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

 - Class of 1960

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Today Souibern kiosks hundreds oi aciivi- iiesfsocial, proiessionai, religious and bon- orary. Pximosi every srudenr enlrers info some aclriviiy in bis exlrra-ourricuia spirii. Aijrer 50 Years - wirn educarion first rnese acJrivi+ies ioin forces ro make Mississippi Souibern Coiioge a growing insiiiuiion. ZX 'Elf' ,A 1 1 l ,1 if 'W T, ,W -1, fwnywmvffmv ik ..,,.,,.,,.,., .,.wN,..rW.W ,WW,,, -A , .,,hWi,.,m. ,h.f V V . A N MM ER FIFTY YEARS Wiflu flue founding of Mississippi Normal College. fluere was flue spirif of a new fype of eclucafion, a spirif of economy, and a spirif of progress wiflu goals foward wluiclu fo worlc. "We sluould live for flue fufure and yef find our life in flue fidelifies of flue presenf: flue lasf is only flue rnefluod of flue firsf."-l-l. W. Beecluer. As we reminisce in flue pasf and live in flue presenf, we realize fluaf lvoflu are irn- porfanf because fluey become flue foundafion for flue fufure. As we loolc aluead, we see a glorious fufure for Soufluern following flue paffern of growflu and progress of flue lasf fiffy years. Affer 50 years-flue specfacular spirif fluaf nnalces Mississippi Soufluern College wluaf if is foday. f I THAT MAKES MSC WHAT ITIS TODAY 1 ADMINISTRATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS WHO'S WHO HALL OF FAME IQ In gg gg, I, El Q so seg ',j"IQS"'? 3' Q wi QQ ,E if HV? iws QISQSQ1-156D 4 I 5,1 Q G 11' if 59 4 9 :ii ii eg .9 B O DR. VERNFR S. HOLMES J. N. LIRSCOMB . S. R, EVANS . . TALLY RTDDELL . CHARLES FATR . H.G.CARPENTER . H GOVERNOR HONORABLE ROSS R. BARNETT AR OFTRUSTEES R, D, MQRRQW . . . .Cheirmam DR. E. R. JOBE . McComb . .Macon Greenwcmi Quifmem . Loufswile Rolhq Fark . . Exocuflve Secreidry THOMAS J. TUBB . . R. B. SMITH, JR ...... MRS, JANIE RTCE TAYLOR DAVID COTTRFLL JR. . R. D.McLENDON . . . . DUDLEY B. BRTDGFORTH . Wesf Poinf . ,Riphey . Jackson . Gdfoorf . Se-mafobla . .Nesb?H Dr, McCain at home with his wife and daughter Patricia O U R P R E S I D E DR. WILLIAM D. McCAIN The event ofthe Fiftieth Anniversary of the founding of Mississippi Southern College marks a period of expansion and growth which has ernanated from the strong foundation laid down fifty years ago. From this foundation has evolved an institution of higher learning ready to prepare its students for a life more abundant--through its religious, edu- cational, and cultural training. Fifty years is a short time in which to build a reputation of quality, integrity, and solid citizenry. It has taken the combined efforts of faculty, students, alumni and friends through these years to build this reputation. Together we shall continue to increase the academic strength and cultural refinement of the larf st college in the State of Missis i. I1I.i3.lIlD. M afn President of the College DR. PORTER L. FORTUNE, JR. Dean of lhe College Dean of Graduate School THE DEANS DR. JAMES R. SWITZER Dean of Sludenl Affairs MRS. LENA Y. GOUGH Dean of Women MR. RADER GRANTHAM Acling Dean of Men MRS. IVAH O. WILBER Associate Dean of Women T E ADMINISTRATIVE GFFICE ROBERT CLEVELAND REED GREEN Direcfor of Public Relafions Director of Afhleiics CLIFFORD H. HAGENSON Diredor of Housing ' ALBERT J- JAEGER ROGER s. JOHNSON Assishanf Financial Secrdary Adminisf,-afgy, Aggigfanf TH E ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE WILLIAM E. KIRKPATRICK DR. MURRAY W. KENNA Direcfor of College Union and Sfudenf Aciivifies Regigh-ar DR. G. HAROLD MASSEY Direcfor of Sfudenf Counseling AUBREY K. LUCAS Direcfor of Admissions DONALD H. MYERS Assisfanf Director of Public Relafions THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE . X I DR. PAUL C MORGAN POWELL G. OGLETREE Direcfor of Exfenslon and Correspondence and Evening Alumni Secretary College DR. REGINALD C. REINDROP MISS ANNA M. ROBERTS Direcfor of Insfiiuie of Laiin American Sfudies Librarian CHARLES o. SMALLING MRS- FAU'-'NE STOUT Financial Secrnary Assisfanf Direcfor of Housing SCHCDOL Dean DR. JOHN HoRToN ALLEN Perl of ihe faculfy of ihe School of Arts and Sciences. OF ARTS AN ll' is +he purpose of fhe School of Arfs and Sciences lo provide a broad culfural and educafional experience for all sfudenls af Mississippi Soufhern College as well as +o malce available 'lo fhem fhe specialized disciplines for maior and minor fields. Freshmen and sophomores, regardless of iheir expecied majors, are assigned ro Arfs and Sciences for 'rhe purpose of meefing fhe general educarion or core re- quiremenls necessary for graduaiion. I+ is organized info fourfeen depar+men+s: Biology, Chem- Tft iff? 9 Progressive and learned feculfy members helping 'lo broaden our culfural and educafionel experience. D sclENcEs is'rry, English and Lileraiure, Foreign Languages, Geog- raphy, Geology, Hislory and Government Journalism. lvla+hema+ics, Milifary Science, Physics, Religion and Phi- losophy, Sociology, and Speech Arrs. Majors and minors are offered in all of These areas excepl mililary science. In addilion 'ro fhe four year curricula, preprofessional fraining is provided for siudenls who plan fo enier ihe fields of medicine, denfislry, medical fechnology, nursing, pharmacy, opiomelry, law and engineering. The recenily consfrucfed Science Building provides modem and well equipped laboraharies and classrooms for sfudenls. 4 we fri? . S .ms The faculTy oT The School of Commerce and Business AdminisTraTion. SCHOOL OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS The School of Commerce and Business AdminisTraTion has begun iTs Third successful academic year as a separaTe school. lT is quiTe diTTerenT Trom The small deparTmenT ThaT was Turned inTo an academic division in I947 consisTing oT The secreTarial courses oTTered To Teachers and The Tew business and economics courses Taken Trom The Division oT Social STudies. Today, There are 686 sTudenTs on The undergraduaTe level wiThin The school. This number includes only Those on The junior and senior level exCe:pT Tor Two-year secreTarial sTudenTs. ln addiTion, in The TirsT year oT MasTer's Degree worlc There are a ToTal oT Ten Tull-Time and TwenTy parf-Time graduaTe sTudenTs. lT is, by Tar, The largesT School oT Business in The sTaTe and, wiTh The sTrong TaculTy, one oT The besT. lTs growTh and sTaTure Today exemplify The Tre- mendous growTh oT Mississippi SouThern College. Newly remodeled Soufhern Hall is a building confaining classrooms especially designed for sTudenTs of commerce. nw . 1- - 1qifwws . 1 .. A-l1e ADMINISTRATION Dean DR. JOSEPH A. GREENE, JR. 27 I SCHOOL Dean RALPH S. OWINGS Facully members of fhe School of Educa+ion and Psychology. OF EDUCATION Training feachers and school adminisfraiors has been a parl of Mississippi Soulhern College since i+s founding, buf only in I957 when 1'he college was reorganized was 'rhe School of Educaiion and Psychology eslablished formally. The reorganizaiion from a division info a school was a mark of growlh and progress. The primary purpose of rhe School of Educalion is 'ro improve fhe schools of Mississippi, and all deparlmenls of fhe School make fheir coniribufion foward lhis goal. Fifleen undergraduale deparlmenfs, areas, and special services are included in rhe School of Educafion and AND PSYCHCJLOGY Psychology, each of which has an adminisfrafive chairman or direclor. The Deparfmenl' of Guidance and lhe Deparl- mem' of School Adminislralion, Supervision, and Curriculum, which are of graduafe ranlc, are joined by ihe graduafe areas of ofher undergraduale deparimenls of 'rhe School, and adrninislered in a similar manner 'ro rhe undergraduale areas. The fall of I959 marks anolher sfep of progress wilh fhe inaugurafion of 'rhe docloral program in educalion fo meel' The needs and demands of graduale sfudenls. The George Hursf School affords facilifies for obsorvafion, pariicipafion, and sfudenf teaching in eighi grades of public' school work. ,,,...,,,.m M,..ms..m This building houses The nursery school, classrooms, and laborafories of weimegfswf---if as-yi, , W, , ,D-, ,, ,,, , - HOME The Division of Home Economics. THE DIVISICDN CDF The I959-60 sludenls in lhe Division of Home Economics on 'rhe undergraduale level are majoring in Home-Economics Educalion - Teaching l-lomemalcing, Child Development Clolhing and Texliles, Inslilulion Managemenl, Clolhing Merchandising, l-lomemalcing, and Equipment Graduale slu- denls are majoring in Home-Economics Educalion and in Child Developmenl. Regardless ol lhe major, 'rhe focus H OME ECONOMICS of all worlc is on lhe family and improved personal and lamily living. The highesl honor, The Belly Dulces Crafl Award, which can be given a sludenl by The Division ol l-lome Economics, was presenled lo Ella Truman McKenzie of Bay Springs. A previous recipienl ol lhis award, Cynlhia Dennis, is a graduale fellow in fhe Division for I959-60. Chairman The feculfy of The Division of Home Economics. DR- BERTHA M- FRITZSCHE A is , M i'ii' mmf foam Wm Ti-i n M 4 Q P s,f'f - 'i' 30 si X -' T "'i ii T mam wwdxfgvyyixk H, R , .As,:s:Sf1'Qi- is ' kg ,fs T J iw? k a .gr iiii ii ig Q K . ' TS.. K sw S225 " iikfrzii Q 'V f-" igise aww? is iff! R, V3 Q 8 5 , . . 2 ' :L Y " " K T' iiwiir ' li' :ii E'EI5. -..- 'ws' Z,' 1-,f-'F-Q-f.Z:,' 3g39fM f V, igjmkg. -zfzgwiaizig A -'f f xfssiggesfis R' ,, li smisfifi if f,fsf.,45-l ' ' f :.gE .Y P 'H Ql352g5jg12,j:s ' :5- X je.a3,:-jvfm ,gf .- . ' - W-RFQ: jfs - X ,5S:Qi25iV ' ' ' sf Q Ami: . ,..:,, I 3, 4,.:...,?i. ix X 11? ss ff .1 - Chairman FRANK E. MARSH, JR. THE DIVISICDN In his lasT year as Chairman of The Division of Fine ArTs. Frank "child music many ThirTy cause E. Marsh. Jr. may look wiTh iusTiTiable pride on a Tull grown" and parTicularly on a deparTmenT of which is ouTsTanding noT only in numbers buT in The areas in which specialized Training is offered. AfTer years of indefaTigable drive and dedicaTion To The of music in souTh Mississippi, Frank Marsh may be The faculTy of The Division of Fino Arfs. OF FINE ARTS graTified by The esTeem wiTh which This division is regarded noT only in The sTaTe of Mississppi, buT ThroughouT The SouTh. Today, as The largesT Division of Fine ArTs in The sTaTe. iT includes 28 faculTy members and ISO sTudenTs, and offers degrees in Music FducaTion, Applied Music, Music LiTeraTure, ComposiTion, and Music Therapy. The MasTers Degree is offered in The above also. The Division is a fully accrediTed member of The NaTional AssociaTion of Schools of Music. The Fine ArTs Building offers The physical facilifies which, combined with specialized faculTy members, make This Division ouTsTanding. Y wgsggggggsggix ,R it Q55 6. .. II M , Anwn M K E f---q.-.- Q, mmfmumaauaaplnxgg v 4-aww-walsaapw A ,, W, .,.. 4 -. ll W..M....nl wwmnmwqw. . -ww... i H E Dean of The Graduafe School DR. PORTER L. FORTUNE, JR. The members of fha Graduafo Council. GRADUAT In recogniiion of Mississippi Souihern colleges responsi- biliries as a cenfer of higher learning in Mississippi, a Grad- uaie School was esrablished in I947 fo provide an environ- meni' in which research and free inquiry would develop. Among rhe imporfanr goals foward which rhe Graduaie School aims are 'rhe improvemeni of siandards of living, The developmenf of naiural resources. ihe improvemenf of 'reach- ing in public schools in Mississippi, and The spread of cul- rural enlighfenmeni' in our area. The aHainmen+ of ihese objecrives requires +he services and abilifies of scholars, specialisis, and research workers in fhe various areas of infelleciual endeavor. Wifhin The limirs of fhe physical resources, ihe equipmenf, and library facilifies availalole. SCHOOL The Graduaie School has expanded from +ime ro fime +0 meer 'rhe needs and requiremenfs of fhe people of fhe Srafe. Every elslori' is made io keep class work ai' a high level wirh emphasis upon exiended research and reading. Sfudenfs are expecied io do superior work and 'lo masfer subiecfs rarher 'rhan merely meering minimum requiremenfs and complying simply wiih formal siandards indicafed in pro- grams leading foward various advanced degrees. The Graduare School offers 'rhe following graduafe degrees: Masier of Music, Masier of Music Educafion, Masfer of Educafion, Masfer of Science, Masfer of Arfs, Docfor of Educaiion, and Docfor of Philosophy. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS ROGER COLEMAN Presidenf BILL STROUD FirsT Vice-PresidenT MARY JO LUCAS Treasurer BlLLlE RUTH PATRICK Second Vice-Presidenf BILLY PIRTLE AdminisTraTive Assisfanf ANN TEE Secretary DR. JAMES R. SWITZER Advisor EXECUTIVE BRANCH The STudenT GovernmenT AssociaTion oT Missis- sippi SouThe'rn College is an acTive, viTal organiza- Tion composed oT all members oT The sTudenT body. All sTudenTs are encouraged To Talce parT in elecTions and oTher acTiviTies sponsored by The SGA. ln addi- Tion To sponsoring and holding campus elecTions, The SGA also sTages The annual I-lomecoming Dance, The BeauTy Ball, and oTher social TuncTions. Also, nu- merous "big-name" bands and musical groups are broughT To The campus in The course oT a year. STu- denT GovernmenT also issues several oT The school's largesT and mosT useTul publicaTions. The endeavors oT The STudenT GovernmenT AssociaTion make Tor an inTeresTing, acTive school year aT Mississippi SouThern College. The ExecuTive Branch oT STudenT C5overnmenT is composed oT an execuTive council, consisTing oT a PresidenT, IsT and 2nd Vice-PresidenTs, SecreTary and Treasurer. These oTTicers handle The aTTairs nor- mally handled by such oTTicers. In addiTion, The Presi- denT presides over The Men's and Women's ATTairs Boards respecTively. Also, an ExecuTive AssisTanT is appoinTed who Takes charge oT all social TuncTions Tor The ExecuTive Branch. The FirsT Vice-PresidenT handles all campus elecTions and is in charge, wiTh The 2nd Vice-President oT publishing "The Drawlf' All ExecuTive oTTicers are ex-oTTicio oTTicers oT The STudenT SenaTe. Le'FT To RigI1T: Billie RuTh P'aTricIc, Bill STroud, Billy PirTIe, Roger Coleman, Dr. James R, SwiT1er, Ann Tee, Mary Jo Lucas. LEGISLATIVE BRANCH Fron+ Row, Lefl' To Righ+: Richard Doiron, Roger Dennis, Ken Cochran, Tom Alexander, Kenny Main, Richard Assaf, Paul Morgan, Charles Assaf, Henry Aparicio, Bobby Voss. Second Row: BeH'y fClifTon, Jane Newion, Jackie Taylor, Bonnie Purvis, Frances Sue Wilcox, Madelyn Evere+T, Lynn Pogue, Diane Lassifer, Becky Green, Lois Pravafa, Marshall Rahaim, Third Row: Karen Trigg. Tay Mercer, Sandy Mayo, Jordan Dykes, Marie D'AnToni, Merrill Flowers, Sylvia Wafson, Judy Harrison. The legislaTiye 'powers oT The STudenT Govern- menT AssociaTion are vesTed in a sTudenT-senaTe. which has a represenTaTive Tor each IOO sTudenTs. All classes, including The graduaTe class, are repre- senTed. The senaTe is presided over by The presidenT oT The STudenT GovernmenT AssociaTion, and iTs acTs are subiecT To The approval oT The adminisTraTion. The STudenT SenaTe also serves as a coordinaTor oT many sTudenT acTiviTies and budgeTs and allocaTes The Tunds oT The STudenT GovernmenT AssociaTion. The STudenT SenaTe is one OT The mosT acTive Tunc- Tions oT The STudenT GoyernmenT AssociaTion. ' SENATE MEMBERS Ed A'lbriTTon Tom Alexander Henry Aparicio Charles Assaf Richard Assaf BeTTy CliTTon Lois PravaTa Cloud Ken Cochran Roger Dennis Richard Doiron Jordan Dykes Madelyn EvereTT Marie D'AnToni Merrill Flowers Diane Ferguson Becky Green Judy Harrison Frances Head Diane LassiTer Neil McMillan Kenny Main Sandy Mayo 35 Tay Mercer Paul Morgan Jane NewTon Lynn Pogue Bonnie Purvis Lucy Sharpe Marshall Rahaim Sherry Sims HarrieTT STovall Jackie Taylor Jimmy Thompson Karen Trigg Bobby Voss Frances Sue Wilcox l The STudenT CourT, The iudicial organ oT STudenT GovernrnenT, is made up oT Tive associaTe iusTices appoinTed by The PresidenT oT The STudenT GovernmenT AssociaTion. The responsibiliTies oT The courT are To adiudicaTe The consTiTuTion, To hear appeals Trom The STuclenT ATTairs Boards, To seT punishmenT Tor sTudenT oTTenses, and To acT as a TraTTic courT Tor The hearing oT cases concerning TraTTic violaTions. Normally, The sTudenTs selecT- ed Tor service on The STudenT CourT are ' oT The highesT caliber and scholarship. The AssociaTe JusTic.es OT The STudenT Courlr elec+ Trom Their number a ChieT JusTice who conducTs all hearings in The CourT. LeT+ To righT: Carolyn McGregor, Truman McKenzie, Chief JusTice Larry Bradley, Thomas HunTer Smi+h, and FaculTy Advisor, Dr. Leon A. Wilber. HONORABLE STUDENT COURT EXECUTIVE ASSlSTANT'S COMMITTEE Leff To Righf: Billy Pirile, Carolyn Wellborn, Ken Cochran, Ken Beoubay, Larry Bradley, Earl Pugh. This commiTTee is pri- marily concerned wiTh The producTion oT many campus acTiviTies. Among Those included are The BeauTy Ball. Homecoming, and cam- pus enTerTainmenT. They generally help coordi- naTe sTudenT acTiviTies assisTing The execuTive council. as IWEPVS AFFAIRS BOARD The problems of lhe 2,000 sfudenfs who live in school housing af MSC are capably handled by lylen's and Women's Affairs Boards, operalinq un- der Jrhe supervision of fhe deans of men and women respecfively and headed by a s+uden'r vice-presidenf of 'rhe Sfudenl' Governmenl Associahon. These Leif fo Righf: Bill Sfroud, Billy Pirile, Tommy Reynolds, Andrew Ramano. boards are comprised of sludenls elecled by resi- denls of differenf dormiiories who seelc 'ro handle qovernmenfal and discipline problems wilhin iheir dormi+ories. Decisions of fhese boards are subiecl' fo lhe approval of lhe respecfive dean and are also subiecf To appeal 'ro 'rhe Sfudenl Courf. Leif fo Righf: Jean Tripp, Marie Thames' Rosemary Rich, Mary Ann Sfewarf, Billie Rufh Pafricl, Mrs. lvah O. Wilber, Connie Shivers, Jay Wood, Ginger Garreff, Mollie Haley, Jackie Taylor. VWDNENS AFFAIRS BOARD HI ELT RH .BAP "' OFFICERS DONNA MATTHEWS Presidenf l X CAROLYN McGREGOR Vice-Presidenf SYLVIA CLAYTON Sfudenl Advisor TRUMAN McKENZIE Secrefary-Treasurer MRS. LENA Y. G-OUGH Advisor MARTHA DUNCAN DEKAY Publicify MRS. IVAH O. WILBER Advisor Left fo Righf: Mrs. Lena Y. Gough, Sylvia Ann Clayion, Carolyn McGregor, Truman McKenzie, Donna Mafllaews, and Mrs Ivah O Wilbur. Phi Delia Rho recognizes scholarship, leadership. ancl characfer among senior women. Organized a+ Mississippi Soufhern in I94I. Phi Della Rho promoles high slanclarcls of democralic living, devel- ops finer qualifies of members. emphasizes leadership. scholarship and admirable personal qualifies of womanhoocl. 38 DONNA MATTHEWS Presidenf oMicRoN DELTA KAPPA Q JAM ES D. CRAWFORD Presidenf GEORGE W. TATE Vice-Presiclenf JAMES L. SPEAKE, JR. Treasurer X-J DR. CLAUDE FIKE Secrelary DR. G. F. HARTWIG Faculfy Advisor orricsns sr li 5 tees I .gem I Leff 'lo Righf, fronf row: Joe Crews, James Speale. George Tafe, Norberf Johnson, Larry Bradley, and Tommy P urvis. Second Row: Harold Howze. Dr. Gilberf Harfwig. Dr. Claude File, James Crawford. Benny Rohr. Third Row: Gene Rafcliff, Aubrey Lucas, Dr. Recfor R. Hardin, Dr. James R. Swifzer, and Dr. Porier L. Forfune, Jr. .,:g:.s"""f" c' z e -1. . NJ JAM ES D. CRAWFORD Presidenf Membership in Omicron Della Kappa. nafional leadership honor socieiy for college men, is 'rhe highesl honor paid a college man. Bringing faculfy and oufsfanding siudenfs fogefher on a basis of muiual in'reres+ and underslanding, ODK helps mould Jrhe sen'rimen'r of The college on quesfions of local and infercollegiafe inleresl. ODK, placing emphasis upon fhe developmenl of lhe whole man, has for membership requiremenfsz exemplary characler. responsi- ble leadership and discriminafory service in campus life. superior scholarship, genuine fellowship, and c-onsecrafion To democralic ideals. The developmenf and beauiificafion of ODK walk is one way in which fhese ideals of ODK are lcepl' before 'rhe sfudenl' body. 39 Q PIKAPPA PI 1 X-xxx xxxgx, Q Z W 6 OFFICERS .4 pun , Q ANNE COKER Presideni , ,, f " ky TOMMY PURVIS Vice-Presidenf ' TRUMAN MCKENZIE secfeiafy Nl X Seafed from lofi fo right Anne Coker, Dr. John Allen, Truman McKenzie. Sfanding, from left fo righf: Mrs. Martha Dunca Dokay Tommy Purvis. Kay Hunf. Pi Kappa Pi. nafional honorary scholasiic fraiernify. was founded ai The Universily of Mississippi in I925. in order 'ro mainiain honor. and exiend sound learning, high scholarship and inielleciual achieve- menl. The Mississippi Souihern chapier was 'insfalled on March 3 I, l949. Membership in 'the frafernily is open lo sludenis who have main- 'rained seveniy per'cen+ "A" grades for ninefy consecufive hours in residence ai MSC. This siandard makes Pi Kappa Pi The mos? de- manding of all scholarship iraierniiies. Since Pi Kappa Pi recognizes high scholarship in any 'rype of siudy for which a recognized aca- demic degree is auihorized, membership in lhe organizalion be- comes a goal Toward which many siudenls may slrive. 40 ANN E COKER Prasidanf PHI ETA SIGMA OFFICERS TOM SMITH Presidenl' JEFF HICKS Vice-Presidenf TED KMET Secrelary CYRIL WIERANGO Hislorian WILLIAM MERTON Treasurer Phi Ela Sigma is a nalional scholasfic honor fralernily 'lor freshmen men. AI MSC, il slarls 'lhe year by helping lo gel freshmen slarled in proper srudy habils rhrough lallcs and presenling definile goals 'ro work foward. A rolaling 'lrophy is pre- senled by Phi Era Sigma lo lhe social 'Ira- lernily pledge class having lhe highesl grade average. A 3.5 average is required for Phi Era Sigma membership. Firsf Row, Ieff fo rigid: Charles Polk, Larry Bradley, Billy Taylor, Joe Crews. Second Row: John Wierango, Tom Smilh, Bill Merfon, Jeff Hicks, Oliver Ainsworrh. Third Row: Gary Waller, Wilberf Ensinef, Ted Kmaf, Jerry McClain, Carl Touchslone. orrlceas Q BARBARA ALLEN Presidenl JUDY HARRISON Senior Advisor Q JANIE VINCENT Secrelary MRS. IVAH O. WILBER Advisor 0 MARTHA MARKLINE Treasurer MRS. LENA Y. GOUGH Advisor JUDY NAHRGANG Hislorian M'RS. POLLY WILSON Advisor Q J Alpha Lambda Della was insfalled al MSC in 1956. I+ is designed lo sfimulale sludy and high schol- arship among freshman women, Each year Alpha Lambda Della presenls a frophy fo lhe freshman ., woman mainlaining ihe highesl overall average for her firsl' lwo quarlers of college. Membership in- ' dicafes a "reward" for genuine inleresl in lhings inlelleclual and for worlc well done. Fronf Row, left 'lo righf: Gail Finley, Marlha Duncan DeKay, Ginger Garreff, Becky Green, Maudell Fairchild, Mrs. Polly Wilson, Margo Burge, Julia Riner, Jeanelle Williams. Second Row, left fo righf: Mrs. Lena Y. Gough, Judy Harrison. Linda Jordan, Barbara Allen, Judy Nahrgang, Elanor Keenan, Frances Head, Truman McKenzie, Janie Vincenf, Mary Lou- isa Caldwell, Donna Mahhews, Marfha Marlline, Mary Lou Jones, Mn. lva'l1 O. Wilber. HA MOBILE, .ALABAMA Who's Who Among Sluclenls in American Colleges and Universilies: Tau Kappa Alpha, Vice-Presidenl: One of Five Ouisianding Freshmen men: Omicron Delia Kappa: Delegajre 'ro ninih and ienih Mississip- pi Youlh Congress: Delegaie and Parliamenlarian 'ro Mississippi Inlercollegiale Council: Delegaie lo Soulhern U-niversiiies Sluclenl' Governmeni Associ- aiion: Manager of sialion WMSU: lniramural chair- man and member of debale Jream: Presiclenl Siu- cleni Governmeni Associaiion: REW Commiiiees. LL OF FAME Alplwa Lambda Dellap Senalorg Treasurer, Sigma Sigma Sigmag Pledge Scllolarslwip Award: Secrelary, Bela Bela Belag Execulive Council, Baplisl Sludenl Unionq Vice-Presidenl, Kappa Mu Epsilony Pi Tau Cluig Presldenl, Phi Della Rlwo: Presidenl, Jones I-lallg Women's Allairs Boardg Presidenl, Panllellenic Councilg Wl1o's Who Among Sludenls In American Universilies and Colleges: REWQ Kappa Della Pig Counselor. 0'IIfltA.,Hl76Znwof JACKSON, . MISSISSIPPI ZZZ Clmlf: llfflrrw HATTIESBURG. MISSISSIPPI AAA 1 'B HALL OF E Ivlosl Oulslanding Freshman Women: Model Pledge of Della Della Della: Aclivilies Chairman. Vice- Presidenl, President Della Delia Della: Freshman Class Favorile: Dormilory President Iwo years: Fea- 'rure Ediror, SCUTI-IERNER: Secrelary, Sophomore Class: Senaleg Women's Affairs Board: Associale Juslice of Sludeni Courr: President Pi Tau Chi: Vice President Phi Della Rho: I-lead Cheerleader: Fresh- man Counselor: REW Commiilee: Newman Club: Chairman, Secrelarial CommiH'ee for CIA: Dele- gale Io Siudenl Conference on Nalional Affairs: Freshman Orienrafion Commiliee: Who's Who Among Siudenls in American Colleges and Univer- silies. 'QTL I P S Jusiice of Siudeni Couri' Three IeHerman in Fool- L4n's"'V0- ball M Club Siudenf Coach Who s Whom Amer: can Colleges and Universiiiesg Sporismanship Award given by l-laiiiesburg Aihleiic Officials Associaiion. FERRIDAY LOUISIANA Phi Era Sigma- Omicron Delia Kappa: Pi Kappa Pi: Z Q . 9. r lllhdgilllhol AMONG STUDENTS in AME,Rl.CAN if l umvmsmes' 4-gnu cqwuaees , ll WHO'S WHO The s+uden+s recognized by Who's Who Among Sfudenis ln American Universi+ies and Colleges are nomina+ed from approximalely 750 colleges and universilies. Campus nominalring commillees con- sider, in making Jrheir seleciions. +he s+uden+'s schol- arshipg his parlicipalion and leadership in academic and exiracurricular acliviiiesg his ciiizenship and service +o Jrhe school: his promise of fulure useful- ness. Afier being chosen by 'rhe campus commiHee, +he s+uden+'s name is submilled +o +he naiional or- ganizarion. Mississippi Souihern is exlremely proud of Jrhe +hir+y-six oulsfanding siudenls who have been accepied for Who's Who. LARRY EUGENE BRADLEY Sumrall: Treasurer, 2nd Vice-President Wes- ley Po-undalion: Vice-President Yellow Jack- eis: Phi Eia Sigma: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Omi- cron Delia Kappa: Oulslanding Sophomore R.O.T.C. Cadei: Scabbard and Blade: Chief Juslice of Sfudeni Courf: Delegaie IOih Annual Mississippi Youih Congress: Execu- iive Assisiani's Commifiee, JAMES DAVID CRAWFORD Canion: Presidenl, Omicron Delia Kappa: Vice-Presidenl, Kappa Kappa Psi: Presideni, Phi Mu Alpha: Presidenf of "Pride of Mis- sissippi" Marching Band:Cas1'oi "Guys and Dolls" and "Brigadoon:" Phi Mu Alpha Na- lional lnlercolle-giaie Band: R.E.W. Commii- iee oi IOO, 3 years. ai-if MARY LOUISE CALDWELL Gulporfz Hislorian, Presideni, Alpha Epsilon Delia: Pi Kappa Pi: Bela Bela Befa, Treas- urer: Alpha Lambda Delia: Oufsianding Freshman Siudenf in Biology: Oufsianding Uppelrclass Siudenf in Pre-Med: Nalional Delia Delia Delia Scholarship award. JOSEPH HOWARD CREWS, JR. McComb: Men's Ailiairs Board: Dormiiory Presideni: Presideni, Phi Eia Sigma: Omi- cron Delia Kappa: Presidenf, Bapfisf Siudenf Union: Comrniifee Chairman for R.E.W.: Greaier Council B.S.U.: Orienlafion Com- mifiee. SYLVIA ANN CLAYTON Cilronelle, Ala.: Treasurer, Chaplain of Pledge Class, Alpha Sigma Alpha: Vice- Presicleni, Presideni, Pi Omega Pi: Senior Adviser, Phi Delia Rho: Kappa Della Pi: Graduaie Senaforg College Union Aciivifies Commiileeg Bapiisf Siudeni Union: U.B.E.A.- Smead Award for oulsfanding Prospeclive Business Educafion Teacher: Graduafe Fel- low in Business Educa+ion 'For I959-60: Amer- ican Associaiion of Univeirsily Women. V MARTHA DUNCAN DEKAY Liberfy: Alpha Lambda Della: Phi Delia Rho: Pi Kappa Pi: Treasurer, Kappa Omicron Phi: Kappa Della Pi: Pledge Director, Phi Mu: Home Economics Club: Bapfisl Sludenf Un- ion: Freshman Orienlafion Commilfee: Mosl Oulslanding Panhellenic Pledge. MILLARD C. HAMILTON Fulron, Ala.: Presidenf Pledge Class, Comp- iroller, Presidenf, Sigma Phi Epsilon: Presi- denf Pledge Class, Delia Sigma Pi: Vice- Presidenr, lnlerfraferniry Council: Delegare fo Nalional lnferiralernify Conference: Del- egale lc- Soufh Easfern lnlerfrafernily Con- ference: Chairman of Greek Week, Edilor. IFC Rush Manual: Presidenl IFC Bowling League: Head Dormifory 'Proc1'or: Yellow Jaclcefs: President Collegiate Civi+an. kmjfyss X f as A .K-.T-."s"'ibnon 6452 ear SUSAN ELIZABETH GOULD Mobile, Ala.: Execufive Edilor, Managing Edifor, News Ediforl Sludenr Prinlz: Seclion Edilcr, The Drawl: College Union Acfivilies Commiffee: Commiffee for Congress on ln- lernafional Affairs: Delegale lo Columbia Press Associarion, Convenfion, New Yorlc Ciiy. ALBERT COCHRAN EDWARDS Mobile, Ala.: Presidenl, Sfudenf Chrislian Federation: Secrefary, Presidenl, Circle K. Club: lsr Vice-Presidenf, Public Relalions Chairman, Wesley Foundaiion: Vice-Presiv denl, Sfale Sfudenf Chrislian Associafion: Assislanf Managing Edilor, Sludenl' Priniz: Oulsfanding Pledge, Alumni Secreiary, Rush Chairman, Chaplain, Pi Kappa Alpha: Junior Class Favorile: 'Pi Tau Chi: Commillee of IOO for R.E.W. WHO'S WINFRED NEAL HANKS Prichard, Ala.: Rush Chairman, Vice-Presi- denf, President Phi Kappa Tau: Associale Business Manager, Sfudenl Prinfzg Advisor, "Drawl": Vice-Presidenl, Senior Class: lnfer fralerniiy Council Represeniafive. HHN., We g V, XM QQ NK 'MLW 'M -KM c xx ii , wig, A ii2,W?'s5 aim f'?si,,.,M WU .fa sf'-A JUDITH ANN HARRISON Challanooga, Tenn.: Edilor, Execulive As- sislanl, SOUTHERNER: Annual Slall Award: Model Pledge, Treasurer, Pledge Class Treas- urer, Della Della Della: Vice House Chair- man, Halliesburg Hall, Women's Allairs Board: Sludenl Senaleg Publicalions, Conler- ence on lnlernalional Affairs: 'President Senior Advisor, Alpha Lambda Della: Vice- Presidenl, Weslminsler Fellowship: 'REW Commillee ol' TOO: Cheerleader: Orienlalion Commillee: Oulslanding Freshman Woman, Junior Maid, Homecoming. WHO THOMAS NOBERT JOHNSON Viclisburg: Omicron Della Kappa: Presidenl. Vice-Presidenl, Yellow Jackelst Vice-'Presi- denl, Treasurer, Secrelary, Pi Sigma Epsilon: Circle Kg College Union Acliviliesy New- man Club: Conlerence on lnlernalional Al- lairsq Orienlalion Commilleeg Spiril Com- milleeq Advanced Sludenl, R,O.T.C. RUBY ANN HOWELL Halliesburg: Execulive Council, Vice-Presi- denl, Sludenl Summer Missionary, Baplisl Sludenl Union: Secrelary, Presidenl, Nalion- al Execulive Council, Sigma Alpha Elag Pledge Class Reporler, Honor Pledge Tro- phy, Scholarship Chairman, Chaplain, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Twice Delegale lo American Speech Xi Hearing Convenlio-ns: Kappa Della Pig Brigadoon Casl. HARRY EVANS HORN Mobile, Ala.: Rush Chairman, Chaplain, Sec- relary, Phi Kappa Tau: Presidenl, Secrelary, Inlerlralernily Council: Senalor, Sophomore Class Presidenlg Treasurer, Yellow Jaclcels: Men's Allairs Board1 Sludenl Social Lile Comrnilleeg College Union Aclivilies Com- milleeq Orienlalion Commilleey Edilcr, Greek Seclion, "Drawl." JAMES ERROL LADNER Halliesburg: Presidenl, Kappa Mu Epsilon: Yellow Jaclcels: Orienlalion Commillee: Physics Club, R.O.T.C. Company Comman- derg Scabbard and Blade: Varsily Tennis. W... -m-1. '-951 AGNES LINDA LEE Jackson: Presidenl, Panhellenic Council Pledge Class Vice-Presidenl, Rush Chairman, Alpha Sigma Alpha: Reporler, Vice-Presi denl, Recruilmenl Chairman, l-lame EQ, Club: Presidenl, 4el-l Club. JOHN OSCAR MAYO, JR. Jackson: Cade? Maior, R.O.T.C. Cadef Corp Commander: Scalobard 81 Blade: Soulhern Generals Drill Team: Rifle Team: Dislin- guished 'Mililary Sludenl: Presidenl, Della Sigma Pi: Yellow Jackels: Manager, Missis- sippi Soufhern College Golf Course. we-'rf'- DONNA DENICHA MATTHEWS Jackson: Panhellenic Represenlalive, Treasur- er, Pledge Scholasfic Award, Sigma Sigma Sigma: Presidenl, Panhellenic Council: Ex- MARY JO LUCAS l-lalliesburgz Treasurer, S.6.A.: Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman, Panhellenic Dele- gale, Chi Omega: Freshman Counselor: Ale pha Lambda Della: Beauly: R.E.W.: Casl, Tender Trap: MSC Delegale, Mississippi ln- lercolleqiale Council: Delegale, Soulhern lnlercollegiale Associalion of Sludenf Gov- ernmenl: Treasurer, Refailing and Merchan- dising Club. WHO'S EARL KELTON MORRIS Halliesburg: Pledge Secrefary, Oufslanding Pledge, Social Chairman, 'Rush Chairman, Grand Masler of Ceremonies, Grand Mas- fer, Kappa Sigma: Cheerleader: Treasurer, Scabbard 8: Blade: Sludenl Governmenl So- cial Cornmillee: Yellow Jackels: Mississippi lnlercollegiale Convenlion: Senior R.O.T,C. eculive Council, Baplisf Sfudenl Union: All pha Lambda Della: Presidenl, Phi Delia Rho: House Chairman: Secrefary, Bela Bela Bela: Vice-Presidenl, Kappa Mu Epsilon: Pi Tau Chi: R.E.W, Commillee Chairman: CIA Delegale, Sludenl Senale. ss E35 3 is f 5 gi? .F ' 5 it . BINNIE LEE McCOY Pelal: Sigma Phi Epsilon Liffle Sisler: Treas- urer, Alpha Lambda Delia: Psi Club, Pub- liciry: German Club Publicify: Vice-Presideni, Souihern Players: Alpha Psi Omega: Keeper oi Grades, Sigma Sigma Sigma: Alumni Scholarship: Freshman Counselor. HO JANE NEWTON Amiie, La.: 2nd Vice-Presideni, Kappa Om: cron Phi: Assisfanf Treasurer Vice-Presideni Phi Mu: Secrefary, Home Economics Club: Senior Class Treasurer: Capfain, Dixie Dar, lings: Wesiminsfer Fellowship: Phi Mu Alpha Sweeihearr. i ELLA TRUMAN McKENZIE Bay Springs: Alpha Lambda Delia: Treasur- er, Phi Della Rho: Secrefary, Pi Kappa Pi: Kappa Omicron Pi: Guard, Kappa Delia Pi: Pi Tau Chi: Presidenl, Vice-'President Secre- fary, Home Economics Club: Social Chair, man, Sfaie Social Chairman, Bapiisf Siudeni Union: Senalor: Sfudeni Courf Jusiice: Soufhern Universiiies Sfuclenf C-overnmenl Associafion Represenfaiive: R.E.W. Commit fee: Delia Della Delia Local Service Schol- arship: Befiy Dulces Craii Memorial Scholar- ship: Dormiiory Civic Chairman. wg 1-ff CAROLYN McGREGOR Haiiiesburg: ivlosi Ouisfanding Freshman Woman: Ouisianding Pledge, Aciiviiies Chairman, Vice-President, Presideni, Delia Delia Della: Secreiary, Sophomore Class: Fealure Ediror, SOUTHERNER: Chairman, Execuiive Commiiiee, lniernaiional Aiiairs: Associaie Jusiice, Siudenf Courl: Presidenl, Pi Tau Chi: Vice-Presidenf, Phi Delia Rho: Head Cheerleader: Freshman Class Favoriie' Newman Club: Womens Aiiairs Board: R.E.W. Commiiree of IOO: Siudeni Senare: Freshman Orienialion Commiiiee. EUGENE KENYON OWEN New Orleans, La,: President Alpha Epsilon Alpha: Treasurer, Vice-Presideni, Circle K Club: Treasurer, Pi Tau Chi: Scabbard 8: Blade: Vice-Presidenf, Presidenr, Siudeni Chrisiian Federafion: Presidenf, Treasurer, Weslminsier Fellowship. 211- 5 X A K Qi? or A. si we 1-.... BILLIE RUTH PATRICK Halliesburg: 2nd Vice-Presidenl, Sludenl' Governmenl Associalion: Chairman, Wom- en's Alllairs: Secrelary, Sludenl Chrislian Federalion: Treasurer, Junior Class: Junior Homecoming Maid: Junior Class Favorile: Chaplain, Vice-Presidenl, Alpha Sigma Al- pha: Top Twenly Beauly: R,E.W, Comrnil- lee: Youlh Congress Clerlc: M.l.C.: S.I.A.S.6. GENE DELOIN RATCLIFF Fl. Wallon Beach, Fla.: Pledge Class Par- liamenlarian: Pi Kappa Alpha: Vice-Presi- X denl. Alpha Epsilon Della: Bela Bela Bela, Presidenl: Soulhern Generals: German Club: Omicron Della Kappa. :u-M: Ii G ,aff , THOMAS LEO Pukvls Ferriday, La.: Phi Ela Sigma: Omicron Della Kappa: Pi Kappa Pi: M Club: 3 Foolball Lellers: Freshman Senalor: Juslice on Slu- Q denl Courl. LOIS ANN PRAVATA Slidell, La.: Recording Secrelary, Presidenl, Alpha Sigma Alpha: Cheerleader: Counsel- or: 3 years Beauly: Sludenl' Body Maid: Treasurer, Sigma Alpha Ela: Junior Panhel- lenic Represenlalive: Senalor: IO Besl Dressed Girls: Corresponding Secrelary, Newman Club: R.E.W. Commillee. WHO'S JEROME VINCENT REEL, JR. New Orleans, La.: Presidenl. Pi Kappa Al- pha: Vice-Presidenl, Pi Tau Chi: lnlerfraler- nily Council: Delegale, Nalional lnlerlra- lernily Conference: R.E,W. Commillee of IOO: Edilor, Weslminsler Fellowship: Par- liamenlarian, Sludenl Senale: Deleqale, Conference on lnlernalional Affairs: Dele- gale, Lilerary Feslival: Delegale, Wriler's Conference. A ,, N i mf' , ROSEMARY RICH Tupelo: Oulslanding Pledge in Scholarship, Hisforian. Della Della Della: Alpha Lambda Della: President Canferbury Club: Treasur- er, Horne Economics Club: House Chairman: R.E.W. Commiflee of IOO: Women's Alslairs Board: Conference of lnlernalional Affairs: College Union Associalion Commilfee: Re- porler, Kappa Omicron Phi. WHO WILLIAM ALLEN STROUD Halliesburg: President Corresponding Sec- relary, lnferlrafernify Council Represenla- five, Kappa Alpha Order: Firsl Vice-Presi- dent Sluclenf Governmenf Associalion: Chairman, Men's Alilairs Board: Chairman, Eleclions Commission: Delegafe, M.l.C.: Delegale. Soufhern Universifies Sludenf Gov- ernmenl Associalion: 'R.E.W. Commilfee of IOO: Physics Sociely Associale Member: Fencing Club: Co-Edilor, "Drawl." wifi' KGQEQXV B Xxx. ZFX 010 if' 4 BENNIE ARNOLD ROHR Pascagoula: Yellow Jaclreis: Vice-President Circle K Club: Baplisl' Sludenl' Union: R.E.W. Commillee of IOO: Befa Bela Bela: Presi- dent Hislorian, Pi Tau Chi: Omicron Della Kappa: Graduale Fellowship. GEORGE WILLIS TATE Mobile, Ala.: Membership Commitlee, Vice- Presiclent Omicron Delia Kappa: Capfain, Scabbard 81 Blade: Manager, President Mis- sissippi Soufhern College Gymnaslics Team: Vice-President Fencing Club: Grand Scribe. Kappa Sigma: Chairman, Planning Commif- lee of Conference on Inlernalional Affairs: Dislinguished Mililary Sludenf: Cadel' Brig- ade Adiulant R.O.T.C.: Pi Gamma Mu. R.E.W. Commiflee of IO0 THOMAS HUNTER SMITH. III Monficello: Social Chairman. Pledge Presi- dent Pledge Vice-President Sigma Phi Ep- silon: Band: President 'Phi Ela Sigma: Bela Bela Bela: Alpha Epsilon Della: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Treasurer, German Club: Treasurer. Sfudenf Alliliales of American Chemicals Sociely: Associale Juslice, Sludenl Courl: Yellow Jackels: Circle K Club: Halfiesburg Civic Symphony: Cast Brigadoon, Guys and Dolls: Omicron Delfa Kappa. 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'FY ', W -- v-A-Www Al ' J .,'r,2'.'2f-:zz ww' 535' " " " ' vi, il ff,f-ff+'+f5-ff,-W - . , .. M ,, ,V , ""'g':,,.4vQn .ww X ,Q5NgM,',gf:f125lf2'vwfZi.,,, Wlifby. . ' ' "M" , P, -, , L- -- y ' " -,H f 4-A5 M ' we N 2 ,Q 1 w..WG. FEATURE LYNNDA CULPEPPER CATHY PETERSON GERRY REID HELEN HARROD FRANCES SUE WILCOX KNO? A 'IJ flljl BEAUTIES FRANCES HEAD SHERRY SIMS HARRIET STOVALL MILLY BALL MADELYN EVERETT X52 X52 K, 1 ,KJ K 1 69 if-QW ...J miss 15011114 Sm ifL Queen SARAH SMITH and BOB RHINEHART Ho com g Kung and Queen 70 MILLY BALL CATHY PETERSON S+uden+ Body Maid H 0 M E C G M I N G Freshman Maid SUE FROST M A I D S JUNE WOOD Graduafe Maid Sophomore Maid FRANCES HEAD JUDY HARRISON Senior Maid Junior Maid 7I SHERRY D MISS SOUTHERN Miss Sherry Sims reigned during 1959 as Mississippi SouHwern's Tops in beaury, iaienlr, and personeii+y.Si1e represenieci Souiiiern in fine Miss Mississippi Pegeani in Vicksburg. PERSONALITIES FRANCES SUE WILCOX Miss Carfhage EVELYN STONE Miss Hospifalify of Laurel JANE MERCIER Miss Hospifalify of Summi+ LYNN POGUE MARTHA ANN VANN MARTHA ELLEN WELSH Miss Laurel Miss Haifiesburg Miss Hospiialify HELEN HARROD Miss Hospi+aIi+y of Long Beach ANN CAROL WALKER Miss Hospifalify of Waynesboro 73 of HaH'iesburg CHARLOTTE GENTRY Miss Hospifalify of Pascagoula MARGARITA MORRIS Miss Yazoo Cify M MM YT lr' fi' 1 il 5 ' PUBLICATIONS PROFESSIONAL AND RELIGIOUS GROUPS ROTC gy 5' Front Row left fo rughl' Mary Frances Arfhur Efher Sasscne Roger Denms Jnmmy Wxllnams Conme Bames Second Row Cathryn Vann Mary Aluns Jimmy Cooper, Jaclrls Taylor Karen Blackwell Judry Davls Nancy Tndwell Barbara Ufsey Sandra Kmghl' Sandra lrwnn Third Row Carol Jordan Eldred Ward Bobby Sholders, Rulh Johnson, OARD The College Umon Board IS a cross secllon cam mole parhes dances lournamenls and special ac- pus group lhal provides sludenls wxlh a wholesome lnvrhes The various commullees keep lhe Sludenl Presidenl' Vice-Presidenf Secrelary Treasurer Parliamenlarian Program Direclor THE 1960 SGUTHERNER When sfudenfs began fo pour onfo Soufhern's campus in Sepfember, work had long been underway on fhe anniversary edifion of fhe l96O SOUTHERN- ER. Careful planning wifh fhe Benson Prinfing Com- pany and fhe consulfanfs fhere produced a fheme. sample layoufs. and insfrucfions as fo layoufs and forms fo be used fhroughouf fhe year. Af fhe beginning of Fall Quarfer fhe complefe sfaff was appoinfed. and sfaff meefing began fo meef regularly each Monday affernoon. The SOUTHERNER office became a beehive of acfivify. Many long hours were spenf wrifing and rewrifing copy. edifing picfures,and wasfing fime frying fo explain fo fhe sfudenf who forgof fo have his pic-fure made fhaf if was foo lafe. Classes were missed, homework wenf undone. and we iusf found if neces- sary fo miss some of fhose meefings fhaf inevifably come up. Yef all of a sudden fhe book began fo fake shape. and finally if was complefed. P Realizing fhaf each Soufhern sfudenl' has his own ideas as fo whaf a yearbook should be. we can nof hope fo safisfy everyone. Yef our goal has been fo presenf a represenfafive picfure of Mississippi Soufhern-ifs friendliness. fradifion and progress. We earnesfly hope fhaf fhis edifion will become a hisfory for posferify. a good will insfrumenf, and a memory book for each of you. ' JU-DY HARRISON Edifor JIM SPEAKE Business Manager NEP THE? ED Al-ABRITTON GINGER sAR,RiE1'r Afwfavf Edlfol' Executive Assislanf SOUTHERNER STAFF Left fo rlqhl: Robbie Coclrer-ham, Orqanizallonsg Susan Wren, Typlsfg Clair Davis, Typisfg Clayton Ryan, Art Edilorg Jan Kath, Layoul Edifo-r. Sfaff members lake lime ouf for a cole: Pal' Kelly, Assisfanl' Business Manager: Caroline Ready, Berry Slraif. Carol Coleman, Leon Gravelle, Lefl lo righl: Jonefla Lewis, Gail Finley, Sharon Shirey, Kennelh Rui and Linda Smifh. land, Jordan Dykes, and Judy Chism. 78 BETTY BOYD MARTHA ANN VANN PAUL MORGAN Adlvlfiu Edlfor Feature Edifor SPOHS Ediflil' Q I v STAFF CAMILLE GP-MBI-'N JUDY HARRISON Ediror organinnons Edna' JIM SPEAKE Business Manager GINGER GARRETT Execufive Assisfanf ED ALBRITTON Assisfanr Edilor PAT KELLY Assislanl Business Manager MARTHA ELLEN WELSH Leadership Edifor JO MASON Leadership Edifor CAMILLE GAMBLIN Organizafiorns Edilor PAUL MORGAN Sporfs Edifor MARTHA ANN VANN Feafure Edifor BETTY BOYD Acfivifies Edifor EARL PUGH Frarernify Edifor KATHIE DANKERT Sororify Eclilor MARSHALL RAHAIM Snapshof Edifor CLAIR DAVIS Typisr PAUL YATES PAUL YATES Pholographer Pl'l0f09fiPl10f DEAN RADER GJRANTHAM Advisor STAFF MEMBERS: Robbie Cockerham, Susan Wren, Clayfon Ryan, Jan Ralh. ' Caroline Ready, Jane Ann Buford, Berry Srrair, Carole Coleman, Leo-n Gravelle, Linda Smilh, Kennefh Rulhland, Joneffa Lewis, Gail Finley, Sharon Shirey, Jordan Dykes, Judy Chism, and Lynnda Culpepper. EARL PUGH and KATHIE DANKERT MARTHA ELLEN WELSH and JO MASON Gro Leadership Edifori 7 5 79 aasnnsvli .. ' 4 SUSAN GOULD BETTY PATTERSON Exacuiiva Edifor Business Mgnaggf , STUDENT PRINTZ The "S'ruden+ Prin+z," now in irs second year of The Priniz covers +he +wo-fold purpose of cam- operafion under Hs own press power, improved pus coverage and a source of experience for fu- by more experienced slaicl members, confinues lure iournalisfs who are given opporfuni'ries 'ro To fake lop honors by winning The Columbia Med- apply 'rheir Jralenis in a praclical way To 'rhe field alisf award for +he nin'rh conseculive year and a of small paper publicalion. v Firsl Class Rafing wi'rh 'rhe Associafed Collegiale Press of I96O. Sea'red around fhe news deslr are: Mary Alice Hardy, Liz Wagner, David Webb, Mary Lou Jones, David Kahls'rorff,lCaroline Ready, Susan Gould, Sonny Edwards, Beffy Pafferso n, Kathie Danlrer+, and Leroy Morganli. 80 SUSAN GOULD LEROY MORGANTI BETTY PATTERSON NEAL HANKS ALBEIRT EDWARDS DAVID WEBB LIZ WAGNER MARY LOU JONES HOOT MASON MARTY RICKARD NICK STRATES MARY HARDY JOHN LAMBERT BILL SCRIMPSHIRE KATHIE DANKERT CAROLINE READY LUIS WOLCOTT EDITH ANN MILLER DAVID KHALSTORFF dh"""N9 :: E, .,.. g Wiz STAFF Execuiive Edifor Managing Edifor Business Manager Associaie Business Manager Assisfanf Managing Edifor News Edifor News Ediior Sporfs Ediior Sporfs Ediior Assislanf Sporls Ediior Feafure Ediior Assisianf Feafure Edifor Phoio Ediior Phofographer Sociefy Ediior Assisfanl Sociely Edifor Columnisf Columnisf Carfoonisf Sonny Edwards, Assisfanf Managing Edifor, and Leroy Morganh Man aging Edilor. J The pride of the Prinh, ifs press, is operafed here by: Wade Lowe, David Webb, Molly Hailey, and Charlos O'NoiI. John Lambert, Phofo Ediior, and Neal Hanlrs, Assisfanf Business Man- Preparing copy and malring ou? page Iayoufs are: Kafhy Danlcerf So agar. .:ie+y Ediforg Mary Lou Jones, Sporis Ediforp Liz Wagner, News Edl+or and 8I Mary Alice Hardy, Assnsfanf Feafure Edlfor THE BAPTIST STUDENT UNICN YOUNG WOMEN'S AUXILIARY BAPTIST BROTHERHOOD A unif of BSU for gil'I5 A unif of BSU for men The Bapfisi' Siucieni Union is 'rhe religious ac- fiviiy of Bapiisi siudenis of Mississippi Souihern College. All siucienis who are members of Firsi, Main Sfreei, Temple, Thiriy-Eighih Avenue, or Universiiy Bapiisi churches or of 'rhe campus uniis piciured here are auiomaiic members. ISU OFFICERS. Seafed, left fo riqhh Harrie! Manning, Mary Tom Haun, Roland Haun, Judy Wright, Sherrill Smith, Ann Howell, Donna Maffhews, Ken Cochran, Margo Burge, John Addison, Marqaref Ann Clinfon. Sfand- ing: Rev. Louie Farmer, Jr., Director: Joe Howard Crews, Presidenf. Noi' Pictured: John Potts, Marion Ann Busby, Ross Burnside, Linda Howell, Donald Dick, Mrs. G. C. Smiih, Faculfy Advisor. Bapfisf Siudenf Feliowship-a unii' of H10 Bapfisf Sfudenf Union meefs Tuesday evening in fhe Jackson Room. awww, Officers are picfured in +he Canferbury Office, fronf row, leff +0 righfz Joe Bradley, Jane Ba'Hley, Linda Lee, and Celia Sarafsopulos. Second row: Rev. Parlc and Rosemary Rich. The Canierbury Club was char- 'rered on ihe Mississippi Souihern campus in I946. This club is com- posed of an organized group of Episcopal siudenis and is a mem- ber of diocesan and naiional asso- ciaiions of Canierbury Clubs. The goals of Jrhe Canferbury Club are as follows: worship. siudy, fellow- ship. conferences. refreais, and serving 'rhe mission of Chrisiianiiy in higher educafion, CANTERBURY CLUB Members gafher af moefing. Fronf Row, leff fo righh Edgar Hughes, Gayle Sufherland, Susan Dunn, Millie'H'e Reese. Second Row: Tay Mercer, David Pyle, Jane Baffloy, Linda Lea, Jay Ginsberg, Rav. Park. Third Row: Crew Hall, Phyllis Whifo, Jill Bumsfoad. Jane Camoran, and Charlos Robertson. 83 Newman Club members are shown in a group as ihey welcome fha Chrisfmax season wifh a parfy. L U B N E W M A N C JOHN HElDER CELESTE SAVELL BENNIE MALLEY ROSE KOLIOH FATHER PAUL OFFICERS Presidenf Vice-Presidenf Secrefary Treasurer Chaplain The Newman Club was eslablished al' Mississippi Sourhern in The fall of I946, and is a member of +he Nalional Newman Club Federalion and lhe Gulf S+a'res Province. Three main poinrs The Newman Club sfresses in sludenr life are religious. inlelleclual and social development The organiza+ion is dedi- ca1'ed'ro fhe principles of Cardinal John Henry New- man. a converr 'ro 'rhe Calholic failh. During The year, programs include speakers, dis- cussions. group aifendance a+ mass and communion 'rhree 'rimes a year, socials. and special proiecfs. The Newman Club is one of lhe oufsfandingly ac- five groups on campus- religiously. educafionally, and sociallly. WE A 'few Wesley members praciice a program fo be given af flie Tuesday nigh? meefing, lefi' fo righf: Mary Evelyn Granberry, S+an Givin, Harrie? McCluer. and Clark Balius. I SLEY FOUNDATICJN The aim of lhe Wesley Foundalion is lo creale and mainlain an almosphere conducive 'ro lhe developmenl' of a Chrislian philosophy of life lo lhe end lhal all members of lhe college com- munify may possess knowledge and un- derslanding of 'rhe Chrislian Failh. and 'rhaf sfudenls may emerge from 'rheir educalional experiences prepared 'ro wilness 'ro +he gospel in every area of life. Wesley has weekly Tuesday nigh? meelings, refreals, service prolecis and o+her acfivilies. OFFICERS EDITH ANN MILLER Presidenl' MARY EVELYN GRANBERRY :S+ vaEe.Presrderr+ LARRY BRADLEY zrrd vacerresiderrr KAY AYERS f Secfefarv GEORGIA LOU GRANBERRY Treasurer Wesley members gafher in a large room of+l1e Sfudenf Union Building for one of fheir weekly meefings. 85 WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP Firsi Row, Ieff fo righf: Ginny Risher, Lillian Thomas, Carolyn Wellborn, Judy Nahrgang, Jacque Donavan, Lucy Vann, Beiiy Burk, M.ildred Siovall. Second Row: Dr. Preer, Bob Ham, Jr,, Jimmy Cooper, Suzanne Boggess, Carol Johnsion, Frances Wiggins, Harrieh Thompson, Nancy McKie, Sandra Van Landringham, Leo Dowling, Nanci OHuH. Third Row: Chad Bafes, RoberI'Joihnson, Ken Owen, Jerry Reel, Flora Shows, Gordon Fials, Rosemary Arledge, Dickson Maffhew., COUNCIL MEMBERS OF WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP KEN OWEN Moderaior NANCY MCKIE Vice Moderaior CAROLYN VVIELLBORN Secreiary JIMMY COOPER Srewardship Chairman FLO RA SHOWS Siewardship Vice Chairman SARA FREEMAN Fellowship Commission Chairman NORMAN BAGBY Treasurer JERRY REEL Ediior Wesiminsier Fellowship is The organizaiion for college siudenis sponsored by ihe Presbyierian Church in ihe Uniied Siaies. lis purpose is "io discover Gods will ior our life, and do ii." Weelq- ly worship services on The campus, Bible Sludy Groups on ihe campus, benevoleni giving, co- SUZANNE BOGGESS Worship Commission Chairman NOIRMA DENT Worship Commission Vice Chairman ROGGIE FULLER Fellowship Commission Vice Chairman MYRALYNN SMITH Evangelism Commission Chairman FRED COPLEY Evangelism Commission Vice Chairman NORMAN HOLBROOK Chairman of Buiding Fund DR. THOMAS PREIER Advisor operaiion wiih oiher Chrisiian groups and wiih ihe churches in ihe ciiy, and iellowship reireais are some oi iis aciiviiies. A program oi worship and iellowship is held each Tuesday nighi in ihe College Union ai six ihiriy. Wiihin ihe group ihere is a Council and ihere are iour Commissions. CIRCLE K Circle K Club, 'rhe Kiwanis Club of The college campus. was founded on Sou'rhern's campus in May, l954, for lhe purpose of service lo lhe college campus and communily. The club, in carrying oul ils purpose of service, does such 'rhings as giving baslcels al Chrislmas, adopling a needy family, publishing a campus calendar of evenls. and pre- senling lhe monlhly "Circle K Lec'rures." The club meels each Tuesday al 5 p.m. in lhe small dining room of lhe col- lege cafeleria. Membership is open 'ro all male sludenls wilh a grade average of C or bel'ler and a sincere inleresl in doing service work. MIRIAM KAHN Circle K Sveelhearf Members, left to right: Sam Alexander, Ken Owens, Clark lailius, Paul Morgan, Marvin Johnson, Ken Cochran, Bob Burks, Sonny Edwards, Don Wy M K ll Bill Hughes, Pele Stafford, Waller Ewing, Gene Guffey, lilly Fowlkes, Bobby Hadaway. 87 COLLEGIATE CIVITAN OFFICERS M. C. HAMILTON, JR. President WILLIAM G. HEWES. JR. Vice-President J. WALTER BROWN, JR. Secretary J. W. JETER, JR. Treasurer Collegiaie Civitan was chartered at Mississippi have a chartered club. lt is a civic organization Southern College. May 7, l959. The organization with the primary purpose io encourage beiler is sponsored by Civilan lniernational, and Missis- citizenship. sippi Southern is the first school in Mississippi 'ro First Row, left to right: Charles H. Easom, Mario P. Giani, J. Walter Brown, William G. Hawes, M. C. Hamilton, J. W. Jeter, Robert L. Sheffeld James H. Dunn, and John H. Heider. Second Row: William P. Slovick, Gary R. Williams, William J. Doherty, Clefton D. Vaughan, James D. Mason, Jr., Ken Main, Robert Slay, Horace Dickerson, Charles T. Brumlield, Glynn V. Garrett, Vincent K. Milstead. Third Row: Charles L. Stanley, Robert C. Martello, Kenneth Baldwin, Herman E. Walker, Marshall Rahaim, Bob Hardwick, Richard Assaf, Harry K. Schiavone, James Kirk Woolley, and William C. Brown. In fron? of the Insrifufs sfandsmembers, Firsf row, Ieff fo riqhf: George Lassus, Ernesfo Hermosillo, Berry Hairston, Manuel Cepedak Pauleffe Smirh, Hen y C s econd Row: Guillermo rife, Manuel sam, Mary Glenn Thomas, Jeanerfe Williamson, Tom George, and Luis wwlcoff. PAN AMERICAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS MANOLA CEPEDA Presidenl TOM GEORGES Vice-Presidenf BETTY HAIRSTON Secrelary-Treasurer MR. ROBERT MACKLEY Faculfy Advisor The Pan American Srudenr Associalion was founded in I955 for rhe promolion of loerrer relalions belween lhe people of Larin America and of Norrh America. The club has a large membership wirh nearly every Larin American counfry being represenled. The culrural exchange berween srudenrs provides one of life's mosl' en- riching experiences, giving nor only knowledge bul' a deep wisdom. The acriviries of This club include regular meerings, films, dances, and field rrips. Especially significanr is The program which lakes place in April of each week. and is called Narional Pan American Week. 89 MANOLA CEPEDA President ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA OFFICERS KEN OWEN EUGENE MOCK BARBARA PRYOR BEN S. FORBES Alpha Epsilon Alpha was formed in order to cre- ate a common meeting ground between practition- ers. theorists, educators, and students of the profes- sional field of accounting. The purpose of the ac- counting fraternity is threefold: Professional to un- derstand better the professional requirements. eth- ics. laws and regulations governing the practice of accounting: scholastic to apply the opportunities President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Faculty Advisor that are now offered us. to better ourselves and our society through efforts to deserve the three ideals of this fraternity: social to strive toward helping our fellow students in making a contribution to society through personal self-improvement. The members invite speakers to talk with them on matters of cur- rent importance in accounting, talce field trips. and hold receptions for prospective members. First Row, right to left: Ben L, Forbes, Barbara Pryor, Eugene Ken Owen, Eugene Ma ck, H. O. Jackson, Robert Fayard, Second Row: Jim Barry, Patrick Kelly, Carl C. Law- rence, Robert C. Ervin, Stanley Carpenter. Third Row: James E. Payton, Donald Jordan, Edwin Waters, John A. Bean, Albert E. Rowell, Jerry Glynn McClain, Fourth Row Sally Ann Dossett, Sarah Crockett, Bobbye Jean Cozart, Fred E. Newton, Fifth Row: Edwlna Gilliland, Rose Marie Kolich, C. B. Jackson, Jr. Alpha Epsilon Delfa members pose in fron? of flu new Science Building where they spend mosi' of iheir fime, lefffo rigl1+: Dr. J. Fred Waller, Anna Belle Langley, Jolln Addison, Mary Louise Caldwell, Lucy J. Salley, and Jeaneffe Hebert ALPHA EPSILON DELTA OFFICERS MARY LOUISE CALDWELL GENE RATCLIFFE LUCY DEAN SALLEY JOHN ADDISON THOMAS HUNTER SMITH CHARLES BUCKLEY DR. J. FRED WALKER Alpha Epsilon Della is an honorary pre-medical so- cieiy aiiiliaied wiih The American Associaiion for ihe Advancemeni of Science, lhe American Council of Educaiion, and +he Associaiion of College Honor Socieiies. H' siresses scholarship especially in This Presidenf Vice-Presidenf Secrelary Treasurer Reporfer Hisforian Faculfy Advisor field of pre-med. Alpha Epsilon Delia sfimulaies ap- preciaiion of The imporiance of pre-medical educa- iion in ihe sludy oi medicine. Hs purpose is +o bind Jrogeiher similarly inleresled siudenls. L H S E OFFICERS CAROL EVANS Kiorz Pfesideni MARY ELLEN BAIRD vfEe.PfeSaden+ BARBARA STEELMAN seaeiary Alpha Psi Omega promoles inleresf in drama and apprecialion of dramalic arl. ll' is a Nalional Honorary Dramalic 'Fralernily consisring of 230 chaplers. Membership is gained by earning poinls in acling, back- slage worlc. and any relaled dramalic work. Fronl Row, lelf lo righfg Barbara Ann Sleelman, Carol Evans Kloh, Mary Ellen Baird. Second Row: G. 6. Harfwig, Roland W. Oeslerreich, Binnia McCoy, Gerald B. Lassilar, Palricia KM. Hays, Robarl M. Treser. THE SOUTHERN PLAYERS Firsl Row, Left lo R'ghl: Donald W. Seay, Binnie McCoy, Charles E. Wall, Barbara Lawrence, Charlolle Genlry, Second Row: Sandra Page Yarber, Page Jones, Barbara Ann Slaelman Mary Ellen Baird, Carol E. Klolz. Third Row: Luis Woolcoff, Nick Risk, Kaye Wallets, Von: cile Smilh, Kenneth R. Smilh, Gerald B. Lasiler. Fourth Row: Charlene Phillips, Carol Cie- chalski, Jimmie Hawkins, Carl R, Knolfs, Maidie K. Beeson, William D. Telfair. Fifih Row: Roland W. Oeslerreich, Eva Ann Rahaim, Alison Ulmer, Jaclri Cohorn, Jay Wood, Phyllis While. Sixfh Row: G. G. Harlwig, Pafrieia Hays, Roberl M. Treser. -92 CHARLES WALL BINNIE 'MCCOY BARBARA LAWRE. i CC CHAR LOTTE G-ENTRY DON SEAY OFFICERS Masler Presidenl Vice-Presidenl Secrelary Treasurer J Appreniices The Soulhern Players is a slepping slone lo mem- bership in Alpha Psi Omega. ll is open lo sludenls parlicipaiing in clramalics and was formally organ- ized lasl year. The Soulhern Players represenls local recognilion for oulsranding achievemenls in lhe Soulhern Thealre. BETA BETA BETA GENE RATCLIFF Presidenl OFFICERS GENE RATCLIFF Presidenl CHARLES FERGUSON Vice-Presidenl KATHLEEN GAUTIER Secrelary CHARLES GUICE Treasurer DR. ANTONIO HARRISES Advisor Bela Bela Bela, Nalional Biological Sociely. was lounded in l922 for The purpose of promoling scholarship and inleresl in lhe biological sciences. Bela Chi Chapler was charlered al Mississippi Soulhern College in l95O and has since lhal lime lalcen an aclive parl in science aclivilies. A 2.5 average in biological subiecls is required for membership. Bela Bela Bela lakes an aclive parl' in lhe Science Fair held annually in lhe spring. Firsf Row, left lo right: Charles Ferguson and Charles Guice. Second Row: Joh Addison, Joe Manuel Gena Rafcliff. Third Row: Bill Wilkerson Dr. Ant nlo o . ' Harrises, Earl Knofls. i weeay Jeler, Den Wyse, Vincenf Culo++a, Harry Schiavone parfici- JOHN Q' MMO pafe in one of lheir acfivilies. ""5'd"" OFFICERS JOHN O. MAYO, JR. Pfeeidenf BOB F. SHOULDERS Treasurer WOODY JETER Firsl viee-Preeidenf BILL SHOWS Chancellor VINCENT CULOTTA Second Vice-Presidenl' DON MAY Hisforian DON WYS'E Secrefary PAUL F. WEISEND Advisor Gamma Tau Chapfer, Delfa Sigma Pi, a profes- sional organizafion of commerce and business ad- minisfrafion majors. is in ifs fenfh year on Mississippi Soufhern's campus. lf was founded on four main obiecfives: To sfrive fo encourageischolarship, social acfivify and fhe as- sociafion of sfudenfs for fheir mufual advancemenfg fo furfher a higher sfandard of commercial efhics and culfureg fo promofe closer affiliafion befween fhe commercial world and sfudenfs of commercial worlcg and fo promofe civic and commercial welfare of fhe communify. Gamma Tau Chapfer sponsors yearly school programs. quarferly commercial field 'rrips and parficipafe acfively in ofher school acfivi- fies. The Delfa Sigma Pi Rose is Miss June Wood. v - . V' fC I ff . S d R : Ronnie Warren, Clmappy Sory, Bobby Pickard, Fred E. Flrsf Row' len io mlfhif lcon wWlseI:reBnobVl?llf3uhAj:galPiilnarf1AeZylFeIf3tdn Tll1fi'daRowTCgeraldolgonald William S. Thornlon, Samuel E. Alexander, Jerry Aa N f , R' h d E , a a , I , - , - I . gfifzaorg Ml? Haj-naion Gerald Miles, Raymond Grace, Marvin Rig by. Fourfh Row: Woody Jefer, Harry Schiavone, Gerald L, Ormon, Eldre l 4 L. Ward, Richard J. Hruby, Joe Bradley, Dick Nelson. eeeeefwe ee-e-eleni emnl- eieueeae-ee a HOME The members of fha Home Economics Club make up a large body of Home Economics maiors as rhey gafher for a group shofl'. Miss Amelia Thompson serves coffee to some of the club members, leff fo riqhf: Jana Nowfon, Rose- mary Rich, Mrs. Elsie Chichcsfer, Dol McKenzie, Kay Hunf, Jacqueline Gay, Linda Lu, Truman McKenzie. 95 ECCNOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club is a service club open fo all home eco- nomics majors. The club was organ- ized al Mississippi Soulhern College in I926. H' slrives lo promole profes- sional unily among home economics maiors and is aflilialed wilh The American Home Economics Associ- alion. Their annual aclivilies include a gel-acquainled parly. Career Day Boolh, Thanksgiving boxes for 'needy families and a Chrislmas parly for underprivileged children. First Row, leff fo right: Minnie Greer, Jackie Taylor, Norma Manley, Meadetle Brumfield. Second Row: John Elfer, Liela Bourdin, Peggy Poole, Jean Dees, Linda Lee, Nell Bullock, Carolyn Hendersoni. GUR CLUB Seated, loft fo righl: Kay Hunf, Shirley Byrd, Charlene Campbell, Truman McKenzie, Bobbie Singlefon, Martha DeKay. Standing: Barbara Drennin, Rosemary Rich, Mrs. Vera Barneh, Jane Newton, Pail' Oglesby. KAPPA OMICRCDN PHI OFFICERS JEAN DEES Presidenf JACKIE TAYLOR Vice-Presidenl MEADETTE BRUMFIELD Secrelary LELIA BOURDIN Treasurer The Four H Club 'rypifies lhe lrain- ing of Head, Hearl, Hands, and Heallh. Members learn scienlific farming and homemalcing Through firsi-hand experience. The Four H Club is under The guidance of Coop- eralive Exlension Worlcers and local leaders. Members are afliliaied wilh lheir home counly club. The Four H Club sfresses leadership, cilizenship, and well-rounded personalifies. OFFICERS CHARLENE CAMPBELL Presidenl' KAY HUNT Isl' Vice-Presidenl' JANE NEWTON 2nd Vice-Presidenl' PAT OGLESBY Corresponding Secrelary BOBBIE SINGLETON Recording Secrelary MARTHA DE KAY Treasurer TRUMAN MCKENZIE Keeper of Archive ROSEMARY RICH Reporler MRS. VERA BARNETT Sponsor Kappa Omicron Phi is an honor- ary sociely open lo upperclassmen home economics maiors wilh a 3.5 overall average. lls purpose is Io 'Fur- lher The inleresls of home economics in four year colleges. Kappa Omicron Phi realizes Ihe worId's need for wom- en wilh poise in infellecl, spiril, elhics, aeslhelics, and seeks 'ro develop wom- en wiih higher ideals of sane living. OFFICERS BILL BOONE President PRESTON AUST Vice-President JIM HOFFMAN Secretary-Treasurer LAMAR STARKEY Historian The purpose of Iofa Lambda Sigma frafernify is fo promofe fhe causes of inclusfrial educafion. The fhree major obiecfives are recognition of profes- sional training in fhis special field, recognition of high scholarship, and fhe creation and mainfaining of closer frafernify bonds befween fhe actual and prospective feachers, supervisors, and directors who are faking profes- sional worlc in any aufhorized college or teacher fraining agency. First Row, left to right: Buster Simmons, James Hoffman, Billy Rester, Eldon Ladd, William Nettlei. Second Row: Bill Boone, James Speake, Prof. Thomas, Dr. Zed Burns, James Phinolio, Hale Aust, Lamar Starkey. IOTA LAMBDA SIGMA OFFICERS ROBERT BICKLEY President JAMES WESTBROOK Vice-President THOMAS RICKS, JR. Recording Secretary JAMES CRAWFORD Corresponding Secretary GARY WALLER Treasurer Kappa Kappa Psi is an Honorary Frafernify for college bandsmen op- erating exclusively in the field of the college band with fhe following pur- poses: fo promote the exisfence and welfare of The college band: fo hon- or oufsfanding banidsmen fhrough privilege of membership: to foster a close relationship befween college bands and promote a high average of affainmenf by the performance of good music and selecfion of worfh- while proiects. KAPPA First Row, left to right: Nick Waqqoner, John Stewart, Charles Saul, Berry Lee Gray, Bill Smith. Second Row: Bill Hammett, Gomer Pound, Ernie Cropp, Panl Everett, Bruce Criswell, Bill Merton, Thomas A. Ricks. Third Row: James Crawford, Bud Milling, Kenneth Fournier, William Lebegem, Donald Nobles, Gary Waller. KAPPA PSI The purposes ol Kappa Della Pi are to promote a closer band among sludenls of education ancl lo enter into fellowship with those dedicalecl lo the cause ol leaching as a profession. It encourages high professional. intellectual, and personal slandarcls, and recognizes oulslancling educational contribu- lors. Kappa Della Pi was founded al llwe University ol Illinois ancl was eslablislwecl al MSC lvlay 28, l954. JULIA ULMER MAXIE STURGEON CYNTHIA WHITEHEAD WILLIE EARLE COOLEY GAIL BACKSTROM CORR DR. ROY BIGELOW OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretory Treasurer Historian Counsellor First Row, left to right: Martha DeKay, Laura Guneau, Jane Newton, Cynthia Dennis, Anne Carpenter, Dr. Bigelow, Maxie Sturgeon, Barbara Nolan, Sandra Covington, Donna Matthews. Second Row: Ann Howell, Ramona Rogers, Joy Wellman, Julia Ulmer, Gail Corr, Willie Cooley, Cynthia Whitehead, Colleen Whittington, Maudell Fairchild, Jeanne R. Bradley, Mildred B. Smith, Anne Campbell. Third Row: Corinnne W, Simm ons, Grace Koen, Kay Hunt, Lynnda Gilmore, Jane Fortner, Mildred Smith, Grace Lee, Beatrice Tharp, Katherine Brown, Frances Jellinik, Emily Russ, Virginia Felder, Shelby Jean Hancock. Fourth Row: Vera Shotts, Bobbie Singleton, Sue Frost, Alice Denson, Bessie Hopkins, Jackie Shoemake, Glen Cadle, Porter Fortune, Kay Vivian Cothern, Ja ne Johnson. Fifth. Row: Hazel Black, Patricia Barr, Elizabeth Anrtley, Lucille Mauldin, Pat Knight, B. Bradley, Virginia McElhaney, Dianne Williamson, Charlene Campbell, Truman McKenzie, Jean Dees, Albert Duck, James Crawford, Leo Miller, Edith Ann Miller. 'Vp Sealed, Ieff fo righf: Billy Joe Loffon, Henry Richardson, Gloria Saunders, Gene Sfegenga. Second Row: Roberf Kuehn, C. J. Comber, Jack Munn, Mr. Smifh Jim Esfes, Oliver Ainsworth, Larry Parks. KAPPA MU EPSILO Officers, Ieff to righf: Miriam Hopkins, James Ladner, Donna Maffhews. OFFICERS - JAMES LADNER Presidenf DONNA MATTHEWS Vice-Presidenl MIRIAM HOPKINS Secrelary-Tre asur er GASTON SMITH Faculfy Advisor Kappa Mu Epsilon is a socieiy for recognilion ol oulsland- ing sludenis in lhe field ol malhemaiics. ll develops appreci- aiion ol lhe power ol malh and lurihers sludenis' inleresl' by helping ihe undergraduales realize lhe imporlanl role malhe- maiics has had in ihe developmenl' oi Wesiern Civilizaiion. Kappa Mu Epsilon is honorary, and a specific grade average is required. 99 MISSISSIPPI STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OFFICERS BETTY FLOWERS Presiderrr RALPH WILKERSON vice-Preszderrr IMA .Io LEWIS Secrelary ANNE CAMPBELL Treasurer CLYDIE GARNER Reporfer DR. LEO MILLER Advisor George I-IursT Chapfer of IVISEA was founded in rience in working logeflwer. MSEA qives a sI'ucIenT I945. ITS purpose Is To inferesf young men and wom- The opporTuniTy To parTicipaTe In s'raTe and naTIonaI en in educaTion as a career. II' offers vaIuabIe expe- professional organIzaTIons. Firs!'Row, left to right: James Goff, Carolyn Carpenfer, Janelle Leqgefl, Calvin Aarons, Vera Phelps, Billie Ann McClelland, Jeaneffe Bumside, Earl Blackman, Carolyn Grufflfh and Ann DeHarf. Second Row: Ralph Wilkerson, Belly Flowers, Anne Campbell, Elizabeth Vann, Don Flefcher, Maudell Fairchild, Jean Hancock, Esther Neflles, Kay Ayers, Meadefle Brumfield. Third Row: Barbara Canterbury, Linda Bond, Joyce Sfrickler, Paul C. Morgarn, Clyde Garner, Suzanne Richardson, Mary Lu Corban, Joy McRae, Rosemary Arledge. nfl 'Tit s W OFFICERS JAMES CRAWFORD President WILLIAM A. MERTON, JR. Vice-President ROBERT C. BICKLEY Treasurer LLOYD WELLS Recording Secretary JERRY R. GUNTER Corresponding Secretary JOE COOK Warden RICHARD W. SCOTT Executive Alumni Secretary GILBERT T. SAETRE Faculty Advisor Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia ,Fraternity of America is a national honorary mu- sic fraternity open to any man who proves himself outstanding in the field oi music and is in 'Ihe upper bracket of his class academically. The purposes of the fraternity are: to advance the cause oi music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its mem- bers, and to encourage loyalty tothe Alma Mater. Seated, left to right: Bruce Criswell, Robert C. Bickley, James Crawford, William A. Merton, Jr., Joe Daniels Standing: Jerry Gunter, Gary Cook, Gilbert T. Saetre, Richard W. Scott. PHI MU ALPHA Mu Phi Epsilon, a National Mu- sic Sorority, promotes musicianship, scholarship, and loyalty. Alpha Gam- MU PHI EPSILON ma Chapler was lnsialled ai' in Front Row, left to right: Rosemary Simmons, Linda Parker, Nancy McKie, Madelyn Sinclair, Karen Wilson. Second Row' Janet Hardy Micky Rowley Peggy Bickley Nora Sills Rebecca Ramsey Third Row' June Stringer Carol Aprlli Horton, Louise Stulckey, Frances Benner, Sue Huff, Marion Wloods, Virginia Kirlrpatrick. Ndt Pictured: Julia Mor- OFFICERS PEGGY LEWIS BICKLEY President REBECCA RAMSEY Vice-President NORA SILLS secfeisfy MICKY ROWLEY Treasurer MISS FRANCES BENNER Faculty Advisor gan, Margaret Ann Clinton, Mary Tom Haun, Judith Brewer, Corylee Phillippi. Members of Phi Delia Kappa gaiher ai their annual banquef. HI DELT APP DR. PAUL C. MORGAN Presidsnf DR. PAUL C. MORGAN MR. SAM SPINKS DR. H. B. EASTERLIN-G DR. ROY G. BIGELOW MR. R. E. SHOEMAKE DR. LEON A. WILBER l02 OFFICERS Presidenl' Vice-Presidenl Secrelary Treasurer Hisforian Repor+er Faculiy Sponsor Gamma Gamma Chapler oi Phi Della Kappa was charlered on MSCS campus on April 23, I953. lr is a professional lralemily for men in The field of educarion and inlereslecl in The promolion of research. As an honorary organizalion, qualilies lor membership in- cluole service and leadership in rhe lielcl of eolucalion. OFFICERS SYLVIA CLAYTON Presidenl JANE SULLIVAN Vice-Presidenl' CASSIE RASBERRY Secrelary RUTH COUCI-I Treasurer MISS WILLIE EVELYN EWELL Adviser Pi Omega Pi's purpose is io cre- aie a fellowship among business ieachers, io creale and encourage in- leresi, and io promoie scholarship. This honorary business educaiion ira- lernily, eslablished al MSC in I94-O, encourages and iosiers high eihical siandarcls in lile. Sealed left fo right: Sylvia Clayfon, Jane Sullivan, Miss Willie Evelyn Ewell, 'Rulh Couch, Belly Parish. Sfanding: Mary kalherine Hammond, Miss Annielle Bonner, Kaflhleen Mills, Mrs. Dorofhy Jackson, 'Mary Ann Penfon, Miss Frances Rack, Gayle Brown, Coleen Whiflingfon, Maudell Fairchild. Pl OMEGA PI OFFICERS IRBY MCINNIS Presidenl DELAN EY TOUPS Vice-Presidenl NORBERT JOHNSON Secrelary WAYNE MCWHORTER Treasurer BOB C. BURKS Sergeanl-al-Arms DR. ELIZABETH SORBET Advisor Pi Sigma Epsilon was founded in Allanla. Georgia. by Mr. L. L. Anile in November, I95l, Soulhern's chap- ler was founded in l956. Pi Sigma Ep- silon helps malce successful and ener- gelic salesmen, as well as parlicipale in many aclivilies. Pl SIGMA EPSILON Firsf Row, left fo riq.hl' Bob C. Burks, Norberl' Johnson, Wayne McWhorl'er, Delaney Toups, Irby Mclnnis. Second Row: Jack Sfarling, Coldwell Daniel, Eugene Williams, Billy Pirlle, Alvin Walls, Gerald Neyman, Joel Buller. Third Row: Tommy O'Shields, Jerry Huff, Harry Thetford, Wayne Manusco, Eugene Smilh, Roger Dennis, Dr. Sorbel. Scabbard and Blade members sfand aT aTTenTion por+raying Their ouTs+anding miliTary abiliTy. Scabbard and Blade, a naTional honorary miliTary socieTy recognizing ouTsTanding advanced ROTC sTu- denTs, TirsT appeared aT Mississippi SouThern in May, l959. lTs purpose is To TosTer and develop officer-like gualiTies and raise The sTandard oT miliTary educaTion in The UniTed STaTes. Scabbard and Blade sponsors The annual MiliTary Ball and parTic- ipaTes in such acTiviTies as providing The Honor Guard Tor Homecoming CourT. The SocieTy is unique in organ- izaTion, being honorary, social, mili- Tary, and professional in naTure. PSI CLUB Firs+ row, leff To right Frank C. Develle, Nancy Hufchison, Danny Telfair, Mary Glenn Thomas, Mr. Rabin. Second row: Jim Fohrman, Alan Cousans, Ronald Kersh, Judifh Garrison, George Dowrey, Richard Rilla, Be:-Hy Housen, Charles Rober+son, Bob Gus+in.' ,-Us emi Meg .i-wail--I-uni use-21ss.,4 , 1-ww warm mal OFFICERS NANCY HUTCHISON PresidenT FRANK DEVLIN Vice PresidenT DANNY TELFAIR Program Chairman MARY GLENN THOMAS PubliciTy Chairman MR. RABIN FaculTy Sponsor The Psi Club was Tounded in I958, by a group oT enThusiasTic sTudenTs who were guided by The insTrucTors oT The Psychology DeparTmenT. STimulaT- ing inTeresT and promoTing a beTTer undersTanding of The Tield of psychol- ogy became The aims oT This organ- izaTion. The Psi Club promoTes an en- riching scholasTic program dealing wiTh The Tield of psychology, including meeTings, Tield Trips, Tilms, lecTures by members oT The TaculTy and guesT speakers, The members of The Psi Club sTrive To broaden, enlighTen, and inspire college sTudenTs inTeresTed in The field oT psychology. OFFICERS RUBY ANN HOWELL Presidenf MYRTLE EDDlNS Vice Presidenl CLARICE BRYAN Secrefary LOIS P, CLOUD Treasurer Sigma Alpha Ela is a nafional pro- fessional sociely for prospeclive speech and hearing lherapisls. This organizalion is lhe only sludenl"s na- lional organizalion in lhis field in The counlry and lhe only sludenl group lhal meels annually wilh lhe American Speech and Hearing Associalion in nalional convenlion. The chief purpose of Sigma Alpha Ela is lo provide a medium for enriched professional and social experiences lhrough co- curricular aclivilies. OFFICERS SANDRA CHESTNOLVICK Presidenl JOYCE TALLY Vice Presidenl DR, SlMONSON Facully Advisor Pi Kappa Della is a Nalional Foren- sics Sociely under lhe leadership of Dr. Waller Simonson and assisled by Bennell' Slrange. lls purpose is lo slimulale progress in and lo furlher lhe inleresls of inlercollegiale speech aclivilies and communicalion in an ehforl lo provide Tunclional leadership lraining for life, and al lhe same lime encourage a spiril of fellowship, brolherly cooperalion and incenlive for achievemenl. 3 ,, K Gifs Lefl lo righlz Belly McMurchey, Myrlle Eddins, Milne Ferris, Mrs. Nova Corley, Curfis Smilh, Marllma Carler, Linda Hudson, Aldine Tuclrer, Carolyn Wellborn., and Dr. Roberl Pefers. Noi' picluredx Mary Lou DeJesu, Joyce Talley, Margaref Vaslerling, Ann Howell, Linda Howell, Gene Slassi, Diane Mc- Phail, Beverly Walreland. SIGMA ALPHA ETA Pl KAPPA DELTA Members leff lo righl: Mary Evelyn Granberry, Daniel Telfair, Sandra Chesfnolviclr, Pele Slafforcl, Judifh Goff, Slanforcl Guin. Firsf Row, left to righf: fafsy Lighfsuy, Pal Dales, Barbara Whifes, Anneffe Inman, Jan Bowden, Yvonne Weems, Frances Holbrook, Maris Eddins, Jeaneffe Bounds, Kalhy Thomas. Second Row: Janice Turner, Margaret Vaughn, Myrfle Eddins, Befly Andress, Jackie Scoff, Judy Murray, Gail Gunter, Carol Allen, Georgia Fillingham, Mary O Sfewarf, Jenny DeBardeIaben, Kay Walter. T E T l OFFICERS MARY o. STEWART Presidenl JENNY DE BARTDELABEN secfeisry MYRTLE Lou EDDINS vice-Pfesadeni GLORIA McMULLAN Treasurer Tau Bela Sigma, Nafional Honorary Sororify for College Banidswomen, was inslallecl on lhe Missis- sippi Soulhern Campus on May I7, l957. ll is an organizalion operaling exclusively in 'rhe 'Field of col- lege and universily bands, and has 68 aclive chaplers lhroughoul' fhe Uniled Slales. The purposes of Tau Bela Sigma are 'ro promole The exislence and wel- fare ol 'lhe college bands, l'o honor oulslanding women in The band Through privilege of member- ship, 'ro slimulale campus leadership and respeci 'rhrough lhe medium of lhe college band, 'lo fosfer a close relalionship be-'rween college bands, and lo provide a pleasanl and helpful social experience for all engaged in college band work, To be eligible 'lor membership a 2.5 grade average musl be allained. Tau Bela Sigma and Kappa Kappa Psi worlr fogelher on iheir Homecoming Floaf l06 The Yellow Jaclcers are a group of men uinifed in an organizalion formed by social frafernifies and Jrhe sfuclenr senalre. They are s+uden'r hos'rs of cam- pus guesls and orienrare freshmen and fransfers. One of Their mosr excifing proiecls is Freshman Day. Their purpose in general is lo promore college 'fra- clifions. Yellow Jaclref Sweelhearf, Miss June Wood, is escorfed by Larry Hai- , fen fo The annual Banquef. OFFICERS JERRY PADGETT Presiderrf BOB DAVVDSON SWGTMY BRUCE CRISWELL vice-Pfeszdenr BOBBY VOSS Treasurer L E S First Row, seared, left to righf: Criswell and Padgeff. Second Row, seafed: Voss, Cook. Smifh, Sam, and Davidson. Third Row, seated: Sfewarf, Saul, Parker, Landaeia, Nel- son, Hulsey, and Ewing. Firsf Row, standing: Bailey, Merton, Sadousky, Daniel, Haffen, Bounds, Coker, McCann, and Hall. Second Row, sfanding: Esfes, Fayard, Sfone, Walker, Sumrall, Waqgoner, Hafraway, Schwing, and Ellioff. I07 C -. i', 7 .4 M, - s , Th p f ds af a'H'en'lion. 9 COT Sdh ARMY The Reserve O1Clicer's Training Corps of The Unil- ed Slales Army exisls for The purpose of develop- ing officers in suflicienl quanlily lo provide a corps of well-educaled, all-around leaders for an Army Jrhal would have lo expand rapidly in l'he evenl of a nalional emergency. The firsl ROTC unil al Mississippi Soulhern Col- lege was organized in I95O as a Branch Maferial Unil lo prepare cadels for commissioning in 'rhe Field Arlillery. In I958, Jrhe MSC Academic Council adopled a program of compulsory ROTC Jrraining for all eligible male Freshmen and Sophomore slu- denls. Three of 'These beaufiful young ladies will represenf fhe ROTC as sponsors. 1 f X 4 L . The Cadef regimenlal sfaff review fhe corp. The Army ROTC color guard proudly carry fl1e colors of our c "Soufl'1ern Generals," our ellie drill unii' composed primarily of basic cado+s. I09 ounfry L:-,YVN 4 fm. fdfwf ,XP Q 17? 5 VP A yu QQ ff W l .-.NN . I 1 qg'm H 5 1 XS xy , K is 'XL W! Q U Wx' 'Ma +" H . P x i X Y k XX ! 'IR Q K x ' I. . 'L ,TT -, AIQQAM-s,Jg MRI' J " ' tb! 5 W, V A K n ,f ,Www SORORITIES FRATERNITIES PANHELLENIC COUNCIL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL ,eisfffsgjp xl 1 , qty, all , I Rushees sing wifh ihe Delfa Zefas some of+l1eir'Favori+e songss. ,Wm ,M if r1g'5"s sql - at Aim? M'-:mf me '75 'NW fN f..,.f ffi'1? , ., W ' ,I X' - wx. '-fem, W N-'Qi-'u?'Q"B" Qi-3551?-1 2 55 ' .. ' -A-' ' I I: A j W ..,. - ,. ,.,, Al ha Si s race over 'ihe finish line ai Pi Da . P 9 Y i i - ,f A g- RM ' vgf W RS 44 W' f if f 5 ' , fi , e. xhfxiisiisis 'iff 'mimi , 'wif' .4 ln... - 4-531541: K Qi is sid :wi .fam . Ai KD's smile happily as fhey wave fo Homecoming fans. SORCDRITY SNAPS Underprivileged children are enierlained by Sanfa Claus af 'lhe Chi Omega's annual Chris+mas Parfy Neafly aHirecl Tri Sigmas capfure fhe +rue Chrisfmas spirif in fhe an- nual Song Fest P A Firsf Row, leff +o righl: BeHy Ann Jordan, Beclry Buffles, Alice Denson, Crew Hall. Second Row: Mignonne Welclu, Slueila Cue vas, Paify Sfevens, Mrs. Wilber, Carolyn McGregor, Linda Lee, Officers of Panluellenic, sealed, leff fo rigl1'r: Belfy Ann Jordan, Linda Lee, Marflua Marlrline. Sfandingz Mignonne Welclu, Slueila Cluaplers out seven Nalional sororilies compose Hue Panluellenic Council al Mississippi SouHuern. The Council acis as a lorunu lor Hue discussion of ques- Tions oi in+eresT To Hue college and Hue sororily world. One of Hue irnporlanr dulies out Hue Council is Hue ufornuulaling and carrying ouT out rules govern- ing ruslu, pledging, ancl inilialions. ln aclclilion To Hue regular cluTies, Huere are proiecls sponsored To givie all oi Hue groups opporrunilies To worlc and play TogeHuer. Panluellenic also seelcs To unily Hue inTer- esrs out sororily and non-sororily women. N HELLENIC COUNCIL LINDA LEE Presidenf Marflua Marlzline. Cuevas, Alice Denson, Paffy Sfevens. LINDA LEE, Am Pfesideni- MARTHA NTARKLINE, AZ Vice-Presidenf BETTY ANN JORDAN. QM 5eC,e+f,,,, PATTY STEVENS, AAA Treasurer ALICE oENsoN, xx: Reporier N1ie.NoNNE WELCH, im coufiesy SHEILA cuEvAs, zz: House chairman MRS, IVAH o. WILBER Advisor ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA H D'-3 ? L ZUEYAET LOIS pRAvA-I-A CLOUD Colors: Pearl, Wl1i+e and Crimson Pfesidenf Flowers: As+er and Narcissus Founded: Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, November l5, l90I Bela Della Chapfer insflallecl May, I938 Officers: Sylvia Ann Clayfon, Treasurer, Mary Nell Carruflw, Vice-Presi- denf: Pafly Sue Walley, Secrefaryg Ann Howell, Chaplain. Pledge Class of l959-60 A Z A MEMBERS Firsi' Row: Marion Anne Beesley, Jerry Lynn Brown, Ruby Adell Brown, Palricia Canlerbury, Mary Nell Carrulh, KH-ly Carler, Sylvia Claylon, Lois Pravala Cloud. Second Row: Sandra Cloucl, Marfha Crosby, Sylvia Doggelf, Maureen Eichelberger, Charlolle V. Genfry, Jo Ann Gervase, Ann l-lowell, Linda l-lowell. Third Row: Sue Keilh, Sandra Knighl, Linda Lee, Donna Lev- erell, Barbara Lindsay. Margarel Lucas, Ann Rose Marlin, Nancy McGowan. Fourfh Row: Barbara Mills, Jean Ellen Myalf, Margarel Nash, Nanci Oflelr, Billie Rulh Pafriclc, Doroihy Thomsen Persons, Vera Craig Phelps, Carylee Ann Phillippi. Fiffh Row: Sandra Johnson Phillips, Jeanne Quigley, Belly Jo Roberfson. Ann Rogers, Gwen Rouse, Elizabelh Seamen, Marian Schoeniger, Marilyn Shoemaker. Sixfh Row: Nell Showers, Sandra Sloan, Belly Smifh. Rulh Sluarf, Gayle Sulherland, Pallye Sue Walley, Chaille Marie Ward. Marlha Ellen Welsh. Apha Sig's Early American Chapler Room. li ,K alms- ww, N , :mi 1" +L SM .L , gsi:42fgf.,Qz, 5 if ' 1 is 5 rf! . k QE Q. 1 Ji 'L ff 'Z za: - H' fa .. 'V if? "' 3 'F' ffm ' .v"Sz, r so .,, L . as yi. .X-M, k QM, gig. WM ,,,, ,. -X wr ,, , I I A .. I Vg is :Ayr V 2 'E i "IV Z A vs ff :xii wif? 9.5 w T .--I4 L , - . , ,ww ..,. ' fi :yi 2-1. , ,en'f71:. A 4 "If flaw ' isifiiaiiifi 2 Q K Fuiure members of Chi Omega. V X Q MEMBERS Firsi' Row: Judy Luke Allen, Virginia Lee Ausfin, Joyce L. Bailey, Jane Balfle , Marlha Blaize, Belly Burk, Carolyn Cald- well, Delaine Callender. Second Row: Jane Cameron, Alice Denson, Gerrie Dicker- son, Chrisfine Dowdle, Susan Dunn, Emily England, Nancy Fife, Lynda Gilmore. Third Row: Sandra Gookwin, Becky Green, Marylyn Gregory, Dorofhy Jean Griffin, Crew Hall, Mary Lou Hall, Isabel Hans- brough, Helen Harrod. Fourfh Row: Ki'r'ry Hari, Mary Ann Hays, Frances Head, Ann Jackson, Carol Johnsion, Page Jones, Miriam Kahn, Peggy Kergosien. Fiffh Row: Sandra Van Landingham, Elizabefh Lee, Palsy Lighfsey, Carol Logan, Mary Jo Lucas, Vicki L Marlin, Judee McElvee, Jerry Anne Michaels. Sixfh Row: Angie Mockbee, Julia Morgan, Mary Ann Penlon, Peggy PiHman, Mary Jo Provine, Cassie B, Rasberry, Milli- e+'re B. Reese, Sherry Sims. Sevenfh Row: Madelyn Sinclair, Myralynn Smiih, Sara Mar- garef Smifh, Diana Siewarl, Jolanna Wamble, Mary Virginia Wilson, BeHye Anne- Wren, Susan Bond Wren. ' Meefing Place for Chi Ornegas. CHI CDMEGA 49 .,. Mow PM "fi, al' 3 ,V fb 1 W 535556 mi - Sl QQ + PQ ,5 X a Q65 Colors: Cardinal and Sfraw M Flower: While Carnafion CRExdl:::lLL Founded: Universify of Arkansas, April 5, I895 Epsilon Delia Chapier insfalled April 23, I949 Officers, lef+ 'lo righfz Lynda Gilmore, Vice-Presidenh Mary Ann Pen- 'I'on, Secrefaryg Alice Denson, Treasurer: Miriam Kahn, Chapfer Cor- respondenl. DELTA 1' QW 2 .I ,ia f Q f ll D E L T A l lzll: s E 2 Al his fin - Q 1 s s o Q P 0 5 , P P ' ss- F h 4 .,,' amnasv' CAROLYN MCGREGOR Presidenf Colors: Silver, Gold and Blue Flower: Pansy Founded: Bosfon Universify, I888 Phi Epsilon Chapfer insfalled May, l95l Officers, leff fo right Palsy PaHerson, Secrefaryg Carolyn Wellborn Vice-Presidenh Linda Russell, Marshal: Judy Harrison, Treasurer. Loclung forward fo fufure membership, Tri Della pledges smile. A A B MEMBERS Firsl Row: Monle Beall, Belly Boyd, Peggy Bradley, Judilh Randall Brewer, Robbie Coclcerham, Carol Coleman, Caro- line Collins, Sherry Cravey. . Second Row: Marilyn Darby, Jordan Dykes, Charlene Eze-ll, Diane Ferguson, Gail Finley, Merrill Flowers, Ginger GarreH', Lillian Gayden. Third Row: Sharon Geeslin, Leon Gravellel, Frances Graves. Carol Haigler, Joanne Haluslca, Judy Harrison, Carroll Hodges, Noelle Jeflcoal. Fourlh Row: Barbara Johnson, Linda Jordan, Mary Calherine Kennedy, Sheila Kinnard, Clarice Loll, Sally Mansfield, Chris- tine May, Carolyn McGregor. A Fiffh Row: Ginny Meadows, Tay Mercer. Pal' Muirhead, Becky Murphree, Elizabelh Neely, Palsy Paffeirson, Charlene Phillips, Jan Rafh. Sixfh Row: Rosemary Rich, Ginny Risher, Jo Ware Robbins, Linda Russell, Gloria Saunders. Palsy Sheffield, Sharon Shirey, Sarah Smilh. Sevenfh Row: Virginia Soiourner, Jean Slock. Pa'n'y Srevens, Berry Slrail, Calherine Dodd Temple, Marie Thames, Nancy Tidwell, Karen Trigg. Eighth Row: Jean Trippe, Marlha Ann Vann, Janie Vincent Carolyn Wellborn, June Wood. Z : 3 cn -1 0 c W 'O' Q O 'U ET o vi vi I : m 5. 'O' :r cn 'I 2. U m I ni -1 0 0 3 an -o .,.,. ,iff was -' - 5:,,i,, .-,w...,. ,gi- 35552515 'r f-,f 2:5553 , .1 Q Y l ?e.5,x,f M 4 I' V i X A 'Ji - - '2' Y' fi 3 is 'fa L 1 -. lax g lf 3, ' 2 El ei it 1 ' A -if 1' ip' 1 as lla. - ,gg . 2 2, if if. , Q f in rs--Q S iii? it F rs I. l .,..:lz,,N,l- . I ".mm,.Ilu-- W I s , X " Q ,,r H. 5, Q L who-M 1, ' Q J' 3 'L 3 is 'evP"""""""" W iw' ser H ga N33 Pledges galher in DZ room. A Z MEMBERS Firsi' Row: Sue Beeson. Barbara Blaine, Charlofre Boyel, Belle Brasnell, Kay Bullard. Jane Ann Burford. Second Row: Janelle Clark, BeHy Cliffon, Wendy Ealherly Saralzreieman, Ann Funchess, Dinah GaH'i. Third -Row: Mary Hammond, Susan Johnson, Judie Kilcer. Wanda Kosld, Linda Lammers, Myrna Lennix. Fourfh Row: Ann LeJuay, Marfha Marlcline, Sandra McGill, Emily Meyer, Palricia Oglesby, Mary Ellen Owens. Fiffh Row: Jane Lyn Pierce, Almyra Siewarl, Mary Siewarf, Douglass Sulherland, Charlene Suflon, Becky Unolerwoocl. Sixfh Row: Charloffe Ulsey, Mary Lucy Vann, Carolyn Ann Warkins, Linda Weed, Peggy Whisenhanf, Agnes While. Sevenfh Row: Nancy Ann Wilson, Sandra Page Yarber. Meefing place for Della Zefa. ,, Q 7 BETTY CLIFTON Presideni Epsulon Mu Chap+er ms+alled Sepfember, I956 Officers leff +o rlghf Jane Ann Burford Recording Secrefaryg Ann Wafluns Treasurer Jane Lyn Pnerce second Vice-Presidenfg Sara Free Presudenf Rose Sefaro Corresponding Secrefary. KAPPA DELT WXQXQQ Colors Pearl Whufe ANN and Ollve Green Presudenf Flower While Rose Founded Longwood College Farmwood Vlfglnld Ociober l897 Bela Sigma Chapfer msralled May I949 OHICGFS sea+ed lefl +o ngl1'r Judy Narhgang Asslsfanf Treasurer Kafhue Danlcerf Treasurer Lynn Pogue Secrelary Slandmg leff 'lo rughf Mona Wall Edlfor Nancy Houslon Vnce Presldenl Ann Camp bell Membershnp Chalrman an "'V2b' Befa Sigma pledges assemble under +he Kappa Della cresf. K A MEMBERS Firsf Row: Carol Allen, Amanda Alfkinson, Milly Ball, An- neHe Bind, Kay Bishop, Suzanne Boggess, Sharon Balzi, Nancy Brown. Second Row: Delores Burns, Ann Campbell, Eleanor Camp- bell, Nancy Coughman, Cecilia Cheek, Kay Cowan, Alma Jean Cox, Lynnda Culpepper. Third Row: Judy Curfis, Becky Dabbs, Bonnie Jean Dale, Kaihie Dankerf, Judy Davis, Charloffe Elam, Maclelyn Ever- eH, Barbara Earl Eagan. Fourfh Row: Jacqueline Gay, Gail Gunfer, Gail Hill, Nancy Hill, Nancy Housfon, Barbara Jo Hughes, Diane Kelly, Abby Kenf, Carol Klofz. Fif+h Row: Becky Lee, Judy Luke, Mary Marlin, Flora May, Joanna Meadows, Dianne Miller, Judy Narhgang, Befsy O'Ferrall. Sixfh Row: Diane Pierce, Calhy Peierson, Lynn Pogue, Bonnie Furvis, Gerry Reid, Evelyn Sinclair, Emily Smilh, Belly Jo Slegall. Sevenfh Row: Ann Tee, Pal Turk, Linda Vignes, Becky Wake- land. Beverly Wakelan-cl, Diane Walker, Belle' Jo Wall, Mona Wall. Eighfh Row: Gail Walsion, Evelyn Walfers, Mignhan Welch. Kappa Del'I'a's friendly fireside. Pledges galher in Phi Mu room m llll MEMBERS Firsl Row: Nancy Addison, Laura Angela Allen, Mary Mar- garel Andrews, Iris Ann Alwood, Carolyn Barngarlener, Linda Benlley, Nancy Brauner, Mary Breland. Second Row: Belly Broadlool, Slnirlee Faye Brownell, Connie Brumlielcl. Clarice Bryan, Rila Burnlwam, Lexine Burris, Laney Casey, Alice Cox. Third Row: Janice Crain, Ann Del'larl, Marllwa Duncan De- Kay, Dorollwey Dill, Lynne Farrell, Mona Flelcller, Marlba Ford, Peggie Virginia Fuller. Fourlh Row: Camille Gamblin, Brenda Greene, Linda Joyce Greene, Judy Jones, Belly Jordan, Jacquelin Joyner, Carol Kessell, Gay Lamberl. Fiflh Row: Jonelle Lewis, Evelyn' Lulriclc, Ann Macdonald, Joy McRae, Doris Meadows. Peggy Alice Ming, Bonnie Mur- ray, Corinne Neal. Sixlh Row: Jane Newlon, Maryann O'Connor. Palricia Ann Osborn, Janice Rogers, Lucy Sharp, Connie Shivers, Barbara Ann Sleelman, Joyce Tally. Sevenlh Row: Lillian Thomas, Aldine Tucker, Francis Sue Wil- cox, Jo Belle Wilson, Ginger Youngblood. All 'flue comlorls of home. PHI lg 'X , fr Mu . - fn' sex- ,a g ' 5 ,firifzfe ,jaw ' g 1 ' L wf S Z f f Z will iafiiiff wi O ' ' f iz 5 Q ' 1 Q V --"-3 J f e M 0 S is 'rf 4 49 if "SW 133:-2, , N if Y A N in 5 5 '. Colors: Rose and Wl1i1'e . MARY MARGARET ANDREWS Flower: Enchanfress Carnahan Presidenf Founded: Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, March, I852 Alpha Omicron Chapler insfalled March, l950 Officers: Camille Gamblin, Secrefary: Marfha Duncan DeKay, Pledge Trainer, Jane Newfon, Vice-Presiclenfg Evelyn Lufriclc, Treasurer. S I G M A SIGMA SIGMA va- Wt' 16" ,vm 4--"" , MI may T1 -W A aes, ,N ,mu ,- A -.-., vm CoIors: Purple and WI1i'Ie FIower: VioIe+ MARY M .., ALISQCEISGZIET BOONE Founded: Longwood College, FarmviIIe, Virginia, April, I898 Alpha Sigma CI'1ap'rer ins+aIIed May, I937 ,,,- . ARVQN Officers, from Ieff +o righf: Binne McCoy, Keeper of Grades: Sandra NV Covingion, Recording Secrefaryg Geneva Tucker, Vice-President Donna Maffhews, Treasurer: Be'Hy McMurcI1y, Corresponding Secrefary. QI"1?' if WUT I26 lf' ff'- These are lhe Tri Sigma pledges. lllmiks Firsl' Row: Brenda Alford, Barbara Allen, Margie Bergeron, Anne Boggan, Andrea Bond, Mary Margarel' Boone, Jill Bum- slead, Brenda Burch. Second Row: Eva Burke, Jane Burl, Beclcy Bullles, Kaye Car ler, Susan Clemenls, Sandra Covinglon, Shelia Ann Cuevas Marie D'Anloni. Third Row: Lucy Davidson, Mary Day Doolilrlle, Lynda Fairly, Brenda Farmer, Mary Ellen Harrod, Agnes Heiilslcov, Pal' Hall, Jo Ann Jens. Fourlh Row: Mary Louise Johnson, Mary Rebecca Johnson, Hilda Jordan, April Kempinska, Sylvia Lee, Wanda Ann Lee, Donna Mallrhews. Sandy Mayo. Fiffh Row: Binnie McCoy, Mary Madonna McLaurin, Belly McMurchy, Sara Mercier, Mary Ann Moore, Belly Paller- son, Pally Quin, Hilda Ross. Sixlh Row: Linda Jane Rudder, Margie Rulland, Carol Shir- ley, Evelyn Ann Slone, Rulh Thompson. Geneva Tucker, Bar- bara Ulsey, Lynda Wallace. "Home" for lhe Tri Sigmas. FRATERNITY FR SPE's gaflwer around fheir mascof, INAR W7 Phi Taus polish up 'rrophies in preparalion 'For a big pariy Rushees and Greeks mix ai' +he Inferfraiernify smoker. Fun was had by all al' an informal KA parfy. OLIC INTER FRATER Each oT SouThern's six naTional social TraTerniTies is represenTed on The InTer FraTerniTy Council by Three delegaTes. DedicaTed To The mainTenance oT The True TraTernaI idealism, The Council aTTempTs To TurTher broTherhood Through sound iudgmenT, di- recTed energy, vivaciTy and worThwhiIe acTiviTies. The Council promoTes progress of The TraTerniTy way oT IiTe, uniTy among TraTerniTies, and cooper- aTes on all overall campus acTiviTies, such as I-lome- coming, Song FesT, and chariTy drives. IT sponsors lnTer FraTerniTy aThIeTics, SIciT NighT. Greek Week, and all-FraTerniTy dances. OFFICERS HARRY HORN Presrdenf M. C. HAMILTON Vice-PresidenT IRBY MCINNIS Treasurer JIMMY THOMPSON Secrefary RADER GRANTHAM Advisor Firsi' Row, Ieff To righfz Jimmy Thompson, Irby Mclnnis, M. C. HamiITon Ha rry Horn Second Row Delaney Toups Jim Mason Allen Gibbs Mr Gran Tham, Kenny Main, Bobby Voss, Bill STroud. Third Row: Jack Liedlre, Bill Hug hes Marshall Rahaim KeITon Morris Don Wyse Richard Assaf Neal Hanks Juan Smlfh ALPHA TAU CMEGA KENNY MAIN I Worlhy Mailer Colors: Sky Blue and Gold Flower: While Tea Rose Founded: V.M.l., Seplember ll, I865 Epsilon Upsilon ins'l'alled November I9, I949 y Officers, leff lo riglilz Marshall J. Raliaim, Worlliy Keeper ofExcl1eclrerg , Dick Bahr, Worthy Keeper of Annals: Richard Assaf, Wor-lhy Chaplaing J. Leonard Donnelly, Worlhy Senlinelg Harry K. Sclwiavone, Worllwy Scribe. Alpha Tau Omega founders deck ihe walls of lheir Soufhern house. ll ll Firs'l Row: Allan Anderson, Henry Aparicio, Charles Assaf, Richard Assaf, Richard Bahr, Earl Bernhardl, Johnny Burnefle, Jim Carney. Second Row: James Casale, Lonnie Cleveland, Chenau Cock- rell, Wallace Copeland, Earl Curry, Roiberr Doherry, Leonard Donnelly, Jim Doyle. Third Row: James Ferguson, George Fleming, Garner Win- fred, Jerry Goodman, Ken Gulledge, Bob Hardwick, John Harringfon, Geoffrey Hicks. Four+h Row: J. W. Jeler, Denis Lea, Roberl' Lindenborn, James Lol'+, Kenny Main, Richard Manley, Wayne Manley, Harold Marsh. Fiffh Row: Dickson Mallhews, Jim McBrayer, Donald Mc- Cann, Willis McRaney, Larry Meredirh, Bobby Odom, Ed- ward Anlhony Perro, Jr., Freddie A. Pelro. Sixfh Row: Ray C. Phillips,Jr., John A. Quarles, Marshall Ra- haim, Claylon N. Ryan, Harry K. Schiavone, Tommy Sessoms, Charles W. Slay, Alec Smirh. Sevenlh Row: Kennelh S'reiner,Jr., Jimmy C. Thompson, Allen Upchurch, John D. Upchurch, Charles Van Devender,Jr.. Jimmy Vowell, Ralph Wilkerson, Samuel H. Willcins. Eighfh Row: Don Q. Williams, John Thomas Wrighl, Wesley Wrighli MISS FRANCES SUE WILCOX Sweelhearf Living room of 'Hue Kappa Alpha s new house. K A MEMBERS Firsl' Row: Jan Adams, Bill Frank, Kennelh Beoubay, Leon Braddock, T. R. Brady, Roberl Darryl Breckenridge, Rex B. Broadhead, Byron L, Broussard. Second Row: Jerry Carfer, Thomas Cloud, Flelcher Coker, David Collins, Billy Colson, Vincenf C. Currie, Jr., C. E. Da- vidson, Jr., Thomas J. Dillon. Third Row: Ken Dowe, Ray Dunn, William F. Easley, Jr., Fred Fagan, Waller Godwin, John Greaihouse, Joe Griffin, Billy Hewes. Fourfh Row: Peier Hubbell, Edgar A. Hughes, John Humph- rey, Paul lrwin, Jerry Johnson, Joe Kirkby, George Kurls, John Allen Long. Fiflh Row: Lewis Whi+ McCall, Charles McCrory, Irby N. Mc- lnnis, Mike McWhorl'er, Larry Monsi, James A. Miller, Ben- iamin G. Newman, John C'Shields. Sixfh Row: Roy Thomas O'Shields, James A. Pace, Merrill A. Peferson, William A. Powe, J. N, Randall, Charlie Ray, John Donald Shannon, Roberl H. Slay. Sevenfh Row: Roberl Gordon Smirh, William Allen Srroud, Douglas Talbol, Henry Tidmore, Carl A. Touchslone, Delaney M. Toups, Harold Wayne Traylor, Jeri Truly. Eighfh Row: Talmadge Urby, William Ance Warren, William H, Warren, Jim Weedy, Gary Williams, William T. Year- wood, Rufus Yerger. Noi' Piclureclz Busler Long, Bob Slay, Kennefh Sample, Rod- ney Roundiree, Thorlon Willis, Jimmy Aycoc, Alex WhiHing- lon, Scolfy Rosefli, Charles Hall, Terry Joffrion, Michael Suarez, Ronny Mashburn, Buddy Supple, Henry Tillman. MISS MILLY BALL KA Rose KAPPA ALPHA I - N , ii: 4' r- ESD Ab Fr 4,55 af 4 I rss I .I ' 7 ix Colors: Crimson and Gold Flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose WIU-IAM STROUD No. I Founded: Waslwingfon and Lee Universify in l865 Gamma Zefa inisralled on November 7, I948 Officers, sealed Ieff Io righf: Leon Braddo-clr, No. II: Bill S+roud, No. lg Irby Mclnnis, No. III. Slanding: Buddy Boolrer, No. VI, Edgar Hughes, No. IV: Billy Hawes, No, V: Delaney Toups, No. IX. I33 KAPPA SIGMA KELTON MORRIS . a Grand Masfer 41 aa 5 gr F Colors: ScarIeI, While, and Emerald Flower: Lily of I'I1e Valley Founded: Universify of Virginia, Dec. IO, I869 Epsilon Nu insI'aIIed December II, I948 Officers. Ieff Io righfz Michael D. Sullivan, Guard: Marvin Oglesby, Grand Masfer of Ceremonies: James R. Hoffmann, House Manager: James L. Spealre, Grand Procuraforg Brossie F. Correro, Grand Treasur- er: Joe D. Lipscomb, Guard: George W. Tafe. Grand Scribe. Kappa Sigma home-away-from-home. K Z MEMBERS Firsi' Row: Paul D. Allred, Tom Bailey, Mike Barry, Allan Bak- er, Lawrence Berdon, John Bodden, Dale Bofkis, Dick Camp- bell. Second Row: Carroll Chapman, Robert Cooper, Fred Cope- ly, Frank D'An+oni, Bill Dickson, Earl Eiidr, Marvin Elliolrl, Ron Ferrers. Third Row: Tim Foley, Carl Hamilion, Tommy Hill, Jim Hoff- man, Norman Holbrook, Terrell Jones, Burnice Jones, Dick Jones. Fourfh Row: David Kahlsrorl, James Keiih, James Kelly, Pai- rick Kelly, Arlhur Kersh, James Lafferfy, Hugh Lamb, John Lamberl. Fif+h Row: John Lawson, Ray Li++le, Joe Lipscomb, Jerry LoH', Duke Mallory, James Edwin Mclnnis, Toy McLaughlin, Don Moore. Sixfh Row: Morrall Curlis, Kelfon Morris, Corley Morse, James O'Berrne, Marvin Oglesby, Lowell Phillips, Billy Pirile, Earl Pugh. Sevenfh Row: Craig Quebedeau, Henry Robson, Lance Rooker, Bobby Russ, James Speaker, Marcus Sl'enneH, Wil- liam Srevens, Mike Sullivan. Eigh+h Row: Roberl' Tannehill, George Tale, Kiley Thames, James Thomas, William Touchsfone, Roberf Voss, Charles WhiH'ing'ron, Charles Wrighf. Noi Picfuredz Buddy Shamburger, Hugh Mclnnis, George Carr, Pere Suarabba, Greg Giancola. One of many Kappa Sigma good limes. Q Q i Meefing place for Phi Taus. ll! lll Firsl' Row: Roberr Adcock, Wendell Blue. Johnny W. Bond, W. Ralph Cochran, James E. Davis, William L. Fox. Second Row: Roberr Fuslin, George Hall, Neal Hanks, John- ny Hayes, Harry Horn, Brad Hughes. Third Row: Joseph E. Johnson, Billy Koski, Joe Long, Howard Mason, Mil'ron C. McKay, Gerald Miles. Four+h Row: Cecil H. Parmer, Mack Perkins, Clarence Pierce, Jr., Al PiHs, Bubba Profhro. Fif+h Row: David Rawls, Marvin Sadousky, Joseph A. Seifaro, Chesler Coburn Sims. Bobby C. Slevens, Jerry Dale Sfogner, Thomas D. Sfone. Sixfh Row: Lufher Tanner, Jr., Fred Turner, Lawrence Warren Villeref. No+ Picfured: Jerry Perkins, Richard Grogan, Hilfon Walker, Cecil Parner, Jimmy Brown. MISS MARY MARTlN Sweeihearl WPS PHI KAPPA TAU if W 1 , Colors: Red and Old Gold NEAL HANKS Flower: Red Carnafion President Founded: Miami Universify, Oxford, Ohio, I906 Befa Epsilon insfalled on Ociober I6, I948 Officers, Ieff fo right Jim Brown, Vice-Presidenh Mack Perkins, House Manager, Jerry Perkins, Treasurer, Howard Mason, Pledge Masfer: Dave Rawls, Iniramural Chairman: Richard Grogan, Rush Chairman: Milfon Kl,ll,,, l',,!-' f5L-f,..,-. Ll,--,. UA-.. f----l--.. I P I KAPPA ALPHA -9 X 59.-3' ,l QQA+ wg, .I 5' is JEROME REEL Colors: Garnel' and Old Gold Presidenf Flower: Lily of 'Phe Valley Founded: Universify of Virginia, March I, l868 Delfa Mu insI'aIIed on December IO, I949 Officers, IeH fo rigI1I: William H. Risller. Vice-Presidenh David W. Pyle, Secrefaryg Gerald Ormon, Treasurer: Sonny Edwards, Social Chair- man. Pilces enioy lhe confe-mporary decor of fheir living room. n K A Firsf Row: Tom Alexander, Wayne Babin, James Baker, Jr.. Michael Graham Ball, Bodie Beard, Bill Bexley, Bob Blood- worrh, Heclor Bourg. Second Row: Roberf Burlcs, Jackie Collins, James Conerly, Don Cosion, Edward Craig, Tom B. Dickson, Richard Doiron, Alberl' C. Edwards. Third Row: Lionel Farris, Billy R. Follces, Kennefh Forie, Floyd Gilbert Jay P. Ginsburg, Eugene Goodwin, Sianiord P. Gwin, Bobby G. Hadaway. Fourlh Row: Bobby Hardy, Bill H. Hughes, James M. liams, Benny Joe Mardis, Garreil E, McBryde, Jack A. Liedlce, John Clyde Nelson, Jr., William N. Nelson. Fif+h Row: Brian Douglas Nichols, Gerald Lamberl' Orman. Anderson Lee Palmer, Kenneih W. Pairiclc, Sfephen Porcari, Jerome Vinceni' Reel, William Risher, Andrew J. Romano. Sixfh Row: Charles S. Shaw, Kennelh Shearer, Bobby Skipper, Edwand Eugene Smifh, Tommy J. Smiih, Don L. Trigg, Don A. Wyse. Noi' Picluredz James D. Lowery, Edward Albriiion. John Hearn, Wayne C. Taylor, Thomas Wimen, Gene Ralclilife, Roberf Brown, John Overion, J. Bryon Long, L. W. O'Neil. David Pyle, Sieve Porcari, Wayne Hari, Ron Marlin, Frank Alley, David Loposer, Bob Sowell. MISS LYNN POGUE Dreamgirl fr' ' Sig Eps enioy many hours here. ZIIJEMEM BERS Firsf Row: Vincen+ Bifeffo, Joe Bradley. Larry Brooks, Doug- las Capps, Donald Drapeau, Carlos Byron Elmore. Second Row: Wilberl Ensenai, Gordon Fiala, Myron Frailey, Jimmy Fuhrman, Alion Gassaway, John Gresehulc. Third Row: M. C. l-lamilron, Gerald Harrison, Edward Heinlz, Bobby Jenkins, Freiderico Lanclaera, Thomas Marlin. Fourfh Row: James Mason, William Parker, Richard Raih, Roberr A. Rarh, Tommy Richardson, Gene Roger. Fif+h Row: Joseph Sharp, Juan Smilh, Thomas Smiih, Vic Sfamey, John Sianion, Joe Sfewarf. Sixfh Row: Richard Thames, Ed Thedbald, Thomas Ricks, Billy Waison, William Wilhelmi, Kenneih Williams. Sevenfh Row: Kirby Woofon. Noi' Picfuredz Jerry PadgeH, Billy E. Taylor, William Doherfy, John H. Heider, Jerry Day, William C. Brown, David Thomas. Willie Harvey, Larry P. Hafren. MISS MARY MARGARET ANDREWS Sweefhearl SIGMA PHI E P S I L O N Xxxwllllb Colors: Red and Purple M. C. HAMILTON Flowers: Violer and American Beauiy Rose President Founded: November I, I90I Mississippi Gamma insfallecl May I6, l953 Officers, leff +o right James D. Mason, Jr., Secrefary: William L. 'Par- ker, Hisforiang Tho-mas A. Ricks, Jr., Vice-Presidenf: Juan A. Smifh, Compfroller. l4I ... S5 May X heXP7? K X P 5 Q K, Q K. it :gf XYILQ4 . M, Sk mmq is khe qawixf One, fwo, Cha-Cha-Cha. f Erma' me Y Homeco A M I we bw mug abou 51 1---f Maw U ,---- l don'i' care wha? Lincoln said-he's for sale! U 4, wg' k U Q V -:ng , .. vueans? Now qurf, Jim ' my. owff W0 f eshes The Pause 'Thai re r A wel I deserving 1960 Hall of Fame ..- nilfqf' ' f . iA' , ge" Two-gefherness gh ee"-' Fun-Hell! Kill fhe Iigh+s and sfarf ihe parfy! .J m5,5a...,g' m......fs.,M I44 N Ah, cheer up and singl And, Harry, for being our ideal Big Broiher, we 'khoughf He is a doll for helping us. ,yd l45 F 5 if 1 Of belie ,in gwe had a p""y! Smil eana, 'mPre Ss. , ,,,..,..n.-uw-s'x,..-Q.. , 4 0 on ' vs no " 'W e IQ ,7 'fm if We , fm. X . if nf' I o V T K g ? fir? gf Fifi F V F 8. ' V6 , - . ' ,W 1+--,b ' A b ' ff- 1 'fly Tiff? f.,g K gp .ff-V :W Vx PN vw- A-,v'w. ... ., as .., SM , , 5 ,V ,x,.,.,, K ,L ,fe Nw ff M., ,,.,K,,--,YM V Q A., if . ,M .V 1 "h"lH,gf 1Q..:m'Ue"H-f"'1fvE 4311.3 5 f ' A Q , 'afxq 'v rfrm., 'f -'fiz' his ,N-N I' ' Q M , M 1, . ,rv-A W asf., Q,-by f., , -g':! ,..:A ,c mfmig' '.77T'.'f-"'a.:?'1:i-. fi? 'gf .,,4,gq,,'l,' H, 4+ N Mk A: - by -,.,A,,,..,4. .' wi-, . ,, V.. W., fum Y -1.3 , 'A IH imc? ?" " wf 'H " 4 M ,.,,,,,,, N ..,. .... W, ...., V ,... , , W vi r SQ ' 5 5 'W 0 I ,H K I 92. ' ai E e six? gg, I fig V ,:, - , F if E "" 1 A ai in Q W . f 'i , ,,AAi . 4 J 1: J 5214- , ,., ' J K 1 4 . . .,T'-Ag Q' If F1 ,ina 4 Ml , i I J ,QQ Q ' Y w. ,L f-5f,, i 1 5 wt w of BAND AND DD'S FOOTBALL BASKETBALL ATHLETICS L A ,LTT,,,,. ,L , ,L,L L,,,,L,B,L, A .TLA . -. N.L. 1 ARP Varsify Cheerleaders leff To righf, fron? row: Lynn Pogue, Kay Cowen, Babe Neely, second row': Neil McMillan, Billy Hughes, Clayfon Ryan. shmen Cheerleaders, Ginny Risher and Dale Boilris, praciice for Their M S C C H E E R L D E R S firsl' game. 'Tis vi. The Cheerleaders have become one oT SouThern's biggesT boosTers oT school spiriT. They are a hard- working Team uniTed To increase school spiriT. This year The squad cheered aT every TooTlaall game ex- c:epT Two. General NaT, Marvin Oglesby. and his SargenT, ArT l-lill, lcepT The old SouThern TradiTion high. WiTh SouThern's l:Jasl4eTball Team raTing FourTh in The naTion, home games Tound The Cheerleaders on The sidelines To spur The Golden GianTs on. I48 JELUNEK S FRANCESQ Mls Di,-ed ,.4 ' . K DIXIE DARLINGS Officers, lofi fo righi: Mona Wall, Lieufonanfg Barbara Earl Fagan, Lliullllillfl E+heI Smylie, Capfaing Jane Newfon, Captain. Alrer weelcs of diligenl praclice rhe Mississippi Soulhern Dixie Darlings begin lo represenl lheir school in numerous performances. Their clever and enrerlaining rourines com- bined wirh sparkling uniforms and prelly girls bring only praise from lhe speclalors. They are, indeed. a good will inslrumenl all over lhe Uniled Slales and deserve much Thanks for lheir excellenl enlerlainmenl. A group of Dixie Darlings assembled on Hue pracfice field. .LB , 41" DR. RAYMOND MAN NONI MSC's Marching Band boasis one hundred sirong rnem- bers. Their oufsianding showmanship has produced hahfiirne shows +o remember for a long fime. They have represenfed Souihern before nafion-wide audiences of Television. Their enfhusiasm, spirif, and unify have reaped plaudiis from Jrhousands. Anoiher fabulous haiffime show. MSCS MARCHING MR. ROBERT HAYS Associaie Diredor rf., F6 1154 da afiiiii- af 4 i 554 Ms- "i fishes i NSW ini l50 BAND FeafureH'es are Ieff Io righf: Gerry Read, Barbara Jo Hughes, Milly Ball, June Wood, BeH'y Akers. IITHE PRIDE OF MISSISSIPPI" The enfiro marching bend in concerf uniform. - Foofball C 1959 FGOTBALL Mississippi SouThern posTed a 6-4 TooTball record in I959. This Tollowed on The heels oT The greaT un- deTeaTed and unTied l9-Ol season oT l958. Coach Thad lpiel Vann, who compleTed his I lTh season as head coach, now has a 82-27-I record, giving him a winning percenTage oT .75O. Very Tew coaches in The naTion have ThaT claim To Tame. Texas A 84 lvl. Auburn, Memphis STaTe and Louisiana Tech scored wins over The SouTherners in I959, The laTTer Team's I6-O vicTory being The mosT humiliaTing. VicTims were TriniTy, SouTheasTern Louisiana, WesT Texas STaTe, Abilene ChrisTian, NorTh Carolina STaTe and The UniversiTy oT ChaTTa'nooga. A 6-4 mark would be acclaimed as a greaT record Tor mosT Teams. MR. REED GREEN Afhlefic Direcior Coach Thad Vanng Sianding lef+ To righT: Maxie Lam bright Bacldield Coach: Jack Thomas, Line Coach: C. J. Taylor, End Coach: and Larry Harring+on, Trainer. DR. LLOYD MILAM Faculty Chairman of Afhlefics JIM CRAWFORD Manager Xu. MA Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern Soufhern """lhD1l-gg.. Xxx MR. THAD VANN Head Foofball Coach RESULTS OF SEASON 291 Trinify Universify 3: Texas A 84 A 26: S.E. Louisiana 377 Wesi Texas Sfafe 30: Abilene Chrisfian 6: Memphis Sfafe I9I N.C. Sfaie I4: U. of Chaffanooga 7: Auburn Og Louisiana Tech VEL KECKIN, Los Angeles, Calif.-IO JOHNNY BRECI-ITEL, New Orleans, La.-I2 BILLY LARSON. Pascagoula. Miss.-I4 MORRIS IMEADOR, BufIer, Aia.-I5 DON FUELL, Gunfersville, Ala.-I6 DAN 'PUGI-I, Yazoo Ciiy, Miss.-20 BILL ROBERTS. Purvis, Miss.-2I SAMMY BROYLES, Keniwood, La.-26 BUDDY SUP'PL'E, Hope I-Iull, Ala.-28 ANDIN MCLEOD, Leaksviile. Miss.-32 CHARLEY MQARTHUR, LaureI, Miss.-33 NRNOLD SIPENCE, Picayune, Miss.-34 J unior Sophomore Junior Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Senior Senior Sophomore Senio-r J unior THE 1959 TOMMY MORROW, Georgianna, Ala.-35 JIMMY, HAVARD, Lucedalel Miss.-4I RENE LORIO, New Orleans, La.-42 BEN WILLOUGHBY, Liberty, Miss.-43 TOMMY PURVIS, Ferriday, La.,45 JOE WHITE, Griffin, Ga.-52 CLARLEY ELLZEY, Meridian, Miss.-55 JOHN RATESIC, Mciieesporf, Pa.-56 BOB RI-IINIEHART, Brewion, Ala.-57 RODNEY SI-IENK. Loxley, Ala.-60 BOBBY LITTLE, Enierprise, Miss.-bl FRANK LYNN, Moss Point Miss.-62 Junior Sophomore Senior Sophomore Senior Sophomore Senior Sophomore Senior Junior Junior Junior wr' Jil SO silt uni' il!- iiii Rf 'OM' .awk RICHARD RUSSELL, Meridian, Miss,-63 BEN CALHOUN, Holliesburg, Miss.-64 RAY ST. PIERRE, New Orleans, La.-65 JIM THOMAS, Mclfeesporl, Pa.+66 BUDDY LONG, Eerriday, La.-67 GEORGE I-IULTZ, Grand Bay, Ala.-70 CHARLEY BAETZMAN, Leesburg, Fla.-7I JIM ZAGER, McKeespor+, Pa.-72 JOE MORGAN, Meridian, Miss.-73 BYRON BRADFUTE, Leesburg, Ela.-74 GEORGIE, UNDERWOOD,1Cordova, Ala,-75 PAUL HIGHSTREET, Basslield, Miss.-76 UTHERNE fwfr RS Sophomore Sophomore Junior Sophomore Junior Sophomore Senior Ereshman Sophomore Senior Junior Junior I55 MI, GEORGE JONES, Blakely, Go.-77 JIM 'PAYNE, Pensacola, Ela,-78 GAYLE WINCHESTER. Canfonmenf, Fla.-80 LEON AKINS, Afmore, Ala.-81 JI'M BARBAREIE, Union Springs, Ala.-83 SONNY TUCKER, Columbus, Miss.-84 HOMER BOYD, Raymond, Miss.-85 HUGH MCINNIS, Lealcesville, Miss.-So Cl-IARLEY DEDWYLDER, Pachula, Miss.-87 TOM AGNER, Tunica, Miss.-88 J. C. RAYBURN, Greenwood, Miss.-89 and Junior Sophomore Junior Sophomore Sophomore Senior Senior Senior Sophomore Junior Junior 2 liwl ,W M ,,,, WNW MH ,,,,,-,,A.,.N, ,M ,..m,mM, 7-Am.,u-gli.. W ,W , .,,..,.,,. SouTI'ierners warm up in pracTice before The rough season begins. SCUTHERN TRINITY The SouTherners, undeTeaTed in I958, opened The I959 campaign wiTh a bang, pleasing a home crowd oT I2,5OO wiTh a 29-8 opening vicTory over TriniTy UniversiTy Tigers. There was liTTle doubT abouT The o-uTcome Tollowing The TirsT period, in which Coach Vann's uniT racked up a I3-0 lead on Touchdowns by Hugh Mclnnis and Tommy Morrow. Mclnnis picked up TeammaTe Charley McArThur's Tumble on The enemy Three and wenT over Tor his score. Mclnnis kicked The exTra poinT Tor a 7-O lead. LaTer in The quarTer Morrow, running from The 20 on a Trap play broke inTo The clear aT The II and wenT over vir'Tually unTouched. A passing aTTempT Tor exTra poinTs Tailed. IT Took only 40 seconds oT The second period Tor a red-hoT SouThern Team To sTreTch The margin To 2I-O. The 1388O'29 0008-8 TD came on a I6-yard pass-run play, wiTh, Morris iMeadoir Throwing and Andin McLeod caTching and running. Meador ran across Tor a Two- poinT conversion. The score remained 2I-O aT halTTime. Mclnnis proved To be "iohnny on The spoT" again in The Third quarTer, caTching a TriniTy Tumble in The air aT The Tiger I4 and galloping over Tor his seco-nd TD. Fuell passed To McArThur Tor a Two-poinT conversion and a 29-O lead, ThaT ended SouThern's scoring. TriniTy counTed wiTh less Than Three minuTes le-TT in The game on a 2O-yard PaTTerson-To Shirley pass. The win sTreTched SouThern's vicTory sTring To IO and iT seemed The Vannmen were iusT picking up where They leTT OTT in l958. SOUTHERN TEXAS ASM The SouTherners Tinally had Their winning sTreak cuT oTT aTTer Ten consecuTive vicTories on This cool OcTober nighT in Mobile. A highly parTisan crowd waTched as Mclnnis, Supple and company pushed mighTy Texas A Xi M all over The Tield, only To lose The game in The final minuTes on a desperaTe drive by The Texans. Hugh Mclnnis showed one phase of his All-American rafing by booTing a 22-yard Tield goal in The TirsT pe- riod To puT SouThern on Top. The SouTherners mainTained This lead unTil The Tinal quarTer 'when A Xi M's greaT quarTer'back, Charlie MilsTead. engineered The winning drive. The valianT MSC Torward wall, led by Charley Ellzey, Ray ST. Pierre, Buddy Long, Bob 'RhineharT, and Mclnnis, boTTled up The Texan's aTTack very eTTecTively unTiI The Tinal Trame, when 3000'3 0007-7 A 81 M was Torced To go To The air in order To move The ball. SouThern's superioriTy mosT oT The way is shown in The sTaTisTics. MSC picked up 368 yards on The ground To- I95, and gained a I5-IO TirsT down advan- Tage. Sophomore quarTerback Don Fuell baTTled A 81 M's MilsTead on almosT even TermsgFuell chalked up Tive of nine pass compleTions Tor 7l yards and picked up 65 yards rushing, while MilsTead compleTed seven of eighT Tosses Tor 97 yards, buT gained noThing on The ground. Texas co-ach Jim Myers expressed The opinion shared by The vasT maioriTy OT The specTaTors when he said ThaT his club could have easily losT by Two Touchdowns wiTh any sorT of a break Tor SouThern. Second-half play of The Thrilling Mobile game. l I . ni M f.w msmMwvN vue-amen Firsf downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes infercepfed by Punis Fumbles Iosf Yards penalized Msc Trinify I4 II 227 94 9I II5 Passes I3 I6 2 I 6 6 I 5 I95 I26 Firslr downs Rushing yardage Passes Passes unfercepfed by Punfs Fumbles IosI' Yards penalized MSC TexasA X: M i I5 IO I I 265 75 Passing yardage IO3 I2O I7 IO i O I 2 5 2 I i ' 90 20 xrrssfmassmzmasaenms wimsw iw, , 1 .-sw: SLC drives 'Forward only To find SouThern's line impenefrable. SOUTHERN SLC SouThern goT back on The vicTory Trail in The Third sTarT oT The season wiTh a second halT vicTory over a sTubborn SouTheasTern Louisiana Lion Team in T-laTTiesburg. A good crowd waTched The SouTherners jump OTT To a 6-O TirsT quarTer lead and 'wear The visiTors down To rack up Three second halT Touchdowns. Hugh Mclnnis Tallied The TirsT SouThern TD as he picked a blocked punT ouT of mid-air and raced I2 yards inTo pay dirT. The So-uTherners missed Two scoring chances in The second quarTer when penalTies cuT oTT sTrong drives. The second MSC Touchdown can-ie wiTh Tour minuTes gone in The Third period when quarTerback Don Fuell riTled a 45-yard scoring pass To Tullbaclc Buddy Supple. Fuell added The Two poinT conversion To run The score To I4-O. AnoTher TD was added 601-46'26 OOO6'6 near The end oT The Third quarTer when quarTerbaclc Morris Meador capped a 62-yard drive by sending Tullbaclc Dan Pugh over Trom The nine Tor The score. The Tinal SouThern TD came midway in The Tinal period when Supple blasTed over Trorn The one To end a 44-yard drive A 27-yard pass Trorn Meador To Supple was The big play in This Tinal march. The Lions Tinally goT inTo The scoring acT Tollowing The lasT MSC Touchdown. Speedy SouTheasTern halfback Billy Ladner broke loose abouT a minuTe aTTer SouThern's score 'wiTh a 72-yard bursT. SouThern compleTely dominaTed The sTaTisTics, challcing up i8 T'irsT downs To The visiTor's six, SOUTHERN 712126'37 WEST TEXAS O O O 6 ' 6 Mississippi SouThern warmed up Tor iTs homecoming game wiTh Abi, lene ChrisTian by crushing The WesT Texas STaTe BuTTaloes aT Canyon, Texas. Coach Vann's sTarTing uniT scored a Touchdown The TirsT Time iT goT iTs hands on The TooTball, driving 72 yards. The number Two uniT added anoTher TD The TirsT Time iT Touched The pigslcin Too, moving The score To I2-O on a Tive-yard pass Trom quarTerbaclc Billy Larson To- half- baclc Andin McLeod. Second quarTer acTion saw The SouTherners score sTill anoTher TD when Tullbaclc Buddy Supple blasTed over Trom The WesT Texas I8-yard sTripe. MSC's aTTack never relenTed in The Third period as Tackle Buddy Long recovered a BuTTalo Tumble on The WesT Texas I6. Charley MCAr+huf drove over Trom The one Tor The score. STill in The Third Trame, The SouTherners moved 79 yards, sparked by a 35-yard pass Trom Billy Larson To J. C. Rayborn, Tor anoTher score. Dan Pugh bulled over Tor The Tally Trom The WesT Texas ll. FourTh quarTer play saw The SouTherners score again on a 3I-yard pass Trom Morris Meador To end Charlie Dedwylder To end a 65-yard march. The hosT Buffaloes managed one Touchdown in The Tinal period also. ending SouThern's hopes Tor a shuTouT. All 38 members oT The SouThern Travel- ing Team was acTion in This conTesT as Vann used diTTe'i'enT combinaTions in experimenTing wiTh his oTTense, Coach Vann shakes hands wiTh Three recruiTs for nexT season's freshmen Team. MSC Firsl' downs I8 Rushing yardage ZI I Passing yardage I83 Passes I8 Passes inrercepred by Fumbles Punfs Yards penalized SLC 6 I5l 57 ll l MSC Firsl downs 26 Rushing yardage 302 Passing yardage l7O Passes Passes infercepfecl by Fumbles Punrs Yards penalized W. Texas II 60 II3 K gs. SOUTHERN 07I67'30 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 0 2 0 8 ' 10 l-lomecoming found The Soufherners in Top form again as They blasT- ed scrappy Abilene Chrisfian in a sTrong second-half scoring exhibiTion. The firsT half of play was a see-saw alzfair, ending in a 7-2 advanTage for MSC. BoTh lines baTTIed fiercely in The firsT half, wifh Tackle Byron BradfuTe, a Transfer from The Texas school, pouring iT on his old maTes wiTh vengeance. SouThern's TirsT Tally came when quarferback Don Fuell cracked over Trom The WildcaT four To wind up a 45-yard drive early in The second quarTer. The Texans counTered wiTh a Two-poinT safeTy in The closing seconds of The half. CenTer Charlie Ellzey goT Things moving in The Third quarTer wiTh an inTercepTion OT a Wildcaf pass and a 24- yard run inTo pay dirT. Buddy Supple added The Two-poinT PAT and momenTs IaTer elecTrified The huge crowd by reTurning a punT 84 yards for a Touchdown. However, The splendid run was called back by a clip- ping penalTy. SouThern drove To iTs Third Tally afTer cenTer Joe WhiTe recovered an Abilene fumble on The visiTor's 46. I-lalfback Andin Mc- Leod punched over The score from The WildcaT I2. Dan Pugh added The Two poinTs To make The scoreboard read 23-2 wiTh I:25 IefT in The Third period. MSC moved quickly To anoTher marker when Supple scored from The WildcaT Two To end a 65-yard march. ATTer an exchange of inTercepTed passes, Abilene Chrisfian scored on a 25-yard pass To end scoring for The nighT. SouThern once again dominated The sTaTisTics as iT ran up a ToTal of 282 yards Tofal offense, as opposed To 203 for The' visiTors. SOUTHERN 0600-6 MEMPHIS STATE 7 0 7 7 ' 21 SouThern suTTered iTs second defeaT of The season aT The hands oT a fiercely baTTling band of Memphis STaTe Tigers in Memphis. The STaTe Team wanTed This vicTory more Than any ofher of The season and would noT be denied as They avenged a Two-poinT loss To SouThern lasT year. Mississippi SouThern conTribuTed To iTs own downfall 'wiTh several cosTly misTakes, buT noThing could be Taken away from The Memphis club as They foughT wiTh fury. The winners scored firsT in The opening quarTer, and SouThern counTered early in The second when Supple exploded To The Tiger's Three on a 25-yard bursT and halfback Arnold Spence Took iT over from There. Memphis moved To The SouThern five wiTh seconds lefT in The firsT half, buT big I-lugh 'Mclnnis broke Through To block a field goal aH'empT and leave The halTTime score aT 7-6. A SouThern fum- ble on ifs own 35 gave The Tigers anoTher scoring chance early in The Third quarfer, and They Took full advanTage of iT. LaTe in The Third frame SouThern appeared To be Turning The Tide, buT Supple Tumbled inTo The Memphis end zone To cap a susTained drive and insTead of a Tied ball game STaTe had The ball on iTs own 20 wifh a safe I4-6 lead. This was The play ThaT broke SouThern's back, and The winners drove 80 yards in iusT seven plays for Their nexT score To wrap up The win. Supple led SouThern in rushing wiThk60 yards on II carries, and Fuell compleTed Two oT four passes, boTh on SouThern's ill-faTed Third quarTer drive. Homecoming ceIebrnTions found new1dormiTories and buildings being dedicaTed and alumni from all over +he sfaie present 1 "T" igasazfawfg Firsf downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Passes infercepfed by Fumbles Punfs Yards penalized MSC Abilene 2 O 6 lI5 I I 7 50 Firsf downs Rushing yardage Passes Passes lnfercepled by Fumbles Punfs Yards penalized MSC MSU ' 9 I8 ' I54 256 Passing yardage 25 35 8 7 ' O l 4 l 5 5 ' 65 60 SOUTHERN N. C. STATE "A crowd Thriller of The TirsT order" is The only 'way The I9-I4 vic- Tory over NorTh Carolina STaTe can be described. WiTh buT Izll IefT in The game SouThern had a I3-6 Ieadi Then N.C. STaTe's Don Podwika, one of The greaTesT backs SouThern has faced in years, plowed over for a score To- make iT I3-I2. STaTe called Time ouT and decided To go for a win wiTh a Tough-To-make Two'poinT conversion raTher Than Try an easier kick Tor a Tie. Iceman Podwika passed To a TeammaTe in The end zone To puT The Wolfpack ahead I4-I3. The SouTherners Then showed a IiTTle of Their own ice-waTer veins. Rene Lorio reTurned The kickoff 23 yards To The STaTe 37. The clock showed buT 50 seconds remaining. Sophomore Meador, who had shown briIIianTly all aTTernoon, dropped 00712-19 6008,'14 Tar back To pass. He spoTTed Lorio deep and leT fly. Lorio grabbed The ball aT The 9, iuggled iT momenTariIy, and Then wenT inTo The end zone. A passing aTTempT failed on The conversion Try. STaTe had 39 seconds To go IThe winning play required only II secondsI buT SouThern's de- fenders sTood up To be counTed. They knocked a passer down for a loss of eighf yards. Then They dropped him for a loss of IO. Mclnnis led The aTTack on boTh occasions. Then, on orders from The bench, The de- fenders dropped back deep To be sure STaTe- wouldn'T hiT The pay-off pass on The final play. A pass 'was good for 24- yards buT The Wolfpack was sTiII in iTs own TerriTory and SouThern had a I9-I4 vicTory locked up. SOUTHERN 6800'14 U. OF CHATTANOCGA O O O 6 ' 6 IT was as cold as The proverbial well-digger as The SouTherners re- Turned home for Their annual ouTing wiTh The UniversiTy o-f ChaTTanooga Moccasins. As usual, Coach Scrappy Moore's 'Mocs proved To be a sTubborn foe buT SouThern forced a I4-6 vicTory. IT was a big win for The Vannmen-for This was The one ThaT assured Them of a winning season Ia 6-2 record wiTh Two big ones To gol. Fine defensive play figured in This one. SouThern's offense exploded for Two firsT-half scores buT no more. Buddy Supple wenT over from The one for The firsT TD, and Leon ATkins made a shoe-sTring caTch of FueII's pass in The end zone for The second. Mclnnis failed. on a kicking conversion Try, buT Fuell passed To Akins for a Two-poinTer afTer The second score. The score sTiII sTood aT I4-O aTTer Three quarTers. SouThern sTopped The Mocs on The MSC I earlyi in The fourfh period buT couldn'T repel The Tennessee club in The closing minuTe. The Mocs scored on a Washburn-Hogan pass wiTh 33 seconds IefT To play and iT wound up I4-6. The win gave SouTh- ern a 9-2 lead in iTs series wiTh ChaTTanooga, and mosT every game wiTh Them has been This Tough. SouThern led I54-83 in rushing and 43-26 passing. . , I K ' Q "'. H za-In , I I lik 5- , P . ai? 1? 'Y' M " 'W J Pri K si I If X . 5 5 . Y., K X ' A V X I , i Il I - ssili I - .ami E?ii lVVlQi?ih -4- I :ilPq WQ ,,6giig2iE'PEEPPPTPPEQQEPTP ???ff9ffPf:? A 1 ,ff A P A W' I 54 5' ii by "ii:,1,i 7 ix ,-A. vi I ,- MSC N. C. Sfaie Firsf downs 9 I3 Rushing yardage I26 I26 Passing yardage 92 96 Passes I2 I4 Passes inlercepfed by 3 2 Fumbles 4 I PunI's 5 5 Yards penalized 60 43 Firsl downs Rushing yardage Passes Passes iniercepled by Fumbles Punls Yards penalized SC M UC ' I2 7 ' I54 83 Passing yardage 43 23 I3 I3 ' I I I I 6 6 ' 60 5 I Akins geTs The official. SCUTHERN AUBURN The War Eagles were jusT Too Tough, buT one wonders whaT mighT have happened had The So'uTherners halTed Auburn on Their TirsT TD move, Anyway, Auburn won iT 28-7. The SouTherners, especially Ellzey and Ivlclnnis, drew greaT praise Trom Tiger coach Shug Jordan, buT This Tailed To heal The wounds OT a Team ThaT has given iTs all. SouThern goT a break in The TirsT quarTer and made The mosT oT iT Tor a 7-O lead. Au- burn Tumbled a punT and Mclnnis nailed The Tumble aT The Auburn 30. Seconds IaTer Tvleador spoTTed Mclnnis open aT The goal-line. Mclnnis was knocked down as The ball arrived. The oTTicials ruled inTer-Terence and awarded SouThern The ball aT The one, lvleador sneaked over Tor The TD. Mclnnis kicked The goal, lvlomenTs laTer Auburn blocked a SouThern punT and recovered on The MSC 6. ln Three plays The Tigers neTTed a 7000'7 7777-28 lass oT one yard, as SouThern's line sTalwarTs compleTely ouTToughT The Tigs. Then The Auburn quarTerback slipped pasT Two So'uTherners aT The sidelines To- score Trom seven yards ouT, The Tigs kicked The goal and iT was all Tied up 7-7, The way The TirsT period ended. Auburn sTaged a 46-yard drive againsT The sTilI-sTubborn SouTherners midway oT The sec- ond period and Took a I4-7 halTTin-ie lead. An 80-yard surge ToIlo'wing The second-half kickoTT neTTed The Tigers a 2l-7 lead and Took a liTTle OT The sTarch ouT oT The Vannmen. The SouTherners were sTiIl TighTing aT The end, however, even aTTer Auburn Too-k a 28-7 leadi wiTh I:l8 IeTT To play. Auburn led I73-72 in rushing and 72-I in passing yardage. Nobody was disgraced This day as 20,300 Tans can TesTiTy. SOUTHERN LOUISIANA The one biTTer deTeaT oT The season came in The Tinale as Louisiana Tech blanked The SouTherners I6-0. IT was The TirsT Time SouThern Tailed To score since I955, and only The sevenTh Time in Coach Vann's career as head coach lsince l949l. IT was a biTTer pill Tor The SouTherner's To swallow and a day oT reckoning may be in The oTTing. SouThern iusT missed a TD IaTe in a scoreless TirsT halT, and The Tailure seemed To puT liTe inTo The Bulldogs. Even so, The Vannmen held Them OTT in The Third quarTer, excepT Tor a 32-yard Tield goal ThaT gave Tech a 3-O lead. O0OO'O TECH 00313-I6 Coach Joe AilleT's Dogs were conTenT To Try To make The 3-O sTand up. They wenT all ouT in The TourTh period and an amazing passing aTTack sparked Them To Two Touchdowns and The I6-0 margin. Freshman quar- Terback Johnny Hudson led The assaulT wiTh nine compleTions in Il aTTempTs. He added insulT To iniury by scoring boTh Touchdowns him- self. SouThern led in TirsT downs, 20'-I2, and in ToTal yardage, 295-243. BuT Tech puT The poinTs on The scoreboard. IT was a long ride home. The naTionaIIy famous Dixie Darlings enTerTain a+ SouThern's games. u s- M - ' Un i:-3151, .f :L V - M Q- ,' ,- ef -f T I f sisss T H ff- Tififfsii -.s T, 3 4, , iv ,. .., T. V. -. -.uf 1. . wifes, Q 'T a T sas , - - s -..,v , . Q ' F , Li- b y l-:l , t N Q- ..-- Q H ff S+ T- 'i'- f i -f-- T- 4 1 1' T , , T I s . T- - i-T?f'43??Q?-?-?-2'?i?eT3?2'-T'-T95-T??si'!i?T3's's51.TfHPQFQ'Q25.Mi if I I T' ,F :sg-1' 3557. T . s4s.L,..., ,, I , . f -as Firsi downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes infercepied by Fumbles Punis Yards penalized MSC Auburn 4 I4 72 I73 I 66 Passes I I I8 3 2 2 2 9 5 27 47 Firsi downs Rushing yardage Passes Passes iniercepied by Fumbles Punis Yards penaIized MSC La Tech ' 20 I2 ' 295 243 Passing yardage IO9 I79 2I I7 ' O I 5 3 3 3 ' 20 35 MR. FRED Lewis Head Coach BASKETBALL The "Golden C5ianTs." The I959-60 Mississippi SouThern baskeTball Team, esTablished The T'inesT record in The hisTory oT The college- winning 23 games while losing only 2! ATTer dropping The TirsT game OT The season, Coach Fred Lewis led his Tall and TerriTic cagers To vicTory sTrealcs oT eighT and I5 games, wiTh The oTher loss sandwiched in beTween, To compile one OT The besT records in The naTion. CompleTing his Third season aT SouThern, Lewis now boasTs an ex- cellenT percenTage oT 53 wins and 22 losses Tor a .707 winning per- cenTage. The Tormer college and pro all-sTar has reTurned The college To The pinnacle OT baslceTball success. WiTh Three seniors seTTing The pace, The SouTherners wound up TourTh in The counTry in The UniTed Press-lnTernaTional "College Divi- sion" ranlcings. The Team averaged almosT 48 poinTs per game To only 69 Tor The opposiTion and ended The season wiTh ThaT I5-game sTrealc sTill inTacT. Kneeling Hugh Morris, Managerg Larry Guesf, STaTisTician. STanding leff To righT: Dr. Ari DeRosier, Freshman Coach: Alex Delia, Ben Ganff, Wayne Pulliam Duel: MOZI8lk0, Roy DanforTh, John Migliazzo, Richie Goldberg, Clyde Mills, Don Currey, Donald CIinTon, Bill Lundburg, Coach Fred Lewis. AswmwaV,:sLmem4gpmwem w- :- -a-iw , ,,.-mmmmpfw., e:ffm,.,,.aMe,f e:.efsewK,-L .ww.s.s,fs.M-M,,,V,a,W..Mef,-VM.WW fs. ,, M. Q The Three seniors, who ended 'Iheir collegiafe careers 'this year in greaf sfyle, are pic- fured wifh Coach Lewis: Wayne Pulliam, 6-2 guard: Don Curry, 6-4 forward: and John V Migliazzo, 5-IO guard. Won 23 Losl' 2 Winner of Lafayefre Holiday Tournamenf Ranked Fourflw in final U,P.I. Nafional College Division Poll BEST IN HISTORY OF MSC Soulliern Soullriern Soulliern Soullwern Souiliern Soullmern Soullwern Soulliern Soullnern Soullwern Soulliern Sourlwern Soulhern I 959-60 SEASON RESULTS Alabama Slelson Easl Tenn. Sfale Norflieasi La. Sourlieasfern La. Lamar Teclw Cenlral Iowa Norlli Texas Sfale Soullwwesf La. Insl, Soufliwesf La. Ins'r. Lamar Tech Florida Sfale Spring Hill Soufliern 'Soufliern Soulliern Souflwern Soufliern Soufliern Soulliern Souflwern Souflriern Sourliern Soullriern Soulhern Overfime Period Cenrenary Louisiana Tech Souflweasfern La. Louisiana Te-CI1 Florida Soulliern Della Sfale Norflweasr La. Spring Hill Cenfenary Tampa Universiry Soufhwesf La. Ins+. Wasluingron U. IMO D ForVla'd ON CURRY WAYNE PU LLIAM Guard BILL LUNDBERG Cenfer XX THE v. U,-,NHORTH Sw 39 I Center J H M LIAZZO DON CLINTON O N Guia A 2 ALEX IDELIO Forward QKHH XS SOUTHERN RICHIE GOLDBERG Guard COLLEGE l7I BEN GANTT IC K M Gugflmko CLYDE MILLS Forward INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Player FGA-M PCT FTA-M Curry, Don 363-I86 5I.2 I I I-83 Miglialzo, John 253-I3I 5l.8 92-78 Delia, Alex 220- 92 4I.8 I22-86 Goldberg, Richie 268-I2I 45.2 39-23 Pulliam, Wayne I94- 89 45.9 79-54 Lundberg, Bill 209- 86 4I.I 93-50 DanTorTh, Roy 98- 39 39.4 58-4I ClinTOn, Donald 86- 33 38.4 28-I9 Ganff, Ben 74- 30 40.6 23-I7 Moziejlio, Diclt I5- 5 33.3 8- 3 Malls, Clyde 16. 4 25.0 7- 4 OThers 3- 0 T 0- 0 Team MSC Tofals I799-BI6 45.4 660-458 OpponenTs 'I'oTals 1679.635 37.9 692-456 FINAL FeaTuring Tine Team depTh, The SouTherners had Tour players who aver- aged in double figures Tor The season, wiTh Two oThers righT behind. Curry averaged I8.2 poinTs per game, Tollowed by Migliazzo wiTh I3.6: junior Tor- ward, Alex Delia wiTh IO.8: sophomore guard Richie Goldberg wTih IO.6: Pulliam wiTh 9.37 and big 6-8 freshman cenTer Bill Lundberg wiTh an 8.9 average. Sophomore guard Roy DanTorTh, who was a sTarTer unTil a hip injury caused him To drop ouT of acTion aTTer I6 games. averaged 7.4 poinTs per game. Pulliam Tilled in as a sTarTer Tor DanTorTh The resT oT The season and did an ouTsTanding job. One of The bigreasons Tor The Team's success was The presence oT The "shock Troops," SouThern's superlaTive reserve corps. I-leaded by Mig and Pulliam, unTil The laTTer replaced DanTorTh, These players came inTo acTion Time aTTer Time To Tip The scales in Tavor oT The SouTherners. The oTher shock Troopers were 6-7 junior cenTer Donald ClinTon, 6-6 sophomore Torward Ben GanTT. 6-4 junior Torward Clyde Mills, and 6-2 sophomore guard Dick Moziejlro. Rebounding was anoTher deparTmenT in which This SouThern Team ex- celled. Led by The largesT "GianT," Lundberg. one OT The brighTesT sTars in SouThern's immediaTe baslceTball TuTure, The squad averaged almosT 57 re- bounds per game To only 42 Tor The Toes, Bill snared 305 rebounds Tor a I2.2 average, I72 PCT 74.8 84.8 70.5 58.9 68.4 53.8 70.7 67.9 74.0 37.5 57.I 69.4 65.9 REB AVG 203 8.I SI 2.0 228 9.I 62 2.5 I54 6.2 305 I2.2 6I 3.8 I04 4.3 89 4.0 7 0.6 9 0.6 2 0.7 I47 V I42I 56.8 I O44 4I .8 PF 78 50 72 35 54 62 55 42 26 I2 3 O 489 454 TP 455 340 270 265 232 222 II9 85 77 I3 I2 O 2090 I727 1959-1960 STATISTICS AVG I8.2 I3.6 IO.8 IO.6 9.3 8.9 7.4 3.5 3.5 I.I 0.8 0.0 83.6 69.I I I ,au There's nofhing like a winner! Presidenf McCain sifs on sidelines among overflow crowd which came fo walch final home game of season as Soufhern avenged loss fo SLI, winning 93-72. C. . ,Bu keiball agaugnks as lull Ol has Grsl hall P hi, Della Clie also sr-'land of seas Singers. bljlhem won se C So B A Race ea nine out 99-73 Won 23, los? 2. Who says +ha+ dance class didn'l pay 05777 X a9'm H 56095 Ybo6Y vlakchss 55 Gan Eval' Being charged wilh 28 fouls, high for The season, lhe Sourherners losf The game al' 'rhe free 'rhrow line as Curry, who was high scorer wilh l7 poinfs, and Damforih fouled oul. The learn relurned To lhe friendly confines of The Sporls Arena for 'rhe second game, defealing Slelson Universily 86-59, and an eighf-game winning srrealc was on lheway. Soufhern opened Jrhe campaign on +he wrong fool, buf even in defear gave indicalions of whal was To come. Playing ar Tuscaloosa. fhe Team dropped an 82-72 decision 'ro Alabama, allhough oulshooling fhe Tide 27-24 from 1'he Q29 field. R le' 1 Eask Tonlnssoe S a s "Gimme fhaf ball! says Clinfon llefll as he, Ganlf lrighfl and Pulliam l45l fight for pos- , session in 89-73 win over Easf Tennessee Slaie. I74 Prior To The ChrisTrnas Holidays came vic- Tories over powerTul Teams on The schedule. During This sTreTch, Curry was The leading scorer Three Times, Pulliam Twice and Goldberg ONCE. n No wonder Lundberg was Tops in rebounds! Neff! Gnd Ddhforfh lrigfw b afflg fo Sf-wfef rebound in 87 7 - 8 ,Hu '71 Ph over Florida I75 l The "Golden GianTs" now had vicTories over EasT Tennessee STaTe of The powerTul Ohio Valley Con- Terence, 89-73: NorTheasT Louis- iana STaTe, 97-69: SouTheasTern Louisiana, 75-62: Lamar fTexasl Tech, 76-68: and CenTral lowa, played aT Magee, 84-61. rebound X-undbeffi bavnes B uudoq lor Sou+hern's "Golden Gianfsu in +heir havelling uniforms. Nexr came 'rhe Lafayelle lnvilalional Holiday Tourna- menl, hosled by Soulhweslern Louisiana lnslilule. ll was in lhe opening game of lhis four-leam fourney Jrhaf rhe Soulh- erners really showed lheir grealnessg and il was here Jrhal The 6-6, 220-pound Delia came info his own. Trailing by I2 poinls wilh less lhan five minures +0 play againsl a slrong Norlh Texas Sfale Jream ol lhe Missouri Valley Conference, Soulhern rallied To lie lhe game up al lhe end of regularion lime and wenl on To win in overlime, 89-83. Delia was high scorer wirh 23 poinls and capfured an amazing 23 reloolmds -lop single-game performance of lhe season in lhis deparf- meni. Wilh Curry again leading lhe way wilh 28 poinls, Soulhern defealed SLI, 93-80, for lhe lournamenr champion- ship. I76 Probably suffering a lei down aller lheir fifle vicfory, lhe Sourherners played SLI again in lheir nexl aclion and dropped Jrhe second decision ol lhe season, 85-78, wi'rh Pul- liam pouring in 24 poinls in a losing cause. Afler lhis, how- ever, Jrhe ieam was unbealable. Following wins over Lamar Tech, Sl-753 Florida Slale, 87-78: and Spring Hill, 63-49, Coach Lewis' lads lefl on whai is annually ihe Toughesl road irip of lhe season, facing Cen- Tenary al Shrevepori and Louisiana Tech al Rusion. Wifh Lundberg leading The way wiih I6 poinls and I8 rebounds, The "Golden Gianisu won 69-63 over The Genis in a rough ball game l5O fouls were calledl. AT MSC Capfain John Migliazzo an d Coach Lewis-+wo of The 'rhirfeen people who are respo Baslrei coming up M M e and ofa Soufher n fds nsible for SouH1ern's besi' season in hisfory. l l f break CapTain Migliazzo goes high for a layup To score Two of his I7 poinTs againsT CenTenary. In a real Thriller, SouThern again proved iTs come-Trom- behind abiliTy againsT Tech, deadloclcing The game in The closing seconds on a sTeal by Migliazzo and a buclceT by Goldberg and winning in overTime, 74-70, Curry led The scoring wiTh 20 poinTs as SouThern connecTed on a phenom- inal 57 percenT oT iTs Tield goal aTTempTs. NexT came successive home courT vicTories over SouTh- easTern Louisiana, 83-63: Louisiana Tech again, 79-671 and Florida SouThern, 96-62, beTore The Team journeyed To Jack- son To Tace DelTa STaTe. The SouTherners piled up Their largesT score oT The cam- paign againsT The Greenies, romping To a 99-66 vicTory as Tive players. led by lv1ig's 20 poinTs, scored in double Tigures. Delia pops in one of his paTenTed one-handers in 88-73 vicTory over GenTs. M..-f Souihern GianTs leave by air To meeT The Washingfon UniversiTy Bears. Golden GianT" abouT To score Two in 98-73 win over Tampa. Gaining momenTum in The home sTreTch, SouThern Then rolled up impressive wins over NorTheasT Louisiana STaTe, 87- 797 Spring l-lill, 59-32, in a game which saw The Badgers aT Times hold The ball Tor Tive minuTes wiThouT Talcing a shoT lThe halTTime score was SouThern I5 and Spring Hill 9l1 CenTenary again, 88-731 Tampa UniversiTy, 98-73: and SLI, 93-72. ln This Third game againsT SLI, in which SouThern gained revenge for one of iTs Two deTeaTs, Curry hiT his Top single-game poinT produc:Tion OT The season, pouring in 3l. The Tinal game of The year saw The SouTherners Travel by airTo ST. Louis, Mon To Tace The WashingTon UniversiTy Bears. As a snow sTorm raged ouTside, The red hoT SouTherners led all The way To win, 95-8I, wrapping up Their I5Th sTraighT vicTory and a record-breaking season. Leif fo Righi: Dr. Ari DeRosier, coach: Jim Walker, Jim Meacham, Bill Bolfo n, Bobby Magee, Ron Young, Carl Harper, Rudy DosseH, and Ray D ck o manager. 'Noi' Picfured are Mi ke Olander and Walfer Kaser. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TE Allhough Sou+hern's nine-man freshman squad did noi play a regular schedule of games, lhey pariici- paied in inlramural aclion and provided surprisingly slrong compelilion for +he varsily in praclice all dur- ing Jrhe season. Siars of ihe Team, and lhe ones Coach Lewis is looking lo for help in ihe seasons fo come are as follows: Forward Carl Harper, 6-43 Forward Rudy Dossell, 6-61 Cenier Jim Walker, 6-9, Guard Waller Kaser, 6-lg Guard Bobby Magee, 5-IO, and Guard, Mike Olander, 6-O. Top scorers were Kaser, l-larper and Magee: besl rebounders were Walker and Dos- sef, and lhe playmaker and ball-handler was Olancler. Bill Bolion Rudy Dosseii Carl l-larper Walieir Kaser Jim Meacham FRESHMEN TEAM Bobby Magee Mike Olander Jim Walker Ron Young AM BASEBALL Veleran pilcher Gerald Poole was being depended on heavily ar rhe oulsel of Jrhe I96O baseball cam- paign. l-le gol lhe club off 'ro a winging slarl wilh a lwo-hil iob in a 4-I viclory over Norlheasl Louisiana. Poole, a righlhander, and soulhpaw Bill Wilhelmi were Coach C. J. lPe+el Taylor's only experienced hurlers and hopes of malching lhe I959 +eam's .667 winning percenlage depended on Jrhem. Five olher relurning lellermen figured in Taylor's plans. ln The group were calcher Tommy Morrow, one of lhe lop-hi++ers in '58g infielders Wayne Leck- ich and Charley Dedwylder, and oullielders Leon Akins and Frank Teneralli. Lellerman oulfielder l-lugh lvlclnnis was losl lo pro- fessional loolball and lellerman infielder Johnny Brechlel couldn'+ compele due lo a loolball injury. Olher pilchers on Taylor's comparalively young crew included Earl Elhridge, Larry Guest Kaye Up- lon, Cecil Shamburger and Larry lvleredilh. Newcomers Don Fuell in +he oullield and Dick Mo- zieiko al shorlslop looked promising. as did freshman iniielder Billy Dickson. The Team laced an I8-game card aller +wo early- season conlesls were cancelled due lo rain. The Soulherners won lOou+ of I5 in '58. + gh+ Ed d d C h T yl S d R P I B ff gf n, Dickson, Irby, Efhridge. Third Row: Upfon, Carso, Young, Meador, Mor- rf ell D d yld O N II N ls n. Leckich. Fiffh Row: Carson, Akins. Crawford, Fuell, Vaughn. M0 Q 309 A Ye 'Y Viovvow an GN BU RT EDWARDS Manager INFIELD. Firsf row, leff 'lo right B. Dickson, R. Bumngfon, J. Crawford, W. Leclrich. Second Rowl: C. Dedwylder, R. Young, M. Meador. D. Mozieiko. BASE l960 SCHEDULE March 25-Norllweasl Louisiana Slaie Col- lege March 26-Mississippi College lvlarcl128-Illinois Wesleyan Universily March 29-Illinois Wesleyan Universily April 2-Della S+a+e College April 6--Hanover College April 9-Spring l-lill College April I I-Nicholls Siale College April I3-Wlwealon College April I4-Wlmeaion College BALL oo 9 f6ro nga S5-f ou PITCHERS. Leff +o righf: G. Poole. E. E+hridge, K. Upfon, B. Shamburger. ry l960 SCHEDULE April 25-Nicholls Shale College April 27-Spring Hill College April 29-Della Slale College April 30-Della Slale College May 3-Spring l-lill College May 4--Millsaps College May 7-Norllweasl Louisiana Shale College May IO-Millsaps College May I3-Mississippi College May I4-Spring l-lill College OUTFIELDERS. Firs+ row, leff fo right D. Carson B O Neill T Irby J Nelson Second Row A. Carso, L. Akin: D Fuell F Tenerlaai if Ju igif ,gif-yn SPRING SPORTS The l96O SOUTHERNER was long underway when Spring Sporfs such as baseball, Tennis, and golf began. Therefore, if is impossible To give fhe seasons resulls, buf only 'ro give a preview of The various leam's polenlials. Prospecls for a successful campaign in golf in l960 were brighi as Coach B. O. Van l-look's crew finished fiffh in a Tough field of lO al The Lake Charles lnfercollegiale lnvilalional. Four leller- men form a sfrong nucleus for The Team. These include Robbie Webb, Roy Smilh, Waller Love, and Lonnie Cleveland. Olher lop conlenders in- clude John Alvis, Hank Bishop, John Sherrill, Nor- man Bagby, Frank Bell, Chenaull Coclcrell, and Keifh l-lannan. The schedule includes eighl dual marches and Two Jrournamenls, including Jrhe Soulhern lnrercollegiale al Alhens, Georgia. Richard Mozieiko, shor+s+op, faking some praciice swings. Kaye Upfon, pi+cher, ready +o fog one in. Mound ac'rion in season-opening viciory for 'rhe Soulh- ern baseball 'ream. Firsf row, leff fo righfc Bob Anconefani, Bob Camilleri, Dave Milligan, and Bob Bodden Second ro Jimmy Ladner Ed Pefro Larry Moore Bill Coffey and Bill Mabry. TE NIS Mississippi Sou+hern's lop players are lellermen Jimmy Ladner of l-la'r- Jriesburg and Bill Mabry ol Guliporl, bolh seniors: Juniors Ed Pelro oi Leland and Dave Milligan ol Challanooga, Tennessee, Sophomore Bob Anconelani of Vlneland, N.J.g and Freshman Roberl Camilleri of Mobile. Members ol lhe Junior Varsily are Larry Moore ol Laurel, Bobby Bodden of Mobile, Alabama, and Bill Colley ol Panama, Canal Zone. The l96O Soulherners will play a lough schedule, lalcing on such leams as LSU, Florida Slale, Florida Universily, Pensacola Navy, McNeese Slale, and Spring l-lill College, in a sel' ol malches bolh al home and away. Coach Toxie Luclcey indicaled Jrhal Jrhis years leam has more deplh, and il is expecled 'rhal lhey will have a successful season in spile ol lhe heavy schedule. msgtfff TSW I' 'Th" 4' Y -I 'X if ' J. SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN GRADUATE STUDENTS in-.,...-,X--...fm..K.,...f.W ..4.m-4... .Aw -M...-.....,.,..,.-. .W-Y.f.,.,..,,4.-.-. Q ENI R L S CLASS OFFICERS, Ieff Io rigl1+: Billy Hewes, Presidenfg Neil Hanks, Vice-Presidenfg Lois Pravafa Cloud, Treasurerg and Jane New+on, Secrefary SENIOR CLASS FAVORITES: Charles Van Devender and Frances Head, OFFICERS AND FAVORITES X SO U THER N '-Tk fo f lm JBURG we N 36 ,: CQ FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC 4' 2 Q '52, 'mfililinl 1- 5- Q' 96" JAN ADAMS. KA Bogausa, La. Commercial Art JOHN FRANK ADDISON Osylra Biology and Chemistry Alpha Epsilon Delta, Beta Beta Beta, BSU. BETTY JEAN ALBRITTON Bogue Chitto Business Education 2 CAROLYN LOUISE ALDRIDGE Port Gibson English THOMAS E. ALEXANDER, IIKA New Orleans, La. History and English Senator, Executive Chairman, C.I.A., Brigadoon, Publicity Chairman, Edi- tor, Scholarship Chairman., Pi Kappa Alpha, REW Committee, Reporter, "Student Printz." MARTHA S. ALLENDOlRPH Hattiesburg Psychology Psychology Club, Canterbury Club. PAUL D. ALLRED, K2 Collins Business Administration MARY MARGARET ANDREWS, 'IPM Liberty English Freshman Counselor, Treasurer, Panhellenic, President, Phi Mu, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pig Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart. ROSEMARY ARLEDGE Bay Springs Business Education Westminster Fellowship, Future Teachers of America, REW. 4 JOHN W. ATWOOD Lumberton Chemistry, Math JAM ES A. AULTMAN Hattiesburg lndustrial Arts CHARLES D. AUERA Moss Point Math 5 KAY AYERS Biloxi Home Ec. Education Secretary, Wesley, MSM State Secretary, Mississippi Southern Singers. WAYNE BABIN, IIKA Hattiesburg Health, Physical Education Recreation Club, Historian, Rush Chairman, Pi Kappa Alpha, Debate Club. JOHN P. BACON, JR. Blaine. Tenn- History Bootstrap. F SOUTHERN xk -I -4 WW' i-illSs"V-'as ,SX Q55 "?i?3:..:,g , N IQ 2111? a . J, 'V4 1 Wikis? fr T .--' 5 o "' P1 . 5-39 xx D, 'YRURG we YEARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC CHARLES L. BAETZMAN Leesburg, Fla. Recreafion Varsily Foofballg Recreaiion Club, GEORGE RICHARD BAHR, ATS? Pensacola, Fla. Business Adminisfrafion Della Sigma Pi. MARY ELLEN BAIRD Pensacola, Fla. Speech Southern Players, Alpha Psi Omega, Business Managerg Senale. BUENA BALLARD Halliesburg Biology Alpha Lambda Della. MARY BAMETT Carlhage Elemenlary Educaiion HAROLD BANEELL. JR. Pensacola, Fla. Math l PETER A. BANKSTON Halliesburg Commercial Ari JAMES M. BARRY. JR. Winona Personnel Management Alpha Epsilon Alpha. CLARANCE L. BARTON Haffiesburg Elemenlary Eclucafion ROBERT BATSON Wiggins Personnel Managemenl' Della Sigma Pi. GLENN D. BEACH Purvis Radio and Television MONTE E. BEALL, AAA Lumberfon Elemenia ry Ed ucafion Publicity Chairman, Pledge Sponsor, Delia Della Delfag BSUQ Secrefary, Freshman Classg Vice House Chairman, Hattiesburg Hall: Women's Affairs Board: Sfudenf Educafion Association. 5 JOHN A. BEAN Amory Accounfing JERRY BEARD Haffiesburg , Recreafion ' COY WAYNE BELL Columbia Business Adminislrafion l90 T. MERWIN FRANK BENNETT Mafli BlLL M. BING l-lislory EARL T. BLACKMON l-lislory ROBERT L. BLOODWORTH, HKA Psychology WALLACE C. BLOUNT, JR. Marlcefing WENDELL BLUE. IDKT Geology 3 ANNE C. BOGGAN, E222 Elemenlary Educalion MARY JANE BOLEWARE Home Economic Educa+ion MARY MARGARET BOONE, EEZ Business i l Peoria Sf. Joseph, Mo. Vicksburg Jackson Summil Laurel Haffiesburg Prenliss Halliesburg Presiderl, Sigma Sigma Sigma: Recrealion Club, BSU. 4 HECTOR BOURG, JR., TIKA Ar? Kappa Pig Yellow Jackefsg "S'rudenf Prinlz' JANlCE BOWDEN Music Educafion Tau Befa Sigma. HOM ER BOYD Physical Educalion SALLY ANN BOYER Sociology CHARLOTTE ALTHEA BOYET, AZ French LEON D. BRADDOCK, KA Recreafion Vice-Presidenf, Kappa Alpha. Long Beach Band. Gulfporl Raymond Sumrall Bogalusa, La. Tampa, Fla. PEGGY BRADLEY, AAA Nashville, Tenn. Marlneling Rush Chairman, Chaplain, Della Della Della. JEANNE R. BRADLEY Hallieslnurg Elemenlary Educalion Alpha Lambda Dellag Pi Kappa Pi. GERALDINE BRADSHAW Raleigh Home Economics 2 AMIE G. BRADY Liberly Home Economics ARTHUR C. BRACKENRIDGE Philadelphia Physical Educalion JACK W. BRELAND Luceclale Personnel Managemenl 3 DONALD C. BREWER Halliesburg Malh JUDITH RANDLE BREWER, AAA Hazlehursl Music Educalion Della Della Della, Music Chairmang Mu Phi Epsilong Vesper Choirg MSC Symphonyg Halliesburg Choral Union: Opera Workshopg BSU. LYNELL BRlSTER Liberly Home Economics SCFg Wesleyg Home Economics Clubg Pi Tau Chi. MARTHA BROADUS Moss Poinl Business Educalion ISABEL LYNNE BROCK Bogalosa, Louisiana Elemenlary Educalion ROBBlE BROOKS Picayune Elemenlary Educalion Dormilory Councilg Dormilory Represenlalive. 5 CHARLES H. BROWN Zama .lncluslrial Educalion GAYLE BROWN Fayelle Business Educalion GAYLIA BROWN Zama Elemenlary Eclucalion FIFTY es '-Tk P -15 5' '7 I-.4 JBURG W5 YEARS or PROGRESS AT MSC 4 29'-125335 .7 57, I .zflllim 1' S' Q' 95 JERRY LYNN BROWN, AEA Hailiesburg Educalion and Psychology CONNIE BRUMFIELD, SPM Tylerlown Elemenlary Educalion NEAg Dormitory Officerg Phi Mu, Sergeanl al Arms. CLARICE BRYAN, SPM Mobile, Ala. Speech and Hearing Sigma Alpha Efa, Secrelaryg Dixie Darling. CHARLES P. BUCKLEY Collins Pre-Med JOHN G, BURBULES Chicago. Ill. Public Recrealion ROBERT C. BURKS, IIKA Dyersburg, Tenn. Markeiing Circle Kg Pi Sigma Epsilong Relailing Clubg Geology Clubg Psi Club. ROSS L. BURNSIDE Meridian English TOBA FAY BURRIS McCall Creek Educalion IRENE BURT Philadelphia Elemenlary Educalion 4 MARY LlLLlAN BUSH Laurel Elemenlary Educalion BOBBY E. BUSBY Dora, Ala Recrealion JOEL FLOYD BUTLER Jackson Markeling - 5 KIM Kl-HANG BUTLER AnJoo, Norlh Korea Malh JAMES W. BYRD Brookhaven lndusfrial Arls JO ANNE BYRD Lumberfon Business Adminislralion UT x50 HE"'lv 'Y' A :E ff v Nh SBURG NBS S at 02 FTY YEARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC ""f1iiil5f 1- gf' Q se' SHIRLEY ANN BYRD Brookhaven Home Economics Education Kappa Omicron Phi. LYNETTE CALEOTE Brookhaven Home Economics Education MARY LOUISE CALDWELL Gulfport Pre Med Pi Kappa Pig Alpha Lambda Delta, Treasurer, Beta Beta Beta, Historian, President, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Outstanding freshman student in Biology, Outstanding student in pre med. 2 ARMANDO CALVO Panama, R.P. Foreign Trade WESLEY DONCAMERON Crosby History TOM BRAlME CAMP Hattiesburg Sociology CHARLENE STEWART CAMPBELL Hattiesburg Home Economics Education Home Economics Clubg Kappa Omicron Pi, President. BARBARA CANTERBURY Pensacola, Fla. Elementary Education BSUg NEA, Dormitory Council. CAROLYN CARPENTER Lealcesville Business Education NANCY N. CARROLL Hattiesburg English SHERRY JEANICE CARSON Belzoni Education Home Economics Club, Newman Club A. MAXINE CARTER Mashularville Library Science 5 EARLINE CARTER MOSS Point Business Education FRED W. CASTELIN Pass Christian Business Administration J. C. CHAMBLIS Hattiesburg Business Administration CARROLL ROSS CHAPMAN, KE Puclfe'r+ Accounling GLORIA JUNE CHATHAM Rose Hill Physical Educalion BOBBY GLEN CHESTANG Halliesburg Chemislry Malh 2 YVONNE CHlLDS , Poplarville Elemerilary Educalion RACHEL D. CLARK Seminary Elemenlary Educalion SAM P. CLARK Oskalo-osa, lowa Economics KENNETH CLAY Meridian Biology General Science SYLVlA CLAYTON, AEA Cilronelle, Ala. Business Educalion Treasurer, Alpha Sigma Alphag Vice-Presidenl, Presidenl, Pi Omega Pig Senior Adviser, Phi Della Rho, UBEA-Smead Award. LONNIE P. CLEVELAND, ATQ Mobile, Ala. Business Adminislralion Golf Team: M Club. 4 BETTY CLIFTON, AZ Mobile, Ala. Radio and TV General Speech Scholarship Ring, Isl Vice-Presiderrf, Presidenl, Della Zeta, Tau Kappa Alpha, Soulhern Broadcaslersg Soulhern Debate Teamg REW Commilfee of l00g Regional Parhellenic Conference. LEWlS O. CLINTON Laurel Accounfinq LOIS PRAVATA CLOUD, AEA Slidell, La. Speech Correclion Recording Secrelary, President, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Cheerleader, Coun- selor, Beaulyi Sludenl' Body Maidg Sigma Alpha Thefag Senalorg Secrelary, Newman Clubg REW Commillee of I00. 5 THOMAS E. CLOUD, KA Pensacola, Fla. Maih KENNETH H. COCHRAN Buchalunna Psychology Summer Presiclenl, Brolherhood Presidenl BSUg Senalorg Circle Kg Ciyilang SCF, Sophomore Favorileg Youlh Congress, Conference of lrnlernalional Affairs. ROGER E. COLEMAN, JR. Halliesburg Radio and Television Wesley, ODKg Who's Who, Vice-Presiolenl, Tau Kappa Alpha: Secrelary, Scabbard and Blade, Miss, Youlh Congress: Pi Tau Chi, WMSUg Delegale lo Southern Universilies Sludenl Gov'f. Assn. MARTHA JANE COLLINS Pass Chrislian Elemenlary Educafion Reporfer, MSEA. GEORGE J. COM EAUX Biloxi Accounling Business Adminislralion BURLON COM'MER Philadelphia Hislory 2 JAMES E. CONERLY, HKA Jackson lnduslrial Psychology Wesleyg Psychology Club. LINDA JEAN CONERLY Tylerlown Business Educalion STAN COOKE Jackson l-lislory CORNlELlUS J. COMBER Philadelphia. Pa. Malhemalics AUGUST J. CORSO Biloxi Recrealion Baseballg M Clubg Newman Clubg ROTC Company Commander. HARDY J. COUCH Moss Poinl Educalion 4 'ROBERT COUSSON Jackson Malhemalics SANDRA COVINGTON, EEE Mobile, Ala. Elemenlary Educalion Corresponding amd recording secrelary, Oufsfanding pledge award, Sigma Sigma Sigrnag Dorrnifory OHicer3 Sludenfl Prinlz Staff. BOBBYE JEAN COZART Pillsboro Accounling Business Aclminisfralion Wesleyg Dorrnilory Councilg Senalorg W.A.B, Scholarship. EDWARD R. CRAIG, HKA Halliesburq Biology Cheerleaderg Vice-Presidenf, Canterbury Club. JANE B. CRAN Ouilman Home Economics Eclucalion FRANK CRAWFORD Laurel Business Adminislralion X SQUTHERN 'K :lg ? v A+ S J'3URG wfo .5 O2 l FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC 4 as.. sees: , sr 9, S rilliigx I J' 4? SNR JAMES DAVID CRAWFORD Canlon lnslrumenlal Music Eclucalion Presidenf, Bandg Presidenl, Phi Mu Alphag Presidenl, ODKQ Weslrninslerg MSC Symphonyg Nalional lnfercollegiale Panelg Kappa Kappa Psi. WILLIAM E. CRAWFORD Eighl Mile Business Adminislralion WILLIAM D. CREEL Pelal Chemislry SARAH CROCKETT Tupelo Accounling Alpha Epsilon Alpha. BOB I-I. CROSBY Mendenhall Recrealion MARTHA R. CROSBY, AEA Moselle Elemenlary Educalion ROBERT PRESLEY CRUTI-'IIRDS Mobile, Ala. I-lislory JAMES R. CRUM Halliesburg Arl VINCENT CULOTTA Summil Marlce-ling Business Adminislralion Pledge Masfer, Della Sigma Pig Newman Club. A. EARL CURRY, ATQ I-lalliesburg Ollice Managemenl Sophomore Senalorg Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Alpha Tau Omega. DON CURRY Halliesburg I-lislory FRANK D. D'ANTONl, KE Nalchez Accounling Business Aclminislralion Circle Kg Treasurer, Della Sigma Pig Newman Clubg Counselor, CLAIRE CURTIS DAVIS Newlon Religion and Philosophy Grealer Council, YWA, Choir, BSUg Soulhern Singersg Annual Sfaffg Vesper Choir: Dormitory Council, Sludenf Chrislian Federalion. JIMMY DAVIS Columbia Physical Educalion BENJAMIN M. DEAVENPORT Pensacola, Fla. Malhemalics F SOUTHERN -I -4 - Miss Q6 ,Sym 9 if -. 6 W., a ' vI'ffI1' y 'v' 4,"w3:.? deny ..-- "Pix moo PPI. 399 -4 rn xk if ky, 'Y if-4 Q N 'YBURG we' ARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC I 2 LUKE DELANE ALICE DENSON, X9 FRANK C. DEVELLE 3 CLARK 6. DIAL CLAUDE R. DIAMON GERRIE DICKERSON. 4 JOE s. Dooom 5 BILL DORE SALLY ANN DOSSET GLEN DOWE I98 ANN EATON DEHART. IDM Elemenlary Educafion Band: SEA: BSU. MARTHA DUNCAN DE KAY, QM Home Economics Taylorsville Liberiy Alpha Omicron Phig Pi Kappa Pig Alpha Lambda Della: Phi Delta Rho: Oulsfanding Panhellenic Pledgeg Dixie Darling. MARY LOU DE JESU Syossel, New York Pre Denial Elemenlary Educalion Wesley. English Psychology Business D lnduslrial Arls X9 Oiclice Managenienr Chemislry Philadelphia Long Beach New Orleans, La. Columbia Roxie McComb I-Ialliesburg Foofballg American Chemical Sociely. ROBERT S. DOI-IORTY, ATQ Foreign Trade Halliesburg Worlhy Usher, Alpha Tau Omegag Social Chairman, Della Sigma Pi. PERCY GERALD DONALD Business Adminisiralion Radio and Television Accounring Alpha Epsilon Alpha. Business Ad minislralion Vanbury Nalchez Picayune Ulica BARBARA DRENNAN Laurel Home Econo-mics Eclucalion Kappa Omicrom Phi. ALBERT B. DUCK, JR. Roxie Business Educalion JOSEPH D. DUFEK Halliesburg Sociology MY'RTl-IA MARIE DUNCAN Gholson Music Eclucalion ELIZABETH L. DURANT Mobile, Ala. Sociology NEA3 Wesley. CARL DYER Laurel Psychology WILLIAM E, EASLEY, JR., KA Halliesburg Biology BENNIE R. EASTERLING Gulfporl Malhemalics GERALD ENTREKIN Sumrall Malhemalics RICHARD A. ECKERT New Orleans, La. Banking and Finance MYRTLE LOU EDDINS Bay Minelle, Ala. Speech and Hearing Bandg Secrefary, Vice-Presidenf, Tau Bela Sigmag Vice-President, Sigma Alpha Ela. ALBERT C. EDWARDS Mobile, Ala. English President, Sludenl Christian Fecleraliong Secrefary, Presidenl, Circle K' Oulslancling Pledge, Alumni Secrefary, Social Chairman, Pi Kappa Alphag Wesley: Junior Class Favorileg "S'rudenf Prinlz"g ROTC Company Comman- derg First Vice-Presidenf of Slale S.C.A. 5 RONALD D. EDWARDS Gro-lon, New York Recrealion Gamma Tau Sigma. GLENN E. ENDRISS Biloxi Business Adminislralion ALAN W. ERICSON Cryslal Falls, Mich. Hislory EUBIE El'HERlDG'E Almore, Ala Business Adminislralion THURMOND L. EVANS Collins Marlceling CRAIG LEROY EZELL Halliesburg Geology 2 NANCY EZELLE Vicksburg Hislory MAUDELL FAlRCl-llLD Woodville Business Educalion NEAg Pi Kappa Pig BSUg Dorrnifory Councilg Alpha Lambda Delfag Pi Omega Pi. ROBERT FARRAGUT Moss Poinl Clwemislry 3 KENNETH JOHN EAURNIER Biloxi Music Eclucalion Kappa Kappa Psi. ROBERT A. EAYARD Biloxi Accounling and Business Adminisfralion Delfa Sigma Pi. JAMES H. FENOGLIO Biloxi lnduslrial Arls THOMAS LESLIE FICKLING Foley, Ala. Business Adminislralion GEORGE FLE'MlNG, ATQ Enlerprise Psychology MONA V. FLETCHER ,QM Pensacola, Fla. Markeling Markeling Clubg BSU. 5 BETTY LOU FLOWERS Jackson Elemenfary Educalion Prcsideni, Mississippi Siudenf Educafion Associaiiong REW Commiffee ol I00g BSU. BILLY R. FOLKES Seminary Kappa Mu Epsilong Annual Sfaffg Hisforian, 4-H Clubg Circle K. WYATT EORTENlBER'RY Tylerlown Mallwemalics XSOUTHERN R OR F I FT Y YEARS or PROGRESS Rirlls fs AT MSC 9 ZXDVQEEE: , D' 'fwfuiea 9,5 RPRURG N55 SARA FREEMAN Jaclrson Elemenlary Educalion General Ari Panhellenic Delegale, Social Chairman, Pledge Trainer, Presidenl, Della Zelag Wesfminslerg Choral Union, REW Cornmilfee of IOOQ Classic Baller Group, Fulure Teachers of America, FRED E. FUGUE Kansas Cily, Mo. Elernenlary Educalion ROGGIE VIRGINIA FULLER, QM Mobile, Ala. lnslilulion 'Managemenl' Westminster, College Union Acfiviliesg Social Chairman, Regislrar, His- lorian, Phi Mug Home Economics Clubg Dormilory Council, 2 ANGELYN FAYE FURR Wesson Music Educalion Vesper Choir, Southern Singers, Choral Union, Wesley, Opera Workshop, MEHC. ALBERTA FUTCI-I Tylerlown Speech CAMILLE GAMBLIN. 'IPM Meridian Secondary Educalion BSU, Secrelary, Social Aclivifies Direclor, Phi Mug Execulive Council, Col- lege Union Acfivifies, NEA, Organizafion Edifor, SOUTI-IERNERg "Sludenl PrinTz"g Dormifory Council. 3 CLYDE GARNER Taylorsville Hislory GLYNN VAN DYKE GAIRRETT Braxlon Business Adminislralion Civilang Proclor. WARREN D, GARRETT Cryslal Springs Business Adminislralio-n ALTON L. GASAWAY, :Kills Escalawpa Personnel Managemenl KATHLEEN MARTHA GAUTIER Biloxi Biology FLOYD KERN GILBERT, HKA Canlon Marlceling WILLIAM A. GILLILAND Halliesburg Geology KENNETH I-I. GILMORE Seaford. New York Hislory LYNDA JANE GILMORE, XS? Gulfporl Treasurer, Alpha Lambda Delfag Dean's Lisf, Presidenf's List, Sophomore Class Favorile, Senaforg Kappa Mu Epsilon, Counselor, REW Commillee of l00g Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman, Personnel Chairman, Vice-Presb denl, Chi Omega. . 20I F SQU THERN 'X g If JHURG we -I -4 - MISS -age,-Q... ISSCOA -9 Q? r ' T? . ' 1,99 ilfziii' 3 . 0 'P ,Kirk fr Q .9 o ,PPI . 3'J'i'p YEARS O 202 F PROGRESS AT MSC I WALTER J. GODWIN, KA Georgefown, Delaware Hisiory CLIFFORD S. GOLDSMITH Arcadia, Fla. Economics DON GOODWIN Macon Physical Eclucalion 2 EUGENE C. GOODWIN, IIKA Macon Recrealional Therapy Phi Mu Alpha Sinfoniag Recreaiion Clubg MSC Banid. ELIZABETH A. GOTTFRIED New Orleans, La. Marlceling Business Adminisfralion Secrelary, Retailing and Merchandising Club. SUSAN E. GOULD Mobile, Ala. Journalism Columnisl, News Edifor, Managing Editor, Execufive Ediior, Edilor, The "Sludenf Prinlzg" Seciion Edilor, The "Drawlg" College Union Acfivilies C 'll - BSU' Wh ' Wh ' A 'c C Il d U ' 'T' ' Ol'TIl'I'1I ee, I OS O IDI ITleI'I an 0 CQES an I'IIVeI'Sl IES, Represenfalive lo Columbia Scholastic Press Ass'n. 3 RAYMOND C. GRACE Magee Accounling Business Adminislraiion Della Sigma Pi. RALPH MOORE GRANTHAM Slringer Malhemalics RALPH ARLIN GRAY Collins Business Adminisiralion HOWARD GERALD GRAYSON Sionewall Maihemalics JOHN DEE GREATHOUSE, KA Fayelle Markeling WENDELL J. GREENE Reading, Mass. Hisiory 5 CAROLYN GRIFFITH Prenliss Elemenlary Educalion Siudenl NEA: BSU. GUY GROFF, JR. Long Beach Business Adminislralion MARSHA NAN GROVES Biloxi Sociology-Recreafion Wesfminsler. EUGENE GUFFEY Balon Rouge, La. Business Adminislralion CHARLES J. GUICE Biloxi Biology Treasurer, Bela Bela Belag Canlerbury Clubg REW Commillee of l00g Game and Fish Scholarship. FRANCES H. GUNTER Ocean Springs Elemenlary Eclucalion GARY GUNTER Tupelo Personnel Managemenl ROBERT A. GUSTIN, KIJKT Sl. Pelersburg, Fla. Business Aclminislralion MARY ESTHER HADSKEY Fayelle Elemenlary Educalion Weslminslerg Fulure Teachers of America MARGUERITE EILEEN HAGGARD Shuqualalc English CAROL HAlGLER, AAA Forl' Deposil, Ala. Secondary Educalion KATHERINE CREW HALL, XQ Greenville Hislory Secrelary, Presidenl, Chi Omegag Canlerbury Club. GEORGE W. HALL, fIPKT McComb Commerce JOlHANNA LEA HALUSKA, AAA Gullporl Music Educalion Newman Club: Dormilory Councilg MENCg Song Chairman, Pledge Schol- arship Award, Della Della Della. M. C. HAMILTON, JR., EIDE Fullon, Ala. Business Adminislralion Presidenl, Sigma Phi Epsilong Presidenl, Collegiale Civilang Presidenl, IFC Bowling Leagueg Vice-Presidenl, IFCg Dormilory Proclorg Yellow Jackelsg Della Sigma Pi. 5 MARY K. HAMMOND, AZ Brookhaven Business Educalion Vesper Choir: Freshman Counselorg Kappa Della Pig BSU. JEAN HANCOCK Mobile. Ala. Hislory Corresponding Secrelary, Mississippi Sludenl Educalion Associalion. SCOTT L. HAND DeKalb Economics W. NEAL HANKS, QPKT Prichard, Ala. Public Relalions Presidenf, Vice-Presidenl, Rush Chairman, Phi Kappa Tau, Associale Business Manager, "Sluclenl' Prinfzgl' Freshman Orienlaliong "Drawl" Ad- VISOF. BILLY JOE HARDY Sylacauga, Ala. Business Adrninislralion MARY ALICE HARDY Dallas, Texas English Kappa Della Pi. JOHN E. l-lA'RRlNGTON, ATS! Glosier Business Adminislralion WILLIAM E. HARTEIELD Halliesburg Elemenlary Educafion RUTH CHARLENE HARVEY Carriere Horne Economics SHELBY L. HARRIS Union Malh and English Bandg Orcheslrag Choral Union: Fulure Teachers of America, Kappa Mu Epsilong Kappa Della Pig Lambda lola Taug Nalional Council of Teachers of Malhemalics. MARY TOM HAUN Lebanon, Tenn. lMusic Civic Symphony, BSU Execulive Council. ROLAND C. HAUN Clinlon, Tenn. Religion and Philosophy Vesper Choirg Presidenf, Baplisl Sfudenl Fellowshipg Freshman Basketball Team. JIMMIE RUTH HAWKINS Bruce Elemenlary Educalio-n FRANCES HEAD, X0 Gullporl English Top Ten Beaulyg Sophomore, Senior, Homecoming Maidg Alpha Lambda Della: Dormilory Councilg Social Chairman, Vocalional Chairman, Chi Omega: Senale REWQ Ten Besl Dressed. JAMES R. HEARN Halliesburg Business Adminislralion RONALD HEGWOOD Purvis Physical Educalion H. W. HESLIN, JR. Laurel Malh WILLIAM GARDNER HEWES, KA Gullpori Personnel Managemenl Cheerleader: Vice-Presidenf, Favorire, Sophomore Class, Presidenl, Junior Class: Newman Clubg Yellow Jackefsg Rush Chairman, Kappa Alpha. SOUTHERN 6 .lg if Sh V ll X 'YBURG we FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC 6- Zqghifsigx .b S -liufx JACKIE D. HlLL'MAN Leaksville lnduslrial Arls ALFRED E. HINTON Lucedale Malh CHARLES WILLIAM HINSON ' Nalchez Music Educalion Vesper Choirg Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. NORMAN WYATT HOLBROOK, KE Magee Marlceling Yellow Jackefsg REWg Presidenf, Wesfminsferg Treasurer, Pledge Trainer, Kappa Sigma. MARTHA LYNN HOLCOMB Purvis Home Economics JAMES B, HOLDER, JR. Jackson Business Adminislralion Vesper Choir, Misslssippiansg Choral Union.. MIRIAM HOPKINS Mendenhall Malh and Physics Kappa Mu Epsilon. HARRY EVANS HOIRN, KPKT Mobile, Ala. Physics Rush Chairmaru, Chaplain, Secrelary, Phi Kappa Tau, Presidenf, IFC: Sophomore Class President: Senaforg Treasurer, Yellow Jackefsg Men's Affairs Board, College Union Aclivihesg "Drawl." CAROL HORTON Forl' Myers, Fla. Music Educalion Canterbury Clubg Choral Union, REW. BETTY JEAN HOUSER Gullporl' Psychology NANCY LOUISE HOUSTON, KA New Albany Home Economics Equipmenl' Treasurer, Vice-Presidenf, Kappa Delfag Home Economics Clulog BSU. RUBY ANN HOWELL, AEA Halliesburq Speech Correclion Vee-President, BSU: Honor Pledge, Chaplain, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Alpha Ela, Presidenfg Kappa Della Pi. 5 BOBBY J. HUDSON Collins Personnel Managemenl ROBERT HUDSON Wesson Hislory THELMA HUFF Pelahafchie Home Economics Ed ucalion F 0 M SSJJ. 'B .f P C 'YBURG mf' 6 x50 sq 0 Q9 fvx R 4:5 Q 7 an 155235 , .7 . Ay, .T as Q' 9 YEARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC l BRAD HUGHES, fI1KT Magee Malh KAY HUNT Biloxi Home Economics Pi Kappa Pig Kappa Omicron Phig Recording Secrefary, Vice-Presidenf, Newman Club: Home Economics Club, VERNITA ANNE HURD Pascagoula Home Economics Educalion Home Economics Clubg 4-H Clubg BSUQ Fulure Teachers of America: College Union Aclivilies. NANCY HUTCHISON Vero Beach, Fla, Psychology Secrelary, Psychology Club. THOMAS H, HUTCHINSON Halliesburg Governmenf DENECE HUTTO Shubula Elemenlary Educafion DANIEL E. HUTTON Lauderdale Pre4Med RlCl-IARD C. HUSTON Pensacola, Fla. Business Adminislralion JlMMY M, HUX Bogue Chillo Malh JA'MES ILLICH Biloxi Accounling PAUL W. IRWIN, KA Jonesborg, La, Malh THOMAS JACKSON Selma, Ala. Business Adminislralion 5 RICHARD M. JACOBS Ocean Springs Physics EDWARD JAMES Hazlehursl Business Adminislralion DAVID P. JEFFREYS Fayelle Geology 206 BOBBY L, JENKINS, ECIJE Ellisville Elemenlary Educalion WILLIAM TATE JENNINGS Meridian Accounling J. WOODROW JETER, JR., ATQ Mobile. Ala. Business Adminisfralion Treasurer, Alpha Tau Omega Pledge Class, Vice-President, Della Sigma Pig Vesper Choir, Collegiale Civifang Men's Chorus. 2 CORA FRANCES JOHNSON Philadelphia Elemenlary Educalion DONNA JOHNSON Purvis Elemenlary Eclucalion EMMA JANE JOHNSON Ellisville Home Economics Eclucalion Horne Economics Club, Career Day Counselor. JO ANN JOHNSON Meridian Business Educalion MARY LOUISE JOHNSON, EEZ Tylerlown Home Economics Home Economics Club. NORBERT JOHNSON Vicksburg Markeling Ornicron Della Kappa, Treasurer, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Vice-Presidenf, Yellow Jackelsg Presidenf, Circle Kg College Union Activities, Elecfion Commis- sion: CIA, Orienlalion Commilfee. 4 NOIRMA JEAN JOHNSON Long Beach Elemenlary Educalion Sludenl Educaiional Associalion, BSU. WANDA ANN JOHNSON Naiclwez Elemenlary Educalicn MILTON K. JOHNSTON, JR. Mobile, Ala. Economics Della Sigma Pi. ALTO'N PAT JONES Laurel Pre-Med HORACE L. JONES, KE Porlsmoullw, Va. Psychology Secrelary, Kappa Sigrnag SoulI'1errElPLayersg Guys and Dolls, Canferbury u . REYNARD DALE JONES Cenlreville Physical Educalion DONALD L. JORDAN Accounling BETTY ANN JORDAN, CPM Business Educalion Wesley, Freshman Counselor, Panhellenic Secrelaryg Phi Mu. PANSY JUE Secrelarial Sludies 2 PATRICIA JURY Commercial Arl Kappa Pig Pi Tau Chi, Publicify Chairrn V. C. KECKIN Speech BETTY S. KEEN I-lorne Economics Home Economics Club. DALTON A. KEEN ER Biology Proclorg Bela Bela Bela. NED THOMAS KELLAR Sociology JAMES F. KELLEY, ATU Markeling C. W. KELLY Polilical Science DORTHEY KEMP I-lislory BARBARA ROSE KILLINGSWOIRTH Home Economics Educalion 5 SARAH CAROLYN KING Home Economics Educalion CAROL EVANS KLOTZ, KA Thealre Taylorsville Ellisville Oulslanding Pledge, Vicksburg Mobile, Ala. an, SCF Los Angeles, Calif. Brookhaven McKeesrocI:s, Pa. I-lafliesburg Orlando, Fla. Laurel Cryslal Springs Lorncan Mendenhall Halliesburg Dramalics Award, Guys and Dolls, Vice-Presidenl, Soulherni Playersg Sec- relary, President, Alpha Psi Omegag Scholarship Kappa Della. CAROL KI NARD Hislory Chairman, Treasurer, Meridian BSU, Sfudenf Educalion Associalion. X N N S ,- S 0 FIFTY YEARS OF PRCGRESS AT Msc df" 1- Q Q se' CHANIDLER LEACH KLOTZ, JR. McComb Governmenl' SANDRA LOE KNIG-HT, AEA SoSo Business Educalion BSU: Nafional Educallon Associalion. CARL R. KNOTTS Bay Springs Biology Bela Bela Belag Presidenf, Fencing Club. ROSE MARIE KOLICH Biloxi Accounling ANNE S. KRIZANAUSKAS Shenandoah, Pa. Hislory RONALD KUNTZ Business Adminislralion 3 GEORGE THOMAS KU'RTS, JR,, KA Psychology ALBERT J. LACOSTE, JR. Accounling and Malh JAMES E. LADNER Malh and Physics Brooklyn, Iowa Jackson Independence Hafliesburg President, Kappa Mu Epsilon: Yellow Jackefsg Varsify Tennis, 4 GEORGE 'LA MARCHE Business Adminislralion SEBE C. LAM BERT Accounling LI NDA LAMM ERS, AZ Sociology Scholarship Chairman, Della Zelag Freshman Counselor: 5 EDITH MITCHELL LANCASTER Home Economics Educalion JAMES D. LANE Induslrial Arls MARY ALMA LANE English and Hisfory Wesleyg Sludenf Educalion. Associafion, Chicago, III. Jayess Jackson Newman Club. Halliesburg Osylcs Eoresl Y I 5 'XII N JBURG we X F li? 5 A 'YBURG We -I -4 Say ' MISSIJISZG Qs 41 - . 6 2,9 w ., 'Q' 6, ,--k- 4 .Q.L,. Q J' " 9 ,PPI . 303mm YEARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC I CARL coNN LAWRENCE Accounfing HERMAN LEE Business Adminislralion MARION GRADY LEE Hisfory Scabbard and Blade. 2 SYLVIA ANN LEE. EEE Business Educalion JAN ELLE LEGGETT Business Educalion BILL LETY Business Adminislralion 3 ATI-IA W. LEWIS General .Science IMA JO LEWIS Elemenlary Eclucafion - Wesleyg Sfudenl NEA. PATSY LIGHTSEY. X9 Eclucalion Bandg Wesley: MEA. 4 . BARBARA LINDSAY, AEA Hislory and Psychology WesIeyg'Psycholoqy Club, WARREN L. LISENBEE Arcliilecfural Design BI LLIE JOE LOFTON Maflwemafics MARILYN ANN LOGAN Music Educafion NORMAN J. LOMBARD Accounling Pi Sigma Epsilon. F. RENE LORIA Geology Football. 2I0 uayess Mounl' Olive Purvis Biloxi Laurel Halliesburg I-Ialliesburg Waynesboro Daleville Quincy, Ill. Creslview, Fla. McComb Broolclyn Biloxi New Orleans, La. BESSIE INEZ LOTT Columbia Secrelarial Sludies JAMES P. LOTT Mcselle Geology JERRY ALAN LOTT, KE Haifieslaurg Mallnemafics MARY JO LUCAS, X52 Halliesburg Relail Merchandising Reralling and Merchandising Clubg Counselor, Beaufyg Pledge Trainer, Chi Omega. EVELYN LUTRICK Jaclcson Elemenfary Educalion Socfal Chairman, Treasurer, Phi Mug Kappa Delta Phi, Counselor, Secre- lary, BSU, College Union Aclivilies Board. FRANK LYNN Moss Poinl Recrealion D. DALE LYONS Vancleave Speech KENNETH P. MAIN, ATS? Mobile, Ala. Business Adminislrarion Yellow Jackelsg Vice-Presidenl, Pi Sigma Epsilon., Senior Senaiorg Reporler, Senlinel, Corresponding Secrelary, Presideni, Alpha Tau Ornegag l.F.C. Represerifafiye. BETTY LOU MAJOR Surnmil Psyclnology Wornen's Affairs Board: Dormilory Council. MERRITT C. MANN Ridgeway, Pa. Social Sludies HARRIET MANNING Decalur Music Therapy Music Chairrnan, BSU, Vesper Choir, Secrelary, MENC. JOSEPH O. MANUEL, JR. Biloxi Biology and Geology Bela Bela Bela. 5 ANN ROSE MARTIN, AEA Laurel Business Educafion Sfudenl NEA, YWA, Greater Council, BSUg Dorrnilory Council, Band. E, KEITH MARTIN Gulfporl Business JEANETTE MATHEWS Jaclcson Business Educalion MARTHA ANN MARTIN Noxapaler Elemenlary Educalion RAYMOND MATLOCK Camden Marlce-ling MARY ANN MATNEY Halliesburg Psychology DONNA MATTHEWS, EEE Jackson Malhemalics Treasurer, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Presidenl, Panhellenic, Presidenf, Phi Della Rho, Execulive Council, BSU, Secretary, Bela Befa Bela, Alpha Lambda Della, Vice-Presidenr, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi Tau Chi, Dormilory Council. MlLTON MATTHEWS Union Hislory PEGGY MAY Collinsville Library Science JOHN O. MAYO. JR. Florence Business Adminislralion Yellow Jackels, President, Della Sigma Pi, Soufherni Generals Drill Team, Scabbard and Blade, ROTC Ballle Group Commander. DONALD M. MCCANN, ATQ Biloxi Marlceling JANET MARlE CHlSlM McCANN Sledge Home Economics Educalion BlLLlE ANN MCCLELLAND Summil Elemenlary Educalion JOHNNIE RUTH McCORMlCK Rosehill Elemenlary Educalion BlNNlE LEE MCCOY, EEF. Pelal Thealre Treasurer, Alpha Lambda Della, Alpha Psi Omega, Vice Presidenf, Soulh- ern Players, Keeper of Grades, Sigma Sigma Sigma. 5 BETTY ANNE lv1cCUTCl-lEON,AEA Waveland Elemenlary Educalion Treasurer, Regislrar, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Treasurer, SCF, Kappa Della Pi. ELEANOR CEClLlA MCDONALD Halliesburq English Lilerary Edilor, The SOUTHERNER,CNeligfmar' Club, Psychology Club, French lu . CAROLYN McGREGOR Halliesburg Psychology and Recrealion Newman Club, WAB, REW Commillee ol 100, Senate, Aclivifies Chair- man, Vice-Presidenl, Oulslanding Pledge, Presidenl, Della Della Della, Counselor, Cheerleader, Presideni, Pi Tau Chi, Vice-Presidenl, Phi Della Rho, Secrelary, Sophomore Class, Favorile, Mosl Oulslanding Freshman Woman, Associale Juslice, Sludenl Courl. SQUTHLRN or ff, fa .f YI 7 'D III 830119 W5 fi . :Si 0? FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC 6 252 'i:?iw., N 226 .l, f GEORGE W. MCILWAIN Ft. Ruckel, Ala. Business Administration HUGH A. MCINNIS Leakesville Physical Education Football, Baseball, Proctorg Physical Education Club. IR-BY N. MclNNlS, JR., KA Gulfport Business Administration and History Yellow Jacketsg President, Pi Sigma Epsilon., Treasurer, Inter-Fraternity Council, Distinguished Military Student, IFC Judiciary Committee, Execu- tive Committee, SGA, Battle Group Executive Officer, ROTC, Delegate to National IFC Convention. 2 TRUMAN MCKENZIE Bay springs Home Economics Education Pi Kappa Pi, Phi Delta Rho, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Omicron Phi, Kappa Delta Pig Pi Tau Chi, President, Home Economics Club, Betty Dukes Craft Scholarship, Tri-Delta Service Scholarship, Social Chairman, BSU. RODERICK MCMILLON Petal lndustrial Arts JOHN C. McOUAGGE, ATQ Hattiesburg Education and Psychology WILLIE V. McRANEY Mobile, Ala. Business Administration and 'Marketing Football. DORIS MEADOWS, QM Ellisville Home Economics Education Counselor, Charm Consultant, Home Economics Club, BSU, Dormitory Councilg Social Service Chairman, Chaplain, Phi Mug Miss October, I959, LARRY R. MEREDITH, ATQ Searsboro, Iowa Physical Education Secretary of Pledge Class, Alpha Tau Omega. SAM E. MIDDLEBROOK Hattiesburg History JOHN MIGLIAZZO Kane, Pa. Personnel Management Football, President, M Clubg Captain, Basketball. GERALD MILES Jackson Accounting BRUCE B. MILLER Ocean Springs Business Administration AVEN CLYDE MILLS Forest Physical Education KATHLEEN G. MILLS Hattiesburg Business Education Pi Omega Pi. Sou THERN so 0 ff: Frv YEARS or PROGRESS AT A66 ...dw ag 6'gURG N55 PEGGIE ALICE MING, QM Elemenlary Educalion Accounling and Business Adminislralion Vice-Presidenf, Alpha Epsilon Alpha. MA'RY ANN MOORE. E22 Home Economics Eclucafion 2 JOHN MORAGNE I-Iislory GERALD F. MORAN Geology CAROL LEE MORGAN Malh 3 JULIA MORGAN, X9 Music Educalion KEARNEY I-I. MORGAN Business Adminislralion Della Sigma Pig Scabbard and Blade. EARL KELTON MORRIS. K2 Business Aclminislralion Jacketsg SGA Social Commitlee. 4 MARGARITA MARIA MORIRIS Music Edulcalion Vesper Choirg Choral Uniong REWg BSU. RICHARD MURCHISON Psychology JAMES FRANK 'MURIPHY Biology PAUL F. MYERS Business Adminislralion ROBERT P. MYERS Geology JAMES F. NANCE Accounling 2I4 President, Kappa Sigmag Cheerleaderg Scabbard and Bladeg MSC Louisville Nalional Educalion Associaliong Young Women's Auxiliaryg BSU. EUGENE T. 'MOCK Mobile, Ala. Union Home Economics Clubg BSUg Nalional Educalion Associafiong REW. Biloxi Biloxi Halfiesburg Foresl Mu Phi Epsilong Vesper Choirg Dormitory Councilg Choral Union. Jackson Columbia CUAg Yellow Yazoo Cify Red Banks Orrell Mobile, Ala. Pascagoula Laurel i l JANICE NANCE English CO'RlNNE NEAL, QM Music Therapy W. C. NEAL Pre-Med 2 ROBERT NETHERLAND Mafh FRED E. NEWTON Accounling Della Sigma Pi. JANE NEWTON. QM Home Economics Educalion Philadelphia Decalur Morlon Brookhaven Gullporl Amile, La. Vice-lfresiolenf, Phi Mug Secrelary, Home Economics Clubg Senalorg Cap- lain, Dixie Darlingsg Kappa Omicron Phig Sweelhearly Phi Mu Alpha. 3 BARBARA B. NICHALSON Elemenfary Eclucalion BARBARA PITTMAN NOLAN Elemenlary Educalion 6. COLE NOLAN, EKPE Business JANlClf NUNLEY Home Economics Educalion DONNA NYDEGGER l-lislory JAMES E. OBEIRNE, KE Chemislry Alpha Epsilon Dellag Pvesidenl, Marshall, Newman Direclor Newman Club. 5 MARYANN O'CONNOR. QM Business Adminislralion ROBERT D. O'CON NOR Psychology GERALD LAMBERT ORMON, IIKA Business Adminislralion Club: Laurel Calhoun Cily Biloxi Booneville Halliesbiirq Nalchoz Slale Regional Mobile, Ala. Vicksburg Ellisville CATHERINE LOUISE OWEN Fayelle Elemenlary Eclucalion EUGENE K. OWEN New Orleans, La. Accounlinq Presidenl, Sludenr Chrislian Federaliong Treasurer, Weslminslerg Vice- Presidenl, Circle Kg Presidenl, Alpha Epsilon Alpha, Treasurer, Pi Tau Chi, MARY ELLEN OWENS, AZ Home Economics 2 HENRY W. PARKER Religion and Philosophy WILLIAM L. PARKER, Efbli Eclucalion Yellow Jackelsg Social Chairman, Vice-Presidenl, Sigma P DAVID A. PASSMORE Malh 3 R. I.. PATTEN Personnel 'Managemenl BILLIE RUTH PATRICK, AEA Elemenlary Educalion Semmes. Ala. Pascagoula Prenliss hi Epsilong IFC. Biloxi Columbia Halliesburg Vice-Presidenl, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Homecoming Maid, Treasurer, Favor- ile, Junior Class, Secrelary, Siudenf Chrislian Federaliong Top Beaulyg BSU: 2nd Vice-Presidenf, SGA, Chairman, Women's Affairs Board. DIXIE NEILL PATTERSON Home Economics 4 PATRICIA PATTERSON. AAA Secrelarial Sludies Sponsor Chairman, Librarian, Recording Secrelary, Wesfmimsier Fellowship. JAM ES ELLIOTT PAYTON Accounling MARY ANN PENTON, X12 Business Educalion Secrelary, Chi Omegag Wesley. 5 JERRY SUE PEPIN Music Educalion Dixie Darling. WlLLlA'M PEPIN Accounling M Club. MACK PERKINS, fI1KT Malh House Manager, Phi Kappa Tau. Della Lucedale Halliesburg Della Della: Nalchez Bay Springs Calhoun Cily Kankakee, III. Prichard, Ala. SSIJ, gM can Kgs if ly I X N if . 02 FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS T E' T"2'fir:l3r1- jr Q SP DOROTHY THOMSEN PERSONS, AEA l-lalliesburg Home Economics Educalion Pledge Trainer, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Home Economics Club. MER'RlLL A. PETERSON, KA Halliesburg Geology and Malh Kappa Mu Epsilong Geology Club. FREDDIE A. PETRO, ATO Hafliesburg Business Adminisiralion BOBBY RAY PICKARD Meridian Business Adminislralion Della Sigma Pi. ANNlS RUTH PlCKERlNG Seminary Business Educalion CLARENCE E. PlERCE, JR., QKT Biloxi Mafh BlLLY B. PIRTLE, K2 Winnsboro, La. Marlcefing President, Favorile, Freshman. Classg Phi Sigma Epsilon: Execulive Assisi- anr, Sfudenl G-overnmenlg Men's Affairs Board: Elecrions Commission: President Moral Commissiong Edilor of Sfudenl Direcfory, OVUIDA PITTMAN columbia Business Educalion PURVIS W. POLK, JR. Picayune Personnel Managemem' GERALD D. POOLE DeKalb Physical Educalion M Club. WlLLlAM A. POPE Laurel Accounling and Business Aclminislrafion BARBARA M. PRYOR Pascagoula Accounfing Alpha Epsilon Alpha LARRY WILLARD PUCKETT Halliesburg Geography THOMAS L. PURVIS, JR. Eerriday, La. General Science Freshman Senalorg Supreme Courl Juslice. JOHN A. OUARLES, ATS? Scooba Commerce AT MSC F N SQU THERN -.E in f-4 SBURG X35 X '12 X .. 00 6? ex pza Q T Y 5 E, . in .i A ' ff 2,9 135223 , 5 Va, .rflllfi : 5 Q 9 YEARS O v 'W l 2I8 F PROGRESS AT MSC CLINTON CRAIG QUEBEDEAU, KZ General Science MARSHALL J. RAHAIM, ATQ Business Adminislrafion Church Point La. Laurel Vice-Presidenl, Junior Classg Treasurer, Alpha Tau Omega.: REWQ IFC: Annual Sfaff, Senior Senaforg Newman Clubg College Radio Sfaffg Col- Iegiafe Civilan. REBECCA 'RAMSEY Music Educalion Jaclcson Hislorian, Vice-Presidenf, Mu Phi Epsilong BSUQ Choral Union., BSU: Opera Workshop. 2 TERRELL I-I. RANDOLPH Hislory ll-IOMAS O. RANKIN Math and Physics Bay Sl. Louis Wessoii Kappa Mu Epsilong Physics Club. VELMA RANKIN Elemenlaiy Educalicn 3 CASSIE B. RASBERRY, X9 Business Educalion Alpha Lambda Delfag Secretary, Pi Omega Pig Darlings. BETTIE JEAN RATLIFF Elemenlary Educalion DAVID RAWILS, KIPKT Physical Educalion 4 MYRON R. RAYBON Marlceiing CHARLES REA Accounling MARY LINDA READ Elemenlary Educaiion 5 JEROME VINCENT REEL, IIKA English and 'Hisiory President, Pi Kappa Alpha: Vice-Presidenf, Pi New Orleans, La, 'Moss Poinl Kappa Delia Pig Dixie Mendenhall Bogus Chillo I-Iailieslaurg Meridian Bay Springs New Orleans, La. Tau Chip REWg Inlfer- Frafernily Councilg CIA: NICQ Lilerary Fesfivalg Who's Whog Edifor, Wesfminsler Fellowship. BILLY WAYNE RESTER lnduslrial Arf JERRY ALTON REYNOLDS Geology Varnado, La. Laurel ROSE'MARY RICH, AAA Tupelo Home Economics Dielelics Alpha Lambda Dellag Treasurer, Home Economics Clubg Presidenl, Can- terbury Clubg Kappa Omicron Phig Who's Whog REWg CIA. HENRY HARILOW RICHARDSON Poplarville 'Malh Debale Team: Speech Tournamenlg Youfh Congressg KMEg Presidenf, Ger- man Club. THOMAS A, RICKS, JR.. EKIIE Union Music Educalion Kappa Kappa Psig Band Councilg Secrelaryl Vice-Presidenll, Sigma Phi Epsilong Edilor, Que Pasa. 2 WILLIAM RISHER, HKA Jackson Accounlinq Yellow Jackelg IFCQ Vice-Presidenf, Pi Kappa Alphag CUA. JOSEPHINE WARE ROBBINS, AAA Halliesburg Business Educalio-n Social Chairman, Della Della Della. MARILYN ROBBINS Columbia Elernenlary Educalion CHARLES HARRIS ROBERTSON Clermonl Harbor Religion and Philosophy JERRY W. RODRIGUEZ Biloxi General Science FRED K, ROGERS Collins Commerce RAMONA L. ROGERS Collins Secrelarial Science ANDREW J. ROMANO Viclcsburg Malh and Chemislry Secrelary, Kappa Mu Epsilong Presidenf, Vice-Presidenl, ACSg Newman Club. ALBERT E. ROWELL Heidelberg Accounling and Business Adminislralion .MICKEY ROWLEY Kokomo Music Educalion Treasurer, Mu Phi Epsilon. DANIEL W. RUSSELL Cordova, Ala. Business Adminislralion NANCY RUSSUM Cryslal Springs Elemenlary Educalion ill in . ALVIS B. RUTLAND Ml. Olive Business Adminislralion Vesper Choirg Mississippiansg Choral Union.. MARGIE RUTLAND, 222 l-lalliesburg Secrelarial Science Rush Chairman, Sigma Sigma Sigma. LUCY JEAN SALLEY Clarlcsdale Biology, Chemislry Secrelary, AEDg Hislorian, Tri Befag BSU. 2 KENNETH R. SAMPLES Picayune Business Adminislralion OTIS E. SANFORD Poplarville Business Adminislralion PAUL R. SANFORD l'-lalliesburg Business Adminislralion DONALD A. SARGENT Cordova, Ala. Business Adminisfralion, Economics Pl-llLL'lP J. SCl-lMlDT l-lalliesburg Zoology JOHN J. SCOTT, JR. Lilllelon, Mass. l-lisfory JOY SCRUGGS Greenwood English E. CLIFTON SEALE Glosler Business Adminislralion ERNEST C. SELLERS Richlon Accounling 5 NEWELL B. SELLERS Perlcinslon Marlceling JOSEPH A, SETARO, KIUKT Vicksburg Pledge Presidenf, Scholarship Chairman, Pledgemasler, Phi Kappa Taug Newman Clubg Alpha Epsilon Delray American Chemical Sociefyg Orienfa- lion Commilleeg lnlerfrafernily Council. JACK SEWELL Minler Cify Markeling FIFTY YEARS OF PROGR I FLOYD ALLEN SEYMOUR Halliesburg Psychology CLARENCE M. SHANNON Richlon Malhemalics Kappa Mu Epsilon: Fulure Teachers of America. JOHN DONALD SHANNON, KA Halliesburg Markeling 2 ROBERT S. SHAW Forl Wayne, Ind. Business Adminislralion Pi Sigma Epsilong Psychology Clubg REW. SHIRLEY FAYE SHAW Louisville Clolhing Merchandising Home Economics Club: Relail Merchandising Clubg Wesley, DAVID LEE SHEPPARD Ridgeland Ari' Educalion 3 KENNETH SHEARER Clarksdale Business Adminislralion Foolball Managerg M Club: Sludenf Baseball Coachg Proclor. JACKIE L.SHOEMAKE Brooklyn Malhemalics WILLIAM SHOWS 'Millry, Ala. Business and Accounling Della Sigma Pig Scabbard and Bladeg Dislinguished Mililary Sfudernlg Oulslanding Junior Cadef. 4 CHESTER COBURN SIMS, si!-KT Bay Springs Business Adminisfralion BOBBIE C. SINOLETON Tylerlown Home Economics Educalion Home Economics Clubg BSUg Kappa Omicron Phig Counselorg Dormifory Councilg Pi Tau Chi: Kappa Della Pig Fulure Teachers of Americag REW. BOBBY SKIPPER, HKA Jackson Hislory CHARLES W. SLAY Laurel Business Social Chairman, Assistant Pledge Trainer, Alpha Tau Omegag Della Sigma Pi. BETTY SMITH, AEA Puckell' Inslilulion Managemenl' CAROLYN RUTH SMITH Neely Elemenlary Educalion 22I X SQUTHERN N 'ix wh'-E rl' C5 7 Nh Q 6' XSX BURG xl '51 . ESS lssf AT Msc ez 5 60 ll. ? Sig, XSQUTHERW N to 313 .Gr Km 'Y I'-4 N SRURG MXS :FQ M. 1202 FTY YEARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC so I gg I I CECIL BOB SMITH 'Mafh CURTIS R. S'MITH Speech Correcfion DENNY M. SMITH Chemisfry 2 EDWARD EUGENE SIMITH, HKA Radio and Television FRED JEWEL SMITH Chemisfry and Maih JOHN C. SMITH, JR. Business Adminisfrafion 3 KENNETH R. SMITH Theafre Soufhern Playersg Counselorg BSU Executive LILLIAN J. SMITH Library Science MARY VONCILE SMITH Speech 4 MONA FAYE SMITH Elernenfary Edwcafion MILDRED B. SMITH Eiemenfary Educafion PAUL SMITH HisIory and Economics 5 ROBERT GORDON SMITH, KA W M222 Ar? Kappa Pi. SHERRILL SMITH EIemenIary Educafion WAYNE J. SMITH Educaiion Aibany, Texas Haifiesburg Pefal Fresno. Cal. Pi Sigma EpsiIong Souiherri Broadcasfers. HaIIiesburg Pensacola, Fla. Brookhaven Council, Purvis Brookhaven Laurel Haffiesburg Haffiesburg Mississippi Cify Purvis Bonifay, Fla. JEAN N. SMITHIE Jayess Elemenlary Educalion BSU. WILLIAM CHAPMAN SORY lndianola Accounling Della Sigma Pi. ARNIE J. SOWDEN Haffiesburg Business Adminislralion 2 JAMES L. SPEAKE, JR., KE Hallieslourg Archileclural Dralling Treasurer, Omicron Della Kappa: Grand Masler, Pledge Trainer, Kappa Sigmag Yellow Jackelsg Editor, Campus Direcloryg Business Manager, H60 SOUTHERNERg Bandg CIA: Iofa Lambda Sigmag Scabbard and Blade. JOSEPH LARRY SPEED Markeling ALICE MARIE SPRINGER Business Educafion 3 CHARLES L. STAEHLE Business Adminislralion DAVID L. STAFFOR D Hisfory Yellow Jackefsg Pi Kappa Dellag Forensicsg Debale Cl REW. LORETTA STALLINGS Elemenlary Educalion JOHN W. STANTON, ECIPE Governmenl' C. LAMAR STARKEY lnduslrial Arls ub Soulhern Rifles: Soullvern Generalsg Circle K5 I-Iislorian, CALVIN W. STEGALL Marlcefinq 5 KENNETH J. STEINER, ATS! Physical Educalion PEGGY STEPHENS Home Economics BOBBY C. STEVENS, QKT Geology Collins Purvis Halfiesburg Bufler, Ala. gWesleyg Circle Kp Bogalusa, La. Gulfporl Semmes, Ala. lofa Lambda Sigma. Halliesburg Mobile, Ala. Collinsville Laurel OLIVE JUANITA STEVENS Lucedale Music Educalion WILLIAM K. STEVENS, KZ Collins Business Adminislralion JERRY A. STEWART Tylerlown Business Adminislralion 2 JOHNNY D. STEWART Halliesburg Chemislry and Malh MARY ANN STEWART Brookhaven Sociology Dormifory Councilg Band. MARY O. STEWART, AZ Yazoo Cily Business Adminislralion Counselor, Treasurer, Della Zelag Bandg Presidenl, Secrelary, Tau Bela Sigma. 3 DOROTHY JEAN STOCK, AAA New Orleans, La. ' Sociology Weslminsler Fellowship. C. A, STOJCICH Biloxi Radio and Television Pi Kappa Pi. CAROLYN STOREY Whisller, Ala. l-lislory Wesley, Sludenl Educalion Associalion. LEMUEL STRINGER Mobile, Ala. Business Aclminislralion JANE ANN STRINGFELLOW Lucedale Home Economics Educalion Wll.LlAM ALLEN STROUD, KA Halliesburg 'Physics President, Secrelary, Kappa Alphag Isl Vice-Presidenlf, Sludenl Govern- menf Associaliong Men's Affairs Boarclg REWg Freshman Orienlaliong Physics Socielyg Fencing Clubg IFC. 5 ROYCE EARL SULLIVAN Ml. Olive l-lisfory GERALDINE SWINDOLL Sledge Elemenlary Educalion DOUGLASS SUTHERLAND, AZ Jackson Elemenlary Educalion Wesley, Social Chairman, Della Zelag Dormilory Council. X SOUTHERN of fa ff L. , J'3URG MKS X 3 CQ FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC 1- 5 4? 5 I LUTHER TANNER, JR., fI1KT Moss Poinl Elemenlary Educaiion GEORGE WILLIS TATE, K2 Mobile, Ala. English and Hislory Vice-President, Omicron Della Kappa: Scabbard 81 Bladeg Secretary, Kappa Sigmag C.l.A.g Disfinguished Milifary Sludenlg Canierbury Club: Presi- demi, MSC Gym Clubg Rifle Tearng Vice-Presideni, Fencing Club. THOMAS R. THAMES Fairhope, Ala. Physical Educalion GEORGE J. THERIOT Biloxi Business Adminisfraiion ELAINE THOMAS Union Business Adminislralion MARY GLENN THOMAS Pensacola. Fla. Psychology Psi Club: Pan American Sfudenl' Associaiiong Sailing Culb. JIMMY L. THOMPSON, ATU Mobile. Ala. Business Adminislralion r-louse Manager, Alpha Tau Omegag Senior Senalor, Delia Sigma Pig Yel- low Jackef Group Leaderg l.F.C. Secrefary. NELVA G. THOMPSON Picayune Business Eclucalion JESSE S. THORNTON Lumberfon Business Adminislralion DIM PLE ANN TIDWELL Union Elemenlary Educaiion SEA, BSU. DOUGLAS R. TALBOT, KA Bay Si. Louis Marlceiing DELANEY M. TOUPS, KA Gulfporl' Marlcefinq Social Publicily Chairman, Kappa Alphag Vice-Presidenf, Pi Sigma Epsi- long I.F.C. Represenfafive. JERRY TOWNSEND Meridian Physical Educaiion DONALD R. TRAVIS Purvis Chemisiry MYRALYN TRAWECK Moss Poinl Home Economics Pi Kappa Delia, X SQUTHERN XX if S be 'Wfunc we S Qi. 02 FTY YEARS OF PROGRESS AT MSC 1- 535 fe 5X A'LDlNE TUCKER, QM Magnolia Speech Therapy Freshman Counselor, Treasurer, Phi Mu, Sigma Alpha Eta, Wesley Foun- dation, Fulure Teachers of America, Charm Consullanf. GENEVA TUCKER, E222 Halliesburg Recrealion Vice-President, Sigma Sigma Sigma. FRED TURNER, QIJKT Prichard, Ala, 'Music MARY NELL UPTON Collins Elemenlary Eclucalion JOHN P. UTSEY Gilberlown, Ala. Business Adminislralion CHARLES EDWIN VANDEVEN'DER, JR., ATQ Mobile, Ala. Thealre and Speech House Manager and Pledge Trainer, Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Psi Omega, Hisforian, Soulhern Players, Mississippi Soulherni Summer Sfock. 3 LARRY 6. VALENTINE Meridian Commerce DON VASTERLING Mefairie, La. Geology Geology Club. LAWRENCE WARREN VILLERET, QKT Jackson French and Hislory Yellow Jackefs, Soulhern Generals, C.l.A, Delegale, Debale Team. 4 ELIZABETH WAGNER New Orleans, La. English News Edifor, "S+udenf Prin.lz", Tau Bela Sigma, MSC Concert and March- ing Bands, Liferary Fesfival. ROBERT L, WALLACE Halliesburg Religion and Philosophy BEVERLY KATHARINE WAKELAND. KA Halliesburg Speech Sigma Alpha Eta. 5 JOSEPH V. WALKER Jackson Business Adminislralion CHARLES E. WALL Ulica Thealre Presidenl, Southern Players. THOMAS GARY WALLER Yazoo Cily Personnel Southern Band, Treasurer, Kappa Kappa Psig Membership Chairman, Omicron Della Kappa, Vice-Presidenf, Phi Era Sigma, Yellow Jackel, "Brigadoon" Crew. I I ALVIN WALLS Nafcliez Economics MARTHA EVELYN WALTERS, KA Laurel Marlceling Vice.Presiden'r, Refailing and Merchandising Clubg Panihellenic Repre- sentative, Kappa Delray Newman, Club. MALCOM S. WNRE Biloxi Library Science WILLIAM T'HOMAS WASSON Kosciuslco Business Adminislraiion EDWIN DALE WATERS Blue Springs Accounling JIM WEEDY, KA 'Magnolia Business AcIminisI'raIion ROGER M. WEILL, JR. Biloxi Biolo-gy Band: Kappa Kappa Psi. PAT WEIR Poplarville English GERALD G. WELLS Picayune Business Adminisfralion PEGGY WHISENHANT, AZ Pensacola Elemenfary Educafion JOE DAVIS WIHITE Haffiesburg Biology Bela Bela Beta. MARGARET ANN WHITE Jackson Library Science Newman Club. 5 REX E. WHITE Hanclsboro Mafliemalics CYNTHIA WHITEHEAD Woodville Elernenlary Eclucaiion Kappa Della Pi, Secrelaryg N.E.A. COLLEEN WHITTINGTON Liberly Business Educalion Kappa Delta Pig Pi Omega Pi. I PAUL H. WIGGINS Accounlinq WILLIAM M. WILHELM, ZCIIE Recrealion M-Club, Douglas Hale Sporls Award. WILLIAM A. WILKERSON Biology Bela Bela Bela. 2 SAMUEL I-I. WILKINS, ATQ Business Adminislralion I-IERMAN C. WILLCUTT Psychology S. R. WILLETT. JR. Economics ALLEN WILLIAMS Malhemalics Scabbard and Blade. BARBARA JANE WILLIAMS Business Educalion Wesley Foundation, Dixie Darlings, 3, Siclon Rockford. Ill. Benndale Slonewall I-lalliesburq Gullporl Wilmer, Ala. Prichard. Ala. 4. EUGENE E. WILLIAMS New Concord, Ohio Business Adminislralion 4 FLORENCE C. WILLIAMS Arr Eclucalion NORMA ANN WILLIAMS Physical Eclucalion Presidenl, P.E. Club. ROBERT L. WILLIAMS General Science 5 ROGER WILLIAMS Physical Educaiion DIANE WILLIAMSON English Educalion PERCY L. WILLIAMSON Personnel Managemenl Yazoo Cily McComb Wesson Hickory G-ulfporf Grove Hill, Ala. FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS JAMES DALE WlNDlHAM Laurel Business Adminislralion EDDIE WOODRUFF Moss Poinl Geology MARION WOODS Jackson Piano Mu Phi Epsilon, Alumni Secrelaryg Choral Uniiong Wesley Foundation. 2 LUIS E. WOOLCOTT Lima, Peru Business Adminislralion JOHN THOMAS WRlGl-lT, ATS? Monroeville, Ala. Business Adminislralion DON WYSE, HKA Greenville Business Adminislralion Pledge Presidenf, Pi Kappa Alphag Secrelary, Della Sigma Pig Vice-Presi- clenf, Circle Kg lnferfralernify Councilg Soulhern Generals. 3 WILLIAM T. YEARWOOD, KA Hafliesburg Malhemafics and Geology Kappa Mu Epsilong Geology Club. ' MISS, Q' .. 63560 Q ,HIL rf' U' . dk? v -E-is-43- Q J' O ,PPI . 3919 149 X SQUTHERN "lm ': 'Ei' JBURG wy5 AT MSC "How corny can you gef??" 33: .- ii? QA ,. 4- fl fig? l A li , div. 3 QW. '.fS'2f'f xii if 0 3 .4 Q ii ll Q. 322 JU IOR CLASS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Ie9Ff fo righf: Marvin Oglesby, Presidenig Edgar Hughes, Vice-Presidenh BeHy Ann Wren, Treasurer: Sarah Smifh, Secrefary JUNIOR CLASS FAVORITES: Edgar Hughes and MIIIy Ball OFFICERS AND FAVORITES .IUN CALVIN AARONS WALTER K. ADAMS ROBERT S. ADCOCK. GIIKT HOWARD 6. ADKINS 2 OLIVER AINSWORTH. JR. ALLEN ANDERSON. ATG NETTIE ASHLEY RICHARD E. ASSAF, ATQ 3 VICKI AVERA JERRY THOMAS BAILEY, KE MILDRED BALL, KA JIM S. BARNES 4 ROBERT F. BARNETT NELDA GENE BARRETT ANN BARRINEAU PATRICIA BASDEN 5 GLENDA JEANNE BASS GENEVA BATTE BODIE J. BEARD, IIKA CLINTON A. BEASLEY 6 CAROLE BEIESON SUE A. BEESON, .AZ KENNETH A. BEOUBAY, KA H. EARL BERNHARDT. ATIQ 7 ATWOOD BERRY JOHN CLARK BERRY FRED R. BEVERLY ALICE BLAILO'CK 8 MARY LOU BLOUNT MARTHA BLUE JACK A. BOCOT JOHN D. BODDEN I O R S Brooklyn. N.Y. Meridian Prichard, Ala. Philadelphia Braxlon Kiesler, Minn. Bay Springs Halliesburg Moss Poinl Laurel Elizabeth Cily, N.C. N Hafliesburg Newlon Purvis Pensacola, Fla. Hunlsville, Ala. Poplarville Ml. Olive Halliesburg Sumrall Long Beach Long Beach ew Orleans, La. I-lalliesburg Waynesboro Gullporl New Orleans. La. Yazoo Cily Gillsburg Laurel Tylerfown Mobile, Ala. JUNIORS SUZANNE BOGGESS, KA EDWARD L. BOND LlNDA JEAN BOND JOHNNIE MAC BOOKER 2 THOMAS B. BOREN DEMPSEY D. BOUNDS. JR. GILES BOUNDS JEANETTE BOUNDS 3 LELIA L. BOURDIN JAMES C. BOURNE JOE J. BRADLEY, ECDE LARRY EUGENE BRADLEY 4 LOU BRADSHAW MARGARET CELESTE BRANNAN ROBERT DARRYL BRECKENRIDG VICKY D. BRECKENRIDGE 5 LAVETTA BRELAND ELIZABETH POLK BRINSON BETTY BROADFOOT, 1PM REX BROADHEAD, KA .6 NORMA M. BROADUS JO ANNE F. BROCKHOFF JOSEPH E. BROCKHOFF, JR. JOHN C. BROOME, JR. 7 MTTZI BROWN MEADETTE BRUMFIELD LAWRENCE BRUN MACK BRYANT 8 DORIS E. BUCHANAN GEORGE W. BULLOCK GLYNDA JOYCE BULLOCK JANE ANN BURFORD, AZ E, KA Macon Gulfporl Fruilland Park Meridian Halliesburg Lumberfon Newlon Gulfporl Ha ss Clirislia n Oalcvale Pascagoula Sumrall Jackson Lucedale l-lalliesburg Philadelphia Brooklyn Prenliss Jackson Mendenhall Biloxi Hafliesburg Hafliesburg Raymond Pa scagoula Tylerlown Lumberlon Mize Laurel Biloxi Basslield Hafliesburg JUNIORS RALPH DALLAS BURNS, JR. JANE BURT, EEE JERRY BURT NANCY BURT 2 MARION ANNE BUSBY, AEA CHARLES R. BUSH MELBA BUTTS FRANCES CAILLOUET 3 PEGGY CALCOTE WARD CALHOUN ANNE CAMPBELL, KA DICK CAMPBELL, KE 4 JOHN DURWOOD CANEY GLYNN CARNEY JI'M CARNEY, ATS? GEORGE L. CARR, JR. 5 MARY NELL CARRUTH, AEA WILLIAM H. CARSON, JR. MARTHA F. CARTER ENRIOUE CASTELLANO 6 NORMAN WAYNE CATLEDGE DAVID G. CHAFFIN FRANK CHAPPELL RALP'H P. CHERRY 7 CAROL F. CIECHALSKI JOSEPH A. CIFOLER ROY GARLAND CLARK JAMES W. CLEVELAND 8 MARGARET ANN CLINTON JASPER DILLARD CLOCH CAREY W. CLOY JOHN F. CLOY Jackson Oakland Columbia Ouilman Waynesboro Laurel Porf Sf. Joe, Fla. Breenville Brookhaven Meridian Nalclrnez Griffin, Ga. Magee Toxey, Ala. I-Iaffiesburg Hafliesburg Sumrall Iuka Laurel Lima, Peru Halliesburg Woodville McComb DeKalb Piffsburglw. Pa. Bogalusa, La, Laurel Jackson Jackson MI. Olive Meridian Nalclwez CHARLES COCHRAN W. RALPH COCHRAN, fIPKT JA'M ES H. CO'LEY RUBY LANE COGGINS 2 DAVID W. COKER DANIEL CLARK COOK WILLIA'M D. COOK ALTON WAYNE COOPER 3 BARBARA CORBY ERICH CORLEY KAY VIVIAN COTHERN NAN'CY CAUGHMAN, KA 4 THOMAS EARL CORRINGTON WOODY COWART VERA SUE COX JANE ELLEN CRABD'REE 5 JIM CRAWFORD JOSEPH H. CREWS, JR. LYNNDA CULPEPPER, KA KAY DANIEL 6 W. PAUL DANIELS KATHLEEN DANKERT, KA MARILYN DARBY, AIAA C. E. DAVIDSON, KA 7 ARTHUR 6. DAVIS JULIAN D. DAVIS KERNEY MARTIN DAVIS LEWIS F. DAVIS 8 THOMAS W, DAVIS WALTER M. DAVIS JAMES WILLIAM DEAS DOROTHY JEAN DEES Brooklyn Wiggins Mobile. Ala. Tampa, Fla. Magee Sunny Soullm, Ala. Heidelberg Tylerfown Riclwlon Moss Poinl Gulfporf Magee Bailey Biloxi Brandon Mendenhall Prichard, Ala. McComb Macon Greenville Hafliesburg Chicago, III. Hafliesburg Birminglnam, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Sumrall Laurel Columbia Bayou La Bafre, Ala. Beaumont Purvis Grand Bay, Ala. TOMMY DENIMAN ROGER DENNIS VIC DICKEIRSON DOROTHY DICKINSON 2 TO'M B. DICKSON, IIKA BECKY DABBS, KA THOMAS F. DILLON, KA JACKIE DODSON 3 RICHARD DOIRON, IIKA JOHN LEONARD DONNELLY, BOB DORSEY DENNIS L. EASLEY, JR. JOHN BENNETT EASTERLING WILLIAM EASTERLING PHIL ECKLES MARGARET ANN EDWARDS 5 MAUREEN EICHELBERGER, AEA ANNIE SUE EITEL JOHN THOMAS ELFER. JR.. BETTY JEAN ELIAS 6 JAMES ELLIS JOHN WILSON ELLIS WAYNE T. ELLIS EMILY ENGLAND, X52 7 BOBBY E. EXUM JOE PRICE EVERETT MADELYN EVERETT. KA ROBERT C. ERVIN 8 MAE ETHEL FALL LYNNE FARRELL, CPM JAMES G. FERGUSON. BARBARA FELDER A TQ Brookhaven Jackson MencIenI1aII Haffiesburg Jackson Sanaforium TyIerfo'wn Harperville Greenwood JR., ATQ Mobile, Ala. I-Iaffiesburg Haffiesburg Richfon McLain Greenwood Meridian Morfon Bogue Chiifo IIKA S+. Rose, La. Gulfporf Nafchez Vicksburg Nafchez Corinih Marianna, Fla. Magee Magee Jackson EIIisviIIe Moss Poinf Sharon, Iowa Magnolia WILLIAM R. FILLINGANE DONALD N. FLETCHER TIM FOLEY, K2 ZELMA A. FORBES 2 MARTHA FORD. QM B. CATHERINE FRANKE J'IM'MY FRANK FUHR'MAN, CPM R. G. GABBERT 3 WINFRED GARNER, ATG WILLIAM SONNY GASTON JRCOUELINE GAY, KA JOANNA GEORGE JAMES NEIL GOFF TINA GIANI BETTY GRAFTON DAVID P. GRAHAM 5 ELWYN D. GRAHAM BURT GRANTHAM ADIEN L. GRAVES. JR. BRENDA GREENE, QM 6 NAN FRANCES GREER SHIRLEY FAY GRIFFIN CHARLES A. GLOVER, JR. JERRY E. GOODMAN, ATQ 7 JAMES GRAYSON MINNIE CATHRYN GREER RONALD LEE GROVES GILBEIRT GRUBBS 8 JERRY GUNTER STANFORD GWIN ELIZABETH NELLE HAIRSTON JOYCE HALAT Halliesburg Oneonfa, N.Y. Clarlxsdale New Orleans, La. Jennings, La. Gulfporl Pensacola, Fla. Balesville Magee Mobile, Ala. Ha++iesburg Hafliesburg Ocean Springs Pass Chrislian Laurel Richfon Haffiesburg McLaurin Seminary Picayune Bogue Cl'1i+'ro Meridian Tampa, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Mize Poplarville Biloxi Tylerlown Greenville Knoxville, Tenn. Meridian Biloxi IDA RUTH HAIMMONS CHARLES G. HAND DONAVER P. I-IANNA ISABEL HANSBROUGH, X9 2 BOB HARDWICK, ATS? DAVID HARRIS JACK DARREL HARRIS JUDY HARRISON, AAA 3 MARY ALICE HARRISON HELEN HARROD, X9 H. GERALD HART MARY ANN HAYS, X9 4 CHARLES S. HEAD JO'HN HAROLD HEIDER AGNES HEILSKOV, EEZ BARBARA JEAN HEMETER 5 CAROLYN HENDERSON EMMA RUTH HENDERSON ROBERT HERMETZ GEOFFREY S. HICKS, ATR 6 PAUL HIGHSTREET MARY ELLEN HILDERBRAND ADDISON JERRY HILLIARD BILLY E. HILLMAN 7 CARROLL HODGES, AAA JAMES R. HOFFMANN, K2 MARION DALE HOLDER HILDA HOLIFIELD 8 FRANK CARROLL HOLLOWAY LAWRENCE WALKER HOLLIDAY J. L. HOLT WILLY FRANK HOUSE Pascagoula DeKalb Ellisville Mandeville, La. Hagerslown, III. Ocean Springs Summll Chaflanooqa, Tenn. Raleigh Long Beach Bogue Chiffo Philadelphia Jaclcson Haffiesburg Hamplon, Iowa Beaumonf Richfon Richion Foley, Ala. Jackson Bassfield Wiggins Tylerlown Leaksville Yazoo Cily Wheeling, Ill. Laurel Laurel Basslield Poplarville Haffiesburg Housfon HARVEY KEITH HUDSON LINDA WARD HUDSON JAMES H. HUGGINS EDGAR A. HUGHES, KA 2 HOWARD HUGHES GEORGE HULTZ JANE HURD JAMES M. iifwis, mm BILLY iw JOHNNY JACKSON JANELLE JAMES AARON JUAN JOHNSTON 4 FLORENCE JUDY JOHNSTON ALTON J. JOHNSON MARVIN M. JOHNSON PATRICIA JOHNSON 5 BURNICE L. JONES, JR., KE MARY E. JONES THOMAS MORENO JONES ANITA JORDAN 6 DAVID KAHLSTORF, KE Ml'RIAM KAHN, XII EDWARD H. KANE JOE EDD KEA 7 CHARLES C. KENDRICK ABBY KENT, KA JAMES P. KELLY, K2 PATRICK W. KELLY, KE 8 ELLEN SUE KEITH, AEA ARTHUR F. KERSH, KE R. C. KERSH VIRIGINIA KIRKLAND Louisville Louisville Waynesboro Long Beach Collins Grand Bay. Ala. Pascagoula New Orleans, La. Jaclcson Nafclwez Gulfporf McComb Bay Springs Kosciuslco Plafeau, Ala. Purvis Taylorsville Gulfporl Biloxi Laurel Greenville Nafchez Weslon, W. Va. Carfhage Columbia Hammond, La. Sena Winler Parlc, Fla. Harliesburq Laurel Biloxi Poplarville WAYNE MANNING KNABB THOMAS C. KNIG'HT BILLY KOSKI, HKT WANDA KOSKI, AZ 2 JOHN O. LAMBERT, K2 FRANK LOUIS LaROSA JORGE LASSUS BARBARA LAWRENCE 3 WAYNE LECKICH ELIZABETH LEE, X12 LINDA LEE, AEA LINDA JOAN LEE 4 SHIRLEY ANN LEE WANDA ANN LEE, EEE EUGENE W. LEWIS JACK A. LIEDKE, HKA 5 WM. THEODORE LIGHTSEY RALPH E. LIKINS ROBERT N. LINDENBORN, ATU JOEY LIPSCOMB, JR.. K2 6 MARY BETH LOFTIN JOE LONG, IIKT GAYLE LONGBINE BARBARA ANN LOTT 7 CHARLOTTE LOTT JAMES E. LOTT, ATX? JERRY V, LOTT CHARLES R. LOWD. JR. 8 ELLEN SUE LUCAS MARGARET LUCAS, Am MARY EDITH 'LUCAS JUDITH LUKE, KA Na'rchez Jackson Kreole Nafchez Nafchez GUIfporI Lima, Peru Ocean Springs Biloxi Jackson Jackson AIIan+a, Ga. Foxworfh Lurnberfon Rose Hill Miami, FIa. Sandersville BiIoxi Pensacola, FIa. Jackson Bassfield Waynesboro Biloxi Seminary Picayune Pensacola, Fla. Haffiesburg Biloxi Mendenhall SIa+e Line Quifman Union PERCY MAPLES ANNA MJMARSHALL HOWARD MASON., am JAMES D. MASON, JR., 24112 2 JO MASON DONALD MAY FLORA MAY, KA PAT MAYS 3 MARY EVA McARN LEWIS WHIT McCALL, KA JAMES ALVIN McCORMICK INA Mc.CRIMMON 4 WILLIAM MCCUTCHEON, JR. CHARLES MCCRORY, KA ROBERT McDUFFIE CECIL MCILWAIN, JR. 5 JAMES EDWIN MCINNIS, K2 MILTON C. McKAY. QKT ROBERT TOY MCLAUGHLIN, K2 ANDIN C. MCLEOD, JR. 6 GLEN RAY MOMAHAN GLORIA MCMULLAN BETTY MCMURCHY, EEE JOHN C. MCNEIL, JR. 7 JOY Mc-RAE, SIAM EMILY W. MEYER, AZ THOMAS L. MILFORD. JR. EDITH ANN MILLER 8 JAMES A. MILLER, KA JOHN B. MILLS ROBERT T. MILLS MARVIN EARL MONETTE Perkinslon Hafliesburg Waynesboro Safsuma, Ala. Hafliesburg Mendenhall Jackson Moss Poinl Kokomo Magee McComb Robbins, N.C. Haifiesburg Halfiesbu rg Moselle Waynesboro Hafiiesburg Hafiiesburg Dublin Leakesville Halliesburg Decafur Jackson Nalchez Meridian Mobile Mobile. Ala. Lauderdale Wiggins Mobile, Ala. Moss Poinf Meridian I NOEL MONSOUR MARY LOYD MOON EYHAM ALICE G. MOORE DONALD EARL MOORE 2 Juuus MOORE F. D. MO'RAN CHARLES R. MOSEBY ETHELDA MOSER 3 LINDA MOSER NORMA MOSER BILL MOULDER MAX B. MULLINS 4 , REBECCA MURPHY JOANN MURRAY JEAN ELLEN MYATT, AEA WILMA LOUISE MYERS 5 JAMES A. MYRICK JOHN M. NASH WILLIAM N. NELSON, IIKA SIDNEY RAY NESTER 6 WILLIAM NETTLES BENJA'MIN 6. NEWMAN, WILLARD M. NEWMAN DONALD E. NOBLES 7 BENNIE NOEL ROY NORMAN BOBBY L. ODOM, ATQ MARVIN R. OG-LESBY, KE PATRICIA OGLESBY, AZ MARIE O'NEAL GENE OVERSTIREET EVELYN V, PARKER Vicksburg Union Springs, Ala. En+erprise, Ala. Meridian Enferprise Biloxi EIIisviIIe Moorhead Iuka Iuka Foresf Haiffiesburg Parchman Pascagoula Purvis Haffiesburg Richfon Haffiesburg Jackson Decafur Monroeville, Ala. Nafchez Biloxi Ellisville Fores+ HazIeI'1urs+ Mobile, Ala. Columbus Haffiesburg Oulfporf Waynesboro Ouifman JOSEPH M. PABST JAMES A. PACE, KA JERRY L. PADGETT ANDERSON LEE PALMER. IIKA 2 JIMMY L. PARKS CECIL H. P'ARMER,41KT JAMES PARRISH JACK MADISON PATCH 3 BETTY R. PATTERSON, EEE BETTY PAYNE EDWIN LEE PERKINS GLEN E. PERRY 4 WILLIAM F. PERRY EDWARD ANTHONY PETRO, JR., ATS! MARGARET PEYTON CARYLEE ANN PHILLIPPI, AEA 5 LLOYD PHILLIPS SANDRA JOHNSON PHILLIPS, AEA JANE LYN PIERCE, AZ Rl-IEN W. PIERCE 6 WILDA PIGOTT HOLLY A. PINER AUDREY PITTMAN DONALD PITTMAN 7 BETTY PLUNKETT JEFFERY LYNN POGUE, KA PEGGY E. POOLE KENNETH POUNCEY 8 HENRY W. POWERS, JR. WILLIAM A. POWE, III, KA LINDA PRATT CAROL F. PRICE Ocean Springs Pensacola, Fla. Saraland, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Hafliesburg Prichard, Ala. Laurel Lumberlon Mendenhall Edinburg Mobile, Ala. Hafliesburg Eupora Leland Raymond Halliesburq Sea rsboro, Iowa Halfiesburg Mobile, Ala. Meridian Tylerlown Columbia Jayess Ml. Olive Gulfporf Laurel Poplarville Enlerprise Shubufa Purvis Wiggins Philadelphia DANIEL KENNETH PRINCE EARL D. PUGH, KE PATTI JUNE PURVIS BLANCHE RANKIN MARSHALL RAY MELVIN RAY CAROLINE READY LOUISE READY 3 SHIRLEY M. REAVES ANNA BETH REEVES GRACE V. REEVES LARRY REEVES 4 DAVID C. REGGETT MIGONNE RENFROE THOMAS L, REYNOLDS BARBARA RICKETTS 5 VE'R'NA LEE RILEY JOE L. RIVERS BETTY JO ROBERTSON, AEA GENE J. ROGERS, Zfbli 6 JANICE ROGERS, fbll LEWIS F. ROGERS MICHAEL R. ROMANO LANCE E. ROOKER, KE 7 BERTHA ROPER MARIE ROSS EMILY RUSS LINDA RUSSELL, AAA 8 BILLIE JEAN RUTLEDGE CLAYTON N. RYAN, ATS? ALLEN A. SANDOZ GERALD B. SARVER Forf Slonewall Gulfpori Haffieslourg Myrfle Point Ore. Pickens Farmlwaven Walfon Beach, Fla. Biloxi Pefal Moorhead M cCor'nb Decafur Brookhaven Mon+icelIo Iuka Meridian Laurel Ocean Springs Pascagoula Pass Clirislian Jackson Meridian Biloxi Laurel Moss Poinf Roxie Picayune Halliesburg Brookhawen Irvingfon, Ala. Biloxi Searsboro, Iowa GLORIA SAUNDERS. AAA CELESTE SAVELL DOROTHY JEAN SCNRBROUGH HARRY K. SCHIAVONE, ATS? 2 SCOTTIE SCHWARZ JOHN S. SCOTT JO'HN SEBURN OLIVIA M. SEKUL 3 MILLIE PAULINE SEXTON MERRELL SEYMOUR BERNARD R. SHAMP STANLEY SHANNON 4 CHARLES S. SHAW, IIKA LYNN SHELTON HENRY M. SHOEMAKER MATTIE SHOEMAKER 5 C. H. SHOWS LARRY CLINTON SIDEBOTTOM KAY R. SIMON E. ALLEN SIMONS, JR. 6 SAM sims ROY A. SINQUEFIELD RuFus E. SISTRUNK ANN SIQREST 7 JOHN R. SKRMETTA WILLIAM SLAY, lll FRANCES L. SMITH HARRY DURWOOD SMITH 8 JAMES LYNN SMITH JOHN SMITH PEGGY J. SMITH SNRAH SMITH, AAA Morlon 'Philadelphia Panama Cily, Fla. Arlinqlon, Va. Greenville Ilia Bena Purvis Biloxi Moselle Biloxi Hafliesburg Meridian Prichard. Ala. Laurel Mendenhall Mendenhall Ovell' Meridian Biloxi I-lalliesburg Kosciuslco Poplarville Purvis Harperville Biloxi Biloxi Laurel Nalchez Columbia Brookhaven Bay SI. Louis Jackson SARA MARGARET SMITH, XI!! SUE C. SMITH THOMAS HUNTER SMITH, III, 21111 TOMMY J. SMITH, IIKA 2 MARGERY SOUTHWOOD SYLVIA SPEIGHTS SAMUEL N. SPENCER JOHN R. SPITCHLEY 3 BARBARA ANN STEELMAN, QM TED STEINRUCKEN MARCUS A. STENNETT, KE ANITA STEPHENS 4 PETE STEGENGA PATTY STEVENS, AAA ROBERT L. STEVENS DELORES STEVERSON 5 FINLEY STEWART EVELYN ANN STONE, E222 HUEY G. STONE NICKOLAS M. STRATAS 6 JOYCE STRICKLER CHARLOTTE STRINGER MICHAEL D. SULLIVAN, KE NANCY SUMRALL 7 SANDRA S. SUMRALL JAMES H. SUTHERLAND, JR. MARGARET SYLVESTER JOYCE TALLY,1i2M 8 WILLIAM J. TARVER BILLY EUGENE TAYLOR ANN CAROLYN TEE, KA CATHERINE DODD TEMPLE. AAA Raymond LeaIcesviIIe Mon+iceIIo Jackson Miami Springs, Fla. Bassfield Porf Gibson HazIeI1ursI Ocean Springs Jackson HaII'iesburg Bailey Pass Chrisiian LouisviIIe Laurel Jackson Albion, III. LaureI Foresf Warringfon, Fla. Pascagoula CoIumbia Haffiesburg Eranklinfon, La. EIIisvIIIe Canfon Jackson HaI+iesburg Nafchez Fernwood Haffiesburg I-IaIIiesburg FRANK RICHARD TENERALLI HARRY T. THETFORD JAMES H. C. THOMAS, JR., KEN RUTH THOMSEN, E22 2 HENRY L. TILLMAN JOSEIPH EUGENE TINNON MARY TOLAR MARY JANE TONEY 3 WILLIAM C. TOUCHSTONE, K2 HAROLD J. TREADWAY, JR. DONALD WAYNE TROTTER VIRGINIA B. TUCKER 4 MARY ANN TOUCHSTONE TUC SHARON TUFTE JACK H. TUGGLE WAYNE TULLOS 5 JOHN D. UPCHURCH, ATQ HOWAIRD E. UPTON RONALD D. VAN ELIZABETH VANN 6 MARTHA ANN VANN, AAA MARGARET VAUGHN BERT L. VIGNES ANNIE MARY WALKER 7 MONA WALL, KA SYLVIA ANN WALL RUTH WALLACE Q WILLIAM REX WALTMAN 8 JOHANNA WAMBLE, X9 CHAILLE MARIE WARD, AEA ELDRED L. WARD, AEII CARY A. WARREN KER New Brunswick, N.J. I Paffison Haifiesburg Des Moines, Iowa Pascagoula EIIisviIIe Sa ndy Hook Kokomo HaI'+iesburg New Orleans, La. Jackson Haifiesburg Laurel Miss. Cify I-Iaffiesburg Raleigh Rsleagh, Nc. Bay springs Macomb cmonelle, Ala. I-Ia'rIiesburq Gulfporf Meridian Waynesboro Meridian Newfon Biloxi Hurley Jackson Cifronelle, AIa. Mobile, AIa. Handsboro PATSY WARREN WILLIAM H. WARREN, KA CAROLYN ANN WATKINS, AZ SYLVIA ANN WATSON 2 W. FREIHERR VON WATTER ALLISTON S. WAYNE CAROLYN WELLBORN, AAA MARTHA ELLEN WELSH, AEA 3 CLIFF WEST LINDSEY GEORGE WHITE JOHN V. WHITT FRANCES SUE WILCOX, QM 4 JIMMY L. WILKERSON RALPH WILKERSON, ATQ BERT H. WILKES BILLY WILLIAMS 5 DON Q. WILLIAMS, ATO DORIS IMOGENE WILLIAMS JOHN TI-IOMAS WILLIAMS PERRY EDWARD WILLIAMS 6 ROBERT F. WILLIAMS JEANETTE WILLIAMSON NANCY ANN WILSON, AZ JIMMY R. WILSON 7 BILLY FRANK WILTSHIRE JIMMIE A. WITHERS KIRBY E. WOOTON, EIPE BETTYE ANNE W'REN, XQ 8 SUSAN BOND WREN, XO CHARLES S. WRIGHT, K2 JUDY WRIGHT SANDRA PAGE YARBER, AZ DANNY A, YOUNG Puclceff Pensa cola, Fla. 'Jackson Meridian Cologne, Germany Bay Sf. Louis Haffiesburg Haffiesburg Enferprise Laurel Nalclwez Carllwage Foresf Biloxi Picayune Mobile, Ala. Eiqhf Mile, Ala. Waynesboro Newfon Sfonewall Hafliesburg Monficello Biloxi Monficello Wesson Carllwage Jackson Jackson New Orleans, La. Cenfreville Decalur Red Bay, Ala. Halfiesburg SOPHOMORE CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS, le'H Io righl: Bobby Voss, President Pete Hubbell, Vice-President Kiily Carier, Secrefaryp Ginger Garreff, Treasurer. SOPHOMORE CLASS FAVORITES Kay Cowan and Pele Hubbell OFFICERS AND I FAVORITES l FRED RONALD ADAMS DICK AINSWORTH BETTY AKERS BARBARA ALLEN JUDY LUKE ALLEN, XS? 2 ROBERT G. ANCONETANI HENRY R. APARICIO, ATI! SYLVIA APPLEBERRY MARY FRANCES ARTHUR ROSE ASHFORD 3 AMANDA ATKINSON, KA IRIS ANN ATWOOD, 401 JIMMY AYCOCK NORMAN BAGBY A. H. BAILEY 4 JOSEPH N. BAILEY, JR. JOYCE L. BAILEY, X12 FRANK ALLEN BAKER, KE JAMES Y. BAKER, JR., IIKA JAMES MARTIN BARBAREE 5 CAROLYN BARNGARTNER, CPM PAT BARNS RICHARD BARNES GEORGE MICHAEL BARRY, KZ MARILYN BEAN 6 JACK BEARD GILBERT A. BEUDARIO JOSEPH A. BENIGNO BETTY JOY BERRY JOE BERRY 7 JANETH BERRYHILL TRUDIE BILBERRY KAY BISHOP, KA BOBBY JOE BOUNDS BETTY BOYD, AAA 8 CAROLYN BOYD JOHNNY W. BOYD, 'KPKT GEORGE A. BRANTLEY NANCY BRAUNER, CPM ELTON BRELAND Meridian Magee Jackson Pass Chrisfian Coldwafer VineIand, N.J. Tampa, FIa. McGeI1ee, Ark. Carfhage GuIfpor+ Haffiesburg Lurnberfon Haffiesburg Haffiesburg Foresf MabiIe, AIa. Meridian IIIa Bena Jackson Union Springs, AIa. Jackson He'II1, Ark. Rye, N.Y. Grofon, N.Y, FI. WaIIon Beach, Fla. Rolling Fork Managua, Nicaragua Pass Chrisfian Jackson Jackson Cenfreville Haffiesburg Laurel Biloxi Birmingham, Ala. MobiIe, AIa. Prichard, AIa. Sebasfopol Mefairie, La. Ha+Iiesburg MARY BRELAND, QM FRED C. BROCK, JR. JOHN BROCK BYRON L. BROUSSAUD, KA LARRY BROUSSARD 2 MYRTLE LOU B'ROWN NANCY BROWN, KA RUBY ADELL BROWN, AEA THERMAN HAROLD BRYANT BRENDA BURCH, 2-EE 3 MARGO BURGE EVA BURKE, EEE JOHNNY C. BURNETTE, ATQ MARY ELIZABETH BURNS LEXINIE BURRIS, 'IPM 4 BECKY BUTTLES, EEE CAROLYN CALDWELL, Xi! L. JEANETTE CAMPBELL SANDRA CARLISLE SHIRLEY CARRE 5 KITTY CARTER, AEA JAMES LAWRENCE CARTY JAMES E. CASALE, ATISZ TANEY CASEY, CDM GLENDA C'HATHAM 6 SANDRA CHESTNALVICK BUENAVENTURA CHICO JANETTE CLARK, AZ TONI CLARK SANDRA CLOUD, AEA 7 FLETCHER COKER, KA JO-HN CALVIN COKER CHARLES A. COLE CAROLE COLEMAN, AAA ALLEN K. COLLINS 8 JACKIE COLLINS, IIKA M,A'RY LINDA CONOLLY GARY COOK WALLACE E. COPELAND, ATIQ BARBARA COOPER Prichard, Ala. Mobile, Ala. McComb Gulfpor+ Fores+ Bogalusa, La. Fairhope, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Newfon Hafliesburg Nafchez Jackson Madison, Fla. Jackson Smilhdale Ha+fiesburg Gulfporl Collins Biloxi Jackson Haffiesburg Calhoun Cify Birmingham, Ala. Saraland, Ala. Rosehill Mobile, Ala. Madrid, Spain luka Waynesboro Pensacola, Fla. Canfon New Orleans, La. Haffiesburg Mobile, Ala. Red Bank, N.J. Jackson Haffiesburg Sumrall Mobile, Ala. Jackson JAMES WILLIAM COOPER FRED COPLEY, KE MARY LU CORBAN DON COSTON, IIKA MARY S. COUGLE 2 KAY COWAN, KA LAR'RY E. CO'WART ALMA JEAN COX, K.A BOBBY A. COX ANNETTE CRAFT FRANCES CRAIG JANICE CRAIN, QM HARLON CRIMM BRUCE C'RISWELL LAMAR CRISWELL 4 ERNEST CROPP SHEILA ANN CUEVAS, EEE VINCENT C. CURRIE, JR., KA JOE R. DANIEL LUCY LINDA DAVIDSON, EEE 5 EVA JO DAVIS JAMES E. DAVIS, fIPKT JUDY DAVIS, KA MARGARET DAVIS WILLIAM G, DAVIS JENNY DE BARDELABEN NORMA DENT ROBERT J. DIECKMAN WILLIAM J. DO'HERTY MANDY DONOHUE 7 JETT DORSETT ELIZABETH A, DOWNEY THOMAS W. DOW GEORGE T. DOWREY, JR. BILL DOYLE 8 JIM DOYLE, ATU THOMAS DREZEK, JR. DELIA DURST CHARLES H. EASOM WENDY EATHERLY, AZ Greenville Fr. Lauderdale, Fla. Pefal Jackson Mobile, Ala. Greenville Pascagoula Haifiesburg Gulfpori Magee Pefal Laurel Foresl Jackson Pascaqoula Chickasaw, Ala. Pascagoula Pensacola, Fla. Sumrall Carflwage Lumberlon Halfiesburg Columbia Pensacola, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Welumpka, Ala. Newlon Pensacola, Fla. l-lalfiesburg Margarifa, Canal Zone Lucedale Prichard, Ala. Picayune Halfiesburg Porl Gibson Greenville I-lalliesburg Vicksburg Jackson Mobile, Ala. MARIE EDDINS DANIEL G. ELLIS ROSEMARY ELLIS MARVIN ELLIOTT, KE CARLOS BYRON ELMORE, 24115 2 WILBERT ENSENAT, EfIwE TOMMY ESTES JUDITH LYNN EVANS PAUL EVERETT GEORGE W, EWING 3 NANCY FIFE, XIQ BARBARA ERLE FAGAN, KA DALE FALLO JAMES T. FARR LIONEL E. FARRIS, IIKA 4 MARSHALL J. FAYARD DICKIE SUE FELDER GAIL FINLAY, AAA JOE FITZGERALD TOMMY FLEMING 5 FLOYD F, FLOWERS MERRILL FLOWERS, AAA TERRELL FOREHAND KENNETH FORTE, IIKA EDWARD FORTENBERRY 6 WILLIAM L. FOX, 1irKT BUDDY FRISHMAN GINGER GARRETT, AAA LARRY GARTMAN JEAN GATES 7 DINAH GATTI, AZ LILLIAN GAYDEN, AAA CHARLOTTE V. GENTRY, AEA CHARLES GERALD LINDA GILMORE 8 MILDRED JOYCE GILES SANDRA SUE GILES LINDA GOBER JUDY GOFF JUDY GOODGAME Bay Mineife, AIa. New Augusfa Vicksburg Foresf Laurens, S.C. Pass Chrisfian Nafchez I'IaZeII'1ursI' Greenwood Biloxi Gulfporf I-Iaffiesburq BiIoxi Meridian Jackson Biloxi Summif Bay Sf, Louis McComb Laurens, S.C. Iviangum, Okla. Laurel Haffiesburg I-IaIIiesburg CarII'iage Aliquippa, Pa. Porf Gibson I-Iaffiesburg Haffiesburg Oak Ridge, La. Mobile, AIa. Jackson PascagouIa I-Iaffiesburg Jackson Haifiesburg Kosciusko Gulfporr Haffiesburg Laurel GEORGIA LOU GRANBERRY MARY EVELYN GRANBERRY NANCY GRANTHAM MARILEON GRAVELLE, AAA LINDA JOYCE GREENE, CPM 2 DOROTHY JEAN GRIFFIN, X0 JOE GRIFFIN, KA BECKY GREEN. X52 DIANE GREENE MARGARET ANN GUINN 3 BETTY GUNTER cs-AIL OUNTER, KA KEN GULLEDGE, ATS? CARL HAAO. JR. BOBBY O. HADAWAY, nm 4 EARL HALL MARY LOU HALL, XS! PATRICIA HALL, EEE BOB HAM, JB. JOHN c. HAMILTON 5 BILL HAMMETT BOB HANKINS ANN HANNA WILLIAM A. HANSEN, JR. JANET HARDY 6 CAMILLE HARMON GEORGE HARPER ROSE MARIE HARRELSON MARY ELLEN HARROD, EEE HOWARD C. HARTLEY 7 JOHN L. HARVEY LARRY HATTEN SAMMY HAVARD JOHNNY HAYES, fIDKT JEANETTE C, HEBERT 8 BRENDA HENSLEY MARVIN W. HICKS ARTHUR HILL THOMAS H. HILL, KE CORDELIA JO HILLMAN Jackson Jackson Moselle Winnsboro, La. Columbus Pascagoula Meridian Haffiesburg Mobile, Ala. Saralancl, Ala. Agricola Tupelo Jackson Hafliesburg Panama Cily, Fla. Naples, Fla. Jackson Picayune Pascagoula Hurley Monfgomery, Ala. Jackson Nafchez Long Beach Fairburn, Ga.- Moorhead Nafchez FT. Walfon, Fla. Fairlaope, Ala. Lucedale Collins Poplarville Crosby Prichard. Ala. Mobile, Ala. Logansporf, Incl. Leakesville Columbus HaI+iesburg McLain LOCHLYN HINTON GEORGE R. HOLLIDAY, JR. JERRY HOLLIS BOBBIE HOLMES CAROLYN SUE HONEA 2 LINDA HOWELL, AEA PETER HUBBELL, KA SUE I--IUFF BILL H. HUGHES, HKA MICHAEL HUGHES 3 THOMAS I-'IULSEY TALMADGE IRIBY, KA RAY ITURBE ANN ELIZABETH JACKSON, XIQ ALEX JANOWSKI 4 BARBARA WALTON JOHNSON, AAA JOSEPH E. JOHNSON, QKT RUTH MARIE JOHNSTON PAGE JONES, XD WILLIAM C. JONES 5 CAROL JORDAN LINDA KATHERINE JORDAN, AAA JACOUE JOYNER, CDM RONALD C. KEAIRNES ELEANOR KEENAN 6 JAMES H. KEITH, K2 PATSY KELLY JESSE HERRON KENNEDY, JR. JESSE W. KENNEDY BARBARA ANN KEPAR 7 PEGGY KERGOSIEN, X9 JUDIE KIKER, AZ DEENA KING JOE KIRKBY, KA TED KMET 8 JAMES M. LAFFERTY, KE HUGH F. LAMB, KE GAY LAMBERT, QM JAMES M. LANCASTER JULIANNE LANCEFORD I-lafliesburg Laurel Monlgomery, Ala. Tylerlown Liberly I-lalliesburg Biloxi Pela l1alcI1ie Gullporl' Cenlreville Halliesburg Halliesburq Mobile, Ala. Waynesboro Creslview, Fla. Alexander Cily, Ala. Waynesboro Jackson Laurel I-lalliesburg Picayune Columbia New Orleans, La. Forl Wayne. Ind. Rose Hill Jackson Laurel Biloxi I-Ialliesburg Brookhaven Bay Sf. Louis New Orleans, La. Glendora, Calif. Gulfporl Akron, Ohio Gulfporl Mobile, Ala. Nalchez Greenville Laurel FEDERICO A. LANDAETA, 24115 JERRY O. LANDROM BECKY LEE, KA JERRY M. LEE ANN LEOUAY, AZ 2 OEARRON LENAZ MYRNA LENNICX, AZ DONNA LEVERETT, AEA K. P. LEWIS OLLIS LINDSEY 3 O MICHAEL LISENBY JAMES s, LISENBEE CHARLES RAY LIGHTSEY JOHN ALLEN LONG, KA ALICE LANA LORD 4 ALMA CLARICE LOTT, AAA LONNIE W, LOWEIRY ELIZABETH LYON LOUIS LEE LYNCH LINDA CAROL MADDOX 5 MITCHELL MADDOX BEVERLY MALLETTE NORMA JEAN MANLEY RICHARD W. MANLEY, ATQ WILLIAM O. MANNINO 6 BENNY JOE MARDIS, HKA MARTHA MARKLINE, AZ HAROLD E. MARSH, ATQ JAMES W. MARTIN, JR. MARY MARTIN, KA 7 BAIRBARA MATHEWS PATRICIA MAUFFRAY JIM MQBRAYER, ATS! ROBERT CECIL MCCANN, JR. JERRY McCLAIN 8 HARRIET McCLUER W. R. MECULLOUGH WILLIAM A. MCCUTCHEON JUDIEIE McELWEE, X52 BEN Mc6EI-IEE Caracas, Venezuela Picayune Haffiesburg Pascagoula Bogalusa, La. Gulfporf Roberlsdale, Ala. I-lalliesburg I-Iaffiesburg Flora Monfgc-mery, Ala. Cresfview, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Halfiesburg Pefal Gulfporf Pefal Alexander Cily, Ala. Pass Clwrislian Magee Magee Clarksclale Bufler, Ala. Rufla nd, VI. Jackson Jackson Meridian Gulfporf Prichard, Ala. Tylerlown Jackson Picayune Greenville Mendenhall Crosby Jackson Pascagoula Cenferporl, N.Y. Magnolia Jackson NANCY MCGOWAN, AEA ALICE McHENRY DOROTHY JOE McKENZIE NANCY McKIE ROBERT WADE McLAURIN, 2 DOYLE MCLEOD REBECCA MCMAHON LYNDA MADELINE McMlLLAN MARY SUE McNEAL BILLY MCNEIL 3 MARTHA McNEILL CHESTER B. McSWAIN GLENDA F. McSWAIN JOANNA MEADOWS, KA KENNETH MEDLEY 4 JANE MERCIER SARA MERCIER, EEE WILLIAM A. MERTON CAROLYN MILLER JOSEPH H. MILLER 5 F. W, MILLIN6 MARY LOU MITCHELL ANNE BRAY MOO'RE DONALD L. MOORE, K2 HUGH H. MORRIS 6 CORLEY MORSE, KE RICHARD S. MOZIEJKO WILLIAM MURPHY BONNIE MURRAY, 11,11 JUDY NAHRGANG, KA 7 LEONARD NAPIER, JR. MARGARET NASH, AEA ELIZABETH NEELLY, AAA JOHN CLYDE NELSON, JR., IIKA DEXTER C. NETTLES 8 JAMES NEWELL JERRY NEWELL ERNE M. NOBLE CHARLES RAY NORRIS BETSY O'FERRALL, KA Canlon Jackson Bay Springs New Orleans, La. I-lafliesburg Gainesville, Fla. Nalchez Edinburg Halliesburg Tylerfown Laurel Pelal Pefal Hafliesburg Creslview, Fla. Summif Summif Fosforia, Ohio Gulfporf Sallis Jaclcscn Nicholson Elizabefh Cify, N.C. San Anfonio, Tex. Ames, Iowa Halfiesburg Sfeubenville, Ohio New Rochelle, N.Y. Pascagoula Fairhope, Ala. I-lalfiesburg I-Iafliesburg Jackson Hafliesburg Rulh Fairhope, Ala. Fairhope, Ala. Harrisfon Magee Jackson NANCI OFFUTT, AEA ANNETTE OLIVER DORIS O'OUINN PATRICIA ANN OSBURN. QM ROY THOMAS O'SI-IIELDS, KA 2 DOUGLAS PAPPS, ZIIJE LINDA JANE PARKER LYNN PARKER WILL'IAM C. PARKER, JR. DIANE PEA'RCE, KA 3 VERA CRAIG PHELPS, AEA LOWELL E. PHILLIPS, KE RAY C. PHILLIPS, JR., ATQ GUILLERMA PIRA STEPHEN PORCARI, IIKA 4 JOE KENNETH POWERS PATTY Quin, EEE R. LAIRRY RAFFIELD ROBERT A. RATH, :am CHARLIE RAY, KA 5 JOHN E. RAY MARY RAYBORN GERRY READ, KA MILLIETTE B. R-EESE. X9 CLYDE RICH 6 OPAL RICHARDSON SUZANN RICHARDSON JULIA H. RINER NICK RISK BILLY G. ROBERTSON 7 CRAWFORD M. 'ROBINSON HENRY P. ROBSON, KX PEGGY ANN ROGERS GUALBERTO ROJAS HILDA ROSS, EEZ 8 GWEN ROUSE, AEA LINDA JANE RUDDER, EEE LINDA RUDDICK MARION RUFF GEORGE RUNNELS New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Brookhaven Moss Poinf Tupelo Saraland, Ala. Laurel Moselle Prichard, Ala. Jackson Halfiesburg Haffiesburg Ponfoloc Gualemala, C.A. New Egypf, N.J. Meadville Jackson Jackson Massapequa, N.Y. Meridian Meridian Surnrall Picayune Hafliesburg Lumberfon G-ulfporf Ocean Springs Pefal Halfiesburg Sfafe Line Mobile, Ala. Nalchez Brookhaven Caracas, Venezuela Halfiesburg Lucedale Haffieslczurg Jackson Jackson Haffiesburg RICHARD HOOK RUSSELL DORIS FAYE RUTLAND MARV'IN SADOVSKY, IIPKT JOE M. SAEUZ CELIA SARATSOPULOS 2 ETHEL SASSONE KATHY SCHOLTES JOE P. SCHWING BILL M. SCOTT JANE SCOTT 3 BILLY SCRIMPSHIRE ELIZABETH SEAMEN, AEA TOMMY SESSOMS, ATQ HELEN SEVIER ERNEST JOEL SEWELL 4 JOSEPH H. SHARP, 24215 PATSY SHEFFIELD, AAA CAROL SHIRLEY, EEE JULIE SHOWERS ROSEMARY SIMMONS 5 JOHN R. SIMPSON SHERRY SIMS, xo EvELYN SINCLAIR, KA MADELYN SINCLAIR, xn ROBERT H. SLAY, KA 6 BOBBY CAROLYN SMITH EMILY SMITH, KA ETOYAL L. SMITH GEORGE ALEC SMITH, Am JOHN O, SMITH 7 JUAN SMITH, ZQE LYNDA Y. SMITH MYIRALYNN SMITH, X9 PAUL ROY SMITH, JR. SHIRLEY JEAN SMITH 8 GEORGE A. SPENCE GLENN SPILLER DAVID E. STEELE JOHN C. STEVENS DIANA STEWART, X9 Meridian MT. Olive Perrineville, N.J. Maracaibo, Venezuela GreenviIIe Osyka Biloxi Magnolia Haffiesburg LaureI Haffiesburg Pascagoula Rosebord, N.C. Enferprise SaraIancI, Ala. Liberiy Jackson Moss Pcinf Vicksburg Magnolia Housfon Rayville, La. McComb PopIarviIIe Waynesboro Meridian Indianda I'IaI'+iesburg McComb Lucedale Pass Chrisfian Harlan, Ky. New Orleans, La. WLIISIIGF, AIa. Crosby GuIfpOrI Chickasaw, AIa. Purvis I-IaHiesburg Poplarville JOE B, STEWART, Zfbli JOHN M. STEWART CHARLES A. STILL, JR. BILL T, STONE THOMAS D. STONE, CPKT 2 ROBERT J. STONER ARCHIE STRAHAN BERRY ANN STRAIT, AAA JUNE STRING-ER FREDDIE V. STROO 3 BUDDY STUART VIRGINIA STUBBS LOUISE STUCKEY JAMES SUMRALL GAYLE SUTHERLAND, AEA 4 JAMES TAMPLIN JAMES MICHAEL TARANTO RICHARD M. TARBUTTON JACKIE TAYLOR SARA TAYLOR 5 WILLIAM D. TELFAIR PATRICIA TEW HELEN THAMES JAMES ROBERT THAMES KILEY THAMES, KE 6 JAMES LOWELL THOMAS JAMES P. THOMAS JIMMY G, THOMAS LILLIAN THOMAS, QM HARRIETT THOM'PSON 7 CARL A. TOUCHSTONE, KA HAROLD WAYNE TRAYLOR. KA DON L. TRIGG, IIKA BECKY UNDERWOOD, AZ BECKY ULMER 8 KATHERINE FRANCES VANN PHILLIP O. VAUGHAN CAROLYN VAUGHN LINDA E. VIGNES, KA JANIE VINCENT, AAA Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Haffiesburq Gulfporl Keflerinq, Ohio Monroe, Mich. Pelal Lauderdale, Fla. Columbia Haffiesburg Halfiesburq Collins Columbia Hafiiesburg Halliesburg Haffiesburg Pensacola, Fla. Biloxi Bufler, Ala. Gulfporf Greenville Mobile, Ala. Seminary Monticello Jackson Lumloerlon Ea sf M cKeesporf, Pa. Leland New Orleans, La. Newfon Hafiiesburg Laurel Quifman Summerdale, Ala. Columbia Moss Poinf Pascagoula Greenwood Biloxi Haffiesburg SOPHOMORES 'ROBERT C. VOSS, KE NICKEY WAGGONER JAMES DAVID WALDROP JERRY DOUGLAS WALKER S. DIANE WALKER, KA 2 PATTYE SUE WALLEY, AEA EMILY KAYE WALTERS FORREST C. WALTERS WILLIAM ANCE WARREN, KA YVONNE WEEMS MIGNI-IAN WELCH, KA Nafchez Foresf I'-Iaffiesburg Biloxi LaureI I-Iaffiesburg Laurel I-Iaffiesburg Marion JCI., Ala. Winnsbo-ro, La. BogaIusa, La. LARRY L. WEST I-Iafhesburg PI-IYLLIS WHITE Iffa Bene BARBARA WI-IITES LouisviIIe JOHN WIERENGO Picayune 4 GABRFA WILKINS Seminary ELMORE T. WILLIAMS Lucedala GARY WILLIAMS, KA New OrIeans, La. BENNETI-I WILLOUGI-IBY Summif DO'R'IS WILSON Blue Mounfain 5 JO BELLE WILSON, 1ifBI NaI'cI'1ez J. RICHARD WILSON Dunedin. Fla. KAREN WILSON Haffiesburg MARY VIRGINIA WILSON, X9 Laurel SANDRA WISE Merigold 6 JUNE WOOD, AAA Haffiesburg JIM ZAGER McKeespor'r. Pa. JO ANN ZEPPONI CIarIcsdaIe LUIS HADDAD Caracas, Venezuela HAROLD NATIONS Brookhaven "Posfer-PoIi'I'icing" FRESHMAN CLASS WAN 1-UGS Nz M -www ani: FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS, Ieff Io right Morrell Curifis, Presidenfg Ernesf Sylvesfer, Vice-Presidenfg Mary Walker, Secrefaryg Jill Bumsfead, Treasurer. FRESHMEN FAVORITES: Billy Dickson and Bonnie Purvis OFFICERS AND FAVORITES 26l I FRANK ADAMS LONNIE ADAMS NANCY ADDISON, CDM JUDY ADKINS MARY ELIZABETH AKINS 2 BRENDA ALFORD, EEZ CAROL ALLEN, KA JUDY ALLEN LAURA ANGIELA ALLEN. QM BETTY SUE ANDERSON 3 GARY ANDERSON MARGARET ANDERSON VIRGINIA ANDERSON BETTY ANDRESS ROBIN ANTHONY 4 SUE ARMOUR CHARLES ASSAF, ATS? GLEN AULTMAN VIRGINIA LEE AUSTIN, X52 KENNETH AYCOCK 5 MARTHA BAGGETT REBECCA BAILEY KENNETH BALDWIN SHARON BALZLI, KA RICHARD BALIUS 6 MICHAEL GRAHAM BALL, IIKA JERRY J. BARLETTER CONSTANCE BARNES CHAD BATES PATRICIA BATES 7 JANE BATTLET, X0 WILLIE LON BARIA FRANK BELL, KA SAM BELLA PATSY E. BENNETT 8 LINDA BENTLEY, 'PIII LAWRENCE D. BERDON, K2 MARIE BERGESON, E22 CARROL L. BERRY BILL BEXLEY, IIKA 9 MILLER BIGGS BARBARA ANN BILBO ANNETTE BIRD, KA VINCENT BITETTO, EQE PRISCILLA BLACKBU'RN I0 KARON BLACKWELL BARBARA BLAINE, AZ MARTHA BLAIZE, X9 ELIZABETH BLUMER TOMMY BODDEN Andalusia, Ala. Creslview, Fla. McComb Brookhaven A+rnore, Ala. Bogalusa. La. Tupelo Wilmer, Ala. Enlerprise Laurel Jackson Ha++iesburg Jackson Andalusia, Ala. Wesf Poin+ Theodore, Ala. Jackson I-lalfieslourq Biloxi Pelal Jackson Memphis, Tenn. Mounf Olive Mobile, Ala. Biloxi Melairie, La. Biloxi Pascagoula Liberly Nalclwez Jackson Pascagoula Pensacola, Fla. New Orleans, La. Haffiesburg Enlerprise Nalcluez Nafclwez New Hebron Moss Point Peoria Lumberfon Biloxi Brooklyn, N.Y. Laurel Ellisville I-lazellmursl New Orleans, La. I-landsboro Moss Poinr M M I HOWARD BOLTON V ANDREA BOND, EEZ ANITA MARION BOND PATTY BOND DALE C. BOTKIS, KE 2 EDWARD W. BOZEMAN T. R. BRADY, KA PATRICIA ANN BRASHIER BETTE BRASWELL, AZ SYLVIA BRELAN'D LARRY BROOKS, 24115 STIEPHEN BROOKS KATHLEEN BROOM sue BROOM ECHO B. BROWN 4 J. W, BROWN, JR. LAWRENCE BROWN, JR. MARVIN D. BROWN WILLIAM C. BROWN ARNOLD BROWNELL 5 SHIRLEE FAYE BROWNELL. QM EUGENE BROWNING CHARLES BRUMFIELD JEAN J. BRUNEAU GUY W. BRYAN, JR. 6 MARGARET BRYANT KAY BULLARD, AZ JILL BUMSTEAD, E212 ROY WAYNE BURGESS BETTY BURK, X9 7 PAUL C. BURKE LAURA BURKETT RITA BURNHAM, CPM DELORES BURNS, KA HILDA CAROLE BUSH 8 JOHN A. BUTLER STEVE BUTLER F. CARMEN BYRD JACKIE BYRD LORELEI CADWELL 9 PHIL CALHOON SARA CALHOUN DELAINE CALLENDER, XQ DOROTHY JANE CAMERON, X0 ELEANOR CAMPBIELL, KA I0 SARAH ELLEN CAMPBELL JAMES A. CANNON PATRICIA CANTERBURY, AEA CAROLYN CANTON ANN CARR Theodore, Ala. Bogalusa. La. Pascagoula Tylerlown Sclneneclady, N.Y. Greenville Gulfporl Slwubula Isola Wiggins Monroe, La. Climax, Ga. Harliesburg Moss Poinl Halfiesburg Nafcliez Miami, Fla. Pascaqoula Almore. Ala, Greenville Greenville Prichard, Ala. Mississippi Cily Halliesburg Theodore, Ala. Columbus Pensacola, Fla. I-lalliesburg Sllubufa Rayville, La. Maxie Halfiesblirg Canfon Harliesburg Toxey, Ala. Haffiesburg Springfield, Tenn. Pascagoula Mobile, Ala. Fairhope, Ala. Greensburg, Ky. Foresi- Jaclcson Laurel Canlon Cenlreville Greenville Pensacola Halliesbulg Laurel I EDWIN DALE CARSON Biloxi JERRY CARTER, KA Jackson KAYE CARTER, 222 Pascagoula WAYNE J. CARTER Pefal CINDY CASTON Liberly 2 CECELIA CHEEK, KA Tupelo JOHN C. CHILDRESS Jackson JUDITH CAROLE CHISM Jackson CARLA SUE CLARK Brookhaven PEGGY CLARK Falls Church, Va. 3 JOANN CLAYTON Jackson SUSAN CLEMENTS, EEZ Bogalusa, La. HARRIET JO ANN CLEVELAND Summil JIMMY CLINTON Monficello DAVID KEITH COBB Calhoon Cify 4 ROBBIE COCKERHAM, AAA Greenville CHENAULT COCKRELL, ATQ Danville, Ky. JACKI COHRON Ulica ALFRED M. COKE Columbia LINDA COKER Vicksburg 5 VINCENT COLANDREA Edison, N.J. IVA GAYLE COLE Haffiesburg MARY CATHERINE COLLAWN CAROLINE COLLINS, AAA DAVID COLLINS, KA 6 BILLY COLSON, KA JANICE COOPER ROBERT A. COOPER, K2 GERALDINE CORLEY JAN COVELL 7 ALICE COX, QM SHERRY CRAVEY, AAA SARAH CREW JUDY CURTIS, K.A BONNIE JEAN DALE, K.A 8 MARY MARTHA DALE HOWELL GERALD DANIEL MARIE D'ANTONI, EE BETTY DAVIS JAMES R. DAVIS 9 JARRELL DAVIS OTTIS LEE DAVIS JERRY DAY WILLIAM D. DAY TONY DE FRANCO I0 THOMAS J. DENCHY DONALD A. DICK HORACE DICKERSON SARALYN DICK'ERSON LINDA DICKINSON Naples, Fla. Olive Branch Haffiesbu rg Jackson Jackson Conlon Moss Poini Jackson Tunica Waynesboro Hafliesburg Jackson Prenfiss Prenfiss Greenville Nalchez Sumrall Halfiesburg Seminary Gulfporf Hammond, La. I-Iazlehursf Palerson, N. J. Jessup, Pa. Magnolia Brookhaven Waynesboro Mobile, Ala. M I JAMES WILLIAM DICKSON. DOROTHY DILL, QM SYLVIA DOGGETT, AEA JACOUELYN DONAVAN MICHAEL A. DONNELLY, III 2 MARY KAY DOOLITTLE, EEE ROBERT B. DOSSETT CHRISTINE DOWDLE, X9 KEN DOWE, KA LEO DOWLING DONALD WALLACE DRAPEAU, DIANNE DRAUGHN BRENDA EAYE DUNBAR JAMES H. DUNN RAY DUNN, KA 4 SUSAN DUNN, X52 GLYNNIE DYAR ZAIDEE JORDAN DYKES. BRENDA EDDINGS EARL A. EIDT, KE AAA 5 CHARLOTTE ELAM, KA THOMAS JOEL EMBRY CHARLES ENGBARTH LINDA ESCOBEDO H. L. EUBANKS, JR. 6 CHARLENE EZELL, AAA FRED FAGAN, KA LYNDA FAIRLEY, EEZ ANGELO R. FALOSCA BRENDA FARMER, E22 7 BRENDA CORA FELDER DIANE FERGUSON, AAA RON E. FETTERS, KE GORDON FIALA, EKIPE BELINDA FIELDER 8 GEORGIA FILLINGHAM MELANIE ANN FOLEY, KA CATHERINE FORD . WILLIAM A. FORE CAROLYN JO FOREHAND 9 DAVID E. FOSTER LINDA FORTENBERRY MYRON F. FRAILEY, EIPE CYNTHIA FREEMAN LA UNA FULLILOVE IO DIANNE FULTON JAYNE FULTON JOANNE A. FULTON ANN FUNCHESS, AZ DENNIS GANDY KE Pensacola, Fla. Lucedale Hafliesburg Theodore, Ala. Chalmelle, La. Shrevepori, La. I-lafiiesburg Columbus Greenville Kenner, La. 21712 Co-lchesfer, Conn. Pefal Lumberfon Los Angeles, Calif. Philadelphia Hafliesburg I-lailiesburg Nafchez Cify, N. C. Nalchez Tabor I-lafiiesburg Gulfporf Biloxi Halliesburg Ellisville I-lalfiesburg Haiiiesburq Moss Poini Vineland, N.J. Pascaqoula Tylerlown Canlon Des Moines, Iowa Memphis, Tenn. Jackson Fairhope, Ala. Whiliier, Cal. Pascagoula Haliiesburq Greenville Hudson, N.C. Columbia Biloxi Meridian I-lalliesburg Laurel Jennings. La. Mobile Jackson Pascagoula I IRMA GARCIA REGGIE GARDNER CURTIS GARNER CHARLES GATEWOOD TERRY GAUTIER 2 SHARON GEESLIN, AAA MERRY GIEORGE JO ANN GERVASE, AEA PAT GHALSON GREGORY GIANCOLA 3 MARIE GIANI MARSHA GIBBONS TTRIJETTA GIBSON ANITA GILBERT SAMMIE H. GILKEY 4 ROGER GILLMAN JULIUS GILMER LORRAINE GILMORE JAY P. GINSBURG, IIKA CAROLE GOODGAME 5 SANDRA GOODWIN, XD MARTHA GRAHAM MARY J. GRANT ERANC'ES GIRAVES, AAA RAY GRAVES 6 JAMES I. GRAY JUDY GRAYSON ALBERT GREENWALT HARRY GREENWOOD BUDDY G. GREGG MARYLYN GREGORY, X9 JOHN MICHAEL GRESCHUK. HUIRLEY GRIFEING THOMAS GRIFFITH LARRY GUEST 8 DEAN H. GUYNES MASON GWIN G'ERALD C, HAAS EMMITTE HADDOX JAMES M. HALL 9 BETTY HAMILTON CARL B. HAMILTON, KE LAWRENCE HAMILTON MARIE HANSON BOB HARDY, HKA I0 TALMAGE HARPER GERALD HARRISON, ZGIDE DON E. HART KITTY HNRT, XQ JEAN HAVARD Bay Sl. Louis McComb Gulfporl Mississippi Cify Biloxi Panacea, Fla. Hafliesburg Weslern Springs, Ill. Mobile, Ala. Vineland, N.J. Pass Clwrisfian Pascaqoula Kreole Vandleave I-Ialiiesburg Millon, Fla, Walnut Grove Hafliesburg Micldlesboro, Ky. Laurel Picayune Halliesburg Theodore, Ala, Pillman, N.J. Seminary Pascagoula Louin Biloxi Gufporl Jackson I-Iouslon ZIIFE Brooklyn, N.Y. Canlon Columbia Biloxi I-Iazleliursf Grove Hill, Ala. Denver, Colo. Columbia Ruleville Fulfon, Ala. Hafliesburg- Laurel Moss Poinl' Greenville Laurel Halfiesburg Hazlelwursl Union Cily, Tenn. Lucedale M M I LIONEL HEFLIN GORDAN HEIDELBERG EDWARD THOMAS HEINTZ, EIDE MARY HENDERSON BRENDA HICKMAN 2 MACK O. HICKS MARY PEARL HIGHTOWER GAIL HILL, KA G. WILTON HINDS JOEL H. HINSON 3 LINDA KAY HOFF CLIFTON T. HOKE, JR. CARL LEE HOLLINGSWORTH JONATHAN DAVID HORTON JAN E. HOUSLEY 4 CHARLES FRANCES HOWARD JIMMIIE HOWELL JERRY HUDDLESTON BOBBY HUDSON BARBARA JO HUGHES, KA 5 JOHN D. HUMPHREY, JR., KA ANNETTE RUTH INMAN JAMES IVY JAMES 'T. JACKSON LAMAR JACKSON 6 NOELLE JEFFCOAT, AAA FRANCES JEFFREYS JO ANN JENS, 2122 ANITA MARIE JENSON JERRY JOHNSON, KA 7 MARY REBECCA JOHNSON, EEE SUE JOHNSON SUSAN JOHNSON, AZ CAROL JOHNSTON, X9 EDNA MARIE JONES 8 JACOUELYNNE JONES JUDY JONES, 'DM MERLIN K. JONES MIRIAM JONES TERRIELL C. JONES, KE 9 HILDA JORDAN, EEE CAROLYN JOSSEY WALTER. KASER DEE IDIANEI KELLY, KA APRIL KEMPINSHA, EEE I0 MARY KATHERINE KENNEDY, AAA CAROL KESSELL, QM IRIS KING LAURIE KING SHEILA KINNARD, AAA Brandon Jaclcson Joppa, Md. Bay SI. Louis Reform, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Nalchez New Orleans Greenville Tylerfown Gulfporl' Mobile, Ala. Halliesburg Jackson Halliesburg Halliesburg I-lalliesburq Heidelberg Semmes, Ala. McComb Grenada Marks Richlon Halfiesburg Halfiesburg Pass Chrisfian Fayelle Tupelo Slidell, La. Grenada Jaclrson Tylerlown Poplarville Foresl' Tylerlown Tunica Camden, Ala. McComb Meridian Memphis, Tenn. Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Fair Lawn, N.J. Tupelo Nalchez Philadelphia New Yorlc, N.Y. Columbia Memphis, Tenn. Philadelphia I PAUL KIRBY BETTYE JO KNIGHT CHARLOTTE KRASS JUDIE LAMBERSON PATRICIA LAMBERT 2 JOAN LANCASTER WALTER W. LANGLEY WINSTON 'LACARO JOHN LAWSON, K2 D'ENNIS LEA, ATQ 3 BONNIE J. LEE LINDA ELLEN LEE MACK LEGGETT WALTER LEGETT KAREN KAY LEHMAN DIXIE L'EA LEININGER REBECCA LEONARD DARNELL LEPRE JONETTA LEWIS, QM FRED A. LEWTER 5 CHARLIE LIGHTSEY STEPHIEN LIKINS ANDREA LINGENFELTER HOWNRD RAY LITTLE, KE CAROL LOGAN, X52 6 JOE C. LONG, JR. LARRY LOTT WADE LOWE GARY H. LOWRY LAURELLE LUCKETT 7 ANN MacDONALD, QM MARJORIE MADDEN CHARLES C. MADDOX JOIE MADISON DOUGLAS MAGEE 8 GEORGE MAHATHY ROBERT MAHEE JAMES S. MAJOIR' BENNIE MALLEY DUKE MALLORY, KE 9 WAYNE J. MANLEY, ATQ ANN DEE MANN SALLY MANSFIELD. AAA CAROLYN MANUEL MIMI MANVILLE I0 GENE MARLINE ANA ROSA MAROUEZ ROBERT MARTELLO JANELLE MARTIN LARRY MARTIN McKees Rocks, Pa. Brandon Gulfporf Tupelo Uriah, Ala. I-laiiiesburg Pascagoula Garnada, Nicaragua Brooklyn, Iowa Fair Lawn, N.J. Milfon, Fla. Lumberfon Laurel Gulfporf Biloxi Escafawpa Mounf Olive Biloxi Pensacola, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Sandersonville Biloxi Picayune Corinih Lorman Rosedale Sumrall Por? Gibson Hafliesburg Vicksburg Memphis, Tenn. Jackson McLaurin Fayeffe Mize Chickasaw, Ala. Osyka Long Beach Gulfporl' Nafchez Rufland, V+. Magnolia Tunica Biloxi Wesl' Haven, Conn. I-Iazlehursf Maracaibo, Venezuela Nafchez Salarfia Leland I PANSY MARTIN THOMAS P. MARTIN, ZZSIJE VICKI L. MARTIN, X!! DICKSON R. MATTHEWS, ATS2 ALICE MAW Minqa, Belgian 2 CHRISTINIE MAY, A,AA SANDY MAYO, EEE JERRY McALPIN BARBARA JO MCARN GARRETT E. McBRYDE, IIKA 3 MARY MCCALLUM CHARLOTTE McCULLOUGH VELMA 'McCURLEY ELIZABETH McDONALD SANIDRA McGILL, AZ 4 MICKEY McGlVAREN NED G. MclNNIS, JR. JEAN MCKENZIE MIRIAM McKlSSACK MARY MADONNA McLAURIN. 5 FRANK W. McMULUEN SYLVIA MCQUAIG JUNE McRAE SHEILA MCSWAIN MIKE McWHORTER, KA 6 G-INNY MEADOWS, AAA JAMES O. MEADOWS SUSAN MELSON ANNE 'MARIE MENDELL LARRY MENS'I, KA 7 TAY MIERCER, AAA JERRY ANNE MICHAELS, X9 DIANNE MILLER, KA JO ANN MILLER W. G. MILLER, JR. 8 BARBARA MILLS, AEA VINCENT K. MILSTEAD DERWOOD MIMS ANGIE MOCKBEE, X12 THOMAS MOORE, JR. 9 ANNE MORGAN ELOISE MORGAN EVELYN MORGAN JOE MORIARTY PATRICIA JOY MUIRHEAD, AAA I0 REBECCA MURPHREE, AAA DOROTHY MURPHY DIXIE ANN MYERS HUGH MYERS ' JOHN MYRIcIc New Hebron McComb Delhi, La. Dayfon, Ohio Congo, Africa Pass Chrislian Halfiesburg Magee Kokomo Pensacola, Fla. Childersburg, Ala. Columbus Mobile, Ala. Lakeland, Fla. Jackson Nafchez Haffiesburg Bay Springs Pelal EEZ Bogalusa, La. Canfon Meridian Meridian Pefal Hafliesburg EI Paso, Texas Gulfporl Milfo-nl Fla. Jackson Gulfport Hafliesburg Shreveport La. McComb Mobile, Ala. Halfiesburg Laurel McDavicI, Fla. Hafliesburg Meridian Biloxi Basfro-p, La. Lucedale Lucedale Knoxville, Tenn. Gulfport Agricola Nalchez Greenville Morfon Chickasaw, Ala. I PEGGY NABORS JOHN A. NELSON BRYAN NEVILUE GIGI NEWTON MARILYN NEY 2 BRIAN DOUGLAS NICHOLS, IIK ROBERT E. O'CONNOR, JR. ROBERT A. ODOM JOHN O'SHlELDS, KA PATT PASSEAU 3 KENNETH W. PATRICK, HKA THOMAS LAMAR PATRICK NANETTE PENROSE ESTER GLENN PENTON, KA CATHY PETERSON, KA 4 CHARLINE PHILLIPS, AAA MAXINE PHILLIPS ROBERT L. PICRETT PEGGY PITTMAN, xn AL PITTS, mm' 5 KEN POUNCEY LYNDA KAROLYN POWERS STANLEY PRAVATA BUBBA PROTHRO, QKT MARY JO PROVINE, X9 6 JERRY L. PLICRETT BONNIE PURVIS, KA RUTH PYLATE JEANNE OuIeLEY, AEA EVA ANN RAHAIM 7 J. N. RANDALL, KA ROBERT R. RANDALL .IIMNIIE RANISAY JANET E. RATH, AAA RICHARD RATH, 24-To Clarksclale Mobile, Ala. Hafiiesburg Alexander, Va. Granville, Iowa A Purvis Mobile, Ala. Haffiesburg Tupelo Lucedale Mobile, Ala. Gulfporl Bay SI. Louis Bo-galusa, La. Haffiesburq Yazoo Cify Greenville Heidelberg Jackson Jackson Monrqomery, Ala. Greenville Pearl River, La. I-laffiesburg Tullulaln, La. I-Iaffieslourg Oil CIN, La. Koscuislco Haluriesburg Laurel Oullporf Meridian MT. Olive Washingfon, D.C. Massapequa, N.Y. 8 MARTHA RAYBURN Columbia BETTY REAGAN Kokomo LUIS E. REDDEN Maracaibo, Venezuela BONNIE RENFRO I-Ia+'riesburg TOMMY RICHARDSON, ECIPE I-Ialfiesburg 9 TOMMYE RICHARDSON Biloxi KAY RICHIE Richlon RICHARD RILLA Pilfsfield, Mass. MARY VIRGINIA RISHER, AAA Laurel BRYAN L, ROBBINS Columbia I0 FRED ROBBINS Nafclwez DAN LARRY ROBINSON Taylorsville NELL ROBINSON Fulion MARGARET RODICK ANN ROGERS, AEA New Orleans, La. I-la+Iiesburg I GWENDALYN ROGERS PATSY ROGERS SHIRLEY ROGERS ROBERT ROYALS CARL K. RUEHMIER 2 BOBBY RUSS, K2 ANNE MARIE RUSSELL JANE RYALS WALTER RYAN CAROLE SALERNO 3 DANNY SALMON GALE SANDERS JOYCE SANDERS STEPHEN F. SANDIFE KEN SCHABER EDMUND J. SCHLEGEL, JR. SANDRA SCHNELL MARIAN SCHOENIGER. PEGGY SELLERS JIMMY SHANHOLTZ 5 LUCY BALL SHARP, dill MARTHA J. SHARP EVELYN SHERMAN SHARON SHIREY, AAA CONNIE SHIVERS, CPM 6 MARILYN SHOEMAKER. SAMMY SHOLAR NELL SHOWERS, AEA JENNY LOU SIGREST GEORGE W. SIMMONS A Z A AEA SANDRA JEAN SLOAN, AEA WILLIAM SLOVICK ANDREA B. SMITH BILLIE SMITH DIANA SMITH 8 KAY SMITH GAIL SMITH J. MILTON SMITH JERRY R. SMITH LEROY SMITH 9 NANCY WYNNE SMITH PATRICIA NELL SMITH REBECCA SMITH WILSON SMALLWOOD RUTH SOFEY I0 VIRGINIA SOJOURNER. VIC STAMEY, 211113 EUGENE ST. ANDRIE BENNY STANFORD CHARLES STANLEY AAA Seminary Brookhaven Escafawpa Hafliesburg Berkeley. III. Nafchez Mobile, Ala. Allariia, Ga, Ocean Springs Homesfead. Fla. Adamsville, Ala. Kosciusko Wesl Poinf Roxie Buchanan, Mich. Jackson Biloxi Halliesburg Haffiesburg Hafliesburg Liberfy Jackson Taylorville Lake Providence, La. Hazlehursi' Jackson Laurel Mobile, Ala. Flora Magnolia Jackson Carvoyalis, Pa. Haffiesburq Pefal VIIIIDIGF Garden, Fla. Shady Hook Pefal Summil Brookhaven Belzoni Biloxi Halliesburg Jackson Thomasfon, Ga. Gulfporf Nafchez MI. Vernon, Ala. Ocean Springs Halfiesburg Wesson I MARY ANN' STANLEY MARY LEE STARK PATRICIA ANN STEPHENSON ALMYRA STEWART, AZ BILLY GERALD STIEWART 2 JOYCE STEWART BETTY JO STIGALL, KA BETH STILL MELVA KAYE STOCKSTILL JERRY DALE STOGNER, AIPKT 3 MILDIRED STOVALL RICHARD STRAHAN ROY L. STRICKLAND RUTH STUART, AEA PATRICIA STUBBLEFIELD 4 CHARLENE J, SUTTON, AZ MORRIS SWEATT JOY SWETMAN ERNEST SYLVESTER ROBERT S. TANNEHILL, J'R., KE 5 JOHN TARVER NELSON TILL JERRY DAY TERRELL MARIE THAMES, AAA RICHARD W. THAMES, E-IDE 6 ED THEOBALD, EILIIIE JANICE L, THOMAS SIDNEY THOMAS HENRY TIDMORE, KA NANCY TIDWELL, AAA 7 ANN TRAYLOR KAREN TRIGG, AAA JEAN TRIPPE, AAA JEFF TRULY, KA PATRICIA TURK, KA 8 PERRY E. TURNER ALISON ULMER ALLEN PEARSON UPCHURCH KAYE R. UPTON BARBARA UTSEY, EEZ 9 CHARLOTTE A. UTSEY, AZ SANDRA VAN LANDINGHAM. MARY LUCY VANN, AZ CLEFTON D. VAUGHAN HUGH C. VICK I0 JIMMY VOWELL, ATQ PEGGY WADDELL SUELENE WADE BECKY WAKELAND, KA BETTY ANN WALKER Waynesboro Knoxville, Tenn. Lucedale Maywood Tylerfown Pefal Jackson I-Iaffiesburg Picayune Magnolia Leakesville Mobile, Ala. Cenfreville Halfiesburg Corinflm Hansonville, Va. Clarksdale Biloxi Gullporl Cincinnafi, Ohio Saraland, Ala. Wlwisller, Ala. McComb Jackson Meridian Ska neafeles, N.Y. Mobile. Ala. I-Iaffiesburg Jackson Rosedale Sumrall Halfiesburg Nafchez Fayelle Jackson Vinegar Bend, Ala. Purvis .ATU Raleigh, N.C. S.D. Ala. Websfer, Chickasaw, Ala. Md. Ala. Summif Gulfporl Bufler, X9 Befhesda. Cifronella, Ruleville Pefal Pelal HaI+iesburg Bogalusa, La. M I HERMAN WALKER MARY WALKER BELLE JO WALL, KA DOUGLAS WALL LYNDA WALLACE, EEZ 2 GAIL WALSTON, KA DAN H. WALTERS GENE WALTMAN JOHN IRVIN WALTON ROBERT ROY WARD 3 HAL WARRELL, JR. BILLY WATSON, EIIPE ETHEL WEAVER LINDA WE'ED, AZ THOMAS WENNING 4 FORREST L. WEST, JR. FRED WEST JERRY ANN WHINNERY AGNES WHITE, AZ Magee Broolclwaven Meridian Cresfview, Fla. Foresf Meridian Saraland, Ala. Cilronelle, Ala. Halliesburg Haffiesburg Jackson Fayelfe Pensacola, Fla. Fair Lawn, N.J. Wapalconela, Ohio Mobile, Ala. Haliiesburg Jaclcson 'Jackson CHARLES C. WI-IITTINGTON, KE Pensacola, Fla. 5 RON WIGGINS ALICE WILLIAMS Monroeville, Ala. Mobile, Ala. MERLE KENNETH WILLIAMS, Efirli Laurens,S.IC. JOHN WILLIAMSON SHIRL'EY WILLIAMSON 6 MAIRY ARDEN WILSON SHARON WILSON TIM WILSON MILNER WISE LARRY WOODWARD 7 HOWARD B. WOLFE BETTY JANELLE WOOD PAULA WOODLEY KAY WRIGHT WESLEY WRIGHT, ATS? 8 JIMMY YANCY GLORIA YARBROUGH HARVEY YATES RUFUS YERGER, JR., KA GLORIA ANNETTE YOUNG 9 HATTIIE YOUNG HERBERT L. YOUNG RONNIE YOUNG GINGER YOUNGBLOOD, 1PM W. MORRALL CURTIS, JR., K2 Greenville Grove Hill, Ala. Haffiesburg Ocean Springs Columbia Meridian Ovell' New Orleans, La. Clinlon, Tenn. Lafayelle, Ind. Moss Poinf I-laliiesburq Laurel Halliesburg Halfiesburg Tallulalw, La. Lumberlon Pascagoula Pelal Key Wesf, Fla. Fayelle Pensacola, Fla. R JIMMY LUCILE ALB'RITTON ROGER W. ANDREWS WILLIAM R. ATCHLEY 2 VIRGINIA ANNE AVERY JAMES S. CARPENTER ANNE COKER. AEA 3 GAIL BACKSTROM COR NORMA S.CUTREIR CYNTHIA DENNIS 4 LESLIE FRENCH SUE FROST, AAA JAMES EMIL HABIG 5 ANN HAYES LEWIS DANIEL HENSON TRUEL DWIGHT HICKS R, AAA , JR. I-Iafiiesburg Rocky Mount N.C. Shubuia Purvis Haffiesburg CIarIcsdaIe Haffiesburg Haffiesburg New Augusfa Roxie Haffiesburg Woodville Meridian Laurel Laurel ALPHONSO B, JACKSON, JR. Hafiiesburg THOMAS GERALD JACKSON BuIIer, Ala. ELDON R. LADD Chanufe, Kansas 2 VIRGINIA M. LEWIS Haffiesburg BILLY RAY LOVETT, IIKA Foresi' LUTHER M. MASON KenosI1a,Wis. JOSEF E. MCCLESKEY Pensacola. FIG, EDWARD P. McKEE Haffiesburg PERCY L. NOBLES SumraII JOHN P. POTTS Nashville, Tenn. WAYNE PULLIAM Neely BENNIE A. ROHR Pascagoula 5 RONALD SELLERS Apopka. FIa. GERALD B. SQUYRES Brookhaven ROBERT H. STANGER, IIKA Haffiesburg ADU RADUATES GRADUATE CLASS OFFICERS I EUGENE J. STASSI MAXIE EUGENE STURGEON WTLLIAM S. THORNTON JULIA CAROLYN ULMER DOCK B. WALL, QKT O. N. WALLEY, JR. ANN MARTIN WEILL Lefi' io righh Jack Hill, Presidenl: Jimmie Lou Albriffon, Vice Presidenfg Thornfon, Treasurer. l-lalfiesburg Woodville Laurel Laurel Newfon Macon Halfiesburg Ann Coker. Secrefaryg Bill ,....N,W. l my Hollywood, l1ul17? 7 UAROUND THE CAMPIH X .x smokell x 50" uk ODK Tapping: Fall Quarier H ,,,,.,..-an-v-' 5 Boy, Ain'+ she puriy! 3 1 -L.,,,x TE H ., , A Nl ,f2iQ,f2Z1EA .., .e T"' , V V 3, 'R QM L No, if's no? foo lafe. I'II be ready in 5 minufes! Do you really wanf 'ro lrnow? Who says my lips are chapped7 DBTBFMIHBHDH The heck wifh school spirill l'm fired of sluffing 278 yi we X gwl up Lookin' 'em over, Sarah? emi Someday 'lhe cafeferia will have silverware! IF: nor for knowledge fhai we come io college. Oh, fhese slumber parfies really gel you down! 106 i A uble-Clog dale X 0 ' Good g rlef . . . Use lpana. Milly? Shaved heads are so becoming 'these days! -4 gale, V , To 'fall or noi' fo fall: +ha+ is -the quesiion. MCRE SNAPS Aboui fhose cloihespinsl Looks like +he Sou+h WILL rise again. www. xx N xy' 'yr' S Why- ':,1:E-iw ff'Md:1zf.w 'N 'W' ' 'f '5I.iig' , g.W, Y - V -WW Wmwmmwm9Qw5'MsApg,HM , AAA' ,ww-mm.- - ---- Vwwhv X I Q, f g,, 6 i "flQ4f5'?'vLazm,znvxvma:-mngnfh Ii V x V' ' '- P' '-1.,..:'.-,i QKUN' ,TM E . Y-V 7335222 I 1 iELi?ff'5 , ' T ,yy i 5wfm 1 5 '41 Q Q . wig., wr, , , ,En fx ' . , m y , -. V. :s E' ' Mfr' . Vik 1' 'rw 'Q 't--J' ' Hf ta 4:1 , J 53.211, ff I 1-4, ,. 5 ' f M 51 im Q M, 4, P 55 HOMECOMING OPERA THEATRE ACTIVITIES IT'S A GREAT DAY 'UD Tri Delia capiures firsi place in beauiy wiih "Forecas'f 'io Win." .5- Homecoming Queen Sarah Smifh and Homecoming King Bob Rineharl' picfured wifh Presidenf McCain. Colorful Parade ...Winning Game . . . Ex- ciiing Ball ...made Homecoming a "Greer Homecoming Queen receives bouquef af half fime aciivifies. Dayl' al' SQU'l'l1efT1, Firs+ place in originalify was awarded io ihe music fraiernifies, Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beia Sigma. 284 A VVk.n V V K Nj .Y H H if - Queen Sarah and her Couri' a+ fhe Homecoming Dance, ihe climax of fine Homecoming fesfiviiies. Crew Hall, Presidenl of Chi Omega. presen+s fha firsi' place 'irophies 'lo Jim Spealrs and Joanne Haluslra. The Tri Delfa's won first place in +he sororily division as lhey sang "Sleigh Ride" and "By fhe Lighl' of ihe Tri Della Moon." Firsf place in +he frafernify division was won by Kappa Sigma wifh fheir rendilion of "The Kappa Sigma Pin Song" and "March of 'lhe Kings." This was The lenlh year Jrhal lhe Chi Ome- gas presenlecl lheir annual Song Fesl in which each sororily ancl lralernily on carn- pus parlicipales. ll is one ol lhe hiqhlighls of lhe Chrislmas Season. GUYS and DOLLS Len Fallen and Pairicia Hays as Sky Masfer- son and Sergeanl' Sarah Brown confess 'lo each oiher fha? "I've Never Been In Love Before" ouiside lhe Save-A-Soul Mission. The floafing crap game winds up in lhe sewers as Charles Van Devender lBig Julei fhrows his unspoiled dice wiih Roblin, Jones, Cailedge, Haun, Signa, Daniels, Henderson, Walker and Moody loolring on. 286 Dick Jones lNaH1an Defroiii assures Mona Wall lMiss Adelaide, ihaf he will give up his 'Floahng crap game if she will remain his doll in 'ihe hilarious "Sue Me" number G23 3 . ,Y Q 1 eg v txsw W 4 fm M, . f x Q Q19 SAB 'ff' ire ,JN 'vi Xwhviliflielfsbsi Qwbr-an N "L iQ 'B 0 1 5 9 "Opening Royal Procession" lOn sfeps are Jim Moody as Mark Anlony, Jim Tuina as Julius Caesar, and Selvey Johnson as Calpurnia. l Mark An+ony's friumph over Bruius avenges Caesar's deafh. Lucius kneels beside his dead masier, while Ocravius lJames Wellmanl looks on. srl' fr an i 288 MSC Theater Arfimeclorus lCharles Walll warns Porfia lPairicia Haysl and Lucius Don Seayl of an impending ploi' 'lo kill Caesar in which Brufus is involved. JULIUS CAESAR The conspirafors lad by Cassius lLon Fallen, and 'Brufus lKen Maclrenziel, meet fo se? plans for Caesar's dea+h. Oiher conspiraiors are played by James Mullen, Ken Smiih, J. Dudley Waison and Edward Truex. 289 Calpumia begs Caesar noi +o go +o ihe Capifo "Julius Caesar" was The Spring produclion presenled by lhe Thealre Deparlmenl in I959. The play was presenlecl under Jrhe cli- reclion of Mr. Roberl M. Treser. Direclor of Thealre, in The Lirfle Thealre. S wi. f""g" 45. .aX."' E at sew We l me W 50 Dr. S. F. Harlwig, Chairman of Speech Depari- menr, and Mr. Roberl M. Treser, Direclor of The- alre, al MSC clireclecl Jrhe lirsl Summer Slock produciions sponsored by Souihern in Pascagoula. Mississippi, Jrhis pasl summer. Eleven weelcs of sreaoly rehearsal made Jrhe seven procluciions which were presenled in ihe Paspoinlr Lillle The- aire a lremenclous success. SUMMER The Kids": Maidie Beeson and Merrell Williams, Jr. "See How They Run": Mary Lois Timbes, J. Dudley Wafson, and Mary Ellen Baircl. Nine colleges and universilies and six dif- Terenl slales were represenlecl in Jrhe Sum mer Sloclc procluclions. The seven plays pre senled were: "Tender Trap," "The Kids,' "Gigi," "Picnic," "The Glass Menagerief "See l-low They Run," and "Dracula," STOCK p. ' '-71,5 , f- Md 'ik 3 Cbarlfzsohl S 9 df, Gen dr, fry ,106 . er ,and 'The Tender Trap": Roland Oesferreich, Charloffe Gen- fry, and Charles Wall. "The Glass Menagerieu: Charles Wall and Binnie McCoy M Camille Angais. as Rosalinda, looks on wilfh disapproval as her husband. 'Henry Eisensfein. played by S Roberf Bloodworlh, flirls wifh fwo lovely acquainfances, Fifi, a ballef girl lAngelyn Fuffl and Peldi. A a circus performer lHarriel Manningl. H Th fwo leading roles in "Die Fledermaus" were played by Camille Angais, as R linda and Roberl' Bloodworlh as Henry Eisensfein. her husband. They are picrured in 'lhe famous 2nd acl' wafch duet Johann Slrauss' meloclious masierpiece in Wallz rhylhm, "Die Fledermausf' was lhe Spring procluclion of Mississippi Sou'rhern's famed Opera Workshop. The sparkle of i'rs music, The exuberance ancl gaiely of ils characiers and 'rhe charm of i+s sfory siiua- iions made a hil wiih Souiherners. Credii musl be given To lhe Co-Direciors, Leonard Sloclcer and l-larris Crohn and The all-siudenl casi lor a lively produclion which sei a new musical siandard for Sourh Mississippi. 292 Everyone really digs inlo lhal pie on Pi Day. i PI KAPPA ALPHA l Pl DAY The lirsl Pi Day lo be held al lv1.S.C. was a greal success. All lhe sororilies enlered lhe conlesls,and all had a greal lime. Della Della Della accumulaled lhe mosl poinls lo win lhe Pi Day lrophy. The egg pilching conlesl found many willv slippery hands. Babe ancl Calherine pull ahead in lhe lhree-legged Olympic iavelin lhrow? No, iusl a foolball lhrow. 293 Officers of S.C.F. are, leff fo righh Ken Ow-ens, Presidenfg Gloria Saunders, Vice- Presidenf: KiHy Carler, Secrelaryg Miriam Kahn, Treasurer. S.C.F. is a council composed of a presidenl, vice-presi- deni, secreiary, Treasurer. hislorian. publicily chairman, and a represenlaiive from each oi lhe religious groups. Re- ligious Emphasis Week, Vespers, +he Thanksgiving Service. The Chrisimas Service. and lhe Easier Service are among Jrhe aciiviiies sponsored by The S.C.F. STUDENT CHRISTIAN FEDERATICJN Dr. John F. Nau is fhe adviser io +he Siudenf Chris- iian Federaiion aswell as Chaplain of rho College. Each religious organizafion on M.S.C.'s campus has a repre- senfaiive in S.C.F. These represeniafives are elecfecl by 'lheir various groups. E Sponsored by lhe Deparlmenl of Speech Arls, Forensics gives 'rraining in debale and discussion. The Debale Squad. composed ol over 20 sludenls. allends more lhan seven- Teen +ournamen+s from Texas lo Illinois. I+ also sponsors 'lhe Gull S'ra+es Speech Feslival a+ MSC. in February and par- ricipales in exlemporaneous and afler dinner speaking, ra- dio spealcing, inierprelaiive reading and oralory. Dr. Walfer Simonson, Direicfor of Forensics, coaches all pariicipanis in forensic acfivifies. FORENSICS Members of Forensics are firsf row, leff fo righ+: Alan Seman, Sian Gwin. Donald Drapen, Flefcher Coker, Carol Logan, Barbahra Uisey and ScoHy Swarh. Second Row: Che+ Anderson, Jim Armsirong, Danny Telfair, Richard Thames, Joe MiroeHv, Spike Newman, Joyce Tally, Jim Lo'H, Charles Assaf, ' Sandra Chednolvick, Laurie King, Dale Lvons. l The freshman counselors are: seaTed, lefi To righT: Evelyn LuTric, Lynda Lammors, Sarah Smifh, Bennie McCoy, BeTTy Ann Jordan. STanding: Mary Kay Hammond, Marilyn Darby, Befly PaTTerson, Ramona Rogers, Carolyn Wellborn. NoT PicTured: Mary Jo Lucas. CGUNSELORS The counselors live in The Treshman girls' dorrniTories. They are There To advise The girls and help Them during Their all imporT- T anT TirsT year. This is one oT The Top honors ThaT can come To a woman sTudenT aT SouTh- 6'FI"I. PROCTORS ProcTors are sTudenTs employed by The Housing OTTice To assisT in The man- agemenT oT The residence halls. Each has speciTic responsibiliTy Tor a given area of The building and Tor The residenTs oT ThaT area, buT his auThoriTy exTends To ofher areas or buildings as needed. The "ProcTor sysTem" has proven To be very eTTecTive, an eloquenT commenTary on The high caliber oT The men selecTed To serve as procTors. and on The abiliTy oT sTudenTs in general To accepT and dis- charge responsibiliTies. Fronf Row, left To rigl1T: Bob Yencho, Supervisor: Ken Cochran, Ken Shearer, John Migli- ozzo, Jim Barry, Waller Conn, Milne Rabolais, Supervisor. Back Row: M. C. HamiH'on, Hugh Mclnnis, Henry Toney, Glyna GarreH', Joe Sharp, 'Glynn Gabberf, ScoH Hand, Homer Boyd, Harry Hopkins. Noi' Picfuredz Fred O'He, Don Curry, Doclr Wall, Charles Rea, Ben GanH', Dallon Kermer. 296 Anofher field hip? HERE AND THERE ,q N if . . . and hi +o you, foo! Our office is always buzzing. Buf, slr, fhls IS as sfralghf as we can gef if. H!" . 75'Wa iff a ke sure S flue sfory goes l " o , 'W A, June x repres uflrern well as she capiures ln- fernafional Television Queen. ACVQQSS enfs So . Helly' ookin ' ' ,.HQme C 49" :il ,Q- . PM 'K W . ,vm M vl .V me no X me Ama buf! ,nwann CAMPUS l+'s REW 'time again. m'3' H's1l'1e sheer ioy of doing 'things "Oh, she dances so divinely!" k +Qllht0'wl "I+ says here . . ." I'll raise you ihree mafcl'1es." "Thank heaven for my Lady Schic 'Y--5...-f"' Mg 300 uxrxe Mad b fi 'lf af. X "Where ya a+. Reel?" "Man, like I dig fhes-e campus weekends Wh f "You see, fhe mosf beaufiful women do como fo Sou'I'hern." a do, Wihf fro In ga f Sdhfq ish? '7 Q? Don., be sill 'G-il. ' y! km, -ig F. 'R mx Q33 -whine I'm just no? bellevmg all This Wgwva .M as i?9m. 5 :Riagg H would have fo snow on fhe weekend! 3 Si Muay pm Whaf! Trying 10 vofe again? Tl'aaf's whai you call a "Snowman"! vm, Q jim E- -ig Q Am W M.. Tw Hwwvfn an rt :rr-eff ' films HELPING US TO CELEBRATE 50 Years of Progress 1910-1960 Our ADVERTISERS and SPGNSGRS Compdmenfd of WlMPY'S and WIMPY'S JR. THE FORREST COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS "Sou'l'hern's Hearfiesf Backers" . SELBY c. BOWLING. President . . . . .Bea+'Three HARRY H. BELL . . . .BeafOne LUTHER G. LEE . . . .Beef Two J. A. P. CARTER . . . . . Beef Four HERBERT H. LEE . . . .aw Five We wish fo exfend our sincere promise of confinued supporf and cooperafion fo Mississippi Soufhern College. Mississippi's fines? and largesf college and one of Forresf Coun'ry's mos? valued assefs. Congrafulafions on your splendid growfh and fine spiri'r. We hope lhaf Soufhern and Forresf Counfy will confinue fo march side by side in seffing fhe pace of progress and developmenf in Souih Mississippi. The people of Forrest Counfy exfend fheir besf wishes 'ro 'rhe adminishafion, feculfy. and sfudenfs of M.S.C. Besf of luck fo Mississippi's friendlies? college from Mississippi's friendlies? counfy. QQ: orrest Qlounig V U' isri iff :Jw lll llb l PP V xx A good place fo go fo school and a good place fo live SOUII1 Mississippfs Leading SIores CUMPUMENTS for men OF DONAVAN-LANE SOUTHERN CLEANERS MENS WEAR R H BRASWELL I-IATTIESBURG M COMB PASCAGOULA L k y Ph JU 3 A071 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OWL DRUG C0 ca- H McELHANEY8fSONS KOMP EQUIPMENT COMPANY INC ,fB""' -""!Qu3gip, -ll' DISTRIBUTORS OF INDUSTRIAL 81 PLUMBING SUPPLIES HATTIESBUR6 MISSISSIPPI I Owner C A From a eB ron one - OF OF . 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