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

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FRED R ADAMS, JR., Macon JUDY ALLEN, Port Gibson MARKETING Pi Kappa Alpha. MUSIC EDUCATION: Band, Delta Delta Delta Swimming HERBERT ADAMS, Carthage Club. FOURTH ROW: SECOND ROW: ALVA C. ALLUMS, Leakewille ELSIE AIKENS, Hattiesburg PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT. ART Delta Delta Delta, Canterbury Club, Student JO ANN ARMSTRONG, Morton Christian Federation. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Sigma Sigma IERRY ALEXANDER, Montrose FIFTH ROW: Southern Belles, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Physical Education HARRY ATWILL, Park Ridge, Illinois BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. THIRD ROW: DORRANCE AULTMAN, Sztmrizll GEORGE M ALLEN, Mr. Olive ACCOUNTING. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President, Jimmy Brashierg Vice-President, Bill Jarrell, Secretary, Martha Traylorg Treasurer, Zaidee Webb, Historian, Virginia Sumrallg Student Council Representative, Kay Koker. Pictured, lst row: Sumrall, Traylor Koker. 2nd row: Brashier, Jarrell. ffl T 45 -id' Fred R. Adams, Jr. Herbert Adams Elsie Aikens jerry Alexander George M. Allen Judy Allen Alva C. Allums Jo Ann Armstrong Harry Atwill Dorrance Aultman , . , . ., -1-,f.,1f:,-V15--mmczffrr 'f .ffm A wa? 'S ,, .1 W vw--fy 'WU , ' rf., .,v .,f. W 4 ' " V "r 5, .4 Ez E, ' 31 1 , , ,fzl-,H , .... in ? 'Q . V .fy yin. . A 95 .ff-.. mx N Q ,.,. gt. im .4 5:2 ' ii 5-11. 5 0" w x 1 Sw ' ' etkgnlx V ,1 'I lv ROY-: re r A in ,, 1-,W if - 'I ' o lk 4- ff . 19, Q' 'CZ U ' J 1. '---...Q U ' ' . fi' ' ,A ' , 2' '7 , . A :QS 5,44 4 +,: - , if Q .- " ,"' " . ,,f'5?l- Hung '5kf '?'f -- " z'?'3:P,f-'.Zfsf'w4 ' "P 72 5,53 71:31-1. M, ,L ggsjgfr ' ,W-flag. MQW: V . -as .. .- aw ,. Y Z 1, A , Y 1 , 'Ls ..,.w"' 4 , , vi 1. SENIORS FIRST ROW: BILLIE GWEN BAILEY, Sylvaremz HOME ECONOMICS, .Horne Economics Club. MARY JANE BAILEY, Tylertown BUSINESS EDUCATION, SECOND ROW: CHESTER BAKER, Oceafn Sprlngy PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Sigma Pi. DAMON BALL, McComb MARKETING AND MERCI-IANDIsINGg Alpha Tau Omega, Pledge class President, Outstanding Pledge, Reporter, SOUTHERNER Sports Editor 1951-52, Editor 1952-533 Vice-President Delta Sigma Pig Student Council, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. THIRD ROW: FRANK D. BARBER, Hattierburg SOCIAL SCIENCEQ Sigma Nu, Pi Tau, Pi Kappa Delta, Alpha Phi Omega, Modern Language Club 2, Student Printz 2, Canterbury Club, Treasurer Student Govern- ment 2, Student Council 2, 4, Editor and Business Mana- Relaxing between classes get SOUTHERN EXPOSURE, President Student Gov- ernment 4, Honor Debater 3, Treasurer Mississippi In- tercollegiate Council 4, President Congress of Human Relations of Southern Speech Association 3, Canter- bury Club. CHARLES P. BARKER, lr., Columbia RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY, President Christian Fed- eration, Chorister B. S. U., First Vice-President Missis- sippi B. S. U. FOURTH ROW: HILDA BARNETT, Carthage HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION, Home Economics Club. BOBBY BEAM, McComb PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Alpha Phi Omega. FIFTH ROW: JAMES L. BEECH, Laurel PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Cheerleader, Club, Tennis Team. JAMES BELDING, Heidelberg CHEMISTRY, Kappa Sigma, American Chemical Society. "Coffee, please." A-'1 9,15 :gh Yr ,.f, ..-su11'I!'f-p- flsfift Us 'Q If. 0' 5,-. ', 'ax'-,Q Billie Gwen Bailey Mary Jane Bailey Chester Baker Damon Ball Frank D. Barber Charles P. Barker, Jr. Hilda Barnett Bobby Beam James L. Beech James Belding N N 5 .vm A if-1. Xi .L '- Y Wim Y eg' i L! ' 'mv .K 95 GLW, 'f i .4 4 am. ,- , ,ma ' I P . .K , 11 ,M "H f ! Q'-ww if ki , 9 9 if K, ,gr I M9 I ,ff ,- I If ,. , "" 'gs-2, X. 2 B' si it 1 4 he , N' ,, . v ., -5 Wm' .2 lt, , sfjgfj F" . 1 K v- -V , -1 - ll ' f ft U. H. i W if' -ny! M... 1? LQ 'tr- I b'??f!'+f'P1. 1. ' . M. .X M' Q P 4 y ! A f 51 3 I .: f, ,N..f ,,-1... V , 54. 1 Gm r . 3: Wfqtzmyx Vi, iw an 9 ,,, ., , 1 B15 4 SENIURS FIRST ROW: LUCY BELL, Etbel ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. ELIZABETH BENNET, Petal JOURNALISM-ENOLISHg Student Printz Staff, Feature Editor, Choral Union, Wesley Foundation. SECOND ROW: HULON HAROLD BILBO, Lumberton BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. DAVID BLANKENHORN, Birmingham, Alabama PERSONNEL MANAGEMENTQ Kappa Sigma Guard, Westminster Fellowship. THIRD ROW: ROSE ELAINE BLUE, Laarel SOCIOLOGYQ Sigma Alpha Eta. ELLIS BOATMAN, Hattierburg HISTORYQ Student Council, Sigma P FOURTH ROW: BETTY BOLAND, Hattiesburg NLATHEMATICS. MARTHA BOLAND, Hattiesburg HISTORY. FIFTH ROW: CONLEY E. BOND, Poplarville hi Epsilon SOCIAL STUDIESQ Sigma Phi Epsilon, B. S. U. SUE BRADLEY, Millry, Alabama ENGLISHQ Wesley Foundation, F. T. JAMIE buys a ring A. Enjoying chapel If Ni ffl' .,, fi., Lucy Bell Elizabeth Bennett Hulon Harold Bilbo David Blankenhorn Rose Elaine Blue Ellis Boatmon Betty Boland Martha Boland Conley E. Bond Sue Bradley if WW s W. C X .n,, ,,,,Ms-s 1 ,, f' z 'Wm .i4'-www-, I' V VI H g lvfan ll F ly 1 l Q-.,.,,.n gli if Mawr 'il' in 'WW' "ln-r"""' ' l9,,,j ,, Z. -at i 'ggi 'NAM' Wah? SENIURS FIRST ROW: DOROTHY BRIDGES, Purviy o M . KATHRYN BRADY, summit FFICE ANAGEMENT ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. FOURTH ROW: GILBERT W. BRANTLEY, Madden PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, Pi Kappa Alpha. FA YE BRISTER, Liberzy HOME ECONOMICS, Horne Economics Club, Wesley Foundation. SECOND ROW: JOHN B. BROCK, Crandall JIMMY C. BRASHIER, El Dorado, Arkamas HISTORY. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENTQ Kappa Sigma, President Senior Class. FIFTH ROW: EDWINA BREAZEALE, Philadelphia , MILDRED JOANA BROCK, Tylerzawn SPEECH CORRECTIONQ Sigma Alpha Eta. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATIONQ Swimming Club, W. R. A., Home Economics Club. THIRD ROW: THOMAS C. BROOKS, Lucedale E ND. I . . GERALDINE BR ELA Ty mmm BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Delta Sigma Pi, Wesley PHYSICAL EDUCATIONg Treasurer W. R. A., Student Foundation. Council Representative Physical Education Club, Swim- ming Club, Intramural Manager. Would you cash this check?" Jus' BEN and WILLIE ? Kathryn Brady Gilbert W. Brantley jimmy C. Brashier Edwina Breazeale Geraldine Breeland Dorothy Bridges Faye Brister John B. Brock Mildred joana Brock Thomas C. Brooks om ' ' ' " um 'Er' ff' 'Q ,qt 'w , L A 7 I 4, ,W B W?'M ,B . 3 " 'V ' a f ," " """ ! QXAJI,-5 N, S QE 'leaf' Q . , W- .X Vw RK' SENIURS FIRST ROW: CHEMISTRY, American Chemical Society. JOE C. BROWN, Flomazon, Alabama BARBARA BYRDI Bjlgxi B101-0GY,' Kappa Sigma, We51CY F0l111d2fi0I1, Alpha EP- ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONQ B. S. U, F T A Ele silon Delta. JOYCE BUCHANAN, Lacedale ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. mentary Council. FOURTH ROW: BONNIE JEAN BYRD, Collinwille SECOND ROW: HOME ECONOMICS, B. S. U., Home Economics Club JAMES BUCK, Galfporz SPEECH. MEREDITH BURCH, McComb CHEMISTRY, Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Phi Omega, President Sophomore Class, Student Council, Yellow- jackets, B. S. U., Business Manager SOUTHERNER R.O.T.C., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pi Tau, American Chemi- cal Society, Alpha Delta Alpha, Who's Who. THIRD ROW: REGINALD D. BUTLER, IR., Hattierburg The MULLERS entertain Publicity Chairman Y.W.A. HELEN BYRKIT, Wilmington, Delaware LIBRARY SCIENCE, Modern Dance Group FIFTH ROW: CHARLES REED CARTER, Meridian HISTORY-MUSIC. THELMA CARTER, Pafcagoula BIOLOGY, F. T. A., Canterbury Club. JUNE GREER entertains wx., joe C. Brown Joyce Buchanan james Buck Meredith Burch Reginald D. Butler, Jr. Barbara Byrd Bonnie jean Byrd Helen Byrkit Charles Reed Carter Thelma Carter if 'iii' A 2 . 45:9 1:-55' 1.2.1 N , -A f .,, 7'-' ml 5 ' rv., V 'g' M, f , ,' V W w 1 il ., Ur wyn- fw ,I ., ,, MQQQQ, 'WWW " zffw f fl 7 f W rvaw y of an J f1'ff3i21?4?iZj4A yf- 1 4' iwlmlf x 1 f B mi A ,f 'f' " ff- ' , 'pf 'f ' ' A ff V' j ' vw ,I WSG, , Aw-1,,w ' , .' my u 1 'G ' E 'J a L ,I Q . dw" ' , . V f'.,-:rw :A M ew' ,V ' - ' w,'."5x, , BNWT' . f 1. F6935 ,QM f ff- . 1 . W 'M-dw-ammf--..-4 4 A '4 ,jf :,, f J 'J L- 'Www ,aw 'M or in-1 ,V ',,, f if l AW ,, ,V , Z ,, -,., I V A " J, 1 ,. A Lf' M 4, w '., ,, "5 ,N H ,, , ,N Z. M Yr ' A' :f , 1 H W ,, , 'g f W 2, , f lk . ,ff ' lv M'qwW" ,7 , - ' W ,I nf ' Lf!" 'Q jr " . N I 1, ' fury.-'1' 55 ,yi hi' .n, ,- ,,,n,rp:1f1f'g311g.,,, .QL , . 'W-21:':'2' " 'an-sf , A vw.,-Q ' . W1 ' '!'::?"'1Y1":Z'2:3n ' ' ' if qwyu W , . f , w , 'f f' " jf" c W ' 45, WMM" GZ we """" 7 ... . SENIDRS FIRST ROW: JOYCE CAVES, Waynesboro BUSINESS EDUCATION. MARY ANNA CHAVERS, McNeill MUSIC EDUCATION, Band, Wesley Foundation, M. E. N. C. SECOND ROW: CLEWIS MYRON CLARK, Stonewall HISTORYJ Alpha Phi Omega, F. T. A., B. S. U. JOE REX CLARK, Shelby BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Alpha Phi Omega, B. S. U. THIRD ROXV: GLORIA CLAY, Laurel HOME ECONOMICS, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Home Eco- nomics Club, Kappa Omicron Phi. P 9..-v.t.,sr4o ....,... JACK Moons and . . . WILEY E. CLEMENT, Ocean Springx PSYCHOLOGY, Psychology Club, Pi Kappa Pi, Philos Society, Fellowship in Special Education, Honorary Speech Organization. FOURTH ROW: SAM CLINTON, Hatzieiburg MATHEMATICS. BETTY COATS, Columbia HOME ECONOMICS, Physical Education Club, Home Economics Club, Miss Home Economics of 1952-55. FIFTH ROW: EDSEL COATS, Summerland MUSIC EDUCATION, Vesper Choir, Hattiesburg Choral Union, M. E. N. C. DOLAN CO GHLAN, Decatur ACCOUNTING. . . the cutest pledges C? f Y'-7 - A vfc, ,fif Z Joyce Caves Mary Anne Chavers Clewis Myron Clark joe Rex Clark Gloria Clay Wiley E. Clement Sam Clinton Betty Coats Edsel Coats C Dolan Coghlan W Y, "WfifW," ,.,,"' ML1,-f' , 'fl' tgp? 'warm' . L N . M A l ,.,,, ,....-ummm-f' 4- 3 if, . A' '-41-1 jfiimf-i, M. fha Wu : U -f"W 11 -,-:Fifi 2. , 11 Q' I 1 fhwffm WM ,.,, In l , n ii' I f 'WW www' SENIURS FIRST ROW: JANE COGHLAN, Philadelphia HOME ECONOMICSQ- Home Economics Club. KAY COKER, Jackson RECREATION: Beauty, Cheerleader, Sweetheart of Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, President Delta Sigma Epsilon, Senior Class Officer, Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Club, Student Council. SECOND ROW: MRS. MARY COLE, Hattierhurg ART-ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. HENRY LEE CONN, Hattierhurg PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, Kappa Alpha. THIRD ROW: CHARLES CORNE, Chalmelte, La. PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Club, Physical Education Club. Browsing through the "Sam Woods" collection. BETTY EARLE CRAFT, Carthage MUSIC EDUCATION, Vice-President Phi Mu, Vesper Choir, Southern Singers. FOURTH ROW: BETTY CRAIG, Tupelo ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Alpha Lambda, Phi Delta Rho, President Kappa Delta 1952-53, Treasurer, 1953- 54, W. S. G. A. Secretary, Modern Dance Group, Pan- hellenic Council. JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Mayfield, Kentucky PSYCHOLOGY, President Psychology Club. FIFTH ROW: JIMMY LANIER CROSBY, Hattierharg PSYCHOLOGY, Phi Kappa Tau, Psychology Club. HENRIETTA CROWELL, Woodland HOME ECONOMICS, Home Economics Club, B. S. U. Mr. CONGLETON 47' fx- ,www jane Coghlan Kay Coker Mrs. Mary Cole Henry Lee Conn Charles Corne Betty Earle Craft Betty Craig john L. Crawford Jimmy Lanier Crosby Henrietta Crowell QV? 'Wx 53. ymfq ff tw 'Nga-9' 'Qilkfilf up ,g ,,,1 3 fp ,f , ' fmvz-,e -1 .ilk N'--9-P3 ! , SJ Ryu 2 2 E QA '-4 Wsnvf' iww' ., 'N .W .. t 1+ -filuniiv ga Ki WML .J 4 ,, A , ,I I , rf , .,:, , , ' 5Q:.. h, ,V . ' Ef f - ' - + Q t sz 9 . - Y ' l ,A Niles D. Cruthirds Arvis V. Cumbest Frances Davidson Charles E. Davis Harold Lee Davis Mary Lou Davis Ouida Joyce Davis Bobby Dees Virginia DeMent Arthur H. DeRosier, Jr. N" 4 I Q- -. .vu " '4,. '- W ff J' i " - L-44" 3. 'U' "ESQ 2 I .3 2 We-W f V W 'f , :arg 2 iff f' 5 ' ' ,. .- '-fff::1.:3J:4 i' -4' 4 X4 - A . f v'5i', . . :ffgfg:,:2g:,,f:fgfQgg 232251 1' 1 M: 52 i6f1":'14f f i , ,,,. H-..... .f , fr ' ' WZW17' ' ' ' '?,,fi":',3?5iif4' ,zufzf s2,W,' ,fp , ,. H . . . A-Q., vfnzi .iii K . .f 21 D if Xin., , , ny., Own ,Mrk ... 5 1 1 SENIURS FIRST ROW: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HENRY DeWITT, IR., Hattiesburg DON DRISKELL, Jackson, Alabama BIOLOGY, Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Epsilon Delta, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Kappa Sigma, Student Yellowjackets. Council. ' ICHA D D. DIAMOND, M R R we FOURTH ROW: JOURNALISM, Sports Editor Circulation Manager, Vice- President, Historian, Secretary Phi Kappa Tau, Secre- CLYDE DUNGAN, Lucedaje tary Inter-Fraternity Council, Technical Staff Southern H Players. ISTORY. DEON DUNN, Gulfport SECOND ROW: ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Chi Omega. BUFORD DICKINSON, Hattiesburg HISTORY, Wesley Foundation. FIFTH ROW: CECILIA DOBY, Waynejbom JEROME MARK DURAN, Dearborn, Michigan ELEMENTARY EDUCATION? B. S. Uq Y' W. A., EIC- GEOGRAPHY, President Vasa League, President Weath- . ersby Hall, Student Council Representative. mentary Council, F. T. A. JAMES E. DURHAM, IR., Crosby THIRD ROW: BUSINESS EDUCATION. WALTER EVON DRAUGHN, New Augusta Behind business office scenes. GORDON speaks! A l ef Henry DeWitt, jr. Richard D. Diamond Buford Dickinson Cecelia Doby Walter Evon Draughn Don Driskell Clyde Dungan Deon Dunn Jerome Mark Duran James E. Durham, Jr. ..a,..afwJ"" Q' D-iw 3, my N-...W-Q 'N--...-..-w 'wi 5188-'Ek' " 491 A., .,,,,,,. LW SENIURS FIRST ROW: ANN EASOM, Sebartopol HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION, Kappa Omicron Phi, Home Economics Club, Student Council. WILLIAM EDWARDS, Itta Bena BUSINESS EDUCATION. SECOND ROW: BILLIE G. ELLIS, Carlbage MARKETING: Kappa Alpha. VERKUEL EUBANKS, Luredale MATHEMATICS CHEMISTRY: B. S. U., American Chemi- cal Society, Kappa Mu Epsilon. THIRD ROW: BILL EURE. Hattiefbarg PRE-DENTALJ Freshman Honor Society, Alpha Epsilon Delta, B. S. U., Kappa Mu Epsilon, American Chemical Society. Mr. FRAZIER and class ELAINE EURE, Columbia BUSINESS EDUCATION: Vesper Choir, Pi Omega Pi, B. S. U. Council. FOURTH ROW: WOODIE EVANS, Falzon ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. LEVON EZELL, Parcagoula MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION. FIFTH ROW: DOUG FERGUSON, Mobile, Alabama HEALTH EDUCATION: President Pi Tau, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Kappa Sigma, R. O. T. C., Gymnastic Team. WANDA FERGUSON. Cenref BUSINESS EDUCATION. "A new face" -'far ,fi f i i XF" -YL E OBA.-WGOK M MO ,gk Ann Easom William Edwards Billie G. Ellis Verkuel Eubanks Bill Eure Elaine Eure Woodie Evans Levon Ezell Doug Ferguson Wanda Ferguson 'MQW , W qi,-V -Agua, N M' ' E xv 1' ix If. , .,. x , Q A if ff Z 1 , A ,, 1: 2 . 1 ' N 5 f Q""-f.f,,-mg, , I Q xx 4 y 5, 1 X X 'A : p X I i i 1 ' 1 5- 1 Y I wg, R ,,, . Y 'Q lilo. 'sv' SENIURS FIRST ROW: ELLAUVEES FERRELL, Brandon PRE-LAW, Band. ANNE FIELDS, Ecru ENGLISH, F. T. A., B. S. U. SECOND ROW: JAMES FORTINBERRY, Batesville SPEECH: B. S. U., Forensics, Radio. WARREN FORTENBERRY, Hattierburg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION AND ART, TfC3.SL1I'C1' Stu- GEORGIA FRANKLIN, Lucedale ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Wesley, F. T. A., Elementary Council, Secretary-Treasurer Wesley Council. FOURTH ROW: SHARON FRANKLIN, Jackyon ENGLISH, Chi Omega, Beauty, Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart. SUE FREELAND, Luredale MUSIC EDUCATION, Secretary Phi Mu, Y. W. A., B. S. U., Southern Singers, Vesper Choir, Choral Union, Opera. dent Body, Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-President Yellow- FIFTH ROW: jackets, Kappa Pi, Student Council. SUE FROST, Hattierburg THIRD ROW: ENGLISH: Delta Delta Delta, Choral Union. ALFRED FOY, Sammi! MRS. SARA GALLASPY, New Augurm MUSIC EDUCATION, B. S. U., M. E. N. C., Vesper BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Choir, Hattiesburg Choral Union. Miss LENOIR treats Miss SWEGMAN "Tickled pink" Ellawees Ferrell Anne Fields james Forrinberry Warren Fortenberry Alfred Foy Georgia Franklin Sharon Franklin Sue Freeland Sue Frost lVIrs. Sara Gallaspy FEW X Iii, Q..- . gf' ,l A W., 17" 2' P If 2 . ,.-v., n ... , - 'W - . .agar-fr. ,e Y 591511 ' of 'vs ,,,W8Y:ff',, ' W Q z .uh 4 ' gh' 'Vx za'- ff' ., 4 Y. " 1 ' iifffl' A My , " J a, I .1 ,, , .Q ' . .-333 f 'fjjf - ' av 'gf ffm , f ern- . -ff xg. ',. ,I E .A 42 1 A i H I H, Q: 'j'fL', ,V .4 Hr- fe, , , V-ffl ,y -f fp , . ,,.. '-fu - , fb , - . V ' 13, f ' .N fl ef . F ,- ,f f 3 ' -- I ffm: 1 .11 '. . lva. . l EX If SENIURS DOROTHY GERRARD, Canton ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Delta Delta Delta Record- ing Secretaryg Annual Staff, F. T. A. FOURTH ROW: HENRY GRAY GILLASPY, Monticello MATHEMATICS, Phi Kappa Tau Rush Chairman, Chap- lain, Historian, Recording and Corresponding Secretary B. S. U., American Chemical Society. ELLA FRANCES GINN, Kokomo ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Wesley Foundation, Ele mentary Council, Vesper Choir, Folk Singers. FIFTH ROW: GILBERT GINN, Kokomo MATHEMATICS, Wesley Foundation. THOMAS GODFREY, Tupelo GEOLOGYg Band, Geology Club. CARLTON-CLARK Orchestra 1 '---Nm. 'WN' 9 W M' in faq! WF? Q f . , A 9' . - ' 1 , 4 , , -- Pg A. -. M R 5 ' ,Ar nu.. , ' 'mx Bettye Sue Gamble , V A NM M james Garner ,1 . f . f QW? ,dj ,l Ida Laura Garraway june Geiger gm.. Otz ie Ree Gentry Dorothy Gerrard wr I 'H , ,.,, ., . ,V Henry Gray Gillaspy g Ella Frances Ginn W tl!- ,W ew Gilbert Ginn Thomas Godfrey . WL W , X V ' A':.5 S I ' A ' ' Elf Q. 1.-1' yy xx ir 39 lf X X N .X - . v ,, - Q, V07 X. ,, ,L 4, ,.,.,.1'-1 1.,"" 5 ,f """""'6 Q J S " 1"" 59 ,,. , ir? , ft P ' , v .dy 4, , 231 -4: ff A' -, -X555 , , Vw - ,fl FIRST ROW: R. D, GOFF. Laurel ACCOUNTINGQ Delta Sigma Pi. LULA MAE GOODE, Mark: BUSINESS EDUCATION. SECOND ROW: NOBLE A. GORDON, Louifzfille MARKETING. JAMES C. GRAHAM, Hattieyburg PRE-MEDQ Alpha Epsilon Delta, Bet THIRD ROW: BOBBY GRAY, fczckfon ACCOUNTINGQ Kappa Sigma. Journalists and our President This book please 5 - R. D. Goff Lula Mae Goode Noble A. Gordon james C. Graham Bobby Gray Robert B. Gray Maldon R. Griffin Frances Griffith me-3 :sql 'wr' ,xffgv . mm, 'EQ 'sd E . A 3 1 4',v , filhis-L-w-4 2, ""-31'ZTT:'n- f""hv'Q" W .que ' , Marilyn Grissom Roy W. Haines '-h,, x f V f wwf, J ' ' . iz SENIORS FIRST ROW: PSYCHOLOGYQ Sigma Phi Epsilon Secretary, Psi Chi JOSEPH L. HAINING, Yazoo City WALTER S. HAMILTON, Hattielburg CHEMISTIBYQ Stuclc-n,t Affiliate American Chemical So- CHEMISTRY. ciety, Newman Club. ROBERT L. HALL, Georgetown FOURTH ROW: GEOLOGY. X. L. HANCOCK, Summit PHYSICAL EDUCATION. SECOND ROW: EDWARD EARL HARPER, Flora ROBERT P' HALL' Mobde' Alabama , BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONQ Pi Kappa Alpha. PRE-MED,' Alpha Tau Omega, Beta Beta Betag Alpha Ep- ' D l . mon 6 ta FIFTH Row: SYDNOR HALL, Forest PERSONNEL MANAGEMENTQ Kappa Alpha. ROBERT HARPER, Hattieiburg RADIO-SPEECHQ Pi Kappa Alpha. THIRD ROW: BARBARA HARRIS, Summit GAVIN HAMILTON, Faiflaapa, Alabama MARKETING' Tea for the elite Singing for money from Laurel. 'ful joseph L. Haining Robert L. Hall Robert P. Hall Sydnor Hall Gavin Hamilton Walter S. Hamilton X. L. Hancock Edward Earl Harper Robert Harper Barbara Harris gym A Md, I M 1, gf: 7 ,...,M 1, WW of , ,V - 5 14 Ziff .' uf .,.-45 . ,. . . -- 1 1' if ' Q ' f SENIURS FIRST ROW: ACCOUNTING. LARRY HARRINGTON, Hattiesburg WILLIAM EARL HILL, Memplnir, Teunerree MARKETING, Alpha- Phi Omega, Club, Delta Sigma ACCOUNTING, Treasurer Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary Delta Pi. Sigma Pi, Alpha Psi Omega, Southern Players. WILL R. HARRISON, Huzlelsurrt FOURTH ROW: GEOLOGY. STANISLAUS HOEY, Hultierlvurg SECOND ROW: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Kappa Alpha, R.O.T.C., Yellowjackets. BILL HAYS, Gulfport I MARKETING, Vesper Choir, Band, Alpha Tau Omega IEANNETTE HOGUE' Carthage Pledge Master, Annual Staff,R.O.T.C. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, President Sigma Sigma Sigma. BOB HICKS, Biloxi BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, President Pi Kappa Alpha FIFTH ROW: 4, Vice-President 3, Vice-President Pi Tau 4, Secretary 35 Business Manager Student Printz 2, 3, Staff 1, Delta MARTHA HOLCOMBI Hattiejbwg Sigma Pi, Inter-Fraternity Council 2, 3, 45 Student Coun- cil, R.O.T.C.g Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. HOME ECONOMICS. CYNTHIA HOLCOMBE, Mobile, Alabama THIRD ROW: SECRETARIAL SCIENCE, Psychology Club. TRUEL DWIGHT HICKS, Laurel Mr. Mullen on Career Day The Passion Play Y ""'I?' ., 3 .M ,Y .?:?ag," MQ., 4 " wwf , , ,avg K I 1 an -W. fi s Larr Harrin ton U Y 8 1 Will R. Harrison Bill Hays Bob Hicks Truel Dwight Hicks William Earl Hill Stanislaus Hoey Jeanette Hogue Martha Holcomb Cynthia Holcombe mf, I ,AV f ' , vw'W ie?l f " 2 ' 7 I H11 V 4 f, -fn if-.14"' i 5 X, W A 2 My , ' 4 ,. fa, 'if f y. ,-W7 , ' N, Vg. in .L-:L fry: 7, ' A. ' 11.36, I 5? W ar - ,V H A 1 , I .sv 1 iff: ww 1 C L+- .-vi! ww' -Q-l MQW- giggfr, rj 1' : ., x fr QM 1 iv? i -A , 1 4 r -'fi , 4 ff ' ' f-rw, iff 1 "'N-f--susan-rf"" 7: f af f l I 4 f r I ,ff Z fl I , , of 65 'LHR vw, Q FIRST ROW: JAMES B. HOLLAND, Philadelphia MARKETING AND MERCHANDISINGQ Newman Club. PAUL H. HOLMES, Haltiexbarg HISTORYQ Kappa Alpha. SECOND ROW: MARY ANNE HOOD, Biloxi BUSINESS EDUCATION, Delta Sigma Epsilon,-Presidenr Pi Omega Pi, B. S. U. GEORGE HORN, Haltiefbarg PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION. THIRD ROW: ANN HORNE, Clinton, Louisiana -IOURNALISMQ Student Printz Campus Editor, Delta Welcome home, Southernersf' SENIURS Sigma Epsilon Treasurer. CHARLES H, HOWELL, Jayexs RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY. FOURTH ROW: JUNE HOWELL, Voubarg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. JAMES T. HUBBARD, Winnfielal, Louisiana HISTORY. FIFTH ROW: DONALD B. HUNTER, Mobile, Alabama MATHEMATICS, Kappa Sigma. HALLIE JOE HUTTO, Clara PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Phi Kappa Tau, Physical Edu cation Club. Halloween Queen contestants james B. Holland Paul H. Holmes Mary Anne Hood George Horn Ann Horne Charles H. Howell June Howell James T. Hubbard Donald B. Hunter Hallie Joe Hutto 1 . T lx X uw' awww' if N""'1u.....-Q-ff "-:JIM 'af " ' -,, ,vf?'1I1..9 ffm. Wd' W wwf' -mf! W , .4 ,Q 3" 4: W , 1 'ff ' 1 1 MQW 1 . ,,.,, , xv MSQN ,. Q -A ll V . ,--, U 'V M ,. . X .7331 5 if ' l l 's sr, .QI V- l , fm A H ,, H. o g ll M if - :il Q-sl"'J'N'f'W :M.g4F'l"- X ,f K 67 W SENIURS FIRST ROW: SAMIE ELLEN IRVING, Kofciusko MUSIC EDUCATION, Phi Mu, Marching and Concert Bands, M. E. N. C., Vesper Choir, Sinfonietta, Little Symphony, Hattiesburg Choral Union, Student Govern- ment, Student Guild of Organists. JAMES H. ISHEE, Laurel ACCOUNTING. SECOND ROW: WILLIAM BOYD JACKS, Bay St. Louit CHEMISTRY: Newman Club, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Amer- ican Chemical Society. W. H. JACKSON, Bay Springs ACCOUNTING. THIRD ROW: HAROLD JACOBS, Meadville ACCOUNTING. Latinos sing. JOHN GILBERT JAMES, Hazlehurxt ACCOUNTING. FOURTH ROW: CLAUDE C. JENNINGS, Sardit HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION, President Kappa Sigma, President Inter-Fraternity Council, Student Coun- cil. ANTHONY JIMINEZ, Biloxi BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Alpha Tau Omega Vice- President, Historian: Drum Major 4, Junior Class Fa- vorite, Sophomore Class Favorite, Secretary and Treas- urer Inter-Fraternity Council, First Vice-President New- man Club, Delta Sigma Pi. FIFTH ROW: J. FREMON JONES. JR., Jackson BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Pi Kappa Alpha. JIMMY R. JONES, Hattiesburg ECONOMICS. Practicing for Band Day f. xv ,L R . 'I ttf. -fu I . rrgr.. Samie Ellen Irving James H. Ishee William Boyd Jacks W. H. Jackson Harold Jacobs John Gilbert James Claude C. Jennings Anthony Jiminez J. Fremon Jones, Jr. Jimmy R. Jones K. Nfl 1 .H Ai wk wg, 'W-vp. 'XJ ,, ' I 71, - 1':.fg, f Li1f' .w.,f,,f1 ....fffV , "T 14. V' -'f w. . . v ,l:f'W0I7'Z' . f,:" -21211,-. -'Aw 5.11 , f:Jfzf::',Mf2f 41.2 ' 'v."5fE'1fi 44- ,, -5 1.ff:Ug',, ..., fy.. VW.,-3 .- ,y:Q'mg, 9 .14 f:f:k.f 'ffv If if 2 V, . - " . - .. 4' Vfgfli . :,3.e.z..5..., " .' , '. 427.7 ,Way 5. 'W-'iff J J, ...aa FIRST ROW: MRS. LELA D. JONES, Over: ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. REX JONES, Hattiesburg BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SECOND ROW: ANCE JORDAN, Laurel MARKETING, Alpha Tau Omega. ROBERT JORDAN, JR., Laurel HISTORY. THIRD ROW: ROBERT A. KARCHER, Mobile, PSYCHOLOGY. A. j. KILPATRICK, Philadelphia Only a tea-dance. SENIURS PHYSICAL EDUCATION. FOURTH ROW: HERBERT L. KINNON, JR., Moielle RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY, Chairman Radio White Chapel Devotion. ROBERT L. KIRBY, Centreville MATHEMATICS. FIFTH ROW: SYBIL KIRK. Doddwille MATHEMATICS, Alpha Lambda, American Chemical Society, Phi Delta Rho, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi Kappa Pi. Alabama ANN KIRKPATRICK, Noxapater HOME ECONOMICSQ Home Economics Club. Southern journalists at legislature. Mrs. Lela D. jones Rex jones Ance A. Jordan Robert Jordan, Jr. Robert A. Karcher A. J. Kilpatrick Herbert L. Kinnon Robert L. Kirby Sybil Kirk Ann Kirkpatrick 5 'Nm We . ,...,. .. . 'M M Mi. .K ",,g2'w .. 2 2 tfz15'Wff, A f1n,,,m,1w,a,f wif- 04.1.4 'wwf' 4' A .,h1,:. W, 'Wx 'ww- "-N-xi. 1 ,hx N'--5. R u 1 Q . Q 'II-E, I . If Y BJP: .V V 1 ff' ..,,v .li ,I ja ' A , I Q . pg . V A ,ml l ,I,,,5 . , if ylngga- " f Q If Q if ., mai. -it - V 0- f ,, 5? 2 y - wf-.yu af V ,J f -. ' "'0'f41 . . .. A A1 Q f In - VUL '.'j,'f.'Q.1n '37 f , g " Hkiisif' 0 5, - . ..,. . 1 " A- 'ap ifg Sl f 1 ,f A it ,,. . ..,, , . 4, . . , ..,. Q, ,, . 1 Jia.: A ' JL' ,' ' ffm. 1 -K a . ,' Z -ugh wh , , .fi -..A ,, sv' H W I ,,, Y, SENIURS FIRST ROW: ALLEN B. KROHN, Wiggins BUSINESS. DONALD G. KRUGER, New Orleam, Louiriamz POLITICAL SCIENCE, Phi Eta Sigma Senior Advisor, Kappa Sigma Grand Master of Ceremonies, Vice-Presi- dent Mississippi Intercollegiate Council, First Vice- President Student Body, Pi Tau, Pre Legal Forum, West- minster Fellowship. SECOND ROW: CAROLYN KYZAR, Bogue Chino HISTORY, F. T. A., B. S. U. CHRISTINE LADNER, Poplarrfille ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Presi- dent Elementary Council. THIRD ROW: GRADY LAMBERT, layers CHEMISTRY. Upon arising. CHRISTINE W. LANHAM, Parcagoula ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Elementary Council, F. T. A. FOURTH ROW : LOU LA WRENCE, Edwards HOME ECONOMICS: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Phi Delta Rho, Kappa Omicron Phi, Alpha Lambda, Home Eco- nomics Club, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. CHARLES G. LAYTON, Magee OFFICE MANAGEMENT. FIFTH ROW: JAMES S. LEACH, Weimar Grozfe BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. BARBARA LENAZ, Gulfport ELEMENTARY EDUCATONQ Sigma Sigma Sigma Treas- urer 3, 4, F. T. A., Elementary Council 1, Alpha Lambda Treasurer 2, Phi Delta Rho 3, 4, Women's Student Gov- ernment Treasurer 2. Our funds climb. T 3 W 1 In N,- X- W1 . W I Allen B. Krohn Donald G. Kruger Carolyn Kyzar Christine Ladner Grady Lambert Christine W. Lanham Lou Lawrence Charles G. Layton James S. Leach Barbara Lenaz ? 3 KN.-.Y ww :Uv 'WN Rx , vi 4.. bww "4"""l"mI'P" .W A V551 ' ' ' "rf f X v. 'x ' Q,-A ili3""5 W , xl ., 'lf 4... 0 0 3?eZZ,Q,g v 1 ug, .S ,..LL3:.:.:.,-....,.... SENIURS FIRST ROW: CARL LIGHTSEY, Pacbuta PSYCHOLOGYQ Pi Kappa Alpha, Wesley Foundation, Psychology Club, Student Council. JERRY LIVINGSTON, Crotby HISTORY. SECOND ROW: KATHLEEN LOFLIN, Star SECRETARIAL STUDIESg Sigma Sigma Sigma. ROYCE LUKE, Philadelphia BUSINESS EDUCATIONQ Wesley Foundation. THIRD ROW: JERRY LYONS, Gulfport Latinos on tour. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENTQ Kappa Alpha EDWARD MLCAIN, Iackfon MARKETINGQ Delta Sigtn Pi. FOURTH ROW: JEAN McCARTY, Lonin ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. HARRY MCDONALD, Lumberton FIFTH ROW: CARROLL McKENZIE, Hiutiexburg PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT. CHARLES McNAlR, Union ENGLISH. Southern coeds hear Miss Mary Beth Little. Q4 I -'ali PQI, . . ' . X5 Carl Lightsey jerry Livingston Kathleen Lof lin Royce Luke Jerry Lyons Edward McCain Jean McCarty Harry McDonald Carroll McKenzie Charles McNair v W f , ax Y I. 'AN' 13 -.f f hr' ' 5'-4-Wdlhau-ss 'I C ' ' f ,AM L! A A, K V ,I Us 5,5 f-fi I ' - ,-1 ,.,l' X v V .,., ' uv , 4" N il ri' 5? fa ,.,f . . It V I , 9' . MW .Qian -.A-. .,,, . ,fam I -3 1 f,.ff g - ,SM lawgll . ,. ,- . 1' ,. . mm. 4.13, My w mfr h.,,, ,A , 1. V, i ff ,, ' iffwfzpgag. ' ' L 34 ' -2, ., . -. -we iw- Vmffgwkf- N x ,, W" ' 3, 0 u f 1 ' 1. t 5 ,dj 4 f in :' za- Q., 2 X. S ""'-www. vi nr y qi, ,Iwi 9 si, A ,rv ,X 5.5, ' C '1 - ,-f f- . 1-if ' , . -' ' . 5. gg .. K -:L -, Q -1: -.IWSSS 911 -lr: 'f-?- - .if SENIURS FIRST ROW: JAMES McQUEEN, Picayzme COMMERCIAL ART. WILFRED McSWAlM, New Augusta BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SECOND ROW: EDITH MAGEE, Collins ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Wesley Foundation, F. T. A., Elementary Council. IE WEL MA GEE, Collins MATHEMATICS, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Modern Language Club, Wesley Council. THIRD ROW: JOYCE CONNELL MAGEE, Tylertown ENGLISH, Alpha Sigma Alpha Corresponding Secretary 2, Recording Secretary 3, President 4, SOUTHERNER Organization Editor 1, Sorority Editor 2, 3, Editor 45 Pep Squad 1, 25 Southern Belles 33 Homecoming Maid 3, Student Council 4, Beauty 1, 2, 3, 4, Pi Kappa Dramatizing love. Alpha Dream Girl 45 Pi Kappa Alpha Court 33 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4, Alpha Girl 4. WILLIAM WALLACE MAJORS, Gulfport MARKETING, Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Sigma Pi, Yel- lowjackets, Cheerleader CHeadD. FOURTH ROW : ROBERT W. MANGUM, Mendenhall MA11-IEMATICS. ROBERT L. MASON, Foley, Alabama PSYCHOLOGY, President Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice-Presi- dent Psychology Club, Inter-Fraternity Council, Manager Intramural Sports, B. S. U. FIFTH ROW: ROBERT H. MATHIS, Biloxi HISTORY, Treasurer Westminster Fellowship. WIGGIE MATTHEWS, Hattiesburg DRAMA, Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Psi Omega. I'd like to buy a Southern jacket. james McQueen Wilfred McSwain Edith Magee jewel Magee Joyce Connell Magee William 'Wallace Majors Robert W. Mangum Robert L. Mason Robert H. Mathis Wiggie Matthews Y 'M 'if' W " MV -. . ' I K .Fha-4 ,Z -Z P' iw, V Eiiiifif 'af V , A 1-an Q, wiv 4 " iw' 'Ni Z, ,f .pf 45 , ,Jet .5 nn SENIURS FIRST ROW: HISTORY, Vasa League. FAYE MAXEY, Cbickaraw, Alabama BUSINESS EDUCATION, Delta Sigma Epsilon, B. S. U. FOURTH ROW: DOUG MIMS, Greenwood BOBBYE MAY, Philadelphia H H l ACCOUNTING, M Club, B. S. U., Student Council. HOME ECONOMICS, Home Economics Club Secretary. JAMES E. MITCHELL, Hattiesburg SECOND ROW: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. STEELE MAYS, Clarkxdale FIFTH ROW: BUSINESS EDUCATION. ALLEN L. MOODY, Columbia B. R. MEADERS, Laurel BUSINESS EDUCATION, Intramurals. MARKETING AND MERCHANDISING, Pi Kappa Alpha. IESSIE WYNN MORGAN, Newton THIRD ROW: PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Maiorerte-Assistant Head, Physi- cal Education Club, Program Chairman, Phi Mu Vice- PATRICIA MEEK, Hattiesburg President and President, Student Body Homecoming SECRETARIAL SCIENCE. Maid, Beauty. JOE FLOYD MIDDLETON, Hazleburst The Pikes win again. ' e ' For a campus "InspectIon.' ,1 L I Faye Maxey Bobbye May Steele Mays B. R. Meaders Patricia Meek joe Floyd Middleton Doug Mims james E. Mitchell Allen L. Moody jessie Wynn Morgan 'iw' in W5 'Nfl' I qgwviwmv ? fwg, fi u"""""K., it N -,i . dm U .gb ll' la I RK. I . . ng 1- . k -- .pi SENIORS FIRST ROW: DOROTHY NECAISE, Biloxi ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. CAROLYN MORRIS, Booneville BUSINESS EDUCATION, Alpha Sigma Alpha. CARMON MOORE, Carthage PHYSICAL EDUCATION. FOURTH ROW: JOHN D. NEILL, Philadelphia, Penmylvama HISTORY, Varsity Football, Club SECOND ROW: JANICE LOUISE NELSON, Pafcagoala PIANO, Phi Mu, Phi Delta Rho, P1 Kappa Lambda FRANCES MOSLEY, Hazzierbarg LIBRARY SCIENCE. BILLY C. MULLICAN, Laurel Vesper Choir, Southern Singers, Wesley Foundation Choral Union. ' FIFTH ROW: ACCOUNTING. ROLAND NICHOLS, Taylorwille THIRD ROW: HISTORY. BECKY IO MYERS, Magee TRAVIS NICHOLS, Magee ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Physical Education Club, BUSINESS EDUCATION, F. T. A., B. S U F. T. A. Diane and Dave Off to the showers!! Carolyn Morris Carmon Moore Frances Mosley Billy C. Mullican Becky jo Myers Dorothy Necaise John D. Neill Janice Louise Nelson Roland Nichols Travis Nichols f f:-5 ,. xg hx X. 032. SQ? : Rex n X xW Q0 ws ' A wk Q. , f- - .QM-ewx..l 1 'uw 'ww , ,,,,, -I ,WN W-7 . W I P . . .am-7 1 ' ,sf -1, -, ' Legg . -, ' f 3: ' Jie- ,, Q - . . , +L,-C 'w V , gxyy, AV , z , ny , ,, 1 wh , , 3, f D? F' .f , W ffl' 4 ef '21 'fe' X 1 i , F 5 r exif V- , 5 W J , ,y r f A .51 'I Z, ' iwail -'i 1.5. , X Nw Nb- ilsf"'l .x If XM- ,- ffrfv vnu- --' "' lTfih.l-init.-tlnTdl? FIRST ROW : DAVID NICHOLSON, Laurel SENIORS HISTORYQ F. T. A., Student Council Representative. VELMA JEAN NIX, Mobile, Alabama ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONQ Sigma Sigma Sigma. SECOND ROW: JACK M. NORRIS, Meridian PRE-DENTAL. JACK K. OLIVER, Meridian BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONQ Kappa Alpha. THIRD ROW: PEGGY OPPERMAN, Redwood ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONQ Sigma Sigma Sigma. Career Conference. ... I,-. . .... .A r1,ul3,.,.X"f,-T',6- Nl ll , s ,J , gf ... . I I I f , ,, b ,A ,1 W L ' I M-. V X Z C 4:7 W I L DAVID LOUIS OWEN, Friar: Point PHYSICAL EDUCATIONQ Physical Education Club, Alpha Tau Omega. FOURTH ROW: BRANTLEY PACE, Hattiexburg BIOLOGYQ Alpha Epsilon Delta. WILLIAM J. PALMER, Brooklyn MARKETING. FIFTH ROW: GLYNDOL PARKER, Parvii LIBRARY SCIENCEQ B. S. U. WALTER PARKER, Bay Springx ACCOUNTINGQ Alpha Tau Omega. How'd you like to be in the oil business? fag, X-' I David Nicholson Velma Jean Nix jack M. Norris Jack K. Oliver Peggy Opperman David Louis Owen Brantley Pace Wfilliam J. Palmer Glyndol Parker Walter Parker 'WWW 'Elvin' .1 ji A .V ,fli'2l1f'fZll li i CZ 'ww KW adia- 'Qe 'Q 5-dvi-ss' wwf -.v""""' . V y ,..K.1f :- .,.f,- ,-v- .V-'vfzilff ,- E?6fff5'QL7? ,.fTzg.7I2ehirfl 'swf' 'ur1',."W Tw f Il i w , ,fj I - -. I .YA PM 'i 'K .gr 'i54.fzf,rf T vs W y J , I yi, l. L1-.bhp I 'X 'l 2- P 21-T1 fi :gr- mg 5. xiii Rv-riunnl"vi.vwa BO SENIURS FIRST ROW: ROSE PARSONS, Raymond PIANOQ Choral Uniong Y. W. A., Band. O. I. PEARCE, Long Beach BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SECOND ROW: BARBARA PEASTER, Yazoo City ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONQ Sigma Sigrna4Sigrna Re- cording Secretary. JO JO PITTMAN, Mx. Olive BUSINESS EDUCATIONQ Sigma Sigma Sigma. THIRD ROW: TRAVIS DALE PITTMAN, Hattiexburg BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Our Folk Singers. ,,. -IA: b - o 1 ' 1 . ' X X BOOTH POOLE, Natchez SOCIAL STUDIES. FOURTH ROW: JAMES RAY POUNDS, Waynexboro BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HAROLD PRESLEY, Pickenf ECONOMICSQ Kappa Alpha. FIFTH ROW: ELLIS R. PRICE, Jackxon BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HERBERT PEAVEY PRICE, layer! ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONQ B. S. U. cil, F. T. A. "Ultra-modern" art! Elementary Coun l L- gg vu -"lo N Rose Parsons O. J. Pearce Barbara Peaster jo jo Pittman Travis Dale Pittman Booth Poole james Ray Pounds Harold Presley Ellis R. Price Herbert Peavey Price X.. 'M- ff' -yggz 'D , -my In .i 'WV , , SENIURS FIRST ROW: PETE REYNOLDS, Waynerboro WILLIAM PURVIS, Pucleezz HISTORYQ B. S. U. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION-HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATIONQ Kappa Alpha. FLUVIA JAN RATLIFP, Brookhaven FOURTH ROW: HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATIONQ SUE ROBERTS' Led,r.e,,,i11e Delta Delta Delta, Health and Physical Education Club, ELEMENTARY EDUCATION F T A E1 C 3 . . ementary oun W- R- A- cil, B. s. U., Y. W. A. SECOND ROW: JAMES ROBINSON, Magee I HISTORYQ Phi Eta Sigma. JEANIE RAYBORN, Summll BUSINESS EDUCATION' Y. W. A. B. S. U. President ' ' ' FIFTH ROW: Women's Student Government Association, W. R. A. WILMER RODGERS, Haltiesburg EDDY READ, Parcagoula MARKETING, Alpha Tau Omega. THIRD ROW: E. C. REEVES. JR., Hattiesburg ACCOUNTING. Home was never like this! ACCOUNTING. VAN K. ROGERS, JR., Tupelo MARKETINGQ Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Sigma PI Inter Fraternity Council. Advice from a retailer me Q .fx ,U 1 Am, A A 5 ' l 3123? , .,f 5, - u w ,, ,J N -4a:if?ff?a-.fini ' . iiwuri. '-:JN ' L. fs cr- A mr .Mies . , fam: , f X ,gig William S. Purvis Fluvia jan Ratliff Jeanie Rayborn Eddy Read E. C. Reeves, jr. Pete Reynolds Sue Roberts james Robinson Wilmer Rodgers Van K. Rogers, Jr. ff We If f - 3 - .4 5,355 I -4 , , 3 f Y 1:-nv:-... V ,,,,W.M--.,.a....,,. wx 'i -i--.r- fa. - .. saggy QW .Mx ,. iw X 'Q 8 Hhyfyddgv, ,, ,ff I . ,I w I , af',"""iN, ll' "Www ' s ,,,, ,f A K V25-'guy-Lf .21 . , A , ,Q f 4-i . i, , 9 W, A ,V ,, . gf - mf , l i , 1 "'1wz1' 1 ,-,7 . L 4 1' , X U! Q W! If 1 ,pp-w-fb Nw! ' iluunug, I . 1 1 3'Qf4:,,.G.. - I' -A --S-1 .4 ' . Y ., .sri 'IX 'T-'?f":4 v 4 . 1 5 XXX X I SENIURS FIRST ROW : MARTHA MARILYN ROPER, Hazleburst HOME ECONOMICS, Ghi Omega, Home Economics Club, Student Council. GARY ROUNSAVILLE, Gulfport PERSONNEL MANAGEMENTQ Kappa Alpha. SECOND ROW: VICTOR H. ROUNSAVILLE, Gulfporr PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT. BOBBY RUSH, Hattiesburg BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. THIRD ROW: MRS. VIRGINIA RUSHING, Carthage HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATIONQ Home Economics Club. We'd like to become secretaries. WILLIAM R. RUSHING, Glover BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONQ Veterans Club. FOURTH ROW: NYLES K. RUSSELL, Hattieyburg BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. DELTON RUTLAND, Mr. Olive MARKETING. FIFTH ROW: MITCHELL E. SABA, I-Iatfiexburg BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONQ Delta Sigma Phi. BETTY SCHMITZ, Kreole ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONQ Wesley Foundation, Ele rnentary Council, F. T. A. Battling for the ball. L7 l X ' 'J ! . . l , I RTB' I Martha Marilyn Roper Gary Rounsaville Victor H. Rounsaville Bobby Rush Mrs. Virginia Rushing William R. Rushing Nyles K. Russell Delton Rutland Mitchell E. Saba Betty Schmitz ,hir Nniwal g 'fag 3 vi Y 67 ,xii V A525 sf . , - A... ....,..........-... ,. .,.,..... ...u..u.,,.f 2,-N-A.-, nn 'an my 'at 'www' fm 1 is ' 'if-V ..,,,, A WW 01. MM" ,gn-nvHl""'0 M' fa '1f- R . im wi 3, 'g f ' .'Q4,q,a3sgx4,,'f,,!xt'. 11 ,Ml At, 51" 'Www' WWW ww N 'Sf' my 'St W N., , .,:,,. ,, -q,5.L,.yAN. ,,.. .M,,:i55,3.g-it wa .5 . ,, ... ..,. ,?.xT,,,du- FIRST ROW: W. LLOYD SCONIERS, Biloxi ACCOUNTING: Pi Tau Student Council Representative, SENIURS PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, Kappa Alpha, President Legal Forum 2, Freshman Student Council, Sophomore Class President, Treasurer Inter-Fraternity Council 4, Yellowjackets 2. Pi Kappa Pi, Alpha Phi Omega President, R. O. T. C. Distinguished Military Student. WILLIAM SEAY, Vicksburg DRAMA: President Alpha Psi Omega, Southern Players, FOURTH ROW: WADE SIMMONS, Koxciusko .ACCOUNTINGQ Pi Kappa Alpha, House Manager Treas- Speech Arts Council. urer. WILLIAM L. SIMMONS, Meridian SECOND ROW: VIRGINIA SEGREST, Meadville FOREIGN TRADE: Associate Editor SOUTHERNER 52- 53, Pi Kappa Delta, Alpha Tau Omega. BUSINESS EDUCATION: Wesley Foundation. FIFTH ROW: DOROTHY JANE SHOEMAKE, Hattieflrurg SECRETARIAL STUDIES, Phi Mu, B. S. U. BETTY JO SIMPSON, Gulfport PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Physical Education Club, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Southern Belles, Dolphin Club, W. R. A. THIRD ROW: MARY DEAN SKIPPER, Poplarville MONA SI-IOEMAKE, Newton BUSINESS EDUCATION. HOME ECONOMICS, Home Economics Club. RALPH T. SIMMONS, Laurel 4-U1 A toast to HS! ". . . And to sell insurance you must . . ." 4 l 5 1 W. Lloyd Sconiers William Seay Virginia Segrest Dorothy jane Shoemake Mona Shoemake Ralph T. Simmons Wade Simmons William L. Simmons Betty jo Simpson Mary Dean Skipper W 'M ,V-dl'.5L.Wg 3 up ? +1 S., 4 i f ,f-manga, .5 131 Fm. 1 5 .Q : 1 -in wg A5149 ' .- . ,. . , A 'fi 575 fbib V f L . l 4' n -J "' 426 1 'fi 4, 'r f A A' ,f'i fr! K , if W-'vnu-...av F-, 91 f -W--v-vw SENIURS FIRST ROW: LYNDELL SORRELS, Glover HERBERT D' SMITH, Calhoun City ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Elementary Council. JAMES KENNETH SMITH, Hattierburg FOURTH ROW: CHEMISTRY, Kappa Mu Epsilon, American Chemical , Society. JACK SPENCE, Hattzeiburg ART, Kappa Pi, Alpha Tau Omega. SECOND ROW: JEAN T. SPIKES, 11014 JOAN SMITH, lnvernen' ENGLISH- ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Elementary Council, F. T. A. TOMMIE V. SMITH, Poplarville FIFTH ROW: OHN SPROLES, Brookhaven HOME ECONOMICSQ Home Economics Club, Phi Mu. I THIRD ROW: DONNA SORRELS, Gloster ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. We're studying? ? ? ? X PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, Grand Treasurer, Grand Procurator Kappa Sigma. AUDLEY STAMMREICH, Nmhez ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Elementary Council, W.R.A "And the Congressman said . . ." Herbert D. Smith James Kenneth Smith joan Smith Tommie V. Smith Donna Sorrels Lyndell Sorrels jack Spence jean T. Spikes john Sproles Audley Stammereich tg --1' ' , 'Q 1 A uf, ' w",y5. 5,f ,, "" E, 'We if +2 :Q gk Awf- Um . , ,,, 6 RQ . inn """""'-"- J 9: ',,'- I X -., ,M ,-.u.., "" Y. - V+ . ..- iw-www" wg, gk 1 93 li. , .SK Pi., ""'-an 'lr 'M " 'N , F: gffiffliif . N i 3 . 1 Si et S A I' X i i Q,.3:.,,ff'L 'F Qiwh. -f- 'r-if-'H .- SENIURS FIRST ROW: EDDIE STARR, Gautier SPEECH. MARY STEPHENS, Magee PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, 2nd Vice-President B. S. U., Secretary Y. W. A., Sigma Sigma Sigma Student Coun- cil Representative, W. S. G. A., Vice House Chairman Mississippi Hall. 1 SECOND ROW: GROOMES MARVIN STEWART, Hauierbufg ACCOUNTING, Kappa Alpha. JOAN STEIWART, Lumberton RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY, B. S. U., Y. W. A. THIRD ROW: CHARLES R. STOREY, Gulfport MATHEMATICS, Worthy Master Alpha Tau Omega, Pi Strictly unposed. Kappa Pi, Pi Tau, Band, Dance Orchestra, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Dance Orchestra. GERALD SULLIVAN, Sanford MARKETING AND MERCHANDISING. FOURTH ROW: HAROLD SULLIVAN, Laurel BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. PA UL SULLIVAN, Mize MATHEMATICS. FIFTH ROW: SIDNEY R. SUMRALL, Sumrall MATHEMATICS1 Pi Kappa Alpha. VIRGINIA SUMRALL, Meridian HISTORY, Drama, Radio, Television, How about lil' ole me? B. S.U V . ----...r., ,, . .M ,,. " ' ' " W ' H- f f f - f - .Nam i A bv' KV' Eddie Starr Mary Stephens Groomes Marvin Stewart joan Stewart Charles R. Storey Gerald Sullivan jft - 1v" : 'S'S"S '," Harold E. Sullivan Q' UWHQ. Paul Sullivan Will?" Sidney R. Sumrall 2 ,f WNW Virginia Sumrall S . 'V V 3 :lun -Wx. a 1 'Q 1 x Jn' Q . 33' - .if wx 7 --.mF"" Q af Q E 1 V - ,iw " -t"2 il --,' X A Q .. V Q C S -...-.M-wwf: :V+--F .V-. ,W- SENIURS HoME ECONOMICS, B. S. U., Y. W. A., Vesper Choir, Home Economics Club, Student Job. FOURTH ROW: JACK THORNTON, Laurel GOVERNMENT, Wesley Foundation, F. T. A. JOAN TILLER Y, Laurel HOME ECONOMICS, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Home Econom- ics Club. FIFTH ROW: VIRGINIA TOELKE, New Orleans, Louisiana ELEMENTARY EDUCATION,' Vice-President Sophomore Class, Secretary Westminster Fellowship, Modern Dance Group Secretary, Vice-President Kappa Delta, Southern Belles. MARY TOMBLIN, Weir BUSINESS EDUCATION, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Pi Omega Pi, Westminster Fellowship, Student Council. Authors of tomorrow Oh goody, it's time to eat again! rf "lg" Nancy Louise Swetman james Sylvester Berry jean Temple Jane Tidwell Peggy Tinnin Syble Lee Thornhill Jack Thornton Joan Tillery Virginia Toelke Mary Tomblin M f""' fwe iv' Q., if ,M X 9' I X xx V S W r.e. -we ' i' if 'K ,. .1 13" Nga 1.8 X SENIURS FIRST ROW: HARRIET TOMLINSON, jackson ART, Kappa Delta, Kappa Pi, Student Government, Art Editor SOUTHERNER. BETTYE TRA WICK, Darlove HOME ECONOMICS, Vesper Choir, Home Economics Club, Kappa Delta. SECOND ROW: MARTHA TRAYLOR, Wilron, Arkamar HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION, President Delta Delta Delta 3, Homecoming Queen 3, Student Council Representative Sophomore Class, Treasurer junior Class, Secretary Senior Class, Sophomore and Junior Class Favorite, Health and Physical Education Club, Beauty, W. R. A., Modern Dance Group, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. THOMAS TREVILION, JR., Port Gibson MARKETING, Kappa Alpha. THIRD ROW: We were on TV in Jackson. WILLIAM T. TRICE, IR., Gilbertown, Alabama GEOLOGY, Geology Club. JUDITH TRIGG, Hattierbarg HISTORY, Vasa League. FOURTH ROW: JOY TURMAN, Tupelo HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATIONQ Kappa Delta, W, R. A., Health and Physical Education. MARGARET TURMAN, Horn Lake ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Chi Omega, Education Club Southern Belles. FIFTH ROW: HELEN ANN USHER, Chunky HOME ECONOMICS1 Home Economics Club President Phi Delta Rho, F. T. A., SOUTHERNER Staff. RICHARD VOGLE, Saucier MATHEMATICS. And there's candy for all! ,A lift ' Y lf' Harriet Tomlinson Bettye Trawick Martha Traylor Thomas Trevilion, William T. Trice, Judith Trigg Joy Turman Margaret Turman Helen Ann Usher J Jr. -A N.. 36 'SW I my f R Sf' i A f A " 1 .' at --ww-mq.,,,,,, I ,, y A -1. 3 f K' i f V' 35, , , ' M ,M 2:1 -f' , ,'jfif'f--:FT "-1.52 ,.Q'44:?,.' ' fy N ' .f-'za-r' Richard Vogle N ' V , 1 ' -5-'7gfgT'.1,I .-' ,rig X 2-j.,f,?3,'T gg, :1 Q SMC-if 'fix'-1Z,:A-'-" L' Q ,'cW:QQ,"f1' - , ' f 'fav are .JH , :W L ' Q1 vq':',ffffA::vf ' fag iwlli .fkfffyylfr ' 1 , A .- "A, , Q, .I ,-,w'- I 4., ,,' K4, ,,,. gn qi, f I 99 .Wgf if gigmfm , .N 41' iw.-'9' Q 4' " 1 p, Ki uf' ,,,......,.-.rv ,.': Z ,W ,1i, fi "' i, i ,Vi ' MWF' , , ,-.. , , Y V ,W..,.., ""'P77?"'x""""F SENIDRS FIRST ROW: VIRGINIA WARD, Natrhez CHEMISTRY, Pi Kap a Pi, Alpha Lambda, Beta Beta 10 ANNE WALDRUP' S050 Beta, American Chengical Society, Alpha Epsilon Delta. JOURNALISMQ Reporter, Society Editor, Desk Editor, Editorial Board, Managing Editor, junior Associate Edi- tor, Student Printzg Secretary Pep Squad, Secretary and Treasurer, Editor, Rush Chairman, Alpha Sigma Alpha, SOUTHERNER, Kappa Pi. FOURTH ROW: DOROTHY JOAN WARREN, Magee HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION, Phi Mu, Home Eco- JOHN MICHAEL WALKER, Hattiesburg nornics Club, Wesley Foundation, Choral Union, F. T. A. A ' K Al h . CCOUNTING' appa P a JOHN WATTS, Columbia SCIOLOGY. SECOND RCW: OTTO WALKER, Magee FIFTH ROW: B A . USINESS DMINISTRATION JEANETTE WEATHERBY, Hattiesburg WILL D. WALLEY, Riflaron PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Phi Mu, Dolphin Club, W. R. A., ACCOUNTING! BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Physical Education Club, Psychology Club, Southern Belles. THIRD ROW: DIANE WEAVER, fackmn ENGLISH, Marshal Delta Delta Delta, Phi Delta Rho DOYCE WARD' Indianold Secretary, Westminster Fellowship. SOCIOLOGY. H' Thu, Honey' 10:30 'n time to come in. jo Anne Waldrup john Michael Walker Otto Walker Will D. Walley Doyce Ward Virginia Ward Dorothy Joan Warren john Watts Jeannette Wearhersby Diane Weaver ' 3 ,Zi a 5 I Nvggygnj' , M 'sw' 'XV jf I 'hw' :V Q 'wx m..Q-WM T fb-, Aw.. -'Q .1 4 101 X V ew . Y' S' X kfitszaaa iT"5?:f 'v""7"' SENIURS FIRST ROW: ZAIDEE WEBB, Gulfport RECREATIONQ Treasurer Phi Mug junior and Senior Pan-Hellenic Delegateg Treasurer Physical Education Club, Treasurer Senior Class, Alpha Psi Omega, Phi Delta Rho, D. S. F. Vice-President, Swimming Club, Choral Union. JOHN C. WELLONS, JR.. Jacleion BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Kappa Alpha. JEAN ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON, Savannah, Georgia ENGLISH, Phi Mu, Alpha Psi Omega, Wesley Founda- tion. SECOND ROW: MIKE WILKINSON, Meridian BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. BILL WILLIAMS, Jizrkxon BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: President Inter-Fraternity Council, Vice-President Senior Class, Pi Kappa Alpha Past-President, Alpha Phi Omega, Pi Kappa Delta, Student Council, Council of Presidents. JAMES A. WILLIAMS. Columbia BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONQ Delta Sigma Pi. THIRD ROW: Spud 'n "High-ups." MARY CATHERINE WILLIAMS, Union HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATIONQ Home Economics Club. CHARLES' LOYD WILLIAMSON. Hattiesburg PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, Alpha Tau Omega, Stu- dent Council, Intramural Sports, Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil. BETTY WILLOUGI-IBY. Bogue Cbitto HOME ECONOMICS, Home Economics Club, B. S. U. FOURTH ROW: TOMMIE WOOD, Laurel PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Football. IWALLACE IWAYNE WOOD, Brookhaven ACCOUNTINGQ Pi Tau 3, 4, Treasurer Student Govern- ment 4, Junior Class Student Council Representative, Wesley Foundation Council, B. S. U. JAY W. WOODBECK. Hattiexburg BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Kappa Alpha. FIFTH ROW: SARAH A. YEATES, Moorhead ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Welcome home ole boy. 1-1 Zaidee Webb john C. Wellons, jr. jean Elizabeth Whittington Mike Wilkinson Bill Williams james A. Williams Mary Catherine Williams Charles Loyd Williamson Betty Willoughby Tommie E. 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B rooklyn IWILLIAIVI COLLINS ........ .,,,.,..,,,, B ude LINFORD CONARD, JR. .... ........ M eridian SECOND ROW: BARBARA A. CONNER ...... ........... H attiexlrurg HAMP COOK ........v........,. .A..,.,. M cKenzie, Ala. IOSEPH P, COOLEY .............. ....... S anderwille EDWARD K. COURTNEY ...... ........ H attiefburg SUE CRAFT .......,..................... ....... T ylertown JULIA CROPPER ....... .,..... L ang Beach THIRD ROW: ELSIE DAY CRUTHIRDS ..... ........ B ond PATTY CURTIS ............... .............. O vet! CHARLIE DABBS ........,. ........... H attiesburg MIKE DARBY ................... .............. H attieyburg DOROTHY DARRACH ...... ....... F allx Church, Va. JULIUS DAVIS .............. ............. M onlicello FOURTH ROW: BETTY DENNIS ,....... GLYN DRAUGHN ....... LEONARD DUFF ....... ................Pur11iJ .......New Auguxta ...........CoIumbia MAXIE DUNNAM ..... .......,..Ricl9t0n JERRY DURR ..,... .....,. B rookbaven CLARA ELLIS ...... ...... V ancleave FIFTH ROW: REITA ELLIS ........ Mobile, Ala. MAL ENGLISH .......,...... ........ H attiexburg IIIAZELLE ESTES ,............. ........ L ittle Rock VIRGINIA ETHERIDGE .... Clnarleyton PORT EVANS ..............., ...,... P erkingxton VINCENT EVANS ..... ......I... ll IcNeill SIXTH ROW: RALPH EVERETT ...... ...................... M dgge STEVE FAZIO ..........,.. ......... B rooklyn, N. Y. CHARLES FELDER ....... ................. S ummit JOYCE FERGUSON ...... ...... W oodville CLAY FIELDS .............,. .......... B iloxi LOTTIE FILLINGAME ..... SEVENTH ROW: BILLIE F. FORD ...... A. L. FOSTER, IR. ........ . .......Sumrall ........ColumI7ia .......Laurel RONALD FOURNIER ..---- ............. B iloxi EVELYN FRANCIS ....... JOSEPHINE FRAZIER . MAX FREEMAN ....... Dig those crazy grapes! ........Hattie:burg ........ Haltieylzurg ..........Laurel A serious moment. AMER! nf ..ynu1H WH 'W cA'5 HUPE Cochran, G. M. 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VERLIN N. GALLO WAY B. T. GARDNER ................. SECOND ROW: WALTER P. GASTON ....... CLINTON GILL .............. GEORGENE GOETHALS IUNIURS ...........Iack:on .......Long Beach Ocean S prings ,..........Raleigb .......DeKnlb .......Holli: ........Pickens .........Gulfport .........GuIfport FABIO GONCALVES ....... .............. B fdlil HAROLD GRANT ..... ......... P mcagoula MARK GRANT ....... .... H attiexburg THIRD ROW: RAY GRANTHAM ............... ........ M emlenball WILLIAM R. GRANTHAM ...... ............. M anon MARTHA GREEN ..................... ......... H azelhurst IACQUELYN GREENOUGH ....... ........ M 015 Point ERNEST GURMAN ...............,.. ........... I ackwn JACK GUNN ........... ....... P acbutd FOURTH ROW: MIKE HAAS ......................... ........ B ay St. Louif CATHERINE HAGERMAN ....... ........ H attiejburg SARA JANE HALL .............. ....... B rookbdven JAMES HANCOCK ...... RUSSELL HARPER ......... VICTOR HARRIS, IR. ..... . FIFTH ROW: BLANCHE HATHORNE AARON HEARN ............... EDNA E. HEMPHILL ........ ROBERT HENDERSON G. SHEPPEARD HICKS ,,,,,.... SWINTON HILL ........... SIXTH ROW: GENE W. HILLER ...... BEN HILLSMAN ..... BOBBIE HINTON ...... KERMIT HITI' ........ BETTY HOLCOMB ........ FRANCES HOLIFIELD . SEVENTH ROW: JAMES HOUSTON, JR. WILLIAM HOUSTON ...... NORINE HUDSON ....... LOUIE HUHN .........,.... JANE HURLBURT ........ IAMES H. HUTCHINSON ...... Uniontown, Ala. ...............Monticello ............So.fo .....,...Lanrel .........Oak11ale ......DeKalb .......Vaiden .......LoniwilIe ............Biloxi .........CoIumbuJ .........Bay Springf ..............Dnffee ........Picaynne .........LaureZ ............PnrviJ .............Natcbez .........Port Gibson ..........HolmewilIe ........I-Inzzellnurst .........Jack.fon Chi Omega pies 'eml Kappa Alpha socks 'eml .1 'A X v1 nf- WRYR' French Freret Frior Gaddis Galloway Gardner Gaston Gill Goethals Goncalves Grant, H. Grant, M. Grantham, R. 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P biladelplaia CLARK JOHNSON ............ ............ S aucier SARA LOU JOHNSON .......Tylertown MARIO LANDA ........... ......... H omlumx, C.A. JERRY LANGFORD ....... ......,........ J ackxon ANN LEGGETT ..,....... ,..,..,. B rookbaven FIFTH ROW: JAMES J. LEWIS ....... DUANE LIGHTY ........ ..........Lucien .........McComb SYLVIA JOHNSON ........ ...,.., M cNeill DALE LINDSEY ............. .......... G ulfport SECOND ROW: MARY ANN LINDSEY ...... ................... J ackson JAMES JOHNSTON .. ....... Laurel ANN LITTLE .............. .... B ogaluxa, La. CLUFFORD JONES ....... .....,,. S ummi! LEROY LIZANA ......... ...Pan Christian JEANETTE JONES ...... ,,.....,.... D eKalb SIXTH ROW: JOYCE ANN JONES ...... ...,..., P oft Gibxon BARBARA M. LONG ....... Elliwille MARTHA M. JONES ......... Moxelle JOHN LONG .................. ....... C artbage H. L. JORDAN .......... ......... J ackson MRS. LUCILLE LOTT ......... Foxwortb THIRD ROW: ANN LYNCH ,,,,,,,,,.,,, ....... B rookhaven GORDON JUSTICE ....... ....... P axcagoula LESTER E. MfGEE ...... ......... H atriefburg BILL KAROLYI ...... ......... S eminary BILLY McLAURIN ...... ............. C Olliflf ANGELE KAZAR ........ .......... T :hula SEVENTH ROW: BENTON KENNEDY ..... ....... A ngie, La. BILLY McPHAIL ...... ....... C arzlmge JOHN PAUL KING ....... ....... M onzicello ED MCRAE .............. ....... P ascagoula WILLIAM J. KLING ..... ......... H attiexburg JOAN MANGUM .............. .............. M dgee FOURTH ROW: WOODIE G. MANGUM ...... ......... M emlenball ARTIS E. KNIGHT ..... .............. L4 urel FRANK MASHBURN ....... ......... R aymomi KENNETH G. KOCH ..... ......... H attiexlzurg KENNETH MASSEY ...... ........ A 105516, AI-1' MARY A. LANCASTER ..... .......... M obile, Ala. General Nat at work. Tfi 55811135 00 Pafade- 4 - Q I Iafkson, Jackson, E. . , H. Jackson, H. johnson, C. johnson, S. Johnson, S. Johnston Jones, C. Jones, J. jones, J. A. Jones, M. 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JIMMIE MORRISON THIRD ROW: ELOUISE MULLEN ., ...... EUGENE MURRAY ...... PHYLISEE MYATT ...... UYONNE MYATT ........ JAMES MYERS ........... MORRIS G. NEELY FOURTH ROW: ROBERT OSTRANDER ....... JIM OWENS ,..,,..,.,.,,.,,,. LOUIS OWENS ....., AED's at work. IUNIURS .....Bay Sl. Louix ..............Yazoo City Mufkegon, Mich. ................M0orhead .........Mo0rbead .........State Lme .........LaureI .........Magee .......McLaurifn ..........I-Ioulka .........TyIertown .......RayvilIe, La. .........Brookhauen .........Pascagoula .........Noxapater .........Noxapater Olwe .............Jackxon .......PimfieId, Mau. .......Hattiesburg .......CoIumbia nofglx I JOYE PAT PARRIS .......... IRA PATTERSON, JR. ..... . BILLIE SUE PEARSON ,,,.... FIFTH ROW: MARION PITALO ..... JACKIE PLUMMER ....... TOMMY PRAYTOR ........ MARY ALICE PRICE ....... .......H4ttie5burg ...........Amory .........BiIoxi ..........Biloxi ..............JackJo1z .........M0biIe, Ala. .........Perkimton DOROTHY PROCTOR ....... ......, C Iarkydale BILLY PUJOL ............,,.... ,,,..,, J apkyon SIXTH ROW: GERALD QUAVE ............... ....,.,... B iloxi SEBERN RICHARDSON ....... ......... M eridian BETTY JEAN RIDDELL ........ ....... M oorhead WESLEY ROBICHAUX, JR. .... ........ W EEEJ, La. JOHN S. ROBINSON ,....,,.,,,, ,........,. J ackson LAURANCE RUSS, JR .......... ......... G ulfporl SEVENTH ROW: CARROLL RUSSELL ..,,..., ...,,,, S traxton JERRY RUTLEDGE ..,.. .,.,,,, J ackyon JO ANN RYAN .......... ....,,. J ackmn DOROTHY SAUCIER ...... JANET SCHEFFLER ........ ROSE SCI-IOOLFIELD ..... .........Gulfport .............Pa:cagoula Calhoun City Miss Nightingale of '5-4. rf x- . ,'- nu Miles Miley Miller Mills, D. Mills, J. Milsted Mims Mize Mobley Morgan Morris Morrison Mullen Murray Myarr, P. Myatt, U. 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ROBERT THOMPSON ....... . ............Tunica ........I-Iattiesburg ........Hattie:burg ..........LaureI .........Shubutal ...........McComb BILL TREGRE ................. ....... Ld PI466, Ld- SARAH TREMMEL .,..... .............. B IIOXI MERRELL TURNER, JR. ...... ......... H arperville SIXTH ROW: PATSY TYNES ........ VIRGINIA VANN ....... CLINT VINSON .,.....,........ ..... MILLY WADLINGTON ...........Philadelpbia Citronelle, Ala. ......Waynesboro ............Jar:kson JIMMY WAITES ................ ........ W aynesboro D. F. WALKER ..... SEVENTH ROW: BILLY WALLACE ......... ELIZABETH WATKINS JACKIE WATSON ...... JAMES R. WEBB ...,...... MOLLY J. WELBORN MARGIE WELLMAN ...., ..........Magee ........Sanford ...........Fore:t .......H6id6lb8fg .........JackJon ..............So:o ........Foxu1ortb Hotcha! Hotcha! Hotcha! 4-amid Scott Sellers, D. Sellers, P. Shamburger Shannon Simmons Slay Smith, A. L. Smith, B. Smith, J. Smith, M. 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ANN BOND ......................... GWEN BOOTH ....,....,...... FOURTH ROW: FRANK BOUNDS ............... EVERETTE BOUTWELL ...... PEGGY BOWLING ......... BARBARA BOYD .......... GARY L. BRANTLEY ...... JUNE BREATH ........... FIFTH ROW: FRANCES BREELAND ..... ANN BRIGGS ................ BETTE BROUGH ................. CLAUDETTE BRO WN ....... JEANNE BROWN ........... JIMMIE BRO WNLEE ....... SIXTH ROW: MELVIN BRUSS ............ EARLINE BUFKIN .......... CONSTANCE BURCH ..... SOPHUMURES .......Hattiesburg ..........Tylertown ...........BfO0khd1!671 ......Mobile, Ala. .............Natcbez .........Gulfport .......C0lumbia ..........Vicksburg .................SumraIl Colombia, S. A. ..............Jacks0n ........Hattiesburg ...........Indian0la .......Hattiesburg ..............Jackson .........Handsb0r0 .......M0ss Point .........M0nticello ..........Newton ............Laurel .. Hattiesbur g .............Tylertown .. Walnut Grove .......Bay St. Louis .............Biloxi .........Pascagoula .........Green1zille ...............Fayette .......Brookbaven ...Pass Christian ...............Crosby ........Lumberton ........McComb GERRIE BURNS ........ GLEN BURRO W .......... SUE M. CAMPBELL ...... SEVENTH ROW: JEANNINE CANAAN ..... NICKI CARGILE ..,...... BILLY CARNEY ........ CLARA CARR ........ BOB CHAIN ............. SHANNON CLARK EIGHTH ROW: RILEY B. COLLINS .... WALTER CONN ........... SCOTTIE COONER ............. .... MARILYN COPELAND ..... . MILAM COTTEN ............ JOAN COURTNEY ..... NINTH ROW: JAMES COX III ....... ROBERT COX ............... JERRY CRAFT ............... WILLIAM T. CREEL ....... LAWRENCE CREWS ..... PATRICIA CULPEPPER ...... TENTH ROW: JOE DA RN ALL ................ HARPER DAVIS .................... ....... ROBERT EUGENE DAVIS SHED HILL DAVIS ............... ........ JOHN DREVER .................. ........ ELEVENTH ROW: ANNE DRURY .,,..,,...... ARNELL DuBOSE ........ BESSIE EVANS .......... EDD EVANS ................ BETTY FARR .................. JOYCE FARRAGUT ........ ...............Falton ........HeidelIverg Wiggins ......Loxley, Ala. .......Taylors1zille .......HattiesI7arg ..............Laurel .......Hattiesbarg ......Waynesboro ..............Biloxi .....,.Long Beach ...Calhoun City ........Heidelberg .........McC0nzb ........Samfall ........Hattiesburg ........Hattiesbafg ................Petal .......Lucedale ........Colambia ..........Macon .............Natcbez JOHN A. DAVIDSON ....... ' .SlJelby11ille, Ky. ...............Stonewall ..........Vicksbarg .................Bruce Des Plaines, Ill. .......Brookha1zen .........Jackson, Ala. .........Pascagoula ..........Lucedale .........-.Pf87lliJJ .........Moss Point OFFICERS: President, Bobby Griffin: Vice-President, Pat Culpepperg Secretary. Joyce Lewis: Treasurer, Jo Ann Taylor: Historian, Mary Katherine Gentry: Student Council Representative, Jeanne Brown. 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ERIC HORNQUIST ........ SYLVIA HORTON ........ SEVENTH ROW: PAT HOSEMANN .... TED HOWELL .......... THOMAS HOWELL ........ CAROLYN HUDSON ....... ARCHIE HUGHES ........... ALBERT S. HUNT, JR. ...... . EIGHTH ROW: CHARLES W. HUTSON ....... ELIZABETH HUTTO .......... RENE JAMES ILLICH ...... JANELLE JACKSON ........... MARTHA SUE JENKINS ...... RICHARD JOHNSON, JR. .... . NINTH ROW: DOROTHY JONES ...... REBA FAITH JONES ........ DOROTHY JORDAN ...... FRANCES JORDAN ..... BOBBY KEARY ........ ANNE KENT ......... TENTH ROW: BOBBY KEYS ....... DAVID KING ........ .......Jack:on, Ala. .......Ha.ttie.rburg ........Bay St. Louir .......HattieJburg .......Hattie.rburg . .............. 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FOURTH ROW: JAMES McQUISTON ..... ........Natcbez . .......... Collin: ..........McComIz .........Hattiesburg ..............Gulfport .......Mobile, Ala. .........Long Beach CAROLYN McRANEY ..... ......... H attiexbufg MARY BETH McREE ......... ........ B ay Spring: GEORGE MAGOLA ................. ......... H attiesburg BILLY WRIGHT MAJURE ..... MOON I. MAN ...................... FIFTH ROW: WILLIAM J. MANDY ............. ...............Madden ..........PuJan, Korea .............McComb NORMAN G. MANNING ...... ................. P icayune FRANCIS L. MARTIN ..... .. JANE MARTIN .............. JERVIS MIMS ............. SUE MINTON .......... SIXTH ROW: CAROLYN MIXON ...... JOAN MOBLEY .......... JOAN MOODY ........ Homecoming begins. .........Mi:.riJsippi City .................Gulfport .........Ha!tie.fburg ................Ruth .......Detroit, Mich. ..........Lamberton .......Gulfport RICHARD MORGAN ....... ...................Terry SUE MORRISON ............. ..,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, L4 fu-el LILA MOSES ........... .......... N assau, Bahamas SEVENTH ROW: FRANK MOSS ............. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, L4 gf-gl LILLIAN MULLINS ....... WILIAM MYERS ...... ..,,.,,,,, BOB NELSON ................. BUSTER NESMITH .......,.... CHARLES G. NICHOLS ........ EIGHTH ROW: PAMELA NICHOLSON ....... MARY SUE PATTERSON ....... MARTHA ANNE PAYNE .......... ROGER PENN ..,............,....,,.,,, WILLIAM CHARLES PEOPLES HARRIETT PETERS ........................ NINTH ROW: WILLIAM HALL PETTEY ..... MAX PIERCE .,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, BOB PILCHER ............,,.... FRANKLIN PILGRIM ......... WILLIAM II. PITTMAN ........ MARGARET NELL POWELL ...... TENTH ROW: SARA PRATT ............. J. WAYNE PRICE ..... BILLY M. PROVOST ..... TYE RAIFORD ............ CHARLES RAWLS ...... BETTYE SUE RAY ...... ELEVENTH ROW : GERALDINE RAY ............. JOHN REEDY ........................... ETTA MAY REYNOLDS ........ HUBERT REYNOLDS ........... KENNETH E. RICH ....... DON ROBERTS ......... ......................Prenli.fJ San Diego, Calif. ......................Iack:on ...............JackJon .......M0bile, Ala. ..........Laurel ...............Sumrall .........Winterville ...........SandIJill .........Hattie.fburg .........Magnolia .........Seminary .........Iack.ron ...........Laurel .......Kokomo ........KoJcai.sko .......Wiggin.f ........Vick.rburg ....,..Poplarville ..............Shelby .........Ha:tie:burg ..........Tcbula .............Sbaron .........Hattie.fburg .............Liberty ...........Pur1fiJ ...............Ricbton .........Ha!tieJburg And the band marches thru'. T . 'LP all Lighty Loeffel Loftin Long Lott, C. A. Lott, Clinton Lott, C. McArthur McCaa McCarty McCoy McCraw McDonald, jr McDonald McLain McLelland McMichael McMillan McQuiston McRaney McRee Ma gola Majure Man Mandy Manning Martin, F. Martin, J. Mims Minton Mixon Mobley Moody Morgan Morrison Moses Moss Mullins Myers Nelson Nesmith Nichols Nicholson Patterson Payne Penn Peoples Peters Pettey Pierce Pilcher Pilgrim Pittman Powell Pratt Price Provost Raiford Rawls Ray, B. Ray, G. Reedy Reynolds, E. Reynolds, H. Rich Roberts it ' ' A ,W 1 at W, R34-:,,. P, F P :iff ....... A I -- WH, xg ,K 5' ' f-:s s .k I' V i w v,,J,3S1,,L My , yi V 4' r 1 V, 0 If . 4. ' ' A H A . ' 'L fi: 2, , if , xv 7 WH J P In sa l 'AWA 5' -U , 3 - V' W-wg . 2 4"'9v! V .X M, I 2 , -,Q V . xx 1 . , 4, ' -. ,.'. Q rm ' 1' J - f -sf 'i XY' - MF' N. X iff' 13' A A 1 .- ' ,,,. PW? V N . V . . f- -, X ,3 aw 1 . L --f, o ff ' 4 4,2 A ', nttksoyr, ..s r -' -r , ' af' , "fc, x 9' ,fu-Y, ,..,.vw' V-, 36" . W V, M 26, ft Q I in Q 4 : bn y u Li, , eff at . ,af 1 l K l s' , 1' t,, Ft, 4' I, R . 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Park Ridge, Ill. ..........GloJter ...........Lucedale .........Greemfille CARROLL ROUSE ...,.... ...... ........Ocean Spring: ............Wiggim Augusta .......Collim .......Picayune .............Petal ...........Gulfport .....MobiIe, Ala. ..........Cartbage .......Hattie.rburg .......HattieJburg ......Canal Zone .........Aberdeen .......Lumberton ..........TupeIo ......,..HattieJbufrg ........KosciuJko ......... Hatliefburg .......Gulfport ..........CarJon .......MoJs Point ......,....Tylerton .........RoJetta EMMIE JEAN STANFORD ANN STAPELTON .................. JOHN R. STEELE ............... SEVENTH ROW: GEORGE L. STEWART, JR. JUNE STOCKSTILL ............. MARILYN STRINGER .... JOHN SULLIVAN ......... WILLIAM SUMRALL ........ MARY RUTH TAYLOR ....... EIGHTI-I ROW: JOANN TEDFORD ...... ANN THOMPSON .......,.... FRANCES THORNTON ...... NAN THROCKMORTON JOHN H. THURMOND LOUIS TREMMEL ............. NINTH ROW: SALLY TRIESCHMANN JO ANN TYNER .............. LEONARD VAN ZANDT JOHN T. VIGNES ........... PATSY WALDROP ,,..... CAROLYN WALTERS ...... TENTH ROW: HILDA JO WALTERS ..... SYLVIA WEBB ............. SUE WELCH ............... ANNETTE WELLS ..... PATSY WELLS .,...... ANN WEST ....,.............. ELEVENTH ROW: BENNIE LEE WHALEY JEANETTE WILKINS ...... RONNIE WILLETT ......... BILLIE JOE WILLIAMS ........ MARIE WILLIAMS ............ DAPHNA WILLOUGHBY .........Greenwood .................Petal ..........Liberty ..........McComb .......Picayune ..........PaJcagoula .........Hatlie.rburg ..........Meridinn .........Beaumont ...........Magee ...............Premin' .........TaylorwiIle ............Jack.fon .......Hazlebur.ft ...........Biloxi Blytbeville, Ark. ...................Flofa ...............JackJon ...............Bil0xi .........CoIuml7ia .........HattieJburg ..,.......Harperville .........L0uiwil1e ...........LaureI .............McLain .........Brookha-uen ..............Carriere ......... Kiuimmee, Fla. ........PbiladeIpbia ..............Laurel .......LeakewiIIe ..........McComb .........CoIumbia P. E. Club in Action. fl' Roberts Robertson, F. Robertson, R. Rogers Rohe, B. Rohe, J. Rollinson Romary Rouse, C. Rouse, Charles Rouse, J. Ruffin Runyan Russ Russell Salvant Sanford, M. Sanford, R. Saucier Scovill Selby Senter Shamburger Sharpe Sheffield Sills Smalling Smith, J. Smith, jeffie Smith, M. Smith, R. Smith, W. C. Smith, W. Stanford Stapleton Steele Stewart Stockstill Stringer Sullivan Sumrall Taylor Tedford Thompson Thornton Throckmorton Thurmond Tremmel Trieschmann Tyner Van Zandt Vignes Waldrop Walters, C. Walters, H. Webb Welch Wells, A. Wells, P. West Whaley Wilkins Willett XVilliams, B. Wfillinms, Nl. XVilloughl1y .lr IV I I , if A ' . W 5,4 1 P gk 3 f 3, I r Q if - f 1 we ,J s uf . Z' 1? t xl I A4 4- . 15. A fs ...w ,ff- s,' , , . .- . 'A' A I X50 ' --4. 1 ,as -as.. A J -Q' , A A -I x . 7' a . 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H aliiexburg Delta Sigs on parade. Time out for cokcs! ji A, as :,, 'zfgfr . ,:- : M Y -isspepsfl A 3 N' 4' W 1 vff J ' ' f 3 L- 0 l bf . . a' , VTR, Hu E - N M v Uwar H N - f I 1' 1 . 4 X 1- 5:34 ff W- ' f- 1,21 Wilson ' J i -- n M A , Wink ' l -f-- :,.. 5 X Wray h r " Yeager A I ' Young, B- l fl.. W A ki wap. Young, C. , . 'liz ,li M ,f Our Latin friends relax. 131 E f FIRST ROW: JIMMIE AINSWORTH MARTHA ALEXANDER ANDY ALFONSO ........... DOROTHY ALLEN ...... LINDA ALLBRITTON ...... JOYCE ALLISON .......... SECOND ROW: EVERETTE ANDERSON LARRY ANDREWS ....... MARY ANGELL ................ MICKEY ARMSTRONG PEGGY ARMSTRONG . THOMAS ARNOLD ....... THIRD ROW: BARBARA ATES ...... VIRGINIA AVERY ...... FRESHMEN ..........Laurel .......Ponotoc .........Gulfport .........McComb ......Hazleburst ..........T1ppo .................Bzloxz ........Jackson, Ala. ............Fayette ........Morton ..........Madison .......Vicksburg ........Indianola .............Pur11is x . 4 FIFTH ROW: CAROLYN BENNETT ...... ................ P etal MARILYN BENNETT ...... ................... P etal EUGENE BENVENUTTI ...... ....... P Eff christian CHARLES BERRY ......... ...... H attiesburg JOE M. BEST .................... ....... W oodville JOHN BEVON ..... ...... H attiesburg SIXTH ROW: PATSY BIGLANE ...... ........ B rooklnaverz MARY BOGGS ......... ...... H attiesburg GARY BO WLES ........ PAUL BOYER ........ Harrisburg, Ill. .......St. Louis, Mo. JOHN BOYETTE ...... ......... M oss Point JOE BRADLEY ......... ....... P ascagoula SEVENTH ROW: VICTORIA BRADY ........ ....,....... M outrose WILLIAM BRANTLEY ...... ....... W alnut Grove HARRIET BREAL .......... ..................... B iloxi RUPERT BRELAND ....... ......... B ogalusa, La. WYLIE BROOME, JR. ....... ....... O cean Springs PHILLIP BUFFINGTON EIGHTH ROW: ............Cant0n 1 Xfi JOE BARBER """""""""' """' W "y"eJb'?'0 DOMINIC EUMBACA .... chicago, Ill. MARILYNN BARNES ....... ........ L. edkfvllle TROY BUNN mmm-Gulfport EARLENE BARNETT ----- ------- P bilddelpl-154 LILLIACE BURRIS ...... .....,.. B rookbaven JANE BARNETT ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. H attiefburg ROBERT BURRUS ...... ......... M efigold LILA CAFFERY ........ ........... B iloxi FOURTH ROWg JAMES CAMPBELL .... ....... P ascagoula JAMES BARR .... ....... S umrall NINTH ROWS ADAIR BATES ,...... .. ............ Liberty iifsggjgvggifgfi ---- ------- P f'fi?80f'l'1 anion JIMMY BEARD ""' """' W "y"e5b"'0 MIKE CARLEY ............... ..,.., H Efffefzwfg IOAN BEEBE --'-, ----------- F DWDM JERRY CARLISLE ........... ................ P eta ROY BEM!-5' ------------ --------- M 0175191 Ala- FRANK CARLTON ....... ....... G reemfille JOAN BENIGNO ...... ....... P an Christian STANLEY CARPENTER ...... Hattiesburg .ai-...qs 4 CLASS OFFICERS: President, Mike Sheltong Vice-President, John Brittg Secre- X I I In 'V' ' tary, Martha Courtneyg Treasurer, Zaidee Chathamg Student Council Represen- I 513 'P tative, jimmy Ellisg Historian, Sondra Sutherland. Pictured, left to right: Shelton, X Chatham, Sutherland, Ellis. if? AS' NG V' I ki 4' iff' 'U' VN l I' 5 T Q fJ.Q r 543:11 1 3-llws F if xff X if -E I I O 4' fl 'gf O ' ,IN " - R ' A . I mx K ,. I Q 'I lf. I xgkwf, I, ff I 1 1- ww . ' 4 f li' 'x . 3' 5 Q ., F I A Y Lg Emi" Str?- ' E, J ' .X Ainsworth Alexander Alfonso Allen Allbriton Allison Anderson Andrews Angell Armstrong Armstrong, Arnold Ates Avery Barber Barnes Barnett, E. Barnett, J. Barr Bates Beard Beebe Bemis Benigno Bennett, C. Bennett, M. 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C ryrfal Springf DOYLE CLINTON ..,, ,....... H aftiexburg CHRISTINE COLE .... ....... H attiesburg EDNA RUTH COLE ...... ....... H attieyburg THIRD ROW: JAMES COLE .......A.... ........ H attiefburg HAYES COMFORT .,...,. ,,,.,,,,, B randon IVILLIAIII CONYERS ....... ..,....,,.. H atlieyburg WAILLIAM COOK ......... .......... P hiladelpbia ANNE COOKE ...............,..... ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, C anton MARTHA COURTNEY ,,..,, ..,..... H attiexburg FOURTH ROW: ELIZABETH COWLEY . MARY CHARLES COX . .......,,,,...Sumrall .......,HattieJburg GENE COXWELL ............ ,....... J ackson, Ala, DURWOOD CRAFT ..... ALVIN W. CRAIN ,.,,,.. LARRY CRAIN ...... FIFTH ROW: IANELLE CROSS ...,.,..... .........,......Magee .......Tylert0u'n .........Arzgie, La. Gofherz Springx GERALDINE DALE ........... ..........Columbia HONORINE DAMBORINO ...... ....... B ay St. Louis CLAYTON DAUGI-IDRILL .....,.. ......... S ilz'er Creek SIXTH ROW: GENEVA DAUGI-IDRILL ...... ........ S illrer Creek JIMMY DAVIS ,.,.,,.,....,...,,... .,....,. H eizlelberg REGINA DAVIS ..,............ ....... B rooklvaren MARY ANN DAWES .,.,., ......... P ayzagoula JOHN DAY ...................... ........... C rofby VONCILLE DEA RMA N ....... SEVENTH ROW: SANDRA DeSlLVlA ...... BILLY DeWlTT ......... FRED DICKERSON ,,... MILLER DICKSON ......,. BETTY DONALD ...... JERRY DOSSETT ,....... EIGHTH ROW: PATSY DRUMMOND .,.... MARIORIE DuKATE ....... VIRGINIA DURHAM ...... JAMES EASOM .............. RHONDA EATON ...... MAYE EDWARDS ...... NINTH ROW: BONNIE J. ELLIOTT ....... JIMMY ELLIS .,,.,,..,.... ALLA ELMORE ....... ALVIN ENDT ,...,... ELAINE FARRIS ,.,,..... .........State Line .,...,....Jark50r1 , ,.....,,.,,, Prentisf IWayneJboro .....,..,....JarkJ0n .......Neu' Hebron ......Harrie5I2urg .......Ha1tiefburg ............Bil0xi ................,CroJI23' .,......,.............Jarkmn Blgtlyezfille, Ark. ...........,.....Kreole ...,...,.Bil0::i .............Iack:r0n ...........Leake5z'iIle .,......Ocean Springs .........VickJI1urg BUDDY CULpEppER -...A-- ---..'-....','.' A Mean EVELYN FLETCHER ,.,,, ...... H atriesbarg CHARLES CURRY ....... .......: I Ialfiexlmrg Latin lovers. You stole my man! fi JIS 1 us," ' in 4 I 0 IIQ ll. 'lf 0 fIa4n-n0':'I Carr Carter Caves Chamm Chapman Chatman Clark Clayton Clegg Clinton Cole Cole, E. Cole, J. Comfort Conyers Cook, W. Cooke, A. Courtney Cowley Cox Coxwell Craft Crain Crain, L. Cross Culpepper Curry Dale Damborino Daughdrill Daughdrill, Davis, J. Davis, K. Davis, M. 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THIRD ROW: FRED FUQUA ....,.... JANICE GALLE ,....... DAVIS GARRETT ....... SIDNITA GERALD A.... GERRY GIBSON ....,. NAN GIBSON ....... FOURTH ROW: IERR Y GILES .,.....,.......... BOB GIPSON .,.. ..................... . .. MARGUERITE GOLDEN REBECCA GRAHAM ..,...,. PANSY GRANTHAM .... JOHN GRAY, JR. ,,4,,, . FIFTH ROW: WALTER GREEN ..,. PEGGY GRIFFIN ........ ANGELA GUERCIO ...... Miss Delia chats. FRESH ......R0lling Fork ......R0lling Fork ..,,..........Natcl1ez ............,CroSlvy ........C0lumbia .........Indian0la .......Pinola ......Gulfport ......Gulfport , ...... Laurel .......Lucedale .......Biloxi Kamax City, Mo. ..........Ocean Spring: ..............Greenville .,...,,,,HatzieSburg .......Monticello .......Tu!ufiler .....,..HatlieSl7urg ......Mobile, Ala. ........HattieSburg ........HattieSI:urg ............Seminary ........HattieSburg .......PerkinSt0n ........VickSburg .......NatclJez MEN PAUL HABIG ...... ROBERT HAM ....... ROY HAMMOND .,.... SIXTH ROW: ROBERT HARDY ..,,........,. CLAYTON HARRINGTON DONNA HARRINGTON . LINN HART .................... ROY HARTFIELD ...,... MARTHA HARTNESS ..... SEVENTH ROW: ....Woodville ............Magee .........Laurel .........Cd7Zf07Z Aberdeen Mobile, Ala. .........Canton .........PurviS ........Petal DOT I-IASSELL .............. ....... H altiefburg MARY ANN HEBERT ,..., ,,,,,,,,,,, B iloxi BOBBY HEMETER ..........,....... ............. P rentiff ROSA LYNNE HEMETER . WILLIAM HEMPHILL ....... .....,fHattieJl:urg ........Oakifale IYIARTPIA HENDRICKS ...,,, ,,,,,,,, G ulfport EIGHTH ROW: KAY HENRY .....,.......... ................... U nion HAROLD HERMAN ,,,.,,.,,.,., ,.,,,,,, EDGAR HERRING . .,,....... ., CAROLYN HERRINGTON WILLIAM HERRINGTON Rolling Fork ..HattieSl7urg ..HattieJl1ufg .....,.......Petal JEANE HEWES ...,.,,,,,.,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,, G uzfpoff NINTH ROW: WILLIAM HICKS ..... .... L eakewille JACK D- HILL ............ ........ Y orb, Ala. JOHN HILLSMAN ..,, ,,,., C glumbuy ROY HINTON ........v........ ....... H attiesburg MARCUS HOGAN ............. ..HattieJl7urg MARY ANN HOLBROOK .,... , .......Gulfp0rf Mrs. Wilber counsels. Sm, I -gr. msyd Flowers Flym Ford Foreman Fortenberry Fortinberry, Fortenberry Fortner Fortner Fowler Freeland Freeman Fuqua Galle Garrett Gerald Gibson Gibson, N. Giles Gipson Golden Graham Grantham Gray Green Griffin Guercio Habig Ham Hammond Hardy Harrington Harrington, Hart Hartfield Hartness Hassell Hebert Hemeter Hemeter Hemphill Hendricks Henry Herman Herring Herrington G. M. ,S. D Herrington, W. Hewes Hicks Hill Hillsman Hinton Hogon Holbrook 47 "ik ' ' "' af ...,f.4,,,,, . . ,,, ity, 4 wwf AL ' , if'- ffsfm 1 4' V. 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FRESH ...........Laurel .......PopIar1ziIle ..............Magee .........MendenbaIl ..................Biloxi .........Hattiesburg .........JackJon .....................Laurel ..................Fayette Honolulu, Hawaii ...............Do55viIIe .........Haltiesburg .......Angie, La. .........Hattierburg ...........Lucedale ...............JackJon ............Hattiesburg ......0cean Spring: .............Tcbula CHARLES KELLY ........ ......... H attiesburg DENZLE KELLY ................. ................ S emimzry BARBARA KENDALL ..... ..................... H ouxton FRANCES KENDALL ..... WANDA KENDRICK ..... .Cantonmeng Fla. ............I-Iazlelouryt FIFTH ROW: DORIS KITCHENS ............ ............... V ichburg PATRICIA KITTRELL ........ ......... N ew Augumz PERRY KLEE .................. ............ M cLaurin IEANETTE KOEN ......... SHIRLEY KOOPS ............ .......MobiZe, Ala. .................JackJon HOWARD KUNZMANN ...... ........ R ocbexter, Penn. Some Freshmen look stupid. MEN SIXTH ROW: FRANK LACKEY ........... ......... M eridian FLORENCE 'LADNIER ...... ..,,..,,., G ulfporr ELI LANDRUM .............. .......... L umberton CAROLYN LEE ..........,....... ,,...,,,.,.,,A., P em! MARY ELLEN LeGETI'E GRACE LIGHTSEY ...... SEVENTH ROW: .........Liberty ........Pacbuta MARY LEE LIPSCOMB ..... ..,...,. H attiexburg GERALD LOWERY ....... ......... H attiefburg JEAN MLBRIDE ................. .......... La urel ANNETTE MCCAFFERY ...... ....... T ylertown BILLIE McCARVER ....... .....,,,. H attiefbarg WILLIAM McDONALD ..... ..,.,,.. P my Chrinian EIGHTH ROW: JACK MCGREGOR .... ......... H altiesburg JOANNIS McINNIS .,..... ..,.., TA YS McINTYRE ....... ...Hatliefburg ........Loui.wiIIe CAROLYN MCKAY ....... ............... P rentixy THOMAS MCKEE ............ ......... B ogue Chitra HERBERT McMULLEN ...... .....,,,..., C anion NINTH ROW: MARGARET MAGEE .... MAGRUDER .............,.. MIRIAM MANGUM ....... ...... ANN MARTIN .,............ BRUNNER MARTIN, JR DOROLYN MATTHEWS Others look sexy. .........Mize ............Jack:0n ...Hizttiefburg ...........VickJburg . ..... ....... O cean Sprmgf ...........Jack:on wwf-I . If .-JN 5-.ISS Holifield Holliday Holmes Hopkins Hughes Hulsey Hux Ivy Jeffreys Jeffries Jennings Johnson johnson jones jones, V. jordan jordan Jordan Kazar Kelly Kelly Kendall Kendall Kendrick Kitchens Kirtrell Klee Koen Koops Kunzmann Lackey Ladnier Landrum Lee Lc-:Gette Lightsey Lipscomb Lowery McBride McCaffery McCarver McDonald McGregor Mclnnis McIntyre McKay McKee McMullen Magee Magruder Mangum Martin Martin Murrhews 4 Q Qi vo" 2-57 f Q P X ,es 3 rt' A Y ' f?' Y -nf A 5, ,s mn- 41134 .AE ..,e ,Z few 5 4 , ,:A,, ,, .airy 'Wal ' . CQ ff? .s N R if, 'Y X X ? '35 V "' , , .,.,., 5, Q 5 ,A M3 . iw l S. 'Vp-. .g. as 'R 1 itz: 1 -'-A l E .. :fir KL-'lgfjg AA '- ' ,,r-Q 52, w 'W X ,Mm , 2.s . 4 KM HM. " 5 .A 'ww' . 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CHARLES MAY ............ SARA MAYFIELD .......... ROBERT MIDDLETON ....... SECOND ROW: ANNE MILLER ...... DAVID MILLER ........... WAYNE MILLING ....... GUY MILLIS ................. . ELEANOR MINCHER ..... DONALD MITCHELL ..... THIRD ROW: JOAN MOAK ..................,...... .... REBECCA MONTGOMERY MARVIN MOODY ............ BARBARA MOORE ............. RAYMON MOREAU ....... BETTIE MOREHEAD ...... FOURTH ROW: ,IO ANN MORGAN .,..... BOB MORRIS .................... WINNIE RUTH MORRIS .. NETTIE MUIRHEAD .,,.,,,,. . BILLY MULLINS ....... ROBERT MYERS ...... FIFTH ROW: LEWIS MYRICK ...... VICKY NASSER ....... JANELLE NELSON ...... AL NEWELL ................... SHIRLEY NICHOLSON ..... ROBERT NOBLE ............. Drury off-guard. FRESHMEN .........Gulfport ..................Roxetta ...Pau C laristian ...........Leak-wzlle ........Br0okIJa1Jen ..............Biloxi ..........LucedaIe ......,,HaltieJburg ,.......Hattie:barg ...,.........Pin0Ia .......Long Beach ......Ocean Springx .....MOI7iIe, Ala. ........I-Iattiexburg ...........CoIambia Grand Bay, Ala. ........Ba1f St. Louif ....,...HattieJburg ........COIumbza .......PrentiJJ ........C0Iumbia ............Gulfport ....McCaIl Creek ..............Madden ........Hattie5burg .......Vick5burg ......PaJcag0ula ............PetaI ........IackJon ....,...HarriJton SIXTH ROW: MITZI OBERSCHMIDT .. JO OVERALL .................. HOWARD OVERSTREET j. L. PADGETT ............... SUE PALM ................ WILENE PALMER ...... SEVENTH ROW: GERALD PALMER ..... THOMAS PARKER ...... JOE ANN PERKINS ..... LUCILLE PFRIMMER ..... LOUIS PIAZZA ........... BILLY PIERCE ,..... EIGHTH ROW: FRANK PIGFORD ...,.. EDWIN PITTMAN .... MARTHA L. POOLE ...... PEGGY POLK ............ CHESTER POPE ...... MILDRED POPE ...... NINTH ROW: NANCY POTTER ..... RUSSELL POUNDS ...... MARIORIE PRICE ...... ROSEMARY PRICE ..... ROBERT PURCHNER .... ANITA E. RAWLS ....... ..........Brookbaven ..........Hattie5burg .......BrookIyn ...................BiIoxi New Orleam, La. .....Dermott, Ark. ........Purui5 ..........Meridian ..........Hattie:12urg ..FrankIinton, La. ............VickJburg ..........Seminary ..........Galfp0rt .........Hattie.rburg .........C0Iambia ........Prerzti5: .......LucedaIe .......AgricoIa ..........GuIfport .......WayrzeJboro ........K0JciuJko ........HattieJburg .......Pa.fJ Cbrinian ........HattieJburg TV enjoyment. 4144! J! 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FRESHMEN .........SunzraIl .........Sumrall ..................Magee .Rolling Fork ...........Gulfport ........GuIfport ........PhiIadelphia ....Hattiefhurg ....HattieJhurg ............Magee .........Kohomo Pau Christian ....HattieJhurg ...........Vaiden ............BiI0xi ............Vich:hurg .........MendenhaIl ........GuIfport .......COIumhia .........,IachJ0n ........GuIfport ....Yaz00 City ......We5t Point .......Meridian .......Go0dman .......Lyman .......Fayette DA VID SELLIER ................ ........ MARGARET SHERRELL EDWINA SHOEMAKE .. SIXTH ROW: PAT SHOWS ............ MARY L. SIBLEY ....... MIKE SIKES ........,..... LARRY SLADE ..... ANN H. SMITH ....... BAILEY SMITH ...... SEVENTH ROW: DOROTHY SMITH ..... JEWEL SMITH ......... IOAN SMITH ....... KIRBY SMITH ......... ROBERT SMITH ...... RAY SMITH .......... EIGHTH ROW: MRS. VIVIENNE SMITH MAUREEN SNOW ........ JON SOHAN ............ GWEN STATON ...... DORIS STEWART ..... DON STEWART ...... NINTH ROW: WANDA STEWART .... BILL STIGLETS ...... ANN STRAHAN ........... ANITA STRATTON ....... BUDDY STRICKLAND . .Bay St. Louix ..................Biloxi ......... Seminary ..........Mo5elle ...................B0gaIuJa, La. .......WeJz Palm Beach, Fla. ..,...................Hattiexhurg .........Ha!tieJhurg ............,IachJ0n .......PopIarz1iIIe .........Bro0hha1Jen ........TyIerzown ..........Lyman ............Iach:on .........Long Beach .........Hattie5hurg ...........,....StaIlo .........Aurora, III. ..............Unzon .......GuIfport ........Biloxi ...............Biloxi .........I-Iattiexhurg ..........I-Iattiexhzirg .......MayerJviIle PATRICIA STUBBLEFIELD ....,.. ,,:,,..,, B ogalum, La. Career Day conferences' Bridge tournament preparation. Rayborn Rayborn Reynolds Rhodes Richards Richardson Richie Rickels Riley Roach Roberts Robinson Rogers Rogers Rosetti Ross Ross Runnels Rushing Russell Randall Salter Sanders Saunders Schrock Scott Seeger Sellier Sherrell Shoernake Shows Sibley Sikes Slade Smith, A. 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BETTY WALTERS ...... ...........Magee .........VickJburg .............Hattie5burg ........Ocean Springs .........CitronelIe, Ala. ...................... Biloxi ..................BiIoxi .........Jackson ........GuIfporl .........Richt0n ...............So5o ........Pascagoula .........Natchez FIFTH ROW: TOMMY WATKINS .... WINFRED WATTS ...... MARY ALICE WEBB ...... EARL WELLS ........... PEGGY WELLS ............ PEGGY WHITMAN ...... SIXTH ROW: OTIS WHITTINGTON JULIA WIDMAN ........ PANSY WILKERSON . JOHN WILLIAMS ...... SHIRLEY WILLIAMS .... .. TED WILLIAMS ......... SEVENTH ROW: ........New Augusta ........Columbia ........Mendenball ........JackJon ............JackJon ........Memle1zball .......TutwiIer ..........McComb .............Lake ...............JackJon .....Prichard, Ala. .....,.......ColZim WAYNE WILLIAMS .... ....... L eakewille EUGENE WOODRICK .......... Meridian ISABELLE WORRELL ..... ....... ......... I a ckmn JACK WROTEN ...... JANE WYCKOFF ...... YATES WILLES ..... EIGHTH ROW: LEO ZIMMERMAN ..... Now, or work up to it? Seniors at work. .........................JackJon New Orleans, La. .........Bay Sl. Louis . ......... New Augufta , -- .1:. Sullivan Sutherland Sutton Sylvester Tedford Tew Thomas Thompson Timms Trussell Tucker Tuggle Turner Turner Van Court Vann Vassalli Vignes Vinz Vreuls Walby Waldrup Walker Walters Watkins Watts Webb Wells Wells Whitman Whittington Widman Wilkerson Williams Williams Williams Williams Woodrick Worrell Wroten Wyckoff Yates 1 , S 'am 'QA V kit 1' .1" V 4' ,-' ap, A 1 .' 52' .tt W' if uf' 16 1 -e i l l -V 45 wa, . ff , I ff ' , ,A -, . , A. A ' Mc- ' - 1 '43 aff S A-. , V? .- ,fitff , f 4 r' 7 1 7 if lv 'lr' l ,,, 1 1 fill, 1 f A ff 4' 1 . 5 M f M ff 5 -ur 'r A, , , A. Hai. 1,5 ' ,AA if Q "'?fZ.e, ' W V li by 1 ' mx! fy fe? A AA ,- Af? S1355 .J 1 'gy 55354 up 'LV' t.,t,. ,,.lV, A .1 t,:,i AvAAAA vry- , A ,. 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'K 2nd Row: Thornton, Powell, Burch, Bass, Willett I Brown, Frances. " 3rd Row: L R ucas, ay, Koker, Swetman, Drevers, Dur- ank, Davis, Breeland. 4th Row: Eubanks, King, Courtney, Barker, Freeman Welborn, Winger, some. i Stla Row: Sconiers, Holliday, Lawrance, Warren, Davis, Mills, Frazier, jackson. 6tl9 Row: Simmons, Lanfff d S ' h per, Wing, Skellie. D or , mit , Eaves, Culpep- 7tb Row: Lee, Watts, Collier, jones, Fortnier. 7 QQ'- I EXECUTIVE COUNCIL u ll: President ................. Ist Vice President... 2nd Vice President ....... .... Secretary .................. ..... Treasurer ..... iff .......Frank Barber .......Don Kruger ..........Louis Owens .Georgene Goethals ........Wayne Wood I2 ? 5 1 WWW fi sl j in s -s....v"' w . Seated: X I x W' ' Wood, Goeth als, Owens. Starzdirzg' Barber, Kru ger. 2 47 I vo-.fx ,n L-M' um, ' Mgr" vena vu u nu ,uv ,fav ' ing af U1 d'! , mag bel vu 1 m time ml . tom use aww! . ,,,p.1W9pdl pw' mm -c-fn us n - - 'goin J , N., MW- U.: ,-. up f ..1 ,fn-f ,Ava 1. au-fd... -mf .- . " -AY-:Ani-fi ,- ww. ' r Y .fm fu, --.1-4 v .m.1A' I a.- 1-. ,.-Vx e, r . ' 1-' snr- '- -.- ,ff lin! m a 1 rzllrrling Ihr vmc S alhfrfu xlndrnl body. lo in Thr v than rxpreu- mm palm. p n rr-on lr fhr ly Bi!-L 1'IlGlB student , d do no ms md nhl!! ali on W ws nn-nmrily naive I - The Sm uns wal- unrdvan-I ww! www, wmv uv Au-N1-Knew-grdwn ,pry ,uw nwird-WKNIQDQ Wefkh nun BW HP' mi ll 'VIWL' vvw A nu rrpdfn, wx nfryuwl me sxudfm Pm'-1 an :wud , M, M1 Mmm. x-.1 me mnrnu W-nd w uw- mu iw-tem. n-.fugm U1 ,LK Wu' R Thr- hui v-vwrm-my uw au wwrhll Qwmr -inn my wwf ,updfevmbev -,uf me 1,9-4 vi fdrwrvu um "I Wx'lw:g V H hm , swf.: tn -nf swdwx rrtvu .mx .HA w 'dxf un. v , Marv' M. ,,u, 1 In, TN-u mu-vfnru 1. uw -rem f.m,,m .fm ai. Aix m, 9.4. W..-n1,s wr on .,r .Mn ,H ...J .4 .,, ,vyf-..,, V-,,, are .e 1.,, ,-mn, ,-.vr.1,.f .ff - .M v.. -,nfff yuh .n..u:1 .4 5,4-1 vm -sf-.H -n-,w- 1. 1 -f,.f.w,1, V: nf' -.4 . .-, ,..,,,,.. ' ,rw h .f.mff,1.v ,..1... ,ruff , I , v. ,,. ,, , . P, -rv, V-1: ,-pd u- -'lpfbu v. L. -1-.-, .Lv .1 -1, ,.-14.-1 4.- A. 4, f ,1 M 1-. ,,-5.--, ev -Z. 575. 5 ,H ,g :MA .- A..-. , .. .,.,, ' x ' :fr ' - nn- - -1 1-I K-4.4 fr! 'S nf- pf fklwgf ATOMIC .uf ,A P ,W W Z iw So lg W scam YW e . ee e ,,....,, r Receive ' MSC , Fable Shat Nh Vac 009619: jxwtfwuj 'ev-'np 'ff xl. ' ',.s 1 5.1 '11!f7vG"xp-L. ,dm-1-1 -1133 ' i-4 rg-B 4 we nal ' - -'in -Q.-.5 ,...- u..,,,,, msd- nn-ip' 9'5" ll'-11. 5-on-4 ,. 4-'pl' .ai-o. 'pun -,ali f""""-j-f-iinrvgnn ...qf,,-u,,. 'G' W" p-1,513 ""f-5'.4v- vu? u-IQIVV . 1--n 5-.4-.. -5,5 N. .nw ,,,.gi,,g U.-v'u. H-.. I PAL- nf ,, 1 With an "All-American" and a "Medalist" rating-the two top newspaper ratings granted, our Student Printz has again kept up V - the good work. Under the advis- orship of Mr. Leo Muller and Miss Gloria Swegman, and the editorship of Mrs. Ouida jean Muller the Printz has mo-ved for- ward. The entire student body as well as the administration and faculty appreciate the outstand- ing job our newspaper has done. .4v"""' Q A ,J XTR if 'ew-.,,,s' E f-m7".,2 0941 YI? A va it ' fi Edz2'or.,3Z-C6 , f if F-P, A 1' ' ,,.. A ' 'ef0u I im 2 IDA MULLER -XD Business Manager, MIKE HMS 7'-..,,,2v The "Rest" of the Staff if A- 4.-WHL , 'Sr' vii" 1 , 1 . -vililfzifiirfy,--3. HW-x . T-uxa. !g,.,.-QQ, 4- , fp- THE SUUTHERNER In preparing the 1954 SOUTHERNER, by far the largest yearbook ever published at Mississippi Southern College, the staff and I have done our very best to cover as many phases of student life-including as many students-as possible. Many count- less hundreds of hours work have gone into publishing this pictoral history of our Alma Mater-with the one hope that you the student body will be pleased. With some students our aim will be accomplished, with others I am sure it will not. W'e have done our best-which is all that can be expected. It would be impossible for me to thank here all of the many individuals who have made this publication possible. Deservi-ng many thanks are the following: Marion Trikosko, Bob Waller Studio, Bill Woodruff, Pippen and Carsten's Studio -our photographers, joy Pat Parris, Bobby Griffin, jimmy Smith, Mary Ellen Chapman, June Collier, Joan Russel, Gwen Booth, Nan Throckmorton and other members of the editorial staff, Meredith and Mae Jean Burch, the business managers, Myers Publishing Company for its patience, Mr. Charlie Scott for his adviceg and to Mr. J. T. Palmer, our adviser, who did everything from typing to janitorial work. To all of you, the editor says, "Thanks, a million." """"'lsInb.4-LPN anna.-, 1M'!3f"'4'f 1 2-+ M yvtx -1- ""'W"'3!!Qhs- Hhs-.-L ,.':1,,.,,... ." 't"'S1-15i"'f'Y ur., 3 naman-sa 'HS- z-ww--a-fin-. 'fb ,qQ4l'VP'7'34 ,...,.y-oenll-"""' N 15- i q4l'9"' I 1, -'M -V+ Srfiams- "'NhGQQDti' -qfignqn. 'J""'-1. I954 'i'23Q92'1??f57P-495208.14 "if w 0- sw.-warm M f N .Y ,fv- Rf' AFF1'H"fl5 MARION TRIKOSKO, Candid Photographer Mr. J. T. PALMER, Adviser TV' J'?f,.r4P ,-, 1 NAA Q.,-H-. 5lnsr JIM jury' 5LNII17ff 441 1 Q J'J'lJ'fQ72f Edilo 7-. ' JOYCE M4 CEE, Edgar Editor .,,,,... ...... J oyce Magee Asst. Editor .... ..... J immy Smith Business Mgr. ........ ........... M eredith Burch Asst. Business Mgr. ........ Mrs. Meredith Burch 153 Adviser .... ..... ....... M r . T. Palmer MEREDITH and M Bla . AE JEAN BU lush. AI RCH dagger.: 'mHw. VQXX A its Dx ff" x 5 , s. X. fy o ' f -f I Q - J A :fr ww., 'fri J I 1 5 s 40.9, If .- Q .vga Q. A off- 1 f X N I, Q 'I . .- -'Y B Q x ' l'.,. Q? ' K -Q-t'rHf"v2v , ' 'g:'0,f 9 . - F- 'wifi . -"Q 'O It N o sf ? r is . ., WW., s - , ff' - , - . ts, .is gggl ' - A A . is-f,,. , AX., kr .qw .Q 'f3F3l..N W. S. G. A. Seated left to right: Ann Angell, Mary Ann Lindsay, President, sq Margaret Skellie, Josephine Fra- zier, and Sally Trieschmann. The purpose of WSGA is to maintain wholesome condi- tions and relationships among the women students of South- ern, to further a sense of in- dividual responsibilityg to stimulate and develop democ- racy and good citizenship, and to be a medium whereby the high standards and ideals of Southern may be upheld. YELLOW JACKETS Ist Row: Charles Ainsworth, George Powell, Don Roberts. 2nd Row: Craig Handkenson, Bobby Griffin, Jimmie Wilson, Bob Pilcher, Charles Lott. OFFICERS uf President ....., George Powell Vice Pres. ........ Don Roberts Secy. ...... Charles Ainsworth 5 1 u - ' an 3, A ,Mk The Yellow jackets is an honorary men's service organization formed by the social fraternities and the student council to act as student hosts of campus guests and to assume responsibility for promoting the college traditions of friendliness, school loyalty, and student responsibility. The Yellow Jackets assist in the orientation of freshmen and of transfer students and also sponsor freshman day. Miss Peggy Bowling, a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority, was chosen Sweetheart this year. GENERAL NAT ARCHIE HUGHES, first to be General Nat - raises school spirit - cheers Southern on to victory! Kd '27 s v I 1 ,,,l,., , r-if A ' 4 ff, W cf, W M Gifts .Q Q., . y 1 fmmw J' f., M ,' I.. A J , y ' X we , ' ' 1' f' 'f' ,, Ay. ., ' ' -MQW ' -, - f . ' '- ' nf, ., 'ii . , - 1- '41, " H "V7i':z".f,. -'fl 'M' ' I M' ,. if-W-f,,,:L? ff 'Wa 'ww f, va 51157 33-.Q 4524 "1 .3 U me f 1 "' . ,EJ 1' L", ,m W . f' "fr :Sk Q J 5 F ,iU,,c. wry, ' ham., I Y . EH it an Mkfw V 5 J 4 1 I 1 I Y Y Z 'M 'f W4 ' iff? v,:a,.-,fbwffg WW' we " ' 'A' ' 'Ulm -' 4.5 -, 1 ' ,fn ' , : M 'ff v 42,4-ig A M, ir ,IW 'AL fi .F4',,,,l, ,wah V" .1 t I ' V f - V uf- Irk 441- . nad, , f ma , 1. f 1 Q A mv.ann,,!',,, 'bffjwamnmra ,LL , Q A , 1-1,4 ,..,,f':Q,?1 'Um' mama . 3' ' 1, H341-ww, " 1:51312 .. new new ..t,,,,, . 'lim Wffg V V A AWK r A ! . :uv--. C -' Quan' I. E5 0 I llliiv' 'N lag I..-nt..-gigs' lf Q, My Z' -.-r - ,I A 1 b 1 'md' ,,- ' 'F COMMANDING OFFICER Lt. Col. Tom E. Cole Mississippi Southern College was authorized by the Department of the Army to activate on April 3, 1950, a volunteer unit of the senior division Re- serve Officers' Training Corps. Training offered was to be a General Military Science course. The e au- SFC Hal Farrell unit was organized June 14, 1950, under th thority of the Act of Congress, June 3, 1916. The general objective of the course of 1nstruct1on nior officers who by their educa- d ' h rent ualities are suitable is to produce ju tion, training, an in e q for continued development as officers in the United States Army. OTHER OFFICERS Capt. Marvin I.. Woodruff Capt. William H Avery, Jr MSgt. Robert L. Payne SFC Thomas M. Ginn SFC Lloyd R. Garner SFC joyn A. Wade VW A-v"'!' gifs. 1 Mn 'W 'f nv ,w Li' ' 1- f fn-nf' 1 1 5 1 ' " N , .Q " . 3 . V '-'g""'2"""w - A , V Y . ,h f ,. ,, VV V V ,. V VYVVJVV 1 '11 ' X - ' M-.. ..-V: -L., , , " ' ,, , . ' 2. '- sl' ' y ' , f' ' , fr: - fam -+ R Q . . Q . Wu. , M "A 1 ' ' - " -f K Y. . fx " -- " f ' " 4 12? "' M, -. - .:, 1, .: mi -5 ,V I 7, V VV -W VL. 1 H - VLVJV : ,, V V 3' Q ' fa 1. ,, , - - "--an . ,' .. N, ffqy- A Lf TSW :V ' , I NV: ..., V A-k, . . 3 ': J, '- M- www .aw -' . ., -' ' 5 . ., ,ff ,, V- J- . ,, A ' ' V ' - V "' z ' ' ' ' -. 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A I 771 4 55,4 'ff 6 333: nl 2iI1'fQf'? f -if 'g' 'YW ' ff 'eifllgii i 13.2-2'2" i - " ' ' 'Af i WErf?wi air? f gigaga o rfilfig- I . . ,,. ,, . i.?a!". Director RAYMOND MANNONI ft if Mary Brown Nowell, Ann Miller, Dot Tullos, Jessie Wynn, Morgan Roebuck, Ann Bond, Willie Mae Richie. , 5 W ... X X, if... . ,M Q QQ Q was mm 7 - V . 1: o "' if' 4- Q ' ' , X :cgi af S....'h-'J f l 1 X ' 3 X 1 s ,r f-X,-fi?-six!-'fx 9. ' my E, i N, i K , 4 X U Nr A U -1 is X 1 X A r 1 , '4 Yi , J i MN W f fa '- f . - i ' 'Q " '4' J ., 17 , ' f "1-1. i ' W iZ1I"' - W I l i 'H' I - '0 - . f.. , ' 1 -.35 E' if K Q- .N -1 K- f 1 K 4 V v. If W v ' uh- .Lb l ,I E ' V I , ' ,I -- -"i i ' 'f' ' f' . fx , W i o , A. - oy ...i es. - -4 f Xi ,SK ,i 1 I .-.VM ........mu: The MSC Band of 1953-54, under the capable and ver- satile direction of Mr. Raymond Mannoni, deserves a tremendous round of applause from both our student body and the Deep South. It lent color and atmosphere to athletic and community events as well as promoted and enhanced the dignity and reputation of our Alma Mater. No doubt our "Pride of Mississippi Band" was the "greatest" ever. Much praise goes to Anthony jimi- nez, our high stepping Drum Major from Biloxi, and also to our beautiful group of lovely majorettes. x i 6Vf"79 ?f'x-'A ' ,. .TQ , ' -1.1! ', 5 fi W J 'C' if ng wr A jx" ,'X',h5'f' .1-",'g,'f"'.1 1-5 .A""F1 ' is ."'r. A J f' V , , 'f ,7-: ff '-34555 r X 'THA K w i - 'n ifjwlff i .tw ' i- sf' '4' . 'Y - K muiy s , 'Q " W - ' U M ' ' 9'2" A' a sf ' 17.-A t' ap-vJ.'x,34 .v 3531 rem " " H-5131915 1 .,s, ' . 'j, Q-img, M X -, gf- K' fi - , ,, W V . ,WI - 3' M 'V 55- -.g'at.qg.. 'gifs :fu-:'+' of , si fw -Q ,-7'- .lf 1 X fe- , - -f y' wow :gl ,a 'fs Rl'-Ski' as 'ie-" 5-4. 1- if ' H i fi? ""--S'-M , ng- 'ii 5fi9?fg.5 3, g ,1:." 1iq ," M 1 1 ,, ,.: ,, . ' ,,:, ,L lf E. 'iCl'." 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Rm all 5353 li' we-"ff '-N u '- - .w""l 1' V 4R""' f'-" !""' M 'href r Z3 f'-f"x "'1":::" FIRST ROW: ELSIE AIKENS . . . Hattiesburg . . . President Delta Delta Delta . . . Canterbury Club . . . Student Christian Federa- tion . . . Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. DAMON BALL . . . McComb . . . Alpha Tau Omega, Pledge Class President, oustanding pledge, Reporter . . . SOUTH- ERNER, Sports Editor, '51-52, Editor, '52-53 . . . Delta Sigma Pi Vice President . . . Student Council, '52-53 . . . Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities '54. FRANK BARBER . . . Hattiesburg . . . Sigma -Nu, 1 . . . Pi Tau, 4 . . . Pi Kappa Delta, 4 . . Alpha Phi Omega, 4 . . Modern Language Club, 2 . . . Student Printz, 2 . . . Can- terbury Club, 4 . . .Treasurer, Student Government,2 . . . Student Council, 2 . . . President Pre-Legal Forum, 2 . . Editor and Business Manager, Southern Exposure, 3 . . President, Student Government, 4 . . . Honor Debater, 3 . . . Treasurer, Mississippi Intercollegiate Council, 4 . . . Presi- dent, Congress of Human Relations of Southern Speech Asso- ciation, 3 . . . Honor Roll . . . Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4. CHARLES BARKER, JR. . . . Columbia . . . President, Student Christian Federation . . . Chorister of B. SU. . . . First Vice- President of Mississippi B. S. U. JIMMY BRASHIER . . . ElDorado, Ark .... Kappa Sigma . . . President Senior Class . . . "M" Club. SECOND ROW: MEREDHH BURCH . . . McComb . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Alpha Pi Omega . . . President, Sophomore Class . . . Student Council . . . Yellow jackets . . . B.S.U .... Business Manager, Southerner, '52-55: '53-54 . . . R.O.T.C. Drill Team . . . Color Guard . . . Alpha Delta Alpha. MARY LOU DAVIS . . . Holly Bluff . . . President of Pan- hellenic Council . . . Phi Delta Rho, Treasurer . . . Delta Sigma Epsilon . . . Future Teachers of America. DOUG FERGUSON . . . Mobile, Alabama . . . President of Pi Tau . . . Kappa Sigma . . . Gymnastics team . . . R.O.T.C., Captain . . . Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. GEORGENE GOETHALS . . . Gulfport . . . Delta Delta Delta . . . Alpha Lambda . . . Phi Delta Rho . . . Make-up Editor, Student Printz . . Secretary of Student Government . . . Pi Kappa Alpha Maid . . . Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. BOB HICKS . . .-Biloxi . . . President, Pi Kappa Alpha, '52-53, '53-54 . . . Vice-President, Pi Tau, '55-54 . . . Secretary, '52-53 . . . Business Manager, Student Printz, '51-52, '52-53 . . . Staff, '50-51 . . . Delta Sigma Pi, Inter-Fraternity Council '51-52, '52-53, '53-54 . . . Student Council, '52-53 . . . Dis- tinguished Military Graduate. THIRD ROW: DON KRUGER . . . New Orleans, La. . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Sen- ior Advisor . . . Kappa Sigma, Grand Master of Ceremonies . . . Vice-President, Miss. Intercollegiate Council . . . First Vice-President Student Government . . . Pi Tau . . . Pre Legal Forum . . . Westminster Fellowship. LOU LAWRANCE . . . Edwards . . . Phi Delta Rho . . . Kappa Omicron Phi, President . . . Alpha Lambda . . . Home Eco- nomics Club . . . Alpha Sigma Alpha, Chaplain '51-52, '52-53, Vice-President, '54 . . . Frost Fidelity Award, '53. WHO'S WHO Slllltilulllnlillvllillill 180 FIRST ROW: MARY ANN LINDSEY . . . Jackson . . . President, Phi Delta Rho . . . Treasurer, Delta Delta Delta . . . Secretary, Sophomore Class . . Secretary, Junior Class . . . First Vice- President, W. S. G. A. . . . Southern Belles . . . Student Council . . . P. E. Club . . . W. R. A. Reporter . . . Dolphin Club . . . Social committee of Student Government . . . Who in American Colleges and Universities. CONNELL MAGEE . . . Tylertown . . . Alpha Sigma Corresponding Secretary '51-525 Recording Secretary, Who's JOYCE Alpha, '52-533 President, '55-54 . . . SOUTHERNER, Organization Editor, '50-51g Sorority Editor, '51-52, '52-535 Editor-in-Chief, '53-54 . . . Pep Squad, '50-51, '51-52 . . . Southern Belles '52-53 . . . Homecoming Maid '52-55 . . . Student Council '53-54 . . . Beauty '50-51, '51-52, '52-53, '55-54 . . . Pi Kappa Alpha Maid '52-53 . . . Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl '53-54 . . . Alpha Girl '55-54 . . . Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities. JESSIE WYNN MORGAN . . . Newton . . . Majorette, two years . . . Assistant Head of P.E. Club . . . Vice-President and President, Phi Mu . . . Student Body Homecoming Maid, two years . . . Beauty, two years . . . Who's Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities. LLOYD SCONIERS . . . Biloxi . . . Pi Tau . . . Student Coun- cil . . . Pi Kappa Pi . . Alpha Phi Omega, President . . . R.O.T.C. distinguished Military student. CHARLES R. STOREY . . . Gulfport . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Pi Kappa Pi . . . Pi Tau . . Band . . . Dance Orchestra . . . Kappa Mu Epsilon . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Who's Who. SECOND ROW: NANCY SWETMAN . . . Biloxi . . . Kappa Delta . . . Alpha Psi Omega . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Southern Players . . . Speech Arts Council . . . Future Teachers of America . . . Canterbury Club. MARTHA TRAYLOR . . . Wilson, Ark .... Delta Delta Delta, President '52-53 . . . Homecoming Queen '52 . . . Student Council Representative of the Sophomore Class . . . Treasurer of the Junior Class . . . Secretary, Senior Class . . . Sopho- more and Junior Class favorite . . . Health and Physical Edu- cation Club . . . W. R. A. . . . Beauty, '50-51, '51-52, 52-53, '55-54 . . . Dance Group '51-52 '52-53 . . . Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. ZAIDEE WEBB . . . Gulfport . . . Phi Mu, Treasurer 4 . . . junior Pan-Hellenic Delegate 5 . . . Senior Pan-Hellenic Del- egate 4 . . . P. E. Club, Treasurer 4 . . . Senior Class Trea- surer 4 . . . Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4 . . . D. S. F. Vice-Presi- dent 5 . . . Phi Delta Rho 3, 4 . . . Swimming Club 4 . . . Choral Union 3 . . . WhO's Who 4. LAURA ANN WILBER . . . Hattiesburg . . . Phi Mu . . . Pi Kappa Delta . . . Phi Delta Pi . . . Alpha Lambda . . . Alpha Psi Omega . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Debate Team . . . Student Council . . . Wesley Foundation . . . Speech Arts Council . . . Student Printz. BILL WILLIAMS . . . jackson . . . Interfraternity Council, President . . . Senior Class, Vice-President . . . Pi Kappa Alpha President . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Pi Kappa Delta wh. Student Council . . . Council of Presidents . . . Who's o. THIRD ROW: WAYNE WOOD . . . Brookhaven . . . Pi Tau, 3, 4 . . . Stu- dent Government, Treasurer 4 . . . Student Council Repre- sentative, Junior Class . . . Wesley Foundation Council 4 . . . B. S. U. 3, 4 . . . Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. NOT PICTURED: Ouida Gean, James C. Graham, Joseph Haining, Billy Jarrell, Nancy McGrew, Nick Revon, and Mar- garet Skellie. . pm .aw-y W wow JM f p .A ,P 1-wt -as mi 'A X.-el , . . - s: A 3:.f ,uii i .S W' fflx . f "0-4.4: ,. J itll... 1 f jqlxtlw ' Y 1 X .I gk 3 .YK Q sg b,'., A ,,.' 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The rules state that the Panhel- lenic Council shall promote inter-sorority cooperation in campus life . . . regulate rushing through rules agreed upon by all members . . . set quota for sorority member- ship . . . open rush week with an annual Panhellenic tea . . . govern the women's fraternities. Local Panhellenic is a member of a national Panhellenic conference . . . officers are selected by rotation. 204 ,J . . ' ilfzgicaz-- 'QW' NH 'f .nh-14 4' Y. . A!! 134.4-P , V L' iii" h im g L5 I' M f X lx r- a Q: l mi?" .4-'lv' ,f l . I H if X ' J 1 I y i s I 5 I i ,qw-. 3 - """"--sin. lui" gave-M INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Richard Diamond Jimmie Waites Bob Mason ...... Ellis Boatman ..... Bit Jennings ...... Don Kruger ....... Wallace Majors ...... Van Rogers ........ Bob Hicks .......... George Powell Ralph Simmons ..... Mal English .............. ..........Phi Kappa Tau .........Phi Kappa Tau .........S'igma Phi Epsilon .......Sigma Phi Epsilon ............Kappa Sigma .................Kappa Sigma .......Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha ..........Kappa Alpha ..........Kappa Alpha Mr. T. Palmer ....... ,,.,,,,,,,,,,..,. A duisor Two men from every fraternity circle compose the In- terfraternity Council. They give the word on what is proper for rushing and pledging, assign calendar dates for the various dances, give to worthwhile causes, and sponsor socials several times during the year. Bit Jen- nings took over as President when Bill Williams, Pi Kappa Alpha, was graduated. zos 'fx' an A Founded April 20 1898 at Farmville Va ALPHA SIGMA msralled May 14 1957 C Z P 1 d h Flower: Violet. ,, J' ' A , af ,,. iw H, lv, . 4 is 1 . , 'HV Y 4 4-355-'J ri ....., ,,,, ,V ., Wu,-3 ,du I .1 'rf , V V 'fl 5,-.3 I , , ,,V.V,A,.,, M., , ,A . .3 gf? f ' 'ef' ' ,aff " A C3 Ifqg' 'N N' .es if il W 1,', ,"' 4 V! Q I M xv was f'i""f, 4-6' -1 , B ga fbiaihla F. ,LQ R Mx 1 'J ., i ff: 4? ,mm wf' 417 " nf' an Q, .4.. ADH I 3641 4 if , - x :sci Q , Qfk - , J if if N' c . Wi! fe 1A,, ' 'B ,ff , A,y AV , ' ' 4' A 'ir I i 1.21 , ..,, 2,,. y ,-. n al, ' 427' A Q., ,IWQ F' - af A ' ' at , 'S 1 :Q 4. uv' N J? it , 'F' ,la r x-xg? X. Q16 . .un fa T' 3 15? 5.2, M -df? Armstrong, Jo Ann Blackledge, Ruth Boggs, Mary Bond, Ann Courtney, Joan Eaton, Rhonda Farragut, Joyce Graham, Rebecca Henry, Kay Hogue, Jeannette Hudson, Norine Jones, Joyce Ann Lenaz, Barbara Lipscomb, Mary Loflin, Kathleen McBride, Jean Mangum, Joan Myatt, Phylisse Myatt, Yvonne Nix, Velma Jean Opperrnan, Peggy Overall, Jo Peaster, Barbara Pittman, Jo Jo Ray, Bettye Sue Richie, Willie Mae Russ, Julia Smith, Rita Stephen, Mary Strahan, Ann Taylor, Fay Tennin, Peggy Tillery, Joan Tucker, Betty Webb, Sylvia ,r "f Wells, Peggy ual' C , N XVhitc, Marreta nv KN Wilkerson, Pansy v NX'oods, Gloria Xi' rff-,X , Wfyckoff, Jane buf ' ' 7 J- YW, f- 4-:-aa, ,.,r. , ,a,,, .--44:1 ,A ,V uh, vgvv- Y WA, Y Y 4 U ? Tri Sig Officers. Sigma Sigma Sigma has seen two good years under the leadership of Jeanette Hogue . . . With all sorority business to do, and with school work to do, there is still time for a "good time" in the sorority . . . Dramatics, dancing, Pi Omega Pi, religious organizations . . . Tri Sig boasts two beauties, Mary Frances McQueen 'n joAn Courtney . . . Mary Frances was also Homecoming Queen, accompanied fin her courtl by sisters, Jeanette, Joan, and Ruth . . . Cutie Courtney also holds the honor of Phi Kappa Tau Sweetheart. Going back in the past. OFFICERS President ............................................ Jeannette Hogue Vice-President .................. .....,... P eggy Tennin Recording Secretary ............. ..,...... B arbara Peaster Corresponding Secretary ......... ........ R uth Blackledge Treasurer .............................. ......... B arbara Lenaz Keeper of the Grades ....... .......Peggy Opperman Singin' Sigma Sigma Sigma Songs. 207 galil Ya? F EM 'Z 1 2... We Licked 'em CGa.D, too. Not Pictured : Mary Frances McQueen, Patsy Tolar, Sal- lye Davis, Ruth Oliver, Helen White, Wi- lene Simmons, jean King, and Jo Vant. A fs! ff sire A yr, mill. 1- , . rs 2 4: - J sw 'N c e :Q A ., ff' .. ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA Founded: Longwood College, Farrnville, Virginia, November 15, 1901. BETA DELTA installed May, 1938. Colors: Pearl White and Crimson. Flowers: Aster and Narcissus. '59 f 44" Ig., 0 .1 N V '-J' ' l 4 A X aid", km " A s's'f " .ez -- jg ,f i Q A 'E . .' 1 , - sn' is AAAA sssos A A P 1,1 fe l'li L hw' , -gk 'n V :Q V J J i 6 I ,,. x H ft. ,. I ,vig fra. J 9' J , A ,,, as '-4' , , an g . ,i i , A. K sns Q , v ,, .AP X ' - ' ,, ,,.i ' 1 A A i 'ar ' ' ' Ali l:"f sk, I lf! . , .". J W Ji . xfr. , ,as 4:5 ,719 .Agree . A-'XE 1 .. ., , A N' Q -29" ,Inf ' ., ' fl'-2? ' , . . V 3 11, ' 1 " ix Z? qs- A ff-Q gs an l -nv A ,"""7X J' X 4' NF' N" 5' F F 5- , xr " i - sa .2 L u M W 7 - X., x, '79 A ur , ..e -H A . "' fl' 7 4 a zoe, x 3? x,n We Ainsworth, Jimmie Bates, Adair Bianca, Catherine Bowling, Peggy Breal, Harriet Canaan, Jeannine Carroll, Marjorie Culpepper, Patricia Du Kate, Marjorie Etheridge, Virginia Evans, Vincent Foreman, Barbara Freeman, Kay Gentry, Mary K. Herrington, Carolyn Holifield, Frances Jordan, Martha Ann Ladner, Christine Ladner, Mildred Lawrence, Lou Leggett, Mary Ann Loeffel, Betty Magee, Joyce Connell Mobley, Joan Morris, Carolyn Morris, Julia Mullen, Elouise Tedford, Joan Wing, Christine Waldrup, Joanne Waldrup, Reita fu. ASA Officers. As the gavel sounds, the meeting is called to order and the business begins. The sorority is active in philanthropic activities, religious activ- ities, and social life. But, that isn't all, because honors have come to the sorority. Peggy Bowling is Yellow Jacket Sweetheart, joyce Magee is Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl, Editor of the SOUTH- ERNER, and a beauty, Lou Lawrance is President of Kappa Omicron Phi . . . There are Alpha Sigs in Who's Who, Kappa Pi, Phi Delta Rho, South- ern Belles, Alpha Lambda, Home Ec. Club, Vesper Choir, Student Printz Staff, and religious organi- zations . . . Mildred Ladner is a majorette, while sis' Christine is President of the Elementary Coun- cil, and Mary K. Gentry and Pat Culpepper are class officers. Stars for the Blue Moon dance. OFFICERS President ..................,...,................. Joyce Magee Vice-President ................ ...,... L ou Lawrance Recording Secretary ...........,.... Josephine Eaves Corresponding Secretary .......... Peggy Bowling ' Treasurer ,............................. Patricia Culpepper Chaplain ..... ..,...... C atherine Bianca Editor ....... ........ J 0 Ann Waldrup ' Registrar ..... ............. M arjorie Carroll Advisor .... ......... Mr s. Eugene Wilder Scrapbook Memories. BEE 'W ww. 's""5':- Ai v L-.. A JF Ffa'-e""'x7 - -fre'-if M e Homecoming float. Not Pictured: Carolyn Brent, Josephine Eaves. Shirley Coury. 44m 32? Founded Miami University Oxford Ohio ALPHA KAPPA installed May 10 1940 MA EPS I L 0 N B E L T A S I G Colors: Olive Green and Cream T 1 w'gi ,,wH'?3 Gb ' an L 6' ' 1 ,W ibn, V' li Q 2' V '. fl?" V 3 wt. 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Acklen, julia Alexander, Jerry Banks, Joy Breath, June Clay, Gloria Coker, Kay Davidson, Frances Davis, Mary Lou Elliot, Bonnie jean Ford, Billie Frances Garroway, Laura Grantham, Betty Griffis, Winnifred Guercio, Angela Head, Louise Hinton, Bobbie Horne, Ann Labella, Ann Ladner, Nita Little, Ann Maxey, Faye Minton, Sue Nicholson, Pamela Nicholson, Shirley Perkens, Jo Ann Poole, Martha Ray, Geraldine Rouse, Joan , 1.21, Simpson, Betty jo ' Smith, Bernice ul M vi, so e .Lg 9, L L , Sullivan, Mary 43 ix Z Tedford, Camilla A N Tomblin, Mary -X-,O E' Q ' ., -5 Turner, Kay 'Q I X 5 : . Vassalli, Barbara 'X ,m'r' J . I. We 4' 1- ' " A I A? i F 2 1 O - Worrell, lsobcll .Z X .,,- I Yates, Willis E. el'-:ff -0 Delta Sig officers. The clock strikes seven, and the meeting begins. Coker dispenses with all the business and informal discussions are held . . . They talk about all the activities they are engaged in . . . Kappa Pi, W.S.G.A., Student Printz, religious organizations . . . band . . . Future Teachers . . . Southern Belles . . . Vesper Choir . . . Mary Lou Davis is Presi- dent of Panhellenic and listed in Who's Who . . . Philanthropic activities take up a lot of their time as well as parties, tea-dances, and other socials. At the Halloween Carnival. .iw ,mv , -k--if -1-J.:-Y--+L . - -- - - H 5, .3 OFFICERS President ................. .. ..............,....... .......,....., K ay Coker Vice-President .................. .,...... B etty Grantham Recording Secretary ............ ....,.... B etty Jo Simpson Corresponding Secretary ...... ........,...,,.... G loria Clay Alumni Secretary ..............,. ......... F rances Davidson Treasurer ......,......,.. ........... A nn Labella Historian ..... ........ Bernice Smith Editor ....... ......i G eraldine Ray Chaplain ...... .,.......... J oy Banks Bubblin' over for Southern. auiudlu . ii 'L nk ,. .' sq' M wa-V 52 R.. X 'A Q S .mx New President, Kay. IN'0f Pl.. fllrnfi june llarx cy. OO R .LA A, ' 1 CHI OMEGA are EM 5 Flint! x R. ff' ia 'Fanny' 'A ,Q Founded: University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895. EPs1LoN DELTA installed April 23, 1949. Colors: Cardinal and Straw. Flowers: White Carnation. 'G' V'-' U ' "" Tl yiflfwifi V ' '.- ,. ' ' 'ix V A. , 'A 3, gl ' vw fm v- ,r 53' A A - A an F C A ,AAA W ,,.n AA - A -F V .i' i'r2 i" fe it af F A . at KA W ,Wi ,..- W, ki NR' VZ, ' v :Mt gn, W J, H IQ " My W W, ,,,., , , .4 -V J , I I-l.V 'TM 4 ' , M ' W ,,,i A ' 'A 2. :4" - ii .5 1A AAAA rAA V at '.v -. ,A '1-' 2 " AA if . Q. A V VT, H. Q . ,.',,' ..,, hh. 4 I A , Q ' Wig - ' ,' A V 4' A 1: . X -1-if .J 'nf' , - A A ...pf - . 'i ' l fu' A AiAi:3 A F ' E ' , A Wg? V H . ,fl " Q ras' me ,gf an 5" A MSR' 'E 'FR K A- X fl V ly, X! in P119 1 A .lv z W ,. L' 'Ty' "M A 'Ai 'I "r'i' ' f ' It A ,NT , an me i gg an ff x A-A X' F77 ,Z -Q .--v ,tr R A..,,i :gh , x,,1', 5 ,pr-.. ,sf gw 'A l 1 .ig QF 4 , . M ew 6 3, 5.1 ls' L,: NX 2'- ay ' ff? T' Q pin Q5- , Q- . ts- he y in -452+ A. ,x W 1, X--4 was if w., i la . sf s 3 Burch, Constance Breeland, Frances Campbell, Sue Carguile, Nicki Carter, Joan Conner, Barbara Dunn, Deon Francis, Evelyn Franklin, Sharon Gamble, Betty Sue Gore, Donna Sue Griffin, Peggy Hassell, Dot Hendricks, Martha Hewes, Jeanel Jackson, Jannelle Jeffries, Edith Jordan, Dot Kazar, Angele Kazar, Sacia King, Jo Ellen Koops, Shirley McCarber, Billie Bo Mathinson, Ann b Morris, Winnie Ruth Palmer, Wilene Price, Marjorie Richardson, Margaret Roper, Marilyn Schrock, Sylvia Scovill, Jean Smith, Anne Sutherland, Sondra Temple, Betty Jean Tidwell, jane Trieschman, Sally Turman, Margaret Turner, Martha Welsch, jo Ann Yeager, Margaret Chi O Officers President Bettye Sue Gamble does her usual fine job in "paving the way" for the Chi O's. But she's not the only one " io is active-they have members in ' si Kappa Delta, Alpha Psi Omega, Pi Delta Phi, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Pi, WSGA, Music Clubs and religious or- ganizations. Sharon Franklin and Sondra Sutherland are featured among the top beauties. One of their most outstanding events of the year is the annual Sing Fest which is sponsored by the Chi O's. -unusual? We're Everywhere! OFFICERS President ..................................,..... Betty Sue Gamble Vice President ..................... .....,....... J ane Tidwell Secretary ............. ....... D onna Sue Gore Treasurer ..i............ ........... J oan Welsch Pledge Mistress .,.,.. ....... S haron Franklin Meeffng Must B e Over I 213 Merr Y Chffstmas for All N ot Pictured: Martha Gates, Mary Sue Parkinson, Terry Sullivan Marianne Hayden, Lois Elaine Radke. KAPPA DELTA , s t . if x M L., 5, N79 f ., Q t ig, se 65:75 2 x'- t ' J ,W if Alf f J? 0-' . 'Q-7 C, 5' N t 'Fm f r 5, rm-:..1-. Founded : Virginia State Normal School, Farrnville, Virginia, October 23, 1897. ' I BETA SIGMA installed May 14, 1949. Colors: Olive Green and Pearl White. Flower: White Rose. lj' , ,Z A . 'Z V t , a.f 7 Allan, Dorothy P . . ' Angell Mary f Af wiv 1 1 Z Q ' V M ' N' 2 Beebe, Joan M ' I N., 2 f Bigland, Patsy A? " -3' ,Y av Booth, Gwen ' ' . Q Q, " Q Briggs, Ann xoikff V1 L, 4, 1.4 A V ,e x xflwr.,-,.c9i4 A " ' V V. ' Q Ffi ' ,Q Brown, Jeanne Q A, ,V A fgf " ' ' Bufkin, Earline . ms 1 fx' , ,, f , Craig, Betty L l 2' A Wd, 'A , Davis, Kay V ""'f"'a l . gg! It ' f ry DIUIYQ Anne 4. " ' gf 2 Fair, Betty F g f' .... , . 3 l,s,,g.jQ ..., ,.,. 2 B N A P' ""'7f s is B' fa- 2 1 " , ,gy ,-5. L:-in -I I:-N ,, 5 vu - .vi ' " I 5 4 .. 4, -. f Q ' D Gibson, Gerry .WZ .. .. . , .lf In ? - V Hudson, Carolyn - R ' . M, i t .- iones, gean 4 . ewis, oyce I Lighty, Marie Yle' .,., - " 1 A ""- ' I s V-., .',, E ," fe,,,,l?W '- Q V tiinnnn Lynch, Ann Y 1 ., , ,wg 5 ,M .AL A - Am , , M C P W' WW! 92 5 Fi' C Oy, eggs' . ' if . ' .. M 3 1 , x 5 1 i L Mclnms, Jo Annis A Q "' 4' "M 'FSS -.af 1 Martin, Jane s 's A Mayfield, Sara ..- V - "', , if iiil X , I ' ..,,,..p-f A H ,W Y' V 4 1 9,1 v yn- Q, U, A ff bf ft If 1 .,Q,..A"fa MW' 5' l 1 . W r l Q' N Af, di" 'W' YL - 7 f KJ ' Q if A N Y. ,I 4 nanni- f-1 c vi, fa -. . f' ,a-65 fir .p ...Ar 5 yf S581 1"N fm Morgan, Jo Ann Potter, Nancy Riddell, Betty Jean r--' Ryan, Jo Ann Rynnels, Mary Jo ww i t--. rx 5 P Salter, Linda ' 'R Sheffield, Barbara I ,. 5 N' Smith, Ann Lynn ag, ff-gy ' ' "' Sproles, Tippy q b Stennert, Sara IQX Y 4-. .130 - in Sutton, Sylvia S ,,, W as "'N Swetman, Nancy Toelke, Virginia CQ5' Tomlinson, Harriet " Turman, Joy ' 'N Waddlington, Millie Waldrop, Patsy .4 Walker, Lois Widnlan, Julia Wilkinscun, Billie J. 5 K Pg . K Kappa Delta Officers After Prexy Ann Lynn Smith has com- pleted the business, a "gab" session usually follows. It is centered around all the activities in which the KD's are envolved-such as Pi Delta Phi, Kappa Pi, Pi Kappa Lambda, Alpha Psi Omega, Student government, Ves- per Choir, SOUTHERNER, Student Printz, and religious organizations. Mary Ellen Chapman holds the title of Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart, while she and Earline Bufkin are also class favorites. Featured among the beauties are Helen Ellis and Earline Bufkin. Not Pictured: Carolyn Byrd, Judy Davis, Helen Ellis, Mary Ellen Chapman, Mildred Dale, Peggy Hathorn, Patsy Hinton, Esther Hunt, Rosemary Rawls, Gwen Riley, Jo Ann Taylor, Anne Angell. ,fn I S Y 7-WW YYVY W an WW ,Nivfvi v,--....-.Y ...........-. ,...., ...NM .. , ,,v,,, ,..Y,f. f. ,, , ,. ,.,.,,,,,, OFFICERS President ....................... Vice President ....... Secretary ......,.......... Treasurer ................... Assistant Treasurer ..... Editor ............,............... Membership C bairman "Toelke Ann Lynn Smith Virginia Toelkle .Peggy Hathorn ........,Betty Craig ...Jo Ann Taylor .......Anne Angell ............Mary Ellen Chapman and Craig" Relaxing With Fan-tan 'Y -- I KD's Bowl Bid for Southern l,x"'- - it -G' WM. PHI MU .. png 3 -. .G- f'- E .M 9' 'us' -w I 9 1 2141, . 49- . . f ,, ef' . S- in .--. fW ' .. . . Q xl .. ,v,-.7 V I, , ,5 , , f ,f,..,. . Founded: Wesleyan College, Macon Geor a gl ALPHA OMICRON installed March 25, 1950. Colors: Rose and White. Flower: Enchantress Carnation. f 2' ., 'V ff-f' " 4 V' '1-, 'J A .- 3, Q Q '2 ' Q I " ,, ,' A-I 0 w,HA,,. 'E' od' 'H-.. .....L:.. Y -r 'V' 'Q' "3" Y ,Y Q uf .,, IAA 'A nt.. J Q: .Q-H"'f W. .au sa.. 'e1, R ., a t g A in J 'fi' , ,X . 'N' - ' :n, ,.,.4 t ' -vw V K J 1 ii A v - " ,., ---n ., 1 Aa . X KKK , ri ' ,T . K. A 'ff fab 6 a W A l -:'. ' X X . . A 4 41, ,gi . -u" ggi? 432 1 -fig. . , .r .. . rise. ,. -. ' -1 A , t IN' e ff? J - i 5.. N7 . uf J 7 l pa- , I yi ,w N , N J' X.--if T7 A W, - , lM,, a.5hJa,. f"D ,ue 'W' ,U .. f- its U. fav- ' , ..-. , ' ":.- was X,---..B 1 ,I , 4' X ,. Qi 6, ,3 fbi 44 i f"'N '-2' Q' .4v""f . .1 A s- x W lg f' X if CQ a, March, 1852. Albriton, Linda Armstrong, hffickey Barrow, Sara G. Craft, Betty Earl Craft, Sue Cropper, Julia Damberino, Honor-ine Dawes, Mary Ann Edwards, Maye Frazier, Josephine Freeland, Sue Freeland, Woddye Galle, Janice Gibson, Nan Greer, June Havens, Marlene Haynie, Judy Holliday, Mary F. Hulsey, Mikell Irving, Sammie E. Lightsey, Grace McCaffery, Annette Magruder, Harriet Moody, Joan Morgan, Jessie W. Nelson, Janice Parris, Joye Pat Powell, Margaret Pratt, Sara Ann Rhodes, Barbara Rohe, Jean Rollinson, Pat Saunders, Sandra Schefler, Janet Shoemaker, Dorothy Smalling, Lyn Smith, Joan Smith, Tommy V. Smith, Vivienne Stringer, Marilyn Throckmortan, Nan Warren, Dorothy J. Weathersby, Jeanette Webb, Zaidee Whittington, Jean E. Whitman, s Peggy Wilber, Laura Ann C7 5 l I-IH Phi Mu Officers President Jessie Wynn Morgan, the for- mer "Miss Mississippi'-' calls the meeting to order and the business is taken care of with ease . . . After meeting the Phi Mu's discuss their activities-Kappa Pi, Southern Singers, Southern Players, the band, Student Printz, Vesper Choir, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, the SOUTHERNER, and different religious organizations. Mar- garet Skellie handles the gavel at WSGA meetings . . . For the second consecu- tive year, Phi Mu won top honors in the annual Sing-fest. Outstanding Maiorette 9 5? or OFFICERS President ....... ................... J essie Morgan Roebuck Secretary .......... .....,............... S ue Freeland Treasurer ............ ........ Zaidee Webb Rush Chairman ,.... ...... J anet Scheffler Door Keeper .,..... ,,..,,., E llen Irving Homecoming Float .Q M r .H J fff 5 A , M , , A is 11 , ,z 9 Q Q 'ni 217 fgfiulf i L-gL Cokes for Members and Pledges Not Pictured: Ouida Mullins, Margaret Skellie, Dot Tullos, Rosa Hemerer. Ffa'-I E! A r Founded Boston University 1888 PHI EPSILON t ll d Ma 1951 : ins a e y Colors: Silver, Gold, Blue Flower: Pansy. if - "" f , N V ,J is 4 57 43 A we 5 8 fa 9 . ,J 2 .g V L? A V up ff- Q"' . 5 va., ,Z 2 3 , 2 1 , . t..,N , '-t"""7 : i A fl 1 '41 f 35-7 ' ,J -fi'-QA ,f . il if -I in SJ, if ,Q fa ea 4-f at A .af , df' 1 fini' '-'- is ram. X xx . .- lvwffe' 1 f ' N 3 All Y, V ,, M di ,L "0 fwxq ' 'F' 6 Aj iw' : Q , 5 '- Jiv- fxwf Ln 'Q A :Km- ,,,,, in ' t f in Xxx' is sw., WW-we Q f' . ,,' wi, .W . J' ff ' '5 'lr ' m iss ff -sf ,Uk 45, ,Q ...vi Vg S, it '59, 'sr . We ,,o, -.,?,,,,W,5 A V V ' 4. Y ..I J' ' . e, X 'g S' X X . . xg K N 9 P 7 4, ' ofa Aikens, Elsie Allen, Judy Boardman, Barbara Chapman, Robin Cooke, Anne Cox, Mary Charles Dale, Geraldine Darrach, Dot Fields, Clay Fletcher, Evelyn Fortner, Jane Fortner, Judith Frost, Sue Gerrard, Dot Goethals, Georgene Hagerman, Catherine Hall, Sara Jane Hattier, Ramona Hedgpeth, Linda Hemeter, Rosa Lynne Johnson, Mary Lynn Kent, Ann Lane, Bettye Lindsey, Dale Lindsey, Mary Anne Mangum, Miriam Mathews, Wiggie Miller, Anne Morrison, Sue Muirhead, Nettie Oberschmidr, Mitzi Payne, Martha Ann Plummer, Jackie Ratliff, Jan Russell, Mignone Sibley, Mary Louise Traylor, Martha Van Court, Ellen Weaver, Diane 'ir-' Tri Delt Officers Elsie Aikens, Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities, leads the Tri-Delts in her own pleasing fashion. Constantly progressing the Tri-Delts are engaged in numerous extra-curricular activities-P. E. Club, Vesper Choir, philanthropic activi- ties, religious organizations, Alpha Psi Omega, Phi Delta Rho, and Who's Who. That Cute Martha Traylor walked off with top honors-being selected Miss MSC of 1954. Elsie Has Our Attention Z' 219 OFFICERS President ..........,...............,..,.................... Elsie Aikins Vice President .................. ...... G eorgenne Gothals Recording Secretary .........................,.,,... Dot Gerrard Corresponding Secretary ...,..., Catherine Hagerman Treasurer .................,...................... Mary Ann Lindsey Marshal ............................. ............... D iane Weaver Chaplain ..... ...... D ot Darrach Remember When? QQHTF' H51 ' s p wx, rpg Homecoming Float Not Pivtured: Ann Cooner, Gail Gilbert. Dot Campbell. Neely Carpenter, Mary Nowell, Nancic Stuart, Margaret Temple, Carolyn Timms. OFFICERS President ..................................., Q 1 Vice President ........ ,.,,,.,,, ......Jimmy Waites .Richard Diamond Secretary ..A.....,.v., ..,,.,..,.,,,,,,,, B illy Kling Treasurer ...,..... .. Pledge Master ..............,... ... C baplain .........................,,.,,.A,..., Corresponding Secretary ......... .........William Hill ........Wiley Bishop .......Gray Gillaspy .Tom Whittington Not Pictured: Billy Kennedy, Alton LeFevbre, Rennie Rackard, Tom Whittington, Luke Caruso, Herman Bowling, Robert Patterson, Robert Marlett, Paul Allen, Ronald Figureo, Roy Gough, Wayne Benton, Hugh Cameron, Ed Creekmore, Frank Herrod, Bill Manly, Louis Laballa, D. E. Pierce. I I Elvin ., Phi Kappa Tau, on October 16, 1948, was the first national group to become a part of our campus life here at Mis- sissippi Southern. Since that date the Red Carnation, the flower and sym- bol of Phi Kappa Tau has become well-known on our campus. Out- standing events of the year include the Red Carnation Ball, at which time the Sweetheart of Phi Kappa Tau is an- nouncedg the annual French Quarter Party, the Spring House Party, and numerous campus get-togethers. Miss joan Courtney, a member of Tri- Sigma,has graciously served as Sweet- heart for the present year. PHI KAPPA TAU Barnett, Marcus Beard, Jimmy Ray Bishop, W. E. Bowles, Gary Boyer, Vern Buck, Jim Crosby, J. L. Diamond, Richard Dickerson, Fred Gillaspy, Henry G. Gray, Robert B. Hawkins, C. E. Hammond, Roy Hill, Swinton Hill, Willie Holliday, Norman Hudson, Charles W. Hutto, H. Kling, William J. Koch, Kenneth Mazola, George McDonald, Milton Myers, William Nesmith Buster Piazza, Louis Pierce, Pat Reedy John Salvant Clay Waites jimmy Y- - w e . 15 ., Q, . , ,. ,Z 1 - g m . ,Y -7 st SNNXW QM A38 Q if Y, 3.-,gr WW 4 K., ff 19" Q . ..,. , U if . .. 7 1 'N 2, fs. -,,,, if V A ., s4'i'::., V ' 3, .-., " : K ...ff M- I' X 1 .1 Founded: Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, March 17, 1906. BETA EPs1LoN installed October 16, 1948. Colors: Red and Old Gold. Flower: Red Carnation. ""' ' , ' f H L , .. ,J , ?W"1if7 v , A la, 4 e iv- I fjf N ig W! ' Z, . M ,. .. i ,MMA V . ,.,N. , - M mv 2, , A' . 'QA Q- f 1 W2 ,f was YK t j X555 :gf ,J 'QQ ff si hi .,,,?g4N "iw: LQ' f , if if A pymifws I A .V -- ' i as 1 "i'- nf- -M' " "W .",, . ..A-':.- ...F ' -Q 55 ""' vs Q - ' --lfr ' X '- ., fp 915, C NW' V 'J' 'N :AH i 3 , A u af' 52' A ,sae k Q -A ., ' ,-any yi ww '-K' ,J -.45 an , K . -"N, ,ii "'-113.7-'jf 2 3'.1E3e' ' 'life P I B is -1 .,..as""' . 6213 fe W N rv' 'Q . ,Ji i . -df V' , f fn W'f'5?"""" 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L ul l 4 OFFICERS I Ralph Simmons II Louis Owens III Charles Thomas IV Mal English VI Henry Conn I Missing in Picturej V Bill Ellis VII Howard Stroud VIII john Latimer IX Pete Reynolds . an N x -'H lx 1 I N ot Pictured: Charles Gavin, Earl Graver, jim jones, john Lati mer, Hohn Switzer, Mike Walker, Roy Adams Woodie Cox, jim Culbertson, Lloyd Foster, Howard Stroud, jack Weldy, Donald Boswell, Joe Bounds Harods Needham, Kenneth Saxon, Norman Guy ton, jimmy Peters, Bennie Stewart, Herbert McMul 222 len, jimmy jones, Bobby Herring, Price Cann, Billy Earl Davis, B. johnson, Fondy Sernagin. 1.--2'2" Since a troop of immaculate soldiers in grey marched onto the campus on November 7, 1948, and planted their confederate flag, the Kappa Alpha Order has been here to stay. The Red Rose of Kappa Alpha is loved and cherished notonly by the mem- bers of the Order but by many of our lovely co-eds as well. Active in many campus or- ganizations, the members of KA have made a notable contribution to our campus life The highlight of the year was the Old Southern Ball which portrayed both the Kappa Alpha s and the Old South in great splendor PF ffff' KAPPA ALPHA Arnold, Robert Boutwell, Ellis Bowlus, W. E. Buffington, Phillip Conn, Henry Lee Cox, James III Curry, Charles Ellis, Billy G. English, Malcom Fazio, Steve Gaston, W. P. Gurman, Ernest Hall, Sydnor Ham, Robert Hardy, Robert Harrington, Ronnie Hart, Linn Hoey, Stan Holmes, Paul Hughes, Archie Lighty, Duane Lyons, Jerry McGee, L. E. McGregor, Jack McMellan, Erik Murray, Gene Myrick, Lewis Oliver, Jack Owens, jim Owens, Lewis Petty, Bill Presley, Harold Provost, Billy Reynolds, Pete Riley, Herbert Robertson, Frank Robinson, John Rounsoville, Gary Sills, Kent Simmons, R. S. Smith R. E. Stiglets Bill Tierney, Steve Trevillion Thomas Van Zant Leonard Wellons John Williams Ted Williamson, Billy Wilson, Jimmy Woodbeck, Jay f"""A X 42 ' .7 -mf X 1 . 1 .. L 3 -:fa ' W ,,,, .:"f 1,9-2 , x eu . sl EM' 5-V V . ... w N.. -an .,,. . , A Founded: Washington and Lee University, 1865. GAMMA ZETA installed November 7, 1948. Colors: Crimson and Gold. Flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose. s., f an A132 ff? -rf " fl A .... fa? ' r Af, ' I' ' :YF ' ,fr " Q' I' Z1 I H' 1 'N ' ' ""' if f f if 6 , Q." v fy 1.1 'XWQVAG If' ll " ,lf 'W 5' ".2,.i':f': , ' -fvrlzfw "' ' I 't Q ,. 5- l N E I Q. 335 P. ,, rv. yn W' M 5527 1.4 'fa 53,5 . -ps R. , f ix ' Y ' 1 ' ' '45 ,.:-"' 5, 'G '3 ' "' ' " I 'VV , --fu! 'q "" ""', , ' .r wr' 4 R ' m, . ' ' Q ,,,..., ,. ,,, g . .-.- ff.: V !n M. 1 .i V ,T 'F A. Y Q LY AV. , M g 2 A 4, 5 ' :f Y 1 Q W ,. , er a. ,.E . 95 V l ' .af 2 "" f' fe. ..,, . 'f' - . A - :,:, : ,. j , My 5:-1 , Y , ki, . is r, , . ,. A jf? t I A xv.,.., ,A V W, f W -1 Vugg ln? ll , L I r. 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A E Mg Thomas, Charles in i 5, A . , gz .,.,., A as ' . . .A ' r ap L -" , A sl 2, .rx , g , , , Y - , 'ii' " 'uf' ' ' .X ' Z' 9 M I I : Q- IM, g V: V ya I 11, , ,S ' ' , . 1 ' - - ' 'W a i . . . fp I 0.5 , . . .X Q , I Fr' U ' 4 if" J Q I Uv! 1, ,f Q . , Q' , A' 00 . . -Q R x fi 'Nsl AQ: ".Q'.,, . -' C 3 Q ' 4 . "7-3 4 rr 6 u 4 On December ll, 1948, the prominent Old Southern Club, exchanged its colors and symbols for the Star and Crescent. Since its birth, Kappa Sigma has maintained an enviable record in all parts of campus life here on our campus. Members of the Star and Crescent group are found in all campus organizations such as Pi Tau, Student Chris- tian Federation, Alpha Psi Omega, and Stu- dent Government. The Scarlet, White, and Green have become a symbol of achieve- ment on our campus. ,- g Alfanso, Andy Andrews, Larry Anzalone, Joseph Arnold, Thomas Atwell, Harry Belding, Killman Bemis, Roy Bevon, john Blankenhorn, David Brown, Joe C. Burrows, Glen Carter, Billy G. Darnell, Joe Davis, Jimmy Derosier, Authur Driskell, Don Ferguson, Doug Goncalves, Fabio Goodwin, Joe Gray, Bobby Harrington, Clayton Hillsman, Ben Hunter, Donald Jennings, Claude Johnston, James Jordan, H. L. Kruger, Don Lackey, Phil Morgan, Richard Morrison, jimmy Penn, Roger Pitman, Edwin Raiford, Tye Simmons, Marvin Sproles, John Stone, Eugene Watson, jackie West, Bob Willct, Ronnie iw- --Y-----f -- - Y --- iv- -- KAPPA SIGMA ,af .. . 1 gf, A ,I Founded: University of Virginia, December 10, 1869. EPSILON NU installed December 11, 1948. Colors: Scarlet, White and Emerald. Flowers: Lily of the Valley. , . ,ay ,. , . 1 A V gy o 'sa gi 14 .gl rt f In I V A lv A , . f 5. 4 ad K wr . . K . Rye ' " 2 ' ' E if 1 l Im' A . 1 ,V ,cg 1 , I Y '1 5, A .qt:.YX ij X f "'3:yw'rn ..,- l la.: -.1 MA ty .v,: H, ff' ' 'Nun-. ' V' Y if-'Q .' U Al, . is , V .... , L - , A as ,,,,?1f?'5'i'f:,:' Q , . "" C A , , ,.,..,- nk' ,S fignnf , U V, Y i -A W I X .E-: Q01 -S , itil iw! 2 ,7 f' ni g. 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'Ig al. . , , f I ' , 1 f' , fi . x ' " h - Q Fa K .:' I V' w .r A X f' ' ' X 5: 'L 5 Q Q0 , 1 . ' 'i '-2.1 A WL. 1 514 OFFICERS Worthy Master ..................,A.,,..,..,,.,,,.,,,,,,, Bob Storey Worthy Chaplain .....,....,,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,.,,, Wallace Majors Worthy Keeper of Annals ,,.,,,,,,,., Anthony Jiminez Worthy Keeper of Exchequer ,,,,.,,..,,,,,,, Bim Rogers C 9 '51 Worthy Scribe ............,,,.,..,,..,..,,.,,,.,.,,, Walter Parker Worthy Usher .................................... William Hayes Worthy Sentinel ..,,.. ,,..,,,,, E rskine Havens Homewmiflg Float Alpha Tau Omega Officers E HZ' I aff ,AQ TW 1 - I -a I 6 f A M Y 9.14 . waxy, 3, 'Q m,,.K-I A. "1 it ...A l . s,..m.,,,..c..,..., I e f . , P, Q 11,2 4 f 1 1 g I or .. I . 1 , If 5,1 l 1 f , I 3 , -- A 'Q ,, J! ff' XJ! Looking Over the Books Not Pictured: Chester Baker, William B. Dillingham, William Hays, Erskine Havens, Wm. M. McElroy, Charles F. Rogers, jack Sarphie, Robert C. Guillot, john Horn, Mickey Lane, Kellum Long, Chester Pope. E .. E it 226 i.lT,.. Since the founding of the Epsilon Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega in Novem- ber, 1949, the Tau's have played a most active part in all phases of campus life. Out- standing annual events include pledge swaps, numerous types of informal parties, and the spring house party. At the Annual Orchid Ball, the Alpha Tau's announce the new officers for the next year and their "always lovely" Sweetheart of ATO. Miss Mary Ellen Chapman, a member of Kappa Delta, has reigned in this position for the current school year. Time out for Cards 4 Y I 1 3 1hNq ALPHA TAU UMEGA Anderson, Robert Ball, Damon Burch, Meredith Campbell, Lawrence Carney, Billy Craft, Jerry Dabs, Charlie Darby, Mike Dossett, jerry Duff, Leonard Evans, Ed Fortenberry, Warren Frank, Ben Garner, James Hall, Robert P. Hill, Jack D. jiminez, Anthony Jordan. Ance McDonald, Marvin Maiors, Wallace Massey, Kenneth Owen, David L. Parker, Walter Pilgrim, Frank Quave, Gerald Rawles, Charles Read, Eddy Roberts, Dan Rogers, Van K. Sacier, Nolan Senter, Tommy Sykes, Mike Simmons, W. L. Smith, Willis C. Storey, Bob Stewart, G. L. - Tregre, Bill Williamson, Charles KU, Y 'af r Tk' 3' zaf- -4 .1 sz Founded: V. M. I., September 11, 1865. EPsILoN UPs1LoN installed November 19, 1949. Colors: Azure Blue and Gold. Flower: White Tea Rose. H, , ' gli' lx I i M , P ks -4 J x A 1 1 ri, aw' . ...X A 1 Q57 ,,,, , 4 ,N L 5 ' J ,Nj 1 , gf' if w Q' V. 5 Y up 5, 1+ ,Y J . ,X W, . A A I fl f - 4 : 'I fi i V 2 . ' A 5 9 5 ,5 ,, 1 Q fm- .. , .wa in H5 Vx -6- 6 ' A 4 K 2 Chef f, if , 4 gf' 1 0--t- a s......,.""r fr' A .ef If MW V 'li Mx' v 'JA 1. .- .-,, . ,, Ly -.'- N , -Mak L P ' Lf! A .-aiif fif .P 2 Q 5 ,E :lii 1 41 Qi ! , can , .... 4 'Wx , 1, W- , ff' 1 ' ' Q ' , f v ,L .. ' j , t, rf ' . '.4.,. I V .'." aff. f, ' " AW .a..... I 1 ., 2. A ii 1 9 t't' ':'--- - - lvr- ff 1 .":-e-e"' - . ffiws ' .- , ' xw N ' . i in Qi mfr me if ., 1 ,X ew- A 'M 'fix' ' , ' . ,. ... . ,..,. . .ff 1 ree- 1 ::" s-11 ..,.,. -1:5351 A li ',., 4.g. k,,,,,.,ggj, W Zwfw. , .- . -- ., -' . yn. . , . V2 I P r X 1 .11 , A A . X , bl I as l .di 3 :I 5 V V Q 1 ,... 1 V A V5 g-, f, mn! inf sq 'rv .515 . A J wg, W' .--,. 'i"f , ff - NNW., .. A xi- ii. . , v '-':- y.. .I ..,,,,,. . ....... , A if "" . ..,,,.. . a. . A-,-A 5 I .., , 3 . ,GP """ .4 S ' V V R' 'X .. ' . 'J J e 'ff-'nf' ' ' 2 ""ifP 1 wb . Q "f"'.?"'X 5 2 ' n tl . A .. " AA s'e' Vw ' . A , -. ra- .mg -is- . . A Q xv it M H i " . dn 'U' - za' X P 'WY 3:5 fi Y- - L fig' N' f 4 -of . X fi, I A 'Atv ,v:: vb my , , V J I Q: . if-:lc X ' ' .""' 'wi X' K t p J '- 9 nllqq., ...f""'- --.43 Q r OFFICERS President ............................................ Bob Hicks Vice President ............................ George Powell Recording Secretary .................... Jimmy Smith Corresponding Secretary .........,.. Bobby Griffin Treasurer ..................................,. Wade Simmons Historian .........................,.... Mark Blankenstein Alumni Secretary ....... .............. M ark Grant Faculty Advisor ....... ..,...,,. D r. J. T. Davis ..,-'fn AY Not Pictured: William Bass, joe Price, George Powell, Gene Phelps, joe Hankins, Reginald Hover, Tom liabbington, jimmy Mullen, Hurd Pope, Gayle Moore, john Bovard, Cecil Faulkner, lreemon jones, Barney Meadows. December 10, 1949, is an important date in the life of the Delta Mu Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha. On this date the Colo- nial Club pledged eternal vows to the Garnet and Old Gold colors of Pi Kappa Alpha. Since its very founding, the Pikes have been highly active in all aspects of student life here on our campus. Out- standing social events of the year include such gala affairs as hay rides, pledge swaps, numerous campus parties, the Spring House Party, and the "Beautiful Dream Girl" Ball. Miss Joyce Magee, a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha and pinned to Brother jimmy Smith, has served beautifully as Dream Girl. Pl KAPPA ALPHA Adams, Fred Allmond, Jerry Blankenstein, Mark Boswell, Ellis Brantley, Gilbert Convers, Billy Cotton, Milam S. Culpepper, Moody M. Drever, John French, Bobby L. Fuqua, Fred Gough, O. B. Grant, Mark Griffin, Bobby Haas, Mike Harper, Earl Harper, Robert Hicks, Bob Houston, William Hutchinson, J. H. Hux, C. W. Langford, jerry Lightsey, Carl Long, John Lowery, Gerald McCarty, Ken Middleton, Robert H. Miller, David K. Miller, john Nelson, Bob Parker, Thomas Pearce, O. J. Pujol, Billy Richardson, Sebren Rogers, Billy Rouse, Charlie Sanders, Robert Simmons, Wade Slade, Larry Smith, Jimmy Strickland, Buddy K Sullivan, john Sumrall, Sidney R. Wells, Earl White, Roy Williams Bill Williamson George Yarborough Cecil Young John Zimmerman Leo Ili' KSLJZS Q y, i , i I .J . 4' Founded: University of Virginia, March DELTA MU installed December 10, 1949. Color: Garnet and Old Gold. Flower: Lily of the Valley. .W.-lr... JV! Vw 7' .52 f' 1 1 4 pl' 5, TU. 1' ' In tif Ha' . V, li f! ,db f- .J lx eil .- , X1 ,gf , A . X ' N ri :ky Y' ,f 4, .-"' .f , , f k - 3 x I . . U, Al A61 A 1 'u' x 11" mi- av- S' Va a .w 9 t . - f 5' . , 1 . - . 7, ,fa-I -'ag V, .X Qin . a i QA 1' -- a . i 'rf 'ff - 4' V' . .aae ' 1. V' V S 2-1 , gf- K AA ., I 531' f, ' n 45 f - M a , A A my ..,,, - . R ' Z' f ' 1 . - 'f"1 , , If p --W K' - .,.:. fail rf .,, .4, . xx M. A A " ' rl a A R - x I 5 'ww ' SUT . xl- s ,gf "' X 5 'mn . 'A ij , .gr wr 1"' I i 5 4' V, .ua .i W ' V 'cfs' 'S - A1 'TM' iz 1: . .. N "'.. ' N" I ' ' :ri KM' K f X" . ., ' ' Q . 'X 37 .. I I - " J M VA1. 5 8 if 4 ::1 'x 'gf is '-,. ""t,,. .s "V L ' ' A EN WM .V JIQ- fag 402 p x t c a V ln. f g fa ":. I . .. . ... . Iqvv :E , , V P sim, 37- H E --..,i2 ' , 4 ,' I -J!! " ' 'a Q9 1' .- 'L ., 'IIL ,, "ci " c ' t , ,.,,,.f ii x up N ' b nf X ilvu if fx ll . ,,i-- C " ' ' .... 4 H .. .'-,--:,l H W 1 , ,V nl fb" 1, , Yr 5 A 1 , ..,, n . 3 1,3 ,W as , - .. . ---' ng ' Q '.' 5 my -' , ,..,. ajf 1 J' ,V QE v' , .:..j 'qlu X15 5 iw U - x LQ ix 4 W V. W . ..,,. I. My , ,fr ' f an f I 3. 69 - .-7 7: ' ,.. 5' Am. 4"'L-' ,w if P1 'J' -J ,tx -.eff Y Ab f WW ...F 1, 1868. Vasc.- 3 . - by ,N i iv 'Y . 2 cv-'gf I ,-I " 2 . 7 iff 4? ,nw ." A'-'mi 53 A, 49" A '97 ' ' f , A, f -vi , L...- 3. 'Tu gist' fin, ,f .' Z ., ffl' '-8 .W 3? ul cfm, 7 -.. . , 1,,y3: ,h, - 4 : 'Y -, " :An . 4 f A 'A' at gs. i --... w.,',.4 .ash id' ,q,.4' 1 1 s 11' , XS V Ml, R sf, 5 U 1 3 mf we nr H, 4 2 . . 4 p t'i' V. 4 V Q . ' I , it fi 1 9 , ,A V 'dfw' '- OFFICERS President .................................................... Bob Mason Vice President .......................................... Craig Apker Secretary .,.,.,,,, .,,.... G avin Hamilton Tretzyurer ,,,,, ,,.,,.,, R oland Skinner Historian ...... ............ B Obby KeyS Checker Time WW, p Z i V I 2' W., , 4 N 'Q lx " ef H 1 Ii ! lx E' l I I J Z X!! Sigma Phi Epsilon Officers Sigma Phi Epsilon became the sixth social fraternity to invade our campus in the Spring of 1953 when the Sig Ep Colony, presided over by Bob Mason and sponsored by Mr. Jack Munn, became officially a part of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Though a new- comer to our campus, the SPE's have al- ready found their niche. At their recent Sweetheart Ball, Miss Ann Miller, a mem- ber of Delta Delta Delta, was announced as the first sweetheart of the chapter. Homecoming Float 1' '7 I aff' 9 i :Qi Christine Ladner, Sister, Ann Miller, Sweetheartg Mildred Laclner, X 'arf' fdlfc, J Sister. P 5 ya g f, n , Eg 'fn ' ' i.. wr 1 7 r-5 .v,,,,f+a5sL ' I 'hs if 6 - xqtlf . Citi!! M - ' '51' Not Pictured: ' 'A' " "1,Q, Ronald B. Skinner, Howard Cody, jack Parish, Paul Palmer, Robert Ladner, Bobby Gryder, jim Holland, Gilson Lemos, Glen Swetman, john Porter, Robert Long. 230 . - 4 -. .. -QQITP' N an-B5 P-4 4,4 hi:-61310 Apker, Craig Baker, J. H. Bassett, Robert Boatman, Ellis l I l I 1 ' Collins, Riley Freyre, Jorge Gray, John K. Jordan, Oscar R. I y Hamilton, Gavin 1 Keys, Bobby Mason, Robert L. Mashburn, Frank A. 1' 1 Founded.: November 1, 1901. M. S. C. chapter installed May 16, 1953. Colors: Red and Purple. Flowers: Violet and American Beauty Rose. SIGMA PHI EPSILUN ,X ,aww A R5 ,. K my C... -wg. 1 5 e at as 'l 'A -.4 7, ' f . 1. .I-W ,. ripfr, -, I B! M 'Inf' ig In 4 , we , I !,:..a 1 ,., L su., 1 as 5 , .fl Af "W , Y. , ,.fiL!35.,,N .Q x r "' ' iz-' 1 QA.. , 3- 3 F 'C A 'mf I auf! X . H, Q... -e-f .. ', 4. .. . -." ., we 4 ,-N ,..,, 1 ..,. . ..., -ste 1 -1V-- ,Q y v .--' 'Db ,, f . V. N' H -:"' f 'f,'f ,HW 5 li, 3 . . " is ,W il a . -A '1' " f " ' f 1, We . 1-'f1t . W Ilzuriu IIVI VIAV, ck , f ray X .3 A V,.v,.. ff 51 Q .nsi 1 ' , f' A .lf pi' XX, l 1 j ,W ,,- Smith, Bailey F. ...WN E x 231 5 i X lx -5 1 Am ,av ,ww ,, f-,:2'+ff-r 'B .. Q,R,y.,Q4 QNX .1 5: lg gi '-25 1 . V N. Qscf y 4 ,,..v"j: ' X s y ww . X ? L N Q-as I 45' 'io' 2633: "' '53 ' '-3-19 12" 1 ' A 3 2 'Q A 4 , . .. ,..,. . l 1 9? 'Q First Row: June Collier, Robert Thompson, John Henry Baker. Second Row: J. F. Walker, Betty Loeffel, J. D. Stringer, Jr., Robert Hall, Bill Eure, Williarn B. Jacks, R. B. Robertson. Third Row: John Davidson, Gloria Woods, Sylvia Horton, Henry DeWitt, Brantley Pace, James O. Wheeler. OFFICERS National Honorary Pre-Medical Fraternity . . . John Henry Baker 'v'--..-.-.--".A'.'- ---'.'.---... P resident encourages excellence in pre-medical work by fur- R be Th 6 . nishing a goal toward which the student may strive O ff ompson ""' """ V 'Ce P'e5'de"' . . . provides fellowship among students with june Collier ......... ............. S ecremry common interests . . . bridges gaps between pre- Dr. J. F. Walker -',--.- .."-- F acuity Advisor medical school and the school of medicine . . . in- stalled at Mississippi Southern on October 23, 1948 . . . takes part in school activities such as Career Day. ALPHA EPSILUN DELTA Q7 SEZH gf-M , W.. sur. Q First Row: Carolyn Mixon, Barbara Boardman, Marilyn Copeland. Third Row: Ruth Blackledge, Joan Courtney, Patricia Culpepper, Alpha Lambda, Freshmen's Women Honorary Fra- ternity, was recently organized on our campus to honor outstanding women of the freshman class who have made enviable records of outstanding scholarship. The fraternity aids the administra- tion with its annual orientation program and helps whenever possible those women students who have made failing grades in their academic studies. ALPHA LAMBD rms, ,4. at tr 55513 - I L LZ 1133392 EXW ,ow bs gs, 0- mm' 'firm NS.,- f? wr- 5 ,I- fsf Second Row: Laura Ann Wilber, Mary Baggett, Jeanne Brown. Anne Drury. Not Pictured: Georgene Goethals. OFFICERS Georgene Goethals ..,. ...,.......... .,.... P r esident Laura Ann Wilber ..... ....... S ecretary A OV' ALPHA PSI OMEGA OFFICERS Interest in drama and appreciation of dra- Bill Seay "--- .'----.-'.'.-.-.'-.-. -'.,-.......'-.-- D if env, matic art at Southern is promoted by Alpha , Psi Omega . . . National Honorary Dramatic Joan some """""""' """""' S 'age Mmmger Fraternity . . . on the campus since 1949 . . . Wiggie Matthews ..... ......... B usiness Manager outstanding achievements in college dramatics John Mullin .--.-.-- ----...-- F acuity Advisor are recognized by this society . . . member- ship is gained by earning points in acting, backstage work, and any related dramatic work . . . boasts 230 chapters. First Row: Zadie Webb, Nancie Stuart, Bill Seay, Joan Sollie, Wiggie Matthews. Second Row: William Earl Hill, Joanne Red, Evelyn Guillot, Mary Lou Powell, John Switzer, Mr. Mullin. Not Pictured: jean Whittington, Nancy Swetman, Ann Lynch, Laura Ann Wilber. .9 C? Q 'gfziifiriggxh -' I R txcd.-1 saw AME RICAN CHEMICAL S00 OFFICERS The American Chemical Society was installed at Joe Haining mmm-Presidmt Mississippi Southern College on 'April 6, 1949, Q I H D for the purpose of encouraging in the broadest ,T James Beldmg "-"" '-"""'- V 'ce pfendem and most liberal manner the advancement of 5 William B. jacks .... ........ S ecretary-Treasurer chemistry in all its branches. The society also I George G. Hum nutty Sponsor encourages high scholastic achievement among X, all its members and acquaints the students of l this department with medical chemistry. i l , First Row: Joe Haining, Reginald D. Butler, jr., Barbara Boardman, William B. Jacks, Robert Hall. Second Row: Shannon Clark, i : Verkuel Eubanks, James K. Smith, John C. Shamburger. Third Row: Jimmie Hutchinson, Thomas Wilson, James Belding, George i Hurst. X r 1 L y .51 S 'af X KF- fs IETY Wi! 4.57 92? may 11' f 'V .1' -1 .NSN - X 4"U"U1 -10 "'-"' -in-gf 'K' X., 8 First Row: Jeanie Rayborn, Cecelia Doby, Mary Stephens, Sue Minton. Second Row: Jack Hunt, Joan Stewart, Mary Jane Bailey, Joan Mangum. Third Row: Robert Stevens, Jean M.ills, Doug Mims. Fourth Row: Joe Rex Clark, John Britt, Don Stewart, Charles Barker. Promotion of spiritual development of students OFFICERS through Christian association and fellowship, ' ' Bible study, prayer, Church membership, and President ,,,,,,,,,............,.........,.............. Jeanie Rayborn Dt H denominational loyalty . . . serves as a mediator ggjnjzlzirgiigint ..'-.. .-.---. M afglesxghezs between Baptist students and local churches . . . , I , weekly meetings are held in'Science annex . . . Third Vue President ""' """" J ack Hum goal is "To know Christ and Make Him Se"e""9' """""""""" """ C ecelia Doby Known". . . sponsor of many religious and so- cial activities on the campus. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Q P , . I fha 1 K. A . 1 it First Row: W. B. Harlan, Floyd Bailey, Chester Baker, Jerry Quave, Thomas Brooks. Second Row: W. J. Williams, Noble Gordon Robert Milstead, Don Driskell, Edward McLain, Jerry Thompson. Third Row: Sam Anzalone, James Williams, Jack Hurst Mitchell Saba, Robert East, Jamie Taylor. Not Pictured: Alex Case, Ronald Fornier, Tom Pryor, Larry Harrington, William Hill Dr. Joseph A. Greene, Anthony Jiminez, Van Rogers, Fabio Goncalves, Wallace Majors. OFFICERS One of the objectives of Delta Sigma Pi, which Jerry Quave --'-. ."-.'-..-'..- P resident was installed on December 9, 1950, is to pre- . u . pare commerce students for participation in the Floyd Ballel' ----- ""-"' V 'ce P""5'de"' business world. Gutstanding businessmen and William Hill ........ ................ S ecretary men of commerce are secured to speak at meet- Mr. W. B. Harlan ....... ......... F acuity Advisor ings' Gamma Tau Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi began on Southern's campus as the Honorary Commerce Society on October 10, 1949. Later the group chose the name of Beta Alpha. Under this name they were admitted into Delta Sigma Pi as the third chapter in Mississippi. DELTA SIGMA PI 43,35- I 1 ELEMENTARY COUNCIL OFFICERS Composed of students expecting to teach the ele- Christine Ladner '-,,,,,q.-,,v,.4,,'.--.,,., ,A-,'..,,-,. p ,e,5de,,, mentary grades . . . Purpose: To further the Ella Ginn -mm-Vice President cause of elementary education and to establish Georgia Franklin -Wsecretmy-Treasurer a close bond of fr1endsh1p among its members . . . a student branch of the National Associa- tion for Childhood Education . . . outside edu- cators are brought in for lectures and forum dis- cussions . . . Sponsors such projects as the sale of Christmas seals for the benefit of the tuber- culosis fund. First Row: Lyndell Sorrels, Ella Ginn, Christine Ladner, Jane Eortner. Second Row: Sara Winstead, Georgia Franklin, Joan 'Smith u Cecelia Doby. Third Row: Sue Minton, Martha Turner, Edith Magee, Peri Stammreich. Fourth Row: Robert Stevens, Herbert P. Price. -t 'f ww. . . .wav-esww-fr-www ,qv-..,, 'UN 'C'-T7 Cz Aga Z Q7 -?'5s R -Us C7 0-' -. .Q g , f AEK ' I X inn 1 ,.. 15 x.-- --- has FUTU Organized at Mississippi Southern College in 1946 . . . received its national charter Decem- ber 11, 1946 . . . purposes are to interest the best young men and Women in education as a life-long career . . . to give practical experi- ence in working together in a democratic way to those who plan to be future teachers of Amer- ica . . . to familiarize teachers in training with the history, ethics, and program of the organ- ized teaching profession . . . to develop among young people an organization which shall be an integral part of state and national education as- sociations . . . local chapter named in honor of George G. Hurst, a former professor at Mis- sissippi Southern. First Row: Virginia Segrest, Judith Fortner, Dorothy Saucier, Joan Smith Second Row Ella Ginn Georgia Franklin Cecelia Doby, joan Warren, Betty Holcomb. Third Row: joan Mangum Sue Minton Molly Jane Welborn Edith Magee Fourth Rou Leo R. lvliller, Allen Mumm, Robert Stevens, Herbert P. Price, Aubrey K Lucas Not Pictured Frances Parkham Jack Thornton Bobby Gray. rw nr WM an-QW" , -YY!-.. if mg S RE TEACHERS UF AME Q I H., 3-"D l 1 , of ' -6 First Row: Betty Coats, Jo Lee Maples, Bernice Smith. Second Row: Carolyn Hall, Ouida Cantwell, Sudie Mae Williams, Miss Amelia Thompson, Bobbye May, Helen Ann Usher, Gloria Clay, Joan Warren, Billie Bailey. Second Row: Jane Coghlan, Nobie jones, Pearl Campbell, Mary Dean Skipper, Dorothy Saucier, Janice Austin, Bonnie Jean Byrd, Tommie Jean Smith, Grace Boyd, Sara Johnson, Martha Green, Betty Dennis. Membership open to all home economics majors or students who take courses in home economics . . . purpose is to stimulate interest in the field of homemaking and to promote a feeling of professional unity . . . founded in 1926 . . . one of Southern's oldest organizations . . . affil- iated with the American Home Economics Asso- ciation and the Mississippi Home Economics As- sociation. Helen Ann Usher Gloria Clay ........... Bobby May .... Sue Williams ...,. joan Warren ...., OFFICERS Vice HOME ECUNDMICSC President President .Secretary Treasurer .Reporter LUB - KAPPA Mu EPSILON i 1 f I OFFICERS National Honorary Mathematics Fraternity . . . ' Dorothy Proctor ----.L,4--.'--.--,-..----- .--.---..------ p resident provides a society for the recognition of out- K Spurgean Bradley mmnmvice President standing students in the field of. mathematlcs , , . . . helps the undergraduates realize the impor- I Sybil Kirk ....,......... ....... S ecretary-Treasurer , , .f ' tance of the role played by mathematics in the Mr' L' A-R1 e "" "Faculty Adww' development of the civilization of the western g hemisphere . . . founded for the purpose of fur- thering the interests of mathematics . . . colors: rose, pink and silver . . . flower: wild rose. r 4 I . v I First Row: L. O. Rife, Verkuel Eubanks, Dorothy Proctor, Sybil Kirk, Spud Bradley. Second Row: john jones, Jr., Gene Webb Hiller, James K. Smith, Charles R. Storey, Levon Ezell, William B. Jacks. 95 ---' "'f'r' 'fm - . a . .. y we .'i- ' '-,. l S L, fi" 5 .. H . Ely, f ii' I 'At ... F 1 ' if " fb. 1 ----'- .ls Y o Q ,wx 'Z' 4' -4.12 N1 . v I 5 f ,A Elf! cy Mo, - A 8 0 rf, KAPPA Pl OFFICERS jack Spence ........................v....v..... .............. P resident Harriet Tomlinson .... ....... V ice President Martha Anne Payne ..... ..............,... S ecretary Mr. Walter Lok ....... .........Faculty Advisor Purpose is to further the interest of students ex- celling in artwork . . . to provide a forum for the discussion of artistic forms and trends and to promote a general interest in the progress of modern art . . . membership limited to students who have made outstanding contributions to the art department of Mississippi Southern Col- lege . . . installed at Southern in the spring of 1949 as a National Honorary Art Fraternity. First Row: Sue Parkinson, Elaine Farris, Kay Freeman, Joan Beebe. Second Row: Harriet Tomlinson, Jack Spence, Martha Gates. Third Row: Don Roberts, John Bovard, S. E. Moore, Jr., Walter Lok. Not Pictured: Warren Fortenberry, Niles Cruth- irds, Martha Anne Payne. A 1 'C794' 0 2- Z' gp t IN f t 5 L E 1 5 3 . S First Row: Billy Jarrell, John Neill. Second Row: Herman Boland, Mickey Harrington, Bobby Watts, Tommy Wood, Richard Caldwell, Charlie Corn. Third Row: Hub Waters, Hugh Pepper, Bobby Posey, Jackie Hall, Brooks Tisdale, Jackson Brumfield. Fourth Row: Doug Barfield, Larry Harrington, Les Clark, Doug Mims, Jim Davis. Fifth Row: Leemon McHenry, Buzzy Clark, John Drever, J. Hugh Mitchell, Leonard Duff, Vaughn Jones. Sixth Row: Bobby Scott, Hamp Cook, Erskon Toomey, jerry Taylor, Nick Revon, Larry Rich. Seventh Row: J. T. Sheppard, Dave Fitzgerald, Cecil Williams, Jamie Taylor, Kenneth Massey, Sam M.iley, Fred Smallwood. Men who have earned a letter in one of the major OFFICERS varsity sports make up this organization . . . John Neill pnhg, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, p ,e,ide,,, meets regularly and sponsors various speakers Billy Jarreu ngglni .-4'..' V ice president and forums designed to give.future athletic di- Doug Mims hnlul .'-....-'-- S ecremm rectors a proper background in the fundamental Vaughn Jones luvnlg ..."'. T reamngr rules and regulations of the sports world . . . sponsors regular social activities for both mem- bers and the student body . . . takes part in cam- pus activities. -' " CLUB 4, Fw wi Xwlg "I if 4? S7 09 9 -4,0 A ,s v , sf 8 i First Row: George Magola, john Davidson, Lila Moses, Catherine Ann Bianca, Frances Reck, Johnnie Richard. Second Row: Eugene Benvenutti, David G. Sellier, Lionel Sellier, Anne Labella, Marjorie DuKate, Angela Guercio. Third Row: Mike Murphy, Mike Haas, John Miller, Kay Freeman, Mary Ann Hebert, William B. Jacks, joe Haining. Fourth Row: John Bevon, William McGinley. N ot Pictured: Father Walter Maloney. OFFICERS Founded in 1946, it creates a feeling of fellow- johnnie Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..., ,,.,,,..,,, P resident ship among the Catholic students as MSC . . . George Magola ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,.,, V ice President represents Southern at conventions of the Na- Catherine Anne Bianca .,.... .........,. S ecretary tiOl'lal NCWIIIZII Club . . . IIICCIS twice ii I11OI1th Lila Moses ,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,.,,,,,,. ,,,.,.4e,,.,,,,, T reggurer . . . helps its members to better understand the Miss Frances Reck ,,,,, teachings and practices of the Catholic Church. NEWMAN CLUB PHI DELTA Organized on this campus in 1941 and reorgan- OFFICERS ized in 1951, this honorary senior Women's fra- Mary Ann Lindsey President ternity has as its purpose the recognition of Mary Ellen Chapman .....,. ...,... V ice President scholarship and leadership among women S111- dents at MSC . . . requirements are attendance at Southern a minimum of five quarters main- taining average of "B" or better with no grades lower than "C". . . strives to promote high standards of democratic living . . . encourages service for others and development of the finer qualities of its members . . . emphasizes leader- ship, scholarship, and personal qualities of women. Left to Right: Laura Ann Wilber, Elsie Aikens, Ruth Blackledge, Sybil Kirk, Mary Ellen Chapman, Mary Ann Lindsey. RHO , 'Q I . 1 si' 3 s s 5 Yfviv-4-4v'1pwg-,Q-f,,, .,n.y,-,fggyi-Aw.. sw-Mm----V---...... .......-,..r...,,,,.c,.,w,m,M3p,n'wml ..- ill ,, D V Kr: '3 E 'C DELTA SIGMA Delta Sigma Pi . . . installed December 9, 1950 . . . to prepare the commerce students for par- ticipation in the business World. Outstanding businessmen and men of commerce are secured to speak at meetings . . . Gamma Tau Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi began on Southern's campus as the Honorary Commerce Society on October 10, 1949. Later the group chose the name of Beta Alpha. Under this name they were admit- ted into Delta Sigma Pi as the third chapter in Mississippi. OFFICERS PHI Jerry Quave ..... ...................... .......... P r esident Floyd Bailey ..... Willie Hill .......... Ronnie Fornier Vice President ........Secretm'y .......Tredsurer First Row: W. B. Harlan, Floyd Bailey, Chester Baker, Jerry Quave, Thomas Brooks. Second Row: Billy Joe Williams, Noble Gordon, Bobby Milstead, Don Driscoll, Edward McCain, Jerry Thompson. Third Row: Sam Anzalone, james Williams, Jack Hurst, Mitchell Saba, Robert East, jamie Taylor. 1 f IW x f wi . 1' f gfvfrwf '-3-Jw -1' i I f 45' fs., 9 1- Sf 5 4 9' First Row: J. T. Palmer, Doug Ferguson, Lloyd Sconiers, Bob Hicks, Dr. Cook, Dr. Switzer. Second Row: Dr. Davis, Dr. McLemore, Dr. Fortune, Don Kruger, Bob Mason, Wayne Wood. Third Row: Dr. Walker, Joe Haining, Richard Johnson, Frank Barber, Sprugeon Bradley, Jimmy Waits. Doug Ferguson Bob Hicks .......... Lloyd Sconiers Dr, Switzer ...... J. T. Palmer ....... OFFICERS ...............President ...........Vice President PI TAU S ecretnry-Treasurer ......Faculty Advisor ......Faculty Advisor Organized in 1942 for the purpose of recogniz- ing young men who are outstanding in all phases of college activities . . . its members have made notable achievements in such fields as scholar- ship, athletics, leadership, and extra-curricular activities . . . limited to a small per cent of total male students and faculty members. 249 rg , ' ,fir -. ,ifajk-f','4 , 2 gf Neff ffkifif 1 'nfwgff f w f 1. rsw X, f I Q . 4,51 - 7 i C I I 'f 'Tl'-g gi F ii-Qlfmi X ig -f-,VM --Q ,, E... 47' oFHcERs President ............................. Spud Bradley Secretary ............................ Elanor Womack A 4 Treasurer ...... .....,. B ob Milstead X . X LJ WESLEY FOUNDATION Under the leadership of Rev. Sam Barefield the Wesley Foundation is the association of Methodist students on the campus . . . meetings are held weekly in the "Upper Room" on the second floor of the Science building . . . The Wesley Foundation has as its ultimate goals fellowship, deeper understanding of the Christian faith and perpetuation of the word of Jesus Christ. Ist Vice President ........ Ella Frances Ginn 2nd Vice President ........... Aubrey Lucas WESTMINISTER FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS Ben Hillsman ..., ........................ ......... P 1' esident Betty Loeffel ...... ...... S ecretary Robert Mathis ------ ........ T reasurer Christine Wing .... ...... R eporter Seated: Robert Mathis, Betty Loeffel, Ben Hillsman, Christine Wing, Lindsey, Barbara Boardman, Mary Ruth Clayton, John Hillsman. A member of the state Westminister Fellowship Organization . . . a group of Southern Presby- terian Church students . . . proposes to foster fellowship for Presbyterian students . . . repre- sents Southern in State Westminister Fellowship Conference . . . aids in bringing Christian ideals to the campus. Shirley Chain. Standing: Peri Stamrnreich, Adair Bates, Dale ,, I M , K f'i,'f:,,Jl f .V .--,- ,,,::,,,,::A,l: - , ',,, . . Y ., ,.,1. Mig- na ...,,.,,.,.,,,,. , ...,,,,,,,.,,.:,, ,.,:,..,.,,,,,,,.,,.. Ln. A , .,.,,,,,,.,., , 5-,fff,,3fTW' as r yar , a a, N ,V ,,,,,. .,.. if tl : ,fu va. -' X ., I S 4 W Q? , ' 213 X A x A l., Q' ' X, I Q, A KN livrv . I Jf p V9 T27 'QL757 3 T 09 .ff 417321 Q9 W 3 4 05" iff' Q72 I . I . I. ' ' , , I 0 D 0 Q 0 s I . I I 5 I ' Q O I O -Af- '7 - f A A .NJ 9 ', 0 0 0 on Q '-fi 1 I " If ow. 0 0 o no :wi .," ' ' " " ' " wsu . .s , ' L? I 5 'O 1 First Row: Al Jean Holifield, Jeannette Weathersby, jerry Breeland. Second Row: Ouida Davis, Joy Turman. Third Row: Betty jo Simpson, Elizabeth Watkins, Jeannine Canaan. Fourth Row: Betty Sue Gamble, Joan Moody, Jerry Alexander. Fifth Row: Frances Davidson, Zadie Webb, Jan Ratliff. Stresses importance of sportsmanship . . . mem- OFFICERS bers try to live up to the standards of good con- Jeannette Weathersby ......,....... .............. P resident duct while participating in a sport as well as A1 Jean Holifield ......... ............. V ice President being a spectator . . . composed of girls who Jerry Breeland .... ,......r S ecretary-Treasurer are interested in athletics and recreation . . . sponsors intramural sports and basketball games with the women faculty members as opponents . . . organized at M. S. C. during the fall of 1948. Q WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 4115's Q -,SK Y... QFFICERS To promote an interest in the church and its Joan Mangum ---... --.-.'-.----..------ ----....----- P T esidem wgfk amgng young women on the C21I1'1Pl1S - - - Sue Minton Mllun .'-'-- V ice President a Baptist Organization that seeks to train its Sue Roberts ----.---i--- -.-'.--.-. S ecretary members in the eVangCliCal WOl'k of the Church Etta Mae Reynolds 'llsnh T,-emure, . . . meetings are designed to offer spiritual en- lightenment and to prepare women students for an active part in all phases of church activity. First Row: Joan Mangum, Sue Minton, Sue Roberts, Etta Mae Reynolds. Second Row: Mary Jane Bailey, Mary Stephens, Blanche Hathorne. Third Row: Sybil Kirk, june Geiger, Mary Anne Hood, Jeannie Rayborn. Fourth Row: Peggy Armstrong, Cecelia Doby, Virginia Ryan. Fifth Row: Joan Smith, Annette McCaffery, Joan Stewart. Not Pictured: Carol Sue Batson, Sue Freeland, Sue Jenkins, Joan Mobley, Rose Parsons, Mary Jo Runnels, Sue Williams, Dorothy Saucier, Joyce Cooley, and Mrs. Riley Mundy. .aw-N av' QW' 'IK' rf? 3' 'lsr' is AVS" ,.- 2 W 'VW IU Ar' Uv- ,ei-1-is f 'I' 41' 1 7 ,,,V .vi sf Wa W' -if ' mm-W 'ggi ' 44 fl r 'wav' ln. fl . f,z.fJ"W a, ., wing? .N - '..' 'Wat' 3,40 .,,..sal 109 , if :9 Wifi 40 36 1' W 1 2 X Q0 it all ff- 'jf 'b":,fh-:E - f"':,,,' n f"vv"'2ff1""' M' 'fn nl"':,, 'H' w""Qfn "'5e':"-b-':w'e1.1 tw 'elf' jj an Fa '41 Wffign ' 'vv""'L wwf:-ll' v-.,1n1-Q,,ff'?'f,,,,,. 111 udvf, is A '-iq an zf2ff,:W,, '.,l 1'Hm,,2'g"w" Q Wff' ,pcb , .ww -e1 was qu' ' 4 MM A ,, , W 1 1.0" , ,- ' ' It fwfr.. ,,,,4,l4'ql1o gp, , fiirfzil-II nl ,V PY' ' 91494 ' ww va "'f,p 'gf' r -4' 15 35 .fx fr n 35 29 .v .1 5 . ' 594 ' 6 - av l"',.'j as ii 9 6. W, ii p 14 M i J, M1 1-M Composed of students chosen the vesper choir makes one at Xmas time Messiah" an pring. Und ' ' rank Earl ne Arts Division, by audition, two annual tours, to present Hande1's "The d another during the S ' er the able direction of F Marsh, jr., Head of the Fi this group maintained the fine reputation it has achieved over the years Mississip i - P Southern is quite proud-and justly so-of its student choir-no doubt sissippi and one of p South. the best in Mis- ESPER CHUIRM 'IA ' 'sa gf r-fwf, '1 'IF n , ',","- in X' 44.3 ,. 'f - fl Q fi A ,Qi W . .. Wm 3 Q 9 9 9 r fi n n Q- ,n, R fn 0 ,, 5? ' fi X? gl V'!i i if B s .fs if n 0 6 - 9 " nn 0 if ' A--1' Alai 'Wi Hattiesburg Choral Union Folk Singers 25 5 0 in oy- gf' ' -V A: A ' V V ,Wm .sy A' A9 V' nh 'xx Q, 'ze 4 f' 'fy A gk' 5' .,,x,. -ax- -U. The Southern Players, under the capable direction of John Mullin, Director of Dra- matics, and Philip A. Macomber, Technical Director, have made a pleasant contribu- tion to the entertainment side of student life during the present year. Outstanding productions have included "Ladies in Re- tirement," "The Blind One," and "The Taming of the Shrew." The players-as well as the entire administration and stu- dent body deeply regret losing our capable Director of Dramatics, Mr. John Mullin. His contributions to campus life have been many. Good Luck, Mr. Mullin. SOUTHERN PLAYERS "THE SCENES vi ,QJ""""""QN3 X I BEHIND THE SCENES flu xw'n,Z.T"J, '5- """-1..,..,,,!N.Tq ,. 257 V u , 3? 1 'Xb' I ah X 3 Q32 ff If! ff 4 I W . J, ., Director ,E 6 Fw 4 , ...ne-.65 I3 WF-..-q,,,, Lf: 4' ef FX ,C432 ' egae.f,L?f9-a?-f?tq4,p, me Q H af e ,FJ ag Q -y k,-- f 9 Q ' t fS57ef 4 - fy S 3 V L8 339 7 ,i4753'.-I N ll , . L ,.. ,PW , ,.,.. as L41 ?'lP'Jgf" v 'rc' .af Q l all l X K, W ,f 1953 FOOTBALL RESULTS Un1v of Alabama Parrls Island Marmes Un1v of Tampa Southwestern La Inst Southwestern La College Memphis State Florida State Univ Loulsnana Tech Umv of Georgla Umv of Chattanooga SUN BOWL Texas Western I 5 I a 1 LEONARD WILLIAMS sets up winning score against Alabama. 1 X WM ff 'X iff, M i In JZ, Q XR JACKSON BRUMFIELD Ccaprainl Elm' PEPPER goes after Alabama. MSC First Downs A., .,,,... Net Yards Rushing ......,,., Passing Yardage ..,,..., Passes Attempted ....,.s. Passes Completed .......... Passes Had Intercepted .,........ ......,, 0 Punts ...............,.,.,..,,.,,,,, Punting Average .,...... Fumbles Lost .......... Yards Penalized .,..,,,,,,,, Head C oach "PIE" VANN 25 - ALABAMA 19 Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 18-The SOUTHERNERS graduated from the knee-pants division of the South's Football Powers when they knocked off the University of Alabama's mighty Crimson Tide 25-19 in Montgomery. In 1947 they had advanced from the "Diaper class" with a win over another Southeastern Conference team, Auburn. Southern's victory over the heavily favored Tide can be ranked alongside most any upset in the past decade. 'Bama was GRANTLAND RICE'S pre-season choice as the "No. 1 Team in the Nation," and was ranked as good as fifth by the majority of the Country's experts. Many rated Coach Red Drew's outfit as the team to beat for the South- eastern Conference Championship. The winning touchdown, which came with eight and a half minutes remaining in the game, was set up by one of the most remarkable pass catches in history. Sophomore Leonard Williams, who already had dealt a pair of devastating blows to the Tide, made the sensational grab of a desperate-but-accurate throw from quarterback Billy Jarrell. MSC ALA. 1'-' 13 11 ...,...,..268 218 vs 65 1"n::.:-rf 6 15 4 7 39.6 41.0 Pepper Goes All the Way. W X W W I W JIM BRASHIBR Back JIM BRASHIER goes around end. MSB-40 PARRIS ISLAND MARINES-0 Hattiesburg Sept. 26 Starting slow, the Southerners gathered momentum and com- pletely dominated the 1952 East Coast Service championship squad, which presented a lineup filled with former collegiate stars. Jarrell and Davenport were the big guns but drew a lot of support from Southern's runners and the bruising defensive line play. Davenport passed for two touchdowns, while jarrell scored once on a bootleg play and set up a second tally with a brilliant punt return. After early sparring, the Southerners exploded midway of the first quarter with Fred Smallwood, who was filling in for Bucky McElroy, showing the way. Smallwood broke around end for 45 yards and a first down to the Marines three and on the next play, slanted off tackle for the touchdown. jarrell added the point. After the Marines had stopped the Southern drive on their own seven, Jarrell took a punt by quarterback Rod Lashon the PI 45, and threaded his way down to the eight before he was stopped. Two plays later, Pepper exploded for the score standing up. Davenport converted. Minutes later, Hamp Cook recovered a fumble, and Davenport quickly converted the break into a touchdown by passing to end Hub Waters. Extra point was no good. Pepper and jim Brasier picked up consecutive firsts and then jarrell went over from the eight on a bootleg play with nobody close. The fifth score came on a three yard pass from Davenport to Tommy Wood and climaxed a 78-yard drive. i fb , -. .., -- Z ' .ff I 1 t., F ' it J t ,, 3 3 .gs . '- 5 . -5 .. , , , f 4,,- . .- 1, .Q ,F ' A i . .7 , 4 , ' si 1T,w:,'a- If ' ' M . aj' 'Q' YSW A , 1 - 1 . we ,- 'fn , rf.--f Q- -, - ' ,..f. -, Q- Nici- .Y j -.5 . ,, K: ft-x .. L . '- , gt... , ,.. zu..,., . my-aw aid. . J T SHEPHERD RICHARD CALIJWELL Buzzv CLARK Liss CLARK fAlternate Captain! N End Tackle Center MSC 40 Parris Island Marines 0 MSC PIM First Downs ..,............. ........ 8 0 Net Yards Rushing ......., ....,.,, 2 Sl 122 Passing Yardage .....,,. .....,.. l 23 4 Passes Attempted ............ ,,....,.. l 6 5 Passes Completed .................... .... 8 2 Passes Had lntercepted ......,... ..... 0 l Punts .................,................. ......... 4 ll Punting Average .,...,...... ..,,..,,. 3 9 29.4 Fumbles Lost ....,..., .. 3 Z 265 Yards Penalized . .,,.,, , . , 55 ZS ,gg . wwf fa. Q Z if Pepper catches aerial for yardage. f , ,f ,xi fwff f'f X 0, ,,,, ,,,, ! bg 4 X ,xzewf ,W W .-: '2:'x .-:-:-:1:3:5'- X .::53:::::-:iw ff wx : -y-:,-2, f -. , 'Sufi ' V t "'.f+k., 1 Fira ' -1: grkisiiiii' .-:1:-S:5:3'5: " :-:-sq:-:-:P-: BOBBY Posnv X Back ,, :ef1Ssfsfs: -:-:+:c-:v:-.-s.- :-'E-:-:-:-:!:'I9 S-r:3:51i:: xc.-fa.: X x -:::gc?c-Q , :N-:I:l: f-:I :I .N we QW In .,.. V sam- if , 'E+' A scramble for the ball. 2 fa f f 1 I I I I I I I MSC-42 TAMPA-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. Oct. 3 Hugh Pepper started the Southerners scormg in the first quarter when he romped 43 yards into the Tampa end zone. Scoring next came mid-way in the second period, when Eddie Car- denas cut off tackle and went 38 yards for the second victors' touchdown. Billy Jarrell's pass in the second half of the game was intercepted and Tampa went for a touchdown, which was their only tally of the game. The extra conversion was no good. On the next play, Pepper sprinted from the Southern 43 off tackle again, down the sidelines and chalked up the third touchdown, with Davenport adding the extra point. Smallwood made the next touchdown by plowing into the end zone for TD with Davenport booting the point. Early in the final period, with second and third team platoons in for Southern, Davenport passed to Bill Bolling at Tampa's 10 and sped for Southern's fifth touchdown. The final marker came when Pepper raced 34 yards in one play fol- lowing a Tampa punt. Davenport as if kicking extra points was an automatic procedure with him, booted his sixth straight conversion. I II I I I I BUCKEY MCELROY ,HUGH L. PEPPER BILLY JAERELL JACKIE Howmm I Back Back Back Back I I i L I I T L E N I ALL-AMERICAN Q HUGH L. PEPPER I I I I B . X! 'ff ,f Wag! f W ff fa? I, f X 1 ff 4' I 1 115:23 ff X f I 5 f K 9 f " f X 'Q xi 6 W f If K if if f f Af , ff' 4 , ygwfz fffyfwm ,A 1 , ,z MA: -s LEONARD WILLIAMS catches pass against Alabama. LEONARD WILLIAMS End SOUTHERN is pushed out of bound by Georgia. MSC -41 SLI-14 Lafayette, La. Oct. 10 Southern came from a 7-7 halftime tie to score 41-14 win over Southeastern Louisiana Institute for a 14th straight regular season victory and fourth win of the '53 season. SLI took a 7-0 lead when Pepper fumbled on the Southerns 27. From there they marched to the Southern Two and went on over for the touchdown and conversion. Southern came back with a touchdown pass from Davenport to Caldwell being nullified by a penalty. But a minute before the half, McElroy climaxed a 53 yard march by crashing over from the one. He and Jim Mason had led the drive with a seven yard pass from Davenport to End Leonard Williams setting up the score. McElroy added the point to tie the half time score. In the second half Southern came back strong. Caldwell recovered a fumble on the SLI 36 with Southern marching with the second score. McElroy personally accounted for 34 of the 36 yards and went over for the seven. He converted. Eddie Cardenas ran 25 yards to score while a 31 yard pass from Jarrell to Wil- liams, following runs of 17 and 12 yards by Mason. jerral tossed a 75 yard scoring pass to Erskine Toomey to put Southern ahead 34-7. Southern struck again with their last touchdown made by Brooks Tisdale, with the valuable helD of Billy Montgomery and Peddy Walker. SLI got its final score in the last 30 seconds of the game on a 17 yard pass which followed a 25 yard run. ff BILLY MONTGOMER an 1 er in fi ." :Ki Ns..--ff" Y DOUG M1Ms JOHN NEIL ERSKIN TOOMEY Tackle Guard Emi MSC 41 SLI 14 MSC SLI First Downs ............................................ 13 14 Net Yards Rushing ....... ......... 2 80 214 Passing Yardage .......... ...... 1 0 60 Passes Attempted ..,...,.. ...... 4 8 Passes Completed ..........,.. ..... 1 3 Passes Had Intercepted ....... ..... 1 1 Punts ...............,......,.......... ..... 5 7 Punting Average ........... ......... 3 0 26 Fumbles Lost ,....,.,..,,, ......... 3 1 Yards Penalized ,.,,.., ,.....,.. 7 5 20 269 SOUTHERN is set back with loss of yardage. 4's...f' MIMS comes in for the tackle. .Ca HAMP Cool: Guard MSC-7 SDUTHEASTERN-0 Hattiesburg Oct. 17 In one of the most bruising defensive games of the season, Missis- sippi's only undefeated and untied team, Mississippi Southern, nudged Southeastern Louisiana College 7-0 in the battle of the unbeatens before the largest crowd ever to see a game at Faulkner Field. Southerns' 15th consecutive regular season victory was the most difficult one as sixty-minute man Bucky McElroy and Jim Mason sparked Pi Vann's team to their toughest triumph since Vann became coach here five years ago. Southern marched 84 yards for the winning marker in the third quarter with McElroy and Mason shouldering the burden of the drive. After driving into South- eastern territory, Billy Jarrell gained 22 yards on the bootleg play. McElroy blasted for 14. and Mason garnered five before Mason cracked over from the three, McElroy added the extra point. Southern gained 281 yards total offensive to 215 for Southeastern. Southern lost a touchdown just before the game ended as Bill Boling dropped McElroy'S 53 yard pass on the Southeastern one-yard line. Mason and Smallwood played the halfback slots in place of the injured Pepper and Braishier. This was Southeastern's second defeat in Two seasons, both by SOUTHERN. 27552: , T: ,,.. -1: -3 :1 Q -- 221 --,, .' 9 52,2 i . 2' f ui we M wk 1-f A ,.,. , ,. gp as 3525 523 , ' 2 W'E2g11f.?3g,'-llfffflf-ffi , , fzfifgy gs2'fQf.f,35Q tying? :Lrg ' leaf: , fr-52am ' t'- A 15' TOMMIE Woon LEEMON MCHENRY BILL WARD JACK SPERACINO Back Back Center Center hw hd' www all x f f 4 . W4 x 4: '9 ,X JARRELL is carried off field after victory over Alabama. 4 f I 67 fkd 1, f H9 if Q"x xx-4. . ,... H J' . ga. -, nm N 'N X X un GE pink' nun,s-xxx Does hc catch ir?? JIM DAVENPORT Back 1 1 ff' ' fmw Q 'N S325-SA " N qsgg u - Xxx 5 N X X -Vx .K KN 'N xt 4 N f Q , . . "' - QNX -' 4 in -' ""' N' 'W A- - AfZg0?Qfx?fH P ' ' f ,- ' g Z '???g2?dil fj?f:'f.Zgggggf V ffjiyy 1 ... f47, 'f'i5Fgg'347, MSC 13- MEMPHIS STATE 27 Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 31-Southern's regular season winning string of 15 games was broken as the Memphis State Tigers scored a 27-13 upset victory. After a scoreless first period Pepper went 27 yards for a second quarter touchdown and McElroy converted to make it 7-0. Memphis State recovered Bobby Posey's fumble on Southern's 14 and went on to make a first down and then on for a touchdown which tied the game 7-7. In the third period Memphis State moved to the Southern two and plunged over to put them ahead. In the first minute of the fourth quarter jarrell raced 32 yards on abootleggplay for tying touchdown but the conversion was blocked. Memphis State returned the ensuing kickoff 77 yards and converted. A few minutes later they reeled off an 85 yard jaunt and again converted and that was the ball game. 5 -an wi . .1 Q. QL-Ji' .2 f ,tip z, rd' A '-'Q H , If V Q. E N QQIII 1 N V iii .p 1 .. Awgwwwlmvw 5, as Q , M , I' I , p I . . is 7 - 7 t V . 1 M ai 7 L. T. HERRMANN L OTTIS SHATTLES BILL BOLING FRED SMALLWOOD Guard Guard End Back PEPPER makes another T.D. l Ml 0 Both teams leap in vain. L4 " ' 41" 'ff' if F x I i I f Q 1 ,,.,,,,e,...i J, 1 7 0 -,ff, f, DOUG BARFIELD Q Back i 1 w If JZ . fm! 4 f' , j ', if f f ,ff .. 6.WWz4W4fi ' , ll if 1 I if I . 3 X f 4 .,f, 5 f, ,ff Q jf f MQyWAMMQv6Ww,,,4M . ::g:2.g. X ' j I , X 1 Z If 1 ff! 4 ff X , 1 J PS 1 Mic , we f ' X Q I ,, 69 9 X M , "1-F. f .- X Z X I Til" ff . K X ' 4 ff f 312: we "1'11ir.- ff' ff 'Q If ,, f X ffc 1 f' fy! 5 Zami, :Q:E:E:1:3:5: , M 1 N X Z Z!!! Xxx QWV ,Z V V 1 ffh " ' C M WWW , if, f if gf 'J K KQV ,. :I:3:575:EEEEf5E- J' r ' yy! ' :.,:.-:E35E:2:E:2:2' f ff , Muff -' Aw' "" ' f , wwf' , 'Z , ,af?fff?4f' ay f5f42ff4f1 'f 'Jia !2MfQ'f' :::::::5:"' ,' fly ZZVL ff' 2 WM , , .: eff' ,A ff ' .. . 4Mjf,,f,f, fy f 1 ,nnfffbfy - f f,,,,, ,, .'-' -4.-'7f. ' ,fx ' f '?f , f , f Z7 f f VW' " ZWWZWW 4 Q 5 f , , . 5, . 'I MIX, ,, ,-"l , : - , , ,I ,yi 2 ff ffm' ' f ff' ' "'f7Q354-P24. if 1' A252-1-:-:-:-:-za-" ,f ff f , yweaeaieaiseafa ,,,, , U Gaia? , , f 4 WM V19 ' ff 04 W f f ,, ,I 0 fWL fp , w fn, SOUTHERN tries to get out of this one helplessly. MSC-21 FLORIDA STATE-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. Nov. 7 Halfback jimmy Mason scored two touchdowns to lead Southern to a 21-0 victory over Florida State University before 11,000 homecoming football fans. Southern drove 8 yards to six plays late in the first quarter for the first touchdown with Mason carrying the ball for the last 39 yards. Early in the third quarter Mason plunged four yards to score to climax a 71 yard drive. Several minutes later Bucky McElroy scored from the one after Jarrell passed to End Hub Waters for several yards. McElroy kicked all three points. Southern outgained Florida State 362 yards to 202. Waters caught four passes for 111 yards before he was injured in the fourth period. W? .nl f Fix -"f",'-'ff - nu" '. f "ff W H5 L32 im "ig 1.9-'1-9 g - .- , - x-.- Ny, 4, J, , A Y, ,gs .af .Q JIM DAVIS CHARLEY CORNE Bo DICKENSON EDDIE CARDIENAS Tackle Guard Back Back MSC 21 FLORIDA STATE 0 MSC FSU First Downs .......... ........ 9 5 First Down Passes .... ........ 6 6 Total First Downs ..... ........ 1 5 11 275 J 5, Z 1 7, 2 7, ,, f1, JIMMY COX tries for a TD. 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V: -- me .Eff :,iwi14.. 1323-W'-' H 'V 'ia , " Ma1'2 1 X . .-':2?I4-Q-' yr .4-'4,rf ,Q 1 s , 3 gs . ' 1 f I . ' 1 fl 1- ,uf I ps 'HN 'Y fs 25- 1. ,qqmf .w '4 1,15 ef' 5 qv 1 . V ,. 1 n W . ,i ' 1 ya' N k ' 12, 'v 5 .F " 'L '- .: A9 ' ' . -.5 Y Q DAVE FITZERALD Guard SOUTHERN is knocked out of bound. JT, MSC-30 LOUISIANA TECH-0 Ruston, La. Nov. 14 Quarterback Billy jarrell threw two touch- down passes and End Hub Waters and Halfback Laurin Pepper scored twice each to lead Mississippi Southern to a 30-0 football victory over Louisiana Tech. jarrell hit Waters with an eight-yard scoring pass and threw 31 yards to Pepper for a score. Pepper got his second touchdown on a 15 yard run and Waters scored again on a 12 yard pass from quar- terback jim Davenport. Southern tackled Tech quarterback Jim Coleman in the end zone for a fourth period safety. Bucky McElroy converted four times. CARI. BBTHEA TERRY BRINSON LARRY RICH Louis LABELLA Guard Guard Guard Guard MSC 30 LA. TECH 0 MSC TECH First Downs .................. ......... 2 2 9 Net Yards Rushing ...... ......... 2 59 68 Passing Yardage ...... ......... 1 26 44 Passes Attempted ........ ..... 1 5 11 Passes Completed ................ ..... 9 5 Passes Had Intercepted ........ ..... 2 0 Fumbles ............................ ..... 2 2 Fumbles Lost ................ ..... 2 0 No. of Punts ......... ..... 2 6 Punting Average ....... ..... 3 9 38 Penalties ................... ......... 9 5 Yards Penalized ....... ......... 7 1 41 277 ,iw - Y - I fr' ' ' hu 2 0 'i 'i-'11 Q I Q ' ,- A D 1 ,Q 'V 4 , . 9 2-, I m H, ' C ., " " , , 'f-ev A ' A F A, bf" , D, V fM'f'f"' gm Q 2 7 it ' I 4' ,. zp gugf f f , , 114 1 1 f ggi p 3 , -1.1 94 +" tQ ' 37, ' 2. .I PEPPER on kick off return from behind oal line. 8 f ,, ,Q,,,,QM,ummX ,, ffA ', ., ' X ff 1 I yjiwyjhfff ,lf WL' It : . 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Nov. 21 Mississippi Southern cracked the Southern "Hall of Fame" for the second time this season when they blasted the University of Georgia 14-0 at Jackson Memorial Stadium with 23,000 fans jammed in to see the clash which was the largest crowd in the history of the stadium. Pepper broke up the scoreless duel just before halftime when he intercepted one of All-American quarterback candidate Zeke Bratkowski's passes on the Georgia 42 and followed a wave of inter- ference into the end zone at opposite side of the field. McElroy was the leading ground gainer, butting his way for 79 yards and scoring the final Southern touchdown on a one yard plunge through the middle. He also kicked both extra points, played a sterling defensive game and punted out of bounds on the Georgia two-yard line. McElroy wound up with 79 yards in 17 tries and Pepper netted 73 in 14 tries. QF' ff ,amen ,,ghfffg1x,.,3w, ,V :A V, f , .. 5 , g Ag y lgz. fr 1 A x I if -Q i ii iii, If 411531 'Jkt iliv 'A 1 '5f25iiis2S?1'iffiiiZ3i f7'l?5"L:wf1-if fs 'i "t' S I? " H 1' X 'f DoN OWENS DENMAN BRUMFIBLD PEDDY WALKER LLOYD L1NToN Tackle Tackle Back End MSC 14 GEORGIA 0 MSC GA First Downs ..,,........... ...... 8 13 Net Yards Rushing ....., ......... 8 1 186 Passing Yardage ....... ......... 8 3 92 Passes Attempted ........ ......... 2 4 17 Passes Completed ............ ...... 8 5 Passes Had Intercepted ..... ...... 0 4 Punts ...,....................,t...,., ...... 6 9 Punting Average ....,,. ......... 4 5.4 27.2 Fumbles Lost .......... ...... 2 4 Yards Penalized .... ........ 5 8 89 279 PEPPER takes off for a First down against Parris Island Marines. A f, lr10n,.m,.. - f A ,7 . M7 f j, C ,W li , f 'Z f, f, yf! ,XWWWMWZ ' WMM X g' - ' ,ff f f , N X fi? 9 1'P1Zf,Mf w 15 f -4' , 577' fl Wffnf I ZW ' ,f ,Y if , W 74 f , O Haig. Us xi! It , vii :x x warn.. 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The game winning touchdown came after an 82 yard drive with McElroy going over from the one-foot line on fourth down. Southern marched for their first score from the opening kick- off, going 80 yards with Pepper making the last stride. mm..-Q ,gs Sy. 4 1: - -can-.-445 f J BRooKs TISDALE HUB WATERS J. HUGH MITCHELL HUEY Husssn 1 Back End Tackle Center 5 . WV, 52' Msc 33 cHATTANooGA 19 ' OPP . MSC gf' First Downs .............. ..... 1 0 9 " Q . Net Yards Rushing ..... .... . 5 4 --a,' 1 Nm Passing Yardage ,..., ........302 161 ."' f" A Passes Attempted 13 10 V' ,if 5gsf'f,,'3 vqlvs ' Passes Completed ....... 6 5 Q Passes Had Intetcepted ...,, 2 0 ----------------------s------- 9 6 11 Q Fumbles Lost ....., 2 3 wma Yards Penalized ,.,... ,.... 5 5 40 'sr 2 8 1 f 1 v , .- '.,, p -lip' 'Q U .-Y?- N, ..,, I. ,. Q W .5 Q, 1: P ,tx 571-79 if-iris, 35:17.-12 W " 1 Ts' . '1 ,Z i fssKfss?s'f25t'J?i?:3f?5iigifs. si-sniff 4 JERRY TAYLOR jimmy MASON 1 End Back f 951 X ff ,ff BOWL 'a xv' 4,2 ,147 Q - I !, .1 , , ' gf , QS f ,- Q. bait 7 N X xx 282 may f, 1 I. ,, 6'-:ff ' I . A I. ICK SHINAUT for Texas Western. KNO. 205 boots field goal 4. 4 I x ,fk 1 I fe 1 M x 5 f P 1 I i 4 J 1 R Hi Nl ,TMR HOA NOEL MCCORMICK C165 Texas Western Fullback, steps into the end zone for the MINERS' fourth touchdown against SOUTH- ERN. The one-yard sprint gave the Miners a 50-0 edge in their 37-14 win. Players are BUzzY CLARK 4769 L.T. HERMANN 1697 and JACK SPERACINO C555 of SOUTHERN. S WESTERN 37 MSC-14 TEXA - 283 M f Q , N 1 lg , A I pm. f 1 x 1 I ! X If 5 N44 r , I rv 1 v-J ff' : S.. f I I A If ' S .-T-, X , D .gs fy. 0.o'o 0 0 0 0 5 a 22:2 I-2-2 V N f W H -A First Row: Vaughn jones, John O'Keefe, Nick Revon, Coach Lee Floyd Mickey H arnngton Mutt Watts Bob Weathers.SecondRow:Lee Luckey, Roger Penn, Truman Williams, Sam Hollingsworth Ronnie Robin Wayne Lee 1 Date November November December December December December December December December December January January January January January January ' January January January January January February February February February February February February February February February THE SOUTHERNERS 1953-54 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Opponent Howard College to reeeee.. L. 28-Belmont College , L,r,,L,LL, L 1-Southwestern Louisiana LL,L 4-Hamline University ,.,.L,,,, Hamline University ,,LL, ,,,LL,L,,,LLr Southeastern Louisiana LL,,L,LL,,,,,, ,, Culver-Stockton reLL..,.L,LLLLLLe. -NAIA Christmas Tournament NAIA Christmas Tournament LL,LL,.. 5 12 14 17-NAIA Christmas Tournament 18 19 4 -Springhill vs. N. Texas State eLLeL,L,L Southern vs. Stetsonr L,-,LLLLrLr L 5-Consolation Game . r...,.. . and Finals LLL,LL.,LrL..r ,, 7-North Texas State r,LrrLrL, 14-Spring Hill ......,,,rL. rre., 16-R- E. A. ,,,, 1 ,,LrLrr 18-Loyola University 19-R. E. A .r.r.........LLLLr.,L, 21-East Texas Stater-..-... 28-Memphis State ,,,,,,, , ,.,,,.,e,,,, 29-Louisiana Tech eLLr...........,L.rLLLL 30-Southwestern Louisiana .,...,L 2-Southeastern Louisiana ,.,,..v.,, 5-Georgia Teachers College ...,.e. 6-Xavier University LLLL... , .....,. - 9.. 12-Louisiana Tech .,,,.,,r 13-Centenary College eL,L.. Centenary .,,,,LLL.,,,L,,,,,,,,-,,,,, Place L 1LLLLLau1'el L,e,.,,Hattiesburg Lafayette .L.L,1Hattiesburg Hattiesburg mL.r,Hattiesbu1'g .-....,-,,,H21ttlGSbll1'g' Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile lSr. Bowlj fSr. Bowlj iSr. Bowlb fSr. Bowly Hattiesburg r,ee ,Mobile Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Jackson Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Hammond Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Hattiesburg .LW,.,Ruston ,.....Shreveport ..-.,,,,,,,L,.,,mDent0n ,,L,,LNew Orleans Y .. Natchez 15-North Texas State ,,,,r,.,...,,,,,,,Lr, 19-Loyola University ,LLr.,,.....,,,,...,.,,,,, 20-Northeast Louisiana College ,,.,rr ,rrr L , H 23-Spring Hill ,,r,,,,,LLL rr,,,rr,,,,,r, ,L,sLssLL Lssstss L L , ,L 285 , Hattiesburg W if-A --5.47 LL J V in XM L, ff "vf an 1 il? ,ff ,N 3 5.-:'lK A1 4 3 ,. fm ALL THE W A Y S-0-U-T-H-E-R-N 45? Simultaneously with the end of the football wars for another year comes the opening of the basketball season at Mississippi Southern. , ffl- 'Lf ' ,,, , .a ,- Y ,..,of. W A HE 286 J, S97 li' X X lffcl pevon Nick Revon became Mississippi's first cager to be initiated into the elite 2000 club of college basketball. His four year total points is 2024. The star of Southern's hardwood squad also took over an all time individual scor- ing record throughout the state with his performance against North Texas State. His 26 counters brought the season's total to 626, giving Revon an average of better than 24 points per game. RE Gets che BMX J J vos N1 CK REVON 0142 ew Sv mps Ko V am N HARRINGTO EY MICK TS ,, WAT ,.MUTT Sv 'VV fl x, Rsvo N Block ed by LOYOLA li, ,, LEE Goes 289 2 After B 'I all Against HA MLINE .,-mx - - X . .zrxw " ' 1 ?. ,tg U X I x ' 1, I' V: A 4, nv!! Qu dia! 5 REV 014 Scot es for So 'M' nu AX!! If XE W, V f M ar.. uxhem Y W EATHERS Can SON as Get o ut oi This OGC- ' 290 SAM HOL LINGSWORTH N V05 f'fvf.,'f 4 Q x " ' .f:+ZfI?'f 1 -M Q 5 N m WAYNE LEE Ovrhem Tan I 865 With the Lions Z ff P l U 4 VAUGHN JONES 291 Where Is the f N -'xx if Y. R- . B-311,99 crack ,f ee Way! ADIOS, AMIGO! by JIMMIE McDowELL Each man has his own particular destiny during his lifetime on this battered old hemisphere and the guiding powers that brought Lee Floyd to Miss. Southern five years ago must have had a dear spot in their hard heart for an ambitious little college that was trying to find a place in the educational and athletic sun. Lee Floyd has gone now, back to his native E1 Paso-his beloved far west corner of the Lone Star State. But it isn't likely that Lee Floyd will ever be forgotten in South Mississippi, for he made many friends, made people happy with his fine, entertaining and thrilling basketball teams-gave the tired housewife and the fatigued business man that needed recreational "lift" with his racehorse style of play that paid off in handsome won-lost dividends. He gave the students a champion of the first water. Everyone loves a champion. You see, Lee revolutionized basketball in Mississippi, introduced this fast-breaking, hell-for- leather type play that has caught on in the rural and city high schools, in every hamlet, community and town in the southern part of the Magnolia state. And when Floyd is old and grey, he'll still be battling in his racehorse style way. The ex-El Paso Cathedral High Prep star, who was a collegiate standout at Texas Western, a serv- ice star with the Norman Oklahoma Skyjackets and a great winning coach at Miss. Southern College, chalked up one- of the finest won-lost records of any college coach. Prior to the 1954 NAIA District 19 tournament, Floyd's Southerners had won 116 games and lost but 45-had defeated such formidables as Alabama, Hamline, Southwest Missouri, Western Michigan, Loyola of New Orleans, Loyola of Baltimore, North Texas State, Texas Western. East Texas State, Chattanooga, Memphis State, New Mexico Aggies, Culver-Stockton, Tampa, Florida State, Valparaiso, Evansville, Spring Hill, River Falls, Wis. Findlay fOhioD, Nebraska Wesleyan, Delta State, and many others. Miss. Southern was the uncrowned basketball king of Miss.-one of the foremost independent powers in the South. Before Floyd's arrival, the Southern cagers couldn't have played on the same court with these teams. He won 18 games the first season, 20 the second campaign, 29 the third season, 27 last year and 21 this year going into the District tournament. Two Gulf States Conference titles, the Sun Bowl Christmas tournament, the Senior Bowl Christmas crown and at least two NAIA district championships were won by the men of Lee Floyd. The six-foot plus Texan was more than a fine coach. He was an outstanding member of the com- munity-one of the all time campus favorites. His wife, Alice, and his two daughters, Caralee and Sally and his new young son, Timothy, were also immensely popular among faculty and students alike. Lee Floyd goes out of college coaching as winner. He had built as fine a reputation for a young coach as any man you could name in the profession, sectionally or nationally. He returns to El Paso, accepting a lucrative oil executive position as Director of Public Relations with International Petro- leum. A good man will take Lee Floyd's place at Mississippi Southern and of the newcomer's staunchest supporters is ex-coach Floyd, for the Texan wants to see his team continue to win-to become a big- time ball club-a team that may eventually play in Madison Square Garden. The fans, the students, the alumni, the faculty. the men who worked with Floyd will always remember the beginning-the birth of Mississippi Southern's basketball team and they'll remember the young Texas poppa. Thev'll remember the time ,Iumping ,lack Gallagher tossed to Tom CYVhizl Bishop who zipped to Nick CThe Carl Revon in the finest fast-break of all and they'll remember re- bounfling Mickev Harrington and battling Billy Algood and velvet-smooth Ieep Clark . . . And they'll remember big Mutt Watts and hawk-eyed Stormv Weathers and 'Iersev john O'Keefe's over-head shot for tt-no points . . . Thev'll remember all of Lee Floyd's boys because they were the pioneers, the prod- ut rs of the earlv good old days Miss. Southern was young and hungry. Anil l.ee Floyd will remember, too. He'll remember out there in the heart of the great mountains :iv Paso Del Norto, Iuarev, the Rio Grande. He'll remember as he wipes the great beads of sweat from his brow in the heat of the day and again in the cool of evening when the sweet memories come back figiiin. llc-'ll remember the good, hungry, rugged young years of coaching and he probably wouldn't u-.vip these memories for anything in the whole wide word, for above all, Lee Floyd was a man of great r-oriment. Adios, Amigo! 292 s W...m.v"' Coach LEE FLCYD ROLL ON TO VICTORY SOUTHERN I . I I 'fi' Rx 1 f.- XR V 1 I 1 5 E 1 ! I s I GYMNASTICS 295 GENE PERKINS lllllll iBxxSicmYyNxNxxxswxxwa XSS Q2 rh- I 4, lyg' 3 1 1 .B 7 'iff s ll 1 ,la 'B 0 0 0 f l 5 NJ 2 V ' Lys. 4 I nl - S 1 ! l E 1 1 i n , , L I First Row: John Drever, A. D. Hendon, Bill Bolir1, Bob Scott, Jack Hall fMgr.J. Second Row r l .0-L Tharpe, Jack Parnish, J. T. Shepherd, Bucky McElroy, Roy Guyton, Truman Wilhams. 298 ' f i953 1953 RECORD Southern 3rd in triangular meet with Loyola and Alabama. Southern defeated by Miami. Southern 2nd in triangular meet beating Southeastern, bowing to Tulane. Southern defeated by Loyola. Southern 4th in Quadrangular meet with LSU, Miss. State, and Tulane. Southern defeated by Mississippi College. Southern defeated Florida State in season finals. Southern competed in Southern Relays in Birmingham and Southwest Relays in Lafayette. LETTERMEN X Bobby Scott J. T. Shepherd Nick Revon . X A. D. Hendon '- jack Parrish Jerome Thorpe Frank Tarantins Roy Guyton john Drever jack Hall fMgr.l 299 M. aefi A - First Row: Taylor, Goodwin, Houser, Scott, Fagend, Revon. Second Row: Gray, Srnallwood Collins, Barker, Shepherd, Hendon. Third Row: Yates, Hollingsworth, Linton, Williams, Harring ton, Breland, and Parker. TRACKT Nl we who , a 'Y s M CXSDQX- E59 Q7 P..-9 f'jwg,3x all "' 7,4- Ab 1 l v .vv,,CH,, RQUS One ,MV First Row: Lewis Hood, Charles Gillis, Tony Holliman. Sec- Q U Q ond Row: Coach Van Hook, Cecil Williams, J. L. Mitcherman. . I P ,fl W' . . 424 5' C M ff i L. ' 91 A .fix X gf ,, jf, 'ii' . ,qi I F,.sH"'Qx Z I' 1 . GULF TEAM 1954 l I I . ww A v-,454 has Wu Tees Off HNNXS N53 pg! I 'l , , .8 . l A 4 gQL""'?' " U , T ,e ff ' ft Y 'N 'Q' I . ,, 1 -as ' I I n -,..4- ,,' 1 is U I l 1 Q l ir ll I 5 af !, X, 'Wm l Lf i f"5 i A A fa ll 2-. ' 2 1 'F' if 6 I ,Y h w? Q ..-, -3. I 3 W 'Wg WW ,,,,' ' A 4 'fir-' V, .,:, .j1:...j. I ka ' ' , V '-', M 'A sv S 'flqii 22 W g 4 1 f ' f, A , L .. xi, . . V A .i-i"'q- 5 3 ,IZ ,gi t Q . E. W aglllilllil i K Kneeling: Frank Roskoff, Cecil Webb, Leonard Duff, jimmy Beech. Standing: Vaughn Jones, Elmo Lang, jerry McMichael, Fred Smallwood. ' , l i 302 TENNIS Mississippi Southern defeated Southeastern, twice, Spring Hill, twice, Mississippi College, twice and finished second in annual Intercol- legiate Tennis Tournament behind defending champion Mississippi State. Southern finished ahead of Ole Miss., Mississippi College, Mill- saps College and Delta State Teachers College. Southern lost to Loyola. Vaughn jones No. 4 Singles Champion, Jones and Cecil Webb finalists in No. 2 doub- les, Webb finalist in No. 2 singles, jimmy Beach finalist in No. 3 singles, Fred Small- wood, jerry McMichel finalists in No. 3 doubles. Zi-5 3 13725 fa .fn ' N. ,ggi 5 if '-Mr-,z:f.f ' Q- ff ,H ,, , 1' .Y W , , 'Wa . f - .. ,H V 1:3 V1 - ' " ,g '. T ' 11 f. ,- V' M- 4- f vf:, Jiri , 4 W JK 41' - ,Q - . 1 -aff-1..?f5'I L ,J- V .1,ff51'1Lf .Eff iw, 1' -255.1-'ez ga-f , pw .. '- -Ewgv1,4,f,g,Wc4:,,..1 .-fy . A W- , , "'fM, ',1g::s....,.. ' 1 fd rf . .,,,, 5 , 15 , rx 'A J 24 ,r-' , 4 1, ' Y v ,, 4, 1 . 1 . .-yr I fl ,Huh 4: 1 me 9 f 1 1 'ff' wig. 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Q--'-ff, A-f.-' ", J' 44 K, K," W ,,,5 .M ' A X S' x 5 .Q -I MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE The Frlenclly College oT SouTh Mlsslsslppl STATION A I-IATTIESBURC5 MISSISSIPPI Member of The American Assoclahon of Colleges The SouThern Assoclahon of Colleges and Secondary Schools The Amerucan Assocnahon of Colleges Tor Teacher Eclucahon The American AssoclaTlon of Urban UnlversuTles The Nahonal AssoclaTlon of Schools of Musrc The Nahonal AccrecI:Tmg Commussnon The American Council on Educahon LOCATION Mnssnssrppr SouThern College as n The cenTer oT SouTh Mrssrssuppr conven1enTIy IocaTed aIrnosT egurdrsTanT Trom Jackson Merrdran GuITporT and Mc Comb The buildings are new and modern In a beauTrTuI seTTung wrTh pane Trees waTer oaks azaleas camellua a sunken garden and a Tropncal lagoon UIVIDIQEQD UI- II'1C COLLEGE Our ornerenr 0 vr n are D ologrc I Sc ence Com merce OraduaTe School oT EducaTuon EIemenTary no Seconoary EducaTron Psychol ogy Pune ArTs I-IeaITh and Physrcal Educahon I-Inrne Econornrcs Language and LT eraTure MrIITary Scnence and TacTrcs Physucal Sc ence and MaThemaTrcs PracTrcaI ArTs Socual STudres and Speech ArTs The M A and M E degrees In EoucaTron and The M M degree are oTTered Course are oITered In EducaTr n oT Teachers Scnence and MaThemaTrc I-Iome Economrc Speech nd DramaTrc ArTs Geography and Geology Music and ArT Commerce and Bu :ness Socral STudues I'IeaITh and Physical EducaTron Languages Englrsh Journals m Indus Trral ArTs ConservaTron and NaTure STudy Lrbrary Scnence Pre Law Pre Engrneer Ing Pre Meducune and Meducal Technrcran RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES ConcreTe Tennrs courTs a swrmmrng pool a nrne hole goIT course a Treld house and gymnasrum an arr co'1drTronedI1brary Tours To New Orleans deep sea Trshrng on The coasT IecTures and dances wrII be avarlable To sTudenTs durung The Sprung and Summer uarTers MEETING THE NEED' OF TEACHERS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Teachers work Ing on degree may compIeTe srxTeen weeks oT work by enrollrng The IasT sux weeks oT The Spring uarTer and conhnunng Through The Summer uarTer Courses rn The eIemenTary and secondary Treld and OraduaTe work wrII be ohfered To boTh Teacher and admrnu TraTor A Readrng Clunuc and many rfher work hop r I unTerenre w II be held durung The Summer uarTer I ' . ' . . I f . HI I I - COURSES OF INSTRUCTION: Courses leading To The B.S, and B.A, degrees and T 'S S, I ' I ' 1 'T gmc' fx' , . -, I ereas to good times and good friends . . . may you always have an abundance of both -'Z ,E .,aa ya T I A Ahb: , q.VQ Sy 4-hr, TE I ! Y T at E I ' J, " . BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY HATTIESBURG COCA-CCDLA BOTTLING COMPANY ' Q REMEMBER "We have raised a standard to which the good and wise can repairg the event is in the hands of GOd.,'-GEORGE WASHINGTON. "Were we directed from Washington when to sow and when to reap we should soon want bread. I am for a Govern- E1 I I ment rigorously frugal and simple . . . and not a multiplication of offices and salaries merely to make partisans 'ind for increasing by every device the public debt on the principle of its being a public blessing."-THOMAS JEFFERSON. I "Democracy cannot rise above the level of human material of which its voters are made."-BERNARD SHAW. l "Duty is the sublimest word in our language. Do your duty in all things. You cannot do more, you should never wish to do less."-ROBERT E. LEE. "The American republic will endure as long as the ideas of the men who founded it continue dominant."-JAMES Q RUSSELL LOWELL. I "Where everything is done through the bureaucracy, nothing to which the bureaucracy is really adverse can be done at all."-JOHN STUART MILL. "The lesson should be constantly enforced that though the people support the Government, the Government should not I support the people."-GROVER CLEVELAND. "God grants liberty only to those who live it and are always ready to defend lt.,'-DANIEL WEBSTER. i "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty."-JOHN PHILPOT CURRAN. "We must beware of trying to build a society in which nobody counts for anything except a politician or an official, I a society where enterprise gains no reward and thrift no privileges."-WINSTON CHURCHILL. "Would you live at ease? Do what you ought, not what you please."-BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. "Education is teaching a fellow to work or it's no good."-HERBERT SPENCER. E' "Leaders are ordinary persons with extraordinary determination."-HERBERT KAUFMAN. I "He profits most who serves best."-Romry Club. One of England's greatest statesmen, William Gladstone, in speaking of our Constitution said: "It is the greatest politi- I I I I I cal work that was ever struck off at one time, by the brain and purpose of manf, I' "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom."-Bible. I' "And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free."-Bible. "Except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it."-Bible. 3' MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD CCMPANY 'v I I, . Ip L. E. FAULKNER, Preszdenz I, II I Hattiesburg, Mississippi COMPLIMENTS OF 1 HATTIESBURG HARDWARE STURE ga .izi.,.a. HARDWARE AND GENERAL ELECTRIC 1 APPLIANCES 300 Mobile Sf. Phone JU 3-3525 I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI NATURAL GAS my ,4fm,f,,0,0 flu! COOKING - HEATING - WATER HEATING - REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING WILLMUT GAS AND OIL COMPANY DOMESTIC - COMMERCIAL -INDUSTRIAL I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI MCARTHUR CHEVROLET COMPANY FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION SALES fclqey-'EQ:LET f SERVICE PHONE 2000 "You're ahead all Ihe way wifh ChevroIeI" 306-318 E. Pine Night Phone JU 4-5461 Your Friendly Ford DeaIer" BARRGN MCTGR COMPANY I I I Hardy Sl. Sales Aufhorized , e A1 e. -N Service FORD A," '. Phone 268I HoH'iesburg, Mississippi y, "I agree with you, X425 Mr. Sexton" xv FiSherman J. Sexton, head of 'V this 70-year old grocery firm has publicly said. 4 YW- "I serve this coffee on my if own table and am proud to J offer it to my guests because I know of no better coffee." SHERMAN J. SEXTON President Over a half-million cups of Sherman Blend exquisite coffee are served every day. John Saxton! Co.,Sex9on Square, Chicago, III. .y,,g.y,-.,,v,f-ps,-qw,-1.-, 9, ..,.,.,...... . ..,, 47 ,Q ,H Z7 A ., I- 1- - Q:gigE551S151E252E:E:5:5i5E3E5E5E5EgEf2 ,wiErE1Ef5r55E5E3E5E?E5E5E5E?E55E5E1f" 5:E25252325?E5E?E5E5E?E5E3E5S?E5ff'' PLANNING A TRIP? Z Plan +o go Coniinenial Trailways . . . ihe com- forfable, convenieni way :i:3: 7 O Q: -O. Q1 0 7 O LD U5 -4- :- CD Ch -4- Q.: -+- CD O 7 -0- O 0: :s N4 0 O oi U7 T" -+ 'I S4 -O- 3' CD Wlieilier your nexi irip 'fakes you down +l'ie modern, air condiiioned way . . . 'rravel Con- iinenial Trailways. Big, luxurious Silverliner buses rnalce Traveling a pleasure, Sil back and relax, go Coniinenial Trailways always, W' ' ,.,. Q? h' f 52152S252EE:2:E:E:2:5557:-:k5:E1:f:-:-.'. . , . Z l'ov7Wly.r l'l'l'l rn . .. G, 121:1 5 if ' 5 H 1. . .A., '.,5::---r-If-.11 ' '4"'i"' TQ,-QQ When you plan a trip ' ik' PLAN TO GO " .'.l.' 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'C' -'r "-fl-up HOUSE lHB i66I c y- HOST OF THE GULF COAST Highway 90 Between Gulfport and Biloxi Phones: Gulfport 5618 and Biloxi 7722 COMPLIMENTS OF HATTIESBURG CREAMERIES y uri f . uF"" fl IIIIK M I I I I I II I I WHEN SHOPPING an HATTIESBURG MAKE 9 YOUR HEADQUARTERS COMPLIMENTS OF FAULKNER CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY I ...I Q , 4 S1 IIIISI FEDERAL SAVINGS N AND LoAN ASSOCIATION BRGADWAY DRIVE-IN OF HATTIESBUR6, MISSISSIPPI THEATRE A Mufual Savings and Home Finance Highway I I SOM, Of Hamegburg lnsfifufion Serving over 10,000 people SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS 210-214 MarkcagE3.MPUMEN13-gone JU 3-3014 INSURED UP TO 510,000 OF GULF STATES CIGAR AND BYTHE I'oBAcco CGMPANY Federal Saving and Loan Associa+ion WHCLESALE of +he U. S. Governmeni' Cigars, Tobacco, Candy, and Sundries Corporaiion, and lnsirumenfaliiy HATTIESBURG, MISS. COMPLIIVIENTS OF RELIANCE MANUFACTUR NG CCD. FREEDOM FACTORY Boys' and Men's Paiamas-Boys' "T" S1'Iir+s I 0 , I ms ONE OF THE SOUTH'S GREAT STORFS DOSSETT'S SUPER MART MlSSlSSIPPI'S FINEST FOOD CENTER II00 HARDY STREET HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI n0fien jmiiatediseldom ,buplicaieclv COMPLIMENTS OF College Cleaners Praytor's Cleaners 2902 Hardy Street 307V2 McLeod Street N+Dgs" Hnbgm COMPLIMENTS OF SMITH'S BAKERY SMITH'S Sunbeam ENRICHED BREAD KOMP EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. L COMPLIMENTS OF CITIZENS BANK OF HATTIESBURG, MISS MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM BEST WISI-IES FROM MCINNIS' MEN'S WEAR MAIN AT PINE growing . . . MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE COLLEGE GIRLS LINGERIE-READY-TO-WEAR-MILLINERY-SHOES-ACCESSORIES Second FIoor I' S B 7 '1 Open a Conven I Ready,+o,wear A Charge Accou RELIANCE MANUFACTURING CO. DIXIE FACTORY MANUFACTURERS OF WORK CLOTHING COHQIQAWI eil fa Z M75 ' 07K ' H H'esburg's QuaIi+y Deparimeni' Siore Serving Souih Mississippi since I895 FIRST NATIONAL BANK HATTIESBURG, MISS. Member Federal Deposii Insurance Corp. GEIGER PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY "Every+I'1ing for I'I1e Office" Geiger Building Telephone JU 3-2601 1 V fl- Y--., Y..,,.., ...i RYAN SUPPLY COMPANY K . . . Li5lI'i6llf0l'5 . . . AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND EOUIPMENT GAS AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCES JACKSON - I-IATTIESBURG - MERIDIAN 516-18 Forrest sm-ei Tel. Ju 3-1278 SAUCIERB COIVIPLIIVIENIS GF GULF SERVICE STATION THE HOME OF HAPPY MJLEAGE AND FRIENDLY SERVICE HATTIESBUR6 BOTTLING 52039 JUS3-U47 I Washingg-Isczllishiiligv-li:-6jJVaxing Manulaclurers ol: Gull Iubricaiion-gasoline-moI'or oil DR. PEPPER - 7-UP A Complelre Line of Aufo Accessories RG' A Personal Service -I-IIGI' SGIISIISS COMPLIMENTS ' ' OF fl-IATTIESBURG. MISS. I IvIEN'S WEAR owL DRUG co. II4 Wesl Fronr Slreef I THANKS COIVIPLIIVIENTS for OF Your Friendship and Your Pa+ronage WIMPY'S "The Hearl' of 'the Soufhern Campus" I CALL ON I SOUTHERN MUTUR SALES, Inc. I 1 I Your Oldsmobile Dealer I l-lAlllESBURG "Building Supplies from Il'I6 ground up" I We Appreciale Your Business Phgne JU 3-4345 3I8 E. Pine I-IATTIESBLIRG, MISSISSIPPI I I I 1- ,-.- I l - - , COMPLIMENTS OF THE DIAMOND SHOP Forresf I-Io'reI Building Ha+I'iesburg's Iarges'r crecIiI' Jeweler COMPLIMENTS OF SHELBY WHOLESALE GROCERY, INC. "Home of GiIs'rer's Besi' Flour" 403 EAST FRONT ST. COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN CLEANERS KIRKWOOD FURNITURE STORE "The Cour'I' House Is Nex'r 'Io Us" COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS R' I-I' iI3V:?fVVEI'I' Our 25+h Year Across From Lake Byron Phone JU 3-4071 Telephone JU 3-2315 Main Street COLLEGE HEIGHTS COMPLIMENTS TEXACO SERVICE OF 24 hour service WASHING-POLISHING-LUBRICATION TIRES-TUBES-BATTERIES Road Service By Pass 8: Hardy SI. Phone 401 BELK-WHITLEY Your Friendly DeparI'men+ Sfore COMPLIMENTS OF Beverly Drive-In Iheatre "The Family FavoriI'e" JU 3-1914 Highway 49 Soufh HUB CITY OFFICE SUPPLY CO. ROYAL TYPEWRITERS A.B. DICK MIMEOGRAPHS 218 Wesf Pine Sfreef Phone 3380 RIBS STANDARD CHICKENS DRUG STORE WALG EN AGE T T STEAKS-SEAFQOD e JU 3-4381 N 619 d cy Drive QHwy. TT SJ 4 6 COMPLIMENTSOF RESTAURANTS TALBERT LEIGH " 'ffm iii" Folughn's - Broadway COLLEGE PHARMACY CCMPLIMENTS T OF PHCENIX LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS FARRIOR MOTOR CO. COMMERCIAL Incorpora+ecI C00 PRINTERS - LITHOGRAPHERS - STATIONERS PII .IU 4-757i one 312 Forres'r St. Hofriesburg, Miss 400 W. Pine ST, I-Iaifiesburg, Miss. Phone JU 3-2913 COMPLIMENTS OF FORREST HOTEL The Mos'r Complefe Deparfmeni Sfore In Sou'rh Mississippi SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY HATTIESBUR6, MISSISSIPPI PERSONAL FINANCING Monihly Repaymeni WHITE SYSTEM or HATTIESBURG, Inc. COMPLIMENTS OF WALNUT STREET PHARMACY Phone 246 W, Pine Sf. SHEET MIISIC TEACHING MATERIAL 81 MUSIC ACCESSORIES DRY CLEANERS Guaran+eed Mo+hproofing Free Dri-Sheen Process of Dry Cleaning Feai'-'ring IO7 Wainui Si. The Nafions Finesf Pianos SPINETS-GRANDS-UPRIGHTS I34 E. Fronf S+. I-Iaffiesburg HATTIESBURG I Day Service :Sou flzern ,J Supporiem BARNES SEED AND FEED COMPANY ROLLINGS JEWELRY COMPANY TOWN AND COUNTRY STORE PHILLIPS FLORISTS STEVENS LAUNDERETTE CLINTON LUMBER CO. COMPLIMENTS OF EVANS-DRUMMOND DRUG STORE HATTIESBURC-, MISSISSIPPI Sou flzern ,J Supportem HARDY'S DINING ROOM WILSON'S FRENCH RESTAURANT DIANA SHOP READY-TO-WEAR LOVE DRUG COMPANY FAIRCHILD'S RESTAURANT AND HOTEL COURT ' COLLEGE CITIES SERVICE STATION 2800 HARDY Complete Service for Your Automobile Phone JU 2-1719 A. C. LYND, Dist. WHEN IN LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI: Visi+ CARTER-HEIDE LaureI's Qualify DeparImenI' SI'ore I hr igirkmirk Has Never fed a Iailing s'rucIen+ CQMPLIMENTS CUMPUMENTS OF OF DIXIE ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ae jean LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI AND S. 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