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

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O, EIIIMERICH. ............... ........... M CComlJ Seventh Cotzgzessiorzal District 523, R. ITIQNLEY ........... . ..... ....... ....... M a con I First Congreuional District ...............Poplarvi11e e Court Distrift . . .hICI'idiZ1I1 State-at-Large MILLER. ..................... Meridian Fifth Congressional District MEMBERS WITH TERMS MAY 7, 1952 MRS. Hxzm, PERRY LIQIQ.. ................. Eupora LB. W. REED ................................. Tupelo Fourth Cotzgzfuiorzrzl Dixtrirt ' V f"' Nortlzezn Suprrnze Court Diglrirt H. G. CAIIPLNTLR ..... ............ R culling Fork f R. B. SMITH, JR. ............................. Ripley Third C'O7lgIfX.St0llfll District Sefond Congrf .uional Diatzict PAUL H. BOWIJRE. . . ............ ........... H Cl'Il2lDdO La B!l'lll'f' T'I1lXf6'6 fDeSot0 Counlyj OFFICERS OF THE BOARD J. YV. BAc:Ks'I'RoM. . . .. .PlAt'.YTII't'l1f R. JOIIE .... .... I f.X'l'f1lfil't' Svrzetary p res ide n t Dr. ll. l'. fools Wit Dr. R. C. Cook, Southernis fifth President, has faithfully served both Mississippi and her youth since July 1, 1945. His tireless efforts, his administrative ability, and his gracious manner have won for him the respect of our state and the love and friendship of our entire student body. To him go our thanks for a six-year task superbly done. 17 4 l i ll 1 i 1 ll iii .2 E f 1 4 3 1 Righl: D11 LLL.. LIP IDR. R. G. LOWRICY ILS.. AI, X., I'lu.Il. ljfflll nf Sfllllfllf Ilvl'!fIll't' MRS. LUN.-X Y. UOLTQII Il. X., AI..X, IJIYIII uf HVHIIIVII Jean Left: DR. R, A. RICLRKIORE I1..X., Rl..X., I'l1.l'. DMU! of Ihr' ffrfffffz' DR. W. H. SKMRALL ILS., MAX., I'l1.I'. Dum nf Gmdzzufv .Yvlzfml Ar" 'UW X 'Q divi io ad First Row: ROY G. BIGELOW . . . Education and Psychology B.S., M..-X., PlI.l P. HARRISON H. FINLAYSON ..... .. BERTHA M. FRYTZSCHI2. . B JOSEPH ARTHUR GREENE J. R. JOHNSON ......... BQS.. Second Row: CLARENCE E. MCC.ARVER B.S. .S., M.A., l'h.lV. A.B., M.A. .. .Military Science Home Economics Commerce . . . . . . . .Extension and School Service LL.B., M..-X.. Ed,I Y. ...... .Health and Physical Education B.S.. M..-X., Ed.D. New S! W. W. STOUT. .. JAMES FREDERICK WAI J. D.-XI.E VVELSCI-I. .. LEON A. WILBER . O. V. AUSTIN. .. JOHN M. FRAZIER. . . .KER .X.H.. .X,H.. .X,l5,, .X.Y3.. Not . .. ....Language and Literature BLA., I'h.D. . . . . . . . .. ...Biological Sciencm ALS., Ph.lv. . ..Speecl1ArtI ALM., If:fl.lr. .. .Social Studies MAX.. Ph.1'l. Pictured Phyxical Science and Mathematics .-MB., M.A. Bb.. ,...... ...Practical Artx J' IVLA. FRANK EARL MARSH, JR. ............ . .Fine Arts I SEI? .X l I , :P 95? Q, D'-I..."N I N ..-,4. , .,.. KS J , I , 2' -. "We-K 5 Q ' KAI ' 'Sn if - J ixixxi X .... . J I9 MIISJ3-., BLA. ggi' ...mao- is I f 'X S I, ex i K, . ,. 5.1 I -. ' -...ff ' s... 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BS, IxI'.EfI., I ELSIE JEAN BOSCHERT ........... Second Row: B.S.. NLS. ZED H. BURNS .... .... J ..... . .. 'hil- B.S., MA., EILIJ. ERNEST QUEEN CAMPBELL .,........ AB., MA. WILBUR LLOYD CARR. . ...... Health A.B., M.A. AUSTIN B. CHAPPELLE ..... . ..... .. B.S., M.S. ROBERT C. CONGLETON. . . ....... . .. BS. MS. THERESA MARY COPPOLA ........... Third Row: O. N. DARBY ......... J. TREADNVELL DAVIS. MARIE DAVIS. . Fourth Row: ANNIE L. D7OI.IVE. . B.S., Phlf. CARL R. CRITES .................. Economics and Marketing M.B.A. STARLING CUMBERWORTH. . ..... . . . . BM., M.M. OVERTON ANDERSON CURRIE .......... B.B.A., LL.B. B. S., M. A. B.S., 1VI.A., Ph.D B.A., M.A. B.S.. M.A. RUTH B. DUNCAN.. .......... .. CARLDURKEE.. . . . . .. LEON EUBANKS. . W. W. EUBANKS. . . Fifth Rewz VIRGINIA FELDER. . . . . . B.S., M.A., DI B.S., BLA. Ed. KATHERINE MARIE EIDE. . . . . . . . .. MuS.B., MuS.M. " MA1 ' ' 'B.'Sf.'iI1S. Assistant Librarian ... . . . .Education ..Geogfaphy . . . . . .Education .Home Economics ...Education .. . .Sociology and Physical Education .. ...Physics ... . . .Psychology ... ...Home Economics ..........1VIusie . .Commercial Law . . .English . . . .History ...Education . . ..... A rt Assistant Librarian . .Psychology ...Music ..........English .Superintendent of Grounds Mathematics and Asst. Dean of Women A.B., M.S. GLENN B. FITZPATRICK. . . ..... . ...... . . .Mathematics PEB.. MS. MINNIE B. FORD... ...Education B.S., M.A. PORTER LEE FORTUNE, JR.. . .. x If M .Q . . I'1I.1s ETHEI. FRAZIER .... ............... A.I:., MA. ALTRA HOWSE GILL.. .... .... ns., M.S. Sixth Row: LENAY.GOUGH... AJ2., M . A . DEAN PACK GRIFFIS .......... B.S., E. E. HALL ........ ....... . M, A. R.Efl.. DLS WILLIA M B. HARI,AN ......... BS., ,, PILI HAROLD M. HEFLEY ........... ' M Q R.h., .. MARY SLOAN HAWKINS ....... .-LB., B.. Seventh ROW: ALMA HICKMIXN A I2 Ph BETTY TRAVIS HIGKMAN. . . . . . B. BESS COOPER HOPKINS ....... A. B., B. GEORGE GIBSON HURST ...... V. . . .History . . . . . . . . .English ...Horne Economics ...Dean of W'omen . . . .English . .Geography . .Commerce ...Biology ...English ..........English . ...Physical Education MAX. t1iiI's. 'Mfrif 'Isiji' ' " ..... S., M.A. - Bb. GEORGE EUGENE IMBRAGULIO.. B.M.. EMILY PEYTON JONES ....... Eighth Row: MARION CLONVER JOHNSON. . .. RAD.. SARAH STEVENSON JOHNSON.. A,B., JOHN M. KING..... BS., NORVIN L. LANDSKOV ........ M.M. IQIY Af MS. MA.. MA. A.B., M.A PEARL REYNOLDS LEEGH. . . .. AB., VVALTER JAMES LOK ...... . . .. Blk-S Ninth Row: R. G. LOWERY. .. .... . . .. ., PILIJ MAX. M . D me S .. . .English ...Chemistry . . . .Piano ...Education .. .Physical Education . . ...Language ...Education ...Education ...Education ....Art .........Dean ofMen Physical Education and Health M A I1'.S., M.A., I'1I.D LEARLENE LOXVRY . ..... . MARY JO M.fXGEE. . .......... . . AB.. BS JANE IVIAGRUDER .... ............ AB.. MA. SHIRLEY M.ARCELLLTS .............. IKM., MM. R. A. BICLEMORE .................. A.B.. M. sl, PII . TP. ...Librarian ...Speech ........ Music Dean of the College BIvI'l ura- BIl'Qll2lLfLf1' M i lain Llllllc-r Munn Nydogg-vr Pvll Pierutt Pryor ltlhilthlllilll Siu-t rv S0014 Tlmmzu' Tlmnlas, IC. J. I'lmnms, IC. V. 'I'urn4-r Yun llmrk Vnrrvl man Hill kills Yfrlrh Hllih- W ix .4 Q A H-Q .., . if -if i 4 f if x , f '- ,5 'j,:1 , . . , -pf Q ' f f 'f' fi ' ,V 511 V . Q., . ,W N S X- ' 11 Xa ' D - 1 , V A -Www 'SQW , ' fy 1 .V Ji. 1 Fx Y , v we 575' was fri 23 air? - Z 'IK ng, . i .IL-1, N gi i lu... ,pv 21,35 'fn 9 g i Q :F S A WH 3 i VY' , -.Q 'JK I 5 E -3- f 1 if ll: X, pw Q-.ff im X 4--5 ,J ar '11 -av X11 1 X - fl bf i. .I ',,," E nv , R , T' K- .51 'fy' X QF? f 4 2 K 'f '25 KJ, ff-'14 Q , 5' 'Lf , . I 4 'Y V Hx - ,,- ki X , , a ,v Q i A V I QMS! , , , ,W J lv . x ,,- , vm V as - 23' , A i ' ,X Y' rg v ...gf -su. 'QA N , I , --1 v , ' Q in A 5, i :'-mw,xaq-- W. I .,,,.,m, MQ.: ,ll IM" 4-Esc ' 1 X fm N N in-r L 'Ev i- -s 1 in ' x 'V ,sax -1? -11' 34. X f. -ang if X li. 1 ..l Z' ,- V4 1' X if i 'R L- C? I K -4 ,AAA 1 Cx wb , J' "1 7- 'S N Sn V -5 X Q, V 'W , s X ' 1 40 iq' L X Miller Missa! Moore Palmer Patton Ps-af'ul'k Pulley Rawlings R0h1'l'lS Shands Sumrall Switzer Tlwmns O. M 'flmmpson Thurston Vinnmlge N'nIcIPn xvilfll Wilder Wills XY auur ulruff Young fa ulty and adm'nistrator First Row: CORRINE LICCLURE.. ....... Supervisor of Student Lounge B.A. CARL L. MCQUAGGE ......... Director of Demonstration School B.S., M..-X. LLOYD MILANI.. ......... Health and Physical Education AB., M.A., PILD. LEO REYNOLDS MILLER. . . ...... ..... . EAI.. M,S.Ed., ELLTT. JOSHUA M. MISSAL.. ........ ..... B.AI.. MAI. ..Ea'-ucation ... . .Mzlsic H. A.SHANDS... .......... A.Ia., ALA., I"I1.I'v. W. H. SUMRALL .... ... ...... . ..... Dean of ILS., A.I:., MA., 'I-11.11. . .Language Graduate Studies JAMES RICGINALD SWITZER. . .. . .Health ana' Physical Education BS, ALA. Fifth Row: ERNESTINE THOMAE. .. .. ........ ...English and Language A. H.. MAX. EDWARD J. THOMAS.. . . . ..... . . . . A.I2., M.A. ELIZABETH CAROL THOMAS ............ Musik, MuS.M. ORVIIIE M. THOMAS ....,...... . . . . .. ALA. AMELIA C. THOMPSON ..... . ....... ... MA. ERIC LLEWELLYN THURSTON. .. .... .. Bb., ILA. Sixth Row: HENRY G. TURNER .... .. ..... ..... HS., ALA. BENJAMIN ORMOND TVAN HOOK ...... A.I3., M.A. F. A. VARRELMAN.. . A.I2., AM. HEWITT B. VINNEIWGE. . . .... .History, Religio A.I1:., AM., I':.I-., S.'I'.M., PILII. IRENE WALDEN .... . ............. ... Bs., M,A. BENJAMIN QUINN WARD ........ . . .. AB.. MA. Seventh Row: ...Matlzetrzzltics ..Mzisic ..IndustrialArts Home Economics .Militrlrjf Science ...Economics . . .Matlzerrzatics . . . .Biology ng. and Ph ilosoplzy ...Education . .Biology R. .ANGELINE YVATRINS ........ Health and Physical Education BN.. M..-X. ALLIE M.LXRGUERlTE VVEEB. . . . . . .... . . AE.. M.A. F. A. WHITE. .. ........ ... A.B., M.S. ANNET1'EB.VVII,IJER.. . B . .English ..Biology . .Library Science A. ., M,A. JOHN NVILLIAM VVILLS ................. Speech ana' Dramatics A.I2,. M.A. MARVIN L. WOODRUFF.. ........ . .Alilitary Science B.S. DAN YOUNG .. ............... ...English A.L:., MA., I'h.1.'. WILSON VVALIACE MOORE .............. . . .Psychology AE., M.A., DD., 'I'I1.M Second Row: LEO CLAUDE MULLER. . ........ . . .journalism PILB. JACK DOUGLASS MUNN ............ . .Mathematics H.S.. MA. MELVIN G. NYDEGGER ...... . ..... . . . .Language B.S., MA. JOHN T. PALMER. . . . ............. . .English BS.. M.A. MINNIE PATTON. . . . ............. Home Economics B.S., MS. M. O. PEACOCK. .. . .......... . .Biology A.B., M.s. Third Row: C. L. PELL. . . .............. . . .. ...Language A.I3., M.A., PILD. IDA MAE PIERATT. . . ............. . . .Commerce A.B., M.A. THOMAS MORRIS PRYOR ........... . . .Commerce B.S.. M.A. MARY WINTON PULLEY ........... . . .Registrar B.S. PAULINE RAWLINGS. . . ............ ..... C omnzerce B.S., MS. ANNA MARGARET ROBERTS ............ .Head Librarian A.I3., M.A., B.S. Fourth Row: H. WILLIAM RODEMAN .... . ........ . . .History B.s., M.A. GILBERT SAETRE . . ........... . .Music B.s.. ALA. GLENN R. SCOTT. . . ........ ..C.P.A., Accounting B.S. Sf ,rl . '22 we ' K, nj. 4' iw. KKWQAV Q-'fl' I A ,.1.a:.hf1f: , .. " , V ,mm . , 4, ,,.,, ,Q 31 Lai 1 M3'Q?9f3,y,ba3g?1M,,4L 1 5 Qujw, ,A Y ., J 4 4 ah KY NQIM1 M V94 vm! M Mr , J N A A A A ff A 'hW"' A"M"L+4-1M-gg A ' 'WA' A ', AZTAQJQ-,.4li A a , 'A " ' A """-'-MM...,,-L5,- 1 fl A My .f Awww :-,f V 'M " AAA' - M- QV- 44 - " W' : fg l " ' A 'Aw -1-:.1,..,4cf"f'em:-iw 5- . ..,,. ,- W. ,Way Q .-A vgihj fegpm 1 -A-PM f-ws ,4 RQY ALT YOFX9 2 OUEE ,I Y az, 1 'nk .-fi If rye? ti ' 5 AR, N W ' , A n oucf-4 --va. f n ...,,,,! BEAUTIES ON PARADE a4""'W5. xx V f - , awf.4a,5. M if .QV H 1.5 9? ' 35?-"9 My ,V xg.-, YA BUMPER BUMPER TO activities Tar' K BAR MXHKIUN "BLD" Bl'LLOf'li Presiilent of Stutln-nl Gnu-rnlnelll EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MARION BULLOCK .. .... President TOMMY VVOOD . . .. .Ist Vice President DALTON BURCH .... 2nd Vice President MERLE NEYVTON .. .... S ecre tary SHIRLEY THIGPEN .. ...Treasurer DR. LOINREY . .. ...Advisor tud nt governm nt The Student Council is the major legislative body of student government at Southern. The Council, assisted by Di. Lowrey, is composed of Five elected oflicers, a representative of each class, and representatives of the organizations whose aims meet Student Council ap- proval. Power is invested in the Council to determine the policies of student government, to recognize and supervise all student activities and their contributions to the student welfare. to reward organizations making the greatest contribution to student government, and to allocate and supervise the expenditures of student fees. The 1950-51 school year saw the Student Council sponsor the following: The placing of coke machines in the dormitories and other buildings and new telephones in the dormitories, the presentation of the Mobile llale Choir, the Sadie Hawkins Dance. the Beauty Ball. and numerous week-end dances in cooperation with the social organizations on the campus. Left. in liiglltl Merle Nl'U't0ll, Bud liulluek, Shirley 'llIlIg'lK'll, Tolnlny Nlvoll, Dalton Burch, Dr. li. G. Lowrey. fi? "1. li l 405 AX,-,I at U: 'C' ,, ,, llr-.t Row lett to right, Pat Bulloek, Shirley Thigpt-n, 'l'ommy Wood, Rnd Bulloek, Dalton Bnrvh, Merle Newton. Ralph Sinnnons, Dr. Lon ru Seumtl Ram left to right, Dot Cath-llings, Pal Rentlnmn, Emily lfllam. Della Sims, 3Iill'g'lll't-'f !Yriglit, Sarah Jane Ifliltly, Roherl Mor- gan, Helen Hflll lhlrd Row: left to right, Malek Hzllnrivk, Bop:-e li2lH'l'lllll'll4', ,lillith Smith, Ruse Marie llawlcslrmn, Dorothy .hm Stuart, Floy lull Jail Npente Ulrolyn Rupple. Fourth Row: left- tu right, Alton Lefeve, Jerry Simon, Charles Daws, Rielmral Jones, John Russ, Roy-e ndarson Dutllex Nl lples. Fifth Row: left to right, Bill t'orIc-5, N'inl'retl fiilllhlllll, Ralph ISIIIIISCIIP, Reese Helmer, -Ir., ll:-wilt Yinnvll1.:e, -lr., Jake funtwi-II, Zan Skelton. SARA JANE ICDDY President of lV.S.G.A. Marion Bullock Tommy Wood Dalton Burch Merle Newton Shirley Thigpen Ralph Simmons Richard Jones Pat Readman Mack Hamriek Sara Jane Eddy Dudley Maples Gwin Young Eugenia Howell Zan Skelton 27 MEMBERS Ralph Dallsche Reese Helmcr, Jr. Royce Henderson Bea Martin Tom Barrett Jake Cantwell Vern Easterling Edith Smith Harlan Vinnedge Ma1'ie Backstrom Emily Elain Dorothy Stuart Floy Polk Dot Catchings Helen Hall Margaret Vliright Jack Spence Robert Morgan .lt-rald Simon Alton Lefeu Pat Bullock Boyce Hathorn Caroli iit' Ruppt-1 Xvlllf1'l'd Call irwti n John Russ Mary King Gene Nlyres Re-x Hulsey Della Sims 1117 MARY TOM IVILLIAMS. .. FRED CAMP WILSON . SHIRLEY FIIHIGPEN ... BOI1 TOUHEY ..... JACKIE EKES . .. SUE MCCOOL ..... MARGARET GOOCH. . . AIMEE TINDALI.. .. CHARLES DAWS. .. LEO CLARK ..... 1.-41 e an n H - H Loft to right: Ainu-0 Timlall, Fred WVilsmI, Shirley Tlligpen. Mary Tom XYillianIs, Charles Daws. EDITORIAL STAFF .........Edit0r .Associate Editor . . . .Class Editor ...Class Editor ...Class Editor ...Class Editor ... .Class Editor . .Sorority Editor Fraternity Editor . . . . . . . .Athletic Editor BILL HAYS. . .. . .. .ALBERT JOHNSON. . . JOYCE M.fXGEE ..... JOANN IVALDRUP. . . BOB MOORE ..... ED SCHMELLINO .. . GORDON BLACK. .. BOBBY MOULDER. . . VVINFRED MONCRIEF. .... . BOBWALLER .. .Organization Editor ..... . . . . . .Organization Editor ...Religious Organizations Editor . . . .Religious Organizations Editor ....................Lay-out ...,....................ArtIVork Group and Snap-Shot Photographer Group and Snap-Shot Photographer .Group and Snap-Shot Photographer .................BeautyPortraits DELMA STUDIOS ........... .............. C lass Portraits BUSINESS STAFF TOMMYE NELL MORRIS .... . . .Business Manager BOB CAYVTHORN .... .... A ssistant Business lllanager Bob Cnwtlmrn, 'l'umnIyv Morris. w TX lr 'U' 2 3 . ,X fy! 'ff' XV MARY TOM XVILLIAMS TOMMYE NELL MORRIS NIR. J. T. 1'Al,MlCR Editor Business Manager Faculty Advisor I9 I outher er One of the first to leave Mississippi Southern in answer to the call of Uncle Sam was Bob Moore, Editor of the 1951 SOUTHERNER. Later a student body election was held, and Mary Tom Williams was elected to the post of Editor. A couple of weeks later Eddy Schmelling, our Business Manager, dropped out of school. Another special election was held and Tommye Morris became the Business Manager. Then the 31st Division of the National Guard was called into service, and Major Gordon Black, our staff photographer, said goodbye. We gath- ered our strength, tackled the job, and work began in Sep- tember with the class portraits and ended in February with the last copy off to Nashville. Thanks go to the staff for much work and timeg to Bob Moore for the lay-out and dummyg to Eddy Schmelling for the art work: to Mr. J. T. Palmer for sticking with us for the third yearg to Gordon Black for the endless trips and picturesz to Bobby Moulder for taking over and finishing the picturesg to Bob Gawthorn for taking over the advertising when we were business managerlessg to Dr. R. C, Gook, the administration, faculty and the student body for their cooperationg to our portrait photographer, Delma Studios, Benson Printing Gom- pany, and Shreveport Engraving Company for being both help- ful and patient with us. We hope the 1951 SOUTHERNER meets with your approval and will serve as a pictoral history of this great school year. Left to right: Jackie Ekes, Joyce Magee, Albert Johnson, Sue Mt-Cool, Jo Ann xv2Illill'll1D, Margaret Gooch. x N xx 'A u W U- it x, X1 GLEN JONES JAKE CANTIYELL MR. LICO BIIQLLER 1951 stud A new Faculty Advisor in September-a new Editor in December and still the news leaks out. Distributed eleven Fridays a quarter, the Print: Covers all the news from soeiety to sports, Operating the same as a full time weekly. the Student Print: keeps the students informed on local, national, and universal news. Columns that find their way in print every issue are "Viewing the News" by ntprint NValker, "Platter Chatsw by Banks: "Book Reviews" and "Soeiety,' by Tindall. and "De lYords" by ,de lVeir. Under the editorial reins of Jim Whitelaw and Glen Jones and with the expert guidance of Klr. Leo lNIuller, the Print: has progressed to the stage that the staff has entered the 1950-51 copies in national competition with other College newspapers aeross the eountry+g'All Amer- Nloulder and Griffin, "Opinion Poll" by Ingersoll and iean or Hustf, 1 tm-.on Shirley 'l'hi1.1pen, Jau-k Strong, Faye Courtm-y, Glen Jones, lmve Yowell. Bobby Moulder, Juek Strong, 'J' 47 'Sf -'x. .'.a"'N 30 pf Jil' fl-.-1' In ' , :YR Q5 J' .A -. ' .vi :iv f 4 . AN' 1 ' - .Q 'Q .T-gr . -- . -' ':. A , 'I' wr ' A -' " ' W .1 . n ' .. , , .. E. ,- . O 00 Q .F 1 X f- -' '-- '1 ..1'- . , , . 0 sf " nk' or , , .O 4'-U ,A . -in .. Q.. 1 . .. . -' . '1 .4 ' -dxf-' -'Y I .. "sv" 5 .. E . 0: a I, W fu is ' -Q 1- 4 cv no GLEN JONES. . . MILDRED DEWEI MARY KING .... BETTY DOHERTY AIMEE TINDALL. JIMMY PRICE. . JAKE CANTWELL A N 'ff A Q ' 'fl 5' 23.332 J, .. is "lf Y '55 -X sg.. sw .5 .R A ,gre I MS .Q W 1,3 'Swv' Left In right: Glvn James, Marg King, B4-tip Dullerty, Jim xvlll4'l'lil.H', Mildred Smith, Bubhy Mulllall-r. EDITOR ... . . .. . . .Executive Editor IAL STAFF REPORTERS JACK STRONG, FAYE COURTNEY, BILL LEWIS, AN R SMITH.. . . .De k Edt THONY JIMI- s z or , GEORGE ME'FZ, PEGGY C1R.XWl,l'LYv, SALLY WARREN, CILYMER WRIGHT NEZ, BETTY LACK, JOHN M.-XNt'llN, BOBBY MOUI.DER . . . .News Editor J JO ANN AN.-XLDRUP, DAVE VOwEI.I., LORENA GARRISON, JOH- - - -- -Fwfufff Editor NEEN INGERSOLL, JOYCE WALKER, JUDY WILSON, DEAN GRIF- . . . D .Society Editor FIN, LUCY PITTMAY, PEPITA LEYVA, .ANNA IQATI-lERINErXNlI: LIAMS, SID HALL, ROY DARBY, BIITTE CHAIN, NONA INNON, . .Sports Editor CJSCAR BANKS. BUSINESS STAFF . . . . . . . . . ...Business Manager DUDLEY NIAPLES ..... .... . . . ...-lssistarzt Busirzvss Alarzager SHIRLEY THIGPEN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager Left to right: Dudley Maples, Shirley Thigpen, Jim liowlandg sented: -luke Cantwell. S' I ' ,.,,,. , NJ an I xr W N N ,W 31 M y llow ja leets To promote school spirit . . . that is the primary purpose of the Yellow Jackets. This organization is composed of sixteen sophomore boys . . . two representatives from each social fraternity . . . four from the student body at large. This was its First year on the campus , . . a 'lhowlingn success. IA-ft tn Right: FIRST RUN! hvllI'l'C'll lf'orlvllIn-r- ry, Bill lit-nm-dy, Robert Morgan tpre:-aitlentl, Dick Buss, Rhym- Mr-Graur. NICCUND ICON! Jimmy Sims, lfliurles Duns, Erin-st M1-Iiritln-, Jimmy lhlmilton, llenry D4-Hitt. Hubby llllflll r. , , . if . s The voice of women stu- dents at Southern . . , en- deavoring to increase a sense of individual responsi- bility and of unity in all women students. Officers: Sara Jane Eddy, President: Johneen lngersol, lst Vice Presidentg Nancy Jackson, 2nd Vice President: Betty Jeanne Smith, Civic Coun- cil Chairmang Ann Hassel, Secretaryg Glen Mary New- son, Treasurer. Left to Right FIRST ROKY: Sara- Jane Eddy, Joan Red, Bubbye XVindha.m, Di- anne Newsnnl, Mary Fulton, Pa- tricia Ynrner, Johneen Ingersol, Mildred Garretty. SECOND KONE Sara Weaver, Betty Jean Smith, Hughlene Rob- ers, Lou Lawrence, Gloria Talor, Amelia Gran-ser, Nita Molfett, Dot M4-Manus, Nancy Jackson. THIRD ROKY: Becky McLeod, Helen Mclieth, Kathryn S-tringer, Patsy Munn, Emily Elam, Ann Hassell, Lucy Pittman, Glen Mary Newsom. FOURTH ROWV: Eloise Chain. Carolyn M4-David, Mary Beth Burke, Sara Mai-Davis, Martha Frances Cleveland, Mary Ann Dent, Betty xvilldlltllll. FIFTH ROYY: Ida Marie Milner, Tommie Pope, Edith Smith, Miss Felder, Mrs. Gough. yy.-as Q.- . 4' vt . KM A i . S :N -9.4 .9 , . 1 s 1 I eerl ader They are in the air and ev- erywhere . . . and they yell a n d yell and yell for SOUTHERN! Left to right: Suzanne Bright, Corky Capps, Phyllis Ivy, Bulldy Kline, Joyce Lingle, W'allur'e Mn- jors, Jerry Stevenson. Not pictured: Sonny Bates. pe quad ,L A patch of black and gold that raises yells on both home and foreign soil. FIRST RUXY. lef-t to right: Joanne Rell, Gladys M1'Cann, June Tollell- stone, Marlven Hubbard. -I4-an Mel- vin, Audit-e l.a1lner, Reita Ellix. SECOND ROWV: Joyce Magee. Jo Minino, 'Mary Anne Hood, Patrim-ia Anmlrm-ss, Beverly Small, Janie Seal, Tommie liigtlon. 'l'lllliD KOXY: Fay Leu, Barham Brvlldlllll. Joyce Salnples, Virginia Toelke, 1Vilnn Nell Fair, Martha Hays, Johneen Ingersoll. FOFRTH ROXY: Jeanette Meath- ershy, Bonnie Curtis, M a 1' i all n Marius, Elizabeth H4-liner, Jo Ann M'aldrup, Fram-es Berry, -lac-quw line Jones. FIFTH ROYY: llc-len l'l0I't9lllH'l'I',Y, Carolyn Martin, Sue Myers. 1 .153 '49 4, i h4L.t..B,. Top, Left: "The Devil and Daniel VVebster." Top, Right: Crew members hard at wor k. Bottom, Left: "Bien Play Cards as N omen Do." Bottom, Right: "The Corn Is Green." The play is the thing . . . under the direction of Mr. John 1Vills and Mr. John Mullin. The Southern Players presented Tennessee lVilliams' "The Class Menagerie" in the Spring of 1950, Emil lililliams' "The Corn Is Green" during the Fall of 1950, and Noel Cowarclis "Blithe Spirit" in the YVinter of 1951. During the Summer of 1950, a bill of three one art plfxxs w'1s given to afliord opportunity for a greit number of people to work with the Southern Players. The aequuin, of 1 scene shop was Certainly a feather in the Players' cips Top, Left: "The Glass Menagerie." Top, Right: "The Corn is Green." Bottom, Left: Mr. Hills does some directing Bottom Right Some make Alpha Psi Omega. r I fi? 5 We M 1. . R if in I I ,... ft-' , 1 i f' ix: Q 1 LA. x ?"'1 ALPHA PS1 UMEBIX t X 1 1+ radio work hop ?f'h One of the most modern studios and control 25' rooms among southern colleges . . . produces tp Aj shows on local radio stations such as 'QOH the Recordw and "Southern Campus News" . students write, produce, and direct shows both for credit and for fun . . . operates the same as a full time radio station for an hour and a half three times a week. It's Oil' the Record and for You Time Out for a Short One 'fWMS" On the Air 'Nu 'S'-mmf 35 southern singers Loft to right: Klzinicc lirway. Erlinc Fergu- son. Joanne Qnzirlc-S. joan Tricsclnnann. 'l'onnnic Popv. Lava-rii Klyrm. Evelyn lX10HtQOIIlf'I'Y. Gwm-n Rilvy. Klzirtlia Frances Clove-lzind. Kzitlicrinc- Holiday. fXlartlia Mziyni-ld. .laCkic Polli. At thc piano . . . Norma Slim-dd. nzadragallians Luft to right: liill Selah. Bobby Clcnicnt. Lzivonnc Hudson. Peggv Cooper. Joyful 'lll101IlIJ5UI1. Blnrgarct Ski-lly, llnriv Blur- tin, juni lVIzn'ic Klilling. Mziifiii Young. Bobby Nlcasclls, Alvin Klooru. Holi Storiv. string quartet Lvlit to right: Mr. Shannon. R111 Cuinbcr- wortli, lliss l'liClC. XIII Klisvnl. opera workshop lmlit to riglit: llawiigircl llcglrson. rllllllllllll llopc, liolmluy Clviiiviitx. Ni-ll ll illiannx. Cvcil llax1'pm'1', Ray NlLll'Cl1l'IlL'l1. land linircl. liolilix' lii11gslw1'1'x'. clll1lI'll'N Nlflwllglll. -lim Cg11'nc'11tv1'. i I Left to right: First Row: Janice Nowell, Benny Measells, Mart-ia Young, Joyce Tholnpson, Joan 'l'riz-selmmu, Tommie Pope, Gwyn Riley, Martha Cleveland, Marie Martin, Merle Hudson, Dot Lacy, Blain lfflllllill-'l1l, Marie lg2ll'liNll'lIlll, Norma Shecltl, Beverly Meln-ty re. Seeontl row: Joanne Qunrrles, Billie Jane Sllotts. Billie Retllerfortl, Janiee Bovay, Erline li'erg'uson. Jnekie Buekslroni, Margaret Shelly, Mary Stuart llurlnon, Marie Stoner, Bonnie Flemming, Katherine Holiday, Peggy Ezell, .-hnelia Graser, Nlartha Nlzlylieltl, Gloria liielll, Peggy Cooper. Third row: Hue Jaekson, Jenn Clmrbouneau, Edna liiee, Clam-les Mc-Lellautl, liiehurd Jordan, Luvonne Hudson, Bobby Clenu-nt, Alvi Moore, Bill He-ilriek, liohhy Meusells, Paul Sylivious, llielmril Norman, Kay Polk, Jackie Polk. Fourth row: IN-:Jay Peevy, Evelyn M0llfg0HH'ry, Jael: Davis. Shannon Slylielfl, John Johnson, Bill Rich, Brooks Trailor, Bob Stone, Hilb Bontl, Jean Milling, Bobby James, 9 BOBBY CLEMENTS . . The Vesper Choir, Southern's largest Choral organiza- tion, is composed of students chosen by audition. This group of talented students, directed by Mr. Frank Earl Marsh, head of the Fine Arts Division, makes two annual tours-one at Christmas time when it presents Handcl's Messiah and the other during the Spring when both Mississippi and surrounding states are touched. The Hattiesburg Choral Union, of which the Vesper C . . .President Choir is the nucleus and which is also directed by Mr. Marsh, gave its nineteenth presentation of Handel's Mes- siah on December 14. Soloists for the annual presenta- tion were: Tommie Pope, Sopranog Marie Martin, Con- traltoq Bobby Clement, Tenor: and Fred Jones, Bass- Baritone. The 1951 presentation assisted bv the Littli Symphony Orchestra, was reputed to have been the great- est performance in the history of the college. 37 x Yes, 11,5 Dixie" ' w. A 'Q' ,z, va ww Am? "' 'QQ . ' ar 38 Rosie Anne Morris, Tmnmye Nell Morris Left to Right: Mary Anne Gullette, My ra. Mae llorln, Betty l.u Costun, Mafrim-ll Tlionms, B121 ' St - F' ve Simi ' MEMBERS Judy Allen, Betty Jo Boland, Martha Flo Boland, Bobby Brent, Rose Bryan, Toxi Calhoun, Barbara Carden, Rob- ert Cochran, Betty Lu Coston, Jimmy Daniels, Harold L. Davis, Adrian Dubuisson, Billy Glen Ellis, R. E. Eure, Jr., Fred Evans. Buddy Farrar, Bonnie Fleming, Robert Flurry, Robert Fortenberry, Thomas Godfrey, Dean Griffin, Mary Anne Gullette, Clifton Hagerty, Bill Hays, Mary Frances Head, Dan Henry, Myrta Mae Hoda. Anthony Jiminez, Donny Hue Johnson, Nona Knox, Nell Knight, Bob Karcher, Dot Lacy, Frederick Lander, The 1950-51 edition of our marching and con- cert band, directed by Mr. James Shannon and led by Drum Major Anthony Jimenez, was cer- tainly the smartest band in the history of Missis- sippi Southern. The marching band entertained during half-time at the football games at home and journeyed to Mobile for the Chattanooga Mitchell Lavinghouse, Jerry Lott, Carolyn McDavicl. Charles 1N1cNeil, Alvyn Moore, Rosie Anne Morris, Tom- inye Nell Morris, Buddy Oliver, Joe Price, Charline Redding, Edna Rice, Jerry Rogers, Helen Rushing, Billie Jean Shotts. Faye Simmons, Rita Sims, Shannon Slyfield. Joanne Stanton, Ma1'ie Stoner, Charles Storey, YVebbie Stribling, Brooks Taylor, Cliff Thomas. NIarine1lThomas. Ann Turman, Joan Tillery, John Todd Vignes, Bill Vowell, Milie Walker. Charles Weiss, Bill Wfiltshirc. Lucille Yeager, James York, Judy Davis. game. to Tuscaloosa for the University of Ala- bama game, and to Hammond, La. for the Southeastern game. The band also marched in Jackson for the opening of the Mississippi State Fair. A tour of many Mississippi cities in the spring ended the colorful parade for 1951. Thi- ll1'Nl'I'Y1,' Officvr Training Corpa ably Cmn- znzxndvd bv Lt. Col. Hnrrimn Finlayson and his stall. was 1-stzilnlishvd as zz division at lXlis5iSsippi S0l1flll'I'I1 in l93fl. tliu5 liccmiiing the In-wcst addi- tion to SOUllll'l'DiS l'X'1'l'-l'XlJ2lI1CllIlQ C'l1fI'lCL1lZi. SinCc be-ing vstalilislic'-Cl, its cnrollinvnt has i1ic'1'c-used in IlLlIIll3t,'T until thi- unit now has l1IJIJl'OXlII12'1U'ly 200 Ill1'IlllX'I'S. liw-ry xYl'ClIlt'SClLly Lllilfl'I'IlUOll. wmitlicfr pvrinitting. thnx unit. an Artillc-ry liattuliun. gm-s througfli sclicd- ulud drill. ligittf-iw' und luzittzilion drill has bc-vn prec'- ticc-d und Ll nful Illllllllfy look has bccn acllicvcd by tlic unit. Southern's First R.O.T.C. Battalion p pu mu: gun- .1m-H - . . I v - , ,, , 5 fe I' ' . ,f z' , " aw 2? M i A Lf-ff to right: Col. Finlayson, Capt. Thirstun, Cmnt. !VoomIruff, Sgt. Tfulnr Sgt. Munn-, Sgt. Garner. STUDENT OFFICERS l'I RST RIHY: Cook, f'2llTllN, San- lh-rs, Pugh, liitl'll0llN, XYiIliu.::n liozun:-, Tullos, llllglu-x, Ln- nmus. Rluwil. SEFOND li 0 N' : Dix-livrson l'm-lirnn, Nlzulimn, Nl'll0ll0li, C' .L NillllIf'l'N, f'm-krnn, liirlmrll- son, liinlmp, l':ilNtQ'l'liIlg, l'ni- elent iii:-ml. - "S,'- Rh... 1 "' K ,,.v.-.4...----f .X -v ,. .--gr '-' organizations iuw---------m-+-- Organized in 1942 for the puprose of recog- scholarship. athletics, leadership, and extra-cur- nizing young men who are outstanding in all ricular activities . . . limited to a small per cent phases of college activities . . . its members have of total male students and faculty members. made notable achievements in such fields as MEMBERS Hulsey, Albert Lamas, Bubber Phillips, lVoodic First row: Dr. Lowrey, Phil Slade, Jack Hunt. Cook' Tommy W'ood, Dr. Wlalker, T. Palmer. N0fPiCwfCd2Bi11C01r1Cv. Second row: Bobby Clement, Richard Johnson, OFFICERS Zan Skelton, NValter Gorecki. Donald Berry, TOMMY WOOD W- .--lg-Pmidm Dalton Burch, Harold Nowell. PHIL SLADE .... ....... I vlft'P1'P.YI'dl'71f .IALIK HUNT .. . ..,.. Serif'la1'y-T14'11,x1n'eV Third row: Bud Bullock, Wlinfred Calhoun, Rex DR, LtpwR13y ,, ,,,,,. 1-',,f,,zf,' .iiffrvfm 42 OFFICERS ZAN SKELTON .... ..... I ,IFll.llf71f SARA JANE EDDY .... ..... . S'm'rfffr1rl1' lWlflVIBliRS First row: Dr. R. G, Lowrey, Sara .lane Eddy, Zan Skelton, Overton Currie. Second row: Norma Shedd. Roy Lee Bennett, Riehard johnson, Toni Kc-rren, Joy Boyer. M' v 'WHQQ-,sur We bwlirg , Established at University of Mississippi in ninety quarter hours work as minimum stan- 1925 . . . Mississippi Southern chapter estab- dard for membership . . . ideals are loyalty, lished March 31, 1949 . . . first chapter to be purity, and learning . . . Colors are white and added under the nationalization of the organi- deep blL1C - - - HOWC1' is the Whitt? IOSC- zation . . . requires seventy per cent g'Ajs" for pi lH'PPf'ePi 43 eta beta b ta National Honorary Biological Fraternity . . Installed at Mississippi Southern on May 29, 1950 . . . encourages scholarship in biological science and affords opportunities for fellowship and socials . . . membership open to students who have made above UC" on twenty hours of biologi- cal science. 42571 MEMBERS First row: Johnnie Ruth Beall, Gwen Young, Lowery Simmons, Sonny Spence, Jerry Land- man, Mr. Peacock. Second row: Mr. Ward, Iva Nell Thomas, Mary Anne Sinclair, Lee Runnels, Aquna Hernandez, Dr. Fred Wlalker. Third row: Ben livans, Ben Menchen, Sid Pitt- F 9 fa man. James Harrell. Hoyt Valley. James Light- sey. OFFICERS GWEN YOUNG ................. LOWERY SIMMONS ... JOHNNIR BE.-XLE ... CHARLES SPENCE ... B. XX. NN ARD ........ .... . JERRY L.'XNDMAN . . . . . . . . . .Prr,t1'de11t ....luv Presizlerzt . . . . .Secretary -ld:'i,xo1 and Historian Tferzsu 1 fr .Re110f!e'7' MEMBERS First row: Mrs. Beverly Barrett, Pete Krohn, VValter Gorecki, Tom Barrett, Doodle Gordon, Mr. Lok, Becky Tatum. Second row: Glyn Mary Newsom, Joyce Walker, Shelby Cochran, Lydell Roberts, Bill Vowell, Alice Wright, Fielding Edwards, 'Ioan Lee, John- een Ingersol, Doris Lungren, Marylyn Newsom. OFFICERS WALTER GORECKI .............. ...... P rexidenl TOM BARRETT ..... ..... V ice-President PETE KROHN ........ ..... T rewsuref' AMORITA GORDAN .... .... S ecrf t ary X, B is National Honorary Art Fraternity . . . pur- pose: to further the interest of students excelling in art work . . . to provide a forum for the dis- cussion of artistic trends and forms . . . and to promote a general interest in the progress of 45 modern art . . . installed at Mississippi Southern in the spring of 1949 . . . membership limited to students who have made outstanding contribu- tions to the art department of Mississippi South- ern. appa pi 'om gapi A National Business Education Fraternity . . . merce . . . conhned to juniors and seniors major- formed for the purpose of encouraging scholar- ing in business education who meet the high ship, leadership and high ethical standards in scholarship requirements. business . . . for teachers of business and com- v K7 MEMBERS First row: Mr. W. B. Harlan, Helen Hall, Merle Newton, Sara ,lane Eddy, Marie Backstrom, Bet- ty Young, Emily Mitchell. Second row: Mrs. Mary Hanson Ward, Mrs. Cammie Wilson, Betty Smith, Iuanita Mullins, Brad Jackson, Miss Ida Mac Picrett. J Third row: Cecil Jackson, Erskel Rainey, Mr. J. A. Green, Clarence Smith, Boyce Hawthorne, Mrs. Frankie Delmas. OFFICERS EMILY MITCHELL ............... ....... P resident MERLE NEWTON , . . .... Vine Prexiflent SARA JANE EDDY . . . ..... Secretary LUCILLE YUUNG ..... .................... T l'6!1.Y1l7't'I' MARIE BACKSTRUM ....... Sizzdmzt f.'o1znr1'IRe'p1'e'.vv11tnt1':'e MEMBERS First row: Edith Smith, Betty lean Smith, Zan Skelton, Katherine Blair, Dick Normand, Joyce Barrett. Second row: Mary Tom VVilliams, Mr. Iohn Wills, Helen Vtlelsch, Leo Clark, Fred Yaconetti, , P- ' 42, ' zz , 1' '55 2 'L 1 if I ' ' -it 335 . 1 , -: 5 W x . ,. 'Q' . T an 3.1 ' '- . i R , X ' X , .Q , ,, V . Ei ' , if 1 Q ,, 5 , gl .: ,N , J " 0 I :f tfi ' . li , 4-A 1 its K 3, 5, ff" " f ti ii ' X , 1 , at , t , 1 G59 x " W if i 5 4 J 5 ' sv W 1 :,,f ' 'f ' W A Q 1 xo, 1 , f , Q7 r ,i , ' , 2 - 4, 4 -qv U National Honorary Dramatic Fraternity . . . installed at Mississippi Southern in spring of 1949 for the purpose of furthering the interests of dramatics and developing an appreciation of dramatic art . . . provides a society for the recog- A gcfw-V' Reese Helmer, Jr., Arthur Beard, Pauline Gwen, Hughlene Roberts. OFFICERS ZAN SKELTON ...... ...... D iwrtm BETTY JEAN SMITH .... . . .Stage Almznger RICHARD NORMAND .... .... B zuizzen Almznger MR. JOHN WILLS ,... .... I "r1fullyDireftor bf,-em.-my it 6 E l nition of outstanding achievements in the field of college dramatics. . .election to which is gained by earning points in acting, backstage work, and any related dramatic work . . . 230 college chapters. al hapiom ga 47 i lea a delta -l---'- National Honorary Forensic Society . . . Delta oratory and debating . . . limited to those stu- Chapter organized at Mississippi Southern in dents who have represented their college in spring of 1949 . . . founded in 1912 for the pur- speech performances and debates . . . colors: pose of stimulating interest in inter-collegiate cherry red and white. ,M 'yn . X Q ' Alain. 4 MEMBERS son, Tommy YYood. Lytle Roberts, Mike Mar- , 1 l tcnson. First row: Carolyn Rupplc, Miss Marvella Mc- , r Y , , OFFICERS hllllan, Mary Zachow, lxatherinc Blair, Joyce TOMMY womb .................. .... . Pzeridnzt Barrett. D.XL'l't mx BL'Rt:H ..... . . .. .I'ivi'Prm'di-111 BETTY illf.-XX SKIITH ..... .... S vrlelrlly-T15111111 1 Second row: Dr. Dale Welsch, Donny john- Miss Mt-MILL.iXN ..... .s'p0n.m 48 S. MEMBERS First row: Miss Felder, John Grant, Mary Fran- ces Sasser, Phil Slade, Patsy Munn. Second row: William Gay, Eric Geiger, Iohn York, Wright Gross, Bill Eure. OFFICERS JOHN GRANT .... ..... P resident PHIL SLADE . . . .... Vice President MARY FRANCES SASSER ..... ..... R ecording Secretary MISS FELDER ........ Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer PATSY MUNN . . . .... Reporter i X Q .,.- .1 , . f,,.s.M, wt I. , .ff ,, , K We 114 t 2 National Honorary Mathematics Fraternity . . . founded for the purpose of furthering the in- terests of mathematics . . . helping the under- graduate realize the important role that mathe- matics has played in the development of western civilization . . . developing an appreciation ofthe power and beauty possessed by mathematics . . . and providing a society for the recognition of outstanding students in the field of mathematics . . . colors: rose pink and silver . . . flower: wild rose. a mu epsilon 49 al ha epsilon delta -1- National Honorary Pre-Medical Fraternity mote fellowship among similarly interested stu- installed at Mississippi Southern on October 23, dents . . . and aids in bridging the gap between 1948 . . . organized to encourage excellence in the spirit of pre-medical school and the school pre-medical work by furnishing a goal toward of medicine . . . Winner of career day booth con- which the medical student may strive . . . pro- test, Spring, 1950. v 'twig MEMBERS con, Charles Smith, Stanley Bessy, Hulon Myers, First row: Charles Spence, Dovine Winans, VVi1mC1'Di11a1'di Mr' Ben Wafd- Charles Kelly, Rex Hulsey, Tommy Wood, Dr. OFFICERS REX HULSEY .... ..... P resident Fred WValker. TOMMY wooo ..... .... T 7605117 Second row: Rosscr Wall, Don Berry, John Ma- CHARLES KELLY ,,,, ..... s Pfl'l'f!I7'y 50 MEMBERS First row: Norma Shed, Mr. Joseph Huck, Mar- tha Mayfield, Miss Jeanne Keck, Mr. Starling Cumberworth, Tommie Pope, Mr. F. E. Marsh, Miss Forrest Delano, Mrs. M. P. Maylis, Mr. Gilbert Saetre, Miss Helen McDonald, Mr. .....f..i 463 fnx is 45. Lloyd Patten, Miss Mary S. Harmon, and Miss Katherine Eide. OFFICERS FORREST DELANO ............... ..... P resilient MARY POE BAYLIS . .. .... Vice President TOMMIE POPE ............. ..... S secretary HELEN JANET MCDONALD .... .... T rerzsurer A an National Honor Music Society . . . open to those seniors whose average in all subjects ranks among the upper one-fifth of the class, any junior whose average ranks him among the upper one- tenth, and any candidate for an advanced de- gree in music who has made an honorable record . . . Alpha Zeta chapter installed at Mississippi Southern on May 16, 1949 by President General Dr. Earl V. More, Dean of the University of Michigan School of Music . . . twenty-nine active chapters in the United States. pi lea a lambda 51 m club Composed of men who have earned a letter in various speakers and forums designed to give fu- one of the major varsity sports . . . sponsors regu- ture athletic directors a proper background in lar social activities for both members and thc the fundamental rules and regulations of the student body . . . meets regularly and sponsors sports world. u - 'wer " MEMBERS First row: Eddie Langford, Bubber Phillips, Bob- by Holmes, Eddie Kauchick, Morris Brown, Wil- lie Wiles. ' Second row: Ken Walker, Robert McKeller, Joel Fooshee, Evan Rosemond, Clint Arnold, Phil Musmeci. Third row: Dave Walker, Herbert Ball, Bill Blackman, Donald Drzso, Pat Ferlise, Davis Melton. Fourth row: Mack Hamrick, Ed McDaniels, Paul Moyer, Lindy Stewart, Wlebb Farish, Bill Oakes. Fifth row: Wlyatt Tullos, Iack Gallagher, Tom Bishop. Dave Allen, Jack Hill, Elmo Lang, Bob Posey. OFFICERS JOHN MELYIN PHILLIPS ............,........ President TOM LECROS ....... .... ..... S 4 'frenzry-Trea.mrPr MEMBERS First row: A, Greene, James E. Turnagc, Charles Read, Dan Chapman, John R. Murphy, Billy H. Dairdson Welton Brabham, Albert Lamas, Roy Lott, Ernest Kitch- ens, Jake Cantwell, W. B. Harlan, Alfred E. Harkins. Second row: Reese Helmer, Sr., Don Francis, Maxwell V. Rush, Carl Sanders, Murphy Trahan, lames Foffett, Rollie Edwins, Ralphe Kalusche, Burt Phillips, Henry R. Sumrall, Van Rogers, Edward McCaleb, Herman Chattin. Third row: Melbourne Laird, Vern Easterling, Howard Hamrick, Richard Jones, William Capps, Wynclell Var- ner, Robert Tittle, Robert Riley, Louis Avery, Cecil 1. ww.. . Harper, Alvin Welch, Sidney W. Welch, Sidney D. Welch. Not pictured: Floyd Bailey. OFFICERS WELTON BRABHAM ............ .... H eadnzrzitm' DAN CHAPMAN ....... ...... C 'hfzncellor ALBERT LAMAS .... ..... . Senior Warden BILLY DAVIDSON .... ..... . Iunior Warden JOHN MURPHY .... ....... T reaiurer ROY LOTT ........... ............... S cribe ERNEST KITCHENS .... ............... H ixtorinn JAKE CANTWELL ..... .... D eltf1Sig Correspondent ALFRED I-IAVVKINS . . . ........ 1Un.vter0fFesliz'itiei DON FRANCIS ...... ........ Il flaxtel of Ceremonies CHARLES READ ..... .... E jficicncy Contest Chairman . The Gamma Tau chapter of Delta Sigma Pi was organized on Southern's campus on October 10, 1949, and was known as the Honorary Com- merce Society, later the name of Beta Alpha was chosen. Beta Alpha was later accepted by Delta Sigma Pi as the Gamma Tau chapter and was installed on December 9, 1950, making the third chapter of Delta Sigma Pi in Mississippi. One of the main objectives of the fraternity is to acquaint the student of commerce with con- ditions and situations that he can expect to en- counter in the business world. This is done by securing outstanding men in the field of com- merce to speak at the chapter meetings. The fraternity also offers fellowship to its members who are all pursuing a similar goal. elta igma pi Installed at Mississippi Southern on April 6, ment of chemistry in all its branches . . . encour- l949, for the purpose of encouraging in the aging high scholastic achievements . . . and ac- broadest and most liberal manner the advance- quainting the students with modern chemistry. i 'T' 'IF 5 ii Q x 5 ,L ,iz ir I a fi "' ,La i 2 ' y. qc, x -.3515 8 B ff 41- X MEMBERS First row: Phil Slade, .Iamis Calhoun, John York, Eric Geiger, Bill Eure, Jerry Smith. Second row: Dr. Charles Lane, L. Kittrell Charles Smith, Hulon Myers, Buck Farr, Mr A. S. Benham. Third row: Mr. Hurst, Ned Petit, Gene Saucier Charles Brent, .Ioan Ton. Mr. O. V. Austin. OFFICERS PHIL SLADE .... .... P resident BILL EURE .. . .... Vive President JOHN YORK .... . . .Treaxzuf r CERALDINE SlN'II'l'H .... .... S etrelary JAMIS CALHOUN . .. .......... . ...... Reporler J. L. KITTRELL. .. .... Slurlent CounrilRf'pre.w11t11tiL'e am ri an h mi al ociety MEMBERS First row: Dr. H. A. Shands, Arvis Cumbust, El- mer Canfield, Loyd Sexton, and Dr. T. Davis. Second row: Pat McMinn, Francis Cuidry, Ralph Kalusche, Carl Wclborn, and Bill Wilt- shire. ELMER CANFIELD LOYD SEXTON . . . ARVIS CUMBUST OFFICERS FRANCIS GUIDRY ..... Q-Qs, .f e"' . . . . .President . . . .Vice President Seeretczry-Treasurer . . .Parliamentarian Dedicated to the interest ofthe future lawyers outstanding lawyers speak on phases of law and of Mississippi . . . and fellowship of all pre-law the various courts . . . organized on the campus students . . . monthly dinners given at which time in September of 1946. --"-'-"" pre-legal forum elementary council Organized for the purpose of furthering the cause of elementary education and establishing a close bond of friendship among its members . . . composed of students expecting to teach in the elementary grades . . . a student branch of the National Association for Childhood Educa- tion . . . outside educators are brought in for lec- tures and forum discussions . . . sponsors such projects as the sale of Christmas seals. MEMBERS First row: Miss Emily Jones, Virginia Davis. Tommie Rigden, Virginia Jones, .Io Ann Dar- ville, Laverne Wing, Ann Hutchins, Pauline Owen, Hope Shoemaker. Second row: Mrs. V. IV. Smiley, Mrs. A. J. Sten- net, Nlyrtle Ruth Fikes, Peggy lklassey, lklar- garet Cooeh, Nell Thomas. W'ilhelmina Nobles. Mildred Collins, Beverly Small, Carolyn Me- David. Third row: Helen McBeth. Carolyn Horne. Mrs. Rice. Jauniee Rhodes. Hazel Atwood. llary Lou Parker, Mary O'Neal, Loraine Kelly, lNIary Hickman. OIVFICIZRS 'IKJMMIE RICDUN .............. . LAYERNR WING .... .... JUAN D.XRYII,l.lC .. . VIRGINIA -It JXIZS .... . MISS EMILY .IUNICS .... PI't'X1.fI'l' nt Pre tide nf New H1111 1' I r4'r1.t111r1' .Sjmmor , MEMBERS First row: Laverne Daniels, Mildred Manasco, Rebecca Sullivan, Royce Henderson, Dan Bree- land, Hershal Blalock, Lula Fancher, Emily Mitchell. Second row: Mildred Collins, Margaret O'Gon- nell, Sara Vinson, Beverly Small, Elmire Farrell, lVlarleen Hubbard, Faye Burt, Nell Thomas. Third row: Myrte R. Fike, Bennye Corley, James Thorne. Floye O'Neil, Katty Smith, Mary Lou Ghisiom, Garl Rayburn. Fourth row: Gwen Young, Roy Moss, David Nickelson, ,Iohn Kelly, Hoyat Wally, .Iaunice Rhodes, Dr. Pattie Dowell, Grady Johnson. Organized in 1946 for the purpose of interest- ing the best young men and women in education as a life-long career . . . acquainting teachers in training with the history, ethics, and program of the organized teachers profession . . . giving fu- tigteachers practical experience in working to- gether in a democratic way. . . developing among young people an organization which shall be an integral part of state and national education as- sociations . . . local chapter named in honor of George Hurst, a former professor at Southern. future teachers of america home ec club Founded in 1926 for the purpose of stimulat- ing interest in the field of homemaking and pro- moting a feeling of professional unity . . . mem- bership open to all home economics majors or students taking courses in home economics . . affiliated with the American Home Economics Association and the Mississippi Home Econom- ics Association . . . one ofthe oldest organizations on the campus. MEMBERS First row: Faye Grifiin, Geraldine Martin, Margie Wall, Frances Bratschi, Betty Humpfreys, Miss Pearl Gambell. Betty McDonnieal, Jackie McGaa, Bernice Martin, Bet- ty Dukes, Margaret Threadgill, Addimae Howell, VVil- lane Simmons, Billie Rutherford. Second row: Jane Ready, Kathryn lN'ook, Bonnie Austin, Betty -lo Davis, Linnie Ruth Holilield, Celeste Forten- berry, Barbara Hull, Peggy Peevey, Lula Dell Faneher, Carolyn Thompson, hlary .lean VVilliaxns, June Moore, Billie Ruth Lewis, Nellie Nlosingo, Jackie Signien, Helen Phillips, Miss Amelia Thompson. Third row: Betty Ainsworth Becky Sullivan, Mary Ellen e Barber, Louise Read, Janice Gook, Katherine Glower, Peggy Eley, Benny Corley, Barbara jones. Annie lXfIay Lewis, Betty Smith, Faye Ford, Lou Lawrence, Nelle Reynolds, Gloria Biehl, Joy Magee, Virginia Toelke, Sue Cantwell. OFFICERS BETTIE R. HUMPHREYS ........ ...... P rexiderzt BETTY INICDONNIEAL ..... . . . Vive President JACKIE MeCAA ............. ...... S ecretary MARGARET THREADGILL .,... . . . ...... Treasurer ADDIMAE HOWELL .......................... Reporter BARBARA ANN HUFF ....... Sturlrnt Counril RFpI'6J'F71fHfiZ'F BETTY DUKES .......... ..... .... P r ogmm Clzrzirnmn MISS PEARL GAMBELL .... ........ C lub Advisor MEMBERS First row: Maria Gayao, Miss Ernestine Thomae, Mrs. Annette Wilder, Dr. Pell, Edith Smith, Helen Welsch, Nancy Jackson, Mr. Nydegger, Dr. Shands, Mrs. Sara Johnson. Second row: Alyandrina Huayaja, Miss Frazier, Glen Mary Newsome, Carley Hambly, Janet Landrum, Dor- othy Ann Stuart, Joyce Walker, Beatriz Saenz, Gilda Garcia, Maria Bautzer, Alicia Gonzales, Mrs. Luiz Mo- rato Proenca, Areelia Gacharana, Elvira Penzon, Mrs. Robert Avera. A Third row? Evaristo Martinez, Dario Rcosta, Armando Posade, Carlos Pinzon, Jaime Guijello, Ben La Fon, Wil- liam Rich, Francisco Rodriguez, Jorge Rueda, Enrique Gamez, Oscar Prato. Fourth row: Misael Sierra, Jose Silva, Claudio Koatzde- Gurvitz, Charles Robert Berringer, Pedro Raggio, Ar- mando Almeida, Jr. Alvaro Gaza, Enrique Gandara, An- tonio Gomez, Billie Murll, Bill Johnson, Hulon Myres, Roger Hudson. OFFICERS NANCY JACKSON ............... ......... P resident HELEN WELSCH ..... ....... V ice President NELL HALFACRE . . . ........... Secretary-Treaxurer EDITH SMITH .... .... S tudent Council Represmztatiue l l w Composed of language students . . . French, Spanish, and German . . .meets every second and fourth Wednesday in South American Lounge . . . programs include films, records, and talks on culture, customs, literature and language of France, Spain, Germany, and Latin-American countries. modern language club physical education club Organized for the purpose of fostering closer and developing useful citizens for the home and personal relationships among physical education community . . . open to all students majoring in majors . . . stimulating professional growth . . . this phase of education. MEMBERS First row: Bruce Evans, David Walker, James Kuyrken- call, Ace Cleveland, Ed Langford. Gene Hart, James Carpenter, Nick Revon, Stewart Covington, Clyde Ma- gee, James Brown, Betty Lu Coston, Nelle Buckley, Joel Fooshee. Second row: Jean Scales, Davis Melton. Charles Stewart, Iris Poole, William C. Oaks, Katherine Stringer, Robinta Robinson, Mae Jordan, Mrs. Joe McNair. Joe McNair, Joe Kubal, Sue Myers, Willy D. Wilcs, Dot Catching. Billy Ray Keys. lxlilflllll Traylor, Bob McCcllor, Jerry Stevenson. Third row: James Bell, Bobby Holmes, 'lack Howard, Malcolm Caustrey, Well Farish, Donald Alonzo, Kath- nr' 60 ryn Godbold, Pat Smith, Phillis Ivy. Jack Fulkerson, Al- vin Ingerson, Jeanette Weathersby, Alice Riley, Helen Nelson, Jim Stump. Fourth row: Jack Gallagher, E. P. lN4cDaniels, Paul Moyer, Perry Boyett. Elmo Blasingame, Charles VVebb, Ken Walker, Tommy Fike, Louis Barber, Francis Napier, Bitt Jennings. Boris Boyer. Harold Holloway, Bobbie Herring. Merla Roberson. Eloise Chain, Ivan Rosa- mond. OFFICERS BRUCE EVANS .................... ....... P resident BETTY LU COSTUN .............. ...,. I 'ire Prexirlerzf JOYCE INICCILL ...... ....... S erwirlry NELL BUCKLEY ...... ..... Y 'renxzzrel' DR. ANDREW DAVIS .... ..... S ponsor MEMBERS OFFICERS First row: Mary Brown, Mary Burke, Gloria Mannino, BE'1"1'Y LU C051-ON . - H Sue Myers, Ruth Willingham, Betty Coston, Nell Buck- NELL BUCKLEY ' ' t 1 . D - - ' ley, Virginia Chaflin, Phyllis Ivy, Jerry Stevenson. ' ' RUTHIE WILLINGHANI . . .. Second row: Miss Learleen Lowrey, Alice Oswalt, Merla 1 . ' MARY SDE MYERS .... . Roberson, Maymo Hoskins, Joy Turinan, lVIartha Tray- lor, Dixie Bronson, Mildred Garrety, Sally Warren, Jean- VIRGINIA CHAN' IN " ' nette Weathersby. MERLA ROBERSQ DN .... Third row: Jean Scale, Iris Poose, Nell Reynolds, Bar- MISS LOWERY "" MISS WATKINS ... .....P1e.x1'denl ....Vice President . . . . .Secretzzry . ..T1eniur'fr ... ...... Reportm ITHIAHIIIZIIYII Mrznflgel' .. .Sponsor ...Sponsor bara I-Iulf, Jo Chaffin, Joe Mannino, Angeline Watkiiis. R l'i!5' 5l?I!L'Z5SfI!I'.Z?Z!Z2ItZl l , MAX - , W , .,, 7 K'2cf,-Y?XEer1BKxQg,'Y I 3, M . i3tKXXZo,i1f:ff f , M, .. , cl Lixffwg-?Xx1j ir, ,iffy 'Wy x r i X is x fy "rt - fre y,xr,f,s,xyx1A 5 f X X1 ,f tix zlhlklff ic! it , X 'ilsfyfyffx x Y ff xfi rx ' X 7 1 X X ,lf 1 K xxx y f 1,y fx r Organizcd during the fall of 1948 . . . stresses importance of sportsmanship . . . members must try to live up to the standards of good conduct while both participating in a sport and as a spec- '1 NYY .12 x' '54 - "1-.,x'v,sw,, 1 .1 -. fw,ffwi,X,,Yi.A,, my-, I I H ' 1-, 'va 'Jun have 1.,,5i,lm - K 3: kf'l6'Hyxift Eywfx HJX? xixYf.fXX.7x 'if-1i1u!fl.fw fx: 1 'UQ-ix,x,fX14,4,fxx: ,, it R ' W 74,1 Kjf,i,,,lf i X 1 51 1. ami. :of rx ,Q .yt , ovg4vmw,wmm Q rfo.o?0Zo?Qi'0f0i'0f0Yv3'.93YoZoi'Q 'vmmmwz ,V i ,i . 4 , ' ggi. f'Z3i T:4'xf'Qt x , 1 ,sf",1X.t34Xs'-,A I X X x:f1g-my l . , 4 tator . . . composed of girls who are interested in athletics and recreation . . . sponsors basketball game with the women faculty members as op- ponents. woman' athletic ss' , hri tian fe eration Purpose: to bring about co-ordination and unity among all religious groups on the campus . . to promote religious activities of interest to all faiths . . . and to provide a society in which common problems to all denominations may be discussed . . . to serve as a planning committee for all campus religious activities . . . sponsors the annual "Religious Emphasis YVeeki' and sup- ports the VVorld Student Service Fund. 'S4:7 "0 'CF' Y: MENIBERS First row: Sally Russ, Sam Barefield, Riley Mun- day, Marie Backstrom, Bartis Harper. Second row: Lula Dell Francher. lXfIyrta hlae Hoda, Martha Mayfield, Margie Duncan, .lim Rowland, Billie iXlurray, Marie Fulton. OFFICERS WINFRED ll.-'KLHUEM ... ..... Plt'AI.Ift'I1f MARIE B.'XCKS'l'RUM .. .... Vin- Pzfsidnzt BILLIE MURRAY .. . ..... Sfr1'ftr11'y MARTHA MQXYFIELD . . . . . .Tn'r1.vz1re1 MARIE FL'L'l'OX .... .... I I 1'.i toriun J.-XCIK STRQ PNG .. .. . .... .... 1 ?4',tm1lf'r RILEY MUNDAY. .. .. .f.'ozn1wlor of Ifeligiozu .Ai1'i'1i1'ffIie'.t MEMBERS OFFICERS First row: Sue Myres, Fay Ford, Billie Murray, Barbara Huff, Emily Mitchell, Kathryn Boswell. Second row: Alice Garanflo, Laverne Daniels, Aimee Tindall, Dortheanne Murphy, Syble Smith, Betty Mc- Donniel, Lula Delle Fancher, Eugenia Howell. Third row: Betty Humpherys, Jo Anne Waldru1J, Linnie Ruth Holitield, Betty Jo Davis, Lurline White, Sue Cant- well, Jackie Ekes. Fourth row: Elaine Brumfield, Mrs. Bennie Corly, Rose- mary Armour, Betty Lu Coston, Charlene Hubbard. BILLIE MURRAY ,.. FAYE FORD ........ BETTY JO DAVIS .... BARBARA HUFF ...... .......Pr'exirlent .....Vice Prexirlenl .....Trm5ur'er . . . ..S'emetr1ry EUGENIA HOWELL .. . .... Pirmiil AIMEE TINDALL .......... .......... C horister CELESTE FURTENBERRY EMILY MITCHELL ...... MRS. BRIDGES . .. Program Chairman Program Chairman .. .. .... Sponsor The aims of the YWA are to promote an in- terest in the church and its work among the young women on MSC,s campus . . . A Baptist organization that seeks to train its members in Z the evangelical work of the church . . . meetings are designed to oller spiritual enlightenment and to prepare women students for an active part in all phases of church activity. ba tist stud The objectives of the B.S.U. are to promote spiritual development of students through Chris- tian comradcship, Bible study, prayer, and church membership . . . serves as a link between nt union the individual Baptist students on our campus and the local churches . . . sponsors religious and social activities. M MEMBERS First row: Katherine Boswell, Floyd Pope, Dal- ton Burch, Riley Mundy, Lula Dclle Fancher, Eugenia Stevens. Second row: Marlene Hubbard, Elaine Brum- Held, Edna Earl Edwards, Celeste Fortenberry, Billie Murry, Betty Lu Coston, Faye Lea. Third row: Jackie Ekcs, Robert King, Boyce i Hawthorn, Brad Jackson, Eric Geiger, Bill Rich, Virginia Tierce. OFFICERS LULA DELL FANCHER ......... ............ P resident BRADFORD yxcksox . . . JoHN YORK ........ ERIC GIEGER ....... .. . . . . . . .Vice President ....Second Vice President . . . .Tlzini Vice President YIRGINI.-X TIERCE .... .......... S ecretnry DALTC BN BURCH ....... .... T I'B!1.YllI't'l' K.'X'l'HERINE Bl DSWELL ... .... Repozler BlI.I, RICH ............ .... l flzorixier MEMBERS First row: Mr. T. Palmer, Elsie Aikens, Wally Williams, Fred Camp Wilson, Jim Roland, Dr. Tredwell Davis. Second row: Jacqueline Torres, .Io Anne Malone, Lytle Roberts, Mr. Richard Park, Harlan Vin- nedge, Unidentified, Nancy Swetman. OFFICERS FRED CAMP WILSON .... ....... 1 Jzmzllenl JIM RoI,AND ........ .... I 'mf Pmffzm wALLAc:R wII,LIAMs . . . ..... .sufwffrfy ELSIE AIKENS ....... ........... ...... 7 ' If?f'.lll7f1,i t:ARoI,YN RUPPLE. . . .... .sfuflm fxawwl Repreierztntire MR. J. T. PALMER ........ .... 1 "11ru!1yAflzIiInr DR, J, TREDWILLL DAVIS .... .... 1 ffmlzfy Arlzfiror MR. RICHARD PARK .... ....... r xlrflplflm +, Q3 Organized group of Episcopal students on the campus . . . chartered on our campus in 1946 . . . Purpose: to serve the mission of Christianity in higher education by fostering among students of this institution a better understanding of the ... ? , 'C faith and practice of the Episcopal Church . . attends Holy Communion twice a month as a body and represents Southern at a state-wide conference of Canterbury Clubs. anterbury lub ewman lub The aims of the Newman Club are to create a understanding of the teachings and practices of high degree of fellowship among Catholic stu- the Catholic church . . . to hold religious and dents on Southern's campus. . . to promote better social meetings for our college students. C3 in MEMBERS First row: Bob Touhey, Janie Spence, Pete Krohn, Eu- genia Stevens, Myrt Hoda, Father Tierney. Second row: Salim Mejia. Maria Montoya, Gloria Ma- nino, Rebecca Hurley, Ned Petite, Pat Myers, Alejan- drina Huapaya, Mary ,lane Sinclair. Third row: Francesco Rodriguez, jlse Held, Francisco Franco, Esther Valladores, Aida Salnillan. Fourth row: Sonny Spence, Betty Doherty, Sain Ferris, Hector Ross, Arcelia Qlachania, Francis Cuedic, Bob Frier. Fifth row: Newton Lalllance. Father Tom Meegan, Jack hlangin, Jack Strong. Charles Duilly, James :hICCOII1lJt'. Aubrey lVeill, Jack Cuilley. OFFICERS PETE KROHN ..., .............. ....,.. P 1 ' ffri A id f'rz t MYRT HODA .....,.. EUGENIA STEVENS ... ..,.Vire Prfxtiderzt .....Sf'l'7't'fI17'T TONY RUUCHUN .... ............... T zrnxzzrvr BUBBER KAISER ... .... Cl7I'It'.Nf1t77lI1ll1g Scf2'elary FATHER 'FIERNEY . . .... .......... S ponsor MEMBERS First Row: Naney Alsworth, Helen Philips, Arthur Gordon, Bet- ty Ainsworth, Norma Shedd, Nelda Comer, Maric' Fulton. Second Row: James Easterland, Jane Shumaker, Mary Jo Collins, Betty Landrum, Betty Rivers, Cynthia Holcombe, Iva. Nell Thomas. Third Row: Maxine Hateher, Bill Wicker, Elizabeth Allsworth, Jean Ayeoek, Robert Rigley, Paul Noel, Robert Flurry. Fourth Row: Sam Barefield, Jack Williamson, Bill Hendrieks, Lou Lawerenee, Kate Smith, Beverly Small, Carol Mobley. Fifth Row: Jean Evans, Bobbie Sprayberry, Willie Bess Nelson, Pauline Noble, Estelle Gifford, Brad Jackson, Sara Weaver. Sixth Row: Carolyn Pie-ri, Donna Johnson, Judy Davis, Dathleen Mason, Ouida Davis, Myrtle Ruth Fikes, Wilana Thomas. Seventh Row: Billie Tutherford, Peggy Peevy, Jaequelin Back- strom, Merritt Gresham, Frances Bratsehi, Bill Davidson, Mary Stella Boykin. Eighth Row: Nell Knight, Pansy Kelly, Sara Non Kelly, Vir- ginia Davis, Helen Rae Davis, Faye Grimm, Lloyd Sexton. Ninth Row: Rev. Winfred Calhoun, Margaret Skelly, Janis Nel- son, Robert Coman. OFFICERS HAROLD NOWELL ............... . . NELDA CUMER .... ESTHER LEE ........ HELEN PHILLIPS .... BETTY AINSWORTH . .. SAM BAREFIELD ..... MAXINE HATCHER . . . HAROLD NUWELL .. NELDA COMER ..... NORMA SHEDD . . . .. ...President .. . Vice President . . . .Secretary ....Trer1surer ...Publicity .... . .Director .... . .Worship Board Merrzber Board Mernber ........Mu5ic f The Wesley Foundation stresses fellowship . . . proclamation of the gospel of Iesus Christ . . a deeper understanding ofthe Christian faith . . . religious and social discussions and programs. wesley foundation westminster fellowshi The purpose of the lN'estminster Fellowship is Presbyterian Church . . . Represented MSC at to bring together in worship and fellowship all the State VVestminster Fellowship Conference Presbyterian students and those interested in the 42? ei it if tw. Y it K MEMBERS Third row: Janie Seale, Wlillace Allred EIIC First row: Tommy Rigdon, Sally Russ, Ceorge Kicgml' Ruby Simmons- Edward Akim' Russ. Lavern lN'ing, Virginia Toelke. Second row: Martha Mayfield, Shirley Murphy, Kittye Payne, .lane Miller, .Ioy 'I'urman, Ann Hester. 68 OFFICERS SKLLY RUSS . . . ...... P1 11 nl LQXYERNE NYINC . .. ..... Vi tre' P1 11 nf li JNIMY RICIDQ DN ... .... S f'1' Ietrllj'-T1 1 111 1 -It JHN Rl'SS ...... ...Stzulrnt 1341171 I 1 MEMBERS First row: Mr. M. C. Nydegger, Nancy Jackson Edith Smith, Helen Welsch, Dr. H. A. Shands, Dr. C. L. Pell. Second row: Mr. Jassoon, Miss Ernestine Tho- mae, Dr. WV. W. Stout, Miss Ethel Frazier, Mrs. Annette Wilde1', Mrs. Sara Johnson. 7 OFFICERS EDITH SMITH .... .... P zesident HELEN XVELSCH ..... ..... V ice Pretirleizt NANCY JACKSON .... ..... S ecfe t ary-Trerzsulez DR. PELL .... ..... . S'p0nx0r 'S National Honorary French Fraternity . . . in- stalled onthe Mississippi Southern College Cam- pus in May, 1950 . . . its program of activities con- sists of feature talks and movies about French culture . . . membership is composed of students 'T who have attained a high average in French . . . faculty members, and other persons interested in French literature, language, and culture are eligible for membership. ' i pl delta h crown clu Southt-rn's newest social organization. . .dedi- cated to higher ideals and standards of woman- hood . . . participates in local projects for the less fortunate . . . March of Dimes . . . promotes scholarship . . . upholds Southern's contagious spirit of friendliness . . . second place award in Homecoming motorcade . . . members active in all phases of campus life. -431 -Q wif V 45 it - 'S MEMBERS First Row: Cynthia Holcomb, Lou McRae, Myrta Mae Hoda, Tommye Morris, Marlyn Williams, .Io Hall. Second row: Rose Ann Morris. Faye Courtney. Jacqueline Jones. Frances Berry, Susanne W'right, Loucille Yeager, Evelyn lN'alker. . -.iw ' ,,- ff 9 ess: I ,rf 3 l I I I 1, 5 I i -es f' " - f IQ , i 55.9, C 1' FP? e .'.'+ I 4, X , ,O , 'C ' we ax' First Row: Jacqueline Jones, Myrta Mae Hoda, Tornmye Mor- Top: The Winner ' ris, Marilyn Williams. B . T, t f I X Second row: Rose Ann Morris, Susanne Wright, Fay Courtney. mmm' 'me ou or C0 a Top: Play it pretty! Organized: October 12, 1950, Mississippi OFFICERS Southern Collegeg Colors: Silver and Blue. TQMMYE LQNELLE MCERRIS p,e5,,,e,,, Q T cwha Wh A S MARILYN WILLIAMS PzcePreszdent ueen ommye os o mong tu- . . . 0 I MYRTA MAE HCDA S6l'lFf0l1 dents In American Colleges and Universitiesj . . ACKIE ONES T reigns over the royal court . . . heiress to the J J mmm throne, Marilyn shares the royal duties. . . Murt FAYE COURTNFY Rffmfff H'5""""' pushes the court quill, while Jackie counts the RUSIE ANNE MORRIS Cflfwffflfl royal jewels . . . court counselor and worthy SUZANNE WRIGHT Sffw111ff1r 4f'775 advisor is Miss Dunstan. Miss MARY F DUNST xx Facultg sponsor ld W, lil Q Q C Meets bi-monthly to discuss foreign affairs, ternational Relation Clubs . . . composed of stu- current events. and domestic problems of interest dents interested in current affairs. particularly . . a member of the National Association of In- of social studies majors. MEMBERS lfirst row: Della Sims. Wally IN'illian1s. Edith Smith. Bill llI'Il10l'ZlI1, Dr. Wilber. Dr. Fortune, joel Patterson. Second row: Daisy lNIay Brown, Helen IYelsch, Mendel Whittington. Nelson Aikens. Rebecca Hurley, Edmund Lowe. 'llhomas Parker. 'llhircl rom: David lXIeClan1roek, James lYhite. lXIllI'IlI2l liriee, Dzluphine jones, Henrietta Louis. Lloyd Sexton. tiracly liewis, IohnS11cldith. Fourth row: Joan Ton. Bobby Jennings. Freenion jones. John Johnston. David Dingwall. lYinnfred Calhoun. lem' Lott. -, 1 OFFICERS EDITH SMITH ... .............. ,... BILL DEMURAN ... W.-XLLY WILLLXMS ... DI-II,I..X SIMS ...... . DR. FORTLTNIC .. fl' President P1 f-,tiriwzf SrrfrI11ry 'IW e'z1.v1114'1 .Sjrorzmz I 3 features 1 Pax Left, mp to bottom: 794 joy boyer kay colser frankie delmas ,MW Q f , I fins, ,z ,x-X ,, ,, I My. M ,M f X I,-J 1 K .F X 7 "A .A ' 1 ' " f f , -gg " ' 'G ,. ' , " . . . -L-, ' 545 ioyce barrott ioyce barretl JW M. J' q I 51 f .. I if ' , . W , 2 z wx . xx.. aff., My int 4. ,J" 1 '! 'E 'DN JW' E' Left, top to bottom: sharon franklin myrtle ruth fikes pat fackson Mmm, fo'-lb 1 ay J' J Y ., . 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'1 1 Q avorites 'Q'- Top to Bottom: mary iacqueline elses, junior vvolyn montgomery, sophomore jerry stovonson. frvshnaan :fi o 141 V21 Top to Bottom: bartis harpor, junior K robort morgan, sophomore ' J houston oaks. frvslunan x 4-an 'L I if ,W g P f ,E Q 4 mi ff 22? bubber phillips and pat jackson mr. and miss In. s. c 'Q 2 F A af xi 1' 1 - gi mf, f nf '. zu- hall of ame above: bud bullocls below: aan slcelton above: sara fane eddy below: tommy wood 47351: n Q r d 2 3 E Q3 N . I f a. .. . 1 'ff I lv X I , of Q MARION ELLZEY BULLOCK Tylertown, Mississippi . . . Student Body President . . . Pi Tau . . . Who's Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Universities. SARA JANE EDDY Heidelberg. Mississippi . . . Pi Kappa Pi Secretary and Treasurer '... Pi Omega Pi Secretary . . . Woman's Stu- dent Government Association President . . . Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. ZAN LEE SKELTON, JR. Basic, Nlississippi . . . Kappa Sigma 1949-50-51, Grand Procurator, 1950-51 . . . Alpha Psi Omega 1949-50-51, Vice President 1949-50. President 1950-51 . . . Pi Kappa Pi, President 1950-51 . . . Southern Players 19418--19-50-51 Left to right: Seated: Sara Jane Eddy, Burl Bn 89 . . . Southern Radio Players 1948-49-50 . Spf t th Arts Council 1950-51 . . .Wesley Foundation Reporter 1918 19 . . . lVeathersby Hall Government 1950 Honor rrx Freshman Organization. Secretary 19-18--19 10 ml Student Council 1950-51 . . . Pi Tau . . . Phi Fta S1 mi Who's lVho Among Students in American Lnivcrsitus and Colleges. THOMAS PURSER WOOD McComb, Mississippi . . . Alpha Tau Omt 1 Alphi Epsilon Delta Treasurer 1950-51 . . . Phi Kappi Dr ltr President 1949-50-51 . . . Pi Tau President 1910 il American Chemical Society . . , Speech Arts Council First Vice President of Student Body . . . Dcbfrtc lmm 1919-50 . . . Whois lVho Among Students in Amcrit in llluek. Standing: Zan Skelton, Tommy Hluotl, Universities and Colleges. ig 1 l"D B -SKER JOYCE BAR who' ED BAKER: Vero Rig-acii, Flnridii. . Sigina , . . Debate Team, JOYCE BARRETT: Gulfport, Mississippi . . . Junior . . . Dramatics, Speech Correction . . . Chi Omega . . . Alpha Psi Omega . . . Pi Kappa Delta . . . Junior Class Vice President. CHESTER HERSCHEL BLALOCK: Philadelphia, Mississippi . . . Senior . . . Social Studies . . . President of Future Teachers of America . . . Senior Class President. MARION ELLZEY BULLOCK: Tylertown, Mississippi . . . Senior . . . Marketing and Merchandizing . . . Pi Tau . . . Student Body President. DALTON ROBERT BURCH, JR.: McComb, Mississippi . . . Junior . .A . Speecli, Biology . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Pi Kappa Delta . . . Alpha Psi Omega . . . Student Body Second Vice President. WVINFRED E. CALHOUN: Bassneld. Mississippi . . . Senior . . . History . . . Pi Tau . . . President of Christian Federation . . . Presi- dent of XVesley Foundation. LEO CLARK: Biloxi, Mississippi . . . Graduate . . . Guidance . . . Phi Kappa Tau . . . 1949-1950 Editor of "Studi-nt Printz" . . . Inter-Fraterw nity Council . . . Student Council Editor of 1950, SOUTHERNER . ERNEH . . . XVho's lVho in Amt-rican Colleges anad Universities, 1949-50. WVINFRED CALHOUN SARA JANE EDDY RETT CHESTER BLALOCK 'srf AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES ROBERT CLEMENTSg Hattiesburg, Mississippi . . . Graduate . . Music . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Student Council . . . Pi Tau . . Vesper Choir . . . Tenor Soloist for "Me-ssiah." YVOODIE DUANE COOK: Leakesville, Mississippi . . . Senior . . . Business Education . . . Viforthy Master of Alpha Tau Omega . . . Pi Tau, President 1949-50 . . . IRC . . . Inter-Fraternity Council . . . Second Vice President of Student Body 1949-50 , , , XTho's YVh0 in American Universities, 1949-50. SARA JANE EDDYg Heidelberg, Mississippi . . . Senior . . . Business Education . . . Pi Kappa Pi, Pi Omega Pi . . . YVoman's Student Govern- ment Association, President. EMILY ELOUISE ELAM: McComb, Mississippi . . . Junior . . . Sociolo- gy . . . Kappa Delta . . . President of Panhe1lenic'Council . . . YVom- enfs Student Government . . . Student Council . . . Pep Squad. Ll'LA DELLE FANCHER: Coffeeville, Mississippi . . . Junior . . . Home Economics . . . Student Printz . . . Vice President of Freshman Class . . . President of B. S. U .... Secretary of Future Teachers of America . . . Home Economics Club . . . Y. XV. A. BETTIE RUTH HUMPHREYS3 Cordora, Tennessee ...' Senior . . . Home Economies . . . President of Home Economics Club . . . B. S. U. ...Y.W.A. ROBERT CLEMENTS WYOODIE COOK LULA DELL FRANCHER BETTY HUBIPHREYS 2 1771 EL hu . Yiwu, sf T ts- DIARION BU LLOCK DALTON BURCH v an R14 JOHNEEN INGERSOLL TONIDIYE MORIIIS BIERLE NE!W'1'ON JOIIN IYIELVIN PIIILLIPS 'I'0MXIIE POPE J0HNEEN ROBERTA INGERSOLLZ Bil0Xi. Mississippi . . . Junior . . . Southern Radio Players . . . Speech Arts Council . . . Wesley . . . Art . . . Kappa Delta . . . Kappa Pi . . . 'Student Printz" . . . Pep Squad . . . Freshman Queen . . . Kappa Delta Vice President . . . Student Council . . . YVomen's Student Government Association Vice President. Foundation, Reporter 1948-49 . . . Student Council Phi Eta Sigma. ...PlTal1... PHILIP EARL SL.-KDE: Hiittieslvurg. Mississippi . . . Senior . . . Chemistry . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. Alumni Secretary . . . Pi Tau . . . Kappa Mu Epsilon, Vice President . . . Student Aitilates, Amerif-an Chemical Society, President . . . B.S.U .... Mississippi Academy of Science. TOMMYE LaNELLE MORItISg Gulfport, Mississippi . . . Senior . . . Secretarial Science . . . Crown Club . . . Majorette . . . Business Man- ager ot' 1951 SOUTHERNER. NETTY MERLE NEWTONQ DeSoto, Mississippi . . . Junior . . . Com- merce . . . Delta Sigma Epsilon, President . . . Pi Omega Pl . . . Secre- tary of Student Council. BETTY JEANNE SMITH: Poplarville, Mississippi . . . Senior . . . Dramatics. . . Kappa Delta . . . Pi Kappa Delta . . . Alpha Psi Omega . . . Sigma Alpha Eta. . . Speech Council . . . XVSGA, ClYlf'CilHll'll'l1lIl. JOHN MELVIN PHILLIPS: MQCOYI. MiSSi5iDDi . . . Senior . . . Physi- EDITH MONTGOMERY SMITHg Laurel. Mississippi , . . Senior . . . C2-lEdUCafi0I1 - . - Outstanding M.S.C. athlete 1949-50 . . . "M" Club, Fi-en.-ii . . . Kappa Delta . . . Pi Delta Pin, Pr.-sid.-iii . . . .xipiia Psi President , . . Kappa Alpha . . . Physical Education 'Club . . . Who's Omega . . . Senior Class Secretary . . . President of International XVho in American Colleges and Universities 1949-50 . . . Mr. M.S.C. Relatifmg Club , , , M0.,l.:i-n Language Club, TOMMIE CAROLYN POPE: Columbia, Mississippi . . , Senior . . Voice . . . Kappa Delta, President 1949-50 . . . Pi Kappa Lambda . . . President of Hattiesburg Hall . . . Vice President of Junior and Senior Class. Southern Singers Vesper Choir, Choral Union, YV.S.G.A. . . Who's Vvho in American Universities and Colleges, 1949-50 ...' So- prano Solist in "Messiah." MARY TOM IVILLIAMSQ Pinola, Mississippi . . . Senior . . . English . . . Alpha Sigma Alpha, President . . . Alpha Psi Omega. . . 1951 SOUTHERNER Editor . . . Class Editor nf 1950 SOUTHEIINEH . . . Student Printz . . . Southern Players . . . B.S.U., Reporter 1949-50. THOMAS PURSER IVOOD: McComb, Mississippi . . . Senior . . . 'Chemistry . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta, TVE'ZlSlII'4'l' . . . Pi Kappa Delta, President . . . Pi Tau, Presitleiit . . . Studi-nt Affiliate American Chemical Soclcty, Speech Arts 1"oun-'il . . . First Vice President 1ifSfl.1LlPllt Body . . , Di-haute Team . , . BILL I.. REEDY: Tupelo, Mississippi . . . Junior . . . Market and Merchandising , , . Alpha. Tau Omega XVOrthy Scribe . , . President of Sophomore and Junior Class. ZAN LEE SKELTON. JR.: Basic, Mississippi . . . Senior . . . English . . . Kappa Sigma, Grand Procurator 1950-51 . . . Alpha Psi Omegea, Vice President 1949-50, President 1950-51 . . . Pi Kappa Pi, President . . . Honorary Freshman Organization, Secretary . . . Southern PlayPI'S GIVEN T. YOUNG: Taylorsville. Mississippi . . . Senior . . . Biology . . . President of Beta Beta Beta . . . Future Teachers of Arne-rica, President. BILL REEDY ZAN SKELTON PHIL SLADE BETTY J EANNE SMITH EDITH SMITII MARY TOM IVILLIAMS TOMMY IVOOD GIYEN YOUNG x-5,-2 WX ,LX ,,,-P, M, aj, lo A W, , J, , , x ,mv-,., x - ' l 'fa fr. 15.4 -34.01 1. 35 .A ,- ex w Q 3-.f,...f-H 4 A fff' 1' f- ' , , , ,, ffm' we, 2, ,L.L,,1fh " gi ?z5yi45L4f,19?'1 My 1: vu, . .--f"' 2? Jfffffyzfis. Zagat! V ,. ,I if I 5TRXK K ' Ziyi 1 K f J' ff: 5,1 ,fifff Rial EU? W! f V ,I K! ff? ' 7' 0 4,-ff',,n'l 7',.,,w.. X yfz ww! wif f ' ' fff ,Wk wc," MU 2' wi f , f , J Z, Of .07 U, HO 1 y X f ,f f ,, IM ! I 1 i VJ 5 i 1 5 K, i, J 1 2 , 3 5 E I 55 I a , ,I K, 4 if 3 F. 173. f, ,gn , .?' ...md Q I -,N - 1. , 4, ,iifwzm'..:25,R'::QTS.fQ Q x X 1 -ww ..,.. r 4 2 'inf 1 , 1 X,,., : : ., ,4 i an TES 1 ...JA Rocmcm ON RE reeks interfraternity council JACK HUNT President Coordinator of interfraternity activities for all Creek letter fraternities-declares rules, dates and procedures for rushing and pledging assigns calendar dates for socials-composed of repre- sentatives from all campus fraternities and the Dean of Men-Sponsors annual formal and other social activities-+This year for the first time brought to our campus Tex Benekeis Band. Seated, Left to Right: Bert Campbell, Kappa Alphag james Price. Pi Kappa Alpha: Aubrey Weil, Phi Kappa Taug Jimmy McKenzie, Kappa Alpha: Bill Corley. Phi Kappa Taug jack Hunt, Kappa Sigma: John Wood, Pi Kappa Alpha: VVoodie Cook, Alpha Tau Omega: Mil- ford Kelley, Alpha Tau Omega: David McClamrock. Alpha Delta Mu. W , . , A aA,,,:...Y1f -9-., pan-hellenic council Governs the women's fraternities . . . pro- motes inter-sorority co-operation in campus life . . . regulates rushing through rules agreed upon by all members . . . sets quota for sorority mem- bership . . . opens rush week with annual pan- hellenic tea A. . . composed of a junior and a senior representative from each sorority . . . local pan- hellenic is a member of national pan-hellenic conference . . . officers are selected by rotation . . . general meeting is held once a month. First row: Betty Riley, Alpha Sigma Alphag Miss Virginia Felder, advisorg Emily Elam, Kappa Delta. Second row: Margaret Wright, Phi Mug Betty Doherty, Delta Sigma Epsilon: Marilyn Pittman, Delta Delta Deltag Garnet Griffin, Chi Omegag Helen McBeth, Sigma Sigma Sigma. 'Qing EMILY ELAM President 'fi as YB? l CSG? i iii , Ms 'v .-3 Top: First row, left to right: Ralph MeDaniels, Bill Corley, Joe Dick- erson, Aubrey YVeil: sw-ond row: George WYard, Bill Kennedy, Gene Coekrun, Mr. Reese Helmer, Sr., Reese Helmer, Jr., Wallace King, Thad Davis, Alton LeFehvre, Ralph Smi-th. Above: Spring Formal Phi Kappa Tau was the First organization to bring na- tional social fraternalism to the booming campus of Mis- sissippi Southern College. Members active in religious organizations - Pi Tau - Who's Who - Dramatics - Sports--sPublications-Pre Legal-Delta Sigma Pi. Fraternity activities consists of Red Carnation Ball --hayridesw-house dances-smokersgand ardent par- ticipation in intramural sports. Wing Commander Bill Corley relays missions to squadron chief Ralph McDaniels-while adjutant Wal- lace Keenskeeps briefing data-Finance officer Joe Dickerson hoards the loot-Reese Helmer, Sr., handles inter-squadron communications-all squadron personnel strive diligently for the maintenance of a smooth work- ing organization. phi lea Top: Korea Worries Above: Pledge Master W'eil Expounds Lil .9fo.0. ', .. Q T0 ,Q ,-5 Q 5. 0. ' .fo O'o' O Founded: Miami University. Oxford. Ohio. l905. 61 Active Chapters. Beta Epsilon installed. October 16. 19-l8. Colors: :Red and Old Gold. Flower: Red Carna- tion. OFFICERS BILL CORLEY .................... ...... P residerzt RALPH INICDANIELS .. . ... ...lvire Prrxidenl YVALACE KEEN ...... ............... T reasurer REESE HELINIER, SR. ... .... Corresponding Secretary AUBREY J. WEIL, JR. .. THAD DAVIS ...... .. . . . . . . .. .Pledge Illaxter ....Ru.vlzing Chairman L. RALPH SMITH . . . .... Sergeant-at-Arnzs BILL KENNEDY ........ ............. E ditor REESE HELNIER, JR. .. .- ........,.. Historian GENE COCKRAN ..... .... I ntramural .Manager pa tau CIJKT MEMBERS First Row: Lewis Barber, Leo Clark, Gene Cochran, Third Row: Robert Hutchinson, William Kennedy, William Corley, Joe Dickerson. Hubert Kline, Alton LeFebvre, Eldon Lowe. Second Row: Fred Ferguson, Merle Green, Rudy Fourth Row: Ralph McDannial Robert Riley, Ralph Hanna, Reese Helrner, Sr., Reese Helmer, Jr. Smith, George Ward, Lowery Woodall. Not Pictured: Thad Davis, Aubrey Weil, Wallace Keen, Clymer Wright, Jack Reynolds, Walter Bunch, Rankin, Pete Reynolds, and Marion Cruthirds. fills! 'auf 4""1-'L MVX if "---X "-NQM, ' K V, N-lv" 'W-ug., .4 if--1 sad 47 wr, 5-5 f X l P 411 Top: First row, left to right: Jimmy Mr-Kenzie, Bert Campbell, Roger - ' Stuart: second row: Himhert Sinopli, Corky Capps, Bill Selah, Harry TOP- DUZ Does EVC1'ylhlIlg Barber, Clifford Johnson, Robert Morgan. Above: Just one of the Boys Above: Old South Ball Winner in homecoming float parade-members in Pi ,,.fr p ee, 5 .. 1 ' 1 , . . . 2 is vs-1 5 Ixappa P1, Alpha Epsilon Delta-band and varsity sports eg If f 1 f -members listed in VVho,s Who and HM" club, Hayrides and the annual G'Old South Balln complete the Kappa Alpha round of activities. Commanding General of the army is llert Campbell with Colonel lVIcKenzie as his able aid-Roger Stuart and Robert Morgan call the regiment to attention as lieu- tenants Barber, Johnson and Capps carry out the orders, Sergeants Sinopli and Selah assisting. 111- 98 ,XX ., ji Eff Founded: Washington and Lee Universitv, 1865. 73 Active Chapters. Gamma Zeta installed, November 7, 1948. Colors: Crimson and Gold, Flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose. OFFICERS BERT CAMPBELL .................. ..... 1 JIMMY MCKENZIE .... ..... 1 1 ROGER sTUAR'1' .... .... 1 II ROBERT MORGAN .....1V HARRY BARBER ...... .... V c:L1FFoRD JOHNSON ...VI coRKY c:APPs .....,. ..... L 'II HIMBERT SINOPLI ..... V111 BILL sELAH ....... ..... 1 X lea a al ha KA MEMBERS First Row: Walter Adams, Harold Applewhite, Howard Best, Joe Boardman, Erskin Bonds, Goldie Brophy, Tarver Butler, Bert Campbell. Second Row: Corky Capps, Fritz Clark, Henry Lee Conn, Ed Corley, Wilmer Dossctt, Bill Ellis, Bobby Evans, Sid Hall. Third Row: Jimmy Hamilton, Bill Hendricks, Carl Johnson, Clifford Johnson, John Latimer, Jerry Lyons, Jimmy McKinzie, O. J. Miller. Fourth Row: Robert Morgan, Buddy Oliver, Pat Patterson Bubber Phillips, Henry Roberts, Jack Robinson, Erskin Rossi Gary Rounsaville. Fifth Row: Larry Rouse, Bill Selah, Charles Singleton, Him bert Sinopoli, Lindy Stewart, Roger Stuart, Ralph Stewart John Stiglets. Sixth Row: Sonny Temple, Mike Walker, Carl Welborn Clarence Woods, Roddy Woods, Bill Wiltshire. Not Pictured: Harry Barber, Mike Martison, Armend Prentiss, Wayne Howard, Wendell Causey, Billy Williamson, Bill Bowlus, Gerald Easley, Richard Johnson, Bubbcr Huntington, Phil Stevenson, Bill Sanders, Cecil Williams, and Jimmy Webb. Bobby Pugh, Earl Grauer, 7 Ka si..'..F' IYJX' "N-iw Quin vw., J5' f-M 'r NU' fi-Y W, 'Wav 5 Ney! rf, 'Ra ""'s. 'ev f .Y-1 ,,..-4 Qs 'F"5 if V-v 5 1 '32 5 uv Q--v .1 x flew, N, U NJ Xi 1 ffl 'N ms A Stl 1 am... zffmnze Top: First row, seated, left to right: Zan Skelton, Juek Hunt. llielmrd Ste-unrlg s-tamlinga Cllarles Daws, Sinn Bourne, Mike Doherty, Pete Avara. Above: Dooms Day for S. L. I. The "Sigs', were the intramural champs-trophy win- ners in football. baseball and basketball for 1949-50-its membership lists presidents of Pi Kappa Pi, IFC, Kap- pa Pi, Alpha Psi Omega-eThree members listed in Whols W'ho-one in Hall ol' Fame. Hunt handles the gavel with Skelton second in com- mand- fStewart is the righteous ritual man-Daws sits in the secretary scat while Krohn counts the cash5Cuards at the chapter doors are Avara and Doherty. - -- -lea igma 100 ?, . if? ' I 1, l 1 W l r Top: The Champs l Above: The Chips are Down i .f,ic:1,i+tLfL1. WI Founded: University of Virginia. December 10. 1869. Traces origin to University of Bologna, 1100. 122 Active p Chapters. Epsilon Nu founded December 11. 1948. Col- i. ors: Scarlet, White and Emerald. Flower: Lily-of-the- Valley. .I il OFFICERS le JACK HUNT ,..... ............... ........ G 1 and Blaster Z.-KN SKELTK FN ....... ........... C fmna' Pzofurntor RICHARD STEYYART . . . . . .Gm1zz1'JlI11.vte1' OfC?t'Ir"lII071I.F5 CHARLES DAIVS ....... . ............. Grand Scribe PETE KROHN ........... . . ..... fyltllld 7lI't'II5ZH'f'I' NIR. ORYILLE THUIXI.-XS . . . ..... lfzzrzilfy Aa'z'i,v0r PETE pXYAR.'X ..... ....... ........... C I umd BIIKE DUHERTY . . . .... Guard - W i l l l MEMBERS First Row: lNIark Abraham, Pete Avara, Edward Akers, Edwin Baker, Randy Barnes, Joe Barron. Second Row: Sam Bourne, Jimmy Dale, Jimmy Daniels, Charles Daws, Bob Dutton, Mike Doherty. Third Row: Sam Farris, Louis Germanis, Pete Krohn, James Lamousin, Newton LeBlanc, Austin Lindsey, Jim Middleton. Fourth Row: Leon Piekard, Bob Riegert, Claude Shuttle- worth, Zan Skelton, Sonny Spence, Richard Stewart, Jerry Veazey. Not Pictured: Jack Hunt, Jimmy Martello, Joe Bob Murray, Bill Still, Richard Watson, Ed Sehmelling, Nel- son Black, Robert Coman, Henry Fuller, Arthur Smith, Eddie Sobezok, Walter Goreeki, Stewart Covington. Dick Lightsey, Jack Avary, Claude Jennings, Billy Joe Wade. I 9 2 l i is! If .qi 'argl first is A A, . H, E op: left to rigflit, first row, Reeds, IN-moraul, Cook. tyilson, SIN"YlN'l'Q Top: Cheek to Cheek eeonel row, Iraurtl, Smith, Fmiiplwll, Pallnn-r, J, Nillmins, Hood, W. Williflma- Above: Freezing SLI Above: Sweethearts of ATO Alpha Tau Omega is especially proud of its house whose lounge of natural pine has been the scene of many a happy partyf--lean fChapter Sweetheartj smiles down from the piano at the boys as they entertain sororities and fraternities' aetives are listed in Pi Tau, Alpha Psi Omega. and Alpha Epsilon Delta-Three members in lN'ho's lVho one in Hall of Fame . . . Second in scholar- ship among fraternities. lN'ortllB' NIastr'r Cook heads the "AIU" houseliolelf Dm-moran is second in command Reedy the Scribe does the svribbling and Wilson holds the purse strings. Founded: Riehmond, Virginia. September ll, 1865. l lfl Active Chapters. Epsilon Lpsilon installed November 19, 19-19. Colors: Sky Blue and Gold. Flower: lYhitC Tea Rose. OFFICERS XYOODIE D. COOK ................ . . .I1'o11lz-1' Ala.:-ter BILL DEINIORAN ........ ............ I l'OIf1lj'CillI1.fJ1HIl1 BILL REEDX .......................... ...ll'mtl1,1' Sfflibl' FRED CI'l.'XlX'IP IYILSON ...... llitlffll-1' lX,t'l'Al7t'7' ofE.x'rl1equer MILFORD KELLY ... MIQLBOURN LAIRD .. Dt DN SMITH ........ JERRY WILLI.-XMS ... TOMMY WOOD ..... W.'XI.LACR WILLIAMS li. Q. CAMPBELL .... .. J. '11 P.-XLIXIRR ....... " "I" pha au 102 .. . ............ Keeper of .-innalx ............I1'o1tl1y Serzlirzvl ....li'o1'tl1y Iftlzn ........Pn1m Rt'f70Ifl'lA ., . .......... Pledge illfzxrez' . . . . .xllllllllll C.'or1'e,vp011de'11t .......l'llIf'1l1fJ' A11'z'i,vor' . . . . . .1'l1If'1llf'1' .'Ir11'z'.v0r om ga AT MEMBERS First Row: Dalton Burch, Ben Childress, Billy Clark, Bobby Clements, Woodie Cook, George Craft, Charlie Dabbs. Second Row: Bill Demoran, Henry DeWitt, Vern Easterling, John Edwards, Jimmy Ezelle, Jerry Felkins, Warren Forten- berry. Third Row: Robert Frier, Olney Gibson, Erskin Havens, Bill Hays, Bill Hodges, Anthony Jiminez, Albert Johnson. Fourth Row: Richard Jones, Ance Jordan, Mel Laird, Bill Magee, Wallace Majors, Andy Mayfield, Billy Mac Mayfield. Fifth Row: Bob Measells, Francis Napier, Bob Nobles, Jack O'Neal, Bill Reedy, Frank Rogers, John Ellis Simmons. Sixth Row: Jimmy Simms, Franklin Slay, Shannon Slylield, Don Smith, Jack Spence, Webb Stribbling, Bob Storey. Seventh Row: Bob Touhey, Phil Turner, Jerry Williams, Wally Williams, Charles Williamson, Fred Wilson, Tommy Wood. Not Pictured: George Brock, Buddy Dees, and Charles Weiss. S, 1- L Top: Pearce, Price, Anderson, Wood Bottom: Spring Formal The scholarship award gleams brightly on the Chapter wall-list among members editor of "Student Printzn- Members in Pi Tau, Kappa lN1u Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Delta and "M" Club--A dream girl danee. tea dances for the various sororities and house smokers round out the social Calendar for the Hpikesf' lVl1CIl the Hfratlsl' in session. lVooCl Calls for order-M Prim- stands hy. and Anderson keeps a keen eye on the money while Pearee records for the ehapter. , at Top: Our Dream Girl Bottom: PKA Fellowship 1. 'JTC Off Q Cl' ,F ,fa ff w r. Founded: University of Virginia, 1869, 93 Active Chapters. Delta Blu installed. December 10. 1949. Col- ors: Garnet and Old Gold. Flower: Lily-of-the-valley. OFFICERS JOHN lVOOD ............................ SAIC President JAMES D. PRICE ........ .... I AIC Vice P2'e.vide1zt BILLY BOB ANDERSON . . . ......... THC Treaxurer O. PEARCE ........... .... S C Rcrording Secretary AUSTIN MOR.-XN ......... . . .IUC Sergerzrit-rzt-Arnzs OLIVER TERRELL DEAN. . . ' MACK H,-XMRICK ....... . VAN VAUCHN ...... TOMMY THOMAS .. ...........Clzap1azn ...Pledge lllnstrr . .Hitiorian .. . .Sofinl Chairman lea a alpha IIKA MEMBERS First Row: Walter Alexander, Bill Anderson, john Boy- kin, Doyle Brantly, Lemar Britton, Tony Carter, Billy Crook. Second Row: Oliver Deen, Wilmer Dillard, Dean Grif- fin, Mack Hamrick, Bobby Harper, Donny Hue John- son, Mitchel Lavinghouse. Third Row: James Madison, VVayne McGraw, Austin Moran, Bobby Nloulder, Gene Myers, O. Pearce, Bif- fle Pittman. Fourth Row: Joe Priee, Johnny Prire, Harland Rogers. Lee Shipley, Phil Slade, C. A. Stewart, Virgil Sullivan. Fifth Row: Warren Tate, Tommy Thomas, Bobby Thompson. David Lee Walker, Rosser Wall, John Wood. Not Pictured: Van Vaughn, James Priee, Billy James Johnson, Jim Whitlaw, Vivian Taylor, Billy Salter, Ford Rateliff, Houstin Oaks, Carey Jones, Bob Hieks, Ted Harris. Jimmy Gibbs, John Copeland, and Jerry Critz. l l '59 J ,P qi ' ,:' ff VWVQ I 5 I l -" 59 " we . l ff t 1 ' ' ' pa, 455 if K J I , 3 5 I 2' ff frat I: l 'P Y 4 as lla Top. seated, left to right: Mc-Bride, Vinnedge, Bass. Second Row, Top. Plato Versus Aristotle standing: Nelson McLeod, Jackson. . Above: Somethin n th L' Above: A Watched Pot Never Boils gs 0 C me Highest scholastic average among fraternities-mein -.X lx A if v A . , F' bcrs active in various campus honor societies-drarnatics X ut dx t U I t d bl. t. Founded: Mississippi Southern College. May 19, 1947. -5 U Ln Fovcmmfn an Pu ICH Ions' Local Organization. Colors: Green and I'Vhitc. Flower: Magnolia. OFFICERS H111'l2m Vinnffdgff PT9'5idC5 at ITICCUUSSEEFUCST MC- I-IARLAN VINNEDGE ............. ....... P miami ERNEST MCBRIDE . .. ......... Vice President RICHARD BASS ...... ...... I iecording Secrciary CECIL JACKSON' ........ .... C '0I'l't'X.lI07ld1'7lg Secretary llriclc takcs ovcr in his ahscncc-Yellass writes thc minutes DAVID MQCLAMROCK . . . ............... Historian HUDSON NELSON ,.... . . .Svrgefzrlf-at-Arnzx BASIL MCLEOD ......... ........ T reasurer DR. PORTER FORTUNE ... . ...Sponsor while McLeod writes thc checks. MR. HAROLD LEONE .... . . .Sponsor I- - --- --- ha deltamu 106 AAM MEMBERS First Row: Richard Bass, Lyle Bonge, Ray Third Row: Will Basil McLeod, Hudson Nelson, Bourg, WVesley Bozone. John Polk, Gerald Simon. Second Row: Bob F ike, Cecil Jackson, Ernest Fourth Row: Dave Vowell, Fred Yaconctti. McBride, David McClarnrock. Not Pictured: Harlan Vinnedge, Max Rush, William Boatmon, Ray Ball, Bishop Barker, Carlos Pinzon, Mark Houston. Wim, H.. -Sl'-if Q--M., any-... f"'9'i Z .ww , LN . . f . A DW sz-ff Top, left to right: Parks, MeBeth, Windham, Kennedy Top: See if you can make it eighteen inches! Above: Swinging and swaying Above: Sitting pretty The lirst national sorority on Southern's campus, Sigma Sigma Sigma was founded in 1898. Alpha Sigma was added to the family group in 19137. lN'hen the Tri Sigs come to order every YVednesday night, Helen Me- lieth aets as Mama and keeps order in the house . . . Big sister .lean Kennedy is right in there inserting a word when Nlama stops for breath . . . Bobbie Jean Parks does the letterwriting to relatives and Betty lfX'inclliznn keeps all the family posted . . . Bahy Sis Louise Suns begs for niekels and keeps traek of the hudget. Helen Chairrnans Miss. Hall in her spare time . . . Rose leads ofl' the beauties and willed her Crown as ATO Sweetheart to jean, Some ol' the Tri Sig time is spent in religious organizations, drznnaties, dance, Pi Unit-ga Pl, and student government. Purple and white and ll nosegay of violets are mueli in evidenee on April 21 when they all get together lor ll lizllnily reunion. if ij!! OFFICERS HELEN McBE'IiiI .. .,... Presirlerzt JEAN KENNEDY .... .... I 'fa-Pfmffmf BUBBIE JEAN PARKS ., . .... .s.W-fm Lot'1sE sms ..... . ..... rf .-fi, t W,- EE'1"1'Y WINDH.-XM .... Ci't7776'.Xl7Ol1IHlIQ sf-fit-rw MISS MeMILL.iXN .. . . . Sponsor - - igma 'gma igma 108 l EEZ MEMBERS First Row: Margaret Bethany, Hilda Brantley, Mary Fourth Row: Shirley Murphy, Peggy Opperman, Bob- -lackqulinc Ekesj Bonnie Flcming' Rose Frederick' bie Jean Parks, Barbara Peaster, Lucy Pittman, Mzxxinc Second Row: Carolyne Garner, Gene Gibbs, Helen Hall, Rushing' Theda Johnson, Emma Lou Jones. Third ROW: Jean Kermedyjlimma Jean Mangulng Helen Fifth Row: Louise Sims, Nell Thomas, Peggy Tinnin McBeth, jane Miller, Dortheann Murlnhree. Mary Vaughn, Carolyn Warnock, Betty Windham. 'E 'gafg K 5 sk6go2 -T' s I ' Q? ,H SV! 3 ,C ,935 ' r i 4 f r . ' .3 1' .4713 ' A K ifjgi, -'M --,. s-my f ' wa-4..f V . 4' .4 A Top, seated. left to right: Mrs. Polly Stout, Newton, Dohertyg Top: Prize-winners! .- ' ,'Hi,B kl, h. ,W'l. . Standing M0 t uc ey' 'IO mon mon Above: Outcome of homecoming parade Above: 'Round the maypole we go Founded in 1914, Delta Sigma Epsilon Chartered . FU' Alpha Kappa at Southern in 1940. As the Delta Sig 3.7 eireus eomes to town, Merle Newton eraeks the whip XXX and lets Betty Doherty take over every onee in a while for a show of her own . . . Nita Mofht writes the pro- at gram and barks them at every meeting . . , Yuba jane Hendricks does the eontaeting and answering of letters Nell liuekley takes up the money and makes Change . . . OFFICERS Dot hlelieod keeps a diary of aetivities . . . Faye n 1 Stuekey keeps in toueh with the old eireus members. MERLE NExY'1'tjN H ,,,,, Pfgjidenf Merle has time to keep the minutes for the Student , . . . , . BETTY DoHER'rY ...I'iff-Pff-fifffflf Ciouneil and is in "VVho s W'ho 111 Colleges" . . . Betty U makes the by-lines for the Student Printz as feature MTN MOFFII """""' """" """' S F Uemw editor . . , other DSE's helong to Kappa Pi, Eleinentary YUB.-X JANE HENDRICKS . . .... Cjmresponding St,t'!'t'f1I1J' Council, YYSGA. hand, and religious organizations. The - NELL BUCKLEY ........ . .... ........ 7 lI'?lIX1lI'Fl green and eream banners take over on eireus day, and , K, ' N UD , , , ............ Editor the eream tea rose takes the spotlight September 2.1 DOT MKLE I when they eelehrate the beginning of the eireus . . . the 1'-A-YE STUUIXEX '----' "" ' 'U"""1' Sef'i',m'i5' sung they sing is "'l'he Rose ol' DSE." MRS. PQQLLY 5'1'0U'1' ,, . .. .... Sponsor - delta igma ilon MEMBERS First Row: Gloria Biehl, Mildred Jane Black, Betty Sue Fourth Row: Merle Newton, Floy Polk, France-N Jo Breland, Mary D. Brown, Nell Buckley. Renno, Quida Rodgers, Joyce Samples. Second Row: Joyce Chapman, Judy Davis, Betty Fifth Row: Mildred Severance, Geraldine Smith, Fay Doherty, Yuba Jane Herdrick, Ann Horne. Stuckcy, Beverly Willirnos, Judy Wilson. Third Row: Sara Dee Laird, Dot McLeod, Joyce Mc- Not Pictured: Virginia Barnes, and Lorena Garrison Nair, Nita Moffett, Lillian Nasif. 1 Q. 'N- Q, , .3524 K, fop left to right: seated, Riley, Williams, jackson, Tindallg standing, Roberts, Munn, Smith Above: Where's Santa Claus? The first national sorority organized after the turn of the century, ASA sent Beta Delta to Southern in 1938 to be the second sorority on the Campus. When the Alpha Sigs get together for a bridge game. Mary Tom Williams holds the trump Card and '4roo1nie" Betty Riley takes over her partner,s hand when MT is away . . . Sue Jaekson is keeper of the score . . . with Shirley Thigpen sending results to people in general and Carolyn Lindsay sending it to the Printz . . . Patsy Munn collects the bets . . , while Aimee Tindall reeords results in the serapbook . . . and Mitzie Smith keeps fair play among the pledges. Mary Tom edits the 1951 Yearbook and is in "lNho,s Wlho in Colleges" . . . Shirley keeps the Student Council money in her little black box and dishes out the Printz Come Friday . . . Other members fan out to Kappa Pi, Alpha Psi Omega. Kappa Mu Epsilon, Student Printz, Southerner. Vesper Choir, and Madragallians. Always high in scholarship. the ASA favorite Cards COIIIC in pearl white and erim- son . . . with aster all around they sing "Oh Founder's llayu on November I5 . . . and "Alpha Sigma Sweet- heart" in February when the Narcissus blooms. I 5 ff, ig, ' . ,. . A 1 i if Q w Q ,, .kgs I ' Muff? giseffi I fop: Unposed, of course Above: Tea party for the members OFFICERS 5 ,' - I MARY TOM WILLIAMS ......... ..... P resident BETTY RILEY ......... .... I 'ir SUE JACKSON ., .. PATSY MUNN . . . .. AIMEE TINDALL ..... e-President .Secretary .Treasurer . . . .Editor HUGHLENE ROBERTS ... .. .Clzaplain MILDRED SMITH .... . ANCELINE WATKINS . BETH MIL.-KN .. . . .Registrar ...Sponsor ...Sporzyoz -al ha igma al ha MEMBERS First Row: Jayn Britt, Anna Broome, Betty Clinkscalcs, Third Row: Sue Jackson, Emma Lou Lawrence, Carolyn Jeanette Cook, Joyce Cooley. Lindsey, Joyce Magee, Beverly McIntyre. Second Row: Jean Ferguson, Margaret Gooch, Amorita Fourth Row: Patsy Munn, Pauline Owen, Betty Riley, Gordon, Martha Hays, Elizabeth Helmer. Hughlene Roberts, Jane Scale, Jane Shumaker. Fifth Row: Mildred Smith, Shirley Thigpen, Joyce Thompson, Aimee Tindall, Jo Anne Waldrup, and Mary Tom Williams. I. . .X, "--.H J as sis, igffifile-fu:-' Top, left to right: Landrum, Welsch, Barett, Milner, I. M., Milner, L., Griffin Above: May I have the crumbs? First national social fraternity for women to be or- ganized in the South, Chi O blazed a trail on Southernis campus in 1949 with Epsilon Delta. The chief of the Chi O wigwam is "lVeezie', Milner . . . with Garnett Griffin as the next squaw in line . . . Joyce Barrett sends and receives the smoke signals and gives the weekly account of them . . . Helen Welsch keeps the string drawn tight on the dowskin purse . . . Janet Landrum keeps all the little papooses toeing the line . . . Ida Marie Milner informs all the neighboring tribes of the goings ons. Nancy heads the Language Club . . , Joyce is in 'gWho's Who in Collegesw . . . Lingle heads the cheerleaders. Other members of the tribe canoe ofli to Pi Kappa Delta, Alpha Psi Omega, Pi Delta Phi, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Pi, religious organizations, WSGA, and music organizations. The wigwams are decorated in rardinal and straw, and all the squaws wear white carnations in their hair when they gather 'round for the big pow-pow on the Hfth day of April. 114 I ix x .X 'fi NPR' ,rf we I Top: Beauties in the doorway Above: Sweet harmony f, J OFFICERS LOUISE MILNER GARNETT GRIFFIN .. . . . . . .President .. . .Vife-President JOYCE BARRETT . . . ...... Sf'l'7'FfU7',l' . . . ........ Treasurer HELEN WELSCI-I IDA MARIE MILNER ....C'oz1'expor1d1'r1g Se'f1'f'tr11y JANET LANDRUM ....... .... P ledge Aria,-at MRS. OLIVINE 13LK13M.Hx .. ....... Sponsor MRS. MARY HAWRINS .... .... S pam, MRS. IOLA M.-ARTHUR .... spam, hi om ga MEMBERS First Row: Joyce Barrett, Polly Becker, Betsye Bishop, Roberta Bracey, Catherine Clower, Pat Coleman, Russelyn Connelly. Second Row: Rhetta Lou Cook, Janice Cooke, Martha Cooley, Peggy Eley, Mitzie Fleming, Sharon Franklin, Garnet Grifhn. Third Row: Margaret Joan Hart, Anne Hassel, Mary Frances Huntington, Nancy Jackson, Pat Jackson, Peggy Jackson, Janet Landrum, Fourth Row: Joyce Lingle, Rebecca McLeod, Mary Louise Mc- Leod, Dorothy McManus, Ida Marie Milner, Louise Milner, Velma Jean Myres. Firth Row: Betty Riddle, Janie Spence, Eugenia Stevens, Cath- erine Stringer, Dorothy Anne Stuart, Rebecca Tatum, Jo Ann Trieschmann. Sixth Row: Louise Weathers, Dot Weldy, Helen Welsch, Anna Cathrine Williams, Mary Jean Williams, Rosina Wofford, Mary Lynn Yeager. Not Pictured: Ann Vernon Brown, Jo Ann Fowler, and Sue McCool. HQ!-4 'G i at fat iiii Q Y?" ,asks 7,-Nxt C7 Top seated, left to right: Ingersoll, Bovay, Cleveland: standing, Redman, Pope, Longcoy, Thiac Above: Looks as if Emilyis winning Founded in 1897, Beta Sigma marched to Southern in 1949 to represent KD here. When Kappa Delta goes out for band practice, Janice Bovay does the directing with Johneen Ingersoll as her able assistant . . . Martha Cleveland reads the music and does the rewriting . . . Ann Longeoy does the collecting for the new uniforms and is assisted by Pat Readman . . . Tommie Pope checks the membership, Tommie heads the girls in Hattiesburg Hall, has been in HWho's Who in Colleges" for two years, and sings with the Vesper Choir. In her spare time her thoughts turn to Kentucky. Edith Smith heads IRC, and Pi Delta Phi, and Emily holds the gavel at Panhellenie meetings. Others practice in Kappa Pi, Pi Kappa Lambda, and Alpha Psi Omega, student government, and Vesper Choir. Five KD's made 'WVlio,s NVho in Collegesf' Their uniforms are green and white and they give a special performance October 23, Founders Day. They can play a "KD Girli' for hours . . . in their lapel they wear a white rose. 1 116 41 um tj 'foyer it-s. Top: Quite a number of proofreaders, Martha! Above: From me to you osiifo a law: twor.. iq,-,C OFFICERS IANICE BOVAY ........ ..... P resident ,IOHNEEN INGERSOLL . .. .... Vice-Prfsiderzt MARTHA CLEVELAND . . . .. .Secretary LONGCOY . . . . .. .. .... Trerzszrrer TOMMIE POPE . . . . .,.!l1e'n1be1'.vl1ip Cl1HI.l'I7IHl1 BETTY HICKMAN .. ........ ....... S porzxor lea a delta I i V l I r l V r i l in I l t P F K MEMBERS First Row: Janis Bovay, Ceraldene Brister, Dorothy Fourth Row: Kay Polk, Tommie Pope, Pat Readman Catchings, Martha Cleveland, Margie Cook, Betty Craig, Bonnie Curtis, Frances Davis. U Edith Smith, Nancy Swetman. Second Row: Emily Elam, Joan Freeman, joy Frost, Adva Jean Runnels, Virginia Runnels, Betty Jean Smith Amelia Graeser, Gene Helm, Hallie Houston, johneen Fifth Row: Natalie Thiac, Nancy Thornhill, Virginia Ingersoll, Vlrgmla' Jones' Toelke, Harriet Tomlinson, Joy Turman, Meridel Vin Third Row! Ann Longcoy, Carolyn Martin, Daisy May- Cent, Alice Wright, Marcia Young. Brown, Betty McDufHe, Jean Melvin, Becky Jo Myres, Diane Newsom, Marilyn Newsom. Not Pictured: Joyce Walker. 4K"'n.,, 'vT.? X T . Q ff. , ' f 1' Sits . 7: I 0 w, -is ,Q-rf, Q 3 wig: , ,4 We :waht :ill i N f. - I Mg-V 'f 1,w Top left to right: Newsome, Smith, Holliday, Huffman, Halfacre Top: E. Post would approve Above: Skipping lightly in the big gym The second oldest secret organization for women in America, Phi Mu was christened in 1852, Alpha Omi- cron sailed to Southern ninety-eight years later to be- come the sixth national sorority on the campus. When Phi Mu goes out to sea, Admiral Kathrine Holiday takes over the wheel with Nell Halfacre close behind . . . Glenn hlary Newsome takes down the signals . . . and Nora Frances Huffman guards the treasure chest . , . Evelyn hlontgomery keeps the log while Peggy Peevy has the pledges swab the deck . . . Mildred Smith and Margaret Wlright send reports by the wireless. hlilly has just about the "hottest" column in the Printz and red-headed Evelyn along with Peggy and the proxy can be heard in the Vesper Choir. Other members show up on Kappa Pi, Southern Singers. Southern Players, Band and class officers. Rose and white streamers ily high on hflarch '25 as they fondly look on their charter . . . The port holes are covered with Enchantress carnations while strains of "My Phi Blu Ladyn float over the harbor. 118 Above: Fasten it well, Kathrine me lilly' 'V A P. ' Q ,,-! f ' 'YJ 6 up X .. 'I eiffv OFFICERS KATHERINE HOLIDAY ....... . . NELL HALFAGRE ........ GLENN MARY NEWSOME .... NORA FRANCES HUFFMAN .... .. EVELYN MONTGOMERY . . . .... Ifmfr PEGGY PEEVY ......... .. MISS LEARLI-LNB LOWRY .. . . . . . .I'1e,s1'r1'e11t . . I'1're-Pfcsirivrzt ......Sec1'c!n1'y . .... Tlmxzzlev' Olllflllg Sf'fI'f'!z1I'j' .lllfllge .lflisfwsi . ..S1101z.vor phi mu MEMBERS First Row: Sara Baxter, Eugenia Brandon, Nell Half- Peggy Peevey, Joanne Quarrles, Peggy Rogers, Faye acre, Kathrine Holliday, Jane Jackson, Joanne Johnston. Simmons. Second Row: Shirley Keyes, Lily Liinbough, Iris Joy Fourth Row: Jo Lyn Simms, Mildred Smith, Sally Lipscomb, Ann Lowery, Betsy Lowery, Jacqueline Warren, Janette WVeathersby, Dot West, Margaret Mapp. Wright. Third Row: Evelyn Montgomery, Glen Mary Newsome, Not Pictured: Sara Davis, Nora Hoffman. 43' 'ii di! Wm 'W 'TS- -as -GR -ff""'7 iv Y? 1? -Rr xi Top, left to right: Payne, Traylor, Aikens, Temple, Kamper Top: Gee. bet that whale is happy Above: lNIay I have another, please? Founded at Boston University on Thanksgiving Eve, 1888, Tri Delta will IJCCOIIIC a reality on Southernls eainpus when the present pledge elass of Phi Epsilon is initiated. Down in the Tri Delt printing olliee Elsie Aikens is the editor-in-ehiel .... while lVIartha Traylor acts as assistant editor '... Kitty Payne proofs the copy and keeps the reeords ,..- lane Teinple keeps traek of the snhserihers , , . hlary Ellen liarher fills the position ol' marshal ...I lo Ann Rleloan reeords the aetivities of the stall '... ilianiee Tant eheeks the hooks in and out . . . while Sara Ellen KHIIlIDt'I' sees that they are all good little girls. lVhen the nieinhers ol' the stafli are not husy editing the paper, they are taking part in dra- niaties, philantln'opie aetivities, sports, heauty parades, and eanipus lilie. All the gals get together and have their annual eelehration on 'llll2lITliSQlVlIlQ Evt ',.. the eolors ol silver, gold, and hlne are dominant . . , with pansies as the dominant flower. Above: Gab fest of , 11 ix. OFFICERS ELSIE AIKENS ...... .. MARTHA TRAYLOR . . . KITTY PAYNE ..... JANE TEMPLE ......... MARY ELLEN E.xREER Jo .xxx MELo.xN l,xN1t:E 'MNT ........ .. SARA ELLEN KAMPER MISS ANN.-X ROBERTS ... ! ff' PI'f'jidF7Zf -Pzutiflf' nt Sfrrffnry Trenxu re 1' . A111 zgvhnl H1..YfL7I'IlI I1 I,il11'11 rin 71 Cflzrzplnizz .Sporzsor - ' - -'delta delta delta 120 l 4 4 t 4 I l l I 1, 1 il Q1 3 U l It l l 3 l, it ln L r 1 I I AAA MEMBERS First Row: Elsie Aikens, Judy Allen, Patricia Third Row: Carolyn Piere, Marilyn Pittman, Bullock, Mary Ellen Barber. Marie Stoner, Nancy Stuart. Second Row: Donna Johnson, Sara Ellen Fourth Rowzllanice Tant,'Iane Temple, Martha Kamper, Margaret Moseley, Kitty Payne. Traylor, Rosemary Turner. Not Pictured: Carolyn Williams Dudeaux, Jo Ann Meloan. f A 1 ! A Y ,z fs .if 4 1 r H - ,, N. qmusnk Hmm vw uranium nl PRLSENYU! illuurli Allwwnl It ...mmq ' .425 1 x 1 4 W 'If I 2 Iv " F ! ? 'Sd I 2' '5 P I 532 3 :ff was ,ig if rf .352 4 SHALL WE DANCE? W., ZEf,ai,,""f,!"'S .1 -f ,N Nix 0 'Q .ony ,Au 00 O ,', j OO 9,- 5. '- ? I 1 2 i Ol" OUR BOY BUBBER .v iq 4. r. :vi 24 W, 2? 1" 3 Wai, aff! I , . 7: 'z , .J V f N , 2 55' 1 Q ' F? A was ll ' Lf " , fi, V 55 5 , af-4 1 if' A M , 1 xl. , hd N ,V I :I vw! Y 53 Y' ' " -Y V- , . 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' I . 5 K und nied COACH THAD VANN COACH LEE FLOYD Football Basketball , ff gg? if 5:13 ., 1 I - fi '4'3'a'l"?i"'3""i 1 ' 334. ff nf' 'W A ,E .1 Q Q, Imwnnwft W W , 'L 4 Q 43y,,5a,,,f, .way W5 Q' X, aff f 2, ,- fi,,,a!Kg,, W ff ff,?f,49 , W W f f W 'W aryl IC EED fili EEN Aihlt-lic Director onfer ce hump The 1950-51 sports year at Southern is almost history but it is a bit of history that provides pleasant memories for practically everybody who had a hand in its making. For the Southerners theirs is a story of accomplish- ment, the happy blending of championship performances in some instances with steady progress, and achievement in others. Long noted and respected for the calibre of its football team, Southern served notice this year that its intercol- legiate athletic program was broader and stronger than ever before. Although forced to abandon plans for big-time boxing until the duration of the present emergency, the Southern program, under the direction of Athletic Director Reed Green, included five varsity sports and preparation of facilities for a sixth was underway. On an intercollegiate basis, the Southerners competed in football, basketball, baseball, golf, and tennis, During the year a cinder track was built around the football Kemper, Murray. Wills. Moyer, and Rosamond 61.9 125 1 Scnior ll'll"lllhl'l'S of Soutlu-rn's Gulf States Conference Champion Elm-veu are-: Paul Moyer, fuvkle: Willie Doe Niles, guard: Paul M1-Cullough, guard kenneth "Pop" N'allu-fr, end: Perrp Boys-tt, guard: Bi.l Blum-kmon, end: Bobby llolnws. qunrterlmvlit Clint Arnold, fullback: Jolm Melvin "Bubber' Phillips, Imlfbavk, M.S.C.'h Mr. Foolballg Davis Melton, halfbavkg Ivan Rosmnond, end: Cecil "Lightning" Brown, halfback. This is one that didn't get away:- Y , X .fi , ' - . : H, f 4. lg . ' od' ' , me A . 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During the Hrst half of the season the Southerners What a beauty! were hobbled by injuries to key personnel: green men were scattered throughout the lineupg and losses to Ten- nessee, Delta State, McMurray and Southeastern Louis- iana were far from offset by a narrow 6-O win over SLI. But then the Vannmen began to come baek. They squeezed past Chattanooga in Mobile by a I4-13 score and nosed out Northwestern State, 7-0, on a last minute touchdown. Alabama temporarily slowed the stretch drive but that 53-O shellacking served only to set the stage for the final two games. Paced by M.S.C.,s Mr. Football, Rubber Phillips and Morris 'Lightniin' Brown on the ground, and the revived DICK CALDWELL JOEL FOSHEE ICLMO LANG BOB M1-KELLAR ERSKON TOOMEY Igngl End End Elld EINI ACKSON BRUMFIELD BRUCE EVANS JACK FULKEIKSON HLTEY HUNSER JOE KUBAL Tackle Tackle Taekle Tackle Tackle V255 , ,wanna IW 2 T YU' 127 'l ,-. 'T -4185? -A.-I fu? 9 Jug if ' ffl, 41---f 'V 71. YVALTER MANN JOHN MILLER PHIL MUSMECI JACKIE IVILLIAMS DONALD ALOXZO n Tackle Tackle Tackle Tackle Guard CHARLES CORNE KEN FARRIS PAT FERLISE EUGENE KEMPER ED Sh-DANIELS - Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard T ffm, Bubbcr's at it again xi- play of Bobby Holmes and End Ivan Rosamond in the air, the Southerners exploded for a 41-20 win over Lou- l isiana Tech and the Gulf States Conference champion- 1 ship that Tech had recaptured in '49, In the Final blast of a hectic season, the Vannmen out- fought a highly regarded University of Louisville eleven to take a stunning 34-28 win from the cocky Cardinals. Phillips, Rosamond and defensive-center Dave Allen This pass attempt from Bobby Holmes to Ken Walker fell incom- plete, as did the effort on the part of the Southerners to stem the powerful Crimson Tide of Alabama. Aff , -..-mtl rw-- -.-4 D 1 . .5-1-":0g I 3 la. 1 Ka- A M 6,3 g f-'W' nv'- ,lw ,w ww 4, :NM ,, gm-V fi max ,, G, , If I 'fi , if ,f W, 4-W ff. 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Q. 2' MN VY' X W 1' I f' , : ' -f ,'flM'.N -M-if 9 , -ffff ""-1? 3-Q. i ze 'Wm -'13 fix its-si "-mf 4 MIA, 4r:1..J" ,IACICIIQ HUWARID IIFISISA ICAINEIK ICIDIDIIC KAl't'lll1'Ii lll'S'l'0N OAKI-IN BOB!!! l Us! X Halflmek llulflmek Hnlfhnek Halfhaek Halib u I 'PONY Ii0l'f'll0N IGIKWIN liAYl.0'I' FRITZ CLARK LINDY S'l'EWAli'I' WILLIAM UAKI-IN I-ID IAN!-I-ORD Hulflmek Fllllhillqi Fullhaek Fullbaek Manager 'l runner Oops! It's incomplete won all Conference honors while Holmes and Tackle Phil Musiiieei made the seeond team. Climaxing a hril- liant four year varsity career, Phillips was named to the Associated Press second-team Little All-American and played in the Senior Bowl at Klohile on January 6. Coaeh Vann, ending his second season at the helm of the Southerners, was appropriately named "GSC Coach of the Yearl' and the season was offieially elosed with the election of Phillips as team Captain and Rosamond as alternate Captain and the naming of 30 varsity letter- winners. including a lone freshman. Huston Oakes ol' laekson. Push 'em back, boys , ,A - -.1 - ....l-11... , hump again 3,-J ,yur .W 4 A. E " X N Z2 pad. 51-W' -X ,4- Left to right on the front urs' Njzltl Tullos, Tom Bishop, Billp Allgoml, and Jim H'ar4l. Slaunlillg' url' tournament dire-4-tor linger l'lmt1'e-v, l'mu'h Flag 11, Nia-k livvun, .lark Gaxllaxulwr, Jnhn 0'lifel'4-, .lan-lc llill, Bobby xvQ'fltIlt'l'h, und -loop Plurk. Smilcs were the order of thc day as the Southcrn has- ASLNI to claim the Sun Bowl IOL1I'HZlIlll'I1t tmplly for Coach ketecrs posed for this tourney winning tcam shot. Thu Lao-C'Floyd in his own home town of El Paso. Tvxas. Southcrners had just posted 11 5-1-47 win ovcr Ncw Mexico Old man urhz-s and pains sown dvstinud to nmkr' thi- .1onN o'1iEmflc lcol,l,n+: l'lERl"l'Illl'IRll'l .lnmv wum .urn UAliI..Uilll'Ili :mini-1 H'l'IA'I'lll'IRS Center-6'3" Guard--5'7" Gmlrql-5'l0" Gunn!-5'llI" l'm'wur1l-6'2" ah f-qu... ,- Racing with the Longhorns Alabama State Tcachcrs Collcgc NAIBAII-American and followed by jafk Hill rcfturning pivotmzm. coxitravtiii All GSC forward Tom Bishop sprained an anklc that kcpt for a two week battle with a bad cold. him from going at full speed for over a month. This was Then camo a strep throat for Je-vp Clark. a Cliarlvx Up and after it 133 TN-H jumpin' did it horse for Hill. and last. but far from least. a broken foot for Nick Revon that threatened to keep the high-scoring freshman out of action for the remainder of the season. When this publication went to press on February 1, the Southerners were sporting a five and two conference rec- ord and a 13 and 9 overall mark. Featured in earlv season plav of the Southerners was the winning of the Sun Bowl Basketball tournament over such highly rated opposition as New Mexico ASLM, Wlest Texas. and Hardin-Simmons and a decision over previous- ly unbeaten North Texas State College. Although dropping close decisions to Alabama. Ari- zona. Southern lN'Iethodist, Nfoorhead State College of Kentuckv, and Marshall College of Huntington. lVest Virginia. the Southerners proved that thev could. when in top shape phvsicallv, spot any team they plaved from three to six inches in height and give them a hot run for their monev. 1950-51 RESULTS M.S.C.. .. Troy CAla.l STC .... M.S.C.. .. .... Univ. of Alabama . .. M.S.C.. .. .... Troy tAla.l STC . .. M.S.C.. .. .... Southeastern La. . . . . .. M.S.C.. .. .... North Texas State . . . . . M.S.C.. .. .... Southern Methodist Univ.. . . M.S.C.. .. .... Howard Payne . . . . . . .. M.S.C.. . . .... New Mexico A 8: M ... M.S.C.. .. .... Univ. of Arizona .. .. M.S.C.. .. .... St. Michael's KNMJ . .. M.S.C.. .. .... Los Alamos ... . . . . . M.S.C.. .. .... Texas Hlestern ...... M.S.C.. .. New Mexico A 8: M ... M.S.C.. .. .... Spring Hill CAla.l .. M.S.C.. .. .... Louisiana College ... .. M.S.C.. . . .... Univ. of Chattanooga . . M.S.C.. .. .... Morehead State CKy,l . lNI.S.C.. .. .... Marshall College . . . . . . M.S.C M.S.C Southwestern La. Inst. . Louisiana Tech . . . . . . . M.S.C.. .. Centenary College . . . . M.S.C.. . . Southwestern La. Inst. . Nf.S.C.. . . .... Centenary College .... . COTJ M.S.C.. .. Louisiana Tech . . . .. M.S.C.. .. Delta State ..... . . .. M.S.C.. . . Northwestern State . . . . lNI.S.C.. . . Lovola ......... . . . . M.S.C.. . . Delta State . . . . .. M.S.C.. .. .... Loyola ...... . . . . . M.S.C.. . . Southeastern La. . . M.S.C.. . . .... Northwestern . . . . v? Whats going on You know bv now the final outcome of the seasorfs play. lVhatever it may be remember that these whiz kids. with the exception of old Man lVvatt Tullos have at least two years of basketball remaining to plav in ve olde Held house. Give the Texan a man a J Jroaehin six and a half feet l l FI in height and he'll give vou a team that will go a mile higher up the national basketball ladder. 'X . , 4' 4 'Z-f'l ,,s Q f t, ff if 7 x if f M gi WG .far 1 'X 1 E . ' l They are, from lei'-t to rilzht, on the bottom row: Davis Melton, Yun Vaughn, llnvial Lee Walker, anal -lesl Uarpelltel-3 mielalle ron: Gu-urge Kelly H 1 Phillips, Tom Hislwp, Jzunes Ray Carpenter, Bob 0'Barr, Ralph Stewart, nml lilmu Bl2l'Nhlllg'2Llllt'Q stumlinrzz Xhlylle J2U'li5llll, Bubher Farris, l I Leliros, Billy Allgoml, Reese Snell, Jackie Williams, mul Blllvli llumriek. baseball From basketball we go to baseball and quickly review the antics of Coach Clyde Stuart's horse- hide crew of 1950. Competing in a division dominated by Loyala University of the South, New Crleans, a school that emphasizes basketball and baseball and does not compete in football, the Southerners wound up the season with a 5-5 won and lost record in conference play. High points included a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Ole Miss in the season's opener and a 4-3 win over Loyola in the Southerner's next to last start. This loss, engineered by the strong-arm pitching of sophomore Tom LeCros and senior Reese Snell, veteran catcher, was the only one suffered bythe VVolfpack in regular season play. LeCros, lanky Hreball artist, was the mound mainstay and received All-Conference recogni- tion along with left-Helder Elmo Blassingame and lirse-baseman Ceorge Kelly. Basketballer Tom Bishop, who operated from the shortstop position, led the team in hitting with a .352 average. 1 I ""V""' """' ' """""' V ' , ,. '- ., ,My Vw, V - ' , . V T ,,:1:,,,.-Q...w.h,.+ V - . V ' ' V I , 4 :I 5 . 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H-v w, 1, classes 4 I-N was raduate club The Graduate Club is composed of students pursuing advanced work in Southernls expanding graduate di- vision . . . provides a medium for association and fellow- ship among our graduate students. 1 The graduate program was begun in the fall of 1947 with less than a hundred graduate students in attend- ance. There has been a stcadv and almost phenomenal growth each year until approximately one thousand stu- dents were in attendance last year. More than three- fourths of the counties of the state were represented and approximately one hundred different colleges furnished the undergraduate work for our graduate students. A dozen or more states are represented as well as several foreign countries. The acorn has become an oak and its branches are ever-spreading and its roots are ever deepening. , it lfillliiiii i it I K x , I GRADUATES First row: Copeland, hlyrick, Buie, Buford, Lee, Nlilner Kehc vi-, Nelson, Dr. Dowcll Reeves Clark, McRai1iey Cainev, lVIcCla iiii 'ock, Lott, Wlolf, Knight, Alford, Faulk Second row: Sanderson, Fannon, Wlalker, Bancer, Smith Bexley. Al:-san c'c'i 1 bishop, Barker, Shows, Holloway F cii' d. llurnett, Switzer, Head. Third row: R iwii se, Webb White, Smylie, Lewis, Ulallev Carineteel. Womack, Rainey, Stringer, Smith, Rogers, Heard, Tilglmian, Odom, Christion. Fourth row: Lott, Hfatkins, Ball, Grafton. Parker. Jen- kings, Blackledge, Stuart Blaknev, Collins. Carter San- derson, Cameron, Hollingsworth. King, Thomas, Reber. Hathorn, Lancaster, lNIcLaughlin, Coffman, Forbes, Fan- cher, Wiilburn, Evans, Dickson, Smalley, lNfIcCraw, Fer- guson. Stumph, Breazedle, Cocoran. lYilson. Ratclifli. Johnson, Candy. Calhoun. OFFICERS BOYD REEYES .. ........... . , . ...... Prexidmzt LEO CLARK ..... ....... I 'ire Prexidenzf HELEN NELSON ....... .... S FCIFflll'-1'-rITI'f'I1,YllVCI' DR. PATTIE DONYELL. .. .... IFHCIIHJ' .-ldz'i.mr ill ei ggi! .,, X-49, , W -W, ,-1 'V if, f XX, X, Q, W M-S X XX Xf ,X af, A3 'qs '75 Xi S1721 5 ,,,, QX, X X W Q fX', X V. Q.. XX XV, X, ,QXX 'X,,X' ff: X X ff-,SX XXNX XX ,, ff, X P' " Xz- g.,,-X X-' X QI ,XX V5'X'j:.q XXX- 4. ' ,LX f K, . ff ':,X,4X'Z'X yy, Xf ,XJ ww, , X X4X,,,X4f ,X 4 If f' f Xq X X Xy-X Xwysff ytwf, ,, 'X.w:"X4 X . X X,,,X,, X,q.',.X sw x- X - , -,X , f A X W X, XA . MX f' F!!-,ffifgwky ' f X I f X '4 V, v' f T X-f' MX fX ,PKG W, Xaffsys 2 7X Zi XWQZX X, X fv fp, 1X 4 W ,,X pf-5 X WN VIXMX, X X,,,XJf XX..XXwX. WMX.: X XX wk rf X.w4,Xpz 'f KX V X f. ,ff X,,X,X X af ,,X, " ' X ,,XX ,X , 4 X, XQ XJQXX Q Syn X, XM f X ' X Xfz, X0 X""X X X f5,XW'Xi,iXiI,, K' f X - ,Xf .,,...A,X,:i , ., X,f X1 X, X X V fX f f X"fQ3f,XfX:,,X'QXa? 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I .:- ,A j-i f ' ali iff-'. 1 " "1 --- 7: : -- ' H, A -9- , ff - . - '.,,.f1,,::..: M0 FOURTONES , 4 Y 2 Z T 3 THE NIGHT BEFORE THE DAY . ,iff xx 3 1 . .3 W 55532 if Q 4 4 I T 'R' ., .ws T fp hs L H ALL BLUES .--,--f si " qf M V X, Mi ., ,V.,-,, 1 . A ' .E-',z...i. 'J A MM A-" 4 Q-f Li IN ORAHONS PR ETTY fu.. Q. BABY, IT S COLD OUTSIDE z 6 4 1 S 5 7' '.f Eff 5 . 5 x 2 Z 3 5 i . Q 5 S' ,x g , Z . 5 S H, THE CAPONE rwmg H' Ii x MYIURN NEXT I wr, 4 .. 1 1 fi? SENIOR CLASS 0l"IfIi'ERS XIARION "BL'D" BYLLOQ4-K I hfster Bla' President of Studi-nt Body Le-fl to Right: Be-ily Je-an Smith, 'l'r1-nsurerg llm-k, l'r0si1Il-nt: Sw-oiiil Row: 'I'ommi4- Pope, Xlce Presi- dent: Virginia Jones, Historian: Edith Smith, Secretary: Mack Hamrick, Student Couni-il Rvpresa-iitativcg Dr. Fortune, Sponsor, I' t R F fth R 'irs ow: i ow: ROISIQRT E. ALFORD, Tylvrtown, Miss.: Businoss Ailininistration. DORIS BOYER, Sumrall. Miss.: II:-filth and Pliysi--ul Eilizi-fitiiin. ilu I'lCARL APLIN, iiimii-siiiiiig. Miss.: Busiiii-ss Eiiii-liiiioiig WSGA JOY BUYER. Suxnrzill, Miss.: I-iusiii--ss iiziiufiirihii. 1-Ii,Vim-P1'esicl4-11t'l'0wl1 Urganizzition. IYICSLEY R. BUZONE, Hi'o0kli:ix'v11, Miss.: i3iOiri!Yi Alphzi lu-ltzi ICLIAS ii. Asxulc, imiiiiii, Miss.. lfZ'lIil8i1i2.ti"S and Slflt'L'4'ilQ Now- MU- WHL BPH BNH- 11igil1i'1Uli' V,-Sli.:-y Qliwiy. JEIll' IV. BRAIEHABI, Pc-oriu, Miss.: Businvss I-Iilliialiiiiig lli-in IIAZICL 'r. .x'rwoon, Qiiiiiiis, Miss.: iciviiieiiifii-y Eiiiii.-iimiiig Eli- Alplm' PWN"l"'m' Im,m.lU. Umullqln BETTIE S. BRELAND, Higgins. Miss.: l-ionic Ei.-iiiiiiiiivs: lu-lla Y ' X V V x v . A Signizi Epsilon. liO1NhlIu M. ALSIIIN, Morton, Miss.: Ilomu Evoi1oin1i's: Home Eco-A DAN H. BRICLAND, New Augusta, Miss.: Biology: Br-ta Him Bi-ni. iioinivs Club. ' Vim:-P1'4'SidL'Ilt F.T..-X. l,0l'lS IC. AYICRY, Pervis. Miss.: History. t I Sixth Row: Second ROW: -II'IH'I'ILL J. iiiiiilfziuxxii, JR., Ti-iiliirowii. Miss.: Pri--Mi-cl. MARIE la. 1s.xv1is'i'i:oM, niifimii. iviiss.. Business Eiiuif-miiiiig Pi JAYN BRITT, B,.0.,kha:..,,,, Mm.: Home EC.: Awh.: Smm All,,,m, Uiiif-gn l'i, Vvspor Clioir, Vii-e-Piwfsiileiit Studi-nt Christian I"ediJi-a- VERQICF BROOH gum,--111 Xfiwq - En--Iieh , . A . , L 1 . . i A ., a - - 'mu' .Luiics W. lsicowx, Jia., siiiiimii. Miss.: iliiiisimi iiziiii.-iiiifiii. Fxiyi. 1'llARl'ES 'I' BANKS' Mvllmfnhall' Misxz Sffiifll SfU'1i"S1 "'-T-A' KENNETH XY Bl'f'KLEY i'OiLlIllbiLl Nliss' NI:itl1e-imitiis ROY N, BARLOIY, Wi.-ssoii, Miss.: llistory. SELL R. Bl'f'IiLI'ZY, HattiPsi.iu1'g. Miss.: lin-ultli and Vliysi-:ul lid.: THOMAS E. I!ARRIC'l"I', llundsiioro. Miss.g Coiniiieiwizil Ari: lizippu Dvlill Siglllil EDSUUII- NV--X-A-. P1152 Eli- 'filib- l'i, R.O.'I'.C. SARAH L. ISAXTER, Luiiibcrton, Miss.: EiC'lllt'I1lRl'j' Edu--ation: Seventh Row: ll'-111111118 Stumjut G"Y1t" PPP Squad' F'T'A' MARION E. Bl'LLOl'Ii, 'I'yle1'towii, Miss.: Mairketiiiu un-.l Mi-iw-li:in- -IOIINNIIG R. BEALL, Lumliwrlon, Miss.: Biology: SQ4.'l't'f,2ll'1' ol' iligiiigg Pi Tau, Stuiliint Body 111-t-Sidiiiii, 19"-ll Bvffi Bda- PAT NY. lSl'LLO1'K, Ciilumiiiu, Miss.: Honw liiioiioiniisg lhilm lwllzi Delta. Rowfg M4-ADOO BYRD, Gulfport. Miss.: .-Xi.-vouiitiiigz Bitzi Aliiliii. lcoisiiziu' H. lzrzlciw, Miigili-, Ming wiiii-iwiiiig and xi-.-i'i'iiiiii..iisiiig. f'HA1iL"3S UUE- S'luf1lm'al" Mm- . , . HELEN 13. 'Ani-1 ui ii' i-. Msn. uiLi.iif: lc. ISICRRX, Sandy iiooif, Miss.. siicioiugy. ' ' ' Nmqu' dx ' N A l YYINFREII li. CALHOLN, Bassiiclil. MiSS,Z liistiiry: Pi Tsiu. ANNA M. BIGNER, Summit, Miss.: Home Ei-ononiii.-s: Homo Ewi- iifiiiiiis ijluli. Wusley lfouiiilation. imislcirii'l:.'i:i,.xi'liwl4:l.l., P.-i-iiiiisiiiii, Miss.. iausiiii-ss Efiiicaiioii. Elghth Row: ,l.RAylS L. BLAFKW-ELL, Star, Miss' GLORIA Y. CAMl'BEl,I,, I,lll'N'iS. Miss.: Eloiiieiitaiy Eilu-uition. HOMICR H. l'AMl'Bl5I,L, Lealcesville, Miss.: S-'ii-111-1-: Aliiliii liultn IiA'l'HlCRINE BLAIR, Sliuliuta, Miss.: Spec-1-li: Alphii Psi Uiiie-ga, AIU. i"Ul"""" P'1l5"'lS' GLENN A, c.xNFlicI,D. Emiiniisiiii. Miss.: xiiiriieiiiiiii--S. Al'liREY J.lf'ARl.ISLI4I, My-iiiiiaii. Miss.: Busini-ss Eilui-zilioii. Foufth ROW: JANIICS ll. l'ARl'EN'l'I'lR, HattivSliul'g:. Miss.: llistiiry. Y , . . . . . , . . . 3.2 X, H:-eu 1,1l'Ss.:M1l- 1"SI1'F ill". IALI4. ISONILL, Biloxi, Miss.: Spzinish :ind Englisli: Alpha TM-lla 011, x 1 xxox I N' kuulq lx It Nmlul Ot l IH Mu. l'iw-siclviit oi' I'liiloso1iiii-rs Club. i'iiics'i'r:i: ll. i:I,.xl,oi'K, i'iiim-ii-iiiiiiii. Miss.. sw-iiii Stuilii-sz iii-is Nlnfh ROW! iilvlll. HI Nvllilbl' Class '51, 1".'1'.A. 1'l't'Sil.il'Ill, FRANCES Y, CHAFFIN, Ihiloiiisu. Miss.: Slim-1-li. X iu'i'iii.if:icN isooli, iiim.-iiiiiisi. Miss.: iifiiiii- E..-i.iiUiiiii's. H.i.iii-- NELL T- l'lUN4"'3Ll10H' MUSE' MNH Sl"'l2" S'l"li"S- 1.j,.v ,ilmh IYILLIABI Il. CHAPMAN, My-riiliziii. Miss.: Muilu-ting :iiiil Mi-is 'i .lonx lf. ISOOZICR, Mniiiii-, Am.. iciigiisii. ia.S.U. "'m"'HSi'm1 Bda AWN' , . . NIAINLARITI' CLARR, Glilliiiiit. Miss.C Sm-iiiliiuy. KATHRYN J' 'i0NW"3""' "1Uml'AYill"l' Misa: S"l'l"'tm'ial Studivsl ROBICRT 0. CLARK, 1'i-tzil. Miss.: llusiiivss Ailiiiiiiislraitioii: Alplm i:.s,i'., Y,w..x. mlm Mu. HILL l50l'lCNl'l. l"UXWfi1lll. MWNC Sfiflill S"i"ll"f' 111111 P1132 1511.2 UICNIC A. FOUIIIKAN, XY:i5iii-sliiiio, Miss.: S iiii iiil Siiiilivs :mil l'li5. l'Iii. liii. Vluli, l".'l'..X., Gi-ogiwipliy Vluh. lid.: l'l1i Kai-pn Tun. se i lass Alford Alpin Asnmr Bark:-.t rom Banks Barlow Berry, li. H. Berry, WY. R. Bigner Bongo Bla loc k Book Boyer, D. Buyer, J. Bozone Breeland Britt Broom Bullock, M. E. Bullock, P. WV. Byrd Cunlpbell, G. V. 1 alnpbcll, H. H. 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'NA v....,-Q I Y 7 QVNZL fx 'gg fx W A .gi vw. bs. 4-... arf? .SX Y, v WU' ...J-2. Wk -sg. Swirl .-ww -1: 'Si' -ar .Ln .Xlumnl .xlINl in Au-rp Bnrrvtl Bunn-r lin-ull Blau-Inu-II, R. li Blu:-Inu-ll, 'l'. I Blair lloolel' Bo:-swell Bourne liralhllam Iirvluml, B. S. Brvlund, ll. ll Brown lillvlilvy, K. W Buckley, N. R Czulv, C. Vmlv, ll. E. Calhoun Vu rlisle l'lll'lM'lll9l' Faison Flnrli. M, 1, nrk, li. 0. f'tll'lll'llll ..-... f' 4 ,fr X Z iz ZAN SKELTON Presiili-nt of Pi Kaimm Pi First Row: MAMIE L. COLEMAN ilzrttiifsl-ni'1:', Miss.: Eli-in1'nt:1i'y l'I-iluwntiini. NELDA COMICR, lfnliiin, Miss.: Suwilll Stumiit-sg XXX-sliiy lf'.,tiiit1utitni 1.'lwr':1l Union. NLAICIQ J. CIJIIIV, hI?lliSfi4'lli, 471110: Snviglugy, IVOODIE D. COOK, l..v:ikvsx'ille-. Miss.: Businvss Etltlvaitimig I'i'n-si- 1.11.-nt .-Xliilizt lain Uiingn. l'i-ifsnlviit Pi Tau 49- JH. I,Il.1'., l.l".4', Sw-01111 VICP-l'I'1-sitiitllt Lil' Sllliivlll i'!m.i5', XYlm's VVIIU Alliulig Sill- flc-nts in rAIi1Pl'li'2lllll..'t'1ii4'g,l'S ainrl illllY4'1'Fltit'34, VVONE COOK, Magnolia, Miss.: ,lflli-iin-iit2u'y Edu:-atimi. DON XLD E. COOLEY, lluttif-sburg, Miss.: Ai-1-Uiiiitiiig. Second Row: ROGER I'. l'OI'EI.AND, I'liil2uleI1rliiu. Miss.: AIlItIlt'llliltil'S. HCSTON IB. COIYRTNEV, Lnnilwrtfni, Miss.: Ar-uounting, BETTY J. COX, Biloxi, Miss.: Els-in:-iitziry Eilut-:1tif.i11. GEORGE H. CRAFT, SViVlll'PllLl, Miss.: Businvss Edtivulimi: Alplizi Tun Hrinfgzt. HOVVARIJ R. CRANFORD, rwylniiihizl, Miss,: Business .-Xelniinisti':i- tion. JOYCE E. CRAVVFORD, Mt, Olin-, Miss.: Horne Ei-niiniiiiifs. Third Row: w1l.Ll.uI lf. 1'k.uvl-'0lm, iii-4-Uifiitivttii, Miss.: iiisimvyg 1,1:.t' XV4-slid' lfmilimlzliinll. VVRIGHT VV. CROSS, ljvtzil, Miss.: Mzitln-iinitivs: Iilllbllll Mu Epsilon IIAZEL S. CRll'l'lIlRDS, Lyman, Miss.: Eiiglisliz Sigma Aliihzi Eta ARRIS V. CITMBEST, I':isf'zigoul:i, Miss.: llusinn-ss Ailiiiiiiistiiitinii: Pri- I.--gui Fi.-ruiii. HENRY D. DANDRIDGE, JjOlbI1ll'Vlill', Miss.: Spnnisli: Lllllgfllllyit Club JAMES E, DANIELS, Vulllllliriil, Miss.: 1,'lit'iiiis1i'y: Alpha Epsilt-i ln-lin Bimini. Fourth Row: ROISERTA J. DARVILLE, 1Ili'l,'OlNIl. Miss.: Eli-im'-ntury litlui.-zititiiig F T X F11-iiii-iit'i1'v Vnuiii-il RAY E. DAVIS, JR,, Ilaitiii-shui-g. Miss.: ljusint-ss Anliiiiiiistrzitiuii. VIRGINIA N. DAVIS, rwiluinliin, Miss.: Ari: NNE-slvy if'nui'nlntiini E11-inmitziry 1.'4n11ngil. BILLY II. DAVIDSON, Kos.-iuslqn, Miss.: Murlic-ting :intl AIl'I'l'iHIll' IIISIIIJ-if In-1:1 Alplnl. sm OLIVER. 'I'. DEICN, 'l'nin Falls, lilzihug llisifwy: Pi Iiillilill Alivlizi l.1..X. MRS. FRANKIE J. DELMAS, Pzisf-ziginllai. Miss.: Busin-'ss lidiivn- tion. Fifth Row: IiALI'II l'. Ill'.LMAS, l':is:-uazoulal, Miss. IVILLIAM J. IDIGMOIKAN, Hilnxi, Miss.l liifilngy: Vii-1--I'i'1-sich-lil ul Allrlm 'ivilll Ulii1'::l, I.l1.1'., .Xllrlm l'si l7lll4'LLil. l TOMMY VVOOD Prvsidvnl uf Pi Tilll Bl'I'I'TY J. DOI'IEIi'I'Y, Hi'ltiiL'Siil1l'g, Miss,g f'0li1ii111'4:G: Vive-Prosif flvnt of In-Ita Signizi I':l3FliUli, Newnian Club. P21lliit'Ii4'IIi1' Noun'-il. I"1-ritiiiw Editor ol' the "Studi-nt I'rintz." IVINLQTON E. DCCKVVORTH, Mt. Olive, Miss.: Biology. CHARLES DFFFIE, Biloxi, Miss.: Musiv. BI'IT'l'Y DLKES, Hztttirsliuig. Miss.: Horne? Elfononiivs: Holnu E41 Vluh. Student ljounv.-il liepre-sviit:itix'c. Sixth Row: JAMES li. EASTERLING, Hattiesburg, Miss.: Acc-hunting. VERN E. EASTERLING, Pi.-tal, Miss.: A134-ounting: Alpha Tau Olin-ga, Beta Alpha. SARA J. EDDY, I-It-idellieig, Miss.: Business Education: Pi Kappa Pi. Pi Orin-ga Pi. Prt-sident XY.S.G..-X. JOHN VV. ELROD, Jnvlisoii, Miss.: Busine-ss Administration. FRED L. EVANS, Butlt-, Miss. ROBERT B. EVANS, Hattit-shui-g, Miss.: Hvalth and Phy. Ed.: I'i-iesiilerit nt' Phy. Eel. Club. Seventh Row: 1'A'l'RlCli H. EvERlT'l', JR., IIZ1ili9SIvUI':, Miss. PEGGY J. EZELLE, llnttivsliurg, Miss,g Els-rnviitni'5' Edu-:ntir.m: Ye-spur' Choir. SAM FARRIS. Hattiesburg, Miss: History: Kappa Sigma. ISOBBIE RAY FIKE, Hattit-sl-urg, Miss.: Biology. TOMMY J. FIKE, I-Iuttie-sburg. Miss.: Php.: Ed.: Phy. Ed, Club. MYRTLE R. FIKES, Luka-, Miss.: Sui-iail Studies: XVwslc-y Founda- tion, Elifiiit-iitzii-y Council. Eighth Row: HELEN R. FORTENBERRY, lluttiisshurg, Miss.: lit-ulth and Phy. Eli.: Phy. Ed. Club. ROSE E. FREDERICK, flak llidgv, Tonn.: History and English: signin Siunizi Slglliili Alpha Tziu frilllvgkl Su'--etlieurt, BEauty '48, '49, 'Suu Marvh of Dinivs Queen '49-'50. JOY FROST, Huttiushurg. Miss.: Iilviin-1ita1'y Eiluvntion: Kappa li--Ita. f'liui'z1l I'ni1.in. IIAZEI. M. FULTON, Prestmi. Miss.: English: Editor, "VYtfsh'3'ali Sliiliitf XXX-slsfy l"unn1lation. - ALICE GARANFLO, .lat-lqsuii, Miss.: Lilvrairy St-iviiveg B,S.l'.: Y.XV.A. RUBY A. GARDNER, Liliuin, Miss.3 Sm-iiil Studit-s. Ninth Row: ZlCl.lOl'S .l. GARNER, 1.'- ilunil-in. Miss.: A -'1-f J unting. JOSEPH IS. GARRE'l"I'Y, M1-Vunil-, Miss. VVILLIAM J. GAY, lf'm'c'st, Miss.: M:ii'lc--ting :ind Mv1'1-huinlising. VVILLIAM VV. GAY, Hziltii-sl-nag, Miss.: Mntlioinntii-sg Iflllllili Mu Elvsilun. GRADV I.. GIISISS, Ni-xx' Amglislai. Miss.: A--i-militilig. JACK L. GILLY, lliluxi. Miss.: Hi.-Iuggg H.-In Bi-tai livin, Ni-uinnn Vlnlv. h se ior lass i Coleman Comer Cooke, M. J. Copelfnul Courtnvy Cox Crawford, KV. F. Cross Cruthirmls Darville Davis, R. E. Davis, V. S. Delmas, IK. P. Demoran Dollvrty Ensterling, J. B. Iiustex-ling, V. E. Eddy Everitt Ezelle Farris Font enberry Frederick Frost Garner Gal-re-tty Gay, IV. J. Af' v-f-V f A' A "vw fv fi -.R 'Hua Q-N., Y .H-, A rw bi' of-v 4-M.- 'Q-,. s., , Q ,, WW.. , , ff 'lr MR. 'wh ff. 56? .X 5' ,.-49 3' 'QI' A""l' oy if . aw, v.. 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GRAESER, Meridian, Miss.: English: Kappa Delta. Vespei' Choii, l.'ho1'al Union. JOHN A. GRANT, Plaiiti-iisvillv, Miss.: Mathematics: Pwsidt-iit Kzippa Mu Epsilon. JOHN C. GRAVES, Hattiesburg, Miss.: Educ-atioli. GARNETT L. GRIl"1"lN, Junnings, La. RCPERT N. HALFACRE, 1-lnttii-sliiurg, Miss.: Spanish: Phi Mu, I.anguugi1 lflulv, 1,013 Squad. HELEN MARIE HALL, Ilaltii.-sliui-g, Miss.: Bnsinii-ss Edu'-ation: Sigma Sigma Sigma. Third Row: JOHN F. HALPIN, Vicksliui-g, Miss.: Awgouiitiiig: Alpha Epsilon Alpha, Newinan Club. BCRRELL M. HAMRICK, Hifglqoi'y. Miss.: Economics: Pi Kappa Alpha, Student Council 1i1'I1PI'CS6'lllZlliY9. HO'WARD E. HAMRICK, JR., 4"ollinsvillQ, Miss.: Coininerf-ii-. JOHN 'l'. HARRIS, Vivlcsliurg, Miss.: Businn-ss Administration. PHIL HARRIS, JR., l":is1.-aigoiila. Miss.: Marketing and Mviw.-lian- -lisinztg. TOMSHE XV. HARRISON, Pasuagoula, Miss.: Awcounting. Fourth Row: GENE HART, 4Vl1'I'll11g'f.', T4-xas: l'm--lsiiiim-1 Management. BILLYE HANKINN. Vii-ksliurfg, Miss.: Ilrnni- Evononiins. CIIARLES B. HATHORN, l'i'i-nliss, Miss.: Business Eflur-ation: Y-land, Stull--nt 1.'oui11-il llffiiiw'-si-iitatii'C. NYILLIAM I.. HEARN, l.aui'i-l, Miss.: Psyriliiiloixy. HARVEY IV. IIICDEGAARD, l.iii-1.-ilalsf, Miss,: .-Xcwounting. REEHE l'. IlI'lI.MER, SR., iiZllli1'SiJlll'Ql,', Miss.: liusinc-ss Adminis- 'ti'alion: I"Iii lxalii.:i'i'1iL1, AlplixiE1isilo1iAlpn:1. Fifth Row: REESE l'. HELMER, JH., llattif-s?'vu1'g. Miss.: Busins-ss Ailininistrzi- lion: Phi Kziyipzi '1':iu, Alplixi l'si Onnfgzi, Stuili-ni Vounf-il llvlviwsviis tativi-. JOHN A. HENDERNON, lL:ili-iuh, Miss.: 1-Iwilwzitioli: l",'l'.A. ROYl E lll'INDI'LRSON, liinlitnn, Miss.: Soi-iul Studies: l'I'1'.A. Nl J. ROBERT MORGAN President of Yellow Juvkets RICHARD ll. HERRON, Maiiclinsttr, N. II, H,x1u:Y v. u1C1u1,xN,.1n., Hatticsliuygh, Miss.: Pi.,-. 15.1, my. ni. Club. RUTH HILTON, Prenliss, Miss.: Medical Tn-c-hnology. Sixth Row: XYILLIAM H. HOLMES, Tylertown, Miss.: Business Af.lininistration. ROBERT L. HORD, I1'o1'n-st, Miss.: Marla-.iting and 1It:'l'l'ii4IllliiSillg. CAROLYN HORNE, Union, Miss. BOB HUDSON, Purvis, Miss.: Journalism: "Stride-nt I'i'intz", Pre- Lc-gal Forum. DALE L. HUDSON, Suinrall, Miss.: Music: Vespa'-1' Choir, Madrigal Singers. ROGER WV. HUDSON. Calhoun City, Miss.: Spanish: Morli-rn Lan- guage Club, F.T.A. Seventh Row: HORACE O. HUGHES, HattiQsl.iurg, Miss.: .-Xwciouiitiiig: Bi-ta Alpha. MRS. HORACE HCGIIES, Heiih-llni1'g, Miss.: English. THOMAS T. HIQGHES, llatliesliurg. Miss.: Business Administration. REX S. HULSEY, Ilattiesburg, Miss.: Biology: 1JI'GFil.i1'llt .-ilplia EI'lSi1l,ll1 Delta. BETTIE R. Hl'Ml'HREYS, Cordovfi, Tvnn.: Home 15122 1101119 150- Chili, B.S.U. ROBERT A. Hl"l'ClIl-IRSON, Clara, Miss.: Eduviatimi: Phi Kappa Tau. Eighth Row: ANN HUTCHINS, Jznilcson, Miss.: ici:-ll1t'lltl1l'Y Eilufi-ation. ELEANOR HYDE, Pri1'vl11I'Yille, Miss.: History: IM-lin Dvlla Delta. I.1'l,C. GEORGE F. HYMEL, XYhitQ Cflstlil. I.a.: Fu.-in-li: Lzinguaue Clul-. BRADFORD J. JACKSON, Hattinshurg. Miss.: Businvss liflutation: F.T.A. CECIL E. JACKSON, Silas, Ala.: Business Iiiltn-:ixion: Alpha lhflta Mu. NANCY C. JACKSON, llattiesliurgf..Miss.: I'liy1'lnilu:y: Phi Uinc-ga, Pi liwltii Phi. Prosiih-in l.:inguagi- Cluh. Ninth Row: P.x'l'icl1'1.a A. J.xc'l4s0N, Gulfiiort, ings.: so--i.:.i.i:xr V111 0111-'Q-1. BOBBY N. JAMES, Mont lloso, Miss.: Musii-: Yi-sin-i' 1'lniii'. Alpha Mu Chi. BENNIE M. JENKINS. Lilu-ily. Miss. SAMMY JOBRON, Silxvi' Ci'q-i'-lc. Miss.: Mziilqvtiii: :intl Mi-i--handls- ing. CARL JOHNSON, Gnllifort, Miss.: S iii' I--1-vuyi Kaiiiiui Aliiliai: lntiu- iiiurals. E'l'Hl'2DA JOHNSON, XX'iin'ina, Miss.: lloinv E-'.: Slllllll Sisina Sigma. llunn- lic. Club. th se io l ss Gipsnn Gullhohl Goodwin Gl'1lPSQ'l' Grunt Graves Halpin Hamrick, B. M. Hmnric-k, H. IC. Hart Haskins I-latlmrn llelmer, ll. l'. Hemh-rscm, J. A. llemlersmm, ll. Holmes Hurd Horne Hughes, ll. 0. Hughes, Mrs. ll. Hughes, T. 'l'. Hutchins Hyde Hymel Jackson, P. A. James Jenkins ug! ...rf sph. 'Vw 'Wm v- 7 1 K4 "V wwf ...-1 wr. X ,WW 5 c Sw. s ' iw. ' saw iw x X 0. 5.4028 'f 'I 125. 5. ' ' W n ii n s b S 'Rm if K. MW -N..-f -x'A'f J 1 'KO Q'-v 110' .fro sl K W V-Yf - 42023 X ., NDN - KN ag Ax 3 A va. f. XM fx e X X QR wx X ,ggi-,wk ab X BX S x -'www ' W 7 Qi Xxglv- ax M x X ' 5 59 ' x, x AX X id' N -sr Na www Q89 0 U 7 59 Qs 55 M my Q? Na 3. N X X4 , Xvxk QR., x Y . S w wx ,:. 1 -f ,, A - 1 , , , . . nf 9 vv TT' sf., 'I-A ,,f-.fs 5" Wx f . W fv- -l"" ..,, ECT -E5 ' 5? ,- ..., 1-fx f '52 if 998. ...., , , ' .1 gf z.. X ,z ' iff W' V, f 1: 1. mf X pa . .E . - .c,,5, , -. I pw zz. 'J f : A "fa I-f , ,G i ,E f ff 5. ,,-0 ,, Q ff. Q , -f i VZ fm' 1 . . f -2' . ' .. 19' 7 S, . I I 'la' 4-.X 9+ 5' fufaxqk .av .r W' :mf 'QP 'X A K X X 'A Q. ff, . K -fm . ,XXZ X 5' " L xiam .wfcj 'fn ' Sl ' : 5- , Q 17? ' 3 " ' 'I V., 5 YQX 1' N vi, Q-5, ' X . 1 t ' , ' w A -'Spa 1 'vi 'i'f7l'7' X 0,1 Q V Q. K Sr, Q. ll-.3 I ' Q gif'-.X 1-F-SX. ,Q l at , -:gf-V 31. S. .E C' A ' S. w :ar 1' K if., S '13 finrclin Uurflon, A. Hnralnn, J. Y Uriiiin llulldnvrc llall Harris, J 'I' Harris, P. Harnisam Hearn IINI1-gzlzl rd Hvlnwr, R. P Herron ll im-knmn Hilton llllllhllll, B. Hudson, D. llllllsnn, K. H ulwy ll lllllDhI'l'yS llulm-heriun -Im-lisml, B. .l:u'kmnl, C. Jnvksnn, N. Jobrun Juhnson. C. Juhnsun, E. GLEN JONES Editor STUDENT PRINTZ First Row: IYILTON JOHNSON, Glostcr. Miss.: .Xcf-ouiiting: Beta Alpha. BARBARX I". JONES, Richton, Miss.: Home Ec.: Home EC. Club, XYcsley Foundation. ELEANOR F. JONES, Forost. Miss.: Elcinontary Education. EYELYN Y. JONES, Hatticsburg, Miss.: Elementary Education: Kappa Delta. 1-listiwiaii Scnior Class '50-'51, RIFHARD E. JORDAN, Hattiesburg, Miss.: Social Scif-lice: Vespcr Clioir. RALPH E. KALUSCHE, McComb, Miss.: Businvss Adniinistration: Bc-ta Alpha. Second Row: LORRAINE KELLY, Utica, Miss.: Elt-nientary Education: Elemcn- tary Council. ROBERT XY. KING, XVcsson. Miss.: Matlicniatics: Kappa Mu Epsi- lon, F.T.A. ERNEST KITCHENS, Mcritlian, Miss.: Accounting! Bc-ta Alpha. J. L. KITTRELL, Quitnian. Miss.: Cliig-inistry: Aniorican Chcniiw-al Socit-ty. LORENZO A. KROHN, Biloxi, Miss.: Art: Kappa Sigma, Kappa Pi: President Newman Club. DOROTHY B. LACY, Gulfport, Miss.: Music: Choral Union. XIBSIIUI' ChOiI'. Third Row: JOHN I. LACY, Stonewall, Miss.: Mcrclinnilisiiig and Marketing: Br-ta Alpha. ROBERT F. LADNER, Kiln, Miss.: Pliy. Ed.: P.E. Club, Ncwlnftn Club. ED LANGFORD, Hattiesburg. Miss.: Phy. Ed.: "M" Club. GORDON LAVINGHOITSE, Jackson, Miss.: Phi Kappa Tau. ROBERT D. LEE, Wooclvillc. Miss.: Accounting. ANNINE DIAE LEIYIS, Dixon, Miss.: Home Ec.: lfloinc Ec. Club, XYL'STl1lII15If,'1' Ft-llowship. Fourth Row: GRADY L. LEIVIS, Purvis, Miss.: History. IYILLARD M. LEIVIS, .lflattiQsbui'g, Miss.: Journalisni: 'Stuilont Printzf' JOYCE LINOLE, Cryslzil Springs, Miss.: Sociology: Phi Onii-ga, Vlii-ei'lcaf.li'i'. IRIS J. LIINCOMI5, RIIlSillll2lYiiiC, Miss.: Eli.-int-iitary Educ-atioii: I'lii NIU. IYILDA S. l.Ol-'TlN, l,'Oil.lllliliII, Miss.: lloino Ei-oiioinics. ROY H. l,O'I'T, Luinlfcrton, Miss.: A1-1-ounting: lit-ta Alpliat. Fifth Row: II'IIiI.IAM J. I.O'I"I', iliill'1r01'i, Bliss.: lIisi1il'i': I3.S.U,, l.Il.l,',, Iiilllli. EDNIUND C. LONE, Laurel, Miss.: History: l.ll.C. ' th e i i l l DIARY TOBI IVILLIAMS Editor, 1951 SOLTTHERNER ELDON R. LOIYE, XVatcr Vallcy, Miss.: Business Education. JACK C. LOIYE, Laurell, Miss.: History. IVILLIS E. LOIVRY, Mosclle, Miss.: Accounting, TOXI H. LUCKEY, Sanford, Miss.: Education. Sixth Row: HENRY D. MANGUM, Mi,-ndenhall, Miss.: Marlccting and Merchan- dising. IV. B. OIANSELL, Carthage, Miss.: Business Education. CHARLES E. MARDIS, Natchez, Miss. LUCYE B. MARTIN, DeQuincy, La.: Institutional Management, Home Ec.. Student Council Represtntative. DAISY MAY-BROIYN, Vicksburg, Miss.: Secretarial Sciencc: Kap- pa Dclta, I.R.C., Choral Union. MARTHA L. MAYFIELD, Columbia, Miss.: Music: Pi Kappa Lamb- -da, Vt-sper Choir, Southern Sings-rs, XVestniinster Fellowship, Treas- urer Christian Federation. Seventh Row: IYILLIAM M. QIAYFIELD, Hattiesburg, Miss.: Pre-Med: Alpha Tau Onie-ga. Alpha Epsilon Dclta. Inter-Fraternity Golf Team. JOEL M1-CAA, Chic-ora. Miss.I Speech. MARY J. BICCAA, Chit-ora, Miss.: Home EC.: Home EC. Club. FREDNA Mc-BAY, Hattiesburg, Miss.: Business Education, HELEN McBETH, Union, Miss.: Elementary Education: Prcsiclcnt of Sigma Signia Sigma, Vice-President Pan-Hellenic Council. JAMES K. mICc'ORIBFJ, Abordcffn. Miss.: Music: Choral Union, Vos- per Choir. Alpha Mu Chi, Newman Club. Eighth Row: BETTY C. McDONNIEAL, Suninierland, Miss.: Home Ec.: Vice- President Home EC. Club, Prcsiflent Y.XV.A., B.S.U. GEORGE IV. MCKAY, Philadelphia, Miss.: History. NELLIE McKAY, Philadelphia. Miss.: Home Economics. MRS. BOBBY H. Mc-LAUGI-ILIN, Magee, Miss.: Homo Ec.: Honic EC. Club. DIARY J. BICMILLON, Kosciuslco, Miss. LIDA R. M1-LEOD, Hatticsburg. Miss.: English: 'Chi Omega. Ninth Row: MARY L. M1-LEOD, Hatticsburg. Miss.: Elcniontary Education: Chi Omega. LELA C. Mt-NEASE, Carson, Miss.: 1-loinc Ei-ononiii-s. DAVIS Y. MELTON, Tallassce. Ala.: Pliy. Ed.: "M" Club, O. J. MILLER, Si-iniiiary, Miss.: 1i'o1iiiiivi'1-cg Kappa Alpha. I.Ol'lSE MILNER, Giilfport, Miss.: llonic Ei-onuniii-sl Chi Oiiivgzi l'i-osidcnt, Pi-p Squad, llonic Ev. Club. EMILY P. MI'l'I'HEI.I., Sitlon. Miss.: Rusint-ss Enlin-atioii: Pivsiilt-lit ol' Pi Cilupgu Pi, Vigo-l'i'i,-sitli-iit I?.S.L'. '-19. Y.W.A. Vivo-l'resiilcnt '-19, Prcsiclcut 1-'.T.A. '-19. 0 lass Jolmson, XV. Jones, B. F. Jones, E. F. Kelly King Kitchens Lacy, J. I. Ladner Langford Lewis. G. L. Lewis, VJ. M. Lingle Loft. H1 J. Lowe, E. C. Lowe, IC. R. Mangum Mansell Ma rdis Mayfield, IV. M. McCaa, J. Mc-Can, M. J. JIcDonnieal M1-Kay, G. WY. Mcliay, N. Mc-Lend, M. L. McNeanse Melton "V:- 'Sva- lun., ff Q-vw. X 4... f. Q.-.f 'S N..-. '-u 1'-F Q., 1 -6? in h 9. 5... V 1 .... vw. xr F. 1 ,1 'WA ' Y .1 5...- fi v- .915 nm, , 4, 5- .QW 5' , , .jfs Y 1 tw. 1... s' lf . -. ka. e. , 'ZW -4. vs-f -A ew W lj Q 4 gms Ns "Men ' ,X 'Q "It Aw Z-x ,73- .Who ii M V Qs: - , Marcy def ZA 1 'P .155 LCA 1' 415. T.. . , . l,K, M X. f- . ,Dx . I 1' 1 sn f . X' Er- .N nf? T, W. 'Nl , 1725 WSJ A if . V, ff' ' srfwr. .a CW ' dw .if f X ll ,WO ""' My x -...... .. f f,.,,.,fV 43 , 1 W g fn, Af QW? 41,91 - 6 ff? 9 ' ' Wy.. A 4 ff is s A .,,. , , .,,.,. V .,...,.,,.., i . I, gf' 43 if A' 1 .... 4 V.- .,., :I ...r 3 WU ff Ni ,fg ' my my L gl' 4.- QR 1--s W , Q..- -gi l x W X can . ,, 1 S. A:,. ,Q ,. 4 t ' A W 'nfl x .x L :Q X . J' Q . , . , . A ..,,.T.... ,...,..f,3f1-.- .5.,...,, .V X 2 we .f Q : , W, . .4-.0-mr. . . . ' 1 rj.. ' VN" X-"VS 4 9. 5 . X X. X ,- i,-Q wi kg- x L- N-nq, 'Q-A. - J... f2"S Yu. N19 wP"""' Q Jon:-s, IC. Y. Jordan Ii2lIIIs1'lll' Iiiiin-ll lirolm Lum' D B . 1 . . Lau llllflllbllsq Lee Leu is, A. M, lipsvornb Loffin Loif, ll. II, Lowa-, J. f'. Lowry Ln:-key Nlalrtin 3lZly'IfI'lHl'll Nlnyiield, M. I sl.-my NI4'IgK'tll Sh-Combe Blfllllllgllllll NI1'Nlillull NI4'l.e'o1l, L. ll. M i llcr Milner Nlilvhell l TOMMYE MORRIS Business Manage-r, 1951 SOITTHERNER l l A First Row: imx' L. mums. wrysmi springs. Miss.. BifDl0gB'. BILLY MOORE, M--z-flvillv. Miss.: Pri--Dental. CLARA M. MOORE, Li-na. Miss.: Music Etluvatiuiig lI:itti1fslv11i'g: tQ'lmral lwllltllll HOIYARD A. MORAN, Pit-ayune. Miss.: Pro-Mvcl. Major in Biulngy: Prt--Mail. Frat.: Pi Kaiipa Alpha. 'FOMMXE L. MORRIS, Gulfport, Miss.: Se-1:1'i-tarial Swim'-ii m'1- 3 1'r1-wn Vlllli. MARY J. MLLLINS, lloxii-. Miss.: Business Etlufsatiwai: Pi Omvga Pi. Second Row: JOIIN R. Ml'RI'IlY, Hintfm, NV. Va.: .ACl'OlllllillQf'-.Q liwlta Sigma Pi Trl-aeurvrg Intramural Soitliall 3-l: Intramural Foot!-all 3--i. DIANE NEXYSOM, iVill1fl'POl'f, Miss.: Elvm. Eil. X Pil1'1'illfIifJS3'I Kap- pa l'P1-lt:13Sovial Chairman: Vivit' Ri-ii. for XV.S.G.. SOUtil1'I'll Playwrs. Pc-11 S-quail. GLENN MARY NICIVSOME, I'i3tiiVSihUl':A Miss.: t"umm, Art: Phi Mu. Kappa Pi, Language- Vluli, AVUIIIFIILS Stutlt-nt GOX't'I'IllIli.'Ili Tri--as. JULIAN M. NOLAND, Bnguf' Cliitto, Miss. HAROLD L. NOIYELL, M:-l.'mnl'v. Miss.: Spot-1-li: Si3::'ma Alpha Eta. NYQSI1-Y, Sli--1'-1-li Arts, Prvs. ul' XXX'-sl--y, XYnrship Chairman t'r.ir Stu- dvnt fA'ill'lSiiJlll I'Il'1it'FIliiUll, Pre-sielt-nt S..-LE.. lladio xYfI1'RSiltlIl. FLOSSIE NOIYLIN, J:1r1'lcsrm, Miss.: Musii- I5fill4'FliiOllI Choral Ivil- inn, Yesyivi' Clioir. Hlwra Vlmrus. Third Row: NYM. N. OLIVER, Krist-iuslm, Miss.: Health QQ Phys. E-tl.: Kappa Alpha. M:ina:4'vr ni' lianml, l3an1l l.3.2l.4. P.E. Club 31-4, lztipiiirtvi- ITE. tjlul-. l'i-vs, Hziml -1, Band 4f'ounf'i1 3-4, B.S.U. 2-3--1, Editor B.S.U., F.'l'.A. l'Al'LINE OIYEN, Friar Point, Miss.: Elcini. Ed.: Alpha Psi Oim-ua, Elf-m. Fiiiiiif-il. B.S.ll.. Alpha Sigma Alpha. EMMA PAGE, llazlvhurst. Miss.: llome- Er-onmniis: YXVA. BSU, llwliiv E". Vluli. JOIINNIE PAGE, l'uyiI:'ii'xillv. Miss.: Math. IEOIFBE JEANNE PARK, .Ian-lcsim. Miss.: llnnio Ev.: Sigma Sigma Sigma. JAICL I'A'l"l'ERSON, llattii-slvurg. Miss.: Ilistwry. Fourth Row: IIOYLE l'lIILLIl'S, Ifultmi, Miss.: S01-ial Studi-'s. JOHN Ml'flA'lY l'IIlLLll'S, Maron, Miss.: Phys. Eil.: Kappa Alivlia. LEON l'l1'liARD, lfmi-st. Miss.: I'1l'SOlllll'l Aiilllillglvlllvllil ifillillil Sigma. DAISY l'lERI'E, .l:i1'l:sun. Miss.: iitllllfjlllfliiillil' lfjiliit-gltitrmg llumt- E4-. l'lilli. AI,ll'l'l l'l'I"I'3IAN, llat.ti1-slillrg, Miss.: :slim-1-li 1'4.i1:ii-I-tiiiii: Sigma Alpha Eta. JAl'QUEl,INE I'Ol,li, I'r1-litiss, Miss.: illusu- l'i4il.1i'llliOll. JAKE CANTWELL Business Manager, S'l'l'DEN'1' PRINTZ Fifth Row: JOHN POLK, Prentiss. Miss.: S1-ienf.-ez AIWM. IRIS POOLE, Natcht.-Z, Miss.: Health and Phys. Ed.: XY.-XA, PE "lub, F.T.A. MONTEZ POOLE, Glrmster, Miss.: Elem. Ed.: B.S. TOMMIE POPE, Columbia. Miss.: Voir-L-: Kappa Iielta Piwsiileiit 3. Mvmlwrship Chairman 4. Pi Kappa Lamlitla Ser-.. Yi:-e-Pres. of Jr. K Sr. Class. Southern Singvrs 1-Z-3--1, Vuspvr 'Clmir 1-2-3-4, Choral Pnion, XYSGA. NYh0's lVho in American Cflllegfls, Soloist Mt-Ssiah 4. MIRIAM READ. Louin, Miss.: Homv Ei". JOHNNY REAGAN, Tylt-rtowii, Miss.: Rinlogyi Sigma Pi. Sixth Row: NIARFIA REDDOCI-I, Summerland, Miss.: Bactvriology. BAYIYARD REXROAD, Hattitaslrurg, Miss.: Math. MILDRED RHODES, Cnllinsville, Miss.: Eli.-m. Ed.: FTA, EIOIII. Coiixivil. JOE RICHARDS, Laurel, Miss.: Businiss: Sigma Pi. SANDERS RICHMOND, Carthagv, Miss.: Bus, E-cl. BE'l"l'YE RIDDLE, M1-ritlian, Miss.: Comm. Art: Chi Oim-ga. Kappa Pi. Seventh Row: ROBERT RIEGERT, Rue.-na Vista. Ya.: Markt-ting and Morvhan- riising: Kamra Sigma. NHX'.'Ill11l1 Nlulv. ROBERT RUGBY, Hillsboro. Miss. TOMMIE RIGDON, Mvritlian. Miss.: Srwial Studies: Pep Squad. prvsitlf-nt Elm-mentary Council, SQK'l'E'i2lIiX'TIi92lSlll'Pl' .if XVQstminster Ft-llowsliip. lfhairman on Christian l4'vtlt-ration V'0unviI. BE'I"l'Y RILEY, l-lattif-sliurg, Miss.: English: Alplia Sigma .-Xlpha. JOHN ROBBINS, Oalivillv. Miss.: Pre-lu-ntal. FORREST ROBERTS, Pc-rkinstun, Miss.: Mathemati:-sz Gyinnastii.-s. Eighth Row: llI'GHLENE ROBERTS, Hattiesburg. Miss.: Elizlisli-Spiral-li: Alpha Sigma Alpha iwililllilllll, Alpha Psi Oinopra. B.S.I'.. Hvatling Chorus. ROBBIE ROBERTSON, state Linu. Miss. Ol'IDA RODGERS, 1'aihuta. Miss.: XV.A.A.: Phys. Ed. HARLAN ROGERS, Vullins. Miss.: Biulwsyl Pi Kai-pa Alpha, Beta Bl-ta Rota. YIRGINIA RVNNELS, Magw. Miss.: llomc Ev.: Kappa Dr-lta, llniiir- Ev. Clulv. ELINIIA RUSHING, tjloster. Miss.: Businuss .xilministration. Ninth Row: SALLY RI'SS, Lung Hvai-li. Miss.: i':it"llll'lll11l'X litliiwatioiix XYcstmin- str-r l"1-lliiwship. Prvsitlt-nt. ROISICRT SANDERS, l'l1-lialli. Miss.: Su--ial Studia-s. llislury. NORMAN SANFORD, ll:ittit-slfurg. Miss.1 l'h-1-:raivliy-1'sy.: Kaimm Sig'm.i. MARY SASSICR, Hugm-. Miss.: Matlii-iiizitifs: iflllilfll Mu lflpsilmi. I".'l'.A. CHARLES S1'llI'l'H, llattii-slmru. Miss.: A.-1-miiitiiig. Cll0'L't'lC sl'0'l"l', Ivossivilli-. Miss.: Au-oiiiitiiig. se io lass l l l i 1 la l 9 I lil It 'l il if li V ll i .i l l I 'Mohon Dfoore, B. Moore, C. M. Murphy Newsom Newsolne Oliver Owen Page, lc. Phillips, H. Phillips, J. ISI. Piclcard Polk Poole, I. Poole, BI. Reddoc-h Rexrond Rhodes Riegert Rigby Rigdou Roberts, H. Robertson Rodgers Russ Sanders Sanford 'Q'-R' Q. wx 'EB' up-....., Mwm. wow .NAA N...- HV. W iff' ,...f ,0- ,,-.. X fo-f 'ES' -,ww gy! 6 6 wh., .ek ,...,. 55" Lu' Q.--1' 'SA "PCT" ff' V31 Nlorun NC Q4 154, . x'4II'l'IS ,y Nlullins . -. f ' . W 4 W "" Noland 4-N , n- 5 -- Q -A ' Qs' -V N"W"ll X ' Nowlin if . X ' fjgm 46? ,CI Page, J. t . R , ev A - Park ---' A "' f Patterson H, , n 5, xx 75 . , ll r . Gm wi wh le me ..,, ww Pittnmu V7 5 7 Polk J. J . 'Z .J 5 l' -E+ a 5 Pope f .F Q ww-,a 43 Read I "-" ' Y, N. 'QEF' V1 ""' Reagan Q. . .., . A ' f ' , ' "" ' .. '-:Jizz , f Q . Ur . . f . V s ' R ic lm rds ,. ..v. 'N cts ' A 'n Richmond f ' Q we if K' 5, fy, . --.N f Q.--1 Riddle . f J 4 L S ., V. Riley '17 . ive Rohlnns V Roberts, F 13 Q--, Rogers -HF Runnels um Rushing 'Q va. xr . fa' N. . f fe A i L Xiifi i it " ff Sasser ' 1 K Qisgig h 5 . . mt 'Wk Q t R chuch V 6- - R . 1 ' ' Scott Lv' wx . g x X R 1 94' ru.. i " "NH-L JOANNE RED President. of Pep Squad First Row: JOSEPI1 C. SCRUGGS, Slliithdale, Miss. CECIL O. SEIYELL, Pivayune, Miss. CHARMIE I. SHAIY, Louisville, Miss.: Elementary Education: F.T.A. NORMA F. SHEDD, Columbia, Miss.: Music: Pi Kappa Pi, Pi Kappa Lambda, Vesper Choir, Wesley Foundation. ORA H. SHOEMAKER, Bay Springs, Miss.: Homo EC.: Home Er.: Club. LEE B. SHIPLEY, Canton, Miss.: Marketing and iI'IC'l'l'hZlIllIiSillg. Second Row: BILLIE J. SHOTTS, Taylorsville, Miss.: Music- Eduoationl Vespei' Cllioir, B.S.U., Y.XV.A., F.T.A., Band. OTIS E. SIKES, 'Carthage-, Miss.: History. IYINARD L. SILLS, Silver Creek, Miss.: Marketing and Merchan- dising: Delta Sigma Pi. EVA F. SIMMONS, Tylertown, Miss.: Elementary Education: Phi Mu. LOIVERY T. SIMMONS, Louin, Miss.: Biology: Vit-e-President, Beta Bt-ta Beta. DELLA M. SIMS, Pass Christian. Miss. Third Row: FRANCES L. SIMS, Bay Springs, Miss.: Business Education: Tri Sigma. MARY J. SINCLAIR, Braxton, Miss. ZAN SKELTON, Basie, Miss.: Engflish: Kappa Sigma, Pre-sicle-lit of Alpha Psi Oinr-ga, Pri-sirieut of Pi Kappa Pi, 'Pi Tau, Soutlicrn Play- ers '48, '-19, '50, '51, Southern Radio Players '48, '49, '50, 'SI'lPOI'il Arts Council '50, '51, Student Founcil Representative, XVho's XYho Among Students in Arn:-i'ifi'an Pollegi.-s and Universities. PHILIP E. SLADE, Hattii-slnirg, Miss.: C'l1e-inistry: Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Tau, Vice-President Kappa Mu Epsilon, President of Aint-ricau Clit-inical Society. BE'l"I'Y J. SMITH, Poplarville. Miss: Draniativs: Kappa Delta, Sigma Alpha Eta, Alpha Psi Omega, Pi Kappa Di.-lta. CLARENCE II. SMITH, Carson. Miss. Fourth Row: DONALD I'. SMITH, Indianapolis, Ind.: Accounting: Alpha Tau Omega. l'1LIZAIlE'l'II SMITH, Iflattieslvurg, Miss.: Business Education. EDITII M, SMITH. Lauri:-l, Miss.: Fri-nr.-li: Kappa Dc-lla, Pi Di-Ita Phi, Alpha Psi Oirivgra, Scrretziry Senior Class, l"resi1lf-nt I.li.C.. Sillliidll f'f-un--il ltr-p., Moll'-rii lmiiuiiaprn- Vluli, LOGAN S, SMITH, Mississippi Vity. Miss.: Malliviiiatii-s, Mll.lDRl'lD SMITH, Slie-lliy, Miss.: Art: l'lii Mu. Kappa Pi, Soi.-it-ty limlitor ol' "SLii4lviit Printzf' MILDRED R. SMITH, Sainlvisvillr.-, Miss.: Enulish: Alpha Sigma Alpha.. BUDDY OLIVER President of the Band Fifth Row: PRESTON SMITH, Poplarville, Bliss VERA SMITH, Lucien, Miss, Sigma Alpha Eta, Elementary Council, JAMES H. SOLLIE, Hattiesl'-urg, Miss. ROBBIE L. SPEITI-ITS, Basstic-ld, Miss.: Home Evonomics. CHARLES C. SPENCE, Ellisville. Miss.: Biology: Br-ta Beta Beta, Sixth Row: JANE M. SPENCE, Ellisville, Miss.: Sec. Sf-ienc-Q: Chi Omega, Home Foming Maid, '50. LAI'RA STANFORD, Fulton, Miss,: Chemistry. RICHARD E. STALTER, Moss Point, Miss.: Health and Phy. Ed. BIRS. A. J. STENNETT, SR., Mize. Miss. FLIFFARD BI. STEPHENS, Philadelphia. Miss.: History: F.T.A. OSCAR E. STEYENNON, Moss Point. Miss.: Phy, Ed. Seventh Row: RALPH STEIYART. JR., Gulfport, Miss.: Business Arlministration: Kappa Alpha. RICHARD A. STEIYART, Hattiesburg, Miss.: Mathematics: Kappa Sigma. ROGER STUART, Hattie-sliiurg, Miss.: Psy:-liologyl Kappa Alpha, ELMER L. SVMMERSGII., Pritchard, Ala.: Mathvmatics: Kappa Mu Epsilon. HENRY R. SUMRALL, Suinrall, Miss.: Business Adininistration: Beta Alpha. MRS. BOBIS TAYLOR, Laurel, Miss.: Sociology: Kappa Delta. Eighth Row: FLOYD C. TEETZEN, l-Iattieslvurg. Miss.: Matlif-matics. HARRIS TERRY. Miuter, Miss.: English: Wesley Foundation JOHN IV. TERRY, Monticello, Miss.: Chemistry: Amerir-an Cheni- ic-al Society. NATALIE J. THIAC, Biloxi, Miss.: Home Ein: Kappa Delta, Ilonie Ec. Club. SHIRLEY THIGPEN, Pif-ayune, Miss: Journalism: Alpha Signia Alpha: Student, Boily Treasurer '50, '51, Animal Staff, "Student Printzf' IVA N. THOMAS, Pulaski, Miss.2 Biology. Ninth Row: BE'l"l'YE J, THOMPSON, Prentiss, Miss, RORICR1' WY. THOMPSON, Coluinliia, Miss.: A1---ouuting. JOHANNA A. TON, f'lull'purt, Miss.: ifliciiiistry and Biology: NYi-st- niiuster lf'vllowsliip. ROBERT IC. 'l'0I'lllCY. Klamath I-Hills, Or--.: llusim-ss .fX1liuiiiisl1':1- tion: .Xlpha Tau Oiiit-ua, Annual Stall. MARY TRAVIS, llattieslvura. Miss.: J5l1!liFl1- IVY.-ITT 'l'l'l.l.OS, Ullillll, Miss: Ri0l0?J3'I "M" Clllh- Yfllsiib' Dag' lzethall. se ior lass MRS- VIVIAN C- SMYLIE. Roxio Miss.: Elementary Education: Scruggs Sewell Shaw Shotts Sikcs Sills Sims, F. L. Sinclair Skelton Smith, D. P. Smith, E. Smith, E. BI. Smith, P. Smith, V. Smylie Spence, J. M. Stanford Stanter Stewart, R. Stewart, R. A. Stuart Tcetzen Terry, ll. Tl-rry, J. WY. 1 IIOIIIDSOII, B. J. lhnmpsun, R. WY. Ton 'Sr 'Cr Ax Www- Sv 'f"'ws -r"'Q! Q-vw if wg.. 5. 'GX 'Rl 5.5 , if ""'Y -., S. -N., -Q.. .0-.sw E+ 'fx 'QA S '-53" "br ...Nxg 'fi-w. 4-, an C' f ff f X f , ff if 4 ,. f f ., ff 55' Q""'s x ps. . 2 vff s' . yf J jf W ,, ,I I 1 5 X ' 3 ' , K 4 ,n -my vv rf' ' l f 405.4591 wa... ' MW5 -i7!f'fff4!if" '- 'Wi' w ' 3' . f y A - I 4 ' . ng. f":g,1:"fgV'UC" 5 mv , V ff 4 , UAV .flghg y V , fr- . . f ' 'A I j flag.. Hu, ,ia 5, V L A- N . w ' 171 w 5, ,Q 1 X 'AM' -Gap- B1-RA 1 x sg: ie ', 4 ' N, ww-vs:-4. vm Q, , .- Z. T' WU' . tug ., at Q New : f Y r' . , ,. , , ef... Q ' :vw 'fa , ,yi zany, ' 1 s 5 X .vs H-uf r ...H .....- r...- ' :Q if vf? A , . .V S - sh 9 . 'A ' :xxx 'LQ S " ' 'ft 5 51.2 V , f . AA . 5- x ,Q aw hm -..AK - T ., ' if ' ... ' in nfwd is . , A , . 5. 5.1, X' xx , it , L 'E gigs? Shi-dai Slim-.vnulwr Shiph-y Simmons, IC Simmons, I. Sims, ll. Nl. Slaule Smith, li. J. Smith, f'. Il Smith, I.. S. Smith, Bl. Smith, M. li Sullie Spvithls Slwnl-v, C. 1 Si ennelt Ntvplwnx S-ic-vensml Nninnwrsgil Nlllllfilil Taylor 'l'hiflC 'I'hi1-rpm-n 'l'hmnns 'lmnlwy 'Travis Tnllus X JOYC E LIN GLE Head Clieerlvnder First Row: PHILIP Ii. 'I'I'liNER. Hattie-sliurg, Miss.: Choinistry and Math.: Alpha Tau Onioiqa. :XlIIK'1'lC'1Il1 'ChQmir"al Soc'-iety, SALLY TYNES, Jayt-ss, Miss.: Honit- Ewonomiws. RICIIARD H. IYALLEY, Ricshton, Miss. GEORGE DFDLEY YVARD, Jackson, Miss.: Marlcc-ting and Moi'- vlianrlising: Phi Kappa Tau. CHARLICY H. XYARE, Magee, Miss.: Business Education. CARLYNE XVARNOCK, Gt-rmania, Miss.: Elementary Education: Sigma Sigina Sigma. Second Row: SIDNEY DAVID XYELCH, Mefndwnliall. Miss.: Marketing and Mor- uliaiidisilig. JAHIES McCOYEN H'HI'l'E, XYooclvill0, Miss.: Busiiicss Awlniinistra- tion. IYILLIE D. XYILES, Koswiuslco, Miss.: Health and Physical Eduva- tlull. DOLORES MELISA YYILLIANIS, Petal, M1Ss.1 Biology. MARY JEAN IYILIJAMS, Hattir-sburg, Miss.: Home E01 Chi Omcga.. MARY TOM IVILLIANIN, Pinoln. Miss.: English: Alpha Sigma Al- pha, l'1'i-sith-iit: Alpha Psi Orrin-ga. Erlitor, 1951 SOl"l7HEliNlCl-2. "Stu:,li'nt Printz," 1, 2, 3: Class Editor, 1950 SOL"THEl'iNEH: Southvrn Players, XVho's XYho Anioiiv.: Stuwlt-nts iii Ainerii.-aii Col- lt-gos and 'UlIlV6l'SIfilz'S. Third Row: lcolslilrf Liclc wll.l.l.xMs, Jn., imifiiii. Miss.: iiisiory. 'rim lc. wll,i.i.uls, si-im.-ir, '.lft'iill.Q iisyf-iioiogy. JOHN BIELVIN "Bl'BBER" PHILLIPS PAT IVILLIAMSON, Mendenhall. Miss.: Home EC.: Homo Ev. Club. ANNIE IiI'TH YYILLINGHANI, Tillar, Ark.: Intramural 'Ca1.rtain. Sf-c-rf-tai'y XV.A.A., Physical Educ'-ation Club. JYDY XYILSON, 1-lattit-slwurg, Miss.: Sevrvtarial Scie-nr-ez Tlelta Sigma Epsilon. BII-RS. BIARGARET J. WVILSON, Hattivshurg, Miss.: Business Edu- cation: Pi Omega Pi. Fourth Row: LAYERNE IYING, Lii'P"5'l'fl'. Miss.: Eit'llli.'lll3.l'X' E'cluvatifui: Elvnivn- tary Counvil, Vit-t--Prfsiflent: XYE-stniinster Followsliip, Yi1-9-PreSi- :lf-nt. THOMAS l'. IYOOD, Mt.-Coinli Miss.: Clieinistrxz Aliwhn Tau Gina-Sn, Alpha Epsilon lin-Ita, 'l'rwristi1'fli'g Pi Kappa Delta. President: Pi Tau. Prvsifloiit: Stutlvut Afliliate Ame-i-ivan Clit-init-al Sovif-ty, Speech Arts Coun--il: lst Vive-Prc-sident Studi'-nt Rody: lilehnto Team. XVho's XX'ho Among: Students in Ame-rivan Collegos and Universities. LOYVERY A. IYOODALL, Rogue Chitto. Miss.: Phi Kappa Tau. CLARENCE XV. IVOODS, JR., Hattiusburg, Miss.: Ec-onomii.-s: Kappa Alpha. VERNON ELLISON WYRIGHT, Ellisvillc-. Miss.: Sigma Alpha Eta. EBIILIO ALFRED YACONETTI, Now York City: Son-iology: Alpha Delta. Mu. President 4SL50: Alpha Psi Omega: Pliilosiiplii.-rs Club. Fifth Row: GXYEN T, YOUNG, 'l'ayluisx'ill0, Miss.: Biology: Ili-ta IRQUI Brita. Prositlt-iii: F.T.A. IIELEN Ll'l'ILLIC YOI'NG: Sumrall. Miss.: liusiiit-ss Etliii-:itioiig Pi Oint-ga Pi, Tl't'Z1SLlliCl'1 l'lonorary Coiiinior-so Sowit-ty, lhfportc-i'. se 'or l ss Tllfll1'r Ty nos lhllla-y HI-If-In !Yhile N'il0s 1Villiams, R. I.. 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D. l'0l0, J. ll. 4. . 4' V, I 24 JUNIOR CLASS 0F'l"lI'ERS lglQ'I"l'x' lflfslllll pjyg L4-'ft to Right: Johneen lngersnl, 'I'rt-usurc-r: li2lfll0l'illl" , - - ,h , Holiday, His-forian: 'Marilyn Nvwsoni, Net-rvtaryg -loyt-P Plesulellt' M Hmne IA' tml' Iiilrretf, Vit-P Presitlt-Iltg Bill Keeth, l'l't-Sitlellf: Pat Red- man, Stlltlil-'llfi f'0llIl1'il lf9lll'l"Sl'IIfllfiY9Q Mr. J. 'l'. Pullner, First Row: MARK N. ABRAHAM ..... BETTY MURIEL AINSXVORTH . WILLIAM EDWARD AINSWORTH . DAVID ALLEN .. .. ........ NANCY E. ALSWORTH .. PAUL HARDIN AMIS . . .. .... WILLIAM ROBERT ANDERSON . HAROLD DONALD APPI.EWHITIi Second Row: MAXINE ARCHER . . . . . . . . NELSON RODNEY .ATKINSON . FRANK MARION ATWOOD MARY JEANETTE AULTMAN WILLIAM TRAVIS AVARA .. JACQUELYN BACKSTROM .. JOHN HENRY BAKER ..... LEWIS MARSHALL BAILEY .. Third Row: H. LEWIS BARBER ..... RANDOLPH LEE BARNES .. MRS. BEVERLY ANTOINE B JOYCE BARRETT . . . E. WINIFRED BATES . SONNY BATES ....... MARIE WHITE BEACH .. POLLY MARION BECKER .. Fourth Row: CHARLES HENRY BERRY .. GLORIA PATRICIA BIEHL . MARIE BILBO ........... RAYMOND CORTEZ BISHOP HOWARD LEE BLICK ..... EDWIN BODIE ........... RUBY CHARLENE BOGGAN SAM LLOYD BOURNE .... Sponsor. . .. .BilOxi, . . .BraxtOn, . . .COllins, .. . . .Me-ridian, . . Purvis, . . . .Nc'wtOn, . . . .Hatti6sburg, . . Prentiss, . . .... Sumrall, . . .PascagOula, . . .McLain, . ...... .ClOster, . . .WaynesborO, ...... .. .C0lumbia, ARRETT . . . .Jacks0n, . . . .CulfpOrt, . .Philadelphia, . . .Picayuncg . . .Poplarvillf-, . . . .JaCksOn, . . . .FOxwOrth, . . .Bay St. Louis, . .... Meadvillc, . . . . .Laur6l, . . . .Natchc-z, . .... Shubuta, . . . .Mcndenhal1, . . .COluIIIbia, . . .HatticsbuI'g, . . . .Hazl6hurst, . . . .Summit, .. .Calhoun City, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss Fifth Row: .IANIS MARIE BOVAY . HILDA BRANTLEY ......... . FRANCES LAVELLA BRATSCHX .. NELDIX DORRIS BRECKENRIDGE . ROBERT LEWIS BRENT ..... BETTY JANE BBIDCES .. . WILLIAM ALLEN BRIGHT .. TOM BROCK ........... Sixth Row: GERALD MELDON BROPHY . MARTIN PHILIP BROWN . MARY ELLEN BROWN .. C. H. BROWNINC DONALD EARL BRUCE .. .ANN BRYANT .......... DALTON ROBERT BURCH ..... RICHARD VINCENT BURCKHARDT Seventh Row: J. W. BURROUGHS .. MARY FAYE BURT ..... . BERT MCNAIR CAMPBELL .. JAKE WILLIAM CANTWVELL .. WILLIAM R. CAPPS ..... DOROTHY L. CATCHINGS .. ROBERT EDGAR CI-XWTHORN . ELOISE R. CHAIN ...... Eighth Row: JOYCE SHIRLEY CHAIAPMAN .. ANN ELIZABETH CLARK . ClLARENCE CLARK . GREEN B. CLARK ......... . MARTHA FRANCES CLEVELAND CATHERINE BARRETT Qll.OXVER . FLORA DEAN COLE ...... .. JRE-SIE NIAY COLE .. . .Vicksburg, Miss ..Maddc-n, Miss . . . . .ClOstPr, Miss .Hattieshurg, Miss ... . . .BilOxi, Miss Philadelphia, Miss .. . . .LZ1UI'Cl, Miss .. .RiChtOII, Miss .Hatticsburg, Miss . . . .SumInit, Miss . . . .Bil0xi, Miss .. .CulfpOrt, Miss .Hattie-sburg, Miss . . . . . .Terry, Miss . . .MtiCOmb, Miss . . .Laurcl, Miss . . . . .DIxOn, Miss Philadelphia, Miss .BirIIIinghaII1, Ala . .Tyl6rt0wn, Miss . .Tylf:1'tOwn, Miss .Hazlehurst, Miss .HL1ZlCl1Ul'SI, Miss ..GulfpOI't, Miss .Hattic'sburg, Miss ... . .Pt-tal, Miss ..VVOOdvillc, Miss .Hatti6sbuI'g, Miss .. .Meridian, Miss .....CulfpOrt, Miss .Hatti6slJu1'g, Miss .. .COlliIIs, Miss Collins, Mary C olllns, Mildred Cooke Corley, B. C. Daniel Davis, B. J. Davis, H. I.. Davis, H. li. Dunvan Durr Dulton lin som Elies Elam Eley Estes Fam-her Farish Farr, 13. H. Farr, J. L. Finka Fleming Fondren Ford Fountain Francis Freeman Friday Gibbs Gibson flillllfllll Grantham 3 th junior lass Z 3 3 5 Corley, YV. E. Coston Crook Curtis Davis, L. Dent Dickerson, E. Dickerson, J. L. 3 Eddins Edwards, E. E. Edwards, F. S. Edwards, J. YV. Eure Evans, B. Evans, L. F. Ifairlvy Farr, IV. N. Fayard Ferguson, F. YV. Ferguson, J. Fortenberry, B. Fortenberry, J. lll Fortenberry, M. Ii Forienberry, M. B. lfulkerson Garner, C. P. Garner, E. Gnrretty Grnp son Griffin, Faye Griilin, Fred Griffin, M. K. I l First Row: MARY JO COLLINS . . . . MILDRED JOYCE COLLINS . 'US lnsmrmu QW 5 WE 3355 Q" I5 if Q .Qs E mia Z3 WN SW! W3 A EMI I tw HM ' 52 W KW M EMILY MITCHELL REX IIULSIQY President of Pi Omega l'i President uf Alpha, Epsilon Delta . .El1isvi1le, . . . . . .Bi1oxi, Long Beach, JANICE PATRICIA COOKE . . . . .... . . . MRS. BENNYE CAROLYN CORLEY .. WILLIAM EMERY CORLEY . . . . . . . BETTY LU COSTON . . . . . . BILLY CAMPBELL CROOK . . BONNIE JEAN CURTIS .. Second Row: LAVERNE DANIEL .. BETTYE JO DAVIS . . HAROLD LEE DAVIS . . PIELEN RAE DAVIS . . LILLIAN DAVIS . . . MARY ANN DENT . ELOISE DICKERSON ....... .JOSEPH LESTER DICKERSON Third Row: MARGIE B. DUNCAN . . ROBERT LEE DURR . . ROBERT W. DULTON . BOBBY CLAUDE EASOM . . MARY SUE EDDINS .. . EDNA EARL EDWARDS . FRANK S. EDWARDS ..... -JOHN WILLIAM EDXVARDS . Fourth Row: MARY JACQUELINE ERES .. EMILY ELOUISE ELAM .. PEGGY FAYNE ELEY .. ELSIE ESTES .. BILL EURE .. BEN EVANS ......... LILLIE FRANCES EVANS . . .JAMES LYLE FAIRLEY .. .. . . ..Nee1y, Rolling Fork, . . . . Prentiss, . . . .Vaidc-ri, . . .MeI'idian, . . . . . .SOsO, . .PCl'kiI1StOI1, . .Hazclhurst, . . .Seminary, . . .Seminz1ry, . . .DcKa1b, . . . Summit, . . .Bi1oxi, . . . Gholson, Brookhaven, .Moss Point, . . Sebastopol, . . .VOssburg, . . .Bruce, . . . . . .Saucier, .Mendenhalh . . .Laurel, . . .McCOmb, . . .SCObia, . .LouisVilIe, .Hatticsburg, . . . .Shubutz1, . .Luccdale, . . .Biloxi, Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss 1 I Fifth Row: LULA DELLE FANCHER .. CHARLES WEBB FARISH .. BERNARD HOLLIE FARR .. -JAMES LOUIS FARR . . . WILNA NELL FARR . . CURTIS FAYARD ....... FRED WARREN FERGUSON .. .JEAN FERGUSON ....... Sixth Row: GEORGE ANTHONY FINKA .. BONNIE JEANNE FLEMING .. THOINIIXS HARLEY FONDREN FAYE LIDDLELL FORD .. BOB FORTENBERRY ...... -JOE HARRIS FORTENBERRY . M.N11CUS ESTUS FORTENBERRY .. MARY NANELLE FORTENBERRY . . Seventh Row: SARAH FRANCES FOUNTAIN DON COLLIS FRANCIS .... ELSIE JOAN FREEMAN .. -JAMES W. FRIDAY ...... JACK FIELDS FULKERSON .. CAROLYN PATRICIA GARNER ELEANOR GARNER ........ MILDRED LOUISE Ci.-XRRETTY Eighth Row: JEAN GIBBS ....... PIUS OLNEY GIBSON .. BRYANT GILLHAM . . HUGH GRANTHAM ...... CLAIBORNE O. GRAYSON .. FAYE GRIFFIN ........ FRED GRIFFIN MARY KATHERINE GRIFFIN . .CoffecVi1le, Miss. . . .WaynGsbOrO, Miss Bay St. Louis, Miss. . . . . .Jz1CksOn, Miss. . . . .Flora, Miss . . .Saucier, Miss . .Moorhead, Miss. . .Learned, Miss . . .Biloxi, Miss . . .Laura-l, Miss . . .Jackson, Miss. . . .Meridian, Miss. . . .Ty1crtOwn, Miss. . . .COlumbia, Miss . . .TylertOwr1, Miss. . . .TylertOwn, Miss . . . . .FOrest, Miss . .HattiCsburg, Miss . . . . .Forest, Miss . . .BoOIIcVil1c, Miss . . .KiIIgspOrt, Tenn . .Hattiesburg Miss . . . . .CarsOn, Miss . . .McComb, Miss . . .FOrest, Miss. . . .Be1zOni, Miss . . .BzItCsville, Miss . .Ovf:tt, Miss. . . .Louin, Bliss. . .Dc-Kalb, Miss. . . . .DeCatur, Miss. . . .Vicksburg, Miss. . ...Jig iiuidry llnnna llur4Iug'e Hardin Hawkins Head Herrin llerringlon lloda Horne Houston Hudson Ishee Jennings Johnson, C. L. Johnson, Ib. H. Jordan, M. 0. Jordan, ll. L. Knut-hick Kayser King, I. L, King, IC. M. Klein Luton Lewis, ll. li. Lewis, ll. li, Lewis, L. ll. Liles Longeoy Loper Lowry Lyon u lor lass j . 'Nr '-1 X Vs 6' .LL 51 if 1 sm, , .,,.0V.w , G f 1:1 , MZ Mm 2 W. l x QVX vi 4 Q -..- 'E' ,,4f' sw ,,..,l T" V' X l f - -wrfzx H 'mv Z' YS QY P ,- , .A 4.-A, 'sf .1 5 . " iff ' ff.. - 5, M I , -+1 Q. ,Q-.. 4... '. 'J .lp , f -' M ' . .1 M, j 5, . - t sf CZ' 44 -lr, fzf . W 'f Q,o f . . V . 737' 'CT' KK Ti S er L.. -elf' '-.- fe .WH VB. XY. tx- is .1 ,.., 'Q' ,4 17 Harper Harris, D, Harris, lu. llatc-her Hewes Holifield Holliday Hollingsworth Huntington Hunt Hurley Ingersoll Johnson, G. R. Johnson, R. C. Jones, C. M, Jones, D. Kelly, C. L. Kelly, J. B. Kennedy Keys Laird Lund rum Latham Lee Lindsey Little, A. ll. Little, J. ll. Lonxlmrdo Madison, J. Y. Madison, J. ll. Nlugee, B. J. Nlugee, J. s upw- .Awwf X 2 .. .. ,.. fs i gown r X I l4Illl'l'll SMITH Presiclent ot' l. li. l'. First Row: FRANCIS WALTER GUIDRY . ...BilOxi, JXUDEAN HANNIX .. - - -Ellisvillv. MARTHA HARDACE ..... .... M adden, DIXULTON WARE H.AKRDIN .. .Taylorsvillf-, BARTIS B. If-XRPER ..... .... G ulfport, DON HJKRRIS . ...POplarville, E. H.NRRIS .............. . . .Poplarvillc-, MARTHA MAXINIS HA'I'I.:III1.R . . . . .LOuisville, Second Row: WILLIAM DALE HAWRINS .. .. .Hattiesburg, MARY FRANCES HEAD ... ...GulfpOrt, BONNIE MERLE HERRIN .... Sumrall, CHARLES RAY HERRINGTON .. ..Hattiesburg, EDWARD PIERCE HEwEs . . . . .Hot Springs LINNIE RUTH HOLIFI1E1.D .. ..SumIIIerland, KATHERINE ANN HOl.I,IDA3' . .POplaI'ville, BESSXIZ HOLLINGSXN'ORTII . . . .Decatur, Third Row: MX'RTIE MAE I'IODA .. .. .GulfpoI't, TED HORNE ............ .Hattiesburg, HALLIE HARRIS HOUSTON ..... Laurel, MYRRL LACREY HUDSON .. . .. .Calhoun City, MARY FRANCES HUN'FING1'0N . . . .Hazlehurst, M.NVIS MARIE IJUNT .. . . .McCOOl, REBECCA JANE HURLIEY ...... . .Mcridian, JOHNEEN ROBERTA INCERSOLI. . ...BilOxi, Fourth Row: HAROLD ISIIEE ....... .. .StI'ingGr, BOBBY PIUGH JENNINGS . ...Dossville, CLIFFORD LEE JOHNSON .. . . .Hatticsburg, DONNY HUE JOHNSON ...... Petal, GRADY REX'NOLDS JOHNSON . ..... Decatur, ROBERT CARROLL JOHNSON . .. .Hattiesburg CARLOS MILTON JONES .. . .Riehton, DAUPHINE JONES . . . .. . . . Carson, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss , Ark Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss 5 Fifth Row: MAE fJ1'AL JORDAN . ROBERT L. JORDAN ...... EDWARD JOHN IQAUCHICK CONNIE IQAYSER ... ClHARLES L. KE1.I,X' .. JAMES BURNON KELLY . JEAN IQENNEDY ..... . BILLY RAY KEYs .. Sixth Row: IDA LOUISE KING .. E. MARX' KINC ....... HERBERT BUDDY KLEIN .. BENJAMIN HARDY LAFON . M. H. LAIRD .. BETTY LANDRUM .... M.'XRX' NELI, LATHAIII .. ESTHIQR LEE ....... Seventh Row: BILLIE RUTll LYILNVIS ...... HENRIPQTTIX RACHEL LEwIs LOIS BRUNIELI. LENIVIS ALICE LILES ........... AUSTIN MONROE LINDSEY . .ARCHIE RAY LITTLE .. JAMES HOVN'.XRD LITTLE . Li,-XI.OGlARO J. LOIxIB.xRDO .. Eighth Row: ANN LONCCOY .... LlIfI,'XLMIS M. LOPER .. WILLIAM TF1XN' LOXVRX' .. IQERRY NEIL LYON . . .. JACK XVERNON MADISON . J.-XMES H. M.'XDISON BENNIE JOE MACEE .. JOY BLXGEI5 . ..... . t'Ill+lN'I'I'IIi liIAI,tN'li l'rI--.iulellt nt' l"'l'.X . . Aulmurii, Nliss. . . . .Laiirf-l, Bliss. .. .LlIllOI'ltOWI1, Pa. . . .Rim'htOII, . . . .Sf-II1iIIaI'y, Wvalnut Grove, .....JIltiliSOIl, . . .COlliIIs, ..BI-IItOII, ......PI-tal, . .Long Br-aeh, . .Cla-lwuI'rIe, . .Ci2ll'SOI1, ... . . .lJYCtt, . .SllI1Z1tO1'll1IIl, ......BilOxi, .. .FOrest, . . .Mt.'LiOIIll5, . . . .Petal, . . .Mt'ciOIl1lJ, . .Glllli1JOI'l, . .Pinolu, .. .PiIIOla, . . .BrOOlilyII, .. .BilONi, ...LauI'el, . . .lXfII'I'idiIIII, ...LllU1't'l, ....BilONi, . . . .lNIc'NaiI', ..IlattiI-shuiu, . . . .l'I'eIItiss, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Nfiss. Miss. Miss. Texas Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Bliss, Miss. Miss. Miss. N. Y. Miss. hliss. lwliss. Bliss. Bliss. lvliss. Bliss. Miss. Mmree, NY. Y. Manaseo Mannino fllarks Mason Massey May Measells, B. DI1'Cl'illllIl0ll M1-Daniel M e E wen McIntyre McMinn McQueen Mc-Raney Middleton Moffett, J. B. Moffett, N. Moore Mothershead Myers, H. WV. , 1 W , ,. 4 '76 iv. u .- Hizf. Myrick A .' ' 1 , Nance Nasser Newton, D. Newton, N. M. Nobles Normand Paxton Peugler Petit Pittman, B. 0. th j ior lass FQ vu. 3' V .. ' f'.i 7. f.-Q. 4,54 ., ,V . ., 5 z -.. V.. 15 P' S LY. if i Wi", ' I 41 'Q Q4 Martin. C. Martin, E. G. Martin, M. Martin, M. J. Measells, B. R Meloan MeCardle Mm-Carty llelienzie 'Mr-Lellnnd ML-Leod Mc-Millan Mjley Miller Milling Mifehell Munn Murphy Murray Myers, ll. E. Neill Nelson, L. ll. Nelson, XY. ll. Newsom Sowell Odom 0'Ncnl Owens Piltnmn, M. Polk Price, J. D. Price, J. G. -an TOMM IE RIGDON President uf Elenu-Iltarg Cuuncil First Row: WILLIAM VERNON MAGEE MILDRED ARLONE MANASCO LEONA JENNIE MANNINO .. ROBERT ALFRED MIXRKS . CAROLYN MARTIN ..... EVA GER.ALDINE MARTIN .. MARIE MARTIN ........ MARY Jo MARTIN .. Second Row: LUTHER M. MASON .. PEGGY JOYCE MASSEY . . JAME VIVIAN M.AY .. BINNIE MEASELLS .. BOB R. MEASELLS . JO ANN MELOAN .. H. E. MCCARDLE .. . MELTON L. MCCARTY . . Third Row: GEORGE W. MCCRIMMON . . RALPH CONRAD MCDANIEL CAROLYN LUCILE MCEWEN . . BEVERLY ANN MCINTYRE . . NATHAN JEWEL MCKENZIE . CHARLES C. MCLELLIXND .. WILL B. MCLEOD ........ RAFORD CEMENT MCMII,LAN Fourth Row: HAROLD MCMINN ......... MARJORIE MARIE MCQUEEN WILL HAYES MCRANEY JIM NEAL MIDDLETON .. EDDIE RAY MILEY JANE GRIFFIN MILLER .. C. L. MILLING JOHN LOUIS MITCHELL . . . . .HattiCsburg, Miss. . . ..... Lcaksville, Miss . . .Edgewater Park, Miss .........D'LO, Miss . . .WViggins, Miss . . . . .Sl1IHHlit, Miss . . .HHttiCSDl1l'g, Miss . . .Mosc-llc, Miss . . . . .KcnOshz1, Wis . . .Bay Springs, Miss . . .JrIcksOn, Miss . . .MO1'tOH, Miss . . .MOrtOn, Miss . . . .JacksOn, Miss . . .Hz1zlehurst, Miss . .SIIn1IncI'land, Miss . . . . .iNIcNcill, Miss . . .H8ttiCSDl1l'Q, Miss . . .SUIHIllit, Miss . . . .YOungsYillC, Pa . . .Sandy Hook, Miss . . .HattiCsburg, Miss . . .Lcaksvillcg Miss . . Biloxi, Miss. . . . . .L:Iurcl, Miss .. .. .GrCc'nvillff, Bliss . . . . . .COllins, Miss . . .Yazoo City, Miss . . .Mcndenha1l, Miss . . . . .Terry, Miss . . .Rulcville, Miss . . .GulfpOrt, Miss Fifth Row: JA M ES BRYANT MOFFETT NITA MOFFETT . . . . . .. ALVYN WEBSTER MOORE 4' 'nvv g T'- WILLI.-XR! GERALD MOTHERSFIEAD . . . PATSY RUTH MUNN . . .. SHIRLEY MURPHX' BILLIE ROSE MURRAX' . HARRY EUGENE MYERS .. Sixth Row: HULON WALKER MX'ERS BILL HENRY MYRICK .. ANN NANCE ...... MIGUEL E. NIXSSER .. MARY E. NEAL ......... LORIE ROBINSON NEIISON WINTON H. NELSON M.ARI1.X'N JEAN NEWSORI Seventh Row: DOT NEVVTON ........ NETTX' MERLE NEWTON . BOBBY JONES NOBLES .. RICHARD LEE N,ORMAND . MARY JANIS NOWELL . VICTOR HUGO ODOM . . FLOYE OYNEAI. . . . . BIDWELL A. OVVENS . . Eighth Row: PEGGY JOY PAXTON ..... M.fXRX' ESTELLE PEAGLER PAUL PETIT ..... . BIFFLE O. PITMAN ..... JOHNNY M.-ACK PITTMAN IK.-XTHRYN ANN POLK .. JAMES DOUGLAS PRICE . JOHNNIE GAIL PRICE . . xvAL'l'l'iK GURICVKI l,l't'hill0lli uf liilppil l'i .. .StOnCwall, Miss. . . .Stone-wall, Miss ..Pc'lnhzItchic, Miss . . .Hattin-sburg, Miss ..Mc-ndcnhall, Miss . . . . .GulfpOrt, Miss .. .Suxinnc-rland, Miss . . . .Maddcn, Miss . . .Hattic'sburg, Miss . . . . .J:1cksOn, Miss . . .Philadc'1phia, Miss . .TCgucic:1lpa, Miss. . .Dar1OnC, Miss .. . .Ellisvillc, Miss . . .HattiFsburg, Miss . . .GlliflDOlnt, Miss ..Mf-ridiun, Miss . . . .DcSOtO, Miss . . .Hattie-sburg, Miss . . .GulfpOrt, Miss . . . .MCCOI1lD, Miss ..HatticsbuI'g, Miss ..PCrkinstOn, Miss .. . . .MIZC, Miss . . .BI'OOiihflX'C'Il, Miss . . . .Lud1Ow, Miss . . .LOYIIIQIIL hliss .. .Mt. Olivo, Miss . . .H1ltfiCSiDlll'4Q, Miss . . . . . . Prcntiss, Miss . . .YN'ashingtOn, D. C . . . . .JacksOn, Miss 52' ,ff ,,k -. th 'u 'or lass Priee Quin Rzuldin Rah aim Redding Reelly Reynolds Riee Roberson Roberts Robertson, J. B. Robertson, G. E. Rushing, H. L. Rushing, M. Rushing, NV. R. Russell Shows, C. Shows, S. LF. Shumaker Simmons, R. N. Small Smith, C. C. Smith, G. L. Smith, H. Sowell Sm-airs Speed Sm-in-e Stevenson Sten nrt, C. A. Stewart, C. L. Sh-nnett Raw kin Rawson Read Readman Rich Riley Rivers Robinson Robinson Roland Roseberry Ross Sanders Seale Selah Sexton Simmons, R Simmons, S. Sinopoli NI3 field Smith, J. H. Smith, J. R. Smith, K. li Smith, YV. 'l Spencer Sprnyberry Steele Stein Storie St rielclaml Stringer St rong , LLM NANCY ,jAq'Ks0N ALVIN f'l'NlIiI'1S'l' 1'I'1-:sith-lit of Modern liilllgillllgl' Club 1'rvsi1ll'lll of l'r1'-Lvgill l"0l'llll1 First ROW: Fifth ROW? HAROLD LLOYD PRICE . ..Pricc-dale, Miss CHARLES SHOVVS ..... .. .Suuloi-d, Miss. IIILERY BOOTH QUIN .. .... Columbia, Miss SARAH FRANKIE Suows .. .... Ovctt, Miss. ROY DAVID RADDIN ...... .Hatticsburg, Miss JANE SHUMAKER .. ...Mt-ridinn, Miss. CHARLEY PETER RAHAIM . ..... Laurel, Miss ROGER N. SIMMONS .. .. .MI.-ridifin, Miss. ROSSIE RAYVKIN . Sandy Hook, Miss RUBY HELEN SIMMONs .. .... Lucic-dale, Miss. E. G. RAWSON .. ..... Laurel, Miss SHELLEY A. SIMMONS .. ..Hattit-shurg, Miss. CHARLES R. READ ..... .Bay Springs, Miss HIMBER'F JOHN SINIIOLI .. . ..... Gulfport, Miss. PATRICIA ANN READRIAN . .... Gulfport, Miss. CYRIL SHANNON SLYFII-:I.Ii . ...Moss Point, Miss. Second Row: Sixlll ROW? CHARLINE ESTIIER llI.lJDlNli . . .BilOxi, Miss. BEVERLY LUCILLIQ SM.'Xl.l . . . ..... Santag, Miss BILL L. REEDY .. ....... .... T upelo, Miss CHARLES CAMPBELL SMITII . .HIItticsbIIrg, Miss. NELL REYNOLDS . . .Harpcrvillc-, Miss GEORGE LYNDEL SMITII . . ..... Decatur, Miss EDNA RICE ...... ..Gu1fpOrt, Miss HUBERT SMITH ...... Calhoun City, Miss WILLIAM M. RICI-I ..... .... J ackson, Miss ,JAMES H. SMITII .. ..Hatticsburg, Miss ROBERT VERNON RILEY . .Nc-whebron, Miss JANIE R. SMITH .... ..Hattit-shurg, Miss BETTY RIVERS ....... ..... U uion, Miss KATIE RUTH SMITH .. ..... Lucien, Miss -JACK EARL ROBINSON .. .Taylorsvillc, Miss WILLIAM TRUITT SMITII .. . .fIllIllCSbL1l'g, Miss Third Row: Seventh Row: NIERLA ALLISON RODERSON .... Wiggins, Miss MARION JOYCE SOWEII. . ,, ,K0gpiu5kO, M55 H. D. ROBERTS .......... .Hatticsburg, Miss NORA ELIZABETH Sl'l'Z.AllCN . ...Yazoo City, Miss JOHN BUCK ROBERTSON .. ..LcxingtOn, Miss MARY FRANCES SPE!-ID .. ...West Point, Miss GEORGE EARL ROBEIQTSON . . . . .Rulcville, Miss ,JACK LARRY SI'l'.INl li ...... ...... P urvis, Miss J. E. ROBINSON ......... .Hz1tticsburg, Miss MRS. SARAH NEIL SI'ENf:IaR Bogus Chitto, Miss .JAMES SESSIONS ROLAND . ...Ja-ckson, Miss. BOEI-IIE GRACE SIJRAYRIQRRY ..... McCool, Miss .JEFFERSON D. ROSEIKERRX' . . .Laurcl, Miss FLOYD B. STEELE .... .,,,,, F ultonq Miss BONNIE LOUISE Ross .. Fourth Row: HELEN LYNN IRUSHING .. MANINE RUSHIYQQJ ....... WILLIAM ROBERT RLISIIING R. PETE RUSSELL ......... .. CLEDITII ARMSTRONG SANDERS . INA ,JEAN SIQALE ... ...... . .. XNILLIAIVI BRYAN SELAII . LLOYD YOUNG SLXION .. . . .D'LO, ... Magnolia, . .FOrkvillC, . . .Glostcr, . . .JaCksOn, . . .AbcI'dcen, . . . .ROxie, . . . . . .JacksOn, . Wayncsboro, Miss Miss Nliss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss. CHARLES XNILLIAM STI' Is. Eighth Row: LOIS XZIOLA STEVENSON .. C. A. STEWART ......... CHARIJES LINDY STEWART . MARY GEORGENA STliNNl1.'l'T DOT GORDIN STORIE ...... EDWIN DEXVITT STRICRI AND CATHERINE STRINGER .... . 'JACK CLIFFORD STRONG . . .Long BCaCh, . .Moss Point, . .PicayunC, Miss lwliss Bliss .. .Lrikf-land, Flu .. . . .MOsf'1lC, Uvcuii Springs, .. .... ...LauI'el, . .filllfJJOl't, .. .Biloxi, Miss Bliss Nfiss Miss Bliss Stuart Sudduth Sullivan, E. B. Sullivan, R. Tate Tatu m Temple Thzunc-fs Tindall Tittle Traxler Tully lVade lValker 1Vall 'Walley VVelch YVQ-lsch YVllite H'hitfing'ton VV xlliamson, T. L. XVilson 1Vimlham, B. W'indham, B. J. 'ooc'lward, E. G. Xvll0ll!Vill'lIy G. IC. York Young, M. IC. th 'unlior lass -vu. ep- s., B- .fn fs.. if 19" K. is uv ,.-1 1 fd 'Nw C' TSI' yu.: K , . Q , us- ..-,, ' XF :Z ,,x, Sullivan, V. T. Sutherlin Swilley Tanksley Thomas, N. Thomas, T. Thomas, SV. Thompson Turnage Tynes Vince Vinson Word XVare !Veeks XVee.ms N'illimns, BI. G. lYilliams, R. J. Willialns, WV. H WVilliamson, NVou1ack 1Yo0d, J. H. wood, H. T. W'oods Young, M. P. A.J Young, XV. M. Zuchow , 5 5 ff, 1 ,ng First Row: WILLIAM STUART . JOHN SUDDUTH . . . . . . .. EDWARD BAKER SULLIVAN .. REBEKAH SULLIVAN ..... VIRGIL T. SULLIVAN .. EDGAR W. SUTHERLIN .. JAMES ELLIOTT SWILLEY . . C. WINSTON TANKSLEY .. Second Row: WARREN NEWTON TATE . . REBECCA ANNE TATUM .. ERNEST A. TEMPLE .. LAMAN THAMES .. NELL THOMAS . . TOMMY THOMAS .. WILLANA THOMAS . . . . . . . . . JUANITA CAROLYN THOMPSON .. Third Row: AIMEE TINDALL .. BOBBY TITTLE . . . . . .. ERNEST HAMES TRAXLER .. ROSEMARY HIh'IES TULLY .. JAMES E. TURNAGE .. VERENIA TYNES .... ROBERT EARL VINCE . . SARAH ELIZABETH VINSON Fourth Row: BILLY JOE WADE ..... FLORENCE EVELYN WALKER MARGIE DEAN WALL .. 4.-.mmf BH"I'TY COSTON l'rk'SiIlvll-t uf N'.A.A. . .Hattiesburg, Miss. . . . . .TupelO, Miss. . .Hattiesburg, Miss. .. .WinOna, Miss. .. . . . .Mize, Miss . . .Heidelberg, Miss . .POplarville, Miss . .JacksOn, Miss . .Carthage, Miss . .Hattiesburg, Miss .. .Electric Mills, Miss . . . Monticello, Miss . . . . .UniOn, Miss . .JacksOn, Miss .. . Madden, Miss . . .Lyman, Miss . . .SOsO, Miss . . .Laurel, Miss . .POlkville, Miss ..GulfpOrt, Miss . . .NcwhebrOn, Miss . . . Poplarville, Miss. . . .Sandy Hook, Miss. . . . . .WaynesbOrO, Miss. . . .FOxwOrth, Miss. . . .GulfpOrt, Miss. . .Osyka, Miss. CHARLES NELSON WALLEY . C. PATSY WARD ........ JACK MARTIN WARE . ROBERT VVEEKS ......... MRS. INEZ MILNER YVEEMS . Fifth Row: RICHARD HART WELCH . HELEN WELSCH ...... ARGIE LERLINE WHITE ..., WENDELL JAMES NVHITTINGTON .. MARILYN GRACE WILLIAMS . ROBERT JOSEPH WILLIAMS .. WALLACE H. WILLIAMS .. ANDREW J. WILLIAMSON . Sixth Row: TROY LEE WII.,I.l.-XMSON . FRED CIKNIP WILSON . BETTY WINDHAM ...... BOBBIE JEAN WINDHIXM .. VYROM JOHN WOMACK .. JOHN H. WOOD .... HUTCHEN TYE WOOD ..... RODERICK DOUGLAS WOODS Seventh Row: ERNEST GLENN WOODWARD GUY ERNEST VVOODNVARD .. JOHN WILLIAM YORK . MARCIA ELLEN YOUNG .. MASON PARHAM YOUNG .. WILLIAM MAC YOUNG .. MARY CELESTE ZACHOW .. JOHN GRANT Pri-e-isle-Ill of Kappa full lcllhilllll . . .RichtOn, . . . .Edinburg . . .H2lttil'SlJUI'g', Miss. Miss. Miss. .. .winfii-Id, AIA. ..Lena, Miss. . . .TOOII1suha, .. .Hattiesburg, . . . . . Pelacatchie, . .GlOsteI', . .. ., .JacksOn, . .Hattic-sburg, . . . .BOeI'ne, . .Pliiladc-lphizi, . . .HilttlL'Sl3Ul'M, .. . . .Tupclo, . . .Bay Springs, . .TaylO1'svillc, . . . . .Magecg . . .Hz1ttiesburg, . . .HzIttiesbu1'g, .. .. .Hattiesburg, .. .. .HAlttlfJSbU1'Q, .. .Long Bcacli, . . .HIlltlK'SlJl1l'g, .. .CantOn, . .Ellisx'ille, . .Ellisville, . . Lyman, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Texas Miss. Miss. 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S' .ff ff .sfjfi :Www F5556-ff' 5, N4 fy - .X-,Ng fgffq'4wH.vgk.,.XQ M, fx 4 f ,Q 4- 41 eww P4 - 5 14 Wmfw .xx-gfwfwf, .mg xyfw f I w,sQ-af.w,MXiw1w- 'Mm-xv' f Mgf? :fz .Wg 'J' 'dit sim-fvQff 'vm iff! if- wxjw' QWJW ,,, If QQQWQ W I K- . 53 . W -, ibm- gm" 2 4, X? I ,fqs xx 'fs X ' an -1.,f X My pw iw -5 - .W v My y 1255 zfgyfb iff fx I 5' 5 w SZ ,fn.Y4fiQ, BODIES BY FISHER ul 1 QQ fy ' X 0 lin A I X X -lg I "'1IQN3? S2 if! E' Lg "" BUON .kg ,,.n. OPARTE'S RETREAT x th sophomor class First Rowg CLARA JEAN ABEL . WALTER M. .ADAMS ...... CLARENCE EDYVARD AKLRS . . JEAN AYCOCK .. ......... JOE H. BARRON .. RICH.-XRD BASS ..... JAMES ALBERT BELL .. TOM E. BENEEIELD . Second Row: ..Hattiesburg, Miss. .. . . .MacOn, Miss. .. . . .Laurc-1, Miss. . . . .Hi11sbOrO, Miss. . .Hattiesburg, Miss. .. .BrOOklyn, N. Y. . . .Magee-, Miss. . . .GulfpOrt, Miss. MANON E. CHILDERS .. WILLIAM L. CLARK . BETTYE CLINKSCALES ELIZABETH ANN CLINTON . TOMMY LEE COMER .... Sixth Row: JEANETTE COOK ..... RHETTA LOUISE COOK .. MARTHA CLAIRE COOLEY . . . .Bay Springs, Miss. . . .. . . .Petal, Miss. .. .Delta City, Miss. ......Peta1, Miss. .. .BilOxi, Miss. .. .HillhOuse, Miss. . . .Hattiesburg, Miss. . . .Meridian, Miss. EDWARD BRANNAN CORLEY .. ..... Hattiesburg, Miss. Crystal Springs, Miss. . . . .LumbertOn, Miss. ..Hattiesburg, Miss. . . .McCOnIb, Miss. .. .COlumbia, Miss. . . . . .De Kalb, Miss. ..Ca1hOun City, Miss . . .COlurnbia, Miss . . Seminary, Miss . . . . .DeKalb, Miss . .I-Iattiesburg, Miss . . . Pachuta, Miss . . .Hattiesburg, Miss . . .Hattiesburg, Miss . . . . . .Purvis, Miss . . .LOuisvi1le, Miss . . .Chickasaw, Ala GRACE C. BENNETT .... . . .Hattie-sburg, Miss. FAYE COURTNEY """ ' ' ' FRANCES LOUISE BERRY . ...TylertOwn, Miss. MALCOLM COURTNEY " STANLEY XAVIER BESSEY .. .... Biloxi, Miss. CHARLIE DABBS MILDRED JANE BLACK .. ..... Purvis, Miss. ROBERT DARVILLE " .JOSEPH F. BOARDMAN .. ..HandsbOrO, Miss. ROBERTA BRACY ........ . . .Blythe-ville, Ark. SCVCIlth ROW! EDNVIN DOYLE BRANTLEY .... Madden, Miss. JAMES CARL DALE .. JANET BREAZEALE ...... ..Hattiesburg, Miss. CHARLES A. DAWS - ANITA JANE DAVIS ...... Third Row, FRANCES ELAINE DAVIS .. BENNY BRELAND ....... . . .Luceda1e, Miss. ' ' ' SHERRY LYNN BROOKS .. ...... Magee, Miss. HENRY DEWITT' " ANNA BROOME .......... ..Bay Springs, Miss. WILMER DILLARD' " MARY D.NRLENE BROWN . . . . .Quitman, Miss. ' ' ELAINE BRUMEIELD .... .. .Co1uInbia, Miss. l XVARD BOURDEAUX ..... . . .Meridian, Miss. Eighth Row: M.-XRY STELLA BOYKIN .. .... Burns, Miss. JAMES MICHAEL DOHERTY " JAMES L. BUCK ...... ...GulfpOrt, Miss. MARTHA LOTT DORMAN " FRANKIE DYAR ............... Fourth Row: LAURENCE FIELDING EDWARDS .. REITA JEAN ELLIS ............ NORMAN JULIUS BULLOCK ...Ty1ertown, Miss. REBECCA ELLISON H TARVER BUTLER ......... ...Hattiesburg, Miss. EUGENE ELMORE U .JAMIS KATHRYN CALHOUN ...... Forest, Miss. JOHN EPPERSON . ELMER .ARTHUR CANFIELD ..... Purvis, Miss. CRISLER CANTERBURY . . . ...... Magee, Miss. , VVILLIAM CARI-ENTER .. .... Hattiesburg, Miss. Ninth Row: CHARLES E. C.-KRTER . . ...Bay St. Louis, Miss. .........Niles, Ohio LUCILLE ANN CIXRUSO .. Fifth Row: TRELLES CASE . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .MagnOlia, Miss. JOSEPHINE LOUISE CH.-XFFIN .. ...DO1OrOso, Miss. XVARREN H. CIIARLILSTON .... . .POrt1and, Ore. S0l'HOM0ltl'J CLASS OFFICIQIIS Lott, lu Right: Margaret, Wright, Vic-0 President: Dorthy Ann Stunrl, Secretary: Peggy Jnvlcson, Tri-asuri-r. Stand- ing: Robert, Morgan, Presiilentg Richard Jones, Student Council Representative. JACK HERBERT ERVIN .. 'JAMES ROBERT EVANS .. THOMAS GEORGE EVANS .. BARBARA .ANNE EVERITT .. BUDDY FARRAR ....... J. C. FEAZELL .. JERRY FELKINS .... OPHELIA FERGUSON . . MR. WYILBYR L. CARR Sophomore Class Sponsor Q .5 45 Ai 1' Q.. . . .LexingtOn, Miss ...State Line, Miss . .Hazlehurst, Miss . . . .Dundee, Ill . . .HOustOn, Miss . . .Petal, Miss ...........Lake, Miss Crystal Springs, Miss . . . . . .Meridian, Miss . . .Birmingham, Ala . . .Philade-lphia, Miss Abel Adams Akers Aycovk Bennett Berry Bessey Black Brelaml Brooks Broome Brown Bullock Butler Calhoun Canfield Case Chnffin Charleston Childers Cook, J. Cook, R. L. Cooley Corley Dale Daws Davis, A. J. Davis, F. E. Doherty Dorman Dyar Fielding Ervin Evans, R. J. Evans, T. G. Everitt , Q' U, , , 1 MI 5257 'WZ' A r .. nf' . x .. W Q . ir Q, ' R my X Ji' W' i -W, , A XX l xx Q ' ' I' ' if 4-3 1 w . ..- 5 Y' W f gx ...,, so X , A 2.1. Q: V, H Burton Buss Boll li:-m-tielal Board ma n lirnvy Bra nt Ivy lirm-an-ale Brnmfield liuurcls-au K Iloyk ill Burk Canterbury Carpenter Carter Caruso Clark Clinkseales Clinton Comer Courtney, F. Courtney, M Dabbs Darville Davis, 0. L. Davis, P. J. D6W'itt Dillard Ellis Ellison Elmore Emmerson Farrar Foam-Il Fel kins F4-rg uso n o sophomore class First Row: CELESTE FORTENIIERRY .. IQATHRYN FORTENEERRY .. WARREN FORTENRERRY .. ERIC LEROY GEIGER .. ESTELLE GIFFOIID .. M.fXRTH.fX GREEN ..... MERI.P1 EDWIN GREEN .. IRA DEAN GRIFFIN .. . Second Row: JERRY RAY GRISSETT .. .ANNIE M.'XE GUTHRIE . CARLEY HAMBLEY .. JACKIE HAMBURG .. JAMES LIAMILTON .. JAMES H.-ARRIS .... . -JEROME H.ARRlSON .. ROBERT T. HARPEII .. Third Row: ANN HASSEI.L ...... MARTHA REED HAYS .. GENE HELM ....... NANCY HENDERSON .. JANE HENDRICK ..... DAN WILSON HENRY ..... GLORIA .JEAN HENSAR1.lNG .. AZUEENA HERNIXNDES ..... Fourth Row: ClELYOUS HERRING ... . . . .. NORMA DAREESE HERRINGTON WILLIAM HARRY HODGES . . . . . 'LHELMA FAYE IJIOLDEM.-KN .. MYRTIS JEWEL HOI.IFIELD .. BARBARA ANN HOWVARD .. WALTER HARVEY HOWARD . WILLIAM EDVVARD HOWARD . Fifth Row: JAMES MARK HOUSTON .. ADDEMAE HOWI-1LL .... EUGENIA HOXVbZLL . JUNE ROSE HONVELL .. H'INl"RlCD CALHOUN Presialeiil of Christian l'l01ll'l'1l4i0ll Silver Creek, . . . . . . .Hub, .Hattiesburg, .Hattiesburg, .Long Beach, Philadelphia, ......MObile, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Ala. .East St. Louis, Ill. . Hattiesburg, .Yazoo City, .Hattiesburg, . .Enterprise, . . . Vicksburg, .Hattiesburg, . . .Chickasaw, . Hattiesburg, . Hattiesburg, .. .Gulfport, . . .BilOxi, . .PrestOn, . . . .Purvis, . . Newton, ...............Petal, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Ala. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. .. .HOnduras, Central America . . . . .BrOOkhaven, . . .... Hattiesburg, . . .Ocean Springs, . . . .Gulfport, . .Laurel, . . . . . .Purvis, . . . .Hatticsburg, . . Pascagoula, . . .Purvis, . . .Amory, . .LuCedale, . . .VOssburg, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. WINNIE FAYE HONVELL .... .... L ucedale, Miss. MARLENE JOYCE HUBIB.-XRD .. Hattiesburg, Miss. BARBARA .ANN HUFF ..... .... C Ollins, Miss. PHYLLIS IVY ......, . . .JacksOn, Miss. Sixth Row: ALMA SUE JACKSON . . .Gulfport, Miss. JANE SELEMA JACKSON .... .,.Daphne, Ala. PEGGY MARGARET JACKSON . .... Gulfport, Miss. JOANNE ELIZABETH JOHNSTON Hattiesburg, Miss. EMMA LOU JONES .......... ...Hattiesburg, Miss. HAROLD LATHUM JONES .... Hattiesburg, Miss. JACQUELINE LEGRAND JONES . ...... Petal, Miss. JAMES BURTON JONES ..... ...Biloxi, Miss. Seventh Row: JULIAN HENRY JONES .. ...Meridian, Miss. RICHARD HENRY JONES . ...Gulfport, Miss. THOMAS GLEN JONES .. . . .McComb, Miss. MARCUS JORDAN .......... . .Ellisville, Miss. WILLIAM BARNEY KENNEDY .. ...Magee, Miss. MARG.ARET SHIRLEY KEYES .. .... Laurel, Miss. GEORGE KIRKLAND ....... . . .Quitman, Miss. NI-:LL KNIGHT . . . . . .BrandOn, Miss. Eighth Row: ANDICE VALARIE LADNER .... ..BeaumOnt, Miss. FREDERICK HAROLD LANDER . ..... Kreole, Miss. .JANET LANDRUM .......... .Hattiesburg, Miss. NVANGA ELIZABETH LASABE .. .Moss Point, Miss. FAY LEA ................ . . .MagnOlia, Miss. MARX' JOAN LEE .. .Leads-sville, Miss. PEGGY JEWELL LEE ........ .Hattiesburg, Miss. .ALTON RAYMOND LEFEBRE .. ...Mississippi City, Miss. Ninth Row: GEORGE DOUGLAS LEGG .. ..... Petal, Miss CORINNA LEWIS ....... . . .FOxwOrth, Miss CAROLYN LINDSEY .... Jackson, Miss. HOWARD THOMAS LIPS . .I-Iattiesburg, Miss FRANCES FAY LIRELY .. ...Jackson, Miss PHILIP S. LOMBARDO .. ...BrOOklyn, Y ROBERT A. LOTT .... ....... S uxnrall, Miss. ANN LOWERY . . . . . .Olive Branch, Miss. LULA DELL FRANCIIER Presidt-ntl of BSU -S., E it -I Al 4 I. , V I l Fortenberry, C. s . Q Fortenberry. lt- N I. Fortenberry, XY. N Geiger Grissett Guthrie llambley Hmnhnrg K l w Hassell Hnys Helm Henderson Herring Herrington Hodges Holdem an Houston Howell, A. Howell, E. Howell, J. R. Jnclcson, A. S. Jackson, J. S. Jackson, P. M. Johnston Jones, J. H. Jones, R. M. Jones, T. G. Jordan Ladner Lander Landrum LaSabe Legg Lewis Lindsey Lips fllll'0l'll Green, M. Ura-rn, Nl. IC. lirillin llnmillnn llurris llurrisorl llnrlwr llemlrielc Henry llc-nsarling ll:-rnamles llolifivld lloward, B. A. lloward, XV. ll llownrd, XV. E Howell, XY. F. ll uhlmrd llull' Ivy Jones, E. L. Jonen, H. L. Jones, J. LeG. Jones, J. B. Kennedy Keyes Kirkland Knight Lea Lee, HI. J. Lee, P. J. l.e Febre Lirely Lombardo Loft l.4nYl'l'y, A. th sophomore lass First Row: BETSY LOXVERY ......... CII.ARLES ALLEN LYLES .. DENNIS ELTON MIXGEE .. JOHN FRANCIS MIXNGIN .. BILLY W. MIXNGUM ,....... . CHRISTINE ORZELL MANGUM .. . J. W. MIXNGULI ............ KXNDY M.XX'FIEI.D .. Second Row: ERNEST MCBRIDE ....... GLADYS MARIE MCBRIDE .. SUE MCCOOL ............. BETTIE LUCILLE MCDUFFIE .. WAYNE MCGRIXW ........ ROBERT E. MCKELLER .. GEORGE BEN MCKENZIE .. JAMES FRANK MCKENZIE .. Third Row: W. V. MCLEMORE .... DOROTHY P. MCLEOD ....... DOROTHY ELAINE MCMANUS . JOE MCNAIR ............. JOYCE MCNP.IR . . . CHARLES MCNEILL ....... ANTHONY ALLEN MILLER .. ARVIN MILLER .,........ Fourth Row: MRS. C. L. MILLING .. . JAMES MILLS ....... IDA MARIE MILNER . . CAROL JOY MOELEY . .. EVELYN MONTGOBIERY .. BETTY JO MOONEY ..... ROBERT IRA MORGAN . . . MARGARET MOSELY Fifth Row: RALPH L. MOTLEY ..... JOHN THOMAS MUNRO .. BILLIE VV. MUREE ..... LAURA SUE MYERS .. FRED XVILSON A Prcsidi-nt of Canterbury Club 4 " . Y 1 Z' ' g 1 .' wg 2 ' 4 i 'S' tx if Q .. TT' 56 - .. . ff i . 1 fe. ,. ? 5 1 .Olive Branch, . . . .SeIninary, . . .TylertOwn, . . . . .Biloxi, ...Mize, Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss . . .Mize-, Miss ..Hattiesburg, Miss ..Hattiesburg, Miss . .Hattiesburg, Miss . .Hattiesburg, Miss . .Hattiesburg, Miss .....Petal, Miss . . .WOOdville, Miss ..Plain Dealing, La .Sandy Hook, Miss . .Hattiesburg, Miss . . .Meridian, Miss . . . Pachuta, Miss . . . .Gulfport, Miss . . . .Magee, Miss. . . . . Magee, Miss . . .Quitrnan, Miss . . . . .Natchez, Miss . .Hattiesburg, Miss . .Hattiesburg, . . . .Richton, . . .Gulfport, . .COlumbia, . . . . .Laurel, . . . . .SanfOrd, . .Hattiesburg, . .Hattie-sburg, . . Hattiesburg, . . .. .. .Bi1oxi, Calhoun City, ......Magee, Q. S Qi Zi Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. PATRICIA MYERS .... ...... F ayette, Miss VELMA JEAN MYERS .. .. .Brookhaven, Miss. JOE BOB MURRAY ...... .... H attiesburg, Miss LILLIAN HELEN NASIE .. .... Vicksburg, Miss Sixth Row: MARTHA ANN NETTERVILLE . . ...McComb, Miss PAULINE NOBEL ............ .... V icksburg, Miss WILLIAM EDWARD NORTHERN . ...LOngbeach, Miss BOBBY GENE O,BARR ........ .... H ouston, Miss. MARGARET ELIZABETH O'CoNNELL .. ........ Ovett, Miss GEORGE WESLEY QDEN .......... ...Hattiesburg, Miss JACK WAYNE O1NEAL .... Jackson, Miss MARJORIE ANN O'NEAL . . . . .JacksOn, Miss Seventh Row: BOYNE OXFORD ..... .. .JacksOn, Miss MARY LOU PARKER ....... . . .Purvis, Miss WILLIAM EDWARD PARKER . . .... Biloxi, Miss OSCAR JAMES PEARCE .... ...... B iloxi, Miss JOHNNIE RUTH PERITT . . . . .Carmichael, Miss PEGGY PEEVEY ....... . . .Richton, Miss BESSIE MAE PHILLIPS ....... . . .Vassburg, Miss HELEN ELIZABETH PHILLIPS . . . . . .Richton, Miss Eighth Row: LUCY JANE PITTMAN ....... Mize, Miss MARILYN MAE PITTMAN . . . .. .Hattiesburg, Miss JAMES EDWARD PITTS .. .... Ellisville, Miss FLOY MAE FOLK ........ . . .Picayune, Miss GEORGE ALLEN POLLITZ . . ....... Biloxi, Miss BOBBY POSEY .......... -Philadelphia, Miss. LEON PRINGLE . . . . . .Hattiesburg, Miss RANSOM RAINEY .. . . .Hattiesburg, Miss Ninth Row: WILLIE JOYCE READY . . .... Columbia, Miss JOANNE RED .......... Hattiesbturg, Miss. VERA GAROLYNE RILEY ..... New Hebron, Miss. LYTLE CROCKETT ROBERTS . . . . .Hattiesburg, Miss. MYRTLE ANN ROBISON ..... . . .McComb, Miss. PEGGY ROGERS ....... .. .Baton Rouge, La. LARRY M. ROUSE . . . .. .Gu1fport, Miss. CAROL RUFFIN . . . . . .Ellisvi11e, Miss. 1. PETE KROHN President of the Ncwnmn Club 2'-ng 'UW Lowery, B. Ly les Mngeo Mun gi n McBride, E. McBride, G. M. 1lI1'Coul MeDut'fie MOLemo re McLeod Mc-Manus McNair, Joe Milling 1lIlllS Milner Mobley lllotley Munro Murff Myers, L. S. Netterv ille Nobel Northern 0'Barr Oxford Parker, M. L. Parker, W. E. Pearce Pittman, L. J. Piltman, M. M. Pitts Polk Ready Red Riley Roberts Nlillllllllll, B. XY. Nlillljflllll, 17.0. Nlilllglllll, J. H . Map lin-lil M4-Gran' Mvliellvr Mvliellzie, fi. B. M1-K4-llzie, J. I". M4-Nair, Joyce M4'Neill Miller, Anthony Miller, Arvin Montgomery Dlooney Morgan Mosely My ers, P. Myers, V. J. Murray Nasif 0'Connel.l Oden 0'Neal, J. IV. 0'Neal, M. A. Peritt Peevey Phillips, B. M. Phillips, II. E. Pullitz Posey Pringle Rainey Robison Rogers RoIlSe R u f f in ..-.ii Wm th sophoinore class First Row: CAROLINE LOIS RUPPIiL .. NEETA SANDERS ........... EMORY AUSTIN SCAREOROUGH MARTHA JANE SEALE ...... . MILDRED SEVERANGE .... VICTOR QUINTIN SHIRLEY .. CLAUDE L. SHUTTLENVORTH . JIMMIE LOUISE SIMMONS . Second Row: WILLIAM DONALD SIMMONS . JEROLD STANTON SIMON .. JIMMY WILSON SIMS ...... CHARLES GENE SINGLETON . FRANKLIN SLAY ......... JOHN H. SMALLXVOOD .. GERALDINE SMITH ...... SYBIL CHRISTINE SMITH . Third Row: RALPH L. SMITH ........ WILLIAM ELYVOOD SPENCE .. EUGENIA STEVENS ...... JAMES R. STEPHENS .... JAMES CURTIS STIGLETS .. MERYL STINSON ....... GAYLE STRICKLAND . FAYE STUCKEY .... Fourth Row: DOROTHY ANN STUART ..... WALTER FRANKLIN STEXVART . . ANNA JANE SULLIVAN ....... CRANVFORD WI1.LIA M SU LLIVAN JANICE TANT ..... PAUL GERALD TAVARES .. JANE CAROLYN TEMPLE . . . . . MARTHA CAROL TEMPLETON . . Fifth Row: JEROME THARPE ........ NANCY JULIA TIIORNHILL . . GLORIA 'POLAR ........... CLIFF THOMAS ............ CHARLES THEADORE THOMAS SALLY RUSS President of Westminsfer 1'0ll0WHl'iD .52 H' --ng ,- ,N M.-XRGIARET RAMONA THREADGILL .. K.-XTHRINE VIRGINIA TIERCE . MARTHA JANE TOUCHSTONE Sixth Row: MURI'HY JOSEPH TRAHAN .. JO ANN TRIESCHMANN VVILLIAM HERBERT TULLY . . . CAMILE JOSEPH TUMINELLO X7VONNE VANDEVENDER . . . . . . CHARLES CALVERT VAUGHAN MARY NORBAN VAUGHN . . . SARA VAUGHAN ... . . . .. Seventh Row: VVYNDELL VARNER . JERRY VEAZEY . . . MERIDEL x7INCENT . JUDY LEE VINZ ......... STENNIS HOLSON WALDON . DAVID LEE VVALKER . . . . . . ERNESTINE WALKER . . .. . . . HAUGHEY DONALD WALLACE SALLY YVARREN .. . . . . . . . .. . Eighth Row: SARA LITTLEJOHN VVEAVER . JIMMY E. WEBB ......... SIDNEY XNELLER WELCH .. DOT XVELDY .......... YVILLIAIVI H. NVICKER .... LAURA LOIS XVILKERSON . . . . ANNA CATHERINE WVILLIAMS DOROTHY KATHLEEN NVILLIAMS . . DIXIE LEE WILLIAMS ..... Ninth Row: JERRY L. YVILLIAMS . . . .... . CHARLES LOYD WILLIAMSON HERD GERALD WILLIAMSON DOVENE GLORIA WINAND .. MARGARET FAYE WRIGHT .. FRANK NEWTON YAWN .. GEORGE Y'EAGER ..... MARY LYNN YEAGER .. BOIIIIY YOUNG ...... HAP NOYVELL President of YVesley Foundation . . .Big Creek, . . . . .Phillip, . .Hattiesburg, . . . . .Bi1oxi, . . ........ Petal, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. . . .Blytheville, Ark. . . .GulfpOrt, Miss. . . .McCOmb, Miss. . . . Gholson, Miss. . .EllisVille, Miss. . . . .Picayune, Miss. Bay St. Louis, Miss. . . . . .Laurel, Miss. . . .COldwater, Miss. . . . .JacksorI, Miss. . . .JacksOn, Miss. . . .Columbia, Miss. . .Alexandria, La. . . .WOOdvi1le, Miss. Miss. ..Hz1tticsburg, Miss. . .Quitman, Miss. . . . .Quitrnan, Miss. . .Mendenhz-Ill, Miss. . .Hattiesburg, Miss. . . . . .Burns, Miss. . . . .FOrest, Miss. ..McComb, Miss. . . . .McCOmb, Miss. . . . Poplarville, Miss. ..Laurel, Miss . . . . .Purvis, Nliss . . .Oakvi11e, Miss . . . . McComb, Miss . .Hattiesburg, Miss . . . . . .COl1ins, Miss ..Hattiesburg, Miss . . . . .Jackson, Miss . .Sumrall, Miss . .PiCayune, Miss. ..DeKalb, Miss. . . .BilOxi, Miss. . . .GlOster, Miss. .. . . .JaCksOn, Miss. . . .Hattiesburg, Miss. . . . . . .FOrcst, Miss. . .Bay Springs, Miss. . . .Hattiesburg, Miss. ..BrOOklyn, N. Y. .. . . . . .TuLelO, Miss. . . .Hattie-sburg, Miss. . . .QuitInan, Miss. . . . . .Laurcl, Miss. . . .Lucedale, Miss. . . .MOselle, Miss. . . .Brookhave-n, Miss. . . .FOxwOrth, Miss. . . .JacksOn, Miss. . . . . . . .Mize, Miss. . . . .Hattiesburg, Miss. Johnson Station, Miss. . . . . .Cents-rville, Miss. . . .FIOrenee, Miss. . . .Hattiesburg, Miss. . . .Hattiesburg, Miss. . . .Hattiesburg, Miss. . . . .SanfOrd, Miss. . . . . . . . .Laure1, Miss. .Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . . . . . .Meridian, Miss. . . .CenterVille, Miss. . . .JaCksOn, Miss. . . .COlumbia, Miss. . . . . . .COlumbia, Miss. .Crystal Springs, Miss. . . . . . Monticello, Miss. Ffa suis-, ff-1.-uxwuvkl S- Ruppel Sanders Scarborough Scale Simmons, XV. D. Si mon Sims Singleton Smith, R. L. Spence Stevens Stephens Stuart Stewart Sullivan, A. J. Sullivan, C. WV. Tharpe Thornhill Tolar Thomas, Cliff Trahan Trieschmann Tully Tnminello Varner Veazey Vincent Vinz Weaver Webb Welch 1Vehly WVilliams, J. L. William-son, C. L. Wiliamson, H. G. Winans 5-if sv .14 ab K . X iw 'Z T- 1. Q I S vw ,Q 7 T2 w- L-.. T: X . W' '? x .nv - ff. 7,3 f' X A ..- e .,. ' J.. 'N ' 'W 5":Klf'.J P' "ev +:s:'.w.:r'n'L . ,-:.,:.!-5I:'z:2:'-ha' ' . - . . - , -wwf -' X . -.- -:wwfm-.-Aw-X:.: ..,. .4 .. ,. J e ' fm fm - 4.1- g -. fesrfgz 1'-.-Q, V - f 'sg 'f '. -1 Wax I 123- 'V' is ' 47' ' -2143 W J X M N, 5. x f , " ' bulb , ' -.- .N - x, Q ,L -V . :ne 5 . ' f' il' if A ,,- Q 2, - B A., ' nf , ' if ff ff - . . Q7 5 1 X is . X , , V.. , , 'A 'H ' f' k"' . , .Q V, 1 " f. A X - 5 - 2' if "1 'f 5 -' V w wf ' ' I . " v ,X ,QW ,,., 3 f , Q , , ,, w v N NPV' ' . G 4' T I 'F . , M, W- . s K, - . W . K V V X-14,553 ,. .,,, ., . t A . -W i Q7 n., -rg V sbwfe' ,f,,,.,,f 4 f - V ' N. , 2 ' . "QQ ,. 'I' . ' -'MQ - I f -- 1 '- -V 2 '33 'Q ' Q- Z- . if 43 X W ' f- A ' 'QA f Q.- 5 y if 3, YQ., .5 .W - 4 J i -gf i . Q 'F . ,,,, V J . - i ' , f x ' i ' 42 X . ,. , - V, . X-. ,. , ' . X . 181 Sew-rance Shirley Shuttleworth Simmons, J. L. Slay Smnllwood Smith, G. Smith, S. C. Stiglets Stinson Strickland Stuckey 'Pant Tavares Temple Tc mpleton Thomas, C. T. Threadgill Tierce Touchstone Vumlevender Vaughan, C. C. Vaughn, N. M. V aughan, Sara XValdon Xhllker, D. L. XValker, E. lVallace 1Varren lViclcer Wilkerson Williams, A. C. Nillialllls, D. li lVilliams, D. L. !Vright Yawr, Yeager, G. Yeager. M, L. Young Aikens Ainsworth A h-xundvr Allen, M. J. Amlvrson .hnlrvss And rows Armour Bug les B4-mn Best Bethany Bourg Boykin, C. R. Boykin, J. S. Brandon Brister Britton, Jr. Brilndum Bronson Burke Butler Calhoun Cantwell Caves Cavin Chain Childress Volt-1 t'ola-:mum Conn Connolly Craft, B. IC. Craft, L. Craig Courtney D1-1l'itlu Dossvtt, Jr. Du nnun Dyoss ICH is Eun- ICM-ll Fu rra- I I I"I1-ming' Flurry, Jr. Ford l"1'lllN'l'I'Q, IC, Il, as Er 559 T7 3 ,gfe- L. hm 'A Ag YE... Y it V 5, K x ws. 6' 45' 4 F . QP Q. N. 'sv r... -11 125 H? vu, V'4.. I iv, vs. XF arf' s Wx Ha N- 1 , , A,.. , - ,.. .'." I, q ir S ..N . 1 . lvl Viv :wx sn Q., nfA 'ff' g ..- Q- if 2- Allen, Mollyann Alford Allred Alsworfh Atwood Avera Ball Barber Bishop Boland, B. J, Boland, M. F. Bonds Braswell Breeland, A. L. Breeland, A. A. Bridges Bl'00llll' Brumfield Bur-hholtz Bunch Capers Carter, T. Y, Carter, T. E. Cuune Chishol In Clark CUClil'l'llillll Coker Cook, M. Cook, Y. L. Cooley Cooper fowalrt Davis Dickerson Dellvnt lin rly lfllhlllll liuate-rling likes Ferguson, E. Ferguson, J. lfikvs lfillingmnc Fortenlwrry. C. J l-'ortvnln-rry, Y. lforiinlwrry lfortln-r th fresh an lass First Row: IWARY ELIZABETH AIKENS .. MARY FRANCES AINSXVURTII XVALTER H. .ALEXANDER ..... MARY JUDITH ALLEN .... MOLLYANN ALLEN TOMMIE ALFORD ......... ...... XVILLIAM XVALLACE ALLREII BIARY ELIZABETH ALSXVORTII Second Row: CHARLES EDXVARD ANDERSON PATRICIA ANN ANDRESS .....,. PAUL KIMBALL ANDREXVS .. ROSE MARY ARMOUR .... JUANITA ATXVOOD .... ROBERT L. AVERA' HERBERT IDDO BALL .. MARY ELLEN BARBER .. Third Row: BILLIE CATHERYN BAYLES .. ROBERT XVALTON BEABI ..... I-IOYVARD PAUL BEST ...... BIARGARET DEE BETHANY .. BETSYE G. BISHOP ......... BETTY JO BOLAND ..... MARTHA FLO BOLAND .. H. ERSKIN BONDS ..... Fourth Row: JOHN RAYMOND BOURG .. CHARLES RAY BOYKIN .. JOHN STANFORD BOYKIN .. Iflzittif-sIiiii'g', I-Iattie-sliilig, . ...... Jzivlcsoii, 'Port Gilisuii, ....Nflfl'lItBZ, ...Jm'lisoli, ....CoI1iiis, ...PlIl'X'lS, ....PetzII, ....l3ilOxi, ...Magiiolizg . . , . . .Mobile ....SumraIl. ... .QLllllIJ3,ll, ...fC'OllllHlJlII, . . .GlllliI7Ol'I, .. . .C'ai'son, . . . .Mr-'COmI'I, . . . . .Moliile .. .Ahe1'deen, .,.Ynzo0 City, ...Il1litif'SlJUl'g', ...IlzIttiesIIu1'Q:, . .... Laurel, .Pnsengoiilzt . .1sylx'ai'i1-1111, .,....,SPlli'i?l FRANCES E. BRANDON l'l:'Ltti1-sIrui'r::, TOMMIE JEAN BRASXVELL ..... . . .Hfittir-sburg, ALBERT LOUIS BREELAND . .... . ALFRED ANTHONY BREELAND DOROTHY INEZ BRIDGES ....... Fifth Row: .Bl'O0lil'IZlVPll, EDXVARD LAMAR BRITTON. JR. . BARBARA ANN BRONDUM ..... GERALEENE BRISTER ...,.. . .... ... DIXIE DAIVN BRONSON . PAUL BROOME' ..........,. BERTHA LOU BRUMFIELD ., JAMES E. BUCHHOLTZ ..... YVALTER P. BUNCH ..... Sixth Row: IVIARY BETH BURKE JAMES H. BUTLER ......,.., TOXI LEE CALHOUN , ........., . SUE ELIZABETH CANTXVELL . JOHN XV. CAPERS ............ TONY VERNON CARTER THELMA EDITH CARTER .. MARGERS 'CAUNE ....... . . , . . .Biloxi ,..Bil0xi, ...PuI'vis, . . . . .il'?ll'SUlI, ....lI:IuI'c-I, , . .Mit-Comli, ....SllliI1'ZIll, ..'l'Yl4'l't0XVl'I, . .Vic-Icsiuirg, ., . BB'1IX1It,'Sl1IOI'O, .....L?lLlI'0l, Hsmitliclrile, .Pzisrj-zigoula, ..'l'yIc-rtowii, .. .Guifpoit . . ..N:1tI-lit-Z, .Ij?lSI,'il.g'Ulllfl., ... . . .PetaI, Bliss. Miss Miss. Miss. Miss 'M iss Miss. Miss Miss Miss 'Miss Ala Bliss Miss 'Miss Miss Miss Miss Ala, Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Ala Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Seventh Row: J O YC E wg A V E S ........ .I1'1Yi.'i+: DEAN 'CAVIN ..... BETTE JOXVIC CHAIN ...., BEN IIAXVKINS Cl-IILIIIIESH ., IVTARY LOU VIIISIIOIIBI ...., , ... CI'lAIINIf'E Y FREIWE li! I CK PLA lili GORDEA N VA NEIIA POI 'K EIIII A M KAY COR ER . . . ......... . . . . Eighth Row: NORMA LIIVUNNIC COLE .,.. PATRI-IIA ANNE COLEMAN .. IIENRH LEE VONN ..........,.. ....BX :IXIII-slmivi, ....AX Illilllwrll, .. .Miiiiiii Hlixi-, .. . . . . . l"lnl':i, . . . . .. ,ll:Il1'igl1, Biiiiiiit Iiliwx .,..M:iQi1nli:I, . . ..lZi1'liF4ilI. .. .i'iiiII'1mI'I, . . . . ..l:i1-lisuii, ...llzittir-sliuru, RFSSEIIYN IIEIIORISE l"4"bNNELliY M A RGI E F' OO K. ..............., VERA LOUISE COOK , JO YC E COOLEY ...,...... PEGGY JOYCE COOPER .. Ninth Row: BETTY EARLE CRAFT .. LAMAR I"RAFT .........,.. . BETTY CAROLYN URAIG ..... VIRGINIA ALICE POTIRTNEY . PATSY FOXVART ............,.. JUDY DAVIS ........... ,...... A NNIE CA ROLYN DlIC'K ERSON VIRGINIA DIIBIENT .......... ,.. Tenth Row: ROBERT A. Dv-WITTE .. BYILMER Dr-sSETT, JR, .. EDGAR J. DIINNAM PATRICIA ANN IIYESS .. VIRGINIA ANN EARLY ANN JOHNSON EASOIXI ..... LETSON EASTERLING ., VIOL A EKES ........... Eleventh Row: TIILIIIE GLEN ELLIS .. SONNY EIIRE ........... JABIES DENNIS EZELII .. ELBIIRE FARRELL ERLINE FERGUSON . JUANITA FERGVSON . JACK FIKES ......... FAYE FILLINGAME .. Twelfth Row: MITZIE JEANNE FLEMING .... ROBERT LUTHER FLIQRRY, JI DONALD FORD ................ EDXYIN B. FORTENBERRY .... CAROLYN JUANITA FORTENBE VICTOR FORTENBERRY ....... JAMES ADELBERT FORTINBEII IIUESTON 'TURNER FOIITNER Pat Patterson, Prcsidentg Jerry Stevenson, Secretary mons, Student Council Representativeg Huston Oaks, Vice Y Ralph Sini- V. ... . . .4f:I1IIoi1, . . ,IC'4'ilLIliilulI'I, ,.,..1"iiIi1II'iIri:i, ,...XX':iyiii'sImi'o, ......Jail-Iisiiii, 'A"lIiill "I"'1" .,.'l'B'll'I'l0NX'll, ..... ,'l'i1pi+Io, ...II:iIiiIvsInIi',i',', ....MI-Lfiiii. ,..Iiosr- IIiII, . . . . . .RIANIIAA1 ,lliitiii-siiiirq, Bliss Bliss Mi., BI iss Miss Miss Miss .Ql Bll.s Bliss Bliss Bliss Bliss Miss Bliss Bliss Bliss Bliss 'Miss Bliss Miss Miss Bliss Miss Miss ...Rntfiii Rmigo, Ln .. .lI:iiii1'sl'rili'L',, ....Riu-Iitmi, ,. . . ,Pm'1t:II, ....QllllIil1lll ..,se-Iizistopol. .....l.:11Iiw-I, . . .NQ4'lX', ...,f-'J'lIlli!lLff?', ...l'l:'i1tivsIiIIi'g', . . .... . .JFI1'lCSnII, Pass f'lIl'iSilI'lll. .......,I.iv'ksiiIi, .,.'l'xitxviIi-V, ...Ili--litun, ...SlIIill'11ll, . lIiI'1'1'IlXV00fl, ...Piisi-iismilri, .,.'I':ix'Iiii'sx'iIIr-, ...llxilili-sI+iiI'Q. IIIIB iii ......SllllII'IIll .I oliiiiiliifi, ..'I'iitwi1e1' . . .liIIlIi1'I0l'i, Dr. J. Tredwell Davis, Asif v Bliss Miss Miss Miss Miss Bliss Miss Miss Bliss Bliss Bliss Bliss Bliss Bliss Bliss Bliss Miss Bliss Bliss Miss BIiss Bliss Bliss Sponsor Foy Franklin Friar, Jr. Gaston Goff, L. R. Goff, R. D. Gooch Gordon Hall, M. Hall, S. Ilnll, W. J. Haney Haskins Havens Hays, J. T. Ilays, W. L. Hester Hickman Hil l, Hogue Hood Horne Iloward .Hyatt Johnson, Jr.,A. B. Johnson, D. E. Johnson, E. A. Johnston Jones, N. S. Jordan, A. A. Jordan, C. U. Kampcr Kelly, S. N. Kessler Keyes, J. B. Keyes, W. 'vi . Lmnousin Lu! 1. Lui iivr Lawrence Loflin Lott, C. A. Lott, IC. Lott, Mrs. L. It. Lyons Mug:-v MU,illTH Dlnngllm 49 "Y -wg-p 'W' 'M F ,QQ '91 'Sn g,,! fs, E' .rx Kr if" -.. "rr . Qtr iv in f' 1 K k K.- .!:, 49 'X vw, -.1 . dw 5 Y: K--. .1 y, ,..,.,-31, - .4....,.. i Q. 9, 4' in-X M ye ,, , A y V f Q? J W we - f ws , Q ,r Qu . 5 ,l - L sw ,B xxx' :V N J ffiff C , M y ...K ' , - L H if . I 7 6, 2 - J.. I ,fx ' ,L -rv v. , K f 9-. f t F 1 I V ' .. .sss I . f ' ff mi' ,V f, 5 ' iv Y' n 4 'ix ' " ir , , L. x 1. gr. LTL ' ,f . if . rx Qi .ii ,L '5- ' 'ex - Q- - .f"X 4 .sf X Q 1 i " K' ' feffwf' f f lv' e .W ff 4 1 wr "ir 2 S 'ff ki fr ff We A ss N Ls . , N 1 is ,o he Q' 4:1 v-7" Ns. A yr 'Q-,uf 'QQ boi N., is f 'Q 1 ,. -, ,fs I 1:7 'PX v vs- F' 11 42" K we -11 'sf lr- Er.. Z L. Y Germanis Gibson Glaze Godfrey Greene Greer Gullett Hager Harrell Hart Hartzog Harwell Helmer Henderson Hendricks Herring Ilolcomb Holcombe Holifield Holmes Jackson, C Jackson, N James Jiminez Johnson, R J ones, F. Jones, J. R ' K Jones, M. Karcher Keene Kelly, M. A in-ny, M. P Kirby Koch Lack Laird Leach Lelilanc Lee Limbaugh Lowe Lowery Lu cas Lundgren Nlnnnino Mann Morris Matthews th freshman lass First Row: SLATER ALFRED EOY .... .. ...Sumi':Ill, SHARRON MARGARET FRANKLIN . .. ELVCIN ROBERT FRIAR, JR. JOHN P. GASTOBF .......... LOUIS P. GERMANIS ....... MILDRED LOUISE GIBSON .. MARGARET ANN GLAZE THOMAS OTHO GODFREY Second Row: LEE ROY GOFF .............. RICHARD DEARKYOOD' GOFE .. MARGARET GOOCH ......... CARL LEE GORDON . XVADE GREENE ..... BETTY JANE GREER .... MARY ANNE GULLETT MARJORIE ANN HAGER . Third Row: MELVINA HALL .. SYD HALL ......... XVANDA JO HALL ......, THOMAS BOYD HANEY .. A. G. HARRELL .......... MARGARET JOAN HART .... MARY VIRGINIA 1-IARTZOG .. MARY HARWELL ........ Fourth Row: BIAYMO BERYL HASKINS ,... HAROLD ERSKINE HAVENS JAMES THOMAS HAYS ....... XVILLIAM LEE HAYS ........ MARY ELIZABETH HELMER .... ARNOLD R. HENDERSON ........ XVILLIAM CHARLES H ENDRICKS JOHN E. HERRING .............. Fifth Row: ANNE KELLY HESTER ...... JOHN ERSKINE HICKBIAN .. WILLIAM EARL HILL ........ JEANETTEI HOGUE .............. DANIEL HARRELL I-IOLCOMB .. CYNTHIA NELSON HOLCOMBE MARY HOLIFIELD . ............ . PAUL HARDIN HOLMES .. Sixth Row: MARY ANNE HOOD .. .. ANN HORNE ............. JACKIE LEON HOWARD .. IVAYNE PATRICK HYATT . CONXVAY JACKSON ........ NELL JACKSON .......... EDITH JEANETTE JAMES .. ANTHONY JIMINEZ ...... ... . . .J:1I'ksm1, Owifilll Siuriiigs, ...iiuttii-sliurg, ........Biluxi, ...IIuttiIIsIi11I'g:g, ....Kos1'iuslcn, ... , . .'I'upvlo. . . .Liif-eilzilv. .. . . .I.uurel. ... .JaelIsoI1. ...Past-rignula, ........lIiiiz+.-, . .lflattiesliiii-g, . . . .Boom-ville, ....GlllliIit3l't, .. .Muxelle, .. ..Foi'f1st. . . . . .TomlmIl, ...P21SI"2ll5'0I1lF1, .. .Hattivsliui'g, .. .Bi'ookliax'I-n, . . . . . .PI'L'llliSS, . . .Sai1I'oI'd, ...BI'OOlil1ELX"L'I1, ...lIattieshui'g, ....IVoodviIlc-, ......Gillmor-t, ...Hzittie-sliiiig, ...State Lim-, . . . . . .BoylO, . . .Sumra1I, .. . . ...L1llll'E,'l, ...Ha.ttieshurg, . . . . .Suiiineig . .. ...'CZiI'lllE1g9. ...Hattit-siiurg, . . ...PI'ielIa1'd, . . . . . . .Collins, . . .HattiuSlIu1'g, . . . . .Bi1oxi, .Jaekson, ...Purvis, . . .PUl'ViS, . , . .LauI'ei, . . . .ElIisVille. .. . . .Petal, . . . .Bi1oxi, Bl iss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Bliss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. M iss. Miss. Bliss. 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J A M ES SA MUEL L EAL' H ..... NEIVTON JOSEPH LIJIZLANC JOHN IHORSEY LEE .. ..., LILY FRANK ES LIMBA L'Gl'l Eleventh Row: KATHLEEN LOIPLIN .. UIIARLES A. LOTT .. E D XV I N LOTT ............... . MRS. IIIIVILLE IIOXYENIA L 1" I'IARLO'.l'TE ANN LOXYE . . TO Bl M Y LO XV E I I Y ....... M AX C. LUCAS ........ . DORIS II. LIINDGREN .. Twelfth Row: JERRY READ LYONS ........ JOYCE EONNELI. MAGEE . 1-Vlvlw XY ILLIABI XYALLAFE BIAJURS E NIM A J E A N M A N G UM ..... GLORIA MANNINO ...... JACQUELINE BIAPP .. ROSIE ANNE BIORRIS . 'BVIGGIEH MATTIIEXYS .. . ..... 1li1II'1v-wt, ....lI:IiI14-sliiirq, i'iI'lIlll1IIIIi i':ii'lI, ..........BIulrilr . . ,BIZILII-I' ,... ..I:iI'ks4Iii, ...II:iiIi-islniru. .........BIixI-, . , ..IzIv-lisoii . ..L:ii1I'Ifl . . . .. ..IziI-Iqsoil .. . 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' ' A 5- , " 4 Scllia-r ts Q7 I . , . S , 1 Q ,X BIIIIS, E. J. . ' X F9 ,. 1 , Slum-nmlw yr V , , - 'Q alma' 1 ' D' X LQUA3, Sims, IC. M. AJ N 1 th fresh an lass First Row: FAYE MAX EY ............ JULIA FAYE M1-ALLISTER . IRIS .IORENE MIJBAY ....... E'STl'IER JOYCE MCCARTIIY .. RAY MARION MUFRAINE . . MARY JANE Mc'1."ULLOUClI .. CAROLYN INEZ MCDAVIIW . . BETTY JEAN MVDONALIJ .. Second Row: PAUL JOHNSTON Mc-GEHEE . NANCY JANE M1-GREXV .... ...... MARTHA FAYE MCINTOSII HERBERT CARROLL MRKENZIE MARGARET ANNE M1-LELLAND ANNIE LOU Mr-RAE ............ JEAN MARIE MELVIN ..... Cl-IARLER FRANK IIIILLER . Third Row: AZALINE MITCHELL ....,.. IIOBERT LOUIS INIIZE ......, HERSHEL LOUIE MOFFETT . JOYCE ELAINE MOHON ALLEN L. MOODY ...... XVILLA MERLE MOODY .. THOMAS EARL MOONEY MARY IMARGIE MORROXV . Fourth Row: PAY ETTA MORSE ROY NORMAN MOSS ....... BOBBY VANCE MOULDEI: .. NELLIE ROSE IVIOZINGO ,.... DOROTHEANN MURPHREE .. BECKY JOE MYERS ......... ELSIE LAVERNE MYERS ROBERT PATRICK MYERS .. Fifth Row: FRANCIS TATE NAPIER .. JANICE LOUISE NELSON . XVILLIE BESS NELSON GEORGE ALEC NEIVTON .,... DAVID XVARREN NICHOLSON .. ..,,1 liivlcusziw ...LuiIilwI'ton, . . . Hziifii-sliui'g.:', ....Hzltiii-sliiirg, ...4V'l'llil'4.'Viiit', ...Louisville, .....GIoster, .. .iIi'iiit'llrQ'l'g', . . . .'IVI1'tJ'Olr'1li, ......S4'Illill1ll'j', . .... Ilaitti--slrurg, .. ...I-lzittii-sliui',Qf, . ...HzIttieSiiuI'pz', .. .XV:1yiif'sl+orn, ......Biloxi, ....Mobile. ...Pii'z1yui1e, . . .Jain-lison, ....F-tonewall. ...RI'oolclI:ix'en, .....C'olumbia, . . . .Laura-1, ...Si'l1lll1ElI'Y, . . .NatclIQz, .. .Hattieshurg, .. . . . .IiZIlll'9i, . . . . . . .Fore-st, .. .XY:iyIif1shoi'rJ, . . . . . Moselle, .. . . .Mage-e, ...JaI'ks0n, . . .Magi-e, .....Pii-ayune. ....Pasvagoula, ....iiJ0l1tlI'E'ii0, ., .Sl'lllillZ1l'Y, . .... Laurel, VELMA JEAN NIX ................. .... O veit, NYILHELMINA REBECCA NOBLES .. ....... Gloster, XVILLIAM DUANE NORRIS ...... Sixth Row: MARTIN JOSEPH NOTO SAMIE ELLEN ODEN JACK OLIVER ......... DORIS MAE OLSON ..... ESTHER RUTH O'NEAL . I-IATHORN O'NEAL ........... MARGARET ROSE OPPERMAN ,. ALICE NEAL OSXVALT ....... ... ...HatticShurg, . . .Bay St. Louis, .... .Kosviusko, .. .Mei'iclian, . . .P?1Sf'LlQ.g'0LliZL, .. .Hattivsliui'g, . . . . .Cai'sOu, . .. .R+-Ilwood ...CoIuIiil,iia. Around Midnight Ala Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Alu Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Bliss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Seventh Row: BIiAN'l'I,EY RARNARII I'AI'E 'I'IIoAlAs ELXVIN PAILKEIL .. XVAL'I'I'IIi PARKER, JR. .... . .. . Ilntlii-sliiii'i:, ......IXI"1uiiiIi, ....l4:iy Spriiius, I-IOXYAILIW LAlN'ION'i' I'A'I"l'EIiSi iN ., ...llpitilf-slvliluo, KITTY I'A'YNE ........,..... BARBARA PEASTEII .. .IAFK JOSEPH PEREZ .. R ILL 'I"E'l'T Y ..,...... Eighth Row: FA YE P11 'IIERI NG .,....... CAIUYLYN PIERI ........... C'Al'iOI,YN ANNE PITTMAN . ROBEIYI' E. POTTER ..... GENE' I'AI'L PRESLEY .. JOE R. PICICE ........,. I-IARRY LEE PRIEST . GABE M. PURVIS .... Ninth Row: JOANNE CLYDEL QIIARLES JQYFE 'RAMONA REIT! ...... . BILLIE JEAN RETHERFORIP FRANWES JO RENNO ...... HUBERT XVHITFIELIP IIEYNV JACK VAIIGIIN REYNOLDS HETTIE RAY RIIOAIWS ..... . GXVENDOLYN RILEY .. Tenth Row: I CHARLES FRANK ROGERS STAFFORD JEROME ROGERS FRANK ROSSKOPII' ......... . ERSKINE ROSS. JII. I-IECTOR ENRIQVE ROSS GARY IIUGH RUIINSAVILLE ADVA JEAN RUNNELS .. . . . AUDRIA A. RUSSELL .. Eleventh Row: DORIS JEAN RIISSVM .. JOYPE LYNN SAMPLES . BILLY RAY SANDERS JOYCE ANN SANDERS .. DQIVITT 'SANFORD ., TONI EDD SANFORD . .. JAMES S.XI,'NDEI'iS .............. VICTORIA ELIZABETH SCKIICTS Twelfth Row: XVILLIAM LLOYD SPONIERS JAMES SCOTT. JR. ,........ . JANET SELLIER .......... . .... DOROTHY JANE SIIOEMA KE ETHEL JACQUELINE SIGMON ELIZABETH JOLYN SIMS PEGGY DORIS SIMS ...,i, RITA NIARIE SIMS .. ...tin-r'1ix'illi-, ...Ynzm.'1'iiy, .....Hili.xi, Aiiss. M iss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. 4 r . ...Mwiupliis, ....1'iillii1s, .....l'!iloxi, .. .If'oYu'1vI'ill, . . . ,fillii'l'HlI'I, ., ,1'zII'tl1:Im-, ...UNI-wtmi, . . . .XYilkinsmi, ......PuI'x'is, ....IAlll2,' Hwzivli, ...lI:itii4,-sliiii-Lf, ..,.IJl'lf'ilJll'4i, ...lfloi-elim-, LI is .. ....... Puri is, .,... ...XxviIYI'lQ'Sii0I'1'i, . . . .Holly Bluff, ....'Columbia, ...Hfxitir-sl'-I1i'i-S. .... ,filostviy .... . . . . . . , ,flIil1'1mVt, ........Mlleitiif-sl+iii'g:, .l'f'iiii. M iss, M iss. liiss. Miss. iVIiss. M iss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. A l si. Miss. Miss. Miss, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. MisS. Miss. ...Vi-iii-Zin-Ia, south Aiiieriria .......,....Gulf1'IoI't, . , . . . . .Magix-, ...Hzt'rtiosi+u1'Lr, ....I,7llll'i'i, ...Piwziyiiiu-, .......-iAIZll'i0ll, ....IlattivsliI1I-g, .. . . .Culliiis, ...SI-iiiiiizii-y, .. . ..Gi'ee11xill1-, .. ...HzittivsliI1i':, .flcoan Springs, ., . . . I'latIi1asIiI1i'g', ....Bny St. Louis, ...iiattieslwiirf-T, . . ...Nz1t1'liuz, ...iil'lIfi15'SiPllI'i.f, . ..... I.uI1I'cI, . . .Naiti-livz, IIe's Married, Girl .-5 V? Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Ala. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. MisS, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. S 'C Simmons, J. IG. Simmons, R. Simmons, YY. Skelliv Smith, Ramvy .L Sprnles Stanton Sfevvnsnll Stom-'r Storm-y Stuart Sullivan, J. IC. Tllalnvs Thrash Thomas, J. Thomas. M. Toellce Tomlinson Townsend Traylor Varnc-r x7ig'll1'S Vowell, B. II. Vowcll, D. ll. ll'all lvard, L. R. !Vard, V. 1Veath1-rs West, D. A. lV0sfl'r lVlmtla-3' ll'llif.mn lVilliams, D. IC. lVilliams, L. El. xvlllilllll'4'lIl ll'ilIshir1- lvright, s. 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Sumrall Swehnan Swilley Thomas, R. T Thompson ' 'l'imb9lS 'l'innin I Turk Turmnn Turner Yalladares llhlmlrup Xlalker, J. M. lTalker, Joyce lYnlker, J. M. lYvatllcr:,by Wkfaver ll'vlborn XYells Wivhf lVillen1o0S lVillimns, Cassief Williams, C. Nbfford Wood lfoodbeck lVrigl1t, A. M. York Yates th freshman lass First Row: JOHN ELLIS SIMMONS .. RALPH SIMMONS ..... XVILIJENE SIMMONS ....,.... MARGARET JUAN SKELLIE . VHEICA ETHEL SMITI-I ...... FII FI II TIA Y SMITH ...... PHILIP ICIIGENIG SMI'I'II . llA'l'H.-XICI, ANN SMITH . Second Row: RAMEY ALFIIEIW SMITH .. JOHN IYIIISON S-PIIOLES .IOANNE LOUISE S'l'AN'l'1'IN .. JERRY MILLER STICVENSON MONROE HAMI"'I'ON STICXVAIUI' . BAIIRARA JEAN S'1'IlCTENRI'1'l'H ANIWIIEXV NVEI2'STEl'I S'I"llII3I,ING RIC'I'IAI'll'P PEHCELL ST4'l1'KS'l'ILL Third Row: MARIE STONER .............. CHARLES ROBSON STOREY . NANCIE STUART ....,...... JESSE EIWXVIN SULLIVAN .. PAUL ARTHUR SULLIVAN .. MARTHA LOUISE SUMRALL . NANCY LOUISE SIVETMAN . VERNON SYVILLEY ...... . Fourth Row: DOT TH.-XMES ...... , JAKE V. THI-:ASH JOY THOMAS ....... MARINELL THOMAS ,. RUTH THOMAS .........,..... ,, ROBERT JOSEPH 'THOMPSON . RAPHAEL ALLEN TIMBES .. PEGGY LEILA TINNIN Fifth Row: VIRGINIA ALICE TOELKE . HARRIET TOMLINSON .,.....,.. EVELYN FLORINE TOXVNSEND MARTHA LOIS TAYLOR JOHN EDWARD TURK .. JOY TURMAN ......... ROSEMARY TURNER ........... ESTHER MARIA VALL.XIfP.-XIIIGS ..II:IltiI-slurry ..,.I,zIIiI-III , .... M:Ig'IIulI:I .IIIIIILQ I-in-aivii, ..,...l1:IlI'-lgii ...Mi-.HII1iI, ,.....I,:iIIi'I-I . . .I,m-zilwsvilll' ....14'fiiUIIIibllS, . . Uimnlciifi X'1'll .....I1lA'iCSflll, ....I"uIuII1lii:I . . .fiIIlI'1mI't ...Nzitvllvz ...filliiilllfllf .. .Pi--znyiiiiv . . .Gi't-1-IIWOWI, . . . . .GIIlfpOl't, ..llrIttiI-Shiirg, ...AIJIHIISIUII , ....... M i Z 0 ..Huttic-sliiirg' ........BiIoxi, . .Hiittis-slaiira: .. . .1,,'aII'tlIzI:f9 ...Laurel ....t"IiIItmI . . . Natviivz, ...f-QIIIIINHII, ....I2l4'iiSHI1, ....I fiisuu . . . .Me-I'iIli:'III Miss. 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I "Oln- IIUUISIC XX'IG.X'1'iIEl'lS ................. ,,,. 1 'il' lll' IIYIII4' .IIf1.XNl+I'l'Ti+I IIONICILLY XYI'I.X'l'IIICllS1I2Y . .... lillilie-siIllI'L1. IN'ill0'l'l'lY JEAN 'IVE.XVlCIl ,....... , . . li:IIli4'siil1I'gq', IHXIOIL XV. XYELIRUIIN ..... . . .li:I1fi4'sivlII'g'. XYILLI.-XXI .I, XVICLLS . .... GlllI'1vO1'i, Eighth Row: DOROTHY ANN WEST .. ,..lInIri.-slim-S .I AXE ff'AIZUl.YN XYICSTEH . . ., .II:Itti1'slILII'u VIIIUINI.-X XVH.-X'I'LEY ........, . .... LrilIisx'il1e- XYILLIA M I-XNIPIIICXV XVHITAJI . ..,.. Naitvill-z, 4'flIRISTINlC IVIVHT ........... ...lI:Ifiivr'iwlIl'f, BEVICIILY ANN XVILLEMOES .. ..... XYi.2giIIs, PASSII72 THHAIAS XVILIIIAMS 4' . '. XX ILLIAMS ........... .... . ,, ...... . , . Ninth Row: DORIS EVIJOII.-X WILLIAMS . ...... Rilnxi. LORENZO IIONV WILLIAIvIs ...... ..,I".,pI:II-viii.-, JEANIE MAURINE WILLIAMSON .,.. VI-riiiii WILLIAM ANI,IEI1:SON IYIIITSHIIIE .. ...M:iLgIIOli:I IIOZINA WOFI1'ORD ....,.......... ...fflzii-.-niI..1I ICUIIIGIIL ULIFTON XVOOII .. ...I,2iIll'1'i, JAY XX'CHflIPliE4,'K ........ .,.. . Iiiivifs-in ALI-'IC MAILIE XX'RI"lIiT .. .... Ikisivliwriizr Tenth Row: SUZANNE WRIGHT .. ...II'ayI1.Isii.,iI-.,, LI'IfILLE YEAJIIIIII ,...,,. Ivfi ll4'Yliil' YVUNNE MARIE YATES .. ..,iizllIi1'SIIlll'I.L' JAMES EDWARD YORK .. ,..ii11fIit-'sirllllg For Art's Sake I Confess! -"---.-...,,,,, r1f""' il -.Z VCI , X ...iilliiiI'rinlll':, ....lIntti1's1IIII':, Miss Miss Ml s Miss Miss M iss M iss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Niiss Kiiss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Ari: Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss M iss. MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE STATION A, I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Member of: The American AssociaTion of Colleges The SouThern AssociaTion of Colleges and Secondary Schools The American AssociaTion oT Colleges Tor Teacher Educa+ion The American AssociaTion of Urban UniversiTies The NaTionaI AssociaTion of Schools of Music The NaTionaI AccrediTing Commission The American Council on EducaTion LOCATION:.Mississippi SouThern College is in The cenTer oT SouTh Mississippi, convenienTly locaTed almosT equidisTanT Trom Jackson, Meridian, GuITporT and Mc- Comb. The buildings are new, and modern in a beauTiTuI seTTing, wiTh pine Trees, waTer oaks, azaleas, camellias, a sunken garden, and a Tropical lagoon. COURSES OF INSTRUCTION: Courses leading To The B.S, and B.A. degrees and The M,A. degree in EducaTion and The M.M. degree are oTTered. Courses are oTFered in EducaTion oT Teachers, Science and MaThemaTics, I-lome Economics, Speech and DramaTic ArTs, Geography and Geology, Music and ArT, Commerce and Business, Social STudies, l'leaITh and Physical EducaTion, Languages, English, Journalism, Indus- Trial ArTs, ConservaTion and NaTure STudy, Library Science, Pre-Law, Pre-Engineer- ing, Pre-Medicine, 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 begins each Tall. OpporTuniTies Tor making up high school uniTs is given To VeTerans in The Dernon'sTra- Tion School oT The College. RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: ConcreTe Tennis courTs, a swimming pool, a nine-hole goIT course, a Tield house and gymnasium, an air condiTioned library, Tours To New Orleans, deep sea Tishing on The coasT, lecTures and dances will be available To sTudenTs during The Spring and Summer OuarTers. MEETING THE NEEDS OF TEACHERS AND SUPERINTENDENTS: Teachers work- ing on degrees may compIeTe sixTeen weeks of work by enrolling The IasT six weeks oT The Spring OuarTer and conTinuing Through The Summer OuarTer. Courses in The eIemenTary and secondary Tields and CvraduaTe work will be oTTered To boTh Teachers and adminisTraTors, A Reading Clinic and many oTher workshops and conferences will be held during The Summer OuarTer. Scfffl Our fai'rl1 in Mississippi is deeply roofed in our long and 'favourable experience in Mississippi- Our fufure plans are all based on +l1e belief +l1a'r Mississippi offers every oppor+uni'ry for expansion- We recommend 'ro +l1e you1'l1 of Mississippi who have 'rlwe advan'rage of college 'rraining +l'na+ 'rhey plan fheir fufure in +l1e paHern of developmenl +l1a+ is now progressing in Mississippi- THE SANDERS INDUSTRIES ROBERT D. SANDERS Presiden+ W i I 1 A f 51 51 i DELMA 515 mms h 52 I Fiflrh Ave. New YQRK, N. Y. 9 Our Qfhciaf u,,,,.4,,,,4101wf,,W I ' Main Office and Labora1'ory 9 W. 2OH'1 S+. NEW YORK II, N. Y. Phone Wefkins 9-I88O CRO BY LUMBER AN MANUFACTURI G COMPANY lllanufacturel-A and ?oreA tel-A cRossY, Mnssnssnpm We recognize that the future of our Nation and also of our own business is dependent upon a program of conservation. Tree farming is Our Business, Your Business and Good Business. Wo 77afion, or pegion Memo! is Sfrolzgerf Man ifji lgesourced IIII-I d Y P anysanl BARRON MOTCR COMPANY Aufhorized S I S y SI Ph 268I H +I b g M pp HATTIESBURG HARDWARE STDRE 300 Mob le S+ your lead? EveryIhing in HARDWARE AND GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES I-IATTIESBURC5 MISSISSIPPI Phone 366 367 l MCARTHUR CHEVROLET COMPANY FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION SALES SERVICE PHONE 2000 24 hour Wrecker Service 306-3I8 E. Pine Nighlr Phone ISOO BEST WISHES FROM MCINNISI MEN'S WEAR M 81 P Ph 3006 GENERAL DISTRIBUTING CO. TOM HOUSTON PEANUT CO. T T 'r d Peanuis-Tom's Peanu'r BuHer Sandwiches-Tom's D I' C d POB 272 HTTbQM pp NATURAL GAS UAQ ,aff 10,,f,,.,,., fm COOKING - HEATING - WATER HEATING - REFRIGERATION WILLMUT GAS AND OIL COMPANY DOMESTIC - COMMERCIAL -INDUSTRIAL I-IATTIESBURG MISSISSIPPI Have a Coke COMPLIMENTS OF FAULKNER CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF CITIZENS BANK OF HATTIESBURG, MISS. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM PHOENIX LAUNDRY DYERS 8: CLEANERS Serving you since I898 I-IATTIESBURG, MISS. I-I dy S+ree'r Telephones 36 d 97 H. l. LUHITE LUITIBER C0., IIIC. Quagfy Zguifchng Waferiag Phone I3I7 W. Pine SI: I-Iafjriesburg Every visil lo our slore will be warmly apprecialed, and our salespeople will welcome llue opporlunily ol sluowing you llue famous name brands mercluandise. May we luave Hue pleasure ol seeing you ollen in our slore. .' I T Hattiesburg's Quality Department Store A CHALLENGE We again cluallenge llue sludenls of Mississippi Soulluern College and flue readers of fluis Annual lo read flue Declara- fion ol Independence and llie Federal Conslilulion willu ilsBilI ol Rigluls al Ieasl once a year, and wrile your Senators and Congressmen au' Ieasl lwice a year urging lluem lo rnalce wlualever sacrifice is necessary Ieven al 'flue expense ol polilical expediencyl in an ellorl To slop lluis greal nalion of ours on ils presenl course down 'flue road 'ro flue Iefl foward banlcruplcy, colleclivism and socialism, Urge our represenlalives al Wasluinglon To falce a look al wluaf is luap- pening in England under flue leadersluip ol a "labor sociaIis+ic" goyermenl, and remind our represenlalives llual if lluis nalion of ours conlinues llue presenl course lo flue same deslinalion lluere will be no Uncle Sam 'ro donale live or six billion dollars lo prolong llie Iile ol a socialislic governmenl. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY L. E. FAULKNER, Presidenl Try Our Delicious SANDWICHES COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS THE OF I ' PM BOB WALLER'S STUDIO FOODS GQCSEFEE Official Beaufy Phofograpluer PROMPT 0' SERVICE I95I SOUTHERNER cl Q Across From Demon School Telephone 4OI6 Halliesburg Miss 3000 HARDY ST PHONE 93I3 : IIIILIIIII I COMPLIMENTS OF Y COMPLIMENTS OE 4 S. H. KRESS "Jus+ Across from Sou'rhern" Phone 357i-W 2902 Hardy ST. Halrhesburg, Miss. FARRIS BROTHERS WHOLESALE DRY GOODS O Phone 2604 823 Hardy S+. Haffiesburg, Miss. WHEN SHOPPING in HATTIESBURG MAKE YOUR HEADQUARTERS BE WISE ANVOUEICONOMIZE ECONOMY CLEANERS .400 KC 98 MC "Your Business ls Our Pleasure" M. E. SIBLEY, Owner I009 Hardy S+. Haffiesburg Phone 2096 Au'IhorizecI Agency QUALITY . . .VALUE . . . SERVICE REMINGTON RAND TYPEWRITERS MAGNOLIA OFFICE EQUIPMENT co. I QIIQS 3I'-7 W. Pine SI. I-Ia'rIiesIourg -'S'Ho.m'e of Better Values IO9 E. Pine I-IaI+IesbL.rg SANITARY CHEMICALS 81 ACCESSORIES E 8a N PRODUCTS Indus'I'riaI Lubricanis Phone 2990 0 USE OUR LAYAWAY AND FREE DELIVERY "The SI'ore You TeII ROAD MACHINE BLADES P. O. Box 764 New Orleans 2, La. Your Friends AbouI" Rich body, Pleasing aroma, Exquisite flavor. K :':::1'. f -, - ,Q-J" , II .2 If you cannot purchase this in your home town- 'te us-P.O. Box J. S., Chicago C901 I Sextun Quiz' T TIPPS TOOL CO. INC. I FORREST MOTOR CO. 24 Hour Sem DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS STEEL CONSTRUCWCN DODGE PASSENGER CARS We'din9 Machine Wofk PLYMOUTH PASSENGER CARS Eledm Mom Rem" Wire Rope Mud 8: Cemenf 410 Wes? Pine Srreef phone 2378 HATTIESBURG. MISSISSIPPI Wesr Commerce Laurel, Miss. THANKS for Your Friendship and Your Pafronage WIMPY'S "The Hearf of fhe Sou+hern Campus" af f "Lg-' rflff' " ? mv "' F EAMILK 'MREAM HATTIESBURG CREAMERIES Serving Sourh Mississippi Since I895 FIRST NATIONAL BANK HATTIESBURG, MISS. Member Federal Deposir Insurance Corp. Call Phone 2857 COMPLIMENTS Your QF I BROADWAY DRIVE-IN STANDARD DRUG THEATRE STORE, LTD. I-Iiglwway I I Soullm of I-Ialliesburg bl? Main Slreel Phone II FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS W y AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI A Mufual Savings and Home Finance T CONGRATULATIONS InS+i1'u+ion Serving over 8,000 people SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO SI0,000 BY THE Federal Saving and Loan Associaiion Corporalion, ancl lnslrumenlalify of 'rI'Ie U. S. Governmenl' MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE HATIIIESBURG GRO. CO. I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Manufacfurers and Dis+ribu+ors "TOP QUALITY" PRODUCTS LAUNDERETTE jf CLOTHES WASHED "mf AND DRIED "Flowers Tor All Occasions Open From 7:00 A.M. PIIOPQ I825 UIIIII Szoo PM. 8l9 I-Iarcly Slreel I-laIIieSl:nurg, lvIiSSiSSip 26lO Hardy S+, Phone lI4I- "Your College SI'a+ion" RIM RANDOLPH'S GREWGS GULF SERVICE PRGM Gulf Lubricaiion Gulf Pride Mofor Oil Gulf Tires LAUREL LEADER CALL R. M. RANDOLPI-I, Owner LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI 2604 I-Iardy SI. Phone 39I I Ph.D. of Aufomobiles LYONS 81 ISHEE AUTO REPAIR Feafuring BEAR FRONT END ALIGNMENT BODY AND PAINT WORKS HUB CITY OFFICE SUPPLY CO. ROYAL TYPEWRITERS A.B. DICK MIMEOGRAPHS and MOTOR TUNE-UP 2I8 Wesr Pine Slreei Phone 3380 College Service Cenrer Phone 26I I J. R. SHIRLEY, JR. CQWUMENIS OF ReaII'or 8: Insuror FIRE INSURANCE Phone 2673 I I8 Easf Fron'r SI. I-Iarlieslourg, Miss. Beverly Drive-In Theatre "The Family FavoriI'e" Phone I74I I-Iighway 49 Sourh WHEN IN LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI: Thrifty Cleaners and laundry Visif Phone 3824 CARTER-HEIDE i' 'k Campus Plani al Laufelis QUGIIIY DePa"ImenT 5+0fe Represenhalives I503 N. Main I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI "Meer me a+ Ihe Drug S'rore" COLLEGE PHARMACY 2I0-2I4 MARKET ST. PHONE 972 COMPLIMENTS OF GULF STATES CIGAR AND PRESCRIPTIONS TOBACCO COMPANY Soda Founfain-School Supplies WHOLESALE Cosmefics Cigars, Tobacco, Candy, and Sundries Opposife M. S. C. Phone I58I HATTIESBURG' MISS. I COMPLIMENTS S OF SHELL SERVICE STATION PRAYTORS CLEANERS "your campus cleaners" Hardy SIree+ a+ 28+h Avenue Phone 2520 Washing-Polishing-Waxing Shell Lubricafion-Gasoline-Mo'I'or Oil A Complele Line of Au'ro Accessories A Personal Service Thar Salislies Colvlpl-lMENTS PERSONAL FINANCING OF Monlhly Repaymenf DIANA SHUP wi-MTE SYSTEM FIRST IN OUALITY 81 STYLE IN WOMENS APPAREL OF HATTIESBURG, Inc. One block off Main Srreel Phone 246 W. Pine S+. I24-I26 Easf Pine Slreef , , COMPLIMENTS fHAU'IESBllRG, Miss, OF MEN-5 WEAR SOUTHERN CLEANERS I I4 Wesf Fronf Slreef R. H. BRASWELL Owner 2708 Hardy Sfreel Phone I873 Walnuf SI. , QUALITY APPLIANCES COMPLIMENTS OF FOWLER BUTANE GAS co., INC. EVANS- DRUMMQND HATTIESBURG-, MISSISSIPPI DRUG STORE II3 Newman SIree'r Phone 2362 Phone 4I COMPLIMENTS KIMBALL GULBRANSEN OF ROSEBERRY BARNES PIANO HOUSE SEED AND FEED co. Fea+ur'ng .. i I .. The Nafions Fihesf Pianos The 35351 ?2S5:jc2e2dTown SPINETS - GRANDS - UPRIGHTS QUAKER OATS-FUL-O-PEP FEED WURLITZER WINTER Fermizers' ek. I34 E. Fronf SI. I-Iaffiesburg T ephone 840 302 Second Sf I-IATTIESBURG MISSISSIPPI COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF CASH AND CARRY CLEANERS MR. AND MRS. W. L. CURTIS Owners I-Iaffiesburg WALNUT STREET P ARMACY GEIGER PRINTING COMPANY "Every'rhing for 'rhe Office" eiger Bldg. Phone 2588 RPI-ll H "The eaf+ sure" SP E J SIZE!-Rv I-IATTI ESBUR6, MISSISSIPPI 'hr Hirkmiirk Has Never fed a RICE'S POTATO CHIPS CO. POTATO CHIPS if CORN PUFFS Made in failing s+uden+ HATTIESBURG KIRKWOOD COMPLIMBISITS FURNITURE STORE OF "The CourI' House Is Nex'r Io Us" COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD SHELBY WHOLESALE GROCERY, INC. FURNISHINGS our 25+h Year "Home of GiIs'rer's Bes'I Flower" TeIepIIone I847 Main S'rree'r 403 EAST FRONT ST' FARRIOR MOTOR CO. COMPLIMENIS Incorporafed O-F BETTER BUY BUICK SEARS Phone 322 and 466 400 W. Pine SI, I-Iaffiesburg, Mi-SSJ ROEBUCK AND COMPANY HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI DUKEIS Headquarfers for MCGREGOITS SPORTSWEAR ForreSI I-Io'reI Building I-IaHie-Sburg COMPLIMENTS OF THE DIAMOND SHOP Forresf I-Io+eI Building HaHiesburg's Iargesi credif Jeweler Y 3oufLernB Supporfero SCOTT STORES COMMERCIAL STATIONERY CO. BEN SHEMPER CHAMBERS LUMBER 81 SUPPLY CO. H 81 L DELIVERY SERVICE Incorporafed Exclusive Local Agen+ AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. Nafion-wide Furniiure Movers Mofor freigI1+ service 'ro ancI from all poinis Phone I38O I-Iaiiiesburg, Miss conpnnanis CLINTON LUMBER COMPANY OI: YELLOW PINE AND THE MERci-IANTS co. HARDWOOD I-IATTIESBURG Phone 52 PETAL, MISSISSIPPI THIS BOOK DESIGNED AND PRINTED BENSON PRINTING CO. COMPLIMENTS OF COLUMBIA PUBLISHING CO OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING COLUMBIA, MISSISSIPPI J :5::,:::::::2,:::- Q .,:- 'g:g 5 AIIIII -,:g:f' Ours AIone 'n HaI'I"esburg LOVE DRUG COMPANY "The Prescripiion Drug S'rore" Ross Building ZOI E, Eroni SI i. I I I II I ni ,I j I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 fi 'I I I 4 z 1. 6 ei I I E3 6 , i I iI Si I I I If I 2, V 'Q I Ii ,i o I I I Ii , I , I I iiI I Ii, P, I I I growing . . . MISSISSIPPI SCUTHERN COLLEGE Where your Fashion dollars musr make sense LINGERIE - SPORTSWEAR - DRESSES - COATS - SUITS Second Floor B NS' Open a Convenienr ReadY'I0'Wea" Charge Accounr RYAN SUPPLY COMPANY . . . ibidfriguford . . . AUTOMCTIVE PARTS AND EQUIPMENT GAS AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCES JACKSON - I-IATTIESBURC5 - MERIDIAN "For 'rhe Besr in Bakery Produc+s" SMITH'S BAKERY, INC. Bakers of Smi+I1's Holsum Sunbeam Bread I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI . CML GN COMPLIMENTS Builders Supply Company OF "Building Supplies from I'he ground up" PM 4600 OWL DRUG CO nh- 4 Y s i ,aff X 4 4 lm' . 1 lr KI ' -Q Q' 51 iff nl gn .fl V ,. Q J, f Ill' " ' I. ix 5 I ff '. A .lblx .I if ' ' I I '1 '4, yt w 4 -1 dy, ' ,, 1 m ,1 1 4, 1M . x N' 1, 6' r J 5 fy P- C , Wm, , G us fl ll '19 ,IB ,Q, M A v 1 I p ' n' 'lf J


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