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

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u 4 x C 4 A X , I M711 gMri:f- -M.'.-fy ' ' ' 'i , frmizf-'m L" ..Qf+-Llnml 'Il THE 1952 SOUTHER ER OF MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE-HATTIESBURG, MISS. Those of' us here at Mississippi Southern College are now gathering many memories of places,friends,andoccurances which will remain with us for- ever. Those who have already graduated will ever recall precious memories of Southern, and the reminiscenses are all similar for the friendliness, companionship and atmosphere of MSC is such that will linger on through the years. Let's stroll around the campus and see just what makes Southern Mississippi's most promising college. i 1 F I i I ,g,H'."-'f ,f , ,AM ,QV H , .N "Hu .ff ' "' ,X Jef' .:"" jg f A dy 4 sf ' fr. f Q 1 in in A Gxwe rn' 'wif :F .fu 1 x X r U3 we-,.,, ., . Qymlx! K P H. ' '- 'FT' 'x "T-ff-'1 'X -X .fl-vv'4'y . 2' 4 Q-.55-L-Qf"5"",' Hffj'-.4 - .4 ,- .- -.ta--1 ,-,, .rf i .- ' '., ' . - .' .' '11 TI -N v,f1' ,rx -lf' ' ISN Upon arrival, the freshmen are greeted by eager, smiling upper- classmen. Their first days in college are made easier by those who already have found their place in college life. Parting from the family, friends at home--the strangeness of a new place soon disappears because Southern is not the place where one can ever feel out of place or lonely. 1 'iii X f H x 'f ff ,L w Q ,wb X ff'fS7Qx1 Wf w a f-1 11" f-+ if L ff T6 '59 4 f f G, Earls, .4 , 11 vv.i.g, ' ,I . . H. Ji. - A A , ,, , . , ,,, X 1' a ' ww- , 'Q 05 Liwax ' ' .""'f ,." ' v :Jw T ' ' 1 f- ' A4 r. ,wiitfumvl .M H , X W ,W , A K , Xf:fw 3g1w ,,. , 'ffjgxlb 1 'ff A - 'J ,, as yy, V, .. ' KH. ' Q" ' ' A '1. Q' :Qi V W I '- gi, f ' ., Q f -. W. .NX I A Q 4-' 5 , . , ' K fy - , 4 b ' , ' -" 5 if fn- fb. , .., 'W-.wgk , Q X Yimmgr Jxwvfse.-mP"?3 weft' . , J , f,www.- -M " " W, .ff z X- L K , I, K ,,,g.'3LM , 1 WJ Q 'Q ' ' - Q! l' .. PM "V -fs ' .1 1- ,- , lx .Q N'4.- , ,A , ,. -i . hc .. . V' R x I N ftwf ,ink , , .iM'.W.?uh,: , . A 'S ,R l- f ' -, -F F, Af n0'f,1j,.2 . ff , - of fz Nr iw .M JVM 4. ,F .' .,3Q,fu, ' 4 4 VZ f ,, n. 4 I 'A ' A I r xx lfy . ., ' X . J ' , , filf ' i ,. - , .e.- Sf' W. ,A X Y ,f ' 1 U, . -. ., . . ,i.gS. k, K, , . ...,1i,,g- Y - 4 1 ' up A 17 , 2' A fx .sv 1, P fr 'E' V is-5151 vu , , v 3 f 'gg , '4 ,Q F: . ' 1, 3 5:31-Fm? 3f"fT 4' H' 5: . 4 f .. A in All new students experience the feeling of being lost at their first registration. The long lines, the strange faces, all cause some anxiety. However, when the crowd gathers down in Wimpy's or when it rushes over to the post office, the informality which makes Southern famous soon suppresses all fears in the green members of Dr. Cook's great family. Jw? L Of course, there must be some time for studying and going to classes. The Southern ers, however, take all of this academic pro- cedure in their stride with the same smiling friendly attitude, for even the library isn't always dull. Here acquaintances are made which ultimately ripen into close friend- ships. 'Lf' Q71 In "'1"ll I ,-,,ItE1M 17HHfnmdln-I : : ll I n.lll 5 i s 5 5 1 3 i I Freshmen do not have much time to grow homesick and blue with the assemblies, meetings, and orientation program acquainting them with the ways of life at our college. With such a beginning, they can hardly fail. r y ep? W .-,, V'2 Q A "' ' ta t 1 1 Af 51? Q 1' L 9 N, I 1 it V. 5, ' ji Q 1, its 1 NLR 4 The sports activities and various campaigns all add spice to the college life, Then, of course, dating helps to take the kinks out of new students and puts new spirit into the upperclassmen. Surely, the best years of our life are spent here! D10 . ASIA ' TREE! e DW llg 0'f We 67' AA. 1 0' Z ff X . ,Q 41 , ,wx , 'xfqfygy V-L. V , . WW-ww' "" ' ' L j t W " W f LA 1' ' ' , .J -'s1f U' N f .-,f , ,,gL,VrfZwfL'W7i l f, ! ,W 'Wx ' fr After the f'irst day or two, nearly all the new students--except the greenest of us--know where and when their classes meet and how to get there. This first day is usually a hectic one in the life of a beginner, yet the names of the buildings soon be- come familiar, and the locations are no longer a blur in the mind. flwffff , N, X iw. 323 21, QL The president's tea helps the students to learn Jaguar 5' cj, .i."J'J,,: J. Uwe uk,-L io ,Lf ,M rfm..l,1.w.1u'J, -:N adults, t L' L, that the teachers are here to help-not to frighten or make college life miserailes 2 2 Z 2 3 5 5 That first conference with the Dean S317 TFT 1-1 rf' f" M- -K Mr vw 2- f- ,-- -7 K f- 4 KH -K Q- f -a, Us if' fo w,1n:.i.i, i ,.1vcr,u, ol ,u.o1-,fn lp: 7 :ui ir prisingly enough, an informal talk instead of a stern lectures fders friendly advice is given and griev- ances are heard and oorreotedi Students are aided in their choice of a major field as well as with all personal problems. Ufowmegfiol ss,:,1g1p:-mv ar-is 5? so ai ,o so i A1 If L.. f J i is .f-.. ,- sm. wi. s -rss, f .nas we e. :sv-. their problems just as freshmen are. ,,,t1-,.. Q-,, - ,Q up F, ,kg A A .Q 4,-as-. 2 . ., V, ., li , .,. ,.,. . F 1 . L. ,., Lil? l ZLL bfstlus "ui 3.i,JL".Qi 'L'Q:'Jlg.! f,gdQu:vL,L L points, and hours is here cleared up, The informal air which prevail between those in positions and the students wakes for easier Li ina and better satisfaction in a college eduoationf ,K 145 Ju 3 '- 'Fr 41, w Wei? 4 ,.,"'li'l' rf: V' ' - . 15- ,. . ,M Um- W '--f "'f.".l' H' :..' x -. -xi - x ' W ',...Q-.. K mr. .Lf-f ' -,X 1 ' "W" 1. , N . ,W ...ap-Q -M v-----5 sf, 5 1 by V nv E , - 1 E We f K1 W, iz 1 I A X 1 4 ,,,,2 .k,fv'?v?' Various activities take up much of the students' time and because -5 ,,-7,,.:,-V-.,, - -,,,,.,f. :A-,R,,!--2 ., i i.. ..-- ,VZ ,. L ... i Y , . ,. i --',- ' J -' :i.f'...f f'..-,f ,-,-,,Y' 'X , i. W, ' ' Y A in line in our cafeteria. Even this is fun and part of' one's college life 5 I A - , Y- - - , ss , A -V -V ,f " L' - , . ' ' ' v , in drama is distinctly emphasized. This year has seen a number of ,W-,,, , - V5 J 7 I I f I 0 2 5 I 1 F71 'Z' , Aw .-pq-sv' The ngrand hoteln houses the dignified senior women, and every , . . , . - . -, - -. - Y . Y, - ,A i ,- , , A W: ,. ,. .. , .- -, - , -- A - X, ,xi - -A 5 ya -., X 3 Q --V-s Aqg- ,-N -- -- -, -, x --, 1-,, 1 -i , ,W mf, 2 Z, Z .'..r Tl j.Lll'-' .. -I ., , .L- , "Q .., ,.. .1 .L -L x.,u:..g .Q .1 ..,, JCL.. ,- '.. .. o..L.. C ...i H' - addition to our growing college. All of the conveniences of Pa- 1 g'-1 -1'-N: L-fs --- :.l '.,,-1--'-, :.-urn Q -f':w,r D,'2'tl,"iL 1"-lain: "WH: 1' 1-rr: , Y Q .. .Y . ..' - .-1.- , ' -w.,L E.. '.-,., 4 7 fn.. -L .- -' ll -Lash Q.. J.. fu. 4- - ..4...'.,' - .Q V ,-. tor, even though it sticks-occasionally between floors, eases . , , , , , ., , 2 . i ,, YV ,. , :Q A A' lv., ,A Q 2 2 ., X1H.,'.., ll- : 11 T. :V . .1 .!- t,., Q .. -A -I Q--A -L -,W--,,.v..v.: . V ,,,,,, .,,, ,g ,M,,, ,,,,,-,, ,.g,,,..-,.........f,,-, ......- ...... V--- ..,...,v., .,N---..,- is just as much fun. Our dormitory life here plays a large part 0 0 . . Yes, four years spent at Mississippi Southern are four years to tell you so in no few words. The memories, friends, and N hearts for many, many years. With a background of college Y ' ' ' - 1 ' " 1 5. L 5 2,1 ' ' kg sn- : - Vuif, .' if 1" -' "aff 7,2 F11 'iw can any student in Mississippi afford to miss such an oppor- PS X ,w ,,,. . M . ,3.Y, A.- . 131 5. N-gf, ,"" M ,...f er- '+I -cnlasnil' '1 ' ' fr 6 'lf' M DEDICATIO Because she has dedicated 40 years of her life teaching and inspiring those students who have passed through the portals of Mississippi Southern College, because we admire and love her as both a teacher and a friend, because she is an esteemed figure on our campus pos- sessing those humane qualities which have made her unforgettable to the thousands taught by'her, and because she has touched the heart- strings in a fashion that reawakens sentiments that ring strong and clear, we respectfully dedicate the l952 SOUTHERNER to Miss Alma Hickman. 46-Q? GGVER OR "'7.Px THE BOARD OE TRUSTEES MRS. JANIE RICE TAYLOR ..... . ............... Jackson W. BACKSTROM .......................... Leakesville Central Supreme Court District Sixth Congressional District R. D. MORROW .......................... .Brandon R. D. MCLENDON ............................ Poplarville State-at-Large Southern Supreme Court District Members With Terms Expiring May 7, 1956 J. U. EMMERICH .............................. McComb H. M. IVY ........................ . . .Meridian Seventh Congressional Distrirt Stflte-at-Large R. N. HENLEY ........................... .... M acon MARTIN V. B. MILLER ................... . . .Meridian First Congressional District Fifth Congressional Distriet Members With Terms Expiring May 7, 1952 MRS. HAZEL PERRY LEE ....................... Eupora R. IV. REED .................................... Tupelo lfourth Corzgressiorml Distzirt Northern Sllf1I'f'IIIt' Court Distrift Il. C. CARPENTER ......... .............. R olling Fork R. B, SMITH, -IR. .......... ................ .... R i pley Thirzl Corzgre uional District Serond CVOIIQIYSXTOVIIII Distrirt PAUL H. BUVVRE ............................. Hernando 1.11 Bnure Trustee fDeSoto Countyi Oiliicers of the Board I. XV. B.fXC1KS'l'RUM ..... .. .President E. R. JOBE. . . .. .Exvvutive Secrctrxry PRESIDE R.c.cooK The leadership and gracious manner of Dr. R. C. Cook, President of Mississippi Southern College since July 1, 1945, has made our college what it is today. His administrative ability, tire- less efforts, and extensive background in educa- tion have won for him the respect of our state and the admiration and love of our student body. His faith in the students at Southern and his unending efforts for the advancement of the college have made him irreplaceable in the growth and development of this school. 151. 5 4 Q 1 Z f f ' if , Q 7, s .fy fn, I fx f e t:.,,t ,, , I. ., , ,1,, 4 Zrfglw I f iz gxymif , If 92 , t sw" R2 QW. wi f I 'J s e C . M 5 ,X Q , , rf J W, 7 if it V 1 ' 1 ,x 4 Y X 7 s Y. E a W., Q. sr' , A -'wif f . a. . - ww- . -.IN I A is 1 w mg, V tw estate-N 't - . was ,. W' J "W-,.,,s:'1T4i-' ,df 'M ff' H X . .ve is 4 'wave ,,e"1'3""i-:. Q " M, taM.-S.r4t . 1: 4. 1 five N A ..1.,..M,t -QQQ,-'35 -.i if by QM , . A I 1' I . Q" tk ' 'Y u.+.- 2, 5 'A wt ' ".t. f 4 ' QV .J evra . ' ' 'rt " ,tw-,. " W.. 4 , 4 . V' X .' 0' ' - -1- ' -, . . , .,vl.,.g -I fer, ,..-, , I. V4 -1 ,I , . V-ups. :tg-g, 'tg ,ri 'fi' -2-"ea-it ua -.s 'v--uf fi Q fy- THE DEANS 4 1. x 5 lx DJ: LLZL.. DR. R. A. 311-IHCMORE DR. I'OR'I'l'IR L. FORTUNE DR. YV. H. SYMRALL B.A., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., BLA., Ph.D. BN., BLA., l'h.D. Dean of the College Assistant Dean of the College Dean of Graduate Sc-hool MRS. LENA Y. GOUGH DR. R. G. LOWREY B.A.. BLA. BS., BLA., PILD. Dvnn of Nlnm-n Dean of Student Nlllfnre 41? I I8 DIVISIO HEADS ROY G, BIGELOW ............... Education and Psychology B.s., M.A., Ph,D. JOSEPH ARTHUR GREENE ......... .... C ornrnerce AB., M.A., Ph.D. Second Row: BERTI-IA M. FRITZSCHE .......,........ Home Economics B.S., M. S., Ph,D. HARRISON H. FINLAYSON. . . .... Military Science B.S. Third Row: J. R. JOHNSON ............... Extension and School Service B.S., LL.B., M,A,, ECLD. CLARENCE E. MCCARVER. . .Health and Physical Education B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Fourth Row: JAMES FREDERICK WALKER ......... Biological Sciences A.B., M.S., PILD. J. DALE WELSCH ................... .... S peech Arts A.B., M.A., Ed.D. Fifth Row: LEON A. XVILBER ................. .... S ocial Studies A.B., M.A., PILD. THOMAS DANIEL YOUNG ........ Language and Literature B.S., M.A., Ph.D. NOT PICTURED O. V. AUSTIN ............ Physical Science and Mathematics ALB., ALA. JOHN M. FRAZIER ................ ..... P ractical Arts B.S., MHA. FRANK EARL MARSH, JR. ......... . . .Fine Arts Mus.B,, M..-X. I9 Ambrose Anderson, I. A vera B054-hert Burns Curr Crit:-s Darby lln vis, J. 'I'. Dnrkee Eicle Elkemn Ford Fortune- Frazier llnll llnrlun Hawkins llupkins llnnl lmhrugulin liinp: lmlnlxkuv Ima-4-In Black Bolton Burroughs Congleton Cooper Coppola Davis, Marie D'0live Duncan Eubanks, L. Eubanks, YV. N Felller Gill Gough Griffis Hefley Hickman, A. Hickxnan, B. Johnson, M, C Johnson, S. S, Jones Lok Lowrey McClure FACULTY 81 ADMINISTRATIO First Row: CHARLES EDWARD AMBROSE . .............. ... ...Art .B.Iv.A,, lXl.A. MAUDE VIRGINIA ANDERSON ..... .Circulation Librarian AR.. M.A. PEGGY GOREE AVERA. . . . . . . . . .Latin-American Institute A.l2. HAZEI. M. BLACK . .. ......... ... . .. . ...Education AD., MA. WILLA BOLTON .. . ............ . ...Geography AE., M.A. HERMAN BOROUGHS . ..... . . . . . . . .. ..Educatzon BS.. M.EI,I., I7lh.17. Second Row: ELSIE JEAN BOSCHERT .... . . . .. . .Horne Economics B.S., MS. ZED H. BURNS ....... V .................... E ducatzon HS., MS., L.4i.D. WILBUR LLOYD CARR . . . .Health and Physical Education A.B., NI..-X. ROBERT C. CONGLETON ......... ..... P sychology HS.. ALS. NAN COOPER ................. . . .Critic Teacher BS, MS. THERESA M.ARY COPPOLA ...... ...... H ome Economics ILS., MS.. IC4l.lP Fifth Row: JIMMY FORD .......... II. ......Latin-American Institute S., MEX. PORTER Llili FORTUNE, JR. ........ . .History and Asst. A.Iz., JOHN M. FRAZIER ...... Dean of College l'lI If ALA., . . , ...Practical Arts PLS., M,A. ALTRA HOWSE GILI. .... . ..... .. ..H0rr1e Economics HS., ALS. LENA Y. GOUGH .. .......... . ...Dean of Women M.A. DEAN PACK GRIFFIS .......... ....... .English HS., M.A. Sixth Row: EDWARD EMERSON HALL .......... .. .Geography I2.I5tI., MS., I'I1.Iv. WILLIAM B. LLARLAN . .. Ia ..Con1merce " M-X IVIARY SLOAN HIKWKINS ........... ..English AIA., HS., ALA. HAROI,D M. HEFLEY ............... .. .Biology IIS., MS, I'h.1v. ALMA HIOKMAN ............................ English AB.. Ph.l'i., ALA. BETTY TRJXVIS HICK MAN . . . . . . . . . . .Physical Education B.S. Good Citizenship Awards 1950-51: Tommie Pope, Woodie Cook Our President's right hand Third Row: CARL R. CRITES ...... .... ..Economics and Marketing A.B., HS., ALBA. U O.N,DARBY ........ ...Registrar BS. MA. A J. TREADWILL DAVIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .History HS., MA.. Ifn.D. t MARIE DAVIS . . .. ............. .. ...Education A.B. M.A. ANNIEL.D,0LlVE..... ..... ..... ..Art B S MA. RUTH B. DUNCAN . ...... If 4 Nl LI... A . Fourth Row: CARL C. DURKEE ....... Q. B.S. KATHERINE MARIE EIFE .. RluS.B. CHARLES ELKEMA ....... .x.R., M LEON EUBANKS ......... W. W. EUBANKS .... .... B.S. A., M 1- 'iIf.if' Mus. Rl Il. A., Ewl.l M..-X. Reference Librarian . .Psychology ... .Mizsic ...Education .......Englzsh Superintendent of Grounds BLS. V'lRGlNlA ESABELLE FELDER. . .. A.B., M.S. Math. and Asst. Dean of l1'0rnen Seventh Row: BESSIE COOPER HOPKINS .. .... .... . . .English AB., BS, ALA, GEORGE GIBSON HURST ......... .. .Chemistry BS. GEORGE EUGENE IMBRAGULIO ..... ..... .... . . Piano hIl1S.B.. MIISQXI. M.-XRlON CLOWER JOHNSON ......... Physical Education B S Nl S .R., I .I . SARAH STEVENSON JOHNSON ..... ...Language A.B., MA. EMILY PEYTON JONES . .......... ...Education IIS., ALA. Eighth Row: JOHN M. KING . .............. ...Education I ALA. NORVIN L. LANDSROV ... .VLBA PEARL REYNOLDS LEECH ...Education MA., I-II.II. . ...... . . . ...Education A.B., MAX. WALTER JAMES LOK .. . .........Art H.l IOS,, 1l,l PI-S, R. G. LOVVREY ...... . ................. Dean of Men 'I lms., BLA.. llI,lY. CORRINE IVICCLURE .... . .Supervisor of Student Lounge B.A. M vLe-more BI4'flll8g'g8 Magee iluller Munn Olsen P1-lleltieri Phelps Pryor Rife Robbins Roberts Nlmmls Stout Sumrall I homus, 0. M 'l'lunnpson Thurston Yinm-elgv Hillel:-ll NYM Q-rat ripu N ilhe-r Hlmqlrllff Milam Miller Missile Owings Palmer Patton Pulley Beck Reindorp IRINIGIIIEIIIII Saetre Scott Switzer Thomas Thomas, E. J Turner Van Hook Varrelman Watkins W'ills NVQ-bb Young - FACL LTY 81 ADM NISTRATIO First Row: SALLIE STEVENS MCLEMORE ............... Education BS., M.A. CARL L. MCQUIXGGE . . .Director ofDenI011strati0n School B.S., MA, MARY JO MACEE ......................... Librarian A.B., BS., in ILS. LLOYD MILAM .......... Health and Physical Education A.B., M.A., Ed.IP. I LEO REYNOLDS MILLER . . . . . ........ . . . . . .Education B.S,Ed., M.S.Ed., EiI.I'I. JOsHUAM.MIssAL................ ...Music MuS.B., Mus. M, Second Row: LEO CLAUDE MULLER . . . . .... . . . .journalism PILB. JACK DOUCLASS MUNN . . . . . . . ..Mathernatzcs BS., M.A. ELLEN MARIE OLSON . . . . . . . . .. . . .Critic Teacher M BS., M.A. A FANNIE OWINGS . . ..... . . . . .. ...Home Economics B.S., MS. JOHN T. PALMER .. . . . . . . . . . .. ......... Englzxh BS.. M.A. TVIINNIE PATTON .. . . .. ....... ...Home Econonzzcx BS., MS. ,PY . I,I I . wr. A ' r It-fi .1 ...-irirmf. f ,ffdr . 'GP-R. 'Ye-. Oops! What happened. Mr. Cameraman? Third Row: ...Reading Clinic A. J. PELLETTIERI . . . . . .. ........ BS., M.A., IiII,II. I ROGER PHELPS . . . .. ............ ....Mus1c BM.. MM., I"II,II. THOMAS MORRIS PRYOR . .. ....... ..... . . .Commerce BS., M.A. MARY WINSTON PULLY . .... Director of Correspondence HS. .. ...Commerce FRANCES RECK .... .. .......... BS, M.A. I REGINALD C. REINDORP . . . . . . . . . . .... .Dzrector, Latin- American Institute A.B., M..-X., Ph. IW, Fourth Row: L. A. RIFE ...Mathematics B.S., M.A. RICHARD D. ROBBINS . . . . . . . . .. . . .Mathematics BS.. M.A. ANNA M. ROBERTS ...... . . . . ...... ...Librarian A.B., M.A.. B.S. in ILS, I H. WILLIAM RODEMANN .. ........... . . .History B.S.. M,A, A GILBERT T. SAETRE .. .......... ....MusIc DS., M.A. GLENN R. SCOTT, JR. ......... ...... .Accounting BS., M,I.:.A., IQI-.A. Fifth Row: HUBERT A. SHANDS ....... ............ .... L a nguage I Ir M x Im lv XVILBUR VV. STOUT A. . . .English and Tutorials An., MA., PILII, WILLIAM HERBERT SUMRALI, . .Dean of Graduate Studies HS.. A.I:., M.A.. I'II.II. JAMES R. SNVITZFR ...... Health and Physical Education ILS., M,A. ERNESTINE THOMAE ........... English and Language A,I:., M.A. EDWARD J. THOMAS ........... .. ..Matlzematics A.I'a,, M.A. Sixth Row: LJRVILLE M. THOMAS .......... ...Irzrluxtrial Arts HS., M.A. .AMELIA THOMPSON ........... ..H0lll6' Economics Hs., MS. ERIC L, 'THURSTON ............ . .llflilitary Science BS, M.A. HENRX' G. TURNER ............ .. .Economics I2,S.. M.A. B. O. XLAN HOOK ............... ...Mathematics' A.B., M.A. F. A. xl.-XRRELMAN .............. . . .Biology A.B., M.A. -S One of the money-men Seventh Row: l'IEWVITT B. XVINNEDGE ..HiJto1y, Religion, and Philotophy A I- Xl A I-' lt S 'I' Xl I'II IW IRENE VV.-XI.DEN . ..... . . .... . .. ... ...Education ILS.. MA, ROBERT VVATERSTRIPF. .. .. ..... . .Voice I'-:,M,. MM. ANGELINE VVATRINS . .... Health and Physical Ea'ucation .Iz.S,, M.A. JOHN WILLIAM VVILLS .. ........ Speecli ana' Dramaticx A.B., MNA. JIXLLIE YVEBB . ........ . . .. .English A.B., M.A. Eighth Row: :XNNETTE B. XNILDER . .......... . .Library Science A.B., M,A. MARVIN L. XVOODRUFF ........... .. .lllilitary Science I-LS. iI1 M.lC. THOMAS DANIEL Y'OUNG ... ...... . . .Englijh HS., M.A., I'II,II. X 'X 'f I IN 1 ax -4 Composed of five elected ofhcers, a representative of each class and of each organization whose aims meet Student Coun- cil approval, the Student Council is the major legislative body of student government at Southern. Here policies of student government are decided, all student activities are supervised. and expenditures of student fees are allocated and supervised. In 1951-52 the Student Council helped organize the MSC orchestra, placed stamp machines in the dormitories, instigated the student loan fund and backed the Name-for-Southern con- test. GEORGE liIRKLxXD President of Student Government IIAHY JAf'Ql'l'lLINE Elxl N Presiila-nt of WIN 1 X THE STUDE T GCVERNM First. Row: Madison, Dlx-Manus, Pri:-e, Kirkland, Mensa-lls, Dr, Lowrey. Set-ontl Row: l,llH'l'PIllk' lllmt Nlllrp nrt-'4 lone Burch lunml x Ihird Row: Nldllweii, Runm-ls, Xhxllavr, liruntlw, Tnrrn-s, ata-veil-mul, lfuurth Row: llnrrnvll, Pi:-ri, 1 r 4 l r ll Xl r tl Bnylot, lic-aulnmn, Smith. Sixth Row: Ekea, Cleveland, Murff, lfittlllllll I me R1-uh xhlllllllll fs 1 Q7 ev MARTHA TRAYLOR DORTHEANNE MURPHREE .. WALLACE ALLRED .......... LLOYD SEXTON .... HILDA BRANTLEY . . . MYRT HODA ..... SID PITTMAN .... WILLIAM WICKER ... JERRY STEVENSON .... ANNA BROOME .... LILY LIMBAUGH ................. CELESTE FORTENBERRY WARD . . BILL MAGEE ..... ' .............. HARLAN VINNEDGE MAVIS HUNT ......... MARTHA CLEVELAND . . BILL REEDY ......... . . MEMBERS . . . . .Sophomore Class .....Hattiesbufg Hall .. . . .White House . . . . .Pre-Legal Forum .. . . .Pi Omega Pi ..... . .Newman Club . .Alpha Epsilon Delta . . .Wesley Foundation ..... Hfeathersby Hall . .Alpha Sigma Alpha . . . .Alpha Psi Omega .Home Economics Club . . . . . .Delta Sigma Pi ...Kappa Mu Epsilon . . . . .Beta Beta Beta .........Senior Hall ...Alpha Tau Omega CHARLES DAWES . . . RICHARD BASS . . . BOB MEASELLS . . . DALTON BURCH ....... MARJORIE MCQUEEN . JACKIE EKES ........ ERWIN BAYLOT BILLY MURFF ........ CATHERINE CLOWERS AIMEE TINDALL ...... .. BILLY MURFF .... JACKIE TORRES ...... AVA JEAN RUNNELS . . CAROLYN PIERI ..... CLAIBORNE GRAYSON ED AKERS ........... GLEN JONES .. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL . . . .Kappa Sigma .....Alpha Delta Mu ..........PiTau .. . .Pi Kappa Delta .....Ps3fehologj' Club 7lvfSlllI1F'll Couernmenl ...,Stadium Dormitory ...I"orrest County Hall .......C'hi Omega .. . . . . .The Southetner Mode1'rt Language Club ...Delta Sigma Epsilon . . . . . .Kappa Delta . . . . .Delta Delta Delta .Baptist Student Union .. . .Christian Federation ... . . .Student Print.: GEORGE KIRKLAND . .. .......... PI'f'5I.d1'?lf BOB MEASELLS .............. .... F irst Vice-Prosidetzt JAMES DOUGLAS PRICE, JR. .... . . .Second Vicfe-Presiclerzt DOROTHY MCMANUS . . . . . .Sec'1'etary JIGGS MADISON . . . .... T7't'H.Sll7'6T DR. R. G. LOWREY .... . . .A.dUl.507' Svatedz Ekes, Kirkland, McManus, Mmlison. Standing: Measells, Lowrey, I'ric'1-. Ani 1:5 , K 2 A 5 . 9 -'L SEEK F 9"5'i'5: 1 fig' J. ii .rSfvi3? '. fb 3 -Ex . Xl .MQ I Y fy. . -mm RWM., M Immrfshl-',. "" nv. '?"0m,,,,,0 Mmm Nwmwnwmhn ,'9"rS'laf7-,aw ' vmyag , e '?""wYnEm!,n AIMEE TINDALL BC JB MC if JRE .... BETTY TAYLOR . . . .... SUE Mffczocm .JANE SHUMAKER JEAN FERGUSON J,xc:K VULLMIZR . PEGGY HART JUNE QQJLLIER .. Bi DB MRASELLS .......... ........ .mmmmn BOB M EA SELLS liusimwh Manager N EDITORIAL STAFF .. . ......... Editor . ...Assistant Editor Class Editor Class Editor Class Editor Class Editor ... ...Class Editor Class Editor CYIIIXX Editor MR. T. PALNIER ..... BUSINESS . Business tllarzager CII..-'XRENCE INIILLING, JR. ..... Assistant Business Alanager Nl:-ann-llx, l'nIlm-r, Tinnlzlll JOYCE MAGEE .... .... S orority Editor CHARLES DAIVS ,........ ..... F raternity Editor MARTHA TEMPLETON .... ......... C 7rgani:atiorz Editor DAMON BALL ........... ................ S ports Editor LOU LAIVRANCE .... .... R eligious Organization Editor MARY LOU POYVELL ........ Religious Organization Editor VVINFRED MONCRIEF ..Clroup and Snap-Shot Photographer MARION TRIKOSKO. . .Group and Snap-Shot Photographer BC DB VVALLER ........ ........ B eauty and Class Portraits ...........I"afu1tyAdvisor STAFF JERRY FELKINS .... . . .Assistant Business Alanager MR. J. T. PALMER . . ...Farulty Advisor Milling, Nlvauells, 1-'elkins 'Nl Xp THE1952 O THER ER Publishing the 1952 SOllTIIl'lRNliR has been a Combina- tion of much work and much funimostly hard work, too. The Stall' started oil' with a ban this ear-to et the Q Y g yearbook out far ahead of schedule. The usual difheulties were met, and once again the Staff is in the same predica- ment that our advisor says happens every year: We're ho Jin the book ets here before vou leave school! Our l 8 3 , Editor, Miss Aimee Tindall of Soso tthat SOSO Senior Top: Hart, Collier Bottom: Powell, Lawrance as the Print: onee ealled lierj found tasks lor us all: and our laeulty advisor, M1'. 'lf Palmer, demonstrated llle patienee of Job when we failed to meet deadlines, failed to get Copy oll' to the printer, and generally were lazy as a stall always is. Slowly however our material was assem- bled as our nerves beeame more "sl1ot.,' We hope the book is an aeeurate portrayal ol' this great year both in our lives and in the life of our Alma Nlater. Top: Daws, Magee Bottom: Mr. j. T, Palmer 1 , Q. A. s k V Q1 " ' -We -:shy , .ns 1 Inf? 'an LL.. THE ST DET PRI TZ The Stzuleni Prints, our ofiicial weekly publication of the student body of Klississippi Southern, is edited and financed entirely by students, under the direction of an editor. a business rnanager, and a faculty advisor. To Glen -Ionesh Executive Editor. to Bob Hicks, Business Manager. to lWr. Leo lXTuller, Faculty Advisor, and to the entire stall' go the thanks of the student body for a publication superior to any other in the state, Certainly no student Top: Mr. Leo Muller Bottom: Inside Dope publication can ever please all the students all the time, but we feel that our student publication has done an im- partial job of printing all campus news, although at times it has been criticized for publishing facts embarrassing to some readers. Qnlv by printing all the campus news and "letting the chips fall where they mayn can a paper serve its primary function-that of informing its readers. For an "All Americann paper, we say "thanks.', Top: The Editor Speaks Bottom: Mr. Muller and Secretary we S. i X in 1 GLEN JONES Executive Editor M BOB HICKS Business Manager EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS STAFF Glen Jones, Executive Editor, jack Strong, Managing Editor, Aimee Tindall, Makeup Editor: Dave Vowell, News Editor, Marion Trikosko, Asst. News Editorg Mac Theobald, Sports Editor, Davis Smith, Asst. Sports Edi- tor, Oscar Banks, Feature Editor, Ann Horne, Society Editor. Reporters: Jack Strong, jean Sumrall, Marion Trikosko, Dave Vowell, joan Waldrup, Clymer Wright, Francis Hilton, Aimee Tindall, Elizabeth Bennett, Seated: Stromr, Jones, Hilton, 'l'in1lxxlI Standing: Trikosko, Vowell, Langford, Smith, Horne Shelby Cochran, Richard Diamond, Troyce fiuice, Syd Hall, Roy Haines, Bob Hardin, Ann Horne, .lean Ken- nedy, Bill Kirkpatrick, Lorena McGee, Buster Nesmith, Deedy Sellers, -Iolyn Sims, jack Strong. joan Myers, Barbara Fortenberry, Joyce Samples, ,Io Ann Waldrup: Bob Hicks, Business Manager: Jimmy Price and iVilliam Wyatt, Assistants to the Business Manager. Hjalt, llieks, Price- f 3 . W'E'!.'1", W. S. G. A. First Row: Ekes-a, Limbough, Second Row: Bishop, Milner, Mrs. Gough, Stevenson, Murphree, Traylnr, Craig, The Woman Student Government Association, whose oilicers are elected from the young women on our Campus and whose members are the various house chairmen, han- dle all problems relating to our women students. WSGA is advised by Mrs. Lena Y. Gough, Dean of Women. Progressive Education is sometimes fun! 32 CHEER- LEADERS I r Phyllis Ivy, Bluldy Klien, Jerry Stvvensnn, Paul Pnllge-ff, Joyce Jamison, Merle Green, Kay Coker, Burk Farr. 1 2 i A package of vim, vigor, and vitality . . . with pep for every play . . . they Cheer thc Southern way. P E P SQ AD V Left to right: Virginia Etlwrimlge, Joym- Magef-,,Frum-1-s Lire-ly, Anne Ray, Martha Jones, Ruth Oliver. Frances I-lolifield, Mary Luu Powell, Beverly Small, Joanne Red, Dorothy Hillimns, Elizabeth llelmer, Jusephinu Frazier, Fay Muxey, Julia, Morris, Dorothy XVurren, Juanita Fergus-mn, Twiln Donahue. l 33 "The Wedding" Director john Mullin The Southern Playcrs. undcr thc cxpcrt dircction of Mr. John Mulliri, has ccrtainly contrihutcd more than O T H E R its share to student life on our campus during the prcscnt ycar. Such outstanding productions as "Out of thc Fry- A ing Panf, and "VVlicre tht- Cross ls Nladel' will not soon P IJ Y E R S hc forgotten. Its expcrimcntul thcntrc has providcd 1-xpcrienccs in acting, dirccting. and casting that lmvs- provcd invnluahlc. Top: "Where the Cross is Made" Top: "Out of thg Frying Pan" Bottom! "Cr0w's Nest" Bottom: Comedy Off stagc RADIO VVORKSHO To the many students who have worked dili- gently in making the Radio Workshop outstand- ing and to its able director, Mr. Frank McCann, we should like to say C'Thanks a Million." YVe've enjoyed your varied programs and think you've rendered our entire student body a valuable service. Spotlight on MSC 35 SOUTHER SINGERS MADRI- GALIA Seated: Langley, Myers, Anderson, Martin, Holliday, Reid, Montgomery, Craft. Standing: Melntpre, Cleveland, Treischmann, Scheffler, Riley The Southern Singers, an organization composed of outstanding young women sing- ers, has provided good singing that is hard to equal. Its performance has always been superiorg its audience always captivated. The Madrigallians, an organization composed of both outstanding young men and young women. is well known on our campus. Its service to our student body has cer- tainly been a valuable one. Southern can be proud of such outstanding singers. Seated: Nnwell, Yuunir, Umpe-r, Pressell, Skelliv, lluclson. Stamding: lhivis, Moore, storm, Selah, Dun- Left to Right: Mr. Shannon, Mr, Cumberworth, Miss Eide, Mr. Missal. Music lovers all over our state have constantly complimented the performance of our String Quartet. Its members, who teach in our own music department, have brought to us good music in a good manner. The Sinlonieta, composed of 22 instruments and under the able direction of Mr. Frank Earl Marsh, Jr., with Mr. James Shannon as Concertmaster, has provided expert music throughout the entire year. "Performance plusl' ,.... .l STRING QUARTETTE SIN FO IETA H ,X ' , , ,,.. . '- ' G , 1 z -'nf ' X -2:.a1:""-:.:::.' f vi f S ,I 4.-1. i., ' ' vWFf3i"m" ' f 1 GOLDE GTES Top: Band Clinic Bottom: Dancing to the Golden Notes S X V W . if 4' has f1?Z.,,2i..4.31H:". , U , ,.,. 1w if, V gimlnwmvw lu.. Bob Storey and his Golden Notes qt . Me. my 'g i f ' is Bob Storey and his Golden Notes, organized at the beginning of the present academic year. have contributed much to the student life at Mississippi Southern College. Their new "Be- bop" dress plus their semi-Stan Kenton style es- tablished their popularity early in the year. Southern is proud to have once again a first-rate student orchestra. Sax . Sax . Sax . Sax .... Ylflllllflff . rllllllllfltf . Trzznzjzef . Yll'0lIlb0Ill' Trombone? lflzyflz Ill Piano Drunzt limx . MEMBERS ...................LEoN,xRD DUFF .. . .JIMMY PETERS ........lIMMY SIMS ...ERNEST GURM.-XX . . . .CLIFF THOMAS .. .CHARLES WEISS ....WEBB STRIBLING . . .. . .. .BOB STOREY . . . .,xDR1.xN DUBUISSON .......M,x1u:tfs,1oRD.xx DOUGLAS FERGUSON ...HFELIX SPOONER s0f YA, 1? First Row: Craft, Reid, Freelalul, H'incllnun, Young, Riley, f'l9Y9lllllll, Martin, I'il4'llliIlL2', lludson. lirumlielil, Nelson. Seeoml Row: Nmvell, Measells, Densnn, Nkellie, Jackson, lllaeksfronl. Sl'lll'H'l1'l', Flililisezlles, Lucy, Poop:-r, llullialaly, llerrier. Third Row: Myers, Langley, Lowery, Strain, Case, lmwvs, Measvlls, Hay s, Nm-mansl, l"iSl'lll"l', iulllllllllll, Polk. Fourth Row: Myers, Montgulnery, Nh-iss, Ali-Clelluml, Harder, 'l'ln-ison, Storey, liaghp, Moore, Ilzuie, l'rn-ssell, .hula-rsun. Not pit-turf-sl: Me- Intyre, Stoner, 'l'l'l'iN1'lllllllllll, Vollmer. Composed of students chosen by audition, this group is directed by Mr. Frank Earl Marsh, head of the Fine Arts Division. The choir makes two annual tours, one at Christmas to present Handel,s Messiah and an- other during the spring. hlembers are Betty Craft. Joyce Reid. Sue Freeland. Peggy Windham, hlarcia Young, Gwen Riley, Martha F. Cleveland, Marie Martin, Bonnie Fleming, Myrll Hudson, Elaine Brumfield, Janice Nelson, Janice Nowell, Bennie Measells, Alice Denson, hlargarct Skellie, Sue Jackson, Jacque Backstrom, janet Scheflfler, Betty Clink- scales, Dot Lacy, Peggy Cooper, Katherine Holliday. Jan Berrier, Jo Ann Myers, Natalie Langley, Bill Lowry, Bill Strain, Trellis Case, Charles Daws, Bob Measells, Bill Hays, Richard Normand, Charles Fisher, Emma hlangum, Katherine Polk. Laverne Myers, Evelyn hlontgomery, Charles XVeiss, Charles lX4cClelland. Frankie Harder, James Theison, Bob Storey, Bill Baghy. Alvin Moore, Jack Davie, Betty L, Pressell, Ann An- f , derson. President, Katherine Holliday. VESPER CHOIR Top: Time out for Listening Bottom: Time out for Harmony C-QQ! V 4 1 ,- Lett fu right: Boland, Bb Clarinet Mary Franees Head Shannon Slyfield Ernest Gurman Bill Strain Robert Kareher Charles Thomas Leonard Dull' Samie Ellen Oden Betty Simpson Alto Clarinet Betty Sue Dudnn-y Bass Clarinet Bill Kirkpatrick Bassoon Peggy VVindham Alto Sax Milton Hall Judy Allen Tenor Sax ,limniie Peters Bill Bufkin Raymond lvlathers Baritone Sax James York Flute Nona Knox Edna Rive AN Oboe Sea rle Ca rson Daral Varnado Bb Cornet Bernard Yanzandt Charles Weiss lNebbie Striblinfi Jimmie Morrison Charles Fisher Richard Griffith Trumpet Cliff Thomas Dan Henry MEMBERS French Horn Fred Lander Joe Price Arthur Crimsly Norman Guyton John Richards Baritone Thomas Godfrey Edward McRae Trombone Charles Storey Adrian Dubuisso Eddie Starr fl Bass Robert Flurry Robert Coehran James Theisen Percussion Bill Wiltshire Douglas Ferguson Marcus Jordan String Bass Felix Spooner fmt NIR. JAMES SHANNUN, Din-etor I + ANTHONY JIMINEZ, Drum Major Hilton, Hotlu, Noto, Windham, Jiminez, Coston, Morris, Smith, Boland , The Homecoming March The 1951-1952 Band at Mississippi Southern College, with its new colorful uniforms and its strutting majorettes, is one that we shall never quite forget. Directed by Mr. James Shannon and led by Anthony Jimenez, one of the smartest drum majors in the South, our band entertained during the half-time at all our football games at Faulkner Field and journeyed with our team all over the southland. Its snappy formations and its H Mmww awaits' "Tv for Tech unique programs were enjoyed and always vigorously applauded. VVe missed the profes- sional strutting and whirling of mourn Tommye Morris of last yearg yet her little sister Rosie Ann and the other majorettes were incompar- able. The 1951-1952 Band, both the marching and the concert bands, made a big hit for South- ern. MSC's Concert Band I' ll I- IS fupt. 'rllllI'Nt0ll, IA. Vol, l"inla3 son. Faint Houlruii Second lou Nfxlllill' Ixnlpp Wl!Ng,t f0Illllll lex M!Sg'l. Moore, Nh larmr NlfNy.,t Ro ers Ngt lerrq-Il SUUTHER PRGGRAM Since the fall of the 1950-1951 ses- sion. Mississippi Southern Colleges Re- serve Oflieer Training Corps, under the uble eommand of Lt. Col. Harrison Fin- layson and his stall, has Continued to grow in keeping with all other divisions of the College. This division became the OUTSTANDING CADETS llrsi Row: Dr. R, 0, Cook, Fapps, Dil-lcerson, H'iIliams, Ll. n ny-.on. Sevmnl Row: llilvy, Walters, Sinopli, Maili- son. 'I'hir4l lion: linyloi, Slurpllg, ls02ll'4l,Ill2lll. Q, --1, . -nhl newest addition to Southern's ever-ex- panding curriculag yet it has turned out a large number of well-trained ofhcers for Uncle Sam's Artillery. The Battalion each year holds its an- nual military ball, at which time the new student sponsors are announced. Southern can be proud of the growth and development made by its ROTC. The battery and battalion drills have achieved a military look that is becom- ing. Eyes Right , 'K 0 4 . -'W -gk ix if y 4,52 X , Pg -wa? ., My Y' lx NQAS X 1 W' X f X . M 4 4 A, qw Q7 ff. V.. 5 1, . " f? px sf f X Wg, X, Zffbfxi fig fy 55 N ' This ffm. ig 9 if 7 I 42 5, 114, ,A W, ' , 5, L' A fr' f , ,. , Ma, V Ry. .Lila , D ' figffqmf, 'ww 1 -"'1-'i' " Lfiv 'ii ' Tw? 4 4 , A M, iwfiif 'TERFRATER TTY CQUNCIL I ID .XKICICS I u nlc nt et lllll'I'fF1l11'l'Ilifj' Fm Ku wx Y' X Seated: Milford Kelly. Alpha Tau Omega: Bert Campbell. Kappa Alpha: Aubery Weil, Phi Kappa Tau: Ed Akers, Kappa Sigma: Charles Daws, Kappa Sigma. Standing: llill Reedy, Alpha Tau Omega: James Priee, Pi Kappa Alpha: Tommy Thomas, Pi Kappa Alpha: Harlan Vinneclge, Alpha Delta Blu: 'limmy lNTeKen1'ie, Kappa Alpha: Ray licuirqe, Alpha Delta Mu: Ralph Kle- llaniels, Phi Kappa Tau. Aetivities of all Greek letter fraternities are eoorclinated . . . proeedure for rushing and pledging are set up , . , Calendar dates for soeials are assigned . . . all eampus fraternities are represented and the Dean of Men sits in . . . sponsors furmals and other soeial aetivities . . . partieipates in xmrtliwhile ventures . . . Ol"FICIiRS HDYYARD AKERS ... i ............ ...Prwfzluzzr IIARLAN YINNRDCIL . . .. .SFfI'f'fll7,l' BERT CIAMPBIQLL .. ......... ....... ' 1' 1'if11.i uw: -IIMBIY lN'feKENZIli ... . . ..S'111dr'11t ffozulrflHf'p1eier1!r1tfz'e DR. R. fi. I,UXN'Rl'1Y .. .... Spunim 46 OFFICERS JEAN KENNEDY ..... ............... .... . S 'igma Sigma Sigma PI't'Xlf1f'l1l' Alpha Sigma Alpha ELIZABETH HELMER ... .............. .... . ... lfiw-Plwirlent . .... Df'lfaSign1a lfpiilon YUBA JANE HENDRICK ... ........ .... Secrutrlry MARGARET VVRIGIIT . . . ............... . . .Phi .Mu Treaturer MARILYN PITTMAN .. . ............ .... D alta Delta Dfflla Reporter SHARON FRANKLIN .. . . .Chi Omega f,'0llI'fK.Sj' Clzairman DC JT LI.-YIIIHINGS . . .... krllllflll Delta Home Chaimzan Govcrns the women's fraternities . . . promotes inter-sorority co-operation in campus life . . . regulates rushing through rules agreed upon by all members . . . sets quota for sorority membership . . . opens rush week with annual pan-hellenic tea . . . composed of a junior and a senior representative from each sorority . . . local pan-hellenic is a member of a national pan-hellcnic conference . . . officers are selected hy rotation . . . JI l'resi1le-nl CA N Ii ICN N IC 4101 IH' ni' Ililll-IIPHPIIII' fiblllll ul PAN-HELLE IC COUNCI Seated: Helnwr, liennealy, Wright Stzmmlingz Pittman, Ile-mlrivk, Grifl'in Q' 'U il - Gm H"'n 'QM U' 47 X 5' X ff 32' .WI 1 HQKT5: tg!! KAPPA TAU Phi Kappa Tau has the distinction of being the first National Social fraternity on Mississippi Southern College campus. They claim members in various religious organizations: Pi Tau-Delta Sigma Pi-Publications-Dramatics-Pre Legal and sports . . . The "Phi Tau' social calendar is one that is well Hlled. Activities consist of the Red Carnation Ball, at which time the lovely sweetheart is intro- duced, costume parties, house dances, hayrides and sorority enter- tainment . . . Ralph McDaniels is Hrst in command with Merle Green coming in second. Leon Pringle keeps a record of all going on while Alton Le Febvre stands by with the cash. OFFICERS RALPH MCDANIELS .... ............ ....... P 1 'esident MERLE GREEN ....... .... V ice-President ALTON LeFEBVRE .... ............... T reasurer LEON PRINGLE . .. .... Corresponding Secretary BILL CORLEY .... . . . .... Pledge Master GRAY GILLASPY .... .... R ush Chairman BILL KENNEDY .... ........ C 'haplain MEMBERS First Row: Lewis Barber, William Boon, james Buck, W. Bur- roughs, William Byrd, Luke Caruso. Second Row: Jack Cavachevich, William Corley, H. L. Cornett, Lanier Crosby, Claude Delk, Richard Diamond. Third Row: Joseph Dickerson, Charles Fisher, Ronald Fournier, Gray Gillaspy, Merle Green, Roger Heitzmann. Fourth Row: Johnny Johnston, Billy Kennedy, "Buddy" Klein, Alton Le Febvre, Ralph McDaniel, Jack Miller. Fifth Row: Charles Mize, Leon Pringle, Hillery Quin, Tony Rou- chon, George Ross, Roger Simmons, "Bo" Smith. Sixth Row: Ralph Smith, Walter Swanner, Dave Vowcll, James Waites, D. F. Walker, Aubrey Weil, Tommy Whittingon. Not in Panel: Bob Dickson, Bernard Farr, Buster Nesmith, Dick Ober, Bennie Rackard, Gene Turner, Clymer Wright. 49 Q, I 1,1 l. Top: Phi Tau W'heels Middle: Sweetheart Banquet Bottom: French Quarter at the Phi Tau House IIIKT Gamma Zeta mstalled November 7 19-18 Founded: wV21Shl1'1gtOI1 and Lee LT1'11V6fS1tV 1863 K P P Colors: Crimson and Gold Flouers Magnoha and Red Rose. , 25 , fy pfflh WI Y 'S Q 1. 'tiff' Q A- ,252 , Yfwf 2 f 45.7 f, f A I , I ff , , Mk Z S J . ,,. 1 , hi. ! KU Q 94- 4 if 6 3.1 .... , , ' 25 gy 542 L ,. 3,1 is ALPHA ORDER The Kappa Alphas are especially proud of the varied extracurricular activities in which their members take part-they list in their mem- bership members in Pi Kappa Pi, Alpha Epsilon Delta-Dramatics, band, 'M' Club and varsity sports . . , On the social side the spot light shows the Kappa Alphas enjoying houseparties, pledge swaps, hay- rides and an 'Old South Ball '... Commanding General of the army is Jimmy McKenzie, his Colonel and right hand man is Bill Selah? Himbert Sinopoli and Syd Hall give the cadence count while Stiglets, Johnson and Capps straighten the ranks. Woods and Singleton are the sergeants and stand by to see that all goes well. OFFICERS JIMMY MCKENZIE .... ............,. . . . I BILL SELAH ........... . , . II HIMBERT SINOPOLI .... . . . III SYD HALL ............ . . . IV CLIFF JOHNSON ...... . . . V CURTIS STIGLETS .... . . . VI 'CORKY' CAPPS ............ .... V II RODDY WOODS .............. .... V III CHARLES GENE SINGLETON ........... . . IX MEMBERS First Row: Harold Applewhite, Stone Barefield, Jimmy Beech, Jo- seph Boardman, Gerald Brophy, Asa Bryant, Billy Bufkin, Tarver Butler, William R. Capps. Second Row: Bert Campbell, Henry Conn, Billie Ellis, Malcom Eng- lish, Pat Ferlise, Julian Frye, David Gavin, Robert Gray, Norman Guyton. Third Row: Sydnor Hall, James Hamilton, Stan Hoey, Paul Holmes, Bob Howie, Cliflord Johnson, Jimmy Jones, Dick Jordan, Mickey Kelly. Fourth Row: John Latimer, A. C. Loftis, Lester McGee, John Mc- Gowan, Gary McGergor, James McKenzie, Robert Morgan, Martin Mozingo, Martin Noto. Fifth Row: David Owens, Louis Owens, Howard Patterson, Jimmy Peters, Clyde Pigott, Harold Pressley, John Prewitt, George Robin- son, John Robinson. Sixth Row: Gary Rounsaville, Victor Rounsaville, Bill Selah, Ralph Simmons, Charles Singleton, Himbert Sinopoli, Charles Stewart, G. M. Stewart, Ralph Stewart. Seventh Row: James Stiglets, Harris Sullivan, John Switzer, Steve Terney, Charles Thomas, Bernard Van Zant, Jack Volmer, John M. Walker, Pettis VValley. Eighth Row: Carl Welborn, John Wellons, Cecil Williams, William Wiltshire, Roderick Woods, Robert Wright. Not in Panel: Charles Ainsworth, Prentice Bissell, Fritz Clark, Eu- gene Murray, Jerry Lyons, Raymond Sinopoli. 51 l I v ,I if 1 . Q L ...J nrgifg, -Tl Q I' E, at Li 'af '5"".4iR Top: Kappa Alpha Colonels lVIiddle: KA Homecoming Float Shines Bottom: Chow Time for the Kappa Alpha's ii---- Founded: UHIVCISIIY ofV1rg1n1a December 10 1869 Epsllon Nu founded December 11 1948 K A P P A Colors: Scarlet Wlute and Emerald Flower Llly of the Valley. , fa., , 4 I 5 me if f , fab , 'gqki :F '12?f'? 321259 y f Q "' I f V 4 W +. -W -me ' e fl' ! 3'f'? l ' f .qnu..--- SIGMA Winner in homecoming float parade-the "Sigs" were intramural champs in football-Its membership lists presidents of IFC and Stu- dent Christian Federation-Members in Pi Tau, Alpha Psi Omega -Pre Legal, Delta Sigma Pi-Student Government, FTA, Student Publications and Varsity Sports-Members in Who's Who and 'M' club . . . When the chapter lights are dimmed and the star and crescent gleams brightly on the wall, Daws swings the gavel, Akers takes over in his absence-Avara attends to the ritual and Leeson keeps the notes-Doherty ties the purse strings while Dutton and Fergerson stand by and keep all in order. OFFICERS CHARLES DAWS .... ....,......... ..... G r and Master ED AKERS ...... ............ G rand Procurator PETE AVARA ..... ..,.. G rand Master of Ceremonies JIMMY LEESON .... ... ......... Grand Scribe MIKE DOHERTY . .. .... Grand Treasurer DOUG FERGERSON .... ........... G uard BOB DUTTON ........... ........... G uard MR. ORVILLE THOMAS . . . ..... Faculty Advisor MEMBERS First Row: Mark Abraham, Edward Akers, William Avera, jimmy Brashier, Bill Burnett. Second Row: Alex Case, Tommy Commer, Edward Cook, james Doherty, Robert Dutton. Third Row: Ed Farragut, John Ferguson, Sam Gordon, William Gray, Claude Jennings. Fourth Row: H. L. jordan, Don Kruger, john H. Richards, Jr., William Schaub, Lloyd Sexton. Fifth Row: John Sproles, Ed Sobczak, Haskell Sumrall, Jamie Taylor. Not in Panel: Don Clemens, Stuart Covington, Dick Caldwell, Charles Daws, Walter Gorecki, James Johnston, James Leeson, Raymond Mathis, Jim Middleton, "Rusty" Sandifer, Art Smith, Gordon Thornton. 53 Top: Kappa Sigma Commanders Middle: KS Pledge lllaster at work Bottom: First Place Winner at Homecoming Kl Founded: Virginia Military Institute, September 11, 1865 Epsilon Upsilon installed November 19, 1949. Colon: Sky Blue and Gold. Flower: White Tea Rose. nr-T., ,.EvQ,. .ll 4 f '44 I f ...pf -Q ,ef , i.-v,.,2?Q2,:gf s. i vy " iff , f , 4' 0 '51, Q- 11 -f ' 1 ? I V? - Q 1 il is -v :er A, . f 422 as , M Y , 5 wx ie, ,Q .gf , "" - X N' I gfififf 1 H W X x , 4 ,M Q ' 4 i 4 , if f 3. ff y s , - H? .MI 2 -:iw-,.-.m,.., 6+ f 4 ,rn 4.1 V4 A l I Bxgi 1 s X781 TAU OMEGA Epsilon Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega is especially proud of the outstanding scholarship of its members and pledges, having won recently third place among the 115 chapters of ATO, Members of the brotherhood are especially active in Pi Tau, Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Psi Omega, Beta Beta Beta, Student Government, Choir, Varsity Sports, band, and Pi Kappa Pi. Four ATO's were chosen to appear in "Who's Who," one in Hall of Fame, and three as Class Favorites . . . Outstanding social events of the year included thcq ATO Hillbilly Shindig, Showboat Party, Orchid Ball, and Week-end House Party at Percy Quinn State Park . . . Worthy Master Bill Reedy heads the "ATO" household, Vern Easterling is second in command, Jimmy Sims does the scribbling, and Milford Kelly holds the purse strings. BILL REEDY ........ VERN EASTERLING . . . JIMMY SIMS ....... MILFORD KELLY ....... BILLY MacMAYFIELD MELBOURN LAIRD ...., WARREN FORTENBERRY WALLACE MAJORS ..... MR. J. T. PALMER COACH H, A. sM1TH . . . . . Worthy Master . . . . .l1'orthy Chrzplain . . . . . . . . . . . . .l1"0rthy Scribe I1'0rthy Keeper of Exchequer .. .... lforthy Keeper of Annals . ... .. .. ..lf1'0rth3' Sentinel . . . .lflforthy Usher . . . .Social Chairmrzn ....FacuIty Advisor ....Fr1cuIt3' Advisor MEMBERS First Row: Paul Andrews, Mack Baker, Damon Ball, Charles Bro- gan, Meredeth Burch, Dalton Burch, Billy Clark. Second Row: Buddy Dees, Bill Demoran, Mike Darby, Leonard Duff, Vern Easterling, John Edwards, Sam Ezell. Third Row: Jerry Felkins, Bob Friar, Warren Fortenberry, Bill Hays, Arnold Henderson, Anthony Jiminez, Ance Jordan. Fourth Row: Milford Kelly, Melbourne Laird, Elmo Lang, Donald Longmire, Bill Magee, Wallace Majors, Billy Mac Mayfield. Fifth Row: Ray McCraine, Ed McDaniels, Pat McDonald, Bill McDonald, Bob Measells, Bob Moore, Tommy Munroe. Sixth Row: Harold Moss, Walter Parker, Jerry Quave, Bill Reedy, Bill Reinhart, John Simmons, Jimmy Sims. Seventh Row: Bob Storey, Clifl' Thomas, Fred Wlalker, Fred Wilson, Luttrell Williams, Not in Panel: Erwin Baylott, Searle Carson, Bob Dewitte, Bill Dil- lingham, Olney Gibson, Dick Griflith, Erskine Havens, Jim Hinton, George Killam, Clarence Milling, Bill Mullins, Buck Rogers, Webb Stribbling, Charlie Weiss, Jim Hinton, Bucky McElroy, Wyndle Moody. 55 sf ao Xi 16 rf. it If ,f s A ,fs Top: The Alpha Tau Omega Generals Middle: Showboat Time for the ATO's Bottom: River Rat Wlinners ATQM , ff, 1. 1. Founded UHIVCFSIYY of Vlfolnla 1869 Delta Mu mstalled December 10 1949 Colors Garnet and Old Gold Flozwr Lxly of the Valley , 1-. Wei? fd ow' 4 2? Pin 4' Y 1 , it M 5 fi 4 gm f xi Q we 'Q 1. ,5 1 Q X 4 'Q YA Q 1 56 ffm 5- KAPPA ALPHA The 6'Pikes,' list among members, editor ofStude11.t Print:-Members active in Pi Tau, Chemical Society, Alpha Epsilon Delta.-Kappa Pi -Student Government and Varsity Sports---Members in 4'Who's Who" and 'Elvin Club-Band and Choir . . . House Parties, Dream Girl Dance and hayrides give the "Pikes" a well rounded social life . . . When the uPike" band is in meeting Jimmy Price is the conductor and Jimmy Gibbs his assistant. Bill Williams keeps the notes in order while Kiah Stockstill takes up the gold. Joe Price sends out notes to other chapters. OFFICERS JIMMY PRICE ..... ................ ........ S M C'-President JIMMY GIBBS ..,... .... I MC-Vice-President KIAH STOCKSTILL . . . ........ THC'ETreasurer BILL WILLIAMS . .. .. .SC-Recording Secretary GLENN JONES ..... ........... P ledge Master WAYNE MCGRAW ..... ............. H istorian WILMER DILLARD ,... ..... I ntramural Manager BOB HICKS ......... .... A ssistant Pledge Master LAMAR BRITTON . . .... MC-Sergeant-at-A rms BILL ANDERSON .... ........ S ocial Chairman GENE MYERS ...... ............ S ocial Chairman JIGGS MADISON ... .............. House Manager JOE PRICE ....... .... M S-Corresponding Secretary C. A. STEWART .... .................. C haplain MEMBERS First Row: William Bagby, William Bass, Rodney Berry, Dan Berry- hill, Joe Blair, Gilbert Brantley, Lamar Britton, Shelby Cochran. Second Row: Edward Courtney, Clifton Cran, Adrian Dubuisson, Maxie Dunnam, Webb Farish, James Gibbs, Dean Griflin, Eric Gunn. Third Row: Jack Gunn, Robert Harper, George Harris, g'Cooter" Harvey, Gene Hiller, Ben Hinton, William Houston, James Hutchin- son. Fourth Row: Freeman Jones, Glen Jones, James Langford, Fred Lemon, Edwin Lott, Frank Lovell, Wayne McGraw, James Madi- son. Fifth Row: George Metz, Gene Myers, Buford Nicholson, O. Pearce, William Phelps, James Price, Joe Price, Ford Ratclilif. Sixth Row: Reginald Richards, John Seal, Wade Simmons, Claude Smith, Davis Smith, Jimmy Smith, Kenneth Stanley, C. A. Stewart. Seventh Row: Walter Stewart Cdeceasedj, Kiah Stockstill, Sidney Sumrall, Warren Tate, Vivian Taylor, Martin Theobold, David Lee Walker, Bill Williams. Not in Panel: W. R. Anderson, Doyle Brantley, Tommy Thomas, Jim Whitelaw, Bobby Ray Hardin, Cecil Faulkner, Billy Joe Pujol, Claiborne Sheffield, Barney Meaders, Ed Courtney, Hugh Cutrer, Norman Furgerson, Michael Haas, Jerry Hackler, Bob Hicks, George Powell, Joe Shivers. Johnny Short, Doc Wadlington, John Robbins, Cary Thompson, Troyce Guice, Horton Armstrong. 57 aww. if , rr , .... Q2 , 4 IZ fi Top: The Pi Kappa Alpha Leaders Middle: "The Lucky Pike" Homecoming Flo Bottom: Banquet time for the Pikes Ill llKll...........-... 1 rw P" I' il ' , lx AAU' y, I f Founded: Mississippi Southern College, May 19, 1947. Acted as Theta Chi Colony during Academic year of 1951- I P H A 52 Colors: Green and White. Flower: Magnolia. ' if 'kay '14 S . i' 8 V' 2 by ,fx Rf i',,5?Eg?,i" han E 'YK J F 1 A 4 .,,,,,, X 1 . 1.11: I, X. at ..,, ,, f lfwiif ,.-, 7' - . 3- 1 , ' as -4 1 .A qw' if ' 1 25519 V. A 'W'-M-4' W- ' 1 -of T - .Q -125: K 3-,,j,3x-, 3' 1 ' 5 8 .Bl DELTA MU Plans are being made to become a national fraternity in a short while-Members take active part in various campus social and honor societies-student publications-student government and dramatics . . , Harlan Vinnedge is the Captain of the Theta Chi Colony and Bob Karcher is his first mate-Ray Bourg keeps the gold while Dick Bass chart out the plans. OFFICERS HARLAN VINNEDGE . . . .... Preiident BOB KARCHER .... .... V ice-President DICK BASS ... .... Secretary RAY BOURG . . . .... Treasurer MEMBERS First Row: Richard Bass, Forrest Blount, Ray Bourg, Charles Crapps. Second Row: David Darrell, Steve Fazio, Cecil Jackson, Bob Karshar. Third Row: Noel Lott, Ernest McBride, Will McLeod, Mike Nassar, Harlan Vinnidge, Not in Panel: Ulysis Barrera, Kenneth Koch, Hudson Nelson, Lytle Roberts, Jimmy Smith. as Q35 , tt fit. I fe-Q, e Top: The Alpha Delta Mu Officers Middle: Displaying Theta Chi loyalty Bottom: Lounging and bull-shooting at the ADM House lllIlll........... i L 59 .ff 1411, 1, Founded: April 20, 1898, at Farmvillc, Va. A Alpha Sigma installed May 14, 1937 S I G' M Colors: Purple and Wlhite Flower: Violct 'iw .F is 'll' 60 SIGMA SIGM Sigma Sigma Sigma began the grand march of national sororities to Mississippi Southern,s campus in 1937 . . . still marching, they are led by drum majorette Nova Walker , . . majorette Jean Ken- nedy takes over when Nova's out . . .dropping out of line to take notes on the formation is Betty Windham . . . mailing the statistics out is Jeanette Hogue . . . Shirley Murphy does an excellent job of budgeting the band . . . when they are not marching, their time is spent in dramatics, dancing, Pi Omega Pi, religious organizations and student government . . . two members are serving terms-im- prisoned as sweet-hearts are Jean Kennedy, Alpha Tau Omega, and Dorothy Ann Murphree, Pi Kappa Alpha , . , twirler Jackie Ekes substitutes a gavel for her baton when she takes over as President of WSGA. OFFICERS NOVA CAROLYN WALKER ............ ........ P miami JEAN KENNEDY ......... ..... V ice-Pmfdem BETTY WINDHAM ......... swarm JEANETTE HOGUE .... ..... C 07'f6,Yf707ldi7lg sammy SHIRLEY MURPHY ......... TIA60SUl'FI' Miss RUTH O'NEILL ..... spomof MEMBERS First Row: Ruth Blackledge, Hilda Brantley, Sue Bristow, Joan Crawford, Vivian Duckworth, Jacque Ekes. Second Row: Jeneatte Hogue, Phyllis Imbragulio, Jean Kennedy, Dot Lacey, Sammie Lee, Barbara Lenaz. Third Row: Kathleen Loftin, Gladys McCann, Janie McMenamy, Emma Jean Mangum, Dorotheann Murphree, Shirley Murphy. Fourth Row: Jean Nix, Ostra Pearl Odom, Peggy Opperrnan, Bar- bara Peaster, Bessie Phillips, Jo Jo Pittman. Fifth Row: Ann Ray, Ora Roberts, June Rogers, Billie Schwan, Patsy Toler, Jane Touchstone. Sixth Row: Nova Walker, Dot Walters, Virginia Whatley, Betty Windham. NOt in Panel: Mary JO Davis, Bonnie Fleming, Carolyn Garner, Top Officers of Sigma Sigma Sigma Jane McCull0uch. Bottom Time out for National Visitors QW? N! Founded M1am1 Un1verS1ty Gxford 01110 September 23. Colon Ohve Green and Cream Floeaer Cream Tea Rose. -'fx 'UE :fm .fi 1 A 'ff 1 ' ,.i fgf af i. . x 62 SIGMA EPSILO Delta Sigma Epsilon first opened the doors to its store at MSC in 1940 . . . manager is Yuba Jane Hendricks . . . assistant manager, Joyce Samples . . . Dot McLeod carefully guards the cash register to see that no bills float loosely about . . . the filing cabinet is kept up-to-date by Gloria Biehl , . . sending out of bills and reports is done by Mildred Black . . . "Rusty" Garrison lets old customers and employees know about the progress Delta Sig is making . . . Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity claims cute clerk Kay Coker as their sweet- heart . . . but on afternoons off, time is spent down at the Print: office, in Kappa Pi, WSGA, band, elementary and religious organi- zations. OFFICERS YUBA JANE HENDRICKS .............. ..... P resident JOYCE SAMPLES ..... . .... Vice-President GLORIA BIEHL ......... ............... S ecretary MILDRED JANE BLACK . . . .,.. Corresponding Secretary DOROTHY MCLEOD . . . . . ........ Treasurer LORENA GARRISON .... .... E ditor AUDICE LADINER .. . . . .Chaplain GERALDINE SMITH . .. .... Sergeant MRS. POLLY STOUT .... .... S ,bonsor MEMBERS First Row: Barbara Barker, Gloria Biehl, Mildred Black, Mary Brown, Mary Buchannon, Eloise Calmes. Second Row: Kay Coker, Judy Davis, Mary Davis, Billie Ford, Lorena Garrison, Anita Hardee. Third Row: Carol Harrison, Yuba Hendrick, Addie Mae Howell, Joyce Jamison, Joy Kessler, Audice Ladner. Fourth Row: Ann Little, Dot McLeod, Janie Marshall, Nettie Mul- lins, Joan Powell, Joyce Samples. Fifth Row: Betty Simpson, Geraldine Smith, Mary Smith, Linda Stockstill, Faye Stuckey, Mary Elizabeth Sullivan. Sixth Row: Jackie Torres, Beverly Willemocs, Bettye Williams. Not in Panel: Monita Prime. 63 Top: Officers of Delta Sigma Epsilon Middle: Pledges of Delta Sigma Epsilon Bottom: Outstanding members of DSE Illl ,lk 'Ng ' .l' 66.1 '0- 4,f.--'ALA AQQ: el' 'U Fouzzdul: Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, Novem- ALPH Beta Delta installed May, 1938. Cfolozw: Pearl White and Crimson. Flozwry' Aster and Nar- Cissus. VW 'ik ug1fvv,Q,,, I nk, c Auvf ,fy ass ,Q ' ff ij '4 .3-...w, 'A-nf To 572.2 N x- tai ,gigqw N54 MP: V 1 qs. sf, W: 25,1 : 2- , wx if ' it f ff of 3 55, N' Q :' bgfg 5.2 N , ,,., , Nm! xeu-'v'm"'-, .' . Y g 4 42 ' U ' ' " 3 , ,, "U ,lfki 1' ' 4 fel ,f 1 C9-. 25:53 -we ,- ' , , 5 Qfff V 1 x-A .. Q f ":l'Ji1"I"' im 1. xii Wm '-if IEW 'fr - H ' 3 1 Q. -. . -.- ,, S- W, -.0935 3 igigfrgtw, Q-fmiw I pg! 'w 2 3 ww L' 1 A .JB 'ff'-7' 'HQ If wx 64 1 SIGMA ALPHA Touring the United States, Alpha Sigma Alpha came to Southern in 1938, and, as a result, became the second sorority on the campus . . . in the All Girls Symphony, Beverly McIntyre is conductor . , . Martha Crosby steps in when '4Bebe's" off . . . Anna Broome composes . . . Joyce Magee sends her compositions ofl' to be published . . . Liz Hellrner collects when a new tune is sold . , . Lou Lawrance vocalizes on the hymns and Jo Waldrup writes the Phoenix. all the news . . . putting down her instrument, Aimee teaches the pledges . . . after the last curtain call the musicians wander off to Vesper Choir, Home Ec. Club, Kappa Pi, Alpha Lambda, religious organizations, and "Who,s Who In Collegesf' . . . Teacher Tindall edits the 1952 year- book. Jo Ann keeps the society column up-to-par for the Print: . . . L'Jody', Red's Prexy of the Pep Squad . . . High scholastic rating is evidenced by the plaque in ASA's practice room. OFFICERS BEVERLY MCINTYRE . . . ............. ...... P resident MARTHA CROSBY .... .... V ice-President ANNA BROOME ............ ............... S ecretary JOYCE CONNELL MAGEE .... .... C orresponding Secretary ELIZABETH HELMER ..... .... . . .... Treasurer LOU LAWRENCE .... ..... C 'lmplairz JO ANN YVALDRUP . . .. ...Editor AIMEE TINDALL .. . ..... Registrar MRS. LLOYD MILAM .... .... S ponsor MEMBERS First Row: Anna Broome, Marjorie Carroll, Joyce Cooley, Martha Crosby, Josephine Eaves. Second Row: Jane Evans, Jean Ferguson, Marjorie Hager, Elizabeth Helmer, Frances Holifield. Third Row: Myril Hudson, Sue Jackson, Lou Lawrance, Joyce Magee, Joyce McCarthy. Fourth Row: Beverly Mclntyre, Ruth Oliver, Mary Lou Powell, Joanne Redd, Carolyn Riley. Fifth Row: Jane Shumaker, Betty Rucker, Aimee Tindall, Jo Anne Waldrup. 65 Top: Leaders of Alpha Sigma Alpha Middle: Outstanding Alpha Girls Bottom: Future Alpha Sigs All Fouzzdudr University of Arkansas, April 5. 1895. C I I I Epsilon Drlta instdllcd .AIJIII 20, 19-19. CIOIOIWI Cardinal and Straw. Flozuer: Wfhitc Carnation. .6 4 Z ' L1 . 1 -.1 l .. I 1 A 2261-5 ,4- , V-u .,. ,,,1, e, fy .. ,. 1.0. f 1,7 1 4 1 1 5 C 1' f 1 i' ,, ,1 1 . x gi, 5 fx 'V 4 4 Q 'ij W ,M KM jGA A I if 1. ,1fg.f1- 5. Lg 1 - . 1, -M' 5 1 1 0 f I W AA' 1 f ' Z7 1 1 f 1 f ff! 1 if WW wwf 1 ,,...M.. ,,,, K X , , 2 1 as 4 , 4 wr fi ww Q. by A 62, ,, 1 Q' 5 2 or I, 4 11 117511, zf.: fxw ' 21 Qrifivfmgam 1 4979 3? lx 45,0 fm www N911 'VS' is 1 'r-., CJ' 'YY flux 'Q .N ci " 1, ?9v C Y av.. .L 'Qi GY' X EGA In 19-I9 a most unusual group of "lady pirateers,' abandoned their ship in Leaf River and marched on land until they reached the Fortress of Mississippi Southern College . . . here they settled down and called themselves Chi Omegas . . . Chief Pirateer is Dorothy Ann Stuart . . . When Dot is off on a secret mission, janet Landrum steps in her boots . . . Dot McManus removes the patch over her eye for a brief minute while she records the given orders . . . Janice Cook sends latest findings to the main headquarters . . . Ida Marie Milner familiarizes the "baby pirateersu with the tricks of their trade . . . all loot is kept under lock and key by Helen Welsch . . . Posing as ordi- nary students, they enter into activities such as Pi Kappa Delta, Al- pha Psi Omega, Pi Delta Phi, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Pi, WSCA, music clubs and religious organizations. OFFICERS DOROTHY ANN STUART ............. ..... P resident JANET LANDRUM ........ .... V ire-President DOROTHY MCMANUS .... . . ........ Secretary -IANICE COOKE ....... .. .ff02'lF.Sf107llff7Zg Sefrelrlry HELEN WELSCH ...... . ......... Trerzmrer IDA MARIE MILNER .... ..... P ledge AfIi.stre.ix MRS, MARY HAWKINS . .. ........ Sponxor MEMBERS First Row: Lucille Adams, Roberta Bracy, Carolyn Clark, Cath- eryn Clower, Pat Coleman. Second Row: Janis Cooke, Martha Cooley, Barbara Ann Conner, Nancy Corbett, Susanne Dugger. Third Row: Deon Dunn, Betsy Edwards, Barbara Fortenberry, Mitzi Fleming, Evelyn Francis. Fourth Row: Sharon Franlin, Betty Graves, Garnett Crifhn, Ann Hassell, Janet Landrum. Fifth Row: Sue McCool, Dorothy McManus, Jean Morley, Ida Marie Milner, Joan Myers. g - , W X Top: Rulers of Chi Omega Sixth Row. Betsye Nelson, Dorothy Ann Stuart, Betty Jean Temple, Middle: Chi O presents its Lucky Horse Shoe Joan Trischrnann, Joan NVelsch, Helen VVelsch. Bottom: Chi 0 Loveligs E lil...-...- 67 Founded V1rgm1a State Normal School F3I'IHV1llC Vir- 011113 October 20 1897 P Colors Ol1ve Green and Pearl WVh1te Flower Wh1te Rose. l - lL,41 68 DELTA On their pintos, palominos, and a few Arabian stallions, Kappa Delta cantered down to Southern's campus in 1949 . . . Riding the Blue X, Ribbon Prize Winner is johneen Ingersoll , . . sometimes, tho, A TI seldom, the honor is bestowed upon Emily Elam . . . when judges are called in, their decisions are recorded by Marsha Young . . . Pat Readman, dressed in her best riding habit, ably manages the budget . . . Every quarter Betty Craig begins training the new "lil, foalsn . . . being versatile, each equestrienne is a member in some other organi- zation whether it be Pi Delta Phi, Kappa Pi, Pi Kappa Lambda, Alpha Psi Omega, student government or Vesper Choir. OFFICERS JOHNEEN INGERSOLL ........... ....... P resident EMILY ELAM ......... .... V ice-President MARCIA YOUNG .... ........... S ecretary KAY POLK ........ .... A ssistant Treasurer JOAN FREEMAN .... ............ ,.,.. E d itor BETTY CRAIG .... .... M enzbership Chairman PAT READMAN ..... ............ T reaiuver BETTY HICKMAN .... ..... i Stbonsor se fi . 5' , MEMBERS , , , -if z First Row: Ann Angell, Bobbie Bacon, Linda Ann Bilbo, Geraldine Brister, Mary Ellen Chapman, Martha Cleveland. Second Row: Bonnie Curtis, Betty Craig, Helen Cryder, Mildred Dale, Patsy Dees, Betty Dudney. Third Row: Emily Elam, Joan Freeman, Mary Jane Harvey, Mar- garet Hathorn, Maymo Hoskins, Johneen Ingersoll. Fourth Row: Bobbie Jones, Ann Longcoy, Ann Lynch, Carolyn Martin, Carolyn McDavid, Libby Messer, Marilyn Newsome. Fifth Row: Kay Polk, Gwen Riley, jo Ann Ryan, Ava Jean Run- nels, Betty Saxton, Ann Smith, Jerry Stevenson. Sixth Row: Nancy Sutherland, Nancy Swetman, Virginia Tolke, Harriet Tomlinson, Joy Turman, Alice Wright, Marcia Young. Not in Panel: Dot Catchings, Hallie Houston, Betty Oaks, Billie , TOPS Kappa Delta, PCMIS , W.lk. Middle: KD Features Alladm and his Lamp .lean 1 IDSOII. Bottom: Kappa Delta Pledges 'em pretty MKB 69 QD. Q06 l 0 0 I u 4 Q 0. C 0 O 0 C I F011 r1dva': llVCSlCYL1I1 College, Macon, Gcorgiaf March 1852. Alpha OITllCl'0IllI1StHllL'd Nlarfh 25. 1950. I I I I Colon: R050 and W l1itC. F10zum'.' Enchantrcss Carnation. Q- W' 'VV 'QH1 Z 'Cf' 6 iv? in Q Aff ,N fs V ,Q 'Ur iv- 9... K -V ,A 5- A Ay: , gal l l . G Ash, 1, .X l Ml S 1.37 55- ",l Qs VX T17 -qi' 70 J On March 25, 1950, Phi Mu established its fortune-telling bureau on Southern,s campus . . . with profound efheieney Madame Mar- garet Wright reads the palms with Evelyn Montgomery helping out only when an unusual line appears , , . Joan Quarles fills out the Card for the Customers . . , when a unique revelation is made Sally Warren sends it to Phi Mu's National Madame . . . Collecting from the many satisfied customers is Jeanette Weathersby . . . and Marlene Brantley and Mary Catherine Frazier spend several hours a week instructing the younger palmists . . . more palms can be studied when they enroll in Kappa Pi, Southern Singers, Southern Players, the band, and the Student Print: . . . Evelyn, the red-head, and '4Kat" often forget to read palms and resort to reading music in theVesper Choir. OFFICERS MARGARET WRIGHT ................. .... P resident EVELYN MONTGOMERY . . . . .Vice-Preiirlent JOANNE QUARLES ...... .... S ecretary JEANETTE VJEATHERSBY ..... ....... T rezzsurer MARY KATHERINE FRAISIER ... ...Pledge Directors MARLENE BRANTLEY ........ .......... P ledge Dirertors SALLY WARREN ...... ..... C orresponding Secretary MEMBERS First Row: Calista Adair, Marlene Brantley, Frances Bratsehi, Betty Craft, Sue Craft, Julia Cropper. Second Row: Frances Evans, Josephine Frazier, Mary Katherine Frazier, Sue Freeland, Sue Freeman, Ouida Gean. Third Row: Mary Gail Henley, Katherine Holliday, Marlene Hub- bard, Nora Huffman, Martha Nell Jones, Natalie Langley. Fourth Row: Lily Limbough, Evelyn Montgomery, Eleanore Par- ker, Joanne Quarles, Deedy Sellers, Dot Shoemake. Fifth Row: Jolyn Sims, Lessie Slay, Mildred Smith, Chloe Taylor, Martha Templeton, Sally Warren. Sixth Row: Jeanette Weathersby, Zadie Webb, Laura Wilber, Bob- bie Williams, Margaret Wright. Not in Panel: Joy Ross. 71 Top: Phi lNIu Jewels Middle: Time out for the Phi Mu Float Bottom: Formal time for the Phi Mu's WM-M.. 7 ivjx 1 47 0- LQ' 'Ya 1 L , X!.f,A,W Founded: Boston University, 1888. D I : I ' I 1 I Phi Epsilon installed, May 1951. Colors: Silver, Gold, Blue. Flower: Pansy. 'N . ,. . ,Z f q lw- am- 1 . 1- ll if 7 4 . " 1 M, ' 3- - ZSQJIWS fix - Nh' 1 Aww,-'ff ' 9716. fs? ,Q . .. 1758 Y, 5 'ami Q' J? y , Q W Af Q X 1 was kgs! 12 Y Q A aw, W4 fm. ibn H. 'Q W -.J 1-,4 mv ns, . V ' 'Wy in-ff in ,X . Q9 '95 5 1 C7 f kifk, ?f.,.sS2Xff' .4 is 45 lf - " ' 4 A ' 51 --wh was 'TW ' TB." r - . 1 . '-fig' ef' M' "" L is if ' , , -mv 5: 7 1 53 4 nmflxk "tv K lr 'G- DELT DELTA The Royal Court of Delta Delta Delta established its kingdom at Mississippi Southern in 1950 . . . as Marie Stoner reads soft words in a reverent manner, Queen Marilyn Pittman gracefully marches down the pansy-carpeted aisle . . . junior queen Martha Traylor follows closely . , . Mary Ellen Barber spends a portion of her time in the Royal den, writing down what Queenie has to say . . . Carolyn Pieri sends a monthly report to National Council of Queens . . . jewels are locked in Elsie's gold bank . . . their life of royalty is intermingled with philanthropic activities, music and religious organizations, dramatics, and all phases of campus life. OFFICERS MARILYN PITTMAN . . . ............. ......, P resident MARTHA TRAYLOR . . . .... Vice-President MARY ELLEN BARBER . . . CAROLYN PIERI ............ MARY ELIZABETH AIKENS . . . ...............Secretary ....C'0rre5p0na'ing Secretary . . . . ...... Treasurer MARIE STONER ............ ........ C 'hnplrzin DONNA JOHNSON .... ..... R ush Chairman SARA ELLEN KAMPER . . . .... Social C'hHf7'77IfI7Z JO ANN MELOAN ...... . . ..,. Ilffarshall MISS ANNA ROBERTS .... ..., S ponsor MEMBERS First Row: Elsie Aikens, Judy Allen, Jacque Anderson, Mary Barber, Martha Barron. Second Row: Jan Berrier, Patricia Brunner, Jane Covert, Dorothy Darrach, Clay Fields. Third Row: Mary Fletcher, Sue Frost, Georgine Goethals, Cath- erine Haggerman, Donna Johnson. Fourth Row: Sara Ellen Kamper, Marianne Lindsay, Marianne McNair, Jackie Massey, Wiggie Matthews. Fifth Row: Ann Nelson, Carolyn Pieri, Marilyn Pittman, Lelia Ruf- fin, Nancie Stuart. Sixth Row: Martha Traylor, Ruth VVatts, Bichette Worthington, Jane Carol Yelverton. Not in Panel: Jo Meloan, Marie Stoner, Janice Tant, Marjorie Hol- laday, Louise McGinnis, Mary Jane McLeod. 73 Top: The Delta Delta Delta Leaders lN'Iiddle: Singing of Tri-Delt Loyalty Bottom: Slumber time for the Delta Gals All-..-. 1 E E I' -gn- i le ,. Q. 1 L D049 ,fp- I ff AND CHO SQD 55... ' 7,13 . Q 'S ,x I J I "Q 'z R PREXY TIME FOR THE JOURNALISTS I H I, ,QOUQQ I S . ao'u,'ll"'2I 9'j. .UIIUVQQI .ow Nnm,,g,:' .jlhqvgl 'A gui Ixirr 'f 'li D INKING IME FOR THE MCCOYS BBW r '1 U .4 Q P T . CAVEMAN STYLE "4" E' lv . 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A N 1 5 1 A 'H e 11 ' 1 TO THE STUDENTS OF MS lore LS 5our Beau y Pnrmde of 13.10 as a result ci' thc conto t phnsorcd by the 4' udent Council For tue ,ulendld co ovcrntfcn 1"6YlI1CI'.fd the staff and for e e t H1 e-r1cc, .xeS T-'o thc O H3 comends TOLI For Jour cntjoywcnt, hers- are your avr tes Respectfully your: ifnce .in a , -dltcr s Q in Seated: Grvvn, Gvnn, Iirunm-r, Traylur, Magm-9, Ingersoll, Dent, Kvnned3'- Stumlim-Z! Angell, XPISOII, lf3mD9l'. 'W'Hlk9l'. Bllfbfr, Sllxhfll, I.ylH'll. Langley, lfurtenberry, Stuckvy, Samplm-s, Hugger, Frankhn, Francis. S2 by-3? -ix i gl 5 GBX Angell 9 Ellen B Mary afb 61' fx 7 7 O n Y V A YWYCY dl Bm Maw flfl U ent 7' NN i ,wuv anne Dngger beffy Ev ely n Ffa ncls Snz Ba F often rbafa 6011 Ouida G F' 1. 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BURCH, JR., McComb, Mississippi, Al- pha Tau Omega, Alpha Psi Omega, Beta Beta Beta, President of Phi Eta Sigma, President of Pi Kappa Delta, President of Pi Kappa Pi, Vice-president of Pi Tau and Acting President, Second Vice-president of Student Body 1950-1951, Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities in 1950-1951, Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities in 1951-1952, State President of Baptist Student Union for 1951-1952, Southern Players, Member of Interfraternity Council, 1950-1951, Alpha Phi Omega. MARY JACQUELINE EKES, Laurel, Mississippi: WSGA President 1951-1952, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Staff of 1950-1951 SOUTHERNER, BSU Ridgecrest Represen- tative, Beta Beta Beta, Phi Delta Rho, Class Favorite of 1950-1951. JOHNEEN INGERSOLL, Biloxi, Mississippig Fresh- man Queen of 1947, Vice-president of Kappa Delta, 1951-1952 President of Kappa Delta, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, 1950-1951, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges 1951-1952. Student Print.: Staff, Member of Student Council, Treasurer of Kappa Pi, Phi Delta Rho, Senior Class Vice-president, Beauty Parade of 1951-1952. THOMAS GLEN JONES, McComb, Mississippi, Ex- ecutive Editor of Student Print: for 1950-1951, Execu- tive Editor of Student Prints for 1951-1952, Pi Tau Leadership Fraternity, Publicity Director for Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Student Council Representative, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, in 1951- 1952. M51 . w- ul X-m , se i 1 . 5 a 5 . HO' ,1 'iff1?'f'11, 1 ""',,u,w H O IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES A N D C O L L E G E S ,, ,,, xf yg --r qw 4043 wr' R ,er EDXXQXRD AKERS ROY BENNETT DALTON BURCII XYILLI.-XM CAPPS BETTY LI' f ONTOX MARY ANN IDENT MARY ICKES EMILY EL.-XM Ll'LA F.-XNCHER ERIC GEIGER C, ICIDXXXXRD AKICRH, JR.: l.?llIl'b'l . . . Pre-Sid 111, Stud111t 1"h1'istiz111 1511111-:1ti1111 Mzijurs Club , , . YXYA . . , BSU , . , XYSGA , , . Rand 5, l1f1l1'-111111111 .... Illllilbl' 1'l:1:s p1vsi1l1-111 . . . X'i1'1-'-1ll'6Si'1li"I'lt, Kzunpzi . . , M:1j111-11119, S :g11'1:1, i'1'z111J1'11it1' . . . S111-1'1-tz11'y, l11t1'-1'11'11t1f1'11ity l,'0lll14'il , , , XX'1-st- Y H - 1 1 ., , - , , . . 1 , ,A 111i11s11-1' lf'11ll11wsl1l1, Pi Tuu, ANN DEAF' Dekalb ' ' ' PM Delta Rho ' ' ' Imnu 'limi' ' ' 1 . 1. . ' ROY L. I5!CNNlE'l"l': ll:1tti1-sl1L11'g' . . , Pi Kappa Pi , . , KHIIIWZX Mu , . , . , , , , ,, V ,,, V . - ., ' 118111111 . , . Sl11111'11t Alliliutws 111' A1111-1'i1-:ui V115-111111211 S01-11-ty. MAhx. 'IArQU,hl'lN,F1' hkhs' Lflulw ' ' ' W ?.t"A' I"kflq"l1F 19"1"'2 A M , , , , 1 , N4 h . . . Slglllil blglllil migmzi , . . Suutherxiei' slat! . . . BrL 11lliLZ4'1'l't'Sl UgXl1l0P' R' UI lu H'.'IR'3 MM 1111111 A - - Ph' Eta Ngmaf Ijwslflmlf - 1Vl1'IDl4t'Sl'IltHliX'C. ..Betz1 Beta Beta . . , Phi Delta Rho. I1 lxillilllb Iwllzi. 111'1-s11l1-111 . , . ,Xlphzi Tau Uiiwga , , , Pi Kappzl Pi, V , , , U X 1 Q , 1 A . 111'.1S1111111 .... 1'1 '1'1111, 111111-1111.111-.113111 . . , 131111 mm 1211111 .... A 11.1121 IUNIUQ 5110! 'hh 1211-UIIBMNAOIIII' - L - 19111111 Iwwlta, 11--1-1111'1f11lv11t. 1 Si 1j1m,MH Ah.. S1,,,,,m1 Xi,..1,I,:-,.Si,1. ut of Stufhnt Rmb- 111511-51 A . ' 19.11fn- . . . Qtuheut 11ou111l1iw, . , Pk-p Fq11z11'1l,, T:111-Hel11-1111- 1411u11111l. XX'l111's XX'h11 111 .X1111-14111111 1'11l11':1-s 111111 I,'11i1' rsilies, 151511 , , , 1111111119 l'VHl1iP11t, 151.1-1-R112 .-. .-XX mu.-X . . . XX hos XXl1o 111 A1111'1'11-an kl1llrgl'5 11111111 , , , Sfkltlvllf 1'11u111'il 1 , , 8111111111111 Iliiyvls , . . BSI7, t1'easu1'1,-1- illlwi l111v1f1's1t11--s, 19111-.,1... - - INT"1"l'fll"l'U"N' ""l1ll"1l , . - SWT" BSU l'l'fJSll-lifllt. LI'LA DlCI.LlC F.-XNl'HERg 1f13i1'12yX'ilIe . . . TQZIIWIIAI Ul1li1'l'Ol1. Phi. 17l'PSi- XXILLLXM R. "1'0RliY" l'.'1l'l'S: 'i'b'l111'11111'11 . . . IQQIIJIHI ,-Xlphzl . . . fivlli - - . Thi I-,Full R110 . . . BSI' . . . YXXI-X , . . H111111- E1-11111111111-s Ir1'lt:1 Sillllll Pi, S111-1111-. 15151 4 , 1 1'l11-1J1lv11111J1', 11049, 511 , , h lwiqiu. 1'l11l1 . , , XX'1111's XX'h1J in .-X1111.-1'i11a11 Cwllvges 211111 l'11ix'1J1's1li1's. 1951-52, UiFl1"f' XliIiI1H'Y 5illf1+'l1i- W45' 1 - 1 HilU4'li"n 'wnnlllmldklli IWW4 ICRII' UICIGICK: I,.111-1111al1' . . . A111e-1'i1-1111 L'h1-111111111 S111-114131 Dwsid Ill BIGTTY Lill' l'0S'l'0N: l'l'4'llti24S . . . XYAA , . . 111111111 111111 Pl1ysi1'z1l . . . I11t1'a111111':1l sp111'1s 111111111g1-1' 111' RSI' . . . Iiillilill M11 l211sil1-11. fo nuns.-H' 'w I XIISURXI 1liX1N N BXRIIN ll Xlil'l li IKIIIX X dll lxXIlll RIXI' HOIIIDXX BXI-ISXRK Hlll Xl N X 1 x lllI'RlXl' XXX IIOIIIDKX I 1 1 li Rlls ll KI RI ll X XIXI 1 N111 ISXRBKR K XXX Ill I l 11111111 11111 E 11111111111 1 1111-1 1 Il16NlKl 11 XXX -X BNI XXN1,-1 111111 0111111 fir, HS. 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Ii: 1 "'u11 Phi. 96 JOIINEEN INGERSOLL BOBBY JENNINGS GLEN JONES GEORGE KIRKLAND MARIE MARTIN DOROTHY STUART BOB MEASELLS .JAMES PRICE BILL READY BEVERLY Mt-INTYRE I-IARLAN TINNEDGE AUBREY VVEIL HELEN WVELSCI-I ,Aw-wg, V , M34 JOHNEEN INGERSOLLg Biloxi . . . Kappa Pi, treasurer . , . Phi Psychology Club . . . Student Council . . . Executive Counwil . . Delta Rho . . . Senior Class vice-president . . . Kappa Delta, president Opera YVorkshop . . . Choral Union. 1951-52. JAMES DOUGLAS PRICE, JR.: VVashington. D.C .... Pi Kappa BQBBY H, JENNINGS: Dggsville , . ' SQUTHEYRNER Staff u . , pre- Alpha, second vice-president, Student Body, 1951-52 . . . Sports editor legal Forum . . . International Relations Club . . . BSU . . . Red Cross Student Printz, 1950-51, eireulation Illanilgff. 1951432 . . . Pi Tau, Blogd Drive, Student Chairman- Secretary and Treasurer, 1951-52 . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . Ameri- f'an Chemical Society, reporter, 1951-52 . . . Modern Language Club 'F dt' ...I 'f':"'t "l. THOMAS GLEN JONES: McComb . . . Pi Kappa, Alpha, publicity Wesm mm a 'On me "mm ycoum' director . . . Student Printz, executive editor . . . Pi Tau, historian . . . Student Council. BILL READYQ Tupelo . . . Alpha Tau Omega, president 1951-52 DOROTHY ANN STUART: Hattiesburg . . . Chi Omega, president GEORGE A. KIRKLANDg Quitman . . . Student Body President, 1951- 52 1951-52 . . . Phi Delta, Rho , . . Language Club . . . Sigma Delta Pi. HARI AN YNED 'E' H.tt' l' ' ...Al l D lt M, t BEVERLY MUINTYREQ Youngsville, Pa .... Alpha Sigma Alpha, A VII A G, ' les Jul.g Pia , 6 a .u Neil En , , , , 1951-52 . . . Student Louncil . . . P1 Tau . . . P1 kappa P1 , . . kappa president 1951-52 . . . Vesper Choir . . . Choral Union . . . Southern , . , 1 ,. ,. , A Mu Epsilon . . . Intertraternity Lounuil . . . Geologic Column. Singers. V . HELEN ELIZABETH WVELSCI-lg Hatiesburg . , . Chi Omega, treas- MARIE MARTIN? H8-tfl9SbUI'g - . - VPSDGI' Ch0il' - - . Mi1dl'1gf1lli2LHS urer, 1951-52 . . . Alpha Psi Omega, stage manager . . . Sigma Alpha . . . Southern Singers . . . Contralto Soloist for 4'Messiah" , , . BSU. Eta . . . president . . . Pi Delta Phi, president . . . Phi Delta Rho . . . 1 Speech Council, secretary . . . Senior Class treasurer . . . International BOB MEASELLS: Morton . . . First vice president of Student Body, Relations Club ' ' ' Southern Players' 1951-52 . . , Business Manager of 1952 SOUTHERNER . . . Pi Tau . . . Vesper 'Choir . . . Madrigalians . , . Alpha Tau Omega . . . NOT PICTURED:Erwin Baylott, John M. Phillips. 97 5 ii sa F A E rf 4- 1, F v R 4, . 53L.L..rS!i .nf 'z ,f Tig?-519"' ""'1 -4QKQir ?EW9QF3W5M?? .,,?:v?l M4i,,,,, -' ...v 'w 5 -4- ewiwv, ali ,, ,nf 1 iw .46 iw, 55.91 f A ' 'M' ai 'Q Qin ,g 'Mu as ff' wgpv -an 0' W. igfxgfixziig 1142 H sm Taxi wi . 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Sfamlins: Ihr. Davis, Dr, l"0l'Illll6, Inga-'rsoll, Grayson. SENIOR OFFICERS CLAYBORNE GRAYSON -IOHNEEN INGERSOLL . MARYLYN NEWSOM .. HELEN WELSCH .... . PAT READMAN .... BETTY LU COSTON .. . DR. J. T. DAVIS ....... DR. PORTER FORTUNE ....President ...Vice-President .. ..S6C76f!1VJ' .....Treasurer Student Cfouneil Representative ....Historian . ...Sponsor ....Sponsor CLASS FFICERS 'I'0l': Alu-rs, Jones, Kelllu-115, HIWIIYII, l'lCN'I'ER: N'right, Svotl, 'l'm-'llu-. lI0'l"l'U'Nl: Smith, Gs-un. JUNIOR OFFICERS ED AKERS .................,............ President BILLY KENNEDY . .. ...... Vice-President MARY D. BROVVN .....,........ Seeretzzry-Treasurer MARTHA NELL JONES Student Council Representative SOPHOMORE OFFICERS RALPH SIMMONS ....................... President VIRGINIA TOELKE .... ...... I '7l.CP-PI'65I!I6'l1f ALICE WRIGHT ................ Secretnry-Tferzsurt2 MARTHA TRAYLUR . .SIUIIFIZICIOIHICII1eFf7l'6'Xf'71flIff1'F FRIESHMAN OFFICERS JIMMY SMITII ... .......... President QUIDA CEAN . . . . . .SCII'Pff1I"I'-Y'H'I1.XItIt 1' Lf 3l'IS C JWENS ... . ..... Historian qgvyeffff' -1-.-, J ,4-cl' Q-uv ,.4. WW J QNZA 5 Q4 wx if . , L, .. - ,, 25,4 xgye 5,4 , f by s-ff. ww sw 'ffzfw7ff'mWf ,f,,Lk5,7ffh ,nm 'ff 9' jaw whiff. 1 ,ww ff 0 QV I E a N ix Q THE SE IOR CLASS Rovxf. ICODNEY ISERRY, I-'uxxx'ur'tl1g Su"iulf,gy: Pi Kappa Alpha, In- Tl'?lIllllI42lIS, 3 s, BIYICTIN ll0l.Il"Il'll,lJ .xn.nls. 1,1 r I-1, I5 ul:-11, 'R ' H' H 'S u1.0m.x I'.Yl'RIl'IA l:lr:Hl,, Buy sr, Lnuis, Ifumv 151-.mf,mi.As N'II.LIAM rx. AlNNN'0R'l'li, "'-llmf' S""iH' S"1"i1'S. 11f.m.- lc., 1-nn., xv.-Sur-y I'1llllll1IilIi0ll. lv.-mr sigma 1-Jpsilfm, vw, DAXIID S. AI.I,l'IN, AIl'I'IlIIJlllQ I11flv1Stl'i:ul AVIS: "M"4,'lL1I:, HI,0liI.X Al,I,h00lt, Ilu'1mlcl1:nx'.'11g lla-zllrh :xml I'hyS. Ed. JEAN ANIIS, IH-lust: I'IIl'Ill4Ilf1II'X' liflllvuliun. I'Al'L ANIIS, N1-xxtnni Ill-:mlih zlml I'I1X!4, lifl. SECOND ROW: IYILLIANI R, ANIDIGRSON, IInlti1'slm1'u: M:1,rkw-tilms and Mm'- 1-l1m11lisin1:: 51'1'l'vI1ll'X Pi Kilyllm, Alplm, Simlvnt r'h1'isti:1n Fvd- 1-vrf lunar, 4 lmml l nmn, I.:mu11aq.-511111, Bljlilli ISILISO, M1-:ulvillflg I':Il'llll"IlIiLI'j' 1ifIu1-:mtirv11. FIFTH ROW: -IUIIN li. I5I,.XliI'INl'IY, I,:xu1'n-I3 IL:I+'lllt'lllHl'X E4iuv:11i'f11: I-',T.A IIONHXRD lSl,ll'K, Natwlm--Z: liistnry, I"OIiIGS'l' IiI,0l'N'I', I'l2xlli4-slvuI'L:'3 Sl'1e'e'-m'I1. ICINYIN ISUDI li, XY:u5'11w+lm1'n, Suviul Studiffs. vl'5I.TiUlI. TI'1':LHIll'I'l' I'i lifnplm Alplnsu, W1-strxlillsfw' I"l'IIHXXSIlIll. MARY S'l'IfII.LA BOYKIN, I':LIl'IIS: ICIPI11.-11tz11'y Iirlw-ntimr, G., fl ' 4 75' f I K x'- Time Out for Bridge XYILLIANI Ii. ANUICRSUN, lraulllw-ll SIHIIIISII, IIARULID .Xl'l'l.lCH lII'l'lC, llnzl1'Iuu1'Sl, Iliwvlwxxi Iiuppu .XIIVIIZL W'll.l,I.XNl 'I'. .XYl'lIC.X, JK., l':ls1-:lum1l:1, IIIISIIIVSS A1Il11iniSI,1'u- twang lxzly-gm annum. IiI'I'l"l'Y AINNN'OIi'I'll, ltrzuxtfm, .I.UIQl'l'Il,YN li.U'liN'I'liONI, M1-I.uil1g Alusiv IC1lu1-utie-11: Yps- ywn'I'lmi1, Vlwvul Vniwn, W1-slwy I+'uull1l:lli4v11. THIRD ROVV: Il, LICUIN ILXIKISICII, IYHXll4'NIrUl'4l, llmxllll :xml l'hy'r'. limll IIIC, lvllllrl l'Iui Kzuppn 'I':l1l. N'I'ONI'l liIC.XYOl'lCS Il.XlIl'll"lI'2l,ID, H:1tti1-slnlrgg Hux'vl'l11m-lulg Ihlgvlm. .Xl1vll:l, ICIINA YYINIIVICICID IS.X'I'l'IN, I'l1nl:l1I4-Iplling ICIIQHSIIQ .IIIIIILI l'Si 'lllll'L1Jl, I1.S,l'., I','I'..X. I,. J. INUNNXJ l5.X'l'I'lS, JR., l'i-'zuyuuvl Vmlnllun-1-4-'g 1'l1m-l'- I4-:ull-I, I!I.m, WIICY. WIXRIIC NIII'I'l'2 ISI'l.XI'Il, l':l1fl:v1xillv, l-111-lm-11t:nl'y Iixlur mul'-Ill, 1'II.XIiI,I'lSI'I,ISICAM, M1-Hqflxxll,ll:nlll4Nmg.yi.-5, FOURTH ROW: ROY I.. liI'INNl'I'l"I'. II:nlln-slung, l'llv'IIllNIl'fQ I'l ituglpgl l'i, KIIPIHL MH l':I'ril"lI, Hlllfllnl Xlllligutr-5 nl Xlm-livzun 4'Ill'lllIK'IlI bvwlwly. NIIIN. 1iIC.X1'I'I l'. I!I'lNNlC'I"I', II:mIli1wlmlL:L Suvigll slmlif-5, Q2 rf, '7-'Qry,v . ' . E M .11 '- . 4-1-:' v. - - 1. f - .. - ..,:N- ,M . , Where the Greeks Meet N'Il.lSl'Ii Il. ISOYLICS, llzxltivslwulup llusilxf-ss Aullnilliftrzllif ll N'II.I,I.XNI 'IYXIJIAINGIC BIiAIll,l'IY, .lzlvliswlli I'Iv'wxwll1i1'S. SIXTH ROW: UNIICIKIX IEILXIISIIANQ llurtfyxll I'Ilv111L'11Iu1'y Iidllwzntiulu, IIILILK lili.XN'l'I,lCY, Mwlmln-111 Hllsillrfss Iiwlllvzlliwlllg Fifmr Sigmu Si:,mzu, l'i 15111-LZ!! I'l. l4'li.'lNI'l'1N I,AYl'll.l,.K ISR.YI'SI'lIl, Hl1wtwr, Hmm- IG--ux14n1ui-- I'Itlll1'2lTi1lll1 I'l1i Alu. ll'-mv Iiw, Vlulm, XYwslw-y lfulllltllllirnll, Stu flu-nl Vmluwil, XYll,I.I.X3l .XLLICN lSlil1iII'I', lmlllw-lg Iiinlnggy. f'lI.KIIl.I'IS TIIONIAS IZROILXN, I,uu1'vl: Mawlu-lillg unc! M-1' vllamnlisillu. ANNA ISROONIIG, Ilzny Sprinusg S1---1-1-ll: .Xlplm Siumzn ,Xllwlm IN-p H-glxml, Suullln-V111-1' Stull, Stull mt mmllmlil, SIEVIQNTH ROW: Il0lCll'I'llY .lI'I.XNNI'I IKROONIIC, Vlilllmli Ilumv Ii-mmnxrlivs llulm-l'I4,1'lllIr, I!.S,l',, Y.XY..X. IHXLYIN l'. ISIHNI N, Sumrmlg X- .-ullllliuu. l'llll.ll' IKININ N, Summnl, ,XI1'nlllIIIIl2, I. ll. ISICON NIN1u.4vlIlIlIull1 AIJll'IxI'Illl1illllI Al--nw Imnslxsmu. DONALD lilil'l'I'I, lI:l1Ii1-slvului VIIVIIIISIIBQ .Xmvxi-:ull l'lu-un -'ll 41H'il'lX IK.XI'lll'Il. lilCl3ll"ll'1l.lP,'I'5I1-1-11-num: linazlisll. N Adams Ainsworth, B. Ainsworth, WY. Amis, P. .xIl1I0l'b0ll, XY. Anderson, WY. R Barber Barefie-lil Bill vs, E. XY. Bvnnelt, R. Bennett, G. Berry, R. Blivk Blulllll llodie Bradshaw Bruntla-y Ilrnf svhi Bruonw, D. Bron n, F. lfl'lI'H'll. P. sf if x , f .ff ,K X I , if 42, . - ' z 1 ,Jw f A y, , 1 3 , My S 'R if ,sw S, 'E' 3-'rmw . 2, 'A sw FJ su-W. QW .wf S w f..-f A - S51 W, f V 5 f WW 9 Q 1. 1 QA W 4, 2 .Y 1 1 w. 4,1 we e l l e Avo? A f ,, ff ef f faf' 4,7 ' ,141 ' 1 ' ,,,, f M W e l ,V l X V X. ,.4...,,f ,fp , X j .W ,,.,- f A , ,.,q,.1...,-M., Q . 7 1:11 , f ,ff ,yy I , U f ,,fg,g , M ffy' '- X P51 X ,J Y lf wf4--WW M, A -1. . 4 4 V .vm if fef f Ze ,: m y fee? Z , ky A . 53, , WMV ' :::. u-U YC! X X X 7 f Q IA.. , f f ,ffm W ,C .5 iffy, ,ff .1 ,.,. ,V ,,' if of f ,7 M iw' f mf - ' .4. 1? W-1 J -ee., MW I 109 Allen Allgoud Amis, J. Anplewhite, H A vera Bm-last rom Bates, L. F. Be-acln Beam Biehl Bilbo Blalceney Boykin Bnyl9S Bradley Bright Brogan Broome, A. Browning Bruce Brum Held THE SE IOR CLASS FIRST ROW: ANN BRYANT, Terry: Secretarial S4'IlE'Ill'f'. DOROTHY MITCHELL BRYANT, Piwayuneg Elementary Edu- wation. DALTON R. BFRCH, JR., ll1v1.Q'o1nl1: Speec-li, History, English: Alplia Tau Omega, Presielent Phi Eta Sigma, President Pi Kappa. Delta, Pre-sirlt-lit Pi Kappa Pi, Virfe-P1'vSident Pi Tau. IM-ta. Beta Beta, Alpha Psi Oinn-ga, Sw,-oiitl Vie'--Presitle-nt ol' Student Body 1950-Sl, XYho's XVho in Anierivan Volleges and Vniversities 1950, IM-hate Team 1, 3. 4: Stu-dent 'Couric-il 3, 4: Southern Players 1, Il, -1, Treasurer B.S.U, fl, -l: Interfraternity Viitiiivil 1951l. RIFHARD V. Bl7RC'liHARDT, Laurel. MARY FAYE Bl'R'I', Philatlelphia: Elf'1nen'tary Etlui-ation: l".T.A., lVesley Founelation, Elomi-ntary Counvil. J. WY. Bl'RROl'llI-IS, llixnng Srjwial Studies. YYILLIAM EMERY CORLEY, Rolling Fork: Personnel Man- agement: Assistant Editor "Student Printz," Pledge Master Phi Kappa Tau, President Phi Kappa Tau, Student Pounf-il Hepiw-seiitative Phi Kappa. Tau, President Pi Tau, Ser-retary Interlratei-rnity ljounvil. BETTY LU COSTON, Prentiss: Health and Phys, Ed,: XV..-L,-X., Health and Phys, Ed, Majors' Pluli, Y.lV.A,, B.S.L'., Xl',S.G.A., Band Majoretti-. MRS. JEROLENE T. Cl'LPE1'l'ER, Sandy Hook, Business Educ-ation. BONNIE CVRTIS, Meridian: 1"oinmerc-eg Dan'-e Group, Kappa Delta, B.S.U. FIFTH ROW: BETTYE JO DAVIS, Perkinston. HELEN RAE DAVIS, Seminary: Elementary Edueation. The House of Knowledge SECOND ROW: TARVER Rl"l'LER, l-Iriltiesluirgg Biology: Kzimwa Alpha, Beta Tlvlll. Bvfll. JAMIS CALHOUN, lforest: Vheniistry and Biology: Student Allillsilo of thi- Anieril-an 4'hs-niil-al Soviety, ,l5.S.l',, Heta Beta IM-la, X.lX,A. BERT Nl. f'ABl'I'llEI.L, llattii-sllurp,3 Avvllllllllllg, Kappa Alpha. JAKE YY. I'AN'l'N'El.L, Tylertown: Business Administration: Studi-nt Vounl-il. .lunior XX'arrlen In-Ita Sigina Pi, Heliorter "Stu- ill-nt I'rintz," liusiml-ss Alanapger "Studi-nt Print!" 15150-51. Sl-Ville 1951, 4'l1el'i-lwuil-1- 19110 anil 1950, llistimxuisliefl Military Stull:-nt 1930, Battalion Vnniiiiaintler 1i.O.'l'.1'. ISERNIUE BARBARA CARDEN, M--rimlian: Rlusif- Educ-ation: Iiaiiwl, Womlwiiitl Quintet, Alpha Mu Phi, Uhoral Union, Opera llrl-ll:-Htra, Ml-smiuli Hrf-lil-Stra, Little Syililllioiiy. THIRD ROW: ELOISE FIIAIN, llullporlg lli-:nllh :intl l'hy:4. Eel, :intl I':l'l'I't'2l' lllhllQ llr':i.llh :incl lhys, lull. 4 lull, XX,A.A, ANNE ELIZABETII l'I.ARIi, IN-1:11, Voiiiiiu-i'i-.-A MARTHA FRANFES I'l.EYEI,AND, All-rimliuiig Vlruaiig X'4'SIil'l Ulioir, Vlmrzil l'i11on, Sniitllifrn Sinai-rs, liamlg. In-lla, ll'.s,1:,A:, llullsl'l'l1:ii1'I11:lll ol' Sc-nior llqlll, llI'l'l"l'YE f'l.lNliNf'Al,EN, llivlwyg Illllsir Ecllluiliflxll V1-spit-I l'lloil', Vlmrzll lvlllflll, l'l,S,l', l'A'l'IlERINE f'l.ON'ER, lliillporlg Sm-ial Stmlil-sg 1'hi Unit-ga, Slurlf-nl l'oi1n"il, ROBERT KIOVIIRAN, ll'inii1-lil, ,llzilrainiag Rluxivg llainfl. FOURTH ROW: 'roxlxn' Llclfz twmrzn, ll1llIlt'Nlilll'l.1Q ii.-.mil ima Phys. 19.1. JANIVE CHOICE, lnlnl: ll.-:il-lip llomi' IC--lmoiiiii-s Elluvulioii l'lll'llllI'l1"l lloiiiw lfi- Vlulv NYILLIABI R. KCORKYJ l'AI'I'S, Tylvrtuwng Business Atlnlin- ietraliong Kappa Alplia. Nurnlwi- 54-vifli 1950. ju.-ltai Signia Pi Home of the Demons YIYIAN DEARMON, Millry, Alahaniag Mathematies. STERLING A. DEES, Biloxi: Marketing and Merchandising? Alpha Tau QIIIIUHQI, Delta Sigma Phi. YYILLIAM JOSEPH DENIORAN, Biloxi: Biology! Alpha Tau UiiiOHa. ALICE DEN SON, Meatlvillv, Piano: Vesper Choir Choral Union. XV'-sley Fountlzition. SIXTH ROW: ANN DENT, In,-lialll: Health and Physical Edin-ation: Phi IM-lta Rho, llanve Group. JOSEPH L. DICKERSON, Biloxi: Ac-t-ountingg Phi Kappa Tau. R.O.T.l'7., Delta Sigma Pi. NELL DODHON, l'larpl-rx'illt-3 Home Elf'OlllJIllll'S Edueationi lYe5ley Foundation. CHARLES DUFFIE, Biloxi: Piano: Tennis, Newman Pluh. Vhoral l'nion. ROBERT WV. Dl"l"l'ON, Moss Point, Marketing and Mervhan- ilisinlfi Kappa Signia. BOBBY C. EASONI, Seahastolmlg Marketing and Merelianilis- ing. SEVENTH ROW: YERN E. EASTERLING, Petal: Avvouiitiiii-ZZ Alpha Tau Hlxie-p.:a, IH-lla. Sigma Pi. EDNA EARL EDWYARDS, llrui-eg English: l-listorian B.S.I',. S1-vri-t:iry Pi Delta l'hi, Sei-r--tary and TrvaSurer Modern Lan' pziiagi- Vluh, 'Preaisurer Y.NY.A. FRANK S. EIHVARDS, Saul-ier, llvalth and Phys, ICCIJ Health :mil Phys, Emi, Vluli, JOHN YYILLIAM EDYVARDS, Memlvnliall: English and Bi- ology: Alpha 'Pau Unietrzi, R, U, EDKYINS, llulflmrip lllzirlu-ling and Mvl'vhaiidiSlng2 TIOHH Sipxnizt Pi, MARY .lAf'Ql'El.lNE ERES, l.:iuri-lg liiolopry and Psyvlmlogy: Prosisli-nt NX'.S.tl.A,, Sipzmzt Sigma Siginzi, SOUTHERNEH Staff, Il,S,l', llillgevresi lil-pri-sl-iilxilive, Bela Beta Beta. Phi Delta Rho, Bryant, A. Bryant, D. Burch Butler Calhoun Campbell Chain Clark Cleveland Comer Cooke Corley Davis, B. Davis, H. DORTHIIDH Dent Dickerson Dodson Easter! ing' Eduurds, E. E, Filninrcls, F. i ww Nm a 8514 , K ,vik . W- , www ,Wa , ,QQ W.. 'Mimmw - WA-'f QM, VW, V. 'bw gf? wif X95 mfr 'WK qw 'Uv an ..f.. mm. fi? X 44 , iff 'bf 'Y ,Aw Si, , ,mfx 4,,,, si' --" 4 V 0? A A, 4 W W f f? z",fQ f 1, f 2 if A , ' I 2' ' . Y X f f f 1 W 104 1 4, 4 Z 2' ,1 ff, X f f? f7f gf' f Z WW 7 , Q47 f I 4 1 if -wwf' ,.-. .fw- wil? 3 'N 5 5 M Q 1 We ,W - ' vu 1- S Q 'U Q' xg K. Q5 1 55243359539 ' Q.. ?'5."f'f 2 W 1.x,..V lflIl'1'lih!ll'llt Burt Burroughs Cunt uc-ll Capps Furxleu f'li1xlcs4-:lies Flower f'0l'hl'Hll Caslon Culpemwr f'lll'tiS Dees Demoran Denison Duffie- Dutton ICHNUIII mf Edwards, J Edwins likes T ESE IOR CLASS FIRST ROW: ICNIILY ICl,0l'ISI1l ICLANI, Rl.-Vniiilvg Sm'i4vlffH3'I Vifwi Pri-sirlent lizlmnl IN-ltxi lf'31, Slullvlit l'lllllll'lI 1950, IN-11 S'lU1l'l. I"i'+Asirlvl1l l':iiili+-ll-Aiii-' "Hllll4'll l!l31l, XYUIIIZIIFA Studentlluw-x'iiii1l-iit, Wlilfs XX hu ln .XIll1'l'l1'2lll 1 ull- :es :uid I i11x'1f1'sil1l-S l!i..1. I'Il,74lI1l l'lS'l'l'IS, Imllixxillr-1 I':I1'IIlt'lIIIlI'y IQIIIIVIIIIIIII, SARA LOYD l4IS'I'l'ISS, Mw'1'nliih3 lloiilv IC+'uIi4rii1iv's limluvzltinli. ISICN Y. EVANS, JR., Shui-ulzig liinlugyg H1-tu IIl'I1l IM-la. Y 4- v.-yn. .. Jw. . . I.lLI.Ih IRAN! lzN IAANS, i,m-411111.-3 j,u,m,,,S 1.A,1u.-11110113 I'hi Mu, l"i-:ntiiiw XX'i'ilui' H5IlllIt'lll l'iiiilz," . . .-v. w .- s , . , - Ill LA lll'.I,l.I'. l'ANfIIl+,li,1 will-Q-x ill'-3 iiuiiil-l'.1'1v11uiiii1'sZlrvsi- lh-iit Kzil+1uLHliiif-i'ni1 i'hi, l'hi llvllu Iihn, H.S.l'., YYY..-X, SECOND ROW: IYICRR l".'kRlSll, XX':Lyii4Aslmi'4ig Ili-ullh :lull Phys, 1241.5 "M" Vllllr. RATHRYN GODBOLD, All-Vuiiilig lim-1'e1utifv11. SHICRIYOOID L. GOFF, IiI'l'I"I'Y L. GRAYICN, Pivuyuiif-5 I':If'IlI4'lltlll'5' Erluvzltiun and Suvial Stuwlivsg f'hi Hiiwuga, Wniii.-ii's SIIIIIVIII 41ml-rniiif-nt rw., yw-ars, IIIIO'l'Il11tI4rII2lI Ile-lzilifms Vluh, li,S,l',, Vlmizll Vnifm Un.- ywur, JOE E. GILKYICS, llzittivsliiiwgg liiulmgy, FIFTH ROW: l'LAIli0RNE GRAYSON, Lwuin: Biology: R.S,l', I-Ixf-4-utixm Vmiiil-il, Stull-Ant 1lmv1'1i11i1'i1t 4'-iuiivil, Beta H--tu RQ-ta, Senior Vlnss P'l'l'SilI4'l1i. FAYE GRII"I"IN, Ilelialhg limiili lic-unfiini-'s Fllluvzition: See-- l't'l?il'y Kzipim IS7Illl1'I'0II Phi, I'1'ug:1'aiin 4V'IIilII'lIIllIl Home- Ewi- mrinivs Vlulv, I':4'I'HlI'tf'l' 4'hi'isti:in F-44lvi'atif,m. XX'ni'sliip 1"haii'- man NVQ-sle-y lfnunllzition. Three Cheers for Southern ICD. I". l".XIiR,KUl"I'. JR., Kin-mile-5 Hvulth ulicl Phys. E113 In-ls T4'l'4'lI Ixu. ylurs :it I'4'l'hlIlNI'IIl Jr, 1'0ll1-g'1- :iiill one yezu' ut Nu-xx' M1-xii-if Stzilw l'nllvi.5v. f'l'R'I'IN FAYARID, Sail--iv1'g llonltll and Phys, Ed.: lll-zilth and Phys Ful Vluh JEAN FICRGUHON, Imzwiimlp Art: Alpha Sigilizi Alplia, Kappa I'i. 'FIIOMAN IIARLEY FUNIIRICN, .Im-lisuiil ll:-ullh and Phys. l'fli.1 II1':lllh JllllI I'Il5'S, 1641, Vllllv. ICXYIC LIDlll'ILl, FORD, Mvrinlizlng llwmi- l1I:'uliHl11i1'sg Y.XY.A., I1,S,I',, Iluliln- lCr'lni1ii1ii1'S Vluh, THIRD ROW: .IUIIN NI, IVUY. S:iiil'ui'1lg liisli-ly, DON V. I"R.IN1'IN, Ilullii-shiiiup IG1-niimiiil-sg In-ltu Sigiiixi l'i. li. JUAN l"Rl'II'INl,XN, Ifhil-rig Sin-4-vlig Kaililizu, llvllu, SIHIIIRI .Xlphzi lCt:i. .IANIICS N'.l"RlIl,IX,i1fili1llAx'ill1'g Iii:+lm'y, .IOHI'1l'll liRlI'I'I G.IRRl'l'I"I'Y, Xlinmiiilig llmip41':ipli5, ,UHNICN I-.K'I'IuIIlNllD, .lzivlxsmig lllisiiia-ss Hlliivqatifwlll I".'l',.X.. I'i 'Pm--:zu I'i, XXN-sim l-'hxlii-lziliuii, FOURTH ROW: l'lRl4'1iI'2llil'lR. 1,111-wlzilifg "hi-iiiistiy :iliil Klsillil-iiiuliwsp l'i'1-si :In-ill :ind Kim-i'iv':lli 4'li1-milqil Su-in-ty, Iiill:iiiill1':1lSwirls Mun' .im-I I1.4,l ,, lxzilipn XIII Ifiiixiluii, I!RY,XN'I' HIl,l,ll,l3l, Iizilvrxill-', lin-:illh :Ami l'h5'S. lining llmullh giiiul l'hxs I-I1l,i'lliIi, Sadie Hawkins Winners 1iARNl'I'I"I' GRIFFIN, Jvlllllllplfi, Imiiisizinag llomn- IC:-lnnoniivsg Phi ilziivgzl, Ni-wiiizui Vluh. IRA DEAN GRIFFIN, East Sl, Luuis, lllinnisg Hamlin Arts and Journalism, HSILILIPIII 1'rintz," lilmlio XVurksl1ip, Pi Kappa Alpha. ERIC' NI1'f'0Y GYNN, Imiing Bi0l0S5'2 XVI-slvy Fuundation, l",'l'..-X., Helm ll.-ta Bm-tu. RFDY HANNA, Ellisvilleg Alarlcvtiiig and Mei'--lizimlisiiig. SIXTH ROW: NI,KR'l'HA IIARILUGE, Mzldlll-ng Ilume Emiiwiiiies Edin-atioili Hulllx' Ev, Vlllil, I3.S.I'. Il.Kl'l.'l'ON YV, IIARDIN, 'I':iylui'sx'ilIm-3 E1'1iiiulni1'S. BARTIS lI.KRl'l'lR, fIllII.llul'IQ lli-xillh :incl Phys. lid.: B.S,l'. I'I'1'SIlIl'lll. MYRON I.. HARRIS, Pil-:lyiiiil-5 lhisin--ss Adlninistrailiml. HRS. Bl'I'l"l'Y BRIDGES HARRISON, Philaula-llihizll Rusilivss I':1Illl'llIIUll. ll.lR'l'lIA NIAXINIC lIA'l'l'III+IR, l.w1iisx'illv3 lfliiulishg Vin-silll-lit XY.-sll,-5' l+'m1ii1l:iliui1, Vim- l'i'vsinll-in l'IIl'lSlI3lll l-'wlvi':itiuii, SEVENTH ROW: -IOYFIC IIAYARID, l,u.-1-llzili-3 Vliiiiilivi'-w-, IYII,I.I,I3I II, IIAIYRINN, Il:ilIi1-slniliti .M-fmiiitiiiu: IH-ltni Sigiiizi I'i. NIARY FRANFIN IIICAID, IIIIIIVINIVIQ llusil-, N'II.l,I.KNI L, IIICARN, Lziuiw-l: I'SI'l'IIllIllI.1X, BONNIE IIICRRIN, Slmirzillg Iliuilh :uni I'hyS. l'I4l.L Hvfllih :null Phys. l-Ill, Vluh, XY..-X..'X. 1'lIARI.l'IS RAY llI'IRRINli'l'0N, Ilaittlvshurgg Pro-Mudieal. Elam Estes, E. Este-Ss, Farish Farragut Fayard Foy Francis Freeman Geiger Gillham Godbold Gray son. f' Griffin. F. Griffin, G. Hardnge Hardin Harper Hn va rd Huw kins II end Evans, IS. ICYUIIH, L. Fam-Ilvr Fvrflllsoll lfunelvrn Ford Friday Garrefty Gatewoml Gulf Graves, B. Graves, J. Griflin, n. Gunn Hanna Harris Harrison, B Hntvher Hearn Herrin Herrington THESE IOR LASS FIRST ROW: THOMAS li. HIl.lCY,1'l1iy-iffy, Flurillzlg liiulnafy. NlYR'l'll'I MAE HODA, G11ll'pm't3 Husinm-ss Eiluf-atifm: Major- 4-Ltn-, l'l'4'Sl1l1'llt B+-wlnuil Clulr, Pi 1nllIl1'l.Q'2l l'i, l'I'0XYI'l4'll1li, Vllris- lwn lf'-'flil'l'2lti4'lIl. XV.A.A., Hvalth and Phys. li-l, Vluh, LINNIE lil"l'lI HOI.ll"lEI.D, Sumnwi'l:1i14lg llomv E:-nnmnii-ra, liA'l'lll'1RINl'I ANN HOLLIDAY, Polilnrvillvg Pizumz Prosidvnx I'hi Mu 1930, XYPSIHVI' Vhoir, Snutlif-rn Siiig-ws, Pl Kappa Lamb- -Ia, f'lllnl'Ill Vnion. NLKKLlCNl'I JOYCE HYBBARD, lluttii-sllurug 1101110 'limi llI,rlIlI"S1 l'l11 Mu, Kappa. lOllllil'I'llIl Phi, IH-pSq11:lal, l'i,S,l'., lloim- lil-ui1uliii1'SVlllll, T'ilIlllf'lli'lill" 4'Ullll"ll. MYRRL lll'DSON, "ulhoun Vity: Musir' I':lllll'2lliUIlQ Alpha: Sigma. Alpha, xVE'SI'vr'l' Choir, Rlllilfil-f?lli2lIlS, Band. ICIHVARD J. KAl'1'HIf'K, Birmin,zhmn, Alabama: Ilf-ulth and Phys ICJ.: "M" vluli, JANIICN B. KELLY, XV:lInul f'1imx'Hg T1usinPsS AIl1lliIliSIl'2lil0ll. JICAX KENNEDY, .lzlvksulii Sf-vin-tn1'y 1949, Vigo P1-Q-sidg-nt 114341 :ind 1951 1-1' Sigma Signm Siprluug Panliellf-nil' Pounvil lwvsidmfnt 1951, .Iunior I'z1nh1-llwni1- Voun-"il Prpsirlent, Bwauty 11150 :ind 11151, Alpha Tuu Uriivgu Swevthe:1i't 1950 and 1951, Sw-V.'-tzlry an-fl fl'1-wasuiw-1' I'syvlmlo:y Vlub. L0l'l5l"l KING, R4-i'i'r4nil1 llniiiw ICwnno1i1ii'S, FIFTH ROW: GICOIRGE A. KIRKLANID, flllltllllllll Psyoliologyg Studsnt Bully l'lvSl1l1l1f. Nlarching toward Victory SECOND ROW: BAICISAILK ANN IIUFF, Hollins: lllllllf' 'l'l4'Ul1HlIlll'S lEllllI'llli4II1Q I'1'4-siflwnl lloim- lflwpiiniiiii-s Vlull, Y.XY.A., H.S.Il., XY,g4,4:,,x,, lxzlilpu Hiiiiwiwni l'li1. NIAYIS Ill7N'l', AIl"l4HPlQ Biology, l"1'1-Sill:-lil livin. Hvtn livin, Missmiiuiy 1 lmnrlnzm H.XX'.,X. JOHNICICN INGICRSOLL. Biloxi: Ari: 'l'l'H1Slll'vI' KHVIH1 Vi. , . lhi lu-11:1 llho, Se-nifri' Fluss Vi.-.1 1'l'1'Fi4lt'llt, P11-51111111 liuppzi IM-llu, ALVIN INGRANI, Ilrent, .xlillfiililill llvzlltll zlnfl Phys, lid, f'lC1'lL IC. JAFKSON, Silas, Alzil-:11n:13 Iflllsiiiws 1-Iflllvziiirm. ISICNNIIG SI, JENKINS, Lilwrtyg llf-:nlth :inil Vllyri. Nfl. THIRD ROW: ISUISBY II, JICNNINUN, lroxsvillvj SUl"l'lll71l-INICII Stull, "Wl14fs Who ln Aim-li:-:nil 1'oIl1-gvs :null I'niv1'1'Siti4'N." l'I"'- ln-gnl l"Ul'lllll. lnlw-rnnlihnxul l:wl:iti1-ns vluli, l4.S.l'.. Sllllivlll 1'ln:li1'in:in llwl Vross liloml lirixwg JANIICS lKl'lC'I'0N Jf,Nl'l5, lliluxig 4'll1'llllsll'5I livlil livlzl llvlil, TIIONIAS HLICN JONICS, IXI1-Noinlll l'lIlLZlirllQ I'ul+livity lvixw'-'v 101' l'i Kzlm-sn, Allrlizl, ldxi-1-Lilixw' Ifhlilfu' "Studi-nl l'l'llllX,l' Ilix- lorizun l'l 'l':lu, Stihl:-nt l'oun1'il. f'Lll"l"0IlD L. JOHNSON, JK., llzlilii-Sl-lnrui llusini-ss ,X4l+ i IllllliSll'1lll"ll1 Iixlmuu Alpha, .IOANN JOHNSON, l'llil:ul1-lpliiui llumv lil-oiioiiiii-sg l:,S.I',, llfnlllw' l'lr'n114rllllI'S Vllllr, l MARY FIKANK JOHNSON, l'l1il:1'l1-li1hi:11 Sw-I1-T:u'i:1l Slluli-Ls' XYl'Nl"5 l"ullll1l:l1iull, FOURTH ROW: l NIAIC OPAL JOIIIDAN, .Xulvuuill Ill-:lllh :xml Phys, lid.: XY,.X..X. NI.XlU'l'N JORDAN, lfilliwxill-Ag lflnulisll :mil lriaiiiizltivsi l'l1i l'Il:n. Siuluri, l'i 'l':ill, l'i li.ililn:x l'i, Snlllln-lli l'lIi5u-ls, l.illlv 53 inphiinx, Biologists at W'ork HI'IRBlCK'l' KLEIN, Imn: lhuxllig lln-zilth :mil Phys, lill, :in-l liusiiwss Aillninistizitioill llvml l'l11-vrlwuiln-1', l'l1i linmul 'l':n1l. SELL liNlliH'l', Hrzlliullni: lille-lm-litnly lfhlin-zxtioiiz l'i'--Sill-nl lflle-im-iir:ii'y 1'oun1-il, XY.-sl.-y If:-Limlulioii, l",'l'.A., llunil, IIOYYARD N. IRNIWINON, l'n-txilg Vlvo:'l':i1rllyg Nlailizluvi' Ri,5.lV'. Hull' Vlull. ll0R0'l'llY B. LAFY, Gull' mi-tg Musiv 1-21111-'zilioiii Siunnzi Sigma l Signizi, lizlnil, Yi-slwi-V111-il'. Vliinzil l'niim. N'l'ILB0l'RNl'I ll, LAIRD, 1':il'snI11 P1-1-smim-l llillillgvliivllll Allnliax'l':1uU1i1vg'u,In-l1:lSiL:i1m l'i, SIXTH ROW: l'. 0. l,.XN4'AN'l'l'.R. JR., Holton: ll--:xllh :ind Phys, Eli, NIAICY NICLL L.K'l'llANI, S:eli:n1ol'illmg S --1' rvtziriail Sluilivs. MARY JOAN LICIC, In-:ilu-sxilli-1 .Xltg liznmlgi l'i. ISILLIE lCl"l'll LICXYIN, lforvslg llUllI1' li l-1: lmmivfg lluliln' limi- noiniws l'l11lf. H'lLl.lI'l FORINNA LICKYIN, IH-xxxmllig l-Ilvim-1:11115 IC-luizi lion, l-Ili-ln.-nlaury Voun- il. l'. J. l.0Nll5,XlIll0, lliimlxlyii. Nvxx Yorllg th-nllluy, SEVENTH ROYY: ANN l,0Nlil'0Y, liil-fxig l.il-rziry Svi'-11-'vp lilllllill In-ltn, VIIAIJIIS NL LOPICR, l,:iui'i-lg ltusini-ss linllivzilioiii l!.S,l'. YYILLIANI T. LOXYRY, All-Vimliaiill l'syi-lmlouif 'l'r1-:isul'n'1' XY1-N ln-Vl4'm1ii1l.mli-ni,Yu-sin-i'n'lnoii',l'lio1':il1'iiinn. 'I'0Xll'I HALL l.l 4'lxI'IX, lh-nliiimiit, 'l'1-mis, ll.xllwm:1li-5, l'Il.KNf'lS J. l,l'NllY, Klvl'i1li:li11 l'a'l'M+liii1-l Kl1iii.u:--Ili--nt, lfllll- lfil .Xlllll:i. li0l!lCli'l' 'l'll.XYlN Nl1'.XDORY, Ni-xxl-will llufini-ss ,xlllllllll5llIl' llwll. Hiley Holla Holififlltl Huff Hunt Inger-all Jennings -Innes, J. B. Jones, T. G Johnson, M. Jordan linux-llivh Kirkland Klein Knight Lnnvnstvr Ln! lmm In-e Lungroy Loper Lou ry 0 .pawn Q? ff? we-W..v 1- f. vw '-2, 'XX .mm V . e ss K , M .:f:. mf, ,f Q 2 , , gk Us ' 'f cf G5 WHS? figs? -a, 1 ,I l. , 1+ 23 ,xy X "2 Q 12:1 Q, W! vw d ,Nia nm - N. am 1 f f Wk . 41. ,W ' , S V 'Q 'af www fe ilf.-, S Q ' lf f , if-.. J-fm" X L .f Off f 4 aww-1 ' - Jwfqpy gig F W "' 'M ' V X, M A , wvf VSV 4 VRS' ., X 1- Qnwg-,fr wg -5 V fQJQk'wf .M ' W k ' 5 . A A , K lk,-Q11 "5 f 4 Q ' 'mgM.1Sfw,:5 QQ X . X in mi ,fx 1 f - X . , ., Q f ? M V Q: Sa X f , gf Q QA, vmwsw N S' C 3 F 3 N 7 :N Q, X gy fmxfz, f fx, wg ,Q 1:2 X.. :fy 6 R arwauaws : ff?-. ,ff-'-. ,sf 1 Q ' -r Wm 1 f ,W X fs fi? 1 WWW' 'WW' ,- yf- . L-vw. if-nv 5 WM. .,. Q N Y X A , 5 x ww' Q.. ,-ft M im .. 12 , if Z 2 .1 , Q P, . 55 1 515 ,Ef- Z. ,KX " wli Sk' + 53 xi ,Ig . , E W gg X 422: nf K ,, , W Qs Q: .A b Xi f , .,, Halliday H nhbard ll nelson Ingram .hu-ksull Jvn kins Johnson, C, Johnson, J. Jnlmsnn, Nl. I- K9lly Kennedy King Knutson Lacy Laird Lewis, Billy Lewis, XY. l,lllllll1ll'd1l Lui-key Lundy Mc.-Xdory THE SE IOR CLASS FIRST ROW: Gl,ANlECl'I Mvl'AR'l'Y, SLlll'lIllt'l'IJll11IQ Humf- I-I--mimuif-sg Stati- li,S,I. 1'1nllIl"lI, I'l+'SllIl'lll N.XN..X., H.r,I. ,Xll+jl,'l'ON I.. M1-l'AIi'l'Y. Slmiiii--rlriliilg Rinliigyg 13.5.11 Collin-il, Hvlzi liwtzl IL-tri, GI'1ORfil'1MQAFICISINION, I'upl:ul'xill4-3 Ilisifwy, li.XLl'll C. NI1'll.KNIl'II,, Ilutlin-slillruz Iillsinr-ss A1i1iiiiiiSti':itifi11Z l'r'vsi1lv11t I'l1i lisiirim, 'l':iu 1931, Iiilr-1'l'1':ui-riiity m'.,uii1'il, Stu- livnt 1'1i-llnvil 1919, ISEYICRLY NI1'IN'I'YRlC, Ymiiigsvillv, I'l'IIIlSj'IYilIII1l: Piziiiug Piwisilll-lit .Xlpliam Siymzi All-hai, YHS1r11' Vlmir, 1'l1wi':1l Fuimi, S4hlllIl1:l'Il r1iz1:,:w'1's, MARCELL MCKICE, I:lt'1'Zif.l.lI'Q Ifllwiiiiviitaiy Edllr-aitiuiig F.'l'.A.. XVestminSter Fellowship. IVILLIAM BI. MAYFIELD, Hattieslvurgg Pre-Mrldic-al: Alpha 'I':iu Oni'-ga, Assuf-iatw Member Alpha Epsilon Delta, Beta li'-ta Beta. BOB MEASELI.S, Morton: Psycholrfgryg Fi1'St Vivo I3I'L'SI1It'I1t ul' Studs'-nt Bully. Husinl-ss Mznnagfei' ol' SOLTTHERNEI1, Pi Tun, V-'sire-1' lflwir, AIillIl'ILl'ilIII2lIlS. Alyllm 'Full llnivqzi, Piwsiilelit I'sym,-lir-lwpzy Flub, Stmleflit l'ffau111'il, Ex:-f-utixwi fffiurivil, flllk'I'kl XVu1'lislmp, 4'lm1'zil Vniun. HORACE XY. MILL!-Ili, Quitmnug llvulth :mil Phys, Ed. EDMOND 'l'. Ml'l'l'llELL, Ni:-lwlson: Sovial Sturliifsg Sp.-vial Student. FIFTH ROW: JOHN LOUIS MITCHELL, Gulfporig IXI:11'l:reting and Mvrvliun- dising: Delta Sigma Pi. Upperclassmen's Playday SECOND ROW: liA'l'l'l 5I4'I.l'IOll, I.:-:ilu-svillvg II-wmv IC 1-1n iiu1i1i1x1 Illhlllk' ICH:- nnmif-s vluli, Wi-stiiiiiisu-i' Fvlluwsliip. XYIIIL B. NI1-LICOD, 1,1-zilu'-svillvg I'I'c--Mwliwilg Tlim-ta Chi. 1'lIARI.l'IS M4-LlCl,I.ARll, llzittiz-sliurgg MARVJORIIC M1'Ql'lCICN, 491' fln- iivillg Sm-iwlugyg PS3'1'li11lu:LL'yClulw, Stull.-ut 12111111-il. 4,'liw1':il I'Ill4Pll. JACK V. MADISON, Iiiluxip l'm-rsuiiiim-l BI1lllilQ'l'Ill4'l1tl II.U.T.1'. Hills- Yflfillll, l1.U.'I'.4'., Kxllvlru Sigma. .IAMICS II, MADISON, I"2lyi'Itl': INI1'll'Ii1'fIll3.1' :incl IN'I4'l'1'Ilillll.IINIIHQQ l'i Kumval Alplizi, 'I'u-zislliwi' ul Stulluiit limly, THIRD ROW: IHCNNIIC -IOIG MAUICIC, llnllin-slsulagp lriauiizig Alplizi Psi "IlIl'L1'II, SIPIIIIIVIAII l'l:iy--rs. JOY NIAGICIC,l'1'1-iitixxg llnxiiv I+1vmiulili1'S, VAIKOLYN NIARTIN, XX'iuu'il1S3 liulne-ICI'Hl14rllIi1'S3 K:llr1l1lIM'li:l, XY'-sl:-y Ifnlliirlzitivvli. l':uiili1-llviiiw Uiiiiii-'il, IIUIIII' livuliuliiivs 1'luIi GlCli.XI.DINIC NIAIITIN, Suminitg llwnn- l'lvn1iuliiir'Sg Sw-rm-l:l1'y Ilullii- IC1'4i1iulliiI'sVllllv. .NIARIIC Nl.Xl!'I'lN', llziltivxl-111143 V1-iw-1 V1-slr'-1'1'l11-ir,Rlaulfivllll- inns, sfnltlivili SIIILQVINI m'1mll':iIlu S-vlnist Im' "Nh-Ssi:ili," lfffill 4- 1-' :lull I.'.wl. I,,h.l . NIAICY JO Nl.Xli'I'IN, Allis'-llvg I-II1-ml iiI:1i'5 lillllmltilvlll XX':Slv3' Ifiiiliinlzitinii, I'1l1-lm-lllzilyVnlllvll. FOURTH ROW: JOIG N, Nl.VI'lll'IIi, Su-ll1l:l,,Xl:ll::lI11:l1lin-uI:nLL5 :mul Kl:itliviii:iIi1'S. JANE MAY, .lm-law-111 HIISIIIVNN l-hlixwilinii, Dignity Plus VAROL JOY MOBLEY, Vollliiihiug ldlm-1111-iit:11'y li-liiiqitiimg XX'eslPy lhiiilillatiiill, Vlioluil l'nii,m, Idle-iiwiituiy wimilfil. Futuri- 'II1'1lK'IIUl'5 of A1111-1'i-11, JAMES li. NlOI"Fl'1'l"l', Stum-wall: M:ii'lc1'1in:' :xml M4-r.-lm11- :lisiugg ln-Ita Siafiiiu Vi. ALVYN XY. MOORE, IH-lalizilvliii-3 Blush-3 Yi-spvi' Uliiiir, liziml, Ii.S.l'., Mmlligzilliniis, Opl-ra Wn1'lcsl1..1l. NIIKIAM l,. MOORE, I,ittl-- l-imlig Aw-iiiiiitiiigg Ali.-nixiitiiig .XllXlIli'll'1'. XYINSTON MORRIS, llatliosliurgg Evuiioliiivs, SIXTH ROW: YYILLIANI li. MO'l'HEKSliIGAIP, Ilzittivsburup Urlivo BI1lllilg't"- mn-nt. NIIIRLICY Nll'Rl'IlY, GulI'1w1'lp E11:liSl1g Sigma Sigiiia Sigma. IHLLIIC ROSE MYRRAY, Sllliiiiiw-rlaiiiflz lkusiiii-ss liillii-ailiuni H.S,l'.. Y.XY.A., l".'l'..-X., Ili Ulm-LL:l Vi, l'lllL 3ll'S5lI'll'I. JR., Nvw IIVIURIIIS, Imiiisiaiiizig AIIll'Ii1'IIlllIIlIIlI All-iw-liziinlisiiig: "ll" Vluli, lf' filf tlvzill lfuur Yi-uns, HARRY IC. MYERS, Mxuhlvlii li -'1: llUlllll'S1 I'i Kailllni .Xl1'Illl. lIl'l.ON Niilililill MYERS, llxittii-slnurgg a'li1-iiiistry milw- In-ntnlri .Xliflm lui-silmi ln-ltai. .Xli-lm l's1 Him-gn, .Kim-1'i-'ani 1'li+-mi-'ulSm-il-ty,l'ili:1pp:il'i, l.:lllL1ll:l2'vL'Illlu, SEVENTH ROW: IDICNSON NAPIICII, Svlliiiulryg Spin--li, NIIKIG IC. NASSICIK, 'IH-gzilviuzxllval, Ilunfluraisg lliulugy, MARY l'I.XlCl,lXl'1 NICAI.. Iiauloiiv: lfiiiulixlug IH-l1Sqlx:ul, l",'I'..X. I Nl.HCYl,YN NICXYSONI,4iuIlim1'l3Vniiiiii--i'1'i:il All: lixim-:I lu-lin, Iizimul I'i, llunh-l'!l llnii-'v IIVUIIII, llO'l' NI'1N"l'ON, I.:iui'u-lp ltusim-ss I-Ulu--ziliun. I'.1l'l.INl'I NOIZLIC, Yivlqslnirgg Ifl1'llIl'llI1ll'j' I-I-lm-nitiviip W-'SA Ivy lfmiiillaitiuli. McCarty, G. McCarty, M. McCrimn1on M1-Lellaml McLeod, K. McLeod, XV. Magee, B. Magee, J. Martin, C. Mathes May Mayfield Mitchell, J. Mubley IIUITPH Mothershend M uvpliy Nasser Murray Napier Neal eng., ,,,.,-.. I 'li 3 5 X .5 W., -.. . za.. K- . 4. Y ::":.:. f .:-,..:-i',., H:...- " ' A rv ""' Q ' f 5- ' W. YI WZQZP ' f as '. ' ' 5. 1, 1 'I Xi X Y 1' f' w ' 5' ,gs f-ff.. -X "4 f 'WSW f J, NX -X 5351? sf A f ' f 4,3 A 2' 1 4: ' AA. Et. 11. f Egg? i ' 225. x bf . 54, Y -...li N r. ., fm if nr 5 1. , W ' f 4 x W ff : A294230 'we .X , 1.. .X - . L N5 wwf W V6 .f ,. x 4 SX .. VV? .va-..,-... RZ W, V55 X f N 1 3? I li am., nz f W.. 41, . QW. ' 1 , X Msg 1.- E M 117 '98 M AW' .ff Hhs. U 5. 5 'X gg -,, 5 , Q Q V' , mas" ' -i gg 5 Q "ff V' N Pk ,. Jaffa , .44 ., .. ,,, .. W 'P .vt X , X x fig f . ' ' I V- .iw , E25 ' ' . Y ,.a1,,,,, , D f -J 2-:tai x 1 ri. . X-iliff' X x M1-Daniel Mclntyre M1-Kee M4-Queen Mzmlison, J. H Madison, J. V Martin. G. Martin, M. Martin, M. J. Measells Miller Mitchell, E. Moore, A. lloure, BI. Morris Muilueci Nh ers, H. E. Myvrs, H. YV. Ne-'wsonl Newton Noble THE SE IO CLASS FIRST ROW: RICHARD LEE NORMAND, 4'lulfpur1g Musif' Eduvutiong Vvs- pvi' 1'hoi1', 4'Illll'H.l lfnion, Hzmfl, Alpha. Psi Urns'-i.:zi, Soutlu-Vn l'l:iy4-rs, GIBB I.. NORSAYORTHY, XV:iyr1+-sim:-ng liusimlss 1511111-ation. -I-ANI5 NUAYELL. Aliwolinlv: Musiv Iiwlui-ation1 Vo-span' Vhoir, 1'IlH1'JlI Tfniun. RIZIKIIJQQIIIIGIIIS, Band, XYvsl+'y Foundation. J. G. ODOM, HAROLD L. OLIYICR. Pusvzigoulug RIilIII!'IllilII4'5 uml Geog- rupliy, FLOYE O'NEAl., P1-r'lii11stm1Z RIHlIll'lllLlIIl'SI liumui Mu Epsi- Inn. SECOND ROW: ,1... V lluhhi JOY PAXTON, Iii-nrmlqllaxviig Ile-:ilth and Phys. Ed.: lil-ultll and Phys Ed Vluli W X X PAT READMAN, Gulfport: Rusinvss Ewllil-aliqng Trl-asurer KZIIDIPQL lwltn, Vi Hniega l'i, Ss-niul' Class Student Council Rep- 1'a-S1-Ilfzxtive. BILL REEDY, Tuiu-log Murlu2Iing and RIl1l'4'I13,l1LIlSllI15Il Presi- fle-nt Alpha Tau Hxncga, NELL REYNOLDS. IIa1'pI'i'x'illeg Honw 1421 unolniw-S EfIU4'2lt1OIlQ I'IUlll" ICVOIIOITTIVS Vlulv, NY..-X.,-X, I-IDNA RICE, GulI'pm't: Instrurnental Musiw Eclufutimx-Viola: Band, Sv:-re-tzu'y Little Sy1n1:lmn3', VL-S111-1' lfhnir. MERLA ROBERSON. XYig::,:'inSZ llvalth and Phys, 1211.3 Hngalth anal Phys. Ed. Vlulv, AVA..-X, FIFTH ROW: JAFK IC. ROBINSON, T:iyl1vl'sxills-1 P1'n--In-gal. JOHN ROBINSON, 1,1-vingtunt Spunisli. JAMES 5. ROLAND. .len-lqsimi Mark'-lin: :in-l RI+'1'I'Il1lll1Il5IIlg1 Lamlulzi Phi Allahu, l,Ivlt:L Sigma Pi, 1'a11tf-1'hu1'y Club, nlxfiiy, ,N lm, H 'V To us, the Finest Evcr MARY ES'I'lCl.Ll4I 1'lCAGLl'IR, I.1ullmx': Bllsinn-ss Efllivzitimig l'i Llllltfgil l'i. 4'l.YDEl'l1iO'l"I', 'I'yls-rtuwxll Hisluryg lizilipu Alpha, SIDNEY AY. I'l'l"l'MAN, Ellisyillup I4i0l1153l'Z Alpha Epsilfni IH-lin, l'i Tziu, Hetzi I31't:1 li-,-tu. JAMES l'I'l'S, lfillisvilli-3 1"lu-nlistvy, MRS. NANVY AY. l'OAYICLL, Sunimitg linilish. THIRD ROW: AYILLIAAI MAX l'OAYl'll.L, Brazil, lniliunzll llisiury. NALA'l'lIlEL l'RI'1Nl.l4IY, l,nuisx'ill1-3 llusim-sf 14111111-zitiml. JAMES INDLGLAN l'RH'I'I, JR., XY:isliiiig't1v11. ll.1'.: l'Ill'llllSIl'X, lliulusy, l'i-1--Afv-liwsxlg l'i liumvzi, Alplm-l'le-flggv l'ri-sid:-nt tlfllfli, Ilulxlzinmlini: I'l4-nigh Awzlrwl, lluusn- 1'l1:lil'm:in. l'UI'l'4'- simmlint Si-fri-t:il'y, lin-ymrte-1' llfiilli' Vi'-11 l'r sid:-nt 195051, Sawizil t'li:iirmzin, Hush 4'Il2llI'IIl2lI'l, l'lwlg4- Mawlvi- 11131-521 Sw'- imfl Vim- I'r1-siili-nt Simi:-nt llmiiwl H1515 "Slu1l1nt l"l'inix" Slmiws lllflitnr, 11430, 1'i1'1'ul:1timi RIZIIIZILZVI' 1931, Sw-iw-tm'y- 'l'iw-:is111wi- l'i 'I':iu, 150513 Alpha. Epsilon In-ltug In-lmrte-r, Anifii- 1'JIlI Vin-mi1':il Sunil-ly, 19513 11111111-i'n IJZIIIHIIIILU' Vlulmg XY.-slvy I-'fmiiflzitiuiig l.l".4'.L iifviinr lloll, lil-HI-1952. LICON l'RINGl,l'I, JR., Ilzittiwslnirgg Gln-ulfuzyg ilu lxaiplm 'l':i1I. S:-1 iw-iziry 424-niuuiv':il1'-ulllllln. Hl'I0lUilN.K l'llUlfS'l', Klum-lla-Q llllllll' l'I1'nl1ullii1'S I'Illl14':ili4qig Ilnnn- I':1'4rllllllll1'SVIIIII H f ,f . . , . .. . IlII,I.RA Il, QllN, JR., nnlunilvmg l.llSIllvSS Auliiiillislrulmiil l'l1i Kappa: 'lwJlll, FOURTH ROW: l"0RIl RA'I'1'I,lI'l", .I.u'l1,w-:lip l'vi-small-I AI2lll1l!4"lll1'lllQ l'i lizllvxvsi AIIFIIII, A I wa ... ,EN -V 'J -1 The Last Nlilc IC. C. RLSHING, JR., Glusle-1'1 Businvss Amlininistrutiung Il1ll'2L- lnurails--Bash'-1lulli, Sfdtliglll. SIIICRRY BROOKS RUSHING, Magi-u, lflusinoss 1511111-zitinn. HORACE J, RYAN, llmvislmg Busini-ss Ailniinistrutimi. SIXTH ROW: MRS. MARY J. SAl'L'l'ERS, S9Illllllll'Yl liusiness liillugntioxl. BILL SELAH, .lm-lqsmug Musiv Eduwutiwn: Kappa Alpha. Band, Vvspvi' s,'lmii', IA12l4IlilQZllIIlll.llS. LLOYD YOl'NG SICXTON. Bunkii-, lmxiisizlliuz 1'ru-Lu-:alg I.lI.4'., XVesl-ly lfwlllirlntiuil, l'i'vSid11'nt l'ix--lwgzil lfui-uni, Kappa Sigma, FRANRIIC SIIOAYS, tlxwtlg llnsinoss l'I1lll1'zlliun: l'i 4Illl1'2'1l I'i. AMANDA JANIC SHl'NlARl+IR, RIt'l'l1I1:lll1 Art: Aliwlm Sigma Alpha, Kaxlvlm. l'i, XY1-Sli-y I'I4'lll1fIllIlUlI, Slr1"1'l'lEliNl'Zll Stalfll HIJAICL SIERRA. l4ng'ul:i, Vuluinl-isa, SA.: Hioluuy. SEVENTH ROW: Rl'l5Y IIICLIGN NISIMONS, l.1i--1-llailn-3 ll:-:illh :null Phys, lid.: lla-:nllli :uml Phys, lid, Vlull, 1X'.A.A., 11"-slliiinstm-I' Ife-lluxxxliilv, ROGICR NININIONN, JR.. Klfrimlizlnl ll:-vt'-':iliuii: ill-aillli unil lhys. lull, 1 lnl-, lhi lxnmizi lziu. lllNllSI'IR'I' J. NINOPOLI, IlnlI'lml'tg Nlzirlu-tina' :mil RIt'I'1'IlIlII' ilixinul Kzippu Allvlm. RORICRT SLAVR, JR., !l:il1i1'SIHll'g2 lla-liuiw-11 :mil l'hilusopIiy. U, SIIANNON SLYFI BLD, Moss l'uin1g Musil- I'TlIlll'ZlIIlllII Iiillhl. I.il I lv Sympliniiy, Rl11XI'ZRl,Y SMALL, S-mlziug lllh-im-ntziry Iiilm-:iii-'lip I-Ilvinwn lziry i'..ini4 il, 114-shy l4'mivi1l.ili-ni, l.'.'1'.-xl' I-,-li squzui, Nurmand Nnrswortlny Nnwell Paxton P1-:lgler Pignit Powell, AY. Presley Price Ratcliif Rn-aclmau Rcedy lfubillhtill Robinson, John Rnlaml Sn ultcrs Selah Nvx! on simnmns, R. ll. Sinmnms, Roger Sinnpuli fx wpguqr -nr- Wfyif f my f W 'gf 'KM S X 9 X4 w 4' w f . wzrwc A 4 mf AN fxmf' ffge f M wg fmf' APY? wf w X 9 'Q 1 f f W f X 2-,QW A 50 K fr 2 QQQ- -av .MA FWA2 'W Q gfigszf H A ., f'QP.f3f:f5'tiQ, - mfs ' on v , ' .5-.,.i:'i:z::4:1' W' J ' -1' fy -' , 51 , 1, f jg Q 4? , X I , ',,,uQ I 2 W 5 f . 4 1' 'tv x F6 'I A-W , 1 , ff' af ' V W 'f'f" ' AZ? f ' V a 2 7. sf M 4, , ' 1 f 'Z-fy ' PV Q , , f, ff? f 6 '4 -' W V. 5'3f5:Lf? Q Q y , W 1 4 f M f X 4 7 , f 0 V .X Z 1 f , X M WVU ff.: UV f X 'ff W' fx - wp- l awk 1 A 5 W " '- " ba: " -.2125 1-l f , 2 , - X 'F QL M--,W ,w Q, 1 X f X' 3 if Q + My ' S5 Q UQQX. ,ti ,, 5. H www 5 f5,2WS,.5 1.. 1,0 ZX- 2 W.. ' 1-'W . ix 'wk-7 9 .fm f 4x "Ri ' 5 Zi 'wr All Xin: 4, 'ii s Wx ,p , . , , 4, at -' M Wie:-ft. bv .aa qt, 1 i W , , . I Wmwr'SfI" R , A Q-J 3 MX- W ff . ,fi if 4 L 0 X" " " sf f Q Q, x it , jj X!! Smith, J. Smith, M, Sowvll, M. Stvvlf' Stewart, C. A. Stewart, C. L. Sullivan Swillvy Tate '1'l1umaS Thmnpson Thorne Trikuslso Tutor 'lynes lhlllcur, F. Wtulker, J. Walker, N. H11 rren Watkins XY1-nterfortl, D THE SE IOR CLASS FIRST ROW: Al'DRl'lY ICLAINIC F-WIITII, I-l1'i.mkl1:ix'f-iip Vniiiiiiv-i'w-, f'H,gR,LlCS f'.XMl'lSl'lLL SMITH, Iliittivslvurfl: l'1'v-Me-r,li1'2il' Alpha. Iflpsilfqi lurltn, Sfufleht Aihliziif- Ui' Aiiwi-iwziii wlia-iiiicul Hri4'i1'TB'. HI'BlCK'l' H501 SMITH, Czilllouu Vityg AT11l'lU'flll34 :xml Mcl- 1-lizmrlisiiigg Phi Kiippzi Tau. R.O.T.'.'. JANIE SMITH, llzitiiilslviiirl SH1'l'l'f2ll'l2l1 Studivsg Billlil, Pell Squzul, IfI.N.l'. MlI,IlRl'lD deN'l'IIR SMITH, Slic-lhyg C':,iiii1i1vi-vizil Art: Erlitur Phi Mu, Iiznmvzi l'i, IMAHIQ lflwlitur "Studi-iii Ill'll1IZ." MARIAN JOYVE SOIYICLL, Kosviuslwg Lil-rziry S'.'il"ll1'l" Y.XY.A., l2.S.'I'. SECOND ROW: Norm l'II,lZAl3l42'I'll srimllcs, xzim, l'it3'1 iimui-y, JYANITA CAROLYN THOMPSON, Lyman: Home Economics iii Efliiipnientl Kappa. Oliiif-1'un Phi, Phi Delta Rho, Honm 121-uiioxiiivs Cluh. JAMES ROBERT THORNE, Decatur: Elementary Eduf-ation: Piw-si-il+:nt Future Teal-11+-rs of Ame-ri:-a. FIFTH ROW: AIMEE TINDALL, Sosa: .If.vi1rnaliS1i'i: Editor, 1952 SOUTH- IGIINEII, Sumrity Editor 12, "Student Printzj' Sofgiety editor 3, in-ww mlitui' Il, iiiakv-up vclitur 43 Student Cuunvil -1: Alpha Siumu. Alplm, Edirol' II, r1'giSt1'u1' 42 B.S.L'., YAY.,-X., Clioristi-r IZ, Mmli-rii Language Cluli 2, 133 Hzittieshurg Choral Vnifvn 2. 23. H. F, 'l'0W'NLEY, JR., Ellisvillei Mziihernatin.-S. JAMES A. TOYVNl,l'IY, Ellisvillt-3 Health and Pliysif.-al Eclurfzl- tion: Hvaltli und Phys, 1211. Club. WY. B. TRIKOSKO, llzittivslvurg: Industrial Arts. Q A Career Day Attractions Midway Attracts 'em TYILLIANI ELYVOUIP Nl'l'lNl'lC, l"uxWul'lI1Q I1llSi11t'SS Aflllllll- E. fx. 'l'l"1'0li. JH., 1'ulllnJtm'g 1'l1i-iiiislry 211111 Hinluzfy, 'F"ff'-- 4 ,. I I L mu Yl+IKl'BIA TXBLS, Pn11l:l1'x'illvg Homo Evuiiuliii--s liillivzitiniii HOBBIIC Sl'liAYBl4IliRY, Mm'-mlg lli:4lm'yg XXV.-slvy Fuuiirlzi- lluim- E1-miuiiiiigs Club. limi, KATIIIRYN l..w1'ill,l4:x' S'I'l'Il'Il,l'I, 1,ai,.-1-typ 1+:1i-immmiry icflu- SIXTH ROW: 111111-il. F. A. S'l'lGNYAlC'I', l'i-'aiyiiiir-3 Husiiit-ss .XIllllilllI4ll'Z'tllU!l. 1f'lil'lDDll'I LlCl'I VANCE, Lauri-lg Af-rouxitingg 1:,0,'1',L'. IIARLAN YINNEDUIC, Il'zitiie'fl1lll':2 Ge-nlngy: Th,Jt3l'l1i I'li-si- l'Il.Xl!l,iCS LlVNliy gfl-l4IYyAXli'p' lizilci-lzixiil, 1,-li-ritliig 11,1-alllinullil mint' Student L.mlnl.iL Pi Tim' Pi Hmmm Pi- Kumm Mu EIISHI H. NUS' lm!" h'lm':" 'x'lI'lm' Hmlnh und IIUS' hd' 'lub' M Iiilt-i'l'i'utt-1'1iity ifoiim.-il, lhfulogii- Vulumii. Vlulm, FHARLES IC. WYAITS, Slllllfilllj Pre-Ilifiitzll. I"l.ORl4INCE EYICLYN NIXLIRICIC, Frecport, Tvxus5 Bllsim-ss ldwliiwitiwlip xYt'SlIlllIll5tt'l' F1-llowsliiii. RALPII N'I'l'IN'All'l', JR., 41ul1'1mrt3 El-uiwiiiii-:sag Kzippzr Alpha. v V A JACK II. N'Al,Kl'lll, llzilvyvillv, Alzilmiiiag llt-ulth :uid I'h5S. IDOROTIIX ANN N'l'l',XR'l', llutlir-slrul'L:g Exiulislig ljhi Cwllllilil, , I'hi lnfitnlllm, l41llll4'llZIL1l"'1lllP,STQIIIHlVl'H1ll,i. JOHN Nl'lllll"I'II, 'Fupifliig Ilisifny. l':till1'llll4JllQ Pi Ifilllllkb lhi, ll:-znlth :mil Phys. limi. l'lul-. NOVA CAROLYN YYALKICR, SlllllllYill1', Missouri: lila-liivlitziig' Eriil--:iii-vii: Sigma SlHlllll. Siunm l'n-siilviit uiiil Vux'i'i-spuiiiliiiu lil'1liI'Ili.Kll Nl'l.lilYAN, XYin4m:ug llwlmf 151-mmii1i+-S1 ITOIIIQ' Ev. 54'f'l'+'i2ll5'. Vlul., XY.-all-lx If'n1lii1l:itiini. JAMES IC. SN'll,l.l4IY, I'wlr1zi1viIl1-3 llistfvry. SEVENTH ROW: 5 XYAICICICN N. 'I',YI'l'I, l'ill'llIilLfl'I llixiuiyg Pi lfilllllll .Xlllll1l. MARGIE DEAN XYALI., Usykug ll'-mv l-Ivniiuixiivs Nalin-:itil-:ig l',0LIR,l-H Ilimi-- IC'--iiiuiiiiws l'lllll. , , , l A 1'liAliI.l'IS NELSON N'ALl,l'2Y, Iii-'litiiili llislnry. 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SARAH L. ll'lCAYlClR, Quitman: llullu- 1-21wmu1nif'S3 llumv 191-0- IlflIllll'S lqllllv, Kalfpu 1VIl1l4'l'Ull Phi, XY1-slcy 1f'U11r11lutirw11, KOIIERT XYICICKS, NYinIivlrl, ,Xl2llY2lIll21Q 1'L'I'SliIlIl4'l Mz1uu:'1'- GEILXLIJ WILLIAMSON, Oalivzlleg Marketing and Mermghan flisilli. mf-nt, Al Blilul J. ll lull., JR., Nvyxv 4ll'lf'2lllS, l1ULl1Sl?lllElQ llA'UIlUlIll4'SQ 'RED tx I HIL ox' luptln' buxlflw Adlmnvxtldtlou' Vivo P11-siflvlmt. Phi Knlvlva 'Pau 1051-5151 1911-sid1'11t I11t1fr1'1':1- 'Umm 'Inu Umugil' "an19rmu-Y "lu1"' SOLTHERNPJV: Statf' tm-rnity mmllln-il 19517323 l'lefI:,:e- Alzlstvr 11019-Su-SL Phi Iiuppu l.1u, 1111+-l'l1'z11f-1'111ty 1 nu111'1l l.f-1v1'-'s+-x1lz1t1x1- lfmtl-:ill l'I'1,'-IA,'!Q'2ll Iwvrllm WIN-.,!g NPHIIUIII Vluh ISIINJZQ lIllI'ilI1lllI'2ll Slmrls 11918-Lf. BETTY WYINDHASI, Buy S1'11'ings3 S01:iul"SB'1 lic:-ording SQ" l'l'lHl'j' Slpfllla Sigma Slglllil 1950.52 ATO Showboat Tragf.-dy's Corner E IIICLEN l+:l.lz.usr2'l'll H'l'Il,Sl'll, ll1lllll'34lPllI'!I l1m...,q 'nw-1-2.5. THIRD ROW: IIl'4'l' l'lll M1114-gn: Siam- Maxmgm' ,Xlplm Psi Olllwtil, l'1'vsi1l+,-11r mamma. Alpha. lflfsl, I'1'a-sifivlmf Pi Iwlfsl Phi, Phi IM-ltzl Hhh, Sw:- 1-1-i:n1'Y Sp--1-1-11 Vuuuvil. Tl't'HSlIl'l'l' nil S'1liHl' Vlelss, I.li.I'., Suutll- Hl"l'l'Hl'IN 'l'YlC XYOOD, llilllirjxlillllfl A-1-Ulllxtillsg A4'1'lll1Ill- Mu I,1,u,M,4 ing Auxillizmry, l"ll.lN1'lGS N'Hl'I'l'I. A1.'.-mann: l:.-.-11.-ani..11m1-1 Iflln-l11m1t:1l'Xlfhlu- PAH' WUUIW' H:1fli"N"U"21 Wmllms -W"'i'1i5'1fUiU'1- 4-:1n1..114 11.Ju11n:m1n 1-nw 14:-1. vnu, xxpx..-x. I.I!.l', li0Ul'?RN'K U- WOODS. 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Ballinger Bnggett Barnett Benefielcl Bessey Berryhill Bilbo Brace y Brad ford Brantley Brent Buck Butler Byrd Caleote Canterbury Carpenter Carter Case, A. Clary Cooley Cordell Corley Davis, 0. Daws Darrell Daughdrill Dobson Doherty Donahue Dubuison Ethridge Evans, J. Evans, T. Everitt THE U IOR First Row: JEAN CLARA ABIGL . . CALISTA ADAIH . . . ... IVIARVENE ADCOVK ..... EDXVARD C, AKEIIS, .Ili,.. .I IIXIMY ALBRITTI PN ........ BIAIIGAIQETTE ALLICICII ,.... ICLIZABETII M. ALSXYHIITII IIIX ANDERSON, .IIL -..., . . Second Row: .IAUQUE ANDERSON JOHN Il. ANDERSON .. IIUBIC I-IT AVERA ..... DAMON HALL .... RIARY BALL ....... . RUBY BALI.INGl-'Ill . . LAIIKIN IQAGGETT ............ XVIIILIAM IIOBEIIT BAIINIGTT . . .BOIZUIII .... . . . .fIIoSlvi' ....l'Iiilml1-lpliiu .......L:1u1w-I .. .I'il-uyun4- ...Auburn ....I'ui'vis ,..Hruoklyi1 ...Meridizlii . . . . .Latzrffl ...Quitman . . . .IIIPCOIHII .. ..IJ1'I.l.lI't'i . . . .f'Cll't11i1fl.'t' . . ,Hiwmkllzlveii .....Ja4:kson Sixth Row: IIUBHY f7AI,IJNVl'lI.Ii . . .. IILYIPE ICIIXVAIIII VAMI' , UIIAILLES IC. tf'AAII'I4lCl.I. . 'FIIAVIS I.. l'ARII'Iil'II.I, .. VILISILICIL r'ANfI'IC'l1lilll1Y NVILIIIAM' l1,t'Al2I'l'IN'l'lf1II .. CLASS 1'lIAILI.I'IrI 17Ali'l'ICIl ....,. .... I ALIGN LICIG VASE .. Seventh Row: TIQEIALES BASIC .,......... .IFISIGPIIINIO I., 1'IIAIf'If'IN .. IIIWIHI1, VIIIZISTIAN .... XYILLIAM Il. VLAIIK .. f7llAliLICrI II. ULAIIY . IVIAIZTIIA 1', t'tb4IIiI'1Y . .IHIINNIIC1'Hl-lIlEl.I. ........ AIRS. BENNYE 1jAIlUI.YN 4'4il1I.EI . ,. . .. . . . .IIi"k0i'y . . . . . .liiloxi Ilzitlivsliiilr. . . . . .VUIIIIIS xI3lI-1 -'1' Ilzittiwslruimx, my St. Imuix . , . . . I.:1l1In-l . .,III:if:l'1uIi1i . . . . .lloloroso l'l:itlim-glitilug' 'm ........Ivtzil Ilsittia-fbury.5 ...Ms-ridizin Jllvn Allan .Mount Olive Office Practice Transcription Office Practice Recording Third Row: JAIXIES R. IEAIINETTE . . , RICHARD BASS ......., ARTHUR RAUGII .. .. DON BEAHDEN ....,.... TOM E. BENEFIELIQP, JIZ. . STANLEY X. BESSEY .. DAN BERRYHILI. . . . . HULON H. BILBO . . Fourth Row: LIILDRED JANE BLAPK JOSEPH I". BOAIIDMAN, .IIC BILLY JOE BOUTXYELL . .. JUANITA BOYD ........... HOBEIITA BIIAFEY ....... JAMES CURTIS BRAIPI-'Hill' ICDXVIN Il. BRANTLEY UHARLES BRENT ..... Fifth Row: LAMAR BRITTON ........,.. GERALD MELIION I-2lfiHl'IIY IVIARY D. BRONVN .,..,...... ELAINE BRUMFIELD JAMES L. BUCK ..... KATHLEEN BUTLER . BILL IV. BYRD ..... DAVID CALCOTE .. . ...I .. ..... XN'ziyx1vslmi'u Brooklyn, N. Y. ...Alln-i'tville, Alu. ..........Sumniit ... .Gulfport .... . . .Biloxi .XVinl'i1-ld, Ala. ....I.llllIIDG1'IlOIl ......Pui'vis . . . I'Iz1l11I:4Im1'u ...Mobilcg Ala, ..........I2IYttS5 ilytln-ville, A1-lc. , . . .II:ll'lvP1'X'i1lv ......Madden ...Huttieslrurag . ...... IEQIPSUII ...I-Iaittiosliilig ...l2utler, Alzi. .. .Colilililwiai .....Gult'pm-t . ...Monticello ...Cleveland . . .Lucien Eighth Row: VIIARLES CRAl'I'S . . ANITA JANE IIAVIS .. JACK DAVIS ......... 1'ICGGY .IOYCE IIAYIS .. HFIIJA DAVIS ....,.. VIIAILLICS IIAXVS ..., DAVID IJAI-tl-tlilll, .... .mlm D.xmiH1.+1:i1.1. .. Ninth Row: l'Il.-XRLES IJEBIIOXV .. ILAY DORIS IPEEN . . . XVALTER IPICNTI IN ..... .I ICANNIE I IICKICIISON ..,,.. IXIAIITIN I.l"I'IlI'Il'L IPOHSUN JAMES MIVHAEI. DOI-IEIl'l'X GLORIA 'IWYIALA ININAIIIIIC . .V AIWIIIAN I'. DITBUISSON Tenth Row: 4'AlCILOLll IlI'NN .,.... EI.lZABlC'l'Il DVNNARI .. IlEBE4'm'A ICLLISUN IIOXYAIIII IP. ELIIZICY .. .IAUKIE I'I'I'HIIIlHIIC .... . JANE ANNE EVANS ..... . GEORGE TIIOMAS EVANS . . BARBARA ANNE ICVEHITT ,....I4l,1allnw IIIIIIHIIII City ...Nutcli--z ..IJu IQHII1 ...Sir-iiliiizlry ,.. . ,IMI Kalh II:ttti+1sIvill'pL .I'1ilrI1ll'VIII13 . . I Iaittin-slwlllix' ...,.1'ollins ...lliuiolilyii . . . . .SIIIHIIIII ......SliuIvut:i Ilailiieslruiuj iyslul Springs .,...f'l11lfp.iit ...Mi-riiiiaiii .,....l3il0xi ..I.1-xingtuii ....I.:iui'vI ,,,AI4-Villiilll .. .Mr-Neill , .... Pr-tnl ....AIOI'iUll lfvl kins Ferguson. J l"vrg'nson, XV. Fvrlisc- lfortvnlwrry Foy l"l'i'llf'll Gil rrisun Url-gory, E. Gregory, S, Grubhs Gnivv Harper llurrell, A. llurrf-ll, P. Harris llellclria-lc Henry Herndon Herrera Howe-ll, A. Howe-ll, E. Howell, WY. Hlldsoll Jan-kson, S. JZIIIIFS Jvlen Je-n ninfrs Johnson, 'l'. .lmu-5, M. N. Jnnvs, NI. K. Kvllq-y liiflililllll liirlx pal rick l,xuIm-r, A. lAl1lll4'I', I". Inw- I.i rs-I3 l.lllllIl2ll'll0 Imp:-l', IC. 3 421 -ni CS? H fr mf , ' Q. .A V, ff xii 'life' Q f L.. ,. ,M ' wr- - , , -1,4 f A4 'WW ww ggg ? K' f. 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THE U IOR CLA First Row: JERRY FELKINS ........... JOHN DOUGLAS FERGUSON NVANDA FERGUSON ......... . . . PAT FERLISE ........... XVILLIAINI R. FLOXVERS NICHOLAS J. FOKAKIS DURXVOOD FONDREN .. BIARTHA ANN FORT! Second Row: VVARREN FORTENREIIICY .. SLATER FOY ............. LESLIE FRENCH, .IlZ. LORENA GARRISON . FANNIE LOU GILL MARY SUE GRIFFIN .. MARTHA GREEN ........ MERLE EDXVIN GREEN .. Ri1'min1.flI:1n1, Ala. . ..... Molrilv. Ala. ...........lV'PIIll'I' Bll'II1II1g'lIHIII, Alu, loxi . . .I'I21llivSbul'g . . . ..I:tt'kSoll .. ..Iz1f'ksrm ...llzxttin-shurg ......Summll . . . .l,li'lit'llll0l'l'V ...Vivlcsbtlrpx . . . . . . .I'l1:'ke-tt . . . .l5lZIlIllJl'SVllll' ....PlIiIuds:l1 Illia ...Mobile-, Ala. Sixth Row: SS EVIQENIA IIHXVELI, ..... ...Lu .-.- mil-- XYINNIE IVAYE IYIUXYELI. ,.. ..,l.u.'...11.1.. JAMES W, IIUIINON .......... ...sum-1111 NHRA l+'lflAN4'ES HUIf'EMAN .,.. Oltoloii-I SALVADOR IMRI:AG1If:1,1O .. . ...l.:tt.,-.-1 PIIYLLIS IVY .............. ,,.. , ,.nt.IkS..n P1 PNIVAY .I.-'UWICSVPN .. . . .1 . . . . . .I,z1ul:- Seventh Row: NVE JACKSON ....... ...f:u1r',.-.I-1 IIILLIE MA E .IAM Es ....,. ,.,l'l11-In-It WILEREII f:LENN JELI-:N .. ,Astmimlx CLAUDE C. JENNINIIN ... ...s:.1'.1iA RONEAIARY .IUIINSHN .. ...M.t.11l-In IIIITII JOITNSUN ....., MARVIN .IVll'lNSfIN .. STE JOHNSHN .... .. .Bit-l'ltlI?l1l ,NMI-4'o1x1ly .. .NUXIllPilII'I' Making with the Clatter Progressive Education Third Row: ELIZABETH SUE GREGORY STELLA .IANE GREGORY TROY GRUBBS ......,.. HELEN GUICE ..,,...... MILTON HALL ............ CARLEY EDITH HAMBLY .. JAMES C. HARIILTON, JR. . CLARA ANNIE HARIIY .. Fourth Row: ROBERT HARPER . A. G. I-IARRELL PEGGY IIAIZRELI. .. A. B. HARRIS .......... JEROME C, HARRISON .. ANN HASSELL ......... MARTHA REED HAYS ...... MARY ELIZABETH ll ELMER Fifth Row: YUBA JANE HENDRIPK .. DAN W. HENRY .......... WANNA JEAN HERNDON .. PATRICK J. HERRERA CLARA JEAN HICKS .... FRANCES HILTON ....... MARTHA HOLDER . ..... , .... . BARBARA ANN HOXVARIW .. ADDEMAE HOYVELL ..... .... . .Zalun .......,Zama .. .Mendenhall . . . Blwvokhzlven . . . . . .Vi1'lisl,1Lll'g' ..,..P:tsSnic-, N. J, , .... Vivkshurg . . . . Pllilzulf-lplliai , . .ll:l1tif1slv1ll'Q' , , , llflliin-r:lrL1l'2 , . . .t':ll'lll1lg4' .......IIuzIt-liurst .. .4 'illl'lillNilXY' .Xl:1. . . . . . . HatCiv:4IruI'Q' . . . . .1'illlf1l0l'f , , , llf1ltiwNIvuI'g ....Pu rvis . . .Newton .. .Sarepta .....XViggins ...Leukesvill-1 . . .. .Laurel . . .Philipp ... .Purvis . . . .Amory Eighth Row: THEOLENE .IUHNSON .. MARTHA NELL JONES .... MARY KATHERINE JONES MILFORD KELLEY ....... EVELYN KENNA BILLY KENNEDY . .. .Sllnitlwillef ,.Mt-rifliztn . . . .Miz-1 .,'l'llDt'ln 4,,Summit .......1lttHe-H XYALLAVE KEYES ........... .... I Iziltislvlllk: A LLISUN K l I,I4INGSXYUll'I'Il Ninth Row: EI.E'ANUl'L JO IcH:IcI..xN1r . NANVY KIl1Iil"A'I'liIl'K ,. Avlm'-E LAIPNEII ....... I+'llEl,PElll4"K ll, LANIII-Ili . Ilzltli-Aslmvu . . . .xlusvllv . . .NON:ipI:it1-I .,.lil'2llllllllllI ......lxlt-ulv .IANET LANIVIHIM ...........,. -..Il:1lli1-Nlrllru ELMVJ J. LANG ............ ILHSVOE LEA ..,......... ,.. Tenth Row: IIANIWAIIL IIVGII LEE .. IPIIANCES PAY LIRELY . PHILIP LOAIBARDO .... ELLA MAE l,UI"I'IR ....... . MARY ANN HEIIIIY LOPEH I'AsCAL IAW'I"1' ....,...... . . MAX LUCAS .......... BENNIE RAY LYON .. .. . . Alilflltbilll IIUIILIAS IIA YNES l.ANlDS'l'1IN . . , ..ll1lttivsIvul'2 .I!1'fmkI1:1Y--n .Rua-pzitunmi . . . . ..Iz11-kstm I-Hrmlilyll, N, Y. mini ,...I.:tu1'vl ....Sll1lIl'Ftll ..,St:1tv Lune . . . .I.:1111'vl Lyon, D. M1-Bride M4-Cann McC0ol Mcllonald, K H1-Graw, I". Mc-Graw, WV. McKenzie McNair, M. Mc-Nair, 'l'. Magee, D. Magee. KV. Mathews, YV. Meadows Metz Miller, A. Montgomery Mooney Moore Muriwake Murfl' Myers Myrivk Nec-ilise Norris Norton Ober 0'Connell Parker, M. Pearve Penton Phillips, E. Pitlmxun, L. Pillimln, M. Polk Pullilz l'rnr-sol llilvkla-y Italy Iimuly L. ,-. L ' bi X V 'F y .4 9 ff? Q4 fi' KJ . V g- :Aw ex ff 1 f if 7 , . , ww. ' MWA. f lk AW Q , f if Q5 ' QM' .l ,W 'EP ff , , ks A . N .J - , wi? 2 ' 2 x0 , , . M ,ami A v , w ff any "'1 F n if Q-- vn- Ai ,QQ x ms 4 LV 1... Q Ai, 4 r' fi f w , i gi' ni if M ,, 'Q 1. " ...1-' Lg zv- ' 4, 1 1.5 w ik ,Q Q f -- va, ,ilkf ' ' , 11 - ... if Z in 4 ""' vi wzal ' Q-1's..i.i 3.2 , ' . x li A - il at 9 , ' W N 115 - - N3 'Qi .vf . .' ,f 128 1VIOCoy McDaniel Mc-Donald, B. M1-Donald, M. Mc-Kinney M1-Lelmore McLeod McManus Mafngin Mungum, B. Mangum, J. Matthews, WV Miller, B. Miller, J. Milner Mobley Morgan Moss Dlljlillglb Mimro Nelson Netterville Newman Nofo Oden Okamoto Padgett Parker, E. Phillips, B. Pierce, H. Pierce, R. Pitalo Poole, B. Poole, WV. Posey Powell Red Richards, R. Richards, Z, Riley THE UNIOR CLASS First Row: IIONNIS LYON .............. . EIRNEST ELJNVARIP Mvl-Slillllfl .. GLADYS BT:-WANN ....... . , . .. SUE MCCOOL ....... XV. T. M1'l'OY .,....... EIPYVARIJ IVIIIIANIEI, . BILL Mc'IlONALD ..,....... IVIARY CEIVILE Nc'IIONAI.II , Second Row: ROBERT P. IIIVDONALII FRANCES M11-GRAW ...... , NVAYNE Ml:-GRAW .......... JAMES FRANK MQKENZIE .. MARGARET M1'KINNEY .... VV. V. XXII-LEIXIORE ..... DOT B'Ic"LEOIO1 .,...... . IOFOIIOTI-IY INICMANUS . .. ... . .l.:uur1-l ....IZOIllI0I1IIl4 . . . I'I:Lttis1SIrL11'g .. . I I2lIIl4I'SIll.lI'g' .,..,..Bw1-Izoni Kni-Iitwood, Ln. , . . . .,Jzui'kso11 .. .NNI-x:1:f1I1 ...,J1u"ksm1 ...NVoo1Ix'illo ...XVoodvil1e ...l'I2'lItII'SlIIll'Lf .....Ns-wton ...lvlf-rielizm ...Pll1'llllIZl . . .GLllI'1ml'l Sixth Row: HIIILIIG XYICST NIl'IiI"I" .. SUE IXIYERS .......... HILL IVI YIIIVK ...... IN PIIUTI I X. NMFA Ihlu .,......., I'I"'I'4Y 'X Nl"I'R11VV fl. .,I1l.. ........... , IX'IAIiTIIA ANN NlG"l"l'I'llCVII,I,I' IVIAILY Lfllf NIGXVMAN ........ MARTIN NIVIWI , ...... . Seventh Row: I1Af'II ICI, NORRIS . , . . .. 1:11 l'!ER'l' Nl lll'I'ON LALL LII lIAl.IP Hlilult .....,..,....... RIARGAIIET EI.IZARE'I'I'I U'1'HNNELl. .. w Y-Y-Y NVEELEH OIJILN ......,................. NOEL UKA1IO'I'U . . PA UI. PA IDG ETT ........... ELEANOILE ANN PAICKICII . ...l':llI1o11n4'itv .... ..Nl:lp:v1' . . ..l.lr'I,su11 ... ..l,1iluYi . . .Nzili-lion . . . .Alf-57011111 ., ..l'nw':lgm1lu . .I4:l5'SI,I.1ll,lis ...fullllls ,.l'IllltU1l Illissisximwi City .....,....OY1-It ..lI:1TTi4fsIl11l'14 . . . . XX':1i'211111-1' ....I11lLll4'I ,...I.:u11'vl ,si w-wmv . MW V' .45 II 13 I 1'?i'l'f'T" I 1 1 1 1 II i.. I I 1, Our Registrar Retires Tell us a Joke, Doctor Third Row: MARIANNE MCNAIR . . . . . . THOMAS GEORGE MvNAIR . DENNIS MAGEE .,......... IVILLIAIVI V. MAGEE .. JOHN MANGIN ....... BILLY NV. MANGUM .. .T. YV. MANGUM, JR. 'WYIGGIEU MATT!-IEXYS .. Fourth Row: NYINNIE' LOU MATTHEXVS .. FRUDIS MEA DOXVS ........ GEORGE METZ .... ALVIN H. MILLER .... BERNICE JOE MILLER .. JACK MILLER ....... IDA MARIE MILNER .. JOHN MOBLEY ....... Fifth Row: EVELYN MONTGOMERY . BETTY JO MOONEY ...... BOB MOORE ................ KAZUTO JIMMY MORIXVAKE ROBERT MORGAN ......... HAROLD MOSS ........ NELLIE MOZINGO ........ JOHN THOMAS MUNRO .. . . . . .'I'yle1'tow11 . . . H :Lttie-slinurg . .,Tl'yle'1'tuw11 ...HzlttieSl,1L11'g . . . . . .Biloxi . ........ Mize . ..Hatti1-sl.nu1'g . . . H attir-s1.rL11'g . . . .Laurc-l .. . . . .llflagf-P ....Louisx'ill1- . , .I-l nttir-:4l1L1rg .... ...Laurel ....XYiggi11s .... .Gulfport .. .Lumberton . . . . . . .Laurel ...l-Iatliosl.vu1'g .....Gulfport ...Hattic'sb111'g ...Huttiflslfliig . . . . . . .Laurel . . .IVuy11r-sluo1'o . . . . . . .Biloxi Eighth Row: DIARY LOU PARKER . . O. J. PEA RCE ........ LOUIS E. PENTON ....... EFFIE JEAN IJIIILLIPS ,, . BESSIE MAE PH ILLIPH HELEN PIERCE ....... H. RYNIJELL PIERVE .. DONALD JCIHN 1'1'1'A1m .. Ninth Row: LUUY PITTMAN ,. . . . . IVIARILYN PITTMAN .. KATHILYN ANN P1 ILK . . GEORGE A. POLLITZ . , . BOOTII POOLE ........ XYILLIARI .I. POOLE . . BOB BY POSEY ........ MARY LOU PONYEIQL , Tenth Row: BETTY LOU PRASSEL . .. BETTY JEAN RACKLEY .. ANNE HAMPTON RAY , . XVILLIE JOYUE READY . . JOANNE RED ..,....... REG-INAL13 RICIIARIWS .. ZELONIA RICHARDS .... VERA CAROLYN RILEY . . . Purvis XY:'lsl1i11gtu11, D. C. ,...,Po1vI:11'x'ilIr- . . ..M:1SInuIuViIl-' ....YossI+u1'L: ...Wvlumlvial ...Sveniilmry ,...4lL1lf1m1t ... ,NL UIINT- ...llzlltiuslilllwr ....I'rontiss .......HlluXl .......N:lt:'l1vZ . . .Eingllc IIIIITIU ....I'l1i1nd1'l1,1l1i:1 .. . . . .AIP1'iLli1lll . . . .IIuy1i1-11141 ...I"ullI0t1,'r1' .....T1-hula , . . . . . .INIHS1:lll' ..,lfl:nttieslvurg' .... . . .Biloxi .. . ....Cz1lfIona . . . .NPW Ilvlrllvll -..-M... --.....,,,,. Roller! son Robinson Ross Rouclmn Russell, P. Ruasum, D. Russum, F. Saluulers Simmons,l", Simmons, J Sims Sillfrleloll Smith, l'. Smith, L. Sub:-zuk Spikes St ralit St rong Shu-liey Sullivan Tllreadgill Turman Tiervu T1llll'll!StllH0 Yaldespinn Vanu- Ya rne-r Yaluzlmn ll'ull1-3 lVnr1l, l'. ll'ur1l, L. IV:-bb ll'lliI9, F, ll'llif1-, NI. ll'i1-lu-r ll'il kinsnn ll'1nluN'la ll'o04l wurd Nhrllly, I", f , f V 1 . er- , Sw-'X Of., ' "rv J at-f., Af? 5? -Q 3" is 'Qi .T , gtg.. Qi 4Pf'.. W m . K, sw. if ,M ,. . 5 1. ,I "w...f. 1 , X v a fx 5 EZ .J x if W? ff Of HJ, 0 A if , 5 i X , J, 4. ,. I 'L Q 9' , vw as L iff A J yi Q 'f , 4? . W ya if ,lf ' ' -why 4' af 'sf A+ 'Q ae' l as 5 ' f" A 'ig:-w- M ' " " f ' , e -1 Z Q Q , , Z I 9 9 K X. ' "..'3ff, 'ff' 1,3 ,fi 'N N ma, Q A ,ff ' iw W 5. '54 X 4' f U 'Q Na 5 ' A . , 5 2' , my 411' Z J' 1 'T AW Z , ' ,. ,f - V z ' K f .f sw f ,ff ,R f 1 W, , ,. 5 fy ' s -r vw bi Wi Q VJ' 'arf QQM, . 2 if I , ' 7 V. , 1 , 5 F' fi' Hb 4 ,W V ,mm , ,Q 1 2 ff-.. Q , W . ffm. is N4 as gh we ...Q fs AX 'S+ M-if aw: fbs v- A in X is 'I .S 1 . ,.,, .l . A . fa WML. L tit L n S- .fish- 1' 72' ,., Q K -., 'Q r-, N- .Q - ,Q Ap 1 . ' I iwmwmd Rouse, J. Rouse, M. Ruppel Russel, F. Seal Scarborough Shaw Sheilield Smith, A. Smith, D. Smith, G. Smith, J. Stegall Stewart Stuckstill Strain Taylor Tom pleton Thomas Thompson 'I'o'wn send 'l'riesch:mann 'Furman Turner Vollmer Yowell YYalker, D. YYalker, E. Wvelch XVeldy WVQ-llons Westmoreland Williams, B. SVilliams, D. Williams, J. !Villia.ms, L. WVil mer XVortl1y, M. VYrig'ht THE First Row: LILLIAN ROBERTSON . .. VELTON ROBINSON JAMES ROSS ........,.... ANTHONY ROUCHON, JR. . JOE B. ROUSE ............ CAROLINE LOIS RUPPEL .. Mn,-KERRIN ROUSE ......... FRANCES ADELL RUSSELL .. Second Row: PETE RUSSELL ........ DORIS JEAN RUSSUM . .. VLIFF RUSSUM ....... JAMES D, SAUNDEHS ..,.. JOHNIE BRYAN SEAL ..... EMORY A, SCARBOROUGH . .. JOE L. SHAXV ............... JANE Sl-IEFI"IELIfl . . . IOR C ...lflllisville ...,Laura-l , ......... Laurel ...llm-iismeola, Fla. , . . . . . ,1lul1'1m1't .. .I'i1-ayI1IIO ...,Hurley ...Union ....Ja1-lcson . , . . . . . Lziurcl .,.lluttiwsli11rg .,..4h'I-eIIx'ill4- . . ,l-'it-ziyiiiw ...Biloxi ...Iiiln-ity ....lfultmI Sixth Row: MARGARET TIIREA l Nil I LAVON Tll URMAN . . . KATIIRYN VIRGINIA 'l' JANE 'IV PUV'H STONE . . ll. ... ll'Il1t'l'I . . JO ANN TIilES4"llMANN .,lOSEPlllNE TOXVNSENIP .. JO ANN TURMAN .... XYILLIAM. E. 'l'I'llNER Seventh Row: GLORIA VA Ll IESIII NO BILL VANCE .......... XYYNI DELL A. VA RNER SARA VAIIG H AN . . . . MEIZLE .IAIYK VHl,LlVlEl. .. DA V E VO XV E LL ....... IPAVID LEE XVAIIKEIL ERNESTINE XVAIJKEIL LASS ...Big Creek . . .ll:Itli+vsbuI'g . . . . . , .Phillip ......lIatti.1slJurg ...Hlytlio-ville, Ark. .,...,.....I,0ll9l ...,Laurel ...Summit . . . .lhsrfziqouln ,...AlllvH, Uklzi. ..... . . .hzuiiwl ...Ray St. Louis .......J1U'liSIlll ..,..lIzItti1a:4lvI1i'14 ...Xl+1xzIII4lI'izI, Lu. . . . . .VVOOCIN lll4- Administrative Inspection Must I go to Chapel? Third Row: FREDNA SIMMONS ......... JIMMIE LOUISE SIMMONS ., . JIMMY VV. SIMS ............... Nl-IARLES GENE SINGLETON ANNIE RUTH SMITH ......... DAVIS SMITH ......... GERALDINE SMITH .... JOHNNY EARL SMITH Fourth Row: PH ILIP E. SMITH .........,. L, RALPH SMITH ............. EDVVARD JOSEPH SOBCZAK . PAUL SPIKES ................ LUCY STEGALL .....,........... XVALTER FRANKLIN STEXVAR KIAH STOCKSTILL ........... BILLY STRAIN .... Fifth Row: MARLENE STRAIT .. JOHN C. STRONG .. FAYE STUOKEY ........... JANE SULLIVAN ........... JAMIE LEWE TAYLOR, JR. .. MARTHA CAROL TEMPLETON J. CLIFF THOMAS, JR. ...... . CHARLES T. THOMPSON . . . . . . lVIt11'i1liz1II ....BIIy Spriligx . . . . . . . .'I'Illl4'10 . . .H uttieslnurg ,. . . Blue Springs ....AIrmI'e-lie-acl ...Lum-e-dale ....Llll'll'Il ..... . . .Laurel ,.,BI'uuklIzu'e-II ...Vliivago Ill. ...Bl'llOlill8X'I'll . . . . . . .Forest ...l-luttii-sburg ....Piwayune ....PuS1-Iigoula .. . Brooklin Ven .......Biloxi ......F'lUl'L'l'lCf3 .. . .Hattiesburg .. .... Eufaula, Ala. .. ........ Centerville Crystal Springs ... . . .Monticello Eighth Row: LOIS XYALLEY . CELESTE FORTEN BERRY XYAIIII LEE R. XYARD ......... JIMMY E. XVERF1 ..,. SIDNEY XV. VVELVII .. IIOT VVELDY .......... JOHN C. NYELLONS, Jll. DOROTHY ANN XYl+lSTlV Ninth Row: FAYE 'NVHITE ..., MILTON WHITE XYILLIAM H. XVICKER . EVELYN XVILKINSON . BILL XVILLIAMS ...... It PREIIANII DOROTHY XVILLIAMS .... ... JERALD NYILLIAMS . . . LORENZO DOXY XVILLIAMS, JR. . Tenth Row: JESSIE MAE WOMACK EMOGENE XVOODNVARD FRANCES XYORTH Y ..... MARY JEAN VVORTHY MARGARET YVRIGHT .. FULTON VVILMER .. ... .plftal ...Silver Creek ...Pin-ayuiie .....LQl1lIlll2lll ...Mt-Iicll.-nliall ,.,l'lzIttiesbux'H .... .Jackson ...lI:IttieslwuI'g ..,..PlIilaclvlplIiH 1'olumlvi:Ina, Ala, .,,........Burns ...Gloster ...Jackson .....1I4"COllllJ ...Georgetown ....PoplaI'x'ille ...Eddiceton ......Ovett ....BaSSfie-ld ........Fulton . . . .Hattiesburg ....Noxapater THE SOPHO GRE CLASS First Row: l'lI.SIlC .XIKENS .. .ll'llY ALLEN ....... XYAIILAVE AI.I.IilGll , . . l'AI'l, ANIJILEXYS . . .,.. . . . l-lfll-illlli .IOANNA Ii.-X4"t'lN . . MARY ELLEN IZAHHICIZ . . MAIITIIA BAIIILON .... XYIIILIAM V. IEASS .IIUIZIXY BEAM ...... .IIMMY I3EA4'l'l .. Second Row: AL IIIVINS ..,... Pllrlf HUUIN ........ l'IMl'lfll'INl'I HUUNE .. IZAY ll4.lI7IlG .,.... WIIAIILES RAY IRUYKIN .. IH PNALII BRAIIIIEY .... MAICLICBE PllIAN'l'LEX . ............ l'l11t1ic'sliu!'1l' l'ul'I flilmnll .....f'ollinS ....Mug.5uol1u . . .NI1"f'4'lll1lr ...Gull'port lluttim-sllllrg .......Hiloxi . . .M4'4.'O111lz . . .I4aUl'l'l ..,Ilull'1mo1't . . . . .Biloxi ...Polkvillo . ..l'llSl'2lgOl1lFt ...Sylvarviisi .. . . . .Newly ...Jzifgkson XY1l.I,lA Rf fl, HIIANTLEY .........,....,. . . .dllifltlvll KYILIIIANI tfiillyl THOMAS ISIZANTIIEY. ........... 1":'111iflv11 .TIRIMY 4'. BIIASHIEIL . .- ...... , .....,,...... lil Lluiwillfx, Ark K Do we listen to records today? Third Row: 'l'HIXlMIl'I JEAN IHIASXYICIIII Al,IllCll'l' I2lllilCl.ANll ...... IN FIU l'l'llY HIZIIHJIGS .. flljl1AI,l'Il'INl'l l4IClS'I'IClI . . . llIXll'I IPAXYN ISIUPNSHN llI'lNlIY'liIUlXYN ....,..... lllllflllllfl Nlfllrll IEIIUXYNING .. ASA IiIIYAN'l', .ll1. ......... . lllCl.l'lN IiYllKl'l' .. .lANl'I'l' 4'Al,lIllIlN .. Fourth Row: 'lwvxi :'.xI,il1wl'N .,...,....... . svn: l'Il.lZAllI'I'l'll v.xN'l'w1f:r,l. . .unix W, "Al'lCl!S ......... . lil rSS 1'Al1'l'l'IlL ...... 'l'lll'Il,M.X 4'.Xli'I'l'IlL . .IHYVIG VAVICS ..... lll'I'l"I'l'I VIIAIN .,........,....... 1'llANl'l'l'IY I"l1l-IIPICIIIWK VLAIZK tl,l'.XXlS MXIIUN 1'I,AlZlx . ..... . .lHl'l lil-IX1'l..XliK ....... Fifth Row: SYIZII, 1'I,.XlZlilC ...,..,. . 1lHILlII'I.XN lwwklfilzllxxl . Alias.4:l:.x1'l411'1l1'kl:.xN SllI'Il,IlY l"l'llll1'4n'lIIIAN .. KAYVIIIQICIL .. .... .. PAT COLEMAN ...... 'HENRY LEE CONN ....... IIVSSELYN 4"1'lNNEI.I.Y .. 1'IIAIlLESI1l"l'I,liIl V04 IK . .. JOYUE 1'fVlI.EY .. ...... . Sixth Row: ELI-:Axon GLYNN 1'1HlI"l-ZI'L .. Ificmrn' .ifmgic igomficra ..... . VIRGINIA .AI.1+'E 4-1lL'1L'rN1-:Y PA T UOXVA RT .... ,.... ..... BETTY EAIILE CI'iAl"T . .. Bl'1'l'Tl VAILHIIXB VIIAIG .. JHIIHY CILITZ ....... JIMMIE LANIEIL VIIOSHY .. .Il'llY DAVIS ............... MARY JCI IIAVIS Seventh Row: Vrizmxl.-x 1+..AlEN'1' .... MFI-:IEL J4 W Ilrvlirzr VIVIAN 1'vi'1'icwwl:'1'l: . IPEUN DUNN ......... -x Q' f' 5 , - 1 , .x -w . I , xx f 8 x ,..- XA 'All .152 G, ' K.-. K. gf'gTSYEY 2 . .... . .Jackson ...llattieslnurg ... . .Meridian ....Columbia ...Waynesboro ....Meridian ......Jaf'kson . .... Hattiesburg ...,Hattiesburg ...Carthage .......Tupelo ...Philadelphia ...llattiesburg ....Rose Hill ...Louisville ...Hattie-sburg .. . . . .Osyka ....Meridian ....Meridian ll:xllis'SlrL1ltLZ ........Bilf1Xi .....Purx'is llloolilizivuii ...Mfg1'o1iili lh-still, Flu. ... .1'ol'inil1 ll:itti1-slmrll llzittim-sluiiiu Hliillizlliolzi .l'ZlSl'2lg'1lUlll . .'I'yl1-rtowii . . .fllllfI'lrul'f ,.ll4,'lA'llll'lll .I":isw-11y.:'oul:r xYJlXIl0SllOl'll ..Mt. Olin- ..Mt. Olivi- ..Smm-wzill ...Slim-llly . ..Al1'l'l1lI1lll . . . Muuwioliai XYll1l'im'l1l, Alzl. .. .... ..lll1'lll1lIl ...lxiwkson Monumental Day HICIIT IPUNNAM IRXTIQICTIA IIYESS ... YI RGIN1.-X IC A RLY ...... .. ..,. . BUYS. ANN .l4Fll'lNSllN EASHM . .. l.141Ts0N E. ICAS'l'l'IliI,lNG .... ,. .lt YY ICI FXYAIII 'S ......... Eighth Row: l1ll.I,IE GLEN ELLIS .. slxmr EZELI, . ...... .. IXAIIHAILX I".-Xllll.-Xll . El,MllllC FAI-IIII-Il.l, . .. .IIIXNITA lf'l'IIlGl'SON .. MITZIE If'I,l'IMINl? ..... ILUFKERT l"l,l'llllY ......,. JAMES I4'UIl'l'l'INliICllllY .. ANNE 1"0XYl,l-IR .............. MAIIX KA'l'llIClllNIC IFIIAISICIL . Ninth Row: SIIAIION lflz.-xNkL1N srl: l"lllCICl,ANlP ..,. ic. lr. Ifliulz. Jin. sm: I4'lll'lS'l' ......,.. levi-:I,YN 4:.x1:1:,xw,xY JHIIN 1'. llAS'I'l'lN ......... IHAYIIW 1'll.-XIIIIICS 1:.xY1N .. .1.-miles GIIXUS .........,.. 1:o11NEY PYIH1, rzmsox .. .. THOMAS O. GOD1-'HEY .. ... . l,ll1'1'4l:llv . . . . . .Petal ....QUllIll2lIl ..S.-lvustopul .....I,1iui-I-l ...I.0uisx'illl- ...1"zirlli:luv ....Ienn. La. .. .... Indianolzi Yi-xx' Hrlenns, Ln. ........SUlllll1'l' . . .Greeliwnml ...Past-ugonlai ...Batesville . . ..-Uri'-l'1l01'll ...Jan-kson . . ..l1'u'kS0ll ...,....I.1im-rlzilv QM-Q-:ins Sprin2S ....lI:itlir-sllurg . ., ..., Ilroulilyn ....ll:itli1-sl-llrg St:iI'l'oril Springs .......Jl1t'liSOIl ... .Belzoni .. .Tupelo Aikens Allen Allred Andrews Bacon Bi vins Boon Boone Bourg Boykin Braswell Breeland Bridges Brist er Bronson Calhoun, T. Cantwell Capers Carter, R. Carter, T. Clarke, S. Cuvkerhan Cox-kran, G. Covkran, S. Coker Cooper, E. Cooper. P. Courtney Cowfirl Craft Dellent Dickey Duc-lnvorth Dluul Dnnnam Ellis Eu-ll Farrar Farrell lfergllsoll Fr-nn kl in Free-I and Frim- Frost I in rrn way wr'-1 an 'CV wr' ,1- -.4 ..f -m f 31 1 14 11 1 Z1 f , f 7 Wx 9 f fffgfff ip W f,f 153 W f a1,1: ?'02 K, L f , ,gm wh Q "flax" 'fa WL QM g , rw ' x 1' if ff' ' tk 'E itskyh , V ... L, f f fifgi' YW 2 X f 1 A- 7 ff 5, .1-ig , 4 V , -I in X , ? I K,-V, f ' -, ,V X Q ff I' 2 2 Q 'Nv- 5 Z Iinrher lfurron Buss lil-an lfl'l'l'll lirzulh-y liralntley, M Brant lvg . U' 1311111111-5 , 'I' lsfilt-llivl' Brown Browning Bfyant B5 rkit f'2lHl0llJl, J, Faves fllilill Flalrk, C, fylilrk, M, Clark, J. Cole-1111111 C01111 Conllelly Cook Cooley Craig Fritz Crosby Davis, J. Davis, JI Dyess Early ICHSOIII lflauterliiig Edwards Fifllllillg' lflurry l"1lI'tPlllN'l'l'y Fowler Frasier Gaston Gavin Gibbs Gibson Gmlfrey Pa-L THE SOPHOMORE CLASS First Row: LEE ROY GOEF .. R. D. GOFF ........A MARGARET GOUUH ., SAM GORDON ..... XVADE GREENE . ROY A. GUYTON INIARJOIIIE HAGE11 . .TOE L. HAINING SYDNOR HALL ........,.. MARGARET JOAN HART .. Second Row: MARY JANE HARVEY . . VVNEAL IIATIIOI-LN .....,4 UI-IARLA JEAN IIAYIIEN .. XVILLIAM L. HAYS ........ ARNOLD HENDERSON . . MARY GAIL HENLEY . . CAROLYN HERRIN .. XYILLIAINI IIILL .... BEN HINTON ..... JEANETTE IIOGIIE . 1 L :Yin x I 'N N. . L . . at '- , , ,f "'WfS?Y"f, WB- NN., , , 'Y' X Mmm. Q . . S 1 A f 2.. in f m. . - 4. K? rx tv J Nz Zin v f 'is' ' After the Hood Third Row: GYNTH IA HOLCO M I3 E ....... . . . PAUL HOLMES ................ INIARTHA NELL III PLYFIELD . . . MARY ANNE HOOD ......,.. ANN I-IORNE ....... MAYMO IIOSKINS .. JOHNNIE HURST . . . JEANETTE JAMES .. ANTHONY JIMINEZ ,. . DONNA. JOHNSON .. Fourth Row: JOYCE CAVIN JOHNSON .. HOYOE ri. JOHNSON .......... JOHN VVENDELL JOHNSTON .. ANNE MARIE JONES .....,.. FREMON JONES, Jia. JIMMY JONES ...... ANOE A. JORDAN I-I. L, JORDAN .. ..... . SARA .HETII JORDAN .. SARA ELLEN KAMPER . . Fifth Row: EOE KAIUITIIER ..... . FHED I.. KEENE ..,,.. MARY 1'ANsY KELLY .. stximit ANN itEI,i.Y .. JAMES KEYES ....Lucedale ...Laurel ...Jackson ., . ...Jarkson ...Hattiesburg ...Hiriningliam, Ala. ...Hattiesburg .. .Yazoo City .......Fore-st . . .Brookhaven . . .Tylertown ...... .Carson ...Hattiesburg .. . . .Gulfport ...State Line ..... .Gloster ...Hattiesburg .... .Sumner .. .Richton ...Cartliagv Pritchard, Ala. ...Hattiesburg ...Nt-xv Hebron . .. . . .Biloxi ......Ja1-kson ...I3roOkhavCn .......Petal .. .Petal .. . ..... Biloxi ...Hattiesburg ... .XVilkinSou ...Hattiesburg ...Mobilng Ala. ..... .Gulfport . . . . . .Jackson . . . .Hattiesburg ........LaureI .. ...Jackson . . . .Kosciusko ...Jlattiosburg ...IVIUITHC-, Ala. Pvnsur-ola, Fla.. . .... Seminary . . . .Seminary . . . . .Biit,iXi ROBERT L. KIRBY ..................... IVIILTON WILLIABI KIRKPATRICK, JR... DONALD G. KRUGER ............. .. BETTY LACK ......... JOHN LATIMER. .. Sixth Row: ENIMA LOUISE LAIVREN"'E .. FRED LEINION A .... .......... . LILY FRANCES LIMBAIYDH .. KATHLEEN LOFLIN ....... EDXVI N LOTT ....... UHARLOTTE LOXVE .. DORIS LANGREN IRIS IXI1-BAY ..... LYNN MCCAIN ............... ESTHER JOYCE AIt"',5tIiTiiJ' . . Seventh Row: HAY MCCRAINE ..... CA rz OLYN Mt- DAV1 Lv .... SAM M1-RANEY .........,. .IOY1"E UONNELL M.-XGEE .. ., . ,,.-, N Whcre are the Bellhops? XVALLACE M'.-XJORS ..... EMMA JEAN MANGUM ,. . . JEAN INTARLEY ....... . FAYE MAXEY ..... . IVILLIA MMER1,'ER .. IIERSIIEL MOFFETT .. Eighth Row: ALLEN L. MOOD Y ............. ROSIE ANNE MORRIS .......,.... MARTIN DRAUGHON MOZINGO .. IWOROTHEANN MURPH REE . . . RUTH MURRAY ............. BEVKY JOE MYERS LuVERNE MYERS ......... JANICE LOUISE NELSON DAVID NICHOLSON ...... VELMA JEAN NIX .. Ninth Row: XVILIIELMINA NOBLES .. SAMIE ELLEN ODEN . . . .TACK OLIVER ......... PEGGY OPPERMAN ...... ALICE NEAL OSXVALT .. . BRANTLEY PACE ....... DORIS PARKER ........... NVALTER H. PARKER, JR. . .. . HOYVARD L. PATTERSON, JR. . . BARBARA PEASTER .......... .. .Centreville ...Hattiesburg . . ..... Laurel Olive Mississippi City .. . . . . .Edwards ..Ovoan Springs ,. .Hattiesburg ........Star ......Sumrall ....PasCagoula . . . .Long Beat-h ...Hattiesburg ......TuniCa ...Hattiesburg ....C'f-ntreville .. .Tylertown ...Hattiesburfr ...Tylertown ' 12? 1.412 Tgpf' Vw I: 1 . t . ,Q,. , f .....Gul1'Dort ...Hattiesburg . .... . . . . . NDWlt,i1'l Chickasaw, Ala. .. . . . . . . .Tupelo ...Stonewall ...Columbia .... . . .Gulfport ...Hattiesburg ...Lealivsville ...Summerland . . . ...Magee .... .Javkson ...Pasctigoula .......Laurel ...Mohile, Ala. .....Gloster ...Kose-iuslto . . . .Meridian .. . .Redwood .....Columbizi ...,Hattiesburg . . .Long Beach ...Bay Springs ...,Hattiesburg ...Yazoo City GOE, L. GoH', R. Gooch Gordon Greene Harvey Hathorn Hayden Hays Henderson Holcombe Holmes Holyfield Hood Horne Johnson, J. Johnson, R. Johnston Jones, A. Jones, F. Karcher Keene Kelly, M. Kelly, S. Keyes Larranev Lemon Limbaugh Loflin Lott M CC raine MeDavid Mcllaney Magee Majors Moody Morris Mozingo Murph ree Murray Nobles Oden Oliver Oppennan Oswalt ' W iw Guyton Hager lluining Hall Hart Henley Herrin Hill Hinton Hague Hoskins Hurst James Ji minez Johnson, D J0lN'S, J. Jurulun, A. Jordan, H. Jordan, S. Hamper Kirby liirlcpalrir Kruger Lack Lufinu-r Lmve Lun :ren M1-Bay M1-Cain Mvfxlrfhy Blllllglllll Marley Mnvey Mer:-er Moffett My Q-rs, G. Myers, L. Ne-hon Nicholson Nix 1'ure Parker, D. Parker, WV. Patterson Pvnster 1-1-SW- THE SOPHO ORE CLASS I First Row: 1'.xImI.YN PIEHI ....... , .:11:Nr: PAUL PL:If:s1.1cY .. 1l..xl:uI.1w G. 1-l:L:sI.icx' .. .It IIC PRICE ............ IIAIIILY L. I'I'iIICS'l', .IIL ,. . HICIZALI' .If QVAVIG .It LXNNE QIQX RLES . . . .IUYl'I41 IIAMHNA IIICIIP .. ICAIII. XY. I1ENII.XIl'I', QIII. . .IAUK IIICYNULIIS Second Row: HXYEN RILEY ............ .IAMFIS V, I'iUIiINSHN. Jli. . I .II1jI1I1YI1t'Hll'IIlS ......... . ll-.XHY IlUl'NS.XYII.I.lC .,.... Yl1"I'1'IIL II. IlHl'NS.XVlI,I,IC .. MAIIY Ifll' IUIVSIU ....... .XIPXA JEAN Ill IXINIGLS .IUYVIC LYNN :4.XMI'I.ICS .. III-l'I"l'Y 24.-XXT4 DN ,.......... I III I.I.Y fi. S1"AI'lI2HI1HI'4'II-I . .. I I 5 fl , . . ,Biloxi .f'eu'tliau.- ...1Jl"lit'l1S ... . .Newton ....XYiIlcinson .-..-.Biloxi . . .I.o1ip:' Bezugli ...Il:ttti+gslvu1'g' .. .llrvlvlltx Alil. .. . xY2lyIlf'SIJU1'1J .. . ...CUlllII1lJI2l ..........Mag'Q-.- ., .Halton liutrgtf, Lal. . . . . . . .4.ul1'1vo1't . . .1lLllf1ml't . . .tlulflmtl ...t9l1l1'1'io1't ...Pi1'llS'lll11- ....NtJWIuI1 ....Yuma 1 if M 4. ' ' . f fl s 1 PAUL SI'I,I,IV. 1'lAYNI'II.L SVR 4'IrIAI1I,l'iS SXY. X3 .... IHALI. . AB .... XYALTIEIL SXYANNEII , N.-XNVY SXYIC'I'3IAN .. VEIIN4 IN SXYIIILEY ..,. HETTY .IICAN 'l'E1il'LI'I ,. Sixth Row: I PUT TIIA Rl ICS .IAVK .X. TIIUILNTUN .. J, R. tJ2lIi1-I TIIIIASH .. .IUAN 'l'II.I,ICIlX PEGGY TINNIN .......MIz- .. . .Sunirall Iiattieslvurg . . . . .Leland . . . . . .Biloxi Hattiesburg ..Kosa'iuslco . .1 'artliuge ...Laurel ...Laurel ....Laurel ...M-:riflian IZAPIIAEIJ ALIIICN TIKIIYEIAIS YIHGINI.-X THICLKE . .,.... ...New Urlvazis. La, Ill.-XRY 'YUM lil, IB ....... HAIZIIIICT THMLINSHN .. JA'tf'Ql'liI.INIC 'l'UI'lIiI'IS . . Seventh Row: lXIAl'iTI'I.X 'I'l1.XX IJWIL .. ... XYIISU .ioxf T1'mr,xN I f 0 ..y v . ,Ln .. ...Carson .......XYei1' .. ..I1U'liSll1l ,...f3u1fpo1-t n, Aikutissts . .. .Tupvlm .71 Q 8 A , 1... I My 'ii'i .Sf l ,I I I f f . Studying as usual II . W Third Row: ' I"IC.1.NK St'I'IBIII'VI' ..,,.,. , IZII.I.ll'l IIl"l'II SVIIXYAN . I I'I'Ill1IY SVIIXYAN , ..... . I xx. I., wwxircizs I YI IUIINIA SI'IflI1I'IS'I' .... I i .I.XNI'I'I' MAI1II+1SI'II.I,IIGli . I 1 HIGUIIISIII IC. SIIAXY .......... . ir INlI14VI'IIY .Il'NI'l SIIUICNIAICIC .IUIIN I'lI.IIIS SIRIIXIHNS II.XI.l'II SIAIAIHNS ..... Fourth Row: NYAIYIG SINIBIUNS, .IIL . XYII.l.I'INIC SIRIMMNH .. I1lC'I"I'Y rlIMI'S1lN ,,,,,,,,,, I l'II.IZ.XI1lG'I'Il .IUIIYN SIMS . 3I.XIi1i.XIllC'I' SIiI'lI.I.II'I .IHIIN Sl'Il4lI,ICS ..,.. 1 .l1f:l:l:Y S'l'i'iX'l'lNS"NY .. I rm-1. S'lwI':xYl'lNNllN 4...,, 3 wll.l.l.xA1 fl. S'I'ICXY.XIZ'l' .IANIIGS v1'l:'l'is s'1'11:l.Ic'l's . Fifth Row: v1l.x1:1.l4:sI:1v11s1w s'lwvl:1':Y I xx:-lzl-xxx' wl4:ns'l'l4:l: s'l'1:Im.lm. .. 1 Nxxvirz s'l'l'.xl:'l' ,. ,.....,... .. . ..I1:13' St. Imllis . ..,,. I,aui't-l . . .I.:xu1'-'I ....I3IIl1Xi .. .. . ..1Iu-Iitiflv A. , .Huy St, Louis .......TavI:s:m .. . ,II:1tti1-slwllrg . . . . I Iztttit-slvtlro .......I,:iu1't-I ...Kosf-illslc.. .....M:tL:m.Ii:t ... .II:lltivsI+11l'u' . . ..lIzntli1'Nlv1l1'g .,.I.oi1:' Til'Zl4'll ... . IAi'1mIcli:ux'4-xl ...'7"PllllIllll2I ......4lulI'1:m't ,...II:itti1-slillrg ...,II:itti1-slnlmg ...1illll'lr1ll'l . . ....1illll'I1ul'l .. . .lI:ltlivsI-ll!! Beauty Queen for 1962 .IUIIN 'I'HlPlP YIIIRI-IS .... .IU ANNIE XY.-XLIII-lI'l" ...... Y . .Q, .IWIYIN Ml4'II.XIuI. XX .-Xl.lxl4.I. w . Yll'lGINI.-X NYAIJ5 .,...,..., .I IC.-X N IC'l"l' IC XY IC.-X 'l'lIlC1'lSI!Y .IIRI11 Y li. XYICIXIS .....,.,. VAIIL XY. XYICI ,IXUIIN . XYIIILIAH XYELLS .. Eighth Row: YIIIVIINIA XYlIA'l'I.ICY . t'IIIllS'l'lNI'l XYI"II'l' ...... IIAIKIIY tlivlll XYIIIKINSUX IYICYICIIIJ XYIIIIJCBIUI-IS .... VICVII. 'l'. XYlI.I.I.XBIS, .Il'. .. .IANIICS .Y XXlI.I.I,X1I:4 INIIIIS XYII.I.ln NI.XIUD.'XI1I'I'I' XY I I,Sl IN ..... , ... .. XYII.I.I.X1l .Y XllI,lhIIII.Iu ., .IAN XXlNlI'I!I'.l'K ........ Ninth Row: I!l1'IIl'I'l"l'I'I XYUI IIIINI I .XIIIVIC NI.XllII-I NYICIGIVI' .... . III-I'l"I'Y l!llI'1'I-I YICAIIXYUUII .I.XNl'1 l'.XlZllUI.I. YlCl.Yl'IIl'l'l1N .I .X RIICS YUIIK lv. ..:.w.,N 'V . . . . .Biloxi .........S050 Hattiesburg .......PUlN' Ilzittivsburg ....Gulfport Iluttiesluirz ... .Gulfport ..,.I.uuisx'iIl.- I'illliIt'SlIlll'2 .. . . .Glt1Slt'l' ..,XX'i:u:ins . ..I.:1un-I ,..1'11lllml1i:l SIIYPI' I'l'0i-li Ilalttivsbtlrg . . . Mugnulln ....lat--lcsoli .Air 1--- mx illv .I'.ist-:nuoulu llzittivslvllrg lint I it-shura IIutlI1'Slvurg Pieri Presley, G. Presley, H. Price Priest Riley Robinson Rogers Rounsaville, G. Rounsaville. Y. Schmidt St-hwan, B. St-hxvan, P. Sconiers Segresf Simmons, WY. Simmons, KY. Simpson Sims Skellie Storey Stribling Stuart. Sullivan iumrall Thames Thornton Thrash Tillery Tinnin Trnylor 'Furman V i glles Svllldfllll Hulk er !Yhatley W'ic.ht N'i lk inson Willem oes N'ilIin.ms, C. W'orthing'ton 1Yright Quave Quarles R1-id lf9ll1ll2ll'l lie-5 nolds Roll-.v lfllllIlQ'lN S2llllllll'S Saxton S1-urbmlgll H1-'llivr Shaw 5ll09lllil.k9 Ninunmus, J. Simnmns, R. Spmle-s Stevem-on, J ht 4-vc-nmxl, P Stewart Stiglets Swan Swanner Swel man Swillvy Temple Timlres Toelke Tum hlin Tum l i neon Torrvs Wirral XV1-atluerglry HK-bb ll'vlbor1l WH-lls llillizllns, J, Willis llilson ll'i ltahire lVoo1llJevlc Yen rwood Yel vert on York Abel Adams Allen Allison Anderson, A 5, My ff Y' 46 EQ, Anderson, B. ff' " Q . Baker Barker Bartzer Bell Bennett Berrier Blakely Bluunt Bond Boyd Bradley, F. Bradley , S. Brmnfleld Brlmer Bryant Buchanan Bufkin Burch Carroll Caruso Case Causey Clmpnmn Clark Cullins, WV. Conner Cook Covzu-evicll Corbett Cordell Craig Gran Crawford Crapper Crosby Cryden Dees Delk lleillnnhrun Demy Dimnond Dnby Dunnam Durham East Iflxwvs l1IrIwu.r1ls, B. liclwurds, S. Ifinvh Flivk Flet 1-her Ford, ll. Ford, D. l"orI1-lllwrry 'lfrfiif-1 -r-,151 a- 1, JEQUP' 5 1 ' ,gi2,',fff55 ,320 ,a 0 ini 1 ef f W. ff! h 3 ,ff , A ' ' wwe E M, We C ,if W 5 7 3 L, as Q Vi' Anderson, U. Andrews Angell Aultman Bagby Bailey Bergst ruin Bilbo Binkley Blaekledge Blackman Blair Bradley Brantley Breland Brewer Brister Bristow Butler, J. Butler, S. Byrd, B. Byrd, V. Calmes Camp Clement Coekrell Cole Coleman Collier Collins, 'l'. Corley Courtney Covert. Cox Cornett Craft Curry Dale Carby Da-rraeh Davis Day Drauglm Dudney Dull' Du gger Duke Dulin English Etheridge Eubanks Fazio Fisher Fields Foumier Frazier Francis Frierson Freeman Fryer THE FRESHMAN CLASS First Row: FERREL L. ABEL .. LU'C'ILE ADAMS .. PAUL ALLEN JOY ALLISON .......... ANN ANDERSON ...,... BARBARA ANDERSON .. ULEN H, ANDERSON .... ALICE RAY ANDREWS .. ANNE ANGELL ......... DORRANOE AULTMAN XVILLIAM BAGRY . .... . MARY JANE BAILEY .. Second Row: CHESTER BAKER BARBARA BARIIER MARIA BARTZER ...... LUCY JEAN BELL ...... ELIZABETH BENNETT ... JAN BERRIER ........ GRETA BERDSTROM .. LINDA ANN BILBO RUTHIE BINKLEY RUTH BLAVKLEDGE . ROBERT BLAQJKMAN .. JOE CLINE BL.-XTR Sao P11 ul .... .Biloxi ... ,Macon .. .Centreville ...fflinrlesfon ...llattiesburgi ......DoKnlIY ....,....Biloxi ..Silvn-r 'Creelc .,....Fz1yette ......Sun'i1'z1ll ...Hattiesburg ....Tylertown U.-I-:Iii Spriliixs ..AtIanta, Ga. O, Brazil. S. A. .... . .Ethel ... ........ lflattiwsliurg ........Hattif-shurg ....4"H1Llllliil2l., S. A. ... .Magnolia . . . . .VOSS1il.Il'g' .... .Laurel ....Beauniont ....MvConili Sixth Row: wi LLIA M v'OI.LlNs ...... ,. . . . . .Marks Iii-XIIHAILA ANN VHNNEI1 .. Il liill HAMP COOK ......,..,... JACK 4"1'lVAl'EVI"Il NANCY fililiililiilvl' JANE t'UIiIPELL .,...... . 2 shui! ...IVl4'KQ'ilZis-. Alu. ...........HiloXi .... . , .AIr'4'nll1li .. .fill-n Allw-n NAN 1'4'hHI.EY .....,... ... ....... .lm-lcsrm EIIXVAIIII K. l'l,ll'II'l'NICY .. .... Haittivslillru JANE 1'OVEIl'l' ..,..,..... ...Haiti ieslnirg JUAN VOX .............. .... I 'aim-aiuatilpi IIVDMER l'ORNET'l' .. SUE l'I-lAl"'l' ....... Seventh Row: ....lI:1ItiwNIvIll'y,: , . . .Ty li-rtouil IIEHRY IPENVYNE f'l'lAl4'2 , ...llzxttif-sln,iI'L: CLI FT! FN CHAN ......, .. . XVIU nf-slmrn JUAN 1'RAXYFURlQl . . . ......... Laurel JULIA 4'RUl"PEl,L ...... ...Long Iloavli BETTY RA YE UHOSRY .. .,.. Rogue Vhittw HELEN PRYDEN ......... KENNETH CURRY ........ ..... . . .'l'l,ll14-In ,,.ll:IttiI'sliuI'l4 MILIII-:Eli LOUISE llAl,l-Q .. ...... Pre-ntiss MIKE ll.-XRBY ............ ...Il:i1Ii+-shura l'r4'irRO'l'HY ICI.-XiVffl.A1'Ii ... ...... .luwlcsoii MARY LOU DAVIS .... Holly Bluff n'HAl1ll.E:7 B. IHA Y .. ....... Cfilliiis Our Boxing pays oif What have we done now? Third Row: SYBIL BLAKELY ..... ELIZABETH BLOUNT ., SARAH BOND ........ VVILLIAM BOYD ....... FRED BRADLEY .....,.. SPURGEON BRADLEY .. sUE BRADLEY ........ GILBERT BRANTLEY RUDOLPH BRELAND ..... MARY ALICE BREXVER .. BETTY LOU BRISTER .. SUE BRISTOIV ...... ,. .. Fourth Row: PATSY BRUMFIELD PATRICIA BRUNER ......... FRANKLIN BRYANT .......... IXIARY FRANCES BUCHANAN BILLY BUFKIN ........... ... MEREDITH BUROH ......... JOYCE BUTLER . .. SADIE BUTLER . . . BARBARA BYRD . VIRGINIA BYRD . . ELOISE CALMES .. GERALD CAMP .. Fifth Row: MARJORIE CARROLL LUKE CARUSO ........ . PERRY CASE ............. MARION CAUSEY ......... MARY ELLEN CHAPMAN .. CAROLYN CLARK ........ VVILEY E. CLEMENT .... VIRGINIA COCKRELL .... MRS. MARY COLE ......... BARBARA ANN COLEMAN .. JUNE COLLIER .......... THOMAS COLLINS . . ...Hattie-sl,wuI'g ....Rasstimg-ld ...Laurel . . .Javksmi .......Nee-ly . . . .Bueatunnfi .......lvIad'clen .. .New Augusta . ..... Quitman ........Iayess ...Lucedale . ...Liberty ...Jackson .......lJollms ....ViclislJurg ....Vir-ksburg ....M:fComb ....C'olumliia . ...Monticello .........B11OXl ...,Moss Point ... ...Macon ...Petal .....ViCksburg .Bay St. Louis .......Ha1nburg ...,Centreville ... . . . .Jackson .... . . .Jackson .Ocean Springs .........Louin ...Hattiesburg ...Mobile, Ala. .... . .Brooklyn .. . Hattiesburg Eighth Row: PATSY DEEs ............... IJLAUDE XVILLIAM IHELK MARILYN DeMONBI'lUN ,. I-AI-:OL DEMY .......... RICHARD DIAMOND r'E1i'ELIA DOBY ....,. G-LYN DRAUGHN ..... BETTY sI'E DIIDNEY . . LEONARD DIIIPF ..... sUsANNE DUGGEIL . JOHNNY DUKE .... BETTYE DULIN .. Ninth Row: MAXIE DUNNAM ............. JAMES EARLIE DURHAM. JR. ROBERT EAST .............. .TOSEPHINE EAVES ...... BETSY LYN EDNVARIFS .... SHIRLEY ANN EDVVARDS ,. . MALCOLM LEIVIS ENGLISH .. VIRGINIA ETHERIDGE ........ VERKUEL NELSON EU BANKS STEVE FAZIO .................. . . CHARLES FISH ER ........... CLAY FIELDS .... Tenth Row: HAZEL FINCH ............ BUTC I-I FLICK ........ ....... MARY DELANE FLETCHER .. BILLIE FRANCES FORD .... DONALD FORD .............. BARBARA FORTENBERRY .. RONALD FOURNIER ....... JOSEPHINE FRAZIER .. EVELYN FRANCIS ....... BILL FRIERSON ......... SUE CARROL FREEMAN .. . JULIAN EARL FRYER, JR. .. ..,.Van1:leave ...Huttit-'sl.iu1':4 ...Luvedalc . . . ..Flo1'2I ...Magee . . ...Biloxi ... .Rir-htoil . ,.4i1'Pt'lIVl'0l'llI .. .Vflilllllirlil ...Pivziytinv .....Marks . . .Peiul ...Hit-hton . ...,Rosetta ....Po1ilzII'Yille ...AVZIYIIPSIJOIAII ...Hattiesburg .......I?II'RSOIl .....Hz1ttieslvuI'xr . . . . . . .1.'l1a1'1f-stoii .........I.ur'edale .,H1'mjikIyli, N, I. .........,Nz1t1j'lIez . . . .Biloxi .........,Ri1-liton XYashing't0n, D. C. .....,......Bilr-xi ......Cnlunibia .Taylorsville ......Jaekson .........BiloXi ...Hattiesburg ...Hattiesburg .....Pi4'ayune . . . . . . . .Laurel ...Hzittiesbu1'? Gezm Gillaspy Goethals Goin-alves Gordon Grady Gunnell G ll rman Guyton Hugs-rman H amines H armlee Hemi-ter Herman Herrington Hkffllllilllll Hivks lliller Hudson Hurst H utcllinson lmhraguglio Jacks Jackson Jordan K1-lly Kessler King Kirk Kling Lehmann Lec- Lenaz Lightsey Linllsey Little Lowery, ll. Lowery. J. L3 ons Lynch Ma-Carille McGee Martin Marshall Massey Maze Meredith Merrill Monk Mont gulm-ry Moody Morris, J. YV. Morris, J. A. Morrison Nc-n nmn Nivholson 04I4-fm Udum Olivor Owens V Graham Gray Gray, R. Grubbs Gunn, J. Gunn, M. Harris Harrison Hartley Harvey I 1-lathom Hearn Hinton Honey Holitield Houston, S. Houston, YV. Howie Jackson, H. Jackson, N. Jamison Jones, B. ' Jones, J. I Jordan, E. liiiolfnvll Krebs Kyzar L1x::4-astvr Langford Langley Locke-tt Loftis Longmirv Lott, N. Lott, YY. Lovell DIl'GoWEln M 0G regor M UM Ellilllly Magee Mangum W Mannino Messer Middleton Miller Milsted Mitt-hell Mize Mosley Mullin Myers, C. Myers, J. Nelson, A. Nelson, M. Owens, H. Owens, L. Pecoul Peters Petkowsek Pevey E I I V-- THE FRESHMAN CLASS first Row: OUIIJA GEAN .........,....... HENRY GRAY GILLASPY ...... GEORGENE JULIA 4,IOE'I'I'I.XI.4 FABIO GONITALVES ..........., BARBARA ANN GURI ION .. CONRA IW GRAIPY ..,...... LOUIS GRAHAM ..,..... CHARLES GRAY . ROBERT GRAY ..... NORA SUE GRIIBS . .. JACK GUNN ....... BIARILYN GUNN .. Second Row: JULIA GUNNELL ERNEST GUIIMAN ....... NORMAN c.:UI'ToN ....... CATHERINE IIAIIERMAN RO1 HAI NES ............., AN'ITA HA RIPEE .......,. GEORGE HARRIS ..... CAROLE HARRISON . ........... .....N:It1-In-Z .. . .MfllItI4't'lIlJ .. . . . .Gulfport ...VivtoI'i:I, Brazil, S. A. KAT H ERINE H A RTLE Y .....,..... NVALTER BERNIE HARVEY, .IR. MARGARET IIATIIORN .......... AARON HEAIIN . .... .. . ..... Wiz-:Minis .. . . .St-Iililiury , , ,t'm,Is-Il, Alu. XVaI5'IIvsIvo1'o . . .XY:lyI1e-sIuo1'u .. . . . . .Al2llJ,l't' .....I'ziI-Iiutn ...IIzItti41sI+ui'g .......I:uth ....,Jzn-ksoii . . . .IfIolI1III1I:nlI- ,..IIZlltIt'SIDlII'34' ....I.I11'1-tlulv . ..1.2llItII1ilIl . . . . . . . I"lol'zi Ilzlttit-sIiur:.: j .I-Izizlvliurst . . .'I'ylt-rtown ..... .Biloxi ....L:IuI'vl -A ,ek Sixth V Row: 1'lIRIS'I.'INE I.I'IIIMANN .. SAJIMIE LEE ........... BARBARA LENAZ .... Il, 4', LIIIIITSEY ........ MARY ANN LINIPSICY ., ANN I.I'l"I IIE ..,....... HOH R Y IA ll 'K I'I'l"I' . .. APIC IA DFTIS ....., IION LONGMIIIE ......... .......I'wiljI'II4' ....I.uI11lI1-rt-Iii ....,liIlII'pul'l ... . , . . I':If-Iiul:I ....,.lzIf'ImoI1 . , .li1I1.,..ll,I..l, I..1. Iiiloxi .. ..1'oIl1mI.us .. Nulfrlinz NOEL I,cw'1"1' ........,..,.. ...filllI'ImI'l VYILIIIAMV GICIIAIIIP I.4VI"l' . .I.. Svllllllslri' FRANK LOVICLI. ......... ...II:ltti1'SlvUl'L: Seventh Row: RILLIE NIAVK IAIXYICIIY .. ..., S1'Illili:1lAy JAJIES LOXN'l+1IiY ....,,.. l...,, 4 'OIIIIIS .IAIXIES E. IIY4 INS ......,.. .. .I'ziS+':1I.g'o1ll:i ANN LYNVH ......,...., . , ..l1iooklizIv1'I1 RILLIE 4'ARI"EN'l'l9IR MI" IIIL. I ,..lIzI1!i1-sivllrz.: LESTER E, MVGIQIC .....,.. . . .llstitit-slvllljg' JOHN IVI1-GOXYAN .,.... GARY AIwGREG4 IR ... JANIE BI:-MI-JNAMY .. J lM'M Y MAWIEE .... JOAN QIIANGUM ., SAL MANNINO . .,..,., .Im-ksoil . , ....,. II:IttiI-NIIIIH4 I'm't Ai'l,I1II1', 'IN-Aus ........l'I:It1i+-slitiru ....,........M:Igt-I- Eflgt-uztttfi' Park Tea Time with the Prexy Some play golf here Third Row: MARY MARTI-IA IIEMETICR GEORGE HERINIAN .....,.. BOBBY HERRING-TON .. ROGER HERTZMANN .. TRUEL Ir, HICKS ..... GENE XVEBB HILLER .. BOBBIE HINTON ....... STANISLAUS I-IOEY, .II:. . FRANCES HOLIFIELIP .. SUE ANN HOUSTON .... XVILLIAIVI HOUSTON .. BOB HOXVIE ....... Fourth Row: NORINE HUDSON ..,...... JACK HURST ............. JAMES H. HUTICI-IINSON, JR' PHYLLIS IMBRAGUGLIO . XVILLIAM JACKS . . . . . .. HAL JACKSON, JR. .... . HOYVARD JACKSON .. NELDA JACKSON ..... JOYCE JAMISON ........ BOBBYE DELL JONES .. JOYCE ANN JONES .... ELCOY JORDAN ...... Fifth Row: DICK JORDAN .. MICKEY KELLY JOY KESSLER ....... JOHN PAUL KING ....... SYBIL KIRK . . ., ........ .. . VVILLIAIXI JOSEPH KLING . . HELEN KNOBLACH ...... JOAN EVELYN KREBS . VIVIAN KYZAR ........... PATTY ANN LANCASTER . .. JAMES JERRY LANGFORD NATALIE LANGLEY ...... f ' Gtiztteiiiula II2lIIIt'HIlLlI'3.Q ty, Gtlutvixizilzt . .. , , ..M:1g,'ev Hay St. Louis .......LI1urvl .Biloxi .I-:ny Spriiigs ..Il:IttivsIruI'g ......L:1ui-BI .... .Purvis ...Nutt-Ilvz ...JZIVRSHII .. Port Gibson ,.... . .Lauri-I ......J:u'ksoIi . . .....Laux'u1 ...I-my St, Louis ..,.....I.iIve-Pty ,I Iiilaldelpllizl .. .....Czu'soI1 ,,..Vin-ksburg . .Hattiesburg ..I'o1't Gibson ...State Lino . . . .CUIUIIIIJILL ... . . .Jackson . .Hattiesburg ...Monticello ...I Poddsville ..I'Iuttic-sburg . ..... Gulfport .. .Pasvagoula . . . .Columbia . .Hattiesburg . .Long Beach ,.... .Jackson Eighth Row: WALTER E, MARTIN .. JANIE MARSHALI, ..... JAIIKIE MASSEY .......... JAMES XYINIFORIP MAZE .. sII1I:LEY IIEE MEIIEIIITII ... ,.II'5r1f:1I SIIVIIIHN LEXVIE IXIERRILL ........... LIBBY ANN M ESSIC R .. GAYE MIIJIDLETON . . A I' GUST M I LL E R ....,.,.,. BOBBY M I LSTEIP ........... JAMES HENRY MIT1'I7I'II.I. CHARLES MIZE ............. Ninth' Row: NVILLIAM C. MONK ......,.. KATHERINE L, MON'I'1IOAII4l.N ... MARY HELEN MOOIPY ., . JOE NV, MORRIS ........, JULIA ALICE MORRIS .IIMAIIE MORRISON .... FRANCES IVIOUSLEY .... NETTIE BETH MVLLIN ., CLYDE MYERS ......... JOAN INIYERS ......... ANN NELSON MARJO NELSON .. . Tenth Row: PAFL E. NEWBIAN ....... BUFORD NIC!-Inl.SHN, Jil, . OSTRA PEARL OIIOM .... JEAN OIIUM .........,.. RUTH OLIVER ......... . .. IJ A VI D O XV E N S ............ HUBERT FRANKLIN OXYIGN LOUIS OXYENS ............ S BETTY BIAE PECOFI. ..... .. JIMMY PETERS .......... CHARLES PETKOXYSEK, J IE. ROSIE PEVE1 ............. . . .lIul:'uII1lr .,..I"I1xILl ,. . . .IAIUIJWIIIIII . ,.,...... IIt'Il2l ... . . ..tltll11ml'I . ..... H1,1Il'1IoI't . . ,'l':Iylo1'xViIIt- . . . . . .I.z1u1'--I -..Slztlv Lillt' ... . .Mzirlis ....IXI:xgvn- , .,,. I'u1xis . ....I":1y4-Ito ..II:Ittit1slIui'Lr ........I'vt:Il ...'I'VleJI't11XX'!l .....N:It1-II1-Z ..II1lIlIt'sIPlII'Il ..........I'vt:1l .. . ,H:tIlit'SImlIIp:' . . . , . .Jackson ....I-Ialttivslvtlru' . . . . I'nI'I Gibson . . . . ,Libvrty . . . . . .I"IoI'vII1-o ..H8IlivSIIllI'L1' ...Ilattic-slvuiopx . .... Naxtvllva .....4'+'I1t1'm'iII-- ....II:IttiosIII1i'g ....."UlIlIIIIlI2l , , , ,Gulfport ...llollumlaile , .... Natchez ...Jackson Phelps Phillips Pierce, B. Pierre, M. Pippen Pitflelml Ray born kit-lmrds Riley Roberts, 0. Roberts, S. Robinson, tl. Ruffin Ryan, J. Ryan, V. Saucier, D. Naucier, I. Saxton Sellers, P. Nhamhnrgvr Short Shuws, J. Slnmvs, Skinner Smith, M. Smyly Spa-'airs St anh-5 Starr Ste-plu-ns Sumrall, J. Sumrull, S. Sutherland Swartz Switzer Taylor 'l'oler Vallauln res Yan Zandt H'aul1ling'tun Whites ltalker, ll. lturre-ll lturrivk WVntts WVQ-bb, IS. !Yvhh, Z. lVvllmrn Wtilkinz-,nn Willimnr-a, B. N'illiulns, J. N'illin.ms, L. xvilliflllli, S. Wilson, A. 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A . . 15 ' ' . v 1 ,--:az ,,., ' L ' A v" ' .aeQ-jf- W " r ., K ' Q . - -"-5' Eff' " ' 352 : Q, u R K 1 i X ' E- ,,. il .f f "" , Hiz.!T" I-, - pi, ,..,, ,K ' 3 4 4" - M 6 wa - 1 . gn, ' ef wif' rl ' BV: Q Z . 4-4 'I . . 115 -. v ,E gi l-Q' y :fa :vi v ,, ,si -vu, E .x aw V Pittman Powell Prewitt Price Ramey Rawls Robinson, J. Robertson Rogers Rosaii s Ross Rucker Schaub Scliefller Scott -Seay Sellers, C. Sell ers, D. Slay, L. Slay, M. Smith, A. Smith, G. Smith, C. Smith, J. Stockstill Stone Stewart Suliivan, H. Sullivan, M. Sumrall, H. Temple Te rne y Theisen Theobald Thomas Thornton 1Valkerr, F. !Ya.Iley, D. Halley, P. WValters, D. W'alters, Ii. Wvard XVQ-lst-h Wfest YVhittington !Videman N'ilber Wilkerson lVilson, M. Wvintlham, D. lVindham, P WVing IVinkelseth W'instea1'l !Vrig'ht, R. Yonce THE FRESHMAN CLASS First Row: XVILLIAIVI EUGENE PHELPS BEVERLY ANN PHILLIPS MAX R. PIERCE .......... NELDA PIPPEN ...., DOLORES PITFIELIJ .. JO JO PITTMAN ...... JOAN POXVELL ...,....,.. JOHN XV. PREVVITT ........ HERBERT PEAUEY PRIVE JAMES D, RANIEY, JR. .. .. ROSEMARY RAVVLS .. . Second Row: ALMA JEAN RAYRORN .. JOHN I-I. RIUHARIJS, JH. . CAROLYN RILEY ........ ORA BETH ROBERTS .. SUE ROBERTS ........ GEORGE ROBINSON JOHN S. ROBINSON ..,... CARROLL ROBERTSON . JUNE ROGERS ..,..... BARBARA ROSALIS . .. Hattiesburg: .. ...PIuttiL-slallmr BONNIE PIERCE ........... ...Ifolunilwizt , .... St-niinury ...I-Iattit-sburg' ... . . . .Biloxi ....IvIt,Olix'1- ,... . .Laurel ..,,Uo1i1rx1Iiia .....Jayness ...Columbia ,...CoIun1bi:L .. ..Sum1':1ll .,.GuIfpol't ......Lauz-el .,....Javkso11 ,.Lvakosvi1l4- . . , . .Jackson , . . .JHCJIQSOII . . . .ICH-'OIG . ..IVIo1'to11 ...Biloxi HARRIS SULLIVAN . ............. MARX ELIIZA BIGTII SIIl.l.IV A N ,..Il:41Ii1+:lvu1'g' ...Bay Springs H.xsiuf:1,1, sUM1:.xI.x,, .ll-1, , .,... .. .,.., Lam-.-1 Sixth Row: JEAN NUMIQALL ....... ...ice-1'u,4-io, 'lv-ms NIIINIQY In. sUMi:.xLI, .,.... ..Sumi'ztll NANWY sU'1'H1a1:l,.xN1i ,, ,...... .imilmm ERNEST SNVAHTZ ...... JOHN SVVITZEIL .,,..... VHIJOE ANNE TAYLHIL .. XVILLIAM I". 'I'l'CMI'I.E .... . ST E V lil T IC RN E X ,.... ....... .IAM ES IWONA LII T H EISEN MARTIN TlIEOliAI,,IP ........... t'IlAliI.E'S MARVIN THOMAS .. ELIHJN THORNTON .,...,.... Seventh Row: ...Laun-l ,..,,..I3i1oxi ........I.nui-I-l llntfim-:4Ivui'a.1 ,..lluttic:2hL11'p: .,..l'z1s1-agoulu ......Jm-kann ..,.....I.z1urf-l ... Ilzlttivslvurg .,....,.VivI:sb111'1: PATSY TULEIL . ......... ,,,...... ..... . . MARIA EST H ER VALLA I IA I'lES...1':tIIe I' rrviitv, El Sulvmloi' BEI-QNARIP VAN ZANIIT ......,. .........,,... , Jiuflisoli JAMES E, XVAIil,lING'I'4lN ,. ...... I+'luI'f-IIN' JAMES 4V'HAI'MAN XYAITES IU. F. XYALICER, JIL, ...... . . . .Wuyliosluinn . ...... Magru- Some go professional GEORGE ROSS . .. BETTY RUCKER . ., Third Row: LELIA RUFFIN ........ JO ANN RYAN .......... VIRGINIA DARE RYAN . .. DOROTHY J. SAU-QIIER .. IRIS SAUCIER ......... PEGGY SAXTON ...... XWILLIAIVI SCHAUB . .. JANET SCHEFFER .. BOBBY VV. SCOTT XVILLIAINI SEAY . . . CLAUDE 'SELLERS .. DEEDY SELLERS . . Fourth Row: PAT SELLERS .......... JOHN C. SHAMBURGER .. ERNEST L. SHORT. JR. JUNE SHOVVS ......... SIDNEY B. SI-IOXVS . .. CYLIAN SKINNER .. LESSIE SLAY ....... MARY SLAY ........,. ANN LYNN SMITH .... CLAUDE G. SMITH, JR. . CYNTHIA SMITH ..... JIMMY SMITH Fifth Row: MARY SMITH ........ THOMAS A. SMYLY .... JOSEPHINE SPEAIRS .. KENNETH STANLEY .. EDDIE STARR ....... NIARY STEPHENS . .. LINDA STOCKSTILL .. GENE STONE ........ G. M. 'STEXVART . . . . ....Riloxi ...Laurel ....IIuttie-slmurg ... . ..Ja1gkson . ..I'IZl.tIl9SIJ'l1l'g .... . .Gulfport ......Pul'N'is ..,..BlJllItJlI ...Moss Point . ..Pz1sr-agoulzl .....Libe1'ty . ..Vivkshu1'g .. .Hattieslvurg ,...Lu4:PdaI1-- ....I-lattiesburg .. .Lumberton .... .Jackson ..........OVett .,...Mvnde-nhall Flomaton, Ala. .........L?lUl'E'I . . . . .XYay11vsbo1'o .........BiIoXi El Paso, Texas .,.l,h11-ago, III. ...Mendenhall , . . .Hattiesburg ....AxiS, Ala. .,..Yazoo City . . . .XVayr1uSl'1Oi'o .. .Pasuagoula .. . .. .Magee , ..... Pic-ayune . . , .Hattiesburg . . . .Hattiesburg FRE D XYALKER -.... DONALD INI. NVALLEY . . PETTIS IJ, YYAIQLEY . .. IDOT XVALTERS ........, ILA YINIONI3 XYALTERS .. CORNEIL XVARIW ...... Eighth Row: 1wO1:OTHY JEAN WA1:REN RUTH E. WA111-clvic .,..,.. RUTH ELOINH Wm-'Ts BILLY XYEBB ............. ZAIIIEE XVEBB ......... . INIOLLY JANE XYELBVILN .JOAN WELS 'H . ,..... .... Bt IB NVEST ....,.....,.... TOMMY XYHITTINGTHN .. JANICE XYIIDEMAR .... LAURA ANN NYILBER .. FRIEIJA XYILKERSUN . Ninth Row: Finalists for Royalty EDGAR EARL XY ILKINSON BETTY XVILLI A MS ........ BOBBIE JEAN XYILIAAMS LATRELLE L. XVILLIAIXIS . SUIJIE BIAE XVILLIAMS .. ALI7'ORI'l IXIARION XYILSON MARY HELLON NYILSON , UONALIP XYINIOP H A M .... PEGGY XYINIJH ABI ......, UHRISTINE NYING ........ KAROLYN NYINKELSETH IRIS VVINSTEAI1 .......... Tenth Row: NORMAN E. WITTHA1'E1f: . IVIAXINE WOODS ........ HELEN WRIGHT ....... ROBERT XVRIGHT .. PEGGY YONCE .... ..,,I'lz1ll1f-szliuru ... . . .IlI4'IIil'lll ...,IlI1'I1lull Hzltlitfslwurg Huttieshulg .......Tuuiw-:x ...........,.BIag.L-to . . .IfIll,g1'S1l0l'I, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . .Gulfport ....,,1'Olumhizi .....,4jL1II'1m1't .........L:1ui'vl .,.,II:1ttiosl+ur'L:' Yivlislwulg . klzittit-shiirg .......IYIt'l'IIII2lll II21ttiosl,rIll'u,' .,.....I:i1-lim-11 ...Nzitvlivz ......I,z'1uiw-1 ......Jzu-ksou HHQ15' Spriiigs .......AIt'l'IlIIIll1 .. ,Huy Spriiigs ......Summil . . .Ray Spriiigs ....,l,'nILlIHlvus ......,LIlu'l'i5' .. .Pasvasoula ..... .Mzlgwe ....Ilz1tti1-sIi1u1'g ....f,'IHYt'I21IICi . . .,Hattiesbu1'g ....HaltieSlJu1',g . . . .Hattiesburg H I 4' '51 , , ,I f ,n- ,Q' ' In 'n . -. . .', 1' f' ,. fl 1 1951 FOOTBALL RESULTS M.S.C,.. ...... 'ill East:-rn Carolina Statc ... ... ll M.S.C' . . tl: Louisiana Stan- L'niwrsity . . .. .111 lw1.S.L.. . . . U1 Carswrll Air Forcc- Base . . . . .26 M.S.C' N513 McMurry Colle-gc ..... . 7 lw1.S.C . .111 Southwcstcrn La. Inst. . . . ll M.S.C.. . . .35 Southcastcrn La. Collcgt- . . . . ti lVI.S.C .. 7: Lvniv. of Chattanooga .... . . . 19 M.S.C .... 763 Northwcstcrn Statc Colle-gs' .. .. I1 NI.S.C,.. . . 7 Univ. of Alahaiiia ....... . . .Jfll M.S.C . .1514 Louisiana Tr-ch ....... . . 7 M.S.C . .115 Linivcrsity of Louisvillr- .. ...1-1 For thc sccond straight yvar, thc Southcrncrs coppcd thc- Gulf Statc-s Confcrcncc- Championship, thcir third in four years, total- ing six wins and fins clcfcats. Although re-cord-hrcakirig gridstcrs of formcr yvars such as Cllifli Coggin and "Buhbc-r" Phillips wcrf- missing in the South- :-rn lin:-up, Hcad Coach Thad fPic1 Yann and his capable' as- sistants, Clydc Stuart and H. A. Smith, were c-quippt-d with sixtcf-n cflicif-nt i'ctur'ning lvttcriiicn and such riotablc ncw- conicrs as "Scrappy" Hart and "Bucky" McElroy, who prow-tl tlir-iiise-lvcs to hc of vt-ry high calihrc. Starting tht- 1951 si-ason ofl' with a biggcr hang than an atom homh, thc Southcrncrs rompcd ovcr Eastcrn Carolina Statc 411-U. YN'ith such a victory for thrir first gainc, thf- Vannmcn lct it bc known that thcy wr-rc a tc-am to hc- rcckonf-d with for thv rn-st of thc sc-ason. The-n the- Southcrncrs travcllcd down into bayou country whcrc- thcy tanglcd with the LSU Tigcrs, dropping thc ganic 13-O. Thv Tigcrs passcd thc Southcrncrs dizzy throughout thc game, hut thc Yanmncn would come- back at thc-in with pcnc- trating ground attacks, causing thc Tigcr I1lf'l'1iS nvrvcs to bc on 1-dgr' thc cntirc Conte-st. As .lack Dix, sport announccr for WHSY, said when LSU tried a hold goal, "Th:-y wcrf- not just shooting at ducks on thc pond." Thf' fly hoys from Carswc-ll Air Forcc Basis, boasting two All- Aincricans and looking like men from Mars, added salt to thc wound by dropping thc Southrrncrs 26-11, This gain? was sched- ulcd asa slccpcr, only to turn out as il nightinan-. o o o H A S F Q R A'l'lll.l'l'l'lt' Dllil'fl"I'UR ICICICD GIKICICN lllijll KOACII "l'll'i" VANS aft'-'E YUN. . x, 1 ....ala kr 7' L. R : tiff' w-X -131 M ,- E 1951 S The coaching stuff of Smith, Vann, and Stuart M"'V'v E AS AWE. Qcgw l"1"i"T " f f- --- 1 ff SGUTHER ER N ALL G. . . a f1'r M fffwgylfx --in Q ,-,X x. ' 5 as--W 'ff- f,,,. . ,ff .. N , if A ,gf f ,fi X' , av 1 ,ww ,X L ,,,,.,' ff' .kj A ,Q-"wi f ' '33 Q --f CA LINK' ELL lst 'l'1-am G.S.C. .lIc'ELROY lst Team 6.5.12 MANN lst, Team 03.5.1 '. H A RT lst 'l'9kun G51 '. MlTSl'ARl'1,l.L0 2nd Team G.S.C. N0 ISLES lst Team G. SIX FA Ii RIS 2nd Team 6.8.0. M1-DANIICL 2nd Team G.S.C. "Ji" L-rio' 13 V 5 ff it I ,ff Q1 5 I in 1 1 I 6 a ' ' ' W' 1 ,V I, -1 5 55,15 l s ' ., ,,,.: 531:- ',. ,-1, ' "X .4-P' W ff ggi 4- 513-f FYLKERSON LANG ht Team G.S.f'. lst Tcmn G.S.C. BRASHIER LQGROS 'Ind Team G.S,C, Intl Team G.S.C. ALLEN KEBIPER 2nd Team G.S.C. Hon. Mention G.S.C. fi?- L fr at L 'Dx ' lj M Q KAl'f'Hli'K BIYSMIQCI lst Team G.S.C. lst Team G.S.C. 1IOKEI.L.-XR lSRl'3Il"IELD 2nd Tc-mn G.S.C. 21141 Team G.S.C. FE RLI SE Hon. Mention G.S.C. Bm-k Row: Lt-Gros, llurt, llaylut, li2lll1'hiK'k, lfarish, Stvwart. Front Row: Mann, Musmoci, Farris, Allen, Kemper, lfulkurson. -QQ .'Mf,.f4 'nly . 1, J ' X W, 41- -WM 4 .. :fb x, We 9 Q11 K, 1 4- 2 'Q mar- TACKLES ENDS Buck R0'w: Nobles, WV. Cla-rk, Cm-uso, Marziliano Bm-k Ron: Wolters, Lung, lirumlielcl, Loftis Front Row: Hinton, Fulkefrson, Rheml, Manu, Musmvci Front Row: l'aullcnn-r, Culclwm-ll, Toonu-y, Ruiz, Boling' FULLBACKKS McElroy, Kaur-llick, Clark, Baylot Oops! RIGHT llALFBAf'!iS Bac-k Row: Brnlshier, Kaiser, Daniels, Him-wart Front. Row: lionuhon, Howard. lfurish Nlanagers Fred Bradley and Bill Oakes x , f H. W Q 533 mi? is ., X X lx . X s or f , El X x 3 K 4- 24 . . A 5 V fL,1f". f F , X Qi A " L : ' lt I If r M x Q f N If A ,. Q12 -1-' X 1 E f , ' T' kSf!1 fn, 'f' 'fb iff' ' ,. Sw -f - x Q .X 'Hex 1 . ,M V '- 4 4 A -f .fb K r , y l , - , V. Y rw- .X do ,Ny , f . M . f 5- , A ,f- k-Aw YV Q13 :Sami v - , j - L fn " g'fK gw iffl 'fifaefl'-gg"qE?vgfgwesgomzltxf,, . . N 12, y 2,4 Ms , N . 'fr fix. 1 J A+ Y, --ll GM! .vu-W . .mm ..-X M Q. A .1 ,Q W X Q. 35 , A., gl A ,xwm Vx.--' v,gQk,.,,iQ,a, ,,p.,w .,1f1,,i:f, 63,-uv! ,J - I .V , X X.,,,,Er fmiiifl' f' . 2'S,,,'X1ilQ5fsg-QX'?Q.gQw'.:xgfq., af 454315, - KX-X. X 1' jim-gzfxvxp N'.W7Ff7'-,Etxfimv-,f NW N931 -5"7L" TRW, +Lf'QFV 'V A-"l".1'-0:42 r ' 'W -' if iv if. .. iw... bw.- , 1,.:,,x.'v , , A, ,No qw, fl., ,.v,- 'yn- S--f",-x."'f1-l"f'f,"i'+,g il--K" gffqr,-g,.,Q1,35i :LQ JC -:ful X fb:-w-as 'PI-Q. ffl! J, ' A l.I'Il"'l' llAl.lfll.H'Iii Oakes, White, Hurt, liellp f'lCN'I'lCllS Museurellu, Allen, Meeks, L, Flzlrk Howexer, for the next three weeks, the Vannmen were sailing on a high tide. They cruised over lN1eMurry College 5-l-7, skunltetl SLI fl 1-U, and thrashed Southeastern 35-6. Then Chattanooga sank the Southernt-r's sailboat I9-7. But the Vannmen fame haek the next week with fresh vigor and sailed on up the Championship River when they held a traek meet with Northwestern in whieh they shellaeked the Louisiana lads 76-tl hr-fore a eolcl homeeoming erowd. The Northwestern score set a reeord for the most boints seored in a single game. The Crimson Title of Alabama slowed the Southerners down to the tune of lil-7, hut the pigskin "toters" of Southern hit the QI' ,X li'I' lik l5.U'li'4 Wal kv-r, Bl it eller-on. Nlellenrp GI' Hills l"nrris, Alonzo, Kemper, Melmniel, lferlise, Funk Comehael-1 trail again and rolled over Louisiana Tech 33-7, settling the dispute to who would be the GSC Champs of 1951. In their Hnal game of the season, the Yannmen fought and were nosed out l-I-13 by the University of Louisville on a Cold November day. Coaeh Yann, finishing his third sueeessful season as head mentor, was asain named "GSC Coaeh of the Yearm for the seeond straight year. Southern dominated the All-GSC team hx' placing nineteen men on it. "Strappy" Hart, "BuCky" BICHlrOx', Dick Caldwell, Phil Musmeei, XYalter Mann, and Eddie Kauehiek attained Full Speed Ahead irzxwv-.-' .tux-,.vr-v-:www 'v --s -"' s ' ' '- 'iv' " ff r' non'-urn--'vwv-v-v :von-rv -:vc-wrt:-wnurwn - ' -w f 1 The Alabama Tilt first team honorsg Jimmie B1-ashier, Phil Muscarello, Tom Le- Gros, Jackson Brumfield, Bob McKellar, Dave Allen, Ken Farris, Ed McDaniel, and Jack Fulkerson copped positions on the second team: and Elmo Lang, Herbert Nobles, Pat Ferlise, and Elmer Kemper gained honorable mention laurels. Several Southern men also received national honors. McElroy was selected on Paul Williamson's Mid-Bracket All-American second team, lvfusmeci made the third team, and McKellar and Mann achieved honorable mention titles. Allen, Musmeci, and McElroy were also named on the Associated Press' Little All- American team. The justly named "Scrappy" Hart represented Southern in the 1951 Senior Bowl, in which he was outstanding as defensive halfback. The Southerners amassed 306 points to the combined opposi- tions' 132. McElroy set a new rushing record with a total of 854 yards to his credit. The 1951 season was officially closed with the election of Musmeci as team captain and LeGros as alternate captain. Torn LeGros received the "Most Outstanding Player of the Yearw award. Congratulations and thanks are in order to Southern's red- headed, hard-working Director of Publicity, Jimmie "Mack" Mc- Dowell, for the magnificent support he contributed to the ath- letic department. "Mack" used more adjectives in describing the Southern athletes than Shakespeare had words in his vocabu- lary, and when he would exhaust his supply, he would contrive new ones. Thanks again, "Mack," x I if Rocking on Ready i"'g'l! K V ik.: 0 'J f' MSL! M.S.C M.S.C M.S.LI M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C.. .. M.S.C M.S.C.. .. M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C. . . . M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C1 M.S.C M.S.C M.S.C.. .. M.S.C M.S.CI M.S.C,. .. M.S.C1 Going for Broke! VVhere's the Ball? 1951-52 BASKETBALL RESULTS 1 .....103,TroyfAla.j STC ...37 . . . Birmingham Soutlicrn . . . . .65 .. . Culvvr Stofkton KMo.l ... ...34 . . . Dayton University 59 .. . Florida State .... 413 .. . Florida Statc- ...... .. .70 . . . Tampa Univcrsity 9'l ... Southeast:-rn La. .. . ...65 . . . Dayton University 97 . . . Georgetown QKy. '1 614 . . . Loyola .......... 52 . . . Nlcinphis State . . 72 ... Spring Hill ........... . . .55 . . . Florvncc Statr CAI. 51 . . . Louisiana Collcgc- 61 . . . lVIC'IIlIJl'llS Statf: . . 79 ... Delta Stats ....,.. . . .55 . . . Ct-ntvnary Collf-gr 53 . . . Fort Jackson CSC 53 . . . Nortliwfstf-rn Statr' 55 . . . Southwcstcrn La. Inst. . . . . .70 . . . Louisiana Collcgv 31 . . . Louisiana Tech .... . . .58 . . . Northwestern .......... . . .57 . . . Soutliwcstorn La, Inst, . . . . .66 . . . Cctntrnary ............ . . .49 . . . Loyola ..... 68 La.T0ch... 66 ... Delta Stan- ... 55 . South:-astvrn 5-1 ... Spring Hill ... 56 1 11':. ' i'," QL .GARPIFK Something's Gotta Give! ' U 1 llc Caubht It. . . x 51 SAX. 'S' if J i ' IW , . .ml 'i I-4 fs- ' , The tall Texan, Coach Lee Floyd, and his galloping quints were riding high in the saddle at the very begin- ning of the 1951-52 basketball season. With the return of all lettermen of the previous season, excepting Jack Hill, Rollie Peirfederici, and Wyatt Tul- los, the outlook for the season was dehnitely bright and expectations were high. At the end of the season, the Southern cagers positively lived up to these expectations and then some. At the onset, the Southerners trampled Troy 103-37. They continued on down the schedule with similar tri- umphs, hitting a few snags, and easing out of others. Probably one of the most outstanding games of the season was the one in which they bid for national recog- co.xe1l mer: lfroxn The Champs Qt -. i AN BASKETBALL nition by taking on the nationally ranked University of Dayton quints who eased the Southerners out 59-57. At the fiinale, the hoopsters were flashing a fourteen and three conference record and a twenty-six and seven overall mark. For the first time since Coach Floyd came to Southern in 1949, he had an advantage that he had always been lacking, a big man under the wicket. His recruits in- cluded no less than four men who stood six three and over-Russell Hunley, Mickey Harrington, Roger Soren- son, and the returning, dependable John 0'Kcefe, Tom Bishop, Nick Revon, Jack Gallagher, Jeep Clark, Bobby Weathers, and Billy Allgood continued the outstanding performances on the rectangles they had accomplished in previous years. Three other newcomers to the squad. Bill Stross, Roy Guyton, and Vaughn Jones contributed vitally to the team. Injuries were again hitting the Southerners. Bishop. Gallagher, Clark, Harrington, and lNeathers were all retired from the court at intervals due to various causes. lfirxt. Run: liill Nlross, liolrlu xYI'Iltll1'I'N, Nivla Ih-urn, Tom liishup. N4-4-mul lion: John 0'Iie-1-fn-, Jan-la Hullxudu-r, lluswll Illlllll'Q. lhvgvr SOTPIINUII 'l'hirul Row: -le-vp Vlnrli, Yuln.:l1n.lolu-s, liillia- Xllgmul, R03 tillixlon. Mia-In-5 lhlrrington, FI ISH IST CO FERENCE Gallagher and Sorenson Team Up Cheek That Form! The cagers closed the season with as much success as did the gridsters. Battling it down to the wire with Loy- ola, the Southerners came out on top as Gulf States Con- ference Champions by defeating Spring Hill in the final game. Going on to the GSC tournament, Coach Floyd's men eased out Northwestern in the finals to bring home another championship. Coach Floyd achieved the honor of being named "Co- Coach of the Yearf, As in football, the Southerners domi- nated the All GSC Team by placing Revon and Gal- lagher on the first team and Bishop on the second. Revon was high scorer in the conference. The most important factor in the future for the South- ern cagers is that there are no seniors on the squad and only five juniors. You may continue to expect to see the high calibre of play in the field house that has been per- formed in the past for years to come. It is regrettable that the results of the NAIB Tourna- ment could not be included in this year's annual. What- ever the results were, remember that those five men who stepped out onto the rectangles and dribbled that round ball up and down the court time after time did it not only for their personal esteem and glory, but also because they live basketball day and night and for the recognition of the school and coach they lovekMississippi Southern College and Coach Lee Floyd. oi , '5 ,.1:.Ani,, ,. D ' V .,1 " ' 1' Q, - Q. - ' ,Yagi s i, f' " N , f fx f' -'Nr-z 'ar-1, -- .. Yi vs, Mah- " .7 , 'Z 'M . i s?f,1?2SzsQ3Pf ,fzpswig X ff - K as ',sx.g'g,.i,':'. we s is t '-. A 3 P 1 X fgggiglzgi M - Q35., s ' s , , mf e at Q. .. Q gm.. A W., ff sss v if f 'JR 'Q EZ ii? :Wa lf ,. 12-,Z Y. fw, X wfuf 'XLJM .'q.i'?N1i 'I 951' Q-'f , - as it s ii ,Sv Y 5, ' ss? 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I I Olullimu-rs lic-von, Clark, Allgwnoal, 0'K4-cfu, XYQ-ullwrs, Bishop, und Gnllmxln-r BASEBALL Tho stuff of thc' SOUTHICRNILR rCgl'Cts that clue' to thc mirly publication data nvithm' pic- 15 tures nor scorers wcrc available of thc bascball tvum. Howcvcr. some information of Coach C. li. Stuarfs diamond prospccts was sccurcd. Lcttcrmgm Nick Rvvon was cxpvctvd to bc' thc number one pitcher, with Harold Moss and Jim- my Mitcherson relieving him. First base would be controlled by Hub Waters and Jack F ulker- song James Davenport and Arnold Franklin at second, Jeep Clark holding down shortstop, Paul Padgett and Leemon McHenry at third, Jack Gallagher and Ray Sinopoli in left field, Billy Allgood, Jackie Howard, and Booth Poole in center field, Milton White and Mickey Harring- ton in right field, and Dave Lee Walker and Jiggs Madison in catcher position. The team looked very well in practice and is expected to make an admirable showing in the conference. Pictures and results of the baseball, track, ten- nis, golf, and gym teams will be included in the 1953 annual. AND WIN G. S. A. C. GOLF TITLE John Bethea, C l H ll Southern's Golf team made an exceptionally good record during the last season, winning the Gulf States Conference championship in the last Vick Odom, and Roy Moss days of the season on the attractive court at the Hattiesburg Country Club. 157 ba., wx v. L- ,, 1 '4 " W P. 2 Af Q I N ' M. M ,B Q f " 'ff f 'af 4 m .0 y -. Ph .' f f ,N M52 fkd' vw " , '4- K 'M g x Q ' 2 ff 1, , Q 5 A 1 ,N X F? 4 M 1 , RA, , ,. N Y U I Q Q fw- ALPHA EPSILO ALPHA A national speech and hearing fraternity . . . established in 1949 . . . has as its purpose establishing a common meeting ground for undergraduate and graduate students of speech correction and hearing rehabilitation . . . c'key" members are chosen from students who have proved themselves worthy by clinical service, above average scholarship, and special interest . . . Sigma chapter installed at Southern in May, 1950 . . . maintains a varied program of activities. OFFICERS .....Pre5ident HELEN WELSCH . .. ELLEN OLSON ...... ....... V ice-President HAZEL CRUTHIRDS . . . .... Secretary-Treasurer KATHERINE WRIGHT . . . JANE MCCULLOUGH . . . .... ...... ...Program Chairman . . . .Student Council Representative DR. J. DALE WELSCH .... .......... ......... S p onsor Seated-Freeman, Templeton, Oruthirds, VVelsch. Standingajones, W'right, Broome. McCullough, Dr. Welsch. ll- is at FV' W Y, cv As, 'E? Q1 160 First Row: Walker, Pittman, Myers, Hunt. Smith, Beneheld. Second Row: Price, Schmidt, Hefley, Bessey, Witthaver, Walker, Tutor. OFFICERS SIDNEY PITTMAN . . . ............. .... P resident CHARLES SMITH .... .......... V ice-President HULON MYERS . . . .... S ecre tary and Treasurer TOM BENEFIELD ... . ... ....Reporter DR. FRED WALKER ... .... Sponsor National Honorary Pre-Medical Fraternity , . . encourages excellence in pre- medical work by furnishing a goal toward which the student may strive . . . provides fellowship among students with like interests . . . bridges gaps between pre-medical school and the school of medicine . . . installed at Mississippi Southern on October 23, 1948 . . . takes part in school activities such as career Day. 161 ALPHA EPSILO DELTA A L P H A LAMBDA Alpha Lambda, Freshmen's Wlomen Honorary Fraternity, was recently or- ganized on our campus to honor outstanding women of the freshman class who have made enviable records of outstanding scholarship. The fraternity aids the administration with its annual orientation program and helps whenever pos- sible those women students who have made failing grades in their academic studies. OFFICERS JANET LANDRUM .... . . .President MRS. LENA Y, GOLYGH ... ...Advisor I :fix - 5 ! '57 162 MEMBERS Seated: lfVelsch, Cruthirds, Jordon, Limbough, Swetman, Daws. Standing: Evans, Bates, Vowell, Myers. OFFICERS TOM EVANS .... ...... D irector HELEN VVELSCH ... ...Stage Manage: IIULON MYERS .... .... B uxiness Mqnager' MR. JOHN MULLIN .... ..... F acuity Advisor I Interest in drama and appreciation of dramatic art at Southern is promoted by Alpha Psi Omega . . . National Honorary Dramatic Fraternity . . . on the campus since 1949 . . . outstanding achievements in college dramatics are rec- ognized by this society . . . membership is gained by earning points in acting, backstage work, and any related dramatic work , . , boasts 230 chapters. 163 I 3 . ga Zfiffwgi afinww ,amiga ALPHA PSI OMEGA rm s41m..i.f MMS' " Q1 t ' iff? 1 1.':',' 4 -972- Q., ' , u 4. The Ainerieun Cheinieal Society was installed at Mississippi Southern Col- lege on April 6, 1949, lor the purpose of encouraging in the broadest and niost liberal inanner the advzmeenient of eheiiiistry in .ill its hranehes. The Society also encourages high scholastic' achievement ziniong all its nieinhers and ae- ! S M I lg S l Q quaints the student ol this departinent with niodern eheinistry. CHEMICAL S 0 C I E T Y HRH: c:i:1oi3R .... GERAI.1JINE SMITH . . .IAMIS t:,xLi1t JUN ... MARY i:L1Z,xBia'l'H HHLMER HL'Lc mx Mymzs .... DR11. ia, L.xN1c, IIR. .. 164 0 OFFICERS . . . .Prmidmzt .Vife-Plmilderit ....Sr'c'1e'!rIIj' . . . .l1n1.i111f'1 Ruffin fflxrzizzmzrz . . .1"af11Ify .41iz'1'i01 COUNCIL MEMBERS Front: Gordean Cockerham. Joyce Havarcl, Doris Parker, Eugenia Howell, Elaine Brumheld, Glaniece McCarty, Bartis Harper, Rev, Riley Mundy. Middle: Billie Murry, Claiborne Grayson, Barbara Huff, Martha Jones, Bar- bara Everitt, jean Phillips, Edna Edwards, Jaye Ford, lVendell Varner. Back: Mary Hood, Eric Gieger, Pat Covart, Alfred Foy, Milton McCarty, Jerry Rogers, Dalton Burch. Not Pictured: Paul Padgett. OFFICERS BARTIS HARPER . .. . . . ......... ......... P resident RILEY MUNDY . . . ..... B,S.U. Secretary Promotion of spiritual development of students through Christian associa- tion and fellowship, Bible study, prayer, church membership, and denomina- tional loyalty . . . helps relations between local churches and Baptist students by serving as a mediator . . . weekly meetings held in the Science Annex . . . sponsor of many religious and social activities on the campus. 165 BAPTIST STUDE I0 National Honorary Biological Fraternity '... encourages scholarship in bi- ological science X... rncinbership open to students who have made above "C" on twenty hours of biological science . . . installed at Mississippi Southern on May 29, 1950. OFFICERS MAYIS HUNT ..... .... P zesideizt GEORGE POLLITZ ....... . . . Vice-President B T A MARGARET CYCONNELL ...S6C7'6f1l7',l' DR. HEFLEY .... .... S pontor B E T A MEMBERS B E T A First Row: Pollitz, Gunn, Nliller, Hunt. Vaughn, 0,Conncll. Second Row: Burch, Evans, Hcllcy, Ekes. Nlagec, Calhoun. Third Row: Frazier, Grayson, Coghlan, Xlalkcr, Varrclnian, lXIcCarty. , , ,H 166 MEMBERS Front: Fred Wilson, Elsie Aikens, Caroline Ruppel, Clay Fields, Bill Burnett. Middle: J. Treadwell Davis, Josephine Frazier, Bobbie Barker, Dot Darrach, Mary Lou Powell, Jimmy Smith. Back: Rev. R. A. Park, Grace Gregory, Lytle Roberts, Mr. T. Palmer, Ken- C 1 S l Q neth Koch, Harlan Vinnedge. CLUB OFFICERS CAROLINE RUPPEL .... .............. ...... P 1 resident ELSIE AIKENS ...... .... V ice-President CLAY FIELDS ........ ...... S ecretary WILLIAM BURNETT .... ..................... T 7'6f151l7'6'7' FRED WILSON ...... .... S tudent Council Rep1'ese11tr1tiUe A member of the national organization of Canterbury Clubs, it was chartered on our campus in the fall of 1946 . . . an organized group of Episcopal students, the aim of which is to serve the mission of Christianity in higher education by fostering a better understanding of the faith of the Episcopal church . . . it sends a representative for Southern to a state-wide conference of Canterbury Clubs. 167 CHRISTIA FEDERATIO Co-ordinates the religious activities of the organizations on the campus . . . promotes religious activities in the interests of all faiths . . . sponsors Religious Emphasis Week, Noon-day prayer services, and Vespers . . . supports the World Student Service Fund . . . serves as a committee to plan all campus religious activities. OFFICERS ED AKERS ........ ............. ...,. P r esident MAXINE HATCHER . . . .... Vice-President CELESTE WARD . . . .......... Secretary BARBARA HUFF . . . ..... Vesper Chairman JACK ALBRITTON . . ..... Noonday Chairman MEMBERS Sitting: Bartis Harper, Myrt Hoda, Ed Akers, Joy Turman, Riley Mundey. Not pictured: Maxine Hatcher, Barbara Ann Huff, Celeste Ward, Jack Al- britton. QL Via. yas., ll? -,d E7 1 I 168 ' 1. ,tg , it MEMBERS First Row: Harlan, Francis, Harkins, Trahan, Mitchell, Capps. Second Row: Myrick, Russell, Madison, Varner, Goff, Maxcy, Ball. Third Row: Welch, Vollmer, Woods, Hawkins, Hill, Jackson. Fourth Row: Brown, Campbell, Boardman, Simmons, Brewer, Smallwood. Fifth Row: Bass, Hicks, Thrash, Gray, Davidge, Russell. Monroe. OFFICERS ALFRED HARKINS . . . ................ ..... H eadnzaster DON FRANCIS ...... .... S enior Hfarden JAKE CANTWELL .. .... funior Warden MURPHY TRAHAN . . . ....... Treasurer WILLIAM R. CAPPS .... ....... S cribe JIM ROLAND ......... ..., I Iistorinn R. C. EDWINS ....... .... C ,'hll71f6'HOI' W. B. HARLAN . . . ..... Sponsor One of the objectives of Delta Sigma Pi, which was installed on December 9. 1950, is to prepare the commerce students for participation in the business world. Outstanding businessmen and men of commerce are secured to speak at meetings. Gamma Tau chapter of Delta Sigma Pi was organized on Southern's cam- pus on October 10, 1949, and was known as the Honorary Commerce Society. Later the group chose the name of Beta Alpha. Under this name they wegre admitted into Delta Sigma Pi as the third chapter in Mississippi. 169 DELTA SIGMA PI 'Fuses-H "1" ELEM N TARY CO NCIL MEMBERS First Row: Cockran. Valdespino. Small, Knight. Mobley. Miss Jones. Second Row: Martin. Evans. Worthy. Donahoc. Roberts. Griilin. Third Row: Boykin. Smith. Hcrndon. Park1'I'. Cowart, OFFICERS NELL KNIGHT .... P 1'f'.r iderzr BEVERLY SMALL . . . . .... I'ive-Pmxiderit CAROL MUBLEY .. 4'4' zvtnlj' find 7'n-fzulzff MISS EMILY .It DNES ... ...Sp011.rm A studunt brginch ol' tht- National Association for Childhood Education . . . Its purposc is to further thu cziust' of GlCIlll'IlI211ly education and to establish L1 0. Close bond of frivndship among its IIlL'Illl7t'l'S . . . Orgrznizvd by studvnts planninb to teach in thc L'lL'IIlCIlIZll'Y gradcs , . . lL'CIllI'L'F- und forum discussion fcnturc out- side cducators who are brought in for this purpose . . . sponsors such projects as thc salv of svuls for the benefit of the tubcrculosis fund. 170 ln l-Y MEMBERS First Row: Nix, Lancz, Gatewood. Brumfield. Farrell, Knight. Second Row: Thorne, Johnson, Blakely, Cook, Dr. Dowcll. Third Row: Gunn, Nickolson, McKee. OFFICERS JAMES THORNE . .. .............. .... P fexidcnt ELMIRA FARRELL . . . . .. ..... Vice-President NELL KNIGHT . .. ...... Sefrelary and 7wI'f'HX1lI'1'l D. NIKOLSON .... ...Student Council Repr'e,te1zfr1ti1'e MARCELL McKEE ............. ...... L ibm,-mf, DR. PATTIE DOWELL . . . . . . . .. ......... Sporzsoz Organized in 1946 . . . Received national charter December ll. 19-A146 . . . to interest the best young men and women in education as a life-long career . . . to give practical experience in working together in a democratic way to those who plan to be the future teachers of America . . . to familiarize teachers in training with the history, ethics, and program of the organized teaching profes- sion . . . to develop among young people an organization which shall be an in- tegral part of state and national education associations . . . local chapter named in honor of George G. Hurst, a former professor at Mississippi Southern. 171 E U T U R E TEACHER OE AMERICA HCME EC CLU Has as its purpose the stimulating of interest in the field of homemaking and promoting a feeling of professional unity '.., founded in 1926 . . . open to all home economics majors or students taking courses in home economics . . , one of the older organizations on Southern's campus . . . affiliated with the American Home Economics Association and the Mississippi Home Economics Association. OFFICERS BARBARA HUFF .. ............ ...... P resident MARJIE D, W'ALL ....... .... I 'ice-President GERALDINE MARTIN .. . .... ..... S 667'Fff17'J' NANCY MCGREW ...... ........... T reaszzrer FAYE GRIFFIN .......... .... P rogranz CIIIIIITNZIIII MISS ELSIE BUSCHERT ... ........... Sponmr First Row: Reynolds, Estess, Bacon, Westmoreland, Phillips, Simpson, Biehl, James, Havard, Broome, Bratschi. Meadows, Easom. Second Row: Coats, Holder, Murray, Garraway. McGrew, Wall. Huff, Bosch- ert. Martin. Grifiin, Probst. Ainsworth. Sullivan. Norris. Third Row: Wlelhorn, Cordell, Wilderson. Saucier, Davis, Threadgill, Warren. McKinney. Fritzsche, Thompson, Hartley, Crosby. Saxton. Gwingsj Riley, Polk, Aultman. Fourth Row: McCarty. Wleaver, Ford, Cooke, Pierce, Houts, Hardage, John- son, Robertson, Tynes, Gill, Davis, Dunnam. 172 National Honorary Mathematics Fraternity . . . provides a society for the recognition of outstanding students in the field of mathematics . . . helps the undergraduate realize the importance of the role played by mathematics in the development of the civilization of the western hemisphere . . . founded for the purpose of furthering the interests ol mathematics . . . colors: rose pink and silver . . . flower: wild rose. OFFICERS JOHN YORK . .. ....... Plmiderzf FLOY LYNEAL ...... .... I f'ire-Preiirlerzt GERALDINE SMITH ...... .... . St?L'I'EfIlI'J' MISS VIRGINIA FELDER .... ...........,. ....... 7 ' rezuurez HARLAN VINNEDGE .... .... . S'lua'ent Council Reprmerztativf MR. THOMAS . .. . . ....... Sp07lJOI First Row: York, Smith, 0'Connell, O,Neal, Rich. Second Row: Thomas. Vinnedge, Baylot, Walters, Geiger, Miley. KAPPA M EPSILO 173 Nm. age: ku M KAPPA PI Purpose: to further the interest of students exeelling in artwork . . . to pro- vide a forum for the discussion of artistic forms and trends and to promote a general interest in the progress of modern art . . . membership limited to stu- dents who have made outstanding Contributions to the art department of Mis- sissippi Southern College . . . installed at Southern in the spring of 1949 as a National Honorary Art Fraternity. OFFICERS YVARREN DENNIS .............. .... P resident LARRY EDYVARDS ..... Vice-President JEAN FERGUSON . . . ..... Reporting Secretary JOAN LEE ............ .... C forreiponding Secretary JOHNEEN INGERSOLL . . . . . . . . .... Treasurer I MEMBERS Seated: Edwards, Fergusonx Dennis. Ingersoll. Lee. Standing: Mr. Lok, Timbes, Keys, Anderson. Shumaker, York. McGregor. '?'gg ,sf 2 5 l l I s l 1 a 174 Men who have earned a letter in one of the major varsity sports make up this organization . . . meets regularly and sponsors various speakers and forums designed to give future athletic directors a proper background in the funda- mental rules and regulations ol' the sports world . . . sponsors regular soeial aetivities for both members and the student body . . . takes part in eampus aetivities. OFFICERS TOM LGGROS . . . .... Pzesirleizt First Row: Musearello, Meeks, Caldwell, Kemper, Musmeei, Stewart, Farrish, Walker, Ruehon. Second Row: Toomey, Brashier, MeDaniel, Lang, Miteherson, Ferlise, Redd, Taylor. Third Row: Fulkerson, Melieller, Howard, Alonzo, Posey, White, Gallagher, LeGros, Baylot, Hart, Allgood. , 175 NEWMA CLL B Founded in 1946, it creates a feeling of fellowship among the Catholic stu- dents at M.S.C .... represents Southern at conventions of the nations Newman Clubs . . . meets twice a month . . . helps its members to better understand the teachings and practices of the Catholic Church. OFFICERS MYRT HODA ...... ........... P resident ANTHONY JIMINEZ ..... Fiut Vice-President FRANK SCHMIDT .... ..... S econd Vice-President MARY FLETCHER .... .... T hird Vice-President MARY BUCHANAN .... ........... S ecretary MICHEL HAAS .... .... T reasurer MEMBERS Front: Father Tierney, Joyce Jamison, Georgcan Coethals, Phyllis Embragulio, Ann Smith. Mary Fletcher, Mack Theobold. Middle: Charles Carter, Myrt Hoda, Jacqueline Massey, Mary Buchannan. Greta Bergstrom, Karen Bergstrom, Pat lNfIcDonald, Gerald Quave. Back: Tom Collins, Frank Schmidt. Billy Jacks. Charles Petkovsec. Mike Haas. Lamar Britton. Adrian Felix. Bill Seay. mfs I76 l l 1 1 l 4 I L Organized on this campus in 1941 and reorganized in 1951, this honorary senior women's fraternity has as its purpose the recognition of scholarship and leadership among women students at MSC . , . requirements are attendance at Southern a minimum of 5 quarters maintaining average of MB" or better with no grades lower than MCH . . . strives to promote high standards of democratic living . . . encourages service for others and development of the liner qualities of its members . . . emphasizes leadership, scholarship and personal qualities ol women. OFFICERS MARY ANN DENT . . . .... President CAROLYN THONIAS . . . .... ..... V ice-President BETTY LU COSTON . . . ..... S ecre tary and Treasurer MRS. LENA Y. GOUGH .... .... S ponsor MEMBERS Seated: Welsch, Dent, Coston. Standing: Ingersoll, Ekes, Thompson, Stuart. PHI LTA RHO 9 J st QW 177 1304 'FM PI KAPPA DELTA National Honorary Forensic Society . . , founded for the purpose of stimulat- ing interest in inter-collegiate oratory and debating . . . Delta Chapter organized at Mississippi Southern in 1949 . . . limited to those students who have rep- resented their college in speech performances and debates . . . colors: cherry red and white. OFFICERS DALToN BURCH ......... c:L1FF THOMAS MARTHA N. JoNEs DR. CHASE WINFREY . .. MEMBERS First Row: Mullin. Blount, Burch, Winfrey. Second Row: Jones, Thomas. Allred, NN'ilher. Third Row: Short. Williams, Rogers. Blunt. .. ...President Vife-President .....S6C7FfI1I'y . . . .Sponsor F9 may Us r' Nm Cl? .X 178 I ,tw . P , in v-,I I 1 1' . ,ff 'Raid 43? HGTV! 77 MEMBERS First Row: Pollitz, Smith, Murfl, Robertson, McIntyre. Second Row: Myers, Jennings, Cruthirds, Landrum, Burch. Third Row: Vinnedge, Slack, Bennett, Welsch, Jordan. Not Pictured: Head. OFFICERS DALTON BURCH . . . .............. ..... P resident ROY LEE BENNETT .... ........... V ice-President HAZEL CRUTHIRDS . . . .... Secretaryr1rzrlTre115urer DR. R. G. LOWREY . . . .... . . ....... Sponsor Organized at the University of Mississippi in 1925 . . . established at Missis- sippi Southern March 31, 1949 . . . First chapter to be added under the national- ization of the organization , . . requirements for membership include seventy per cent "A's" for ninety quarter hours work as a minimum . , . ideals consist of learning, loyalty, and purity . . . colors are white and deep blur X... the flower is the white rose. 179 PI KAPPA PI EGA MEMBERS First Row: McR:1ncy, Harlan, Rcadman, Shows, Hendrick, Hawley, Brown. Picmtt. Second Row: Brantley, Black, Walker, Hoda, McBride, Evans. Wright. Third Row: Willc-mos, McLeod. Pryor, Womack, Hoguc. Touchstone. OFFICERS YUBA HENDRICK . .. ............. ...... P rexidmzt AGNES GATEWVOOD .... . . . Vice-Presiderzt FRANKIE SHOXYS . . . .... Se'c'1'c'ta1'y BILLIE MURRAY . . .....,,..,.. ....... Y ll't'I1SZlI'E'I HILDA BRANTLEY . . ..... Studmzt Counril 1fejJ1f',vvr1t11tiz'f' VV, B. HARLAN ... ... .... ....... S ponxor 'li M, PRYoR ....... .... S pow, IDA MAE P1ER,x'1"1' .... Spomof National Business Education Frzitcrnity . . , CIlC0l11'l'tg'CS scholaisliip, lcudur- ship and high uthiczil standards in husinvss . . . Il1L'Il1lJCI'S are juniors and scniors majoring in husinvss oclucution who mcvt tho scholarship rvquirvincnts . . orgnnizm-cl for lC3ClN'I'S of husincss and commerce. 180 MEMBERS First Row: Dr. Lowrey, Measells, Jones, Price, Burch, Dr. Walker. Second Row: Pittman, Morgan, York, Strong, Geiger, Farrish. Third Row: Harper, Vinnedge, Evans, Thomas, Hicks, Akers, Kirkland. Not Pictured: Dr. Cook, Dr. Shands, Dr. Davis, Dr, Fortune, Mr. Palmer. OFFICERS BILL CORLEY .... ............. ...... P 7 exident DALTON BURCH . . . .......... Vice-President JIMMY PRICE . . . .... Secretary and Treasurer GLEN JONES ... ..,..............,... Reporter BOB MEASELLS ..... .... S tudent Council Representative DR. R. G. LOWREY .... ...................... S ,bonsai Limited to a small per cent of total male students and faculty members . . . Organized in 1942 for the purpose of recognizing young men who are outstand- ing in all phases of college activities . . . its members have made notable achieve- ments in such fields as scholarship, athletics, leadership, and extra-curricular activities. 181 PI TAU WESLEY FO NDATIO The Wesley Foundation is the association of Methodist students on the carn- pus . . . meetings are held weekly in the i'Upper Roomw on the second Hoor of the Science building . . . the Wesley Foundation has as its ultimate goals fellow- ship, deeper understanding of the Christian faith and perpetuation of the word of Jesus Christ. OFFICERS MAXINE HATCHER .... .............. .... P r esident I COUNCIL MEMBERS Front: Margaret Skcllie, Virginia Segrest, Billy Wlicker, Laura Ann Wilbur, Carol Mobley, Jane Shumaker, Janice Nelson. Standing: Maxine Hatcher. Back: Bob Flurry, jack Williamson, Faye Grifhn, Elizabeth Alsworth. Rev. Sam Barelield. 182 MEMBERS Front: Virginia Toelke, Christine Wing, Adele Russell, Sue Carrol Freeman, Leslie Slay, Dot Westmoreland. Back: Jean Kennedy, Evelyn Walker, William Turner, Joy Turman, Ann Hampton Ray, Betty Chain. OFFICERS JOY TURNIAN ...... ....... P resident EVELYN WALKER .... .... V ice-President BOB CURRIE ...... ..... S ecretrlfy VIRGINIA TOELKE . . ........................ Editor BEN WILKINSON . .. .... Student Council Relireserztatizfe A member of the state Westminster Fellowship Organization . . . a group ol' Southern Presbyterian Church students . . . proposes to foster fellowship for Presbyterian students . . . represents Southern in State Westminster Fellowship Conference . . . aids in bringing Christian ideals to the Campus, Z? 29' ,Z as I ' 1' l Z f, it it 183 MEMBERS First Row: Chain, Crosby, Traylor, Brown, Dees, Ivy. Second Row: Coston, Robinson, Simmons, Hoda, Turman, Kemper, Collins, S 8 2 Miss Davis. Third Row: Stevenson, Williams, Chafhn, Simmons, Dunn, Oswalt, Hoskins, VVeathersbv. OFFICERS BETTY LOU COSTON .... ............. ....... P I 'esident JO CHAFFIN ......... ........,.. V ice-President IVIARTHA TRAYLOR . . . .... S ecre tary and Trezzszlrer SUE MYERS ........ .... I ntmmuml flfimmger ANN DAVIS .... ... . ,..Spon5or Organized at M.S.C. during the fall of 1948 . . . composed of girls who are interested in recreation and athletics . , . importance of good sportsmanship is stressed . . . while participating in a sport and while watching a sport member try to live up to the standards of good conduct . . . sponsors intramural sports and basketball games with the women faculty members as opponents . . . 184 A Baptist organization that trains 1ts members in the evangelical work of the church fosters the promotion of interest among young women of col- lege age in the projects of the church , it proposes to offer spiritual enlighten- ment to the members and prepare them for active parts in church activity, OFFICERS GLANIECE MCCARTY ..... ...,.. P resident BETTY DAVIS . . . Vice-President MEMBERS .Secretary .Treasurer . .Program . .Program Devotional . . . .Social Misxionary Sitting Gordean Cockerham Glaniece McCarty, Margaret Gooch, Doris Park- er Barbara Huff Celeste Ward Nancy McGrew, Dot Williams. Standing Efhe Phillips Billie Murry Edna Earl Edwards, Margaret McKin- ney Faye White Martha Nell jones Eugenia Howell, Marvene Adcock. l. f rf 5 Q sf -W f s 'Q ' f -.fr 1 Qu' i 28 .sa MWF 'fl 'iff iggwig MM 'glff lrffl? ,ff xx., CLINTON: I-unsen CQ 91100852 rr rn un, I' 1 ,-X, N, K keg, V 3 f+-NF V Q 'S U9 "' ..1 219 .Maw 3 .Q "" 'ffydwfgigvq m 4 -A .,, , ., - 'V . ,I '7?.'l5w0n , .X --a Y +- gI..Q?'T A J, ,Y ':"' EQ, 2 Eff rig? f w Iggy . Z 'A Q 4: Mi- 4-Qbfzgs ...isfqf ' H-4 gm? M in if 1 4, .,f!'? an 3715 Q? 'ff f 54 Ye. 2 Spwx MW . wif-- -VLSPEM L I Wa? if ' Y it W ff? NM . , . X. av , Q ,MQ VM ,,. X. tl . ' , MJ- . . H 1 CANT BELI VE IT .' A dv" 4-in -fb 27' kAPp xx 'sgwxghf J lu 2 r-F 4 N x 1 . Q-N up 7??QQMA5 ,, ,Q 'xg qw 4 MONTH E Q ? 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S J R E rl' MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE STATION A, I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Member of: The American AssociaTion of CoIIeges The SouThern AssociaTion of Colleges and Secondary Schools The American AssociaTion of Colleges Tor Teacher EcIucaTion The American AssociaTion of Urban UniversiTies The NaTionaI AssociaTion of SchooIs of Music The NaTionaI AccrediTing Commission The American Council on EducaTion LOCATION:.Mississippi SouThern College is in The cenTer oT SouTh Mississippi, convenienTIy IocaTed aImosT equidisTanT Trom Jackson, Meridian, C-5uITporT and Mc- Comb. The buiIdings are new, and modern in a beauTiTuI seTTing, wiTh pine Trees, waTer oaks, azaleas, camelliais, a sunken garden, and a TropicaI Iagoon. DIVISIONS OF THE COLLEGE: Our diTTerenT divisions are BioIogicaI Science, Com- merce, EducaTion, Psychology, Eine ArTs, I-IeaITh and Physical EducaTion, Home Economics, Language and LiTeraTure, MiIiTary Science and TacTics, Physical Sciences and MaThemaTics, PracTicaI ArTs, Social STudies, and Speech ArTs. COURSES OF INSTRUCTION: Courses Ieading To The B.S, and B.A. degrees and The M.A. degree in EducaTion and The M.M. degree are oTTered. Courses are oTTered in EducaTion oT Teachers, Science and MaThemaTics, I-Iome Economics, Speech and DramaTic ArTs, Geography and GeoIogy, Music and ArT, Commerce and Business, SociaI STudies, I-IeaITh and Physical EducaTion, Languages, English, Journalism, Indus- TriaI ArTs, ConservaTion and NaTure STudy, Library Science, Pre-Law, Pre-Engineer- ing, Pre-Medicine, and MedicaI Technician. RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: ConcreTe Tennis courTs, a swimming pool, a nine-hoIe goIT course, a TieId house and gymnasium, an air condiTioned Iibrary, Tours To New OrIeans, deep sea Tishing on The coasT, IecTures 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 oT work by enroIIing The IasT six weeks oT The Spring OuarTer and conTinuing Through The Summer OuarTer, Courses in The eIemenTary and secondary TieIds and C5raduaTe work will be oTTered To boTh Teachers and adminisTraTors, A Reading Clinic and many oTher workshops and conTerences wiII be held during The Summer OuarTer. F... ,L W .E I :L me - F A CHALLENGE i.. We again challenge Ihe sludenls of Mississippi Soulhern College and Ihe readers of 'fhis Annual Io read 'rhe Declara J I 1 foward banlrruplcy, collectivism and socialism, Urge our represenlalives al Washinglon 'ro lake a loolr a+ what is hap 4 pening in England under The leadership of Ihe lale "labor sociaIis+ic" governmenl, and remind our represenfafives Thar if Thi I f I es h re o 'rh i MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY L. E. FAULKNER, Presidenl I 5,000,000 new and used boolcs A COLLEGE-HIGH SCHOOL-ELEMENTARY I WILCOX-FOLLETT COMPANY 3 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS I serving +he Mississippi Soulhern College Book S'rore , A Buying and Selling TexI's and References Since I872 MCARTHUR ci-IEVRQLET COMPANY I I I i Z I I I Is I I I l f ii ii fr If I I, E Ee fe FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION EY, SALES fc'-lEVRQ.LET f SERVICE ""7 - "- PHONE 2000 "You're ahead all Ihe way wi+h ChevroIeI"' 306-3I8 E. Pine Nighl Phone I500 l I I in f r I H 'v I A . I I I f 3 'non of Independence and fhe Federal Consfiluhon wilh :Is Bill of Righls ai Ieasl once a year, and wrife your Senafors and Congressmen a+ Ieasl Iwice a year urging Ihem Io make whalever sacrifice is necessary Ieven at Ihe expense of ,Q polifical expediencyl in an eltlorl Io slop Ihis greal nafion of ours on ils presenl course down the road To Ihe left na ion o ours con inu I e p senl c urse To e same desiinarion There will be no Uncle Sarn ro donate five or sir billion dollars Io prolong The life of a socialislic governmeni HI-ITTIESBURG HARDWARE STURE lfll" lAl' Everyihing in HARDWARE AND GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 3OO Moblle SI Phone 366 367 I-IATTIESBURC5 MISSISSIPPI Y F dIyFdDI BARRON MOTCR CCJMPAN Y Aufhorized . S I S lull-I dysf Ph 2681 I-IH b g M pp u NATURAL GAS me purpoae gaze! COOKING - HEATING - WATER HEATING - REFRIGERATION WILLMUT GAS AND OIL COMPANY DOMESTIC - COMMERCIAL -INDUSTRIAL I-IATTIESBURG MISSISSIPPI CALL ON COMPLIMENTS Builders Supply Company OF "Building Supplies from iiie ground up" owi DRUG co COMPLIMENTS oi: 1 FAULKNER CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY PERSONAL FINANCING Mon+I1Iy Repaymenf WHITE SYSTEM or HATTIESBURG, Inc. COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN CLEANERS Owner Phone 246 W' Pme SI 2708 Hardy S+ree+ Phone I873 coMPLlMENTs ' ' QF LHATTIESBURG. Miss. MEN'S WEAR PRAYTORS CLEANERS "your campus cIeaners" I I4 Wesf Fronf Sfreer THIS BOOK DESIGNED AND PRINTED BENSON PRINTING CO. cow1PL1MENrS SAUCIER'S QF GULF SERVICE STATION 2604 I-Iardy Sfreelr Phone 2520 CO' Washing-PoIisI1ing-Waxing Gulf Iubricafion-gasoline-moior oil HATTIESBURG A Complefe Line of Auro Accessories A PersonaI Service Thar Sarisiies TIPPS TOOL CO., INC. COMPLIMENTS . 24 I-Iour Service OE EIec+ric Molor Repair welding machine worlc CO SI'eeI Cons'rruc+ion wire rope mud 8: cemen+ Opposile MSC Phone ISBI phone 2378 Wes? Commerce Laurel, Miss. Ph.D. of Aufomobiles HI-ITTIESBURC CRO. C0. 1 'Q 2 LYONS AUTO SERVICE fealuring Bear Fronf End Alignmenl' Body and Painl Worlcs and Mofor Tune-up 9 College Service Cenler Phone 26l I mv COMPLIMENTS OF COI-APLIMENTS OE BARNES SEED AND FEED CO. "The Seediesl' Place in Town" Fresh Tes'red Seed QUAKER OATS-FUL-O-PEP FEED Ferlilizers, elc. Telephone 840 302 Second Slree-I I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI ELECTRIC APPLIANCE C0. 546 Cenlral Avenue Phone 3693 LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI W,M,TITTLE,Manaq1or 2IO-2I4 MARKET ST. PHONE 972 QQMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS Qi: OF GULF STATES CIGAR AND TOBACCO COMPANY O WH LEM DRUG sToRE Cigars, Tobacco, Candy, and Sundries Phone 4I HATTIESBUR6, MISS. i i i i i n i i I V i i i i 1 i I i 1 i i i i n r i i i r I I 1 i i-- la Re reshed . . . Have A Coke ,. C .- af Before the game, during the game cold Coca-Cola is so refreshing. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-C0lA COMPANY BY HATTIESBURG COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. HATTIESBURG, Miss. ,ro oalw Pt Z , The pick of India's famous Darieeling gardens. If you cannot purchase this in your home town- ite us-P.O. Box J. S., Chicago C901 f after the game, a frosty bottle of ice- Soufherng Supporfera EURE MAYTAG SCOTT'S STORES LOVE DRUG COMPANY E. R. MOORE COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF Beverly Drive-In Theatre "The Family FavoriI'e" THE LEWIS FOOD STORES Phone I74I Highway 49 Sourh D SIL? SUNDSIYISPDIIISINERS LUMBER COMPANY A COMPLIMENTS YELLOW PINE AND OF HARDWOOD WiIson's French Restaurant IOn Ciry Bus LineI Phone 52 PETAL, MISSISSIPPI IZOI Bouie SIreeI I-Iiqhway I I, Norrh rowing . . . MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE Where your Fashion cIoIIars musI' make sense LI NGERIE-SPORTSWEAR-DRESSES-COATS-SUITS-SHOES-ACCESSORI ES Second Floor ' S A 7 ' Open a Convenieni Ready-fo-wear SIMS Charge Accounf -Lies-1: -Q1 - .-5'-I I- f ,V COI'll,9Al'Yl en 7. Hattiesburg's Quality Department Store RYAN SUPPLY COMPANY . . . midfriguforri . . . AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND EQUIPMENT GAS AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCES JACKSON - I-IATTIESBURG - MERIDIAN COMPLIMENTS OF CITIZENS BANK OF HATTIESBURG, MISS. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM BEST WISI-IES FROM Mcl N NIS' MEN's WEAR Main a+ Pine Phone 3006 Ufi -il IK ' HMM HATTIESBURG CREAMERIES COMPLIMENTS HUB CITY oFFIcE SUPPLY co. OF ROYAL TYPEWRITERS STANDARD DRUG A.B. DICK Mlmeoe-RAPHS STQRE, LTD, 2I8 Wesi Pine Sireei Phone 3380 bw Main Sheef Phone H WHEN IN LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI: Visii CARTER-H EIDE LaureI's Qualify Depar'rmen+ SI'ore GENERAL DISTRIBUTING C0. Disfribuior of Producfs of TOM HOUSTON PEANUT CO. Tom's Toasfed Peanuis Tom's Peanuf BuHer Sandwiches Tom's Delicious Candies P.O. Box 272 HaI+iesburg, Mis I he lgirkmirk Has Never fed a failing sI'uden+ COMPLIMENTS OF SHELBY WHOLESALE GROCERY, INC. "Home of GiIsIer's Besi' FIower" 403 EAST FRONT ST. FARRIOR MOTOR CO. BETTER BUY BUICK Phone 322 and 466 400 W. Pine SI, I-Iafiiesburg, Mis KIRKWOOD FURNITURE STORE "The Couri' House Is Nexi' fo Us" COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Our 25+h Year Telephone I847 Main SIreeI If I GEIGER PRINTING X: DFFICE COMPLIMENIS SUPPLY CDMPI-INY OF "Every+hing for 'rhe Office" A Geiger Bidg. Phone 2588 I'I I I"IT COLLEGE EG S GREETINGS TEXACO SERVICE 24 hour service PRQM WASHING-POLISHING-LUBRICATION TIRES-TUBES-BATTERIES LAUREL LEADER CALL Road Service LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI By Pass Sf I-Iardy S+. Phone 4OI The Mosf CompIe+e DeparI'men+ COMPLIMEIXIIS Sfore In SouI'h Mississippi OF SEARS S H ROEBUCK AND COMPANY I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Serving Soulrh Mississippi since l895 FIRST NATIONAL BANK HATTIESBURG, MISS. Member Federal Deposif Insurance Corp. A . . sr IL K, 5 I-, rs. I 5, IL if. I be I F79 s I I I" I I I I I I I I W I' I- I 'IS L E, I I SHEET MUSIC TEACHING MATERIAL MUSIC ACCESSORIES ROSEBERRY PIANO HOUSE BUCK WEATHERS NASH Fair Dealing Always Telephone 3663 FeaI'uring The Na'rions Fines'r Pianos SPINETS-GRANDS-UPRIGHTS SIO E. Pine S'rreeI Haflriesburg, Miss I34 E. Fronf S+. HaIIiesburg Try Our Delicious SANDWPHE5 CoMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS THE OF 0 FINE FOODS 0 GOOD . PREHSFE WALNUT STREET SERVICE Can PHARMACY "Across From Demon School" 3000 HARDY ST. PHONE 93I3 QUALITY APPLIANCES COMPLIMEIXITS OF FOWLER BUTANE GAS CO., INC. HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI I I3 Newman SIree+ Phone 2362 THE DIAMOND SHOP Eorresl HoIeI Building Ha+'riesburg's Iarges+ crecIi+ Jeweler COMPLIMENTS OF BOB WALLER'S STUDIO Official Beau'ry PI1o+ograpI1er for I95I SOUTHERNER Telephone 4OI6 Halliesburq, Miss. FORREST MOTOR CO DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS DODGE PASSENGER CARS PLYMOUTH PASSENGER CARS 4IO Wesl Pine Slreel HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI II I WHEN SHOPPING in HATTIESBURG YOUR HEADQUARTERS IIIISI FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI A MuIuaI Savings and Home Finance InsI'iI'uI'ion Serving over 8,000 peopIe Your Friendship and Your Paironage WIMPY'S 'TIne Hearr of +I1e Sou'rI1ern Campus' SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO SI0.000 BY THE FederaI Saving and Loan Associa+ion Corpora+ion, and Ins+rumen'raIi+y of I'I1e U. S. Governmeni Sou Qfll if .STll0l00l"fQI'5 MRS. HARDY'S DINING ROOM ROLLING'S JEWELRY COMPANY COMMERCIAL STATIONERY COMPANY DUKE'S MEN'S WEAR COMPLIMENTS OF MASONITE CORPORATION SI6 I8 Forresf STreeT T I 426 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF REUANCE I-IATTIESBURG BGTTLING MANUFACTURING CO. QQMPANY Dixie Fadory DR PEPPERhf7rEl3cIijTgTSAI:GE CRUSH HATTIESBURG MISSISSIPPI I-IAIIIESBURG MISSISSIPPI c ll Ph 2857 --The em SIQPSP Your BROADWAY DRIVE-IN THEATRE JUZELRY Hgh ay ,, SOM of Hamesb Q HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI COMPLIMENTS BEST WISHES OF FROM HUB REFRIGERATION COMPANY THE BUSINESS STAFF OF HATTIESBURC5, MISSISSIPPI I952 SOUTHERNER BEST WISHES PROM THE ENTIRE STAFF OF THE T952 SOUTHERNER ..!4LLt0gl'Cl,l9 5 .AM f09l"CLl9Af5 vyi- , 'nl I I 1 W fi L 5 Y, 1 . w 1, A 'I li' 1 + V T a ' . 4 1 J ' W 1 1 v"'. , I ! J ' '..,4.-... - - !


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