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

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"Z f , ':f::',3, .- N I737:EQ5 ,591 ,f 2 lil -Fx 714:- :A :bg 4 .1333 -- :4 I' .X 'fi:f5'i5A , ,..1 V , N ' -if?-3fif'L5T?Gr.: 31.1-4, -' ' 032' ra 'iff f1f',,',Q , ,Q FE, . iflifq' , ,. f. 2? 14Qz2ff?gr A'Q?iF3,SQF'f-A ' flTio'."'f'-.' , ,- All-. 5qrFiYQV,J.. F K A5Hf'f,?f11f'- - V " ' V' A 'E'-'l'1:, . .IQ ,IQ r, .-,-41:75 . 1 .?TF' K, V-f':'1--4 ' - .N-, ,wr 1-.--Q 5,-i . , 4,1 -S k wr--,-p.g , "'.-1.16-'L3..,f:.X1.,, NHKVE akxx Ci' V 3? aww? ' ' 1 XM. EW V9 'f'ii:,::s ,g ER .rl Mk x WTA?-s. k J, I s l I kk Wi! SXSW XE ME Mk F GIIVERNUR HUGH I. WHITE Dear Friend s. If is a dislincf honor lo have 'rhis opporlunily lhrough The I953 edifion of 'lhe SOUTHERNER io greel Ihe sludenl body of Mississippi Soufhern College. Mississippi Soufhern enioys an academic slanding among colleges of lhe nafion which should malre each of you proud fo be carried on ifs rolls. Ils phenomenal progress in receni years, ifs increased enrollmenf, and The healfhy compefifive spirif shown by bofh sfudenfs and facully are a lribule fo fhe able leadership and sincere inferesl of everyone associaied wilh Ihis splendid insliluiion. "Mississippians" are proud of Mississippi Souihern College, and we are proud of our sons and daughiers who are seelring +he Training which will malre Ihem The fufure leaders of 'Ihis greal and growing commonwealfh. May I ialre fhis opporlunily fo congrafulale each and every one of you upon This occasion whefher you are a member of lhe freshman class or whelher you are leaving 'rhese halls of learning Io launch upon careers. If is my hope Ihal you may find a proiifable and happy assignment in Mississippi and help carry oul' fhe developmenf of lhis slale. Buf, if desliny should diclale a more dislanl land, we Irnow +ha+ you will carry wilh you a maior share in Mississippi which we hope will malre you a lifelong boosler. BIIARIJ IIE TRUSTEES CHARLES FAIR . . . . . Louisville J. W. BACKSTROM, Presidenl . . . . Leakesville H. G. CARPENTER . . . . . Rolling Fork R. D. MCLENDON ....... . . Poplarville R. W. REED .... .... T upelo J. O. EMMERICH . . . . . McComb R, B. SMITH, JR ....... . . . Ripley R. N. HENLEY .... . . Macon PAUL H. BOWDRE ...... . . Hernando H. M. IVY ........ . . . . Meridian MRS. JANIE RICE TAYLOR . . . . .Jackson MARTIN V. B. MILLER . . ....... Meridian R. D, MORROW ....... . . Brandon E. R. JOBE ....... . . Execulive Secrelary 16 r 2 ' ff 2 .1 5' 2 1? ll' Aw ,..,, AM, X.., ,mass had If is doubfful if ihe average Mississippi Soulhern College sfudeni appreciaies 'ihe many, many hours of lhoughl and foil which go inlo ihe malring of 'fhe SOUTHERNER. There is 'the broad plan of 'rhe boolr, ihe counfless problems involved in geHing piclures, 'ihe arf worlr, 'rhe adverlising, geHing 'rhe organizaiions and The alhlelic groups in line, and seleciing paper, inlr, binding maferial, and colors. Afrer rhis comes fhe firesome iaslr of reading proof, of geHing 'ihe engraving d d h laie evening worlr is required of ready, and many lasl' minuie deiails. Long ays an muc ihe ediiors and ihe business managers. This l952-53 SOUTHERNER, fherefore, represenfs more ihan iusi' a viewboolr. li represenis a pari of fhe imaginafion and rhe ingenuiiy of Edifor Damon Ball and Business Manager Meredifh Burch and is 'fheir fribule lo fhe spirir of Mississippi Soufhern College. Here you will lind memenfos of your friends and your college year. As lime goes by, 'lhis volume will grow increasingly valuable. I+ will become a companion and a friend in fufure years-a lraleidoscope, as if were, of alifcfionafe and happy days speni af Soufhern. Congraiulaiions, Damon and Meredifh, and fhanlrs from all of us for ihis worfhy 'fribuie io your Alma Maier! R. C. COOK, Presideni f M Wfgsfftfi ,W 4Q,,L.,W?:I,+ 1 s SIDENT AND MRS. R. C. CUUK , 17 .J-J' .4o4,L. L-nap..- 1' I' I - - . ...J-L. JU. J-.1L.li1a..vA.J mJ I. , . - ,. ,Q Fir, .. 3 I xl, UL. LLJJL1 .,...J.,.. . .--. .1. Q f.. Jug, . -.J 4... . .1.,' I,:.I.JJ.1J...S .. 4-5. 1. .J-J. ..,- ' 1 1' " own 5 L..'- I1. I ,JJ fL..fv.-.I.4.. I-JJ. . . .. 4 l'. RJ.. 1""'1" N..,,,s ff' Q-3? DR. R. A. McLEMORE DR. PORTER L. FORTUNE, JR. DR. W. H. SUMRALL B.A. M.A. MRS. LENA Y. GOUGH B.A., M.A. Dean of Women 'Y ' ..qvMP"f-' .....,I .-l,,l.LI M , , Ph.D. A.B., .A., Ph.D. B.S., M.A., Ph.D Dean of the College Assisfanf Dean of the College Dean of Graduale School THE BEANS MISS VIRGINIA I. FELDER A.B., M.A. Assisfanf Dean of Women J. ..,. Lk iv? I8 I ,E I - qv .1 x Nil. YY TD ' I . .. , -fu O. .. i -5 . .,iN I' T' f 4 . .... I .v .l ' ...Lv -J,-.aff Aff' N n., ' DR. JAMES R. SWITZER B.S., M.S., Ed.D, Dean of Sludenl Welfare and Dean of Men + 3 I-.J I .f-.J 'll' 2' f 5 bl 3.32: IJIVISIUN HEADS Firsi- Row: Second Row: J. R. JOHNSON ......... Exlension and School Service O. V. AUSTIN . ..,. Physical Science and Malhemalics B.S., LL.B., M.A., Ed.D A.B., M.A. ROY G. BIGELOW . . . ..... Educalion and Psychology BS, M,A., Ph D CLARENCE E. IVICCARVER ..... Heallh and Physical Educafion B.S., M.A., Ed.D. JAMES FREDERICK WALKER ..... .... . . Science A.B., Ms., Pho. 55- AB MA JOHN M. FRAZIER . ..... . . Praclical Arls B.S., M.A LEON A. WILBER . . ., . ., Ed.D. AB., MA., Ph.D. THOMAS DANIEL YOUNG ..... . ., Ph.D. , as MA BERTHA M. ERITZSCHE ........ . . Home Economics B.S., M.S., Ph .D, Nof Picfureclz Biological Sciences . . Speech Arfs . . Social Siudies . Language and Liferafure JOSEPH ARTHUR GREENE ...... . .Commerce FRANK EARL MARSH, JR ........ . .Fine Arfs A.B., M.A,, Ph D Ausfin, Bigelow, Finlayson, Frazier, Frifzsche, Greene, Johnson, McCarver, Walker, Welsch, Piciuredz Marsh. , EL-S.. L Mus. B., M.A. Wilber, Young. Noi' 1f2!?fX I , I Q HM XJ, . my .. f, if fl 3 v 'iv-' li .116 A xxx- SX W . 'T -was 1' ig ,,,i,3,k , .2 . 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Sevenlh Row: Limbaugh, Henley, Lollin, Lindsay, McKenzie, Ryan, Eiqhlh Row: Swilzer, Eelder. MARGARET SKELLIE . JAMIE TAYLOR . . NANCIE STUART . , . MARY LOU POWELL CHARLES WILLIAMSON JIMMY WEBB .. ,. MARGARET TEMPLE . . DOT MCMANUS . . DAVID LEE WALKER. HOWARD ELLZEY . MARY ANN LINDSAY BILLIE FRANCES FORD JACK VOLLMER . DORIS PARKER . , . JAMES FORTENBERRY JO ANN TAYLOR . . . DON BEARDEN , BOB STOREY MARY TOMBLIN . AL BIVENS . . . BOB HICKS . . WAYNE WOOD . . JAMES MQKENZIE . JO ANN RYAN . CHARLIE BRENT . ED AKERS . MILTON WHITE MEMBERS , , Alpha Lambda . Alpha Phi Omeqa . , Alpha Psi Omeqa . . Alpha Sigma Alpha . . .Alpha Tau Omega . . Baplisl Sludenl Union . . Canlerbury Club . . . . .Chi Omeqa . Chrislian Eederalion . .Clinic Dormilory . Della Della Della Della Siqma Epsilon . . . Della Siqma Pi . . Elemenlary Council . . Eorresl Counly Hall . . . . Erezhman Class Eulurp Teachers Ol America . . Golden Nole: . . Hallieslourq Hall Home Economics Club . lnlerlralernily Council . .,.. Junior Class . . Kappa Alpha . . Kappa Della Kappa Mu Epsilon . . Kappa Siqma , "M" Club JOYCE SAMPLES PAUL PADGETT . . MIKE HAAS ,... . ELIZABETH HELMER . JO ANN TREISCHMANN JIMMY WAITES ..... MARY GAIL HENLEY , . SHELBY COCHRAN . MARTHA NELL JONES BILLY MURFE. . . . MILDRED JANE BLACK. WILMER DILLARD , . BILL WILLIAMS ..., MARTHA COOLEY . . CAROLYN THOMPSON . JEANETTE HOGUE. . . JIMMY SMITH . . DAMON BALL . . . LILY LIMBAUGH . . . EMORY SCARBROUGH CLYMER WRIGHT. . KATHLEEN LOFLIN . ED MQRAE . . WALLACE ALLRED EVELYN MONTGOMERY KENNETH CURRY . . THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT 22 , Mississippi Hall . . . McMillan Hall . . . Newman Club Pan-Hellenic Council . . . Phi Della Rho . Phi Kappa Tau . . . Phi Mu . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Pi Kappa Della . . Pi Kappa Pi . , Pi OrneC1a Pi . . Psycholoqv Club , , . Senior Claes . , Senior Hall . . Sigma Alpha Ela Siqn1aSioma Sionna . Sophomore Class . Soulhernef Speech Arli Council . Sladium Dormilorv , . Sludenl Prinl: Wealhersbl' Hall Wesley Eoundalion , Weslmin-gler Fellowship I.'Voi'rwn'-' Studfnl Goxernrnenl AssOCialiOn Yvllpniailijl- The STudenT Council is The maior IegislaTive body oT The sTudenT govern- menT. The council is composed oT Tive eIecTed oTTicers, a represenTaTive eIecTed by each class, dormiTory, and organizaTion. IT is The responsibiIiTy oT The sTu- denT governmenT To seT iTs own policies, supervise all sTudenT acTiviTies, and allocafe The Tunds oT The organizaTion. AcTing as a sounding board Tor sTudenT opinion, This year's commiTTees worlced on problems concerning The caTeTeria, hospiTaI, campus sTreeTs, Mardi Gras holiday, and an enTire new sysTem oT sTudenT elecTions. STudenT governmenT leaders represenTed SouThern aT conTerences held aT The UniversiTies oT Mississippi and Miami. They were hosTs oT The Mississippi InTercoIIegiaTe Councils spring session. Dances sponsored by The sTudenT council TeaTu'red Ray AnThony and inf cluded The Sadie I-Iawlcins' Day Dance, BeauTy Ball, and several oThers Tollow- ing TooTbaII games. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL ED COOK . . .......... . . . . . PresidenT CLIFF THOMAS . . FirsT Vice-Presidenlr DOUG FERGUSON . . Second VicefPresidenT CAROLYN McDAV!D . . . . , . SecreTary WARREN FORTENBERRY . . .Treasurer DR. J. R. SWITZER . . . Advisor .Q fn 23 Top: Honey, you've had iT! CenTer: No cusTomers, Ed? BoTTom: Behind The scenes Seafedz ForTenberry, McDavid, Ferguson Standing: Cook, Thomas. .l f? E' L THE STUDENT PRINTZ The Sfudenf Priniz Sfaff Muller, Wrighf, Hicks EDITORIAL STAFF Clymer Wrighl, Execulive Edilorg Ouida Sean, Man- aging Edilorg Bill Kirkpalrick, Desk Edilor: Jerry Langford, Make-up Edilorg Roy Haines, News Edi- lor: Belly Ludlow, Edilorial Chielg Marion Trikosko, Piclure Edilor: Bob Marlell, Sporls Edilofi Lorena Magee, Sociely Edilorg Elizabelh Bennell, Fealure Edilor. Assislanl Edifors: Marjorie Carroll, Virginia Bradley, Carol Demy, Belly Granlham, Roy Haines Phil Lombardo, Georgene Goelhals, Ann Horne, Jo Ellen King, Joyce Samples, Deedy Sellers, C. E. Hawkins, Frank Moss, and Ann Wesl. Reporlers: Chloe Callery, Jimmy Leeson, Joyce Lewis, Millon McDonald, Wayne Price, Jo Ann Slewarl, William Temple, Sandra Lee, Jo Jo Pillman, Frances Hillon, and Jean Sumrall. Cub Reporlers: Jack Bing, Bar- bara Johnson, David Maddox, Jimmy McLain, Jack Sarphie, Joan Courlney, Jean Terry, and Mary Lou Rouse. MARION TRIKOSKO Pholographer BUSINESS STAFF Bob Hicks, Business Manager: Willy Wyall, Assislanl Business Manager: Bill Bass, Mike Haas, Adverlis- ing Managers: Calherine Hagerman, Circulalion Manager. , IT . xx L 'N 1, I . J I I .K I' s-D-.J W., ,Y ,Q-E-sm , ',Jwf?ii i 1, Q. X M X l i I i ' A Top: Mr. Leo Muller presenls Glen Jones, Execulive Edilor of l95I-52 Sludenl Prinlz, lhe "All-American" Award. Above: Lombardo and Samples leam up. Wilh "Pxll-Americanl' and "Medalisl" slill ringing in lheir ears, The Sludenl Prinlz has kepl lhe good work up lhis year. Under lhe advisorship ol Mr. Leo Muller, Execulive Edilor Clymer Wrighl and Business Manager Bob Hicks have conspired lo presenl lhe besl possible paper lo lhe sludenls. Regardless ol lhe lacl lhal no paper can please all ol lhe sludenls every issue, lhe Sludenl Prinlz has presenled obieclive, imparlial opin- ions and reporls wilh amazing consislency. And besides giving sludenls a weekly capsule ol campus lile, lhe paper has been an exlensive good-will ambassador lor lhe school in general. Few sludenls realize lhe long, weary hours lhal go inlo each issue. So lo lhe execulives and slall members who have worked lirelessly and ollen lhanklessly, we say Hlhank you, gang, lor lhe Sludenl Prinlz-Cen lainly, an "All-American" paper, 25 up-qannuunvw'-H' 5 E l -'H-. ,li-.,, --r?l'2g'::!' s A E The l953 SOUTHERNER s+aFF. The Theme ol The I953 SOUTHERNER is a guainr lirlle characrer lcnown as General Nar. lr is hoped 'rhar you will lilce him. l-le was named in honor of General Nalhan Bedford Forresl, a lamous Conlederale general who loughl considerably in Mississippi during Jrhe Civil War. No doubl, he is already lamiliar lo you for his courageous deeds and such fabulous remarls as, Mlhe lirslesl wirh Jrhe mosleslf' l-le is indeed a "Sou+herner" in Jrhe Jrruesr sense ol lhe word and sincerely wishes lo be accepred by you as one here ar Soulhern. Allhough his age is a bil more lhan Thar ol rhe average sludenr, he is slill a spry old guy wirh guile a repuralion for his courring, dancing, alhlelic, and academic abililies. Then loo, he is a general and nol a "Colonel" THE SUUTHERNER W. Hawes, represenfafive of Colonna Sluclios. 5 f' 9 3: X? rr Y Q f 'X 4 - i IN EDITORIAL BILLY SIMMONS . . DAMON BALL . BOB MOORE . DAVIS SMITH . CHUCK ROHE JOYCE MAGEE CHARLES DAWS MARTHA NELL JONES JACKIE MUELLER . PATSY FELSHER . SUE DEES ANN HASSELL DOT McMANUS HELEN USHER . DIXIE VALE . . JUNE COLLIER . BETTY SUE DUDNEY . CHARLES THOMAS JO ELLEN KING . . JO ANN RYAN . p . MARION TRIKOSKO . , WINFRIED MONCRIEF . J. T. PALMER .... Allred, Burch, Reynolds STAFF . . . . . .EdiTor , AssisTanT EdiTor . ArT IEdiTor . SporTs EdiTor . SporTs EdiTor . Greek EdiTor . Greek EdiTor OrganizaTIon EdiToi . . FeaTure EdiTor . FeaTure EdiTor . . Class EdiTor . Class EdiTor . Class EdiTor . Class EdiToi . Class EdiTor . . Class EdiTor . , Class EdiTor . Class EdiTor . Class EdiToi . Class IfdiTor . . . PhoTographer . . PhoTographer . . FacuITv Advisor 5' . 3 T, J QC? BUSINESS STAFF ,Q ' XJ r MEREDITI-I BURCH .... Business Manager WALLACE ALLRED . AssT. Business Manager DALTON BURCH . .AssT. Business Manager FRANK REYNOLDS .AssT. Business Manager J. T. PALMER . . FacuITy Advisor Q. Burch, Palmer, Ball In preparing The I953 SOUTHERNER, The sTaTT and I have done our uTmosT To assemble Tor you a saTisTacTory picToraI survey oT The I952-53 session. All oT The work ThaT has gone inTo This book has been done wiTh one Tinal obiecTive in mind-ThaT oT pleasing you, The sTudenTs oT Mississippi SouThern College. IT is my sincere hope ThaT our work has noT been done in vain. IT would be impossible Tor me To Thank here all oT The individuals who have made This publicaTion possible, because They include noT only The sTaTT members buT also each and every sTudenT and TacuITy member. How- ever, I would like To exTend my hearTiesT Thanks Tor your cooperaTion, paTience, inTeresT, and, yes, even your criTicism, WiThouT These, I would noT have had The incenTive To puT TorTh my besT eTTorT in preparing The I953 SOUTHERNER. I hope you will always Treasure This book and The mem- ories iT conTains. DAMON BALL, EoliTor Smifh, Rohe Simmons, Jones Moore, Magee 119 Sealed: Evelyn Monlgomery, Deon Dunn. Sfanding: Laura Ann Wiber, Barbara Lenaz, Joanne Welsh. OFFICERS ERSVINE HAVENS . . .Pre-sidenl SONNY JOHNSTON . . .Vice-Presidenl LOUIS OWENS ,,... Secrelary-Treasurer KEN CURRY . Sludenl Council Represenlalivo The Yellow Jaclcels is an lnonorary men's serv- ice orqanizalion formed by llwe social lralerni- lies and ilrie sludenl council 'ro acl as sludeni lwosls of campus quesls and io assume respon- sibilily lor promoling line college liadilions ol lriendliness, sclnool loyally, and sludenl respon- sibilily.Tl'1e Yellow Jaclrels assisl in llwe orienla- li f". n oi lreelime-n and ol lransler sludenls and also sponsor freshman day. YELLOW JACKETS 'ws 'E i l"",' , l i T he -a l 0 ' , y 3 ,,"'-., . , 5, T ' 6 , I lf' --rr 2 lf B OFFICERS Evemy Monreomcrey L . . , , .Presidenr DEON DUNN ...... Eirsr Vice-Rresideril JOANNE WELSH . . . .Second Vice-Presidenl LAURA ANN WILBER .,...,. Secrelary BARBARA LENAZ ,... . .Treasurer DEAN LENA Y. OOUOH . . .Advisor MEMBERS Marilwa Cooley Joyce- Samples Yuba l-lendriclcs Oeorgene Goellnals Mary Tomblin Kalbleen Lollin Jeannie Rayburn Zaidee Webb Every woman who enrolls al Mississippi Soullierr aulomalically becomes a member oi Women's Slu- denl Oovernmenl Associalion. ll is an organizarion cooperaling willn line- iacully and adrninislralion in crealinq and mainlaining liiglw ideals. The purpose of W.S.O.A. is lo mainlain wlnole- some condilions and relalionsliips among The wom- en siudenls oi Soullnernq lo lurllwer a sense of in- dividual responsibililyg lo srimulale' and develop democracy and qood cilizenslnip, and lo be a me- dium wlnereby llwe liigln siandards and ideals oi Soulliern may be uplweld. Sealed: Erskine Havens, Slan Hoey, Sonny Johnslon, Ken Curry. Sfanding: Jimmy Owens, Mac Baker, Spud Brad- ley, Meredifh Burch, Sieve Fazio. Noi Picfured: Bill Delk, Roger Heilzman, Louis Owens, Joe Bob Murray, Johnny Shorf, George Powell, Eddie Sfarr. Rf be ' c 3 fi? T S1 G' LP I A eff XL X fn' I l 28 - 4-. ax hm,-A '--? GRN, 9- PY: 4 .5 J 4 N CHEERLEADERS The cheerleaders oT l952-53 were said To have ouTdone The performances oT any such group in The hisTory oT SouThern. They held numerous pep rallies in coopes- aTion wiTh The Yellow JaclceTs and band. Once or Twice There were only a handTul oT sTudenTs aT These rallies, buT This didn'T dampen Their spiriTs. Wherever The Team wenT, The cheerleaders did also-even To El Paso. They were always There To help give The Team ThaT liTTle exTra push, hif- Ting iT wiTh a "greaT exuberance." To Phyllis, Jerry, Joyce,.Kay, Wallace, Buddy, Jimmy, and lvlerle, we say Thanks Tor your Tireless eTTorTs and congraTulaTions on a mosT magniTicenT perTormance ThroughouT The year. ghfairlgf iiolflgiihinliqi1llffeiin'Pf5llEilis',YnRs'is1Eiigilffill' hilzjiil finband. s econ d Row: Dr. T. B. Cowan, Wilmer Dillard, Dr. J. Glenn Blackburn, Mr. EarnesT Price, Rev. Riley Munday. Phyllis Ivy, Wallace Maiors, Jerry Stevenson, Buddy Klein, head cheerleader, Jimmy Beech, Joyce Jami- son, Merle Green, Kay Coker, DAVID LEE WALKER , . . Chairman MARGARET SKELLIE . . . Chairrna "Religious Emphasis Weelcfl says Dr. Coolc, "is The mosT imporTanT evenT in our calendar during each academic year." "IT is a Time seT aside Tor The enTire campus-sTudenTs, TaculTy, sTaTT -To sTress religion and The viTal role iT plays in all oT our lives." Wifh The assisTance oT The naTional UniversiTv ChrisTian Mission, The mem. bers OT The CommiTTee oT One l'lundrecl presenTed in January a well-rounded program oT religious emphasis wITh eigl'T ouTsTandirlg spealcers appearing Tor a weel4 in classrooms, chapel services, seminars, local churches and clubs, and aT bull sessions in TraTerniTy houses an-l dormiTories. . .WEEK N 4 Cadre: L+. Col, Finlayson. Cami. Woodruff. S Maier Knapp, M Sqf. Rogers, Sfc. Garner, Sfc. Ginn. Noi Picfured: Capt Thursfon. ROTC PRUGRAM -.navy-"4 ' N, Hip, 2. 3. 4-H Baiialion Sponsor Joyce Samples and "Brass" 30 fs cwwwmwcq S lnspecTion of arms Passing in review Upon seeing The precise marching and me'Ticulous dress oT SouThern's Reserve OTTicers' Training Corps, a visiTor To our cam- pus remarlced, "ln my esTimaTion, your ROTC uniT is one oT The besT in The naTion, and I have seen a loT oT Them. You should be very proud oT iT." Perhaps This visiTor did noT realize ThaT SouThern STudenTs do have much admiraTion Tor The men in ROTC and Their commander, LT. Col. T-Tarrison Finlayson, and his sTaTT. The repuTa- Tion They have made and mainTained in The pasT Three years is an enviable one. An ArTillery UniT, Reserve OTTicers' Training Corps, was acTi- vaTed in July, I95O, aT SouThern. lTs primary obie'cTive was To pro- vide sysTemaTic miliTary Training Tor The purpose oT qualiTyinq see lecTed sTudenTs as reserve oTTicers. To obTain This obiecTive, meh- ods designed To TiT men physically, menTally, and morally Tor pur- suiTs oT peace as well as pursuiTs oT war, were employed. ln l95O-5l, cadeTs enrolled in ROTC numbered I7O. The Tollow- ing year, enrollmenT increased To 232. ThirTy cadeTs aTTended ROTC summer camp Tor six weelcs during The summer oT T952 aT ForT Sill, Olflahoma. There were ThirTy graduaTes oT ROTC in I952. OT This number, Tour became commisssioned in The' regular army. DisTinquished MiliTary STudenTs selecTed during The T951-52 school year were Jimmy Brashier, TolberT Daniels, Leroy STeve'nson, Horace Ryan, Rossie Rankin, Jim Roy Webb, and Bidwell Owens. RecipienTs oT The ouTsTanding cadeT awards were-: Thomas E. T-Tilley, senior: Leroy P. STevenson and Jim Roy Webb, iuniorsg William L. Sconiers and Jay W. Woodbeclc, sophomores, and ChesTer M. Baker, Treshman. For academic achie-vemenT in The senior class, Thomas E. WalTers was presenTed The ArTillery Award. An annual social aTTair oT ROTC is The MiliTary Ball aT which Time baTTalion and baTTery sponsors are announced. Joyce Samples was selecTed as baTTalion sponsor in I95I-52. Univ feiiiam gn-no 29- - V :, . jzlgigi ,,g,l,l,!. r,9.9..,:' l,l,g.'f,l Ls.,-sz DIRECTOR RAYMOND MANNONI X , DRUM MAJOR ANTI-IONY JIMINEZ A? 1 LJ. 'ful f THE BAND MEMBERS Piccolo, DoT Jones, Frances l-lilTon7 FluTe5, Leisa McNeely, Ann Bond, Mary Boggs, Karen l-lagenson: ClarineTs, Bill STrain, Samie E. Irving, ErnesT Gurman, Bill Ready, Richard Johnson, Harold l-lin- Ton, DoT Tullos, Billy Buikin, Carolyn Sue Wilkinson, Anne Labella, Jacob G, Thorn, Warren Fre'reT7 Oboes, Darol B, Varnado, Maurice SalvanT: Bassoons, Peggy Dubuisson, Benny Raclcard. Rose Parsons? AlTo ClarineT, John Davidson: Bass ClarineT, Bob Pilcherg AlTo Saxo- phones, CaTherine Bianca, lays MclnTyre, Leonard DuTT, William D. Creel, Judy Allen, RoberT Weillj Tenor Saxophones, Jimmy VV. Sims, Marvin McDonald: BariTone Saxophone, Raymond Marhersg French l-lorns, Tommy WhiTehead, Joe Price, ArThur Grimsley, Louise l-lead, Craig l-lankenson, Martha Boland, Be'TTy Boland: Cor- neTs, Tommy SenTer, Jimmy Morrison, KenneTh Saxon, Bernard Van Zandt Mary B. Nowell, Norman l-lolliday, Billy F. AlTordg 'l'rumpeTs, Charles Weiss, RoberT McKee: Trombones, Bob STorey, Ke-nT Sills, Bob ForTenberry, Adrian Dubuisson, Johnny McArThur, Ronnie Her- ringTon, Riley Collins: BariTones, ErnesT KirkpaTriclx, OTho GodTrey: Basses, Ed McRae, John W. Lewis, Fred L, Sauls, Wayne Milling? STring Basses, Ginger Cox, Jerry Quaveg Percussions, Bobby BasseTT, Arnie Sowden, PrenTice Bissell, lrene FulTon, Barbara Boyd, Marlcus Grant Bill PeTTey. The MSC Band of l952-53 had an ouTsTanding record oT service To The college and The sTaTe. lT lenT color and aTmosphere To aThleTic and communiTy evenTs, and .l:.Z..auw- also promoTed and enhanced The digniTy and repuTaTion oT The college. IT Tormed an inTegral parT oT college liTe and was recognized as one OT The largesT and besT in The naTion. WiThouT a doubT The l952-53 band sur- passed all oThers in SouThern's hisTory. DirecTor Ray- mond Mannoni is To be congraTulaTed Tor The band's brillianf perTormances and musical accomplishmenTs. For his Third year, Drum Major AnThony Jiminez exhibiTed The TalenT and leadership ThaT has made him well-lcnown ThroughouT The sTaTe and SouTh. Qinger Cox, Rosie Ann Slyfield, Peggy Dubuisson, Ann Lynch, Pat Harvey Sfephnie Underwood, DoT Tullos, Libby Wicker, Carolyn Sue Wilkinson Jessie Wynn Morgan, Frances l-lilTon, Eloise Calmes, Billie Jean Wilkinson Mary Brown Nowell. , 1 - 1 1 K . 4 1 1 4 I L l I 2. ff Q v 'M' " f J ' an ' S 1 .4 A 1 5 N' I 1 . ,A , .Q ,I ' v 2 Af! hi W ,M ,A A W" " A f 435 ' .,, Q' W ggi? ' w - 1' nf' 1 A .. ':xiA,alM,3, V 4 fl , A 5 N--4 g is 3 A I -.. 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A - A. .ff J AA x',b 1 I ' f 0 N,,,w 1 'K 57 A N . 1 ', , A ,,.A .,,,-- Z my-V SM,,-- f ' A, AAA. -AAA A I XA ' ' WNW W Y , 5,7 z ' x In ,ff : NA-A ' , MM,-x-X nW,,,,M,ME .A I Q f ,,,,-' A ,.,,--" ,,,...,uM'l 5 HATTIESBURG BHURAL UNIUN AND SINFUNIETTA The l-laTTiesburg Choral Union and SinTonieTTa is composed oT college sTudenTs and Townspeo- ple oT l-laTTiesburg and surrounding area. For The pasT TwenTy-Three years This group has annu- ally presenTed I-landel's "The Messiah" aT ChrisT- mas Time. ln addiTion, Tor The pasT several years, The group has presenTed anoTher greaT oraTorio during Fine fXrTs Weelc, which is held in April oT each year. Under The direcTion oT Mr. Frank Earl Marsh, Jr., They again exceeded expecTaTions This year. SUUTHERN SINGERS The magniTicenT perTormances oT The SouThern Singers, an organizaTion composed oT ouTsTand- ing young women singers, will Torever be remem- bered by The numerous audiences beTore which They perTormed. Their conTribuTion To SouThern's music deparTmenT was a valuable one. Firsi' Row: BeTTy Earle CraTT, Janice Nelscn, Jo Ann Trieschmann. Second Row: JaneT ScheTTler, MyrTle Jane Wingcr, Sue Freeland, Shirley BaTTy. Third Row: Lyn Smalling, Evelyn MonTgomery, NaTalie Langley, BeTTy Lou Prassel, Gwen Riley. Alma Sue Jaclson, Pianist FULK SINGERS Formerly lcnown as The Madrigallians, The Folle- singers is an organizaTion composed oT boTh oul- sTanding young men and young women. Their achievemenTs and success ThroughouT The year were indeed a complimenT and complemenT To our music deparTmenT. FirsT Row: Evelyn Bishop, Syble Thciinhill, Laura Arn Wri- ber, Frances Breeland, Conslance Bur-jh, Marga's'T Slellie. Second Row: Craig Flanlenson, Charles Paws, Ea'l Grauer, James Culberfsnn, James Mulholland. Trellis Case, Fianisl. BULLEGE-CUMMUNITY SYMPHUNY URBHESTRA Composed oT college TaculTy and sTudenTs plus ciTiz'ens oT l-laTTiesburg and surrounding area, The College-CornmuniTy Symphony Or- chesTra gave several ouTsTanding concerTs in ad- diTion To Their annual concerT during Fine ArTs Week. Their direcTor, Roger P. Phelps is To be congraTulaTed Tor his Tine worlc, ' S'TR IN G T RI 0 The STring Trio, composed oT TaculTy members, gives yearly concerTs and play Tor club rneeTings and oTher gaTherings. lndeed, They are a versa- Tile group. Their service To The college has been a valuable one. Lawrence Fisher, violin, Joseph l'luclr, piano, KaThe'rine Eide, cello. STRING UUARTETTE The STring QuarTeTTe has long been recog- nized as one oT The leading groups in SouThern's music deparTmenT. Bringing To music lovers The lcind oT music They desire has esTablished Tor Them an esTimable repuTaTion and wide acclaim. Lawrence Fisher, violing l-lelen JaneT McDonald, violin: Mildred Phelps, viola: KaTherine Eide, cello. 1 Firsf Row: Ann Thompson, Belly Earle Cralr, Sally Trieschmann, Marilyn Jo Jones, Conslance Burch, Jo Ann Trieschrnann, Gwen Riley, Margarel Slfellie, Fran Breeland, Laura Ann Wilber, Peggy Cooper, Carolyn Bovay, Mary Marlha hlemeler, Janice Neison. Second Row: Ernesline Balson, Janice Wideman, Geraldine Yawn, ,Alma Sue Jackson, Sue Freeland. Jane? Schelller, Joan Welsch, Ella Ginn, Virginia Vann, Syble Thornhill, Shirley Bally, Evelyn Bishop, Marianne Hayden, Mary l-lelen Moody, Beverly Mclnlyre. Third Row: Lyn Smalling, Nalalie Langley, Evelyn Monfgornery, Ben ny Rackard, Bill Srrain, Trelles Case, Charles Daws, Earl Grauer Jack Davis, Gene Bonelli, Lawrence Crews, Joe Price, Warren Frerel, Myrlle Jane Winqo, Belly Lou Prassel, Samie Ellen Irving, Fourfh Row: Augusius Bali, James Culberrson, Ernesl Kirlrpalricl Charles Barlrer, James Mulholland, Kenr Sills, Bill Bagby, Craig l-lan kenson, Jaclc Vollmer. DIRECTOR FRANK EARL MARSH, JR. Composed ol sludenls chosen by audilion, lhe vesper choir makes lwo annual Tours, one ar Chrislmas lo presenl l-landel's 'llhe Messiah" and anolher during rhe spring. Under The able direclion si F R' 4155 'T A i g mainrained lhe line repulalion il has achieved over rhe years lhroughoul Jrhe Sourh. Lasl year, lhe group was honored wirh a oulsranding services. fx X ua... X .Z 36 ol Eranlc Earl Marsh, Jr., head ol The Eine Arls Division, lhis group weelcly, narionwide broadcasl over Jrhe Liberly Broadcasling Syslem, bringing well-deserved recognilion ro lhemselves and lo Soulhern. As in The pasr, congralulalions are due Jrhis line group for lheir C sb From l-lammelburg To l-laTTiesburg, ThaT's The sTory oi "SouThern Exposure" lvl.S.C.'s new humor, general inTe:v esT magazine which made iTs debuT on The SouThern campus in SepTember l952. AcTually, however, The TirsT issue oT The magazine was planned and prepared in de- Tail 4,500 miles Trom The SouThern campus aT l-lammel- burg, Germany, where The presenT ediTor and business manager were sTaTioned wiTh The U. S. Army. On iTs modernisTic cover designed by Becky TaTum, lVl.S.C. '5l, "SouThern Exposure" TeaTures monThly a pho- Tograph oT an ouTsTanding lVl.S.C. coed. Regular TeaTures are iTs ediTorial page, special evenTs, sporTs, Tashion and records columns. "SouThern Exposures' iokes and cars Toons have already become an insTiTuTion aT SouThern and are read avidly by a growing number oT Mississip- pi's senior and junior college sTudenTs. SUUTHER If .1 576 If ' s . .gn ., E 412' gg 1 5' fi' 5 T' . J, 4, i li' A Q-'iiifgviii-f'iz l ba- W A f I ,il 329, Bill Rogers, ediTor, and MarTha Barron, The 'firsl cover girl, presenT Presidenl' Cool: The TirsT ediTion of The "SouThern Exposure." N EXPOSURE d' El ' A'k +3 Do? Darrach, circulafiong Joan Seafed: Frank Barber, business manaqerg Bill Roqers, edifor-in-chief: Henry Malfox, associaie edifor. Sfan Inq: sie i en, ar Myers, adverfisinq assisfanl: Anqele Kazar, arlg Dean Griffin. music. Not Piclured: Jimmy Leeson, feafures: Joyce Samples, fashions: Buddy Harffield, Milton Fairchild, sporfsg Ellis Boafmon, special evenfsg John Reedy, exchanqeg William E. Sfone, iokes: Bichelle Worfhinqlon, Georqene Goefhals, PaT Lancasler, adverfising assisTanTs. swiss 113 'Q ,ww Q wr-4" i l i gf' i W Rf . s. 'lbw Z .NI C,T Top: "The lmporiance of Being Earnes+" Top: "The Silver Cord" Bo'H'om: "Moony's Kid Don'+ Cry" BoHom: "Pink and Pa+ches" The Soulhern Players, preseniing Two maior produc- lions and Twelve one-acl plays, have made a deliniie coniribulion To The enlerlainmenl side of The sludenl liie. They opened Their season wiih The 'rhree-acl drama, The Silver Cord, Then moved To The new Soulhern Play- house ior The annual Experimenlal Theaire series and Twelve siudenl direcled one-acl plays. Their linal major produclion was Pufh Gordan's comedy, Years Ago. The Soulhern Players are under The direciion of John Mullin, Direclor oi Dramalics, and Philip A, lvlacomber, Technical Direcior. SOUTHERN PLAYERS DIRECTOR JOHN MULLIN XX Q 'V f Top A SpoTlighT on MSC Top: News commenTaTion BoTTom The Commercial BoTTom: Tape recording CerTainly, The Radio Workshop may be considered as one oT SouThern's ouTsTandino acTiviTies. Their many and varied programs, some oT Them wiTh The cooperaTion oi WFOR, were considered by many as being equal To Those oT proTessional sTaTus. NoT only were They mosT enjoyable and inTeresTing buT also did They conTribuTe greaTly To public relaTions. This year, The sTudenTs oT The workshop under The energeTic guidance oT DirecTor Frank Lewis launched a drive To esTablish a radio sTaTion on The campus. To raise The money They raTTled oTT a Television seT and sTaged a varieTy show, which was one oT The enTerTainmenT highlighTs oT The year. To The sTudenTs oT The workshop and Their direcTor we wish you con- Tinued success in your proiecT and acTiviTies. RADIU WURKSHUP S 3 gfg wi E S f f' ' mf Q if A 1 CLASSES L in :W 91' gmt? N if-1 A un. v. N ""l'F'9"- ki' 'O f 1 -.-n , ., .,,, . , ..., , , May 41, ii YAGW-1,z.A,. f"-1 fflifilfxvmf "gV TM' f""' WNW W - ., f-N--w:f,w::i,s . Q Y 5 x- ,Qs f ,f ,y V, 3 ,I , x- NA ,,.w,m-ff a,w,,,.,,,4.Q' ff V, Q M' f Y- Aw f'w-f42Xz,-Q-- Q XA Q f A . rw f fix f M1 SA Qwff--" . , f -'L:'i1'I " 5' 1 ix W' NX W M2 fffuiffwf 5 ., ,, M!! W, Z5 1 V J Y .M..M,...,.w...,.,,,.W.W....,,,.W...W, A,., ..,,.,M..w...N....W......M,,....W.,, m,.W,,,,, AL..,, .1,, ,.,,,,,Wm wl. wfrxw ,ti , H 010011 y M Q :X N . if THE SENIUR CLASS FIRST ROW: CLARA JEAN ABEL, Belzoni, Business Educalion, Y,W.A, CALISTA ADAIR, Gloster, Home Economics, Wesley Foundalion, Kap- pa Omicron Phi, Home Economics Club. C, EDWARD AKERS, JR., Laurel, Marketing Sr Merchandising, Sludenl Christian Federalion, Presidenl, Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Vice-Presi- dent, President, Wiho's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Pi Tau Fraternity, Vice-Presidenl, Junior Class, President, Weslminsler lgellowship, President, lnlerlraternity Council, President, Student ouncil, JAMES E. ALBRITTON, Picayune, Religion 8 Philosophy, B.S.U.. NOON Day Prayer Director, BILLY FANE ALFORD, Halliesburg, Music. JAMES HAROLD ALLEN, Hazlehursl, Hislory. SECOND ROW: MARY ELIZABETH ALSWORTH, Puryis, Social Studies, JACOUELYN ANDERSON, Meridian, Secretarial Studies, Della Della Delta. JOHN R. ANDERSON, Waynesboro, Biology. MASON L, ANDREWS, Tylerlown, History, F.T.A., Student Council, B.S.U, Brolherhood, Vice-Presidenl, DOXIE APLIN, Ovett, Business Education. NANNETTE ARCENEAUX, Bay Sl, Louis, Recrealion, THIRD ROW: ROBERT AVERA, Ouilman, Marketing Bi Merchandising, Della Sigma Pi. LARKIN BAGGETT, Brookhaven, Business Administration, JOHN HENRY BAKER, Grloster, Biology, Alpha Epsilon Della, Halties burg Choral Union, DAMON BALL, McComb, Marketing B Merchandising, SOUTHERNER Editor, Sporls Edilor, Alpha Tau Omega, Palm Reporter, Pledge President, Oulslanding Pledge Award, Delta Sigma Pi, Student Couns cil MARY BALL, Laurel, lnslilulional Management, Home Economics Club. MRS. LENA RAY P. BARKER, McNeill, Home Economics, Home Eco- nomics Club. FOURTH ROW: JAMES R. BARNETTER, Waynesboro: Business Education. RICHARD BASS, Brooklyn, N, Y., Psychology, Sludenl Prinlz, Yellow SENIOR OFFICERS Bob McKellar, President, Cliff Thomas, Vice-President, Dean Grit- fin, Secrelar , Martha Nell Jones, Historian, Bill Williams, Y S. C. R. Not Pictured: Sue McCooI, Treasurer. Q' YU Jackets, Alpha Della Mu, Secretary, Psychology Club, ARTHUR BAUGH, Albertville, Ala., Physical Education, DONALD BEARDEN, Summil, Business Education, Future Teachers of America. STANLEY X. BESSEY, Biloxi, Biology, Tennis. HULON H. BILBO, Lumberlon, Business Education, Baseball. FIFTH ROW: AL BIVINS, C-uliporl, Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Slu, dent Council, MILDRED JANE BLACK, Puryis, Business Education, Delta Sigma Epsi- lon, Pi Omega Pi, Future Teachers ol America, gFLbEN U, BLAUVELT, Kosciusko, lnslitutional Management, Newman U . JOSEPH F. BOARDMAN, JR., Handsboro, Markeling Si Merchandising, Kappa Alpha Order, Della Sigma Pi, BILLY JOE BOUTWELL, Mobile, Ala., Health Xi Physical Education. CHARLES RAY BOYKIN, Sylyarena, Mathematics, SIXTH ROW: MARY BOZEMAN, Jayess, Physical Education, Wesley Foundalion, P.E. Club, W.R.A. ROBERTA BRACEY, Blytheyille, Ark., Elementary Education, Chi Omega, Elementary Council, Fulure Teachers. EDWIN D. BRANTLEY, Madden, Biology. TOMMIE JEAN BRASWELL, Halliesburq, Elementary Education, F.T.A. ALBERT LOUIS BREELAND, Biloxi, Personnel Management, Alpha Phi Omega. ALFRED ANTHONY BREELAND, Biloxi, Personnel Management, Alpha Phi Omega, Secrelary, SEVENTH ROW: NORRIS BRELAND, Brooklyn, Social Studies. CHARLES BRENT, Hattiesburg, Chemistry. ELMER T. BREWER, JR., Claylon, Economics, Della Siqma Pi, LAMAR BRITTON, JR,, Carson, Marketing 81 Merchandising, Pi Kappa Alpha, Della Sigma Pi, Newman Club, THOMAS BROCK, Richlon, Business Adminislralion, Delta Sigma Pi, B.S.U. CHARLES T. BROGAN, Laurel, Marketing Xi Merchandising: Alpha Tau Omega. Song Feslival winners-ATO and Phi Mu 477 Abel Adair Akers, Jr. Alsworth J. Anderson J, R. Anderson Avera Baggelt Baker Barnelt Bass Baugh Bivins Black Blauvelt Bozeman Bracey Brantley Brel.-and Brent Brewer, Jr. 1 I S -in Q 'Q in . may ,J . S I I R agua X WSWS? ' 5 Ng- ff Qs. . MF i l 5 , ,L A sf.. N gm 2 X X .:I :ia X .... , .K 5 '-N x angst 41 .f Nw ,' ' Ffa '43 QW x I A S' f -. wg. , wo Qf 'Thx X .X ,.,., 1 M I X gf Wg, f 4. .. ,r . QE 1 Nkrgfg ' - N.-W' k by . .M 6 , X f 5 ,Y f 4'-B. f' bv'- On... hs, M we I' 1 , 4- y f iwr A E? 'UU A 42. g gj j 'KI 'M Q 'U V, Mg 45V f f L .Q r, X WZ, AQ' C f - I .f 45 1 flu...-'ff' X by mf ' ZW 2 -fr' I M ff --, If ' iq S A Q ,Q 1 is- Ny. M. . XX W M ...J . X 'RX X, f iii "vs ew ,M f fX4 N :W SW AW .- f s .,.,. . . 194 4 ,ya QQ! K A-'If' '- ' A 'r , fi 5 232 if H. V . Yew... X X Q J Q, K KX A if 'TY 'W ,WH if 9 1 -"k Y .Aga 53.3.-5 A gk rm. -M. ? I V 1 I r Q ,.,. . f':A wat, E P MW lu., r 43 ,A 'iv Albritton Alford Allen Andrews Aplin Arceneax D. Ball M. Ball Barker Bearden Bessey Bilbo Boardman, Jr. Boufwell Boykin Braswell A. L, Breeland A. A, Breeland Briffon, Jr. Brock Brogar' Where's lhe nearest pawn shop? FIRST ROW: JAMES W, BROWN, JR., Summil, Physical Educaiion, Pi Kappa Alpha, F.T.A., Heallh 81 Physical Educaiion Club. MARY D. BROWN, Buller, Ala., Secretarial Sludies. PHILIP BROWN, Summil, Accounlinq, Della Siqma Pi, JAMES L, BUCK, Gulfporlg Speech, Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer, NORMAN J, BULLOCK, Tylerlown, Accounfinq, B'LL W, BYRD, Harliesburq, Biological Science, Social Sludies. SECOND ROW: DAVID H, CALCOTE, Lucien, Malhemalics, Wesley Foundafion. BOBBY CALDWELL, Hickory, Elemenlary Educalion, F.T.A, CHARLES RENZOR CAMPBELL, Halliesburq, Biology. TRAVIS L, CAMPBELL, Mize, Sociology, Psycholoqy Club, Minislers' Club, CRISLER CANTERBURY, Magee, English. JOHN FLOYD CARTER, Pelahafchie, Hislory, Melhodisl Minislerial League. THIRD ROW: ALEX LEE CASE, Laurel, Commerce, Della Sigma Pi, Alpha Phf Orneqa, Kappa Sigma, Secrelary, Sludenl Council. TRELLES GLENN CASE, Magnolia, Music, Choral Union, Pi Kappa Lambda, Vesper Choir, Secrelary and Treasurer, JAMES G. CASON, Laurel, Poliiical Science, JOSEPHINE LOUISE CHAFFIN, Doloroso, Elemenlary Educaliori, W.A.A,, Vice'Presiden'l, Sludeni Council. DAVID CHINN, Bilofi, Speech, Newman Club, Siqma Alpha Era. EUGENE WARREN CLARK, Ashland, Ky., Physical Educalion, BGSIYEI' hall, Baseball, "M" Club, P.E, Club, FOURTH ROW: JOE REX CLARK, Shelby, Accounlinci, Malheinalirs, Alpha Phi Omeqa Band. DON CLEMENS, Ycirilers, N. Y., Hizlory, Cioyernrrienlg Kappa Si-'zma Grand Prciiiurrilorj Pri? Lpqal Forum, lrilr-rnnliiiinnl Rolalions Club. CHARLES CLINTON, Hiillir-slouro, Hilary, SAM CLINTON, lliillifi- buffij Clif-iiii.lr,. IFC Inlramural Champs. MRS. EMOGENE W, CONERLY, Jayesf, Social Sruoies. HENRY LEE CONN, Halliesburgg Personnel Manaqemenlg Kapca Alpha Order. FIFTH ROW: EDWARD JAMES COOK, lnqlewood, Calif., Elernenfary Eoucafion, Kappa Sigma, Grand Masler of Ceremonies, Sluoeni Body Presidenig Pi Tau, F.T.A., Vice-Presiclenlg Stale F.T.A, President, Sludenf Prinlz, Gymnasiics Team, Weightlifting Team, Mississippi lnler-Colleglale Council, Presidenl, BILL COOLEY, Lealcesville, Marlrefinq and Merchandisino. MARTHA CLAIRE COOLEY, Meridian, Secrelarial Sfudiesj Chi Omega, Sludenf Council, W,S.G.A., Senior Hall House Chairrnan. ERBIN COOPER, Haffiesburq, Marketing and Merchandisfna, MYRA CORLEY, Jackson, Hislory, B.S.U. PAT COWART, McLain, Elemenlary Educalion, B.S.U, Firsr Vice-Presi dcnl, Y.W.A., Elemeniary Counzil, F.T.A. SIXTH ROW: TOLBERT A. DANIELS, JR., I-Ialriesburq, Accounlincz, ANITA JANE DAVIS, Calhoun Cilyg Home Econorrrcs, Home Eio nomics Club, Wesley Foundaiion. JOE DAVIS, Halliesburq, English. JUDY DAVIS, Rose Hill, CHARLES A, DAWS, DeKalb, Piano, Cheerleader Alpha Psi Omc a Soulhern Players, Vesper Choir Presidenf, Siudenl Council, Yellr Jacliefsg Madrigallians, Opera Workshop Casig Weslrninsier Fellow ship, l.F.C,, Kappa Sigma, Sc-crelary President, Rush Chairman, Stu- clenl Chrislian Federalion, SOUTI-IERNER, WARREN DENNIS, Clarlssdale, Ari, Kappa Pi, Presidenl, SEVENTH ROW: JEANNIE DICKERSON, Summiij Elemenlarx Educalion, Elemenlarx Council, F.T,A., Wesley Foundalion. WILMER O. DILLARD, Pachura, Psychology, Pi Kappa Alpha Alpha Phi Omega, Wesley Foundalion, Psycholcioy Club. MARTIN L, DOBSON, Buclsalunna, Biology, GLORIA TWILA DONAHOE, Hazlehursl, Elerneniary Education, Elem enlary Council, Pep Squad, MRS. SUE MCCOOL DEES, Haffiesburog Home Economics, Chi Onwa- Kappa Omicron Phi, Presidenl, SOUTHERNER Vesper Choir, Phi Del A Rho, Senior Class Treasurer, Sludenl Prinrz, Whos Who in Afcriilfi Colleoei and Uniiersilie-3, ADRIAN DUBUISSON, Gullpolg Pyiholom, Pi Kappa Alpha Emi Q lioir Golden lxlviies. THE SENIOR CLASS J. W, Brown, Jr M, D. Brown P. Brown Calcofe Caldwell C, R. Campbell A, L, Case T. G. Case Cason J, R, Clark Clemens C. Clinlon Cook B, Cooley M. C, Cooley Daniels, Jr. A. J. Davis Joe Davis Dickerson Dillard Dobson :dl -ma ie 'RG -.A:,, A A.: 5 A 3 gk .fo is 1 I Z f X ' ' 1 - f -ijga....Z...Sf 'J ',.: X , 3 fl QQ , Q Q91 fy .,as' M fa . 'Q 4 H V ..-, l gang X5 fx ' X 41 K W ,sw ?X' 1 - X 7 A 4 qv? 'K XJ Q 3 X, N, Wa- Q T 5 l - Q 35" ZX f ' Q ,fe Q? it ...M nw' M vw y W' of K,""W HZZZ ZZQZEE' 4495225 Wu! .www lf' gg-, ,,gyn-- n if N A X X N X KK A 1 S . N 'iw f f 2 v inf' 2 xx a gl we oy y A X El H1 'Q--,- mm W x X f wwf of Xxfo S f X .. '24 W 1 ' N 5,1 QW. W' . . 'X ' J V' x " fig C' ' N' .... , . ' Buck Bullock Byrd T, L. Campbell Canterbury Carler Chaffin Chinn E. W. Clark S. Clinlon Conerly Conn Cooper Corley Cowarl Judy Davis Daws Dennis Donahoe Dees Dubuisson is-if' I A' S " 1 1 . a THE SENIUR CLASS FIRST ROW: VIVIAN DUCKWORTH, Meridian, Home Economics: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Temporary Vice-President. ELIABETH DUNNAM, Biloxi, Home Economic Education, B.S.U, Coun- cil, Home Economics Club. LETSON E, EASTERLING, Laurel, Biology, JEAN EATON, Pine Hill, Ala., English, B.S.U., Modern Language Club. LAWRENCE F. EDWARDS, Louisville, Art, Kappa Pi, IVAN ELLIS, Ocean Springs, History. SECOND ROW: HOWARD D, ELLZEY, Laurel, History, Speech, Pi Kappa Delta, Debate Team, Wesley Foundation, Methodist Ministerial Club, Southern Club, President. JACKIE T, ETHRIDGE, Meridian, Physical Education, B.S,U, Council. FRED L, EVANS, JR., Bude, Business Administration, JANE ANN EVANS, McNeill, Elementary Education, Elementary Coun- cil President, Pep Squad President, Y.W.A., B.S.U., Alpha Sigma Alpha, Choral Union, TOM EVANS, Petal, Dramatics, Alpha Psi Omega President, Scholastic Drama Department, Speech Arts Council, Treasurer, Wesley Founda- tion, Drama Worlfshop Director, Pi Tau, Sigma Alpha Eta, Southern Players, Pi Kappa Pi. WOODIE E. EVANS, Fulton, Elementary Education, F.T.A. THIRD ROW: BARBARA ANNE EVERITT, Morton, Biology, B.S.U., Pep Sguad. ELMIRE FARRELL, Pass Christian, Elementary Education, F.T.A., Presi- dent, Elementary Council. J. C. FEAZELL, Meridian. JERRY FELKINS, Birmingham, Ala., Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. DOUG FERGUSON, Mobile, Ala., Health Education, Kappa Sigma, Student Body Second Vice-President, JUANITA FERGUSON, Sumner, Mathematics, Kappa Mu Epsilon, B.S.U., SOUTHERNER. FOURTH ROW: PAT FERLISE, Birmingham, Ala., Business Administration, Industrial Arts, "M" Club, Football, Kappa Alpha Order. Mama, buy me that. . - "A5rv- - . . I I ,f ,ass JY 1 WILLIAM RUSSELL FLOWERS, JR., Biloxi, Biology, CHARLES M, FLOYD, Hattiesburg, Foreign Language. NICHOLAS JOHN FOKAKIS, Hattiesburg, Business Administration. DURWOOD M, FONDREN, Jackson, Health and Physical Education. MARTHA ANN FORD, Jackson, Art. FIFTH ROW: BOB FORTENBERRY, Tylertown, Music, Band, JOE H. FORTENBERRY, Columbia, Health and Physical Education. JOYCE FORTENBERRY, Tylertown, Home Economics Education, Home Economics Club, WARREN D. FORTENBERRY, Hattiesburg, Elementary Education, Alpha Tau Omega, Yellow Jaclrets, Student Council, Student Body Treasurer. ROBERT ANTHONY FOX, Mobile, Ala., Psychology. LESLIE FRENCH, JR., Oldenburg, Physical Education, P.E, Club, Wes- ley Foundation, SIXTH ROW: PAUL TORREY FRY, McLaurin, Speech, WILMER FULTON, Noxapater, History. NOLAN GAMBLE, JR., Carson, Biology, Chemistry, FANNIE LOU GILL, Puclrett, Home Economic Education, Home Eco- nomics Club, B.S.U, Council, HENRY GRAY GILLASPY, Monticello, Pre-Med, Phi Kappa Tau. MAUREVER GOES, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Economics, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. SEVENTH ROW: BENJAMIN MAYFIELD GOODWIN, Birmingham, Ala., History. CLYDE W, GRANBERRY, Hattiesburg, Business Administration. MERLE GREEN, Mobile, Ala., Physical Education, Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary, Vice-President, President, P.E, Club, Square Dance Team, Water Pageant, l.F.C., Cheerleader, Southern Players, SOUTHERNER, Physical Education Department Show, WADE GREENE, Hinze, Mathematics, ELIZABETH SUE GREGORY, Zama, Home Economics, Home Eco- nomics Club, ZEETELLA JANE GREGORY, Zama, Home Economics, Home Economics lub. What did you aslr her, Irwin? Duckworth Dunnam Easterling Ellzey Ethridge F. L. Evans, Jr. Everitt Farrell Feazell Ferlise Flowers, Jr. Floyd B. Forlenberry J. H, Fortenberry J. 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FIRST ROW: DEAN GRIFFIN, Greensburg, Penn., Speech, Journalism, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Pnl curneqa, Alpha Epsilon Rho, Senor Claws Secrelary, filudenl Prinlz, Ralio Work-hop. MARY SUE GRIFFIN, Planlersyilleq Elerrienlary Educalion, Elemenlarly Cf11uncil,Y.W.A, B.S.U. TROY GRUBBS, Mendenhall, Hislory, THOMAS JOSEPH G-UERCIO, Nalchez, Marlrelinq and Merchandisinq, ROY GUYTON, Blrninqham, Ala., Physical Eclucalionj Baflelball, Yellow Jaclfella, Wesley Foundalion. MILTON HALL, Vifl-our-gg Accounlinog Band, SECOND ROW: CARLEY E, HAMBLY, Pemaic, N. J., Enfglieih, A G, HARRELL, Halliefburqg Marlelinq and lvlerchan-lisinq, A. B. HARRIS, Hazlenurslg Chernislry, BARBARA HARRIS, Surnrhil, Clolhinq Merohandisinq. KATHERINE HARTLEY, Hafehurslg Home Econo rr': ice, Weuley Founda- liciri, Horne Ei1Ol'iorriil1e, Club. MARY JANE HARVEY, Tylr-rlowng Spef-flig Kappa Della, Siqrna Alpha Ela, F.T.A, IHIRD ROVV: MARY HARWELL, Sanloriiig Bumine-,Q Eiiucalion, ANN LUCILE HASSELL, Hallielburqg Hiwloryg W.S.C-.A, Secrelary, Cl'llO'YilflQL1 Trea'u'er, SOUTHERNER. MARY ELIZABETH HELMER, Halliegburq, Cliemiilryj Alpha Larrbdai Phi Della Rho, Pep Squall, Alpha Sicirria Alpha, Treaiurer, Preuiidenlg Pan Hellr-nic Council, Prr-ziglenlj Aliierican Chemical Sociely, Sludenl Council. ARNOLD R, HENDERSON, Slwle Line,Cveob-i1y'jAlpha Tau Orvweqa. YUBA JANE HENDRICK, Puryigg Bu1.ine1,a Educalion, Della Siqrna Epsi- lcin, Prep.ii,lr-rilg Pi Clrneqa Pi, Preniilenlg Frezlirnen Woi'rien"i Council, Si'-nior HallVicefCli.1iirrnan, F.T,A. MARY GAIL HENLEY, Glwlvrg Buinnw' Edu-'aliong Phi Mu, Scholar- 'liiri Cliiiirriian, Pie illenl, Piinl-ellfinif Council, Sludenl Council, ary' Flgiilii lalic-n, PM D-,I lvl Elo SEJQI-Jr, FOURTH ROW: PARRIS I'I, HESTER, I7lr1qi".irrii, ll', Pi-"-Linrwi-l iVliJr1.'i+i:'-irienlg A'zil'a lilly Cjiilfwlllv BOB HICKS, Iii lI-' ' Bi, irif- A Vi in lfiliunj Pi K iiirifi Alrii-A SH lfinl l'ririI, ii Iili. 'ii' Ifinrili No Commenl. FRANCES HILTON, Laurel, Journaliarng Phi Della Rho, Who! Who En American College: and Uniyersilieg, Band I-lead lvlaiorelle, BEN HINTON, Richlong Biology, Pi Kappa Alpha. MARTHA HOLDER, Philipp: Honie Economics Eoucalionq Hove Eioe nornicg Club, B.S.U., Y.W.A. MARGERY HOLLADAY, Meridian, Eiernenlar. Edu-ialionj Della Della Della, FIFTH ROW: MARTHA NELL HOLYFIELD, New Hebrong Home Econon-ice Eduza- liong Home Econornics Club, MAYMO HOSKINS, Brookhaven, Physical Educalion, W.R.A. Presiienf P,E. Club Vice-Presidenl, Kappa Della, B.S.l.i. BARBARA HOWARD, Puryiag Business Education, ADDEMAE HOWELL, Arnoryg Horne Economics, Horne Econanwicf Club, Della Sigma Epsilon, Kappa Ornicron Phi, JAMES VI, HUDSON, Sun1ralIjGeneral Science, NORA FRANCES HUFFMAN, Olrolonaj Elernenlary Eilucaliong Phi Mu, SIXTH ROW: JOYCE HAVARD HUNTER, Lucedalej I-Iofre Econoi ics, B.S.U,, Hone Economics Club, SALVADOR IMBRAGUGLIO, Laurel, Chernislry, PHYLLIS MARY IVY, Jaclsong Heallh and Physical E-ilucali-Jn, Cneer- leader, W.A.A,, F,W.A., Freshman Maid, P.E. Club, Caplain o' Senior Hall lnlrarnural Team. ALMA SUE JACKSON, Gulioorlg Piano, Alpl-3 Sionia Alpina, Alpha Lambda, Pi Kappa Lambda, Choral Union, Veiper Choir. CONWAY JACKSON, Laurel, Buainesg. Aclrninislralkrng Deala Sianwa Pi. LAWRENCE H. JAMES, Buclialunnag Secondari Eduialion SEVENTH ROW: LOUIS JANUS, Biloxi, Cheniislry, A.n'iefirIan Clieniiqwl Son My Newramn Club. WILFRED GLENN JELEN, SlJV'lT'Sll2 Cheniiflry, JOYCE JOHNSON, Willfneong Elenienlari Edulfalion. MARVIN JOHNSON, MQCOWE-Q Accounlina. ROYCE D, JOHNSON, Maaee, Biikinezlx Elucalion, RUTH AMANDA JOHNSON, Meridian, Bu 'new Emilia on, BSU. Cc-un ii, Y,W.A,, Rel Grail E" Lihai VYIGIPI CC-Y' ""il'P". Q-11.6 THE SENIOR CII-ISS D. Griffin M, S. Griffin Grubbs Hambly Harrell A. B. Harris Harwell Hassell Helmer Hesler Hicks Hillon Holyfield Hoskins Howard Hunler Imbraquqlio Ivy Janus Jelen J. Johnson 3 is-,:l., 1' f:,fli4v'l,', 1? I 4 xx? Y i J l J W V Q ' I 2 ag., 4 W5 f WW: ew WDA in-a f' V I sf h X I ,X S 7 . N-.1 ' 1 -J, ,rpm 'Q aff' fv- X W4 V T 'V i sp. -'Jfj .M K A ,,,X , Q, Ev , ,,,. J x , .N J El if -,Jin X ak N ,. 3,10 , 9'5" nf, N? Iigxwj eh . . ' X S I-Q K E 'Kas' lg... ia.,- 49 ,ls ,bm f bb 'W I f Y 1 -an faq Nh 2, , if " ,J ez, A422 Q ' f 5 4 , Z E ,f , 2 W 1 3 .,, ggi? f fi' 2 Sw by . , . V 2 -' 1: K .fi l3X,L.J -gw-.ax uhm". " t ' . .Q QW . 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Council, Student Council, Y.W.A., Pep Sguad, Senior Class Historian, Forensic Honor Award, SOUTHERNER, Pan-Hellenic Council Secretary, Varsity Debate Squad, Forensics Council, Pi Kappa Delta Secretary, MARY KATHERINE JONES, Mize, Elementary Education. MARCUS JORDAN, Ellisvilleg English, Pi Kappa Pi, Pi Tau, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Psi Omega. SARA BETH JORDAN, Kosciuslrog Physical Education, B.S.U., W.R,A., P.E. Club, Pep Squad. EDWARD MAXWELL KAISER, Natchez, Personnel Management, Foot- ball, "M" Club, Newman Club, SECOND ROW: FRED L. KEENE, Pensacola, Fla., Personnel Management, EVELYN KENNA, Summit, Elementary Education, Elementary Council, B.S.U. HILDA ELIZABETH KENNA, Summit, Elementary Education, B.S.U., Elementary Council, WILFORD WALLACE KEYES, Hattiesburg, Chemistry, American Chern- ical Society President, Pi Kappa Alpha. ELEANOR JO KIRKLAND, Moselle, Elementary Education. M. W, KIRKPATRICK, JR., Hattiesburg, Journalism, Southern Players, Alpha Psi Omega, Band, "Student Printzf' THIRD ROW: NANCY KIRKPATRICK, Noxapater, Elementary Education. RICHARD F, KOLAR, Chicago, Ill., Health and Physical Education. AUDICE LADNER, Beaumont, Home Economics, Delta Sigma Epsilon Secretary, Home Economics Club. HOLLIS T. LANDRUM, Columbia, Social Studies, Ministerial League. MRS. OLLIE JEAN LANE, Burns, Home Economics Education, Kappa Orriicron Phi. NOEL LANEY, Philadelphia, English. FOURTH ROW: HOLLIS HAYNES LANGSTON, Silyer Creelr, Business Administration. MITCHELL LAVINGHOUZE, Jaclfson, History, Pi Kappa Alpha, Band. PEGGY LEE, Hattiesburg, Elementary Education, Our weight Iitting team. 3 I !N LILY FRANCES LIMBOUGH, Hattiesburg, Speech Correction, Southern Players, Phi Mu Vice-President, Alpha Psi Omega President, Speech Arts Council President, Pi Kappa Pi, Sigma Alpha Eta, Phi Delta Rho, Student Council. MISSING LINK, Brass Creelr, Lower Slobboyia, You Name lt, Kid, Sigma Phi Nothing, I Felta Thi, Strange Fellows, ln other words, I joined almost anything. PHILIP S, LOMBARDO, Broolflyn, N, Y., Geology, FIFTH ROW: MAX LUCAS, State Line, Accounting, Wesley Foundation. DORIS LUNDGREN, Long Beach, Art, Kappa Pi. CHARLES ALLEN LYLES, Seminary, Marlrerinq and Merchandising, BENNIE RAY LYON, Laurel, Biology, DONNIS LYON, Laurel, Chemistry. RANDALL HUGH LEE, Buclfatunna, Biology, SIXTH ROW: CURTIS F. MANASCO, Leakesyille, Chemistry, Biology. JOHN FRANCIS MANGIN, Biloxi, Health. BILLY MANGUM, Mize, Chemistry, Mathematics, American Chemical Society, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi Kappa Pi, J. W, MANGUM, JR., Hattiesburg, Business Administration. JAMES L. MARTELLO, Hattiesburg, Business Administration, Kappa Sigma, Newman Club, WINNIE LOU MATTHEWS, Laurel, Business Education. SEVENTH ROW: GLADYS MCCANN, Hattiesburg, Business Education, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, JOYCE MCCARTHY, Hattiesburg, Elementary Education, W. T. MCCOY, Belzonig Accounting, Delta Sigma Pi, EDWARD MCDANIEL, Kentwood, La., Health and Physical Education, Football, Alpha Tau Omega. RALPH C. MCDANIEL, Hattiesburg, Business Administration, Phi Kap- pa Tau President, l.F.C., Student Council, Outstanding R.O.T.C. Sophomore Cadet, R.O.T.C, Rifle Team, Distinguished Military Stu- dent, CAROLYN MCDAVID, Tylertown, Elementary Education, Kappa Delta, Student Body Secretary, What's the score, Mac? ' A - iv- . 1 -l C. H. Jones M. N. Jones M, K. Jones Keene E, Kenna H. E. Kenna N. Kirkpatrick Kolar Ladner Langston Lavinghouze Lee Lucas Lu ndgren Lyles Manasco Mangin B. Mangum McCann McCarthy McCoy ig. . 'M if X 2 . ,. 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Jordan Kaiser Keyes Kirkland Kirkpatrick, Jr. Landrum Lane Laney Limbouqh Link Lombardo B, R. Lyon D, Lyon Lee W, Mangum, Jr Marfello Maffhews E. McDaniel R, C, McDaniel McDayid Firsl come, lirsl served. FIRST ROW: CECILE McDONALD, Wesson, Elemenlary Education: Elementary Council, Wesley Foundalion, F.T.A, LOUISE MCGINNIS, Meridian, Elementary Educalion, Della Delta Della, FRANCES BERRY MCGRAW, Woodyille, Accounting, WAYNE MCGRAW, Woodyille, Accounting, ROBERT M, McKEE, Picayune, Music Educalion, Band, Orchestra. ROBERT E. MCKELLAR, Plain Dealing, La., Physical Education, Foot- ball, "M" Club President, Senior Class President, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. SECOND ROW: JAMES FRANK MCKENZIE, Halliesburg, Polilical Science, Sludenl Council, I.F.C., Kappa Alpha Order President, DOROTHY McMANUS, Gulfport, Elementary Education, Student Goy- ernmenl Secretary, Chi Omega Secretary, Sludenl Council. SOUTH- ERNER. MARIANNE MCNAIR, Tylerlown, Library Science, Della Della Della. ALVIN H, MILLER, Hattiesburg, Accounting, BERNICE JOE MILLER, Laurel, Biology, Bela Bela Bela. IDA MARIE MILNER, Gullporl, Elementary Educalion, Mississippi Hall Vice-Chairman, W,S.G.A, Firsl Vice-President, Chi Omega Pledge Trainer, Corresponding Secretary, Presidenl, Phi Della R-ho. THIRD ROW: R, B, MITCHELL, Collins, Elemenlary Educalion, RICHARD W MITCHELL Milwaulfee Wis Biolo y, Alpha Tau . . . -I Q Omega, EVELYN LA NOEL MONTGOMERY, Laurel, Music Educalion, W.S.G.A. President, Sophomore Class Favorite, Phi Mu Vice-Presidenl, B.S.U. Council, Modern Ballel Group, Southern Singers Vesper Choir, Choral Union. BOB MOORE, Gulfport, Fine Arlsj Alpha Tau Omega, Kappa Pi, Southern Players, SOUTHERNER, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. ROBERT MORGAN, Hattiesburg, Marlreling and Merchandising, Kap- pa Alpha Order, Pi Tau, KAZUTO JIMMY MORIWAKE, Waimea, Kauai T, H., Business Educa lien, Wesley Foundation, F.T.A, FOU RTH ROW: HAROLD MOSS, New Orleans, La., Buxines-. Adminisliationg Baseball, Alpha Tau Omega, Della Sigma Pi. JOHN THOMAS MUNRO, Biloxi, Mnrlceling anrl Merchandising, Alpliii lfiu Clrizeclfl, Di-ll'i Sif,i"i'i.'i Pi, l:'iQsii,lPrll, Those lpa na smilesl BILLIE W. MURFF, Calhoun Cily, English, Phi Ela Sigma, Pi Kappa Pi, Sludent Council, Forrest County Hall President, Modern Language Club, T.T.A. DOROTHEANN MURPHREE, Leakesyille, Home Economics, B.S.U., Pan-Hellenic Council, Student Council, W.R.A., Sigma Sigma Sigma, Igantorlh Scholarship, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl, Home Economics lub, ROBERT MYRICK, Halliesburg, Business Adminislralion. WILLIAM MYRICK, Jackson, Personnel Management, Della Sigma Pi, FIFTH ROW: BETSY ALYNE NELSON, Natchez, Medical Technology, Chi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Della, B.S.U., R.O.T.C, Sponsor. MARTHA ANN NETTERVILLE, McComb, Library Science. MARY LOU NEWMAN, Pascagoula, Education, W,S.G.A., F,T.A. Wes- ley Foundation, Elementary Council, WILHELMINA NOBLES, Glosler, Elemenlary Education, Kappa Mu Epsilon, F.T.A., Elemenlary Council. RACHEL NORRIS, Jackson, Home Economics, Phi Della Rho, Kappa Omicron Phi, Home Economics Club, ROBERT NORTON, Fullon, Ollice Managemenl. SIXTH ROW: JOSEPH A, O'CONNELL, JR., Oyetl, General Science, GEORGE W, ODEN, Hattiesburg, Pre-Med, Alpha Epsilon Della President. ' NOEL OKAMOTO, Waimea, Kaiai, T, H., Psychology, Wesley Founda- lion, Psychology Club. PAUL EDWARD PADGETT, Laurel, Heallh and Physical Education, B.S.U, Music Direclor, Cheerleader, Baseball. JOHN MILLER PARKER, Biloxi, Pre-Med, Newman Club. JEAN PHILLIPS, Macon, Home Economics, B.S.U., Alpha Psi Omega, Home Economics Club, SEVENTH ROW: HELEN GRACE PIERCE, Columbia, Homemaliing Educalion, B.S.U., Home Economics Club, Kappa Omicron Phi, DONALD JOHN PITALO, Gulfport, Marketing and Merchandising. MARILYN PITTMAN, Halliesburg, Elemenlary Educalion, Delta Della Della, Phi Della Rho, SIDNEY W. PITTMAN, Hattiesburg, Pre-Med, Alpha Epsilon Della, Bela Bela Beta, Pi Tau. KATHRYN ANN POLK, Prenliss, Dielelics, Kappa Della, Vesper Chair, Choral Union, Kappa Omicron Phi, Home Economics Club. GEORGE ALLEN POLLITZ, Biloxi, Biology, Pi Kappa Pi Presidenl, Pi Tau Treasurer, Bela Bela Bela Vice-Presidenl, THE SENIUR IILIISS McDonald McGinnis F. B. McGraw McKenzie McManus McNair R. B. Mitchell R. W. Mitchell Montgomery Moss Munro Murff Nelson Nelterville Newman O'ConnelI, Jr. Oden Okamoto Pierce Pilalo M. Pittman ,.,,,, . nav- Q fi' Q.. QQ. 'Nuff Q53 ' - -, V' r We 'N ggiw im R s x yum' 1 in X fx x, - 'Um . 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W, Pittman Polk Poliifz THE SENIUR CLASS FIRST ROW: JENNINGS POOLE, Biloxi, Speech, E BOBBY POSEY, Philadelphia, Business Adminislralion, Foolball, "M" Club. MARY LOUISE POWELL, Meridian, Sociology, Alpha Sigma Alpha Treasurer, Pep Sguad Vice-Presidenl, Canlerbury Club, Soulhern Play- ers, SOUTHERNER, Sludenl Council, BETTY LOU PRASSEL, Raymond, Elemenlary Educalion, Vesper Choir, Choral Union, Soulhern Singers, F,T.A., Madrigalians, Wesley Founda- lion, Home Economics Club. GENE PRESLEY, Carlhage, Geography, Geology, MRS. J. LEON PRINGLE, Halliesburg, Elemenlary Educalion. SECOND ROW: ANNE HAMPTON RAY, Tchula, Music Educalion, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pep Sguad, Choral Union, Weslminsler Fellowship, M.E.N.C. J. JOANNE RED, Halliesburg, Speech Correclion, W.S.G.A., Choral Union, Pep Sguad Presidenl, Pi Kappa Alpha Sisler, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Psi Omega, Sigma Alpha Ela, Soulhern Players, B.S.U. BILL REEDY, Tupelo, Marlreling and Merchandising, Alpha Tau Omega Secrelary, Presidenl, Sophomore Class Presidenl, Junior Class Presi- denl, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies, REGINALD W. RICHARDS, Biloxi, Marlceling and Merchandising. JOY S. RIALS, Jayess, Hislory, Pi Kappa Alpha, B.S.U. VERA CAROLYN RILEY, New I-lebron, Home Economics, Kappa Omi- cron Phi, Home Economics Club, THIRD ROW: LILLIAN ROBERTSON, Ellisville, Homemalririg Educalion, Wesley Foundalion, Home Economics Club, VELTON ROBINSON, Laurel, Accounling. CHUCK ROHE, Park Ridge, lll., Physical Educalion, "Sludenl Prinlz," Traclr, Foolball, SOUTHERNER, Forensics Club, P.E. Club, Weslminsler Fellowship. JOE BENNETT ROUSE, Gulfport, Physical Educalion. MAXWELL V, RUSH, JR., Lealfesville, Marlreling and Merchandising, Della Sigma Pi, DORIS JEAN RUSSUM, Laurel, Accounling, Alpha Lambda Presidenl, Phi Della Rho. Sludenl Council, B.S.U. FOU RTH ROW: MARVIN LEE RYALS, Viclrsburg, Business Adminislralion. EMORY AUSTIN SCARBOROUGH, JR., Biloxi, Physical Educalion, Sladium Dormilory Presidenl, Alpha Phi Omega, P.E. Club. O come all ye sludenls. FRANK L. SCHMIDT, Bay Sl, Louis, Pre-Med, Newman Club Vice- Presidenl, Alpha Epsilon Della Vice-Presidenl, JOHNIE BRYAN SEAL, Picayune, Chemislry, Pi Kappa Alpha, Ameri- can Chemical Sociely. JOE L. SHAW, Liberly, Physical Educalion. LEE B. SHIPLEY, Canlon, Commerce, Pi Kappa Alpha. FIFTH ROW: MRS, PEARL SHOTTS, l-lalliesburg, Educalion. FREDNA SIMMONS, Meridian, Heallh and Physical Educalion, W.R.A, lnframural Manager, MRS. GERALD SIMMONS, Sarepla, Elemenlary Educalion. JIMMIE LOUISE SIMMONS, Bay Springs, Secrelarial Science, Sigma Sigma Sigma. JOHN E. SIMMONS, I-lalliesburg, Educalion, Alpha Tau Omega. WADE SIMMONS, JR., Kosciuslro, Accounling, SIXTH ROW: WILLENE SIMMONS, Magnolia, Home Economics Educalion, F.T.A., Home Economics Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma. JIMMY W. SIMS, Tupelo, Accounling, Alpha Tau Omega, Band, Yellow Jaclrels. JOHN H. SMALLWOOD, Laurel, Business Adminislralion, Della Sigma Pi. ANNIE RUTH SMITH, Blue Springs, Elemenlary Educalion. GERALDINE SMITH, Lucedale, Chemislry, Della Sigma Epsilon, Pan- Hellenic Council ViceAPresidenl, Kappa Mu Epsilon Presidenl, Ameri- can Chemical Sociely, Alpha Lambda, Phi Della Rho, Phi Kappa Phi Secrelary. JOHNNY EARL SMITH, Lucien, Accounling, B.S.U, SEVENTH ROW: MARY ALICE SMITH, Meridian. PHILIP E. SMITH, Laurel, Personnel Managemenl, WILLIAM DAVIS SMITH, Moorhead, Elemenlary Educalion, "Sludenl Prinlzf' SOUTI-IERNER. EDWARD JOSEPH SOBCZAK, Nalchez, Olfice Management, Kappa igma. ROGER HARVEY SORENSEN, Pine Omaha, Neb., Physical Educalion, Baskelball, P.E. Club, "M" Club. JACK L. SPENCE, Puryis, Arl, Alp-ha Tau Omega. The home of fhe real Sanla Claus. Poole Posey Powell Ray Red Reedy Robe rlson Robinson Rohe Ryals Scarborough, Jr Schmid? Sholls F, Simmons G. Simmons W. Simmons Sims Smallwood M. A. Smilh P. E, Smith W. D. Smilh bv' N- K, ,447 V WW-or 'V 'Ulu-.. 'nf 5 sz. S- I I 1 S. N. Wh ',.f I' . .- ., s-.1 -Q ,fy QV' KTM QQ ,f Q. W is X S X" X f S3 fx z' 4 Z 'N is W4 ' s 2 Zz ggi.. a I W' sf 2 4 .yr gi 1 5 2 sw , X s . :I L xi gf -' A' 'Wx wg 55- X ,, if x K 5 A , .Ml .-40' sd' 'Q' Q5 3' . 0 + M 41:4 'N x .. . X sy if ! , ...I Q .Q -f J Aff" , .M If WM-fm 5" nfs gr- , ,A . ' Prassel W' N ,,,.,,. Presley Pringle -uw 73,51 , I fw "' Richards -gs Riais in ,, Riley X f E I ,E Ox, Rouse Q' Rush, Jr. Q Siem 1 M' r ' vhs' S 5, S A 1 in ff 53 Russum 1 4.. ' ' ,, 'W -'ifjfj - W.-. 'U :ffm ' A af, Ffii?-iff? is .Qs-. .V x 1 iii .. '51, rrw- X :gm Y 1, ' 1 as , 'M xx, Seal I- A 21+ ' eq.. ' Shaw Shipley 1" 2 . vw 9 S 4 ,, ix ff, z my f J. L. Simmons I ,f J. E, Simmons A ! W. Simmons, Jr , 4 2 :IAL .lg I. s r:,,r 3' an -M. A. R,Smi1h 1 5 Q-. smifh K , J. E. smnh ss Q 1 S' ga Sobczak Sorensen -f Spence ig : ' S A i ' 4 17' Yer ou'II FIRST ROW: PAUL W. SPIKES, Brookhaven, Malhemafics. HAZEL STANFORD, Poplaryille, Business Educafion, LUCY STEGALL, Forest, Office Managemenf, B.S.U, C, A, STEWART, Picayune, Business Adminisfralion, Pi Kappa Alpha, B.S.U. WILLIAM G. STEWART, Wiggins, Geology. CURTIS STIGLETS, Haffiesburg, Markefing and Merchandising, Kappa Alpha Order, SECOND ROW: BILL STRAIN, Pascagoula, Music, Band Presidenf, Vesper Choir, Sym- phony, Choral Union, Woodwind Ouinfel, Wesley Foundafion Music Direclor, M.E.N.C. WEBB STRIBLING, Pelal, Psychology, Alpha Tau Omega Palm Re- porfer, Band, Golden Nofes. GAYLE T. STRICKLAND, Haffiesburg, Chemislry. JOHN C, STRONG, Biloxi, English. ANNA JANE SULLIVAN, Haffiesburg, Home Economics, Home Eco- nomics Club, B.S.U, CRAWFORD SULLIVAN, Sanford, Hisfory, THIRD ROW: GAYNELL SUMRALL, Sumrall, English. LAMAR J, SUMRALL, Haffiesburg, Mafhemafics. NANCY LOUISE SWETMAN, Biloxi, Speech, Kappa Della, Canferbury Club, Alpha Psi Omega, F.T.A., Soufhern Players. HERMAN L. SYKES, Carfhage, Accounfing. JANICE TANT, Laurel, Secrelarial Science, Della Della Della, JAMIE LEWE TAYLOR, JR., Eufaula, Ala., Economics, Kappa Sigma, Della Sigma Pi, Alpha Phi Omega, "M" Club, Sfudenl Council, Golf Team, "S1udenl Prinfz," SOUTHERNER. FOURTH ROW: MARTHA CAROL TEMPLETON, Cenlrevillei Speech Correcfion and Hearing, Phi Mu, Sigma Alpha Era, Alpha Psi Omega, Soulhern Radio Players, Soulhern Players, Freshman Womens' Council. JEAN TERRY, Goodman, Home Economics, Phi Mu, JEROME "BUBBA" THARPE, Jackson, Physical Educalion and Healfh. J, CLIFF THOMAS, Cryslal Springs, Psychology, Speech, Alpha Tau Omega Presidenf, Pi Tau Presiclenl, Pi Kappa Della Presidenf, Forensic Council, Sfudenl Government Firsf Vice-Presidenl, Band Treasurer, Vice Presidenl, l.F.C, Secrefary, Psychology Club, Speech Arls Council, Wesley Foundalion, Golden Noles, Debafe Team, Honor Debalor, Dig, Scrappy, dig! Senior Class Vice-Presidenl, Pi Kappa Pi, Presidenf Pro-lem of Youlh Congress Senafe, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universifies. WADE GORDON THORNTON, Glen Allan, Geology, Biology, Fool' ball, Wesley Foundalion, Kappa Sigma. .FIAKE V. THRASH, Laurel, Markefing and Merchandising, Delfa Sigma I. FIFTH ROW: MARGARET THREADGILL, Big Creek, Home Economics. LAVON THURMAN, Oakvale, Markeling and Merchandising, VIRGINIA TIERCE, Business Educafion. RAPHAEL A. TIMBES, Carson, Arf, Kappa Pi Presidenf, JACQUELINE TORRES, Gulfporf, Library Science, Della Sigma Epsia lon Treasurer, Canferbury Club Presidenf. JANE TOUCHSTONE, l-laffiesburgg Business Educafion, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, Sfudenf Council. SIXTH ROW: .EOSEPHINE TOWNSEND, Lena, Home Economics, Home Economics u . MURPHY J. TRAHAN, Biloxi, Business Adminisfrafion, Della Sigma Pi Presidenf, JO ANN TRIESCHMANN, Blylheville, Ark., Music, Chi Omega Presi, denf, Phi Della Rho Presidenf, Vesper Choir, Soulhern Singers, Choral Union, Sfudenf Council, Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sifies, ANN TURMAN, Laurel, Elemenfary Educafion, CHARLES WESLEY TURNER, Laurel, Psychology, Psychology Club Presidenf, Special Educalion Department Assisfanl, WILLIAM E. TURNER, Summif, Foreign Service, Phi Kappa Tau, Wesf- minsfer Fellowship, lnfernafional Relafions Club, Pi Delfa Phi. SEVENTH ROW: WYNDELL A, VARNER, Laurel, Business Adminislralion, Della Siqma Pi, B.S.U., Tennis Team, MERLE JACK VOLLMER, Jackson, Accounling, Kappa Alpha, Della Sigma Pi Treasurer, Vesper Choir, Choral Union. DAVID LEE WALKER, Alexandria, La., Physical Educafion, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega Presidenf, Sludenl Chrisfian Federalion Presiclenf, Foofball, Baseball, "M" Club, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universifies. ERNEST ORELL WATKINS, Moselle, Psychology, Psychology Club. NELDA WATKINS, Moss-Ile, Home Economics Educalion, B.S.U., Home Economics Club, JIMMY E, WEBB, Ouifman, Geology, Alpha Phi Omega, B.S.U. THE SENIOR CII-ISS Spikes Sfanford Sfegall Sfrain Sfribling Sfrickland G. Sumrall L. J, Sumrall Swelman Templelon Terry Tharpe Threadgill Thurman Tierce Townsend Trahan Trieschmann Varner Vollmer Walker 55 W3 flu J W 9' a -,fr fee. f 1 -w,- ' FQ fs? WY Q- K ze, - . . P 4 - f 1 f X V-bf ,. I X f X X AW X , K V Q f ,iv 1 X 3 NK X X ' K' 2 X f N X Q X M K X Q x V, ,af ,ang .lp 47.5, ww' , Q gp av ,V Al rv Sl-' .'. ,K Es- ' . ff 9 KS?" 71 Q 3 Xvfm ' V1 R., Q in hw K vb .f:.. , Q.-Q a M3 J X l 251 , .VL h 4, .wif ' Q 5' -5 1 x f pr 1 Xi a 'Q bv ' ef 153 ' W, . qslng '55 Wx 421-' 1 ,. ' X WH 'J' l C. A -. 1 'Ln " ff l ' 5 ' P , lk, . I , M ,N , X x X ,Gif I 'vw 6,f',,5:f J ...lf W W 62 ,V If if ' :fx ,W A- K ifnm I-ua.:-f 5 If C. A. Slewarl W. G. Slewarl Sliglefs Slrong A. J. Sullivan C. Sullivan Sykes Tanl Taylor, Jr. Tl"omas Thornlon Thrash Timbes Torres Touchslone Turman W. Turner W, E. Turner O. Walkins N. Walkins Webb THE SENIOR CLASS FIRST ROW: SIDNEY W. WELCH, Mendenhall, Marlelinq and Merchandisinq, Della Sigma Pi, House Comrnillee Chairman, Senior Warden, DOROTHY ANN WESTMORELAND, Tupelo, Home Economics Educa- Iion, Home Economics Club, Weslminsler Fellowship. VIRGINIA WHATLEY, Louisville, Business Educalion, FAYE WHITE, Philadelphia, English. MILTON FALKNER WHITE, Columbiana, Ala., Physical Education, "M" Club, Sludenl Council. WILLIAM WICKER, Burns, Hislory. SECOND ROW: MRS, VERNA F. WILBORN, Poplaryille, Home Economics, Home Ecol nomics Club. HAROLD WILDER, Tupelo, History. MRS. HAROLD WILDER, Tupelo, Enqlish, BILL WILLIAMS, Jackson, Business Aclminislrafiong Pi Kappa Alpha Prezidenl, Alpha Phi Omega, Pi Kappa Della, l.F.C., Sfudenl Council. We Irnow you're a sergean+, Erslson. DOT WILLIAMS, McComb, Business Educalion, WILLIAM C. WILLIAMSON, Kosciuslrog Recrealion, Kappa Alpha, P.E. Club, THIRD ROW: LUCILLE WOOD, Louisville, Healfh and Physical Eoucaliong P.E. Club, W.A.A. PAUL WOODS, Halfiesburqg Business Adminisfrarion, EMOGENE WOODWARD, Ovellg Enqlish. MARGARET FAYE WRIGHT, Halliesburqj Business Educalion, Phi Mu Treasurer, Presidenf, Sfudenl Council, Pan-Hellenic Council Reporler, Treasurer, Choral Union, Pi Omega Pi Vice-Presidenf, Sophomore Class Vice-Presidenl, Disciple Sludenf Fellowship Presidenl, PARHAM YOUNG, Luflrin, Tex., Marlceling and Merchandising, Alpha Tau Omega. THEOLENE JOHNSON, Smilhyilleg Malhemalics, FOURTH ROW: JAMES MAVIN RUSSELL, Haffiesburq, Heallh and Physical Educalion. PETE RUSSELL, Jackson, Business Adminislraliong Della Sigma Pi, Paul Harvey dines al Wimpy's. X Welch Wesfmoreland Whafley Wilborn H. Wilder Mrs. H. Wilder Wood Woods Woodward J. M. Russell v'4kVF' . 7' AAN ' ,vu w, x l ,. I ,A J ' ' ff 5 'Agf' I W9 4f.k"' . .. f .. . V ' 'f' 1 1..53:3,,. ' 5 lf! 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Havens, .Vice-Presidenlg ' Wayne Wood, S.C.R.g Billie Glen Ellis, Treasurer. Nol' Plclured' Martha Traylor, Secretary. Firsl Row: HERBERT ADAMS . . ELSIE AIKENS . ..,. . JERRY ALEXANDER , . WILLIAM WALLACE ALLRED ROBERT H. ANDERSON, JR. JO ANN ARMSTRONG .... DORRANCE AULTMAN . . . BOBBIE JOANNA BACON . Second Row: WINNIEFRED BAGGETT . . BILLIE GWEN BAILEY . . TOM BALINGTON . . . AUGUSTUS F. BALL . . MILDRED BALLARD . FRANK D. BARBER , CHARLES BARKER . RACHEL BARKER , . Third Row: MARTHA BARRON . . WILLIAM BASS .... EARNESTINE BATSON . . . ROBERT WALTON BEAM . . LAURA SUE BEASLEY . . JIM BEECH ... ... JAMES I-I. BELDING . . HOWARD BEST, JR. . Fourlh Row: EVELYN VERMELL BISHOP DAVID G. BLANKENHORN ROSE ELAIN BLUE ,.... BETTY BOLAND ...... MARTHA BOLAND . . JOHN S, BOYKIN . MILTON BOYLES . . . KATHRYN BRADY .. Fiflh Row: GILBERT W. BRANTLEY . JIMMY C, BRASHIER. . EDWINIA BREAZEALE . . C, H, BRECKENRIDGE . . . GERALDINE BREELAND . BARBARA BREITLING , . DOROTHY BRIDGES . . LLOYD D, BRINKMAN . , THE . . . . Gulipori . , Hafliesburg . . Monirose .,. ...Collins . . Mobile, Ala, . . . . Forkville . . . Sumrall . McComb . , Leaksville . Sylvarerla . . Poplarville . . Leaksville . . , Fayelle . . Hailiesburq . . Columbia . . Hazlehursf . . Halliesburg , , , . . Biloxi . , Wiggins . . McComb . . Seminary . . . , Laurel . , Heidelberg , . . Mobile, Ala. ......LaureI Birmingl"iam, Ala. ......LaureI . . . Halliesburq . . Hafliesburg . .Se-Ima, Ala. , . . Magee . , Summit . , . . . Madden , EI Dorado, Ark. , . . Philadelphia . . Hafliesburg . . . . Tylerfown Grand Bay, Ala, . . . , . . Purvis . . , Pascaqoula Sixlh Row: MILDRED JOANA BROCK . DIXIE BRONSON ...., THOMAS C, BROOKS . H. FRENCH BROWN . . JOE C, BROWN . . . ARTHA BRYANT ..... ELLA E, BUNCH .... . REGINALD D. BUTLER, JR.. Sevenlln Row: BARBARA BYRD . . . BONNIE JEAN BYRD . . ROSS CARTER . . THELMA CARTER . . JOYCE CAVES . . . LEONARD CAVES . . . MARY ANNE CHAVERS CLEWIS CLARK , . , Eighlh Row: GLORIA VANECE CLAY . PATSY CLEVELAND . . , . WILLIAM CLEATUS COOK B ETTY COATS ........ KAY COKER . . . MARY C. COLE .... MERLE COLE .....,, MILDRED ANN COLLINS . . Nin+In Row: MRS, GWENDOLYN W, CONERLY . . CHARLES B, COOK ........ JOYCE COOLEY .... JOHNNIE CORDELL . . GORDEAN COULTER . . , VIRGINIA ALICE COURTNEY DAPHNE COVINGTON . . . BETTY EARLE CRAFT , . Tenlh Row: BETTY CRAIG ,,.... HENRIETTA CROWELL . NILES D. CRUTHIRDS . , JOAN DAUGHDRILL , . FRANCES DAVIDSON . . OUIDA DAVIS . . , ARTHUR H. DeROSIER , DONALD G, DRISKELL . .J r ,e I QV- ' .3 3 fi r' we-..ef . .-. Q af - 'I , . Tylerlown . . . McComb . , , Luceclale , . Destin, Fla. Flornalonl Ala. . , Pascaqoula . . Waynesboro . . . . . Pefal . ,,., Biloxi . Collinsville . . McLaurin , , Pascaqoula , Waynesboro . . . Laurel . McNeill . Slonewall . , . Laurel . . . Decalur . . Mendenhall . . Columbia . , . Jackson . . Halliesburg . . . , Collins . . EIIISVIIIE' . , . Jayesa . . . 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VERKUEL EUBANKS ,, Second Row: BARBARA FARRAR .... IRMA LUCILLE FERGUSON ELLAWEES FARRELL . . . ANNE FIELDS ,..... JAMES FORTINBERRY . ALFRED FOY .A,.. GEORGIA FRANKLIN , , SHARON FRANKLIN , . Third Row: SUE FREELAND .... SUE FROST ..,.,,., LOIS ANNITA FULTON . . BETTYE SUE GAMBLE . , FREDA GARDNER .... JIMMY GARNER ..... MARY JANE GARNER . . IDA LAURA GARRAWAY , Fourlh Row: ELLA FRANCES GINN . . GILBERT GINN ..... SIDNEY GINSBERG .... THOMAS OTHO GODFREY R. D.GOFF .... JAMES C. GRAHAM . , . L, W, GRAHAM .,.,... KATHARINE GRANTHAM Fifth Row: BOBBY GRAY .... ESTHER GREEN .... FRANCES GRIFFITH . . MARILYN GRISSOM . . LULA MAE GUILOTTE . , GEORGE L. HAILEY . . ROY W. I-IAINES . . CAROLYN HALL . JUNIIIR CLASS Cilronellel Ala. . . . Lucedale . . . Meridian Cryslal Springs , . , lfla Bena . , , Carlhage . . Carthage . , Lucedale , Lepanlo. Ark. . Mobile, Ala. . . Brandon . . . , Ecru . , Balesville . . Sumrall , . Lucedale . . ,Jackmon , . Lucedale . . l-lalliesburg . , Philadelphia . . Greenwood . . . , . Union . . . Biloxi . . Prenliss . , Brooklyn . . . Kokomo . . . , Kokomo Brooklyn, N.Y. . . . .Tupelo , . . Laurel , , . , Richlon . . Coden, Ala. . , , Collins , . . .Jackson . ,,.. Hazelhursl Cryslal Springs . , Summerland , . . , Gaufier . . Louisville . . . Lucedale . . Hazelhursl Sixlh Row: ROBERT L. HALL GAVIN HAMILTON , X. L. HANCOCK ..u, JOE R, HANKINS , EDWARD EARL HARPER . ROBERT HARPER . . . . , ERNEST LAWRENCE I-IARRINGTON MARY ELLA HARRISON .,.,., Sevenlh Row: WILL R, HARRISON PATRICIA ANNE HARVEY ERSKINE HAVENS ..,,. BILL HAYS . .,., . GLORIA HENSARLING . GLADYS HENTCHEL . . TRUEL DWIGHT HICKS , WILLIAM EARL HILL , Eighlh Row: STANISLAUS HOEY . , JEANNETTE HOGUE . CYNTHIA HOLCOMBE , . AL JEAN HOLIFIELD , EDNA HOLLINGSWORTH PAUL HOLMES . . . MARY ANNE HOOD . . ANN HORNE . Ninlh Row: JUNE HOWELL. , . , . SAMMIE ELLEN IRVING . JAMES HOWARD ISHEE WILLIAM H. JACOBS . JOHN G. JAMES , . . ANTHONY JIMINEZ . JIMMY JONES . . , ANCE A. JORDAN . . Tenlh Row: ROBERT L. JORDAN, JR, ROBERT KARCHER ,.,. JEANNE CARROLL KENNEDY . . A, J, KILPATRICK ,..,., OVELAR KING . . . ANN KIRKPATRICK . . . HERBERT KNOTTS . . ALLEN BROOKS KROHN Georgelown Falrhope, Ala. . SUVTIVTIII Bazferville Flora Hafliesburq . l'loflie'.l0urq Waynezloom I-lolelliurul Liberty , Hafliezburg . . Gullporl Pefal . Pelal . Laurel Memphis, Tenn, I-lafliesburq . Carlhage Mobile, Ala, . . Laurel Decafur Hafliesburq Biloxi Halfiesbum . Vosaburq Kosciuiko . Laurel Meadville . . Hazelhursl . . . Biloxi I-lalliesburq Laurel . , . . Laurel Mobile. Ala. . Brookhaven Philadelphia , . , Crosby . Noxapaler Bay Sprinqi Wiqoinf. Lel's live il' up! Gee, lanks. Kruger Kyzar Ladner Lamberl Loflin Long Lowe Luke Magee Maiors Manqum Maples Mays McCain McCann McCarfy McDonald McGee McGrady MCG-rew Meek Mellon Miller Mims Morris Mosley Mozingo Mulllgan Neill Nelson I, R. Nichols T. Nichols Opperman O'Quinn Pace D. 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A C2 ZA, gg- -. iq- 'TY i Lt -' I ' 64 A4 Lasley Lawrence Leach Livingslon Lyon Lyons E. Magee J. Magee Mapp Marshall Mason Mays McCoy McCraine McCrimmon McCulIouch McKee McKenzie McNair McQueen Moody Moffelf H. Moore W. B. Moore E. E. Murray R. Murray Myers Morgan Nicholson Null O'Keefe Oliver G. Parker W. Parker Parsons Pallerson. Jr, Presley J. Price V. Price Priesl Whal did you say? Firsl Row: DONALD KRUGER . . CAROLYN KYZAR . . CHRISTINE LADNER . . . GRADY LAMBERT .,.., MARTIN EUGENE LASLEY LOU LAWRENCE . , , . JAMES S. LEACH .... JERRY LIVINGSTON , , Second Row: KATHLEEN LOFLIN . OUINTA LONG . . . HAROLD L, LOWE . . ROYCE LUKE ,... DELTON LYON . JERRY LYONS . . EDITH MAGEE . . JEWEL MAGEE , . Third Row: JOYCE CONNELL MAGEE WALLACE MAJORS , . . ROBERT W, MANGUM , . JO LEE MAPLES , , . JACOUELINE MAPP . . DONALD MARSHALL . , ROBERT L, MASON , , . STEELE MAYS . . . Fourlh Row: JAMES MAYS . . , EDWARD MCCAIN . . BILL MQCANN . . , JEAN MQCARTY ,.... FITZ L, McCOY . ,... . MARION RAY MCCRAINE ALBERT M, MCCRIMMSON JANE MCCULLOUGH , . Fillh Row: HOYLE MCDONAID . . YVONNE MCGEE . . . MARY ANN MQGFADY . . NANCY JANE MQGREW . CHARLES A, McKEE .... CARROLL MCKENZIE . , . CHARLES LAVON MQNAIR JAMES MCOUEEN ,.,. Balon Rouge, La. . . Bogue Chiilo , . Lumberlon , . .Jayess . . Soddy, Tenn. . . . Edwards . Walnuf Grove I . . .Crosby . . , . , Slar . . Smilhyille . . . Poplaryille . , Philadelphia , . . . Laurel . . Gulfporf , . Collins , . Collins . . Tylerlown Gulfporl . , Mendenhall . Perlcinslon . Halliesburq , Philadelphia , Foley, Ala. . Clarlfsdale . . . , Lena , . Jackson .So:inghiII, Ala, . . . . Louin , . . Lake . . Cenfreville . . Carrie-re , . Louisville , , Lumberlon . , , . Guliporl . Savannah, Ga. , . Seminary . . . . Laurel , . I-lalliesburg . . , . Union . . Picayune Sixlh Row: PATRICIA MEEK , , JANIE MELTON . . KATIE M, MILLER . . DOUG MIMS ,....,. HERSHEL L. MOFFETT . . ALLEN L, MOODY . . HAZEL MOORE . . . WALLACE B. MOORE . . Sevenlh Row: CAROLYN MORRIS ..,. FRANCES MOSLEY ..,... Z, I MARTIN DRAUGHON MOZINGO . . BILLY MULLIGAN ..... ELEANOR E. MURRAY , . RUTH MURRAY . . BECKY MYERS , . . JESSIE MORGAN ,. Eighlh Row: JOHN D. NEILL , . JANICE NELSON . . . JOHN R. NICHOLS . I TRAVIS NICHOLS . , . , DAVID NICHOLSON , . . MONNA LAVELLE NUTT . JOHN I., O'I4EEEE , . . JACK OLIVER Ninlh Row: PEGGY OPPERMAN . I , ELIZABETH O'OUINN . . , BRANTLEY BARNARD PACE DORIS PARKER ....,. GLYNDOL PARKER. , . WALTER PARKER ..,., ROSE EVELYN PARSONS . HOWARD LAMONT PATTERSON, JR, . , Tenlh Row: BARBARA PEASTER . , DORMAN POPE . . RAY POUNDS .... BILL H, POWELL ,... HAROLD G, PRESLEY . . JOE PRICE ..,.... VIVIAN PRICE , . . HARRY L, PRIEST. . The Showboal Shag. . . Laurel , Pachula . ,Shugualal . , Greenwood , , Stonewall , . .Columbia . Wiggins . . Laurel . . Booneville Halliesburg I-Iailiesburg . , Laurel . . . Vidalia, Lo. . . Summerland . . , Magee . . . Newlon Philadelphia. Pa. Pascagoula Taylorsville, Miss. . A . Magee , . . , . Laurel Pelhalchie Eael Orange, N,J. . Meridian , , Redwood , Church Hill . Halliesburq , Long Beach . . . . Puryl-3 . . Bay Springs . . . Raymond . Haliiesburq . Yazoo Cily . , Philadelphia . Waynesboro . . Carriere . . Piclens , . Newlon Magnolia . Willfinaon THE JUNIOR CLASS i fAn.a,:4 f-.-fr H14 PF X I vie 4 5 , 'Z'-fi ' 'K . I. mf, it C. Ragqio Mrs. D, Raggio Rafliff Rayborn Reynolds Richard Rigdon Riley Roper Ross Rouse Rush D. J, Shoemaker M. B, Shoemaker M, Shoemaker Shows Skipper Shefield J. K. Smith J. Smith Sievenson G. M. Sfewarf M. J, Stewart Siorey Sylvesfer Taylor Temple Tew Tillery Tinnin Tisdale Toelke Trawick Trevilion, Jr, Turman Turner Vance Waggener Waldrup J. M, Walker X2 .Z A -v 7 77 f f 1, 5 y , ,. ' 5 y A R ,R 1 ,X If 4. V Q Q ',i Q Q ,Ks UU' 1 ' KY if f I F - 6 X S 1 ' sf gsfgjl J if - A ' N E1 W L' 5' fs., xx! 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Q. ff' 2 , ' is R J J ' Q AJJIX1 nrima 'Mb -. 66 Read Reeves Reinhart Revon Roberts Robinson, Jr. Rodqers Rogers Samples Sconiers Scott Segrest R. T. Simmons W. L, Simmons Simpson Skellie T, V. Smith Sorrels Sproles St. Amant Sullivan I, A, Sumrall S. R. Sumrall V. C. Sumrall H. E, Thomas R. Thomas Thornhill Thornton Tomblin Tomlinson Toomey Traylor Tynes Uchello Usher Vale O. Walker Walley Walters Ward THE First Row: CHARLIE RAGGIO ...... MRS. DARRIS MCREE RAGGIO FLUVIA JAN RATLIFF .... ALMA JEAN RAYBORN . . EDDIE READ. . . .,. E. C. REEVES ...... BILL REINHART , . NICK REVON . , Second Row: PETE REYNOLDS . . . JOHNNIE RICHARD . . BENNIE RIGDON . . . GWENDOLYN RILEY . . . ANNIE LAURIE ROBERTS . , . JAMES V. ROBINSON, JR. . . WILMER LEE RODGERS . . FRANK ROGERS ..... Third Row: MARTHA MARILYN ROPER . . ERNEST L. ROSS ....... MARY LOU ROUSE . . . BOBBY RUSH ....... JOYCE LYNN SAMPLES . . W. LLOYD SCONIERS . . HAROLD GENE SCOTT . . VIRGINIA SEGREST . . Fourth Row: DOROTHY JANE SHOEMAKER MONA BERNICE SHOEMAKER MYRA SHOEMAKER .,... JAMES MYRON SHOWE . . RALPH T. SIMMONS . . WILLIAM L. SIMMONS , . BETTY JO SIMPSON . . . MARGARET SKELLIE . . Fifth Row: MARY DEAN SKIPPER ..... JUNIOR CLASS . . . Hazelhurst . Crystal Springs . . . Brookhaven . . . . . Sumrall . . Bay Springs . , . Hattiesburg . . . . . Mobile, Ala. New Orleans, La. . . Waynesboro . . . Gulfport . . . Hickory . . , Columbia . . . Liberty , . . . Magee . . Hattiesburg , . Hattiesburg . . Hazelhurst . . Kewanee . , . .Gulfport , . Hattiesburg . . Picayune . . . Biloxi . . McComb . . McBride . . Hattiesburg . . . . Newton . , Bay Springs . . New Hebron . . . . Laurel . . Meridian , . . Gulfport . . Long Beach . . Poplarville Sixth Row: JERRY STEVENSON ...... GROOMES MARVIN STEWART MARY JOAN STEWART .... BOB STOREY ..... PAUL SULLIVAN . . , IRIS APLIN SUMRALL , , SIDNEY R. SUMRALL .... VIRGINIA CLAIRE SUMRALL. Seventh Row: JAMES SYLVESTER , . . KARI JEAN TAYLOR . . BETTY JEAN TEMPLE . , NELLIE TEW ...,.. HAROLD E, THOMAS , . RUTH THOMAS .... SYHLE THORNHILL . . . JACK A, THORNTON . . Eighth Row: JOAN TILLERY . . PEGGY TINNIN .... CURTIS M, TISDALE . . VIRGINIA TOELKE . , MARY TOMLIN ...... HARRIET TOMLINSON . . ERSKON TOOMEY . , MARTHA TRAYLOR . , Ninth Row: BETTYE TRAWICK ...., THOMAS TREVILIONI JR. , JOY TURMAN ....,. JACKIE TURNER . DONALD TYNES .... LOUIS C. UCHELLO . . HELEN ANN USHER . . DIXIE JEAN VALE . . Tenth Row: WANDA VANCE ...., New . Columbia Hattiesburg Lumberton Gulfport . . , Mize Hattiesburg Sumrall MFfrii'Ii8rl . Delta City . , , Isola . Kosciusko , . Riehton Philadelphia . Pachuta . . Surnrnit . , Laurel , , . Laurel . , Meridian Hattiesburg Orleans, La. . . McCool , . Jackson Hattiesburg Wilson, Ark. , . Dalore Port Gibson . . , Tupelo . . . Laurel . Poplarville , . . Biloxi . . . Chunky Urbana, Ill. ,Collinsville ROSIE MORRIS SHEFIELD . . . . . .Gulfport BARTHEL WAGGONER . . . . . . Ludlow JAMES KENNETH SMITH . . . . Hattiesburg JO ANNE WALDRUP ..., ..... S oso JOAN SMITH ......., . . Inverness JOHN MICHAEL WALKER . . . , Hattiesburg TOMMIE VAUDELL SMITH . . . . Poplarville OTTO WALKER ........ .... M aqee DONNA SORRELS .... .... G loster WILL D. WALLEY .... ..... R ichton JOHN SPROLES ..... . . Brookhaven CHARLES WALTERS . . . . Hattiesburg HERBERT E, ST. AMANT . . , . . Biloxi DOYCE WARD , . . lndianola Burp, excuse me. Now where does this go? ugh l 7 1 AA ' Ward .R - . K Weaver X D Q gs - V Webb X A cf: A " Weiss 4 il ' r C, T, Wllll6l'T1S Jr. Q A is I 1 J. A. Willnams bf 2 f f . A , ,,,,-71 lsr Q., M, C. Wnllxams N :M ' Williamson 'hy V fl X e W 3 W W ff Wood g -5, xx Wood beck 0 X Worlhinglon ' 'ff f 241 ' LQ '-sa A ' Es, Miss. High School Band Day, I952. Qi' . x,,- , 542-' E - 1 A QQ. .. T N 9 Q9 Y .xv- , g- S. 5-az Qi 'Hx 2 ,S ,Xu , X eff!--I V -Q 5 .Q I ' 1 ', . Q' if... ' . W "V , . 'rl t- L 4 R . - -Q I' Nu .,- s ,., E - , A ' l ' 'f ' -ff ' fl LL ., is hwsf 9. I 'p A nil' A 'I 68 aC -x fl , ,. I J' " e- f . 'ani , I l l l l l l r l I l l I K l Werfhner Whiffingfon Wilkinson Willemoes Willoughby Wilson Willshire Windham Yales Yeafes Young 125 f I I M im if Y 1- T" ..:.,f Zia! 5 , . 9, I A .. vzmkqxiwkwv iimwwv 1 A T Ti f A 19' A f 'Rv lk , A H , ' sm. I . ' ' To +he vicior belongs Ihe spoils. . . . and a Happy New Year! Firs'I Row: VIRGINIA WARD , . DIANE WEAVER . . ZAIDEE WEBB ....... CHARLES WEISS ........ WALTER JOSEPH WERTHNER . . JEAN ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON BEN WILKINSON ........ BEVERLY WILLEMOES . . Second Row: CECIL T. WILLIAMS, JR. . JAMES A. WILLIAMS . . . . Marks . . .Jackson . . . Gulfport . . .Gulfporl . . . . . Biloxi Savannah, Ga. . . . . Glosfer . . Wiggins . . . Laurel , . Columbia MARY CATHERINE WILLIAMS CHARLES WILLIAMSON .. BETTY WILLOUGHBY . . MARGARET WILSON . BILL WILTSI-IIRE ...... MARTHA F. WINDHAM . . Third Row: W. WAYNE WOOD . . , JAY WOODBECK ...,. BICHETTE WORTHINGTON . . BILLY RAY YATES ,.... SARAH YEATES ...... JIMMY YOUNG . . We wanf more mea+! Bring on Ole Miss and Cow CoIIiI'ch! 1,---1 . . . Union , . . Purvis Bogue Chillo Halliesburq . . Magnolia I-IaHiesburg . Brookhaven I-Ialliesburg , Greenville . . Pollrville . Moorhead . . Collins 5?.f.,.... ,-,-f-W-,..N THE SUP Firsf Row: FERREL L. ABEL . . PHYLLIS ALFONSO V.., LEON F. ALLEN, JR, . . . . PAUL DELANO ALLEN, JR. . ALVA C, ALLUMS ...., JAMES AMASON ,.... ANNE ANGELL . . . WILLIAM G. BAG-BY . . FLOYD D, BAILEY .... MARY JANE BAILEY . . Second Row: ROBERT T' BASSETT . . LUCY JEAN BELL .... ELIZABETH BENNETT . . JAN BERRIER ,.... JAMES R, BEXLEY . . LINDA ANN BILBO . . RUTH BINKLEY . . . WILEY BISHOP . . . RUTH BLACKLEDGE . . HENRY L. BLOUNT . . Third Row: HOLLIE T. BOND, JR. . SARAH BOND ..,.. SPURGEON BRADLEY . . SUE BRADLEY ...,, ANN BRASWELL . . . TOMMY BRASWELL , . SUZANNE BRISTOW . . . MARTIN E. BROWNING . PATSY BRUMFIELD . . . FRANKLIN BRYANT . . Fourlh Row: MARY FRANCES BUCHANAN HUMURE CLASS . . . . Biloxi , . Gulfporl . . , , Biloxi . . Cenlreville . . Leakesville . . . . Mize . . . Fayefle . , Hafiiesburq . . Raymond . . Tylerlown . . Long Beach ..,,.EIheI , . Haifiesburg . . Halliesburg . . . McLain . . Magnolia . . Vossburg . . Magee , . , . Laurel . . Halfiesburg . . . Wiggins . , . . Laurel . . Brookhaven . . Millry, Ala. . . Sunflower . . . Jackson . . . Lucedale . Mobile, Ala. . . . . Liberty . . . Collins , . Vicksburg Sixlh Row: SARA JANE CRAIG . . JOAN CRAWFORD . . JULIA CROPPER ,..., BETTY CROSLEY ,,,...... WILLARD CUMBERLAND ,... MARTHA SUSAN CUNNINGHAM KENNETH DALTON CURRY . . . MILDRED DALE ...,. MARY LOU DAVIS . . CHARLES DAY . . Sevenlh Row: PATSY DEES ,.... CLAUDE W. DELK . . . VIRGINIA DeMENT . . CAROL J. DEMY ...,. BUFORD DICKINSON ,..., WILLIAM B, DILLINGHAM , . CECELIA DOBY ....... GLYN DRAUGHN .... LEONARD DUFF , . BETTYE DULIN . Eighrh Row: JAMES EARLIE DURHAM, JR. . J, MARK DURAN ....... MARY FRANCES EASON . . JOSEPHINE EVES ...., MAL ENGLISH ..... ANN GAY ESTES ..... VIRGINIA ETHERIDGE . . STEVE FAZIO ,..., WARREN FERRET. . CLAY FIELDS .....,., Ninlh Row: LOTTIE JEAN GILLINGAME , . MARY FOKES ,... BARBARA FORTENBERRY , . RONALD M. FOURNIER . , EVELYN LOUISE FRANCIS . . JOSEPHINE FRAZIER . . . SUE CAROL FREEMAN . . BEVERLY FURR ..... MARGUERITE G-ANDY . BILLY BUFKIN ..,.,,, . , Vicksburg MEREDITH BURCH ..... , . McComb DAVID E, BURKE . . , . Hafliesburg JOYCE BUTLER , , . , . Columbia ELOISE CALMES . . . . . Macon MARJORIE CARROLL . . . . Vicksburg MARY ELLEN CHAPMAN . . . . .Jackson WESLEY CLARK ..... ,,.. B elzoni GRACE . . . ,Harperville Fiflh Row: JANE COGHLAN . . . . Philadelphia JACKIE COLE ..... BARBARA COLEMAN . . . . Whisllerl Ala. JUNE COLLIER . . . . . . Brooklyn BILLY COLLINS ,... ..,.. M arks THOMAS COLLINS . , , . . Halliesburg HAMP COOK ..,.... . McKenzie, Ala. JANE CORDELL . . . . . . . .Glen Allan EDWARD K. COURTNEY . , . Halfiesburg SUE CRAFT ..,... . , . Tylerlown SOPHOMORE WHEELS IClockwiseI Meredifh Burch, Presidenlg Jimmy Smifh, S.C.R.g Louis Owens Hislorian' Mike Haas Vice-Presidenl. Nol Picfuredz GLADYS OUIDA G-EAN . . Tenlh Row: DOT GERRARD . . . . . GEORGENE GOETHALS . . FABIO GONCALVES ..., KENT GORDON .,,..., ROBERT B. GRAY ,..... JACOUELYN GREENOUGH RICHARD R, GRIFFITH . . . NORA GRUBBS ...,.,, ERNEST GURMAN ..... NORMAN WARD GUYTON 'Mary Ann' Lindsey, Secretary-Treasurer. You 'figure il' Qui. . . Brookhaven . . . . Laurel . . Long Beach , . . , . Challe , . Philadelphia . Savannah, Ga. , . Haiiiesburg , , . . Prenfiss . . Holly Bluff . , , Collins , . , Vancleaye . , Hafliesburg . . Hafliesburg . Louisville, Ky, . , I-lalliesburg . . . . . Laurel . . Waynesboro . . . . Richlon . . Columbia . . . Pefal . , . . .Crosby Dearborn, Mich. . . . Sebaslopol . . Waynesboro . . Hattiesburg . . , , . Biloxi . . . Charleslon . Brooklyn, N.Y. . . Long Beach . . . . Biloxi . . .Sumrall . . Halliesburq . . .Jackson . , , . . Biloxi . . Hafliesburg . , Hafliesburg . . . . . Laurel . , Hollandale . . Seminary . . Nalchez . . . Canlon . . . Gulfport . . Haliiesburq . , . . . . Pelal . . Waynesboro . . Pascagoula . Orlando, Fla. . . . Magee . . . .Jackson . . I-lollandale Abel Alfonso L. F. Allen Jr. P. D. Allen Jr Allums Bassell' Bell Bennefl Berrier Bexley H, T, Bond Jr S. Bond S. Bradley Sue Bradley A. Braswell Buchanan Bufkin Burch Burke Bufler Coghlan Cole Coleman Collier B, Collins Craig Crawford Cropper Crosley Cumberland Dees Dellr DeMenf Demy Dickinson Lk F ., . 'ww f ' 'Jr' f w., A Q X , ff ' X 'il 5 l . AA mlm A . .z A f-H , La- 93, l ,fn .1!.,p.:?':.i G' y i ' Xii. viral' 1 , 3 5 r 1 -',- - r- Q i C i E X X , - 5 gl- '1 l x 4 ':.:. H I E If ,E ,, I K Q , 2 ,. , ,, X Q f fr? 'aw lah, 4 F ' ' H ' Q wig f .Qi 1 ' ' ' M, MMQW, 43 P4 , W0 bf ... , . 'H+ V. if bf 'if' ,gf ' fi? .Ql- xv Q' ,fi 1 'ge- 96'- f,z V X x. x 1- , , P of mas. Ki D f., ff-' :QQ . , j va if fin. I: l 1 L -1 Q N xx s. Xiw . in is X 'Z ' X x f .55 , L 'Sr X X . V 5 V. l Q Q f :Q , if X7 A Q' g X we by 'wi l .X Sf 4' ,N F X ,, 1 5, W lv ' , if 5 f ' j , A rv, is 'Q-ri! feje . as . . e' -fu k EW-if ' C an 7 ' 'Nr inf: 5 Amason Angell Baqby F. D. Bailey M. J, Bailey Bilbo Binkley Bishop Blackledqe Blounl T. Braswell Brislow Browning Brumfield Bryan? Calmes Carroll Chapman Clark Cochran T. Collins Cook Cordell Courlney Cralf Cunningham Curry Dale Davis Day Dillingham Doby Draughn Duff Dulin Esles Efheridge Faxio Ferref Fields Frazier Freeman Furr G,-andy Gean Greenouqh Griffilh Grubbs Gurman Guyfon FURNITURE I, I+'s in 'Ihe book. Firsl Row: MIKE HAAS . , CATHERINE E. HAGERMAN . . BOBBY HALL . . , . . . SYD HALL , MICKY HARRINGTON , . PEGGY JOAN HART . BILLY HARVEY . WALTER B. HARVEY, JR. . , AARON J, HEARN . . MARY MARTHA HEMETER . , Second Row: GENE WEBB HILLER BEN HILLSMAN . BOBBIE HINTON SAMMY HINTON . DICK HOBBS . FRANCES LEE HOLIFIELD NADENE HOUSTON ...,, BOB HOWIE . . VIVIAN NORINE HUDSON JAMES H. HUTCHINSON, JR, Third Row: PHYLLIS IMBRAGULIO WILLIAM BOYD JACKS HAL JACKSON . HOWARD JACKSON ,.,. L. L, JOHNSON . . RICHARD M. JOHNSON JR, .IAMES ISAAC JOHNSTON, JR, I . f JOYCE ANN JONES DICK JORDAN . , GORDON JUSTICE . . Fourlh Row: ANGELE ANN KAZAR GLOYCE KENNEDY , . JOY KESSLER . ALLISON KILLINGSWORTH JOHN PAUL KING . SYBIL KIRK . RAY KNIGHT HELEN KNOBLOCH . KENNETH KOCH PATTY LANCASTER Fiffh Row: NATALIE E. LANGLEY . . CHRISTINE LEHMANN , BARBARA LENAZ JOHN W. LEWIS, JR. MARY THERESA LEWIS DUANE LIGHTY . MARY ANN LINDSEY , ANN LITTLE , . . LIJCILE LOCKE DON LCINIEWINAIPE .1 , 4 ffl!! 6418 Bay Sl. Louis Halfiesburq , . . Mobile . . Foresr Haffiesburo , . Gulfporl . . Liberty . Tylerfown . Laurel I-lalliesburq BIIOXI Columbus Bay Springs Bay Springs , . Jackson . . . Laurel . . Serninarv Jackson POr'r Gibson . Jackson Laurel Bay SI, Louis Liberty Philadelphia , . Gulfporl Laurel Porl Gibson Columbia . Pascaqoula . Tchula Mendenhall HaIIiesburq Soeman Monlicello , Doddsville Meridian Gulfporl Halliesburq Halliesburw . Jackson Fayette- , Gullporl . Laurel S-Traisola, Fla. McComb Jackson . Booaluia Sunfor-l . NAI-:hm Brewing a baich of kickapoo icy iuice. Sixih Row: GERALD LOTT ..... BILLIE M, LOWERY . . JAMES LOWERY , . . FRANK LOVELL . . JAMES E, LYONS . . SYBLE MAGEE . JOAN MANGUM .. SAL MANNINO . . , JOHN MAROTTA . . , CHARLES A, MARX . SevenIh Row: CAROLE MASSEY . . , KENNETH MASSEY . . RAYMOND MATHERS , PAYE MAXEY , . NORMAN MQCOLLUM , . LESTER EARL MCGEE . , WALLACE J, MCGILL . . JOHN McGOWAN JAMES GARY MCGREGOR HOMER ELLIS MCILWAIN Eigh'Ih Row: BILLY MQLAURIN . BOB MCLEAN . . . LEISA MCNEELY . , . EDWARD MCRAE . . RICHARD MEADOWS . . LEWIE MERRILL . , . LIBBY ANN MESSER i . SAMMY JOE MILEY , . ROBERT H, MILSTED . . CHARLES MIZE , . . NinIh Row: WILLIAM C. MONK . , . CLARA JEAN MOODY . MARY HELEN MOODY . HARVEY J. MOORE . JULIA ALICE MORRIS , . GARRETT MOZINGO . JACKIE MUELLER , . ELOUISE MULLEN . . JOE BOB MURRAY . PHYLISEE MYATT . , Tenlh Row: UYONNE MYATT , ANNE CHARLENE MYER , JOAN MYERS . . . . RUTH OLIVER . . , JIM OWENS . . .. WILLIAM J, PALMER EUGENE WEATHERFORD P JOYE PAT PARRIS . . . MARTHA PATRICK . , R, T. PATTERSON . . Seminary . . , Semlnary . , . . . Collins . . Hattiesburg , . Cairo, Ga. , . McCornb . . . Magee . . . . Gulfporl . Brooklyn, N.Y. , . Beaurrvonr . . Waynesboro . . . Mobile, Ala. . . Gulfport Chickasaw, Ala. . . . Mobile, Ala, . . Halliesburq . Mobile, Ala. . , . .Jackson . . I-Iarriesburo . . Waynesboro Collins . Columbia , . Jackson . . Pascaqoula Mendenhall . Gulfport GulIporI . Yazoo CIM . . SIaIe Line , , . Magee . . . . . Petal , , . Hub . . I-Ialliesburq . Long Beach , Tylerlown . . . Pefal . . Prichard Brookhaven . I-Iaviesburq . Noxpaler Noxapaier . . Ellisville . , .Jackson . Nalchel . Hafliesbufo . Brooklxn Mobile, Ala. I-laliiesburq . Maoee Anwcrx THE SUPHUMIJRE CLASS Haas Hagerman B. Hall S. 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HERBERT P, PRICE .,.... DOROTHY PROCTOR . . BILL PROWELL .,.. WILLIAM S, PURVIS . . BILLY PUJOL . . GERALD J. OUAVE . ROSEMARY RAWLS . . Third Row: ORA BETH ROBERTS . . SUE ROBERTS . . , JOHN S. ROBINSON . HECTOR E, ROSS ,,., LELIA RUFEIN , . . JERRY W. RUTLEDGE . . JO ANN RYAN . VIRGINIA DARE RYAN . . IRIS LYNN SAUCIER , PEGGY SAXON .... Fourlh Row: JANET H, SCHEFFLER . . BOBBY SCOTT ,.,.. WILLIAM SEAY . . . DEEDY SELLERS ...., CLIFF SESSIONS . . JOHN C. SHAMBURGER . . JUNE SHOWS ..... CYLIAN SKINNER . . . MARY SLAY . . ANN LYNN SMITH . Fifih Row: JIMMY SMITH ,.... ROY L. SMITH JOSEPHINE SPEAIRS . MARGARET SPROLES . Caracas, HUMURE CLASS . . I-lollandale . . . Nalchez , . Halliesburq . . . . Biloxi . . . Biloxi . . MI, Olive . . Greenville . . Columbia . . Jackson . . Laurel , . . . . Laurel . Mobile, Ala. . . . Columbia . . . . Jayess . . Clarksdale . , . . Lyon . . . Puckell , . Jackson . . . Biloxi . . Columbia . . . . Jackson . . Leakesville . . . . Jackson Venezuela, S.A. . , Halliesburg , , . . Jackson . , . , Jackson . . Halfiesburg . . , . Purvis . . . Benfon . . Pascagoula , . Liberfv . , Vicksburg . , Lucedale .....BolIon . , Lumberlon . . . . . Ovelf Flomalon, Ala. , Waynesboro . . . . . Biloxi . , Mendenhall . , Biloxi . . Yazoo Cilv . . Brookhaven EDGAR STARR . . . MARY STEPHENS , . ROBERT STEVENS . . GERALD SULLIVAN . . Six+l1 Row: HAROLD E. SULLIVAN , , . HARRIS SULLIVAN ..... MARY E. SULLIVAN . . . . NANCY KAY SUTHERLAND . . ERNEST SWARTZ ....... JOHN SWITZER ...... THOMAS H. TEDDER, JR. . . WILLIAM E, TEMPLE , . . STEVE TERNEY . . . . . CHARLES M, THOMAS . . Sevenlh Row: JERRY THOMPSON .,,.. PATSY TOLER ......... JUDITH TRIGG , . . . . MARIA ESTHER VALLADARES . . VIRGINIA VANN , ...... LA RITA VARNADO ..... JIMMY WAITES . . D. F. WALKER, JR. . FRED WALKER . . BILLY WALLACE . . . Eigl'1I'l1 Row: DONALD M, WALLEY . , PETTIS D. WALLEY . , . STELLA WARD . . . . . . . DOROTHY JOAN WARREN . . JAMES R. WEBB . . . . MOLLY JANE WELBORN . . JOAN WELSCH ...... BOB WEST . .... . MARRETA WHITE . , . THOMAS B. WHITEHEAD . . Nin+l1 Row: JAMES W, WHITTINGTON THOMAS MARVIN WHITTINGTOQNS ' ' LIBBY WICKER ............ JANICE WIDEMAN ....... LAURA ANN WILBER . , FREIDA WILKERSON . . . SUDIE MAE WILLIAMS . . CLAUDETTE WINDHAM . PEGGY WINDHAM . . . CHRISTINE WING . , Tenfli Row: CLIFFORD L. WOLTER . . AUDLEY STAMMREICH . . . . . Nalcliez GLORIA WOODS . . . , GUS L. STANTON . . . . . . Biloxi JOHN YOUNG . . . . Rag Mop! We wanl "DixieI" . . Pascagoula . . . . Magee . . .Arcola . . Sanford . . . . . Laurel . . Haffiesburg . , Bav Springs . . .Jackson . . . Laurel . . . Biloxi , . . . Laurel . . Hafliesburg . . Hafiiesburq . . . Laurel . . . . McComb . . , , Vicksburg . . Halliesburg El Salvador, C.A. . .Ci'rronelle, Ala. . . . Hafiiesburq . . Waynesboro . . . . Magee . . Halliesburg . . .Sanford . . Riclwlon . . Richlon . . Tunica . . Magee , . Jackson , . . .Laurel , , Haifiesburg . . Vicksburcz . . . Magee . . 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A. Brown S. J. Brown Burl' Cahill Cambell Camp D, Campbell Cargile Carney Carpenler Carrol Carler Conn J. Cook M. Cook Copeland Collen Creekmore Creel Crews Culberlson Culpepper Davidson B, E, Davis C. Davis J. E. Davis R. E. Davis Drennan Drever Dugan Jr. Eubanks Fagan THE FRE Firsl Row: JULIA TOY ACKLEN . . ROY ADAMS ....... ANNIE MERLE ALFORD . . JERRY ALLMAND .... FRANK ALONZO ...... MONA AMARAL ...... JEWELL MALCOLM ANDERS HANCEL V, ANDERSON . . EDWARD A. ANLEDGE , , JOSEPH SAMUEL ANZALONE Second Row: ANDRE ARCENEAUX . . ROBERT ARNOLD . . . JERRY D, ATWOOD . . JANICE AUSTIN . . JOY BANKS ,,.. SUJO BARDWELL . JIMMIE BARLOW .. BILLY BARRETT .... HAROLD M. BATSON . . SHIRLEY BATTY . . , Third Row: JAMES BAYLIS .... PURITY MAE BEARD ..... JOEANN BELL... DOYLE GALLOWAY BERRY HELEN BERRY ........ ROBERT BETZ .....,., CATHERINE ANNE BIANSA . ALICE ELIZABETH BIVIN . . MELVIN BLALOCK .,,,. MARK BLANKENSTEIN . . Fourlh Row: BARBARA BOARDMAN . , ANN BOND ....... GENE BONELLI ..,. GWEN BOOTH . . . DONALD BOSWELL . . JOE P. BOUNDS , . PEGGY BOWLING . . CAROLYN BOVAY . . BARBARA BOYD . . GRACE BOYD . . Fiflh Row: EUGENE BRADLEY , . . VIRGINIA BRADLEY . . JUNE BREATH , . . FRANCES BREELAND , CLAUDETTE BROWN , DOUGLAS BROWN . , JEANNE BROWN .... MICHA BROWN . , PATRICIA ANN BROWN . . SYLVIA JEAN BROWN , Sixlh Row: MERTON W. BRUSH, JR, MELVIN KELLOGG BRUSS . RONALD BRYANT , . . , EARLINE BUFKIN , FROSH OFFICERS . . Sanford , . Jackson , Tylerlown Brookhaven Mobile, Ala. . . Gulfport , . . Naichez , , Taylorsville Hafliesburq . , . Nalchez . . Bay Sl, Louis . . . Columbia , . . . Laurel , . . . Biloxi . . . Vicksburg . . Pascagoula . , Delia Cily , . . . . Sumrall , . . , Lumberlon New Orleans, La. . . Halliesburq . . Columbia . , Waynesboro . , Pascagoula . . . Perkinslon Haifiesburg . , , Indianola . . Halliesburq . . . Liberly . . Jackson . . I-Iandsboro . . . Moss Poinf . . Vicksburg . . Monlicello . . Columbus . . . , . Biloxi . . Halfiesburg , . Vicksburg , . Tylerlown . , . . Enon . , , Aberdeen , , . . Grenada . , Bay Si, Louis . , . , . Biloxi . . . Foyelfe . . . McComb . . Brookhaven . , , , Jackson , . Rolling Fork , , Lucedale , . Biloxi , . . Crosby , . . . Nafchez , Lurnberlon SHMI-IN Clll CONSTANCE BURCH . . ELAINE BURT ...... MAE JEAN CAHILL . HELEN CAMBELL . . WILLIAM G, CAMP DOT CAMPBELL . , , Sevenlh Row: SUE MARION CAMPBELL , JEANNINE CANAAN , JO CANFIELD ...... OUIDA CANTWELL . ROBERT E, CAPPS , NICKI CARGILE . . BILL CARNEY ..,,. NELLY CARPENTER . VON KYLE CARROLL JIM CARTER .... Eighlh Row: FRANCES CHIPLEY , . , MARY CAROLYN CLEMENT MARVIN HAROLD COCRAN . KATHRYN COGHLAN ...., RILEY BURNETT COLLINS . . WALTER CONN .,.,. . JIMMY COOK ..,.,. MARTHA COOK ..... MARILYN COPELAND . MILAM COTTEN , , Ninlh Row: JOAN COURTNEY . . , . ROBERT COX ...., . JERRY O. CRAFT .... MARY KATHERINE CRANFORD TED CRAWLEY ..... . . ED CREEKMORE ,.,.,. , WILLIAM DONALD CREEL , LAWRENCE M. CREWS . , JIM CULBERTSON , . , PATRICIA CULPEPPER Tenlh Row: ARTHUR DALE CURRIE . CHARLOTTE DANIELS , JOE DARNALL .... . MONA DAUGHDRILL . ANN DRURY ...,,. JOHN A. DAVIDSON BESS ELLEN DAVIS . CAROLYN DAVIS . . . . JOY E. DAVIS , , . ROBERT EUGENE DAVIS Elevenlh Row: SALLYE SUE DAVIS . , . MARVIN K. DEAN .... BETTY DENNIES . . . BARBARA ANN DICKSON . . ROBERT S. DOHERTY . . , EDNA EARL DRENNAN , . JOHN S. DREVER . . . WILLIAM M, DUGAN, JR, ZELTON K. EUBANK5 , RICHARD EAGAN SS McCain is Columbia . Gullrrofl , , ,Gullporf . , PQIIJI I-lf3IIieLbi,rg iwigqiriz Logley, Ala. Beaurnonl, Ter-5. Tylerlown . Tylerlofvn Taylorsville Hailiesburq I-Iailiezburq Halliezburo I-landeboro , Fofeel Halliesburq . , , , Biloxi , Carlhaqe . Biloxi . Long Beach . . Collins , Halliesburg Heidelberg McComb . . . Surnrall I-Iallieiburq . Pelal Seminary Hollandale Calhoun Cily , Pelai Columbia Blyihevllle, Ark. Macon . Jackson , Columbia . . Naichez Halliesburg , Brookhaven , , Vicksburg . , . .'Macon . 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Lewis Lightsey Lighty Lott Jr. Lowery Lucas Ludlow Magee Aw shucks. Whatcha see, Mr. Congleton. First Row: BILL EUGENE FARNHAM . . JOYCE FARRAGUT ....... PATSY FELSHER .,..,.... ROLAND DAVIDSON FIGUEROA JEANNE FLORETH ....... ROSEMARY FONDREN , . GLENN C, FORD .... CAROLYN FOSTER . . . LLOYD FOSTER , , ROSE MARIE FRENCH , , Second Row: JORGE EDUARDO FREYRE . . EDDIE FUENTE ....... CELESTE FULLILOVE . . IRENE FULTON .... E. O. GARDNER, JR. . . MARION GASTON ..,, MARY EMILY GAUTIER . . MARY KATHERINE GENTRY , MARY EDNA GIBSON ,... HELEN GIRALDO ..... Third Row: NOLLIE RAY GOFF . . DONNA SUE GORE . , O. T. GRAHAM . . MARK GRANT .... BETTY GRANTHAM . . . BETTY JANE GREEN , . . TREDICE D. GREEN . , . . CAROLYN JUNE GREER , . BOBBY GRIFFIN .,... WINIFRED C-RIFFIS . . Fourth Row: CHARLES J, GUICE . , NELLIE JEAN GURLEY . . DICKIE HAMMOND, JR, , . CRAIG HANKENSON , . . VIRGINIA HARRISON . . EDNA EARLE HARPER . . JOHN HARTFIELD ,,,. FANNIE JO HARVEY . . . PATRICIA JUNE HARVEY , , MARGARET HATCHETT , . . Fifth Row: RAMONA DOLORES HATTIER . MARLENE HAVENS ...,.. C. E. HAWKINS, JR ,.... . MARIANNE HAYDEN . . LOUISE HEAD ..,,.,. LYNDA HEDGEPETH ,.., RONNIE HERRINGTON . , FRENCH HILLMAN . . BONNIE DEAN HINTON , . RILEY L, HINTON ..... Sixth Row: HOWARD LEROY HOBBS . . BETTY HOLCOMB ,,.., LAVERN HOLIFIELD ,, RUBY HOLLIMAN . , . , McComb . Moss Point , . Gulfport , . Ocean Springs . , Park Ridge, Ill. . Greenville . , Picayune Hattiesburg . , Jackson . Oldenberg Reciteelaernambuco, Brazil, S.A, , . Picayune Hattiesburg . . McComb . . . Puckett . . Jackson . . , Kreole . Greenville Hattiesburg . . Colombia, S.A. Lucedale , 4 Biyrhevziie, Ark. ..New . . , Sumrall Hattiesburg . . Jackson . , Gulfport , Leakesville , Lumberton , . ,Jackson , Beaumont . . . Biloxi . . Canton , . Meridian . . . Magee Waynesboro Hattiesburg Hattiesburg . Mt, Olive . Mt, Olive . West Point Orleans, La. Hattiesburg . . Jackson . . Holcomb . . Gulfport . Brookhaven . Columbia . Leakesville . . . . Richton . . New Augusta THE FRE , . Gulfport . . Picavune . . Laurel . . Richton RUTH HOLLIMAN . , NANcY HOLLINGSWORTH f ' SYLVIA HORTON , . THOMAS HAROLD HOWELL GEORGE HOUTZ ...... BUBBA HOVER , . Seventh Row: CAROLYN HUDSON . ARCHIE HUGHES . . . DONNA HUGHES , . LOUIE HUHN ... . BONNIE HULL.. . .. JUANITA HUMPHRIES . ALBERT S. HUNT, JR, . . MARY ESTHER HUNT . . ROLLA E. HYATT . , JEAN JACKSON . , Eighth Row: MARY JACKSON , , WINDELL JACKSON , . BARBARA JOHNSON . . J, B. JOHNSON . , . DOROTHY JONES . . HARRIS JONES . . . MARILYN JONES . . PATRICIA JONES . . NADENE JUMPER . , FRIEDA KELLER .. Ninth Row: LOUISE KELLEY ..,. MARGARET KESSLER . . GWENDOLYN KEY .,.,. JO ELLEN KING . , MARYE ETHEL KINNEBREW JEFF KITCHENS ...... FRANKIE HALL KNIGHT . PETER JAMES KULUZ . . . RHETA KYZAR . . , . . ANNE ROSE LABELLA . . Tenth Row: JUANITA LADNER . . ANNIE MAE LAIRD . . BETTY LANE . . . . MARY NELL LANG . . ALBERT R. LEE, JR. . SANDRA LEE . . , JO ANN LEWIS . JOYCE LEWIS . . JENNY LIGHTSEY , . MARIE LIGHTY . . Eleventh Row: BETTY LOEFFEL , . . H. J. LONG . . . . . CHARLES A, LOTT . . CLINTON LOTT .. CULLEN LOTT ,... WALKER LOTT, JR, . . JEAN LOWERY .. AUBREY K, LUCAS . . BETTY LUDLOW . . JERRY MAGEE . . . , , Ricliton . Florence Bay St. Louis . . . Mize . Gulfport . I-Ianclsboro Hattiesburg Long Beach . . Collins Holmesville Bay Springs Hattiesburg . Handsboro . . McComb . . . Purvis . , Jackson Hattiesburg Philadelphia Olive Branch , Jackson . Pascagoula Hattiesburg Smithdale Waynesboro . Toornsuba . Leakesville Hattiesburg Hattiesburg , . . , . DeKalb . , Gulfport , Greenville . . Jackson . . Ovett . . Biloxi , . Jackson . . lndianola . Beaumont , Wiggins . Hollanclale . . DeKalb . . Tvlertown . . . . Biloxi , . Jackson . , . Petal Sandersville , . McComb Long Beach . , , Laurel , Seminary . . .Surnrall . Sumrall . . Seminarv , Sanford . State Line . , . 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X y s. ,ew 0 Mason McArthur McCardIe McCarty McCleave McGehee McLain McLelIand McLeod McMichael Mills Mims Minton Mixon Mize Moore Morris Morrison Moses Moss Nei Nelson Nichols Nicholson Nfestrath M. H, Parker R. Parker Parkman Patterson M. A. Payne Peterson Pettey Phillips Pierce Pilcher Rawls B. S. RaY G. Ray Rayborn Ready M. Reynolds Rhodes Jr, Riley D. Roberts R. N. Roberls Ros Rounsaville Royal Runyan Russ Saul Sauls B. J. Saxon D, Saxon K. Saxon IIN LII THE FRESHM II SS First Row: ROBERT VERON MAGEE . . GEORGE MAGOLA . . BILLY WRIGHT MAJURE DORMAN GENE MANNINGI ROBERT MARLETT ...,. WILLIE MASON ...,.. JOHNNIE MCARTHUR , . VERNELL McCARDLE . KENNETH MCCARTY . . MARY SUE McCLEAVE . . Second Row: HERBERT L, MCCLESKEY . L. HOWARD McCURDY, JR. JOE McDONALD MARVIN L. MCDONALD, JR MILTON MCDONALD .... EARL McGEHEE ...... JIMMY MCLAIN .. . JEAN MCLELLAND . MARY LORETTA MCLEOD . . JERRY MCMICHAEL ,,., Third Row: ADA MCNORTON . . . BOBBY MCRANEY . . . CAROLYN MCRANEY . . MARY BETH MCREE . . JAMES MCOUISTON . CECIL E. MILLS .... JERVIS MIMS . . MARVEL SUE MINTON . CAROLYN MIXON . , . JEAN MIZE , . . . . Fourth Row: JOEL MOAK . . JOAN MOBLEY . . . PHIL V. MOBLEY . . ANN MOFFETT .. JOAN MOODY , . . MARY JO MOORE . . . MYRTLE MORRIS .... SUE MORRISON ...... LILA MOSES . . . FRANKLIN ACKER MOSS . Fitth Row: JERRY MOULDER . . JIMMY MULHOLLAND . ERSALENE MULLEN . LILLIAN MULLINS . HAROLD NEEDHAM . ALLAN NEI ...... BOB NELSON . . . . CHARLES G. NICHOLS . . PAMELA NICHOLSON , DAVID NIESTRATH . . . Sixth Row: PAUL L. ODOM .... . , . Tvlertown , . Hattiesburg . . . Madden . . Picayune . , Vicksburg . , . . . Louin . . Philadelphia . . , . Ovett . , Vancleave , . Jackson . . Hattiesburg . , Pass Christian . . , . Jackson , . . Natchez . . Collins . . . McComb . . . . McComb . , Hattiesburg . . Leakesville . . Gulfport . Chickasaw, Ala. . . . . . .Collins . . Hattiesburg . . Bay Springs . . Long Beach . . Waynesboro . . Hattiesburq . . ,... Ruth . . Detroit, Mich, . . . . . Magee . , . Jackson . . Lumberton . , McLaurin . . Laurel . , . Gulfport . .,... Amory , .... Hattiesburg . . . . . . Laurel Nassau, N.P, Bahamas ...,....LaureI . . . Forest . . , . Laurel . . . Brookhaven . . , New Hebron . . . . Gulfport . . Park Ridqe, Ill. . . . . Jackson . , Mobile, Ala. . .... Laurel . . Park Ridge, Ill. . , . . .Tchula JAMES E, PARKER . . . MARY HELEN PARKER . . RAYMOND PARKER . . FRANCES PARKMAN . , MARY SUE PATTERSON . MARTHA ANN PAYNE . . Seventh Row: PATSY PAYNE ...... BILLIE SUE PEARSON . . SHIRLEY MARIE PEARSONF i ROGER W, PENN ,,.. CHARLES W, PEOPLES . JERE PETERSON . WILLIAM HALL PETTEY . GERTRUDE PHILLIPS . , LOREE PIERCE .,... BOB PILCHER . . . Eighth Row: GWEN POLK ..,.... SARA PRATT. . , . . J. WAYNE PRICE , PERRE DONALD OUINTINI TYE RAIFORD ...... CHARLES E, RAWLS . . . BETTYE SUE RAY . . GERALDINE RAY . . H. C, RAYBORN . . BILLY READY. . . Ninth Row: LALLIE REDD , . JOHN REEDY . . . MARY RENFROE . ETTA MAE REYNOLDS . . FRANK REYNOLDS . . MARGIE REYNOLDS . . L. N. RHODES, JR, . . JACK RILEY .... DON ROBERTS . . RAY N. ROBERTS . . Tenth Row: FRANK A. ROBERTSON . R. B. ROBERTSON, JR, . . BILLY ROGERS . . . HAROLD L, ROGERS, JR. JOHN ROGERS ...... CLEVE ROS . . . , JEWEL ROUNSAVILLE . . LLOYD ROYAL . CAROLYN ANN RUNYAN JULIA ANN RUSS ,.... Eleventh Row: JOAN RUSSELL ..... DIANE RYAN . MAURICE C, SALVANT . . RITA SANFORD ..,. A. J. SARTIN, JR. . . EARL SAUL , . , . FRED LAMAR SAULS . . . Aberdeen . I-Ieidolbem . . Lucedale . , Clinton . . Surnrall . Winterville . . Jackson . , Perkin-gton , , Picayune . . Sand Hill , . Madden . Lonq Beach . . Magnolia . . Richton Brewton, Ala, . . Jackson , . Jackson , Wiggins . Vicksburg Bay St, Loulf. . . . Shelby . Hattiesburg . . . . Tchula , . , Sharon . . , Purvis . . . Jackson . Foley, Ala. . Hattiesburg . Monticello . . Liberty . I-Iaffiesburo vinqton, N.J. . Little Rock . Hattiesburg . Hattiesburg . Pascaooula . . Columbia . Taylorsville . , Collins . . Gulfport . . Agricola . Pascaqoula . . , . Petal . . Meridian . . Collins , . Picayune . . , . Petal . Bay Springs . . Gulfport . . Carthage . . McComb . . . Jackson , . . Laurel AKIKO OGINO . . . Nagasaki, Japan BILLY J, SAXON . . . , Waynesboro MARY PHILLIPS PAGE . . .... McComb DOUGLAS SAXON . . . . MT. Olive MARIAN PAINTER . , . . . Pascagoula KENNETH SAXON . . . . .Jackson No need explaining the one in tront. When's the next payment due? Selby Sellers Serio Shamburger Sheffield J. Smith L. Smilh M, G, Smilh R. F. Smilh V, J. Smilh Sleele Slevens Slewarl' Sfockslill Sfrickland Tanner Jack Taylor Jerry Taylor J. A. Taylor M. R, Taylor Dave Tullos Dol Tullos Underwood Vasconcelos Vaughn Ward Ware Warren Wafkins Walson Jr. Weldy Wellman A, Wells G. A. Wells M. Wells Wilson Wingo Wooldridge J Wynn F. W, f J . J 'l Q , ui gh' 4 4 Q. ' E 9 wil! 6 f he . 3 A , ui Q ' Kg, , hi fi 6 9 ' - ' , 'S 'J 'W Q if YI27' -cr: ' . A ' ,, YW' Q A 'ini 'A 1 W, ' A x in . 5 K. Qu is 63,1 Q K Q C , lf.. 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E' 'A 'Q Zz , R X9 i A ' Y lf, Ep "' .25 1 -fh lc. -QW 9, V! 6+ bv? wx "x HERE LIES msc SCHOOL SPIRIT J ,X-7 EQ, N 'Dur- 1112 " 1752 lallmrbun Cow: . X.5 "1f'-117, 3 l 1 .i.,. 'I X - 0 f '1- lx Jr D -QQ Sills Sloss Smallinq B. Smith B, J. Smith Sollie Sowden Stanley Stansbury Stapleton Strinqer Stroud Sullivan Summers Sumrall Tedford ThomPS0fl Thornton Toussaint Trieschmann Waldrop Walley Walsh C, Walters C, W. Walters Watts Webb Welborn H. Welch S, Welch P, Wells West Wilkinson Williams Williamson Yawn Yeager Yelverton Saucier ' x First Row: VIRGINIA SELBY , , PAT SELLERS . . . JOE SERIO ,...,. BILLY SHAMBURGER . BARBARA SHEFFIELD , ALLEN KENT SILLS . ANN SLOSS ,... LYN SMALLING , . BERNICE SMITH , . . BETTY JEAN SMITH I Second Row: JEFFIE SMITH . . LUCILLE SMITH .. MICKIE G. SMITH RETA FAY SMITH . . . VESTA JEAN SMITH , JOAN SOLLIE .... ARNIE JOE SOWDEN . BILL STANLEY ..... CAROLINE STANSBURY ANN STAPLETON . Third Row: LOIS STEELE . . . . I DEBORAH STEVENS . . BENNY STEWART . . JUNE STOCKSTILL . . ALYNE STRICKLAND MARILYN STRINGER , HOWARD M, STROUD. JOHN SULLIVAN . . . W. K. SUMMERS . . , VIRGINIA R. SUMRALL Fourth Row: JEWEL TANNER . . JACK TAYLOR . . JERRY TAYLOR . . . JO ANN TAYLOR . . . MARY RUTH TAYLOR . JOANN TEDFORD . . ANN THOMPSON . . FRANCES THORNTON YVONNE TOUSSAINT . SALLY TRIESCHMANN THE Let 'em outa class! . . Canal Zone , Hattiesburg . , . McComb . Lumberton . . . Hattiesburg . I Kosciusko . . Kosciusko . . A Hattiesburg , . Lucedale State Line . . . Carson . . Monticello . , , . Lyman . I Moss Point . , . Quitman . Hattiesburg . . Hattiesburg . , Waynesboro . , Clinton . , Petal Hattiesburg , . Jackson , . Gulfport . , . Picayune , Hattiesburg . Pascagoula . Hattiesburg , Hattiesburg . . Mobile, Ala. , , . Laurel . . . . Lucedale , . Hattiesburg . . Kokomo . . Gulfport . . Beaumont . . Freshman . . . Prentiss . . .Taylorsville , . . Hattiesburg Blytheville, Ark. we 'S GIVE I J ' --fi Hell, you say. Fifth Row: DAVE TULLOS , . , , . , Jackson DOT TULLOS ..., ,..,.. . ,,..,. J ackson STEPHANIE UNDERWOOD , . . ,...,.,... . Pascagoula GILSON de LEMOS VASCONCELOS , Recife-Pernambuco, Brazil, S.A. BILL VAUGHN .,,........, . . ..,. Tupelo PATSY WALDROP . I , . . . . . Columbia BRADFORD D, WALLEY , , , . Avera ANNIE LEE WALSH . , . , . McComb CAROLYN WALTERS . . . . . Hattiesburg CHARLES W, WALTERS , . Moselle Sixth Row: RAY DOYLE WARD , . . McComb CHARLES WARE . . . . , .Jackson MARION WARREN , .... Laurel JOAN WATKINS .... . 4 , Hattiesburg O. W. WATSON, JR. . , . . . Natchez CECILE WATTS .,.. . . Sumrall SYLVIA WEBB .,..., . . Louisville ARNOLD R, WELBORN . , .... Moss HUGH WELCH ,..., .... C Ollins STEPHANIE WELCH , . , . Long Beach Seventh Row: JACK B, WELDY . . . . , Hattiesburg MARGIE WELLMAN , . . . Foxworth ANNETTE WELLS ..,.. , . . McLain GWENDOLYN A. WELLS. , . , Bucatunna MIRIAM WELLS . . , Bugatunna PATSY WELLS . . , , Brookhaven ANN WEST .,,...... . . Carriere CAROLYN SUE WILKINSON . . . . Pascagoula MARIE WILLIAMS .,..., , , McComb WILLIAM C. WILLIAMSON , . . . Louisville Eighth Row: MARION WILSON , . . . . Bay Springs MYRTLE WINGO ...... . , Hattiesburg HARRY WOOLDRIDGE, JR. . . . . Mobile, Ala. MARVIN WYNN ..... A , Brandon 6-ERALDINE YAWN .,.. . Y pamqouif, MARGARET ANN YEAGER . . . . Grenada DALE YELVERTON ..Ia. , , Magee DOROTHY SAUCIER . . 1 V Qulfpoff FRESHMAN IIIIISS X f N Juli? ESQ if YJ 1 C M, gl' a X G 0 . Q .0 0 " ! FEATURES ff t ff , 7 ,f 5, 1 ,'i2'ff?w fl: ' V V pg? ff ' 4 t ' W Q ffv , , 4 I -S f , f fb X f . CLI"0I'l PCLFLLEIQ I i 1 f , X ,. " , YZ-J - - 'Y 5V I w are , 7 W' Q wx fx Qws wwig' bUQl'L fm. 4533 Vw fi , ws-ff is NR I V , la 4, 'C 'V V 'S if E mia if I ,Wh f 4 2' Zn . , 1 i a Vi Qi , 0gCQ 'QQ 'vga M -, 1" r GLF? l"6lI'lC8:5 adore Q, - N5 y CQ ,Syd H110 L6 .fr K' Q VE 9 W, WWarfAa jug X . , ,, I ivy! ,E X y 1-Gy: Q55 ei. 1 - 5 'f 4555: .,., . "+I " X S b ' 'v!, MARLENE HAVENS NATALIE LANGLEY EARLINE BUFKIN au0rifeA xy wi 'Save Ps wx 2 so 1069 P K X4 OQAOXYXQ 0 X4 N8 wiki Wag XA +10 O ,4 we O Ct U0l"L fe!! ELIZABETH HELMER MARY Jo MooRE ANN BRIGGS fm, .gxx Wy. N , , N - . xo X V 1' an as I me Xi '5 .A -I , me .m,A ,. 1" ' 795 551 HELEN CAMPBELL IU! ' 30" !g,.lr T 4, .wx v ' Ja 1 IRMA FERGUSON BETTY JEAN TEMPLE auorifed XXV? F5 'l ok PR- O NM P-00 NOS 944 T vs xfdwc Q5 X4 9 Pf wg W9 5Vcf9SX2 XN PREP? O?- auorifed RUTH BLACKLEDGE MARY ELLEN CHAPMAN JOYCE LEWIS il, , A? 'M ' -' :'-s-.54 f J ,, . , , W. ' A . , E, E-. A 95 ,W- P7 ef Mi ,-4 N, ff 5 :XF 2. 6 x Nxivg If x f .5 x K Z7 A X " 1 fy " i 'Q 4 ' r. anc M55 ELMO LANG EVELYN MONTGOMERY ANTHONY JIMINEZ MARTHA TRAYLOR JERRY QUAVE Junior Class Junior Class Sophomore Class O Wadi! ClU0l"ltQ5 GEORGENE GOETHALS FRED SMALLWOOD GWEN POLK Sophomore Class Freshman Class Freshman Class cm' 97 . r. rf., .QQ 6?- tw A be t K. , 'tv if ,. R. ' 9' 4 -r - 'A if lr 'N' " 6 'Hs- 5. xii-vt 'xx X If A . . ' ir, 'r MP- A mx ,er I A and ia- Ex f I ,V """' fp Q 4, .,A' r " .7 ..., , 67 3. ,,,,.1 rl . 319-22 ' First Row: Edward Akers, Edward Cook, Charles Daws, Tom Evans. Second Row: Doug Ferguson, Maurever Goes, Elizabeth Helmer, Yuba Hendrick, Frances Hilton, Third Row: Lilly Limbaugh, Sue Dees, Carolyn McDavid, Bob McKellar, Jimmy McKenzie. Fourth Row: Evelyn Montgomery, Bob Moore, Billie Murff, Rachel Norris, Wesley Oden. Fifth Row: Marilyn Pittman, George Pollitz, Doris Russum, Geraldine Smith, Bob Storey, John C. Strong. Sixth Row: J. Cliff Thomas C. EDWARD AKERS, JR., Laurel. . .Student Christian Federation, President man ot Religious Emphasis Week. . .Pep Squad. . ,Student Government, l95I-52. . .I9Sl-52. . .Kappa Sigma, Vice-President l9'5l-52. . .President l952.53, l952-53. . .Pi Tau, Vice-President l952-53. . .Junior Class President WSI- l I 1 ' I 52 . . , inierrrsierniiv Council, President 1951525 1952-53 . . . Westminster Y,UBA JANE,HEND,RlCK. Pufvfs- - -Delta Some Epsilon. Pfwdent- - - Feilowshipv presidem I95253. . lgrfudenrr Council' Iq5l,52I I95253. P1 Omega Pi, President. . .Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary 1950-5l. . . l-uture Teachers ot America. . .SEUIOF Hall, Vice-Chairman. . .Freshmen EDWARD JAMES COOK, Inglewood, Calit.. . ,Kappa Sigma, Grand Mas- Woman's Council. . .Modern Dance Group. ter ot Ceremonies . . . Student Body President . . . Pi Tau . . . Future D 1 . Teachers ot America, State President. . .Local Chapter, Vi:e-President FRANCES H'LT0N. Lafflel- - 'PP' Dem Rho: - -Head Maloielle- ' A I AHOHOV Roig' . .gymnasircs Team. Band. . .Chairman Editorial Board, Student Printz. . .Honor Roll. CHARLES A. DAWS, Dekalb. . .Kappa sigma, President 1951-52, Secretary, LILY FRANCES LIMBOUGH. Hattiesburg- - -Phi MU. Vice-Pfegidenh - - l95O-5l, . .Vesper Choir, President i952-53, King, l95O-Sl. . .Opera Work- P5n'l'lf3llef'HC Council, Secretary . . . Alpha Psi Omega, 1 President . . . gnpp, 194950, 1951-52. . .rpiisanqerp 1952-53. . .maarippiipna 195051, 5P9tfCh,A'tS COU09'l- Pf9S'9e'1T- - -Soufheff' Plftise- - -559105 Alpha Em 1951-52 . . . Yellowiaclrets, 1951. . .cneerir-after, I949-50 . . . Alpha Psi - - -F' Kappa ,PM - -Ph' DCU? Rho-, - -Slvdenf CQUHCW - -W5-9-A Omega, l9Sl-52, l952-53. .'.Westminster Fellowship. . .Southern Playerg Executive Council, l95l-52. . .Finals Interpretive Reading Contest, l95l-52. ' - -SOUTHERNER' F'ale""lY ,Ed"O'1 '95"52- '952553s ' 'Student COU'K"' sue Mccool., Hattiesburg. . .spu+nern, Editor of sppnpnipre cuss, 1950- IVSO-Sl l95l-52 lnterfraternlt Council l95l-52 ' ' ' ' Y ' ' Sl, Editor ot Senior Class, l952-53. . .Kappa Omicron Phi, President. . . THOMAS GEQRGE EVANS' JR., pefai, , ,Alpha pg, Omega' pmsydem Phi Delta Rho, Reporter, !95I-52. . .Chi Omega, Rush Chairman, Reporter l9Sl-52 . . . Shop Assistant Scholarship Drama Department, l952.53 , , I . . .Senior Class,..Treasurer. . .Honor Roll. . .Vesper Choir. . .Choral Speech Arts Council, Treasurer I95I-52. . .Senior Representative Speech U0190- Arts. Council, I952-53. , .Wesley Foundation Drama Workshop Director, r 1951-52. . .Pi Tau. . .Finals interpretive Reading Contest, l95O-5I, 1951. EQDROFETF ,fff3',f'llS?C,eEfle'lOWnmdgnlid'fjvel2,fl,fs,,,l'eS5e5f,f,gN' 'Ph' 358:23 L- - r - - . , , . - . . . , . . . 1-, ' 'Sig na Alpha Ha' ' 'bloulhem Players' ' 'Pl Kappa Pl' ' 'Honor l95O-Sl. . .Future Teachers oi America. . .Pan-Hellenic Council, Courtesy ' Chairman. . ,Senior Class Homecoming Maid. . .Honor Roll. JC? N DOUGLAS FERGUSON' MOb"e1 Ala" ' 'KGPPC' 5'Q-flat P'edQe Boa MCKELLAR, Plain Dealing, La.. . .senrpr Class, President 1952-53. . . Master . . . Guard . . . Golden Notes . . . Gymnastlcs Team. . .Track M Cl b P -d + V -, F ,fb H AH G If S+ F C f Team. . ,Student Body, Second Vice-President. . .ROTC. . . lntertrater- U ' res' en i i i ms' Y OL 5 5 i I U 3 FS on Hence' nity Council. '950-5'- MAUREYER SA P1Nro ooes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. . .Honor Rp11. JAMES FRANK MCKENUE- Hamefbufg- - -Kappa A'P'la- Clffesponding 4 Secretary l"749-50, Vice-President l95O-Sl, President l9Sl-52, l952-53. . .Stu- ELlZA?BETl'lIqg'lE52MER, l'latt1e2burg . , .Phi Delta Rho. . .Alpha Lartibrjgl dent Council, I9Sl-52. . .interfraternity Council. . .Honor Roll. "UG ary I . . .American Chemical Society, Secreta l95l-53. . . , .- rfnn Hellenic Council, President 1952-53, Vice-President 195i-52. . .Alpha EVELYN PA NOS? Mpolfl-QGOMERIE Lam'-' ','W'5'6"i". Pfdde-M 'W' -.icing Amnn, President 1952-53 rreprurr-r 1951.52 ci R 5 c ' 53' ' 'Ph' MU- 'Ce' 'ei' en' '5 A 2- ' -5OP'0"tO'e Cat? '3tO"'e '9505 ' i ' ' ' ass Com han' 5l. . .Freshman Womens Council, I9-19-50. . .Vesper Choir, l949-50, I95O- Amone sruoenrs in AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 98 Sl I95l'52, i952-53. . .Southern Singers, I949-50, I95O-SI, I95l-52, l'?52-S3 . . .Choral Union, I949-50, l95O-5I, l95I-52, l952-53. . .Modern Ballet Group l95O-Sl . . .Student Council, l952-53. . .B.S.U. Executive Council, l952-53. . .Miss MSC, I952-53. BOB MOORE, Gultport. . .Alpha Tau Omega. . .Kappa Pi. . .Pi Tau . . .Southerner, Layout Artist, l95O-Sl, Assistant Editor, l95l-52, Art Editor, l952'53 . . . Designed Cover "Student Handbook," l95l-52. BILLIE WEST MURFF, Calhoun City. . .Modern Language Club, Student Council Representative, l95lf52. . .Forest County Hall, House President i I95I. . .Future Teachers ot America. . .Pi Kappa Pi, Student Council Representative, l952-53. . .Phi Eta Sigma. . .McMillin Hall, Dormitory Council, I952-53. RACHEL NORRIS, Jackson. . .Home Economics Club. . .Student Printz, Reporter, l95l. . .Pep Squad, l'i'5l. . .Kappa Omicron Phi, Second Vice- President. . .Phi Delta Rho, Treasurer. WESLEY ODEN, Hattiesburg. . .Alpha Epsilon Delta, President l952453 . . .Student Council, I?52-53. MARILYN MAE PITTMAN, Hattiesburg. . .Delta Delta Delta, President l95l-52. . .Pan-Hellenic Council, l95O-5l, Publicity Chairman, l95l-52. . . Phi Delta Rho, l952-53. . .Honor Roll. GEORGE A. POLLIT1, Biloxi. . .Pi Kappa Pi, President. . .Pi Tau, Trease urer. . . Beta Beta Beta, Vice-President. DORIS JEAN RUSSUM, Laurel. . .Outstanding Women Awards, l9Sl-52 . . . Alpha Lambda, President l952 . . . Student Council Representative, 1952-53. . .Pi Delta Rho. . .Baptist Student Union. . .Women's Student Government Association. . .Intramural Sports. . .Career Day Activities, Co-Chairman l952. GERALDINE ELIZABETH SMITH, Lucedale. . .Delta Sigma Epsilon. . . Pan-Hellenic, Vice-President. . .Alpha Lambda. . .Phi Delta Rho, President. . . Kappa Mu Epsilon, President. . .Student Attiliate ot Amerif can Chemical Society, Treasurer. . .Pi Kappa Pi, Secretary. . .B.S.U. . . .Y.W.A. Vice- BOB STOREY, Gulfport. . .Phi Eta Sigma, President IYSIVSZ. . .Pi Kappa Pi. . .Band. . .Symphony Orchestra, Dance Orchestra. . .Vesper Choir . . . Alpha Tau Omega.. . Student Council . . . Honor Roll. JOHN C. STRONG, Biloxi . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Pi Tau . . . Student Printz, Managing Editor. JAMES CLIFTON THOMAS, JR., Creptal Springs. . .Student Body, Fir-.t Vice-President. . .Alpha Tau Omega, President. . .Pi Kappa Delta, Prep- ident. . .Pi Tau, President. . .Band, I94?-SO, l'tS0fSl, I95l-52, Treasurer 1950-Sl, Vice-President l95l-52. . .Forensic Council, President WSI-52. . . Speech Arts Council. . .Psychology Club. . .Pi Kappa Pi. . .Debate Team. . .Honor Debatcr, l95l-52. . .Wesley Foundation. . .Senior Class, Vice-President. . .Youth Congress, President Pro-Tern I952-53. JO ANN TRIESCHMANN, Blytheville, Ark.. . .Chi Omega, President. . . Phi Delta Rho, President. . ."Messiah" Soloist with Hattiesburg Choral Union. . .Vesper Choir, Student Conductor. . .Southern Singers. . . Student Council. . .Music Educators National Council. . .Opera Soloist, "Trial by Jury." CHARLES WESLEY TURNER, Laurel. . .Psychology Club, President. . . Fellowship Assistant in Special Education Department. . .Aquatic Show. DAVID LEE WALKER, Alexandria, La.. . .Pi Kappa Alpha. . .Alpha Phi Omega, President. . .M Club. . .Student Christian Federation, President l952-55. . .Varsity Football. . .Varsity Baseball. Not Pictured: AUIAIHAR IHOMAS BISHOP, Pittsburgh Pa.. . .Varsity Basketball. . . N.A.l.B. All American, I949-50, Helm All American, I'?5O-5l, All Gulf States Conference, N49-SO, l95O-Sl, l95l-52, Set New All-Time Scoring Record in G.S.C., i950-Sl. . .Varsity Baseball. . .All G.S.C., l?5O. MARTHA GREEN, Philadelphia. . .Homecoming Queen, l95I . . . M.S.C. Bathing Beauty, l95l . . .Annual Beauty. . .Junior Class Favorite. . . Homecoming Court, l95O. . .Wesley Foundation. CLYMER L. WRIGHT, JR., Houston, Texas. . .Phi Kappa Tau, Rush Chair- inan. . .Pi Tau, Reporter. . .Student Printz, Editor. . .Student Council. Aie- Ill ...sa is-i V .Q an - X egg , . -""""' X . , gi . i . ,Y X- r ii :E :': Ii- ti .15 .... i e 'Q Q 'Uv S-I7 ' sw! N6 3 X ' A iff A' 354.5-C JIALP L-.HES-' 'Y' 'tw 4. as FQ? r W4 Maas . '- 'Vi 1,-1 ae A U S 'W We sp Fr. it tk C A V? xx xlisx fc: P ii-N X, - ,, -A X i .. si, Si l "It '- SSQQ gl ,'. , W. ,' , enum, Y, 99 N C. EDWARD AKERS, JR. LAuREL, Mississippi Presidenl of Sludenl Clirislian Federalion, Vice-presiden' of Kappa Sigma, Pre-sidenl ol Kappa Sigma, Wl1o's Wlwl in American Colleges and Universilies, Vice-presidenl of Pi Tau, Presidenl ol Junior Class, Presidenl of Wes'l- minsler Fellowsliip, Presidenl ol l. li, C., Sludenl Council Represenlarive. r. CAROLYN MCDAVID rYLERTowN, Mississippi Secrelary ol Sludenl Government Treasurer ol Kappa Della, Beauly, Wlio's Wlwo in American Universifies ang Colleges, Senior lvlaicl in l-lomecoming Courl, Pan-l-lei, lenic Council, Fulure 'leaclwers of America, Band, liirwt Vice-presidenl of Plwi Della Rho. UA EVELYN MONTGOMERY LAIIREL, MISSISSIPPI Presiclenl ol W,S.G.A., Sophomore ClaSS Pavorile, MISS MSC, Vice-presiclenl ol Phi Mu, BSU. Council, Modern Baller Group, Soulhern Singers, Vesper Choir, Choral Union, Who'S Who in American UniverSflieS and Colleges. CL lfll 6 J. CLIFF THOMAS, JR. CRYSTAL SPRINGS Presidenl ol Alpha Tau Omega, Presidenlr of Pi Tau, Presiclenl ol Pi Kappa Della, Pirsl Vicefpresidenl ol Slu clenl Governmenl, Forensic Council, Vice-preSidenI or Band, Secrelary ol I. P. C., Psychology Club, Speech Arls Council, Wesley Poundalion, Golden Noles Or cheslra, Debale Team, I-Ionor Debaler, Vice-presidenl ol Senior Class, Pi Kappa Pi, Who'S Who in American Unie verSiIieS and Colleges, Presidenl Pro-lem ol Youlh Con greSS Senale. I Q' lr: .5 1 i F Home Basketball Game Saturday 1. " E5 'WTI' Il Ll n to me .,...,.e lf ernsity of more than 122,- bers of the association lm-se gralmz. the program tvrcd from the nss.ociat.ion's 1 zadquartz-rs ln Washington, 1 For Acadelmc Year .AUW grams pay the ox' forvegn studunts. most of' xr- already launched their s or any takmg advanced l .-puclnluvd in-lds, usually :uit-min: year of study If tlw aszworlutaxlrx Pav Thrssl- purojwfs covenfl :L wxucgwhadmlmmv 1 var l l 51,110 Pxfpulauon was My vers. , in-wcs 112 "What Has Happffned to lim Cvvllmgvf Grnduatvs uf M1ssiS'l.Q.,Q,-...g.k f:ppxT", "!'m:-iblc ljfzv of Paxil Y Ovllf 'lm'-,-stlezntiwn of the Gcnlwl l1r:nvM1-wanna." "Klum-zatxgszwrl oil Munntlffsl Arcoumzzwpr p1'21Cl,lCP"' .mi 'Tn-mograpluc An:-Y' iuiy of subjvcts includinm, sushi Them were 43 grim? ru. lf Friday, December 5, 1952 NUMBER Southerners To Attend! sissippi Youth Congress e ' By JO ELLEN KING : een Promotions Madelslinssiiliflis ISU Il itudent Printz Staff 9 Nmeleen promotions in the edi- tonal staff of the Student Printz fnna lhave been announced by Clymer? Wright. Executive Editor. W 'pw-.ff fr, A ' Xl lr A X ,. 1 1 V 1 4 fp w , .. . Q ax xx Q . A .1 , vw- f wr' ,: " l serve as clerks during the LH Nsissippi Youth Congress schel uled ln Jackson December! and 6. A The Youth Congress will be ' tended by representatives ot hi schools and colleges throughgmi state. The House of Reptesenhtiw Q YQ Q - -- Unk Hi:-ks. Business Manager 0f,wm be made up 011. 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All freshmen must fall to the Vg ground and yeii "Beat Chatta manga" when vpper uassrrcn yell 53 "Yellow Jacifetsf' Z' 7 'Z . 3 Freshmen must crawl ac'oss ay, Homecoming i M Group Discusses Changes i In Cheerleader Elections Bv JOYCE SAMPLES Council Lists Rules' 11565 f0f1f'ehmahday, pl fo: homecnming and mmhod 4010-"l"1E C11-aegleadc-rs were 1 lC.Jf,geQ at 2?-.Q ir: meeting Qin Q Etude-22' Cm,.r,g11 'rugs lnight 2 "- iff,-,gms 5- gzfafgnl of iY"V " ' Hifi prvznrirei me r Dm' . nor were If H f .:! 5 1' H, rx xkexu if our L L af f sidewalks. They rv-uxi carry books NF J A ri Q f ir- sw: cases. Every meal must xmrg'I.'i ffgn be a square muah sitting an the W5 F ,rl Flwfb i' floor and r4:i':en U1 a Pmft uni,-, ,hc I, , lrlra :mics 01:3 13 : .4 Fresh!-1-vm fraud vr"Dw Die A'n-if . , ,MQ , CLASS OF 63? ,.f.:1 is S L 1 'ia'-'Q is' L s 1 N4 ' 1 Y v 4 9. arm ' X112-L' mln: Same Serin-,-. 1. 1.mx.n.i' 2 -Q U. if 1- V ,K ..- .wm,, .e .-.,.. 1 H... ve ,IQQ ,Q ,L V-Q I !.,+,,,--,,,, 1 ,..f,,.Q- Wg: gm: gan-ed the plasmon of Zi., V - Q '5 'sufdent ccomil rfpmwntmfvg, A -vvvq vb, Senor Hsiorssxre xs Martha Nvii Q -0 ' ' :ff , .lanes Fhzabuth H-:Nmm and Y . Cnr-olyw McD.aifid .-.ull CGYYYLDCAU: for Zim I L 'A the honor of semen' class maid. 3 Wzliacf- AH.-nd and Anif-nonyi Juimnez eufr-md runoff bziiot ior micnt. For vxce-president Deon - Gurme and Er mam Niartha ' wcrc'z:1ry's race skm Havgns rc- j Trszyior wore the 2 'DR Ii. A. MQLEMCDRE CHATE vosifionf on We 3 Feidw, :md Reverend Riley Mund Junior class Dres- dax' umgranu. whim iamy on-11 yy, ns, ffm' ,af ,W . ,- , EMA gained the this of troasurcr. ,.,,,,,,,. ,,, -,wwf f,.f,4 new in the mst easier, Jews 51,4 mmf '53, 1 Magee wen the gnmor aims maid K X It ,.. ' ncvsitwisfw No cawcimiair for Histor- f 0 . 1 fan was er-icwd yn the content 1 , -,M 3,-4, 5,1 5,1-,-,gf-'gr' Mercaith Burch wmizcci yn as bww-Wm W-VM' 4-N-QM-'MQ' R-Mag ..I9' . . X 13 w l5Ii'Z5,f.' iQiQlQi ,offf.,fifQ1?if'1Lflifi"fp.,,,n.Q..'EfffIQ'1fS.-.4 , ini' 7 , ai is rm purpose of, Q , i?f'x?3dfiZL35 fi T cl i S ' 4, 7 ,, 7 .A ,ev A N tiilsgiizgeini iiniiiixgu inc-1 ,N '- W f' 'W xx N 4 strvssc-cj ns n nmjor. favs r i . T . f 3' 2 - k hufipzng smdvwfs to: . Wi X :ru rla 'n sn X -f k k 4 I, A ',,,, X . x gfir Q diner? if Siiifgmiiic 3 P l C t u r e E d l t G r r 1 0 S 4 EAI' ' Ask X K4 I M0 1 1 F wi rixuas. professor Vanol ' X new ' Rgssgow' s,-,,,-.A-,,,-,-M r - B, DAVIS Sw. f' 1 - i Hvgwlfgf 2353532554 mmm NLEIIIICIIHOIIIII Service To Test Graduates i, W "W f V ,r ,ggi X ,NL u "X" M ' " X' s S' SZKEJXL - AW L ' 5 U A Pi YKUHWH5 A M4 KAP? B, 'A ow! lu m'1,f!wi , 5' ' 'J f If ,S , Q 1 Y 5 is Y ' i i Y ,rf t J - uf ' A 'l ' ' vi ivr"' r I lie. Ai' w A SLP' X ' 'Yi 1 L , ,YQ 1 , My f v , f -E R X Howm, LIEUT, sow. GARTIN ,T ' fgifb ' r e g i :fi L ' i we DID ' ,asf - mp.. -math. A-mug. li 7 - - v .Q 1 ' X X - v 1- -WV . v , ,245 X ' ,,:- Q --1QQ voL. XXVI ' MISSISSIPPI SOUTHEHN COLLPEY A o Top Rehgmous Consultants gggngxgjs CHICKEN ROOST N'-K. fi Fi s. .a-- Jr- Zv W1 1 sm F 1 X 11 - 1 1, wig 'HM A I ' an . ,,,l..Awsw V ' f' What is it like to be chosen Miss Mississippi? im Qld Eggm 9 "Its just wonderful! Everything is so exciting that I justgpmmf- ut into wordlz how you fuel" This was the ang-"' E 9 . ' . ' ,fe Wynn Morgan w and she knows what elf" sae Wynn, 19 year old juniore+--- Newton, was chosen Milf "' pi for the year "" vxCE Y Pxwrmz SER A NOOND WS ,are M fi ' W' 0 We Sc ' xchex x 1 '55, bee . ties. T Rogan Q- . MN-- . :KSC - mu. Comm Wuzhsmfzde ,Haart 1 , - Hindsmiihi e .or , trmwurer. uromplu an me band is under the direction! "Ballad in I I of Mr. Raymond Manncmi, Ly Brahms. fi? A 1 HARDROLLERS' CEQUBHOUSE if 4 A X 5 L 9 I 4 r ix SL 'WX' U1 W!7LI'1l'l fv' 1 X Alhl' 4 'Hn EEDY LUG, :Vw z.,,, hand io, .110 .x ml., -U amormw mghtl football ggmzv Imlf-txrrw whom " I 1 -Qstafz photo bv 1'r:1:osicf'vI ,A pa, uden, Pulitzer Prize 'Warm YASSAH BOSS pear Before Southern Stude By GEORGENE GOETHALH LC wxnner XV, H, Audxh, Vvhri L5 ,anti 1 W' -15 in the November 18 asf:wZfrr1blv gmlggxmvx sw- 4'.k imlg rv, SW- wp, y - araguagc and literature, wrptlcn ans!-EH"-W H" ' "" ' ' 'YW' ' PWYY- WNV? 21, N67 Audmv wwf vduci'-wi ai .L-.rv Of PFW' HC-'cirwmmw sf-mm. mn and cmrm Q 4 , UL End two Church. After iwavkarng saclmrcfl in-11 -' X S930 to 1935, he became 11-xncmalvd M- 40 P.udvH -,win the G PO film unit from 15435 ' ff A ' N1fHi'fTWA,m 1936. In 1939 hv wmv n., LQNWQ ' Lit-sd Stair-n rim! fool-2 Gtr! uuffvrl- - o mu mud i'h'I4 Www 1 K I 'v T' R :mn nnnrfer Lectu if my XM if WW V '? 2 -,4 X X 11 xx Q' XS 4 S x XX , .isa Hj:gxMf: Q- Qi '-4 , 3 r ' M N Xfff Q 15 5. ' v -4 i 5.1.1 A xyig ig , V .F1'g F 3 1 . , x A L! 7-. Q f 7 0- : fhnf 1 X 2 JP if fr 1 7? , K I '+w n -I E,'i',?4L,Lr:,i PS1 . W . WSxYY -ff an ,,,, .,,. i L 3' WHSY nec 1210 MTHEFBUK , 43' fm ..3g , , ! M 1 1 AND7. HE BEAST P 5 , 1 , EX "' 11554 Q-i,,,,-ff COMEIN V ' H 4ARS I fwiwfgdi QQsMf f fxy ri . Z,-wf ,1x ff ,. x, ,Iii mg? ifqfagilxfg, .55 J fi' 1 Qev' ,44lX3 J 1,1 Q:-5 is Q Q 51231 ' X224 9 xg J. .vii , mfvss.4.1.'z9, V L RMU' MARCH L :Mun Y 1 ro 31 .. W' E 3' N 'rv . jg uv "', fffy,DlllES 1E'4Ji54 MF, -1" HQ -4, 4 . ,, Av if ' im xx 1... Irs. djac' ge. build gums I pac.: ' saud- 1 cent: , ' Y, n the h ltory wx wk AUP- 2 supp ,irum he pursunal rung, ol unch ,dualg has been wquubmd ang pull need the cmmpurauou oi ever ,one mvulved xi mu are to Surcee 1 Dr Switzer said, -lg.... YEHCE 11 'W LI LU 1. ol cv lf! X1 u.m -'- U:-' pm' U11 wi SSO- we!!! 1, .I.- ,my S'.x,m I1-r thx- S8dix H.1'.xkm:- J,nu'r 5265 Payment Um- pm-mvzzm an gf.uL1culur hr-mgh' uimi f-vnu-11 to Lu wasps ol dis- L--lncf tw cs-urn! pnfmivrzi Ed Cool- .m.1 xuwmi wc---lvwsidvnl Doug F-r,.usm: Thx' rm-Utd shmrrd thlf S265 was pmd to the Golden Now S.-ptvnubrr ld is-r nn ungagemeni Ormr payments to Umm wen: NI S11-0 on tw., onrmmarns, Sim oncu and 990 svn twu occnswns, Pm-lher r-'mparison of the budge! and smlcnu-ht nf vp:-ndlxurva ahowtd Yhal 53 wsu ullvwed fm the Yc:l.l0l- Jmkchs in Un- budgvt, while D0 spm-nl on thdrn 1 1 4 1 1 I I i I I r I V w I 1 . 4 6 i 5 11 W ,1 '1 4. 1 L. I i ,1 W I I If , ' I N- F 11 'r D1 x C f. u II YC . ated G N i 51 mfr Lf-W 1 slat fungal mn!-A ll-1 nuyw, MMI. mv: X.. W- 1,1 l...u:ll xYl'U", Sim-hug. Pom! 1 "Ml-4 "NNT "lf'li"" l my mlm. 1- 'v1.1.fs, "'ml- ..x1.rm.1v ,, l, aim! .X f,wl1yw1I".mm.- Y-a .l,11..1 M., 4'1mvLlm'l.i.- ,', U I-LLM, W I. ww AQ 1. ,N-yn 5,415 m-A in w:ml+ tl- X , ' uv vu Neill Arn'-fl mln In 1,.uY1- ,Mx-w W.: V-,mv-l W I M n 'H 'U' ll M 'W H 'H ww -, flllvl Gull Hu' WHI- H'lf"'l1Hl"'ll l"'1l" UH l-v w .-wx1w.wQM' wf.41l-,zmtl i :,.,41gu- 1 Owl- If uv. H- mul! luv : - 1.. 4,1 ww wx- 1" 'U"."' 1 1 11' Wm, 'L 1' 'f 'A Hmnwl 1-elm, "" . .. , M, ,,.. ,Q mul uv--111111-IH 1, !:,,,!my JM, llh,,n,,H 1. s',llIu.lw lZ'l!I'n X1.v1..uu1l mm- mm A H ,IWW ' f ww.. n'mA.mg, lu ilu' uvllwgx' .. qnm-.. na -rs.. n... lcamnun AI. the and ol World VM! U 4- ,...,. f -eve -vu f -1-N 0 ee l 1 ' e Q V .lf ,,,,,,fe,,Mfe, Q eff. , Q 'ff Q .. A 2 1- if 1 r zv b4?f,,f3- ' - sfffg " fs 25 , eff f O . .,. MM, .., -ee O , . , , , O eeeee We eeee - ,, O eeeee OOYO-Ne,.eOe W-, O OOWOOOOOO... vm, xxvx BEISSISSZPPX smrmanw COLLEGE, HATPIESBUHG. Mississippi Friday, Nmembm- 21. 1952 Nmsmnf , Q M e ee " H ' 'M ' 'W"'e'l"W"' M ' W A ' M 'M' e 'M e "W , 1 Q Q -3 , A- 3 :wtf yvyggy e ff I Q f, ftfy ' 'wif , fi? 9,4 i n A l 0 ll 6 I' I1 0 RFC BC SO ,Q , Z LMS. W sir , Banc QM? W, f ilm , ,. if vi? f Pac: C ' BBW t Q ax Z f Z ,Q K' A' 'V mxww www 'll SOVIXIH-IR'Q PLAY!-IRS f'1'4t',v!:T17JJEl their major full 1 Jackson - setung c autiful fi' :ml R'.'wlf,f,:Al.ng25. ILI ni 'i'lu,,: ,li.y nights at thc Southern 05 Di mm lie 14 FY-tv SHI Hull Sway, Virliaskaulni smyalnurnorei gifomtffd :uhm rn, lidim--iml , ,lf mlm: Tmfra lflmms. Petal senior. 0 U 5 h OU! 1flw'.1 lxyprentw, Ark., guzmu. appear Jn the -34"V!!lt Ut mv ptfju, "Thu: Silver Cfflrd " per Choir, Sinfonietta Give Handel? Messiah QTTY mcxrvrmxm ' f 4 W A QF lfl--5,.,':' fflmil' 3ndQ . l-.el me the A Fortenlaerry W ms korg lFf'+w'lC-1'i-"la llanl- 2 N v 'W-'Q f lj fffflqreasurers Post 2 Bzlptlst f'fw,4s'ulx ml M 4 SDJ at Tian iljxli M U fx' XR .rrwl wlrf--vflJm'x'y. l-flzitzwsliurlz IU f"i.11r-rw 1 . . y . . l I ws: ur, :wgfa 1 mam-.x U'G32!'l'!'f'1' uf :nu ,z:'1flu,1ff'n Z . , . . .v Q . - ' M ' ' -'1,.f1r.' 1:-wig, fue-May, tmlowxng the iwr Qwf uw? ' xr-rdrxxrxw 'vial N " . 1f'+f'H 'V'f'T" e newly organized precision clmace group. PON! V :ag . If w 7 K , ' .NLM A Z I Z! f W ' KOXIBOFE. BHG lfma l"9l'gllSOD. 51105110 scpho- :Tom Pearl, B Hall. .Kumi sayed jmml .laclsun Tc 'n precede: n - Unversitj Same. The 'kr-on's War Z pm. s Bands mend Mant , le-cl by 14 he hs! of b 'xds band a: znung the :and and 1. the second Jnzung on I L on North 5 nh on Mill, ite, participadn neon. Clanton, or High school TE l in their firm show, The Belles made their Ph? md Baum? will ff l ' , ' ' ': ' f 1 'f Daw' half-time A , V , T dw part lf me lube Band v F' t in F t . Q . r ,A f , I r ,I 1 YN cas 'rs Seaton 5 WQW 1d.lys iootlmll garrlc. Fpteerl bmlds -from N Mania ,ksyifhrh Soumelfs Q and hugh schools pdrucxpaiecm mn me mow. 1 H,,,,,Y,,Cmim Gwen! Wm be fm. " f' 'K" ""M"""""l"4"""""""' ' """""' in the tri: Seat in the pa d, Southern Belles l ar t Half-Time ' raison, th ine Home Slgnza Pl, f Q nv- nzsxfiwffrtes Fw'fc'rf'nsg-:E fer the rest fi fm ell-pw. " ' ' " mer wah xhwr ,M-:mum-3 at the SA A H H Oxhefr than 1:1 the first sectic me parade will Smdent Prxntz, be sponsored b' the Christian I Q Inf-ariraterrtlty Coy Earn onncs club, and Slated Y-T have fleets in se 'HAM , slew-n mms :emma BAND and thel195'3 and wwe A-The sm spamfwlm an dt-,MMMT me F pre-sentlHan'xer" as 5 g'1':-gexxf shew for Cnc 'T-frarfflrz -rpmvza'-wr., and the Ctiviiiesl3m,gqU-,1,L,,,,3Q,Zm3 'hgh game' uefburx: Jaycees Ti-? Sornpties LUg3V513Qi Form-nc! Mlsssssxpm 1' W' 'G me Um' I For the half-man: sEsw.1, :ttf han-'15 YW-vw'-W-i M6343 mliurme-i MISSESSIPPI and played ' nw barsdj 'Rlarch Ixlissizsigvg-s" The wi in the mme icrmancn and played: mines "'I'lwC T!11:fuev-,-r Alarilz' .mu "x'f:l:n4' 7 ,Q the, znggizra 9 .,1, 1 F.Iarsh'4 -.vmzlf rn .- " f f-.1 The 111 xlg lfrgawmd Swufherra 'A :A 'Hd 1 ,W w 5 al-mf, ..m1'1- nw limi-if-fu oi Mm' 'Q FQ , ' jQf'3'i' J15'T'egLaura Maj: Hill, zmsemafxt profeworl' ' " "'A""' Man " Hloxm Health uid l'lij,ilual Edukall-wut 'T' "4 lh'?'dasplflj.'c,-Li Souxlm.-rx: lvramy and 151-2 Each 1-,:' ,ull les lur iwc- I me' L10 ',uE1:.'::!l.4:5 p:'es+gf1tui 3 dlince 'Guilt ' ft seglnc wird. fogrulrhnc' during intermissinfx in arldx-l ht" rnrlnid A312315 sniauzlulfc Alum tv me bands' performances lklhxzwg-', en: vie Imsrxh, sum. g .....,i. mir.. aid ahah gwcrm.-I class: l ,wma , gGI'ad1late Clfs- x wil bulm .11 8 a m Pre,regi8ter lull lvlfnxx mreugh in the : V germ-r .zfh inf last clams Echo 1 Grndnate students may preweg- . ,. .lv qi.-, wlqmi at 5 P. mv 4 Iaxt mm-tmg of fall qua:-irr cial' 2 KRS 'fx-'mL"j'lf 'mn be had l Sex. nrwou-xced Dr. V5-Hmm Sum' l I' U' Hymn Q 'KL rn1l,Cfan ff Gfaauaaf Sfud-cs :ms i "- lf M11 12' zffivd bf Wh l5iZ'I"l' wuk 1 O SCOTTY TELLS A GOOD ONE will f','ffaffH V Pawn! !,fzsm'fw' lsslzef ,...i.. :tudents mize Clu K TEM PLE ri, lm' 'l PM x'1uix'?-'K' - 1 1 'rl' F ,n+r. I W , , fix Hur- z-mv-r'v 1,li,AuUrz ., -,f:mll.x,d um . 1, 'rr,:n'fx.1 l i l.. ,,, .Q L. 1 Q-fm il be rulem- fc F-- 'lf D-zfmhlr 5 rld Peet Gives Verse ' ncepts Of Poets, PM :Wh ww. ,,,. ww, . L1 1 .,,U:,l ll -lv emu lwlim rv I l -l ',.z'l"" IW s fl vlr,:,- lu 3 M uv, this Ml W lx: I K. 1.. ilw pr X Vw Ilia: 'nm Im : :-- .x may . lmEv1iu11 v . cv xmxlram .,,....... .11 vmbm JI -1 onlin y rf M-mu W - md I1 - 'Cixi ,el Yiwu hm: 'vw' il- hu .' ill Umm nf- w. will hs 1 Ml mv divlsh un-. Mr ,-wif-wer of Nw: rxfixianl :nl mr. Carl -1 G1 rwuxn. Qi...- To Hon I : Lefs I nbade fA F., v X x SIIUBT Cord 7 K Y' I 100768011 - ' I I I I I I 2 J Starts Wezlnesd M gf' Z K W N , ,N ,,., ...W .,.,,. , ,, M... ,,..,,,,, , ' ' " " 1, KK 'X 'HCL MISSISSIPPI Efmlzxy, Ncnvvrxxbcr 14. 1952 ,-.,.f.. .WMS XS XR ' ff' T Q Q M o .34 uslclans And aj ore tts x ' .. W P d F B A D - 2 XM ,Y , I1 ara C Ol' 311 8. A . MW' y 1 ...W D - . ' M 1 ff -V 5, . 1 rum Major ' - S 6 , ..-' if P t X 3 estlvztzes td Q ' 2 M :W f, 5 7, VC'94,,Q,,2 6 4- X- X E9 n O 8 K f ' QXVQWAWZX ig f 1 Q X .ff f 1 'f4"xy' I :D P . xx 1 d - , - M 1 ay s IGQTHI ,c' O Wy 1 yo . ,yy ,mf FQ " . X f ' -,.v ag. 0 Av? 1 V My IWTVI, Gymvm 42? VVIKBICK A , Zag? E flint: ifmn 305154 M711 5 imma. wil! bw pxweszwrziezi by 1 wy, " A' fm'3A'5'f'9' " Y" " 'Nfl' "Wi ,xx .x N W. ' , q f cw ,V 0 ,V , N K, I,-ff? fm H : 1 w. Yr LA ,ff ff 'vff' ,', w, 4.5-f :W sn, X Q., V? XZ. N Ii... FOV! .M ,M + ws ci mi from W93' or H rcfusg 5 tu 1318 religim WMM neck on Hx-ow a 1 wmn-rx AJ.-opardizl. those- same SCC, T e . o!hers in our own smug ,MV casa, we .umunity? idx.. xx with up en ,ww A Kua, 1 HAIA A ,,.. , . P Are we going to invesiigate this tmbe- Fd NM we we ai "Z ,... ,......ff- ' ,, lievuble incident of this mid-ceuiury? Are' mf his nmmpius 9 i , ,.nen, and we going to sec it to justice? Ari- we going ng., we be-gin to ' ,wwe this iucred- to let thc world---particularly Yankee land- V+' iklciteru did .,re.Huiihe0lf1familiar know that this bs nm the feelings nf true, W ffrelifag of co...,,vsacenry re-turns and we say. "There must be some miata!-av." HH? Hu-re' is nu ini:-zizzke. If :lid huppfrn fufrw. The news uumrne-nlamr, Ihr' news- hnspitnizle Southeruers? Are we geing: to see that hooded terror is forever aboiished in the Souihhand? fir. are sw gfnixzg in setiiv back in that !'115thi'1sl armchair and get zz Time rclaxaf pagwr . . . ilxcffrv right, lima. saying pimraljv. Um- nf the im-vimxs frcbcdomss Qc: aptly If vrnfl happrn Iwrff -,-,A ,,,,,,, M, , .,,,,.,.,.,.....,..,., ,s .--,,,...... - -M .--....- M.. .,,. vm.- ..,,,M-.,--,.. ..,,.,, Ra mi Shaw Ciwmle Plans 9 - ag-agqm-umm--m 0 if s Q 5 4 THE LAST mai 1: cixflfruw 11444.11 A we uh. 'Q D- T-:mul .9 ,, 1. E'LL - - T0 Esiabiisfi www... , , XI exq t I L . gf:-fx. L ?m-f'Gg15iz'.:2sun I-Jr thu xx zn- .4 , . . I I 1-rms.: 'nz quarts: wi!i umimzmf-13g,' , U1 ,":c,1,ffq,'2 :m-Lg1bi1sh La YL-ruf-1,3 JLG? Z1,.fa':, ,Adm X 4 w - 4 'H s ,v ' v . iwmmm,,4 lure aa.s1'ma:5,' H621 5t211.zi:m,1, gf IQ- JV inf' ilflxxxiil ssx.-tmchfr,'731'3"'-"IQ fm Tinzkl fiwww' Wwi X or 1-Lam c.zchE!r'Q5!z1:u32'2 emi? a.'lm'2.zza,q ...min--f N '1 4-'a:""5-K Ni ?"1?'-M 1 Elms 1.x-cms," szrzzfriz Lis: ' A t I Darby, n'uQ1:f:r.n. , 1 1 L on img rampalys sea U , A V, y I' V 5 v ,H , gm. Ecnygg Ti,-UQ, .slr v:W-s:". u.,.L,,:w'. .Mr X Sm.. zz :ri ra 5 ,aw ff-5,1 , ' .X u '-' ff- -,,..,,.,,.-,.- 5 L: .4 . QI A su m-- , v,a.:,V1' ff. , , ' WH 4 fc ,-,mwe .nw :izm uf milf lywzh--ww .l r 1 N y - f A.. 773,553 4 3 S .wr1,y.p- 1,.'.--w1..,zf..ziUf. wa..f1 u 11 .Q ff, " '.' 4-:wig - f ,mfnzmm mm :rw p:v1u:1 ma.:-hwi ' 'X' '. gfgnlzatlgyz will rm' in 35:-yf'w:c1r,mid-. 1 O42 if-4 X' 5 Nd' X U , , K I . h ,K A ' aim' rf If: 1 . 1 ill.: 1 rt Beauiws 'f 'Tm f' ' V ,,1,.f. A ww.-aizdown :JI the mkmzamcmrj mm, i,,,,5U3j bww, M- 5-,W TIME W ii:-at vim-prmsb ruvezzls thai were me -SUT 5unu:"'fLy. 13112 Nr 1 Z' .Adenlz body, revqucsis 5,1-Q.Wgi,.!,ur0ci, 378 jummw' 2?-BQ K ,A b,,.xvU2 X,,-a,'n.,'NrrTxA Q i....-.....,..vg-1. humor. playa ti-up MM! . . - Qf'GHfU1Hf9v1'1 W :o5,hcaym1:'ee and 225 ireslnm-vw Liu-elf f Ann Swswelg by JUYCE LEYVIS ln' UAH' D 12 'fsmpm hem' -'l W" f"'fZmfY5f'S U5 UW WCVR- Am H1 ..w,ffl Swfl --1.-gr, Z www corripmlfzvd lem than unffj wk U u,gndiy'D Njwpg' No c'2u1.15 walk be: arnvpwd .Hier II, w, nmw- .ff am, tw W'u.Ifxsr:E'w, - - f a .Ae . . . , .. . . A ' , v. . .mmvlala Chowk Wm walk Gfivffffmal War ui ,fr A Siding Iwihm Zmvemb-r KL, and .GL rcs.x,.1nzuE1.I,m mmf r Q v ,ly Ahh. fm-1 mu V,-,,.-1.1 1----AH h' :I d'b' xmdsfzata uni Tmvv an gr ln:-'-45112 hm- 3,2 H, ww-5 E.fgq:,' ,JU SH ,wnjv -ff? - G ftomrh: my we n-:abr wgiiztrmimn fztfmny-. .nf Muifp.-rv. Bewriv ,I f x rwffnghgc 5 t 'he facial mmm wx ilk-fwzxxttu-Y X. Ilifyil-.1-ygvrfy July, C:-.wrpgvg-I .Mm mg? 'Mfg '--:'-'1r-'- V 5 wa. rf-M F, r,4.,..w.f, fxswlmfr 1-x-vous Jscember G, pubilclty Elead Tum' .Rf in xhniab .f Q- " . f. 1" x.,fi., frffvrrir - - gDiCi CIEUITICQS fy " """ RA' .. M-, -Y ?ICi!lS .wmv AWA Lew-M 13 mm.-iw :mile-! higlw W 'M H. .ff FW -idljm , ' V W,,,v,.,W,.,.-M' ac 1-on LU' drzcfvf' r, ua., P'i52.ixe.laf ,Q m' 1 w x' " ' Tv ' lathe -q X ngifmg prqfwgm Lim xy-':'r1E,:Ly g,r.f1.,mm Emir? Tzzvl- yu' L ' K w w- ?w,:fn,:,.1 nalv 4. Fisiwr head Ui' may vshwsa he sisrskfl N1 Frmtlzf,-rrfsf ,qjgn-gg w ru 11,11 M- hardy, Sv '1- mrly. " 31133 Fvlix Swm- :'?1:xnrfs.a lug gfimyuug ity Nm- Cimmg ful? r., W 4 MM, wiv'- lfiwl I 'E Ymm lfirztmwz- 23' uf-1 -11 .?.wk:f,1.xw11c' I'Tirw.'1 -rr! 91 U- 1 I1 .1 I.: ' , ' U, 2344 gfk,:,.,1 in pkg: f-wma vim r iw,-we 41:1 Jme ug. 3 Y W , ii ' 'rx , W ' I mf C ' Qyfxxwwfff Ur- 5553 v I Q1-,lxh 2 1 1 ' lm, N. f , Jam-4 :Lzbvr ZS. .-'X 1211, D sis-4, -nw ,-v LH M + Q In-,.1,,, u - fnwhf,,m if QM- firvl, vin- 'f'.1d+fm 2: 15' my H 1 Er .xllrfwu-:wLE ' IH ' H lgfkx-1:1 G I wh.: an.-' isis' ,V . Y x 1 rlw ,S . "Y 'Wi' 1 -' Favors QW: swf SE Q . in uw . - W- -- '- -W W S vw 1 .- ww -1 wumnwr w x - i ww park-3: V 'vw za-W .aw Cum' ,A mraljlu are. . Y W., Xi """"""""' ' ' WM, .W M . . ,,,. ,,., - -.. W - W ,,. fm- - Y W N1 wk , 'ws " -Y ' I X :Z 'X-3 Committee S urveys Q W "MM Q if 3 f X" ,, 2... W 2 -- " An evalustioxx committee apw 'W I pmnteci by the American As- NW' , 55311 Socxatxon of Colleges for Teacner . w Y- 4, ff 7V"'w"xPAX -,N - , - . H Mgt'-"""" .,, Education has been sm veymg -si. gm, Q- 1 ' 3, .if X - . 1 xv K W- - J... f ff the campus for time past two -' f f dzayffno observe ciassmoxn tech- 7 x x v . . . . .. - - 4 Mr Nl x mques, facmtxczs and the overall , .4 H LSGCHGI'-YI'31311hg program, ac' ' I wg ' 'fn ff S , v , X b sffyggxqkb rf. lm . . 4 1, cmdmng to Dr. R. A. Ivicimmosw, J , . . S xf fn. 4 X Q-'f' ' , dean of the cnliege. . - . f Q ,M ,L -r , Vg , fyufxk , A I QQ.. V, A , 4, - The dr-an declared mat mis is U R,4T..- , -,-' 'Q h --f' 3 mv afirsi time that Southern has had N X 4' . W' " ' y1l,:f' a chance to sake :advmxizme of such sg 1 . X u If-f' .fl 'men an evaluafion, - -1 - ' M, ' .h ix, Members of the survey commit- ' K, WG l P11 hw J tee are Div. E. B. Roh-art, dean of 1 W - . sn the numbcr of c-lemon fbi? 531001 Of Stiufffatism at TJOUMWS I . 'f -M" , f-. within fha' gmail! five x wxr'Sf' D Stub: univmfsityg Prefsidexrk C. B. K ' Ndms 'Qhwd ' J Smith ni Tray Siam CASSJ Teachers X R ' JM , ' T. . ' ' ' 0001 HE S E H, C?0NEx nm' ,, I 5-ily .Jn j f .L f' . MU: .. lffif 'E3W,- ' .f, an AA M J FLIQ. HT INTO FAN TASY 'fi -W. 2 fy Q. "Qs, WIW .-.-l....L ' f If :Lx ,J L -,jf . .. Ao A :Ft as . .1 5. yf' K.. G fat.- K . Uv -hw Ayub' mihf HS is ers 1 mars, S, am , Ben World ,var S1 'hat R mi miiy 3 of th ' ""9""""'T" 0 ' V ff,!fT f ,L gg-,..A...4-ff X' "M- S5176 ibn I HKS?-1 iearkex . Ntfkiva of Swsdan native of Sweden, Dr, I-Iniixnan tor three years an msecutive oi 'student Christian movement in oeuntry, and holds the rank of lin M a chapiain in the Swedish '. In 1945045 he. directed the 1, U! ihe War Qrisoners' A311 he Work! YMCA in the United as and Canada From ihls : be moved into n staiif position the World Student Christian ration, and served in this y for four years, Biology Head v. F. H. Ysmee,v,x5. J. lefpariment of biniofzy College in Mobile, cial series of lectures religion Monday as mms Emphasis Week e climax of the series meetirxz sf the Beta Beta Wzhe Alpha Epsilon Delia. wi!! .bp "Bvm1ution and member of the miitqrial xo 'biviorgical iuux-na .rr Yancey " st Beta L Cheules E Mixsassxppv f he :h in Char! tm, mr 'I' an 01111 . B. Cowan 7 C ' 1 speaking to t members who major breakfast! ended 3' morning have been held 'min px-nd for o Pledge Fratern . Mem who have qualiiie '-Q, membership in Phi Eia S' , ' national honorary freshm ' f ciesy, Wil! be plefslgg-A im f Q Q , ' ' ,' t,i I 1 Oi' QE 1 Xlf Pebruzxrv Ihr, 59.465335 asaizifcant .fvxxfg Q . .,,X1, 6lS'lIflOLES1f'f3f' img W2 Lfeikievsxs f 4: fiwiivfi , Q ,Swfzl 63.2. K A5 ,A 3 gf Qu- ' W' ""' Q ow GLORY ON Iwo JIM Kimora. :f.m!wf7 saws: Hg X- Y-mi mm, ,...,,.,.w.. ,., MA ME5::ifxzE,pyJi:xr1,who 'fff 2 gif s,,i.u,fig, ,, Ej""'MU -zevzrcww vibe , :fr mlm- 1 :mmf 3? . 'ai Qtxsxfff f 7 N51 'Lx of Wilgwfisl lf? -11? yeas' HS coik, , may-Bt ' x MM WM: ,.,-W, , , Y- .HN .-, 4-..v..,.-.-3wW ,. m...X,m., W, 4,9 Af, 23 , ,, , ,fy 'tx if ' , ff , 1 x , wi JACK MOORE 71 ff 1' POOR' English DB,un5....,, CUB REPORIER f ' - 'W M Q' THE primary reason for tha, 0 gkrmznber of failures in Enghsh D W. In ' 1 .15 last quarter xx as a xwak lbackground in 'English funda Q tmentals, announced Dr. D in ' fYoung, head of the division of language and literature. By BETTY LUDLUW g Othwr If-:miami given bv Dr. Xmlfw A Freq. e 3 i S t I. a ti 0 n for the T fcyi iailxflraf include exvesfdvn fabsux A lem, iaxluraf to turn 1:1 vm ffn spring quarter for Smdenw eflwassrlgrxmentx and general incixfhr jwinter quartet will begin next: The 1-vaults of a placement r, shun- u dur YVS. hmm lvl that Ln xr un-rihmnlwwlx to In na E wi? 5 , QV REEKS V355 If . Qui ' ' gu+gQQi1I: 1 i i aff , A 5 ,- 4909 Y? ir' S.. 52 , M ,slim I 51.335545 1 fM.:l, -f.l'i'-ggi T ' f' .:. -53' I YJ?" 1 . E'3'T,5,, , l 4 -1 3 4 Q-Zag. J Fi 1,25 'F ,fl 'Q M2114 rj : ,i TL? 1 M.Q.'g,, f..f3.',fffAA , .,. 1 fam 33, 'fp . . A -M7 Nw'-AA. ff 5e5'3?s5g'i.? 11221 'ilfwf ,ef 1432, f,x1.s,g, x s fx. 5:55553 flm 4 iq! Q7 .1-1' za 4 ' Q V 'LA '- .' . .. Vi, I." "' S Seven: l-lelrner, Sn'iiTh, Jones, Travlor. Standing- Franklin, McDavid, Murpnree. OFFICERS ELIZABETH HELMER . . . . eET2ATolNE SMITH . MARTHA NELL Toms . A . . SHARON FRANKLIN , . .PubliciTy MARTHA TRAYLOR . . . . . CARQLYN MQDAVIE T.., 4 caufiesy DOROTT-TEANN MURPT-TREE . . T-louse PresidenT , Vice-PresidenT SecreTary Chairman Treasurer Chairman Chairman Down heah in The land oT sweeT magnolias, all The sororiTy gals leave Theah individual mansions and meeT once a monTh in a meeTing Place called The Panhellenic l-louse. Each sororiTy is represenTed aT These meeTings. The rules sTaTe ThaT The Panhellenic Council shall promoTe inTer sororiTy cooperaTion in campus liTe . . . regulaTe rushing Through rules agreed upon by all members . . . seT guoTa Tor sororiTy membership . . . open rush weelc wiTh an annual Panhellenic Tea . . . govern The womens TraTei' niTies. Local Panhellenic is a member oT a naTional Pan- hellenic conTerence . . . oTTicers are selecTed by roTaTion. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL MEMBERS ED AKERS, PresidenT . . CLIFF THOMAS, SeCreTary . ANTHONY JIMINEZ, Treasurer RICHARD DIAMOND. , DOUG FERGUSON . BUDDY KLEIN . . BOB HICKS , , . BILL WILLIAMS , . SYD HALL .... RALPH SIMMONS . . INTERFRA Diamond, Thamas, Ferguson, Klein, Hicks, Akers, Jiminez, Williams, Hall, Simmons, . . . Kappa Sigma Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega . .Phi Kappa Tau . Kappa Sigma . Phi Kappa Tau . . Pi Kappa Alpha , Pi Kappa Alpha . Kappa Alpha . Kappa Alpha Two ouTsTanding SouThern genTlemen Trom every plan- TaTion on TraTerniTy circle Compose The lnTerTraTerniTy Council. They give The word on whaT's proper Tor rushing and pledging prospecTive planTaTion owners, assign cal- endar da+es Tor The various SouThern balls, give in The good ole SouThern way To worThwhile causes, and spon'sor ole Tashioned SouThern socials several Times during The school yeah. TERNITY COUNCIL SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA ll was in lhe Soulhern par+ ol Mississippi, on lhe lawn o+ Soulhern's College: il was May, I937, when Sigma Sigma Sigma paid ils permanenl visi+. The young ladies, in lheah purple and while anle-bellum gowns caplivaled lhe people wilh Iheah Soulh- ern drawl, and alluh one "I-Ii, yawl" They wuh accepled. lnslead ol beauly resl, lheah lime is spenl in dramalics, dancing, Pi Omega Pi, and religious organizalions. Charming lhe Pilces was Dorohleann Murphree who became lheah Dream Girl, OFFICERS JEANETTE I-IOGUE . . .Presidenl KATHLEEN LOFLIN . ..., Vice-Presidenl JANE MCCIJLLOUCI-I . , . Recording Secrelary PUTI-I BLACKLEDGE . , , . Corresponding Secrelary BARBARA LENAZ . . . , ..,.. Treasurer MRS. LEON VVILBUR . . .Advisor MEMBERS Firsl' Row: Pulh Blaclcledge, Suzanne Brislow, Micha Brown, Grace Cochran, Joan Courlney, Joan Crawlord. Second Row: Sallye Sue Davis, Vivian Duclcworlh, Mary Eason, Fannie l-larvey, Jeainelle l-logue, Norine I-ludson. Third Row: Phyllis lmbragulio, Joyce Jones, Barbara Lenaz, Kalh- leen Lollin, Gladys McCann, Mary McCleave, Fourlh Row: Mary Jane McCullouch, Joan Mangrum, Dol Mur- phree, Peggy Opperman, Barbara Peasler, Jo Jo Pillman, Fif+h Row: Anne Ray, Bellye Sue Ray, Jimmie Simmons, VVillene Simmons, Mary Smilh, Vesla Smilh, Sixlh Row: Mary Slephens, Peggy Tinnin, Palsy Toler, Jane Touch- slone, Virginia VVhalley, Marrela While. No? Piclured in Panel: Joan Armslrong, Virginia Golden, Pran- ces Griiclelh, Joan Lewis, Jean Mangrum, Bessie Phillips. N Q fm., W' if K6 X Q N Wm Q4 4, x 7 7 I Y Q , l X QF ,Q . 3 3 V :::,. 42,5 "' -947' , 1. , W s x X 1" X X F 1 1 1' 3 1 X ,., 1 Sh "". . f H 4 f 11 1 1 X X Msvm ff ai ' 9 .Al . X '11 1 1 f 1 1 1 K A Gm 1 ,.,,,. . 1 vi. . ,:,:, Aw' 1 1 1 , My sw , W- , A x :+,,,w:i: , . f JK' QM' X I 5 ak Q' K . Abt' 'W' ,. X f Jj ' A A ff-vffgf ,aj .,., , 1 V LM ' l J TQ ,.. .,1 , i M1 N., l X x '. 4 '9,4.....,, VX T A . I Q 5,02 " rx ,515 ' ,, My f Q 1,5 Q1-1: 1 Y ...mn qxwm i ,fn ' WUDQ' 2 . - 11 5, l'-f f XIV' :A 7 I 4 X .1 Q I N Q 1' ro-,Q Q we syn K 1 v v 1 sws N - x ' X x S 1- -:41 11 -:V - KS 0 I X Q 6 ba A N .N. 1 "fm X . I ' K l vez:- V i X .. q 1 A X, ' Q , - 4 ,M jg. 2, .. ., 7' x S 2382 '- , X -1 11 .-2s N . lf' 125 Founded: April 20, I898, af Farmville, Va Alpha Sigma insfalled May I4, I937 X All f 17,11 J . .--. 1? - . b V, Q, ,.,, -y K zo ' - X YN Q 1, . , ' .41 f . 4 , 'Q ,Liv X 5 1 W, bw' Q" Q., ? , 'M .. W1 Q . ' 1 1 1 hx 13, W ., I XM , ffl S Z Vli... 1, F' I f 5 J Kg. . i is p 'W N ww - N i ,Nw N,,. 41-view' 3, ' 'ff X Q ,X 1 5 A X A xi A 'Q Q11 4 X ' 1 Colors: Purple and While Flower: Violei 4521 1,1-'lg' 1 4 I 7 W' 17 , '- 'W , 1 in 3114 6, I A I " A I. 48x . 1 """21,.. . X X 5 1 f , X T 5 X , , wa 5 - Q WA 'f,,, ov' xiNf"""' NXQWXX Q.-. Top: Alpha Sigma Alpha Officers Top Cenler: Wanna see our elchings7 Bollom Cenler: Pledges Galoryl Bollom: Il says so righl here ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA Aslers were blooming and narcissus were sweelening lhe Soulh- ern air wilh lheah lragrance. Il was May, I938, iusl one yeah alluh lhe lursl sororily had been lounded lhal Alpha Sigma Alpha came lo Soulhern's grounds. The planlalion was growing-lor anolhuh mansion had been added. The Soulhern Belles in lhis abode were ladies ol ambilion, and al once proceeded lo engage in Vesper Choir, I-lome Ec. Club, Kappa Pi, Alpha Lambda, re- ligious organizalions, and Whos Who in Colleges. lnlermirigled wilh ruslling lallela were sludies and seriousness, and lhe scholar- ship placgue was acquired. OFFICERS ELIZABETH HELMER. . .... Presidenl .IOSEPHINE EAVES . . Vice-Presidenl FRANCES HOLIEIELD. . . , . .Secrelary MARJORIE CARROLL. , , . .Treasurer SUE JACKSON . . . , Regislrar Lou LAWRANCE. , , . Chaplain JANE ANNE EVANS. . . .I-Iisloriari ANNETE WILDER. . . . . .Advisor MEMBERS Firsl Row: Peggy Bowling, Jo Ella Canlield, Mariorie Carroll, Joyce Cooley, Carolyn Davis, Josephine Eaves. Second Row: Virginia Elheridge, Jane Ann Evans, Elizabelh I-lelmer, Erances I-lolilield, Sue Jaclcson, Barbara Johnson, Third Row: Marye Kinnebrew, Chrisline Ladner, Lou Lawrence, Belly Loellel, Joyce Magee, Carole Massey. Fourlh Row: Elouise Mullen, Ersalene Mullen, Carolyn Morris, Anne Myer, Lavelle Null, Jere Pelerson. Fillh Row: Mary Lou Powell, Joanne Red, Margie Reynolds, Joann Tedlord, Jo Anne Waldrup, Slephanie Welch. Sixlh Row: Geraldine Yawn. Nol Piclurecl in Panel: Lula Mae Gillolle. Beverly Mclnlyrel Joyce McCarlhy, Carolyn Riley. 126 M I I y, I Founded: Longwood College. Farmville Vnrgmna November I5 I90I Bela Delia insfalled May l93B Colors: Pearl While and Crimson Flowers: As+er and Narcnssus fr .W F4 5, H I Y lm Q fi! M f of fx' we . .,,. 5- f,: . . fx V ,f " HQ ' wwf A ff ZQJ . ff if wi . 'Q 4 'N 5 ' Q' Nl ff X f .O f 1 , " T" ' X Q ' - ",.,: 'FY Q ' s if 9-., 4 .Q Q L , J" A - X T 'N 1 nf rf Q " ' f V y nr new if: ' 652 f V f f s VK 2 4 I Qciiwg f r is PX V Q xiiw r 4 X , .wg 2 f xx- ' A wr . , 'QP L 619' .wf w 1:1551 f W , gone. SE' I ,K gi , Y - vt kj' fz X 'N X H+: 5? , we .1 .., X 5 Wm f- Ze . f , QQ ' , , gym, ,. ,4, , P gv -e an n .. V M! .i , 81 f 1 f ff, " M -E, 1 ' ZZQ24! fy Q ef 1 wh W ' kr 5 Q0 ,A V. fzg . J Y. . 1 'cw' H ,H , 4, 4 ,mf J, 1. 31 f' .f f 2,4 QW 2 JJ"-' , jk, 07" Wx .X Su' X 'S , , V, . 'V f K - 4 U i ,W 'f- ' 1' 'ff ff ,wi . fl 1' Top: Officers of Della Sigma Epsilon Tap Cenler: Calsup and french fries, loo! Bollom Cenler: The lowly ones of DSE Boflom: The I0 Thai Zieglield missed DELTA SIGMA EPSILUN-. Bur 'rwo mansions wuh noi enough, for lheah wuh loo many Belles To be accommodaled by iusl These Two. In T940 Della Sigma Epsilon began work on lheah home. The Soulhern spirll was high, bul hoops and panlaloons wuh pul aside Tor hard work. Alluh 'rhey became eslablished They reahly began To 'false parl in everylhing--Kappi Pi, WSGA, Sludenl Prinlz, band and ele- menlary and religious organizalions. OFFICERS YUBA JANE Hesioiaicic . . .rfesadeni KAY come ..... . . .vicarfeszaeqi AUDICE LADNER . Recording seaeisfy Beverew wiLLEMoEs Alumni seaefsfy JACKIE Tomas, . . . . . .rfessufef JoAN POWELL, . . . ,eiaofisn JUDY DAVIS ,... . . ,ciispissn MARY Jo MAGEE . . . . Advisor MEMBERS Firsl Row: Jeri Alexander, Joy Banlcs, Mildred Black, Mary D. Brown, Palricia Brown, Mary Buchanan. Second Row: Eloise Calmes, Frances Davidson, Judy Davis, Mary Lou Davis, Carol Demy, Belly Granlham. Third Row: Winiired Griiclis, Louise l-lead, Yuba l-lendriclc, Bob- bie l'linlon, Ann l-lorne, Addemae l-lowell. Four'l'h Row: Dorolhy Jones, Joy Kessler, Margarel Kessler, Au, dice Ladner, Nila Ladner, Ann Lillle. Fif+h Row: Kalie M. Miller, Sue Minion, Pamela Nicholaon, Joan Powell, Geraldine Ray, Joyce Samples. Sixfh Row: Bellye Joe Simpson. Bernice Smilh, Geraldine Smilli, Mary Sullivan, Virginia Sumrall, Mary Rulh Taylor. Sevenlh Row: Jacqueline Torres. Noi' Piclured in Panel: Billie Frances Ford, Evelyn Garroway, Joyce Jamison, Kay Colcer, Lorena Magee, Elmire Farrell, Laura Ga- roway. Qx, X X ,.: ' I fa-uw' XM 4,,. .. .f VL V 1 AW . . 4 Af ,.,,, 'Rx ,K N he f Q 2 v fax S 'A k vw" wal 1. . .l C 1 'Mil , 1 'LN' 2' l Q 4 l '41 ,, Q J Aj, 5 i g: . gl . W, W 2 Q C .34-by 1 eff ' I ,-5 , N I 1: .' SY! ' 'XS' ' X V N 'VW ' x .ffm ,mf C ' N . v f ' X xy 2 , , I W ' ,ff . out he " v Y . S ,n if Q 'N f .lf X X Eg. 5x95 QR? S XZ 44 V 5 K 1.05 zu. F Q ? r if , N fi' ff M X' in x A QW QU M 2 Nw 5 Q-diff ' fn' ,,,,, 4 3 mg 4' ' , , W , W I yfy I if f X .. Q, J Wm 7 c V, ,Q V ,L C ff X .X -1:3 ,Q-" 7 . fe Nw N , 4 Z w U M 8 xx, 'N-Q., Founded: Miami Universi+y, Oxford, Ohio, Sep+ember 23, l9I4. Alpha Kappa insfalled May IO, I940. Colors: Olive Green and Cream. Flower: Cream Tea Rose. :r fb 4 Q Q51 'V .. 'ww ,.a51, ,a,. , .. ',- iff f- V 'L fa '1' 4 ' , 7 C,7M, as f C- ' 'ml , , Q L.4: ,Q .. fi A A R M Z Qi f Qi N Q . A gown- ' "' . -L 2412 1 ,f i ' We fl T y W 5 x , f 4? .W 5 "W K f X Maxx , 1 f i ..': sy. J 1 S, y M 7' I X V, TS? 5 X X V W, Lg g. Q me 7 Q, X ' ' a - gs- .eo W xv fx .gf.-. Q ,. qw: X:-1-:3::3:1:2fg . ff: fl. Q f, 1 ' X Ku. 129 4-xx ' Y Q L.. Q C f X x W A X X ff, 0619990 600 'N' 10 ?i19 50 QGSQGTIQQ E wa!! 'ai 5' PYQPSFA Top: Chi Omega OFFicers Top CenTer: The winnahl BoTTom CenTer: Who sTaclrecl This dealt? BoTTom: Tho MoTher-Daughior Banque? CHI OMEGA lT was April, l949, when anoThuh group oT beauTies wandered down SouTh. The Chi Omegas, sTrilcingly lovely in idenTical gowns and bonneTs oT cardinal and sTraw decided Thaf heah was The place Tor Them. Surveying The planTaTion, They, Too, added To iTs splendor. Keeping Theah charm, They became acTive in Pi Kappa DelTa, Alpha Psi Omega, Pi DelTa Phi, BeTa BeTa BeTa, Kappa Pi, WSCJA, Music Clubs and Religious organizaTions. Sha- ron Franlclin was The belle oT The ATO Ball, and became Thealw SweeThearT. OFFICERS Jo ANN Ti2EiscHMANNT . T TPrerraer+ SHARON FRANKLIN. . . .Vice-PresidenT DOT MEMANUS. . . .seerersry ANN l-TASSELL. T . . TTresSrrrer BETTY JEAN TEMPLE. . . . . Pledge MisTress MARY l-TAWKINS. . . .Advisor MEMBERS FirsT Row: RoberTa Bracy, Virginia Bradley, ConsTance Burch, Sue Campbell, Niclci ,Cargile, MarTha Claire Cooley, Second Row: Deon Dunn, Evelyn Frances, Sharon Franklin, Barbara PorTenberry, BeTTy Sue Gamble, Donna Gore. Third Row: Ann l-lassell, Marianne l-layden, Jo Ellen King, Chris- Tine Lehmann, Sue, Dees, DoroThy McManus. FourTh Row: Sybil Faye Magee, lda Marie Milner, Joanne Myers, BeTsy Nelson, BeTTy Jean Temple, Yuvonne ToussainT. l:iTTh Row: Joanne Trieschmann, Sallye Trieschmann, Joan Welsch, MargareT Yeager. NOT PicTured in Panel: Marilyn Roper, BeTTsy Clarlc, Margaret Turman. 130 J! i i i 1 5 T S Q r i I 3 l I E D E 3 T s 1 S f 1 1 r T 2 l l 5 T l l i Q F, Wi,- l 4 i 1 l of -fin 1 . , ,Ax -.gi 1 v -E! K yi K 1 S, X, if ,pw f 544 Qtr ii ,dk is uv' N - .n ..., - . , -' W2 W, A X,,,, 913 fu , .f ' H fini. r X ' "W" , .. .,A,, M V M Y Q W, "if1,: ' fx Aw -, in-,f g i, .,.,, , , Kg if an -MN, " ,: dm - lf. . LM, , fx 5.5 'whiifiivf-. 'W . .11. W ,, ,. .,,:a. ,Q ,, -, rj, dwg- -- y r V F ,,,,1 , . , , f fx V ,. Z S QS -45 ., H A... fm , if 1 , 6 V wwf ,. -Y X 4, ,.:,.,4 .,,,. , A ,X-3-'iw , Q- f A Q. , , X, Q 0 f' QQ 5 , ' 1 If ' I nv- fwf- i ieis IIII i , ::,,, ,- Q f Q. ,, ' I Pyf af W3 f ,M gg 5. -v V Q , HN ' -Q' E GM i gi " - wg , .LLL Xxx 2 V f w-YF 0 , Mg 7 X 'Q X f 15,5 H X , , - J Q, V ns KN if WS' Y' f ' 5 1 S ixigfgx 432-E,:,,, .1 2 - A -. ' 335' 'V - , , '1 ' YQ, . in ' i, 1 ,f ""' Y- " f -1. X F 1, '- . - 5 x .1 3 ,E W? " 'f "G ' 2: .. i in A .W 1 rp -. . . . J ,A 1 .,. M r . A Q W A , .,,., ,v,,V , X kx I , , , Q. N , ,M ' A , 2' V5 v r ' .v Q- W .:- 'Q 'gqfizik ' fx -1, i ,. ' - , 7 ,J A n , wg 1- my, ,. 1. . - 11:5-55:52 f .gulf ' . 1' ', V ,Q 1, -M 4 f W if X , 1 f W ..,,, A Q ,rig 5" 5, 5- X 7 2' ' a,wf'f'2f xx, 4 S J X Z 4 NEAR Q 131 l l 1 fi f A Hs. , af- N xv ' " 2 ' Founded: Universily of Arkansas, April 5, la95 Epsilon Delia insfalled April 23, I949 Colors: Cardinal and Sfraw Flowers: Whife Carnahon UNK, fin 1 1Q""w-M X 'W I ,., 7,4 i is .. '24 Wg, 3 ' A ' :if - lm-K HM, . i 3 , lm.M'-" , SEK I f 1 K ,rN'A "" ' 'Q R : - ,, , ff? A .-:. , ve! . 'i Msg! QQ X wwf' ,pf W'--. ' Mis f Q5 'nz I f f f ii f , , f My X ff 'iw , , sw up ' 'QM f 4, I XS? X f X X f A ' 1 f i ZiQ1qm ,Q W Q V 33133 ' 'K w , Jia' 43 - ..-. .,, . ,Q Y K1 '45"2 4q.- ,.1:. ' ..,, , ' ,wav Z .,1., 0 im, ,X fi T l I 64 w . -aff .Meme . 'Ax Top: OFFicers ol Kappa Della Top Cenler: Whal Angels!! Bollom Cenler: Thai KD smile Bollom: And 'lhen he . . . JV I, lf! KAPPA DELT Perhaps il was lhe while roses, or maybe il was Soulhernls almosphere-whalever il was Kappa Della couIdn'l resisl ils call. Indeed, lhey added lo lhe scenery-lhe azaleas lhal wuh bloofn- ing seemed lo be laded oul when lhese lovely belles made lheah appearance. Bul beauly wasn'l all lhey had-lheah abililies led lhem inlo Pi Della Phi, Kappa Pi, Pi Kappa Lambda, Alpha Psi Qmega, Sludenl governmenl, and Vesper Choir. OFFICERS BETTY CRAIG. . . , . Pre-sidenl JOY TURMAN . . . . .Vice-Presidenl VIRGINIA TOELKE . . , .... Secrelary ANN BILBO ...., . .Membership Chairman I-IARRIET TOMLINSON . . . . . . .Edilor CAROLYN McDAVID . . .,.,. Treasur r ANN LYNN SMITI-I . . . . .Assislanl Treasc e RUTH I-IALL .... ...... A dvisor MEMBERS Firsl Row: Ann Angell, Bobbie Bacon, Linda Ann Bilbo, Gwen Boolh, Carolyn Bovay, Ann Braswell, Jeanne Brown. Second Row: Mae Jean Cahill, l'lelen Campbell, Von K, Car- roll, Mary E. Chapman, Belly Craig, Mildred Dale, Palsy Dees. Third Row: Anne Drury, Ann Esles, Carolyn Posler, Mary Jane I-larvey, Marlha l-lemeler, Maymo l'losIcins, Carolyn I-ludson. Fourlh Row: Mary Esler I-lunl, Sandra Lee, Joyce Lewis, Marie Lighly, Carolyn McDavid, Libby Ann Messer, Kay Polls, Fillh Row: Carolyn Pope, Lallie Redd' Gwen Riley, Jo Ann Ryan. Barbara Shellield, Ann Lynn Smilh, Margarel Sproles. Sixlh Row: Jerry Slevenson, Nancy Sulherland, Nancy Swelman, Jo Ann Taylor, Virginia Toellne, l'larriel Tomlinson, Joy Turman. Sevenlh Row: Bellye Trawiclc, Palsy Waldrop, Annie Walsh, Sue Willeinson. Nol Piclurecl in Panel: Ann Briggs, Peggy I-Ialhorn, Bobby Deli Jones, Ann Lynch, Billie Jean Wilkinson. I I I I I Ii I I fl 'R' ,, bv-s me Q XX if Q- v.' 2, ws 752' v r 2 . fr 1 5 ' , l 5' W Ni" 2 wr. Y 29,5 ? Q 0, , ff'- .,.:"' X' " foe Q X A Q i is '45-4 Gnu if Q ,l, l X Q55 ,f ,.,,, " Q5 , , J ' 'X X H A f ! ,N M 'Q -1 'Nw' ly, N gf we 1:32 Li, A A K S fx X9 f T! W 5 X 1 . Q X N Q. X X gs 6 'N limi: 3 1? i X xi Q bmw' y 'ff' W , "en ,br -:Wx 'K .ff S 'ff' af 1 ' f ' ' ' , 'M ., .Q A ini eg 1.24 0 3: 'f' If 6 jg., 4' .v X -' .. w V EN i.l,w"' Q' ff' 3 u ' YM .1 , . 'Q' 2 Q, Y f f Z QQ , W f ' WH 295 ' A f 4 Q ,V Q26 fgf Q5 , 4 rf: E 'xl f E X , xx -xi S W , WV' ' fff f f vm- if K ik f f . zf'W?A 'f? A17 ,, .A,., . ,, t T i Q 3 Q 'Y 0 'J o no 2 .cf .dem Q 0,0 Q o up , 1 V' - ,,. , 2' QW' 45633 ,, fm Sf W , fi: Q' I 'M X . ' 1 , W A Y " v 1 W F l E 'V X , f 5 , 4 Q A - QW 9, f' X J. W..-i , 37' , , ew . Q 3 1 wine fi 'Sv , 1 Nw 1 fhs rf f Q5 z.'wfiw? f -,ff ' - f .. A if Y., :i-.. 'iw , N 5 ' .i '-xf f m Z' 426-G - .. . . ' bf . H . "EN-' 5 ' .N X - 1 :Q gg. A q 5 X . R r X - Jfzfsxg wr M, A. K - N 'Q ' ff! W X3 X ai 133 Founded: Virginia Sfaie Normal School, Farmville, Virginia, Ociober 23, I897 Bela Sigma insfalled May I4, I949 Colors: Olive Green and Pearl While Flower: While Rose f fl' r 1 11" , ' Mus 1 , , X. 'fig'-. In ,N 0 ' f ai Y fit.:-:P W' MMJ' f ff X . , f ' f - in .. . ik V ffl iv. A or f 'W' f fr. ,V V. fy -ii 1: --P 7 4,11 rvi, U W , ri As 41 4 ' riff? Q6 mx w 1,. up E: ,rx Milf W, ' f Q' 'WVU E f 0 'ie Jr x A 93 W' 1 A ,lxVw ,vi V , 2 A ik Z , X 5 , S , Q , A W , .. . - SM N' - i away 2 1 M .-... - ..........- Top: Phi Mu Leaders Top CenTer: l'loT Tamale! BoTTom Cenlerz The end of a perfecT day Boflomz We won iT ai The fair Lovely rose gowns wiTh whiTe ruTTled panTaloons peeping our beneaTh The billowing slcirTs-more enchanTing Than Theah Tlower The enchanTress carnaTion-The Phi Mus. The March winds were blowing in I95O, and wiTh The breeze, These Iovelies TloaTed grace- Tully on The campus. AT once They were impressed by The Triend- liness ThaT prevailed in Kappa Pi, SouThern Singers, SouThern Players, The band, STudenT PrinTz, Vesper Choir, and especially WSGA. Evelyn MonTgomery noT only became iTs PresidenT, bur c:apTured Miss MSC honors. OFFICERS MARY GAIL I-IENLEY. . . JESSIE WYNN MORGAN . JEANETTE WEATI-IERSBY . MARGARET WRIGT-IT .,,, MARY KATHERINE FRAISER . . NARS. C. O. SMALLING . . 1 MEMBERS . . PresidenT Vice-PresidenT . . . SecreTary . . . Treasurer Pledge Diredor . Advisor FirsT Row: Suio Bardwell, Barbara BreiTling, BeTTye CraTT, Sue CraTT, Julia Cropper, Sue Cunningham. Second Row: Irma Ferguson, Jeannie FloreTh, Jo Frazier, Sue Freeland, Guida Gean, June Greer. Third Row: Marlene I-Iavens, Mary I-lenley, Nora I-luTTman, Mar- Tha Nell Jones, NaTalie Langley, Lily Limbaugh. FourTh Row: Mary McGrady, Evelyn MonTgomery, Joan Moody, Jessie Morgan, Janice Nelson, Joye Parris. FiTTh Row: Gwen Polk, Sarah PraTT, Deedy Sellers, JaneT ScheTTler, DoT Shoemalce, MargareT Slcellie. SixTh Row: Lyn Smalling, MarTha Templelon, Jean Terry, DoroThy Warren, Zadie Webb, Libby Wiclcer. SevenTh Row: Laura Wilber, MargareT WrighT. NOT PicTured in Panel: Mary Fraiser, Mario Nelson, Sammie Irv- ing, JeanneTTe WeaThersloy. 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' Q xl 'BN ., s..,,,l A , xanax 5 , V .Q X jx X V, "'- X. 1 faf, ' Y- " ' W4 Q, X .:..., 1 I 1 ve , 3 . 9 135 Founded: Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, March, l852 Alpha Omicron insfalled March 25, l950. ... 5 Colors: Rose and Whlle. Flower: Enclwanlress Carnalion. ' L'- ,yaw- , f ' M, l 'ew 7' f 2 f , xv 1 7, fl' , 'F' was 1 1 -, X I X f' W ,W , ,--, l , A F--1551 Q2 " :ff ur . fo K , wi 1 W fi GNP W UQ? , Wim-4 1" gy Ha- . . . f- Q X f' " ' 4 , , i . jj N f,f,.vWNW, X- , ' U49 44 w 1 XWX- W f x.-yiwxigij A. PM MMNWWV ,WA Ze' f , 275 ,W ,S ff f 4, f X 7 Q WS L 3 v ww : 1' 5 ..-. 252 11, .Y , 2 wg M Q . . .V T in .W '21 M., ,L 5, NNY ,f f 4 f Q ' 9. 2, f , ' 1' f 2 I ya Shr- K rg 2 , gf' DELTA DELTA DELTA CompleTing The planTaTion wuh The Tri DelTas, as dainTy as Theah pansies, in May I95I. They had heard oT The beauTiTul SouThern campus and iT was unanimously decided ThaT They add Theah jewels To make iT compleTe. WiTh Theah sparkling person- aliTies They immediaTely became members oT Alpha Psi Omega, The PE. Club, Vesper Choir, philanThropic acTiviTies, religious organizaTions, and Who's Who in Colleges. l.il' MarTha Traylor became Homecoming Queen oT '53, MARTI-IA TRAYLOR , NANCIE STUART. . PresidenT , Vice'PresEdenT MARIANNE MCNAIR SecreTary ELSIE AIKEN. . , . . Treasurer CATHERINE HAGERMAN Chairman MARTHA BARRON . . . Chairman JACQUE ANDERSCN . . .Marshall GEORGENE GOETHALS Chaplain MISS ANNA ROBERTS Advisor Firsl' Row: Elsie'Aiken, Jacque Anderson, MarTha Barron, Jan Ber- rier, Barbara Boardman, DoT Campbell, Second Row: Neely CarpenTer, Sarah Jane Craig, CharloTTe Dan- iels, Clay Fields, Sue l:rosT, Beverly Purr. Third Row: DoT Gerrard, Georgene C5oeThals, Nellie Curley, CaTh- erine l-lagerman, Ramona l-laTTier, Linda l-ledgepeTh, FourTh Row: Margie l-lolliday, Jean Jackson, BeTTy Lane, Marianne Lindsay, Jo Moore, Sue Morrison. FiTTh Row: Louise McGinnis, Marianne McNair, MarTha Payne, Marilyn PiTTman, Jackie Plummer, Jan RaTliTT, SixTh Row: Lelia RuTTin, Janice TanT, MarTha Traylor, Diane Weaver, PaTsy Wells, MyrTle Wingo, BicheTTe WorThingTon. NoT PicTured in Panel: Judy Allen, Wiggle MaTThews, Jane Mc, Leod, Mary Brown Nowell, Carolyn Pieri, Nancie STuarT, Marga- reT Temple, Jane Carol YeIverTon, DOT Darrach, Founded: Boslon Universlfy, IBBB Colors: Silver, Gold Blue Flower: Pansy Phi Epsilon installed May, I95l Al ' A I I '-fl, Lag, ,nv - 'lni , K - f ' gg, , A, .JP - lk ..- o Ky 1 .., fx I V I whiff . K 1 , QM we -wofufmx .. ...xii . ' bum xv' X V I li 1 3 -, Q s , ' W r -Xie ,wan 1 , ,- :lm t 1- ,, vm l x. V V JR H Q- r up-f., 'M fn. ., N 4 , ,X Q . X. ,A...,:AA:G 5 ,--,, , V 5 In , .. wail Q ' 1' Y 1 'f ' 1 ' 1 4 , f ' l- of - . ,V X 5 le, f ' Q .- fgyf X2 Z' X: ' f if X .. Q ' 3 ,Q wws- 23 - we , , , . 7 g?iifV "'g .J r ' f 5 l x,,,,M ,Q -f .R .c K", X ' V mfx A lm X L- . mg t U. X 5, ,, Y A x wi V V Y M' V ' l .. Q 2 af R V "' or ' J . l ' N "" .,,,. f . ' - X ' . f C' " A . 5 - 4 M AWQS , ' 54 USGA- lx A r 'W' -r QS 5 f . za, 'Z , 2, ,- - Mow' H J AQ. , was 4 V N , 5 x 2 at Q 1 ,- N xx ?v f x ,X we Q X x X f' 'X 45" w wal' 2 f If , A ' ffy g X 6 f A S X 7 f E X x ,Z ,we Y xx "+ X., K 'X M 3 ak I , lf 2 , lj 'E I ai 5 o r. .. ln A Q L FM N , A, N 9. -Q. f Mg X ff 137 1 ig ax Q ' Rb f-so , f -. if 1 ' ul . .. 1 - .. q x-'. X... . C A . , -"' v ww... El f - 1 - iv- E Founded: Miami Universify, Oxford, Ohio, I905. Beia Epsilon insfalled Oc+ober Ib, l948. Colors: Red and Old Gold. Flower: Red Carna+ion. 1 " 2 9 i'fDK11-I 'Ms' .-Mwns. n Dc W 'H 45: if., PM N 6 A an , .. X fy V -,Hi 3? ' ' i 's3Q4'u. gm 251 f-1 4,5 'Km E.. ,,,,, wha' , ?"' ,WM ., 4, 'J ,4 'S ff 'N 1? pf! 1 41 My , '37, 1 1 Af P-Q, Elon... C ii f 4 M1 , iw! . fi? I Q wg, fl T ., X is E 'K I V 1 . qv...-of .. X I 5 f ..,, Z X ! 'fi A ,fffzfifid ZZRW fi? , 3 fi' Ei? Aga, 4l""'wV nh "1-5"Q"? Au- 'S-YQ fr an-.Ms f N, x L fb, Y'1'1'!'4 ' 9-N , .xg K , X, A R ,Fulk .v4'P"v X 153-,png -fm. ' ,I I B , 1. W, ,V ' -1 Q 5-5 .1 ' 2, L. 5 -- f f.si??Sifss:55"E- Km . .MB ' ff YA Y ': "" :-15-fini, '. X -.mn if .,. T 'N o 1 ii A x xi X V, F18 I2 on vw. I-fs! i ,X I lllx ll. Ai -.1 'J 138 bm ua 11, f'Q5i?2- ml. -. .,...,... ,4.,..,.. PHI KAPPA TAU Way loack on Ocrober I6, 1948, The sun was shining lorighf and all The Soulhern Belles were happy when The Phi Kappa Taus decided lo sellle down in Their ole Soulhern home. The Phi Taus, Though slow and easy like all good ole Soulhern genlrlemen, wasled no lime in Taking an aciive parl in all campus allairs. Sounds ol gayely and lovely Soulhern ladies' laughler are oflen heard from The Phi Tau house as They enlerlain The various soror- ilies. They enlerlrain annually wirh a loeaulilul Red Carnarion Ball, af which lime Jrheir lovely sweelhearf is inlroduced. OFFICERS MERLE GREEN . . . . . Presideni BUDDY KLEIN . . . Vice-Preside-ni' JIM BUCK .ici . . Treasurer ei2AY GILLASPIE . . . . . Secrelary sm: PILL KENNEDY . . . Pledge Masler GENE TURNER . . . . . Chaplain ff Louis BARBER . . . . . . l-lislorian POGER HEITZMAN . . Sergeanl al Arms sam B. TIDWELL ..., . Facully Aaviaaf ROBERT CONGLETON . . . Eaaaliyfaaviaar MEMBERS Firsl Row: Frank Alonzo, Andre Arceneaux, J. L, Buck, Jim Car- Jrer, Leonard Caves, Ed Creekmore. Second Row: Claude W. Delk, Ronald Fournier, Gray Gillaspy, E Nollie Ray Gohf, John l-larlfield, C. E. l-lawkins. A H Third Row: William E. Hill, Roberr Karcher, Kennelh Koch, George Magola, James Maze, Ralph McDaniel. fl'l,.dll3E QM Hill Fourih Row: Millon McDonald, Harvey Moore, Paul l.. Odom, James Parker, R. T. Palerson, J. Wayne Price. Fif+h Row: John Reedy, Ray Roberls, l-larold Rogers, l-lecror E. Ross, M. C. Salvanl, Gus L. Slanlon. Sixfh Row: William Turner, James C. Wailes, Thomas Whirling- lon, Marvin Wynn. No? Picfuredz W. E. Bishop, John Cochran, John Cooley, A. D. l-lendon, Joe l-lolliman, Charles l'lu+son, Joe l-luHo, Billy Kling, Gene Mcl.aurin, Boloby Saba, l-larry Sims, Roberlr Sianley, Tom Wells, Roberl Burris, Luke Caruso, l-larvey Chauvin, Busler Ne- smilh, Tommy Whillinglon, Frank l-lolder, Richard Diamond, TOP: PM KaPPaTa""l1eelS Merle Green, Roger l-leilzman, Bill Kennedy, Herberl Klein, AI.. TOP Cenfen U59 Sanlllusl' 'ron LeFebvre, Jack Miller, Dick Ober, Bennie Rackard, Ralph Bo++om Cen+er: The "Na+ Pic+ured" group Smilh, Clymer Wrighlr. Boffomz Famous lasi words 139 Founded: Washingfon and Lee Universify, l865. Gamma Zela insialled November 7, l948. Colors: Crimson and Gold. Flowers: Magnolia and Red YERTE : a', R o se . i l1,?"".' S53 C h is in Y , 5, n fl! f XY. K , :W 5 +ve W R+ 5 X , . .,V,. ,. f ff :N :X 1 'f ev 3 Q 7' ' f 1 ' f 21 ',, f fl 1 l ' f.f- Q 'Qx 0 , Q sq an is Q 'VT' S -cr 'if' 5 if A- 1: 1 l ' . 1' N - Q: - Q . .3 ..,. , Ln .A as '-n 3' Y A 4115 Ir , I 2 A" A as .gc 'IQ Qs. 1. . L 2' , W lx 5' 1 Qi'- n- X LA .al Is :iq s- :1 me 3 Al ' 1 S-gl' Q gc: X -AA? at 'sk 1 K ,T 5 Q 'V 'O' 9- f ' - ' bv QS K l L K 9 , .,.:.A , . df im: gmc f ,. ma' -'Z " 5 f 9, S, :- x ,fv x l X A :'AX , X ' r '-'xl l r f in ' . A ' O 5 ix W ps 1 , F, Q f ,S ' tr, Q . -Z, 'k , Q 5 1 K, vi lk ax lk I it N ' s 'K-yas X Law' A .A 40 W' ' gf ll -26' X1 'Q . 'tu' l -, A ' xx 1 . .l .-.4 rr: V .xr l' 1 :- Y: 140 in 'S 1 1 X x. if 'it 5 I T .' -,.- .4 was' ' s S 'f l 1. af: 61" f Q is ' - 'X QQ :Q - A- . ' rit z 7 Y of 'wx a . KAPPA ALPHA URIJER A Troop oT immaculaTe soldiers in grey marched onTo The cam- pus on November 7, I948, planTed Their ConTederaTe Flag, and Took up residence in Their beauTiTul planTaTion home. They par- TicipaTe in such acTiviTies as Pi Kappa Pi, Alpha Epsilon DelTa, dramaTics, band, "M" Club, and varsiTy sporTs. The old souTh soldiers enTerTain Their sunny SouThern sweeTs hearTs annually aT an Old SouTh Ball and ThroughouT The year They show Their generous SouThern hospiTaliTy wiTh houseparTies, pledge swaps, and hayrides. OFFICERS JIMMY IVICKENZIE . . ..,... . I JIM ROY WEBB . . . II RALPH simmons . . . . III SYD HALL .i..i . IV BILLY GLEN ELLIS . . . . V CURTIS STIGLETTS . . . VI BILL wILTsEIII2E .... . . VII GARY I2ouNsAVILLE . . . . . .Vlll JoEIIsI PREWITT . . . ..,., . . IX GLENN scorr . . , .Faculty Advisor MEMBERS FirsT Row: Roy Adams, Jewell Anders, RoberT Arnold, Jimmy Beech, Joseph Boardman, Donald Boswell, Joe P. Bounds, Ronald BryanT, David Burke. Second Row: RoberT E. Capps, l-lenry Lee Conn, Jim CulberTson, CaTer EllioTT, Billy G. Ellis, Mal English, PaT Ferlise, Lloyd FosTer. ErnesT Gurman. Third Row: Norman GuyTon, Syd l-lall, Dickie l-lammond, Ronnie l'lerringTon, STanislaus l-loey, Bud l-lolmes, Bob l-lowie, George l-louTz, Archie T-lughes. FourTh Row: Jimmy Jones, Dick Jordan, Duane LighTy, Jerry Lyons, l-lerberT McCleskey, LesTer Earl McGee, Gary McGregor, John McGowan, Bob McLean. Fif+h Row: Jimmie McKenzie, Willie Mason, RoberT Morgan, MarTin Mozingo, l-larold Needham, Jack Oliver, Jim Owens, PaT PaTTerson, John PrewiTT. SixTh Row: l-larold Presley, Bill PeTTy, Jimmy PeTers, PeTe Rey- nolds, Frank Reynolds, Frank RoberTson, John Robinson, Lloyd Royal, KerIneTh Saxon. SeveInTh Row: Bennie STewarT, Ralph Simmons, CurTis STigleTs, l-loward STroud, Marvin STewarT, l-larris Sullivan, John SwiTzer, STeve Terney, Charles M, Thomas. EighTh Row: Tommy Trevellion, Jack Vollmer, PeTTis Walley. Charles WalTers, Jim Roy Webb, Jack Weldy, Billy Williamson, Cecil Williams, Bill WilTshire, Jay Woodbeck, NOT PicTured: Gene Murray, MarTin NoTo, Louis Owens, George Robinson, Gary Rounsaville, Allen KenT Sills, Raymond Sinopoli, RoberT STrieT, Bernard Van VandT, Mike Walker, Jimmy Wilson, PrenTiss Bissell, Jimmy Cox, Olin W. Cox, Byron Ferguson, Mur- phy Galloway, Charles Gavin, Earl Grouer, Jim l-lamilTon, J, B. Johnson, John LaTimer. ,Xi A , 'Af 54 ,Q Top: Kappa Alpha Officers Top CenTer: Big AppeTiTe BoTTom Cenfer: Lee Banquei BoTTom: Secession Proelamdion reading Colors Scarle+ Whale and Emerald Flowers Lily of lhe ' I l .I I. A V. ' A4 X. A-. -3955 Sf 'qw IW Y Www gh ',r, . P 55' Q D P. 'K rl A M I, 'A Q W- Z NH - N54 5- 6--...A 'M 2 "5 -5 -J 3, .. -xx x +A 1 QM 5 A M f 5 f x f X, M S Qs X 1 fa? X K S X wlx K 'f X fill nl' IX 'fl J 1 'Rug-z P' is ZS' xx. ,vs all f , ,fr T X Q ' A ' 5 ,V w , 41f.,94g ' , rw .iff , l 1 '1 A , L f.'S,lfgl " " l .xl lr - li fu ., Q ph- L 1 T' " .' Il I l Y Ss.. 142 LS KIIPPA SIGMA "Yessum, lhal's righl, we've come heah lo slay," was lhe reply ol a young Soulhern genlleman back on December II, I948, when asked il lhe Kappa Sigma's had really moved inlo lhe "Ole Sigma" colonial home. The Kappa Sigmas joined in lhe Soulhern spiril and look parl in sludenl governmenl, Pi Tau, Alpha Psi Omega, Della Sigma Pi, Sludenl Chrislian Federalion, Choir, F.T.A., and sludenl pub- licalions. Ed Akers was named lo lhe Hall ol Fame. Enlerlaining, a pleasure lo all Soulherners, was nol overlooked by lhe Sigs and in lhe spring every Kappa Sigma mighl be seen proudly wearing his colors-scarlel, while, and green-and Wallzing his lady love 'nealh lhe Slar and Crescenl. ED AKERS ..... JOE BOB MURRAY. . ED COOK . . ALEX CASE, . . JOHN SPROLES. . . GORDON THORNTON JIMMY BRASHIER. . ORVILLE THOMAS. . OFFICERS MEMBERS Firsl Row: Ed Akers, Sam Anzalone, David Blankenhorn, Jimmy Brashier, Charles Brenl, French Brown. . . .Grand Masler Grand Masl Grand Procuralor er ol Ceremonies . .Grand Scribe . . .Grand Treasurer . . . . .Guard . . . Guard Facully Advisor Second Row: Joe Brown, Alex Case, Ed Cook, Charles Daws, Don Driskell, Doyle Dueill. Third Row: Doug Ferguson, Fabio Goncalves, Ben Hillsman, James Johnslon, Howard Jones, Gordon Juslice, Fourlh Row: Don Kruger, James Marlello, Raymond Malhers, Joe Bob Murray, Allen Nei, Tye Railord, Fiflh Row: John Sproles, Jamie Taylor, Bob Wesl, Harry Wool- dridge, Clill Woller, Jimmy Young. Nol Piclureclz Mike Doherly, Bill Jennings, Jimmie Leeson, Jr., Bill Slill, Jr., Gordon Thornlon, Harry Alwell, Buddy Beally, Char- lie Bounds, John Capers, Pee Wee Cochran, Dick Derlelh, Dick Galli, Felix Hammack, H. I.. Jordan, Bobby Ledel, Chuck Ma- lone, Jimmy Morrison, Phil Muscarello, Rusly Sanford, Pele Sny- der, Frank Taranlino. 143 1'T.'?.'f. 41 Top: Kappa Sigma Officers Top Cenler: Are lhey loaded? Bollom Cenler: Dig lhal crazy beal! Bollom: The Sigs chow down Founded: Virginia Milifary lnsfiiuie, Sepfember II, l8b5. H Epsilon Upsilon inslalled November I9, I949. In '1""2g" Colors: Sky Blue and Gold. Flower: Whi+e Tea Rose. -g.. 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J ,oz Q7 w-.1 i l l i ALPHA TAU UMEGA The Alpha Tau Omega genTlemen are guiTe oTTen Tound seaTed in TronT oT Their Tireplace in Their souThern pine paneled lounge reminiscing abouT The Time when They came onTo The campus on November l9, l949. They Tound The SouThern climaTe and Triendly spiriT much To Their liking and Took up residence in Their Typical SouThern home. On The campus The Alpha Taus quickly made a name Tor Themselves in Pi Tau, Pi Kappa DelTa, Pi Kappa Pi, sTudenT governmenT, sTudenT publicaTions, DelTa Sigma Pi, Alpha Psi Omega, varsiTy sporTs, Kappa Pi, "M" Club, and band. Elmo Lang was elecTed Mr. M.S.C. and CliTT Thomas was placed in The l-lall oT Fame. The Alpha Taus enTerTain in True SouThern sTyle ThroughouT The year and in The early spring announce Their lovely sweeThearT aT Their annual Orchid Ball. OFFICERS CLIFF Ti-1oMAs , . . . . . .WorThY Maslef ANTHONY .1lMiNEZ , T eWOr+hy Chaplain 'RAY MecRAiNE. . ....... wefihv Scribe CHARLES weiss . . . fwefilly Keeper oT Exchequer BILL Hx-ws .,.. . ,wefiley Keeper er Annals JoHN siMMoNs. . ..... WorThy seeiaeel JIMMY siMs .... . . .wefiley Usher WALLACE Mx-uoizs. . . .seeiel clieifmee JT. PALMER . , . . .reeeliy Advisor H, A. sMirH . . . . . reeuliy Advisor MEMBERS FirsT Row: RoberT Anderson, Damon Ball, Eugene Bradley, Tommy Braswell, Charles Brogan, DalTon Burch, MerediTh Burch, Bill Carney. Second Row: KenneTh Curry, Bill Dillingham, Bobby DoherTy, Leonard DuTT, Jerry Eelkins, Warren ForTenberry, Jimmy Garner, Bobby T'lall. Third Row: Erskine l-lavens, Bill l-lays, Arnold l-lenderson, Parris l-lesTer, James lshee, AnThony Jiminez, Ance Jordan, Wallace Maiors. FourTh Row: KenneTh Massey, Richard MiTchell, Bob Moore, l-lar- old Moss, Tommy Munro, Ray McCraine, Ed McDaniel, Marvin McDonald. FiTTh Row: Eu ene Parker WalTer Parker Gerald Ouave Charles Q I . . Rawls, Bill Reedy, Bill ReinharT, Don RoberTs, Frank Rogers. Six'l'h Row: A. J. SarTin, Lamar Sauls, l-larold ScoTT, John Sim- mons, William Simmons, Jimmy Sims, Jack Spence, Bob STorey. SevenTh Row: Webb STribling, Billy Summers, J, CliTT Thomas, Bill Vaughn, Fred Walker, Charles Weiss, Charles Williamson, Parham Young. NOT PicTurecl: ChesTer Baker, Mike Darby, Bob DewiTT, Jim l-lin- Ton, Elmo Lang, Bill Magee, PeTe MarTin, Jack Sarphie, L. T. Top: OTTicers oT Alpha Tau Omega Top CenTer: ATO Class of '57 l-lerrmann, Tommy SenTer, Bim Rogers, Lloyd Brinkman, Sammy BOTTOHT Cenfeff Merry Cl1fiSTmBS. 5Wee'fT1eafT l-linTon, Bucky McElroy, RoberT C5uilloT. Bgffgmg "Joy Boys" gr "Old Alpha? 145 Founded Umverslfy of Virginia, I869. Del+a Mu nnshalled December IO, I949. Li A Colors Garnef and Old Gold. Flower: Lily-of-Hue-Valley. Q fi ' I',w'b5 ,ff ' 9:5 hx .' 3 ' 1 y Q ,i- -' - A-K 4-2 ,, f f ff 42 Sf fs? P I 1 A N S M1 .- V ww 1, Drs , f' ff Y X ' L X may 6 S ap! fi' uh' x yf if fm xx ea. Q Sex ' eawg, U ' xl xexa ,8- :V 'en' . ,-11, WW. Aw... ,gp . iz . K 5 5 fl :ze , x, 5' t kv Xi " Y of x z B QW xg J' A A QA PN 1 Xff-s ' ' 'Y- Tr, si ff' mm 'I-1:9 ' - 4- ' iQ iv x, F1 146 0 x Pl KAPPA ALPHA December IO, I949, found fhe Pi Kappa Alpha men occupying fhe Iasf planfafion home on frafernify circle. The genflemen and young lady follc were righf proud fo see fhe Pilces because fhey added so much fo fhe exfracurricula acfivifies by parficipafing in Pi Tau, band, sfudenf publicafions, choir, varsify sporfs, and "M" club. Every Iiffle ole Soufhern beIIe's hearf was afluffer when she re- ceived an invifafion fo fhe long awaifed Dream Girl Ball. Ofher social highlighfs for fhe Pilces are pledge swaps, hay rides, and various ofher parfies. OFFICERS BILL WILLIAMS . . . . .SMC-Presidenl GLEN JONES . . . . . IMC-Vice-Presidenr GEORGE POWELL . . ,..... lHCefI're'asurer BILL BASS .... . . . SC-Recording Secrefary BILLY PUJOL . . . . MS-Corresponding Secrefary JIMMY SMITH . . ...... House Manage: MEMBERS Firsf Row: Jerry Allmand, William Bagby, William Bass, Mail: Blanliensfein, Edwin Branfley, Gilberf Branfley, Lamar Briffon, Jr., James W. Brown. Second Row: Ed Courfney, Arfhur Currie, Wilmer Dillard, Adrian Dubuisson, Marlc Granf, Bobby Griffin, Dean Griffin, Craig Hane lcenson. Third Row: Joe R. I-lanlcins, Edward Earl Harper, Walfer I-lar vey, Milne Haas, Ben Hinfon, Bob Hiclcs, Howard Hobbs, B. Hover. Fourfh Row: James Huichinson, William B, Jaclcs, Wilford Keyes, M. Lavinghouse, Alberf Lee, James Lowery, Kennefh McCarfy, Wayne McGraw. Fif+h Row: Billy Maiure, Jerry Moulder, Bob Nelson, Eugene Phelps, George Powell, Joe Price, Billie Puiol, Joy Rials. Sixfh Row: Reginald Richards, Billy Rogers, Johnnie B. Seal, Cliff Sessions, Lee B. Shipley, Wade Simmons, Davis Smifh, Jimmy Smifh. Sevenfh Row: Miclcey Smifh, C. A. Sfewarf, Sidney Sumrall, Dave Tullos, David Lee Wallcer, Bill Williams, John Young. Noll' Picfuredz Glen Jones, Jerry Langford, Carl Lighfsey, Barney Meadows, O. J. Pearce, Johnny Shorl, Shelby Cochran, Jimmie Hufchinson, Ford Rafcliff, Bobby Harper, K. Sfoclcsfill, Freman Jones, Marion Bond, Carl Crawford, Huberf Files, Warren Ferreff, Roberf C. Griffin, Jack Gunn, Lacey Hughes, James Lewis, George Nasif, Billy Ray Thomas, Joe Franklin. 147 -fry . J' Top: Pi Kappa Alpha leaders Top Cenfer: Firsf Place Floaf Boffom Cenferz Pledge swap af lhe Pilie House Boltomz Dream Girl and Sislers ATL 'fl Q46 f' wif ' .Lv 5 W ATHLETICS wk, 4.41-WAHM, u f. ' , , M.. Wm , Q Q ' I V. .W ' X. ., f -. I x K, ,, .. " . Myifm wa .mf ,. 'ffm nw-x gn.:-yt M , , V A . . ,gfhyw ,ya ,Q 1. ,l,-'KW W ' - f xf W' , . . , '5 'fray h D f , I f 'L .f 55, xf W " - ,- X N fs V bw WY -A Q V -ar ' - . A , br w .X as . .4 xk whilax W Q, A wr' , 'G ,.fW?"f5-ik ff . 'T 5' W Q9 A ' ,, Q5 X. f . 1' K ' X . ,S AL n,. 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Second Row: Herrmann, Cook, Walker, Davenporl, Waters, Mims, W. Clark, Young, Howard, Smallwood, Monfgomery, Wood, Lasley, Neill, Jar- rel, Rouchon, Posey, Milton, Boling. Third Row: Caldwell, Muscarello, Shepherd, Rhed, Come, Alonzo, McKellar, Nobles, Williams, Thornfon, While, Sorenson, Davis, Toomey, Malone, Lehman, McElroy. "INDEPENDENT" SUUTHERNERS HAVE :T 14? 1 l MSC Alhelic Staff. Sealed: Thad Vann, foolballg Reed Green, alhlelic direclor: Lloyd Milam, qymnaslics. Sland- ing: H, L. Smith, foolballg C. E. McCarver, track, Clyde Sfuad, foolball and baseball, Lee Floyd, baskefballg B. O. Van Hook, golf, Jimmie McDowell, pubicily direclor. ln years lo come we will look in relrospecl upon lhe l952 foolloall sea- son, slarling wilh lhe Universily oi Alabama al lvlonlgornery and ending in El Paso, Texas, wilh College oi Pacific in The annual Sun Bowl classic. as lhe beginning oi a new era in lhe alhlelic hislory of Mississippi Soulh- ern College. ln lheir allernpl lo keep pace wilh Soulhern's progress in enrollmenl, 150 I l i i I , f I w A 1. ,V . E .. AALA C 7 L' V' vf-5 " 'fi - i 1 V ll. fa 1 N i f 2 as ' AHQQL. ' Q - I X :YW f f L 3 ,Q ggffz we I' S 1 if ii ,W .- 5 J V 2 ' , I 1zz.,,,Q. , ' f ' ,I A V f.. .4 I ww ,W Q if V "iii: ! f f is! ' L - . i f , 1 ' i. L .V i, gg V H N H. L. "Bear" Smith, line coachg Thad "Pie" Vann, head coachg Clyde "Heifer" Sluarf, backfield coach. I 952 FOOTBALL RESULTS MSC Alabama . . M'SC Memphis Slale MSC Tampa U. . . MSC SLI . . . . MSC Soulheaslern . MSC Challanooga MSC Norlhweslern MSC MSC Florida Srale . Louisiana Tech MSC Louisville U. . MSC Slerson . . MSC . . . . 6: College of Pacific 245 MSC wilhdraw from The Gull Slale Conference, which il helped form, wilh lhe idea ol gelling inlo a larger conlerence. ll was no secrel lhal Soulhern was slriving lo gel inlo The Soulheasl- ern Conference. The Crimson Tide was slowed lo a walce Sep- lember I9, as a hard charging Soulhern line iarred lhe Bama aggregalion inlo fumbling I2 limes, a new SEC record, buf "Red" Drew's boys held on long enough lo win 20-6. Alaba- ,, A ,WH , YC' MILTON WHITE GORDON THORNTON BOBBY RHED TONY ROUCHON Back, 6', I88 Guard, 6', I89 Tackle, 6', Z", ZI4 Back, 5' IO", I72 DON ALONZO JOHN MEEKS HERBERT NOBLES ED MCDANIEL Guard, 5' Il", IBI Cenfer, 6', 208 Tackle, 6', 225 Guard, 5' II", 204 WITH I0 WINS ma's IVIarIow, Hobson and Luna ramIoIed To one TD each To Take The win. SouThern's Ione TaIIy came in The TirsT period aTTer Jackson BrumTieId, deTensive end, caused I-Iobson To Iose The oval on The Tide I3. On The nexT pIay Trom scrimmage, Laurin Pepper rambled around end Tor The six- poinTer. For The nexT Ten games, The SouTherners Tound The grass a IiTTIe greener as They wenT deTeaTIess. fi 'X ' .s,s J gg-,NM 'T W hs - 6' fu X 7,9441 616121. - 2 I 11 Mc l i itz iiwzff-v we QI., iiiorfofzrmg 4 5 .vm Qi- j 0' ,10wmr,.,,. ' 1-1 'ii in 53'??I"'2'u?k-r 5 xii ' if 1' ' 3' , "'-.., Q1 XII fr 5,51 I -,7 I... . ef, 'T If ...I 1 I-,V Mg, an A I I, y, I . .I :A " iw. I -. V A V V If I, If kappa QQ. ry 1 JI, . Homo, AME, A i II om,-nk' Qfvml D I' I fu "rl, fo d D I 0 Con, Inna,- ""'inf, N fl Xxkf -1 INCLUDING TECH, On SepTemper 26, The SouTherners opened on The home TronT beaTing The Memphis STaTe Ti- gers 27-20 beTore I0,000 parTisan Tans. This game was won onIy in The TourTh guarTer by a IVIcEIroy Touchdown. IVIcEIroy opened SouTh- ern's scoring in The TirsT sTanza on a 7I-yard run which sTarTed Trom a Iine buck. Only minuTes IaTer Pepper accounTed Tor anoTher TaIIy on a 66-yard dash. "Pie" Vann's chargers overcame a Rouchon goes againsT Alabama - ',x, I I I I I I I I I I I I Kaiser gains I5 in Memphis STaTe ConTesT MEMPHIS STATE I4-T3 halTTime lead by The Tigers in shorT order Time. Pepper Took The second halT kickoTT and rambled 85 yards Tor his second score oT The nighT. The UniversiTy oT Tampa had a hapless group oT TooTballers OcTober 3, as They were beaTen by The 5ouTherners 52-25 on Their home Tield. Tony Pouchon, a Pensacola, Florida producT, rambled Tor Three TD's. Pepper goT Two, while lVlcFlroy, Jarrell and McKellar scored one each in The easy vicTory, The Tampa aggregaTion puT up a sTrong baTTle in The TirsT halT buT weakened in The second halT. An unusual evenT Took place in This game. Ed lvlcllaniels, MSC deTensive guard, iumped oTT The bench and Tackled a Tam- pa back as he was going 85 yards Tor Touchdown. An argumenT Tollowed, wiTh The oTTicials giving Tampa a Touchdown. 5ouThern's poTenT oTTensive Team conTinued To roll OcTober II as iT compiled 421 yards in a 32-I2 vicTory over 5ouThwesTern Louisiana lnsTi- TuTe on Faulkner Field. McElroy bucked around end 5l yards in The TirsT sTanza Tor TirsT blood. A 153 L. ND CHATTANUUGA Jarrell added anoTher six-poinTer in The second Trame, Traveling 30 yards on his TavoriTe, The "booTleg". Pouchon concluded 5ouThern's TirsT halT scoring wiTh a IO-yard iaunT inTo The end zone. Pepper and Posey ended The nighT's scor- ing wiTh TD plunges Tor Tour and Two yards. Jarrell Tossed Tor Two scores and Pepper ran Tor anoTher To win a hard ToughT vicTory, 20-l2, iiir P iTi"'TXc 'T -F PK W T ,TFT TR- ,, -Q F T F . I ' QYQIJZL 5 -sss A.if?1Jj1s,,Mf5'I15 nm P Q . .gf Of a-'R I' --i, "IW scuffle ei"'411g J, W f' ,, WP LV TZ r:'??',:.:.,. Mau lf 'F irir Q. 32 x. 'Y,, A flndfbuq .. . . T' 'Hi Q i"' Q: ff owQamQ. v+s.'f - rg, r fig 5:4 s E, f '- , . ,f wsyr W " L P' -- gg. f .agziggik sbt-Moms .. Y 5- JQLRQI- f4'I"'1n,,- V V f "'fwsS'4-sy., . ' '11'e,.g- r,.. 1 11.5, . ' T' 1, -E The if ff -W 1 ' - TT Pepper gains I0 againsf S Theasfern AND LUSSES ONLY TU 'BAMA over SouTheasTern Louisiana. On The kickoff, fol- lowing a SouTheasTern Touchdown, Pepper scored behind ouTsTanding blocking. Bob lv1cKellar scored on a Jarrell pass from The opponenT's 48- yard line. Elmo Lang on anoTher pass from Jar- rell which carried 25 yards. SouThern's hard charging defense ThroTTled a powerful UniversiTy of Chaffanooga offensive Team, led by LiTTle All-American Hal Ledyard, To win 27-I4 over The highly raTed lvloccasins, concluding MSC's annual Homecoming acTivi- Ties. Pepper opened The SouThern scoring wiTh a 64 yard sprinT To Tie The score aTTer Ledyard had scored from The one-yard line. ShorTly afTer- wards lv1cElroy scored Twice wifhin Three min- uTes. l-le punched over from The Three and Then rambled 48 yards for The second Tally behind superb blocking. LaTer in The Third guarfer, Brum- field Tackled Ledyard in The Moccasin end zone for Two poinTs. MilTon WhiTe, defensive safeTy, iced The conTesT in The TourTh sTanza wiTh a 47- yard punT reTurn for The winning Touchdown. IX' X. J' xx 1 J X' ig ,av - XX - X' T XX- . arcs ""' 'xxx Wffifff s 11: s i gileefsm R 4 T ii Prlbl- i ix X 7 Z T 'rio ".- if-32.1 4-ellis:-.S'gi:121'-P-Q.. 'Ylssr age 20.1 I 151-ff:-.Q ' Qssh4'fcu 2 :ff'5lfi'i 1 ' 'T .. i .. A ..., 7? Qi fi T-sf-1 .1 '- g M T -r ebbbas be-4, ALT, PLM Qiifwgfa si ug? -'I' -t'5i"i'? DAVID LEE WALKER " BOB MCKELLAR ELMO LANG Rouchon gallops 5 k 5' 50" 170 End 6' II" I94 End 6' 3" 202 +24 .7"'l . I xffsaaziibim-, ' . - i .'ivn'fs.-.'. '1 , M ..-.fif .T : Mr V " 4-".j'L2j,g Y i 3. November I, The SouTherners capTured num- ber six aT The expense oT The NorThwesTern De- mons, 29-I3. In This conTesT Jarrell Tossed Touch- down passes To Rouchon, Pepper and Elmo Lang while Posey ran Tor anoTher To overcome a I3-O Demon lead. SouThern Toolc advanTage oT anoTher Florida Team November 83 soundly Trouncing The Semi- noles oT Florida STaTe in Tallahassee 50-2I. The SouThern TirsT Team ran up 43 poinTs in The TirsT f f I ff' :L-CN ' . 40-ANS yi I T Ifbe 001741 -QU! p - Ji 0 ' I'1' 0,5 JT J - O,, 02021 H42 Q f !' aff W' 9' ,J .""r.f dn ' x - .af " iii 'nf X T.. gy . Q. 712102. Plow ff -' ,, E ' f""215?" . - z, , f 'l. -af ,- LX N- , A h -K - V 3 ' '.w !,7, 37 :N , 'T-gn-'I 1 f -- 1,,,1o:,:, Am , -E ,A . y mmifw given V r P. I erode g':Di:?h0!g ,. f AND CULLECE CF THE PACIFIC Pepper brealrs Through Tor 64 yds. and a TD againsT SLI I and second guarTers and coasTed Through The second halT. Jarrell climaxed a 50-yard drive wiTh a Two- yard plunge Tor The TirsT score and Then The rouT sTarTed. Pepper scored wiTh a 3l-yard dash: Pepper again Trom The Tiveg J. T. Sheperd Taclcled Nelson ITaliano Tor a saTeTy1 Rouchon scored on a Jarrell pass and again Trom The I I- yard line: Billy MonTgomery Trom The I2g and a pass Trom Jarrell To Lang which covered Io yards. On November I5, beTore I0.000 Tans who were enTerTained aT halTTime by I5 sTaTe bands, SouThern deTeaTed Louisiana Tech 52-O on Faulk- ner Field. Jarrell Tossed TD passes To Lang, lvlc- Kellar, Rouchon and lvlclilroy, Tollowed by Da- fr-- wi-- Y Q, McElroy carries ag nST A fl ChaTTanooga IN SIIUTHERN'S INITIAL venporT's Touchdown pass To Boling. Touchdown sprinTs by Pepper and lvlclflroy added To The Tinal score. Jackson Tans wiTnessed SouThern's biggesT vic- Tory oT The season November 22 as They ran roughshod 52-26 over The Louisville Cardinals in The Jackson Memorial STadium. McElroy, Pouch- on, Jarrell, McKellar and Lang scored six-poinT- ers in The easy vicTory. ATTer leading 42-6 aT ffxxxm gg X X i as H The S 2 as I II I I 04 .r an I 00 W ' I 9 ' "1ys. - ann, 'Z .EP ,X '?h,,, ' , 3 y f Pi ? lf- -' Tefkb. I 1 ohh '32, ., - -' - ' ."'-- ' 'V' 111 :T f , of u,. I , ps , - 0,61 0 .. ho, 1- .7 Mg N'.x -f.-. ,rrepl .. , T far' -- ff4":,., WW-.f"ff' f. - 'IH-cs' 1 f P f I 1'f-'Wen I ,f V- I- - 45, as , - 15- . If v 1. -1 . - - f ,, --C+ i , .Aa 'gk , 1 V, , - 1, 'S - , -. in f -- , '5,51,s,fs.- - , LQV, " .- ' -1 1 7-1 ,A 51 'Wg T .,.1 , ' L..Qx A - T ' ' ' :fx , ' ,Q - X--cg, 6 -'ik ' nfs- ' T -I , f xrxg-luH:pm4,h ,A 5 I in X ,,, ,, i ,, , . ocofnfua RN-,iv K I k YP fc 7- ' I s " fq o . do 0 H C 0 . Urqpwiflfllgnli . xxx- lfl halTTime, The SouTherners coasTed in The second halT, using second sTringers all The way. SouThern closed ouT regular season play No- vember 28 wiTh a 42-O conguesT oT The STeTson I'laTTers on Faulkner Field. lvlidway oT The TirsT sTanza Rouchon scored wiTh a 68-yard sprinT, Tol- lowed by scores by Pepper, Posey, McKellar and Two by McElroy. Three Tumbles Tell The sTory oT SouThern's 26-6 deTeaT by College oT PaciTic in lvISC's TirsT bowl game, The Sun Bowl classic. "Cowboy" McCor- mick racedj3 yards Tor The opening score. LaTe in The TirsT guarTer The black and gold Tumbled on Their 30 and Quarlrerback 0TToson passed To BerndT Tor The second CCP score. McCormick crashed over Tor his Third and COP's Tinal Tally aTTer They recovered a SouThern Tumble on IvlSC's 20. SouThern, hampered by lVIcElroy's absence be- cause oT a crippled ankle, scored in The waning minuTes on a 7I-yard march. Pepper, Rouchon, and Jarrell carried The brunT oT The charge wiTh Pepper going over Trom The Two. E511 M yjnmr s Sp- ..,Q f .1 iN Xx 1 Z ' f 1 2 1 1 sexi? .1 a ....,, X' 4,1 .XF V - . 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I58 Passes compIeTed . . 43 Passes inTercepTed . . I0 Yards gained passing . 7I8 ToTaI oTTense . . . 362I PunTs . ..... . 40 Yards penaIized . . .6I2 ffl Tor 35.6 Combined OpponenTs I25 86 29 I0 I660 450 I2I0 I5I 6I I6 696 l906 54 Tor 34.6 308 Bucky IVIcEIroy made PauI WiIIiamson's mid- brackeT TirsT sTring AII-American oTTensive Team. Laurin Pepper and Jackson BrumTieId were honor- ably menTioned on WiIIiamson's Team. ATTer The graduaTion oT Webb Parrish, 5ouTh- ern was wiThouT an exTra poinT kicker. Coach Vann experimenTed wiTh severaI men aT This po- siTion and The compeTiTion narrowed down To Two men, DavenporT and IvIcEIroy. IvIcEIroy kicked 22 during The Season and DavenporT booTed I5. Laurin Pepper was The Ieading ground gainer Tor The 5ouTherners during The I952 season. In I I games he gained I I9I yards in I44 aTTempTs Tor a 8.2 average. Bucky IvIcEIroy, aIThough he played in onIy Ten games, was second highesT wiTh I069 in I70 Tries Tor a 6.28 average. Tony Rouchon ground ouT 642 yards on 98 aTTempTs Tor a 6.34 average, while Bobby Posey, in 62 Tries, ran up a ToTaI oT 402 yards Tor a 6.58. ANDKNUIIKUN S.E.II.'S IJUUR McKeIIar Iugs a Davenpor+ pass in Sun Bowl classic I952-53 BASKETBALL SQUAD. Firsl Row: Nick "The Cal" Revon, Jack "The Hoosier Holshol Gallagher, Tom "Whiz" Bishop. Billy "Mr, Defense" Allgood, Eugene "Jeep" Clark, Vaughn Jones. Second Row: Coach Lee Floyd, Bobby "Stormy" Wealhers, John O'Keefe., "MuH" Walls, Russell Hunley, Mickey Harringfon, Roger Sorenson. THE FLUYDMEN TUTAL 27 WINS AND 8 DEFEATS The l952-53 baskelball squad capped lhe grealesl page season in Soulherns hislory wilh ils sensalional play in gaining lhe guarler-final round ol lhe NAIA lourna- rnenl in Kansas Cily. The high-scoring Soulherners Com- piled an oulslanding seasonis record ol 27 wins and 9 deleals, and bowed oul ol lhe Kansas Cily Tourney only Bishop begins 'ro move againsl SLC aller pulling on some ol lhe besl baskelball exhibilione. ol lhe lournamenl. Coach Lee Floyds cagers were led by live seniors who ended lheir collegiale playing days in line slyle. Billy Allgood, Tom Bishop, Jeep Clark, Jack Gallagher, and Roger Sorenson were bulwarks ol lhe Soulhern squad lor several seasons. ,, O'Keefe and Walls become langled l952-53 RESULTS Southern .... 895 Southeastern . - -54 Southern . .745 Southwestern . . . .79 Southern . . . . 675 Southwest Mo . . .62 Southern . .355 Spring l-till . . , .75 Southern . .755 Alabama . . . . . .67 Southern . .695 Valparaiso .... . .62 Southern . , 785 Western Michigan . 6l Southern . . . . 755 North Texas State . . .60 Southern . .905 Texas Western . . . .6I Southern . .755 Central Missouri . .60 Southern . . . .975 Northeast La. . . .52 Southern . .9I5 Keesler Field . . . .57 Southern . .895 Southeastern . . , 66 Southern . .625 Centenary . . . . .54 Southern . .6l5 Louisiana Tech . . . .70 Southern . .755 Northwestern La. . . . . 77 Southern . .82' Marshall ..... . .94 Southern . .725 Louisville . . - . .87 Southern . .745 Evansville .... . .72 Southern . .765 Louisiana Tech . . .66 Southern . . 805 Southwestern . .54 Southern . .765 Spring l-lill . . . . .60 Southern . .825 Memphis State . . .70 Southern . .885 Northeast La, . . .43 Southern . .575 East Texas St. . . . .70 Southern . .825 North Texas St. . . .70 Southern . .665 North Texas St. . . .78 Southern . .77, Loyola ot South . . .76 Southern . .555 Northwestern La. . . .50 Southern ..... 885 Loyola ot South . . .70 NAIA District Tournament Southern . , . ...... 985 Troy State . . . . 48 Southern . . . ....... 565 Delta State . . . 39 NAIA Tournament Kansas City Southern. . ...... I065 River Falls, Wis. . . . . 72 Southern . . 945 Loyola ot Baltimore . . . 83 Southern . . 923 Hamline '...... . . l02 AND REACH THE llUAR Tom Bishop along with junior Niclc Revon captured most ot the individual honors tor the year. Revon topped the Southerners in the scoring column with a total ot 5ll points in 35 games. The Southerners' top scorer ree ceived the honorable mention All-America trom Collier'5 National Association ot Basketball Coaches. Bishop had the best scoring average on the sguad with a l5.2 points 'N '7 "K sf ' l, .ff , 'Ut' My .. . .f l I f NQQJ ,fr l r X, - ' A , i 2 .', it iff!! I -.I R. ,. f TOM BISHOP 6' l75 TER FINALS IN NAIA per game marlc. l-lis 472 total points lett him 68 shy at 2,000 points in his tour seasons ot basketball at Southern, Bishop ended the year with a great 33 point ettort in the seasons tinal against l-lamline. The Southerners, enroute to their banner season, de- teated such big-time cage powers as Western Michigan, Alabama, Loyola ot the South, Valparaiso, Southwest Mis- Harrlngton in action on the baclcboard Bishop sinlcs two against Western Mich. Clarlr waits as Gallagher lumps One of Revon's unorfhodox shoTs souri, and Memphis STaTe. Four oT The eighT losses came on a disasTrous 3000-mile road Trip during which The Tlu-ridden Floydmen played Tive Tough games in seven days. IT is inTeresTing To noTe ThaT The SouTherners never IosT a home game. UndoubTedIy This was parTIy due To The enThusiasTic supporT given Them by The spec- TaTors. ATTer SouThwesTern upseT The SouTherners in Their sec- ond game, Coach FIoyd's charges ran up I2 sTraighT vic- Tories. Included in The sTrealc was an impressive 77-ol win over WesTern Michigan's mighTy Broncos. The Mich- igan club was Tresh Trom a I5-poinT vicTory over NorTh- wesTern oT The Big Ten beTore running inTo The high- scoring SouTherners. The SouTherners also Turned in impressive perTorm- QT! . tg Y X . '-Q, 1 Q I xi 5 " V"1 . ,f" I --T ,. I 'T aa- -ffl 4.1 ROGER SORENSON 6' 3", 205 ances laTer in The season againsT Loyola in New Orleans and againsT Memphis STaTe in Jackson. They also gained revenge Tor earlier deTeaTs by romping over Louisiana Tech, NorThwesTern, and SouThwesTern in The SouThern Field I-louse. The Black and Gold cagers gained The righT To play in Kansas CiTy by deTeaTing Troy STaTe and DeITa STaTe in The DisTricT NAIA playoTTs. In Three games aT Kansas CiTy The SouTherners Tallied an amazing ToTaI oT 294 poinTs. Their TirsT win was a IO6-72 romp over River Falls, Wisconsin STaTe Teachers. The Floydmen ran up 94 more poinTs in deTeaTing Loyola oT BalTimore. The Pied Pipers oT I-Iamline Tinally sTopped The SouThern squad in an exciTing IO2-92 game. SouTh- wesT Missouri, a club The SouTherners deTeaTed earlier WaTTs goes for broke againsi' S'wesTern ' Gallagher flies in for Two poinTs 5. I I i i i i i i I I I i JACK GALLAGHER JEEP CLARK BILLY ALLGOOD 5' IO" IB3 5' II", I60 6 Z", l75 in The year, wenT on To Take The championship oT The TournamenT by beaTing I-Iamline in The Tinal game. OTher Than The Tive seniors and Re-von, Mickey Harring- Ton and IvIuTT WaTTs provided mosT oT The scoring punch and rebounding power Tor The SouTherners. John G'KeeTe and Bobby WeaThers along wiTh Vaughn Jones and Russ I-Iunley proved To be valuable reserves and gave Coach Floyd excepTional depTh on his squad, To The members oT The I952-53 baskeTbaII squad and Their coach, Lee Floyd, we would like To say, "Thanks" Thanks Tor The Thrills and exciTemenT you provided us such as The eighT-minuTe "deep Treezen againsT NorTh- wesTern and The many IasT quarTer comebacks. Thanks Tor The sporTsmanship you exhibiTed on and oTT The rec- Tangles. And, Thanks Tor your deTerminaTion To broaden and build The repuTaTion oT 5ouThern. Individual scoring was as Tollowsr Games PoinTs Revon . 35 5I I Bishop . 3I 472 WaTTs . 33 298 I-IarringTon 35 297 Clark . . 33 288 Gallagher 34 244 O'KeeTe 35 I57 WeaThers 33 I38 Sorenson 29 I I2 Allgood . 33 86 Hunley . 27 72 Jones . 22 55 ToTaIs . 2730 WeaThers shoofs from ouTer courT Clark and Allgoocl Take off wiTh Jones Average l4.o l5.2 9.0 8.4 8.6 7.I7 4.5 4.3 3.8 2.6 2.6 24 78.8 'Tv ii B. O. Van Hook, "Doc" Roberfs, Lloyd Brinkman, Bobby Dickson, Jimmy Miichersony Cecil Williams. Sfewarf Love, Scohy Burns. Not Pictured: Jamie Taylor. GULF TEAM PLACES THIRD IN G. S. C. The I952 SouThern GolT Team and iTs able coach, B. Q. Van T-look, placed Third in The Guhf STaTes Gohc TournamenT, alThough They had a beTTer Team score in ThaT TournamenT Than They had in I95l when They copped The GulT STaTes ConTerencei Championship. No doubT, The com- peTiTion was much lceener. Spring l-lill and Louisiana Tech edged ouT The SouTherners To win TirsT and second places respecTively. In individual maTches during l952, The SouThern golTers losT only To Spring T-lill. They broke even wiTh The Pensacola Naval Air STaTion and The Pensacola CounTry Club and won over SouTheasTern Louisiana College and The Lau- rel CounTry Club. ProspecTs Tor The V953 season are brighT. "ScoTTy" Burns and Cecil Williams, numbers one and Two men respecTively, are veTerans oT Two seasons and are expecTed To pace The Team along wiTh Jimmy lv1iTcher- son and STewarT Love. 164 Sou+hern's l95y2 lennis leam. including six players and coached by Barlis l-larper, caplured second place in lhe Gull Slales Conference and lourlh in lhe Mississippi Slale Tournamenl. Composed of Slanley Bessey, Ralph Slewarl, Leonard Dull, Jimmy Beech. Vaughn Jones and Wendell Varver. lhe MSC squad, parlicipaling in four GSC meels, losl lwice lo Loyola of New Orleans l7-O, 6-ll and won lwice over Springhill l5-2, 5-Zl. Vaughn Jones won in No. 5 singles. Dull won No. 6 singles while Beech and Slewarl won No. 2 doubles in clinching lourlh place in lhe Slale lourney. TENNIS TEAM IS TUPS T00 Kneeling: Leonard Duff, Jimmy Beech, Wyndell Varner. Standing: Ralph Sfewarf, Sfanley Bessey, Jerry F Vw .J 4-wtf? ii B. O. Van Hook, "Doc" Roberfs, Lloyd Brinkman, Bobby Dickson, Jimmy Mdcherson, Cecil Williams, Sfewari Love, Scoffy Burns. Noi Picfured: Jamie Taylor. GULF TEAM PLACES THIRD IN G. S. C. The I952 SouThern GolT Team and iTs able coach, B. O. Van I-look, placed Third in The GulT STaTes GOIT TournamenT, alThough They had a beTTer Team score in ThaT TournamenT Than They had in I95I when They copped The GuIT STaTes ConTerence Championship. No doubT, The com- peTiTion was much keener. Spring I-Iill and Louisiana Tech edged ouT The SouTherners To win TirsT and second places respecTively. In individual maTches during l952, The SouThern golTers IosT only To Spring I-Iill. They broke even wiTh The Pensacola Naval Air STaTion and The Pensacola CounTry Club and won over SouTheasTern Louisiana College and The Lau- rel CounTry Club. ProspecTs Tor The l953 season are brighT. "ScoTTy" Burns and Cecil Williams, numbers one and Two men respecTively, are veTerans oT Two seasons and are expecTed To pace The Team along wiTh Jimmy lvliTcher- son and STewarT Love. 164 Sou+hern's l9542 lennis Jream, including six players and coached by Bariis l-larper, caplured second place in The Gulf Slales Conference and lourlh in lhe Mississippi Slale Tournament Composed of Slanley Bessey, Ralph Slewarl, Leonard Dull, Jimmy Beech, Vaughn Jones and Wendell Varver, lhe MSC squad, pariicipaiing in four GSC meels, losi lwice lo Loyola of New Orleans l7-O, 6-ll and won iwice over Springhill l5-2, 5-2l. Vaughn Jones won in No. 5 singles. Dull won No. 6 singles while Beech and Slewarl won No. 2 doubles in clinching fourlh place in lhe Siale lourney. Kneeling: Leonard Duff, Jimmy Beech, Wyndell Varner, Standing: Ralph Stewart, Sianley B J F Ik 1 -, ' new xx 1 X X 'if ,X X? i J . C- . ,ff ,Qlpg-A. ii! ul X L- l""1 'i V' . 47 Firsl Row: Davenport, While, Revon, Clark, Walker. Second Row: Poole, Wafe rs, McHenry, Harringfon, Milcherson, McNair, Allgood. Third Row: Coach Sfuarf, Wagner, Assisfanf Coach LeGros, Robinson, PadgeH, Moss, Bilbo, Gallagher. BASEBALL TEAM HAS W6 RECURD The i952 season was an up and down one for Coach Clyde "Heiier" Sluar'r's baseball squad. However by lhe end oi The year lhe Soulherners had posled a nine won, six losl record. Coach 5luarl's '52 squad proved lo be a hard-hilling ball club led by a lrio oi freshmen balling slars. James Davenporl, Hub Walers, and Mickey Harringlon 'finished l,2,3, in lhe balling de- parlmenl. Davenporl lopped Walers' .35l ellorl wilh a .354 mark oi his own. Harringlon compiled a .338 season's average. The Soulherners opened lhe season wilh professional compelilion and found lhe minor league clubs 'ro 'lheir liking. Soulhern splil a pair of early season games wilh lhe Meridian Millers. The Millers wenl on ro caplure lhe '52 pennanl in The Collon Slales League. M.5.C, caplurecl single decisions from Joplin, Missouri oi 'lhe Class C Weslern Ass-ocialion, and from Quincy, lllinois oi lhe Class B Three-Eye League. Moving inlo Guli Slales Conference compelilion The Black and Gold Diamondmen mel Spring Hill and Soulheaslern in a 'Tour- game series. The Soulherners whipped bolh G.S.C. Toes Three oul of 'iour limes. However Loyola's lough easlern division champions handed 'lhe Halliesburg squad lhree successive selbacks. All lhree games were lighl bul Soulhern dropped 7-5, 7-6, and 2-I decisions. ln addilion lo Davenporl, Harringlon, and Walers, lwo olher Soulhern regulars lopped lhe .300 mark lor lhe season. Jack Galla- gheik posled a .3l7 average and Jeep Clark banged oul a .3l6 lola. Freshman Davenporl also lopped The leam in hils and runs bailed in. The irosh iniielder knocked home l7 runs ancl hil saiely 22 limes. Harringlon linished second in The R.B.l. deparlmenl wilh IS. Calcher David Lee Walker 'iollowed wilh an even dozen. Millon While and Hub Walers each drove IO rallies home. 166 ln lhe pilching deparlmenl il was Nick Revon, regular lhird base- man, who compiled lhe besl won-losl record. Revon was crediled wilh lhree wins and was nol charged wifh a single clefeal. Jimmie lvlilcherson marked up 'lwo wins and one loss before a sore arm side-lined him in midseason. Harold Moss and Joe McNair, who did much ol lhe hurling in lhe laller parl of lhe season, hung up 3-3 and l-l records respecl- ively. McNair was parlicularly el'Fec+ive in relief dulies. Scolfy Byrne worked lhe season's final againsl Loyola and hurled a seven- hiller al lhe Wollpack buf dropped a lough 2-I decision. J I l952 RESULTS M.5.C. . . 6: Meridian . . 3 M.S.C.. . . IO: Meridian . . I4 M.S.C.. . , l3Z Joplin, Mo. i0 lvl.S.C . . 5: Quince-y, Ill. . O M.S.C . . 3: Spring Hill 4 M.S.C . , ll: Spring Hill 8 lvl.S.C.. 5: Spring Hill 4 M.5.C.. IO: Spring Hill 6 M.S.C . . 7: Soulheaslern 4 M.S.C . . 7: Soulheaslern 4 M.S.C . . IS: Soufheaslern . . IO M.S.C . . 5: Soulheaslern 7 M.S.C . . 5: Loyola . . 7 M.S.C . . 61 Loyola . 7 lvl.S.C . . li Loyola . . 2 31-l.l.l'l05 -h, X A shoulder sTand on The rings GYMNASTICS G ATTer a layoT'l ol several years, Mississippi SouThern again Tielded a gymnasTic Team. The squad composed oT Tiye members and coached by Dr. Lloyd Milam, parTicipaTed in Two gymnasTic meeTsq The Tri-sTaTe meel which was held in The SouThern Tield house April IO, and The SouThern AmaTeur AThleTic Union meeT held in New Or- leans April 25 and sponsored by The New Orleans AThleTic Club. ln The Tri-sTaTe meeT, compeTing againsT Florida STaTe, NaTional AAU champions in l95l, and NorThwesTern Louisiana, The SouThern Team, composed oT Ed Cook, Doug Ferguson, Tom Gipson, Russell SanTord and Gene Perkins, came in Third. Cook capTured Third place in The Tri-sTaTe parallel bar eye-nT, while Ferguson placed in The parallel bars, long horse, Tumbling and Trampoline eyenTs. Gipson Took second place in The rope Three-man handsTand SOUTHER N sg--f WQYQQ A Tri pyramid INS SPOTLIGHT Climbing evenT alThough weak Trom a bouT wiTh The Tlu. Gene Per- kins was The leading SouThern poinT maker wiTh a TirsT in The Tlying rings and a second in The parallel bars. The ouTsTanding conTribuTion by Sc-uThern in The New Qrleans meel' was an unoiclicial record by Gipson in The rope climbing evenT. The record was noT allowed because oT a mix-up in The Tim' ings. Cook placed Third in This meel in The horizonlal bars. Per- guson placed in parallel bars, long horse, Tumbling, and Tramp- oline. Perkins won TirsT place in The Tlying rings. During The Tall duarTer oT lC752, Gene Perkins capTured second place in The lvlr, Louisiana bodybuilding conTesT and TirsT place in weighT liTTing in a meeT held in New Orleans. A lever on The parallel bars F 4 gg 519.21 Ay? Wy W Xxx 2 .1 f Q .A..,,,-3 I - ORGANIZATIONS 'L in flisg- Nh. flvqwwh V hr Wh M w.,.,.v., .W kv? Q' 'W Q., - , ,W,.., , , A , X . .X M4 1 W., 5.:::g-1 X A W- M A ' - ' my MN l 'inf X W ff, 'Q 1 w f ,ga -X l, rl 1 w,. wa.. ALPHA EPSILUN DELTA Q I 1 l I 4 i l Firsf Row: Dr. J. Fred Walker, Wesley Oden, Franl L, Schmidt Charles C. Smiih Second Row: Belly Nelson, Elizabelh Helmer, John Henry Balmer, Norman E, Willhauer, J. Fred Walker. i Jr., William B. Jacks Third Row: Mary Sue Palierson, June Collier l Fourfh Row: Mildred Ballard, Palsy Felsher. Barbara Boardman. Sylvia Horicin, Louise Kelley, Virginia Ward, Eslher Green g Fiffh Row: Jerry O. Crail, Marvin H. Cocran, R. B. Roberlson, Roberl P. Hall, Mary Lang, George 1 Shaw, Jr. i Sixih Row: R. P. Vincenl, Louie Huhn, Jerry Magee, James C. Graham, JErry Ainsworlh ' ll' OFFICERS 1 WESLEY ODEN. . . . . . . . . . Presidenl FRANK sCFirv1iDr . . . Vice-Presidenf CHARLES C. SMITH . , . , . swe+sf,.TfeasUfef y' DR. J. F. WALKER . . . Faculty Advisor Naiional Honorary Pre-Medical Fralernily . . . encourages excellence in pre-med l ical worls by lurnishing a goal loward which ihe sludenl may slrive .... provides fellowship among sludenls vvilh common inleresls . . . bridges gaps belween pre-med ical school and lhe school of medicine . . . inslalled al Mississippi Souihern on Oclo- ber 23, I948 . . . lakes parl in school aciivilies such as Career Day. R ii '1--we 9 ' r Firsi' Row: Dr. Joseph ErnesT, James Robinson, Fred Wallcer, Billie MurT'l, Gene Benelli Second Row: Ed Coolc, Bob STorey, George PolliTz, H, L. Maxey, Richard Morgan, Ed McRae Third Row: Don Kruger, AlberT l-lunT, Billy Mangum, Ed Seely, DalTon Burch, Jack Taylor NOT Picfured: WalTer WerThner, James WhiTmore, Aaron l-learn OFFICERS ERED WALKER . . . ...... . . . Pr-esrderi WALTER WERTHNER . . Vice'-Presidenl JAMES WI-IITMORE . . I . SecreTary AARON HEARN . . .,.. Treasurer BILLIE MURFF . , . . . Senior Advisor DR. JOSEPH ERNEST . . FacuITy Advisor NaTional Freshman lvIen's Honorary FraTerniTy which has eighTy chapTers . . . re- quiremenTs are a 2.5 average Tor TirsT guarTer oT Treshman year or The enTire Three quarTers oT The Treshman year . . . purpose is To encourage and reward high scholas- Tic aTTainmenT among Treshman men in insTiTuTions OT higher learning . . . some ac- TiviTies are disTribuTing pamphleTs on sTudy hinTs To Treshmen during orienTaTion weelq sponsoring lecTures on eTTecTive sTudy meThods, and TuToring OT sTudenTs who express a need Tor addiTional insTrucTion in Their Course work. IQ! :lm a s 35 ZH! PHI ET SIGMA ..,...,.,,,v"' an wvv-I aww' R R' :ff'f"' 1 f - I I T T M.-rr .. ry-- ,Yf,I AL AM P OFFICERS FREIDA WILKEPSON . , , . Presidenl QEORGENE GOETHALS . , , Vice-Presidenl BARBARA LENAZ . , . . Secrelary-Treasurer Alpha Lambda, Freshmenls Women Honorary Frafernily, was recenlly organized on our campus lo honor ourslanding women ol The freshman class who have made enviable records ol oulrslanding scholarship. The lralrernily aids Jrhe adminisJrra+ion wilh ils annual orienla- lion program and helps whenever possible Jrhose women sludenls who have made failing grades in lheir academic slrudies. I I Firsf Row: Barbara Lenaz, Freida Wilkerson, Sybil Kirlr. Second Row: Virginia Ward, Geqrgene Gcelhals, Palsy Brrimlield. Noi Picfured: Jo Ann Welch, lv1argare+Slrellie4 Dorofhv Darrach. OFFICERS LLOYD SCONIERS . . . . . Presidenl DAVID LEE WALKER , . . . . . VicefPresiden+ ALEX CASE .... . , Corresponding Secrelary JAMIE TAYLOR . . . seaeisfy CLEWIS CLARK . , . Treasurer BOBBY BEAM . . . . l-lislorian Nalional service lralernily lor college and universily men who have been aililialed wilh Boy Scouls . . . eslablished December lo, l925, al Lalayerle College, Easlon, Pennsylvania . . . key purpose is lo assemble college men in Jrhe fellowship of Jrhe Scoul Oalh and law and To prornole friendship and service lo humanily , . , promoles cam- pus proiecls such as Blood Drive, "Ugly Man" conlesr, World Service Fund . . Ela Chapler inslalled al MSC May l8, l952. . Kappa Firsf Row: Emory A. Scarbrouqh, David Lee Walker, Alex Lee Case, Wilmer Dillard, Jamie L. Taylor Second Row: Dalron R. Burch, Meredirh Burch, Clewis Clark, Roberl Waller Beam Third Row: Lloyd Sconiers, Allred A. Breeland, Alberl L, Breeland, Jimmy E. Webb, Larry l-larrinqlon Noi' Pidured: Wilfred Jelen, Caloqiaro Lombardo, William Roberl Anderson, Joe Rex Clark, Dean Grif- fin, John Erernon Jones, C-len Jones, Roberf Karche r, Joe Price, Clyde Virgil Williams. Wi. El ALPHA PHI UMEGA gm , Z sy f 6 f 2 X ll nn. A 'iles p1 ALPHA PSI OMEGA m-y,,,,mv Firsf Row: Joanne Red, Barbara Farrar, Lily F. Limbaugh, Bill Seay. Second Row: Tom Evans, Dalfon Burch, John Mullin, Ben Magee. Na+ Picfuredz Nancie Sluarf, Wiggle Maffhews, Bill Kirlcpalriclc, Marcus Jordan, Nancy Swelman, Charles Daws. OFFICERS LILY F. LlMBAUGl-l . , ..., Direclor BILL SEAY .... , , Slage Manager BARBARA FARRAR . . , . Business Manager MR.J0l'lN MULLIN . . . , Faculty Adviso lnleresl in drama and apprecialion ol dramalic arl al Soulhern is prornoled by Alpha Psi Omega , . . Nalional Honorary Dramalic Fralernily. . .on lhe campus since l949 . . . oulslanding achieyemenls in college dramalics are recognized by lhis sociely . . . mem- bership is gained by earning poinls in acling, baclcslage worlc, and any relaled drama- lic worlc , . . boasls 230 chaplers. 1 L Z A f A , Firsf Row: Dororhy Procior, Sybil Kirlc, Geraldine Smirh, June Collier, Wallace Keyes. Second Row: Reginald D. Burler, James Belding, Verkuel Eubanks, Charles Brenr, C. E. Lane. Third Row: Joe Hain- I ing, Billy Mangum, J, B. Seal, George Hursr. No+ Pic+ured: Elizaberh Helmer, Glen Jelen, James Smirh, Kennerh Curry, Thomas Wilson, John Ton, Edward Brown, Virginia Ward. OFFICERS S U C I E 'I' Y WALLACE KEYES . . . . Presicleni CHARLES BRENT . . . . Vice-Presiderif GERALDINE SMITH . . . . Secrefary-Treasurer BILLYWMANGUM . . . Reporrer ' The American Chemical Sociery was inslalled ar Mississippi Sourhern College on April 6, I949, for rhe purpose of encouraging in Jrhe broadesr and mosr liberal manner rhe ad- vancemenr of chemisrry in all irs branches, The sociery also encourages high scholasric achievemenr among all irs members and acquainrs rhe srudenrs of rhis deparrmenr wi'rh medical chemisrry, I I M. -1 , ,, 'A . OFFICERS JAMES FORTENBERRY , . ,..... Presidenl PAT COWART .... . Firsf Vice-Presidenl MARY ANNE McGRADY . . . Second Vicevpresidenf RUTH JOHNSQN . . . . Third Vice-Presidenl REV. RILEY MUNDAY . . . . B.S.U. Secre+ary Promolion ol spirilual clevelopmenr ol sludenls Through Chrislian associalion and fel- lowship, Bible srudy prayer, Church membership, and denominalional loyalry . . , serves as a medialor belween Baplisl srudenls and local churches . . . weelcly meefings are held in Science annex , . . goal is "To lcnow Chrisl and Malce Him Knownw ...Sponsor ol many religious and social aclivilies on lhe campus. Firsf Row: June Shows, Nellie Tew, Mason Andrews, Theolene Johnson, Quinfa Long. Second Row: Paul Padgefl, Rulh Johnson, Merle Cole, Kalherine Granfham, Sybil Kirk. Third Row: Jeanie Rayborn, Jackie Elhridge, Tommy Whiflinglon, Mary Anne l-lood, Verlcuel, Eubanlcs. Fourfh Row: Jimmy E. Webb, Pal Cowarr, James Forfenberry. Noi' Piciuredz Gene Lasley, Nelda Warkins, Mary Ann McGrady, Fanny Lou Gill, Elizaberh Dunnam. 1' .J I 3 Rf' F6 1 '15, jg A "b'w,ivvriiiw,wii fn- '- w ,f,. ,A l ffm., . - ' ' X Q. - . I Ill: i' :57gu.g1L2aw., 2 I K5f3Tf.4.:.f.f. " I , ll 5295? 2 "fn" Tf?"'vms..-MJ' vi " DENNis MAGEE . , , p,eS,d9,li li' li A Fry . use VV a I lil : GEORGE A. POLLITZ . . , Vice-Presiclenl ' ZA' ' Qin A in SARA V. MILES . . Secrelary 1 J I , i l-A--A ' E ! Hi A 1 1 Joe Hfxiniive . , . Hismfasn A .T F - I xg? A 4 ill... l 11 5 l I - E mg. '-A 'riff ' - " f wg me is f -M . . DR. HAROLD M. HEFLEY , Eacullv Advisor Nainional Honorary Biological Eralernily . .. insfallecl al Mississippi Soulhern on May 29, I95O . . , encourages scholarship in biological science . . . membership open Jro sfudenls who have made above "C" on Twenly hours of biological science. x BETA BETA BETA Firsf Row: Dennis Magee, Sarah V. Miles, George A. Pollirz, Joe I'-laining. Second Row: Dr. Harold M. l-lefley, Dr. E. A. Varrelman. Noi Picfured: McCoy Gunn, Sidney Pillman, Joe Miller, Dr. J. E. Walker, R. C. Conglelon, John M. Erazier, R. E. Coghlan, Charles B. Segars. K . -' f --L , - , -Q A +. rs 'pn wmsxiqngi A MM. ..zi"f.im Mawr-' . ,. .A ,,4,f..1..1 paw' ,pa-mv 4 .f,"1,:.i. HIV! Elf- .AEI om 1 C7 ,vs J .- JVV1 - , f Firsf Row: Jackie Torres, Helen Guice, Elsie Ailcens. Second Row: Nancy Swerman, Helen Campbeil, Margaref Temple, Nancie Sruarr, Belly Lane. Third Row: Mary Lou Powell, Vivian Price, Jean Jackson. Peggy Opperman. Fourfh Row: Roberr McKee, Rev. Riclnard A. Park, Bill McCann. Noi' Picfureclz Dororhx Darrach, Clay Fields, Lyn Smalling, Cliifon Sessions, Josephine Frazier. CANTERBURY CLUB OFFICERS JACKIE TORRES . . . . Presidem MARGARET TEMPLE . . . . Viceepresidenr ELSIE AIKENS . . . . Secretary PEGGY OPPERMAN . . . . Treasurer DR. J, T. DAVIS . . . Faculry Adxisor A member of 'rhe nafional organizarion cl Canrerbury Clubs, ir was charrered on our campus in The fall of l946 , , , an organized group ol Episcopal srudenrs, rhe aim oi which is io serve The mission ol Chrislianiiy in higher educarion by losierinq a befler under- slandinq of 'rhe lailh ol lhe Episcopal Church . . . il sends a represenrafiye for Soufhern 'ro a slale-wide conference of Canlerbury Clubs. l L H7 ti my G4 CS' Sealed: David Lee Walker, Margarel Slcellie, Mary Tomblin, Gene- Lesley, Rev, Riley Munday Slanding: Jackie Torres, Rev. Sam Barelield, Bill Wiclcer, James Forlenberry, Milce I-Ieas, Marlin Noll, Dr. John Nau OFFICERS DAVID LEE WALKER . . . . Presidenr MARGARET SKELLIE . . , . Vice-Presiclenl MARY TOMBLIN . , . Secrelery . . , Treasurr GENE LASLEY . . . REV. RILEY MLINDAY . . . . Eacully Advisor Co-ordinales Ihe religious acrivilies ol Ihe organizalions on Ihe campus . . . pro- moles religious aclivilies in Ihe inleresl ol all lailhs . . . sponsors Religious Emphasis Weelc, Noon-olay prayer services, and Vespers . . . supporls rhe World Sluolenr Service Fund . . . serves as a commillee Io plan all campus religious aclivilies. l. CHRISTIAN FEDERATION , --.nm Yr' ' ' I J ' r f ? 5 rw U., U -K -fr. 1 , X, , It . :.s.N Q xx s xg i V V Y I RENT.. ,. W MURPHY TRAHAN . SIDNEY W, WELCH . WYNDELL VARNER . JACK VOLMER . . . . WILLIAM EARL HILL H, L. MAXEY .,.. CONWAY JACKSON MR.W. B. HARLAN . . . I-Ieadmasler Senior Warder Junior Warden . . Treasurer , Scribe . Chancellor . . I-Iislorian Facully Advisor Qne ol The obiecliyes of Della Sigma Pi, which was inslalled on December 9, I95O, is lo prepare commerce sludenls for parlicipalion in lhe business world, Qulslanding busi- nessmen and men of commerce are secured lo spealc al meelings. Gamma Tau Chapler ol Della Sigma Pi began on Soulhern's campus as lhe Honorary Commerce Sociely on Oclober IO, I949. Laler lhe group chose The name of Bela Alpha. Under lhis name lhey were aclmilled inlo Della Sigma Pi as The lhird chapler in Missis- sippi. First Row: William Earl Hill, Sidney W, Welch, Murphy Trahan, Wyndell Varner, Floyd Bailey. Second Row: Bill Myriclp Jalfe Thrash, Roberl Avera, Roberf Milsled, Third Row: James A. Williarrs, Thomas Brock, Ronald Fournier, Pele Russell, Fourth Row: John Smallwood, Damon Ball, Jamie Taylor, Fiffh Row: Bill Basil Conway Jaclrsonl Tnomas M, Pryor. Sixlh Row: W, T, McCoy, Tommy Munro, Larry I-Iarrinqfon. Sevenlh Row: Elmer Brewer, Vernon Rush, Alex Case, NofPic1ured:Joseph Boardman, R, D. Goff. Phillip Brown, Bob I-licks, H. L, Maxey, William IACGEE, Donald Sir-nmons, Jaclr Volmer. Wallace Maiors, Dr. J. A. Greene, Mr, W. B. Harlan. 5 wear OFFICERS JANE ANNE EVANS . . , Presidenr ANNIE RUTH SMITH . . . Vice-Presidenl GORDEAN COULTER . . Secrelary-Treasurer MISS EMILY JONES . . . Facully Advisor Composed of sludenls expecling lo leach rhe elemenlary qrades . . . Purpose: To Iurlrher lhe cause ol elemenlary educalion and ro eslablish a close bond of lriendship among ils members . . . a sludenl branch of lhe Nalional Associalion for Childhood Ed- ucalion . . , oulside educalors are loroughl in lor leclures and forum discussions , . . Spon- sors such proiecls as lhe sale of Chrislmas seals for lhe benelir of lhe luberculosis fund. Firsl Row: Jo Kirkland, Anile Fullon, Chrisline Laclner, Sue Griffin, Jeannie Dickerson, Second Row: Kalherine Granlhan, Gordean Couller, Donna Sue Gore, Ella E, Bunch, Elmire Farrell, Elizaberh Kenna. Third Row: Chrisline Lehmann, Mrs, Gerald Simmons, Annie Rulh Smilh, Roberla Bracy, Belly Lou Prassel, Frances Thornlon, Evelyn Kenna, Fourfh Row: Her- berl P. Price, Jane Anne Evans, Joan Smilh, Edilh Magee, Georgia Franklin, Mary Lou Newman, Woodie Evans. Noi Pic- lured: Lucy Jean Bell, Jo Ann Armslrong, Winnie Baqqelr, Mary Lou Davis, Dorofhy Ann Gerrard, Ella E, Ginn, Mary E. Harrison,Janie Merle Mellon, Bobby Caldwell, Kalie Miller, Yvonne Myalr, Doris Parl-fer, E+la Mae Reynolds, Mary Slay, Virginia Rose Sumrall, Jewell Tanner, Sally Trieschmann, Mrs, Jackie Turner, Miss Emily Jones ELEMENTARY CUUNCH -fb' M F U-M5199 1 REU' KA' S 1959: A UD' ,Q Q' T7 X Y-I mx T YD' 7- tv V7 ice 'EY fc 1 ,Q qw k 7 S. L i 3 , , ss? L , "7---...1"' ,, FUTURE TEACHERS UE AMERICA . ,,,,,mm0 v 'Q 54' gx "S.f" First Row: Ed Cook, Elmire Farrell, Donald Bearden, Elizabeth Alsworth, Cecile McDonald, Jewell Tanner, Dorothy Saucier- Bobbie Jo Bacon, Frances Parkman, Second Row: Roberta Bracey, Edith Magee, Nancy Swetrnan, Marv Gail Henley, Lucy Jean Bell, Pamela Nicholson, June Harvey, Mary Lou Davis, W, Nobles, Third Row: Joan Smith, Georgia Franklin, Molly Jane Welborn, Sue Roberts, Mary Slay, Sara Beth Jordan. Fourth Row: Jefiie Robinson, Jonie Merle Melton, Faye White Mona Shumake, Christine Lehmann, Virginia Ethridge, Helen Ann Usher. Fifth Row: Wanna Jean Simmons, Annie RE Smith, Sue Minton, Joan Mangum, Sue Williams, Sybil Kirk. Sixth Row: Jack Thornton, Carolyn McDavid, Mary Jane Harvey, Carolyn Kyzar, Dixie Jean Vale, Mildred Jane Black, Yuba Jane Hendrick, Seventh Row: Leo R, Miller, Jeannie Dickerson, Earl Grimes, James W, Brown, Betty Lou Prassel, Aubrey K, Lucas, Billie W. Murt'f, Eighth Row: Kazute Jimmy Moriwake, Mason Andrews, Travis Nichols, George Hailey, Clewis Clark, Robert Stevens Barthel Waqqoner, OFFICERS ELMIRE FARRELL . . . President ED COOK ...,.. . . , Vice-President ELIZABETH ALSWORTH . , . Secretary-Treasurer DR. LEO MILLER . . Faculty Advisor Organized at Mississippi Southern College in l946 . . . received its national charter December l l, l94o . . . purposes are to interest the best young men and women in educa- tion as a lite-long career , . , to give practical experience in working together in a dem- ocratic way to those who plan to be tuture teachers ot America . . . to tamiliarize teach- ers in training with the history, ethics, and program ot the organized teaching protession . . . to develop among young people an organization which shall be an integral part ot state and national education associations, , . local chapter named in honor ot George G. Hurst, a tormer protessor at Mississippi Southern. 1 - li X Firsl Row: Dorolhy Ann Weslmoreland, Belly Coals, Marilyn Roper, Syble Magee, Belly Jean Temple, Pamela Nicholson Barbara Breilling, Syble Thornhill, Gloria Clay, Second Row: Angela Chion-Wensha, Dr. Mary E, Sweeny, Lou Lawrence, Joyce Forlenberry, Al Bivins, Elizabelh, O'Quinn, Mary Ball, Nancy McGrew, Miss Elsie Boscherl, Dr, Berlha M, Frilzsche. Third Row: Josephine Townsend, Sue Minlon, Belly Dennis, Bernice Smilh, Sudie Mae Williams, Gloria Aullman, Jane Sullivan, Margarel Threadgill, Jane Coghlan, Willene Simmons, Margarel McKinney, Minnie Pallon,Fourll1 Row: lrene Fullon, Barbara Boyd, Grace Boyd, Sara Johnson, Katherine l-larlley, Marlene Slrail, Lillian Roberlson, Sylvia Jean Brown, Calherine Williams, Belly Willoughby, Palsy Cleveland, Diane Ryan, Fannie Owings, Fiflh Row: Joan Courlney, Bonnie Jean Byrd, Billie Gwen Bailey, Peggy Saxlon, Dorolhy J. Saucier, Janice Auslin, Jean Phillips, Calisla Adair, Sylvia Webb, Helen Ann Usher, Ersalene Mullen, Ouida Canlwell, Nelda Walkins. Nol Piclured: Glaniece McCarly Roberls, Evelyn Garraway, Marlha Holder, Dorolhean Murphree, Annelle Wells, Frances Grilfilh, Marlha Holilield. OFFICERS NANCY MCGREW . . . Presidenl MARY BALL . . . . Vice-Presidenl RUTH MURRAY. . . . . Secrelary ELIZABETH O'QUlNN . .... Treasurer JOYCE FORTENBERRY. . . Program Chairman MISS ELSIE BOSCHERT . . Facully Advisor Membership open lo all home economics majors or sludenls wha lalce courses in home economics . , . purpose is lo slimulale inleresl in lhe lield ol homemalcing and lo promole a leeling ol prolessional unily . . . lounded in l926 . . .one ol Soulhern's oldesl orqanizalions . . . allilialed wilh lhe American l-lome Economics Associalion and lhe Mis- sissippi l-lorne Economics Associalion. HUME ECUNUMICS CLUB E El Il l ',-.,: QW OFFICERS GERALDINE SMITH . , , Presideni BILLY MANGUM . . . , . Vice-Preside'nT VlflLl'lELlVllNfX NQBLES . . , , SecreTary-Treasure MR. L, A, RIFE .... , . FaculTy Advisor NaTional Honorary MaThernaTics FraTerniTy . . . provides a socieTy Tor The recogni- Tion oT ouTsTandinq sTudenTs in The Tield OT maThernaTic:s . . . helps The undergraduaTe realize The irnporTance oT The role played by maThennaTics in The developmenT oT The K A P P A c:ivilizaTion oT The wesTern hemisphere . . . Tounded Tor The purpose of TurThering The MU EPSILUN inTeresTs oT maThemaTics . . . Colors: rose pinlc and silver . . . Tlower: wild rose. First Row: JuaniTa Ferguson, Geraldine SmiTh Second Row: Charles BrenT, Edgar Seely Third Row: Lawrence A. RiTe, Billy Mangum Noi' Picfureclz Wilhelmina Nobles In-an hr FF l 1 l -i l l l 6' " l T91 TQ- l 1 x 3,31 Nr' N, l l l V7 X7 l l l l l 'wk ' L' Q.:-. as l OFFICERS RAPHAEL TlMBES , . , . Prezidenl LAWRENCE EDWARDS , . . . Vifie-fpresidersil GARY MCGREGOR . , . Sef1reTary-Treasurer MR. WALTER J. LOK . . , FarulTy Adyis i Purpose is To TurTher The inTeresT oT sTudenTs excelling in arTworlc . . .To provide a Torum Tor The discussion oT arTisTic: Torms and Trends and To promoTe a general inTeresT in The progress oT modern arT . . , membership limiTed To sTudenTs who have made ouTsTanding c:onTribuTions To The arT deparTmenT oT Mississippi SouThern College ...TI'1STcHllGCl GT SOUTT1- K A P ern in The spring oT l949 as a NaTional l-lonorary ArT EraTerniTy. Firsf Row: Jo Anne Waldrup, Jaclcie Mueller, Theresa Morrow, Margie Reynolds, l'larrieT Tomlinson. Second Row: Mr. WalTer Lok, Lawrence Edwards, Raphael Tirnbes, Gary McGregor, Bob Moore. NOT PicTured: Doris Lundgrin, Jack Spence, Maeiean Cahill. MH f - 4 ' - ::: . 9-. P I " .. ns? fv- ww Zz? get '46 ,, gg I i A44 - -F. nf , I I n 1' Y i 'v ""'iM Og! -QQ' QQ 'Q Firs+ Row: Gene Lasley, Bob McKellar, Milron While, Hamp Cook Second Row: Hugh Pepper, Hub Warers, Jackie Howard, Mickey Harringfon, Roger Sorensen Third Row: Edward Kaiser,iBucky McElroy, Herbert Nobles, Tom Bishop, John O'Keele, Vaughn Jones Fourfh Row: Dick Galri, Russ Hunley, Erskon Toomey, Bobby Rhed, Jamie Taylor, Jackson Brumiield Noi Picfuredz Jack Gallagher, Bobby Weafhe-rs, Billy Allgood, Jimmy Brashier, Jeep Clark, Richard Caldwell, L. T. Herrmann, Par Ferlise, John Meeks, Ed McDaniel, Charlie Corn, John Neil, E'mo Lang, Billy Jarrell, Tommy Woods, J. T. Shepard, Cecil Vifilliams, Scolly Burns, Gordon Thcrrnron, Bobby Posey lorriceas BOB McKELLAR . . . Presideni' BILLY ALLGOOD . . . . Vice-Piesidenl JIMMY BRASHIER . . . Secrolaiy-Treasurer Men who have earned a leller in one of rhe maior varsiry sporrs make up This or- ganizalrion . . . meels regularly and sponsors various speakers and forums designed lo give fulure arhleric direcrors a proper background in rhe fundamenfal rules and reg- ulalions of The sporls world . . . sponsors regular social acliviiies for bolh members and The sludenl body . . . fakes parr in campus acliviries. Firsf Row: Frances Reclc, Milce l-laas, Doroihy Jones, Mary Folres, John Reedy Second Row: Billy Par McGinley, John I-larilield, Catherine Anne Bianca, Ann Lynn Smilh, Ramona Hai- rier, Lila Moses, l-lerberi E. Sl, Amanr Third Row: Lamar Brillon, Anne Labella, Phyllis Alfonso, Joe Dayro, Charles Pellcovself, David Chinn Fourfh Row: James Whilmore, Warren Frerer, Tom Collins, Johnnie Richard, Ge-orqe Maqola, William Jacks Noi' Picfured: Rev, 6. F. Johnson lChaplainl, Joy Banlcs, AI Burns, Charles Cural, Slephanie Underwood, Helen Blowyeli, Ferre Quinlini, Billy Klinq, Pal l-losemann, John Parlcer, Gilson Lemas OFFICERS MIKE HMS . , . . Presidenl JoHN REEDY . , . . vawpfesiaeni JoY BANi4s . . . , Recording sweisfy Dor JoNEs . . comsponaina seaeisfy MARY roms . . ......, TVSGSUVGI' rmnces RECK . , . rmiiy Aamir Founded in IQ46, il creaies a feeling of fellowship among The Calholic sludenrs at MSC . . . represenls Soulhern ai convenrions ol rhe Narional Newman Club . . . meels Jrwice a rnonrh . . . helps iis rnemloers 'ro beflrer undersland Jrhe Jreachinqs and pracrices of The Calholic Church. NEWMAN CLUB viii OFFICERS JO ANNE TRIESCHMANN . , . . . . .... Pre-sidenT CAROLYN McDAVID . . . . l:irsT Vice-RresidenT SUE MQCOOL .,.. . Second Vice-Presidenl MARY SAIL I-IENLEY . . , . . , SecreTar, RACHEL NORRIS , , . . . Treasurer MPS. LENA Y, GOUGH , . . Faculfi, Adyigg- Organized on This campus in I94l and reorganized in l95I, This honorary senior Women's TraTerniTy has as iTs purpose The recogniTion oT scholarship and leadership among women sTudenTs aT MSC . . . reguiremenTs are aTTendance aT SouThern a miri mum oT Tive quarTers mainTaining average oT "B" or beTTer wiTh no grades lower Thaw "C l... sTrives To promoTe high sTandards oT democraTic living , . . encourages serv' ice Tor oThers and developmenT oT The Tiner gualiTies oT iTs members . . . emphasize: leadership, scholarship, and personal gualiTies oT women. Firsf Row: Beverly MclnTyre, Frances I-lilTeny Dorris Russum, Lily Limbaugh, Carolyn McDavId Second Row: ElizabeTh Helmer, Jo Ann Trieschmann, Mary Gail I-lenley, Ida Marie Milner, Geraldine SmiTh, Rachel Norris NOT Picfuredz Sue McCo9l, Marilyn PiTTman OFFICERS CLIFF THOMAS . . . . . Presidenl MARTHA NELL JONES . . . Vice--Presidenl LAURA ANN WILBER , . , . Secrelary WALLACE ALLRED ..... A , Treasure. DR. MARY LOUISE GEHRING . . Faiiulfy Advipi,-I Nalional Honorary Forensic Fralernily . . . Founded for The purpose ol slimulaling inleresl in infer-collegiale oralory and debaling . . . limiled 'ro Those sludenls wlwo have represenled llweir college in speech performances and debales . . . Della Cliapler or- ganized al Mississippi Soullwern in spring of I949 . . . founded in l9I2 . . . colors: cherry red and while. Firsi' Row: Frank Barber, Laura Ann Wilber, Edna Hollinqsworrli, Dr. Mary Louise Ge-lnrinq, Gwen Poll, Marllwa Nell Jones, Wallace Allred Second Row: Howard Ellzey, Cliff Thomas, Dallon Burclw Noi Picfured: Bill Williams A -s W- if 1, Q as sr ,L , fiwss , , " " A Q FY 14: '- 2 vzvgwsyyxfssjq X ' sw , ,gsffyf X N x:gQs.X -A ysfys X. fog. ,Mgcirg rf- A 1 1: X P 'rn-mmh if y I l Firsl Row: Geraldine-Smillm, Sybil Kirlr, Billy Manqum Second Row: Billie W. Murll, George A. Pollilz, W. Lloyd Sconiers Third Row: Clill Tlwomas, Dallon Burcli, Bob Slorey Noi Picluredx Dr. Swilzer, Lily Limloouqlm, Beverly Mclnlire, Marcus Jordan, Fred Waller, Jr. OFFICERS GEORGE A. POLUTZ . . . . Presidenl BEVERLY MQINTIRE . . . Vicefpreside-nl GERALDINE SMITH . . . . Secrelary-Treasure DR. J. R. SWITZER . . . Fagulfy Adviser Organized al llwe Universily ol Mississippi in I925 . . . eslablislwed al Mississippi Soulliern Marcin 3l, I949 , , .lirsl clwapler lo be added under llwe nalionalizalion of llwe organizalion . . . requiremenls lor membership include sevenly per cenl "Ks" for ninely querler lwours work as e minimum . . . ideals Consisl ol learning, loyally, and purily . . . colors are wlwile and deep blue . . . llie flower is llwe while rose. Firsi' Row: W. B. Harlan, Mildred Blaclr, Belly Jo Dcissell, Judy Davis, Yuba Jane Hendriclr, Margarei Wrighr Second Row: Clara Jean Abel, Beverly Willemoes, Mary Alice Smilh, Mary Gail Henley, Donald Bearden, Tom Pryor P ' Third Row: Mary Anne Hood, Jessie Mae Womaclc, Earlora Holden, Mary Jane Welborn, Winnie- Lou Mallhews Nof Picfured: Miss Ida Mae Pierall, Virginia Tierce, Mary D. Brown, Dol Williams, Rulh Johnson U M E OFFICERS YUBA HENDRICKS . . . . . Presidenl MARGARET WRIGHT . . . vias.RfeSza.an+ MARY D. BROWN . . . . seaeiafy lA,'i VIRGINIA TIERCE ........................... , . . Treasurer MR. W, B. HARLAN, MISS IDA MAE PIERATT AND MR. THOMAS S. PRYOR . . .Facully Advisors Nalional Business Educarion Fralerniry . . . encourages scholarship, leadership, and high erhical sfandards in business . . . members are iuniors and seniors majoring in business educarion who meer The scholarship reguiremenls , . . organized for 'reachefs of business and commerce. . Q -an Q is EE EE E! Y' EE EE PI TAU OFFICERS CLIFF Tl-lOMAS , . . . Presidenl ED AKERS . . . . . Vice-Pre-side-nl' BOB HICKS . . . . Secrelary GEORGE POLLITZ . . . . Treasurer MR. J. T, PALMER , . Facully Advisor Organized in l942 for The purpose of recognizing young men who are oursranding in all phases of college aclivilies . . . ils members have made no'rable achievemenrs in such Tields as scholarship, alhlerics, leadership, and exlra-curricular aclivilies . . . lim- ired To a small per cenl of lolal male sludenls and Tacully members. Firsi Row: R, A. McLemore, George Pollilz, Cliff Thomas, Bob Hicks Second Row: J. R. Swirzer, Porler Forlune, J. W. Walker, J. T. Palmer Third Row: Ed Cook, R. Cv. Lowrey, Fred Walker, Jr. Fourfh Row: Bob S+orey, Doug Ferguson, Dalfon Burch Fiffh Row: David Lee Walker, Wesley Oden, Ed Akers Sixfh Row: Lloyd Sconiers Noi Piclured: Millon While, Roger Sorensen, Frank Barber, Bob Moore, Tom Evans, Glen Jones, R, C Cook, Roberl Morgan, J. T. Davis K7 gf 'I C7 '+J Y.: .., Q., I 5 Lf OFFICERS BILLY WICKER. . .... Presidenf gn McRAE .... . .mi vifeepfegraeni .JANIQE Nason. . . . second viCe.PfeSsa.sn+ JIMMY MoRiwAi4E. . . , ..,. rreswmf JEFFIE Rosiuson. . . . .Recording seas-my ELEANOR MURRAY. . . . Corresponding seaeisfy The Wesley F-oundarion is The Melhodisl sludenl organizalion al Mississippi Sourh- ern. Through irs aclivilies, under The direclion ol rhe Rev. Sam Barelield, Minisler 'ro Melhodisl sludenls, il slrives lo speak lo lhe lolal religious lile of The Merhodisr slu- denrs on The campus. COUNCIL MEMBERS Wilmer Dillard, Sue Johnson, Judy Davis, David Lee Walker, Aubrey Lucas, Lillian Roberlrson, Jack Thornlon, Virginia Courlney, Elizaberh Bennelr, Kalherine l"'larlley, Peggy Saxlon, Chrisline Lehmann, lviargarel Skellie, Bill Slrain, Janel Schelller, David Calcole, Mary Bozeman, Liz Alsworlh, Ernesl Schviarlz, Ann Smilh, Cecile McDonald, Mary Edna Gibson, Sue Bradley, Barbara Coleman, and Spud Brad ey. Top, lef+: Tl'iey're about +o enler fhe pearly gales! Top, righf: If ihose plans would only worlc , . . BoHom, left The Wesley Foundafion Homecoming Floal: "Help Wanfe-cl!" Bo'Hom, righf: H's Wesley Council in session-and Wilmer wanfs some more money! . A U" E 4 ew, , lv U iff' . X Y ..Q1:gs '.' Y W- ff' W" ' . fs 'I Y 9 1 trim! , -- 'i , i rr , LQ-,f. I ll. - sf l I 4 up r Md ,Vp s ". LS I ? ff, Y an M Y oi 1, , gf, ' 'R . .er R EEF 12 K ' I l-li Rf v I 2 . gg EEE 5 ii . I 3, V , . ww-f, A9234 Y . , 4: 121 1, I , ff , 1 ff.,, - Y ---. my :ff Lip " . .,,g , In 5' " 2 r Wx K 4, -- WESLEY FUUNIJATIUN J ff, fo. L"."'1' ,H , ., iff ! l WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 'U mi, Q Firsi Row: Marreia While, Mary Tornbfin, Virginia Toellre, Cefherine Hagerman, Second Row: Charles Daws, Edward Alrers, Archie Hughes. Jim Beezh, J-:iv Turman, Diane Weeifer Third Row: Don Kruger, David Elanlcenhorn, Ben Willxinson, OFFiCERS LDWARD AKERS. . . . . Presidenl WRGINIA TOELKE. . . . Secreiaiy-Treaeurer A member ol The slale Weslminsler Fellowship Crgenizalion . . . a group oi Soulh- ern Presbylerian Church sludenls . , . proposes lo losler fellowship for Presbylerian sludenls . . . represenls Soulhern in Slale Weslminsler Fellowship Conference . . aide in bringing Chrislian ideals io lhe Campus. Firsf Row: Dol Bridges, Mary Ann Lindsey, Belly Jo Simpson, Layelle Null, Lula Mae Guillolle Second Row: Maymo I-Ioslrins, Jeannelle Wealliersby, Mary Bozeman, Jerry Slevenson Third Row: Dixie Bronson, Miss Kubilc, Joy Turman, Helen Blauyell, Zadie Webb, Fredna Simmons, Jo Clwelfin, Jan Rallifl Noi' Picfured: Jeanne Rayborn, Phyllis Ivy, Kay Colfer, Marllia Traylor, Tippy Sproles OFFICERS MAYMO HOSKINS . . . I President Jo CHAFFIN . . . . . vicwfesideni JEANNE RAYBORN . . sem-fafysrfeasufef ANN DAVIS ...... . . Facully Advisor DTLANGELINE WATKINS . . Facully Advisor Slresses imporlance of sporlsmanslwip . . . members Iry Io live up 'ro The slendards of good conduclr while parficipaling in a sporl as well as being a speclalor . . . com- posed of girls who are inleresled in allilelics and recrealion . . . sponsors inlramurel sporls and baslcelbell games wiIl'i Ilwe women lacully members as opponenls . . .organ ized al M.S.C. during The Tall of I948, WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSUCIATIUN O I I ,I I ' we ,, ,..A. ew , X J me , - 7 ggi! , y H A! we W s.. my A ' , mga, V ,. ' Y.W.A 6 1 Q? 'Dead "'wiS.i,,W q I , -Q . ... A A, I , Firsf Row: Merle Cole, Jeanne Rayborn, Rulh Johnson Second Row: Mary Jane Bailey, Joan Mangum, Mary Srephens, Par Cpwarf, Mary Anre Heed Third Row: Doris Parker, Lillian Mullins, Nadene l'louslen, Dean Cpulfer, Sue Minton 510+ Pic+ured: Ada McNor+on, Nancy McGrew, Cecelia Doby, Sybil Thcrnhill S,e Freeland Mrs, Phillip mirh OFFICERS DORIS PARKER . . , . President DEAN COULTER . . , Vie-Presiderl JOAN MANGUM I . Seqrelarxr MARY STEPHENS . Treasurer MRS. PI-IILLIP SMITH . . . . Advisor To promole an inleresl in The Church and ils work among young women on 'rhe campus . , . a Baplisl organizalion Ihal seelrs To Irain ils members in The evangelical worlc of Ihe church . . . meelings are designed lo olrler spirilual enlighfmenl and Io pre- pare women sludenls lor an aclive parl in all phases of church aclivily. MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE STATION A, I-IATTIESBURC5, MISSISSIPPI Member of: The American Associalion of Colleges The Soufhern Associafion of Colleges and Secondary Schools The American Associafion of Colleges 'For Teacher Educa'I'ion The American Associalion of Urban Universifies The Nafional Associalion of Schools of Music The Nafional Accrediling Commission The American Council on Educaiion LOCATION:.Mississippi Soulhern College is in Ihe cenler of Soulh Mississippi, convenienlly Iocaled almosl equidislani' from Jackson, Meridian, Gulfpori and Mc- Comb. The buildings are new, and modern in a beauiilul seifing, wilh pine Irees, wafer oaks, azaleas, camelliais, a sunken garden, and a Iropical lagoon. DIVISIONS OF THE COLLEGE: Our dilierenl divisions are Biological Science, Com- merce, Graduale School of Educalrion, Elemeniary and Secondary Educalion, Psychol- ogy, Fine Aris, Heallh and Physical Educarion, Home Economics, Language and Lir- eraiure, Milifary Science and Tacfics, Physical Sciences and Malhemarics, Pracrical Arls, Social Siudies, and Speech Arls. COURSES OF INSTRUCTION: Courses leading Io 'rhe B.S, and B.A. degrees and 'rhe M.A, and M.E. degrees in Educafion and The M.M, degree are oiciered. Courses are offered in Educafion of Teachers, Science and Maihemalics, Home Economics, Speech and Dramaric Arrs, Geography and Geology, Music and Arr, Commerce and Business, Social Siudies, Healrh and Physical Educaiion, Languages, English, Journali-sm, Indus- 'rrial Arrs, Conservaiion and Naiure Srudy, Library Science, Pre-Law, Pre-Engineer- ing, Pre-Medicine, and Medical Technician. RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: Concrere 'rennis courrs, a swimming pool, a nine-hole golf course, a Iield house and gymnasium, an air condifioned library, 'fours ro New Orleans, deep sea fishing on 'rhe coasl, Iecfures and dances will be available Io siudenls during Ihe Spring and Summer Ouariers. MEETING THE NEEDS OF TEACHERS AND SUPERINTENDENTS: Teachers work- ing on degrees may complele sixleen weeks of work by enrolling 'rhe lasr six weeks of Ihe Spring Ouarler and conlinuing 'rhrough The Summer Ouarrer. Courses in The elemeniary and secondary fields and Graduaie work will be offered +o boih Ieachers and adminislrralors, A Reading Clinic and many oiher workshops and conferences will be held during rhe Summer Ouarler. DUTY RoberT E. Lee once sTaTed: I'DuTy is The SublirnesT word in our language, Do your duTy in all Things. You cannoT do more, you Should never wish To do less." Pre-sidenT DwighT D. Eisenhower needs The help oT all Treedorn-loving ciTizens in his eTTorTs To re-esTabIish and pre- serve our individual cornpeTiTive enTerprise sysTern and our republican Torrn QT governmenT as seT TorTh in The DecIaraTion oT Independence, our Con-sTiTuTion and The Bill oT RighTS. General DwighT D. Eisenhower in his accepTance speech as a nominee of The Republican ParTy beseeched The prayers oT all our people and The blessings and guidance of almighTy God. Here Then is one DUTY which should be ours-ThaT is, we should, in our daily prayers, aslc our Heavenly FaTher Through His Virginfborn Son, Our Lord Jesus, To give To Presi- denT Eisenhower and all Those wha represenT us in governmenTaI aTTairs Divine Guidance, blessing Thern wiTh wisdom, sTrengTh and courage To perTorrn Their duTieS as ServanTs oT "We, The people oT The UniTed STaTeS." MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY L. E. EAULKNER, PresidenT COMPLIMENTS OF CITIZENS BANK OF HATTIESBURG, MISS. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MCARTHUR CHEVROLET COMPANY FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION I SALES f C H eViQ.l,,ET SERVICE PHONE 2000 "You're ahead all The way wiTh ChevroIeT" 306-3 I 8 E. Pine NighT Phone I 500 1 ere's to good times and good friends . . . may you always have an abundance Of both Y a a Ef aaa 4 YR T jg, O -f Q,- T' 1 T! V . T r O ,7 1 T BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY HATTIESBURG COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 52-77 HATTIESBURG HARDWARE STORE ga :beam Everyfhing in HARDWARE AND GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 3OO Mobile S+ Phone 366 367 HATTIESBURG MISSISSIPPI E 5 Y FdIyFdDI BARRON MOTOR COMPANY A+h'd 'S SI S III H dyS'r Ph 268I HH b g M pp BEST WISI-IES FROM MCINNIS' M +P Ph 3006 COMPLIMENTS OF MASONITE CORPORATION LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI WHEN SHOPPING in HATTIESBURG MAKE PENNEY' YOUR HEADQUARTERS I 22770 3 ONE OF THE SOUTH'S GREAT STORES Serving Soulrh Mississippi since I895 FIRST NATICDNAL BANK HATTIESBURG, MISS. Member Federal Deposii' Insurance Corp. COMPLIMENTS OF TECI-IE GREYHGUND LINES 3 growing . . . MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE Where your Fashion dollars musi' make sense LINGERIE-SPORTSWEAR-DRESSES-COATS-SUITS-SHOES-ACCESSORIES S d FI 5 I I ' O C ' + JQQLMNQQS 21,29 Zllemi . , Y Q Q41 - Aw'-'a.1,.g jf COIHIQAIHQIIIJ M5 ' UYZ I-IaHiesburg's Qualify D p Imenf Siore PERSONAL FINANCING COMPUMENTS M0n+hIy Repaymenf OF WHWE SYSTEM SOUTHERN CLEANERS OF HATTIESBURG, Inc. R. H. BRASWELL Owner Phone 246 W' Pine JI 2708 Hardy Sheer Phone I87 COMPLIMENTS . I - X I X is is QF IHATTIE URG. MISS- PRAYTORS CLEANERS MENS WEAR "your campus cIeaners" II4 Wear Fronr Sfreer RELIANCE MANUFACTURING CO. DIXIE FACTORY MANUFACTURERS OF WORK CLOTHING COMPLIIVIENTS OF THE DIAMOND SHOP Forresf I-Io+eI Building HaH'iesburg's Iarges+ crecIiI' Jeweler SAUCIER'S GULF SERVICE STATION Phone 2520 24-Hour Service Washing-Polishing-Waxing Gulf Iubricaiion-gasoline-mo'ror oil A Complefe Line of Aufo Accessories A PersonaI Service TI1aI Salrisfies COMPLIMENTS MECHANICS OF STATE BANK MCCQMB CITY, MISS. A Public Service Ins+iI'uI'ion Opposiie MSC Phone I58I Member F'D.I.C. CASH 81 CARRY DRY CLEANERS Guaran+eed Mofhproofing Free Dri-Sheen Process of Dry Cleaning Ph.D. of Au+omobiIes LYONS AUTO SERVICE fea+uring Bear Froni' End Alignmeni' Body and Pain? Works IO7 WaInuT SI. and I-IATTIESBURC5 Mofor Tune,up I Day Service College Service Cenier Phone 26I I COMPLIMENTS OF coMPIIMEISITS OF BARNES SEED AND FEED CO. "The SeediesI' Place in Town" Fresh Tes+ed Seed QUAKER OATS-FUL-O-PEP FEED Fer'riIizers, efc. ELECTRIC APPLIANCE C0. 546 Ceniral Avenue Phone 3693 LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI Telephone 840 302 Second Sfreef W. M' TITTLE' Manaqer HATTIESBURC, MISSISSIPPI ' ZIO-2I4 MARKET ST. PHONE 972 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS QF OF GULF STATES CIGAR AND E TOBACCC COMPANY MARTIN MOTOR SAL S WHOLESALE STUDEBAKER Sales Service Cigars, Tobacco, Candy, and Sundries HATTIESBURG, MISS. HATTIESBuRe, MISS. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI A MuI'uaI Savings and Home Finance Ins+i'ru'rion Serving over 8,000 people SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO SI0,000 BY THE FederaI Saving and Loan Associa+ion of Ihe U. S. Governmen'r Corporafion, and Ins+rumen+aIi+y FOOD AT ITS FINEST COMPLIMENTS THE 0 FINE FOODS 0 GOOD COFFEE 0 PROMPT SERVICE 6.4 "Across From Demon School" 3000 HARDY ST. PHONE 93I3 The Mosi' CompIeIe DeparI'men+ Sfore In SouI'h Mississippi SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI THANKS for Your Friendship ancI Your Pafronage WIMPY'S "The HearI' of I'he Soufhern Campus' coLLEeE I-IEIeI-ITS TEXACO SERVICE 24 hour service WASHING-POLISHING-LUBRICATION TIRES-TUBES-BATTERIES Road Service HUB CITY OFFICE SUPPLY CO. ROYAL TYPEWRITERS A.B. DICK MIMEOGRAPHS 2I8 Wesi Pine Sfreei Phone 3380 By Pass 8: Hardy S+. Phone 4OI COMPLIMENTS OF STANDARD DRUG STORE, LTD. 6I9 Main SIreeI Haifiesburg ufif '-'l yuri 5 fllillf' T 5 param' M at U AMIIK ffm HATTIESBURG CREAMERIES GEIGER PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY "Every+I1ing for I'I1e Office" G B ld Ph 2588 COIVIPLIIVIIENTS OF RELIANCE MANUFACTURING CO. FREEDOM FACTORY Bo s' and IvIen's Pa'amas-Boys' "T" SI1ir+s COMPLIMENTS FAULKNER CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY Call Phone 2857 Your BROADWAY DRIVE-IN THEATRE Highway I I Soufh of HaI'rIeSburq GREETINGS PROM LAUREL LEADER CALL LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI QUALITY APPLIANCES FOWLER BUTANE GAS CO., INC. I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI WHEN IN LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI: Visii CARTER-H EIDE LaureI's Oualify Deparfmenf Siore I I3 Newman Sfreef Phone 2362 SI6- I 8 I:orreSI SIreeI TeI. 426 COIVIPLIIVIENTS COMPLIMENTS OF oe SHELBY WHOLESALE HATTIESBURG BGTTLING COMPANY GROCERY, INC. "Home of GiIs+er's Besf Flour" 403 EAST FRONT ST. Manufacfurers of DR. PEPPER-7-UP-ORANGE CRUSH HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI FORREST MOTOR CO. 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