uninhibited . . . lovely to look at . . . Seventeen model . . . Hoofbeat Business Manager 3, Quill 81 Scroll 3, Thespian 3. Ben Burnham Chevys and hotrods . . . faithful friend . . . Carol Ann . . . Bus Driver 3. previous years b taking Sally Burns Dancing damsel . . . vibrant voice . . . gentle and gen- CTOUS . . . Murrah Singers 3. Byron Burson "Kurt" . . . around the world . . . friendly fellow . . Betty Butler Love of life . . . violin virtuoso . . . rose-petal skin . . Bridge Club, Teenage Book Club President 1,2, Safety Coun cil Representative 1,2, Band Librarian 2,3, Secretary Home- room 3, National Merit Semifinalist 3. Patsy Butler Full of zest . . . life of the party . . . intellectual curi osity . . . Photography Club Reporter 2, Order 81 Chaos Club Secre- tary 2, Youth Congress Alternate 3. Deliane Callender Breath-takingly brunette . . . leisurely Southern supporter . . . Y-Teen Treas. 2, Murrah Miss 3. Brent Carmichael Working backstage . . . reels of records cracks . . . Cary Carstens Brent's . . . work after school . . . happy-go-lucky . Eddie Cates Cars and more cars . . . red headed run-about . Southern drawl . . . twenty-eight . . . witty wise- ational Merit Craig Chandler "Ham', operator . . . Jackson Amateur Radio Club Vice Pres .... especially electronics . . . Radio Club Sec. 2. Maralyn Childress News and interviews . . . vivacious, versatile, vera- cious . . golden grace . . . Murrah Singers 2,3, Theater Guild Sec. 3, Homeroom Pres. 3, Pleiades Staff l,2,3, National Merit Semifinalist 3. Joann Clayton Blithe spirit . . . gracious ways . . . angelic coun- tCYlaIlCC . . . Joe Clement Girls, girls, girls . . . rhythm . . . quite a comedian . . . Safety Council Representative 2. Chip weekends merry marme friend- A friend indeed valuable volleyballer ight- Ready rod n reel terrific tblrd Great White Dizzy blonde Swlmmlng n travelling friends awards. Their Fredricka Crawley Writers, cramp . . . applaudible pianist . . . sincerity . . . Quill and Scroll 3, Stale Times Teen Column 3, Associate Editor of Hoofbeat 3. Jimmy Crisler Plenty of pranks . . . zany and zestful . . . hearty hunter . . . Lacy Crisler Cosmopolitan air . . . breezy blue chevy . . . trav- eller . . . Thespian 2. Barbara Crowell "Lucy,' . . . wonderful worker . . . friendly smiles . . . Treasurer of Thespians 3, Scenic Design Scribe 3, Les Crea- teurs Vice President 3, Safety Council Representative l,2. Senior Class Editor of Resume? 3. 'Jai ,Ionna Lynne Cullen From Memphis . . ."cut that rugi' . . . football fan . . . Jimmy Dale Riotous writings . . . extra extrovert . . . court jester . . . Homeroom Reporter 3, Pleiades Staff, Hoofbenl News Ed- itor 3, National Merit Semifinalist 3. Sylvia Dame Sterling friendship . . . responsible writer . . . happy. busy high school days . . . cil 3, National Merit Semifinalist 3, Quill Sz Scroll 3. 11,9 Sylvia Davidson One in a million . . . relish for life . . . tops with ev- eryone . . . fer: Class Pres. 1, Class Favorite 1, Scribe of Acting and Directing. inexhaustible school spirit Charleen Deaton Delightful darling . . . laughs and looks . . . seasoned with sweetness . . . Homeroom Secretary 1,2,3, Thespian 2. Jimmy Dees Medic to be . . . valuable chorister . . . uproarious fun . . . Football Team 1,2,3. Penny Dickson Mirthful miss . . . gala gal . . . perennial pep . . navy blue . . . Thespian 2, Hoojbeat Reporter 3. James Dodds Eager Eagle Scout . . . gallant golfer . . . esteemed b ever one y y . . . Golf Letter 2, Debate Team Alternate 3, National Merit Semifinalist 3. Hoofbeat Editor 3, Homeroom Reporter 1,2, Student Coun- Thespian 2, Lt. 'Murrah Misses 2, Murrah Singers 2, Trans- Q--f ya. 5 N .Tian and enthusiasm led Murrah Kathy Eakin Dress designer in disguise . . . devoted to drama . . benign blonde . . . Thespian, N.M.S.C. Semifinalist 3. Ralph Edwards Keen hunter . . . hooks, lines, and sinkers . . . bashful boy . . . Ruth Elliott Instantaneous and individual . . . forever fascinating . . . sweet seventeen . . . Homecoming Queen 3, Homeroom President 1, Homeroom Vice President 2, Hoofbeat Advertising Staff 3. Richard Farlee Coins 'and cars . . . likable, loquacious . . . cheerful chum . . . 60 Red headed rlot glow in the dark hair non chalant crazy about cars Holiday Humor ring on her finger lively laughter Girl with a green thumb enjoyable conver satlonallst subtle sarcasm Les Creatures 3 Cameo Complexion resplendent beautv tricks and trumps Tennis Team 3. Jimmy Ferguson Always autos . . . tricky trombone . . . gentleman Jimmy . . . Band First Sergeant 2, Band First Lieutenant 3, Superior Band Awards. Pickens Florence Positive punctuality . . . precise locution . . . perfectly polite . . . Sergeant-at-Arms of Speech Club 2, Reporter of Golden Gavieliers. Dennis Ford From Riverside . . . wit and wisecracks . . . carefree chorister . . . Color Guard 3, Murrah Singers 3, Murrah Singers Ensemble Susan Foster Lilting laughter . . . fascinating eyes . . . witty re- marks . . . Band 1,2,3, Majorette 2,3, Bridge Club Sec. 1, Vice-Pres. Majorette Club 2. I to win, the it Football Sylvia Fowler Exotic eyes . . . delicious beauty . . . autumn and auburn . . . Murrah Miss 2,3. Alice Candy Leave 'em laughing . . . radiant smile . . . scintillating personality . . . Thespian 2, Props Club Scribe 3, Jolliest Junior 2, Pleiades Staff 3. Robert Gardner The boy next door . . . devoted to Delaine . . . flair for friendliness . . . May Garland Musical May . . . "Mn is for merriment . . . always a helping hand . . . Murrah Misses 3, National Merit Semifinalist 3, Murrah Singers 3, Y-Teen Club Pres. 1, Teenage Book Club Vice Pres. 2. Charlie Gear "Charlie Brown" . . . vim and vigor . . . cheery "hellos" . . . Homeroom Vice Pres. 2,3. Bob Gilfoy Quite a crooner . . . church worker . .'. jumping jeep . . . Thespian 2. Anne Green Tender talk . . . dreamy . . . fabulous clothes . . . Thespian 2, All Star Volley Ball team l,2. Sally Hand Poise and tact . . . a silver lining . . . sparkling dis- position . . . Class Sec. l,2, Homeroom Pres. 1,3, Star Thespian 2, Murrah Singers 2. 3. Homecoming Court l,2. Q' iw in W hampionship and 46Excellent" T"' 45, A ,:, V fi' Rob Hardy Mellow voice . . . sandy hair . . . lean and lank . . . Band Member 1,2,3, Murrah Singers 3. Tom Harrell Madcap humorist . . . rhythm in his feet . . . double time dancer . . . Transfer: CMA track team. Gini Hathorn Unfeigned friendship . . . piano player . . carriage . . . Laurie Hearin Sophisticated beauty . . . telephone talker. insane . . . Hoofbeat News Editor 3, Homeroom Reporter Scroll 3, Thespian. . graceful lovably 1, Quill 8 Arnold Hederman Best basketeer . . . towering above all . . . finest first- baseman . . . Homeroom President 2,3, Secretary of Audio Visual Club, Basketball Letter 1,2,3, Baseball Letter 1,2,3, Basketball, Baseball All-City. Gordon Heidelberg Creative chap . . . amiable artist . . . crazy cartoon and caricatures . . . ,Q , A ,f N, rl ,f ,, ,,, vt. ..1,f ,f!..t ff. ..4 v -I i nf, , l Jrffflf jak, ' " ,fri ,Mfg ,,. .g jvf ,fill 1""l -f1L,i1 tiff nw. wffff 1-ff ' M .,'f.",ff' ,117 "' Donald Herman QA2 "Rock and Roll" . . . classy clothes . . . jukebox, jazz, jitterbug . . . One Star Thespian 2, Two Star Thespian 3, Homeroom Secretary 2, Chairman of Lighting Club 3. Sally Hicks Authentic athlete . . . Yea "Yu . . . cheerful worker . . . President of Y-Teen Club 2, Delegate to Mid-South Y-Teen Conference 1, Hoofbeat Staff 3, All Star Basketball 1,2,3, Quill Sz Scroll 3. sportsmanship ratings for Breland Hilburn St. Bernard . . . independent and carefree . . . carnival of fun . . . make business a pleasure and pleasure his business . . . Carolyn Hill Adept at sports . . . Murray . . . needles and thread . . . Safety Council member 1, Vice President of Senior Girls' Club, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball All-Star Teams 1,3, Volleyball Team Captain 1. John Holderfield Cool saxophonist . . . definitely dependable . . . tip- toe-tall . . . Band Sergeant, Safety Council Member 3, Treasurer of Safety Council 3, Murrah Dance Band. Wende Hollis Eminent Eagle Scout . . . World Traveller . . . tops at tennis . . . 63 f' 1 .-pi. Vx. it ff in . fi cb- W' we Q' ilu.:- if Margaret Holmes Charming chatter . . . merry moods . . . fun and friendship . . . Murrah Miss 3, One-Star Thespian 3. mn Mary Anna Hooker C.A.R. prexy . . . sugar and spice and everything: nice . . . slow speech . . . Library Assistant 3. Sandra Hope Rich in goodness . . . soft spoken sincerity . . . bash- ful . . . Y-Teens Vice-Pres. 2. Betty Horn Globe-trotting Girl Scout . . . indispensable backstage . . . always a kind word. Thespian 2, Chairman Make-up Club 3, Volleyball and Basketball All Star Team. all ootball games. In X ' 94' I X X if ' M r it f Rayford Hudsonl "All the world loves a lover,' . . . energy plus . . light hearted lad . . . Ann Huffman .- Prim and polite . . . frills and flounces . . . intellectual Q miss . . . Jackson Junior Symphony publicity man- ager . . . National Merit Semifinalist 3. Mike Hughs Divine dancer . . . the silent type . . . definitely fun . . . il' Lockie Hutchins Family and friends first . . . lovable laughter . . . prized friendship . . . Thespian 2, Murrah Singers 2,3, Sophomore Sextet 1, Mur- rah Singers Ensemble 3. 64 uc '17 Bill Hutto Fine football . . . notable newcomer . . . easy-going . . . Arthur Inkster Really respected . . . the Morning Watch presentsl' . . . eyes that smile . . . Homeroom Pres. 1,3, Homeroom Vice Pres. 2, Football Let- ter 2,3, Murrah Singers 3, Murrah Singers Ensemble 3. Barry Jackson Poetic pen . . . matchless mirth . . . shy guy Gray Jackson " . . . but l like chemistryu . . . Ladies' man . . . good humor man . . . Acting and Directing Club Chairman 3, Hoofbeat Staff 2,3, Jacksonville, .fx if ,Q , F lorida, M urrah Ronny James "Stemper Gung-ho" . . . happy hunter . . . Marine Corp Reserve . . . Tie-Fly Club Pres. 2, Football Team l,2. Marjorie J effcoats Lovely voice . . . musically minded . . . respected and refined . . . Murrah Singers 2,3. Jeff Jeffreys Eminent athlete . . . our Mister President . . . all around boy . . . Student Body President 3, Mr. Junior Class 2, Junior Class Pres. 2, Track Letter 2,3, Football Letter 2,3. Fred Johnson Friendly favorite . , . brains and brawn . . . "How ya doing?" . . . Homeroom Pres. 1, Quill 81 Scroll Rep. 3, Thespian 2, Asst. Business Manager Resume 3, National Merit Semifinalist 3. Hamp J ones People and popularity . . . priceless pal . . . abun- dance of amusement , . . Fulton Jordan bb' fr? Singing sensation . . . rollicking 'tiled Countl' . . . hrown-eyed handsome man . . . "Are you smiling on my head 7" Nlurrali Singers. "Cheaper By The Dozen" Cast 1. George Keith lndispensahle on the diamond . . . dotes on dancing . . . girls and grins . . . Safety Council Representative 2. Safety Council Vice Pres- ifl'-nt 3. llaseball Letter 2. Albert Knight Your story has touched my heart . . . terrific trum- peter . . . "crazy', . . . Murruli Band 1,2. Thespian 2, Murrah Singer, Two-star Thes- pian. Bus Driver. 50' 10 was elected President of 5: ag-wwf' 'WEP' Kerry Kendall Contagious congeniality . . . jolly journalist . . . care- free cutie . . . flavored with fun . . . Allen Lackey "The South will rise again" . . . "fore', . . . hrim and bass . . . Hi-Y Chaplain. Golf Team 2.3. Don Lacy Here he is "Mr, America" . . . entertaining imper- sonations . . . usend moneyl' . . . Resume Staff 3, Merit Scholarship Semifinalist 3. Les Crea- leurs. Kathy Ladner Smart fashions . . . soft speech . . . "Parlez-vous An- glais'?,, . . . Les Createurs. Safety Council Representative 3. N Mary Ladner Gay disposition . . . gift of art . . . invaluable de- pendability . . . Golden Gaviliers Vice Pres. 3, Les Createurs Reporter 3, Homeroom Reporter 3, Asst. Editor Pleiades 3, Third Place Latin Medal 2. ""'P"F" Q-me Bill Lane On the go, go, go . . . love'em and leave'em . . . emi- nent CITICCC . . . Vice Pres. of Student Body 3, Thespian Club Pres. 3, Quill and Scroll Pres. 3, Managing Editor of Hoolbear 3. SASC Delegate 2,3. Dale Lane Far above par . . . bashful and blushing . . . good- naturedly gullible . . . Golf Letter 2. it Billy Langley . . 'W-v Classroom cut up . . . gridiron mainstay . . . a mile of smile . Thespian 2, Safety Council Representative, Football Letter 3. ll " is A, ' ' l MULTI wb wi the Southern Assoclatzon o f' et T' . JV is Juv il Q 10 duno PW .Q OOM 1 Pnl 171 1555 f ,WED "HL few X IJ 9'LWK Bentley Layton Leige leader . . . carriage of a king . . . gifted ver- satility . . . Student Conductor of Murrah Singers 3, Jr. Rep. to Pleiades 2, Pleiades Editor 3, Five Star Thespian, Quill 81 Scroll. Don Locke Listen to that laugh . . . especially stage struck . . . spunky sportswriter . . . Thespian Vice Pres. 3, Stagecraft Club Pres. 2, Stagecraft Club Scribe 3, Hoofbeal Sports Editor 3, Honor Bar Thespian. Gay Lundy Fabulous football . . . manly build . . . policy of politeness . . . Homeroom Reporter 2, Football Letter 2,3. Boyd Lyons Popular pal . . . bent toward science . . "On Stage" . . . Thespian 2, National Merit Sc-mifinalist 3. 67 Charles McCall Charming good-looks . . . rugged and ready . likeable loafer . . . Bus Driver. William McCool lndustrious individualist . . . mechanics . . . "pro- fessor" . . . Bus Driver. Edwin McCoy Contagiously carefree . . . merrily mischievous . R aquamarine aptitudes . . . Junior Executive Club Secretary. Charles McEachen Admirable character . . . high ideals . . . gzenteel gentleman . . . Student ouncils. h Murrah Patricia McGehee Buicks, Bruin, boats . . . frolics and fun . . . "Mc- Goon . . . Thespian 3, Homeroom Rep. 3. Judy McGuffee Savoir faire . . . sun, sand, surf . . . exotic radiance . . . Homeroom Pres. 2, Murrah Misses 2,3. M Bob McLean Wholesome, handsome, and then some . . D. a true Southerner . . . sarcastic wit . . . Homeroom Pres. 1, Safety Council Vice Pres. 3, Debate Club Pres. 3, Pleiades Staff 3, National Merit Semifinalist 3. Q- Martin McR0berts "Mac" . . . and the score goes up another notch . . . Politeness plus . . . Homeroom Pres. 1,2, Homeroom Sec. 3, Hi-Y Club Sec. 2, Hi-Y Club Pres. 3, Basketball Letter 2.3. Mainly music . . . Clarksdale . . . busy brain . . . Transfer: Mary Lou Sllerard Award L2, Acappf-lla Choir 1.2. Girls' Ensemble 2. Band Corporal 1, Band Lt. 2. Articulate artist . . . a mile of smile . . . questions and conversation . . . Les Createurs 3. Queen of hearts sincerity . . . Good natured . its peak . . . Beth Magee Charles Maley Linda Martin . . . buttons and bows . . . key of Don Mason eloquently exact . . . politeness at Singers sang with the Ann Mayberry Long on looks . . . vivacious . . . nightingale at song . . . ers 2,3, Resume Staff 3, Murrah Singers Ensemble 3. Steve Meisburg Topnotch tennis star . . . hysterical humor . . . in- exhaustable energy . . . nis Letter l,2,3, Murrah Choir Ensemble 3. Anne Marie Mendall Affable . . . willing worker . . . Dixie drawl . sunshine smile . . . James Michael A friend of all . . .quasi-quiet . . . Star, Life, Eagle . . 69 Murrah Misses Lt. 3, Homeroom Reporter I,2, Murrah Sing- Drum Major 3, Band Sergeant 2, Choir Committee 3, Ten- Johnny Miller Lots of laughter . . . banter on band trips . . Nash Rambler . . Band 1,2,3, Pricilla Miller Voice of an angel . . . china doll looks . . and ideals . . . Murrah Singers 2,3, Murrah Singers Ensemble 3. Frank Montgomery "Uh, lemme see" . . . brilliant baseball . . gumi' Montgomery . . . Baseball Letter 2,3, Basketball Letter 2,3, Homeroom Re- porter l, Homecoming Escort 3. Billy Moore Backstage boss . . . busy Billy . . . gallivanting geo- chemist . . -. Vice Pres. Theater Guild 3, Golden Gaveliers Pres. 3, First Place State Science Fair 2,3, Stage Craft Club Chairman 3. . little . "Bubble- 'kg-' . intellect ' x 1 ' . u., Jackson mphon Orchestra Bryce Moore Genuinely gracious . . . everybody's favorite . . . girl with a smile . . . Theater Guild Pres. 3, Cheerleader 1,2,3, TAP Court 1,2, Star Thespian, Homeroom Pres. 1,2. Bonnie Morrow Dimpled darlin, . . . facetious . . . bubbling laugh- ter . . . Girls' All-Star Volleyball. iigw 5 . Winn Mur he l P y fry? Murrah "Mister" . . . interminable tease . . . e ger beaver . . . 'Al Margaret Murphree Perennial beauty . . . striking sophisticate . . . ardor for art . . . Resume Staff 3, Thespian 2, Speech Club Sec. 3, Les Crea- teurs 3. '52 and made a two record album Jerry Olsen Marvelous musician . . . fair and fun-loving . . . quality and quiet . . . Brenda Parker Precious personality . . . I Could Have Danced All Night . . . dynamo, dynamite . . . Reporter of Homeroom 1, Acting and Directing Scribe, Cheerleader 3, Thespian 2. Ann Parker Lady in love . . . silken skin . . . lovely voice . . . State Choral Festival 2. Virginia Perry Magic at music . . . conscientious caroller . . . con- genial conversation . . . Theater Guild Costumes Scribe 3, Reporter of Homeroom 2, Thespian 3. Busy babysltter cooklng and sewing happy high school days Cafeteria Asst 3 Books and more books as vlewed from a Volke wagon carefree capers National Merit Semifinalist 3 Mighty motorcycllst fractured French 1, times Cupids dellbht perky penny mostly merri ment Homeroom Reporter 3 Thesplan 2 M it I 8 I 1+ 1 xii AI I Ii by l l ,I , xl t tsl ivory skin . . . ,I im Persons Terrific trombone . . . likable listener . . . jovial jo- ker . . . Band Officer 2,3, Trombone Trio 2. Julia Piatt Visions of modeling . . . "like the angels sing" . . . lovable live-wire . . . Senior Girls' Club Pres. 3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Murrah Misses Z,3, All-Star Volleyball Team 2. Peggy Pittman Radiates sweetness . . . million dollar smile . . . beam- ing blue-eyed blond . . . Murrah Misses 2, All-Star Volleyball Team 2. Warren Potts Murrah's Congressman . . . clown in the classroom . . . funny fisherman . . . Homeroom Rep., Club Vice Pres. Murrah walked off with nine i. ri' ffl' V f, X ff L 1 ,iv Ji 'f piifli My lfiwall 1. ' if Ji' I f If rm I ,H 4' i, , 1 x , , , . I xl V WM, .5 P Quinn chanting blonde . . . wondrous wit . . . envious Murrah Singers 3. Billy Rabin Superior scout . . . "Scratch my back" . . . dynamic delegate . . . Tennis Club Reporter 3, Speech Club Sec. 3, Pleiades Staff 3, City High School Doubles Champion. Eustice Raines "A huntin' we will go" . . . bridge brain . . . "cow,' . . Suzy Rau Fidelity, originality, joviality . . . flair for fun and friendliness . . . designing woman . . . Resume Editor 3, Homeroom Vice Pres. 1,2,3, Les Createurs Pres. 3, Scenic Design Club Pres. 3, Quill 81 Scroll 3. Peggy Ray Starry eyed . . . disarming charm . . . song in her heart . . . Murrah Misses 2,3, Thespian 3, Homecoming Court 3. Jeanne Reynolds Everything that's nice . . . lovable ways . . . virtu- OHS... Murrah Singers 2,3, Sophomore Sextet lg Murrah Singers Ensemble 3. Bobby Rogers A-Model addict . . . quietness . . . Ground Observer Corps . . . Johnny Richardson Oklahoma . . . '53 Ford . . . consistently cars. if t'-" ' ' P, nl ' x.1 '1 RF' ' ,J x ' ,T ' Mx I l' , 1 - J ar H f, Jn ,q V ,Q 0 .' t . , .vt I -..' g ' ' g ' nz' ' M 66 iuperiori' a M gy . gli' . 'iii-E445 at if as ,s ,J f 1 . - K ,. . 1- ' x f .I N.- .-K?- wards from the Olivia Roberts Frank . . . cooking and sewing . . . a breath of fresh air . . . All-Star Basketball Team 2, Acting 8: Directing Club 1, Costume Design 2, Senior Girls' Club 3. Julianne Robinson Regal apparel . . . raven haired beauty . . . soft lights and music . . . National Merit Semifinalist 3. Pt . A 'I A , n N M7 A we W QA Q P A ay7Roc'l?g5i! LQ! i Feminine ays . . . gayety . . . renown agtist . . . Thespian 3f Feature Editor Resume, Scenic esign Club 3. Jimmy Russell Ardent football fan . . . fancy free friend . . . "I did mine a different way, Miss Spann" . . . ..:.-,g .?Pres. 1. Ser ezytlat-Arms, "M" Club 3. M 4, sy Nl' -1 1 l Q Tommy Safley Symphonic talent . . . suitably scientific . . . quite conscientious . . . Murrah Singers 3, Homeroom Vice Pres. 3, Band 1,2,3, Na- tional Merit Scmifinalist 3. Beverly Sauls Priceless poise . . . warm, welcome and sincere smile . . . consideration for others . . . Hnmeroom Sec. 2. Y-Teens Sec. 2. Ann Saylor Constant chatter . . . precious pageboy . . . typical teen . . . sparkling disposition . . . Homeroom Sec.. Thespian 2. Tom Schafer "Tom the Bomb" . . . excellent athlete . . . Yankee down Sou . . . 7? Football. etter11.2.3, Track Letter 1.2.3. Homeroom Vice 1 , 4, V. ,yt A , ll lk' X X ' J 3,4 l K l Nfl ' W1 i, l X li ol lv O I Q I J f llllsslsslppl Youth Congress Edmund Schlegel Always smiling . . . good times . . . autos all the time . . . y Ann Shuttleworth Blue eyes, blond hair. and babble . . . cats . . . paints and paint brushes . . . . r ,. Dickey Silver Speedy speech . . . mad merry-maker . . . amhling and amusing . . . Pete Sklar Dark and handsome . . . genteel gentleman . . . velvet voice . . . Safety Council 3, Cheerleader 2, Murrah Singers 2.3. ,, W prefer Barbara Sloan Delighted with dramatics . . . belle of any ball "l'loofbeater" . . . Homeroom Sec. 3, Props Club Chairman 3, Star Thespian, Quill 81 Scroll 3, Advertising Manager of Hoofbeat 3. Cecil Smith Cecil and his clarinet . . . Little Theater trouper . . ready volunteer . . . Thespian 2, Band 1,2,3, Excellent in Band Solo 2. Nan Smith Wholly energetic . . . dancing feet . . . sunshine . . . Star Thespian, Murrah M, Quill 81 Scroll 3, Supply Store Worker 2,3. Sydney Smith Able at academics . . . singer supreme . . . service. slice, stroke . . . Tennis Club Pres. 3, Capt. of Tennis Team 1,2,3, Murrah Singers 2,3, National Merit Semifinalist 3, City, District, South Miss. Tennis Winner. and received the Juvenile Alfreda Spell Engaging intellectual . . . records and reading . . musical mind . . . Murrah Singers 2,3, Thespian 2. Joe Speed Hordes of humor . . . muscles . . . "Speed-0" and his sportswear . . . Morris Spivey Cassanova deluxe . . . ambling . . . Ole Miss backer . . . Pres. Safety Council 3, Acting and Directing Club Chair- man 3. Homeroom Sec. 2, Thespian. Betty J o Stigall Welcomed wit . . . extra enthusiasm . . . "Bo-Bon . . . All Star Volleyball Team l,2, All Star Basketball Team l,2, Pres. of Teen-Age Book Club. I Robert Stockett "Can you give me a ride to schooln . . . '49 Mercury . . . Stockettls horses . . . great guy . . . Anne Stockwell Unfailing fun . . . willing worker . . . certain calm . . . Thespian 2, Office Asst. l,2,3, Supply Store Asst. 2, Senior Girls' Club 3. Joy Stone Richly radiant . . . the finest qualities . . . veritable vibrance . . . Make-up Club Scribe 3, Sec. Speech Club 3, Murrah Sing- ers 2,3, Sophomore Sextet l, Two Star Thespian. Rachel Strickland A special treat . . . pleasingly feminine . . . Edwin . . . Murrah Misses 2,3, Club President 3. Q Decency ward for outstanding Mary Alice Summers Genuine goodness . . . "silent waters run deepu . . Bible Club backer . . . Jerry Tanner Priceless prankster . . . very much a meat . . . happy- go-lucky . . . Football Letter 3. Elizabeth Taylor "Blond that gentlemen prefer" . . . boys and babble . . . featured fashions . . . Safety Council Rep., Fashion Editor of Hoofbeat 3. Quill 8: Scroll 3. Mississippi Safety Convention Delegate 2. Dyhann Tedford "Sam" . . . teasing tennister . . . gifted at gab . . . Future Nurses Club Pres. 2, Transfer: Pegasus Staff 1,2, Tiger Talks Staff 1. Tennis Letter 1,2, Girls' Military Drill Team 2. Diane Temple Dark and dazzling . . . stellar suitness . . . comely and congenial . . . Majorette l,2,3. Majorettc Club Sec. 1. Joe Terry Excels at electronics . . . faithful fisherman . . . shy guy . . . Howard Thames Musical endeavors . . . chemistry scholar . . . variety of vocabulary . . . Star Thespian 3, Homeroom Pres. 1, Homeroorn Vice Pres, 3. Asst. Editor Resume 3, National Merit Semifinallst 3. Marie Thames Pep personified . . . smile for everyone . . . congenial chatter . . . Safety Council 1. Acting and Directing Club Scribe 2. voluntary community service Sammie Thompson Church camp and church activities . . . pretty as a picture . . . definitely delightful . . . Homeroom Vice Pres. 2. Judith Thompson Super school spirit . . . the eyes have it . . . popularity. personality, poise . . . Vice Pres. Sophomore Class l, Business Manager Resume 3, Student Council Treas. 3, Thespian Sec. 3. Cheerleader l,2,3. W.. Caroline Toler "Beauty is as beauty doesn . . . smiling and sunny . . . sensitive and sincere . . . Senior Class Editor Resume 3, Office Worker 2. Reporter Homeroom 3, Reporter Club Y'Teens 1, Latin Skit l,2, Safety Council 2. Tommy Troublefield Lad of leisure . . . 'fCleo,' . . . Yes. Central . . quality quips . . Patricia Ann Tullos ,Iovial 'ournalist . . . bundle of brightness . . . musical J magic . . . Majorette 3. Patricia Turk Giddy gadabout . . . beauty of Venus appeal . . . Dianne Utesch Twinkle, twinkle, twinkle little eyes . . .spontaneous smile . . . delightful disposition . . . Homeroom Sec. 2, Safety Council Rep. 3, Thespian 2. Bill Vaughn Rodster Royal . . . bent toward science . . . genial gentleman . . . . . . auburn Murrah has given generously Carolyn Wade Nifty nonsense . . . fun times on horseback . . . always a smile . . . Homeroom Pres. 2, Homeroom Sec. 3, Thespian. Daphne Ward Horses, horses, horses . . . evident enthusiasm . . sweet talk . . . Billy Wardlaw Dependable driver . . . prize of a prankster . . . bold and blonde . . . Brenda Watkins Fashionable attire . . . convertibles and conversation . . . fized with friends . . . Billy Weems Brilliant at basketball . . . fine fisherman . . . track trotter . . . Track Letter 2,3, Basketball Letter 2.3. Tommy Weems Football Letter 3. William White hunter . . . Valerie Whitehead Bracelets and bangles . . . bubbling brunette . so phistication . . . Office Asst. 2,3, Thespian. to these Seniors and in return Betty Wiley Gulfport . . . girl with a paint brush . . . blissful spirit . . . l-lomeroom Reporter 2, Thespian 2, Les Createurs. Herndon Wilkins Football forever . . . "What, me worry?" . . . height and hilarity . . . Betty Williams '6My fair lady" . . . sewing and swimming . . . shy and sweet . . . Beverly Williams Fashion highlights , . . rainbow girl . . . trips . . . Football favorite . . . good-looking . . . friend of all . . . State supporter . . . whimsical ways . . . happy Merrill Williams "All the world's a stage" . . . moody brown eyes . . "Butch" . . . Member of Cast "l Remember Mama" 3, Thespian 3. Dick Wills Favorite frolicker . . . basketball bouncer . . . fancies fun . . . T.A.P. Court 1, Who's Who 2, Basketball Letter 2,3. Miriam Wilson Someone special . . . une belle fillette . . . delightful disposition . . . Class Reporter 2,3, Homeroom Vice Pres. 2, Pleiades Busi- ness Manager 3, Quill 81 Scroll Treas. 3, Theater Guild Scribe 3. Sally Wilson Artistic originality . . . subtle humor . . . individ- uality . . . they have given their hearts, Susan Winbigler Model's elegance . . . eternally en retard . . . '4Snail" . . . Speech Club Sec. 3, Thespian 3, Honor Letter 3, Volleyball and Basketball All-Star Team 2,3. Bobby Winstead Mannerly musician . . . really handsome . . . special smile . . . Band Captain 3, Band 1,2,3. Sherwood Wise White rats and snakes. . . order of the arrow . . . crazy cracks . . . Debate Club Sec. 2, Homeroom Vice Pres. 2, Murrah Sing- ers 3, Band l,2,3, Band Reporter 3. Dale Woods Blond beauty . . . striking and stylish . . . nonsense and niceness . . . definitely delightful . . . 80 Resume Staff 3, Les Createurs 3, Two Star Thespian, Na- Anne Wright Artistic and arresting . . . on the go . . . distinctively candid . . . Safety Council Representative 2, Resume Staff 2,3, Delegate to Mississippi Safety Convention 2. Lynda Yates General favorite . . . talented art student . . . smiles that make you happy . . . Homeroom Sec. 1,3, Scribe Scenic Design Club 2, Les Crea- teurs Sec. 3, Thespian 2, Resume Staff. their time, and their love 1......f VHP' Top row: David Lipscomb, Presidentg Alabel May, Vice President. Bottom row: Martha Hamilton, Secrelaryg Rivers Alfred, Treasurer. Cuff Abbott Droll wit . . . casual courtesy . . . zest ,n zeal Martha Abbott Hysteria . . . Roliard . . . Georgian gadabout Dotty Akin Peppy pixie . . . teasing talker . . . mischief . . , Charlotte Alexander Sweet and sincere . . . dulcet diction . . . cameo complexion . . . Martha Alexander Adept attire . . . natural curls . . . Louisiana lass . . Rivers Alfred Model Miss . . . perennial officer . . . effortless poise . . ttnior Delightful and eventful describes the life of a Junior at Murrah. It's during this year that the long awaited occasion of selecting our class rings comes to pass. Studies and extra-curricular activities keep us busy, and time passes quickly as we enthusiastically make plans for the Junior-Senior Prom. Then, as school draws to a close we honor the Seniors with a reception after graduation, giving them a send-off with many well-wishes. Yes, this Junior year will be one long remembered. Class Jimmy Anderson Always agreeable . . . friendly and frank . . . heartfelt honesty . . . Cookie Arnold Addition from Atlanta . . . winning personality . . . giddy and giggles . . . Edie Asprooth Brunette bombshell . . . intriguing eyes . . . appealing . . . Anse Barber Energetic scout . . . boy on the ball . . . physics wizard . . . Michael Barber "Mike" . . . efficient and speculative . . . pleasantly polite . . . Betty Bardin Goldilocks . . . fetching shyness . . . pacific disposition . . . Buddy Barksdale Spritely stepper . . . distinguished taste . . . countless clothes . . . Billy Barnes Good looking . . . natural heartiness . . . able and apt . . . Susan Barry Winsome . . . "Into my Dreams" . . . chestnut curls . . . Lee Bates Around the world . . . rhythm with a bounce . , . Mr. Friend- ship . . . Bill Batson Hot rod . . . gentleman's dignity . . . Eagle scout . . . Stephen Beach "Buffy" . . . unfeigned fealty . . . flat top . . . Junior i Gabe Beard Rockbrook . . . Miss Camper U.S.A .... sparkles with enthu- siasm . . . Barbara Beck t Volleyball pm . . . stately and serene . . . graceful new- comer . . . Susan Berman Dark tresses arresting artist . . . modish dress . . . Marion Black V Obliging gent . . . basketball prodigy . . . congenial and continental . . . Tommy Blake Noble ideals . . . joking and jollity . . . intellectual lad . . . Dinah Boggs V. , EHervescent dreams . . . merry musician . . . pastel pool . . . "L 7:5 Linn Bottorf Praiseworthy pastels . . . art and acting . . . painstakingly accurate . . . Sylvia Bradley fi as Easygoing excitement . . . tennis champ . . . zany . . . 'br Danny Breland Special . . . chocolate eyes . . . wholehearted helpfulness . . Cindy Brown Amber halo . . . Y-teen . . . gung ho Gulfport . . . Cary Bowling Relished rejoinders . . . "For he's a jolly good fellowu . . hard to beat . . . ,Ianet Brown Versatile voice . . serene and sincere . . . ready, willing, and 5127 y' able . . . Q-I ,I im Caldwell Class Harry Bruner "Just don't rush" . . . welcome willingness . . . altruistic . . . Betty Burt Pert ponytail . 4. ardent church worker. . . perspicacity L. . , ,, V W.-V" lf- ' wk fi X lu f f',': tix . Mr!-XXV., J ' Uvyy-f'..sfA' xxx' N sein' Y. lf V YW Leslie Buitlbn X A Outstanding wardrobe . . . mostly merry . . . tiny and terrific . . . Nancy Bush "Bushy,' . . . locks of spun gold . . . friends and fun . . . Larry Butts Staunch statesrighter . . . liberality . . . atgreeable nature Helen Cabell Composition and choir . . . "Let's have a party" . . . crushes and caprice . . . X No 'U fi' Team manager . . . dancefloor dandy . . . independent mall.. Fred Carr Deliberate and dark . . . Sable T-bird . . . courtly man- IICTS . . Roy Carroll Gentle of manner . . , conscientious and calm . . . warm- hearted Tommy Cato All-round athlete . . . brown-eyed handsome man . Peggy ,I ess Chase Real build . . . live wire . . . happy-go-lucky . . ri Albert Cheatham Southern gentleman . . . future architect . . . superb com- panion Junior Bobbie Cheatham Trumpeter's thrill . . . swarthy countenance . . . rates first chair . . . Katherine Clark Amicable alto . . . reflectively pensive . . . easy to know . . . Eugene Clements Sense of honor . . . singular scout . . . fine friend . . Tom Cleveland Outstanding commentator . . . heart of courtesy . . . top- notch boss . . . Jean Coker "Stardust" . . . genial and graceful . . . poised and pretty . . . Rose Marie Cooper Shares her sweetness . . . ready smile . . . hospitable and helpful . . . Steve Cooper Rumble . . . dark and daring . . . excitement plus , . . Lynda Costas T-birds and horses . . . Grecian goddess . . . sunshine and shoes . . . Van Courson Rollicking and masculine . . . much Mustang . . . vim, vigor, and vitality . . . Ann Cox Likable and loquacious . . . persuasive . . . fond of mel- odies . . . Anna Cox Quite a red-head . . . Skyline . . . blissful and blithe . . Pat Crow Valued vocalist . . . Katrin . . . contagious happiness . . 86 Class Sandra Cullins Wistful . . . friendly goodwill . . . silver-lined disposition . . . Ronnie Dailey Full of mirth . . . forever a favorite . . . merriment . . . zffgq, Nickie Davis J f '57 Chevy . . . eager to please . . . ambitious Cgqok VJ Becky Dean iw' R Southern belle-Southern drawl . . . delicaapbgagz . . sg K inspiring journalist . . , ' Ze CLC, Suzanne DeMoss I? .7319 Refined and respected . . . Carribean cruise . . . lil oler . . . Pam Dickson Crackerjack . . . teenmodel . . . second glance . David Dollarhide Sincerity of smile . . . inevitable success . . . cordial and polite . . . Henry Duperior Hey-day of weal . . . whimsical smile . . . mischievous look . . . Dickie Edmonds Always a grin . . . rambling . . . lovable . . Martha Edmonds 2 Charm and composure . . . Clark . . . "It Might As Well Be Spring' . . . Margo Edwards Always apt to please . . . just naturally nice . . . tranquil congeniality . . . Judy Elliott Perpetual amity . . . Richard . . . gratifying gladness . . . 87 "Kitten" . . . sweaters and skirts . . . peppy . . . Chaos in band . . . cool cornet . . . auto gadgeteer . EXW'-'ire miss . . . jubilant . . . Bill . . . Vision of delight . . . glib and gleeful . . enviable ward- robe . . Literary potentialities . . . indigo eyes . . . "lovely to look at" Cherished friend . . . just plain wonderful . . . dramatics and intellect Junior Rubye Etheredge Jimmy Farris Susanna Ferguson Sylvia Ferrell Mary Fitzhugh Dell Fleming at .1 My it 6' T 93 O9 ' CTM My Ch if Qi , :QW Wiatr' Joe Foshee Agreeable and polite . . . capable with cars . . high guy . . Johnny Foster Rockets and Linda . . . mighty grand . . . never a care Mary Lou Fouke ,ll N Johnny Freemant 1 N Bountiful supply. of good judgement . . . worthwhile worker . . . quiet and industrious . . . Bob Fulcher Only the very best . . . wry wit . . . perfect gentleman . . Spirit of St. Louis . . . "Hey, you guys" . aesthetic and athletic . . . Linda Fowler N' Buick convertible . . . Barry . . . flaxen- ' damsel 4 .1 Smart and stylish . . . "Red Riding Hoodw . . . pizzas and pronto pups Golden page boy . . . hilarious holidays . . cosmopoli- tan... Lengthy lashes . . . adroit artist . . . striking appearance Superlative . . . Jimmy . . . beautific and buoyant . . Intellect and athletics . . . Murrah "meat" . . . convival . . . Softspoken artist . . . Misses and multicolors . . . adorable attire . . . up aw Q A I 1 l , A4264 USS , i dwiif MMM! f ' L"-' 4 ' ALL ne Gainey' X l ' er 'hea t" . . . saffron coiffure .xr .lbubbles . . l50l2Zl,6MwlIlinny Gallagher tl 5 Speedball . . . plenty of pluck . . Lgkcarnival of cutups . . Janice Gibson K G Canton capers . . . beguiling temperament . . . delicate grace . . . Wes Godwin Bruiser build . . . accomplished in aquatics . . . endearing manner . . . Ethel Goldstein ates life . . . Bill Gowan Blond band member . . . raillery . . . spontaneous wit . . Cindy Grantham Lemma Grantham Maggie Grantham Polly Green Ivan Hafley Jerry Hall 89 That special something . . . inexhaustible energy . . . radi- Junior '53 Martha Hamilton Journalistic talents . . . fiesta and frolic . . . sparkling witticisms . . . Beryl Hand Festival . . . delicate dignity . . . emerald eyes . . . Randy Harding Motor man . . . infectious grin . . . riotous redhead . . Bill Harlan "The Big Bopperu . . . laudable loyalty . . . playboy . . . Mary Parker Harmon One in a million . . . actress renown . . . memories and music . . . Judy Harris Scads of spirit . . . expert dancer . . . scintillating eyes . . . Bill Harvey Supply store penny-pincher . . . natural niceness . . . mixed work and play . . . Helene Haskins Homecoming maid . . . Robert . . . fascination . . . Dianne Hawkins Lengthy locks . . . varied virtues . . . sedate and demure . . . Robert Hederman Affable athlete . . . enterprising executive . . . darkroom dandy . . . Camille Herring Gales of laughter . gifted songstress . . . nick of time . . . Douglas Hester Cavalcade of fun . . . "Do you wanta dance?" . . . eye for style . . . 90 Y? Mary Rich Hobgood Dignified bearing . . . "Richie" . . . Paul's dream girl . . . Rock' 'n roll . . . Murrah Miss . . . parties and pals . . . Bland and inventive . . . laudable looks . . . lifeis a lark . . . Rugged good looks . . . cool, calm and collected . . . strong silent type Titian tresses . . versed scholar . . . keen and kind . . . ,-. Out-of-town weekends . . . future staffed with friends . . . ' originality . . . l L! UVLL El KL! OC ,wyb ip V 1 fy Q bwzflf uct' X 1 Z uk LX, Jerrie Jeter Bundle of personality . . . Lucian . . . quite a gal . . . Eva Johnson Tawny curls . . . oodles of shoes . . . optimistic outlook . . . Bob Johnston Eager end . . . hard running and handsome . . . future taxi- dermist? . . . Carl Jones Fancy free . . . laughing and loafing . . . "Bernadine', . Henry Jones Naturally nonchalant . . . remarkably reliable . . . quick wit and quiet ways . . . Ted Jordan Efficient and studious . . . reconditeness . . . semper fi- delis . . . 91 Junior Mackey Kendall Erudite . . . cordial and congenial . . . car troubles? . . . Donna Kerby Benevolent ways . . . auburn tresses . . . g'At Murrahn . . Dale Knotts Plenty of pep . . . carefree and competent . . . near to ear" grin... Ruth Langley Colorful lollitards . . . earnestness . . . lends a helping hand... Lelia Langston Winning naw wonderful to know . . . shyly appeal- ing... Owen Lasker High spirited and helpful . . . modesty and merriment . . . steady and stable mx! 'NL' Sf A, bf X href-"' Dan Lay Deft and dependable . . . working boy . . . welcome com- panion . . . Deborah Lefoldt Stunning majorette . . . wanted friend . . . risorial . . Caroline Lewis Unassuming and quiet . . . cooperative attitude . . . heart- warming frankness . . . Linwood Liddle Cashmere . . . aureous highlights . . . tireless and tricky . . Linda Lightsey "Mama" . . . misty loveliness . . . Johnny . . . David Lipscomb Qualified leader . . . always on the go . . . gridiron stand out , . . 92 N6 French . . . Choir asset . r'-N an Placid poise keys . . . Wisecracks . if' --5' Nancy Lynn Azure eyes . . . electrifying charm . . . terrific . , Jimmy McCool L.'l'. performer . . . come what may . . . creative ability . John Charles McCormick Handy with harmony . . . hrains and hrawn . . . he's fl everything . . . i Sherry McGraw Versatile violinist . , . intuition . . . music specialty . Courtney McFadden Tricks and trumps . . . engaging golfer , . . fluent speech . Marilyn McGowan Vvholvsolne and benign . . . esteemed by all , . . unaffected grace . . . 93 Impressive eyeful fair and fanciful Jimmy Jewel in gym responsible and responsive flair for Befitting bas Q Dianne Maley Get up and go . . . delicate as a dream . . uality . . . Larry Martin Conscientious and kind . . . survivor of chivalry . . . Troy Mashbur Casual Casanova . . . tall, dark, and h Guard . . . Alabel May Magnetic personality . . . endless endeavors . . . exuberant extrovert . . . Lynn May Lighthearted levity . . . rapturous beauty . . . admired and squired . . . Claire Mayo g'Super" . . creative keyboard . . . lightness and bright- . . . IICSS Junior jimmy McIlwain Center of things . . . masterful and masculine . courteous and complimentary . . . Betsy McKeown Genuine and generous . . . Winsome wit . . . a true friend . . . Lou Ann McKinley The key to happiness . . . shining smile . . . pu. iosed life . . . Lacey McLaurin Flair for fashions . . . attention, everybody! . . . d'ream girl . . . Nicky McLaurin Mellow mirth . . . the best things come in little winning and wonderful . . . packages Bill McMurtray Murdock . . . revel . . . riot in study . . . dash of in W iii Class ,Io Ann Melvin Mature and modish . . . cocoa eyes . . . moutons and mys- tery . Sara Mieher Chic clothes . . . hilarity . . . active and attractive . . Jackie Miller Naivete . . . great for golf . . . dainty dexterity . . Robert Miller Ladies' man . . . shag and drag . . . life of the party . . . Sandee Miller Gay coquette . . cinnamon eyes . . . "young man's fancy" Longstreet Minor Gentle masculinity . . . "Streety" . , .mild and mannerly .N ... X Marsha Mitchell Initiative and ambition . . . gift of gab . . . cooperative and pleasant . . . Sam Montgomery Hearty and husky . . . L.T. enthusiast . . . Northern belle . . . Frank Moore Sympathetic spirit . . . funny . . . obliging and amiable . . . ' ' Hugh Moore 'Handsome heartbreaker . . . dazzling drummer . . . exciting escapader . . I Mary Morgan Perfection at the piano . . . quietly captivating . . . tender and true . . . Bill Morris Cutups and capers . . . lrrepressible . . . irreplaceable . . . 95 Junior Bill Mounger Jovial and congenial . . . nonsense and fun . . . likable lad . . . Earl Mullen Clever and cocky . . . traffic troubles . . . practice of patience . . . Veronica Mounger Bewitching miss . . . sociable and sprightly . . . model design . . . Robert Munford Mr. Ubangi Stomp . . . savoir-faire . . . Musical monkey- shines . . . Bill Myers Speedy swimmer . . . good luck and better looks . . . model Mustang . . . Wade Myers Music minded . . . conscientious and corifident . . . con- tributing member . . . A tit J on Q jxacx 'Ln' H W , 9 ,xg pallets . . . halls . . . friendly . . . asong... Lf., Genteel and refined lovely globe trotter paints and Candid photographs elegance popularity plus Hunting and fishing hopped up car chaos in the Easygoing ways Mr Hunters pe forever Irresistible . rosy and real fabulous ,527 Fountain of chatter summers in Indiana always l Howard Potts lass David Ordorica Gone on masks . . . Latin American interests . . . lofty thoughts . . . Pat Orr High ideals . . . genuine enthusiasm . . . neatness and com- pleteness . . . Bowden Palmer Electricity and science . . . dignity and dexterity . . . favorite of all . . . Wayne Parker Dapper dresser . . . laughs and lasses . . . suave . . . J an Payne Entertaining atmospheres . . . alacrity . . . untiring and in- dispensable . . . Nellie Pearson Vivacious and vivid . . . Knoxville . . . a perfect lady . . . Patient precision . . . Model A convertible . . . friend of all... Doug Price Unforgettable thoughtfulness . . . mostly music . . . accom- modating ways Mac Price Eager and apt . . . fun loving fellow . . . quips and cracks . . . Bill Pyle Capacity for learning . . . baseball . . . avid reader . . . Nancy Radcliffe "Sunny side of the streeti' . . . bursting with bliss . . . little and likable . . Davis Raley Brainy and bashful . . . desirable deep-voice . . . mind for math... 97 Mary Ann Ryan Junior sophisticate . . . beautiful bouquet . . . dreamy . . Joyce Sadler Crazy cartoons . . . unquenchable gaiety . . . industrious ingenuity . . . Gerald Sampia Record mad . . . gray streak . . . mania for motorcycles . . Gordon Sansing Sports enthusiast . . . genial gentleman . . quiet riot . . Alice Scott Heart of gold . . . unsurpassed sweetness efficient . . . Suellen Schultz Cheerful cherub . . . slick styling . . . gem of a girl . . . . . . careful and Junior Gill Randall Language scholar . . . self-assured and reassuring . . . shock- ing joker . . . Patti Ray Bonny and bubbling . . . sugar 'n spice . . . mischief in the air . . . John Regan Goodnatured and gallant . . . "most happy fellai' . . . keeps you guessing . . . Marguerite Richmond Attractive marching maid . . . olive tones . . . cooperative and cheerful . . . A Randy Ridgeway Unfailingly faithful . . . tall and fair . . . admirable calm- ness . . . Alfred Rowton Bands and baritones . . . humor in disguise . . . good natured manners . . . 'Ov 98 Class Howard Shannon Accident prone . . . classily clad . . . convertible special . . . Sally Ann Shell Flighty and flirty . . . baubles. bangles. and beads . . delectable and delovely . . . John Shelton Delightful disposition . . . predicted success . . . intermin- able tease . . . Jimmy Simmons Earnest and engaging . . . care-free nonchalance . . . win- some grin . . . David Sklar Chess expert . . . "Let's be happyw . . . "Boy with the brains" . . . Charles Slocumh Eager inquirer . . . "Slocumb's raiders" . . . prompt and punctual . . . Susan Slocumb Reflective smile . . . sweet sixteen . . . helpful hand . . . Valerie Sly Pensive and pleasing . . . hobby of horses . . panto- mimes . . . Roberta Small Favorite with the fellows . . . giggles . . . oozing charm . . Dick Smith Flashy smile . . . playful ways . . . pint-sized dynamite . . Margaret Smith French lipsticks . . . glowing skin . . . Philadelphia Christ mases . . . , X E L z .QA i N. X- Mike Smith Hotrod authorityfpm.-. witty Swords. . . mannered and mo l bile . .. XA. , , r . , ,X , yr I . ' ' A , . i99 nf' Junior Tommy Smith liackstagc- magic' . . . "Spinning the platters" . . . lighting and Im-ity . . . Polly Spann llussc-t-haired marching Miss . . . European summer . . . gay :md gracious . . . Rebecca Stefan College gc-nts . . . "Becky" . . . gab sessions . . Emryce Stine Smooth and smiling . . . gay blade . . . lively laugh-getter . . Bob Stringer l'c-rfec-t physique . . . questionable quips . . . capable catcher . . Pat Stuart Gracious and grand . . . petal-pink glow . . . blonde and bland . . . Mareno Sublette Priceless . . . Colces and Chatter . . . image of happiness . . Libby Sumners Dainty and diminutive . , . genuine goodness . . . sweet as 2 sugar . . . wg Sandra Tackett Unceasing generosity . . . magnificent voire . . . vontentmvnt coming her way . . . Delores Taylor Cheerful and charming . . . amiable alto . . , dark-eyes and dark-hair . . . Tommy Thames Fun personified . . . Fords for flavor . . . the greatest of guys . . . 5, Dick Thompson Q., Leadership contributions . . . personable fellow . . . spevial sparkle . . . 100 on-Y' L. l Marianne Twente Class Tommy Thompson Darling and daring . . . rumbles . . . dandy ducks . . Martha Helen Tillman One of the best . . . beauty from within . . . glad gal . . . John Todd Mirth and math . . . Cheerful charm . . . masterful manager Mary Todd Living doll . . . exceptional talent . . . beautiful blonde . Jimmy Trihble Lots of laughs . . . Murrab mareher . . , all sorts o' music Jim Tull King of frivolity . . . prankish streak . . . saucy sarcasm . Alluringly aloof . . . fancy fads . . . spotligbted bairdo . . Mary Helen Uteseh Hlfive foot two eyes of blue" . . . eflervescence . . . inquisitive and interesting . . Dianne Vigi The Nortlfs loss is the Soutlrs gain . . . a princess to perfec- tion . . . Detroit ll-luxe . . . Aileen Walter' Subtle humor . . . lfltin . . . petite and popular . . Patsy Ward Campus cutie . . . fashions and frills . . . lovely and lovable . . . Carla Ware Lady-like and delicate . . . disciplined and diligent . . . sterl- ing qualities . . . 101 J im Wills Virile Singer . . . rollicking romancer . . . budding architect . . . Jimmy Wilson Easy-going and industrious . . . featured fellow . . . busy and agreeable . . . Linda Wilson Personification of sophistication . . . speech style . . . glamour and glitter . . . Bob Withers lmpishly clever . . . jaunty jokester . . . smiles, smiles, smiles . . . Bill Win Constant comic . . . tantalizing trumpet . . . "cream of the cropu . . . Tine Wright lncomparable grooming . . . silks and satins . . . exultant and exotic . . . Junior Melanie Wells Pink perfection V. . . "Meg" . . . stunning songstress . . Willianl Wells Loyal band member . . . devilish grin . . . uncanny wit Billy West Pranks and puns . . . Cung-ho on cars . . . never a dull ment . . . David Whitley Definitely debonair . . . gay chorister . . . Model A-Zorro June Wilkinson Dazzling dancer . . . clarion contralto . . sumptuous pianist Wanda Wilkinson Dynamo, dynamite . . . plenty of pulchritude . . , buttons beaux . . . 102 y H10- and Class Tony Wright Jaunty jalopy . . . carrot-topped . . . wily wit Billy Wymond Keyboard capers . . . French linguist . . . music-his middle name . . . Charles Yarborough "Blazer', . . . nothing phases him . . . warmth of wit . . . Martha Yarborough Lyrical soprano . . . sound principles . . . action and ath- letics . . . Tap row: Jimmy Barksdale, Presidentg Tommy Windham, Vice President. Bottom row: Ginger Bell, Secretaryg Lucy Gerhart, Treasurer. Nothing can ever take the place of our sophomore year. Juniors are more a part of the activities, and with the sen- iors lies the greater responsibility, but being a sophomore will always be a little bit more special. A whole new world opens up for us. We love the attention showed us because we are the youngest class, but weglook forward to the day whenw the new sofihomogres will look up to us. ' A r ht , M. ibf .1-T Q Jimmy Barksdale Patsy Barnes Betty Barnett Dolly Bassett 0. K. Batte Ginger Bell ,I ill Bethune Jerry Blount Walter Bone fav W' fSt7Ilh0l'l't01i8 in Polly Addkinson 1 N . X B 1 Kathy Alexander 'fi gt, 11 f , Q Bill Anderson 2 .ggggy 5 W . ggwogg, . . 'gf wif? 1 Blair Andmg I www Susan Artz Lycxylp' Marie Ashby Bill Bailey Thelma Bailey Patricia Bain 4... bf ini' 'Hu-J 'H N9 'P'-' W Nxt, .W 7 jf! " 517411 'JL A Qciyhw Ma. 4 B Amfbiy qw? ,y L lBobby Boswell ,Q Aj Bob Bowman l 1 x120 lqwfgarbara Boyer mf W to L, ay 0171 70 on V' 9' W MNA L o' f I ,L Af' XO' Richard Braun 3 0 0' MX WJ " y Charles Broad , .87 Us e X Jean Brockman P' A W rf' ,W ,7 W P' 1 a C' B W Jackie Brooks K' Amanda Brown Webb Buie Flu, I Mx 2 5.1- ik sail Y Q7 N'-.J 1 r f l 0.- bf 6-4 y sk -DPL sou. 'Jay Owe WS O95 se 5 nj rothy Burke . Dave Busby ,f s Rosa Caldwe lu ',i,,f f F 4 9 Howard Camp Cay Campbell Betty Carroll ' , V. A wx J n Ls e x I ' L X Xxx' ak I il sk kl 1 JK T w ' 4, . 5-W xi IU-X Vi V' JJ 'lx .3 . L JK V'LLk'Lf B ' U 4 M C L 'l. L L Xvkb RYA lx x v n DM. V Robbie Caulfield Terry Chandler Prentiss Charles l lftfl L yd L V vb XC 9? deff' . . 1 .. -. f 1 . , - f A ' 4 f Ni. , Walda Dailey I ed Rue T9 D Rigbard Danks A 1 Deedie Davis Judy Davis Kent Dear vw 1 ,, Q ff X an Q58 C Ann Denton Jimmy Dossett Margaret Downlng ha--f 50' Nvuo 1--Ts. Q . s. Judy Fikes Shirley Fincher Becky Fowler Steve Fowler Katie Franklin Maida Fulgham Gayle Garth Bill Gates Marsha Gear bn, , 'iwg ,Vail f ,Lb 'L Dale Duckworth' if ffl' Nancy Dunawaiy gb Cecil Dyer lj X I John Einhaus Jane Eldridge Kathy Everett Sandy Fantozzi Paul Fellers Jeanne Ferguson rn' is VM Sophomore Lucy Cerhart Wiley Giddens Jean Gilbertson Cole Gober Neill Gooch James Gooeh Saundra Cordon Kay Gragg Lee Graham Af 5494" T X , Class Judy Helm Helene Hewitt Barry Hill Charles Hills June Hines Danny Hise Pete Holcombe Brad Howard Billy Huddleston 'SA Q.,,., ' "sly 71"-rf' j 1 'Q Ni' -'If V27 Jimmy Hudgins Bill Hunter Bebe Hutchins Sara Hutto Patricia Jeffcoats Diane Jeffreys Lee Jones Ray Jones Robert Jones ophomore Vicki Jones David Jordan Bruce Kennington Louisa Kessler Neal Kinard Ken Lackey .Vx g4'Ui'el3f259f9'ter' L Sandra Le Jufzfavfggy ii 'Q' Milk Jaw! of O Qiefkfo l u 3 Tommy Lewis FP' X Nr Kay Izindfgyaj Qi gli fl f I Y i' B11 . .J mb X, L 4 L 1 55135025 g gr Q wx ,., f . v . N V in is Ca L L7 AQ X fi Q f SN We f I ,N A , , ai Q QCA XJ' FNQQ7 if KK? " L9 C 9' if Sxflw giggle Lipgcownb fv C6S3elg'!Xttl'4'1:' Xi ljxcgftin K L K k U W Richard Lollar 4 MJ YQ" I Bob Lumpkin - W v.f":v-W VBA L2 Temple LYmberis lily 1 XL' VJ? Af ,L. X. f ,k,?1 J, if D in-' 'x in ,N ,W w1?'.f,f 'lbs B J 1 , . . 1 Mike McLain Maggie McLean Gaye McLemore Charles McNaron l Mary Elise McWillian1s A Judy Maddox Y w . fn X - 4,7 f K x-, K f fm, X kd . .5 'x. Vx M rn 9 Q, Ronald' Ylxlagee K? Nash Mattficks Ann Maxwell "PQ k 1 um x " fl ' w y gp Class M Martha McCharen Raymond McClinton V . . ' f lf' Call McCorm1ck U V W1 W' I , 2 R - M 3 ,ufvwl 'uv V .0 V . X., , VX' ,l---Q 1 K fr! , . . ul ., ,V- , J , 1 an wa .fy 11" 1 --ljf ff l A ,,, xlfi' , Charles McGowan, . 4 1 , iglyfik divx Mary vif 'y L N lkiinylkq . K . A Q N ,Aff Roy McDan1el P50 506 vc 1 ff-Jia 6? ifiiffg T - 'X ffx XX - r 5 . 9099 QVOKQVJ-ff 6 kia nQ'2g.f15 wb .6 P- 6 pa, ICQ H11 ,QNAYX5 57, bl za", I Gale Mcllonnellg I 7 F4559 Laura McEachern if 4' Adele McGowan if R'-' 'Q A Q -2- s Q: 4-0 3- 1 YN-...., -......,, Bill Montgomery Billy Moore Lynn 3, Morris ., Q . l ' Q-1' K ' fa gl' , , -f -ij H' a riff' l 4. . 3 fp- I1 ' ,, , IA' I 'I K V 5, 5 Ji. l r ' i nl l fa-. ww, , A K5 K . lf V5 X Madelyn Morrow Brenda Morton j V.VDennis Murphree . Q, A fry Boyd Nabors Sandra Neely Hugo Newcomb im""""'k B.. 'f-E13 Sophomore Natalie Maynor Jan Mayo Bill Mays Linda Mendell Don Miller Walter Miller Ted Millice Gwen Mills Dick Mitchell sd 117 6. if 6 ? 61:7 iw kS.ak Class Dorsey Nicholson Barry Oden ,Ianey Owen 1 ' s Pam Packer Donna Page Albert Patterson Charles Patton Preston Patton Joe Patty 'nas Y:- -v 'CH' N Pete Peterman Barry Pettit Kay Pickens Ruth Piekett Merrie Pierce ,Indy Pippen Lynn Pitts Beth Ponder Belle Privette 15'-'-.N 0-. 'Q- ophomore Diane Purvis Vic Putnam Doug Ragland Mary Jane Ray Mary Edith Redus Jimmy Ricks Gary Roberson Carolyn Roberts Carol Robertson 'RY A sv 'W' if h -,7 Taylor Robertson Rosemary Rogers Charles Rogillio A' ,ah A , J' , K I . U 1. Wyatt Rousseau 3 Raymond Roy R Barbara Ruff Elaine Russell 'Kenx' Sample .Iirnmy Scates 'Q' 'Q' sm..- 75-'gp 5 . x 4 x N I 5 , ,. 'L ! 'A --.. A . A U ' X , Dianna Steijen Pat Steinwinder S 1 . K' A Mx, ,Ioann Still H ,, if KV - l, . X X '- I 'l, ' ' 1 WU' .19 Q ,X X. 4 vi , xx ,R L v X 3' xx' - L Sli L. gxl' 1 4 lj P ' x all . W ' , V X ' ' - F ,xx , JL, 3 K PRSA , I x l X K ilk ' ' ' .2 F 1 ' R3 X fx K Q' lr UA A A fy' ' K X g Gerald Stodgllill . PX ' li - Janie Stone X4 f ' 1 l Rookie Stowers 7, ,fb bv fx I-A X' lf' A Il yllzfllf G , 'Pap gf ,QJW .X ' c YH V 1 All if ' ff , , L ' ,f jr V X, VJ M: l 7, if nf 1 Q W ff C ' y A elm f , K ! s " . arvey Lee Strayllan f wx B wley Stubblefield Cllarlayne Sullivan C lass Y Q Sandy SCIIUPIZ Walter Sistrunk Patricia Sloan yo . ., SXAQSLKXK 4 , ,. , , Xx..yx.,, k W ., XXXSXXR :-L i y- Mu Ricky Sneeil ,Iudy Sowell Bugh Spaulding Lester Spell Rex Stallings Joe Steen Y:-rf A le , -l L, 'Vx A XM! xx I 'bib inn f-rw., ""'.!' V, ..,,. ,af- ,AM lv! 'TS '2 'S if:-f . l , K i y i' Nancy Tweedy ' W Carolyn Van Devender 95, Sandra Vaughey gl JK W3 fi ,Vi AQ" Q gy JFK' A 'JK ,gdb jj Jerry Vernonxy' NJ I IJ fy, lap X7 Gail Virdeix. Q' ff il MIX J XW XV HJ! X 1 V UP Xlleilxf il I T' '41 J ax ix , I H 4-ff!! lb. kt X Y 1 'i N, .Jig V Xl: 4 .A lr- My Ei ll Vi ,if xlib Anna Ware A 'F QQ! Harry Watson Air, v Spurgeon Weatherall ophomofe Rachel Sullivan X T 15 lxfg evff Theaux Sullivan U ' Xxlixflxgl E46 Bonnie TaYlor ly! ilcsfk 1 I xl Xian K L by ,Ngo - f Sk e , K Y qfxlbqfxl CLUKQLQ lj, KQQQXQ Q ,QQ e,eQ'iwa, John Taylor XXICYXQXJQYUQ Og Ginger Thames NL LQ I red Thompson ,air 5' If PP X A l i Xfffkgykijaskk Opoxd, 'iijvfbx 'LA Linda Tinder Dick Todd Nancy Turner ,V Q 4 'QL N!! 'C -T -- 'iv' si N.: Class Janice Webb Kathy Webb Rosalind Welch Aubrey Wells Ben Wells Louis Wells Carolyn White Gloria White Johnny Marie Whitfield we 'TIT Tim Whitsett Betty Claire Wilkerson Elese Williams X ,F 'J J' , 2 f X 15 ll 7' , , L 1 J f -e .' T , I M! ,fe .s up T! " V, I 'D .Lf A. f V .ff Q 1 W 44: 'L np 7 3 fb 1 , , A! f mf ff, H Janelle Williams' Pat Williams Andy Wimberly Tommy Windham Paul Yarbrough Bob Ziepprecht HQ., 1...- wg J, ML .,, .. .. .J . , g 4 Q Vg, QT " , . f2L4,?vf?23' 4. f J! rm? an ,. N- wf - m 35 T3 5 Hqh w m A l fi, ' QL -sg 10,5 . A ,5: i gk - .Mgmt 4, ., .g4:, ,f-5k,Mf,Q'vz fy ,H . DQ . 1 1, :ff K 1, i' 2 ' V . MQ , g'?fig-Y., :., , ,SW ' A Lf 7 Ka Q. ir k A A Z Qg Qs? gf ' T 5, 5.55 xMW,5 .5i -1 iw Y K g,gv,wv?.f15 4 4 Nts,-,I 6 1,, A h ' 'RQ gt fg?5'iR" 555212. r "xi ,sggliif ep ' i evrsi wvff' Q v Wil 4 1 I :fin . 1 i ,. r Though the lVlurrah student lmody is one unit, each student has individual talents. Our eurrieulum encourages the development of these talents through clubs. Many of the f.-ismls we make and accomplishments we take pride in are the results of our active interest in our eluh. To benefit the most a person must give the most, and in respeet to vluh membership this often nieans long hours of work. However, to the person who enjoys sharing experienc-es with others this is more fun than it is work. ational Honor Dramatic Society Thespian Troupe 41 Becoming ai Thespian means that a student has avmiiiuilated one hundred hours working on dmrnzitic productions, consequently the mernlnership of this organization vomprises a very selvvt group'of individuals interested in promoting lwetter drama in lVlurrah. The memlmersllip numlmers 500. This is evidence of the Clllllll!-1liiSIll and interest in staging better drarnatir- preformanves lmoth within our school and 4-ommunity. lVliss Emmy Lou Patton. Tliespiaii sponsor, has devoted long hours and has vontrilmuted much to setting high standards of theatric-al productions. Ulliim-I-l's: l'r4's.: llill lume- Virc'-l'i'n-s.:lJoi1 l,o1'k4- Svr.: .llldllli Tlioinpsoil 'l'r1'us.: llurlnnrn Crowell Sponsor: 'Nliss llullon A 'lllusplan wur s s 1 l Rclnunni Nlunia Ulficcis: Chairman: Suzy Rau Scrilnc: Barbara Crowell Sponsor: Malcolm Norwood Scenic Design For the student who derives satisfaction not from the applause of an audience of open- ing night, hut from the creation and execution of a playis set, the Theater Guild offers mem- bership in the Scenic Design Clulm, an integral part of Murrahas dramatic program. To this student the atmosphere he must create for the stage is as real to him as is the part to the actor. He must know the play in every re- spect to provide a sulmtle hackground for the players-one that will not detract from the action, but will set the mood for the audience. This is indeed a cluli project for no person could handle the work alone. Therefore. there comes with the satisfaction of artistic expression the wonderful hours of hard work on stage with others, and of the last minute touches on the hackdrop, nostalgic memories of school clothes ruined with supposedly water solulile paint, the precarious perches atop a delapidated ladder. The Scenic Design Cluli is an excellent opportunity for a student to develop his artistic almility, and an excel- lent opportunity for him to work as a part. with others to create something that is a wholeg hut would not he without his contri- lmution. xl row: llriilgcs, llrantliam, llrccn, Marlin, W1'igl1I, Andcrson, lxf1CClli1l't'll, lh'ICC0l'lIllC'li. 21111 row: Crowell, Wiley. Grantlnnn, Wilson, Yan-s, Murpllrcc. Ladncr, Mills. 3rd row: llarksdalc, liottorf, Thames, Batcs, Rattley. Lacy. R usscl l. 83 CC Q, Acting and Directing The three divisions of the acting and directing club compose one of the largest segments of the theatre guild. The members of this club strive to learn the fundamentals of acting and directing. During major produc- tions, however, undertaking various other jobs such as editing the program, collecting props, publicizing the play and selling tickets give members in-Q valuable experience in other fields of dramatics. The entire Theatre Guild has the pleasure of attending a play presented by this group, which is al- ways a spectacular of entertainment, a day of never-forgotten thrill, dra- matic triumph-and sometimes a Hop. Officers: Chairman: Morris Spivey Scribe: Brenda Parker Sponsor: Miss Patton With nothing but pure fun and satis- faction from a job well done, this group plods onward toward higher standards in the field of dramatic arts. Ist row Fowler, Brunson, Pitts, Gerhart, White, Maynor, Stone, McLaurin, Liddle. 2nd row: Smith Childress, Moore, Parker, Burt, Cox, Payne, Barksdale, Gibson, Norton. 3rd row: Crow, Briggs Sauls, Utesch, Webb, Hutchins, Hall, Bush. 4th row: Lane, McGuffee, Spivey, Gilfoy, Dee Kerby. Jennings. X Office-rs: Clliliflllllllf Gray ,luvkson Scrilw: Sylvia Davidson Sponsor: Nlr. Ewing sl row: Rallvy, Jordon, ,l1n'kson. 221141 raw: Callwll, llrorkmam, Akin, Edmonds, Weird, Tomlil, lloswvll, llutlm-r. ffm' row: Cllllllllillll, llcll, H4-lm, Nvvley, Hall, Vnugxllvy, llziwkins, Own-ns, Spvll, Haskins, Holimun. -1111 row: Holbgood, Mr'C0wzin. Wliillim-ld, Wl'iglll, M4'l"umlclvri, llolmvs, Dvalon, Davidson, Nicholson, Bradley. Uffiw-rs: llluiirnninz l'olly Suunn Scrilw: Miriam Wilsmrii Sponsor: Miss ,lolmslon lx! row: Caldwell, Huy, Sullivan, Millvr, Spzinn, llc-un. 21111 row: Liglitscy, Hamilton Fitzliugll, Fi-rguson, Wilsimn, Malcy, Dickson, ,Ii-ffvrys, Elliott, Lipsf'on1lJ. 3rd row: Pip pen, Webb, Williams, Kvsslvr, johnson. Ware-. Wllil1', Alvxunde-r. 4111 row: Pittman, Slim-ll llarr, Rodus, Edwards, YLll'lJOT0llgll, Hnflvy. Tllunws. 'I23 'vlfw YI Office-rs: Chairman: Alabcl May Scribe: Enht-I Coldslcin Sponsor: Mrs. Caldwell Publicity To make any production a success, publi- city is essential. Posters, stickers, radio and television announcements must be distributed throughout Jackson in order to enable the public to become familiar with iVlurrah's thc- atrical efforts. The Publicity Club can cer- tainly claim credit for the large crowds always seen at iVlurrah's presentations. The time and effort spent on publicity by the members of this club keeps the caliber of our productions high. lst raw: liarksdalc. lioldstcin. McLaurin, Ray. 2nd row:Alt-xandcr, Ward, Tolnason. 3rd row: May, Not-I, New man. Eakin. 'IQ 124 ake-U Assisting with all school productions, the girls of the Make-Up Club learn the techniques and uses of stage make-up. They study the proper application and ser- vice of make-up and apply their knowledge in the most skillful way possible according to the mood and char- acter of the actors as written by the author. Through their long hours of enthusiastic effort the Make-Up Club makes their contribution to the high quality of lVlurrah,s presentations. lx! row: Huffman. Wilkerson, Barry, Etheridge, Sloan, Franklin Znrl row Roberts Lymberis WllhlH on M lm mack. Fowler, Steijen, Jones. 3rd row: Berman. Taylor Fl9lIllI'l Harmon Scott Tukftt Mitchell we 125 L A Costumes For those who enjoy designing and making costumes, the costumes club is the answer. These girls are respon- sible for designing and making all the costumes for the produvtions at lVlurrah. Playing a vital part in the suc- cess of our dramatic efforts, the girls initiate originality and genuine skill in costumes. Officers: Chairman: Louise Brewer Scribe: Virginia Perry Sponsor: Mrs. Starling Isl row: Cooper. Berbelle, Jones, Radcliff, Anding. 2nd row: Bailey, Bardin, Williams, Brown, McKinley, Tllznm- firrl row: Clark, Ivy, Toler, Morris. Turner. ti! 1 V ""' E lx Q? p Props Striving to contribute their liest construe- tive efforts in obtaining superior props, the members of the Props Clulu play a vital role in keeping the standards of lVlnrrah presen- tations high. As important as the actors on the stage are the props in their proper plaees on stage. A responsible and dependable props committee is necessary to make our proclnv- tions a success. Olin-1-rs: llhairntanz liarlmm Sloan 4-rilw: Aliw- Caroline lillllllj' Nponsori xllsS l,iI4llNVl'0l'll I.xl row: NIcl.n'an. llunnaway. Ariz, Saylor. Sloan, Addkison. 21111 raw: Dickson. Slocumlm. l'urvis, Clark, llinvs, Xlil- Ivr. fin! row: l.ips4-omlm, Stallings. Hawthorne, Crawley, Utesch. 9 Lighting ldglllllllgl is un important part of 1-an-lt prodnvtion no matter how large or small. Propvr lighting: can set the mood of il play and vontrilnlte greatly in llltx OVUI' all PffPl'llV9.l1PSS of a dra- mntia' prodnvtion. 'llhesv lroys illum- inate tht- stagv for vvery play, home- room prf-se'ntntion. and c'dnr'ational IH'0gIl'2lHI. First raw: H+-rmun, Allcn, And:-rson. yiillglllll. ,lonm's. llrislt-r. Lyons. St'f'0lIl'l row: Bradshaw, Potts, Knight. Lil:-s. Nlurplxry. lfolwr. Ronsst-nu. Stinv. Hffi4'1'rs: 1.llilll'IT1ilHI Donald Ht-rlnun Sl'l'llll'f l.alnn' .'xllt'Il SPUIINIITI ur. Nlvl fzlrlvy Stagecraft l"rr.sl row: lluilvy. 'Nlitvln-ll, Smith. Svronfl row: flll2ll'lt'S, Lungilvy. CLlTllllt'll3f'l. I,m'lu', 'Nfoort-, Nlillvr, Thirrl row: Prive-. Rvgznt. 'N1v'NI11rtruy. flllLl5l'. l.ndn1-r. Llllillxl Dnlv, 0ffi1't'l's: Cllillflllillll llilly Nloort- St'TllM'2 Don Loclu' Sponsor: Hr. Ruglgi The I7l'lllt'lllLil purpose' of tlw Stage Craft Clnln is to plan and t-onstrut't tht- sets of Mnrrz1l1's major produvtions. 'lllw lnvnllwrs of tlns vlulm spend Hlillly llonrs lravkstagv working on svts and reveivfl relativvly little l'tAt'0QQlll- tion for their work. Vllllf'll' work is always outstanding and rc'- veivcs many lanldnlmle- vommvnts from 0llSPl'Yl'l'S. Book Club The Book Club was organized to enable students to discuss var- ious books and the lives of the authors. Une of the projects was to discuss Shakespeare and his works at the same time the sen- iors were studying Macbeth. Their goal is to broaden the stu- dents horizon by introducing as many facets of literature as pos- sible. llfficcrsl Pres.: Betty lo Stigall Sec.: Betty Butler Sponsor: Miss Thompson Firsl I'0ll'.' Miss l'll1l'll4'y- xl"Wl"ll Second rozc: lfilxcs. lvtlllltllll. lit First row: Butler, Langston. Morrow. Second row: McEuclu-n. Mayo, Fcrguson Nlycrs. Sklar. Third raw: 'l'liompson. Brooks. Sewell. llarncs. l'iclu-ns, Library Club Only those students who serve as li- brary assistants throughout thc school year are eligible for membership in thc l,ibrary Club. The purposes of the club are to broaden pupil experiences. de- velop special abilities, create skill in using library tools and explore library service as a vocation. The most im- portant responsibility this vear was serv- EE ing as host school for the meeting of the Student Library Assistants of Mississippi on November 22. l958. SFQQ -mr 2 Q? ,, ..,r , Ufficcrs: l'res.: .ludy Fikcs Vicc-Pres.: Carolyn Louis Sec. S Trcas.: Martha Graham Hcp.: :Xnnc Marie Mendell 1' if Ufficws: Pres.: Marlin MCRoberts View--l're-s.: Ralph lirockmun and Jimmy Russell SNL: Dir-k VTIIIIINPFUII Sponsor: Mr. Lyon Boys' Hi-Y The Boys Hi-Y club is a service organization created to maintain and extend Christian character and ideals throughout the home, school, and community. Functioning in close affiliation with the YMCA. the club is enjoyed by boys from all three grade levels. Among the activities of the club this year were selling concessions at the Cray-Y Jamboree and sending gifts to Col- umbia Training School at Christmas time. At the end of the year the officers forthe next year are elected and they attend the Blue Ridge Hi-Y Congress during the summer. Isl rou': Tliompson, Windham, Russell, Brockman, Butts, Mason, Lay, McNaren. 2nd row: Yarbrough, Myers, Mc'- fiorniivk. liluvk, Mumford, Butson. lVlr'R0berts. Y Teens The Y-Teens emblem is a lilue and wliite triangle with an elongated world. The three sides of the tri- angle represent the Y-Teen goals . . . To grow as a person . . . To grow in friendship with all people . . . To grow in the knowledge and love of Cod. The Y-Teens have three service pro- jects during the year. In the summer they attend the mid-south Conference in l.onglieach. During the winter there are swimming parties. Sweetheart Ban- quets. and potato chip sales. Smaller conferences are held during the year. Officers: Pres.: Sally Hicks Viet-sl'1'cs.: Cindy Brown Sec.: Daplme Wzirmi Tri-us.: Betty Williams Rep.: Maida Fulgllum lnner Clulm Council He Elloit Sponsor: Miss llrelanil Firsl row: Eldridge, Gordon, Ponder, Denton, Hicks. Wllll1llllS.Slll1lllt'l4S.SllUlIIlF011 to I intl 1-ol. Herring. Tillman, Fulgham, Boyer, McKeown. Third rozc: Roliinson. llrown Hind lmd u Nlv Hookii Ward. Sunmers. ings onee ii week to tie fishing llies. The flies are made with spevial lui-es to 1-att-li lmream. are larouglit hefore the eluh to ileinonstrzite tevhnnpies in cast- Tie-Fly " .. 'l'hi-se lmoys hold night meet- ilss. and trout. Also fishing rods m ..i 1,, First row: Minor. Withers, Nloss, Knots. Smith. liirdsong. llurm-s. Swami row: Raines. Hutto. Ns-il. Costas. .lanin's. Wilkinson. Carroll. l.olliir. Hffiu-rs: Pres.: Ronny .lunivs Yivv-l'i'f's.: Sires-ty Nlinor S4-iq 8 'l'rv.is.: Hi-rdon Wilkin- llop.: Pete' Costas Sponsor: NIV. Unvis "M" Club limi ron: Xloiilpoiiniy. lls-nlerim-ii. SVFUHII lUIl'.' Lipseoinh. Xlrllwgiin. Xrnolil. l.nnrly. ulinsxxorlli. lhiss. Nlontgoim-ry. Tliirll roux' Joni-s, john. ton. Film-r. ,Il'l-l-Q'l'fF. llLlI'lH'l'. 132 Vlemhership in the "Mu Chili is open to hoys who lmvf- lettereml in ulh- letirs. 'lille Vlllll seeks lo ilerelop at high standard of ethivs and sports- manship among its meniliers anal foster ai hetter uiiclerstmnling ol the vurious sports. The highliglit ol' the yearls zletivities is the "Mu vlnlw pil'- nii' held at the Heclei'nizm's l.0llQJQt',illltl attended hv meinluers and their clzites. Offivwsz Pres.: Cary llgiss Vive-l'1'es.: llohlsy ,Xrnolil See. X Tri-ns.: Huy Lundy Sgt.-ut-:Xi'n1s: 'lloni Fuluife-V Sponsor: NIV. Xlvrri! Simi' tvmiis is the most lltltYt'l'Siliif' ztyvtt sport iii tht- world. the Illt'IlliD6l'S tht' T0lllltS Chili think it Iwcc-ssa1'y to vutv and t'll1'Ulll'2iQ!Ql' inte-rest in this um' att Mlll't'2lil. The st-hoot provide-s wh nwmlwr an auleqtiato chalice to he- nmt- familiar with the c-quipnwnt and lvztrn thc hasii- fllIld2ltltt'lllEliS of the uma ln thv sprinff of cavh wat' trv- P . . ' rw - rw its aw hold tor the- tennis lvam. and vnihcrs who haw' improvvd enough :ring the- yvzir Hlilkfx up tht- tvaim. tN't'im'vi'f: l'rt'Q.: Symtnvy Smith Vim--l'i'm-S.: ,Iuhn Fnstn-r Sw.: Cynthia Dunn R1-p,: Billy Raihin l"ir.v!rnu':W:-lls,l1t1iinciln-r, Miller, Slunwinder Ncwton Dunn Burkt I lor I llmwli, Doss:-I, Ht-idcllmrg, Blum-, Rubin Bllxll' Holdnrheld Blrhir Powter ii figifi A f"'s P .tx af "9 as Senior Girls' 'l'he olnjeetives of the Senior Girls' lflulr have lneen assisting in any eivie projeet anti helping fur- ther sehool spirit. These girls have sent Christmas ezlrtls to the Old lmliesi Home. taken eandy to Old lVlens' Home, given elothes and presents to at needy person. and en- tertained sielx ehilrlren in the hos- pital. This elulr eontinues to help in any worthwhile projeets that grow lroni some enrrent neetl. Hliliieer-1 First four: Laulner. Turk. Covell, Seronrl row: leffeouts. Hope Wlllllllllh. llules l'res,: ,lulizt l'inIt Parker. Third row: Burns. Piutt. Roberts. Hill. Foster. Stoekwell, Viee-Pres.: lfurelyn llill See.: Susan Foster llep.: .'xllllt'Slllt'liN'1'll Sponsor: Nliss 'llusselwliile First wuz' llielnmlson, l,t-wi-. Senmrl rule: llnrson. Nmlerson. Nlelfull. Alford. Tlzirfl 141143-llooeli. lll'LIl'. llollis. Winilrerly, 1.2 , it t Photography This elulm teuehes the lun- tlanientals of photography and offers instruetion in the clevel- oping of film. These lutsie techniques render at vatlualule serviee to the sehool, lreeause these lloys ure often eztlletl on to assist with the various sehool aetivities. Uffieersz Pres.: .lnlmny Hieliurtlsen Vice-Pres.: Kent Dear See.: Andy Wimluerly Rep.: Neil Cowell Sponsor: Miss Hurri- Officers: Pres.: Brelund Hilburn Vice-Pres.: Tommy Safely See.-Titus.: Pat Tullos Sponsor: Mr. Dollarhide The Band Club is an organization in- tended to extend musical interests of the students at lVll11'!'Hll, and offer a greater opportunity for these students to develop their talents. By listening to records. talks, and actual playing, the members learn some of the finer points in music. Music Club First row: Hardy, Moore, Cowen, Tull, Patty, Dollarhide, Lancaster, McArthur. Second' row: Fulgham, Little, Graham, Dollarhide. Winsleald. Third row: Brown. Rowton. Hillvurn, O'Ferrell, Magee. Fourth row: Rowlon, Harlem, Butte, Persons, Safley. Fifth row: Wills. CUFF. Will. Cheatlmnm, Tullos. Sixth rowg Shirts, Stodghill, Dyer, Yarbrough, Lefoldt. Seventh row: Dame. Camp. Putt- lllilll. Sansing, Olsen, Goodwill. Wllitse't. Audio Visual 'llo train lioys to operate audio- visual equipment including 16 mm. projectors. slide and film strip projectors is the chief de- sign of this club. Without their help the films which enrich our curricular program would not he possilmle. Officers: Pre-sidcnt: Paul Fm-llcrs Vicc-President: Ronnie Magm- Sf-cretary: Walter Bone' Reporter: Mike Holmes Sponsor: Mr. Gillaspy Ufficcrs: Pre-sidcnt: Harry Bruner Vicc-Prvsitlt-nt: Richard Farlec Secretary-Treasurer: Munson Ncyland Rcportcr: lioli Bowman Sponsor: Mr. Dcavcrs lst row: Farlce. lllonnt. 21111 row: llruncr. 3rd row: Hawthorne. Clements. A 4.. Lin -wt -1,3 ls! row: Hill, Bell, llont-. 2nd row: Cobcr, Magee, Patterson. N01 pictured: lllytllc Bowling, Einhaus, Fcllcr, Hand, Holmes, Jordon. Montgomery. Palmcr. Ragland Sentcs. Schlegel, Sistrunk. Stockclt. Stodgill. Todd. Crafts The purpose of the Crafts Clulr is to acquaint its memlrers with the tools, mate1'ials,.and pro- cesses involved in some of the useful crafts. These skills and this knowledge can lead to many happy hours of leisure time ac- tivity as well as a profitable avocation. ls! row: Sioeumb, llarksdale. Welch. Strayhan. Marlin. Prim-ltr-. 21111 row: Anderson. llill, Tcdford. Cox. Officers: Pres.: lloh McLean Vice-l'rcs.: Larry Martin Progrann Chairmen: Bill Anderson and .linnny liarksdalc Sponsor: Mr, Shows Ensemble Open to members of the Mur- rah Singers, this group has pro- vided entertaining choral pro- grams in assembly, for various civic clubs, organizations, and other Jackson schools. Being in- corporated into the Theater Guild, in this its first year, the Ensemble has added greatly to the theatrical life at lVlurrah. Debating To those who derive pleasure from working long hours on forceful speeches, presenting pros and cons, and practicing them until they know them from memory, the Debate Club pre- sents an opportunity for its mem- bers to develop their speaking talents. Learning parliamentary procedure, writing and organ- izing legislative platforms, and attending debates, keep these stu- dents constantly aware of the leading topics of the day. Officers: Chairman: llcntly Layton Scribe: Steve Meisburg Sponsor: Mr. Byler lst row: Miller, DeMoss, Mayberry, Hutchins. l'lerring1, Mcliraw. 2nd rgwg Hur-hnm Ford, Meisburg, lnkster, Layton, Adkinson. Production and Procedure pax W .Q 3 r'-an of 'F "1 cv KX 14,3 4. lllfst l'I7H'f Row. Kvmlull, Alvxallmdvr. Hurt, Pvrry, Millvr, jolmston. Huy. Ftrirkluml. pifllllilll. Ligxhlsvy. Aikvn. Svrorvrl row: Dirk- -on. Uowningl, Nlvlvin, SIN-ll, Vivi. Bn-we-r. Stockwvll, M4'Fadd0n. ITIIQIIIIPS. lfrislvr, D1-alton. Tlzirrl row: McCall. lin-ur, Rug:-1'-,, Ikxkf-r, 1705114-e. Hr-df-rznun. l,:lngl1-y. Wills. Hillmurn. Spec-bc lub Golden Gavaliers lfzml rnux' Umor:-. Park:-r. Hlltlx-1'. Slum-, Vvnus. l,udnvr. Briggs. Nl:-ml:-ll. Turk. Swami row: Nloorv. lmvkf-, Lyons, lLilIl1lY. llaxvidl mn. flux'-fm-. Hl'11:'e'. xx-illilllllr. Third muff Mills-r. Florvnvv. .lzlr'kQoI1.JOIIIISUII.Hviclllvllrgx.5r'l1:1f1'l'. 'Wc'CIrml. nUi'llilY1ilIl, Rethoricians lk l"irsr wiv: liisluvp, 'l't-mlfnnl. lfuste-i'. lidniumls, llutliorm-, Robinson, Sliultli-worlli, 'fuvke-It, Williams, Martin. SUFUIIII row: 'llullos Wiiilrigrlvr, Wurle-, lluilsnn, Nlusun. Ciunplwll, Stigull, Jvffmzils, Huuke-r. Tlzirn' row: Svligm-l. jinm-s. Arnold, ffnursons, Wurdluw Unk:-r, lli-rinain. Spf-Q-ml. llvsiilvs learniiig pill'll2lIIl6lltLi1'y IJl'Ol'CllLll'1' superior awards in the lVlississippi Youth Con- uncl putting it into pi'zu'ti1'c tlirougli vampaigns gress. 'llllese clulms moot twice a wer-li and the lor ilu' vlulr ol'l'iv0i's. tht- Spvvvli Clulrs send rep- meetings are confliuitecl undvr strivt purliunwn- rvsc-iitul'ivc's to tliv Mississippi Youth Congress. tary pl'OCCdl11'9. 'llliis yvzir tliv spcifivli clcipartnwnt Cluinwfl nine' C F1labusters l"ir.wl mir: lNl1'llulu-rts. Xlvlmuii. Suuls. l,ipsc'mnlw, Lundy, lnkstz-r. Sf"I'UI1!I'f0lL'.'RLlllllI.WLlT4 mn wx 1 uri: l'a-rsuns, llill. lllvllowaiii. Nil-liuls. Hulinvs. llwvii. liurnlnnn. Hutln. Third raw: Ulsvn, Str gf ew onn N innr lrlulnnin llll'lll5.,l1'l.l.1'I'yS, Axlvy. Wliilv. wb ,QQ 20' i QU vos? 44. Commentators xl lunm ll innml Bron mm W1 in on .ittcy wks Barr. Myres, Hr-arin, Brunson. Semnrl row: Hass. Lam: im 1 It on Fukui fI'll'llll1.lIIl Bark dnl: Boswell Mr'f'ufffe Third row: Alford. Ford. McCall. Adams. And:-rson. Faulk. Les Createtirs year. The first was to the fair and these students sketvhed and painted the varnival in all its gaudy array. Then in the Spring a trip to Vicksburg was made, and the group toured many liistorim-al plaves to gather material for paintings. xy' I sl r Illlt ms ollol lllgf four!! 4 Lucy. Norwood. llowningz. Anderson. Yates. l,a1ln:-r. Run. Junior Executive One of our newly formed elulns. the Junior Executive Clulu has heen or- ganized to help the students ohtain part-time johs after school and on Sat- urtlays. These students assist the fae- ulty in typing. cutting. stencils. mak- ing lmulletins. and any other general office work. I'rcs.: Rachel Striekluntl Vice-l'rcs.: Kenny llnllepeu Sec.: Edwin Niclfoy Trens.: Ellie Asprootlr Rep.: Wes Godwin Sponsor: Mr. Cooper ls! rmc: Ridgwuy. Nlelvin. l'e4irson, -Xsprootli. Stricklznul. Nlclfoy, Qual rout Huthorn. Moore Godwin lvulleggher. lx! row: Tinmler. Nlctfoy. lfohh. xlt'lA'lllHliQ'. Bethune, Duckworth. Bnrf mzc: llnnl. Hoy. tlnyton. Holwerson. Holmes, l,t'll'I'lll2ll1. llfN'lll1l'l'l1, 'l4'I Science The purpose of the Science lllulv is to encourage stuclcnts to clevelop .i questioning spirit with which they muy guide their thoughts towards high goals of achievement. lt allows gi person whose interests encompass the field of science to express himself freely in the presence of like-nrinmletl individuals upon any topic ol' general concern. The Science clulm further allows the niemlrer to profit from and al,msorlJ that wistlorn which might he presented hy his associates. llrcs.: lrury llolvcrson Vice-Pres.: Nlury Nlctho Sec.: llzlvifl lluyton Rep.: llnnny lfolslm Sponsor: Mr. Wullcy if 'gin W my 'Yi 'liek WM. lx , K, of igig At Murrah we believe in a sound body as well as a sound mindg for to have one without the other is to be incomplete. The athletic program here has grown as a young child grows. Fed by the enthusiasm and un- dying spirit of the Murrah students, it has grown through the years to be a full-fledged member of the Big-8 Conference. Football Murrah - 13, Provine - 7 ln a game that is always a battle Murrah came out on the good end. The Rams made a laudable show but were unable to get their offense generated. The ponies scored first as the result of a haild determined drive, led by an agressive and potent forward wall. Tom Schafer did the honors and we led, 6-0. In the second quarter the Mustangs again pen- etrated deep into Ram territory, and Jeff Jeff- reys carried the ball over for our second tally. Although the Rams sneaked one 82 yard touchdown by our kicking team, they were never able to overcome our lead, giving us a 13-7 victory. Tum Scliafer scores first TD of season in 13-7 win over Provin Murrah - 13, Forest Hill - O lVlurrah,s battle with the Little Dixie power was won on sheer determination. A blocked punt and a Forrest Hill runner caught from behind after a fifty yard run were the high- lights of the game. It was won by the tenacious play of Murrahis rugged line. The Mustangs scored first when Gay Lundy blocked a punt in the Rebel end zone, and Will Brantley fell on the ball for the score. Later. Tommy Cato caught a long pass in the Rebel end zone to give us a 13-0 lead. Holding at the right time and playing hard- nose-up football, the line held the Rebel offense to a no-score shut out. 1,1 In lf lvflrc-ys malws ai gain 1 nnsl ilu- Hams. ,lim Merril I.oam'li Cary Bass llullluairk ,aa , ,X M, A 59" t. s..,a..1i! 1 I I I Q I K Bobby Arnold Guard W'ill Brantley Tackli- r -J.. Murrah - 13, Clarksdale - 7 lVlurrah won its third game in rlose fashion. Although not playing the game they were vapalvle of, the lVlustangs did win. lVlurrah took an early lead alter a 06 yard drive ended with a five yard TD lay Tom Schafer. l,ate in the third period the Wildcats drove thi- Ponies down the field and scored their first TD in three frames. With minutes left in the game the lVl11s- Ft tangs once more took the lead after a long drive. and the game ended lil-7. lVlurrah. Murrah - 0, Greenville - 12 lVlin'rah. not lieing alile to capitalize on its oppor- tunities. took its first defeat of the season. Green- ville made use of two lrrealis and scored on lmotli. lVlllI'l'Hl1 played an outstanding gaine against the Hig-8 Champions. The lVlllSliiIlQ!QS at one time drove to the l'lornet 6 yard line, lint a ruggecl Greenville defense hi-Id. Jl'PV6I1ll Il U' Oll I' Sf'0l'l'. r- Murrah - 12, Central - 7 A eity footlaall ehanipionship means a lot to any sehool, laut to a st-hool which has never won one previously it means even more. The winning of this trophy required one of the finest efforts the team put forth during the entire season, plus the laaelaing of an enthusiastie' and appreeiative stu- dent laody. Central seored first, laut lVlurrah earne right laaek with a 79 yard scoring drive, elimaxed lay Jeff Jeffreyis one-yard TD effort. At the hall lVlurrah trailed lay one point, laut determined not to lose lay this slight margin the ponies again drove 79 yards, to the one, where 'lloni Sehafer drove over for the winning TD. Central drove down the field onee Inore, laut a larieli wall defense, and espeeially the work of defensive halflaaeli Cary Hass, laloeked their only seoring threat. 'loin Selmfer exades the 'liigers in the Central gaine. if TLT. 'TWT-' , ' ' Q Ralph Broekman Tommy Cato Guard End Van Courson Jimmy Dees Fulllaaelx fluard Murrah - 20, Tupelo - 2 Fighting with the same hre that had earried them to a City Championship a week laefore. the Mustangs poured the Golden Waves down the drain of defeat like so many dirty soap suds. Scoring only an early safety, the waves were inundated lay the lVlustangs highest st-ore of the season. The safety eame on a high pass from renter into our end zone where pointer. Ililly laang- ley, was taekled. Quickly reeovering, Mustang taekle. Gay Lundy, covered a Vlfave funilale and Jeff Jeffreys earried for the TD. ln the seeond half Toni Sehafer seored alter a 41 yard run lay Rolaert l'ledernian had plat-ed the laall deep into Vlfave territory. The last seore eaine on a 25 yard pass-run play from Jeffreys to lvan llafley. These three 'llD's plus two eonversions lay l'lerndon Wilkins gave us our winning l8 point edge. Murrah - 0, Greenwood - 31 111116 P1111i11s 1i11-1'1111y w111'11 5101111111 il11Y1'H 111' 1111 1 p11w111'1'111 C1'111111w111111 1111111111gs. 1111111i1i1y 111 1'1'11ss 11111 111111111111111s 111111 111 111111111s11 111111 111111111 i11z111i1i1y 111 1111111'11i11g 11111 1'1'11s11i11g 1111111111g 1l1'1'1'll51'. 1-11111 111111111 111 111111111 ll Q11-11 1111111111 1111' 11111 1'1111i11s. Murrah - 6, Columbus - 7 1,11si11g il 11111111-111111111111 QLIVII1' is 2l1V1'ilyS ll 11111111 11111 111 sw111111w. 11111 111s111g 111' 111111 11111111 Is 1'Yl'Il 1 ,Y 2 G W'0l'51'. 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The Wildcats crossed the goal line first. hut the Ponies eome right liar-k with ai I7 yard TD by Jeff Jeffreys after ai sustained 58 yard drive Late in the fifth period the Wihlvuls seored TD numlrer two, taking ai lrig lead. and again the lVlustangs replied with Ll determined drive V ,,.l ' hut a lumlmle killed the seoring: tlrreal, -1 Ta 'ing .idvintzige ol our lllltxllllllil. the Wild- mdts ac ded 7 points to their seore and the gzinie ni Wes provrcssing hardly. However. ai 9-ll yaml hy Solm ohnston. saved us from fur ther Murralz - 19, Vicksburg - 13 Yllllllllglll numlm Wllll volml zuul lili'lIlQJQ il lvum Iltbl vusily lu-ulvn lmy vvvn tlu' llig 8 Cllumpions. ilu- lllustungs 1-oulplolml llll'll' lirsl foollmll wa- S011 'll lossvs xw-lv il orux win zulvulltzlgc' over ilu' l95T wi Ill mon- wins llum lossc-s. 'l'lu2 6 wins mul SULISUII. ll4'llllIll in lll'5l IIlllllllt'r ol' plan 2ll'li'I' ll 1l1'l4'1'- muuul alriw wllivll gow Yu'lxslun'g1 llu' lust TU. 1 llu Nllnwlalllgf rulluwl mul rlrow 50 yurmls lo ilu' ' - ' , .'.' loolx ilu- pigskin goal llllt Nlltlt lfll 'lllHXN I lol' our IIT. l,4ll1'l' Ll X u'lwlv1l1'g1 lumlxlv on UXV. llu'ir own I2 M-l up amollu-1' won- lvy Tommy Wilulluun lrom llu' l. . H, . ln ilu- mlm-fl 1l1m1'l4'1' Ll O.. yzml pass IIIIPITCP- Iion-lo1u'lulown lvy Yu-lxslulrg tu-ml llux gzmu- up I3-IIS. 'gr- 4219 Wulf 5 340 -. - ' ' lf' D' 'I L' .' - mlb Ns tlu' lmul S0t'UINlN we-rv rauwmi UWEIV znul Blny Ldngty 'WH .lpsu - ' ' glllJlI'll'l'lHll'li ILllIl llu' lux ws ol lH'l'illilII"L llu- tick urowinv' clinmuxr i . . F ,f P Gay Lundy Cone Mzuldox nl lDl'lllI2llll motion play lu lnlly lmxlglvy guvv fylwkh, 'l3,,.kg,. llul lulll to lvun llullvy. who svormul to put Mur- rull uluwul in ilu- linul svorv I9-lfi. N Cn-1-nwfuul plum-r I:u'lxl1'i,l4'll .lm-flrvys. 119 lvun Huflvy nth-lnpts il lvlf gum M '. 1, ,lim Nlfllivllill l:l'Illl'l' Tom Svhufvr Vlllllmzwk QQ si ,Q , QRS 1l v 11" M My j m wi if - ,,' ., ' . I P . . '. 'vi' i 5 ew ff- ,.f. V 4 .. . 'swf Wx. QM Nw' k --Vx x ii new-nk ,MV ..wA. ' Jimmy Russell U-nl 1-r Jerry Tanner Tarkh- Xn Hlllilvti Nlu-Lum plan: 1iI.lMrillK'1lll1'llll1IIl uf lmlll lm-aunx. john Taylor Tommy WPf'lllS Hzilflmvk fIalHlm.u'k Herndon Wfilkins Tommy wrillllllillll Flllllmvk OUQll'If'I'llLll'k "f-ifsim L If 5 1 I f p, Q R '95 9 gy E.--inn -. "B" Team Bill Andersonfend Marion Black-end Bob BOWIIIHIIH-l3L'kl6 Van Coursone-fullback Nolan Cullen-quarterback Jimmy Dees-guard Paul Fellers-fullback Hoot Holimanetackle Billy Huddleston-guard Henry ,Ionesecenter Raymond McClint0n-tackle John McCorn1ickftackle Mike McLain-tackle Bill Myers-end Boyd Nabors-A -guard Bill Pyle-tackle jimmy Ricksefullback Gary Robersonehalfback John Taylorfhalfback Andy Williberly-exid Tolnmy VVindl1an1-quarterback Tony Wvright-guard Bob Ziepprec-ht-Mend Like all organizations, a football team has two factions, the one, which receives all of the honors and publicity, and the other, which through its untiring efforts and persevering nature, does a great deal of the Work. In the first faction belongs the head coach and lettermen, about whom enough has already been said. In the other category falls the Assistant Coaches, the Managers, and the HB" Team. Assistant Coaches, Johnny lVlcDaniels and Ker- mit Davis, rendered a great service to the team this year. Coach g'lVlac', ran the lineman up and down the uhilln and Coach '4Rosey" trained a fine string of ends. Carrying equipment, Sllilllllg, shoes, and being the scape goats for numerous jokes, kept the Man- agers, Bill Harvey, John Todd, and Jim Caldwell, quite busy, but they held up splendidly and did their work Well. Perseverance and unquestioning loyalty, even when times were rough, were the key-notes of the 'aB,' Team this year. Front row: Jones, Wright, Nabors, McLain, Magee, Wimberly. 2nd row: Fellers, Anderson, McClinton, Pyle, Cullen, Myers. 3rd row Ricks, Taylor, Huddlcston, Roberson, McCormick, Holiman. 4th row: Ziepprecht, Courson, Dees, Black, Windham, Bowman. -- iw , '5.. 151 ...M .Q 1.o4u'I: .lolmny Nlclluriif-I Wx Basket ball The lVlustangs fought valiantly hut failed lo emerge a winning team on the harilwood this yea r. Compiling an over-all reeorrl of won-lost. the stu- tisties were not in favor of our team. However. success is not always measured hy the mimlwr ol' points sm-orerlg in spirit. determination. and effort. our hoys were victorious. The lVlustang team was honorecl hy the place- ment of one memlrer on the North Big 8 team. and four on the All City Team. Also. lVlll1'l'i1ll was host to a highly SIIVCPSF-l-lll lnvitational 'l'ourna- ment. zrsf rout jordan. ,lvffre-ys, Wills. Wsfefiiis. Mvliolierts, Lee, MrDaniela, Coaeli. S!'f'0lIfl f0l4'.' Fvhafer. Johnston. Heflerman. llarur 4 :i!o..lorslalr1. llrzmtlr-y. Nluntgoni Xl H9944 n . x I 313 ...v- ...-4 . I .,f 5 :JN X M il .SR R4 6' lVIurrah 67 51 54 59 33 56 29 57 68 40 28 49 53 70 64 45 67 58 41 59 59 olwrts and H1-dm-rman look on. Pearl Clinton Forest Hill Provine Central Philadelphia Forest Hill ViC7liSllllI'Ql Clinton Meridian Central Vicksburg Philadelphia Greenville Philadelphia Greenville Provine Greenville Central Pearl Forest 4l 42 58 67 35 63 70 58 69 33 44 53 64 55 93 54 62 44 5l 27 70 154 na Q, .5Kx3HHAgff' K GG 99 B Team l'irxt rmv: Cmwlvy Sllllrlmh-fi:-Ill. Hill Hurwy, Wuynv Jordan, Tillllllly Willijilillll. Sworzrl rum: Owl-n Lalfku K1 1 f 'u Sulnplv, xwrllylll' Culwr. Rllyllllblld Roy, Curt Bursrms. Tl1irrlr014':.fM1dy Wimlwrly. Hula ,lnl1nH1m1, Tun In-r. Holm-rl lla-41:-rmaln. Nluriun lllawk, .launvs Upr'llul'r'h. Heclvrnmn und ,lnrmialn in Ll srrulnlrlv. le-rry Yu-rx ilu, .Mmw H ll 155 V K 3 l A at ff Coach Kermit Davis Last year lVlurrah's hustling ponies added another star to our school's long list of successes. Lead hy the lmlazing arm of southpaw, Guy Parker, the spirited team won victory after vie- tory. Starting the season hy swamping Vicks- lmurgh with a 10-0 score, the ponies galloped over all of their opponents except Florence, and ended the regular season hy overcoming Yazoo 8-3. Baseball SCHEDULE lVlurrah 10 Vicksburg 0 3 Florence 4 l l Central l l0 Provine 2 2 Canton l 2 Clinton l 3 Forest Hill l l Forest 0 l lVlort0n 0 8 Yazoo City 3 9 Central l 3 Biloxi 2 5 lVleridian 3 4 Meridian 3 5 Tupelo 0 9 Tupelo 0 In the District 6 title game the Mustangs whipped arch-rival Central High School 9-l. Traveling southward, Murrah gained the South Mississippi crown hy heating Biloxi 3-2 in the semi-finals and edging lVIeridian 5-3 and 4-3. for the hest two out of three in the finals. To end the season successfully the Ponies romped Tupelo 5-0 and 9-0 to win our first State Hase- ball Championship. First ww: Stringer. Thompson, Ainsworth, Keith. Windharll, Dodson. Keith. Denton. Silver. Svronrl row: liradsliaw. jones. Hart. Hass. Parker. Thames. Cato. Hederman. Riley. Coach Davis. -Msstilgw-f H . . ,mf sw',,?,,f i.-tiff?-is , ,',.--.-ff . ',,,-..n Q11 asv, '-Q1 .LW f Mr"'w' Nmgwf' , , 2 gf, ef or - JZ A A ,H QF? -.N Q ,aww - em ,. W, 2 X Y 4 ,Q fffffy 5, 3 ,31. ii? ! A X 1, Ainsworth Frank Nl0lllg0lllt'l'V Managers Mike Bradshaw and Henry Jones Arnold Hederman George Keith 4 fha SS 6 Track Coaches McDaniel and Merritt Our Mustangs burned up the cinder paths last year copping the highest laureis in both state and local competition. Led by state record holders Tom Schafer and Jeff Jeffreys, the Ponies experienced the most successful track season in Murrah's His- tory. Winning State Boys Championship, Big 8 Championship, City Championship sand lst place in Southern Relays, the boys set a record seldom equaled. Many returning lettermen and new re- cruits make hopes for this years season equally bright. Tom Schafer broke the exist- ing state record in discus throwing. 158 - . 'gpg 3 it at X f. 'V' 1 ' 3 a fad t, iii has . fi if " ' I' + ir 9 t Q if fx: " Ml! , . C MW K. - N, , Jeff Jeffreys combines coordination and power to set state and Big 8 120 yd. high hurdles champion- ship. Jeff Jeffreys AHS6 B3I'h0I' Don Brucg "' Billy Weems Dale Buchanan M, f f M X Q i Bob Johnston 'k.f' Q..,.f-Y' sn 14 1' in ,, ff? E Robert Hederman 'TP David Lipscomb 159 '-3 , - ll Dunn, Tommy Blue. Mayes B. Hunter Coach J g, 1 J 4 ll apn- up ,insult 1 The Murrah Mustangs copped the District six Tennis Championship by edging Provine, 14 to ll. Four of the five events qualified for the South Mississippi Tournament at Hattiesburg where Sylvia Bradley won the girls' singles and Sydney Smith and Steve Meisburg took second place in boys' doubles. Suzy Rau and Tommy Blue lost in the semi-finals to Laurel, while Cynthia Dunn and Rowena McClinton were edged by Meridian. ln the State Tournament Sylvia Bradley de- feated Carol Ann Vest in the finals, and Steve Meis- burg and Sydney Smith took second place in boys, doubles. 160 Tennis Returning lettermen in tennis are: First row: Sylvia Bradley, Suzy Rau. Second row: Sydney Smith, Billy Baker, Steve Meisburg, Billey Rabin. Nat pictured: Cynthia . ff-- gffsugwfs-W:,f..mWn QM? A 'llz sf f ivtfvffl' l it A v Sylvia Bradley, a member of the Jr. Whitman Cup team, gleams after winning the State ,lr Girls Singles and Doubles Championship. Sha is ranked 2nd in the South in W0men's Don bles and 6th in Jr. Girls' Singles. if al v gi? gm? Y 'Z' ra if Y Y -. as Q.. 'aka if 0. lik. I .S J 5. , f 'qs 1 in GUU' Dale Lane, jackie Miller, and James Dodds discuss golf with Coach Rugg. sw H Hi! UH! Hill 'llllll 41 The Mustang golf team, beating Provine and Central four times each during the season, easily took the City Championship by defeating the Rams. Coming in second in the Big-8 Tourna- ment, the Murrah team lost to Hattiesburg by only two strokes. They finished third out of a field of nine in two tournaments, one in Laurel .gm Coach iii?--fi and the other in Hattiesburg. Dale Lane, Allen Lackey, Boby lVlurphree, Ronny Dailey, Lewis Wells, James Dodds, Don Miller and Raymond Roy are the golf enthu- siasts at Murrah this year, along with Alice Candy, Courtney McFadden, and Jackie lVliller. Charles R. Rugg K Ailililllglll Nlllluili has ll high svhuluslii 1'v1'o1'd, and puts vinplmsis on sluclivs, il also Vflllltxii pvrsoiial mlwviopiiivlll higlllx The- iiCilllll't' sc-vtion givvs sllulm-nts 1 1-Imam-v to lu- ivmgllixml for svluml spiral and Ol1lSlElIldil1,EL ulvilitic-s. All of tlu StllIit'IllS wvrv l'ilUS0ll lay ilu-il' l'1xI4IN'1'iiVl vlassvs luv St'l'I'lxl lmllol. with lliv 1-xvvp J tion of most i111ivll1'1'tllz1l. wliivli was aim lC'l'Illil10d on thi- lrusis of vzivli slumlvnll svholzlslic' 1'vm'or4l lill'0llgil0lli his ilig SVIIUOI 4'2ll'l'6l' .ind thi- Hull oi Farm whivh was vlioeeoii Ivy till! fum-lilly frmn ai list of ll0IIlilll't'S c-mnpilm-il lay Si.lllilxlltN , , . . . llw iltlillllltxs uw in no spvvlul olwlm' cx 1-ept the most livauitifill who wah vlmsc-li from l1ll'il1l'f'S oi lillx ilu' lwalliilvs In Miss Mary .Min Volnlvy. Miss Arm-1'i4'.l of I959. Mr. Murrah High Jef' Jeffreys 2 is -:SH fm s A Q s f , ' 4,-. 9 h.- , . A - 'ljr j as - , I. ,iff .hmm R s 15 ffwpw 5 Miss M urrah' High Judith Thompson Most Handsome Bob M cLean, If ,K xpofp nv' O33 OVW ,-x, . , X Q X X . 2 fx if as 4 - r N 0 Q A Q AA Most Beautyiul Patricia Turk Kay Anderson Caroline Toler 3, Benz BS Margaret M urphree A WW- - , ,, 1, . -..f1,,.,.., 6 Q y , , '-LLL ' iw mf . V L r px, W f, 4, Judy McCu ee Bentley Layton Maralyn Childress Most Versatile Most Intellectual Mike Bradshaw . y X Swfijjgim X ll+5'?l'm!.a eu-fb' L, I UN? fe W M ' JWW we lx KW X J we Wo? aka, 04, 64424 0, 0 . dQ'?L4?1?2W4- U5 AGM dyfllff- Cb 44,2446 fmee, wwf LZYUZLQ Alice Candy F riendliest Charlie Gear 'Uh ,,W.w"? A, , mf, K 2, Most Athletic Tom Schafer '7 I f jf. yn- A 'L ,L LII, e- 1 , Y 4, ta: ff' gc: aa ffff-Y f" X' " J , lb K A .. f K , 'fe if a1 1?,Z,,.g'Lg:f4,1jz 17 L'-GK447 ,, . Q . A N af' ff? 1.4 'j4Q0fccf . Q-Jw! 1-6 54- . .iff Ziff lg J' ' Y af! B 'V :4't'f7 ' fic! I -' ' t V 'L A? M Sally Hicks i 4:5 C ,, wwf! Bobby Arnold Campus Peggy Ray Ruth Elliot Grey Jackson Arnold Hederman Bryce Moore avorites W' Will Brantley ffl gm 1211 W fy 0 'M WWW Meriam Wilson l l M 'S' Ralph Brockman A 'U lf I J 6 C .5 3 Q' f J ,iff , Q R'- Brenda Parker Bill Lane ' K' Q. Sally Hand Miss Junior Class Carolyn Newman Mr. Junior Class David Lipscomb Mr. Sophomore Class Jimmy Barlcsdale s , Miss Sophomore Class June Hines 15 o Ex 'Xi' is 'N J 'I vb on o off 's ,x W I . I F I' L l v ,fx -'xx J' ,s 554 ii of 1 K .QV , 'M i o 1. V Hall of Fame The members of the Hall of Fame are elected annually Ivy the faculty from nominations by the Student Council. The Hoofbeat and the Major Frederick Sullens Chapter of Quill and Scroll proudly present the l959 Hall of Fame: Jeff Jeffreys Barbara Crowell Howard Thames F Bill Lane Bryce Moore Judith Thompson Bentley Layton Sylvia Dame . u rfmw' ,lm , M X 1. g . f , K I ff, M, " ' Zi in axiy my 3 A V fir.-9 22- 6322, I - gg"f"'5:" 4,041-a'7l : F?Febz-uazy 26 1-959 Dear 521.316, l , Jud l' 92'-126' the 5 Lv 41151515126 task, bali-?2,goLig uuvery um Ifeel honor-ed that 5921 akke in this selection. " N I thought fh doubt as a foyable one X , Q' me fo 19 ' A at each pic each girl ' had to be Choir: Q1-Z1 czbfite :fu-e 1 is outsfaq ' made and e for "Mo Harb h Qvely in sizuggigbuf enclosed st Beaut' best WIS facility Q' no Q de .YOU Ula Il hes of M -S31 2 flllas Sllsie Res Qisiofz WUI find my to you, the studelrfa and lu-rib Iifglz School, l1CG1'S1,V,f Rau QIIJET Mum-ab 15912 Jackson SC-bool , Mississippi W . it if x . 5 9 l 1. Murrah High School, We are faithful, Proud in vict9ry's song. 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