Northwest Mississippi Community College - Rockateer Yearbook (Senatobia, MS)

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r hy' , ROCKETEER 1961 NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI JUNIOR COLLEGE Senatobia, Mississippi 5 by 1 N 7. a wQ rw M. 1: WXQ g XP' ,Tai ,x ,, ,pg ,QQ- I wx Y x XS' X . .A 1 x X N Ya 15 42 .v fi f QSM, , .qmlf X '- f x -ffm I I - sv' 355' f if - f ,. . ,Q gig. - - k , g 1 , k xg - i ,: , 1.-Q V 1 K .M-4,1-X x ,. A .X . - fy, 'fx ,egg,3f,4fQ5g5, ,wf--f fl ggyg , J. : '-r w : -+, ..- , K ' .A 1 1, -- I 1. .V f -' - . 5 2r,.6..S2?vXQ Y ' C -M Okwgiiqswafg-f' -ifi v j , V ww- ,Q -fxmzvi-Qimdfiffb , M-gx,g'i bfxigis'-.xqgxl.-yi 'K xg 59' ix x 'F wgbfxggi- S' Zwzbiff-fer 5 - , uf.-X wt V ,X fi: 'N'-x..w.A.,:m:1,ff5,jvf+.,t 5-kiwi, fl x - - K lj-H' gg: AqfMN:?,g? X Q- My V Q, W. . k, M . srwwww Nw? QQ 3 igigk xy. M Q M y Qm, 4- .gag . 1-fi: ff-,V z I- sf . if, W 5 if Q2NM.f,,,,.,,ix WM. s N, X Q .,,.,,.. X 1 - 4 7 I ,M V,-df' 'vfgf .. JM-,,,...w ,,,,,,, I ,ff Q-:nfl an ,H dr'-' Q., fi --.:. . vc X- X V Q A Ag! 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'X , ml J N' 1 , X N X .N -. ,. .,,- .N- ,.A...,i,:,E..,,...... -........,.,.. ,..,,.g.1....,.,mtMI.x X - Dedication l :vig f W , in W my ,, Bi 'sc E QV Because of the great display of enthusiasm and effort with which they built a Number One team in the state we the Annual Staff are proud to dedicate our 1961 Rocketeer to the Ranger Football Coaching Staff: Head Coach, Jimmy Jobe, Line Coach, Charles Duck, and End Coach, Jack Adams. 4 Board Of Trustees Don Barlett, Pres. C. B. Walder, Sec. Homer B. Appleton Max Billingsley W. L. Brewer C. H. Coffey Mrs. J. L. Campbell L. V. Craig Charles Crawford Mrs. E. W. Crowley Mrs. Van East Wilson Edmondson Otho Givens, Sr. C. C. Holloman is Mrs. T. P. Howard Simpson Hurdle Wade Kellum Robert Redding John Rich R. E. Rutherford Dr. Robert P. Sayle J. T. Schultz V. H. Spier Mrs. W. S. Taylor W. L. Wallace T. G. Wells Mrs. I. H. Whiteside Ben G. Wynne iw, 50 ww Y -fqsnwlx 'lw To the Freshmen, this, your first year in college, l feel sure, has been a glorious and stimu- lating experience. May each of you in future years dedicate yourselves to worthwhile goals and may striving to attain these goals dominate your every thought. For the second-year students, you are approaching a period that we designate as gradua- tion. In reality, may leaving the hallowed halls of this institution serve as a stimulus to go into life and exercise the principles and ideals that have been yours. We would like to assure you that your Alma Mater is ever interested in your welfare, and l trust that throughout the years you may cherish the memories of days spent here. May you always remember your Alma Mater with pride is my wish. It is my sincere wish that the guidance and inspiration that have been yours under a de- voted faculty have been worthwhile, and that they will serve you in good stead in the future years. f R. D. McLendon President 6 There are many areas of growth in life Our growth at Northwest starts with Spiritual Growth. 'N-. if H - .s,?n.f' Church sponsored parties start the year off Ywiintlu. Wesley and other denominational clubs are organized wanf' YN' -459' Christian Fellowship is held for members of all denominations. Spiritual Growth 5-io 4 s-no Christmas came and left us with that won- derful feeling of Peace on Earth. Counselors are provided to help with any problems. W2 ""':'7' if aff 'K M' . V4 W 4 , 'gz , . ,ky AG, I ' 5 .ey 3 ' V ' i -- ,,,. Z az? . F f 5 , . f- . A' I . 1 r f ' X wma .jawn Bible classes are held. 3 s 2 if c Intellectual Growth Northwest stresses the impor- . tance of intellectual growth iust as spiritual. Joe Tennyson and Andy Baker won the intramural debate contest. 'X J Individual attention from Miss Holliday, well as from all the teachers at North- west, enable a student to do his very best. as GS hi Our business department is well equipped. A l Mr- cools supervises C Drawing dass' 'IO U Intellectual Growth M, DIY M 3 , Clothing Appreciation helps to give an ap- preciation for appropriate dress. -.s9P'1i..,.n"- f , 55 rx! sig: nj' 'QTEK Mr. Caldwell instructs Clinton Burns in Electronics. 'I'l Different aspects of Home Economics help to prepare girls for the future as better homemakers. ri ,R K f .' 'V .K 'iii' an . s X f- 'X ,W . . -I r Family Meal Planning discusses all the problems of food preparation. ,yy hx KX A surveying class at work. Intellectual Growth David Baird and Dee Biggers learn to operate the Duplicator and the illuminated Drawing Board. The quietness of the dorm between 7:30 and 9:00 gives most of the girls time to study. Miss Darby gives a piano lesson to Mike Leech and Mary Roberts. Zoology lab for those who prefer looking through a microscope. 'I2 Eff ,f im ,fl T il lntellectual Growth Very interesting! Spun 'UOCSIIU 'WN ustnv Eff? R sl- x l 5? Q 5 M Q " fig 2, 4 5 , . Mary Evelyn Edwards tries her hand at art. 'r ,. Clarence Jordan and Bill Auston per form an experiment. Danny tries to get a point across. 13 ' . ,Vw..f "V " fs if ' 74' fx. PM Pat Sutton cmd Tate Murley get set for a game of tennis. - V "' .JEL V dung W wx .43 -fit" ,gy , - .. 1 , S' it .Q . N Q. ,V pm ,515 "' .w 03 5- Nw 'YK , V" ,if 1xg9z3?w gfwzrn' 42- A - fit' -1 .3224--fgf'i 'V AJ55x1f'R 9 3511- fy, Q l, , , its N , ' 3'jJV. 22:43 1?--iw ci fr Q, ,J'a,'A.: .fi ,, ',,3.Q,f'1 IWf's.T"'1, ,NM , . V isp' ,, f.. -1 -QA "3 X as QF 'lu Hz Ny.-ff? ,E-'f'Mi" i f- gie fffffx . " ' rlgmvil 51 , r ,N 4. . Q -' .ff " - '55 if F' a ,wh .Mg ,wi 534 . .44 .j ,ap , wx! wt :Q ng .15 3 -J ., I , . H57 I. -I la sy .5 ,ua f . H " r "2 1 - 'sffffff af zen'-if 1" ev ii , lj 1.4 ' ' , 4 5' ' 1 Margie Slack seems to prefer pole climbing. Physical Growth Our main source of physical growth is P.T. Petrecia Kopf and Francis Dunn beat all past records as they race around the gym. Now boys don't over exert yourselves! Volley ball anyone? Coach Duck makes sure his boys can protect them- selves. Cindy Lee excells in dancing. Hit the birdie! Come on Nancy we know you can make it. Children just have to play, but it is good exercise. I-99' l Campus Growth ElXlROl,LlilENl x , -I 9: 1 ' x ' , . A s fir, QQQ rxuu boo 700 1 t 3 Q 5 l l I V H. - :4.,,- . f 1 ,- ' f'- f .V ,ggy - .Q ,,,,g f, A , "Ji Ztfsifiwsg f U P f wx, w4.4k,f.f'M,.m,,-wf ,, . ,HM ff. ,4 J! 2,4 fm-a-wi ' V Vbvv D if 53150 i 935 xfl'c'll,l.1llC1,m lXlUl' 'l'l'iV'kxs.3l ON 9 As Jeannett Wells and Dorothy Tackett point out, Northwest began 1960 61 with the largest enrollment it has ever had. This increase in enrollment may have been caused by the expand ing of facilities. A third floor was added to Denley Hall and a new wing to Bobo Hall cw X rms 1 The McLendon's Home l l .,,. L W ,'?3W'Qf"' The auditorium is a modern building capable of seating 650. The cafeteria which was completed recently, is very efficient. ,vw l"'- -1s1s"""""f The field house has modern facilities for the home and visiting teams. It is easi- ly accessible to the auditorium. fs, lez: Q'?ilf5ss,- 1 Our relatively new Library is well equipped with books, magazines, newspapers, and periodicals as well as with a competent librarian and staff. fi 1, , , ,Q V ,s x . 4 vii : 3 -4 ' 2 4, X is ' ,, ,gwizf K Ai Miss Chapman finds her new office " "" f V 3 iust perfect. M A ' 'sef , if 2 4 . ff X, I Z:- ll gl These are iust a few of our new 1 eg faculty homes. , VH , Y .., ..,. W , N' Work begins. Northwest is now in the process of building a new Music Building attached to the Auditorium. I 8 ' I Social Growth in l My I n ' ,mpc 9 i .1 , K 1 Best dancers in action-Tommy Fuqua and Northwest has its share of parties and Dorothy Brown. Gerry makes them all. P0ef"Y in Motion Taking it easy in the Rec Hall .if rl Q vu W . , ,bv S Mike Leech and his band provided some top-notch music all year. 'I9 ...els The Homecoming Dance was one of the highpoints of the social season at Northwest. QS.. nwmq- a BSU socials offered diversions from the strenuous hours spent in study. An excellent way to get acquainted with fellow students is attend some of the church socials . . . as Mary Martin and Karen Smith demon- strate at a BSU party. The Rec Hall never suffers from lack of patronage . . . even during test weeks. The Valentine dance in the Rec Hall was another success- ful undertaking on campus. A formal tea is held for the graduates ch May. Mrs. Bobo's initial shock at her surprise birthday party. Well, girls l'll start my diet tomorrow 1134-K M , Caffey and Wally monopolize the scene. 21 ,nw x May I have r tx this dance? School Calendar-23 Organizations-75 Administration-H9 CCNTE NTS Features-37 Athletics-99 Classes-131 , 3? 302 QL Most of the day consists of moving. Registration begins September 'HY' September arrives and school begins Everyone has a friendly hello. 23 ss ' 1 - Q S Wheels turn once again! .1457 ,aff ...jfli ' Expert Advice L.,,,f -4'2" X l X 1 ' Think ! N 'HQ x pil I it x A I I'm really not sure now. At last we get to give them our money. 'Lan October T55 .. EW. .W M Pauli.. Q H URW wE5T MAKE S FLOATS - l J STU R X --A" i1:iiiif.i" Y MISSES? PEP CLUB? FIVE PRETTY GIRLS? All Add Up To-Homecoming! Worthy Assistants - School Days 1860 Let's Go Team Are we supposed to look at the cars or Our royal Homecoming Court at last comes into view. the girls? 1 A .. .ic The Cosmetology girls worked hard on this A I s o in October comes Halloween ond we follow o ur motto true To form .... V . 7 M, ,,,,,,,, W'!U 'H f... "Only the Best at Northwest" pgggwzvi Competition for the best costume is very keen. 1 Mk , U 'mf Leopard girl! A A11 night long. x Ng Y srirksw.-0-' Take it easy Ernie. November And Freshman Day Fine, and You Mr. Possum? I'll be loving you eternally. H ll Heil Hitler, er ---- Sophomores Industrious, aren't they? N 1 X x Jw i ' WW' . 1 ,F I I - X, -,:' '.f1i'f.fla-3 '- Q. Harmony now girls. What is it? 28 December B.S.U. Banquet X,. we 2 We Q , A :N N X -,.,L 'aj on ' . rt K' Q, B. S. U. Members perform Sing Chipmonks, you too Alvin. Living Christmas Tree fiifffg, x I, wx-,siwilkr Watch your manners. 29 me lL ,, .W- Jakie and Bonnie Look what we got is 'ov fx o :Nj-V ' . 1 2551 v7 . - lf fb ,- S! M5 Decorating for Christmas, Mrs. Glen? Say cheese! 30 January , M Q' f -Q9 XX ,f"211'W gig Second Semester - Second Chance WS a1m0Sf 0Ve1' now! K 53 3, Q45 i Moving into the dorm. Our Student Activity Card, Please 2 2 . 4 ! t 1,5 fm, I I -.A Classes begin once more. 31 xx.. ,J A K we .f ', Nei ' ' '77 3?""ffi? :' , ,.' , L ..,., v 131' , Lp 'K 43, This month was highlighted "Guys and Dolls" February Q 5 the campus musical be Nobody knows how to dance like Mobile Everyone had fun at the Valentine's Dance! Surely Wayne sent me this Valentine! 5 N ,yu V 'T"'---...,..,,, :rf X v:?.l,: ,. i ,as t 3 if ' - .,, N.. x .1 :fri My 'Q , ' . 'i g as 5 ' '- was Auuy gt , , 9, ,,...,-- 59. , Q -'31 ,,..,,,.-W' Y NJ f -vewsrwi I 'a " .y ' i 'XY fi f g'i?'W' X l me ,. X irjix fx . . s 5' if:-i 5' an fr ., 'in 9 x Q-E ,AWN 'sum sf' at Q Ye? ,t . Ann Wylie and Mona Bowers agree that March comes in like a lion and brings with it .... H 1 f 1 w Q p nl 3 g il 1. I 3 J i SQ: 4 The Spring Formal Court awaiting the decision-Pe- tricia Koph, Margie Stafford, Barbara Havens, Barbara Miller and Nancy Veazey. as A ass? , x .: W if as P March xy H m . , X, Barbara Miller, Lind West, Petrecia Kopf, Lightie Dandridge, 1Shirley, our sponsorl, Nancy Bennett, Barbara Havens, Henry Moody, Karen Smith, and LaDene Hudson as models in the spring fashion show sponsored by Sears. 4 3 1 in 'z . l Petrecia models rainwear. B. Q 2, - , Ii' . Q 'Q A ' A-nf 1 'Zi 4' 4 1 'Q i-, "' i 52 gf -L1 -Y 2 E Q .N X Xxx X m tk., W X :K YEA N ' . V Tix Yi A .1 'X-,X .' gi f iii: 5 , Isis, s"'N k 5' Q i rg 1 L, H ff t 'Q -5 . ., 1 ' ' h X rf' 9 .A 'if 1' 'Q-1 ll "f 3 1 . 5 gy Q S V NJ. f I., Q Y , , 5 5: " 3 -- , . 3 1 . 4 -' , . , ,sir " f Q A X A ' S' airs t it H t f - is ."zf 2 ri i f t 'X f S . T 1 iii ' A -A-' A W E i 71 l. A . Y We 2 , A sg gi. Betsy McCormack, Linda West and Patricia Adams Henry, Mrs. Jobe and Linda all in orange. singing on the "Big Seat." , April April showers confine us to our dorms, buf we make good use of our time .... ' "'1Hf"f" - X, -- ' ' ' ' ,v ,...f""l. 'fn Nancy Veazey and Harriet June Walker find typing awfully amusing. lg? Steve at last finds time to study. Lightie supervises in the kitchen. ' , .X M J ,A Mrs. Matthews and some of her girls find time to watch their favorite TV program. Well our rations are still hold- Dottie looks at the world at a There are always some to get ing out pretty good. different slant these days. in mischief. 34 fi , Waiting for time to go- The parents of the graduating class attend a tea at the McLendons. May , E . ' j., " ' ' .L Q1 A W ' N 4' vi X I 3 59 Everybody loves to talk- 99455759 f .. ' pw Y At last we're on our way- I 35 t The Commencement Exercise Two years of many memories...-.Good-bye Northwest! QM HBE? ,X , 1 rm 0. 'id'-3 ' . my pw W -Q F giwwhx' ' 1 , ,I l 2 M? vga' 1 -4 s M-ff I , JW' A: gn, ww 2 ' diff' dn' gf, 5' If Q, M , 3+ f If K fzwlfai gfnitw 2 F . iffffy 4 , 5 'V Z f, ,W 5 A fx Em 139 4' ' .1 0 c. er., Hall of Fame Membership in the Hall ot Fame is the highest degree ot recognition that a student may attain. The members are chosen by the faculty on the basis of character, scholastic ability, constructive leadership, and contribu- tion to the betterment of Northwest. Those receiving this honor ot being select- ed to the 1961 Hall ot Fame are: Carol Ann Howles Marshall Jenkins Max Lee , wg 4 Y X ,' .4'L.-f-"5ZKLV- ?ffig',5gf51.,ygJb?4:35 ,,.J,1,5q.x4 1 f .fqd ,vf,2,, rx me V4 ff ., W '- . ,?x,.,4.6s Y Y 1 tx 1 , 4 vf'f-in +4,'?f,'.-f fu, .Q , iff, 'Vi . Q' vfWmW i,'? f ,A X :Xe x-'XA-5,3 'Jr' , 4. N W f A - ff- a y 'J .. W N M '1fG?v , 2 . W- , x Nail-1. ' U WW Mr Max Lee n M:ss Barbara Maller -if Y - f M 2.4 , , . s 4 4 iff ' .A :jay A gf Xa'- 1 Q? ?, Sf if '15 " -mx-'SLN .-ig I gf :.sfPgw?-A 133' '- vi 3"v.'r.5xXL.2 V . 5'-wifi? wx- 'Q at mwbj Lgsgxw sf KW mi wg wr Qellfkim' pi, 25. -K N Q5 x if 4 Q we it W L- , XFN . JA, V f Y 4 Q .ww 3 If ,fy bbw x 1 li.. Q45 ,, 54285 Q rf'-firiif 5 7, nf Ywgf irfifg ' ' :T , 5555-1 ' Lffy:. g5?f: 1- 3-ff ., in -Y' 45:7 ' - . , , , , X X . ,,. X Q X " f 'X my x N , gg, Q., ' BEA UTY-Margie Stafford W4 1 5 1, W 1 li' -M ,I . , 9 wah An wk 5 , , D 'BEAUTY-Carol Anne Howles ,M Af WWW-Q Miss Anne Finger Miss Pefrecio Kopf X ,V BEAUTY si., 3, . X 'N- . , w vw 'S' Yi 'M il- I X4-f A ii NX xk NOMINEES Miss Mary Shipley Miss PC1fSy Morgan Migg Nancy Veqley 'QFX Q K 0 Q- - ffl Q- x 6 x f -'Q . Eff, ' . -1-I W -X ff ,PLE X , M , ,mv . 1 5 f 1 -..- 1 , PREFERRED MEN Tl Bryce McCollougl1 Jimmy Hollingsworth Mox Lee Donald Randolph so Sieve McCluskey Preferred Men Nominees: from left to right-Gene Henderson, Charles Allen, Norris Boren, Gene Caldwell, and Billy Joe Plunk. V .wwf i 5 MOST POPULAR-Barbara Miller and Bryce McCullough FRIENDLIEST-Barbara Havens and Mike Cresfman , . ' E ,jg " , if E Qu. Q., Aw I if if E ., HQ M M -vw ,g-.Z-. -,, .Q f W6 " .uf ' ,Q gi ' N. P 4".j?: . .Q 3' 'L' , 5 . 3 'slr' J- 1 Kiwi MCDST STYLISH and BEST DRESSED-Ida Margaret Sher- man and Jimmy Hollingsworth CUTEST-Margie Stafford and Tommy Fuqua y BEST DANCERS-Dorothy Brown and Tommy Fuqua WITTIEST-Bonnie Darby and Jakie Darby MOST LIKELY to SUCCEED- Max Lee and Bonnie Ogle - MOST VERSATILE-Carol Ann Howles and Max Lee SOPHOMORE CLASS FAVO- RITES-Mary Shipley and Max Lee FRESHMAN CLASS FAVORITES -Barbara Havens and Mike Cressman , x Q MOST ATHLETIC-Bryce McCulough ALL AMERICANS-Tommy Poff and Bryce McCulough .S ,M flk I I IW, Who s Who 1 1, 0 4 QA, ,f FJ., 35 , 2, C, , Q, OUTSTANDING SCIENCE STUDENT George Willioms OUTSTANDING SOCIAL SCIENCE STUDENT Bonnie Whaley ln The Classroom Il I II TTT? ' OUTSTANDING SPEECH STUDENT Andy Baker OUTSTANDING TECHNICAL EDUCATION STUDENT William Wolle OUTSTANDING ENGLISH STUDENT Mary Evelyn Edwards f""' OUTSTANDING MUSIC STUDENT Myra Moore OUTSTANDING .IOURNALISM STUDENT Marshall Jenkins OUTSTANDING HOME ECONOMICS STUDENT Lc:Dean Hudson I S- """'i' OUTSTANDING EDUCATION STUDENT Lily Ruih Shoemake OUTSTANDING PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENT Yvetfe Fooshe """""SsM OUTSTANDING FRENCH STUDENT .lane Sfewarf OUTSTANDING MATHEMATICS AND ENGINEERING STUDENT CI1arIes WaIIace OUTSTANDING BUSINESS STUDENT William Earl Sowell OUTSTANDING AGRICULTURE STUDENT Thomas Durreif hh ' X' OUTSTANDING COSMOTOLOGY STUDENT Delores Koph ,,1 gy at Q A W Homecoming Queen-1960 Miss Barbara Miller 1 I 9' I 1 ' if ' 4 525' 42,4 V K1 5 z rf if r X rx-f 'W fig. 6,4- 4 f 4 X 1 if . 1 3? V g f' ' af bf ff in H g I f 5 awww mx A 3 .ri 2 7 I M I X X, I X p4 QM,-QP' H' M Miss Linda Wes! Miss Ida Margaret Sherman Miss Carol Anne Howfes Q Q 1 E I if gif 5 if ff was ,, M x En, X' x E s 1 pf X L A , . N J , X ZW- x a,..m4' 0" 'N v r-is 1 ' :m - , . as W ' Q wwf 'xw 1 ' ' C Miss Mary Shifdfey ,, fp Qtmquivng lU lllnlvvl Homecoming NM a ' . ' ' : W' Ah , if ' W 'P' ei Q -, vu, 1. , A-,V W V I ' - ,,g,f,, qw ,if , ,Q J I Q .V 'K .a 1 1? if , .A fksiiiiiq' GA. UW rf' I,,,,,,.,,,i . ...Q If Qaigff vi tvs: - 3+3T5"',qf '5w ff- fllX V Y-f ... gh .b. 'A 4 .ilfgf Q, Nix -:sf Z. 66 Parade Homecoming Dance Crowning of the Queen 1961 Homecoming Court 69 , x1:.,,M xwx 'wi .3 ww e n mn .WMV X is ,- , 4... I X Spring Formal Court 5 I n 5 ' Fronn left to right: Bully Wells, Barbara lVI.iller, Mike Crestman, Petricia Kopf, Barbara Havens, Frankie Pritchard, Davld Powell, Nancy Veazey, Steve McC1uskey, Margie Stafford. Student body president-Gene Henderson presents Barbara with crown. W 2' - A , ,iv gr, f Miss Barbara Miller 14 5 L3 Mi. 1'-, ' ,-L: ,A Miss Pefrecia Kopf 5-'O 2, 1 d if. X M 4 s . i 4 l 5 Miss Margie Stanford fin 9 4 ' 1 ..f"iN, ' Q. R Miss Nancy Veazey v 8 a.aFQne,.,,: N " THE QUEEN n 45 r2'95'f' --q.,.- 5 , M ,W ,A - qi X .. I I A , ,. H Y , ,V ,-x., ,. ,QW r ,. ,M if , X 1 'QV x i fe- .ff E f fi? . ., ,. .+ 5 ,xx-539 S.. b X 9 fm V . ,nw - e X -- MA V x .A - M. . Q , ' - , . A V. - Lv::,-M - Q a , MM' A . .,,,f .KN N 'Y' M' f I ' "JS, ff A imma, A ink- .gov ,. , ... E , gy 5 R, X 5 we 'WX fl T R716-'F'94"l'S'm :ljS"M' wx X X-Q, ' fig? ' A . of JN .inks-4,, , X 'N JV M .W....,,,. I wg, e, N. K W L, M , , N., W...-. View , - N KN X :K Aw, Aix 493, .V W V 8,2 on vga' M. 4 XX ,N 'WF l 1 N' e .. Af' fav Af!fh-4f1--if gi, f Q -F 'fn emfifm .X x ft d 3,-,, " .K f , , ,Qr + M' , 0 AN 1 -' Gene looks on while Dorothy gaily dances away. Now David don't dance that way 73 The crowded dance floor. Andy Anderson and the "Dawn Breakers" 1 ,iv im-A-"""' ,,,., V X rwmww. . . V' WR 4 WX W Margie and Steve are the center of attraction. ws,-an-,fx .uv an-sf W if 1., . 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A" T . x li , " - - x" ' 5 x " W Q wh QR Sfudem' Council Officers seated from left to right-Howard Thompson-Vice-President, Gene Henderson - President, Carol Anne Howles-Secretary, Gale Wright-Treasurer. Back row: David Williams, Joe Tennyson, Andy Baker, Max Lee, Jim Carrington, Will Butler, Melvin Mullen, Sims Davis, Mr. Blackwell. Middle row: Joe Moore, Betsy McCormack, Judy Timmons, Jamie Miller, Barbara Havens, Bonnie Darby, and Jim Ed Larson. Presidentf-Gene Henderson 76 Phi Befa Lambda Wesfminisfer Fellowship -A of l , 0 Al ' 'gf My -.... ' 'mix 4 3 1" 'JI' A 5 SX was Kg w 5 S. Q N' sig ' A 'A A?6N K sf TES WS X A ' M Q' . SGA , X , , 9.1 Qwe- ,M55 , X-Q-i--Q, '. -we ,.,, 51 J ia ' ': M + 'Q X.,gW5aQsf5:e.m, if ' M' 1 ' Y i 'Ca fi ,.y h From left to right: Roland Smith, Joe Tennyson, Joe Latham, Palmer Smith, Gale Wright, Carol Ann Mc- Minn, and Peggy Dettor. Phi Thefa Kappa G . ummm 1mmv From left to right: Marshall Jenkins, William Earl Sowell, Joan Bray, Carol Anne Howles, Bonnie Whaley, Mary Thorton, Ruby Seales, Max Lee, Miss Wade, Charles Wallace, Amye Sansom, Nora Westbrook, Shirley Woolfolk, Dottie Dilmore, Mary Evelyn Edwards. gi: ,.v.An r 'F ll A . fl. sd?" YW .QT President-Max Lee, Vice-President-Charles Wallace, Secretary-Carol Anne Howles, Reporter-William Earl Sowell, and Sponsor-Miss Wade. Ph: Thefa Kappa Pledges .10 Mrs. Akin, Linda Scruggs, Carolyn Bailey, June Powell, Jane Stewart, Bonnie Ogle, Janelle Paramore, Shirley Smith, Barbara Goodwin, Velda Carter, H. B. Ross, Lynn Long, Ouita Byars, Joyce Mathis, David Powell, Joe Tenneson, Frankie Brown Social Science Club 2 ?? ,S 2 , 5, Z3 us A ,,,, , Andy Baker, Charles Thornton, Bobbie Ray Cates, Rowland Smith, Jim Bowers, Amy Samson, Joanne Bray, Paul Heffner, Pat Sutton, Harold Ellis 79 M Bi Editor-Nancy Bennett Assistant Editor-Ida Margaret Sherman S-85 .TW N sl 5,-..-3 W' is - .px ,as From left to right: Anne Wynne, Robert Seay, Nancy Veazey, Gene Atkins, Jean Caldwell, June Powell, Jamie Miller, Harriet Walker, Shelby Powell, Barbara Maxwell, Judy Coker, Barbara Havens, Thelma Tucker. Seated: Ruth Wages, Margie Stafford, Elmira Stewart, Ida Sherman and Nancy Bennett. Ranger Rocket Staff m I' 2 ' YQ, f , 1 ,cf f ii Z, ' 5 , -V f' -, -in , 9, 0 .1.1.5 ' ' ' .' 'diwfi-ff" , fffmf, Q' ' f 'TH I Megmxww. v -,,fF:h""'s- 'Www From left to right: Ben Cartenhour, William Minor, William Earl Sowell, Tommy Tony, Gene Atkins, Robbie Pat- terson, Gene Henderson, Jane Stewart, Patsy Parks, Harriett Walker, Robert Seay, Seated: Amye Sansom, Joan Bray, Marshall Jenkins, Nancy Veazey, and June Powell. Executive Editor-Marshall Jenkins 81 Debate Club - at V .,A A , W 1 sf. 'vw . . , A f '-YMLQ2? , .1 -' ff ,w , Q L , .f . XJEEEQQ . V , f-rn . . , :- rs,-fx, 'M , mf' From left to right: George Hayles, Frankie Brown, Gene Henderson, Joe Denley, Andy Baker, Joe Tennyson, Wil- liam Earl Sowell, LaDene Hudson, and Petrecia Kopf. NORTHWEST DEBATE CLUB OF 1960-61 The debate club enioyed an interesting season of intramural and inter- collegiate competition. Among the several opponents cf the Northwest debate team were "Ole Miss," Freed-Hardeman, Northeast, and ltawamba, to name only a few. Standing out as one of the year's highlights was the Regional State Tournament conducted at East Central Junior College in which a number of the Junior Colleges of Mississippi participated. Adding to this feature was the "Ole Miss" workshop held early in the year on the University of Mississippi campus, an event in which the Northwest team engaged with much enthusiasm and pleasure. The team established one of the best records ever compiled at Northwest, winning more than three-fourths of the debate matches from the opposition. The negative team lost only one contest throughout the year. 82 Home Economics Club rg ,,,3 may 5 , . we A I A Q ., ,K H , . ,mra , I A V W? I' .s utxwwy X. 'I From left to right: Janice Herring, Katherine Wallace, Martha Butler, LaDene Hudson, Shelby Powell, Mary Shaw Mary Evelyn Edwards, and Cora Ward. The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to interest girls in the voca- tion of Home Economics. The topic of the program are centered around home demonstrations and home management. 83 3,- W A I, 4 ,Aww -:gf 5 , ,",. jf g 2 , Bapfisf Sfudem' Union Q.g,---..q-.f-.4-..- . V Ion ,,,.i. -+- ,N 5 rf: si- f Jack Wilson-Social Chairman, Thelma Tucker-Devotional Chairman, Myra Moore- Publicity Chairman, Robbie Patterson-Program Chairman, Mary Katherine Abernathy-Social Chairman, and Amy Sansom-Secretary 84 Wesley Foundafion 188' From left to right: Butch Berry, Nancy Bennett, Clay Baker, Betty Lynn Bryant, Charles Mixon, Margie Stafford Mike Cresfman, Mary Dean Thorton, Bonnie Whaley, Bobbie Branscomb, Anne Finger, Ouida Byars, Madoline Chil- ders and Lillian Bailey. ' Officers: left to right, Madolin Childers, Charles Mixon, Lillian Bailey, and Anne Finger. iwnn lnferdenominafional Council ,l i 39" 'QW From left to right: Mr. Woolfolk, Mr. Shaw, Miss Holliday, Rodney Hentz, Margie Stafford, Margie Slack, Myra Moore, Gale Wright, and Palmer Smith. lLibrary Staff From left to right: Faye Norsworthy, Bobbie Branscomb, Yvette Foshee, Betsy McCormack, Bonnie Whaley, Rob- bie Patterson, and Jean Caldwell. i ,.-., ,fm 40" ,M-1 mam SWE Sn? R 3 'Q 1 .LAL wwf C osmefology Club fxwv I f 29 W vf' Agriculfure Club w x QS' 4 ,M W NY M vm- wc 5 sf f my Y- Dramafics Club From left to right-back row: John Tackett, Jim Carrington, Polk Tillman, Bill Austin, Mike Crestman, Charles Wilson, Frankie Daws, Joyce Shealy, Ruth Wages, Karen Smith, Mary Martin, Bobbie Branscomb, Bill Taylor, Tommy Fuqua, Ada Willis, Barbara Maxwell, Mary Jane Trippier, Betsy McCormack, Lottie Walker, Lorena Maxwell, Almyra Stewart, Betty Jo Gaines, Frances Dunn, and Margie New. 5, f N:-' Frankie Daws-Pres., Bill Austin-Vice-Pres., Mary Martin-Sec.-Treas. 88 Delia Psi Omega 5 i S 'XJ' as ...df f-uf From left to right: Frankie Daws, Betsy McCormack, John Tackett, Mary Martin, Bill Austin, and Margie New Delto Psi Omega is on honorary society in Dromatics. i The cast to "The Class Menageriei' included Margie New, Clarence Jordon, Joy Schiele, and Robert Cannon. 89 Mrs. Horton gets Clarence ready for his role in "The Glass Menagerie." Y 49 63" Mary Martin and Frankie Daws as Nathan Detroit and Adelaide, the victim of a fourteen year engage- ment. Adelaide and the Hot Box Girls Betty Jo Gaines, Betsy Millwood, Mary Martin, Karen Smith and Lo- rena Maxwell. J- Y The cast of "Guys and Dolls" our campus musical directed by Mr Rackard. . ' 9 Big Jule and his gang shoot craps. 90 - f Betty Jo Gaines and Tommy Fukua as The HPIGHSG, Adelaide", says Nathan. Cuban Dancers. i ' an Betsy Millwood, Karen Smith, Lorena Maxwell, Betty Jo Gaines, and Almyra Stewart. 91 The Norfhwesf Marching Band mass, ww a M., f 1- www M" '-'49315 W " ' ' ' W. H ex , i I ' ,"3f+Q,,' - fri jhffmig 1 Q , , Q , Mg-ga i M f- - A, wr' X X , 5 Q ., L 1 , ..- . 1 , VY 5-5.2 QQ? - A Q. gg 'jf -'Ll ' K' - ia! H .Qi N A S N . ,,,Q-off' V J Al "'w-.1v--1-f 7' ' .... f ff-Y ff ,,Qy,3 - div W J .Jw t , 1,,- . -, A"""'Q-1 -'N X' V -. 'fl-Q f .14 .Q Ae-f ,- ..f,f..,,,:,,-s al nw -A-:N--f - fp' M M 'K X " J' -- ,Uv " f . x ' ' -x k ' --.V 1 iw.. f L 4ST ,. 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A W" 1 ' v 4 r I . 0' v 4, sq WV' P ssikqx 'x fn X -v-1..,,f:xv'.-lrvr. ni: vw in -" " , Q . . ?f'.f-.V fn .. ips. . .. -vl"'5'l f"1a Y L 1.23 1 libs' . 2-as Mx, From left to right: Marcus Luckie Know Fowler William Wolfe Jimmy Sneed Jimmy Davis Mary Roberts John Tackett Dorothy Brown Barbara Maxwell Mary Ella Steiner Mike Leech Bill Austin Tommy Fuqua Harold Clawson Frankie Brown Jimmy Sparks Carol Ann Howles Truman Cantrell Fred Mims Ed Archer Betty Jo Gaines Barbara Havens Clarence Jordon Wayne Gay Ben Cartinhour Frankie Daws Polk Tilhnan Eoncerf Band Mike Leech-President, Tommy Fuqua-Vice-President, Betty Jo Gaines-Secretary, Ida Sherman-Captain of the Misses, Barbara Havens-Misses Captain and Assistant Drum Majorette, Clarence Jordon-Drum Major. 93 .I an-10' X Drum Major-Clarence Jordon lgeaturettes--Carol Ann Howles and Dorothy rown .9 l '- a- 4118? .N Q 5 : . A , IQ 1 1 -Z . 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X ' , xg f I . - v, Captains of the Northwest Misses- Ida Margaret Sherman and Barbara Havens 95 Norfhwesf Miss s VZ., ,, , ,K rf 1,10 From left to right: Barbara Havens, Ann Wynne, Carolyn Bailey, June Hudson, Ada Willis, Almyra Steyvart, Faye Norsworthy, Nancy Pass, Nancy Bennett, Ruth Wages, Patsy Morgan, Rosemary Hehn, Carol Ingram, Llghtie Dan- dridge, Barbara Miller, Lorena Maxwell, Linda West, Bet ty Jo Gaines, Ida Margaret Sherman. t:G .f- ia, 2 V, V' -1 h 1355, I V V., 7 bzvv VJ- ,.,. .,.,. - V. kb :vl .Iv ."vv, f. - vk'f g ,l , :- V -V . V- U 'S" " W ' l , ll- 3 l , '-' , s S " 5 S ., . Quivv Vi. gl' Q v V . Vx fs: I 4 I N b gm gr - - - ,wt I wg ' H 1" 3 vs A l 'AW . .Di A f l 2 'Q' Q '3' f " . ,I ,,.. F X4 gs .uf , Q I f ' '7 I X- E . 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V Q , A J' , I f"' my nv! f x Q 34 X , f, New w A 4 J M Naam "5n,v ,...n-' Quartette: Jimmy Sparks, Fred Mimms, Bill Austin, John Tackett 97 ke ls, 5' Chorus 1 2 x Giris Trio XM-'aw -Q f"'9'fiX From left to right: Betsy McCormack, Patricia Adams, and Linda West. 98 Afhlefics Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest We're Number 1 26 26 22 18 22 22 21 51 27 22 Jones East Mississippi Pearl River East Central Southwest Perkingston Delta Copiah-Lincoln lttawamba Holmes COACHES: Jimmy Jobe, Charles Duck, Jack Adams 100 t-f.X,,, , ' 'Ki f , '- 12, - .si 'Xvy ' A 7 W.. 5 K rv ,Y gy. , ' v s ,- Nr -, -Q 3-f ' ' . ,"..'3' -if QS 3,-N - A ,A Lass" ,Q X LJ 1-A fqgglwfx ' ' f, 7'i '1 'fl .J xx: . rwbf ' ' ' Q V J .LQ-74.1 F Q9 W q:L'z:'fzf. 0 ima, J . Wx Fi F' WN , 1- 1 Y- Q ? if:-f I 5 mfg ,Y , K. r '50 Q- .4 X fa I 1 " f , 'K N A X. , .5 W , ,.. .-., b- ., . x ,., Ai A , 1. . f , - x - . .51,, ., .L I NA New ' ...,.. .. , .. .. .. gi. ww 3356 3 MN,-'W'-Wm Q... ff ff ir. kvfb' f.,..,.'. 4' W --.. lki 3' , A .N . ' .. M 1 r- 'V' r -sl, -8. UM- '-lfwww " 'A f X A , ,C H A , , , , ' ff 1 f ggrf , " I 'Q y 1960 RANGER SQUAD 'EFX CAPTAINS Tommy Poff, Grover Bowers 101 Q? if ini yzilz ,fc ,-4 x Q f fa I X ! ' s, aw ' ,film ,ia , f -Q Mags: Jerry Dickerson, END Kenny Scruggs, END ,My We' 15, - 1' ' ax, ' S453 'Q KW' .1 V. , -712' .J-1 :'... -.., .ff 'L',.f2.f' ' 4 1 ,.i3,'.'7'L--41245 ...kb - J. N..-,L .V1-f-.:', H. ff' :. .,, n . -,f: 12-zw.,-,M-'I -f- ' .Y ,K .1 1 4 wr, ,a M , , s -. , xl i-:fx iw 'RAE ' 3 K 1 2S5!..,, C is .wx ry, r A S f Bobby Payne, TACKLE ms. " Frankie Prichard, TACKLE Joe Imbergia, TACKLE Ronnie Wi11i3mS, CENTER 'I 0 2 Milton stillweu, GUARD Tommy Poff, GUARD Victor Tfeadway, CENTER P? " . , my 9 , o .,.,,, Q is X Joe Moore, QUARTERBACK Max Lee, QUARTERBACK Billy Holcombe, QUARTERBACK 103 Q M VM " gg , 'Q Wayne Pitts, HALFBACK Bubba Kuntzman, HALFBACK Clyde Robinson, HALFBACK Y Lloyd Perry, QUARTERBACK Gene Caldwell, HALFBACK Don Pomeroy, FULLBACK T04 X- H ,QM-3.f l Bryoe McCullough, HALFBACK Billy Hubbard, l-IALFBACK Marshall Jones, FULLBACK Billy Ray Ch3mPi0n, END Jimmy Hollingsworth, HALFBACK Lewis Nichols, END 105 T., fig! 4441,- -nw Deslonde Collins, END Ike Taylor, TACKLE Jackie Cook, GUARD y, f. , Z ' Q VN, X W-QR , so Jimmy Raynor, FULLBACK Grover Bowers, FULLBACK Jimmy English, GUARD 106 vm WH l'f'f . ls Jerome Davis, HALFBACK Doug Styles, CENTER Paul Stroug, GUARD Ill: QL .,,, Billy L0ft0I1, END Ernie DeCor1ey, TACKLE Larry Moore, TACKLE 107 Mr. R. D. McLendon presents Coach Jobe with the Co-Championship trophy. Looking on are the boys who made A11-State, Max Lee, Bryce McCo11ugh and Tommy Poff. Not pictured, Donald Pomeroy. 1960 Awards Jimmy Jobe COACH OF TI-IE YEAR is---K" All American- Bryce McCullough and Tommy Poff 108 Poff Most Valuable Player Raynor Ranger Award Taylor Most Outstanding Lineman McCollugh Most Outstanding Back Don't jump on till you see the whites of their eyes! nw fd 5 Hey Holly, you missed one! Will you get out of my way, buddy! I 09 legal ' H ' - Managers, Howard Tompson, Jim Peters, and 'tial Q, ' 2 W Vw , agQ,j',ZF ' ' , . ,, iw 2 . . K 124 fx w THE LINE UP? Robert Poole. Somebody help me. I've The Aft Of lumpillg over been ijn here for days- a blade of grass. No it won't fit in your mouth. I always have to fight fans off like this. Actually, I'm afraid of that ball. I never could run in a straight line. 'IIO Up, Up, and Away. Will you get that camera out of here? Q 'Q' 4'- 4 3 3 '66 -4 ,xg , 0 v 3 1' ,ll l 35 6, Wi , assign 1' -L. 2 X 1 ' 2 5 'sig f 46 z ik The Pep Club is an organization that does much to help support our team. Besides their regular attendance at all the football games they make the pom- poms and other decorations for Pep Rallys and the cheerleaders. Well put to use Here they are at work . . . 111 KN Y few, A SS. 1 B., ik 1: X Cheerleaders From left to right: Margie Slack, Audie Roberson, Mike Crestman, Carol Anne Billingsley, Front row: Connie Williams, Nancy Fancher, Petrecia Koph, and Mary Shipley 112 Ranger Baskefball Squad Coach W. C. Oakley Asst. Coach Jack Adams Don Randolph--Forward Norris Boren-Guard wa ydvgiw Q, v , , .4 ?4fg,,g,!L 1 :av 'Q fn" 9' 199' J z.. . , if gi I alqrawv-.t .4 ' 'f " ,.,. '- f ,YW , Ellis Blount-Guard 1 1 4 rv W W K Jimmy Darby Center Larry Turner Forward Good Jump Don! 115 Q' f ,fa ' r 4 1 2 1 s Danny on the Rebound! Danny UPS 3831111 Go Danny Go! Rangers in action! S 9 ,eff I X N Maw-1.,.,.,mm WA 55-v ,, R. D. McLendon--President 1 A... m6"9" ws Sq Q Nxt f James P. McCormick Alvin G. Welch Dean of Instruction Business Manager Assistant to the President 120 5 . ., -as Mrs. Estelle Bobo-Dean of Women W. C. Oakley-Dean of Men Mrs. Jewel Matthews-Asst. Dean of Women Bw 121 Sue.Cook Burks-Registrar Q? Jack P. Adams Physical Education Hubert D. Blackwell Economics Laverne Bray Business Education A. M. Briscoe Agriculture Marcus L. Burks Chemistry Ralph M. Caldwell Electronics 122 Howard Carpenter Social Science Elizabeth Chase English Thomas Dean Coats Technical Education Edith Cole English Martha Darby Music William Denley Business and Vocational 123 Alton Roe Dillaha Business Education Charles E. Duck Health and Physical Education wt? Lula Mae Fowler History John W. Flowers Bible Zula Glenn Mathematics Josephine Gully Librarian 124 llfws W K Pauline Holladay English Macelle Hollldav Business Education Lois Horton Cosmetology James H. Jobe Football Coach Sociology Quincy Albert Long Biology James P. McCormick Accounting and Business Law 125 ,M M MW 3 Mxldred Meacham Wg? J ournahsm and Languages Joseph Warren Morns Speech W1l11am C. Oakley Basketball Coach, Psychology Ben Gene Rackard Music and Theatre Emma Bass Ryker Home Economics and Art Mabel Shaheen is 1 Chemistry 126 wa x ,..' . ',. Q x 23222 Jw ws' z, wi Rolland Hugh Shaw Music Anita Jean Stratton Physics and Mathematics Emmie Ellen Wade History Everette Woolfolk Chemistry and Physics Walter E. Wylie Technical Education Earl Carter Buildings and Grounds 127 Mary Frances Chapman -Secretary to the President Mildred J obe Bookkeeper Martha Ruth Cole Dietician Kimball Student Center Manager Nell Woolard Assistant Student Center Manager Sweeltie Poag Assistant Dietician 128 Q Big Wheels- Faculi Snapshots Y Stepping out, away from the grind. Don't forget those Guide sheets- Get with it Coach, What did' you do this time, Mrs. Bobo? Fm Sure hungry- 129 '- . f 'W , 5 K 1 2' Let's hussle, boys- Working hard, Coach? Our Pride- ,, .W-H' Q, ...J . Mr. Mac, and friend- HiSf0I'y, anyone? 130 .-Q EY? fy 184' ' ..,5,,.,, ., .. ' 4 z 4 122- -, N .af:r:g:2:':1Qix w.,., ,,,,.,.,, Q 5 ' at -Q , W '14 Q' f haf' fx V 4...-. Mo, u, ygxfgf ' , ,-Q Q , X 'Hx "'e':.2. -,rf- N ,I gflffgi Urs: fizprg - ,, ,gf :- , ,Q X J ,, .. :- - Q.-was ca' " X 'Y s:,f2.4"::afIffs ':, 'fy 2, 2 '-:f1 .. fzzh 'SSW 'A QMW, - uh: -T ' , vlfi x . 3 Q 1' f , W '- :P M 52132: 4: U H' x ,f -RTW ,,,. 'P ,XA :, 2-S 1 5 4 I A.-W4 '- 455112. ff A - . . W6 ig? 2555 4255 Psa- Q13 af 222952 . 0 7 - -1 .541 Sophomore my , N ' an . b lf .rf I 1 3 1 wwf .A Q Q if R as , x Aw- X tx lx 'Vx x x M AA I Q SPN, ' 1 x N N , 9 . .A--.N as N1 x 1 1 ,., ,XM ., . 2? Fi. ,- K rx . N , as .5 m y - , , H , V, ' X-sys - - 4, . 'Sq Qi ' V 1 , '- ' ' ' ' ' s , a rf' ' K . ,' .I Eff gE",...sf,n QA '- ' , ,Q 4,4 I xg, 'Q ., A I my- ,:w.f 1 f 1 46" of 4 ' .. ' r ., Q 6 ff ', , -1 a ,I?f,""Lf - , f. Y' " Q H .w 'Qu V9 '14 .1 V' 234' :sip - Q Qi? --'FN " I , H 'f-"Vi" Q91 , ' . 2 if I' ' 'x IMI' What in the wor1d's come over you? X X vw xg, , 4 1' '51 .f . j J' 2 Map? I f .t, , .440 tgp, J f Death with a smile! Just two friendly games of cards. 'x '22 QQ 'N 8 'Je v- xx xx X 133 Sophomores -ff- wgww-f--' . ,M,.,,,. , 6? 9' f 5523 OFFICERS President-Max Lee Vice-President-J oe Latham Secretary-Carol Anne Howles Treasurer-Margie Stafford Reporter-Dottie Dilmore 134 KENNETH ALDRIDGE Olive Branch, Miss. PAUL ANGLINE-Bruce, M.iSS. BILL AUSTIN-Coldwater, Miss. 1 THOMAS BAILEY-Crowder, Miss. Chorus, 2g Boy's Quartet 2g Wesley, 1,2 Band 1,2g Concert Choir 2. DAVID BAIRD-Olive Branch, Miss. JAMES CLAY BAKER-Courtland, Miss. Liberal Arts Wesleyg Christian Fellowship RUBY BALEY-Como, Miss. Phi Theta Kappag Phi Beta Lambda. JEAN BEAL-Hickory Flat, Miss. Intensive Secretarial Training. 135 FY tw. 'IB 46? if . 1 if 'at ' NANCY BENNETT-Water Valley, Miss. Business Education Northwest Misses 1,23 B.S.U., 1,23 Phi Beta Lambda 13 Dramatic Club 13 Christian Fellowship 1,23 Annual Editor 2. JAMES AARON BIGGERS-Webb, Miss. Math Baseball 1,23 B.S.U. 1,23 President 23 Christian Fellowship 1,2. JAMES S. BIGGERS-Webb, Miss. Business Administration CAROL ANN BILLINGSLEY Senatobia, Miss. Business Education Representative to Student Council 13 Phi Beta Lambda 13 Christian Fellowship 1,2Q Cheerleader 2. ELLIS BLOUNT-Charleston, Miss. Physical Education NORRIS BOREN-Potts Camp, Miss. Drafting Basketball 1,21 Wesley 1,2. '-15-.L 1: t,.,' i 5. .Q JIM BOWERS-Taylor, Miss. Education Wesley Foundation 1,2. JOAN BRAY-Courtland, Miss. Secretarial Training Phi Beta Lambda Secretar Pa er Staff 2 5? Y YS P Z B.S.U. 1,23 Phi Theta Kappag Christian ' Fellowship 1,2. 136 E' FRANK BROWN-Flomaton, Ala. STANLEY BULLARD-Sledge, lVIiSS WILL BUTLER-Batesville, Mjss. Chorusg Representative to Student Cpuncil. JEAN CALDWELL-Courtland, Miss. Business Phi Beta Lambda 13 B.S.U. 1,23 Christian Fellowship 1,25 Annual Staff 2. MICHAEL GENE CAROTHERS Oxford, Miss. Secondary Education B.S.U. 1,25 Christian Fellowship 1,2. MARY CARPENTER-Lamar, Miss. Secretarial Training Phi Beta Lambdag Wesley 1,25 Christian Fellowship 1,2. VELDA CARTER-Batesville, Miss. BEN CARTINHOUR-Lawrenceburg, Ky. 137 LAWRENCE CLARK-Marks, Miss. BOBBY COOK-Tillatobia, Miss. MURPHEY, CO0PERFBatesville, Miss. Forestry J. L. CRAWFORD-Oakland, Miss. LYNNWOOD CROWELL-Batesville, Miss Business DEMETRA CULLUM-Memphis, Tenn. Salesmanship Northwest Misses 1g Social Science Club Annual Staff 2g Phi Beta Lambda. JAKE DARBY-Batesville, Miss. JIMMY DAVIS-Bruce, Miss. 138 SIMS DAVIS-Batesville, 1VIiss. Business Representative to Student Council. FRANKIE DAWS-Sardis, Miss. ERNEST DeCOURLEY-Adamsville, Tenn. Football 1,2. BETTY JEAN DEW-Como, Miss. Liberal Arts DOTTIE DILMORE-Batesville, Miss. Business Christian Fellowship 1,2g B.S.U. 1,25 Phi Theta Kappa 1,2g Phi Beta Lambda 15 Class Ofticer 2, Annual Staff 2. PATRICIA DUNLAP-Olive Branch, Miss. Elementary Education myfg fbi BARBARA DUNN-Potts Camp, Miss. FRANCES DUNN-Potts Camp, Miss. 139 4'-K 'Ui KVA 0 ig.. JAMES R. DURRETT-Olive Branch, Miss. THOMAS DURRETT-Como, Miss. MARY EVELYN EDWARDS Hickory Flat, Miss. Home Economics Home Ec, Club 1,2g Sec. 1-2g Phi Theta Kappa 1-23 B.S.U. 1,25 Christian Fellowship 1,2. HAROLD ELLIS-Lambert, Miss. Industrial Management Wesley 1,2g Phi Beta Lambdag Christian Fellowship 1,25 THOMAS RAY ELLIS-Senatobia, Miss. Architectural Drafting DAN ELLISON-Tutwiler, Miss. EDWARD DALE FILE-Pope, Miss. Math ANNE PALMER FINGER-Byhalia, lVIiss. 140 in lp YVETTE FOSHEE-Crowder, Miss. SYLVIA FREEMAN-Batesville, Miss. Business Education Phi Beta Lambda 1,2. M flaw- i9"YNn- M.. RUFFIN FYFE-Sledge, Miss. SILAS GREEN Water Valley, Miss. SIDNEY GUEST-Lambert, Miss. ANCEL HANKINS-Sarah, Miss. ROSEMARY HELM-Coffeeville, Miss. Secondary Education Northwest Misses 1,2. CHARLES HENDERSON- Holly Springs, Miss. 141 of A . R W "Wu-w N lpn, tw GENE HENDERSON-Batesville, Miss. RODNEY HENTZ-Courtland, Miss. Chorus 1,25 Cheerleader 1,25 Wesley 1,24 Dramatic Club 13 Christian Fellowship-Vice Pres. 2. CHARLIE HILL-Oakland, Miss. Drafting and Design CAROL ANNE HOWLES-Covington, Tenn. Business Education Band 1,2g Featurette 1,2g Phi Theta Kappa 1,2g Sec. 25 Class Officer 1,2g Wesley 1,25 FBLA 1,25 Debate Club 1, Who's Who 15 Homecoming Court 25 Sec. Student Coun- cil 2, Carnival Ball Court 1. LADENE HUDSON-Coldwater, Miss. Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, Reporter, Pres. 2g Debate Club 1,2, Reporter. DOLORES HUFFMAN-Tutwiler, Miss. Elementary Education GERALD HUTCHERSON-Shannon, Miss. JENNIE LEE HYDE-Senatobia, Miss. 142 lg..-0 Nihnv 'Visu- eh. 1--- j- V. mi JERRY JAMES-Olive Branch Miss. MARSHALL JENKINS-Marks, MISS. Editor of Ranger Rocket 2. CALVIN JOHNSON-Courtland Miss. JOHNNIE SUE JOHNSON Myrtle, Miss. EUGENE JONES-Olive Branch, Miss. CLARENCE JORDAN-Flomaton, Ala. Drum Major 1,25 Moonlighters lg "The Boyfriend" 1. JIM ED LARSON Water Valley, Miss. Business Representative to Student Council 2. JOE LARSON--Water Valley, Miss. Business 143 'is Secretarial Training Glee Club. JOE LATHAM-Hernando, Miss. ,ac-MA. qys-ww MAX LEE-Sardis, Miss. Class Officerg Student Council. BOB LILLY-Charleston, Miss. 10-M- Chorus 1,2g Wesley 1,2. JERRY SHAW LITTON-Pope, Miss. Elementary Education av.. Home Economics Club 1,2. .49--.. PP: Elementary Education PAT MALONE-Darling, Miss. Debate Team. ,fm ,- 'I44 SARA ANN LASSITER-Senatobia, Miss. MARY VIRGINIA LIPE-Pope, 1VIiss. BEVERLY JANE MABUS-Phili Miss. 's,I:v 1'-M" 'illlum-..... ,, W'-.-. divx, in-..,, ,,,.,, DENNIS MANGRUM--Batesville, Miss. GEORGE MARTIN-Batesville, Miss. LOREN A MAXWELL-Memphis, Tenn. Chorusg Gir1's Ensemble, B.S.U. F.B.L.A., Misses, Girl's Trio. GERRY MAY-West Memphis, Ark. STEVE McCLUSKEY-Robinsonville, Miss. BETSY McCORMACK-Coffeeville, Miss. Chorus 1,23 Accomp. 1, B.S.U. Girl's En- semble, F.B.L.A., Student Council Repre- sentative, Concert Choir. EDWIN MILES-Bruce, Miss. BARBARA MILLER-Water Valley, Miss. Secretarial Training Spring Formal Queen 1, Northwest Misses 1,2g Football Queen 2, Beauty Nominee 15 Wesley 1,2. 145 f1 """ 'www EARNEST RAY MOODY-Ashland, Miss Electronics JOE MOORE-Tutwiler, Miss. MYRA MOORE-Lambert, Miss. JAMES O'DANIEL-Coldwater, Miss. Pre-Engineering Basketball 1,2. FNOCH M. PARKS-Coldwater, Miss. Animal Husbandry NANCY PASS-Water Valley, Miss. Liberal Arts Northwest Misses 1,2. JOHNNY PERKINS-Water Valley, Miss. NANCY PERSON-Water Valley, Miss. Physical Education 146 dl--QM was is 1 'PW' is Why.. WW QN'--5 JIM PETERS-Charleston, Miss. JAMES PHIFER-Memphis, Tenn. LINDA POINDEXTER, Water Valley, Miss Business Education DONALD POMEROY-Sherrill, New York WALLY PANG-Marks, Miss. Business ROBERT POOL-Hernando, Miss. GWEN POWELL-Tunica, Miss. SHELBY POWELL-Tunica, Miss. Elementary Education Pep Club 25 B.S.U. 1,23 Annual Staff 2, Home Ec. Club 2, Library Staff 1. 'I47 qiupr- .grew--4 .gllinhgn .si iii xx NWI 5 ffz W'!"""' W DON RANDOLPH-Potts Camp, 1VIiss. Physical Education Basketball 1,2. JAMES RAYNOR-Memphis, Tenn. JIMMY RHEA Hickory Flat, Miss. MARY ROBERTS-Olive Branch, M1ss. T ,, WILLIAM ROGERS-Batesville, Miss. HAROLD ROSS-Olive Branch, Miss. "1'Uv'18-A NORRIS RUTLEDGE-Scobey, Miss. AMYE SANSOM-Water Valley, Miss. Business B.S.U. 1,25 Christian Fellowship 1,23 F.B.L.A. 1,25 Chorus, Paper Staff1,2g Phi Theta Kappa 1.2g Pep Club 2. 'IAQ 9.4, " 'JI CLIFF SCOTT-Senatobia, Miss. Agriculture F.B.L.A. 1, Social Science Club 1, Glee Club. KENNY SCRUGGS-Memphis, Tenn. Football 1 2. MACK SEALS-Batesville, Miss. Business ROBERT SEAY-Batesville, Miss. IDA MARGARET SHERMAN Charleston, Miss. Elementary Education Who's Who 1, Interdenominational Council 1, Spring Formal Court 1, Homecoming Court 2, Captain of Northwest Misses 1,2. MARY SHIPLEY-Independence, Miss. Education Cheerleader 1,23 Wesley 1,2g Social Science 1, Christian Fellowslgp 1,2g Homecoming Mai 2. LILY SHOEMAKE-Taylor, lVIiss. Elementary Education THOMAS M. SKELTON-Marks, Miss. Drafting 'I49 A. I ,dbg 4.,, 0 -W TN H r CHARLES SMART-Coldwater, Miss. Electronics CALVIN sM1'rH-Pope, Miss. Education B.S.U. 1,25 Christian Fellowship 1,25 Cheerleader 1. PALMER SMITH-Cascilla, Miss. Business Education F.B4L.A. 1,25 Christian Fellowship Council, Wesley. LARRY SOWELL-Coldwater, Miss. Agriculture WILLIAM EARL SOWELL Senatobia, Miss. Accounting Phi Theta Kappa 1,2g' Reporter, F.B.L.A 1-2, President, Vice-President of National F.B.L.A., Ranger Rocket-Business Man- ager, Mr. Future Business Executive of Mississippi-1960. MARGIE STAFFORD-Elk Grove, Ill. F.B.L.A. 1,25 Who's Who 1,25 Annual Staff 1,2g Class Officer 2. MARY ELLA STEINER-Mobile Ala TOMMY STEVENS-Coldwater, Miss. 'I50 - r"""""s QR in-. I 'Cf'-.2" ALMYRA STEWART-Maywood, Miss. Education Northwest Misses 2g Annual Staff 2. JOHN TACKETT-Tunica, Miss. EDWARD TAYLOR-Waterford, Miss. Engineering HOWARD THOMPSON-Hernando, Miss. GENE THORTON-Sardis, Miss., Physical Education MARY DEAN THORTON-Dundee, Miss. Two-Year Secretarial Training Phi Theta Kappa 1,25 F.B.L.A. lg Wesley 23 Pep Squad 2g Christian Fellowship 1,2. POLK TILLMAN-Whitehaven, Tenn. Band 1,25 "The Boyfriend" 1. VICTOR TREADWAY-Olive Branch, Miss. Football 1,2. .M 15,1 139' ri' qw gi!" .sity 3. ""4Nslsv 'Y gd KQV' .Af uw iw M,,.ulum..L ulh..i..N.x THELMA TUCKER-Webb, Miss. Elementary Education B.S.U. 1,25 Christian Fellowship 1,2g Chorus 2 g Annual Staff 25 Pep Squad 2. MARY ELIZABETH TURNER Bruce, Miss. Accounting B. S. U. 1,2g Christian Fellowship 1,2g F.B.L.A. 2g Pep Squad 2. DONALD TYLER-Bruce, 1VIiSs. GLEN WALDRIP-Hernando, Miss. Chemistry CHARLES WALLACE-Horn Lake, Miss. KATHRYN WALLACE-Coldwater, Miss. Home Economics GAYLE WALLS-Vardaman, Miss. Liberal Arts BERTHA WATTS-Batesville, Miss. Business Education Miss Secretary lg B.S.U. 1,2g Christian Fellowship 1,25 F.B.L.A. 1,25 Reporter, Social Science Clubg Chorus 1,25 Pep Squad 2, Secretaryg Paper Staff 1,2. 'IRG L -13? Quan., LUCRETIA WEBB-Water Valley, Miss. Business DAVID WEEKS-Coldwater, Miss. DEAN WELLS-Water Valley, Miss. Business LINDA WEST-Ashland, Miss. Liberal Arts Most Beautiful 1g Who's Who 1, Homecom- ing Court 1,25 Spring Formal Court 13 "The Boyfriend" 15 Northwest Misses 1,2 Chorus 1,2g B.S.U. 1,25 Christian Fellow ship 1,2. NORA WESTBROOK-Sledge, Miss. Mathematics Phi Theta Kappa 1,2. BONNIE WHALEY-Potts Camp, Miss Secondary Education Library Staff 1,2: Wesley 1,23 Pep Squad 2 Christian Fellowship 1,23 Phi Theta Kappa LEROY WILDER-Tunica, Miss. Business Football 1. GEORGE WILLIAMS-Senatobia, Miss. Pre-Engineering 'IRR 7 "WN "49'?'i':,f' 'lu-.H 'bu-. JESSE LEE WILLIAMS-Coldwater, Miss LINDA HURT WILLIAMS Coldwater, Miss. Business Education Wesley 1,29 Gir1's Ensembleg F.B.L.A. 1,2 BILL WILSON-Louisville, Miss. JIMMY WILSON-Louisville, Miss. Automotive Tech. fn WILLIAM WOLFE-Memphis, Tenn. SHIRLEY WOOLFOLK-Senatobia, Miss Business Education Phi Theta Kappa. FRANCIS WORSHAM-Crenshaw, M GALE WRIGHT-Water Valley, Mis: Secretarial Training Student Council 23 Christian Fellowsl Councilg Wesley. 4, A1"xx ,fx i To f 154 ANN WYNNE-Coldwater, Mlss. BUSINESS Educatlon Northwest Misses 1,2. MARION YOUNG-Marks, Miss. xW ww 9. fb.. ev : K E s ., ,.. .47 VX W 'AX Y axes .gf or -V ...Hy -ag.-if -xg. 14, M , .,.,, , X I as A l 4 N X. W W QW M f f y ' ' ' ' Wil' - Y W , , ,Q 4 4 3 we x M - X, . 2 xg XX as I 5 5:-'f:f:..-fs: Q, , ,,,. N, X. ,X meg-4,:..w: - . . K ' Q A is , W g Q, sri "N f 1 Q V X , V. 0 S My ,. -YM gxgkiss, Q .fir-. ss' LXZSWW151 1 Www 155 Q ah? Q What's Wrong Dorothy? M 'mkgsh x 2 Qt Oh F' sing! Tommy has that school spirit. Just call me one eye Freshman Day .5 rw 2, E I :W , ' if jjir V, . f .,,,. -1, WV , d j? .gal 3,41 F - I ... ' ' Q Af wi YW? 4, ' .,:,, ,, yn, JT',,"A " , . fl ' 1 -.0-I M W -his 076 ,Km I , y ziql, , X ' h ,. gf' P3 ,K 2 fn 4 2. ' M1-ff? , Q A . ii , W, , ll: 1 ,, N ,A .Lg H V 'll' 5511- mfg' 3 f , e . geese: M ... Q . 1- 4 wry, ek ' Gutw iw 6' 5. 1 fy,a5'!i,l Q Tl ' f 'x .1 " . I. U' ..- 1 We must keep our walk clean. if Yi , 2 A' LJ 'J im, V He, ,R 1 x 1 ':.2'myQv 'al nv What's that I smell? x .- 3' ,-I X .M .J -www make a lovely couple. Freshman OFFICERS President-David Williams Vice-President-Mike Crestman Secretary-Petrecia Kopf Treasurer-Nancy Fancher Reporter-Robbie Patterson 'I58 ADX 45' J JERRY AARON Bruce, Miss. MARY K. ABERNATHY Water Valley, Miss. PATRICIA ADAMS Lambert, Miss. JOAN ADDINGTON Bruce, Miss. FRANCES JEWEL AIKEN Senatobia, Miss. CHARLES W. AKIN Ashland, Miss. NELSON ALSTON Pope, Miss. JOYCE ANDERSON Mt. Pleasant, Miss. JUDY ANGLIN Olive Branch, Miss. JIMMY ARRINGTON Water Valley, Miss. GENE ATKINS Darling, Miss. KENNETH ATKIN Ashland, Miss. BUDDY ATKINSON Tutwiler, Miss. JAMES AUTRY Ashland, Miss. CAROLYN BAILEY Olive Branch, Miss. LILLIAN BAILEY Oakland, Miss. ANDY BAKER Tutwiler, Miss. WILLIAM BAKER Hernando, Miss. NELLIE BALLARD Stover, Miss. BETTY BARLETT Coldwater, Miss. SHEILA BATES Potts Camp, Miss. DUDLEY BEALL Batesville, Miss. LARRY BEALL Sardis, Miss. JAMES BEASNETT Sardis, Miss. PAT BECKHAM Memphis, Tenn. LAWRENCE BERRY Sarah, Miss. JANE BILLINGSLEY Senatobia, Miss. BOBBY BLACK Horn Lake, Miss. ANN BLAIR Independence, Miss. JOHNNY BLAND Marks, Miss. ,ov 6... uv" w 7. ON 2 6' Qin.-. . 'Qt' quam Q 'V' an 160 JAMES BLAYLOCK Duck Hill, Miss. JESSE B. BOSWELL Mt. Pleasant, Miss. SHIRLEY BRANCH Sledge, Miss. BOBBYE BRANSCOME Pope, Miss. J IMMY BRASI-IER Bruce, Miss. JOYCE BRENTS Senatobia, Miss. LARRY BRIDGES Lambert, Miss. DOROTHY BROWN Marks, Miss. ANNE BROWN Water Valley, Miss. TOIVIMY BROWN Pope, Miss. GWEN BRUCKNER Batesville, Miss. MILTON BRYANT Ashland, Miss. STAFFORD BRYANT Nesbitt, Miss. MARGARET BULLARD Bruce, Miss. JOHNNY BURGES Houlka, Miss. JAMES C. BURNS Pope, Miss. CARL RAY BUTLER Sardis, Miss. MARTHA BUTLER Crenshaw, Miss. OUIDA BYARS Grenada, Miss. CHARLES BYNUM Water Valley, Miss. LARRY BYRD Lamar, Miss. TOM CAGLE Dublin, Miss. GENE CALDWELL Senatobia, Miss. OUIDA CALVERT Crowder, Miss. BILLY T. CAMPBELL Belen, Miss. TRUMAN CANTRELL Bruce, Miss. YVONNE CARR Water Valley, Miss. JIM CARRINGTON Coldwater, Miss. WAYNE CARTER Pontotoc, Miss. JEARL CASTLEBERRY Toccopola, Miss. 'QQ '!I."" .2 in-..,, PK MIN'-we-N says' J' T7 Q im? X215 19 43 we 4 7 QE 'Xu 2? 4U""""'+ Asif? Q .X .Q ,ya ,L if 0 5.-.. BILLY RAY CHAMPION Charleston, Miss. MADALYN CI-IILDRESS Ashland, Miss. MIKE CHRESTMAN Batesville, Miss. SYLVIA CHRESTMAN Batesville, Miss. TOMMY CHRESTMAN Belen, Miss. JIMMY CLARK Memphis, Tenn. BOBBY CLARK Horn Lake, Miss. HAROLD CLAWSON Memphis, Tenn. JACK CLAYTON Potts Camp, Miss. ELIZABETH COBB Oakland, Miss. JUDY COKER Charleston, Miss. JIM COLE Enid, Miss. KAYE COLEMAN Toccopola, Miss. DESLONDE COLLINS Olive Branch, Miss. NANCY COOK CoLu't1and, Miss. JACKIE COOKE Lambert, Miss. EARL COOPER Taylor, Miss. DOROTHY COSTON Crenshaw, Miss. CECIL COX Marks, Miss. LARRY COX Water Valley, Miss. MARGARET COX Holcomb, Miss. BOBBY CROUCH Batesville, Miss. J ILES CROUCH Courtland, Miss. EDWARD DANDRIDGE E li - Senatobia, Miss. LIGHTIE DANDRIDGE Senatobia, Miss. BONNIE DARBY Batesville, Miss. MARY ANN DARBY Batesville, Miss. ALLEN DAVIS Eaton, Indiana CHARLES NEIL DAVIS Ashland, Miss. CHARLES DAVIS Olive Branch, Miss. 44.0, A-,nh-'L Sur f"Y"'9' X wr'-'h' 'TS 1'- f' fix t' QW? 'IN milk SHN is REIDA ANN DAVIS Lake Comorant, Miss. FRED DEAN Sumner, Miss. LARRY DENLEY Coffeeville, Miss. PEGGY DETTOR Batesville, Miss. MARY PAT DOUGLAS Kosciusko, Miss. THOMAS DOUGLAS SARTOR Taylor, Miss. DELLA QUAYE DOWNS Batesville, Miss. DUDLEY BEALL Batesville, Miss. V. H. DUNN Crenshaw, Miss. MRS. THOMAS DURRETT Como, Miss. RALPH DYE Crenshaw, Miss. LARRY EASON Senatobia, Miss. TONY Elf Coldwater M f 4. CLARENF . JARDS Sena.. miss. BEVERLEY ELLETT Charleston, Miss. JIMMY ENGLISH Phiuip, Miss. JIMMY EUBAN KS Batesville, Miss. EVA EVERETTE Tutwiler, Miss. NANCY FANCHER Senatobia, Miss. PHIL FEDRIC Vance, Miss. BECKY FOSTER Sledge, Miss. KNOX FOWLER Batesville, Miss. CHARLES FRAN KS Coldwater, Miss. TOMMY FUQUA Covington, Tenn. BETTY JOE GAINES Batesville, Miss. JUDY GAINES Coldwater, Miss. SANDRA GARRISON Crenshaw, Miss. SCOTT GASTON Phillip, Miss. BILL GATES Clarksdale, Miss. JOE GOFORTH Water Valley, Miss. 'lx 3-. .sau-L., 'vi ff- qu... av' BILLY TERRELL GOODE Hickory Flat, Miss. BARBARA GOODWIN Hemando, Miss. AARON GOOLSBY Hickory Flat, Miss. DARRY GOOLSBY Hickory Flat, Miss. KIRVEN GOSS Lyon, Miss. KAREN GRANTHAM Itasco, Ill. ROGER GRIFFIN Houlka, Miss. WAYNE GAY Water Valley, Miss. JOYCE HARDIN Batesville, Miss. NITA HARDIN Calhoun City, Miss. TYLER HATCHER Charleston, Miss. EDDIE HATCHETT Nesbitt, Miss. HENRY HATI-IAWAY Memphis, Tenn. BARBARA HAVEN S Charleston, Miss. CARL HAYES Jackson, Miss. GEORGE HAYLES Water Valley, Miss. LLOYD HEADRICK Rolla, Missouri BEN HERREN Rena Lara, Miss. J ANICE HERRING Oakland, Miss. TOMMY HILL Water Valley, Miss. JIMMY HOBSON Ripley, Miss. BILLY HOLCOME Lambert, Miss. MRS. BETTY HOLDER Senatobia, Miss. FRED HOOD Phillip, Miss. BETTY ANN HOWE Senatobia, Miss. CARL HUBER Memphis, Tenn. JOHN HUDLE Water Valley, Miss. JUNE HUDSON Coldwater, Miss. WILLIAM HUDSON Batesville, Miss. WAYNE HUDSPETH Sarah, Miss. ,,w'-ff-.a ,qu- i -4nu...m.,, R 'K 35 "5-Q. 1---f--W 'ink -QW' .4P""' 11 Q.-an-'Q' CAROLYN HUNT Olive Branch, Miss. CAROL INGRAM Water Valley, Miss. JOE JAMES Memphis, Tenn. ROBERT EARL JENKINS Sledge, Miss. BOBBI JOHNSON Oxford, Miss JOYCE JOHNSON Memphis, Tenn. CHARLES JONES Potts Camp, Miss. MARSHALL JONES Webb, Miss. MARY AGNES JONES Holly Springs, Miss. REDDIS MAE JONES Olive Branch, Miss. ENNIS JOYNER Holly Springs, Miss. JIMMY JOYNER Holly Springs, Miss. TOMMY KENDALL Tutwiler, Miss. LANNY KEY Coldwater, Miss. PATRICIA KOF F Senatobia, Miss. TOMMY KUNTZ Byhalia, Miss. BOBBY LANEY Oxford, Miss. DAVID LAWRENCE Senatobia, Miss. JAMES LAVENDER Charleston, Miss. VERA LAVENDER Hernando, Miss. BRENDA LEACHMAN Banner, Mi-ss. KITTY LEE Sardis, Miss. MORRIS LEWIS Senatobia, Miss. BILL LIPE Pope, Miss. BILLY LOFTIN Olive Branch, Miss. BILLY LONG Phillip, Miss. LYNN LONG Askew, Miss. JEFF LOVE Coffeeville, Miss. PEGGY LOVERN Batesville, Miss. MARCUS LUCKIE Webb, Miss. no-, 'QS Q16-. CT' L '1 SU! ','5."' 1 3 3' MW . .-4 zmwvf f - -, 5 , ,, , A " sw Q . W , -:ol-1 9 ,s.Q.s.Q, 3554. A 94955. - Q E.-Q6 Y ., 1fs'Q2v .N an Q .i x . RF 5 M .. S gu i' 1 0 Qf n ews, 3 mi . ASX sq ww 4 Saws QQ 4 qi? X B is 9 QWW 5 1 N. Ytbv sg., . QE wp. QQ is I RW imm- 'QK . 'Wm ' V26 Q W h. Q . O-N ,gb xx of X WONG LUM Tunica, Miss. MARY ANNE MCCARSON Walls, Miss. BARBARA MCCULLEY Water Valley, Miss. JOHN E. MCGOWEN Nesbitt, Miss. CAROL ANN MCMINN Batesville, Miss. ANN MABRY Senatobia, Miss. MARY MARTIN Memphis, Tenn. KAY MASSEY Bruce, lVliss. VONNE MASSEY Senatobia, Miss. JERRY MASSIE Como, Miss. JOYCE MATHIS Ashland, Miss. BARBARA MAXWELL Covington, Tenn. CHARLES MELTON Stover, Miss. RILEY MELTON Bruce, Miss. EVERETT METTS, JR. Memphis, Tenn. HAROLD METTS Oxford, Miss. VAUGHAN METTS Memphis, Tenn. CHARLIE IVIILLER Horn Lake, Miss. JAMIE IVIILLER Independence, Miss. NEAL IVIILLER Whitehaven, Tenn. JERRY MILLS Potts Camp, Miss. RICHARD MILLS Memphis, Tenn. BUDDY MILLWOOD Memphis, Tenn. FRED MIMS Phillip, Miss. WILLIAM R. MINOR Hickory Flat, Miss. KAY MITCHELL Olive Branch, Miss. CHARLES MIXON Water Valley, Miss. I-IENRI MOODY Ashland, Miss. PAUL MOODY Ashland, M.iss. LARRY MOORE Tunica, Miss. 1-0 i is "Q" 7 'Uk ix JERRY MOORHEAD Bruce, Miss. HAROLD MORGAN Bruce, Miss. PATSY MORGAN Benoit, Miss. JIMMY MORRIS Potts Camp, Miss. J IMNIY MOTE Senatobia, Miss. WALTER GENE MOTTA Memphis, Tenn. MELVIN MULLER Grenada, Miss. RANDY MURCI-IISON Waterford, Miss. TATE MURLEY Ashland, Miss. KAY MURPHY Coldwater, Miss. ROBERT MYNATT Memphis, Tenn. FAYE NEAL Independence, Miss. GARY NEWTON Senatobia, Miss. RAYMOND L. NOE Hernando, Miss. FAYE NORSWORTHY Byhalia, Miss. BONNIE OGLE Senatobia, Miss. JIMMY PALMERTREE Batesville, Miss. J AN ELLE PARAMORE Senatobia, Miss. MINI LAURA PARKISON Sledge, Miss., PATSY PARKS Coldwater, Miss. ROBERT PARTAIN Marks, Miss. ROBBIE PATTERSON Senatobia, Miss. JUDY PEGRAM Senatobia, Miss. LLOYD PERRY Spring City, Miss. MAUDIE MAE PERRYMAN Coldwater, 1VIiss. K. C. PETERS Charleston, Miss. JACK PICKETT Pope, Miss. CAREY PITCOCK Pope, Miss. STEVE PITTMAN Whitehaven, Tenn. WAYNE PITTS Ringgold, Georgia .151 'Yi i 11- if Us ,K 1'- TQ 'Q' Q-nv' fr' bfi 'lf' 19' if ED PITTS Senatobia, Miss. JOE PITTS Senatobia, Miss. JAMES POE Coldwater, Miss. DANIEL P. POPE, JR. Sardis, Miss. DIANNE POUNDERS Hernando, Miss. DAVID POWELL Coldwater, Miss. JUNE POWELL Independence, Miss. MARGIE PRESTON Memphis, Tenn. FRANKIE PRITCHARD Charleston, Miss. DAVID RAYBURN Sardis, Miss. WARD REAVES Oxford, Miss. LETTIE REDWINE Water Valley, Miss. J. W. RESPESS Lambert, Miss. HOWARD RIALES Senatobia, Miss. DOROTHY ROBERSON Charleston, Miss. AUDIE ROBERTSON Senatobia, Miss. JIM ROBERTSON Sledge, Miss. CLYDE ROBINSON Oakland, Miss. CHARLES ROGERS Ashland, Miss. H. B. ROSS Scobey, Miss. JERRY L. ROSS Olive Branch, Miss. BILLY ROTENBERRY Oakland, Miss. GLORIA ROTENBERRY Taylor, Miss. TOMMY ROWSEY Enid, Miss. JANE RUTH Lambert, Miss. LOUIS SANDERS Holly Springs, Miss. JAMES SANDERS Sledge, Miss. TERRY SANDERSON Victoria, Miss. CLYDE SARTOR Water Valley, Miss. MARSHALL SCOTT Surrmer, Miss. ea'-M ...-no-if--Q . 4? 'Y- .pu Q5 'Q' lg 'QM-.. Wm WMM QQQN-A LYNDA SCRUGGS Independence, Miss. RUBY SEALES Batesville, Miss. RICHARD SEXTON Nesbit, Miss. DANIEL SHASHEEN New Hampshire CHARLES SHARP Water Valley, Miss. FRED SHASSERE Olive Branch, Miss. MARY SHAW Oxford, Miss. SID SHINAULT Byhalia, Miss. BONNIE SHULTS Como, Miss. DEREK SIMON Senatobia, Miss. DANNY SIMPSON Ashland, Miss. LARRY SIN GLETON Sledge, Miss. MARGIE SLACK Whitehaven, Tenn. ROWLAN D SMITH Batesville, Miss. MRS. JENNY SMITH Batesville, Miss. KAREN SMITH Pope, Miss. ROBERT SMITH Como, Miss. SANDRA SMITH Sarah, Miss. SHIRLEE SMITH Olive Branch, Miss. CAROL SN IDER Sarah, Miss. PAUL SPISOK Davirlle, Illinois JANE STEWART Waterford, Miss. JOYCE STILL Sardis, Miss. MILTON STILWELL Batesville, Miss. JOE SUBER Batesville, Miss. JAMES CLIFFORD SULLIVANT Batesville, Miss. TOMMY SUMMERS Memphis, Tenn. PAT SUTTON Batesville, Miss. DOROTHY TACKETT Lyon, Miss. NELLIE MAE TATUM Charleston, Miss. 'CN Wm ""s'f'...' Tr""4 'Ts TNQ 3049 Y.-s A .445 -1 CURTIS TAYLOR Olive Branch, Miss. LINDA TAYLOR Senatobia, Miss. MARTHA TAYLOR Senatobia, Miss. MARILYN TAYLOR Pope, Miss. ROY TAYLOR Crawfordsville, Arkansas PATSY TEDFORD Batesville, Miss. JOE TENNYSON Charleston, Miss. DAVID THOMPSON Senatobia, Miss. RICK THOMPSON Memphis, Tenn. DAVE THRUEATT Horn Lake, Miss. JOYCE TIDWELL Batesville, Miss. J OANN E TOMLIN Tunica, Miss. TOMMY TONEY Batesville, Miss. MELVIN TOOLE Oaklawn, Miss. BILLY TOWLES Batesville, Miss. TOMIVIY TRANTHAM Charleston, 1VIiss. ROBERT TURNAGE Water Valley, Miss. LARRY TURNER Normandy, Missouri DOYLE VARNER Coldwater, Miss. NANCY VEAZEY Coldwater, Miss. DAVID WALKER Sledge, Miss. HARRIET JUNE WALKER Independence, Miss. LOTTIE WALKER Hickory Flat, Miss. TOLBERT H. WALKER JR. Independence, Miss. CORA WARD Tunica, Miss. ROSCOE WEAVER Como, Miss. DORIS WEBB Memphis, Tenn. JOSEPH WEBB Tunica, Miss. TOMMY WEBB Oxford, Miss. BARBARA WEEKS Coldwater, Miss. 1' -seam, 0. ef" 46- in -ds.. 'Dx Obn- 'UM JEANETTE WELLS Lambert, Miss. JAMES WEST Charleston, Miss. SANDRA WESTBROOK Charleston, Miss. HOWARD WHITEHURST Independence, Miss. CLAY WHITTLE Tunica, Miss. BONNIE WILBOURNE Water Valley, Miss. CONNIE WILLIAMS Potts Camp, Miss DAVID WILLIAMS Senatobia, Miss. JERRY WILLIAMS Memphis, Tenn. MERRY WILLIAMS Byhalia, Miss. RICHARD WILLIAMS Hernando, Miss. RONNIE WILLIAMS Charleston, Miss. JACK WILLIAMS Oakland, Miss. JERRY L. WILLIAMSON Pope, Miss. ADA WILLIS Batesville, Miss. CHARLES WILSON Friars Point, Miss. JACK WILSON Nesbit, Miss. BUBBA WOLFE Senatobia, Miss. LINDA WOMBLE Lambert, Miss. MILDRED WORLEY Senatobia, Miss. VAN WYATT Phillip, Miss. DEVON YEAGER Hickory Flat, Miss. KENNETH YOUNG Batesville, Miss. J IMMY YOUNGBLOOD Sardis, Miss. Qfw' 'Qt 'lc' 19 -... Q., ROBERT JOSEPH DENLEY 182 Coffeeville, Miss. 4513 , UN. ,Q,?W.-M 'fe AW? -Qwlwm 'ww JIUWWM. Qi. mv ie ,. .1 fait 3 L. 183 GAIL ALEXANDER Calhoun .City, Miss. IOLA CLANTON ' Independence, Miss. ANN FLY Oakland, Miss. AN ELL FRAZIER Senatobia, Miss. MARIL ANN GEESLIN Independence, Miss. DOLORES KOPH Senatobia, Miss. J UANITA LIN DLEY Charleston, Miss. BARBARA MASSENGELL Ashland, Miss. BETTY SUE OWENS Co ckrum, Miss. SADIE ROBERTS Cnarleston, Miss. J UAN ITA ROBINSON Senatobia, Miss. CAROLYN RUTLEDGE Charleston, Miss. HELEN JOYCE SHACKLEFORD Independence, Miss PATSY RUTH TILLMAN Tillatobia, Miss. JUDY TIMMONS Marks, Miss. ZULA TOWERY Crenshaw, Miss. nw MARGIE TURNER Independence, Miss MARY WESLEY Senatobia, Miss. W Odds and oonuupw ,nf """ mt'-qvksiv.. fl Charlie's split personality fi- ' I nally reveals itself, but Joe "Buddy" and Dorothy don't 4 ' H seem too worried. good f0I' the ClI'Clll3tl0I'l, S0 I logks awfully Serious. ear. -Sl 'F 2 ' Biz' Just can't wait to see what's going to be the assembly program. The cafeteria's always crowded. S 2 Y , rv 4. 43,911 LJ: 55:4 l 'JU Two's company and three's a crowd. Smile, please. 186 Y! 1' W A , .Q N,v'.k 'aft xiii-'..'s.F' fi 53 My mavsr b, wut, f Ma-'-21:2 P?i'..fi? NN f"i:'v " ,gxswwfi . " ','4b'sgI11'E3f'. Ends f 'X- - f :divide , ,. .CEE E. , K f ' , Ernie tries to tell the girls about the game. IFS H 11iCe afternoon for a ride. "Wear X tw ,,, 4 Don't be too hard on them Look, buy Your OWU- Lil loves that Coffee Gale. E cf 6 All the boys report to the Rec Hall. .W Gene and Clay are in the midst of some deep discussion. 187 , I A WWW ,ilf V. ff 'V" ,f " ' ,f f 2 -' 4, .,2Qg,.w.e.,',w. ewfnw , , , . f, , I .ef , ,JA f ,ff f ff , A , f f ., . .L 1 Jw' , . . ,X 1, 4 , , ef , vi.,wfM...f,yAP few, , r 75 ,f 4 ' f .ff 54 4 45 2 f X 4 0 x 2 ,N ,gf2?,v:2:gin,, , , e ,f Q45 ,Aif.5zz"f1MQ5Zwg.:fi Q 'f 1 5'2" Q ge f' ft 'ff if ' 7 'L M , V ci t r ff 2, gl 'fe . ,gqrapgcjz-Qzg,:4,,ygvfg",y ,V ,I f ' V, ?2!':':v'm'7 l 'VZ Y- S - " ' " '-'rzgfff ff ,.: ' 1 ' 1 ' 6Wf,,.5.f,5h-,,Z,,'g,, , , R A - ' . '- 1 an , if-' pf V ' 1 fg,5fgj.Lf5,yg,,f,VM, if , ' , Q , fl f 1 f 5 L ' ', W - 2 .. - , 1 f ' f. f e fzSxm2,ge:f,f,:, , :- V ' 3' ' u , f .-.1 , 1. M.,.1::-f:2:'1-1:-ft,m4,:f 5" ':I6wffzg1f:w , ff ,f My g .Q-f:j,,.,,,, gr :5f.,,.,e1 5 , f i - 1 .f : qv: 552.,g,,.1,I.,efzsefswzv:QZKSQW-525421 ,4 " - , 'C X J, --"' ff 'z fv: ,M X 9 W It if' What's going on here? Offxce Machlnes are fun to operate Tommy and Betty Jo Frances, act your age! er! Y' ,N 5. 5555 in 14 ...L l l. 1 - . It's getting cold out here. me A -be-l' ' A if -,V 1. 1 " 'M' X fi'-,,.v.-54 V 1 ' V- Qwslaf V ,-1.1 so-at --:fav-: m'2.f2.y:1. is Sf - Q .fgyg Q W A t , JM, W, ,. 3 4 mg 335:55 '-NRL R E.:,,1?1 W ifi: - ,wi fam: if ' fvfri-:QQLSSASQ 'Qgstgiim t 4 X at fi? Y 'ws A 5 X Q fk V X xx SN 4 eg, XY? -x 1 K i 'Wx K X 5 " 'QQ N x was Q 'Ex' ix is ' 5 X, W x ka f x 1 i s a. A W '-sf: Look out, he's Cheating- Blow, boys blow! 5 Y L He says he smokes it until the , . ashes fall behind his teeth- What S going on here? 'EEE' Nothing to Wear' Goodbye, till Sunday 189 kg bf 91 H 'Y' ,B ' , 522' 6' W , Q a 'W X sw N .T r ' - F f' 3 .. K ,e ff 1- 'Y '- N- '-ww ' . ,.. vp. ,, " 'Q Qzweffg' ' i. ff, vf fl 1'-2... -2.-f " Y' 6 , 1 2i?f9':14f' 7'-ffqfivgiv' aw P , My J W ' 4 , , . ,. i,, ,,,A. X . V, 4 . . ., ., uw- I . ',,, I , ,..:121- ---' i Kg.- u AQ.,-,, ,. ' Zi.-im ' f -g C Xt -.wif Gene receives a well-earned kiss. 5A..,, Y, , 4, Q, iwlnywgf i , - ..,.. .I X . f , 5 Q 1 . 1' Qi .7 ,Q 2 M - 1 , ,, eg? 1 ,::i,7?:,5.MM if ,. ..z ., N f , lv' '- f : ' ' -EW, ' ' 'Ffh , 'T .. 'A ,-,,..,.,f., ' VN' - i X 9 I '53, P ' ez QV' - ,, A LE. f ,.,: fs.: ' 1,1 Q W- - - K iii. .. i ' i 1 at i ,fa la-Wylll' effi -"- iv W, .a A --ln' ,,,,,,,, f " .- ..,' ' ' ' ' 1 F1"i"' T ,L ,: """' ' TW' I,ga'gff2ZeH 1 Wax '- "V ' H " ' ' rs iv A fan, ' M , V, 4. 0 ,V k - is V 22?91f1 N ,I ,M..l5,,,.5, is .-aw 2 , , ta, , , ...umm I U W 'lf 'W .. ' ---- ?59 N: tc" ' ' 75 .M . M, W. WSW .' "mgqMwi,s ... .1 .I ,A M 1.15 511 A 'ff' ' The Cafeteria Staff. .aa Students pour into the Auditorium .. 'I 90 Al Ida thinks up ideas for the Annual Marx W, 7? A Ranger basketball team in action. mn 0 E 2 ,w I 4 , 4 . Francis stays on the lockout. Eat up, boys- Q1 What did he say, I wasn't listening. 6' ut '5' Q if V tw..-S N . N 5 NN' ' gr 'S A N- ,,,,,, Q . A: 4- W, , 3711 Bull session- Al?i The Jewels ---.q,,, Chow time . . . 191 I Mike and his band on the "Big Beat." Time out for a rest. z - ' 'V ,. -l Ulla. mis ' ' . f .. Lean , ' ' QA . 91 Z?" . ' .- , Hi- - XX M 'V -'X :fp E 'xx 5 A-.g.3W., gs gfx ' ...hr t 7. :fig v?... kilo .mu I 4.24, Qi ,'f..,f x A Q 'g i I A .ffl .X 4:,..x 7 'a :N If , '7' dw :Usa 334 Qi- ' i The spring fashion show, with Linda, Karen, Ladene .ff , j 'yu ., ef. ' l' ' gg r W -4, and Katherine. f 1 Qi 53,51 ' in Wlfwme v -1 ' ' . Ki ' , HxK.,,....WjM?:mwwizmsmzzaeze '- 5 , ' A5 Ng I WS 5 um Bi ' menus 1 i f . Q -5, . 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