Stone High School - Echo Yearbook (Wiggins, MS)

 - Class of 1976

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Ivtl ':"r1 vu-6' H4 .' , so Cu x Mxug 'Wu mi w wwe 2 X ,mfifffiguwl WK 5 I ww ei gk " K if , 5- qw 1' fe. 5 -W Q " JR' W . . . A. ,A-11'-f'e'g i , 4 1? ,5'W.m - Q x F5 1 ' " - 'veg' 5. . . , f ig, ', ME" . - W lx " if PM 1 5 Ma 2 P an " if ,,,, 1 .V N .f W, fm' H 0 ' .faUil' " f a I 'NY gf 1976 EcHo Volume 13 s Stone High School P.0. Drawer 128 Wiggins, Mississippi 39577 Memories . . . blessed memories . . . they add mean- ing to life. They put a warm feeling in your heart and a special touch on the future. During a year of high school many memories are made. Memories thatwill be cherished forever. The happy times . . . the sad times . . . silly times . . . serious times . . . we have met them all, individually or together. The joy of having a top locker is discovered by fresh- men, Karen Breland, Candy Reynolds and Sarah Taylor. Tomcats don't clown around but it's obvious that some stu- dents do! Everyone needs encourage- ment! Coach Dickens gives the basketball team one of his many pep talks. High School . . . loy . . . Sorrow . . The food is waiting on the table as Don Ainsworth, Junior class president, gives the ad- dress at the 1975 Jr.-Sr. Banquet. A School is over, but Chad Evans still has to wait as his ride has left him. l l Campus Life ...................... 8 Organizations . . . . . .30 Music ...... . . . 46 Athletics . . . . . 58 Honors... ....84 People . . . . . 102 Ads... ....157 Index... ....18Z 3 Many people tell us, "En- joy high school. It's the best years of your life." But in the midst of high school, thinking of tests, tardy bells, reports and homework, we shudder and say to ourselves, "lt may be the best years of my life, but l'll be glad when it's over." Strangely, though, these routine, dull things that we do every day for four years in a row are the things that make looking back so exciting. Why? Maybe it's just that they are taking place while we are young and ready to take on anything the world has to throw at us. Sitting out during P.E. , Mona Overstreet and Angie Smith anxiously wait for the bell to ring. Marching in the heat of the sun, band members Dan Parker, Thomas Johnson, and Millie McDaniel look forward to cooler weather. Making picnic tables oc- cupies the time of Mike En- glish, Vernon Mitchell and Lonnie Waddle during Ag. , ,s.....,- ... ,,. 1 Friends and Fun . . . l Although the halls are full of rushing students, Steve Cobb and Cindy Redmond are un- noticed by the crowd as they stop for a short talk. During a quick break, Zan- uel Johnson seeks what shade he can behind his tri-toms. Punch, served by the cheer- leaders sure tastes good to Todd Davis and Edwin Cowart after practice. i The work of the cheerlead- ers is seen throughout the school as signs pop up here and there. Latin students Cindy Hill, Jackie Danzey and Rene IVlc- Gehee diligently translate En- glish sentences into Latin. Close-up on Stone: 1976 l Wandering through the halls is a favorite pastime of these students. The addition to our school went slowly but surely by work men who were often heard but not seen. After schoo., students rush to tae crowded parking lot and try to get out before the buses arrive. Morning break is a time for Pam Easterling and Ricky Bates to exchange secrets. But there's a sad thing about memories . . . and that is that too many eventsso precious to us are not remem- bered. Things that seemed so real at the moment fade with the passing of time. They're forgotten . . . lostforever. . This year, no matter where you are in school, is too im- portant to forget. Special things happened that should be remembered. So as you flip through the pages of this book, recall all your ,school days . . walk through the halls, sit in your old desk and throw books in your locker once more. Re- member the little things . . . because really they are very important. With her hand as a prop, Debbie Bond fights off sleep during class. A Ol .9 .A lin O' At the end of a long day these strained brains tune out the teacher and find rest on their desks. What's for homeworc? Eddie Baggett attempts to find out 1is assignment from David Nichols. Getting to class on time sometimes means inching your way through crowded hails like this. Ol 0. Walking across the oreezeway in an everyday routine for tiese girls. Strenuous exercise ouilds strong muscles in Stone Higw boys. Q: Q: -5 a sw .. The Beginning of the Day The starting point is home- room. There roll is taken and announcements blare from the intercom. At 8:30 bells sound and the halls are filled with clamoring, jabbering, mass con- fusion. Lockers clang and books slam. Students are seen in every direction. Some lean against doorways, others stop by water fountains, some rush across the breezeway, and others try their luck at get- ting through the doors by the rinajchines without being tramp- e . In three minutes the noise moves out of the halls, leaving them relatively clear with only a few stragglers shuffling to the office for late slips.. A day at Stone High has begun! After two classes, stu- dents enjoy a 10 minute break, where they may drink a carton of chocolate milk to ward off starvation until lunch, catch up on the latest gossip, or find out what questions were on 2nd period's test. IVlany days there are bake sales with goodies to ruin anyone's diet. Then at the bell the confu- sion starts all over again as students make their way to their 3rd period class. 10 Late slips are a last resort for Ray Hatten and Eddie Alexander. Bake sales are money makers for the cheerleaders. Here, lVlrs. Rabby, Denise lVlclnnis and Car- men lVliller count their profits. An English test is a big challenge to IVlrs. Hollingsworth's 2nd peri- od class. - The layout committee attacks a difficult two page spread. Delicacies from the machines are sought by 'hungry students. Early morning chats take place before the 8:15 bell tolls. 11 Anybody Got an Extra Punch? Closed lunch period was a new experience to the students of Stone High and in the weeks before school everyone dreaded it and was deter- mined to get rid of it. But when we found out that nothing could be done and we were stuck with it, closed lunch was accepted and it was dis- covered that life went on even with thechangep That change, though, was slight. Still when you walked into the cafeteria, you checked out what the house special of the day was, red beans and rice or white beans and rice. Then you had to hunt a person with a punch left on their ticket and convince them to loan it to you. You stood in line awhile trying to look very small and hungry so the ladies would heap the food on your plate. When you got back to your place, you found that your chair had disappeared and you had to find another that wasn't saved. And fi- nally, while you hunted an empty chair, your hungry friends grabbed your biggest french fries or that extra roll you had worked so hard or. Lunch was a big part of our day. It gave us another chance to talk, Roberts laugh, gossip plan or study lt broke the mongltony of School: The lunch line grows smaller 12 While his ticket is punched, Boonie Boone searches for a IVIENU cold carton of milk. lVlonday: Hamburgers and French fries Reading enriches Gary O'Neal's mind even though concentration TUeSdaY2 Red beans and "lCe is hard during lunch. Wednesday: Pizza and turnip greens Thursday: Beef "fingers"' Friday: Fish Having finished eating, DeSha Breland and Kelly Smith pati- ently wait for the signal to go. Even though we all feel like Away from the crowded tables, caged animals during lunch, these boys relax and drink milk Janet IVIcDonald finds time for laughter. l At 1:30 on any Friday from September to November, the Stone High gym comes alive with noisy, blue jean clad stu- dents, stomping their feet, clap ping their hands and yelling, "Go Tomcats!" at the top of their lungs. That's the basics of a pep rally. Add a variety of skits by the cheerleaders, stirring music by the band, vic- tory cheers, lots of spirit and you have 30 minutes of fun that always ends with IVlr. Baucum's famous words, "You have 10 minutes." V-i-c-t-o-r-y The band livens the peg rally by 'adding the needed touc . sttjttsi 1 i 'N "SQ - 141.5 if '51 .,,, fi ll fz if f' .5 os siise Jirt 1 0 . V tiiti f Keeping in Step FS easy fel' the ,, ,,,i if ttiii tiitt t e i i i Seniors as the tune of ,,Bud,, "We're N0 1 "' Senicrs display the rises inthe gym. spirit stick. after a victorious pep rally. Drummers keep students in the spirit! 14 Finally getting in the swing of pep ra lies, the freshmen cry out, "VlCTORY!" Hard work during practice pays off for the varsity cheerleaders. Juniors await tweir turn in t1e s spirit stick competition. i act ivites V W ll! li A sneak preview is shown of our cheerleaders in years to come. The courage shown on the foot- Sophomores, directed by Barry ball field by Mike Fountain and Cameron, show their spirit. Russell Dorsett isn't always seen in pep rallies. Fashions and Fads Fashion, as ever, was an important part of the school year. No one could predict what stu- dents would wear from day to day. Girls walked down the halls in knee length dresses or stood on the breezeway in blue jeans and jerseys. Boys appeared in jeans and overalls or in dressy pants with brightly printed shirts. Feet were clad in platform shoes, ten- nis shoes, or "earth shoes" and socks with crazy designs. The two most popular fads of the year were mood rings and CB radios. lVlood rings, which change color with your mood, hit the mar- ket about Christmas, and in no time, everyone was either wear- ing one or asking to try on some- body else's! On the highways every car seemed to grow a large CB an- tenna, and instead of saying "O.K.", Stone High students be- gan to say, "10-4". Everyone knew the story of Rubber Duck, Pigpen, and the Convoy, which played constantly on the radio. 16 An embroidered shirt and bandana scarf, big fashion news this year, is worn by Lillian Smith. During football season this year, tie uniform for Fri day was jeans, jerseys, and tennis swoes. The onger length skirt looks The latest in footwear inc udes eartw shoes, tennis attractive on Gail Jackson. shoes, and platforms witw patterned socks. Blue jeans, overalls, and ten- nis shoes are the order gf the After Christmas holidays, CB radios day for Danny Batgon and Tracy appeared in almost every car around Dale. town. 17 l V ,QQ X - av Elections, Inflation and Sharks' Fireplug painting was the big thing in 1975. To create spirit for the Bicentennial, everyone took a paintbrush in hand and little people appeared on fiery street corner. The state elections captured our TV screens in the fall months. Political rallies were held at the fairgrounds and on Nov. 4th students in American History and American Government were ablefto cast votes for their can- didates. With inflation still a roblem 1 P everything continued to rise in I price. Hard hit students found themselves forking out 606 for a hamburger at the "lVlug" and gas hit 656 per gallon. Candy and gum couldn't be had for less than 15C and Uncle Sam deman- ded 13C for every letter he sent on its way. lVlusic did its best to keep things calm. Elton John and Barry Manilow were two very popular performers with a string of hits in 1975 and Neil Seda- ka's "Love Will Keep Us To- gether" done by the Captain and Tenille became the number one song in the nation. Unc e Sam greets all wwo o Stone High. He come t was painted by Connie Ying ing during the fire- plug oainting contest spon- sorec by City Hall. Bubb e gum blew up to 26. With the rise of sugar and ingredients, the student's favorite pastime of blowing bubbles became a bit more expensive. I fl ffifli E? 'B " 2 v l ,. .. in 2 l i, +P' Democratic candidate Cliff Finch used his lunch box as his symbol. He professes to be a representa- tive of the working man and through- out his campaign, he traveled lVliss- issippi doing various jobs. Finch vvon the election by a very narrow margin. Bumper stickers and posters pro- claimed the name of t1e Republi- can candidate, Gi Carmichael. He based '1is campaign on tue issues and spoke of c1ange for Mlississippi k . ..re r " fy ,,,, f .,, trr '- :1 J f -.... reerre ...rr " i t r rr i ' . lcll .t VM.. . ..', 'i' tt' A lfr . 'i'il tir f .., . ,, 1 I Z A' Y lll H . t,, t -AVVZ During the summer of 1975 the m0Vle, ..,,.. . ., "Jaws" Scared Swlmmers from 'Vlalfle to ,ggg California. Based on the book by Peter zgg Vt" 4 Benchley, it was the story of a killer shark "rr 2 t'1f ,. . that terrorized a small resort town. f:,..l,-Nw - ,,faw ,f ,. ...Ha-, .f.., any a uf , .ffm U , ,- J, .- 19 After Hours I After Sehoql and at Vllglllf the Students gather in the colc outside the windows of the biggest complaint heard around ugvlugu one night after a game. Wiggins is that there is absolutely "nothing to do." Even though 1 Wiggins isn't the most alive town in the U. S., things aren't as bad as all that. Actually students are a lot busier than they realize. Extracurricular activities like sports, band, or cheerleading keep a large number of kids oc- cupied. Others work at part time jobs, keeping themselves in spending money. On weekends, kids flock to the Coast for a movie and a hamburger at lVlacDonald's. But on any given night and always after ballgames, students are found "uptown." Crowds gather at the "lVlug", chatting and drinking Cokes, and cars filled to the brim with friends draw circles all over Wiggins. Tomcats work out after school preparing for a big game. 20 Band members collapse after a particularly hot and difficult practice. After cheerleading practice, Carmen and Beth lVliller head for home. Weighing items for a customer is part of Joy Flurry's job at Piggly Wiggly. Hovering under plastic and umbrellas, spectators watch the football game at George County. 21 Elections . "Spirit Chain" . . Exams . At 8:15 on lVlonday, Octo- ber 6, 1975, a sleepy group of people entered Stone High. lt was Homecoming week but somehow the spirit wasn't there. lt only took a few activities to get things moving and though the start was slow, the spirit did begin to build higher and higher throughout the week. During homeroom each day the annual staff sold 56 links for the spirit chain. Dance tickets went on sale and the door contest was announced. The court, chosen the week be- fore in tense, close elections, were getting dresses, hats and shoes together for the big night. The football team, band, cheer- leaders, maids, and escorts all put in hours of practice. Schoolwork would have been completely forgotten if not for six weeks' tests on Tuesday and Wednesday. lt was very hard for everyone to keep their mind on studies while looking ahead to the big weekend. One, Two, Three, get on the good foot . . . roared an enthusiastic crowd gathered on the Pickle Field before an unlit pile of wood with a 490 Rebel hanging from the top. After a little coaxing, the wood burst into flames and the bonfire was on its way. The cheerleaders shower the crowd with footballs before Homecoming. 22 The SHS crowd boogies after the Tomcats' victory. Challenge: Finish your stre amer before the stack falls. Maids Susie Hayden, Connie Yingling, and Cindy Campbell hurriedly work. Fl oats... Bonfire , . . Parade . . Fireworks . . Dance . . . warts a fiery death at the An unidentified Rebel 3 . . iands of the mighty Tomcats. Preparing to march on the l field is the Stone High band. l Streamers hanging in the Grabbing a quick rest, Cen- cafeteria promote spirit. Denise ter Terry Hunt takes time out to IVlcInnis, Todd Davis, and catch his breath. Wanda Woodward fold and tape until all is done. Homecoming 1975 76 The SHS drummers marched in soon afterwards to accompa- ny the largy numbers of students who were building pyramids, doing stunts, running in circles around the bonfire and shouting cheers at the tops of their voices. Horns, racing engines, lights and shouts of "l'll meet you at the fair," brought the bonfire to an end. And many did rush to the county fair, in town for the weekend, to win their fortunes and stuff them- selves with candied apples and cotton candy. Escorted by James Davis, lVIi- chelle Hatten, the homecoming queen, is crowned by Principal Lester Baucum. One of the most beautiful sights on the field is the float carrying the homecoming court. F, Everyone is nervous except crown bearer, Scott Street and flower girl, Carla Evans, who calmly wait with lVlr. Baucum. was 1- ,- uf, my '- si 1' QQ! 5 In tr tw rs M W l F2 'if K F - - wi' 'Q f M , , 1 it lm ,li . 's 1 Q ft! , fm 5 NZ S i all i f 2' 2- ll. , g Zig? 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Friday morning came early and this time an excited, anxious group entered SHS. Jeans, jerseys and tennis shoes were the dress for many. The clock inched its way to 10:30 and then all classes assembled into their places for the pep rally. The "little people" bounced onto the gym floor with their little skirts and funny faces. The unrolling of the spirit chain and the eruption of the "spirit vol- cano" meant double victory for the Seniors even though everyone bubbled over with spirit. That night the homecom- ing court began to assemble at Perk Stadium. Nervous tension mingled with happy expectation was felt as the girls, dressed in lovely bi- centennial gowns of red, blue, or white, took their places on the "Spirit Eagle" float they had worked on so hard. Cheerleaders boarded their " megaphone" float and things began to get under way. 27 l "Our Younger Girls" and Escort i The Kings of Harmony pro- vide entertainment for the home- coming dance. Fire gleams in the eyes of the students as they watch the rebel burst into flames. Stuffing paper on their float is a big job for the cheerlead- ers. 28 The offensive line im The final touches are made patiently awaits the snap of the by IVlrs Rabby and lVlrs Cain H before the festivities begin. The floats rounded the field and the homecoming procession walked stately through the band and cheerleader formations. A glorious display of fireworks marked the end of the festivities and the beginning of an impor- tant game. Drum roll! Kick off! Two plays later--TOUCHDOWN for the Tomcats. The end of the first quarter the score board showed 20-0. In the stands the spirit peak exploded! The Rebels went to a bruising de- feat as the 'Cats stole the game with a 34-6 victory! A smile upon everyone's face as they entered the dance was evident of a win! From 10 until the early hours of the morning the Hustle, the Bump, The Texas Stomp and other dances were performed by the happy students, celebrating victory. and some of the escorts secure 29 The annual staff struggles to get their layouts done before the first deadline. Y-Teens make pine cone -turkeys to put in Thanks- giving baskets. E Student Council Front: Holme Bond, Linda Frank Cox, Lincsay lVliller, James Davis, lVlillie Boykin, Scott Strick and, Teresa s, Angie Colvin, Brian Cooley Back: Lori Parker, Carol Taylor, Sue Owen, Bambi IVlrs. lVIarge Raoby, Wanda Amacker, DeS1a Breland, Elisa Smith, Donald Cole, Lomax, Needham Jones, Tweresa Chandler, Simon Wilson. is Z at t . ' i F5 ts' W g f ' , .2 3 I t A t . k- I " 5. '-A 1 fs wu'5?r- S fS12f!s.' M- - -5- LW Q X -t 3:15. N ,L .--li: - lui ,. --25.22--N '-s.1.fs1::- -2522331 'iazmzfe ' NW' . fl. 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'1'-pil2svf..:1.ai.i.il!llsaii ...mais T Hoping for a good prize, Betty Wilson and ,lil The purpose of the Student Council is to provide convnunicadon behNeen stu- dents, faculty, and administration and to promote student unity. Each student has a voice in his school government through his homeroom representative. As their project for the year, the Stu- dent Council built a shelter for the drink machines. To make money and offer a good time to the students, they put on a mini Halloween Carnival. The space be- tween the buildings of the school came alive with students popping balloons, bobbing for apples, throwing sponges at faces, searching for needles in haystacks and smacking on candied apples. Also, the Student Council sold sticks of hard candy and sponsored the Christmas door decoration contest. Front: Sue Owen, Treasurer, Bambi Bond, Secretary, Teresa Holmes, President, Back: Danny Batson, Reporter, lVlillie Boykin, Vice-President. Charles Collins throw in their fishing lines. The winning door is taped up by Debbie Bond and iVIr. Willison. 33 Paper Staff -e Front: Kathy Prewoda, Rissa lVIiles, Steve Greenough, Robin Davis, Mandy Williams, Judy Burchfield, IVIiddle: IVlrs. Jones, Penny Nichols, Kathy IVlitchell, Bruce Lott, Kim Edwards, lVlr. Wi lison, Back: Lori Smith, lVlildred Chapman, lVlary Dearman, Needham Jones, Wanda Woodward, Donald Cole, Charlotte Norris, Barbara Davis, Brenda Dedeaux. 'With the pecking of type- W writers, running in and out of lVlrs. Jones and IVlr. Willison's rooms, and all of the paper dis- K appearing out of the mimeo- graph ropm everyone soon rea- lizes that the school paper, "The Cat's lVleow," is about to Q0 on sale. Everyone gets their dime out and sits impatiently in their fourth period class until the staff knocks on the door and asks "Does anybody want to buy a paper?" The paper staff frantically puts together an edition of the paper. 34 Front: lVliss Betty Davis, Jane IVlclVlurphy, Judy Burchfield, 2nd: Michele Tullos, Paula- Williams, Patricia Bond, Susie Hayden, Tami Scarborough, 3rd: Evelyn Hickman, Bambi Bond, Carol Taylor, Danita Hill, Freda Hickman, 4th: Kathy lVlitchell, Patty Snowden, Denise Taylor, Suzan Stephens, Pam Easterling, Carol Prine, Alicia Walters, Becky Roper, Darlene lVlorrison. Sitting: Don Vernon, Russell Dorsett, Kevin Taylor, Frank Cox, 2nd: Brian Warren, Da- na Parsons, Brian Smith, Don Ainsworth, Bill Rabby, Bruce Lott, Back: Donald Cole, Needham Jones, Greg Walker, Danny Batson. 76511 interact' FHA Front: G. Davis, L. lVlaples, S. Owen, C. Prine, P. Easterling, D. Fairley, K. Ed- wards, S. Strain, R. Hickman, J. IVlclVIurphy, D. Bond, lVlrs. E. Davis, Znd: W. Single ton, T. Scarborough, S. Hayden, G. Denson, C. Taylor, E. Hickman, K. Overstreet, S. Shannon, B. Strickland, lVl. Smith, S. Brown, C. Hence, J. Atkinson, 3rd: B. Sim- mons, lVl. Wash, P. Pough, S. Fairley, A. Gilner, L. Clement, L. Smith, G. Clement, Y. lVIonroe, E. Scarborough, F. Blue, H. Dejarnett, J. Joiner, 4th: A. Boggs, E. Brown, V. Buckhalter, J. Evans, J. Johnson, I. Galloway, B. Baxter, B. Breland, K. Taylor, R. Hardy, T. lVIeadows, D. Fairley, Back: C. Singleton, V. Lewis, J. IVlcDon- ald, R. Patton, G. Jackson, S. Huff, E. Breland, A. Bradford, T. Chandler, D. Whit- tle, T. James, C. James, D. Corbett. Seated: lVlillie Boykin, Teresa Holmes, lVlrs. Barbara O'Neal, Judy lVlcHenry, Standing: Evelyn Hickman, Bambi Bond, Billy Rogers, Dan Parker, Gina Clement, Steve Gree- nough, Bruce Lott, Carol Taylor FFA Front: Steve Parrish, John Ray Walker, Ronnie Tanner, Wayne Temple, David Sumrall, Eddie Williamson, 'Austin Cooper, Wendell Weathers, James Davis, Timmy Roberts, Ivan Bond, Walter Atchison, Danny Fountain, Ray lVlast, Len Gay, Brian Hancock, Eric Webb, George Redeemer, 2nd: lVIr. Ladner, lVlr. Foxworth, Lonnie Waddle, Gomez Par- ker, Joe Cobb, David Bond, Robert King, Terry Owen, Billy Rasmussen, Tommy Lee, Flint Johnson, Brian Warren, Don Ainsworth, Greg Walker, Tony Weathers, lVlike Lott. Brian Smith, Eddie Alexander, lVlike Parker, Skeeter lVliller, 3rd: Russell Dorsett, Kel- vin Wash, Terry Hunt, Darrell Speaker, Boyd Flurry, Otis Redmond, Glenn Hunt, David Jetton, Lee Stewart, Eddie Holmes, Robin Parker, Charlotte Norris, Byron Perdue, Ken- ny Wilbanks, Terrell,RawIs, John Price, RobertO'Neal, Dennis lVlcDonaldp Back: Keith Kirkland, Al Breland, Oran Bond, Darrell Bond, Jeffrey O'Neal, Danny Thrasher, Ronnie Purvis, Dewayne lVlallett, Tim Stephens, lVIike English, Ricky Taylor, Keith Hancock, Eugene Alexander, Danny Batson, Keith lVlartin, Joe Alexander, Troy Raborn, Lenzey Johnson, Donald Cole, Willie lVlcCarroll. 37 French Club 1' Www K Front: lVlike lVlcKenzie, Pam Henderson, Angie Colvin, Jill' Bond, Darlene lVlorrison, Car- olyn Lyons, 2nd: Wanda Woodward, lVlichelle Tullos, Frank Cox, KentAinsworth, Steve Greenough, Rissa IVliles, Kathy Prehoda, Teresa Holmes, Becky Smith, Susan Dunham, 3rd: Penny Nichols, Melissa O'Neal, Needham Jones, Becky Roper, Ella Scarborough, Cindy Redmond, Robert Fortner, Lillian Smith, Judy Burchfield, Bill Rabby, Ruth Hick- man, Oscar Lott, Sue Parker, Evelyn Hickman, Bruce Lott, lVlrs. Breland French students participate in many activi- ties throughout the year. During Foreign Lan- guage week, they have a banquet where French foods are served and a short program is given. Also, students make projects to take to the Foreign Language Day at Jackson State. 38 Latin club Front: Paige Baucum, Teresa Walker, Rosa Lott, Susan Holmes, Lisa lVlcKenzie, Kim Edwards, Mandy Williams, Kelly lVlcKenzie, Tom Williams, Judy lVlcHenry, Bambi Bond Alicia Walters, Jeff Coole, Bruce Lott, Znd: Karen Breland, Kim Alexander, Jackie Dan zey, Loretta Williams, Alisa O'Neal, Lisa Sicard, Karen Lott, Claudia Pachel, Gina Clement, Barbra Baxter, Faye Bond, Jack Stephens, RobertO'Neal, 3rd: Edith Bond, lVlillie lVlcDaniel, Karen Keyseear, Lorese Taylor, Rene lVlcGehee, Paula Williams, El- anorAltman, Back: Terri Meadows, Suzan Stephens, Becky Roper, Roan Smith, Don Qninsworth, Sjusie Hayden, Carol Taylor, John Prickett, Judy Williams, lVlarty Dravis, rs. Bre an S ' Latin students are very active in the spring during Foreign Langauge Week. At the end of the week a Roman banquet is held in the cafeteria. Students dress up in the style of the early Ro- mans and dine on ham and baked beans. First year students serve as slaves to the second year students. Latin students also work on projects to take to Foreign Language Day at Jackson State. 39 Bela Club A ,:Lg l ' I ' in I I ' Front: Bambi Bond, Susan Holmes, Judy Burchfield, Judy lVlcHenry, Lillian Smith, Rissa IVIiles, Robin Davis, lVlillie Boykin, Mandy Williams, Elisa Smith, 2nd: Patricia Bond, Sandy Strain, Gina Clement, Becky Smith, Lynn Clement, Paige Baucum, Paula Wil- liams, Alisa O'Neal, Karen Lott, 3rd: Deborah Gunter, Becky Roper, Darlene lVlorrison, Janet Blair, Robin Burton, Bruce Lott, lVlrs. Vliriam Saia, Back: Teresa Breland, Harriet Dejarnett, Donald Cole, Needham Jones, Steve Greenough, Billy Rogers. The Beta Club is a service club that is composed of students with a "B" or higher average. At State Convention this year, Susan Holmes ran for State Vice-President. On Talent Night at the Convention, ten Beta Club members presented a partially original skit entitled, "Jenny Finds Happiness." Beta Club members were also active this year in the annual IVlarch of Dimes drive and in raising money to help finance their trip to State Convention. 40 l Science Club Front: lVlrs. lVlary Rabby, Joey Scruggs, Dan Parker, Lisa ,lVlcKenzie, Kim Edwards, Judy Burchfield, lVIillie Boykin, Tiger Krohn, Rissa Miles, Lillian Smith, Robin Davis, Penny Nichols, 2nd: lVlrs. lVlike Cain, Arlene Bond, Phyllis Byrd, Carol Taylor, Evelyn Hick- man, Wanda Amacker, Becky Smith, Steve Greenough, Bruce Lott, Carl Breland, Kathy Prehoda, Barbara Naramore, 3rd, Susan Holmes, Steve Prescott, Terrell Rawls, Billy Rogers, Donald Cole, Needham Jones, lVlandy Williams, Elisa Smith, Becky Sumrall, Alicia Walters, 4th: Bambi Bond, Brian Bond, Greg Walker, Gina Clement, Lynn Cle- ment, Lori Smith, Freda Hickman, Danita Hill, Susie Hayden, Greg Strickland, 5th: Judy IVIcHenry, Teresa Holmes, Charlie O'Neal, Belinda Evans, Carmen lVliller, Dianne Ervin, Bill Rabby, Cindy Campbell, Denise llllclnnis, Tami Scarborough Front: Debbie Ford, Joy Flurry, Brenda Dedeaux, Debbie Ladner, Lisa Sicard, lVlildred Chapman, lVIary Wells, lVlike lVlcKenzie, lVlrs. Roberts, Back: Jerry Anderson, Dale Grif- nln, lVlark Strickland, Dale Davis, Connie Yingling, Barbara Davis, Robert Hays, Curt aney Front: Sue Owen, Susan Dunnam, Debbie Fairley, Susie Hayden, Rita Davis, Gayle Roberson, Beth lVlil er, Denise lVlc lnnis, Tami Scarbrough, Gabrielle Davis, Wanda Woodward, Back: Coach Pal Roberts, Linda Lomax, Robin Burton, Judy Williams, Patricia O'Neal, Carmen lVliller, Dianne Ervin, Cindy Campbell, Debbie Bond, Suzan Stephens Front: Ricky Bates, Eddie Baggett, Tiger Krohn, Boyd Flurry, Al Breland, Dana Par- sons, Wendell Weathers, Ivan Bond, 2nd: Scott Strickland, Tommy Parker, Steve Cobb, Barry Cameron, Don Ainsworth, Jeffery O'Neal, Terry Owen, Kevin Taylor, 3rd: Mike Fountain, George Redeemer, Russel Robinson, Danny Thrasher, Bill Rabby, Brian War- ren, David Jetton, Tommy Lee 42 Front: Susie Hayden, Bambi Bond, Teresa Holmes, Belinca Evans, Lynn Clement, lVlildred Chapman, Wanda Woocward, Carol Taylor, Back: Gina Clement, Judy lVIcHenry, Robin Daivs, Donald Cole, Lori Smith, lVIrs. Virginia Breand. Front: Bill Rabby, KentAinsworth, Russell Dorsett, Walter Atc Dana Parsons, Steve Cobb, Tiger Krohn, Al Breland, Boyd Flur David Jetton, lVIark Strickland, Darrell Bond, Billy Rogers, Tom Len Gay, 3rd: Kenneth Johnson, George Redeemer, Danny Thras David Breland, Tommy Parker, Don Vernon, Barry Cameron, Jeff Tony Weathers, Scott Strickland. wison, Eddie Baggett, ry, 2nd: Don Ainsworth, my Lee, Jeff Alexander, der, Raymond Loper,j Wayne Temple, Simon Wilson, Brian Bond, Mike Bardvvell, Back: lVlaurice Rayburn, rey O'Neal, Ivan Bond, 43 0ur Motto: They'll Fix It! Production on the 1976 Echo Started in September when annual staffers were put through a grueling two week course in making a yearbook. After that they quickly learned to hate words like one pica inner margin and headline. Possible the most hated word of all was caption. When a cap- tion had to be written, suddenly everyone was busy with some other job. Deadlines always seemed to pop up at exactly the wrong moments or so it seemed. Each time one came around, the pages due never were quite ready. Each deadline day was met with the agony of finishing lay- outs and typing copy. Screams and groans were not uncommon noises as the rush of meeting the 4:30 mail went on in despa- ration. Despite lost pictures, missed deadlines, and a shortage of copysheets, the Echo was sent on its way. When the job was done the staff could only breathe a sigh of relief and make 23 reservations at the insane asylum. A .... HQ 1 , ai w Stone High Concert Band Front: Martha Morphew, Mandy Williams, DeSha Breland, Lillian Smith, Harriet DeJar- nett, Candy Reynolds, Sarah Taylor, DwightWilliams, 2nd: Dan Parker, Millie Boykin, Becky Sumrall, Roan Smith, Karen Overstreet, Millie McDaniel, Kathy Mitchell, Paige Baucum, Thomas Johnson, Brian Coole, Tim Purvis, Elisa Smith, Robin Davis, Mona Clark, 3rd: Judy McHenry, Claudia Pachel, Marshall Copeland, Needham Jones, Cindy Scarborough, Rissa Miles, Flint Johnson, Cindy Redmond, Joey Scruggs, Belinda Ev- ans, Kathy Prehoda, Terry Rogers, Back: Kenneth Brown, Zanuel Johnson, Erna Hat- ten, Susan Holmes, John Hiill, Henry Bond. French students participate in many activi- ties throughout the year. During Foreign Lan- guage week, they have a banquet where French foods are served and a short program is given. Also, students make projects to take to the Foreign Language Day atJackson State. 48 Band Director-Diane Hayden Drum Nlaiorette-Robin Davis Band Council Front: Cindy Scarborough, Mandy Williams, Mona Clark, Back: Needham Jones, Martha Morphew, Dan Parker, Robin Davis, Millie Boykin, Terry Rogers, Belinda Evans, Zan- uel Johnson, Kathy Prehoda. 49 A Q in Q , , t,-:ac JL Rifle Corps Front: Judy iVlcHenry, Lillian Smithp Back: Elisa Smith, Becky Sumrall, Rissa IVIiIes. , . ,. V M.,,:,i,. ,,. ' , ' ' ,, ,lm r ,r 3 5 it .,.., , M ,, , - iiffiii "" V "V' ... ..,.. ...,. f i ve- i"' e 2 ' ' ra f"i ' X i "',i' 1' . .,.. 2 : K L 5 , 'V ,H ,k, ,v ,.,. Y W3 me a re QEIQSHEH rr., ' ,, ,,., . . , ,,., ,, , wi M ,,, a aa ,Wet ,.,,,., t I tm W .--- . . ,ii-- ii""' I r . " ii - L L 'iii ' , . ., b". "'f Standing in position, the rifles Practicing before school started wait to start their routine. QHVIE the rifles time t0 Work to- get er. 50 Flag Corps Front: Debbie Bond, Denise Taylor, Back: Judy Burchfield, Wanda Amacker, Belinda Bond, Pam Easterling, Millie Boykin, Lynette lVlaples, Debbie Fairley, Becky Smith, Suzan Stephens. l - , - - - A last minute practice for the Flag Captam Nmhe Boykm flags before loading the bus for a ballgame. 51 Stone High Marching Band Front: Erna Hatten, Susan Holmes, Kenneth Brown, Judy Burchfield, Robin Davis, Millie Boykin, Lisa Smith, Becky Sumrall, 2nd: Leon Jones, Zanuel Johnson, John Hill, Henry Bond, Dan Parker, Paige Baucum, lVlillie lVlcDaniel, Candy Reynolds, Sarah Taylor, Dwight Williams, Martha lVlorlohew, lVlandy Williams, Harriet Dejarnett, DeSha Breland, Kathy lVlitchell, Karen Overstreet, Roan Smith, Joey Scruggs, 3rd: Needham Jones, lVlarshall Copeland, Claudia Pachel, Flint Johnson, Kelly Smith, Cindy Redmond, Cindy Scarborough, lVlike Lott, Tim Purvis, Thomas Johnson, Kathy Lott, lVlona Clark, Kathy Prehoda, Belinda Evans, Jerry Scruggs, Terry Rogers, Back: Debbie Bond, Lynette lVlaples, Belinda Bond, Suzan Stephens, Pam Easterling, Debbie Fairley, Denise Tay- lor, Wanda Amacker. 52 no-wr' QW if Senior Band Members Seated Kathy Prehoda, iVIrllre Boykin, Belinda Evans, Robin Davis, Standing Needham Jones, Terry Rogers, Suzan Stephens, Debbie Bond, Dan Parker, Joey Scruggs X, ,. ek' x , 3" 4 x '1 f , 5?ia31fi5iii ii.. . Bi f ,. , ii . i J 'ilftiiit ffffffif wife -EE'i2'ii1,i" Giiiliifir' The show for which the band received their trophy. Stone High Band made his tory by bringing home a trophy from the Picayune IVIarching Festival for a superior perfor- mance. Being in the Stone High Band During one of the band's breaks the bass drum pro- gftigfngogqga?fgfrixcgeliggciig lfft vides an ideal seat for Needham'Jones and Leon means marching on a muddy field Jones' in the rain. It means parades, . contests, concerts, tired feet, Burger King, long bus rides, and having pride in being part of an organization that works very hard but often receives little recogni- tion. This year the band marched in the Inaugural Parade at Jackson and in the Rex Parade at lVlardi Gras in New Orleans. They also appeared in the parades here in Wiggins. At Christmas and in the spring, the concert band presented concerts open to the public. They represented us at the State IVIarch- ing Band Festival and at the Picayune Marching Band Festival where for the first time in the his- tory of Stone High, they brought home a superior rating. i Drum The saxophones watch as their section leader shows Vlajorette Ro bl D 1 them the "right way" to march. in avis con- centrates on signals during a Performing during halftime is just one of the band's number. many jobs. 54 The finest three-legged trombone player in the One of the most hectic times for the state of lVlississippi, Terry Rogers, doesn't let band is loading the bus before an away his crutches keep him from performing. game. xxx, During the football game, band members spend most of IVIrs. Hayden directs the band their time sitting in the stands. as they strike up a song at the l I ballgame. Before marcwing into the stadium, the flags discuss their part of the swow. 55 Do-Re-Mi . . . Front: Kay Whittington, Erna Hatten, Juanese Joyner, Susan S1annon, lVlari yn lVIallet Theresa Chandler, Vlary Snowden, Patricia Stringer, 2nC: Ar ene Bond, Sancy Strain Kathy Anglin, Robin Ladnier, Gina Clement, Cindy Hil , Sy via Henderson, Lynn C e ment, Rosa Lott, Bac 4: Becky Smith, Betty Strickland, Lori Smith, lVlike Eng ish, Leniar Boggs, Dona c Cole, Bobby Jones, Denny Taft, Annette Walters, Terri IVeaco ll, I WS. The student body is entertained during assembly with a Christ- mas program by the choir. 56 Choir Director-lVlrs. Jerelene Jones Accompanist-Gina Clement The Stone High Chorus is a choral organization providing students with the opportunity to develop their most personal of instruments--their voices. The performing group is an audition- ed group and represents the school in all ofthe District Vlll sponsored choral activities. A sextet is selected from within the major chorus and par- ticipates competitively at Dis- trict Festival. Other selected students from within the group participate on stage level in choral festival activities. The choir is presented in concert at least twice a year, participates in school assem- blies, and sings for the elderly and hospitalized persons at Christmas. T1e choir stands awaiting the cue from lVlrs. Jones to begin t1e next song. 57 58 O: ' 03 .O 'O With twe death of Noel Smith, Stone High lost its most loyal fan. Around Wiggins, Noel was better known as Coach Smith, and a football game was not com plete unless he was on the sidelines, cheering on the team. We, the 1976 Echo staff, would like to dedi- cate the football section of this book, like our season, to the memory of Coach Noel Smith. Vanagers: Brian Warren, Eddie Delancey, C0?Cl1eS2 IDOUQ 5mlf1 Edcie Bardwell, Walter Graham, Not Pic- Knight, Jimmy VVe5b- tured: Todd Davis, Willie Boggs, Russell i Robinson. Bay St. Louis George County Lumberton Long Beach Harrison Central Brooklyn Vancleave Ocean Springs Poplarville Leakesville Pass Christian 60 x 14 Stone 9 Stone 0 Stone 0 Stone 6 Stone 21 Stone 0 Stone 9 Stone 7 Stone 7 Stone 7 Stone 9 wins 2 losses , Vlice Nelson, Bob 20 6 6 1 2 34 CHomecomingl O 10 10 20 28 17 CPickle Bowll Tommy Lee -Al Breland -Don Ainsworth -David Sumrall -Larry Fletcher -Wayne Sellers -Gomez Parker -Jack Fore -Terry Hunt -Bill Rabby -Tommy Parker Boyd Flurry Len Galloway O.L. Redmond Ricky Bates Steve Thieman Dickie White Lonnie Tillman Billy Rogers Tim lVlartin -Bobby Billingslea -Dana Parsons -Oscar Nicholson -lVlike Fountain -Steve Cobb -Darrell Bond -Eddie Baggett -Tiger Krohn Frank Cox George Redeemer Barry Cameron Terry Buckley lVlike Bardwell David Jetton Alton lVlitchell Don Vernon Terry Owen Russell Dorsett Troy Raborn Brian Warren-lVlanager Senior Tomcats insworth - Captain W ne Sellers - C 3V AI 'Breland Bobby Fairle Boyd Flurry Jack Fore Terry Hunt Tommy Lee Bm Rabbi! Gomez Parker Tommy Parker Not pictured Darrell Bond Varsity Cheerleaders Front: Dianne Ervin, Gabrielle Davis, Sue Owen, Denise lVlclnnis, Wanda Woodward, Carmen lVliIler. Back: Beth lVliller, Gayle Roberson, Tami Scarbrough. Junior cheer eaders kick up their heels during a pom pon dance to "Notre Dame." On a cold nig1t after a recent attack of appendi- citis, Tami Scarbrough seeks refuge under her jacket. 64 ,MQ MT Senior Cheerleaders i Appearing as a witcn, Carmen 'iVIi ler goes over to capture a footoa p ayer to use in T1e cheerleaders, tiny specks on t1e fie d the Halloween skit. stir up spirit in the stands. 65 Football season got under way quickly as the second day of school brought the beginning of football games. Those first few games were hot, muggy and WET and left everyone wishing for cooler weather so they could pull out thick blankets, mittens and hot chocolate. But alas, the season went on, the Tomcats winning, but the weather re- maining warm. Finally it cooled off, just in time for the last three games of the season. The contrariness of the weather did not seem to bother the Tomcats. T1ey finished off a great season with a record of 8-2 and the title of 1975 Pickle Bowl Champs. 5 !g'!f l 22 V X , K f l x ww 'A M ff f tpw, ' -, MPM-:LT ,,..,.,,Mff . mwl55i5?+"7T."'..I.'Tf""""' 'Will is ,-,,W, " M -l Mfiizg, 3 ' 'v 5 ',, 49241 sf if f 0. 9 ,.::,. F r .'. i ,f .f :'5'f Three points are added to t1e E2 Football Highlights The referee swiftly steps aside as Larry Fletcher races toward him led by Wayne Sellers. Ulf " f S ..::mu':: lx - 2: 4332 Stiles...-'F , - im' In-n 3 if! ff it llfi E I ags gg SCOYG 35 Jim Price kicks 3 'cle d . Fearful as to wwat the next play may aring, t1e fag gir s goal- watc1 and wait, noping for the best. 66 During a game tie cweerleaders keep t1e spirit going. C l -ik After a 1uddle, t1e Tomcats get in position to defend tieir goal. Protecting t1e ball, Steve Thieman runs to block out an opponent. . . L.. 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' ,pr , at Pg il? 5' fold, . ,l , arr lockage ac ies Bob son wonder '67 :fi-ee 912552-,,14N" H all i El 2 'ef' 2 f f i 1 ' gc H f ' G With a grim look on their faces, Scott Strickland and Ricky Bates watch as the Tomcats are defeat- ed by Brooklyn. After a 1ard practice, tdese p ayers find time to rest and ta k. Lined up against Ocean Springs, the Tomcats pu 68 t the hurt on them. Our teamwork is reflected here as our boys huddle together for a prayer before the game. ug Leaving Lumberton on their knees, George Redeemer flashes by. Instant Replays of the Season Scrambling for more yardage, Larry Fletcher Picks up a block from Wayne Se lers. Heading down the familiar roads to the "pickle field", the bus hauls the team to practice. Assisted by Brian Warren and Qoach Webb, Ricky Bates pain- fully hobbles to the sidelines. Boys' Basketball Kneeling: Tony Weathers, Richard Howze, Larry Grace, Standingi Coaci Join Dickens, Glenn Hunt, van Bond, Scott Strickland, Oran Bond, Danny T1rasher,gJeffrey O'Neal, Mike Fountain, Keith Kirkland, Wendell Weathers, Jimmy lVoore, Al Brelanc. Putting two points on the scoreboard, Jeffery O'Neal goes in for a lay-up. 70 Our Senior Players Ivan Bond Danny Thrasher Larry Grace Wende I Weathers Our 'Cats Are These players watch as their teammates "thunder" to vic- tory . ,s T, i u-ff-ff: in if-till si W Hitting for two points, Larry "The Fuzz" Grace gets assistance from Keith Kirkland and Glen Hunt. The "Cats" put the pressure on the Purvis Tornadoes. 72 on the Prowl Getting up for the rebound, Danny Thrasher gets a little security from Ivan Bond. NF? Getting ready for the showdown, these Tomcats have the pre-game jitters. 73 Girls' Basketball Front: Deobie Fair ey, Susan Dunnam, Charlotte lVloore, Rose Mary Jackson, Back: Coacw Pa Roberts, lca IVlae Ga loway, Pau a Williams, Jucy Wil iams, Tamara Smith, Patricia O'Nea , Gabrie le Davis, Cindy Campbell, Linda Lomax, Debbie Bond. A new play is learned by Cindy Campbell and Paula Williams. 74 Senior Players, Managers and Stats Cindy Campbell Patricia O'Neal Ida llllae Galloway, Debbie Bond, Suzan Stephens, Robin Burton Tomcats Kee P t tttt During a time out, Coach Rob- erts gives twe girls a quick pep ta k. I The Stone Hig1 gir s s1owt1eir cefensive style. 76 When the ball comes down, you can bet the 'Cats will be on top. The Ball Moving Tacing the ball down-court, Paula Wil- liams gets ready to set up for 2 points. Preparing for a game, Cindy Campbell and Linda Lomax know what they have to go out and do. Loo4ing at the basket, Patricia O'lXIeal gets ready to sink a free tnrow. T1e Purvis Tornados couole- team Cindy Campoe l as t1ey watcw Stone score two. 77 Basketball Cheerleaders Penny Nicao s, Dianne Ervin, Wanda Woodward, Beth lVli ler, Denise lVlclnnis, lVleresa Smith, Becky Wwite 4 As Judy Williams sets up the play, Linda Leaping 1igh above 1er opponent, Patricia Lomax moves into position. O' Veal 9GiS UG opening UlO'0ff- 78 ,..,,.,.: i Weat1ers 1 In the huddle the team discusses the next play. Setting up f or two points is Wendell ob. Struggling for t1e ball is a sign of a gooc defensive team. 'I During ha ftime, our c1eerleaders per form difficult stunts 79 S.H.S. Baseball Team i l i Front: Walter Atchison, Brian Bond, Cary Breland, Stuart Compston, Kent Ainsworth, Bobby Billingslea, James Davis, Don Vernon, Kevin Taylor, Second: Jim Price, Frank Cox,l Simon Wilson, Gerald Bailey, Dave Nichols, Wayne Temple, Joey Rouse, lVlark Williams, Raymond Loper, Back: Coach Knight, Don Ainsworth, Russell Dorsett, Danny Batslolln, 'Jeffrey O'Neal, Scott Strickland, Paul Dorsett, Tiger Krohn, Ricky Bates, Ver- non itc e . Senior Players James Davis Don Ainsworth Kevin Taylor 80 Track Team i Front-Len Ga loway, Richard Ramey, Russell Robinson, George Redeemer, Coach Webb Back-Troy Raoorn, Wayne Sellers, O.L. Redmond, lVlike Fountain, Steve Cobb, Eric Rogers, Benny Perritt. 81 Junior Varsity Football Front: Eddie Bardwell, Edwin Cowart, Simon Wilson, David Breland, Raymond Collins, David Nichols, Timmy Roberts, Raymond Loper, Kerry Buckley, JeffAlexander, Greg Smith, Znd: Walter Graham, Len Gay, Ally Chattman, Garvin Weaver, Ricky Farmer, Willie Gowans, Wayne Temple, Robert James, Joey Rouse, Randy Coker, llllaurice Ray- burn, Back: James Green, Woodrow Calloway, Russell Brown, Charles Collins, Russell Jarvis, lVlitchell Hart, Paul Dorsett, Eric Webb, Ronnie lVleadows, Randall Anderson, Eddie Delancey. - Junior Varsity Cheerleaders lgrontz Betty Sue Hegwood, Back: Lorese Taylor, Theresa Walker, Rita Davis, Jacki anzey. "' M lunior Varsity Girls' Basketball Kneeling: Alice Bradford, Alice Anderson, Donna Bond, Standing: Coach Pete Georgian, Stevie O'Neal, Lorese Taylor, Julie Harriel, lna lVloore, Debbie Coker, Jeneane Red- mong, Susan Cooper, Betty Wilson, Sandra Parker, Cynthia Bolden, Wayne Temple, Ray mon Loper. ' Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball Kneeling: Steve Johnson, Simon Wilson, David Nichols, Randy Prescott, Eddie Ramey, Back: Coach Pete Georgian, Marty Dravis, Oscar Vanderbilt, Ricky Stone, Paul Dor- sett, Stevie O'Neal. ftw' m I www: nu f f'YMf, wk! -few mg Mr. and Miss Stone High Scho ol L 1 1 1 86 ' W bskk v: A it 5. S ,.,. , ,... f- 'M 'LL' tii H K": ff., .,.. Alf S ciis ,C ' Don Ainsworth Don, better known to his classmates as "Duck," is the son of lVlr. and lVlrs. Harold Ainsworth. He was a member of the football team during his four years of high school and in his senior year was selected cap- tain and IVlost Dedicated Sen- ior. He also participated in baseball and was active in the "S" Club, -Inter-act Club, Latin Club, and Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes. Connie Yingling Connie is the daughter of Nlr. and lVlrs. Glen Yingling. During her high school years, she has played basketball and participated in various clubs. She was elected to the home- coming court two years and was selected as a senior beauty this year. She is a member of the Echo staff and Co-op. 87 1 E I I r 88 Beauties and Beaus Sandy Strain, James Davis, Wanda Woodward, Beverly Howell, Needham Jones l l Denise IVlcInnis, Wendel. Weathers, Connie Yingling, Wayne Sellers, Don Ainsworth 89 Most Ta ented Q Wayne Sellers-Robin Davis-Peggy Evans-IVlike Fountain Biggest Flirt Doris Hill-G eorge Redeemer-Larry Grace-Denise Nlcinnis 90 Wittiest Eddie Baggett-Kim Marshall-Debbie Fairley if ' ' , f,-, ,,,.kk H. ,Mu Friendliest Needham Jones-Barbara Simmons-Susie Hayden-Don Ainsworth l ,., I l' i Most Courteous Darrell Bond-Connie Yingling-Sandra Huff-Dona d Cole V Most Athletic Wayne Sellers Cindy Campbell wnwmm , Culest Bobbie Wells-Ricky Bates-Leon Jones-Rosemary Jackson Most School Spirit Gayle Roberson-Kevin Taylor Most Intellectual Wendell Weathers-T eresa Holmes Most Appropriately Dressed Larry Fletcher-Linda Lomax-Lynette llllaples-Tommy Lee Most Likely to Succeed Dianne Ervin-Kevin Taylor Most Versatile Darrell Bond-Cindy Campbell Freshmen Class Officers f 5 Sophomore Class Officers 96 lunior Class Officers Senior Class Officers Suzan Stephens, Vice President tary Steve Prescott, Re- porter James Davis, Pres- ident IVIiIlie Boykin, Treasurer Belinda Evans, Secre- Lineman of the Year Jack Fore Pickle Bowl Champs Best Defensive P ay Terry Kro 1n Best Offensive P ay Ricky Bates 98 Cl' el' All-Conference Don Ainswortw, Wayne Sellers, Al Breland Jack Fore Honorable Mention All-Conference Boyd Flurry, Terry Hunt, Bobby Fairley, Tommy Parker Burger King All-Stars 4 l Wayne Sellers, Jim Price, Jack Fore Star Teacher Star Student IVIary Rabby Teresa Holmes Valedictorian Saluiatorian Teresa Holmes Carol Taylor Highest Honors T Front: Robin Davis, Debbie Bond, Dianne Ervin, Second: Evelyn Hickman, Caro Taylor, Dan Parker, IVlillie Boykin, Third: Teresa Holmes, Gina Clement, Steve Greenough. H'gh Honors Front: Robin Burton, Janet Blair, Gail Denson, Wendell Weathers, Second: Brenda Dedeaux, Belinda Evans, Connie Yingling, Back: Kathy Prehoda, Joey Scruggs, Cindy Campbell, Lisa Sicard. Honors Front: Kevin Taylor, Needham Jones, Al Breland, Eric Rogers, Second: Ivan Bond, Jackie Scarborough, lVlary Wells, Angie Colvin, Third: Tommy Parker, Ester Renot, Janice Johnson, Joy Flurry, Barbara Davis, Back: Bill Rabby, Barbara James, Barbara Naramore, James Davis. 0 0' crack 'mE Faculty and Administration Our teachers . . . what a time they have! We students put them through every- thing imaginable! Slipping in Cor out? of class, missing tests, forgetting homework, cracking jokes, disrupting classes . . . Thank goodness they are willing to take the punishment of being trapped in one room with 30 or more of us 175 days a year because without their interest, under- standing and guidance, we would not make it on our own in that crazy, mixed up thing called life. Would the Following People Principal: Mr. Lester Baucum I I H W, ,, Assistant Principal: Mr. Needham Jones Come to the Office . . . lVIrs. Carol Sue Fairley, Secretary lVlrs. Marge Raaby, Guidance Counselor Board of Education l Standing: Jerry Alexander, Attorney Dona d Waits, T. R. Cain, Charles Wi liams, Walter Davis, Howard Parker. Seated: Superintendent J. A. O'Neal. 107 Mrs. Virginia Breland-Language B.S.- Millsaps M.S.-USM Mrs. Mike Cain-Science B.S.-UM Mr. Jessie Chambers-Social Studies B.S.-Alcorn A8.M Miss Betty Davis-English B.S.-UM Mrs. Eleanor Davis-Home Economics B.S.-USM Mr. John Dickens-Coach-Social Stud- ies, Phys.Ed. B.S.-USM Mr. J.S. Foxworth-Agriculture B.S.- MSU Mrs. Diane Hayden-Band B. M.E.-USM Mrs. Betty Hollingsworth-English B.S. -USM lVrs. Jerelene Jones-Chorus B. M. E.- Tillison College lVrs. M.L. Jones-Business Ed. B.S. Alcorn ASQM lVr. John Kirker-Social Studies B.S.- Livingston State, Ala. lllr. Bob Knight-Coach, Social Studies B.S.-UM IVr. Samuel Knight-Mathematics B.S.- A corn ASLM lVr. Clement Ladner-Agriculture B.S. , IV . S.-MSU lVrs. Fredna Madden-Librarian B.S.- UVI lVr. Mike Nelson-Coach, Driver's Ed- ucation B.S.-UM lVrs. Barbara O'Neal-Mathematics B.S.-Arkansas State University 108 - Q :do fill , l l i ..... ,.....,.. . - .L ., L lk -'::gg'x:iif,Q:jiggifEg le i , l X .bin is 5 fi I 5.35.2 '- . .iz 4 . ,V 'J-fiifll il f ul sl' . i i . Q, :sr i . X, . , ll E. l i' , as' il -L if! -Mliugafial... -f' lt 3 l tl rselsiiillll 524 fm.:-l-if..W',, ,Ag fm. ,S-was1.i1"e':.-M-1: .uit . six 5. if 'I 1' 55531 4.21 ig: if a ' B li MES ls: , rf:'1:..1g.A5u:Z. 1 H-if1.ey'agpgf?.,4, rg.. 'g,F'3:QiE,ig?iqj'f1 Si ,5 ll 3 ' la .mf-.1:ii..f. if fm. z sz Wu. e at lf' V9 -4.1.-'e1,1--iw.e'i11-L-.is-.lpzim ii ffl, :rw if if ifu??fse-fiat, 1 1 v-3.1, or , tiiiliw sd' 5 ggi! 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I HE. :'.l: r:1lels,w:a-3.5 .,... ,. lr' S 'fagfi A V gf . - . 25, lla ii! 57: IVE i. , . ll s . 2 lr .. l' ld I ill jll 1 'i Ur 'Elms '1' i' 'H ' ll' 'll1Q"fl a"z X . .V M- v ,X P it 3 ' lx w "1 l lm 'Z J' l V ll " gl si rw if 8,3 i ll l z I mmm fg 2. 3, l 'ef if 3 ' ww-1: f . ,,.,,,, , 7 5122535 ll. A L .?l..lg,? 3 "l"'i5l1ii llilllli il J' Zgjlilllhl tl rl 4 ell? 2 , S 1 ,, . -'wi - X fx .al-Q., , ..1- -E 5-i ya. . 1 L-1,245- u . 2 1. 1 5? 3 ' . Vlrs. Mary Rabby-Science B.S.-USIVI lVIrs. Betty Sue Roberts-Co-op B.S.- USM lVlr. W. P. Roberts-Coach 81 Commerce B.S.-USIVI lVlr. Larry Rouse-Social Studies B.S.- USIVI Vlrs. lVIiriam Saia-English B.S.-IVISU Vlrs. Nina Shaw-Social Studies B.S. , VI.A.-USIVI Vlrs. Eva Ruth Simpson-Mathematics B.S.-USlVI Vlr. Jimmy Webb-Coach, Driver's Ed., 8iP.E.B.S.-IVIC A Vlrs. Elaine Wesson-Science B.S.- VISCW Vlr. Charles Willison-Business Ed. B.S.-USlVl Vlrs. Carolyn Yeager-English B.S.- USVI Who's the loudest? Teachers have the difficult task of de- ciding who gets the stick at this pep rally before the game against Vancleave. 109 Cafeteria Workers Dirty uniforms give Boyd Flurry, Walter Graham and Coach Webb a joo. 110 Not Pictured Dorothy Littlefield, Pearlie Carter, Davis iVlary IVls. Gerald Lane Bond- Speech, Drama, English I B.A.- lVlSU IVlr. Peter Georgian- Civics, Coach B.S.- USIVI lVlrs. Shirley Harris- Speech, English I, ffirst six weeks? B.S.- USIVI lVlrs. Mattie Jemison - Home Economics B.S. - USlVl lVlr. Harper Wilson- Industrial Arts lVl.S.- USM snmons We seniorshave finally reached the end of ourfour yearjourney through high school. This year has been filled with more activities than any other. We posed for portraits, argued over which invita- tion to order, took ACT tests, groaned our way through American Government, and peppered our everyday conversations with plans for the future. We novv pre- pare to graduate, leaving behind our four years of happy memories. We look lorvvard to the days ahead and the things that vve hope to accomplish but we will never for- get the days vve spent here. Donald Nolan Ainsworth Latin Club-2,3,4 S-Club-1 , 1 2,3 ,4 FCA-2,3 ,4 Student Council-2,3 Football-1,2,3A 4 Baseball-1 ,2,3 ,4 Who's Who-1,2,3,4 Charles Edward Alexander FFA-3 ,4 i l Janet Kay Blair Y-Teens-2 Beta Club-1 ,4 Debra Jean Bond Latin Club-1 ,2,3 ,4 Annual Staff-4 S-Club-3,4 FCA-3 Beta Club-1 Science Club-3, 4 Basketball-1 lVIgr.-2,3,4 Flag Corps-4 John Alexander Who's Who-1 ,4 Susan Nell Baker FHA-3 ,4 Ivan Neal Bond A S-Club-2 ,3 ,4 FCA-3 ,4 FFA- 1 ,2,3 ,4 Basketball-1 ,2,3,4 lVlillicent Laverne Boykin Annual Staff-1,3,4 Latin Club-2,3 Beta Club-1 ,3,4 Student Council-1 ,4 Vice- Pres.-4 Band-1 ,2,3 ,4 Sci- ence Club-2,3,4 Flag Corps- 3,4 Captain-4 Band Council Susan Broadus Robin Ann Burton Beta Club-1 ,4 Annual Staff- 1 ,2,3 Paper Staff-1 Y-Teens -2 Basketball Stat.-4 S- Club-4 Albert Monroe Breland FFA-2,3,4 S Club-2,3,4 FCA-3,4 Football 2,3,4 Erma Jean Breland FHA-l,2,3 Tri-Hi-Y-1,2 4-H Club-1 ,2 Cynthia Lynn Campbell Beta Club-1 Class Officer-3 S-Club-1 ,2,3 ,4 FCA-3 An- nual Staff-4 Science Club-3 4 Basketball-1,2,3,4 Most' Valuable Player-1 Homecoming Court-4 Who's Who-1 ,4 Mildred Louise Chapman Select Choir-1 ,3 Y-Teens-3 FHA-1,3 Devotions Comm.- 3,4 Latin Club-2,3 Karen Lynne Cooper Choir-1 ,2 Michael Allen Dale Co-op-3 Band-1 ,2 114 Gina Ann Clement Choir-1 ,2,3,4 Officer-1 Ac companist-2 Latin Club-2,3 4 Y-Teens-2,3,4 Science Club-2,3,4 Beta Club-1,3, 4 Devotions Comm.-3,4 Literary Club 3,4 Band-2,3 Angelea Thea Colvin Paper Staff-1 French Club-3 4 Science Club-3,4 Student Council-4 Barbara Ann Davis Paper Staff-1 ,4 Beta Club-1 FHA-1 Y-Teens-2 Basketball- 1,2,3 Co-op-4 James Gary Davis Science Club-3 Interact Club-2, 3 ,4 Student Counci l-1 , 2 ,3 ,4 FFA-2,3 ,4 Baseball-1 ,4 Who's Who-4 Jacqueline lVIarie DeJarnett FHA-1 ,2,3 Basketball-3 lVIary Gail Denson FHA-4 Paper Staff-4 Robin Denise Davis Band-1,2,3,4 Band Council-2, 4 lVlajorette-3 Drum Nlajorette-4 Annual Staff-3,4 Paper Staff-4 Editor-4 Beta Club-1 ,3,4 Latin Club-1 ,2,3 Science Club-2,3, 4 Y-Teens-2 FHA-1 Devotions Committee-4 Who's Who-4 Brenda Darlene Dedeaux Paper Staff-1 ,4 Beta Club-1 FHA-1 Y-Teens-2 Coop-4 115 Michael Griffin English Science Club-2 FFA-4 Choir-4 Patrice Dianne Ervin Annual Staff-1,4 Student Coun- cil-2,3 Latin Club-2,3 Science Club-2,3,4 Beta Club-1 Class Officer-2,3 S Club-2,3,4 Clfegrlzader-1 ,2,3,4 Who's Who Sharon Yvonne Fairley S Club-2,3 FHA-1,2,3 FCA- 2,3 Cheerleader Alt.-2 Home- coming Court-4 Kelly Jean Finnan Annual Staff-4 Choir-1 Latin Club-2 Science Club-3 Paper Staff-1 116 l Belinda Ann Evans Science Club-2,3,4 Latin Club- 2,3 Beta Club-1 Band-1,2,3,-4 Band Council-4 Annual Staff- 3,4 Editor-4 Devotions Com- mittee-3,4 Class Officer-4 Johnnie lVIae Evans FHA-1 ,2,3 Aritha Joy Flurry Choir-1 Paper Staff-3 Co-op-4 Boyd Edwin Flurry FFA-2,3,4 FCA-3,4 S Club- 3,4 Football-1,2,3,4 Willard Ethel Fore, Jr. FFA-2,3 Q Ida lVIae Galloway FHA-1,2,3 Basketball-1,2 Tri Hi-Y-1 Deborah Ann Ford Band-1,2,3 Paper Staff-1 Co op-4 Kenneth Jack Fore Football-1,2,3,4 FFA-3,4 Annither Gilner Annual Staff-1 Science Club-3 Paper Staff-1,4 FHA-2,4 Larry Kendall Grace French Club-3 Basketball-4 Who's Who-4 Ranae Susan Hardy FHA-1 ,2 Scott Dwayne Harrison FFA-2 ,3 Football-1,3 Band-1 2 Baseball-2 118 Stephen Earl Greenough Beta Club-1,2 ,4 French Club-4 Science Club-2 Literary Club-4 Dale Spencer Griffin Co-op-3,4 FFA 2,3,4 Lance Hartzog Michelle Jean Hatten Y-T eens-2 Science Club-3 Homecoming Queen-4 Co-op-4 Evelyn Juanita Hickman French Club-2 ,3,4 Y-Teens-3, 4 Library Club-2 Literary Club- 3,4 Choir-1 Science Club-3,4 Teresa Carol Holmes Annual Staff-1,3,4 Editor-4 Student Council-1,2 ,3,4 Off.- 3,-4 Literary Club-3,4 Off.-3, 4 French Club-3,4 Off.-3 Latin Club-2 ,3 Off.-2,3 Science Club -3,4 Off.-3 Who's Who-4 Cora Evelyn Hence FHA-1 ,2 ,3 Y-Teens-1 ,2 Pamela Denise Henderson French Club-3,4 FHA-1 ,2 ,3 Y Teens-1,2 119 Beverly Michele Howell French Club-3 Y-Teens-2 Sci- Znce Club-2 FHA-1 Who's Who Sandra Jean Huff FHA-2,3 Paper Staff-4 Who's Who-4 Barbara Ann James FHA-2,3 Beta Club-2 Christine James Basketball 3,4 FHA-2,3,4 120 Terry Hugh Hunt FFA-2,3,4 FCA-4 S-Club-4 Football-1 ,2 ,3 ,4 Baseball-4 Who's Who-4 Gail Jackson FHA-1,2,3,4 Beta Club-1 Class Favorite-4 Janice IVlarie Johnson FHA-1 ,2,3 ,4 Baseball-1 ,2,3 ,4 Needham Robert Jones, JR. Beta Club-3 French Club-3,4 Inter-Act Club-2,3 ,4 Science C lub-2 ,3 ,4 Band-1 , 2 ,3 ,4 gtliflent Council-3,4 Who's Who- Debbie Gail Ladner FHA-1 ,2,3,4 Paper Staff-1 Co-op-4 Y-Teens-1,2 Rory Thomas Lee S Club-4 FCA-4 FFA-3,4 Football-3 ,4 Who's VVho-4 William Robert Jones French-2 Football Stat-4 Choir 4 Ben Frank King 121 Oscar Deloss Lott French Club-3,4 Karen Denise lVlclnnis S Club-2,3,4 Y-Teens-2 FHA 1,2,3 Science Club-2,3 Latin Club-3 Beta Club-1 Cheer- leader-1,2,3,4 Captain-4 Class Officer-2,3 Who's Who-3,4 Senior Beauty-4 Cari Dewayne lVlallett FFA-2,3 ,4 Curtis Walter Nlaney FFA-3 Co-op-3 ,4 122 Lisa Lynne lVIcKenzie Latin Club-4 FHA-1 Science Club-4 Michael lVlcKenzie French Club-3 Co-op-4 Carmen Denise lVliller Latin Club-2,3 Science Club-3 FHA-1 S Club-3,4 Cheerleader- 1 ,3 Co-Captain-4 Homecoming Court-2,4 Kathy Mitchell Y-Teens-3,4 Paper Staff-3,4 FHA-1 ,2 ,3 ,4 Band-1 ,2,3 ,4 Charles Clifton O'Neal French Club-3 Science Club-4 Band-1 ,2 Patricia O'Neal Y-Teens-1,2,3,4 S Club-3,4 FCA-2 FHA-1,2,3,4 Basket- ball-1,2,3,4 Barbara Ann Naramore FHA-1,2 Y-Teens-2,3,4 Latin Club-3 Science Club-3,4 Choir- l,2,3,4 Susan Norris Choir-1 ,2,3 123 Brisco Gomez Parker FCA-4 FFA-2,3,4 S Club-4 Football-4 Daniel Keith Parker Science Club-2,3,4 Latin Club- 1,2,3 Literary Club-3,4 Beta Club-1 Band-1,2,3,4 Who's Who Among Musical Students in American High Schools-4 Dale Allen Peters FFA-3,4 Football-2 Kathy Denise Prehoda Paper Staff-1 ,4 Annual Staff-3 French Club-3 Y-Teens-2 Band 1 ,2,3 ,4 1124 . Milton Raymond Parker FFA-3 lVlelvin Thomas Parker FCA-3,4 FFA-2,3,4 Student Council-4 Football-1 ,2,3 ,4 Basketball-1 William Edmond Rabby Interact-2,3,4 FCA-4 French Club-4 Football-1 ,3,4 Leland Otis Redmond Student Council-1 FFA-3,4 Football-3 Eric Norman Rogers Interact-3,4 Track-3 Terry Lane Rogers Band-1 ,2,3 ,4 Science Club-3 VICA-4 Esther Louise Renot French Club-3,4 Ronda Carol Roberson French Club-3 FHA-1 Y-Teens 2 Beta Club-1 l 125 Thelma Elaine Rustin FHA-1 Annual Staff-1 ,2 Y- Teens-2 French Club-3,4 Paper Staff-1 Gregory Scott Scarborough FCA-2 Football-2,3 lVlarion Wayne Sellers S Club-3,4 Student Council-1 FCA-3,4 FFA-4 Annual Staff- 1 Football-1,2,3,4 Track-3 Who's Who-1,4 Lisa Anne Sicard Y-Teens-1,2,3 Science Club- 3,4 Beta Club-1,2 Latin Club- 2,3,4 FHA-1 Co-op-4 126 Jacqueline S. Scarborough Beta Club-1 FHA-1 Student Council-2 Y-Teens-2 Science Club-2,3 Band-1,2 Thomas Joseph ,Scruggs Science Club-2,3,4 Latin Club- 1 ,2 Band-1 ,2,3 ,4 Brian Kiah Smith Student Council-2,3 FFA-3,4 Science Club-3 Interact-3,4 Donna Cheryl Smith FCA-2 French Club-3 FHA-1,2, 3 Basketball-2 Y-Teens-2,3 Bertha Suzan Stephens Beta Club-1 FHA-1 Latin Club- 2,3 ,4 Y-Teens-4 S Club-4 Band-1,2 Flag Corps-4 Student Council-1 Annual Staff-3,4 Paper Staff-1 Basketball lVlan- ager-4 Rubert Lee Stewart FFA-2,3,4 Hi-Y-1 Interact-2 Patty Ruth Snowden Y-Teens-2,3 ,4 Choir-1 Darrell Glen Speaker FFA-3,4 Football-2 Sandra Colleen Strain FHA-1 ,2 ,3,4 Beta Club-2 ,3,4 Off.-3,4 Drug Panel-2,3 Sci- ence Club-2 French Club-4 Dev- otions Committee-4 Choir-1 ,4 Cheerleader-1,2 ,3 Class Off.-3 Who's Who-4 lVlarcus Bedford Strickland Science Club-1,2 ,4 Latin Club- l,2 Co-op-4 Football-1,2 Baseball-1,2 Basketball-1,2 Who's VVho-2 Photographer-4 Patricia Ann Stringer FHA-1 Choir-3,4 David Thomas Sumrall French Club-2 Annual Staff-1 Papcgr Staff-3,4 FCA-3 Football -11 Carol Lynn Taylor Beta Club-1 FHA-1,4 Off.-4 Y- Teens-2 ,3,4 Latin Club-2 ,3,4 Off.-4 Choir-1,2 Science Club- 3,4 Literary Club-3,4 Off.-4 Student Council-4 Devotions Committee-3,4 William Kevin Taylor Interact-3,4 S Club-3,4 Annual Staff 1 3 4 Pa er Staff l Base- ' I I p ' ball-2 ,3,4 Who's Who-1,4 128 Danny L. Thrasher FFA-3,4 Basketball-1,2,3,4 Lonnie Waddle FFA-2,3,-4 Wanca Jo Woodward Science Club-3,4 S Club-3,4 Frencw Club-3 Devotions Com- mittee-4 FHA-1,3 Homecoming Court-3,4 Cheerleader-1,2 ,3,4 Who's Who-3,4 Connie Gay Yingling Latin Club-2 ,3 French Club-3 Science Club-2,3 FCA-2,3 Co- op-4 Beta Club-1 FHA-1 Annual Staff-4 S Club-3 Basketball-1, 2 ,3 All-Conference-1 Best De- fensive P layer-1 Class Officer- 2 ,3 Homecoming Court-2 ,4 Who's Who-1,2,3,4 Raymond Wendell Weathers Beta Club-1 Science Club-2,3 interact-2,3,4 S Club-2,3,4 FCA-2,3 FFA-l,2,3 Basketball -1,2,3,-4 Who's Who-1,4 lVlary Gayle Wells FHA-1,3 Paper Staff-1 Beta Club-1 Basketball-1 Homecom- ing Court-2 ,3 Who's Who-1,4 129 Kimberly Rose Edwards Latin club-1 ,2,3,4 off.-4 FHA-2,3,4 Science Club-1 2,3,4 Paper Staff-4 Band-1 , 3 Choir-2 Robert Clinton Fairley Football-1,2,3,4 Baseball-1, 2,3,4 S Club-2,3 FFA-2,3 FCA-3,4 Steven Wayne Prescott FFA-2,3,4 Off.-3 VICA-4 Baseball-2 The "mainest men" of Stone High shoot the breeze at break. Senior Class Favorites Needham Jones, Gail Jackson, lVlary We ls, John Alexander As the daily routine goes on, Mark Strick- While awaiting her turn at the Senior Beau- land keeps Rhonda Robertson and Pam ty Pageant, Sharon Fairley practices pi- Henderson occupied. voting. 131 Guarding t1e goodies at the mini-carniva is the job of Larry Grace and Jim Price. T1e 12 finalists return to the stage, allowing the judges a final oo . And the homecoming dance tnunders on . . . Students do their favorite steps to the blare of the rock music. ,QM V M iam l "Ya'll yelll" Denise lVlclnnis urges the seniors on at the pep rally before the Ocean Springs game. JU IORS We juniors have almost made 'L . ' k up to the seniors, but novv can 'look dovvn to the two lasses beneath us. We are con- idered "older kids" and vve love very minute of it. This year vve hose our class rings and strug- led through American History. e worked hard on our magazine ales and became the only class o go overour goal. Undoubtedly ur junior year has been one of he best. r ' o the top We may still have to Eugene Alexander Jerry Anderson Francis Anglin Sharon Anthony Walter Atchison Eddie Baggett Ricky Bates Danny Batson Barbara Baxter Bobby Billingslea Florence Blue Clifford Boggs Leniar Boggs Willie Boggs Bambi Bond Belinda Bond Brian Bond Darrell Bond Faye Bond Oran Bond 134' luniors Reach Their Goal 'ir' X ' ""' ,:., I sl ffm. :fi ffl sf' l elf l l gglgiyw 5 is l g 'flllli .5 i Siiifffuz-5:91 - ' !1,I..l12r.J.i I l ..v-- - .,,...,fi,1f 'E - s-get i-1 .1 L ,,., - 2. , 2 gizEi25t.f'Ege'1' lc-f ssfiag1: ffi'A f '- z'gL-fast ii iirfeass' -2 - 2112? .,.f:.x' f .f:ie1'..- 24 . me A -af N: ,,-15,-.. , Q wgl' wiv "Wa 1 1 . ' 4. lwssztft'3ggggwi1 , fl fi . .,,.. U, ..., f,,eW.s,. wif-, 1 Q y tr .ara fy ei, 4 , ,V-5,3 is Q .... ii ----- nslg 'wg sgizi + " 5:2 amends :rsh K ,A . .mg M 2 s x 1 1 5. ei: ii! W? Exim- Q. - A ,. Q- . 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We're just taking it easy and having a good time. This year most of us took biology. VVe out up frogs and drew pretty pictures for lVlrs. Rabby. Alot of us learn- ed to parallel park in Driver's Ed. land alot of us took Driver's Ed. but didn't learn to parallel parkll We slid through our courses and kept things lively. . . and we keep in the back of our minds that we're halfway through! Sophomores Reach IVI 1 ke Bard wel I F " Aft' Cla B099 S it 'P f mga' a H n' I .ig 53. - i . - .-it 1: L ,zssv,v13gwzE: A .1 bi: L:,,,:s--sf E- Wi' , wggfzg-1:33 -1' nfgabffggii E--ity" . ,fait ' "iw we, .gn 'e 11, .kg , 15 -J , Mif . 1,1--4u'.i if G22 a n inf.- tri -iff? ,pi2iefig1f15ife1'f'iififilii i?""E' gi? iim,1gisf'.::iii1 Iiiiifffm 'iieffr vi! a 1 ,BMW ifQQi?!i39z?f55i2:.f?i- ' ,iisiff exe .L f iff 45155 S lift if.. '. 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Simpson gives up as Rambling onas usual, Debbie Dixie Loper and Terri Meadows seem to Coker pauses for a picture. be the only attentive students in her class. 155 K- fr, -fV,- ..,,,. , ..., , V, ENC Webb W , - l , -l-Olly Wlllte s s - ., at ' - ' ',,, ' ,,- l ., Richard Whittington r l or it l Darlene Wh' tile ttt F , V , ZW' so ttttttttt Dwight Williams Shedee Williams Tom Williams Betty Wilson Simon Wilson A 3 ' W . . f. f fihWr .2-Htl r I ,. - I VVk,o 1 e ls? s 1 gigs ff 5 l m i " YQ-'fl fa. L tiii. i Q. V I. Arthur Woodward Freshmen Class Favorites Randy Coker, Woodrow Calloway, Theresa Chandler, Lorese Taylor 156 DVERTISE Altiougi the advertising section is not the most popular one ofthe yearbook, it is one of me most important. Without the contributions made by these busi- nesses, it would have been impossible to produce this ecition of the Echo. At this ' time we would ike to thank all ofthe ' kind merchants w1o gave us their help, and we urge all students to patronize their businesses. - Compliments- ' of Ivy Lott Tax Assessor I Clark Auto Parts 701 N. Magnolia Dr. Wiggins , lVls 39577 Phone - 928-4282 or 928-4381 Ernest Yeager 'and Sons Wiggins, lVls Alexander's Garage General Auto Repair 105 North Parker St. Wiggins Phone-928-4250 E. Bufkin's Department Store A Ready to Wear C.Y. Burton Equipment and Appliance Wiggins, lVls D.C. Dorsett Florist 1,24 VV. Pine Ave Wiggins, lVls 39577 7 , L.lVl. Breazeale,Owner ' ' Breazeale Furniture and Appliances Complete Household Furnishings Sold on E-Z Terms Phone 928-4872 WigginsWBg'D Timco, Inc. Wiggins, lVls Creosote Posts Poles - Timber J. B. Newton lVletro Taylor The camera forces lVlrs. O'Neal's first period Algebra ll class out of their con- K- F- centration. - City of Wiggins Wiggins, Mississippi 39577 Earl Danzey Charles Davis lVlayor E. J. Hall Board of Aldermen Forrest Evans Billy Ervin Rossie Baggett Billie Hatten - Clerk Jack Parsons - Attorney Tom lVlatthews - Judge Joel A. Simpson - Nlarshall Q. Richard Tice - Fire Chief 'X T R.o. 159 Skinner's Florist 814 N. Magnolia Dr. Wiggins HalI's Food Mart Since 1929 .NI. Foodland and Kwik Stop Open 7 days a week L. lVI K. F . 84 S.S. Taylor's Gulf Tires-Batteries 928-9653 W.L. Taylor Owner QIDQID V Cabin Kitchen Fish-Hush Puppies Hwy "Good Luck Wiggins Seniors" From Fantasy Fabrics ' B.E. Wiggins, lVls. BB Congratulations to the Seniors class of 1976 Western Auto Associated Store Andress Johnnie and Auto Parts Loyce West 435 4th St. Phone-928-3911 Colonial Baking Company Good things are goin' on 12.00 Pass Road Gulfport, lVls. S.S. A tardy class keeps this group waiting out side the door. cash 84 carry Allen Walters The Ranch Wholesale Building Supplies Paneling - Lumber - Tires Fire Places - Plywood - Roofing Paint Phone 601-928-7768 Highway 49 S. Wiggins, lVIs. 39577 S.S. 84 R.D. Compliments of Bank of Wiggins Wiggins, lVls "Safety and Service Since 1916" Member F.D.l.C. K.F. B B R.M. Hendrick Graduate Supply House Jackson, lVIs Representing Herff-Jones Company Class Rings-Invitations Diplomas-Year Books- Caps and Gowns 84 Wrlson s Rexall Drugs Prescrrptron Specralrsts Compliments Frrst Natronal Bank Wlggrns Grow with your home owned bank D.E. S.G. ' I PhOl'leI Wiggins, 'VIS of of G.D White's Pharmacy Prescriptions Cosmetics Gifts .Iiffy Mart Hwy - 49 S owner - Billy Ervin gas - groceries Bait D.E. Compliments of Edwi na Taylor's Beauty Shop "Good Luck Seniors" compliments of a Friend Your Professional Friends Of Wiggins 4.13. , J lvl Compliments to the Senior Class of 1976 Mini WWW xyuv' Q "fu y no I Wm- 1 .R ,all Wt W " X iwtiimfiiwlf' Lane's Discount B k h Drugs T n h B bby L ne, Reg PH Way! G C d Wag a Bag BIackweII's Grocery c d c , , , Skinner s Florist Mrs. R.M. Dorsett F I in H.C. Davis Ph s LIVI We gro mo e You cant have 1 forest without trees and we plant millions each year but todays forest must be managed to provide more th in We grow our owm fuel We re already providing., ibout -10 t our energy needs from our own process wastes We re also committed to reducing the amount of fuel we purchase by 15 over that purchased two years ago We grow other people s trees Through our Landowner Assistance Pro gram we provide timber management advice to mdivldual landowners who want to xncrease the productivity of their forestland We grow alllgators and red cockaded woodpeckers We don t grow them so much as we pro vide suitable habitat that allows these endangered species to grow We ve been than ws' PCGS helping Arkansas and MISSISSIPPI re stock alllgators in remote areas of these states to help restore the balance of nature We help the woodpeckers grow by leavlng We grow boxes And clrtons 'md contamers and paper md plywood and hundreds of other paper and wood products Our researchers stay busy creating new products and xmprov ing old products for use ln homes hospi tals and schools We grow Super Trees We plant more trees than we harvest Many of the trees we plant grow straight er taller faster and are healthier than trees before them These are the Super Trees developed over years of scientntic research We grow managed forests A well managed forest not only provides us with a good timber crop it also builds and protects the soil preserves the water shed helps prevent floods provides a suitable habitat for plants and wildlife absorbs carbon dioxide releases oxygen hunting and fishing There s more to man aging a forest than lust planting trees INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY We grow more than trees. ,. , .r' .. 2 -4,- Jif ' 09.4. ,... 4 45 'x 9 '- L , . L i L I I e l - f . - , ' ' r 1 s x I I 3 . . . . ' I 1 x x I 1 ' I just wood. their nesting trees alone. and provides recreation, camping, hiking, ' ' ' ' L 'lb o' . . ' 1 . ' L I I i . -T I 1 , T 1 i HX, ' ' - I . , . I I ' 1 1 ' I i . . , - - - ' 4-I 3- Jefferson Davis Campus - Gulfpo f--'G morn:-H0-f-'sL. -- " --O3--O "W 3 og O-mQ.LQ"'OO3g 'O 3 ,-.. 3 Q3sn... O H-so vfa-fg,,fD'O"gs' 6' Om f-P ."'FD'-an--2 f-1-C4320 .-so o'f""' IF39-lOO'1 3-jill-lDf+ Q'D"'13 3'w:05a'o -nfp...-.X4-h ,.,....SDl-QUTO '2fDc?o'3m9:O- oQ.m-,. 2'.g3fDnl2oUo'f53gOS 3 D . UTQJ' -. -.. mo 'fb-S201 5 Dom. rbgy 33 .1 -:OSD1 :rm 5 Q2 roto mc mgm Q.-mQ- '13 1 --mm ro romivfl-9,"" Q I :mess-D520 Egg O O- H-m m 0 --m -n FD 3-um: 5110-um mn, Silm 4-r 'mfr U23 1-'-I mm Il CD 3 TIME to think about Which College? Selecting a college is a personal matter. And the de- cision shouldn't be hastily made. There are things to con- sider. Like which programs of study are available? And are they the right ones? Cost is Coast has to offer, to help make the decision: Which Col- lege? lt could Be Gulf Coast. Perkinston Campus - Perkinston Stone High Band 1975-76 lVIarching and Concert 5-5 d B.L. Flags lVlillie Debbie B. Suzan Becky Judy Denise Rifles Judy Lisa Rissa Drum Majorette Robin Lynette Debbie Pam Belinda Wanda Becky Lillian Stone High Athletic Booster C lub an Auxiliary d Ladies' Booster Frosty Mug "Backing the cats" PAI and Bettie Roberts owners BB Wherever Charles Collins, Lonnie Till- man, and George Redeemer are, you can be sure they're having a good time! ...Di ...H Q X Coast Coca-Cola Gulfport, lVls S S Hood Lumber Company of Wiggins a subsidary of lvlasonite Corporation - Hood Industries Division O. Box 546 Wiggins, lVIs 39577 Telephone: A.C. 601 928-4428 Manufactures of Kiln Dried Southern Pine Lumber llllember SFPA - SPID - IVIPIVIA S.S OF , usqw 265, S en i ors Celebrating Our Nation's 200th Birthday 167 I Star Chevrolet K.T. Wiggins 179 North lVlagnolia Dr. Phone 928-4442 Wiggins, lVIs B.D. Compliments of a Professional Friend Stopping between classes to grab a book, Patricia Stringer and Barbara Naramore share a laugh. .Burchfield's First Street Wiggins, lVls Congratulations to the Class of 1976! Hall's Firestone 401 East Pine A.L. Smith Distributor Gulf Oil Co. U. S. Products Wiggins , lVIs Sears Authorized Merchant Store 928-7223 Davis Brothers Inc. Wiggins Nlississippi 39577 Compliments of Stone County Jaycees Stone Savings and Loan 670 Current Dividends Compounded Quarterly First llllontgage Real Estate Loans Wiggins, Mississippi These boys work hard during their Ag. B B 84 period. Southern Pine Wood Preserving, In Creosote or Penta Pressure Treated Products C. P.O. Box 636 College Avenue Wiggins, Mississippi Pine Bark MDE. Bond Mulch E.D. Bond 601-928-7171 D.B. C0mIOlim9fit5 Compliments of of a Ona lVIae Willingham Friend Chancery Clerk T.H. T.H During morning break, Xleedham Jones pauses from drinking 1is milk to smile at t1e camera. Owen Logging Contractor K.F. B.B. Charles Wiggins SP UI' Hwy. 26 East Wiggins, lVIiss. 39577 Checkerboard Cafe 81 Donut Shop Birthday Cakes Recreation Room in rear . . . D.B. Antics after a pep ra.ly .4eep this group interested. First Magnolia Federal Savings and Loan :Association I Wiggins Office 2766 s. Magnolia gWiggins, IVIissis'sippi 39577 For all your Pinewood Restaurant insurance needs, See ' Highway 49 - Wiggins Stone County Insurance Agency, Inc. R. D, 5 Phone - 928-4691 Wiggins, MS Country Club Cafe George Forest Baringer Evans Fine food f0l' 928-4529 928-4537 fine people B HerscheI's Freshmen Gulf s Perkinston and IVIs Sophomores TayIor's Food Store H and R Inc. Carrier - Air Temp R.D. S Perkinston, Nls Heating and A.C. .S. 1 A.D. Hart- B.W. Redmond 928-4438 S.S. R.D. 5 5 172 Stone County Enterprise Official Organ of Stone County Member Mississippi Press Association National Newspaper Association Published Every Thursday Stone County Enterprise, Inc. P.O. Box 157 Editor as. Publisher Wiggins, 'VIS-' 39577 Advertising Beverly Yingling D.C. CLibby7 Thompson Dee's Building Supply Billie Alexander and John Dees Phone: 928-4682 Activity period is the best time of the day for many students. G.D 173 l C.Y The End of a Year . At the beginning of the school year, time seems to drag by. School and all the activity it brings pile up on everyone. The end is never in sight. . . we just endure it day by day. Suddenly, though, we wake up and find out that summer is near and another school year has disappeared into our past. Yes, the endless days that inched by so slowly are gone and in looking Jack, we feel like maybe, just maybe, they went by a little too quickly af- ter all. During morning break, Windy Waits and Carolyn Lyons read over their notes. 174 6th Period typist peck away at their typewriters. Water drips from Dianne Ervin's These QUVS Walt for the bell to face after dunking for apples. Ying f0l' 6th IOe"'0d- A group of students gather be- hind the gym. It isn't unusual to see these people sitting on the breezeway l Another year has ended. The year 1975-76 will never repeat itself. Old Stone High may not change much in the years to come. The classrooms we spent so much time trying to get out of wi ll remain pretty much the same. The cafeteria that we splattered with English peas and catsup won't vanish into the past. The gym where we got hoarse voices every Friday during football season will be here many more years. Even though the building won't change, the faces will. Never again will all of us, the 1975- 76 classes of Stone High, be together as a unit. Hungrily, Raymond Loper devours his lunc Discussing their English assignment for the next day, these girls decide to shut down. 178 Gathering under a tree, these boys take a break from class. Cheerleaders portray pickles in an origina skit before the Pickle Bowl. i 2 f ' Q . , f Q' I I , - 1 . Ready to challenge the camera, Willie Boggs gets some help from Charles IVlonroe and Walter Lee. The scoreboard shows a slight lead for our team dur- ing a hotly contested game. 179 This year is over. All that's left are memories. IVlemories of happy times and some of sad ones linger in the back Hopefully this little journey through the year has helped recall some of those memories. Perhaps it has brought to mind some little occurrence that you had long for- gotten. As you looked through this book we hope helped you relive your school year of 1 975-76 rim gl The seniors set t1 thers' solo. Skillfully, Jane IVlclVlurphy and Cindy Redmond make Thanksgiving baskets for the Convales- cent Home. 180 The familiar sign at t1e corner of Stone Hig will always be rememaered. of our minds. that it has e rhythm for Wendell Wea- Tomcats' spirit rises as high as the fames of the Homecoming bon-fire. T1e empty ha s of Stone ec1o on Whooping it up on the basketoall bus, the players celebrate a victory. memories. 181 Ainsworth., Don, 3 ,27,35, 37,39,42-43,61-62,80, 86-87,89,91 ,'98,112 Ainsworth, Kent, 38,43 ,80, 96,142,146 Qexander, Blake, 142 exander, Eddie, 10,37, 12 IDZDIDJPZDI-I exander, Eugene, 37,134 exander, Jeff, 43,82,15O exander, Jerry, 107 exander, Joe, 37,150 exander, John, 12,25, 112,131 A exander, Kim, 39.150 Altman, Eleanor, 39,150 Amacker, Wanda, 32,41, 51-52,142 Anderson, Alice Fay, 83, 150 Anderson, Clifton, 150 Anderson, Jerry, 41,134 Anderson, Johnny, 142 Anderson, Randall, 81,150 Anglin, Kathy, 56,134 Anthony, Sharon, 134 Armstrong, Robin, 150 Atchison, Walter, 37,43, 80,134 Atkinson, Jessie Lee, 36, 142 Bacon, Paul, 142 Baggett, Eddie, 8,42-43, 61,82,91,134 Bailey, Gerald, 80 Baker, Susan, 112 Bardwell, Eddie, 60 Bardwell, Linda Gayle, 150 Bardwell, llllichael, 27,43, 61,142 Bates, Ricky, 7,42,61, 68-69,80,93,98,134, 140 Batson, Danny, 11,27,33, 35,37,80,134 Baucum, lVlr. Lester, 14, 24-25,106 Baucum, Paige, 39-40,48, 52,150 509951 BOQQS, 140 BOQQS, BOQQS, 134 Bo s, 99 Boggs d Articia, 36,142 Clifford, 29,134, Ellis, 150 Leniar, 28,45,56, Ray, 142 Willie 60 134 179 Bol en, Cynthia, 83,150 Bond, Arlene, 41,56,96, 142 Bond, Bambi, 32-33,35- 36,39-41,43,45,97,134 Bond, Belinda, 27,51-52, 134 Bond, Brian, 41,43,80, 134 Bond, Darrell, 37,43,61, 63,92,95 Bond, David, 37,142 Bond, Debbie, 7,33,42, 45251-53,74-75,100, Bond, Bond, Bond Bond Donna, 83,150 Edith, 39,150 , Faye, 39,134 , lVls. Gerald Lane, 110 Bond, Henry Lee, 48,52, 150 Bond, Ivan, 37,42-43, 70-71,73,101,113 Bond, Jean, 142 Bond, Jill, 38,142 Bond, Joel, 142 Bond, Oran, 37,70,134 Bond, Patricia, 35,40,135 Bond, Ruby, 142 Bond, Shelia, 150 Bond, Sidney, 150 Boone, Carl, 3 Bowman, Karen, 150 Boykin, lVlillie, 32-33,36, 40-41,44,48-49,51-53, 97,100,113 Bradford, Alice, 36,83, 150 Bre and, Al, 37,42-43, 61-62,70,98,101,113 Bre and, Annette, 135 Breland, Sandra, 135 Breland, Teresa, 40,135 Breland, lVlrs. Virginia, 38, 39,43,108 Broadus, lVIarcus, 150 Broadus, Susan, 113 Brooks, Walter, 150 Brown, Kenneth, 48,52, 150 Brown, Rosell, 82 Brown, Sandra, 36,135 Buckhalter, Robert, 150 Buckhalter, Vera, 36,142 Buckley, Kerry, 82,150 Buckley, Terry, 61,142 Burchfield, Judy, 34-35, 38,40-41,45,51-52,135 Burton, Robin, 40,42,75, 101,113 Butler, George, 135 Butler, Kenneth, 151 Butler, IVlargaret, 151 Butler, Nena, 151 Byrd, Phyllis, 41,143 Cain, lVIrs. lVlike, 29,41, 108 Cain, lVlr. T. R., 107 Calloway, Woodrow, 82, 151,156 Cameron, Barry, 15,26,42, 43,61,143 Campbell, Cindy, 22,25, 41e42,44-45,74-75,77, 92,95,101,114 Campbell, John, 151 Carlisle, Ben, 151 Carlisle, Cheryl, 143 Carroll, Stanley, 135 C1ambers, James, 151 C1ambers, IVlr. Jessie, 108 Cwandler, Theresa, 27,29, 36,56,151,156 Cwapman, Dennis, 143 Ciapman, Illlildred, 34,41, 43,114,176 Ciatman, Allen, 82,151 fgk, IVlona, 48-49,52, C 1 Clement, Gina, 36,39-41 , 5 Baxter, Barbara, 36,39, Bre and, Belinda, 36,150 6-57,100,114 134 Bre and, Carl, 41,150 C ement, Lynn, 36,40-41, Beach, Raymond, 142 Bre and, Cary, 80,142 43,56,143 Billingslea, Bobby, 61,80, Bre and, David, 43,82,150 Cobb, Joe, 37, 143 134 Bre and, DeSha, 13,32, Cobb, Steve, 5,42-43,61, Blackburn, Helen Ann, 142 48,52,150 81,135 Blair, Janet, 40,101,112 Bre and, Erma, 36,113 Cobb, Wanda, 138 Blue, Florence, 36,103, Bre and, Karen, 2,39,150 Cochran, Karen, 151 134 Bre and, lVlichael, 150 Cochran, Steve, 143 182 Coker, Deborah, 83,96, 151,155 Coker, Randal, 82,151, 156 Cole, Donald, 25,32,34- 35, 37,40-41 ,43,45,56, 92,135 Collins, Charles, 33,82, 167 Collins, Raymond, 82 Ccilalin, Angie, 32,38,101, 1 Compston, Stuart, 80,143 Coole, Brian, 32,48,1i51 Coole, Jeff, 39,143 Cooper, Austin, 37,143 Cooper, Hollis, 151 Cooper, Renee, 151 Cooper, Karen, 114 Cooper, Susan, 83,151 Copeland, IVlarshall, 48,52, 135 Corbett, Diana, 36 Cowart, Edwin, 82,151 Cox, Frank, 32,35,38,61 , 80,143 Dale, Keith, 135 Dale, lVIichael, 135 Dale, lVIike, 114 Dale, Tracy, 11,135 Daniels, Tammy, 136 Danzey, Jackie, 6,39,82, 151 Davis, Barbara, 34,,41, 101,115 Davis, lVIs. Betty, 35,108 Davis, Dale, 41,136 Davis, IVlrs. Eleanor, 36, 108 Davis, Gabrielle, 36,42, 44,64,74,103,136 Davis, James, 24,27,32, 37,80,89,97,101,115 Davis, lVlary, 110 Davis, Rita Lee, 42,82, 151 Davis, Robin, 34,40-41, 43,45,48-49,52-54,90, 100,115 Davis, Todd, 5,23,60,151 Davis, Dr. Walter, 107 Dearman, lVlary, 34,143 Dedeaux, Barney, 143 Dedeaux, Brenda, 34,41, 101,115 Dedeaux, Ricky, 152 Dejarnett, Harriett, 36,40, 48,52,152 Dejarnett, Jackie, 115 Dejarnett, Willie, 102 Delancy, James E. , 60,82, 152 Denson, Gail, 36,101,115 Dickens, lVIr. John, 2,70, 108 Dorsett, Paul, 80,82-83, 152 Dorsett, Russell, 15,35, 37,43,61,80,143 Dravis, IVIartin, 39,83,152 Dravis, IVlike, 143 Dunnam, Susan,38,41,74, 96,143,145 Easterling, Pam, 7,27,35- 36,45,51-52,136 Ecroyd, Betty Lou, 152 Edwards, Kim, 34,36,39, 41,130 English, lVlike, 4,37,56, 116 Ervin, Dianne, 41-42,44- 45,64-65,78,95,100, 116,175 Evans, Belinda, 41,43-44, 48-49,52-53,97,101, 116 Flurry, Boyd, 37,42-43, 61-62,98,110,117 Flurry, lVIarcella, 152 ' Ford, Debbie, 41,117 Ford, Johnny, 144 Fore, Dennis, 136 Fore, Greg, 152 Fore, Jack, 61-62,98-99 117 Fore Pete 117 Fountain, Danny, 37,152 Fountain, lVlike, 15,42,61 70,81,90,136 Foxworth, IVlr. J. S., 37, 108 Galloway, Ida lVlae, 36,74- 75,117 Galloway, Leonard, 61,81, 142 Gay, Len, 37,43,82,152 Georgian, IVlr. Peter, 83, 110 Gilliam, Laveries, 136 Gilner, Annither, 36,118 Goins, Willie Lee, 82,152 Gordon, Deora, 144 Grace, Larry, 70-72,90, 118,132 Evans Evans Evans 1 16 Evans Evans Evans 1 16 air ey Evans Fair ey F . Fair ey 107 5 51- Fair ey Fair ey Fair ey Fair ey Fair ey Fair ey 2 Carla, 25 Chad, 3,143 Johnnie lVlae, 36, , -Carla, 25 Chad, 3,143 Johnnie lVlae, 36, Peggy 90 ', Athera, 143 , Bobby, 62,98,130 , lVlrs. Carol Sue, , Debbie, 36,42, ,74,91,136,138 , Dorothy, 152 , Elween, 144 , Joseph, 152 , Priscilla, 144 , Robert, 144 Grady, Steve, 152 Graham, Walter, 60,82, 110,152 Gray, Eunice, 144 Green, James Edward, 82 Greenough, Steve, 29,34, 36Q38,40-41,45,100, 11 Griffin, Dale, 41,118 Griffin, Joseph Errol, 152 Gunter, Deborah, 40,144 Hancock, Brian, 37,152 Hancock, Keith, 37,136 Hardy, Ranae, 36,118 Harriel, Julie, 83,96,153 Harris, Debra, 153 Harris, lVlrs. Shirley, 110 Harrison, Scott, 118,135 Hart, lVlitchell, 82 Hartzog, Lance, 119 Fair ey, Sharon, 26,36, 116,131 Farmer, lVIona, 152 Farmer, Ricky, 82,152 Finnan, Kelly, 45,116 Firth, Carole, 152 Fletcher, Larry,'27,61,66- 67,69,94 Flurry, Joy, 21,41,101, 117 Hatten 136 Hatten Hatten Hatten , Erna, 48,52,56, , lVlelissa, 153 , lVlichele, 24,119 , Ray, 10,144 Hayden, lVIrs. Diane, 49, 55,108 Hayden, Susie, 22,27,35- 36,39,41-43,91,97, 136,140 183 Hays, Robert, 41,136 Heath, Reginald, 144 Hegwood, Betty Sue, 82, 153 Hence, Cora, 36,119 Henderson, Pam, 38,119, 131 Henderson, Sylvia, 56,153 Hester, Jim, 144 Hickman, Barbara, 144 Hickman, David, 144 Hickman, Elaine, 153 Hickman, Evelyn, 35-36, 38,41,100,119 Hickman, Freda, 35,41, 136 Hickman, Hickman, Kenneth, 153 Hickman, Lowery, 144 Hickman, Roger, 144 Hickman, Ruth, 36,38,136 Sarah 153 Keith, 136 Hickman, , Hill, Cindy, 6,56,153 Hill, Danita, 35,41,136 Hill, Doris, 90,153 Hill, John, 48,52,144 Hinton, Vernon, 153 Holliman, Bonnie, 144 Hollingsworth, IVIrs. Betty, 10,43-44,108 Holmes, Eddie, 37 Holmes, Susan, 39-41,43, 45,52,136 Holmes, Teresa, 32-33,36, 38,41,44,94,99-100, 119 Howell, Beverly, 89,120 Howze, Richard, 70,144 Huff, Sandra, 36,92,120 Hughes, Gary, 144 Hull, Debbie, 153 Hunt, Ben Allen, 153 Hunt, Glenn, 37,70,72, 136 Hunt, Terry, 23 ,37,61, 63,98,120 Husband, Willis, 136 Jackson, Gail, 11 ,36,120, 131 Jackson, Rose lVlary, 74, 93,153 James, Barbara Ann, 101, 103,120 James, Christine, 36,120 James, Erret, 144 James, Robert, 83,153 James, Terri Dianne, 36, 137 184 Jarvis, Russell, 82,153 Jemison, lVIrs. llllattie, 110 Jetton, David, 37,42-43, 61,145 Joinson, Derrick, 153 Joinson, Flint, 37,48,52 145 Joinson, Gerald, 153 Joinson, Janice, 101,121 Jo1nson, Janice Elizabeth, 137 Lee, Walter Ray, 145,175 Lenard, William, 153 Lewis, Bobby, 153 Lewis, Vivian, 36,145 Littlefield, Dorothy, 110 Lomax, Donald, 153 Lomax, Linda, 28,32,42, 74,77-78,94,145,148 Loper, Dixie, 145,155 Loper, Raymond, 43,80, 82-83,153,178 Joinson, Ken, 43,145 Joinson, Lenzey, 37,137 Joinson, Steve, 83 Joinson, Thomas, 4,48, 52,153 Joinson, Vera, 153 Jo1nson, Zanuel, 4,48-49, 52,137 Jones, lVlrs. Jerelene, 57, 108 Jones Leon, 52,54,93, 145 Jones IVlrs. lVlyrtle, 34,108 Jones lVlr. Needham, Sr., 106 Jones Needham Jr 32 Lott, Bruce, 28,34-36, 38-4l,44,137 Lott, Karen, 39-40,145 Lott, Kathy, 52,153 Lott, lVlike, 37,52,137 Lott, 0scar,'38,122 Lott, Rosa, 39,56,153 Lyons, Carolyn, 38,154, 174 Vadden, lVlrs. Fredna, 108 Vlallett, Dewayne, 37,122 IVallett, lVlarilyn, 56,145 Vaney, Curt, 41,122 Vaples, Lynette, 36,45, 51-52,94,103,137 IVarshall, Kim, 91,137 34-35 ,38,40-41 ,'48-49, 52-54,89,91,101,121, 131,170 Jones, Robert, 56,121 Joyner, Juanese, 36,56, 153 Keyseer, Karen, 39,153 Kendrick, Ken, 145 King, Ben, 121 King, Robert, 37,145 King, Ronnie, 145 King, Vernon, 137 Kirker, lVIr. John, 108 Kirkland, Keith, 37,70,72 137 Knight, lVlr. Bob, 60,67, 80,108 Knight, Kenneth, 153 Knight, Illlr. Samuel, 108 Krohn, Terry, 41,43,61, 80,98,137-138 Ladner, Bevon Ray, 153 Ladner, lVlr. Clement, 29, 37,108 Ladner, Debbie, 41,121 Ladner, Jonnie, 137 Ladner, Kathy, 145 Ladnier, Robin, 56,145 Lambert, Cheryl, 137 Lee, Tommy, 37,42-43, 61,63,94,121 lV V artin, Keith, 37,137 artin, Tim, 61,97,137 last, Ray, 37,145 IcCarroII, Willie, 37 cganiel, lVlillie, 4,39,52 5 cDaniel, Robbie, 145 cDonald, Dennis, 37,145 cDonald, Janet, 13,36, 03,145 cDonald, Victor, 154 cGehee, Rene, 6,39,145 cHenry, Judy, 36,39-41, 3-44,48,50,137 clnnis, Denise, 10,23, 1-42,65-65,78,89-90, V V V 1 V V IV 1 VcDonald, Ken, 154 V V IV 4 lV 4 1 22,132 lVlcKenzie, Kelly, 39,154 VIcKenzie, Lisa, 39,41, 122 22 VlclVlurph 1 8 y, Jane, 35-36, lVlcKenzie, lVlike, 38,41 , 1 3 VIcQueen, Pam, 154 VlcQueen Vleadows Vleadows , Theresa, 154 , Ronnie, 82,154 , Terri, 36,39, 56,145,155 0 Vliles, R issa, 34,38,4 41,48,50,138 1Viley, Belinda, 154 Viller, Beth, 21,42,64, 78,145 Viller, Carmen, 10,21,26, 41-42,64-65,123 Viller, Lindsay, 29,32, 145 Viller, Randal, 37,138 Vitchell, Alton, 61,145, 154 Vitchell, Kathy, 34-35,48 52,123 Vitchell, Lane, 145 Vitchell, Vernon, 4,80, 146 lVonroe, Charles, 179 lVonroe, Eula, 146 Voore, Charlotte, 74,146 Voore, Ina, 83,154 Voore, Jimmy, 70,96,146, 148 Voore, 0lan, 154 Vlorphew, lVlartha, 48-49, 52,146 Vorrison, Darlene, 35 ,38, 40,146 Vyers, lVIary, 154 haramore, Barbara, 41,101 Overstreet, IVlona, 4,146 Overstreet, Phyllis, 138 Overstreet, Shelia, 146 gglen, Sue, 32-33,36,42 Owen, Terry, 37,42,61 , 146 Owens, Wanda, 138 Pachel, Claudia, 39,48, 52,154 Parker, Dan, 4,36,41,48- 49,52 53,100,124 1 Parker, Gomez, 37,61,63, 124 Parker, lVlr. Howard, 107 Parker, Lori, 32,146 Parker, IVIark, 146 Parker, lVlelinda Sue, 38, 138 ' Parker, lVlike, 37,138 Parker, IVlilton, 124 Parker, Robin, 37,138, 177 ' Parker, Sandra, 83,154 Parker, Susan, 138 Parker, Terry, 154 Parker, Tommy, 25,42-43 61,63 67,98,101,124 Parrish Steve 37 29,41,99,109 I Ramey, Edward, 83 ' Ramey, Richard, 81 Rasmussen, Billy, 37,147 Rasmussen, Jessie, 154 Rasmussen, Valerie, 147 Rawls, Gerrell, 139 Rawls, Terrell, 37,41 - Rayburn, IVIaurice, 43,82 Rayburn, Troy, 37,61,81,- 147 Redeemer, George, 37,42- 43,61,68,81,90,147, 167 I . ,. Redeemer, Larry, 147 , Redmond, Cindy, 5,38,48, 52,97,139,180 Redmond, Jeneane, 83,154 Redmond, 0.L., 61,81, 139 ' Redmond, 0tis, 37,125 Renot, Ester, 101,125 Reynolds, Candace, 2,4.8, 52 Rhodes, Debra, 147 Roberson, Gayle, 42,64, 93,147 g H Roberson, Ronda, 125,131 Roberts, IVlrs. Betty Sue, 123,168 Nelson, IVlr. IVlike, 60,67, 108 hichols, David, 8,80,82- 83,154 Nichols, Penny, 34,38, 78,138 hicholson, Oscar, 61,138 ggrgis Charlotte, 34,37, horris, Susan, 123 0'Nea , A isa, 39-40,146 0bNg:a , lVrs. Barbara, 36, 1 0'Nea , Cwarlie, 41,123 0'Nea , Eugene, 13 0'Nea , Cary, 13,154 0'Nea lVr. J. A., 107 0'Nea Jeffrey, 37,42- 43,70,80,138 0'Nea lVark, 154 0'Nea lVelissa, 38,146, 0'Nea , Patricia, 42,74- 75,77-78,123 0'Nea Robert, 37,39, 138 0'Nea Stevie 83 154 Overstreet, Karen, 36 ,48, 52,146 Parsons, Dana, 35,42-43, 61,139 g A V Patton, Rosa Lee, 36,139 Perdue, Byron, 37,139 Perritt, Benny, 81,1461 Peters, Dale, 124 Peters, Jesse, 147 A Poole, Brian, 154 Pough, Phyllis, 147 ' Powe, Cynthia, 147 Powe, Nakita, 154 ' Prehoda, Kathy, 34,38,41, 48-49,52-53,101,124 Prescott, Randy, 83,154 Pgegcott, Steve, 41,97, 1 Price, Jim, 80,97,99,132 139 ' . ' ' A Price, John, 37,147 Prickett, John, 27,39,147 Prine, Carol, 35,36,139 Prine, Denice, 154 ' Pullins, Dianne, 154 Purvis, Ronnie, 37,139 Purvis, Tim, 48,52,154 Rabby, Bill, 35,38,41- 43,61,63,101,125 . Rabby, IVlrs. lVlarge, 32,107 Rabby, lVlrs. Nlary, 10,27, 41 109 Rotferts, Tam, 12,37,82, 154 , Roberts, iw. wi P., 42, 74,76,109 Robinson, Russell, 42,60, 81,147-148 g . Rogers, Billy, 36,40-43, 61,139 Rogers, Eric, '26,81,101, 125 Rogers , Terry, 48-49 ,52- 53,55,125 Roper, Becky, 35 ,3 8-40, 147 Rossback, Freddy, 155 Rouse, Joey, 80,82,155 Rouse, IVlr. Larry, 109 , Rustin, Elaine, 126 Saia, IVliriam, 40,109 Scarborough Cindy, 48-49 52 Scarborough Ella, 36,38, 147 ' . Scarborough 'Greg,1126 ' I Scarborough Jackie, 101, 126 Scarborough Tami 37 35- 36,41-42,64,13'9 6 Y 185 I Scruggs, Jerry, 52,139 Scruggs, Joey, 39,48,52- 53,101,126 Sellers, Wayne, 61-62,66, 69,81,89-90,92,98-99, 126 Shannon, Susan, 36,56, 147 Shaw, lVlrs. Nina, 109 Sicard, Lisa, 39,41,101, 126 Simmons, Barbara, 36,91, 135,139,140 Simpson, lVlrs. Eva Ruth, 109,155 Sing eton, Carolyn, 36, 139,152 Sing eton, Hazel, 155 Singleton, Willie Nlae, 36, 139 Skinner, Sammy, 147 Smitw, Angie, 4,146,147 Smit1, Anita, 147 Smith, Brian, 35,37,127 Smit1, Donna, 127 llllr. Doug, 60 Smitw, Smith, Elisa, 38,32,40- 41,48,50,52,96,147- 148 Smith, Greg, 82,155 Smith, Kelly, 13,52,155 Smith, Lillian, 16,38,40- 41,48,50,139 Smith, Lori, 34,41,43, 56,147 Smith, lVleresa, 78,147 Smith, lVlr. Noel, 60 Smith, Rebecca, 38,40-41 51,56,139 ' Smith, Roan, 39,48,52, 155 Smith, Sandy, 147 Smith, Tamara Ann, 74, 144,147 Smith, Tamarah Lynn, 147 Smith, Tina, 155 Snowden, lVlary, 56,147 Snowden, Patty, 35,127 Speaker, Darrell, 37,127 Speaker, Donna, 155 Stephens, Jack, 147 Stephens, Suzan, 35,39, 42,45,51-53,75,97,127 Stephens, Tim, 37,139 Stewart, Lee, 37,127 Stone, Ricky, 83,96,155 Strain, Sandy, 36,40,56, 89,128 186 Street, Scott, 25 Strickland, Belinda, 36,147 Strickland, Betty, 56,155 Strickland, Greg, 41,139 Strickland, lVlark, 41,43, 128,131 Strickland, Scott, 32,42- 43,68,70,80,147 Stringer, Patricia, 56,128, 168 Stringer, Theresa, 147 Sumrall, David, 37,61, 128,155 Sumrall, Rebecca, 41 ,48, 50,52,148 Sumrall, Theresa, 155 Taft, Denny, 56,139 Tanner, Ronnie, 37,155 Tay or, Carol, 32,35-36, 39,41,43,100,128 Tay or, Cathy, 140 Tay or, Denise, 35,51-52 140 Tay or, Kevin, 35,42,45, 80,93,95,101,128 Tay or, Lorese, 29,39,82- 83,96,155,156 Tay or, Ricky, 37,140 Tay or, Sarah, 2,48,52, 155 I Temple, Wayne, 37,43, 80,82-83,155 Thieman, Steve, 61,67, 140 Thrasher, Danny, 26,37, 42-43,70-71,73,129 Tillman, Lonnie, 61,167 Torres, Patricia, 32,155 Tullos, lVlichelle, 35,38, 148 Vanderbilt, Kevin, 155 Vanderbilt, Oscar, 27,83, 140 Vernon, Don, 35,43,61, 80,148 . 140 Walters, Annette, 56,148 Warden, Evelyn, 148 Warren, Brian, 35,37,42, 60-61,69,148 Wash, Kevin, 37,148 Wash, lVlary, 36,140 Weathers , Tony, 28,37,43 , 70,148,177 Weathers, Wendell, 26,37, 42,70-71,79,89,94, 101,129,180 Weaver, Garvin, 82,155 Webb, Eric, 37,82,156 Webb, lVlr. Jimmy, 60,67, 69,81,109-110 Wells, Bobbie, 28,93,101, 148 Wells, lVlary, 41,129,131 Wesson, lVlrs. Elaine, 109 White, Becky, 76,145,148 White, Richard, 61,140 White, Tony, 156 Whittington, Kay, 56,156 Whittington, Richard, 156 Whittle, Darlene, 156 Wi banks, Kenny, 37,140 Wi biams, Dwight, 48,52, 15 Wi Jenice 140 iams, , Wil iams, Julia, 39,42,74, 78,140 ' Wi iams, Loretta, 39,140 lVlandy 34,39- Wi iams, , 41,48-49,52,148 Wi iams, lVlark, 80,148 Wi iams, IVlr. Charles, 107 Wi iams, Paula, 35,39- 40,74,77,148 Ni iams, Shedde, 156 Wi iams, Tom, 39,156 Wi iamson, Eddie, 37,148 ison, lVlr. Charles, 33- ,109 Wi son, Betty, 33,83,156 Vreeland, Andy, 140 Waddle, Danny, 155 Waddle, Lonnie, 4,37,129 Waits, lVlr. Don, 107 Waits, Wendy, 29,155, Wi son, lVlr. Harper, 110 Wi son, Ronnie, 148 Wi son, Simon, 32,43,80, 82-83,96,156 Woodward, Wanda, 23,25, 174 Walker, Fonda, 140 Walker, Greg, 35,37,41, 140 Walker, John Ray, 37,155 Walker, Teresa, 39,82, 155 Walters, Alicia, 35,39,41 34,38,42-43,64-65,78, 89,129 Yeager, llllrs. Carolyn, 109 Yingling, Connie, 18,22, 25-26,41,45,86-87,89, 92,101,129 GR F ITI ln putting together the 1976 edition of the Echo, we called on the assistance of many people. Special thanks go to the following: the staff at Gulf Park Yearbook Clinic, who taught our editors everything they know lVlrs. Betty Hollingsworth, our sponsor, who took care of all the technicalities, gave us moral support, and put up with our craziness George Hollingsworth, who gave up his valuable time to take pictures for us lVlark Strickland, who also helped with photography IVlrs. Mary Holmes and lVlrs. Elaine Evans, who put up with staff meetings and the clutter of yearbook materials in their homes IVlr. and lVlrs. 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