Murrah High School - Resume Yearbook (Jackson, MS)

 - Class of 1960

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W, b 6, 'Q -Q-f an x ' MURRAH 1960 Contents Introduction . ..... .4 Dedication . ...... 10 Highlights of the Year . ........ 12 Administration .... 28 Features. . ...... .44 Activities . ..... . .62 Qrganizations .... 74 Athletics . ........ 96 Classes ........... 116 Advertisements. . 182 P7 Because you've made "The play's the thing, A statement here well known, And proved to us what faith can bring This Resume's your own. We'll borrow from famed pens the songs Of shows that we've loved giving, To make it plain how you have blessed Our memories and living. "Getting to Know you" makes one gracious And laughter's no rare thing. Your heart is ever spacious For the problems that we bring. "It is a Puzzlementn of fact How one so calm of mind Could operate and keep on track With cast and crew unkind. "You can Tell, When there's Love . . .' Iso they sayj By the comments made about one,' This is trueg We thank you for guidance At Murrah day by day-for "The Best Thing For. . .H Us Has Been Youf' THANK YOU ......... for being the teacher who has made every day "A Lovely Day," and for being a friend who has taken a genuine interest in students and faculty. for teaching in addition to the art of speech-making, that the world is a stage on which everyone is a character and that "there's a little bit of good in the worst of us and a little bit of bad in the best of us." for being a willing Worker who shows appreciated faith in students by spending the majority of your time working with us in dramatics, youth congress and debating. "Name1y You," Miss Patton, have been responsible for the success of Murrah's dramatic productions, and AS A TOKEN OF OUR APPRECIATION OF YOUR MANY CONTRI- BUTIONS TO US AND TO MURRAH, WE DEDICATE THE 1960 RESUME TO YOU, MISS EMMY LOU PATTON - - - I0 N9 'im 8 1' adv .IL il 5: an-,iff lfmm I'CgiSll'2lliOl1 to gl'2NllI2lli0Il Coma' thc many lICliYiliCS that make up the school your. fluhllllgll Illilllf' of thc uclivilics arc Slllllllll' lmm ycnr lo ycur. each one IJVIIIQS about llllitllll'CXl7Cl'iCl1CL'S sucl1:1slhc snow. the zulclilion IOIIIC lJlliltliI1g.2lIlC!VSIllllL'lll purkmg lot. and thc IHHIICIICC ol new inc llllf' IIICIIIIJCTS zmcl fellow sluclcms. ..,,dw 'ity ru C '! A ' L r Q 1. . P Q 1 i ' " ' '1 v 15144 Q r ' li H A 7-1 ' , x'f52"': o jf, HIGHLIGHT UF THE T EAR Soon the books were issued and the new schoolyear had begun. Stacks of books awaited us when we arrived at school in September. Mr. Hunter Adm ssucs Suzy Moss some 1.111111 books. On our arrival we A found a new student parking lot which has helped to solve the parking problem. We attended the pep rallies and displayea' our enthu siezsm by yelling long and loud. 4 w 1 Our coaches inspired us with pep talks which raised our spirit still higher. W I w 15' I uses for an out nf town glllne. We took part in para des We followed the team by bus loads The Murrah Misses march down Capitol Street. We went to the games and we cheered W ' vw VQVFW wvvwwwf.-1 V 'V :O A We .::,. fvffgba w"'?ih WW?fssft":fwf4'4 1 e t W ' ' W ov oo' a v..QQ.Ql ?q'9v V009 'OQSNIM 'O ' 'RX . S"-5 'QQ -s."a'vi49 '.fo'vM 2 sw. 'i':.".fefo::o .0 mfg ' 'Tw 'Q',Q.'Qf'QQ sg 'm?.8f'e-..0!oL?!9!4 Crowds cheer nl n football game. Leading our cheers were a capable and la le n If ed group-our cheer- leaders. KIhcwlczuclcrs-I"irsl rmv: Ilzirbarn Hill. Wnmlzi Wilkinson-hczul cliccrlczulcr. A l Il Ellicl Goldstein. Sewnri rozv: june Hines. jnmly Davis, Nlllllllkl l.nRuc. Penny 5, Our boys played well daring the season and, wir: or lose, we supported them. Billy Moorc :nukes il gain against Greenwood. -eel p ye .Y-, Changes began to take place in the building it- sebfas construction was begun on the new class- rooms. :glam U- I Soon we had settled into the routine qfa busy school lw. We laughed with oldfriends and made new ones. llznrrx llvuil. Judy llcmphill. john lmlml, lvlllll RUHNNCLIII, :md .Xuuic Rulll l'ull:n'4l gzllllcl' zu supply Sl0I'C. We studied hard and kept Murrah's academic standards high. l I Susan Hcrlr, Robert Crowell. Zlllfl lilimhclll XVL-lly, wurk on lmulcwork tlllllllpf llu-ir study pcriml. s1'lllIIillilli5lNI QMIIIIIICX Nlmlhuhlumx. buil Xhlml, hill! Hxlllvx, --fxlli-hxlzxlixlx: liullglaus HK'SlL'l'. Xlnry lu. Xliw Smit.: '35 gg ' , - mg' I W M- gf ' KL wh' ' wx fa a v Q- aaaaaa a M aa W is Sm llli'hll1lliNlNI l.:u'rx KiLll'lil1.xl1ll'N lfillllllllll. Bill l'yll',i1h:l1'lL's S1-lui-Iinallistxi Rixmw Xllwml. Al'UlHll1X Smith. Bill Ilgnxx uuunlm, mul Rcnal Xswl, xlllllllll llnmillun, hlnyu' Sgnllcr. zllul Dcll l'lvming. Stuafying paza' fw"as Murrah had thirfy-ona National Merz't Semi- z'nalz'5Zs. :ml Rnlnwl xlllllIHl'll. Xilflilll is ks., A a .-1'1Wff4kX . , - s 'F 5 ,. '51 ali.. SK'llli-HIIIIHSINI lhmlw Mlxil. Doug Primo. Wgulv Nlyclw. Klum' NUI- Srnui-filuzlliwlxi Xlauilxn Xldmwalll. lmnmx lllxuku,511x1ll1 llaulx lxlIlN1lIl,Llllll llimnmy silllllllllh. 19 'john 'l mlml. Amd Iluwxml l'ullQ. mel l'll '- ' 1 I4 fcncml Motors semi llnwliwts' Charles Slocumh Mar Fitzhu h, . 1 . - . . . . , y g 'liommy Blake, Alice Scott, Tunltny Smith. We studied hard for tests . . . Miss Carter gives .klitrc Scott in tiuctions for a scholastic aptitude test. ' , ::'- ,4ii5E':iZt1" XF fi S! il? 1.11 ' ,E Many other scholarshzfs were won by our out- standing students. and suffered through them. f .,,w1XX 1 of f-, ,-lf' 1 , A if f 3111 llo1111'fo111i11g Court flefl lo Tigllfl-SOlJlN7IIl0l'l' 111:1i1l M:11'll1z1 l.z1R111' 11111l l'Sl'Hl'I Rolmcrl ,lol111so11. S1-1111114 11111i1l ,l:111i11' Ciihs IIIIIX 1 '.', " ' Cll ' 1 lj' .' 1 '.' ' 1 ' 'Z .. ' lllll' 1 1 L ". ' Z Z CSU Illll lNlUll lm V llllllllx fllltkll llcl 1 ll1xk111s lllll KSAOII 5111111111 'XILII111111 S11 111111l Xlllf xlllll R1 111 1111l RUlK'I'l Millur. ylllllllbl' 11111i1l lrissic Sloan :1111l escort l'1'c111iss CZl1:11'Ics. The ceremonies at halftime added gla mow I0 the evenh Homeeoming was emivenedhigy our lovebz court and a moekxfbotball game. I.o1'cly queen Hclcnc ll1lSlilllS I1-anus llclml with 1-sco1'1 .li1111111 Nl1'llwa1i11, 111'- CUlllp1ll1lCll by lilllc Susan Sloan 11111l 'lcmplc lS111'1'1, while co-111111111115 llulr .l0lIIl5l0Il :mul Robert llCilCl'lIlilIl look on. ... N , ,,.gwff'- J 7..,, 'wh'-W Q av v .L.',f.i 1 1 IM . i .JV ,ar mf' , I I I ' gl, . , .-41. w lxwuma-wa 'ln K4 3 I v Ifrf fu :QS-4 Y '- f 5 , A A W V r I '. v ,Y 1 I - , 1. r.', -'24, """"',ef 3 m . QV W .GY Y . e 'X f' ff' Eff' 'sf J wg. ',,.. S QA 415 "z' . jubz'lazfz'0n T. Cornpone saves the day for Dogpateh as Mu1'rah pre- sents Lf! Abner to se!!-out house. . With standing room at a premium, Murrah's production of I.i'l Abner, January 28, 29 and 30th, was a tremendous success! Xfvltll a cast of approximately 200, plus hunclrerls on the pro- cluclion crew, many hours of hard Work were rewarded by praise from many critics and view- ers. Q' jurly Davis as Daisy Mae and jimmy Huilgins as I.i'I Abner visualize the 9 results of the Sadie Hawkins Day Rafe. Martha Hamilton .as Mammy Yokum luends l'appy's flxill Steinwimlerj pants. 'llnu Kllevelaml as General llllllIIIOUSl' and Charles Ifaulk as Senator lfo 'hound look on 'is stu nliul I i'l Xhnu is cl iimul hx X 1 xasionala l-2 I '--l"'A ' ,Vll Qlkrlly ,Xchll-unsonj. on V ,Wm lg Q., nav ' 1 Oops! Ilcrc's mow in your cyc. S0 did our ,brz'ncz',baZ. :mil 'lfissic Sloan pu! ll -v I Jr- lul- .,,, x lm' lvznlw hugh In ln'm'u'l1l il leur- l l1lN K' IX ll l' Ol U HIS UH Af. llllllkllllillll I mmxllu-pl' The Nlurrah Singers were a'etz'ghtea' with Atlarztie City -ana' zfzife- versa. 5Illl'I'1lll slmlcnls cnlm nn Alfltl' the gum- ll'llll'l'. We dancea' throughout the 'yea r. Basketball haa' its turn. Nlllllllll Singvrs boys' Qllllll'll'lQ blillllllf llllilglllS, I 1 Hills, 'lkvm Cl I I l ll ll xyfllllbllll. +4 DQ The whirl fy' senior parties left as breath- :ss less, but happy. lhnline Sullixan pours lll lil Pal Crow. lloslesses I,ibbv Smnnniers. Martha Yarbrough, Ilouan Nlrkinlvy. and janet llroirn greet Risers .Xlfred ani l lkllllllll lfranlliam, rfb Helen Cabell. Sally Shell. Kiarolin Newman. and lliznmc Yigi en senior lea. All in all our activities this year were many ana' varied. Here is a partial surrimagf qfthem. September l- Oftober lfl. October 28 . 1 Noveinlwr 20 November 24 lJCK'CIIllJCl' 5 llcceniber l8 Ianuary' fl lanuary 30 3-21. . . . . Classes begin . . Resume skit . . SASC Convention in Corpus Christi, Texas l'lUIllCl'0llIlllg' 'Thanksgiving Holidays . . . Youth Congress . . . fillI'l55llll2lS Holidays begin . . Clhristinas Holidays end . . 'I'..X.P. peanut sales I February 25, ixlllffll 5 . March Ill . March 134-20 March 211, 25 April l5 . . April 22 . May 27 . . June 9 . . 26 Hurrah Singers Concert Latin Conference Nlurrah-Go-Round Hurrah Singers in Atlantic City fXI.li..X. Convention Spring Holidays -Iunior-Senior Prom Class Day Graduation 26 Tom Cleveland addresses graduates and guests. The seniors re- ceived their di- plomas. . . I Graduation was upon us before we knew it. ?The senior class president de- livered his address. r Mr. Cleland issues diplomas to Rivers Alfred, Dell Fleming and Tom Cleveland. Happy seniors congratulate one another on receiving diploma 27 congratulated one another and an outstanding year at Murrah was ojjqcialbf ended. mmm "Anal gladly Leach" might be the molto of all ol' Murrah's forty laeully meuibers. All thoroughly Lraiiied iii Lheir chosen field, eighleen have auaiiied Lhe masters degree anld all hold the bachel0r's degree. Much ol' the teacheris work and elf0rL is of an intangible nature, bum Murrah's slu- dems are continuously praised for their high slandard of preparation by colleges Llll'OllgllOllI the nation. L M YL MW ff F555 ,'F'7?':"F?-7 :A U E 5 5? S 2 ,,, 5' " k , .1 '25-i J ,ff7'Wz , 'NY 1 fa Y W 5 Nwfv 3- 3? S Al M V AQ " -21 . 1 Educazfzon ,ex ' Dr. Kirby P, XVZIHLCI' ' - H Supcrinlcmlcnt Dr. Hurry S. Kirshmam I". XV. Mckwcn ,x9SiSl1llll SlllJCI'illlCIlKlL'Ill .Xssislunl Supcrinlcmlcnl Board t 1 I x R. li. Layton Dr. -Ioscph D. H2ll'kl'l cum' ui f1lll'l'il'llllllll Dircmtm' ni II-sling :md Spuiall limluunliun xlL'lllIK'l'9 ul' thc l5o:lrzlf.S1'nlr'fl: l.2!lll2ll' Noble: Lcslcr Xlvis, SCLTCILIIWL I,. li. Xllrccl, Yiu' l'rcwich'nI. .N'Inmlinlg: C.. H, king: W. M. lhlic, Prcsiclcnt. M V. Howard Cleland Princzjyal In five short years Murrah has gained outstanding successs and prestige. This has been made possible to a large degree by the energetic and forceful leadership of our principal, Mr. Howard J. Cleland. Mr. Cleland has worked long and hard for the welfare of the school, and in doing so has endeared himself to all Murrah students. A group of seniors discuss a coming event with Nh' C Inland Charles R. Shows Helen Pauline Carter James NV. Young B.S., M.A. BA., M.A., M.Ed. B.S., ALA. Counselor Counselor Counselor livery student at Murrah relies on the Guidance Department. The problems which each member of the student body faces, such as selection of courses and extra-curricular activities, are solved ' ,-v-wer' ,.fe1- .4--'4"l"Y!"' i -E' Guidance in an interview with his counselor. A wealth of information on colleges is made available to thc student. Adequate psychological testing is also supplied by the Guidance Department. Sophomore Carol Burnstein discusses her future at Murrah with Miss Carter. 32 The hub of Murrah's activities is the ofhce. Keeping a complete record of every Murrah student's grades, absences, dismissals, and tardies is only one of the tasks performed. All finances are also controlled by the ollice. Mrs. Mvcrs tallts about ticket sales with Kenny Gallagher. Robbie Nell Hartley B.A .E. I.ibrat'ian T , Office - nm, Mrs. Audrey Sims Assistant to Principal 1, few S+ ' Mrs. Grace Myers Attendance Secretary Libmgf The use of the library is imperative to a well-rounded education. Murrah prides itself on its up-to-date library which contains 4,200 volumes. t 1 z l i Miss Hartley aids students in checking out books. Blanche Musselwhite, ILA., M.E. linglish Rosemary Thompson, B.,-1. linglish Mrs. Avis Russell, BA., ALA. English Irene Breland, B.S., MA., M.Ed. linglish Meda Bonne Crawford, A.Ii., MA. 1-Znglish W Barbara Mcflurdy, BA. English, World History English Department Great emphasis is placed on English at Murrah. ln his three years ol' English the Murrah student becomes well grounded in grammar and well versed in literature. Sophomores are concerned with the literature ol' the world: juniors with American lit- erature, and seniors go through a thorough year of English literature. An ample opportunity is given to put grammar to work by writing original compositions. Examples of these may he lound in the school literary magazine. English students learn how to diagram sentences. Willie Spann, B.A., M.A. Solid Geometry, Trigonolnetry, Algebra R. W. McCarley, BA. Algebra Gillie W. Dodd, B.A. - Plane Geometry 1. if L Marguerite C. Caldwell, B Plane Geometry James A. Springer, B.S Drivers' Education, Algebra Clois Cheatham, B.S. Plane Geometry, Mechanical Drawing Mathematz'cs Department Mathematics is an absolute necessity in the indus- and solid geometry, two years of algebra, and trigo- trial and technological age we live in. To graduate nometry. To supplement his math instruction, a from Murrah, three years of mathematics are re- student may attend the advanced class held each quired. Five courses are offered, including plane morning before school. Q WW Miss Spann looks on with approval as Douglas Hester explains a solid geometry theorem. Isabel Johnston, B.A. Latin I, II, III Marie-Rose Tizon, BA., B.S. French I, II Mrs. Dorothy Gillaspy, B.A. Latin I Nora Lyons, BA. Spanish I, II Language Department The study of foreign languages is assuming increased importance in an age of world travel and emphasis on international relations. The Foreign Language program at Murrah is ade- quate to meet this challenge. Two years of Spanish and French are available, and three- years of Latin are offered. Although no lan- guage is required for graduation, more than half our students study one or more of these languages. Mrs. Gillaspfs LZIIIII Students had the Christmas spirit 36 9, Kathryn Harris, 11.5. Physics I.. Delton Lyon, 13.5. Biology VV. NVayne NValley, B.S. Biology Mrs. Mary McAllister, B.S., M.S. Biology. Plane Geometry -lohnny McDaniel, B.S. Chemistry V Wi 4. A I' ii ly lv- all Science Department 'l'he worm turns-that is. inside out. as sophomores Patty Palnler and Sara Edwards dissect an earthworm in biology. In recent years the inadequacy ol' science courses throughout the United States has been pointed out. However, a well-trained staff, suf- ficient lab space, and the overall interest in science prove Murrah's proficiency. Biology, physics, and chemistry are taught at Murrah, and for particularly interested students there is an advanced class belore school every morning. Thus a background in the funda- mental sciences is provided. 37 ' 1 Hazel Ruff, BA., M.A. World History Charles Rugg, B.S. American History, Government, Economics Thomas R. Hunt, B.A. World History James E. Merritt, B.A., M.Ed. American History, Physical Education l l l Social Studies Department The Social Studies courses at Murrah seek to give along with economics, Because the first two of these the student an understanding of man and his life in courses are required, the student becomes thor- every age. In this field three courses are offered: oughly familiar with the pageant ol' man, and with world history, American history, and government, this knowledge will become a more useful citizen. junior Lucy Gerhart points out the Missouri Territory to her classmates in American history while Mr. Rugg observes. 38 Murrah's Fine Arts program al'- lords the opportunity to create by drawing, painting, and sculpture. Making posters to publicize all school activities, painting scenery for Murrah's stage productions, and making displays for the library and cafeteria are a lew ol' the activities in which art students engage. UB Betty Barnett works with mixed media in creating a Christmas card. Malcolm M. Norwood, BA., M.Ed. rt Art Emmy Lou Patton, A.B., M.A. Speech james M. Ewing, -Ir., B.A. Speech, English 'V .Speech 'l'om Cleveland explains interpretive reading record to class. -O Effective communication, good voice production, and dynamic public speaking are the three aims of Murrah's Speech program. Speech clubs, in which parlia- mentary procedure is practiced, and the annual Youth Congress are features of special interest to s-peech students. Helene Haskins and Donna Kerby polish H00l"BEA'l' copy. ln journalism the student learns the basic types of stories, the im- portance of accuracy, and the ethics of journalism. The school news- paper is a challenge which the advanced students meet admirably, and their many awards bear this out. The Home Economics depart- ment of Murrah not only teaches girls to be better homemakers, but also prepares them for a wide vari- ety of possible vocations. During the year units on groom- ing, textiles, color, and costume design, fashions, clothing and con- struction, sewing, family relation- ships, food and nutrition, and cooking are studied. oumalism M. B. Hunter, B.A., M.A. lournalism, American History Mrs. Maida Starling, B.S. Homemaking Home Economics Homemaking students display projects made at Christmas. ln the field ol' Music Murrah has always distinguished itself. This is partly because of the department and also because of ceaseless striv- ing toward perfection. In addition to the regular classes, our large vocal group, the Mur- rah Singers, represents the school in an excellent manner. This year the Singers enter a new era under the direction of Mr. William Herring. Mr. Herring directs the sophomore ensemble. Choral Musz'c William Herring, B.S. Choral Music Yjfpiflg Mrs. Dorothy West, B.S. Typing 5,1 2 SY Z' 5 li e Q Typing students prepare for a Gve minute drill. 4'l The ability to type with speed and accuracy gives the student a valuable tool for future study or employment. Along with typing skill, students in this department learn correct forms for letters and other business techniques, and acquire habits of neatness and efficiency. Band students practice on their flutes. The Mustang Band is a group of accomplished musicians who through field maneuvers, parades, and concerts have been a source of pride for Murrah. One ol' Mur- rah's most effective public relations agents, they are always ready when called upon. Band Q Three years of mechanical draw- ing are offered at Murrah. The First two years are concerned mainly with the transferring of intricate machines to exact written plans. The third course deals with archi- tectural drawing and designing of original structures. Roger F. Dollarhide, B.M. Instrumental Music Denson E. Deavers, B.S., M.Ed. Mechanical Drawing M echanical Drawing Difficult plates require much concentration. 42 Mrs. Nessie C. Bennett, B.S. Physical liducation Murrah girls keep their figures in trim by exercising. Physica! Ea'ucatz'0n 'Today's teenagers, often accused of not getting enough exercise,,are certainly not denied this by Murrah's Physical Education program. A nine- month seasonal program is maintained for both boys and girls, and enjoyed by all. Such sports as volleyball, basketball, soccer, and softball are taught, as well as individual sports for the boys, such as handball. There are intramural tourni ments in the major sports which create competition among the classes. An added feature is the nation-wide physxcil fitness test, in which many Murrah students dis tinguish themselves. Robert Hederman hopefully awaits a rebound. Kermit Davis, B.S., M.S Physical liducation 'sm , Qi' V M 5. J: , f -X: xx- 1 ,sf QX Q Qxfj, I . fi IH I U-vac ,rx fy, V V ,,w-"Lf, ff Q 4 , i ' yi . 5 QXQLJQ' ,fgzvf .1 Y's,'rf1'-lfg. ing " .gjfgigffigi 11' L 'L 'fjwsimzgd imfiiwgiili , Lgggvgmfi "mf J , , ff, E ff ,A SN i 9 f 51,25 wp, x X Z' FEA TURES ,ff Mi. - vi l Q.: 4,1 - K R gli. 'I .f-f"""' ffl QX.fs'Zy. rv, :W kk .aw-fgi N, , 3,9- Wi? I M ff 2 1-,M ,X aww. x "PSB A1255 M urmh H zlgh Carolyn Newman f f -A.b if Wg - f b b- ,, , x ffm: 2 if, N ' . ,. V J 1 uf :"",w-1. QWWSMWSFWWT .Most Beczuzfyful Wanda Wz'lkz'ns0n M elanie Wells ean Coker Campz ieauties Chrz'stz'ne Wright MQW Ann Ryan M ost Versa tile Rivers A Wea' Tom Cleveland Most Intellectual Tommy Blake Dell Fleming Alabel May F rim cz' I fest Lee Bates Most Athletic Robert Hederman Sylvia Bfadlqy Iillwl fi01!1.S'fl'il1 Susan Barry Rolwrf Ixlllllfllfli llimnzy 1xIl'1I'll'IliH I ommy Cafo QQ Campz IIIIIX' HlII'l'it' I.a1'f'.Y Afl'1,IlIll'fIl 7av0rz'tes john Foster Inrlgstrffft Minor CD' , P mf Douglas Hvslfr' Martha Hrzmzlton M iss junior Class Ginger Bel! Mr. junior Class Steve Fowler 6 Mr. Sophomore Class Ifergf Davis Mz'ss Sophomore Class Dorothy Boswell u I Hal! qfFame David Lipscomb Tom Cleveland Robert Munford Dell Fleming Rivers Alfred Alabel May Sylvia Bradley Martha Hamilton The Hall of Fame is composed of eight out- standing senior students elected annually by the faculty from nominations by the Student Coun- cil. Each student in the Hall of Fame has made major contributions to school life. 60 for fad . gin 8 Aflurrahj S Ou r thanks to A 1 C app bed ugz 6 S c P-X, C Ps? Y BBOQBTS 5, 'X-960 Wxsa 'DAX ffxemioq, Wnxeags Goxxego '.,,, Secvseoo, Xhesksswm , Vest' Stn Yxemxogz 'Loaf bouquet oi 'oeauwkea MA ook. artwo at Q1 af-0630 v 'y unwxx todai. 1. 'nope 'Gown 'riots toaobos 'goo so woe 'oo novo -your 'oooh 0-L ,QP mx -your ooowoswaowa are 1's1'La'n1fsg,v5 veaowiux as sro, koboed, QXX 10995356809 in 'one State of V-Lsstaeigpt. ppiooo oi 'Q-'oem iooxb 'ons 'oeoo so gbdevvoaabxe o'oo'Loo 'lor Queen. YM dooyoo 'Ls Wxss Manda Nxxvaoaoo- in-gk. , YN K 2 KZ Folia N3 Geyg osx:-ras Qu sod! A1 L1'EaPP . A , Cr nn his llggllfitor of th stOn gcomi lo. n 3 Jeq 4 ft L The 3:15 bell does not signify the end of a school day for many Murrah students, for there are several curricular activities that demand their attention, The Student Council is Murrah's governmental body and offers students a chance to have a say in their activities. The Murrah Singers and the Mus- tang Band spend long hours in practice for the pub- lic. Appearing with the band are the Murrah Misses, a precision drill team, and the color guard who add much snap and sparkle to the shows. Murrah's journalistic publications, the Resume, Hoofbeat, and Pleiades, are composed of student staffs. -if-if L I 1 1 I 2 E4 1 S 3 2 C I 1 l , i ' A C TI VI TIES Y Robert Munford jimmy Mcllwain Alabel May President Vice-President Secretary Dick Thompson Martha Hamilton Miss Pauline Carter Treasurer Reporter Sponsor Student Council Members Student Council The governing body ol' Mur- rah High School is the Student Council. lt is made up oli all the presidents ol the various home, rooms, the presidents ol each class, a president elected by all the students and a sponsor. The student council encourages par- ticipation in all phases ol' school lille, develops leadership, and helps to bring on enthusiasm toward community projects. Committees are formed to han- dle all social activities ol' the school from members ol' the council. Much responsibility is upon the shoulders ol' this or- ganization, and the way they assume this responsibility is worthy of great praise. I-'mul rnzw: Goldstein, Carter, XVcatherly, Coker, Trewolla, May, Hamilton, McGowan, Cox, Bell. Bark row: Witt, Minor. llisclioll, tilt-xelaml, Bates, Mcllwain, Thompson, Beach. Reeves, Hederman, Anderson, Fowler, Hudgins. NYiIson, Foster, llarksdale. Mun- lord. Nu! 1'icI111r'r1'.' Kay Steele, Prentiss Charles, john Todd, Larry Lee, Kerry Davis, Wayne Parker, Barry Pettit, tilillord lhompson, Butch Lightsey. A X it , 64 William M urrah Singers The Murrah Singers are one of Murrah's most active student organizations. The singers perform at many civic functions and are well known through- out the state and nation for their hne quality. This organization permits the students who are especially talented in voice to utilize their talent under excel- lent supervision. The singers practice every day dur- ing the fourth period, but not infrequently they are found practicing after the regular school day is William LI. Herring ended. Members of the choir usually constitute the Conductor bulk of the choruses and main parts in Murrah's musicals, and part of the great success in these shows must be contributed to them. This year the choir was invited to the annual conference of the Ameri- can Choral Directors Association at Atlantic City, New jersey, March l6, 1960, being the only mixed choir in the United States to receive such an invi- tation. Murrah is proud of its choir and of the hard work, time, and excellent results that are produced by its members. Mary Morgan Accompanist l"ir.vl row: Davis, NN'are, Stone. litlmontls, Wells, Dellfoss, Cabell, Hines, Maynor, Clark, XN'elcl1, lfulgham, Wilkinson, Harris Mcilraw, Dll'Cl'l0l'-lvlllllllll Herring, Pianist-lllary Morgan. Serum! rout: Todd, Stefan. Norton, Crow, Brown, Lipscomb Long, Cleveland, Newsome, Thompson. Henley, lN'ymond, Cox, Mounger, Cox, Taylor. Thirrz' row: Webb. llrown, Jennings llailey. Parker. l.iles. Price. Whitley, Wills, Raley, Vernon, Dodd, Harmon, Wilkinson. Pickett, Clark. Fourth row: Boggs Grantham, Yarborough, Gainey, Spell, Myers. Stallings, Hudgins, Dear, Charles, jordon, Montgomery, Price, Russell, Turner llell-Not pirturwl 1n'r.' Ken Sample, Larry Lee, john lllcflormick, Van Courson. Wil I Q1-l llsllyi I 'f u 2 ljll.l Illll ' ..- -Ill I,l.ll llill 'F' ll'l Il. 'j' 'N 'B br lfiml rote: Cobb. Tullos, Parker. Dollarhide-Director, Putnam, Johnson, Husbands, Mckrthur. Ifairley, Wilkinson Xhtis Rodgers, Camp, Wooten Meriell, Beard, Ward, I.efoldt. Serrmrl rozu: Sly, Tribble, Parsons. Van Landingliani. Tlrirfl mu X cn lleelnan, K-ortlon, Moyer, DOI.IARHlllli-CI.Xl"l'.XlN, Robinson, XVells, Hartley, Little, Brooks, Bishop, Goodwill. lfmn 1 ron Graham. Sllllfll, Sansing, Drake, Greenwell, Witt. lfulcher, Page, Carr, Cheatham. Quarles, Norton, Whittsett, Taylor, S g Hfll: row: Nelson, Wright, Putnam, Rowton, Harlan, McMillan, Dame. Brown. Gooch, Tinder, Battley. Rhymes, Tai 1 Roger Dollarhide Director Bunny Cobb Drum Major Mustang Band The Mustang Band is well known for the numerous awards that it has received. The band offers the students a chance to cultivate an enjoyable hobby and perhaps a pleasing vocation. The band meets for over an hour every school day, but this is just the start. Hours of additional practice are needed to bring the band up to the quality for which it is known. The band performs at lootball games, parades, concerts, and the Mississippi Band Con- test held each spring in jackson. There is hardly a time in the year when the band is not participating in some worthwhile project. Individual practice is emphasized so that the fine quality of the band will always remain. The many opportunities that present themselves to band mem- bers during the year and the lasting friendships that are formed there combine to create NIurrah's superior band. 66 '1-S'- -- gal I 'll 'll I rmv: lINRMON-lieutenznit, .XI.FRlil?--rnptaiiit, H.XMll.'l'ON- lllCll2lIIl, Swfirirl row: Xkin, N1-lls, NIt'l.ziurin, Green. Tliirrl row: May, Qowatn, llatll. Nlt'l,zuu'in. lfourlli with' llztrdin, Turner, Brown, john- soi l"i!lh rozv: Mais. Russell, Richinond. Sixllz roiii: Ilolinizin, Clark, Zltllliill, Shell. Color Guam' lXlurr:th's Color Guard hats more than proven its worth in :adding at note of distinction to the pre-gzune :ind luill'-tinie shows :tt our loothztll gznnes. The boys who :ire selected ure in lor inuch hatrd work and lll'2llilll'C, hut the results ol this ptxtrtice complete- ly justify the effort that the boys put into it M urmh M isses The Murratlt Misses, the Nlustztng 15:tnd's precision drill teznn, have dau- lled tnztny :in eye on the football licld and in parades. The Misses :ire in their third yexn' ol' serving our school under the direction ol' Alxunes Ewing. These sprightly steppers hztve received inuch credit lor tnnking our school hzilltiine perlorinainces pleasing to :tll crowds. Ifirxl row: Sinith, lludgins, Magee, Bezitli, Swmml mtv: Cowan Dell Fleming liditor Rejsumej The Rffswmf is the student's year on paper. For all students it becomes a treasured momento of their high school years. The Rf:.Y1lII1!: is com- piled and published by a group of staff' members headed by the editor. lXlCIlllDCl'S of' the staff are chosen by last year's staff with the benefit ol' faculty advice. The staff kicks off sales with a skit written by the staff which is presented in assembly. Long hours of work are needed if the seemingly impossible deadlines are to be met, but the staff is always equal to the task. Mary Parker Harmon Carolyn Newman Alabel May Malcolm Norwood Assistant Editor Co-Business Manager Co-Business Manager Sponsor Sz'nlr1l.' Newman, May. Fleming. Harmon. Slnnfling: Rousseau, Gooch. Norwood, Smith. 243, -as 'Lx 1 Vw, 1. .n ' 'K ff: '.l.,..3 V4-1?' 7,1 if .. Se-alerl: Lightscy, Gear, Hall. Slurzding: Naylor, Raclclille. Scott, Crowell, Mcfiharen, McCoy, Ladner. Noi pirtureri: Spann, DcMoss, Halley, Alfrccl. Murrah's Rliilllllli is a member of the Missis- tional School Yearbook Association from which the Rcisunzcf received an rating last year. . . X H5930 64 K7 + . . , . . . V sippi Scholastic Press Association and the Na- fi if J fi' A is' if xv ii: 'V 'V' Smlwl: Roberson, Ivy, Whitfield. Slanding: Lucas, Boswell, Munforcl, WN'ilkinson, Cato, Lipscomb. Not pirlured: Hemlerman, Hill Martha Hamilton Anna Cox Co-Editor Co-liditor :Ig 1 Helene Haskins Mays B. Hunter Business Manager Sponsor 00 eat Reading the Hoofbent, lNIurrah's school news- paper published every three weeks, is something to which all students look forward. The Hoofbeal is the record ol the school's current events, and is the result ol' much hard work by the advanced journalism class. The I-Ioofbcfat has won, along with other national awards, a Hrst place in the nation lor the cover on its safety edition. livery year the Ilnoflzenl captures numerous awards at the Mis- sissipi State Press Conference held at Ole Miss. Once a year the juniors on the stall' take over the editing job to prepare them for taking over lull time'when they are seniors. The Hoofhenl con- sists ol important events not only at Murrah, but also statewide, recognitions of awards received, jokes, and other articles that when added up, produce a newspaper of outstanding quality. McDonnell, Privette, McCoy, Hunter, Cox, Sadler, Kerby, Fleming, Smith. Q , f "-""5i'-t"i3ifhW ig? 32 . w . - r , 16? 55, wggttgj Li . ,gg ff-2, 1 FvTfj?2Q2"LffzN-' ,.., , wp- 7 15 fi '1 gy "JW Egg, :, ,,5,fL' 5 jf - f - PM 1. v ,1 - ...f .xgwgxvwiigg wg. . 1 my 1' 'X R eis I 1212- , if-ljfifsi lez'aa'es Rivers Alfred Susan Berman Bill Batson Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager The PL1iIAD1iS is INIurrah's literary publica- tion. The compositions published in the maga- zine are contributed by students from Murrah and Bailey. These compositions are ideas ex- pressed by the students themselves and are judged by an outstanding literary figure. In previous years Miss Eudora Welty, a well known Mississippi writer, has selected the ones that are best for publication, and will do so again this year. Students eagerly await to find out which articles received the honors. Blanche Musselwhite Sponsor i .w . 0 Smruling: Blake, Batson, Hudgins. Miss Musslewhite, Rousseau, VVindham, Simmons. Smled: Hall. Sadler, Berman, Alfred. Bradlcv Mclfadden. lfitzhugh. Not pirlurvri: Helen Cabell. l 72 Safety Council olhcers' Flcmin ' 1 . ., - g-vice president, Miller-treasurer, Hunt-sponsor, and Halley-president formulate plans for safety council activities. Noi 1lif'flll'l'd.'sllll1C Hines-secretar' 'l' ' ' ' ' -' ' ' Sa et Council if The Safety Council is a group of students who are Council, cooperating with the HOOFBEAT, spon interested in making Murrah students aware of the sors an annual safety week and emphasizes the im i - . . ' .. ' .. ' mpoitance ol safety. One lJClb0l1 irom each home- portance of safety all the time. room is selected to serve on the Council. The l"ir.vl row: Davis, Myers, Yarborough, Hopkins. Walters, Palmer Boswell. McNeill. Sffmnrl rozv: Naylor, Cihson, Pickett, Bundy, Weatherall. Third rozu: Carteledge, Carr, Pyle, Dennis, lNIclXlurray, Lackey, Stapleton. ' 73 sQK ps Qf '9i.y. . . tv-W 'put A wiclc range of clubs are open to Mur- rzih stuclcnts. 'l'hc thcatrc guild coinposccl of twclvc thffcrcnt groups conibinc their clforts in such productions as LI'I, A15- NICR. Other groups such as thc UM" Club. inatlc up of varsity sport lcttcrincn: Hi-Y and Y-'I'ccns, youth Christian organizat- tionsg thc tic-Hy club, thc photography club. thc incdicocttcs, thc scicncc club, thc tennis club, thc tlcbatc club and thc audio- visual club arc thc group offcrccl to thc Murrah stuclcnt. Q... -v Hg'-iff'-v'-1-'-rvvg V va:-NA . Q 1 .-1-u-v- A t K 0 5 I -,I ' -: L,-N,-M f' '- .Ai ' ' ,,,,ffv-f' :El I ' " ----L",-"'...,"" :Tk X -1-l -. '4" .. - F gi: -----f- , 5-55 ,i - jf I ,,,4-- - ....... N' X - 1 ed,- . , E2 ,,,..4.-:- - fm, I , ..- EP 1+ .A I P 4 Q . ? T , --:i ..-' I --7 .:..--A... .- .. fm v ':....,:i-- - OR GA NIZA TION Q . , .gniiiymy P, If gl In lava...- li In ational Honor Sociegf The National Honor Society was organi- iletl this yczn' undct' thc cli1'cc'tion ol Nlr. Clhztrlcs Shows. It is coinposcd ol' students who have attained at minimum oi' an li uverztgc. NVith ll nicmhcrship oi' 150 stu- dents in its first ycgny thc Society is :antici- pating an active and 1Jl'Odlll'liVC iilllllllf. ,Q --'f ! Uflict-rs: I'l'L'SiCit'lll-lyilik 'l hompson, Svci'ctz1i'y-NInr- that llnmlton, vitL'-lJl'l'iilil'lll-IDCII lflcming, 'l'rczts- ' X, A lIl'CI'ixYf1llI Ronsscziu. Sponsor-Mr. Shows. f ,gf its 4 L - nn ,wg 'i wi X X lhc National Honor Society is thc largest scholastic orgnnizaltion in thc school. lts mcmhcrs :nc shown licrc thnin meeting in the lllliiilllfil T' N-.NM Quill :ind Scroll speaker. Goxcruor l'. fl0lK'IlI1lll, rect-ixcs il prvscnlzilion lnzidc by slutlcul body prcsitlcnl Rolmcrl Nlunlord :uul Quill :ind Scroll prcsiclcnt Hclcnc llnslaius. ui!! and Scroll The Major l'1l'CLlCl'lL'li -I. Sullins Chapter ol the Quill :uid Scroll is Il lllillllfll ol' the National Hon- orziry tlournzilistir Society. Composed ol' students who are outstanding in thc lield ol' journulisin, the organization has adopted at spcriul progrzun to in- lorin students ol "X'Vl1z1t Mississippi offers you." As at major phase olf the progrznn distinguished Missis- sippiuns have spoken to the student body on this subject. Governor Cloleinzin, in his :address rcinind- ed the students, "As ll loyal Mississippian 1 :un just as interested in what you have to offer :is what the state offers you." lfirsl rozr: llk'lll'l'lll1lll-!'l'l7Ul'lt'l', llzunilion-reporter, llziskins-president, Brzullci-xic'c-prvsitlcnl. .Xll'l'l'ilfSl'K'l4K'lHIT, Roller- son. .Yr-ronrl row: lhlrltstlzilc, Nlrl.1uu'in, BCHIIZIII, Newman, flilmson, .xI'll, Cox. Smith, 'l'llirrI rozw: Nlcilicr, l'llt'lIllllE'. Nldjov, lxll'l.lllll'lll, l'rixcllc. Mrllonnld. Lynn. Many. Kcrhy. lfourllz row: Halley, lizuson. l'L'llll, Nui piz'Iur1'rI: Nlunlord. Mu Alpha Theta, national mathematics society, is a new addition to Murrah this year. All juniors and seniors with a B+ average in math and a B average in all other subjects are eligible for membership. Mu ALblza hrs! you Hells Xkin Miller Kessler ones Yerond row Whitheld Brooks Ariz 1 Charter members Hamilton Fouke Lockhart 'Iodd Simmons Fitzhugh, Berman. Second ron Sklar Llghtsey Ihompson Lipscomb B1rry Haflcy Noel Munford. Third row: Crantham Hall K rantham Fleming Mel-adden Wilkinson Caldwell. Fourth row: Pyle, Fust mu Kirby Hopkins Ltddle McGowan, Virden, Ivy. Srronrl raw: iulLllLl Morgan McKinley Cerharl May Newman. 'I'I1ird ronn' Busby, Roy, Hicks Cuyton Miller Mitchell Fourth row: Gooch, Murphrcc, Lipscomb, Lukcy IA1 v', Scenic design members paint the statue of jubilation T. Corn- POIIC. r-qN X The Thespians are a select part of the stu- dent body who are earnestly interested in promoting superior drama at Murrah. In order to join the Thespians, students must accumulate 'one hundred hours of work in the production of plays or in allied activities. The troupe of over 500 members gives the student not only a sense of dramatic appreciation and working experience, but also enables him to contribute to the cultural program of the community. Thespian sponsor, Miss Emmy Lou Patton, through long hours of work, lias contributed greatly to the high standard of theatrical productions at Murrah. Thespian Troupe 541 Looking over an edition of Dramatics magazine are Thespian officers: President-Linda Lightsey, Treasurer-jimmy Hudgins, Vice-President-Alabel May. Not pictured-Secre tary-Ethel Goldstein. Theatre Guild 4 4 l 4 Officers: Secretary-Pat Crow, Vice-president-Randy Lumb, President-Pollie Spann. The Theatre Guild is the organization through which Murrah's well-known dramatic productions are presented. It is composed of eight divisions, each of which specializes in a different area of dramatic interest. Each group is responsible for its respective contribution to the presentation of the play. Officers of the Theatre Guild designate in detail the work required of each group and later must co- ordinate the various activities, resulting in our production. The Theatre Guild is the largest club or- ganization in Murrah, claiming over 75 per cent of the student body. In the past two years interest in dramatics has grown so that there is now more than one club for every division. Members of the Theatre Guild are hard at work on the set cor struction of our major production, "Li'l Abner." 'first row: Starling, Newsome, Price, Lay, Caldwell, Stine. Clay. Second row: Carroll, YVells, Breland, Murphree, ituhhlicld, Rousseau, Montgomery, Smith. Third row: jones, Foster, Palmer, Ricks, Mounger, Edmonds, Scates, llraham. Lzlghting This group is a very important link in the chain of operations necessary in staging a major production, home-room play, or an as- sembly program. These boys overcome the obstacle of a dark stage effectively with light of all shapes, sorts, and colors. They are also responsible for all the mechanical and elec- trical equipment used on and around the stage. Proper lighting can set the mood of a play and contribute greatly in the all-over effectiveness of a dramatic production. Scribe-Tomtny Smith and Stuart I.rlcs-Chair- man adjust a stage light as jimmy Lucas learns how. ' Acting and Dzrectzhg The acting and directing clubs are some of the largest divisions of the Theatre Guild. Attention is given in these groups to analysis and interpretation of character, motivation of action, and effective use of the voice. The most important activities performed by these organizations are the reading and considering of plays. When a play has been selected, they nlust do the cutting and revising necessary. livery act- ing and directing group presents a one act play each year. Intl mu Barbour. Posey.Cilcveland, l"len1ing,Van Landingbam l'uk I 1 1 om ma os Xlhul Hu 1 1 llubctle. lwcedx. Liddle, Neely, Lightsev, lidwards. Tlmrl mu N Plncttc Bcud lxllllilllll SIL Whitley, l,a'mbdin, Xfardlaw. Crow Webb ohnson Pltton 4 1' 1, E 0 :Z Q IG I 5,4 1 Q'v 1319 'Y Oflicersz filllllflllillll Nancy llush Scribe: Maggie Grantham Sponsor: Miss Johnston First rmr: liaison. Semnd row: Schultz, Gibson, Wright. Bush. Garth, Grantham. 'l'hird rmv: Graham. Gilberlson, Newcomb, Perkins, Cordon, Fano, Fuurtli rozr: Stocldard, l,ylHlJCl'lS. Merrell. limlmomls. Downing. Boyer, Costas. No! pirturrd: Barnes, Beck, Cox, liverett, Hewitt. jeilreys. Lipsconlb, Payne. Ryan, Ware, Hicks, Hubbard, 'l'incler, Weir, XN'hite. A ating and Dz'rectz'ng 'first rnzv: Howard, Carter. llra4llcy,Sl1ell. Fouke. McLean. Semnd row: Harper, XN'alker, Wills. Fortier. Ware. Third row: lihlrimlge, Stefan, Morton. Owen, Pearson, Walter, Pitts, Dellioss, lNIcGraw. Fnurllz 'mln' Weeks, lfikes, jellfoats, Clark, Ponder, Morris, Thonlpson, Holiman, Cowan, Thames. No! pir- ured: .-Xlexancler, limlmoncls, Heidleberg. jenkins. ltlontgontery, NN'ells. K .lt Z Ofllcers: Chairman: Sylvia Bradley Scribe: Sally Shell Sponsor: Mr. Ewing Publzbzfy "The play must go on" has connota- tions ol' a begrcived or sick actor gritting his teeth and braving out his 112111 on the stage. Though not so dramatic and seldom acclaimed the publicity club also assures the play's success. The lnenibers ol this organization are directly respon- sible lor an audience at lNlurrah's pro- ductions. jackson citilens have become enthusiastic supporters ol' lXIurrah's plays, largely through the well-organized pub- licity program. Stickers and posters are distributed, radio and television an- nouncements made, preview presentas tions given. These groups must also type all information for productions. 'Q W- l Ms- Mrs. Vest, Publicity Club sponsor shows Lynda Fowler St ibm u l I G0lllSIClll-Killkllflllllll how lo prepare a press release llrxl I'lJ1I'.' Satterlield, Brooks. Cooper, Cox, Goldstein, Fowler, Norton. Scconrl rozu: Michael. Davis, Ramsey. l iliner, Burnstcin, tic-ln'kc. l,rl'l'llClIC. Third row: Coker, Tucker, Stribling. Fdwards. Not jlirlurrdf Barrett, unpbcll, lfarrington. Kinard. Lewis, Neyland, Noel, Sloan, Sowell, Thames, XVcbb, XN'illiams, Yarborough. .4""l. gg y fs f E Q SS fs 5 Q. F Q :L a 5 'S -'- f'f. 1. ' .Z ' M ff 44 ? "im ., E 5 . sling 5 Q1 my fzffs ,Li W- im L Q?" is 2 ax L f x xytgf L -1 ' :Q 1 1. 1 f -wi. 4 4 AM X- .M F 1 TL F L59 V' in ,aah fy fl?- W, 54 5 Ga 33 S 15 'X gg I 3 flucrs: lr Inman: Wanda Wilkinson c: Susan Barry rousor: Mrs. Starling Officers: Scribe: Susan Barry l up-Fir.rl row: Wilkinson, Barry, .XlCX1lll4.lCl', Sullivan, Akin, Todd, Ross, lklonlgomery. Second zz Slcjen, May. Mclfadden, Newman, Mieher, .-Xrnold. Roberts, lilheridge. Third row: Hutchins. Lydie, uns, Turner, Maxwell, lSlcliachern. Boswell. Make- lb and Costumes Make-up is one ol' the most essential departments ol' any Theater Guild. The many character studies, the demonstrations, and the proper practices of application ol' make-up contribute toward making each ol' lXlurrah's production the success it is. The costuming ol' a play, if effective, can create a mood that no other one element can. For this reason our costume department must study each character before making and supervising the cloth- ing suitable for a particular production. Costunlingefirst rozv: Glenn. Cotten, Fincher, Coker, Warner. Serrmd rozu: lfulghaln, l'urris, Hulchm son, Ward, l.ox'c. jeler, Asprooth. Third row: Mrs. Starling, Gear. Pierce, Wilkinson, Lemberis, li c Maylield. I-'ourlh row: Freeman, Bailey, Davis, Grimm, XN'eatherly. .XSS- S Chairman: XVanda XVilkinson Sponsor: Mrs. Starling Oliicersz Chairman: Randy Lumb Scribe: Heber Ladner Sponsor: Mr. Springer First row: Ladner, Monsour, Moore, McMurtray, Chandler, Todd, Holcombe. Second row: Tanner, Holiman, Wright, Mashburn, Lasker, Montgomery, Rogillio, Parker. Greer, Springer. Third row: Bailey, Fulcher, Lumb, Boman, Crowell, Bowman, Lester, Mitchell, Sistrunk, Cotting. Not pictured: Holcombe, Magee. Stagecraj? Murrah's reputation for its elaborate stage set- Theater Guild productions. Their work continues tings may be contributed to the activities of this into opening night, for during performances they club. Its boys, who are interested in set construc- move scenery to give variety to the stage, as well tion, are responsible for building the sets used in as change the mood of the play. First row: Nichols, Steinwinder. Wills, Regan, Williams. Second row: Tribble, Beech, Jordan, Blount, McCleve. Third row: Lightsey, Minor, Blake, Patterson, Cooper, Daly. Fourth row: Mustin, Basby, Holmes, Adsit, Thames, Price. l 1 Oilicers: Chairman: john Regan Scribe: Jim Wills Sponsor: Mr. Deavers Ollicersz Chairman: Polly Creen Scribe: l.ee Bates Sponsor: Malcohn Norwood 'l'he Scenic Design Club is an organiza- on ol those students interested in design- tg sets lor a play. The members ol this lub work in conjunction with the'Stage Iralts Club, whose members actually build Denton, NN'are. he scenery alter it has been designed. The cenic Design Club then paints and deco- EIICS the scenery alter it is built and is re- ponsible for painting all back drops and urtains. rx! rrmn' Brown, Stone, .Xsl Prolberties thy, Mayo. Miller, Redus, Mcl,endon. Seconrl rote: fan. Rudy, Ariz, Lawrence, Williams, Yirtlen, McDonnell. 'I'hir11 row: Shannon, ISISU, Mcliay, Lipscomb, Hertz, laylor. Rawson, lessier. lfourlh rote: Hood, unter, Mrs, Russell. Dunaway. No! jziclured: .Xdsit. Barksdale, Charles, Clark aris, llines, Keller, Mayo, l'ippen, Scott, Stallings, Wilson. Q. 9.4.4 Firxl row: Pickens, Gregory, Scott, Raclclille, Mills, Sadler. Green, Bates. Second rozv: Mcflharen. Ray, Clark, Cerhart, Robertson. Dickson. Ferguson, Stuart, Rich montl, Hand. Burton, Naylor. Thirfl row: Hall. Berman, Barclin, Mentlell, l-Zlio Barnett, Hobgood, Hawkins, Bortorll, Ivy, Withers, Raley, Hester. No! picltnwrl Scenic Deszlgn Properties may be divided into two clas- sihcations, Stage props are those bigger articles that a character may not transport with him. Hand properties are rather small personal items usually peculiar to a par- ticular characterilation. The properties club is responsible for securing correct props of both types for each production. my it 7.1 s"! Q21 Q. 'CQ I V S" .J - 1 . 1 " ' is f'-dr Officers: Chairman: Amanda Brown Scribe: janie Stone Sponsor: Mrs. Russell s First row: Hudgins, Miller, McKeown, McGee, Parker, O'Mara, Radcliffe, Gainey Faulk, Shirley. Second row: Haley, Davis, Venus, Holcomb, Parmon. Taylori Gober, Bone, Christian. Third row: Barber, Love, Morris, Owen, Kendall, john- son, Sneed, Laflin, McClinton. Not pictured: Blevins, Bruner, Cooper, Ely Henley, johnson, McCool, Myers, Wadsworth. Research Membership in the "M" club is open to boys who have lettered in athletics. Not only does this club offer an inspiration to those interested in sports, but it also de- velops a high code of ethics in sportsman- ship. lt offers a better understanding of e me Officers: Chairman: jimmy Hudgins Scribe: Sandee Miller Sponsor: Miss Ruff 'lhe research club gives valuable assist- ance ,in costuming and technical problems for all Murrah's productions. It also in- vestigates miscellaneous problems arising from time to time. M Club First row: johnston, Cato, Maddox, Hailey, Harvey, Stringer. Second rou Dollarhide, Windham, Moore, Grant, Sansing, Courson. Third rout: Bischofl Lipscomb, McLain, Taylor, Fowler, jones, Zieprecht. Fourth row: jordon Hederman, Mcllwain, McCormick, Barber, Godwin. cooperation. 3 Ofhccrsz Pres.: Bob johnston Vice-Pres.: Robert Hederman P' Sec.: David Lipscomb Sgt. at Arms: Tommy Cato . Sponsor: Mr. Merritt M ff' 5 .e ,mfg ft.. . Xk.k'k :QSM . . ,.eg,,,,,,i k,k,. ii., .SW Officers: Pres.: Martha Helen Tillman Vice-Pres.: Gabe Beard Sponsor: Miss lireland The Y Teen Club members strive to maintain three goals: to grow in friendship irst rout: Lopez. l'c-rrr, Slmfortl, Taylor, Mcbowall, Stewart, Still, Fontoizie. 'cond rmr: l'ace, 'I'allon, Ritter, Perry, Pierce. XYelty. York, Ludlow. Third rozu: USSCII, Lowery, Morgan, Shook, Snnmers. Dennis, Hntto. Seitz. lfourfh rout: angston. Powers. Kelly. Thomas, l.attis. Buyse. 'l'illman. Mayo. No! piclurr'd.' card, Miss Bri-land. I If Teens lli-Y is a club sponsored for and by the 'oung lNlen's Christian Association. lt is overned by boys ol' high school age. lt is rganiled to extend throughout the hotne, he school, and the coimnnnity the high tandards ol' Christian character. This year he lli-Y lllub sponsored a Christmas proj' ct for the Columbia Training School. It ilans to send at delegate to the Blue Ridge li-Y Congress in july. Olliccrsz Pres.: Dick lhompson Isl Vice-Pres.: Marion Black Lind Vice-l'res.: Robert Miller Sec.: Kent Dear Sargent at .Xrmsz jerry Vernon Chaplain: Larry l.ee Sponsor: Mr. Lyons with others, to grow as a person, Lo grow in the knowledge and love ol' Cod. During the year their services are given to many worthwhile community projects, and con- ferences are held in order to gain a working knowledge ol' how to learn and share with others. W5 H 2'- Firxt rout: McNaren. Miller. Dorsey, Patton, Abbot, Deaton. Sammi rnzw: Robert- son, McDaniel, lhotnpson, Mcliee. Myers. Speisberger. Tlzird rnuu' Marbury, Butts, Mcllonald, Bagwell, Garcia, Williams. Ifuurlh row: 0den.'Brann, lherell, Lasker, Burnham, lhtntly. lfifllz rout: Wallace, Dear, Y2N'll0l'0llgll, Ragland, Miller, Lowery. Sixllt rozv: Lee, Vernon, Spell, Agee, Black, Mr. Lyons. Tu' II KW: IIT avg- il I i'l I HF"'f5'Z Uflicers: Pres.: Cary Roberson Vice-Pres.: jimmy Barksdale Sec.: David Cuyton Rep.: Raymond Roy Sponsor: Mr. Walley Z 1 Q 4 The purpose ol' the Science Club is to encourage students to develop a question- ing spirit with which they may guide their thoughts towards high goals ol' achieve- ment. It allows a person whose interests encompass the held ol' science to express himself lreely in the presence of like-mind- ed individuals upon any topic ol' general concern. The Science Club lurther allows the member to profit from and absorb that wisdom which might be presented by his associates. M ea' ico-eds I-'int funn' Page, Brown, NIcNcece, Brooks, Small, jones. .Sw-orzrl rrnv: Corneil, Sulya, Newton. Cox, Daniels, Mcl,emore, Cray. No! piclurerl: Blenins, I,ossett, l'errs. Ns W av I First rare: Roberson, Barksdale. Cuyton, Roy. Duckworth. Srrmnl mm' Mciioo Smith, Fellers, Miller, Anderton, Fox, Furlow. Tlzirzl row: Mclieigney. .lordar liinhaus, Wells, Lewis, Upchurch, Satnple, Hunter. No! pic1urr'rl: Allen, Simmons Science The Medico-lids, formerly the Mask am Scalpel Club, is an organization to extent interest in and acquaint its membershil with fields ol' medicine. 'l'he club is opei to all hoys and girls interested in the lielc ol' medicine and helds pertaining' to medi cine. Projects lor the year include tours o the Medical Center and other hospitals it a and guest speakers. Ollicers: Pres.: jackie Brooks lst Vice-Pres.: I.ee jones 2nd Vice-Pres.: janet Brown Sec.: Carolyn NIcNeece Rep.: Maridel Small Sponsor: Mrs, Mc.Xllister FTW - Ullicersi Pres.: Brad Howard Vice-Pres.: 'l'omniv Thompson Sec.: Mike Holmes Rep.: Rea llederman Sponsor: Mr, Young The hoys included in this cluh learn to 'ontrol and care for the movie film pro- iectors. They may he called upon at any ,ime to operate one ol' these machines. The anowledge ol' this fact keeps-them alert and :repaired to serve whenever needed. hotogmlbhy l"ir.rI l'vle, Potts lfoshe ', Cru v ilrrl: Stainlon, Harding. Sfmiding: Cameron. Browne. Dunn, Bean, jones, llagher, Venus, llirdsong, Hanbury, Gray, Gill, Bailey. No! pirlurcfd: Bales, Zlll. row: Holmes. 'l'hompson. Hederman. Howard. Xrmml rmiu' Brown. lfinlu NVilkinson. jackson, Smithson. Plait, Mc.Xllister, Clements. Yates. 'I'l:irrl rm . Mayes, Bell, Ford, NHlllDlAS, Clements. Dinkins. lfourlli rozv: lvCSlll1lfLl L Millice. Clements. McMillan. Newcomb, Prolilel. Carlisle. No! jririliiwl , Herrin, Johnston, jordan. lNIc.Krthur. Kvler, Spaulding, Tull, Yerger. A udio- Visual A photographer is a man greatly in de- mand in any high school. He must be on hand to capture those unforgettable mo- ments ol' high spirit and excitement. He is greatly appreciated on the three puhlica- tion stalls, since pictures compose a large portion ol' any newspaper, hook, or maga- zine. Our school will never be at a loss for in... MQBERN? l""" YS! pictures from this club. Ofhcersz l'res.: Kenny Gallagher Vice-Pres.: Lane Cameron Sec.: Marshall Hanhurv Sponsor: Miss Crawford --L Fiml ruzr: Kinard. Cameron, jones, Knotts, Barnes, Richmond. Warn, Corcoran. .Svrunfl rmv: Magee, Kelly, Gross, Werkheiser, Tucker, Venturine, Rogers, Shep' pard. Third rmr: llarksdale, liakin, Biggs. Brumlnett, Davis, Mangum, Myers, Mr. Dans. Nu! pirlurrrl: 'l aylor, Haynes, Smith, Wilson, Mcliwen. The members ol' the tennis club are pro- Officers: Pres.: Kerry Davis Vice-Pres.: Bill Barnes Sec.: Bill Barksdalc Sponsor: Coach Davis The tie-fly club promotes interest in lish- ing of different types. Demonstrations of technique in casting as well as ily fishing are brought before the club by its own members. Tennis vitlcti with an Opportunity to learn the First row: Gooch, Kendall, Finger, McCall. Sr-ronrl rozv: Fly, Pyle, Mullen. Dari: U 1 1 Third rozv: XNilkerson, Ammann, Garner, Lheatham, Anderson. Nui pirlzzrm basic lundamentals ol the game and to be- Stout, Dunn. come exposed to the Correct handling of its equipment. ' i Oflirers: Pres.: Skipper Finger Vice-Pres.: Mackey Kendall Sec.: Sherwood Stout Rep.: james Gooch Sponsor: Mr. Hunter Debate Learning parliamentary profedure, writing and organizing legislative plat- lornls, and attending debates keeps nienibers ol' the debate club constantly aware ol' the leading topics ol' the day. This is a wonderliul chance for stu- dents to develop their talents in the Held ol speech. sl n xx o on t ill Hill, larpley. Quarles. Srwrirl row: Sklar, Moort Sliillll lsstll l'nku d tn no s i 1 Tllirrl row: Shelton. Powers, Pyle. Ordoriti Mussu mods Nh ms Il l t Slocum 1 Dt in Xu! f1ir'tl1n'1I: Constant, Crowder, Sparks. " J:- X? GJ .0 S- if NJ if U, 7 ,Lao I lg' 'IRQ . L,,. tv 955 """'-wu-4 so N'v64a- X3 t 'Ii ,vxi 99 Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Goll' anal 'l'ennis make up the list of sports that Murrah engages in. Murrah is in the North Division of the Big 8 Conference anal has enjoyecl a successful season in all six areas ol' athletic competition. Many harcl hours are put in by the boys who par- ticipate in these activities but the training they receive in sportsmanship, team work ancl physical fitness make the time and ellort rewarding. .if--.,: Q 7 ?' 3L ,gif 111111 ix T-JLg"i-r-i-' X I l X5 13-6- , ff? if: up Ju Q 3-1 A THLE TICS -...,........ t ' 'T,.'-'..'2.T. pg ii.: L ll."--we - 4 W . .-, .,- .....L-.........,--.....v-4 M urmh M ustangs .4.....,. -.!....... I' r A K 3 f , , . . lfirxl mir: Caldwell, R. Barksdzlle, Todd, Harvey fMgrs.j. Sqrmirl rozv: Spiesberger, Moore. Xxrllltllllllll. Nlrllool, CQ laxlor Dennis fuursoi lull fltllkilll Kit ' .4 . 1, , x ' iard, C-arner. lfellers, M. Lasker. Third roam' Coarlm Mrllaniel, Brummctt, Nabors, Wills, Roberson timber, llallcv. Cullen, O. I.askcr. Sloan. Magee. Browne. Ziepprefht, Coach Rugg, Coach Merritt. I-'ourlh row: Cioatli Davis Rua llederman, Agee, Pyle, ll, Barksdale, Davis, Mttsser, jackson, Westhafer, Denton. Simmons, Sparks, l.igl1tst-v. l't-arson, Balt:- Ifillh mu" Dorset W'rIl'u'c I 'l"rvlor C'l'meit l'r 1' " l L X' K K if V It 1 S' .glIlCl, johnson, Bell, llriglit, Turner, Sample, Bisrholl.'I.ipscomb. .Nixlh row: Maddox, Nltlaill. MCU ' - " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ,J X , nrnrtk, R. Hulum.1n, Bowman, B. B-IFRSOJIC,.IOIIIISIOILf.1llO, Blarfk, Fowler, jones, Minor. Mrllwain .lm Mt-it.w.x1N ClCN'l'l'lR Co-captain, First team .-Xll-City, Honor- able Mention All Big 8 in '58, He was biggest team booster. ROBERT HEIJERNI.-KN 4 ll.Xl.l"B.XC1K il Co-captain, Second team .-Xll-City, Big, mean, and determined. He kept the team's spirits high. 8 Q .. . v E' P BOB -IOHNSIOIN 1 END 8 and first Co-Captain, First team All Big' team All-City '58 and '59. He was voted best defensive lineman and was the back- bone ol' the team. COACH AIIM MliRRl'I"l' 98 Football Season qf1959 High hopes were the Mustangs' motto as the H159 season got under way. cl01!l'll lNl6l'I'ilt lllld his stall' were well pleased with the large squad, marked many 'seasoned veterans and prospective sophomores. As weeks of training passed, the team began to shape up into what was thought would be the strongest group of Mustangs ever produced. Murrah O Vicksburg 6 Our lirst game was tough against what proved to be one ol' the toughest teams in the Big 8. The first half was hard and rugged with Vicks- burg sroring a single touchdown. The second hall' ol' the game proved to be thrilling and breathtaking with the Ponies driving to the shadows ol' the Greenies' goal many times, but only to have the mighty Hill boys stop our every drive. The hnal score was Vicksburg-6, Murrah-0. Robert llederman is looking for the road lo xietorv lglllhl the mem I teenies . t H . T ' g' siei?"ilE.K VKX KIOVRSON lfullhack KIQRRY IDXYIS f,2Illll'It'lIl2ltlx .um l 1 1 f,UlIIf' nn, .IIIIVIYIII l.r'I A buf .Iudv Ilal ris J NOIAN KZl'IiI,liN Quarterback MIKIC IIISNNIS Ifllllllilfli Murrah 7 Yazoo CID? 13 Overconfidenee hurts any team, and our team cer- tainly proved the point well. The players had only the beautiful vision ol' the mighty Mustangs trampling tiny Indians. The eoarhes knew diH'erently and told the hoys, but not an inch did their overconlident minds wander. During the first quarter, the Ponies launched a brilliant seoring drive and the game seemed to be all Murrah, but unfortunately this touchdown made us feel the game was won and also made the Indians hghting mad, The rest of the game proved the COZICIICS right as Yaloo stored in the second and fourth quarter to win I3 to 7. Murrah 14 Clarksdale 14 Although lNIurrah had lost their hrst two games, they had Hghting spirit for this one and the taste ol' blood in their mouth The hrst half was nothing hy Murrah and it seemed as if the game was sewed up when the hall' ended Hurrah-lei, Clarksdale-0. llow- ever, in the second hall' a fired-up hunch ol' XVildt'ats snatched two touchdowns and victory from the Horses to bring the game to a deadlock. "just try to catch me," cries Nolan Cullen as he returns a punt against the Cllarksdale Milt t ! ' A "f -I-PQ f ' iq vi' xiii , 9, ,, fgtfupgwl Q L N - , 'Q-f-if-1. , ' 4 ,r ' cf. f ,Jr . ' 0 4 -' K ,M .. gi? 9 lit-llcy Ruin-rsmi, young Murrah Mustang. thinks ul' atlwnturc as thc Ponies light fil'l'l'IlXlllt'. XYXRRIQN ITURSICY Sl'l'1Yl'i l"0NYl.l'1R Uuartl Ciuartl IYXN ll.Xl"l,l'1Y OXYICN IUXSKIQR fx Uuartl tivntcr ag. 33 l'if'lmY. l'i1'Iory. I.vnurc1'v . . . . liarhara Hill juhn lailur easily outstcps Clin-iivillc IJlIl'5lll'l'5 as hc pirl-ts ,Aff Qfj. ifli-- iiillyxk up xarclagc in hllll'l'Llll-fil'L't'lNllll' ganna M 2 -L , s fr ' xjifs -1- .5 F vs ,Murrah 13 Greenville 14 Unrc' nmrc thc Nlustangs fought hard, only to hart' another victory snatchctl front their grasp in thc ltnal inmntnts ol tht last quarter. .'Xl'tcr making such a worthwhile cllort, it was tragic that thc Ponies shoultl losc, hut cvcn in tlclcat thcrc' was victory, lor thc ganic holstcrec l thc huys' waning spirits antl set thc stage lor their arch rival, Ccn ncxt ganic, which was to ht' against their hitter ti il if s- ff- 3 3 A 1 i 1 L fin! ,Hurrnlh 1-11,1-o,l,n.' XYanda Wilkinson ll l.ll'5C.UNlll lznd lxll Nlml,.XlN I-uand - '. uf, .shy -' Q.-iff if 1 "' -..-3,3 Af- Kerry Davis heads for Mnrrah's sidelines and is lllL'l---I Murrah 21 Cen1fm!0 NInrrah's potentially powerlnl Mustangs picked Central's Homecoming game to explode, and before the mist had cleared at Newell lfield, Coach -lim lN'lerritt's Mustangs had their hrst win of the season. Wlith the brisk Cool evening' adding to the vigor of the Mustangs, nothing' could have stopped them from beating' the Tigers lrom Central. A two yard scoring' plunge by fullback Mike Dennis in the second period put the Ponies ahead to stay. During the louth period. lnlllmafk Van Courson and quarterbafk Kerry Davis each scored a touchdown and illliiillllfk Robert Heder- man kieked the extra points. 'I02 End Bob Johnston sprints like a halfback to score. v V will UU. you. flfllXflllIgS Yau, ralz. rally, mh Judy Davis ' an Murrah 0 Greenwood 19 Murrah played better than ever against the Greenwood Bulldogs, but costly mistakes and unwavering faith took its toll once again to give us our. fifth defeat in as many years at the hands of Greenwood. The deciding play was during the fourth quarter when Mnrrah was deep in Greenwood's territory threatening, when a Bull- dog picked up a fumble and ran 80 yards to pay dirt. Although the score was 19-0 Greenwood, this was the first time Murrah kept the Constant Bulldogs from winning by 30 or more points. .Murrah 18 Tupelo 12 Traveling far north, the lXIustangs almost met with disaster at the hands of the Golden Waves. The First half was full of hard licks and tremendous team effort with both teams having sustained drives for a pair of touch- downs apiece. The tide of battle shifted in the second half when, after a blistering half- time speech by Coach Merritt, a revitalized Mustang team came back to defeat the Golden Waves with a score of l8 to I2. BILLY MOORE BILL PYLE Halfbafk Tackle GARY ROBERSON KEN S.XMl'I.l4 Halfback End 211-1 L-Q1 Murrah 54 Columbus 0 Despite the freezing weather, Murrah applied the heat to the Columbus Lee High Generals by scoring a pair of touchdowns in every quarter. X'Vith nine different individuals having a hand in the point-making, the Mustangs ran up their highest point total in history by completely overwhelming the Generals 54 to 0. Scoring every time we gained possession of the pigskin with one fumbling exception on a cold, cold evening, the Ponies did not have to punt during the entire 48 minutes of action. For the Generals, who reached a now low in futility, their lone thrust past midfield came in the closing minutes of the game on a desperate pass. Murrah 0 Merz'dan 0 Fired up almost to the blazing point, the Murrah Mustangs fought, clawed, and grappled nose to nose with Meridian, but couldn't light the fuse to blast the mighty Wfildcats from the undefeated ranks and had to settle for a nerve-racking 0-0 tie. This was without a doubt the Big 8's top defensive battle of the year, with the unbeaten Wildcats and -lim Nlerritt's upset smelling Mustangs struggling, and trying to knock each other out of the stadium with tlnmderous tackling. One of the g3l1lC,S most outstanding features was Murrah's pass defense, which allowed Meridian to complete only three passes out of twenty-five attempts. Nl :kc Dennis galloping away from the Columbus Generals to put the victorious Ponies in scoring position. .' JOHN 'l'l7RNl'l Center H'ho'.s Gul Go? ll'l1o'.v Go! Fighlf june Hines niil , A 1 SLI MMI JUG W1I.l.S Hl1lf.lJ2ll'k T0 M MY NVINDHA M Murrah 6 Provine 14 While turning a pair of fumble recoveries into touch- downs in the Hrst half, the Provine Rams ruined Mur- rah's Homecoming and second straight City Champion- ship by taming the hard fighting Ponies 14-6. Although the Mustangs led in first downs, 14-9, and net yards gained, 258-116, we couldn't seem to give it that last minute surge to pay dirt. This was Murrah's fifth Homecoming loss and the fifth loss of the season in Murrah's fifth year of existence. The Murrah Mustangs season's record goes on the record book as 3-5-2, but the many Murrah supporters will never forget this '59 season. The Ponies, winning only three games, outscored their opponents 133 points to 91 and the Murrah Mustangs can be prouid of every game they played. Every defeat could have been a victory. Quarterback sfatrtha Lat Rue Q , A '1 ONY WRIGH 1 Guzirtl fll for Murrnlt, Stand up and lmller! ,X 1 1 I :Q N tem 1 g ' H L, . 5 Li EW! 'WGN 1 1 , t its . " ,rams-.-1 e 5 Van Courson tries to run over three as he picks up a valuable first down. ' Yeah, Man Penny Farrington .4 aww is , , 35' As X W ..,. A 5 1 ii I-. K Y tst. .t You gnita go, Mustangs Basketball For the first time in three years, Murrah posted a winning hardwood five. Spirit, determination, and effort was displayed by all the boys who played. In the North Big "8" Tournament, Murrah missed the finals by one point. The Murrah Invitational Tournament was once again highly successful. The Mustang team placed one member on the North All Big "8" Team. They placed one on the first team and two on the second team of the "All City" Team. Fiml rozv: l'pchurch, Vernon, Stubbleheld, Lee, Kendall, Davis, YVills. Semrzd row: Coach Rugg. Dennis, Johnston, Barber, Biggs Cato, Bzlrksdalc, jordan, Coach McDaniel. 106 MURRAH OPPONENT Yazoo City Clinton Greenville Brandon Forest Hill Central Central Hattisburg Forest Hill Vicksburg Puckett Forest Hill Meridian Forest Hill Raymond Greenwood Vicksburg Meridian Pelahatchie Central Clinton Greenville Greenwood Provine Columbus Meridian Greenville Provine Yazoo City Florence Charles Rugg, an addition to the Mur- rah coaching staff, has helped head coach johnny McDaniel in many ways. 107 Murrah's All Big "8" Star, Larry Lee, in action ANSI-I BARBER Ccntcr WAYN E JORDAN Forward Second 'l'cznn All City Second Team All Cin CRAWLEY S'I'l7BBI.El"IEI.D Guard Honorable Mention All City i 'Wt LARRY LEE Guard First Tcaln All City First Team All Big "8" MIKE DENNIS Forward 108 BOB JOHNSTON TOMMY CATO l-'orward Center l!ll.I. B.-KRKSIDAIJQ F0l'W2l rd EDWIN HOLM ES M anagcr 'Nm I Wayne jordan sinks two for the Murrah Five COACH KERMIT "ROSliY" DAVIS Led by Frank Montgomery, once again Murrah romped to the City Championship and the District Six Championship. Winning ten straight before losing to Pascagola in a "sudden-death" game in the South Mississippi Tournament, Murrah finished Baseball MURRAH I2 12 4 10 3 4 12 I0 12 5 2 a successful season. OPPONENT Yazoo City Canton Brookhaven Provine Central Yazoo City Canton Brookhaven Provine Central Pascagola With a good nucleus coming back this diamond season, Murrah has hopes for another championship ICHIII. l959 Murrah Mustangs-First row: Coach Davis, WVindham, Stringer, Bass, Ainsworth, Gardner, Cooley Ser mid row: McNearon, Vernon, Lee, Yarbrough, Stine, jones. Third row: Sample, Keith, Cato, Heder man vrtlan. Montgomery, jordan. 'IIO l'OMMY WVINDHAM TOMMY CATO BOB STRINGER GORDON SANSING LARRY LEE RICILIIE GRANT WAYNE JORDAN CLAY COOLEY Last year Murrah speedsters excelled in their usual manner by winning: the Canton Relays, the Sorthern Relays, the District 8 Meet, the State Boy's Championship, the City Championship, and were runner-up in the Big "8" Championship Meet. Led by weight man Tom Schailer and hurdler jeff Jeffries, the Mustangs galloped to a very successful track season. Records were shattered in al- most every meet by the hard-running Mus- tangs. This year with ten returning lettermen and new recruits, another bright season is looked forward to. Track Coaches MERRIT AND McDANlEL Manager JOHN C. McLORMICK UU mfg, Bob Johnston finishes in the winning lap of the Mile-Relay in the Big "8" meet. Tennis MAYES B. HUNTER Coach SYLVI.-X BR.kDI.l-XY I-'ive year tennis lcttcrinzm After winning the city championship, the District Six Meet, and the South Mississippi title, Murrah's tennis Mustangs vaulted into the state championship chair by edging out Provine and winning the state over-all net crown. This years tennis team includes: Frou! row: Dorothv Burke, Martha Yzulmiugli, Sztrali Cox, Sylvia Bradley, Doris lNIcCmc. Bark row: Bill Pyle, Larry Martin, james Com-h, liurl Mullcns. Bill Muungcr. 114 G0 The strength of this year's golf team is built around returning lettermen Ronnie Dailey, Louis Wells, Mary Lou Fouke, jackie Miller, and new coach D. E. Deavers. Hopefuls for this year's team are as follows: Boby Murphee Webb Buie John Carmichal Harold Mustin Don Miller johnny Clements Larry Furlow jerry Taylor Gene Fly Gary Roberson Patsy Thomas Glenda Rawson Betty Jane Ball Linda Piatt Maggie McClean Cookie Arnold Robi Caulfield Jan Payne l'l5 During the 1959 golf season, Murrah took honors in the City Championship along with runner-up honors in the jackson and Hattisburg meets. This year's performances are all expected with bright optimism. Four returning lettermen and a host of other golf talent compose a strong team. me kx i .M ik-83.5-uizsiii' gf A 1 gf yt - 4 Each year the Murrah student body has grown. 'l'he senior class has 258 members . . . the largest graduating class in Mur- rah's five year history. Of this number, 31 were National Merit Scholarship semi- hnalists and 29 were hnalists.. Five stu- dents have been tapped as General Motors Scholarship finalists. 'l'he Sophomore Class boasts ol' 376 students which readily ac- counts lor the eleven new classrooms now under construction. 'All 3 I al UD i L CLA SSES 3 gl t'. I 'U Senior Class oflicers: l'resident, Tom Cleveland: Vice-President, Streety Minorg Secretary, Martha Hamilton: Reporter, johnny Foster. CUFF ABBOTT Sassy looks . . . math whiz . . . dark and dashing . . . llomeroom Vice Pres. fl, National Merit Semi-finalist 3, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society 3, Hi-Y Club l, 2, 3. BOB ADSIT Speculative-and efficient . . . much-admired intellect . . . whimsical ways . . . prolific . . . Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, National Merit Semi- linalist 3. DOTTY AKIN Sparkling small fry . . . vivacious and mischievous . . . full of fun . . . Murrah Miss fl, National Honor Society, Safety Council Sec. 2, Mu Alpha Theta, Homeroom Sec. l. CHARLOTTE ALEXANDER Quiet integrity . . . shy but sweet . . . epitome of honesty . . . 'xfllllg and Directing Club 2, 3, Speech Club See. 2, Y-Teen Club l, Thespian. RIVERS ALFRED High-stepping smile . . . dependable with brains to match . . . Miss Murrah Miss . . . Captain of Murrah Misses 3, Editor of Pleiades 3, Delegate to Youth Congress 3, 3-star Thcspian, Class Oflicer l, 2. Our Senior Tear-P Because all of what has been around us has become a part of us, we are not leaving lhese lhings behind-rather, we realize that the traditions and ideals which we made, in turn, helped make us. Our years here may lie summed up by saying-we were always "smil- ing in the sunshine and laughing in the rain." We keenly anticipate the next years, each of us delighted to have made the first step into maturity here at Murrah. IINIMIE ANDERSON Pe tceful and personable . . . eager and erudite . . . sturdy l hotogt tphv C lub member 2, Tennis Club member 3, Baseball squad COOKIE ARNOLD C omely countenance . pleasant personality . . . perfect 726067 607726. EDIE ASPROOTH Exotic . . . efficient and industrious . . . luscious and like- able . . . jr. Executive Club Treas. 2, Publicity Club member l, Costume and Make-Up Club member 3, All-Star Volleyball Team 1, 3. FIELDS BACON Courteous and complimentary . . . individual pleasant nature . . . even-tempered endeavors . . . Homeroom Vice Pres. 1, Glee Club member l, Hi-Y Club member 2. ANSE BARBER Lanky, lean and full of spirit . . . ace rebounder . . . opti- mistic . . . Basketball, Track, "M" Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Eagle Scout. MICHAEL BARBER Polite and pleasant . . . always a helping hand . . . cheer- ful charm . . . BETTY BARDIN "Mustang stomp" . . . soft talk . . . personality and pastels . . . Murrah Miss 3, I-lomeroom Sec. 3, Alpha Rho Tau 3, Scenic Design member 3, Royal Orators Speech Club 3. BILL BARKSDALE Brawny and boisterous . . . witty rover . . . terrihc trans- fer . . . Football 3, Basketball 3, "M" Club. BUDDIE BARKSDALE Fabulous wardrobe . . . merry mischief . . . bridge and gab... Murrah Miss 2, Thespian, I-Iomeroom Reporter 3, Activity Editor of Hoofbeat, Member of All-Star Volleyball Team 3. We awezilea' with eager BILLY BARNES Dynamite wonderful outlook . . . epitome of good SUSAN BARRY Habitutlly attractive . beautiful smile . . . drollery and fhespiln Pleides staff 3 Homeroom officer l. 2. 3, Blake-up club scribe 'l Nlu Alpha Ihett and National Honor Society 3. - ' LEE BATES Always enough spirit . . . everywhere at once . . . avid sup- porter . . . Homeroom Pres. 2. 3. jolliest Junior 2, Scenic Design Club Scribe 3, Alpha Rho Tau 3, Youth Congress Delegate 3. BILL BATSON True sincerity . . . plenty of ability . . . man with a mis- sion . . . Homeroom Pres. l, Homeroom V. Pres. 2, 3, National Merit Semi- finalist 3, Delegate Ford National Teenage Press Ctmference. Hoofbeat Sports Editor 3. STEPHEN BEACH "Buffy" . . . Mr. Courtesy himself . . . old-fashioned friend . . . Homeroom Pres. 3, Color Guard 3, Thespian, Chaplain of Speech Club 3, Theater Guild 3. deavors . . . Thespian, Quill and Scroll 3. Sparkling looks . . . personality plus h tppy and g ty Pleides Assistant Ed. 3, Feature lid. H molbt it X muon xl Ho cicty 3,1533 Alpha Theta Rep. 3, Alpha Rho Iau I ,P MANF 1215 mscrroil 1l ' us juihnorist smiles plus seriousness most "itor I I - WV Ol . . JL 65.111-S go gllomgjgglegate to MASK. 3 Nlembu ol Xsstmblx Com w"ttV"' GABE BEARD Bouncy extrovert . . . pretty pagebox tthletic en Rep. Y-Teen Club I. Vice Pres. Y-Teens 'G Hoolbt it S1 s BARBAILA BLC K Interesting talk . . . look of a model tn tu . All-star Volleyball and Basketball teams ' 4 SUSAN BERNI AN Cars, Cars, Cars . . . traveler . . . cocker eyes . . MARION BLACK friendly . . . TOMMY BLAKE Esteemed by all . . . destined to succeed man... National Merit Semi-hnalist 3, Honor Letter 2, ciety and Mu Alpha Theta 3, Theater Guild 3. DINAH BOGGS Plenty of pulchritude . . . expressive dark eyes . . . sweet sincerity . . . Murrah Singers 3, Speech Club 3, Theater Guild l, 2, 3. LINN BOTTORF Aesthetic artist . . . fond of French . . . dreamer . . . Alpha Rho Tau 3, Thespian, Scenic Design Club l, 2, 3, Latin Skit 1, 2. anticzlbation thejirst day Roguish blonde . . . tall as a Texan . . . faithful and V. Pres. Hi-Y Club 3, Football Letter 3, Cast of "Call Me Madam" 2. . . . true gentle- National Honor So JACK BOWERS Cheery chuckle . . . eager animation . . . alert and active . . Provine Transfer 3. SYLVIA BRADLEY Tennis trips . . . "Sibo" . . . bouncy blonde bombshell . . . Safety Council V. Pres. 2, Quill and Scroll V. Pres. 3. Acting and Directing Club Chairman 3, Copy and Make-up Ed. of Hoofbeat 3, 5 year Tennis Letterman. DANNY BRELAND Theater Guild 2, 3, Stage Lighting 2, 3, Speech Club 3. JANET BROWN Able and apt . . . sporty . . . invaluable dependability . . . Cirl's Ensemble l. Murrah Singers 2, 3, Thespian, National Honor Society 3. Honor Letter 3. HARRY BRUNER Droll humor . . . blithe and brisk . . . firm friend . . 0 our appearance LESLIE BURTON Minute bundle of dynamite . . . arresting attire . . . funny talk . . . Thespian, Homeroom Vice Pres. 3, Alpha Rho Tau 3. I,'il Abner cast 3, Costume Club 1, 2. NANCY BUSH Mischievous moments . . . angel countenance . . . blonde with brains . . . One Star Thespian, Acting and Directing Chairman 3, All-Star Volley- ball and Basketball Team l, 2, 3, Oflice Assistant l, 2, 3. l,'il Abner cast 3. LARRY BUTTS Mr. Hunter's favorite . . . outstanding dancer . . . rock 'n roll . . . cavalcade of fun . . . HELEN CABELL Sumptuous songster . . . versatility plus . . . fun and fan- tasy . . . A--... Thcspian, Member of National Honor Society, 10th grade ensemble, Murrah Singers 2, 3, National Merit Semi-hnalists. JIM CALDWELL Faithful team manager . . . intellectual lad . . . complete gentleman . . . "-71" National Honor Society, Theater Guild Member, Football Manager 2, 3, Audio-Visual Club Member l, Photography Club Member 2. FRED CARR Fords, fun and frolic . . . quality and quietness . . . dark and delightful . . . ROY CARROLL Friends in need . . . wholly helpful . . . consideration . . School Bus Driver 3. TOMMY CATO Trips to State . . . outstanding athlete . . . good-looking . . . Football letters 2, 3. Basketball letters 2. 3, Baseball letters 2, 3, Sargeant-at-.Xrms in "M" Club 3, Ra-same Staff 3. SANDRA CHAMPION Ciddy giggle . . . petite and peppy . . . saucy sweetness . . . Make-l'p Club 3, Supply Store WVorker l, Costtlme Club l, Program Committee in Speech Il, Squad Leader l. jess CHASE Friends and fun . . . zany pranks . . . lots of laughs . . Props Club 3, Stage Craft Club 2, 'l'ie-lily Club 1, Science Klub 2. Thespian. ALBERT CHEATHAM Courteous and conscientious . . . perfect manners . . . in- tended for success . . . National Honor Society 3, Theater Cuild l, Speech Club 3, Tennis Club 3. BOB CHEATHAM Outstanding bandsman . . . likable . . . determination . . . Student Conductor of Nllll'l'llll Band l. 2. 3, Lions All-State Band, Jackson Symphony Orchestra l, 2, 3, Solo cornet of State Band Clinic and Murrah Band I, 2, 3. KATHERINE CLARK Amicable gal . . . hospitable and helpful . . . ready for anything . . . Murrah Singers 2, 3, Thespian, Theater Guild 2, 3, Library assistant 2, Choir librarian 3.- EUGENE CLEIXIENTS Good-natured guy . . . "Clem" . . . facetious and friendly . . . tall and trustworthy . . . As the year progressed Nfr President profound bass enthusiastic smiles . . . President of S KSC l resident of Senior Class Delegate to Youth Con- Demure and beautiful the smile 1n a million . . . excit- Debatc Club l Xctmg and Directing Club 2 Costume Club 3, STEVE COOPER Dark and swag ernfig cars and fun . . . Susan's man . . . LYNDA cossmf , t Scads pf clo sub yefharm . . . at appearance . . . f een Clit 2 1 Malte u -,lub 2, Acting nd Eirlgeting Club, "L'il 1 I gif LES COTTING Fje and easy goi g favorably friendly . continually Studv Club 2 Stage Craft Club 3, Speech Club 3. ,x VAN COURSON Muscles and mirth . . . witty remarks . . . ready to go . . Football 2, 3. ANN COX Engaging smile . . . always energetic . . . fine friend . . valued voice . . . Murrah Singers 2, 3, Murrah Singers Ensemble 3, Acting and Direct- ing Club l, 2, 3, "Call Mc Madam," "L'il Abner." ANNA COX Hoofbeat Editor . . . trips to Raymond . . . neatness and clothes . . . D..-LR. History Medal 2, Vice Pres. of Speech Club 3, C0-editor of the Hoofbeat 3, Student Council 3, Quill and Scroll 3. PAT CROWV Proven dramatist . . . soft spoken sincerity , . . with rt song in her heart . . . Murrah Singers 2, 3, Sec. of Theater Guild 3, Sec. of Home-room 2. Who's Who in Dramatics 2, "I Remember Mama," "Call Me Madam." D XVID DOLLARHIDE Du tlity qulps lun ind frolic . . . variety of endeavors . . HMNRY DUPERIOR dult uid liuidsome . . . good times . . . merrynlak- DIC KY ILDIXIONDS lnlttble smile enthusiasm galore . . . sense of integ- omtroom Rep I llrsebill Letter l. 2, 'liheater Guild 3. Mechani- l D g l lust plue winner 2, fhampionsliip Intramural Foot- NI XR IHA EDMONDS Suttt disposition soft talk . . . faithful friend . . we took thirgf-one fun . . . tion . . . Theater Guild 3, Transfer from Greenwood 2 Nhth Club 0 Sutnce Fair Winner 2, Robed Llhorus 2. BECKY DEAN Sweet sophistication . . . valued Congeniality . . . wistful . . . Homeroom Pres. l. Book Club Ser. l, Debate Club V. Pres. 3, Hoof- beat Staff 2, National Honor Society 3. SUZANNE DeMOSS Always helpful . . . composed charm . . . femininity . . . Murrah Singers if, fl. lNIurrah Singers Ensemble 2, 3, Thespian, Na- tional Honor Society 3, Resume Feature Htl. 3. PAM DICKSON Head turner . . . clothes and cars . . . dazzling smile . . . One-star lhespian, Homeroom Sec. l. east of "The King and I" 1, Rhetorical Speech Club 3, Theater Guild l, 2, 3. 4 RONNIE DAILLY Guy with a grin . . . likable and loquacious full of Golf team l. 2. 3, Stage Craft Club l, 2. fl, cast of lhe king mtl I 1, Championship Intramural Football Team 5 NICKIE DAVIS Riehly resourceful . . . sunny locks delicate disposi Q' the ational Me MARJO EDWARDS Competent composure . . . cordial and polite . . . won- derful dependability . . . U Thespian, Sec. of Speech Club 2, Theater Guild I, 2. 3, Program Com- mittee of "Call Me Madam," Stage Coordinator of "I.'iI Abner." JUDY ELLIOTT Amicable and adroit . . . one to please . . . friendliness personified . . . Alpha Rho Tau 3, Reporter of homeroom 3, Scenic Design Club 3, Inter-club Council Representative of Y-Teens 2, Speakeasies Speech Club 3. RU BYE ETHEREDC-E Aesthetic eyes . . . agreeable and polite . . . loads of clothes . . . Make-up Club 2, 3. Thespian, Pondering Parliamentarian Speech Club 3, Girls' Chorus 2, 3. CHARLES FAULK Laughter and liveliness .' . . entertaining to everyone . . . spirited funster . . . Delegate to Youth Congress 3, Thespian, Speech Club ofhcer 3, "Call Me Madam," "L'il Abner." SUSANNA FERGUSON Full of lrolic . . . joyful and jovial . . . unexpectedness . . . Theater Guild l, 2, 3, Safety 'Council Representative l, Volleyball all-star team l, Pondering Parliamentarian Speech Club 3, Cheerleader in Homecoming activities 3. SYLVIA FERRELL Awesome auburn crown . . . immaculate appearance . . flawless features . . . wondrously witty . . . Homeroom Sec. 3, Band l, 2, 3, Theater Guild 3. MARY FITZHUGH Ready, witty, and able . . . affluent speech . . . bundle of fun . . . Thespian. Pleiades Staff 2, 3, Sec. of Mu Alpha Theta 3, V. Pres. of homeroom 3, National Merit Semi-finalist. DELL FLEMING Capable, intelligent, friendly . . . good-natured and indus- trious . . . all salute her . . . I liditor ol' Resume 3, One-star Thespian, V. Pres. of Safety Council I 3, Y. Pres. of National Honor Society 3, Hoolheat Staff 2. 3. JOE FOSHEE Question and more questions . . . Winsome one . . . favor- mz'jZnalz'st Awards. L 1 , .an Iliff? JOHN FOSTER Handsome provoker of many feminine glances . . . self- assurance unlimited . . . dry wit . . . Senior Class Reporter 3, Pres. of hotneroom 3, V. Pres. of Tennis Club 2, Pres. of Speech Club 3. Chairtuan of Points Committee 3. hlr-XRY LOU FOUKE Naturally friendly . . . welcome companion . . . inevitable SIICCCSS . . . Honor Letter 2. Coll' I.etter 2. .Xlt. Delegate to Youth Congress 3. Parliamentarian and President of Royal Orators Speech Club 3, Librar- ian ol' Mu Alpha Theta 3. LYNDA FONVLER Cars and cheerlulness . . . delectable blonde . . . march- ing maid . . . Thespian, lNIurrah Miss 3. National Honor Society 3. Scribe of Pub- licity Club 3. Hoolbeat Stall 2. BOB FULCHER Dedicated duties . . . "lNIorning watch presents" . . . sin- cere, courteous, an ideal gentleman . . . Pres. of Speech Club 3, V. Pres. of homeroom 3, Murrah Band I, 2. 3. Stage Crew of "Call Me Madam," Championship Intramural Football Team 3. DIANE GAINEY Angelic aura with a crown of gold . . . if there's music in the air, Diane is there . . . misty . . . Three-star Thespian, Murrah-Co-Round l, Murrah Singers 2. 3. Girls' Ensemble 1, "Call Me Madam," "L'il Abner." KENNY CALL.-XGHER Interesting and enjoyable . . . jocular and jolly . . . deter- mined gait . . . Business Manager of "Call Me Madam" and "I.'il .Xbnei '," lliespian. Pres. of Photography Club 3. V. Pres, of jr. Exec. Club 2. Clee Club l,2, 3. .IANICE GIBSON So sweet . . . emerald eyes . . . pastel perfection . . . Club Editor of Hoofbeat 3. Safety Council 3, Homecoming Court 3. Thespian, Homeroom oflicer 1. IVES CODIVIN Sports and spark plugs . . . hearty and handsome . . . owner of the Godwin grin . . . V. Pres. of homeroom 3, Club Reporter 2, Murrah Band I. 'lirack Letter 2, 3, "M" Club 3. ETHEL GOLDSTEIN kling talk . . . Cheerleader 3, Pres. of homeroom 3, Pres. of Speech Club 3. Chair- man of Publicity Club 3, 'I'reas. of Thespians 3. Cheery "Hi's" in the halls . . . perennially peppy . . . tin- Mu Alpha Theta, the BILL GOWAN Leaves 'em laughing . . . tall, blonde, and handsome . . wise cracks . . . ,Xcting and Directing Club 3, Color Guard 3, Murrah Band 1, 2, 3, Music Club 2. RICHIE GRANT Danger on the diamond . . . red-haired riot . . . hearty hunter . . . "M" Club 3, Baseball Letter 2, 3. CINDY GRANTHAM Dresden countenance . . . poised pep . . . caramel coif- fure . . . One-star Thespian. Pleiades Staff 2, 3, Murrah "M," Pres. of Speech Club 2. Charter member of Mu Alpha Theta 3. LEMMA GRANTI-IAM Fresh white daisies . . . air of a queen . . . valuable vo- calist . . . 'I'brce-star Thespian, Club Editor of Resume 3, National Honor Society fl, Murrah Singers 2, 3, Honor Key 2. MAGGIE GRANTHAM Most beautiful eyes . . . extra elegance . . . talented and talkative . . . Two-star Tbespian, Mu Alpha Theta 3. See. of homeroom 3, Scribe of Acting and Directing Club 3, National Honor Society 3. "Man, don't bug mc," says Student Body Pres., Robert Munford, to Alabel May and Herber Latlner as the Resume presented its annual skit. gifs hanomgz math club, was POLLY GREEN Cute as a cocker . . . skillful sketches . . . enviable locks . . . Design Club 3, Alpha Rho 'I'au 3. IVAN HAFLEY Big and brainy . . . syncopation of a sailor . . . variety ol abilities . . . Thespian, Football Letter l. 2. 3, Pres. of homeroom l, Resume Staff 2, 3, Mu Alpha Theta 3, National Merit Semi-iinalist 3, FRANCES HALEY Sincere and inconspicuous . . . walks, books, and helpful looks . . . pensive platinum blonde . . . JERRY HALL Spades, hearts, clubs, diamonds . . . pretty with a paint- brush . . . principally talented . . . Thespian, Resume Stall 3, Murrah Miss 2, 3, Mu .Xlpha 'l'heta 3, National Honor Society 3, Scenic Design Club 3. i, , 'fs'- MARTHA HAMILTON Ready and responsible . . . congeniality personihed . . . a laughy Murrah Miss Lieutenant . . . Class Ofhcer l, 2, 3, Co-Editor of Hoofbeat 3, Sec. of National Honor Society 3. Murrah Miss Lt. 2, 3, Reporter of Student Council 3, Quill and Scroll. BERYL HAND Telephone voice . . . alluring aloofness . . . dates and danc- ing . . . Alpha Rho 'l'au 3, 'l'heater Guild l, 3, Y-Teens 2. RAN DY HARDINC Flaming fringe . . . laughing lad . . . triumphant trickster . . . Radio Club 2, Photography Club 3. BILL HARLAN Car crazy . . . horn-rimmed glasses . . . hearty and humor- ous . . . Murrah Band 2, 3. Band Club 2. Bus Driver 2, 3. MARY PARKER HARMON So very sweet . . . "Parker" . . . peppy and poised . . . high- stepping maid . . . Murrah Miss l.t. Il, Asst, Editor ol' Resume, Honor Bar lhespian, Murrah Singers 2, fl, Soph. Girls' Ensemble l. - Murrah Miss 3, Thespian, Speech Club 2, 3. Chairman of Scenic Cheerleader 3, Make-up Club 3, 'Transferred honors: Lassos Drill H Team 2, Shakespeare Club 2. organzlzeaf, and cz atiof JUDY HARRIS Peppy personality . . . perpetual spirit . . . dancing sensa- tion . . . wonderful to know . . . Cheerleader l, 2, 3, Murrah Singers 2, 3, Home-room Reporter l, L'il Abner cast 3, Call Me Madam cast 2. BILL HARVEY y "That'll be a dime, please" . . . first-rate friend . . . always smiling . . . Manager of Supply Store 2, 3, Manager of Football 2, 3. Assistant of Supply Store 1, Member of Basketball squad l, 2, 3, Reporter of home- room 1. HELENE HASKINS Sophisticated attire . . . Hoofbeat brass . . . always attrac- tive . . . Homecoming Queen 3, Homecoming Maid 2, Business Manager of the Hoofbeat 3, President of Quill and Scroll 3, Theater Guild Member l, 2, 3. DIANE HAWKINS Crazy capers . . . nutty non-conformist . . . companionship . . . capability . . . comic . . . Assistant librarian 2, 3, Alpha Rho Tau 3, Star Thespian, Delegate to Student Librarian, Assistants of Mississippi 3. ROBERT HEDERMAN Our most Southern gentleman . . . feared with a football T.A.P. court, President Homeroom l, 2, Go-Captain of Football team 3, Photographer of Hoofbeat and Resume 3. DOUGLAS HESTER Architectural outlook . . . jocular jiver . . . sheepish grin . . . most fabulous dancer . . . Alpha Rho Tau 3, National Merit Semi-Hnalist 3, Theater Guild 3. ACLE HICKS Likable transfer . . . Germany . . . pleasant expression . . matchless manners . . . Mu Alpha Theta 3, Transferred honors: Class Pres. I, Track Team l, Basketball Team 2, 3. BARBARA HILL Infectious gaiety . . . "Y'all yell!" . . . frank and friendly . . . NIARY RICH HOBCOOD Hair lights and headlights . . . "Richie" . . . mystical and imaginative . . . Thespian 3, Alpha Rho Tau 3, Delegate to S.S..-LM. 3, Library Assistant 3, Ofhcc Assistant in Principal's Office. . . . popular photographer . . . endless honors . . . A fi uv PETE HOLCONB Striking good looks . . . tall and trim . . . casual cowboy . . horses, horses, horses . . . ANN HOLIMAN "hIiva" . . . ever-grinning . . . thoughtfulness and natural ways . . . Murrah Miss 2. 3. One star Thespian. .Xcting and Directing Club 2. 3, Murrah-Go4Rouncl l, 2, Like Speech Cllub 2. HOOT HOLIMAN Great big and great fun . . . carefree chap . . . riotous laughter . . . Yogi Bear-type fan . . . LYN HOPKINS Cute and competent character . . . organized aura . . . lov- able Lyn . . . 'l'ransl'er: Pres. of junior Class. Mu .Xlpha Theta Il. Honor Society 3, Safety Council Rep. 3, Theater Guild 2, 3. JIMMY HUDSON Good-naturecl and gregarious . . . fascinating features . . quiet and polite . . . Member Baseball 'I'cam 2, 3. was started. Tom Cleveland MARY IVY Artistic attributes . . . admirable intellect . . . Hair for friendliness . . . Rt'-some Stall' 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, Mu Alpha Theta, Alpha Rho Tau 3. National Merit Semi-Finalist. GLORIA JENNINGS Most likable . . . will succeed . . . angel eyes . . . glowing exuberance . . . Thespian, National Honor Society 3, Murrah Singers 3, Scribe of Publicity Club 3, Honor key 3. JERRIE JETER Cutest clothes . . . sweetest smiles . . . ever loving . . . always cheerful . . . Homecoming Court l, Safety Council 1, Thespian. EVA JOHNSON A breeze on skis . . . meticulous mermaid . . . pleasing and placid . . . Murrah Misses 2, 3, Thespian, President of Speech Club 2, Theater Guild l, 2, 3, YN'inning Volleyball Squad 3. BOB JOHNSON Handsome and then some . . . veracious talk . . . football fancier . . . shy smile . . . Lettered in Football l, 2, 3, Leltered in Track l, 2, 3, l.ettered in Basketball l, 2, President of "M" Club 3, Captain of Football Team 3. CARL JONES Cut-ups . . . crazy wise-cracks . . . impish grin . . HENRY JONES Polite to all . . . savoured sense of humor . . . mighty Mus tang . . . U TED JORDAN Constant conscientiousness . . . kind and considerate . . amiable ambler . . . Mtlrrah Singers 3, National Honor Society Il, .Xtlrancetl Science Class 2 NVAYNE JORDAN Carefree capers . . . lives for athletics . . . blonde llat top . . - i ber of "M" Club. Basketball team l, 2, 3, Baseball team I, 2, Il, Track team fl. Mem- j9re.s'z'a'ed over the NIACKEY KENDALI. Brownest of eyes . . . friendly lellow . . . sell'-assured a solieitous . . . V , - - - , , DONNA KERRY Redhead with a ready headline . . . delightfully daily . excitable and activated . . . fl. Mu Alpha lhela fl. National Honor Society Il. DALE KNOTTS Energetic . . . really nice guy . . . chuckle champ . LELIA LANGSTON Sweet greetings . . . kind and COlllli0l'l2llJlC . . . sparkling eyes . . . lloinerooln Rep. 2, 'lcenage Book Club l. 2. Y-'lieen Club Il. OWEN LASKER Crazy cracks . . . interesting and enjoyable . . . winning wit . . . l-'ootball I.eller Il, Pliotograpliy Club I, 2, "Nl" Club fl, Stagecralt Club 3. 0 DIANE LAWRENCE Polite and quiet . . . eager to please . . . l'aithl'ul friend . . Yllecns Club l, 2. lbeater Guild fl. DAN LAY Nice-looking and likable . . . sensibility and sincerity . . casually courteous . . . Hi-Y Club I, 2, 'llieater Guild fl. National Honor Society fl. DEBORAH LEFOLDT lleauteous baton twirler . . . captivating cuteness . . . cheer- l'ul chatter . . . Head Majoretle Il. Nlajorette Club Sec. l, cast of "I,'il Abner" 3. Band I, 2, Il, Majorelte l, 2, Il. CAROLINE LENVIS Versatile abilities . . . consciously conservative . . . neatness and sweetness . . Hoolbeat News Editor Il, 'l'een Page Columnist 2. fl. Quill and Scroll 1 shoes on the dance floor . . . of fellows . . . tively attired . . . EDWINA LOCKERT Smart and suriling . . . sensible singer . . . sports enthus- iast . . . National Honor Society fl. Y. Pres. of Mu .Xlpha Theta 3, Girls' All- star Basketball 'learn 2, Cirls' Volleyball 'I'earn 2, 3, Debate Club 3. JOHN LONG , Lasting friendship . . . valuable vocalist . . . nonchalant and nice to know . . ANGELA LOPEZ Sincerity . . . sociability . . . sweetness . . . naturally neat . . . adorable angel . . . National Honor Society 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, Girls' Chorus 2. RANDY LUMB Convertible Chevy . . . priceless stagecrafter . . . amiable organizer . . . Y, Pres. of 'Iiheater Guild 3. V. Pres. of Speech Cltrb 3, National Honor Society 3. Chairrnarr of Stage Craft Club 3, Stage Manager of "Call Me Madam" 2. Sparkling expressions hornern rkrng lul rrrtv ru r bling blonde Horneroorn Secret uv I t I I L 2, 3, Mu .Xlph he I 'N rtrorrrl Honor Soc Unaffected ind unlorgettrble drcsden dr unrtrst iii AT . If deserving stholrr "Mama" nerrrber Nlrrnr 2 s N X 1 if 'llreta 3, Honor Society I Iertrue Idrtor ol Rtsrunt il STUART LILLS Beatnik with a bass . . . an eye lor beruty shufllru Two-star Ihcspian, Mrrrrah Singers 3, Ch rrrnr rn ol I rghtrng I lu r Murrah Band l, 2, "Hoofbeat', Who's W1 DAVID LIPSC ONIB Winnirrg winner-likable loser . . . rffrble athlete hnest I Football letter I, 2, 3, 'Iirack letter l, 2 Pres ol flrss I 9 Sec Student Council 2, Mernber of Resume Stiff EMILY LIPSCOMB On the spot in speech . . . lively and lovely 'rttrac 4 Safety Corrrrcil Rep. 2, V. Pres. of Speech C lub 2 I vrn Squad I Cllltl I, 2, Sec. of Speech Clrrb EI, Horneroorn ofhter I udent Counczl 5 meeting. lN XNCIY LYNN in . . . sparkling eyes . . . versatile ind sn utous gnetic' charm . . . xtttistnt., Nlllllkkl ol lloolbeat fl, President ol' Hotneroom l. 2. h tutntn ol Xl :kt u Q C lub 5 Honor Letter 2. Quill and Stroll 2. 'NHC lxl Y MC.-XR'l'HllR v utth t 1 tgteeable chap . . . daring blond . . ntl ttnbti l ' Xudto Visual Club 3. EIIMMY MCCIOOL Dramatic' directions . . . good looking . . . note-worthy notes . . . Vice President ol' Hotnerootn l. Call Me Madam fast 2, Speeth tllub tnelnber 2. Bus Driver fl. JOHN lXlcC20RMlClK lirawny fellow . . . powerful personality . . . loyalty to friends . . . Member of lfootball team 2. fl. President ol' Honteroom 2. Member ol' "M" Club. Track Manager 2. 3, Bus llrixer fl. ' SHERRY MCCIRAXV So responsible . . . lnusit' maker . . . purposeful gal . . . National Honor Society Il. 'l'wo-star lhespian, Receixed Honor Key 2. .XII-Star leant in Volleyball and Basketball I. 2, 3, Member ol' Murrah Singers l. 2. 3. COURTNEY MCFAIJDEN Talented . . . loyal marching Miss . . . versatile vocabu- lar . . . zany ideas . . . 'csitlent of Speech Club 2, National Merit Setni-Finalist Il, Mu .Xlpha Theta 3, National Honor Society 3. HOXV.-XRD Mc'G1i1i Friendly and obliging . . . ready wit . . . industrious and able . . . MARILYN MLGOWAN A good friend to all . . . sensible and sweet . . . bright shoes-brighter mind . . . National Merit Setni-lfinalist fl. Mu .Xlpha 'Iheta fl. National llonor Society 3, Thespian, Member ol' I-'ilibusters Speech Club 2. JIMMY MCILYVAIN Inspiration to all . . . big and blond . . . the strong silent type . . . admired and honored . . . Co-Captain of lfootball leant fl, Vice President ol' Student Body Il, General Chairman of Homecoming 3, All City lfootball learn 2. Vice President of "M" Club 3. - F L zl Abner, our musical, BLTSY McKIiOWN C ute cut up appropriately arrayed . . . excited eyes . . . lht ttcr K uild I I Ictus 2, National Honor Society LOU ANN MCKINLILY Coodness md grtciousness . . . tidy tresses . . . refresh- I K phi 'N :tional Honor Society 3, Theater Guild 2, 3. C ,i LACEY MCLAURIN So sweet-so friendly . . . happy chatter . . . bubbly blonde . . . wonderful . . . Murrah Miss 3, V. Pres. of I'I0ll1Cl'00IIl 3, Sec. of Homeroom 2, Hoof- beat Staff 3, Thespiau. N ICKI MCLAU RIN Vivacious voice . . . desirable disposition . . . lovely lass . . . lklurrah Miss 3, lhespian, Hoofbeat Staff 3, Project Chairman of Speech Club 3, Make-up Club 3. BILL McM U RTRAY Good times . . . master of mischief . . . personable pal . . . tall tease . . . Intramural tournaments l, 2, 3, 'liheater Cuild 2, 3. DIANE MALEY Languid eyes . . . gorgeous attire . . . look of a model . . lilting laughter . . . LARRY MARTIN Unusually quick . . . ready answers . . . fun and friends . . interesting and intelligent . . . Sec. of Debate Club 2, National Merit Semi-finalist 3, Murrah "M" 2. Tennis Team 2, 3. TROY MASHBURN Most good-looking . . . pranks and parties . . . dependable Don juan . . . Track Letter 3, Hi-Y Club 2, Stage Craft Club 3. Reporter of Safety Council 3, cast of I.'il Abner 3. ALABEL MAY tagious . . . everything wonderful . . . T.A.P. Court l, 2, V. Pres. of Class 2, V. Pres. of 'lhespiaus 2. 3, Sec. of Student Council 3, Business Manager of Resume 3. - wsu! ' I ' No one like 'her-everyone likes her . . . happiness is con- e was a great success. LYNN MAY Her face made to grace a Southern mansion . . . pearls and pony tails . . . accent on the eyes . . . Vice President of Homeroom l, 2, Two Star Thespian, Murrah Miss 3, Two Honor Letters l, 2, 3, Squad Leader l, 2, 3. CLAIRE MAYO Tireless talker . . . ingenuous individual . . . true worker . . . Accompanist for the Girl's Choir 2, 3, Member of Y-Teens Club 3, Member of Teen-Age Book Club I, 2. SARA MIEHER Neatest appearance . . . a girl's best friend . . . confidante . . . virtuous . . . Co-News Editor of Hoolbeat 3, Member of National Honor Society 3, Member of Mu Alpha Theta 3, Thespian, Honor Letter 2. JACKIE MILLER Gung Ho for golf . . . sweet and neat . . . eager mind . . . always kind . . . Golf Letter l, 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, Murrah Key 3, Class Champions of Volleyball and Basketball Teams 2. I'he fairer sex overcame Provine 12 to 6 in the mock Homecoming game. Too had it wasn't for 1 J 'N , 'Qual 11 real. 55 131 1 ilff usyixc! ' e."lS"' Vw '...,.' ip , 'err . ' ,Wt .WS my it :S ,ia Maman Good looks and Vice President The M urmlz Singers sa ROliliR'I' MILLIQR good times . . , likely to be laughing . . always a joke . . . ot lli-N t.lub .L Salety Lounul Representatne .L Melnber ol' .Xll-Star Football Gxm 'I'eam l 2 S.-XNIJKE MILLICR Red and white Plymouth . . . laithlul church worker . . XVI Debate Club Melnber fl, Member ol junior lixecutivc Club 2, Latin C UI Sta .Kd llr Nlurrah Band l, 2. El, Homeroom Reporter 3. Theater Guild l. fl. till l l lluul Cot x speech .... ' H ,klllllllll liditor ol' room l, Member ol STRIQILTY MINOR special "veep'i' . . . I Madam and l.'il .Xbner 2. fl. MARSHA MITCHELL Go-operative and congenial . . . Mississippi . . . accent on the accent . . . S.-XM MONTGOMERY Deliglitlul dramatic surprises . . . a lrie definitely dependable . . . Band Member l, Photography Glub l, .Xudio l'r'1l't Club 'S .4 A .. FR.-KN K MOORIQ lllllllg XVII . . . lXK'llllUll 2. HUGH MOORE mpped-up cars . . . pranks and pals . . . band trips . . . ge CF: , f, 1 I 'I oral fl. MARY MORGAN epl lor any task . . . desirable disposition . . . sweet and shy 'lwo-Star Thespian, Melnber ol Theater Guild 2. fl. Yisual Club 2. Stage , r Unusual hairdos and unusually striking leatures . . . speedy 1! Hoofbeat fl, lwo Star 'l hespian, Reporter ol Ilolue- 'l'heater Guild 2, fl, Such a nice guy . . . leivetv and lawnmoxA'ers . . . a rerx' Vice Presidetft ol' Senior Glass fl. Delegate to S..X.S.G. fl. President ol llomeroom fl. lxlCIlllX'l' ol Stage Graft Club fl, Melnber ol Gill Nle State lor Marsha I nd lorever . . . 1 Xtmmpanist Sophomore linsentble l, 2. .Xccompanist Murrah Singers l Xlu Xlpht lhctn 'l Yttionil Honor Societx l Ylccns l Z l , .. . . , , .5 ,,, 41 . 1 1...i 4 . .,' . .,.. O h-what a character . . . never a worry, never a care . . . lull ol vim, vigor, and vitality . . . llaskelball .XII-Star team 2, Football .Xll-Star fl. Murrab-Go-Round l. BILL MORRIS F tl F E' 31. l W. i ocul unc it x ull 1 iliu 1 Cl in quips . .. Dnnpletl tl uling clthghtlul to know ilvx tys happy . . . ini II ingus s I nsemhle I. LXRL IXIULLEN Ouult xslt intl quiet wx ns . . . lazy locution . . . nilty non- nns C luli I ' I Sntuli Clluli Y. Pres. fl. Intramural Basketball I. ROISLRT MUNI-'ORD Nlostlx mnxelous superlative sentiments . . . every- i I SC Delegate fl, Youth Congress Delegate fl. ts 'ntl un Sputh Club I National Nleril Semi-linalist, BILL MX ILRS Pun to Itnoxx tltluntely tall, tlelnntely tlatlt, tlehnitely h rntlsome urns wx hen he swims . . omtioom Pits tnll Team I. 2, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Ilasehall Temn sm x rn n g nn I, 2, fl. IV.-KDE MYERS Valuable voife . , . plenty ol' talent . , . fabulous lrientl . . . Murrah Singers 2, 3, National Merit Semi-Iinalist fl, Iloy 's Cilee Club I. .lclvancecl Math Class fl. PAT NAYLOR Engaging artist . . . surprising . . . rings and repartee . . . Mu Alpha Theta lreas. fl, Alpha Rho 'liau V. Pres. fl, National Honor Society 3, National Merit Semi-Iinalist 3, Resume Stall' El. CAROLYN NILWMAN Perpetual springtime . . . personilication ol sweetness . . our Miss Murrah . . . Business Manager of Resume 3. 'IIXI' court I. 2, Homcrooni Oflicer I, 2, 3, Miss Sophomore Class I, Miss junior Class 2. DICK NEIVSONIE Car crazy . . . eagerness and erutliteness . . . loacls ol laughs . . . hlurrah Singers 3, Radio Cllulm I, Cast of "1.'iI Abner" 3. Graa'uatz'0n alblbroaclzeal RENA NOEL C So smart . . . so sweet . . . subtle humor . . . Converse kid . . . Nln Alpha ilil1l'lil fl, National Honor Society 3, 'l'wo-star 'I'hes Jian, National Merit Semi-linalist 3, Nlurrab Hono' .- -' L, I. NANCY NORTON Cherubic' cliuckle . . . genteel and graceful . . . suitable sincerity . . . Star lliespian, Hurrah Singers fl. lheater Guild l. 2. 3. DAVID ORDORIGA Genuine gentleman . . . advancing automotive artist . . llOVCl ll1lllll'C . . . 2nd Plate in lfislier Body Cral'tsinan's Guild Competition Debating Club fl. National Honor Society fl, .Xdvant-ed Science Class BOXVDEN PALMER Zest lor living . . . ealni eolleetiveness . . . zany laugh . . Lighting Club l, 2. 3, XV,-XYNE PARKER Dashing dater . . . knave with hearts . . . horses, girls: cows, girls: Cars, girls . . . Color Guard 2. Homeroom Pres. 3, Debate Club 3, Homerooln Rep. 2, National Honor Society 3. lintbusiastit' students cheer Mustangs on to victory. :+'3s'k45"-':':'ef ?e":f'?a-'+'+"+'+3vff.r H -K-.1-.o:c9.o.1 94 sf.0.o.v.0..a'w . A I BILL PYLE Xthnirtblt intellectual . . conscientious and considerate i hi lhtti 4 Xttional Honor Society Ii, Football Letter 3, nnttooin ofhtci l 'N ttionll Merit Semi-finalist 3. lN UNC Y RADCILIFFE Nlclloxs dxeuny xoices . . . effervescent artist . . . stunt st ill lhcspian, Alpha Rho 'l'au 3, Hoincroom officer D XVIS RALEY Sobti thoughts high ideals . . . gifted caroler . . . ni th Sitigus l sctnblc S. Cast of "l.'il Abner" 3, Theater Guild 3. C ILL RANDALL llippv huntu curious questions . . . friendly and s ind frills 2, Science Club El. IICIIC . . . NVar1n and wonderful . . . smiling sweetness good natured gal . . . Theater Guild l, 2, Officer, junior Exccutne in t All-Star Basketball Team 2. HONVARD POTTS Desirable intellect . . . gusty guffaws . . particularly pleasant . . . Bus driver 3, .Xudiosyisual Club 3, National Merit Semi-finalist fl. DOUG PRICE Geniality plus courtesy . . . modestly mannered . . . lively attitude . . . Hurrah Singers 2. 3, Study Club 2, Lighting Club 3. National Merit Selni-finalist 3. MAC PRICE Carefully considerate . . . sincere and friendly . . . wise witticisnis . . . Murrah Singers 3, Stagecraft Club 2, 3, Safely Council 2. and we realized we were JAN PAYNL Mature and modish . . . lots of lids bubbling., biu Hoinerooln President I, Library worker l Supply Stott Xssist int Nl in ager 2, "Quiz 'Em on the Air" alternate 3 lhespi n NELLIE PEARSON almost through with 0 PATTI RAY Mostly merry . . . lovable and lively . . . fascination . . . t delirious chatterbox . . . Thespian, Homeroom Sec. 3, Publicity Club Scribe 3, Theater Guild 1, 2, 3, Speech Club 2, 3. ' JOHN REGAN Alert and ambidextrous . . . energetic entertainer . . . lad of leisure . . . Thespian, Chairman of Stagecraft Club 3, Theater Guild 2, 3. TIM RICE Teasing aml pleasing . . . classroom character . . . witty wisecracks . . . Theater Guild 3g Transfer honors: Football Team, Camera Club, Theater Guild l, 2, Drill Team l, 2. MARGUERITE RICHMOND Brunette beauty . . . appealing sincerity . . . angelic . . . Scenic Design Club 3, Alpha Rho Tau 3, Murrah Misses 2, 3, One- star Thespian, Theater Guild l, 2, 3. RANDY RIDGWAY Busy brain . . . pleasingly polite . . . jolly jester . . . junior Executive Club 2, Publicity Club 3, Speech Club 3, junior Executive Club 2, Publicity Club 3. ALFRED ROWTON Fun lover . . . all for autos . . . dozens of diversions . . good-lookin' guy . . . MARY ANNE RYAN f Pretty as a picture . . . giggles and gab sessions . . . mis- chievous miss . . . L Theater Guild l, 2, 3. JOYCE SADLER journalist supreme . . . smiles . . . talented talker . . . considerate compliments . . . Thespian, National Honor Society 3, Alpha Rho Tau 3, Scenic Design Club 3, Hoofbeat Staff 3. GORDON SANSING Baseball Letter 2, Member Baseball Team l, 2, Member B Team Basketball l, 2, Band l, 2, 3, "M" Club 2, 3. Dedicated and industrious . . . good looks and grooming , . . . sheepish grin . . . 4 gh school careers. SUELLEN SCI-IULTZ Prize remarks . . . sunniest disposition . . . cute, and quiet? . . . Dancer in "'l'he King and I" and "L'il Abner" I, 3, Thespian, Act- ing and Directing Club l. 2. 3. ALICE SCOTT Designing woman . . . intriguingly intellectual . . . effer- vescent . . . National Merit Semi-linalist 3. National Honor Society 3, One-star 'l'hespian, Alpha Rho 'I'au Sec. 3. Cititenship and Courtesy Committee of Student Council 3. HOWARD SHANNON "Mop top" . . good-natured gamester . . . terrific tease . . . breezy . . SALLY ANN SHELL Perennial summertime . . . wonderful, welcome wisecracks . . . velvet voice . . . Two-star Thespian, Murrah Misses 3, Hoofbeat Staff 2, Act" Directing Club Scribe 3, Murrah Honor Letter 3. JOHN SHELTON Look of distinction . . . polite height . . admirably amiable . . . "Quiz 'Em on the Air" teatn 3, Debate Club 3, Stage Craft Club l, National Honor Society 3, Intramural Football l. JIMMY SIMMONS Thoughtful expression . . . masculine demeanor . . . uncom- plicated conversation . . , National Honor Society fl, Co-V. Pres. of Mu .tlpha Theta 3. Na' tional Merit Semi-finalist 3, Hotnerootn Rep, 3, Science Club 3. DAVID SKLAR Personable poetry . . . brainy extrovert . . . competent yet carefree . . . National Merit Semi-finalist 3. Mu ,Ilpha Iheta 3, National Honor Society 3, Homeroom Rep. Debate Club Progrant Chairman 3. CHARLES SLOCU M B Sly sense of humor . . . minute skript . . . seldom unsmil- ing . . . noticeable niceness . . . SUSAN SLOCUMB Well-dressed . . . willing worker . . . sweet Susan . . . sharp shoes . . . Choral Music .Xccompaniest 2, Supply Store .Xssistant l. Champion- ship Volleyball Team 3, Latin Skit 2, Squad Leader 2. Wondegful as it has been, VALERIE SLY Pixie personified Venusvlike Valerie . . . perfect pony ROBERTA SMALL Chocolate eyes giggles and girlish gab . . . favorite of Iheater C uild I 2 'I Xll-star Volleyball Team 3, Student Director in Choral Music 3 Squad Leader l, Football Banquet Hostess 3. DICK SMITH Practically perfect profile . . . keen and cool cat . . . mis- chievous . . . 'I'ic Fly Club 2 3 Set 6'll1t at Xrms of S eech C'lub 3 Cham ionshi Intramural Football Team 3. LARRY SMITH Subtle humor . . . appreciated unopposing manner . . lean and likable . . . Art Committee in Speech 3, Art Committee in Typing 2, Art Com- mittee in Art l. MARGARET SMITH Perfect hostess . . . beautiful complexion . . . a friend to take pride in having . . . Thespian, Property Club 2, Publicity Cllub 3. MIKE SMITH Dark and dashing . . . winning wise cracks . . . our loss is North Dakota's gain . . . Thespian, Color Guard 2, 3, Hoofbeat Staff 2, 3, Stage Lighting I, 2. 3. SHERRY SMITH Delightful hairdos . . . telephone voice . . . dreams of exciting destinations . . TOMMY SMITH Lean man with a lens . . . cool head and kind manner . . . up on the news music-wise . . . National Merit Semi-finalist 3, Cihairman of Speech Cllub 3. Photog- rapher of Hoofbeat. Resume Staff 2. 3, Honor Bar Thespian, Scribe of Lighting Club 3. POLLIIS SPANN Footlights favorite . . . valuable abilities . . . energetic endeavors . . . President of 'Theater Cluild 3. Chairman of Acting and Directing Club 2, Murrah Misses 2, 3, Senior Editor Resume 3, Secretary of Speech Clttb 3. a. we look jirwam' to our BECKY STEFAN Paint perfection . . . dark eyes . . . signs of a songstress . . . Murrah Singers 3. Murrah Singers Ensemble 3, Thespian. Cast ol' "Call Me Madam" 2. Theater Cuild I. 2. fl. EMRYCE STINE Nice-looking chap . . . wit and wisecraeks . . . welcome companion . . . Homeroom Y. Pres. 2, Stage Craft Club fl. BOB STRINGER Handsome heart-throb . . . diamond dynamite . . . the strong, silent type . . . PAT STUART Languid looks . . . graceful grandeur . . . cherry ehatter- box . . . ,Xlpha Rho Tau fl, Scenic Design Club 3, Costume Club l. Speak- easies Speech Club 3. ..v MORENO SUBLETTE Serious expression . . . subtle charm . . . friends and fun . . . fantasyland . . . A Club 3. Championship Volleyball Teams l. 2. LIBBY SUNINERS Contagious kindness . . . so wonderfully sweet . . . mind- ful ol' homemaking . . . Library Assistant 2. 3, Y-Teens l. 2. fl. National Honor Society 3. I.atin Skit 2. Speech Club Ii. DOLORES TAYLOR Smiles . . . Grecian goddess . . . enviable ever present tan . . . Murrah Singers 2. fl. Murrah Singers linsemble 3. Chorus of "Call Me Madam" 2. Make-up Club l, 2. 'lheater Guild Talent Show 3, TOMMY THAMES Dark, dashing, and daring . . . jokes and jive . . . embar- rassed grin . . . Acting and Directing Club 3, Murrah Band l. DICK THOMPSON Quiet, competent leader . . . dependable integrity . . warmest ol' smiles . . . llomeroom Pres. 2. fl, Hi-Y Pres. 3. National Honor Society Pres. 3, Mu Alpha Theta fl, Pres. South Mississippi I.atin Convention. if Costume Club l, Publicity Club 2. Thespian, Speakeasies Speech 'Q futures, thankful to he TOMMY THOMPSON Wise beyond his years . . . handsome and then some . . strictly masculine . . . Tie-Fly 2, Audio Visualofhcer 3, Speech Club 3. MARTHA HELEN TILLMAN Ever-smiling inside and out . . . kind competence . . music- minded . . . Y-Teen Club President 3. Office worker l, 2. El. Girls' Choir 2, 3. Choral Festival 1, 2, 3, Murrah-Go-Round l. JOHN TODD Horn-rims and hilarlty . . . managerial mind . . . brains bountiful . . . Football Team Manager l, 2. 3, Mu Alpha Theta President 3. Na- tional Honor Society 3, Homeroom President 3, National Merit Semi- linalist 3. MARY TODD Dazzling and adorable . . . forever spring . . . scintillating in singer . . . Homeroom oflicer I, Murrah Singers l, 2, 3. Murrah Singers Ensem- ble 3, Chorus "Call Me Madam" 2, Chorus "L'il Abner" 3. JIM TULL Gay blade . . . riotous reveler . . . priceless pal . . Football 3. JIMMY TRIBBLE Bouncy band member . . . wealth of worth . . . ambling and amusing . . . Thespian, Band l, 2. 3, I.t. in Band 3, Corporal in Band 2, lst Chair State Band Clinic 2. MARIANNE TWENTE A fragrant flower . . . calm as a breeze . . . humor and happiness . . . MARY HELEN UTESCH Competently carefree . . . unfailing fun . . . kitten cute . . . Two-star Thespian, National Honor Society 3, Honor Key 2, Rhe- torikers fl, 'IillC2llCl' Guild l, 2, 3. TOBY VENUS Helping hand . . . flooded with friends . . . a smile for everyone . . . ' Y-Teens 2, Theater Guild 3, Speech Club 2, Squad Leader 2. en a part qfMurrah and Manfred Bischoff, Murrah's first Exchange Student, discusses the differences between Murrah's curricu- lum and that of his native high school in Germany with one of his new American friends, Tom Cleve- land. IHS Q ,gr l JM , ,,,. . , 'I 'Q ,Wait , 5:12 . , if 1 I,-'ii an f ,wa it DIANNE VIGI Precise and pretty . . . a vivacious vision . . . in Blue" . . . Secretary of Homeroom 2, Secretary of Speech Club 2, Reporter of Speech Club 3, Publicity Club 3, National Honor Society 3. "Rhapsody KEN WALLACE Genial gentlemen . . . endearing manner . . . a laugh a minute . . . Hi-Y Club 3, Football Team 3, Transfer 3. AILEEN WALTER Snapping eyes . . . winning grin . . . cunning and cute . . Theater Guild l, 3. PATSY WARD Delightful dimples . . . captivating personality . . . sugar sweet . . . Acting and Directing Club l, 2, Publicity Club 3, One-star Thespian, National Honor Society 3, Secretary of Homeroom 3. l' i convzncea' that Murrah will CXRLA WARE Cameo cuteness complexion perfection . . . a treasure Alpha Rho I nu 3 Scenic Design Club 3, Library Assistant 2. Acting and Directing Club 2 Royal Orators 3. BILL WELLS Lasy going welcome companion . . . mighty grand . . Murrah II-md l 2 3 Band Adjutant 3, Music Club I, 2, 3. MELANIE WELLS Neat and noticeable . . . old-fashioned beauty . . . poised personality . . . Murrah Singers 2, 3. Murrah Singers Ensemble 3, Mu Alpha Theta 3. National Honor Society 3, Murrah Miss 2, 3. BILLY WEST Mostly merry . . . mischief in the air . . . cool with cars . . Reporter of Homeroom 2. DAVID WHITLEY Impressive erectness . . . glad grad . . . like, wow . . . melody maker . . . Murrah Band I, Murrah Singers Ensemble 3, Track Letter 3. Cast of "Call Me Madam" 2, Cast of "L'il Abner" 3. JUNE VVILKINSON Beauty within and without . . . radiant smile . . . cher- ished friendship . . . Homeroom oflicer l, 2, 3, National Merit Semi-hnalist 3, Resume Senior Class Editor 3, National Honor Society 3, Murrah Singers 2, 3. WANDA WILKINSON First in cheers . . . overflowing effervescence . . . beautiful brunette . . . Cheerleader I, 2, 3, Murrah Singers 3, Chairman of Make-up Club 3. Vice-president of Speech Club 2, Safety Council Representative I. JIM WILLS Harmonious tones . . . laughs and looks . . . smiling eyes . . . Murrah Singers I. 2, 3, Three-star Thespian, Murrah Singers Ensem- ble 2, 3, Baseball Team I, 3, Cast of "The King and I" 2. JIMMY WILSON Unhurried and unworried . . . agreeable and polite . . heart-warming smile . . . .HN . always remain a part QF us. LINDA WILSON Exotically exciting . . . saucy sophistication . . . vibrant voice . . . Reporter ol' Homerooin I. Nlurrah Miss 2. l'arliamentarian of Speech Club 3, Props Club fl. Acting and Directing Club 3. BOB NVITHIQRS Wise witticisins . . . favorite Iunster . . . cooperative and pleasing . . . 'l'ie-lily Club l. 2. Theater Cuild Il. Latin Skit 2, Alpha Rho lan 3, Cast of "L'il Abner" 3. BILL WITT Indispensable guy . . . like he's got that beat . . . never a care . . . Student Council 2, fl. Lt. ol' Murrah Band 3. Chairman of Dance Committee 3. Murrah lland I, 2. 3. Squad Leader l, 2. 3. TINE WRIGHT Loquacious and lovely . . . enchanting eyes . . . unforget- ably friendly . . . TONY WRIGHFI Really sharp . . . crazy crewtut . . . conilortablt com posure . . . Stage Craft Club 3. Football Letter 3, Cast of "L'il Abner" fl. Rhe- torikers Speech Club 3. I5 I LL NVY MON D Quartet quips . . . l'ull of surprises . . . the spoken French . . . Murrah Singers 2, Ii. Murrah Singers linsenible 2. 3. Accompanist for "Call Me lNladatn" 2, One-star lhespian, Murrah Boys Quartet 2. 3. CHARLES YARBOROUGH Remarkable remarks . . . interesting . . . exciting . . . in- quisitive . . . great guy . . . Safety Council Representative l, Baseball leant l. 2. 3, Hi-Y Club MARTHA YARBOROUGH Valued vocalist . . . genuine goodness . . .ssull aitns . . . Murrah Singers 2. 3. lhespian, Safety C rtpicyiyl R cseitz l e '. P National llonor Society Il. Mn Alpha 'lheta 3 ' O41 Mi P X i c.toRc.L YhRc,LR U , . Ilnfailing attendance . . . "Yogi Bear" . . t ni c'sh-SV ing . . . XM I Audio Visual Club 2. Sergeant-at-,Xrnis ol' Spee Zlub Zi. Na ral Science Award. ix?-JK,-X 9 UK V X 1 Nxt 'mmwzrw x x . 1 jUNIORS Our junior year was filled with many niemoralrle events. Work- ing on the junior-senior prom, seleeting elass rings and filling important posts in class and extra eurrienlar activities have made this eleventh year an indelible one in our lives. Now we have Cflflllllfllfd two successful years at Murrah, and we eagerly look forward to our future as seniors. girl' ' px ' ' junior class officers Steve Fowler. president: Tommy Windham. rit'e-president: Bing Bell, secretary: and Lucy Gerhart, treasurer admire class rings as Mr. Charlie Stol Graduate Supply Co. representative, displays them. POLLY AIJIJKISON Perky ponytail . . . petite parcel ol' pre ciousness . . . amiable artist. RALPH AGEE Quiet qualities . . . nite to know . rough and ready. KATHY ALEXANDER Neat and novel . . . definitely tleliglitlul . . . graceful and at't'omplished. BILL ANDERSON Straight forward logic . . . intellectual athlete . . . friendly fellow. BLAIR ANIDINCL Perennial charm . . . hlithel'ul, blissful and blonde . . . winning wistlulness. SUSAN ARTZ Shreaves of smiles . . . word whiz . . sensational and sincere. MARIE ASI-I BY Miniature marvel . . . harmonious grace . . . tiny and trim. BILL BAILEY Enthusiastic equestrian . . . unique per sonality . . . ingrained humor. THELMA BAILEY Beaming smile . . . glowing Congeniality . . . choice voice. LYUNIORS JIMMY BARKSIJALE lcd tlacltly . . . illuminating 1lClllCVC' ncnts . . . go, man, go. l'A'l'SY BARN ES l,ovcly disposition . . . CllCCI'lil1l and 'liarniing . . . lragilc lraulcin. BE'l"1'Y B.-XRNE'l'T Xlcrits nnxfli . . . almonncling happiness . . sparkling and spontaneous. O.K. BA'I"1'E lfricmlly spirit . . . OA. enthusiast . . . .llcrt actions. BETH ISEARD Splcntlicl sniilc . . . talcntccl twirlcr . . . l-2IlJlllOllS friend. GEORGE BELL Striking clivcrsity . . . excellent cntl . . . rlassy convcrtilmlc. GINGER BELL Nvinning ways . . . gracious and glisten- ing . . . like a dew drop. -llll,IE BERBE'I"I'E Niinblc lcct . . . afccntuatccl rliytlnn . . . absolute vivacity. AllI.l. BETIIUNE Dt-Cialctlly cncrgctic' . . . camping and rocking . . . jubilant journalist. tlERRY BLOUNT Calm and carncst . . . ample alafrity . . . just blcrly. XVALTER BONE "Buster" . . . amusing antifs . . . l'Bea1'." BOBBY BOSXVELL lloloilul cut-up . . . l'1'icnclly lafc . . varictl nioutls. SIDNEY BOTELER Steady anal patient . . . pcrscvcring . . :nan ol' iron. BOB BOXVM,-KN l"l'icntlly spirit . . . forever football . . brisk anal cnlivening. l'm.'XRl3.-XR.-X BOYER Acllicsivc lricntllincss . . . Nlcnipliis . . nntlcnialmlc l'll2ll'lll. it.: . 3 1 ii' 6' 1"--V in-1' RICHARD ISRANN Kind and courteous . . . reserved . . poise of inind. CIHARLKS BROAD Undisguised aniuselnent . . . tonlidet in opinion . . . adventurous aims. 'IRAN IEROCKNLXN Natural beauty . . . laughter and lool- . . . patent on parties. JACKIE Slllf BROOKS Vitality of thought . . . delicate as nymph . . . basking in sunshine. TOM BROOKS Striking in t'harac'tt'r . . . playlul plan . . . ready in 1'CSOllI't't'. ANIANIXX BROWN Delicate fllliflll . . . artlul and lllllllllll . . . light, lively locks. GORDON ISROXVN Nloving on ..,. iocular ll't'ID-tll'lVi'li . . irrepressilmle individuality. XVEBIS l5l'll'l Easy going . . . southern gentleman . . quick sinile. TONINIY lil'NDY ,Speedy trackster . . . enviable pliysiqut . . . Fabian. DOROTHY IEURKIC Unaflected manner . . . laithlul lrienc . . . tops in tennis. D.-XVIC ISUSBY "Buslnnan" . . . definitely witty . . . con sistently cheerful. ROSA Cl.XLDW1il,l, Makin's of a model . . . ravishing . . gleelul spirit. HOWQ-XRD CLXNII' Optintistit' outlook . . . delt drunnnt- . . . fool, nian. CLXY CI.XNll'l3liI.l. Splash and dash . . . enviable eyelashe . . . frisp ehatter. ROBBHC CI,Xl7l.lfll-Ql.D Exotic eyes . . . lingering laugh . . . ht-au tiful brunette. QIUNIORS l'RlN'l'lQSS iIll.XRl,liS 'mspet'tixe stutess . . . cause, ztutl CLll'llCSl- ,em . . . Nlr. l,l'l'l-Cl'l'CCl. CI.-XROI, CLARK Illmriniug :intl gentle . . . silently sincere . . just at gent. CIl,.-XllDI.X CLARK iiiergetit' enlltusizistu . . . clark :intl clev- tstatting . . . at iuatrcliiug tniss. lSll,I. CLAY 'olisltetl politeness . . . suave :intl win- iiug . . . ulintl lor motors. BUNNY COBB legal mtiitteiiztiicc . . . enduring cltziriu . . prztisewortlty przutccr. CILAY llOOI,liY Slusculzu' outlieltler . . . llCl'C'lllC2lll vitztl- ty . . say, nuui. SAR.-Xll COX Gentle :intl genuine . . . tlepentlztblc and tleliglitlul . . . ineloclie. RON.-Xl.lJ CR.-XXVFORD lfun persouilietl . . . gust ol lziugliter . . jolly jester. DON CIROXVDER llusky liutnorist . . . snappy spirit . . lrxuikness ol' tnunner. NOIAN C1llLl.1iN lit-l'ensix'e tlynzuuite . . . tlelinilely tlcbo- natir . . . mlitl :intl serious, S. K. CIUNINIINCQS Mute :iptitutle . . . tliguilietl tlctncnnor , . . quiet nutl quztlilietl. 'lilill DANIIC RK'lil'K'Sllillg' novelty . . . muy :antics . llaisliing wit. lllflfllllf DAVIS Stezullltst lrientlsliip . . . aspiring atrtisztn . . . genuine geutlenesn. EIIVDY DAVIS Vivztcious personality . . . lmrezttltless engertiess . . . "Daisy Mae." liliN'I' DILXR ,-Xueiittnttetl inatnners . . . platylul wit . . . gootl-ltutuoretl gilie. -l.'xNl': IJIQNNIS Frieinlly lzirc . . . Southern clmrni . . clark tresses. .XNN lDliNl'ON Glziclsoine glow . . . scinlillziting eyes . . spriglitly :incl vigorum. QIININIY l7OSSli'l"l' lirniolmling pcrsoiizility . . . mnipetenl coinpzniion . . . nine. NI.XRCi.XRli'l' DOXN'NlNCL Light 215 ai snow llzike . . . lengthy locks picture ol' peliteness.. lJ.Xl.li lJllCIKXVOR'l'll lfun :intl lrulies . . . cures lui' mira . ubiquitous qualities. NANCIY lJl'N.XXY.XY Notewortliy lriemlmliilm . . . peppy per sonztlity . . . props expert. Clliflll. lJYliR Knzivisli antics . . . callin, mul, mlleelei . . . "DiinlJlcs." .l.XCIh l'.llXll.Xll5 Wg. Iiinplizitie ezirnestness . . . ilelinitely cle 'JA' penclzilmle . . . elieery countenance. .l.XNli lil.lJRllXLlC Dainty :is at llower . . . genuine generosit . . . 1JCl'SCYCl'2lIN'C. K.-XTHY liVliRli'l"l' Elfisli grace . . . lC5lllll enjoyment . . at lliiir lor lzisliion, Q SANDY lf,XN'l'OXfl I Smiles galore . . . lzilkxilire annul tzutli . . . golden gran-e. D l'.Xl'l, lflil,l.IiRS .-Xtlinirgilmle reserve . . . richly clrivzilmi . . . zitliletir zilmilitiex. .IILAXNNIC IfliRfLl'SON Subtle lllllllOli . . . "lfergy" ...K jewel-lilc eves. .ll'lDY lfllilifi lixirnest entlnisiamn . . . likezilmle liln':n'izi . . . ready nyinputliy. SHIRLIQY VINCIIIICR Sterling lriencl . . . lmnntilnl lmng lmrzieelets . . . generous grin. jUNIORS lilif IKY l"OX'VLliR lillortless ellieieney . . . Buicks and boys . . endless initiative. S'l'liVli l"ONVLER Snperlnnnun vigor . . . hearty and hund- Qoine . . . formidzilmle l1:n'rier. MAIDA Fll1.CiHAfNI Sunny songster . . . llllfllllilll inuiden . . . sweet Soutllerner. G.4XYl,lC GARTH Ilziiely :ind grace . . . brillizint blonde . . unclouded splendor. MARSH.-X GICAR Petite :ind precious . . . sterling sense . . endeared to ull. LUCY G1iRH.XR'l' Lilting luuglner . . . phospllorescent illlllllllCl' . . . dazzling dynznnite. WILICY GIDDICNS Sensznionznl swinnner . . . paints and "spots" . . . sninsliing serve. IIICAN CLlLlSliR'l'SON ,Vhirl ol delight . . . lmulmbling with :xuglner . . . pearly complexion. COLIC GOBICR friendly and lnnny . . . "Cole B" . . lecided distinction. Iintering the lilllllllllg from the patio are junior class spon- sors Mr. Willis Wayne Wzllley and Mr. Mays B. Hunter. 'I55 Q , Jlmcl . 1 Ium..,1l1 nh Xxll md uullclwxllvl UN R IL xml LXCIUISI L ul lIlll5iI1ll'l but mmlx cl uk :ml darn Ill 1 xmxll lxukalgcx I I nm lllllllL'Nl Illl ul hgh lnlclls . 5lllKl'lkl In kim XYBKH soll ill! C lpmlmln ll 1 ns ullnlnulxc .llllllll . musing lll ll IIIIIIIX iillllllllli' lll lNl'. In 1 mm Im' nm UNI ORS I llil,l-'NIC I ll-QlYl'l"l' Ignmunimxsly lwlplul . . . wumlcrlul vans . . . quicllx' mlunlilicml. IRXRRY llll,l. Xlvliculuus lngumllcrs . . . scrious :xml ,cmilwlc . . . rcully lkC'll1lllll'. CIll.XRl.l'1S llll.l,S l':l1m-la-ss Clll'I'gY . . . bluc Clllcvy . . . lillllllllllll dignity. -IUNIC IIINIQS Rclluwlwnl lll'lllL'YClIlK'lllh . . . comcly n'lwc1'lc'gulc'1' . . . ccslxuy and msc. IXXNNY lllSlf Mlllllllly Boy" . . . wisp illlllllgllk' . . lK'lhlK'l'y :xml pulilc. ICDXVIN IIOLNIIQS lllmpprcssilmlc opli111is111 . . . Nl2l1"S maln- LIQQCI' . . . l'llll'll1l'SUlllliihlllllll. Mllili llOl,NllfS llilzlriolls1'm':ll1al1lL's . . . l'l'icmllim'ss plus . . . srlclum XVUI'l'll'll. ISRXIJ IIOXYXRIJ Sricnlilil' curiosity . . . an l1lllI'X'Cl ol good- will . . . mlowlmflo-c':1l'll1 Ill1lllllL'l'. QIINIMY IIUDCLINS Nl2lgllL'lli' lmvrwllxulily . . . lmlisllcnl C:1sC . . . Mau' 1mcl'lm'111cl'. l1ll.l, lll'N'l'liR "llc'zul-l111nlv1"' . . . howling alley . t'YC'l'flJl'1'hl'Ill nmilc. lililili llll'l'C1lllNS lilomlc :xml lxlillw . . . lllhll'0llS lookm . . SC'kl1lll' :lml mi11c'cl'c'. l'Xl'RlCZl.X .llilflfClO,X'I'S PlL'LlS1ll1l to know . . . truly lllllllglllllll . . . L'IlLllll'lIIQll' swvcl. IJIXNNIC qll'.l'lfRliYS l.iw-win' gnmuml Nlllrrgllm . . . lxlillu' ns Ll lmiul . . . kimllul L-llllulsiglml. l3ll.l. IIONLIS l"l'zu'l11l'c'ml l"l't'Ilt'll . , . lmoislmmla lmoy . . l'0lllIJlL'lCly umliclclll. l.liLI RIONI-15 lgllllllllll lmllc'1'l11:1 . , . Yclxzllllc YlOlllllSl . . . conviviul C'llAll'IllCI'. Q U-of RM' -IONICS Quict clispusirirm . . . umgclrizil ways . rzimlrlin' Rznnblcr. IQOISICRT UIONICS Nlolorfyclc' mzicl . . . lrriglll cmllrmk . HUJIISIZIIII as thc' Norllicrn stair." viciiil hloxl-Ls lic'slzilic':1lly lrziplmy . . . vcry vivzlc inns . z1ppr'ox'ccl by zlll. UXYIID -IORIXXN llcsirzilmlc ccnirpzirrioii . . . :lg1'c'4':ilmlc :rss . . . 'rulispcirszrlmlc lric-nil. '53-7 mvin Klil,l.Y " mrglrllul amd llllllllllll .,.:illznl1lczn llli Q . . . 1lKlVlIlllllgCUll5 cailnriivss. BRl'C1l-Q KICNNINUIUN ' selfialily 11114. Q ' K' . . . ' intcrcsl . . . lJL'llClli'i1ll Inc-irc-x'ulL-ircv. I.Ul'lS.X KlfSSl.l'iR lp. QQ-I ' -'X-:7 'ilk' Rziclizml smilc . . . lnvailrlv. lgmglring, I 'crinv' on . . . lJll0Y2llll llllllll'C'. lv n , Cv N1i.Xl. kixxkn Q Nimlrlc :mal llL'2ll . . . lu-nlrircss nl imzi nzilion . . . willing lu work. KICN l,.XCIKl-.Y lixciling csuilmziclcs . . . c'xli:1llsIlc'sxc'lic' . . . rollicking humor. IIlCl3liR IHXIJNICR CJUCQIIIS ol' cluquc-nic . . . winlcsprc Zlfflllilll . . . unzissuming dignity. ORRILIA IARSICN Clcrulczm cycs . . . L'X0lil lrziwln . . . ri sct ringlcls. SANIDRX 1.1-QIll.OXV Sunny mlislmsitiori . . . llllllllC5llOll2lll virtuvs . . . zilwinklc :incl ziglmv. LARRY I,l-il-1 Nlziswr on lllt' court . . . "l.iIllc Rail" 2lCTlll'2K'y' ol ziim. BILL l,lSl'CIONIl1 Singer lor Nlurruli . . . lll'1lllllllll'll0K'I' gp I Dr. lfinsdzrlc. lC.XRl.li LIPSKIUNIIS Supcrlziiivc clcvcrncss . . . znckiimvlcmlg ziullrorily . . . one in an million. LYUNIORS S'1'1".1.l..X 1.1'I"1'1,1i '.1111111si11s1i11 1'111'11111'111g1'1111'111 . . . 111111111111 1111111111115 , . . 1111111'1111'. IVRXNK l.O1"1.1N 111111 ways . . . s11'11111'11s1 l'11lllll . . . 111151- 111' 111'1'n111111111y. 11.11214 1,01X'1iRY ,1l1J1Jl'l' 111'1'm1'1' . . . 1,1111-11lX'1I1g 1'1'1111w . . 1'1l1'1'l'1'lI1 S1!1I41l. 11011 l.17N11'1i1N f11111'1'11i11g 1'x11'1111'1'1 . , . l11'l111'1llC11 111 1'11'Ill151ll11 . . . 11111113115 .11l1'iC1'. '1'1CN11'1.1i 1,YN111liR1S a11sx' 111 g1'1 11111113 111111 . ..11sm1'1 l111l11. .. 11'11s11 11111111's. 51.11411 1.1 311121 1.XR1QN 'Nlisly Miss" . . . 111111111111 1111111115 , 111115 111 1111'11s1'. R.XYN1ON11 N11'1I1,1X'l'ON l1'2ll1N 1'1-s11111'11's . . . 111s1111111111111' 111111115 , . 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NIXYS Nluluwyclc nic'11z1gL'l'iL' . . . ligilmlmy-go-lllfky . . . incrry mauc. l.lNlJ.X Xll'.Nlll'.l.l. lillllglllllg lzuly . . . iilclcpvmlcnl xiii' . . "il'csl lzi vivo." DUN Nlll,l,lfR Nlaitllcliixltirail cxzicliicss . . . Llzlunllcss . . . mIiwi'siliccl zillrilmulcs. lfRlClJ Nlll.l.liR K-lLl5hl'UUlIl mpc-i's . . . "lint Xliss ilillflllu . . . kimllcwl iliiligilivc. XV.Xlfl'lQR Nlll.l.liR iliCK'llI1ll'lll prcrisimi . . . lI'l'liS :mal tours . . . szlx'oll'fl:il1'L'. 'l'lilJ Nlll.l,lCll'Q Snliirclqix' sllcnzmigains . . . misrliicvous lll1'l'l'Illll'lll . . . III IllL'lllil5 TCS. CLWICN NIILLS llimplvcl clgirling . . . grain-ioiis :mel gleami- illg . . . gill ul' gala. lllllli lXll'l'f1Illil.l, XYm'l1l lllllIllJ0l'CL' . . . cmisviclilimls um- lrilxulor . . . Imlics :mil lricmlsliip. lill,l. NlON'l'CLONllCRY Skilll'11lslaicr. . . rcvcliiig rim . . . vilnuilit xnicv. ISOISISYIC MOON fitlllllllllllllySllllllllg... L1llll'Cll1lSSlC... strikingly swccl. l5ll.l.Y MOORE lflccl lcvl . . . clislimlivc IHLIIIIICI' . . umsislc-nlly l'0lIl'lC0llS. LYNN MORRIS Rcmlhlicziclccl run-gilmoul . . . sliimmcwing gnicly . . . merry iiizul-cup. lSRliNlJ.X NIORTON Klmisiclcmlc' ziflimis . . . tilizm trcsscs . . . ram' rcliziliilily. DIQNNIS NIllRl'llR1i1i Ol':itm'im'a1l clisplzly . . . culilzigiolis wit . . . "lluln'L'." BOYD NAXBURS liruising lmlorkvl' . . . "Sonny" . . . llzilmil- uzil linppincss. .. . URN Xlul'l,X ill mu :lml gram' . . . .lin xlmlvlulm . mcrcllc. 4 ' .ONH5 1 sl' ' ' A ' 1c'sn'x'xul. ' xic' 'Q XXll.l,UXX XltXX ION fQQ'llllillC' c':n'nc-stu' . . . 4 , , . cuIlL'm'lc'cl . . . Millllillg Nlllilll UORSIQY NIUIIOIHKJN I.llllgllll'l' :xml gui' I . . . A 1 . . . 5lIl7L'l'ID frivml. 90' 'wr BARRY uni-ix CLL-llllclllznllly xx . . .4 z 4 'Q A . . . lliSC KOHIIIICIIIN. QIXNIQY UXYICN Puisccl pixic' . . . guily glll'IklllUll5 . ilznshiug 0513. IFXNI I',XfIKl".R lizukslalgc asset . . . alraunzllin lll'L'llIll5 . allure Cycs. DUN NX IPX!-la clmucl' . . . Hvolcm cl lmlL'Ils." Lll.XRl.l-QS l'.X'l"l'ON Hlioogcl-" . . . c:u1'c-imc mnpcm . . . ph :mt lmrutllcr. l'R1iS'IkON I'.X'l"l'ON .X way with wmncn . . . lllilklh-lIlLllxk'l' quick-willed. Clzzrcircc llllUll'C . . . just :ask P010 . llc knows. BARRY l'If,'lA'l'I'l' ulllx' lJc"u'i11f- . . . Hlllillk cool" . gcnlccl QCIHICIIILIII. KAY PICIKI-INS Kliux . . . supcr-1 1 ' "yi ... allylc lass. Rl"l'll l'lClKli'IA'l' . . . gIillC1'illg glzunour. Clmlllmsc-cl :ami i'UlIIIX'Ii'lIl . . . chu "" lavnm' l'.XYNl'1 lmlispcmnlmlc llllfXVlIK'l't' . . . lllllilfllll u lorcyclisl . . . f'I'iCIldliIK'55 plus. Plf'l'lf l'If'l'lfRNl.XN Jlllllllllhkll . . . clcpclulnlxlc :mal callml jUNIORS NIICRRIIC l'lliRCIli 'igclit' sultncss . . . tonstxtiitly coniposctl . L'55t'llt'C ul' SWCCIIICSS. IIUDY l'll'I'ICN 'lvstiztl t'lt'gztut'C . . . llllliil-l-2lSl1l0ll1llJlC . i'ZlI7llX'ilIlllQ. LYNN l'l'l"I'S 'tl on tlit' gn . . . stmtllcrli smilc . . ml vitality. lililll PONDICR 'l'1'ly lmlilmlt' . . . Cllgllglllg ctltllztlltmctit . il1tt'1't'sting comUnzttimiztlisl. lilfl I lf l'RlYlf'l"l'l" itlic lmcllc . . . tctlzttious t11ctmJ1'x' . . ztrniing t'1itli:tl1t'c. lJl.XNlC PURYIS itllt-M t-lit-rgy . . . lxursting' with joy . . gms t-ntllusiztst. Vlll l'll'l'N.XNl ilitl knowlctlgt' . . . clcvzttctl itlezis . . tlmnitztlmlc l'ot'tilt1tlC. DOUG R.XCLl,.XND tllaiwztyk t':tpt'i's . . . lllllCl-3lllglllJlC tlili- iicc . . . iiiitiicatstlmlmlc mcrits. MXRY .I.XNlC RNY irtlilul glance . . . spcciul sparkle . . all-like tlztintiticss. MARY lilJl'l'll REDPS t'l'i'csliing rvtlliczttl . . . strictly at South- nct' . . . vcrszttilc vlC'lL5lJllI'gCl'. CAROLYN Rlil'l' 'clmmc :ttltlititm . . . spoiitatncous smile . . vatricty ul' tatlcnts. JIMMY RICKS ,ui-loving l'atx'o1'itC . . . "Rit'kCt"' . tccmctl liricmlsliip. KLX RY ROISIQRSON llllllilll'll L'lUlllll'lN'C . . . rctl-licattlctl riot . . lmcrlmcttutl lmmtstiilmts. t:txRol,x'N ROIBICRTS ' 'atlctitctl ztncl tramquil . . . l'o1'cvc1' ictitllv . . . qvnixxl :mtl good nztturctl. , t L CLXROI. ROIEICRTSON 1'tistit':ilmilitics . . . pert :mtl petite . . lzttlcl' :tml luctiiulcnt. V. , ,M ,Q mi 'l'.XYl,OR ROlilfR'l'SON lloncentratetl vigor . . . tlapper , . . it vested with inventivem-ss. IJ.Xl,li ROCQIQRS Constant rheerlulness . . . lively persoi ality . . . to know him is to like him. C1H.XRI,LQS ROCQILLIO The "Deerslayer" . . . manumission 1 mirth . . . rowdy hut restrainetl. liRNklS'l'lNlC ROSS Sparkling eyes . . . lrappy disposition . . unmatched sweetness. XVYXIHI' R0l'SSli.Xl' He laughs and the worltl laughs with hir . . . the mint ol' the julep . . . while ra KXYNIOND ROY Fountains and formulas . . . llicltlen mi: chief . . . kaleicloscopit' precision. ICLAINIC RllSSlil,l. Misses . . . clarion tone . . . lorever lasl ionahle. KICN S.XNlI'I,l-I Dangerous on tlelense . . . slxiriletl an lunloving . . . storehouse ol' lrientls. AIININIY SC1,X'I'liS Clonscientious and courteous . . . amiahl aims . . . barrel ol lun. SANDY SCIlll'R'l'Z "Fritz" . . . galavanting guy . . . inval able companion. 1012 Slil.l.lCRS True sincerity . . . presence is pleasa . . . unliorgettahly agreeable. Alli.-XNNIQ Slllll-'ORD Meridian Miss . . . hroatl smiles . . . tru a treasure. XVALTLR SISTRUNK Quiet and congenial . . . good-humort guy . . . generous clisposition. l'iX'I'RlCIl.X Sl.O.XN Perky pixie . . . "'l'rissie" . . . stylish an striking. RICKY SNIQICIJ Ford convertible . . . a rock-aml-roll lCllt . . . master merry-maker. jUNIORS WAYNE SNVCCLS lit l'urtl1ctlistznu'c.. . unlitilingly cllccr- nl . . . cnviatblc pop. -IUDY SOWIQLL Luncllc ol' hicntllincss . . . sweet an sugar . . witty rclnztrks. HUGH Sl'.XU1,lJlNCL hy grin . . . kintl word for everyone . . . bility :intl ztlztfrity. l.liS'l'liR SPICLI, l't't'sot1:tlity :intl pigs . . . long logs :tml cvis . . . rcvcls :intl ribbons. -IOIINNY Sl'lL1Sl5L1RCLliR line lm' znlvcltttlrc . . . Swingin' suininers . . tcrrilit' tcatsc. RICK S'l'.Xl.lllNCLS ,'i'tnnincnt Tlicspiztn . . . imnnncrztblc 'ricntls . . . :icutc annity. CIIIUCZK S'l'.XPl,li'l'ON Rznnblcrs . . . tlnnnpin' piano . . . littl- rous llivvcr. 'IOIC S'l'lil-IN Ucntccl gt-ntlcinztn . . . c-crtninlx' cour- tcous . . . cvzisclcss cltccr. DIANNA S'l'1il.lliN Poisc pcrsmiilictl . . . ii1L1'igttit1gCws . . . :xotit'at. l',X'l' S'l'lflNXVlNDliR lwinkling t-yes . . . "l':ippy Yoktnnn . . mlcztsztnt itnprcssioii. IIOANN S'I'll.I. Iontngimts sinilc . . . ratcliaitcw grztciotts- was . . . winsonic watvs. CLlfR.Xl.D S'I'UlXGHll.I, lbrttilit' trtnnphet . . . :tbountling liztppi- tcss . . . tlcpcnclztblc ways. Al.-XNIIC s't'oN1-3 X ct-t'tati1i stnilc . . . ctatpriciotts . . . Cx- luisitc clcgatncc. ROUKIK STOXYIQRS Xrtistit' :tbility . . . nnbounclctl illlilgillit- ion . . . giltctl tlilcttatntc. llR.'UVl.lQY S'l'l'l5l5l.lfl"lli1.l5 tikvztblc lil't-gtiaml . . . one ol' NI:tt"s non . . . ttblc strategist. by 5--qi! QF CHARLAYNE SULLIVAN Solemnly sedate . . . enriched with talent . . . esteemed by everyone. RACHEL SULLIVAN Small and sweet . . .infections grin . . Heat and unruflled. THEAUX SIILLIVIXN Delightfully different . . . impressive il dividual . . . bemix rheveux longs. il f t N A M jim- E '12-xY1,oR 'W il , . . ' . . . f ?itl1ll lriex . .l .1 sunny dis osition . . lx .oop ativ slgpit. I - JV C' A L XV tfxfilliw Q',W1,oR V :My Gridilruon great . . .ftelnior in the backhel 7 . Cf subtle smile. yan? ANN.-X MARY TIQRRY Stylish Miss . . . russet ringlets . . . vall able addition. CLINCQICR 'l'lI.XNIIiS Dreamy drawl . . . gay and grarell . . . vision ol lovelincss. FRED "I'IIONII'SON Happy-go-It1c'ky . . . perpetual pranksu . . . never a dull moment. LINIXX TINIJICR Qniuifal air . . . tumbling tresses . . avid scientist. Before the polished IJCI'I'0l'IIl2IIll'CS ol' l,II,' .XIINICR were pussilmle, many hour: ol' rehearsal and staging went into the production. N -8- j'UNIORS DICK TODD lflegzuil eloulliuii . . . joeulau' mirth . . . uiim'l1iex'ous eyes. NANCY '1'llRNlCR llncleninhle eh:u'm . . . miles ol amiles . . . cleliuilely ilCV1lSl2lllIlg. NXNCIY 'l'NVlC1Cl7Y Merry laugh . . . imlmish huumi' . . plenty nl' pep. -l.XNllCS lll'CIllllRC1ll Lllllliy auul likeuhle . . . Count on Lhc court . . . c'm'rei'L czileulzilious. lI.XROl.YN VAN lJlfYlfNl7lfR .Xmusiug :uuies . . . fllllillll . . . exhila- l'ZlllllQ lll1llllH'l'. ICRRY VERNON liziskelhzill lmuiuer . . . roaul runner . . . true hlue. KLXII, VIRIJICN llK'1llllll-Ill Immwu eyes . . . allways ll smile . . . huhhling wilh c'l1:1LLel'. lSli'l"l'Y XNHXRD l'elile lll1l1lk'lllUlhl'llC . . . illslzml ideals . . . rule :uul l'lllK'. .XNNX XV.Xlllf Railmiil rlieluric' . . . :lhle auul zulmirzilmlc . . . lllilglflllly lillhflllilllllg. Sl'llRCQliON XVlf..X'lillliR.Xl,l. Rullickiug mirth . . . keep it lmouuc' . . . "Slml'g,e." -l.XNlCilf XVlfl5l5 Sollrspukeu . . . Cllllfllllllg colleen . . uurivallecl lll'lllL'X'L'lIlL'lllS. K.X'lillY XYlil3ll Cluugeuinl mauuier . . . Rhode lmlzuul . . laughing auul lovely. ROS.Xl.lNlD NYl",l,CIll .Mlm-lu ailln . . . hleml with hexuuy . . lJl'lIllll'5 zuul creguu. .XlllSRliY NYl:1l,l.S 'l'ylaiug, whiz . . . lightning hXN'llllllCSS . lirequeully luuuy. IHCN XX'lCl.l.S lix11hei'zuu'e ol' wil . . . lll'lllll'i5 zuul pre- cision . . . l":ii1'lzme l'1lIlQlll4'. CNJ1 Q? CL' -sv 'Q 1 ,J 1 5 , ,Nl f lv T' 6 LOUIS NVELLS Restrained revelry . . . a hne fellow . . jocular jargon. CAROLYN WIII'I'Ii Dervy tlelicateness . . . relished refine ment . . . characterized by poise. .IOHNNIE MARIE XVIII'I'FIIiI,Il Typically excellent . . . rare ability . . obviously outstanding. TIM NVHITSE'I'T Dance band favorite . . . "living" . . talented trunipeter. BETTY CLAIRE XVILKI-LRSON Consitlerate and congenial . . . gentle an. genuine . . . inclivitlual charm. 11.12812 lVlI.I.l.'XMS Beautifie vision . . . leisurely conlposur . . . easy elegance. PAT WILI,.I.'XMS Irresistible charm . . . cheerful tlispos. tion . . . bundle ol pep. ROGER XVIl.I.I.-XMS Rollicking riot . . . naturally nice . . hearty hello's. TOMMY XVINDIIAM Chivalrous spirit . . . versatile and viril . . . truly trustworthy. SANIJRA XVYXIUI' Striking smile . . . lorever a favorite . . honey blonde. PAUL YARISROUGII Claniorous cornet . . . animated aclver turer . . . inipish grin. BOB ZIEPPRILCIIT Nonehalant manner . . . traveling tracl- star . . . eoinplaisant ease. 'F' . Ju 5 4. A ravi -'ag . Qfg5'?i'i5t5? My 1- li g " -, . Yh'. ig? A 0--Q 'lf 1 Soplmmore rlaiss uflirers Kerry Davis, Pres.: Doug Wills, Vice Pres.: Nancv Zuker, Sung Dorolliy Boswell, 'l'reus. ' Mary Rose Aliernullly .lame .'Xll1lIllS lfrecl ,Xclsit l,owell Allen Skippy Allen Alam ,-Xminznni Mary .Kim Anderson .john Amlerlou fll'1!l.l0ll .Muliiig Larry llallclwin Billy Hales llClly' 'lame Bull Ann llnrliour Rees llurksmlzilc Partly liarrnett Dexter Bari' Susan liurrelt .lolm llnllley Carrol Anne Beam Lliimny Beam X 'll nnn-,..au SOPHOMORES l Entlzusiastirally, but a little frightened, we, the largesl class ever to enter, Mzqrralz, jzreswzted our- Selves in tllfqliylflll. Througlzout the year ule I 'llflllllllj' lzerame accus- tomed tg life at lllurrah and began to feel fi deep atlarlz ment for it. lVe know' the memory of our sopho- more year shall Ile one of the most elierislzefl we slmll ever have. 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