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

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4 be hi .r' ws 342 '41 Q .AN ni A' 1968 ROCKETEER Northwest Mississippi Junior College Senatobia, Mississippi 'R Q a A ' if as as gf, , ...., " iw! ,,!..,, y ,.,v,. ...,' ffm. I ' L,f'5Ix?f,x"f -' 1, 52 fs 1 521 Z " ig if , y 1 5- B if V. I -, if Was- 4 Q 1 an u Xfftzffgb' .4 4. www , ,. c a X' ic- 6 wwwww .4312 X fm W 44 8' 15 V VL X gl 41 SN ' xml- , Yr 'af 1 ' ..f ,A fr' if N! R gi an xii' Q l.M, ki . f 4 ' -'95 f R 15 xxx 'van-Buffy, "Ie , 955 x Si X . al 'K ' X . 1 9 ' 'n I' my ,xv Aww H 4 ff, t 4 4 'Y ' ' I, A 'P Q ' f ' " 4 Z 1: ' ' 4, ?,K ' . 9 3' ,. f 1 I V14 'I 5 ' 46' 6 V 4' 32 fgmwg Qt I ini: an 85.5 ' 0 gl ...W 0., . ' I 4, 1 I ,f ig D, Q 4 ., 1 0 Q 6 'YU A M. 'fha ' b T? E Y 4 'ff' y g T' 49 2 , A 'fn . f .1 . .f , V,"'lrajQif'2 1- W ."" Y ' , . .'i?""i?f, u J fn' - f ,, lf' ' . - , , V , .Q " , ,. fy Q .f--f g',g, is ,14w,:h,.v, 1 W, avg, , 5. Q an a a N135 .mm b wi 'WN xx NWA ms A . 0 fn' ' ,wwwvw 'o -4 ff 03- 1 'Sa 1 A' ' ' a,:"24"U1vV ' 7 495 ,Q , 1 v' 3 vb, f' Foreword Through all the muddy year of T967-68, during which "boots were certainly made for walking" around this campus, we did manage to accomplish a great deal in scholastic, athletic, and other achievements. More students made higher grades . . . had more fun . . . participated in more activities . . . and made this a great year for NWJC. We hope to depict these aspects of the year in such a way that, years from now, each of you still recall with fondness the year in which our school motto held truer than ever: ONLY THE BEST FOR NORTHWEST!! L...-' 4 . -PM sv ., . A, if " ff ' 5 ,H , 4 G55 li' A- .fx , Q ,Pj 4 16, ,gf ,555 ' ww -fn 1. '- : ., ' f, ,fi N Q23 Ni Qi. ,gg ff , 'iii - . H' if ' 3.63 ' President and Mrs. R. D. Mclendon 6 5 is- i .Je ., -, fiwfb an A' 'Q' .,..,AV11 Q Fawn? 2 QW 5 Y 2 , at - 'iv an Y - :, -:H M.-, . , 1 . swag? 2 , 5 A f. 2 0 5. Ctvtttzattonb one a5ten anothea ane battt upon the neeoadb 05 aaptnattona, Aaeeeaaeb, even natnb, 05 thobe who have gone be50ne. Let at hope that the aeeond eom- ptted by the Atudent body 05 1967-68 may Aeave db an tnAptnatton to thobe who 5ottow tn.ttA wahe. Oaa aeeoad 05 today wttl be evaluated tn the tomoaaow, and I taabt that the Atadentb 05 thtb gean, when they vtbtt theta Alma Matea tn the yeah 2000, may aevtew the Atoag 05 1968 and eatt tt good. Mag we even abptne to tmpnove that whteh tb and to attttze att neooaneea that we have at Gun Command. Stneeaetg goaaa, ""' Y VJ-rx ' wx -ef' My 5, ,Q - K sh! k,fLlvK6Jc""",,-I R. 0.'MeLendon, PneAtdent 7 fwwf X' W-5 ffwmwim-wt?-m,?' as 5 K , I awe' rtwwi. 3 I A . ., l s M im"41lw .Y A Dedication It is an honor to pay tribute to a man who every NWJC students knows and admires as Director of Development, he has been largely responsible for the enormous expansion of our educational facilities and new buildings on campus. As Director of Specialized Education, he has helped to develop the wide curriculum offered in the Northwest Night School Program. It is, therefore, with deepest appreciation, that we, the Rocketeer Staff, dedicate the 1967-68 Rocketeer to MR. H. DAVID BLACKWALL. 8 3 , 4 i if Construction on Art Building . . . and new Librarv addition began this vear. Honefullv. these facilities will be completed by the fall of 1968. af- 5:,.M,:w '-Mx, 3 up , . 'CL ' ' ' HW " -- -,-- if 2 , giijfff """ii" 'K ' ' -.-,,, ' "" ' , A-we ' wwww if 38 4 , , . ., , .,.. , ,... 4, f if .,., ef- . l--,- 1 ' 1 ""' ,,i.,.,,W.,i,iW .,M.MMpe.W.MW ,Q wywn-nw . ami , , - ' , nn, Q- ., A. , -Wm I . x , - rm we t -A-we 6 A-,ze M, -9-A-an-"l x 6 .f ri-A J . . , ,-My t...f,,,w ,ui . . -W ,,..,y, wr. .N X sveku , nn . ,eng 5,4511 Y' .I .5133 ss A -M ey A r4i9.31,ge ,gp-ff -35:,i"?s'+1?3'?"il3." . .K Y gr if fem ., 4 fe .xv .f-w -- ,... 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Y, :ZQ4ff,:gy of w.?fSIH!.ff.1. .HQ z ,, 4 .r 18 1 ff J 1 A rw" fy vWf 1 Amy Whitten 5 I I 0 4 5 .Q g X 1 ' 46' P r e f e I' I' e d John Hartley E E 20 eww., fx, ' M, 3 + Q'4- A Af ' '-'1 px: '-"' 1 V -'--" ' --'A A A A -.-:124' - 2' fy 4, if iff ,j'f, fd fmfff y 3' 33,41 -WMF Q' .J bs , 1, 519, V ' , ,ifwmq , . - ,, ' 'fhifff-f-ww -z, V: . ,.,4,,, ---N 'af' 4' : , , .. ,.,,. V ..,,. Pete Weeks 8 2 3 2 Tolly McClatchy 5 5. I , f 2 s 3 3 i i 3 1 KE 'z 2 92 ix 'ww X B. McClc11 in x f s 2 il ?"'fWAT,1s9Ns f .num 3 Campus Leaders Vicki Cunningham Cecil Williams Martha Warren Most Likely To Succeed Johnny Cooper Faye Burford 24 , ,, fi he or X , is , ww-K V: 9872,-V Jaxx. gr ,A rrnrr r r r r Debby West John Hartley Sophomore O Favorites Amy Whitten Susan Avery Ken Lewis Tolly McClatchy 1 r 4 ' 1 W o +4 25 Jo Ann McClure C. B. McClatchy Freshman Fovorities Charlotte Pierce Gail Young J0hn Asi-e David Dean 26 Most Versatile Brenda Miles Cecil Williams 145 Campus Cul-U ps Bob White Jeannie Read G Friendliest Butch Owen Jeannie Read Best Personality Bob White Joan Stevens 'Tell me I'm pretty. Making Who's Who Pictures Wind, please stop blowing! 'tLon Distance? Columbus, g . Mississippi, please." l 29 Im trapped! I give up! ESE O I dnl" ,1:L....-W Student Council OFFICERS Seated: Mr. Ainsworth and Miss Glynn, Advisors. Standing: Wright Edrington, Vice Presidentg Tracy Williams, Presidentg Carol Lowe, Reporterg Donald Lee, Parliamen- tariang Bob Harris, Secretaryg b 3, , William Valentine, Treasurer. 1:1 z Y 32 Standing Left to Right: Ronnie Yancy-Representative from Gainey, Jimmy Savage-Representative from Marquee, J. T. Turner-Representa- tive from Panola, Charles Williams-Representative from Gainey, Johnny Fair-Representative from Quitman. Bob White-President from Quitman, Mac McClellan-Representative from Yalobusha. Seated: Calvin Dye- President of Gainey, Billy Fuller-President, Joe Neal-Secretary. Men's Council Women's Council Qidiix Standing Left to Right: Betty Poore-Parliamentarian, Glenda Flowers Secretary, Catherine Pattridge-Treasurer, Joan Stevens-Representative of Bobo Hall, Vickie Cunningham-lst Vice President. Seated: Genia Bowie-2nd Vice President, Jo Ann McClure-Representative of Tate Hall Charlotte Pierce-Representative of Tallahatcie Dorm, Martha Warren ' f Presiden 33 px r Rocketeer Sfaff 3 ,.1' , .4 4 ly , :K x " ff' ' V12 f ff! T 'ff , Zz ,- 1 VV, f, I' wwwx, - .6x. A, . ,gf X 1 B -1 C0-EDITOR: Faye Burford C0-EDITOR: Debby West co-EDITOR: xSqe Wright -in XM' YQ' U Av I. IN 34 39" 5' el Ranger Rocket Staff ,,.,.q-if , EDITOR: Carol Lowe EDITOR: Larry Joe Taylor The Ranger Rocket is the official bi-monthly publication of the student body of Northwest printed by the Tate County Democrat. Edited by capable students, it is under the direction of the Journalism Department. The adver- tisers for the newspaper are Mr. Robert Edward Oakley and Mrs. Mildred Meacham. Pictured below are the Ranger Rocket staff, standing from left to right: Tom Hayes, Larry Taylor, Carol Lowe, Tommy Wolfe, Lynda South, Pat West, and Risa Darby. Seated are: Joe Powell, Angie Cousar, Mike Webb, and Randy Parsons. -f-vzilihv 35 Phi Theta Kappa OFFICERS Jane Knapp Vice President Sissy Cooper Secretary ff--5 Faye Burford President Joe Meurrier Publicity Chairman Sandra Robinson Program Chairman Patsy Smart Historian ,. 1 Sie, E 39 f, M, was 2 is . jr g tfe 'D ' ' f i 'V' 'ijhi E,7"ta afappi' - "A"v,, ,, W 152225 , - is ffg F 4' ',..., -4:11 ,-1 Ia.. - we fi! .3 r . .W .,,' f ll iff g I :tl . 'gg X . "' 5, Phi Theta Kappa is a nonsecret national society which has as its obiective the promotion of scholarship, the development of character, and the cultivation of fellowship among the young men and women of Northwest Junior College. Members must be fulltime academic students who are working toward bachelor of science or bachelor of arts degrees. Each member must possess recognized qualities of character and leadership and must be within the upper scholastic ten per cent of the regularly enrolled students of the colleae Aiviginn 36 OFFICERS Vice President-Wright Edrington Secretary-Candace Drake President-John William Walton Sigma Taul Sigma Sigma Tau Sigma is an organization dedicated to good citizenship and to quality scholarships in the social sciences. The Sigma Tau Sigma Motto is "Scholarship, Truth, and Service." Each year, out- standinng students and adults are honored by Sigma for their contributions in these areas. 371 OFFICERS Margie Gordan-Secretary 8: Treasurer Jan Childress-President V Mr. Carpenter-Advisor - Jane McGregor-Vice President Q Mrs. Fowlke-Advisor K Student Education Association The Student Education Association at Northwest is an organization for all stu- dents maioring in education. All students maioring .in elementary or secondary education, physical education, or psychology are invited to membership in SEA. The organization helps to develop, guide, and inspire students who plan to become teachers. l We 5. 38 OFFICERS Bobbie Bollinger-Reporter fuk 'VA Joe Neal-Treasurer Linda Ross-Secretary Jerry Surrette-President Patsy Warnock-Activity Phi Beta Lambda Phi Beta Lambda is the Northwest Mississippi Junior College Chapter of the Fu ture Business Leaders of America. Called Beta Lota, the Northwest Chapter was organized to promote fellowship among 'business students at Northwest. This national business organization is devoted to the training of tornorrow's business leaders. '14 t 2 'Qu Frank Garrett--Vice President Chairman 9 fs s.. if We ' ,f sf A r X, in E52 fftzaag E 1 .,,1 as S aw, 39 5 , SI xt ma OFFICERS Jerry Lightsey-President Ken Ellis-Vice President Lynda Brown-Secretary-Treasurer Charlene Meers-Reporter Music Educators' National Conference z . The Music Educators National Conference is a professional organization for music teachers and future music teachers. The Northwest Chapter is fully affiliated with the national organization and holds regular monthly meetings to aid in the preparation of becoming better music teachers. 40 'Am-... Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a men's fraternal group promoting music and an in terest in music on the campus. Alpha Phi Omega The Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity at Northwest assembles college men in the fellowship of the Boy Scout oath and law-to develop leadership, promote friendship, provide service to humanity, and to further the freedom that is our nation, educational, and intellectual heritage. Alpha Phi Omega is a service fraternity with a motto of "Leadership, Friend- ship, and Service." 41 OFFICERS Johnny Haire-President Judy Redd-Vice President Bonnie Busby-Reporter Kay Darby-Secretary 81 Treasurer Mrs. Jo Adams-Advisor Mrs. Wilma Sixberry-Advisor Mrs. Anita Wilborn-Advisor Science Club The Science Club of Northwest Mississippi Junior College was organized to stim- ulate interest in the field of science. During the year visiting lecturers and scientists are invited to present up--to-date information to the group. All stu- dents who are enrolled in any science courses are eligible for membership and are urged to ioin the organization. f . . Q 42 OFFICERS Maria Benites-Vice President Betsy Brassell-Secretary 8: Treasurer Pat West-Reporter Sandra Robinson-Program Chairman Mrs. Ballew-Advisor Bilingual Club The Northwest Bilingual Club meets twice a month with the purpose of pro- moting a cultural exchange of ideas and information about Spanish-and French- speaking peoples. Students who are taking or have taken French or Spanish or have a working knowledge of either may join. 43 Cosmetology Club Jeff Qc min. gm. is 2 1 1 il l 1 Officers: Nan Golden, Presidentg Cheri Belin, Treasurerg Bobbi Jo Curcio, Parliamcntariang Sandra Ormond, Historian: Mary Beth Walton, Reporterg Miriam Gibson Vice Presidentg Wanda Logan Secretaryg Ruth Gray Scrapbook Editorg Mrs. Lois Horton, Advisorg Linda Patterson, Student Council Representative. The Cosmetology Class of 1967-68 is unique in that no one student can lay claim to the honor of being named outstanding student of her class. According to Mrs. Horton, each student is outstanding in high level of work, grades, and attitude. ' -as: , , W.. 11 X 5 4 . ,-sq vt YQ 44 Agriculture Club ll! llltttm OFFICERS: Seated are Robert Massey, Presidentg Don Wood, Vice Presidentg Eddie Helms, Secretaryg Dennis Wilson, Reporterg and tnot pictured! Dennis Pritchard, Treasurer. Standing are the advisors Charles Smedley, Allen Holliday, Eddie Deshazo, and A. M. Briscoe. The Agriculture Club is sponsored by the Department of Agriculture for students whose major is agriculture. This organization has as its obiective the promotion of the training and interests of students in this field. The club holds regular meetings twice each month to discuss the various employment opportunities in agriculture. In addition, it affords opportunities for partici- pation in special events such as iudging contests and livestock shows. 5 1 g - 1 fl' -....... 45 1 Automotive Club OFFICERS President-Charles Flynn Vice President-William Valentine Secretary 8a Treasurer-Mike Strange Historian-Bobby McCullar The Automotive Technology Club. is made up of members who express an interest in automobiles. The purpose of this organization is to further the spirit of advancement and knowledge in the field of Automotive Technology, to sponsor programs and activities relating to this major area of study, and to contribute to the promotion of maximum personal development. The club has regular meetings twice each month to discuss problems and opportunities in the field of technology. 46 VIP Club s OFFICERS OFFICERS President-Bob Moberly Vice President-Danny Barfield Secretary 81 Treasurer- Judy Goforth Advisor-Charles Smedley In the fall of 1967 the VIP club was organized to help in the recruiting of new -students from the eleven counties which support Northwest. This club is made up of two students from each of these counties and an out-of-state and an out-of-district representative. The club helps to encourage fellowship among students at N.W.J.C. by sponsoring campus wide events for students, teachers, and staff. The promotion of scholarship, leadership and development of personality among these members and others are the major goals of this organization. 47 OFFICERS Joe Newton-BSU Representative Stewart Dickson-President Miss Virginia Avery-Advisor Janet Darby-BSU Representative David Allen-Wesley Representative Christian Fellowship Religious Emphasis Week ' m ,ex Q 'XM ir Xt b., OFFICERS Janet Darby-Representative to Christian Fellowship Joe Regal-Publicity Joe Newton-President Nancy Hall-Vice President Jane McGregor-Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Tommy Leach-Advisor Linda Ross-Musician Baptist Student Union This organization is a denominational ministry on the campus with the purpose of conserving and helping to train Southern Baptist students for effective Chris- tian discipleship. It functions to remind each student of his responsibility to Christ, his church, and his denomination, and of his obligation as a Christian citizen to the world in which he lives. Not only does the Baptist Student Union remind the student of his responsibilities and objectives in life, it also provides inspiration, information, and fellowship whch create the spiritual climate essen- tial for Christian growth while in college. f X 49 OFFICERS Betty Moore-President Betsy Brassell-Secretary Mr. James Clegg-Advisor Janet Hunt-Freshman Representative Wesley Foundation Wesley provides an inspiration and a fellowship for Methodist students on campus. There are a variety of programs enioyed by this group, and delegates attend state and regional conferences at various times during the year. Wesley attempts to serve as the church on the campus. 50 The Church of Christ Student Pro- gram on the Northwest campus is de- signed to promote fellowship among members of the Church of Christ and their friends. The group meets every Monday evening for supper and fel- lowship. This year's group has been active in visiting the homes of elderly people in the Senatobia area. 5 S l E ,Y S f W . M OFFICERS: lleft to rightl Gary Staten, Vice President, Ed Burford, Presidentg Marilyn Johnson, Secretaryg Bro. David W. Chadwell, Advisor. Church of Christ Student Program 51 uul-I?-' fs Newman Club OFFICERS President-Stuart Dickson Rep. to Christian Fellowship-Mary Ellen Johnson Secretary 8: Treasurer-Sandra Ferretti Vice President-Johnny Haire-tNot pictured! ,fm fybdev 1 , M. . J " "gg-jfsi-..' fi? 'fvn f yy? W , X, yffyfy X ,. I 4' 4.....f!v M I f W of 7 IV f 'li f f'mdz M fg' 1 f if 4 1 ff 1 f I 1 ,, f 1, WW V 6 , ff, ,S-ff V fwfff fwf MWWLQiwcfmzfwcfww I , f f ,ZW WW 'Wwfwmwf 4,0 4 "f' 'f f ff eff ff Y f 1 ,, , T W. 5 Catholics, as well as non-Catholics, are given the opportunity to understand Catholicism through the Newman Club. Father Tony, sponsor of the Newman Club, does much in stimulating interest in the Catholic religion. The Newman Club meets every other Tuesday night under the leadership of its President Stuart Dickson. A Qi , X Q , . gk A 1 - . ., s - - "S if . 52 NEATS Club OFFICERS President-Max Schiele Vice President-Charles Massey Secretary-Billy Fuller Treasurer-Jackie Brown Representative of Civil Technology Mike Thornton Representative of Drafting.. Ricky Marshall Reporter-Irby Patterson 53 Marching Bcmcl 44 - K Q-iw M ' gggwj jfs-V -' ,7-wwwpmv-wmgaiii "wzw.f'z,N'fW2 m I as , , , 'K ff A' 0' ' ' -, 1 Y 5 A A X g 24 C f A '3 1.15 1 A Q ,x 1, X n 1 , - gp . . , x 1 gl ff f 7 Y 4-H "-1 - . , , , v 1 ., -:sh,es:fgg,'wf , ,if 1 ff- I 94- 1, -P1-,:f.sfffg,7,ff4L'f,,:f'A.,,f' '21 EN' , K4 , V5 f. Q4 ,, Q, rl. H . W g,m,,i Q ' f N' X - f.. .. - . ,v 3 , - ' 1 'f wc:-W fav'-4, ms 1 " 4-L'r.m:,,-:Q 'sf bf H 4 ,, mf'-' , 'I-foci, 3, fx """'-1 ' ' . "Ti-5 " " ' f 543, ,vQ,i.f?Z-1jiif'1ff I .',..,. 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" w Left to right: Lynn McCuiston, Marilyn Hunter, Mary Louise Baker, Drum Majorette, Suzanne Evans, Lexie Harper 55 9-6' Northwest Misses and 0ffiCefS . .s :sg 56 f -Q-.A-. w-AMW .. 1i!lQlln-an X VUVMUHQ 'gm Concert Band OBOE: Olivia Weatherly FLUTES: Sissy Cooper, .Ioan Anne Adams, Lynn McCuiston B CLARINETS: Marilyn Mansfield, Judy Westmoreland, Buddy Marter, Linda Hardy, Donna Fields BASS CLARINETS: Judy Walters, Sandra Boatright, Jane Hodges , CONTRA-BASS CLARINET: Larry Taylor BASSOON: George Bowers . ALTO SAXOPHONES: Mary Louise Baker, Suzanne Evans, Kay Thomas TENOR SAXOPHONES: Joe Newton, Sherrel Scott BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Larry Garrett FRENCH HORNS: Danny Lyons, Bonnie Busby Barry Brown, Becky Freeman, Donna Reese CORNETS: John Cooper, Ronnie Yancey, Roy Davis, Jerry Lightsey, Alex Davis, Ernie Fletcher TRUMPETS: Mike Bumgardner, Gary Staten BARITONE: Wayne House, Bobby Reese, Barry Bouchillon, Hezekiah Corppett TROMBONES: J. T. 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She was chosen 1967 Homecoming Queen, o Freshman Fav- orite, Homecoming Maid, and Beauty. She is a member of Who's Who in Ameri- can Junior Colleges. 62 1968 Hall of Fame SFJQ WILLIAM BUFORD FULLER, JR., Memphis sophomore, was chosen for the Hall fF b o ame ecause of his participation at NWJC. Maioring in drafting and d . . . . esign technology, Billy is a member of Northwest Men's Association, NEATS, Student Council, BSU, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Phi Theta Kappa, Northwest Singers, and A Capella Choir. He, too, was chosen as a member of Who's Who in American Junior Colleges. 63 Education- Fran Wood Outstanding Students Mathematics and Engineering Johnny Cooper i z""'4Q5, Theater and Speech- Mary Ellen Baker Outstanding Students Agriculture- Larry Magee Modern Languages- Nancy Franks Outstanding Students Secretarial Science- Brenda Kaye Jones Sx..,,Sw Trade and Industrial Education William Valentine Cufslcmding Students Music- Mary Louise Baker puwllnN""" ,pw Viv .f' 109904 y "NFDA- wi, Social Studies- Mrs. Constance Gallant Outstanding Students Technical Education- Billy Fuller Hlllrz WIHW' Physical Education- Richard Holden Outstanding Students General Business- Susan Avery 5 2 5 W English- Sandra Robinson Outstanding Students Journalism- Pat West 2 .W 'HX ,,,...,.......,....,...v,..v--fr ,b s' Business Education- Patsy Warnock Outstanding Students Science- Louis Harris Livestock Judging Team Eddie Helms Donald Wood Robert Massey Dennis Pritchard Gary Campbell The Livestock Judging Team entered the competition of the Mississippi Junior College Judg- ing Contest, which was held in Jackson, Mississippi on October 12th. The team placed first in the overall Swine iudging and in the Hampshire division. Robert Massey placed third in the indi- vidual overall judging. 72 Senator John C. Stennis, recipient of Servant to Mankind Award Sigma Tau Sigma Servant to Mankind 4 On January 17, 1968, the Northwest Chapter of Sigma Tau Sigma made its presentation of the Servant to Mankind Award to John C. Stennis, United States Senator from Mississippi. V Mr. Howard Carpenter, advisor to Sigma Tau Sigma, presented the award to Senator Stennis for his "American- ism," and "for outstanding service in safe-guarding the constitution and preserving the principles of democracy and civil and p-olitical liberty, which are the foundations of our American way of life." 73 null' Frank Garrett-Phi Beta Lambda Wright Edrington-State Mr. Future State President Business Executive Phi Beta Lambda Awards Carol Smith, Judy Waddell, Iris Town- send-State Vocabulary Relay Win- Donald Brewer-Alternate, Mr. Fu- ners ture Business Teacher 1 n J xx X 'N x , XX M Y 74 Phi Theta Kappa Talent Show Phi Theta Kappa sponsored its annual Talent Show on Tuesday, March 5, in the NWJC Auditor- ium. Winners in the five categories were: Dance Solo-Mellana O'Brien, Dance Group-Karen Doty and Rhonda Roberson, Vocal Solo-Cynthia McKinnon, Vocal Group-Senatobia City School Sextet Nicki Meers,-Gwen Gabbert, Jill Gabbert, Sandra Smith, Miriam Carpenter, Lucille Housebp Variety-"Just' Us. If Part of the "Just Us" Band Variety Winner Mellana O'Brien Dance Solo Winner .- Mr. Charles Smedley was Master of Ceremonies. He also provided some unexpected entertainment. 75 - 1 ,,,.,1,.Hygj,r-4' , -fl'.?'4'vw"'. ' . 7 , 0 Q n Q c c -'X Q s Q Special Events 95555 HOUICCOITUUE 67 begins . . . with people gathering to await the crowning of the Homecoming Queen . . . Homecoming '67 . . . . will always be remembered by its students as a very special event. Spirits were high during the few days leading up to Homecoming Day. Everyone took part in the various activities. Floats were con- structed, decorations were put up, parade arrange- ments were made, and happy excitement filled the air. A bright, clear day set the stage for this 'fes- tive occasion. Everyone gathered before the Admin- istration Building as Frances Jean Rowland, Charles- ton sophomore, was crowned Homecoming Queen for 1967 by Student Council President Tracy Williams. r around Yalobusha . . d b d . . with those ever-faithful leaders of pep . . 78 . with Frances Jean receiving 'I'racy . . . swf 2. W" 1 mfs. if K ..,Q1 ' " xx' .rm Wfa.. Sophomore Homecoming Maids were Fran Wood of Batesville and Amy Whitten of Greenwood, and Freshmen Maids were Jo Ann McClure of Show and Gail Young of Byhalia. The queen and her court took their places on the float that was to lead the parade through downtown Senatobia. They were followed by NWJC Misses, Fea- turettes, and band. Cheerleaders, floats, cars, horses, and students followed and ioined in the cheers and excitement. The football Rangers ended their season and the basketball Rangers began theirs with games that rounded out this eventful day that will long be remembered. her crown from - - With 3105 festivities E gljlgijjgigffiiiiiiizs. ,,,.,.,,,,.::,:.,,., , , e marching Misses in the parade 6. 4. . ,,. .:. ,-1. www 5 :51522 -:IF I' " deli 'I' : - -.'f2fxfz?21- "I552f:+ f. QM ' , 5 " 4'?!5E'i': .' ' ..Z 'vE'IEJ5ff:-, ' ,F JL 5657-' X' A345 L52 '1 5122:-I7:3552??f .. ' .1512 9 72 X he fi:-E' " ' wg? 3212,-.flip ' 'L 'k Q ,- 5 if ,ga Y ' Q 15' . 'Y " 1 ,, ' fa ,' f V' ' , ' ' f, -v:y,1,.,1:f.,x' , wg, 1 ., :.. . ' ' ws - , 'f f :lilly .-,v1i'i-' fl ' W . W-' I ' T' 142:3- :Mk ::5t:F':- 'Y :if : -f ' ,. .Z' ' '53 'ff-tvtfzzfiltjf' 1.2 5 2 "" , Y 'ir -V A 't 5555 " " -A V. i 5:53 1--.-s:::.:.,..,.:4:::eg- yy- , ,f Vg -. H , -Q l -a t V ,ss , . A, i 5:2 T kt i t T ,regret w. -9' ffffl W, 5 jg. i 'D , W , . . with the Queen and her court riding the leading float . . . 4 . . with Ranger Spirit filling the air . . . T . . . and with the Rangers fighting hard for the football game that concluded the Homecoming ac- l tivities. 79 la i u-Y, Q 'gk +0 'I fq2vxv,w x " ,. 'Q FRESHMAN MAI DS f.. fi, AMW, ay , f, ,, . W A mv 1 .. ,. N, 4 Maid JO ANN McCLURE is a psychology ma- jor from Shaw, Mississippi. Maid GAIL YOUNG is a commercial art ma- jor from Byhalia, Mississippi SOPHOMORE i MAIDS i Q . ff ls 1 3. 5, - 3,4 -l.. K. N as , Q 4-J Q, ., o -QA. W Nhgmklvvz, 'J R, .t w V f ,I -Q 2 x - - Q , - - sg, '-gm ,- ' V rrafxv 'I K 5154.1 V s- 'W-wvsww .sms-.X .7 X g,5xi,w.g1 -ss if-,ai M A ish? 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X Z -- 'f 4, -5 " 4 we-A ,. 3, ,, , x I 2 . .FZ ', " Vizggs- .F W ,gs ,. v 13 5 Q 5' -gui. , x g - V. 3: J J '33 'K Wx if Maid AMY WHITTEN is a business major from Greenwood, Mississippi Maid FRAN WOOD is an English major from Batesville, Mississippi 1967 HOMECOMING QUEEN Queen FRANCES JEAN ROWLAND is an elementary education major from Charleston, Mississippi 82 i THE COURT AND THEIR ESCORTS include Gail Young, escorted by Mickey Woods of Marksg Fran Wood, escorted by Harvey Johnson of Pleasant Groveg Frances Jean Rowland, Queen, escorted by Bob Moberly of Hernandog Amy Whitten, escorted by Bill Webb of Bruce: and Jo Ann McClure, escorted by John Walton of Eupora. President MoLendon and Dean McCormick are always present for these special occasions A kiss of congratulations completes the crowning , , ceremonies. Martha Warren, Captain of the Cheerleading Squad, presents flowers to the Queen, as escort Bob Moberly looks on. 83 Everyone Loves a Parade . . . A touch of Spanish festiveness added by the ' Belingual Club . . . 5. 5 x I t A 1" 4235 3 ' 1 2 ,W-NM 5 X ian 'MVN V. , V7 ,, ,.,v ,Mums-, gp Q I , ,Ly Af, av ,A I .N , ,.t f f ,V , X .wr E, .Maia Q gp Y X- '7 ' - :U V gg .I ' ,A J , 4' . , K, J . w 5' , . ss ' 39.-A g"f':' ,Q ' f Q-.-Hi 2. ' 9 ' L if 4 "5i':"' ""'1",., ' ' T. -, ,. , u ., i3r" s"" 2J2-iw - . ' 'W ?9.f57ff"s 'F' . 'T-"-ha. wif. "ea f ,f""T' ,, ' 57' D K 0' 'A'-A 'JF' ' q"-' "--I'-wig We- W ff" - " ' ,. f , 65,6 ' 1' v . 4?34, 'fM""Z" f X! ,Q , 'Af ,V ,rff Z Q '- 1 ws . V ' . ,, J ' W f yt? f ,X , Af 1, ,gg f -S .1 f 1 ff 1 if :X : f 1 at i' ','fi?1,5 js: -5 fflxgfzzi 2513? if? Q 54 ,Ly 274 a fji' ,,. fiX,1s rf 3 f il T ' K 4 , f ff, QVLLES New 3 ' '- ' ' ' ...P 1 -,sw-1 ,,., . : . , .,.v : , ,... Q :Y -v. -1+ The NEATS "Space-age" themed float . . . 4:55 1966 Queen Betty Van Winkle returned to com-' pleteher reign . . . M "Aw, Bob, come on now. You know this isn't THAT bad!" "Where are those MISSES' smiles?" 84 I M , 9 n 9CUllUUQ,,! 3 U ,3xg5MLE I4 . P ff as 1 gf'??j'1 12' NX A 4, ,lim wx? mQ,.,e,f QP' Q? . , , A5 5 25 if Ig 5? f -n A, I S '10 QQ1? O V 'D V N gf xg ff Q21 Nufsaidm' Soup and sandwich, anyone 3 f I , - I ,-4 534+ 1 w A 1 'W . MKG- I? I M 1 1 , Some of Tate Ha11's trophy-wlnmng decora And Decorcahons ff 4, W . .. X ff 127 b ffl 5 , f ' 66 f ""9a W fm Spring Formal Court 35' -ng-X 'Q ,r.r Front Row: Ellen House, Roselyn Moore. Back Row: Vicki Griffin, Joan Stevens, Jane Baker 86 Spring Formal Queen s 5 Q 3 Vs 'E fy l '42 g- 5 Q K 2 S 1 , 2 - or 121 ff? Ear f ie? ffl f'1 go 9, 5 Z o X At 3 5 T 5 t 2 5 2 4 2 3 , 'E 3 5 2 , 1 i 9 'i 3 5 1 ' 1 s Q 1 S' 1 Roselyn Moore 87 xg Gigi - R as gg , A V 2 " 2 5 Spring Formal Court ? i I C A " a2"'f2 1 we ,r j T ,,eg...aQ.,..,W "f9i5' 2' az S 24 fc M . af wt 1 4.-ff. . :f 1 ' Q2y -f qw . A, 83' , Maid Ellen House Maud Joan Stevens 3 E. o. Q. nu :s FD UU as sv CD "1 E ca. S O ?5' Q E 5 :s 88 ,., Court cmcl Escorts s ff , f Ax 1- 4 ,o ,Q fr, 1 The 1968 Spring Formal, held in late March, was one of the gayest events of the school year. Chosen by the student body as its Spring Formal Court were Ileft to rightzj Jane Baker, Freshman, and her escort, Bob Whiteg Joan Stevens, Sophomore, and her escort, Milton Cushmang QUEEN Roselyn Moore, Sophomore, and her escort, John Ashe, Ellen House, Sophomore, and her escort, Jimmy Fant: and Vicki Griffin, Freshman, and her escort, Rusty Glass. 1 89 Northwest : X "What did you say I'm supposed to now? The Northwest Players presented Q several outstanding plays during the year. Mr. Christ, director of the Players, explains some the acting techniques his actors should use. A scene from "In His Steps," religious production during Religious Emphasis Week. "Did you use enough of that Summer Blonde? 2 Plays S! 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Ye-'I-f f 'E1 4 l:I--,.- - ,5 X 5 ' is lx: if :.-"' tQif?Q- X " i if ' 2 iiflift n .. ,4 f H Lff'.'f-.J f 1 Y-"P ,iiifiizr-Q' "iz -f '- S.: "1 41 - '- 'Q f 5 2 Y 252162 .::1- ,, .fr '- -2 4 . 5 if - 4 f gr , ' 2- -:31i'i,W:2?r jfs. fi: IP:--:-:-v 1 '1Z1a?'EJ 'FNS iiiliaii- ' - it f at Q " -' S 2 M - -. ,, . ,. A -"' s -N Q -. "After this, he'll only have 37 more chairs to paint." 91 Northwest hu, t'Ready, one, two-LIFT! ! H "I bet I'1l make Broadway before you dolt' :W-Wi, "You stand right there" Km 32430, 3 9 X A N Y ' , 4.2: X Ist 3 ' ff- Eififf-ix fx 3 X? K. . ' Q '- -ve. ' QQ fgesm 1'-f-' X t 3 QQ- I P 1' "5 - K A X , 2 t, X e Q A Q : , 'X 'f gf K V 1 Aff 1 2- .t ' ,E sing? Ft- ,.., .... .M M - ........ , g X 4 gf' X. A t Iv. Q . 'ff' 1 fr-W5 , ,wfffgg f N YMEX gfmhov :X - , .-.4-get N ,Q-gxix if X ' ' NQNA -Q--::.' .N., as 5 .Q X X K ik Vlrilgxx , .N .4 4 K 92 "Sing, girls, Sing! I" k Okay, 1et's go give them our advice, Charles? Plays X "I bet you'll blink before I dof' 93 1 u 1 1 Q x v c I 1 Q c n O x HORACE WILLIAMS Director of Athletics 1968 NWJC QQ! ' " I' ' '.A,,ge, Q, -. M4 K!! "AV Football Staff COACHES Lovelle Upton Billie Joe Cox i 'tt Xa 7 I ff 0 ' f if , , The Northwest Rangers First Row: Joe Wallace, Stan Pernell, Gary Walker, Brian Nance, Bubba Moore, Larry Chrestman, Coach Lavelle Upton, Athletic Director Horace Williams, Coach Cox. Second Row: Donald Scott, C. B. McClatchy, Harold Henderson, Larry Dean Stewart, Billy Lance, Timothy Davis, James Bennett, Tolly McClatchy, Lannie Wilbourn, Mgr. Third Row: Travis Murphree, John Pryor, Charles Crain, Grady Dickey, Robert' Massey, John Dungan, John Drainie, Bill Lewis, David Garner. Fourth Row: Pete Weeks, Rick Owens, Paul Cox, Charles Carey, Sammy Mills, Joe Nunley, John Hartley, John White, Dale Treadway, Mgr. 97 BACKS John Hartley C. B. McClatchey Harold Henderson John Drainie Q M TACKLES John Dungan Pete Weeks John Pryor Timothy Davis Sammy Mills John White ENDS Paul Cox David Garner James Bennett Rick Owens Charles Crain Larry Pernell GUARDS Travis Murphree Donald Scott M Joe Nunley Joe Clayton Wallace Tolly McClatchy ' Charles Corey TRAINERS AND MANAGERS Dale Treadway Bill Lewis Stan Holcombe Lannie Wilbourn These men, surrounded by the team's equip- ment, worked mainly in the background. They were, however, an essential part of every game and every practice session. l 5 M 100 ALL-STATE PLAYER-Pete Weeks aid :'?!g! Northwest ones NWJC IS EDGED BY JONES IN SEASON'S OPENER J NW got off to a slow start against Jones and trailed 7-0 at halftime. Midway through the 4th quarter, the Rangers started moving the ball. On 2nd and IO, Henderson passed to Hartley for 35 yards and a touchdown. The Rangers went for the 2 points and made it as Hartley went around end for the 2-point con- version. As the Rangers kicked off to Jones, they started moving and drove down to the Ranger 30 yard line. With 1:23 left in the game, a Ran- ger halfback intercepted a Jones pass, but it was knocked loose at the NW 2-yard line, and Jones recovered. Three plays later, Jones went over for the touchdown, winning 13-8. The leading ground gainer was John Hart- ley with T56 yards. Northwest defense curtails Jones' attempt for a touchdown N lhwesi Holmes HOLMES DEFENSE OUTMANS RANGERS The NW offense had a bad night against Holmes with Holmes picking off 7 Ranger passes. Th' Rangers finally got on the board with Hendel , son heaving two long touchdogvn passes to Da vid Garner. Weeks made the' extra point. :QL - Oh, no! This means four weeks of no dating. x M R X Rick Owens comes in for a block. 102 Now, I've got you! 0 Northwest Co-Lin .NW COMES ALIVE AGAINST CO-LIN TheVRangers finally got into the win- ning column as they shut out Co-Lin 25-O. The Rangers had a field night with Henderson completing 15 of 24 passes for 287 yards and three touchdowns. Split end Rick Owens was on the receiving end of two touchdowns, while David Garner grab- bed the other. Pete Weeks added 6 points with a 37-yard field goal and three con- versions. Standouts on defense were Ellard, Crain, and Jeffords. I've got it! No, I've got it! Northwest offense attempts yardage gain Boys, you're making Bear Cox chew his nails and Treadway bite his lip! 4 Northwest Hinds RANGERS SHUT OUT HINDS The Rangers got back to their winning ways by defeating the Hinds Eagles 21-O. Buz Ward- law led a bruising ground attack and scored a touchdown good for 8 yards. In the 2nd quar- ter, Quarterback Harold Henderson hit Larry Stewart with a 45-yard pass for a touchdown. Later in the 3rd quarter,' the Ranger offen- sive drove down to the Hinds 4-yard line. From this point, Henderson carried it over for the score. Again, Pete Weeks kept up his fine kick- ing with three conversions. "ww is Scooba's Aerial Attack too Much for Rangers The Rangers had a good of- fensive night against East Mis- sissippi CScoobaJ with gains of over 300 yards. But they were able to get on the scoreboard only once with a 53-yard pass from Quarterback Henderson to Tight-end David Garner. Weeks kicked the point after. ,- Vhiw hiiwf. A ,Q v QM, - Q r wwgggl- .WH ,x Hey, wait! I'm not ready! 1 , ., A .W .W , s 1, s , r,.,, .,-we V ' f ,J g Q-:Wg . 1,tf:f1rEf",ii ,ik-was Sorry about that eye, pal. Murray State Surprised by NW The cocky Murray State Racers were cooled off by the Rangers as the Ran- gers won their 2nd game in a row. The Rangers led 7-0 at halftime with a 5-yard end sweep by Quarter- back Henderson.2 In the final quarter, Tailback Buz Wardlaw slammed off left tackle for 6 yards and a touchdown. Weeks kicked the conversion, making the score NW-13, Murray State-7. Standouts on defense for the Ran- lf M gers were Tackte-Linebacker G r a d y Dicky, End Charles Crain, and Tackle Sammie Mills. rlli " So you ran the wrong' way, don't cry about it!!! Northwest stomps Murray State. 106 "You looked! " Second-Half Comeback Wins -for Rangers With the Ranger defense sagging, Pearl River jumped to an early 20-0 lead. But the Ranger defense perked up and 21-20 at halftime. With a very aggressive iob in the second half, the Ranger defense stopped Pearl River cold. Doing the scoring for .NW were Pete Weeks with two field goals and three conversions, Harold Henderson with one for 6l yards and one for 6 yards, and Buz Wardlaw with a touchdown after a four yard run. The final score was NW-27, Pearl River, 20. You are summoned to court at 9:00 A. M. tomorrow. 107 Oh' ee! We ee! ee eeeeee' NW Loses Heartbreaker Swing your partner off the field!!! 0 to ltawamba Losing on the first play. from scrimmage crippled the Ranger defense enough f or the Indians to penetrate into Ranger territory. The Rangers and Indians were neck and neck all the way, with ltawamba coming out on top 32-27. Rick Owens caught three passes for touchdowns, while David Garner got the fourth. Weeks added three points. Go! Go! Get em, Get em! Where do ya think you're going? 09 Help me push, Charlie! Swift East Central Wllops Rangers Homecoming spelled disaster for the Rangers as they lost 41-15 to East Central. Larry Stewart grabbed a 63-yard touch- down pass from Henderson. Wardlaw did the other scoring with a four-yard touchdown and a two point conversion. Weeks added a one point conversion. 81, N' E RAH, RAH, RASS! ! !! 110 Broken legs? Get back in the game! Southwest Lucks Out ,on Rangers The NW defense dug in time and time again to stop Southwest. It got credit for two goal line stands, while the Ranger offense also looked fairly well. A pass behind the line of scrim- mage which was dropped and picked up confused the Rangers, and Southwest went on to score. The final score was Southwest-14, Northwest-O. X I told you my legs were broken! Basketball East Mississippi s--,-s C, Holmes seti- ..uq Clarke Mississippi State W ,?e Hinds East Mississippi as wi..- East Central t CM---Y Delta C S C Itawamba ..-,..Ll- Southern Baptist C -,,sa.- Holmes C C Holmes C Holmes C Northeast 1 il- Mississippi State -- --E East Mississippi ..i,.. East Central Aki-- Northeast -?.,F....s Itawamba el1.,,. Delta Southwest .?+.i..s Co-Lin Delta NWJC - 105 90 81 93 98 86 90 89 80 76 77 75 83 82 78 69 78 ' 87 68 68 82 - 104 89 -59 COACH-Henry B. Koon CAPTAINS-Billy Gilmer, Cecil Williams iz? gg. x 55' , 'fa Q ia ,A "1 4 stiff A l 5 1 S X V. 3 Q W wi 1 if vs .Q A 1 f f' kgfiw 4 '- , a 4 a S Hal Stoupe-Guard Albert Mallory-Forward Managers: Left to right are: Keith Ales, Clinton Mills, Coach Henry B. Koon, Dennis Fondren, Mike Clements, and Bill fPeanutJ Rachard. 115 Y 6 Northwest r x Clarke WM The Northwest Ranger basketball squad romped to an impressive 105-67 win over Clarke College to ope'n the 1967-68 season. Cecil Williams of Bruce, candidate for Junior Col- lege All-American, led all scorers with 29 points. Five other players scored 10 points or more and all of the squad but one got into the action. ,X Starting forward Kelley Norwood of Bruce shared runner-up scoring honors with Glenn Bien, reserve cen- ter of Independence. Each player scored 'l5 points. Www Freddie gains another two points ,,,, for NWJC. Reserve guard Hal Stroupe of Ashland drilled in I4 points. Center Freddie Bost of Wa- ter Valley and guard Frank Warren of Oxford, both starters, dropped in 12 points each. For- ward Billy Gilmer of Oxford sacked five. Forward Rodney Covington of Bruce con- tributed two points and Mike Hearn of Hickory Flat got one point in limited action. This victory was the beginning of o long list of victories and one of the best seasons the Rangers ever had. Look at that Ranger reach! 'I I7 is Northwest Holmes The Ranger gym was the setting for this .NWJS victory against Hinds Junior College. Cecil led the scoring with 36 points against Holmes, an all-time high for his career, leading the Rangers to a 81-68 victory. Sophomore forward Billy Gilmer led the Rangers in rebounding, pulling down 13 against the opposition. The game earned our team the title of champion in this final tournament game in the East Mississippi Invitational. Will? Y -- . fmwww-mms X - gy .A yi . , 5 52313 . 1.. L1??y1 " f2fw5::':':.'1 S -fix ' .V .g5.5:5s:5:6y, ,rl-:V-5g.,, Water Valley freshman Freddie Bost jumps to se- cure two points for the Rangers. 118 Z 3 , f ,151 ,imc " tg? V K F? fo 9 , WW A 4. ...., ..', ,.,,. 1 .,..,., ' V - -- , JY 5 - -: e rr- is .,-. 4 ,,-. .,. I Q. , .. .- , ,. , ,ff Don't just stand there. Do something! Northwest Miss. State The Rangers played one of their best games against Mississippi State. Top scorers for this game were sophomores Billy Gilmer of Oxford and Cecil Williams of Bruce. Gilmer, 6-5 forward, bombed the Bullpups with 28 points and cleared the boards with 'I8 rebounds. Williams, six-foot guard, sacked in 27 points. Kelly Norwood, ,a 6-2 freshman from Bruce, pulled down 23 rebounds, the best total rebounds for the night. Gilmer was second to this with 18. Nor- wood dropped in 18 points to aid the defeat. Hal Stroupe, reserve guard from Ashland, ioined the game the latter part of the second half and played o fine game when Frank Warren, a starter from Oxford fouled out. The game result- ed in a 98-85 victory for NWJC. mM....Aww-- Kelly Norwood goes up for two as Bien looks on An attempt by Willie to raise the Ranger Score. 9 Wir'- Northwest Holmes The Northwest Rangers met Holmes to rack up an other victory. The final score was 82-72. ters. Holmes had the lead most of the first two quar At half time the Rangers were behind 32-32. Watch out for 45 Cecil! And the Rangers' score goes up. Cecil Williams was high scorer with 36 points. He made 'I2 field goals in 31 tries and all of his free shots except one. Kelly Norwood sacked up 23 points and was next highest scorer. All players fought hard to make this another Ran- ger victory. 120 Northwest Northeast The only serious iniury of the entire season came at a bad time. Cecil Williams, Bruce sopho- more, broke his right wrist in a game against Northeast. This was a second for him since he broke this same wrist during last year's basketball season, too. Williams' average points per game was 26.4, and he scored a total of 479 points. Hal Stroupe, Freshman from Ashland, re- placed Williams for the remainder of the game. Billy Gilmer of Oxford, and Kelly Norwood of Bruce, next high scorers, to Williams, played a hard game and maintained good scores, but final count was 68-70 with Northeast as winner. This gave the Rangers eight wins and three losses in the North Division to date. Ring around the roses 121 M it' wt' 9 fam? J! l Z W0 l "Wu-v--mf-.u...,,m A fast break by this Ranger secured another two points for the NWJC team- Northwest Delta The Northwest Rangers gained a share of the crown by beating Missis- sippi Delta 82-73. This was the cham- pionship title game for the Mississippi Junior College Conterence's North Di- vision. Glen Bien took top scoring honors with 23 points with Freddie Bost run- ning him a close second by adding 22. Next high scorers were Hal Stroupe with T3 points and Billy Gilmer with 'l2. Starters Kelly Norwood and Frank War- ren also entered the scoring action. This hard fought game was well deserved when the Rangers came out on top. This jump shot shows Norwood at his best. Northwest Eost Mississippi Northwest coach Henry B. Koon's Rangers came up with a hard-fought 68-53 win over East Mississippi. Trailing East Mississippi 29-40 at the half after one of .Northwest's coldest shooting per- iods ot the season, the Rangers roared back with a 49-point second half and took command of the contest. The Rangers scored 16 straight points dur- ing one stretch and piled up a 22-'l margin that brought them from a 47-52 deficit to a 68-53 lead. From NWJC Ranger Rocket Despite good offense Norwood gains two points. Cecil Williams drives in for 2 points Northwest Delta The Rangers dropped a 64-59 decision to Mis- sissippi Delta in a semi-final game of the Missis- sippi Junior College Conference north division tournament. Northwest, the favorite of the tour- nament, showed Delta its varied offense and re- bounding strength but to no avail. Coach Koon and the Rangers had hoped for a chance to play in the finals, and travel on to the State Tournament. Kelly Norwood led the Rangers with 20 points, followed by Billy MW Gilmer who had 16. Freddie Bost and Glenn Bien tallied with 13 and 10 points respectively. Early in the season Northwest had handed the Delta Troians on 82-73 defeat at the Rangers 124 I X Y 2 1 E 'gs 4 ,fiff ' 4 ff, 'f 31, ' fa , me ffif, Tflgfff, ff. fy f Qfffaji 'fy , All-State Players Selected for the 1968 Mississippi All-State Basketball Team were these Northwest players. Cecil Williams, sophomore, was named a first-team player. Billy Gilmer, sophomore Cleftl, and Kelly Norwood, freshman lcenterl, were named to the second team. 125 ff f ,ff r iff "' ,", f .ff fif,fy Q ,ff X ,,',!71',4l, if fff 'ffjfy ,f 5? ff K fgf, ,f 1' y V 1 7 -' 'lf' f ff ' 1 - M f' .Q , f f' I ,ZA " H e 2 'lx N First Row: Sammy Pierce, Dudley Butler, Lynn Crumm, Mike Hearn, Don McArthur, Ed McIntyre. Second Row: Jimmy McArthur, Bill Massey, Rick Owen, Larry Dean Stewart, Don Respess, Brad Anderson. Third Row: Danny McCall, Richard Holden, Joe Nunley, Buddy McCullar, Gene Brougher. Fourth Row: Don Gann, Pete Weeks, Billy Gilmer, Danny Sing, Coach Lovelle Upton. Northwest - ,, ,, In leveling the field, Coach Upton is aided by several hardworking 6 i 3 'R i y students. ffimf . , r 3252 1 S 5' , tk 2 , M I . 'i " : we 3' - H - 5 X' ' 1 "ee -. , I ,. my A . ,. ,X . at ..t.. N . gi. -'ff' J' f:E,.3,,,-E ., .. fe -Q, ,.-., 1 E,g:.,.s41f,. 5 W- at l r ' ' Q s e ' W J ' 923 , 4 t,.... l -it Ns ' X ....t ' L 2 126 A? Ziggy. 3??fY"i I it E , Q ffm, Billy Gilmer WHS 3 N.W.J.C. starting pitCh6I'. Billy Gilmer and Pete Weeks worked hard on the mx new mound. BasebaH ' .-Q. X Y A .4 1 "fl "ff?.:.Z:::'5. .VM ml F Inv A ' fs- b " g ...L 5 4 y va iw. It You re out! - X ' .., Al, .5 l AM, , X1 V' ew 5::f,..:25:iu N, ' V ' ' a ,-fm, "-aff , ., .ESS ' V- 1 -n a . "wg: 'V we N 'W ,"':'i1f.' ., ww dx , ., -- ,. - ,x,.:.4aM.::efMVg?epQ1e-.Vg... .MQ , e :z ' . V X ...A ',5g:'.f::,i,y...,.w Lx f M' ,N l , V in , 5.1:-A 1.15: .5 3? x ,Avg yew V ' V V V. ww' , .. ..,q,,.., ,.., . x,, . A ., .. . . .. . ' M A V , ..,,A , V. Ve- - -V V ,. :.- New x V.. X - ws .-Li.: X f 4, .- - -. ' ' X X N '- X-dk -1 W., 4 A V M' . 'F A 5 4 , V 5 sg vw J AF- Q 5 , . - '- xy. - N .A -f 31.15, 1-L 2139 V-fmTx.V'w5KV , ,gag-VV.""T2tf'??v - , l Dggw k. . W, V ww. Mal. ,X H x . WMI, f':'V'N:" ., .Q ,V - V . Vwm.3,- W V' -.-V.. - ri I V . f Q Sire. 2 'fw ff 'QV , . Q gg e -'T P. -xi .A 'RNS-f M .A "we ,hx ' xx ' N K. ', .1. Q. N . V Km, v-V-35: Q1-QV' M4 52,11 M53 V' ' 3- " WYE V, ' N -X 2 . K ,V 5,3 Km ,e-X,,fV.n s Q, H ,z -V ,. QM 3 .M . f . ZF KNsw'Qiw 'V -'TS .W K f - 2 """w VV 127 I shot an arrow into the air . . 4.!" Mokay' you nasty HY! This time youvve had lt!" Mike Hearn fires one to Lyn Crum at seconu base. 128 Track M . - H rn : Jw - - ,, A "Nj 1 2: . if 5 f f - : 1 . , --.Jef 1 I ,S ,:- , M , -1 . -. x , , 3, , s E A, .. H. B i f , , 3 .3 Q, l . l H ffl" ' C' if ' ' Z - 'i V 3 f fi' 4 0 5 75 ,. gf , if f' 1 . 1 , , ,,.:. , V., : 1 5 -,,. if W , - U i ., , , Z 4' ' aeqew 735 any p lf , . f- s .17 ,.:,.g. E ,E U q v Q f XX 5 frwf W W 7' gp.-Q f , x, Q.. First Row: Joe Turner, Albert Mallory, Mike Durham, Tommy Wolfe, C. B. McClatchy, James Bennett. Second Row: Wesson Coker, Bubba Moore, Frank Warren, Sammy Mills, Randy Horton, Stanley Pernell. Third Row: Coach Billie Joe Cox, Brian Nance, Grady Dickey, Fred Cummings, Ronnie Roy, Otis Wallace. Coach Cox times a 50-yard dash. wa s-... -2-5 ' S ' ' ' , W N f,,q.l.a'ig . .s y NQQL ei K 9 ' Q.. ,gf z + . ,ee-. . jews-X ' Qcfiw-.5 , S TSX- it 2 B .2 A' . X 129 Checking times with the managei'SQ Higher! Higher! On your mark! 130 Was I that slow?" Track Mir , mm NWN-im. Bang, you're off! Intrcumurcals .MLW wif 1 Linda Carpenter and Risa Darby participated in the Women's Intramural Tennis Matches. Winners in the Women's Volley- ball Tournament were - f r o nt : Barbara Orr ell, Jo Ann McClure, Brenda Mile s. Ba C k : V i C k i Griffin, P e g g y McNulty, Sherry Spier, and San- dra Snell. V .Q ' 1 01 I 'TVQQLE 0 5 realli' 13 2 Intramurals Intramural Football was the big thing on the NWJC campus, with some hot competition for the championship. All men's dormitories participated in the tournament, sponsored by the Physical Edu- cation Department and directed by Miss Constance Earl and Miss Carolyn Palmer, physical educational teachers. The following are scenes from the hotly contested championship game between Marquee and Gainey, in which Gainey was decided the winner. 133 M -fLw,f- v fvfrm wwwq. 1 Q WNW Yffifek. 1 X A U N V 4-.... 1229 An, :wax -4---. J'-fkfggqghy .l -fKiU Anne-uanuuuv ,r X uvcuuwuuv- M" I .. V., ,, n---.,Q,,,........,.L ,,ff'f,.M ,Af ,mann--uv ,Julianne "' .nuts-sal' K mod .5 f Y A Q Re .. ' - 1 ,V .A lu fi - ,Q Z if f ' l 3 g 1 . s .-. 5. -. Q as . y ' , 1 W AS- uh ww M yH3fOIif'fwsv"-igllk Where's all the action boys? , My Q ,. Ms' X ,,..1. wav , Wx I'm just a lonely man . . . W Wmwmmmwwymm-Q Fi if q 'NK fvibv-,was W mf ' vm 4 M: f 'QWNSWW VM Q fwafp,.,bw.mmrwmme I ,Q -q---1-yy.,-,,,,-.,,.-,w.v,,.,,, M... ,..,,,,,, .W ,ww,....,..,.,,,,..,, MMM. sf' ,. Z.V,,..,. I IT ,,., , ,, WW W ww U um za X 2: X .asv A- ,-' w u- qw' .www an f This isn't supposed to be a game of leap-frog! I 135 vm, .,... ,,,z.:,, ,s.,. 2 gk, ,, M N, vii: 6, QA ,. Hey, will somebody bring us a football? ! ? ! 7 N52 1 9 5 if"f,.,c - ' ' 3 ,, . H4 jxisfe Q '-zu X, A 2 if v .1 nw ' Sinn' -av ?f'3'2l'iW5Zr1XS'D'S 74, YMWW ? ,y:w:1swq:gsa.,5 , z xmwif NWJC Cheer Leaders Martha Warren Vicki Cunningham Captain Co-Captain 136 NWJC Cheer Leaders Frances Jean Rowland Candace Drake Sophomore Sophomore Jackie Van Winkle Sandy Rounsaville Freshman Freshman Pat Birdsong l Cecily Caldwell, Gail Young Freshman Alternates 'I37 ,- 3 Registration began os moss contusion. The Beginning of boys when the girls moved into their dorms? 1. X. XXX vm.. wan' 5 Number One flirt gets his bid in early for the good- looking new girls. A Memorable Year. . . They get down to the nitty-grit- ty in football practice. And classes must inevitably begin. 141 'f 'ss I " 'YQ ww-"' fa Qi 'Yi 'M g 99 w A-ww' M.. ,f Someone seems to have the giggles, " Sffiwxlmmivv -'P QW V 0: si Is it really thot funny, Pamela? 1534! .y bv fgyjsig 2 6 N. S Better clecm if good. Room morning. - of naw K X 'Y X 3 1 XXX X N X X . 'X QQ A QQ XX 6.21 X Ni, rf-J SA-gt-'22 X, '-:SQ : , - Sm-5' N qr. - gi j xslsififii Q Q, S xi .R . -x Nm X . . Q Q., , x, 1 ,- , .Xt X t ,M W f Life in check in the gi, X Qgwr. ,Sk Wfwfff f 21221: ' :yewf,:1Q' ' A , f , Y' , , f ,141 0 ff E225--2 ff f f 46 f ,if 4, f f ff ' 'ff .J 5 X f ,ff -1 . f f , Aff 9 w f ' 1.1: V f ff 5..,,..f,,,,,fa,::ffjjf' 1 I V "'liEiJj,' 'f ', ' W1-Zfi-' ff ,f ff? fi ,, ,, .: 15. . V - , f ,,.?,fy':4 f"" '1- f ' 7 , f 2,2 A I 4' gxqxx v Hx X Q MQ QS wx X wax X XM X Xvv 'Q xx , X X ,F X 5 'Q -B ..xg: , S X Q 1 Vs? X X aww ,wgv ' - X' A x5SiiTYSfbY2iSf-, U - K X' 6, X-s..M,. ., u..N.... Mr. Trecxdwoy is clwoys soaking up words of wisdom. the Dorms .-:ru-11::::z51:,sera4::r1:szz::-:5,:.z:1::r:: 44-zfw.-:f vw, M lf ,y y W y ,pf ,y 1- ,f If ,QW 9 5 If za ,Q Z 'Z , C 4 U 4 4 4. f fl , ,, ri '4'25f95if fff, Cf, 'W' ' Jim T225 wwf f' " ff ,f , .1 'Q .efgiyfggzg 0 yi 'Wu 5 ,qw A J , ,443 112 G, gf 6 Hifi f , If gf , V 0 0: 3, Ziff 1 5 fun.. 'W ff Q f 2051, A , i 5 J. .,,,gW,+'5 f, f ej 5555 i au gf J 1 Y 7 M'4Xf0f ,4 ff" :iff-'J ' .ex 1 . 1 , f , ' vig! 261 E 41 ,,,, 6 f Now what did you go ond take my picture for? 4 c ..,.. T .,, Sure they're strict oround here, but 1l'1c1t's no recson To jump! :fm-3435225133352 """ - ' agwsf' -rf 5-, ,I - fi. ,j ,, ,A . ,r,. . ., if f 7,1 I 1 A X You bette r noi! This is the life! fo Q If 'f W 3 ,J ,y ,,x W fc 42 0' You'd better close your curtains! ! i 4 5 z 'I44 fm Dorm X vsrsi 5 ,J '.,,,,,,.-9' A QR ife Girls, what would Mrs. Jackson say?!? Modesfy personified. . . 4 if 5225 s I H I I f ,-,,- . 4 ff ' 169' f' K f' Am 5 , so This isn't really a bunch Arabs, they just look Thad wa of y. I4 "NH is 239. wand wany is of if again. 18000 9 0 1' .e SV 7 . 9 GWR' I'm trying, l'm Trying! !! 46 on Campus X. ew Sl-' e ,N Q- 'wmy Would you believe truck? X9 , if .xv 3 We iecilfynhaw Sports' Life I cdughf if! iss -Isis., 5 X K I5 'K """ M VQYSZQ 'IWW EEN: as avi some tough managers! f f Kc ,Xl 5:1 VA . 1.4, A, M v, y iw '1':?1'fA QQ. aw , 21:-:gs . .1 . , 2 Q M 'fw ffv-.r:r:ufi:f wif!" - Qs:-1:1225 2 V, W, 6, f 4-aff 9, Q1 -1 -25:55 ' ,A 3 2 47 ' 2 pf' 147 Northwest rarely misses. 'gif' if at P, 9 5 it 1 Many Northwest girls modeled in the Bridal Spring Fashion Show. , 59560943 ,,,.i, ,wee My ff Northwest has a great band but the featurettes beat them in looks. Students participate lt was difficult to choose a queen from all the lovely homecoming candidates. 14 Artist series were sponsored by the student council to provide good entertainment for NWJC students. in Activities Rehearsal is never a drag There was good participation for bon fires during Religious Emphasis week. 149 3, K 3 h . V. 1,2 ww-0' 1-1: f ? ,,.-ff" Drafting room, , , ,nw w. 'Va I O Llfe In Computer room Science lub. . . 'I50 the Classroom Library study.. ww any ,gui Surveying practice. ,', www. ww Cosmetology patron. . 'Q Q Love to fill that coke machine!! Quit cheating! A.. Life in .qi V X' - Here co-mes Coach Cox!?! 152 .nd Exciting TV show, huh, John? the Rec Holl 'Hug' f" MU Mx ,f fi I only won? gum YK .Aim VM .,., A -1.........j I wont all your Jocks! 'I53 M635 4 , .,., r 1 ZAZ Mean moods. . R X N-as!-W'U' Asif' nuff' ,i,M, 3,,Hwx , 2, vw 1 wMf ' ,vxxavfiibg S,,3,,ysB1'f 1, ,,Qfe,xwN 1 Vaxakl ,N g-:sank-2' 5 gy, Lynsii-4' Q 1 Pensive moods.. X 4 HOPPY Th moods. . 9 av 'E -htg 'rv Ri xxx Q w 1 kk hu Moods Lozy moods. .. f fs. 4 5 ,, x , - . .Q-ssnfarzl-P261 . W ' M ' . . . ' - 44 fv P :zz Q Industrious moods. . . Angry moods. . . 2 NW- ,A I wonder if she koiws I'm waiting for her to come out. i L 9. 5. if ' sw: Wm if- Wifi ' A ' Sf-ff " ,z fs? 7 ,. , , fri I 121, J 237' 4 MQ -2 iam 2? QV ' , ,, if? iff . ' S - ' 2 -f . Qi 4 . 0" Wi- . .V Qgiim Y: -'A . . , - - ,,- 5 ,Mx K. , ---Mg ' if , ' Q V f' 1 :QM , ' , , ,, ., 7- ,A N i 1:1-,I ik. . V.: H i X 4 ' fi, 1, ' . rpm. ' 5-2 Zygggsi- 1 . ., ' 4 , 'X firm ii' 2, . W 1 ' i V 1- 2 . - , . was i ,-X :My H v.. X' . , 4, . ' 4 ' .fx Wisww , . ' 2 P xi ' ,-VV: , ,- A -qv gf, x. - -f . -- g, mf RL,-A5 G5 ek ..,. ?gj' . . aiu' wiki? '9i5'f4,'sHw - ,-3, ' 'M KJ, W' wgzgq gg a ix 'Rv' if Q Q, 2 i . i if W Q 5 1 J i,3i,g,i2aV I as 1 , ,f ' A-Nj' A, n , ' was - is "x ' ff' iw , 2 Genic is dressed in the winter fods of '68. Q 6 CI lla E You don't say! part of Life sickness. vt There's nothing like help for the helpless. X91 Q 1 Us X S+: iw .1 i Q gg Q y ww N. .,.. , ...,.. A J is 5 "4 w f Hg' y ' A ,yn Q , A I f ,H 5 5 1 'Qi an Q j Q. -u.,,,,sSM, 1 . . . and in health students always seem to pull through somehow. 5157 Q Are-n'f rney pretty? A 12 9 sf I Q ,Q S , ,, vw I 4 957 . 632,91 55 47 M321 , y X MWC .jf ,Wa BF , . fw' , ' QA 934,150 l V' X V 5 Now then, just o few words .... 'I58 Oh for the Life Mr, Wheeler, I lust don't undersicnd. XX ef 1 i ' ze 'Z +w.,.,:4.dM :A l4-- : In MW - ja if A Q Q I M I ff fsms , s , , V , 1 s s s i t ' W H1 at J 7 , , , 3 'f f f ' ,Q' Q1-. v-1 :'- i s I .4 ' , 1, t- it , 5 , A 'Q 1 sm K 1 . P, . Al" 5, -em W ,gk ,.,VA.f ,LJ 1. 1 ,Q -'lawn-. ,,ffM,, uhm ,Mika of the Teachers Signing closscczrds is G bore. Are you sure thct's Spanish? s f J WSE X N. swim fill? 5 1 iff A? ,x T52 t A , 1 4' F 1 iiiiafttgffzlifs !a,iiii5itt lil i. , S -i'A f' 1 'fi P R525-fi ,s . asfs. 1- l gd ff- I know my students will be interested in this. 159 me 1 -'WW' L arf .... ...M 2. The thinker. . . ,W My, what happy faces. .. 160 f , 2.-54,222.4 , ye , ,,,. V., .5 f ' 1 N If ff , . .-a,,ij,4,,:p 1 ,,.,.,. -1 4: , . s - , V4 a ft Q 1 , ,J +,sg1, , f 2,,z:. ,.i:f , 5 "wif f if i 1 X f ' wa ' I , , , X ,. . D ..!,,., ,,.,, my ,, .,..,,. , .N WMA.. . ,:.., , . .- .,,,,1.. .M , .,:., E VV, , . :,- we f 'Qi "1 P "wi-nf' , A , V , , ,fl fy. - ., ' G ' , V f -, -1 5,7 fy? V Q' gi '- was ,W-2' f M 'J f 1 Q , 1 Z. .xffvf-f:': r ,"l .. .-v:f' -:.:5":- . ,J J-iSiEfE1:flE2f' ff 4-Lf V 4 'A if f Q, ..,-ww ww. ab 4 A " ' if " .,,., W.. in as A, J,?543f'gf,,, ,. V '65,-A , ' "f-2-1,55 m,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,2 The work that musf have gone into this piece of Life with i 1 Oh, fhey're gonna beat me again.. our Faculty ? 5 W,W,,,,,,WJ Mr. Personality Here comes the bride... 161- . , Q? 9 -W ' u i f ' 'Z :.'31"1 'I3' :,z,l . Registration. . Assembly. . 1 iw H ga F .x . 5 N A fi ,f f , I ,ss 1, .ii 1,5 f e 5? u - -I . If 1 S . 5 f. v jlk v -"5 1 . ,5 -f A ' 5 sr ,ff ,. ,.,..,.,.,.,. A , f, jf , fzwiggli gi 3 V V, '. 4- ': , ff f- ' 'wx K. X , 4 - f ,f wa Q 'SY vs' if , 2 , ' " ze, N -12 A995 Rh A.,.gT"f'w7M V l Q ff Q L-35 1 se., N"'MQff" f xv 'il ' 4 9. 1 1 f ' Ss' - fig ' 1342: ' 1. ' W- 1 , ' , '- gg -1 -Z., . '- 'fi '- T wfif' z ': . a. 7, ' .352 w - XJ f ,f ff L. , an Z- jf A' , A ' X , M! fi L , , in ...HZ X4 T' , N 2. A 5 . ,vs ' ' 2 7 115 , ff!-.T ,f 3ftf?f. ,:- Q- ' 7 K x' Faculty. . . S 3 vffiwf 5 .aff -ft 7 f .lf ..,,1- 'sf " -.Lf,,,, ,3,,5.." V . .,g,,, 'yy . fg, X' V y " -wnemw-QwvavwsafQ-v-aims: , ,, ,vw .A e V: .,,x ,-,, N? V X ... ,N R ' N1 Classes. .. the Rec Holl. .. 162A forget Boll games. . . and the dcznces.. the rain the Snow. , , . . . good old Northwest. 'I63 , v Wx. 0 a c C C uw' ,- Q- Q x VAAHN x 3 ' X V v ,Wuwm w BENTON COUNTY Bobby N. James Wyatt Thomas J. K. McGaughy G. M. Davis Earl Childers CALHOUN COUNTY John R. Wamer Elmo Overby Stanley Williams Lon Pryor Wilson Blue DESOTO COUNTY W. Howard Allen G. T. Gamer L. A. Scott R. E. Darby Walton A. Scott LAFAYETTE COUNTY Charles W. McGonagill M. F. Parks T. R. Gunter J. C. Tatum Frank Ramage MARSHALL COUNTY J. C. Totten Edgar Lee Bolden J. P. Woods Odell J. Wilson C. R. Pipkin PANOLA COUNTY Horace Matthews Bill F. Knox M. N. Aldridge D. B. Wilson W. S. Jones QUITMAN COUNTY J. D. Petit H. M. Chrestman James H. Reed W. B. Moore F. S. Haynes TALAHATCHIE COUNTY J. C. McCachren Julius M. Roberson Guy Wolfe Jack Flautt Jim Pennington TATE COUNTY Jamie L. Beard Delma Baker Charles Gaines Emmette Hale, Jr. Leroy Crockett TUNICA COUNTY W. A. Leatherman Thomas O. Eamheart Paul Battle, Jr. Shelby C. Wilson Charles Austin YALOBUSHA COUNTY Frank Pate E. Doke French Thomas S. Swearengen Richard Ross Ben T. Simpson The Board of Trustees 66 The Boord 45 of Trustees works closely with our President ond the Administration. They clre interested in on ever-growing, progressive Northwest Mississippi Junior College. Don Bartlett, President .. C-. -m...,. Como C. B. Walker, Secretary Senatobia David H. Bennett Lamar Max Billingsley -. - EBY- -... -,-- Senatobia W. L. Brewer M.-s-Y. --o.. TZ Charleston C. H. Caffer Lambert Mrs. J. L. Campbell D. ..-M .--- Belen Walter S. Carter. Jr. ---DD-, Hernando L. Stacy Davidson -Y Batesville Wilson Edmondson M- Richard B. Flowers .L .. ,...- Crowder .. LDT? Tunica Melvin Ford 1 D--.-----D+.., Oakland Otho Givens, Sr. D. D i.,.., Senatobia G. A. Gulledge ---C--.--- --- -g- Bruce Mrs. T. P. Howard 1 . D. .-- Lake Comorant 67 Simpson Hurdle . -. Moscow, Tennessee James D Jones - --. -. ..-ggi Oxford Stanley V. Mulligan Dis- Lamar John Rich . -..o- --..-..- ..- -- Marks J. T. Schultz -.-D - Y. Ds-JY,- Tunica W. J. Shackleford Cecil O. Sharp . V. H. Spier - - . George Swindoll -..L Mrs. W. S. Taylor ...-- .. .--- Cascilla .. . g 1--- Marks 4-4 .Ak Arkabutla Y , Calhoun City L , v-4 Sledge H. M. Wallace DD- .. - D . L- Coldwater T. G. Wells Ben G. Wynne - Sam Yarborough -. -. .- e- ex, Oakland s s W.- -5 Coldwater Y ...-We-- 3- Paris MPS. W. M. Young Dfffvc--. .... DD- Michigan City f XR. ' . ' I ' .W f .MA xv l 'f 5 4' .- , 1... ffifafcf '7 :fi 'QF'- kiffiw f 1 .A Nu. f.iEfy!Qw,3Z ,eyp 'r . 'f .ifpw .1 " ' 1 3 REESE D. McLENDON - President: B. S., University of Southern Mississippig M. A., University of Texas 168 fa , , 'ff ,-z:1z:':a:s'54:2:e:a3552524 WET? NIQXXW,'fWMM,ywzwifLf,a2M.f ff 'Q H 1 f V, V! --"-A v Xa . . .-".'1'24" . . ' , 'Sh ,fa 0 "K 0 fn' .'.fZ77'!zwfi' ' , ff .:..W.:.:.:.:n,:.,, 4 , ,, 'MA f , ,. .,, ,4 i , z ,.,aZf,1f4',ff,iI-ii C . , i 151132: , -.wwf ' 1' "1 WWW' rfffffvv fff we fffyaffgfw f ,W .M ,-,Zj'f ? 242 "v ' igf'fvf,f on , 52, ,, , . Q J. P. McCORMlCK - Dean of the Collegeg B. S., Bowling Green College of Commerceg M. B. E., University of Mississippig Advanced Study, University of Mississippi 169 35 35 : li -ii-rlxg i f ff! . E , f fri' ' i W ir . Q -4 32 ,S 1 fi iii 5 E 2 35? ' .g 1? K 3 5 li 2, K amz H. DAVID BLACKWELL - Director of Special- A. G. WELCH - Business Managerg B. S., Uni ized Educationg B. S., Delta State College, M. versity of Southern Mississippig Graduate Study B. A., Mississippi State Universityg Advanced University of Southern Mississippi Study, University of Mississippi JACK BUTTS - Registrarg B. S., Delta State College, M. B. E., Mississippi State Universityg Advanced Study. Universitv of Mississippi 7 "iq- AYP' JUNE GARDNER - Dean of Student Personnelg B. S., M. B. E., Advanced Study, University of Mississippi W. WILLIAMS-Director of LWDA S. -I Dean of Women: B. S., arid .DQan. 0f Men? B- Sw M- S7 Ulflverslty ,af Mississippi State College for Womeng M. A., Ad- MISSISSIPPIQ Advanced Study, University of Mis- vanced Study, University of Mississippi slssippi E71 U' f f 2 2 S. MILDRED MEACHAM - Director of Public Relations, B. A., Advanced Study, University of Mississippi SANFORD POWELL - Director of Housingg B, C. C. WILLIAMS-Director of Student Aids, S., Mississippi State University, M. Ed., Univer- B. S., Delta State College: M- S-, UI1iV6I'SifY of sity of Mississippi Mississippi, Advanced Study, Mississippi State University ,gr ,rsv- 1 JJ il I72 5 3,4 anvil' R. PRICE DARBY-Director of Guidance, B. S., Mississippi State University, M. A., Mississippi State Universityg Advanced Study, University of Mississippi. ROBERT EDWARD OAKLEY - Director of Sports Publicity, B. A., University of Mississippi, Additional Study, University of Mississippi X M slr I mf., ' A . . Elfgffi , 4 , inf , .4- 2, ,N 5. if , . 5 .sw Ziff V 3 f ?'7g'Y?" -, LM, A vi' . -vifvwsz A .ff- E' .- ...i Af, af +1--L V ' wg, ,A ggi.. sf 4, A I 'cfx,4 ,, .1 5 A 'i e 5 X A ,Maj . ,lx V. , :,: ,. 5 'Fm 1 11454 ' - if ',V't 25,2 1 ' F ' -A -f s .1 ,di SUE BURKS - Assistant Registrar B. A., Uni- versity of Mississippi, Graduate Study, Univer- sity of Mississippi THOMAS D. COATS-Associate Dean in Charge of Technical Education, B. S., M. A., Memphis State University M Agriculture Department Satisfactory completion of this course will enable the student who so desires to enter the four-year course in general agriculture, agri- cultural education, or other agricul- tural courses with advanced stand- ing. The Associate in Science degree is awarded upon completion of work. The curriculum for Livestock Technology trains young men as man- agers ot livestock farms, meat proc- essing plants, and general farming. The curriculum for Ornamental Hor- ticulture and Soils Testing Technology trains young men as managers for garden centers, landscaping com- panies, nurseries, parks, golf courses, and general highway horticultural work. These two-year courses lead to Associate in Applied Science de- grees. f AUBREY M. BRISCOE - Chairmang B. A., Uni- versity of Mississippi, B. S., M. Agriculture, Mis- sissippi State Universityg Advanced Study, Mis- sissippi State University it il We S- gf.-If 'Ln EDDIE DESHAZO - B. S., A., Arkansas State College, Additional Study, Arkansas State University CHARLES T. SMEDLEY, JR. - B. A., Murray State Universityg M. S., Mississippi State University 174 is... ALLEN H. HOLLIDAY - B. A Brigham Young University Art Department The curriculum set up in the NWJC Art Department is designed for a student who is interested in maioring in painting or design, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts in a senior college. The design maior is planned for the student who is interested pri- marily in commercial art, whereas the paint- ing maior is planned for the student pri- marily interested in fine arts. Satisfactory completion of this curriculum entitles the stu- dent to the Associate in Arts degree. JAC T. YOUNG - Chairman B. F A., Memphis Academy of Artsg M F. A., Tulane University EUGENIA GORDON DOWLING- B. F. A., Memphis Academy of Artsg Additional Study, Memphis State University, University of Mis- sissippi Business Department The Associate in Business de- gree is awarded to majors in gen- eral business, business administra- tion, accounting, business educa- tion, hotel-motel mana g e m e n t, salesmanship or marketing, and to those specializing in executive, le- gal, or medical secretarial train- ing. Certificate programs within this department include data proc- essing technology, intensive junior executive training, and intensive secretarial training. wwww.,,.MW,.,,,wWM0WM 92 if f K X,-" 'WW 133 i .1 fr: 5 W Sain Jack Butts-Chairman B. S. Delta State College M. B. E., Mississippi State University Advanced Study, University of Mississippi Mildred G. Pryor Leone Davis King Dalton Whitt B. B, A., M. B. A., Memphis B. A. E., M. B. E., B, S., Delta State College State University, University of Mississippi Additional Study Advanced Study, University of Mississippi University of Mississippi Memphis State University 'I76 QS ,Ba-ff kw "jf KATHLEEN W. WAIT JAHNAE HARPER ELISHA A. SHELLNUT, JR. B. A.. E., M. QB.. E'., B. A., Arkansas State University B. A., University of Mississippi University of Mississippi M. B. E., University of Mississippi M. B. A., University of Mississippi Business Mx rf' A f, 'V , . .,,....,..,.., ANN JOAN REID VASANT BHATNAGAR B, S. E., Delta State College B. A., Allahabad University M. B. E., University of Mississippi M. A., Kansas State University Advanced Study, University of Mississippi Advanced Study, Kansas State University University of Mississippi 'I77 I Business L55 AUSTIN W. TROUSDALE Data Processing Institute Memphis, Tennessee X . e JP' '11' "N A 5 , MARIE GRAY t B. A., Mississippi State University Additional Study, y University of Mississippi MARGOT WINGERT Study, MacMurray College f I N ...M-,A , ,f 21 J. M. KOONCE xxyr five- B. A., Northwest Louisiana W.-. . , State Additional Study, THOMAS BRITE Memphis State University B. A., University of Kentucky J. D., University of Louisville 'I78 Edu-cation Department Courses of study in this department HOWARD CARPENTER - Chairman B. S., Delta State College M. A., George Peabody College Advanced Study, University of Mississippi DOROTHY P. STREETE B. A., Southeast Missouri State College M. A., Memphis State University 79 are designed for students who plan to teach. Included are some of the core cur- riculum for the teaching certificate. The Associate in Education degree is awarded to majors in elementary, secondary, or physical education. MARGUERITE B. FOWLKES B. S. M. S., Mississippi State University Advanced Study, University of Mississippi WALTER LOVELLE UPTON B. S., Millsaps College Additional Study, University of Mississippi kMbN"'Sn.t 1-"""" HENRY B. KOON B. A., M. A., Advanced Study, University of Mississippi CAROLYN PALMER B. S., Mississippi State College for Women M. A., Appalachian State University BILLIE JOE COX B. A., Arkansas State College M. A., Murray State University CONSTANCE B. EARL B. S. P. E., University of Mississippi M. A., University of Mississippi Advanced Study, University of Houston University of Mississippi Fi-ne Arts Department B. GLENN TRIPLETT - Chairman The Associate in Arts degree is award- ed to students in the Fine Arts department who pursue the moiors of music,music education, sacred music, or speech and theatre, and who plan to continue their educations beyond the iunior college level. B. M. E., University of Southern Mississippi M, M., University of Mississippi VIRGINIA ANN AVEKY B. M., University of Southern Mississippi M. M., University of Southern Mississippi Advanced Study, University of Southern University ,rm B. M. E., University of Mississippi , , Additional Stud University , Y , University of Mississippi 181 SAMUI-:L D. CHRIST, sn. JAMES E' KEYSEW JR B. M., M. M., Louisiana State if 11,7 E w fs' , ug, , , .. Y 4 'V x '-'Y 5 :B Q , J ' ' . ' , A fi .f S kb A , 1 ' W .. Q Q - v . , f ' va .f We Q . .- ff' 'I' 'T . ' I E , A, . ,... A5 4 f ' ' r ee 'I' U' -: - .:-7-:a szs2:: I 9 ,B 1, f gf. -4-. 3155 .. - 188 as Q, - " 'F"i up ' ' Q. ,rfffxvizi -v"i' f'4SI',I9Ir , 0 1 ' 5 2- . . ,x A 1 4. 1 M F K Q xp.. if N V 12 ' ' f' t U 4256345 ' 2- . q T, 4 apex , p 3 s4,5gijQjIig5?E . 'wz ch 9 N ,. " I ,,,, 5:74 'Lf , ' .f,,.i'ffT 7'-'51, ' dvi 1CI'S-q7g"52ffiElE:E?fIi:iw A .. q ' 'f.ir9:7 :fQEi'.,?'41"e3:' ' vifixlshfgijf' '5:!.,q,g4'G?'f5, 5" 4?3:iiAS' , 1' . , .sw ff-4 Fkilffyfra, f 4 e f ' if sz- Q.-Mtffff. A, y. ,355 ,t,..,. . ,Mem X. JANE SAUNDERS Instructor of Northwest Misses gf . A , ,A . H VL, ggi M ,t In Ji PATRICIA JEANILL COATS BEN THERRELL B. M. E., Southeastern Louisiana B. M. E., Additional Study, College University of Southern Mississippi Additional Study Memphis State University A scene from one of the Fine Art Department's plays . . x S r... rl 5 's 'S QS 182 3 Liberal Arts Department The Liberal Arts Department at North- west includes the study of English, lan- guages, and Bible. The Associate in Arts diploma is awarded to students who sat- isfactorily complete the requirements and who plan to continue their studies at a senior college. , wax. W. X as:-7 , 'Vkfi ELIZABETH CRISLER CHASE - Chairman B. A., Newcomb College B. A., University of Mississippi t any 'f ..iMmH.,,,f" I K E FRANCES KERON SMITH EMILE RAMSEY PAULINE HOLLADAY A. B., Blue Mountain College A. B., Mississippi State College B. A. E., M. A., M. A., Baylor University for Women University gf Mississippi Advanced Study, William and Mary M. A., Mississippi State University and Mississippi College Advanced Study, University of Mississippi 183 EMHJY D, MATHIS CARSON C. HOLLOMAN, JR. CAROLYN FAY JOHNSON B, S, M, Au A. Millsaps B. A., Delta State College Memphis State University 'Additional Study, M. A., Mississippi State University Advanged Study, University of Mississippi Advanced Study, University of Tennessee University of Mississippi Liberal Arts . N cv . 41:1 EMILY MAE BALLEW DAVID W. CHADWELL PAUL INMAN B. S., University of B. A. David Lipscomb College B. A., Memphis State University New Hampshire M. A., Harding Graduate M. A., Memphis State University M. A., University of Mississippi School of Religion 'I84 Mathematics Department "S-.. The mathematics curriculum is de- signed to prepare the student to do ad- vanced work in the field of mathematics and also to obtain a teacher's certificate if he so desires. 185 ZULA GLENN - Chairman B. S., University of Southem Mississippi M. A., University of Mississippi LANELLE RAWLINSON B. S., Troy State College Additional Study, University of Mississippi Science Department ROBERT L. KING - Chairman B. A., M. S., University of Mississippi ANITA S. WILBORN Acting Chairman B. S., University of Southern Additional Study, Mississippi University of Mississippi The science curriculum is de- signed to prepare students in M. A., University of Mississippi Advanced Study, University of Mississippi and Texas A Sz M general science fields, pre-phar- macy, pre-medicine, pre-nur- sing, medical technology, lab- oratory technology, home eco- nomics, and pre-engineering. The Associate in Science degree is awarded upon completion of the two years of study under this program. NELL M. TIPTON JO CALDWELL ADAMS A. B., William Carey College B. A., Mississippi State College for M. S., University of Mississippi Women Advanced Study, University of M. S., University of Mississippi Colorado, Abilene Christian College and Pepperdine College 'I86 l i Xxx i 3 . '-if-M-a.....,g DR. CHUNG-tao CHENG ELBORN EUGENE WILMA A. SIXBERY B. A., National Central Univer- MENDENHALL B, A., Additional Study, sity. Ph. D., University of Ber- University of Mississippi lin. B. S., Kansas State University, S. M., Harvard University Science 'I87 Social Science Department The social science department offers courses including Western Civilization, American History, political science, geo- graphy, and principles and problems of sociology. These courses provide a vital part of the core of many major fields of- fered within other departments on campus. 5 4 2 . 5 r -M, K Q EMMIE ELLEN WADE - Chairman DANALD RAY EURE B- A-. M- A-- UHiV9I'SitY Of MiSSlSSiPPi B. S., Mississippi State University Advanced Study. Tulane Uf1iVe1'SitY, Additional Study, Mississippi State University of Oregon University Jet, 1 LULA MAE FOWLER ROBERT SEAY R' E' RUWEBFORD B. A., Grenada College B. A., Delta state College A' Bo MISSESSIPPI C9u?gf? . M. A., University of Mississippi M, A., Advanced Study, M- Aw UUIVQTSIW 0f.M1S5.1SS1PP1 Advanced Study, Columbia University of Mississippi Aqvancfidmudy' Unwerslty of University and University of Mississippi and Florida State University Mississippi Vocational-Technical Department .f 'rw Thomas D. Coats - Chairman B. S., M. A. Memphis State University 2 . 45451 fgfigiii ffl i IST i f M. Y .' 4 ' 7 . , 1 z F . v ., ' ms.. .,v,,,,.t.f.., 1 t . X , Charles C. Ainsworth Billie Bob Gray Felix E. Robinson. ' . B. S., M. Ed., Advanced Study, B. S., Mississippi State Study, UIIIVCPSIIY of MISSISSIPPI Mississippi State University University M. A., Advanced Study. Mississippi State University 189 Af M' as s 2 MARCUS D. WILLIAMS B. S., Mississippi State University vw: was W, f- .4 .-mf. . , , Ms.. 4 - .wmv .- 1- miami 1+"a'9fvf:. . 951531-:QE RICHARD HAMER Vocational Welding vig! ri? " -. 'Y-N. ,514 RUPERT E. HOUSTON A. A., Jones County Junior College Additional Study, University of Southern Mississippi Vocational-Technical LEROY H. GALLANT Study, American University I90 MELVIN L. WHITLEY Study, University of Mississippi Additional Study, Mississippi State University MALCOLM VENABLE B. S., Mississippi State University M. Ed., University of Mississippi Additional Study, Mississippi State University '01- BL i 'ff ' 4 , N x X EB! Dallas Neyman Technical Education Vocational Technical AA v . M T2 2.1 EEE: James B. Wheeler Study, Old Dominion College Additional Study, Mississippi State University W 3 W- if 5 1 gf if it Gerd Beetz Institute of 'ITechnology, Delmunhorst, Germanyg Ordnance Automotive School, Atlanta, Georgiag Methods of Instruc- tion Course, USAEUR Schoolg Additional Study, Memphis State University James Herring Vocational Automotive Technology Cosmetology Deportm DT Lois Horton Degree in Cosmetology, La Vera's, Little Rock, Arkansas Certificate in Advanced Hair Styling, "--Q , ' T5 r E 1 " 'i:" is 551522 sgzgfa2Q.I.,.g,-,. University of Mississippi Linda Truitt Degree in Cosmetology Holmes Junior College Library Staff JOSEPHINE GULLY - Librarian B. S., University of Mississippig M. S., Louisiana State Universityg Graduate Study, Columbia Uni- versity Library assistant Martha Nichols checking out library book to Linda South. 193 BETTY LEWIS McCOLLOUGH - Assis- tant Librarian, A. A., Orlando Junior College, B. A., Florida State University. ni Non-Teaching Personnel ia M v 'f a'i"i? fi it MRS. CORINNE MCLENDUN JAMES CLEGG TOMMY LEACH Landscaping and Interior Director of Wesley Foundation Director of Baptist Student Union Decorating is QX JAMES WEST L. L. SOWELL C- EARL CARTER Coordinator of Distributive Mechanic Director of Manpower Program Education 194 ,ws swf, 1"f,f EVA ...I 5 ,,,ef -' : I.. Q A :. ,QI fl . .gg 2 ir' ' , . A,A .A.... . ,... . if 'MVl"""' my z33s','f,'2zN 1 ' 9 ., to r fy ,,.f :r lai r' 125 552253.22352 3 sg Q Q 55, fm-',,,g.,.:1 ..., Q: .:1-iw: MORRIS WHITE Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds JULIA WHEELER School Nurse The faculty grapevine 'I95 FRED MORGAN - Cafeteria Manager MRS. CURTIS ROBINSON - Assistant W2 DORMITORY HOSTESSES: fleft to rightj Front Row: Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens, Mrs. Mable Byars. Mrs. Sarah Nall. Back Row: Mrs. Eloise Toole, Mrs. Minnie Bailey. Mrs. Estil Carter, Mrs. Lula Daniel. r Q1 . . ww' 'f iiiii p K STUDENT CENTER: Mrs. Mamie Wells, Mrs. Bettye Gilbert rManagerJ. Mrs. Earline Cope- land. KENNETH BRIGHAM Assistant Business Manager ,IL BUSINESS OFFICE: Mrs. Winnie Sykes, Office Manager: Mrs. Nina Mae Taylor, Mrs. Aileen Bost, Mrs. Phyllis Morris. V,-' ..,. .. '1 SECRETARIES: Front - Mrs. Carolyn Ainsworth, Mrs. Ann Robinson. Back-Mrs. Betty B. McKibben, Mrs. Mary Clair Puryear, Mrs. Gail Mills. 'S 3 SECRETARIES: Miss Mary Elizabeth Lamberth, Mrs. Marilyn Arnold, Mrs. Bobby Darby. S S I i . . gg A-. Y A n, - X A Q . .5 as 'Em W Sv .egwiigs y . - wT?"'?1 Ax in ' A 'fjllflf sg -liifilf SECURITY OFFICERS! Herman Clark, L. -. -. irissszaxwglfmvmkmwlvepx''wsxiiisi-A-N Tm A--'X' if -w - McPeak, R. A. Busby, R. R. Robison. 96 You're in the wrong parking area, you know! I Classroom Scene S 1--,mm S 3 'E 'I97 r- ":".',.""', .- - 0 c U n o Classes I Clcss - a . - O Clcas fbi E 4' ' wmv. W V. im ,mv 11s PHILLIP MICHAEL ADAMS Bruce, Mississippi Forestry JOHNNY BURKS AKINS HOHY Springs, Mi sissippi Forestry THOMAS KEITH ALES Batesville, Mississippi Business CORNELIUS ALLEN, JR. Como, Mississippi Drafting and Design DAVID K. ALLEN- Y Calhoun City, Mississippi Science MICHAEL LEE ALLEN Big Creek, Mississippi Biology ROBERT BLAIR ALLEN Jackson, Mississippi Math WILLIAM EDWARD ALLEN Coldwater, Mississippi Salesmanship UPTON LEE ALMON, JR. Sumner, Mississippi Education WILLIAM EDWARD ANDERSON Olive Branch, Mississippi Draftinn and Design JERRY BROOKS AUTRY Batesville, Mississippi Business MARY SUSAN AVERY Eupora, Mississippi Business Education MARY LOUISE BAKER Hernando, Mississippi Music WILLIAM RANDALL BALDWIN Hickory Flat, Mississippi Music DANNY L. BARFIELD Coldwater, Mississippi Accounting SOPHOMORES 200 UF? 93" BILLY WAYNE BARMER Sardis, Mississippi Refrigeration BILLIE RUTH BARNETT Senatobia, Mississippi Business Education FRANCES JOYCE BARNETT Senatobia, Mississippi Business MICHAEL DEE BARTON Nesbit, Mississippi Civil Technology PATRICIA ANN BELOTE Sardis, Mississippi Education RHONDA JO BENNETT Hickory Flat, Mississippi 201 ay, fs- ,Q ' f' , 5. 1' f , 1 I '1' A ' 55' Q I Qi . 3 V 5 ,,. ,sf-sa ' A Ms'-vt fa, f4,i1eskx.5ees fs wana., MEDIE EARL BOSWELL Memphls, Tennessee Accounting LINDA FAYE BROWN Charleston, Misslssippi Music Education MELVIN RODNEY BOOKER Oxford, Mississippi Sociology JUDY BROOKS BOWLAN Victoria, Mississippi Accounting JANE CLARA BROWNING Batesville, Mississippi Business DAVID GLYNN BRAMLITT Bruce, Mississippi Business GORDON EDWIN BRASHER Houlka, Mississippi Education MINA ROSS BRYAN Oxford, Mississippi Elementary Education HILDA ELIZABETH BRASHER Bruce, Mississippi Music LARRY SIM BRASHER Bruce, Mississippi Physical Education PEGGY ANNE BRYAN Allen Park, Michigan Elementary Education REBA NELL BROADWAY Charleston, Mississippi Elementary Education FREEMAN EUGENE BROUGHER Tutwiler, Mississippi Education CLAUDE THOMAS BUCHANAN, JR. Batesville, Mississippi Electronics JACKIE WAYNE BROWN Oxford, Mississippi Ctvll Technology SOPHOMORES 202 -sg. rv L JSPWW, tu saws, q5,..,..v W ,.uPVN"V'Q -v-of WIT Q JOSEPH JOHN BUDA Calhoun City, Mississippi Business EDWIN NELSON BURFORD Senatobia, Mississippi Mathematics FAYE WILLIAMS BURFORD Senatobia, Mississippi Accounting GARY OTIS CAMPBELL Bruce, Mississippi Livestock Technology HUGH MITCHELL CANNON C'alhoun City, Mississippi Business PHILIP WADE CARPENTER Oxford, Mlssissippl Art NORMA JEAN CARRINGTON Memphis, Tennesse Legal Secretary EDNA CLARA CARTER Senatobia, Mississippi Business IRA DAVID CASEY Senatobia, Mississippi Tool and Die JOHN MURRY CHAPMAN Horn Lake, Mississippi Electronics 1968 DAVID WALTER CHILDR ESS Coldwater, Mississippi Electronics Technology JANIS DALE CHILDRESS Water Valley, Mississippi Special Education fr . . M f , 5 f f a 1 , , tgp.: 4 3 1 Qvvkfas-P LARRY EVERETT CHRISTMAN Oxford, Mississippi Education MARION KNIGHT COOPER Marks, Mississippi Physics JOHN MILLER CLARK Olive Branch, Mississippi Agricullure JAMES MICHAEL CLEMENTS Oxford, Mississippi Pre-Law JAMES FRANKLIN COSBY Sulphur, Louisiana Civil Technology STEVE N LEON CLEMENTS Memphis, Tennessee Engineering JOHN P. COKER Bruce, Mississippl Business DAVID G. COST Bruce, Mississippi Pre-Engineering WILLIAM WESSON COKER Charleston, Mississippi Medical Technology ELSIE REBECCA COLEMAN Coldwaler, Mississippi Muslc RITA FAYE COURSON Hickory Flat, Mississippi Pharmacy AMOS CONARD Senatobia, Mississippi Electronics JERRY LEVERT COOK Holly Springs, Mississippi Civil Technology RODN EY GENE COVINGTON Bruce, Mississlppi Business JOHN WALTER COOPER, JR. Marks, Mississippi Engineering SOPHOMGRES wr"-r ff Qi -nik' 421223 mi-ff ,eff -fame ' ,c,2z3wZ:'L W, L' 9 Z y X2 g ,,,.. , V J is twig, ..,.... ' 'API AF. D655 43" .,"'5Ip- -N , W 4 . , .. . BETTIE IRENE COOK Water Valley, Mississippi Business CHARLES K. CRAIN Byhalia, Mississippi Engineering ROBERT E. CRAWFORD Coldwater, Mississippi Accounting JOHNNY LYNN CRUM Ashland, Mississippi Mathematics VICKI JANE CUNNINGHAM Marks, Mississippi Education oRvu.LE ALEXANDER DAVIS Marks, Mississippi Music 205 ROGER TERRY DAVIS Tunica, Mississippi Automotive Technology ROY DAVIS Water Valley, Mississippi Pre-Engineering LARRY B. DEAN Sumner, Mississippi Pre-Engineering DANNY BEST DEVER Horn Lake, Mississippi Electronics SALLY CONNOLLY DICKSON Senatobia, Mississippi Education 1968 P' sl?'1x JOHN DAVID DRANINIE Senatobia, Mississippi Physical Education WANDA CANDACE DRAKE Batesville, Mississippi Education BARBARA ELLEN DUKE Philipp, Mississippi Home Economics RAYMOND ELLIS Olive Branch, Mississippi Automotive Technology ROBERT CALVIN DYE Vardaman, Mississippi Education GEORGE EDWARD EDDINS Coldwater, Mississippi Electronics BOBBY WILSON EDMONDSON Crowder, Mississippi Education JAMES WRIGHT EDRINGTON Senatobia, Mississippi Accounting 206 THOMAS HERMAN EDWARDS Water Valley, Mississippi Pharmacy WANDA KAY WELLS Lambert, Mississippi Secondary Education BONNIE EVELYN EVERETT Batesville, Mississippi Elementary Education .-quam. 'KQV ,ami i ' wwr. ' mira' ' i , 0, if" ' fr 5 'Sim Ji. . i r-1 T?-u....5,..,A 5-Q wmv an-ia., .ie ,+- ,. . -1- . A, , 222.293 M-, 'af-.-ww A Q.: 'Q :il . 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N: 4 , I cs, x i ss-4.3 ,.'-:px -wa, ' :,Q.:fi:--:E':ifiif X 5, s M1 '2" ' 'S-T33 Z -as ' BRUCE MILLER FARLEY Byhalia, Mississippi Agriculture MANCHI CHARLES FLY Oakland, Mississippi Civil Technology THOMAS WOODROW FARRIS Horn Lake, Mississippi Electronics DONNA KAY FAULKENBERY Ashland, Mississippi Business Education CHARLES WALTER FLYNN Horn Lake, Mississippi Automotive HAROLD LLOYD FERGUSON Tunica, Mississippi Education WILLIAM VERNON FERRELL Batesville, Mississippi Agriculture DENNIE WAYNE FONDREN Oxford, Mississippi Education TERRY DON FILE Yocona, Mississippi Civil Technology JAMES HORACE FINNIE Batesville, Mississippi Civil Technology VINCE TOTI Sumner, Mississippi Business JAMES ALAN FITTS Como, Mississippi Automotive WILLIAM RENO FLEMING Batesville, Mississippi Business NANCY CAROL FRANKS Arkabutla, Mississippi Liberal Arts GLENDA BROOKS FLOWERS Kilmichael, Mississippi Pharmacy SOPHOMORES an . 5 gps 56510 Law 1 ,, ,M A f aux few nm DARTHIE JEAN FREEMAN Como, Mississippi Sociology ANDREW JACKSON FRIERSON Oxford, Mississipkpi Mathematics DONNA RUTH FRYE Columbus, Mississippi Business WILLIAM BURFORD FULLER, JR. Memphis, Tennessee Drafting and Design CONSTANCE ANGELICA GALLANT Senatobia, Mississippi History CHARLES B. GARNER Tunica, Mississippi Art IRA FRANKLIN GARRETT, JR. Senatobia, Mississippi Business LARRY WAYNE GARRETT Bruce, Mississippi Music REBEKAH JEAN GILBERT Senatobia, Mississippi Education BILLY GILMER Oxford, Mississippi Education MARY KATHLEEN GIRNER Sardis, Mississippi Business Education JUDY LUCILLE GOFORTH Batesville, Mississippi Elementary Education SILVIN EUGENE GOODSON Batesville, Mississippi Business THOMAS SCOTT GOODWIN Water Valley, Mississippi Engineering MARGIA GORDON D Charleston, Mississippi Elementary Education SOPHOMORES 208 ,f 5 ,f VALLIE sue GRIMES 5 , ' ' Sardis, Mississippi 2 if Business Q, ? f siss 14312 :gf 21215 ,, 519' Igdgzgfym . . 1, ' X J' DAVID L. GUEST Sumner, Mississippi Liberal Arls 3.1333 STEPHEN EDWARDS GU LLEDGE Bruce, Mississippi Agriculture BILLIE BOB GRAY, JR. Senatobia, Mississippi Education YW CAROLYN SUE GRAY Coffeeville, Mississippi Intensive Secrelary JOHN PAUL HAIREA Batesville, Mississippl Pharmacv CYNTHIA ANN GRAY Sardis, Mississippi Business spy... , JAMES ALLEN GRAY Hickory Flaf, Mississippi Educalion 35 ij"-s ig , ., . I BRENDA GLEEN HALES Marks, Mississippi Sociology .rf v. s , 3 ew. WILLIE EDWARD GRAY Balesville, Mississippi Business SW- JIMMY WAYNE GRESHAM Hickory Flat, Mississippi Accounting - 209 'any,,. 56, ww., NANCY LEE HALL Clarksdale, Mississippi Elementary Education SANDRA FAYE HAMMACK Coffeeville, Mississippi Music Education SALLY MELINDA HANDWERKER Pleasant Grove, Mississippi Elementary Education LIDA LOU HARDY Batesville, Mississippi Art WILLIAM ELVIS HARMON Paris, Mississippi Electronics Technology LEXIE HARPER Eupora, Mississippi Business Education PETER L. HARPER Tacawa Springs, Mississippi Liberal Arts JAMES LOUIS HARRIS Batesville, Mississippi Pre-Medicine ROBERT CALVIN HARRISON Calhoun City, Mississippi Liberal Arts ROBERT JOSEPH HARRISON Ashland, Mississippi Automotive Technology THOMAS ELMO HARRISON Calhoun City, Mississippi Business ,M 1968 11,5-3 q ig as -. HiJu:i:'nNiua 1 C HL 9 .45 NNN? S 'Vt 1 , 4..f',f' HHPPrNZ5S"' 0 , ff' ,, " . ly Ks A t 5 ' "U -'vim f , C if . . , .,i' S ' - GOULUWT I ia. K V53 A A Swv tn: F as , If ff ig f is iiscimizuizs ' is 'Ili' A ? W U ' . ifrlgoi , Ei 5, pp ' E75 X r ,L uri' K jgcfixt. f'r"'sf,., . fy .K ' ., ' We ' , -s-'- P ' f , 1 S, ms 210 ..Z':, 4' ,719- in ag' gi? xgX Xwk M x stil N X ,- gi 1e:'1:f'E' HE: i Mass 2515321252: N 5 - S 'f if . ' 'P JOHN LYON HARTLEY Tillatoba, Mississippi Physical Education GEORGIA ANN HARTZELL Batesville, Mississippi Home Economics DAVID FLOYD HAWKINS Calhoun City, Mississippi Business MIKE EDWARD HEARN Hickory Flat, Mississippi Education EDDIE TRAVIS HELMS Calhoun City, Mississippi Livestock Technology JAMES HAROLD HENDERSON Water Valley, Mississippi Physical Education THOMAS DALE HENDRIX Batesville, Mississippi Business Education AIRLENE HIGGENBOTTOM Coldwater, Mississippi Education LURLENE HIGGENBOTTOM Coldwater, Mississippi Political Science HOWARD RICHARD HOLDEN Batesville, Mississippi Physical Education SHIRLEY MORROW HOLDER Senatobia, Mississippi Elementary Education VALLEY J. HOLDER Senatobia, Mississippi Business DAVID HAROLD HOLLOWAY Big Creek, Mississippi Business VIRGINIA ELLEN HOUSE Marks, Mississipoi General Education WAYNE SAUNDERS HOUSE Marks, Mississippi Music SOPHOMORES 2II 4?-Q. -wi.- ,. .pum- 45' Q gv i '-'-,., - , 12 1+ Q,-,L ' CHERYL JUNE HOUSTON Sarah, Mississippi Special Education BOBBY LYNN HOWARD Potts Camp, Mississippi Automotive Technology BOBBY LEE HOWELL Bruce, Mississippi Automotive Technology 9 x wiv we Wx ,La ' CLYDE HOWELL Hickory Flat, Mississippi General Business RALPH WAYNE HUGHES Coffeeville, Mississippi Automotive Technology BARBARA SUE HURT Coldwater, Mississippi Secondary Education OHN WILLIAM JENNINGS Tutwiler, Mississippi lvubu Advertising L. HARVEY JOHNSON , 51' , X My x - 4, QUT Sardis, Mississippi Business LINDA MARILYN JOHNSON Senatobia, Mississippi Business MARILYN JOHNSON Senatobia, Mississippi Business MARY ELLEN JOHNSON Olive Branch, Mississippi Elementary Education CLAY WAYNE JONES Memphis, Tennessee Science PAMELA JON ES Senatobia, Mississippi Elementary Education TERRY LEE JONES Coffeeville, Mississippi Electronics DONALD WAYNE. JORDAN Ashland, Mississippi Civil Technology SOPHOMORES 212 'PE,'7"" Quan' 'N' we 4,5 v 9 v as Y S Y Mr V M? Q JACK WINSTON JOSLIN Batesville, Mississlppl Music JANE KNAPP Senatobia, Mississippi Music Educatlon KENNETH LAMAR KOPF Senatobia, Misslsslppl Civil Technology HENRY EUGENE KOWALSKI Vance, Mississippi Drafting and Design LARRY GLEN LAMBERT Hernando, Misslsslppl Business DAVID PAUL LAVENDER Charleston, Mississippi Liberal Arts SHIRLEY JEAN LAY Webb, Mississlppl Business DONALD RAY LEA Carthage, Arkansas Automotive Technology REBECCA SUE LEGGE Sardis, Mississippi Accounting AARON LEWIS Senatobia, Mississippi English 1968 HARVEY RONALD LEWIS Potts Camp, Mississippi Zoology KENNON DENMAN LEWIS Charleston, Mississippi .V MUSIC ,Q 'I f 0 "no 53,5 4253 Ze JERRY BUFKIN LIGHTSEY Batesville, Mississippi Music fa JERRY LISTENBEE Bruce, Misslsslppl Education YM, LARRY WAYNE LOFTIS Darling, Mississippi X Liberal Arts 'Q ili J 5 V YN 'Q STELLA LOUISE LOGAN Potts Camp, Mississippi Business Education PATRICIA ANNE LONG Batesville, Mississlppl Elementary Education PAMELA ANN LOTT Batesville, Mississippl Elementary Education WILLIE JAMES LOVE Senatobia, Mississippi Tool and Dle CAROL ANN LOWE Senatobia, Mississippi Journalism NILS LEE LUNDGREN Sardis, Mississlppl History PAULA LAINE- LUNDGREN Sardis, Mississippi Elementary Education JAMES FLOYD MCARTHUR, JR. Marks, Mississippi Engineering MARY LOU MCCACHREN Batesville, Mississippi Secondary Education GREGORY McCORMACK Coffeeville, Mississippi Art SAMUEL EDWARD MCCRACKEN Coffeeville, Mississippi Forestry ANN LOUIS MCCRARY Columbus, Mississippi Elementary Education MARGARET LYNN MCCUISTON Booneville, Mississippi Psychology BOBBY LAMAR MCCULLAR Batesville, Mississippi Automotive Techtnology CHARLES KIMBLE MCCORD Bruce, Mississippi Forestry SOPHGMORES 214 is 5 . ,VV , ii fr Qs, gi. BENJAMIN ROBERTS H MCEWEN '- Memphis, Tennessee Science BENFORD McGARRlTY, JR. Charleston, Mississippi os, '57 ' ox w-33, ., is 73 2, 'WD izzizi , -:::tk5:Qi'lhg3Z? Kit- , ns- fy., wx. 5,:,:,:s:.,s,q ., ., f.-s.-1--:re -za. 3- X' 5 , N F '- f ii., 9 'Q we s ss X Q X , x Q, is i ' Z N 4 fi Q' 7 4 X .. .Alva . Q C ,p " fliflfidlzi 9 'Z' . ilk: ' 5, '-V' rv NX , 'V "2"'12'Qi??X9,-X s 2- 0-f" Q ,Qwfgsfqn by N s 2:1 fiizliliifii-fiit rz'-ffwbi s s, K J W , sk .3 ff' es:sii,5:s1s::5:WQ3:. Q sg Education TAYLOR REGINALD MCGLAWN Oxford, Mississippi ..... 'fi Guidance 4' JERRY EUGENE MCGLOWN . A Oxford, Mississippi Education NORMA JANE MCGREGOR Vardaman, Mlssissippl Education BRENDA GAIL MCMULLEN Hickory Flat, Mississippi Physical Education LARRY T. MAGEE Pope, Mississippi Horticulture SAMUEL DWIGHT MANESS Horn Lake, Mississippi E'l.ECTRONICS 1968 LAWRENCE W. MANN Ashland, Mississippi Civil Technology MARILYN AGNES MANSFIELD Tunica, Mississippi Music CLIFFORD NELSON MARTER Grenada, Mississippi Business arm in 4C,..Y' 17 ".f.?'Y M fa x , 'L ' 'ff 2 . L VV Y fi ch r w W: 1 , .L 4,- JUG 'SZ' ssfm-ss, ZHARLES LEE MASSEY Batesville, Mississippi Civil Technology ROBERT LEE MASSEY Bruce, Mississippi Agriculture LARRY DON MATTHEWS Memphis, Tennessee Advertising TOMMY MAY Coldwater, Mississippi Business JAMES F. MAYFIELD Memphis, Tennessee Agriculture Education SANDRA JO MEHAN Pope, Mississippi Elementary Education DONALD TERRY MITCHELL Byhalia, Mississippi Education KENNETH RANDAL MITCHELL Crowder, Mississippi Accounting ROBERT LESTER MOBERLY, JR. Hernando, Mississippi Engineering MARY BELI NDA MOORE Senatobia, Mississippi Elementary Education ROSELYN CLAIRE MOORE Tunica, Mississippi Elementary Education STEPHEN G. MORGAN Bruce, Mississippi English JOH N N. MORRIS Senatobia, Mississippi Data Processing EARL WAYNE MOYER Lambert, Mississippi Automotive Technology BRENDA KAY MURPHREE Bruce, Mississippi General Education SOPHOMORES 216 A gan," -rw' JOSEPH LEE NEAL Germantown, Tennessee Business DEBORAH ELAINE NELSON Batesville, Mississippi Executive Secretary ALBERT ED NELSON Senatobia, Mississippi Pre-law HUGH MICHAEL NELSON Oxford, Mississippi Psychology PERRY TYRONE NEWSOM Charleston, Mississippi Salesmanship JOE MICHAEL NEWTON Senatobia, Mississippi Pre-Medicine 217 JOE MACK NUNLEY Ashland, Mississippi Automotive Technology WARREN O'CONNER Southhaven, Mississippi Physical Education TERRY WOODROW OLIVER Hernando, Mississippi Muslc MELISSA ANN O'NEILL Como, Mississippi Elementary Education CLARK BYRON ORMON Hickory Flat, Mississippi Education 968 MARK MYRON ORMON HICKOVY Flat, Mississippi Education RICHARD N. OWEN Sumner, Mississippi Liberal Arts KENNETH GUINN Q PALMERTREE Batesville, Mississippi Electronics MICHAEL FRANK PARKER Memphis, Tennessee Drafting and Design pf'-fe WX has-bf 'S n LARRY B. PARKS Somerville, Tennessee Pre-Veterinary "'f::',..m"-" JAMES IRBY PATTERSON Calhoun City, Mississippi Drafting and Design ROBERT PAUL PATTERSON Senatobia, Mississippi General Agriculture A CATHERINE ANN M PATRIDGE Batesville, Mississippi Secondary Education SGPHOMORES TERRY WILLIAM PAYNE Memphis, Tennessee Physical Education ED WAYNE PEACOCK Winona, Mississippi Business NOEL WILLIAM PEAQOCK Water Valley, Mississippi Physical Education f Tx ,ex . . ue' MJ .1 , ag ., J., ,Wm . :Pi SM QA!! 5 5 f of fm x 'E 9? N, W fsmgswf J'-pf 4 Q 'Q ' ,S we Q , we 3 if if K 5' M-'Y f Y f 'M A-'kb sl.. X ,iw-.,1.-1,'s.if:gy, Q ' . il 2559: 3v?1'l:5.S:r.1'5'3iE3,'2g Q--Q X g -wif s . Ibis-,swsiwssgervifzi-Asses?is-:Ps fQy5'?3Q' A ,se , - J: M f was i - . ' X 'mfg - ,gi Q, ,,x...w CAROL PEELER Ashland, Mississippi Business Education JAMES C. PERKINS Batesville, Mississippi Education JAMES DUANE PIERCE Water Valley, Mississippi Electronics MARY ELIZABETH POORE Tunica, Mississippi Education BETTY JEAN POWERS Hernando, Mississippi Pre-Nursing DOROTHY ANN POWERS Hernando, Mississippi Pre-Nursing MARLENE MAE POWERS Memphis, Tennessee Medical Technology FRANCIS SAYLE PRITCHARD Charleston, Mississippi Physical Education DWAYNE G. PROCTOR Ashland, Mississippi GEORGE RANDY RAY Oxford, Mississippi Electronics Technology 1968 ALFRED I. REDDEN Southaven, Mississippi Business IVORY REDMOND Oxford, Mississippi Accounting DONALD S. RESPESS Lambert, Mississippi Agriculture EDWIN LLOYD RHODES Senatobia, Mississippi Pre-Medicine WANDA CAROLYN ROARK Grenada, Mississippi Business Education 'vw 5 f, nz.:-,An f ,s "" . 1. , 2 " 'W' ff 2, . 4 13i2',.91-,ZQ2fQs.2,,,-, ,Q 4, xv: 1 '- if .fa-Cf-.. .v'lN"N 51.5 mm., 'Ph at 4 :::,. sX""i 2. 0 B 'Q I wks ' Q .., 9 'SS ' , Q.. ,. ., 0 og, M M 3 W 4 1 M1 ,f ft ,Q x, li Ks Q ,fe ff' fb ' x DIANNA LOUISE ROBERSON Batesville, Mississippi Home Economics WILLIAM WILLIS ROUSE Grenada, Mississippi Electronics BOYD WAYNE ROBERTSON Calhoun City, Mississippi General Agriculture R. NADINE ROBERTSON Horn Lake, Mississippi Business MARY ELIZABETH ROWE Lake Cormorant, Mississippi Secondary Education CHARLIE ROBINSON Oxford, Mississippi Business KENNY LAWSON ROBINSON Batesville, Mississippi Pharmacy FRANCIS JEAN ROWLAND Charleston, Mississippi Elementary Education SANDRA ANNE ROBINSON Senatobia, Mississippi English HENRY FRANK ROBINSON JR. Hernando, Mississippi Electronics ROBERT AVERY ROWLAND, JR. Charleston, Mississippi Agriculture AVA YVETTE ROGERS Oxford, Mississippi Foreign Language FRED CRIBBS ROSS Tutwiler, Mississippi Journalism JAMES RONALD- ROY Marks, Mississippi Mathematics LINDA MECHELLE ROSS Memphis, Tennessee Legal Secretary SOPHOMORES QQ GA 'Vi JIMMY WADE RUSHING Holly Springs, Mississippi Liberal Arts LANA BEVERLY RUTH Bruce, Mississippi Executive Secretary PAULA DALE RUTH Bruce, Mississippi General Business DON C. SANDERSON Vardaman, Mississippi Liberal Arts LOUIS CONGLIN SANFORD Como, Mississippi Electronics Technology MAX RENARD SCHIELE, JR. Lambert, Mississippi Drafting and Design 221 CLYDE RANDOLPH SCOTT Coldwater, Mississippi Data Processing DONALD E SCOTT Hernando, Mississippi Pre-Engineering CARL JACKSON SHAFFER Holly Springs, Mississippi Automotive Technology DANIEL RICHMARD SHANNON Whitehaven, Tennessee General Business BARRY LLOYD SHAW Charleston, Mississippi Music 1968 ii. . 4 ,fha , ss X ,?:4.:,. , w 4 . xv ' Q X Q s Ng xx X X X x Ss x Xl- XXYSXX s 'i X ,,s XV, , , ,yrw f ,Nw ' in-w 1-0- 'fif' em, ww 91. V JULIA ELLEN SHAW Coffeeville, Mississippi Business Education RONALD RAY SHEARER Coldwater, Mississippi Bioloy LARRY EARL SHELTON Nesbit, Mississippi Business JOEY WRENN SHINAULT Byhalia, Mississippi Business SAMUEL RANSON SHOUP Ashland, Mississippi Business BILLY SIMMONS Pope, Mississippi Civil Technology PATSY INEZ SMART Coldwater, Mississippi Business BETTY ANN SNlITl-l Sardis, Mississippi Secondary Education KENNETH RAY SMITH Pope, Mississippi Civil Technology LARRY JOE SMITH Hernando, Mississippi Business LOU ALICE SMITH Oxford, Mississippi Elementary Education RONNIE LYN SMITH Sumner, Mississippi Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration JAMES LAWRENCE SMITHMIER Memphis, Tennessee Business LINDA J. SOUTH Horn Lake, Mississippi Journalism RONNIE L. SOWELL Senatobia, Mississippi Business SOPHOMORES 222 SQL xc Q., ,. .f g-1, lx, . ...M .-is we Q mqsarfr Axe . - iii? fl . Y - . .M wsu., dm Q W , il 1 - 9 Sixth wwf Xa. K if-rv idk? ,-f.'- 'Y' 5 .1-, J . - .fr o-:KE :x i r N -m ix: . 3 HULETT WEST SPRINGER Slate Springs, Mississippi Livestock Technology MIKE ALVIN STRANGE Senatobia, Mississippi Automotive Technology IRMA GRACE STRONG Marks, Mississippi Speech CECIL WAYNE STROUP Crowder, Mississippi Physical Education GEORGE LEWIS TAYLOR Charleston, Mississippi Art LARRY JOE TAYLOR Byhalia, Mississippi Journalism 223 JOHN MURRAY THERRELL Joiner, Arkansas Music DAVID- W. THOMPSON Hickory Flat, Mississippi Education WILLIE JAMES THOMPSON Abbeville, Mississippi Pre-Law CHARLOTTE NELL TIPPIT Pope, Mississippi Elementary Education HAROLD DAVE TREADWAY Olive Branch, Mississippi Business 1968 7 1 QW...-W , ,".,, X v ,wg .v.-.,.,, .5 -ZW ""'f'af' 4' :wc Q , ,gy w Q Awn- 'Wow-W ' is 1 Q4 f I AUDIE REX TURNER Marks, Mississippi Engineering WILLIAM CONNER VALENTINE Lamar, Mississippi Automotive Mechanics KIELY D. WALKER- Horn Lake, Mississippi Engineering PEGGY SUE WALLACE Olive Branch, Mississippi Data Processing ALBERT DALE WALLER Coffeeville, Mississippi General Agriculture LELA FRANCES WALTON Southaven, Mississippi Business Education PATRICIA ANN WARNOCK Batesville, Mississippi Business Education VIARTHA ELLEN WARREN Olive Branch, Mississippi Business Education OLIVIA E. WEATHERLY Senatobia, Mississippi Music MICHAEL KEITH WEBB Bruce, Mississippi Engineering WILLIAM EDGAR WEEKS Tutwiler, Mississippi Physical Education ELLEN JEANETTE WELCH Senatobia, Mississippi Art DEBORAH LEIGH WEST Coldwater, Mississippi Business JUDY ANNE WESTMORELAND Batesville, Mississippi Music GILDA GARNIECE WHITE Sardis, Mississippi Intensive Secretarial SOPHOMORES 224 . -r -dmv 'kts vb 523551521 3 16- .Q 2.41-31' ' . Y I' PI- f' 'SFI-:5.'5. V 5 sg: f ' , ,':',,g:-"- '-3.24-T QV' 1' " L ., .-:i:5f5Zs5.:-1:34. .Messrs-2 fzrflfz- -2:s:fa::s52:aas:5:e:, . , figg-'eww-:, 35.51.-55,55 , gg, 3.-155553-3 -sq5?2wgs4,' fi WILLIAM EVERETTE WHITE Hernando, Mississippi Refrigeration REBECCA EARP WH ITT Gunnison, Mississippi General Business BETTY LOUISE WHITTEN Tillatoba, Mississippi Business LINDA AMELIA WHITTEN Greenwood, Mississippi Business LANNIE E. WILBOURN Scobey, Mississippi Agricultural Education JAMES ARTHUR WILKINS Oxford, Mississippi Data Processing CECIL RHODES WILLIAMS Bruce, Mississippi General Business CHARLES FINLEY WILLIAMS Derma, Mississippi Accounting 1968 QA' ', 4 Q M 4, DAVID' cARl.'roN wn.i.iAivis , Senatobia, Mississippi Business REBECCA WILLIAMS Hernando, Mississippi Art TRACY FRANKLIN WILLIAMS Olive Branch, Mississippi Liberal Arts gflff-fi? 7, .f ,, 90 f,,. ' Www ,N-M. ,nys 15 mf Y 8, --X-...V-1, W""M'v 'IQ r SANDRA KAY WILLIS Calhoun City Mississippi Business GLORIA JEAN WILSON Horn Lake, Mississippi Education WILLIAM WATKINS WILSON, JR. Somerville, Tennessee Animal Husbandry PAUL KEITH WINSTEAD Southaven, Mississippi Accounting RITA JOY WOLFE Senatobia, Mississippi Education TOMMY JOE WOLFE Cascilla, Mississippi Journalism FRAN CLAIR WOOD Batesville, Mississippi English LINDA SUE WRIGHT Lake Cormorant, Mississippi Art JEAN GRIFFIN WYNNE Coldwater Mississippi " ,av if 2 an Elementarv Education 'I CAROLYN ANNETTE YANCEY Coldwater, Mississippi Business ROLLAND LEVANT YANCEY Sardis, Mississippi Music ., sf 'X .: il, ?', if E LINDA CAROL YOUNG Como, Mississippi Education ,X 226 -BY" -or Sophomore Class Officers x I E Awww PRESIDENT .. ...,. .....,..,,,....., , ,,,,,,,, Cecn Williams VICE-PRESIDENT ,,.,,,,,....,,,,.,.. ., ,, Larry Dean S1ewar! SECRETARY-TREASURER .... ,, , Mary Johnson REPRESENTATIVE . ,... ..,... , Frank Garrett, Jr. 2 2 2 5 1 E K ? , 3 ? a 1 x sa SW fr' WN4 'lv' W"-wx, 227 ,f"4,p9 v-W7-qv X' Q? . 21: M-1, -.H X f , 1 'ly 1 1, 3 0? 'll . is if up W. " 'lx 'Giann- Ql ' Q A ,gl " 35: -1-X ' i"?7E:f:4f, EQ,-29,35- 5 s V ' QNXRF5 ' :' '- '- 9:1245 V: 1262 5 Q .-is Nav 9 PY- Nw' X' - .49 5,9 ' ' N6 ,ei Ir" was f gif- ,WQL :-:, -'S' MQ xi? ' ' '51, : 4 s . ' --.- .: :J-1-sm' 4: -, :, Q. V--,lax r , 2, , Z , ,, , -"- iii' -"' A 4-1 ' , .6 0 9 6' x Niffaocv , I . 4 4 :Q ' as " 1 Je 5 s 55 Y' 5352 f X53 "SE-T?" PEGGY JEAN ACREE Olive Branch, Mississippi JOANNE CARTER ADAMS Charleston, Mississippi PAUL ALLEN ADAMS Charleston, Mississippi KAY FRANCES AKIN Ashland, Mississippi J. W. ALEXANDER Senatobia, Mississippi WILLIAM A. ALLGOOD Batesville, Mississippi CARL EDWARD ANDERSON Senatobia, Mississippi FANNIE PEARL ANDREWS Falcon, Mississippi TERRY LEE ANTHONY Water Valley, Mississippi RONALD CHRIS ANTICI Clarksdale, Mississippi GLENDA FAYE APPLEWHITE Batesville, Mississippi JOHN NORMAN ASHE Memphis, Tennessee KEITH EDWARD ATKINSON Oxford, Mississippi CHARLES THOMAS AUSTIN Batesville, Mississippi GLORIA JANE AUTRY Southaven, Mississippi BARBARA JEAN BAILEY Ashland, Mississippi FREDIA M. BAILEY Michigan City, Mississippi MARY ELLEN BAKER Sledge, Mississippi FRESHMEN 228 X x x X ,110 .,,,,.., I ff' ' is s 6 W"--f.w,,..,,i. 'Civ , is 'mw .. ., Q wg, W ,wf Div k m 1. sz i f H H , xv- , ,:.- A +3 .-Q ei:.,,, g f M' 'fm' is W L , ,Vis if fnaefezg 1 'rf 6 -auf QA. x Qi, S L N -z f ' . ': .sw xZ:"2'iff'Ez: 35 3 bs i X i .,,. Q sox 4 , X ,X 1 X X, 'E THERESA DIANNE BANKS Bruce, Mississippi HARRY E. BAREFOOT Charleston, Mississippi NANCY GAYLE BARHAM Coldwater, Mississippi JAMES HOUSTON BARNER, Ill Clarksdale, Mississipp WOODWARD BRAVES BARNES, II Olive Branch, Mississippi NANCY DALE BARNETT Pope, Mississippi ROBERT JERALD BARRY Moscow, Tennessee LINDA GAE BASS Lula, Mississippi BETTY JEAN BAUCUM Senatobia, Mississippi CHARLOTTE ANNE BELIN Helena, Arkansas JAMES EARL BENNETT Coldwater, Mississippi MARIA H. BENITES Quito, Ecuador 1968 229 WILLIAM EUGENE BENSON Batesville, Mississippi CHARLES BENZ Water Valley, Mississippi ROSEMARY LEE BERRYHILL Senatobia, Mississippi GLENN ELDWIN BIEN Coldwater, Mississippi DONICE KAY BILLINGSLEY Como, Mississippi PATRICIA ELLEN BIRDSONG Clarksdale, Mississippi me W' if .,, 'S ,es .:- I-:.ggS? Yy,...x5V E- 'f 'Zig -if Qfy fgfv I 'i:5i2:fg,g'2' 'ff'f'.f 3 4253? 3: 1 4 4 f 4, A ,f 4,5 1- ,I ,:-nh'-2 Iii' ' , A 5 A. ,, 5 2 5' x- 2 5 -'V 3 1 f 1 I Q f ,QL ' , 5 , W M if Q , fi ' '1 S . V .gf Z A may Q . W2 b . W: 3 vw Q 1 .aa:s:,1- K, , '- , wif, " " .- ' . .. nf, fe- ,N 3, 1- ' -Liza? ,' V ' ' 'ffx2.11.r3Q1ji'. Fa: ' '7'ff1:,sa,, . rigs' f 2 g.zz-q:gg.5i6T3EaSgf,,,Agwaywe,ws-' W- 5. . ,S 9 -5 1222: Q 1 KH, 'es-A H - 1 3'?' ' f- ' I-'f:AE:Z: ,' ' 'if W ' " ig E ff' K I A if . .. ,, ' sw -ss , X E ng:-,., I F A .Wt 5, E ,ii . H: Q X Q z W? J' 2. BARBARA GAYLE BLACK Hernando, Mississippi UNICE MARIE BLACKBURN Coldwater, Mississippi ALMA MARIE BLAS5 University, Mississippi ELIZABETH FLOY BLAYLOCK Holly Springs, Mississippi AMARYLLIS KAY BLOODWORTH Grenada, Mississippi HOLLIS RAY BLOODWORTH Scobey, Mississippi EUVA PEARL BLOUNT Senatobia, Mississippi RUTH ANNE BLOUNT Bruce, Mississippi MARTHA ANN BODIFORD Memphis, Tennessee BOBBIE JEAN BOLLINGER Bruce, Mississippi RICHARD DALE BORN Memphis, Tennessee FREDDY M. BOST Thaxton, Mississippi BARRY GLENN BOUCHILLON Hernando, Mississippi GEORGE BRENTON BOWERS Jacksonville, Florida SCOTTY RAY BOX Bruce, Mississippi WILLIAM STEPHEN BOX Bruce, Mississippi JOHN EDWARD BRANDON Coffeeville, Mississippi BETSY CAROLE BRASSELL Grenada, Mississippi FRESHMEN 230 1314, Q fi in XJ, I w..,e-F ff' V "1' ' VA ' ' ' -4V ,g 2 W gi I ',1 1 -'sv it 'Ge' ' fm' awww fp i X 2215.1 f A, 75553552 , ,. YG' S ws Q- W, 2 'fs ' S-is Es X 4 D 'Q Jig. , MX is, B?" 9 ...Sh SN. Z 1, S,- If KENNETH MURRY BRASELL Batesville, Mississippi WILLIAM DONALD BREWER Senatobia, Mississippi CYNTHIA LYNN BRIGGS Nesbif, Mississippi KERRON LANETTE BRISCOE Scobeyi Mississippi KATHRYN LOUISE BRITT Water Valley, Mississippi WILLIAM PAUL BROADWAY Tufwiler, Mississippi NELDA JANE BROOKS Clarksdale, Mississippi BARRY EDWARD BROWN Como, Mississippi JUDY FAYE BROWN Sardis, Mississippi KARA ILENE BROWN Oxford, Mississippi NELL MARIE BROWN Sardis, Mississippi WANDA JEANETTE BROWN Pope, Mississippi 1968 WILLIAM GLEN BROWN Bruce, Mississippi ROBERT PAUL aizucxnen Philipp, Mississippi JOHNNY FRANKLIN BRUMMETT Pittsboro, Mississippi JOSEPH RAYMOND BRYANT Clarksdale, Mississippi 4 1 ' - fWWMg,, 7, , 4- zi I I i 7 s- f , My i-A i "ms 4 new 5 Af 4 ' 1, WN 3- ., "fn, ef ' ' A V. ,,...... FREDDIE WAYNE BUCHANAN Bruce, Mississippi MOLLY DOWN BUCKLES Oxford, Mississippi CARL MICHAEL BUMGARDNER University, Mississippi GARY GRIFFIN BURCHFIELD W Walls, Mississippi SANDRA LAROY BURGESS Hernando, Mississippi WILLIAM HORACE BURGESS Greenville, Mississippi JERRY LAMONT BURKES Batesville, Mississippi BRENDA JOYCE BURNETT Batesville, Mississippi SHARON LYNN BUR-NETT Coldwater, Mississippi JOYCE ELAINE BURNS Winona, Mississippi BARBARA DELL BURROW Byhalia, Mississippi TERESA GERTRUDE BURT Charlestown, Mississippi GLENN BURT Wynne, Arkansas BONNIE WAYNE BUSBY Enid Mississippi CECIL BAILEY BYERS Batesville, Mississippi TOMMIE EDGAR BYARS Bruce, Mislissippi CATHERINE ELIZABETH CAGLE Southaven, Mississippi CEC ILY RUTH CALDWELL Senatobia, Mississippi FRESHMEN 232 'NV 'rv Mb-Q 'ww N, 'S Y 4 if ' it ' 4 Q' Y 6 K , A is fl U f P si xi Q 'ex S V! A -em , A As as as 2 4 MSX ,img A ,, . Q-ifiiffiffi' 53?LI?.fI5i? BOBBY LOUIE CAMP Water Valley, Mississippi MARY ANN CHAPMAN Coffeeville, Mississippi , fi S6 TEDDY EUGENE CAMP X Water Valley, Mississippi 1 FRANCES CAROLYN CANTRELL A , Calhoun CiYY, Mississippi f ff ,. :U M' A LENAS LEE CHILDERS 4 Bruce, Mississippi if SANDRA FAYE CARLISLE la Coldwaler, Mississippi 5 gk JAMES HAROLD CARMON ,, , Q,A, Hernando, Mississippi 5 'W' iw LARRY LONNELL A CHRESTMAN fi ? W ,- Baiesville, Mississippi A swf ls DEBORAH KAY CARPENTER 4 Senatobia, Mississippi ESTHER COLLEEN ' CARPENTER Moscow, Tennessee EDWARD PRESTON CHRIST Sardis, Mississippi LINDA ANN CARPENTER A Eupora, Mississipl " MARVIN TREADWELL CARPENTER, JR. . Michigan City, Mississippi A .AV V 3 ,ak 5 BENNY SMITH CHUNN Batesville, Mississippi il! ' 1 , 4, JAMES L. CARVER ' Batesville, Mississippi . RITA CLAIRE CASEY Senatobia, Mississippi GARY PAUL CLARK 'X' Q Charleston, Mississippi :Q ' ' 'i ' ia: EVELYN KAY CATHCART New Albany, Mississippi 1968 is www- -as-.,,,.f ,-y"S Nav X MK' Nr ,,,.,v-W' Hug, NOROMNAZIER CLARK Houston, Mississippi ROBERT LEE CLARK Houston, Mississippi DORRIE ELIZABETH CLEMENTS Como, Mississippi PAM COBB Olive Branch, Missisippl MARY EARLINE COCKE Senatobia, Mississippi JOHN SHERMAN COKER Wafer Valley Mississippi GARY ALAN COOPER Memphis, Tennessee BILLY WHITE .COOPWOOD Holly Springs, Mississippi HEZIKIAH CORPPETTS Walls, Mississippi MARY LOU COTHERN Red Banks, Mississippi ALBERT SIDNEY COTTEN Oxford, Mississippi DOROTHY LOUISE COTTEN Tutwiler, Mississippi PHYLLIS ANGELA COUSAR Burlison, Tennessee MIKE LEE COVINGTON Bruge, Mlssissippl' MATTIE JEAN COX Olive Branch. Mississippi PAUL ARNOLD 'cox Colllerville, Tennessee FRESHMEN 234 15 di-ii fsafi' W , . . N ,. . fs- .' .- ii ,L si s , ff' if -Z' .zgf fs A sw Q, 'f I' cj 2,, f' I Qf??,ga'fl 'L A . .,i. W .:..,, ,,,. , , 6 4 r A lg WSW, Z 72,0 ,. gf sf A Ya jf, 5 . P' . 4 . ykf' 2 ,- X-S:3:, 17-fir V , ,,: :V -2 . 55 A 'W 2 1, Q 'hw Wu-pf V Q-WW., 3125 fs N, sf th PAUL Ropuev cRAwFoRo Como, Mississippi ROBERT GRAY CRISS Coffeeville, Misslssipl MARJORIE NELL CROCKER Courtland, Mississippi , MICHAEL WAYNE CROCKETT Coldwater, Mlssisslppi SHARON WORLEY CROCKETT Senatobia, Mlsslssippi BARBARA ANN CRUSE Memphis, Tennessee BOBBIE J0 CURCIO Friars Point, Mississippi WOODIE CURTIS Lamar, Misslssippl KATHY IRENE DANIEL Coldwater, Mississippi MICHAEL A. P. DANIEL Senatobia, Mississippi H. CHRISTINE DARBY Hernando, Mississippi JANET LEE DARBY Batesville, Misslssippl JENNIE KAY DARBY Batesville, Mississippi JUDY L. DARBY Batesville, Mississippi RISA CAROL DARBY Coldwater, Mlssisslppi L. CAMILLE DARNELL Coldwater, Mississippi -A 4 CAROL DAVIS Byhalia, Mississippi CHERI GAYLE DAVIS Charleston, Mississippi 1968 235 It ,,,, I ? , 1 , ,Q V 5' -- fi, , 4 Q .. ,V A f 'Y , 3 ,M iw s. we , , .. ,,..,:,,,.,,: f.-. : rf , .. .f,-2 ',2:,4':,,:.a:mg,,-f ,. -,-,,-, 9.44-.A sans: ,Y Qs., -1 v O ow ,av gl' f mi 5 P , 3, Z f M , C I ,. ,,,.'f.,,,., - Vs f,'i5"oW 'P C h G., 98 v it 4 f me Q W ':-- WW, -.V . ' iw-f-4,g35:r:fE . .,. 32 ggggwygg W Q ., A "?3sss2'f , s it Q 4 1 X 55 Q 5964 , wi ,, 1 9 4 1 K' s , f . 0, --.-51:2-' - Q waives? , -. 3,1 - 'Site Q if 'f' -if W -mis as., - Qswfffs- , f 'NP' Q29 f If " ' 4 4' Q if f yw- . Aw.. X "iw S '- 'g'. ,gig i 1 Miva? 'O-A fig' FAYE ELIZABETH DAVIS Nesbitt, Mississippi HIRAM LAWAH DAVIS Philip, Mississippl PAULA JO DAVIS Marks, Mississippi TIMOTHY JUNIOR DAVIS Senatobia, Mississippi YVONNE LOUISE DAVIS Senatobia, Mississippi DAVID DWIGHT DEAN Walls, Mississippi EIZABETH M. .DEAN Senatobia, Misslsslppi LARRY MONROE DEATON Enid, Mississippi BRENDA MARIE DENNIS Holly Springs, Mississippi THOMAS HAMMOND DENTON Batesville, Mississippi THOMAS LANNY DICKERSON Ashland, Mississippi GRADY LAMAR DICKEY Water Valley, Missisippi JIMMY DEWELL DICKEY Belen, Mississippi NOLAN STUART DICKSON Senatobia, Misslsslppi FERRELL TERRY DIXON Ollve Branch, Mississippi MICHAEL WAYNE DODD Memphis, Tennessee JAMES STEPHEN DODSON Holly Springs, Mississippi BENFORD DOLER, JR. Bruce, Mississippi FRESHMEN 236 'sf nas'- ,rw GX fi 'A-we-wr it? I ' I lll- 2 3 ., MW fn, lag . , , sr' :Q , L '7'3k,f, Q , 'X TSifilf?5'i 'S 4 ' X5 sX?VlSS?: .i 2 1 -Q i . 1 ., X i MARY JO DORR Sardis, Mississippi SANDRA KAY DORRIS Coiieeville, Mississippi JAMES LEONARD DRAKE Bruce, Mississippi BOBBY RAY DUKE Charleston, Mississippi JOHN GLEN DUNCAN Southaven, Mississippi GERALD WAYNE DYE Como, Mississippi CATHERINE ANN EASLEY Varctarnan, Mississippi JAMES DAVID EASLEY Calhoun City, Mississippi BETTY JEAN EDWARDS Tillatoba, Mississippi JAMES MELVIN EDWARDS Calhoun City, Mississippi VIRGINIA GREENSLADE ELAM Southaven, Mississippi WILLIAM KENNETH ELLiS Coldwater, Mississippi 237 BONNIE LU ELLZEY Nesbit, Mississippi Av CHARLOTTE VALORA . EMBREY 2' Coldwatur, Mississippi '1fZf'i5., . if 1 f 5' K i 2 Qi, ' .,.. LARRY GENE EMBRY Bruce-, Missisippi ,im-. ROBERT EMMETT ENRIGHT, III Memphis, Tennessee JOY ERWIN Marks, MississiDi NANCY J. ERWIN Charleston, Mississippi 1968 ,Q Y. Af -my-s.0,,,, M J F2 ,R Q 'Y s 5 was 'ei Ii g giff ,K it ' fi. I 'vnu 'Wk-bf 1' 1 967' ,assi-if RW 'f SUZANNE EVANS- Hernando, Mississippi DOROTHY JO FAIR Batesville, Mississippi JOHN DAVIS FAIR Batesville, Mississippi MARGUERITE KEESE FANT Coahoma, Mississippi SANDRA ANN FERETTI Shaw, Mississippi DONNA LYNN FIELDS Oxford, Mississippi MARGARET CLAIRE FISHER Pope, Mississippi DENNIS RAY FITTS Como, Mississippi LARRY DEAN FITTS Bruce, Mississippi PEGGY JEAN FLAKE Marks, Mississippi ALBERT ERNEST FLETCHER, III Sardis, Mississippi LESLIE ALLEN FLOYD Memphis, Tennessee 238 MARGARET ANN BOND' Indianola, Mississippi ELLEN JANICE FORBES Helena, Arkansas DAVID CLAUDE FOSTER Clinton, Mississippi LARRY VAN FRANKLIN Marks, Mississippi SANDRA KAY FRANKS Arkabuila, Mississippi DAVID DERMONT FREEMAN Coldwater, Mississippi wap., 9 ASI K! R , figs I Ex QRQJIQ Q ' '-9 kN Q 5 6 N. i' Vwk' .O- WX wg., ww ss -id" sa 'N 2, 2 NORA REBECCA FREEMAN Como, Mississippi PHILLIP WAYNE GABBERT Bruce, Mississippi PATSY GARRISON Senatobia, Mississippi JOYCE ELIZABETH GARTRELL Horn Lake, Mississippi HAROLD GORDON GATES Memphis, Tennessee OUIDA JEAN GEESLIN Coldwater, Mississippi MARIAM FRANCES GIBSON Eupora, Mississippi PEGGY ANN GIBSON Rulevillev, Mississippi PATRICIA ANN GILLIS Oxford, Mississippi RUSSELL EDWARD GLASS Memphis, Tennessee NANCY KAY GOLDEN Bruce, Mississippi DAVID ARNOLD GOODE Potts Camp, Mississippi 1968 ROGER DALE GOODSON Calhoun Clty, Mississippi BILLY ARNAL GOOLSBY Hickory Flat, Mississippi REGINALD DEVON GORDON Batesville, Mississippi CLAUDIA GRAHAM lndependnece, Mississiplpi QfI'!" 'Q ,6E ,W if 'V+ ' Wiz 1 " me 111' , as , K wi - -242 ::E:j:3 fain aa, ,, ,- Q' "va- flux SHERI REBA GRAVES Ashland, Mississlppl SANDRA KAY GREEN Sardis, Mississippi DAVIS H. GREENE, JR. Memphis, Tennessee DAVID HOLMES HALE Senatobia, Mississippi BARBARA JEANNE HALEY BRENDA F. GREGG Slaff? 5Dfif1gs, Mississippi FRANCES DIANNE GRIFFIN Ashland, Mississippi VICKI BELINDA GRIFFIN Memphis, Tennessee DENNIS ANCIL GRIFFIS Batesville, Mississippi Batesville, Mississippi MIKE HALEY Como, Mississippi BARBARA ANN HAMBLETT SARAH JANE GUEST Lambert, Mississippi JAMES EDWIN GURNER Charleston, Mississippi LYNDA ANN' GURNER Charleston, Mississippi Water Valley, Mississippi JERRY L. HANEY Belen, Mississippi 'Wm'- -'Qu LINDA DELLE GUSTAFSON Hernando Mississippi JAMES BRIDGES HAIRE Memphis, Tennessee MICHELE HARCROW Grenada, Mississippi FRESHMEN 240 R 4 .:f:- -s:-. as-st-"Ov x ix, img A . ,."59" if 4. 5 --v, is i ' www .,.,,. - ws-. . ,',. , .,,gt,. in I Ai, ,V sh: I 3 3. .. , ,I . , WILLIAM NORRIS HARDING Wafer Valley, Mississippi JAMES LYNN HARDY Calhoun Ciiy, Mississippi DAVID RONALD HARGETT Charleston, Mississippi J ULIA HARMON Vardaman, Mississippi WILLIAM FRANK HARMON Batesville, Mississippi TOMMY HOWARD- HARPER Whitehaven, Tennessee LINDA FAYE HARRELL Sidon, Mississippi CURLEN JOHN HARRINGTON Lamberi, Mississippi ZADA ANN HARRIS Hernando, Mississippi JERRY WAYNE HARRISON Memphis, Tennessee DANNY RAY HARTLEY Waterford, Mississippi LINDA KAY HARTZELI. Batesville, Mississippi RICKEY LEE HARTWELL Bruce, Mississippi PEARLENE HATLEY Crenshaw, Mississippi THOMAS MADISON HAYS Memphis, Tennessee MARTHA SUE HENDRIX Baiesville, Mississippi WILIAM OLEN HICKEY Charleston, Mississippi OTIS HICKS Senatobia, Mississipi 1968 241 ,dll ,, "fix ,cv 'W' V, s,.:g,,5, img-gy' M , 1 'WW ev , WI '- " - s 7 . is 9? WV. svfiiq Game-Y ,sm ., Q Q ffgifsfef. Aww sg, 1.5 I t 1 X -1 Wav. BENNY C. HILL Bruce, Misslsslppl SANDRA KAY H ILLHOUSE Oxford, Mississippl CONNIE ANN HITT Batesville, Mississippi ELIZABETH JANE HODGES Marks, Mlsslsslppl JOHN STANLEY HOLCOMBE Senatobia, Mlssisslppl PHYLLIS IRENE HOLLAND Drew, Mississippi THOMAS EDWARD HOLLAND Oakland, Mississippi CAROL DIANE HOLLIMAN Crenshaw, Mlsslsslppl LINDA MAE HOLLIS Vardaman, Mississippi WILLIAM KENNETH HOLLIS Vardaman, Mississippi TERRY E. HONEYCUTT Calhoun City, Mlsslsslppl JEAN HOPSON Holly Springs, Mississippi RANDAL CLAYTON NORTON Senatobia, Mlsslsslppl SALLY ANN HOUSE Senatobia, Mississippi RONNIE LEE HOUSTON Charleston, Mississippi CHARLES CARTER HUBBARD Calhoun Clfy, Mlsslsslppl 242 Q... 'QM ,wx If' Na+! ,pw . -2 , ivjuz WW M , if A N 'WD 3 3 by Az RJ 5 R. X W- ,...s ,.,, ., , ., ' 55:31. ,js 2,3 as 44 1 J 9 WW I xv 'Ps X 4' fir XA. A ls 9? gg? 'Z 'ss A' Q ,Af we ,,.., 3 an I ns s Q54 vos J' Q W wx 0, 4 ' W ,b x, M , M 4 qs sr 'fx snr, a A gf , ,m.s,,s-M-Q . Q., sbw2s5s:::wes' 2- . ,- 54 13, 25 iff' is Wa, .. J 1. 'M 5? 0 Q A VV 0400 A ,if aJ??Z?if rf' N . fr 1 107' FRANCES JEWELL HUDSON Jonestown, Mlsslsslppi CHARLES LANCE HUGHES Clarksdale, Mlsslsslppl GARY DWAYNE HUGHES HEl'nal'1dO, MISSISSIPPI OLLIE MAE HUMPHREY Senatobia, Mlsslsslppl JANET FAYE HUNT Ollve BFBDU1, Mississippi MARILYN ANN HUNTER Oxford, Mississippi EDWIN PAUL HURDLE Slayden, Misslsslppl DORIS JANET HUTCHISON Holly Springs, Mlssissippl DOROTHY JEAN HUTCHISON Holly Springs, Misslsslppl JAMES 0. JACKSON Como, Mississippi NOBLE EARL JACKSON Coldwater, Mlsslsslppl ROSIE MARIE JACKSON Senatobia, Mlsslsslppl 243 SHERLYN JENNINGS Clarksdale, Mlsslsslppl Vardaman Misslsslppl :Ames Folznssr Jonnson 1 ,. , A JERRY LEONARD JOHNSON Oxford, Mlsslsslppl LAURA REBECCA JOHNSON Hernando, Mlssisslppl MARY ANN JOHNSON Bruce, Mississippi LURA DEAN JOLLY Coldwater, Mlsslsslppl -Q' i-5: IM, X' W, sz. .L sg , ,s-9 we Q 954 Q y s ,'2 sg gag i f K GTI' 1.1-' , 3 ,rn 4, in , 5 M. . , , 'si ee Q 5.1 W" gr fs, ss , ., fa l-,Q ix., . , Q, ,, . . BRENDA KAYE JONES Calhoun Clty, Mlsslsslppl KATHY DIANE JONES Marks, Mlsslsslppl VICTOR HUGHEY JONES, JR. Byhalla, Mlsslsslppl FRANCES JEANETTE JORDAN Ashland, Mississippi NELLIE LEE KEEL Holly Springs, Mlsslsslppl WILLIAM LAIRD KELLY Marks, Mlsslsslppl ERNESTINE KENDALL McCarIey, Misslsslppl WILLIAM CLARENCE KENT Memphis, Tennessee JERRY LAVON KING Horn Lake, Misslsslppl KATHRYN ELIIABETH KITE Coffeevllle, Mlsslsslppl JOHN BRADLEY KLINE Aberdeen, Mississippi NANCY HELEN kocn Marks, Misslsslppl 244 CATHERINE JOYCE KOPE Senatobia, Mlsslsslppl BARBARA. SUE KRISKE Memphis, Tennessee JAMES WILLIAM LANCE,-I R. Senatobia, Mlsslsslppl WILLIAM V. LEE Hernando, Mississippi WILLIAM DOYLE' LEWIS Oxford, Mlsslsslppl WILLIAM NEWTON LILES, JR. Hickory Flat, Misslsslppl ,af -nomo qv-..,, 6-FY 4. A-MN' 'Q'1.,j'r Ui '62, ,Q 'vb' 'Y I fi STEVE MICHAEL LINDLEY Charleslon, Mlsslsslppl LIN HIGHBAUGH LIPSCOMB Como, Mlsslsslppi JOHN ELLIS LOCKE Oxford. Mlsslsslppl PATRICIA ANN LODEN Grenada, Mlsslsslppl DOROTHY JOY LOFTIN Olive Branch, Mississippi TERRI YVONNE LOGAN Southaven, Mlsslssippl WANDA JOY LOGAN Bruce, Mlsslsslppl SANDRA ANN LOLLAR Senatobia, Mlsslsslppi JUDITH CAROL LONG Marks, Mlsslsslppl JIMMY P. LUCCHESI Memphis, Tennessee EMMA LUM Tunica, Mlsslsslppi DANNY M. LYONS ,Hernando, Mlsslulppi 245 J. D. MCADQRY, JR. Lambert, Mlssisslppl L"'1I' 'I f'.-- 2 W., :,.,, Wwfwf. I K W 7 ' 4 A 4' Q 4 ,fi ' Wg Z ZZ , if Q C A f ,ff .,!,,. ' 90 ' , 017' 0,5 1 ffffifff' ,f'f,"f ,5 If f I I f, '2 ,,f, 1,14 K ' ff' f ff K '11 ' 05, 1 46 ss' 1 ,- v vs JAMES RICHARD x 1, MCARTHUR Marks, Mlsslsslppi A :Q ' :':" Z'z:f1:,.',- . LARRY EDWARD MCCLAIN West Point, Mlsslssippl CHARLES B. MCCLATCHY Holly Sprlngs, Mississippi 1: , , 1 . iff., , 39 3? GQ fx . ,ss-.,-.-. .-,'. - ,-.Q .,-.- . ' '2:9i',: s- . Qfi5:2'f'523?'4I.f psi:-:,:6'-.,4:,,:f,:':,:- HOWARD CECIL MCCLELLAND g ff af sw Q, v- Southaven, Mlsslsslppi 2 x JO ANN McCLURE Shaw, Mlslsslppl V :S S ' M X 1... 2 .X 5, .. V I ww -ww Q me ww K -I Giza ., -. , . s , 1, , .f9,i'w,, fi ff e S 45? Y b Q 1:1:asss:fa:az:Q- vw 1 .:,:.,.,.,. . Q X T , he +2 f.-'Q V , , -S 4 Qs fixf , L mm 'vw- iv' - , :.,., . . I ,, 5.1:-,V-:-1:15, 5. M. VICTORIA MCCORMICK Hernando, Mississippi ROBERT EARL MCCULLAR Memphis, Tennessee HUGH DAVID MCCULLEY Hernando, Mississippi PATRICIA REGINA MCCUTCH EON Memphis, Tennessee GLORIA JEAN MCDANIEL Hollendale, Mississippi MICHAEL ERNEST MCELROY Senatobia, Mississippi LEE MCGARRH Clarksdale, Mississippi WILLIAM GLEN MCGEE Memphis, Tennessee DOROTHY ANN MCGREGOR Water Valley, Mississippi ROBERT STANLEY MCHAWN Jackson, Mississippi GEORGE EDWARD McINTOSH Olive Branch, Mississippi HIRAM WELBORN MCKIBBEN Bruce, Mississippi 246 WILMA KAY MCKIBBEN Bruce, Mississippi JOHNNY DAVID MCKNIGHT Collierville, Tennessee R IC KY HOLCOMBE MCMAHAN Batesville. Mississipp JOAN MARIE MCMINN WaIer Valley, Missisippi RICHARD LINDELL MCMINN, JR. Southaven, Mississippi MARY SIDNEY MCMURTY Oakland, Missisippi ' -M" A ,ev 19' , ' ' ,.vv 13 - sw, 9 1 .: ci' N . f 'QT' 1" i, ?'.Kl SQ...- Nrwwf' ws... 4AF1"0-l'Q0- 'Y Q if W ' GLENDA ANN MCNEAL Hickory Flal, Mississippi BRENDA JO McNULTY Holly Springs, Mississippi PEGGY JEAN MCNULTY Coffeeville, Mississippi JOHN WAYNE McPHAIL Slate Springs, Mississippi DANNY CARROLL MAGEE Batesville, Mississippi MARY ELLEN MANGRUM Sardis, Mississippi DONNA J. MANN Ashland, Mississippi JAMES RICHARD MARSHALL Memphis, Tennessee ANDREW MICHAEL MARTIN Batesville, Mississippi CHARLSIE RAMONA MARTIN Batesville, Mississippi HENRY O. MARTIN Charleston, Mississippi KAREN ELAINE MARTINDALE Pope, Mississippi 1968 RONALD BRYANT MARTINDALE Jackson, Tennessee RODNEY KEITH MASON Eads, Tennessee WANELL MATHIS Oxford, Mississippi DONNA GWENDOLYN MATTHEWS Crenshaw, Mississippi SHERRY MATTHEWS Sledge, Mississippi . ,, ,., f . 1 ff, .--',9'i Q us...,,.. 'iv 1 ,, ,A f ' 0 iii::-ii'::jf:gs, - iw., 5 , .Nm . PM B4 V4-NNN' 9 I Vw ,5 9- -,, Zgiggl gf. K i - ,r uf gg-. X if' r Y Q his wi' f :- ,,m-we. VY' mlb 'frets' fl' 5. Q nm., 2-g Q ' ' ,' f I JERRY LOWELL MATTOX Sardis, Mississippi BARBARA ANNETTE MAYFIELD Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM E. MEEK Charleston, Mississippi CHARLENE MEERS Senatobia, Mississippi KAY FORD METTETAL Batesville, Mississippi FLOYD LAWANDA MEURRIER Batesville, Mississippi VIRGIE LOU MILAM Charleston, Mississippi BRENDA KAY MILES Batesville, Mississippi BETTY SUE MILLER Banner, Mississippi ELLIS RANDALL MILLER Coldwater, Mississippi ELIZABETH KAY MILLER Nesbil, Mississippi LINDA KAY MILLER Marks, Mississippi JAMES DAVIE MILLS Batesville, Mississippi PAUL SISLER MILLS Courtland, Mississippi SAMUEL RAY MILLS Courtland, Mississippi KIRBY JOY MITCHELL Philipp, Mississippi MARY FRANCES MITCHELL Southaven, Mississippi SHEILA RUTH MITCHELL Red Banks, Mississippi FRESHMEN 248 1 X 'N . .we QQ, X i 5 it X R Q '19 'T R I any-LM., V 1533076 'QUIK-"W aj' SHERON RUTH MITCHELL Holly Springs, Mississippi VIVIAN LEA MITCHELL Pleasant Grove, Mississippi HENRY GRANT MOLER Poplarville, Mississippi CLINTON RICHARD MOONEY Water Valley, Mississippi DAVID GLENN MOORE Lambert, Mississippi RITA KAY MOORE Holly Springs, Mississippi WALLACE MOORE, JR. Sardis, Mississippi BRENDA LEE MORRIS Water Valley, Mississippi JOHN WAKEFIELD MORRIS Darling, Mississippi LEONARD MORRIS Batesville, Mississippi RONALD EDWARD MORRIS Memphis, Tennessee DWIGHT ANTHONY MOSBY Oxford, Mississippi ARTHUR DAVID Moss, JR. Canton, Mississippi PAUL GUYTON MURLEY Ashland, Mississippi TRAVIS EARL MURPHEE Pittsboro, Mississippi HILLIARD JESSE MURPHY, III Manford, Tennessee BRIAN RUSSELL NANCE Olive Branch, Mississippi DOROTHY ANNE NARDOZZI Batesville, Mississippi 1968 249 aw ,594-sf? R, 6 'N--we qs-W.-.,, -in V Q. Q, "-V i ' "" ' fxnsm.. ,Q - ,W .-L., , . rw . ff ' ilkx ' A Www 1 ' fs, . .QE F I-'F M f ,, I s, ,wg ..,.f. , f I V ' 1 z, I . i 1,4 ffifxffffi "" lj .. MM IRA FRANKLIN NEELY ,A Coldwater, Mississippi -M, M ,.-,,g :.,V:,La ww, ' -Ag?-:rw of, if SARAH LEE NEWMAN Potts Camp, MississiPP' PAUL W. NORRIS Senatobia, Mississippi BENNY HAROLD NORWOOD Hernando, Mississippi JAMES KELLY NORWOOD Bruce, Mississippi LINDA FAYE OGLESBY Senatobia, Mississippi SHERRY ELLEN OLIPHANT Batesville, Mississippi CHERI DIANA ORMON Ashland, Mississippi SANDRA NARENE ORMON Hickory Flat, Mississippi BARBARA GAIL ORRELL Charleston, Mississippi BEVERLY RUTH OVERBY Bruce, Mississippi BILLY DERRAL PALMERTREE Batesville, Mississippi JIMMY DALE PARKER Bruce, Mississippi JOHN WOMACK PARKER Coffee-ville, Mississippi BARBARA JEAN NORWOOD Como, Mississippi PEGGY ANN PARKER Houlka, Mississippi FRESHMEN 250 A,-V+ QQ , uf ' 2, "uu,,,, idiot' 1 I 'guru--pf -fx" '0,,,.- 965' .aw-4, 'WWW lj z6""'l's ww VICTORJA ANNE PARKER Coffedville, Mississippi WILLIAM PAUL PARKER Collierville, Tennessee JOHN R. PARSON Water Valley, Mississippi LINDA CAROL PATTERSON Pittsboro, Mississippi MARGARET LEIGH PEARSON Olive Branch, Mississippi GARY RILEY PEELER Hernando, Mississippi PAMELA DALE PEGRAM Senatobia, Mississippi JERRY GALE PERKINS Batesville, Mississippi STANLEY ROY PERNELL Charleston, Mississippi GUS GORDON PETERSON Senatobia, Mississippi MARY CHARLOTTE PIERCE Coahoma, Mississippi JAMES FRANKLIN PINKERTON Water Valley, Mississippi 251 LARRY JOE PIPKIN Southaven, Mississippi BRENDA JOYCE PITCOCK Pope, Mississippi CAROLYN RAE PORTER Senatobia, Mississippi MARY KATHERINE POTTS Water Valley, Mississippi PATRICIA LYNN POUNDERS Memphis, Teiinesszlia MORRIS LAVELL POWELL Coldwater, i'fiissie,,ippi 1968 Q"sf-v 'TL- flaw' 54. ' , , - -tx ,gi X in i I ,Y 612. fs ., is , 1 is Aix 2 , qi, 0 D Q 2, A 1,3 , 9 '9 9 4 'Z . 'W ax...-,-94511. .A . .'.,, ,, if sm.,:-,: 315,496 ' wg gi M ,gc , ml 4' 0 W f' 'Wes ' 'L y Zi, 5 4 3 74 -:Z, f8y --N-aww qs... .. ' RUTH CHRISTINE POWELL Independence, Mississippi WILLIAM ALLEN POWELL Hernando, Mississippi EDWARD EARL PRINCE Hernando, Mississippi DONALD CARY PRITCHARD New Albany, Mississippi JANET ELOISE PROVINCE Balen, Mississippi JOHN THOMAS PRYOR Wafer Valley, Mississippi JUDY KAY RAMSEY Sardis, Mississippi PAUL REX RAY Oxford, Mississippi BILLIE JEAN READ Tunica, Mississippi BILLIE FAYE REAGH Byhalia, Mississippi JUDY CAROL RED- Coldwaier, Mississii-'JP' NANCY DIANNE REDYVINE Waier Valley, IVUSSISSIPPI JUDY CAROLYN REED Marks. Mississippi BOBBY WAYNE REECE Bruce, Mississippi JOSEPH ROCCO REGAN Yazoo City, Mississippi ANN MARIE REITZ Ciarksdale, Mississippi DONNA REESEA Sardis, Mississippi SHEILA PATRICIA RIALES Sardis, Mississippi FRESHMEN 252 -iv Ms., - -i if ' xx - wi 'U 4 41 I f , L 'f ii i' A if Q i l gm fs is 5V E233 s T xax 14: 1394 5 3 ps f Mp: .W .. , ,. -as--fl Q WILLIAM R. RIKARD Oxford, Mississippi JAMES ROBERT RIMMER Calhoun Cily, Misawsippi PATSY ELAINE ROACH Ashland, Nlissisaippi JERRY WAYNE ROBERSON Charleston, Mibfiisbippi LARRY EDWARD ROBERSON Ashland, fviiggi-:fippi MONA JEAN ROBERTS SARA MARIE ROSE Surimcr, N.lI'55lS-LIIJDI SANDRA ANN ROUNSAVILLE Clmrli,-glow, fxfii53i'w.ippi BENNY FRANK ROWLAND All-filJLill.,i, fJii5-igippi I Q," Sei1aTObiQx, !ifl:.'-izifiiiipi RUFUS EDWARD ROBERTSON HON? Lake, flfilbylzrippl - Wm CHARLES DAVID ROWLAND 2' cii,gii'i.,,iigii, if,iff,i-. iiuw " , we .,, vw f f YT SHIRLEY ANN ROBERTSON Y Clarl-Sdale, Nii:,:iw,i5,ip,ii FLOYD L. ROBINSON, Ill Olive Branch, iv'iiae,ie':ipp. BETTY JEAN ROGERS Holly Springg, f,l'il5ilf':illlIJI DONALD LYNN ROGERS Ashlaiid, flfligzienppi SHARON KAY RONE Senatobia, Missimippi 253 REBECCA JANE ROWLAND l-licl-Ury Flfii, fxfiiglimifypi BIRDIE CAROLYN RUSSELL Sfsrdi , i'v'iis,'i 'lllllil 1968 in f MMV , , , ,, f 2 , fx -6,5 , , , 4 , v4 ,- Q 4 -f V Qty, ,H A ,N f -:sag ss -Q 4 his-v Orr' I9 f' 5 9 CONNIE LOUISE RUSSELL Hernando, Mississippi JAMES DOUGLAS RUSSELL Crenshaw, Mississippi MARY EDEA RUSSELL Memphis, Tennessee JAMES ROBERT RUTHERFORD Water Valley, Mississippi ALAN THOMAS RYAN Collierville, Tennessee DEBORAH ANN SALLEY Coffeeville, Mississippi BARBARA ANN SAMPLES Ashland, Mississippi SANDRA FAYE SANFORD Sardis, Mississippi JAMES CARL SAVAGE Coldwater, Mississippi MALVIN DWIGHT SCARBOROUGH Olive Branch, Mississippi DORRICE DALE SCOTT Hernando, Mississippi KENNETH POWELL SCOTT, JR. Oakland, Mississippi PATRICIA FAYE SHEPARD CECIL BLANTON SHINAULT EVERETT BRYANT SHOUP JANICE FAYE SCRUGGS Coldwater, Mississippi We--'v JUDY CALETT SEYMORE Tutwiler, Mississippi in Batesville, Mississippi Byhalia, Mississippi is ls 1 mists,--I-X.ef.f JOHN WALTER sHiNsTocK . N Senatobia, Mississippi 'E h this ' Q, .. . ' ' si ,T :L Ashland, Mississippi FRESHMEN 254 -f 1:4-QI, I f . I9 '- '-feel -"' 3 5 :if -ii Mi :LIC-ZSfIIIfI.I. . ' , .4 :5:i:'.::.e.sx5::g-5 '- 2 Q 335, s -rg-. 2 Q- -- .5335 A 1.-,sz-:,,,:,:,:,:,.,.4 .- 02ei?fsEY2:iii,f:2.1:a1s'a,' A , ,- - 1 n j. , ,-,s ki A W V .Q V , 3. MQW,-2-so 7, .59 S' 535,53 4, , W-he L .xii-21 ' 'Si " EEZ' "'.,,.l8f'o. . -FZ" - "fr :- , .1 . ,., ..,.,..,,,..., , PEGGY ONEIL SIMMONS Water Valley, Mississippi THOMAS WAYNE SIMMONS Batesville, Mississippi WAYNE AARON SIMMONS Tillaloba, Mississippi SANDRA DIANNE SIMPSON Ashland, Mississippi STEVE PERRY SIMPSON Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM JOSEPH SIMPSON Soufhaven, Mississippi JERRY DAN SIMS Houlka, Mississippi BILLY RAY SMITH Sardls, Mississippi BONNIE LYNN SMITH Senatobia, Mississippi CAROL ANN SMITH Charleston, Mississippi CYNTHIA RAE SMITH Crenshaw, Mississippi GENEVA BELL SMITH Tunica, Mississippi I968 JOHN WILLIAM SMITH Webb, Mississippi LEWIS WAYNE SMITH Sumner, Mississippi LINDA GALE SMITH West Point, Mississippi MARTHA FRANCES SMITH Holly Springs, Mississippi 4 5? is 4: .. 5 Q X , '? ummm, .1.L ,i ,.,A 4. v as. Xi , .K 1 'Z ,s E 5 90 'bv-'HQ KX X Q . ' 'Ke J , X Q sms' X is N ,BJP ' . it W ,. -I ,.., PHILLIP PAUL SMITH Oxford, Mississippi SANDRA S N ELL Coffeeville, Mississippi ROLAND R. SORELLE, JR. Clarksdale, Mississippi SHERRYL LORRAINE SPEIR Cascilla, Mississippi PATRICIA GALE SPROUSE Water Valley, Mississippi ANTHONY DOYLE STACKS Independence, Mississippi GARY DAVID STACKS Independence, Mississippi PATRICIA ANN STALLINGS Collierville, Tennessee GARY LEE STATEN Charleston, Mississippi JAMES RILEY STEVENS Sarah, Mississippi SUSAN BELL STEVENS Coffeeville, Mississippi GARY DEAN STONE Oxford, Mississippi ANDERSON BARKLEY STREET Memphis, Tennessee BRENDA RUTH STROUPE Ripley, Mississippi HAL SIMPSON STROUPE Ripley, Mississippi JANICE MARIE STYERS Sen6iObiB, Mississippi SUE CAROLYN STYERS Senatobia, Mississippi DENNIS ARNOLD SUTHERLAND Wafer Valley, Mississippi FRESHMEN KE' LARRY WAYNE SUTHERLAND Memphis, Tennessee JUDY ANNETTE SWINDOLL Sledge, Mississippi JOHN WILLIAM TAMKE Senatobia, Mississippi CLAUDIA AGNESS TAYLOR Lambert, Mississippi DAVID LUSK TAYLOR Senatobia, Mississippi EDWARD ANDREW TAYLOR Memphis, Tennessee GLENDORA TAYLOR Como, Mississippi HUGH GARY TAYLOR Booloces, Louisiana MARIAN ELIZABETH TAYLOR Senatobia, Mississippi JOAN LYNN TEASLER Senatobia, Mississippi KATHY SUE TEEL Holly Springs,'Mississippi JEWEL FAYE TERRY Lambert, Mississippi EDWARD VICTOR THEOBALD Oxford, Mississippi PATRECIA THERRELL Vardaman, Mississippi LINDA KAY THOMAS New Albany, Mississippi REBECCA JEAN THOMAS Horn Lake, Mississippi MOLLIE EUDOXIE THORNTON Tunica, Mississippi LINDA CAROL TIDWELL Batesville, Mississippi 1968 GLORIA JEAN TUTOR Olive Branch, Mississippi Memphis Tennessee TRAVIS DEWAYNE VALENTINE Moscow, Tennessee Q JOHN BENEDICT VACCARO CHARLES RAY VANLANDINGHAM Vardeman, Mississippi JACQUELINE ELAINE VANWINKLE Water Valley, Mississippi MARION GEORGE TIERCE Philipp, Mississippi GLYNDA JANELL VARNER Oxford, Mississippi OLIVER LEE VICERY, JR. Southaven, Mississippi RODNEY DOUGLAS TRIPLETT Senatobia, Mississippi JUDY ANN WADDELL Lambert, Mississippi CATHY ANITA WALKER Oxford, Mississippi JOHN THOMAS TURNER, JR. Bruce, Mississippi GARY WAYNE WALKER Independence, Mississippi RICHARD THURMAN WALKER Senatobia, Miszissippi HUBERT LANE TUTOR, JR. Crowder, Mississippi ALGIE BRENT WALLACE Marks, Mississippi FRESHMEN . . ,W :lg figiff ... .v.. . . ,.,.f,-M : ,, I , fee P A , 2 P gi 49 Q b 1 .wif I ,Q A x wiv-ss :egg ggi f gp s X , a Q W? A .fx , may Q, 256. FH 5 0 9 ok' JOSEPH CLAYTON WALLACE Independence, Mississippi OTIS JAMES WALLACE Coldwater, Mississippi THOMAS LARRY WALLS Lambert, Mississippi JUDY KAY WALTERS Crenshaw, Mississippi MARYBETH WALTON Grenada, Mississippi THOMAS DALE WALTON Southaven, Mississippi M. JOHNETTE WARNER Big Creek, Mississippi LINDA GAIL WATTS Etta, Mississippi JAMES WALTON WEBB Calhoun City, Mississippi ELIZABETH FAYE WELCH Grenada, Mississippi PATRICIA DIANE WE-ST Coldwater, Mississippi JAMES ANDREW WHITE Batesville, Mississippi JOHN EDWARD, WHITE Senatobia, Mississippi MELVIN DOUGLAS WHITE Independence, Mississippi JOY LIECE WHITESIDE Hickory Flat, Mississippi RAYMOND EDWARD wi-IITTEN Tillatoba, Mississippi JAMES D. WILBORN Senatobia, Mississippi DUDLEY COOPER WILLIAMS Water Valley, Mississippi 1968 259 Wham ,W 3 4' .4 is ,T ,I f5:s3.i:.:,:,:-s...,, ,,,.. ,, .... , .V W , .. Way , 9 fl-.s a i vw 'f"3fz' Ji 4 I zffgt! KATHY ANN WILLIAMS Holly Springs, Mississippi LAURA JANE WILLIAMS Grenada, Mississippi RUSSELL CHRISTY WILLIAMS Potts Camp, Mississippi WANDA FAYE WILSON Lake Cormorant, Mississippi ANITA LOUISE WIMBERLY Lambert, Mississippi JIM REAGAN WINDHAM Oxford, Mississippi WANDA LANE WITHER5 Independence, Mississippi PHIL KEITH WOLFE Water Valley, Mississippi GLENDORA WOODARD Tunica, Mississippi HOMER FRANK WOODRUFF Courtland, Mississippi LINDA JANE WOOLFOLK Coldwater, Mississippi THEODORE WOOTEN Senatobia, Mississippi 260 SHARON KAY WORSHAM Cascilla, Mississippi DONNALD WAYNE WRIGHT Southaven, Mississippi FRANKLIN GLEN WRIGHT Sledge, Mississippi MARSHA GAIL YOUNG Byhalia, Mississippi ALLEN E. ZETTERGREN, JR. Memphis, Tennessee fn., in i I 'i'f::-.f - H N 4 fi J fy nw k Q 4 y, ...ff N for 6 it -my-. 'Won-he Freshmen Class Officers PRESIDENT E ,...,, ,, .,..,.. . ..,,,,... - .........,,,. Jerry Maltox VICE-PRESIDENT .,.,,... ..........,........... ,........,,, , A - . Bruce Mitchell VICE-PRESIDENT ..,,. ,,..... . .. , ...,.e,,.....,..,...,...... ......,,..,.,. . , Donald Wood SECRETARY-TREASURER .. W ..,...,.. -- ..... E ,.,...... ,,.. . Betsy Brasell REPRESENTATIVE ...,....... ,, ' Dnanne Banks ns."""'--...M ,,,n A X. N 'r:'f"J 261 4.-f"'wf but remember c K ,- -r-cg., f "Q ' t lr s I ,.. vi- My f ,I F in ., ojn. .f ' e e- r H 1 M 1,V'-. 4--- 1 ' "" L .M , ,, , -W, V 'Z -,.-, if Av'.-. V. .. fi ,--We-' H , 1. .. "" ' ' M 13' 'fx 2 "1-. AA1.::A f -+V-"wi: ez ff F ti? f f ,:', ' "-, "" P ,,,: .. """., ' z '::'-' 'sr ""' 'W' " 5 4 ,f --',,.. . 1-1-me-cw: .'2 ' .., W, ,., -.1-4 1 4 Ee r "',fiE'25' - 5 fi 4, Y, E 53' ., rt?" ' Q 'r I Sag f ,eAA 9:4 :,: Q ,. ' is I L' WWW .,.- '::"' .-.-,,,. ' sf-EK,-ff 'F-5734! lf! 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