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

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H298 D BUSINESS MANAGER 0 DAVID MILLER PRINTED BY BENSON PRINTING COMPUANY PORTRAITS 0 PIPPEN SICARSTENS STUDIO SNAPSHOTS BY 0 WINFRED MONCRIEF JIMMY ELLISOMAX HERTWECKOBOB DENSON ESENTED Y HY s S Q U 1' H E R N E R ..... L ,, 19 . H I' ..12 Acrsvrnss... .. 22 -' ..40 -r :Biff as-65 l- F N. if -fix, 4 '? ,pang na. do -ll .l ar, .fav A NEWu E 4 i I 4 1 x x -Li, ,M K Q: W 'LM ' XRVSZQ Wm ,N ext X. 21, T71 but 4 K Q ' 'h x '.,' DY' lk v f, 4. "yah , N x fa ' ' 1 'Q if 1 ' , ,. , 4 .. , -. in i vi ., f 3' , .- Wir , , Z 54:26 , 'Q' L , M' X ..,., u if P '-R ' fi , 4 3" x 55 if IN AN ERA CF GROWTH if 91 'nn' A- 4 Q: TP' V' 1, A Q y x ...Q 5' mr". Q 9? ff, WI AND EXPANSION . , M XS SOU'1QHERN"'COLLEGE 1 Mississippiis' fi st. state insftutzon fo t an'nq of te hers. Created. 1910: nad So tembe Z I ' r I I' T 1 I BC ope .. p r. 191 I Now multi - purpose co11zge ' wx a a 'th a gr aulge school. -'Ur .1 eff . 1 . Vg . ,, K UW s Ushering in lhis New Era came 1'he 5500.000 Franlr E. Marsh Hall fo house our Fine Ar'rs Division. More recenlly, 'rhe 5450.000 R. C. Cook College Union Building became +he new home of +he S+uden+ Govern- menf Associa+ion a-nd various ofher campus organizaiions. In November, Sou1'hern's Lillie Theafer heralded ifs premiere wi+fh a five-nigh+ run of Sheridan's "School for Scandal." Soon 'lo join ihese handsome edifices will be +he 525,000 Danfor+h Medi+a+ion Chapel, consfruclion of which is scheduled +o begin la+er 'rhis year. fa S .P - ..., 2 9. 43? 431 N Eg ,lg ,252 F5 ' 'V' 2 W s- W I TH PROMISE OF 7 - v ..---H ,y--,4--. -. 'iivqfwir-Q if--.1 ' , 'G GR A peak enrollmenf of 3,266 sfudenfs lasf Sep- fember broughf forfh renewed expansion in fhe academic field. New courses were added in sev- eral divisions, a-nd all deparfmenfs were able fo improve fheir offerings fo some exfenf. Our young buf rapidly growing Graduafe School confinued ifs developmenf, and now ranks as fhe largesf 'graduafe school in Mississippi. Over fhe pasf year, some 700 sfudenfs worked on ad- vanced de-grees in I5 fields. Soufhern's Evening College, whose course of- ferings doubled in fhe pasf year, now is fhe largesf residence evening college in fhe sfafe. And, even as Soufhern confinues fo grow, fhere is sfill presenf fhaf friendly relaifionship befween adminisfrafion, sfudenfs, and faculfy. Many are fhe campus visifors who have marveled af how many sfudenfs' firsf names are used regularly by feachers and ofher school officials. To-gefher, all of us are working for a- bigger and beffer Mississippi Soufhern College. Sfudenfs, alumni, feachers-all-look forward fo fhe fruifion of our leaders' fondesf dreams for MSC. Dr. McCain's firsf year here has been fruly fhe Dawn of A New Era. Under his inspiring leadership, Soufhern's New Era will be a golden one. 'Mm EATER HORIZONS. l a 1 r r l : i l gl i I 1 iii? I .SI gr I mi V' ff , . 4: r f ffpf I X X i , lg . .. 4 X it L Y 1 1 'Ez i I rf."-QI, P I -V . Q I Q v, - , ,' wg, f . '. 'f ' '4 '- .M ,- .V V- ,. 'J-.gf . -f - 1, A , W, -V f, 1 sa .. W ., .3 . ,y,,,,.. 1 A ,. Z E f 1. Le""'.Z ' .pf Y A fig1fQg5QQ,f 3 we - . I ' 1f,"'g.' ,:.: A , . " , 5' ,y,f,j.,g,4.' A.. -, W 53 j " iz ,. ' ,. , . -' 'WC A , WMAK, . , , ' :-L . 114' . 25 ' . ., ' ' fgzgfg, A . - ,V V , V . W ,,Y', ,'f"1.4' " I ,, A V ...L V DR. R. A. McLEMORE DEAN OF THE COLLEGE I0 2' -If I S' 1, 2 4 X, If we were asked fo name fhe individual who besf sym- bolizes Mississippi Soufhern College and all fhaf if sfands for, our reply would be bofh insfanfaneous and posifive: Dr. Mc- Lemore. For if anyone can be called Mississippi Soulhern personi- fied, if is our dean of fhe college, Dr. Richard Aubrey Mc- Lemore. Throughoul' his eighfeen years on fhis campus, Dr. W Mac's dedicafion fo fhe school has been wholehearfed, and his loyalfy lo Mississippi and fhe Soulh has been no less. He has served Soufhern as professor of hisfory, as head of fhe Social Sfudies Deparfmenf, as dean of fhe college, and as acfing presidenf. Now, once more, he occupies his familiar role as dean of fhe college. "l have devofed fhe greafer parf of my life fo MSC and pray fhaf I may have fhe privilege of remaining here for '.he resf of my professional career," Dr. McLemore wrofe in fhe spring of I'-755. We ioin his counfless hosf of friends in echo- ing fhaf wish. Dr. McLemore is a widely recognized scholar and aufhor in fhe field of hisfory, a popular lecfurer, a devouf Chrisfian, and a devofed family man. His unceasing efforfs in Soufhern's behalf, and his courage lo face any issue as if arises mark him as 'rhe sfaunchesf friend fhe college could wanf. Buf if is as "Dr. Mac" fhaf he is besl known fo fhe fhou- sands of young Mississippians who have received his cheerful counsel during fheir sojourn al' Soufhern. His love and friend- ship for young people have won for him fheir deepesl ad- mirafion. lf is in fhaf same spirif fhaf we respecffully dedicafe fhe i956 SOUTHERNER +o Dr. Richard Aubrey McLemore. -THE STAFF I it 1, .,.,. ,ia iw, K6 , f' cf W as 5 5 in Ffh? W .44-vk f,,ewf,,. ,M ,Q , . nl 1 ' ,, ' ' ' J -5ff14c,g71' - 'v 1' ,.,c ,f .,,, " -,JH 1 1 -Q. .v-as ,jg fi ,1 . ' , U' 1. A, 3 1 4. N if? 9, f'g,,, X Ledge, DEIJICATIUN 5 . Q if THE GIJVERNUR AND THE BIIARIJ UE TRUSTEES GOVERNOR J. P. COLEMAN . BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHARIES FAIR Louisville J. W. BACKSTROM, Presiden? Lealcsville R. G, CARPENTER Rollinq Eorl R. EJ. MCLENDON . , Poplarville R. W, REED Tupelo J. O, EMMERICH . McComb R, B. SMITH, JR. . Ripley R, N, HENLEY . .Nason PAUL H. BOWDRE . , . . . Hernando H. M. IVY ,... .Meridian MRS JANIE RICE TAYLOR , JaClc5Or1 MARTIN V. B, MILLER .Meridian P. D. MORROW . , Brandon E. R. JOBE . Execufive Secrehsry I2 pl. Rf l DR. R. A. MCLEMORE Dean ol College DR. W. H. SUMRALL Dean of Graduale School DR. J. R. SWITZER l Dean of Sfudenl Welfare l M'-....-up l l is ' s , -W 3 "' VAR si 'AN 14 Xf- 'llng . 4 DR. PORTER L .FORTUNE JR. Dean of Basic College LENA Y. GOUGH Dean of Women ' ' ' iiizi, ' fix W' . .Q ., - 1:1-Sie.. 3. - M24 593 , 3-15, :gi ,gk 7- we 3 xl P 1 99' VSWR' so 'K ,y 3 a :, , 'fi' ,fm 3, .Q "" ' ,. Tl A i. Wy., . X. , E57 of . . "J . . fd. x 'S RT' Ax DR. O. N. DARBY Registrar RAYMOND CLEGG Direcfor of Evening College Acling Dean of Men ww El il J,v vx ' Yi. CHARLES O. SMALLING Financial Secretary I4 DR. JAMES R. JOHNSON Director of Exfension and School Service ANNA M. ROBERTS Librarian 5. l ,gm l- ,, .Q ' N s YQ ' r W h wwl Lf f "' NV 1. kk MN X, ic. ,ff . aff" DR. HERMAN BOROUGHS MURRAY W. KENNA Direcior of Correspondence Study Direcfor of Admissions REED GREEN Director of lnfercollegiafe Afhleiics ADMINISTRATURS N ffm! JACK MOORE Direcfor of Public Relafions I5 JAMES E. McKEE Direcior of Guidance Clinic .NNN Y fikffhf NJN POWELL 6. OGLETREE Alumni Secrefary J -Q gr R257 I 5 7 1 7 MISS DOROTHY LENOIR Direcfor of Placemenf Bureau 'KE-f A2 . If ae- ADMINISTRATURS ,f 1 W"--. 'fdw 2' 1 ,, I ' A A , i Y E' .4 I 4 A A 4 5 25' 1 we gig ,, R J 4- Ng. 'L 923 is 5? fc gr' an 3 . ' . 31' 'z 1 5 3 A 1 .4 - Q E f 5 r ,f il rm X S ',., -3 . ,f ,'.. V, ,inns X ' f-:rl G y DR. J. FRED WALKER Bioiogical Sciences DR. JOSEPH A. GREENE JOHN M. FRADER Commerce . Conservation and Natural Resources way-Q, we jr Ad ,-KYS1 ff 1. I 1 15 ugee:nL.,,.WQ v-.1i-f,?Mv-w----- 5,,.-- wgfd 1 X, x Aff 'RQ l N w :HWM4-1 Q DR. ROY G. BIGELOW Educafion and Psychology DR. BERTHA M. FRITZCHE Home Economics . . ' fl?-'Sw 'V ii? V ' W, K , f R. . E 'hx 4 km: M W V 'V . . ,f.,.-rg? . , . . ,gm P Wmx lf' xx '-X. 4 g..., 4 A , X r j 2' iv :ic I , ' M., x. 'Wa War W. ,M FRANK E. MARSH, JR. Fine Arfs DR. CLARENCE E. MCCARVER Health and Physical Educaiion wiv ,N ,ax - ,- Z?,,,....M , fl x X 'x DR. NORMAN W. BEDWELL f Nw Industrial Ar+s . WTI . L A 5 I f xR ,filly v Q fm J 1 ., , if fi i . ' ii . 2, ,.yA, i jt N V it f ' ' i ,' n f ' ' W3 ' , . , , I' 7, , H 1 M, X , 1 A I , LT , 'lr ff . COL. TOM E. COLE 1 " , J .Y Q ' ',-,, Military Science and Tacfics I, f L 1 Y 'iii' 2, 1' EVILAI X A f ' ' N I ' a I , 345. Y ,Mn 'JG 4 , , ,047 C,'. fi .gwwafff 1 1.,,, 1, M 1' , ' ' . , 1 , if. ,1- ,,.f-' ' x ,. ' .3 I, , t,,.4, ,V 'VA f f , A ,V .uri , DR. T. D. YOUNG Language and Liierafure 1-A fuer DR. CHARLES E. LANE, JR. Physical Sciences and Maihemafics S1 DR. LEON A, WILBER DR. PAUL D. BRANDES DR- REGINALD C- REINDORP Social Sfudies Speech Arfs Insfifuie of Lafin American Siudies A 425 .Kc 1 X f-4' vs ,. - , was 4'9" if E 1 ,- ..., I v I . Q ,, 6' . l X ..---v . xi? ,Dir S 'K W, D -, Y Y X .xh ,UK '. -E. N." 'af' ' vf '- I 'fe' f 4 S ,,.. J. TREADWELL DAVIS History I "5-arch . ,R Af . gy YS KATHERINE M. EIDE Music II I MARIE DAVIS PATTIE SIMMONS DOWELL -1 History Elementary Education v i - '-,l'- . il Q J I y ll . 2. Q5 -M Zi IXIS y . Q J, I' '-nu" A: .gQ:i. I I A 3 , ag b A , 1 ,,.:., Y' . 3.1. si- l',.-., , ," img, WILLIE E. EWELL VIRGINIA FELDER Commerce Mathematics 21252-f-qv. 2 in ,,"' wa A ' ' nur. AVZZ L R. A V lv 6 p- "'- ,44 ,vw ffl' , 1 H! r .,,, Ag' 5 33 CHARLES E. AMBROSE Art ROY G, BIGELOW Education and Psychology MADELINE FLYNT Librarian 'uf ,N gain.. sq' 4., . 'Hn-X if 'XY , '-JY 'I-.ad X .' Wal' A - .. . .fm-1."J' ,, ' if .f I r " ,lb 5.-gf? 1.51, , Q, " , '6f'.' ' A 6 -'ILE' ner' 1, .-., ,- 515 'I 1- .N ' .fi ' .f e f-as 6 HAYWARD G. ANDERSON Nr W. BEDWEU- Commerce Industrial Arts FRANK W. BUCKLEY RAYMOND H. CLEGG J0U"naII5m Dean of Men IActingJ MARY L. GEHRING Speech JOHN E. GONZALES History 'f Gaz.. if. :I .. V 9 5 ' fi'-Sli mm x 1 .Is -z 1 X , ' x f 'L xv! ., ,Wigs V - .wwf- 3 A wg , ,,....- M 5 Q 6 g NR V M' as K 'Q p w 1 x M if J ,Q N ' ff, iq, RM? D GEORGE G. HURST HowARD o. JACKSON JOSEPH A. GREENE WILLIAM B. HARLAN RICHARD HERRON Physical Sciences Business Education C0mmGfCe I9 Commerce Geology Q ., 5 ' ff .. If , L . I as P I '- 'Wv-,,.. fy? ffvlizijg, 4 4 A lign' if If A fi' ' ,. .V Z 'J-4,4 I hi'N"I ,Y A I '- J ' Fr I ' .f f , ' ' I 4 I , if Y C. H. JAGENSON J. R. JOHNSON M. C. JOHNSON BIOIOQY - Education Music ARTHELL KELLEY JOHN M. KING VJILLIAM F. LQEFORGE Geoqraphy Education History JACK D. MUNN JAMES McKEE CARL L. MCOUAGGE Mathematics Guidance Center Education f b i ,. ., ' r ls.. -l,g,:5,vqmd,lIA.:: A . ..,, IQ- V -' . ly . ' I 1 . V- 4 -W qu-uv' if! -:Q 3, ' arf . V "F J .,.. .4 fr my J, av ' A gt W 'Q As, 'N . fait, x I .A , I I ' Q ' Q-L ' ' f A ' A ELLEN OLSON RALPH S. QWING ROGER P. PHELPS 0"f'Of1f'f0"0f' Schoo' Educational Administration Music D. C. LEECH VERNEN LILES WALTER LOK Demonstration School Journalism Art t, ' LN I 1 I I -S., . . , , V' -f .,4-up-. - N. M... - f ,, . .:.... ' 7' f A , - .' oi J . .N . V VY. -V: -Q- ,p-- V ,A . v fl! ! J' 1 wg. - .44 In S ' ' pl Q D I 9545 MARY JO McGEE W. J. MAXEY LEO MILLER Librarian Accounting Education .4 4 K 'K a ,,.,- 5 V 'I 1 tw x f WILLIAM H. PRESSOR B. EARL PRINCE Music 8io!oqicaI Scioncos AMELIA THOMPSON CHARLES O, VANDERVOORT . I 1 Home Economics BWINGSU Q ' 55" 1 M.,-.., . ww P K' V .I X If VA ,, K ,,:,, . - "" l ,ff """ ,, Q ,, S' U .- 5 -f-f...,. 1 V . "N ' ' QM?" 53" 'L V. mn Q ,gm ,J fi -- gf f , .wi J. F. WALKER P. A. WALKER Biology Hlsfory 1 'Zh - -:.,f Qlv A II I ' W' I I f ' 'wp-. 1 I L I A I II A. s. WILDER I Educafion I I I I I I ELIZABETH VARDAMAN Librarian .- , mek . I' 'MAO n . 5 P Z -un. '- I , - Gr fig ' Q ll, IVAH O. WILBER Assistant Dean of Woman "m all Q, L. A. WILBER Social Sludies ., Q' - , 'QV om I . 1 mf ' , I. 1 , f I f "4 Haw., fd- ,ax 1 1 as , ,cv rw , X... , " , Y ffl ' ff! I s if f MARTIN STEGENGA J. R. SWITZER Educalion Dean of Sludenl Welfare REGINALD c. REINDORP LAWRENCE RIFE Lalin American lnsfilulo M0fI"9mafiC5 ff ? , ,..- A '- - 11:2 ' 'Q ww 1 if Q35?fff -Q Yiwu ,r 4 J, -W f.'f'1f'E"E.' ', '4' :ir - , 'uno A. GILBERT T. SAETRE MAUDE A- SMITH Music Librarian ANNA M. ROBERTS Librarian ,A ' Ji. 'fr 1 fr L f If 1. i 1 . Sm --+- of -6'3" I fix. RALPH C. STAIGER Psychology E yr XxX ..,f ar N X 33 I Q I gn., 4 VI. ,:" 'Sv-ul! W 'G 'Na- 5 . 13, .v-'-v ii 'B' 1 Gig 7 A HG ' M -3 .-., MS., ! I Q M5 Sb' ACTIVITIES 'R .f' , 'bw fm, -.ffV,'f'lv- """"ii1. 5.- K M, 5'--,. TUDENT SENAT OFFICERS HOWARD STROUD . , Presidem DOM BUMBACA , First Vice-President FRAN BREELAND . Second Vice-Presidenl ADAIR BATES . . . .Secretary JOHN DREVER . . . Treasurer FIRST ROW: Howard Stroud, Adair Bates, Mona Watkins, Evelyn Shoemaker, Fran Breeland, Dom Bumbaca. SECOND ROW: Susan Newton, Ann Parrish, Myrt Winqo, Don Hamilton, Mabel Boswell. THIRD ROW: Dave Miller, Mariorie DuKate, ieorgls Lambeg, Hgnry Rhodes, Marvin Moody, AI Ellis, FOURTH ROW: Bill Pettoy James Easom stty rultt, Ro ert enison. ' ' T 9' alll' OFFICERS HOWARD STRGUD , . .,.,. Presidenf DOM BUMBACA Firsf Vice-Presidenl FRAN BREELAND , . Second Vice-Presidenf ADAIR BATES . . . ,..... Secrefory JOHN DREVER . . . , Treasurer Jeanne Brown, Roberf Arnold, Kellum Long, Bruce Jorclie, Amelia Sullivan. Sfandingz Dr. L. A. Wilbor. EXECUTIVE CUUNCIL STUDENT SUPREME CUURT JUDGES Howard Slroucl, Adair Belles, Fran Breeland, Don Bumbaca, John Drever 25 My -. A .4 J ' LL r5"7?:'3' 273----v--Y---.....--,- ... . , - ' f M-WM. 1 'ftzsmzmxn X. ,mn 1-f""'4 Mar+in, Denson, Murphy, Price, Gonz6lez. A l l A M E R I C A N 7 yv McCarfy, Haas. STUDENT PRINTZ MEIJALIST Front Dor Salvanf. Back: Denson, Merfin, Ellis, Prico. ' " I 1' f 'f 3??i'F'5 'E-L' 1 . W, ,. - A .4-3, ., uv., f My ' ,' " ' - fikiiaff' 3456 fr," , - 15853 '7'?S,,fD, 5'f f - Q-1 4' 1:13 5 f .fa-izrfffffvgtvfw, . - f Q V v if 1 ,, ,. Q. ,., 'Pg A ig: , 33' A 2 f mm 1 - -b 'E .- ' M Q M K ,,-,1 ff-., . . Q V I M A l , fe-.1 5 I I f ' - 1 ' X' 1 6' ' ' u' ,I 4 x . , ' . D , J. 'x R 1 ., ki I- , F tT,...??,X N 1 f. x va 1- XV' ..-.. -?.i....,...,7 gi 'S'.a-in-..:-..:. A 0.9 v '-v I I N ,f-- 5. , If -..,,,,,Mwd..... JIMMY ELLIS KEN McCARTY Exoculivo Edilor Business Manager Marlin, JIMMY ELLIS . . , CHARLES MARTIN , ANNE PRICE . . PAT FLYNN .,.. DONALD BROADUS MIKE MURPHY . . Gonzalez, Ellis, Price, Murphy. . . Execufive Edilor . ,... Associale Edilor . Adminislrarive News Edilor . . Make-up Edifor . . Sporfs Edifor . . Sporls Edifor , ,,,.,M..-"'fCT' I . 5 STAFF BILLY RAY QUAVE KAY FREEMAN DOT SALVANT . KEN MCCARTY MAC HAAS , . Much praise should go lo Ihe "SIuden+ Prin'rz," All American, Medalisl' newspaper, for 'rhe oul- sfandinq iob il has done rhis year. The members of lhe slafi have worked very hard 'ro make Ihe paper a success and a source of enioymenf lo all fhe siudenls. Mr. Buckley, advisor, is 'ro be commend- ed on his parl in lhe progress of The paper and 'rhe rraininq he pro- vided Ior 'rhe slaff. . . .... Copy Edilor . Orqenizafional News Editor , Sociefy Edifor . Business Manager . Business Meneqer MARINEL MCCARTY . , .Business Manaqer 27 l . M! ,. ,,-.., f Qrvif L 1 'N C? MARK BLANKENSTHN DAVID MILLER Edlfor ln chnef Business Manager Mabel Ann Boswell Sarah Spofswood, Barbara Bachelor, Peter Henderson Helen Howell Dot Hassell, Kay Cox. MA RK BLANKENSTEIN Edrlor un-Chief JUDY HAYNIE Assocaale Edilor CHESTER DELACRUZ Execulnve Asslslanl Edilor Edilor Eclllor Edilor Edilor Eclilor 28 HELEN HOWELL MARK GRANT HELEN HOWELL CNRAH SPOTSWOOD KAY COX GERALD WALTON CARLEEN DURHAM ANNE KENT DOT HASSELL ,i ' KK: Trudy Seuzeneau Carol Brauner Jaclne Rainer Carlsen Durham Luferary Edlfor Luferary Edllor Fealure Ednlor Fealure Edulor Fealure Ednlor Edlfor of Classes Sennor Class Edlfor Senior Class Edifor Junior Class Edilor Anne Kenl, Senior Class Eclilor: Judy HBYYWG. ASSOCIBI9 EJHOFI Marfha Allred, Bobby Griffin, Mari: Blanlcensfein, Emily Day, Marjorie Chesier Delacruz. Execuiive Assislanf. v I I I ?fv1 "L, Price, Jean Givan, Jimmy Valenfine, Sara Praff, Diane Slrinner, SUUTHERNER-1956 GINNIE POWELL DIANE SKINNER JEAN GIVAN , JOHN ZILLER , . MABEL BOSWELL PETER HENDERSON BARBARA BACHELOR RUSSELL WELSH Junior Class Junior Class Sophomore Class Sophomore Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class Freshman Class Freshman Class Ediloi Edilor Edifor Edilor Edifor Edilor Edilor Editor JUDY HAYNIE JACKIE RAINER CAROL BRAUNER TRUDY SEUZENEAU .IERRY CRAFT JIMMY VALENTINE MARJORIE PRICE VERNEN LILES """ 'iv Emily Day. G9f6ld WBIIOU. Bobby Griffin- Bob Nelson, Ken McCar+y, John Connilif. Sororily Edilor Sororify Edifor Sororify Edifor Sorori+y Edifor Fralernily Eclilor Frafernify Edilor EaculIy Eclilor Eaculfy Adviser f -ll 675' X il ai.-1 CUUNCIL UF WUMEN'S AFFAIRS Sea+ed: Ann MaHinson, Glenda Green, Frances Breeland, Peggy Taylor, Shirley Moser. S+ancIing: Be++y Yelverion, Mary Ka+herine Gen+ry, Ann Marie Sasson. E CUUNCIL UF MEN'S AFFAIRS Ruperi' Breland, Pe+e Wes+, Bill Quinley, Dominic Bombaca, Mr. Raymond Clegg, John Hays, Hugh Welch, Fred Grane+a. YELLUW JACKETS Sealed: Henry Rhodes, Johnny Vaughn, Milne Silces, Knox Broom. Sfandingz Dickie Carron, Dennery Wambgans, Roberf Henry, Jimmy Valenfine, Bob Nahrgang. GENERAL NAT ' Ruper+ Breland, lhis year's General Na+, embodies 'fhe scl1ool's spiril' . . . cheers Sou'rl1ern on io vicfory! E Sr- 3. ,J f, nav" I 'N 'W . ,,,v - 9. . CHEERLEADERS Firsl' Row: Wally l-lull, Auqusf Parker, Pele Rogers, Jerry Pillman, Wayne O'Sl1ields. l Second Row: Kay Cox, Vicky Nosser, Belly Ann Jones, Marqarel Neely. Nell Pruilf. 4 rf ,v I 5 Y as 5 i A Pye Zi:-' "sa - f' f. ., ,-M W 2 -QL il "'-Z: Q., X S '-,W-un f,.,, ,V W A - afaiwf ' ,wwfyf ,f .-, '?',.,:,.x "lf" ,15,,,f. -f.. ,Q , ,AM , J' 4 f f : .Marie"'CharleS. YOU Sdld no such fhingg, L1++I.ATb1 A , -nf: ah-g for iw QL ,Q S 2 .5 il ,L , 1: 4x N W! M, H W 5 ,.' ,w'1.4.g If I' -12:6-:,.ffn6f.,, w E, -vf' ...Y , ..,, ,Jw-1' fr N:-152 Lf' 'fl V EA W, , I I DAY BrOCk ""' N BOP' ..,-N un OU- OU U I B om Yesreao UTH l n 9 5 , I 55' ' K"Y1 X X X X f 1 ' ERN 7 'iii l - . 'W O fl 9 .IGOIHQ Home., Ag? , F I If xx ' 'AK cdw I Wx -1 -1 90+ .u fh. books ya +G" AY: Billie DOW' from musical HEY DAZE f lx ! rf ix' m0 X, Xp I P L Y E R y 5 if H' i I u l gf: l fs 3 V i -575: 'Q h'fA if-il7'X ' -- Q ,,.""' ' ., 3-'ff KZ .1-?'::Qif'lJ-fs i- 1' "' pf' ,uw 5 Cheesecake from musical comedy, The Souihern Players, preseniinq d ei lui ihree maior produciions an q original one-acl plays during Huis season, have made a definile con- .i N IA u '2Z'?'1,.f-u-i' THE MAN: "Hero are your groceries, Mrs. Gillis." HEY DAZE. 22 Q, Agfa.-v--Qr"',,ff' 'rribuiion io Hue enierfainnueni side of Hue sludeni life. Lasi spring Hue il lu " -21 group prisenued dBorn Yesgerrdiy, X Q Hue Broa way an movie i 3 ur- f ru, , , ing Hue summer ihe suspense slory, ' ..,, A x IHE MAN: Mn' Gllhsf A "The Man," by Mel Donelli, was fd Q . Rx Alld"'9h+- Huozzffl- lll u " W , U 4f",,i o as yo s . Produced. Q 'aux Make-up for SCANDAL Q ui 4:3 2. f Lasr fall uhe Players opened Hue fg,:'il'g41,. M5 new season and Hue new Li+He " Q ,f.g5i'6' ' .I Theaire wiHu Sheridon's "School ui ri3ii5'i4.Alfig'd9 " X. 0 for Scandal." During Hue winier Zf3WP'f'5i:? Kiwis quaruer our firsi children'5 play, :" Eg 'LX 1-of I . , "Snow While and Rose Red," was M ., V 'A 3?QJN fi x Ve, Ifi 'f' 1": added To Hue billg Huen came Ex- P -. , perimenlal Theaire wiHu eiqhr one- i':':'i"" f - jlL:f?'?u55'.y , acl plays wriHen by Hue play wrii- ,,:.:. ' X ing class a+ SouHuern. In Hue spring ,,., ,., ' . ,hqlv 5 IVV 5 .1 came Hue "Curious Savage." 'ff?Qi 'fAfff dis x i: B if The SouHuern Players are under Hue direction of Dr, Gilloeri Hari- uf? -"' K ' il wig, Direcfor of Dramafics, and iii diffs 1' fhomas R. Long. Technical Du- i..,'1u 'We ir-aiu us ,-ecfor QgaEi+qgi'q- 'E ,,'. ii:- .lf - 4151 ".A i X ' or r'ii 2' u . .,,vfr sci-iooi Fon scum- 3 5326 5 4 .3 Q.. . -sg ,miwlua 5 Vkhw ,Q Q, N DAL: Lady Teazle- 'My Dear Sir Peier, I did no such Hiing." Sk STAFF Sgf. James A, Carifhers, Sfc. Harold J, Dou 1 H. AvefY. Jr., Mg as' Maier Reber, G' Sfevens' U fSg1'. Roberf L. Payne, Sf , D ' I COL Tom E' Cole' ca 1 C aus Clark' D. Wnlliam DY CADET LT. con.. JACK B- WE'- '74 BaHaIion command" Cade: Firg Lf. Daffy: Huff, cadef L+ cor. Jack s. Weldy, Q ur Cade! Maior Guorgo Maqolo. o kWOn three. One' ., .9 Vfw5Vf - as '-1 1- , x',I,L'. - -. MQ .1 +L ff ff ' - A .-1 K z L ,. ,f l -,Z-NL 48: ujn, QV AL f 411 -1- - 5 A s ' ' 1 ,. A A , , rl - s ,V I l Y 1, -- p L - U ,A n It 'I 62 1 ' ' I v ' - . , u X ,J 34 Tlfff Mid-day drill Qzfh 9 35 ,i wal K ,, -.Jar-f f 9 Wet, 1, Navm 'V 'lv Explanation lnspecfion vomit?-1 ...v I X, y 0, WMSU AND RAIJIO WURKSHUP 4? Radio Workshop F if I 1. ,X fx if 'fs K . Ge? This on H79 Air . 'A V f' c 'NX' "JA Th 5' ,H VESPER BHUIR Firsf Row: Elenor Mincher, Ann Nunnally, Marrha Darby, Pal Hayes, Jane Beverly, Sarah Odom, An- gela Sfevens, Elizabelh Cooper, Rosa Lynn Hem- meler. Second Row: Carol Griffin, Sue Campbell, Margie Crawford, Rebecca Rigler, Belly Palriclr, Carol Schupeon, Peggy Wells. Third Row: Mary Alice Ross, Gerri Burns, Conslance Burch, Sonia Hiburn, Thelma Saucier, Carolyn Run- yan, Bonnie Fleming. Four+h Row: Janer Slade, Carolyn Freeman, Vir- ginia Avery, Fran Breeland, Quellyn Campbell. Fif+h Row: Eugene Barnes, Darly Fischer, Jack Barnes, Paul Coilen, Wesley Whillinglon, Presfon Caslleberry, Johnny Wong, Carroll Rifchie. Sixfh Row: Bill Slewarl, Jerry Crafl, Bill Denf, Brock Loper, Lawrence Crews, Charles McElvern, Clyde Knighl, Wesley Noble. Sevenlh Row: Rene Moniah, James Moody. SINFUNIETTA The Sinloniella is composed of college sludenls, professors and Halliesburg lowns- people. For lhe pasl lwenly-six years rhis group, along wilh lhe l-lalliesburg Choral Union, has annually presenled l-landel's "Messiah" al Chrislmas. ln addilion, for The pasl several years, lhe group has presenled anolher greal oralorio during Fine Arls Week. F0lK SINGERS Firsl' Row: Lucinda Wardlaw, Elizabelh Cooper, Marlha Darby, Bonnie Fleming, Conslance Burch, Quellyn Campbell, Fran Breeland. Second Row: Eugene Barnes, Jack Barnes, Billy Sfewarl, Paul Coffon, Brock Loper. , 37 J -'-L f QI if gr..-Q52 4 -f 2.12 V ' 2 ,IAV A Q . rw., - . 4 4 u .curtail ii , -A asf? B -e 5 X Rx , ,wx M, flii If W ,,-f. , , , f ' 1 -. sf .W -. .V ,U 1, 'vw 5 '- ' I . , -. vfqlr .,,4g-1.75:-4?,'g6.,,,f, , ,. A V . Bmgsfgfavxieff.--vzifLmw!34srfif52aiziQ ., , msl2i.MswgQ..11ar1s.-L, Drum Maior Kennelh Sasser, FealureHes Jaclrie Macon, Beverly McKenzie, and Do'r May, have led +he band in several Bowl Games lhis year. M. S. II. DIRECTED BY e' -J f -49: 'ssl Q.-'71 ff I 'Tl AN ARMY BAND, ALSO-Direclor Mannoni nof only leads MSC band buf also 3I3+h Army Band, made up of college sludenfs al Southern, 1 .f - ,YL-, '., L , xv--1 .mi 3. V, rl 1 ' tar 'eg - we s 1 U Q...-fr,-cd... - f.,,.,..,, ,,.., ,. rg, F' 'Es : I - HH my Band in full dress on praclice makes ready for foolball game. The MSC Band of l955-56 has had an oulsranding record of service lo lhe college and The slale. ll len? color and afmosphere 'ro alhlelic and com- munify evenls, and also promoled and enhanced Jrhe dignify and repu- lalion of 'rhe college. I+ formed an DR. RAYMOND MANNONI b 5 McKenzie, Sasser, and Macon perform ln chapel during pep rally. integral parl of college life and was recognized as one of llwe largesl and besl in 'rlwe nalion.Wi+l1ouldoub'fll1e i955-56 band surpassed all olhers in Sou'rhern's hislory. Hs snappy forma- tions and ils unique programs were enjoyed and always vigorously ap- plauded. mu.-Ku,,',,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,.,...,v-ev.-we-n ...eu--s. The Dixie Darlings, a snappy drill feam of Soulhern lasses, led lwere by Carolyn Cochran, Sou+l'iern's "Miss Mississippi," add beaufy lo marching excellence. 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Q 5.0. .mua- f W L 3 2 ' ' ' , 1 vxzrk ,Q ... 2 l E i f ., W - Z'.K'B'i1 . 44' A gf if .,..,,a CLASSES ,fr SENIURS M ,sf v 4 vu, ,.,, , L , fi J Class Officers: Sue Minfon, secreraryg Bobby Griffin, president Pal Culpepper, vice-president noi picluredz Jackie Rainer, +reasurer. Lynn Smalling dresses for Miss Hospi+ali1'y Coniesi. Q 1 ,a Y 5 9 G F' Q., ,.,, 1 -mam,-WM, rysihk X ll .Q-274' 'Q 1' 'WV Wg' Il r to N H H , 4 I M .zllfi .J I ' rw., lf? vlslllh 'I' T59 lg. , lg li N MQ, f '-:, ' ' 1 'ol 'lglolgli ., MO.: O,4,,4,9:E li .ol All. 1184, 3 NINETEEN FIFTY-SIX 4 TERRIS G. AGENT ROBERT LEON ALEXANDER Wh 2 ,Ay vwirr i 'tvs X E59 5 l ff F F 5 l ...,, A Nr' 1 K 4' A' 4 f 17' 1,5 1 i , K Kev? 52' " +' - ii... 4. ? T Tis' Q, A ii G 4. 5 :sr '5f"'2lf -s. i L i f 3, 3 H, : f , W ' yin 14" l '- " l i4,,.ff-'7 .1 .U I ' 1 ' x rl I I ,gjug F , . : '-f'i"'9S,' 9 'LTL' -wig ffff5?f.fg22i s gf L L- , if 'ig BETTY LOU ALFORD DON ALLEN r 1 Firs+ Row: l TERRIS G. AGENT Meridian " Marlcefing Kappa Alpha. l ROBERT L. ALEXANDER KI'9Ole Religion and Philosophy Second Row: BETTY Lou ALFORD Greenville Physical Educalion Phyeical Edocalion Club: Wesley Foimdafiong Girls' lnframwalsq Fulure Teachers of America. DON ALLEN Pass Chrisiian Government THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHE MYRNA PAY ALLEN MARTHA ALLRED MK um gf., W MAYFORD LOUISE ANDERSON SHIRLEY JEAN ANDERSON Firsl Row: MYRNA FAY ALLEN Vancleave Chemislry and Biology Bela Bela Bela' Alpha Epsilon Della. MARTHA ALLRED Collins Elemenla ry Educalion Weslminsler Eellowshipg Phi Mu, Membership Direclorg Fulure Teachers Ol AVTIGVICGC Sludenl Senale: SOUTHERNER, Assislanl Sporls Edilor: Junior Class l-lislorian. ANNETTE ALLUMS Ellisville English "Sludenl Prinlzf' Eealure Edilor, Edilorial Board Chairmang Sludenl Senale. ROBERT ROSS AMACKER Poplarville Business Educalian Baplisl Sluclenls Union: Eulure Teachers ol America. ANNETTE ALLUMS ROBERT R. AMACKER Z""' I 1- 4- me -i. JT5 .Q I -cfs, -H IE, , if 'WW' , Av- -..,,,v 'we ...ye SAM ANZALONE WILLIAM F. ATWOOD Second Row: MAYFORD LOUISE ANDERSON Poplarville Business Educalion Eulure Teachers Ol America, SHIRLEY JEAN ANDERSON Sociology Della Sigma Epsilon. SAM ANZALONE Nalchez Kappa Sigma, Grand Treasurer: lnlerelzralernily Councilg Yellow Jaclxels. Presidenlq Orienlalion Commilleeg High School Career Day Commillee Gracluale Counselor WILLIAM F. ATWOOD Summil Fxccounling, Business Aclminislralion Della Sigma Pi' Alpha Epsilon Della. 43 I R NINETEEN FIFTYSIX JAMES H Ausr JAMES Ausrm 49" if 'WV' 4 47' 54.1- '-- -1.4-uv" Homecoming Parade The Dolplmn Club rndes agaun DAVE R. BACHMAN BYRD BAIRD Eirs+ Row: JAMES H. AUST JAMES AUSTIN Second Row: DAVE R. BACHMAN EC AccounMnq CM,:b'T6'r1 BYRD BAIRD Baptist enh Un P Gamma 44 .vm 5:3 THE DAWN OF A NEW E. C. BANCROFT ARDITH M. BARLOW .. J. , ' ' ' K E J K 'ui '1 ' W A z H 12-f :Q ' PW' gf Ab mf ., ' ,A. an iv E ' f ' A ,V1' wr' J ls, qiz: 1,g,e Keg fi . -,V1 K K .wer--1 . inf' WILLIAM H. BARRETT JOSEPH H. BARRON Firs+ Row: E. C. BANCROFT Meridian Personnel Manaqemenl Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurerg R,O.T.C. Company Commander, Disline quished Mililary Cadelg Velerans Club: Della Sigma Pl. ARDITH M. BARLOW Florence l-lislory EARLENE BARNETT Philadelphia Home Economics Home Economics ClubjBapllslSluder1lS Union DOROTHY BARO Biloxi Elemenlary Educallon Newman Club: Fulure Teachers ol America ERA AT MISSISSIP EARLENE BARNETT 'ui ' , f ' gif! M .N iw SARA GRACE BARROW Second Row: WILLIAM H. BARRETT Pl SOU T H E R N DOROTHY BARQ ff, ,Tr f 4 'EP- vr ml V 7' war' '. 2 T' ' A CT?-r ' 'W' ,iii I 334' . QA V .. ,,,, , A A 1. L ' wif-' fm.- ROBERT F. BAUGHN Gulfporl Personnel Manaqemenl JOSEPH H. BARRON Kappa Sigma: Kappa Pig Alpha Psi SARA GRACE BARROW Haifiesburg Omeqaq Soulhern Players, Jackson Business Education Phi lvlu ROBERT F. BAUGHN Accounlinq Canlerbury Clubg Alpha 45 Llberly Epsilon Alpha, SENIURS I, , ff 1 s 1 A 2 'f 3 'I T V' 1 Y ,fir iii il i fl f Z Dean McLemore does a li++le bragging abou+ his charming companion. Six+y-minufe Man! 1-5-"ii" ,L J 4 '7 '53 -15' ' .T,,,f159s4?'.26'mw . :'Qa'Q,y'Clf . . 4 ' . ng' if ,: -73 iw, 2.1.645- v '."' 5 1 .-nP-1-fr M" .' ,, "mr 'xi' , 5 J. gf .' - -x A . 'QQ lb."',"4' NYE' TFP, 4g.'3:QT 'E l' 93' "' 1 . W . sr -. -' ---sfi-'114,fzf.Hf"r1r.gf fff- -2? wffrfr-ff 'T'-hge: 'gf'f"', ' Nurs? 1 .1 ' ' ' fe: fri' Il,3fi'f.mj1L.."iYL .Q-.?2i?'r9f'im.A 4046 NINETEEN FIFTY-SIX! ERSKIN BEASLEY MARV!N BECK 0--0 ov" ' A,-fe' f 'FW' I . : V ,WA ' A ' 'ribs - f I, s gr- A MARILYN BENNETT EUGENE S. BENVENUTTI Firsl Row: ERSKIN BEASLEY Rosedale i- Business Eclucaflon MARVIN BECK Pentacola, Florida Physical Educafion Basketball- M Club. MARILYN BENNETT Pefal l-lisfom, Health and Physical Edmallon Plwslcal EduQallon Club. EUGENE S. BENVENUTTI Pass Chrisiian BLIMDESS Pl Kappa Alpha' PE Tau Sigma. T THE DAWN OF A NEW ER JOSEPH BEST suv J. BETHA. JR. -M, '-1, v'W'-in - .....,..w""" 'Wadi' wwwvf' 'WW :Y - L-Y: We W'-' V'1'-- ..,, 2 65 A AT MISSI SSIPPI SOUTHERN CATHERINE ANN BIANCA DALLAS G. BIGGERS ' jul' WT X 9: -qxg sv' -.11 .W . 'I I I :ffl 'f22,.:2flge:f . " 1" ' 'Ury Af N1 ' ,, .yn . , , if ,J 6 , 5, " " Bw ,, ,AZ 3 '43 Jw B I ' 'ff JW . M " . ,A I In B B- 3-1 "-' 5 et '12-1i:sfgs2 s15ff--5 I - . , Wgjg' -. , , :M ' . . ALICE BIVIN MARK BLANKENSTEIN Firsl' Row: JOSEPH M. BEST Woodville Marlceling GUY J, BETHEA, JR. Laurel Chemislry American Chemical Sociely, CATHERINE ANN BIANCA Indianola Business Educalion Alpha Sigma Alphag Regislrar, Chaplain, Secrelaryq Choral Union: Pi Omega Pig Newman Clulo, Se-crelary, Vice-President DALLAS G. BIGGERS Tupelo Hislory , BOBBY BOATNER MARY JANE BOLEWARE Second Row: ALICE E. BIVIN Haffiesburg Elemenlary Educalion MARK BLANKENSTEIN Jackson Pi Kappa Alplia: Corresponding Secrelary, I-liglorian, Assislanr Pledge Masler: Shield and Diamond Correspondent Sludenl Senale, l954455Z Omicron Della Kappap "Who's Who Among Sfudenls in American Uni- versilies and Colleges," l954-557 Soulhern Playersq Alpha Psi Omega, Treasurer: SOUTI-IERNER, lzralernily Edilor, I953-543 Edilor-in-Chief, l954-55: Edilor-in-Chief, l955-56. BOBBY BOATNER Long Beach Busineirs Adnninislralion Phi Kappa Tau, MARY JANE BOLEWARE Pren+iss Home Economics Fulure Teachers of America: Home Economics Club- Werlew Foondav-5'n 47 4 SENIURS , fx D4 x l .5 ,L 255' "" , Eifgfe.-: 4 4 , f"F,l-5 f -eg? SEB! -' li E"'7!if"'?E 22: ref of-ffci 'uni s L' fins.-H-'f' - if ELF- wr K if fr 25 , ag- f " 3 ff E . Y , f 11:1 ' 'A . A .ffrf if ' 'vi' 4' " ,izgf-fri if ,,'- - .- .,.,,.m. I . .wh vb . -. . A JA if ,' 41 Q Senior girls sleep in luxury in modern Bollon l"'lall. Does lhis piclure loolc familiar? 'Vx are-arm ' " NINETEEN FIFTY-Sll ANN BOND FRANK BOUNDS ' Sui' F' . y i - , LILLIAN MULLINS BOUNDS CAROL BOYLES Flrsl' Row: ANN BOND Moss Poinl 1- Elemenlary Educalion Physical Education Club: SigmaSiqma Sigma, Corresponding Secrelaryg Dixie Darlinqs, Lieulenanlg Symphonic Band: Dolphin Club: Fulure Teachers of America: "Hey Daze." FRANK BOUNDS Newlon Accounlinq Alpha Epsilon Alpha. Second Row: LILLIAN MULLINS BOUNDS Lumlaerlon Library Science Baplisl Sl-.idenls Union CAROL BOYLES Foresl Elemenlary Educalion Fufure Teachers ol America 48 THE DAW GARY L. BRANTLEY , "NPS, QQ . I-,X if ' -qv-'ff' Q' 12' ia ,.1,,, .,,,,x FRANCES BREELAND Firsi' Row: GARY L. BRANTLEY NO F A N E W WILLIAM o. BRANTLEY 'W'- -nw -A ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN HARRIET BREAL COVERT D. BRELAND ' RU PERT BRELAND Walnuf Grove Business Adminislralion. WILLIAM O. BRANTLEY HARRIET BREAL I COVERT D. BRELAND l i Walnuf Grove Business Educalion Biloxi Business VEduCa+ion Alpha Sigma Alpha. Wiggins Geology and Malh , ,. I -1' x V ,.- f. Q il- . xx 1 , "" ' . . , ,,', .,,. Qgvn- if .':vv ' ' , 5. .,""" .'...,. I ii i ,f-,,,. W I f R?':4a I' DONNIS BRENT DONALD BROADUS Second Row: FRANCES BREELAND Biloxi Music Educalion Vesper Choirq Choral Union: Folic Singersg Music Educafons Nafional Associaliong Chi Omega: Pledge Mislress, Vice-Presidenlg Junior Class Maid, Sludenl Body Maid of Homecoming: Second Vice-Preside-nf of Sludenl Bodyg Junior Class Senalorg Co-Edifor of "The Soulhern Drawlf' Wesley Foundalion Councilg Pi Tau Chip Council of Presi- denls: Religious Emphasis Week Comrnilleep Dormilory Chairmang Vice Presidenl of Soulhern lnlercollegiare Associalion of Sludenl Govern- menfg Chairman ol Women's Affairs Board. RUPERT BRELAND Bogalusa Geology. Biology, Geography Geology Club: General Na+: Sludenl Senafe: Dormilory Presidenl, Dor- milory Viceepresidenlg Sludenl Affairs Boardg "Sluden1 Prinli' Sfafl. DONNIS BRENT Wesson Home Economicsg Educalion. Home Economics Clubg Kappa Omicron Phi, Presidenlg Baplisl Sfudenls Union. DONALD BROADUS Wiggins Journalism 49 SENIURSN-N ETEE N f-F1 'FF' Qi V f 'fflffrtay-',:41Zf',?"'2 12412111- - Y mm 5,-we 512990 Mm. :fr w-wi",j"' Mfzreilxiii QL X545 4z::,q,5 jr Q M' , mf A " - fr WWII agus va,"-we 1' 41- imwt was ev , in 540 W naar' Seen' , B r-1-....'3 :----i wnb E l li ae? 3: , Pi . Wag? 1 No mail again? W X -: . v : IM N- Freshmen exhibil fheir falenf for benelif of upper classmen. L, as... ,1 ,I ,, , . r ? , ,ii,L:y3,V 1 , I vw T LW , A , sn.. W ,. 5, , . '- 4 +- 'ffif 7 I .f Xi 1' - .lil 15, - ! K N. D v I BETTE BROUGH CATHERINE BROWN i v 2 bl ,4--asf DOROTHY JEANNE BROWN DOUGLAS BROWN Firsf Row: BETTE BROUGH Greenville -- Recreafion Della Sigma Epsilong Physical Educafion Clubg lnframural Manager of Della Sigma Epsilon. CATHERINE BROWN Jaclrson Elemenlary Educalion Fulure Teachers ol Americaq Soulhern Belleg Wesley Foundafion. Second Row: DOROTHY JEANNE BROWN Brookhaven Business Educafion Kappa Della, Presidenf, Treasurerg Kappa Della Pip Pi Omega Pi, Presi- clenlg Pi Kappa Pi: Phi Della Rhog Alpha Lambdag "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universiriesf' Sophomore Sludenf Council Rep- resenlaliveg Secrefary ol: Sludenl' Governmenl Associalion: Secrefary 'fo Business Sfall of "S1udenl Prinlzf' Senior Class Edilor of SOUTHERNER3 Bapfisr Sludenf Union: Sfudenl Governmenl' Associalion Courl Jusfice. T DOUGLAS BROWN A McComb I Music Alpha Tau Omega. I 50 THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN EARL J. BROWNLEE JAMES BROWN JAMES S. BRUMFIELD WARD T. BUCKLEY D W 'dmpw .,,, YA 5. ,I A J T flz ' - ' I 1 -EJ 1 1" - I Fw ii 1 -f""""',. 57 EIZJJ ZJ' J 'J of I S.. -V :IVQA , L , ,A , M I .Q II my , - J l,,. My News CONSTANCE BURCH CHARLES BURNS Firs+ Row: New Orleans, Louisiana EARL J. BROWNLEE Radio and Television R.O.T.C. Rifle Teamg Announcing Siaici ol W,M.S.U. JAMES BROWN Hazlehursf lncluslrial Arls JAMES S. BRUMFIELD Poplarville Library Science WARD TOM BUCKLEY, JR ....... . , Charlesfon Radio and Television Rho Tau Sigma. GERRIE BURNS GLEN BURROW Second Row: CONSTANCE BURCH McComb Music Eclucalion Vesper Choirg Folk Singersg Chi Omega Sororily, Chapler Correspond- enlg Choral Union, Opera Workshopg Bapiisi Sfudeni Uniong Music Educalors' Nalional Conference: Freshman Class Treasurerq Religious Emphasis Week Commi++ee. CHARLES BURNS Shubufa Chemisfry American Chemical Socieiy. GERRIE BURNS Music Vesper Choir: Choral Union GLEN BURROW Heidelberg Business Adminisiralion Kappa Sigma. 5l NINETEEN FIFTY-SI JANICE BUSBY KENNETH CAGLE ff, 'wg fRQ 4 ""' ' 1 TQ 55 My 325. Of' . , f'-9 'X W-4' ARTHUR L. CAMERON CHARLES CAMERON Firsi Row: JANCIE BUSBY Ellisville '- Home Economics Home Economics Club. KENNETH LEON CAGLE Mobile, Alabama Markefing Alpha Tau Omega, Pledge. Second Row: ARTHUR L. CAMERON Hafliesburg Personnel Management Marlceling Club: Presidenl of Baplisf Men on Campus: Sergeanf-al-Arms, Veferans' Clubg Business Manager, W,M,S.U.g Rlwo Tau Sigma. CHARLES CAMERON Mobilef Alabama Foreign Trade Kappa Sigmaj Della Sigma Pi. l TI THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN THOMAS E. CAMP SUE M. CAMPBELL 3 . Esifias. WV 'A Y ,gg v ,MI Q ,', 2 ' W' 'flaw 1 VT , 3' A www' 5 "' A f 2' 35 5 W ROLAND C. CARSON MALCOLM L. CARTER First Row: THOMAS E. CAMP Heidelberg Chemistry SUE M. CAMPBELL Wiggins Elementary Education Vesper Choir, Choral Uniong Wesley Council, 'Chi Omega, Treasurer Future Teachers ot America, Secretary, Elementary Council. JEANNINE CANAAN Lopley, Alabama Health and Physical Education Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Sigma Alpha, Chaplain, Intramural Manager, Physical Education Club, Secretary, Phi Delta Rho: Student Section ot Health, P'hys.ical Education and Recreation, President, Dolphin Club: Modern Dance Group. GENEVA ANNA CARSON Fayetteville, West Virginia History JEANNINE CANAAN nr. 'WN """TM"""fY Viy., I 5 4 Av . IT gilfifii .i" , , BILLY G. CHAN EY Second Row: GENEVA ANNA CARSON 1 ,gains sf' ""'Cl.l.f7. 5 ,x f' iii CLOIS CHEATHAM ROLAND C. CARSON Hattiesburg Psychology MALCOLM L. CARTER Natchez Economics BILLY G. CHANEY Union Elementary Education CLOIS CHEATHAM Preston Chemistry American Chemical Society 53 The "Four Freshmen" sip cokes while being admired by Joe. .-.1 a' .' . . v f'4 is t -L. 5 ' '.' ..'- 5' '- -Yu -. int., ..,,'-s., ...J 1 v,'-'-.'-. 'f istsewns- H, ' u f ', .4 e s - M w 51. ' A u HHN "6".'4-C' u .C ft g11.5i,f:A I.. -A' s 1. K Q, ' uv' 'Q 1 is v jf fx S K K c m 3 n n . ,Q . I ug K 4 - .A ' ' H'tl is 'pf' ' , .. '-f. ' ,.j .X is K 1. c .. L .- i 'XCQQ 9 M-1 ingest it x gt sg ,:.'::.j . AX 3 ' QQ f x-Cty' K '- ', 1-ns' A Jim, - - io- .-' -,r-M 0'- Home Ec prepares Soulhern Belles for lives as wives. 1 , l N I N E CHESTER CLARK . '73 ' .I if N 'YQ FRANCES CHIPLEY Second Rciiv: CHESTER CLARK l-lislory ELLA JANE CLARK Elernenfary Educalion TEEN FIFTY-SIX HUBERT IVAN CHISOLM ls ,W 'VS ,iq ,,..4-r l 3 1 'q 'Q si' I s 1, I . -MQ F , Q 4-iff' - 5 ELLA JANE CLARK Slringer Lilaerly Bap1is+ Sfudenf Union: Young Women's Associafion. Firsl' Row: FRANCES CHIPLEY Educalion HUBERT IVAN CHISOLM Personnel Management 54 Foresl Meridian V T H E D A W JANIS ANN CLARKE wr' . uw... f,,,, we NOFANEWE MARY RUTH CLAYTON AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN RANKIN A. CLINTON, JR. JESSE E- COLLINS - .W ,I ,Q ',,.. 5 til" . Q 1 v 0-,aft E .- 1 . "' 5 ' MW . 'spew . . fj3 iE?' im- 1 :AV 'E ' l JESSE M. COLLINS WALTER R. COLLINS WALTER O. CONN WILLIAM P. COOK Firsi' Row: Second Row: JANIS ANN CLARKE Mobile, Alabama JESSE M. COLLINS Meridian Elemenlary Educalion Geology Chi Orneqag Kappa Della Pig Baplisf Sludenl Uniong Fuiure Teachers Kappa Alpha. of America. MARY RUTH CLAYTON Collins WALTER R. coLLiNs Meridian Secrerarial Siudies Geology I Della Delia Delia, Treasurerg Sludenf Chrislian Federalion, Treasurer: 1 Wesiminsfer Fellowship: Phi Della Rho, Vice President Pi Kappa Pi, Vice Presidenig Pi Tau Chi, I-Iislorian. WALTER O. CONN Long Beach RANKIN A' CLINTON Haffiesburg Business Adminisfraliong Economics I Mafh JESSE E. COLLINS Haffiesburg WILLIAM P. COOK Philadelphia Business Adminislralion Business Aclminislralion l I 55 ii i i W , i i 4 r 3 I I NINETEEN FIFTY-SIXi ROBERT S. COONER SCOTTIE COONER i fzfffffs' g ,nw TN 'L Y 3. ni a ii f Ii is i Q, ' Os" A E -1- if v ii, li V , 5 Q 5 A Q L 'i A+mo5phe,e. ARNOLD J. COOPER, JR. CARLE COOPER Firs+ Row: Adair Baies and George Herrin reign as Homecoming Queen and King. ROBERT S. CONNER SCOTTIE COONER Calhoun Ciiy 1 Elemenfam Educafion Piwsiitai Educcfi-on Ciub' Bapfiv Sfndenf Unione Future Toaglners ff AfUGfi"hj Sigma Sigma Sigma Scrorify Dixie Darling, I Second Row: ARNOLD J. COOPER, JR. Columbia Businew Fxdmirwiffraiion CARLE COOPER Poplarville ' Radio and Teiewficr' ' PM in. Suqmn Treawrer- Smffmsfnei Puaxer i F 56 1 ,A ff ' THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN ELIZABETH ANN COOPER GEORGE MITCHELL COPELAND . I v 's.,,,.f . ' , JOAN COURTNEY WILLIAM H. COVERT, JR. Firsl Row: ELIZABETH ANN COOPER Columbia Home Economics Home Economics Club, Presidenlq Pi Tau Chi, Vesper Choir, Choral Union: Folk Singersg Bapfisf Sluclenl Union, Execufive Councilg Young Woman's Associalion. GEORGE MITCHELL COPELAND Philadelphia General Science MARILYN COPELAND Heidelberg Psychology Sigma Sigma Sigma. Scholarship Officer, Psychology Club, Alpha Lambdag Phi Della Rho, Pi Kappa Pi. CHARLES J. COUEY Mobile, Alabama Psychology Wesley Founclaliong Circle K, Charler Member: Scholar Club. MARILYN COPELAND CHARLES J. COUEY I rf, WNW Ti . wwf? 1:-Y .:.,,,ygy ,i. , ,. ,N s :-:I 4 ' . 'I Q. N 5 as , W 'T' N'M""""W'w-,, ' MM, ,pi 1 - 3 JAMES OLIVER COX. III JERRY CRAFT Second Row: JOAN COURTNEY Sumrall Home Economics Secrelary, Freshman Class, "Sluden'r PrinIz," Columnisl, Fealure Ediior, Edilorial Board Chairman: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Presicleni: Alpha Lambda, Kappa Omicron Phi, R.O.T.C. Sponsor, Homecoming Queen: Homecoming lvlaidg Beaulyg Phi Kappa Tau Sweelhearly Phi Della Rho: "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universiliesg Pan-Hellenic, Treasurer. WILLIAM H. COVERT, JR. Meridian Business Aclminislralion Pi Kappa Alpha. JAMES OLIVER COX, III I"Ia+'I'iesburg Kappa Alphag Tennis Team. JERRY CRAFT Pelal Marlieling Alpha Tau Omega, Secrelary, Vice-Presidenlg Omicron Delia Kappa, Vice-Presidenlg Vice-Presidenl Junior Class: Fralernily Edilor, SOUTH- ERNERg Vesper Choirg Choral Union: Soufhern Playersg Circle K. 57 SENIURS We ,ffx Sara Prafl' gives Myr+ Wnngo scandalous face for School for Scandal." Y l I 41 l w THE DAWN OF A NEW LAWRENCE M. CREWS TED LANE CRITTEND ERA EN PATRICIA ANN CULPEPPER ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM Firsi' Row: LAWRENCE M. CREWS Business Adminislralion Circle K: Vesper Choir, I-lafliesburg Choral Union, Wesley Fo Yellow Jaclcels. TED LAN E CRITTEN DEN Accounling i BESSIE GRACE CROWD-EN 1 Business Educafion LOUIS CSASZAR Business Adminisiraiion i Columbia undaiiong McComb OveH Sumrall AT MISSISSIPPI SO BESSIE GRACE CROWDEN LOVIS CSASZAR '19 5 1 L,,.,E. , l,.., . ' JOE F. DARNALL ODETT DAUGHERTY Second Row: PATRICIA ANN CULPEPPER Macon English Alpha Sigma Alpha, Presidenlg Pi Kappa Pi, Presidenfg "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universiiiesf' Lambda loia Tau, Secreiaryg Kappa Della Pi, Treasurer, Senior Class, Vice Presidenig Alpha Lambda, Phi Della Rhog Pi Tau Chi, Bapfisf Sfudenl Uniong Sophomore Class Vice Presidenlq Alpha Lambda: Scholarship Trophyg Tri Del+a Pan- I-lellenic Scholarship Trophy, ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM Jackson Business Educalion Wesley Foundaliong Pi Omega Pi. JOE DARNALL Tupelo English Kappa Sigma, Vice-Presideniq Infer-Fralerniiy Council. ODETT DAUGHERTY Sfonewall Home Economics Educafion Home Economics Club, Baplisl Siudenl Union 59 UTHERN SENIURS ,fr ifllf' P 43" 4 1. K - X6 r V r r f 4 RLS' in ff" Am T 1 YN ' r 1 .auf - .HQ ' Av. I 'W 1 .ww - ., , M, N L " " Hn- V wc.. ln Homecoming Parade Velerans Club floar wins wills famous porfrayal. Dixie Johnson and Jaclr Hill Queen and Kin of Hallowe'en Carnival, ' 9 receive gif+s from Powell Ogletree. if """ - 60 3 NINETEEN FIFTY-SIX GENEVA DAUGHDRILL PANSY GRANTHAM DAUGHTREY- QW ff MN 16 "4 5 ' w.. 7 ,Qi T. wwf' , an A , V f" 4" ,D f'. I ,X WALTON S. DAVENPORT ANNETTE WELLS DAVIS Firsi Row: GENEVA DAUGHDRILL Silver Creek Secrefarial Sfudles Wesfminsler Eellowslwip, PANSY GRANTHAM DAUGHTREY Seminary Elemenhary Educalion Second Row: WALTON S. DAVENPORT Siluria, Alabama Accounting and Businesy Aclminibfrafion Veferans Clube Alpha Epsilon Alpha, ANNETTE WELLS DAVIS MCLAlN Ins1i+u1ion Manaqemenl Home Economics Club: Bapfisf Sfudenr Union THE DAWN 0F A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHER GRACE LIGHTSEY DAVIS JIMMY B. DAVIS x '5 xy -nf-'-f?9"' .. I 2 .3 , -. Vx- E - ggi" "" , .f If .R E N5 if My -an vlvb V ., . . ROBERT EUGENE DAVIS DWIGHT K. DEEN Firsl' Row: GRACE LIGHTSEY DAVIS Pachufa Secrelarial Science Phi Mu. JIMMY B. DAVIS Heidelberg Personnel Manaqemenf Kappa Siqma. J. HARPER DAVIS Shelbyville, Kenfuclry Business Adminislralion Yellow Jackefg Kappa Alpha, Presidenl: lnfer-Fralernify Council, Treasf urer. LOUIS H. DAVIS ............ , Lucedale Business Adminisfralion J. HARPER DAVIS LOUIS H. DAVIS ag 3 IBN Q 'gal' -Q. ""'s""'v Fm. 'sv-if ...awe ui: A, ,ff Q PATRICK S. DEL VICARIO BERTHNA DENNIS Second Row: ROBERT EUGENE DAVIS Slonewall Elemenlary Educalion Bapfisl Sfudenl Uniong Fulure Teachers of America DWIGHT K. DEEN Bassfielcl Indusfrial Arls PATRICK S. DEL VICARIO Accounlinq Foolball. Brooklyn. New Yorlr BERTHNA DENNIS New Augusla English Wesley Foundalion, 61 NINETEEN FIFTY SIX S E N I II R S 6 Q O CLARA DESPAIN .F PATRICIA ANN DICK rf, A 3 C3 4' - I,.. , 1 'H-I xr Mn I -aa I W4 4 . V 9 ' W ,A Q ,vm I xi X f' W. Ia- 5 . 3 .1 H' O 9 S Q, I7 A' . lwwi' raw? If 1 ' ,- I I X, 2 as , 1 ,:. -"-' ' 2 'NO ' Ti I 1 "- I -A ,mg , , " I,,. fi C J Talemed pianis+ en+er+ains smiling ladies. FRED DICKERSQN JOSEPH A, DQNNELLY , l FIrs+ Row: rlonn Agar engoys affenfion ofSouI'I'1ern fans. CLARA DESPAIN B, ox, -- Social Sfudies PATRICIA ANN DICK Bn ox: English Second Row: FRED DICKERSON Waynesboro Marketing Phi Kappa Iam DeI'ra SIQFTTG Pi. JOSEPH A. DONNELLY New Orleans, Loulslana Elemenfary Educafion fx 62 'Q 4 xvv- T H E D A wiLuE DowLlNe -f., . 5,51 .. I , I A .si .. N '.-, . H K Q.- 4 ,, X. V V. A??i.3 ., E I e I 1 ,a . Ida.. . . WN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN JOHN DREVER -5 8 wx , wif? - :L A,w'-"'.f..,..w ff? , A ' I I . 1-f 'wi' ' ' ,. ,1.,.:,,:-:,:,- ,,,:g 4 5 JAMES E. DUNN BOGGESS J. DUPRE Firsf Row: WILLIE DOWLING Mobile, Alabama Accounling JOHN S. DREVER Des Plaines, Illinois Marliefing Varsify Traclcg M Clubg Omicron Della Kappag Pi Kappa Alphag Slu- denr Council Represenfaliveg S+uden+ Governmenl Associafion, Treasf urerp Vasa League, Treasurerg Circle K, Board of Direclors. BETTY LYNN DUMAS Bogue Chiifo Home Economics Educaiion Home Ec Club. ANN DUNN Meridian Elemenfary Educalion Della Della Delfag Fufure Teachers of Americag Bapfisi Sfudenf Union: SOUTHERNER. BETTY LYNN DUMAS ANN DUNN fp M. ii n -rw, KJKIIK 2 -I 51, ',. I Q 1? CARLEEN DURHAM VlRGIN!A DURHAM Second Row: JAMES E. DUNN Poplarville Business Adminisfrafion R.O.T.C. BOGGESS J. DUPRE Houma, Louisiana Business Adminislralion CARLEEN DURHAM Collins Speech Correcfion Phi Mu, Vice President Treasurerq Sigma Alpha Epsilong Fufure Teach- ers of America: SOUTHERNER, Class Edifor and Typist Dolphin Club' Religious EducaIion.WeeI: Commilleeg Wesley Foundafion. VIRGINIA DURHAM Roseffa Secrefarial Studies Pi Omega Pi. 63 T 1 4 of I S E N I . R S NINETEEN FIFTY-SIX! VIRGINIA EDGAR ANNIE CELESTE EDWARDS Y O lflk 2' flex: mfg, .M iw iilwkmw vi ggi: WSH' 5' SKQIKVI , , .I'. m imi! , A "" vga! - X1 P . 'Sf': 1-4 ll I 2 10 1 , aw' 5 ,V-4 -4 '14 Jfl - I 'U' Lalin American sfudenis Iallying voles on eleclion clay. JIMMY RAY ESKRIDGE ED EVANS I fell ya-I been framed. Flrsl Row: ED EVANS 64 Second Row: VIRGINIA EDGAR Palerson, New Jersey Business Adminislralion ANNIE CELESTE EDWARDS Elemenlary Eclucafion JIMMY RAY ESKRIDGE Physical Educalion Geology Geology Club. Biloxi Sfurgis .Lucedale THE DAWN OF A DONNA MAE FALKE BARBARA JEAN F 'DR iff' 2 . .-,- 'QT' W I NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN ARR DANIEL EDWIN EAusT, JR. BILL v. FERGUSON -Uh WR? swg, I j I. ff, ,,., A I IISSI II I A A I , as i f 57- A I . My -f at N A .M A f any W- .ww 3-ur""""M' K A WM, ..L,. EUGENE FISHER WILLIAM H. FLAKE MARY DELANE FLETCHER PAT FLYNN Firsl Row: Second Row: DONNA MAE FALKE San Anlonio, Texas EUGENE FISHER New Yorlr, New York Sociology Accounling and Business Aclminislralion Phi Mu, Educalion Chairmang Wesley Founclaliony Sigma Phi Epsilon: Chiel Juslice ol Sludenl Courlg Business Manager, Sludenl Direclory: Lillle Sisler. Aclverlising Manager, Sludenl Handboolcg Debale Squad: Della Sigma Pig Alpha Epsilon Alpha: Alpha Phi Omega. BARBARA JEAN EARR Roxie W"-'JAM H- F'-AKE D y Laurel Home Economics Educalion Busmess Educalmn Home EC Club, Vice Presidenlp Kappa Omicron Phi. MARY DELANE FLETCHER Forl Wallon, Florida Secrelarial Sludies DANIEL EDWIN FAUST, JR. ' Hazlehurs+ Delia Della Delia' ! Business Aclminislralion PAT FLYNN Rolling Forlz Journalism . "SluHenl Prinlzf' Reporler, Columnisl, Campus Eclilor, Copy Edilor, Bll'l' V' FERGUSON Meadwlle News Edilor, Edilorial Board Memberg Phi Mu: Alpha Lambda: Rho Tau Sigmag W.M.S.U. Slall Member. Business Adminislralion 65 SENIURSNINHE Iv " .vi J s- 4 ' f 4 gig-'ia ' - , 4 , 2 I 'gpg V VA .. J, , My .. My ,- 4 :Z .nt Y L ..4 . y Q ,Q I X X- ., V I , I v , - Y ' - wi- ' " ' ' . 'Eli i X ?sa?ff51f?ffW'Tl2'v 2. v-'-12105 I 1 ?' ,,gggff..f:. W f- A -. f-'I'fr - ' Q f L' l .,, ' - H , .. I . Q ,h an 75" fc, V H 5 ' 1 J .a ,KS .. ., "1-'V ,. Fine Arfs Building-a sfrilring example of Soulhern's progress. Firsf Row: in JOE G. FLYNT Meridian Business Adminisfralion Kappa Alpha Order. GORDON C. FOUNTAIN, JR. Hafliesburg Sigma Phi Epsilong lnfer-Frafernily Council. Second Row: BARBARA FOREMAN Crosby Secrelarial Sludies Alpha Sigma Alpha, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Vice-Presiclenlg Choral Uniong Vesper Choirg Soulhern Sinqersy Fulure Teachers of America: Wesley Foundaliong Pan4Hellenic Council Reporlerg Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl. GEORGE T. FORTENBERRY Columbia Geology Third Row: SHELBY FORTENBERRY Pinola Physical Educafion 66 3 F' I-3" GEORGE T. FORTEN BERRY s Q IFTY-SIX GORDON C. FOUNTAIN. JR. A fr , . .v y K X .. . I .f ' 1 5.19.59 .. 1, .img " " 1 K 5 5 5 5 f i 1 1 f rl , I -nu' 'V' 3 2 I Q X. ,ar gl 5 if vu " BARBARA FOREMAN A l SHELBY FORTENBERRY I v i l r THE DAWN O JOHN H. FOSTER FANEW EM M ET FOXWORTH Q91 ERA S qnumtiv' 5- ww-sm' ' .,,. ...Wu ,1,,E CLARENCE T. FRENTZ 3 I ' f i i A . .3 My Ji ' ,.,.,, V -Eff . ' - E. O. GARDNER. JR. f AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN KAY FREEMAN f51.-e.:..3sgg2s'51V3Qig ffgrff II., ,I A, I S '2"1i':ffe:1i.-fki' vi ' . - ' . ' I, MM . .3 WILLIAM T. FREEMAN . in fi, ' Ls . I A... . ff 2 My ,A ...I .I MA .W ,L ' .5 . -5 - "" Q' . "' 4 ' ' . 33 F... . ilfifi- lf' A fi" 5'WfT:-Vf:..". .1 ' 1'- 1 FRED GARRETT MARY K. GENTRY Second Row: CLARENCE T. FRENTZ Firsl Row: JOHN H. FOSTER Concord, Norih Carolina Geology Geology Club. EMMET FOXWORTH Foxforih Accounfing Bapfisf Sludenf Uniong Alpha Epsilon Alpha. KAY FREEMAN Biloxi Ari, Journalism "S'ruden+ Prinlz," Sociefy Edilor, News Ediforg Sweelhearf of Sigma Phi Epsilong Newman Club: Sludenf Chrisfian Federaliong Kappa Pi, Sec:- refary: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Edilorg Haffiesburg Hall House Chairman. WILLIAM T. FREEMAN Richlon Geology E. O. GARDNER, JR. FRED GARRETT MARY K. GENTRY Business Adminislralion Alpha Tau Omega. Business Adminisfralion Della Sigma Pi. Business Kappa Alpha Order. Sociology Alpha Sigma Alphap Hislorian of Sophomore Class. 67 Biloxi Puclrefi Meridia n Greenville Ngu- ,ii-Q " x ENIURS I Nm NINETEEN FIFTY-Sl EVELYN GIBBS CHARLES GILLIS IX qi? M Y Z Q. - fe 1- , W- 'W In QL. WN , , Qi' 5 .iw , ' y X r ' vi' Y .of we I Class in child care Ioolrs more like lun fhan worlr. SIDNEY GINSBERG LOU ALICE GLISSON Could Ihese be freshmen? M Firsl Row: EVELYN GIBBS Philu Home Economics Home EC Club- Fufure Teachers ol America. CHARLES GILLIS Gullporl Business Adrninislraflon Del+a Sigma Pi, President: M Club- Golf Team, Capfain. Second Row: SIDNEY GINSBERG Broolrlyn, New York Psychology Alpha Phi Omega: Velevans' Club: Marleling Club: Psychology Club. LOU ALICE GLISSON Mile Elcmenlary Ifducalion 0 - I' , '- I ,un ga - . :SPY 'W-Fe 'ff ' ' ., f - lf 68 I 9' 4'..f: VB:--' " 54- If-. 1 Hg Q: A 0- 1 w an We 1 ff? ws THE DAWN OF A NEW JOE L. GOODWIN MARK GRANT ,, mg. A . - -y i? A . W , 5,-fp? :,,4, I . ,,,i.. M- --M'--""' WALTER B. GRAY LEWIS L. GREEN Firsf Row: JOE L. GOODWIN Laurel Governmenl Kappa Sigma: M Club MARK H. GRANT Halfiesburg English Pi Kappa Alpha, Secrelaryg Alpha Psi Omega: Soufhern Players: Bandg Syrnphonyg Vesper Choirg SOUTHERNER, Fralernily Edilor, Life erary Edilor. CU RWYN GRANTHAM Heidelberg M a rlceli ng Marlceling Club. BILLY BOB GRAY Pelalafchie Physical Educarion ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN CURWYN GRANTHAM BILLIE BOB GRAY , J.. . .' : 1 f, is ' . Q 'ye 'A gwv-W1 ' 'fu' Q, 21 ai I 0-.f 4 ' ,Q .' 0-17 ,! , ,,,- W . 3- fig,-'Af -wwf. f i. . . X by K. ,. . f 10" vw' I , av "Wav JOYCE GREENE JUNE GREER Second Row: WALTER B.'GRAY Waynesboro Business Adminislrafion Della Sigma Pi LEWIS L. GREEN Sfalesville, Norlh Carolina Personnel Managennenl Phi Kappa Tau. JOYCE GREENE Meridian Elemenlary Educalion Kappa Della Pi. JUNE GREER Recreafion, Secondary Eclucalion and Speech Eclucafion Poplarville Phi Mug Modern Dance Groupg Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sislerg Classical Dance Group. 69 Home Ec clepar+men+ adds beaufy and color +o Homecoming Parade. uw' Soulherners lreep smiling. BOBBY GRIFFIN FRANCES GRIFFIN 1 xv .ff Y 53255 WM 'Ml' MILLER GRIFFIN WILLIAM A GRIST Frrs+ Row BOBBY GRIFFIN Jackson Elemenfary Educahon Freshman Class Presldenf Sophomore Class Presrdenl Junior Class Presudenl Sensor Class Presnclenf Council of Presndenfs Pa Kappa AI pha Secrelary Pledge Masfer Corresponding Secrefary Presudenf In fer Frafernuly Council Treasurer Presldenl Sophomore Class Favornle Junior Class Favorule Yellow Jaclcefs Sludenl Governmen+ Assocnahon Social Charrman SOUIHERNER Sporls EdIIOI' Assnsfanl Edufor Ouf sfandlng Greek of I955 Whos Who Among Sludenls In American Unlverslhes and Colleges Cnrcle K Club FRANCES GRIFFIN Merfdlan Elemenlary Educahon Fufure Teachers of Amerlca Bapflsf Sfudenf Unuon SOUII-IERNER Second Row MILLER T GRIFFIN DeKalb I-Iealfh and Physucal Educahon wnLuAM A emsr Randolph General Sclence Fufure Teachers of Amerlca N I N E T E E N F I F 'I' Y S I X . fa Q fr "" , I ' V ' , J 51417 , ' A X 1 nr" L, i lxvu V .Nl , frlr' I arf' I 'I I 'C A .r4l'- lg- Q A O Mba. ew. V f .1 70 1 Il- THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA PAUL GROEBE CHARLES L. GUNN y . A I . an I .E as W -"M ,,AAl ef 0,,,.--fA""'S"' 3 . M: , -,...:W,?,f-Q - MILTON JOSEPH HAAB N. G. HAMALY Firs+ Row: PAUL GROEBE Marlceling Ivlarlceling Club. CHARLES L. GUNN Halliesburg Malhemalics and Geology JAMES GUNTER Jackson Physical Educalion NORMAN GUYTON Hollandale Geology Kappa Alpha Order. I 4 AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN JAMES GUNTER NORMAN GUYTON -, 1 ' in' T 5 , 0 " A l fl ., :.f ma., KENNETH HAND RETHA JANE HAND Second Row: MILTON JOSEPH HAAB Biloxi Business Adminislralion Della Sigma Pig Baplisl Sludenl Uniong Councilman olWealhersl:1y I-lall. N. G. HAMALY Johnsfown, Pennsylvania Accounling KENNETH HAND Foley, Alabama Geology Newman Club. RETHA JANE HAND Collinsville Home Economics Educalion Home EC Clubg Kappa Omicron Phi, Vice Presidenl. 7I NINETEEN FIFTY-SIX JAMES L. HARDING JOHN HARPER ag. .1 yi -sn., ' All , Q , 0,5 al' .f ff 5.5 , , V, 4-1 A ,Nts MARY ALICE HARRISON PATRICIA HARRISON Firsf Row: JAMES L. HARDING Mobile, Alabama A' Geology Geology Clubg Veferans' CIub. JOHN HARPER EIIisviIIe Accouming Second Row: MARY ALICE HARRISON Magnolia Home Economics Educafion Home EC Clubg Sigma Sigma Sigma: Kappa Omicrori Phi, Secrefary. PATRICIA HARRISON Georgefown Hisfory 72 THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI S0 PATRICIA JUNE HARVEY MARIANNE HAYDEN FW' KIMBLE HEMBREE ADRIAN D. HENDON, JR. Firsl Row: PATRICIA JUNE HARVEY Moun+ Olive Business Educafion Della Sigma Epsilon, Treasurerg Pi Omega Pi. MARIANNE HAYDEN Holcomb Piano Alpha Lambda1 Pi Kappa Pig Newman Club. JUDY HAYNIE McComb Psychology Phi Mu, Social Chairman, Pledge Direcforr Phi Della Rhog Pi Gamma Mu: SOUTHERNER, Assislanl Edilorg Newman Club: Sludenl Coun- selor: Honor Sludenlg Orienlalion Commilleeq "Who's Who Among Sluclenls in American Universilies and Colleges." .BARNEY R. HEFLIN ............ . Jacllson Business Aclminisiralion JUDY HAYNIE BARNEY R. HEFLIN M- 4111 v-df" ,- "WI 27 , ,ww MARY MARTHA HEMETER BARBARA HERRIN Second Row: KIMBLE HEMBREE Bay Springs Accounling. Della Sigma Pig lnlramurals. ADRIAN D. HENDON, JR. Long Beach Radio and Television M Clubg Traclcg Rho Tau Sigma. MARY MARTHA HEMETER Haffiesburg Music Educafion Music Educalion Nalional Conference: Choral Uniong Vesper Choir. BARBARA HERRIN Jaclrson Physical Eclucalion Women's Physical Educalion Clubg Wesley Founclaliong Della Sigma Epsilonq Dolphin Club: Band. 73 UTHERN SENIURS i 5 , i , ..,' 'xx'-.f in--an-QIIQ N I JAMES T. HERRING NETEEN FI FTY-SIX! OMEGA HERRINGTON 'f 3 'Zh' N . .2'fAfQfiif'?ff . 1 V f , .5 +- . grimy -' ' -V . ' V E lf ' - ' Vi F51-t f"7 A,f'f 531 fi ' ' f fi , L 441 , 3, ,ru S f. 'J' ' ' ' ' " 15 ' , 5 .N A , ' ng fi - . ,' 1' -Q.-. ma, A X, f ' 3 . I . '45 , Qu ,- 1 iff.. ' F11 1 ,. 4 . ,v 'PK I fsnfk M l sz- Q uf' ..d"' Carolyn refurns from Aflanfic Cily. JAMES R. HILLS. JR. BEN HILLSM Say "Cheese," M BC. Firsl' Row: JAMES T. HERRING 'a Business Adminisfralion OMEGA HERRINGTON Music Educafion Vesper Choir: Bapfisl Sfudenfs Uniong Second Row: Foley, Ali Choral Union. JAMES R. HILLS, JR. Math, Markefing Kappa Mu Epsilon. J 1 BEN HILLSMAN Weslminsfer Fellowship, Presidenfg Kappa Sigma: Grand Scribe Masfer of Ceremonies: Firsf Vice Presidenf of Sfudenl Governme sociafiony Omicron Della Kappa, Vice President "Who's Who Sludenfs in American Universifies and Colleges." Marlceling , C I A Coll KW f ,ke 2 gk, . ,,..,.. . , 'life if THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN BONNIE DEAN HINTON iv .,,.-:..:. 3- ::A 3 :Ii-fe ,I5, .:.g5sfgz fjgja 'qw 4 if ASI- I ,E Q N I V CATHERINE ANN HOLDER ROY HAROLD HINTON W. F. HINTON MARY ANN HOLBROOK "" AU" , ...r""""w' ' i R ' Lyme if gg. . ., Q A 9 ,nf of CHARLES A. HOLLINGSHEAD SHIRLEY HOLLINGSWORTH ARVIS HOWELL Firsf Row: Second Row: BONNIE DEAN HINTON Richfon CATHERINE ANN HOLDER Brooklyn lnsfifufional Managemenf Home Economics Home Economics Clubq Baplisl S+uclen+s Union Home Economics Clubg Wesley Foundahon. Music Educalion Biology Band: Symphonyg M.E.N.C. Befa Bda Baia' SHIRLEY HOLLINGSWORTH Fores+ W. F. HINTON McComb Home Economics Geology Home Economics Clubg Bapfisf Sfudenls Union. MARY ANN HOLBROOK Gulfpon' ARVIS HOWELL Lucedale Speech Correclion Radio, Television Kappa Deli. Pi. Secre+ary1 Sigma Alpha Ela, Secrelary. Band: Rho Tau Sigmag Pi Kappa De'I+ap Debafing Sociefy. 75 X. SENIURSNIN ffff 'Sm 'lbs' we Y: W i f M r v, "W-1,,,K A' Qgxbx Q 'M-.. 7" "fg- 3 Q :X I ---l?' ,Zzf I, Adair Bafes waves fo cheering camera as Monk S+roud looks on. BUMOND C. HOUTZ, She does look good, doesn'+ she, boys? Finn Row: TED L HOWELL THOMAS H HOWELL Ma+l'1 l L-in Second Row BU MOND C HOUTZ pr W ,lf V4 an if JAMES T. HUBBARD Accounhn NFIFTY-SIXK THOMAS HOWELL pam r "' lg -if if all' W4 T17 aqi JR. JAMES T. HUBBARD Ha++iesburg Chemlsfry Muze ndusirual Arfs Ca nfon 9 Winnfield, Louisiana ' 3,3 AJ Hisfory ,.......---" Phi Kappa Tau I THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN VERLON HUGHES ALBERT S. HUNT, JR. .f ,, g 1 ,Q ,, MW' if say' wwf' 5 ,,,, ,,,. V' X' ?' CHARLES HUTSON JOYE INGRAM eff- - I ' ii.. 4, '77 H ii W"'if 'QL ,A ' - , y 'Tw ij' 1 .. .,. ff: R' A 1 --'W ' wr - lv 1 ESX ,iv 1. g . fb V. Qamcld M , , F .few I A V My ji 'E Mr 5 1 AVW is A J , 2, 4 j S V V2 5 ,X is FRANCES ISHEE MARVIN L. JAMISON JOHN W. JOHNSTON MARY LYNN JOHNSON Firsf Row: Second Row: VERLON HUGHES Mize FRANCES ISHEE Bay Springs Malh Sociology ALBERT S. HUNT, JR. Gulfporf Accounling, Business Adminislralion. MARVIN L. JAMISON Leland Phi Efa Sigma, Secrelaryg Circle K Club, Secrefary-Treasurer, Vice- Presidenlg Bap'ris+ Sludenl Union, Vice-Presidenr, Presidenlq Sludenf Chrislian Federalion, Vice-Presidenlg Omicron Della Kappa, President Baplisl Sludenf Union, Vice-Presidenlg "Who's Who Among Sfudenfs in American Universilies and Colleges," Circle K Inlernarional, lnferna lional Truslee, CHARLES W. HUTSON Viclrsburg Business Adminisfrafion Pi Kappa Tau, Pledgemasrer. JOYCE INGRAM Picayune Biology Bela Bela Bela. Personnel Managemenl Alpha Tau Omegag Velerans Club. JOHN W. JOHNSTON Mobile, Alabama Radio-Television MARY LYNN JOHNSON Halliesburg Della Della Della, Pledge President, Correspondenl Secreiary, Chap' lain: Wesley Fouridafioni Pi Kappa Pi, Secrefary-Treasmerg Phi Della Rho, Alpha Psi Omega, Alpha Lambda: Oulsranding Freshman Wonwan' llS+udenl Prinlzll Sfalzl. 77 INETEEN ONA FRANCES JOHNSON 45? Red Tape ROBERT C. JOHNSON CLAUDIA JO! Flrsf Row: ONA FRANCES JOHNSON my Mafh Fufure Teachers of Amervca 'I RICHARD M. JOHNSON Gu Business Admnnnsfrahon Second Row: ROBERT C. JOHNSON Ha+'he Accounfing, Business Admnmsfrafnon Delia Sigma Pu CLAUDIA BERNICE JONES Phslade Elemenfary Educafson THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN DOROTHY Y. JONES HAROLD JONES JOHN VINCENT JONES L, KENNETH JONES If sf 4. , QW 5 v--4. ' --mf' L as ' JN, J J A! Q,:-gfgzs , , Ah , - .-'f- '-:Kei -eff ., Q i gf., 'Ziff--Ji,1.:+::f3gs 11?-2' 3 - ,:ks,gf,f.f,,',:f,f,,,1, 1 tiff ' - 3.12.14 , -Q K H ...-if.. ,J mi, 2, I AT! 5 ' I E I A 'N Q X E My 1' O E I ! " 4.f' . h V fri... Mi .1 6 'T "'A I I, , I E ' ' I I '- -- 'A" f '.'. ' 'U P "I x E i 3' ffl ' 1- o A 1 1 Z I m U, 329935 ' ' - --N.,....-,..... ... DOROTHY YVONNE JONES . , . ..... , , Pascagoula Business Adminisfraiion, Economics Band, Secreiary, Treasurer: Newman Club. HAROLD JONES Bogalusa, Louisiana Secreiarial Science JOHN VINCENT JONES Mobile, Alabama Insurance, Business Adminisirafion L. KENNETH JONES McComb Accounfing REBA FAITH JONES Second Row: MORRIS M. JONES Business PATRICIA JONES REBA FAITH JONES 0-Q fi, -H3:"' 'E -fi-. fi f I f 'TQ gi' VIRGINIA ELIZABETH JONES Biloxi Adminisfrafion Waynesboro Piano Heidelberg Speech Correciion Sigma Alpha Efa, Presideniq Sigma Sigma Sigma, Secrefaryg Baplisf Slu- denf Uniong Fufure Teachers of America. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH JONES Puckeff Home Economics 79 --u-v..,...1--- - s E N I u ii s ETEE N CHARLES JORDAN D. KARANDREAS A ,,w"wa 'Aa "' NI' -av 1-1 fm , ,,,.,n-.v-f-f-... i' 4X - fi: in ,f sf 117 -fr' 1 ? Q 2 15 ..---J-Q. :l i '-'03' V Coach Vann gives 'Phe low-down. Fugi+ives from class. i Q.- fr, ,.c: HARRY LEE KENNEDY, JR. MARGARET ANN if Firsl' Row: CHARLES E. JORDAN Millery, Alaba -- Marlcefing Velerans Club. D. KARANDREAS Afliens, Gree Biology, Clwemisfry, Pre-Med ,A Alpha Epsilon Della, Bela Bela Bela. Second Row. HARRY LEE KENNEDY, JR. Theodore, Alabar Business Adminisfrafion MARGARET ANN KENT Grena , Sociology Della Della Della: SOUTHERNER Sfarcf. THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN MARGIE sue KEY BOBBY N. KEYS JIMMIE Kimanouei-I 4-:RB HHN.. JM- ' 'I' 'nf 'I- ' ' If ' I ANNA M. KING . ? . . "Ma ,I 5 I tr ' ix' ff - i ,f',,, tl' , K 4 ff . . - - ':..3ffc- 1!""w-J' 4 ' 1 I 2 f : ' F . xr' . I . in If ,iz f I .I"'Zi m.,-. - ' , '. 153, " ' V 'SIM-4 H 323' ' .f ff 'W49 Q5 'B- ' ' " ' fl? Y-,. Ybi.. Q f 596-f ' Q I J .. . V , . -5 Amt Iv -.v Q U l I QY. . - "2 WWW B- A B ' . "' Y Xl i 0 E r', y 6 52- I if .ij I I A CHARLES E. KIRBY GLYNDA KITTRELL VELTON LIONEL KNIGHT PETER JAMES KULUZ Firs+ Row: Second Row: MARGIE SUE KEY DeKalb CHARLES E. KIRBY NBWIOD Malh. Business Aclminislralion -Kappa Mu Epsilong Fulure Teachers of America I GLYNDA KITTRELL Beaumonf 1 BOBBY KEYS Physical Eclucalion 1 . Jackson Physical Educalion Club. 1 Business l l VELTON LIONEL KNIGHT OveH ll JIMMIE B. KIMBROUGH Laurel Accounfinq, Business Aclminislralion ' Geology Sigma Phi Epsilong Baplisl Sludenis Uniong Alpha Epsilon Alphag Yellow I Jaclcels. I I ANNA MARGARET KING Wesson PETER JAMES KULUZ Biloxi Home Economics Accounfing 1 BaPTl5+ Shldenls Union? Home Economlcs Club. Public Relalions Direclorg Alpha Epsilon Alpha. l 81 HOWARD KUNZMANN BILLY FRED LAIRD rv- ,gli If Yu-rvi' ,Q Mb, gif' 'J' Q NV ADELAIDE LANCASTER MICKEY LANE I-IFSI' Row HOWARD E KUNZMANN JR Rochesfer PennsyIvama Raduo TeIe-vnslon Omucron DeIIa Kappa Phu Efa Suqma I-Iusforuan Reporfer Sensor Ad vnsor PI Gamma Mu Rho Tau Suqma Presndenf Ve-Ierans CIUIJ Com mander S+udenI Councnl Presldenf S CouncII I-Ionor Sfudeni W M S U SIaII News Dnrecfor Program Dnrecfor Sfafmon Manager BILLY F LAIRD I'IaI"I'uesburg Hlsfory Second Row ADELAIDE LANCASTER Bay MlneHe Alabama SocuoIoqy Iu enf Prlnf MICKEY LANE Mobile Alabama Psychology NINETEEN FIFTY-SIX I " f'-fag' ml I A J , I . -ful, 'ff E 4' E4 LM., I 1' "S d ' ITU B.S.U. 1 82 I THE DAWN OF A NEW MARY NELL LANG CLIFFORD HERBERT LATHAM R ,R ff - 5 is 1 A ., ' V" - J - Awwu., - ,qv a' e -. t ,-, j awk M 'vf""""f f"'!' GLENDORA LEWIS GWYNETH LEWIS Firs+ Row: MARY NELL LANG DeKalb, Miss Medical Technician CLIFFORD HERBERT LATHAM Eupora Business Adminislralion EDWARD LAWRENCE Ru+h Business Aclminislralion Seminary MARTHA LEGGETT Elemenla ry Educafion ERA AT EDWARD LAWRENCE MARTHA LEGGETT I ' 7 A ,Vg I ,, T: 'gf' Ag ' '7'-nr Qlvndbvpw N, "- Tiff" is ' , ' Q' .,,, Y ,B . . Q JOYCE C. LEWIS MARGARET L. LILLY Second Row: GLENDORA LEWIS Shaw Elemenlary Educafion Bapiisl' Sluclenl Uniong Eulure Teachers of America GWYNETH LEWIS Shaw Elernenfary Educafion Bapiisl Sludenl Uniong Fulure Teachers of America. JOYCE LEWIS Haffiesburg Secrelarial Sludies Kappa Della. MARGARET LILLIAN LILLY Summif English Choral .Uniong Pi Kappa Della: English Club 83 MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN ENIUR Le'I's Dance. "Red Mill." x J NINETEEN FIFTY-SI MARY LEE LIPSCOMB ROBERT LITTON 3- .olvX I , -7 ff' 5.15 -4,3 Y',,s GILBERT LOMAX H. J. LONG Firsf Row: MARY LEE LIPSCOMB Haffiesburg " Educafion Sigma Sigma Sigma. ROBERT R. LITTON S+. Anfhony, Idaho Physical Educafion Baske+baII Managerf M-Club. Second Row: GILBERT LOMAX Lumberion Business Adminisfrahon Baseball. H. J. LONG 'Ellisville Psychology, Biology Phi Efa Sigma, Secrefary' Bapfisf Sfudenf Union R THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN CLINTON LOTT CULLEN LOTT LYNUS LACY LOTT WALTER 0- LOTT .. QW. ,fn- tw--7 1 5, T or 3 5 X """ 2 '4 W ' .. 1 "" ::: I :ily rf' 2 5' . iii 'T . - OBERT VERNON MAGEE GEORGE MAGOLA Firsf Row: CLINTON LOTT Sumrall l-lisfory, Business Adminislrarion CULLEN LOTT Sumrall l-lisfory, Business Adminisfralion LYNUS LACY LOTT Purvis Hisfory WALTER O. LOTT Seminary Business Adminislralion, Maihemafics. U K mi? -cgi: if J-wi' l ' ' WOODIE GEORGE MANGUM NORMAN G- MANNING Second Row: ROBERT VERNON MAGEE Tylerfown General Science GEORGE MAGOLA Haffiesburg Personnel Managemenf Phi Kappa Tau, Rush Chairman, Vice-Presidenl, Presidenlg Della Sigma Pi, Vice-Presiclenlj Newman Club, Vice-Presidenlg lnler-Fralernily Coun- cil, Dislinquished Milifary Sfudenf. WOODIE GEORGE MANGUM Mendenhall Business Educalion Pi Omega Pi. NORMAN G. MANNING Picayune Business Adminislralion, Religion and Philosophy Sruden+ Chrislian Confederafion, Arranqemenfs Commiffee Chairman, Wesley Foundalion, Publicily Chairman, Treasurer: Freshman Counselor: Della Sigma Pig Pi Tau Chi, Treasurer, R.O.T.C. Drill Team, Opera Worli Shop Chorus: Scholag Circle K. Club, Board of Direcfors, Public Rela- lions Chairman, Proiecls Chairman. 85 ENIURS Career Day Panel. Sleep, baby, sleep. NINETEEN FI DOUGMANTON ali. 3 ' 9 fy 2 .. J, , L X, 4 IX , '. I i s. 'fm ,R 46 - PZ' FTY-S RONALD MARION :wx 'wr' if WILLIE M. MASON, JR. JOE MATHIS Firsl' Row: DOUG MANTON L' Physical Education RONALD A. MARION Business Adrninisfrafion Second Row: WILLIE M. MASON, JR. Geology Kappa Alphap M-Clubg Tennis Teamg Geology Club: JOE MATHIS Business Adminisfrafion Della Sigma Pig Wesley Foundaiion 86 Veferans' Basslield Biloxi Louin Club. Crosby THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHE BETTY MATTOX RUTH MAULDIN av-sq 'UNF' TALMADGE MAULDIN NORMA DELL MAYS MSW'- .f ,z ,W .ef I ,Q .W y I, ,, f 42 4 8 1 Q df, Qs .1 ff f if ' . . 1- , :f . B ., - A -M - , 5 3 -s. f 8 1 in I 2 ' 2 A i 7 'iw ' f A 5 I , 1 VW fm IN246 f , MIRIAM CLAIRE MIDDLETON ROBERT H. MIDDLETON Firsf Row: BETTY MATTOX Pass Chris+ian Educafion 1 Phi Mu, Reqisfrar. I RUTH MAULDIN Baldwyn Home Economics Educalion I Alpha Sigma Alphag Kappa Omicron Phi: Home Economics Club. I I I TALMADGE MAULDIN Laurel Ma+hema+ics I I I NORMA DELL MAYS clafksaale ' Business Educafion I Kappa Delia Pig Pi Omega Pi, Secre+aryg Bapfisf S+udenI' Union I I I I SYLVIA MILES CATHERINE MILLER Second Row: MIRIAM CLAIRE MIDDLETON Wesson Home Economics Equipment Home Economics Educafion Dixie Darling: Della Della Delia. Room Chairmany Home EC Club, Com' miffee Chairman. ROBERT H. MIDDLETON Biloxi Pre-Medicine, Chemisfry Pi Kappa Alpha, Secrefaryg Alpha Epsilon Deliap Inier-Frafernily Coun. cilg Lab Technician af College Clinic. SYLVIA MILES Bay SI. Louis Chemisiry Alpha Epsilon DeI+ag American Chemical Sociefyg Befa Befa Beia. CATHERINE MILLER Jackson Elernenfary Eclucafion Fufure Teachers of America 87 ? SENIURS xxx Normal dormilory living. 1 ,C 'fps -- J A. Arlisfs. x l 1 ' .i "1 .x - ,y N., .r. , , - wr... -. -A.. :.. ' ' 'x V' ,rf - u 'f-:,f,.. - ,vi 4 r ,.. ,, 4. , . . i . l T Q'-ggi-+ - r f , H -' ':"1?-i A ' - x xx K 5 - .-'-N SUE MINTON CAROLYN MIXON 5-QA Us K-iii' .sail ,ma "' 46' ' .I 45 T' ANN MOFFETT RENE MONIOT JR Firsl' Row: SUE MINTON Washingfon Elemenlary Educalion Della Sigma Epsilon, Courlesy Chairman: Fuiure Teachers of America Presidenl, Secrelary, Corresponding Secrelaryg Young Womens Asso ciaiion, Presidenl, Vice.Presiden'r, Devoiional Chairman: Secrefary and Treasurer of Senior Classg Bapfisl S+uden+ Union, Vice'Pre5iden+, Third Vice-President Pi Tau Chi, Vice-Presidenlp Pan-Hellenic Council, Cour lesy Chairman CAROLYN MIXON Delroil, Michigan Elemenlary Educafion Alpha Sigma Alpha, Treasurer, Scholarship Chairrnang Alpha Lambda Pi Kappa Pig Kappa Della Pi: Phi Della Rho: Fufure Teachers of Amer icag Bapiisl Siudenl Uni n Second Row: ANN MOFFETT Laurel Secrelarial Sludies RENE MONIOT JR. Blloll English Vesper Choiri l-'larliesbi rg Ch ral Union, THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN WILLIAM MYERS LEWIS MYRICK .I ,,,.,,.m ' Y 410' y IIII' I . I, .V ,- mv ' has , ,A ,S-5, - 31.9 I, ::1v,yxrq4..:- ' 1.5. 31.19 410s M 4 s.,lM.Q4 r? 4 , stil" I.. jc A-as ef' EI I y ' "III KENNETH McCARTY RONALD McCOY Firsf Row: JOAN MOODY Gulfpori' Elemenlary Eclucalion Soufhern Belles: Phi Mu, Hislorianq Physical Educalion Club, Treasurer: Wafer Show: Dolphin Clubg Fulure Teachers of America: Baplisl Slu- denf Union. JO ANN MOORE Laurel Psychology I I Wesley Foundalion. STEPHEN E. MOORE HaH'iesburg Major: Ari X Phi Kappa Tau, Vice-President lnler-Frafernily Council, Treasurerg Pi Tau Chi: Kappa Pi, President "Who's Who in American Colleges and I Universiliesf' I RAYMOND L. MOREAU Bay S+. Louis Geology Alpha Tau Omega: Geology Club: Newman Clubg A.C.S. I I i I I yi I Ii Il Il JEANIE MCALPIN MARY JANICE McCARTHY I , ., ,, 4 y 3 J . . ,May-Wfugw. 'f 'l. I Ilz . -, I -, 1 I 5, may E . .W Q, .- ' 'Q-fn. A T9- . . I 1,-it K, I: vV-A 1,13 ,... 1 ' V ' '-fi ,W x ii in iti i I . Y TI ' WILLIAM C. McCOY M. RAY McCRAINE Sezoncl Row: DONALD MORROIW Purvis lnduslrial Arls Sigma Phi Epsilon. JACQUELINE MORTON Graaf Falls, Soulh Carolina English Baplisl Sludenl Union. SHIRLEY MOSER Iuka Physical Educalion Women's Physical Educafion Club, Presiclenl. LILA ANNE MOSES Nassau, Bahamas Secrefarial Sluclies Newman Clulog Phi Della Rhog Pi Tau Chi. 89 N E T E E FRANKLIN A. Moss "vii A 17.3 WX- .h " ffl' l New Presadenf McCann gels rn+ervuewed THOMAS G MUNGALL CHARLES MUNN FRANKLIN A. MOSS Laurel Journalism Sfudenl' Prin+z," Sporfs Edllor Desk Eclnlor Assoclafe Eclnlor f"""" BILLY RAY MULLINS Macau creek Business Admnnrsfrafuon Second Row: THOMAS G. MUNGALL Plcayune Chemuslry American Chemical Socnely Schola Club CHARLES R. MUNN HICROTY Personnel Management Delfa Sugma Pa THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN WILLIAM MYERS LEWIS MYRICK 7 r f ar ,I Ns V' or if-521 KENNETH MCCARTY RONALD McCOY Firsl Row: WILLIAM V. MYERS San Diego, California Geography, I-lis+ory Pi Gamma Mu. LEWIS MYRICH Hafliesburg Business Adminislralion Kappa Alpha Order, Treasurer: Della Sigma Pi. JEANIE McALPIN Memphis, Tennessee Business Educalion Alpha Sigma Alpha: Fufure Teachers of America: Baplisl Sfudenl Union. MARY JANICA McCARTHY McComb ElemenIary Educalion Alpha Sigma Alpha: Newman Club: Band: R.O.T.C. Sponsor. JEANIE McALPIN MARY JANICE McCARTHY 'W 'ltllsi' :V ' 'I' 1 v ,,.,, g lil: """ ' -'-Jpr' g- f I I If - fr WILLIAM C. McCOY M. RAY McCRAINE Second Row: KENNETH MCCARTY, JR. Picayune I-Iislory Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President Parliamenlariang Pre-Law Club: Omi- cron Della Kappa: "SIuden+ PrinIz," Business Manager, Adverlisinq Manager: SOUTI-IERNER, Associale Business Manager: Sludenf Senafe. RONALD G. MCCOY Pefal Psychology WILLIAM C. MCCOY DeKalb Elemenlary Educalion Ve+erans Club: Fufure Teachers of America M. RAY MCCRAINE Cenfreville Markefing Alpha Tau Oemga, Worlhy Masler, Worlhy Scribe: Della Sigma PI, 91 SENIURS ll full, .J urn gr- Dr. H. Gerald, I1ypno+is+, fascina+es Sou+I1erners. Wafer, wafer everywhere- NINETEEN FIFTY-SIX HERBERT E. McDANIEL MARVIN McDONALD 0-59' M .,,,,.-4' ----. 5 3 N Q . GJ V: -4-:,'.'f' ll MILTON R. MCDONALD ROBERT A. McDONALD Firsi' Row: HERBERT E. McDANIEL Summil Business Adminisfrafion MARVIN LEIGHTON MCCONALD, JR. Naiclmez Music Educafion Alpha Tau Omega: College Marching and Concerf Band: M.E.N.C.: Gold Noles Dance Band. Second Row: MILTON R. MCDONALD Collins Physical Educafion Phi Kappa Tau. ROBERT A. MCDONALD Purvis Business Adminisfrafion THE DAWN OF A NEW VIRGINIA McELHANEY JOHN M. McGREGOR .Q'?35 I W' we-., 'uni ...N .., HS. j5M'Q'l' s is My MARIE McKINNON JIM McLAlN Firsl' Row: VIRGINIA McELHANEY Halfiesburg Speech Correclion, Elemenlary Educalion Kappa Della Pi: Sigma Alpha Efa, Vice-President JOHN M. MCGREGOR Ha'Hiesburg Business Aclminislralion Kappa Alpha: Yellow Jaclcefs. CAROLYN McKAY Prenfiss Elemenla ry Eclucalion Della Sigma Epsilon, Sergeanlg Fulure Teachers of Americag Wesley Founclalion. THOMAS ALFRED McKEE Bogue ChiHo Business Adminislrafion Phi Ela Sigmag Della Sigma Pig Velerans' Club. ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN CAROLYN McKAY .4hm.a, , 3 ..-s f'--ff' 'Q' V ' , ..,... ww..- THOMAS A. McKEE -. M sa ew? 'I I I f fm ' I 1 .i.,i.. Q Si ll"i 'll' .WW ,',, p . , E 'ff' .VV Q .ff RAYBORN L. McMELLON JAMES M. McQUISTON Second Row: MARIE McKINNON Biological Science Bela Bela Bela. JIM McLANE I-Iislory RAYBORN L. McMELLON Marketing Marlreling Club. JAMES M. MCQUISTON Economics, I-lislory Phi Ela Sigma, Vice-Presidenlg Pi Kappa Pig Disling Sludenfg R.O.T.C. l 93 Laurel McComb Moselle Long Beach uishecl lvlililary SENIURSN ac' 'luminal INETEEN FIFTY-SIX ROSEMARY F. McQUISTON REED McRANEY, JR '13 ,sp T 1' fff' ' 'N I ff ,Q V lf. , ' if Q . i""" 2 V X ' , I if - A3 Freshman charm wins again. HAROLD NEEDHAM BOB NELSQN Firsf Row: S+even E. Moore, Sou+hern's dress designer, proves himself- ROSEMARY F. MCQUISTON Greenville V- Sociology, l-lisfory REED MCRANEY, JR. Collins Business Adminislrafion Second Row: HAROLD W. NEEDHAM Gulfpor'r Pre-Law lhlisfory and Sociologyl lnfer-Frafernifv Council1 Kappa Alpha, Vi-ze-President BOB NELSON Pensacola, Florida Business Adminislraiion Pi Kappa Alpha, Presidenli lnTerfFra+ernily Councilg 'Siudenl Prinfzf' Adverfisinq Manager- Council ol Presidenls' M.Y.F., Presidenf. THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTH JONIE NEWTON DAVID NIESTRATH PAMELA ARLENE NICHOLSON Qui . gi, A WZ: 2- 2 xi' "REE-" 15:31-3 I L . . j . V g ,- ggi - . Q , ,L sf' :fs.:., 1119-. RETHA JOYCE NICI-IOLSON 69 ,i f .. AUM' . Y:,, ,guns I Q :QM-A . , I Tl I '... 1 I ' I f" I 3 I' JERRY G. NOBLES MARY BROWN NOWELL RODNEY OGLESBY HOWARD OVERSTREET Fi,-5+ Row: Second Row: JONIE NEWTQN ui+man JERRY G. NOBLES Sumfall English l-Ieallh and Physical Educalion Phi Mu. DAVID NIESTRATH Park Ridge, Illinois IIARY BROWN NOWELL Philadelphia Accounfing Home Economics Equipmenf Vasa League: Psychology Club: Dislinguislwed Mililary Candidafe. Del+a Delia Della, President Home Economics Clubg Horne-Qi:-rning Courlq Wesley Founclafionq Dixie Darling. PAMELA ARLENE NICHOLSON Laurel Home Economics Della Sigma Epsilon. RODNEY OGLESBY RETHA JOYCE NICHOLSON Newfon Thearre HOWARD OVERSTREET Brooklyn Fufure Teachers of America: Wesfminsfer Fellowsliipg Sou+l1ern Players. Pgyghgloqy 95 SENIURS BETTY M. PAGE fra, ,., y , , N I v-...ff WALTER D. PARKER NINETEEN FIFTY-SI ANN PARRISH MARY sus PATTERSON JP? ,cl QQ' 35- . V.: ..,, -I." ma.. 'alfa IFWMW fw- --lv-lv. :fbi '1f""f7 ...am M., A THOMPSON A. PAULK PATTY SUE PEARCE Firsf Row: BETTY M. PAGE McComb Healfh, Physical Educafion and Recrealion Physical Educalion Club. WALTER D. PARKER Accounling ANN PARRISH l-lislory Baplisl Sliidenl' Union. Ciiiiincil lvlemberg Pi Gamma Mu, Senior Senalor: Phi Mu. MARY SUE PATTERSON Pre-Med, Biology Alpha Epsilon Della: Bnla Bela Bela. Laurel Laurel Presidenig Sumrall 96 X, 'P cr ' T Lily Q , N-4 s..-uf, fs illi ROBERT A. PEARSON, JR. MASSEY LEROY PEAVY Second Row: THOMPSON A. PAULK Summil M Physical Edu-caiion PATTY SUE PEARCE Broolrlyn Home Economics Home Economics Club. ROBERT A. PEARSON, JR. Picayune l-lisfory, Educalion MASSEY LEROY PEAVY 'Columbia Accounfinq Pi Kappa Alpha. I' H E D A W FERDINAND PEcouL 'I N OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN EDNA SEAL PERTU IT WILLIAM CHARLES PEOPLES ERNEST B. PEPPER, JR. ,r 7' ,fa if ,4-'v4,0,l- " M, 1 . --,- W I ,f:4l' 5, 2 . , A4 Wu ...fs y ,.-- 'WW 'M' f-ara k, -N - ,A M' sh, .1 .49-"f, N409 .Mllii N f f, '-naw' .. M ww fig. . .. .-:tm +L '- --f 22: I .. , an--2 4185 ' g ,swf ww' , , ,A,V .I WILLIAM H. PETTEY CARMELITA PISARIICH WILLIAM H. PITTMAN TOM POGUE Firs+ Row: FERDINAND PECOUL Geology WILLIAM CHARLES PEOPLES Business Adminislralion ERNEST B. PEPPER, JR. EDNA SEAL PERTUIT I Marlceling Rho Tau Sigma. Business Educalion Wesley Foundalion. Gulfporf Madden Leland Poplarville Second Row: WILLIAM H. PETTEY Magnolia Physical Therapy, Healllw Kappa Alplwag Wesfminsler Fellowshipg Sluclenl Senale. CARMELITA PISARICH Biloxi Hislory Newman Club. WILLIAM H. PITTMAN Kolromo lnduslrial Arls TOM POGUE Meridian Accounling 97 BENNETT F. POPE LELA POYTHRESS SARA PRATT Q' T' as 6: 1-"""'A 8' 1 ,I 'Q' .,:z., f, .Ei , I I Y . ffm' XSHH' 7 swim my ldv' " 'ar X I , Q . . ,,.: I I ' 1 - . . ANNE PRICE JIMMIE B. PRICE JOE R. PRICE F I F T Y - S I WILLIAM B. PRESTON 3-:qi rx 7 Q ,..--43 "' I , . 2 J. WAYNE PRICE l Firsf Row: Second Row: BENNETT F. POPE Columbia ANNE PRICE Prenfiss Business Adminislrafion ,Q Journalism "S+udenI Prinlzf' LELA POYTHRESS Mobile Marlceling JIMMIE B. PRICE Meridian 1 Chemistry I SARA PRATT Wiggins Kappa Alpha Orclerg Velerans' Club, Vice-Commander. ' Speech Phi Mn, Presidenl, Panfhlellenic Deleqafeg Panel-lellenic Councilg Alpha Psi Omega, President Southern Playersj "Who's Who Among Sludenls in American Colleges and Universiliesfl Gulf Sfales Speech Feslivalg . , Soulhe n Speech Aszocialiong Baylor Poelry Feslivalp SOUTHERNER, JOE R' PRICE Mendlan Orggnizafion Edifor, Personnel Managemenl, Physical Educalion WILLIAM B. PRESTON Picayune - I Religion and Philosophy J. WAYNE PRICE Vicksburg Veterans' C!UbgBap+1s+S+Udent Union- Science Club. Hislory 98 THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA EUGENE PROBST OBRA OUAVE I - 14" ' I ' f,,.u-wr" .ri ANITA ELIZABETH RAWLS E. G. RAWSON Firsl Row: EUGENE PROBST Brooklyn Biology Bela Bela Bela, Vice-President OBRA OUAVE Gulfporf Speech Soufhern Players. PHILLIP T. RAIFORD Shelby Business Adminislralion Kappa Siqmay R.O.T.C. JACKIE RAINER Meridian Sociology Della Della Della, Secrefaryg Junior Class Treasurerg SOUTHERNER. AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN PHILLIP T. RAIFORD JACKIE RAINER ff i 41 'ill il as v' 2,-nn' nf Q s .4 E . K.. , "' I . 4--...A-f" T' Ji .- my 'Y' 'f"""'71""'9'7'7S21 " nf' fc '- . : A .f:T..- , " 'ff1if'.f,,1v,i 'B gslvigf. 3 fx. if Ap '-"" ' "Jag-5,Q.2f'j2':, N 1 "5 vfffv. P9 - 'Z F, 1 Z A mf , ,I 2 tj g f., 2. 'T' Q? Q f JOHN RILEY REEDY HUBERT REYNOLDS Second Row: ANITA ELIZABETH RAWLS Haffiesburg Elernenlary Educafion E. G. RAWSON Laurel Economics JOHN R. REEDY Halfiesburg Personnel Ivlanaqemenl Phi Kappa Tau HUBERT REYNOLDS . . . . Purvis Ar? i 99 KENNETH E. RICH JUDY RICHARDS .pf -"v at ,gf-,ES J V: , xx. X wr 2, n W. Lg ff' I ,e ee, I 2 ,,..,,,..,M ,I -nv fi I DONALD G. ROBERTS JACK E. ROBINSON Firsf Row: KENNETH RICH Richlon Geology JUDY RICHARDS Gulfporl Elemenlary Educalion, Speech Correlclion Alpha Sigma Alpha: Wesley Eoundalion. REBECCA RIGLER Philadelphia Music Educalion Vesper Choir: Choral Union: Soulhern Singers: M.E.N.C.: Weslminsler: PI Tau Chi, NORINE RILEY Perlrinslon Home Economics lfappa Omlnron Phi: Baplisl Sludenls Unlonq I-lomo Eionomlci Club. I0 NINETEEN FIFTY-SI REBECCA RIGLER NORINE RILEY ,-nf" my W KR ,lu 'IU5 j-v"""7 ff? if 4" 'rg . fm " f , nl. .,,. -' LEON ROBINSON ALEX EUGENE ROGERS Second Row: DONALD G. ROBERTS Hafliesburg T Geology Alpha Tau Omega: Bela Bela Bela. JACK ROBINSON Ha'Hiesburg I-Iisfory LEON ROBINSON Jaclrson Physical Educalion Pi Kappa Alpha: lnlramurals, ALEX EUGENE ROGERS Gulfport Geoloqv Velerans' Club: Geology Club: Kappa Sigma: Newman Club. PK 'I'HE DAW BILLY PAUL ROGERS xftfb ., , Firsl' Row: CLEVE ROS NOFANEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPISO ERN PAT ROLLINSON MITCHELL L. ROPER CLEVE ROS 41 .Q 1 sg' CW5' -q1"'j' 'wp- P -'.jgf,J'7 , m"+n"fi fs' wif' 4 'T A L, Q. L, ..,.S jj ,avi T f J "Nh 3 nw, 'Uv-' j Maw .ff-W-T'W"' W VT, I Xl JAMES ROSEBERRY GEORGE ROSETTI ERNEST L. ROSS THOMSON ROTCH Second Row: BILLY PAUL ROGERS Collins JAMES ROSEBERRY Halhesburg Marlcellng Business Adminislralion Pl Kappa Alpha. PAT ROLLINSON Glade.. GEORGE ROSETTI Bnloxn Elemenlary Educalion Hlslow Fulure Teachers of America: Bapllsl Sludenls Uniong Phi Mu. ERNEST L. ROSS Kewanee MITCHELL L' ROPER Halllesburg Physical Educafion Governmenl Pascagoula THOMSON ROTCH Jackson Alabama Hislory Business Adminislralion Newman Club. T01 Phi Kappa Tau, JEWEL ROUNSAVILLE JANIE ROUSE 'Wx gfl 11 :Z -d'f" Ja-,nov i? b ,,,,., LOUIE RUFFIN CAROLYN ANN RUNYAN Firsf Row: JEWEL ROUNSAVILLE Pe+aI Music Educalion Choral Union, lv1.E.N.C. JANIE ROUSE Lucedale Elemenlary Educalion Fulure Teachers of America: Baplisl' Sluclenls Union: Swimming Club. RICHARD D. ROWE Jacksonville, Florida Pre-Med Pi Kappa Alpha, Pledqemanlera Alpha Epsilon Della. RONNIE RABIN I02 N I N E T E E RICHARD D. Rowe , 44.1 Q., W I 6. tis i -A ,, rv- , 14' 1 ' QQ' NFIFTY-SI RONNIE RABIN A-'S' Q 'A -anv- w 'Q' -J, .4--"" ", 'n ROBERT LYLE SANDERSCN MILTON A. SCHULTZ Second Row: LOUIE RUFFIN " Polilical Science, Hislory CAROLYN ANN RUNYAN Chi Omega: Vesper Choir, Choral Union: Alpha Bela Bela, ROBERT LYLE SANDERSON Business, Pre-Law Alpha Tan Omega, MILTON A. SCHULTZ Personnel Management New Augus+a Collins Epsilon Della: Befa Shaw vlndianola . THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHER CAROL SCOTT LAURETTA DOBBS SEGARS ,,.,-N J?" I uaffliw- y., , if A ROY L. SELLERS TOMMY SENTER eff 4.. 3 Tw.. sf 4' 0 E H Q 'F' ,on 5 ,ww il Qs!! xv' 1-xi, BILLY G. SHAMBURGER JOAN MOBLEY SHAMBURGER EDWARD LAMAR SHARP PAULINE SHATTLES Firg+ Row: Second Row: CAROL SCOTT Carriere BILLY G. SHAMBURGER Lumberfon Business Educafion Baplisl Sludenls Uniong Fuiure Teachers of America: Young Womens Associarionq Physical Educalion Clubg lnlramurals. LAURETTA DODDS SEGARS Winfield, Alabama Hislory ROY L. SELLERS Waynesboro Elemenfary Educalion Fufure Teachers of America TOMMY SENTER Aberdeen Business Aclminisfrafion Chemislry, Malh Kappa Mu Epsilong American Chemical Socielyy Dislinguished Mililary Sludenly Honor Sludenl. JOAN MOBLEY SHAMBURGER Lumberton English Alpha Sigma Alpha, Rush Chairmang Pi Tau Chip Phi Della Rho, Secre- laryg Fulure Teachers of America: Lambda lola Tau, Vice-Presideni: Young Women's Associaliong Bapfisl Siudenis Union. EDWARD LAMAR SHARP Columbia Mafh, Physics Kappa Mu Epsilon. PAU LINE SHATTLES Brooklyn Elemenfary Educafion 103 JUANINE SHOEMAKE JOHN STEVE SIDERIS 'S-. "Uh k...,'-' .x 4-un :WS 1 . - DARLA VAUGHN SKIPPER EVELYN SMALLING Firsl Row: JUANINE SHOEMAKE Home Economics Educafion Broolclyn Della Sigma Epsilonq Home Economics Clubg Wesley Eoundalion. JOHN STEVE SIDERIS Roclrville Cenlre, New Yorlr Ari' Eoorball. ALLEN KENT SILLS Kosciuslro lvlnzrc Educalicin Band, Presidenlj Symphonic Orrihcinlra- Kappa Alphai Sonfhernarre HERBERT D. SIMPSON Philadelphia Bnr.ine'.w Adminislraficrru 104 NINETEEN FIFTY-SI ALLEN KENT SILLS HERBERT D. SIMPSON T' T ' IGI, , ., ig, H, lf yf Sl- '7- -Rv 'WS i"h4G'3 vgif? in 1. i r' V -v2,,,.,W" , 2, ' ' e 2' . . V , . I , 5 -, "" . -,g ani. CHARLES M. SMITH JOAN SMITH Se :ond Row: DARLA VAUGHN SKIPPER Poplarville E Biology Baplisr Sfridenf Union: Euhire Teachers of America: Young Wornen's Associafionf lnfrarnurals. EVEVLYN SMALLING Halliesburg Speech Correcrion Phi Mu, Pledge Direclor, Vice-Presidenfg Canlerbury Club: Sigma Alpha Ela, Reporferq Vesper Choir: Soufhern Singers: Fulnre Teachers of America. CHARLES M. SMITH Hafriesburg Induslrial Aris JOAN SMITH Tylenown Biology Phi Mn, Pre-aidenlg Bapfisl Shiclenrs Uniong Young Womens Associafion. THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN MARGARET JEWEL SMITH RITA FAY SMITH WILLIAM H. SMITH 'E' CHARLOTTE SNOWDEN A , 'VMI' I I 1 , 'Ulu N 'T' ' Ar "s 'va I "" t, VJ! in X, , ' Q :T" I T' Ar... X agp-.I , -, . Q ,. ff I ' we M .-I A W A M' ij" g l f,,.':fH DONALD SOUTH BILLY D. SPINGEK A. C. SPIVEY GLENN SPRADLING Firs-I Row: Second Row: MARGARET JEWEL SMITH Fores+ DONALD SOUTH Mobile, Alabama Elemenlary Educalion Sociology, Psychology Kappa Dellaq Bap+isIS+uder1'rs Union, Baplisf Srudenls Uniormg Inframurals. RITA FAY SMITH Moss Poinf BILLY D. SPIGNER Marie++a 5 Elementary Educalion Induslrial Arts l Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treasurer AC. SPIVEY Jaclrson I WILLIAM H. SMITH McComb Geology I I CHARLOTTE M. SNOWDEN Collinsville GLENN SPRADLING Tupelo Elemenfary Educalion Commerge Fufure Teachers of Americag Wesley Foundarion. Della Sigma Pig Circle K Club. I los l Il SENIURS HERBERT E. ST. AMANT - Q ' . ,,.. .ff New .- Hg, fx.: .f'."f2!! .4"""-S. 115 GI' if ,ni 1 gf uY"""' LN, ANITA JEAN STRATTON Firsf Row: HERBERT E. ST. AMANT ACCoun+ing gs. SARAH STEELMAN lk. QW: W CZ" aw JEAN STREET Biloxi Newman Clubg Velerans' Club. SARAH E. STEELMAN Meridian l-lealfh, Physical Educahon, and Re-creafion Vesper Choir, Choral Union: Eollcsingerj Soulhern Singers: Music Edu- ualion Azzociafion- VVornen'f Recreafion Associaliong Dolphin Club: Phyniaal Ediicalion Club, Vifefpreaiclenlg Associafion ol l-leallh, Physie ral Ediiialion and Recrealinn- Slare Sruden+ Presidenfz Vice-Presidenl nl Bvllon Hall- Sophnmnre Class Vice-President Wesley Foundalion: Dr-lla Sigma Epsilon, Model Pledge, lnlramurals Manager, Vice-Presiclenl, Pi-ezidenl' Jnniizr Fan Hellenic Council, President ANGELA STEVENS Richlon Vol Chi Omega: WeSli,1y Fniindalinni Soulhoin Singersg Vesper Choir, Opera W,ii'l Shopg Choral Union. SARAH BESS STEWART Hazlehursl l-lomn Effinrimiff, l-qnipmenl lm-lln Della Della, lvlnrfhali llome Economic-3 Club: Rho Tau Sigma' Alpha PGI Omega' lffnppn Clrnicron Phij Weslminsler Fellowship, IO6 NINETEEN FIFTY-SI ANGELA IRENE STEVENS SARAH BESS STEWART ga: Q '- fqsyqs fff V x N ,P 9 1 ,QL AA' ' ., Va" ' T 'nr f' N ' W , U I S QQ 5.4 , - A , -,,....-I if ' ' HOWARD "MONK" STROUD WEDA SUGGS Second Row: ANITA JEAN STRATTON Mayersville -- Chemislry, lvlafh Pi Kappa Pi: Phi Delia Rho: Alpha Lambda, American Chemical So- ciefy- Bapfisf Sludenfs Union, JEAN STREET Clinlon Libra ry Science HOWARD STROUD Haffiesburg Accounting Presidenl' Sfuclenf Government Associaliong Sfuclenl Senaleq Kappa Al- pha, Viceepresidenlg Alpha Epsilon Alphag Debalej Dislinguished Mil- ilary Sludenl. WEDA SUGGS Smilhville Home Economics i Yoiing Womenls Association, Baplisf Sludenls Unionj Home Economics Club: Eleclions Commi+Tee. THE DAWN AMELIA SULLIVAN HOWARD D. SUMRALL, JR. . 'w iigf ' ALAIN i fl N. ..,. I BOBBY RAY TAYLOR JOE M. TAYLOR l Firsf Row: AMELIA SULLIVAN Mize Business Educafion Baplisl Sludenls Union. HOWARD D. SUMRALL Mobile, Alabama Foreign Trade Kappa Sigma: Della Sigma Pi. SONDRA SUTHERLAND Canfon Elemen+ary Educalion Chi Omega, Rush and Personnel Officer: Canlerbury Club, ViCe-Presi- l denfq Fulure Teachers of America: Freshman Class Officersy Sludenf I Body Maid of I-lomecominqg Beaufy. l ALECIA TAYLOR OveH Elemenlary Educalion I I IT OF A NEW ERA Qi. - x It I f I AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTHE SONDRA SUTHERLAND ALECIA TAYLOR .. 'dxf P' .-wsu, . xyn' X f "'f-.d"' 'T' 1" 'iw W.. ,ww 'W' MARY RUTH TAYLOR LILLIAN THAGARD Second Row: BOBBY RAY TAYLOR Hazlehursl Business Adrninislralion JOE M. TAYLOR Laurel Personnel Manaqernenl Velerans' Club, MARY RUTH TAYLOR Beaumon+ Music Educalion Wesley Foundaliong M,lf.N.C.g Choral Llnionq Pi Tau Chip Christian Fed' eralioni Wesley Foundarion, Presidenlg Qhrislian Federalicn Vice, President LILLIAN THAGARD Branlley Biology Bela Bela Belai Fufure Teachers ol Americag We-,,le5 Fo,.ndali.yn IO7 GLENN C. THOMAS ini l I, an f . ,S V un "" " 45:1-sv 5 fs, 3 ,Q-is 2, 35.5, -5.5 .4-1 1 J we- -Q.:-2 JAMES FRED THOMPSON V 4-I as if Lf 2 Y-, 'uxgv fi 4, f' so 1 IA Wa. Q Y.. 4? .V .4 '55:2gfgf'Qw , 1' I , VO,,. V .. KA K If 5, ELLEN TOLER M. E. TOOTLE Firsf Row: GLENN C. THOMAS Woodville Ileallli and Pliysical Educalion, Geology Vivienne Club' Geology Club' Physical Educalion Club- Inlramural Sporls. JAMES FRED THOMPSON Gulfporf I-Iislory VERNONIA THOMPSON MI. Clive Bllulflfaf Edl,IC5IiOr1 Bapliil Sludenla Union. WILLIAM H. THRASH Sebaslopol lliclciry N I VERNONIA THOMPSON WILLIAM H. THRASH Q ..,. I " . 1 cf -ia-.7 fi 1 'atv Q' Afw 7' LOUIS TREMMEL JULIA TRUSSELL Second Row: Moorhead ELLEN TOLER A- Flemenlary Educafion Wesley Founclalion, Secielaryj Fulure Teachers ol America, Treasurerg Kappa Della, Chaplain' Kappa Della Pi, President Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil, Secrelary. M. E. TOOTLE Gulfporl' Personnel Manaqemenl, Business Adminislralion Della Sigma Pi. LOUIS TREMMEL Biloxi Business Adminislralion Velerans' Club: Della Sigma Pi. I-Ilslorlan, Presiclenf. JULIA TRUSSELL Haffiesburg Accounting, Business Adminislraiion NETEEN FIFTY-SI THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT M ISSISSIPP BETTY TUCKER JOHN T. TUCKER FRANK UHER 5 fig . aa, V ,, Q, Mr 1' an, W' W, ixv ,:.::5.,.7 .,.'. 5 , H-JIM. L A ..., , " 1135 J? if W X N , A , fa, ,,,, I S O U T H E R N ANTHONY LEON USEY , . 41" ,,f?Wq sk.. ,,,,,4-f 3 I .ii'i , l was zn- ' ag' ANU? ow X! P Rfazsfi LEONARD VAN ZANDT G-ILSON L. VASCONCELOS WILLIAM V. VAUGHN, JR. NANCY WAGNER Firs+ Row: Second Row: BETTY TUCKER Ha++iesburg LEONARD VAN ZANDT Jackson Journalism Business Adminislrafion Sigma Sigma Sigma: "Sluden'r Prinfzf' Desk Edifor. Kappa Alpha, T. Ha,HieSburg L. h . I Recife, Brdlil Business Aclminisfrafion Busmess Adm'n'Slral'On Sigma Phi Epsilong Newman Club. FRANK UHER , A C"a"e'ol' Pennsylvania WILLIAM H. VAUGHN Birmingham, Alabama Music Educalnon B .n S Ad , ,+ V Band: Orchefshai us: e s mums ra ion NANCY WAGNER Chafhanooga, Tennessee ANTHONY LEON USEY Biloxi psychoiogy 9eOlOQY Cl1iOmega3 Pi Tau Chip Wesfminsfei' Fellowship, Vice-Pre-side-nl: Senior Newman Club: Baseball: Geology Club. Coungelof, 109 SENIIIRS ELIZABETH JACKSON WALKER GEORGE WALKER NINETEEN a Tw "Q "' ...An .I vw- I ,M I , va wr , A Q. , ., 25 vo, , V- -1 , ' . I ' has , , ff " i7 A . ff -- 5 4 'V' 'lwA '.' :5Qfv' "-'Ez-f E , 4 ,4 4 if 1 " ' Q - GUY C. WALKER ,af- fvqi ix A Q .-S "" "-SSI F I F T Y - S I XI sHmLEY wALL 54 . In J 'I 1 4 ni' ., .,., - 1- . w.. . , tif V . A. "L ' Q ' f ' A 'YU' up "7 , -,- I,, ' "HQ 'N' HQ' WILLIS WAYNE WALLEY CHARLES W. WALTERS GERALD WALTON NOLA WARE Firs'I' Row: Second Row: ELIZABETH JACKSON WALKER Lumberfon WILLIS WAYNE WALLEY Brooklyn Business Educalion Biology Pi Omega Pi. Bela Bela Bela, President GEORGE WALKER Pascagoula CHARLES W. WALTERS Tawanla Physical Educalion and I-leallh Geology Geology Club. GUY C. WALKER MI. Olive Elemenlary Educalion GERALD WALTON Dixon Fulure Teachers of America English Wesley Foundafiong Lambda Iola Tau1SOUTI-IERNER, Edilor of Classes Circle IC Club. SHIRLEY WALL Gillsburg Business Educalion Baplifl' Sludenls Union: Pi Omega Pig Young Women'-2 Associafiong NOLA WARE Sl"In99" Elecfion Commillee, IIO Home Economics T H E D A W N cl-IARLES e. WARREN A' .. , - -we' ". .Mi If su 5 ll OFANEWE RUTH MIRIAM WARREN ' -4-Laafgf-Q RA AT MISSISSIPPI SOUTH C. W. WASSON EVELYN WATKINS ,Av .fun-'h . -. affix 'Nfl' ,fa 46" , ., ERN J A M" M H ., 1 if . in -h ' AY :'IA I .I - ,,,,v'. . 1 - . . .. .. ., fa I CHARLIE A. WEEKS JACK B. WELDY C. R. WELLS K "'V, . Firsl' Row: F Picayune Accounfing Orrville' Alabama ,w.Q, I-leallh, Physical Educalion and Recrealion Physical Educalion Clubg Fulure Teachers of Americag lnlramural Manager. C. W. Kogciugko Business Adminislrarion C' Wesley Eoundafionq Della Sigma Pi. Sandersville M usic Educafion -----q.,q X Choral Union Second Row: i CHARLIE A. WEEKS Union Physical Educalion JACK B. WELDY HaHiesburg 3 I-lislory, Geology ""'i'4"i" Kappa Alpha: Oulslanding Junior R.O.T.C. Caderg Dislinguished Milifary Srudenlg Barfalion Commanclerg Freshman French Award: Sludenf Senaleg Honor Sludenl. PATSY WELLS C. R. WELLS Shubufa Personnel Managemen+ LEWIS R' WEST PATSY WELLS Brookhaven Elemenfary Educalion Della Della Della: Baprisl Sluclenls Uniong Fulure Teachers of America: Cheerleader. Third Row': LEWIS R. WEST Geology Jackson I SEN I IJ R S frff DARLENE WH ITECOTTON 'QS- Q39 PANSY LYNN WILKERSON RONNIE WILLETT AUBRY LEE WILLIAMS A L Y.Yf WZ-7 ff, " ' 'sk .4 2? fu l my l Ni' QE . ,L L L I ,L,,' L I " ' I ji .,,. O "' ....,..,.,-4" V , .W JOHN W. WILLIAMS, III. PAUL E. WILLIAMS CHARLES EARL WILSON 'E I 4' I I V, Firsf Row: l ' DARLENE WHITECOTTON HaHiesburg V Elemenlary Educalion I, Kappa Della Pig Hisloriang Kappa Kappa Gamma: Fulure Teachers of Americag Wesfminsler A A Fellowship, ,L PANSY LYNN WILKERSON Lalre ll N , Home Economics ' ,... RONNIE L. WILLET Laurel A' ' ' English Kappa Sigma, Presiclenly Sludenl Senaleg lnler-Frafernily Council. AUBREY LEE WILLIAMS Summil' 'Y' JAMES LEONARD WILLIAMS JIMMY WILSON lnduslrial Arls Baplisl Sludenls Union. Second Row: JAMES LEONARD WILLIAMS JGCIISOHVIIIG. FIOFICIE Physical Educalion Foolballg M Club. JOHN W. WILLIAMS Pefal l-leallh and Physical Educalion l PAUL E. WILLIAMS Jackson Elemenlary Educafion X Fulure Teachers ol America: Wesl Sfaclium, Vice-Presiclenl: Velerans' Club. CHARLES EARL WILSON Philadelphia Elemenlary Educalion Third Row: ' L JIMMY WILSON Columbia Personnel Managemenf ll II2 THE DAWN OF A JIMMY DELL WILSON 1. r Q. .dig . ..:.-wr A 4 'N A -.Je ' I as .., 122-s. -1:2: - i ii" "ii"i ks .. ,.,. , """' AQ- EUGENE WOODRICK Firsf Row: JIMMY DELL WILSON MYRTLE JANE WINGO NEW ERA AT M MYRTLE JANE WINGO JOHN T. WITHERS W-nu. AN ? . - "I r nk.. 4, " Tia' .fi -:.42E ,j.. V M 5 ' ':?Q5f2g5fe411.v 4 :fi 3 - WEE" ' PAUL S. WOODS Business Adminisiraiion Secrelarial Science ' in . ,gk f,gfv.,f M "Wan 'U " W i 5 1. ggi 4 JAMES E. YORK Prichard, Alabama HaHiesburg Soufhern Singers: Opera Workshop: Vesper Choirg Sfudenl Sena+eg Del+a Del+a Delia. JOHN T. WITHERS JAMES WOLLEBEN Second Row: EUGENE WOODRICK PAUL S. WOODS JAMES E. YORK CHARLES D. YOUNG Third Row: WILLIAM A. YOUNG. JR. Geology Baskefloallq Newman Clubq Geology. Business Adnninisfrafion Golf. Business Aclminisfrafion Arr Kappa Pi. Malh Kappa Mu Epsilon. Brookhaven Brooklyn, New York Meridian Haffiesburg Haffiesburg Amory I I3 ISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN JAMES WOLLEBAN Qi ..,,...,f-'f ",A"' -N ....,. .3 fix' i9 4 'wr V... .W- CHARLES D. YOUNG WILLIAM A. YOUNG. JR 21958 1, W9 Class Officers-Sarah Jane Ford, Socrehary-Treasurer: Tommy Arnold, Presidenh Billy Bob McCarver, Vice- President F!,':f.QL1f me YQ ,er v 1 r ' 5 . , J , is 3' gf . l 9' 1 , 47" - 1 X ' 4- " .4 Y ' ' EL 19 'Y bf' ,M U E, V 5 A 5, S 1A Y 'T ' 'Size Aj' A k A K, A , C Q A Y i ,- ,oe .... tug A H Og -.B it A ,uv 4. ' ' Y ,A A Wm 153243 Firsf Row: HAROLD M. ACKER . JERRY E. ADAMS . BETTY ADDY . JERRY AHNISWORTH . S econ d Row: JIMMIE AINSWORTH KAY ALDERMAN ANDY ALFONSO . . Laurel Ellisville . . Decafur Haffiesburg , . Laurel Sfringer . Gullporf Inverness Fayefle Long Beach , Covinglon, Louisiana A Vicksburg . Dekalb Jackson Laurel J .Sumrall , .Liberfy . Foxworfh Philadelphia Haffiesburg ,. . Laurel Haffiesburg Brookhaven , Meadville A Q, J K O-A, LUCILLE ANDERSON L ' fx "' Y ' 4 ' ik Third Row: MARY ANOELL ..,r f J .. A MALCOLM ARCENEALJX an Q. N 2 Jw 4? . JULIA ARLEDGE , 2- Q, J, -Af S., TOMMY ARNOLD . ., 7 , kvxzriiz' N' L Fourfh Row: 535' "T JOHN B.AuST . L , if i"'iZ"3 , Tgvw JAMES R. BARFIELD . ia if A xi ,, A1 H. O BARLOWE W A ' f A ii lim-Yi'A JAMES BARR 5' 'A 'if " . T nn ' lvl A 1- t .4 I ADAIR BATES . , J. A JOAN BEEBE . . Q, . H L, I7 FRANKLIN BELL . .T .55 ,, - fl , N 5 CHARLES O BERRY Y ,f"x ""' D' T E? A . ,Y xr Y Srxfh Row: ' T H JANE BEVERLY L . . 4 LVD: JOHN E. BEvON . ROBERT E. BLATSE . . L . J ,i ,J r, -5: J LAURA ANN BOGGAN rl' Q on "" ' ' I " .75 . 'fl -' i, il4 fi' Hey, Da-d . . . did you run ouf of cloflm? Firsl Row: WANDA LYNN BOND . JIMMIE D. BOURLAND SAM L.BOURNE . . . METESSA BOUTWELL Second Row: JO MARGARET BOYD . LYMAN BRADFORD . . W. A. BRADLEY , CAROL BRAUNER Third Row: CHARLES BREELAND . BENNY B. BRELAND . JAMES H. BREWER , JOHN M. BRITT . . Four+l'i Row: ALBERT ALLEN BROOKS ANNA LENE BROOKS , BILLY JEAN BROOME . LAMAR BROWN . Fifih Row: FRANCES LEIGH BRYANT TRAVIS BUCKLEY . . . MARTHA ANN BULLARD CRAWFORD BULLOCK Sixth Row: GERALD H. BULLOCK . DOMINIC BUMBACA . ZELLA REE BUNCH . . ROBERT BURRUS . , Perkinslon Aberdeen Columbia Purvis Louin . , , Biloxi Buclcalumma New Orleans. Louisiana . Tylerlown Lucedale Halliesburq Harliesburq Columbia . Lucedale . . Mill . .Wesson ry, Alabama New Orleans, Louisiana , ,Mt Ve , . Soso Lucedale Tylerlown rnon, Illinois Haffiesburq Waynesboro . Meriqold I DAWN UF A S 'n , U., -sv NEW ERA me , 5 Km wi- ,, A-' ' 5 f .1 4 F X' ' 5"a-'fu 1 ' 'f 9, X' iff Q ' hx ,pdf df "' F' ' , V M ...- ,,.- , k fa.. , . V 4 - : 1 '-' . -V 'R .... -we -far' . 4" -rf. "' 3' -.. E' F . -A' so f "" lv 'Q' lr " 3 'fr .Q ,fi Q 4' Ai Y 'R A - W " A 'F' , Q' ...ff Q. 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CAPPS THOMAS W. CARL . FRANK CARLTON . . Third Row: A '11-l.- ogg . Jackson . Lumber+on Ellisville . Brookhaven Jaclrecn . Tylerfown Safsama, AIabama . . Greenvllle MAMIE RICHARDSON CARMICHAEL Sfonewall WAYNE A. CARNEY . . . MRS. C. L. CARPENTER . JAMES W. CARR Fourrh Row: NORMAN DALE CARR . . BILLY G. CARTER . . . MARY LYNN CARTER . . RAY F. CARTER . FIFII1 Row: ROBERT CARVER . . CATHERINE CAVES . ERANK CHANDLER . . RICHARD CI-IAPIN . , Six+I1 Row: ROBIN CHAPMAN . . GEORGE CHANCELLOR . JAMES B. CHEEK . . ELVA D. CHRISTMAS . 6 Forresf HIII . I'IaIIIesburq I-Iatfiesburq . Greenwood Sandhill . Noxapafer . SumraII . Poplarville . . Waynesboro Chebawse, IIIinoIs . . . Gulfporf . . f Biloxi HaHIesburq . Haftiesburg . Perkinsfon Fasfer, girls, you migh+ cafch him! Firs+ Row: NORMAN CLARK . OUIDA SUE CLARK TI-IERESA CLEGG DOYLE CLINTON . Second Row: L. K. COCHRAN SHELBY COCHRAN CHRISTINE COLE . BETTIE J. COLLINS Third Row: TOM CONSTANTINE . . Mize Mize . CrysIaI Springs . HaHiesburg . Mobile, AIabama . . Richion . . Hafriesburg . Mobile, Alabama Birmingham, Alabama LYDIA L. COOK . . CoIumbia DAN COOKE . . . Calhoun Ci+y JERRY R. COOKER . .Haifiesburg Four+I1 Row: JEAN COOLEY . . . . .Laurel MARTA COURTNEY . . Haffiesburg BILLY G. COX . . . . . MoseIIe CHARLES L. COX . . .Laurel FIHI1 Row: PRENTISS COX . . . Haffiesburg CHARLES CRANFORD . . . Columbia MARY CRUMBLEY . . .LaureI DANNY M. CURRIE . I-Iafriesburq Six+I1 Row: GERALDINE DALE . . . Columbia HONORINE DAMBORINO . . . .Bay S+. Louis MARTHA DARBY ....., . . Perkinsfon DOUGLAS CLINTON DAVIS . . . Peial DAWN Tl'- -w f-M... il fb Wi, I Ars . '16 1 -.,," ,-f"'T' ,A ,... -eaf v...,,, 1 UF A NEW 'E Q . f-uv Th 'S hd' J 1-7' Q gy. S Sf' "-".:v- J . fi' . 'WN ' .may- M A' Rf " ? .. . . M . ! x ERA 2,6 fi- IQ- .23 :Q , ,r T 5 ' :id Al' . 'qt- We 'S ' . v-- ,,."'al 4 Y yi W J .-.,ff 5 Yr ., . Q ., , . .wg fi ff fa is I A . F A 6 gwy- 5 .as-if- ' . ,- I Q ,fi "' I 'wi ge A Y' V QP l -...."' 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WILLIAM DAYTON ROBINSON DONALD DEARMAN , , . Third Row: BETTYE DEATON . , CHESTER DELACRUZ NELL DELANCY SANDRA De-SILVIA Four+I1 Row: BILLY R. DEWITT CHARLOTTE DEWITT . T. MILLER DICKSON, JR. SLATER M. DOGGETT . FIHI1 Row: BETTY DONALD , we-f' JAMES L. DOSTER BILLY DOUGLAS . . Q' SHIRLEY DRENNAN , 4, Sindh Row: MARJORIE DDRATE CRAFT DoRwooD L JAMES L. EASoM 1. HAROLD EDGAR , I 4 j 118 , Morfon , Gullporl Seminary Purvis , Pascaqoula . . Brooklnaven I-llckorv A Lumber+on Thomasville, Alabama Biloxi Foxworfln Jackson . Halllesburq I-Iaffiesburg , Jackson , Bu+ler, Alabama , New Hebron , Smi+l'wille Newton Laurel . Biloxi , Magee Jackson . l-Iafliesburq Keys and Greer Firsf Row: JAMES R. ELLIS . . BILLY C. ESKRIDGE . VONDEE ETHRIDGE R. E. EURE, JR. . . Second Row: JIMMIE EVANS . SHIRLEY A. EVERETT . WYNDOL FAGGARD . . . WALTER NEIL FERGUSON Third Row: PAUL FILLINGIM , , JOHN FISHER . . RALPH R. FLOWERS . SARAH JANE FORD . . Fourih Row: FRANCES E. FORMBY . . LEM B. FORTENBERRY JANE FORTNER . . JUDITH FORTNER . Fif+h Row: LUCILLE FORTUNE . , MALINEE EosiER . LAvoN FREEMAN , , RODNEY FULGHAN . Six+h Row: LEONARD FULLER . , RODNEY FULTON ..,. MARY CI-IARLZA GARNER LUTHER L. GARRET . . . wha+ is +I1is7 . . . Jackson . . . Sfurqis , New Augusta . Haffiesburq . , DeIcaIb Braxfon . CreOI6' . . McComb . . I-Ialdiesburg ConeI1aI+a . . . NayersviIIe . Jennings, Louisiana . . . Picayune . . Mendenhall . . GuIfporI . . OuIIporI . , , . . Brandon . Mobile, Alabama . . . . .Ricnfon . Ackerman . , Gaufier . . Philadelphia . . . .I-IoIIy Springs . , HarrisviIIe II9 DAWN -rw ..--0 Ar -if 4- ' r. I - ,4.. W mf '31 N '-N wif I X- I'-' N1 v,.i, 1 g"',':E2h ','- -1 - ' Qin- 5155-1 , -ef""TQ ,IK .aw vg- 5 UF A NEW ,...,,.,.v- . '2 I 'Di 1 .....,..-f , E .J . A '- ""' . I. in - 'Wig ' l 1' av ERA av?- -W , "Huw I 1 Eli: " 'E --p .vw- W, A ff 'N I 4. gp .- ... .E Q 1 R D ' I " .6 gr' . M we - W 41... J 'I V. 5. s E ,. 5 M k - -...fu " " my 3 M I WMM. 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I . df! 0 . 4 42 21: ' 4 -an ""-- 'sr ..-Q Li, -'Q I - -. I I 'V I I I I - 'V ,ff T 2 In r K 4, i I s in 1 1 's YN44,'l 1, 'H I '-E '11 f J-.O T"'FPv High School Day-fuiure soufherners Iook us over Firsr Row: THOMAS GARTMAN . WENDELL GAVIN . JACK L, GAY . . GERRY GIBSON . Second Row: MARY NELLE GIBSON NANCY ANN GILLESPIE JEAN GIVAN . . . LYNETTE GLAZE , Third Row: MARGUERITE GOLDEN RENE D. GONZALEZ RUTH GORDON . BILLY GRANTI-IAM , , Fourih Row: DUDLEY W. GRANTI-IAM JERRY GRANTI-IAM . , ELAINE GRAVES . ETOYAL GRAVES Fiffh Row: BETTY GRAY . PHIL GRAY , . . RACHEL GREEN . . WALTER GREEN . I Sindh Row: BOBBY D. GUNTER , I ELNA PAYE I-IADEN . EVELYN I-IAI-IN . ROBERT I-IAILES l20 . Brookhaven . LaureI , Eorre-SI Monticello MendenhaII Meridian . Burns Hafflesburq , I'IaITIeSIJurq . Dossville S+ringer I"IaII'IeSIJurg Sfringer , Tylerfown Taylorsville Pilahafchie . Eldorado. Arkansas . . , ,I-Iazlehursf . PerIcIns'f.on Agricola , . . ,Louin . , Theodore, AIabama . . , Ellisviile We know +Iney can'+ play bridge! Firs+ Row: ROBERT D. HAM . . ROY HAMMOND . HOE R. HANKINS . JOHN L. HANSBROUGH Second Row: BOBBIE F. HANSFORD , SYLVIA LEE HARRIS l ROY JAMES HARTFIELD MARTHA C. HARTNESS Third Row: KENNETH C. HARVEY WILLIAM S. HARVEY DOT HASSELL . . . KENNETH H. HAYMAN Fourfh Row: MARY ANN HEBERT . . BOBBY HEMETER . . . ROSA LYNNE HEMETER KAY HENRY ..... Fif+h Row: CAROLYN HERRINGTON JEANEL HEWES .... WILLIAM R. I-IICKS . . JACK HILL .... Six+h Row: JOHN HILLSMAN , . PEGGY HOLT .... RHODA JOY HORD , CHRISTINE HORNE . . McGee , . Laurel BaxIervIIIe Harriesburg DeIcaIb Senarobia Purvis . Pefal MI. Olive Ha'r+IesI3urg Hafriesburg . Prenfiss . BiIoxi . Pren+iss Harriesburq . . Union . Pefal . Gulfpoff , Leaksville Silver Creek Columbus . . Eoxworrh . PopIarvIIIe . .Laure-I vi . :zu DAWN .V- ,fp UF A NEW ERA Q ..j W, , ., 'A V. 'V 5 . 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TT , "H541J.:i-1 'D ,gy 131 K,-ig. .f-'7 'R ' -I S 'S wr rw. M, :I -. I 'A 2 7 I ' ""-Czw 1' . ' - -I V K N' I I .,. 1 D - v 9x fi K R V 3 C717 - M Q 1 f- ' I ' - iv ' I ff' f' T 2 W6 Nr You are under my power Firs+ Row: DORIS HOWARD . . WILLIAM H. HOWARD . KATHERINE HOWINGTON LEW H. HOWINGTON . , Second Row: ELAINE HUGHES , HILDA RAE HULL . JOHN IRVING . , BONNIE SUE ISHEE , . Third Row: RICHARD JACOBS . A. J. JARVIS . . . DAVID JEFFRYS RITA JENNINGS . . Four+h Row: ALMA LOU JOHNSON . . BILLIE JOHNSON . . DOT JOHNSON , . HOMER JOHNSON , Fiffh Row: JEWEL JOHNSON . . ANNIE JO JONES . . BETTY ANNE JONES . . JEAN CLAIRE JONES . Sixfh Row: CURRY J. JUNEAU, JR. . EMERY A. KELLY . . . HUGH KEMP . . FRANCES KENDALL . I22 s Haf+iesburg . Laurel uifrn Haffiesburg , . Pefai Haffiesburq Ha++iesbu rg , Kosciusko Laurel McComb an, Georgia . EayeH'e Dossville Ha++iesburq Ha++iesburg . McNeill Long Beach Sebasfapol McComb . BeIzoni Ha++iesburq . New Orleans, Louisiana Haffiesburg . .MobiIe, Alabama . . Canfonm enf, Florida ,, . . B W 4 . - I 2. Qfxgizf. ' AT! --f V. , I i n . '75 Going down for +I1e Third Time? Firs+ Row: WANDA KENDRICK . . . . Hazlehursi MARY ELLION KEYES . . . Taylorsville DOROTHY JEAN KING . . Ocean Springs HERBERT KITTRELL . . . Beaumonf Second Row: CONRAD KLEINPETER . , Laurel CLYOE A. KNIGHT, JR. . Taylorsville TOMMYE GRACE KNIGHT .EIIisviIIe ROBERT J. KOONCE Haifiesburq Third Row: MARGIE M. LAMPTON . Haiiiesburg THOMAS K. LANCASTER, JR. Haifiesburq ELI LANDRUM . . , Lumberion BOBBY LARKIN , Fouriln Row: CHURK LAUX . . New MARGARET LEWIS . MARY EARLE LEWIS . LEON GERALD LIGI-ITSEY Fifih Row: HARRY M. LITTLE , . HOWARD H. LITTLE . KELLUM LONG . ROBERT LONG . Six+h Row: LUTHER LOTT . , JULIAN LOWTHER . CLYDE J. LUMMUS . . JACKIE MADISON . Coaiopa, Alabama Orleans, Louisiana . Ellisville Dixon Mobile, Alabama . Enferprise . Enierprise . . . Tupelo Ponloioc . Haiiiesburq . Jackson . . Kewanne . Eayeiie I 3 JUN ff a r mg, if , Q ,IX an i M .Ay H N, , ' ff -mfr 'J' 'W ' f 1 me . I I 4' If 435 ' V, I , x rw' .Q-ff" -,W it Y A er .af T' ,e 'T . bas? I 1 L' - f. .QA VZ! ' Wu-' I E? I I f in I ,. ,, :fx Iwi 0 1 ' - ,,. , A, ..- 4 -TG? - ' .. BN A N if A V ,- ' - 1 , . , "' ,as . -. ,4 y IUR CLASS aw' ' f X - ut, u . I, .5-Q, Q-1' I A N- I 1.1.3 mb 'A --Q ,N 'In 'aa a-., German aerialisls perform for M.S.C. Firs+ Row: MARGARET MAGEE . ,,...,... Mize HELEN MALONE , Sfanford Sralion, California CLAIRE HEARON MANGUM Halliesburq RALPH MANNING . . H. Wayne, Indiana Second Row: BERNESIA M. MARTIN . . Pass Chrisfian BRLINER MARTIN, JR. , Ocean Springs DOROLYN MATTHEWS , Jackson WINIFRED ANN MATTINSON Gulfport Third Row: JAMES MAY . . . Magee PEGGY MAYEIELD . . Laurel C. H. MEANS ,,... Branden .IUANITA MEGEHEE Picayme Four-II1 Row: ROBERT MERRITT . , . . Meridian EDWARD L. MEYERS, JR. . . .Vicksburg STEPHANIE MIHOJEVICH Biloxi WILLIAM R. MIKKELSEN Summerdale AIaIJama Fiffh Row: ANN MILLER . Lncedale DAVID MILLER Hafliesbarg GUY MILLIS . . . Mendenhall LOUELLA MILNER . Hafliesbarq Sixfh Row: V ELEANOR L, MINCHER Halliesburq W, O, MITCHELL Dekalb JOHNNIE SUE MIZE Magee FLOYD MOBLEY . Hattiesburg l24 ,.1,,' ,Ja r Fl Vg, ,,"v , ' W, o f ' .0 , iniil ti!! , ,K . 'v '56 , fue? Geography Depar+men'I'-many counfries Firs'I' Row: ROBERT MONTAGUE . . A BECKY MONTGOMERY EARLINE MOODY . , MARVIN D, MOODY . Second Row: IVA ANN MOORE . JO ANN MOORE . JOHN G. MOORE, JR. ROBERT F, MOORE, III Third Row: JERRY MORGAN . WILLIAM MORGAN JERRY MORRIS LUCY MORRIS . . Fourfh Row: JAMES E. MULLEN . , FRANK A. MULLINS MIKE MURPHY . ROBERT MURRAH . F-if+h Row: I MAX G. MYRICK JOHN L. McCABE I BILLYE BOB McCARVER WILLIAM MCCLELLAN . . Sixih Row: CHARLES McELVEEN . . Kings+on. So GEORGE L. NAZARETIAN .,., KENNETH NEELY . , E. JANELE NELSON . . Haffiesburq Haffiesburq Lumberfon CoIumbia RascaqouIa Silver Cify SummiI Greenville Hawesbuig . Biloxi Columbia Vicksburg . Jackson . Chickasaw, AIabama Picayune Moss Poinf Heidelburq GIos+er Hawuriesburq Heidelburq u+h Carolina Long Beach . . .BiIoxi Pascagoula I 2 5 UF A NEW ERA -'W JK in V x lu' 'GY f f-...4 A 'div '1-vt? +-.4414-v I J W nw i f ASL, 'ff fa W 51.- I -1-"OF FC A K, ,,. .,,-f gffQ.Qg::.:ag::a V 7 -1 1 ., 'M ' pw- JN A 9' W yi' , M 1 I . 1 c '4.f.5532x:2g5g:g:,:':1':,S1:rf:-:- ' 1 '4 . .4'.,V, gg 1. -1' 11-' -' ' . x -WW , iii 5, 0 . ' "V A' j: I 1 ff!" Pm A "u FSM IWW Q .. " a JZ? t Jc IJ A I JJ Q if .W we N -I 3.55 if MW fi' sl a.c- Q ,Z .zlq i E1 ,.,.. A ,.V, 1L:E::5 . :3 D AA S e I ., .,. ,I b T Aff We :T I 1? T: 9 2 0 i 'fa I Q apy SW wiv: -I im N'- S 'ii I 1 ff' ff- :P 'du :Ji 2 '21 'um S E Ti f - - mga fa, '? R25E?.g ' - ' ' ' - -2' : P 1- . J U N I U R C L A S S .. -L -I ,J -: ,li-Q? .1 . 'gr A. V. ,V , - y x f.,gwIT. it :" '5WI"5IIP"+ I v 5 QI 'lf A. : , 1 f',-- " P.. .,.- . . L girgiv ' A 9,553,711-: - .L-JS" fu.: 1,-L' N f fffmffiwxs-5 f E Why--fi T. I ' -'-'.'- F 7" ' P -. .- 1 ' 55 s , W 4 , U . 'A L ' . L. -1" e A J , , ' xx , ' '.... K- ,V- I I , I . , --x'- ----kv' . "ig V ' Ano+I1er class ends if all .- .fwu qi- .39 E -"""' -1 ' , ..,,. 'N f 43 T' 'K 4-67" ' K .- . . . 3 A " ' ' N, . .5 ' ' ' 'V' 'T V 'EIB' . I T 4.. . A I. I X T' '. 'H :ax--fy .':, ' I' f ' ,. .' ' ? ' I . . mx Igk' fa -.... --j , V 1, if , N., , 1 'C ff' EJ I '-Su -'9 Q , Q X .Lf-1' I .14 J K cis , " . al, Q5 ,Q ,0' 1 sf' vw? gl 5' A ffy ' 1-"7 Cf' .- I "' T 5 Firsf Row: RAY K. NETTERVILLE CHARLES L. NORWOOD VICKY NOSSER ANNETTE J. PALMER Second Row: ERIC EDWARD PARDUE LLOYD G. PARNELL BETTY C. PATRICK BENNIE PEDEN Third Row: BERT PI-IELPS, JR. BILLY P. PIERCE FRANK PIGFORD BIFELE PITTMAN Fourfh Row: EDWIN L. PITTMAN JERRY PITTMAN TOM PITTIVIAN NIRA E, POLK . Fiffh Row: JAMES V. POPE . RICHARD G. POPE, JR. LOWELL R. POUNDS GEORGE L. POWELL, JR Sixfh Row: TI-IAD POWELL, JR. . VIRGINIA POWELL . MARJORIE PRICE . ROSEMARY PRICE . I I26 A- af 2 ,533 .gn '82 5: ,' x' Firsl Row: ROBERT PURCHNER . Pass Chrislian JIM OUARLES . . New Orleans. Louisiana Y WILLIAM H. OUINNELLY Biloxi COLEY C. RATCLIFF, JR. Halliesburg Second Row: SARAH REID . Brookhaven BARBARA RHODES Rolling Fork ISLIM D. RICHARDSON Philadelphia RANDOLPH RICHMOND Ha++ie-sburg Third Row: HERBERT RILEY , l-lalliesburq A. GILMER ROBINSON Hickory PETE ROGERS . Halliesburq ROYCE ROGERS . Winona Fourlh Row: CLAUDELL C. RAPER . Columbia BARBARA A. ROSS . . . Gaulier BONNIE FAY ROSS , , Laurel MARY ALICE ROSS . . I-la++zeSbufa Fiflh Row: DONALD RUSHING . Columbia BOBBY JOE SANDERSON . Crosly ROBERT S. SCHMITZ . . . Kreole JEANNINE SEUZENEAU . Sixlh Row: LEIGHTON SHEARER . . MIKE SHELTON THAD N. SHOWS , JOHN D. SIBLEY . . Bay Sl. Louis . .Tulwller Granby, Missouri Ivlalherville . , Pachula l27 If - f. Pali. J:-'L DAWN UF NEW The Pearly Gales of +he Chrisllan Federalron as hey parade lhrough 'the slreels 4 ,. ,- 'fp ,aw 75" , K f-N, fu- I if 1,1 I f . ff" 5 A .. if ,am .. ,.-- ,V ,.. .gg 'fl' ,. A . me io? -4 fb ,, .ip Q W ...N A54 . Wu ,N -V, , . V .gr P ,,..,. X gy Lf R tl ' 'H S I - as as 'Y ,N . I 'lf E Wi 'L "P, 'nv 4 ., DAWN UF A NEW ERA KN! .1 An en+l1usias+ic welcome for our own "Miss Mississippi" Firsf Row: . 'ez "' q is,,, . . ANN SIMMONS . Taylorsville 1 I I W A DIANNECSKINNER . . CanalZone I 'Sl TTT ffv 'I K I :ph T-T ' 2' 5 ' A A N, , ,an BAILEY SMITH . . . , Jackson ., r f I CLAUDE SMITH. JR. Brookhaven 'WT l A A Second Row: JOYCE SMlTH . . Wesson " " 5 ' A 5 KIRBY SMITH . . . .Lyman ,S f-'S ,. Q, A A --s' ' A LESLIE L. SMITH . . . .Shelby if I ' ' ffl 'Q I 'A" WILLIAM R. SMITH . . . .Pe+al Wd . 'P J I Third Row: ALERIEDA SORRELS . . . .elddef ' f A EDWINA SORRELS , . . . .elddef ,W ,fd A ' Q MARJORIE A. SOSTES ...,.... Cleveland , ,. L. J. A S . . , ,. gf' ' My ' RICHARD SPENCER, III . . .corpus CISIISII, Texas ' S . - Aff A-S, ff JI , Fourih Row: 0 Il NEETA STAGE: .,,,A , Waynesboro S, ql lvl K WILLIAM H. STANTON ,..... Bay Spdnds T " EUGENE STASSI . . . . New Orleans, Louisiana N M 14'-"W: 5 A fi' no Q- ARCHIE E. STEELE, JR. . . ...... Jackson "li" "T " A 'TTT' . "W" U 51 X' v ' Fif'l'l'I Row: 393'-ff-l 0 I A MARTHA GLENN STEPHENS ..... New Albany THOMAS STEVENS ...... Nashville. Tennessee .. .ig M ,J DORIS JANE STEWART . . . . . . Gulfpor+ "' -.N -0- ,X 0 BILL STEWART ..., . . Bogue Clnlffo Sixfh Row: WILLIAM R. STIGLETS . . . .Ha+liesburg EDITH M. STOCRSTILL . . .Pscdydne LORNA D. STONE .... . . Canal zone f W. A. "Buddy" STRICKLAND . . . . Eden -7' '39 kg rv- A J, N -- "' . E.. ' Iza ' f"? f 1 7 ir 1 'T if 3 nf X' uf' Home Ec. s+uden+s Firs+ Row: MARY A. STRICKLER . WANDA O, STRICKLER MILTON STRICLAND BILL STROSS , Second Row: BILLY PAUL STUART . , EDNA STUBBLEFIELD . VIRGIL T. SULLIVAN . ALICE SUMMERS . Third Row: MARY LOUISE SUMRALL CALVINIA SWITZER . ROY E, TATE . , . l. CAROL TERRELL . Fourfh Row: HAROLD D. TERRY . . DOLORES THOMAS . JAMES A. THOMAS . JOE D. THOMAS . FIHI1 Row: SHIRLEY THORNHILL . WARREN TREST . . JACK TROUTMAN . . MARTHA TURNER . . Six+l1 Row: JAMES E. UPSHAW . . JAMES VAN NORMAN . ELIZABETH VAN SLYKE BARTHEL WAGGONER J' . .frfilf learn pracfical slrills . Pascagoula . Pascagoula Belzoni Halliesburg . . Morlon . . Yazoo Cily . . .Mize . .Lucedale . . OveH . .GuIIpor+ Hafllesburg . . . Union . .Slringer Popularville . .Shubufa Sandy Hook . .Summif . .Louisville . .WaInu'r Grove Haffiesburg Haffiesburg . . Liberfy Haffiesburg . . . .Ludlow ,. M 1 I , A 2 X if Th i .Tm , -, . 1 'T -. JUNIUR CLASS ,',:2fvs 0-., ' ,,..f-y . ".r y. " 9 , J . F 5 p 16' .is 5' ,ff lv, : X 5, , 'R -u ' x AN... , Y". sf' 1, use F ,,,., ,W . 'Q' '55 . j v ' ' I ,. ---f ' ,ff .ge I ' , "' . ' lu L we A -J.-. , .. W my .,.,,-' 5 -...ni 1 " K 1' 'wr a I . 3 71 . 3523 'ff fm' if iw ,F 'W L VI .ix ex' JI: I ' . 'x W.: pg, I 'Q 'v' f ' ,,. N- 'Ji ,J .av J, ' It f f I V 1 'WT ' fb- A. 1. -Q v t N . A 1 A Q ...YA Q f I mi .. W -za. 42. . N, - I, 9 I u- , , A H - Q7 ' IANM' 3? ...W-' A - I nil.: 5 F' S . ' 'N IN R-av 4' ,., -., Q ,, . -.ii H x ' I A JUNIUR CLASS ill if kv' 'vs SQ.. 0, 'Q Q. "wal "v , 3 .-IU Q: S E C i? -. J.:-'zggygan rj. J Q-. 6 lsr- I X.,-.s T'-' Q' r' Y, I .J -u. 5 1,0 le I I30 h Firsf Row: JOHN L. WALKER . RICHARD WALLER , ROONEY WALTMAN CINDY WAROLAW . Second Row: FRANCIS J. WATKINS MILFORD WEAVER MARILYN WEEMS JEWEL WELCH Third Row: PEGGY JANE WELLS . EDNA RUTH WESTBROOK VONCIL WHITE . JAMES T. WILKINS Fourfh Row: JAMES J. WILSON . JOHN WILLIAMS . SHIRLEY WILLIAMS , TED E. WILLIAMS . Fiffh Row: JOI-INNIE WILLIAMSON ERNEST S. WILSON . . ROSE WILSON . , . JAMES T. WISE . . Sixflw Row: VERL I-I. WOOD . S. F. WOOD . . . BILL WOODWARD . . GUY E. WOODWARD . Hafliesburg Grove Hill, Alabama . Crandall . . Vicksburg . Moselle Biloxi . Canlon . Seminary . Jackson . Forresl . Philadelphia . Mobile, Alabama . Bay Springs . . Jackson Prichard, Alabama , Collins . Collins . . Pascagoula . Bay Springs . . Pass Chrislian ......Dorsey . . Prichard. Alabama . . . . . .Ovefl . . Long Beach DAWN Dr. Forfune ge+s his share of -the winnings ,' '1- ' , 1""l1s itl- 535. Mafia! UF A NEW ERA W is FU, mf , , Mdrv --, ,--an 1. Q A JAMES M. WOOLINGTON . .Monficellq Illinois FRANK WRIGHT ,.... . . , .Carlhage ANDREW J. WROTEN . . . . . . ,Jackson DAVID ZEHNER . . Clwesfer, Pennsylvania 1 :I A l"h. , .D , HT E fx 2.3 -, , Efi 9,1 , . 4 a -q,.........a, QNJW ,,..,.. ' 4 gi-, N--3 , I3l s. English Deparfmenf s+u l l i . AKA' 5 -0' ---N41 .wx V , 1? dies symbolism V -3 ,,:-'.. . Q al' L . ' 'VH ar ' . .1295 Vp 2' . T 1 MZ ha . U1 J ' Fgnm' .4 9 ggpwv., 5- Mxfvf 'W -sk .N ,c T1 T Q if? I 'vs Y f . " T ' f.- ' f - f' 5 f' ' , ' l BB' . ' I"-' , 'Y ' I ' Ziyi 2 . , ' T ff -I 4: 33 4? " . Q , ' ' -I I -,x ..- I ,av ' v . -M M- In ,, 2 ' ' "' .ff .rw , QI ' ' mfs I QU . . ,. v . wffgh ' ' - 3 ,,u,:-. . .V C 4 I ' n. ' Y .W If 'fw - -we ,msg .::f:.':.A1. U' I Il- af Q' '-" I ve .v7s I-51 .7 X: -nb sw gy - Q., .. , ,., ,. .-.- ,, ,,.,-,yy-vm,,.,y.,. , ,- .1 . ,... .. ' I4 A - -... 1- ea -- Q A " us. I-wf s ' -- . . 'R' 1 NYX . ff " ' "f?' 1 T' ' ., T 'QF ff aw 5- M . "' 'I ,, . U, fl -... --is-N 1' 'tr' I , New ' l 'X N imfx 'Vi ,.,,-1:- un' -ff Q,-5 3"-f :ty-' ,Dem :ir 4 T-it 'TKT' ,X , .ff r 1 EW ix' IS- :LX u ,i , I 3 . 'IDM' -1 is 'Ia-Ah ,N 1 ri x. .s ,I Class Officers: Roberf Henry, President Jerry Carfer, Vice Presidenrg Pai Lewis, Secrefary-Treasurer. SIIPHUMIJRE CLASS Firsi' Row: MARY ANN ACEVEDO . , ALICE R. AITKEN . . , JOE ALFORD . . ROSE APLIN . , , Second Row: FRED E. ALSWORTH . ANN ALWORTH HAROLD KEITH ANDERSON MIKE ANDERSON ..,. TI'1ircI Row: NELDA ANDERSON . BILLY ARINDER . , . ROBERT ARMSTRONG , TERRY R. ARMSTRONG . Four+I1 Row: VIRGINIA AVERY . MAXINE BACKSTROM . MARTHA DEE BAHM VIRGINIA D. BALL . Fiffh Row: EUGENE BAREIELD . JOYCE BARRETT . DOROTHY BEAN CLIFTON BECKMAN , Sixih Row: BILLYE MAE BELDING , CARROLL S. BERRY . . LYDIA GRACE BESSE LORETTA BETHS . Sevenfh Row: WALTER BISHOP . BILLY BLACK WILBUR N. BOKER . TI-IAD B. BOLTON, JR. EigI1+I1 Row: RAYMOND H. BONONES ROBERT S. BOOTHE . PAT BOWEN . . . A. E, BRADLEY . NinI'I1 Row: SYLVIA BRADLEY . RUSSELL BRANDON SHELBY K. BRANTLEY . . NANCY BREHM , . "' ' 'A' 'I 132 xr I ' if 'J ,' 'J ' 'J 55 ii , Q1 . . Biloxi . . McComb . . Sidon . Ha+fiesIourg . SI'onewaII . Brookhaven . Ha1'+iesburg . . Gulfport , . Haffiesburg . . . . Collins . . Long Beach . ,Twin FaIIs, Idaho . . . Purvis . New Augusfa . GuII'por+ , Foxworfh . , . . Kosciusko . Joonsuba Lake Wor+Iw, Florida . . . . . Ouifman HeIdeIberq , Newhebrow , GuIIpor+ , , Biloxi . . . Jackson . .PricI'1ard, Alabama , .Theodore AIabama Cafawissa, Pennsylvania . . . . . Jackson . LaureI , BucIr+unna . .MiIIry, Alabama . . . Ha++Iesburq , . . .Madden . Nafchez ,, ,,..I,.. ,Y nu i ,..,,., iii ' dike I f .- A C ' T A Eiilf' E ""'I A ef-A iii if - .... 3:..-l?f1i. T7 ' 'J' ' -1 -.Q I me - - G 1 N9 eg, J I uf ",'Q..:i-,JZ ..a.-- --'NA' - - , . 'ana , Eff: t gl C- Ar-A :h:iLJtttiLh:n3,,. ,.,v. E. C I V -xv, 4 gi 1 Q' 'A . if . .I ' 3 . . it Wil, Tian. . -, A,4A L . g., 1, Q Q I b Ig t V Q - A ' I ffl- Pye., fri. if . U 1? I X 1 A . ig- Ti I t I ' 1 3' . 1 - ' ' ' . '- , 1' , l 'AQW f I ""' "' A B ' D B A A .',, .,.1, I . . , I 9... x.. . f A '-.' . . , "", I ., ,', I - ' .' fi :ZEZ ' ff - I -.. P A I -A- " 'f,5-J' V' K A 'Wil J' "1 L 'TM' I ' Q2' wp .V.. ,,,... .. ' 2'w 'QAM 'nwiJagQ.ff'-Q ' 'ff M F , I- -J y Ba. M.S.C. Band performs 'il -- . Z V Q Firsi' Row: f uv ' I , ,A , 63 , A 5 3' JACK BRELAND . . . . Lucedale gf- , fa 'A I ROBERT BREWER . . . Halliesburg , .,. A -' A ' "' ' SHIRLEY BRONSON . . . , Hafriesburg 'Y ' ., KNOX BROOM . . . . . Jackson ' I' X Second Row: DONALD E. BROWN , . , Yazoo CNY Q M.. A I JOY W. BROWN ..., . . . Woodville JUDY BROWN . . . . Haiiiesburq - . , MARY JANELL BROWN . . . . Riclerwood, Ala, 2 ' - V . C17 V in ,Q Q-1 Third Row: 'Y " , A -,- f O- .Q HAZEL A. BUCHHOLTZ . . . Vicksburg - O ' YET' f A' H. JEANETTE BUFKIN ALBERT BURNS . . . EMILY BUSH . Four+h Row: HAROLD BUTLER . . R. BURR CADE . JOANNE CAMPBELL RICHARD B. CARRON . . Fifih Row: GERALD E. CARTER . . MARY ANN CARTER . . SYLVIA CARTER .... CECIL M. CASE . . . Six+h Row: WILTON E. CAUSEY . , RITA CHATHAM . . . STACY E. CHURCHWELL . BETTY CARROLL CLEVELAND . Seven+h Row: I CAROLYN COCHRAN . 1 DORIS COLLINS . . CLALIDETTE COMES . JAMES F.COOIc . . . I Eigh+h Row: A SARAH A. COOKSEY . . . I GARY J. COMMANDER . . . I BILL CORR . .... . l PAUL DAVID COTTEN . Ninfh Row: DEBREILL COVERT . . REVIA V. COWARD . . LILY COX ,..... MERVIN COXWELL . . I l l l I I l l l lr Mansfield, Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana . Pascaqoula . Haffiesburg . Gadsd en, Alabama . . .Biloxi . Vicksburg Noxa pafer Poplarville . . .Magnolia Cenfreville . Rose Hill Leakesville . . Lexinglon Lucedale . Hafliesburq . Jackson . .Meridian . . . . .Halfiesburq New Orlea ns, Louisiana . Columbus . .McComb . , .Meridian . . Smifhdale . . Hailiesburg Waynesboro 133 Q 7 MY 'YL vu S-np. 1. , .ga S I l I: ., " Aw- , i I A 'iv -5 -- 5' .. 'V K .v ,,. be' LL, ., ' Y , ' N . ,.., 'QLQEI A . ' - W fi , I1 A 'I l' . . L' ,Q b far. S9 I .Q ,Q , T: Qi 'QI'-fb A B 3 . . il B' 'nr' . gh i' ,Ki -,...f?'I ' M ' I .A , W A v.."f . mf- , Q . ' .. psig .I E .. 'N 5? . . 'Dx . Jw fi my 'QN' 1. B T' 213 R' I ' ' lf? 'wa ' - 5 5. 5 3 wr' I 527' ' R. 'A " ' X , , N. wwf R 1 Y .L In dr fm ,xt 4- 4:- N Jud' 1 A.. -...wr we ' - ..,- 1 N5. +ve j '-f' 'avi .45 J' . A, "Wg . .A f 1, f i, ,-f,.rqA.3, Q .11 45:35 .- 527,11 ,A. f. ,AA A V na '--X mf? A fl,-y '- 49 X T-D' HJ' li , 'lr .J - ' ' - fa. M, s, ff in I ' fl 0 if 1 A i if V 1-5? ' vw I -J A r..-H '4 -, vkgf: , 'Ni W MM, .1 Q , Q' ' E -61 M 'Si in is --as-:fe - K.:1"85Zl?EE Q so mf A. es .im wi 1 . . as 4. ' . :L-I V ..e?,. Q' ..,, f fax ' . V E -J A, V :T M' 24.25 fa - ,-fs ,ar -, i --,L V , IRSMSII T wx , 'VA i - iw 4, 500 ' 'arf rv as -- 7 f ' TT-' I fi. J iqt, ei I ,' 'i If? gay! 3 x I '1 I an I 3 3 A D i-Timm lg ' 'BWP 4 YE? QE . . 1 Y t SUPHUMURE CLASS Firsl' Row: CAROL CROZIER . . KAY CRAFTON . . MARGIE CRANFORD . . KAY CRENSHAW . . Second Row: ALTON DAIGLE . BURNS DAUGHTRY , BUDDY DARVIS . . GERALD R. DAVIS . . Tlnircl Row: TRACY DAVIS . ELISA DelVECCHlO . . CYNTHIA DENNIS . ROBERT E. DENSON , Four+l1 Row: LELA ANN DEXTER TOMMIE JEAN DIXON MARJORIE DOUGHTERY CHESTER DOWDLE . Fif+l1 Row: CHARLES DUNAWAY . JANICE EAVES . DON EDDY . JEAN EDWARDS . . Six+I1 Row: SUE ERVIN . G. O. ESSARY' . STELLA FARISH ROLAND R. FLOYD Sevenlh Row: JEANNINE FOARD . GEORGE R. FOLEY , MAXINE FOLEY , . MARTHA FORD . EigI1+I1 Row: ANN FOX ..., BOB FRANCIS AMANDA E. FRANKLIN PETER M. FRANZEN . Ninlln Row: JEAN FREEMAN . JOAN FRYE , DARNELL FULGHAM , MARGARET GARDNER Q fir aa 70 .3- ia :uf ., I '24 5 , inf A 5' . . . . . . . Jackson . Blyflweville, Arkansas . . . . Seminary . . , . Hallie-sburg Seminary . . Fascagoula Spring Hill, Alabama , . Oak Park, Illinois . . New Auqusia Jackson . . . . . Gulfport . . . Laurel Blyilneville, Arkansas . . . . Columbus . . . . Columbia Louisville Ca+lel+sburg, Kenfucky . . . . Louisville . . Haf+iesburq . . . Brooklyn Mobile, Alabama Bafon Rouge, Louisiana . Greenville . . Haifiesburq , I-laiiiesburq . Builer, Alabama . Meridian . . Blyilweville, Arkansas . . . . Lucedale . . , Halliesbiirg Forres+ Hafiiesburg . Union , ,Y ,:f42'i7 A f I E L J U . - M ' .,,,, 1 nu.: 2-.'-v..Z"Ml v 513' -A 1 ,?g.i!' . .,, "S+udenf Prinh" for sale DAWN UF A NEW ERA Firsi' Row: AVA DEAN GARICK . . GENE GATES . , LILLIE GATLIN . . JOE GIAOUINTO . Second Row: WILLIAM GILBERT . ANNE GILLESPIE . . DORRIS GILLY . ROBERT B. GILMORE . Third Row: ROBERT RAY GOUGH ELWYN D. GRAHAM JOSEPH M. GRAHAM MARTHA CAROLYN GRAHAM . Four+l1 Row: RUTH GRAY MAXINE GRIFFIN LORENDE C. GUILLOTTE SADIE C. GUNN Fif+h Row: MAC HAAS SUSAN HAGERMAN BEN HAGUEWOOD DAVID HALL . Sixfh Row: NELDA H. HAM ROBERT H. HAMBURG PAT HARDAGE CLINTON T. HARDIN, JR Seven+l'1 Row: MURRAY HARDIN JOAN E. HARDTLA MILTON HARRIS . PAT HARRIS , . Eiql1+h Row: TOMMY HARRIS VIRGIL B. HARRIS PATSY HARTMAN WILLIAM E. HATTEN Nin+ln Row: LIDDELL HAY . , . IOHN D. HAYES . DORRIS HENDERSON ROBERT H. HENRY . . . . Sanford . . . Corinflw . Ellisville . Halfiesburq Ulica Sunflower Biloxi . Halliesburq Nalclnez Hallie-sburq . Seminary . Ouilman Pascaqoula Foley, Alabama Moss Poin+ Millry, Alabama Bay S+. Louis Halliesburg Meridian McCall Cree-If Magee Eoley, Alabama Madden Calhoun Cily Scooba Laurel I-leidelberq Pascagoula Tupelo Meridian Pensacola. Elorida McComb Marqdrila, Canal Zone Madison . Prenliss 135 if 223221535 5 ,aw L X: I l"'f -f .f 1 , W gf! if Q I Q lv.-f: 14 r I 'T' 5, 6 1 2 . gl, . ,. 4 V In-'X -1, if, gif 5 ' ff 1 5-3 A-fi I . ' i ,:..w,.- WWW, . -- I. 1 f A . A 'A ii , 2, 41 : :at 4 V - - . wi .. ' T Sly. MALL ,.,i A 1 una:- ba:.a . 'i - I .-5, av-4. fav aww .- W, 'O' IS - N- QQ' .,. 1 ""'l7 . 1 '::- I w xr' ' p I if l Q -N :ry "R ' fi .. R'N.f' M A vc t 5 A B b an I ANL I 5 ,nw rl 3 I . 'A' ER "' A P+-1. ' L Q . I xx-vi i ..- , J . , vi? Y , , .,, Q, ix I Q.. . ht 1 0' vim . ,A-A xy 1-521 s-fx ' wr A? A JA N of A gf -f x . A 5, ' . 'T If-i' J w -an F15 ,nh- u.fP , 47-so . -K -ru. TQ gm g-'.' '23 "' , v Q ' Q ' -Q' ,I of,-1 b 'f.'??T'1?.,Lf- N . i I .3 .,- , M 5 . , " ,I 'N-v ' Y 1 . . :J . . if YUU1 Fi '9' 'TA ,fi X W: .' 1 ml- ' 1 N fu 3 Q Y-.-X i s ll v my A I , I' Q, , X,- . VT' i I Y pun 'x Qi '43 Q Sf Q -D" 'N Iv -.. -Q X 'YS -4 i 'I' 52' pw L- . ""? . 'lr 0.47 y I xl ,gy -Sf ii "' 4 1 , iw q I .3 ' '- as ,A 'W f .' ' 'ras f we I TT' ' igxi .ell 9' AQ F' -Q , -U' X.: vi, , Y V 1 iff. 'tg N 2. 1- h'x S fr? fm Y QTL ,i- YJ! X if Nex+ we have . . . SUPHUMURE Firsi' Row: DAUL HERMETZ , , HOWARD HERRINGTON . DEWEY HIETT . . . '. . . CAROL HOLT ..... Second Row: THOMAS M. HOWARD . WILMER HOWARD , . ROBERT HOWINGTON . PEGGY HUGHES . . . Third Row: WILLIAM E. HUGHES . , JEAN INOLIS ..... MARLIN IVEY . . TEDDY RAY JAMES , . Four+I1 Row: ALLEN JONES . . HARRY E. JONES . , JAMES M. JONES . . WANDA JOY JONES . Fif+h Row: LARRY JORDAN . . BRUCE JORDY . . BETTY JORGENSEN . DONALD JOSEPH . Six+I1 Row: PATTI KEES ,.,. JOSEPH KERSANAC . . ROBERT KESSLER . . MARY LOU KEY . . Sevenih Row: ROBERT M. KING . ROBERT KINNEY . JERRY L. KNIGHT . . DORIS KORNMAN . Eighfh Row: JOSEPHINE LABELLA MARY ELIZABETH LANDOANI ' ' MARILYN LANE ..... M'AYE LANE .....,. Nin+I1 Row: RAYMOND LAWLESS . SAIL LEGGETT , . . JERRY LEG-GETT . . BOB LENNON . . CLASS . . Foley, Alabama . . . . . . PacI'1u'Ia . , Braxfon BIyII'1eviIIe, Arkansas . . . . Bassifield . . . Lucedale A ,FIoma+or, AIabama . . . . . Meridian . Cen+reviIIe . Moss Poini . . Kosciusko . HazIeI1ursI . Pascagoufa . . . . Pe'IaI , . . Pefal . Biloxi . . LaureI . BiIoxi . , CIinIon . . Crosby . . Brookhaven . . Bay SI. Louis . . Haffiesburg . . Meridian ......Saucier . . .MansIieId,OI1Io ......ObeH . . Biloxi . . , Indianola . . . LeaksviIIe . . New Hebron . . Moss Poinf . . 'Jackson . . . . . Jackson . . Bogue CI1iHo New Orleans, Louisiana 136 I rin ,I 1 .. Q f. Juggler? Firsr Row: ROBERT LEVERETTE . Greenville PAT LEWIS . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama CAROLYN LIGI-ITSEY . Sanclersville FLOYD LIKENS, JR. , . . Biloxi Second Row: RICHARD LINDEN . . WILLIAM N. LOFTON . . DONALD LOGAN . . . JOAN M. LOGAN . . Third Row: .IEANETTE LONG . ELDRED LOPER . . .IEANETTE LORNE . HAROLD LOVE . Four+I1 Row: BYRON DALE LUNCEFORD HARRY R. MADDOX , . JOE MANUEL . . . DAVID MARTIN . . . Fif+h Row: RUBY L. MARTIN . . . LIGE MATHIS , , I Sparlanburq, Sou DOROTHY ANN MAY . IRIS MICHAEL . . . Sixl-I1 Row: CHARLES MIDDLEBROOK PERRY LOU MILNER . . . JIMMY MILSTEAD . . . EREDDIE M. MINCHER . . Sevenfh Row: WILLIAM B. MIXON . . AUBREY MOORE . . J. MARLIN MOORE . JOY MORGAN . . . Eighih Row: RAYMOND MORRIS . . RALPH MOSLEY . , MARY MCCAA . LAVON MCCABE . Nin+h Ro-w: JOHN MQCAULEY . . . IRVIN I. MCCOY . . . JOHN A. MQDONALD . ANN MCGEI-'IEE .... Arlinglon I-Ieighls , , Philadelphia Laurel Nalchez Halliesburq Halliesburq Greenville Webb Halliesbu rC1 . Biloxi . . .Kolcomo Pelal Ih Carolina Newlon Booneville Elhel Ml. Olive Slale Line Long Beach Magnolia Halliesburq Ca rlhage Picayune Hafliesburq Halliesburg Glosler . , . .Philadelphia . . . Mobile, Alabama . Purvis . Columbia I37 nv- ji f 3' Mui 2 ar . 0. 'Lf QI . 4' in f -- wi ' ff, 1' Q 'Ti li F3 V ' Q-4' 'wi V 4":f1,r 'P- ee A-' w ' ' , ' - ,A , A ' -ri 1? g-, 2 Nu, .x s 'W li' 5 ' W ix ww-' yu A K ,yi ' V 4 . .M .I -. 5. , W ,,, Y 538 IQ., 179 W I 5 K far' X 5' fi, I X f I 6 'B i 'WY-ff fllli' 1 If iw., x .W V, lame, , V E R ff , -my 'We - ,ez . 'ii .--fzgai W J v v V: M fi , T, -' aw I T we N 1" , wr A - 'Q . , I A . 3 ,I . J Iwi 1 L 1 Q. 'za if A 'E I A - , L I ' ,J- , --7 " vu' " ,qu ,- 'I-' ,r 'W' "T I .. v ' X s.. I A - xxv V ,4V, , M.. T' M, 4 K LI.. X f V V 7' It N , jg.. Q. , Q, v . Ii' - 1-gn 'Sf "' , 1 .qi 1 'I if , X--f 4 16 'T . 1-ll . Av 93" y 25 7'7" , Y is-. ,: T ur -I f' ,,,-si ,Q v . '- . 1 I fi ,I ,Q 1- .. 1- jg vs' " -A .+I ,tier .. 1-par 4 I 'x V K. " 'Nm ya- 'v-' VT? "' - I I l.-. ' 'we ,par-x . I I , . sf -- J . 1 .S "ff " .K , ,f L "' . " '- i V? A 'll' l W .bi 1 .-4-A wa-Q v ' MN I . A el ,K ...wa -.. .f 4 .nw -. aj' f-' wi 'W' is. K - ai., ,A 2 ,.. . x ... X' --vi , ,Q " J Z' , T .... , g.I.1?I+ f" e ' SUPHUMURE Firsl Row: TITUS LELAND MCINNIS, JR. . PEGGY MCKEITHEN ..,.. BEVERLY MCKENZIE . . BOBBY MCKENZIE . Second Row: ANDREW C. MCLAIN , JOS. C. Mcl.AlN HlLLlARD E. MCMURRAY EMRY MCNEIL ,.,. Third Row: SHIRLEY McSWAlN ROBERT NAHRGANG ANITA NEELY , MARGARET NEELY . Four+h Row: ROBERT NEGROTTO KENNETH NELSON EDDIE NETHERLAND DON NICK .,., Fif+l1 Row: CLYDE NOTHROP HARRY T. O'BRYAN . CLASS . . Picayune . , Jackson . . , ,Foresl . . Halliesburq . . Halliesburq . Mobile, Alabama , . . Halliesburq . . Haljllesburg . Halliesburq . Fairlwope, Alabama . . . . , . Tupelo . . . . . Jaclrson . Biloxi Biloxi Nalclwez . . Greenville . Elomalon, Alabama , . . , Halliesburg ELLA O'EERRALL . .,., Nalchez ERWIN R. PACE . Meridian Six+l1 Row: - D GAlL PARHAM . . . . Nalchez - - CURTlS PARKER Gulfporl LLOYD AUGUST PARKER . Biloxi If 5.54 fig., 0' PHIL PARKER , . . , Brookhaven QQ, Seven+l'1 Row: ELOISE PARENT Nalchez ' P ROSS PEARSON . . Halfiesburg CAROL E. PEATTIE . Pascaqoula MARTHA PECOUL . . Mississippi Cily Eighfh Row: CLARENCE PENTON, JR. . Picavune I BILLY PHILLIPS . Ponlofoc p if WILLIAM HENRY PHILLIPS - Jackson Q 'F TRUMAN PITTMAN . . . Canfon 'T A, I '.-1 Ninlh Row: -f , EMILY LANELL POOLE . .,... Nalchez NANCY POWELL . . Halfiesburg 1 BRIAN NORMAN PREEN New orleans, Louisiana SUE PRESLEY ...... Louisville -. N T lf' 5' -' :B Iv, ., 138 l '17 Farm floai DAWN UF A NEW ERA Firsi' Row: DONALD PRICE . . . RUFUS E. PUGH, JR. . JANE PYLANT . . . CURTIS RAMEY . . Second Row: JOHN D. RAWLS . . NOAH L. REEVES . LOUIS R. RENAUD, JR. . . MARY ANN RENNICK . . Third Row: HENRY RHODES . i. PEGGY ROBERTS . . EDSEL ROGERS . . HAROLD ROGERS . . Fourfh Row: JOE E. ROGERS . THOMAS ROGERS . WILMER A. ROGERS . . JOHN RAY ROSETTI . Fif+h Row: MARY HAZEL ROSS OLIVE CLARICE RUDOWSKI THOMAS RUFFIN . I-IUGI-I J. RUSI-ITON . . . Sixfh Row: J. T. RUSSELL , OTIS E. SANFORD . HERSHEL SAUCIER LEE ROY C. SCHAPANSKY Seven+h Row: JAMES W. SCOTT, JR. . . CHARLES SCOVILL . RAY ED. SESSUMS . DONALD SHERIDAN . EigI1+I1 Row: GERALD SIMS BETTY SLAY . . BILLY RAY SMITH , BOBBY S. SMITH . Nin+I1 Row: EDWINA SMITH . JAMES D. SMITH . LOU ANN SMITH . ROBERT E. SMITH , . . . . PascagouIa Mobile, AIabama . . . . Purvis . .MobiIe,AIaIoama . , I-Ia'r'I'iesburg . . Na'rcI'1ez . . Vicksburg . GreenviIIe , , GuIIpor'r . . . Amory . . Goss . CoIIins . . CoIIins . Collins CoIIins . Handsboro . Mendenhall For+ Meade, Fla. . . New Augusfa . . . . Summif . Mon'riceIIo . . . .PopIarviIIe Gulfporf McPherson, Kansas . . Ha++iesburq . . , Haffiesburg NaI'cI1ez Bogalousa, Louisiana . Mor'ron . . Haffiesburg . TyIer+own . , I'IamII+on . , . TcI1uIa . . Fores+ . Haffiesburg . Mobile, AIabama Hi, "a, lm" -... .f , 0 ,As A 4 2 ',.'?." ff- law ...f J .l A f, QQ. -.3 8 'SIA I! , ,ru '- L- 4 . 35:71. 1 4'4g 1' ' an 3 I .sf ns.- ,,fi"-' 5 , 65? I -f lm. M ,. - F ,.v- "N .,.- .. .1 , , .- 4. .. .1 s .QI 1 A. 3 -, l f . ff? I A 'i A 'TQ . 1:1231 1 wx: 'QIII' V rg: f'?N ' 1 "' , 1" I I 'I 'P' 1 -' .. A M """ Z' 4 ' jg.. 063 2 V: 8 L -J? .X ' -- -A-MY ' 1M , . ll 1,3 se Ms -, A fx 3 J .gf .R . I-N74-I . , QS' -.a rf f., 'fa ., ':Ie2gs5z.:.:a:e:a5.. ff . ' . e ' T1 - 1, , .W -. E ww -A J' , . 9-'i E ., R fs' 1 2 ,. 17... I f' A -'s "' Lf! A.. sf' gin-.kwa-fs" fls . -. s. .. . ,M l 'A 5 32. . Y 1' s f s I I f 'f Q. ,f fr: I , 3 9 'R' fx A 'K X 54 ,-H 'EC' s "N A 1 K A - - f - ss --f S ims... A , 3: xv T Wieiw . 9 ' A Lx I A-, 3' .- P -va., 6-1 A v -, . A . KT' tx S A 1- is 'I 'K' -..f as 'TX ,vff . sw- ers' , ..:.g, 'fi 'Q ,..,,... , , S12 Ei . 7 I 32 x 'T-4--1- 1 ,,,4': Q- ,ull 1 Ji A 541-i ' M 5 9 . I 1-5 3 500 as-I. AW! li Bonny farm Iassies give aufhenfic +OUCi1 fo farm floai SUPHUMURE Firs+ Row: NEVIS SPEIGHTS .... JAMES DONALD SPENCE W. F. STAG6 .......,, CHARLES EDWARD STEPHENS . . . Second Row: EDWARD N. STEPHENS , ROSE STEPHENS .... NED A. STEPHENSON . CARL STEWART . . . Third Row: JANICE STOCKSTILL . . JACK W. STONE . . . BILL STRAHAN , . ALMON STRAIN . . Fourfh Row: JEFFIE STREATER . . MARY K. SUGGS . , ELTON TANNER . JIM S. TAYLOR . . Fif+h Row: R. H. TERRISON . . . DOROTHY THOMAS . . KEITH M. TINGLE .... THOMAS R. TISDALE . . Sixfh Row: AUDREY LYNN TOBIAS . CHARLES L. TODARD . . JOYLENE TOLER . . . FRANKIETRANUM . , Seven'I'h Row: KEARNEY TRAVIS .... ANN KATHERINE TURNER JOCELYN UCHELLO . . EARNST J. ULAHOS . . . Eighih Row: STEWART G. VALADIE . . JIMMY VALENTINE. JR. , JOHNNY VAUGHN . . . CAROLYN VAUGHAN . Ninrh Row: AVIS VIGNES .,.... DANIEL A. VIGIJERIE . . CARL ERIC VOSS . . . MARY OTIS WAITES . . 140 I GLASS . . Prenfiss . . . .Eoxworfh . . .Waynesboro , Mobile, Alabama . . . Meridian . , Haffiesburq . . I-lailiesburg , . Vicksburg . . . .Piceyune . . . . ,Gulfport . Collins . Brewfon, Alabama Rosedale . , . .Halfiesburg Theodore, Alabama . , Silas, Alabama . . . Pascagoula . . Haffiesburg . . Philadelphia . . . . Ovef+ . . Jackson . . . Biloxi . . Vicksburg . . . Magee . .Harfiesburg , ,Leakesville . . . Biloxi . . Biloxi . . . . . . .Jackson . Jackson I .T .I Birrriingliam, Alabama . . . .Yazoo Cify . . . . . . . . .' . Biloxi . . New Orleans, Louisiana . . . . , . . , Nafclwez . . . . . . Waynesboro I 1 I .QV x , In I If J' .. . . R Who, Me? Firs+ Row: MARY MARGARET WALDROP . . Hafiiesburg CHARLES WAMBSGANS .... ..... B iIOxi ROBERT WARE ..... '. . Haffiesburg RALPH WEAVER . . . . PasCagouIa Second Row: SAMUEL H. WELCH . . . Collins RUSSELL WHIGHAM . . . . Gulfporf BILLY R. WHITE . . . .LeaIcesviIIe WESLEY WHITTINGHAM . .... Drew Third Row: FLOYD WILLIAMS , . . . . . .Jackson HERBERT R. WILLIAMS . . .,.. Columbia JOE E. WILLIAMS ,... .... H aifiesburg JOE LESTER WILLIAMS , Albany, Georgia Four+h Row: BARBARA WILLIAMSON . . .... Collins MARION WILSON .... ......... ROBERT E. WILSON . . . . Biue Mounfain PEGGY WOLFE 4 . . ..... Laurel Fif+I1 Row: JOHNNY WONG . . ...... EI Paso, Texas D. W. WOODWARD . ........... Ove++ JOHN WRIGHT . . . . Edenfon, Norfh Carolina MARILYN YWAN . . ........ Lumber+on Sixfh Row: BETTY YELVERTON . . ........ HaI+iesburg BOB YENCHO .... . .VersniIIerboro, Pennsylvania HOWARD YOUNG . .......... N6'I'CI"lGZ TERRY MARBUT . . ...... CoIumbia Cify Seven+h Row: ADELA JANUS , .... BiIoxi JERRY GEE . . . . .Gulfporf 4? ' M -in rar- 1 mf 'Q Swim. M.. - N.. ,fo V 'T 1 JW' aw 'W ,.. -v ,I 1, ff' ,E .W Y , I , 4.4, f Jffnm.: , ,,- fafgm 'WT' 'I fm nw- ,fx v ,f xx 1 fi fm ff? if .5 .H I mf' E '-f. . ,ag,, . 51 rpm I ,ow ini- gh' Q' -f-f"'7" -2,5 '2!. A N--ff - Rfa . A Q, A I A f v.,. I ,..tf.,g . Q it . M -... ' 192' " J ,K .. M Q "A" A - x QW!!! 0 . V A I: ww, ' .. ..:. g,.,- E..'2::: liiii 2 Ii . .. . .,-1 Q SRV U - V - I fl: qi I 4-1 .4-Q. ,F :- ,. A all , . 3? A API I gg Xiu' A-46? -' x- .nor 9 . we M no N' ...H-' Nm 'V If -4 ' ' aw N 'f"7 '- ,... mn - ,ff 4 -f ww f i ,, , A' -r- .M-A FRESHMAN CLASS Firsl' Row: ANN ADAMS ..... BECKY ALBRITTON . NEIL ALFORD . . . ANITA ALLEN . , Second Row: CHARLES A. ALLEN . CHARLES D. ALLEN . , . TERRY ALLEN . PEGGY ANDERSON , . Third Row: PETER J. ARATA . . JIMMY ARD . . , ALICE ARLEDGE . BOBBIE AUSTIN , , Fourth Row: MARY RUTH BADEAUX . OTIS BAIN ..,..,, JOAN BAINTER . . . ROBERT K. BAISLEY I Fifili Row: . Mobile, Alabama . . . Halliesburq . . . . . . Osyka Hunfsville, Alabama ......Plefeau Biloxi Oktlaliorna Cilyu Oklahoma . . . Gullpor. . Mobile, Alabama , . . . . Tylerlown . . . . Midniglil . . Wynona . Halliesburq . . . . .Kosciuslco . . . .Halliesburg . Mobile, Alabama 3,5- lf J J ffm ISL., ,.. n ... A .s - ,Af t 2 ,Sf - 1.4 .- . 2, . ": '31 , I 2 J? 1 1 ,E Z I . C: 105 4 3 if E D Q.. ,fx E57 - "" A 1 I W ug. 14: ,.- A yi 7- P9 1: 1 ,za gi 'Tl '5 s' f ' . 4' Y I, I fe. 4- , U -J . 'E I '77 'T -5? 3 ' o is 7 . . BEVERLY BAKER .,.. . , Vicksburg MARY ANN BALDWIN , Jackson BUENA BALLARD . , . , Hafliesburg CHARLES BALLARD , Clinlon ! Sixfh Row: MARY E. BALLEW . . , . . Brookhaven V A QQ , CATHERINE BARICEV , , ...... Biloxi 7' 1' 1 ,I K ' 5- EUGENE BARNES , . , ,Mobile Alabama --I g 53, gi ' .a WILLIAM BARNES . . . I Leakesville 193, b -f ,f J Seven+l'i Row: Y I I ' V WYNDALL BARTLETT .,.. . .Hickory A A A 2 BARBARA BACHELOR .,.. . .Gulfporl ""' " PATSY BEARD . ......, . .Foxworfln :sip ' ERNESTINE BRAXTON BEASLEY . . Duncan ,S Eighlh Row: ,N M.. b ,W V. L.. . RALPH P. BECKETT . . . Brewlon, Alabama Ea qv 'Q '2 "' 'T' FAYE BEEMAN . . . .... Collinsville ,Aa ' --' f 1, L, 3' X J,'gj FAYE BERRY ..,.. . , New Hebron 5 -5 'T' I 'M' W T 'A 1 TOMMY G, BERRY . , . New Hebron Nuys uf A iv, ' Ninfh Row: In-1' '. CAROL BERTRAM . . .... Escalowpa ww,-W JAMES BODMAN . . . . . Halfiesburg J Q Aqu W JACOUELYN BOLTON . Theodore, Alabama I, 531, ' - BETTY BOND ..... ...., M cComb lif' ' :gi uv- .- ,- 3 nn 3 V 1 F l -,4 hw. X4 rr ' 1 ""!'K:j .dr Kg? :L ww ' A ',3.'- YQ Q' 3-7? 6 , N 1 Y ' -, if . A 5 V .sg 3' Q 5 A rd. N3 -G" .K " i N 1 ' sl E lx., 5 .fr 11" J 'W '-2 '63 f '- ' 5 3-4 uv B Class Offices: Donnie Seuzeneau, Vice-Presidenfg Donald Dana, Presidenfg Linda Lancasler, Secrelary-Treasurer. -I T 0 I I - --.J -J up S, .7 S? are ,X fs. av ,,. . s.' -rl I A I ,- .4 -ar ' "if wi, A 5' N, P.. :' ,L . A, s.. 7' W-, 'T . A - .5375 ' H QQ, Fi 1 I if-.vm-, '- 75 yi,-3 ' ar' ,4 . 'I ,. , A , 'W .4 .Z-lf - R" I Cf ' , " 'mf ,, 5 . - -Mi Ali ,,. f 1 v-Sm, I .. fm? '. ' ' 4. ' Q 'fgzgff 'sf-3, '... - -.... V 52 M31 M' W, , M .,, . ,. ,..' Vzbq , I ,llk Q , H .. ,,,, ,AWN I 1.1 fd- fm' ' . x 9' TE' 4 M., , A ., f .- I ,... wwgv -, M if M , ,:. l. ,:I -RIAA? ,r m .. 3 " ,nv : ' S- ' 5' 1 . , f 7, Q 43, X 'F' .?'1 H frm - .' . iw 5 ' I. fifdlliif- ' Tw- f .3 mi ' A 'jf vw" --eff - N -M-1 it LM, W f M ., ,, f " 21.4. we 1, -A , - .,.. ' Q 1233 it 'I T I is f wk. .mf Q.-.1 If 'if 5 4 2 R 5 mf ex V -4,5623-.i N r'. . R , hx f"5z. 3. auf! 435' -'vw N. QI a 5 , ee . -sb 61 fA fwo, "' if x- QR " I AX ' E35 '-Qsi' .rf I! -J- A . -, -wa A .ab 95' 's' K , .,y K -,H .T 'wk ' ,. Q, .,., . . f www' 22 .-... If wk. W. ' Q 15.3, K .- . y I Wa 'Wav . DAWN UF A NEW ERA Firsi' Row: GEORGE A. BONIEAY CLEMENTS R. BONTEMPS MARY ANN BOSTIC MABLE ANN BOSWELL Second Row: GEORGE T, BOUNDS JUDY BOWLING . WILLIAM R. BOYER CHARLES BRADFORD Third Row: ROLAND C. BRADLEY DONALD BRELAND THOMAS W. BREWER MILTON D. BRIDGES , Fourfh Row: ELIZABETH BRINSON EDWARD L. BRITTON . IONE BROWN BARBARA ANN BROWN FIHI1 Row: CHERIE BROWN , ELEANOR BROWN HILTON K. BROWN JIMMY BROWN SIXII1 Row: HELEN GENE BRUCE BETTIE J. BRYANT . HAROLD B. BUCKLEY FRANCES E. BUIE Sevenfh Row: KAREN BURKETT JOANNE E. BUNDETTE CAROLYN BUTLER . CASSEY CAGLE Eiglnfh Row: OUELLYN CAMPBELL FRANCIS CARLEY BETTY CARTER , CHARLES G. CARTER Nin+I1 Row: EARLINE CARTER PERCY PRESTON CASTLEBER RY ANN CI-IAIN . BILLY R. CI-IESTONG , Prichard, Alabama Bay Sam? Lomi. D Lo MQBIIQ, AI6LJarrvf1 SI,ImraII Ha+IIe'-.bwrq Eries, Virqlma New He-Em' n Nafckez Picayune Lealre-zviIIQ Braxfom . Rrenfizi . Waynesborf SUmraII GuITporI TupeIc SI1arorI Ludlow I-Ieaffiesbwrq Re-'raI CoIumbIf. New Hebrc m Boque CBHIQI Beaumont, Te.-I1 HaIIies': 'cg Llbe-IW Yazoo Cmf Rascaqode TI1e-odore-,Alabama , . Refal HaIIieSburq Mosupoimf Vicksburg IVII, OIIVQ HaI+iesbLIrg f9"4v -I f . 143 X I .ff X1 mis, Twas a cold win+er's nighi' FRESHMAN ciiiss sa I Firsl Row: BRUCE CHILDRESS . , RUBY E. CHILDRESS . . ANNA CLARK . CAROLYN JO CLARK . . Second Row: EDGAR T. CLAYTON , NANCY CLAYTON . . . RODNEY CLEMENTS . . , , WM. H. COBB ,... . . Third Row: . . Lucedale . , Prichard , Liberly . . Carriere . . , . . Tupelo . . , . Biloxi . , . . . Laurel Mobile, Alabama PATSY COKER . . . Carilon DONALD COLE .....,. . . Bay Sl. Louis MARY ELIZABETH COLEMAN . . . .Wlwisller EDWARD COLSON ..., . . . Halliesburq Four+ln Row: CAROLYN COMFORT . . . . Halliesburg HAROLD LEE COHN . . .,.... Magee FERRELL CONN , . Halliesburq JOHN CONNIFF Fif+l'1 Row: ARDIS COOK . ALTON E. COOLEY . . . BILL COOPER ,..., DAVID COOPER Sixlh Row: GEORGE EDMOND . . ANITA COUCH' SAMMY COULTER . . STELLA COURTNEY . Seven+I1 Row: KATHLEEN COVERT . MORRIS COWAN . KAY COX . . . ELAINE CRAIG Eighlln Row: BARBARA CRAN BILLY JOE CRAWFORD . OCTAVIA CREEL JERRY CROSBY Nin+l1 Row: MONROE CUEVAS, JR. . . . . ELLIS C. CULPEPPER . . . . . KAY E. CUNNINGHAM . . . EARL CURRY . Mobile, Alabama Mobile, Alabama . . . Leakesville . . . Clarlcsdale . . Greenville . .Greenville . , .Meridian . . . . .Collins . . Ha++iesburg . . Meridian . . Gulfporl . . . .Macon , .Yazoo Cily . .Waynesboro . . . .Corinllw .....Lucedale . Boque Chiflo . . Bay S+. Louis Mobile, Alabama . . , .Escambia . . . Holliesburg C x Loolr, lhere! 144 -.J l.,...-ef . M' ,.r 2 fz- -,I .. Y -1,- NW, mb 1 yn '-afar" nm, If AP' wa 'Nr zf. 'Q lv X 4 , " , ri' 'Ni' Ek Ii'l I Ii""'f JI . 'Q ' sri Y, -1? xxx A A' R. RP . 'K 1 sd, Q 'B tr 0 I Q an ' 04: 1 . i ,- xl ' Y ,ax ' A 'fs I 'TRY -.J gl -4 'L' 35 nf' , ur 5 -sf -if '-5' Q 'YL KJQQ. , V-W..-,LU ,Q , ,A ,. , Il? "" I. , , iii.. .2 , . ' -'. 1-- K A F ' 3 , W I N.. -vw' -- I I I fy ,fr ' 'Wil' 'X' . in ri' pun.. it 7 .ff Q 'N 7 , ,l A' .Ii ni ' Q. vi. 'rf' Il 2 'X .IES ,mg .fs -- .1 , 'bn A gn W, J an . .J I x ix , , gi. ,Ag-in ,H Arai. ,gi 'SA' l sa? I 'W R R Q .1 .. ,mfs A ami A , K --'- v'-rg X , .. , I ..- i ' v ? v --f .H 4 2, .: ff A .-x P123 AU' "if" .NM gg -fu H .. W, ,.f.sm 3 - 4 Qi: .- ., C., 1 VQS, Vi A A K H X ' ..l,',X gi on N f, . -A "GR" I . -fa' 'uf vs- . qw, of? DAWN UF A NEW ERA Firsf Row: JANET CURRY , , DONALD M. DANA . . HENRY Da OUILLA . ALLEN M. DAVIS . . Second Row: DON DAVIS . CAROLYN E. DEARMAN PI-IYLLIS DEES .,.. JIMMY DENHAM . . . Third Row: WILMER DOSSETT . . MARY FRANCES DICKERSON , . . NORMAN DUNCAN GERALDINE DUNN , . Fourfh Row: DORIS DURKEE . . . SHELBA DYAS . . BARBARA L. EASON ALLENE EAVES . . . FIHI1 Row: GORDON EDDY AL ELLIS .... PHILLIP ELLIS . . ROBIN ESAREY , Sixfh Row: IVA ESPEY , . , CHARLES FALICE . . ROBERT FAYARD , . PRENTISS FERGUSON . Seven+h Row: KENNETH A. FISCHER , RONA REA FLEMING . . LORRAINE FLOYD . , MARGARET FOLEY . EigI1+I1 Row: MONA KAY FORD . . . KENNETH FORTENBERRY RALPH D.FOURNIER . . . Nin'fI'1 Row: LINDA FRANKLIN . . CAROLYN FREEMAN . PATRICIA FRENCH . . REBECCA J. FRENCH . , HaHiesburq CoIumbia . WoodviIIe Mon+iceIIo Haffiesburq . . I-Iaffiesburg . Grand Bay . , I-Ia+'riesburq Haffiesburq . New Hebron Philadelphia Mobile, Alabama . Biloxi MobiIe, Alabama . Sebas'ropoI . Waynesboro . . Ha'r+iesburq . . Jackson . . . .Jackson . I-IaI+iesI:Jurq , CoIIinsviIIa . .San Anfonio, Texas . . . BIIOXI ,Wood-VIII-9 . I"IaIIieSLJurq . Pascaqoala Crosby . ,I'Ia++ie5Iourq , Pe'raI . . , PinoIa . Gulfport I'IaZeII1LirfI MobiIe, AIabama . . CoIIIns . . Noxapa+ei Bur, Officer, I . . . ' I ' sf A ,. .- 'vw' - A -' ,,.-.rv 4 U , a 1: .L-3 1 'N , - . . 539: 'X :- , ' H 'Z 1 :S rt - mi: 4: .1 .ff 'V sv , r 3 FRESHMAN CLASS as" for aa as ga , v, Firs+ Row: ""i 5 - T' V X Y CAROL LYNN FULMER . . . .Gulfport MARGARET GANDY . . . . Jackson ROBERT GARNER , . , Halliesburg EPHRAIM GARRETT . Gulfporl Second Row: SHEILA A. GEESLER , . . . . . Vicksburg fd: I,- CAROL ANN GESFORD Oklahoma Cily, Oklahoma 'Q '5 -5 "' ,f -fb MARILYN VIRGINIA GIBSON Crosby ,, .f f ,, i ROBERT GIVENS . . , Cilronelle, Alabama A- , 4 no Third Row: T TY I ' I , SI-IERRILL GLENN . . Prichard CECIL GOEORTI-I , I Lillle Rock Q RUTH GORDON . . Escafawpa GERALDINE GOSS Columbia 1 25 . Fourih Row: 4 ' V ' ' PEGGY GOULD . . Hammond, Louisiana I, . 1-,T V 'S' , - , 1'5" JAY GRADDICK . . . . . Halliesburq VM' ' Y , , F JANELL GRAHAM . . . Hafliesburq 51,2 I .1 . -f -- SARAH LOUISE GRANTHAM . Halliesburq 'L - I NT' 9 1 Fiflh Row: v mom L. GREEN . Mabala, Alabama f ROSEMARY GREER . Jackson WILLIAM GRIMES Chickasaw, Alabama ' V WANDA GULLEDGE ...... D'Lo R' 'W' . 'A ' Sixfh Row: 1- ' ,N ,-NV JAMES L. GUNN . . Halliesburq 'af' 'T fp 3 '-Ts JIMMY K. GUNTER . . Pascagoula ,A ' i 5 EMIL HABI6 . . . Waadvilla H' f Lf. 5 '- ,, -J, CURTIS HACKER . Gulfporf W 7 Ti ' "" vi' , Sevenlh Row: Q ' BARBARA I-IALAT . , ..... Biloxi GEORGE HALL . . , McComb DONALD W. HAMILTON Whisller, Alabama J. FLOYD HAMILTON . . . Madison, Tennessee ,-- 'iu,?,,, Eighfh Row: .X 1 JAMES R. HARPER Pelal ' Q --..- -2 JOHN E. HARRINGTON . . . Glosler -I -,- f Q - .A ROBERT M. HAYDEN . , , Pass Chrislian Giga ff '- I .., THOMAS E. HAYS . . . . Ouifman h , f Ninlh Row: A wa. FRANKLIN D. HEMETER , . Beaumonl PETER B. HENDERSON . , Bay SI. Louis h CHARLES K, HENLEY . . . Columbus " .' f . HELEN HENLEY . . . ..,. Biloxi ji. ' fl' E L, I , A 'P gs no ,S Q' 1 if ,"" I SEZ sr: ' 'T- 4? IA P 2 ' '-:I 7 3 - T 01 A49 .al f -ig -14 L. Y , 'R I .. is ...I x gg N" ,.. i , ,ff N, , y W BUT. Miss Delia, we really did run ouf of gas Uh - "ha A: ,. . E443 EV v. .U L p . kia.. fa LI' wg! E ez: iv K, ,Q , fd ,tn , I -K 1 43, I , bf 'wg Q , ... , ,gg 42 - L ,v.. ' , ' Calif: 7 ,' frffifili IT.-3:-?iv5:v1SA z?12Q!E"'53 ,-1-'.-"iff-5135: 5-Lv TA'-9 '3E'!?fT:-fif-37 n2,!cifE?.'-9 ,ef ,,.1-1-4?n.:af:1P- -2 ',?0':Z'w." "ff is -f A ' . aw A , , ,, ' ' ' ' .1 W- f' . ' ' me . -vs ,af mr ' ., ,- ,L '. 2265 9 - " --ki , ' W -1:1355 " -My " if- fi' ' Af F , ., AA Ox "N , ,ga , ,I ws , an 5' ...A . - 121171, 4 . ,.W.5,, 0, , : 4, .,-.::,,, Q xgrf R3-an 3, .,,.i'-Eg' . .. 4 mv- . 1 v .-L -5 I 4. ' , ,mt Yf wr "' V U U 5 ' i . ai 1 . :ff 'mf I . , if ir 'A ' "JN" ' ' "Tv ..., ,.., X sm. ., x as 'sg , N ,W H ,flu 1 :F . li 'S-Q I ,, sf -'S ' 1 : . A. X au., 3.1 L Q ' R VI' Z A is ., nv' l?" A .t-:m.,'c, , ' K ' fl - DAWN UF A Firsl' Row: JULIA ANN HERRIN . HERSHEL HILLMAN , VERNA HINTON , MILFORD H. HOBSON , Second Row: JOHNNY HOLCOMB . . . JIMMIE NELL HOLDER , . ANN CAROLYN HOLIFIELD PATTY HOLMES , , . . Tjiird Row: SARAH HORNE SANDRA HOUTZ , HELEN HOWELL TROY HOWELL . . Fourfh Row: PATRICK HENRY HOWZE, JR, . JAMES HUFFMASTER . WALLY HULL , , MARIE HUNNINOS , Fif+h Row: WARREN A. INGERSOLL . , MONTE INNIS , . CAROLYN JACKSON DON JENNINOS . , . Sixfh Row: ALBERT D. JOHNSON, JR. . ANCIE RUTH JOHNSON . BARBARA SUE JOHNSON BETTYE JOHNSTON ..., Sevenih Row: DIXIE JOHNSON MARY ELIZABETH JOHNSON NEW ERA . . . Sumrall . Mobile, Albama . . , . Richlon , . , Guliporf Chickasaw, Alabama . , , Hazelhursl . Sandersville , Tylerlown . Jackson , Canlon , Guliporl . Pass Chrisrian Prichard, Alabama Mobile, Alabama Springhill, Louisiana , Moss Poinf Mobile, Alabama , Halliesburg Halkiesburq Chickasaw, Alabama Halliesburq . Halliesburo Halliesburq Monroe, Louisiana . . Purvis GLENDON JOHNSON . Tylerlown MARY FRANCES JOHNSON Mize Eigh+h Row: HARNETT JONES . Canlon BEVERLY JONES , . . Cenlerville BULA MAE JONES Harriesburg ERNESTINE JORDAN . . . , Collins Ninih Row: VERMAN V. JORDAN Haffiesburq MARILYN KACHIN , , Fl. Wallon Beach, Florida HAROLD RAY KEA , . . . , Preslon LARRY KEATING . Fl. Wallon Beach, Florida E I 2 a - , ya .. " " . . .., . A ik C . X. - V, , . . , ,. , A' , ' ' ' fl!! His sixfeenfh birfhclay has Q, FRESHMAN CLASS 1 5 so Firs+ Row: SUE KENNEDY . . KINTA KERGOSIEN . , BILLY JEAN KING , , JEANEANE KING . Second Row: THELMA LEE KING , , BEN KNIGHT ALBERT RAY KOENENN CAROL KOSKI . . . Third Row: JAMES M. LACK , GEORGE D. LADNER JOY LADNER , . GEORGE E. LAMBERT Fourih Row: LINDA LANCASTER . KARL LANGENBACK, III DOROTHY LARROUX , RAY LECHNER . . , FIHI1 Row: DOUGLAS LEDBETTER . DAN LEECH ..... PAUL LEWEY . . . BONNIE SUE LEWIS . . Sixfh Row: VIRGINIA LEWIS . . TOMMY LONG . DAVID LOPOSER . BOBBY LOTT ,... Seven+I'1 Row: JOHN THOMAS LOWERY , . VIRGINIA LUCAS . . . CAROLYN LUEDERS . . . ALBERT LYND . . . EigI1+I'1 Row: JACKIE MACON . . LESLIE W. MAGEE , CHRIS MARRIOTT . Nin+I1 Row: CHARLES MARTIN . . ROSEMARY MASSEY . EVELYN MATTINSON . NANCY MECKLIN . . Theodore, Alabama , . ,Bay S+. Louis . . . . . Bassfield , , Magnolia Mobile, AIabama . , Taylorsville . Pass Chrisfian . , . Kreole Jackson , Biioxi , Picayune . . Jayess . . Haifiesburq . . . Hafiiesburg A , Bay SI. Louis . . , BiIoxi . . Purvis . . , .Brooklyn Haffiesburg , . . PacI'1uIa . Pascagoula . . Haiiiesburq . . GreenviIIe . .Sumrail . .Seminary . . . Siaie Line . . Haifiesburg Moss Poinf . . Pensacola, Fia. . . . Mendenhall . . Foley, Alabama . .PascagouIa . . . Nafchez . . GuIIporI . .Louise You iesfl Q X if I y ...v ns "' S' 11:37 uf Aw, 1+ 5. 'VN 1: -L. fx x I , s- "ZA 41" 5 -.1. fn., H.. .I 5. I an L 4- f I I 5 :S fi' 'Q - ,. I I 'L .,s 4 -ef I -X wr., I 4' .W 'xx , be 'IF Ny 'K -Q. I YI gf S-43' 'ur' 'N . ,fi 0.6 -.. -'-. 44 Q 4. - - I A cv- , I Sv sa" ,-Q QQ gi fri I 1' sf n I li TQ'- Qq. I .S ,- Q al T " '-:E7 A 2 2 49 fl, lf. 1 , L ,, - if ' QW K . . . Lf' ' v C 1. nk., X 6 - wh Q xx .ws Q. ,ig , 4-:fy . '22 ,N - - ., ks- ' F' ,-,Q - f' I ff 'M :Rgx :ov ' ' v-' X, ,4 4+ LL - ' T M I S 53? ' A 5: Q 3.1, uf I ' ,K f - .. V . .. wnA ,ww 'L . sf f. N4 ' 3 . ....-...Q X.: Q H F Qgfyw ' Q, , .Za . ,.. ..,.... Q . S -.J . ..n,,, J. . r ' ,.,..:I::r :Q Mgr... - . V ,, ,. .,A, . Qirg,Q::1g,,gy ga N rs., 4.51, J, .Mn A. A . 492' 'ITL 5. . ef! f V- . i . .. .eg .,,- ,.. 'Q MZ? . ,Hr Ns 'wk A ef" . 2 7 'Tig 6' xx' ' ,, ,.. I l 91 7 Q x 21 5 34 AX- A s l. 'H . .::. I :I-ev Egg .". if ef S .rw . 'K 'CF' 'M ff 4-v 'P' N f th MI? :MQ 4' V M - 1 : f-135.3 f f wp -. . 1:-. P I A-' f . '5- Vf' i 'fs L ,qs Q52 3 f WE 1 1 ' ,AAFP -...- --N.. 'S-T' le' A . Q 'Q -' 'qw' Wg.. if Midi' 3 f ww, 'W ' I EW, I v.. 1. A . . Ai .4 ,wma . "-U .: .24 3.3. ' as vw vs ff . +4 --.-K J., Q17 W we In Y 'Rm we T? fl" QT.--1 A 'N H wr J- ,- . ...JV If' ' .. , W' W. FX ffm WL ,l vm DAWN UF A NEW ERA Firs+ Row: JAMES H. MIDDLETON . ROBERT L, MIKKELSEN . CHARLES F. MILES . . , HARRY R. MILES . , Second Row: JOHN L. MILLER , PERCY MILLER . . CLEONE MITCHELL . EDITH MITCHELL . . Third Row: MANLEY C. MITCHELL . MAUREEN F. MITCHELL STEVE MITCHELL , . . LAURIE MOHLER , FourIh Row: JAMES MOODY . , . ANNA MOORE . . . DONALD B. MOORE . . EDYTH E. MOORE . . FiF+h Row: ROY L. MORGAN . HAROLD A. MORRIS . , MICKEY MORRIS . . . BILLY W. MULLEN . Sixfh Row: CAROLYN MULLINS . . JAMES P. MULLINS . . . CHARLOTTE ANN MUNN SUE MURPHY ..... Sevenfh Row: PATRICIA MYERS , . , CHARLES McSWAlN . . MARY MCALLISTOR . . JULIE MCCALL . . Eighih Row: MARINEL MCCARTY , . DONALD MCDANIEL . SUE MCDAVID , HUDSON MCDONALD . Nin+h Row: LEAH McMAHON BILLY McPHAlL . JOHN McOUAGGE BOBBY JOE McSWAIN Wilmer, Alabama . .Summerdale, Alabama . . . Moss Point . Bay S+. Louis . Greenville Ocean Springs Blylheville, Arkansas . . . . .Meadville . Greenwood . Bay SI. Louis . Chicago, Illinois . . . , Halfiesburq , Whisfler, Alabama . . . .Halliesburg . . . , . Laurel . . Lexinglon ......Liber+y . Pensacola, Florida . . . Gulfporf EI Dorado, Arkansas . . Mendenhall .,....Roxie . . , , Biloxi . Brewlon, Alabama . . . . . Magee . . . . . Pelal . . . . Lumberlon Blylheville, Arkansas . . Picayune . . . . . Osyka , . . Jackson Chickasaw, Alabama . Berwyn, Ill. . D'Lo Halliesburq Augusla San+a, a la M.S.C. F ". Firsi Row: RAYMOND G. NAZARY . , . . , . ,Carfhage -.-. . I ',,,4 -. 5 , , 'V' '17 if x FRESHMAN CLASS if I 1 SUSAN NEWTON . , , FLORA NOBLE , , GLENN NORRIS . Second Row: GLORIA NORRIS BYRON OBERSCHMIDT DONALD ODOM PATRICIA ANN ODOM . Third Row: JACK I-I. OOLESBY ENOCH WAYNE O'SI'IIELDS SUZANNE OVERSTREET MAXWELL PACE .,.,. Fourih Row: JOE M, PARDEN ANN PATRICK MARILYN PATTERSON CAROL PEARCEY Fif+h Row: DAVID G, PEATTIE, JR. ROBIN PENN GAY PEPPARD JAMES E, PHILLIPS Six+h Row: EVALYN PIERCE WALTON PIGOTT LARUE PITTMAN LORENE PITTMAN Sevenih Row: SYBLE PITTMAN MARILYN POPE CARROLL POWELL SYLVIA POWELL . Eighih Row: WANIJS CHARLIE PRATER BETTY CAROLYN PRUETT NELL PRUETT I BARBARA PUCKETT . Nin+h Row: WALTER PUSH EDWARD RASBERRY SMILEY RATCLIFF BARBARA RAWLS . , , . . . Seminary . Chickasaw, Alabama , Brew+on, Alabama HoIcomb . Brookhaven . Buckfuma . I-Iaffiesburq . Haffiesburq - Tupe'o Middlefown, Pennsylvania . . . , , I'Ia'r'riesburq Wilmer, Alabama . I-IaHiesburr1 Chickasaw, AIabama , . Peja' Pascaqoula McComb Biloxi I'IaI+iesIsur: Mobile, AIabama TvIerIown Foxworfh Kokomo Kokomo Greenwoo'I PeIaI Jackson . MobiIe, Alabama Haffiesburq Meridian Jackson Dundew Moss Point Jackson I-IaHieSburq ff, FQ x Governoi Coleman visiis M.S.C. ' Q 4 -1? I, '27 ,,. V ' 2' X Z? Q-A -- f .sf 47 --Q af, -,. T7 . f ' 1 Ti -, . 3' , 6:41 Q "' , ri- ' 1' I F -vw 3 3 - I - N' I' ..f" i ,ffv .,.v I , . 4 ' A I w "' "' N fm. grg ,gs Qin w- . ,-' o V- N -f +1-fv ' ve- v-1' . . , X H' , J' , 4 'Q I . ' Y I: fx. - 4 -zz.. ps , Q I .11 . Yffr .V- , , ! X Nur' ' ,- P r 6? 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Moss Poinf Jackson Y Ha+Iiesburq . Pelal Foley, Alabama Y , Brooklyn , Ha++iesburq Mobile, Alabama . . . . . Purvis Pascagoula , . Vicksburg Mobile, Alabama , . Halliesburq Haffiesburq , Hafliesburq Quifrnan Prenlriss Haiiiesburq Ocean Springs Haliiesburq New Orleans, Louisiana Osyka Biloxi Hafliesburq . Biloxi New Orleans, Louisiana . Harliesburq Meadville . Halliesburq Carlliaqe Brooklyn Magee Vicksburg Yes, Sir, have if for you, just a minufe ,Ae """ , Y --3 CHARLES w, TRUSSELL .. A A N, 3 GLENN RYAN , if I ef A NETA SAETRE A BETTY SALISBURY H I I Seven+l1 Row: A ANN MARIE SASSONE NORMAN SCHINEIDER , -A U .T ..... GRACE Jo SCHMIDT ' -A H I J H .IPRRY SCHOENICK A I 1-5,-P, '53 Ai ,I J ,, Eigl1+I1 Row: "T , PAA A F, -A-W W- CAROL SCHUPPAN .,, E A f' j MARTHA SCOTT F, -A R, We OLLIE J. SEALE FRANCES SEAY is ' -.f .T-,1 - 9 NM ROWI I ir, -1A' A NITA SEE MARY SELLERS ,,,, 1, PEGGY SELLERS 'T" ,,.. , . Z A '1-" .Q JOSEPH A. SETARQ . ' 'F ' lib ., ,E '55 'ivll I f-"ii, Lie A Q-lf I .E Tv-A ' -1 3 , '.:-- ,yi - 1'2" -:fr-:".: -fi ,,... : 'i+A..,, V .vi 1 V , ,Y ,.,. ,.,,.., 3 3 . - V .6343 1 AKA' A -A ls if I T My C WW'1 'T fe ef A ff I - .:1.. I iff, Q I ' Y I E 36.5. xxx, 1: my Ai: I IM: f ..- . x A 151 ---' A-"R ,eg S "R ' FRESHMAN Firsi' Row: DONNIE SEUZENEAU . ALLEN SULLIVAN . . BILLY SUDDUTH . . . ANNIE K. STRINGER . Second Row: EMILY STONE .,.. MARY NELL STOKES . LYNETTE STOKES . . . JO ANNE STIGLETS . Third Row: MILDRED STEWART . KENNETH STEPHENS ROBERT E. STALLINGS SARA SPOTTSWOOD . Fourlh Row: SUE SPENCER .... LENORA SLAUGHTER PAT SPECK ..... JO ANN SOWELL . . Fiffh Row: OLETA SNELGROVE , JIMMY SMITHIE . , JANET R. SMITH . . RONALD J. SMITH . . Sixih Row: BOB SMITH ..... DWIGHT SMITH . . . JIMMIE ANN SMITH TERRY R. SPEIGHTS . . Sevenih Row: NELL SINGLETERRY . CAROLYN SIMS . . SUE SIMMONS . . . JANE SIMMONS . Eigh'l'l1 Row: BOBBY F. SHOULDER PAULA SHOTTS . . . EVELYN SHOEMAKER NANCY SHERRARD . Ninih Row: PEGGY SHELTON . HILDA SHATTLES .... ALLEN V. SHATTLES . . . IEANNE SI-IAMBURGER CLASS . . Bay S+. Louis . . . .Magee . . . Carlhage .......Mlze . . Springhill, Alabama . . . Mobile, Alabama . . Lafayefle, Louisiana . . . .Ha++iesburg . . Hailiesburg . . . . . .Jackson . . . . Yazoo Cify . Mobile, Alabama . . . . . Haifiesburg . . . . Mobile, Alabama . . Blyfheville, Arkansas .......Magee . .Waynesboro ......Jayess nv: V, , 2? cz "' G f 'P' 4? 32 f Q , L14 , I -'- ,,. vp! I' 'Z' "" " I 1' 5 I ,iv 0- -Q. out y' Q' .4 F3 67 S v i.."" 4-.' X .1 "linda . A ' ' x an Wx.. 4 5? ff' on 12, Vv. .45 ..... .1 'V if T 'f i 2 "'u, 4 2 .. N 5.40 "N .A un ..,3 a ,Q ' 4- ..pf . . Mobile, Alabama ,. . . . .Brookhaven ' . . .Mobile, Alabama nh iv T "QT 'W W I3 2' . . . .Pascagoula ,ggi ,J .- . . Decafur I v ' '- ' f " . .Bassfield wif I S- xx' T - Rv., - :fu . r ' ' ., A -,Z gf: 9 . . . . . .Waynesboro JISUS-,"'T M Q . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . .Moniicello , Q, . . ' . . . .Columbia , I 'ffl' , r - QQ T ' Tp -ea . . Halfiesburq F - A I C . A M S - . . Hafiiesburg Aw! lf, L," 5 ' -- . . .Jaclcson 'X ,' f , J' . . .Yazoo Cify 84' H I ai- 'J " ltr" A. . .I . .Haffiesburq S A TJ . . .Brookyn . . .Brooklyn Q . .Lumberion A '+A Rr 5 ' I 3: "' fr: 1: LJ If 1 S5 'L R '4 'An I ':"' I' wg of ' N ' T TT '37 ff .T ff :R .eu 4' L- -' 1--5 ,, x ' S .Qi , 'ab ' A we V f ..Lf7S'N 753325 Q - . "' -s' xg , 'P' r'o 'lffgviiv 'Q 'xx A v ,W ' i. Ast? Home Ec. class Ieaches good healfh l52 ,4- I fa - ,- Fl 'A -of C . vs nv aa ., J, -f, ,Q X ,1,,.s? .... ,. gf"'g: f, 70" . 37 X-.ff 19' -.1 Nw s, I' . if ameri 'Y '-' -asia . V Q mcg! :.r'.r..., 3 1- 1 , ,ls :' X ' ' -H C., I .fa an we' Q , I H, -',:, Q ,A 5 J fs lm, r' " ,aw N- 4" . . L 3. -..f Q M.. , A f I 7. I' Jr. Wy. A ' r ca J ,gba A M. 'M , A - 5 9' lf l Q . T Z . ' AYVA If x t. 'w A A I IM: QQ- , I M 'F , if ' . 'W li" 5. W 'A 'li'l.,' b -17 I. - I S " ', V ' 5 - an :za - J' ,. " 'T "' I W w-'VJ .Af .Q Q FW if OAR Q 9 S ,Auf ., 1 wr" 5 5 6 ' tg. km ,gm . i' 9 :W ,L -,..'. .1 13552 .L'-5? 1 'figfg' "' DAWN UF A NEW ERA Firsf Row: CI-IARLENE SUTTON WANDA SWAN . LUTHER TANNER , PEGGY TAYLOR Second Row: ROBERT TAYLOR . JANET TERRESON . JOE TERRY ...., BARBARA THAGARD . , Third Row: GEORGE R. TI-IOMASSON GEORGE THOMPSON . WILLIAM THOMPSON BILLY J. TI-IORNHILL , , Four+h Row: WILLIAM E. TIMS . GAYLE TIPTON -. . ANNETTE TISDALE . AUDREY TISDALE , Fif+h Row: MARGARET TOLAR . COOPER TREVILION . FAYE TRICE . . . SAM J. TUCCIO . . Sixfh Row: BEN TUCKER . . . BEN TULLOS .... JON TULLOS .,... CAROLYN TURNER . , Sevenrh Row: JULIA ULMER ...,. MRS. PHYLLIS UPSHAW . JOHN UTSEY ...... CHARLES VAN DEVENDER Eighfh Row: OLA MAE VAN SLYKE . . HILDA VAUGHN . . . JEAN E. VICK .... ED VOIVEDICI-I ,... Nin'I'I1 Row: LOUANN WAGGONER , KENNETH WALLACE . O. C. "Jackie" WALLACE CHARLES WALKER , . . I M27-'fii'.e , I , .V ,V I-wg , Hansonville, Virginia . . . . Haffiesburq . . . . Moss Poinr . Blyrheville, Arkansas . . Harriesburg , . Pascaqoula . . . Osyka . , . I-Iafliesburg , Mobile, Alabama . . . . .Columbia . . Mobile, Alabama . . . . . Jayess . . Hailiesburg . . . . Tupelo . . I-Iafriesburg . . Haffiesburg . . . . . . Sumrall . . . . Porl Gibson Gilberiown. Alabama . . . . . Vicksburg . , Jackson . . Jackson . . Jackson , , Leakesville . . . . , . . Laurel . . . . Waynesboro Gilberlown, Alabama , . Moblie. Alabama . . Hafriesburg . . . Halliesburq , Mobile, Alabama . . Ocean Springs , . . Harriesburg . . . . Kosciusko Mobile, Alabama , . . Hariiesburg ,-cs, '- I .fee ' X x N N FRESHMAN Firsi' Row: MARY ANNE WALKER . NANCY WALKER .,.. JAMES WANSLEY , . ELWYN WARD . I Second Row: MARY ALICE WATKINS A MONA WATKINS . JAMES DUDLEY WATSON . , BERNICE WEEKS . . . . Third Row: RUSSELL WELCH FRANK WELLMAN . KARLENE WEST , JAMES S. WI-IITEI-IEAD . . Four+h Row: PEGGY WI-IITEI-IEAD , JOY LEE WI-IITTINGTON . JEAN WILLIAMS JESSE W. WILLIAMS . I FiF+h Row: KAY WILLIAMSON . JOI-IN WIMBISI-I . . SARA WINDI-IAM , . TOMMY WOODFIN . . Sixfh Row: CALVIN WYNNE . . BOBBY YARBOROUGH . . WALTER YARROW ..... RONALD YOUNGBLOOM . , Sevenlh Row: JOI-IN D. ZILLER . . JO ANN BALLARD . CLASS . . Waynesboro . . . . Jackson , 4 Laurel . Greenville Mobile, Alabama . . . Jackson I-lalliesburq Winfield, Alabama I Long Beach . Poplarvillo . Halliesburg . Halliesburg . . . . Louisville . Brookhaven Springhill, Louisiana . , . , . Meridian . McComb . Jackson . , Louin . Macon . . , Sidon Kenlwood, Louisiana Chicago, Illinois . Meridian , Jayess iN' 35" Don'4 mind if I d iii! lsfx ""'7 fx Am ? ,Q-4' 'UQ- 'UQ ...X N? 'D fi 'i wi X SX -O "wr ...sf Q-"W F. W? if ,lil 1. 3 5 gif N7 gp., S 'D' IS L sr if 1. ' rv- "' t 4 ' 6' " A pl ., -A -F v V 1 , ' gms ,n .W ' :wi-:I fp ' I 5 5' " Q "R S I,-se. 'T' 'Q J " I P-3 " ' I A A .,,, M , ' x., 'X ' . 'Y .' ' f 'A ' ..f -5 i . 2 , ' ' I .J 'L I -,f I- ...- 'f' 'W Q-I A -4, A A, 3 , 1 KH. I. 'Q .,1f. ' K "f-ffi' -uf? IN v, Q wig ,- U41 M 2 ' or , S T X -Q A, X, , I , I- L , , 4 2' I rg l ,ws :N V il mv fo: - 'I -3 s' V W v Q.-:'::r I i ' - I I f "' I "sw ,, wr J . s Q :Z . I ' . , Q 5 'N ' I .,- i Nil ui-Lgv I -' , S- 3 . .Y ' 4 I I ' A, A x W vw 'sk N 0,4 I 'sf' , :Q 3 .. 4 Y, , ' 5 1.Q 4 wg' J hi I v-WN V , 'f'-f,,fi" V., . A Qipigf' ' -f5l'J'f.f ' Ai' A',,...--' I PMA' 'IMF 'iff ,pw- ,wr V K 1, ' , 3-V U ,A 1 ' - ' 2 Q ww. ' 23145 in WM V' Ky zzlas. X a A Q as if X? , M Him ws 9 ' A I is-A ' fx: xx 4 5, 4.4 1 ,, . Q, :,"q.,3 53 T. X :,Q,5,f, W ' 'W - 7 WH tw , s ,Q . 'mn -,MSN ig, f. sz Aw . O .I 'Q me.-qz a . 5 1 , ,V 1.- Q uwiiil-'ff'4"' ., ISN., x .pf -nu xx? 'N 1' K8 41. 'ig -. 1, X XA 3 of, . 4 -v "5 "' . f'.':3',.q .gf-. . ,, I V mmf., 'W-Q . S... .JF Firs+ Row: .'i..QL.s :L GRADUATES 57' QV --I 0 Y. 1 '1 1, q R' '- I A Q Firsf Row: wwf'- ...4f-"S 3' in ..-+44 ,S ,?'1 Av' EDITH BARKSOALE VAN SLYKE ..., Elemenfary Educafion ELVIE W. BEEMAN . ,........ . JAMES F. BELL Second Row: EIemen+ary Educafion ' ' 's5C5n3eEy'Ed'u3a+iQA ' CHARLES H. BERRY ...,....... SchooI AcIminis+ra+ion WILLIAM GLIVER BEST .....,.... Supervision and Adminisiraiion A. C. BLACKLEDGE ,.......,.. Third Row: School Adminisfraiion JUANITA BLACKLEDGE ........ Elemenfary Educaiion THERESA P. BLACKLEDGE ......... Eiemenfary Educafion LORENE B. BLACKWELL ......... Home Economics Educafion Plans for fhe oufdoor drama Hafiiesburg . .Meridian . .BiIoxi . Columbus . .EIIisviIIe Waynesboro Waynesboro , . EIIisviIIe . . Laurel LAURA S. ACKER . . . . . . . , Horse Cave, Ky. ALBERT L. ALLEN CORRINE ALLEN Second Row: Physical Ed ucafion I -Secondary Edluciaiiori S I E-Ierne-nfary Educaiioni GATE ANDERSON ..... . . . Eiemenia ry Educafion HELEN E. ARENDALE ......... ANN C. AVER . . Elemeniary Supervision Supervision- and-Adrniniisi-raiioin . Hailriesburg . .Gulfpori . EIIisviIIe . Hariiesburg Ocean Springs 099A 5: 4' .,-5 --q .X I I if. A ni -A .,3,,.k N I f"-" . xf 1l'?"j W' 1 ---2 4' for 2:7 Ju V DAWN UF A NEW ERA i - E an 3 A . I ..,, -.,, I s . - , . YK 2 "' f L ,Ah ii f-ff ' 3 42. A + wi 1, 1 J, -f K Atl. I 111326 I . I. ., .-...P A f 1 Q -.4-so pf dxf? ,- I .im I .-. 1: 1 3 43 ..,,,, A L ' ', , ,. A -,q Q D 'iff' uk Gafhering place for Lafin-American sfudenfs 5 S 'Ali' M' A-wr 0 mf' 'W' As' .1 3. in sf 3 'g,'Xx ., by - 3252 3 fl! Q".-f Nav' Firs+ Row: WILLIAM E. BOOGAN ...,. .... M eadviIIe ScLiooI Adminisfrafion, SociaI Science RICHARD P. BONNETTE MarIcsviIIe, Louisiana Indusfrial Arfs Educafion CL.ARA M. BRESNAHAN . Gijiporf Adrninisirafion, Councilinq Second Row: ELIGENIA HOWELL BREWTON . Ha++ieSburg EIe-menfarv Supervision KATHERINE BROWN . Haffiesburq Business Adminisfrafion MARICE C. BROWN . . .EIIisviIIe Communicafions Third Row: MICHA R. BROWN . Jaclfscn Business Educa+ion ROBERT E. BRYAN . . . . LucedaIe ScI'1ooI Adrninisfrefion ELORA BURRIS - EranIcIinIon, Louisiana Educafion, Supervision Fourfh Row: LEONARD B. CAVES . .... Lauref ScI'1OoI Adminishaiion, Supervis on LESLEY C. CLARK . . . , -Beizcr MeIIw WESLEY CLARK . .... , .Belzon MaTI1. Physical Education Fifth Row: ELSIE COLLINS V , . . . Bude Business Educaiioii CHARLES HAMPTON COOK . McKenzie, AIabah-ia Piwvsical Educefion AVIS B. CORKERN .... . . Boqffusa Loise a Supervision, EIeme-niarv Educafion 4 I57 aiq u 'Q' i-"tn F-,I . 32 - I I . Gulfporf . .Richfon I-Iaffiesburg . , . Biloxi . TyIerI'own . G-ulfporf EDWIN M ETHRIDGE New AUQUSIG VERA FREDENDOLL I"I5II'I6SbUfg VERLIN CALLOWAY I DSIGIID Firsi' Row ELIZABETH CULPEPPER Pefa CLARA MARY CRULL Bogalusa Lounslana I-I. PAUL CRUM B1 ox: Second Row ELLEN DAVIS Clara WILMA I-I M DAVIS SlIver Creek ARLINE J DILDY BogaIusa Lounslana Qff ' 'I ,QW f 4? X mf' -F' af' Q19 5 .7 x,,.-' if JI 1 4. 'qw pk- f .. e 6- 'A 4 v not .cw . as -M' J VV , ug f ir' 1 , of .1 A ji 3. . -. . -- .I sp ye' W.,-ff: 5- .,- -5 " , 'gf' f .. N an ' . ---ff .1 - -f ' W -I 1iN'T:,:: - Stir.: mink i. fi. Q, ,I I 1 'sf' 4 f 5- 5 , s K . f . of f f Q. Q' ...,.,V., , . ,. if . 1 A , fn ,fs .. . 1. . i, DAWN UF A NEW ERA 6 Ev , 5 iw ,K ,Z , 'I ,4,,, .. , lg., . . f?'?i " "W A -f . A,.,, q ,,,: , IW' Whai' is 'rhal on yon hill? Firsi' Row: EDWARD A. GILLEON .......,.,.... Halfiesburg School Adminislrafion W. MCMATH GIVENS . . ..,.. . Bogalusa, Louisiana Educa+ion LUCILE H. GOODGAME ..... ,..,. E Ilisville Mafh Second Row: RADER GRANTHAM ......... . . Macon Physical Educalion EMMlE LOU GREEN ......... . . , , ,McLain Commerce LESLIE GRUBER ,............, Winnipeg. Canada Speech Correcfion Third Row: CECILE A. GUICE . . ..... . . Haffiesburq Educa+ion PAT HARTRIDGE . . . ..,..,.. ...,, G ulfpori Speech Correclion KATHRYN E. HENDERSON .,...,. Boqalusa, Louisiana Secondary Educarion Fourfh Row: L. D. HENDERSON , . , ,.,,.., . Laurel School Adminisrralion VANNlE LEE HERRING ........ Sanford Elemenlary Supervision ELSIE B. HINTON . ...,... , Meridian Elemenlary Educalion Fif+h Row: DANIEL HARRELL HOLCOMB . . , . Halliesburg Hisfory N. VERNON HOOKER ....,.... , . , , Purvis Music Educaiion RUTH COOPER HOSEY .,., , . . , Boqalusa, Louisiana Elemenlary Educafion r 1' ,.,,.-K ,rf N , 4 it H if ,. 4 f 'NJ' Q, ek' V13 it 3.1 x 44" Q12-W fi 2 :Ja . 555 i -+-.,' ,yr Firs+ Row: ELDON T, JENVINS .,... , . A , Tayiorsville School Adrninisfraiion RUTH MARIE JIROUEC .... .... B oqaiusa, Louisiana Elerneniary Educa+ion O. S, JCHNSON , ..... . Haifiesburq Adminisiraiion Second Row: S. B. VELLY . . .... . , Spring Hiii, Alabama Adminisfralrion, Supervision D J. VENDRICK , . ,....... . . . ,Gulfpori Secondary Educaiion WESLEY F VENT . . ,...,. New Auqusia Secondary Educa+ion Third Row: GLADYS J. KERVIN .,.,..... . .Soso Secondary Ediicaiion PCHBFPT W, VINCE , , ..,.,,..... Wesson Main CHAPLES L, LAVIDPUM , Newberry, Souiln Carolina Guidance Concenirafion GRADUATES . Guifpoff Long Beach Lucedaie ill. Aiabarna Carson GL.iipOfi' N, -n NL ips. Firsi' Row: GLEN HUFF . . . Hisfory ARCHHE HUGHES .,.,,, , Guidance CLIFTON D. HUNTER . . , Sciiooi Adrninisfraiion Second Row: EVELYN D, HYBART ..,. . . Spring P-I Adrninisirafion Supervision ALCUS C. JACKSON . , . , . . Adnninisfrafion ADAIR S. JAMES , .... , Elemeniary Supervision In i 3' ,W f-ff CULT' Y' A . l if . X I w Nr. 'f N 5 .qc so li vig. , N' f .1-'f' Y wx! i J. 1,45- uf' . -'J 1' fi' 'Y:"7' nAwN or A Nfw ERA f b ii -. 4... . 'ff-A we 5 15 . T 5 "' . of I . Jw' A ef if 'c 'ff-' .mn-vu-vf M 2 ' i. .1 ii . n..f"' , 1-mp- . - ,......., -fau- Dr. McCain and "Monk" enferhain visifing speaker a Firsf Row: Y A,,A ,K . 1 MAZIE R. LITTLE . . A,.. ..... M Obiie, Alabama ii 1, Elemenlary Educalion 'SWF .QL CATHERINE MCKEE . , . . . Picayune ,' .M Elemenlary Educalion -7 x, Q, Q- Yu! I A ":A.: ggi" DOROTHY PLAISANCE MANNING Bogalusa, Louisiana ::.-.'.1 ':" ,Q ' Vi Elemenfary Educa+ion V- A 'TA1' ' T Second Row: EVANS J. MARTIN . . . . . Lealfesville Supervision and Adminislralion CORNELIA S. MASON . . . Salsuma, Alabama I gi vyhll Adminislrafion and Supervision ICounseIinqI I A HOMER R. MATTHEWS . . . Laurel Adminisfralive Personnel and Counseling Third Row: LONNIE SANFORD MEADERE . Newlon School Adminislrafion and Supervision JOHN MERRIIT , . , A Halliesburg Speech LEO M. MITCHELL . Boqalusa, Louisiana N Educafional Adminislrafion ww '55 . ' Fourfh Row: GEORGE V. MOODY . . . . . . ,poplarville School Adminislralion MARGARET MOORE . . , . Halfiesburg in Elemenlary Educarion I WILLIAM W, MULLINEAUX Ballimore. Maiyiand ' School Adminisfralion we-' 'ZF' Fifih Row: 1 . .i.. 'V , J-OEL W. MCCAA . . ...... . . . . . .Richlon 3 Speech Correclion EDWARD A, MCCORMICK . . . . Boqalusa, Louisiana Commerce EAYE PAUL MCCORMICK . , . . . .Bogalusa Louisiana Elemenlary Educahon I6I 1'-N, 1 F an A '7 GRADUATES I V A 4 Firsl' Row: - 'Ne Q5 1, -A MAE BELLE McKAY .E.. V .... I. . , Lealcesville sv df, Elemen+ary Educalion I if VIRGIL M. MCLENDON ....,. , . . . . .Poplarville i School Adminisrralion .., y MARY MeMici-LAEL E....E... . .Ami+e, Louisiana 5, v - Secondary Educafion fl X I 1 A Second Row: M JESSIE G. MCMULLEN ........ , . Louin L ff A0 Elememlary Educaiion ' . A- M. M. MeMuLLAN . ........ . .Louin Ti' ' 1 Adminislralion ,iff - IMELDA BEEMAN NULL ....... . .Meridian ,ve """" Adminis+ra+ion . ' , ' "If" Firsl' Row: y , - JOHN o'KEEEE ......,.... Easl Orange, New Jersey y ,' Physical Educaiion 'Q pts? .3 CLEMON D. PARKER ............ .... L aurel " . ' .-.,i X! 4, Secondary Educa+ion ,A J.-2' L 'J' CHARLES A, PITTMAN ........,. . .Columbia '--..,,,,.- E 'X4' School Adminis+ra'rion I vblvu l .N - Second Row: E QQSW in ib l A . VERNA L. POUNDS .......... . . Mobile, Alabama V N x, Elemenlary Educaiion . A ' ' ' CHARLIE H. PROBST ........... . . New Augusla ' School Adminisirafion WILLIAM S. PURVIS .........., . . . Puckell' School Adminisfralion 4135. " X - Third Row: x M. B. PUYPER ,........ y. . , ..,. Pzeeyune y L 3 2- 4' Accounfing 5 V X MARGARET M. REDEEL ,.,.... , . Mebaie, Alabama . ,,- . . :fel Elernenlary Supervision 3' ,fe-1 ' N' EVERETT VINCENT RENEER ...... ..... . , Biloxi Adminislralive Personnel and Counseling J Darn! ihose salesmen f 5' 1 . . egg. ara ,::qn: "1 :H f.. ., Q , Gao ov! fl 5. f ' f E, Q3 SE 9 . Z ,urs i 5 'I que. K Atv:-3 4. J FT .A Na' DAWN UF A NEW ERA 4 14 -in 4" yo WN .nn fm ' ,I ' .Q 1 .--9' W li T 3-4 1 'XO . V ' I-'fl I 5 , fi I Book Week offers more fhan classic comics Firsr Row: I-IILDA E. REYNOLDS .......,. Mobile, Alabama AN FFS 'K Adminislralive Personnel and Guidance BERT RICHARDSON ......,.... .... D ecalur up School Aclminislralion wa.,,,..., OLGA ROBBINS ........,... . Angie, Louisiana Elemenfary Second Row: ELOISE M. RALLS ........... . Mobile, Alabama Adminislralion 6. E. "Pal" ROONEY ........ , , , Pascagoula , Music 3' ' ' I-IARRIET D. SELLERS ....,..... . Laurel ' Elernenrary Educafion 47 "" .A Tm' V l . Third Row: V NA ,ii h QQ I-IAZEL M. SI-IANKS . . . ..... . .Taylorsville I 'A if N Tm. 1 ' Business Educalion ' .b. FLOSSIE A. SI-IACKELEORD ....... . . Meridian ' in . - " ' Elemenlary Educa+ion PEARL SHOLTS ........... . Richlon Supervision 4? Fourfh Row: MRS. PI-IILP E. SLADE. JR ......., . . Pachura If 5 M u s i c Ed u ca Ii o n Ilr CLARENCE H. srvinu, JR .... . . . . , . . . canon H Sclnool Adminislralion and Supervision J . -'-' l J. MELTON SMITI-I ....,....., Richfon , vw ,H , j . K M School Adrninislralion I ,q, N f Q. Fifih Row: M' ,. D' """ 5 BENNETT SULLIVAN ...,. Mounf Olive A f. il I'Iis'ro ry '- J' ,., , lj , QV' 2 -i"' C. C. SU LLIVAN, JR. . .,...., Inlalliesburg I ii Special Sludenl Q 'ff" Zg,g, LAMAR J. SUMRALL ........,.,... Ellisville Q I A 5' I'- Ai' ScI1ooIAdrninis+ra+ion and Secondary Educalion I GRADUATES ? N fi.-JW" -A - J rw A ., fi I Q Firsf Row: ' X il ' SIDNEY R. SUMRALL , . Sumrall fff- f L V- Mani si 3 , L HAZEL TURNAGE Collins 1 ii Elemenlary Educarion 55 ' I 'Y' BILLY E. rYsoN Bude 'fx ar Business Eclucalion il Second Row: ' '1 1 LORRAlNE VAN HORN Gullporl V 'ir Adrninisfralion and Counseling 4-N ,L THELMA r. VARVER Laurel . , 'A i' Secondary Educarion 4 MARGARET FISHER WARREN Mobile, Alabama i Elernenfary Supervision Firsf Row: L- 'ii i A A WILLIAM l-l, WARREN Elalliesburg 1 ' Secondary Educalion - Q av- QP 5-A JEANETTE WEATHERSBY I-lafhesburg .f Physical Educalion ' in 3 v, SARAH WEAVER . Quirrnan Home Economics Exlension Second Row: lurk Na 'li EVELYN J. WEEKS Bogalusa, Louisiana Music Educalion PATSY L, WEEKS Harfiesburg LL ix Elemenlary Educalion MOLLIE JANE WELBORN Laurel we Teaching Business Educarion Third Row: SARA C. WELSH Boqalusa, Louisiana Z X Q Elemenrary Eclucalion 8 . na. .vi R ROY WHIPPLE Gulfporl -. x u i Adminisfralion and Counseling '-rr-17 Q v. 5? CINTILLA B. WILLIAMS Boqalusa, Louisiana K V ---JP' Elernenfary Educafion A 4 V Lafesf in Benches ' ' it , 1, L 3, . 'ff I , X ,,.,,,q , , W. 3 , x -- .e X ,r ,Ai ..-r 1 iii JL. F4 Y D w i 'I n 4 ' x ., ,Q N m - tv. R , .,-rf - ...Lf-I , X "-J 1- gx Ae' JL' l 164 L 1 ,I s 23' W ' K pw' -no M 1 . If ,I N, -r"""':""' I I fs. - ,4 ug 49' W 'fr ' 4-wr-, -fa, "" b 2 S, A 'PI 'G 49' E5 vp " I I --If . I 2-' f,':fI:1f. , 51514,-' Q Q A 3 2 ,I 4 ,lg ro g .nh sifkmf' ff E Q 2.51 4 'H :fir DAWN I , Ig f FirsI' Row: UF A NEW I :- '. ERA db All -1 I 'IIR Culfure? EMMETT A. WILLIAMS . ScI'1ooI Admimishafion VERNA M. WILLIAMS Boqalusa, EIemenIary Educafion WANZIE WILLIAMS Varnado, Second Row: Lower EIemenIary EducaIion VERNICE WILLIAMSON MoIJiIe, AdminIsIraIIon and Supervision EUGENE A. WINK I-Iisfory ' II ooII A 6 'v', -T-I5I I xx Biloxi Louuauana LouIsIana Alabama GuIIporI ?. 1 ,,, M, 5,f2f21fef-39 ,ff , ,. . 2 pf, - W, ' V ici . ' , . ,AV , In W " 'f f x V yi. , , ,,,,,, 31. Lf' - ' 421' ,f , , 'fl' a 4 ' ' ZW Silica 51: Quai: ' ' ' v f- 5- V, , ' " r fv'J:!?:' Q i, 5 1 A' il X 1 I V K ' . 11 .- 4- 1. -' 0 4 M ff ,,,,A,, LA .6 gli, .-,, if Q' 51 ':'fl?ffl'2 4 "5 2v,' fvfnf'-fail'-L J Mswxgjf' . , I , ,,,, ,X 6, ,,, V. , :bmw vw B 0-- AL, A-" f-'M' 0 nf. is , Q- ww M f 3 v H, A ,, f , 'I P- ,, f- ,.1.-1 -FQ. - :L .3 JK' 'V if K 2: v L- .Eb 5335 1+ -.-. A - X 1 S-1g-1: 1 - ' .1 .f.,'1 5'5 2 '53,-Y, 1 ' ' "Q, Q 2 If 5 'YQ - A- f ,pi gf- H. ,g ' "sax A i f V U ,farm 1 , A .IA Liv., t Y. 1" .t " 'V ,,,mg5:::,- , 'Q .fr 3 , ......,. Z.: :JE .,.,.,,, ..,. , .f H N ij, A' 1: VA K f H 11, " 5 ,jg 1, "5 "Q, z - ' . R53 , H' 5 ,Az f :A if!"--Q 1 I 4 u 'X R,--.... v --...-.. '-v--...... N-up hu, gn . 2 gi 5 3 if QI II Q W 5 ! 5 ll E ! . L In Pg ' Q: ' i5s.4f?e f f FEATURES Top Keautiu of 'I Q 5 6 FFZJGII ted 69 The Soutlnel-ner F1 MU' W. N 4 M. A. 5:4-xi-'Qg?52+p:f I.. Imax, V - 4:91. 1- ...Ly , ,. V 1. Iltiu Adair Eaten A junior from Liberfy, Adair reigned 'this year as Homecoming Queen and served as secretary of 'rhe S+uden+ Governmeni- Associaiion. Perhaps fhe largesi' honor besioweci upon +his dark-haired miss rhis year was being selecfed for "Who's Who" Thi ' h . s is er second year as a SOUTHERNER beau+y. 171 .vw A0 A ,A., . , P' ' ,V fx. 5' I 1 rf., J 1 1 f ,, .i-:ww 4. M ., gs, Il 2" JY ik czfi 'X ' rl 2' lf. ,x..,,..f ,s ., , M- MM .. ,., 31 ' , .. ' 9li':kfi:':i?w I ., .. " ' 'FL'5:.f1:6f WNY? - 1,4-rl-H3 wh' h-.. ' . f '1zsIf?Zz?5,f?i35fe51-, Q A .!fk,if'ffIi15UI5-IWW V 1' nv" 'Jf25S1:,2y5f:fib2'4 an ffm.-1' '. 4s:iw,f."1,' x fy.. .f l ,s.re'A1'N'f ' M www-eau'-ws ,!W' 'Y i E if liffl X llliu can Kerry Pe+i+e Joan, who Hwis year was selecfed as Miss Hospi+ali+y from Pren+iss, is also swee+hear+ of Phi Kappa Tau. l'72 im G12 vwvz-1-ffm' Q if E MMA Caroline Coe 1-an A perfec+ example of Souihern charm and be-aufy, Carolyn repre- senfed Hue s'ra're of Mississippi in 'Hue I956 Miss America con+es'r. This Lucedale sophomore served as presideni of Alpha Lambda, and was elec+eci Sou+hern's Miss Baihing Beaufy in I955. In acidifion she is a Iieu+enan+ of ihe Dixie Darlings. 173 .1 kqmw wifi Q, X. 4U 25 .aiu 42' ,179 ff rg? WWUIX1 nl if X wk 9 MMA L7 6am 5 Vivacious Barbara a freshman haulmg from Gulfpori' has added much -fo fhe Dsxie Darlings ihss year wnfh her charm and faleni' 4 3 H , iffy I , V , ' if E52 . ' Ak" f-'1 iffifffv' 'my "' y .gg , - ,,,,f1g,:,, A,,,f w, W 1 fff:Er1'fQZ5l'Q51', ,5ip'ff'2' 5, ' QKZEQC' 4? R an MW , ' i . 3-"f4"'. " ' . , ', 'Q' am V Q 9.2. Up. 11, ,lf fl . 3 1 ' ',f'ff:1., N. ,. 4,g,5,q,f, if. A, a , .V W A 1:55:14-, 1 ,Ay - , 1: ,rim -lim, ,. 5' iii: I ' 'Fir ff? '?Z.'.- 7:12-5- ,gif 5241 - . N 9351 ig ,V 54: '14 a --t E " fix 1 if , X- Ep kc- ':'7. f Q . 1. 'f -'52 A ,Q "V , ,J 'LRC' SJ: , 4 42.5 A S i- ' , :rg ye V Q - '-2543.1 0 , nr, 4:1 -LA A 4? 55 b . ,W , 2-ff., ,If if ' af! 'fx ,mf 1 ' 2. . Hg 4: ' . , W3 f . ,F -2- ,Jim-r. . V. ., , . My -,..5 Q -rx:,.-.uf X . , V Q Jim -9 igqeglrg g , 3,1 A-egg, ,, um, . rx-.-,-wig -sq , x, , , - 1 ' .' g' ,. -9-.w.w - '3.x'1,xg,-3 - - -.wif :ffl X Q p . 1' ' -3fi'1:+x- '35'?'f' x Z- , .' 1 ...AW K , . .- ,M--1, k- , ' -, ' r bw I O . . n 1 . . . . f 1 1 .32 2 55 h it vm . I., : P, x ,F 4 ff-r . r L Q, mag? ' ss ,1 x X rig , A sv, N f 1 x f ax r w 1 1 15 ess Wx My 1 ' 4 .4 RQ" . ,lx I ,G 1 I .Q , ,7 , . , ,ua ',Q..f.,L, 14.1.5141 an ..,,ff.a. ,LI .,,, -.f.--, , . 1 1, 1w,f.f,f ,- .-X 4 - r - 1 . , Q 1 N' 'A-Q' ,K G 'whit ,ag . 1 x X fs 5 I , 4' ,fha 1 1 ' ' 1 5 4 w , It h I ,fha s ,- in 'f3,W,ff. . , x vft, P I .rl X 'rf is ' A 1 1 ,sm + ff , 43 ,J . . fa .. magma 3 -if Gif' Af, , 'ev sr, is fy nav' il e- - - - sg... . - , ' . -an-c v. ,- .. ,211 . 'ZW A ' vfigvcg A V , ' ' 4 " " 'rjff sf .fr -, ' reg,-5 IAA 0 n Courtney 4 . -, ' I 'A' , l Mm, L 1 4 Joan, a senior from Sumrall, whose Iis+ of honors is long and impressive, E E Topped all her previous honors +his year when she was seleded for 'the Hall of Fame. This is Joan's fourth year as a SOUTHERNER beauiy. 175 Gm, Y gym N ,,., V. wit-fm MIAA bixie oluwon Lovely Dixie, a +rue souihern beau+y from Monroe, Louisiana, reigned earlier over 'rhe carnival as Hallowe'en Carnival Queen. I7 "E ivy ' ' HAY. .Q ,, ':2:5Z51:" 4, V , -1251.3 Nia, , " .521 fl f 'I ., MIAA Jackie Mawn Popular and +alen+ecl, +oo, is fhis freshman beauiy from Pensacola, Flori-cla. Pr 'I" II ' ac :ca y everyone knows Jaclue from lhe fad +ha+ she holds +l1e covelecl posifion of FealureHe in 'rhe Dixie Darlings. 177 11 Awlila in :ar 'TW se-A MIAA bor-vtlaq Nm: may A iwice chosen beau+v is Do'r, sophomore from Newfon. She has also added much sparkle fo +he Souihern band for fwo years as a feaiureffe 178 5 's-2' 1 M mm Mm iiief el- 2339 WWW ,MW Junior Ann is ano+her example of Lucedale beauiy. A Lieufenarvr in ihe Dixie Darlings, Ann has been a +op be-au+y for +wo years, and was Sou+hern's Miss Ba+hinq Beau+y of 1954. 9 Q, M i, ff ,. . - ..e:c1,-gy. pg,-.-mi: 4: J X . 1132" N :mm , 1 V. . t , ff! l 3,55 , ,. .. ....4 .nr 4 , , ,f,'6-332.5 A S. l Z Y' 1 '71 4, '4fV'v'!ggX c ' ,1 fu ,. me -we 'I .hgggfim-232isg1f a was ,fi . v- .1 1 X X 'N 2' . N if MIAA Sandra Sutherland sondf s charming gunaaf from c anfon, was chosen io be a fop beauiy for her ihird year. During 'rhe Chrisimas holidays she represen+ed Mississippi in fhe Maid of C + o ion confesf. 'I 80 MIAA Ndair Kata fi Homecoming Queen mr. evrge Herrin Homecoming King 181 W H W tw, ,pm -QQ. --faq - 42 dinni- Mr. and Miss M.S.C. r Wed' Smallwova' and 011.44 joan Cvartneq , E 3 x V 5 'V an f P , 'Q 1 Il 3 1 R 4 9 AX y I ' ,T W an Q Q , N 'ssh' , Q' 'xg X 8 ik Wi 5' W 4 gt 4 J ' Q A. X V. 4+- i A K ' f Y'f'fQ ,gin ,Q . Sb .3 I 0 K ,,,,W rv , ,. ,....,..4..,,, KAY HENRY Junior 'Class CLASS J ERRY CARTER Sophomore Class L , , P n K -lad ' ',.- .' I Cx 'sf 'A E Q JERRY PITTMAN KAY CRENSHAW JWH0' C1055 Sophomore Class FAVORITES PEGGY TAYLOR Freshman Ciass L A i , QMDEX lv I' as an sam 5 183 . Qsf. ,N WAYNE O'SHIELDS Freshman Class 1 ,, 3. ,X gf-4 2- " -Z: if ,, a 1. gy : 5, EE 2-. 1 :2ffQ321v ,?' f 4 " 'ff--Y A fs 1340 . 7 is Q., P'- 4i.f:2Z, : . . ' T' X' V 7 -"' fS'f,4:. 1'1 - :.:-U, 1:13 , zamefavv y w ff. - , 1 1f1.:11:1:zg,'f'f' . - 1 -7:1 S f . , 21255 Q-Wifi' av . '- lf-V1 f-' 2931 S ,--Q., -2:3233 '-"W'?Qvff1'v5:1:p:x51i:14am.v,':g3,45 ,. 1 '- 'kt' 'Q wsziisliir,:Hz-,:e:4:::::-frisfs ,- 31 f ' 1' ' .. 11 Mal, 'fb ' 5' - , f p, --ff:1,.., - , ,, ",i,3:.3 ,Ll Z?2s:gQ.:g,,1Q1age,:f:z:f'-.gm 1 ' Maff- .gvri. ,, 4, J ,- 4 23,43-'Q r iff' . .G f A-0-. ,-.s E- .ff , 1,,,.,.5 4, ,...: ,,,:5,.:M. gow xfffflwf mr My, , ,I . , , X . .f xiS1Z'q 4 ,., I I, .,s. N5 Pb, .,V,.v ., . 1 , ' Q, ,f:'.ff'1,, ,X sa -, ' ' ' .. A, , A Ggfggig-mL.s.f - AM' ff"-f-o,-V R314 :,,,,,f Q iorcnczc lculs ,J Ay Businm 1, Fl-L, ll-ig 4 Jfffllffli BUVPIIU Ai lu have your swf fmdy fr' , I 'uf V r cw- f " f a A" 3 ,I " ff., if W 'Wfff GEORGIA ANNETTE ALLUMS SAM ANZALONE gfudenf pfgnff' feafu,-e edifori ediymial Kappa Sigma lreasurerg Yellowiackefs presidenfg boardg sfudenl senale. Wi' T' ' A4. A il f 4 if ADAIR BATES Alpha Lambdag I'-755 Homecomlnq Queeng Alpha Sigma Alpha treas- urerg Kappa Mu Epsilon vice-presi- denlg SOUTHERNER beaulyg Phi Kappa Tau Sweefhearlg SGA secre- laryg ROTC drill loam sponsor, 331. if .WYf...f X i lh X I v A BILLYE BOB CURRIE Alpha Lambda presidenfg iunior class vice-president sludenf courlg oulsfanding scholaslic freshman woman: golf and lennis inlramural winner. CHARLES HAMPTON COOK l'?55 Mr. MSCg Homecoming kinqg Lilfle All-Americang M Club vice- nrosirlanf- fhhfbbli cnbfaih. 1 Dalia Sigma Pig Markeling Club Chairmang orien- 'lation oommillee. H' H0 as-5 'Q' MARY RUTH CLAYTON Pi Tau Chi hisloriang Pi Kappa Pi vice- presidenl Phi Della Rho vic r l I e-p esidenlg Weslmlnsfer. Fellowship secrelary: Sfu- denl Chrisflan Federalion secrelaryg Della Della Della lreasurer. MARILYN COPELAND Alpha Lambdag Phi Della Rhog Pi Kappa Pig Psychology club secrelaryg Sigma Sigma Sigma keeper of qredex. '3' I' Q Xxx AQ' , 184 HOWARD KUNZMANN Student council: Veteran's Club Commander: Rho Tau Sigma presi- dent' Phi Eta Sigma historian: wmsu program director: Pi Gamma Mu: Omicron Delta Kappa. KENNETH McCARTY "Student Printz" advertising man- ager: SOUTHERNER business staff: Student senate: Omicron Delta Kap- pa: Pi Kappa Alpha vice-president: Pro-law Club. JOHN STEWART DREVER Student council: SGA treasurer: Vasa League: Omicron Delta Kappa: track KAY FREEMAN Kappa Pi secretary: student councilg "Student Printz" society editor, news varsity. editorg Hattiesburg hall house chair- man: Alpha Sigma Alpha editor: Christian Federation executive council: Southern Players: Sigma Phi Epsilon sweetheart. We 'A' , ,A "' sikgsfsziggf- 7:5 ,- . -U 8 K ,ef a N I -a sg SGA second vice-president: iunior GEORGE MAGOLA Newman Club vice-president: Delta Sigma Pi vice-president: Phi Kappa Tau president: lnterfraternity Coun- cil: ROTC Distinguished Military Student. senator: Chi Omega vice-president: Hickman hall chairman: co-editor "Southern Drawl": Choral Union: Pi Tau Chi: Student body Home- coming maid: iunior maid. JUDY HAYNIE Phi Della Rho: orientation commit- tee: Pi Gamma Mug SOUTHERNE associate editor: Phi Mu pledg director: Southern Players, UNIVERSITIES wr' M'3'fi"-,' 'fl , gf. , I, , ,, , , ,ey J gpg., ,Q f V - 70. , . Q . thy, , -fer' f ff-f.f'1f'.'r ,, ...., 1, Q., 3 .. . f is? V 1 'fit My - .57 sl ,--, , 1. D , ' . ' ,A 2gf,.,3511, MARY LYNN JOHNSON Outstanding Freshman Woman: Southern Players: Alpha Psi Omega: SOI-Ithern Speech Association: "Slu. dent Print1" reporter: Delta Delta Delta secretary, chaplain: Pi Kappa PI Seflfefdry' Alpha Lambda: Wes- ley Foundation: Phi Dena Rho, R e gr ..,, .W Y 'i .sf , amz it J: , I. fb'- ,Y ,if A f MARVIN MOODY Circle K C'ub presidenvg Sludenl sen- afeg Mississippi 4-H All-Slars resi- D dent, orienlafion committee 1 wx dis 'HQ eve'-'jg FRED SMALLWOOD Freshman levorife- M Club vice- presidenlg senior counselor- fool- ball HOWARD STROUD Disfinquished Mililary Sfudenlg Omicron Della Kappag SGA presi- denlg Kappa Alpha vice-presidenlg iunior senalorg "Soulhern Drawl" asxocialo edilorg Alpha Epsilon Alpha EVELYN SMALLING VeSDPf Choirg Soulhern Singers: Phi Mu vice-presiclenlg Sigma Alpha Elo fGD0rfer7 orienlafion commit- leeg Canlerbuvy Clubg Fulura Teachers ol America MARY BROWN NOWELL Dixie Darling, Delia Della Della presi- lenfg senior Homecoming maidg Home Economics Club GLENN SWETMAN Sigma Phi Epsilon presidenlg sludenl courlg sluden? senaleg "Sfuden1 Prinf1" aszociale editor, execulive edilor lsummerlg "Southern Orawl" seclion edilor- Soufhern Playersg lnlerlraler- nily Council 1, ai l x ff X l I ii J ,J-" T86 Q STEVEN E. MOORE, JR. Kappa Pi presidenvg Pi Tau Chig Phi Kappa Tau vice-president BSU vice- presidenfj Christian Federafion Coun- CFI? lnlerlrafernlly Council secrelaryg Beauty Ball chairman: Homecoming chairmen. WHU "f'-'if' I "U 1 I tu... ff .4' Mr . 1 s. v. i , Y' lx ...sv 4-, " MARY RUTH TAYLOR Pi Tau Chig Wesley Foundation secre- laryg Wesley Foundalion president: Slale Melhodisl Sfudenf Movement secrelaryi Chrisfian Federation vico- prasidonl ii. .fllll NOT PICTURED FRANK WALTON HAINING Phi Eta Siqmag American Chemical So- ciety president, LILA ANNE MOSES Pi Tau Chig Phi Delta Rhog Student Christian Federationg Newman Club ' president , . 51, ,iff ig- . , gf. .V,A 5 I Mwwmulmia "M ra- , "Tiff ANITA JEAN STRATTON Alpha Lambda hisloriang Phi Delta Rho treasurer: Pi Kappa Pig Women's Affairs Board- American Chemical Society. NANCY WAGNER Pi Tau Chig iunior counselorg Chi Omega secretaryg Westminster Fellow- ship vice-president: orientation com- mittee JACK WELDY Outstanding ROTC cadet ROTC Bat talron commander student senate Kap pa Alpha Number Seven Outstanding Freshman French award All Intramural Football JERRY ODOM CRAFT Alpha Tau Omega secretary, vice- presidentg Omicron Delta Kappa vice-presidentg iunior class vice- presidentg SOUTHERNER fraternity editorg Southern Playersg Student Councilg Vesper Choiry Choral Union- Circlo K Club. ff MOLLY JANE WELBORN Pi Omeqa Pi president: Kappa Delta Pi vice-presidentg student councilg Outstanding Business Edue cation maior. CHARLES DEVAN YOUNG Kappa Mu Epsilon president Dis- tinguished Military Student: ROTC cadet captain IN AMERICAN BULLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES I87 Q! X, 4 '25-', 5 1,4 , X fl. 1 5 wi-as 1 uk,- N4 ' -G' fm.. sr., 'W HOWARD STROUD HATTIESBURG Sludenl Governmenl Associalion president Oul- slanding Mililary Sludenlg Kappa Alpha vice- presidenlp "Who's Who Among Sludenls in Amer- ican Universilies and Colleges"1 Omicron Della Kappa: Alpha Epsilon AlphagJunior Class Senalorp SOUTHERN DRAWL associale edilor. JOAN COURTNEY SUMRALL Homecoming ueen l954 Sigma Sigma Sigma presidenl SOUTHERNER beauly sophomore denls in American Universilies and Colleges Sludenl Prinlz reporfer columnisl lealure edu lor Oulslancling l-lome Economics Sludenl iunior, sehior years: "Who's Who' Among Slui l88 MARY LYNN JOHNSON HATTIESBURG Oufsfanding Freshman Woman, l954g Soulhern Players, Alpha Psi Omega, Soufhern Speech As- bocialioni "S'ruden+ Prin+z" reporferp Della Della le-ff-"" g Della secrelary and chaplain: Pi Kappa Pi secre- MA W J ' laryg Alpha Lambda: Wesley Foundaliong Phi 434, p:5,,lgm,, if. -aff, . 'e,k,' Della Rho. Q Y A , ,.,,, . y . ' B: ,- . l , M i,4V,: t' A ' 14" Af" 7. X-A .,,, .,,. , 'X JACK WELDY n-mmesauke Oufsfanding ROTC cadelg ROTC Balfalion com- mander, Sludenl Senaleg Oufsfanding French Award, I9537 Kappa Alpha, All-lnframural fool- ball leam. . f""' xy r if X I iii AE .fs-X fin: I P 'M' ' v4'::pZZe3rvaM-.LL:7- ,.g-bmw" 4' its - , "'- A N"-'-. A ,,--...' "s..,,mnw .,,, as 5 I s' xl ' 'V 4 Q .A , is X V ' if A '-J 4 ,. 'X lv 1 GREEKS 191 I 2 PAN Y gg" N f C-J Z H 1 K - I fr " A '.Z .. .i 1' Al., , nh. AQ P' "',a':f,' "?m'. 4 Q' . 'q . .z-L ' ' N L' s J' 'lf - -' A V ,Yr X FRONT: Rose Aplin, Rhoda Hord, Beffe Brough. BACK: Ellen Toler, Sue Minion, Tommie Jean Dickson, Judith Forfner, Joan Courtney, Frances Breeland, Barbara Foreman. -HELLENIC CUUNCIL The Pan-Hellenic Council, represenling each sororily on lhe campus, slrives lo benelii' ihe campus and all women slu- denls. The purpose of rhe council is lo regulaie rush, pro- moie higher scholarship among 'rhe women sluclenls, ancl co-ordinare lhe seven organizalions info an efficient work- ing group. JUDITH FORTNER JEANEL HEWES ELLEN TOLER , JOAN COURTNEY BARBARA FOREMAN SARA PRATT , SUE MINTON A Co A , President Vice-President . . . Secreiary , . Treasurer , . , Reporler House Chairman urlesy Chairman 192 BARBARA FOREMAN SUE MINTON . BETTE BROUGH JUDITH FORTNER ELLEN TOLER . TOMMIE JEAN DICKSON T FRAN FREELAND JEANEL HEWES A SARA PRATT . RHODA HORD . JOAN COURTNEY Alpha sigma Alpha Della Sigma Epsilon Della Sigma Epsilon . Della Delia Della . . . Kappa Delfa . . Kappa Delia . . Chi Omega , . Chi Omega .' . Phi Mu . Phi Mu Sigma Sigma Sigma f .L fm MEMBERS Firsl Row: Anila Allen, Jimmie Arcl, Beverly Balcer, Ann Bond, Nancy Brehm, Scollie Cooner. Second Row: Palsy Colfer, Mary Elizabelh Coleman, Marilyn Copeland, Joan Courlney, Marlha Courlney, Slella Courlney. Third Row: Kay Crenshaw, Janel Curry, Sandra DeSilvia, Slella Parish, Carol Lynn Fulmer, Sheila Giesler. Fourlh Row: Geraldine Goss, Mary Alice l-larrison, Kay l-lenry, Sarah l-lorne, Annie Jo Jones, Reba Failh Jones. Fillh Row: Billy Jean King, Joy Ladner, Carolyn Lighlsey, Mary Lee Lipscomb, Dorolyn Mallhews, Marinel lvlcCarly. Sixlh Row: Sylvia Powell, Barbara Puclcell, Nancy Rernlry, Ann Marie Sassone, Lou Ann Smilh, Rela Fay Smilh. Sevenlh Row: Belly Slay, Joylene loler, Belly Tucker, Peggy Wells, Pansy Wilkerson. -1 'tax ,,,, :ttf , lil, K 5 C, B.. A , C , 2' Aw 4 'T P 32- is ' 'll B55 x 'W " l C s L if K 5 C S , ' l is N25 1 ' --15 Q A-P gal' .SQ rat, 1 - " '7 -4 -I - TC M S 2 rx, ,g Q .9 TS -Q '2 L 1 'S i 1 --'av 4' 4' wwf' "B mf V' ' i 473 sir. -- 1 SWQ 42 - Ll' is-:jr M: 'T L' ' + orriceizs n u is " 7 i I T 31- 2 .Q N -2' 3' 6 6. P val, , -.f ,. ' ' 3 5 A 5. ,3 1 2 5 75 " -, f rin., Q tif., it hi- :Q X .,,X A, 4-7 .Q.y n?'." 57- K ' NX ' l n H 'i"", K lf A I i , . I 40 4 Q sr , 'S ,, 0 1' or .11 . za ' 6' ' T ey' ' Y 2 - "' NJ I N-s. 194 New Tri Sigs look over The pasT 4'-his lm This year aT SouThern has proved To be a very enjoyable one Tor The members oT The Sigma Sigma Sigma sororiTy. lmporTanT evenTs included The spring Tormal, Founders Day. summer week-end parTy, and The regional meeT. We poinT wiTh pride To our members who were in such honorary organ- izaTions and clubs as FuTure Teachers of America, Home Eco- nomics Club, Pi Omega Pi, Women's Physical EducaTion Club, and BeTa BeTa BeTa. Tri Sigma was also represenTed f in The Vesper Choir, The Mississippi SouThern Band, and The 5 f Dixie Darlings. ,ff Individual honors were Taken by Marilyn Copeland in lf' ff "Who's Who," BeTTy Tucker as associaTe ediTor oT The "STu- 1, ,J1 denT PrinTz," Joan CourTney as news ediTor oT The "STudenT PrinTz," Ann Bond and Kay Crenshaw as lieuTenanTs of Dixie Darlings, and Joan CourTney as winner oT The home eco- nomics award. Tri Sigma is now looking Torward To The naTional conven- Tion This June. M V3 A 4 , Colors: Purple and wl1iTe Flower: VioleT Founded: April 20, I898, Farmville, Virginia Alpha Sigma ChapTer insTalled May I4, I937 Tri Sigs-To-be wmv 'N ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA :Kg e' . f I T fi' 'AK A - . -4.1 A Colors: Pearl WhiTe and Crimson - Flowers: AsTer and narcissus Founded: Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, November l5, l9Ol BeTa DelTa ChapTer insTalled May, I938 ,Y A T' . All Smiles 4- Q.. OFFICERS Mariorie DuKaTe, membership director, Carolyn Mixon, Treasurer, PaT.CuIp pp presidenfg Cafhryn Ann Bianca, secrefaryg Jeannine Canaan, chaplain, B b Foreman, vice-president To begin The acTiviTies OT The I955-56 school year, Alpha Sigma Alpha enTerTained Dr. and Mrs. McCain wiTh a TaculTy Tea. OTher acTiviTies OT The year included a BirThday ParTy On FOunder'sDay, our TradiTiOnal ChrisTmas parTy, Our spring Tormal, and Our lv1OTher-DaughTer banqueT. Our girls are in Alpha Lambda, Pi Kappa Pi, Phi DelTa Rho, Pi Tau Chi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda loTa Tau, Kappa Pi, Alpha Psi Omega, Kappa DelTa Pi, FuTure Teachers OT America, Kappa Omicron Phi, The STudenT SenaTe, The WOman's RecreaTiOnal AssOciaTiOn, The "STudenT PrinTz" sTaTT, and The Dixie Darlings. Adair BaTes reigned as The I955 Homecoming Queen, and she is one OT The Top Ten beauTies, secreTary OT STudenT Gov- ernmenT, a member OT "WhO's Who," and presidenT OT Kappa Mu E silon. PaT Culpepper is also lisTed in "WhO's Who," presicT?anT OT Pi Kappa Pi, secreTary OT Lambda IOTa Tau, Treasurer OT Kappa DelTa Pi, and Senior Class vice- presidenT. Marjorie DuKaTe is presidenT OT Newman Club and vice-presidenT OT Alpha Psi Omega while Barbara Foreman is Pi Kappa Alpha "Dream Girl." Kay Freeman, also in "VVhO's Who," serves as SweeThearT OT Sigma Phi Epsilon. Joan lvlobley Shamburger is vice-presidenT OT Lambda lOTa Tau. Colne-Time 196 MEMBERS Firsf Row: Becky Albrillon, Jimmie Nell Ainsworllw, Rose Aplin, Adair Bales, Kallwerine Bianca. Second Row: Judy Bowling, Jo Margarel Boyd, Carolyn Buller, Jeannine Canaan, Callierine Caves. Third Row: Theresa Clegg, Parricia Culpepper, Mariorie Dulcale, Allene Eaves, Janice Eaves. Fourfh Row: Barbara Foreman, Kay Freeman, Mary Karlierine Genlry, Jimmie Nell Holder, Beverly Jones, Thelma King. Fif+h Row: Dorollwy Larroux, Rulli Maudin, Carolyn Mixon. Anna Moore, Jeannie Mcfklpin, Mary Janice McCar+l1y. Six+h Row: Shirley McSwain, Susan Newlon, Sue Presley, Judy Richards, Nila Saelre, Jeanne Slwamburger. Seven'l'l1 Row: Joan Mobley Sliamburger, Evelyn Shoemaker, Sue Spencer, Annelre Tisdale, Mary Olis Waiiles, Peggie Wliilelwead. 5 5 fl Q . .. ,.., 1 I ,. V I A mag :- " X - "5i:Z??a 5 ff'- 'Uv .s..,2' it my Z VN Q ,961 K' E 'W' -7 ' eff' f. -.1 -as-ff ' Q, r If ND' , .' Q, X 4:4 18,1 , R W,.- ' -:' f 'W f N yy, , .49 ,-ef --, i v '27 ' . ,,,. , . .. , . 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X 7 V OFFICERS D ns S15-wurfx e-presudenf, Sarah S1 I p d 1 h rley Anderson, fefary SECOND ROW 1 Asuver Sue Min? n Pan-Hellenic p ff M y A C f p d 'f J F d n Carer, corr In secre Q Y cfaplam Su ll!!! 1 T N Sgt y Cu '44 r SQ X :ox 9 QA :QQ lvun BELT Memories l i ly 4,. li my , 9 iii S l G lll ll ty 0-4 ' E fl ,i i -"Q This year, I955-56, marlcs lhe close ol lillen years ol memf cries lor lhe members of lhe Della Sigma Epsilon on lhis Cam- pus. lmporlanl evenls which have made lhis year so mem- orable were lhe Pounderis Day Celebralion, The Chapler Birlhday, 'rhe Memorial Hour, lhe Molheris Day Celebralion, P KM The Chrislmaf Parly lor lhe underprivileged, lhe house parly, ik ' J' lhe Spring Formal, and lhe Cohfee Hour. Oulslanding Della Sigs on Soulhernls campus This year by ,ff were Sarah Sleelman, vice-presidenl ol lhe l-leallh, Physical if Educalion, and Recrealion Club and presidenl ol lhe Slu- denl Seclion ol lhe Mississippi Associalion l-leallh, PE., and Recrealion Club: Sue Minlon, presidenl ol The Pulure leach- Colors, Olive Green and Cream ers ol America, vice-presidenl ol rhe B.S.U., vice-presidenl Flcgwers. Cream me rose ol lhe Pi Tau Chi, and secrelary-lreasurer ol lhe Senior Class: Founded, Miagnfuniversn Oxford Ohio Moe Milchell, vicesprgsidenl ol lhe Dolphin Club and sec' ' Semember 23 yl'9l4 ' ' relary ol lhe lnlramuras Board. - ' We were also pailicipanls in lhe Pi Omega Pi, The l"lal- Alpha Kappa Chaple' Indalled May Io' I940 liesburg Choral Union, and we served as courlesy chairman ol lhe Panhellenic Council. Oh. ,his is 8 hard one ,,.,,.....-wi' Nw xx f I 'WM C.. V bfs XO 'i ii 'if' lil, ,, S. lr is l yr, 3 fl 'e x gn X H. CHI OMEGA Colors: Cardinal and slraw Flower: While Carnalion Founded: Universily ol Arkansas, April 5, l895 Epsilon Della Chapler inslalled April 23, I949 I ' 1 1 ll iv.-Q 'i il 'E' Chi Omega Culies Si 3. - I? i r afg W :A-,fivi OFFICERS Billy Bob McCarver, presidenlg Ann Malllnson, pledge rnislressg Fran Bre la vice-presidenlg Connie Burch, corresponding secrelaryg Sue Campbell, l a urerg Mariorie Price, secrelary. As Chi Omegals sevenlh year on lhe campus comes lo an end, we are proud lo have made our marlc in scholarship, serv- ice, and social lunclions. Our girls are members ol lhe Sludenl Senale, Women's Allairs Board, SOUTHERNER slall, llSlu- denl Prinlz" slall, Soulhern Players, Sludenl Courl, Sludenl Governmenl, Alpha Lambda, Kappa Della Pi, Bela Bela Behla, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Della, and Pi Tau L l. Our aclivilies lhis year included lhe annual Chrislmas Song Feslival, a parly lor underprivileged children, our Molher-Daughler banquel, a Spring Formal, a Dinner Dance, and Bi-annual Eleusinian banquels. ln addilion lo our giving an award lo lhe oulslanding sludenl in Social Sludies, we cli- maxed our enlire program wilh our annual week-end house parly. The mosl oulslanding Chi O's lhis year were Fran Bree- land, vice-presidenl ol lhe Sludenl Bod , "Who's Who," sludenl body maid al l-lomecoming, and' co-edilor ol lhe "Soulhern Drawlg" Billye Bob lvicCarver, "Who's Who" Slu- denl Courl, and Junior Class vice-presidenl: Nancy Wagner, "Who's Who:" Belly Ann Jones, cheerleader: Mary Nell Slolces, l-lomecoming maidg Dixie Johnson, Carnival Queen. W7 2?Q99l32 l QYZAQQ 23 RQQQQQ 9492922 I MEMBERS Firsf Row:,Nelda Anderson, Peggy Anderson, Barbara Bachelor, Frances Bree- land, Conslance Burch. Second Row: Sue Campbell, Janis Clarke, Lily Cox, Kay Craflon, Emily Day. Third Row: Linda Franklin, Anne Gillespie, Jean Givan, Dorollny l-lassell, Jeanel l-lewes. Fourlh Row: l-lelen l-lowell, Dixie Johnson, Belly Ann Jones, Carolyn Lenders, Pal Lewis, Ann Mallinson. Fiffh Row: Eyelyn Mal- linson, Nancy Meclclin, Palricia Myers, Mary McCaa, Billye Bob lvlcCarver, Vir- ginia Powell. Sixlh Row: Marjorie Price, Jane Pylanl, Carolyn Ann Runyan, Char- lene Scovill, Angela Srevens, Janice Slock Slill. Sevenfh Row: Lynerle Slolces, Mary Nell Srolces, Jeffie Slrearer, Sondra Sullnerland, Marlha Turner, Nancy Wagner. "I ' 'Q -. --A Y, fr, S V., I, F 61: , if , gag' I Y get .., V . fr v,,,3,,, 'Ex lm ' l , .... ' 1? W ' , V 5 h V , N ..,, gf . 1 NM W .,.,.., . S , ,gay , 1 N, ,W , :xr P 78 zz: V H A I ., ...,, , g 3, r , ' I' N- ' .fag P , P W K i -M ,je ' -v-'rf -fl-f P L -.1 S I A ..: ff i Y 5 A . -. 'Qi ' . ' ' Z- J 1: N ,,,,-, . . -me fx , V - ' " ' ' sf W ' " MI? -0 -, f - f 'l'5'as. r'-A - -f"'. ' '7 'V' 'Q ' W, A ,. 'f", I. ' Q i - rare as ,,, 5:25, E, -' rw- he Q g t 'Nl '55fffi:1i:f:',":g,.1f'' g it ' r- . " ' 1, ' 31555 3 ig: 1 i .fa QQ? "' at " "F 25-T5 Q My ffiil . bilsba' 3 in f 1 Q N P N P Ai .Exim w.. w . Ns' 14, . ,, 5 2"',,z'-an we .lrl J B N B J, f -." 15, ,"f, . " l , iii' f - , , Q. , , Y... x , N N ,,fcz-as 25 ,3 1 N gut fur, 1 H ww' , ,, ,QQ 45' X 3' aww-71:7 f ww V -Ev, 'ai ' ", 1 --- . 24" , X I .vfr f gg ,,,,,. 3, M, wr' I M ' 2 ' - 'I 14 -fi- 4 3 ,.,,r va., , Li l 5. N : , ,l , ,, ,rr , A , - ' ' av i wg , zoi l r .ss ,J MEMBERS Firsl Row: Alice Aillnen, Lucille Anderson, Mary Angel, Marlha Bahn, Joan Beebe, Lorella Belhs. Second Row: Belly Bond, Barbara Ann Brown, Jeanne Brown, Emily Bush, Nancy Claylon, Mary Crumbly. Third Row: Kay Cunning- ham, Judy Davis, Tommie Jean Dixon, Geraldine Dunn, Jean Freeman, Gerry Gibson. Fourlh Row: Lidell l-lay. Palsy l-lorlman, Jean Inglis, Jean Claire Jones, Joyce Lewis, Jackie Macon. Fillh Row: Chris Marrioll, Sue McDavid, Marlha Pecoul, Gay Peppard, Nell Pruell, Peggy Roberls. Sixlh Row: Jerry Schoenich, Carol Schuppan, Frances Seay, Donnie Seuzeneau, Sue Simmons, Margarel Smilh. Sevenlh Row: Marlha Slephens. Alice Summers, Audrey Tobias, Ellen Toler, Carolyn Vaughn, Avis Vignes. Eighlh Row: Joy Lee Whillinglon, Kay Williamson. A gr, .QC if Q4 X ' 7 , 3 ' f-. 4, Ms A ,L 4 .- M A is N , , 3 wr 'B 'N K nr . -., A 5 . V -4 N, fs 'X f' V , ' S 4-fr 4:47 - ,, "Z Y' Sr fs W I T' - A A A . 2. - 01' :' SAB T, A: 7'Tl Q., ss: , in ea -Q If V, ., M v, - -. in J'.".'x ' N g Q' X , 2 Q :E .F 6 4 .sw F: an NA w ' Tj . B .ll A Ze V 5 .1 ssl' , f OFFICERS ' H 4+ Jean Brown, presidenlg Marlha Bahn, assisfanl Treasure, fl Judy Davis, rush chairmang Mary Angell, secrelaryg Tommy Jean Dixon, vice-presidenlg Jean Claire Jones, lreasurer. M N IL- ,. Q as II' -nw "wg " ,Q s om, -- Q9, 5? f sr my A A Q' A , -F! if . Q I : I 'uf S s 1 5 p - Q :LA -2 g 2 fi' N? fa 3 49 1' 4:2 Q .Li . ea 3, E, A will N N ' ' .. iq- I I . N , - ' 91-5' Q f ir A , A Q 4 4' -SC 1: 44 'x ,S in i 4 .ef .14 ss . 4 L, 1 elf M -ff A- Q f ,,.' 1' .71 fi, v I N ,- L M r f Q X 1 J 'K 3 ,,, f 'W I h 7 li ue 'TT T 1' 7 T Tj l ,, , w f- . 1 4 Q llolo Cllw M "' J gf- - ,-1 -.g 202 de 3 A l , 5 l 1: 0 S ' ,- .1 -1 S Befa Sigma Such aclivilies as The Founders Day Banquel, The Dinner Dance, Jrhe Spring Formal, The Chrislmas parry for under- privileged children, The Spring l-louse Parry, and 'rhe Chap- rer Birihday parly have made This year, i955-56, memora- ble for us, The Kappa Dellas. Our membership in Alpha Lambda, Phi Della Rho, Kappa Della Pi, Pi Kappa Pi, Pi Omega Pi, "Who's Who," Sludenl' Governmeni Court Debale Team, iFu+ure Teachers of Amer- ica, Dixie Darlings, and various religious organizalions proves Thar we are inlreresfed in bolh scholarship and service. Kappa Dellas who have macle names for Themselves This year are 'rhe beauliesz Jaclcie Macon, Joyce Lewis, Barbara Brown, Joan Berry, and Tommie Jean Dixon. Olher oulslancl- ing K. Dfs are Joan Berry, Phi Kappa Tau Sweelhearlg Ann Briggs, Alpha Tau Omega Sweelhearlg Nell Pruelrlr, Freshman Cheerleader, Jaclcie Macon, Fealurelleq Donnie Suezano, Freshman Class vice-presicleni. KAPPA DELTA I :VW - 1 .liz s-I gk-A 2 . ,K . 5 2 :ova are Colors: Pearl whife and olive green Flower: Whi're rose Founded: Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, Ociober 23, I897 Bela Sigma insfalled May I4, I949 All of these are K D's? fe-,, fs' ss., il 'gi'-3, H .sv Rx PHI Ml! q i :- gr ' J. H -3- Agp' ' 4? s KT lf,..,,r1,-f 2 , ..i,q,.,. - Colors: Rose and while Flower: Enchanlress Carnalion Founded: Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, March 4, l852 Alpha Omicron Chapler inslalled March 25, l950 Such lo-o-vely gurls! bfi ,x g Sire . , H , g , I l 1 J ,, 4 ' 1 ,.. v OFFICERS Joan Smith, president, Carleen Durham, freasurerg Lynn Smalling, vice-pres denl' Eloise Parenl, secrefaryg Marlha Allred, membership direcforg Judy H nie pledge mistress. This year marked anolher slepping slone in Phi lvlu's growrh here al Soulhern which began in l95O. Helping us To pul down anolher slone lo cross were lhe morher-daughler bhanquel, Pounder's Day banquel, spring formal, and our sryle s ow. Many ol our girls helped us 'ro make our mark by raking parr in Vesper Choir, Soulhern Players, Alpha Psi Omega, Psi Gamma Nu, Pi Tau Chi, Phi Della Rho, Swimming Club, "Sluden'l Prinlz," SOUTHERNER Slari, Srudenl Senale, Rho Tau Sigma, lhe religious organizalions, Pulure Teachers of America, and Women's Physical Educalion Club. Two oulslanding Phi lvlu's were Judy l'laynie and Lyn Smalling, who were elecled lo "Who's Who." Chosen by Sigma Phi Epsilon Tralernily lo be lilrle sisiers were June Greer and Donna Falke. Sara Jane Ford was elecled secre- lary ol lhe Junior Class. Our year will be climaxed when we serve as hoslesses lo our nalional convenrion This summer. 3 - T 1 1 1 J is si" W 4" ' T' v.. MEMBERS Firsl Row: Marlha Allred, Sara Grace Barrow, Sylvia Bradley, Carol Brauner, Quellyn Campbell, Carolyn Jo Clark. Second Row: Kalhleen Coverl, l-lonorine Damborino, Carleen Durham, Donna Mae Fallce, Roma Rea Fleming, Pal Flynn. Third Row: Sara Jane Ford, June Greer, Barbara l-lalol, Pal l-larris, Judy l-lay- nie, Rhoda Horde. Fourlh Row: Glendon Johnson, Pallie Kees, Kinla Kergosien, Mary Lou Key, Mae Love, Rosemar Massey. Fillh Row: Belly Mallox, Joan lvloody,rJonie Newlon, Ella O'Ferralll Suzanne Overslreel, Eloise Parenl. Sixlh Row: Gail Parham, Ann Parrish, Sara Prall, Barbara Rhodes, Royce Rodgers, Pal Rollinson. Sevenlh Row: Belly Salisbury, Evelyn Smalling, Joan Smilh, De- lores Thomas, Nancy Wallcer. Yew' Come! , hi i,f is 4'ilf . 'Q Qs, ,V 2 .,'.1i- Aww new ebqesr , 1 , fa ,.,. W-of N f fifeh Y 5 ' ff? sl, r" -- , .rlr ' fa, A- . , wsglillzf 'lik ' ,,. . ,V ., ,. . . ff? , if x jg.: , Q9 ,Y ,aj , i B Akai il? " ' ,, 'F'-M a. ., r , l ' ' , J-A . , - 5 3 ' ,-. ,-N. 4 Y :ws ,. YV . W , Mm, M s in B, f' Q 1 'B' ' fix ,is x 3 .lf-+ WR ' if Q iv ...' WN E - S 3, S , U .,.. .,.,. 42 PQ V, I 23, In st. Z .,,V.. QVAV 1 .I Qigx l :A : iv Siu: ,sf we ,V V 79 'W ls? fm. i.'. , if if 74 CVT? . .W1' 1-f . slr' .J sr .h V R ' 'W ' 'if , 'TE' 9 zli, Z 5. i ' ' V. 5 , A Q , if r ,,,'f elle. free s r1', A , A fl ik - ,,- - , - Q - , A -:,- 3 , 'Lf W-- -wa Q---yr' mf ,,.r Q4-f W M W. aku E N5 it --.-, qi I ':" S A f elk 1 -3- -555 7 "" W 'Wi ' ' ,,, J ' 7- :ra . r -1a 1 iv: H H f M,+ ,f ,.,, ,, , 2 , ,,,. I ,,, 5 C o Q - if if if .. V S li fi? ii. Q Q 1 I , ,,,, Q' A ,V . ',-: -'1,: -Z ivlitl '-A Z J- Q, -TL. . ' - " ,. V Q- :Ti V ' . , Q, Q I "' V ' , L 1 -iff '- - , ,,., ,,-1' - , of iss- , J- 205 -I O la Darlings 206 2 3 1 1 MEMBERS Firsr Row: Terry Allen, Ann Alivarfh, Cherie Brown, Carolyn Cochran, Mary Rulh Clayron, Claudelle Combs. Second Row: Geraldine Dale, Mariorie Daugh- erly, Carolyn Dearman, Ann Dunn, Barbara Easom, Robin Esarey. Third Row: Mary Delane Flelcher, Jane Forlner, Judilh Forlner, Barbara Franklin, Marlha ' Ford, Carol Geslford. Fourlh Row: Susan l-lagerman, Joan l-lardlla, Carol l-lolf, J Peggy l-lughes, Mary Lynn Johnson, Ann Kenr. Fiflh Row: Dorolhy Ann May, , lris Michael, Miriam Middlelon, Ann Miller, Julie McCall, Peggy Mclieilhen. Sixlh Row: Beverly McKenzie, Anila Neely, Margarer Neely, Mary Brown Nowell, Nancy Powell, Jackie Rainer. Sevenlh Row: Grace Schrnidl, Pal Speck, C Mildred Slewarl, Sara Bess Slewarl, Peggy Taylor, Gayle Tiplon. Eighfh Row: Elwyn Ward, Palsy Wells, Peggy Wolfe. 1 v 731: ,-53 5... - 5 R ,, ' F7 F1 Bu 0 ,a x , S, ' A I- rw The ,.. fo- 4' f "' U fx " 4- .sw i A. . we Y , - . , -' - ' ' , L4 .5 re' -f 4' a l , P V . 1 sr " N " Y . V z , , A Q 1 T '3 . 1 . Tl ? y 5 H 1, W ,i g tb. A If ar 4: W mg, 5 '53 i 3 Qs I ' fy ,SI - . ' 1 , . , fl, ' f ,. - V5 ji .JM ' , i 'v' i ' I V i 'l " i A ' T , Q V q '5' 1 ' c M .- f-Q ' 'T vu ri is W , .ic ,,,, -e. C Q tg- ' RQ, ..- ? qv I c K 1 i M Q ,F G ff A tl, A 31 xg 5, gl.. K. 'Lf' 1-B, I I-?x 1 l -- -3 -' -5 . 1 K r -x,N 64 'Q :"l :P Q. x TT- n - C fr, - ,. 4 .. 5- 1 i -. 3 'D wavy ! T' 'P' vi v 4 ."Q 'DJ' 1: -" 257 s,,,f'l .44 f- -r .fn :A L, ' T - ., ,AN , . - rl A X t T7 OFFICERS Palsy Wells, corresponding secrelaryg Mary Brown Newell, presidenlg Jackie Rainer, recording secrelarg Jane Forlner, vice-presidenlg Mary Rulh Cla lon l Y Y lreasurerg Ann Kenf, social chairman: Judy Forlner, rush chairman. ln addilion lo being an enioyable year, l955-56 has also been a year ol progress lor lhe members ol Della Della Della. Our mosl imporlanl social lunclions, which proved very suc- cesslul, were lhe Founders Day Banquel, lhe Pine Parly, lhe lnslallalion Banquel, lhe Spring Formal, Della Week, and lhe Pansy Brealclasl. Our inleresls also lie in lhe lields ol scholarship and serv- ice. Many Tri Dells proved lheir worlh by lheir induclion inlo Alpha Lambda, Phi Della Rho, Kappa Omicron Phi, Kappa Della Pi, Kappa Pi, and Pi Kap-pa Pi. Aclivilies claiming lhe lime ol our girls were lhe Annual Slall, lhe Dixie Darlings, lhe l-lome Economics Club, and lhe various religious organi- zalions. Tri Dells receiving special honors lhis year were Carolyn Cochran, Miss Mississippi, presidenl ol Alpha Lambda, .Miss M.S.C. Balhing Beauly, and D. D. Caplaing Mary Brown Nowell, Mary Lynn Johnson, and Mary Rulh Claylon in 'Who's Who:" Carolyn Cochran, Dol May, and Ann Miller as lop beaulies: Mary Brown Nowell, Ann Miller, and Bev- erly McKenzie as l-lomecoming Maids: Dol May and Beverly McKenzie as Fealurelles. DELTA DELTA DELTA 1 I 0. LKVI1 563 Colors: Silver, Gold and Blue Flower: Pansy Founded Boslon Universily, I888 Phi Epsilon Chapler inslalled May, I95l Song Trophy Winners 7"W"""" B' ""'?1? 5 v My as .Q fn-f '44 FRONT: George Magola, S. E. Moore, Bobby Griffin, Mr. Raymond Clegg, Harper Davis, Harold' Needham. Back. Bob Nelson, Gilson Vasconcelos, Gordon C. Fountain, David Miller, Mike Sikes, Ray McCraine, Ronnie Mlillef, Sam Anzalone. .i. INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL RAY McCRAINE , , MIKE SIKES , HARPER DAVIS HAROLD NEEDI-IAM RONNIE WILLET , SAM ANZALONE The lnlerfralernily Council is Ihe governing body of Ihe six social fralernilies on Ihe campus. The council is governed by a Ihree-man slaiez The presicleni, Ihe secrelary, and Ihe Ireasurer. The membership is composed of Iwo members of each fralernily on Ihe campus. The maior iunclion of The Council is io eslablish rules for rush and Io oversee rush week. REPRESENTATIVES - . .AIpiwTauOmeQa eEoReE MAeoLA . s. E. MOORE L eos NELSON . DAVE MILLER . , , eoreoorsi FOUNTAIN GILSON VASCONCELOS , . Alpha Tau Omega . . Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha . , Kappa Sigma . Kappa Sigma 208 . Phi Kappa Tau . Phi Kappa Tau . Pi Kappa Alpha . Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon ron'I': Bobb G 'ff I F y FI ing Back: S. E. Moore, H arper Davis OFFICERS BOBBY GRIFFIN S. E. MOORE HARPER DAVIS I RAYMOND CLEG6 Preeidenf Secretary Treasurer Advisor ff' ,410 li fmiw Phi Tau Dixie Daf'I"9S W. 1nnerxlnferfr,9fe,,m.fy H Ofhecoming Fl Oef S ,ig I Z ,ki W I K I ,I , W .A 472' P if I. I gf I A ' M af I R IO . 2.2 1 ,I I 1, I I -f . A I '215 fi- I A' yy , ' V? Y it F V, ff I I V: I. J' fn A H 'nw I A31 I ATO .-Swan Lake" Ballerln-HS 209 The Winner g Pike 192 0 Sororif Y Girls JOAN BERRY Phi Kappa Tau Sweefhearf G99 MEMBERS Firs+ Row: William Barnes, Ralph Beclcelr, Bobby Boa+ner, James Bodman, Rob- erl Burris. Second Row: l'larold Bu+ler, Billy R. Cheslanq, William l'l. Cobb. Fred Diclcerson, Philip Ellis. Third Row: Lewis Green, Jimmy K. Gunler, James T. Hubbard. Charles l-Iulson, A. D. Johnson. Four+h Row: l-lomer Johnson, Paul Leevey, George Magola, Floyd Mobley, Roberl Monlague, S. F. Moore. FiHh Row: Roberl Murrah, Milne Murphy, Robin Penn, John Riley Reedy, Fd- ward Rasberry, Thomson Rolch. Six+h Row: Donald Sheridon, Bobby Smifh, Dwighr Smifh, Richard Spencer Ill, W. F. Sfagq, Roberl Slallings. Seven+h Row: Warren Tresr, Ben Tuclcer, Dudley Walson, Floyd Williams, Ralph Weaver. S. F. Wood. fn- - 'Q' jraylfi f 9:7 :viding i ,. xr., . " 7 L7 1' fill A In 3 ff. G43 ..,- - p I .TV tina! me I , I-4 . ' c - '.: 'Q .Kb Iii 1 lil 5' G -A7 ' T 'lr' 'S' ,rg ia: , j 5. sr. f: - 'J -- f A A - ?l I Xl: , JV. J 1 in 5 - 'Q 7 Q Q X: -:I ,QQ P ' . ' :fl fi. ff" K A5 ' .ff . - ,J if 1 D ...sal A A 210 fi' 'fm E ,J,,,,,,-...- - .-.--4-4,. N ' -, ',,,...u47 -if-5.1 ts 1d..x?7T.+4.+ 1 ' Tia, .--:aiu Mrs. Lord-Phi Tau housemofher Colors: Red and Old Gold Flower: Red Carnalion Founded: Miami Universify, Oxford, Ohio, I906 Bela Epsilon inslalled on Ocfober lb, i948 PHI KAPPA TAU 0 ' 0 SWK! I 'Q D vi KT' I0 'QN-J! Phi Kappa Tau, on Ocrober Io, I948, was Jrhe lirsr national group ro become a parr ol our campus liie ar Mississippi Sourhern. Since ihal dale The Red Carnaiion, rhe ilower and symbol oi Phi Kappa Tau has become well-lcncwn on our carn- pus. Ourslranding evenrs ol rhe year include rhe Red Car- narion Ball, ar which lime fhe Sweerhearr ol Phi Kappa Tau is announced: Jrhe annual French Quarrer Parry, rhe Spring l-louse Parry, and numerous gel-logerhers. Miss Joan Berry. a member ol Kappa Delia, is serving graciously as our Sweer- hearr for lhe preseni year. OFFICERS Firsi' Row: John Reedy, freasurerg George Magola, presidenfg S. E. Moore, vice-presidenf, Srtond Rowg Charlie Hudson, pledge masferg Jim Haffon, corresponding secrefaryg Bob Marleff, recording secrelary and edifor - 4 Q y i - . i , H - E Y' r Q Q, ' : , . ' 7 1 J ff, H 'ilffs K ruff--1 5' H- 'N ' X 5,54 as-A X f ,v-. F. gl" 'XF g 1 1 Q A 2 ' W6 lil P Era liz! l P I' 'J'-J." I. Ol" 6' X gs. sg is lyk ,vw 3 f KAPPA ALPHA URDER ,,.ovQne -0 iid 0 Q C 0,5 '-1-Q 0 2,+go OHM-1-1 if v 1 f Q50 Colors: Crimson and Gold Flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose Founded: Washinglon and Lee Universily in l865 Gamma Zela ins+alled on November 7, I948 P..-.v-N OFFICERS Harold Needham, lly Harper Davis, lg Ronnie Herringlon, lll. BACK: Henry Rhodes, lVg Bobby McKenzie, V3 Lewis Myrick, Vlg Jack Slone, Vllg Bill PeHey, Vlllg Jimmy Nelson, IX. On November 7, l948, Kappa Alpha Order founded Gamma Zela Chapler on Soulherrfs Campus. These Soulh- ern Genllemen have cerlain lradilions which make up lheir yearlv group aclivilies. The Celebralion of Roberl E. Lee's birlhday on January I9, is followed by a period of feslivily in which lhey hold lheir Old Soulh Ball and house parly. KA brolhers rehashing sporls evenls :Ll X T 75 .TQ "VW .,.,.,', ,QAW 9 "" fi- r X, if i '02, i X KAS are acfive in campus organizalions and inlramural sporfs aclivilies. Organizalions in which members are aclive include The S+uden+ Senale, "S+uden+ Prin+z" slalif, MSC band, debafe feam, annual slaff, Omicron Della Kappa, Phi Era Sigma, S+uden+ Courr, MSC cheerleaders, and Jrhe Tennis Team. Trophies won by +he KAs during Jrhe pasr ear were "AIl Inlramural Swimming," "All Fralernily Baslcelballf' and "All Frarernify Soflballf' Occupying The highes+ eleciive office on Sou+hern's cam- pus Jrhis year is a KA, Howard Slroud, as Presidenf of The Sl'uden'r Governmenl Associalion. Also, holding The rank of Lieulenanlr Colonel, The highesr rank in ROTC, is a KA, MEMBERS Firsi' Row: Terris G. Agent Charles Ballard, Charles 6. Carier, Waller R. Collins, Dan Cooke. Second Row: James Oliver Cox Ill, Harper Davis, Joe Flynl, Fred Garrelr, Clinlon T. Hardin. Third Row: Tommy Harris, Monle lnnis, Marlin Ivey, Roberr J. Koonce, Bill Mason. Fourlh Row: Roberr Merrill, Lewis Myricls, Hudson McDonald, Jack McGregor, Bobby McKenzie, Harold Need- ham. FiHh Row: Wayne O'Shields, Ross Pearson, William H. Pe+'rey, Walion Pigolr, Henry Rhodes, Herberf Riley. Six+h Row: Pele Rogers, James Sco+'r, Bill Sliglels, Jack Sfone, Howard Siroud, Cooper Trevilion. Sevenfh Row: Leon- jrcli Vgnziandr, Johnny Vaughn, Russell Welch, Jack Weldy, Jimmy Wilson, o n . ner. Jack Weldy, I W-3 -'z-, - . .,,, V - 1 - ' , ,. . af' W ,G-I Jah W " 20.3 .CY 'B if "' , 1 fx.: -" 'r .fi . -. ,. ,, , , 5 , - . I ,. 7. ,. Y y, 'i A rr ,,,,, ..,, ,, . I -f 4 T 'Emi f ' - - .Q A ...NN .Eg -...V ,f-fl? 1 'L......r:i A FS HI, 3 ga A ci. 1 ' as . .rf . fa . ' a sg, arf I W ,,y,: ,,1bgy,,, D 1 , .ww we I -s.1,f.,,,. 1, lt, , 5. 2 X 1 Fw- ,,,. 51 - C 'W-.M . .A ,br 3 1' nl ,l TVA i -: ' ' T as r 3.3 , .JA V - -- . . 3 as. an Aw s vs I 1 g .A . T .A sq Jif ' rl- fi lg .. i I '4" i .i'i , '. ' W . ' ,, Q 'fi L 4 T ' Q . I h -','.. if 5? 2 P5 Aiin 'F 4.4 'Q if l All Fra+erni+y Fooiball Championship Team for i955 56 ,U I 4, Kappa Sigs live ii up a+ CQ MEMBERS Firsl' Row: Andy Alphonso, Don Allen, Sam Anzalone, Tommy Arnold, l-l. C. Barlowe. Second Row: Joseph Barron, Billye Mac Bedding, John Bevon, Sam L. Bourne, W. A. Bradley, Jr. Third Row: Charles Cameron, Dale Carr, Gerald Carrer, Joe Darnell, Donald Dana. Fourfh Row: Tracy Davis, Wyndol Faggard. Joe L. Goodwin, Jay Graddiclc, J. C. lv1cLammy. Fiffh Row: Karl Langenbaclc Ill, Richard Linden, Ralph Manny, J. l-l. Middlelon, Irvin McCoy, Roberl Nahrqang. Six'rl1 Row: Byron Oberschmidl, Donald Odom, Edwin L. Pilrlman, Jerry Pilrlrnan, Rufus E. Pugh, William l-l. Quinnelly. Seven+h Row: Gerald Sims, Howard D. Sumrall, Carl Voss, l-luqh Welch, James T. Wilkins, Ronald Willeflr. I. 7 . 5:42.11 Q--1 'L Q. -A gg A N' 2 fif' " f AD' ii 3 ,xi ,, ' 33, i ' ifgiiili. I. twig h Y ga- 4:-N L , .A i , L T ' , K7 ' 4 ' -f' .rv - . ' . N . 'v 3 " 4 ".- ' -fl - 'f' 1'- V ,gr ,. -..Q fffg-1-2, V' .Qu I , . .,.4sl G ,Q . .A A . N ig .ax 'Cafe 11, ji' X: , .5 'T ' iff 1 all 'C 'B ifll' lb' .1 K A I 'lvl iw.. F132 S D.- X? cr - , -we 5 - :Nj l 1' fl -. G-N: if 1 sl A I 1 h 1 1 A li l " ' 9 R' 32" 'ca f th C " 2 . 2 5 c 1 f n I '1 i :L 'J' Q : F: 'wi li' 3 ja ,R l"i AQ li Q 9 fi f -1- L ' fi' i '91 l "' "' f' l 'lm f A I I if A A ,fwfr M g i l 214 span, J l i 2. H 'Q ,- -me 5' . -- . ' -- 1 -' . , ' fli " - -v ' A .. s 'f 'J jig. 2' 3 -as OFFICERS led: Joe Darnell, Procuraforg Ronnie Willef, Grand Masrer. Sfanding: Joe Goodwin, Guard: Thomas Arnold, Scribeg Andy Joe Alfonso, Treasurer. On December I l, l948, lhe prominenl Old Soulhern Club exchanged ils colors and symbol for lhe Slar and Crescenl. Since ils birlh, Kappa Sigma has mainlained an enviable record in all paris of campus life here al MSC. Members ol 'rhe Slar and Crescenl group are found in all campus organ- izalions such as Omicron Della Kappa. Sludenl Chrislian Federalion, Alpha Psi Omega, and lhe Sludenr Governmenl. The Scarlel, While and Emerald Green have become a sym- bol of achievemenl on lhe campus. Sigs and Dales enloy lnlermlssion parly during Blaclr and While Ball arf ' V X Eze' ...ar ii' Since our inslallalion on lhe Campus in l949, Old Alpha ALPHA AU OMEGA . MM f Colors: Sky Blue and Gold Flower: While Tea Rose Founclecl:: V.M.l., Seplember Il, l865 Epsilon Upsilon inslallecl November I9, I949 Our men pre are for compelilion in lhe annual P Chi Omega Song Fesl OFFICERS Firsl' Row: Jerry Craff, Worlhy Chaplaing Ray McCraine, Worlhy Master: Kellum Long, Worlhy Keeper of lhe Exchequer. Second Row: Marvin McDonald, Worlhy Scribeg Clarence Frenfz, Worlhy Senlinelg Brumer Marlin, Worlhy Keeper ol Annalsg Raymond Moore, Worlhy Usher. has had occasion lo become proud of ils boys. ATO's follow an annual schedule of leslivily which include lhe Orchid Ball, our house parly, and The Ole Wesl Parly. We have aclive members in Omicron Della Kappa, Kappa Mu Epsilon, M Club. Alpha Epsilon Della, Yellow Jaclcels, College Orcheslra, Sludenl Senale, and lhe Debaling Team. Members ol special nole are Roberl l-lenry as Presidenl of lhe Sophomore Class, Tommy Senler as leader of lhe college orcheslra, Kellum Long as a Supreme Courl Judge, and Jerry Ciall in "Who's Who Among Sludenls in American Colleges and Universiliesf' Our proudesl possession lhis year is a new 530.000 Alpha Tau Omega l-lome, including a chapler room, living room, library, and an aparlmenf lor our housemolher, Mrs. Dora McCarver. ATO lighls lhe Malfese Cross once more ix 1..s 216 i ,ga- MEMBERS Firs'r Row: Peler J. Arala, Lyman Bradford, Doug Brown, Kennelh Cagle, Frank Carllon. Second Row: Richard Carron, Edgar T. Claylon, Donald Cole, Na+ Conn, Jerry Crall. Third Row: Earl Curry, James Davis, James E. Gunn, Donald i-lamillon, Bobby l-lemeler. Four+h Row: Peler Henderson, Roberl l-lenry, Jaclc l-lill, Marvin Jamison, Conrad Kleinpeler. Fiffh Row: Chuck Loux, Bob Lennon, Eloyd Lilcins, Kellum Long, Bay Maddox. Sixfh Row: Bruner Marlin, John Miller, Donald Moore, Raymond Moreau, Ray McCraine, Marvin McDonald. Sevenfh Row: Truman Pillman, Roberl Sanderson, Tommy Senler, Mike Shellon, Charles Van Devender, Ed Voivediclc. . '-i24.,::,: -'f' W ,Ii V5 ' ,ms M T l - M aaff , M i V JD 83- an , 1. , . u . 6A A.. V . , v.,.iI I NV VV l 4 3 ' R 12.22 Eg , 5 lifi A iles. 1 W 'ri li- A' - E' s ' .yn 2' . ,. -f , ...f is , , -W E y 1 'W 4 . Gofcha +his 'rime V VW VV VV W. . L1 H VV l fs I ll' E il 1 ,"- ' '- a' " C Q . 1' v..,fif'E4 ' I ' ia V " f H B' , . M .V V 3 mv, V , 'Q 4- .. R 1 -Q' V V N Y V , vii f nm V N - ra 1.2 aaa sepia ' Vs ,9 'I V VV , 3 .V Wwg ar' . 723k , 1 "" f r 'i n ' ' ' x .-'QTY ! ' v ' -A 3 "Q E .1 i 4 - 2' , , A 2 ,Shi " gd' - -we A f . 2' ff 3 . N.. , , . Q X? if N, V ,X X 1 -'ma x i V . i 9 .- TT? WW N PM 217 . "s I f-""'p -41 :V -V - ' - 3? LVD Q I 'mmm iss Barbara Foreman is presen'I'ed and pinned as PiKA's new Dream Girl f-Q , ip gi W ix, gg? N MEMBERS Firsl Row: Charles D. Allen, James l-l. Ausl, Roberl Baisley, E. C. Bancroii, Eugene Benvenulli, Marlc Blanlcenslein, Waller Bishop. Second Row: James l-l. Brewer, Knox Broom, John F. Busey, Shelby Cochran, John Connilzl, David Cooper, I'-larold Cone. Third Row: Paul Collon, William Coveri, Carroll Cul- pepper, Billy Douglas, Ralph D. Fournier, Bob Francis, Ephie Garrell. Fourlh Row: Marlc Granl, Bobby Griffin, Mac l-laas, Joe l-lanlcins, Murray Hardin, Jo- seph Kersanac, Ray Koenen. Fif+h Row: James M. Laclc, David Loposer, Clyde Lummus, l.ige Malhis, Roberr Middlelon, David Miller, Frank Mullins. Sixlh Row: James E. Mullen, Kennelh McCar+y, John McCauley, Bob Nelson, Leroy Peavy, Bennie Peden, Sieve F. Ralcliil. Sevenlh Row: Leon Robinson, Billy Paul Rogers, Richard D. Rowe, Archie Sleele, Carl Slewarl, Billy Paul Slewarl, George R. Thomasson. Eighlh Row: William C. Thompson, Jimmy Valenline, John Williams, John Wimbish, Franlc Wellman, David Zehner. ' , .Ke 1,1-of Hia A . , :A 4 W Q? w? S ,ra l. N l,,,f+ 'L' i ' I ls 1 J 1 'Qi ?l Q, i'yii 'y 5' f 1 Q K A2 ' l I T3 oss os, C su - V v lv 51 x.f If r I I I -Q K, A. 4 an G' .i .,- vi il, G-X - 23 w. .QQ fi xW L. - '97 55, genie i . ii ga, N 3- - W . Ilxlh B.. 5, i '.6 pwr Qy ' YQN nix f"',51, 'fi in-"-, AQ' l' ' - -"ii A V R J xfl I J si R: al 57.-' f s-' f:- as lil ' Ill Qin , . n r' 1 ,141 Jihlrli Q15 I A1 li lin 218 0 27 ' e y .V OFFICERS Luge Malhisi, hislorian, Ken McCarly, vice-presidenlg Bob Nelson, presidenlg E. C. Bancrofl, ireasurer. On December IO, l94f2, lhe Colonial Club pledged elernal vows lo lhe Garnel and Old Gold colors ol Pi Kappa Alpha, and Della Mu chapler was inslalled al MSC. Since lhal lime we Pikes have made a record lo be proud ol. We have members in Bela Bela Bela, Omicron Della Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Della, Della Sigma Pi, Phi Ela Sigma, "Who's Who," lhe Slu- denl Senale, American Chemical Sociely, Velerans Club, Debale Team, Geology Club, and on lhe slalf ol lhe SOUTHERNER and "Sludenl Prinlz." On lhe SOUTHERNER we boasl of Mark Blankenslein as edilor lor lhe second conseculive year, and Dave Miller as business manager: and on lhe "Sludenl Prinlz" ol Ken McCarly as business manager lor lhe second year. We are also very proud ol Bobby Griliin who is Presi- denl ol lhe senior class, Presidenl ol lhe lnlerlralernily Council and lhe Oulslanding Greek ol lhe Year: E. C. Bancroll, decoraled as Dislin- guished mililary sludenlg John Williams, Presidenl ol Alpha Epsilon Della, and Knox Broom, Presidenl of Phi Ela Sigma. Recenlly we moved inlo a spacious new lralernily house. On Feb- ruary II we dedicalecl lhe new house and celebraled our annual Dream Girl Dance. During lhis year Della lvlu 'won lhe Scholarship Plaque, lhe Chi Omega Song Feslival lor lhe lhird year, reliring lhe lrop-hy: and lasl spring we were presenled lhe lrophy as winner in lhe lnler- lralernily Skil Niqhl. Tacky Parly really lurned oul some Lu ,-r --. 1 .47 OFFICERS Firsf Row: Waller Green, Complrollerg Glenn R. Swefman, Presidenig Go don Founlain, Vice-Presidenf, Second Row: Bill Phillips, Pledge Presidenl- Mr Ja D. Munn, Chapfer Advisor, Frank Pigford, Hislorian. ' Since we were eslablished on lhe Soulhern Campus in l953, we have been sleadily progressing. We have doubled our membership and are moving loward more and greafer rhings. Our calendar for lhe year includes such evenls as our Annual Founders Day Banquel, Chrislmas Parly, house parly, and our Queen of l-learls Ball. We have members aclive in Alpha Epsilon Della, Phi Ela Sigma, lhe Velerans Club, various religious organizalions, Soulhern Players, and lhe "S+uden+ Prinl'z." We are especially proud of Glenn Swelman, for his seleclion for "Who's Who Among Siudenls in American Colleges and Universiliesf' rev. MEMBERS Firs+ Row: Charles Fallce, Gordon Founiain, Waller Green, Roy l-lammond. Second Row: Kennelh R. l-land, John D. l-layes, Larry Jordan. Bobby Keys. Third Row: Ben Knighl, Lionel Knighlr, Don Leverelie. Rene Moniolr. Four+h Row: Donald Morrow, Augusi Parker, Frank Pigiord, Berl Phelps. Fiffh Row: William l-lenry Phillips, Brian Preen, Jim Quarls, Bailey Smiih. Sixfh Row: Ned Siephenson, Glen Sweiman, Gilson Vasconcelos. l-loward Young. i ,., , 'SQ I fa gi' v , 1? f fx . .3 . 1 ' ,... : . I I y,., . ,I I "ffm We "" Q I 'l2"' la. ""' 'QV , K- ' Sig Eps en+er+ain prospecfive pledges 1 if " r I I I' 'A nw' ,Q I PI, F. 13 I V If 1 --Q - , 9 B' ff? .' -III I .- ' Af- I ' . I I- W- ffm .sf - 1 , w II , ill . .7 . 7 'incl - V 'f' -ilu .1 f 'fr' Q4 I l K li K ' .JA - .. -, 1' .y s. 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I ,9,,14, 7,gi7 ,-8937? -e A - 1 jew W . -U Q, .-rg 'QA -L L I 'il' A f J - 25 e44eff-291 43 lee, 424 245 wse1e2ueeL,va 4 , eff' ny" e f 'Q 1 . . R, ,Q I 1 ,, , l ' . I X4 , 4 wg. , 'Inf' " Q - ' ' ...l Q . J , - m .l. K' ' 5 la , '5" 'P 4' ' fa- fu- -'...WTJ... . ' "' 'x ' .. - - . ' ' ' 5 f 1 ...fa . , " ' ' Af ' . ,Q -w . - r .1, V, 4-4 .IQ , . Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Souihern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern l955 FINAL FOOTBALL RESULTS . ..... 395 Elon College . . . . . O . . 77 LouiQana Tech ..,. . . 6 . Og ChaHanooga UnNemHy . .IO . . 263 PJor+h Texas Sfafe . . . O . . 332 Soufheasfern Louiyana . . O . , 34: k4en1phB Sfafe . . . . . I4 . 407 AbHene ChNsHan . . . . O L 58: PJorfh Dakofa Sfafe . . . . O . I93 Dayfon UnNerQ+y . . . .I3 . . 2Ig Florkia Sfafe lJniversHy . . 6 VVon 93 Losfl ? ' ,T 'A 1 . . . , iff? T " "'. ' -' -- 2-3 I ' -3 2 is . -' If . - A as ., . , , ,,,, i I E ., .. QA ,,A,.,:. . . Q - .-M . A ' 1 - -rw - " - . ' di' '. 57 .' -- lp' A f V P A V 43 I U. ... h M . ' 'N ..--gh . 4' -T-.1 f fig. , , :,,, ...., A E ' E . 'T L' M N E 14.5 3 VE. T 5--ar ,, ' L A R.. 'D T " ' . . 1 A 1 Y 2 ,-...hz ..... , A 5 Q. ATHLETIC STAFF 5 T DR. W. D. NTEOAIN. . T DR. LLOYD MTLAM . . T REED GREEN .... ! CHUCKFINLEY. . . BOBWEATT-TERS. . . THAD VANN. . . 1 CLYDE STUART. . 1 ROLAND DALE. . A c.J TAYLOR. . T T T N E 1 ...........PresidenT . . Facuhy Chairman of Afhiehcs . . . . Direcfor of AThleTics . . . . Head Baskefball Coach . . . . Freshman BaskeTball Coach . . . . . . Head Foofball Coach Baclcfield Coach and Baseball Coach ...........LineCoach . . . . End Coach and Track Coach 225 .5 . 61. , HEAD COACH THAD TPIEJ vANN A A la: fifff 'C 742' , K. , . ,Y ,n J,- , M , 2-1. - , 'L 3.5552 "L-i",f1:'a?f ' " ' 2 2. AEM LINE COACH ROLAND DALE END COACH c. J. IPETEI TAYLOR 'MQ Iliff' 'Wim ng TW 4 91 S UU TH ER N Five SouTherners scored Touchdowns To lead SouThern To a 39-O vicTory over Flon College aT Faulkner Field. The Vannmen wasTed no Time in scoring. Fred Smallwood scored on a guick Toss To The leTT Trom George l'lerring. SouTh- ern led 6-O beTore Three minuTes oT playing Time had expired. l-lerring hiT Arban wiTh a I7-yard pass Tor a score. l-ler- ring's placemenT Tailed and SouThern led I2-O wiTh only sec- onds leTT To play in The TirsT quarTer. Doug BarTield connecTed wiTh a pass To WhiTTield on The I2, and WhiTTield ran The remaining yardage Tor The score. Fullback Lawrence Meeks' booT was good and The SouTherners led I9-O aT halTTime. 1 SouThern makes a headlong charge ELUN BULLEGE The Black and Gold opened The second halT wiTh successive gains. Eddie Cardenas scored Trom The l I wiTh a hard drive Through The middle oT The Elon line. l-lerring's placemenT was good giving The SouTherners a 26-O lead. l-lerring connecTed wiTh a "behind The line" pass To Car- denas, who bulled his way To pay dirT. WhiTTield's kick was good and The SouTherners led 33-O. A Team oT nine Treshmen and Two TransTers marched 40 yards wiTh Dan Richardson scoring Trom The seven. Jay Ma- son's placemenT Tailed leaving The vicTory margin aT 39-O. i. 'wi ' - v- -s 1 4 . fi as i . T ji Xa, N i Q41 ii 44 i T '43 i Wig T -if J' i fi 5 SIJU TITE RTN A bad pass Trom cenTer on Their exTra poinT Try kepT Lou- isiana Tech Trom possibly Tying The score againsT SouThern. The SouTherners Took advanTage oT This break and proTecTed Their lead oT 7-6. The Vannmen caughT Tire on Their second oTTensive Try oT The second guarTer. Taking over The pigskin on Their own 20. The SouTherners marched 80 yards in IO plays To make Their only Touchdown oT The game. George l-lerring used boTh running and passing plays while he kepT The Bulldogs oTT guard wiTh The guarTerback opTion play. Finally l-lerring connecTed wiTh end l-larold Clark in The end zone Tor The score. Fullback Lawrence Meeks made his placemenT good and The SouTh- erners led 7-O. Soufhern does iT again! l LA. TECH Two penalTies early in The Third sTanza, complimenTed by good drives by Tech Tullback Gene JanTz, Tired The lads Trom RusTon on To score. Passing on a Third down, guarTerback Andrews connecTed on an aerial To halTback A. L. Williams on The Two, and Wil- liams sTepped oTT The remaining yardage Tor The score. On Their aTTempT Tor The exTra poinT, The pass was bad and The Bulldogs were smoThered by The SouTherners. From The sTaTisTical sTandpoinT, The SouTherners had a big margin, buT good deTense by Louisiana Tech leT The local lads score only once. 1 gif . 5 "" fl if . . T M R55 f Eli X we T . ' X xx If X Nwgighwiu .L gg i, if ii ur' . 5. 'KLM 4 1 L l -- . 1 Doggeff goes for a TD Weak pass defensive play and lack of offensive power confribufed largely fo Soufh- ern's downfall. Chaffanooga guarferback Bob Case complefed fhe firsf seven passes, and fhe sevenfh was good for a score IO seconds before fhe half ended. Four fumbles deep in fheir own ferrifory kepf fhe Soufherners in The shadow of fheir own goal posf fhroughouf fhe firsf half. Two unfimely I5-yard personal foul penalfies affer lengfhy Soufhern gains didn'f help. lf was a lacklusfer performance by a feam which, for fhe pasf fhree years, was nofed for a blazing yard-chewing offensive. Againsf fhe Moccasins, howevei, fhey could nef buf 69 yards rushing and 48 yards by air. Soufhern also recovered fhree fumbles and fhey all saved pofenfial Moccasin fouch- downs. Recovered by fhe Clark fwins, Les and Wes, and sfar fackle Don Owens, all enemy fumbles came in fhe firsf half, during a flurry of fumbilifus by bofh feams. Soufh- ern picked up only one firsf down in fhe firsf half, yef held fhe Moccasins af bay unfil less fhan fhree minufes of play remained in fhe second quarfer. Chaffanooga couldn'f capifalize on The Mississippians' misfakes unfil Owens leff fhe game. Then, wifh Johnny Pozzini furning human bulldozer, fhey worked af fhe Hub Cify feam's leff fackle and leff guard slof. Sfarfing from mid-field, fhe Moccasins marched fo fhe fhree wifh Pozzini baffering his way for 4I of fhe 47 yards. Then, on a fhird down sifuafion, Case hif end l-loward Clark wifh a bullef pass in fhe end zone over freshman defender, J. C. Arban. The ineffecfiveness of fhe ground game is clearly shown in fhe individual sfafisfics, as Ted Trenfon and Eddie Cardenas picked up 25 yards and I3 yards respecfively in five carries. Three Soufhern receivers, Curry Juneau, l-larold Clark and l-larvey Seligman, dropped passes in fhe open wifh Juneau fumbling in fhe Chaffanooga end zone. I I his s-.H " n . Q l 1 Y- ff VI X 1 T x 1 JERRY TAYLOR STAN BU RKE 228 A Ng 1 Q I l N QAF- Tk- , SouThern racked up I9 TirsT downs To 5 Tor NorTh Texas STaTe To hand The Eagles a 26-O deTeaT on Faulkner Tield. Cn Their TirsT oTTensive, The SouTherners drove deep inTo NorTh Texas STaTe TerriTory, only To have a Tumble give The Eagles The ball on Their I I-yard line. Several plays laTer, George l-lerring inTercepTed an Eagle pass on The SouThern 36. On a series oT running and passing plays, Smallwood, TrenTon and Cardenas moved The ball down To The one. Herring hiT pay dirT on The nexT play. Lawrence. lvleelcs added The exTra poinT and The SouTherners led aT The end oT The TirsT guarTer 7-O, BarTield hiT WhiTTield wiTh an aerial which was good Tor a TirsT down on The Two. lvleelcs scored Two plays laTer. The Third guarTer consisTed oT a series oT drives by boTh squads, buT none led To a score. AbouT midway in The lasT guarTer, a hos+ oT SouThern linernen brolce Through The Eagle line To bloclf anoTher punT and Talce The pigslcin on The Eagle I2-yard line. On The nexT play, Treshman Joe DoggeTT wenT oTT-Tackle Tor The score. JusT beTore The Tinal whisTle, Bobby l-lughes connecTed wiTh Meelcs on The 30. While Meeks raced Tor The goalf The Tinal whisTle blew, buT The play counTed. Bobby Lance, Treshrnan halTbacl4, lciclced The poinT, rnaking The Tinal score 26-O. l l sv.. T M , ri T 55 ,f .. y A f-V' lizsli-iw X ff! HUEY Hussek QUWTON S 'LMQJ A--..,,oi.-.g,,..uv'-Tix. .,,, l Soufhern downs SouTheasTern .f 6 We T N .' -J! , I. A 1 'L'-3' f I J K Ar- ig, .- , g' ' Q . plxx 7 I R X: T -T I xg x R XN xl DON OWENS BOBBY LANCE Coach Thad Vann cleared The bench when The SouTherners EighT plays laTer Tullback T-larvey Seligrnan drove over Trorn compleTely swamped The Tavored SouTheasTern Lions, 33-O. The one. Bobby l.ance's kick Tor The poinT was wide. CenTer The sTaTisTics as well as The score Tell The sTory oT The Lions' Les Clark inTercepTed a Lion pass early in The Third quarTer TirsT deTea.T oT The year.' The SouTherners reeled oTT 357 yards and raced all Jfhe Way down +0 Hqe SOU+Iqe,35+e,-n l2-yard line, ssifll "55l""'lQ and Pa55'n9 WTl'le 5llOW'nQ SOUTl1e'35Tem OnlY Herring scored on The nexT play and WhiTTield's kick was good. Yar .5-D , I Again SouThern's alerT pass deTense snared a SouTheasTern Receiving The opening kickoTT. The SOUTTWGFHGFS were Unable pass. Meeks drove over Trom The Two Tor his second Touch- To move and were Torced To punT. SouTheasTern sTarTed up- d Wh.+f. Id if H d .+ d k. k d h. d qc. Id. b. h b + H r H I Jrh W f CH M own. i ie o owe sun an ic e is secon conver- ie in a ig urry u a e p ays ey ere orce o pu . and were unable To regain The ball Tor The resT oT The TirsT Slon' . , quapferi LaTe in The Tinal quarTer The SouTherners marched 43 yards, A drive covering 98 yards in I8 plays and 5 TirsT downs was The b5Clf5' COn5l5TenTlY bfeaklnq TlTVOUQlW The line TO' Qood Climaxed 5 ggere when Lawrence lvleekg Clreve ever Trgm QGIHS. SGTIQITIGFI scored l'1IS SSCOl'1d m6I"li6-F Gnd l.5I'1C6 The one. kicked The exTra poinT To give The SouTherners a 33-O vicTory. - i T i T S U ll TH ERN SUUTHEASTERN ll-l. Soufhern is aTTacked ' T is if T swlf- . 54' If wv, E-ST, 3 - I-.i,. 'tJ.fT:r,.': N if ' 0 . 9 T55 , K . , , - - 7 V sw- l I 'a ffix' Q Az" I 1? A -Z ' i H l TT 'QFLSTEZT T"i2 1 siii . if 1','Z' B , ffl W "'?' ' fl -Nl. ..,' ww-' f n Y' si .ign- Q 1 .J QI A , 'W Ss., , .V,v.v , iii My I BOBBY LOTT Joe Doeem guzzy C The SouTherners overcame TumbleiTis in The TirsT guarTer To deTeaT The Memphis STaTe Tigers 34-I4 in a hard ToughT con- TesT in Memphis. SouThern wasTed no Time in geTTing The upper hand. WiTh only seconds gone in The TirsT guarTer, guarTerback George Herring hiT Dallas WhiTTield wiTh an aerial good Tor 50 yards and a score. WhiTTield aided The cause by kicking The poinT. Gerald Bush oT The Tigers scored The TirsT Touchdown This year againsT The SouTherners by ground meThods. The con- version was good. Early in The second period Memphis STaTe drove To The SouThern one wiTh Andy Nelson sneaking over Trom There. Leonard again converTed pushing The Tigers ouT TronT I4-7. The SouTherners were noT To be ouTdone. WiTh BarTield leading The club, They marched 65 yards in nine plays. Fred Smallwood Took The ball on The six, ran over a deTender aT The Tour, and wenT over The hallowed sTripe Tor anoTher score. WhiTTield Tied The score by kicking The poinT. WiTh Two minuTes leTT in The second guarTer The SouThern- ers were on The march again. They drove 8I yards in seven plays. Herring hiT end Jerry Taylor Tor The Third SouThern score. Dallas WhiTTield spliT The uprighTs To push The SouTh- erners inTo The lead 2l-I4. The Third period was a series oT punT and Tumble exchanges, wiTh mosT oT The play cenTering around The midTield sTripe. During The Tinal guarTer The SouTherners received six T5- yard penalTies buT sTill managed To score Twice. SouThern's TourTh score oT The evening came iusT aTTer guard Dave FiTzgerald blocked a Tiger punT on The I2-yard line. Cn TirsT down, l-lerring scooTed around end Tor The score. WhiTTield kicked his TourTh exTra poinT making The score 28-I4. WiTh only one minuTe leTT, cenTer Bill MarTin pulled down a Tiger pass on his own I6 and raced 84 yards Tor The TiTTh SouThern score. suurufnii l f"'A ' B-Y-A 'TP""'i'LI ! 'W'- B'i..i1Qf""""'2 1 .. i... MEMPHIS STATE i wsww-AT sv vu -'l'+N -Ts' -'-ff" '- 'N 'fl if - ' T 1 ' ' T, 1 . 1. -- -. ' , 133 f, J LES CLARK 1fT i TTA, w, 1 x x '- ,J' KX X, Q-A T T I DAVE FITZGERALD T X T i f ,sift , f1er',.f,, L, T T Aa, . , f Q f Ly. , ,- kg Ts, -if Q x NIR. Hughes goes wild Coach Thad Vann used his reserves Treely all The way Through The game in SouThern's 40-O viC- Tory over Abilene ChrisTian. SouThern's only score in The TirsT duarTer came in The laTTer minuTes oT The period wiTh l-Tarvey Seligman "Taking home The bacon." Dallas WhiTTield added The poinT Trom placemenT. The score came aTTer a 5I-yard susTained drive. The TirsT score oT The second period came when quarTerbaclc Bobby Hughes connecTed wiTh end Bob Yencho in The end zone. Lawrence Meils added The poinT To malce The score I4-O in The early minuTes oT The second period. Meelcs seT The woods aTire when he raced I6 yards inTo The end zone. Dallas WhiTTield added The poinT To make The score Zl-O. In The waning minuTes oT The TirsT halT, Bill MarTin pulled down anoTher Abilene pass. On The nexT play Bobby l-lughes hiT end Jerry Taylor wiTh a long aerial on The IO-yard line and Taylor ran Tor The score, Berl4e's placemenT was wide. ShorTly aTTer play had resumed in The lasT half. George l-lerring inTercepTed a pass in The end zone Tor an auTomaTic Touchbaclc. Dallas WhiTTield shoolc oTT several would-be Taclmlers Tor a ol- yard sprinT, l-larvey Seliqman drove over Trom The Tive. WhiTTield made The poinT qood and The score was 340. The lasT score oT The game came when Treshrnan halTbaclc Joe DoqgeTT pushed his way in Trom The I I. Meels' Try Tor The poinT aTTer Touchdown Tailed. and The score moved up To 40-O. 232 ul9"'ii, Nine men scored when The SouTherners ran wild over The lNlorTh DakoTa STaTe Bisons. Reserves and Treshmen accounTed Tor seven oT The Touchdowns Tor The Vannmen. BeTore six minuTes oT The game had passed, The SouTherners had racked up Two Touchdowns. The TirsT marker came seven plays aTTer a Bison punT rolled dead on The SouThern 42. Fullback Ed- die Cardenas Topped oTT The drive by racing 25 yards Tor The poinT To puT The SouTherners ahead 7-O. Following The kickoTT, The Bisons losT eighT yards in Three plays and were Torced To go inTo punT TormaTion. Guard Dave FiTzgerald broke Through To block The punT on The 25. l-le hiT The ball wiTh such Torce ThaT iT rolled inTo The end zone, where end l-larold Clark Tell on The ball Tor The second SouThern marker. The Try TorsThe poinT Tailed and The score remained I3-O. The SouTherners drove 62 yards early in The second guarTer Tor Their Third score. Meeks kicked The poinT, To give The SouTherners a 20-O lead. Then QuarTerback Doug BarTield hiT halTback Jack May wiTh a pass, wiTh which May raced 32 yards Tor The TourTh score Tor The SouTherners. Doug BarTield connecTed wiTh anoTher scoring pass To Joe DoggeTT. ThaT play covered 88 yards. ln The lasT halT oT The second guarTer, The Team was composed oT Treshmen who scored The lasT Touchdown oT The TirsT halT when Teeny CoaTes scored on a guarTerback sneak play ThaT carried 30 yards. Bobby Lance kicked The poinT making The score 39-O. The TirsT Tally oT The second halT came when Ted TrenTon wenT wide around end Tor seven yards and a score. Reserves scored again aTTer a long drive. A Tew minuTes laTer, guard John Russell blocked a punT. Gary PraTer scampered I8 yards around end Tor The Tinal SouThern Tally. Jack May kicked The poinT and The scoring was Tinished Tor The nighT wiTh SouThern leading The NorTh DakoTa Bi- sons 58-O. ll . Af M i ,su .fi x P V f 7 Ai s Vi? EW rg TOMMIE WHEELER A ,, yy f cs 'Y 'sf N A f ,f ff" . N.-f . if X X ,H LARRY RICH -Gif. U. 4, - . ' ., ' . K ' ' , V -i an 1 V ,, , . '15, , ., - . Smallwood gains yardage During lhe lirsl guarler, George l-lerring inlercepled a pass and ran 75 yards lor a score. A key blocker on lhe play was end Jerry Taylor. Dallas Whillield's conversion was blocked bul Soulhern led I6 lo O al lhe end ol lhe guarler. Reserve cenler Bill Marlin inlercepled a pass in lhe second quarler and ran lor IO yards. Ted Trenlon look a pilch-oul and ran over lor a score. This lime Whillield placed lhe ball squarely lhrough lhe uprighls. Three lurnbles, lwo by Soulhern and one by Daylon, all recovered by op- ponenls, allowed lhe Flyers lo gel lwo louchdowns and lhe Soulherners one in lhe lasl hall. Daylon's Flyers loughl lo lhe linal whislle in an allempl lo spring lheir second slraighl upsel over lhe Soulherners, However, lhe Vannrnen were nol lo be ouldone and gained revenge. 3 - lf T Q , will l 'V lg -K, y , '4 1' 1-its , wr, i L iv if S. ! 3 il, 'Sf- ii' z ,mfs was Sou+l1ern gels a faclcle All llwe Soullwerners, especially llwe seniors, pul lorlli an all-oul ellorl ro win Jrliis lasl game ol Jrlwe year. ln one ol llieir mosr impressive performances, 'rlwe Soullnerners rolled lo a 2I-6 viclory over The Florida Slale Seminoles a+ Faulkner Field lo place a gaudy nine-'ro-one rocord on flue line for llie l955 season. To win over llne Seminoles, llwe Sousilierners racked up louclwdowns in llwe lirsr, second and lourlli quarlers, converled aller eacli, and lweld Florida Slale lo a lone louclwdown lale in llie linal period. sgggj Q . Clie, i -asv 5, , y 1 M i ' X ly fs A, I 5, ' f i ' i fx on-1 W wif' 'Q' I . P. W. UNDERWOOD JAY MASON' X f iv E . 4 1 . 4 J I-I . if, 1 1 BILL MARTIN Q ' - 1 r- 1954 FUUTBALL RESULTS Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Sou+hern Soufhern VVon UnN.ofPdabama Louidana Tech A PJor+h Texas Sfafe fAbHGU6C:hHSHdH SouTHeasTerm CheHanooga Dayfon . . VHhnova . . . kAenu3hE S+a+e . Florida S+a+e . , Losf . . DOUG BARFIELD REESE HEFNER 522 Y, Y 'S JACK MAY 1 , 4 N' BOBBY RINEHART Soufhern 'fries again T fm if 1956 FUUTBALL SCHEDULE 7 Sepl. Sepl Ocl. Ocl. OCT. OCT. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov 3- l7- -U. of Alabama al Tuscaloosa JW 1 'Nur T Louisiana Tech home Norlh Texas Slale al Denlon 6-Universily ol Daylon, al Daylon, Ohio I3--Soulheaslern Louisiana, home 20-Memphis Slale, home 27-Universily ol Challanooqa, home Abilene Chrislian, home TED TRENTON Trinily U. al San Anlonio, Texas Florida Slale U. al Tallahassee FINAL MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN STATISTICS Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern I-Ierring Barfield I-Iughes Goals . 51'-:A 53. -It ', E I" .W",." THE RECORD 395 Elon College 75 Louisiana Tech 0: Challanooga U. , 265 Norlh Texas Slale 331 Soulheaslern La. 34: Memphis Slale 405 Abilene Chrislian 583 Norlh Dalcola Slale I l9g Daylon Universily 2Ig Florida SIaIe U. INDIVIDUAL PASSING AH. Comp. In+. G . . 68 3I 6 457 . . 33 I5 4 248 . I 37 I5 4 I86 , . I2 5 2 85 SCORING TD EPA EPM TOTAL Meeks . . . 7 I2 7 49 Seligman . . . 5 0 30 Whillcield . . , 2 I6 24 I-Ierring . . . 4 3 25 Cardenas , . . 4 0 24 Doggell . . . 3 0 I8 Smallwood . . . . 2 3 I3 Taylor . . . . 2 0 I2 I-I. Clark . . . I 2 0 I2 Arban . . . I 0 6 Marlin . . . I 0 6 Yencho . . . I 0 6 Coals . . I 0 6 Trenlon . . 2 0 I2 Praler . . I 0 6 May . . . I I 6 I-Iusser . . . I 0 6 Richardson . I 0 6 Juneau . . I O 6 Lance . . . 0 5 3 Mason . . 0 I 0 Berke , . 0 I O TEAM STATISTICS 277 Poinls . ......... . I49 Eirsl Downs ...,. I02 Eirsl Downs Rushing . 43 Eirsl Downs Passing . . 4 EirsI Downs Penalfies . I 444 Runs Erom Scrimmage . 2655 Gain Erom Scrimmage I27 Loss Prom Scrimmage . 2528 NET GAIN RUSHING 976 NET GAIN PASSING . ' 363I TOTAL NET GAIN . . . I50 Passes Allempled . . - ' 66 Passes Compleled . I V I8 Passes lnfercepled By . ii ' is 43 Number oi Punls . . , i ,' I600 Punl Yardage . . . , ff H 37.2 Punl Average . . 0 Punls I-lad Blocked . . 39 Punls Relurned . , . X . . 330 Yards Punls Relurned . 'v K WI'1I'I'Tl6Id cafches pass I8 Kickoff Rehlms I . X 340 Yards Kiclcohfs Relurned N 83 Number Penallies . . 684 Yards Penalized . . 35 Fumbles . . . . . S I9 Eumbles Losl . . 25 Touchdowns Rushing . I3 TD's Passing ....... 3 TD's Inlerceplion Relurned . . I TD's Bloclned Punl . 0 Eield Goals Allempled 0 Fields Goals Made . . 42 Exlra Poinls Allempled 25 Exlra Poinls Made . . I'-w..Lz'f"4'Ir ' I4 238 . . 49 . 78 . 47 . 23 . . 8 . . 392 . . II36 . . 355 . . 781 . . 439 . . I220 . . I38 . 49 . I6 . . 79 . . 25I2 . . 3I.8 . 5 . . I7 . . 204 . . 5I . . 800 . 26 . . I I5 . 34 . I7 . 3 . 4 . 0 . 0 . 2 I . 7 . 4 Cardenas . . SmaIIwood Meeks . . Herring . TrenIon WhiIIieId. . ' . Arban . . Bariield . Seligrnan Coars . . Doggerr . Lance . May . . Berke . Hughes . Prajrer . SuppIe . . Mason . . Richardson KiIpaIricIc Underwood ToIaIs . Herring . Kilparrick . Smallwood May . . George Herring carries For Sou+I1ern INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Runs Gain Loss NG Avg. . 59 32I 0 SZI 5.4 . 56 306 9 297 5.3 . 5I SOO 5 295 6.I . 64 337 67 270 4.2 . 47 270 6 264 5.6 . 27 249 6 243 9.0 . 34 22I I I 2IO 5.5 . I9 I44 I I43 7.5 . 22 86 O 86 3.9 . 9 8I O 8I 9.0 . 8 73 O 73 9.I . . 4 54 O 54 I3.3 . 8 5I I 50 6.3 . . 6 45 O 45 7.5 . . I6 54 I9 35 2.2 . I I8 O I8 I8.0 . 2 I2 O I2 6.0 . 3 I2 O I2 4.0 . 2 I I O I I 5.5 . 5 I0 I 9 I.8 I O I -I ... . . . 444 2655 I27 2528 5.7 PUNTING Kicks Yards Avg. . 36 I398 38.8 . I 36 36.0 . 2 53 26.5 . 4 I I3 28.5 239 RECEIVING No. Yards TD Trenlron . . . 9 IOI 0 Arban . . . , 7 89 I Yenclwo . . . 6 50 I H.CIarIc . . . 6 94 I Juneau . . . 6 70 I Taylor . . . . . 5 85 2 DoggeII' . . . 5 89 I WI1iIIieId . . . 4 I27 2 Smallwood . . . 4 42 0 I.inIon . . . 3 53 0 Lance . . . . 3 45 0 Cardenas . . 2 I5 I Meeks . . . . I 3I I Seligman . . I I0 0 May . . . I 40 I Husser . . I 22 I Owens . . I 2 0 SeIIier . ......... I II 0 PUNT RETURN LEADERS Ret Yards Avg. TD's Arban . . . 6 72 I2.0 O TrenIon .... .... 6 62 I0.3 0 KICKOFF RETURN LEADERS Ref. Yards Avg. TD's SmaIIwood . . 5 I45 29.0 0 Trenron ...... . . 4 92 23.0 0 PASS INTERCEPTION LEADERS MarIin . . . . 3 I23 I Whirfield . . . 2 99 0 Herring . . . . 2 86 I its i -- 7'- I I I 'f C 1 'E Z I x "" 'Q , '32 , V' .wh is ? .l I I l 'G' ' W" l Firsf Row: Don Eddy, Harold Ray Kea, Frank Chandler, Marvin Beck, Lowell Marsh. Second Row: Gerald Marlello, Ronald Young- blood, Wayne Pulliam, Jim Milsfead, Robert Boofe, A. G. Robinson. Third Row: Billy Hallen, Bob Hardwick, Bob Kinney, Arm- slrong, Ken Forlenberry. SouThern SouThern SouThern 5ouThern SouThern SouThern SouThern SouThern SouThern SouThern SouThern SouThern SouThern COACH CHARLES lCHUCKl FINLEY sTarTs his second year as boss oT SouTh- ern's cagers wiTh a noT Too opTimisTic ouTlook buT is sincere when he says he believes The siTuaTion will improve in a hurry . . . l-le's rebuilding Trom scraTch and There is every indicaTion he'll geT his 5ouTherners To The Top among independenTs as he did ldaho Uni- versiTy in The PaciTic CoasT ConTerence . . . A graduaTe oT Maryville lMo.l STaTe Teach- ers College in IQ32, Finley coached aT New Mexico Mines and Texas WesTern beTore going To Idaho . . . l-le also coached aT high schools in Secora and Hobbs, New Mexico ...ln addiTion. he coached The Georgia Pre- l:lighT Team and The Norman lOkla.l Sky- iackeTs . . , ln his playing days, he was an AAU sTar wiTh The Denver SaTeways and The UniTed ArTisTs . . . He also played proTes- sionally wiTh The New York CelTics. FRESHMAN COACH BOB WEATHERS reTurns To his Alma MaTer aTTer only a year's absence Trom The hardwoods . . . l-le played Tour years oT varsiTy ball Tor The SouTherners under Coach Lee Floyd . . . Iniuries in his senior year possibly kepT him Trom ioining Nick Revon and Tom Bishop aT The Top oT The ladder in The "poinTs-scored" deparT- menT . . . He"ll help Finley wiTh The varsiTy and also will direcT a Treshman Team Through a I3-game schedule... l-le was a high school sTar aT nearby Oak Grove . . . l-le led his Oak Grove club inTo The sTaTe Tinals one year and seT an all-Time TournamenT record by scoring 35 poinTs. . . 72: Spring l-lill College . . . 45: Loyola lNew Orleansl . . 66: EasT Tennessee STaTe . . . 72: Louisiana Tech . . . . 62: NorTh Texas STaTe . . . 57: CenTenary College . . . 62: Louisiana Tech . . . 58: CenTenary College . . . 66: DelTa STaTe . , . 7l: Arkansas STaTe . . . 69: Mississippi College . . 58: DelTa STaTe . . 62: Spring Hill College . 241 . 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Don Eddy . . . . 26 277 I22 44.0 96 67 69.8 76 2.9 66 3II I2.0 Bob Kinney . . . . 26 3I6 I IO 34.8 I26 76 60.3 374 I4.4 88 296 I I.4 Roberl Boolhe . . 26 252 93 36.9 I25 89 7I.2 2I6 8.3 86 275 I0.6 Jim Milslead . . 26 284 9I 32.0 55 34 6I .8 IOI 3.9 43 2I6 8.3 Marvin Becli . . 26 204 8I 39.7 68 47 69.I 75 2.9 62 209 8.0 Ron Youngblorn . . 24 IO3 42 40.8 52 29 55.8 80 3.3 46 I I3 4.7 Frank Chandler . . . 26 94 34 36.2 74 42 56.8 78 3.0 39 I IO 4.2 Bob I'lardWiCI4 . . . 24 92 29 3 I .5 43 24 55.8 66 2.8 33 82 3.4 I'IaroId Kea . . . . IO 28 I I 39.3 I I 8 72.7 9 .9 I4 30 3.0 Billy I'IaII'en . . , 2I 36 I0 27.8 I2 5 4I.6 28 l.3 22 25 I.2 A. 6. Robinson . . . I4 28 7 25.0 I3 4 30.8 I2 .9 I0 I8 l.3 Ken Forlenberry .... I2 2l 5 23.8 is 7 43.8 is 1.5 I3 I7 71.4 Lowell Marsh . . 5 I6 I .06 8 6 75.0 6 .6 6 8 l.3 Gerald Marlello . . 9 I6 2 .I3 3 2 66.7 6 3.0 6 6 .7 Wayne Pulliam . . . . I3 I4 3 .2I 3 0 .. . . I3 I.2 I3 6 .5 'I-olal . . 26 I 78I 64I 36.0 705 440 62.4 I I 78 45.3 547 I 722 66.2 Opponenls -lolals . . . 26 I593 573 36.0 9I4 585 64.0 9I2 35.I 4I9 I73I 66.6 TI-IE VARSITY BASKETBALL ROSTER No. Pif. Pos. Age i-19+ wg+. cis.. Home+own 5 BOOTI-IE, Roberl . . . F I8 6-3 I70 Soph. Jackson, Miss. 4 MILS-IEAD, Jim . . . . . F I9 6-3 I60 Soph. Siale Line, Miss. 9 YOUNGBLOOD. Ronald . . F I9 6-2 I80 Fresh. Chicago, III. I4 I-IATTEN, Billy . . . . . F I9 6-5 I9I Soph. I-Iailiesburg Miss. I0 MARTELLO. Gerald . . . F I8 6-2 l90 Fresh. Nalchez Miss. I3 PULLIAM, Wayne . . . . F I8 6-2 I80 Fresh. Avera Miss. I8 KINNEY, Bob . . . . C 20 6-9 220 Soph. Mansfield, Chio I6 I-IARDWICK, Bob . . C I8 6-5 205 Fresh. I-Iagerslown, Ind. I5 FORTENBERRY, Ken . . . C I8 6-5 I80 Fresh. Pinola, Miss. 7 BECK, Marvin . . . C5 22 5-II I60 Senior Pensacola, Fla. 8 EDDY, Don .... . G I9 6-I I65 Soph. Callellsburg, Ky. 6 CHANDLER. Frank . . . G 20 6-I I75 Junior Chebanse, III. I I ROBINSON. A. G. . . C5 20 6-2 I75 Junior Fliclcory, Miss. I2 MARSI-I. Lowell . . G I8 5-I I I85 Fresh. Norman, Olrla. 3 KEA, I-Iarold Ray . . . G I7 5-II I55 Fresh. Edinburg, Miss. I7 LEECI-I, Dan . . . . , G-F I8 6-2 I85 Fresh. Wheeler, Miss. 247 V yn Miami, '? Q 4 .M wt it , Y HL Q Q- MW W -WMM gfiwfw' 4 WMM . , -if I UI ...pf .I-jll 'lid' .."i C h Stuart, Tic Scoff, Doug Barfield, Brooks Tis Sourhern Sourhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern Soulhern C.. IB.. ZB.. 3B.. OF.. OF.. OF.. P.. P.. P.. l 5 QA 3 d I K y Fisher, AI Treige, Alvin lnf, Mickey Herring? H b I955 RESULTS Soulheaslern Louisiana Louisiana . . . Millsaps .... Whealon College . Spring l-lill . . . Loyola . . . . Spring l-lill . . . Loyola .,.. . . Mississippi College . Mississippi College . Loyola .... . . LETTERMEN . . 2 . . 5 . . l . . 4 . . 9 ..l5 .4 .I4 .4 .4 ..9 . . Bill Tregre . Roberl Boolhe . . . Tick Scoll . Doug Barlield Milne l-larringlon . Broolcs Tisdale . . l-lub Walers . . Don Eddy . . Billy l'la'rl'en . . Glen McBay . . Ken Fisher Maggie Hammond Newton Webb Glenn McBay John Cooley Bull Haifen, Don Eddy, Erskin Beasley ,Wifi W Uaff'ff'24z 7 My 'lilly .llflil Q TT 'lcll 2 , Qlart I' 'Q 'vi' J ' if .' 5 4 x yi 9 1 K L 1 . - rx- -..--' J . Q -wil .-Q-,N 5 ,ax Q-. mf-Am.. AHC x 2 Q ,. :il n mmm 4' Nz .14 i' l ,Q A wmmwf . f I l Lf' 1 l . . .-f' V I L 'cf' v M cog.: F A .,,,..,,,,,,., Mavwgigewigu , A ' . . ap. , , ' g V, W ""'Mm-MWMM j' ' ',-w,.,,, 4 ' '- f "J 4 iw 0" 'uw y , X """""""jI'c 'rn-,,-. is-h KW f, i m""""'-Q-.,.,w.,.. """--iihm - 17-W-1 ' . ,nhl ,lam X ' " 'ft 7' Q1 The lennis leam conlinued ils improving ways as il compiled llwe besl record ol many years under llie guidance ol Coaclies W. l.. Carr and Raymond Clegg. Soullwern lweld rnalclmes willi lvlilsaps, Mississippi College, Della Slale, Soullweaslern Louisiana, Loyola Universilry, Spring l-lill, Pen- sacola Navy Base, Keesler Field Air Force Base. 250 LETTERMEN LEONARD DUFF BILL MASON JIMMY COX BOB NAHRDGANG BOB PURCHNER COACH ES W. C. CARR RAYMOND CLEGG COACH RAYMOND CLEGG Tennis Singles .,,,.. .uhm 251 9 ,JPL Q V. Q- El- . ls 'N it -Qt , .. 1 , in 1' ',L.,, W,.,,sr . , Y bfvubx 8 . fifr- nn. V ' lf V .. A X I M., ,, .V , .bg W., x :M - fr .uf N 'fd' H .3 :-- --.'..,,v,-,wx X 'Y' 5. SouJrhern's goll learn, coached by B. O. Van l-loolq, Jroolc a berlh in lhe Slale lnrercollegiare Tournament They enlerecl +he Sourhern College Tournamenr and rhe Colonial Tournamenl, winning several individual awarcls. Some of The reams Sourhern compered againsr clur- ing lhe season were Millsaps, Pensacola and Spring l-lill. 252 Golf Coach l B. O. VAN HOOK Teeing off PuHing on green 2 5 fig iv ,J nr.."'..'2Q", Qmv will , ,ff-lv' YH Q W. 2 in 'egg sm Q 5521? ' 9 A 2 , f 530 QBBUT . QJAUU7 W7 55 59 QQ 5 lf? W3 PI SUUTHERNT 1955 TRACK TEAM ni eu. Y , fi 3, .fs ., ,' X' "' -in I xg -: . ' -- . s.. 'if , ., ', . ' '. fi f , Tift, gyv J: is ' J? ' -bs ,vo S , , 94 ... V, -Z . ff fixxga-' ., ,' ' Q L - 4 - v f .M , B " Ky. 7-JK, L -' 'v' ,yi .I ' 4 f Sylxf .H sa- 'Gf' ig E .M 1" - ,fr ' 4 LETTERMEN ED PARKER JERRY TAYLER PI-IIL GRAY SAM I-IOLLINGSWORTI-I DOUG I-IENDON JOI-IN ALESON BOB SCOTT JIM ERAZER POKEY FAGGARD JOE GOODWIN DICK LINDON Poclcey hurdles for Sou+I1ern Www HISTURY Louisiana Tech places firsf In dashes 'T' '...,..,.., mv u""w,., firm- Nw' +, - 1 -Q-. -gf, 'QQ- ' I.. ,D , DIV! 5. GT ai 'ge ' , 3 B r q,5cfA35"'f . - N. ' f K ? C . ,H . , . .. -'z:y.,..-X4 5 ' if Q ,, - , J, ., . -:D 4 - 1,-1-I Y, WN 162, . - - z.-:QNX - wTw,,-- law, -N-f -I . ' . I .. . M - '- W '4 'ffl " ' '. ' ,V "-V" -'z--f'-.jf .... 3:3 ' ' , ' In ? 'r -6:1 ..I'- . 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X ,AE , m x x L ff rj -'U XX L J f .1-rang' Y i , Ir is The primary purpose oiC+r1eIN- " , TRAMURALS +0 provide every sru- ,f denr in Mississippi Sourhern Jrhe op- fl, i porruriiry +0 compeie and parlricipare Q in an afhlelric: or recreerional acriviry j of his or her desire. I 3 . 51" 'wi ' Y Q ,N X r ilk' Q nrt- , -i- ! 'Q' :lj I Q 256 PING PUNG INTRAMURAL ACTIVITIES TEAM SPURTS BASKETBAII. TENNIS Sllffg F SWIMMING TRAC TENN BASEB BADM HORE PING GOLF TABLE TENNIS INDIVIDUAL SPIIRTS WEIGHTS BOXING 30XlNg WEIGHTS BASKETBALL liralernily Kappa Alpha . Kappa Siqrna lnclependenl Cellics . . , . Kniclcerboclfers SOFTBALL Biloxi lndians Ace: , . SWIMMING Kappa Alpha. , lvlilvlillan. . Kappa Sigma BADMINTON Singles Leonard Dull . Jim Cox. . . Doubles Cox and Mullins. , . Triqq and Dunham. . . , GOLF Championship Fliqhl Jolly McCarly . Fred Smallwood . . . lsl Fllglll Bennie Williams Jimmy Mason. . 2nd Fliqhl C. J. Beysselance. . , . Dudley l-lerringlon . . TENNIS Singles Duqger , Toillel. , . . . Doubles Keyes and Founlain .,.. Simmons and Web lsl 2nd lsl 2nd Isl 2nd lsl 2nd 3rd lsl 2nd lsl 2nd lsl Zncl Isl 2nd lsl 2nd lsl 2nd Isl Zn FOOTBALL Fralernily League Kappa Alpha , . Kappa Sigma . lndependenl League Shimp Piclcers. . Horsemen . . . BASKETBALL 5 Leaques 32 Teams enlered l95 Games lo be played ..Isl 2nd ..lsl 2nd Lil . I-, A I l...,.s.... M ,x,.. .J' Tennis M. C. JOHNSON. . "l'm gonna 'llwrow "Swan Dance" U E ' Intramurals tor the l954-55 season were conducted under the direction ot Miss Grace Von Ehrenlcroolr with Miss Jean Kubic serving as faculty adviser. For the previous year there were: I3 participating organizations. 3IO individuals who participated, and the program ottered I6 activities. The purpose ot intramurals as stated in the intramural constitution tor the I955- 56 season is: To otter tor all students ot low and average, as well as high slcill, a chance to talce part in a well-organized program and develop abilities and attitudes so that they will establish habits ot physical recreation and continue with one or more ot the recreational activities through adult lite. The women's intramural program is governed by an intramural board com- posed ot representatives trom each par- ticipating organization, managers ot cur- rent sports, the intramural director and is Pinging . . . A . . . Pong the tacultv adviser. . ii,s r f r I got it . . 259 VOLLEYBALL Bolton I-Iall , . . . .lst B SU. ..,..,. . . Zrrl Hattiesburg Hall . , 3rd TABLE TENNIS DOUBLES Bolton Hall: Bc-tty Page and Barbara Harrrr ARCHERY Wesley Foundation: Amanda Eranltlri BASKETBALL B.S.U. ...,.. . , . Igt Bolton Hall .... , ,Znd Hattiesburg Hall. , . . 3rd HANDBALL B.S.U.: Lucille Fortune BADMINTON DOUBLES Delta Sigma Epsilon: Sarah Steelrnan and Barbara Herrin TABLE TENNIS SINGLES Bolton Hall' Betty Page SPRING QUARTER ACTIVITIES OFFERED: Softball Swimming Tennis Sinqles Deal Tennis Doubles Horieshoes Golf THE WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL BOARD BETTY PAGE, Team Captain tor Bolton Hall, Manager ot Tennis Doubles ANITA STRATTON, Team Captain tor Hiclrman Hall JOYCE SMITH, Manager ot Co-ed intramurals EMILY DAY, Manager ot Co-ed Intramurals MAUREEN MITCHELL, Intramural secretary EMILY POOL, Team Captain ol Wesley Foun- dation VIRGINIA BALL, Team Captain of Baptiist Student Union JOYCE LEWIS, Team Captain of Kappa Delta PEGGY MQKITHEN, Team Captain ot Delta Delta Delta BETTY ANN JONES, Team Captain ot Chi Omega HONORINE DAMBARINO, Team Captain of Phi Mu BETTY SLAY, Team Captain ot Sigma Sigma Sigma BETTY BROUGH, Team Captain ot Delta Sigma Epsilon TERESA CLEGG, Team Captain ot Alpha Sig- ma Alpha BESS TILLARY, Team Captain at Hattiesburg Hall RUTH WARREN, Sports Manager ot Volleyball, Sports Manager ot Handball SARAH STEELMAN, Sports Manager ot Arch, eryg Sports Manager ot Badminton doubles BARBARA HERRIN, Sports Manager of Table Tennis doubles SUE ROSS, Sports Manager ot Table Tennis singles SHEJIIELEY MOSER, Sports Manager ot' Basket, a JEANNINE CANAAN, Sports Manager ot Bad- minton singles JEANETTE WEATHERSBY, Director ol intra- murals GRACE VON EHRENKROOK, Faculty Advisor 4165, WOW X ' 1 v - A 4' b x L s ,QP ' B' Tig, x I' 1 Bi "4'n' Ox 6 an Q, K' Q1 .U N A '41 A I 73 F F - " " Lvl? U 4 N . . W , -A .- U . ,- A , , , fn e 1g4,,,,,,,, Wg " , fi. ,, lffagff' , 1 Q ' 7" V 1 , '4f4.7m,Rf, fl- L , ,Lf i p. In j 5. 1 W 2 , f 1 1 , 'tj N X - f ,Q H 4' 1 ' 1 9 1:1 . 'fi I -Q -N-A., .55 . - as 1' ' URBAN 1 zen X 9 I , Y- .,,,,6,, , . L 7. 5 uf. . .vfdlllfg I " F 5 5 X ,.,, ' V 'J 'QW M x 2 -.fy 4 as 4539 ,3f1v2'W I 2 ff ' IZATIUNS ,--Q. Kay Crenshaw, Perry Milner, Carolyn Cochran. ALPHA LAMBDA Alpha Lambda was organized on our campus lo honor oul'- slanding women oi lhe freshmen class who have made en- viable records of oulslanding scholarship . . . iralernily aids lhe adminislralion wilh ils annual orienlalion program and helps whenever possible Those women sludenls' who have made failing grades in lheir academic sludies. CAROLYN COCHRAN NELDA ANDERSON PERRY LOU MILNER DORIS CALLENS . . KAY CRENSHAW . . MRS. LENA Y. GOUGI-l OFFICERS . . Presidenl Vice-Presidenl , . Secrelary . . Treasurer . . Hislorian . . Advisor Firsf Row: Billye Bob McCarver, Joan Courfney, Joan Baldwin, Mary Lynn Johnson. Ann Maflinson, Adair Bales. Second Row: Jan Sfockslill, Carolyn Cochran, Perry Milner, Kay Crenshaw. Third Row: Ann Gillespie, Shirley Bronson, Jean Claire Jones, Carolyn Mixon. Fourfh Row: Mrs. Gough, Mary Earl Lewis, Pal Culpepper, Dorofhy Bean. ,-f . I .HF FY 262 l . i' . I I A - r Q- I xx ,N t " i , Z' ss W I """'o Q9- f"n!'Q fr rv ,mg ,, 1, I A 59 my gg mf . ey. Seafed: Sara Prahl Joyce Nicholson, Sarah Bess Srewarf, Mariorie DuKafe, Wanda Jo-res, Wanda Sfemrarf, Neefa Sfagg. Standing. Roland Oesferreich, Dr. Har-twig, Mr Long, Jerry Wagner, Mark Blankensfem. ALPHA PSI UNI OFFICERS SARA PRATT . . . ...... ..,. G rand Direcfor MARJORIE DUKATE . . . . Grand Sfage Manager MARK BLANKENSTEIN . . . Grand Business Manager DR. G. F. I-IARTWIG , .,,,.... Advisor MR. T. R. LONG . . . .Advisor s Naiional I-Ionorary Dramaiic Fraferniry . . . promoies in- Jreresr and appreciafion of dramaiic arf . . . esIaIoIisI'1ecI a+ SouII1ern in I949 . . . recognizes oufsranding achievemenrs in coIIege clramaiics . . . membership may be gained by earning poinfs in all phases of 'fI1ea'rre. 263 Sara PraH, Mariorie DuKa1e, Mark Blankensiein. EEA Y? X 1 , 5 QD Organized group of Episcopal sfudenfs on 'rhe campus . . . member of nalrional organizafion of Can'rerbury Club . . . charfered ai' M.S.C. in Jrhe fall of I946 . . . aim is To serve The mission of Chris+iani+y in higher educafion lg fosrering among s+uden+s of Jrhis insfifurion a befier un ersfanding of 'rhe Fairh and pracrices of The Episcopal Church. r OFFICERS i fe, RALPH MANNY .......... , , ,pfesrdenf if V SONDRA SUTHERLAND . . . .Vice-Presidenf K I ' NITA SAETRE ...... . . Secrefary 1' A 7 - f A A REV. RICHARD A. PARK . . . .Rector Nifa Saeire, Sondra Sufherland, Ralph Manny. Farsi Row: Housion Penfon, Sue Spencer, Spencer eerreh, Nifa Saefre, Al eine. Second Rewr Pefer Henderson, Leonard Fuller, Lyn Smalling, Sondra Sufherland, Ralph Ma nny. f?Q? R ' ' 'QU' RQQXM pi? Iwi fi V' CL 'Z I - 2 i Z I 6 First Row: M. E. Tootle, Bill Quinnelly, Thomas Arnold, W. F. Galey, Glenn Spradling, Lewis Tremmel, W. B. Harlan. Second Row: Lige Mathis, Milton Haab, Robert Johnson, Lawrence Crews, Thad Powell, Norman Manning, Billy Carter. Third Row: Walter Gray, Bobby Larkin, Hebert McDaniel, James Bartield, Kimbal Hembree, Charles Gillis, Bill Ferguson. OFFICERS LEWIS TREMMEL . . ..,., . . President WENDELL GATES . vawpfesadenf c. W. WATSON . . . .secfeiary T. MILLER DICKSON . Treasurer GLENN SPRADLING Chancellor H. B. HARLAN . . . Advisor Gamma lau Chapter ot Delta Sigma Pi began on South- ern's campus as the Honorary Commerce Society on Octo- ber IO, I949. Later the group chose the name ot Beta Alpha. Under this name they were admitted into Delta Sigma Pi on December 9, l95O as lvlississippi's third chapter. One ot the many objectives ot Delta Sigma Pi is to prepare com- merce students tor participation in the business world. Cut- standing businessmen and leaders in the commerce tield are secured to speak at meetings. DELTA SIGMA Mike Shelton, Glen Spradling, Lewis Tremmel, Charles Gillis, W. T. Geley. 265 HND P I .114 V df ,ga I ,. if., . :.e'Q!!Qw:',- L, .. --L".f:Mf'7T'5-' E" 11. FUTURE TEACHERS UF AMERICA Local chapfer organized December II, I946 . . . named in honor of George G. l'lursf, a former professor af Mis- sissippi Soufhern . . . purposes are fo inferesf fhe besf young men and women in educafion as a life-long career . . . fo give pracfical experience in working fogefher in a democrafic way fo fhose who plan fo be fufure feachers of America . . . fo familiarize feachers in fraining wifh fhe his- fory, efhics and program of fhe organized feachers profes- sion . . . fo develop among young people an organizafion which shall be an infegral parf of sfafe and nafional educa- fion associafions. OFFICERS SUE ivllNTON . ...... , . ,Prggidgnf JAMES EASOM . . .Vice-Presidenf SUE CAMPBELL . . .secfemy ELLEN roLER . . , ,r,E,,5,,,e, DR. LEO MILLER . ,' , Advise, ' r g 'll d , D T B , E B a, Ma A n Carfer, Rufh Warren, Janice Rouse, Ellen Toler, Elaine Graves, Marilyn Yawn, Joan Moody, Joan Shamburger ggsonlsovgovlfljccgwee,ggffrfilis Za,-2lrqSCoffl,mDaarlleune Whiflecorffon, Carlene Durl-am, Charloffe Snowden, Pal Rollinson, O'Fallon Wilson. Third Row: Lyn Smalling, Sue Min for., jeannirie Ford, Glendoiia Lewis, Darla Skipper, Becky Montgomery, Bernice Jones, Qhrisline Cole, Carolyn M..xon, Frances Griffin. Fourth Row: James Easom Pafsy Wells, Rodney Fulfon, John Wilson, Frank Wriqhf, Bob Davis, Roberr Arnacker, Dr. Miller, Joyce Nicholson, Carol Boyles, Lynefle Glaze. 5 ----. N450 1, 3 A F.. .e -3354 H ,V :gs fn ks' 'ef' J 'g-.-. A I 266 T , 3 , . I, I ,I f I . 2 '- ' H 4 , ,,, Lf I Qff' I :ix I gl r l , rg Frrsr Row: Annie Kate Stringer, Mary Frances Johnson, Evelyn Gipps, Sarah Graves, Mary Cole, Edith Stockstill, Revia Coward, Virginia Lucas, Christine Cole, Mary Earle Lewis, Frances Kendall, Anna Moore. Second Row: Joan Courtney, We-da Suggs, Pam Nicholson, Norine Riley, Ann Waddell, Nell Singleton, Mrs. Patton, Mr Patton, Elizabeth Cooper, Miriam Middleton, Tommye Knigl-t, Carolyn Jackson, Mary Johnson, Betty Jean McCarty. Third Row: Edwina Sorrels, Shirley Thornhill, Carol Terrell, Lynn Cook, Zella Bunch, Anice Johnson, Sue Spencer, Christine Horne, Mrs. Chichester, Amanda Franklin, Vonceil White, Ann King, Donnis Brent, Mary Harri- son, Retha Hand, Barbara Farr. Fourth Row: Mary Walker, Margaret Magee, Mary Sunrall, Catherine Holder, Elizabeth Jones, Earlene Barnett, Carolyn Graham, Faye Berry, Radie Callender, Shirley Everett, Shirley Hollingsworth, Mary Boleware, Edwina Reddy, ELIZABETH COOPER . BARBARA FARR . CHRISTINE COLE . FRANCES KENDALL , MARY EARLE LEWIS . MRS. ELSIE CHICHESTER OFFICERS , ,President Vice-President . Secretary A .Treasurer , Reporter Sponsor Attiliated with the American Home Economics Associa- tion and the Mississippi Home Economics Association . . . membership open to all home economics maiors or students talcinq home economics courses . . . purpose is to stim- ulate interest in the tield ot homemalcing . . . touncled in i926 malcinq it one ot Southern's oldest organizations. HUME ECUNUMICS CLUB Elizabeth Cooper, Barbara Farr, Christine Cole, Frances Kendall, Mrs. Chichester, Mary Lewis. ,X , v,,, -0 ,531 . F XE. M "' viii if . I .. , 'gr-,.,,,,-4 1- J ,X C 0 0 21 267 Purposes ol Kappa Della Pi are lo promole a closer bond 3 among sludenls ol eclucalion ancl lo enler inlo fellowship L willn lliose dedicaled lo llne cause of leaching as a pro lession . . . encourages high professional, inlelleclual and personal slandards, and recognizes oulslanding educalional fsxhf-, conlribulions. Founded al Universily of Illinois, eslablisllecl l' l' al lvl.S.C. May 28, I954. f X 1 eg, lk .V iw g V g In . . Z , xr .31 r ' 1 ,g f" i ,n -.,L,,,,Y L - ' ' OFFICERS . -H ELLEN TOLER . . ....,. . . Presiden f r X lf' ' AUBREY LUCAS .... . .vice-Prerraerr if A MARY ANN HOLBROOK . , Secrelary L l mx PM cuLPEPPER .,.., Treasurer is DARLENE wrllrecorrorv . Hislorian .. ,W rr.. , . W DR, R. e. Bleeiow . . . Advisor Dr, Bigelow, Darlene Whilecoflon, Ellen Toler, Mary Ann Holbrook, Aubrey Lucas. KAPPA DELTA Pl Firsl' Row: Carolyn Mixon, Joyce Green, Dr. Bigelow, Darlene Whilecoflon, Ellen Toler, Mary Ann Holbrook, Ella Guinn, Aubrey Lucas. Second Row: Dr. Angeline Wal' kins, Dr. Pally Dowell, Dale Mays, Molly Welborn, Ellen Olsen, Hazel Black, Virginia McElhaney, Frances Myers. Third Row: Dr. R. A. McLemore, Dr. Darby, A. C. Jackson William Purvis, J. L. Pallerson, L. W. Loll, Winfred McElhaney. I Efvmi z 4 P 9'-sir ' li? A 268 ..- i Y' VJ' SeaTed: Ona Frances Johnson, James Cheek, Adair Bafes, Mr. Munn, MarTha Turner, Sue Key. Standing: Robe-rT King, David Zehner, William Hughes-, Wilfon Causey Edward Sharp, Rankin CIinTon, Jr., Roberf Jobes, Knox Broom. OFFICERS ADAIR BATES . . .,..... . . PresidenT JAMES CHEEK , . MR. JAMES MUNN , . . . . , Vice-PresidenT . . Corresponding SecreTary CHARLES YOUNG . ,....,. Treasurer MR. L. A. RIFE . . . . Advisor OuTsTanding maThemaTics sTudenTs recognized in This Na- Tional Honorary MaTheTmaTics FraTerniTy . . . purpose is To promoTe inTeresT in maThemaTics . . . aids The undergrad- uaTe in realizing The imporTance oT The role layed by maTh- emaTics in The developmenT oT The wesTern hemisphere. KAPP 269 A MU EPS ILUN NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS MARJORIE DUKATE . ....,... , . Presidenl' MAC HAAS -'-- . .Vice-Presidenl MARY ANN HEBERT . . . Secrefary CARL VOSS . . .Treasurer ED BELANGER . . . . , Marshal MISS FRANCES RECK . . . Advisor Aids ils members in a berler underslanding ol lhe leach- ings and praclices ol lhe Calholic: Church . . . creales fel- lowship among lhe Calholic: sludenls al Mississippi Soulh- ern . . . represenls M.S.C. al convenlions of lhe Nalional Newman Club . . . founded in l946. Firsf Row: Glenn Brune, Donnie Seuzeneau, Dol Larroux, Joan Logan, Carl Voss, Mary Heberi, Mariorie DuKa1e, Mac Haas, Eddie Belanger, Mary McCarlhy, Lila Moses, Elsie Del Vichlo. Second Row: Rene Moniol, Joe Terry, Ray Koenenn, Joan Sliqlefs, Don Leverelle, Evelyn- Pierce, Father Paul Gillis, Sfephanie Miholoivich, Kinfa Kergosien, L. C. Gunlolle, Miss Frances Reck, Andrew Romano, Jack Meyers, Paul Gonzales, Shelia Geesler, Carol Schuppon, Sonia Hilou, Herberl Sl. Amanf, Dave Zehner, Belly Salisbury, Beverly Baker, Joe Selaro, Sylvesler Daiuilia. Third Row: Mary Hayden, June Sanfanqelo, Charles Todaro, Moe Milchell, Monroe Cuevas, Ward Boursaw, Dom- inic Bumbaca, John Alberf, O, J. Alack, Larry Mauffray, Sam Tuccio, Joe Kersanac, 1 C7 xl ff N Ji - 270 fr- 42 5 v L1 f , I WWW Miki Firsl Row: Rev. Sam Barefield, Dr. Porler L. Forfune, Jerry Craff, William Frank. Second Row: Dr. Paul D. Brandes, Mr. Harvey Craff, Jack Hunf, David' Miller. Third Row: Mark Blankensfein, Aubrey Lucas, Ben Hillsman. OFFICERS JACK HUNT . . . . . . , . .Presidenl JERRY CRAFT . . . . ,Vice-Presidenl DAVID MILLER . . . . , Secrelary and Treasurer DR. PORTER L. FORTUNE . Advisor lnslalled al Mississippi Soulhern in 1954 . . . recognizes men who have allained a high slandard ol service in col- legiale aclivilies . . . serves 'ro inspire olhers To slrive for similar slandarcls . . . slrives lo bring logelher members of lhe facully and lhe sludenl body . . . invilralions for mem- bership are exlended lwice each year lo sludenls and fac- ully who have been recognized Tor characler, leadership and service in campus life, scholarship, fellowship, and con- secralion 'ro democralic ideals . . . founded af Washinqlon and Lee Universily on December 3, I9l4. UMICRUN DELTA KAPPA 'W 3' Tl i If, F, i P , la , , 271 f--x dx ,ff Joan Shamburger, Anifa Sfraifon, Mary Rufh Clayfon, Mary Lynn Johnson, Marjorie DuKa1e. Recognizes scholarship and leadership among women slu- denls ar M.S,C .... organized in l94I and reorganized in l95I . . . encourages service for ollrmers and developmenr of The finer qualiries of i'rs members . . . promofes high zfandards of democraric living . . . requiremenls are alrend- ance ar Sourlnern a minimum of live quarrers mainraining an average of "B" or berrer wirn no grades lower Than PHI DELTA RHU MARY RUTH CLAYTON IAARJORIE DuKATE JOAN SHAMBURGER ANITA STRATTON . MRS. LENA Y. GOUOH Firsf Row: Judy Haynie, Mariorie DuKafe, Mary Rufh Clayfon, Joan Courfney. Second Row: Jeannine Cannan, Joan Shamburger, Paf Culpepper' Mary Lynn Johnson. Third Row: Anifa Straffon, Carolyn Mixon, Mrs. Gough, Marilyn Copeland. J. ,,ff"' If C1 4 ling, .,,..--4, Q. ni J 7 OFFICERS "Q . Presidenf Vice-Presidenr . Secrefary . . Treasurer , . Advisor f. X. -if-Tf L fl ii , ,sign T if M ' fi 'f' Q' :P -f I l4'.l . ,, , . is Lf nqfgigi ? i . Ls ' y- 1 lij fi' - i' x fi ,V , I. !,f'f' i fy .g ' 1 l ' ' i 2 i' ,5 .1 ' 6 la ....,,m T"'i'M -nf-4 ,...-.... l Sealed: Marilyn Copeland, Pal' Culpepper, Mary Rulh Clayfon, Carolyn Mixon. Slandinq: James McQuis+on, Anita Slrallon, Jeanne Brown, Eugene Wink. Pal Culpepper, Mary Rufh Claylon, Mary Lynn Johnson. OFFICERS PAT CULPEPPER ........., . . Presidenf MARY RUTH CLAYTON . . . . Vice-Presidenl MARY LYNN JOHNSON . . . Secrelary-Treasurer DR. RALPH HITT .... ...,. S ponsor Organized al The Universily of Mississippi in I925 . . . eslablished al Soulhern March 3I, I9-49 . . . lirsl chapier io be added under lhe nalionalizalion of ihe organizalion . . . requiremenls for membership include 7070 "A's" for 90 quarler hours work as a minimum . . . ideals consisi of learning, loyally and purify . . . colors are while and deep 1 blue . . . 'rhe flower is +he while rose. l l l Promoles inleresl, scholarship and fellowship among busi- ness leachers . . . aids in civic loellermenl . . . encourages and loslers high elhical slandards of life. OFFICERS JEANNE BROWN . . .,i.,. . .rfesadeni NORMA DELL Mfws . . . .seaeiafy I MR. MARTIN srEeENeA . . Advisor MR. H. B. HARLAN . . . . Advisor Mr. Harlan, Jeanne Brown, Norma Dell Mays. Sealed: Virginia Dudra, Calherine Bianca, Jeanne Brown, Dell Mays, Shirley Wall, Mica Brown. Slanding: Mr. H. B, Harlan, Miss Frances Reck, Mary Lee Lipscomb, June Harvey, Dan Berry. l if 5 R ZSZBESIMIIX 5 gl ill? li fl 3 fl . , l l l fi l I' lg "4 " l Q9 ' -3-5. 225222 g , 5017" ' . -., ..,. WE: , g,5:a,:. 5 Sunni OFFICERS REBA JONES ............ , Presidenf MARY ANN HOLBROOK . , Secrefary GUY MILLIS ...... . .Treasurer PROP. JOHN B. MADER . . . Advisor I Sigma Alpha Efa is a nafional professional sociefy for i prospecfive speech and hearing fherapisfs . . . fhe only sfu- denfs' nafional organizafion in fhis field in fhe counfry and fhe only sfudenf group fhaf meefs annually wifh fhe Amer- :can Speech and l-learing Associafion in nafional conven- fion . . . Chief purpose is fo provide a medium for enriched professional and social experience and fhrough co-curricular acfivifies. l .gm 'nf . S, y of 1' Seafedz Pa? Harfridge, Rhoda Hord, Carleen Durham, Mary Margaref McCaslin, Mary Ann Holbrook, Marilyn Brown, Reba Jones. Standing: Dr. R. W Peters Eugene Sfassi, Prof. John B. Mader, Guy Mlllis. Mary Ann Holbrook, Reba Jones, Guy Millis, Prof. John Mader -.rss Q ,, ,-iw!!-'2' fs-if ,ads I A The Velrerans Club was formed 'ro promole fellowship among campus war velrerans . . . aids in service Io campus and communily . . . sponsors speakers for benelil of sludenf body. VETERANS CLUB Clarice Rudowski, Miller Griffin, Jr., Jimmy Price, Sferling Davis, OFFICERS STERLING DAVIS . , ....,. , , Cgmmmander JIMMY PRICE ..,, , . Vice-Commander CLARICE RUDOWSKI , ..., AcIiu+an+ MILLER GRIFFIN, JR. . . . .Vice-Commander , E f gf I I n I", p. I i bn. V35 ...N . . if 2 JOHN HILLSMAN . NANCY WAGNER . . GENEVA DAUGHDRILL MILTON MCDONALD DR. G. T. PREER . . l Y li ll il l OFFICERS . . . Presidenr . ,Vice-Presidenl . . . Secrelary . . Treasurer . . Advisor Membership in Jrhis Presbylerian organizalion is open lo all srudenls of lhal lairh . . . aclive parlicipanl in Jrhe srare Weslminsler Fellowship . . . promoles fellowship among Presbylerian sludenrs al M.S.C .... aids in bringing Chris- 'rian ideals 'ro 'rhe campus. l r 1, 'fr f Y W ' r' ' '. psy, , giggail I , , T, ,jg g I , is ,cv -H., 'j A ff! l 4 V " 2' "7 11, rf K i 'A , Ei' 1- Q! lb' 2 ' , l - f V I 0 xi Vs in ,X ,, i, K .1-T1 . Sealed: Darlene Whifecoflon, Milfon McDonald, Geneva Daughdrill, Nancy Wagner, John Hillsman, Kay Cox, Margaref Magee, Mona Walkins. Sfanclinq: Amanda Franklin, Nan Brown, Joyce Nicholson, Rebecca Rigler, Sfewarr Valadie, Glenda Richmond, Carolyn Freeman, Chris Marrioff. WESTMINSTER FELL WSHIP Geneva Daughdrill, John Hillsman, Nancy Wagner, Milron McDonald Rebecca Rigler, Sfewarf Validie. 277 6,6 . to f ix '- ' M" 5' -ff f i' g fellf if if V ,, A JA, W: :Nw - fd heir" 1 I 'F' A - 4 ,6 Vx' 1 . ' J . we T A -A 1 Q Q' 'fix Rx v in -in gy , V . ri A A ' 1 11 s if if " r 1 2 Wg: V-raw fa ,, 41' 'g -fy - is , F, , in QV ' 'N i rr 1 ' s-' S A 's E 2 X - 2 'Y Y at 4 3 AK 2 33 A , ss Y , if-:ff 4:'fef.r52. s I ' , -"1 . ' rf' "5'5 1',? W 3 4 "?,':"lfT , QT? H723 T6 iQ'tYl16fQ- K'i.si:a -e 3' , 2 is i . Q if if Girls who are interested in athletics and recreation make up this organization which stresses the importance of sports- manship . . . members strive to live up 'ro the standards oi good sportsmanship while participating in a sport as well as being a spectator . . . organized in the fall of l948. it sponsors intramural sports and basketball games with the women faculty members as opponents. OFFICERS SHIRLEY MOSER . ....,,. . . . President SARAH STEELMAN . . .Vice-President BETTY PAGE . . . . . . Secretary THERESA CLEGG . . . . Treasurer DR. ANGELINE WATKINS , . . .Advisor Shirley Moser, Sarah Steelman, Betty Page, Theresa Clegg, Marilyn Bennett. WUMEN'S PHYSICAL ED. CLUB On Floor: Shirley Moser, Sarah Steelman, Betty Page, Marilyn Bennett, Theresa Clegg. Seated on sofa: Ruth Warren, Glenda Kettrell, Joan Moody, Dr, Watkins, Barbara Herrin, Bette Brough, Adele Janus, Barbara Ross. Standing: Jeannine Cannan, Honorine Damborino. Kay Alderman, Maureen Mitchell, Virginia Ball, Joyce Smith, J' P F -41 Emily Day, Carol Scott, Betty Lou Alford. ' is f 2 me-,"f'i . sf 1 r -ss v "rw P ' ,,. 1 4. 5 ii-if C' V i,,g it D 45,55 f gg,-L.-T4 Q 5 A ' 4 ' fri' ' E ,Y V. ., ,. ' aw' A W- I V -1 I I , - . . , , , rf' ..., ' , ,. ..,v 0 E: l 0 za 3 l l 5 if 1 Sealed: Frances Farnby, Lou Ann Rudder, Dr. Walker, Ma,ry Pafferson, Marla Courlney. Slandmg: Roberl Hollingsworfh, John Hillsman, Peler Henderson, John Williams, John SullIvan, Robert Ham, Ephraim Garrelf. ALPHA EPSILUN DELTA John Sullivan, John Williams, Dr. Walker, Mary Sue Pafferson. OFFICERS JOHN WILLIAMS , . .o.. . .President vrrs L g I JOHN SULLIVAN ..,. . , VICE-Pfesadeni I MARY SUE PATTERSON . . , .secfeisfy 2 DR.J. FRED WALKER . . I ,Advisor A lnslalled al Mississippi Soulhern on Oclober 23, I948, lhis Nalional Honorary Pre-Medical Fralernily encourages ex- cellence in pre-medical work by furnishing a goal Toward A I'-- -I-f- I which lhe sludenl may slrive . . . bridges gaps belween pre-medical school and The school of medicine . . . provides " E '7'.i I.LR1:s: ::S:5s:5I+s-S i ...., 1 .-,.. . ....I,.. , .. . II fellowship among sludenls wilh common inleresl . . . par- licipales in school aclivilies such as Career Day. l l Z 51 r, e 1 awww r r gal , jf 5 We 1 . My Wayne Walley, Marla Courfney, Roberl' Hollingsworlh, Gene Probsf, I 4 l 3 1 S' l i 2 -vi. 'E John Sullivan, Dr. R. A. Woodmansee. 'XB This Nalional Honorary Biological Fralernily encourages scholarship in biological science . . . membership open lo all sludenls who have allained above "C" on 20 hours of biological science . . . inslalled al lvlississippi.Sou'rhern in A BETA BETA OFFICERS WAYNE WALLEY . , ...... . . .Presidenf QENE RRoBsr . , , . r .Vice-Presidenl MARIA coURrNEY , . . secrerary-Treasurer JOHN SULLIVAN .ir.s ..,., H islorian ROBERT HOLLINGSWORTH , c , Program chairman DR. R,A.WOODMANSEE , . r ,Advisor Sealed. Peggy Mayfield, Lillian Thadgard, Marla Courtney, Rose Wilson, Marie McKinnon, Joye Ingram, Jeanelle Nelson. Sfanding: Dr. B. Earl Prince, Dr. R. A. Woodmansee, Gene Probsl, Damianos Karandreas, George Mayfield, John Sullivan, Robert Hollingsworth, Dr. J, Fred Walker, Peler Henderson, Prof. Barry Valenfine, Eluena Valenline, Wayne Walley 280 's7X?f'i i J ,slr ii G fa I ,r .1 1-, or ...Q-dl .:A, '.'Q' - -V ,"A . 1 , . . ,. 'if ,. ' Q , ' V 2' 4 1 ,- -' ' w V OFFICERS BEN HILLSMAN . . .... , . . Presidenl SUE MlNTON . . . Vice-President DR. JOHN NAU , , . Secrelary GENE MANNING . . . .Treasurer MARY RUTH CLAYTON . . , l-lislorian Pi Tau Chi is a nalional honor sociely recognizing reli- gious leadership on college campuses . . . founded al Alhens College, Alhens, Alabama, in l923 . . . confers member- ships in recognilion ol oulslanding service and achievemenl in lhe lield ol Chrislian lailh . . . Soulhern's Della Alpha chapler was The lirsl chapler inslalled in Mississippi and was charlered in lhe spring ol I955 by a charler leam from The Universily ol Alabama . . . has no program ol ils own, since il supporls lhe belief lhal Chrislian sludenl leaders should be aclive in every aspecl ol campus life . . . exisls solely lor worlc well done. l 281 5. 1 ...,, ,,,,, , -4, .1 1 if ,Q s Nu. il, 1 3 Sealed: Joan Shamburger, Sue Minfon, Ben Hillsman, Mary Rufh Claylon, Gene Manning, Elizabeth Cooper. Second Row: Pal Culpepper, Nancy Wa land, Mary Lynn Johnson, Mary Rulh Taylor. Third Row: Aubrey Lucas, Dr. J. Fred Walker, Dr. John Nau, Howard Overslreef. PI TAUC gner, Fran Bree- H I Dr. Nau, Ben Hillsman, Mary Rulh Claylon, Gene Manning, Sue Minlon. - ,, ,' ,, L , N " ' V il ,,,', , ',- A -,,,. , '-" --r-- -.--i.-----V---V' . ,....- ,"' ' ' . . ' , K I i' Q SWF- l .,.,., ' 5 " - 'Isl FA " 'f k B , Nw .,.., . ,- 'TS - X fb . A V V ll' ini Y lrhrlyfr., ,. Xe: '-,we . . Q.. .li , . , ,, , ,ar gznllliyllr ll-ll? V- Q f N, . f- f ,-ri . il ziif w r F , fl.- ' 2 -'1. l li lliliJ i X , J "H llil ifl'lll?ip ?1h..,, M .f f . f l ll, --f -1, 25,5 f . J i :L , N . X' X , if ' ., f x wa-Aw, 1 xl Z:-F r C., N ,..-f' Q X ., '-X1 53" ui O c -O- :- m 'I : M- I cn ni 3: cn VI -0- m nv n R' an 'I .A- . - 3' I THE FORREST CCDUNTY BCDARD 0F SUPERVISORS SELBY C. BOWLING. President . . . . Bea+ Three HARRY H. BELL . . . . . Bea+ One LUTHER G. LEE . . . . . Bear Two J. A. P. CARTER . . . . . Beaf Four HERBERT H. LEE , . . . Bear Five We wish +o exfend our sincere promise of confinued suppor+ and cooperaiion lo Mississippi Soulhern College, Mississippi's finesl and largesf college and one of Forresr Coun+y's mos+ valued assers. Congraiulalions on your splendid growrh and line spiri'r We hope 'rhal Soulhern and Forresi Counly will conlinue lo march side by side seHing 'rhe pace of progress and developmenr in Soulh Mississippi. The people of Eorresl Counly exlend lheir besl wishes +o 'rhe adminisiralion, facully and sfudenls of M.S.C. is Bes+ of luck lo Mississippi's friendliesl college from lv1ississippi's Friendliesr counly omresft il. Qounity A good place To go 'ro school and a good place +o live l. .. ... 1 282 g -, l - 1 1 l 1 THE INDIVIDUAL COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE SYSTEM The individual competitive enterprise system and our republican form of govern- ment are inseparable-if we lose one, we shall lose the otherg therefore those who are interested in the preservation of the Constitution and our republican form of government should speak out against all tendencies, ideologies, plans, precepts and systems that tend in any way to limit or destroy our free enterprise system. We must not take our personal freedom for granted. The foundation stones of our republic-the Declaration of independence, the Constitution of the United States, the American Bill of Rights, and the faith of our forefathers--are being "chipped away" by those who believe in planned economy and who would substitute some form of national socialism for our individual competitive enterprise system. The ramparts of American freedom today are, as in the past, self-reliance, individual initiative, personal responsibilities, vigilance, thrift, pride and citizenship, courage and religious faith. tNe must not forget that "eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." Someone has rightly stated: "Freedom isn't free. lt's a hard-won heritage which had to be fought for and, unless we are willing to fight for its preservation, we shall surely lose it." lf we really believe in re-establishing and preserving the ideas and faith of our founding fathers, then, we as individuals should do everything in our power to help put back those two indispensable supports that Washington mentioned in his Farewell Address-Religion and Morality. Religion and Morality are just as indispensable today for human happiness and as the "firmest props of the duties of Men and Citizens." Without these two indispensable supports, which we all should respect and cherish, we cannot even hope for a victory over those who would lead us down the socialistic path to poverty under the pretense of taking care of everyone from the cradle to the grave. Are you helping to mold public opinion for the preservation of the individual competitive enterprise system? Public opinion is the most powerful material force in our form of government. Every freedom-loving citizen should take an active part in his government. We should advise and counsel, regarding pending public questions, with our elected representatives. We should vigorously protest the reckless spending of our money and we should remind our representatives in Washington that our form of gov- ernment can be destroyed by governmental extravagance and taxation. lf we are to reverse our present trend toward totalitarianism and socialism, we must place first things first as our forefathers did, recognizing that the greatest security of all is spiritual security-an unfailing faith in the King of the Universe, the God of our forefathers. CEIITWII- THE NATCHEZ ROUTE I THE DEPENDABLE ROUTE BETWEEN THE SOUTHEAST AND SOUTHWEST L. E. FAULKNER, Pnzsinsivr, HA'r1'iEsauRG. MississiPPl MlsslsslPPl CENTRAL RAILROAD Co. 283 M'ARTHUR CHEVROLET CCJMPAN Y FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION I I Phone JU 4-546l You re ahead all ihe way wi+h Chevrolei' 306-3 I 8 E. Pine Nighlr Phone JU 4-54-ol JW' ,,'T' I ' ,, ':: V hev,,TT I Us 2 " n RRRRTR :TH s BAKERY BEST WISI-IES PROM MCINNIS MEN S WEAR MAIN AT PINE SAVE TO HAVE' A bank accounl' esiablished early in your career will serve as a foundafion for Iulure bus: ness opera+ions and prove valuable in many ways . . . Lei us serve you! y CITIZENfS BANK I HATTIESBURG ' Haffiesburg -:- Mississippi ' "The Friendly Bank" Member , Federal Deposif Insurance Corporafion Federal Reserve Sysfem 284 I I I ll I 0 ll I f ' Yi Y i , 1 , , , 17 , Q , I My my 5.553 ,',,. We., .,.. 4: 'gigszfqfmiiu V zmiiqi- f:f'f7'7:""'4T. s gp 'IT'-A, in ,-"qv, , K I I v xx 5 - " '- X ' X"-, X... , I .-X, .gi X V -5 1 -. . " 11.-. "3iffl5'55".' I if :Xi If ' I .... ax , .. if V E ! I v X Ig 0 3, 1 4 s i e I Q 'K Q15 y ov 1 'Q I s 9' f ' ' ff iw fo I ' , 5 u'1'f-'ik M 1' HR T I I 1 3 03 S W 5 x ' -A 0' .. , N ,V , -4 -gk' fy Ze V I ., , X xv- 1 x s , , T X N 64 I x 'TN' X .. X' I I I 2 - l l -T o I WILLMUT GAS AND GIL COMPANY W-Mmm .,....,.w-'M-:.....""' ggfg i , 1""".,:'..".""""'......,.. .... I V M -if . g ..,.m...-.-'-M"""' so , I ,fi I 1 ........---------- . ,ps 1 ' puiU I A , S f WMA g L ::-:v - . -.v. .H X. .. . A uvb, 9 ,.., -.,V, , 1A 'Q I +I I I' " ii A"" ri ' in ii -4 MQW, 33. I xg? ,, ,X lj, if 2 .Q A,'- XXQXX 'i ., ,,,gZBQf'j . MSC Sfuclenis Learning io Cook in Home Economics Building Use Nafural Gas, fhe all purpose fuel, for cooking and I'iea+ing Serving SOUII1 Mississippi in I-Ialiiesburg, Collins, Easi Jackson, Magee, Mendenhall, and MI. Olive sPEED's SOUTHERN GULF SERVICE JONES SUPPLY C0- 24 HOUR SERVICE BUILDING MATERIALS Washing-Polishing-Waxing G H b G I M I I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI u Lu rica+ion- aso ine- oI'or Oi Phone JU 3-25.9 M. D- Speed C. ESTILL JONES W. O. CLARK I CQMPLIMENTS GOODJUCK I QF GOOD DIGESTION ci-IQCTAW DRIVEJN FORREST HOTEL RESTAURANT 41 "Bes+ Hickory Bar-B-Q Ribs in +I1e Sou+I-1" Highway I I Soulh I 285 WHEN SHOPPING IN HATTIESBURC5 COMPLIMENTS MAKE I OF PENNEY'S YQUR G. H. McELHANEY 8: SONS HEADQUARTERS COMPLIMENTS COMPLIIVIENTS I OE I oi THE DIAMOND SHOP Eorre5I I-IcIeI BuiIdEng S. H. KRESS H b g I g d+J I MAYO'S QUICK LAUNDRY 84 DRY CLEANERS Milner sys+em of Individual washing DEaI JU 4-9224 N IIw Main and Red Sires-I HaIIiesburq, IVII5 pp COMPLIMENTS OE FAULKNER CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY .. 286 MCMULLAN 210-214 Markei sf. PI'ToneJU 3-3014 COMPLIMENTS OF GULF STATES CIGAR AND TOBACCO COMPANY EQUIPMENT COMPANY INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS WHOLESALE FARMALL TRACTOR5 Cigars, Tobacco, Candy, and Sundries CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH HATTIESBURQI MISS- C0l'l'll0Al'll 011 is WZ? ' 07K HaHiesburg's OuaIiIy Deparfmenf Siore I fN Aw 0 'g 1 'Ti A - 13 -'-luv I -4 D , ,i M, f,,g".:f Tmmhmm 2 ' 'T , M5 ,L , , , 1 7 '77 V V T A dn gi : : I, , ,, I-L A A if 'i 'W' Q.. ,. I I I Hardy S+. Ph-one 3-2652 Haffiesburg, Mississippi 287 516-18 Forresf Street Tel. JU 3-1278 COMPLIIVIENTS COMPUMENTS QF HATTIESBURC-3 BOTTLING PF COMPANY INC. l M n fad rer of DRPPIPPPIQR -S 7-UP I-IATTIPSBUPG, MISSISSIPPI PERSONAL FINANCING STATIONERY CO. MOM, Repaymem PRINTERS - LITHOGRAPHERS - STATIONERS WHITE SYSTEM 312 Forresf Sf. Hattiesburg, Miss. OF HATTIESBURG. Inc. Phone JU 3-2913 Phone JU 4-5474 W. PM COMPLIMENTS OF HATTIESBURG GREAMERY HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Mississippi's Fines'r ,145 Laborafory Confrolled urn GRAUEA Dairy ProcIucIs PIan'r 'ff LREAM II7 Walmn S+. Dial JU 3-2546 288 KOMP EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC .T ffl V r .MM 'C-P"-. ,,..,,:-6' ' A A. me W U' ' - . y ENT COMPANY T KST? E ' UWM DISTRIBUTORS OF INDUSTRIAL 81 PLUMBING SUPPLIES I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI I E U-, . ,T A To AMES UU H 1 COMPLIMENTS OF 9 Fx-xRRloR MoToR oo JIMMY IAIIBHN S 'nC0fP0fa+ed BETTER BUY BUICK Phone JU 4-757I Collegian 3000 H dy q Q La Fcughn 2704 H rdy 400 W. Pune SI, I-IeII+esIJu q M 5 Jimmy Faughn's - Broadway Drive growing . . . MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE COLLEGE GIRLS LINGERIE-READY-TO-WEAR-MILLINERY-SHOES-ACCESSORIES Second FIoor ' S I . Open a Convenienf EI MANS . Ready-Io-wear 510 MAIN sr. Charge Acco I 289 FIRST NATIONAL BANK MAIN OFFICE 523 Main S+. HARDY ST. BRANCH PETAL BRANCH Member Federal DeposiI Insurance CorporaIion STANDARD SOUTHLAND FLORISTS DRUG STGRE AAIfIi2fQ'RiSi'IiiQ2TQSIPPI WALGREEN AGENT Member FAT-D. Phone JU 3-4381 619 MAIN Flowers by TeIegrapI1 Anywhere HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Phone JU 4'754I The Mosi' CompIe+e Deparfmenf SHEET MI SIC MUSIC ACCESSLDEQESHING MATERIAL S+ore In SouII'I Mississippi SEARS PIANO HCJUSE FeaI'ur'ng ROEBUCK AND COMPANY The NaI'ions Fii'1esI Pianos SPINETS-GRANDS-UPRIGHTS I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI I34 E. FronI SI. I-Iaffiesburg COMPLIMENTS QF JoI-IN SEXTON 8. co. , THE NATIONAL CHAIN Beverly DI'IVe'III Theatre WHOLESALE GROCERS .I-I-he Family Fave'-He.. P. O. Box 4I42 Federal Anne ATLANTA 2. GA. JU 3-I9I4 Highway 49 SOUII1 290 COMPLIMENTS PECK OIL COMPANY, INC. OF Disfribufors PHOENIX LAUNDRY SINCLAIR 81 C-EOODYEAR PRODUCTS I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 8: DRY CLEANERS I COMPLIMENTS STANDARD SERVICE STATION OF THE HOME OF HAPPY MJLEAGE AND FRIENDLY SERVICE Ph JU 3-I 147 AIemi+EmNTVI1e-eI Balancing Washing-Polishing-Waxing Kyso Iubrica+Ion-gasoline-mo'ror oil A CompIeIe Line of Amo Accessories TV CABLE COMPANY A PersonaI Service Thaf Safisfies Phone JU 3-I3I7 P. O. Box I46I E .Z , , V, ,L Y , , V 1--dl DOSSETTS DAIRY BARS A good -I-wo Place To Ioca+ions meef for Broadway a ddelrclous Drive and +13 Hardy S+. For I'I1e bes'r in maI'Is, sundaes, and cones! For Ihe Finesi' in Foods DOSSETT'S SUPER MART- MissIssippI's Finesf Food Sfore Hardy S+ree+, Corner I III1 Ave. 291 COLLEGE HEIGHTS GEIGER PRINTING TEXACO SERVICE AND hour service 24 OFFICE SUPPLY WASH'N.6gP3i1ZE!NiLEZZT!?M'0N COMPANY T R - - Road Service "Every'l'hing for +I'1e Office" DAYTON GILLESPIE, owner Geiger Building Phone JU 3-260' By Peas gl I-Iardy SI. Phgne JU 4.858I COMPLIMENTS OF DIXIE PINE PRODUCT COMPANY I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI ni I I Refreshment to You Through the Years Q. L, Q' NDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Bk HATTIESBURG COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY V W Y p 292 FIRST FEDERAL SAVING AND J,,f"'-SET,-T 3 I af ul""' Ii Currenl' Dividend 3 V2 cya LOAN ASSOCIATION of HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI A mulual saving and home finance in- sliiulion serving over I4.000 people. Safely of your savings insured up Io SI0,000 by Ihe FEDERAL SAVING AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION, an Inslrumenlalily of 'rhe U.S. Governmeni Asseis over I7 Million Dollars "We are a-I Your Service" COLLEGE PHARMACY 2900 Hardy Slreer Opposiie MSC BEN KLING FLORIST "Flowers for all Occasions" HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI phone JU 3-2504 8l9 Hardy SI. Phone JU 4-SI46 W. R. Cell Phone 3-2033 CONSTRUCTION CO.. LTD. You' GENERAL CONTRACTORS THEATRE HATTIESBURG. MISSISSIPPI Highway I I Soulh of Haffiesburg 29 3 l l l I l l I I I l COMPIIIVIENTS HATTIESBURG Y TYPEWRITER COMPANY i OF Aulhorized Sales Agen+ UNDERWOOD STANDARD 3. ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS, SUNDSTRAND ADDING AND Saitcsfigvliiiierii-4!FpEI3ies COMPANY HATTIESBDRG, MISSISSIPPI 2lO Broadway Drive JU 4-548l 1 CALL ON COMPLIMENTS BuIlders Supply Company OF "Building Supplies from llwe ground up" Phone JU 3-4345 Your Friendly Ponfiac Dealer Sales wifh Service l-VXTTIFSBLIRG, MISSISSIPPI Telephone Ju 2-l5OI ' STAURANT 6 L QUNGE- if was 5 W .5 5.5 ' I 7 LOCAT'i ON THE' BEAUTIFUL p if Msssissnpm GULF' coAs'r' Hfqlr wa y .90v1fbb'way Gufpov-ff817oxl S I I COMPLIMENTS f II OF : HERCULES POWDER COMPANY ? 294 as you go tlilglie... CDIITINENTAL TRAILWAYS l i COMPLIMENTS OF Colonial Baking Company THANKS FOR YOUR FRIENDSHIP AND PATRONAGE WIMPY'S Campus Hangouf We are looking forward lo serving you in our new locaiion-The R. C. Cook Sludenl Union Building-where we will be-as always- "Tl1e Hearf of 'rhe Soufhern Campus" 295 HUB CITY OFFICE SUPPLY CO. ROYAL TYPEWRITERS A.B. DICK MIMEOGRAPHS ZI8 We-sr Pine Street Phone JU 3.036l- COMPLI MENTS OF SOUTHERN CLEANERS R. H. BRASWELL ONHGV Across From Lake Byron Phone JU 3-11071 THE HEIDELBERG IIDTEL Capilol Slreer In Downlown JACKSON. MISSISSIPPI M.S.C.'s Jackson Headquarlers For Ilmar lmospilable almosplmere join 'rlne crowd oISou+l'1erners wlno already make 'flue Heidelberg Ilweir home while in Jackson. Enioy 'rI1e Roof and +I1e Vic+ory Room 0l'lgl'Cttll,!CLfi0IfL1f fo EA? Soufkerner Ol' MANUFACTURING DIVISION fc CONSTRUCTION COMPANY P. o. Bax row JACKSON. MISSISSIPPI sf! I No.. I I6O Ins1'ruc+or's Desk -I T Desks Chairs I I . Tables , Laboralory Furni'Iure I 296 - COMPLIMENTS OF HIITTIESBURG HARDWARE STORE ga mega, Everyihing in HARDWARE AND GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 300 Mobile ST. Phone JU 3-3525 HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI COIVIPLIIVIENTS OF AMERICAN SAND 8. GRAVEL co. ,,y?f,,ff'L:5, HATTIESBURG BRICK womcs g nu 3-4234 Q SOUTHEASTERN MATERIALS CO. Q ournmunc lu SOUTHEASTERN MATERIALS CC. O MM' 0 OIITce: Ross Bldg. Tel. JU 4-6436 Nea HATTIESBURO. MISSISSIPPI l SOUTHERN S SUPPORTERS BARNES' SEED AND FEED CO. WILSON'S FRENCH RESTAURANT ROLLINGS' JEWELRY COLLEGE BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP PIPPEN-CARSTENS STUDIO PHILLIPS' ELORIST TOWN AND COUNTRY STORE CLINTON LUMBER CO. LOVE DRUG CO, I'IARDY'S DINING ROOM 297 Bufkin, A Acevedo, Mary Ann, 134. Acker, Harold, 114. Acker, Mrs. Laura S., 156. Adams, Anne, 144, 198. Adams, Jerry E., 114. Addy, Betty, 114. Agent, Terris G., 42, 213 Ainsworth, Jerry, 114. Ainsworth, Jimmie, 114, 197. Aitken, Alice R., 134, 202. Albritton, Becky, II4, 197. Alderman, Kay, II4, 282. Alexander, Robert Leon, 42. Alfonso, Andy, 114, 214, 215. Alford, Bettye Lou, 42, 282. Farish, Stella, 136, I94. Alford, Joe, 134. Allord, Neil, 144. Allen, ert L., 156. Alb Allen, Anita, 144, 194. .Allen, Charles, 144, 218. Allen Corrinne Y., 156. Allen, Don, 42, 214. Allen Myrna Fay, 43. AI1enlTerr 144 zos . V. 1 - Allred, Martha, 29, 43, 205. Allums, Aiinette, 43, 184. Alsworth, Fred E., 134. Alworth, Ann, 134, 206. Arnacker, Robert R., 43, 270 Ambrose, Charles, 19. Anderson, Gale, 156. Anderson, 134. Anderson, Hayward G., I9 Anderson, Lucille, 114, 202 270. Anderson, Maytord Louise 43. Anderson, Mike, 134. Anderson, Nelda, 134, 201. Anderson, Peggy, I44, 201. Anderson, Shirley Jean, 43 Harold Keith 198. Angell, Mary, 114, 202. Anzalone, Sam, 43, 184, 214 208. Aplin, Rose, 134, 192, 197. Arata, Peter J., 144, 217. Ard, Jimmy, I44, 194. Arendale, Mrs. Helen F. 156. Arinder, Billy, 134. Arledge, Alice, 144. Arledge, Julie, Mrs., 144. Armstrong, Robert, 134. Armstrong, Terry R., 134. Arnold, Robert, 25. Arnold, Tommy, 114, 214 215, 269. Arohr, Bennie. Athletics, 222. 202. Atwood, William F., 43. Aust, James H., 44, 218. Aust, John B., 114. Austin, Bobby, 144. Austin, James, 44. Aver, An n C., 156. Avery, Virginia, 37, I34. Avery, William H., 34. Bachman, David R., 44. Badeaux, Bahm, Martha Mary Ruth, 144. Dee, 134 Bain, Otis, 144. Baird, Byrd, 44. Baisley, Robert, 144, 218. 144 194 274 Baker, Beverly, , , Baker, Wilbur NS, 134. Baldwin, Mary, 144. Ball, Virginia D., 134, 282. Ballard, Buona, Mrs., I44. Ballard, Charles, 144, 213. Ballard, Jo Ann, 156 Ballew, Mary E., 144. Bancroft, E. C., 45, 218, 219 Bartield, Doug, 237, 244. Bartield, Eugene, 134. Bartield, James R., 114,269 Barg, Dorothy. Baricen, Catherine, 144. Baricer, Cathie. Barlestron, Mariane. Barlow, Ardith M., 45. Barlowe, H. C., II4, 214. Barnett, Earlene, 45, 271. Barnes, Eugene, 37. Barnes, J ack, 37. Barnes, William, 144, 210. Barr, James, 114. Barnett, Joyce, I34. Barrett, William, 45. Barron, Joe, 45, 214. Barron, Pascal. Barrow, Sara Grace, 45, 205 Barrus R obert. Bartlr-tt,Wyndal1, 144. Batchelor Barbara B., 144 201. Batel. Adair, 24, 114, 171 181, 184, 197, 266, 273. Bauflhn, Robert F., 45. Bean, Dorothy, 134, 266. Beard, Patsy, 144. Beasley, Ernnstine, 144. Beasley Erskin, 46. Bock Marvin, 46. Beckett Ralph P., 144,210 Beckman Clilton, 134. B0ddinq,Bi1lic Mac, 214 Bnaweii, N, w., 17, iv. Beobo, Joan,,114, 202. Bergman, Faye, 144. Beeman, Mrs. Elvie W., 156. Bclanqer, Edmond R., 274. Belding, Billie, 134, 214. Bell, Franklin, 114. Bell, James F., 156. Bennett, Marilyn, 46, 282. Benny, Charles H., 156. Benvenutti, Eugene S., 46, 218. Berry, Carroll S., 134. Berry, Charles C., 114. Berry, Faye, 144, 271. Berry, Joan, 172, 210. Berry, Tommy G., 114. Bertram, Carol, 144. Besse, Lydia Grace, 134. Best, Joseph, 47. Best, William O., 156. Bethea, Guy J., Jr., 47. Bethes, Loretta, 134, 202. Beverly, Jane, 37, 114. Bevon, John E., 114, 214. Beysselance, C. J., 222. Bianca, Catherine Ann, 47, 196, 197, 278. Bigelow, R. G., I7, 19, 272. Biglers, Dallas G., 47. Bishop, Walter, 134, 218. Bivan, Alice, 47. Black, Billy, I34. 81ackIedge,A. C., 156. Blackledge, Mrs. Juanita, 156. Blackledge, Mrs. Theresa P., 156. Blackwell, Mrs. Lorene B., 156. Blaise, Robert Earl, 114. Boatner, Bobby, 47, 210. Bodman, James, 144, 210. Boggan, Laura Ann, 114, 198. Boggan, Wm. E., I57. Boleware, Mary Jane, 47, 271. Bolton, Jacquelyn, I44. Bolton, Thad H., Jr., I34. Bond, Ann, 48, 194. Bond, Betty, I44, 202. Bond, Wanda Lynn, 115. Bonnette, Richard P., 157. Bonifay, George A., 145. Bonoves, Raymond H., 134. Bontemps, Clement R., I45. Boothe, Robert S. Bornes, Eugene. Boroughs, Dr. Herman, 15. Bosticks, Mary Ann, 145. Boswell, I45. Bounds, George T., I45. Bounds, Frank, 48. Bounds, Mrs. Lillian, 48. Bourland, Jimmie D., 115. Bourne, Sam L., 115, 214. Boutwell, Metessa, 115. Bowen, Pat, 134. Bowling, Judy, I45, 197. Mable Ann, 24, Boyd, Jo Margaret, 115, 197. Boyer, William K., 145. Boyles, Carol, 48, 270. Bradford, Charles, 145. Bradtord, Lyman, 115, 217. Bradley, A. E., 134. Bradley, Roland C., 145. Bradle Silvia 134 205 Y, , , . Bradley, W. A. IBrad1, Jr., 115, 214. Brandes, Dr. Paul D., IB. Brandon, Russell, I34. Brantley, Gary L., 49. Brantley, Shelby R., 134. Brantley, William O., 49. Brauner, Carol, 115, 205. Breal, Harriet, 49. Breeland, Charles, 115. Breeland, Frances "Fran," 24, 30, 37, 49, 192, 200, 201, 285. Brehm, Nancy, 134, 194. Breland, Benny 8., 115. Breland, Covert D. Breland, Donald, 145. Breland, Jack, 135. Breland, Rupert, 30, 31, 49. Brent, Donnis, 49, 271. Bresnahan, Clara N., 157. Brewer, James H., 115, 218. Brewer, Robert D., 135. Brewer, Thomas, I45. Brewton, Eugenia Howell, 157. Bridges, Milton D., I45. Brinson, Elizabeth Polk, 145. Brinter, Joann. Britt, John, 115. Britton, Edward L., 145. Broadus, Donald, 27, 49. Bronson, Shirley 135, 266. Brooks, Albert Allen, 115. Brooks, Annalene, 115. Broom, lone. Broom, Knox, 30, 135, 218, 273 Broome, Billy Jeane 115. Brough, Bette, 50, 192, 198, 282. Brown, Barbara Ann, 145 174, 202. Brown, Catherine, 50. Brown, Cherie, 145, 206. Brown, Donald E., 135. Brown, Dorothy Jeanne, 25 50, 202, 277, 278. Brown, Douglas, 50, 217. Brown, Eleanor, 145. Brown Hilton K., 145. Brownlee Earl J., 51. Brown, James, 51. Brown, Jimmy 145. Brown, Joy 135. INDEX Brown, Judy, 135. Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown. Katherine, I57. Lamar, 115. Marice C., 157. Mary Janell, 135. Micha R., 157, 278. Bruce, Helen Gene, I45. Brumtield, James S., 51. Bryan, Bryant, Robert E., I57. Bettie J., 145. Buckholtz, Hazel A., 135, 198. Buckley , Frank W., 19. Buckley, Harold D., I45. Buckle Travis, 115. Y. Buckley, Ward T., 51. H. Jeannette, 135. Buie, Frances E., 145. Bullard, Martha Ann, 115. Bullock, Crawford, 115. Bullock, Gerald H., 115. Bumbacca, Dominic, 24, 30, 115. 274. Bunch, Zella Ree, 115, 271. Burch, Constance, 37, 51 200, 201. Burdette, Joanne E., I45. Burke, Stanley, 228. Burkett, Karen, I45. Burns, Albert, 135. Burns, Charles, 51. Burns, Gerrie, 37, 51. Burris, Flors, 157. Burris, Robert, 210. Burrow, Glen, 51. Busby, Janice, 52. Busey, John F., 116, 218. Bush, Emily, 135, 202. Butler, Carolyn, 145, 197. Butler, Harold, 135, 210. Byant, Frances. Byrd, Charlie, 116. Byrd, Mildred, 116. C Cade, R. Burr, 135. Cagle, Casey, I45. Cagle, Kenneth Leon, 52 217. Callender, R. Faye, 116 271. Callaway, Betty, 116. Cameron, Arthur L., 52. Cameron, Charles, 52, 214. Camp, Thomas E., 53. Campbell, Joanne, 135. Campbell, Ouellyn, 37, 145 205. Campbell, Sue M., 37, 53 200, 201, 270. Canaan, Jeannine, 53, 196 197, 276, 282. Capps, Robert E., 116. Cardenas, Eddie, 226. Carithers, James A., 34. Carl, Thomas W., 116. Carley, Francis, I45. Carlton, Frank, 116, 217. Carmichael, Mamie R., Jr. 116. Carnes, Eddie L. Carney, Wayne A., 116. Carpenter, Mrs. C. L., 116 Carr, James W., 116. Carr, Norman Dale, 116 214. Carron, Richard B., 30, 136 Clayton, Edgar, 146, 217. Clayton, Mary Ruth, 55, 206, 207, 276, 277, 285. Clayton, Nancy, 146, 202. Clegg, R. H., 14, 19, 30, 208, 209. Clegg, Theresa, II7, 197, 282. Clements, Rodney, 146. Cleveland, Betty. Clinton, Doyle, 117. Clinton, Rankin A., Jr., 55, 273. Coaker, Jerry R. Coates, Kenny, 235. Cobb, William H., 146, 210. Cochran, Carolyn, 39, 135, 173, 206, 266. Cochran, Shelby, 117, 218. Coker, Patsy, 146, 194. Cole, Mary Christine, 117, 270, 271. Cole, Donald, 146, 217. Cole, Tom E., 18, 34. Coleman, Mary Elizabeth, 6 194 14 , . Colley, Jean. Collins, Betty J., 117, 198. Collins, Doris, 135. Collins, Mrs. Elsie, 157. Collins, Jesse E., 55. Collins, Collins, Jesse M., 55. Mrs. Paulene. Collins, Walter R., 55, 213. Colson, Edward, 146. Combs, Claudette, 135, 206. Comtort, Carolyn, 146. Corner, Robert J. Commander, Gary J., 135. Cone, Harold Lee, 146, 218. Conn, Ferrell, 146, 217. Conn, Walter O., 55. Connift, John, 29, 146, 218. Constantine, Tom, Jr., II7. Cooder, Arnold. Cook, Ardis, 146. Cook, Chas. Hampton 184. Cook, James F., 135. Cook, Lydia L., 117. Cook, Wm. P., 55. Cooke, Dan, 117, 213. Cooksey, Sarah, 135. Cooley, Athon E., 146. Cooner, Scottie, 56, 194. Cooper, Bill, 146. Cooper, Carle, 56. Cooper, David, 146, 218. , 157, 217. Carson, Geneva Anna, 53. Carson, Roland C., 53. Carter, Betty, 145. Carter, Billy G., 116, 269. Carter, Charles G., 145 213. Carter, Earline, 145. Carter, Gerald E., 135,214 Carter, Jerry, 183. Carter, Malcolm, 53. Carter, Mary Ann, 135, 198 270. Carter, Mary L., 116. Carter, Ra F., 116. Carter, Sylvia, 135. Carver Robert, 116. Case, Cecil M., 135. Castleberry, Percy Preston 37, 145. Causey, Wolton E., 135,273 Caves, Catherine, 116, 197. Caves, Leonard B., I57. Chain, Ann, I45. Chancellor, George, 116. Chandley, Frank, 116. Chaney, Billy G., 53. Chapin, Richard, 116. Chapman, Robin, 116. Chatham, Rita, 135. Cheatham, Clois, 53. Cheerleaders, 31. Cheek, James B., 116, 273. Chestang, Billy, 145, 210. Childress, 8ruce, 146. Childress, Ruby, 146. Chipley, Frances, 54. Chisolm, Hubert luan, 54. Christmas, Elvoa D., 116. Churchwell, Stacy E., 135. Clark, Anna, 146. Clark, Carolyn Jo, 146,205 Clark Chester, 54. Clark, Davis, 34. Clark, Ella Jane, 54. Clark, Lesley C., 157, 232. Clark, Norman, 117. Clark, Ouida Sue, II7. Clark, Wesley 1Buzzy1, 157 231. Clarke, Janis Ann, 55, 201. Cooper, Elizabeth Ann, 37, 57, 271, 285. Cooper, George Edmond. Corleland, George Mitch- ell, 57. Copeland, Marilyn, 57, 184, 194, 276, 277. Corr, Bill, 135. Coskern, Avis B. Cotten, Paul David, 37, 135, 218. Couch, Anita, 146. Couey Charles J., 57. Couglas, Harold J., 34. Coulter, Sammy, 146. Courtney Joan, 57, 117 175, 182, 188, 192, 193, 194, 266, 271, 276. Courtney. Martha, 117, 194 283, 284. Courtney, Stella, 146, I94. Covert, Kathleen, 146, 205. Covert. William, Jr., 57 218. Cowan, Morris, 146. Coward, Reria Y., 271, 135. Cox, Billy G., 117. Cox, Charles, II7. Cox, James Oliver, 111, 57 212, 222. Cox, Kay, 31, 146, 281. Cox, L., 135, 201. Cox, Prentiss, II7. " Coxwell, Mervin, 135. Coziar, Carol, 136. Cratt, Jerry, 37, 57, 187 216, 217275. Crafton, Kay, 136, 201. Craig, Elaine, 146. Craig, Peggy Joyce, 58. Cran, Barbara, 146. Cranford, Charles, 117. Cranford, Margie, 136. Crasto, Donald. Craven, Gene, 58. Crawford, Betty Jean, 58. Crawford, Billy Joe, 146. Crawtord, Margie. 37. Creel, Octavia, 146. Creel, William T., 58. Crenshaw, Kay, 136, 183 194, 266. Crews. Lawrence M., 37,59 269. Crittenden, Ted Lane, 59. Crosby. Jerry, 146. Crowder, Bessie Grace, 59 Crum, Paul H. Crumbly, Mary 202. Csazar, Louis, 59. Culpepper, Carroll 218. Culpepper, Elizabeth, 158. Culpepper, Ellis C., 146. CulpeDDer Patricia Ann, 42 59 196, 197, 266, 276, 277 285. Cunningham, Elizabeth, 59. Currie, Danny M., 117. Crull, Clara Mary. Crumbley, Mary. Cuevas, Monroe, Jr., 146, 274. Cunningham, Kay E., 146, 202. Curry. Earl, 146, 217. Curry, Janet, 147, I94. D Daherty, James H. Daigle, Alton, 136. Dale, Geraldine, 117, 206. Damborino, Honorine, 117, 205, 282. Dana, Donald, 147, 214. Daquilla, Henry, 147. Darby, Martha, 37, 117. DarbY. Dr. O. N., 14. Darnall, Joe F., 59, 214, 215. Daugherty, Mariorie, 206. Daugherty, Odett, 59. Dauqhdrill, G e n e v a, 60 281. Daughtry, Burns, 136. Daughtry, Mrs. Pansy, 60. Davenport, Walton, 60. Davis, Allen M., 147. Davis, Annette Wells, 60. Davis, Buddy, 136. Davis, Douglas Clinton, II7 Davis, Edwin, 118. Davis, Ellen, 158. Davis, Gerald R., 136. Davis, Grace Lightsey, 61. Davis, J. Harper, 61, 208, 209, 212, 213. Davis, Jimmy B., 61, 217. Davis, Judy, 118, 202. Davis, J. Treadwell, 19. Davis, Kelly Sue, 118. Davis, Louis H., 61. Davis, Marie, 19. Davis, Miller, 118. Davis, Robert Eugene, 61 270. Davis, Tracy, 136, 214. Davis, Mrs. Wilma H. M. 158. Day, Emily, 29, 118,201 Dearman, Carolyn E., 206. Deaton, Bettye, IIB. Deen, Dwight K., 61. Deerman, Ronald. Dees, Phyllis, 147. Delacruz, Chester, 29, 118. Delancy, Nell, 118. Del Vicario, Patrick, 61. Denham, Jimmy, 147. Dennis, Bethna, 61. Dennis, Cynthia, 136. Denson, Robert E., 24, 26 136. Dent, Bill, 37. Desilvia, Sandra, 118, 194. Desoain, Clara, 62. Devender, Charles Van, 155 Dewitt, Billy R., 118. Dewitt, Charlotte, II8. Dexter, Lela Ann, 136. Dick, Patricia Ann, 62. Dickerson, Fred, 62, 210. Dickerson, Mary Frances 147. Dickson, T. Miller, 118,269 Dildy, Arlene, 158. Dixie Darlin s 39 , 282 147 g, . Dixon, Tommie Jean, 136, 192, 202. Doggett, Joe Stone, 231. Doggett, Slater, IIB. Donald, Betty, 118. Donelly, Joseph A., 62. Dossett, Wilmer, 147. Doster, James L., 118. Douglas, Billy, 118, 218. Dowdle, Chester, 136. Dowell, R. C.. 158. Dowdy, Robert. Dowell, Pattie Simmons, I9 272. U Dowling, Willie, 63. Dove, Harold. Draughn, Liston, 158. Drennan, Shirley, IIB. Drever, John S., 63, 185. Dromrnand, Patsy. Duff, Leonard, 222. Dukate, Mariorie, 24, 118 196, 197, 267, 274, 276. Dumas, Betty Lynn, 63. Dunaway, Charles, 136. Duncan, Norman, 147. Dunn, Ann, 63, 206. Dunn, Geraldine, 147, 202. Dunn, James E., 63. Dupre, Boggess J., 63. Durham, Carleen, 63, 205, 279. Durham, Virginia 63. Durkee, Doris, 147. Durkee, Louise, 158. Durkee, Robert, 158. Durwood, Cratt. Dyas, Shelba, 147. Dykes, Dora Reba, 158. Easom, Barbara L., 147, 206. Easom, James L., 24, 118, 270. Eaves, Allene, 147, 197. Eaves, Janice, 136, 197. Eddy. Don, 136. Eddy. Gordon H., 147. Edgar, Harold, 118. Edgar, Virginia, 64. Edwards, Annie Celeste, 64. Edwards, Jean, 136. Edwins, Mary Ruth, 158. Eide, Katherine, I9, Ellis, Al, 24, 147, 268. Ellis, James R., 26, 27, 119. Ellis, Philip, 147, 210. Ervin, Sue, 136. Esarey, Robin, 147, 206. Esbey, Iva, 147. Eskridge, Billy C., 119. Eskridge, Jimmy Ray, 64. Essarv, G. D., 136. Ethridge, Edwin M., 158. Ethridge, Vondee, 119. Eure, R. E., Jr., 119. Evans, Ed, 64. Evans, Jimmie, 119. Everett, Shirley, 119, 271. Ewell, Willie Evelyn, 19. F Faggard, Wendell, 119, 214. Faike, Charles, 221. Falke, Donna Mae, 65, 205. Farr, 271. Faust, Barbara Jeann, 65 Daniel Edwin, 65. Fayard, Robert, 147. Felder, Virginia, 19. Ferguson, Bill J., 65, 269. Ferguson, Prentiss, 147. Ferguson, Walter Neil, 119. Filling im, Paul, 119. Fischer, Darly, 37. Fisher, Eugene, 65. Fisher, John, 119. Fisher, Kenny, 244. Fische Fitzge r, Kenneth A., 147. rald, Dave, 232. Flake, William H., 65. Fleming, Bonnie, 37. Fleming, Roma Rea, 147 205. Fletcher, Mary Delane, 65 206. Flowers, Ralph R., 119. Floyd, Lorraine, 147. Floyd. Roland R., 136. Flynn, Pat, 65, 27, 205. Flynt, Joe G., 66, 213. Flynt, Madeline, 19. Foard, Jeannie, 136, 198. Foley, George R., 136. Foley, Margaret, 147. Foley. Maxine, 136. Ford, Martha, 136, 206. Ford, Monakay, 147. Ford, Sarah Jane, 119, 205 Foreman, Barbara, 66, 192 193, 196, 197, 218. Formby, Frances E., 119. Fortenberry, George, 66. Fortenberry, Kenneth, 147. Fortenberry, Lem B., 119. Fortenberry, Shelby, 66. Fortner, Jane, 119, 206. Fortner, Judith, 119, 192 206, 207. Fortune, Lucille, 119. Fortune, Dr. Porter L., 13. Foster, John H., 67. Foster, Malinee, 119. Fountain, Gordon, 66, 208 220, 221. Fournier, Ralph D., 147,218 Fox, Ann, 136. Foxworthe, Emmet, 67. Francis, Bob, 136, 218. Franklin, Amanda E., 136 271, 281. Franklin, Barbara, 206. Franklin, Linda, 147, 201. Franzen, Peter M., 136. Frazier, John M., 16. Freeman, Carolyn, 37, 147 281. Freeman, Jean, 136, 202. Freeman, Kay, 27, 67, 185. 197. Freeman, Lavon, 119. Freeman, William T., 67. Freman, Elaine S. 1-rench, Patricia, 147. French, Revecca J., 147. Frentz, Clarence T., 67, 216. Fritzche, Bertha M., Dr., 17. Frye, Joan 136. Fulgham, Darnett, 136. Fulqhan, Rodney, 119. Fuller, Leonard, 119, 268. Fulmer, Carol Lynn, 148, 194. Fulton, Rodney, 119, 270. G Galloway, Verlin, 158. Gandy, Margaret, 148. Gardner, E. O., Jr., 67, 227. Garich, Ava Dean 137. "Ch ll Garner, Marye O V." 119. Garner, Robert, 148. Garret 283. Garret t, Ephraim, 148, 218, t, Fred, 67, 213. Garrett, Luther L., 119. Gartrnan, Thomas, 120. Gates, Gene, 137. Gatlid, Lillie, 137. Gavin, Wendell, 120. Gay, Jack Lamar, 120. Gee, Jerry 143. Geesler, Shelia, 148, 194, 274. Gehring, Mary L., 19. Gentry, Mary K., 30, 67, 197. ilmore Gesford, Carol Ann, I48. Harris, Virgil. Harrison, Mary Alice, 72, 206. Giaguinto, Joe, I37. I94, 27l. Harrison, Patricia, 72. Hartfield, Roy James, I2I. Hartman, Patsy, I37, 202. Hartness, Martha, I2I. I-Iartridge, Pat, IS9, 279. Harvey, Kenneth C., I2I. Ingersoll, Warren A., I49. Inglis, Jean, I38, 202. Ingram, Joyce, 77, 284. Innis, Monte, I49, 2l3. Int, Alvin, 244. Irving, John, I22. Ishee, Bonnie Sue, I22. Gibbs, Evelyn, 68, 27l. Gibson, Gerry, I20, 202., Gibson, Marilyn Virginia I48. Gibson, Mary Nelle, I20. Gilbert, William. Gilleon, Edward A., 159. Gillespie, Anne, 20I, 266. Gillespie, Nancy Ann, I20. Gilis, Charles, 68, 269. Gilly, Doris, I37. Robert B I37. G , ., Ginsberg, Sidney, 68. Givan, Jean, 29, I20, 20I Givens, W. McMath, I59. Givens, Robert, I48. Glaze, Lynette, I20, 270. Glenn, Sherrill, I48. Glisson, Mrs. Lou Alice, 68 Goforth, Cecil, I48. Golden, Marguerite, I20. Gonzales, John Edmund, I9 Gonzalez, Rene A., 26, 27. I20. ood ame Lucile H IS9 G q , ., . Goodwin, Joe L., 69, 2I4, 2I5. Gordon, Ruth, I20, I48. Goss, Geraldine, I48, I94. Gough, Dean Lena Y., I3. Harvey, Patricia June, 73 I98, 278. Harvey, William J., l2I. Hassell, Dot, l2I, 2Ol. Hatten, Jim, I37, 2lI. Hay, Lidell, I37, 202. Hayes, John D., I37, 22I. Hayes, Pat, 37. H a y d e n, Mariannae, 73 274. Hayden, Robert M., I48. Hayman, Kenneth H., l2l. Haynie, Judy, 29, 73, I85 205, 276. Hays, Thomas, I48. Hebert, Mary Ann, l2I, 274 Heburn, Sonia, 37. Heflin, Barney R., 73. Hefner, Reese, 236. Hembree, Kimble, 73, 269. Hemeter, Bobby, I2l, ZI7. Hemeter, Franklin D., I48. Hemeter, Mary Martha, 73 Hemeter, Rosa Lynne, 37, Gough, R obert Ray, I37. Gould, Peggy, I48. Graddick, Jay, I48, 2I4. Graham, Carolyn, 27l. Graham Elwyn B. I37. Grahaml Janell, I48. Graham, Joseph M., I37. Graneto, Fred, 30, 226. Grant, Mark, 69, 2I8. Grantham, Billy, I20. Grantham, Curwyn, 69- Grantham, Dudley W., I20. Grantham, Jerry, I20. Grantham, Rader, IS9. Grantham, Sarah Louise 2l4. l-lemon' Middleton, Miriam Claire Lenders Carll n 20l I48. Graves, Elaine, I20, 270. Graves, Etoyal, I20. Gray, Betty, I20. Gray, Billie Bob, 69. Gray, Phil, I20. Gray, Ruth, I37. Gray, Walter, 69, 269. Green, Emmie Lou Mrs., IS9. Green, Glenda, 30. Green, Joyce, 69, 272. '2l. Henderson, Doris, I37, l98. Henderson, H. S., Jr. Henderson, Kathryn E., I59. Henderson, L. D., I59. Peter B., Ishee, Frances, 77. Ivey, Martin, I38, 2I3. J Jackson, Alcus C., I60, 272 Jackson, Carolyn, I49, 27I. Jackson, H. O., I9. Jacobs, Richard, I22. Jagenson, C. H., 20. James, Mrs. Adain S., I60. Jamison, Jankins, Marvin L., 77, 2I7 Eldon T., I60. Janus, Adela, I43, 282. Jarvis, A. J., I22. Jeffrays, David, I22. Jennings, Don, I49. Jennings, Rita, I22, I98. Jirovec, Ruth Marie, I60. Johnson, A. D., 2I0. ' Johnson, Albert N., Jr. I49. Johnson, Alma Lou, I22. Johnson, Ancie Ruth, I49 27l. Johnson, Barbara Sue, I49 Johnson, Billie, I22. Johnson, Dixie, I49, l7S 2OI. Johnson, Dot, I22. Johnson, Glendon, I49, 205 Johnson, Homer, I22, 2I0. Johnson, J. R., I4, 20. Johnson, Jewel, I22. Johnston, John W., 77. Johnson, M. C. Johnson, Mary Elizabeth I49, 27l. Kleinp ZI7. eter, Conrad, I23 Knight, Ben, ISO, 22I. Knight, Clyde A., Jr., I23, I37. Knight, Jerry L, l38. Knight, Iommye Grace I23, 27I. Knight, Velton Lionel, BI 2ZI. Koene, Ray, ZIB. Koenenn, Albert, I50. Koonce, Robert J., I23, Kornm Koski, an, Doris, I38. Carol, I50. 2l3. Mangum, Claire Hearon, I24. Mangum, Woodie, 85. Manning, Mrs. D o r o t h y Plaisance, I6l. Manning, Norman G., 85, 269, 285. Mannoni, Raymond Dr., 37. Manny, Ralph, 2l4. r..anuel, Joe, I39. Marbut, Terry, I43. Marion, Ronald, 86 l.Iarlett, Bob, 2II. Marriott, Chris, 28I, I50, 202. Kuluz, Peter James, BI. Kunzmann, Howard, 82, IBS. L Labelia, Josephine, I38 I98. Lack, James M., I50, 2I8. Ladner, George D., I50. Ladner, Joy, I94. Laforge, William F., 20. Laird, Billy Fred, 82. Lambert, George E., 24. Lampton, Margie M. Lancaster, Adelaide, 82. Lancaster, Linda, I50. Lancaster, Thomas, I23. Landon, Mary Elizabeth Marsh, Frank E., Jr., I7. Martello, Gerald. Martin, Bernesia M., I24. Martin, Bill, 236. Martin, Bruner, I24, ZI6, 2l7. Martin Charles B., 26, 27, ISO. Martin, David, 139. Martin, Evans J., l6l. Martin, Ruby L., I39. Mason, Cornelia, l6l. Mason, Jay, 236. Mason, Jimmy, 222. Mason, Willie M., Jr-, 86, 2l3. Massey, Rosemary, ISO, 205. Mathis, Joe, 86. Mama, Liga, 139, 219, ZI9, 269. Henderson, I48, 2l7, 268, 283, 284. Hendon, Adrian D., Jr., 73. Henley, Charles K., I48. Henley, Helen, I48. Henry, Kay, I2I, IB3, I94. Henry, Robert H., 30, I37, 2l7. Heowze, Patrick H. Herrnetz, Paul J., I38. Herrin, Barbara, 73, I98, 282. Herring, James T., 74. Herrin, George, I8I, 235. Herrin, Julia Ann, I49. Herring, Vannie Lee, I59. Herrington Carolyn, I2I. Herrington, Dudley, 222. Herrington, Howard, I38. Herrington, Mickey, 244. Herrington, Omegia, 74. Richard, I9. Johnson, Mary Lynn, 77 las, ies, 206, zss, 276, 285: Johnson, Ona Frances, 78 273. Johnson, Mary F r a n c e s I49, 27I. Johnson, O. S., I60. Jo7hnson, Richard M., Jr. 8. Johnson, Robert C., 78, 269. Johnston, Bettye, I49. Jones, Allen, l38. Griffin, M Jones, John Vincent, 79. Green, Lewis L., 69, 2l0. Green, Lloyd L., I48. Greene, J. A-, I6, I9. Green, Reed, IS, 223. Green, Walter, I20, 220 22I. Greer, June, 69, 205. Greer, Rachel, I20. Greer, Rosemary, I48. Griffin, B obby, 29, 42, 70 208, 209, 2l8. Griffin, C arol, 37. Griftin, Frances, 70, 270. Griffin, Marie. iller, 70, 280. Hertwick, Max. Hewes, Jeanel, l2l, I92 I93, 20l. Hicks, William R., I2I. Hiett, Dewey, l38. Hill, Jack, l2l, ZI7. Hillman, Herschel, I49. Hills, James R., Jr., 74. Hillsman, Ben, 74, 275, 285 Hillsman, John, I2l, 28I 283. Himan, Biffle P. Hinton, Bonnie Dean, 75. Hinton, Mrs. Elsie B., IS9. 274' Holcom Nabig, Emil. Grimes, William W., I48. Grist, William A., 70. Groebe, Paul, 7I. Gruber, Leslie, I59. Guice, Cecile A., I59. Guillotte, Lorende C., I37, Gulleage, Wanda, I48. Gunn, Charles L., Jr., 7I. Gunn, James L., I48, 2l7. Gunn, Sacie C., I37. Gunter, Bobby D., I20. Gunter, James, 7l. Gunter, Jimmy K., I48, 2l0. Guyton, Norman, 7I. H Haab, Milton Joseph, 7I 269. Haas, Mac, 26, 27, I37, 2l8, 274. Hacker, Curtis, I48. Haden, Elna Faye, I20. Hagenson, C. H. Hagerman, Susan, I37, 206. Haguewood, Ben, I37. Hahn, Evelyn, I20. Hahn, Robert D. Hailes, Robert, I20. Haining, Frank Welton, I87 I-lalat, Barbara, I48, 205. Hall, David, I37. Hall, George, I48. Ham, Nelda H., I37. Hamaty, N. G., 7l. Hambur Robert H I37 g, ., . Hamilton, Donald W., 24, I48, 2l7. Hamilton, J. Floyd, I48. Hammond, Roy, I2l, 22l. Hand, Kenneth, 71, 221. Hand, Retha Jane, 7I, 27l Hankins, Joe R., I2I, 2l8. Hansbrough, John L., l2I. Hansford, Bobbie F., l2l. Hardage, Pat, I37. Hardin, Clinton T., Jr. Hinton, Ro Harold 75. Hinton, Hinton, Y . Verna N., I49. W. F., 75. Hobson, Milford H., I49. Holbrook, Mary Ann, 75, 272, 279. Holcomb, Daniel, l59. b, Johnny, I49. Jones, Annie Jo, I22, I94. Jones, Barnett, I49. Jones, Betty Ann, 3l, I22, 20I. Jones, Beverly, I49, I97. Jones, Bula Mae, I49. Jones, Claudia, 78. Jones, Dorothy Y., 79. Jones, Harold, 79. Jones, Henry E., l38. Jones, James M., I38. Jones, Jean Claire, I22 202, 266 Jones, Jimmy. Jones, L. Kenneth, 79. Jones, Morris M., 79. Jones, Patricia, 79. Jones, Reba Faith, 79, I94 I38. Landrum,C. Landrum, Charles Logan Jr l60 Lane. DF.-Cl'l5l'ISS E., Jr., is Lane, Marilyn, I38. Lane, Mickey, 82. Lane, Mrs. Maye, I38. Lang, Mary Nell, 83. Langenbach, Karl, Ill, ISO Hervert 2l4. Larkin, Bobby, 269, I23. Latham, Clifford 83. Laux, Chuck, I23. Lawless, Raymond, l38. Lawrence, Edward, 83. Lechwer, Ralph, I50. Ledbetter, W. Douglas, ISO Leech, Leech, Dan, ISO. Mrs. D. C., 20. Leevey, Paul, 2I0. Lenior, Dorothy, I6. Lerrou Legge Legge y, Dorothy, I97. tt, Gail, I38. tt, Martha, 83. 1 Y 1 - Lennon, Bob, I38, 2l7. Leverette, Don, 22I. Leverette, Robert, I39. Lewey, Paul', ISO. Lewis, Lewis, Bonnie Sue, I50. Gwyneth, 83, 270. Lewis, Joyce C., 202. Lewis, Lendora, 83, 270. Lewis, Joyce, 83. Lewis, Margaret, I23. Lewis, Mary Earle, I23, 266 2l7. Lewis, Pat, I39, 20I. Lewis, Virginia, I50. Matthews, Dorolyn, I24, I94. Matthews, Homer, I6I. Mattinson, Evelyn, lS0, 20I Mattinson, Winiford Ann 30, I24, 200, 20I, 266. Mattox, Betty, 87, 205. Maudin, Ruth, 87, I97. Maxey, Jarvis, 20. May, Dorothy Ann, 38, I39, l78, 206. May, James, I24. Mayfield, Peggy, I24, 284. Mays, Norma Dell, 87, 272 278. Means, C. H., I24. Mecklin, Nancy, I50, 20l. Meeks, Lawrence, 227. Megeree, Juanita, I24. Merritt, Robert, I24, 2l3. Merritt, John, l6l. Meyer, Edward L., Jr., l24 274. Michael, Iris, I39, 206. Middlebrook, Charles, I39 Middleton, James H., I5l 87, 206, 27l. Middleton, Robert H., 87 2l8. Mihoievich, Stephanie, I24 274. Mikkelsen, Robert L., ISI. Mikkelsen, William, I24. Miles, Charles P. Miles, Harry, ISI. Miles, Sylvia, 87. Miller, Ann, I24, I79, 206. Miller, Catherine, 87. Miller David 24, 29, I24 Morris, Michey, ISI. Morris, Raymond, I39 Morrow, Donald, B9, 22l. Morton, Jacqueline, 89. Moser, Shirley, 30, 89, 232, Moses, Lila Anne, 89, I87, 274. Ivlcnley, Ralph E., l39 Mos., Franklin A., '10 Mullen, Billy W., ISI. Mullen, James E., IZ5, 2I8 Mullineaux, William J., I6I Mullins, Billy R., 90. Mullins, Carolyn, ISI Mullins, James P., ISI. Mullins, Frank X., I2S, 2I8 Mungall, Thomas, 90. Munn, Charles, 90. Munn, Charlotte Ann, ISI. Munn, J. D., 20, 220, 273. Murphy, Mike, 26, 27, IZS 2I0. Murphy, Sue, ISI. Murrah, Robert, IZ5, ZIO. Myers, P., ISI, 2Ol. Myers, William, 9l. Myrlck, Lewis, 9I, 2I2, 2I3 Myrick, Max G., I25. Mc McAllister, Mary, ISI. McAllister, Mary, ISI. McAIpin,Jean1e,9I, I97. McCaa, Joel, l6l. McCaa, Mary, I39, 20I. McCabe, Joh L., I25. McCabe, John L., I25. McCabe, Lavon, I39. McCain, William D., 4. McCall, Julie, ISI, 206. McCarty, Mary Janice, 9I I97, 274. McCarty, Jolly, 222. McCarty, Kenneth, Jr., 27 29, 9I, IBS, 2l8, 2l9. McCarty, Marinel, 26, 27 ISI, I94. McCarver, Billye Bob, I25 200, 20l, 266. McCarver, Clarence E., I7. 2l8 McCayley, McClellan, John, I39, William, I25. McCoy, Irvin L., I39, 2l4 McCoy, Ronald, 9I. McCoy, William C., 9l. McCormick, Edward A. Lightsey, Carolyn, I39, I94 Lighfsey, Leon G., I23. Likens, Floyd, I39, 2l7. Liles, Vernen, 20, 29. Lilly, Margaret Lillian, 83 Linden, Richard, I39, 2I4. Linton, Lloyd, 23I. Holder, Catherine Ann, 75, 27I. Holder, Jimmie Nell, I49, I97. Holifield, Ann Carolyn, I49. Hollingshead, Charles A. 75. Hollingsworth, Shirley, 75, 27I. Holmes, Patty, I49. 279. Jones, Virginia Elizabeth 79. Jones, Wanda Joy, I38, 267. Jordan, Charles, 80. Jorda Jorda Jorda Jorge n, Ernestine, I49. n, Larry, I38, 22I. n, Verman V., I49. nson, Betty, I38. Jordy, Bruce, 25, I38. Josep Junea h, Donald, l38. u, Curry J., Jr., I22. I37, 2I3. Hardin, Murray, I37, 2I8. Harding, James, 72. Hardtla, Joan F., I37, 206. Harlan, W. B., I9, 269, 278 Harper, J Harper, J ames R., I48. o Ann. Harper, John, 72. Harringto Harris, M n, John E., I48. ilton, I37. Harris, Pat, I37, 205. Harris, Sylvia Lee, l2l. Harris, Tommy, I37, 2I3. Holt, Carol, I38, 206. Holt, Peggy, l2l. Hooker, H. Vernon, I59. Hord, Rhoda Joy, I2I, I92, 205, 279. Horne Christine l2I 27l. Horne: Sarah, I49, I94. Hosey, Houtz, Mrs. Ruth C., IS9. Bumond C., Jr., 76 Houtz, Sandra, I49. Howard, Doris, I22. Howard, Gilmore. Howard, Thomas M., l38. Howard, William H., I22. Howell, Arvis, 75. Howell, Helen, I49, ZOI. Howell, Ted L., 76. Howell, Thomas, 76. Howell, Troy, I49. Howington, Katherine, I22 Howington, Lew H., I22. Howington, Robert, l38. Hubbard, James T., 76, 2l0 Huff, G len, I60. Huffmaster, James, I49. Hughes, Archie, I60. Hughes, Bobby, 23l. Hurt, D arryl, 34. Hughes, Elaine, I22. Hughes, Peggy, I38, 206. Hughes, Verlon, 77. Hughes, William E., I38 273. 1-lull, Hilda Rae, 122. 1-lull, Wally, 31, 149. Hunning S, Marie, I49. Hunt, Albert S., 77, 275. Clifton, I60. Hunter, Husser, Huey, 229. Hurst, George G., I9. Hutson, Charles, 77, 2l0, 2II. Hybart, Evelyn L., I60. K Kackin, Marilynn, I49. Karandreas, D., 80, 284. Kea, Harold Roy, I49. Keating, Larry, I49. Kees, Patti, I38, 205. Kelley, Arthell, 20. Kelly, Emery A., I22. Kelly, S. B., I60. Kemp, Hugh, I22. Kendrick, D. J., I60. Kendall, Frances, I22, 27l Kendrick, Wanda, I23. Kenna, Murray W., IS. Kennedy, Harry Lee, Jr., 80 Kennedy, Sue, I50. Kent, Margaret Anne, 29 80, 206, 207. Kent, Wesley, I60. Kergosien, Kinta, I50, 205 274. Kersanac, Joseph J., l38 2l8, 274. Kervin, Gladys S., I60. Kessler, Robert, l38. Key, Margie Sue, 8I, 273. Key, Mary Lou, I38, 205. Keys, Bobby N., 8l, I2I. Keyes, Mary Ellion, I23. Kimbrough, Jimmie B., BI- King, Anna M., 8I, 27I. King, Billie Jean, I50, I94. King, Dorothy Jean, I23. King, Jeneane, I50. King, John M. King, Robert M., I38. King, Robert W., I60, 273. King, Thelma, I50, I97. Kirby, Charles, BI. Kittrell, Glynda, BI. Kittrell, Herbert, I23. Lipscomb, Mary Lee, 84, I94 278 Little, Harry M., I23. Little, Howard H., I23. Little, Mrs. Mazie R., l6l. Litton, Robert H., 84. Lofton, William N., I39. Logan Logan , Donald, I39. Joan M., I39, 274. Lak, Walter J., 20. Lomax, Gilbert, 84. Long, Charles. Long, H. J., 84. Long, Jeanette, I39. Long, Kellum, 25, I23, 2I6 2l7. Long, Robert, I23. Long, Tommy, ISO. Loper, Brock, 37. Loper, Eldred, I39. Loposer, David, I50, 2l8. Lott, Bobby, I50, 23l. Lott, Clinton, 85. Lott, Cullen, BS. Lott, Luther, I23, 272. Lott, Lynus Lacy, 85. Lott, Walter O., 85. Loux, Chuck, 2l7. Love, Lowe. Mac, 205. Jeanette. Lowery, John Thomas, I50. Lucas, Virginia, 27l. Lueders, Carolyn, I50. Lucker, John L. -urnmas, Clyde J., I23, 2l8. Lynd, Albert, ISO. M M.S.C. Band, 39. Macon, Jackie, 38, 39, ISO, I77, 202. Maddox, Harvey R., I39. Maddox, Ray, 2l7. Madison, Jackie, I23. Magee, Leslie W., I50. Magee, Margaret, I24, 27l, 208, 2I8, 275. Miller, John L., ISI, 2l7. Miller, Leo R., 20, 270. Miller, Percy, ISI. Millis, Guy, I24, 279. Milner, Lowella, I24. Milner, Perry Lou, I39, 266. Milstead, Jimmy, I39. Mineher, Eleanor L., 37 I24. Mincher, Fredde M., I39. Minton, Sue, 42, 88, I92, I93, I98, 270, 285. Mitchell, Cleone, ISI. Mitchell, David A. Mitchell, Edith, ISI. Mitchell, Leo W., I6I. Mitchell, Manley L., ISI. Mitchell, Maureen Francis, ISI, l98, 274, 282. Mixon, Carolyn, 88, I96, I97, 266, 270, 272, 276, 277. Mixon, William B., I39. Mize, Johnie Sue, I24. Mobley, Floyd, I24, 2I0. Moffett, Ann, 88. Mohler, Laurine, ISI. Moniot, Rene, Jr., 37, 88, 22l,274. Montagoe, Robert, I25, 2I0. Montgomery, Becky, IZS, 270. Moody, Earline, I25. I6l. McCormick, Faye Paul, I6I McCraine, M. Ray, 9I, 208 ZI6, 2l7. McDaniel, Donald, ISI. McDaniel. 269. McDavid, Sue, ISI, 202. McDonald, John A., I39. McDonald, Marvin, 92, 2I6 2l7. McDonald, Milton R., 92 28I. McDonald, Robert A., 92. Herbert E., 92 McDonald, Hudson, ISI 213. Mclzlhaney, Virginia, 93 272. Mctlvern, Charles, 37. McGee, Mary Jo, 20. Mcoehee, Ann, I39. McGregor, John, 93, 2l3. Iviclnnis, Titus Leland, l40 Mclveen, Charles. McKay, Carolyn, 93, I9B. McKay, Mae Belle, l62. McKee, James E., IS, 20. McKee, Tho., 93. McKeithen, Peggy, l40, 206 McKenzie, Bererly, 38, I40 206. McKenzie, Bobby, l40, 2I2 2l3. McKinnon, Marie, 93, 284. McKudynd, Mrs. Katherine McLain, Andrew C., I40. McLain, Ji m, 93. McLammy, Jos., I40, ZI4 McLeomore, Dr. R. A., I0 II, I3, 272. McLendor1, Virgil, I62. McMahon, Leah, ISI. McMichael, Mary, I62. McMellon, Rayborn L., 93. McMuIlan, Mrs. Josie G. I62. McMulIan, M, M., I62. McMurray, I'lill1drd,l40 McNeil, Emry, I40. McPha11, Billy, ISI. Moody, James, 37, ISI. Moody, Joan, 89, 205, 270, 282. Moody, Marvin D., 24, l2S, I86. Moore, Anna, ISI, I97, 27I. Moore, Audrey. Moore, Donald B., ISI, 2l7. Moore, Iva Ann, I25. Moore, Edythe, ISI. Moore, Jack, IS. Moore, Jo Ann, 89, I25. Moore, John G., Jr., I25. Moore, Margaret, I6I. Moore, Pat M. 28I. Magee, Mary Jo. Magee, Robert Vernon, 85. Magola, George, 34, 85. 208. 2l0, 2Il. Maleom, Arceneaux. Malone, Helen, I24. Moore, Robert F., Ill, I25. Moore, S. E., 208, 209, 2I0, 2ll. Moore, Stevens B., Jr., 89, l86. Moreau, Raymond L., 89, 2I6, 2l7. Morgan, Jerry, I25. Morgan, Joy I39. Morgan, William, I25. Morris, Harold A., ISI. Morris, Jerry, I25. Morris, Lucy I25. McOuage, Carl L., 20. McOuagge, John O., ISI. McOuiston, James M., Jr., 93, 277. McOuiston, Rosemary F. 94. McRaney, Reed, Jr., 94. McSwain, Bobby Joe, ISI. McSwain, Charles, ISI. McSwan, Shirley, l40, I97. N Nahrgang, Robert, 30, I40, 2I4. Nammack, Ira L. Nazaretian, George L., I25. Nazary, Raymond G., I52. Needham, Harold W., 94, 208, 2I2, 2I3. Neely, Anita, l40, 206. Neely, Kenneth, I25. Neely, Margaret, 3l, l4O 206. Negrotte, Robert,I40. Nelson, Bob, 29, 94, 208 218, 219. Nelson, E. Janele, 125, 284. Nelson, Kenneth, 140. Netherland, Eddie, 140. Netterville, Ray K., 126. Newton, Jonie, 95, 205. Newton, Susan, 24, 152, 197. Nicholson, Pamela Arlene 95, 198, 271. Nicholson, Retha Joyce, 95 267, 270, 281. Nick, Don, 140. Niestrath, David, 95. Noble, Flora, 152. Nobles, Jerry G., 95. Noble, Wesley, 37. Norris, Glenn, 152. Norris, Gloria, 152. Preston, William, 98. Price, Anne, 27, 26, 98. Price, Donald, 141. Price, Jimmie B., 98, 280. Price, Joe, 98. Price, Mariorie, 29, 126,200 201. Price, Rosemary, 126. Price, J. Wayne, 98. Prince, B. Earl, 20, 284. Probst Charlie H., 162. Probsti Eugene, 99, 284. Pruett, Betty Carolyn, 24 152 Pruett, Nell, 31, 152, 202. Pugh, 214 Rutus C., Jr., 141 Puckett, Barbara, 152, 194. Pugh, Rip, 29. Trest, Warren, 129, 210. O'Shields, Enoch Wayne, White, Doncella, 130, 271. U shaw Northrop, Clyde, 140. Nosser, Vicky, 31, 126. Nowell, Mary Brown, 95 186, 206, 207. Null, lmedda Beeman, 162. Nunnally, Anne, 37. Norwood, Charles L. O Oberschmidt, Byron, 152, 214. O'Br an 'Harr T Jr 140 Y i Y -. -i - Odom, Donald, 152, 214. Odom, Patricia Ann, 152. Odom, Sarah G., 37. O 1-errall, Ella, 140, 215, Oglesby, Jack, 152. Ugiesby, Rodney, 95. Ogletree, Powell, G., 16. O Keete, John L., 162. Olson, Ellen, 20, 272. 31, 152, 183, 213. Overstreet, Howard, 95, 285. Overstreet, Suzanne, 152, 205. Owings, Dr. Ralph, 20. P Pace, Erwin R., Jr., 140. Pugh, Walter, 152. Purcnner, Robert, 127. Purvis, William S., 162, 272 Puyper, M. B. 162. Pylant, Jane 141, 201. O Quarls, Jim, 127, 221. Ouaye, Billy Ray, 27. Ouave, Obra, 99. Ouinnelly, William H., Jr. 30, 127, 214. R Rabin, Ronnie, 102. Kaitord, Phillip il., 99. Rainer, Jackie, 99, 206, 207 Ramey, Curtis, 141. Raper, Claudell C., 127. Rasberry, Edward, 152, 210 Ratclitt, Coley C., Jr., 127 Ratclitt, Smiley, 152, 218. Rawls, Anita Elizabeth, 99. Rawls, John D., 141. Rawson, E. G., 99. Ray, William, 153. Redell Mar aret M. 162. Reed, Reed, . Q i George, 153. Myra Sue, 153. Reedy, John Riley, 99, 210 Reeves, Noah L., 141. Reid, Reilly, Sarah, 127. June, 153. Valadie, Stewart, 142, 281. Pace, Maxwell, 152. rage, B Palmer, Parden, Pardeu, etty Nl., 116, 282. Annette J., 126. Joe M., 152. Eric Edward, 126. Williamson, Kay, 156, 202. Parent, Eloise, 140, 205. Parham, Gail, 140, 205. Parker, Lloyd August, 31, 140, 221. Parker, Clemon D., 162. Parker, Phil, 140. Parker, Walter D., 96. Parnell, Lloyd G., 126. Parrish, Ann, 24, 96, 205. Patrick, Ann, 152. Patrick, Betty C., 37, 126. Patterson, Marilyn, 152. Patterson, Mary Sue, 96, 283. Paulk, Thompson A., 96. Payne, Robert L., 34. Pearcey, Carol, 152. Pearce, Patty Sue, 96. Pearson, Ross C., 140, 213. Pearson, Robert A., Jr., 96. Peavy, Massey, Leroy, 96 218. Pecoul, Ferdinand, 97. Pecoul, Martha, 140, 202. Peden, Bennie, 126, 218. Reindorp, R. C., Dr. 18,21 Remtry, Nancy, 153, 194. Renaud, Louis R., Jr., 141. Reneer, Everett Vincent, 162 Rennick, Mary Ann, 141. Revels, Peggy, 153. Reynolds, Hilda F., 163. Reynolds, Hubert, 99. Rhodes, Barbara, 127, 205 Rhodes, Henry, 24, 30, 141 212, 213. Rich, Kenneth E., 100. Rich, Larry, 233. Richards, Judy, 100, 197. Richardson, Bert, 163. Richardson, Jack, 153. Richardson, lsom, 127. Richmond, Glenda, 153, 281 Richmond, Randolph, 127. Rite, Lawrence, 21, 273. Rifle Team and Leaders, 34 Rigler, Rebecca 37, 100 281. Riley, Billy J., 153. Riley, Herbert G., 127,213 Riley, Mary Janice, 153. Riley, Norine, 271. Rinehart, Bobby, 237. Ritchie, Carroll, 37. Penn, R obin, 152. Peppard, Gay, 152, 202. Robb Robe Robe Robe Robe ins, Mrs. Olga, 163. rts, Anna M. rts, Donald G., 100. rts Anna M. 14 21. ii., Freddie, 'isaf 180, 201. 268. Peattie, David, 152. Penton, Clarence, Jr., 140. Pegples, William Charles, 9 . Pepper, Ernest B., Jr-, 97. Petty, William H., 24, 97, 212, 213. Phelps, Bert, Jr., 126, 221. Phelps, Roger, 20. Phillips, Billy, 140. Phillips, James E., 152. Phillips, William Henry Roberts, Peggy, 141, 202. Robinson, A. Gilmer. Robinson, Jack E., 100. Rogers, Alex Eugene, 100. Rogers, Edsel, 141. Rogers, Pete, 31, 127, 213. Rogers, Wilmer A., 141. Robinson, Leon, 218. Robinson, William, 118. S Saetre, Gilbert T., 21. Saetre, Neta, 153, 197, 268. Salisbury, Betty, 153, 205, 274. Salvant, Dot, 26, 27. Sanderson, Bobby Joe, 127. Sanderson, Robert Ly 1 e, 102. 217. Sanford, Lonnie. Santord, Otis E., 141. Sasser, Kenneth, 38, 39. Sassone, Ann Marie, 30, 153, 194. Saucier, Herschel, 141. Saucier, Thelma, 37. Sayia, Kent, 227. Schamansky, Lee Roy C., 141. Schmidt, Grace Jo, 153, 206. Schmitz, Robert S., 127. Schneider, Norman, 153. Schoenick, Jerryg 153, 202. Schultz, Milton A., 102. Schuppan, Carol, 37, 153 202, 274. Scoril, Charlene, 201. Scott, Carol, 103, 270, 282. Scott, James W., Jr., 141, 213. Scott, Tic, 244. Seale, Ollie J., 153. Seay, Frances, 153, 202. See, Nita, 153. Segars, Lauretta D o d d s, 103. Sellers, Harriet D., 163. Sellers, Mayr, 153. Sellers, Peggy N., 153. Sellers, Roy L., 103. Senter, Tommy, 103, 217. Sessums, Ray Ed, 141. Setard, Joseph A., 153, 274. Seuzeneau, Donnie, 154, 202, 274. Suezeneau, Jeannine, 127. Shackeltord, Mrs. Flossie A., 163. Shamburger, Billy G., 103. Shangurger, Jeanne, 154, 197. Shamburger, Joan Mobley, 103, 197, 270, 276, 285. Shanks, Mrs. Hazel M., 163. Sharp, Edward Lamar, 103, 273. Shattles, Allen V., 154. Shattes, Hilda, 154. Shattles, Frances Pauline, 103. Shaw, Phillip D. Shearer, Leighton, 127. Shelton, Mike, 127, 217, 269. Shelton, Peggy, 154. Sheridan, Donald, 141, 210. Sherrard, Nancy, 154. Shoemake, Juanine, 104, 198. Shoemaker, Evelyn, 24, 154, 197. Shoulders, Bobby F., 154. Shotts, Paula, 154. Shotts, Pearl, 163. Shows, Thad N., 127. Sibley, John D., 127. Siders, John Steve, 104. Sikes. Michael D., 30, 208. Sills, Allen, 104. Simmons, Ann, 128. Simmons, Jane, 154. Simmons, Sue, 154, 202. Simpson, Herbert, 104. Sims, Carolyn, 154. Sims, Gerald, 141, 214. Sintonietta, 37. Skinner, Diane C., 29, 128. Skipper, Darla Vaughn, 104, 270. Slade, Janet, 37. Slade, Mrs. Philp E., Jr., 163. 163. Slaughter, Lenora, 154. Slay, Betty, 141, 194. Smalling, Charles O., 14. Speck, Pat, 154, 206. Speights, Nebix, 142. Speights, Sonny, 231. Speights, Terry, R., 154. Spence, Donald, 142. Spencer, Richard, 111, 128 210. Spencer, Sue, 154, 197, 268 271. Spinger, Billy D., 105. Spiney, A. C., 105. Spottswood, Sara, 154, Spradling, Glenn, 105, 269. St. Amant, Herbert E., 106 274. Stagg, Neeta, 128, 267. Stagg, W. F., l42,x2l0. Staiger, Ralph, 21. Stallings, Robert E., 154 210. Stanton, William, 128. Stassi, Eugene, 128, 279. Steele, Archie F., Jr., I28 218. Steelman, Sarah, 106, 198 282. Stegenga, Martin, 21, 278. Stephens, Charles Edward 142. Stephens, Edward N., 142. Stephenson, Ned A., 142 221. Stevens, Angela Irene, 37 106, 201. Stevens, Kenneth, 154. Stevens, 202. Stevens, Robert G., 34. Stevens, Rose, 142. Stevens, Thomas, 128. Steward, Mildred, 154, 206 Stewart, Billy P., 37, 218. Martha G., 128 Thompson, Vernonia, 108. Thompson, William C., 155 218. Thornhill, Bill J., 155. Thornhill, Shirley, 129, 271 Thrash, William A., 108. Tims, William E., 155. Tingle, Keith M., 142. Tipton, Gayle, 155, 206. Tisdale, M. Annette, 155 197. Tisdale, Audrey, 155. Tisdale, Brooks, 244. Tisdale, Thomas R., 142. Tobias, Audrey Lynn, 142, 202. Todaro, Charles L., 142,274 Toler, Ellen, 108, 192, 202 270, 272. 1o1er,Joylene, 142, 194. Tolar, Margaret, 155. Tottle, M. E., 108, 269. Tranu m, Frankie, 142. Travis, Kearney, 142. Treige, Al, 244. Tremme Trenton, 1, Louis, 108, 269. Ted, 237. Trevilion, Cooper, 155, 213. Trice, Faye, 155. Troutman, Jack, 129. Trussell, Charles W., 153. Trussell, Julia, 108. Tuccio, Sam J., 155, 274. Tullos, Ben, 155. Tullos, Jon, 155. Tucker, Tucker, Ben, 155, 210. Bert e 27 109, 194 V . i Turnage, Hazel, 164. Turner, Ann, 142. Turner, Carolyn, 155. Stewart, Carl, 142, 218. Stewart, Coach, 244. Stewart, 198. Doris Jane, 128 Stewart, Sara Bess, 106, 206 Turner, Martha, 129, 201 273. Tyson, Billy E., 164. U Uchello, Jocelyn, 142. 267. Stigletts, JoAnn, 154, 274. Stiglets, William, 128, 213. Stockstill, Edith, 128, 271. Stockstill, Janice, 142, 201 266. Stokes, Lynette, 154. Stokes, Mary Nell, 154,201 Stone, Emily, 154. Stone, Jack, 142, 212, 213. Stone, Lorna D., 128. Streater, Jettie, 142, 201. Strahan, Bill, 142. Strain, Almon, 142. Stratton, Anita Jean, 106, 187, 276, 277. Street, Jean, 106. Strickland, Buddy, 128. Strickler, Mary A., 129. Strickler, Wanda O., 129. Strickling, Milton, 129. Stringer, Annie K., 154,271 Stross, Bill J., 129. Stroud, Howard "Monk' 24, 106, 186, 188, 213. Sturat, Billy, 129. Stubbletield, Edna, 129. Student Government Asso- ciation, 24, 25. Student Printz Staff, 27. Student Senate, 30. Styke, Elizabeth Jan. Sudduth, Billy, 154. Suggs, Mary K., 142. Suggs, Weda, 106, 271. Uher, Frank "Fritz," 109. Ulmer. Julia, 155. Underwood, P. W., 236. Upshaw, James, 129. Ph llis 155 Sullivan, Allen, 154. D . Y i - Usey, Anthony Leon, 109. Utsey, John, 155. V Valentine, Jimmy, 29, 30 142, 218. Vandervoort, Charles O., 21 Van iDevender, Charles, 217 Van Horn, Lorraine, 164. Van Norman, James Q. 129. Van Slyke, Mrs. Edith Barks- dale, 156. Van Slyke, Ola Mae, 155. Van Zandt, Leonard, 109 213. Vardaman, Elizabeth, 21. Varner, Thelma T., 164. Vasconcelos, Gibson L. 109, 208, 221. Vauqhn, Carolyn, 142, 202. Vaughn, Hilda, 155. Vaughn, William V., Jr. 109. Vaugn, Johny, 30, 142, 213. Waters, Hub, 244. Watkins, Evelyn, lll. Watkins, 1-rancis, 130. Watkins, Mary Alice 'VVatkins, 281. Watson, James Dudley, 156 210. Wearer, Miltord. Weathersoy, Jeanette, 164. Weaver, Ralph, 143, 210. Weaver, Sarah, 164. Weeks, Bernice, 156. Weeks, Charlie A., 111. Weeks, Evelyn J., 164. Weeks, Mrs. Patsy Lynell 164. Weems, Marilyn, 130. Welborn, Mollie Joan, 164 187, 272. Welch, Jewel, 130. 'We1ch, Russell, 156, 212. , 156. Mona, 24, 156 Welch, Samuel H., 30, 143. Weldy, Jack B., 34, Ill 187, 189, 213. Wellmon, Frank, 156, 218. Wells, C. R., 111. Wells, Mancill. Wells, Patsy, lll, 206, 207 270. Wells, Peggy Jane, 37, 130 194. Welch, 1'1ugl"l,214. Welsh, Mrs. Sara C., 164. West, Karlene, 156. West, Lewis R., 111. West, Pete, 30. Westbrook, Edna Ruth, 130 Wheeler, Tommy, 233. Whigham, Russell, 143. Whipple, Roy, 164. White, Billy, 143. Whitecotton, Darlene, 112, 270, 272, 281. Whitehead, James S., 156. Whitehead, Peggie,, 156, 197. Whitfield, Dallas, 226. Whittington, Wesley, 37, 143. Whittington, Joy Lee, 156, 202. Wilber, Mrs. lvah, 21. Wilber, Leon A., 21, 25, 18. Wilder, Annette B., 21. Wilkerson, Pansy Lake, 112, 194. Wilkins, James T., 130, 214. wiilei, Ronnie, ii2, 208 214, 215. Williams, Williams, Williams Williams Williams Aubrey Lee, 112. Bennie, 222. Cintilla 8., 164. Emmett A., 165. Floyd, 143, 210. 143. Williams, Hubert R., Williams, James, 112. Williams, Jean, 156. Williams, Jesse, 156. Williams, Joe E., 143. Williams, John, 111, 112. Williams, John, 130, 218 283. Williams, Lester Joe, 143. Williams, Paul E., 112. Williams, Shirley, 130. Williams, Ted E., 130. Williams, Verna M., 165. Williams, Wanzie, 165. Williamson, Barbara, 143. Williamson, Johnie. Rushi Sorrel 140, 220, 221. Pigott, Walton, 213. Pierce, Billy P., 126. Pierce, Evalyn, 152. Pigtord, Frank, 126, 220 221. Pisarich, Darmelite, 97. Pittman, Charles A., 162. Pittman Edwin L., 126, 214 Pittman: Jerry, 126, 31, isa 214. Pittman, Larue, 152. Pittman, Lorene, 152. Pittman Pittman , Syble, 152. , Tom, 126. Pittman, Truman, 140, 217. Pittman, Wm. H., 97. Pogue, Tom, 97. Poole, Emily Lanell, 140. Pope, B Pope, J ennett F., 98. ames V,, 126. Pope, Marilyn, 152. Pope, Niel E. Pope, Richard G., Jr., 126 Pounds, Lowell R., 126. Pounds, Mrs. Verna L., 162. Powell, Carroll, 152. Powell, George L., Jr., 126. Powell, Nancy, 140, 206. Powell, Sylvia, 152, 194. Powell, Thad, Jr., 126, 269. Powell Virginia, 126, 201. Poythress, Lela, 98. Prater, Wonus Charlie, 152 Pratt, Sara, 29, 192, 193 Rogers, Billy Paul, 101, 218 Rogers, Harold, 141. Rogers, Joe E., 141. Rogers, Royce, 127, 205. Roge rs, Thomas, 141. Rollinson, Pat, 101, 205, 270. Rolls, Eloise M., 163, Romand, Andrew, 274. Rooney, G. F. "Pat," 163. Rope Ros. r, Michell L., 101. Cleve, 101. Roseberry, James, 101. Rosetti, George, Jr., 101. Rosetti, John Ray, 141. Ross, Barbara A., 127, 282. Ross, Bonnie Fay, 127. Ross, Ernest L., 101. Ross, Mary Alice, 37, 127. Ross, Mary Hazel, 141. Ross, Molly Ann, 153. Rounsaville, Jewell, 102. Rounsaville, Ray, 153. Rouse, Janie, 102, 270. Rouse, Walter, 153. Rowe, Richard D., 102, 218. Rowis, Barbara. Rudder, Luann, 153, 283. Rudder, Robert, 153. Rudowski, Olive Claride 141, 280. Ruttin, Louie, 102. Ruttin, Thomas, 141, Runyan, Carolyn Ann, 37 102, 201. ng, Gloria, 153. Smallino Evelyn, 42, 104, 186. 205. Smallwood, Fred, 182, 186, 222. Smith, Bailey, 128, 221. Smith, Billy Ray, 141. Smith, Bob, 154. Smith Bobby S., 141, 210. Smith: Charles M., io4. Smith, Clarence H., 163. Smith, Dwight, 154, 210. Smith Smith Edwina 141. ,James D., 141. Smith, Janet R., 154. Smith, Jimmie Ann, 154. Smithie, Jimmy, 154. Smith, Joan, 104, 205. Smith, Joyce, 128, 282. Smith, Kirby, 128. Smith, Leslie, 128. Smith, Lou Ann, 141, 194. Smith, Margaret Jewell, 105, 202. Smith, Mrs. Maude A., 21. Smith, Quinton, 229. Smith, Reta Fay, 105, 194. Smith, Robert E., 141. Smith Smith Ronald J., 154. fwzlliem H., los. Smith, William R., 128. Snelgrove, Oleta, 154. Snowden, Charlotte, 105, 270. Sorrels, Altrieda, 128. s, Edwina, 128, 271. Sullivan, Amelia, 25, 107. Sullivan, Bennett, 163. Sullivan, C., 163. Sullivan, Virgil T., 129. Summers, Alice, 129, 202. Sumrall, Howard D., 107 214. Sumrall, Lamar J., 163. Sumrall, Mary Louise, 129 271. Sumrall, Sidney R., 164. Sumrall, Dr. W. H., 13. Suther1and.S 0 n d PE, 107, Sutton, Charlene, 155. Swan, Wanda, 155. Swetman, Glenn, 186, 220 221. Switzer, Calvinia, 129. Switzer, J. R., 13, 21. T Tanner, Elton, 142. Tanner, Luth, 155. Tate, Roy E., 129. Taylor, Alecia, 107. Taylor, Bobbie Ray, 107. Taylor, Jim, 142. Taylor, Jerry, 228. Taylor, Joe M., 107. Taylor, Mary Ruth, 107, 186 285. Taylor, Peggy, 30, 155, 183 206. Taylor, Robert, 155. Terrell, Carol, 129, 271. Terreson, Janet, 155. Terrisod, R. H., 142. Terry, Harold D., 129. Terry. Joe, 155, 274. Thaqard, Barbara, 155. Thaqard, Lillian, 107, 284. Thomas, Dolores, 129, 205. Thomas, Dorothy, 142. Thomas, Glenn C., 108. Thomas, James N., 129. Thomas, Joe D., 129. Vechhio, Elisa Del. Vignes, Avis, 142, 202. Viguerie, Daniel A., 142. Viok, Jean F., 155. Vlahos. Ernest J. Voivedich, Ed, 155, 217. Voss, Carl Eric, 142, 214 274 W Waggoner, Barthel, 129. Waggoner, Lou Ann, 155 Wagner, Nancy, 109, 187 201, 281, 285. Waites, Mary O., 142, 197 Waldrop, Mary Margaret 143. Walker, Charles, 155. Walker, Elizabeth Jackson 110. Walker, George, 110. Walker, Guy C., 110. Walker, Dr. J. F., 16, 21 283, 284, 285. Walker, John L., 130. Walker, Mary Annie, 156 271. Walker, Nancy, 156, 205. Walker, Philip A., 21. Wall, Shirley, 110, 278. Wallace, Kenneth, 155. Wallace, O. C. "Jackie, 155. Waller, Richard, 130. Walley, Willis Wayne, 110 284. Walters, Charles H., 110. Walton Gerald, 29, 110. Waltman, Rodne, 130. Wambsgans, Charles, 143. Wambsgans, Dennery, 30. Wansley James, 156. Ward, Elwyn, 156, 206. Wardlaw, Cindy, 37, 130. Ware, Robert, 143. i. Z 205, 267. Preen, Brian Norman, 140 221. Presley, Sue, 140, 197, Presser, Wi11iarn,20. Rushton, Hugh J., 141. Ruslang, Donald P. Russell, J. T., 141. Rutch, Thomson, 210. Ryan, Glenn, 153. Soshes, Mariorie 128. South, Donald, 105. Southern Players. 32, 33. Southern Staff, 29. Sowell, Jo Ann, 154. Thomasson, George R., 155 218. Thompson, Amelia, 21. Thompson, James Fred, 108. Thompson, George, 155. Warren, Charles G., 111. Warren, Margaret Fisher 164. Warren, Ruth Miriam, lll 270, 282. Warren, William H., 164. Wasson, C. W., 111, 269. Williamson, Vernice, 165. Wilson, Charles, 112. Wilson, Ernest S., 130. Wilson, James J., 112, 130 212, 213. Wilson, Jimmy Dell, 113. Wilson, Marion, 143. Wilson, Robert E., 143. Wilson, Rose, 130, 284. Wimbish, John, 156, 218. Windham, Sara, 156. Wingo, Myrtle Jane, 24 113. Wink, Eugene A., 165, 277. Wise, James T., 130. Wolfe, Peggy, 143, 206. Wolleban, James, 113. Wong, Johny, 37, 143. Wood, Verl, 130. Wood, S. F. lFrankl, 130 210. Woodtin, Tommy, 156. Woodrick, Eugene, 113. Woods, Paul, 113. Woodward, Bill, 130. Woodward, D, W., 143. Woodward, Guy E., 130. Woolington, James M., 131. Wright, Frank, 131, 270. Wright, John, 143. Wronten Andrew J., 131. Wynne, Calvin, 156. Y Yarborough, Bobby, 156. Yarrow, Walter, 156. Yawn, Marilyn, 143, 270. Yelverton, Betty, 30, 143. Yencho, Bob, 143, 235. York, James E., 113. Young, Charles D., 113, 187, 273. ' Young, Howard, 143, 221. Young, Dr. T. D., 18. Young William A. 113. Youngblom, Ronald, 156. Zehner, David, 131, 218. 273, 274. Ziller, John D., 156, 213.


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