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

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The IQ04 ROCKET R NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI JUNIOR COLLEGE Senatobia, Mississippi CO EDITORS HI Hd PCh Q 23 4, 55' , ' 5 fv A A A N X ' X Q r Q N K Y 9 A Q3 4,1 0 v F ax y '49 x X X5 , ..,. . X ix, d z is lf' w ., .3 ,,... x A QQ Q Q y S W Q Q Q5 V yo ,. ..x, . 9 Q Sw Q .iw g?g,Z.K,.,4 ,Qi .. 0 x wr, X , ' . : 4. .QQ - -i:5!',.5: " ' : , mg 3 11, X fs X ,. 4- " ff if ' 'Z, ' I Q?" ' ' . . QV Q M., ,V ' w '-fam 'I - -' P 4 WI'-:'f +11 - ' 9 a:,:. - - 1 x 21: E wi 4 .,,,, 1 .,., W I x X Y ,M U 'Q X P is X 1- iff 5? 1 Wai' WN . v ORE WORD With the founding of Northwest Junior College, there was the spirit of progress with goals toward which to work. As we reminisce in the past and live in the present, we realize that both are important because they become the foundation for the future. As we look ahead, we see a glor- ious future for Northwest following the pattern of growth and progress in the last thirty-six years. ln this, the 7964 ROCKETEER, we hope to present to you Northwest and its acceptance of modern ideas in all aspects of school life. 4 A tribute to our late Presi- dent John Fitzgerald Kennedy, who died an untimely death on November 22, 1963. In Mem0riam U 1' 1' Q S i Q Yl t To have the privilege and opportunity of living during this the greatest age in all history is within itself a challenge. The recorded events of the year 1963-64 should in future years serve as a tremendous reminder of the transi- tions which are today taking place. To be in the mid-stream of historical events should serve as an inspiration to meet the changing demands of our time. lt is most fitting that the student body of Northwest has accepted this responsibility of recording these events, which is an indication of accepting the challenge of our world. i I am truly proud of our activities of today and those of former years, but let us all anticipate even greater things for Northwest in future years. Sincerely yours, 'fl .., Q. If : ' 0-piss R. D. McLendon, President 6 vi 'K 1' .. v L Nfl .32i2mwQ- .. . ., ' IQ U f X 1 Fifi? H 'fj.ggg,.Qg,,.,., . .fe -,ww Qwyig-,1,. .MQ , ,N 15, msgs zgasf M X. -X , .. f, , , -' - 41- ,I ,, Y ,, S -, 'fam ., N yy, , 'qg5R3Q,g:5'V 'YX321.Q,ii'E,',,',i" ' ' - ' ' A H I x b Y ,. , . -I ' . 9 1. . NM W:.f.m.-m-- fa . .mg ,,,m,M,,...,. , M , N -. 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Q xr N33 F ,-N3 - , .M,.., ,, ,,,., I A ., , feigux W 'W' X x -,5 . , N X Q X x ew gg, - ' M '--a n x f - E+- 4-, ift- xx .', '-. W' 1' :f i t x 'wx X, ZW. xx ' is Q N SXXQ X 'XXI -,Q . X N X x ' v dk Q. .......... ' -f . 1'-JPXQ, Q w A-V---'--M--, w1mmmmi.,3N2Q'gggg,. ,,,,, Nm WV -1: 'tc' fm I A l 4 P xr Dedica tio n To one whose guidance and understanding as a teacher is unsurpassed . . . to one whose loyal work as a Phi Theta Kappa sponsor is evident . . . to one hose interest in Northwest and her students is sincere . . . we, the annual w staff, respectfully dedicate the 1964 edition of the ROCKETEER to Miss Emmie Ellen Wade, for whom we have great respect and admiration. 8 w"'MW Boarcl of Trustees Don Bartlett, President C. B. Walker, Secretary Homer B. Appleton Max Billingsly W. L. Brewer C. H. Caffey Mrs. J. L. Campbell L. V. Craig Charles Crawford Mrs. Van East Wilson Edmondson Otho Givens, Sr. C. C. Holloman Mrs. T. P. Howard Mrs Simpson Hurdle Wade Kellum Lawanda Moorehead Robert Redding John Rich R. E. Rutherford Dr. Robert P. Sayle J. T. Shultz V. H. Spier Mrs. W. S. Taylor W. L. Wallace T. G. Wells Mrs. I. H. Whiteside Ben G. Wynne at X 5 2 it f 'fx-1 ' fl vin , f'-fe 4- 4 , , ' X X f' if Administration ii Classes 27 V Organizations 89 ,ffeatures Hi Special Events 133 f Activities 163 Sports I7 7 ,.-,AQ5 yi x'A' 'X Y, 1 'li wily Q 'ii' , Retrospect 207 - Adm fn fsfra Hon -ll JAMES P. MCCORMICK HOWARD CARPENTER Academic Dean-Asst. Administrator Director of Guidance ALVIN G. WELCH MRS. SUE COOK BURKS Business Manager Registrar 'I2 MISS ARGATHA HAMILTON W. C. OAKLEY Dean of Women Dean of Men 1 MRS. JEWEL MATTHEWS MRS. ESTELLE BOBO Assistant Dean of Women Supervisor of Housekeeping ,vs I3 1 6? 3 NV' -NN- MRS. KATHRYN BENSON MRS. CAROLYN AINSWORTH Secretary to the President Secretary to the President MISS FAYE NEAL Secretary to the Dean ii 5, 5, li 32 2? NK ?E ,Q D S rx V., O I4 MRS. SYLVIA SMITH Secretary MRS. NELL WOOLARD MRS. MYRTLE CRUMBY Student Center Manager Assistant Manager MRS. RUTH COLE MRS. SHIRLEY CARTER Dietician Assistant Dietician xv , W4 fa 15 i r 1 l A I I 5 I 1 l V r i L f, 1 if I f 5 5 MARY MITCHELL EARL CARTER Bookkeeper Buildings and Grounds REVEREND BILL HARBOUR JAMES McBRO0M Baptist Student Director Public Relations I6 CHARLES AINSWORTH Technical Education B. S.Mississippi State University WALLACE W. BASKIN HUBERT DAVID BLACKWELL Electronics Economics Graduate Southern Bell Telephone B. S. Delta State College School of Electronics M. B, A. Mississippi State University jg J t - 1 ess- fr, .. -s mf -M N ,.. V N '- sg, 17 v 4 H fi r il E E 1 I I 5 . 1, my sf' 1. 5 6 4 , ? A. M. BRISCO JACK BUTTS Agriculture Business Education B. A., University of Mississnmpi B. S., Delta State College B. S., Mississippi State University M. B. E., Mississippi State University MRS. WANDA CARPENTER RALPH M.CALDWELL Art Electronics B. A. Asbury College B. A. E., University of Mississippi M. A. University of Mississippi meow' 'W A www- ,dy 18 ' M. B. S., HOWARD CARPENTER Social Science B. S., Delta State College A., George Peabody College THOMAS DEAN COATS Technical Education .xi . SN' ' NSMKKGYS .I R. ,N Q it is M. A., Memphis State University B. ,.. . .,,,,4., aaeel A ELIZABETH CRISLER CHASE English B. A., Newcomb College M. A., University of Mississippi WILLIAM DURWOOD DENLEY Business and Automotive Technology B.A ., M. B. A.,University of Mississippi me LULA MAE FOWLER ZULA GLENN History Mathematics B. A., Grenada College ' B. S., University of Southern Mississippi M. A., University of Mississippi M. A., University of Mississippi Advanced Study, Columbia University MRS. JOSEPHINE GULLY Librarian ARGATHA HAMILTON B. A,. University of Mississippi Physical Education M. S., Louisiana State Universitv B, S, and M, S,,UniVerSity gf Graduate Study, Columbia University Southern Miggiggiprgi 20 6+ x " 'W' fffifvfxf . Iazsxfsrr- Z" , Q42 ,Qs if 5535 ....wfH-d"""""'HWMM i M .wget i 1 M 1 ' - 1 A 'a.e-:.e-av.. wa.-W ,. ' "-wie-IW X-M2 ' ,- ff 1' ,ii 7 ': - ' Ye : ww- .W , A - ,,. , H , -...NX . X, ,. " 1 . V . ...w,M..,.Awfe's' MISS PAULINE HOLLADAY MRS. LOIS CRAFTON HORTON English c Cosmetology 7 B. A. E. and M. A. University of Miss. Degree In Ceemetelegy, La Veras Certificate in Advance Hair Styling E. A. HUGHES Biology ROBERT KING B. S., M. S. University of Chemistry Southern Mississippi B. A., M. S. University of Mississippi , QQ. -' nl- p X .. Mi X 2'I MILDRED MEACI-IAM JAMES P. MCCORMICK Journalism Accounting B. A., University of Mississippi B. S., Bowling Green College of Commerce: M.B.E., University of Mississippi LYNN McMILLON Bible WILLIAM C. OAKLEY B. A. Oklahoma Christian College Basketball Coach, Psychology Graduate Study, Harding B. S., Memphis State University Graduate School M. E., University of Mississippi J, 22 Qi? CHARLES PEETS Football Coachg Sociology B. S. Delta State Graduate Work Mississippi State University JAMES B. PETREA Business B. S., B. M. E., University of Mississippi Advanced Study, University of Mississippi '22 is JOAN REID IRVING SHAW Business Speech B. S. E., Delta State College B. A., Hardin Simmons University M. R. E., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Graduate Study, University of Mississippi ROLLAND HUGH SHAW Music ANITA JEAN STRATTON B. S., Mississippi College Physics and Mathematics Graduate Study, University of Southern B. S., University of Southem Miss. Mississippi M. A., University of Mississippi 24 'll ww GLENN TRIPLETT MRS. REBECCA RAMSEY TRIPLETT Band Music B. M. E., University of Southern Mississippi B. M. E., University of Southern Mississippi EMMIE ELLEN WADE History MRS. KATHLEEN WOOTEN WAIT B. S., M. A.,University of Miss. Business Advanced Study, Tulane University B. A. E., M. B. E., University of Miss. 25 F AP' - ! 5. wnm-www nm f-Q..- l O 7 b 1 I MARCUS WILLIAMS EVERETT L. WOOLFOLK Technical Education , Science B. S., C. E., Mississippi State B. S., Mississippi State University University Graduate Study,Mississippi State University MRS. CHARLOTTE COKER WORLEY English B. A., Delta State College M. A., University of Mississippi 26 1: f Cfasses 27 s Sap omore Qfrcers PRESIDENT Fred Nabors VICE-PRESIDENT Paul Tyler SECRETARY-TREASURER 1.7. Helon Hardin REPRESENTATIVE ii..-... Pat Chrestman 28 0 p h 0 m 0 1' c S Public relations? Let's not make it too thick! Q9 f ziggy, Q ff, , Ziff aw vm, '4t""'N M, lllllii giilm gzl bbl' HADI 1 it qvvb LESLIE ANDERSON Business A .f Potts Camp, Miss. if 3 ,gf LX MIKE AARON ' Advertising Memphis, Tenn. NELL ANDERSON Business Potts Camp, Miss. Phi Beta Lamba 13 Phi Theta Kappa 13 Wm' Council of Women's Affairs 1. EDDIE ARNOLD Physical Education Sardis, Miss. I SARA ARNOLD Business Education p - Sardis, Miss. ' Misses 1,25 Treasurer Council of Wo- w., men's Affairs 25 Phi Beta Lamba 15 Phi 3 ' Theta Kappa 25 Wesley 1,2g Players 2g Good Citizenship Award for Misses 2. ARTHUR BAILEY Civil Technology Memphis, Tenn. 29 Wm., 11. 'Q'-M-af' iikw ' KW 4- ' x Q - It t i 4 V E 1 FRANKIE BAKER Education Horn Lake. Miss. LYNN BAKER Science Hernando, Miss. Band 1,23 Concert Band 1,25 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 1,25 Singers 1,23 Players 1,25 Wesley 1,2, President 2. DORIS BALEY Elementary Education Como, Miss. Homecoming Court 23 Christian Fellow- ship Officer 1,2g Phi Theta Kappa 1,2, Vice President 23 Student Council Re- porter 2g Ranger Rocket Editor 1,2. ' RONNIE BARNETT Business Memphis, Tenn. CHUCK BATH Education Panama Canal Zone BONNIE BERGE Secretary Training Pennsgrove, N. J. JIMMY BLACK Business Memphis, Tenn. LIBBY ANNE BOBO Accounting Senatobia, Miss. 30 ophomorcs Thank heavens for my Lady Schick! 'Mk 31 BOB BOLT Business Administration Olive Branch, Miss. BILLY BOLTON Forestry Pope, Miss. WARNER BRADFORD Civil Technology Hickory Flat, Miss. LARRY BRATTON Agriculture Bruce, Miss. DWIGHT BRAWLEY Drafting Batesville, Miss. GLEN BROOKS Physical Education Webb, Miss. TOMMY BROOKS Civil Technology Batesville, Miss. JERRY BROWER Business Phillip, Miss. BETTY BROWN Secretarial Training Sardis, Miss. Women's Affairs Se BOBBY BROWN Civil Technology Pope, Miss. PETE BROWN Business Memphis, Tenn. LEON BURTON Pre-Veterinarian Olive Branch, Miss. DELORIS BUTLER Business Whitehaven, Tenn. Phi Beta Lamba 1,25 Misses 2 BSU 12 Players 23 Christian Fellowship 12 'Y' JERRY BUTTS Drafting Senatobia, Miss. ophomorcs ? Don't just stand there, do something! Y? .nf ann-WWW IU" 1 'Q ,gif 2 'WW 22,5 fg wiv A, i at JAMES CHAMBERLAIN Drafting Hernando, Miss. BILLY CHATTAM Education Sardis, Miss. PATRICIA ANNE CHRESTMAN Elementary Education Marks, Miss. BSU 1,2, Officer 1,25 Rocketeer Staff 1, Co-Editor 23 Sophomore Class Represen- tative 2: Student Council 2g Library Staff 23 Spring Formal Queen 1. DUB CHILDRESS Physical Education Stover. Miss. EARNEST CLEVELAND Engineering Hernando, Miss. CLIFFORD COBB Agriculture Lambert. Miss. 33 WNW wwf' l JIMMY COBB Agriculture Lambert, Miss. immk Wil? WAYNE COLE Civil Technology Strayhorn, Miss. 454. BILLY MAC COLEMAN - Math ,,,., Toccopola, Miss. eww LINDA COMMER 1 4 Secondary Education xmas, . V' E -vs W? M Marks. Miss. PATRICIA COOK K English Hernando, Miss. A . BSU 1-2, Officer 1.23 Singers 1.2 ,QQ 21 Concert Ensemble 1,2. TOM COOPER Pre-Med. Como. Miss. MARGIE COPELAND Liberal Arts Water Valley, Miss. JIMMY CROUCH Pre-Engineering Batesville, Miss. Wesley 1,2. 34 Student Council Representative 2 Otficer ophomores It's not for knowledge tha come to college! .,,, 1 5 :'AA 4 W a K. 4119-tv t we all ANN CRUMP Elementary Education Byhalia, Miss. BSU 1,23 Rocketeer Staff 2, Ranger Roc ket Staff 25 Library Staff 2. ELLEN PATRICK DANDRIDGE Secretarial Training Senatobia, Miss. NEIL DARBY Forestry Pope, Miss. ROBERT DAVIS Agriculture Calhoun City, Miss. FRED DEAN Automotive Technology Sumner, Miss. BRENDA DOAK Accounting Bruce, Miss. 35 'NM DORA DODD Chemistry Marks. Miss. JIMMY DALE DORRIS Business Water Valley, Miss. Vice-President Student Council ball 1,23 F.B.L.A. 1,2. JOE DOWNS Pre-Engineering Oxford, Miss. DEAK DUNN Engineering Memphis, Tenn. CHARLES DUNNAGIN Business Calhoun City, Miss. RANDALL EMBREY Engineering Hernando, Miss. BILLY FAULKNER Accounting Hernando, Miss. TOMMY FAULKNER Agriculture Pope, Miss. v 36 23 Foot ophomorcs They gather in the rec and let rest of the world go by! qqzg ,, 2,1-525:5 2 V XSS, f NW AQ' We-.s Ui" ' 6 37 NANCY FAUST Accounting Sledge, Miss. JOE FERGUSON Business Independence, Miss JAY FINNEY Business Memphis, Tenn. DOUGLAS GEAN Business Oxford, Miss. CHARLES GIBSON Business Oxford. Miss. JOHN GIBSON Pre-Veterinarian Coldwater, Miss. CURTIS "BUTCH" GORDON Education Sardis, Miss. Football 2. REBECCA GRAY Secretarial Training Coffeeville, Miss. BECKY DANIEL GWIN Business Forest City, Miss. Cheerleader 1,2g Head Cheerleader 2g Who's Who 1g Council of Women's Af- fairs lg Library Staff 1,25 Homecoming Queen 2. HELON LADELLE HARDIN Secondary Education ' Calhoun City, Miss. BSU 1,2, Officer 1,2g Rocketeer Staff 1, Co-Editor 25 President Council of Wo- men's Affairs 2, Sutdent Council 23 Sophomore Class Secretary 2. CHARLIE HARRIS Agriculture Vance, Miss. BEVERLY HAZEL Elementary Education Batesville, Miss. LARRY HELM 4 Automotive Teclmology Charleston, Miss. DEAN HERRON Agriculture Oakland, Miss. 38 ophomorcs Question .... Who's Who? l n-.4 CHARLES HILL Civil Technology Lambert, Miss. LARRY HIPP Civil Technology Oxford, Miss. ries R 1 . v DON HOBSON Electronics Ripley, Miss. JAMES HOWELL Agriculture Hickory Flat, Miss. FRANK HUDSPETH Civil Technology Ashland, Miss. JOHN HUGGINS Business Oxford, Miss. 39 u I I A I u i i -d JUDY HUGHEY Sociology Olive Branch, Miss. BECKY HYDE Elementary Education Senatobia, Miss. GEORGE JAMES Pre-Med. Bruce, Miss. TOMMY JAMISON Physical Education Potts Camp, Miss. MARY ANNE JENNINGS Liberal Arts Tutwiler, Miss. Misses 1,23 Singers 1,23 Band 12 West M minister 1g Library Staff 1,2. WILSON J ETER Business Memphis, Tenn. Student Council Representative 1 Vice President, President 23 BSU 12 FBLA GASTON JONES Chemistry Senatobia, Miss. JIMMY JONES Civil Technology Oxford, Miss. ophomores 15 ff ii . -... 4-v -5 ' ?'. ' , ,fn ff., . . as fi ff' .... All thumbs! Qb""' 1 0 . 41 .9 J f s. iff ' ... 1,1 ,.'. ff 'ff 1 wif 5 use ' Q . 1. .3 2 ,gl . Q Q ,jig ,f is AP 3 x lg? Y ' 11,-."'2"i 1 5 Q ., ss , ,1 Sli LUCY JONES Music Arkabutla, Miss. PAUL JONES Civil Engineering Senatobia, Miss. NANCY KELLER Elementary Education Greenville, Miss. CAROLYN KIZER Elementary Education Senatobia, Miss. ROBERT KUHN Education Nesbitt, Miss. BESSIE LAMBERT Business Horn Lake, Miss. .V , ,. 1 g A 4 35 I ll 5 4' r .4. ' Y Hgf ' -un, BOB LEIGH Liberal Arts Hernando, Miss. GEORGE LOVELADY Pre-Law Oxford, Miss. BETTY MARTIN Business Batesville, Miss. BILLY MATTHEWS Business Marks, Miss. LINDA MAUNEY Business Potts Camp, Miss. JAMES MAY PreLPharmacy Batesville, Miss. RICHARD MAY Music Marks, Miss. JIM MAYFIELD Agriculture Whitehaven, Tenn. SHIRLEY MAYO We Elementary Education Sledge, Miss. ROBERT HARTZELL MEACHAM Drafting Batesville, Miss. Assistant Photographer 1, Head 24 Wes ley 1 2 Vice-President 2, "Bells Are Ringing lg Singers 25 Student Council 2 SISSY METCALF Secretarial Training Senatobia, Miss. BILLY MILLER Business Coldwater, Miss. LAVERNE MILLER Automotive Technology Independence, Miss. ELIZABETH MITCHELL Business Education Vardaman, Miss. 'Q"""?f AIP" ' MQW ,. M- 21" MMM Q f -"We V. ,B . A. 1" QA ,,. ya.. 1 MIKE MITCHELL Civil Technology Vardaman, Miss. ROBERT MOORE Civil Technology Charleston, Miss. Football 23 Track 1. BOBBY MOORMAN Industrial Technology Sledge, Miss. JANET MORGAN Home Economics Independence, Miss. Home Economics Club 13 Phi Theta Kappa 1. President 2. BEA MCALISTER Secretarial Training Calhoun City, Miss. PENNY MCCAUGHAN Liberal Arts Hernando, Miss. Council of Woman's Affairs Vice-Presi- dent 23 Misses 1,23 Student Council 23 Wesley 1,25 "Bells Are Ringing" 13 Sin- gers 1,2g Ensemble 23 Christian fellow- ship 1.2. GAYLE McCORMICK Business Education Bruce, Miss. BSU 1.2: Phi Beta Lamba 1.2, Secretary 2: Calhoun County Club 1,2. BONNIE McCULLAR Elementary Education Batesville, Miss. 44 ophomores 1 ,.i,, '.' 2' t again? Q e ,QQ 4 A an-x pw- 'QT' ffl I. 45 FRANKIE MCCULLOUGH Business Hernando, Miss. JIMMY EL ROY Business Hernando, Miss. BENNY MCGARRITY Music Charleston, Miss. JAMES McGEE Animal Husbandry Pope, Miss. RUNT MCMINN Physical Education Batesville, Miss. JUDITH MGNEESE Elementary Education Senatobia. Miss. D ' i i E E l ! i l l wx.- -,Kava M 9 FRED NABORS Education Calhoun City. Miss. NYOKA NELSON Elementary Education Pope, Miss. LENA NICHOLAS Education Coldwater. Miss. CAROLYN NOELL Elementary Education Senatobia, Miss. BILL NORRIS Pre-Pharmacy Oxford, Miss. ROSIE O'NEILL Elementary Education Marks, Miss. CHARLIE ORMON Electronics Hickory Flat, Miss. TOM OSWALT Pre-Veterinarian Seldge, Miss. ophomores ' -1- 4 2. .': v . 3 4 Pleased-to-meet-cha. "'1"'I.t'U f""f2-Q""S'l? 'L 1 'R ,S in ELSIE PARKER Pre-Nursing Coffeeville, Miss. RAY PARKS Electronics Somerville, Tenn. RANDIE PEELER Liberal Arts Hernando, Miss. FBLA 13 Band 1,25 Singers 25 Council of Women's Affairs 2g Rocketeer Staff 2: Library Staff 1,2. BOBBY PENNINGTON Agriculture Stover, Miss. MERRILL PENNINGTON Business Oxford, Miss. SAM PERSON Education Water Valley, Miss. 47 l 5. 7 I l E I I l -1 J 34 II iii 111 MICKI PEYTON Journalism Memphis, Tenn. JAMES PIPKIN Physical Education Potts Camp, Miss. JERRY PITCOCK Physical Education Batesville, Miss. MARTHA PITTS Business Senatobia, Miss. JAMES READ Liberal Arts Mount Pleasant, Miss DAVID RICE Argiculture Webb, Miss. BOBBY -RILEY Liberal Arts Hernando, Miss. E. W. ROANE Business Bruce, Miss. JAMES EMMET ROBERSON Pre-Veternarian Batesville, Miss. BILL ROBINSON History Oakland, Miss. DWIGHT ROBINSON Pre-Pharmacy Senatobia, Miss. ROBERT SALMON Pre-Pharmacy Sardis, Miss. W. A. SANDERS Physical Education Hernando, Miss. BETTY SHAW Elementary Education Pope. Miss. 'lm-gy' Wm 'WW"3"'W" CLIFTON RAY SHELTON JR Music Bruce, Miss. A Band 1,23 Singers l,2g Calhoun County . Club 1,23 Boys' Quartet 2. DEREK SIMON Business Senatobia, Miss. JOE SKELTON Business Slayden. Miss. JOE BILL SMITH Business Holly Springs, Miss. SANDRA SOWELL Pre-Med. Hernando, Miss. MIKE SPELTZ Business Memphis, Tenn. ROGER STURGIS Animal Husbandry Enid, Miss. EMMA TATE Liberal Arts Como, Miss. Phi Theta Kappa 1,23 Ranger Rocket Staff 13 Outstanding French Student 1 ophomores This is the way it all started. A i if , k 'Th 5'l ANNETTE TAYLOR Liberal Arts Sunflower, Miss. DIANNA TAYLOR Commercial Arts Olive Branch, Miss. Band 1,2, Singers 1,25 Ensemble 1,25 Homecoming Court 25 Beauty Nominee I1 Student Council Secretary 2, Misses 1.2: Christian Fellowship 1, Secretary 2: Westminister 1,2. DANIEL TEASLER Agriculture Independence, Miss. JIMBO THOMPSON Physical Education Water Valley, Miss. JERRY TODD Business Coldwater, Miss. CHARLES TRAMMEL Civil Engineering Batesville, Miss. Football 1,2g Student Council 2, Phi Theta Kappa Pledge 15 Freshman Class President 1. Sf' Y' PAUL RAY TYLER Business Bruce, Miss. W Z ', SANDRA MILLICENT UPCHURCH 'Elementary Education h Walls, Miss. 1 BSU 1,25 Rocketeer Staff 2. BETTY MARELYN VANCE Home Economics Calhoun City, Miss. BSU 1,29 Officer 2, Christain Fellowship 1,25 Singers 1,25 Ensemble 25 Spring 3, Formal Court 1, Home Economics Club we-an-f 1, V. Pres. 1. SANDRA VEAZEY Art Coldwater, Miss. MARY JANE WALDROP Education Senatobia, Miss. ALICE WALKER Business Memphis, Tenn. FREDDY WATT Pre-Pharmacy Senatobia, Miss. WOODY WELCH Business Oxford, Miss. 52 DAVID WHITE Management Calhoun City, Miss. BEVERLY WILDER Business Sledge, Miss. DAVID A. WILLIAMS Accounting Bruce, Miss. W Student Council Officer 2, Band 12 Ph1 Beta Lamba President 23 Calhoun County Club 1,2. BOBBY WILLIAMS Physical Education Water Valley, Miss. CHARLIE WILLIAMS Pre-Med. Senatobia, Miss. JOHN CRISS WILLIAMS Civil Technology Coffeeville, Miss. 53 It n L LAWRENCE WILLIAMSON Social Science Pope, Miss. H ERMAN WILSON Psychology Strayhorn, Miss. BILLY WINTERS Business Webb, Miss. WESLEY WOLFE Agriculture Charleston, Miss. KENNY WORSHAM Pre-Engineering Horn Lake, Miss. JAMES WRIGHT Automotive Technology Oxford, Miss. MARY LOUISE WYNNE Home Economics MW W" Coldwater, Miss. MACK YOUNG Agriculture Marks, Miss. I 1 . 1 Freslzmen Office rs PRESIDENT E Terry Gwin FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT il.-Q. Tod Benz SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT 1..-4. Sam Crist SECRETARY Sandra Drake REPRESENTATIVES ..l..? 56 Carolyn Mitchell Janice Morrow Billy Parrish ' :S 'lin--V' First Row: Carroll Abbott -Q Whitehaven, William Acru 1? Olive Branch, Dianne Adams .-.. Marks, Elizabeth Aiken il Ashland, Bethel Alexander Second Row: Penny Alexander Bobby Allison 1-L Marlon Anderson Bob Anglin il.. Ralph Arrington .....,..- - Memphis, Calhoun City, Southhaven, Oxford, Batesville, Bruce, Tenn. Miss. Miss. Miss. Tenn Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Q Q bm? reshmen 'fi-F Northwest on air First Row: Don Austin ...... MemphiS, Mary Avent ..... Strayhorn, John Avery David Bailey David Bailey ...... Courtland, ..... Charleston, ---- Oakland. Tenn. Miss Miss Miss Miss Second Row: Janes Bailey - Sammy Bailey Holly Springs Holly Springs Sledgei Harold Baker -- Wayne Barfield ..... Coldwater David Barham Third Row: Paul Beale ..,- ,,... .... Byhalia, Carol Bell -..-- Water Valley, Tod Benz ...--- -- Water Valley, Pat Berryhill Archie Blair --- --.-- Senatobia, -.- -- Marks, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Independence, Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Www M-4' l WIS-rf' MQ? ,Q ., First Row: David Blaylock ....i- Charleston, Ross Boatright .-. Oxford, Michael Bostic F.?h- Senatobia. Bill Bowen -A... Olive Branch, Kay Brady A eqaB.-.aN.-- Byhalia, Second Row: Carolyn Brandt .?v--.f.-- Oxford Joanne Branscomb ite Courtland, Bobby Bransom lac- Charleston Mike Brassell +.lee Batesville, Johnny Braswell ,i- B-- Coffeeville reshmen Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss 'ia ..Fi' ref' i',,p32v rg ' 1-' A . Ti 3 ', 5? are - A - A V "' -of r 4' 1, f' 4 ,J-CVE .3 is f N ff ' Y I , w MWA, Cf' .vi First Row: Jerry Brotschi .l Eddie Brewer l.. Frankie Brewer David Bridges lm? Frankie Briggs 4 . f 'Qi his u ia' , rdsir 533' Z W U W Independence Olive Branch Third Row: Batesville, Lambert: l..- Crenshaw Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Chesterfield Brown Tommy Brown Sarah Browning Pam Bullard Jane Buntin Second Row: Robert Briscoe Joe Broadway Judi Broadnax ll- Oxford, Miss ......- Coldwater, Miss .. Pine Bluff, Ark Breck Brown ii- Carolyn Brown Water Valley, Calhoun City, 1.11 Batesville, ?..i-. Sledge, L..-.,--.- Batesville, Water Valley, Miss M.A,-,.- Batesville, Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss S 60 Q5 ' ' 1 First Row: Sue Burford -l.. Senatobia, Tommy Burkley , Charleston, J. C. Burns ..... Batesville, Mikel Coffey -T .L Etta, Patricia Campbell Horn Lake, Second Row: Richard Campbell Horn Lake, Jimmy Cannon -W.-.-1 Tunica, Stanley Cannon -.-.,.- Lula, Tommy Carpenter ig. Senatobia, Clyde Carr - ? Batesville, 'iw-A-. rcshmcn Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. Typical deadheads! A... wr -,wx nf L Q 'BI' 1 ,-'A i 4-li," 4 .M "'f"'. - .aw - " If'-1-'-'s"""""1, . .'...-1-Af.. yf' , , U - ,pl ua V ,..- -is l -nc. ,- -. .l as - My ..- .A s. - . ' u . 4 ' .,. V . Q F Nl!'!1"Q"0" ' Q, . .uit -- sz. f-,elf "' L, my v'r'4i3?v:xi.m ."- s'.- l fsif':f-gf111ff1ffP'-'Q' 7, ' Q M','. 7...-'as' 4 , Q,Q Wig.-is.. "' V "1" ' 'erzwf-'l.f'.I ibn. . U. First Row: Second Row: Ronnie Carroll ..-.w.- Ashland, Miss. William Clark l.-.-- Marks, Miss. Russell Carlisle -ek Coldwater, Miss Bill Clayton QTY... Sardis, Miss. Mary Earle Carver 1---- Eupora, Miss. Ralph Clayton gi.. Potts Camp, Miss. Stanley Childers 11. Ashland, Miss. Nina Cobb Fl--. Batesville, Miss. Sam Christ -. .... - -me.,- Sardis, Miss Bobby Cofer ,.,-.-.-...W .- Bruce, Miss. Third Row: Butone Connell NRA... Potts Camp, Miss Charlene Cooper W,94+- Duck Hill, Miss. Floyd Cooper 15.1. Sledge, Miss Johnny Cox vim.. Larry Cox .. . -- . "'V'-- "IIT"--qv Water Valley, Water Valley, 62 Miss Miss Q: 'G VH? wr-gm, S si' z i 'Yi ik' -1 Qs. 44 . 'KCI' :iii A IM " tilt. azz f FYI?-ff' . .4 Q ff' Xi! g-fitffi Q zz., First Row: Charles Craig ...- Will Ray Crouch Rl Brenda Crump -1?- Ann Cumberland . Henry Cunningham Second Row: W. H. Cushman Senatobia, Ralph Dandridge 1. Gloria Darby ..v Mary Lou Davidson Bill Davis ,A Independence, Coldwater, Hernando, Water Valley E..-. Coldwater, Batesville, Byhalia, Calhoun City, Redbanks. 5 reshmen Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. President's tea for new students I H P P i i L 4 1 , W' el-gfx First Row: Kenneth Davis Calhoun City, Mike Day - Memphis, Karen Dickey Water Valley, Frank Dobson - Memphis Jim Doss - Memphis, Miss Tenn Miss Tenn. Tenn Second Row: Guy Downs - Oxford, Sandra Drake -- Batesville, Martha Dunn - Potts Camp, Tom Dye - Days, Jerry Easley -- Memphis, Third Row: Ginger Eason -- Memphis, Allen Eatmon -- Coffeeville, James Edwards --- Memphis, Wayne Elder - Olive Branch, Lois Earnest -C C- ---- Coldwater, Tenn. Miss Tenn. Miss. Miss My .353 2:-519 , 4-Qs: 9, "3 " Miss Miss Miss Miss Tenn L vfrrixfitis 5 . wwf, - 'XX ,, up -'t":'r ' 3 'lb OW 7 First Row: Mary Erwin -..-..- Clarksdale, Larry Eubanks --..-. Marks, Joe Farmer -LE Coffeeville, Louis Farris ..-.g Charleston, Gale Faulkner -..1 Batesville, Second Row: , Jimmy Faust ..?l Oxford, Marjorie Ferguson Batesville, Bonnie Ferrell ig:-.. Etta Bobby Flemmons 7 -T. Vance Betty Fly -+L Oaklandz reshmen Pre-Homecoming Plans Miss. 1 Miss. Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss First Row: Richard Fly Charles Force F Beverly Fortner Sarah Foster Sid Franklin Water Valley, Miss. FF Fd-, Memphis, Tenn. Independence. Miss. F F F FF Sledge. Miss F FF Memphis, Tenn. Third Row: Second Row: Olivia Frazier Danny Freeze Dianne Gentry Martin Gonzales MFL? Lambert, Kenny Goodwin .,,..z Water Valley, Jere Graham Www--- Batesville, Frank Grozinger -c . WE, Crowder, Evelyn Gurley -FF,F Independence. X -...M--v' KFFFMFFGG Tunica Independenlce, Ginger Gay ---.NYG-Q Oxford -.l Batesville Mike Gibbs -Fc - Miss. Miss Miss. Miss Miss ,.-m--H Memphis Miss Miss Miss Miss Tenn -sg, . fr ,W 1, .532 vi?-f gsm .lm 'SWK we---0" my nw fain ia? 1 lf eshmen First Row: Terry Gwin -gl- Batesville, Miss. Bob Hardy ami- Memphis, Tenn. Ed Harper LH.,.- Memphis, Tenn. Hilda Harper t.d--,-a.aa ,... .- Jackson, Miss. Dusty Harrington -M M- Marianna, Ark. Second Row: Barbara Harris ..W.i- Hernando, Miss Lou Harrison ..-.., ,- Whitehaven. Tenn Tommy Harris --aaaaa,, Batesville, Miss Larry Hart W -.--aa-W. Water Valley Miss Ricky Harvey Coldwater Miss First Row: Elaine Hayes l Sandra Haynes West Memphis, -P... Sardis, Ark. Miss Second .Rows Roy Hill QT., Barry Hobson i. Laura Hodge ,..i.. Mary Leigh Holland Rayburn Hood iT Robert Hendrix - Batesville, Miss Shans Henson -.-L.. Batesville, Miss Deidra Hill lr,-T- Oxford, Miss Third Row: Pat Horn l.-.- Kathy House Y- George Houston Grace Hudson Bvi- Jackie HudsonH, . Memphis, Tenn Hi. Olive Branch, Miss -ii- Webb, Miss Batesville, Miss Hernando. Miss Y ,,.k X Water Valley, Ashland, Oxford, - Oakland, - Pittsboro, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. X ' A N Yrs!! -e1-+1. First Row: John Hudson Emma, Spencer Hudson -gd.. Ronnie Hudspeth Mk.- Patsy Hughey lm, Dot Humphreys --l--i Second Row: Sammy Humberger - Coldwater, Miss. Batesville, Miss. Hickory Flat, Miss. Ashland, Miss. Holly Springs, Miss. Carol Jean Hurst h....-a- Bruce, Sue Ann Hyde al. Ann Jackson alms James Jackson --We Olive Branch,, Water Valley, wi- Bruce W-- Oxford. Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss ',,-ww reshmen J 'X First Row: David Jamieson T... Independence, Betty Gail Jenkins Alice Johnsey Q... Water Valley, Julian Johnson ...?k Senatobia, Margaret Johnson Clara Kennedy Miss. Miss Miss Miss Tenn Second Row: Sandra Johnson .-..- Barry Jones ,ll Donnie Jones LT.: Kenny Joslin h. Senatobia Coffeevillei Memphis Batesvillel Everette Kedd F..--- Sarah. Al, Memphis, Tenn. -il.. Southhaven, Miss 311- Coldwater, Miss Senatobia, Miss. al.-. Whitehaven, Tenn Miss. Miss Tenn Miss Miss 'ww X .su ' . Q4 Q ,- Vx, ,- .4 use fi: 43 fl. -7' VQS 5 Q J r x HT, K 'ir P x First Row: Jimmy Kilgore ...i..-... Pope Jesse Burke King --.5 Sardis, Johnny King ....l.. Batesville, Stanley King .....i. Jimmy Kopf .....-,- Second Row: Charles Kutcher John Kyle Larry Lane -.l.. Melton Loftis ..-.q... Chad Long i......... Potts Camp, Senatobia, Beacher City, Ill. Charleston, Miss. Charleston, Miss. Memphis, Tenn. Springfield, Ohio reshmen Stuffing the box? Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. First Row: Judy Luttrell -....... Bruce, Miss Mike Lyons ..--- ..- Nesbitt, Miss. Phillip Mangrum Doyle Manning ----- Batesville, Miss Whitehaven, Tenn Letitia Mann ..-.-.. C , -- Tillatobia, Miss Second Row: Juanita Massey ...i Coldwater, Larry McCachran Robert McCafflin Don McConnell ..... Whitehaven, Carnes McCormack Third Row: Billy McDaniel T.- Senatobia, Miss Bob McLeod .....i Ashland, Miss Kenneth McNeil ..l. Lambert, Miss Suzanne McNeil ....-. Batesville Miss. Bobby Merriman Batesville, Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss 'KT' '12"..:' First Row: Charles Meugey -.?Q. Sardis, Clara Mills .-..-.1 Courtland, Ray Minor .-i.- Hickory Flat, Carolyn Mitchell -.... Memphis, Charles Mitchell Holly Springs, Second Row: Kyle Dean Mize .l..l. Yocona, Sharon Mize -..- Oxford, Jerry Mooney ?.i- Hernando, James Moore l- Millington, J. C. Morrow ..-- Holly Springs, Mx , 'f-mv reshmcn avg, L v Anybody have a penny? Miss. Miss. Miss. Tenn Miss Miss. Miss. if Miss. Tenn. Miss. rf is W' 3 '. A B 1 l 3 HT First Row: Sherry Mullins ...... Mendenhall, Martha Nabors -...Q Tutwiler, Frank Navarra -.....- Memphis, Harry Neal .i..,. Water Valley, Edwin Newman W.-Q-. Oxford, Third Row: Miss Miss Tenn. Miss Miss Second Row: Cathy Newton Gilbert Neyman Bobby Norris Janyth Odom il. Calhoun City Cliff Olson ill Carole Oliver Betty O'Nei11 Gail Ormon -- Lois Odom it Independence V if 'A t Q ws, ,7 N JZ gb " 5 Q gf Yonkers, Marks, Hickory Flat, Senatobia, Coldwater, Senatobia, Charleston, Linda O'Bannon .i....Batesvil1e, Miss N.Y Miss Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss P, 'FE' 5 QW? lk 5... S r 3 sw W First Row: Eddie Osborn Horn Lake, John Osborn - Olive Branch Ray Osborn H.. Memphis, Billy Parish ........... Clarksdale, Becky Parks LiL- Etta, Second Row: Gail Parker -.-l Memphis, Brad Parsley Whitehaven, Russell Patterson .11 Oxford, Jerry Peeples .lg Memphis, Paul Pennington - . Sumner reshmen Miss. Miss. Tenn. Miss. Miss. Tenn Tenn Miss Tenn Miss. W.. is 3' Watch her. I think she's a pickpocket! P P F 3. M H , 4 up I -I First Row: Amos Perrett David Perry Marcel Perry Joy Person L-. ..-LL-- Larry Person -L WL- Southhaven, LL--L-L.--.+- Oxford, L.LL.......- Lambert, Water Valley, Miss. Miss Miss Miss. Second Row: Bobby Phelps L Donald Phelps LL Batesville Batesville, Linda Phillips -.-.R- Robert Phillips Water Valley, Miss. Gerald Porter . . Third Row: Peggy Posey --.LLL...LY- Tunicat Miss Charles Powell gvngw.-- Como, Miss Bobby Rasco LAL.. L Horn Lake, Miss Eddie Reid -Us LLLL -L ,.---.- Bruce, Miss Jackie Reid L .. Como, Miss. Batesville, Potts Camp, Water Valley. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. .Q 'Who- aku. '53 if Ji' 76 1. ,- First Row: Mide Reid all- Horn Lake, Edward Remphy Water Valley, Sue Richards -..?. Coffeeville, Jim Richter g-l Horn Lake, Willa Rikard .-Wsw-s---.....-.k Pope, Second Row: Jimmy Roach Q.-.-. Charleston, Darlene Roaten li Olive Branch, Charlene Roberts' - Memphis, John Robertson -......- Batesville, Ailce Roper -l.....- Marks, reshmen Darn! I bet it's not spiked! Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Tenn. Miss. Miss. 'R S 3 First Row: Henry Rowland Mm, Dorothy Rutherford Warren Sagar C. .C John Sallack Jane Sanders Hickory Flat ...S Batesville, Water Valley Olive Branch -S Memphis, Third Row: Jean Scott Miss Miss Miss Miss. Tenn Cathy Scruggs , , James Sealy Pam Sharpston . Clarence Shepard Second Row: Judy Sanders -..---.a- .- .gms Teresa Sanders ... Larry Sandridge .. - Jimmy Sartain ,N Linda Saunders .--.- M-, Hernando, Miss Independence, Miss Senatobia. Miss. , Byhalia, Miss. Memphis, Tenn SCF' 12 U0 78 Pope. -W ..- Sardis Olive Branch, Water Valley, ,. Coldwater, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. .w x Q, ci ' 'i X. is J' I ur' A- 4627 1 i 5 reshmen E Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Tenn. Miss. Micc. Miss Miss. Miss. First Row: Charles Shives C4-C -- Walthall, Richard Simmons Calhoun City, Judy Simpson as L- Ashland, Sherry Simpson - ss--- - Charleston, Sue Simpson ------ Memphis. Second Row: Eddie Ray Sing Yfia- Hernando. Bruce Sinquefield Q-.. C Senatobia, Earnestine Slaughter -.. ... Charleston, Carolyn Smith awash S-- Olive Branch, Larry Smith .,-.---s.V s.-,--,, Sumner, A girl's got to meet expenses? V ia Y 1 'M First Row: Rita Smith -....,..-.- Nancy Snyder ll Gary Speers i.?. ,....?- Sardis, - Memphis, Fadelle Sturgeon Jerry Starnes -..... Third Row: Como, Miss. Clarksdale, Miss. - Nesbitt, Miss Miss. Tenn. Motsy Taylor F?-.-.- Rowdy Taylor ii- Billy Thompson Jerry Thompson Bobby Thornton Second Row: Vernon Stevenson Sandra Steward ?L B-.?,. Webb, Independence, David Still ..?l Batesville Carol Sullivan ., Dwain Sutton l..-- Pope, Miss. Olive Branch, Miss -, Ashland, Miss. Mount Pleasant, Miss. - Sardis, Miss. Hickory Flat Batesville, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. :'f- . . ti.. rf 3' X xx Q4 5 X Q 3 9 s t N9 s, -.-.,...-f 69" FFT' 'E Q im 4-,i j 5-rf' 80 XR K '55 rw. 'll 0 if ' 6' f 'C Q, First Row: Kirby Thurmon Jimmy Tillman Robert Tillman Rita Trantham Judy Tulles ws i ,. Second Row: Mary Lynn Tu Paul Upchurch FDEP .tl ji Memphis, Water Valley, Whitehaven, Charleston, Jackson, -- Batesville, Walls, Clifton Valentine s s 1-E Gary Veazey Harold Vinson Slayden, - Senatobia, Byhalia, Tenn. Miss. Tenn. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. reshmen 5 1-Q.,-f 1 , i M499 5 .W fi Keep on, you'll get it right. ... - ' 15532 L il Q 2 i I 10 ar!! 1 l First Row: Shirley Wages Johnny Walker Johnny Wallace Stanley Ward Q-i Nancy Watkins ?i- Senatobia, Miss Independence, Miss. Olive Branch, Miss. - Ashland, Miss Holly Springs Miss Second Row: Sandra Weaver Patsy Webb - - George Weeks Truman Wetherly Bob White All-- Third Row: Donald White -.g-Q. Toccopola, Miss Albert Wilborn .au Water Valley, Miss Patsy Wilborn li Senatobia, Miss Faye Wilhelm -MT. Senatobia, Miss Dennis Wilkes .-a.- Charleston, Miss. Calhoun City Memphis, Senatobia, Potts Camp, Senatobia, Miss Tenn Miss Miss Miss ,, l 63 82 999569 A 4 H ' Q , Q 3' , Q 1 :Ts-so. QQ , X Na Q A . . J" if 4' 7 -Q ' 4 'rfb 'Q' QW st reshmen First Row: Jerry Williams -...Q- Southhaven, Miss. Ronald Williams .l-Q Cord, Ark. Raymond Winkler 1,+ Memphis, Tenn. Alfred Wilson gi.. Don Wilson ll. Second Row: Holly Springs, Miss. Hickory Flat, Miss Sandra Wilson 5-1. Coldwater, Miss. Connie Wimberly -W -,- Lambert, Miss. Marie Wofford -M-M- Horn Lake, Miss. Gus Wood M-t-- Whitehaven, Tenn. Martha Lynn Woodruff -- Batesville, Miss. QU' ' '12 :1-f V- if Betty W0OdS was as Water' Valley, MiSS- Nancy York k-am-- Coffeeville, Miss. Dean Wright as as W, Water Valley, Miss. Bud Young 4Mu,-u-- Marks. Miss Kenny Youngblood , f-,,W-.A Marks, Miss. Should have brought my lunch! I 1 84 'N-.-nfl' -.aa Freshmen cheerleaders She hasn't learned the rules yet! Regkin' gm-' we X 85 S B-aP"""'M First Row: PATTIE AZBILL, Clarksdale, Miss.g SANDY BABCOCK, Barrington, Ill., DIANNE BOU- CHILLON, Marks, Miss., DIANNE COBB, Charleston, Miss. Second Row: RUBY FRAYSER, Senatobia, Miss., ZOLA HAYES, Tunica, Miss., BONNIE JO HILL- HOUSE, Banner, Miss.g PAT HOUSTON, Sena- tobia, Miss. Cosmeiofogy YQ E ,pfv- ,e"4"u.f' , "k"f."f7i"7'x W ' First Row: CAROLYN MARTIN, Senatobia, Miss.g VIR- GINIA MCCALLUM, Hattiesburg, Miss., SHA- RON PARKER, Calhoun City, Miss., BAR- BARA PERRY, Clarksdale, Miss. gi , X gi' f him Second Row: JANIE RADICIONI, Shelby, Miss., EDRA RAY, Marks, Miss., NANCY SANDERS, She- rard, Miss., JUDY SMITH, Tunica, Miss. ' Cosmetology girls do BARBARA VEAZEY Coldwater, Miss. BARBARA WEBB Batesville, Miss. PEGGY WOOLFOLK Senatobia, Miss. MILDRED YOUNG , Tunica, Miss. make-up for the plays. Manicures are a part of every day. l 4 C. .4 K- A ll 3 ' ' E39 f-"""' '4VA -Q... iisllgg .TN HV. A Qrga nfzaffons 'A- Y- x a.. F f .X . ' 'r XXX' ii-I X sj pf' Q fQ J 'sv DORIS BALEY AL WILLIAMS Reporter Parliamentarian Student Council Members Faculty Advisors-ZULA GLENN and CHARLES AINSWORTH 91 P ,l..... i i ! i .. :sefii 1 p ,sit ,, A Kiwis? , ,, Zllfifv . A MQ! 5 l Plzi Tlzeta Kappa OFFICERS President - Janet Morgan Vice-President e Linda Mauney Secretary Sandra Sowell Treasurer Lucy Jones Reporter Doris Baley This nonsecret honorary society was developed to promote leadership, scholarship, and fellowship among the students of the campus. Membership in this club is limited to full time students who are working toward the bachelor of science or the bachelor of arts degree. Members must possess recognized qualities of character and leadership and must be within the upper scholastic ten percent of the regularly enrolled students. 92 its My +++-I--I--l--ll-an-ez--ig-af-sw-r -H-I-++ 'I-'E-r!"k'+-I--H-4 +++++4464??1G iiiiii +++P+l+ 4 -I--I-3+ '!'1f'k'lf Q- 'iifiwfg .xalsfzfisng . ' Plzi Baia Lamlva President A1 Williams Vice-President - Sid Franklin Secretary Gail McCormick Treasurer Margie Copeland Reporter .lim Doss Parliamentarian Basal White The Phi Beta Lamba is the Northwest chapter ot the Future Business Leaders of America. Through the various activities of the organizatno business students i I bl t " ' I d h' d bl gan va ua e raining in ea ers up an responsi i ty Northwest participates in state activities and is rated high tor its progress in the business field. 93 i M ,,4, grfcu ,fu re OFFICERS President . we .. s J - Mack Young Vice-President -Yeas MQW.,--m-ce,c-?. Larry Lane Secretary -sw---.A,,,--. ss- c Larry McCachran R9p0l'f6I' e--- who -..N - Wesley Wolfe Advisor so -- M Mr. A, M. Briscoe The Agriculture Club of Northwest Mississippi Junior College continues to grow. This year, the club under the direction of Mr. A. M. Briscoe, made an outstanding record at the 1963 Mississippi Junior College Livestock Judging Contest. David Baily, Larry Lane, Larry McCachren, Wesley Wolts, and Roger Sturgis, all of Charleston, Mississippi, won twelve awards out of the twenty that were given. Northwest is proud of the team, the entire club, and Mr. Briscoe for all the outstanding achievements they have made, and for the record they have set for our school. 94 We , I if Norflzwesf Players OFFICERS President c A - 4 T0d BSHZ Vice-President The Northwest Players, a dramatic team of Northwest Junior College present plays of high quality to the student body. Earlier in the year, a fine cast presented "Twelve Angry Jurors," a highly dramatic production. The musical comedy, "South Pacific," was presented by the players in late February. 95 FW ' 1 f Siiaifofcw i as rr, LWWEWA f, Bapfisf Sfuclenf Union OFFICERS President - Jim Raley Vice President Skeet McDonald Secretary Nancy Keller Devotional Chairman Pat Cook Social Chairmen Pat Chrestman, Freddy Watts Publicity Chairmen Betty Vance, Helon Hardin Music Chairman Richard May Enlistment Chairman Beverly Hazel Director - Bill Harbour The BSU sponsors many campus-wide activities. It is an active organ- ization on campus and ministers to the moral and spiritual needs of students. The BSU invites students to attend their regular meetings, Christian Fellowship, and Morning Watch. 96 L an Wesley Foundation OFFICERS President Lynn Baker Vice-President - Bob Meacham Secretary Bonnie Berge Treasurer James Read Reporter Doris Baley Christian Fellowship Representative Clara Mills Director Reverend Leo Bailev The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist organization for college students, and works in very close cooperation with the local church. The purpose of the Wesley Foundation is to provide for the spiritual, social, and recreational needs of students. The organization meets twice a month on the campus with programs varying from forum to skating parties. 97 Christian efiows ip OFFICERS President -- Freddy,Watts Vice President Lucy Jones Secretary ssDianna Taylor Advisor Pauline Holiday Christian Fellowship is a combination of all the religious sects on North- west campus. The officers are chosen from the various groups and all work together in harmony, forgetting any difference in denominations. Northwest is proudl of the good participation of the students in religious activities and gives the credit to the' organization of the Christian Fellowship. 98 Council of W0men's Affairs President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter OFFICERS Helon Hardin Penny McCaughn e Betty Brown Sara Arnold Doris Baley The Council of Women's Affairs was organized for the purpose of pro- viding a link between the women students and the Dean of Women. The Council is composed of one girl from each wing in the dormitory and five officers. The Council meets once each week to make recommendations con- cerning women students welfare. 99 5 is H3 1 5 . , s W . ,fi 1 Egg Q l ' R. at 1 , . X, , 3, ,,f. P 5 - 5 Q . iff ' i ' 'K 'I 'for iff ' H -T S 3 1 av' g ss 1: orflzwesi Singers OFFICERS President Bobby Brasher Vice-President e Tommy Carpenter Secretary Lucy Jones Treasurers - Hilda Harper, Cathy Newton Reporter as "Skeet" McDonald Director Roland Shaw The Northwest Singers are a group of select voices which blend four days a week. Activities of the singers this year have been performances during assem- bly, during Religious Emphasis Week, the annual Christmas program of song, as well as trips to other schools for a showing of Northwest talent. Choice voices from the singers make up a girls' ensemble and a boys' ' ensemble, as well as many smaller groups which perform at various occasions. 100 t ri ai 3 3 3 ,l if il ' I 4 , 4 ,Q 3 PK Q A " 4. ,C 47 , 2 ' 5959555 W ' ., Q',?'I.X,L 4-gy v. X 3. Q 'NSVewf-QQ.. V 4 .M . ff . V wg 1 Y mmm-Q 1 X 9:3 H 52, .4 N -'H QQ N X: N 2444! Boys' an Girfs' nsemfofe if x X E R 1 X A S X A bi 1 Q X x - gg x X X W! f f mmgfzv4ywfaw Ls K X Wil V Norilzwesi Ranger Banc! OFFICERS Captain - Richard May Lieutenant es- Freddy Watts Sergeants .l.?.+.- Harvey Dunn, Lynn Baker, Billy Holland Director Mr. Glenn Tripplet Performances at all home football games, pep rallies, at many Christmas parades, and selected road games are all a part of the Northwest Marching Band activities. This year our band had the distinct honor of performing at the inauguration of Governor Paul Johnson. All band members are on scholarship and meet five days each week for practice. 102 P Cllapfer 0 M A in onia OFFICERS President ..-ms -Wa s Vice-President E- s s Secretary ,We Alumni Secretary A , Treasurer s ss- so , Warden -dm - Historian se so - Y Benny McGarrity - Ranny Shelton Ralph McCormack ,e Richard May - Freddy Watts s Buddy Baker Tom Davidson The chapter of the Phi Mu Alpha is enioying its second year at North west. Northwest is proud to be one of only two junior colleges to have such an organization on its campus. The sinfonia is under the leadership of Mr. Roland Shaw and Mr. Glenn Tripplet. 103 I Q in-.. The N0 rtlz west Misses FEATURE TWIRLERS: I Betty Gale Jenkins and Mary Carver DRUM MAJOR: N Sam Christ I Billy Holland Martha Nabors Sam Christ Rosie O'Nei1l Mary Carver Patsy Wilborn Linda Phillips Randie Peeler Tom Davidson s Concert Ban MEMBERS Richard May Dianna Taylor Larry Eubanks Mary Anne Jennings Betty Gale Jenkins Buddy Baker Janice Morrow Bobby Brasher Butch Dunn Jim Richter s Billy Parrish Ranny Shelton Tommy Carpenter Russell Patterson Dusty Harrington Mike Frakes Freddy Watts Gaston Jones Mike Lyons The concert band is made up of select members, who perform in various programs rather than in the marching capacity. They perform for special pro- grams and provide background music for the plays and the musical. The concert band is under the direction of Mr. Glenn Tripplet. 105 ,tm I -1 i i 1 3 Ywmnn. 'mums- Science Cfufp OFFICERS President - George James Vice-President s- Tommy Simpson Secretary-Treasurer Freddy Watts Reporter Louis Farris A newly organized group on campus under the direction of faculty ad- visors, Mr. Everette Woolfolk, Mr. Edgar Hughes, Mr. Bobby King, and Miss Anita Stratton, is the science club. The purpose of the club is to foster an in- terest in science and to increase the knowledge of science. The club is made up of approximately twenty-nine members. 106 is 1' Cosmefoiogy Clulr OFFICERS President Pat Hughes Vice-President Barbara Perry Secretary-Treasurer Janie Radicionni Reporter Nancy Sanders Representative as Judy Smith Instructor as Mrs. Lois Horton The Cosmetology Club aims to achieve knowledge which through 'rroining and practice may lead to success. This group of girls, under the able guidance of Mrs. Lois Horton, learns skills and their applications in hair styling. 'IO7 , if mf 0 if ff? M Cf ' ...wnfhqnm Ranger Rockef Si EDITOR: Doris Baley 108 6 5.3 : 23 j?' xg5 xx J pw lx N y f 'JK j WW . W""""' uh"""'- 0x n - X ' K ."-. "', ,XLS I '42' Rocketeer taff C0-EDITOR-Helon Hardin C0-EDITOR-Pat Chrestman I Calhoun County Cfulv OFFICERS President C Gwin Winters Vice-President C E. W. Roane Secretary Paul Tyler The Calhoun County Club, which was organized last year, is composed of forty students from the towns of Calhoun City, Bruce, and Vardaman, who are attending Northwest. The club, under the direction of Miss .loan Reid, Miss Zula Glenn, and Reverend Leo Bailey, was originated for the purpose of pro- viding fellowship among the students and publicity which will let the people in Calhoun County know what their students are doing. 'I'l0 Feafures an 'Z .1- fgzx' ,ZA A Bla- V+. 1 Rosie O'Neill Wilson Jeter ,.1 M ir- . 1 4 ,, .asa-,:-gw ' W' ,V N ' ,f fi? L-J 3:25:45 -F' ' M ,N X ' 5 Y, M I 4,051 4 vf 0 + U , , Z 1 ,.4. x A, ms., -, cus 'Q - wwvm ,xg 4,4 Q ..: I MOST BEAUTIFUL Mick! Peyton ,4f '2ffff'2ifA Wig. i Qrxs n' Y N 'lf N A Ng, , v: Lf, 53. H, ff :?"f' ,, wb. -: ','.. wr, W.: 2 '-SG?:jff' ' 4" .:.:1v Y , ,.-vksglvq. 1-'Afqf 1 fr 1., BEA UTY Doris Baley ,4 Q . , W f , J f ,-:fn X , Aw 7 f 4 Av ,. ,A ,,f,,4.. Y 5. 3,9 is 2, Q fm. ' 'Q BEAUTY Becky Gwin o 49 M X X- 4 A 2 Mfg! X 2 ik, I A BEA UTY Betty Shaw - -Q 4 ,zM,,. 5 4 N .X xX x Y .8 h xx, g . M A ,, Mx, . 4' we Y .1 'SW ' We X V- 4 K ' if x vii: YQ il- 'BWV BEAUTY NOMINEES Annefie TCIYIOF Cathy House Betty Vance Pat Chrestman POT C00k Nyoka Nelson Sandra Drake 121 lu lx 1, i 1 s 1 i 4 1 ilki. V 19,99-if ' 1 .1 c ., .' - . 4, ' i avi? E?I'3?.n Um. WuHa?1-91' g 'Z f x 1 ,ki , A I J Q f f g 'i . f . ,, :'- if Z 32 5? sw Af af, J ,if is ' X s ,Q--1-01. N-V .V M Rosie O'NeilI James Wright Janice MOFYOW IVIILIKI TCYIUII David Still Ronnie Barnett Rx sy EAA A-'A 5 -Q visa! iff 3? Most Versatile Janice Morrow Jimmy Dale Dorris Campus Cuties Friendliesf Micki Peyton Betty Shaw Jimmy Dale Dorris Jimmy Dale Dorris 'MW Ha of Fame Sara Arnold, a business education major from Sardis, has been selected a member of the Hall of Fame. Sara has participated in school activities and has proved herself to be worthy of this honor which is based on leader- ship, character, and scholarship. Sara has been a member of the Wesley Foundation and Christian Fellowship for two years. This year she was a member of the Phi Beta lamba and the Northwest Players. She is also a Phi Theta Kappa Pledge. While serving with the Northwest Misses for two years, Sara was presented the citizenship award in this group. She served this year as treasurer of the Council of Women's Affairs. As a business major, Sara was named "Miss Business Teacher." These and other hon- ors make Sara truly an outstanding student and well-d-eserving of a position on the Northwest Hall of Fame. Hall of Fame Chosen as a member of the Hall of Fame was Doris Bciley of Como, an elementary edu- cation major. Doris was elected by her fellow students as a beauty and a campus favorite. This year she was at member of the Homecom- ing Court. She has served as editor of the Ran- ger Rocket, the school newspaper, both of her years at Northwest. Doris has been a member of the Phi Theta Kappa for two years, serving as Vice-President her sophomore year. ' This year she is holding the position of re- porter for Student Council. Doris has also been ci member of Wesley for two years, serving as an officer both years. As a member of Chris- tian Fellowship, she served as vice-president her sophomore year. This year Doris was elected by the faculty as Outstanding Student in Education. Northwest is proud of Doris and feels that she is very worthy and deserving of this honor. Hall of me Patricia Cook of Hernando, an English Maior chosen for the Hall of Fame, has been o member and officer of the BSU and Christian Fellowship for the past two years. Patricia has also been a member of Singers and the Concert Ensemble during her two years at Northwest and has been pianist for both organizations for two years. This year Patricia participated in the all-campus musical, "South Pacific." She was also a member of the Spring Formal Court. Patricia was elected by her fellow students as a favorite and was a beauty nominee. She has served as reporter for the Council of Wo- men's Affairs and has been pledged to the Phi Theta Kappa, She has been a member of the tennis team both years at Northwest. Patricia is very versatile and deserving of this honor. n Social Studies Music James Cook Recd Ronny Shelton Oufsfan ing Sclzofars English Education Emma Tate Doris Baley X ffi 'Xml ,gg -Q 5. 1 ""':v'::::x Business Secretarial Science Jimmy Dale Dorris Bonnie Berge Physical Education Physical Education Haywood Scott Lindo Mauney - Q 1 . x X f S ,... L' JSE? F14 , , , .AA.A iw if New U4 94 cf Woke .46:.,,.,,.? gazrn.. . , I Q 4 QSQY., .w:g,::z ,Ar .G ,g::.ii91':::r'2: ay ,, . - ,.,,c.f.,4.,.,,f., ..-,..-,.-. - .--.- ,- 4 f. ., , , . . 1 A F491jI'z'j,,..,v!S','E"f:jg.- 4.51:-al 5':r:".,'.: :ZZ 'gz Vg., .-1 .. '4.,i:.i:4..'.k:T2i1: " sw, f. IJ 1 x , 1 I ff 'Mg Sz X515 Y ' R 4' V 1 gg 5 yr' f cn 7' vig, if 41 gg at ' f 4, Q55 W ,sw ,132 ,gg f,,- mai. -f,., QT 41 . ,N Q- 5 -. A 20 19? 'Y 4' ' Q Q Q 5, r 1,4 , 5 , , ff . ' 3' V? NW' f ,S Y ,, in f A is fi Q' ,X ' f x f,,,f5', .m , Q 2, , 4 1 H 9 4 af? ravi, 'x",4,-,W :F f 1 Q gggw fx, cY N, 15, 95 5' fi J 5 : v 6 3-9 V , , Q , 1 x '4 , . , , 4 xgfxfs 2417! I 3' f 1 I 1 x I 1 y fy 0 Q , f N' 5 f of , f ' , 1 . 219 A K ,sf 4 fx 1 1 'zz " 6' 2 V, W WW. Agriculture Cosmetology Charles Muck Young Bonnie Jo Hillhouse Art Science Sandy Veazey Tom Cooper ' Q M 35" i MRS. SHIRLEY DALEY CHARLES TRAMEL French Mathematics and Engineering RALPH McCORMACK BECKY HYDE Technical Education Speech 1, fig , A eq-Q HFZW '22 Qejaazfilk X ,eh M'Qgi"gg,,..,.f.,f A ' ,Q 5 WWKMWMQ Y-,ww QT' 1 ,- Q95 xr, - i Library STAFF MEMBERS Becky Gwin Pat Chrestman Betty Wood Helon Hardin Randie Peeler Dianne Adams Mary Anne Jennings Stanley King Under the direction of the college librarian, Club Alice Johnsey Judy Sanders Ann Crump Mary Turner iNot. Mrs. Josephine Gully, the library assistants aid the students in checking in and out books, finding research materials, books, and periodicals. 132 shownl Specfaf Evenfs V 1 Q -fn f 'Q W, W2 , 1 ,,.,.,' i Ranger supporters The library extends its welcome to Homecoming visitors 134 , , qnzqxxff' .az V A ,tix . , - iii" ff'1'95f'k' v . X Nb 1 xv ,X Nga v ,X N 1-,QAXA ERS" ANA 'rx N' ,il x wx X gg A x xwal? N6 , -:-., 1- Q-fgs4:g':Rfe::fs:az-,1::s,.:a: F' wwf " K 'K ' QZf:'.f'E5'Ff N n w 1 I" " '1'1i:w XFE':, - - f ' N- X M Xw.,' k x X f fx i- F SY 1 .f s .Q ,lg x-.Q'S1g5 , f ,, Q ,. -rlvl f X 2' fl. 7 -uw., f I 1 . i ' 32" 'W R' W x i' X! X . 3 1' . . ww- M-3 a'-A V H wg .A5,.,1.3, ,f-,xl -Q p ,..'4' " -k I A . s , ., ff- FL: 47 'Y-XQSQPX Queen x .X K A A ' Becky Dani!! Gwih X' igaiw Q ,A f X x .1-wg +R- X ivfw ' X :EQRI .f .N . 'f tm. Q , -,,. uf ... 41- .,.. ,....... F MAID-Micki Peyton MAID-Doris Buley MAID-Dianna Taylor MAID-aeny shqw 'zxgmi' RK x Those last minute instructions Having a ball! Cosmetology trophy winner X f ' x f X F X X X . . . ls QM., Q "-' . .- A sl.,-H 1 V F -4 -4.5 si - f-.l5?.4't f ,sw .Q .. f KW -jrisgix -Q X 2 QHM' 119 v f V , , X , : W W 1 ,, .A Q ,A ' rg, s N ,X if N34 is 'mf 41 X,-,fps 1 1 A ,. . - . v, wmwvw l Q 'I39 rg s 4, ,ox up f , . . Wagyu Pride of Northwest Coats dressed for Homecoming ,,,..zy-71-...M,.,.,.,.. .I t www, 1 Q V-,nf ,,,a,,1,,,:-.:...L ,, ,X V fl V V .3 M Q , , Q- L t55..ff... . t. W4 ,' ,, ' ....i..m. if " - l . , . J. 2+ - . A 1, x Q,ASv2W1Q5:5,fM N V - s 140 Y-"vf"Y 'VS' vii Why' No 'wi .guns M! .-" xl- 'M x A Q 4 P 3481 1 , in f e- . , "' ' ' . ' ' . . W X x , 'X NNI - g:': ' ' ff Q. 5 - ' M V '. ' ' it V4 uw' W? W, m ' Wk - Q ,,X S' 0' V. ' A 'gb' '- " . j , 1 ' 'j' 55 MQ . ' -:1.,,,,:, .- - ' ' 5 A . 1 mm murp- A 1? The Queen arrives The Northwest Ranger Plans in action 3 , A.A.di.-id 'I42 Practice for the big night The Royal Court 1 n I . 34-,5 "f'iff'. k ,vw 5 313 1.11. ' be 1 x W 2 fy , Q gp 75, V . w,-5, -, . . 'f ,I ' ., . QM 1icIY"'i'0' Wqak- W Q fs ff '96 4 ,gm , C 'f 5,1 5 Y , ,X ax Q Exif E T. A Q. X '., R QUEEN-Becky Gwin yi MAID-Mack: Peyton I1 MA fu, Betty Shaw MAID-Doris Buley MAID-Dicmnc Taylor Cl: risimas Dance Each year before the Christmas holidays begin, the students enjoy a semi- formal dance in the school gymnasium. This dance, sponsored by the student council, is usually well-attended and is considered one of the highlights of the social year. Playing for the dance this year on December 19, was the LeMans, cl band made up of Northwest students. Festive decorations were provided by the stu- dent council under the direction of Miss Zula Glenn and Mr. Charles Ainsworth, student council sponsors. 'I46 Get Acquain fed Dance At the beginning of each semester, the Student Council sponsors,a free dance for the students to have' the opportunity to get to know each other. The dance is held, as all other school dances, in the school gymnasium. A local or school band' performs for the dance which lasts until 11:00. The dance is only one of the many activities which the Student Cou-ncil sponsors for the benefit of the student body. 147 f. Student Council President, Jim Haley It's a funny feeling! crowns Queen Barbara Spring Forma, IQ64 The audience watches the Coronation and the following program. Ml. I A -' 1: 2 2 4 'Q S52 ix ,ww A uv -- 5.4 4 R+: X 5 ,Q .. 4 fb ' .E I , 3 4939" f ,,-0 4 'H . we - , X , 'ffi Q K .Q 19 'mx it ,. ,fm ,. .xi 449 wwg MAID-Cathy House ESCORT-Charles Prclff 0 MAID-Janie Rodicioni ESCORT-Paul Pennington MAID-Pot Cook ESCORT-Richord Moy MAID-Helon Hardin ESCORT-Jimmy Roach A E 1 ll l I l, lip ., Dianne Taylor and Russell Patterson Jane Moore, a high school student F sing "Love is a Many Splendored Thing" from Batesville does an oriental dance P: ' Orienfaf Program I As the court looks on, Richard May' sings "You Are Beautiful." ,NX 9 , x l l l 'I52 at Y Q zggyqw 'xml if . " 4"",' ft -1252555 maxi, ixiv sri? sk - 4 ' W 2 ., 3 G? '- K iss ,Q 'Q' 4: . -,Q ., . .. -3 i."f'5?'1f. ., , '- FZL.-Q' , ,Mg WW Qgzi ew .. ff m' X , . Wdviyw' W , ' Q "io 5.0 QSQC fgsji y, ,,,. I M :,. VSYRN' ' 4 5.31253 .gg ' .QI , , 551 ff 34: if " 4147 -F55 3:1 QQ xl? if .ls , ., ix lg? S' imf 'P f w , . x x. wc'-1 ,f gwwf Nw P f 4 , 5' .x 1 Vx S tb.: Q4 492. ,A V ,, ,, ,. O, A ,. 5 . X . , Q, d5.3',p,m f xr ,254 L :K ,fi 1g A.: v 0 .mx , i mn-.....,,.. 'am ,L K , ,..--.. .M ws, .-M A..,,,, 4- ggmhg ,- aw' Q 1 J 3 K' V . if . ,, iff: Q. F i 5? .93 'Q Z Courf Janie Radicioni, Pat Cook, Queen Barbara Perry, Helon Hardin, Cathy House Tl: Q Da n ce 154 Left: Chuck Shives aids Mary Aven in drinking from the original foun- tain. Lower Left: Russell takes J. C. for a ride in the rickshaw. Lower Right: A typical couple en- joying the dance. - U. 1' t 0 U-7 Motsy Taylor and Dianna Taylor make preparations for the big event which is the first of its kind for Northwest. Even some of the younger set came! 158 Mrs. Carpenter and her students admire the paintings while waiting for the guests to arrive. X . cw 5 Fl' r--r W ii 4 1' i X 'F' K GS.. ,,, I ' KX it 3 Y e P-, QNX HE 5 E X Q E aw ,V it 1? fff,.,Li 'wflytag 1? S. 'v O w Evelyn Gurly appraises her work. 159 .,.. 1X Norfll MfsS1'SS1'pp1' Tournamenf February 20, 21, 22, 1964 For the second consecutive year, Northwest was host to the North Mis- sissippi Junior College Tournament. Participating teams this year were Delta, Holmes, ltawamba, Northeast, East Mississippi, and Northwest. Semi-finals were played on Thursday and Friday nights, and the play-offf was held on Saturday. The top teams were Holmes and Northeast, with Northeast winning the Tourna- ment. 160 ""'Waa, .W , wzi V4 W x 4 l Q m l Q fCT,'i i +. u '. 5 - ii Y 1 11, ,vu fli i....i..-v..A ...... 1 1963 M1'ss1'ss1Qap1' funior Coffege ivesfock fucfgfng Team CHAMPIONS The Northwest Judging Team, under the direction of their instructor, Mr. A. M. Briscoe, won twelve out of twenty awards this year at the Mississippi Junior College Livestock Judging Contest. The participants, all from Charleston, Mississippi, are: David Bailey, Larry Lane, Larry McCachran, Wesley Wolfe, Rodger Sturgis, and A. M. Briscoe, Instructor. 16'l L if f Y., i 'WRX' ,Mm B L A Confesf Each year Northwest Business Department has a contest within the school selecting their representatives to the state business contest. Pictured is a group of the candidates for the titles of Miss Future Business Teacher, Miss Future Business Executive, Mr. Business Teacher, and Mr. Business Executive. 162 Actin ities . i 1 'Y W 1.-naw-nrlnv 4' an W, ......M...v.....i..,W,,.,., .v,-f - I Q 5 LE , ,.,,, ' ' s " - 2 - A i i G Religious Emp asis WQQL Religious Emphasis Week, sponsored by the Student Council and Christian Fellowship, is a week for the students of every denomination to worship to- gether. This year Religious Emphasis Week was held October 21 through 24. On Tuesday of that week, members of the Student Council served the faculty coffee. Pictured here is the local Presbyterian pastor, Reverend Gordon Smith, serving coffee to Christian Fellowship president, Freddy Watts. Shown also is the visiting speaker, Reverend Frank A. Brooks, Jr., pastor of the Westminister Presbyterian Church in Gulfport, Mississippi. 164 i TGS 7716171 Day "I must have got in the wrong dor v W ...M,.,W.,W W Q. if N , m! 99 1 .ii ...- .. 7755 M, al' "Going my way?" A Rebel with a cause! Artificial respiration Pres man Day Tile Norflzwesf P ayers Present "Twelve Angry furorsn "Twelve Angry Jurors" was a dramatic production of the trial of one boy accused of murder. As the trial progressed, the character of the jurors was re- vealed as he or she stood by their original decisions of guilty or not guilty, or as they changed their verdicts. The play was a successful production under the direction of Mr. Irving Shaw,head of the speech department. 'I67 "What does that prove?" Martha Dunn and Carroll Abbott share opinions on the verdict. ZUQYUQ Angry ,urors it""f..l. Backsfage af 'Twelve Angry rr urors Bill Norris and Ronnie Bamett take on the physical roles of jurors. ,,. ' D wa 'I69 Q-ff' .BX Cosmetology students assist with the make-up for the play. 'dw' 7 --ur----v--Y gg ,..-. ,,.... Norflz west Presents Wsouilz PdClfl.Cn Carolyn Kizer and Tom Davidson, two leading members of the cast, clown together as other cast members provide the accompanying music. 'I70 Rehearsal an-.. Carolyn Kizer and Carnes McCormack share the spotlight as Nurse Nellie For- bush and Frenchman, Emile de Becque. " ' ' 1 if ----5 -- I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair! "Testing, one, two. 112 In PV' Students audition for "South Pacific." ff 0 o jj Sou tl: Pac: IC Tom Davidson performs for the Thanksgiving follies. 'I73 Q ff , A s f- K. f ,gi '. s. mae - e y mimi , t N W. -' f 4 I ,J 'S .. - 'N 2 girly .,, , M, , 9 . X, J V, Q 0 4 . 41' ' ,. gf Q- f fy R 4 QW y - ' V N. sw:f': -fr-4" c swzlwszxzg-5? . ww mrs? 1 I ' The nurses take their bows. Tom and Al look on as Richard tells his story to Carroll. ou ill o 0 If PGC1 IC' 'I74 5? l "Honey Bun" I N, 2 an R 3 wJ I ,. .4 14 Mmm , ' 3 llllnunay, W W M, . QQ," 3,533 J! ' t QQ: riff' 4 NI ,Q ar-H "Bloody Mary" and her admirers relax. 175 l Charlene Cooper, Penny Alexander, Sandra Drake, Becky Parks, Gail Faulkner, and Carolyn Brandt CYllQQ1'lQClCIG7'S CAPTAINS Becky Gwin and Micki Peyton 176 Sports + 5 3' , X ,F r f EQ ff .fm f 4 .jg my WB? :IF F 1 ff' 4 ' :if is av N ww, 1 , X Wfsw -'www-' , up ,,.. ,,. . , . 4' QQ 'N 5 44' ww ,-fr, WW QW 41,4 www Wm fha-.,, awk ,vw ' WNEAQ .,f"""'w swf it x.,. X Sway -S ,ga-473515 ww A 1 WNFR x 26926 fwfrsam- w Qmarxnlir -0' AI , . X . ,-' it A A N . ' 4 'VAX , QQ T V , , 1-V S .wi x . QW: " 'Q' -x x ' .ia s. V+ N ANS? COACHING STAFF Charles Peets and Bob Peterson MANAGERS James Spence. Charles Force. and Robert McClaflin 180 -q:z:"' Bobby Allison Marlin Anderson Right Halfback Tackle David Bailey Quarterback ,wgdhwqk 5 -5 gi? r 2' ff 195' The Lineup Breck Brown Mike Brassell Left Halfback Fullback Bobby Brunson Center Anxious! N if, gym, Clyde Carr Dub Chlldress Left Halfback Tackle Billy Cook End ' Everybody's in on the action. YZ: a1::?4-- In Q 2.92 .- ' fl ag 4 A. Soi? Q 5 x 1 S? .zo H, ze l V Charles Craig i Jimmy Dale Dorris Tackle Right Halfback E Marvin Freeman Left Halfback Pep Rally! a Kenny Gwdwin Butch Gordon End Tackle Terry Gwin Quarterback Where are -.'7.-5?5x4f3'k"W052UZ5"SQ: r,4.1.geAiv4:w':-5: ' 1' IQ4: E ' sf 335554232 Q3 Z f ' Xz' 1: 3:5 Q., V f rua , W Q.: fa:-ax-aries, 'S - . , . wi: - Sz-2 f 4 f t -. far k v. 1 X - f v , .,' .,,,H., . ,. ,V,.,y1z',,z, Q, , -. 'aszsilx' ' :g..xN-,Q-f,g:. 'fs22:i.:1-if1:w e:wf-:1-w:+.v- f'g,a.,.,,f,fg2.. '3:, 1 5' i ..,, - 14 ,,,, - ..,.,. , you going, Ter . 5 .. ry? 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K?" 1 4-, 'Qs 'Am 5. 2 E 5 ,ei A Tommy Brooks Clifford Cobb Forward Forward Coach Bill Oakley ahwmm-0Azm.w W 'I 96 Liu!-' H. 'K . , x 1 ig J ,I g 1 Charles Collier Will Ray Crouch Forward Forward Don't be scared boysg it'll be all right! 197 ,snr W QV' "wr .--"""""-Apuwvmq www-mol' ,ww r ' ' I . Tommy Faullmer Charlie Herring Guard Guard E mr in N- 198 Barry Jones Barry Hobson Guard Guard 199 E 4 I i J ohrmy Jones Bobby Norris Forward Forward Robert Phillips Forward i i 200 Charles Pratt Don Wilson Guard Forward Kyle Mize Manager 201 QQ? Bill Robinson, Jimmy Roach, Terry Gwin, Danny Freeze, Flint Jim Raley, Dean Wright, Bill Norris, and Larry Hart. F YVQCL Darmy Freeze Terry Gwin Lal'l'Y Half 202 Bill Norris Jifn Raley Jimmy Roach Bin Robinson Dean Wright Flynn Jenkins 203 f rf --------r-iw T- , - . Ronald McMinn, Joe Downs, Kyle Mize, Jerry Pitcock, Robert Salmon, Charlie Williams, Bobby Pennington Sonny Stroud. B a Selva ll Joe Downs Ronald McMinn 204 Kyle Mize Bobby Pennington Jerry Pitcock Robert Salmon 205 Sonny Stroud Charlie Williams P J 3' Q' 5 ,Q , ' EF, L Q - mwabwm 1 Q -' , ,lf ,CF Af, lic, , ,K wot Qgiffyvgflwfvq Q35 4 V. R ' f ,.fi':, v' l"l""M"f w"Aw-X-N S . , A 4 a Q W Kg? ,Q . Q . Q , . 1. fl, V , Q ww 3' . gf 2 ' WEA , fy ey' ,- 'NA W M Q W? , . .xg . , l, t ,V 5' Mg. 206 vvwfuiwwuapqgg QM: Ha Refrospeci N r J! Are you sure that's Right? 'Ms 1 M! ' 4 -- , y -1 I v ... I o The End Is Near! 208 lar--'FL-I Tim' "' Mblq-Q Parties make the world go round 209 R I I Football practice 0 Cl Football game l Pep rally 2 I 0 ,,.,,-ulllQ nh 12 ? E K Have bus, will travel .wifi ig .-Mg: M Sis-X k ab . ,wp C " ,bp Aw- .wi -5 Northwest band 21 I 926.44 A C. Practice session Makes 212 Jr.. ?e r-'Pe eil' 3-A W x N 1 ' X . X as Q Wg , , , H . ' 1 -41. 4 Q ,A kg f-QM Nl aww .L - :uh New wah w W' V . ' I Simifsfwfm 1-.,,,,W,.,,W x ,, , wish- 'ggi 2 x, Mgt A. 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