Stone High School - Echo Yearbook (Wiggins, MS)

 - Class of 1978

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I-Iurrying from the bus, DeSha Breland ani1dStevie O'Nea1 try to get out of the co . 9'7"- ewnf-J f -I' Spotting the staff photographer, this crew turns their attention from the game . , . sig I 1 Forms in hand, Don Vernon, David Jetton, and joel K I gif.-Z3 V.1Tg'xkQ4,:' Bond stand in line to order their senior supplies. b',L'2L.'a ,- 91 1'-nv' Opening 3 lk L 'flu SLQAL T1 we v I--'W 'libr- 4 Opening .-. f.--,-- - N -Hifi ' .uf f .L :nissan lg K 1if: L , , ,Ante Ordering class rings is an exciting event for these Juniors. Tired of their morning classes, these guys relax during break . Steady now. Balance is the key word while in formation. Durlng a basketball game , Gayle Roberson turns to talk to a friend. "A cal-cu-la-tor, you big dummy. ' ' ' 'Whhhaaaat? ' ' "AW you know. A calculator. A machine that has a lot of different buttons on it that you can punch to add numbers with. Now do you understand? ' ' ' 'Yeah, I reckon so. But why a calculator on the front? Why not something like Uh . . . Uh . . . well, ya know! " "Well, I guess the main reason is that the annual staff liked it and it kinda represents this year at school. I mean, all the things that happened add up to one great year. ' ' "Ya gotta be kidding! Same 'ol school, same 'ol rules- - everything's just the same. Now you tell me what's so great about it. ' ' Opening 5 Mis Buckley, Rita Davis, and jacki nzey pause to rest from a tiring afterschool practice session. Paper staff editors meet to discuss a few last minute details . il' k 1 If 6 Opening NX-,. ' -ug- Even when it's a little too breezy on the breezeway, students enjoy their break. .QS Cheered by fans, , Tomcats race from the locker room. Headed for class, George Redeemer greets a friend. ' 'Well for one thing, we got a badly needed addition to the school - a music department. And both the band and choir have done great at all their contests. And the science museum. All the advanced science students worked real hard on it and it looks great. And then there's the ' 'Little House. " You know, the consumer math and reading classes meet there . And the athletic events. Everyone enjoyed them even if we did.n't put our name on the map with fantastic football scores. But we sure made up for that dining basketball season. And then there were all the other activities we had. Like pep- rallies, the mini-halloween carnival, hillybilly day, homecoming week, the , prom, Christmas holidays, spring holidays, and even a few icy cold holidays. Now, tell me nothing happened! Hey! Why am I telling you this? Have you even looked at the annual closely? " "Naw. Like I already told you, I only looked for my picture . ' ' ' 'Then why don't you take a look and , , I v nin see what you think about it Ope g 7 Iwzsfwwmsf-wm.'f,szmvefw Wgveafxxv Wm ww' 3 m-mf Wmmw :Q ar ",,.ms1s w .sam 5..,,,g a'141s::m UWM M-bww mm M- YW., M MW . ,M .. W I a an me xc ,y.. 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As you stumble out of bed and begin getting dressed you happen to glance at the clock and see that you have no time for breakfast. With a quick stop at "I-lall's' ' or,the "Kwik Stop" to grab a bite to eat to keep you going uniil lunch, you hurry on toward school. just as you reach the steps of the breezeway the first period bell rings and you begin the mad rush to your locker. The tardy bell rings just as you step in the door way to first period and you slide in your seat breathing heavily and hoping the teacher didn't notice . For the next 55 minutes you sit in 1st period trying to stay awake and keep up in class. just as you finally get really Wide awake the bell rings and you throw your books together and hurry down the hall to homeroom. I r I lui I I'-H: 'f' A l w ll rl? 5 I ZS! m Il Inu 1-' ' "I-72 5 as L-, n, I I ll L-I ig 5 un-5 ' 'fr' LF' n 'gl' I cd! 2 f 5 if k ' s 1 w., A i K The bell having rtmg., Joyce Moore and Jessie Peters come through the back door to go to class. 10 Organizations! Annual Staff After arriving at school, students gather on the breezeway before the bell rings for first period. 5 1 eff if With the halls empty, Carolyn Lyons, Melissa Hatten, and Don Vernon talk and play around as they slowly make their way to class. Standing around their car and drinking a coke is a Unloading at school from Perk, Anita O'Neal and Mary Spring get off bus iz-'12. F F ,y .f.-' I. f-is :F l' Having arrived at school early, these students stand outside talking. fun way for Michelle English and Terry Grace to pass the time away until the bell rings. This group of boys stand at the back door while waidng for school to begin. Student Life X Morning 1 1 IF, ANN UNCEME TS. .D VOTIONAL Occasionally when Mr. Jones is out, Mr. Baucum fills in with the morning announcements. During homeroom, jackie Danzey and Barry Cameron examine an IBM typewriter. . Shortly after the tardy bell rings for homeroom, the familiar voice of Mr. jones is heard over the intercom saying, "Good morning, announcements please . ' ' After listing the day's activities and club meetings, one or more students give the devotional and then the intercom becomes silent. Teachers then send to the office for lunch tickets. Many mornings are spent nominating and voting for such things as class officers, homecoming maids, Who's Who, and student council representatives. Most of the time, though, you occupy yourself with talk about the previous day's events, or the homework r that you haven't had time to finish, or that test you were suddenly reminded of . During Mrs. Breland's homeroom, Vernon Mitchell, Ray Mast, and Steven Parrish wish they were home in bed. I2 Student Life !Homex-oom LUNCH TICKETS . . ELECTIONS Mike Butler hurries to get his books out of his locker and to homeroom before the tardy bell rings. N., , , 1 ,gfa2,,g,g5,,j1 M lt.. -f ' ,I , ff. Y 1.5! E2 ' T 5 'W--E f""T-"'Z'T"T" - ' "ffT"'h' '- :jst- n Q ,"' B i I " AJ .,, . X. , - 5 , 1 '- j Y H 'Ty .-, 'l4 iff1EL'SFn' W '- 5 in., A T vu , ggwra -If Q6 5 T ' -"""' wx if- A at 'F' A '15-" ' Having voted for his choice of Who's Who nominees, Steve Cochran places his ballot on Mr. Wil1ison's desk. Student Life II-Iomeroom 1 3 LET'S TAKE A BREAK A long line of hungry students forms in front of snack machines within the first few minutes of break. As the bell ending second period rings, students gather along the breezeway and outside on the benches for morning break. Almost immediately, a seemingly endless line of hungry students forms in front of the drink and candy machines as they wait to silence the noisy protests that their empty stomachs began to make during second period. Others crowd around the office counter fighting to get lunch punches or milk tickets and still make it to that important club meeting before the bell rings. As soon as one has a chance to eat his snack, his best friend starts filling him in on that test he's having next periodg then the bell rings. Seated on the breezeway, George Redeemer break to catch up on the rmorning's events. 14 Student Life I Morning Break - f' I I fs! v 4 Lf' is ,,.. and janet McDonald use morning Y 2" MN ,.. 'D , Q J- ""'K' as-SEEK gitgr tzsvo long class periods, morning break is enjoyed by these These girls in second perieyd Pl- Wait ED - panently for break to begm. K Z A favorite gathering place for these students during break is the east end of the gym. - - VS ,, , ,j--'fi ' gs " 'wT'NK'.f . ' , , Q f ,xx-,-' 45 '.-:L . ,pf ,' 1 " H+' 0 As winter approaches students bunch together on the breezeway to keep warm . Every day during break students pour into the office to buy milk and lunch tickets or just to get change . Student Life X Morning Break 15 WELL IT'S NOT PIZZA HUT . diverted from their chat. A lot of joking around goes on in the lunch room as well as plenty of serious eating. ,..J For some reason, when we have hamburgers and french fries the cafeteria is jammed and the line runs out the door. During lunch these students bunch together to share an afternoon gossip. 16 Student Life! Lunch 9.,-AU-,,,4 Z, V - I ., 1 1 .rad F" ,f ,, - 27" " . ,. . VY ii While some students hurry to finish eating before their 20 minutes are up, others leisurely chat till time to go. Teachers, like students, enjoy their lunch period tOO . -'Cl 1. So maybe it's not Pizza I-lut, but many kids enjoy Stone High's Pizza lunches. At least, we have to admit they're interesting. I mean, who else serves Italian soul food with ttunip greens . Again, this year we have closed lunch periods which are not very popular, to say the least! But that is not the main gripe . There are no menus posted and we are always kept in the dark as to what is for lunch. We never know if it is the day for hot dogs and french fries or the day for spaghetti and meat sauce . One of the favorite past-times during morning break is trying to guess from the smells emanating from the kitchen what we will have for lunch. A quick inspection of someone's tray when we enter the cafeteria confirms or denies our suspicions. But lunch period is really a fun period. No matter how good the meal, it wouldn't be school unless someone gives it a cut. Even though the lunch period is sometimes a hassleg like trying to find a punch, a place in line, a chair, and so on, it's also a time to relax and have a good long talk with a friend- -better make that a short talk, 'cause when we finally get our plates we are in such a hurry to finish before our teacher does that you . . . fOops! there I go cutting down lunch period againj . N ...E- -"' ' -" I lj Sm 'I - 8' V: 1 N .. i I - ' As- 1 Egg: . .gi :Sgt .V 4 ' 1 I 1- 3 "f. lf N ' E ug Yf,..f,.' - , QQ hx A' Lunchroom worker, Mary Davis punches Bemadine Bostic's and Patti McDaniel's meal ticket as they file through the line . U4 . llll l...,fm On dress-up day, hillbillies are seen at lunch and all over school in their country duds. Student Life I Lunch 17 IT, A FU The 20 minutes between fifth and sixth period is the best part of the day for many students. This is activity period, a time when we can relax and rest for awhile. When the year began activity period was used for pep rallies. The cheerleaders performed many humorous skits about the Tomcats clobbering our opposing team. We yelled and hollered until our voices were hoarse, and a few selected teachers judged each class to see which had the most spirit. As the year progressed and ballgames were over, clubs became more and more active and began to meet regularly. For those involved in several meetings it was difficult to meet all of them. But if you didn't have a club meeting to attend or didn't have a test to make up, activity period was an ideal time for just socializing. Ep 'fur- Standing around on campus studenis enjoy their 20 minute activity period. 18 Student Life 1 Activity Period FILLED 20 MINUTES Cheerleaders lead our first outdoor pep rally, creating more spirit before homecoming. Putting on a good act, Kent Ainsworth pretends to sit in a tub of ice for an entire pep rally. Randy Beach and Raymond Loper endeavor to overtake the Switching jobs for the day, the rifles perform as first leg of the obstacle course. cheerleaders and vice versa. NIH I iff 'Q -A . .4 ,. ,. -1 v. -2 1 - L -Q ' - r 1 , f51f,ff 1'7" w, -X" . agiti A ':,.1.i:'.3i ,.. -,Ai "fbi THEEAT3 , .Y Qs Ja.. - 4 1 e , n l 5 E w- is-T, ft' V E- .... , . 'Liu Portraying the part of Rocp, Mis WB, ckley lays a punc on JIIYJIHY Eprmg. 'wr-mm, l 1- - ' 222 joey Rouse, Russell Dorsett, ahd George Redeemer find it hard to judge the cheerleaders' ' 'Gong Show' ' . Student Life X Activity Period 19 THO GH THE DAY IS FINALLY OVER Thereis Still More To Come A A -- f .. , , K l N lgv1yf3gwI4Le.d,A,J- . , I, Those who have a class sixth period . know that it always seems to be the - longest one of the day. As the last few minutes before 3 o'clock tick away, the 2 A students who were listless and irritable an hour earlier suddenly revive and become excited at the prospect of the school day's end. When the bell finally rings, the parking lot suddenly becomes flooded with studenw will then drop by the "Kwik Stop" or "The Mug" for a few minutes of talking with friends ., before they start home . With the unbearable heat of August, it's not unusual to find Timmy Roberts taking a snooze before the day is over. After school Darline Morrison hurries off to the "Mug' ' where she works in her spare time . 20 Student Life f End Of The Day During the Wiggins blood drive Ronnie King volunteers his services. Also working at the Blood Bank are Karen Lott and Martha Morphew, numbering plastic bags for donors . if A, Y. .. " -, , . r :L E - E .. -1 1 3 Terri Meadows and Carolyn Lyons drop by the ' 'Kwik Stop' ' for an afterschool snack. Waiting on a delayed bus is such a drag. Student Life !End Of The Day 21 AFTER HOURS salem Statisticians have different means of concentration, jan Ainsworth bites her tongue and Kelvin Sherman chomps on ice . Pouring cokes and popping popcorn keeps Coach Black and Coach Webb busy at all the home basketball games. 22 Student Life! After Hours , 4 W I -sec. Q V, -mia 3 4 5. W. ,,, 1 J H nfl". Trying to make ends meet, the annual staff works in the concession stand during football season. After an away basketball game, McDonald's is a favorite stopping place for Wayne Temple, Jeff Alexander and Darline Campbell. Changing motor oil in Randall Anderson's car takes up some of Randy Beach's spare time. For many students the school day isn't over at 3 o'clock. During the fall, long hours of seemingly endless practices are spent by both the football team and the band in order for both to give good performances on Friday nights, and in the spring, the baseball and track teams put in many afternoon hours practicing also . Even though this time practicing could be spent doing other things, most everyone agrees that in the end, they pay off . Weekends are looked forward to by everyone . There is usually a basketball or football game to attend where everyone shows up to support our Tomcat teams. If there isn't a game, you can always go ' 'uptown" or to the coast to catch the latest movie or dance the night away at one of the many night spots on the coast. Q and n EE I' , . Racin' to meet their opponents, Tomcats hustle to the field. Student Life X After Hours 23 THROW ME SOME CANDY' The first inkling of the fair's coming to town was the announcement ' 'girls trying out for Fair Queen, come by the office for information. " The following days were filled with preparations for the contest. On the evening of September 29, 1977, contestants with bright smiling faces and 11-embljng hands anxiously awaited the decision of the judges, which was Lisa Morgan, third alternate, Rosetta Wash, second altemateg Shelia Fore, first alternateg and jacki Danzey the 1977-78 Stone County Fair Queen. In the days following the contest, jacki and her coxut started decorating their floats as did many other groups for the parade . On October 7 at 12:30, people young and old assembled behind the courthouse to line up for the parade . At 1:00 the Stone High Marching Band led the parade followed by the Queen and her court. Other floats included the cheerleaders, homecoming court, Stone County Boxing Club, Senior Citizens, City of Wiggins, and many other organizations of the county. After the parade , people made their way through the fairgrounds to see the exhibits, enjoy the cotton candy, and carnival rides . Saturday night, October 8, brought the fair week to an end and many people went home , looking forward to another year of fair events ...af mt:- 1s!F'!l' is The Fair een and her court sit patiently as they await Q11 the beginning of the parade. Riding at a slow trot, Brian Roberson, Karen Cochran, and Susan Cooper show their horsemanship at the Fair Parade . 24 Student Life! Fair 1'7- F? THROW ME SOME CANDY' Strength and coordination is demonstrated by Tammy Overslreet and Stephanie Smith as they attempt to overturn the monkey cages. Anxiously awaiting the the beginning of the parade, the 2 cheerleaders watch the other floats line up. iii : if e ., Tj. i i ff S 1 za. "AQ X S 535695 -s N N 'S-4 RQESEL .Jef 1. ff ..-A fig H As the Scrambler gets off to a slow start, Terry Ruggles, Stuart Compston and Carol Rogers smile nervously. Student Life f F air 25 K 'Elisa Smith Robert Former kg' HOMECOMING Student Body Maid: janet McDonald Escort: Richard Howze 1 + 1 - u I L Q Pi?-. Smiling brightly, the 1977-78 Homecoming court waves cheerfully at the crowd. Student Body Maid: Darline Morrison Bcort: Chad Evans .1 .'- -""""E IB I The sale of links for the spirit chain kicked off Spirit Week, sponsored by the annual staff and cheerleaders. Class competition was tough resuliing in record breaking sales. Suspense mounted as everyone wondered "Who won? " The cheerleaders encouraged spirit throughout the week although spirit already soared. Tuesday was "mystery day" and two mystery people walked around school with a free dcket to Homecoming for anyone who said "Beat the Eagles! " to them. Thursday was "spirit day" with each class showing its spirit by dressing in the styles of different iimes and places. Freshmen dressed in the styles of the 50's while Sophomores came as Hippies. Both 'J Juniors and Seniors were Hillbillies and came in their overalls, freckles, straw hats and old pipes. Student Life X Homecoming 27 Brian Warren Tamarah Smith ' ' 1 Theresa Chandler Billy Berry IIS Fl! Stuart Compston Susan Dunnam SENIOR MAIDS AND ESCOR TS At dusk on Thursday students began to gather at the Pickle Field for the Bonfire . Spirit surged higher as people cheered, made human chains and pyramids, and ran arolmd the Bonfire . As the fire began to die down the Tomcat spirit did not. Some lingered around the Kwik Stop to discuss the next day's activides while others went home to spend a restless night filled with the excitement that the Homecoming game always brings. Finally the big day arrived- -Friday- - Homecoming- -Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Cain and several students spent most of the day preparing the Homecoming float while Mrs. Hollingsworth and the annual staff assembled the spirit chains. At 1:30 Mr. Williams and the band gathered outside for the pep rally. Soon the bell rang. Studems crowded between the two breezeways and the cheerleaders arrived on the fire engine. The pep rally started QH with a bang as the "little people" did a dance to Woodchoppers Ball played by the band. 28 Student Life I Homecoming 4..JvVl S , YL A! 'E 'N . I . ,N Q", "'x-':. 1 1 1 , L ,, ' 'ff-M- ' Z' ' :",,'.' Y' i 7- 3 . , .4 D ,Q ,. , -. f -, -M . ,ELLA . - .- ' ' 7, '., -I ":, v n 3122: 1 " n Y rm- Y LLZLL. .4 .Y f Gathered around the Bonfire students ' 'Get fired up' ' for the Homecoming game. l ,L "Ki-wi? A On Spirit Day' Cindy Scarborough thinks After spending many houxs on the gazebo for the Homecoming float, it is a real bore to have to study for a Mrs. Cain, David Jetton, and Mr. Ladner inspect their test , accomplishments . c X ' Lil I Oak E vi r. W l gr-"f JUNIOR MAIDS AND ESCOR TS i-Stieff, Wendy Waits Aly Chattman Randy Prescott I? A 1 i l L Marty Dravis F Harriet Dejarnett Degha Breland Student Life X Homecoming 29 I n l The annual staff then brought out the spirit chains. As the chains were spread across the grotmd it began to look like the Freshmen were Suddenly Mrs. Hollingsworth appeared with another bag of spirit chains belonging to the Seniors. The final tally showed the Seniors winning with the Freshmen second, jtmiozs third, and the Sophomores last. When the time came for the victory cheers, the spirit was so immense t.hat it was impossible to make a decision as to who won the spirit stick. The coaches decided that it was a four way tie among all the classes so the spirit stick was given to the whole student body. After the pep rally everyone went to what was left of sixth period and counted the :minutes until the school day would end. Excited about winning the spirit chai.n during the Homecoming pep rally, Seniors really begin to show their spirit. 'ITL '-Lg..." bf- - , ' , ' .':,r""5Ilvv-ff. f- wg' -. '. SOPHOMORE MAIDS AND ESCOR TS Randall Anderson Glenda Wells ?,,rH.iJ 30 Student Life 1 Homecoming Beau Carpenter 21 Barbara Wells Rosetta Wash James Drake Danny Corbit Lisa johnson K Tet?" l ?. Joe Saia ' Darline Campbell Q sr 1 Marlin Smith fg Tammy Lott W FRE HMAN MAIDS AND ESCOR TS During the outdoor pep rally, coaches, Cooper Farris, Jimmy Webb, and John Kirker, are unable to decide which class has the most spirit. - 1 'tiff' 5 A T PWW23 , 1 gr : NS,-41 - M I Qin, is sr, M r mgps H -iw, fi' 'h,'13b+7'?Qz 7" -sw A' 1 s K f , , .. I. . T I ',"2 if P434 R ,f.c.H "4 1'1" . 31s Y,-"1 va Y-P1 '43 ,A, V ' .i I5 -, J-Q-, ' -X V The freshman maids, Dar1ineCampbe11, Tammy Lott, and Lisa Johnson give a warm smile despite the hot sun. ' Student Life I Homecoming 31 BONFIRE . Homecoming night came at last. Excited and eager fans filled the stadium and watched as the cheerleaders and the Homecoming Court rode by on their beautiful floats. The cheerleaders' float was a miniature replica of a football field, while the Homecoming float's theme was ' 'Summer Place' ' . The float was lined with beautiful ferns. In the middle stood a gazebo with vines winding down all four corners. The queen and the student body maids stood around the gazebo while the class maids were seated at each end. As the band played, Mr. Larry Rouse, emcee, introduced t.he maids and escorts. After all the maids in their summery gowns of pastel colors were escorted to their positions on the field the queen, Elisa Smith, was presented and crowned. As soon as our lovely court was off the field, on came the mighty Tomcats ready for action. The battle was fierce but the South Pike Eagles proved to be too tough for the brave cats. With dampened spirits everyone left the game to go to the Homecoming dance where their spirits were soon lifted by the music provided by the band "Smokin' ' ' . As the night came to an end everyone realized that it had flown by a little too fast. Dancing to the tune of Woodchoppers Ball, these cheerleaders entertain the student body. The cheerleaders shower the crowd with footballs at the Homecoming game. LITTLE PEOPLE These students struggle to build a pyramid at the bonfire. Lo' -f--.,,,-1 ,, V ,.X1,,f-gi, A , , , , e , .. - ..-. -,.,.,-. - , - L .,. L .J ,..-- tr ffflir saw' -' J' ,,,,, 32 Student Life l Homecoming SPIRIT . . . EXCITEMENT . . . As homecoming day draws nearer Millie McDaniel staples spirit links together for Homecoming . Dressed as country Hicks, these Juniors and Seniors await the judges decision as to who is the Hillbilliest. -t un. M X N . Erfflikzzaf' N While the annual staff spreads the spirit chains, the student body tries to determine whose chain is the longest. Finding the way to the breezeway would be a tough job for this little person without the help of Bob Weathers. Student Life! Homecoming 33 On Saturday, April 23, 1977, seven months of hard work totaled one memorable night when the Juniors, Seniors, and honored guests arrived at the Buena Vista in their formals. The actual beginning of the Prom started in September with the juniors, who began selling magazines to raise money. ln a matter of days they reached their goal of 393,000 and from there went on to reach a super goal of S4,000. l-Iaving enough money preparations were started. The first thing the Prom Committee had to do was select a theme . After much brain racking they finally decided on the theme "Reflections. " From there the junior sponsors, Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Shaw began checking with the various hotels on the coast for prices on a room for the night of the prom. They could hardly say no when they saw the Pete Fountain Room in the Buena Vista Hotel in Biloxi. The long awaited day finally arrived. For many of the juniors, it was a day of decorating which began early in the morning . Finally all the decorations were put in their places and it was time to go home to get ready for the "big night. " Many students arrived early anxious to view the decorations, but Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Webb refused to let them in until 8:00. When the doors were opened the students were greeted by the music of Tastee, beautiful blue and silver foil silhouettes, and shimmering, silver chandeliers . For the first time there was a Prom king and queen. After Ricky Bates and Susie Hayden were crowned, they and their court led a dance . Twelve o'clock came all too soong but the night did not end then. Many couples drifted to other places along the coast to finish dancing the night away. The 1976-77 Stone High Prom "Reflections" will long be remembered by everyone who attended it. 34 Student Life I Prom REFLEC TIQNS With smiles of appreciation sponsors, Mrs. Cain, Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Webb, receive gifts and roses from the Junior Class. The music of the band, Tastee, set everyone in a dancing mood. 'ZIVXOYY DHl1lH5l Pleased with their accomplishments , Robert Former and Ronnie King take a break before adding the final touches to the Prom decorations . The prom court enjoys a dance alone with their dates. A slow song by the band gives everybody a chance to do some ' 'slow dancing and swaying to the music. ' ' We-fn E? E: F 5, 1? Lia With Mrs. Cain's art ability she was able to "reflect" the theme by a beautiful silouette in which Kent Ainsworth and Gayle Roberson modeled. Student Life I Prom 35 THE KING THAT CAME Many Stone High students were granted an audience with a king this year. The young King S . . . g Tutankhamum better known as King ouvenirs are treasured by people who wish to remember King Tut 1 TUT, died years ago but has been revived through the display of his great treasurers at a New Orleans Art Museum. First, the French Club, though warned of the long, long lines, ventured off to New Orleans one school day leaving at 5 a.m. in order to get there when it opened. They made a very successful trip, getting in with no trouble at all. fWith Mrs. Breland's ingenuity- how could they fail? J . The Science Club wasn't so lucky, however, and had to wait in a line of thousands of people for almost 7 homs. Ask them if they didn't get hungry. Not only that, it drizzled rain all day long. But most everyone will say it was worth the hassles to miss a day of school and see this strange king. Another "king" in the spotlight was the great, well-loved Elvis Presley, who died at the age of 42. Elvis, native of Mississippi, made his mark as the "king" of rock 'n roll. Loyal fans will mourn hirn for many years to come and music lovers everywhere will suffer the loss of this great artist. Others whose deaths were a shock were Freddie Prinze of ' 'Chico and the Man", T.V. 's "Mr. French" fSabastian Cabotj and also little Buffy of the same cast. Two oldies, Charlie Chaplin and Groucho Marx, took their leave this year, leaving a vacant spot in the comedy world . lt also seemed funny to end 1977 without Bing Crosby's White Christmas or to begin 1978 Without Guy Lombardo's salute to the New Year. On the political scene, Hubert Hugmphrey, the "happy warrior," succumbed to his battle with cancer. Although it's hard to believe that these well-noted people are gone, they have left behind memories that can never be forgotten. Well, not everybody died this year. Andy Gibb came out with the No. 1 song of '77, ' 'l just Want to Be Your Everything! ' ' The best and most popular movies of the year were "Rocky" and "Star Wars", held Over for months at theaters everywhere . One of the most exciting events in South MS this year was the opening of the new Gulf Coast Colosseum in Biloxi. Now Stone Countians will not have to travel to jackson or Mobile to see the latest concerts. Better yet, the juniors and Seniors are looking forward to the prom with greater anticipation because Mrs. Shaw and the prom committee were able to arrange to have the 1977-78 jr. -Sr. Prom in the Grand Ballroom of the Colossetun Convention Center. 36 Student Life! Current Events L , L I r The new music department was really appreciated by everyone especially the music students because now they no longer have to board the bus to go to the Jr. High for classes. THE KING THAT WENT ' S iii' . ri-ali fl 'I L R .If 4- - -.Af':L,.':Au Y ' fe. 1. ggi , if n ., ve Y 1 . . I .qt , iff? Q T N Q 'in rgf 1 2 ., 'fi H W .- '.,- ' f ,L I ffafzf' In memory of the King, Elvis, will be momned by many for years to come . . 'v --1' YV A i. xc, I ri , A. I ,, ...' X1 ' A I ,. I V-551, IZ , . ' Q t 'N' -. -. - J' T funfvfu TO 1y's X33 e 51522 amz. fntncn P 11'-riigiq... Vi T .- , -. , f,-- rvgmw L iiffNi2,," f W--. V ' ,-14, 1ffk,f? 13ii'1!, . 'xsdiddz Q, . , V ,,,,,e,,n no I BLM" M, .L,, Y mi muentfn ENDS , ' - ' Ax mix 'Z 77- , t, A f' .. 4 h rs- gh- X' A 'I '-w Has- e-we V, it . ,' ,A jf x gb -, I ,', Lrg --T W bert Hllmph JF Eg- , ....v'nx'lFa4"f2' Among many, these are a few stars whose entertainment we miss. Of the best songs and movies, these have the honor of being the TOP. .rf Student Life! Current Events 37 TESTS 5 S AND ' GRADE Q, SHEETS Q ,, avoir-onennen luis ' aan nz -H2 Fill 111 R . D rt, f sf' Students get right to work as soon as Mrs. 38 Student Life X Tests And Grade Sheets f-f-ff-f-ff'Pr't'Ff'C"fFf5'CCQG9 09 690 1,00 O.. High Clit , , 7, , A515 Shaw hands out the tests . 'Type rapidly but accurately' . These students try to remember this as they take their test Mrs. Roberts gives her 2nd period Co op class a chance to study before their test. 1 It seemed that during elementary and Junior high school that they came only on Fridays Now 1t's a different one in a different class every day. What l'm talking about 1S the one word we all hate to hear TEST. Of course we have each heard some teacher say over the years, ' 'But if I don't give you a test how will I know if you're learning! ' ' That's when we feel like saying, "O K , but find another way ' ' Probably the worst test to ever get back is one with a big 69 written on it. Although tests are a real hassle sometimes, a great relief is the grade sheets. Since we don't have to bring them back signed, that gives us a little more time to prolong showing our parents our grades. That is probably the 4691 reason grade sheem are so popular with all the students. Mrs. Simpson goes over an Algebra problem similar to the ones to be given on the test. Taking notes seems to be a bore to these students, but they know that they'll come in handy later on. Student Life! Test And Grade Sheets 39 SUNDRESSES KHAKI PANTS AND M D The Beginning of the school year brought many new fashions to our campus. Girls' fashions were soft and feminine and very chicg for example , during the warmer seasons many different styles and colors of sundresses with barettes, flowers, combs and stick pins worn as accessories were popular. Then as the weather began to get colder silver and gold jackets over shirts of shimering colors were the "latest" trendsetters for '78. Also khaki pants, cowl- neck sweaters, boots, and even knee- length sweaters were the ' 'thing' ' to wear. The boys' favorite dress styles were flannel shirts, army jackets, and plaid "levi's" shirts worn with huntin boots and an assortment of hats. Of course, everyone still reserved at least one day a week for the popular jeans and T-shirt twosome which will probably always be at the top of the fashion list for every teen- ager. il Army jackets, flannel shirts and khaki pants are really in this year, as shown by these students. One of the most fashionable outfits of the year was the sundress as shown by Harriet Dejarnett. 40 Student Life I Fashions And Fads CD 1-Q1 C1 1 .- ,.'1..af'- .V if As this bronco goes racing, mud splashes everywhere BR ON CO FE VER ' 'Mud ridin' ? What's mud ridin' ? ' 'Well, riding in the mud. " "You've gotta be crazy! Whatever for? " "Would you believe me if I said 'because it's there' ? Really it's a lot of fun, racing other broncos with mud splashing everywhere . ' ' "That sounds like fun. Can I go along next time? ' ' "Sure, I'l1 see ya on a rainy day." Old jeans, new jeans, somehow jeans seem to always be fashionable . .,:-4,434-J , . 5- ,ls 1.3 ' .-L. f7L-f .- .sw .-.v ...fa I in -1 .,.,, . 4 Silver jackets sneaked in very quietly, but their popularity is spreading rapidly . Student Life X Fashions And Fads 41 M A 5 A E5 PM SLQMHWM WMMW HMMYENWJEWW"'HW.wwMM?2W'w5 H5525 SXEMWMHW M MMMWIHSMMYS ' MM' MM M M W BE .-..5 .... 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W mm-mag Q : : Q Q ,., 2 W ,: , 3 iw WmWmWWW W S X, 2 iii-3' Q E g g i ? is A 52 t 5 f 5 M E? MISS STONE HIGH Alisa O'Neal, the 17 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson O'Neal, is the 1977-78 Miss Stone High. During her school years, Alisa has participated in many organizations such as the Beta Club, FBLA, Latin Club, Speech and Drama Club, Paper Staff, and Y-Teens. She is also a student .council representative. Alis's special interests are raising cats and playing both softball and the piano. 44 I-Ionoxs!Who's Who MR. STONE HIGH Scott Strickland, the 17 year old son of Mr. and Mis. Roy B. Strickland, is the 1977-78 Mr. Stone High School. In the past four years Scott has been active in football, and was also a member of the Interact Club, S Club, FCA and the Student Council. Scott lists his special interests as bowling, skiing, riding horses, and eating. Having a class together makes it hard for Alisa and Scott to concentrate on schoolwork. Mr. and Miss Stone High were elected by the entire student body in late September. Many students were nominated but only four were chosen to be in the run-off: Kent Ainsworth, Scott Strickland, Alisa O'Nea1, and Elisa Sn1ith. The results were so close that it took many recount to make sure who had won. For days the student body were tense in anticipation to know the outcome of the elections. Finally everyone knew -- Scott Strickland, Mr. Sllrllg, and Alisa O'Neal, Miss S . w, ,N H W bre ezeway . lk. Taking time out for break Scott and Alisa relax on the A ' " ' ' Miss Stone High: Alisa O'Neal Mr. Stone High: Scott Strickland ' Honoxs!Who's Who 45 I 'Es 'f 4 2 A . BEA U TIES AND BEA US . - f. ,' 4' 45. X 1.-.-1: rx, . . .' I, .- .1 UAA- I-41, .1 Cv, T' 1 65 , , H ' - v' '. W Y! I ff 0 7' 8 g ff, I. . ' 71 . 46 Honors! Beauties And Beaus 'fl 1 jr I It Ng" ,gg 1 , f- ' ' ' 1 g I.. .5 5, ' .Qc f f ,gif " ' 'r -Nl?" 4,.1 N if .' Q, .5 . Q , 4 1- NMA , 5. be C.4S,IP'i:'S,4 v, 5 - A V, I Ll P . ' Vg. 3' - if ,, gl . C5 9 I .n, X r ,fra I 1 fl, Y q 44, ' ' " -- - ..."" .". .. sf' W x- ..-W - fa -as.-2 . On February 2, Stone I-Iigh's Echo Staff sponsored the second annual Beauty 8 Beau Pageant. However, preparations for the pageant began long before that night. Changing a gymnasium into an appropriate setting for a beauty S beau pageant is a difficult task, but with the help of and donations from many different people it was accomplished. The contestant of course wanted to look their best so they began hunting for an outfit that was just right. The night finally arrived and tension was high. After all 27 couples were presented by the emcee Mr. Rouse, the judges went into consultation to determine the semi-finalists. It seemed like hours before the judges returned with their selections. Semi-finalist girls were Gayle Roberson, Becky Sumrall, Theresa Chandler, Susan Dunnam, Karen Overstreet, Elisa Smith, Karen Keyseear, Tamarah Smith, jacki Danzey and Sonia Guyton. Semi- finalist boys were Scott Stickland, Kent Ainsworth, Robert Fortner, Mark Hatten, Randy Beach, john Price, David jetton, Terry Owen, Brian Warren, Willie Goins, and Ricky Farmer. Tension mounted even higher as the judges left for the second time . Once again time dragged by until eventually the judges came back with their final decision: MOST HANDSOME - Robert Fortnerg MOST BEAUTIFUL - Sonia Guytong BEAUTIES - Theresa Chandler, Susan Dunnam, Gayle Roberson, Elisa Smith, and Tamarah Smithg BEAUS - Randy Beach, Willie Goins, John Price, Scott Strickland, and Brian Warren. Anticipation, preparation, perspiration, agitation, and detennination total the 1978 Senior Beauty and Beau Pageant. ' 1 J if af- JL ,sl X 1 A 1 4 Honors!Beauties And Beaus 47. Russell Dorsett is very active in MO T VERSATILE n alwa e ect a uick smile from 'an You ca ys XP fl " J' Ainsworth, Danny Fountain, George Redeemer, and Lou Ann Nix. Yes, with a friendly ' 'Hello' ',, these studen1s help to brighten up the day . 48 HonorslWho's Who sports as in academics. He plays quarterback on the football team and is a pitcher on the baseball team. He won first place in our 1976-77 Science Fair and is an Honor Roll student. Darline Morrison is a basketball cheerleader. She plays softball in the summer and loves water She was elected Student Body Maid on the 1977-78 Homecoming Court. Darline is also a feature writer for the Cats' Meow. l FRIENDLIE T 23' - -2 1 HQ i 1 r .33 L5-L. 1? IQ MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT The honor of Most Athletic goes to hula Williams and George Redeemer. George is a first String tailback on the football team and is very well-known for making many touchdowns at our games. Paula is a first string basketball player at Stone High. During the summer she enjoys many outdoor sporis such as swimming, riding horses, biking, and playing softball. She also proved to be a pretty good football player at the "Powder PuH" game this year. f A A If you're looking for spirit you'll probably find Missy Buckley and Barry Cameron nearby. Missy is a football cheerleader and has been cheering her fellow classmates and teams throughout most of her Jr. High and High School years. Barry is a first su-ing fullback on the football team. 'I'his is his second year to be elected for Most School Spirit. MO T ATHLETIC 'Y ,, . l .Q ' I HV. I... 21- . UL -M! ,V .V V ' , ! ,el f 'A ' ,5442?- Q 'f 'NE E. 'ii x . "'5's..s I 'HW' r W-Qui .- Y 1 QW-le .1 fiimul- . yi.. ,K .- 5 cfm ' " '05 A: :TQ-tv'5,.'Q Lynn Clement and Flint johnson are both fine examples of the talent found at Stone High this year. Both are band members. Flint plays both trumpet and tuba and has represented the school in various individual band contests where he has competed against top tuba players across the state . Lynn pla the french horn and is a choir mama: as well as a member of the sextet. She has represented the school very well in several individual choral contests. She also played a role in the Perk jr. College presentation of "The Sound of Music" . ,A x,, MO T LIKELY TO S UCCEED wait' V'Q-aussi N E Russe 50 Honors f Who's Who Lynn Clement Qld' MO T TALEN TED These four people have really got something going for them. They have set their goals and are determined to fulfill them. This determination makes Karen Lott, janet McDonald, Russell Robinson, and Scott Sirickland stand out against other high school students as ones who are best prepared to succeed. With twinkling eyes and dimpled cheeks, it is easy to see why these four students charm the whole student body. Rosetta Wash, Flint johnson, Wendy Waits, and Don Vernon were elected the cutest students at Stone High School this year. ,Q,,'f,-"4 . - ' ,U "?f-. ffl 1 :ji X1 ,Hx v,,. - ' V 1' " ., all ,gghgij ' il 1 , ,,' ' CUTE T BE T DRESSED The latest styles and fashions are usually first seen on these four people, Roan Smith, Simon Wilson, Lisa Johnson, and Larry Redeemer. They are known around school for their wide variety of neat and attractive clothes. Most people think that "Best Dressed" should go to those who really dress up for school, but that's not so. 'I'hese four make jeans and jerseys look very sharp for any school day. Honors!Who's Who 51, I. u he o .- ,I Y y - X rf?" Q ' fs' - f' -4 Q U.. '- f em- . 1,- . V nv- t an Dunham, orge Redeemer ,- .- SENIOR CLASS FA ORITE Being elected by the Senior class as favorites is an honor that Jimmy, Susan, Janet, and George received this year. Besides being elected as favorites all four have been very active in several clubs and activities throughout their high school years. JU IOR CLASS F4 VORITE 2. This year the Juniors elected Wendy Wai1s, Ricky Stone, Mike Breland, and cynthia Bolden as their favorite classmates. Being active in sports, clubs, and many other organizations these students show that they are versatile in many areas. 52 Honors X Who ' s Who ei' 9 Ill? 1' : A fi:-'Qf 25,51 it .el , f 'i 5:-, 'airf- L s SOPHO ORE CLASS ITfllfC912I7fE? Favorites for the Freshmen class for the 1977-78 school year are Darline Campbell, Anitha Dejamett, Tracy Hall, and Kevin Preston. They have helped their class adjust to high school life . .1 , 5 . ald, Glenda Wells, , Don Scarborough . . 1, - 4,...- t n fl '4. .. iQ ol M 1 'jf4 wwf T 35m -.. Y 5 r Rh f I 'Q 1 P' ff! -34 fa 4 6 M, TX vi.. '- Q tux, gg 44 ' 2 'i ' ' 0 --B I , . ik., W -gb? W' L U 2 255451 4 .4A?iiQNt:.'1, A U K -.gg ' af' fi' ff' ' 1 .lr I Af, - . 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'o- Qxffi' Lrfi f' I Honors!Who's Who 53 A Star Student: John Prickett Valedictorian: John Prickett 2122 Teacher" Mrs' Mike Salutatorian: Paula Williams Il- - Seated: Deborah Gunter, Carolyn Lyons, Martha Morphew, Karen Lott, Pula Williamsg Standing: Frank Cox, John Prickett, Russell Dorsett, Ronnie Allums. 54 Honors High H0110 1 Seated: Mandy Williams, Mona Clark, Arlene Bond, Lynn Clement, Alisa O'Nealg Standing: Robert Fortner, Ken Kendrick, jack Stephens, jeff Coole, Sandra Smith, Lori Parker, Elisa Smith, Mary Dearman. ' xg,-ffl: ,M -S1 5-PV?" Seated: Michile Tullos, Becky Sumrall, jackie Danzey, Tamara Smith, Gayle Roberson, Standing: Barbara Hickman, Sonia Guyton, Lindsay Miller, Scott Strickland, Curt Otjen, Marilyn Mallett, Mary Snowden. Not Pictured: ,Weornthina Marshall. Honors 55 mi: Qi ...':.-53 Kent Ainsworth George Redeemer ,Z'i'qE"'W me za 'Nm' amid Hoang , uw H3153 'Ishii 1 alt W 3 Kneeling: Barry Cameron, Willie Goins, George Redeemer, Back: Troy Raborn, Scott SU-ickland, Russell Dorsett, David jetton , A -.Y W, 'S' F ,,., wi.-5551 + -.-.V fu. Fhwhg. 'img' get 11,115 29,3 E:"'iLr-E354 L llsf JF' ,ISN mifTl"' G .1 I H - if mmm ...la 'S Nu ,iv E U 3 ll K ALI. CONFERENCE: Kneeling- Scott Strickland, Kent Ainsworth, George Redeemer, Russell Dorsettg HQNORABLE MENTION: Standing - Russell Robinson, Willie Goins, Troy Rabom, Barry Cameron, Terry Owen, David jetton, Don Vernon. 56 Honors! Football 7 , e54w,,.-,,,,,c::..r - , W u A1 Theta? Q , .R L '--r- ff .4 Sitting- lst Row: Lynn Clement, Elisa Smith, Russell Dosett, Frank Cox, john Breland, Terry Parsonsg 2nd Row: Randy Beach, Paytha Williams, Paula Williams, Myla Parker, Vince Pachel, Don Taylor, 3rd Row: Luther Guyton, jeff Mmphy, joe Draugn, Kelvin Sherman, MaMtha Morphew, DeSha Breland, Claudia Pachel, Monisa Cooleg 4th Row: Jack Stephens, Randy Prescott, Gary O'Nealg Patricia Torres, Standing: Mrs. Sellers-spon. , Carolyn Lyons, Mona Tubbs, Karen Lott, john Prickett, Ken Kendrick, Robert Fortner. Ma And S014 I , ,rg 1 !"', Qi s nl Seated: Martha Morphew, Claudia Pachel, Carolyn Lyons, Ken Kendrick 5 Standing: Russell Dorsett, Frank Cox, john Prickett, jack Stephens. ' Honors 57 a a E m 's 2Q'g'4Ri H a , Mm, ma max mn :fs-s'sr"' ' ' ff ss" E H Q- m E an ms ma ss ,mm E m ss sw 'W H .5562 T Eiiigmff 1 a x in a ms Eggs E5 ':.:-:5-:- m Q 2 tw ma mm ms gms m,x,e.fEn me Ph E 521 Q QQ? kai gn? 15 5 3 1 279 if 2245 5 E Q , W 2. i ' . was 2 . H u , 1 k-.- V ,W A3151 'FBT 'Y 'L E Bw mam mn gswnm ma ss , a : mm, www 'm ms m an asf 'ss as ms wa an ss M mid I ss m ss Y.. QA .Ll ma mn ms as Hamann was E Em? ss ss W Us Em CON CER T BA ND Front: Becky Susmrall, Millie McDaniel, Candy Reynolds, DeSha Breland, Martha Morphew, Mandy Williams' 2nd R : R S ' ' ' ' ow oan mith, Angela LeBlanc, Keri Clement, Mona Clark, Elisa Smith, Faye Husband, Thomas johnson: jeff Murphy, Harriett Dejamett, Johnnette Davis, Valerie Smith, Dwight Williams, 3rd Row: Phyllis I.. Breland, Paige Baucum, Dehbie Freche, Carmen johnson, Tim Purvis, Susan Swilley, Melanie Mallett S lvia Strickl d y an Jon Morphew, Flint Johnson, Piruce Coole, Jane Overstreet Jessie Walker Cind Scarbo sh C1 ' , y roug audia Pachel Kelly Smith, Patti McDaniel, Kim Parkerg Standing: Kenneth Brown, Henry Bond, john Hill, Rita King. 1 60 Music I Band SENIOR BAND MEMBERS John Hill, Mandy Williams, Flint johnson, Elisa Smith, Martha Morphew, Becky Sumrall, Mona Clark. Band Director r Drum Majorette Ron Williams Mona Clark Music! Band 61 A UXILIAR Y CORP This year has been the best ' ' 'ff' year ever for the Stone High i Auxiliary Corps. The rifle 1 corps and flag corps have n represented our school in i various contests. They received trophies at both Mobile Marching Contest, and Picayune Marching Festival for superior performances. These corps consist of five rifles and nine flags. Working continuously week after week throughout the year combined with determination makes these girls No. 1! During the Star Spangled Banner the auxiliary crops salute the American Flag . v 'F ' NLS! me ' near I nn-ur IG ' I 1 I lf I I I F' B...- Angela LeBlanc Sarah Taylor janet McDonald Candy Reynolds ffgghcfgfigf Melanie Parker ,' Rita King, Alice Anderson, Jessie Welker, Kareri Overstreet. 62 Music I Band The auxiliary corps show the student body that they can be cheerleaders as Well as twirl their flags and rifles. , s star Isis, vL, f .thaw ,451 5,1 H M gffifi rfivviv ,Qs ev I 4.4 9,2 I X Q S i ir! The rifles and flags present a sharp attention before starting the DeSha Breland, Mandy Williams, Elisa show, Smith, Becky Suznrall, Roan Smith. Music X Band 63 SHS MAR CHIN G BAND I 4- 5:55 W R gntlgg ii!! C if --a or 22-it 1 ' -- fl I Llih ,lgll .4-1 'f sv -ef 4t"'f,x .., .ffaf 1 Y . .v. , 1. - ' ' I J "' , Front: Alice Anderson, Roan Smith, Mandy Williams, Sarah Taylor, Mona Clark, Elisa Smith, Becky Sumrall, DeSha Breland, Karen Oversu-eetg 2nd Row: Phyllis Breland, Paige Baucum, Millie McDaniel, Carmen johnson, Tim Purvis, Cassandra Husband, Thomas Johnson, Martha Morphew, Valerie Smith, 3rd Row: janet McDonald, Debbie Freche, Keri Clement, Kim Parker, jonathan Nall, Henry Brown, Kenneth Johnson, jeff Murphy, Johnette Davis, Harriet Dejarnett, Angela LeBlanc, 4th Row: Jessie Walker, Candy Reynolds, Cindy Scarborough, jane Overstreet, Kelly Smith, Patti McDaniel, Claudia Pachel, Flint Johnson, Bruce Coole, i Melanie Mallet, Susan Swilley, Sylvia Strickland, jonathan Morphew, Rita King, Melanie Parker. , ...,...az-.5 ,-. il v il f 1 Y After rating superior at contest, the band realizes that Our only tuba player, Flint Johnson, practices for the their hours of practice really paid off. 1201111113 S9-me - 64 Music X Band 'These trophies were earned by the SHS Band, for superior performances at the Mobile Marchlng Contest and the Picayune Marching Festival. gig! .J Qi. ,P i 'fx K ' ur rs vu ' H. ' . . if 1 L.: -r. if s in J' 4 ., J . L ' I nf. 'fiif-31,4 -e,e y 3 ,Q , .LN lv. 11 -V V ,, 9,5 N ei s I 'E i I U" 354 X J " -T, :A mid. -,:,4,,f':..N- -..--hm...-- - -4 ' iioo S 1 l V' -, . 7eiJs.,mL,YE.1 ' fa V -- -I. -,-4-if-rw Joining in the Spirit of H2-110WeeI1, The wood-winds get fired up during a pep rally Martha Morphew and Cindy Scarborough attempt to fly around the band hall. The brass section lets everyone know that Stone I-hgh Band 1S No 1 Music I Band 65 AND COUNCIL Fly 1 .Er , . lx M , FE...-. g i Front: Elisa Smith, Mona Clark, Kelly Smith, Martha Morphew, Sarah Taylorg Back: Tim Purvis, Mandy Williams, Becky Sumrall, Flint johnson, John Hill. .1 - U ' U " ,. , , , I - . v A y s x , f I' --V 5 -4' L D l A 'QE M" 'sf w -l Q 1: arf 'S ' ,api -. ,QF S. 5 'N h- . l .S X ....:.L.L--. ,jg ,,g,.,- A I Q I L In , , YL . B' I , aww -..-c ....s.x..,,,,, . ,,W, .. sg J, -FH Q A . , ' ' 1 '- gg .- 'H H , .i - - . I - M. . Y " tl V , ' . ,-, m ,Ty -M -Q .A-e...J H 'MMV .. W y H '- ,. .i 'V 'L.,X..'n, ' 3 4 ,v'9',:,- .: -'Q f, .' 'ffl' Q., .' I I . l 4 PsQ,g'gQ?f g.1j.'Q'1: - ,,,, Vx , ' egg '-. I 1, s. w:j .f U 'N V' ,.. -L ,,.'s,Q., 1 ' The auxiliary corps have their second annual spell out, showing the crowd that "SHS Band is dl." 66 Music I Band W 1 .l With Susan Swilley's assistance, Mr. Williams issues a brand new band uniform to Kenneth Brown' The Stone High Band just seems to get better and better. Not only has it had superior ratings in the past two years. at marching festivals, but this year the 1977-78 band proudly brought home trophies for the auxiliary corps and its overall marching performances in Marching Festivals. This was quite a great feat for a band of only 43 members . No one can really imagine all the work that goes into making a band such as this. That is, unless you're a part of the endless practice sessions, the hectic concerts, the routines on muddy football fields , or unless you're a parent of a band student. But undoubtedly not one band member would be willing to give up the good times spent on band trips, the feeling of being a great success at contests, or the fun and excitement that only SHS Band members know. I, -xx i XX - -6. A ,i K 4 Q M As the crowds grow quiet for the National Anthem, the auxiliary corps ' - ' makes their salute . 1 xr .. 2,.-4 -Alf ' - 7 f -ms . e SHS Band in actions Putting on This is one of the many signs seen around school to promote band pride and 3, . . at performance during our game with Splut' rl River Central. Music I Band 67 MUSIC MAKE THE WORLD GO AROUND V MP Y- i Q 4 ' ' ' A if fr-is E in . iv , Q I h A l vwl 1 xxt l x rf 'x' H C X" if -'fix fr ' an 4. 'I ' , : P V7 -A H " wg. w . ,gf "' Q , , Q , ' S - v r - ' Ll I A ' V' l e' i H.. A ' H X if ,I , nv M ' ily, ' i f it ,y I .-!! Y Ai Y LJ Q -Q ,g,,L..! ,,, 5 5. ' 'F ax' . C V ' ,ae M me g- 1 .. ff r r ' , If 1 1,4 .. XP " fr: V' ' I ,P 1 1 , N , is L ' X! J x v ' I I , E, J' l S xg l I Front: Belinda Strickland, Mary Snowden, Cindy Seals, Kaye Whittington, Myrna Bond, Deidra Tullos, Sherrv Fairleyg 2nd Row: Holly Cox, Debbie Bond, Deloris Dalrymple, Teresa Rouse, Rosa Lott, Keri Clement, Arlene Bond, Shirley Arrington, Seneca Knight, 3rd Row: Marilynn Mallet, Donna Graves, Sylvia Henderson, Janie Prine, Wauline Hickman, Cindy Hill, Dolly Perry, Susie Walker, Juanese Joyner, Carol Rogers, Lisa Johnson, 4th Row: Lynn Clement, Julie Naderhoff, Charlotte Slade, Betty Strickland, Annette Baker, Cassandra Blackwell, Tonia Sellers, Robin Ladnier, Rosetta Wash, Dorene Schultz. 68 Music! Choir lin- il l ,,.s,u ggi ,, Director. jerelene jones STO E HIGH SEXTET "We're 41" was the slogan of many signs that lined the Walls of Stone High. Why was this? One of the reasons was that Stone High Choir made Superior in the S.S.A. division competing against schools from Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana at the first annual Gulf Coast Choral Festival. Besides being rated Superior, the choir also proudly brought back the trophy for the best S.S.A. group. Within the choir, there are two small groups, the sextet and ensemble, composed of the best singers among the choir, who perform for club meetings, dinners, and are a special treat during concert time . After all the rehearsals and time spent on learning new songs , the choir is ready for the many events that come its way. Some of these events include State Choir trips, District VIII Choral Festival, Chrisunas and spring concerts, singing tours, and school performances. Stone High has been fortunate to have Mrs. Jerelene jones as choral director over the past five years. Under her direction the Stone High Choir has won many distinguished awards. Annette Baker, Lynn Clement, Betty Strickland, Cindy Hill, Keri Clement, Rosetta Wash. Music! Choir 69 STO E HIGH ENSEMBLE IA ', Front: Armette Baker, Lynn Clement, Betty Strickland, Cindy Hill, Keri Clement, Rosetta Wash, Standing Cassandra Blackwell, Susie Walker, Deloris Dalrymple, Carol Rogers, Rosa Lott. .luslfgr -QW' The Ch0iP'S hard Wofk is Paid Off bY Winning two , The choir works hard to prepare for upcoming superior plaques and an overall trophy at the "Tri competition, State Festival. ' ' 70 Music! Choir SENIOR CHOIR MEMBERS :SWA A :A f' Gyn. . ...L wie-. f"'I'5 i--fo .- 755' aj,-1 Front: Arlene Bond, Robin Ladnier, Belinda Strickland, Mary Snowdeng 2nd Row: Marilynn Mallett, Lynn Clement, Annette Bakerg Back: Marsha Smith, Clifton Anderson. L . 4 akin. Nervously, Marsha Smith and Rosemary jackson Concentrating on the lyrics., the sextet practices for audition for select 'choir. festival . Music f Choir 71 - mf: , . W W.,,,,, VMW- .. . , , ,, ,-2. 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Each day, VICA students board the bus for Perkinston jr. College, where their instructors, Mr. Smith and Mr. Riels, aid them in their studies of carpentry, welding, and auto mechanics. This program has been a part of the curriculum for the past three years and has added many opporttmities for those interested. ln iime and with experience, the skills of these students will become a great benefit to Stone County. Finding the flaw in this engines' performance is a job for Kevin Pairley K," ' ., - , 3 ff-.'f"'e 'wx aar,, Front: john Whittington, Marcus Broadus, Kenny Hickman, Jub Hickman, 2nd Row: Ken Eley, Mark O'Neal, Eric Moore, Danny Waddle, Wayne Marshall, 31d Row: David Hickman, Bill Potter, Alan Mitchellg 4th Row: John Walker, Kevin Fairley, Athern Fairley, Hollis Cooperg Back Row: Nina Butler, Elaine Hickman, Jimmy Anderson, John Campbell, Bobby johnson, Curtis Sellers. 74 Organizations XVICA - ' ' Big in ':. V, , . If A. X n g M al ha gglffgl. The cutting torch skills of Wayne Marshall and john Whittington are closely observed by Mr. Riels. "'l2f4'ilQQsq Learning to replace parts in cars is of great importance to these auto mechanics students, .-of-"""' n 4 A l l-.' l' .Wir-I "1 ? r 7' gf 'A Q f-X is-mu HJ Hu A viilWiii5gfs1wf92 N w y mi! Q he c I V rl-'rg w fl H mlxx N, , w 4 F 5 1 , lr W ' H Yi ,.y-I Instructor, Leonard Riels shows jub Hickman and Danny Waddle some techniques of welding. These auto mechanics students learn the use of an engine performance tester from Mr. Smith. Organizations X VICA 75 Evidently the beginning of the CAT'S MEOW being printed was a great success. lt seems that all Mr. Willison hears is "When's the paper coming out? ' ' Though issues of this year's paper are few and far between, they have been worth the wait! Front: Mr . Willisonponsor , Mary Dearman-senior ed. , John Breland- junior ed. , lna Moore, Paula Williams, Robin Ladnier, Arlene Bond, 2nd Row: Mrs. jones-sponsor, Harriet Dejarnett, Theresa Chandler, Paige Baucum, Rosetta Wash, Patricia Torresg 3rd Row: Shelia Fore, Jacki Danzey, Michile Tullos, Kelvin Sherman, David Nichols. By selling goodies, paper staff members, Ina Moore, David Nichols and Darline Morrison try to meet expenses. Dig. Feature writer, Patricia Torres, concentrates on an article for the paper . Supervised by Mr. Willison and Mrs. jones, the paper staff works frantically to get out another edition of the paper. 76 Organizations! Devotions Committee T L. ' .lllbl tie. lg 1J --"""' devotional . " . . . A Time To Keep Silence, And A Time To Speakn During homeroom, Candy Reynolds brings a 22 ff lf-' K4 Front: Mrs. Cain-Sponsor, Kelly Smith-Co-Chairman, Mandy Williams- Chairman, Paige Baucum-Co-Chairmang 2nd Row: Karen Lott, Paula Williams, Paytha Williams, Claudia Pachel, Pauicia Torresg 3rd Row: Millie McDaniel, Monisa Coole, Harriette Dejarnett, DeSha Brelandg 4th Row: Linda Lott, Karen Breland, Cindy Scarborough, Candy Reynoldsg 5th Row: Vincent Pachel, Jeff Murphy, Joe Saia, Kelvin Sherman. Not Pictured: Cindy Hill. Mandy Williams, Chairman, informs the committee about the coming Christmas play. T'he Devotions Committee has :ontributed greatly to the spiritual attitude of the school this year. The main function of the committee is to bring a brief devotion every morning during homeroom. In addition, the committee has done much to promote goodwill: "sunshine" posters, a Christmas play, Religious Emphasis Week and more . Through it all the memories made on the 1978 Devotions Committee are ones to be cherished. Organizations! Devotions Committee 77 ' an A PENNY EAR ED fi-se Seated: Mrs. Roberts-Sponsor, Kathy Ladner, Susan Shannon, Mary Dearman, Tamarah Smith, Barbara Hickman, Debbie Gunter, Michile Tullosg Standing: Lindsay Miller, Bobbie Wells, Ray Mast, Steven Parrish, jeff Coole, Johnny Ford, Austin Cooper, Joel Bond, Sonia Guyton, Brian Warren, Sandra Smith, Charlotte Moore, Kevin Wash. S Vxfhile filing bank statements at the First Nadonal Bank, Bobbie Wells learns banking procedures. Replacing auto parts is easy for joel Bond, mechanic at Star Chevrolet. 78 Organizations X Co - op IS A PENNY SA VED Members of the Co-op are those students taking Co-operative Vocational Education, who have chosen their occupational objective . Through this program seniors at Stone High are offered course work during the morning and on-the- job training at various businesses in town during the afternoon. Co- op has been very successful this year giving students the opportunity to gain working experience and also to earn a little extra money during their senior year. r 'X'-il I Working at Otasco, johnny Ford learns to be a fine mechanic. While taking in shipments at Sears, Lindsay Miller unloads everything from swimsuits to bicycles. Organizations! CO-Op SCIENCE MUSEUM OPE ED IN 77-78 On ofth attractions inth newSci nc M um' th t k . The Science Club got the year e e e e e use 15 e ra sna e off to a good start with plans for the new Natural Science Museum. The plans included a lot of work during school and sometimes after school. But before putting these plans into action they had to raise the money needed to pay for all the repair work. Bright and early one Saturday morning Science Club members set up various plants, toys, clothes, books and many other things for the rummage sale . The rummage sale was a great success because over 5200.00 was raised. After repairing the house that is now the Science Museum, advanced science classes went on several field trips and collected different species of fish, leaves and insects to be put on exhibit. M 4 Several students worked on the f 1 " 'N - Vi a embombing of the animals to be placed in their designated W V4 A .f 1 dioramas and to go on display. 5 If l"gj'j1Jzp 1 - 1 1 1,4 ,,,N' ' " X After long months of work and "if 5. 'Q Nx,t"ff' ' ' k-":k,'i'v - E?" lf' ffl? ,N research the Science Museum was . A jk J' D' ' X. " 11 i' ' open to the public. ' ' -.4 Q ,X , 1 , E A , ,, A I Y ' J' - M 1 ,ALJLIIWV-W5""' ,nl...w,1gQu"n s. Ng ' " ' , 4 Lea, , M ,, First Row: Randy Prescott, Ronnie Allums, David jetton, Russell Dorsett, Roan Smith, Frank Cox, Gayle Roberson, Becky Sumrall, Mona Clark, Sarah Taylor, Jan Ainsworth, Michelle English, Carrolyn Lyons, Donna Graves, Claudia Pachel, Second Row: Chad Evans, Mike Dravis, Robert Fortner, Eleanor Altman, Tamarah Smith, Becky White, Elisa Smith, Mandy Williams, Angela LeBlanc, DeSha Breland, Simon Wilson, Rita Davis, Ricky Stone, Third Row: Ken Kendricks, joe Draughn, John Breland, Monte Breland, Vincent Pachel, Roger Taylor, Kelvin Sherman, Cindy Seals, Tammy Pelts, Vonda Williams, Brian Coole, Fourth Row: Mrs. Caing Sponsor, Ina Moore, Sandra Parker, Paige Baucum, Myla Parker, Cassandra Blackwell, Paytha Williams, Monica Coole, Paula Williams, Lori Parker, Tammy Dale, Luther Guyton, Fifth Row: Mrs. Webbg Sponsor, Linda Lott, Nena Preston, Karen Breland, Deloris Dalrymple, Patricia Torres, Sarah Hickman, Rosa Lott, Dorthy Fairley, Bill Lenard, Carl Breland, Sixth Row: Joey Rouse, Marty Dravis, 80 Organizations I Science Museum . A E, 494 I 11, , 4.,, T , , , .,-, .L,ne.. , A .az After the embombing of the opossum, Mandy Williams pets it as if it's alive . 'is ff' Taking time out from his work Robert Fortner shows Carolyn Lyons how to fix the windows at the Science Thoroughly enjoying the bird exhibit, is Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Cain, at the Naiional Science Musemn in Jackson. Frank Cox and Ronnie King try to get the display shelves finished in time for the opening of the Science Museum. While their dioramas are being prepared, these animals wait to be put in the new Science Museum. Organizations! Science 81 FFA MEMBERS WIN AT STA TE FAIR ff F 1 , s Front Row: Bill Leonard, Sharon Breland, David Jetton-Pres. , Brian Warren-:Vice Pres. , Randy Prescott-Sec. , Randall Anderson-Treas. , Brian Hancock-Rep. , Terry Owen-Sentinel, Kim Hester, Stewart Smith, Mitchell Raborn, Leslie Baucum, Beau Carpenterg 2nd Row: Stuart Compston, Kent Ainsworth, Timmy Roberts, David Breland, Barry Cameron, Russell Jarvis, Terry Grace, james Ballman, Don Vernon, -lub Hickman, Monte Breland Len Eley, Mike Lyons, Wendell Patton, Richard Smith, Clement Ladner-Advisor, Standing: j.S. Foxworth- Advisor, jeff Gill, Raymond Loper, Steven Parrish, jeff Alexander, Kimble Brooks, Glen Stewart, Randy Beach, Blake Alexander, Hollis Cooper, CLu't Otjen, joel Bond, Billy Breland, Flint johnson, Marcus Broadus, Athern Fairley, Ray Mast, David O'Neal, Austin Cooper, john Walker, Ralph Diaz, Nelson Hunt. Q 1 5 . l .1 4 Pictured with his Reserve Champion Bull at the State Fair is jeff Alexander. These Ag. students, Stevie O'Neal, Garvin Weaver, .lit 1 and jimmy Spring take time out to have a laugh with Mr . Foxworth . 82 Organizations f FFA Oran Bond won lst place for his FFA booth at the State Fair last year. I-Ie was also chosen State Star Farmer. wasgplaalhlljl For those of you who wonder what FFA is all about, we would like to explain. First of all it stands for Future Farmers of America and is a nationally recognized organization made up of students between 13 and 21 years of age who are interested in agriculture . Its main purpose is to encourage the development of leadership, citizenship, and cooperation of its participants. Many of the 1977 FFA members ' -if . e- '. f 'y E5 DF is A-:BBL ' Nw. 'e.wl 3.221 .V'...fru1-arm ' ea as 7. As he passes by, Mr. Ladner stops to give these students a hand as they work on the Homecoming float. If from Stone High attended the State Fair in Jackson, showing livestock and participating in judging contests. One outstanding member, Oran Bond, obtained many honors at the fair and was named State Star Farmer out of approximately 13,000 FFA members from all over Mississippi. He also received the proficiency award for Crop Production at the National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri. All in all Stone High FFA members are encouraged to take part in school and community activities that will contribute to the development of themselves and their cornmunities. Our FFA Swine Judging Team, supervised by Mr. Foxworth, f won 2nd place at the State Fair this year. Members are Brian Hancock, Garvin Weaver and john Walker. Organizations X FFA 83 S. C. PROMOTES SCHOOL SPIRIT Seated: Frank Cox-Pres. , Russell Dorsett-Vice Pres. , Sylvia Strickland-Sec. , Wendy Waits-Treas. , Harriett Dejarnett-Repg 2nd Row: Phyllis Breland, Alisa O'Neal, Robin Morris, Arlene Bond, Keri Clement, Gwen Goins, james Ballman, Don Davisg 3rd Row: Terry Parson, Shelia Hull, Randy Prescott, Jeff Murphy, joe Saia, Robert Fortner, Marty Dravis. fp ldv, l if If The Student Council enjoys a break at half time , dming the A coke sure is refreshing for Ann Vreeland and Cindy Powder Puff football game . Scarborough playing for the Speech G Drama Club. 84 Organizations! Student Council Face to face the opponents begin the Powder Puff game. IV- ' if 1. 1 H The camera catches Mrs. Hollingsworth as she reads Martha Morphew's palm at the Mini Carnival. The official communication between students and administration is provided by the Student Council. Each homeroom elects one person out of their homeroom to represent them in Student Cotmcil affairs. These elected students all unite to make a student voice in the school government. This year the Student Council of Stone High School provided many entertaining activities both to raise money and promote ' 'school spirit. ' ' The annual Halloween Mini Carnival took place on the 31st of October. The Student Council also challenged the Speech and Drama Club to a Powder Puff football game which was held on the football field at the Home Community Center in Big Level. It was a tremendous success. The score varied from time to time and excitement was high. Both teams battled for victory but in the end neither team came out on top. The final score was 14 to 14. 4. .. w 3 va V', ' M -4 - 'X El , Q F. S, v -3-P . a l l 1 "f'l'l'xA ' Av' if ."i'i'42f 'i3 Wim i t ,fr iid f- .,J7"vQ:x.uif ' 1 uf ' V2 x " jg- -, '19-I Z., i .2fmQC?3g,f5:g. K N - ff -,-. , .-,-' 32 - :gx.G.,':'L-a"'q3A. '- 1,1 r ,mb se- s.wfiL,pb-. .+V-ik. QFWHQ .. ' 3.6 1. ' ,gr jj.'1-,gy .5 .Lf l V.- Q-N gy-' S.. 432, ,,,'QE3"i3gf,l,.-.vtqigl MH4,QFg.fs' asakew'-:.qgnv'e 'Q . we r w fr: . Q-'Q-. . w. g is lf. Y nth 1U X. , A "-. .:"'s-33, ' .+ X' ,.. ,. ,,.r':i..., 1. rf h y. 1: -1' Ervin' Vi,-ff: V1 f " 'gift Ilifk--6. ' ' FY, .Y 3:35 BTV:-1595 ' wiv 'i 'fi' lf- . ue.-5: .Q 1 '3' r-Q'1"- 39. b-!' 13:11 - A.- , J Student Council Members get excited as a few more points are added to the score . During the Halloween Carnival Marty Dravis and David Nichols scramble to find the needle in the hay stack. Organizations! Student Council 85 Standing beside their first place projects are Kelvin Sherman and Vince Pachel. The Latin Club has come through this year with picnics, club meetings, plays and its annual Roman Banquet. Preparations for the banquet include auctioning first year Latin students as slaves to Latin Il students. The '77 banquet was held in Mrs . Breland's back yard where the "don1ini" were served an elegant Roman meal by the lowly ' 'servi' ' . Of course no one could attend without wearing the traditional Roman attire . Dressed in the traditional toga and tennis shoes these Romans await their masters' command. , , ,T JZ- ip-T?li"i ' . N . . s.,:,,jy,p.r is xl 1,55 ',,j:..g- 1. . K V N J . W 4 - Q -li-vw Atv. .fur 1 , W , A -' ' - Er - - . - -1 iw e f T -. 5 1 '. A A s ,Q ' . Q 1 .1 t V 'f 'y A :fi , 1 v r V , Q v X., I. r. 5 , ' . '-: fl .1,-. , e i . L .N ..f he I X +,,' - Ax, M l A fy af ' siigkefi Sf.-1. .1 ' f Z-,f 5 I L '. Q' TT.'t"-,131 X . 5 L' 13-lug , V V I-fit!! C I ith-tl 1 gg ,T " La J A-1 I. ,. Ll' 4 'Q Fai , All f 1 . .. ,Agll , . .1 -- A V M rf V .. J 1 Q 9, Ag, .,, r-visa. ,- .iafpffr-',e,gH ' -JG' 1Evf.e-N--A . . 'A . , g 3 gear,-,.-, -F . '1 ,gag ...L f 3, 55- 1 42? . -1 V. 1 f, "J-. A- 1w n ' L' Rss "Q: 1 1 f."nf"fr .f , myfiyr - 5' if I .qlisw - . --.H+-I-f' 7 511. rf'-T " 0-1 -M ' f f 1 - 4--rf-: ..',-'fr' J' g 1g- 3-Tfeffei fr- - 471 -' ,lv a L ff jj-,1i4'1'f..412'-E545 ., ' :Elf W '45 P .. ,,. '19 - -eff: s 5 tr"-..1r1,.. rfgfg, Z". , . . 1 J? 7 I . Paige Baucum and Cindy Hill make lovely ' .' , - y Roman "pue1lae" . tg, 1 .1 1 , sf' ' 4.41 E , , Front: John Prickett-Pres. , Mandy Williams-Vice Pres. , Karen Breland-Sec. , Sylvia Strickland-Treas. , Paula Williams-Rep. 5 2nd Row: Sharon Breland, Vonda Williams, Paytha Williams, Monica Coole, Alisa O'Neal, Rosa Lottg 3rd Row: Donnie O'Neal, Jeff Murphy, James Drake, Don Davis, Roger Taylor, Vincent Pachel, Terry Parsonsg Standing: Mrs. Virginia Breland-Sponsor, Linda Lott, Marty Dravis, Ronnie King, Ken Kendrick, Curt Otjen, Jack Stephens, Paige Baucum, jeff Coole, Patricia Torres, Karen Lott. .Q C N-sa . b Aw- -ii-.1 l. LE CIR CLE FRANCAIS First place winner in French, Angela LeBlanc poses for a picture . n , ,r,-. . I 2 if , M ff, , :ke if ,ff 'nl I j Q , 1 i ' C Q '.T'fg,,3a-.1 . if 3 , J , Wvxl -,Q W, ' I if m P tul.4'v' f !24i3""'ill+4i- ' 1 Proud of 1:he1r drawing, Susie Walker and Rita King smile With the use of earphones, Mrs. Breland helps with satisfaction perfect Lori Parker's and Angela LeB1anc's French. Front john Breland Pres , Angela LeBlanc Vice Pres Monte Breland Sec Treas. , Lori Parker-Rep.5 2nd Row: Brian Coole, Ricky Stone, Wendy Walm, Robert Fortner, Stanchng Frank Cox, DeSha Breland, Sarah Taylor, Mrs. Le Circle Francais has been on the move with activities and excitement this year. This club, consisting of French I1 students, was able to visit New Orleans and see the King Tut exhibit along with a tour of the French Quarter. Also, a few of the students enjoyed a rare opportunity to tour parts of France and various other parts of Eurdpe. K Organizations! French 87 WHERE, THE COPY KEY? After school meetings . . . late night ' " 'ii' 7 H' " sessions . . . overdue deadlines . . . secret birthday parties . . . salty -H 11 popcorn . . . headaches . . . missing copy . . . and more headaches . . . all ' add up to one thing- -the SHS annual I-, staff. When we started out on this impossible task of reporting the 1977-78 school year, we yveren't too sure we would ever make it. One thing that was a lot of fun but also one big headache this year was the football concession, which annual staff members volunteered to take over. We may not pop the tasdest popcorn or make the best hot chocolateg but we did learn one thing: if we had it to do all over again we would make sure SOMEBODY fixed that stupid coke machine . can Even though we had a time getting the W Y , , Senior Portraits back, keeping enough "3" 1 x copysheets on hand, and putting Arlene Kar:-P5 tt together the Beauty S Beau Pageant right at our last deadline- -we made it! 7 Q3 11, ,,- 12" l HW, ,H d.- 1 if-Y ' 'r -7-Q 'W Front Row: Angela LeBlanc, Becky Sumrall, Rosa Lott, Karen Lottg 2nd Row? Susie Walker, Rita K1ng,.Pa1ge Baucum, Melissa I-Iatten, Candy Reynolds, Arlene Bond, 3rd Row: Mrs. Hollingsworth, .Carl Breland, Cindy Scarborough, Carrolyn Lyons, Elisa Smith, Millie McDaniel, Karen Breland, Wendy Waits, Back: Randall Anderson, Martha Morphew, Tim Purvis, Patricia Torres, Marilynn Mallett. Not Pictured: Debbie Freeman and Cindy Hill. 88 Organizations! Annual Staff -,L.. QY Dirg- As Randall Anderson looks over her shoulder, Becky Suinrall hits the wrong key. 4 During Homecoming Week Elisa Smith, Carrolyn Lyons, and Melissa Hatten work hard connecting spirit links. Using her artistic talent, Angela LeBlanc draws a poster announcing annual sales. .,- ,J 1- While Tim Purvis and Carl Breland listen, Rosa Lott reads over the copy she has just completed. Suuggling over a difficult layout, these staff members pause to think. p Organizationsf Annual Staff 89 1 i ' iv a- , 5. .,lf,,.:-.W ,- '1 ' 'ff T", ' - ' ' ' ' W , -1 , .1-gr.. . ,. ,1 , ..,-hr-fyji-p.,F L :,. Y ' , I E "E- Front: CLu't Otjen, Scott Strickland, Frank Cox, Ray Boggs, Russell Dorsett, Gayle Roberson, Jacki Danzey, Lorese Taylor, Joey Rouse, Coach Pete Georgian, Spon. 5 2nd row: David Nichols, Becky White, Rita Davis, Ricky Stone, Don Vernon, David Jetton, Debbie Coker, Terry Owens, Simon Wilson, Tammy Overstreetg 3rd row: Ronnie 'Meadows, Raymond Loper, Paula Williams, Paige Baucum, Susan Cooper, Sandra Parker, Cindy Scarborough . ffl? I Front: Ronnie Allums, Curt Otjen, Scott Strickland, Frank Cox, Ray Boggs, Randy Beach, Russell Dorsett, Gayle Roberson, Timmy Roberts, Sandy Parker, Lorese Taylor, Joey Rouse, Pete Georgian-Spon. 5 2nd row: Robert james, Russell Jarvis, Raymond Loper, Ronnie Meadows, Cindy Scarborough, Don Vengogi-,.-Charlotte,R Moore, Paula Williams, Vonda Williams, Susan Cooper, Simon Wilson, 3rd row: jeff ,"l.isa Alexander, TX X Billy Breland, Malcom Mclnnis, jimmy Moore, Brian Warren, David jetton, Debbie Co 17-ja'clifiianzeyif2 Tammy Overstreet, Paige Baucuzng 4th row: David Nichols, Mandy Williams, Paul Dorsett, Rita Davis, Ricky Stone, Willie Goins, Becky White, Terry Oweng 5th row: Marty Dravis, Todd Davis, Daniel Harris, Mike Breland, Charles Galloway, Eddie Rameyg Back row: Richard, Steve johnson. 91 Organizations X FCA, S - Club ,fig Front: Scott Strickland, Alisa O'Neal, Elaine Brown, Cindy Scarborough, Rose Mary jackson 5 2nd Row: Lynn Clement, Sheila Overstreet, Paul Bacon, Kathy Lott, Terri Meadows, Theresa McQueeng 3rd Row: Nikita Powe, Sarah Taylor, Karen Breland, Melanie Parker, Donna Hatten, Gail Bardwell, jimmy Moore, Anita O'Nealg 4th Row: Mrs. Wood-Sponsor, Ken McDonald, Ella Scarborough, Larry Redeemer, Willie McCarrol, John Hill, Ricky Farmer, Melissa O'Neal. 1 I-Nlirslgnlyladden-Sponsor, Deidra Tullos, Mary Snowden, Dora Thompson, Betty Strickland, Edith I-Iennis, Wauline c an. 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Fired up for the game , SHS Tomcats tear through the sign. 96 Athletics! Football The Tomcat defense fights hard to hold back the Blue Devils . Coaches Cooper Farris, Jimmy Webb, and Mike Black talk over their strategy plans. Seated: Ray Boggs, Russell Robinson, George Redeemer, Terry Owen, Kneeling: Frank Cox, Terry Buckley, Barry Cameron, Kent Ainsworth, David jettong Standing: Willie Goins, Russell Dorsett, Curt Otjen, Scott Strickland, Don Vernon, Randy Beach, Ronnie Allums. Athletics X Football 97 TOMCA TS HA VE ROUGH SEASON With our losing the first four games, homecoming, and The final game of the season, there seems to be no getting around it - - our luck Lmfortunately ran out this year. But the team was much better than its 3-7 record indicates. Four of the games lost were lost by three points or less and could have gone either way. The team truly should be recognized for its hard work, both players and coaches really put a lot of effort, dedication, and determination into the season. We did enjoy a few victories which ,guy were all worth while and we are by , lv- . K Q ' ' N now looking forward to a new year ' ' with more victories and being .N ' ' ' f . .Bet .. number 1 once again. - . ' With David Jetton's assistance , quarterback Russell Dorsett makes away with the ball. Seated: Billy Riels, Simon Wilson, Hank Harriel, Howard Danzey, Brian Roberson, George Redeemer, Raymond Loper, David Nichols, Jeff Ladner, Stewart Smith, Don Davis, Willie Goins, Wendell Patton, Manager-Clifton Andersong 2nd Row: Manager-Todd Davis, Edwin Cowart, jimmy Spring, Don Scarborough, Harry Weaver, Brian Coole, Terry Buckley, Barry Cameron, David jetton, Robert james, Nathan jones, Domiie O'Neal, Jeff Otjeng 3rd Row: Coach-Jimmy Webb, Russell Robinson, Ray Boggs, Mike Breland, James Green, Daniel Harris, Timmy Roberts, Kent Ainsworth, Terry Owen, Russell Jarvis, joel Vernon, Leslie Baucunm, Malcolm Mclnnisg Back: Ronnie Allums, Billy Breland, Randy Beach, Don Vernon, Scott Strickland, Paul Dorsett, Russell Dorsett, Curt Otjen, Frank Cox, Chuck Evans, Coach-Cooper Farris, Coach-Mike Black. 98 Athletics X Football UIC ICG! After a day's practice in the summer heat these fellows take a if thing :Q breather . V H : 5 CQKG l t fit. X, ' t,,, l- 1 , .E n tit. . Y r Y p , F W .1 V ill a 1 -LJA, .fit U . - 'l .r- El -' V TA ' ' . 'V .t . - t, 't - 1 -'gf ,. iTH1f.ft'?" :fff " " 1 ES-rllg-. " 'l 1' tt .- - i .- fi! Y- Atiirtfe, 7 .714 lvvw ill V'- ' ,, lp, ,E-.,4l.g'L X, ".,Lkgt4,',z 5.2 f.' 'J -- 'fiintgtc -Y , -fv-2 5 it-,tiff ite-3 ---at Sg na .152 ff?-l . .-mtg., 11- ' I .'1EfaQ-.5-5, .t its .f1f"?li' :ii , ' ' - t During football practice Terry Owen and Todd Davis rip-off some cool refreshments. Tomcats' defense fights hard to hold back South Pike 's offense during the Homecoming game . STBNE HI. SGll00lt 1977 Football senttdttie ,,,.,a ces' , . I, l Sept. 2-OPEN . ' icjtsppt. tl sonar comm to -lnttttt 'pP , tp, Sept. I6 Lumnmon apps t pg Sept. as Lone amen to - Tape 1 tg: sppt. auf-avatar mvnn ezmlm. - ntppp i t fl opt, 1 5HARRlS0NpCEN'I'RALfC7 -Home 7 Ott. 143-3S0U'l'H PIKE mtptppptqp .. Home E opt 21 3PoPLA1w1u.r ?1 Hgme t oott. 28'LqlCEAN srnmcs tc:-5 Hptpt t I'-I-Nttv.f 4 bnmnrpwn It 1fv'N0V- liz?-QCOLUMBM gi fc' ...t ' 'f f tt tttl l 1 t .f. -f-3' "5-41-H v -- -. ' 1- ., fn af, -- ,4 .- ,,- ., t, f Tomcats were seen almost daily practicing at the Pickle Field during football season . Athletics I Football 99 Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone 100 Athletcis! Freshman Football 1977-78 'fr 49: 1 Front: Thomas McKerly, Lance Baucum, Bobbie Cobb, Jamie Cowart, Managerg Kenny Morris, Lennis Taylorg 2nd Row: Jerry Miller, Steve Buckley, Kevin Preston, Barry Brooks, Mike Fairley, Tracy Hallg 3rd Row: Teddy Moore, Mark Baxter, Blake Davis, Albert Kirkland, Jon Parkerg 4th Row: Marcus Thurman, Jerome Galloway, Joseph Arrington, Danny Corbettg Sth Row: Charles Fairley, Ricky Gilnerg 6th Row: Coach john Kirker, Not Pictured: Asst. Coaches Don Vernon and Kent Ainsworth. 22 Poplarville 6 22 Hawkins 14 6 Harrison Central 18 . 0 George Cotu-ity 14 0 Long Beach 34 0 Ocean Springs 8 l 'M With the help of his teammates, Jimbo Shrewsberry runs for a touchdown. if? M, 5.1',,'1f!?'-,,.Q gtg , .. 1' J- Y J- , fi? eu 1 '- ' 2' ,A ,aa-M-1-2 ke-n P3 ' 5: w H V ww . -. - .if L- -li, -' ' iw? 11524 mf 5 -Hzgjfi AL aj M -:-+5 W 4- Aw 1 gm , 1 r if FRE HMAN FOOTB LL Captains Kevin Preston and Jerry Miller meet with the captains of the Poplarville Hornets to toss the 10' F Shading their eyes from the afternoon sun, Mr. Baucum and members of the team try to follow the action on the field. Athletics! Freshman Football 101 TTTTTOOOOO MMMMCCCCCAAAAA TTTTTS . . . Becky Whitel' , Gayle Robersoni , Misg,Buckley, Lorece Taylor, Rosetta Wash, jackie Danzeyx , Tammy Overstreet, Mitzy Ball, Rita Davisf by QS . g , .. Q" ffl exp, 1 T ' Q, L , v an -f Y :ni Senior cheerleaders, jackie Danzey, Becky White, and Gayle Roberson star in this weeks' skit, ' 'The Dating Game . ' ' The cheerleaders toss footballs to the crowds from their Homecoming float. if Denotes senior cheerleader 102 Athletics! Cheerleaders Concentrating on Lmfamiliar routines, the cheerleaders try their hand at twirling. After learning a new formation the cheerleaders pose for a picture . Puttmg on Friday skits is hard work for the cheerleaders but also a lot of fun ln this one they try to hunt down a ' 'greyhound" portrayed by Gayle Roberson. Athletics! Cheerleaders 103 Stone Brooklyn Stone Hancock Stone George County Stone Hancock Stone Ocean Springs Stone Long Beach Stone Pass Christian Stone Purvis Stone East Central Stone Pass Christian Stone Vancleave Stone Harrison Stone Poplarville Stone Long Beach Stone Purvis Stone Vancleave Stone East Central BROOKLYN TOURNAMENT WINNERS 104 Athletics I Basketball Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Brooklyn Hancock George County Hancock Ocean Springs Long Beach Pass Christian P1u'vis East Central Pass Christian Vancleave Harrison Poplarville Long Beach Purvis Vancleave East Central Brooklyn and George County Tournament Winners GULF COAST CONFERENCE CHAMPS ! Athletics I Basketball 105 GIRLS WI BROOKLYN TO RNE Y 'El Zela johnson, Darline Campbell, Cookie Fairley, Debbie Coker, Sandra Parker, Susan Cooper, Vonda Williams, Paula Williams, Marilyn James, Ina Moore, Center: Coach Peter Georgian. fi 4 ' ' 1' fill ' 'jlqn' Hours of practice are spent each day learning new plays. Coach Georgian quickly sketches the next play and insiructs the girls in their positions . 106 Athletics! Girls' Basketball jf? L 1 .. 9 as 1- ll Q M,,.,.f7rfY.fffm f- , , ' ' 1 ,- II 1 1 5.1- X K.: :JH 'P' ' 'us E ' N' H, ' 1 ' H521 wp. 1. " " v fa N? " ' 1 ' 1 - 41. , ,N "-H . ! I .v x -.. Q. 1 f49f1fAL - ,- ' NH - E, f' 'IH " -he .,,F,..J if ew. 1 UI? 'L 'iff in- X.. ,, 111. H K ,u :af ff L A lg -M11 , V. .5 ,na Q . 45 1, 1? - V 5 if i. l I "" FMINX ,L L Q. -.- xy X V' 4, .4 . "4-. ' . 5 . yt gg 55 -A ,Tux J" AL. i'ffFA .fa J lg? . 1- in 2 1 1 ' : -..: ,, ' P-' : , 5 L, Fr Q A , - --d- 'F ' Ii I 0-in -J 4' - ,iq xg-L Q fs S Eddie Ramey, Arthur Woodward, Tony White, Billy Ston , Qjzamq e '1t, Ricky Stone, Mitchell Hart, Bob Weathers, Richard Howzex , Steve Johnsong Kneeling' ?6dnswo -Sta . , Peter Georgian-Coach, Kelvin Sherman - Stat . -. 'V 1:--ffl Dunking the ball, Richard Howze runs up the score for Stone . Despite Hancock's defense, Risky Stone shoots for two more points. 'F Denotes senior player 108 Athletics! Boys' Basketball ' TOM CA TS PLA Y T0 WI 1, F I 1 Leaping high in the air, Eddy Ramey shows his 5- 1. X- . - Y opponent the proper way to make a jump shot. During a time out at the Harrison Central game our boys receive some advice from Coach Georgian. MNU' SMOKING ouw svn 's ALLOWED I nuvlnslcn c 7 1 ,-, , V W , 3 S.-I i E '- A '-5:-'L -s 1 1 1 Mfg?-d Rs -1 7. ' - if Kenny Morris-Mgr. , Thomas McKerley-Mgr. , Teddy Moore, Nelson Hunt, Paul Monroe , Blake Davis, Marlin Smith, joe Saia, Jonathan Parker, Jimbo Shrewsberry, Jerry Sanders, Kevin Preston, Mike Fairley, Mark Baxter- Mgr. , Lance Baucum-Mgr. 3 Center: Coach John Kirker. Athledcsf Freshman Basketball 109 TOM CA TS HA VE SUPER YEAR! Despite our opponents' defense, Tomcat Mitchell Hart reaches for the ball. Warming up before the big game, the girls practice free throws. 1 10 Athletics I Basketball ,, S:-1 Xlfr 3 High jumps are easy for Richard Howze, who lays one up for Stone . With the score tied 24-24, Coach Georgian paces the floor. an-il '23 , 11' ' li We 're No. 1 . After a win the boys are really fired up. Searching for an unguarded teammate, Sandra Parker tries to lose her opponent. Athletics I Basketball 1 1 1 1977-78 STO E HIGH 'T f V ' 1' ,X , rfii g-4455? Mgt" -' -if n H . Ir - . .J , s. .. ,-g?f3'?2faz145?'Y. ., '7'L'5"ff 5.93 - 'TFTP' ' VL- ' .. 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H .QBQQQ Q QQQQQ .QQ H Six QQHQQQ .Q QQEQQF Q Q2 QQHQ H QQHEQET Q Q QQQQMH Q QQHQ QW Q QEQQ QQ M ,QQ Q QQ? QQQQQ? Q QQQQQ Q5 Q?QQMQQQQ..? QQQEEQQQHQ ORGANIZATION IS THE ,ff-' KA! 'fesuvw-,rm M, ' 43' " ' -ella?-are-.-1, - fivff' A-. F Lester Baucum: Principal How do they ever do it? With phones ringing, discipline problems, and students getting late-slips, the office staff is still able to keep putting out the work. And then the teachers, required to stand hall duty, swamped with extracurricular activities to sponsor, still find time to get in a little teaching. Even with everything that goes wrong around here, almost everyone is able to keep his I her head above water. Needham jones: Assistant Principal 118 People ,f Administration :.. 'ff x item ' H H 3.5 Q--5 Y -- .Pi ki ,M sg NAME 0 THE GAME Board Of Education Mrs. Margie Rabby - Guidance Counselor Mrs. Carol Sue Fairley - Secretary QA . Woodley Lott, jerry Alexander, Donald Waits, Attg Charles Williams, Chairman, Ras Davis, Walter Davis, Sitting: Superintendant of Education, -I.A. O'Neal. People X Administration 1 1 9 iv .M-we LANGUAGE ART Virginia Breland- Betty Hollingsworth- Doris O'Neal-Special Gloria Wood-English French, Latin . . . English II, English IV, Education of Reading. I, Speech 8 Drama . French Club, Latin Journalism . . . . Beta Club. Club. Annual Staff, Basketball Miriam Saia-English I Carolyn Yeager- Betty Davis-English Il Cheerleaders- ' ' ' Beta Club- English 111 - - - Y- . . . Y-Teens. TEEDS- Fredna Madden- Librarian . . . Library , ub. X ' , Q I al wee, 2 I 1 ,I LJ f A nl, AL I , + 1 tl ,I Q 671 oc V f . y, , ff fu.. any f 3441 A During her off period, c ,lf M74 During 4th period, MIS- Breland is Nh-S. ony pomays a We find Mrs. O'Neal MIS- Wwd fries to 1nte1'TUPfed by 3 knock fortune teller at the busily typing away at ke?P he' StudY hall on the door- Mini Carnival. the ' 'little house" . qulef- C l C ' C I f, I -4- .-, l l 'E 1-V Y' A r A v .2 1'-'U 4' I iz ' ' , 6 ' 1 Q Y -' 'fr '. K W ' ' A xv l 'Wim' "H T' alum:-w A :WTI I . . , ff" W Members of the nag MIS- Madden looks Dufing e IjgSmPg'S?fi'?n Before Sth perioq, corp urge Miss Davis to over some newly lectlie 1 2313 15 Mrs. Yeager reviews join their skit. arrived materials . 3325 'C Wa 3 e r. her lesson plans- 12O People X Faculty . SUCIAL STUDIES . . COACHING. Mike Black-Physical cooper Farris- Health, ' Education, Driver Education . . . Football Coach. jesse Chambers- American Government, American History. One of the many events of homecoming week has Coach Black sitting on ice . Between classes, Mr. Chambers grades a few papers. Physical Education, Football and Baseball Coach . . . Inter-Act Club. Peter Georgian- Civics, Physical Education, Boys' and Girls' Basketball Coach . . . Girls' "S" Club. Wh1le g1v1ng a test, Coach Farris 1S caught off guard by the camera john Kirker-Mississippi History, Physical Education . . . Freshman Football Coach. Larry Rouse -World History, American Government, Economics . Coach Kirker finds some of the anucs of h1s P E class amusing jimmy Webb-Driver Education, Football Coach . . . Boys' "S" Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Nina Shaw-American History, Sociology . . . Junior Class Sponsor. As head football coach, jimmy Webb takes on many new responsibilities During hall-time Coach Georgian gives a short pep talk to the team. Checking the absentees, Mr. Rouse's attention is diverted . A - - 5. Mrs. Shaw begins her lecture with a smile. People X Faculty 1 21 n MATH . SCIENCE . Mike Cain-Chemistry Inda Martin-Remedial Carolyn Sellers- Mary Webb-Biolggy I, 1, ll, Physics . . . Mathematics. Algebra 1, ll, ll . - - Footbay Devotions Committee, Geometry, Advanced Cheerleader Spo or, Science Club. coach w.P. Robem- Math. Fundamental Junior CHS S , Bu-si Nlath matic . . . lVl'll Alpha ' Samuel Knight- Busigizg Law, e S1 Theta. Mary E1 . e Wes nb' xr, Mathematics. scienc - Y g ' Eva Ruth Simpson- QV W - ,N Algebra 1, N I Ny QJ Fundamental Math I. ' ,K tl xx 3 33 S Jw lf it Mya R W .15 3 J 3 .Q t rl N f xl 1 WRX N. Q1 f ,N .fy X3 H uw .X Qi n A googjugh lets As the science fair i After the lesson, Mrs. Being allergic to everyone rest a approaches, Mrs. Cain Martin straightens up chalk, Mrs. Sellers moment befgre Mrs, is swamped with more before he, next Class. uses the overhead Webb gtartg the ngteg and more work. projector. again, n r A 'I 14 : ,X . N X I 5 .A I . I . r if "'N 1-WI Y " t l Vs. s-I , ' YW, " A X TL - x -:rm N Mr. Knight cuts an eye Rtggngmiiibem Qigiggiggkiggtflgme Wesson lgiades a at the camera, while enjoys ids mom-ing board, Mrs. Simpson sexi gragecrisa V212-SSW ork. Wflf-mg out a pass' Coffee , makes the assignment. 122 People I Faculty 11 VOCA TI ONAL ED U CA TIO J. S . Foxworth- Biny Jack Agriculture . . . FFA. Scarborough- Clement Ladner- Agriculture . . . FFA Mr Foxworth helps Terry Buckley with h1 Carpentry . . . VICA. Leonard Smith- Mechanics . . . VICA. Mr Scarborough s proudly poses 1n front classwork of the VICA trophies Wesley Riels-Welding . . . VICA . Eugenia Baucum- Home Economics . . . FHA. Mr Riels looks on as Wayne Marshall uses the cutting torch Myrtle jones-Typing I . . . Cat's Meow Staff, FBLA, Senior Class Sponsor. Charles Willison- Typing 11, Accoruiting, Shorthand, Secretary Office Procedures FBLA Cat's Meow Staff Mrs Jones finds it hard to keep warm on this cold morning "2 Mr L dn ks Mr Smith ets a cu Lecmrmg on Clothing Mr Willison spends a er wor on g p the gazebo for the of coffee between fesfgnsa Mrs Bauggm 4th period drilling his homecoming float classes Ctgqqesijnas someo Sh0I'tl1and Class People X Faculty 123 . MUSIC . . . CO-OP . . . CAFETERIA WORKERS . jerelene Jones-Choral Betty Sue Roberts- Director, General Music Cooperative Education , . . . Sextet, Ensemble. . . Co-op Club. Ronald Williams-Band Director. Even during her break, Mrs. jones enjoys playing the piano. ' I 3 l Pearlie Carter, Mary Davis, Dorothy Littlefield, , Carline Canton. L- 1 . ,R VW 'x - 'l 'X N Closely watching the Mrs. Roberts is very . . - Peffqgglzslzgf definite on the qualities A f""' psssigfgsmistakes. of an efficient employee . 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' - W - .-.-: W .wgsf , ,M 1, Nashua wfg,M,Qxu:gw,, ' - ' XK L XQQSHWQQQ vbggfgifl M-if N1 - ,, H ,, Q? mwaw wggg i, E4 4 W ,w If ,aw g2EiBg 'QfigE m,Sii2g5j2?M ,Q ' E w1.3 sw i4z 55 N B 5 E Qs kwg gw Meg' as 5,,.gi2gg?Qz,p3 w nigh ig THOMAS KENT AINSWORTH 2!26!6O -Football-2, 3, 4, Baseball-1, 2, 3, 4, S-Club-2, 3, 4. ALBERT EUGENE ALEXANDER 1O!25!58- Football-2, 3, French Club-2, VICA-2, 3, 4, FFA-2, 3, 4, Science Club-2. BLAKE QLEXQNDER 12123159-FFA-1, 1 1 ' RONALD LYNN ALLUMS 12! 24X 60-Football-4 , Student Council- 2 , 3 , Paper Staff- 1 , 2, Inter- Act- 3 , 4 , Science Club - 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholastic Honors-1, 2. CLIFTON D. ANDERSON 5131159-Football-1, 4, Choir- 1, 4, FFA-1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL C. BACON 8f24!59-FFA-4, Speech S Drama-4. ANNETTE WALTERS BAKER 2f24!6O Choir-1, 2, 3, 4, Sextet-2, 3, 4, Ensemble-2, 3, 4, Y-Teens-1, 2, FFA-1, Honors Choir, State 3, Superior 3, Superior Choir 4, Seciion leader 3, 4. RAYMOND EDWIN BEACH 9!3!59-Football-3, 4, Latin Club-4, FCA-3, 4, Science Club-2, 3. BILL BERRY 2!4!59-VICA-1, 2, FFA-4. ARTICIA BRUNNETT BOGGS 1O!12f6O Choir-1, FFA-1, 2, 3, FBLA-3, 4. RAY ANTHONY BOGGS 4f9!60-Football-4, Basketball 2, Baseball-1 , 4, Track-2, 3, 4, S-Club-1, 2, 3, 4, FPA-1, 2, 3, FBLA-4, Gymnastic-2, 3. ARLENE MARIE BOND 1!17f6O-Choir- 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council-4, Paper Staff-4, Y-Teens-1, Latin Club-1, FI-IA-3, 4, President-4, FBLA-3, 4, Science Club-2, Annual Staff- 3, 4, Editor-4, Class Officer-1, 2, 3, 4. 126 People f Seniors EVERYBODY IS KU G FU FIGHTING .,. ml. 45' 'sa ..- .- Terry Buckley and Ricky Farmer, both seniors, enjoy an unusual sport outside of their school activities. This is Karate . Terry has been in Karate for three- and-a-half years and is under the instruction of Butch Galenia, who has a first degree black belt. Terry himself has obtained a blue belt. He has fought in five tournaments including The Louisiana State Championship and the Southern Taekouendo Championship. Ricky has been in Karate for two- and-a-half years and is also insu-ucted by Butch Galenia as Well as by Bobby Moore. He has been in two tomnaments: The Louisiana State Championship where he placed fifth out of sixty-three entries and the South Taekouendo where he finished in the top ten. Both Terry and Ricky agree that in the sport of Karate you learn not only self- defense but discipline and self-control as well. you LAWRENCE BOND JR. 7128160- VICA-3, FFA-2, 3, 4, Co-op-4. CARY EDGAR BRELAND 811159. MARCUS EARL BROADUS 2f5f60- v1cA-3, 4, 1-'FA-1, 2, 3, 4. TERRY WILSON BUCKLEY 71 27! 59- Football-2, 3, 4, S Club-4, FCA-2, 3, 4. BARRY CLARK CAMERON 4!4f60-Football-1, 2, 3, 4, Track-2, 3, SClub- 1, 2, 3, 4, FCA-1, 2, 3, 4, FFA-2, 3, 4, Science Club-1, 2, 3, Who's Who-3, 4. THERESA ANN CHANDLER 1O!28f61- Choir 1, 2, Student Council-1 , Paper Staff-2, 4, Y-Teens-2, 4, French Club-1, FHA- 1, 4, FBLA-2, Science Club 2, Who's Who-1, 2, Choir Honors-1, 2. People I Seniors 127 MONA LYNN CLARK 818160- Band-1, 2, 3, 4, DrumMajor- 4, Beta Club-3, Science Club- 3, 4, Band Council-2, 3, 4. MELODY LYNN CLEMENT 9125160-Band-1, 3, Choir-1, 2, 3, 4, Sextet-1, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble-1, 2, 3, 4, Devotions Committee-2, 3, Y-Teens-3, 4, Beta Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Speech 8 Drama-4, Science Club-2, 3, Who's Who-4. STUART LEE COMPSTON 81 14160-Baseba11- 1, 2, 3, 4, S-Club-3, 4, FCA- 4, FFA-2, 3, 4. JEFF ALLYN COOLE 6126160- Band-1, Latin Club-1, 2, 3, FFA-2, 3, Co-op-4. AUSTIN DEAN COOPER 10120160- FFA- 2, 3, 4, Co-op-4. FRANK WILLIS COX 8129159-Footba11- 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball-1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council-1, 2, 4, President-4, Literary Club-3, Inter-Act-2, 3, 4, S-Club-3, 4, Beta Club-3, 4, Science Club-4, Geometry Award-2, JACKI LYNN DANZEY 219161- Cheerleader-1, 2, 4, Y-Teens- 4, Latin Club-1, S-Club-1, 2, 4, FCA-4, FBLA-4, Paper Staff-4. MARY ANN DEARMAN 312160-Choir-1, Paper Staff 2, 3, 4, Junior Editor-3, Senior Editor-4, Devotions Committee-3. RUSSELL KENNEDY DORSETT 3129160- Football-1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball- 1, 2, 3, 4, S-Club-1, 2, 3, 4,Who's Who-4, Football Iilonors-2, 3, Chemistry Award- MICI-IAEL PATRICK DRAVIS 3117160 Science Club-4. SUSAN IEANNETTE DUNNAM 118160 Basketball- 1 , 2, 3, French Club-2, S-Club-1, 2, 3, Science Club-2, 3, 4, Who's Who-1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Court-1, 3, 4. FORREST CHAD EVANS 11 130160 Inter-Act-2, 3, Science Club-3, 4. 1 28 People 1 Seniors w I MOTU CROSS SKILL A D E DURANCE ATHERN ZENO FAIRLEY 1Of24f6O- VICA-4, FFA-2, 3, 4. PAULA KAY FAIRLEY 5!12!6O-FHA-2, 3, Scholastic- 3. PRISCILLA FAIRLEY 10f3f60- Choir-1, 2, 3, Y-Teens-3, FHA-1, 3. Moto Cross is the second most demanding sport in the world and preparing for one takes alot of hard work. People who ride Moto Cross and do well usually have a natural talent for it. Terry Owens, a senior, has been an expert racer in the Moto Cross for two-and-a-half years and during his first year he won the Mississippi State Championship Moto Cross race. He is a member of the American Motorcycle Association which has allowed him to travel to many different states including Texas, Missouri, North Carolina, and Georgia. During the sumrner, Terry entered a race in the Superdome in New Orleans in which out of the eighty entries, only twenty-four could qualify for the race . Terry qualified and finished nineteenth overall. He was the only privateer to make it to the finals. Terry has won around three thousand dollars during his past two years of racing. He is sponsored by Wiggins Cycle Sales and hopes to make a career of Moto Cross riding. JAMES RICHARD FARMER 9!23f59-Football-1, 2, 3, Baseball-2, 4. JOHN ALLEN FORD S!18!6O FFA-2, 3, Co- op-3, 4. ROBERT CLAYTON FORTNER 5! 29! 60- Student Council-1, 3, 4, French Club-2, 3, 4, Beta Club-1, Science Club- 4. People!Senioxs 129 DEBBIE ANN FREEMAN 5!3!60- Paper Staff-4, FBLA-4, Annual Staff -4. WILLIE LEE GOINS 9!24f61-Football-1, 2, 3, Baseball-4, Track-2, 4, S-Club 3, 4, FCA-1, 2, FI-LA-2, 4. DEBORAH LYNN GUNTER 3f15!6O-FBLA-3, 4, Pres.-4, Beta Club-2, 3, Co-op-4, Scholastic - 3 . SONIA DENSE GUYTON 12!10!59-FBLA-3, 4, Co-op- 4. MARK EIGHMEY HATTEN 8!18f60-Track-1, 2, Band-1, 2. BARBARA DEAN HICKMAN 216160-Choir-1, 2, Sextet-1, 2, Ensemble-1, 2, French Club- 2, FHA-1, 2, Beta Club-3, 4, Science Club-1, 2, 4, Cs-op- 4, Choir Honors-1, 2. DAVID BURRIS HICKMAN 8121158-VICA-3,4, FFA-2, 3, 4. DORIS FAY HILL 12!2O!6O-Y-Teens-3, FHA-3, W'ho's Who-2. JOHN MURPHY HILL 11!18!60-Band-1, 2, 3, 4, FFA-3, 4, Band Honor-3, 4. RICHARD DAVID HOWZE 8!23!60-Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball-3, 4, Track-4, S- Club-3, 4, Honor-Baseball-3, Basketball- 3 . DAVID FRANKLIN JETTON 8!21 !60-Football- 1 , 2, 3, 4, S-Club-1, 2, 3, 4, FFA-2, 3, 4, Pres.-4, Science Club 4, W'ho's Who-3. FLINT JEROME JOHNSON S! 31 X 60- Band-1, 2, 3, 4, FFA-1, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who-3, 4, Band Honors-3, 4. 130 People X Seniors A CRA E WHATT7? KEN EDWARD KENDRICKS 7110160-Latin Club-3, 4, Science Club-4, Scholastic-2 . KAREN MARIE KEYSEEAR 7! 25161 - Cheerleader- 2 , Y- Teens-2, Latin Club-1 , 2, S- Club-2. RONNIE GLENN KJNG 12f5!6O-Choir- 1 , Student Council-1, Latin Club-1, 2, 4, Choir Honor- 1 . ROBERT DANIEL KING 7124160- FFA-1, 2, Co-op-1. KATHY ANN LADNER 6!19f60-FHA-1, FBLA-3, Science Club-3, Co- op-4. ROBIN DAWN LADNER 7f16!6O-Choir-1, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff-4, FHA-1, 2, 3, 4, FBLA- 3, 4. When Mike Dravis, jack Stephens, and john Prickett heard about the fifty dollar first prize offered in the MS Engineering Contest, they decided to give it a try. 'The contest involved the building of a model crane truss to be judged by the ratio of the weight of the model to the amount of weight it would support. For those who are not familiar with engineering, a crane truss is a structure designed to raise or lower weight vertically, such as to raise building material to the top of a sky- scraper. Although a real crane truss is made of steel, John, jack and Mike were restricted by contest regulations to Balsmwood and Elmer's glue . Designing original models can be tedious, for example , the wood had to be cut carefully with a razor blade to keep it from splitting. The boys spent about 3 months on paper work and planning and about a month on the actual building of the model. Sometimes they spent 12 straight hours working on their models. Of the three built, two were turned in and were judged 9th and 19th places of the 64 models entered in the contest in Jackson. They will be building models again this year and they say they're going to win. We hope they do. People fSeniors 131 VIVIAN LEWIS 11!17!6O-Y- Teens-3, FHA-2, 3, 4. DIXIE FAY LOPER-7! 26! 57- Choir- 1 . KAREN LOTT 7!13f6O- Devoiions Committee-3, 4, Y- Teens-1, French Club-3, Latin Club-1, 2, 3, 4, FI-IA-3, FBLA-4, Beta Club-1, 2, 3, Science Club-3, Annual Staff- 3, 4, Editor-4, Who's Who-4. CARROLYN ROSE LYONS 8!23!61-Flag-2, Student Council- 2 , Inter- Act- 2 , French Club- 1 , Annual Staff -4 , Science Club-4 . DENNIS JANIES CHAPMAN 8!21f59-FFA-4. MARILYNN JOANN MALLETT 9!6!6O-Track-2, 3 , Choir- 1 , 2, 3, 4, FHA-1, Co-op-4, Annual Staff - 4 . WEONTI-IINA MARSHALL 812160-Track-1 , FI-IA-1 . RAY JOESEPI-I MAST 12! 25! 60-FCA- 2, 4, Co-op-4. WILLI LAMAR MCCARROLL- 10131 X58 - Speech 8 Drama-1 , 2. JANET MARIE MCDONALD 1O!31f6O-Track-4, Flag Corps-4, Choir-1, Y-Teens-1, 2, FHA-1, 2, 3, Science Club- 1, Who'sWho-3, 4, Homecoming Court-4. TERRI LYNN MEADCWS 9!1!6O- Choir-1, 2, Y-Teens-1, 2, FHA-1, 2, 3, FBLA-4, Speech s Drama -4 . LINDSAY NOAL MILLER 2 X 28 !6O- Track- 2, Student Council- 2, Co - op- 4 . 132 People!Seniors FIRE-FIGHTING i DANGEROUS BUT REWARDING VERNON CAROL MITCHELL 7f2O!59-Baseball-1, 2, 3, 4. EULA LOUISE MONROE 8f21 160- Choir- 3 , Y-Teens-2, 3, Fl-IA-1, 2, 3. CHARLOTTE ANNETTE MOORE 3f1!6O-Basketball-1, 2, 3, lnter- Act-3, French Club-3, S-Club-3, Co-op-4. JAMES EARL MOORE 7!6f6O- Basketball-1, 2, 3, Inter-Act-3, French Club-3, S-Club-3, 4, Science Club-1, 2, 3, Who's Who- 1, 2, 4, Scholastic-3. MARTHA LEE MORPHEW 1O!4!60-Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Section Leader-1, 2, 3, 4, Choir-1, 2, Sextet-1, 2, Paper Staff 2, 3, Y-Teens-1, 2, Inter-Act-3, Beta Club-2, 3, Science Club-2, 3, 4, Annual Staff-4. LINDA DARLINE MORRISION 6!2Of6O- Cheerleader- 4, Student Council-3, Paper Staff- 3, 4, Y-'Teens-1, 2, 3, 4, French Club-3, S-Club-4, Beta Club-1, 2, Science Club-3, 4, Who's Who-3, 4, Homecoming Court-4. ALISA DANITA O'NEAL 5!2O!6O Student Council-4, Paper Staff-4, Y-Teens-1, 2, Latin Club-1, 2, 3, 4, FBLA-3, 4, Beta Club-1, 2, 3, Speech and Drama-4, Who's Who- 4. MELISSA ARLENE O'NEAL 5!12!6O-Choir-1, French Club-2, 3, FHA-1, 2, 3, FBLA-3, 4, Speech 8 Drama-3, 4. CURT JAY OTJEN 8!15!6O-Football-1, 2, 3, 4, Track-1, Latin Club-4, S-Club-4, FFA-1, 2, 3, 4, Speechf. Drama-4. Fire-fighting is one of the most hazardous occupations in the United States today. However that fact doesn't stop Curt Otjen and Blake Alexander, CLu't and Blake have both been volunteer firemen in Stone County for about two years. To become firemen they had to pass a certain test which lasted six months. After this six-month testing period the other firemen had to vote them in. Four times a year Curt and Blake attend a State Academy in Jackson to learn about fire-fighting. They also meet every first and second Tuesday at the City Hall for local town meetings. When someone calls in to report a fire, the phone also rings in Curt and Blake's home . They deal with all kinds of fires throughout Stone County and sometimes surrounding counties if their help is needed. KAREN LYNN OVERSTREET 7!10f60-Band-1, 2, Flag-4, FHA-1, 2, 3, Speechil Drama- 4. SI-IELIA PEARL OVERSTREET 9f20f6O-FI-IA-1, 2, 3, Speech S Drama-4. ROBERT TERRELL OWEN 2!7!60-Football-1, 2, 3, 4, S-Club-1, 2, 3, 4, FFA- 2, 3, 4, Who's Who-3. LORI ANN PARKER 11!7!60- Choir- 1 , Student Council-2, Inter-Act-3, 4, French Club-3, 4, FFA-3, FHA-2, Science Club-3, 4, Scholastic-3. STEVEN MICHAEL PARRISH S!27!60-FFA-2, 3, 4, Co-op- 4. WILLIAM RAYMOND POTTER 7!1f6O-VICA-3, 4. CYNTHIA POWE 4! 7! 59- Choir- 3, Y-Teens-1, FHA-1, 3. NIKITA ANT ONNIETTE POWE 1!2f61 - Choir- 1 , Speech S Drama- 1 . JOHN DAVID PRICE 4!2Of60-FFA-2. JOHN L. PRICKETT 115160- Literary Club-3, Latin Club- 1 , 2, 3, 4, FFA-3, 4, Scholastic- 2, 3. GEORGE REDEEMER 3!6!6O-Football-1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball-4, Track-1, 2, 3, S- Club-1, 2, 3, 4, FCA-2, 3, FHA-3, Who's Who-2, 3, 4, Football Honor 4. LARRY JAMES REDEEMER 8f26!58-VICA-1, 2, FFA-1, Speech 8 Drama-1, Who's Who-1. 134 People! Seniors EAGLE OKIE H. Mona Clark, a senior, first started riding horses six years ago. After several horses she finally found her true love, Eagle Okie H. , who is a registered bay and white paint. 'Their first two years together were spent at a few local horse shows only because it took Mona that long to teach Okie who was boss. In 1976, Mona joined the 4-H Club and qualified for the SE District Horse Show in Meridian. They had no competition there so they advanced to the State show in Jackson. Here again Okie had no 1rouble as he stood Grand Champion in his division and won the State Championship. Okie also placed highly in shows in Georgia and Texas , Mona has high hopes for Okie this year as they have already repeated their success at District. Because of her age, Mona will have to discontinue her place in 4-H but she will continue to participate in other horse shows. Her first goal is for Okie to win the Regional Championship. If they reach this goal they will qualify for the APHA Championship, which can only be won by placing well in registered shows. Starting in early April, Okie will have 2 1! 2 hours of riding every day in order to be ready for these competitions. We wish the best of luck to Mona and her champion, Eagle Okie H. RAMONA JOYCE REDMOND 9f6!59 Track-2, Band-1, 2, 3, FHA-3, Speech 8 Drama-4. BELINDA GAYLE ROBERSON 1110160-Cheerleader-1, 2, 3, 4, Track-3, Student Council-4, S-Club-1, 2, 3, 4, FCA-1, 2, 3, 4, FHA-1, Science Club-1, 2, . 3, 4, VVho's Who-2, 3. RUSSELL ROBINSON 8! 5!60- Football- 3 , 4, Baseball-4, Track-2, 3, 4, S- Club-1, 2, 3, FFA-2, 3, 4, ' FHA-3,W'ho'sWho-1, 2,3,4, Football I-Ionor-3. REBECCA ANN ROPER 11!1Of6O- Y-Teens-1, 2, French Club-2, 4, Latin Club-1, 2, 4, Beta-1, 2, Science Club-4. SUSAN SHANNON 2127159-Choir-1, 2, Ensemble-1, Paper Staff-3, FHA- 1, 2, 3, Co-op-4. ELISA DELL SMITH 9!26f6O- Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Rifle-2, 3, 45 Capt.-4, Student Council-2, 35 Officer-3, FBLA-3, Beta Club-1, 2, 3, 45 Officer-3, Science Club-2, 3, 4, Annual Staff-4, Who's Who-2, Class Officer-1, 2, Homecoming Court-2, 3, 4. People X Seniors 135 MARSHA MICHELLE SMITH 2!27!59-Choir-1, 2, 4, FHA- 1, 2, 3. SANDRA DIANE SMITH 8!2Of6O-Beta Club-3, Co-op- 4. TAMARAH LYNN SMITH 12!29!60-Paper Staff-3, 4, FHA-1, FBLA-3, Science Club- 3, 4, Co-op-4, Homecoming- 4. MARY ELIZABETH SNOWDEN 6!1O!60-Choir-1, 2, 3, 4, Choir Honors-4. JACK DAVID STEPHENS 6!5!6O-Latin Club- 2, 3, 4, FFA-2, 3. BELINDA FRANCINE STRICKLAND 7115159-Choir-1, 2, 3, 4, FHA-1, 2, 3, Choir Honors-3. DAVID SCOTT STRICKLAND 2f4f6O-Football-1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball- 1 , 2, Baseball-2, Student Council-1 , 2, Inter- Act-1, 2, 3, 4, S-Club 2, 3, 4, FBLA-3, Speech G Drama-4, Who's Who-4, Football Honors- 4. THERESA JANE STRINGER 8116159-Speech 8 Drama-2, 3, 4. REBECCA SUTVLRALL 6!28!60-Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Rifle-2, 3, 4, FBLA-3, Beta Club-4, Science Club-2, 3, 4, Annual Staff-4, Band Council- 4, Lumberton Band Clinic-3, State Band Clinic-4. MICHILE LINA TULLOS 9! 3! 60 Paper Staff-3, 4, Y-Teens-1, 2, 3, French Club-2, 3, FHA- 1, FBLA-3, 4, Science Club-3, Co-op-4. DONALD LANE VERNON 4!21 !6O-Football- 1 , 2, 3, 4, Baseball-1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Act-1, 2, 3, 4, S-Club- 1, 2, 3, 4, FCA-2, 3, 4, FFA- 1, 2, 3, 4, Speech S Drama-2, 3, Who's Who-4, Football-4, Baseball 2, 3, 4,. BRIAN SMITH WARREN 9!9!60-Football manager- 1 , 2, Basketball manager-2, Track-2, S-Club- 2, FFA-2, 3, Science Club-1, Co-op-4. 136 PeoplefSeniors HIS FEA THERED FRIENDS . 'Z.- - AMA. BOBBIE GAYLE WELLS 12!27f60- Co-op-4, Who's Who-1. REBECCA ANN WHITE 4!23!60- Cheerleader-1, 2, 4, Y-Teens- 4, French Club-4, S-Club-1, 3, 4, FCA-1, 3, 4, FHA-1, FBLA- 3, Science Club-1, 2, 3, 4. AMANDA ANN INILLEAMS 7f31f60-Cheerleader-45 Capt.- 4, Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Rifle-4, Student Council-1 , Paper Staff- 2, -3, 4, Devotions Comrnittee-3, 4, Latin Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club-2, 3, 4, Science Club-3, 4, State Band Clinic-4. Most people say that a bird is a bird, but not Steven Parrish. Steven is a senior this year and he enjoys a very fulfilling hobby. He raises birds and is also qualified to be a judge at bird shows. He obtained this interest from his father who also works with birds. Steven began raising birds in the 7th grade and since then has acquired as many as 150 birds. Steven raises mostly pigeons and has shovxm them at the Stone County Fair. He has won ten blue ribbons, one red ribbon and 540.00 and is planning to take his prize birds to other shows in the near future . Although working and training birds takes much time and patience, Steven says that he loves it and hopes that some day he will have even more time to work with ' 'his feathered friends. ' ' PAULA ERETTE WILLIAMS 11!19!6O-Basketball-1, 2, 4, Paper Staff -4, Literary Club-3, Devotions Committee-3, 4, Y- Teens-1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club-1, 2, 3, 4, S-Club-2, 3, 4, Beta Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club- 2, 3, 4, Who's Who-4. EDDYLEE WILLIAMS 1 X 8! 60-Football- 3 , Track-2, 3, 4, S-Club-3, FFA- 2. People I Seniors 137 1 I ,l Q, HL ,Qi ,. L ,, . li . .K ff Tv 5. A. 1'f I flilff 'S wi , H , - I v , Nu I .pf Q .rg ,ljup h .QA .ff ' X ' Q i G x 4 r.l V1 'ML' 1 -' f r ff' 4. w r- K ID ll ll ll ll! 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A V , K - Q- 1 . 2 A , 1V",'jQ'hfm.'.Xal 1' 1 t xy " 1 ,44' ms f ' Kim Alexander Jeff Alexander joe Alexander Mary Allen Eleanor Al13'nan Alice Anderson Randall Anderson James Ballman Gale Bardwell Mike Bardwell Paige Baucum Cynthia Bolden Donna Bond Edith Bond Henry Bond Sidney Bond Belinda Breland Carl Breland Desha Breland Karen Breland Kimble Brooks Kerry Buckley Margaret Butler Nina Butler gg, N A TRAPPI G WE WILL GO Kenny Hickman, a junior, enjoys trapping animals for a hobby. In a three year period he has accumulated 45 traps. His main catch is coons. He traps 25 to 30 coons in the three month season, using all kinds of birds for his bait. The largest animal he has ever caught is an otter and the smallest is our every day rat. Kenny checks his traps once a day. At times he is disappointed to find only a leg left in his trap. Some of the animals chew their leg off and go on their merry way. After he brings in his catch, Kenny skins them and stretches the hides, He sells most of his skins. Besides trapping he has also gone on a chase through the fields after a coon. Believe it or not he got the coon. Kenny said he feeds it mostly cat food, but his coon prefers cookies. Ally Chatman Jerry Clark Karen Cochran Steve Cochran Debbie Cocker Brian Coole Hollis Cooper Rene Cooper Susan Cooper Edwin Coward Rita Davis Todd Davis Harriett Dejarnett Paul Dorsett joe Draughn Marty Dravis Dora Kay Fairley Dorothy Fairley Elween Fairley Joe Fairley Mona Farmer Carole Firth Shelia Fore Danny Fountain Steve Grady Errol Griggin Brian Hancock Julie Harriel Melissa Hatten Sylvia Henderson Elaine Hiclonan Kenneth Hickman Lowe ub Hickman rv U J Sarah Hickman Cynthia Hill Debra Hull 142 People fjlmiorg . "" , Alu-'T V V W xx 5 F'--10? .yr P F, - 1' " " ' M - V ' ' W Juvlllr ,',! '- ' ' yi- yr if 1 1.5 .Q r f .' eg., -M M - x A 1, ,Sr W- - , V Y 'A U A - 1 .f ' ""r' Qs . ,E s , 5 1 .. if its Q. 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Ben Hlmt Robert Earl james Russell Jarvis Derrick Johnson Juanese Joyner Bill Lenard Raymond Loper Cathy Lott Rosa Lott Millie McDaniel Kelly McKenzie Teresa McQueen People ljuniors 143 Ronny Meadows Lane Mitchell David Moore Ina Moore Lisa Morgan David Nichols Gary O'Neal Mark O'Nea1 Steve O'Neal Claudia Pachel Sandra Parker Terry Parker Jessie Peters Randy Prescott Denise Prine Tim Purvis Jeanine Redmond Candy Reynolds Timmy Roberts joey Rouse Terri Ruggles Cindy Scarborough Ella Scarborough Greg Smith 144 People I juniors BELIEVE IT OR OT! 1 J ,fi ,vlgid 1 I . X . '7 4 -in FJ A. in F 'E X ,N H 'k , ss-H f X .mr H r.,.1. i Kelly Smith Roan Smith Ricky Stone . Betty Strickland -. f J .A " Ronnie Tanner Lorese Taylor Sarah Taylor Patricia Torres Roberta Turmon Danny Waddle Wendy Waits john Walker ' 'A boy on the rifle corps! I can't believe it. ' ' That's what the girls on this year's rifle corps are saying. Dwight Williams has a rare interest for a boy at Stone High. This interest is rifle twirling. Amazingly he has learned this talent by himself, which is very difficult. At this point he is capable of throwing the rifle so that it spins four dmes in mid air land to top that he even catches itj . Dwight said he became interested in it dming band while the rifle corps practiced. Although he doesn't have his own rifle, Dwight twirls an exua rifle belonging to the school band. He is seriously considering Uying out for rifle corps next year and hopes to be the first male member of the rifle corps. People fjuniors 145 Teresa Walker Garvin Weaver Eric Webb Kay Whittington Dwight Williams Shedee Williams Betty Wilson Simon Wilson Arthur Woodward NOT PICTURED: Mike Breland john Campbell joe Cobb james Green Kenneth Johnson Donald Lomax Jerry McKinney Phyllis Pough Janie Prine Eddie Ramey Kevin Wash Janet Warden Joel Stravm The juniors always ' 1 1' '1 ' - 1. 3 P g vb fl ip-xy r , show spirit during pep rallies. 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Many Saturday mornings are spent in practice as Kelvin and Vince prepare for competition . 7 rica Brown Kenneth Brown . ey Clark Byrd Nathan Byrd Beau Carpenter Greg Cobb Monisa Coole oe Co eland Tammy ' ple If you were asked that question by sophomores Kelvin Sherman or Vincent Pachel, you might think twice before accepting. Both are very good temmis players who have been playing for a number of years. Both of them have been taking lessons in Long Beach, where they each obtained a perfect singles record. ln the last two years both have entered the Stone County Junior Tennis Tournament, Vince Winning in 1975, and Kelvin in 1976. Many students at Stone High are becoming more and more interested in the fast- growing sport. Maybe the interest of these two and others like them will be just what om' school needs to form a tennis team. Howard Danzey Don Davis Donna Davis Tommy Davis Laura Dearman james Drake Kathy Duckworth Ken Eley Michelle English Chuck Evans Sandra Evans Cookie Fairley Kevin Fairley Pam Fairley Tony Farmer Belinda Firth Sara Flmry Jeff Gill Aaron Gilliam Gwen Goins Terry Grace Donna Graves Luther Guyton Hank Harriel 1 50 People X Sophomores E, . .ww "f ' 'V 1 v , il H A-1' vs Q. u 12 X W5 Qi 4 eh , 's ,, J in 'Y' U' 4 . " in 5 .g- uf aj' bin- ' , f . ,,.f.,,+ 3 ig- 5 ' , ,fp ,gf , .1 . nz zxfsff' 12 3 ij 7" ' 'V P W? nn w h: , ' 14 lla - I-,v-1 ., vie-:F ,gi kill! 42? VW if TO GO Daniel Harris Dylan Hart Mitchell Hart Donna Hatten V Fffmohnan Wauline Hickman Renee Hill Becky Howell Faye Husband Connie Ishee Cynthia jackson Rosemary Jackson Bobby johnson Carmen johnson Thomas johnson Nathan Jones Rita King Bevon Ladner jeff Ladner Lorinda Ladner Angela LeBlanc Liz Loper Robin Loper Peop1e!Sophomores 151 Bryan Lott Linda Lott Linda McCall Patty McDaniels Glen McDaniels Ricky McDonald Malcom Mclnnis Alan Mitchell Darrell Monroe Bill Moon Eric Moore Jeff Murphy Mary Myers Lou Ann Nix Anita O'Neal David O'Neal Donnie O'Neal jeff Otjen Jane Overstreet Tammy Overstreet Vincent Pachel Melanie Parker Myla Parker Terry Paxsons 152 People X Sophomores Q ' lan", J L 5 Z L53 . , 1 Y ' iifi f M f A 1.1-.T ,.. .- 1 ..- l.f"f f A 1 1 if lt' 1,74 Qi ." X fill N l' Q M 1 M N N ,I s will 7' lm If ' 1 I A 1 xl l i Un M " A ii 4. fy Ml H rl ,fl I tbl A ll I i , ' wMNw'1' P P Dy f""' .X 'Y I I 1 A -. . .. .. 1 I , 4 ,iq le , , H .4 ,hy X . ,rf ',,:. um. 'KI ' A. 'K , hffc . ,Y llfifc- .. N- Q- x xl M , "' ' D 1 ' 5 ' 1- ' 1 A' g f ,I - Q geruhjr- fi . ,1pr?l..,'f Iii " X aaa' - - P an -ff-MU' P We P' X- ! I' . 'qI' FT QT' 2,1 F 5? -' 52. V .f f' ' Ilif f ' 'I' ., -Iii f.j , 1' V- X, , 1 ,V 1-Q , It we M YI df 8 ,w , f ' ' A, l 5 E 1. g M P D I' ff' in '3w.,'1w1"" el 2 Qflmf ' T T vs' - P lm- M. : -F: l l'7.1"' H, -ww ' P - -X rl., L' w" : v-"N 17 1W.r'-- I J A ' X Y X. an . N, 9 N , ' ' X 1 N "' X ' 3 1 .i 3 lixw 5 r D . 4 I WINS FUUR WITH TKO 'W t he A "" P-3 P , 11 ' 1, .Q Hr- ' , in-If J' K: .-. - 'WT' ' A N .fi - 'ff ' ' I I X R 1 i if X44 35 xx .C lx, X A g if imf--elf, A , , 3: ,, , L, ..g5Zg,:, . Q .- fb- 'ff iii' . ' ,1 ' ' W Ir: V- 53 of -32 -2- ' ,.. W.. 5:1 .1 if 5: , 'XXV -i af I ,. ,- C Q r J , R R .-mr 'X 4 - 1 1 X- If ' , K V. rl V P l i xx . l 3 N , I F Q- Wig 5 ,3 5 ...Z :,. X , gil, N In H fe-:L-"7 V i E ,nf 1 M Wendell Patton Tammy Pelto Curtis Potter Sharon Powe Nena Preston Maurice Rayborn Melinda Reid Annette Renot Authur Rhodes Billy Riels Brian Roberson Cathy Sanders Boxing has been a thrilling sport in the United States and around the world for many years but this is the first year that a boxing team has been formed in Stone County. One of the most outstanding boxers on the team is Wayne Temple . With only two months experience, Wayne has already fought four fights and won all four with a TKO ftechnical knock outj . Wayne gives credit for his successes to his coaches Toxey Smith and DeWayne Williams. Other fighters in the Stone County Boxing Club include Jeff Alexander, Stevie O'Neal, Tom Williams, jimmy Moore , and Randy Hiclonan. People X Sophomores 153 Don Scarborough jimmy Scruggs Cindy Seals Ricky Shaw Kelvin Sherman Hazel Singleton Stewart Smith Wayne Smith jimmy Springs Dwayne Stephens James Stewart Billy Stone Leonard Strickland Sylvia Strickland Teresa Sumrall Don Taylor Roger Taylor Wayne Temple Mona Tubbs Kevin Vander-built joel Vernon Ann Vreeland Jessie Walker Susie Walker 154 People I Sophomore Q v gn? ' 1 Q , 4 Qi' V 1 I f 4 J N " lv 6 - .xk c , A x X r- 'SX . f l I ' 1 'T x 4 P lt K VI t L. il gp hs , ,n , 'BN rx M M .H-'. . ,z , M ry-V -. -' 2. il' L 'Qi J NHL 'xffys - 'F by .1 -F' 1 i ,. . ik ., L Ga Cafes" S-.ffvE!E:Aa?.,ri- .IIT N. rl 1-. ... .......... ..... . F .... Y M! k ,J R. 5 L 1 YEA: it - 1 B4 . I l .. ---IHAMQ 4 - sv ww. V: ffl, Al' A e :f 1 L V 1- s , X - Z if I, 'u Q rf SJ lmi X .X -I' ff Z .- apf"'x3? L ' Y XL W F-'FTEF--f'ar":f"'-wi ' I i?'i':lsA Q ,.,. X I Wvlw .r J--11 Reviewing a book on engineering, Leonard Strickland studies the techniques of HAM operating . Leon Warden Sheila Warren Rosetta Wash Bob Weathers Harry Weaver Barbara Wells Glenda Gail Wells Glenda jean Wells Tony White Darlene Whittle Paytha Williams Tom Williams Leonard Strickland, a sophomore , has a very unique interest in electronics. Four years ago he became ' interested in becoming an Amateur Radio Operator fHamj which takes knowledge in basic electronics. I-le got this special hobby from his grandfather who is an electronic technician as well as a Ham operator, Leonard says that Ham operators have their advantages over citizens band radio operators in that they are able to conmmunicate with foreign countries. However, to operate a ham radio you must be able to send and receive morse code at a rate of at least five words per minute . Leonard enjoys working with I-Iam radios and hopes to have a bigger operation someday. People X Freshmen 155 Vonda Williams NOT PICTURED: Robin Armstrong Ellis Boggs Sylvester Evans Roger Farmer Wendy Freed Charles Galloway Karen Hayes Robert Johnson Christine Kennedy Vera Ladner Bobby Lewis Wayne Marshall Joyce Moore pi "' , di Colmtmg spirit links during Homecoming Week 1S a t1resome Job for Rita King, Angela LeBlanc and Susie Walker -'jp Don Davis-Vice Pres. , jan Ainsworth-Pres. , Vince Pachel-Sec. , Tammy Oversu-eet-Treas , Jeff Murphy - Rep . 156 People X Sophomores if f ND SMOKING Q u' Nu cl' fl f 1 a, y lv ,W , ,, pf- , 4 jr' , x , W1 ff x-' ,ff-f . Am "FF flrg a ' A ,v .il , , ,H 'f '- ' My 'vw' 39, f Q .,'f!,hs-. var' AA V 'As ,. af J in -J f - nf 1 -V .H ,, W f ff - ' f 4 F ,Q ,x.,. 'x,fiSu'5W4,hgf , ' is g' fi I K Q X EST? 1 I Jr H Y A F A ' M I lf FI ,yu in-1 ' 3 : WW '31 + F A ' ' A f 1 5 A I Ronald Alexander Joseph Arrington Lawrence Arrington Shirley Arrington David Baker John Barham Lance Baucum Mark Baxter Darrell Berry Cathy Bolling Debbie Bond Kevin Bond Lynn Bond Michelle Bond Nellie Bond Robin Bond Bernadine Bostic Jelta Breland Pamela Breland Phyllis L. Breland Phyllis R. Breland Scott Broadus Barry Brooks Steve Buckley ,Q N -A ' ' . 'iii' ' .gf :miriam or W eo--- A W -- x f 49,1 3- : yQ, 'e"lNC,j? , :: Iw V D H1 -fl' M' w P 1 he A' iffy ' is P - X 'J' r ' t. 1 ' .. V 'P rbr -,mr WMD A' 1 " J' Q 4 3 y . --All ,wx I ' Q 'fi f" . ' is L ' yu 4- K' B 'IL-.I F' . rx "wp I ,, 3. 3 - y .ov QW - ' M-, G '-J 5:7 f 0 lx 2 sh X ., 1' ' :E-aaa, .. 4' 19: , g,sf!?', N e'.'n 1 .Lanka Q, -YA vt-Ak A f--V g ru " 5, F ' .U-:.f,i..,:'j:::: f ,,lAfr:aw:,-1-'ta' . v .M Luk -nz - ,ll : ' -'--:va 11- Wi-' .aevia 'Q 7 fix '- in f El 4 , , .fx 4 :Xa 'ii' W1 A Y , V -,f K 1. -, .. ls ' 'A' ' A l I A .x . , L. , ,. , xg, 'Aa' l , 4. V5 N Q , . X . s' l ,ull '- 0- lf4 4 bm' xlf I1 if FRESHMAN TAKES TROPH Y AT STATE FAIR I H, X -f 7, I iff nv. ,fag ' UL 'SQ 'IL-1 M19 ' 'Ol A ' 4' , . f Jr 1,1 r W ' X it rp , , 5, 1 T ' L it it l ..- ,f ,, ii- . ll KA ji, ,L-1i'g,'Qq,,n,5f ,Fw 1 2,16 ,A , 1 ' wi, Q "f , ' 'P l ll' .U l ' -lu L ,V - Y ' -. . 4":'X" -' fi' fl 2 I .-if L :- 'fiff-L 4 '1'f'3Q'AT5f'f"1-.. ,QV 'f H e5 L 'gm , is , I, -. I 2,1 -,gtk nl, 1. ' 55 jf '- '. .g f ' :fi -. . ' - ' ' 13 21.3 s ' 'N , 1.4. ... .Q ,. -fi -I , A' 'Q 4 ' fl , . ,L X ll, ml if 'Q ef A " A ' a r V Y if l , A r ai I 541 J tk ' U F Y". Y. 'ml'!.,:Pvv I . 'X--. X . .. f' r-ag' -.X My urs 4 fs, .rw II. - , L9 an I . V l' 5-" . . . " f - f:,'r- ' X I '-sr 1 , 5' fl? Elf , " W W' a7,A.L.w X. ik, N . . ,vii P 29 V Xt. Q 7 y A u A ' I, V 1:1 A,. - 11 . :I I , 'lt 1 , ' I .V l Q ' RQ' 1 . .. ' wins- NX I I m . A V if ,955--, 5 5 X . ig'-,N -x V, . . + ' , V ' gl-G f - - e " I 'W e 1 , f, Nil. L JM, , I Y rv A-.. . r- 1- .41 '.w I ix" i f fm r A 'T'Ei:k -4 . :M-cCd0S'BL1v: Todd Buckley Vernon Bunch Mike Butler Willie Calloway Darlene Campbell jerry E. Campbell Suzette Cannon Aaron Clayton Raising and showing cattle comes natural for Susan Swilley, freshman. She has three dairy cows of her ovm, including "Beauty" with whom she won first place in this year's county fair. Over the years, Susan has won a number of ribbons and nine trophies at county, state, district and even the Dixie National Fair. Sponsored by the local 4-H Club she leams how to go about this special hobby. Like before going to the State Fair in jackson, Susan had to reserve the whole day before just to wash, dry and brush her cow and even give her a haircut and manicure. It must be worth it because Susan earned a first place trophy in Showmanship for her time and work spent on her cow. Even though there is a lot of work involved, Susan readily agrees that it's also a lot of frm. Keri Clement Paul Clinton Bobby Cobb David Conrad Bruce Coole Keith E. Cooper Keith N. Cooper Danny Corbett jamie Cowart Holly Cox Trina Crockrum Connie Daniels Blake Davis Donna Davis Glennis Davis johnette Davis Donna Dedeaux Russell Dedeaux Anitha Dejarnette Billy Ray Denning Ben Evans Melemea Evans Mary Evans Patricia Evans Charles Fairley Mike Fairley Sherry Fairley Demetrious Fountain Debbie Freche Jerome Galloway Paula Gates johnny Gibson 160 People X Freshman FWFECBC4 , , Q " Q, . 'f' K 1 , ' , "' 1 r if f. X , ev- r - .fl ,: ' ' '. 2 -'71 , Y 4 '. 1 E my V 354 I . i xligi ' X ' " '12-'C-7"'ws--FTLF' V ,, - , . hwy 35, a C j 1: ' f ' i ' :Q-J':9'f3'fid1:2 ILXQVX J.. ' f f' ' '- 4.: 1' ii. .. 7 K - ' x wmv-V ' V 1 .r A. i R E . j 1' AA gl Y".! hx X-1-:ij-If' ff Y-Y I ,r , -fa "r-warg an b ' frm .. N . j X.. 55" I l 'K rgfb' ' ' . A. N y Q- my F, I, r 'X J A Ek? F ' 4, A fwlflqv- A -1 NM.: , F 5 -f Ml. , . I b I rva.,NL1m.,.g , V 5 A,..,x., N U K ' i " 'L 'ii . .Al r , ' 4 '-T R - - .sf J. .lea so r . L4 'K 3,55 . . X ' T:-1" i ,a f-A Q? , .1 A A C if 'v ' .2 fl lb- 'W V 11 f'f'f7Trj5!i n ' ,rl we S ,xl B a s B yn, gf 7l1""'x" ' -D " r n '., ,v 5 h- . 4' XJ. N r K, 4 - -' 1, J x--, 'X . f yr. 1. Qujg-'iiiai 'V fr B ,inf ff" -2- xv 1-415 V r . go Egg. if ' . ,, L ag -. ., - J sri ff, il B Ma ur' 1' OREMI. lo ,S . fi, ' ii M .uf ,p xl ,al u X Ii' we . . 1 .A LIN , it w L ! X we -sg.: 'ia-i FFF il if -be , . -,Q I '-.. 5 . sf tif , 1 .. v Y. . I' A. ,fa .. 7, F.. ,, X - . V wg - . Y ., '-'s' 'W--,LQ .., . N' 1. J lil A . ,ff .. ' T Y. 'jfhw -.a',, . f-.g s - f fri' ,- ,a , Last February the Fine Arts Departnnent of the Perkinston jr. College Campus presented the musical "The Sound of Music. ' ' Fifteen people from Stone County tried out for the parts of the Von Trapp Children but only seven were selected. Among those who were selected at Stone High were Freshmen, Keri Clement and Carol Rogers, and one Senior, Lynn Clement. These girls spent many late night hours over several weeks rehearsing and learning their parts. When asked what they enjoyed most about puting on the play they both agreed that the "DO RE MI" scene was the most fun in practice and the final performance . Ricky Gilner David Green Tracy Hall Todd Hatten Norman Hendricks Edith Hennis Mitchell Hinton Douglas Hollingsworth Phillip Hughes Sheila Hull Nelson Hlmt Robert jackson People f Freshmen 161 Marcus James Marilyn James Deborah Johnson Felicia johnson Kelly johnson Kim Johnson Lisa Johnson Zela johnson Roy Kilgore Kevin King Albert Kirkland Authur Kirkland Seneca Knight Roger Ladner Francis Loper Darmy Lott Tammy Lott Mike Lyons Melanie Mallet Lynn Mansfield Victor McDonald Thomas McKerly jerry Miller Lew Miller 162 People f Freshman ,gi 'X I , 7:"a2- ' l' P if a ... L : A. 24 .H ' 1 'Q wmv' ff "' W1 X ' xv Y 44 Y I? Nxt- Y I ax Y flaw W ' Iii ' ' x 'S 4. V 1- K 'A A l L 'I - f, ,P 'xx ig j-':g'WgF'f!f'fJE 1 an M 'V li- 'L l - xtxlll -1 'Wm 'fix if A 7? if E . J f g. !?5f4,,m,5s K ' ' ' 4-3 , , AY , Fix 'uf if ii i: Y dy .v .., rl, 1 'e 'V' .K 'fi Lf. 1:5 51 4' z,,,1,' .., lp I 1 .jj , i--"' L 1 e "' -I i' '. ' 1-7 i' Z- Q - Jia , J.--'x- 1' 1 S' -af . li,-:W 3-nk,-. ,. . , -J gy, - W M . -.fggfl V y Q 1 n Q . "Uv 4 v 'ff' " 'a, .av . ,X o . . C ' Jn I ,.,-'-.:.,. L.: . I. up fu - " n , 'If ,H '.'.'a. ". ' ,p ",'n'P .L L : I . ' 1 I ' 0 r: 4 Y' r K I fl ' It I 2 v--. A wi! I fr f 1 .'4. Q 'Vx l "'-rl ,-. 'Y' -5 I I 1131 Q, 5 All BO TTOMS UP M 5 V 3 -V Paul Monroe L " ' ' Jon Morphew Y 3 , Kenny Morris V 45 in Robin Morris x : f P4 ' fi QP . g "1 ly. f 1 Q. -k'Xjl.1 M F e ll, T III' ' i 1A 'fl M - . F N. , E l I, 1, 'l n w i fi an -5,1 -- 'Q '-, " -r 'i X Walter Morris W' 431 t 1 ,gf A Gaylen Morrison , .Q 1, ,Q H Q A ' Dayid Muffler ka g 1. ,, 7 V Q b y 3' Q jul1eNaderhoff I Un f i. J X x ,, 'lf .Lil A A l I X i L V- ' , 1 2 H 4, ' l ,. Jonathan Nall 44- " ' r jimmy Nichols ' P- , r - Yolanda Nix N ' ff l.. e- - 1 Tina Owen ' '5 4"- -2 ,:' 1 -1 3 m 'f V K 5' "1 7 ' r,-- rwf1'1z.: 'ei l H f X Y: r 5 " - - N H - YQ l 13.03 Lf' r A s ' 4+ If you happen to see a flash of lightening going down Pine Hill it just might be Jonathan Nall on his skateboard. Oh a lot of kids like to ride skateboards but not all of them make their own. You see about two years ago jonathan started ordering parts from magazines and making skateboards. He says, "It's easy, all you need are the wheels, a bearing, the mmk and a board." He sizes, cuts, and sands the boards in shop at school. Jonathan has learned to ride many different ways, like with feet up and hands on the board! He built a ramp in his back yard to practice on and hopes to enter some kind of riding contest soon. Of course he's had a few falls, but nevertheless, jonathan still enjoys the excitement only skateboarding brings. People I Freshmen 163 justin Page John Parker Kim Parker Renee Parker Kitty Parrish Dolly Perry Kevin Preston Paula Prine Ann Rayburn Thomas Rayburn .33 Deloris Redeemer A , Becky Redmond X. '3' Tara Roberson Carol Rogers Homer Rogers Teresa Rouse Renee Rushing Joe Saia Jerri Sanders Curtis Scarborough john Scarborou S Dorene Schuitc Randy Seals Gia Sekul 'Y 164 People X Freshmen ," W . n 1 U -1' '59 " A B5 . , , a X K ,AT xr ,ff- P4 4 fs :Quik-ef ll d"' t I f u A -, S3311 nfs jf, K X ' 'li 1 ,L A 5 , fy X 4 J jf J x Y Y 2 A 'Z I, . -'C I I I ,- fl Q 1 4' . ...f X l xi 3 Q Xl X' 1 4 mf: -. .A UP, UPA D AWAY .f 4:- 4. Q , .A 91:7-V." ':'.v'x . 11. .. . .ef 1 4. 4, , ""!' 'ln .N-rv X for H :ll iv Q I I Q J,-n ffl s .J- ' J- - ' f "V 4 K. X, ' S' Y ESE? , 1 , ,Q 'Z Fe' I ' -' ' " 51' 'A 's Piloting a plane comes first over many other activities in joe Saia's life . joe began flying when he was fourteen. He makes dangerous force landings and stalls, both necessary for his training. Forced landings occur when Joe cuts off the engine's power and looks for the safest place to land. Stalls are more dangerous. This happens when he cuts off all power and goes straight up until the plane stalls. joe has no control of the plane as it noses downward until it gains flying speed from falling . joe has done some instrument flying, but needs many more hours of training. His next step will be night flying. I-Ie admits that flying is not one of the safest things to do, but it is fun and very exciting to have conh-ol of so much power. Joe plans to make flying a career, but has not decided which branch to pursue . It will take a lot of hard work, study, and self discipline, but we think you can do it, joe! Curtis Sellers Delicia Sellers Tonia Sellers Bruce Shaw Charlotte Slade jonnie Sledge Wayne Simpson Conley Smith Marlin Smith Melania Smith Richard Smith Stephanie Smith Valorie Smith Ma S in ai Stephens Glen Ray Stewart People f Freshmen 1 65 Rachel Stewart James Shrewsberry Susan Swilley Lennis Taylor Shirley Tolar Deidra Tullos Markus Turner David Walker W.L. Walker Edward Warden Lora Warren Becky Weeks Edna Whittle Kathy Williams Victor Williams NOT PICTURED: Brian Bond Willie Mae Bostic Burnie Breland Malcolm Coker Ralph Diaz Lynn Eley Corlis Fairley Gary Farmer Kenneth Hayes Gary Ishee Alden johnson Carolyn Land Milton Loper David McDonald Donald McDonald Alex Monroe Teddy Moore Gary Peters Mitchell Rayburn Anthony Simmons Melana Smith Greg Smith Bill Snider Dora Thompson 166 People X Freshmen 5 Is, M J i .1 N g sm fr X , I f R -..ve 4 l N '- In Ihc. gh 1 -'s Q :J ' 11 ' Q A9"q l " -- -' - M. .u fi-1 ' T ' kg 5- . tm X A . WU ss, R IJ Ne w W' V.. . -4' f v 'QL Ali' Q N- K kr. g , Phyllis Breland-Pres. , Lisa Johnson-Vice Pres. , Felicia johnson-Sec. , Robert jackson-Treas. , Darline Campbell-Rep. H . E .55 :.: 2 . L . Q ...::.:. Q , :.. E . f 5: .: 1-.,, w am .:. ..,.:.:.:... ::, Wi 5, BY. mi Ss sm m ss snags mm ss mm wnassnri msxmmw mn gina H mmm a mms mam MH an mn sm? wggiamx mi mm wx Wm an as ms mass H Wg Q H ss a mms an ma an A-wry q 'H ns' ul uno- I 4:41. . 2 1 Hina V un' Qgrxfsvuhnua vi , lin ,Q-Q Tn- QF' "'qT7"B!'r' efffhw w ' ...F ., .5 -s -.51 4'H,M-4 ami? og K' 11" I RL , .. n n...,,n L jf' f XJ. uf" 41:-,-.4 I-L Fl , ...4L Hf Ln , ,, Y EW, LTAL f cl' lm 4 HL Ma" r Nil' M nf H H 'gsm iid nf ' """G0n-m nw:-an QE gg K, W' mfs E. wx ', M 5-1, QE r me W' 1 - u 14-4.9: wa fum nm smwazs mm wa FE SMWM Q im if Q W Q his E553 535 mn :USM Q? MW smixw, EEE mm B E gsm' mi? sm B M HEMH W an B maxaman amiga 5 Emnamnammmsmmm E25 mEssxmBm.s2.:sE risen? 2 gy m Essex misss a n 'v We wi :fmt SH Fm -m W B 'E ss SSM Na 5 swsmgssw Mmwwf mxsswsgwmax Em m QEQEE Winged an msgs f W' ' Wishes the graduating class of 1978 Roger Odem and the entire staff of Dwanaways Crispy Chicken o 1ggms ' ' thx-ou hout a long and useful life . continued success and prosperlty g O1ene,s Beauty Shop Complete Hair Care ,A X .x IQ -r .x, Dorsett Florzst 124W Pme W1gg1DS MISSISSIPPI c oe, Phone 928 4551 FTD Y Compliments Company Inc of Star Chevrolet W1ggms Coopera t1 Ve Forrest County Branch 928 4442 W1ggD1S LAJSSISSIPPI KW1k Stop Open 7 days a week ' j J RQ W- ,N AZ' . 1 U if 1 n R.A. 4 ofsixiiwwmiliwwfsts Q 1 P : v 1 -L - aa' P Cd, V W . 4 E M IE I I ---- ,,ii'l'?,3'Ti -74' X R.A. - Sears 202 E Cavers Ave Ralph Sandexs Owner 928 7223 ? 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M.M JIFFY MAR T 539 S Magnoha Dr1ve W1gg111S MISSISSIPPI 6 .gy V c L I I CONGRATULATIONS In Your Educcltlon And Contlnued Success In The Future INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY Cn Completing Another Milestone Tax Assessor S Collector Homeowners and Autom IVY L Loft Insurance Agency ob11e I of Stone County Insurance Continental- Gulf Dunn Paper Company The Ranch Wholesale Building Supplies Lumber- Paneling - Plywood Carpet-Wallpaperw Paint Fireplaces - Roofing - Tiles 601 - 928 - 5277 FR ON TIER THEA TRE 1978 Th sun' Congratulations Semols of e 1vans STONECOUNTY INSURANCE FA11Y Nds 928 4691 C g tul tl t th SENIORS 1978 PIANO HOUSE 13412 F tfl-Ittlb gMS 583 0245 W LARRY TAYLOR FORD 'E' FORD Pearl R1ver Valley Electrzc Power rvmg 17000 SEMS " or our Insurance ee " on ra a 'ons o e of P.B. 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Showing Compliments of pep , the Q5 ffffifi Country Store Cabin Store and Hwy 26B Hwy 29N corps do a Comphments SMITH S DONN Y S HOME PLA TE 928 9611 U Open 24 hrs 7 days Formerly the D1zzY DEAN BEST MUSEUM WISI-IES FOR Hwy 26 West TI-IE FUTURE A frlend g W f M Salloum s Toggery Comphments of Store for men 14th Street and 25th Avenue G GR OCER Y Gulfport, Ms Warren an Gordon Bond G8lT1Ck'S WA G Comphments of BA G Ona Mae Wlllmgham Chancery Clerk Grocerles Butane Ice Hwy 26 West W1gg1ns, MS KL CB ok 9 G K R X 1 w 0 Q5 rf! - C mpg W .- E OX ,Pr R Y G9 P.T. A lj-T d - A - Compliments a frlend ?775MAM'f75" mba Melame Karen Candy A11ce Becky Mandy Da VIS Bros T1mbe1' Co W1ggms , MS THAD DAVIS JR CHARLES DAVIS Sara DRUM MAJOR Mona RIFLES Ehsa MQ if Q? K WW Cyntlua R1ta Angela ess1e Roan Desha bb YOUR PROFESSION FRIENDS wwf JAM Basketball Vfyy Cheerleaders The Blggest I.1tt1e Band SI-IS R605 O of . I ff! ' ,f . 5 'x L WP' ' , fe fi! . fi! jp 1 , Wi ,W . 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"1 - H V1 m 5, ., Q. , In A-.,,.gf 'a --.5 N sm' 2 Jun gy Beauty and Beau 'estants fill out forms for the ' - '--v v 186 Closing 'D -.1 B a Y in-Q .ik ' fa- Decisions . . . Decisions . . . Wayne Temple and joey Rouse try to choose a class ring for themselves. After the game, Ricky and Billy Stone, and Bob Weathers I head for the showers. During his free period, Scott Strickland catches up on the news. Wayne Smith puts in some extra lab work, We thought our high school days would never end, especially during our freshman and sophomore years. The days just dragged by. Remember counting the minutes each day for the 3 o'clock bell to ring. At least, that was one more day behind us. Finally our jtmior year came, and almost before we realized it, we were seniors with only one short year to go. 1t's funny how time seems to speed up when we near the end. Closing 187 Advanced science students embalm an opposum to display in the new science museum. Working up a big appetite at the basketball game , Norris Armstrong and Kevin Vanderbilt stop by McDona1d's for a Big Mac. f af 188 Closing WALS 'ml b- Seniors get fired up during the homecoming Pep rally- 11 sae EFI?- Enhanced by the excitement of the game, fans enjoy the Tomcats' style. By sixth period, subject. ' 5 . x If only we could recall each and every event that took place . Not only the biggies, our first year at the Prom and the excitement in preparing for it, but just to be able to recall the small, seemingly insignificant events. We can't record all those every day occurences, such as hearing Mrs. Yeager's voice ringing, ' 'Out of the hall! " as soon as we enter the front door, knowing that we were a trifle too late and would now have to Wait until the bell rings before getting to our locker. No, we can never again do all those crazy things we did in high school. Those days are gone . But we can relive all the happy memories and even t.he sad ones as we take a look at the TOTAL year 1977-78 . Closing 189 students in Problems of Democracy seem to drift away from the The 1977-78 Sum Total X- After ' if Ithenspirif stick, juniors show : 0 E GREAT YEAR ' 'We1l, now that you've seen the annual, what do ya think of it? ' ' "Okay, get off my case, I lose, I can see now that there were plenty of great things that happened this year. " ' 'What about the calculator? ' ' ' 'It fits in perfectly. Now that I've looked back over the year, it seems to me to all add up to 'one great year' . ' ' Brian Roberson turns from his friends to say a few words to the photographer. ,yi Y 3.. -. ,,y.,gqer The Speech 8 Drama Club are on the go, with Cindy Scarborough racing for a touchdown. 190 Closing 135' L , r ,,.f,: - , -u vmn t 2 Milf" fglfl? wi' . L14 wr "W", D . eww! 'luuvf I nu 4. 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' ,wgw pf-pw V -A if ZA.-Y I f we 5, N .V . M' , " ff nw, 3' F' iws, 'Val 51-wi' vw ,, Z ' Q 4 A ffiwzw, fvikffw ,H51?"f523?fa,gif, W ff 'A f2?1f"5v3'LQW 21 t ' YH if E552 7 i '4 - b 1 , H . ' T , Zi. W NE? , f 41: M if w Qkg' M W A X 2' N ZH , ' 5 Q X Q F " H WM f, l g 5 55 . W F W ie , if 5' Xvmfefifm gxi ggi, -- 5 3 vs - M vm X. H kg . Q y .khan Putting together the 1978 edition of the Echo took a lot of hard work on our part and a lot of help from many other people . We would like to thank the following: Mrs. Betty Hollingsworth, our sponsor, who gave us her valuable time and always stood beside us when things h were roug All those who volunteered their time to help us work at the concession stand at football games The Flint Creek Reservoir, and the staff at the Stone, County Public Library and the instructors at Perkinston jr. College for allowing us to take pictures there Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Reynolds for the use of their home for staff meetings Mr. Larry Rouse for being the emcee at the Beauty and Beau Pageant. And also Mrs. Mary Webb, Mrs. Mike Cain, and Mrs. Carol Sue Fairley for their help in decorating the gym for the pageant Mrs. jones and Mr. Willison for the use of their typewriters and Mrs. Roberts for the use of her room Businesses who bought ads from us Mr. and Mrs. Norris Bond and Mrs. Odell Lott for their understanding and moral support The administration, the faculty and the entire student body. 196 Acknowledgements DQLQJW- Q rn 126.5 L,D.,a,,oQ.xLi' LJQLL OMQFQKVQQUQ, Lgcaw QiQ.g,g?IxQO5 umm uxilcxmww u1Q+J W?D5 ilimui-LCE Qsww iuwmflmmqg 105 1202 Ly-MSDN Cbflfum Quwwl Kmgxwafwd :SL Q,Q1umgQ.Uv.,,5vHmmLLqcvuQUJf Ligxwmfd mmam Llzo mwah Q5 ml wonmmi-JOCEHYWJ-J Lfwfaaww QW QLU'-Lx9JJQfl h d m-pl wwluw QL.,QO-QQ Hfmi. 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