University of Southern Mississippi - Southerner Yearbook (Hattiesburg, MS)

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For the Whole student body there is the all-college get-together under the direction of the Student A Council and the Christian Federation party. V5 X Q 5 . 5 b Q y sl At Thanksgiving and Christmas are the traditional r banquets in the dining hall and the Pan-Hellenic Tea in the presidents home. Club meetings, class parties, sorority' and fraternity meetings, informal dancing at Wimpy's and dating in My fs -.1 4 ' 1 the lobbies are a part of life at Southern. atc fitrfi OUT 9 1 Y Q Y fl Q1 11 ' mv i 211,51 .1 ., , , 1 I' -2. W' , ' .3 V I . -I '5 Q Q , W -Q. 3 I iq. 5 ' K. Q ij - in 1" ' J! 1 vxf h 5' 1 wayne, sp A '4 I x 'r .tp Q 2-Z ' ' xx I L. A Q' X 'Q , . 1 lf' D' Y, B! 1 'X fi x 'CW ' ,. X K W 3 Q, a wifi! N . A ff , fag M 7 I , .yn 2,33 b Q- I LA 9.4 ' 4 V ? n A . in 'cf M I J N 4 Kiki ii 'Q Q Agd' L I i gl L x H 1 I C' 1. E Fig?" 1 'A F 'fr -1,57 4 f ' Q2 . 1 Z. -3 wfffwx., -Q g r im ' I Q Mdgwf- e' ggi 3'-P' Lg!" X , ' 1' r , G-A' X , I 1 , """e3'1'f'Fl1 i - F' iii' Football season is a time of keen enjoyment and a period during which school spirit is crystal- ized. M. S. C. always has a good football team which gains many honors for the college, and yet maintains the ideals of good sportsmanship. Not only the home games but all games are followed with keen interest by students, parents, alumni, faculty and townspeople. Many victories are added each year to the credit of the Southerners. ln December, the same spirit of loyalty carries over from the football field to the basketball court in the gym. The baseball team moves into the spotlight when the season opens shortly after the beginning of the Spring quarter. 'EQ rigs X n 1-J lt ,fc rxff l K ' 'VNX ,ff-hu J K K 'ENN l f' V' ll 'X ., . -ix l. X X ff! l .f frxxf if SQ-XL N," -. ff XXX wiv pf 'lf rf Kd! lx l -wx X.,,f3-.K I C7 Q llrxh-'Y-Jvxx 5.2-Q 'E C, Q 9 cj 1 CD f 'ID J' K X THEY LEAD THE CHEERING " 'A' ji- WE SWIM IN THE SUMMER ln addition to the inter-school competitive sports program, intramural games hold a prominent place in the physical education set-up. During the Winter months, boxing matches are held tor the men, and basketball teams are organized by members ot each of the sororities and by students from each ot the girls' dormitories. The college owns an excellent 9-hole golf course and provides several hard-surfaced tennis courts. The annual tennis and golf tournaments appeal to both men and women, and the two sports are en- joyed the year round. WE PLAY TENNIS ALL YEAR GUARDIANS OF THE POOL v V "' 4. VALENTINE DANCE PN lf5"SrSri-v SPRING FORMAL The first big formal of the year is the Pan- Hellenic dance at the end of rush Week. Here, all of the Greeks, G-reeks-to-be, and their dates turn out in all of their glamour. After football games, formal and informal dances are sponsored by various campus organizations. The formal dance after the Christmas ban- quet is the last get-together before Christmas vacation. ln February the Student Council presents the campus favorites at a formal dance in the gym, and a Mardi Gras ball is sponsored by Zeta Sig. f' I fi' 'RNA -I i if' X.-v y J' R+ 'x inf' :ini- .W U- Q ..,-:. . -. . V Jiggl-1gf'Ekf'Nt -1'-N rfmef -' 35:-f-' 's1ETEGTL?ff.S"'FK'-N' W AERIAL VIEW OF CAMPUS 'Lf-T'X' .. .,..tI... . N rf.-.-, ff: .. .- - ."" ---- ra .-'.. ..-'- . v Q HI., -w...-'.,..-... ..-. .- 4. I- . , A N.tIu S .I4-g MI. . -,. r .1-.4 ..-,M ' .,...-. .w-f--4 i.--f ...f-px' -....- '.- --ua-.'.:.-I--tv x MN. K., g..,'-rv-, Va, 1,4 I.--,. ',jI.-hs.. .II',I I,-IIN., .'- .' " '- f-.- ,- I '- -.' 'f .. . . . . . . lf... -.". . '.I. 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' "LWB -W '3"vD' ' '5?' fIl-'?B5'1.-3-'P'i1 LS " 1-... --P .Jw ...J. I-1. 'fi -N... A t- 41 I' V mf. H3-in r-'-ff., 'SSI' .qv-'-W ,gIm,'1.'I-,.f.- 3. -if-A 4-7'-. I:-1'-S.: m...,f.9A,.f.K-EI..f9' ..3."1ft"fIiE SIIIIISE UI MISSISSIPPI SIIIIIHIII With an enrollment of more than l2OO students and immediate prospects for a still greater growth, Missis- sippi Southern is rapidly gaining a deserved repu- tation as one of the outstanding small institutions of the South. Recent improvements in the physical plant, in- cluding a veterans' apartment building and a partially completed faculty apartment building, together with other structures for which plans are in preparation, are noteworthy features. The most significant aspects of the school, however, are faculty and student attitudes. M. S. C. is a friendly institution. The student group is small enough to make the faculty-student relation- ship genial and helpful and to foster a fine spirit of comradeship among students. A genuinely demo- cratic atmosphere pervades the entire campus. At the same time, the high standard of scholarship is a distinction of which faculty members and students alike are justifiably proud. ABOVE: PEP PARADE Ulm bk? Q Q N a XJ v D XX-'mx f 11-5-4 E, Q., Wt any .Ulu ,,.,,.,, ,.,,- 1 ,,..1 ,-.-, -gi,1i5.g:..gV:. -. v -.55 4-..,, Af Lg,- 4 1 'Q , "WS" X Si -5 ..,. "-L--....,,- vi,,---q- --...QQ--...5 --..,,.,,,,.q --.-........,-N ---...........,., -....,--..... -.-1... -...iw--..., -4-.....y.-....... .M- ...af-F... ,,.-W fy J 1 .Q .f.,- P W W I I i I 4 I I5 OMAP ffl MP J W' W QUE Hi 1 Mf' if E f, +R aw ,V-5-,JN V LN WR Q 1 '!'N ' VN WV wb? N11 XA f PM Rm 'Q ,N 1 I W XX NP I' PM psi Wg WP N PM MP I Rm W f R M nfl' iv sm ' xx!! xx!! X 'wk V, KZ, X V1 , N , , , X 4 X I .xgf , wx X X., kk J , K f , f Ji' ff g f, XX 1, RH ,X-4, V ,K Y XE gg-1 ., A wr, ,, , PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS 0E MISSISSIPPI SUIJTHERN C0llE6E, IIATTIESBURG, MISS. MARY CATHERINE HANSON MARIE SCANLAN EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER PRESE VER UR FIIELDING l. WRIGHT O Govemor Wright took the oath oi office on November 7, 1946. IIIIVERIIR 'I'I'l0MAS l. BAILEY I Governor Bailey assumed office in Ianuary. 1944. and died on No- vember 2, 1946. -- . . H 11 r - V --'png-r 5'--' " ' ' Ig "' 1 . 1' gig rfnlv " ' ' 'F Q ' S 4 'l0Im""' ' '-' '-,Hx ww- I.: :rv Av cf 5 .vw bq '4 if as Q iw: Hy P 4 'ab r ,I nw 7 0' 4 if 4 8' UK: .BMA 941, Ay' -V. J' ,gig fr ' Q 'N H: W qu I 'K W' Q Vp' 7 iv f M I, T511 fxfx ml- ' 'F N If 4 ,f If 1 Y -'V' 7 s-3-1,1 R, ,N Q Q Kill Q if 5, Q1 f tb ? v f Qi' 'WARN . if s 'vis if "' " H- ' - :J-2 '99 t vw-14" SYN 1-1 I 4 'fri . if - its .- J' 9 , r1,',:,f21, -"-W . 53. 3.-1 t wt '-ri. 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We know him as a friendly and sympa- thetic counselor, an efficient executive, a careful thinker, and a dynamic and progressive leader. .:..,, -- V . . PR isa n I 'u 1 -. , ' -. ".. -4 ' V , ,, . 'I . v-,iv , ,V A A. .. , . -, , f,,""' , '-,. A, ' v' , Q.. D C 0 0 K 1 ' . 5 a -wqguilf' llllll IlfA DR. R. A. MCLEMORE Known familiarly as "Dr. Mac," our Dean of Instruction, Dr. Mcliemore, is loved and respected by every student. No matter what our difficulties may be, we always feel better after talking with him about our problems. MRS. LENA Y. GOUGH Always understanding and resourceful, Mrs. Gough, Dean of Women, is a sympathetic and friendly guide, never too busy to offer helpful suggestions. . DR. R. G. LOWREY As Dean of Men and adviser to the Student Council, Dr. Lowrey is sound in his thinking and counsel-a little man with a big heart, always interested in the welfare of the student. Cfllfl F irst Row: 0 I. F. WALKER, B.A., M.S.. Ph.D.-Bio- logical Sciences, Professor of Biology. 0 C. C. DAWSON. B.S.. M.A.-Acting Head of Commerce, Professor of Com- merce. Second Row: 0 H. D. PICKENS. B.A.. M.A.. Ph.D.-Edu- cation, Psychology, and Demonstration School, Professor and Director of Student Teaching. 0 EDWARD E. HALL, B.Ed. M.S.. Ph.D.- Director of Extension and Correspondence and Placement Bureau, Professor of Edu- cation. Third Row: O FRANK E. MARSH. IR.. Mus.B.. M.A.- F ine Arts, Professor of Music. 0 BERTHA M. FRITZSCHE. B.S.. M.S.- Home Economics, Professor of Home Eco- nomics. Fourth Row: 0 WILBUR W. STOUT. B.A.. M.A.. Ph.D. -Languages and Literature, Professor of English. 0 O. V. AUSTIN. B.A.. M.A.-Physical Sciences and Mathematics, Professor of Science. Fifth Row: 0 O. N. DARBY. B.S.. M.A.-Director of Veterans' Advisement Center, Assistant Professor of English, Secretary of Alumni Association. IIEPAIHMEI HEADS moat! 'l f""" 'QE' f""f-, -1 ta gg? -Kim, Q' q , iw M ..-as-. . f!'41 ' P"4' f 0144 ' f 4: ' ft ,, ., ad PKG :dr A f "'.: W f---4-Q. 4 IW- E' my S ,,,..f-' 1 . lf sag -Q M 4 ,fi ' ' 4.1 f GE 11 -nn. A i IAIIIIH PERRIN I. ANDERSON, B.S., M.A.y Critic Teacher, Second Grade. MARY POE BAYLIS, Mus.B.7 Associate Pro- fessor of Music. WILLA BOLTON, B.A., M.A.7 Professor of Geography. PEARL CAMPBELL, BS., M.S.g Instructor of Home Economics. IEAN CARAWAY, Laboratory Assistant. MARY TOM COLONES, B.A., M.A.g Instructor in Speech and Dramatics, BETTY IEAN COOKSEY, B.S.7 Laboratory As- sistant. NAN COOPER, B.S.p Critic Teacher, Commerce. MARIE DAVIS, B,A., M,A.p Critic Teacher, Social Studies, FORREST Del.ANO, Mus.B.7 Assistant Professor of Music. ANNIE LOUISE D'OLIVE, B.S., M.A.5 Instructor of Art. KATHERINE S. FOOTE, B.A., BS., M.S.: Critic Teacher, Mathematics. MINNIE B. FORD, B.S., M.A.7 Critic Teacher, Fifth Grade. IOHN M. FRAZIER, B.S., M,A.p Director of the General Education Board Health Project, Curator of Museum. IOHN EDIIOWID GONZALES, B.S., M.A.: ln- structor of Social Science. MARY GREEN, B.M.g Instructor of Harp and Piano. REED GREEN, BS.: Head Football Coach, Director of Athletics. DEANE GRIFFIS, B.S.g Critic Teacher, English. WILLIAM B. HARLAN, B.S., M.A.: Assistant Profs ssor of Commerce. MARY SLOAN HAWKINS, B.A,, B.S., M.A.I Instructor in English. WILLIE D. I-IEARST, B.S., A.B., M.S.g Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences. ALMA HICKMAN, B.A., Ph.B., M.A.g Professor of English. EDITH HINTON, B.A., M.A.p Critic Teacher, First Grade. FRANK HRUBY, B.M., M,M.p Associate Pro- fessor of Piano and Advanced Theory. GEORGE G. HURST, B.S., Instructor of Chemistry. FARLEY K. HUTCHINS, B.M., M.S.M., A.G.O.: Associate Professor of Organ, Sacred Music, and Musicology. HARRIET IACKSON, B.A., M.A.7 Assistant Professor of French and Spanish. WILLERY IACKSON, B.A., M.A.7 Assistant Professor of History, STH NETTA M. IENKINS, B.S.g Instructor in English. MARION C. IOHNSON, B.S., Critic Teacher and Athletic Coach, Demonstration School. W. L. IOHNSON, B.A., M.A.p Professor of Mathematics. EMILY PEYTON IONES, B.S., M.A., Professor of Education. IOHN IONES, IR., B.S., M.A.7 Instructor of Physical Sciences and Mathematics. IOHNSIE KELL, B.S., M.A.g Critic Teacher, Fourth Grade. IOHN M. KING, B.S., M.A.p Assistant Principal and Critic Teacher. I. T. LEE, B.S.: Instructor of Mathematics and Physical Sciences. PEARL REYNOLDS LEECH, B.A., M.A.p Critic Teacher, Third Grade. ELIZABETH MEAD, B.E., B.A., M.A., Assistant Professor of Music. HELEN IANET MCDONALD, Mus.B.g Assistant Professor of Music, Critic Teacher. SALLIE STEVENS MCLEMORE, B.S., M.A.7 Critic Teacher, Sixth Grade. DONA EVELYN MCNEESE, B.S.: Instructor of Commerce. CARLTON L. MCQUAGGE, B.S.: Principal of Demonstration School. KATHERINE ELIZABETH MIZEL, B.S., M.A.g Director of Nursery School and Instructor in Child Development. C. S. MOULDER, B.A.7 B.S.U. Secretary, Spon- sor of the Ministerial League. MELVIN G. NYDEGGER, B.S., M.A.7 Director of High School Correspondence, Assistant Professor. DOUGLASS OLSEN, B.A., M.A.7 Assistant Pro- fessor of English. FANNIE OWINGS, B.S., M.S,7 Assistant Pro- fessor of Home Economics, Critic Teacher. IAMES B. PETERSON, B.P.A., M.M.g Associate Professor of Instrumental Music and Director of College Band. ROY A. PULLIAM, B.S., M.A.: Professor of Education, Director of Reading Clinic. ANNA M. ROBERTS, B.A., M.A., B.S. in L.S.y Professor of Library Science, Librarian. H. WILLIAMS RODEMANN, B.S., M.A.: Assist- ant Professor of History and Sociology. I-IUBERT A. SI-IANDS, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Pro- iessor of English and Foreign Language. FRANCES SIERAKOWSKI, B.Ed., M.A.7 Associ- ate Professor of Physical Education for Women. WILLIAM F. ST. CLAIR, B.S., M.A.y Instructor in Physical Sciences. O. C. STEEDE, B.S., M.A.7 Instructor in Ex- tension. PAULINE ROGERS STOUT, B.A., M.A.p Part- time, Assistant Professor of English. FACIIHY STEPHANIE SULINSKI. B.M.E., M.M.E.g Assist- ant Professor of Cello, Theory and Instrumental Music Education. I. R. SWITZER, B.S.7 Instructor of Physical Education for Men. ORVILLE THOMAS, B.S.: Instructor of ln- dustrial Arts. AMELIA THOMPSON, B.S., M.S.g Assistant Professor of Home Economics. IULIAN TYSON, Laboratory Assistant. THAD VANN, B.S.C.7 Instructor of Physical Education, Assistant Coach, Head of Physical Education for Men. ANGELINE WATKINS, B.S., M.A.p Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Women. ALLIE M. WEBB, A.B., M.A.g Assistant Pro- fessor of English. IAMES EDWARD WHEAT, IR., B.A.p Director of Public Relations, Instructor of Iournalism. LEON A. WILBER, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.p Assistant Professor of Social Studies. ANNETTE B. WILDEH, B.A.g Librarian, Critic Teacher, Language. HOWLENE WOMBLE, B.M.g Critic Teacher, Public School Music and Piano. SELAH CARMICHAEI., Hostess, Hattiesburg Hall. ETTIE MAE DANIEL. Hostess, Stadium Dormi- tory. D. O. DAVIS, B.S.g Appraiser in Veterans' Advisement Center. ANNE DENHAM, B.A.g Psychometrist in Vet- erans' Advisement Center. LEON EUBANKS, B.S., M.A.y Secretary of Alumni Association tLeave of Absence, since November 5, 19461. W. W. EUBANKS, B.S., M.S.y Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, Director of College Farm. MARIE ODOM HATHOHNE, B.S., Secretary, Extension Division. MIRIAM HOWELL, Post Mistress. LAVERNE JOHNSON, B.S.: Secretary, Division of Education and Demonstration School. MARY IO MAGEE, B.A., B.S. in L.S.y Assistant Librarian. H. C. MCLEOD, M.D.y College Physician. MARY PULLEY, B.S.: Registrar. C. O. SMALLING, B.S.C.3 Financial Secretary. BEEDIE E. SMITH, R.N.7 College Nurse. MRS. C. T. SINGLETON, Hostess, Forrest County Hall. HARRY M. THOMAS, B.S.g Appraiser in Vet- erans' Advisement Center. MRS. LEWIS WARD, Bookstore. DELIA YELVEHTON: Hostess, Mississippi Hall. A Il STAH ',:,:12gQf . 0.1 SJ -11,32 f fwrrf. 4 n-5, . . ir ' -, 1- . Above: M. L. MALONE, President BESSIE IEAN CARRAWAY, First Vice-President Below: ELIZABETH CRANE. Second Vice-President OPAL ANDERSON, Secretary .1iS'5157Q!,s ,W " bf of Pfflgf- ,, ,Lf , wx i554 . ag-Q37,'k,' 4.531323 yu v ,A if 405' ',."'61., fi., 'f , , fi 1f2gj,?'f'a:iwAif 1223 as .J ,, HP " e Q, , . in affix. E X ,L ff x EUHR ME IIHICERS b W 219343 39.521 Q.-fD..,m 9:51a Q-,O FJ" UJQSCD 52,9125 QOETE o HU SUICDO Q-Q.Qm nge-W 2-we e QJPPCUQ 530-P+ cos: have 5525 0135-'Cu 39,50 ce-cc B332 gee? S Q0 ODD:-Q-.FO H.5oH HD-IMO fn F63 2013.0 girfifb 0 5 3-fiQ.fo 3 QE? QUUHQ wg-wgo ff1:3L9.ffh 2119210 5',,.+-1CD"' ewae 51,5039-JD 35522 'P 'co DH9i2o.U 6h'ZIfD9, '15:o?.,.h 3 Dwa- won .- mag 01905: DCO o QAQEPBE- 55235 go HQ.. EO em Br: me 'Q ei S 5-'S QS' 'DET S E21 rn U14 S2 259 ?. 53 Front Row, left lo right: Opal Anderson, secretary, Maurice Malone, president, lean Carraway, first vice-president Bessie Crane, second vice- president, Second RCW: Betty Pittman, luanita Parsons, Hilda Rayburn, Dahlia Noel, Mildred Duncan, Sara Moore, Iimmie Anderson, Carol Branlly, Bob Perry. Third Row: limmie Ford, Eugenia Kizer, Roland Loper, Barbara Davis, George Wescott, Ruby lune Broome, Bill Katrishin, Mary Catherine Hanson, Lester Rogers, Sara Machen. cs T? Left to Right: Fay Strother, Rita Dabbs, Mary Catherine Hanson, Nell Salter. OFFICERS MARY CATHERINE HANSON .... President FAY STROTHER . . . First Vice-President RITA DABBS , . . Second Vice-President NELL SALTER , . , . , Secretary WUMEN The purpose of the association is to formulate and carry out those rules and regulations which are definitely needed and which are for the best interests of the women students. The council endeavors to be honest and fair with each Woman student and partial to noneereqardless of personal feelings or interests and to qain the full cooperation of all students and the Administration. 'S STUDENT GUVEBNMENT ASSUCIATIUN STAFF MARY CATHERINE HANSON . . IIMMIE NELL WALKER . BOB MCCARTHY , , . ACE CLEVELAND . , MARIE SCANLAN O. N. DARBY . . . . . Editor . Associate Editor . Associate Editor . . Sports Editor Business Manager . Faculty Adviser L. to R.: Marie Scanlan. Mary Catherine Hanson, Ierry Rodgers, Bob McCarthy. SCU F' R : M C th ' H n n, Iimmie Nell Walker, Bob Mcljarthy, Marie Scanlan, O. N, Darby. Second Row: I-.ce Cleveand, I-.Ir-egra mst lsezsie asians, Eleprlaiceafsillis, Dick McCarthy. Third Row: Helen McCormick, Helen Martin, Sara Moore, Esate Nelson, lerry l?:'gn::. ff" ls 'Li' Ab' .1 E In the spring of 1913 the students oi Mississippi Normal College-later to become State Teachers College and, finally, Mississippi Southern College- initiated an annual with an Indian name, Neka Camon. lVlf1Elf' With the exception of one year when the English version, The New Spirit, was used, the name re- mained Neka Camon until 1940, when it became THE SOUTHEHNER. ln 1946 the title was changed to THE OLD SOUTHERNER, but the start oi 19-in has reverted to the former name. The original title was prophetic, for the spirit ot Southern is renewed each year by new faces and new aspirations. It is the wish ot the stan that Tl-1E SOUTHERNER of 1947 may preserve the rnernories of this year of hope and happiness I t 1 r 1 I WINFRED MONCRIEF Editor Uanuary--1, Associate Editor lOct.-Dec., 1946J IIM COOK Associate Editor Uanuary-J, Editor fOct.-Dec., 19461 STAFF MEMBERS' WINPRED MONCRIEF, Editor Uanilg Associate Editor tOct.-Dec., 19467. JIM COOK, Editor lOct.-Dec., 194617 Associate Editor Uan.-J. JOAN LATIMER, Editor lAug.-Sept., 19463. TOMMY BOUNDS, Business Manager tDec.-J. BETSY PRESCOTT, Business Manager fAug.-Nov., 19461. BILL SEGARS, Associate Business Manager tDec.-1. NAN LEE, Associate Business Manager tAug.-Nov., 19461. EVERETT MCREE, Art Editor. LEONARD ANDERSON, Circulation Manager. A. C IOHNSON, Circulation Manager. BARBARA GRAHAM, Society Editor Clan.-J. ALLEGRA BOTT, Society Editor QOct.-Dec.l. IEAN BRENKE, Associate Editor fAug.-Sept.l. ACE CLEVELAND, Sports Editor tOct.-Nov.J. ' Dates in parenthesis indicate lengths of time staff positions were held. Where no dates are listed, positions were held throughout the school year. lla-j Left to Right: Allegra Bott, lim Cook, Winitred Moncriet, Dale Butler Under the editorial reins ot "Monty" Moncriet and lim Cook, the Student Printz made MSC newspaper history. For the first time since pre-war years, it was published weekly, with many record editions of six pages-fifty per cent more newspaper than ever before. With Tommy Bounds gathering the support ot advertisers, the Printz took on a new face: double- decker headlines, streamers, hundreds ot photos, streamlined make-up. The cartoons ot McRee, "Iudge" Royalty's column, improved journalistic style, and a new variety ot feature departments gave the Student Printz promise of becoming one oi the leading college newspapers ot the South. LEONARD G. ANDERSON DALE BUTLER A. C. IOHNSON Circulation Manager Staff Typist Circulation Manager SlVl,llllDIElXllVIllRllNll-'Z NHELLELIC new-" BILLYE IEAN MYERS Alpha Sigma l-Ilpha OFFICERS IEANE BRENKE ..., . . President Mu Omega BILLYE IEAN MYERS . . , , Vice-President Alpha Sigma BESSIE CRANE ..... , . Secretary Delta Sigma LOUISE HILL ...,,.,.. Treasurer Sigma Theta Kappa PEGGY MCGOUGI-I .,.. . Reporter Tri Sigma A Pan-Hellenic tea on Sunday, November 3 at the as ELIZABETH CRANE Delta Sigma Epsilon PEGGY MCGOUGH Sigma Sigma Sigma home of President and Mrs. R. C. Cook officially opened the formal rushing session at Mississippi Southern College. ln the receiving line were Presi- dent and Mrs. Cook, representatives of the six Greek letter organizations, and sponsors of the Pan-Hellenic Council. The climax of the succeeding Week of rush parties came on Saturday night with the formal Pan-Hellenic dance. Decorations included the shields and colors of the five sororities and Zeta Sigma fraternity. The final event of the Week was a meeting of all the rushees with Mrs. Gough, Dean of Women, on Sunday afternoon in the Social Center. This method of preferential bidding was introduced two years ago. LOUISE HILL BILL TOLBERT Sigma Theta Kappa Zeta Sigma 0 U N 1 I I 'w k va ' .., 5 4 'Q'-QQ 'A .0 ,. P . , J f' v i Q '?-if -ig ., . f 'fj- - ' F,w!.. gi " . uw -' 4- - - 14 '- ,,, ik, -. qngl . QQ, ix I f g I 0 I. A, .I E: - 7' -K Q' MARY FERTITIA VONCILLE WILLIAMS BARBARA GRAHAM Captain DOT SCHRUGGS BILLIE STEELE ARLENE MAYFIELD I gf ef- . X, M l . T N4 v 'I' Miss. ff' soumznu course M159 First Row Iames Hicks B111 Hill Margie French Mary F1'Gl1l15 Arlene Mayfield Bobbie Kingsberry, Voncille Williams, Dorothy Shruggs, Elaine t-lalvorsen Louise Sitts Second Row Billy Ammons Peggy McGough Third Row lack McSwain, Marvin Miller, Ollie Williams Iam-es Ball, Henri Mayton Charles Patton Iohn L Dale Don Key George Curry Glora Lawrie Fourth Row: Charles Newman, Boyd Martin, Marvin Crimm, William Chapman Harold Davis Wesley Rittenburg. NOT PICTURED Betty Io Davis Fred Jones Ioe Sarphie Bobbie Io Sigrest N D Smith Billie Steele, Ray Taylor, George Thomas Tew, lohr. OFFICERS OLLIE WILLIAMS, JR. . CHARLES NEWMAN DONALD KEY , BOYD MARTIN PEGGY MCGOUGI-I 4 151 if 1 if ir fr' Aj Business Manager Librarian Secretary Treasurer Conductor .ta 'yt -1 Nfigxk A M Xxxx- ' "-Q -SEN X X x at wt , M l' Potter Carol Marsh Annie Laurie Roberts, loy Dorsett, First Row: Voncille Williams, Mary lean Staton, Nannette Walker, Ian? Odom, eissa , , N ll Walker luanita Williams, Mary Dean Granberry, Betty Breland, Bobbye Hardin, Marie Scanlan. Second Row: Tad Baird, Bettye Keel, B rt Vance Henri Mayton David Brown, Boyd Martin, lim Carpenter 1 limmie e. , Gwendolyn Cox, Peggy McGough, Fred Iones, Robert Rouse, Ollie Williams, e 1, , A 'ta G, Gibson, loyce Freeman, Carolyn Beverly. Third Row: Etta M. Klein, Mary Ruth Dickson, Burdelle Taylor, Clara Sue McVey, Don Key, ' ' K' berry, Marrin Crimm, Elaine Martin, Monita Prine, Nelda Trigg, Madge Alred. ni lim Gibson, Ellis Kelly, Powell Ogletree, Marion Miller, Bobby ings The Vesper Choir is a choral organization corn- posed ot students under the direction of Frank Earl Marsh, lr. Student musical directors are Carol W. Marsh and Olivia M. McGough. This chorus tours the state during National Music Week, presenting programs ot music. the Vesper Choir is being assisted by This year the String Ouartet: Helen lanet McDonald, Iames Byron Peterson, violinistsg Miriam Hutchins, violistp and Stephanie Sulinski, cellist. The choir presents two programs. Program One is composed of sacred and secular selections whereas Program Two is made up almost wholly ot excerpts from "The Messiah" by Handel. Farley Kennan Hutchins is choir accompanist and organ soloist. Helen Ianet McDonald, Elizabeth Mead and Forrest DeLano, Stephanie Sulinski, and Mary Green offer violin soli, vocal duets, 'cello soli, and harp soli, respectively. Student soloists are Ioy Dorsett, Ioyce Freeman, Anita Sullivan Gibson Fred Iones, and Burt Vance, lr. David Brown, Robert Clement, Bert Vance, David Brown, Anita G. Gibson, Monita Prine, Etta M. Klien, Mary Ieanne Siaton, Fred IOFIGS, BOYd Marlin- The Madrigalians were organized in Sep- tember, 1946, in order to sing madrigals and motels. Whenever opportunity permits, they appear in the traditional style ot rnadrigal sing- erssseated around a table. Director: Miss Elizabeth Mead. SUUTHEH Sl Hilti The Southern Singers is an ensemble of girls voices whereas the Madrigalians is a mixed group. The Southern Singers furnish the lighter element of music on the choir program. They sing selections from light operas and sacred numbers tor Sunday performances and sacred programs. The group was first organized during the school year 1943-44, the first year of World War li. There were then eight girls. The two following years they were an ensemble ot twelve voices. This year there are eight sing' ers. Director: Miss Forrest DeLano. First Row: Nannette Walker, Ioy Dorsett, limmie Nell Walker, Carolyn Beverly. Back Row: Ioyce Freeman, Bettye Ioyce Keel, Gwendolyn Cox, Iuanita Williams. is. First Row: LEONARD G. ANDERSON. A veteran senior of Danville, Ill. He is presi- dent of the senior class, and circulation manager for the Student Printz. EDWARD ARNOLD. A senior in the Health and Physical Education De- partment. He is from Hattiesburg, and as "generalissimo" in the athletic office at Southern has made himself popular with faculty and students alike. Second Row: LEROY P. AUSTIN, Tchula, Miss. He is a senior with science as his major. Graduate of Sunflower lunior College at Moorhead, a tackle on the football team this year and has lettered in football here twice previously. BESSIE IEAN CARAWAY, Porterville, Miss. She is a senior with science as her major. Graduate of Porterville High School, where she was valedic- torian of her class, and of East Mississippi junior College at Scooba. She is first vice-president of Student Council. Third Row: FANNIE WILL CLARK, Columbia. She is a senior in the Homemaking Department, and a graduate of Quitman High School, where she was valedictorian of her class and of Pearl River junior College, Poplarville. She has been president of the Y.W.C.A. here. ELIZABETH CRANE, Hattiesburg. She is a senior in the Commerce Depart- ment, president of Delta Sigma Epsilon sorority and second vice-president of the Student Council. Fourth Row: EVELYN CAROL ENGBARTH, Ocean Springs. Evelyn ls a senior in the Commerce Department, and has been corresponding secretary of the Delta Sigma Epsilon sorority, president of the International Relations Club, a member of the Commerce Club, and a member of the Newman Club. HILDA GRAFTON, Decatur. Hilda is a senior with English and Chemistry as her major subjects. She was valedictorian of her high school class and has consistently made the honor roll here. Fifth Row: MARY CATHERINE HANSON, Pass Christian. A senior in the Commerce Department. She has served as secretary-treasurer of the junior class and of the International Relations Club, reporter for Delta Sigma Epsilon, editor of TI-IE SOUTHERNER, Mademoiselle College Board, and member of the Newman Club. President of WSGA. Graduate of Gulf Park College, where she was a member ot Phi Theta Kappa. MAURICE L. MALONE, Lucedale. Senior in the Commerce Department and president of the Student Body. Attended the University of Mississippi two years before entering the service. WHCVS W H Q, V V ......,,.. .. A ,fir I First Row: CAROL MARSH, Hattiesburg. She is a senior in the Music Department, Keeper of the Grades of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, member of Alpha Mu Chi, and student director of the Vesper Choir. BOB McCARTI-IY, Hattiesburg. Bob is president of the lunior Class and of the Ole Southern Club. He is associate editor oi THE SOUTHERNER and a member of the Commerce Club and the Newman Club. OLIVIA M. "PEGGY" MCGOUGH, Morton. She is a senior in the Music Department, and has been for two years, president of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. Served as president of the Student Body, has been the recipient of a Student Government award, and has served as associate editor of the Student Printz. IUANITA PARSONS. Tylertown. Senior with English and lower Ele- mentary Education as her majors, chairman of the Christian Federation. Second How: PAULINE PORTER, McCall Creek. She is a senior with Art as her major subject, and was president ot the Elementary Council. ANNIE LAUHIE ROBERTS. Hattiesburg. She is a senior in the Music Department, and has been president of Alpha Mu Chi, vice-president and secretary of Tri Sigma, secretary-treasurer of the Choral Union, a member of the Vesper Choir and of the Southern Singers, PAY STROTHER, Mississippi City. Fay is a senior in the Home Eco- nomics Department and first vice-president of Womens Student Govern- ment Association. IEAN WATTS, Canton. lean is a junior in the Home Economics Depart- ment, and has been president of the Dramatics Club, a member of the Vesper Choir, secretary-treasurer of the Sophomore Class, treasurer oi the AEA, and president of the Home Economics Club. .1 W AMU ST DE T5 AMEHIC CULLEEE5 UN IES IVEHSIT fa HAS IT COME TO THAT? if 'Qui-Jl"L5..p,,.4 .rv YQ, UW mmcima crmnx ro cmznx w 17' , 3.5 f ,MV L s Y , RWM: Y L O ff. K, O - x . x we 13" 4. , Ni." - V f af if A 4 , E XX 3xffiigafgqqg5fg gk QQPQE afikfgf' PA 'ir 4 X. , 1' fx K .gf Q TJ L I' ' - 5'avfQw w?21w' . , if if 'l lf A if' 2 N . . ' , Q ff 2 " I E 5 5, 2 A 'X 3' 5 f 5-'S T15 5 ' 'TQ ' A " M 5 w V. . , ' ks. x 1 'e' , . , Q ' f, 2 Y ' 55' I -1 H. "'. 'S r ' -.- nfs' -'E , QI- if 1 ,N T 11. A V 1 . u P' - - ' he '17 9 as Q, if E5-if fy Q' A 4 I O fn- K., 5' , . Ap- ,,. bl. H . x V E . Q .Q 'J lo,?',if FW as :'av E A x4.5? 1f W W -rg Q Liver- Q 5 ll' Q" A 'J.h.fi OFFICERS LEONARD G. ANDERSON . , President IACK MONTGOMERY . . . Representative io Studeni Council FRANCES SIERAKOWSKI . . Sponsor ROLAND LOPER . . . Vice-President HAWK AUSTIN . . Reporter LOUISE CALHOUN . , . Secretary and Treasuxel 46 First Row: SARAH CLAHINE ALEXANDER. Hattiesburg: Alpha Sigma: Dra matic Club, President. SYDNEY E. ALEXANDER, Perkinston: F.T.A.: Language Club. LEONARD G. ANDERSON, Danville, Ill.: American Legion: Presi- dent Senior Class: Student Printz: Veteran's Club: Pre-Legal Forum: Who's Who in American Colleges. EDWARD PERRY ARNOLD, Hattiesburg: Who's Who in American Colleges. fx-f Ql,h,i,,, W' , I i ll' N i s ' 4 - NK! 1 Tix 1 L., 4:?55??Zv .zf 12 L " V, f - r N 5 -1 U 41 fl -nf' D A - X. X t S 12' Lgxm Q i - 'wgsx ,fri Plxkxl X X 1 Eerr 'A :iam pwtit Ko V ,x"' Q A jx lil X' lf ff ' .ssl J f X 'Q-if . 'K 'Qi nif f X J 5'A, ' rl xt X i y f ... f y LEROY PERCY "HAWK" AUSTIN, Tchula: M Club: Student Coun- f cil: Senior Class Reporter: Who's Who in American Colleges. , K X fn' I 1 Ai asf,-4 Second Row: CHESTER LEE AVERA, IR.. State Line: I.R.C.: F.T.A.: Wesley Foundation. CAROL BRANTLEY, Maddin: Sigma Theta Kappa: Commerce Club: Student Council. FRED LEE BROOKS, IR., Meridian: I.R.C.: F.T.A.: Wesley Founda- tion: Dramatics Club. SARA MARGARET BROWN, Bay Springs: Sigma Theta Kappa: Commerce Club: F.T.A.: President, Teacher Training Group. BIRDIE BUNTYN. Decatur: Wesley Foundation, Vice-President. L A i 11 his -..' t 1- Third Row: EDNA E. BUNTYN. Decatur. RUBY SUE BUSH, Porterville: l.R.C., Vice-President: lA'estminster Fellowship, President: Christian Federation Cabinet. TOMMIE IEAN BYRD, Neely: Commerce Club. KATIE LOUISE CALHOUN, Mt. Olive: Tri Sigma, Vice-President: Vesper Choir: I.R.C.: Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class. IEAN CARAWAY, Porterville: Student Council, Vice-President: Baptist Student Union, Vice-President: Vesper Committee, Christian Federation: Who's Who in American Colleges: Young Women's Auxiliary. 47 .mx 'E gg W' 6" First Row: IOHN M. CARTER, Hattiesburg. MINNIE LOUISE CARTER, Hattiesburg: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Com- J merce Club: F.T.A. FANNIE WILL CLARK, Columbia: Home Economics Club: Y.W.A. President: B.S.U.: F.T.A.: State Secretary for College Home Eco- nomics Clubs: Who's Who in American Colleges. BETTY CLIFF CONNER, Columbia: Sigma Theta Kappa: West- minister Fellowship, Secretary: F.T.A, GLYNN COOK, Columbia. ..,-f fy y fl S ' X JB! gil! J a A " 'f"' . 3? , . af QW? Second Row: ELIZABETH CRANE, Hattiesburg: Delta Sigma Epsilon, President: Student Council, Second Vice-President: Pan-Hellenic Council: Commerce Club: President Iunior Class: Who's Who in American Colleges. BARBARA FRANCES DAVIS, Hattiesburg: Delta Sigma Epsilon, Vice-President: Student Council. H. L. DAVIS, Seminary: Christian Federation. MILDRED LOUVENIA DAVIS, Columbia: Home Economics Club: Y.W.A.: B.S.U. Council. W. I. DAVIS, San Antonio, Texas. 48 Third Row: WINIFRED RUTH DALLAS, Little Rock, Miss.: Home Economics Club. SARAH ELIZABETH DEVER, Hattiesburg: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Commerce Club: Westminister Fellowship. ROY LOIL DORMAN, Union: F.T.A. IOY DORSETT, Hattiesburg: Choral Union: Tri Sigma: Alpha Mu Chi: Vesper Choir. EVELYN CAROL ENGBARTH, Ocean Springs: I.R.C., President: Delta Sigma Epsilon, Corresponding Secretary: F.T.A.: Commerce Club: Newman Club: Who's Who in American Colleges. First Row: MRS. EMMIE HELEN FERGUSON, Batesville: Alpha Sigma Alpha, President of Pledges: Dramatics Club: Home Economics Club: Student Council: Westminister Fellowship. HARMON AULTMAN FOSTER, Hattiesburg: Choral Union: Pre- Medical Club. NAIDA MARIE FRASCO, New York City: Mu Omega: Newman Club: Foreign Language Club. MARIORY ELAINE FRENCH, Pass Christian: Band: Delta Sigma Epsilon: Dramatics Club: Wesley Foundation: Foreign Language Club. ANITA GAY CSULLIVAND GIBSON, Mize: Vesper Choir: Alpha Mu Chi: Hattiesburg Choral Union. rw 5 pf' X' O?" -G. 'I ff'- 1' 25 fia su, 1---, bv' Zh-G' Second Row: WELBUR GIBSON, Pontotoc: Zeta Sigma. BERNICE GILLIS, Hattiesburg: Dramatics Club. BOBBIE KOCH GIVEN, Hattiesburg: Delta Sigma: l.R.C.: F.T.A. MARY ELIZABETH GODBOLD, McCall Creek: Sigma Theta Kappa, Vice-President: Home Economics Club, Reporter. HILDA KMCRANEYJ GRAFTON, Decatur: Wl'io's Who in American Colleges. Third Row: BILLIE RUTH GRANBERRY, Hattiesburg: Sigma Sigma Sigma: F.T.A.: Dramatics Club: Y.W.A.: Physical Education Majors Club. 7-T ef-4 scarf? be ,,,...av- MARY CATHERINE HANSON, Pass Christian: THE SDUTHERNEF Editor: Delta Sigma Epsilon: Phi Theta Kappa: Csiiiiii-fini' Clair Newman Club: l.R.C., Secretary-Treasurer: X'x'.S.C1.A., Piesijen Mademoiselle College Board: VVho's Who in American Celia MARY ALICE HUFF, Bay Springs: Sigma Theta Kappa: Home Economics Club. 5.5 ab. - ALVIS CLAYTON IOHNSON, Meridian: BSU. Council- Veterans Club: I.R.C.: Student Printz: Member ot lvlississzppi State Ear and American Bar Association. YUVETTE KELLY, Raleigh: Sigma Sigma Sigma- 'Wesley Fcundae tion: Commerce Club. 49 5 3 f,'x I I ff XR it rj Lijkg : GEL: lfiy' C 3 Wm ll'?TX 3 ,MX I X l , L, 'Sv' 'issui- 59' 'Q' VU' N S If A at if Q , .1 A - 1 iwtn , ami We -- sfo.. First Row: ROLAND HOWELL LOPER, Vosburg: M Club, President: Football Team, Tackle: Two Year Letterman: Vice-President of Senior Class: Student Council Representative. MEDA ELIZABETH KBETTYEJ LOTT, Wiggins. IANE ELLEN MCCLELLAND, Brookhaven: Mu Omega, Vice-Presi- dent: Secretary and Treasurer of Mu Omega in '45. FRED H. MCDANIEL, IR., Columbia. OLIVIA M. IPEGGYJ MCGOUGH, Morton: Vesper Choir: Band: Student Director: Sigma Sigma Sigma, President: Alpha Mu Chi, President: Choral Union, Vice-President: Who's Who Among Students: 1944, Associate Editor Student Printz: Vice-President Tri Sigma, '44-45: President Tri Sigma, '45-46-47: President Pan- Hellenic Council, '45-46: President Student Body, '45-46. 5 . We 495 0- w we in- f " " 1,-,au-fs-V., t X W at . A W 53... 1' . ff? --Q A Second Row: MAURICE LINWOOD MALONE, Lucedale: Ole Southern Club: Veterans Club: President of Student Body, '46-47: Who's Who Among Students. CAROL WINIFRED MARSH, Hattiesburg: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Alpha Mu Chi: Vesper Choir: Choral Union: Who's Who Among Students: Keeper of Grades of Sigma Sigma Sigma, '43-44-45: Student Conductor of Vesper Choir, '46. ELAINE SWINNEY MARTIN, Hattiesburg: Alpha Mu Chi: Vesper Choir: Choral Union. MARY GRACE MORRISON, Heidelberg: Mu Omega: Home Ec Club. ESSIE NELSON, Hattiesburg: Commerce Club: Delta Sigma Epsilon: F.T.A.: Annual Staff. 50 Third Row: BETTY JEAN NEWMAN, Meadville: Sigma Theta Kappa: Home EC Club. DAHLIA N. NOEL, Hillsboro: Student Government: B.S.U., Presi- dent: Chairman of Vespers. IANE ODOM, Hattiesburg: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Alpha Mu Chi: Vesper Choir: Choral Union: Editor of Alpha Sigma Alpha: Student Director of Choir, '46-47. IUANITA PARSONS, Tylertown: Chairman of Christian Federation: Who's Who Among Students: Choral Union: Mu Omega Pledge: Student Council: Elementary Council: Y.W.A. SAM PIERCE, Collins: Commerce Club. First Row: EMMA PAULINE PORTER, McCall Creek: President Elementary Council: House Chairman of Hattiesburg Hall. LOIS TRAVISTEEN RENFROE, Belzoni: Treasurer Sigma Theta Kappa: Vice-President Home Ec Club: Choral Union. ANNIE LAURIE ROBERTS. Hattiesburg: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Alpha Mu Chi: Vesper Choir, President '46-47: Who's Who Among Students, '45-46, '46-47: Homecoming Queen, '46-47. IEANNE ROBERTS, Centerville: Home EC Club. SAWYER SHERROD SIMS, Panama City, Fla.: M Club, Secretary- Treasurer: Football Team, Center. V' IS l 'O' -...off .iff fi"- i . r I l t l t . ,gp-0' Second Row: HELEN SPARKS, Hillsboro: Wesley Foundation: International Re- lations Club: Christian Federation Cabinet: Chairman of Courtesy Committee of Christian Federation Cabinet, '44, '45, '46. EUNICE FAY STROTHER, Mississippi City: Mu Omega: Home Ec Club: Canterbury Club, Iunior Warden: F.T.A.: Women's Student Government, Vice-President: Who's Who Among Students. CELESTIAN IOSEPH TAYLOR, New Orleans: M Club: Newman Club:- Football Team, Right End: Basketball. BOBBIE LOUISE THOMPSON, D'Lo: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Home Ec Club, Secretary: Maid in Court of Homecoming Queen: Y.W.A., Treasurer. DEE ELIZABETH THORTON, Hattiesburg: Veteran's Club. VERA EUGENIA TOWNSEND, Lena: Delta Sigma: Home Ec Club: Wesley Foundation. Q-wvwvvk'-we-. as 'Y Third Row: NELDA MARIE TRIGG, Clara: Delta Sigma Epsilon, Eisfci Vesper Choir: Commerce Club, Executive Committee- YES. Vice-President: B.S.U. Council: F.T.A., Secretary. "ION" M. TURNER, Philadelphia: V.E.'W.: Piano in Orches. Commerce Club. MYRTIS ALENE VALENTINE, Laurel: Y.Vv'.A.: Christian Federation- P.T.A. IIMMIE NELL WALKER, Hattiesburg: Delta Sigma Epsilon, Record- ing Secretary: Vesper Choir, Secretary-Treasurer: Alpha Mu Chi Secretary-Treasurer: Annual Staff, Assistant Editor: Southern Singers. CAROLINE ASHFORD WILSON, Iackson: Home Es Club. MARY EVELYN WILTSHIRE, Magnolia: Alpha Sigma Alpha' Editor Student Printz, '45-46: Annual Staff: Student Council- 'TF' , ... 1 - . a N, ',-T 1' " : A L J 1 ,W ""'ii'f' ' . 'Kff'i"v ' ' i . M , 1 K -'YQ 'Q Q ' .af f 5.,,g1,j -2-- xg, jf- -.5 , . Pg' - 'S . mx' J L 'YL rf 1 1 Q v A ui, fi 5, :wiv s Q. 5, '.. k ' l arid 1 . W? 1 ff' if 'fi i Q53 4 'PEL , X A Q ws TAKE OUR TROUBLES TO HIM qi 4' ',A'- " .V t ,N xg 1: 355, 1 -N A I , ' ' X Q, Q A 'IX i"'ffX"-N S 2 un k X W3 wk A Q N ik Q fx .mfg . , A 'Q ' Xa x ' xv-Q,,, fy 'Sr 5+ . 4, -. Q ms. A .f ,,,N,.,-gm M N' w K X WTI fl K n ll ,nm Aug 1 rt-N ' - , WL ,iz ' .-. a . A , It 4 l ' . ah 44- " , . fphg. ""' ,L H' ' M, lv . f iw-'lf' g. Ju ' -.:..h , Ha, -.v it U lit-E-T, 4 I IF THE BOOK IS THERE 1 PRE WEEK TRANSACTIONS 'JJ-ee. OFFICERS BOB MCCARTHY .... . . . President MARGARET PITTMAN . ..... N . . , Reporter DELMAS KSQUAREJ LADNER ..,.... Vice-President BILL KATRICIAN ..,.. Student Council Representative MARTHA POLK A... ......, S ecretary 54 V l ,. - .3 X 1,3 Off? ll A Al l I Km L l 7 f m ,.1 ,mn 1 2 35: X2 1 ,X First Row: ,X lj,,, - 0 PRX! 5 MADGE ALLRED, Collins: Sigma Theta Kappa: Home El E X K, 71 Ec Club. f :gf CQ ary' xixx Ns DOROTHY BOND. Jackson, Delta sigma Epsilon: Home if fl? FQ Fla ft S X "fx i LZ' EC Club: RTA., B.s.U. dv Q S ff J - REBECCA BOYD, Laurel: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Language Club: Choral Union. Second Row: MRS. RUTH BRIGGS, DeKalb: Commerce Club: B.T.U. EMILY IRAN BRYANT, Terry: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Home EC Club. IUNE CARLEY, Richton: Mu Omega. Third Row: VIVIAN CARTER. Hattiesburg. MRS. MILDRED SLAY CLARK, Stonewall. MRS. MARY CORSON, Laurel: Veteran's Club. Fourth Row: IEAN MARIE CURRY, Hattiesburg: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Vesper Choir. EDWARD BERNARD DEVER, Hattiesburg: Commerce Club: Dramatic Club: Veteran's Club. MILDRED RUTH DUNCAN, Newton: Westminister Fel- ' lowship Representative to Student Council. Q Frith ROW EDDIE LA VERNE ERVIN, Hattiesburg: Delta Sigma Epsilon Treasurer. OVIDA SUE FLYNT, Mt. Olive: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Commerce Club. MARY FRANCES FORD, Meridian: F.T.A. Y.W.A.: BSU Council Q5 V l ' r V 3 - , l it l l ag t . if -i-wp XA Yi ' -3 'll Y UB? gift?" WL 'U' its Q1 QP 'bl . '-H511 4 NU!" KWH 51" .arr- First Row: PATRICIA IPATSYI GRAHAM, Collins: Vesper Choir: Choral Union: Sigma Theta Kappa. MARY DEANE GRANBERRY, Richton: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Alpha Mu Chi: Vesper Choir: Choral Union: Accompanist, Southern Singers, '45-46, '46-47: Vice- CLI-ca. President Sophomore Class, '45-46: Vice-President Vesper Choir, '45-46. PHILLIP GRICE. Crystal Springs. Second Row: GEORGIA NELLE HALE, Hattiesburg. MYLLICENT ELAINE HALVORSEN, Leakesville: Band: Delta Sigma. DORIS HATTEN, Wiggins: Delta Sigma Epsilon: Home Ec Club. Third Row: LOUISE HILL. Macon: Sigma Theta Kappa: Pan-Hellenic Council, Treasurer: B.S.U. Council, '45'46. HARRELL EDWIN HOLLOWAY. Carson. NANCY HORTON, New Orleans: Home EC Club: Annual Staff. Fourth Row: HERSHEL ANDREW HOWELL, Hattiesburg: Zeta Sigma Fraternity. BETTIE VIRGINIA IONES. Brandon. IOHN PAT IONES. Hattiesburg. Fifth Row: PAUL W. IONES, Scottsboro, Ala. ELIZABETH IORDON, Hattiesburg. WILLIAM KATRISHEN, Hagleton, Pa.: M Club: Student Council: Newman Club: Veteran's Club: Football Letter- man, 2 years. First Row: GLADYS EUGENIA KIZER. New Site: Elementary Coun- cil: Y.W.A.: Mu Omega, Secretary-Treasurer: Student Council. BRIGHAM CECIL KNIGHT, Hattiesburg: Ministerial Club: Dramatics Club. -J .. DELMAS "SQUARE" LADNER. Hattiesburg: Vice-Presii dent Iunior Class, Second Row: HENRY MARION LAIRD, Carson, Miss. ROBERT MCCARTHY, Hattiesburg: President lunioi Class: President Ole Southern Club: Associate Editor Annual: Newman Club. HELEN LOUISE MCCORMICK, Foxworth: Newman Club: Delta Sigma Epsilon: Language Club. Third Row: MARY ANN QBROWNJ MCCORMACK, Pachuta: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Home Ec Club: Dramatics Club: Play, "Kiss and Tell," 1945-46. ZEDDIE CAROLYN MCGEE, Biloxi: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Commerce Club. CLARA SUE MCVAY, Hattiesburg: Choral Union: Vesper Choir: Alpha Mu Chi: F.T.A. Fourth Row: ALBERT LOUIS MANGIN, IR.. Biloxi. HELEN ELIZABETH MARTIN. Wiggins: Mu Omega, Secretary-Treasurer of Pledges: Annual Staff: Home Ec Club. CORA MATHENY, Waynesboro: Vesper Choir: Choral Union. Fifth Row: ARLEANE MAYFIELD. Laurel: Sigma Theta Kappa: Majorette in Band. MARY CECILE MAYFIELD, Hattiesburg: Sigma Theta Kappa, Secretary: Reporter, Sophomore Class. HENRI MAYTON. Fulton, Ala.: Band: Choir. il M' ll- " l , ix lg KAN I my X in rf!!! X Ut AC txt L fr' I I f X 'K Nl f,.t wul "H L17 A 4: .ml IDN Uli'ZfQ? ""Y7- 7"s.Q'f N . QJ gb' til f-" t " 'Y fr ie! ' ,. -..-: 1 if ff f V! 2- - f ,, E 5 l s i I r 6' iff, 41 if -H 5 , L N. J N, 7' ' L L 1... MM. . , 4 , . , i Q PW , 450 ,L 4nof"" 5-'O' wnnopdf' 4""" WW MN . 1 -Q X, ' 'sa ai "' '-aw xl '-2 First Row: WANDA LOUISE MITCHELL, Canton: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Home Ec Club. MARION MARIE MOONEY. Seminary: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Corresponding Secretary: Home Ec Club, Secre- tary. Cline. LORENE FRANCES MOORE. Smithville: Mu Omega. Second Row: SARA ELIZABETH MOORE. McComb: Student Council: Dramatics Club: Wesley Foundation: Annual Staff: F.T.A.: Intramural Basketball. BILLIE IEAN MYERS. Hattiesburg: Alpha Sigma Alpha, President: Vice-President Pan-Hellenic. MAXINE ELIZABETH NEAL, Darlove: Y.W.A.: l.R.C. Third Row: HELEN ELIZABETH NELSON. Hattiesburg: Alpha Sigma Alpha. LURLINE IVY NORRIS, Taylorsville: Elementary Council, Reporter: F.'l'.A.: Y.W.A. MARGARET PITTMAN, Columbia: Sigma Theta Kappa, Pledge Captain: Reporter, lunior Class. Fourth Row: MARTHA IANE POLK, Columbia: Mu Omega: F.T.A.: Secretary-Treasurer Iunior Class. LYNDEA ARETIA "RlTA" FOLK. Lumberton: Mu Omega: Elementary Council. MARTHA NELL PURVIS. Columbia: Sigma Theta Kappa. Fifth Row: R. I. PURVIS. Star: I.R.C.: Wesley Foundation. HILDA PEARL RAYBURN, Wiggins: Student Council: Commerce Club: Y.W.A. GEORGIA MARIE RHODES. Collinsville: Home EC Club: F.T.A. Club: Secretary Womens Student Government Associa- : .af I , ii X Eze? X 'N f ' 3 f l 23 X i li l 1 if ' First Row: ,N I ' -H Z5 glqvixi' Vxiir, 'Ne ! MZ' PATRICIA NEAL nonm, Bay si. Louis. JN .1 A 7 2 X ' ,53ffC7'Itf3i 1 .A,AA Nm. sAr.r1-za, Philadelphia: mc., F.T.A.: Home EC 5 imk :gw -at , gx ' g,-yffif, - P 4 l I i 1 i . f fi ' tion. A ,f 5 l 1 f I ' ' Ig. .J 'A MARIE ELIZABETH SCANLAN. Hattiesburg: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Vice-President: Student Council: Business Manager Annual: Vice-President Vesper Choir. Second Row: MARY LOUISE SITTS. Hazlehurst: Y.W.A., Treasurer: B.S.U., Reporter: Band: F.T.A. ALTHEA Z. STONE, Purvis: Alpha Sigma Alpha: l.R.C.: F.T.A. H. G. TALBERT. Hattiesburg. BERDELLE TAYLOR. Laurel: F.T.A.: Home Ec Club: Choral Union. Third Row: MARINEE THOMAS, Stover: Dramatics Club, Reporter: Home Ec Club: Basketball Manager. LUCILLE THORN. Terry: Y.W.A.: B.S.U.: F,T.A. WILLIAM FRED TILGHMAN. Hattiesburg: Zeta Sigma. WILLIAM FOSTER TISDALE: Hattiesburg. Fourth Row: BILL TOLBERT. Biloxi: President Zeta Sigma: Football Manager. IOE TURNER. IR., Columbia. ROGER W. WALLACE, Carthage: V.F.W.: American Legion. BERTHA LEE WALLEY. Taylorsville: Y.W.A.: F.T.A.: Elementary Council. Fifth Row: MAURICE WALLEY. Richton. IASPER NEWTON WARREN, D'Lo. BETTY IEAN WATTS, Canton: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Treasurer: President Home Ec Club. MARY IUANITA WILLIAMS. Petal: Sigma Theta Kappa, Historian: Alpha Mu Chi: Vesper Choir. -4 X.. "2',"" .T ,v I' 5, MK I un, pu- ' 'L-L. K ' M, l . N E , . to .4 I 'Y T' . A--, 5 A M 1 .F Hg , fi 'Sf 5.4- .' ' 'yen' f . ,. ,, :.:5:." " V, Wa. ,g-v,s'?'llNM - ff, fix. ie, f My f 3522711 JW' 1 eff,,,,-wg 1 1 X 1 V". H f ' wif i? .. fi 19", 9 X I ff 1 I I W J,-f MH. SMALLING 0 -N4-ma 7 " ,,f2fl?f gift x WA 'F DEANS PLAY 'roo K 3 I qv 1 3 3 5 A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL ', 9? .-. 1' ,J , mi , J -+ :L X V -, ,, L ,, 7 'ev JW5 Nw 9 v, S -Q-. ..,, TIRED BUT HAPPY a Lwfvgi if ' w Q yy, , f. """?hw., IN ACTION! 'J S OFFICERS HAROLD SPENCE . . President BOB PERRY ...,., Representative to Student Council BETSEY PRESCOTT . .....,. Reporter CAROLYN BEVERLY .,.... Secretary and Treasurer IIMMY ANDERSON . . . ..... Vice-President 62 First Row: 'Z Q ...N-.1 f' - IEAN AINSWORTH, Taylorsville. 4' IAMES ANDERSON, Hattiesburg: Old Southern Club Student Council own. lmnsnson, Hattiesburg: Delta sigma f 5 ' Epsilon: Student Council. X I 6 max BALL, Leakesvllie. i' Second Row: IOHNNIE HELEN BARKSDALE. Hattiesburg: Mu Omega. NORMA CAROLYN BEVERLY, Laurel: Vesper Choir. CHARLOTTE LOU BIVIN. Bucatunna: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Home Economics Club. BEAUCHAMP OSCAR BLACK, IR., Purvis. Third Row: ELLOYISE BOOK, Hazlehurst: Y.W.A. ALLEGRA BOTT, Petal: Student Printz Staff: Sigma Sigma Sigma. MARY ELIZABETH BOYD, Raleigh: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Home Economics Club: Intra- mural Basketball. IEANE BRENKE. Hattiesburg: President, Mu Omega: President, Pan-Hellenic Council: New- man Club. Fourth Row: HORACE THEO BRELAND, McDonald: Trea- surer, B.S.U.: Secretary-Treasurer, Commerce Club: F.T.A.: Dramatics Club. HELEN BROCK, Hattiesburg: Foreign Language Club: Commerce Club. RUBY IUNE BROOME, Hattiesburg: Dramatics Club: Debate Squad: Student Council: Secre- tary-Treasurer, Foreign Language Club. DAVID BROWN, Hattiesburg: President, New- man Club: Alpha Mu Chi: Vesper Choir: Madrigalians. Filth Row ROBERT ERIC BRYAN, Luce-dale: vice-presi- dent, Dramatics Club: Treasurer, F.T.A. DALE BUTLER, Hattiesburg: Dramatics Club: Commerce Club: Staff Typist, Student Printz. BOBBY CAMPBELL, Forest Hill, Tenn.: Football. SAVELLA CLARK, Macon: Dramatics Club: Home Economics Club. Sixth Row: IOHN CLAY, Pontotoc. STELLA T. CLAY, Bude: Alpha Sigma Alpha. BONNIE IEAN CLEVELAND, Prentlss. DWAIN COTTON, Vicksburg. First Row: GAYLE B. COX, Perkinston: Veterans' Club: Intramural Basketball. CAROLYN SARA CURRIE, Hattiesburg: Sigma Theta Kappa. RITA CLAIRE DABBS, Quitman: Second Vice- President, Women's Student Government: B.S.U. Council: Chaplain, Delta Sigma Epsilon: Y.W.A.: Christian Federation. Sac, WILLIAM FREDERICK DAVIDGE, Hattiesburg: Debate Club. Second Row: DOROTHY IEAN DENNIS, New Augusta: Com- merce Club. AMARYLLIS DOBY, Picayune: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Canterbury Club. RENNE DOMERGUE, Hattiesburg. MRS. TOM DONOVAN, Hattiesburg. Third Row: KATI-IRYN DUNN, Hattiesburg: Home Eco- nomics Club. FRANK ELLZEY, Kokomo. ANNIE RUTH ERVIN, Hattiesburg: Delta Sigma Epsilon. SPURGEON EURE, Hattiesburg. Fourth Row: MARY ALICE FANCHER. Coiteeville: President, B.S.U.: Y.W.A.: Commerce Club: Christian Federation. W. C. "BILL" FERGUSON, Tupelo. FRANCES FERTITTA. Hattiesburg: Sigma Theta Kappa. MARY KATHERINE FERTITTA, Hattiesburg: Sigma Theta Kappa: Captain, Majorette. Fifth Row: IIMMY FORD, Laurel: Secretary-Treasurer, Zeta Sigma: Student Council. GEORGE MARSHALL FRIER, IR.. Purvis. CAROLYN ELIZABETH GANDY. Hattiesburg. IIMMIE DAVID GIBSON, Mize: Vesper Choir. Sixth Row: OLIVE RAE GIBSON, Collins: Sigma Theta Kappa. PEGGY GOREE, Quitman: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Wesley Foundation: Foreign Language Club. DANIEL HARRISON GRANTHAM, Sumrall. CARRIE IEAN GRAY, Waynesboro: Wesley Foundation. First Row: MARY BENTON GRAY, Waynesboro: Secre- tary-Treasurer, Wesley Foundation. IOSEPI-I EARL GREENWOOD, Pascagoula. ELIZABETH HADSKEY, Roxie: Home Economics Club: Westminister Fellowship. B BBYE R HARDIN Ta lorsville Sigma Theta 0 v 1 Y F Kappa: Alpha Mu Chi: Vesper Choir: Choral Union. Second Row: WILLIE GRACE HORN, Magee: Sigma Theta Kappa. FREDNA HUFF, Raleigh. BETTY KEEL, De Lisle: Alpha Mu Chi: Vesper Choir: Southern Singers: Tennis Team: New- man Club. KATHERINE IOAN KENNEDY, Hattiesburg: Delta Sigma Epsilon: Recording Secretary, Newman Club: Commerce Club. Third Row: ALMA LOUISE KENNEDY, Magee. SARAH DRAUGHN KEYS, Hattiesburg: Alpha Sigma Alpha. ETTA MAE KLEIN, Long Beach: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Vesper Choir: Choral Union: Madrie galians. BETTY ANNE LADNER, Hattiesburg: Sigma Sigma Sigma. Fourth Row: ROBERT WILKINS LAMBUTH, IR., Meadville: Old Southern Club. KAROLYN IOAN LATIMER, Hattiesburg: Sigma Sigma Sigma. LEVERN LEWIS, Laurel. IANELL LOTT, Seminary: Sigma Theta Kappa. Fifth Row: DORIS MCCASKEY, Bucatunna: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Commerce Club: Y.W.A. EMMA CATHERINE MCGOWAN, Camden: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Newman Club. C. L. MCLARTY, Oxford. HAMONA M. MCLEMORE, Hattiesburg: State Reporter, B.S.U.: Social Chairman, Christian Federation: Foreign Language Club: Debate Club. Sixth Row: SARAH MACHEN, Alexander City, Ala.: Presi- dent, Wesley Foundation: Student Council: Christian Federation. JACK B. MADISON. Biloxi. MAXINE MAY, Union: Wesley Foundation: Foreign Language Club: Alpha Sigma Alpha. MARION MARTIN, Raleigh. Q X fix' 5 . I N. y g ' ., If , V f - 'V ,eff W , X ff L . , ox I 3 X t 4: ff ' -. X , H 7 1. 1 f Q, 1 W I f' Q X - .' x , 1 ,j 'I x - It f Q f fa Z fri, ,QT ,V Q .E ' - Q' Q vt' 1 f X , l Vyi 3 g ,tl Ixbx, at , fx R T S MV ' X l' , vw f X fi-.. f Q .fn 'V X90 Wl'?""7"' w-Kei 'J 44" ,p-'A Q' Alb KP?- R is 4 K3 ' -3' If I T? 1 ,,A. f , - 3 X v- l.If7x 'A fi' .WN Y 2 an-4' LA N ,Y A 'ez jj ,Wi PY' 'Chnl 6 , if lx l l 12 Girly' vs-f X s: .Q .X 45' up-n-""" .1 5' -fc X ian 5 a .4 ez: ,, elf f.. at rf- er '-33T'ff5' .feat !' ir ,Q .Al why: vnu..-., 'Nw 1 First Row: WILLA DEAN SHOWS, Hattiesburg. MARY IO SINGLEY, Hattiesburg: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Home Economics Club. MARY IEANNE SLATON, Hattiesburg: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Vesper Choir: Choral Union. LOIS CECILE SMITH, Leakesville: Home Eco- nomics Club. WILLIAM IEFFERSON SMITH, Brookhaven. Second Row: HAROLD WATSON SPENCE, Tylertown: Presi- dent, Sophomore Class: Veterans' Club. RICHARD GILBERT STEVENS, Hattiesburg. HELEN STEVENS, Magee. VERNA IDELLE STEWART, Hattiesburg: For- eign Language Club: Alpha Sigma Alpha. IANE MARGARET STRINGER, Summerland, Sigma Theta Kappa: Home Economics Club. Third Row: KATHRYN LOIS STRINGER, Meridian: Sigma Sigma Sigma. LEO TOMLIN, Union. MYRA IEAN TOWNSEND, Lena. THOMAS K. TRIGG, Hattiesburg. DOROTHY ELLEN TURNER, Hattiesburg: Delta Sigma Epsilon Fourth Row: HARRY L. TURNER, Hattiesburg. MARTHA VIRGINIA TURNER, Hattiesburg. WALLACE WAYNE TURNER, Leakesville: Drae matic Club: B.S.U. SANDERS BERT VANCE, IR., Hattiesburg: Band: Alpha Mu Chi: Dramatic Club. GEORGE SAMUEL WALKER, Meridian. Fifth Row: ELIZABETH MANETTE WALKER, Drew: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Alpha Mu Chi: Vesper Choir: Southern Singers. MCINNIS LEWIS WARD, Hattiesburg: Veterans' Club: Foreign Language Club: Pre-Legal Forum: Kappa Alpha. IACK WATERS, Benton. L. P. WEAVER, Atmore, Ala. BETSY WELLS, Coldwater. Sixth Row: OLLIE PATTERSON WILLIAMS, IR., Newton: Band: Vesper Choir: Student Council. LUCY MARIE WOOD, Hattiesburg. DOLLYE MAE WRIGHT, Centreville: Foreign Language Club. MARY BELLE WRIGHT, Centreville: Wesley Foundation: Commerce Club. GLENN G. YOUNG, Hattiesburg: Pre-Legal Forum: Veterans' Club. First Row: ARTHUR IAMES MANGUM, IR., Mendenhall, M Club. SHIRLEY IEAN MONTGOMERY. Hattiesburg, Sigma Theta Kappa, Westminster Fellowship. IACK MUNN, Sumrall. CHARLES EDWIN MURRAY, Gulfport. Second Row: ERNEST LEWIS NORSWORTHY, Hattiesburg, Choral Union. KATHERINE ODOM, Sanatorium, Home Eco nomics Club. POWELL G. OGLETREE, McDonald, Dramatics Club, Vesper Choir, B.S.U. Council, Student Council, l.R.C., Intramural Basketball. ROBERT PERRY, State Line, Student Council. Third Row: CARROLL PHILLIPS, Petal, Zeta Sigma. MARGARET ELIZABETH PITTMAN, Collins: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Student Council. OMAR HALLEY PITTMAN, Walthall. MRS. VERDA PITTMAN, Bucatunna, Home Economics Club, F.T.A., 'Y.'VV'.A. Fourth Row: BILLIE SUE PORTER, Moselle. MRS. MELISSA POTTER, Hattiesburg, Vesper Choir, Choral Union, Sigma Sigma Sigma. BETSY PRESCOTT, Hattiesburg, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Reporter. MONITA PRINE, Petal, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Mu Chi, Madrigalians, Vesper Choir, Choral Union, Dramatics Club. MELVILLE INEZ RANKIN, Dorsey, Home Eco- nomics Club, I.R.C. Fifth Row: CURTIS L. RHYNE, Prichard, Ala. WILLARD C. RICE, Creole, Ministerial Asso- ciation, Intramural Basketball. LEWIS RILEY, IR., Hattiesburg. WALTER E. RILEY, Hattiesburg, Debate Club, Pre-Legal Organization. MAURENE ROBERTSON, Liberty. Sixth Row: MARTHA SAUCIER, Sumrall. MARY IOYCE SAXON, Prichard, Ala., Sigma Theta Kappa, Secretary-Treasurer, Christian Federation, B.S.U., Y.W.A. CATHERINE IOYCE SWAN, Laurel. ELOM THOMAS SHATTLES, Brooklyn. THOMAS MIXON SHIELDS, Hattiesburg, Com- merce Club, Veterans' Club. -Q I Q' IT ix '56, f- . fv t x Qs RL 1 fbi , lfqr I xl N! N fy 1 W I ,tw ,fit I I til' it X 'E ' . , XV I 3255 71 D ' Q X L 1 fx sz, -."fA vi' x ya f if L' It if m S X Xt . . V 4 f - 5 X - ff 5 f .QQ g t 'vt H la,-wx . ,. Ji... R- ' 4' I-"xi sau 'nut S". 0, .Jun Un Q- K - .- '.2.-'f....f.. - ' " -S fe X ,Ix--P "V" 'l , .nl - N jk A R rt v 13: f 4 N , -n 4 I' --. . ,J 44, i aff' A 1,- I P Q Q h , . D f Q,-3 -:N I i 7 f ""'f'S Il g wk- I 'L 'V A " ,. r 'N '-' 5' 'o ""'l ' t x l'n ' n ' 'Q u 0 f . mfs Aunnnnuy . 1 Y 4 I .lp ' Y' :fag UJUL OFFICERS IOE BREED , . Secretary and Treasurer BOBBY KINGSBERRY , . Vice-President ROBERT CLEVELAND , , . Reporter LESLIE SESSIONS . . . . President 70 First Row: 0 IOSEPH WALLACE AIKENS, Lucedale: Veterans' Club: Commerce Club. O ALTON T. ALDRIDGE, Hattiesburg. 0 IULIA ALICE ALD- RIDGE, Hattiesburg: F.T.A.: Physical Education Club. 0 PEGGY ALLBRITTON, Mt. Olive: Sigma Sigma Sigma. O BILLIE MARIE ALLRED, Collins: Sigma Theta Kappa: Home Economics Club. 0 DOVEANCE ANDERSON, Purvis. I LEO ARSEMENT, Port Arthur, Texas. 0 OTIS ATTEBERY, Mobile, Ala. A .41 Q fl I Sli X 'L w ' 1 I mils? c eg ,H l gk -14 E , Second Row: O MILDRED CORINNE AVERY, Purvis. O CHARLES JEROME BANKS. Mendenhall. 9 WILLIE LOU BARRON, Hattiesburg: Alpha Sigma Alpha. O FRANCES BASS, Seminary. 0 OMAR LEE BEARD, Co- lumbia: Dramatics Club. 0 WARREN PRESTON BEARD, State Line: Veterans' Club: I.R.C.: F.T.A. 0 I. C. BELL, Hattiesburg. O CLAUDE HERBERT BENNETT, Hattiesburg. Third Row: I MARY ELLEN BENNETT, Vicksburg. O ROBERT PURSER BENNETT, IR.. Hattiesburg. 0 DOROTHY BETHEA, Hattiesburg. O WILLIAM Lf if 76" 2'-3 a,,1:.N g, FS L. BINGHAM, Newton. 0 DAVID BLACK, Purvis. 0 GORDON CHARLES BLACK, Hattiesburg: Old South-Ein Club. O ELDEN RAY BLACKLIDGE. Gulfbort: Student Prints, O I. T. BLAIR, Qp:i':t::1:1. Fourth Row: O SALLY ELLEN BODMAN, Hattiesburg: Sigma Sigma Sigma' Y.".'.'.A.' Home Economics Club. O M. L. BOTT, IR., Petal. I C. P. BOUNDS, Bailey. 0 IOHN BOUNDS, Hattiesburg. O THOMAS EARL BOUNDS, Shubuta. 0 WILLIAM EDWIN BOUNDS, Shubuca. O MARY BRAD- LEY, Hattiesburg. 0 BETTY IEAN BRADSHAW, Tylertc '.'.' ri' H531-. Economics Club. 71 'S 7 'g, .. 1 I hi" .tl T ,I h 't w Q 1 5' -tt I " , -5- 5 - t 1 ' N . .. ' 'Q' . 'tin ii an 1 ..g2.5?. lttiiltlf' 1' if fl 5 I , ' .IQ , I , Q 4 Second Row: O FLOYD LOUISE BURNS, Burns: Wesley Foundation. O IACK CHARLIE BURT, Philadelphia. 0 DENNIS MITCHELL BUTLER, Mize. 0 RUTH A. BUTLER, Hattiesburg. O KATIE RUTH BYNUM, Laurel: Vice-President Commerce Club. O WILLIAM MARTIN CARMICI-IAEL, Meridian. O CECIL CARPENTER, Millry, Ala. O NELDA IUANITA CARPENTER, Hattiesburg, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Third Row: 0 GEORGE ELBERT CARR, Mt. Olive. O IEAN CARTER, Petal: Choral Union. O OTIS ALVIN CASON, Clewiston, Fla. O WILLIAM 72 First Row: 0 EMMA IEAN BRADSHAW, Liberty, Alpha Sigma Alpha. O IIMMIE BROGAN, Hattiesburg. 0 HILTON BROWN, Columbia. O IAMES OSWALD BUCHANAN, Lucedaleg Veterans' Club. O MARY FRANCES BUCKLEY, Enterprise: Delta Sigma Epsilon. O BOBBY BUFFINGTON, Magee. 0 DAVID GRAHAM BULLARD, Pascaqoula. O I. R. BUR- DETTE. Columbia. UJLL ,424 DAVID CHINN, Biloxi. 0 TITIA BETH CHISOLM, Meridian. O I. L. CLARK, Stonewall. O ROBERT HAYES CLEVELAND, Hattiesburg, Sports Editor, Student Printz and Annual. 0 IAMES R. COCHRAN, Iackson Fourth Row: O PATSY LEA CONERLY, Glosterp Home Economics Club, Sigma Theta Kappa. O CLYDE VICTOR COOLEY, Lucedaley Zeta Sigma. O HUBERT COWARD, Bay St. Louis. 0 GWENDOLYN COX, Bolton: Sigma Sigma Sigma. 0 MARVIN ALFRED CRIMM, Morton: Choral Union: Choirp Band. 0 EDWARD ALEXANDER CURRIE, IR., Hattiesburg. 0 DOROTHY CURRY, Hattiesburg. 0 CHARLES H. DALE, Lucedale. First Row: 0 IOHN L. DALE, Lucedaleg Commerce Clubg Dramatic Club, Bandy Orchestra. O BOBBYE DAUGHERTY, Hattiesburg: Sigma Theta Kappa. 0 LILLIE MARGARET DAVES, Hattiesburg. O BETTY IOE DAVIS, Enterprise: Delta Sigma Epsilony Bandy Home Economics Club, Y.W.A. 0 LULA B. DAVIS, Hattiesburg: B.S.U. Pianistg Acting Secretary of Y.W.A. O RUBY N. DAVIS, Holly Bluff. O SAMMIE DEAN, Hatties- burg. O DOROTHY DEAN DEARMAN, Hattiesburg. YY! f'. Kfn v.glJ1J', lr' Nlelrff' ,A ,Q 1 I-LQQAQ Jlifif f ws X' Q lil . A if nf if rt ft ff ay Bxi ki' 10 -Q. iv- i l 1 1 T ff ' 'El , ' A 4. . ,, .9 . . BR., D" V ,wi w... 5 4 5 gf..,,z It t .K s g l t u ,Ky Second Row: 0 IOE SHARP DICKSON, Mt. Clive: Commerce Clubg Zeta Sigma. O MARY RUTH DICKSON, Mt. Oliveg Sigma Sigma Sigma Pledge. O C. R. DOMERGUE, IR., Hattiesburg: Old Southern Club. O GLORIA JEAN DONOHOE, Hattiesburg: Newman Club. O MYRA DONALD, Hattiesburg: Foreign Language Club: Y.W.A. O WILBUR DORMAN, Union. I LEON DUKE, Long Beachy Veterans' Club. O WILLIAM DUKES. Hattiesburgg Pre-Legal Forum. Third Row: O BLANTON ELDRED DUNNAM, Avera: F.T.A. O MARY IRIS .Jw 1 fig . Yi 4 ,, I f f ' Q 3, . wg, X 4 AY! Q' M, V 5 Q l r QVN, , .. R wt ' 6 G. 4 , I EASTERLING, Richton. O I. R. EASTERLING, Magee, O GEORGE THOMAS EVERETT, Magee. O MILTON EVANS, Hatttesburgi Vef' erans' Club. 0 BETTY LOU EVANS, lacks-Jn: Glee Club O ERNEST IOHN EALGO, IR., Hattiesburgq Newman Club. O MARTHA ANNE FANCHER, Coffeevillef F.S.U. fmtncilg Y NN7.A ' l R li ' H-inte Fl' FNB' Fourth Row: O ELAM FAYARD, Saucier. 0 LIVINGSTON C. FORTNER, Gulfport O GERTRUDE IESSICA GIFFORD, Long Beach: Comnieitial Clgb O CHARLES DONALD GIVEN, Hattiesburg: Zeta Sigma, O PAUL D. GRADY, Hattiesburg. 0 BILLYE GREENWOOD, Carthage. O RALPH GRIFFIN, IR., Hattiesburg: Old Southern Club. t t .v L' Q ,K F2 "' Q' 5 ,J t Q Q n ix" "" P, O ' 2 'of if 1, t ' - aut ,' Ulf' f 's f At, 'TA Ct HV 'wiv ' A at 2 ,M g f al G: l I Qtr' fx QQ, xt , ' 40-"" ' 'T' f A t h Second Row: O DAVID HARRY HALLIWELL, IR., Petal. O ROBERT HANS- BOROUGH, Greenville. 0 DAULTON WARE HARDIN, Taylorsville. 0 L. B. HARDIN, Mize. 0 MARY FRANCES HARRINGTON. Hatties- burg, Sigma Sigma Sigma. 0 ROBERT EDWARD HARTFIELD, IR., Hattiesburg. 0 WYNDAL HATHORN, Carson: Commerce Clubp Alpha Sigma Alpha. 0 CLAUDE HATHORNE, Hattiesburg. Third Row: O OBIE EARL HAWLEY, Moss Point. 0 BLANCHE MELBA HEMBA, Lumberton. 0 HOLLIS HENRY, Saucier. O I. W. HERRINGTON, 74 First Row: O THOMAS W. GRIFFIN, Hattiesburg: Old Southern Club. 0 WIL- LIAM KENNEDY GRIFFIN, IR., Magnolia: Old Southern Club. O FRANCES GRIFFITH, Prentissp Home EC Club: Y.W.A.7 Future Teachers of America: B.S.U. O IAMES MORGAN GUESS, Hattiesburg. O D. L. GUY, Hattiesburg. 0 JAMES R. HAGAN, DeKalb. O HENRY GRIFFIN I-IAILES. Shubuta. 0 SYLVIA HAILES, Hattiesburg. 'lima q,...-ff "W, fir 'ir I . il. ' , in 5 'CI' 4 if Collins. 0 ROBERT WILTON HESSON, Hattiesburg. O LORITA RUTH HEWES, Hattiesburg: Delta Sigma Epsilon. O HARRY VANCE HICKMAN, IR., Hattiesburgg Old Southern Club. O DORIS HIGGASON, Meridian. Fourth Row: O DALTON D. HILL, D'Lo. 0 JOSEPH BRITNELL HILL, Boonesvillei F.T.A. 0 DAN GORE HITT, Slate Spring. O NORMA HOADLEY, Columbus. O TROY HOCUTT, Hattiesburg. O MINNIE D. HOL- COMB, Hattiesburg. O IULIA MAE HOLDERMAN, Gulfport. O HER- BERT W. HOLDER, McLaurin. 5 Q . , , First Row: I DAVID W. HOLMES, IR., Hattiesburg. O ANN E. HORN, Columbia: Delta Sigma Epsilon. 0 RICHARD BEN HOSEY, Hattiesburg: Zeta Sigma, Veterans' Club. 0 MARY EDWINA HOWARD, Pascagoulag F.T.A. I SABEL HOWARD, Bessemer, Ala. O ICE HURLBUT, Hattiesburg. O IOHNNIE LOU HURST, Biloxi, O IACK IARRELL, McLain. il? BN .. N X Fart' rf I I t.r lf? H l Second Row: O LESLIE IENNINGS, Richton. I ROBERT IERNEGAN, Hattiesburg. O ALBERT SIDNEY IOHNSON, Hattiesburg. O ANNIE IUNE IOHN- SON, Hattiesburg. 0 MARTHA L. IONES, Collins. O ROY EDWIN IONES, Hattiesburg. 0 W. HASSELL IONES, Hattiesburg. O HELEN GRACE IORDAN, Sanford. Third Row: 0 I. M. IORDAN, State Line. O ERNEST M. KELLY, Seminary. O I. ELLIS KELLY, Seminary. O G. W. KENNEDY, Mendenhall. ASBQRV Pa txt ff Z A ii ii Wk!!-NG x , gig s- Xxx XL' :fx ms ,J LM? I fi, -if-'Jfax " 'S' .L f f 6.f'f1fZ'M"5 f w ,A I 113 ,-i-'heat 'er Q 95 -5 Q-"' 'Vw-. Ag -5,9 O IERELYN ROSAMOND KENNEDY, Hattiesburg: Newman Clan. O DOROTHY D. KESSLER, Hattiesburg: Student Printzg l.R.C. 0 WIL- LIAM R. KETLER, IR., Hattiesburg. O DONALD R. KEY, Mcrtcn' Bandg Vesper Choir. Fourth Row: 0 MARY KING, Petal. O ROBERT KING, Hattiesburg. O ROBERT W. KINGSBERY, Hattiesburg: Zeta Sigmap Band, Drum Maycrg Vice- President Freshman Class. O EILEEN KOONCE,Hattiesbu1g, O BETTY SUE LANGDON, Magnolia: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Home E: Club. O NAN LEE, Hattiesburg. O THOMAS GENE LEE, Slmivers. C MARGARET L. LEGG, Petal. .1 Y Q, . ,I 3?-ga - V " , :sf K 'uec"" . . . gf! QM .. s X 4' I 4 f 'ww , Q I ,,,, :gp Asm..iQ9 ' , I I vw 1 F, V ..,,... 4' aw fy ., .1 - , v ' I ., ' - A Ig. l t .- f 1, 4, - 4. .4 1 I . Second Row: I THOMAS I. LUNDY, IR., Greenville: Canterbury Club: Veterans' Club: F.T.A. O GEORGE MCCARTHY, Hattiesburg: Secretary, Old Southern Club: Newman Club. O RICHARD F. MCCARTHY, Hatties- burg: Old Southern Club: Newman Club: Commerce Club. O DAVID I. MCCLAMROCK, Pascagoula: Veterans' Club. O WALDO C. Mc- CLOMROCH, Pascagoula: Dramatic Club. O BERNICE SUE MC- CLELLAN, Ouitman: Sigma Sigma Sigma: F.T.A.: Cheerleader. 0 CHARLES G. MCCLELLAND, Hattiesburg. Third Row: I VERA ELLA MCDANIEL, Hattiesburg: Foreign Language Club: Home Ec Club. 0 EDITH MCDONALD, Hattiesburg. O IOSEPH 76 First Row: O A L. LEWIS, Robertsclale, Ala. 0 BETTY SUE LEWIS, Sanatorium. O BARNEY LIGHTSEY, Bay Springs. O IOHN F. LIPSEY, McComb. 0 CARL L. LITTLE, Carriere: l.R.C., F.T.A.: Veterans' Club. O ALVIN LOGAN, Meridian. O DENSON LOTT, Collins. O WIL- LIAM HAROLD LUCAS. Laurel: Zeta Sigma. U-.,h.e MCKENZEE, Hattiesburg. O PATRICIA ANN MCLAIN, Richton: Home Ec Club. 0 KENNETH MCLEIVIORE. Roxie. 0 HUGH C. MCLEOD. IR., Hattiesburg: Ole Southern Club. O IOHN A. MCLEOD, Hatties- burg: Ole Southern Club. O HILDA MCNAIR, Mt. Olive: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Fourth Row: 0 VERNELLE MCQUEEN, Collins: Commerce Club. O SHIRLEY G, McRANEY, Hattiesburg: Sigma Theta Kappa. 0 ROBERT McRANEY, Collins. 0 IOHN EVERETT MCREE, Jackson: Art Editor, Student Printz, 1945-46. 0 HARLAN McSWAIN, Hattiesburg. 0 JACK LAMAR Mc- SWAIN, Hattiesburg: Zeta Sigma: Language Club: Pre-Legal Forum: Band. O BETTY MCSWAIN, Columbia: Language Club. O BARBARA KENT MADDOX, Magee: Alpha Sigma Alpha. First Row: O E. R. MAGEE. Mt. Olive. O EDWARD A. MARSHALL, Gulfport: Veterans' Club. O MARION F. MARSHALL, Natchez: Veterans' Club. O LOUIS E. MARTELLO, I-Iattiesburgg Newman Club. O CHARLES E. MARTIN, Hattiesburg. O GERALD L. MARTIN, Hattiesburg. O IKIE BELLE MARTIN, Shubuta. O DOROTHY E. MASSENGALE. Collins: Sigma Sigma Sigma. 'CF , 'I v""l ' it gm' fi A X 'Q K fail? P Second Row: O ROBERT N. MASSEY, Hattiesburg: B.S.U.g Ministerial Club. 0 JAMES B. MAWK, Slate Spring. O ASA JEFFERSON MAYO, Ouitman. O CHARLES L. MELTON, Pachuta. O DONALD CLIFFORD MESSER, Sumrall. O JULIA MAE MIDDLETON, Roxief Y.W.A. 0 MARVIN K. MILLER, JR., Mt. Oliveg Band: Choir. O JAMES D. MITCHELL, Hattiesburg. Third Row: O RICHARD A. MONTAGUE, Hattiesburgg Ole Southern Club. O JOHN MARTIN MOONEY, Seminary, Ole Southern Club. O WIL- 77 l , it ,... t as- i """' t rf 1 1? tfiva 4 ,fl tg . It Q, - A in J f X fx V rl N' J 1 If Cl t M Xt? ff it 5 C I ' 4 f X " Ill ftt- 'mv' 'I' L!7 il """'L fra' ' .X . f q1H H!mf'?l1f'?xFL 1 I ,rf fo .0 At L 'X ""' 7- 3 i X432 -.-- 1 ilu? J A ff if? 'if I . Q-I 3,-I ' W 5' , H ir: 'C3' M" 3, 8 ' f-', 1 i 9 45" tail , Q , f L V ., ,X Pi .P L, , i i N 1 , LIAM MOORE, Laurel. O JOAN JOY MORAN, Pisayune. O HILTON E. MORGAN, Baton Rouge, I.R.C. O HOWARD E. MORRIS, Sumral.. O L. A. MORRIS, Columbia. O HERSCHAL NAPIER, Seminary Commerce Club, Future Teachers of America. Fourth Row: O JAMES A. NAPIER, Seminaryg Pre-Legal Forum. O CHARLES S. NEWMAN, Laurel, Band. O PATRICIA ANN NEWMAN, Laurel- Sigma Sigma Sigma. O JACK F. NICOLA, Vicksburg: Zeta Sigma O HORACE D. NOBLITT: Veterans' Club. O EDDIE MAE NORS- WORTHY, Hattiesburg: Alpha Sigma Alpha. O HILTON JAMES NUNNERY, Liberty: Pre-Legal Forum. O JEANETTE O'NEAL, Perkins' tony Alpha Sigma Alpha: Home Ec Clubp Y.W.A. I l tt P 1 I .4 A 1 I inf? .,,,,. First Row: 0 IAMES OWEN, Nowata, Okla. O A. C. OWENS, Mize. 0 MARGIE E. PACE, Hattiesburg. I HOWARD PARKER, Moselle: Cheerleader. I GLORIA IEANNE PATCH, Lumberton: Alpha Sigma Alpha. 0 LEWIS W. PATTERSON, Sumrall. O THEDA EUBA PEARCE, Brooklyn. 0 ORELL BENIAMIN PENDERGRASS, Magee 'J.h.e L. -I " ICJ, In 6 . ,. .YH -sa.. ,WM Q .. ,A 4, . ,. . . , .... .,,, . . 3 . A 'V -aa A fe? .e,. 1 -.-. . ,..,,, '9 3 wg , . I- f. -5 Q 49' CT'- if: .tg-as. 0- . I . 3 .. X- ,Q ll . , . V , , '- . A . 2 '- ,af 5 kv? I " t' .itil 1 Yr EXE! " . X 15 -:Q H .3 .Exim sf 2 we .za sis Q I. 3514. nw f' . AA ' W. -- QW 5 3 , , , Q rf ll s It ff7?J . if 4, -.. A Second Row: 0 MARY ELLEN PETTIS, Ouitman. O ROBERT PHILLIPS, Hatties- burg. 0 BILLYE PAYE PIERCE, Collins: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Home EC Club. 0 HANNIS EDWARD PLATT, State Line. O MRS. GWEN- DOLYN POWE, Waynesboro: Wesley Foundation. O WILLIAM C. POWELL, Hattiesburg: Ole Southern Club. O HELEN IRENE PRICE, Moss Point, 0 DORRIS ANN PRUITT, Weathersby: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Third Row: 0 ALLEN K. RANDLE, State Line: Commerce Club, President. 0 CARL RAWLS, Columbia. O DORIS I. REGISTER, Hattiesburg. in.. 0 IACK H. REID, Lucedale: Veterans' Club. O MYRNA V. REY- NOLDS, Purvis: F.T.A. O LLOYD RHIAM, Hattiesburg. 0 HESTER T. RHOADS, Holly Bluff. 0 ELVIN CLINTON RICHARDSON, Gholson. Fourth Row: O BETTY RILEY, Quitman. O IAMES C. ROBERTS, Hattiesburg: Ole Southern Club. 0 IOHN PATRICK ROBERTS, Hattiesburg: Ole South- ern Club. 0 HERMAN I. ROBINSON, Atmore, Ala. O WILLIAM E. ROCKWELL, Hattiesburg: Ole Southern Club: Cheerleader. 0 ROSE ANN ROSELEIN, Hattiesburg: Canterbury Club: Vesper Choir. O ALMA GERALDINE ROGERS, Hattiesburg: Canterbury Club: Modern Language: Annual Stat-i. O ROBERT M. ROUSE, Hattiesburg. .GV First Row: O MARIAN VIRGINIA ROWELL, Picayune: Alpha Sigma Alpha. I FRED ALLEN RUNNELS, Magee. 0 KATHERINE ANN RUNNELS, Magee: Sigma Theta Kappa: Commerce Club. O ANNA SALIBA, Hattiesburg. 0 BILLYE MERLE SANFORD, Collins: Sigma Sigma Sigma. I IOSEPH E. SARPHIE, III, Hattiesburg: Zeta Sigma: Band. 0 ELSIE SAULTERS, Prentiss: Wesley Foundation. I L. L. SCAR- BOROUGH, Bude: Ole Southern Club. , e-, VX f T3 'vit r 4 IMAX 7- x 4 N mnx 1 . N , ,a I -73 f 1. , - X-'lg"x.'x,f:1,.1 if 2 'l' 'Tj' U, ' H -X I l 5 : , l . 61 . 'Sa' -6 "3" L b I . B Y, . i D L Fi As. li ' 5' i I l LIL Second Row: 0 AUSTIN FRANCIS SCOTT, Kreole. O VERNON F. SCOTT, Louis- ville. 0 DOROTHY RUTH SCRUGGS, Hattiesburg: Delta Sigma Epsilon: Rand. 0 NORMA SEAL, Hattiesburg. I GEORGE A. SELLERS, Desoto. 0 LESLIE SESSIONS, Hattiesburg: Freshman Class President: Ole Southern Club. O RUSSELL SHIPP, Calhoun City. 0 GERRY SHOWS, Magee. Third Row: 0 BOBBIE ICE SIGREST, Enterprise. 0 MELVIN REGINALD SIMS, Houston: I.R.C.: Dramatic Club: Veterans' Club. O CALVIN F. SIN- 79 CLAIR, Braxton: F.'I'.A.: I.R.C.. O ANNIE RUTH SITTS, Hazlehurst. O BETTY NELL SMITH, Gloste-r. O EDNA E. SMITH, Leakesville O ELBA CATHERINE SMITH, Raleigh: Commerce Club- Sigma SW Sigma. 0 HOWARD SMITH, Philacielphia- Comniercc Club Fourth Row: O IDA KATE SMITH, Collins: Vtiestministler Fells'-'.'sl1i3" Home E: Club. 0 IOYCE IUNE SMITH, Pensacola, Fla.: Delta Sigma Epsilrzi' Home EC Club. 0 NANCY IVIAY SMITH, Collins' XN'es1n:inister FeQ1:'.-.'- ship? F.T.A. 0 RAYBURN E. SMITH, Lucedale. O ROBERT N. SMITH, Agricola. 0 ROBERT C. SMITH, Tupelo. O REESE HARRIS SNELL, Bonita. 0 IAMES LAMAR SPENCER, Natchez' Cart'e:b'.1:g' Club. E X' t . , i L 'Sf' G' sf V 'Q Q 'i K K fr- A Y ..- .tx A Q.5 ,3 4 t i fs 'is S "Q f-rw' iff t lu f W 1 'MQ 3? Second Row: O MARY VIRGINIA SUTHERLIN, Heidelberg, Mu Omeqay Commerce Club Reporter, O R. W. TANNEHILL, Hattiesburg. O GEORGE K. THOMPSON, Taylorsville. O HENRY G. TOLAR, IR., Moselleg Pre- Legal Forum. 0 OTIS LEROY TOLAR, Hattiesburg. O R. L. TONEY, Shubuta. O DALLAS B. TURNER, Tupelo. O WILMA GLENN TURNER, Richtonp Y.W.A.7 B.S.U.g F.T.A.7 Student Printz Staff. Third Row: O IAMES MILLOY WALKER, Collins. 0 NORMAN G. WALKER, IR., Lucedale. O IOHN WALL, IR., l-lattiesburgy Language Clubg Band: First Row: O ROGER SPENCER, Slate Spring. 0 BILLIE STEELE, Hattiesburgp Alpha Sigma Alpha: Home Ec Club. 0 GEORGE L. STEWART, IR., Harpervilleg Veterans' Club. O IAMES C. STRICKLAND, Admore Ala. 0 HILTON STUART, Magee. O LEMMIE MASTON STUART, Hattiesburg. O IAMES CARLTON STUBBS, Magee. O HENRY R. SUMRALL, Sumrall. 1 'J.h.e K Choral Union. O ELIZABETH GEANE WALLACE, Petal. O RAY WALKER, Hattiesburg. O WILLYE BARBARA WALTERS, Hattiesburgg Dramatic Club. O HOWARD WALTERS, Petal. O WOODIE IEAN- ETTE WALTERS, Hattiesburg. Fourth Row: 0 GEORGE DUDLEY WARD, Columbia, Commerce Club. O HENRY L. WARD, Purvisy Basketball Team. O HELEN CLARK WATSON, Hattiesburg: Sigma Theta Kappa. 0 ROSEMARY WATSON, Hatties- burg. 0 EVERETTE RAY WATTS, Sumrall. 0 IAMES W. WEEKS, IR., Moselle. 0 T. LAVELL WEEKS, Purvis. O TYMAN HINES WELLS, IR., Hattiesburg. Administration Buildinq. First Row: 0 ROBERT T. WEST, Waynesboro, O GEORGE WESTCOTT. Rock Hall, Md, Pre-Legal Forum, I.R.C. O DONALD WHITE, Hattiesburg. 0 ANNIE LOIS WHITE, Hattiesburg. O MARGARET LOUISE WHITE. Brookhaven, B.S.U., Secretary, Y.W.A.p Home Economics Club: Future Teachers of America. O IANE WICHT, Hattiesburg. O CHARLES KENNETH WILKS, Columbiag Zeta Sigma. O FRANCES ELAINE WILLIAMS, Smithville. 'Cv' iv:-My Y if I Q l""' pax 'ibn- X V -X . MDW seen from entrance. Wifi! nil.Q"L'iYl A' IT I an ff MVA "' an U, N 1. -uf" l-u on l 5 i V 'gif V Q"l'Q zvffli-4 :ef,3"zX??507'P-, F -'-"fri .T'7'lr'f'gf' v, -. R , we- af . F.5y,g-'ig' . 3151-ff" A 7 L--'1 , .-,wwf f'4ig'Ag',, , .W X IZ' .A-,-gk.g . -P S ka 2 1 , x fx-.Y ' .k ,Q V, ,.-'T .Q f +, 'N . D . , A fav . Eiihisisgf i' ' 5' , PF' -fx s. 1' '. ff-f".?' . v. .. -xxx ,ff , ..Rw, 35'-1' ? 1. QM 579' ANNIE LAURIE ROBERTS AND C. I. TAYLOR MR. MISS . . . CUM IGKIGAIJIIIIH ANNIE LAURIE ROBERTS and BILL KATRICIAN .e ff? -1 if ffy., , ,, ' 49' f,?L,,l" ki 9, ,V . i f x Q. T g , 13: if rf , su I' 1 q f FM x' ,, wg? ANNIE LAURIE ROBERTS BOBBIE THOMPSON ix, -W, Most Versatile Girl Most Versatile Boy PEGGY MCGOUGH IOE LATHAM Most Intellectual Girl Most Intellectual Boy LOUISE HILL HARRISON GRANTHAM , gui. Best Dressed Gul Best Dressed Boy CAROL MARSH LESLIE SESSIONS Cutest G1r1 F1111 Cutest Boy Fhrt Freshman Most Llkely to Succeed BETSY WELLS W E ROCKWELL BOBBY KINGSBURY 'S-K, 15" -. g X v M.- ullF'N' ' uf. X4 Qi I, V, 45 M V I ,M . ' x ,w I fy V' 3 HAWK AUSTIN AUBREY I OHNSON TOM RAY PHILLIPS LESLIE SESSIONS E. P. ARNOLD IEAN CARRAWAY LEONARD G. ANDERSON PEGGY MCGOUGH Q , 'V'- VA' lr J x 1 3 d . .- ek' 1 1 f'l 1.- w u- 9. n Y Zh .- "QA-' iff Q 'J .o.' .,. ., 1 x ...- u.':o l..' R, . r., -fr f,,,-f .- J l Bobbye Hardin Carol Marsh Nannette Walker luanita Williams wwf' ww' L , : -Q A 1 MEMBERS OFFICERS PEGGY MCGOUGH , . President First Row lane Odom FRED IONES . . , . . Vice-President Annie Laurie Roberts IIMMIE NELL WALKER . . Secretary-Treasurer loy Dorsett PQQQY MCGOUQ11 CAROL MARSH . . Reporter Second Row Monita Prine Anita G. Gibson Elaine Martin Third Row Bettye Keel Miss Helen lanet McDonald Miss Forrest Del.ano Fourth Row Boyd Martin David Brown Fred lones Clara Sue McVey Iimmie Nell Walker Mary Deane Granberry Mrs. George Baylis Miss Elizabeth Mead Miss Stephanie Sulinski Mr. F. E. Marsh, Ir. Bert Vance Alpha Mu Chi, an honorary musical club, was organized in 1933. Its purpose is to promote among its members a better feeling of fellowship, and to instill in each ot them a desire for higher scholarship in music. The membership of Alpha Mu Chi is com- prised oi the music faculty and their Wives or husbands and music students who have met certain scholastic requirements. Speakers are invited to give talks at the monthly meetings. Present sponsors: Miss Forrest DeLano and Miss Helen Ianet Mc- Donald. lvul WMU CHI IEAN BREANKE ,.... . . President IANE ELLEN MCCLELLAND , . . Vice-President LORINE MOORE .... Secretary-Treasurer EUGENIA KIZER Student Council Representative MARY GRACE MORRISON . . , Pledge Captain Norma lean Breanke Lorine Moore lane Ellen McClelland Eugenia Kizer Mary Grace Morrison Iuanita Parsons Helen Martin Iohnnie Barksdale Evelyn Brock Nida Marie Fraser Faye Strother Martha Polk Maurice Walley Mary Virginia Sutherlin Iune Carley if MII IIMIZGA The Mu Omega sorority was organized in 1937 by a group oi thirteen girls. lt is the second oldest sorority on the campus. lt received its name from the Reverend lohn Sells, then pastor of the Court Street Methodist Church. Going into its eleventh year as an organization, the sorority has been a constant source oi pleasure to its members. During Mu Omega's time on the campus, it has been an outstanding leader in all activities. its enter- tainments and dances are among the best given and will long be remembered, not only by the members, but those who were guests at the aiiair. The Mu Omega's are Well represented in all parades and school functions. This year the sorority holds the oiiice oi presidency of the Pan-Hellenic Council. t 1 tt HQ" A-'N Cf' pf IANE ODOM , , BTLLIE IEAN MYERS TEAN WATTS BETSY PRESCOTT OFFICERS First Row Second Row , Editor MARIE SCANLAN . . , . Vice-President President MISS MARY TOM COLONES , . Sponsor Treasurer MAUREEN ROBERTSON . . Secretary Reporter MARY IO SINGLEY . Registrar Not Pictured IACOUEUNE cox . . Chaplain The Alpha Sigma Alpha members and pledges had their first meeting ot the year in the home oi Billie lean Myers, the incoming president. The Alpha Sig national convention was attended loy Marie Scan- lan and Billie lean Myers as official representatives of the Beta Delta Chapter of Mississippi Southern. The convention was held at Estes Park, Colorado, and was the first national convention held since the beginning oi the war. The national president, Mrs. Wilma Wilson Sharpe, visited the chapter during the year. AlPHA SIGMA AlPHA 94 t 1 Stella Cloy Ie-an Bryant Mary Dean Granberry Helen Nelson Sarah Alexander Iane Odom Sabel Howard Betty Langdon Carolyn McGee Nelda Carpenter MEMBERS Willie Lou Barron Betty Lewis First Row lean Patch Peggy Goree Second Row Marie Scanlan Billie Iean Myers Miss Mary Tom Colones Maureen Robertson Mary Io Sinqley Billie Steele lean Watts Emmie Ferquson Third Row Eddie Mae Norsworthy Emma Catherine McGowan Barbara Maddox Charlotte Biven Althea Stone Ieanette O'Neal Not Pictured Louise Carter Iacqueline Cox Sarah Dever Marion Rowell Maxine May Vtfanda Mitchell Wyndal Hathorn Emma lean Bradshaw Mary Evelyn Wiltshir Betsy Prescott Mary Ann McCormack Bro fm Amarylis Doby Doris McCaskey Verna Stewart First Row, seated: Dorothy Kessler, Helen McCormick, Dorothy Curry, and Edna Earle Smith. Second Row, seated: Lorita l-lewes, Dorothy Scruggs, Edith McDonald, Rioy Rae Davis, Mary Ellen Pettis, loyce Smith, and Frances Buckley Third Row, standing: Elaine Halvorson, Betty Io Davis, Ann Horn, and Dot Bond. OFFICERS BESSIE CRANE . President IIMMIE NELL YVALKER . Recording Secretary BARBARA DAVIS Vice-President LA VERNE ERVIN . . Treasurer EVELYN ENGBARTH . Corresponding Secretary ESSIE NELSON , . Reporter RITA DABBS . . Chaplain IlEllASIliM EPSIHI Alpha chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon was organ- ized at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, on September 23, 1914 by seven girls. These girls represented high scholarship and splendid ideals. Within the first thirty years, Delta Sigma Epsilon installed forty chapters in leading colleges all over the United States, making it one of the fastest grow- ing of sororities. During the school year of 1946-47 at Mississippi Southern College, Delta Sigma Epsilon Sorority has had a most successful year. With its capable and efficient president, Bessie Crane, together with Bar- bara Davis, vice-presidenty La Verne Ervin, treasurer: Evelyn Engbarth, corresponding secretary: limmie Nell Walker, recording secretary with Essie Nelson assisting: and the cooperation of all members, spon- sor, co-sponsor, and patronesses, Delta Sigma Epsilon has proved to be an outstanding sorority on Missis- sippi Southern College campus. During rush week in November, nine girls chose Delta Sigma Epsilon as their favorite sorority and the following month were initiated as pledges. Six more girls were initiated as pledges following these. After the formal initiation ceremony, the new and old members had breakfast in the Venitian Boom of the Forrest Hotel. The following members will graduate as seniors in Iune: Bessie Crane, Iimmie Nell Walker, Barbara Davis, Mary Catherine Hanson, Doris Hatten, Evelyn Engbarth, Nelda Trigg, Eugenia Townsend, and Essie Nelson. Mrs. W. W. Stout is co-sponsor, Miss Willery Iackson is sponsor. The patronesses are Mrs. C. N. Darby, Mrs. B. Schwartz, Mrs. D. Cameran, and Mrs. C. O. Smallings. Members, reading from left to right: First Row, seated: Annie Ruth Ervin, Margie French, Iimmie Nell Walker, Doris Hatten, and Bobbye Givin. Second Row seated Miss Willer Iackson Mrs W W St t D th T I F O IA d I K d ci M C h ' I. : - yu , . . . ou, orc y urner, oyce reeman, pa n erson, oan enne y, an ary at erine Hanson. Third Row, standing: Essre Nelson, Nelda Trigg, Eugenia Townsend, Monita Prine, LaVerne Ervin, Bessie Crane, Barbara Davis, Rita Dabbs, lean Davis, and Evelyn Engbarth. ,,- , Y, .. A. t lm rs OFFICERS Fira! Row PEGGY MCGOUGH . . . . President BETTY LADNER . . . Vice-President MELISSA POTTER . . . , Treasurer The Alpha Sigma chapter ot Sigma Sigma Sigma had its beginning as Gamma Delta Tau on Ianuary 24, 1937. On May 14, 1937, after having petitioned Sigma Sigma Sigma, thirty-one girls were initiated into this national educational sorority as charter members. The first president was Irene Ziarko. Other presi- dents have been: Kitty Saunders, Claudia Hall, Mary Second Row ANNIE LOUISE ROBERTS . . . Recording Secretary MARIE MOONEY . . , Corresponding Secretary YUVETTE KELLY , . , Keeper of Grades White, Katherine Iordan, Gladys Rae Smith, Mary Louise Askew, Annie Ruth Walker, Mary Beth Stoner, and Margaret Hardy. Miss Cora Webb Bass was the first sponsor of Tri Sigma, and Miss Gladys Bingham was the big sister. Mrs. Saunders was the sorority mother. The patronesses were Mrs. Bob Rivers, Mrs. E. R. Trussell, Mrs. R. G. Lowery, and Mrs. R. F. Rollings. SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Mary Frances Herrington Mary leanne Slaton Louise Calhoun Ouida Sue Flynt Ioy Donsett Billye Sanford Linnie Maude Walker Peggy Albritton Norma Hondley Bettye Breland Ruth Dickson Annie Laurie Roberts Bettye Ann Ladner loan Latimer Doris Pruitt Gwen Cox Etta Mae Klien Betsy Wells Mary Ellen Bennett First Row Second Row Third Row Fourth Row Voncille Williams Dot Massenqale Yuvette Kelly Marie Mooney Carol Marsh Patsy Newman Emily Kirk Sally Bodman lean Smith limrnye Britton Eillye fnranzerry Bettye Pittman Nannette Walker Katie Smith Hilda McNair Mary Elizabeth B yd Mildred Lucas 99 wa OJ -Q. -f' 'A OFFICERS First Row LOUISE HILL ,,,..,. . , President MARY ELIZABETH GADBOLD . Vice-President MARY CECILE MAYFIELD . . , Secretary Second Row TRAVESTEEN RENFROE . . , , , , Treasurer MARGARET PITTMAN . . . Pledge Captain ALINE RAE GIBSON . . . Reporter Third Row MARY IOYCE SAXON . . , . .Sergeant-at-Arms IUANITA WILLIAMS . . Historian MISS ANNA ROBERTS . Sponsor With the distinction of being called the "oldest M. S. C. sorority," Sigma Theta Kappa is also proud to have remained a local social sorority. We were organized on November 24, 1935 by eight co-eds with Inez O'Neal as president. They banded together under the guidance of Miss Helen I-Iipple. One of the best liked members of the faculty is Miss Anna Roberts, our sponsor. We love her dearly. Every member realizes the honor of having her as one of us. Last year We had the honor of having Mrs. R. C. Cook, our president's wife, as one of our two patronesses, our other faithful friend and pa- troness is Mrs. R. A. McLemore. Many lovely social affairs are given each year. Among the annual ones are Annual Banquet, informal teas, hamburger fry at Miss Anna's, spend-the-night party and that ever looked forward to coast trip. I SIGMA THETA KAPPA Bobbye Doughtry Shirley McRaney Patsy Connerly Patsy Graham Travestine Rentroe Bobby Hardin Madge Allred Billie Allred Oliva Rhea Gibbson Shirley Montgomery MEMBERS First Row Barbara Graham Second Row Mary Fertitta Katherine Reynolds Betty Cliff Conner Third Row Betty Newman Mary loyce Saxon Mary Elizabeth Goclbold Betty lean Turner Willie Grace Horn Lou Hill Miss Anna Roberts Mary Cecile Mayfield luanita Vv'illiams Beth Steadrnan Frances Fertitta Carolyn Currie Arleane l-flaytield Helen Vlatsort Margaret Pittman Carol Brantley Gloria Gill Martha Purvis Sara Margaret B lane Stringer I'O'N'1'l ' 33 'vxf W K, wi '..' Tax. First Row: Robert McCarthy, Ralph Griffin, George McCarthy Second Row: Ralph Milloy, Lloyd Rhiam, Jimmy Anderson, W. E. Rockwell OFFICERS ROBERT MCCARTHY , . . President GEORGE MCCARTI-IY . Secretary LLOYD RHIAN . . Reporter W. E. ROCKWELL . . Sergeant-at-Arms RALPH GRIFFIN A , . Vice-President RALPH MILLOY . , . Treasurer IIMMY ANDERSON , . Student Council Representative lllESlllllHEll lllllll 102 The Ole Southern Club was formed on the Missis- sippi Southern College campus in April of 1946. In the beginning the meetings of the club were held in homes in Hattiesburg but as time progressed a classroom was utilized for a meeting room. At present a house is being constructed on the college campus by the members of the Ole Southern Club to be used for socials. The Ole Southern Club was formed as a social club for the purpose of furthering social life on the campus. Since forming, quite a few parties have been given, including dances and picnics. The club plans far more and bigger parties in an attempt to extend the social activities to more people on the campus. The one major aim of the club is to see more social groups formed on the Mississippi Southern campus, to broaden social life, and, if possible, in the future to bring national social fraternities to the campus! First How: McCarthy, Rockwell, Riley, Rhian, Parker, Patton, Griffin, McLeod, Powell, Black, Scarborough, Lambuth, Britton. Second Row: Milloy, Gonzales, Domergue, Coughlin, Anderson, Barnes, Richardson, Nobles, Griffin, Dossett, Hickman, McCarthy, McCarthy. PM 'U' ,, f 'P N 3 i I 1 .. 'AA First Row: Bill Tolbert, Iimmy Ford. Second Row: Carol Philips, Ben I-Iosey. 7 5 ,A ii I 11' ., , a OFFICERS BILL TOLBERT . . President FRED IONES . Not Pictured . Vice-President IIMMY FORD . , Secretary-Treasurer CAROL PHILIPS . . Pledge Master BEN HOSEY , . Reporter Calls to military service during the war almost With the return of the veterans came an increase forced Zeta Sigma to suspend its organization. That in the number of Zeta Siqs on the campus and an prospect was narrowly averted by the return of inc veterans in 1945-46. 104 rease in the social activities. Bill Moore Pete Krohn Ioe Sarphie Charles McLelland Charles Given loe Dickson lack Nicola George Curry limrnie Cook lim Ford l-larlen McSwair1 Fred Tilohman Bill Williams Clyde Cooley Bob Kinqsberry Fred lones Bob Hall P . ,s MEMBERS Front Row Back Row No! Pictured Carroll Philips Iames Cochran Freddie Cox Ben Hosey Bill Luras Torn Rhea Phillips Hershel Howell lack MCSwain Bill Talker Kenneth 'll limrnie Brom r Ed Honess Bolo Hansrr B. "N, Gilffsf Earl Dewitt Boi' Buss-in 105 ilf v . X VF L , Eifgn 3:7 Q.-ME- X 1, . Qmnvwf x -,ww IW , 4f9'Q"2 .. N A7 "f" .: .5 .- .fgfg - 4,1-:L M' " ur . A it rw-7, .- f ' '-3 71: - 1- gfzhf 4'-1, 'f -4. -. W THE COURTS ARE ALWAYS CROWDED .- f v af 0' A '46, -.v Lf I I S, an , V A y, -ref 5 ,W 'his , A+. , , , 'N 1 ml . -p .1- "iff, r""' . 1 1 1 4 Y f 9 , . f 1 I ...Kg ,. . ., ' A ,Q 1 -' .5 ,Q , , y ,A ' 'PW , 1 , .4 C Q L 4 V , , 1 , J C Q .Mg ,, W ww W, 4 f A ff- , M ' 8535 ,AK z 1 of of 1 ' 1 J 5 "' 4 20 W 49" s 5 25: " wi? c 1 Q f'a?'g9MK X 53 N 5,36 ff J' 2 ' 4 f 6 f f W 6 fr ff ? 5 4 9 -af 1 wc' ' -.ff Z9-9?--1, .. " ' f4.y.r'n.f-.-fwew' 'gff"'S?:29?5?5' pm-., fadsgww .f r fm,.,4,y,a. "M 3439 M, A ps .KW ,,-,. ,,, N- sggisf ..3-.44 A-ef M. . , -6 ,f 2,3-Q, .g - Mgfmip. .,., +,e42'234 ,-:-+w5.w--:.M..,Q.,w-. -' lajgazfat.-1. , , ,V ,X .. .,.. J, K, b M 6 I 4' 4, Q L M., ,f M, f , f 'Q y 1 4, f y . ff M, ff ' ga . Y fl ,f'O f-ff MX Q3 4. .u 9 . THAD "PIE" VANN, Assistant Coach HIS STAFF IOE STRINGFELLOW REGINALD SWITZER End Coach and Basketball Coach Physical Education Director ff 7 ,J W ' V , , f y,f' :W .,f,'Q,g f' , 'Y 4 fy, y Qu. Q, f. www ' fa ,pr PQ? - an 'Q LAY SMITH, End Little All-American End SUIIIHER Returning to grid warfare for the first time since l94l, Coach Reed Green and his able assistants, Thad "Pie" Vann and Ioe Stringfellow, welded to- gether a team of returning lettermen and several freshmen to field a team that made a good showing throughout the season. Coaches Green and Vann brought Stringfellow back to the campus as an end coach. Ioe played stellar football under the two coaches back in the SIllIlIlSSllll BILL "MIKE" KATRISHEN. Tackle Second Team Little All-American SEASON RECORD Miss. Southern . , 5 Louisiana Tech . , 0 Miss. Southern . , 12 Auburn . . . , 13 Miss. Southern . . , 65 Iacksonville CAla.l . . , O Miss. Southern . , 6 S. L. I. . . . . 0 Miss. Southern , , , 20 Oklahoma City . , 6 Miss. Southern . , 7 Stephen F. Austin , , U Miss. Southern . . , , 6 Northwestern La. State , , 7 Miss. Southern . . . , 65 Louisiana College . , 0 Miss. Southern .,.. , 0 Southeastern La. College , . . 20 Miss. Southern . . . . . 55 University of Havana , . O ERS HAVE pre-war days. Ioe has done a good job of aiding the coaches and team. He also tutored the basketball team and is expected to get the baseball nine in condition before he returns to play with the Nashville pro-baseball team. ln completing a ten game schedule, the South- erners finished up with what everyone termed a successful season by Winning seven and losing S I AL HONAKER. End Made Auburn's All-Opponent Team s 0 XX . 1 t A , . f u In 3' Si w r T l - . .. i' JS ' NZM. Q V If l C", ' J" "t S35 f3E4e-131254 320 45424 L 'Alf N S v F I f .. ls, '-li .fa y .WNW . , . 4 'I 9 W r l l ,i fl 1 r l ti t S l w l 1 'l I lit 5 l l r u . 1 II I . M A x First Row: loe Latham, Vernon Wells, Frank Brown, Fred Waites, Morris Brown, Iames Bell, Falco Carrozza, and Fred Waters. Second Row: Buster Mullins, Buddy Wat- kins, Bennie Ray Nobles, lohn LeGros, Sawyer Sims, Calvin Triplett, Frank Beam, Dick Thames, lim Graham, lack Ryan, Bobby Campbell, and Robert Wells. Third Row: George Kelly, Harold Crane, Bruce Womack, Ioe Bordy, Lucius Robinson, Sonny Iordan, Maxie Lambright, Louie Campbell, Glenn Cook, Bob Dement, Bernie Wilkes, A. I. Mangum, and lim Owens. Fourth Row: C. I. Taylor, Boots McCormick, Pat Patterson, Orville Foshee, Hawk Austin, Reed Bailey, Al l-lonaker, Iohnny May, Ernest Limbaugh, Bucky Waters, Bill Kat- rishen, Cooter Lewis, Roland Loper, and lay Smith. Ole Miss Coaches make pre-season visit to campus. Standing: Iohnny Vaught. Sitting Happy Campbell, Red Drew, Coach Green, and Coach Vann. Practice picture, Coach Vann with back to camera. First Row: Roland Loper, Bob Dement, Bill Wallace, Ioe Latham. Second Row: Bill Katrishen, lay Smith, B. Waters, W. I. Davis, and Hawk Austin. I l IOE LATHAM BENNIE RAY NOBLES Back s. r- , YN " -7 ' -5.58 P , I, N,-As... ' : M15 anguish-wi linvlldldbiffi- ' -Q-in-L n-uni 33, 1. 7 4 -"fw:":. N 1' ' A-vw' MP- -...P , 1 gm-i' 'H EQ,- '19 . v" ' hurt M f H I aim 4 Latham about to pounce on rolling fumble in S. Eastern Game. USES Y Opening their season against a strong Louisiana Teachers team from Ruston, Louisiana, the Southerners won their initial victory by a 6-O victory. Vernon Wells provided the touchdown tor MSC and Sawyer Simms kicked the point that proved to be the winning marker. The Auburn tilt followed the Tech battle, and those Alabama big-time betters who were spotting our boys over 20 points are still getting over their head- aches. The highly favored Auburn squad barely managed to squeeze by on a score ot l3-12. Bennie Ray Nobles and Vernon Wells each tallied once to account for the Southern scoring. The entire MSC line is still being complimented on their splendid play throughout the clash. The Auburn squad has already been scheduled again for next season. BIITWEWI llllllt lllllISIANA lllZH SAWYER SIMS ICE LATHI-XM Guard and Center Back ' I. Smith on end-around in O. C. U. game. lltllll IIE JAIZKSII Vlllf 65-ll ln their third encounter, the Southerners really opened up . . . defeating an outclassed Iacksonville State Teachers College squad from Iacksonville, Alabama, by an overwhelming margin. The final count was 65-O, with almost every man on the MSC squad getting in on the fund. The South- erners scored four times in the third quarter and twice in every other period and made 5 conversions to account for the 65 points. Scoring TD's in the rout were Vernon Wells, Iohn LeGros, Ioe Latham, Morris Brown KZJ, Bennie Bay Nobles 125, Falco Carrozza, Iarnes Bell, and Bobby Campbell. Robert Wells and C. I. Taylor added the five conversions. After a two weeks' practice session with no game scheduled, the South- erners came back to edge an equally matched Southwestern Louisiana Institute team, 6-0. With both teams playing a jam-up defensive game all the way, the Southerners pushed across a lone score, with Bennie Bay Nobles doing the honors. WI lllltlt S. l. I.ti- BENNIE RAY NOBLES ROLAND LOPER Back Tackle Q31--'ul I f.-Sl X 1 1 .Z x J x JJ CN 'Q A f v r, IJLZJTEX xx ARMS: xx XIX fix K1 K.. 1. Qxfx N I . - , '1fl.' ,K ,X X . x I ' X X Homecoming Presentation. L. io R.: Leslie Sessions, Dr. Cook. Bob Mc- l Carthy, Bobbie Thompson. Annie L. Roberts, Leonard Anderson. DICK THAMES Guard l""Ns. FRED WATERS Back NJ BMTI LW AD LL MBI The feature game of the year for the local football fans followed the S. L. l. win. ln this game the Southerners faced a team that had trounced every team that they had played by very large margins. lt was an entirely different story for the Oklahoma City University squad once the game got underway . . . The Southerners took a hard physical beating but they played a whale of game to best the over-sized Okla- homians, 20-6. ln the next game, the crippled squad managed to squeeze by the strong Stephen F. Austin eleven, 7-O, in a game played in a sea of mud on a brand new field in Natchitoches, Texas. A brilliant end-around play by lay Smith netted the only TD ot the day, and Sawyer Simms added the extra point. Still in a very bad physical condition from the O. C. U. game two weeks past, the Southerners journeyed to Nachitoches, Louisiana to battle the Northwestern Louisiana State squad where they had their hopes of copping the S. l. A. A. crown demolished. The Northwestern team caught the Southerners in one of their worst let-downs of the year and managed to garner a 7-6 margin of victory. loe Latham scored the lone MSC tally. l0Sll0 0RlHWlSllR BERNIE WILKES VERNON WELLS Back Batik 'l""'v I 1 gl! Dement about to smother a flat Southeastern loe Latham taking a pass Half-Back, Katrishen coming up to help. IOHN LEGROS l0til lil SIIUI HlllSlI R Back in pertect shape tor their next battle, the Southerners opened up again and scored an easy 65-O win over Louisiana College, from Pineville, Louisiana. lt was another case of high scoring, with Morris Brown scoring three TD's to lead the Southerners. In their next encounter, the Southerners met a team that completely outclassed them tor a halt, then turned around and played them to a standstill in the last halt. The first halt proved to be enough, however, with the Southeastern Louisiana College Lions pushing across 20 points in that time to win the game by a 20-O margin. The Southerners threatened twice in the last half but tailed to score. ln their last game, the Southerners traveled way down to Havana, Cuba to wind up their fine season with a game with the University ot Havana. Our boys won the game by a score of 55-O. The game was played on a muddy field in the beautiful Sl,UOU,OOU University oi Havana stadium- gymnasium which seats 12,00U. BEAT lA. C0lllBl A D HAVA A HAWK AUSTIN BUCKY WATERS Tackle mme C I ,HQYLOR M ff. 1 Q , X , 1' ' SX ' X, 'fi Q? 4 if -4 A QP 'Ely ... IU af' A .514-'5 ' ' ,f V-f - ', f .,,.. fi . , ,, .T , 3, ,4 Q L V , Q . sf' b V . PM , I 1 --ef . A , . ,ef , Qs! X 'V I fc 2 , A5 7' -I Z fm M f 9 SCHEDULE Miss Southern. . .427 Loyola .... . . . Miss. Southern. . .427 Southeastern . . . . Miss. Southern. . .667 Miss. College . Miss Southern 40: lackson Sanderites Miss Southern . .557 Southeastern . . . . Miss Southern .555 La. College ....t. . Miss. Southern . ,387 Loyola ....., . , . Miss Southern . .555 U. of Havana ..... . Miss. Southern . 69: Spring Hill . . . . . . Miss. Southern M647 Miss. College ..... . Miss. Southern . .475 La. Tech. .... . . . . Miss. Southern . .515 Spring Hill . . . . . . ,fq :.1 iii' if . . f EVAN RAGLAN D Forward Resuming inter-collegiate basketball play after dropping out of competition tive years ago, the Southerners, under Coach Ioe Stringfellow, played a 12-game schedule this season, winning seven games and losing five. Coach Stringiellow picked a 15-man squad out of twenty-odd candidates. The big guns in most of the games were lay Smith and Harold Holloway at guards, Webb Weathers at center, and Henry Ward and Evans Ragland at forwards. Calvin Triplett and George Cronia also saw plenty of action in all games. Others on the squad were Gilbert Stevens, lim Owen, Boots McCormick, lim Cawley, Fred Waters, I. W. Harrington, Sonny Iordan, and Orville Foshee. Winning twice over Mississippi College and Southeastern Louisiana, the Southerners lost a pair of games to Loyola of New Orleans. They won sin- gle victories over Louisiana College and the Iackson Sanderites. They lost singles to Louisiana Tech and the University of Havana. ln the other two games played, they split a pair of games with Spring Hill College oi Mobile, Alabama. I. SMITH Guard f? Z'- xf ll 'xl' 4 7 X gl W J J- mf Deciding Partners Owen preparing to drive w Pete Khron putts. Kelly follows through. lRAMllIlAlS Keeping Fit Developing Rhythm fcln O O .G The Student Christian Federation unites the Work oi all religious organizations. Its executive council is composed ot selected representatives of the stu- dent body who serve as chairman and vice-chairman, and the presidents oi the various religious organiza- EXECUTIVE COUNCIL lUANlTA PARSONS ROBERT B. PERRY . . IOYCE SAXON . . MARY ALICE FANCHER DR. I. F. WALKER MRS. LENA Y. GOUGH MARY ALICE FANCI-IER SARAH MACHEN . . DAVID BROWN . RUBY SUE BUSH . T. I. LUNDY . , CHARLES BUGG , . . Chairman , Vice-Chairman . Secretary-Treasurer . . . Reporter . Faculty Sponsor . . . . . Faculty Sponsor President Baptist Student Union . President Wesley Foundation . . President Newman Club . President Westminster Club , President Canterbury Club . President Ministerial League tions. The Federation seeks to provide channels for worship and religious development on the campus: it sponsors Vespers each Wednesday and Sunday evening and plans Religious Emphasis Week each spring. The Federation is financed by a percentage of the proceeds from Wimpy's, the campus store. FACULTY CABINET MEMBERS Dr. I. F. Walker Miss Harriet lackson Mrs. Lena Y. Gough Dr. H. D. Pickens Miss Emily lones Professor lohn E. Gonzales Rev. C. S. Moulder CHAIRMEN DALLIE NOEL . . JEAN CARAWAY . PAT ROBIN . . RITA DABBS . . . HELEN SPARKS RAMONA MCLEMORE IACK MONTGOMERY ROBERT B. PERRY . ALINE VALENTINE . RUBY SUE BUSH . ' . 'tt' , .... . f , A . f+ ".' A -ii 'i'- A .. . . Vesper Program . . Vesper Music . Vesper Publicity , . Charm School , . .Courtesy . .Recreation ......Movie ......Movie Worship, Hattiesburg Hall . . .Mississippi Hall CHRISIIA mrtntnlllo RA , ..,. PlISlSlllllll I0 1 OFFICERS MARY ALICE FANCHER Presrdent IEAN CARAWAY V1cePres1dent REV C S MOULDER Secretary PICTURED Mary Ioyce Saxon Glenn Turner lean Caraway Mary Ahce Fancher Rev C S Moulder Blame W1ll15mS Martha Ann Fancher Betty Freeman Lula B Davls Newell Massey George Ward Powell G Ogletree Fanme W1ll Clark Mary Lou1se S1tts Lucllle Thorne Theo Breland Rxta Dabbs Louxse Whrte Mary Ford Wayne Turner A C Iohnson Bryon Mathrs NOT PICTURED Dahlxa Noel Mary Benton Gray The Baptist Student Union Council is a representa- t1ve group of all Baptlst students The ohnect of the counc1l IS to strengthen correlate and umfy all ot the separate Baptlst unlt rellglous orgamzahons CSun day School Y W A Tra1n1ng Un1on and so torthl 1nto one campus orgamzatton w1th one all rnclustve program of rellgtous act1v1ty To enl1st 1n and through the separate un1t organ1zat1ons every stu dent and commumty member of the 1nst1tut1on mn that rellglous act1v1ty or act1v1t1es whlch he neede for hls h1ghest Chr1st1an development and spmtual growth And to unlty and d1rect all orgamzed re l1g1ous 5Cl1V1l19S ot Baphst students 1n th1s mstrtuuon The motto ot the counc1l lS To Know Chrlst and Make I-l1m Known and that IS the goal wh1ch each member stnves to reach A I v . . . - . . - . I I I ' ' '1 1 . . , . . , . . . . C . . H . - . 11 - . . ' . 69. L Gita OFFICERS T. l. LUNDY . . , Senior Warden FAY STROTHER Iunior Warden DOROTHY YOUNG . , , . Secretary IERRY ROGERS , . Acting Secretary HUBERT COWAND ........ Treasurer GEORGE WESTCOTT Student Council Representative ROSE ANN ROSELEIN .,..., Reporter The Canterbury Club, a member of the national fall by a group ot interested Episcopalian students. organization of Canterbury Clubs, was formed for the We have had a very successful year and hope to first time on the Mississippi Southern campus this grow with Southern in the years to come. Pictured are, First Row: Lamar Spencer, T. I, Lundy, lr., lohn R, Baker. Second Row: George Wescott, Fay Strother, The Rev. George R. Stephen- son, Mary Frances Buckley, Dorothy Young, Iimmy Roberts. Third Row: Miss Mary Tom Colones, Mr. lohn Frazier, Mr. D. O. Smalling, Gloria Lowrie, Morgan Thistle, Rose Ann Roselein, and Hubert Cowand. Not pictured are: Amaryllis Doby and Ierry Rogers .ni .M l ' A fill! ct Ifnngnv stun Qi' ' T 1 X . First Row: Evelyn Engbarth, Ioan Kennedy, David Brown, Rev. E. L. Cratin, Francis Guidry, Rev. Leo Fahey, Mickey Bennett, Emma Catherine McGowan. Second Row: Billy McCarthy, Mary Catherine Hanson, Louis E. Martello. Marion Coughlin, Jerry Kennedy, Betty McSwain, lane Pentecos Dickie McCarthy, Lorenzo Krohn, Mrs. W. L. Vierling, W. L. Vierling, Ernest Falgo. OFFICERS DAVID BROWN . . . Chairman CATHERINE MCGOWAN Corresponding Secretary and Reporter FRANCIS GUIDRY . . . Vice-Chairman MICKEY BENNETT , Treasurer IOAN KENNEDY . .... Recording Secretary REV. E. L. CRATIN Advisor REV. LEO FAHEY , , The Newman Club is a Catholic club of Catholic culture and Catholic fellowship that fosters the spirit- ual, intellectual, and social interests ot the Catholic students of Mississippi Southern College. The club welds into a common union and assists the Missis- sippi Southern College and its students whenever possible. The Newman Club is a member of the Newman Club Federation and of the Province of the Federation in which the club is located and engages in the work of the Federation and of the Province. , Guest Speaker Membership is open to all Catholic students ot M. S. C. Honorary membership is open to all per- sons elected by unanimous vote of the Executive Committee. The Newman Club attends Holy Communion in a body three times a year, at a time determined by the members. The meetings consist of prayer, instruction, and entertainment. The club sponsors socials throughout the year. "i'JL-GfY1A . L C? . OFFICERS SARAH DELL MACHER . ....... President BIRDIE MAE BUNTYN , . . Vice-President MARY BENTON GRAY . . ...... Secretary COMMISSION CHAIRMEN MARY BELLE WRIGHT . . Worship and Evangelism FRED BROOKS , . Missions and World Friendship SARA MOORE . Worship and Evangelism R. T. PURVIS ...,. .... C omrnunity Service NORMA IEAN LONG , A Wesley Foundation is the organized unit ot Method- ists on the campus. Their purposes are fellowship, , . .... Recreation deepening their understanding ot the Christian Faith and proclamation of the gospel of Iesus Christ through lite, message and creative social activity. Pictured are, Seated: Maxine May, Peggy Goree, Mary Benton Gray, Birdie Mae Buntyn, Sarah Dell Macher, Dr. I. T. Walker. Standing: H. T. Purvis, Gwendolyn Powe, Cora V. Matheny, Elsie Salter, Carrie lean Gray, Louise Burns, Chester Avera, Sara Moore, Helen Sparks, Patricia Robin, Norma lean Long, Iames Hagan. 2 ...ALL , 4-. WlSllY lllll llllllll 9 lllll B WONIl S AllXIlI Ill First Row: Frances Griffin, Mildred Davis, Mary Alice Fancher, Rebecca Boyd, lean Floyd, Annie Ruth Sitts. Second Row: Mrs. E. V. Bridges, Louise White, Fannie Will Clark, Sally Bodman, Lucille Thorn, Mary Ford, Mexine Neal, Rita Dal:-bs, Doris McCaskey, lean Kizer, Martha Ann Fancher. Third Row: Alene Valentine, Bertha Walley, Lurline Norris, Verda Pittman, Carolyn Beverly, Lula B. Davis, Iulia Mae Middleton, Helen Grace Iordan, Mary Louise Sitts, Willie Grace Horn, Katherine Odom, Stella Cloy, Nelda Trigg. OFFICERS FANNIE WILL CLARK . . President GLENN TURNER . , , , NELDA TRIGG . . . Vice-President MARTHA ANN FANCHER . LULA B. DAVIS . . . Secretary LUCILLE Tl-IORN , , , MARY LOUISE SITTS , . , Treasurer CAROLYN BEVERLY , , INEZ RANKIN . . , . . Reporter GENE KIZER . . RITA DABBS .... . Program Chairman STELLA CLOY . IULIA MAE MIDDLETON . . . Program Chairman MRS. E. V. BRIDGES The Young Women's Auxiliary is a missionary society for the purpose of training young women of college age in the organized the church. . . Devotional Mission Study . Stewardship . Music . , Social Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman , Community Missions Sponsor evangelical work oi .n.fv1 o'tLom 125 Q. ' .'i'.i cv- OFFICERS C. V. BUGG . President l-l. L. DAVIS . . Vice-President BYRON MATHIS Secretary C. S. MOULDER . Sponsor Each year there are a number of men on the have organized the Ministerial League to discuss campus who are Ministers or studying for the varying problems in their field and also that they Ministry. They are of Various denominations and may be of help in fostering religious life on the campus. Reading from left to right lon picturel. C. V. Bugg, H. L. Davis, Byron Mathis, C. S. Moulder. Standing: Cecil Knight, I. W. Walley, Willard Rice, George K. Thompson, Ralph Davis, Newell Massey. Members not shown: Aubrey Cothen, Herbert Cothen, Marvin Lee, H. T. Landrum, Ir., Adam Hoffpauir. Jem? IVlIllSllllIAl lilllll Vililttl 'lllllll 'Y , 'N First Row: Porky Turner, Ioe Breed, Howard Parker, Reavis Allen, Richard Streirf, Leon G. Duke. Second Row: Ioe Rankin, Kermit Ouinn, Charles Kyser, Bobby Finely, Frank Norton, lohn D. Baker, Waldo McClamrock, Billy Nobles, lames Porter, Lewis Ward, Sharpy Maxwell, Charles McClelland, Third Row: Hollis Landrum, lames Nunnery, Charles Borde, Robert lordoti, Louie Campbell, Harold Crane, Harvey Puchew, Carl Little, Iran Tootle, C. D. Yeager. Fourth Row: Hewitt Hubbert, Robert King, Lynn Rutherforzl, Gilbert Stevens, Gerald Greene, George Stevens, Everett McCrea, Tirnon G. Dukes, Derrell Koonce, N. D. Smith, Warren Beard, Edward Saucier, E. Clark Bittle. Fifth Row: Clifford Strickland, Harlan McSwain, Torn Ray Phillips, Walter Ratclitr, William G. lkerd, Maurice Malone, Livingston Former, Ray Blacklidge, Byrd Graham, Ioe Evans, Alex Currie, M. L. Ward, l-lettori, Calvin Sinclair, Ioseph B. Hill. OFFICERS LEON G. DUKE . ,... , President REAVIS ALLEN . Vice-President HOWARD PARKER Secretary IOE BREED . , , . . Treasurer RICHARD STREIFF , Sergeant-at-Arms Although the Veterans' Club has become an in- tegral part of nearly every campus activity, the Veterans of Mississippi Southern founded on Iune 12, 1946 their own exclusively Veteran organization. - ..n.xvLi The objective ot the Club is the promotion ot the interest oi over 700 Veterans on the campus through unity. lt has and is succeeding in airing the Gl viewpoint and in helping the building ot a bigger and better M. S. C. L1 lem ' flS',.?'9 A Margaret Pittman Louis Riley Pat Patterson Powell Ogletree Sara Moore Melvin Sims Bill Smith Calvin Sinclair Billie Sue Porter SARA ALEXANDER ROBERT BRYAN BARBARA GRAHAM , . MARINEE THOMAS . Monita Prine Mary Ford Everette McCree Robert Bryan Mary lo Singley Sabel Howard Emmie Ferguson Rebecca Boyd Iirnrnye Britton Mrs. Mabel Donovan O O OFFICERS MEMBERS , President . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer Barbara Walters Peg Gorree Monita Prine Helen Nelson lean Cox Omar Beard Betsy Prescott Theo Breland Bob Cox Monty Moncrief Reporter First Row: Melvin Sims, Billy Smith, Barbara Walters, Theo Breland, Sara Alexander, Monita Prine. Second Row: Omar Beard, Wayne Turner Sara Moore, Bob Smith, Fred Brooks, Sabel Howard, Powell Ogletree, Ellis Kelly. Bert Fortenberry Sarah Alexander Ellis Kelly Allegra Bott Lois Logan Ierry Berry Robert Kingsberry Edwina Howard Howard Parker 128 lHl IIHANIATIIZ lllllli t i t 4 1 Scene from "The Male Animal." "The Male Animal," the Mississippi Southern Dra- matics club's first major production of the 1946-47 season, was presented Wednesday, February 12, at 8 p.m. The popular Iames Thurber-Elliott Nugent three-act play was presented one night only. Dr. Wilbur Stout, head of the language and literature department, took over direction of the play, when Miss Mary Tom Colones, director of the play, became ill , Margaret Pittman, Louis Riley, and Pat Patterson played the leading roles in the February production of "The Male Animal." Miss Pittman Was cast as Ellen Turner, and in the comedy was wooed by Mr. Riley as her husband, and an old flame, Pat Patterson. Other members of the cast Were: Melvin Sims, Sara Moore, Calvin Sinclair, Billie Sue Porter, Bill Smith, Mary Ford, Robert Bryan, Powell Ogletree, Monita Prine, and Everett McRee. 129 A L1'i'iom T9 nm WILLIS TERRY NELDA TRIGG . CALVIN SINCLAIR GLEN TURNER BOBBYE KOCH GIVEN B. E. DUNNAM . , MANIE BRYAN GARLAND L. WHITE President Secretary Historian Librarian Librarian . . Vice-President Treasurer , . Parliamentarian The division ot education ot Mississippi Southern College organized a chapter oi the Future Teachers of America for the large number of undergraduates who are planning to be teachers. Student members ot the steering committee ot this organization are: Fred Brooks, Meridian, chair- man: Nelda Trigg, ot Clara, secretaryy Leonard Ander- son, ot Hattiesburg, Robert Bryan, of Lucedale, and B. E. Dunnam, ot Leakesville, additional members. At the professional meetings held by this group during the year, outstanding educational leaders in the tield of education and teacher-training made addresses. First Rcw: Dr R. C. Cook, Willis Terry. Second Row: Glen Turner, Bobb ye Koch, Nelda Trigg, Garland L. White, B. E. Dunnam. Third Row: Manie Bryan, Calvin Sinclair. 1- i if ruiuni lt cnmgns or Aminlcl k.....Yl CHARTER MEMBERS OF THE "GEORGE HURST CHAPTER" FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Sydney Alexander, Rufus Amason, Chester Avera, Charles I. Banks, Frank Beam, Warren P. Beard, Louise Beech, Ierry Berry, Dorothy Bond, Charles W. Borde, Rebecca Boyd, Theo Breland, Fred Brooks, Robert Bryan, Louise Burnes, Katie Ruth Bynum, Iohn A. Cade, Mrs. Mary U. Carson, Louise Carter, Mrs. Ianie Childress, Fannie Will Clark, Betty Conner, Rita Dabbs, Eddie Lee Dawson, Nell Denson, Ray L. Dorman, Mildred Duncan, B. E. Dunnam, Evelyn Engbarth, Mary Ford, Marjorie French, Billie Gran- berry, Frances Griffith, Iames Hagan, Harrel Hallo- way, Fred H. Halvorsen, Claude Hathorne, Edwina Howard, Leroy H. Howell, Ioseph B. Hill, Mrs. Inzer Hudson, Betty Kell, Eugenia Kizer, Henry Laird, Carl Little, Arthur R. Long, T. I. Lundy, Iack Madison, David I. McClamrock, Sue McClellan, PGQQY Mc- Gough, Milton McMullan, Mrs. Hilda McRaney. Formal presentation of the charter for the newly organized Future Teachers of America Club was made at a chapel program. I. M. Tubb, state superintendent of education, ad- dressed the teachers after formal presentation of the charter had been made by Dean R. G. Lowry. The program was as follows: Peggy McGoughp devotional, Glenn Turner, tribute to George G. Hurst, Miss Alma Hickman: presentation of charter, Dr. R. G. Lowery, administration of F. T. A. pledge, Dr. H. D. Pickens, with Misses Alma Hickman, Emily Iones, and Willa Bolton, and T. H. Freeny assisting: introduction of speaker, W. L. Iohnsong and address by Hon. I. M. Tubb. - A representative group of the Future Teachers of America from M. S. C. visited the state department of education in Iackson. Dr. Cook spoke to the club on "Ambitions of Being a Teacher," discussing teaching in general: changes in the methods of teachingp and crisis in the teaching profession. Said Dr. Cook: "The great- est thing about the profession is the self-satisfaction one gets from the job." The F. T. A. planned a Gulf Coast trip to be made in March. The trip included a visit to Gulfport, Biloxi, and the Bellengrath Gardens in Mobile, Ala- bama. 'i"iomA 131 I9 Q ALLEN K. RANDLE KATTIE R. BYNUM Tl-IEO BRELAND MARY V. SULLIVAN O O OFFICERS . .... President Vice-President and Chairman . . , Secretary-Treasurer . . , . . . , . Reporter IULIAN L. CLARK Executive Committee Business Administration SAM PIERCE . . Executive Committee Business Administration SARAH M. BROWN First , ' if gf, 3... at 43' ' m-can ruff' 4 'IL z "tin-.A .wg . - 9233 Ro . . Chairman, Business Education MR. C. C. DAWSON . NELDA TRIGG . . WYNDAL I-IATI-IORN . GERRY SHOWS . EVELYN ENGBARTI-I . DOT DENNIS . . MR. W. B. I-IARLAN . MISS EVELYN McNEESE . . . . . . . Sponsor wx Randle, Bynum, Breland, Sullivan, Clark. Second Row: Pierce, Brown, Triqq, Hathorn, Third Row: Engbarth, Dennis, Harlan, McNeese Dawson. . Chairman, . Business Education . Business Education Secretarial Studies . Secretarial Studies . Secretarial Studies . Sponsor . Sponsor Shows. THE IIIIMMIHIIE Clllill 132 First Row: Mr Dawson, Fred McDaniels, Ed Devers, Theo Breland, Mary Virginia Sutherlin, Clyde Cooley, Miss McNeese, lames Wallace Aikens, Kattie Ruth Bynunf Iovce Swan, Sarah Margaret Brown, Mr. Harlan. Second Row: Harvey Teston, Forrest Saucier, George Ward, loe 'D-iclzsi.. Wyndal Hathorn, Ioe Blair, Gertrude Gifford, Carol Brentley, Allan Randle. Third Row' Wilbur Dorman, Leo Tomlin, Thurrel Lundy, Kate Sztirn Dorothy Massengale, lean Briggs, Evelyn Engbarth, Mary Alice Fancher, Iulia I-loldeman, Dot Dennis, Carolyn Magee, Maurine Robertson, Robert McCarthy. Back Row: Aubrey Swan, Melvin Sims, Bo Rockwell, Bill Smith, Omar Lee Beard, Iohn L. Dale, Howard Smith, Warren Nations, Hers? Napier, Iulian Clark, Nelda Trigg, Louise Hill, Billie Nobles. Not Pictured: Iohn I. Crawford, Ierry Shows, Sam Pierce, Betty Faye Braswell, D:r:'?r, Cook, Dalton Hill. Helen Iordan, Richard McCarthy, Vernell McQueen, Katherine Runnels, Aubrey Swac, lames l. Weeks, Stancil O. Wise, Mary Belle Wright, Helen Brock, Thomas Shields, William M. Moody, Dale Butler, C. K. Domergue, lr.. Iris Easterling, Lula B. Davis, Fran-:es Buckley, lchrg Turner, limmy Ford, Doris McCaskey. THE COMMERCE CLUB lt is a democratic organization which is opened to all who are interested in commerce. lt provides a medium through which business problems may be discussed, and encourages the importance of the field of business among the students. The club is composed of groups from three major fields: Business Administration, Business Education, and Secretarial Studies. PI OMEGA PI The Alpha Sigma chapter of Pi Omega Pi was installed on the campus of Mississippi Southern College on April 27, 1940. Pi Omega Pi is a national honorary commerce fraternity that was founded at i rn i Kirksville, Missouri, on lune 13, 1923 and has at present sixty-one chapters located for the most part in State Teachers College, State Colleges or State Universities. The aims of Pi Omega Pi are to encourage, pro' mote, extend and create interest and scholarship in commerce, to aid in civic betterment in colleges, to encourage and foster high ethical standards in business and professional life, and to teach the ideal of service as the basis of all worthy enterprise. Requirements for membership are twenty hours ot college credit in commerce, eight hours of college credit in education, "B" average in all commercial studies and at least a "C" average in all other college subjects. Gift O 0 OFFICERS EVELYN ENGBARTH , .,... . . .President RUBY SUE BUSH ...,. MARY CATHERINE HANSON NORMA IEAN LONG . . FRED BROOKS . DR. WILBER , The International Relations Club is affiliated with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. lt has for its purpose the creating of a spirit of World friendship among all people through the study and . . . Vice-President . . . . Secretary-Treasurer . . Acting Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . . Reporter . Sponsor discussion of world problems. The club is fostered by the Division of Social Studies. The membership is confined to students of outstanding interest and attainment in the field. First Row: Ruby Sue Bush, Evelyn Engbarth, Mary Catherine Hanson, Fred Brooks, Birdie Mae Buntyn, Nell Salters, Maxine Neel, Norma lean Long, Helen Sparks. Second Row: Dr. Wilber, Chester Avera, George Wescott, Warren Beard, Calvin Sinclair, Powell Ogleiree. I llll Allll Al Illlllllll Slllllli It - ill lllll kit ,... --- fl, .... ,-- .-- .. ,--. - P p-.- - Q.,-1 3 1 m First Row: Luther E. Lee, Alex Currie, Ir., Mr. G. G. Hurst, Mr. St. Clair, Dr. I. F. Walker, Edward Boehm, Hugh Barnes, Gordon Black, Spurgeon Eure, lack Reid, Edida McDonald, Rose Anne Roseland, Harmon Foster. Second Row: Tom Rhea Phillips, Douglas Mansen, I. V. Ray, Lee Walker, Barbara Walters, Iellies Kelly, Ierry Kennedy, Elouise Barrett, Iones Walker, M. G. Carroll, Louis Riley, N. D. Smith, Iimmy Anderson, Norman Walker, Bonnie lean Cleveland, Anna Ruth Sitts. Third Row: Vernon Scott, Marvin McLeod, lr., Anthony Pitalo, Billie B. Winstead, Robert Rouse, Robert Herrington, Leonard Lisoviet, Iames L. Fuller, Ir., Iames Brogan, Iames B. Stanley, Edward M. Palmer, Robert Perry. Not Shown: Iames Dietz, Curtis Powell, Billie Ray Ammons, Iohn McLeod, Hugh McLeod, I. McKenzie, Ioe Hurst, Harold Spence. OFFICERS HUGH B. BARNES . , . President MR. G. G. HURST . . Honorary Faculty Member JAMES DIETZ . . . Secretary EDWARD BOEHM . .... Vice-President GORDON C. BLACK . ...... Historian SPURGEON EURE . . . . Treasurer MR. W. F. ST. CLAIR . . Honorary Faculty Member DR. I. F. WALKER . . Faculty Adviser Truth I Pursue The Pre-Med Club on the M. S. C. campus Was organized December, 1946. The club seeks member- ship in the national fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Delta, and has as its purposes the encouragement of ex- cellence in Pre-medical work by furnishing a goal toward which the intended medical student may strive, bringing together similarly interested students, acting as a force in crystallizing any movement for the good of the student, and helping to bridge the gap between the spirit of the Pre-medical School and the School of Medicine. All students engaged in a scientific course leading to the study of medicine, having completed one quarter residence Work and attained an average grade of 80 or better, are invited to submit appli- cation. Honorary professional members are invited to attend various meetings and to take part in the pro- grams with lectures and discussions on the study of medicine. 1 ' .ct i cv 135 .1 3 - e - - --- vs ...-.. L. - .. F?E:il 1 K fcl' ami 12 iom -- OFFICERS JEAN WATTS , , . , President TRAVISTEEN RENFROE , N . Vice-President MARlE MOONEY . . , , Secretary EVELYN BROCK ,,,, , Treasurer MARY ELIZABETH GODBOLD . . Reporter The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to This is an organization open to all who are inter- develop more etlicient, all around citizens of the ested in the broad field of Home Economics. Majors community, nation, and world, and to foster a closer in this department take part in the programs so that relationship with others. a closer relationship with others may be attained. First Row: Miss Mizel, Bobbye Thompson, Willie Lou Barron, Ida Kate Smith, Mary Cleo Smith, Melanie Allen, Nell Salter, Berdelle Taylor, Elizabeth Hedskey, Frances Griffith, Sally Bodman. Second Row: Lerha Krohn, Katheryn Runnels, Charlotte Bivin, Billie Steele, Verda Pittman, Marie Mooney, lean Watts, Travisteen Renfroe, Patsy Conerly, Willie Grace Horn, Katherine Odom, lean Bryant. Third Row: Eddie Mae Iones, Fannie Will Clark, Betty V. Tones, Caroline Wilson, Mrs. Mildred Clark, Mildred Davis, Betty Langdon, Emmy Ferqerson, Cecile Smith, Patricia McLain, Ieanette O'Neal, Nancy Horton, Louise Burns, Louise White, Marie Rhodes, Miss Campbell, Martha Ann Fancher, Savella Clark. Hnlmt fun BQMICS stun I2llMl Ill Ctlll llll First Row: Eugenia Kizer, Lurline Norris, Martha Iames, Iuanita Parsons. Second Row: Betty Conner, Rita Polk, Berna Dean Kennedy, Hilda lo lohne son, Miss Emily Iones. Third Row: Rita Dabbs, Betty Kell, Patsy Gandy, Eddie Dawson, Elaine Williams, Not Pictured: Bertha Walley, Rosemary Watson, OFFICERS EUGENIA KIZER BERTHA WALLEY , MARTHA IAMES . LURLINE NORRIS MISS EMILY IONES . . The membership of the Elementary Council is com- posed of students who are majoring in Elementary Education. The general purposes ot the organization are: To further in every way the cause of Elementary Education and to establish a closer bond of friendship among its members. The group supplements the G ami L1 , President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Reporter Sponsor training acquired through the usual channels ot study. Outstanding educators are brought in for addresses and a spirit of active interest in any new development in any phase of child welfare is tos- tered. This organization is one of the two in Missis- sippi which is atfiliated with the National Association ot Childhood Education. 'fiom PI-IRIIEIYS PHUTUGRIIPHIE STUDIO FINE PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY REMEMBER Us FOR YOUR FUTURE Pl-loToeRAPl-llc NEEDS W. D. PARKER I I2O Wesi' Pine SI'ree'r SAUCIER'S SHELL SERVICE STATION Hardy S+. aI' 28II1 Ave. PHONE 2520 WASHING-TPOLISHING-WAXING SHELL LUBRICATION-GASOLINE-MOTOR OIL A CompIe're Line of Aufo Accessories A PERSONAL SERVICE THAT SATISFIES l 214 M 11+ S+. Ph 972 COMPLIMENTS COIVIPLIMEINITS OF GULF STATES CIGAR AND OF TOBACCO CO. SHELBY WHOLESALE GROCERY WHOLESALE Cigars, Tobacco, Candy, and Sundries HATTIESBUR6, MISS. CONGRATULATIONS FROM PHOENIX LAUNDRY O Q COIVIPLIIVIENTS Dwmwwwof QUALITY: F6ODSf'8i ,CONFEQIIONST . OF Fresh Po'ra+o Chips Are Our SpeciaI+y Telephone I I78 3Ol Gordon Sireef Haiiiesburg, Miss. COIVIPLIIVIENTS FROM THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK TI-IE GIFT STORE" DONAVAN 8: LANE Men's and Boy's Wear 5525-'IIE . 5I5 M S Ph II7 HUB CITY v OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Everyihing For The School . MIIIIISIPPL And Qgice 2I8 Wes? Pine Sfreef Ph 3380 CONGRATULATIONS FROM OF U If E' MCARTHUR CHEVROLET HATIIESB e SS "Friendly Service" COMPANY MOAK'S BUS LINE Mccoma, MISSISSIPPI Phone I30O JEMOAKP d Prompi' Day and Ni-ghi' Service MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE STATION A, I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Member of: The SouThern AssociaTion of Colleges and Secondary Schools The American AssociaTion of Teachers' Colleges The NaTionaI AssociaTion of Schools of Music The American Council on EducaTion LOCATION: Mississippi SouThern College is in The cenTer oT SouTh Mississippi, convenienTly locaTed almosT equidisTanT Trom Jaclcson, Meridian, GulTporT and Mc- Comb. The buildings are new, clean, and modern in a beauTiTul seTTing, wiTh pine Trees, waTer oalcs, azaleas, camellias, a sunlcen garden, and a Tropical lagoon. COURSES OF INSTRUCTION: Courses leading To The B.S. and The B.A, degrees are oTlered and several graduaTe courses are oTTered during The Summer OuarTer. Courses are oicfered in EducaTion oT Teachers, Science and MaThemaTics, I-lome Economics, Music and ArT, Commerce and Business, Social STudies, I-lealTh and Physical EducaTion, Languages, English, Speech, Journalism, lndusTrial ArTs, Library Science, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Law, Pre-Engineering and Medical Technician. OPPORTUNITIES FOR VETERANS: Courses Tor VeTerans are available in all oT The college Tields. A special course in The OperaTion oT a Small Business will begin on June IO. lWriTe Tor special bulleTinl. An inTensive course Tor Homemalcers is oT- Tered. OpporTuniTies Tor malcing up high school uniTs will be given To VeTerans. RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: ConcreTe Tennis courTs, a swimming pool, a nine-hole goll course, a gymnasium, Tours To New Orleans, deep sea Tishing on The coasT, lecTures and dances will be available To sTudenTs during The Spring and Summer QuarTers. MEETING THE NEEDS OF TEACHERS AND SUPERINTENDENTS: Teachers worl- ing on degrees may compleTe sixTeen weelcs oT worlc by enrolling on April 29Th and conTinuing Through The Summer OuarTer. Courses in The elemenTary and secondary Tields will be oTTered To boTh Teachers and adminisTraTors. A I-lealTh Worlcshop and a Reading Clinic and many oTher worlcshops and conTerences will be held during The Summer OuarTer. WOODRUFF FASHION SHOP COMPLIMENTS The Exclusive Laclies' Ready-'ro-Wear Op S II I I ly w spring arrival h Il h I II947 IC Iifomia g P +V 412m 5 + Tlph 2809 CONGRATULATIONS COMPLIMEN-I-S FROM THE NEW OF STANDARD DRUG THE WHITE SYSTEM InsI'aIImenI' Loans Ql'l'lel'fl6el" PORKYS' COLLEGE GRILL Where Good Food Is a TreaI'! 2600 HARDY STREET HATTIESBURG MISSISSIPPI COMPLIMENTS OF ROYAL THEATRE HaHiesburg's Only Home Owned SUE HALL- OW' and All wwe Thea+re I25 W. Fronf SI. 200 ST. Paul ST. 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