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

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I. .uJ,a. ' xfvvynlv-rr'-1 4 5 4 N N UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI , E! ISISO ah. ., ,M Y LV '43 4-'eo 1 wr f -37 , , -:FE 'F .VP-A-. ,L 'Lf ' ww VV 4:5525 , 1 x,Q'- A 4 E ICQ f WP -fm J w M14 fmgmpwf x Q' x' X ,J , - W fff ,Wig ,' fi ff" H U U 'W N K fl X' ' 1 'W l 5 up M xl T W ', 1, W "Y D gl Qi 1 1 -Qg Q, 'S' c .4 , 1 --, L- gx- lf? EJ JE, 'E' A VJ ml - 1-i AS THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI CELEBRATES ITS FIRST AN- NIVERSARY, THE 1963 SOUTHERNER HAS MADE AN ATTEMPT TO PRESERVE THIS AND EVERY WELL DESERVED EVENT, ACADEMIC, SOCIAL, AND RELI- GIOUS. WE, AS STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF OF USM, HAVE EVERY REA- SON TO BE EXTREMELY PROUD OF OUR UNIVERSITY. ACADEMICALLY SHE IS A TOP RATED INSTITUTION, RELIGIOUSLY SHE IS STAFFED AND PREPARED TO GIVE ADEQUATE AND NECESSARY GUIDANCE TO ALL FAITHS. SOCIALLY USM CAN BOAST HER MANY FINE SOCIAL FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES ALONG WITH ALL OTHER INTERESTING SOCIAL ASPECTS OF THE WELL- ROUNDED SOCIAL LIFE ON OUR CAMPUS, THE STUDENTS OF USM ARE BLESSED WITH ADEQUATE FACILITIES-MODERN CLASSROOMS AND LAB- ORATORIES, COMFORTABLE DORMITORIES, A MULTI-VOLUME LIBRARY, AN ULTRA-MODERN UNIVERSITY COMMONS, AND APARTMENTS FOR MAR- RIED STUDENTS. HOWEVER, THE BLESSINGS OF USM STUDENTS NEVER STAND STILL FOR THERE IS ALWAYS AN AIR OF EXPANSION PRESENT TO TAKE CARE OF THE GROWING STUDENT BODY. A PANHELLENIC DORMITORY EQUIPPED TO HOUSE TEN SORORITIES, A GROUP OF NEW APARTMENTS TO ACCOMO- DATE MARRIED STUDENTS, AND PLANS FOR AN EXHIBIT HALL FOR ART OF USM STUDENTS ARE ALL UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT THE PRESENT. YES, USM WITH ITS 5,800 STUDENTS IS PREPARED TO MEET THE FUTURE AND ITS EVER INCREASING DEMANDS BOTH MENTALLY AND PHYSICALLY. WE ARE PROUD-"THIS IS OUR UNIVERSITY-USM? lsduuq-if 2 I .4 The First faculty at University of Southern Mississippi consisted of 18 instructors. In the more than 50 years since the establishment of Mississippi Normal College in 1912, faculty members have in- creased to number almost 250. Obviously 'well-trained in their specific fields, instructors at USM make learning and education a living experience. As graduate stu- dents and new professors step into places vacated by retiring mem- bers, a certain tradition departs from the school, but left behind is the ever-present search for knowledge. Even as the faculty has increased and improved, so the facilities and equipment have been supplemented to provide practical know- ledge to students in almost every field. As our world of today changes, as Southern keeps up with its pace, our qualified instructors and leaders help us to live up to our new name of University. 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School spirit increases as we play bigger and better teams in sports, and the L'Pride of Mississippi and Dixie Darling move higher in the fame they are creating. The world of Greeks, social and honorary, and all other extracurricular parts of Southern's life, exem- plify its many years of worthy associations. fi , ,Mal ra X 'llui New faces, new buildings are seen on every corner of Mississippfs largest school. When this university was be- gun over fifty years ago. there were only five brick build- ings on the campus. Those included the President's home. College Hall, Hattiesburg Hall, Forrest County Hall, and an industrial cottage for women. Construction has never stopped over the years, and to- day it strains to provide living quarters and classroom facilities for the ever-growing student body. University Commons is now a symbol of hard work fulfilled in becoming a university. It and all other new buildings are a physical sign of growth which is felt by every member of the student body, faculty and adminis- tration. As USM builds it adds to a reputation, once only spread in Mississippi, but now a reputation that is cover- ing the South, the Nation, and even other countries. As students, we owe our school a sense of increasing not only the physical construction and growth, but a growth of character and fame as well. ig-,M v2"w-y i , "2 LWV31FMf?i'fii1if3'C5Ef 5g?i11fnf5.'1sGH':fwL: ,sE:13l'1'5f1ff-'lm-' , X 1 Yam ""'?w14x,w,,--?"5'-w"qw f. M W 5,6 1 ,, i, M Q M f' M 1+ T 5 f v r i 4 A l I x i ,a,,,....,., -X V y - ,,.,.,.-.,...,.,.--,- J 1 M 1 The administrative offices of Southern Mississippi provide the expert direction and authority needed to stabilize and successfully operate and institution of magnitude. In its evolution to the high plane of university this past year, USM has shown the result of the careful planning and organization of new aims for each year. Under the ad- ministrations, leadership, the entire year's calendar, academ- ically and socially, is planned. This yearly calendar and its preservation in the mind of all people connected with our school, is the purpose of the yearbook. Work, cooperation, and administrative guidance make each year at University of Southern Mississippi bigger and better. 4"""' kfkiix 1- ' , ., ,1 'TB ,Y - Nur wb S A-ml ,.,a Mississippi Normal College opened its doors in 1912 with 230 young men and women students. In this year, 1962-63 over fifty years of hoping planning, and growing. our University has 5,800 students. This, our school, has progressed through four distinct stages since 1912- Mississippi Normal College, State Teachers College, Mississippi Southern Col- lege, and now University of Southern Mississippi. Each student who comprises part of this total, record enrollment must charge himself to continue to lift the standards and prestige of this institution which has contributed much to its native state and is adding an increasing inliuence on the nation. The quality and applied education of these 5,800 students, each individually, will determine the success of our Alma Mater, state and country. ' nc: ' ' -' 'sw' --'rv v T 'li Pzqlg' Q ,Ji ! 1' Q iiffg f .,, , Mfg, f 4,4 Z wx L My .ggi W 22 '61 1 W ,V , fr, 5- .1 5 5 A w 4.4 L, fy JS: M W Q , X - 22? '52 2 fi 4 awww: 1, Lg, If fi 1 3 X QA' s 61w:'S'1'0 -" , Vw.. f 9-oy. J... 5 ns W P, 45. .16 v' If :J A- U f. .I 4, u' - 4 .sk ani ...W ' I Q' 19 '1 A , .- v , . - . - , X .. K 4 1 'gl' Qu' X 1' 1 R - 5 ' ' QV 'l". . " r -1 4, -4, V 'A' 7 ' ' .v -. 0 ug, 0 V .Gi Q 9 Q 4 0 N ' Q '. aj" H v ' H' ' ' f fo 'W 0 H - MI , Q 4 . f 1' ig ,. "' W 1 . .rg Mx M 5 I N' - I 43' QW 'V wa., , 1 t Y ,l ,. Q I X W -F V 4 A! my K " ' 'V M .V -: ,sire N ' 11, 1- Q, V' ,, . . 1. , A , E 4, he QA ,XA we .0 Q I W , ,I N ,,, , ,, 9 ,bk It X Ax, 3, W YQ ,I all -'wg W o ' M sv ' ww ' , " X 'X 3 at r E M 1 'W nv 'U W 'V N N .S s, , 4. ? S r -a W Q THE COLLEGE To teach the truth so that our students will under- stand the past, evaluate the present, and be prepared for the future is the prime function of our University, Every person connected with this institution is dedicated to this goal and endeavors in every action to make this ideal a reality. l 1 GOVERNOR HONORABLE ROSS R. BARNETT l l 18 BOARD OE TRUSTEES Members with terms expiring May 7, 1964 CHARLES FAIR Fourth Congressional District . . . .... Louisville H. G. CARPENTER Third Congressional District ........ Rolling Fork THOMAS J. TUBB Northern Supreme Court District .... West Point R. B. SMITH, JR. Second Congressional District ............ Ripley LEON LOWREY Le Bauve Trustee CDeSoto Countyj Olive Branch Members with terms expiring May 7, 1968 DR. VERNER S. HOLMES Seventh Congressional District ........ McComb J. N. LIPSCOMB First Congressional District . . . .... Macon S. R. EVANS State-at-Large ............ .... G reenwood TALLY RIDDELL Fifth Congressional District ........... Quitman Members with terms expiring May 7, 1972 W. O. STONE Central Supreme Court District . .. .. .Jackson IRA L. MORGAN State-at-Large ............ .... O xford M. M. ROBERTS Sixth Congressional District .... . . .Hattiesburg E. RAY IZARD Southern Supreme Court District ..... Hazlehurst .ff , PRESIDE T fig 0' Sm'T"f+,. . Qlniusuify of Soutgszn dlfliaaiaaippi E .Plz E' 5 50145511.11 Alaflan, Box 1 El +42-was dfafmiuwg, dlflzmuzppi func. M159 Off fuagvmuua Students, Faculty, and Friends: The University of Southern Mississippi has no problems not caused, at least in part, by its rapid growth. The University of Southern Mississippi has no problems which continued rapid growth cannot help to solve. Thus, in two sentences, we can sum up the University situation as we begin our second half a century of year- round, day and night service to the people of Mississippi. This institution was founded to fill a need--to train teachers for Mississippi rural schools in the early years of the twentieth century. We continue to train teachers--not just for rural schools, but for all schoolsg and not just for Mississippi, but for all the world. And we do much more than train teachers. As the fastest growing university in a rapidly changing state, we have accepted the full range of higher-education responsibilities in Mississippi's development. The highest of these responsibilities is the basic "1ibera1 art" of problem solving. Problem solving--beginning with perception of the problem and its careful definitiong continuing with analysis and the gather- ing of pertinent information and inspirational insightsg leading to the formulation of hypotheses and their testingg and culminating in a checked-out solution which can form the basis for decision- making-- is an intellectual process which shows man at his best. The University of Southern Mississippi is a problem-solving tool for the people of Mississippi. In 1962-1963 we are applying the precision tool of faculty and student intelligence to our own Self Study. From this Self Study process we expect to emerge with sharper focus on our future. The 1963 Southerner will forever re- mind us of the adventure of this busy and wonderful year. Y sincerely I William D. McCain President I9 IBM -tllfw f ' 1TI7'T"9S?ff"5 7 W' " 'iv' '9"o,'Q5'f . 2 I f o, A , It wi ,N I 1 1 'i xl i 5 1 4 I 4 Dr. John H. Amen, BIA., MA., mm. Dr- J:-.mes R.Swi112er, B.S., M.A., Ed-D. Q Dean of the C0115-ge Dean of Student Affairs f 'I DEANS ,au lv! , ' f9N fm' fs as Mrs. Carolyn Scott, B.S. Assistant Dean of Women Mrs. Ivah O. Wilber, B.S., M.A. Mr. Rader Grantham, B.S., M.A. ! Dean of Women Dean Of Men i I .yx Mr. Charles O Smallmg B S 'ww Mr Roger B Johnson BS MS Dr Carl L. McQuagge, B.S., M.A Mr. Cecil M. Klutts, B.A Purchasing Agent a- , 1--, fi X Dr. Warren F. Tracy, A.B., B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Librarian 11, ' ' 3 ,gmlr it mg Mr. Reed Green, B.S. Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Mr. Robert H. Cleveland Miss Dorothy Lenoir Director of Public Relations Director of Placement Bureau ADMINISTRATIGN Mr. Walter O. Conn, B.S., M.S. . . . ' Director of Student Aid and Scholar- Mr' Wllllam E' Klrkpatrlcki BS' ship Director of University Union EE Mr. Clifford Hagenson, B.S.Ed Ph.M. yd X, R Director of Housing lx Q dIrw.1,,- 'Nut' -v""Eh Mrs. Pauline R. Stout, B.A., M.A. Assistant Director of Student Housing yi' Mr. Powell Ogletree, B.S., M.A. Alumni Secretary Dr. Edgar Kelly, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Assistant Dean of the Basic College A. J. Jaeger, B.B,A. Assistant Financial Secretary x , f""S"idk New 4" Z? 1 """' 23 ' ' iiif. sffl! ,hifi 3331 if at t Mr. Donald H. Myers Assistant Director of Public Relations ADMI ISTRATIQN Mr. Raymond A. Curtis, B.S, Mr. George Richard Bahr, B.S., M.S. Director Latin American Institution SUDCYWSOF MeI1'S HOUSUIS 5553.2 if ,fn W 7. if? DR. CLAUDE A FIKE Dean THE SCI-IOCDL OE ARTS AND SCIENCES 21 X If 1 Lis F .. .., N N .,. ..,, ... - .-:.-sv -- -:frat it i I -1 xt. '-lw'R?.'5S8 14 i f""' X l X First Row, Left to Right: Danny R. Carter, Ed Carnes, Robert Grange, Richard H. Logan, Raymond G. Bishop, Robert W. Peters, Linwood Orange, Arthell Kelly, Howard Bahr, Charles Moorman, Hilary Jones, Barbara Blansett, Eleanor Shiels, Esther Valladares. Second Row: Mary M. Harmon, Sarah S. Johnson, Jewell W. Vincent, J. Treadwell Davis, Charles R. Brent, Oats A. Paynes, C. E. Lane, Jr., William Tuchak, Claude E. Fike, John F. Nau, Mary H. Ellis, Frank W. Buckley, Carl R. Newsom. Third Row: Irmgard Zeyss, Bobby F. Dowden, Editha Neumann. Jack D. Munn, Mary Martin, B. O. VanHook, Linda Escobedo, Ben Chappell, Henry Creech, Marice Brown, J. N. Burrus, G. G. Hartwig. Fourth Row: W. W. Stout, Don H. Martin, Alton L. Hare, Samuel A. Lewis, Kenneth McCarty, Jr., H. L. Smith, Charles Payne, William H. Hatcher, Thomas Chisholm, Alice Webb, George Hurst, H. C. Dudley. Fifth Row: Bobby J. Carroll, Emery A. Kelly, David V. LeMone, A. E. Harrises, J. L. Collier, Ed.,Kelly, Jr., Porter G. Webster, James Allen, Jr., L. A. Wilber, George W. Nicholson, Bobby Alexander, Tom Watson, John Gonzales. Sixth Row: W. F. St. Clair, G. T. Crocker, Joseph Grego, William Huff, Robert Brent, James Burdett, Francis Nelson, Joseph Pate, Billy Bottoms, Nelos Breland, Richard Meyer, Howard Petty, John Drysdale. The departments of Biology, Chemistry, English and Literature, Foreign Languages, Geography, History and Government, Journal- ism, Mathematics, Military Sciences, Physics, Religion, Philoso- phy, Sociology, and Speech Arts compose the School of Arts and Sciences. Providing a broad cultural and educational experience for all University of Southern Mississippi students and making available to them specialized disciplines for major and minor fields is the purpose of the School of Arts and Sciences. To meet the general education or core requirements necessary for graduation, freshmen and sophomores, regardless of their expected majors, are enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences. This school also offers pre- medical technology, and nursing. In addition, pre-professional pro- grams may be planned for students in architecture, forestry, social work, veterinary medicine, the ministry, and other fields. The School of Arts and Sciences offers excellent training in Mathematics. -f-""'d ...nd FACULTY Students in history enjoy a lecture 'iff fi Q . ,ff about the Old South given by Dr. 4 Arthur H. DeRosier. First Row, Left to Right: Coldwell Daniel. III, Annelle Bonner. Mabel Baldwin. Frances Reck, Evelyn Ewell, Colleen Whittington, Louis Dixon, James McQuiston. Second Row: Martin Stegengh. H. C. Jackson, Wilson Ellis, Bryce D. Jordan, Vincent T. McKenna, Richard C. Vreeland. Fred- erick D. Kenamond. Dr. Joseph A. Greene. Jr.. George E. Bullard, W. P. Windham, Rector R. Hardin. Hayward G. Anderson, James W. Kelley, Martin Welding. The School of Commerce and Business Administration is or- ganized into five departments. They are: Accounting, Business Administration, Economics. Marketing, and Office Administration. The objective of the school is to educate a student through a blend of cultural knowledge. economic literacy, basic business tools. and specialived knowledge so that he may rise in the business world to the maximum of his abilities. Upon a broad coverage of courses in the arts and sciences, mathematics, economics, and gen- eral business, specialized courses in various fields to suit different objectives are superimposed. It is believed that in this manner a graduate has received enough specialized training and a broad enough education to enable him to begin work in one of the func- tional areas of business and to rise to the executive level. Office Machines is a vital part of the education of students in the School of Commerce and Business Administration. ' 2...--Q ,,,,..,......-.- - '-- I t .,-..- -4-P-'-"""""""' . i i 'SD al Xi V Nh.. 1 Mfg f THE SCI-IOGL OE COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 7-7 C CX THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY 18 'E 1 : F'-13.1 1 in h' 5' ,. ' ' 5 ' . K -,1 l X 1 JI I M , , J Q I .. : 1 ri E 2 . FN 'A 9 Students in Education and Psychology get first hand experience with jobs of the future. First Row, Left to-Right: John M. Frazier, Ray S. Musgrave, Carl L. Mc- um' ll 'J 'IIT Quagge, Eric Thurston, Ralph L. White, Ralph S. Owings, Herman Boroughs, Ray G. Bigelow, H. L. Landskov, James H. Mailey, S. L. ' lv Knight. Second Row: Howard Nesbitt, Clofford H. Hagenson, Eric Gunn, Thomas Stritch, Lamar Moody, James Thomas, Ernest Watkins, Carrolee N j Thomas, Oscar Walley, R. F. McDavid, Ernest Gurman. J, R. Switzer, il H. B. Easterling, Claude L. Campbell, Billy B. Slay, Leroy Rogers, David 1 Sohn, M. C. Johnson, Madeline Flynt. Y The School of Education and Psychology is composed of fifteen undergraduate departments, areas, and special services. These areas are: Conservation and Natural Resources, Elementary Edu- cation, Health, Industrial Arts, Library Science, Physical Educa- tion, Psychology, Recreation, Secondary Education, Therapy, Audio-Visual Education, Reading Clinic, Special Education Serv- ices, and Student Teaching. They are primarily concerned with offering courses in education and psychology required in preparing students for positions as elementary and high school teachers. For those who will pursue advanced degrees or do graduate work in the field of psychology, they give the basic training which is required in this field. The School of Education and Psychology also services the special needs of other departments of the uni- versity. These needs, in most cases, are met by professional schools T of education, psychology, physical education, health education, and recreation. TU!" FACULTY Creative arts are a vital part of the future teachers' knowledge. S I 2 Q l t - : Q fl? l ., X ft 'Wait 1 R Home Economics student aids eager youngsters with the art of hand washing. 2 , ., t f .K ,gt t 5.4 fn . -X Nut S f-T 9 t xi, Q. FACULTY C i ' ' . .1 - ,fn A ' i ' 5 f C1 C3 -tx T First Row: Left to Right: Mrs. Elsie B. Chichester. Miriam Smith. Dr. Bertha M. Fritzsche, Margaret H, Le Mone. Lois Drain. Second Row: Helen Martin Parkman. Ann Sigrest. Fannie OwinQs. Fern R, Hesson. Vera Barnett. Frances Stringer. The Division of Home Economics. organized into six depart- ments. Child Development, Clothing and Textiles. Foods and Nutrition. Marriage and Family Life. Housing' and Home Man- agement, and Home Economics Education. oflers students a wide choice of majors. A Bachelor of Science llegree may be earned in any of nine majors. and there are four choices of majors for earning a hlaster of Science Degree. ln addition. a two vear schedule which leads to a certificate is oflered for school lunch managers. Students may also earn minors in or choose electives from home economics. The curricula and courses in the Division of Home Economics are planned to emphasize the improvement of familv life. ln the Division of Home Flconomics. the student is educated for familv living and for participation in the manv professional fields related to individual. familv. and communitv living. Preparing meals is an interesting and enjoyable assignment. Ai AJ E 1 s e E A . 3 fv, 9 TI-IE DIVISION OF HOME ECONOMICS LII- ILL " , ffffiiffikhf ' , , 252 18 , fr' f",j'7f' wh: Jn, ' ffxfi-fa , uv ' ' g,34.2i,,5.,.: A ,495 ff ' if ' "fi" I '-, Y fa. , 53.5 , ,W , 432 if 2 ffwuanw' DR. RAYMOND MANNONI Dean THE SCHOOL OF FI E ARTS "v. R814-ff dy ,,,. as-nga "L.Ng'.l.alx:lxL-'ufffz ARS '-1. ."'- '..n 3 2 p.. .-., -412. ...4-,..,. .fad- . frv'-'vw n . 34,4-,' -,-,,.,.,A - 1- -.5 ,- fs. - . -p . - . ... . ...T 1 '.. Q l "Q-.W D375 5 First Row, Left to Right: Dr. Raymond Mannoni, Harry U'Donough Clarl: Dr. Karl Neumann, Harold Avery, Irving Becker, Jose L. Barrio, Dr. R. M. Longyear. Second Row: Mary Stuart Harmon, Joseph Huck, Gomer Pound, Norbert Carnovale, Raymond G. Young. Leonard Stocker, Charles E. Ambrose, William J. Moody, Raymond M. Lynch, Robert D. Hays, Dr. William Pressor, Francis Monachino, Clifford W. Reims, Frances Benner, Vernon Merrifield. The departments of Art, Music, and Music Education compose the Division of Fine Arts. The School of Fine Arts offers the talented student the opportunity to develop his talents so that he may use them to his greatest abilities for self-satisfaction and to enable him to become a part of the cultural phase of his corn- munity. Teacher certificates may be earned in both art and music. The department of art has special divisions of drawing, painting, and commercial art. The music department offers curricula in applied woodwinds, winds, piano, organ, violin and viola, string, voice, church music, music therapy, and theory and composition. The music department also sponsors the University Band, the High- landers, and several choral groups, while the art department pre- sents several fine art exhibits during the school year. Both de- partments add much to the cultural life of our university. In the school of Fine Arts figure drawing is a much enjoyed and well attended class. ,M ,ti X 0 To make sure that no grade falls be- low a "B" graduate students at USM are regular visitors at the library. .t-.-....,,,,, x' if 4? Wa w...M,, 1 JK FACULTY 1, if Graduate Council, First Row, Left to Right: Dr. Raymond Mannoni, Dr. Bertha Fritzche, Dr. Ralph Owings, Dr. John Allen, Dr. Joseph Greene. Second Row: Dr. Rector Hardin, Dr. John Gonzales, Dr. Henry Easterling, Dr. William Huff, Dr. Carl McQuagge, Dr. Lamar Moody, Dr. Harry Barker, Dr. Louis Dixon. Offering the graduate degrees of Master of Music, Master of Music Education, Master of Arts, Master of Science, Doctor of Education, and Doctor of Philosophy. the Graduate program was first established at Southern in 1947. The program was based upon firm foundations and ideals of academic excellence, scholarship. and research. To improve standards of living, to develop natural resources. to spread cultural enlightenment in our area, and to improve the teaching in Mississippi's public schools are several of the objectives of the Graduate School. To attain these objectives, the services and abilities of scholars, specialists, and research workers in various areas are necessary, Some work must be taken home. Thus the graduate student is a busy student. .f -f' ' -I THE GRADUATE SCI-IOSL i 35 .J -asv., 1 a . bf zfifgpp, F"fZ'v Q., at f.. f ,wwf-. lg 4915? 'fl h 5 if I 1-Sin-nn Keith Cobb President STUDENT GCDVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Emie Sylvester Virginia Sojourner First Vice-President Second Vice-President EXECUTIVE BRANCI-I Vivian Rushing Horace Dickerson Charles Bl'llIllfiCld Secretary Treasurer Executive Assistant fx 1-n.-no 'S-r 36 Wvif ,Am lV'l'I13?' 'W Moe Curtis Jimmy Meadows Attorney General Secretary of Calendar and Conven- tions As stated in the constitution of the Student Government Associa- tion at the University of Southern Mississippi, the functions of the organization are "to insure a continuous exchange of ideas and opinions between the students and the administration, to secure valuable training and experience in democratic self-govern- ment, to assume the fullest powers and responsibilities self-govern- ment consistent with the constitution and laws of the State of Mississippi and the policies of the president of this institution, to promote the general student welfare, and to protect the herein enumerated rights of students." Dennis Spencer Patsy Murray Secretary of Student Relations 37 Secretary of Alumni Relations PRESIDE T95 CABI ET Tormny Potter Secretary of Complaints and Adminis trative Relations Gordon Heidelburg Secretary of Publicity ' 'ff , iw' 1-sg 'fe L KS 3 18,3 .1 fr' si , 2 9' Fllnl S-A J It 'la 2 E , 'J First Row, Left to Right: Diana Labay, Charlotte Elam, Cindy Watlington, Judy jackson, Ginny Ford, Nancy Ellzcy, Selena Parker, Barbara Utsey, Keith Cobb, Nancy Hamil, Grace Smith, Sandra Jackson, Jane Merideth, Carolyn Arbuthnot, Kay Pickens, June Hinds. Second Row: Lynette Labay, Sally Smith, Ginny, Risher, Dennis Spencer, Mike Ziliak, Ed French, Clay Swanzy, Tommy Potter, Bobby Mixon, Bing Wong, james Holfacre, Chuck Cartwright, Mike Battle, Steve Wood, Jerry Roseberry, Moe Cur- tis, Bobby Pctro, George Hardy, Bob Hishon, Tommy Nance, Pam Hiatt, Vivian Rushing, Donna Dickson, Millicent Hamacher, Donna Cotita, Cookie Shutt. STUDE GOVER ME T ASSOCIATIC JUDICIAL Left to Right: Milner Wise, Alan Bizzell, ' Doug Magee, Dr. Leon Wilber, Advisor, Ronnie Young, Joyce Sanders. LEGISLATIVE The Legislative Branch of the Stud-ent Government As- sociation is responsible for coordinating all student activi- ties, budgeting and allocating funds for the Student Government Association, and enacting such legislation as may be necessary within the scope of the Student Gov- ernment Association. The four undergraduate classes and the graduate school are each entitled to one senator for each one hundred students. The presiding ofiicer in the Student Senate is the President of the SGA. Senatorial actions are subject to the approval of the administration. The highest judicial powers shall be vested in the Judicial Branch of the Student Government Association. The Student Court shall consist of five justices appointed by the President of the Student Government Association with approval of the Student Senate. The Student Court has the power to interpret the constitution, adjucate all constitutional questions, hear appeals from the Student Affairs Board, recommend suitable punishment for any student for conduct which would bring discredit upon the student himself or the college. and act as a trafhc court. S P lif , V si 4 TI-IE STA DARDS BCARD Left to Right: Vivian Rushing, Bonnie Dale, Ginny Risher, Selena Parker, Jo Ann Jens, Betty Walters, Kay New- man, Lenora Craig. ,, ,: 2 ll 5 1 ig l tr Zi a ' 'S lt 1 El' s K 1 Q! I First Row, Left to Right: Judy Jones, Eleanor DePriest, Mary Lou Reid, Mrs. Ivah O. Wilber, Gayle Green, Louise Metts, Virginia Sojourner. Second Row: Marlene Bilek, Kethleen Murphey, Sydney Loftin, Betsy An- drews, Catherine Busby, Kay Pickens, Sharon Canfield, Howard Ann Howell, Margaret Carter, JoAnn Jens. WCME 'S AFFAIRS BOARD The Womenfs Affairis Board is charged with making and administering dormitory regulations, and with re- viewing all disciplinary cases appealed to it from the dormitory councils. The Board is presided over by the Sec- ond Vice-President, a woman student, and consists of the presidents and vice-presidents of all women's housing units. The Social Standards Board consists of a chairman and two representatives of the Sophomore, Junior, and Senidr classes. The Board shall be appointed by the Women's Affairs Board the latter part of Spring Quarter. The Chairman of the Social Standards Board and its mem- bers shall meet when necessary to discuss any women student's conduct when it is in question. They will advise in the presence of the girl, the proper conduct to assume to promote women's standards on our campus. They will encourage the girls to accept their responsibilities in upholding these standards. ME 'S AEE IRS BOARD The Men's Aflairs Board is responsible for determining as the lst Vice President of the Student Government policies of the men's dormitories. It senes as a liaison be Association who serves as chairman In addition the tween the administration and the men dormitory students President of the Associated Men s Dormitory Council It is composed of the president of each dormitory as well sen es as a member of the Nlen s Affairs Board ASSOCIATED MENS DORMITORY COUNCIL First Row, Left to Right: Thomas Moore, Bill Lynam, Paul Russell, Ray Str-nnet. jerry Ross, Lee Cavrall. Sec- ond Row: David Martin Todd. Norris Wilmer Thomas. johy Simpson, Del- mas Crisp. Maxwell Allis, James Poe, Stephen Conrad Surowiecki, Ned Tra- xis, james Hancock. Brand Jenkins. A national honorary leadership society for college men, Omicron Delta Kappa, was chartered at the University of Southern Mississippi in 1954. Omicron Delta Kappa-the highest honor that can be paid a college man-recognizes and stimulates achieve- ment in scholarship, student government, athletics, social and religious affairs, publications, speech, music, and dramatics. Qualifications for membership in ODK are character, leadership, and service in campus life, scholarship, fellow- ship, and consecration to democratic ideals. , . -nu- IMI ,- Q ii l 'Er ik 'tk D904 l l 1 A i ..... l D 1 l W - l l First Row, Left to Right: Dr. Robert Brent, Dr. joseph Greene, Dr. R. R. Hardin Second Row: Ernie Sylvester, Harvy Thomas, Jr., Horace Dickerson, Keith Cobb, Doug Magee B111 Sterritt, David Moffett, Louis Haddad, Bob Hishon. WHS OMICRG DELTA KAPPA Left to Right: Joyce Sanders, Gail Hi f-N. 115 - mfr 1 1' -f"Fi""' I A-.xv . l " ' , - ,F s. fi: ,' ,' wi 'il 'N 11 if ' ' t Keel. ,175-X' A 1., 1-5 Y f. 5 3-U. - . , l'.i1'7I' it f X' 'N in M ,C irfktigv, . . t,t-LYS' wg r ff ' P' 1? 911, -5? 'ETF-FG' "'I'i."" V Q l 'I l ll Phi Delta Rho is a local society established at the Uni- versity of Southern Mississippi in 1941 to recognize scholarship, leadership, and character among senior il women. Its purpose is to emphasize scholarship and ad- mirable personal qualities of members, and to promote r noble standards of democratic living. The Dean of Women and a secret committee appointed by her select the receivers of this honor. l JJ , 'Lf' 1:91.04 if' . 0. ' ., My . . - ,af , . ,., , . , . , , , 5 . .,', 3,-5 .- f f?'fi'3'Qil'9 " QM" Lip T, f ' l' ' - . ,t I sy A 1 . ,. dv gp., 1 Q1 .-,ui il .N - 1.6 ty if Y ' Sl . W . A J m, ' Fifi V. is La A 'Y' J ,fl QE., Q V 3 'Q PA E l iii 'J fl f Q l, 1 1 I 1, Al, f , Y I .ef 5 vf . Hu -1 U-2' 1,1 A . . . t L I s g ,H f Ik rl: wink' T' L -ij-Q ,za V rt AS?"-' I N. ii x ,El .4 : A .Z Z3 pb.. Zi-- ,7f"'di " -1l.1Fy ,,. -f - ,ly-M f :d ,,.f.s.!'-'E Bonnie Purvis, sr is AQ, , . .N r 'f 3 y ,E- ' :mx 5 r fb N ffl 5 ,. Q fe. sw- y .. ' L N l n 4, 1 L l I l Alice Maw, Ginny Risher. 4 l 1 PHI 1 DELTA RHKD 42. . PI Pi Kappa Pi, national honorary scholastic fraternity, is the most demanding of all scholarship fraternities. Mem- bers must maintain a seventy percent 'LAM average for ninety consecutive hours at the University of Southern Mississippi. Numerous students may strive for membership in Pi Kappa Pi for it recognizes high scholarship in any type of study for which a recognized academic degree is au- thorized. .1 ,, H, . n sl . Sli?" LD ff'-A1 t'5'ig'i , f 5-:f'Q,h, N y KSN 'xx 5 xxxgx, tis? fr td-rf 7 , :Qggfli 1 Q s Q 5 :V 'gggyin AW Al yuh 4 ,EQiil'ih3!'l' 7 f 5 1 ,f5P21Qff. 1 , gf f lwqjxyjl 5 1 11,04 :Lf 5 ! i - -' 07 ' :Z "T I ll iv ' N' K 255i3liP,Qf. ?2slf'fp?i , i'4 2':,',: " ' 4-Ag, , sf 44124. v ifllff was' . 3195? tid keg f' ,wg . f-,N 1 ,.4.r lf: -fl'f,?'.qt,1"," 1 ic- '.t .1 ,'f5iv'i'?i5:1'i'i"5-l .1-,iw -'-,my First Row, Left to Right: Jean Havard, Linda Escobedo, Ginny Risher, Barbara Dix. Second Row: Harry Thomas, Rod johnson, Charles Buckley, Bob Hishon , 3 , Z " AQ fin, mM i KAPPA rn E l M '-as wha t V555 .i '37-If' E fb iff' M7 43 "X ,P-1 .: ffl: ifiic ' w i , ' , J... ES: ,S-LH - azgf "vw fr ,Q gg. 5 5, 9 l L' J! l 4 ,-an ri I 6 4 ' 33 3 - ' i i I First Row, Left to Right: Barbara Bilbo, Abigal Fairchild, Pamela Gray, Sandra Jackson. Carolyn Arbuthnot, Judy Stutzman, JoAnn Kasbohm, Carolyn Kay Thompson, Diantha Hodges, Gail Hill, Mrs. Ivah O. Wilber. Second Row: Bettie Carolyn McGowen, Jeanie Weathersby, Judy Robertson, Linda Rainwater, Janice Smyth, Linda Marble, Arlene Frazier, Linda Gail Noisworthy, Patsy Barrow, Janet Cook, Lenora Craig. Sylvia Fenn, Jerry Hall. Barbara Dix, Katherine Bynum, Kay Colson, Caroline Dean, Lynn Walton, Sally Patterson. ALPHA LAMBDA DELT PHI ETA SIGMA Front Row, Left to Right: Charles Engbarth, David K. Carter, Emil A. Langhans, Rod Johnson, Joe Ritchie. Second Row: Tommy Jones, Ircel C. Harrison, Jr., Greg Snelgrove, Bill Bounds, Dennis Jones, Charles R. Buckley, Bob H'ishon, Dr. James R. Switzer. UWA 99 5, 44 Alpha Lambda Delta is a na- tional honorary society for freshman women. To encourage and to recognize high scholastic achievement among freslunan women is the purpose of Alpha Lambda Delta which was char- tered at the University of South- ern Mississippi in 1957. The requirement for member- ship in Alpha Lambda Delta is a 3.5 grade average. Phi Eta Sigma is the parallel honorary society for freshman men. As in Alpha Lambda Delta, the requirement for membership in Phi Eta Sigma is a 3.5 average. To encourage and reward scho- lastic attainment of freshman men in institutions of higher learning is the aim of Phi Eta Sigma. In 1950 a chapter of Phi Eta Sigma was chartered on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi. 'f 2 ? 1 M 45?-. "1-:QQ aw -A S Q ., N 94,11 ' , H V Q, LJ. W up .Nj-Q m + . is 0 .. Y sb M" '-Q " m 6' iw' 1 1- Mn, , V' . 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S . ., ' wa, , N -M - f-ff' K :www-69 1 D J me nfl 2 v !A ma 5-bgwm 'plmwz 7' 2 .1 I E: vet air' .9 Q , ,, Xa 42: '- : ,,., 9 , f N ,C yugo i X ff 1 0 WW IQ., Ham , .f S S WW M W, Mm fwmwwwmmmhn fWS2ffwwmww1.?,V A, gmmwkvna ".?2:e,n , wus S51 ,E Aw 1:1 iw wxvwmwg, W ' W www 2' W fu vr Wx 1 N, S? 3 fi 45 THE CLASSES , in X., gl .1 it .K Q, 5, M, u , I 31 .,.f4.' ff M' 52 3-gnc? A A-.,, .kt 1 I A 5 'sf it 522 ,. gi' lx ,V -JK, YL? '?' ' ' v .V + ' '- f , . X2 'KW I ' I" a s I 1 1 it I Q? V fa: - j lm, , . 'i"v1r,- W fr' ry , Y fe f x A ' g. 3 'ff ' 1 l Senior Class Favorites: Lamar jackson i . I Y s 5 fs I and Barbara I I . I I 5 SENIGR CLASS OFFICERS AN VORITES ,H a N, A Utsey. I 1, I, ' , fr Senior Class Officers, Left to Right: Ann Burnham. Secretary: Ned Travis. Vice-Presidentg Doug Magee. President: Luke Sehissel. Treasurer. , . i X 1 I f . I I f' 'I .gawk In ' . 5 f. I , rs w ' :LJ-1. 1 R 2 ai? I ,VI 4 I Q , 1 I -Q- N , . Let I , ag I I is.-,wh .H fn...- wax, I n. 'S' 4 I S 'n 'X I I I I ADNAN ABDEEN .................... Damascus, Syria Accounting and Business Management I I President, International Relations Clubg Pan-Amencan Associationg Delegate, SCOPE, Alpha Epsilon Alpha . CARLON B. ACUFF ......... . ...... Pensacola, Florida Industrial Management. Pen and Swordg Delta Sigma Pi 3 President, Society for Advancement of Management. . FRANK J. ADAMS . . . . . . . .Fort Walton Beach, Florida Music Education Kappa Kappa Psig Phi Mu Alphag Sinfonia . ' FRED R. ADAMS .......:..................Mer1dxan Sociology II WILLIAM A. ADCOX, JR. ........... ..... P icayune General Science . GERALDINE ADKISON ................. Moss Point Library Science Alpha Lambda Deltag Kappa Delta Pi . LARRY L. AINSWORTH ................. Taylorsville Biology FRANCES E. ALDERMAN ....... .... S tringer Mathematics III ALTON T. ALDRIDGE ................ ....... P etal Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi LEMMIE L. ALDRIDGE ................. Hattiesburg Business Administration ELIZABETH JANE ALEXANDER ...... . . . .Vicksburg Psychology University Singers: Dormitory Councilg "Merry Wives of Windsonf' "The Student Prince." CECIL R. ALLEGREZZA .............. ..... J acksorn Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon IV CAROL E. ALLEN, KA ....................... Tupelo Music Education Mu Phi Epsilong Tau Beta Sigmag Band Officers Dormitory Officer: USM Concert Bandg Wind Ensemble. JAMES W. ALLEN, CPKT .................. Hattiesburg Business Administration ROBERT G. ANCONETANI, KE . .Vineland, New Jersey Government Management Varsity Tennis Teamg Newman Clubg Delta Sigma Pig "M" Clubg Proctor, Men's Donnitoryg Who's Who. BETTY SUE ANDERSON ..................... Laurel Physical Education President, Secretary, Women's Physical Education Club V BETTY J. ANDRESS .............. Andalusia., Alabama English Treasurer, Tau Beta Si mag USM Band: Southern Players: "Okla- homa," "Damn Yanieesf' "The Elves and the Shoemaker." LARRY C. ANGLIN ........................... Bruce Business Administration CHARLES R. ASSAF, ATU ................... Jackson Business Administration Freshman Senator, Sophomore Senator, Social Chairman, Alpha Tau 01110833 Corresponding Secretary, Aisha Tau Omegag Rho Epsilon, Yellowjac ets. GLEN C. AULTMAN .................... Hattiesburg VI JAMES H. AYCOCK, KA ........ .. .... Hattiesburg Science Newman Club MARTHA O. BAGGETT ............ Jackson, Alabama l i . Elementary Education Dixie Darlmgsg Tau Beta Sigmag Concert Band RICHARD T. BAILEY ................... Hattiesburg Accounting FRANK A. BAKER ............... .... I tta Bena VII SANDRA G. BAKER, 11134: ........... ..... M eridian Business Administration Biology Elementary Education Panhellenic Representative RICHARD D. BALIUS, Acacia. . .... . . . . . . . . . . . .Biloxi , Accounting' MPM Epsilon Alpha, Social Chairman, Acaciag President, Acacia. PATRICIARBALL ...... ....................Laurel Elementary Education SANDRA BALLARD ................. . ..... Fayette Biology Beta Beta Beta ,3 ,-- A ' Y'--A YZ? 2 in 5 " """ X . V 2' .gk hw 'Zi '97 1' if lL ,-..-. 44" J .sr ,t 1 ' , K A-x 3 ,ur if X i .Il x-A F A f PM l"'c'b WJ' ,A QT' in-' or--' ar' 1-F? S E I O R I ALTON G. BANKSTON ...................... Laurel History JAMES M. BARBAREE ........ Union Springs, Alaba.ma Zoology Secretary, "M" Clubg Football Lettermang Treasurer, Pi Tau Chig Beta Beta Beta. GLEN W. BARBER ................ Cottondale, Florida Biology WILLIAM E. BARKSDALE ...... .......... M eridia.n Marketing II JOSEPH H. BARNETT .................... Duck Hill Chemistry Debate Teamg Beta Beta Beta TOMMIE W. BARRON ............ . .Mobile, Alabama Management Southern Sports Car Clubg Circle-K Club CHIPPY BARTON .................... Crystal Springs Music Education Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Pride of Mississippi Band THOMAS G. BARTON ............. Pensacola, Florida Accounting Alpha Epsilon Alpha III WILLIAM D. BASSETT ........ ..... Ra leigh Chemistry CHADWICK BATES ......................... Liberty Mathematics Debate Teamg Pi Kappa Deltag Scabbard and Blade THOMAS H. BATES ........................ Liberty Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi THEODORE BECHTEL ................ Ocean Springs General Science IV FRANK L. BELL, KA .............. Pensacola, Florida Accounting President, Kappa Alphag Collegiate Civitang Newman Clubg House Manager, Kappa Alphag Alpha Epsilon Alpha SAM A. BELLA, JR., ATU ............ Arabi, Louisiana Physical Education Varsity Football Team, Newman Club JANE M. BENNETT, AEA .................... Jackson Elementary Education NARSH D. BENSON ..................... Hattiesburg Mathematics Pen and Swordg Kappa Mu Epsilong Alpha Epsilon Alpha V LINDA K. BENTLEY, 'PM .................. Enterprise Home Economics Education Secretary, Vice-President, and President, Home Economics Clubg Librarian, Treasurer. Phi Mug Program Planning Committee. Wesley Foundation MARIE E. BERGERON. EEE . ......... . .. .... Natchez Elementary Education Treasurer, Sigma Sigma Sigma: Newman Clubg National Education Association JAMES A. BERRY ............... Panama City, Florida Marketing JOHN R. BISHOP ........................ Hazelhurst Business Administration Chancellor, Delta Sigma Pi VI SANDRA K. BLACKLEDGE .......... .... La urel Elementary Education National Education Association BARBARA G. BLAINE .................... Hazlehurst Business Education Phi Chi Thetag Baptist Student Union LYNDA G. BLANTON ..................... Vicksburg ' Home Economics Education Home Economics Club, Baptist Student Fellowshipg YMAQ Baptist Student Union Greater Councilg Choir. EARL B. BLESSEY ............................ Biloxi Music Education Kappa Kappa Psig Newman Clubg Sinfonia ' VII JAMES L. BLOODWORTH, HKA ............ Jackson Business Administration House Manager, Historian, Pi Kappa Alpha CHARLES E. BOBO, K2 ..................... Lorman Business Administration FREDERICK H. BOLDEN, JR. .MeyersdaJe, Pennsylvania Mathematics ANDREA M. BOND, EEE .......... Bogalusa, Louisiana I I English Prjesident, 'I'reasurer, Sigma Sigma. Sigmag Student National Educa- tion Associatxong Wesley Foundation, Univexsity Union Activities. I GAYE D. BOND .................. Metairie, Louisiana Physical Education I GILES W. BOND, JR. .................... Hattiesburg History and Political Science TOMMY G. BOND ........................... Bruce Science , FAY BOOKER, ZTA .............. Evergreen, Alabama Home Economics Education II DALE C. BOTKIS, KE . . . 1 ...... Schenectady, New York Hlstorv I Freshman Cheerleaderg Dormitory Counselor, Varsity Cheerleader, Yellow jacketsg Activities Editor, SOUTHERNER,' Newman Clubg Interfra- ternity Council. ALVIN K. BOURGEOIS . . ....... . . ...... . .Waveland Architectural Drafting LINDA E. BOVAY ........................ Vicksburg French Pi Delta Phi JOE G. BOWEN ........................ . . .Jackson Biology and Psychology III CARLOS L. BOYTE ........................ Natchez Industrial Arts STEVE W. BRACKINS .......... .... C restview, Florida Chemistry Secretary-Treasurer, American Chemical Society Student Affiliates DOUGLAS E. BRADFORD .................... Laurel Geology President, Geology Club GLYNN A. BRADSHAW ..... ......... .... L I berty Industrial Arts IV LYDIA G. BRADSHAW, AZ ............ Mineola, Texas lournalism Officer, Delta Zetag DormitorZ'J.Monitorg Society Editor, Student rzntz. THADDEUS R. BRADY, JR., KA . . . ....... Gulfport Psychology Secretary, Interfraternity Council SYLVIA D. BRELAND ...................... Wiggins Microbiology Baptist Student Uniong Baptist Student Union Executive Council. WESLEY M. BRELAND ..................... Brooklyn Accounting V JAMES D. BRIDGE .................. Mobile, Alabama Mathematics ,IOANN BRISTER ........................ Brookhaven Elementary Education Student National Education Associationg Greater Council, Baptist Student Fellowshipg Baptist Student Uniong YWAQ View Hurd Staff THOMAS E. BRISTER .................... Pascagoula Economics JOHN P. BROCK ................ .... M cComb Psychology VI STEPHEN R. BROOKS .............. Bushnell, Florida Industrial Arts Footballg Student National Education Association EUPLE K. BROOM ...................... Moss Point Elementary Education FRANK D. BROWN ............... Flomaton, Alabama Business Administration Union Chorusg Baptist Student Uniong Society for the Advancement of Management HILTON K. BROWN ............... . . .Hattiesburg s Biology VII CHARLES T. BRUMFIELD ................ iGulfport ' Business Administration Executive Assistant, Student Govemment Associationg Studentffsenatorg President, Collegiate Civitang Secretary, Delta Sigma Pig"'Yellow jacketsg Wesley Foundation, Men's Affairs Board. CAROL F. BRUMMETI' ..... .Jackson Home Economics Education ' Reporter, Home Economics Club: Baptist Student Union LARRY P. BRYAN .............. . ...... . . .Noxapater Psychology MARGARET A. BRYANT .................. Columbus English Baptist Student Union Executive Councilg President, Student National Education Association. I DALE R. BUCHANAN, UKA .................. Jackson Psychology President, Pi Kappa Alpha Pledge Classy Psychology Club CHARLES R. BUCKLEY ................ Hattiesburg Religion and Philosophy Pi Kappa Pi, Phi Eta Sigmag Kappa Mu Epsilong Omicron Delta Kappa Outstanding Freshman Awardg Co-Captain, ROTC Rifle Teamg Whois Who JOHN M. BUCKLEY ........................ Jackson Accounting Alpha Epsilon Alpha WILLARD R. BUFFINGTON ..... Grove Hill, Alabama Physical Education Baseball Teamg "M" Club II KAY M. BULLARD ................ Pensacola, Florida Elementary Education MARTHA N. BULLOCK ................... Columbia Home Economics . ' Home Economics Clubg Baptist Student Union PAUL C. BURKE ........................ Pascagoula Religion and Philosophy RAE M. BURKETT ...................... Hattiesburg Elementarv Education III ANN BURNHAM, X9 ....................... Brandon Elementary Education I l Baptist Student Uniong Student National Education Assocrationg Secre- tary, Senior Class, Top Twenty Beauty. DELORES E. BURNS, KA ................. Hattiesburg Elementary Education JOHN M. BURSON .................... Dallas, Texas Music Education USM Marching Bandg Historia-irzicglrgfoniag Wind Ensemble, Yellow LOWELL M. BURVANT ................. Hattiesburg Management Delta Sigma Pi IV BERKELEY BUSH, ATU .............. Mobile, Alabama Business Administration Treasurer, Alpha Tau Omega Pledge Class LINDA A. BUSH .............................. Moss Business Education Phi Chi Thetag Baptist Student Union CHARLES NOLON BUSH, KZ ................ Laurel Speech and Marketing THAD M. BUSH .............. New Orleans, Louisiana Accounting V BERNIECE A. BUTLER ................... Meadville Physical Education Student National Education Msociationg Wesley Foundation Officer. Womenls Physical Education Club ELEANOR BYNUM, AEA ........ . .......... Ellisville .,..,.,. K, Elementary Education Scholarship 'f:Ghairman, Song Directorg Alpha Sigma Alpha: Baptist .f'fStudentVUnion,G,reater Council i ' ' I JACKIE 'MBYRD .... . ........ .....MeLam A, , Mathematics , ' I H f " Outstanding Freshman in Military History f 'T LORELEI C. CADWELL, 'PM ........ FBIFIIODVC, Alabama 1 Physical Education Social fChairman, Phi Mug Oiiicer, Dixie Darlingsg.Modern Dance Clubg Wornen's Physical Education Clubg All Campus Musical L. - CALCOTE .............. . . .Wesson , Mathematics ' r JAMES? H. CAMERON ............. 4 . ...... Meridian Physical Education and Recreation s, I - BARBAsRA.llC.fCAMPBELL ...... Tarpon SpringS, Florida 3 A Biology -f S 1. . X Beta Beta Beta - ELEANORIIA.-CAMPBELL, KA . .......... . .Canrqn T, f ' A Elementary Education ' Q Student' National Education Associations: Officer, Kappa Deltaw-. VII . , S y , LYLE CANNON ... ..... J ..... P. . .. . 9 . L'.Laurel I 'f Home Economics Education ', 'V ' 1 .QM Home Economics,Club' 1 , , . . - 'Q JOE R. CAPPS .... . ....... . .... . . . :.:,..,.Long Bpach 4 1 ' .Mathematics W ' U woomgow R. CARGO ..... .. :.Q.155s5c1rr-isrian j- Historv E ,I , Canterbury Club EDWIN-M: CARGILL, JR, . . c. . . . . ..... Hattiisburgy 1i.lT,i i '- - Chemistrv g c , , 'f r 1fl.,g1gg,-eg, American Chemical society f . as MZ", I ANN CARR .......................... .... L aurel Mathematics Kappa Mu Epsilon: Newman Club LINDA W. CARTER ................... Elementary Education MILTON L. CARTER ............... . . .Pascagoula Industrial Management ' TROY H. CARTER ...................... Hattiesburg Music Education . . . Woodville II HAROLD R. CHANDLER ................ Hattiesburg Physics and Mathematics NICK CHEATHAM ...................... Yazoo City Architectural Drafting JOHN R. CHEEKS ........................ Ellisville Elementary Education National Education Association: University Singers . JAMES T. CHISHOLM ...................... Summit Industrial Arts III GERALD W. CHRESTMAN, UKA . . Psychology CARLA SUE CLARK .................... Brookhaven Home Economics Education LEWIS CLARK, KA ...................... Hattiesburg Commercial Art Officer, Kappa Alpha ED CLARKE, HKA ................ ....... J ackson Accountin2' I U President. Pi Kappa Alpha: Vice-President, University Activity Com- mittee: Delta Sigma Pig Interfraternity Council: Alpha Epsilon Alplla IV VICKY A. CLARKE ................ .... W oodville Business Education Baptist Student Union . . .Batesville JOANN CLEVELAND ................... . . .Summit Business Education Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Chi Theta: Baptist Student Fellowship: Student National Education Association: Pi Omega Pi. THOMAS E. CLIFFORD .............. Mississippi City Accounting Alpha Epsilon Alpha ANN CLOUD ....................... .... V icksburg Business Education V DAVID KEITH COBB .......... ...... C alhoun City Accounting Pr esident, Student Government Association: President, Junior Class: President. Delta Sigma Pi: Who's Who: Alpha Epsilon Alpha: Omicron Delta Kappa: Outstanding Freshman Award: Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Kappa Pig Collegiate Civitiang SCOPE. ANTHONY C. COCCO, KA ............ Miami, Florlda Biology , .,.,-ff EDWIN H. HQOCHRAN ........ ,,1Y,..-s 4 4 '.'.A .,Bil05Ci ,,...ffe""""' . 5- -"' Mathematics' f' ff Treasurer,-Pen 'and Sword , ' VW. COCHRAN, 'PKT . Q . . -, - QL. '. . . . i.WigginS P. ' ' ,Elementary Education ' . ..,......-- ,-f-. 4 Publicity -'Dir'Eotor, Phi QKappa Tau: Baptist' sfiiiisiir iUnion':s. President. I 'I State SEA gfyf----275'-I-'ffff'-"?,.i' i 1 N -' " .lf-,Tuffy ii . ..... I .Greenville 'UW' I , 'History? ' ' H A " -i f"'mi' 3,0--.m.,.., Alternate Pariiiielleriiciv.Delegate, Recommendation Chairman. President. Delta Del'ta Delta: Historian, Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Alpha Theta: "l' " -ck i Dormitory Monitor: Annual Staff. JAG-rare COHRON ....... ., .... ,. . . . . zz . . .Utiss 1 General ,Speech-. . ' i fpEii9,S?,HPs,,-Qhlaigrgtajiqf,Baptist Student Union:-. Southern Players' Ap- SgudentbUnion Gregg Corarsilg Devotional Chair- " J '',sitfisgiiiitf-T5555,553:igfg,,"il,, ifrijan, ormitoiry: ' cer, ,. 1 i 'T ' S f:E,iff4fI:'FQKi1ZJs.Msgooxe, :Asssis . ...... . .. . J. .osriimbis i is i ' -. -M-'-"',-i + .-rf, " "1 ' ' ' 'if if fi .ii I , A Geology S . A V . Ygllwi' ,JacltetsgijVicejPresident,'Secretary.: Geology Club: Hohse Man- iaas1Tx:iQQ,2gE.?,,Aagevr:, ,Acacia diiw Fratern1ty::RO'IlC Rifle 'Tea1n:vROTC Battalion Staff. E. ....... 1. . . . . . . l'. . , .i .... Hattiesburg ' ,Horne Economics' if , 1 Fay ek- 1, 3 if 2-'CMROLINE 'A.iCOLLINS,f AAA ...Q... . . . olive VBranch ,-iwfia,-.1.' VY l . 3- -Ai 3541! A ,V Busrness.Educat1on K T ' JK,-,P-hrg .,,l1rA'i.Thetag. Newman Club: ,College Union Activities Board: it? f,, :ZZ '1 ,fe Officer, 'Delta' " Delta Deltag L-A 5, ,A - P -i p wssglgrslgaarifs ,COMFORT . 1 .P .P 5 . -4 gg . . .Long Beach bug, '.f.i -'Library Science , iv?-,maZsZe+B1Ol3pjEig:G0'NNELL .......... - ...... . . . ,Collins I V ,. , ,. V i"1i 1' 2 'P LQU Meadville sa-m'.a..,. . ..,s........-- .. I . . BICBQEY- Alpha Epsiion""Del1a: "" University Singers: Baptist Student Union i -s'Greaten .. Councrlhgmn Dormitory Ogcer. . ..., MWNQWQM.. SE IOR Af' if 't'!.'.I f' sv-'fi ' We a- . if Q' A 3211 'mi V WV Y rg-X-s. 'i if X we 'QT' QB' 'wtf won Y f "' 3 cpu, is ' - .qt was as., YW 1-ef-s Z N gf ,105 mfs 5' s11""F i f ii.i,,., L .E X. -tis.. gt Y 'WX YT" 'Wx X' s X , 0 if A f difwni , af, .. r A live-Q? . dit me 'ttf' ' f y I qgmnv 'A W , Q5 QQ qw A 'Uh 6, . 4 -pee-ery P"'Nl "Bitzi u"f""" 13' ir?" flh- Q Q-sag Rf SE R I GARY COOPER ......................... Lumberton Business Administration FRED J. COPLEY, KZ ......... Fort Lauderdale, Florida Marketing JANICE CORBAN ......................... Meadville Elementary Education COURTNEY E. COWAND .............. Bay St. Louis Elementary Education II THEODORE R. COYLE, JR. .... Towanda, Pennsylvania Physics Tau Kappa Epsilon JAMES P. CRAFT .......................... Raleigh Chemistry American Chemical Society Student Affiliate SARAH F. CREW ....................... Hattiesburg Theatre Alpha Psi Omega: Southern Players: Baptist Student Union: Baptist Student Fellowship MARTHA R. CROSTHWAIT, QM .... Osceola, Arkansas Speech Therapy Pledge Trainer, Phi Mu: Civic Chairman, Dormitory TIM CROSWELL ........ . . . . . . ..... Philadelphia History MOE CURTIS, K2 ................. Pensacola, Florida Government and History President, Freshman Class: President, Sophomore Class: Sophomore Class Favorite: Senator: Vice-President, Kappa Sigma: REW Com- mittee: President, Young Democrats, President's Cabinet, Student Government Association BERT A. DALE ............................. Wiggins Business Administration BONNIE J. DALE, KA ...................... Prentiss Elementary Education President, Kappa Delta: Homecoming. Court: Second Vice-President. Student Government Association: Who's Who. CHARLES E. DALEY, JR., ETP! .......... . . .Jackson Architectural Design Iota Lambda Sigma: Baptist Student Union: Proctor. Domiitory: Student Christian Federation MICHAEL G. DlAMICO, KE ....... Passaic, New Jersey Business Administration Newman Club GERALD H. DANIEL ..................... Greenville Biolozv Baptist Student Union Greater Council: President, Pi Tau Chi: National Student Representative. JAMES N. DAVIS, III, KA ,........ ......... M cComb Business Administration Rush Chairman, Kappa Alpha: Greek God: Honor Pledge. Kappa V MARY ANN DAVIS ............... ..... P erkinston Art Education Kappa Pi: National Education Association Alpha RONNIE DAVIS . . . ...................... Pascagoula Economics Delta Sigma Pi WILLIAM D. DAY ........................ Hazlehurst A Business Administration t Delta Sigma Pi: Men's Affairs Board: Proctor, Dormitory JULIA M. DEAS ................. Cotfeeville, Alabama ' Elementary Education Wesley Foundation VI TONY B. DEFRANCO, AT9 ...... Paterson, New Jersey Physical Education BYRON F. DENNIS ......................... Jackson Business Administration Rho Epsilon JOHN T. DERRYBERRY ................. Brookhaven Business Administration Baptist Student Union: Economics Society DUANE M. DIAZ ........................ .... B iloxi VII DONALD A. DICK ............ . . ...... . . .Magnolia History Publicity Chairman, Baptist Student Union HORACE DICKERSON .... . . . ........... Brookhaven g h Accounting' President. Omicron Delta Kappa: President, Yellow Jackets: Who's Who:.Treasurer, Student Government Association: Vice-President. Collegiate Cnntan: Alpha- Epsilon Alpha: Ba tist Student Union: Dormitory Proctor: SCOPEP SARALYN DICKERSON ........ . ........ Waynesboro Speech Education College Union Activities Board: Dormitory Officer JAMES W. DICKSON, KA . . ........ Pensacola, Florida Business Administration and Marketing Freshman Class Favorite: Pi Sigma Epsilon: "M" Club: Baseball Letterman Accounting I BARBARA A. DIX, AAA .................. Waynesboro Elementary Education Secretary, Alpha Lambda Deltag Pi Kappa Pig Oflicer, Delta Delta Delta, Executive Secretary, SCOPE, Freshman Counselor, SOUTHERNER Staffg Senatorg Baptist Student Union GERALDINE E. DIXON .................. Taylorsville Business Administration U Phi Chi Thetag Baptist Student Union JEAN DODSON .......................... Harperville Elementary Education Baptist Student Uniong Baptist Student Fellowship, YWA. i ALFRED T. DONNELLAN ..................... Biloxi General Science II DONALD G. DOOLITTLE ........ . . .Slate Springs Psychology Psychology Club CHARLES E. DORTCH, ZX ....... ..... J ackson Historv CHRISTINE DOWDLE, X9 ................ Columbus Home Economics Corresponding Secretary, Chi Omegag Home Economics Clubg Bap- tist Student Union. JESSE D. DRAKE ........................... Jackson History President, Married Student Associationg Vesper Choirg Choral Uniong Delegate, SCOPEg "The Merry Widowi' and "Die Flader Mouse," III THOMAS W. DUDLEY, HKA ..... Wyandotte, Michigan Business Administration Vice-President. Secretary, Delta Sigma Pig Secretary, Pi Kappa Alpha Pledge Class: Treasurer, Pledgemaster, Pi Kappa Alpha BARBARA A. DUNAWAY ......... Bogalusa, Louisiana Elementary Education BELVERY L. DUNCAN .................. Philadelphia Elementary Education EARL L. DUNCAN ...................... Hattiesburg Opera Workshop History Pen and Sword IV WARREN K. DUNN ............ ..... J ackson Recreation BILLY M. DUNNAM ............. . . .Meridian Accounting Alpha Epsilon Alpha CHARLES W. DYKE .............. Richmond, Virginia History Pen and Sword ISAAC J. DYKES ................ .... M onticello Mathematics V DORIS F. EARLEY .......................... Maben Speech First Place, Gulf States Speech Festival ROGER L. EASTERLING ..................... Broom Business Administration RALPH EDWARDS, JR. ................... Ridgeland Business Administration Rho Epsilon: Representative, Interfraternity Business Council CHARLOTTE H. ELAM, KA .............. Hattiesburg Recreation Dream Girl, Pi Kappa Alpha: Senatorg Officer, Kappa Deltag Model Pledge, Kappa Deltag Top Twenty Beauty VI CHARLES A. ELLIOT .................. ...... B iloxi I Music Education Stage Bandg Concert Bandg Sinfoniag Kappa Kappa Psi BETTY J. ELLZEY .......... . . . . ........... Kokomo I Elementary Education Dormitory Oflicerg Student National Education Association BARBARA R. ELMORE, EEE ................. .Laurel English Alpha Lambda Delta LARRY W. ENLOW .................. .... I uka Architectural Drafting VII LINDA K. ESCOBEDO . . . . . . . . ...... . . . . .Hattiesburg P, K P. B S Mathematics 131713313 e21UtYiCCU1,K MEilgS t-T - urer, Physicis Clubg Alphae Elgsilonapiglimhagu wewn'.ia:Et:?'Sw:::i- heart, Collegiate Civitan Club, Newman Club JOHN E. ESHELMAN . .. ......... Riverside, California History Pen and Sword THOMAS G. ESTES, JR. .................... Natchez n Accounting Alpha Epsilon Alphag Yellow Jacketsg Delegate, SCOPE H. L. EUBANKS, JR. ......... . . . . . . . . . ...... Ellisville i Business Administration Society for Advancement of Management SE IO uf'w My 4'-lx 'li- 'Q 'fav I vii' R M.. ,av 15 I' Ot f, , ,ru-aug., ,wg '51 , I , vfat inns 6 f MV' ,y-31.4 1, f gy issfivl 'Wx 085. bn' it fe- 'hw 'E nas-,, wq"""9 .. ag, A A ,gum- , 'ilk ir 0,4-' gi' . " es. we VKX an X I LAWSON E. EVANS, III .............. . . . .PaSCag0ula Delta Sigma Pig Circle K Marketing I GRACE A. EVERETT ....................... Hickory Business Administration CHARLENE H. EZELL, AAA .............. Hattiesburg Elementary Education , Student National Education Associationg Wesley Foundation MARTHA A. FAIRCHILD ................ Woodville f Business Administration Alpha Lambda Deltag Mississippi Business Education Association: Q Editor, Phi Chi Thetag Dormitory officer. I 4 II , LYNDA F. FAIRLEY, EEE ....... . . . ...... Moss Point , Elementary Education , Officer, Sigma Sigma Sigma ANGELO R. FALASCA, KZ . . . . . .V1neland, New Jersey History President, Interfraternity Council: House Manager, Kappa Sigma: Who's Whog Associate Editor, Greek Editor, SOUTHERNERJ President, Pi Sigma Society. SCOPE. , CAROLYN S. FALASCA ........ Margarita, Canal Zone Medical Technology NANCY S. FARRELL, 222 ............ Tampa, Florida Art Education 1 Kappa Pi III I LIONEL E. FARRIS, HKA .......... Metairie, Louisiana Marketing Delta Sigma Pi BRENDA C. FELDER ........... . ......... Tylertown Elementary Education i Student National Education Associationg Wesley Foundation WILLIAM J. FELDER ....................... Liberty History I JODIE F. FERGUSON ..................... Ruleville English Dormitory Oflfncerg Phi Chi Thetag- Student National Education As- sociation IV I PRENTISS J. FERGUSON ................... Natchez Accounting l GEORGIA A. FILLINGHAM ....... Fairhope, Alabama Music Education USM Marching Bandg USM Orchestrag Guard, Tau Beta Sigma: Historian, President Mu Phi Epsilon JANE M. FLEMING ................... .... S cooba . Business Administration Secretary, Westminster Fellowship I i JOHN A. FLETCHER ..................... Vancleave General Business V A-A, . PATSY A. FLINT ......... ........... . '. .Philadelplbfo Home Economics Education' 3 SHARON A. FOLEY ......... ................ Laurelg Art 1 R, JAMES L. roRN1-:A ...... ..... vamado, Louisia?1'3'f.-X'Y'e ...FgiILC- Arts - rj I. C. FORTENBERRY. ......... :,:.."'f-5'-rr-3-f..?.CeSrlumbia , Politica1,A.Sc1engLg.annQ5Aee'JgtIn't1ng fm :xi,2?4fs.i RM' ,.W.i----A K' l' y., -. ij-Rf. wi XIX 'IJ Q 3 is A as 1fQ'f,-i2Q4Z1:jL-A A Alzjiiigtirl P. -FOSTER,'jR. .... : ...... Mobile, Alabama A-Af' A 1 Architectural Drafting SUSANIQD.-FOSTER . . . .-s.. . .Fort Walton ,BeaQl3,,Flo'rida f I O Recreation ' K ,fSIQ??'-if NICK FQT ......x'.-....f... WI. .f...Biloxi i 7. . Accounting , . QW.. ROBERT B. FOUNTAIN ..... Meridian i ,. Fi ,L General, Sflience s - f '1 1321? Wei T32-f-'AQZKHQPQ Dslfe.1?ff- I, gf" .. 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GIBSON ........ . ........... Moss Point Music Education 1 Southern Singersg Alumnae Secretaryg Mu Phi Epsilong Choral Uniong MENCQ Opera Workshop ANITA F. GILBERT . ........... I ............. Secretarial Studies Secretary, Phi Chi Thetag Vice-President, Phi Chi -Theta: College Union Activities Boardg Wesley Foundationg American Guild of Organists .Laurel MILDRED J. GILES ...................... Hattiesburg Elementary Education CAROLYN L. GILL ........................ Brandon Elementary Education Baptist Student Union Executive Council III DOYLE L. GILLMAN .......... .. .Milton, Florida Sociology ROBERT F. GLAZAR ...................... Meridian Business Administration JAMES D. GOFF ................. Cantonment, Florida Management CAROLE J. GOODGAME ..................... Laurel Business Education Kappa Delta Pig Wesley Foundationg Dormitory Council IV SANDRA L. GOODWIN .................... Picayune Elementary Education Baptist Student Uniong Student National Education Association: Dor- mitory Officer BETTY P. GRAVA ......................... McComb Elementary Education Student National Education Association JANE GRAVES .............................. JHCkSOl'1 Library Science Baptist Student Union Executive Council BILLY G. GRAY ......................... Pelahatchie Physical Education V LINDA F. GRAY ................ ........ M cLaurm Biology WAYNE M. GRAY, Acacia ............ Albany, Georgia Business Administration Treasurer, Acacia ARTHUR L. GRIDER, JR. ........... .... M eridian , ..,. .., , Spanish BV. GRIFFIN, AZ .................... Indianola Home Economics '.i1'iff51.i1?.'2ffEIEonomics Club: Standards Chairman, Recording Secretary. re5ident. ,Delta Zeta: Treasurer, Patriotic American Youth: 'mwmifgggigjouthern HB0rgadgasterS: University Activities Board .,.x A 'I l ACTOR T' if """' . ' .,VV , V V V. , .X DOROTI-IX JEAN GRIFFIN, X9 ........ '. L . .Pascagoula i' 'T' "t' V 'r-'f:B'i0I0gYf'i.,,M. . Beta Betzi.-BetagWQollege"iAEtiWties -Committee: Clioigkilgiifilnion JOE M. GRIE F-fNQ1KA"'2 iff.i.'1r'QfJ2-fiffff Q 71. . "'iS'il4f'Q.3NIeridian 91 e A A-A A Aefilgziizsszs11.11armaniangfs' i HURLEY. H. GRIFFING ...... 1 L12 j:fgaig??5g'kQCanton it 4-TLV Architectural Diiilitlll-gr., I13fggfim jQ"m""rn 5 sf: gjiagtilgsonyille, Florida rrse N sage sl, ft 3 . 1- VII ' ' Q E L3 L. ijliffes w GRIMSLEY Rgnslgvggl 'Florida Busmesigg' 1 ? , gi B1 Tiesfiient Rho-IEpsilon'f Kice' i' 4. : '5 s !'r Council EIA: G IST 511 VI "'1f . ' ili -' fl .,, . .Bruce ., .,.,,,' ,i.,1.f' 'A A liege- at .r.e fihifuiwt-K .. u 4 ETST BKT? V5.1 . . ..Bi10xi G0 175' 4-f-s-at--tg, W 'W 5' V' 'f . IXLT7-l , . .,,. , ,. .. ,. , . , nisrffgj 2. fTf1.Q.'T'?.... "Ei V " - wir ,,,.a'x y ---- , "jgg"""T A 5, l g fi if -iq 1 1- Zag g ..., A 5 .2-2 jimi tm? "t"'ff'3'W 5 - 4 , ru- f nw- .1 ., . ' Q 'n v :S gf' ,'v.," fr it ,M -. V mf , --N, g h L, i ..-M A WV, , T- 1. .I J . .-... f 5 ,V,.' ., . .,.. 3, --. kson Y MW .l-di, : 4 wi X , . :.::l::: 1:11. , ..::iL.Q.'.411g.:1hi'.L' . i " , r. rw-1-.1 1'- 'Tiff ' " '-fb - M' iw- .,,. ' A I' ' 1 ' ' ' ax JW fe 5 ,S V 1 Q is fi 51' " 1 V ,Sf af? . 15: -nuff' MA" 1 As.. 31? ls If ., ir ff, . 1? at ,aw 19" ,v""" x 'VVS .,,,--r I GERALD C. GUINN, Acacia ........ Hollywood, Florida Chemistry GERALD M. GUNDLACH ...... New Orleans, Louisiana Physical Education CARROLL JOE GUNNELL .................... Ruth Mathematics Baptist Student Uniong National Education Association MILTON GUSSOW ........................... Biloxi Journalism II DARIUS HALL, 'PKT ...................... Pascagoula Business Administration and Economics Vice-President, Delta Sigma Pi EDDIE HALL ............................... Jackson Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilong Economics Clubg Staff Writer, Student Print: HASLER HALL .................. McDowell, Kentucky Mathematics NANCY E. HAMIL, X9 ..................... Carthage Elementary Education Freshmen Counselorg Senior Senator: Executive Council of Baptist Student Union, Student National Education Associationg Hostess, SCOPEQ Patriotic American Youthg Who's Who III JOHN C. HAMRICK ................ Pensacola, Florida Accounting Delta Sigma Pig Alpha Epsilon Alpha MIKE C, HANCOCK ........................ Gulfport Speech Education Southem Players HERBERT MICHAEL HANEGAN ............ Sumrall Chemistry and Mathematics German Clubg Physics Club: American Chemical Societyg Kappa Mu Epsilon JOHN W. HARDTLA ......................... Laurel Mathematics Kappa Mu Epsilong Pi Kappa Pi IV CARL H. HARPER ...................... Hattiesburg Biology and Psychology USM Basketball Team JOYCE L. HARRELL ....................... Tremont English BOB R. HARRIS .................. Varnado, Louisiana Business Administration DIANE HARRIS .......................... Clarksdale Speech and Hearing Therapy Secretary, Sigma Alpha Eta V WALTER B. HARRIS, JR. .......... Apache, Oklahoma Mathematics GERALD A. HARRISON, BAE ............. Hattiesburg Mathematics Historian, Pledge Trainer, Sigma Phi Epsilon: Newman Club: Six Outstanding Freshmen, Omicron Delta Kappa ROGER D. HARROD ........................ Laurel Personnel Management DONALD E. HART ................... ... Jackson Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi VI LINN B. HART, KA ................... .... C anton Business Administration CHARLOTTE F. HARTMAN .......... .... L aurel Business Education LARRY P. HATTEN, EAE .................. Poplarville History and Psychology Yellow Jackets: "M" Clubg Ygrsgty Tennis Team: Scabbard and a e JEAN E. HAVARD ......................... Lucedale Elementary Education Baptist Student Union Executive Council: Student National Educa- tion Associationg Pi Kappa Pi VII JIMMY C. HAVARD ....................... Lucedale History Vice-President, "M" Clubg USM Football Teamg Men's Affairs Board GUY W. HAWKINS .................. Atlanta, Georgia Psychology MARY J. HEALD .............. ....... G ulfport Chemistry JAMES G. HEIDELBERG .................... Jackson Commercial Art President, Fencing Clubg Yellow Jacltetsg Cheerleader: ROTC Color Guard: Collegiate Civitan I LUNDIE JOHN HEIDELBERG ............ Moss Point Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi . JOSEPH M. HELTON ............... . . .Hattiesburg Industrial Arts Iota Lambda Sigma n ARLUIN HENDERSON ...................... Richton Elementary Education National Education Association: Wesley Foundation TENO L. HENDERSON, KA ......... Pensacola, Florida Architecture "MH Club: Varsity Baseball Team II RANDALL D. HENDON .................. Long Beach Music Education University Singers: Opera Workshop: Stage Band l JOHN D. HERRINGTON, JR. ...... '. Z .... .Mount Olive Marketing and Business Administration . CHARLES L. HERSOM ....................... Biloxi Mathematics Pen and Sword CAROLE HILL, AEA ........................ Ellisville Theatre I Secretary, Southern Players: Alpha Psi Omega: Wesley Foundation: Business Manager, Theatre Department: Modern Dance Club III GAIL E. HILL, KA .............. New York, New York History Publicity Chairman, Pi Delta Phi: Secretary, Phi Alpha Theta: Sec- retary, Treasurer, Program Chairman, Canterbury Club: Scholarship Chairman, Treasurer, Kappa Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Tau Chi: SCOPE THOMAS R. HILL ............................. Soso Accounting JOEL H. HINSON ................ . . ...... Tylertown Piano Phi Mu Alpha: Treasurer, Sinfonia: lst Sergeant, Scabbard and Blade: Yellow Jackets JAMES L. HINTON ........................... Laurel Medical Technology President, Chi Alpha IV LOCHLYN R. HINTON .................. Hattiesburg Business Administration PEGGY HINTON ........................... Richton Library Science ROBERT H. HISHON, KA ...... Fort Lauderdale, Florida Accounting Eta Sigma: Vice-President, Alpha Epsilon Alpha: Pi Kappa Pi: Treasurer, Kappa Al ha: Treasurer, lnterfraternity Council: Omicron Delta Kappa: Clbllege Civitan, Senator TOMMY L. HITT ....................... Llttle Rock Business Administration Pi Tau Chi Preside nt, Phi Vice-President, V CAROLYN R. HODGES, 'PM ................ Leakesville Business Education Kappa Delta Pi: Baptist Student Union: Pi Omega Pi PAUL E. HOHN .......... ' ................ Pascagoula Accounting SHARON HOILES ............... Robertsdale, Alabama V Journalism Dixie Darlings: USM Riflettes: Assistant Society Editor, STUDENT PRlNTZg Southern Scenes Staff. - ' CLIFTON T. HOKE, JR. ............ Mobile, Alabama Accounting , Historian, Delta Sigma Pi . - VI ROSA ALYNE HOLIDAY .................. Tylertown W- A . Business Education -' 'Student National Education Association: Baptist Student Union ' .KENNETH M. HOLLOWAY ................. Carriere ' General Science ' ' Baptist Student Union: SEA - iili A' NORMA LEE HOOPER ............... Mississippi City Recreation - ' 2 J WALTER D. HOPSON .............. ..... W oodville 'rg , 2 A Physical Education 1 ' .,.. ,sc gg V11 A y ,jf ' GERALD E. HORN ................. ...Laurel lgg- , . 4 Physical Education pit Q WICKLIFF H. HORNE ............ . . . . .Carriere . Biology ' ' 1 Pen and Sword ' DAVID J. HORTON ...... ' ....... C leveland, Tennessee I Music Education 1 President, Phi Mu Alpha: Omicron Delta Kappa: USM .Band and ' ' " Orchestra: University Singers 'BUDDY HOWARD .........................LuCedale Mathematics l - M S E I f'9"x C R S I-vw-ul -3,415 .,,a.-In BW' 0999449 ., M, . J' . X 'S' L .W-eff, 5 f 55 ,sf s me 4'-"-" ,S if gsm x N' QW 'QS' ,---, Nw ,,.,x 4115 X 9 I YVONNE T, HOWE .........,..... Franklin, Louisiana Psychology J. GARLANE HOWELL ........... .... H attiesburg Accounting HOWARD ANN HOWELL, EEE ...... ....... M ize Elementary Education JIMMIE S. HOWELL .................... Hattiesburg Accounting President, Alpha Epsilon Alpha: Treasurer, Delta Sigma Pi II JIMMY D. HOWELL .......... .......... L aurel Biology CHARLES L. HOWLE ................ Mobile, Alabama Chemistry and Mathematics BOBBY H. HUDSON ................ Semmes. Alabama Accounting Alpha Epsilon Alpha . BETTY J. HUGHES ................. .. .Magnolia Elementary Education III ANN M. HULTZ, 'PM ............. Memphis, Tennessee Elementary Education Standards Chairman, Treasurer, President, Phi Mu: Student National Education Association: Womenys Affairs Board DONALD W. HULTZ ............ Grand Bay, Alabama Physical Education "M" Club: USM Varsity Football Tea.m BYRON M. HUMPHREY, HKA .......... Pass Christian Fine Arts President Pi Kappa Alpha Pledge Class: Representative, Interfraternity Council: Kappa Pi NANCY D. HUNT, X9 .... .... ................ F 0 rest Elementary Education Student National Education Association: Baptist Student Union: American Patriotic Youth IRENE C. HURD ......,................. Pascagoula - Home Economics Education ANTONIO J. INCERA ............ San Jose. Costa Rica Voice Vesper Choir: Choral Union: Soccer Team: "Susannah." "Merry Wives of Windsor." "Student Princef' "The Cloak." . N. LAMAR JACKSON, KE . ............... Hattiesburg Marketing Vice-President, Pi Sigma Epsilon: President, Business Fraternity Council: Rush Chairman, Corresponding Secretary. Kappa Sigma: Yellow Jackets: Society Ior Advancement of Management i RUSSELL W. JACKSON ................. . ..... Roxle Physical Education National Education Association: Wesley Foundation BARBARA A. JAMES ........... .......... N ewton English Secretary, Pan American Studen1aAEsociation: International Relations lu ANN K. JEFCOAT ................. ...... ..... S o so Home Economics Education Home Economics Club NOELLE S. JEFFCOAT, A-C3-A , ........... Pass Christian Mathematics and .Accounting Sweetheart. Phi Kappa Tau: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Officer. Delta Delta Delta: Secretary. University Union Activities Board THOMAS M. JENKINS .................. Waynesboro Chemistry VI HAZEL JENNINGS ................. ..... K osciusko Business Education Editor, Treasurer, Phi Chi Theta: Regional Coordinator University Activities Committee: Baptist Student Union: Choral Union JO ANN JENS, EEE .......................... Tupelo Physical Education President. Sigma Sigma Sigma Pledge Class: Intramural Chairman. Vice-President, 'Sisna Sigma Sigma: President, Dormitory: Women's Affairs Board: ice-President, Woinen's Physical Education Club ANITA MARIE JENSEN ............. Slidell, Louisiana Management Home Economics Club: Social Chairman, Westminster Fellowship CAROL M. JOHNSON . ........... .......... w iggins English Baptist Student Union: Baptist Student Fellowship Officer: Student National Education Association: University Singers ROD JOHNSON ......................... Hattiesburg German and Mathematics University Singers: President, Pi Kappa Pig Secretary, Phi Eta Sigma: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Southern Generals Color Guard: Greater Council, Baptist Student Union: Das Kripienspiel: German Club SARA JEAN JOHNSON .................. . . . Ellisville Biology Secretary, Beta Beta Beta: Choral Union WILLIAM T. JOHNSON, 'PHT ...... Prichard, Alabama Management BOBBY J. JOHNSTON ...... . ......... . . .Heidelberg Business Administration I A. C. JONES ....................... . . .Waynesboro Accounting Alpha Epsilon Alpha , JANICE L. JONES, EEE ....... . .. ..... ........ M ize Elementary Education MARION I. JONES ...................... Lumberton Journalism . MELBA A. JONES ................... .... M oss Point Business Education Wesley Foundation II RITA JONES ................... , ......... H arperville Elementary Education Baptist Student Union: Baptist Student Fellowship: YWA HILDA F. JORDAN .................. Mobile, Alabama Elementary Education Student National Education Association: Baptist Student Fellowship CAROLYN J. JOSSEY ................ Mobile, Alabama Secretarial Science Phi Chi Theta: Baptist Student Union l ROBERT J. KATRISHEN ....... Hazleton, Pennsylvania Education III CHARLES A. KEITH ................. . . .Vancleave Physical Education CHARLES ALEX KEITH, TKT ......... .... C olumbia Architectural Drafting DIANE KELLY, KA .......................... Tupelo Secretarial Science Captain, Dixie Darlings: Oliicer, Kappa Delta: Phi Chi Theta: Sec- retary. Vice-President, Dance Club: "Oklahoma,,' "Damn Yankees." CAROLINE KENAMOND .............. Hattiesburg Mathematics Kappa Mu Epsilon IV PEGGY J. KENDA, KA ...................... Natchez Speech Therapy and Audiology MARY K. KENNEDY, AAA .............. Philadelphia Elementary Education Oflicer, Delta Delta Delta: Student National Education Association EVERETT E. KERGCUSIEN .............. Bay St. I..OuiS Pre-Medicine Newman Club ROBERT H. KESSLER, JR. .............. Hattiesburg Business Administration V RICHARD O. KHOE ............... Tacarta, Indonesia Business Administration ELLIOTT G. KING ...................... Taylorsville Chemistry JERRY G. KING ............................. Liberty Accounting and Management Delta Sigma Pi PAUL M. KIRBY .......... McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania English VI BUDDY KISNER ................... . . .Laurel Physical Education LEONARD G. KNIGHT .................... Pontotoc Psychology Psychology Club: Philosophy Club FRANK W. KUNZ ................ San Antonio, Texas Mathematics Kappa Mu Epsilon: Treasurer, Pen and Sword GLYNN K. LACKEY ............,........... Meridian n' Elementary Education Baptist Student Union: National Education Association VII LYNN E. LACKEY .................... .... M erldian D Elementary Education Baptist Student Union: National Association HOLLIS F. LADNER ................... . . . .Columbia Accounting and Business Education T. J. LADNER ........ ................ P ass Christian ' History Student National Education Association: Newman Club CURTIS H. LANDERS, Acacia ................. Purvis Accounting A Treasurer, Acacia Fraternity: Alpha Epsilon Alpha S I O f -- ,.,.if' ,af . -19 7 MMS!! r L "W W 'S 73 fs A 17, ,gf K' X 1 7 ia .gi l , -.sas ,'.l .X A ft., T I' 3' W an Q-..,,.,,, s , I 4 Q!""7r ,462 0 ,, " fi .35 2' jx Mi 'VN 'M i' X 9 am, X 'TM pq 21 19 if if R S A alt' ,pf fix idi- A fi-Q-. 5- "WA--. man., 'Ss Q U-,ww G11 u. I 'U Vx. am 5 1-1. J ' JL. -5 - 4. .fs-2 L. I Q if 44-in iii 4-.:., AA psf---'U' iv 9 gag., F Jin ,fav M .L -iff rpms, ww. ,f' 1'- Q- Q ""'1i ,tx Ah. Q' ,,,. 'C.'.L"' SMF. I ds., W. , vs. Y"""'1' O R I MAXINE LANE .................... Prichard, Alabama Physical Education ANTHONY E. LANGHANS .................... Biloxi Art Pen and Swordg Phi Eta Sigmag Kappa Pi ALFRED LANGIS ......... New Bedford, Massachusetts History Pen and Swordg Newman Club JAMES LaPOINT .................... Bay St. Louis II A. M. LaROCCA ................... ........ J ackson Accounting President, Newman Clubg Alpha Epsilon Alphag Phi Kappa Theta LARRY G. LAURENDINE, KA ................ Laurel History HAROLD LEE ............... History Pi Gamma Mu WILLIAM S. LEE ..................... Milton, Florida III WALTER 13. LEGETT ........... . .... ..... G ulfporf Business Administration and Economics . . . . .Hattiesburg Music Education Architectural Draftlng Vice-President, Iota Lambda Sigmag Southern Generalsg Yellow Jackets DARNELL A. LEPRE .......................... Biloxi Business Administration Yellow Jackets: Newman Club I LOREN R. LESTER .................. Newton. Illinois History STEPHEN F. LIKINS ......................... Biloxi Mathematics Newman Clubg Physics Clubg Yellow Jacketsg Captain. USM Rille IV SIDNEY A, LINDSEY .......................... Flora Elementary Education MICHAEL C. LISENBY ......... Montgomery, Alabama Instrumental Music Education Teamg Kappa Mu Epsilon HOWARD R. LITTLE, KE .................... Corinth Management Vice-President, Kappa Sigma: Vice-President. Sophomore Classg Yel- low Jacketsg Management Societyg Greek God . ELSIE LIZANA ........................... MCNC1l V LOUIE R. LOFTON ...................... Hattiesburg Mathematics and Physics Kappa Mu Epsilon JERRY W. LOTT .................. Denver, Colorado Business Management Society for the Advancement of Management Business Education WILLIAM L. LOTT ......................... Sumrall Mathematics Scabbard and Bladeg Kappa Mu Epsilon . ' DON LOVE ............................... Meridian VI WILLIAM T. LYNAM ........ Fort Lauderdale, Florida Public Address Management Society for the Advancement of Managementg Executive Councilg Dormitory . DOUGLAS M. MAGEE, fbKT .................... M120 English and Pre-Law Chief Justice, Student Courtg Scabbard and Bladeg Omicron Delta Kappag SCOPEg Business Manager, DRAWLQ Yellow Jacketsg Varsity Debate Teamg Election Commissionerg Proctorg Assistant Co-Editor. DRAWL LOUIS C. MAGEE ......................... McComb Business Administration l Delta Sigma Pig Secretary, Dormitory GEORGE E. MAHATHY, dPKT ........ Live Oak, Florida Business Management Secretary-Treasurer, Phi Kappa Tau Pledge Classg Chaplain, Phi VII CAROLYN M. MAITRE, KA .... New Orleans, Louisiana Psychology Sweetheart, Alpha Tau Omega: Secretary, Panhellenic Councilg Stu- dent Christian Federation JAMES S. MAJOR. ........ 1 ................. Gulfport Kappa Tau English Baptist Student Uniong Yellow Jacketsg Student National Education Association: Scabhard and Bladeg Delepte, SCOPE: Associate Editor, Southern Arcentg Writers' Groupg Jr. Member, National Council of Teachers of English. DENNIS R. MANGRUM .............. ..... B atesville Architectural Drafting LINDA K. MARBLE ........................ Jackson History Pi Gamma Mug Alpha Lambda Deltag Phi Alpha Theta I JOHNNIE E. MARLING .................. Hazlehurst Business Administration Delta Sigma Pig Society for the Advancement of Management DAVID R. MARSHALL .................. Long Beach Business Administration GLYNN MARTIN ..................... . . .Tylertown Psychology Kappa Delta Pi MARY LOU MARTIN ................ . . .Scooba Elementary Education II PANSY MARTIN ....................... New Hebron Music Education Mu Phi Epsilong Kappa Delta Pig Outstanding Freshman and Sopho- more Girl Music Majorg Opera Workshopg University Singersg Choral Uniong Southern Singers ' WILMA L. MARTIN ....................... Magnolia Elementary Education WILLIE E. MATTHEWS ............. .. .Florence Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi LYNDA J. MAULDIN ............... . . .Moss Business Education Pi Omega Pi III ALICE L. MAW .......,................ Congo, Africa Clothing and Textiles Who's Whog Pi Tau Chig President, Phi Delta Rhog Secretary, Alpha Lambda Deltag Program Chairman, Treasurer, Home Economics Clubg President, Treasurer, Kappa Omicron Phig Representative, SCOPE: Wesley Foundationg REW Committee 100 JERRY F. MCALPIN .......................... Magee Accounting . BARBARA MCARN ...................... Columbia Library Science Officer, Student National Education Association ' EDWARD E. MCBRIDE ................... Hattiesburg IV JAMES H. MCBRIDE ................ ...... S umrall Business Administration GARRETT E. MCBRYDE, HKA ...... Pensacola, Florida Biology History Secretary, Social Chairman, Pi Kappa Alphag Yellow Jacketsg Canter- bury Club ROBERT C. MCCANN .................... Mendenhall Marketing Delta Sigma Pig Yellow Jackets . PEGGY R. MCCAY, X9 ................. .... U tica Business Education Phi Chi Thetag Wesley Foundation V DORIS M. MCCORMICK ............. ..... V ossburg Elementary Education Wesley Foundationg Student National Education Association PATRICIA E. MCGEHEE .................... Summit Art Secretary, Kappa Pig Baptist Student Union SANDRA A. MCGILL, AZ . .................... jackson Recreation Historian-Editor, Delta Zetag Dormitory Offncerg Baptist Student Union: Recreation Clubg House Chairman, Panhellenic Council JAMES A. MCGREW .......................... Biloxi . Geology VI LINDA I. MCILWAIN .................... Waynesboro Elementary Education STOVER W. MCILWAIN, EN ..... Cantonment, Florida Business Administration and Economics USM Baseball Team WILLIAM D. MCLEOD ............ Melbourne. Florida Elementary Education Baptist Student Uniong Baptist Student Fellowshipg Secretary, Alpha Phi Omega FLORENCE L. MCNEAL ................. .. .Forest ' Mathematics Kappa Mu Epsilon VII EARL B. MCNEELY ............. ............ R oxie I Accounting Alpha Epsilon Alphag Representative, Business Fraternity Councilg Delta Sigma Pi BILLY MCNEIL ........................ Tylertown Physical Education SYLVIA C. MCQUAIG ..................... '.iMeridian I Elementary Education Religious Emphasis Week Committee of 100 JUNE AILEEN MCRAE .... ........ . ........ M eridian Elementary Education Baptist Student Union: Secretary, Baptist Student Fellowshipg Vice- President Student National Education Associationg Kappa Delta Pig REW Committee of 100. SE IORS l ' , it In 4 ,A , 'ir I in I 1 TMA Q 'X V f ' , 1 s :I . , 5 fy' 9 1 'Q' . KA .2 W' 1 , G by A-M 1: ? t Q-'H A 5 ""::-v.. . T' Divas 'ef "', 9 Q ,, ,. "" JV' GN - '13, g fy? , ' 2 154 f tv f wa.. VIL" -.y ,vs . MDMP' DD- 'F-Tffv rf -1 V yor , ,, .,,,,,,, MV' QV 'ar- it ij 'YQ' A44 . M Q it at I " 'Hee-:s:,Q1:P 1. if 45. f .. 1 , f AX .:, Ng., Q.: iw 5 Sgr' ,ls ,QE I """""'s. --fa I New 92. W N ' I "'-- I 5 K I Us if K ' T " " 'v a 1 KN Ei.,-:at-1' I www, Pan is ' . Ai, P :fu ' 5 A ,cv-ff I I 'ze' Ss rx! ' I ., of W, -1 .. S . r"' YQ? 5 dal Q-1' an 'U' 1,...4-. Q ,cf ...a z I I QB in "7""ts I l"""' If Z' Pi ,Av-v 'Sv' ka... , ml ww...- fff, ,f i't"'f . ff' V I ll, A 135 . nr i 7 gs, fr.. WV' 99? fe-gfs' .fw- A is A . fm- " ' ' D f ' Q A . we 1 5' . , r-3 "' .. 5' g has if i . as ,.,,, ' . 'CH ,..... 1 9",.,N . ..,.. "" +V 'fi' I ' 9 ., A , -.I I . 5 . .,. . I if t. , ,,.,Ab-if , ' is C ji A N . 'M' it r "' A 5- 4 .-., I ' 1-.4 I. FBT 1 1---S, 717 Q R I I ROBERT A. MCRAE .............. ...Waynesboro History Westminster Fellowship LINDA L. MCSWAIN ................... New Augusta Elementary Education JOE M. MCWHORTER, KA ............... Hattiesburg Biology Beta Beta Betag Yellow Jackets LARRY N. MCWILLIAMS ............ Madison, Florida Music Education Officer, USM Band II JAMES O. MEADOWS .................... Hattiesburg .Accounting Yellow Jacketsg Delegate, SCOPEQ Proctorg Delta Sigma Pig Presi- dent's Cabinentg ROTC Color Guard JEROME A. METAXAS ........ New Orleans, Louisiana History CAROLYN MIDDLETON, IIB4' .... Memphis, Tennessee Elementary Education LINDA C. MILLER ........................ Vicksburg Business Education Pi Omega Pi III WILLIAM G. MILLER .................... Hattiesburg Mathematics and Chemistry Vice-President, Scabbard and Bladeg ROTC Rifle Team BARBARA R. MILLS, AEA .................... Laurel Home Economics Education and Equipment Parliamentarian, Chaplain, Alpha Sigma Alphag Pi Tau Chig Baptist Student Union, SCOPE . ' FRED R. MILTON ..... .............. M ississippi City Biology ERIC U. MIOTON, ATS? ...................... Biloxi Management Delta Sigma Pig Alpha Phi Omegag Circle K Club IV FAHRANDAL R. MITCHELL ......... .. .Monticello Elementary Education MARY I. MITCHELL ................ . . .Monticello Library Science NELDA S. MITCHELL ................ ..... C ollins Elementary Education National Education Association TRAVIS F. MITCHELL, KA ,................. Gulfport Physical Education USM Badminton Teamg Newman Club V PATRICIA A. MOAK .................. Boguc Chitto Home Economics Education Baptist Student Uniong Reporter, Home Economics Clubg Corxespond- ing Secretary, Kappa Omicron Phi CHARLES L. MOHLER ............,..... Hattiesburg Business Administration V Charter Member. Society for Advancement of Management LARRY D. MONTGOMERY ................. . .Laurel . Business Administration Society for the Advancement of Management ADONNA L. MOORE ........ ........ ........ J a ckson Business Education VI BARBARA A. MOORE ...................... Lucedale Home Economics Education Home Economics Clubg Wesley Foundation PATRICIA A. MOORE ..... Spartanburg. South Carolina Biology . THOMAS MOORE, JR. ..................... Biloxi History Newman Clubg Yellow Jackets:BPregdent, Dorxnitoryg Men's Affairs oar WILLIAM MOORE ............... ..... H attiesburg Mathematics Kappa Mu Epsilong Program Chairman 8: Treasurer, Pen and Swordg Institute of Radio Engineers VII CLEOPATRA M. MORAN ......... .......... Kiln Physical Education Student National Education Assoaiatgong IVOIHCIIIS Physical Education lu WILLIAM D. MORGAN ...................... Belden Accounting Alpha Epsilon Alphag Delta Sigma Pi RICHARD K. MORIN ................ .... H attiesburg L Mathematics Pen and Sword RICHARD E. MORIN .............. ...Long Beach Accounting -1 'Alpha Epsilon Alpha 5 l i i i l i l i l i i 4 l I HUBERT MORRIS .................. Byars, Oklahoma History Pen and Sword PAT H. MORRIS ................... .... P oplarville Physical Education JAMES A. MOSLEY ........................ Daleville Business Administration ROBERT M. MOSS .................. ...Natchez Accounting II JAVIER E MUCARZEL, DIPE ...... Caracas. Venezuela Chemistry Newman Clubg Pan American Student Associationg Pledge Class Treas- urer, Sigma Phi Epsilong International Relations Club HELEN S. MURPHEY, HB41 ............... Hazlehurst Music Education University Singersg Vice-President Pi Beta Phi, Religious Emphasis Week Committee of 100g Mu Phi Epsilong Canterbury Club REBECCA MURPHREE, AAA ................ Seminary English Alpha Lambda Deltag Oflicer, Delta Delta Deltag Officer, Dormitory ALMA MURPHY, 41M .................. Bay Springs Business Education Dixie Darlingsq Phi Chi Thetag Wesley Foundation III DOROTHY A. MURPHY ............ .. .Natchez Elementary Education NINA MURPHY ......................... Hattiesburg Sociology LARRY C. MYERS ............. ..... O range, Texas History JOHN A. MYRICK ................ Chickasaw, Alabama Music Education USM Orchestra IVA RONALD W. MYRICK ................... Heidelberg Architectural Drafting Baptist Student Uniong Iota Lambda Sigma i SANDRA K. MYRICK, EEE ................ . .Stringer Business Education Triangle Correspondent, Sigma Sigma Sigmag Phi Chi Theta: Mis- sissippi Business Education Associationg Baptist Student Union RAYMOND F. NAJOLIA ................ New Orleans Biology THOMAS R. NANCE .............. ........ J ackson 1I'l'1 Journals Editor, Studenl Printz: Senate: Officer, Wesley Foundationg Homecoming Committee V ALCIDE J. NECAISE .................. Elementary Education ELIZABETH C. NEFF ................. urnalism ...Kiln ........Iuka Jo 4. ' Advertising Manager, Student Printz, Southern Accent Staff: Wesley Foundation " FRANCES L. NELSON, 33-Y ................ Vicksburg Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pig University Singers SHARRELL D. NELSON .................... Pineville Commercial Art VI WALLIS O. NELSON ............ . Management Southern Broadcasters: Program Director, WILLIAM N. NELSON, IIKA ........... Accounting Delta Sigma Pi BARBARA NETTERVILLE ........... Elementary Education DONIS L. NETTLES ................. Home Economics Education Secretary. Home Economics Club, Vice-President ' Phi VII J MYRA LYNN NETTLES .............. ' Home Economics President, Kappa Omicron. Phig Officer, Home Baptist Student Union MARGEE H. NEW ................... Theatre Southern Players MARION F. NISSEN ................ Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi MARTY NOBLES ................... Elementary Education a ......Baldwyn WMSU .. . . . . .Jackson . . . .McComb . . . .Hattiesburg Kappa Omici on . . .Brookhaven Economics Club: . . . . . . Tunica . . .Haettiisburg .......Gulfport Baptist Student Uniong Student 'National Education Association .',"' : SE IO R V 90084 I f Tum 'UAA MW f'v"""Ov '4 , .1 A fx Qaw we 1 f , 'fi Q , ,U f V 4!! 74" We 4-4... da, as ' af' N v'UG,.gy..,4fi 'A X ,,, , - V I. .... V HZSY " WW ? M' . l'+o it 7 , . 1 , I X 'K , as 1 f is ,X 2 if 49" wi WWW Wanna 9 I fi. , sf is 1 t 4 1 vw' 3' 'Vx -gr-sv' ,.,. -af'--s .D , 'Ha ' mr " xi .ffwl 'la--M sq- fx "IN 'fitter' tr 3- 1- 4,2 PU! 1 an ""'. 'WW SVN. '4'.'1'l7' ,av- e h-ff Vf QS Y' 5? . , , .- ,YVHQ if. 4.....,, it lgidgn "Y ?t 'K ,mania and M. fl in 1 M " vs. s vs , gg . .6 ,. X 2 mmm , .6 , J Q 'iff' t 0 QR i J 3' 'ie 'X W'--'Q ik Ez... li In--. 55-4 ' R I CARQLYN s. oDoM ................ ..... o vett Elementary Education ELVIS B. ODOM ........................... Ellisville Elementary Education Baptist Student Union: Student National Education Association GEORGE W. ODOM ......................... Jackson Management Vice-President, Married Students Association: Society for Advance- ment of Management HOMER C. ODOM, JR. ....................... Laurel Chemistry II ROBERT A. ODOM ...................... Hattiesburg Mathematics Wesley Foundation: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Vice-President, Scabbard and Blade THOMAS R. O'NEAL .............. Andalusia, Alabama Music Education USM Marching Band: Concert Band: Orchestra: Secretary, Kappa Kappa Psi: Drum Major, ROTC Band: Yellow Jackets ZEE A. ORGERON. EEE .................... Louisville Physical Education JOHN H. O'SHIELDS, KA .................... Tupelo General Business Historian, Corresponding Secretary, Kappa Alpha: Outstanding Pledge Award, Kappa Alpha: Collegiate Civitan: 'iOwl Man," Chi Omega III NEIL O'SULLIVAN .............. Merrick, New York History ED OU-SLEY, Acacia ............... Citronelle, Alabama Business Management GEORGE W. OWEN, JR., ATU . .New Orleans. Louisiana Economics. Business Administration Palm Reporter, Publicity Oiiicer, Alpha Tau Omega: Economics Society GEORGE E. PALMER ............ jacksonville. Florida History Pen and Sword IV BETTY SUE PARKER ,............... .... P achuta Elementary Education Baptist Student Union: Student National Education Association PATRICIA A. PARKER ....................... Laurel - Elementary Education Student National Education Association: President, Vice-President, Dormitory: Dormitory Council: Choral Union PERCY L. PARKER ........................ Morton History THOMAS L. PATRICK ........ .......... H andsboro Biology Southern Generals: Yellow Jackets: Physics Club: Scabbard and Blade V ALICE B. PATTERSON .............. . . .Hattiesburg Elementary Education JEANETTE H. PEARSON ...,....... ...Hattiesburg History Honor Freshman MURRAY L. PEAVEY ........... .... M Onticello Accounting Alpha Epsilon Alpha THOMAS M. PEEBLES, :QE ................ Itta Bena Mathematics and Industrial Arts Secretary. Sigma Phi Epsilon VI WILLIAM L. PEEBLES, Efl'E ....... ........ I tta Bcna Insurance President. Vice-President. Sigma Phi Epsilon Pledge Class: Comp- troller, Sigma Phi Epsilon JERRY F. PERKINS, flPKT . ...... .... P richard, Alabama Marketing President. Treasurer, Phi Kappa Tau: Yellow Jackets NANCY C. PHILLIPS . ......................... Pope Chemistry RAYMOND C. PHILLIPS ........... .... P oplarville Commercial Art ' Kappa Pi VIIY HAROLD J. PIQUE ....... L ........ ...... L ong Beach " Architectural Drafting . Historian, Iota Lambda Sigma AL M. PITTS, fbKT .................... Crystal Springs ' Marketing GLENDA R. PITTS .......... ....... ........ E l lisvillc Elementary Education PATSY PITTS ........................... Waynesboro History I CHARLES A. PLITI' ............. ...Woodville Radio and TV Southern Broadcasters CHARLES J. POIRIER ............. . . .Gulfport Microbiology - JAMES H. POOLE, JR., KE ................ Columbia Business Administration and Economics REBECCA B. POPE ...................... Buckatunna Elementary Education II VIRGIL M. POPE ....................... Buckatunna Business Education KEN POUNCEY ................ Montgomery, Alabama Music Education USM Marching Band, Stage Band, and Concert Bandg Yellow Jackets: Kappa Kappa Psig "Oklahoma" ZELDA L. POWELL ............... Lacombe, Louisiana Home Economics Education ROS M. PRIEBE, Acacia ...................... Purvis Radio and Television and History III JOE H. PURVIANCE, JR., UKA ....... .... J ackson Busin ss Administration eRho Epsilon l I BONNIE D. PURVIS, KA ........... Oil City, Louisiana Elementary Education Homecoming Queeng Captain, Dixie Darlings: Senatorg Who's Whog Kappa Alpha Rose: Delta Sigma Pi Roseg Vice-President, Kappa Deltag Class Favo-riteg Pi Tau Chi: Beauty, Phi Delta Rhog Kappa Delta Pi: ROTC Brigade Sponsorg Secretary, Student Government Association, I.F.C. Sweetheart ' RUTH E. PYLATE .. .... .................. K osciusko Music Education Secretary, Mu Phi Epsilong University Singersg Baptist Student Union: University Union h I STEPHEN A. QUAVE ......................... Biloxi Mathematics Newman Club IV BRENDA F. RANKIN ..................... Pascagoula Business Education Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Omega Pi JAMES O. RANKIN ...................... Pascagoula Architectural Drafting JOHN E. RAY ...................... .... M eridian Geology BETH REEVES ................... . . . . . .Moorhead Psychology Baptist Student Uniong Executive Council V JAMES C. REEVES ..,........... Camp Verde, Arizona Industrial Arts RILEY M. REID .......................... Monticello Accounting Alpha Epsilon Alphag..Ba'ptist Student Union EUGENE V. REILLY- .......... Brooklyn, New York ,.qAc'counting and Real Estate, ,f CHARLES A.-REINBOLT, III . .Benton"'I-Iarbor, Michigan J V, I Economics and-History I . ' Npelga Sigma Pi J V c VI V by ,...v'-- ' K VV V- o RONALD L. RENFROE 4 ...... . .... . . '.'f'.Biloxi Y , Physical ,Education V CLYDE L. ,RICI-I ....... . ..... '. . '. ,t. Q J. '. .Lumberton ,V K R ' - Chemistry V , American Chemical Society MARY S. RICHARDSON ...,......... r ....... Laurel ' f ,English V, ft TOM R. RICHARDSON . . Q .... Franklinton, Louisiana R V ' - - Q Economics GINNY RISHVER, AAA .I .' . ... . J. , . ,if . .x.-1,1 . .Laurel , ' . . . , History 3 .1 A President, Pi Kappa Pig President Phi. Aisha, Theqa,g,,f3YfioesPresident, President, Delta Delta Delta, ,Phi De1ta,1Rho,:'3 wPiQ3ffYTaigig52Ql1ig Head Cheerleaderg Kappa Delta Pig Planningl'VChairnqan34',,SQQBEf :Bl-5Gamma IMD! Whofsi. who j",B'Q3Ul1Yj iCounseIozgifQ'Sgitateggg'2 NICK B. RISK, AC3.C13.i J. , 1,1 . 'I J-. ffffiffgattiesburg . 11 ' f :Snneefih-'ee 'ireis F President, Acaciag Parliamentarian, InterfraternityQ,,'Counci-ljsg..Yice5Presi- dent' Southern Broadcasters: esscretaw, Recreation Cliibg? Student P ' Christian Federationfg Who's Who BRYAN L. ROBBINS ................ .,.. . .Lgmqlumbia Instrumental Mu5lQ...Education Phi Mu Alpha Sinfoniagmwscabbartl """ and Bladcg Choral Union: USM vwindinsembleg USM Marching Band .FRED,,E.-- ,ROBBINS .......,............... Hattiesburg English President, Kappa Delta Pi l"""'v, '-if 5 v 9, .,-...nh -.., ' s I I' M -,-,VA1 .V i. .tsl .t , 455' 3 b Y ,.,.N 4: 11 - 'Q 'ai xvfk 'lf W A af P2 if' T lt ' K F lv' . I 'Nl i I BILLY D. ROBERTS ........ . ..... .... B rookhaven Industrial Arts JANAYNE P. ROBERTSON ........... ...... S allis Business Education Choral Union: Phi Chi Thetag University Union Activities JIMMY ROBERTSON, Acacia ................ Liberty Government Wesley Foundation: President, Pledge Class. Acacia CRAWFORD M. ROBINSON, Acacia . . .Mobile, Alabama Recreation President. Vice-President. Acacia Fraternity: Director, University Union II PERRY G. ROBINSON ..................... Ellisville Church Music University Singers: Music Chairman. Baptist Student Union: Baptist Student Union Executive Council: University Chorus REBECCA A. ROCHELL ................. Hattiesburg Elementary Education BONNIE A. RODGERS .................. French Camp Elementary Education Baptist Student Union Executive Council: Student National Education Association Activities Board JEAN E. RODGERS ......................... Jackson . Journalism Business Manager, Student Prinlz, Who's Who III MARGARET L. RODICK ....... New Orleans, Louisiana Elementary Education Neuman Club: Domiitory Officer: Student National Education As- sociation: Independent Voters League PATSY J. ROGERS ...................... Brookhaven Elementary Education TOMMY B. ROGERS ........................ Collins History and Political Science HERBERT L. ROLAND ................. .... F orest Biology Beta Beta Beta IV BURLON R. RONEY ................ .... L aurel Business Administration JERRY D. ROSEBERRY, 'PKT .................. Laurel Psychology and English DONALD C. ROTH .................. Mobile. Alabama History Pen and Sword Club RODNEY N. ROUNTREE, KA ......... ...... J ackson Marketing Executive Secietaiy. Pi Sigma Epsilon: Vice-President, Kappa Alphal V K. CARL RUEHMER ................ Berkeley, Illinois Commercial Art USM Band. Treasurer, Kappa Pi, Mississippians, Art Editor SOUTHERNER DONALD L. RUSHING ................ McCall Creek Physical Education JAMES E. RUSHING ............... ..... M agnolia Recreation VIVIAN A. RUSHING, AAA .............. Hattiesburg Scabbaid and Blade: Collegiate Civitan History Delta Sigma Pi Rose: Beauty, USM: Social Chairman, Delta Delta Di-ltgi: ROTC Sponsoig Secretary, Student Government Association: VI ANNE M. RUSSELL ................. Mobile. Alabama Elementary Education RICHARD L. RUSSELL .................... Meridian Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi: USM Football Team CHARLES P. RUSSUM, KA ................ Pascagoula Business Administration and Economics Economics Society BILLIE J. RUTLEDGE ................... Brookhaven Business Education Miss USM VII TORRIS W. RYALS ........................ Louisville Physical Education Baptist Student Union: USM Football Team ROBERT D. SALOM ............. Adamsville. Alabama Physical Education USM Football Team GALE T. SANDERS ....................... Kosciusko Home Economics Education Yvllim Jacket Outstanding Freshman Awaidg VVomen's AH'airs Board: Vice-Pit-side-nt University Union Activities Board: Vice-President. Dormitory: Home Economics Club: Class Editor, SOUTHERNBRQ Baptist Student Union PATRICIA N. SANDERS, 3?-313 ............ Hattiesburg Home Economics Education Officer, Sigma Sigma Sigma: Home Economics Club: Wesley Foundation 66 I ROBERTA J. SANDERS ................ Ocean Springs Elementary Education GLENDA K. SANDERSON ........... ....... A mory Sociology Treasurer, Psychology Clubg Baptist Student Union DOROTHY V. SASSER ................ Bogue Chitto English Education u LINDON J. SASSER ................ ...Bogue Chltto Home Economics II PAUL A. SASSONE, TKT ........ .... . . .Osyka History Collegiate Civitang Newman Club LUKE J. SCHISSEL, KE ................ Decorah, Iowa Mathematics Officer, Senior Class: Officer, Kappa Sigma: Kappa Mu Epsilon American Institute of Physics: American Chemical Society: University Physics Societyg Alpha Pi Omegag Delegate, SCOPE . DONNIS I . SCHMITZ .................... Moss Point Architectural Drafting Iota Lambda Sigma l l SANDRA SCHNELL . ........ I ....... ...Biloxi Business Education Canterbury Clubg Phi Chi Theta III MARIAN L. SCHOENIGER ............... Hattiesburg Elementary Education ' Student National Education Associationg Wesley Foundation KATHLEEN R. SCHOLTES ................... Biloxi A t Kapfiia Pi DAVID C. SCHOLZ, ATSZ ........... Hollywood, Florida Business Administration ' Publicity Chairman, Alpha Tau Omegag Proctor. Men's Dormitory THOMAS A. SCHOTT ................... Hattiesburg Biology and Psychology Beta Beta Beta, Pen and Sword IV GLORIA K. SCHWEIZER ................ Hattiesburg Elementary Education JOSEPH C. SCIORTINO ...... New Orleans. Louisiana Business Administration I Proctor, Men's Dormitoryg Delta Sigma P1 JAMES SCIRE .......................... Hattiesburg History Pen and Swordg Newman Club JAMES H. SCOTT, ATU .....,.......... . . .Jackson Recreation Student Christian Federation V SAMUEL F. SEHON, JR. .... . . . . ..... Biloxi Accounting SARAH S. SELLERS .................. . . .Taylorsville Elementary Education GWENDOLYN A. SHAIFER ........... . . .Natchez Spanish J. C. SHANHOLTZ, K3 ................... Hattiesburg Mathematics and History Phi Alpha Theta, Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student, Southern Generals Drill Teamg Executive Officer and Advisor, VI JERRY C. SHARP ..............,........... Gulfport Speech Southern Players: Southern Broadcasters Southern Generals Company JESSE E. SHARP ......... ............... N ew Hebron Mathematics and Business Administration GELENDA SI-IEELY .......................... Amory Elementary Education International Relations 'Clubg Pan American Student Association LAWRENCE W. SHERMAN .......... Pensacola, Florida Physics ' President. Kappa Mu Epsilon VII I SUE M. SHERMAN ...................... Taylorsville ' I Business Education P1 Omega Ping Kappa Delta Pig Vice-President, Wesley Foundation: Civic Chairman, Devotional Chairman, Dormitory SHARON A. SHIREY, AAA . . .Lake Providence, Louisiana . Q Business Education Ofticer. Pi Omega Pi: Kappa Delta Pig Recording Secretary, Delta Delta Deltag Class Editor, SOUTHERNERC Student National Education Association CONNIE SHIVERS, QM ................. . .Hazlehurst Mathematics VVho's Who: Pledge Trainer, Phi Mug President, Panhellenicg Vice- Presldent, Dormitory M. NELL, SHOWERS, EEE ........... Mobile, Alabama English Religious Emphasis Week Committee of lfltlg Rush Chairman, Sigma Sigma,,Sigmag Student fPrintz,,.Stafl'. f' IORS fx 'rr-yt 4"""f' 4""7 VU' Gsm annum, 'fun MA 4,,,,,..,.. M 'I Jr vw,-. 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Business Administration .....Macon PAUL T. SKOMSKI ................ Detroit, Michigan Business Administration and Economics CLEMMER L. SLATON ................... Noxapater Journalism Managing Editor, Student Printz ROBERT W. SLAY, KA ................... Hattiesburg Marketing President. Pi Sigma Epsilon: Secretary. Kappa Alpha SANDRA J. SLOAN ........... ........ .... J a ckson Elementary Education Baptist Student Union: Student National Education Association WILLIAM P. SLOVICK ....... Coraopolis, Pennsylvania Elementary Education and Recreation Editor, Fellowship Chairman, Moderator, Westminster Fellowship: l Civitan Club Beverly J. Smith ............................. Fayette Library Science Baptist Student Union: Dormitory Council BILLY C. SMITH ........................... Jackson Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon IV CLARENCE C. SMITH ...... ...... .... B r ookhaven Industrial Arts O. DARRELL SMITH ..........,.. ...... B onita Chemistry F. SMITH ............................... Hattiesburg Business Administration KAREN T. SMITH. AAA .................. Hattiesburg Elementary Education Freshman Senator: Student National Education Association V LAWRENCE A. SMITH ......... ...Meridian Pre-Medicine LEROY P. SMITH, flJKT ,............... ...... B elzoni I Music Education USM Marching and Concert Band: University Singers: Song Chairman, Phi Kappa Tau: "Damn Yankees" MARGARET SMITH ........................ Wiggins Q Business Education OLIVER W. SMITH . .......... ..... .... E l lisville Chemistry VI 'S PATSY R. SMITH ............. . . . . .Poplarville Marketing RAMONA F. SMITH ..................... Brookhaven Elementary Education ROGER B. SMITH .................. ........ M oselle A Accounting PETER R. SNYDER .................. Mobile, Alabama History VII VIRGINIA B. SOJOURNER, AAA .......... .... N atchez T. Elementary Education ' Si-cond Vice-Piesident, Student Government Association: Who's Who: Miss MSC: Beauty: Senior Maid: OH'icer, Delta Delta Delta: Counselor: University Singers PATRICIA R. SOLOMON ................ Piano . . . .Prentiss GRANT M. SOMMERVILLE .......... Mississippi City A Mathematics Pen and Sword: Kappa Mu Epsilon MARTHA ANNE SONES .................... McNeill Elementary Education I Baptist Student Union: Baptist Student Fellowship: Student National Education Association I RICHARD N. SOUTHERN .................. Stonewall Accounting WILLIAM R. SPADE ............ Fort Lauderdale, Fla. History Pi Gamma Mu: Phi Alpha Theta JOSEPHINE SPEED .................... . . .Collins Business Education Pi Omega Pi: Kappa Delta Pi PAT SPEIGNER ........ 7 ......... Enterprise, Alabama Library Science II VICTOR E. STAMEY, DIPE ........... Mobile, Alabama History and Psychology Senator: Yellow jackets: Historian, Sigma Phi Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade: Drill Master. Southern Generals: Outstanding Freshman ROTC Cadet: Superior Cadet, ROTC: President, Interfraternity Council TED STEINRUCKEN ........................ Jackson Art DUDLEY A. STENNIS ............... .... M eridian Elementary Education JACK STEPHENS, KE ............... . . .Monticello Architecture Newman Club III BOBBYE N. STERLING .................... Magnolia Medical Technology Beta Beta Beta: Alpha Epsilon Delta: University Singers: Baptist Student Union WILLIAM R. STERRITT, KE ...... Manlius, New York Physical Education President, Kappa Sigma: Who's Who: Omicron Delta Ka pa: Vice- President, Kappa Delta Pi: SCOPE: Interfraternity Ciouncil SUE W. STEVENS ....................... Port Gibson English Student National Education Association: Canterbury, Club JOHN L. STEVENSON ............... Mobile, Alabama Journalism Advertising Manager, Student Printz, Southern Generals: Rho Epsilon: Phi Sigma Epsilon ,IUDITH E. STEWART ............. ...... P oplarville Business Education RICHARD D. STRAHAN ............. Mobile, Alabama Theatre President, Treasurer, Southern Players: Business Manager, Alpha Psi Omega: Best Supporting Actor, Summer Theatre SARA A. STRINGER, IIB4' .. ............. Hattiesburg Elementary Education and Mathematics Kappa Mu Epsilon: Freshman Counselor: SCOPE: Oflicer, Baptist Student Union: Officer, Dormitory I MELVA K. STOCKSTILL ................ . .Plcayune Business Education President, Vice-President, Phi Chi Theta: Kappa Delta Pi: Baptist Student Union: Business Fraternity Council BETTY M. STUART .................... Philadelphia Elementary Education Student National Education Association JEANELLE SUMRALL ................. . . .Ellisville Business Education DANIEL M. SWAIN ......................... Jackson Accounting Delta Sigma Pi: Alpha Epsilon Alpha: Alpha Alpha Alpha MORRIS SWEA I l ..................... . . .Clarksdale Music Education Outstanding Freshman Bandsman: Treasurer, Vice-President, Phi Mu Alpha: President, Band: Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma CAROLYN A. SWITZER, X9 ............. Hattiesburg English V Pi Gamma Mu: Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha Lambda Delta: Secretary, President, Chi Omega: Monitor, Dormitory LUCRETIA SYKES .......................... Newton U Elementary Education ' Baptist Student Union Greater Council: Student National Education Association ERNEST J. SYLVESTER .................... Gulfport , Biologg Omicron Delta Kappa: Beta Beta eta: Vice-President, Freshman and .Junior Class: First Vice-President, Student Government As- sociation: Scabbard and Blade: Senator: Drum Major: Men's Affairs Board g Who's Who V DON W. SYMANK ................ Mascoutah, Illinois h Architectural Drafting B f President, Martin Luther Fellowship: Election Commission ,Chainnam Yellow jackets g VII i it 5 ARCHIE B. TAAKE ............ . . .Handsboro Biology SHEILA D. TARLTON . .................. . .Canton Sociolo R 'A S' A SCOPE: Monitor, Dormitoryggafestrninster Fellowship ARCHIE LEON TAYLOR, JR. ............... Meridian History Baptist Student Fellowship CONNIE L. TAYLOR ...................... Vancleave Elementary Education Wesley Foundation: Student National Education Association , 69 lfr fir I O ,VM R S 7, . if ef' i A 6 T Qi M ,ip 'QV -3. ff" 4 ' 'TEX www' we-..,..,,, 4!""""m'h- 4-"4--u 4'0" ,. , VA .f , :R 1, i H1 it f XV' 5 4 I q,,,,,.,,. , Q , N 4 3 Q .", rrit , ""'i P I ., .3 .- 9'-f A is . A 2,: Q , : 'i.-:. 77' lqviv V V ..., .,, .,, I li . MAG www also-pr -.ff "'f'2s..,.,.,r iii. Q! , 'li' -' . . if 4 E+ 5-as lx Q9 'vs' ,nv- I' ,Q O'-'Q 'NP ""f"'vl L bl---n 'JZ' fi' if 'R O ik :xl g.i -A ,Mb FUD 4- ..L S IO I JERRY D. TERRELL ............. ...McComb Business Education President, Baptist Student Union ANTHONY N. TESSITORE .... New Orleans, Louisiana Historg Newman lub L. MARIE THAMES, AAA ......... ..... ' ...... J aCkS0n Business Education Women's Affairs Board: Vice-House Chairman. Dormitory: Baptist Student lfnion: Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer, and Marshall, Delta Delta Delta: Phi Chi Theta: SCOPE g CARQL A, THOMAS AAA ..... . .......... Hattiesburg Home Economics Treasurer, Delta Delta Delta Pledge Class: Treasurer, Delta Delta Delta: Secretary, Kappa Omicron Phi: Student Activities Representa- tive, Home Economics Club EDWARD C. THOMAS ........ San Francisco, California History HARRY M. THOMAS, JR.. . ............... Hattiesburg Chemistry and Biology Beta Beta Beta: Vice-President, Phi Eta Sigma: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Secretary, Pi Kappa Pi: President, Alpha Epsilon Delta: Omicron Delta Kappa: Outstanding Freshman Cadet, Military Science: Out- standing Biology Student PEARCE J. THOMPSON .......... San Antonio, Texas History Pen and Sword Cluh JOHN ALEX THORNHILL ................ Stonewall Business Administration III INEZ B. THORNHILL ............. ...Brookhaven Business Education JOHN J. TOMINAC .............. ...Hattiesburg History HOBSON TONEY ...................... .... M cLain Business Education Circle K Club: Wesley Foundation HONEY TONEY ............................ Shubuta Elementary Education IV NED TRAVIS, JR. .............. .... .... R o sedale Accounting Vice-President, Delta Sigma Pi: Cheerleader: Color Guard, ROTC: Vice-President, Dormitory ANN TRAYLOR, AZ ......................... Sumrall English Social Chairman, .Delta Zeta: Secretary, Patriotic American Youth WENDELL R. TRAYLOR ................ Hattiesburg Chemistry ELIZABETH A. TRUAX ................ Fiatt, Illinois Home Economics V NORMA C. TUCKER ........... ........ H attiesburg Biology Study Group Chairman, Westminster Fellowship: President, Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society GAYLE R. TULLOS ....................... COlumb1a Home Economics PATRICIA A. TURK, K-A .................. Mendenhall Elementary Education Westminster Fellowship: SOUTHERNER Staff: Student National Education Association PERRY E. TURNER .............. Deer Park, Alabama Elementary Education USM Alumni Association: Mississippi Education Association: Baptist Student Union GARY' D. UPTON .................. ...., K okomo Physical Education BOBBY W. USEY ......................... Pascagoula Corrective Therapy MILDRED M. USHER .............. Clermont Harbor , Health and Physical Education Student National Education Association: Officer, Physical Education Club: Olicer, Dormitory: Wesley Foundation BARBARA J. UTSEY, EEE .....,..... Mobile, Alabama English Pledge Sweetheart. Pi Kappa Alpha: Beauty: Senator: President, Regional Co-ordinator, President, University Activities Board: Baptist Student Fellowship: Social Chairman. Recording Secretary, Sigma VII FREDERICK I. VINSON, BAE . . .... Pensacola, Florida History "M" Club: USM Baseball Team VIRGINIA D. WAGGONER .... ......... .... M o rton Elementary Education Sigma Sigma: Officer, Dormitory WILLIAM T. WALDRIP ............. .... F orest Education BURLIAN O. WALKER ...................... Magee English Feature Editor, Student Prinlzg Baptist Student Fellowship Executive and Greater Council: Baptist Student Union: Student National Educa- tion Association 70 I G. CRATUS WALKER ......... .......... P ascagoula English Newman Clubg USM Tennis Team JAMES DALLAS WALKER ... ............... Braxton Mathematics Kappa Mu Epsilong Kappa Delta Pi l I JERRY D. WALKER .......................... Biloxi Music Education Yellow Jacketsg University Singersg Choral Uniong President, Baptist Student Uniong President, Baptist Student Fellowshipg Pi Tau Chi: Religious Emphasis Week Committee of 1003 Highlanders I l SUE ELLEN WALKER ...............,....... Biloxi Elementary Education University Singers: Baptist Student Union Executive Council: Officer, Dormitoryg "Susannahg" "Damn Yankeesf' "Amahl and The Night Riders" II GARY H. WALLACE .............. . . .Biloxi Mathematics Pen and Sword Club HARRY W. WALLEY ......... f ...... ...... R iCl1t0n Commercial Art JIMMIE CLAIRE WALLEY, AEA .......... Hattiesburg Home Economics Education GENE WALTMAN ................ Citronelle, Alabama Management III LILY E. WALTMAN .................... .... H urley Elementary Education Student National Education Association JOHNNY G. WALTON ...................... Neshoba Industrial Arts EARL R. WARD, JR., IIKA ......... ...... J ackson Accounting Alpha Pledge oflicer, Delta Sigma Pig Officer, Pi Kappa HENR-Y G. WARD ...................... Philadelphia Elementary Education Pen and Sword Club IV JAMES W. WARD .......... . .............. Monticello Business Management Delta sigma Pi RONNIE R. WARREN ...................... Jackson Business Administration Second Vice-President, Headmaster, Delta Sigma Pig Society For Advancement of Managementg Westminster Fellowship JEROME L. WATSON ............ Mayfield, Kentucky Commercial Art Kappa Pi SUSIE A. WATTS, AZ ............... ...Pelahatchie Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pig Pledge Trainer, Rush Chaimlan. Delta Zetag Sec- retary, Women's AH'aiis Board: Senator: President, Dormitory V LINDA I. WEED .............. Fair Lawn, New Jersey Recreation Student National Education Asspjeiiiong Newman Clubg Recreation U WESLEY L. WEIMAN ................ Flint. Michigan General . Science Pen and Sword Club 1 PAUL R. WELBORN, JR. ....... Q. . . . . . .Laurel Biology JIMMY D. WELCH .............. .... L aurel Pre-Medicine Beta Beta Beta VI MARHL L. WELCH .............. f .... Columbus History Pen and Sword Club C. C. WELLS ...................... .Q .... Columbia Art ' X ' WILLIAM F. WELLS, JR. ....... .... W aynesboro ' Chemistry HUGH M. WEST ..................... . .Lucedale Business Administration VII JOY WEST, EEE .................... . . .... Mize Business Education ' Phi Chi Theta LAWRENCE WEST .............. Jonesville, Louisiana . Journalism , , Pi Sigma Epsilong Student Print: 'Staffg Mu Sigma CHARLES E. WESTON ................ Pass Christian English . ' Pen and Sword 3 ' JERRY A. WHINNERY, 'PM ........... ...... Jackson I U Elementary Education Social Chairman, Vice-President, Phi Mug Baptist Student Union 71 IORS ,peg ,am at-E QQ- '41 Q fr 15"-'wr .4--"' 9' -a2""'P 49' .ew . 5 .uiz 'xv 3 ' slit, gi iv-'N ,ev-.. Na+. hr-w-nn I LINDSEY G. WHITE .....,................... Laurel Business Administration -IOHN C. WICK . ............. New Orleans, Louisiana History Newman Club WILLIAM R. WIGGINS, Acacia . . .Monroeville, Alabama Business Administration Vice-President, Acacia: Yellow Jackets ELIZABETH S. WILEY ...................... Jackson Business Education II IRI-:NE J. WILKINSON, xo ,.............. Hattiesburg Mathematics Recording Secretary, Chi Omega HEDY A. WILLIAMS ...................... Conehatta English NANCYE L. WILLIAMS ............ ...Inverness Elementary Education MAXINE E. WILLIAMSON ........... .... E llisville Elementary Education III SHIRLEY A. WILLIAMSON ...... Grove Hill, Alabama Home Economics Kappa Delta Pig Kappa Omicron Phig Second Vice-President, Home Economics Club l BEN WILLOUGHBY, KE .................... Llberty History "M" Clubg USM Football Team JOHNNIE C. WILSON .................... Hazlehurst Industrial Arts i Q MILNER C. WISE ......................... Meridian Mathematics I Alpha Lambda Delta: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Kappa Delta Pig Pr Tau Chig Student Court Justiceg Baptist Student Union IV RICHARD E. WISE ...........,...... Mount Olive Business Administration and Economics 1 ,IILL B. WITHERSPOON ................. Hattiesburg Elementary Education Treasurer, Freshman Class ' ' HOWARD B. WOLFE ......... New Orleans, Louisiana Elementary Education Student National Educational Association ' ROBIN L. WOODWARD, EEE ............ Hattiesburg Elementary Education Corrr-sponding Secretary. Panhelenic Representative, Sigma Sigma Sigrnag Kappa Delta Pig Wesley Foundation V DAVID WRIGHT ..,............. Lead, South Dakota History MONROE M. WRIGHT, KA ....... .... H attiesburg Accounting WESLEY D. WRIGHT, ATS! ........ .... H attiesburg Accounting Treasurer. Alpha Tau Omega , WILLIAM E. WYRICK .........,.... Tulsa, Oklahoma History Pen and Sword Club VI JIMMY B. YANCY, Acacia ........ ......... L aurel Mathematics Sr-cond Vicr--President, Social Chairman, Acacia WALTER H. YATES, JR., fl'K'l' .... ........ I-I attiesburg Mathematics v ROTC Rifle Team: Newman Club RLFUS T. YERGER, KA .......... Tallulah. Louisiana Real Estate Treasurer, Rho Epsilon HATTIE P. YOUNG ............... .. .. .Pascagoula Business Education Dormitory Council VII ROBERT E. YOUNG, K5 ,......... Clearwater, Florida Marketing Treasurer, lli Sigma Epsiloug D. Linden House Award RONNIE E. YOUNG, 'PKT .......... Key West, Florida I Business Administration lhrwrdr-rrt, Phi Kappa Tau: "M" Clubg Student Court Justice: Junior' Class Favrrriteg USM Baseball Team 72. ,Ci ' 1 Qi? ,W M51 I as B4 Q 'fl sw v R I L , 3- ff f2'21i'ff 1 4' ,nf '14 1 1 Sf' R, 'Ellyn X - u E' as IU 1011 CLASS OFFICERS' AND 13. FAVORITES Junior junior Class OfHk:ers, Left to Right: jim Payne, Presidentg Barbara Bilbo, Secretaryg Jerry Nobles, Vice-Presidentg Nancy Ellzcy, Treasurer. Class Favorites: Tommy Potter and Barbara Bilbo 5.3 KK nnV,, Ty 'BETSEV ,M vs RJR 1-B H-W4... i 'bf ww 'sv 1-A 5 '-v-- f 1 J .. ll I I Jug, gli. ,,'V: fn, , R .. . - ' 'H ' 5 , l Pi - J ,va 4 ' 'dt ., f I W S4 s-W 5' , ' -ff' ' 1 ' , ..,. , , , " ' . :" 2' T "" ,. ' a . ,X QW -,.. S. A , V bvvlg . :Q ,. '..- 5 'A""' . W M. uw 'A ".,, "1: 'AA' A I - 1 'f' . . .,,, af' " Q , if mf' Av ,,,ff-'1 A Y 'Quay Z .fi T W" ..... ' 5- 2 ' ff? ' , 4-S, I sr'-Q mln Q 4 B7 . , Q-'ar Al 'ment Fw iid :RAE-I K' 'C7 'fb ,- 5' 1- 74 JUI I O RS ALVIN ADAMS .... .... S ummit GLEN ADCOX ..... ....... P icayune JOHN ADKINS ................. Bixoli RICHARD ADKINS .... Searsboro, Iowa CARL ALESIO ...... Schenectady, N. Y. II ALBERT ALEXANDER DOUGLAS ALLEN .... ELIZABETH ALLEN . HENRY ALLEN, JR. .. ........Wiggins ALBERT ALLISTON ..... III GLENDA AMIS ....... TOMMY AMOS, BKT . . . .Kosciusko .......Mize .Silver Creek .. . . .Saucier . . . . . .Conehatta .. . . . .Hazlehurst BETTY ANDERSON . . . MAURICE ANDERSON NELSON ANDING .... IV JOHN ANTHONY BETTY ARTHUR PAULINE AUST ..... LESTER BAKER, K: . .. . . .Liberty . . . . .Hattiesburg .Brookhaven . . .Greenville . . . . . .Union ...Itta Bena ...Natchez JUAN BAPTISTA ...Carvajal, Venezuela V EARL BARBER ........ DONALD BARKER JOE BARNES ......... .. ...Chunky .Mendenhall ......Magee PRISCILLA BARNES . .. FRANCIS BARTHES . . VI . . . .Bassfield . . . . .Biloxi TOM BARTON ...... McKeesport. Penn. TOMMY BASSETT .............. Louin RUSSELL BAYNE ...... Champaign, Ill. GERALD BEAUGEZ ............. Biloxi BETTY BEAVER ..... ........ D ecatur VII SANDRA BECKNER ......... Tylertown ELIZABETH BEESON, AZ .. .Long Beach BILLY BELL ............ Pensacola, Fla. DONALD BELL .. ..... Hattiesburg RONALD BELL .. ..... Hattiesburg VIII CLARENCE BENNETT HOWARD BERUBE, KZ? SYLVIA BETANCOURT BARBARA BILBO, IIBfb DIANA JO BILBO, KA . IX . . . .Florence Schenectady, N.Y. .Mobile, Ala. .. . .Gulfport . . .... Picayune CHARLES BIRCHFIELD .Pensacola Fla. ALLEN BIZZELL, 'PKT . . .Pensacola, Fla. ROBERT BLACK ........... Poplarville EVELYN BLACKLEDGE . . .Waynesboro ROBERT BLACKWELL ........ Ellisville 1 JU IORS I EDMOND BLAIZE ........ Bay St. Louis SYLVIA BLOODWORTH ...... Jackson DONALD BOCCIA, ATS! CAREY BOLEWARE .. TED BOLEWARE ..... II BARBARA BOLTON . .. ARTHUR BOND ..... JOYCE BOND ,....... SALLY BOOKER, AA-A . MARY BOULTON .... III BILL BOUNDS ........ JAMES BOURNE ..... CAROLYN BOUTWELL COLEN BOUTWELL .. BARBARA BOYD, AEA . IV RICHARD BOYD ..... RAE BRADLEY ....... CAROL BREAKFIELD BARBARA BRELAND . . DAN BRELAND ...... V WAYNE BREWER .... ..Fairlaw, N. J. .........Carson . .... Prentiss ... .Mobile, Ala. . . . .Hattiesburg ... . . .Perkinston Pensacola, Fla. . . . .Bay Springs .......Lucedale .. .. ...Columbia , TM .... Laurel .........Laurel . . .Tylertown ,... .Saucier ........Sumrall . .. ....Columbia . . . .Wiggins . . , .Jackson ......State Line GLENDA BREWTON, KA .Pensacola, Fla. WILLIAM BRIDGES . . . ........Prentiss MAVIS BRITTON .......... Bucatunna WILLIAM BRITTON VI JANIOB BROWN ...... MILDRBD BROWN ROBIN BROWN .... HARRY BRUNER .. NAOMI BUCKLEY . .. VII , JR.. 1bKT ........ Hattiesburg . . .Bogue Chitto . . . . . . .Jackson . . . .Gulfport ......Jackson . . . .Mendenhall SHIRLEY BULLOCK ......... Seminary KENNETH BULLOCK . ......Columbia CECELIA BUNCH ......... Waynesboro HORACE BURAS ..... New Orleans, La. CAROLYN BU RNS. IMI VIII ' GAIL BURNS ...... LUTHER BURNS ..... THOMAS BURRIS . .. BETTYE BURRUSS, KA .........Saltillo ....Raleigh ........Ruth .. .. ...Magnolia . . .Bogalusa, La. MIKE BUSBY, ATU ......... Hattiesburg IX JAYNE BUSH ................. Jackson DENNIS BUTLER .......... Brookhaven JOHN BUTLER, Acacia PATRICIA BUTTROSS KATHERINE BYNUM . .. . . . . .Hattiesburg . .......Natchez .. ...Laurel 5 1121 1 . .-Aj 'i . Fa' A eq GIA i n V if ,,., A hh i ' af 'WZ Wh U0 V-K. If-fr ,-pf'-fs-.. .Eg ,Q K 'fi' " 'L . Y AW' A fy, , ' 1 at M, in T EY as J its Z I 4 ff? LQ '37 5' 1 i ,rw in . Wx 1 in-S " 4 WT? Xp .. I' i I nl 'U-S iq, Q 'Ko QD Z f"V' 41' Q f,,. 'QV' S.,-. Nu.. X u 'xt NV 1,-7. I ORS GLORIA BYRD, AEA ....,. .Hattiesburg WAYNE BYRD .......... Prichard, Ala. PATRICIA CALCOTE ......... Prentiss BILLY CAMPBELL .............. Belen CAROL CAMPBELL. X9 .... Yazoo City II PEGGY CAMPBELL ......... East Fork WILLIAM CAMPBELL .. .Ocean Springs ANTHONY CARANNA, II ....... Biloxi TONY CARAVETTA ..Napolivi1le, N. J. GENE CARLISLE. ATQ . . III SAMUEL CAROLLO .. WILL CARSON ....... GAYLE CARTER JOHN CARTER JERRY CATER .... IV Memphis. Tenn. . . ...... Leland . . . .Gulfport . . . .Pascagoula . . . . .Union . . .Decatur JOLENE CATTINARI ..... Nokomis, Ill. BARBARA CHAPMAN ..... Waynesboro GEORGE CHAPMAN, JR. ..... Newton WILLIAM CHEATHAM . .A rlington, Va. DAVID CHUNN ............ Escatawpa V DANNY CLARK . .. . . .Chunky JOAN CLARK ........... . . .Bassfield SUE CLARK .......... .... ...Seminary CLEM CLEMENTS, Acacia ..... Jackson KAY COALSON ...... VI ....Biloxi ELLIS COBURN ....... Grand Bay, Ala. CHARLES COCHRAN . ....... Brooklyn WILDA COCKERHAM ......... Liberty LARRY COFFEY, IIKA . . PATRICIA COKER .... VII ....Myrtle .....Iuka CHARLOTTE COLE ............. Ovett BARBARA COLLINS ....... Waynesboro MADELYN COLLINS . .. . . . .Florence MABLE COMANS .... MIKE COOK ....... VIII . . . . .Union . . . .Meridian JOHN COOLEY ........ .... L ucedale LINDA COOPER ......... ...Decatur MARTHA COOPER. A-'S-5 ....... Canton MARY COOPER .............. Wiggins JANICE COPELAND ...... Philadelphia IX CAROL CORLEY ......... .... M ize CHARLES CORLEY .............. Muze MARGARET COSPELICH ............ Mississippi City TOM COWARD .............. Ellisville MAUREEN COWART .... Picayune IU I I ORS CAROLYN COX, QM ...... . . .Jackson JAMES CRAIG, JR., Acacia ..... Jackson LENORA CRAIG ...... CLAUDIA CRAIN .... DONALD CRA IN .... II LINDA CRAIN ....... CATHRYN CRANDALL, NORMAN CRANE .... CORNIE CRIBB, JR. .. MARY CULPEPPER . .. III JOEY CUMBEST .... JOHNNIE CURRIE .... GLENDA CURTIS .... BETTY D'AQUILLA . . . ROY DAUGHORILL .. IV ARTHUR DAVIS .... JAMES DAVIS, Acacia . JANICE DAVIS .... OYD DAVIS ...,.... ARON DAWSON, Acacia V DOROTHY DAY ..... .Ale-xandria, Va. ........Wesson . . .Columbia . . . . . .Columbia HB4' . .Meridian . . . .Buckatunna . . . . .Clinton . . . .Collins . . . . Pascagoula . . . . . .Burns . . . .Meridian . . . .Perkinston . . .New Hebron .. ...Seminary . . . . .Brookhaven . . . .Bassfield . . . .Ellisville . . . .Pascagoula .. .. ...Columbia JAMES DEL SARDO . . .Little Falls, N. J. KATHLEEN DENMARK ...... Lucedale ARTHUR DERBES .... New Orleans, La. FRANK DETHLOFF ........ Moss Point VI JACKALINE DICKERSON .... Lucedale JOSEPH DICKERSON ......... Jackson MARILYN DICKEY ........ Brookhaven SISSYE DILL, 'PM ........... West Point GEORGE DIPASQUALE, ATS? ......... VII GLEN DITUCCI . .. GEORGE DOBBS .... LARRY DOBBS . .. Paterson, N. J. ... . .Natchez .. . . .Biloxi . . . . . . .Gulfport DON DOHERTY ........... Waynesboro JOANN DOHERTY .... Fairlawn, N. J. VIII J RICHARD DOUGLAS ....... Enterprise LAURA DOWDLE, AZ .... Theodore, Ala. JEROME DRANE, JR. Port Lavaca, Texas JOYCE DRIGALLO, 41M ............... MCKees Rocks, Penn. JOHN DRUMMOND ...... Mount Olive IX WILLIAM DUKATE . . ........Biloxi WILLIAM DUKES . . . . .Hattiesburg ELAINE DUNCAN ......... Hattiesburg ROBERT DUNCAN ........... Bassfield HAROLD DUNLAVY, fbKT ....... Biloxi 1:19 I is 5' J .V.., I W. pr' A Q 6 f 1 ar 'I' Qf'T'vx Q--.- Sex .,. k I . 'I 4 ,I . . if KW JW? L me qu. I ,lf A are ... - ., o-fc MQ if , , A W- K AT" f A-Af V 3 W! W! IPF A . , , , 6 W 1 E , . Admin G4 K , A-A 7 J . 4,,ff'f4h" Q " - - .,., ,- ff?" ' :" my i f I . M fx in 465 ,Q-f :fr wh. E 413 5 f f 'SZ' WSI YN!! he fe if Q 'v A es, 5" I 62 42- fs. .1 ff' WE, Aw- 41" .cf .-I q . K. 2 in ffv 5 , Mb- - tv "' rf ? rr 257' . M , 73 fm Y. 'Y 'Wann ff 'W wwf' 1 1- 4 f kv, I 'I Nagin :f i 145 in f I.. if yi . , . ,Q ,A '3' 4"" 7 Q... r-J vv'.g,-'WV fZf.,:'gs Y : I' Aw' tif Nj ,A ,- rw- ci A a .V n F' H , ff' J , 0 'amz 5.- wi ,QQ 3315 Q.,-4 NA to E' bf ff. gf ' 78 JU1 I NORMA DUNNAM .. CAROLYN DURBIN . SADA DUVIO' ...... MARGARET EAKES . . . GARY EARLY ....... II JUDY EAST ......... ORS . .... . . . .Harrison . .Ocean Springs .......McComb . . . . . . .Meridian . .Pensacola, Fla. .........Brandon DOROTHY EASTERLING .. .Perkinston RAYMOND FCERS .. NANCY ELLZEY, AAA CAROL ENGELMANN III ALLEN EVERETT, JR CHARLES EVERETT ..........Biloxi . . . .... Laurel . . . .... Durant ..........Biloxi .........Gulfport ROBERT EXUM ...... Wilkes-Barre. Pa. SHERRY EZELL ........... Waynesboro RITA FAIRCHILDS ........... Morton IV DONALD FAIRLEY . . . ...... Gulfport ROBBIE FARRAR ,.... .... S tate Line THOMAS FARRAR ............ Macon DARNELL FERGUSON ......... Laurel GWEN FERGUSON, EEE . . .Mobile, Ala. V JOHN FERRARA .... Scotch Plains. N. J. BURTON FITE, TKT .... Marianna, Fla. CAROL FLECK, HB41 . .Birmingham, Ala. ELAINE FLYNT ..... LARRY FLYNT . . . VI JACK FOIL .... FRAN FORD ........ JUDY FORD ........ VIRGINIA FORD, AAA WYNI-:LL FORD ..... VII JIM FOSHEE ........ WILLIAM FREEMAN MACK FREY ........ DAVID FRYE .Q ,...... TREDWAY FULTON .. VIII ...........Pun'is .... ...Columbia . . .Bogalusa, La. . . . . .Magnolia . . . . . . .Pascagoula . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Bay Springs ........Purvis . . . . . .Milton. Fla. ....Mobile, Ala. . . .Hattiesburg . . .Danville-. Va. JERRY GADDY ......... Crystal Springs NELDA GAINES ...... Cantonment, Fla. RICHARD GARDNER ........... Louin ANNE GARVIN ....... .... L ucedale PEGGY GATES. AEA . . . . .Hattiesburg IX LINDA GATEWOOD ........... Forest FREDRICA GEIGER, HBO ............ Bimmingham, Ala. JOANNE GEORGE .......... Pascagoula JOSEPH GEORGE ......... Mobile, Ala. LYNDA GEORGE . . . . . . .Mobile-, Ala. JUI I JOSEPH GERARD . . .West Orange, N. J. ALFREDO GIL ...... Caracas, Venezuela REBA GILL ............... Brookhaven CATHRYN GILLETT .. .... Louisville CLYDE GINN ....... II CHARLES GIRARD . . . JERRY GOFF ........ CHARLES GRAHAM .. BONNIE GRAVES, AZ LACLEMIE GRAVES . . III LESLIE GRAVES ..... WILLIAM GRAVES, III CHARLOTTE GRAY .. DONALD GRAY ...... HENRY GRAY IV FRANK GREEN ..... JAMES GREEN, KA ,. LEE GREEN ......... JERRY GREER ...... DOROTHY GRESSETT V hh , 5? .' K ' f, L, , A fi if . . . .Kokomo my f 'J A ag. X V ,nav 14 V:,:, 2 . .Vineland, N. J. . . . . . .Moss Point . . . . .Waynesboro . . . . . .Taylorsville . . . .Pascagoula .........Liberty .Nashville, Tenn. .........Morton ......Sallis . . . .Goodman . .. . . .McLain . . . .Hattiesburg .. .Mobile, Ala. . . ...... Jackson . . .... Decatur EUGENE GRIMALDI . .New Orleans, La. WILLIAM GRIMSLEY . . .Pensacola, Fla. CARA LEE GRINDLE ...... Mobile, Ala. MELANIE GRISHMAN MARVELLE GROOM . VI SAMMY GUERCIO, KE DEWEY GUNN ....... ..........Biloxi . . . .Handsboro ........Natchez ...........Lena CHARLES GWIN, JR., ATS2 .......... Pensacola, Fla. KAYE HAIRSTON ........ Mobile, Ala. LARRY HALL ...... VII JERRY HALL. X9 .. VIRGIE HALL ....... . . . .Bogalusa, La. .......Jackson ........Gulfport BETTE HALSTEAD ..... Ocean Springs JAMES HAMIL ............ Hattiesburg EDWIN HAMILTON ....... Hattiesburg VIII ' RONALD HAMLIN .. .Panama City, Fla. ELIZABETH HAMMETT .... Lexington DON HANCOCK ..... JAMES HANCOCK . .. MARY HANKS, AZ IX .. . . .Long Beach ..........Laurel .. .Theodore, Ala. CHRIS HANSEN ...... Napoliville, Mass. FRED HARDEN ...... GEORGE HARDY .... . . . .Camilla, Ga. .........Jackson ROBERT HARGER, AT9 ...... Columbia LYNDA HART, 'DM . . . ........McComb f 1: 7 'Sb ,.,.. -M I QS.. . 1 R f H jf qv'--5 'Vw Y"h. 4. Q-u-uv Inf -. Q--5 ff? '- 'QEIW' tint? 5" A ii' . ' ' i IWW , fff.y, -.,,..M W? A I ls W! , ., .A V -'W , 'YR in V31-57 ,..i A ' H lllv fy I V if V I iv . A , A V- Al.. Z 1, 1 ,hm-,, .,v. ,ge .. , .,, H ,QR5 ,,,,, I 'i'1 I f f ' s L. ' " bl' if,,2 Q Q' - 'B W 'TI'-f,. "i'e V, .:A"'11tt ,,1'A A , is "Eff - A ' A i 5, ,,.. . 1' 1 is ff . . 'MWA , , yyyt., mg, f fm .,,,,u f s f I., 'SF' 7.7 We-wwf ""' J V5 J' 'sv 1' QA.-5 559 Ca' la fs 499 W' 'Y' My Wm 'fl' Q-fr ,Xt M ' K it ii -. x. A 'A 3,5- ,. 4.4.-at 51, if PNYN Qt att. . i W w W3 'BQ QM' New ,N I -,. rd: and 7 an V t""'m Ny wav' 8 A IQ ' t. get 'in 'LN vi 0- vx Y' 4' 4 I '+L' I 1 ' A 80 JU IORS I DOUGLAS HARVEL .... ...... La trrel DIANNE HARVEY ........... Meridian GAINES HASKEW, Acacia . .Jae1tebti, Ala. JUDITH HAWKINS, AEA ...Hattiesburg LINDA HAWKINS, AEA ....... Meridian II JOE HAYDEN ........... Pass Christian WILLIAM HEARD, UKA ....... Jackson CHARLES HELMKE ..New Orleans, La. NELLIE HENDERSON ..... Waynesboro DAVID HENDRY ,.... ..... G ulfport III ERNEST HENLEY .............. Biloxi ZOULA HENNINGTON ........ Wesson THOMAS HENSARLING . . .Hattiesburg ERNESTO HERMOSILLO ............ Chihuahua, Mexico SAM HICKS ............... Hattiesburg IV DONALD HIEBERT .... Stratford, Conn. ROBERT HIGGINBOTHAM .Heidelberg GEORGE HILBURN ..... Prichard, Ala. ANTHONY HILL ............... Laurel EDWARD HILL, KA .... Pensacola, Fla. V FRED HINES, KE .............. Jackson STANLEY HINES .... .Indianapolis, Ind. VONCILE HINTON ......... Escatawpa DIANTHA HODGES ............ Biloxi KENNETH HODGES ...... Mobile, Ala. VI MOLLY HOKE ........... Mobile. Ala. JAMES HOLIFIELD .......... Ellisville MAX HOLLAND ......... Urbana. Ohio SUZANNE HOLLAND .... Crestview. Fla. JERRY HOLLIS ...... Montgomery. Ala. VII GAROLYN. HOLLOWAY .....,,. Laurel JUDY HOLMES, fmt ,,.. ,... M cComb SHERMAN HONG ...Greenville GALLOWAY HOOKS ....... Hattiesburg JAMES HOPKINS ..... .... M eritiiari VIII A MARSHA HORNE ............ Lucedale FAYE HORTON ............. Louisville GEORGE HOSKIN, JR.. ATQ ........ .. Delray Beach, Fla. GEORGE HOUCK . . .Ballston Spa. N. Y. ANSE HOWARD, III .......... Ellisville IX KRANDALL HOWELL ........ Stimmitt ROBERT HOWELL ........ Hattiesburg JAN HUDSON ........... ...Natchez ELIZABETH HUDSON ......... Jaekeert GEORGE HUGHES .... Metrrbeville. Ala. JUNICRS I VICKI HUGHES, AAA . .. JO ANN HUMPHRIES .. JOE HUNT, KA ........ DOROTHY HUTCHISON WILMER HUTSON ..... II CARROLL INGRAM WINNIE INGRAM, fbM . . GUERRY ISLER ....... CECILE JACKSON, X9 . . GLENN JACOBS ...... III FRANCIS JANUS ....... DONALD JAYE ........ . . .Clarksdale . . . .Hattiesburg .........Forest . . . .Yazoo City . ..... . .Wesson .. . .Seminary . . . . . .McComb . . .Mobile, Ala. ........Laurel . . . .Jackson .........Biloxi . .Stockton, Ala. BETTY JOHNSON, X9 .New Orleans, La. KENDALL JOHNSON . . . MYRON JOHNSON ..... IV ANNE JONES ....... EMILY JONES ......,. HENRY JONES, ATS! .. RALPH JONES ...... . RANSOM JONES ....... V . . . .Hattiesburg .. .Metairie, La. . . . .Richton ......Mize . . . . .Columbus ..........Mize .Ocean Springs RICHARD JONES Fort Walton Beach, Fla. SONNY JONES ....,... . . . . . .Columbia WALTON JONES .... .... B rookhaven DORES JORDAN .... .... H attiesburg ELAINE JORDAN . .. .... Brookhaven VI LOUISE JORDAN ...... Nashville, Tenn. RETTA JUSTICE, AIA ......... Jackson DAVID KANADY ....... .Evansville, Ind. SYLVIA KEETON, KA ..Birmingham. Ala. MARGARET KEITH ........ Vanclcave VII JOHN KENDALL ................ D'Lo AMES KERGOSIEN .... ..Bay St. Louis LLOYD KIMBROUGH, BAE .. .Itta Bc-na JERRY KINSEY ........ . . . .Hattiesburg STEVE KIRCHMAYR . .. .... Vicksburg VIII JOHN KIRK, E-I-E , , , LYNNE KIRK ...... ROGER KIRKLAND .... JAMES KITCHENS ..... JAMES KITTRELL ..... IX DOROTHY KOLB ...... RICHARD KRAFT ..... ...Mobile, Ala. ......Indianola .... .FOley, Ala. .Crystal Springs . . . .Hattiesburg ... . . .Meadvillc . . . .Glencoe-, Ill. STAN KUPIEC ........ Fall River, Mass, ROSS LADART, KE ..... . . . . .Bl1filS, La. VIVIAN LANCASTER ...... Hattiesburg A A- fi"-'fi' J gf f' l b 1' - V " 'f. ., get M., Q 3 " ' r W'-4-.V 2 J., .. ff,..l1-R I 3.0 V4- v ,ws Q Ai " ,,:: .. ' ' nw ,. ' rw fag fm-I, AH-'H-A www' '-,..,--I 402 wld' fiv- 'l?"y in 4252 ..f4,K,.f .JJ 7 ::. . W i J - . ix S svtagwfl . I :I f i at ff. . fl' 5 f -A A 2.i X gf .... L! rv: Gag fr' A I -, . 4 "' , ' J .4--. 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LEE LINDSAY .............. Quincy, Ill. LUCILLE LINDSEY ............. Laurel ROBERT LIPPELMAN, ATQ .......... Pensacola, Fla. CLARENCE LOCKWOOD ............ V Hamlin. W. Va. LARRY LOFTON .......... Brookhaven GAYLORD LONG ......... Oakley, Kan. TERRY LONG ........ Carleon Hill, Ala. MAIDIE LOPER ............ Brookhaven RODERICK LOPER ....... New Augusta VI- KELLIS MADISON ......... Philadelphia PATRICIA MADISON ...... Philadelphia ELAINE MAGEE ..... ....... P rentiss JAMES MAIER ..... . . . . .Hattiesburg WALLACE MANN ........ Saraland, Ala. VII RICHARD MAPES .... Panama City, Fla. VINCENZO MARSALA . Donaldsonville, La. MARY ANN MARTI N ...... Moss Point FRANK MARULLO .... New Orleans, La. GENE MASSEY .... VIII JOHN MASSEY .... ALICE MATHEWS ... MARVIN MATHIS . ANNA MAUREJOHN MARY MAXEY, AEA IX CAROLYN MAY, X52 ............Wesson . . . . .Orrville, Ala. ........Utica .. ...... Magee ...........Jackson . .Hattiesburg ............Belzoni MARTHA MAYERHOFF ...... Meridian DOUGLAS MAYO ....... .... Q uitman ROBERT MCCAFFERTY ........ Canton FRED MCCARSTLE . . . . . . .Woodville JUI I ORS MURIEL MCCARTY, KA .... Hattiesburg JAMES MCCASLIN, JR., HKA . . .Shannon PAULINE McCORMICK ...... McComb JOANN MCCOY, AEA .... . . .DeKalb SHERRY MCCRAW .... . . .Jackson II WILLIAM MCCUISTON ....... Gulfport JULIA MCCURDY ..... .... H eiclelberg JAMES MCDANIEL ..... ...... L aurel JOSEPH McDANIEL .......... Magnolia GLADYS MCDEARMON ..... Hattiesburg III CHARLOTTE MCDONALD .... Seminary CHARLES MCGLOCKLIN ............ BETTIE MQGOWAN JANE MCOOWEN ...... JOHN MCGUKIN . . . IV MAROIA MCGUKIN DAVID MCILWAIN .... THOMAS MCILWAIN ANN MCINNIS ...... NED MCINNIS, JR. V JOE MCINTOSH ..... JEAN McKAY ....... JANE MCKENZIE, AAA Nashville, Tenn. .... . . . .Jackson . . . .Hattiesburg . .Cullman, Ala. Amarillo, Texas ... . . .Meridian . . . . .Pascagoula .. .Hattiesburg . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Ellisville ........Morton . . . . . .Hattiesburg BARBARA MCKINNON, IIBfb . . .Meridian ROBERT MCLAUGHLIN, ATU ........ Fort Lauderdale, Fla. VI JOE MCLELLAN . . . .... West JAMES MCNAIR .... ...... U nion BILLIE MCNEESE ...... . . .Columbia SANDRA MCNEIL ......... ..... L ouin SANDRA MCNEILL, 'FM . . . .... Laurel VII DANIEL MCQUAGGE, TKT . .Hattiesburg MARY MCQUEEN .............. 'Collins JAMES MCSWEEN . . . . ...... Laurel CHARLES MERCER ...... Arcadia, Fla. GARY MILLER ...... ..... M eridian VIII ' WILLIAM MILLER, Acacia . . .Vicksburg SIBBIE MILNER .......... Mount Olive GERALD MITCHELL ......... Picayune MERVIN MIZE, KA ..... ELDON MONTAGUE IX ALDEN MORAN . . . . . .Aberdeen . . . .... Vaiden . . . . .Bay St. Louis KEITH MORGAN .............. Laurel J rf' fr- 'V . wg: f .4 my 'iff' 4 pwfa, Um. ,,.r:, , ' 1 V if ,.,, , ,L 2 ":i-' .,,. 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I .A 4 'Z vw 'Sw it '53 eg. .. ,af-S.. .. ,, . ,, A , sv , , . , Q. ...J .,,, ,xp 4 if J , iv ,, M' Y KJ ,. f"'5t., X 'I'-M I If V ne' . , if I " A , A ..., 1- ff- if , L AL Ji l! J 1"Zf"" an L ah. --.f 5, . 15 Q1 l nh 84 JU 1oRs I JAMES MOSLEY . . . ......... Decatur CHARLES MOSS ........ Pensacola, Fla. ROSS MUNSON ...... Baton Rouge, La. PATSY MURRAY, AEA .... Mobile, Ala. MARILYN MYERS ........... McComb II PAT MYRICK ..... SUE MYRICK ,...... ..... P oplarville MALCOLM NAPIER ........ Hattiesburg BROOKS NEFF ........ Memphis, Tenn. MAC NELSON .... III MYRNA NELSON ............. Jackson RITA NETTERVILLE ........ McComb SARA NETTERVILLE ....... Centreville ANNA NEWSOME ..... . . .Monticello JAMES NICHOLSON .. ..... Laurel IV JERRY NOBLES, KA ........ Hattiesburg JIM NORRIS, II, DIPE ........... Purvis CECELIA NORSWORTHY ............ Bay Minette, Ala. . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Pascagoula BILL NORTON ................ Laurel JOE NUNLEY .... ..... F ayette V ELI NUTTER . . . ........ Biloxi JACK ODEN ...... ......... B iloxi LINDA O'LEARY . . . .. .Pensacola, Fla. JAIME OLMOS .... ....... P anama MARTHA OVERBY . . . ...... Jackson VI WILLIAM OWEN ........ Gruen, Mich LYNDA PACE .......... Mississippi City JOE PACKWOOD ........... Tylertown ANDERSON PALMER. UK. . .Mobile, Ala. MONTY PARDEN ......... Mobile, Ala. VII JOSEPH PARK ...... ...... F orest BOBBY PARKER ...... . . .Hazlehurst DIANNE PARKER, X9 ........ Lucedale LARRY PARKER ....... Dade City, Fla SELENA PARKER, AEA ........ Moselle VIII SUSAN PARKER, lIB'iP ........ Meridian WAYNE PARMER ........ Prichard, Ala. KATHRYN PATRICK ...... Pelahatchie LINDA PATTERSON, AEA .... Florence RAY PATTERSON, UKA ....... Florence IX RONALD PATTERSON, KA .Hattiesburg SALLY PATTERSON .... Fairhope, Ala. RANDOLPH PATTON, KE . .Centreville JIMMY PAYNE, KE ........... Newton KENNETH PEARL, HRA ............ Balboa, Canal Zone JUI I JOHN PEARSON, ZFPE .. NANCY PEARSON ...... WALTER PEARSON ..... BETTYE PEEBLES .... . . ROBERT PENN, IIKA . . . II ALITA PHILLIPS .. .. . JOSEPH PHILLIPS ..... KENNETH PHILLIPS . . . OR .Abingdon, Va, . . .Yazoo City . . .Yazoo City . . .Winterville . . . . .McComb .Bogue Chitto . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .Jackson NANCY PHILLIPS .... Mason City, Iowa VINCENTINE PIAZZA ......... Fayette III MARGARET PICKERING ....... Collins PATRICIA PITTS .............. Laurel JAMES POE ................ Coldwater JERRY POGUE ...... Lake Village, Ark. SUSAN POLATTY, 41M ......... Clinton IV LYDIA POLK ................. Prentiss WILLIAM PORTER, ATU MARSHALL POSEY .... SIDNEY POSEY .... DAVID POTIN .. . V TOM POTTER ..... . ROBERT POWERS . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .Meridian . . . .Moss Point . . . .Hattiesburg . . .Miami, Fla. ... ...Jackson ANNA PRICE ....... ..... S tringer BEVERLY PRICE . . . . . Bogue Chitto MARIAN PRICE . . . ..... Pascagoula VI DOUGLAS PUCHEU .......... Gulfport DIANA PUHEK ...... Delray Beach, Fla. PETER QUAVE, QIJKT ........,... Biloxi PEGGY QUEEN ........ Memphis, Tenn. GEORGE QUIGLEY ............. Biloxi VII NANCY RAMSAY, HBIIW ........ Gulfport JOHN RANDALL ........... Pascagoula JAMES RAWLINSON .... Citronelle, Ala: LEON RAY ......... . . . . .Mobile, Ala, RUSSELL RAY . .. .... Waynesboro VIII ' GAY NELL REA, AAA ELIZABETH READ . .. PATSY READ ...... LONNIE REED, III . .. THOMAS REEVES IX MARY REID ........... . . .Philadelphia . . . . .Laurel .......Laurel . . . .Brookhaven . . . . .McComb .......Laurel VERNON REINIKE ........ Long Beach REGINALD REYNOLDS SHIRLEY RICHARD JOHN RICHMOND, KE . . . .Taylorsville . . . . . .Columbia . . . .Miami, Fla. -' ' . .W zu ,fa In-J +' Iv 3 I Ei 19' .Q . t I 9 5 , .,, t , 7' 'z'g,gf. - .4 my.,-.v' Qu Y. A Q51 i D In I 67' app an W 1 'MMR' , V ,WWA- '9'-x '-I I ' M ig, .Q-'f , lx QW "' ,f I if he-QQ.. 'Maw' . fn . 1 . " ffl 1' .ff ,If nf 'I' al F If 7'Y n I . if 2 M- Wal' 2 VJTT7' .1 I W' JT, M Ch V .- -V I A A .... Q I A, 4 I is I by 1 'B N . NW ' ' 2: , , . -4' xg va 7' :W ffm I , We ,.o. If ' A' , ,, , ,E , ,, 40 f A I - : ' Q, -Y, 'ff 'g he I , ":: by 1 . W '.ss Q12' I I If" ., . l A ii 5.: , WQESIPRSR ,... . 35 ji ' 4 f' 'Yu E711 aw 'Q - 4,,- fv my rs..-f PM , J, J 5, I R 1 f I fvg 'tw Q? ,wh 3 C if.: qw -ff- A 'N fi' be -- 411 1: 'cr J., Nut me 'R 'Q 9' eww- my ? yy ? fm Sv? A s js" JA . vm. , . V' "IA " ws V., " fif' 4-fe R- Z feat, ff? 'S . E 5 fn a . W S. ,ox Vihry Qtr:-. :Src ., N, ff:-va - ' I 2 IJ -are if x v Ling ,N 4 ... N1 l fv T 'ff' T A1 T A Q A 1 .fn L we-4, .wel J 1A 1 if 'L' WV' N l sf , if Q 86 ce fl- JU IO I RS MARGUERITE RICHMOND, KA ..... WILLIAM RIDLEHOOVER Jackson Pensacola, Fla. FRANK RIESS ........ New Orleans, La. JACK RIVERS ................... Petal RICHARD RIVERS . . . II .. . . .Union JIMMY ROBERTSON ...... Taylorsville THOMAS RODGERS, KA ...... McComb LOUIS ROSETTI, JR. ........... Biloxi NIKKI ROTHSCHILD ...Pensacola, Fla. WALTER ROUSE ......... III .Hattiesburg LARRY RULE, ATU Fort Lauderdale, Fla. AARON RUSSELL ........ . . . .Picayune DUANE RUSSELL . . . . . LYNN RUSSELL . . . . . . PAUL RUSSELL . . IV PERCY RUTLEDGE ....... SYLVIA SABATINI. GPM . .. RICHARD SALASSI ...... .Monticello .Monticello . . . .Magee .Brookhaven . . . . .Jackson . .Vicksburg MURRAY SANDERFORD, ATSZ ...Biloxi JACK SANDERS ..... .... S avannah, Ga. V VIRGINIA SANDERS .... Ocean Springs LAWRENCE SANDERSON .... Meridian BEANARD SAUCIER ..... Pass Christian WAYNE SAUCIER .............. Purvis JOSEPH SCARBOROUGH, ECDE . .Biloxi VI GAYE SCHRQCK, KA ROLAND SCROGGINS .... . . . . .Jackson WILLIAM SCRUGGS ....... CAROL SEGREST .......... JAMES SELBY ...... Diablo, VII RICHARD SESSIONS . .. MARGARET SHADOW . .. GAYE SHAW, 2:2 ......... JIMMIE SHELL ....... DIANNE SHELTON . .. .. VIII TOBIE SHIRLEY ... .. RONNIE SHIVERS .... . JERRY SHUCIER ... . IX . . . .Picayune Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Canal Zone . . .Prentiss . .Meridian .Pascagoula . . . . .Roxie .Hazlehurst . .Meridian ALFRED SHEPARD . . . . . . Waynesboro BETTY SHIVERS . . . . . . . .Florence . .Columbia . .Columbia MICHAEL SHUMAKE, KA .... McComb DELORES SIMCOE .... Tamaqua, Penn. MARIANNE SIMMONS ........ Newton WILLIE SIMMONS ..... .... M agnolia EVA SIPES ....... . . .Jackson JU IO I LINDA s1VRUA . . . . . . .Moss Point AMY SMITH, AAA . . . . . .Camden, Ala. AUDREY SMITH .... DONNIE SMITH .... DOROTHY SMITH .... II FRANCIS SMITH, AAA . GALE SMITH, CIJKT ...... . . . Pascagoula . . . . .Natchez . . .Brookhaven ......Canton . . .Pascagoula JERRY SMITH ............ Brookhaven JERRY T. SMITH ........ Prichard, Ala. LINDA SMITH . . . ...... '. .Decatur III LINDA G. SMITH MELVIN SMITH .... PATRICIA SMITH .. WILLIAM SMITH . .. JAYNE SMYTHE .... IVA . . .Hattiesburg . . . .McComb . . . .Magnolia . . .Hattiesburg ......Forest JAMES SORRELL ............. Jackson CAROLYN SPARKS ...Little Rock, Ark. MARY SPELLS .................. Mize IRONA SPIERS .... ........ M cNeill TERRY SPIERS .... V .. . . .McNeill JOYCE STANFORD .. .Ithaca, New York RAY STENNETT .............. Corinth CHARLES STEVENS, 'VKT . . .Hazlehurst DALE STEWART, IIKA ..Ale-xandria, Va. MICHAEL STEWART ........ Gillsburg VI CAROLYN sT1CLETs . . . . .Jackson ROBERT STOCKTON . .. ..... Biloxi BRUCE STONE, JR. .......... Thornton DIANNE STONE ............ Thornton MILLICENT STONESTREET .Moorhead VII CARL STRANGE .... ......Laurel JACK STRATAS ............ Pascagoula DORIS STRICKLAND ....... Perkinston JAMES STRINGFELLOW . . . . .Lucedale JIMMY STROUD ......... ...... L ake VIII JOHN STUBBS ........ CLAUDE STUCKEY .... ......Collins ... . . .Meridian WILLIAM SUDDITH ................ F BEVERLY SUMRALL . . . FRANCES SUMRALL . . . IX JOHN sum-:TTL ........ CLAY SWANZY, frm ..... MARY SYLVESTER ...... CLIFTON TAYLOR ...... JAMES TAYLOR .... alls Church, Va. . . . . . .Sumrall . ........ Ovett Pensacola, Fla. . . 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JOHN TIMBES ...... , X9 . .... Forest ..... . . .Meridian ...........Petal . . . .Bogalusa. La. ........Foxworth SAMMY TULLOS . . .... Magee III FORD TURNER ................. Petal JANE UPTON .................. Laurel SHEILA USSERY .West Palm Beach, Fla. JOANNE VALENTE . .Schene-ctady, N. Y. GEORGIA VANCE ............. Chunky IV GERALD VANCOURT . . .Ocean Springs JEFFREY VINCENT ........ Collinsville AUSTIN VVAGGONER ........... Forest KENNETH WAITES ............. Moss ROBERT WALL ...... Baton Rouge, La. V GERALDINE WALLACE ...... Gulfport JIMMIE LOU WALLACE ...... Natchez JOHN WALLACE .......... Hattiesburg LANNY WALLACE . .. . . . .Morton LYNDA WALLACE .... .... F orest VI CHERRY LYNN WALTERS ........... Little Rock, Ark. EDWARD WALTERS ........... Laurel JAMES WALTERS .... DOUGLAS WARD KAY WARD, fm . VII .........Laurel .. .l'Vilmer, Ala. .. .Philadelphia RUFUS WARREN ............ Meridian SKIPPER WARREN ............. Forest YONCELIA WEATHERFORD ......... Hattiesburg TOMMY WEBB ........... .... R aleigh IRA WDLBORN . .. VIII CARL WELCH. KA ROY WELCH ....... ....Dublin, Ga. . . . .Biloxi . . .. .Liberty RUFUS WELFORD ........... Lueedale VIRGINIA WELLS ........ Philadelphia ALICE WENTWORTH, IX JUNE WHATLEY . . . X9 . .Hattiesburg . . . ..... .Newton .IOHN WHITE .......... Ocean Springs THERESA WHITE .... .........JayesS GALE WHITEHEAD . .. .... Vicksburg L,YNN WILKINSON . . . .Laurel JU IO I RS GLENN WILLIAMS .... ...... B iloxi POLLY WILLIAMS .............. Ruth RANDA WILLIAMS ........ Hattiesburg CAROLYN WILLIAMSON .... Meridian JERRY WILLIAMSON .. II ORVILLE WILLIAMSON . CLARA WILSON .... ... III DONALD WILSON ........ . . . .Oakvale . . .McComb NANGYE WILLIAMSON . .. .Odessa. Fla. CAROLYN WILSON ....... CHARLIE WILSON ........ .Bay Springs .Hattiesburg Bay Springs ......Petal JACK WILSON ........ Lake Cormorawt Rom-:RT WINES, fPKT ...... .Ocala, Fla. EARLE WINGO ............ Hattiesburg GERT WINTER . . . .... Ocean Springs IV DENNIS WIXON ., .... .. .Cruger JAMES WOMACK .............. Magee REBECCA WOMACK ........... Magee STEPHEN WONG .... New York, N. Y. DAVID WOOD .............. Tylertown V JOANN WOODARD . . . . . .Lucedale ANITA WOODS ...... ..... L aurel ORBIE WRIGHT .. . ....... Ellisville JERRY YOUNG . . . .... Georgetown JANICE ZAMBIE . .. ...... Newton 11, V' "" "' 675 2 Wi. A T'-VT gg- N 1,9 03 Q. J mf ,, 1,-'V Q , 1 If 95" 5 2:2- MW 'IRQ . N ,,.,, W W 3 1 '-Ma.. I " f .ire f ., ,,. ,,.,.,,,, , -he f K. ... -6, . 1' u 'sv 5 .4 Q' ii J I ' I 73 slr 1'-9 QV' In Wi wg 5 ...... J ef A .111 , K '7"W"v. :sf D ll V... 4 I 4 L ..:: f L 'awww L . 2f'PKf1m if 'Q ' if . A 4 ' AQ , -.N L r-1-'I-' Q7 g SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS A D FAVGRITES 'E , Sophomore Class Officers, left to right: Ted Crowley, Vice-Presi- dentg Steve Wood, Presidentg Sandra Jackson, Secretaryg Kay Pickens, Treasurer. Yi HVWQ- S mi C? KX5 T5 I A S: 'W-f, ' FQ1- I, ff M ' A ' :.- -- , f 'T EQ -Ye. X f .A V .IVV .. Q V . 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L 91 SOPI-IOMORES I CHARLES AARONS .... .... F orest Hills, New York JOAN ABBLEY ........ .......... P ass Christian RALPH ABRAHAM, JR. . . NORRIS ACHEE, JR. .... CARL ADAMS ....... II JAMES AHLFIELD ....... CHARLOTTE AINSWORTH JEAN ALEXANDER ...... JESSE ALLDAY ........... CHARLES ALLEN .. . III LEWIS ALLEN ........ NANCY ALLEN, fmt ..., SARAH ALLOMS .... PAT ALTMYER ....... AUSTIN ANDERSON .... IV JO ANDERSON ....... .. RICHARD ANDREWS ...., PAUL ANCERAMI ........ CLYDE APPLEWHITE .,.. KATHLEEN ARMSTRONG V RONALD ASHLEY, Acacia . RALPH ATKINS .......... CATHERINE AULTMAN .. DAVID AUSTIN .......... JOHNNY BALDWIN, KA .. VI FRANK BARHANOVICH . . ELIZABETH BARICEV .... MALCOLM BARLOW . . . JAY BARNES .......... JEAN BARRETT ..... VII ............VlCkSbUTE .. ...Gulfport .. . . .Pascagoula . . . ...... Biloxi .............Lucedale ...........MoSs Point . . . .Wagar'ville, Alabama .............McComb ........Gulfport .. . . .Mount Olive ..........Ellisville . . . .Mobile, Alabama ...... ...Columbia . ...... Mobile, Alabama .Toms River, New Jersey .Schenectady, NBW York . ........... Hattiesburg . . . . . .PensaCola, Florida . ,........... Jackson . .... Mobile, Alabama ..............Seminar'y . . . .Bogalusa, Louisiana . ......... Hattiesburg . ......... Biloxi . . . . . .Pascagoula . . .Jasper, Alabama . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Hattiesburg JOHN BARRETT ........... New Orleans, Louisiana PATSY BARROW ......... WILLIAM BATES, IIKA . .. MARY BEASLEY ....... MARY BEEMON ...... VIII CAROL BELL ........... CEORCE BELL, JR., KA GAIL BENNETT, AAA .... LINDA BENSON ......... CAROLYN BENTHIEN .... IX JAMES BERRY ....... ...............Jackson . . . . . Pensacola, Florida . . . . . . . . . .Ellisville ........Gulfport .....Ethel ....Jackson ........Laurel ...........JackSon .....Ocean Springs ...............Braxton PATSY BERRY, EEE . . . .................. Magee DONALD BIDLACK ....... MARCUS BLACK, KA ..... MYRA BLACKBURN . .. X GERALD BLACKLEDGE .. KATHERINE BLACKWELL S. F. BLAND ............ Fo . .Newport, Rhode Island . . .Kensington, Maryland ...............Decatur ...............Ellisville . ............... Biloxi rt Walton Beach, Florida LINDA BLANKINSHIP, KA , .............. Gulfport SUSAN BOLEN, KA ....... XI MARY BOLLING, EEE . BOBBY BOND .......... JAMES BONNER ......... LESTER BOURNE, BRA GUY BOWERING, DRA . . . . . . .JackSon, Alabama . . .Pensacola, Florida ... . . . . . Perkinston .. . . . .Buckatunna .........Jackson . . . . .Rolling Fork SOPI-IOMORES I BARBARA BOWERS, AAA .............. Hattiesburg WILLIAM BOXX .................... Mount Olive MARY BRADFORD ...... RICHARD BRADFORD .. . II GEORGE BRADLEY . JAYNE BRADSHAW ...... CAROLYN BRADY ....... SHERRY BRAMHALL, UBC' DOUG BRAMLETT ....... III WILLIAM BRANTLEY, JR. ADELE BRELAND, AEA .... . CHARLOTTE BRELAND . BETTY BREWER ........ MELANIE BREWER . . . IV SANDRA BROADEOOT, IDM ANN BROOKS ........... ANNE BROWN ........... CHARLES BOYD, KA ........ . . . . .Dickinson, Alabama Birmingham, Alabama . ............... Laurel ..............Biloxi . . . .Mobile, Alabama ..........Gulfport .. ...Charlotte, N. C. . . . .Tampa, Florida .. .......J'ackson . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .McComb ........McComb . . . . . Orange, Texas . . . ...... Jackson .. . . . . . . .Kosciusko . . . . . . . . .Water Valley BARBARA BROWN, AZ .......... Prichard, Alabama WAYMER BROWN ...... V KENNETH BRUCE, KE .... EVERETT BRUNSON ..... VIRGINIA BUCHANAN .. MELVIN BUCKLEY .... . SARA BULLARD ...... VI DOUGLAS BURKETT, -BKT JACKIE BURNETT ....... ALAN BURNHAM ........ CHARLES BURNHAM FLORA BURNHAM VII RAYMOND BURNS .... JEAN BUTLER ..,... JOE BYRD ........ JOHN BYRD LOUISE BYRD VIII . . . .Wagarville, Alabama . ....... . . .Natchez . . . .Mobile, Alabama ...........Laurel .........Jackson . . . Agricola . . . . . . . .Vista, California ..........Jackson . . . . .Mendenhall . . . . . .Magee . . . . .Magee . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ..............MIze . . . .Mobile, Alabama ............B1lox1 ........Picayune ROGER CALCOTE .. ........... Monticello DON CAMERON ........ ............... N atchez DONALD CAMPBELL ....... Skaneateles, New York SHARON CANFIELD, CDM .............. Moss Point JIM CANONICA .......... Mechanicville, New York IX JEANNE CARLOS .......... ..... L aurel DIANNE CARPENTER, KA . .. .... Biloxi WILLIAM CARPENTER, KA .... ..... J ackson ROBERT CARROLL, JR. ...... ........ L aurel SYLVIA CARROLL ....... .... H attiesburg X CHARLES CARRUTH . .. GENIE CARRUTH ..... GAY CARTER .....,.. . . . JUDY CARTER ........... MARGARET CARTER . . . XI A ROBERT CARTER .... ........Summit ............HattieSburg ................West . . .Birmingham, Alabama . . .Panama City, Florida . .Hattiesburg WILLIAM CARTER, III. .... '.'.'.'.Oce:m Springs BENNIE CASTON ........................ Liberty BEVERLY CHAMBERS .................... Forest CAROLYN CHAPMAN ...... Birmingham, Alabama 3, 2 r . 5 I 4 5' 7' ..-.. . ,-.. uv! N, do L 'il T ,f ' -, cz- if "N s if- , L7 .ls 'S K 41 J 1 ' ff' fi 0 sr T Cf" 'Sf 'ax . dr :X ' i'I I .A I afar. I" "' B I ' ttf:-. Tm Q sl i""X' -T I C.. fffwg.. I E ' 5 tit lla L . L i2'WjiT oe B- ,JFS as T"l"' U .,,,. g!.,.,,,.,,i Q 1 . 'il' I - I K ii . I-gf' 5 gil- I Haw' R.. - ..,., , .f f If 4 , , .f"f'...'.,..,. V N B :W 1 ga g ' iii, Q, 13" - fha I, -0 13? A S'-aw f 'fs A 5, "E" L I A If Q . " ' I ' ' Iv- PM B- :ff ' R 'T ' I V, L , f W All 321 i X ' E T 1 as ' II L -0-4 ' -' A B il S l ijm I 91. I I x. af 495. an Qs ,I Nw gym 5' W1 Q ' if .1 r 'Lf uf. 5-i L- 6. rf JL . 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III North Kansas City, Missouri ................Pascagoula ...........Rogers, Arkansas JOAN CLEARMAN, EEE ..... Dunn Loring, Virginia EUGENE CLEMENTS, Acacia .............. Jackson BARBARA CLEVELAND, EEE ........... Lexington WAYNE CLEVELAND, KE .... Corpus Christi, Texas MAJOR CLICK ....... IV LINDA CLOWER ...... HOWARD COCHRAN . JIMMY COCHRAN .... DANIEL COLE ..... JAMES COLE V JAMES GOMMAGERE . MARTHA GONERLY .. LOUIS CONNOLLY JANET COOK ........ WILLIAM COOK, JR. . VI JUDY COOPER ....... PETE CORKERN ..... DONNA COTITA, KA . TOBY COUSSENS .... ANNE COWART .... VII PEGGY COWART .... CYNTHIA COX ELNA CRAFT ..... RONEY CREWS ..... TED CROWLEY, KA .. VIII THOMAS GRULL, ATS! CLINTON CRUM ..... IRVIN GUEVAS ...... JAGQUELINE CUEVAS SAMUEL CULPEPPER . IX DAVID CUMBERLAND FRANCINE CURRO .. . MIKE CURRY ........ GEORGE DAHLGREN . SHIRLEY DALE ....... X STANLEY DALTON . . .. .. .. .. ...Mobile, Alabama . . . .Crystal Springs . . .......... Janice ... . . . .Jackson . . . . Pascagoula . . . . .Natchez . . . . .New Orleans, Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . .Fairfax, Virginia . . . . .New Orleans, Louisiana . . ........,...... Sumrall .......Laurel . . ....... Jackson . . ...... Pascagoula . . . . .... .Magnolia . . . .Dalsetta, Texas .. . .McLain . . . .Brookhaven . . . .Lucedale . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Brookhaven . . . . . .Delray Beach, Florida . . ............ . . .Wiggins . . ........ Bay St. Louis . . . ............. Kiln . . .... Mobile, Alabama . . . ........... Petal . . .......... Gulfport . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . ..... Pensacola. Florida ..........COlumb1a . . . .Hattiesburg EDWARD DANDRIDGE. '. . ..........., Senatobia WILLIAM DANIELS .. KATHY DANOS ...... AUDREY DAVIDSON . XI JUNE DAVIDSON BARBARA DAVIS .... ELAINE DAVIS ....... ELIZABETH DAVIS .. GLENN DAVIS ....... . . .............. Vaughan . . .... Cantonment, Florida . . ............... Biloxi ...........Whitfield . . . .Mobile, Alabama ...........Laurel . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .Moselle SOPHOMORES I HELTON DAVIS .... MERLE DAVIS ....... THOMAS DAVIS ....... . . CAROLINE DEAN, KA ...... HENRI DEARING, GPM ...... II FREDDY DELANEY . . . VIRGINIA DEMPSEY . . . PAM DENNIS ........ BERT DENSON ......... ELEANOR DEPRIEST . .. III .IUDITH DICKERSON . .. ROSEMARY DICKEY ..... PAUL DICKSON, GJKT IULIAN DIECKMAN . . . JIMMY DOBSON ..... IV MARGARET DOESCHER .. PATRICIA DOLLFUS .... MARY DONALD ....... MARY DOSTER, AZ .... JUDY DRISKELL ..... V CONCHITA DUBOSE ....... POWERS DUNAWAY ....... BARBARA DUNCAN .... .. DIANE DUNCAN ..... SANDRA DUNN .. VI WILLIAM DUTY, Acacia . LINDA DYKES ......... MARILYN DYKES .... ELLEN EARL ......... . DEBBIE EAVENSON VII LEE EDMONDSON, JR. .. IANET EDWARDS ...... CAROL EKES ............. WILLIAM ELLIOTT, KE CHERYL ELLIS .......... VIII RANDY ELLIS ......... . . . .Summit ..............Jacl-cson .............Bassfield Germantown, Tennessee . .... . ...... Columbia . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . .Frankville, Alabama ..............Biloxi ............Natchez . . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . . .Hattiesburg ............PUI'VlS .. . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Pensacola, Florida . . . .. .... .Ellisville . . . . .Pascagoula . . . .Hattiesburg .........Jackson . . . . . . . .Brookhaven . . . .Wilmer, Alabama .Summf-rrdale, Alabama Baton Rouge, Louisiana .. . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ..............Belmont . . . .Jackson . . . .Hattiesburg ........McComb .. . . ...Bay Springs . . . .Eufaula, Alabama ...........jackson ....Hattiesburg ........Biloxi ..........Laurel ............Laurel . . .Atlanta, Georgia Memphis Tennessee MARY ELLISOR ........ 5 :DeFuniak Springs, Florida CHARLES ENGBARTH ..................... Biloxi EARL ERTMAN .................. Lakewood, Ohio JAMES ESTES ........ IX . . . .Selma, Alabama TIM EVANS .................... Prichard, Alabama ROLAND EVANS .......................... Louin FRANKLIN EVERETTE, ATU ...McIntosh, Alabama FRANCES FAGAN .................... Hattiesburg MARY JO FAIRCHILD, KA ........ Miami, Florida X SYLVIA FARNELL .... NORMAN FARVE ..... PATRICIA FELKER .. SYLVIA FENN ...... WILLIAM FERGES XI CAROL FERGUSON ..., MARY FETTERLY ..... BILLY FILLINGAME RUTH FLEMING .....,. LAWRENCE FLESHER ....Mobile, Alabama ...........Sumrall ........Columbia ...........Summit . . . .Mobile, Alabama .....Carthage .............Biloxi .........I-Iattiesburg . . . .Bogalusa, Louisiana .............Jackson ! 4 r . WN , sf 5'3" x . if 'E ' f 1' ew , J EM' ,.,. I MM A., 53 4.1: 5. A I ,G 5 I af Al 'Jo Q .52 , C' 2' 1 '55 ,,,..e '29 ' ' N Q 1 -f in ,sw 2, 1 I. N ....' -vielvll ' S' V X 1 i .. I fu yi K i'i 5 My 'mm 5 wx aw- ' -- i 41 A I 4:- .Q 1.8 xg.. r-' - 1 '-0 T . 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ANN FREUTEL JOHN FRYE ....,... JERRY FULFORD ..... OARLOTTA GABRIOH .. IV PEGGY GAMBRELL OHERRIE GARNER DELIA GARNER ..... JACK GARNER ....... JUDY GARREN, KA .... V EVERETT GIBSON .... BRENDA GILBERT .... JERRY GILES ....... SUSAN GINTER ..... WILLIAM GORNEY VI ...... . . . . .Philadelphia . .............. Jackson . . . .Mc-adville . . . .Hattiesburg . . ....... Biloxi . . .... Hattiesburg . , . .Hattiesburg . . . .McComb . . . .Riehton Schenectady, New York .......,.......Vicksburg ............Hattiesburg . . . .Mobile, Alabama ............Biloxi ... ...Jackson . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Laurel . . . .Jackson . . . . .Leland .... Vicksburg .............Meridian ................Laurel , . . .Panama City, Florida . . . .Orland Park, Illinois WILLARD GOWDY, 'IIKT .............. Greenville LARRY GRANT ............ Garden City, Michigan SHARON GRANT ....... DANIEL GRANTHAM .. LINDA GRANTHAM .. VII PEGGY GRANTHAM .. MARY ANN GRAY . . . . . . .Mississippi City . . . . . .Hattiesburg ... . . . .Jackson ......Moselle ...............DeKalb PAMELA GRAY .............. Hattiesburg RENAE GRAY ...... .... M adisonville, Kentucky CAROLE GREENE .............. Meridian VIII BETTY GREENWOOD .. ...... Prentiss FRANK GREER ....... .... H attiesburg ADAH GRENN ..... . ..,. Brookhaven LEONARD GRIFFIN .. ..... Picayune LYNDA GRIFFIN .... .... V icksburg IX ROBERT GRIFFITH . .. .... Jackson JESSIE GULLEY ......... ..... G renada CAROL GUNN ............ ..... C arthage GEORGE GUTHRIC, JR. ...... ...... J acl-:son THOMAS HAIRSTON, EQIE ..... Meridian X DONALD HALL . .. OREAN HALL .......... BETTY HAMILTON ...... WALTER HAMILTON, K2 . DWIGHT HAMMACK XI HAROLD HANKINS . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . .Ocoee, Florida . . . .Mount Olive . . .... Hattiesburg . . . .Woodville ............Shubuta JOHN HANKS ................. Talladega, Alabama JIM HANSFORD ......... HERSCHEL HARDEE, fbKT BOB HARDY ............. ................Jackson . . . ............ Clara . . .... Biloxi SOPI-IOMORES I ROYOE HARMS .... BETTY HARRELL ...... MARY HARRIS, HB? .... NELL HARRIS ....... WILLIAM HARRIS . .. II CHARLES HARRISON . . . IRCEL HARRISON ..... SHARON HARRISON . .. HILDA HARVISON ...... MARY HATCHER, AEA . III CLAUDE HATTEN JOAN HAVARD ..... ANNE HAWES ...... TROY HAWKINS ..... WILLIAM HAWKINS .. IV RICHARD HAWKS . .. ALICE HAY ........ JANE HENDRICKS LINDA HENRY ..... SAM HENRY .. . V STAN HERRINGTON JOE HESS. HKA ....... WARNER HESSLER .. JOHN IIESTER, Acacia f WAYNE HESTER ....... VI PHYLLIS HICKS, X9 .... JUNE HINES, AAA .... MARY HINTON HAROLD HITT .... A. J. HOBBS ..... VII OLEVIA HODGIN, HB-11 . . . .Jackson . . . . .Carthage . . . .Hattiesburg .........Kreole . . . .Hattiesburg ..............Biloxi . . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . .Tampa, Florida .........McLain . . . . . . .Gulfport . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Lucedale . . . .Clarksdale . . . . .Laurel . . . .Jackson . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . . . .Port Gibson . . . . . .Hattiesburg .......Union . .... Unlon .....Laurel ........,...Jackson ..............Biloxi . . . . .Fairhope, Alabama ...........I-Iamburg . . . .Hattiesburg .........Jackson .............Gloster . . . . .Mobile, Alabama .. . ...Bay St. Louis .................Meridian JAMES HOGAN. ATU ........ Bay Minette, Alabama RICHARD I-IOGUE ................... Hattiesburg HENRY HOLIFIELD . . LEWIS HOLIFIELD, JRi ' ' ' ' ' VIII KENT HOLLINGSWORTH . . . LOUIS HOLLIS, IR. .. . . NEIL HOOKER .......... BIRCHETT HOPKINS . . DINA HOPKINS ...... IX CLAIRE HORN ........ ,JOSEPH HORN, KE .... .IEANNETTE HORTON CHARLES HOUSER, ATU FRANCES HOWARD ..... X LARRY HOVVELL, TKT , RICHARD HOYDICH .. MICKEY HUDSON SANDYE HUFF, 'NT .... FANT HULSEY, ATS! XI TOM HUNCER. UKA JOSEPH HUNCERFORD HAROLD IIUNT ....... . . . . . .Houston, Texas ..........Laurel . . . .Moselle . . . . . .Jackson . . . .Louisville . . . . . .Vicksburg . . . .Mendenhall . . . .Atmore, Alabama ... . . . ...Booneville .. . . .Columbia . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama Maplewood, New Jersey ..............Hattiesburg . .......... ..... M eridian . . . .Hattiesburg . . . ..... Lorain, Ohio .........Biloxi ......Newton BARBARA HUNTER .................... Lucedale PATRICIIA HUNTINGTON, IIIMR . ............... . Bowling Green, Ohio J" i J i L fr , -'Wigan J 'iff fe.. ,, ,L Effi e ' J. ir. ' dx." .hw ' X " Z AF- , 7 Aix :Q '- :-r. A 5. , :Lx a L g ! . ' was ef . is ,,,. A Vw- 1. 'I , X ' 'az f X 'IA A. oh K.. 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BONNIE JONES ..... DAVID JONES .... DENNIS JONES V JOHN JONES, ATS! . LLOYD JONES ...lf .TUDITH JORDAN .... GLENNIA JUEELA JR. WILLIAM KAHLSTORF, KE .. VI JOANN KASBOHM . . . MARTHA KASSIS . .. BARRY KELLY . . . LYNN KENT ........ ROBERT KILGO .... VII HAIMES KILGORE .. MARTHA KINCHLOE JEANE'I'I'E KING, IIE111 LOUIS KING ....... JOAN KINNEBREW . .' ' ' VIII DARRYL KINNISON . JANET KINNISON PAUL KIRKE ............... THOMAS KIRKLAND V , K- . . . HARVEY KNOTTS ........ IX . . . . . . . . .Taylorsville ..............Grec-nwood . .Bogalusa, Louisiana . ........ Hattiesburg ............Collins . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . .Crestview, Florida . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . .Semmes, Alabama ........Yazoo City ......,.....Grenada St. Petersburg, Florida .........Moss Point ............Gulfport . . . .Pascagoula .Chickasaw, Alabama . ............ Gulfport .....Magee .....Petal . . . .Laurel .. . . .Hattiesburg .. . . . . . .Hattiesburg . ..... Ocean Springs ..San Antonio, Texas . .. .. .. ...Greenville .. . . .Biloxi . . . .Gulfport . . . . . .Jackson . . . .Long Beach . . .Moss Point . . . . . .Philadelphia . . . . . . . .Brookhaven . . .Fairh0pe, Alabama ...........BassHeld . . . . . . . .Vicksburg . . . .Mobile, Alabama ...........Natchez . . . . . . .Poplarville .......McComb . . . .Bay Springs ERNST KONIETZKO . .Cali-Colombia, South America DIANE KREES ....... GAYLE LADNER ..... IKE LAFLEUR, -ERT . RONALD LAMEY .... X EETTIE LAND, QM LOUIS LANGLEY .... NANCY LATIMER, QM MARY LAYTON ..... SUE LEDYARD ...... XI JOHN LEE, KA LESLIE LEE ...... LINDA LEE, AAA .... MARTHA LEE .... NINA LEE ...... ..........Pascagoula ....................DeLisle ........Biloxi . . .Leakesville .. . . .Columbia . . . . .Pascagoula . . . .Philadelphia ' ....... Magee . . . . .Jackson . . . . ,Hattiesburg . . . .Waynesboro . . . .Greenville .......Petal . . . .Star SOPHOMORES I MARTHA LEGETT ..... WILLIAM LEONARD, AIR. . . . EDWARD LEPOMA ..... WILLIAM LESLIE ..... ANN LIEB, AAA .... II DOROTHY LIGHT . . RITA LIKINS ....... RONALD LINGLE ADELE LITZ ...... . . DOUGLAS LOCKE ... III JOHN LOPER .... PAUL LOPER ...... BEVERLY LOPEZ BILLY LOTT ....... JOSEPH LOTT IV ROBERT LOVE ...... ALAN LOWE .......... GLORIA LOWMAN, AZ . TOPPER MACKAY .... GENE MADDOX .... V STANLEY MADISON GEORGE MAGEE ...., JAMES MAIN, ATS! GLEN MAJURE ..... JERRY MALLETT VI WILLIAM MALLETTE .. IACIK MALONE ...... . DAVID MANESS .... . .IOANN MANN ......... JOYCE MANSFIELD VII SUZETTE MANUS .... THOMAS MARDIS .. DONALD MARTIN FRANCES MARTIN .. MERLE MARTIN VIII PEGGY MARTIN ...... JOE MASON, JR. ...... . KATHLEEN MATHERNE IAIOLLEY MATHEWS, fm ' ' ' " ROBERT MATHEWS IX CHARLOTTE MATHIS . JOSEPH MATULA .... ROBERT MAXEY .... MICHAEL MAY ... SANDRA MAZUR X JOY MCARTHUR PATSY MCATEE JIM MrAX'ADDY LOIS McBR.-XYER .... .. . . . . . .Gulfport . . . .Pascagoula .......Biloxi . . . . ,Gulfport . . . .Jackson . . . .Hattiesburg .,.....Biloxi ........Laurel . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Seminary . . . .Brookhaven . . . .Hattiesburg ............Biloxi . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Semmes, Alabama . . .Bolivar, Pennsylvania . .............. Jackson . .... Farmer City, Illinois ...Albany, New York ............Jackson . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . . . .Mount Olive . . . .Mobile, Alabama ..........Newton ..........Biloxi . . . .Lucedale . . . . .Hattiesburg ............Canton . . . .M0bile. Alabama . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . .Ormond Beach, Florida ............Hattiesburg ............Columbia . . .Tylertown . . . . .Laurel ............Mer1dIan . . . .Thomaston, .Alabama . . .Lutcher, Louisiana Birmingham, Alabama ................Vicksburg . . . ..... Jackson ...............Biloxi ..............MCCOmb . . . .HuntsvilIe, Alabama .............Jackson .................Prentiss ..................Jackson .Atlantic Citv, New Jersey .................Prcntiss DENNIS MPCARRON ...... Detroit, Michigan XI A DIANNE MCCLAIN ....... .... H atticsburf OAII, INIPCORINIICK. KA ... ... ...... Laurel DUN MrCRANEY ....... ............ P icayune DAVID MCDANIEL ......................... Bude LAWRENCE MCDAVID ........ Citronelle, Alabama 2- 15. 5. gi f Jiri A in for-. 'K 1 -'A in '44 .V- IP vg 6 T io 0-O -K '21, 11 wg- K i f 'X I' E X X 'i T i of -.4f- Ss i 'N 's 'Q .A Y 98 'QB' J 3 il k A Sv if' J, ' 5, pa cg.. f 'Hx ff' I QL' Y I , fu m 'Z '33, f A ' vw 'N 'TE' E F4 ' 'Z' 2.594 Yr i It X 1 . 4 I 'gifs' , , S5 ' L, ls ' ' ' 1 I AA A ,, I ig'1 ' in Q Qi R Q' 4' :D x 3.1 f- ,,., 'G' S. '3- ' ':R- z Q-7 r QL 4 . ?" A .' rm i" .ln-f fi fur., , Sf 0 ll' 1' . I . J 'ik ,,.. 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ROBERT MOLSBEE .A VII RAMoN MONLEA AAAAAAAA .. .. . .. .. .. .Hattiesburg . . . . . . .Kewane-e, Illinois . .Fort Rucker, Alabama .-........ . ..... . . . . .Morton . . . .Ellisville ........Biloxi Leakesville .'.'A'.'15h11ade1phia ,Az... AA . . . .Gulfport ....Car-thage . . . .Tylertown ....... . . . .Ncwark, A Hattiesburg . . Pascagoula New Jersey . . Louisville . . . .Booneville . . . . . Pulaski ..........Picay'une ............Brooklyn . . . . .Mobile, Alabama .--Q... . ..... B1lo'x1 . . . .Picayune . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama .Hattiesburg PATRICK MIMS ....... ............ Grove City, Pennsylvania . . . Meadville . . . .Tylertown . A Pascagoula . .Pascagoula . . A .Ocean Springs .Schenectady, New York BARBARA MONTGOMERY, AAA .......... Edwards CAROL MOODY ............. ..... N ew Augusta CHUCK MOON ...... ........... G ulfport CHARLIE MOORE . A . . . .Mobile, Alabama VIII PAT MOORE ....... A . . .Jackson THOMAS MOORE .................... . .Meridian JERRY MORRIS ...................... Hattiesburg ROBERT MORROW, KA .... New Orleans, Louisiana DANIEL MOSLEY ................ Mobile, Alabama IX TEDDI MOVAN, E22 ..... McKeesport, Pennsylvania EARL MURPHY ........... WILLIAM MURPHY . .. .. EMMA MURRAY ..... SONIA MURRAY A A A X MARGARET MYATT, AEA A DOROTHY MYERS ....... JERRY MYERS ....A.AA.. SUZANNE MYERS BRENDA NABORS XI CARLEEN NECAISE, msd: A . BURKETT NEELY ......... OE NEELY .East Brewton, Alabama .......... .......Petal ................Ovett . -... . A . .Crosby . . . . . . Purvis .Hattiesburg .........Magee Augusta .........Laurel A A .......... Petal . Mendenhall Jackson J A........................... KENNETH NELSON, EQPE .North Palm Beach, Florida JO NETTLES ............. . . . .Brandon SOPHO I PAULA NEW ...... ELLA NEWELL .... . . KAY NEWMAN, AAA .. DAVID NOBLES ........ LINDA NORSWORTHY II JAMES ODOM .,... .. R. A. OROHOLL ........ JUDY ORDNER ......... GORONWY OWEN, III . ELLIS OWENS ......... III ROBERT OwENs ORES .......Petal . . . .Richton .... . .Natchez . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Waynesboro . . .Citronelle, Alabama . . . . . . .Chicago, Illinois . . . .Evansville, Indiana . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . . .Brookhaven SYLVESTER PAGANO, JRi'.'.'.' .... Pass Christian BEVERLY PARHAM, 'MI CHARLES PARK ....... LINDA PARKER . .. IV TOM PARKER ....... WALTER PARKER .... PHILIP PARKS ..... CAROL PARNELL ..... CHARLES PARRISH . .. V PATRICIA PATRICK CHARLES PATTON BILL PAULY ......... DENNIS PEARSON ...... . . . ........... Natchez . . . . Mobile, Alabama . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . .Ocean Springs . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg .. . . .Butler, Alabama ..........Gulfport . . .Chicago, Illinois . . .McIntosh, Alabama .............SaucIer . . . . . .Ocean Springs . .Columbus JOSEPH PELLICIOTTI .'.'.'15fJIlfiQI-iii, New Jersey VI KATY PENDERORASS .. PAMELA PERRY, mr .... DALE PETERZELL ...,.. ROBERT PETRO, ATU . .. GEORGE PIAZZA ...... VII KAY PICRENS, AAA ..... OREN PICKERING ....... GLADYS PICKETT, ESE . BARBARA PIPPEN ........ GAYLE PITTMAN VIII OLIVER PITTMAN, JR. . STEVE PITTMAN ....... WILLIAM PLIOHTA .... . . . .York. Alabama .........Jackson . . . .Moss Point . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .Natchez . . . .Jackson . . . .Natchez . . . . .McComb . . . . .Laurel . . . .Tylertown .................Petal ...........Sandy-Hook Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania CHARLES POLK ....... ................ P icayune CHARLES PORTER .... IX ELEMUEL PORTER CYNTHIA POWELL GILES POWELL ..... MARY POWELL ZEKIE POWELL .... X RAY PRESTON .......... RONALD PREVATTE ...... ROSEMARY PUCKETT, AIA DIANNE PUGH, AIA KITTY PUNESSEN, HIM' . XI IIEIIEN PURSELL .... . DIANE PURVIS, AEA Clif IRCE PURVIS ..... JAMES PURVIS ........ MILDRED QUARLES .... . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama ............Natchez .. . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Woodstock, Illinois .............Laurel . . . .Hattiesburg . .... 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ROCKWELL ROMERO . . . HENRY ROPER ........ CAROL ROS, EEE .... VI AUGUSTO ROSALES ,IEANNIE ROSE ....... TOMMY ROSE ........ LARRY ROSETTI ....... CLIFFORD RUDDER VII CHARLES RUMFELT JAMES RUSHING, ATS! .. AMY RYALS, xo ...... THOMAS RYAN ..... HERBERT SALE, II ..... VIII PATRICIA SALTER .... BETTY SANDERS WILLIAM SANDERS .. SHARON SANFORD .... WILLIAM SANFORD .... IX JACQUELINE SARTIN, A DOUGLAS SAWYER .... RICHARD SAWYER ..... SANDRA SAXO-N, EEE .. JANET SCHEIDER ..... X PAUL SCHILLEREFF .... MARCIA SCHROCK, KA . . . ....... Hattiesburg . . ..., Mobile, Alabama . . . ......... Stateline . . . ......... Liberty . . .Levittown, Pennsylvania ...........Hattiesburg .................Biloxi . . . . .Pensacola, Florida . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . .Caracas, Venezuela . . .... . . ...... Biloxi ......Laurel .........BilOxi . . . .Hattiesburg .......jackson ....Hattiesburg .............Tylertown ..................Biloxi .. .Bluefield, West Virginia .. .PeteI'man, Alabama ...........MeI'idian ...........Vaiden . . . .McComb ... ...Biloxi EA .......... Hattiesburg . . . . . .Chickasaw, Alabama . . . . . .Chickasaw, Alabama ............Meridian .. . . . . . . . .Clarksdale . .. ...... . .Pascagoula ................Picayune ANN SEAL .................... Varnado, Louisiana WILLIAM SEARCY ........ New Orleans, Louisiana CARL SEAVER ... . . . XI - STEPHEN SEKUL ROBERT SELLERS MARTHA SHANKS .... ELIZABETH SHARP JACK SHARP ........ Island Heights, Newjersey . . . . .Biloxi . ......... Magee . . . . . . . . .Taylorsville . . . .Sebring, Florida ............Petal Y ffw EE? 5 I ic: 1 lgigg? sb 1IlI!, I 'ann I S In A THCMLHSSHARP ......... .............. PHA , .. f'B- aaa, I GARRY SHAIV ................... Mobile, Alabama I ' PATRICK SHEEHAN, HKA ,,... Alexandria, Virginia I be 'Q , A RICHARD SHENK ......... ..... L Oxley, Alabama 1 '13 ' 5. fi 'll I "' N " GEORGE SHERRILL, KE . . ........ Hattiesburg 1 ,J 7 II ' ,..,, nf PEPPY SHIELDS ........ .QLDUBWHF Y CLEMCWISHOEMAKE... ..... Hmuamag id? hyafx, LHUMXSHLWF TM ,..... ..... Banana A Qf Q SUZANNESHURLEY... ..xawbCRx ,4 I ,, KAREN SHUTT, X9 . .. ..,... Biloxi ia M F' iii- R 'A' J I 2'- ifi' A IH A A LA A Af GARY SIGNOX ............ Schenectady, New York TERRENCE SILVA, ATU .... New Orleans, Louisiana H ', , 14,3 wif. I CAROLYNSTMNKD5,TM ................ KdmmO W - -A fPW'?- KATHRYNEHMMONS .............,..... Bwwwn ,pf up -A . ,I al RONALD SIMNICHT .... ..... B ilbxi 'fl 4. ,S L, gi- , f.: 3' 'I W ax. f A bf- , ,- 'TB' j fi- 2'1" T' ' " IV ,,,: E :IQ 1 :V l 'li .-,. F .V I ' , CAROLYN SKINNER, AZ . ...... Biloxi Q ' A , Ai' REBECCA SLATON .................... Noxapater K A CAROL SLAUGHTER, X9 .....,........... Jackson L 1 T ,, f' -I THOMAS SLOVICK ....... Coraopolis, Pennsylvania . WILLIAM SLYFIELD, ATS! ............. Mbaa Pbibi Q 1 F fr .A - - V ern vf if - ' H ,If- J " i 'N ANDRBASNHTH .... ..... BmmHmvm . ' BARBARA SMITH ...... ..... B rookhaven 0 CHARLES SMITH ....... ........ J ackson ' DELANCJSM1TH,EE5 H. ..... Hankwum 5 -'Wig DORIS SMITH ......,.. ...... M OS6ll6 I . im i 'S , J ew ,A , b 4' 1 1.i ' 1 WU Aff 1 ' ' DOTTY SMITH ........ Hattiesburg I EDDIE SMITH ........... Vicksburg A . AQ FIIJRIAN'SbIVTH ... ...., SHvmhHL.Abbama GRACESNHTH,+M,.. ......,...... DeKMb V ,'Mw JAMES SMITH .,.. ..... H attiesburg Y d ' ' A f ' 'Ai VII at 1: aa- QL KENNETH SMITH . . . ....... Pascagoula L . A 34 LARRY SMITH ...... ........... J abkabii ' 1 LAWRENCE SMITH .... ...BI'CWtOYl, Alabama L q L 1 LOYD SMITH, JR. ....... .............. N atchez A ,,.V 1 -X W MARYLEN SMITH, KA . . . . . .HuntSville, Alabama I law 'XS 4 , E 3, CW Q I , 15' Q XHII . Ryan. ,gl 5. an Q :L , ,si JANHHQSMYTHE ..,.................. Mbalbmi ','f .- , , . - - ALFRED SNELGROVE. 5445 .... Lake Jackson, Texas -SJ' I I , ,- MARY SORALSKI ..........,....... Pass Christian AA' 3. 'L DANNY SOLANO .......... New Orleans, Louisiana RICHARD SOLEY . . . .... Boston, Massachusetts I ,' .W to 'MGE IX f' Tv. fs Q1 . Ii . 'T bs n 's JUDY SOWELL ...................,...... Jackson - V I. I-7 . W ,, " NANCY SPAULDINC ..... williamabii, wear Virginia I f J f- , Q9 MACK SPENCE, 'NYT ...........,. ....... P iiivis S4 X., I A , VIRGINIA SPENCE ...... ....... P icayunc f QS A IJENNHS SPENCHH ATQ .. .Hauwnxba J ,,, . I X Q q ' 11 I, gt A, 5 X 15 X 4 ROY SPENCER, KE ..... .Hattiesburg ,igii , N , :L v -. 3, KAREN STAKER ......... .... M clntosh, Alabama 5 ' CMT, A V 'gf' ' THOMASSHNKS,KA... ......... Hmdwhng JUDY STAMPER ....... ............. L biiin A A i NORRIS STANFORD . . . XI AMELIA STARKER . . . .Ithaca, New York ,... .Mcl'iCli:lIl GARY S'llA'l'ON .... .Hatllcsburg DAVID STEPIIENS ...,.. .... I lzlkvnli' IIAYDEN STEPHENS ..................... Sumrzlll B4 HWEN STI DI,I.ENNN'ERCK . . .R1OlllQOl1lCI'y, .Alllliillllll X IO7. QE AA 1 A If A AA' , A A 'I 'Mn 4'-if 5 4- v 1 A R ' ii 5, Aw- Qs' A gmflaf' f Tv Ax A 3 " A 'I' i .f-.4 7' A CQ: as Amp 2? A AA 4, war, mum ff A '2" A A I A X .,.. I 1- ' 0 A.m.,,?T fi A . 2 1 if QAAX D v J if A A - fr.-A . Q MA an I A, Q x ti x M A X, ' V 'vv' ,A, Ilugur i -' 'rw I . , V ,W 3 A . R A A 1:-A 5 A AA CUF 1-i f .A A W' ' A llzl AAA, A , A .A in A ""' W 'fm wwf, A in ,SK A AAA. i A Q- ' fl A ' M A... 'fr 'W-' A AM: A Ta Q A -A-A... f A M VQ., 'cf' ,A ik 0' A' Q " A AA A --f"A' A. :A fv 4 A. 1- 'fa . f A -. - 1 A A VVVA of A -f AAAA A. AV ii. f A .A .ws ' Iii .A,A , "" , A A l I 'lvi AAAA . . AAAA 'i : H f- A .,-A A X spa K ' : K 'V A' I ' :A il' A 'arf fe - 5' fr A.- iff A , ff' 7 W' T A - R -f " - " R- 'I ' I -A G: :xx Lu 'fi Q V RX 3 2 ff XF mv A -Q. A :XA Aff.-7 I H21-K ' A. bf Af 'W' V is T A is ' AAAA I I 'Q' ' - ' A' Q M A 5 AA V f I Qi K ei sp- ff ,mis 1 f-' ' A "' 'fm A M .Aw A. S, -Q AAA- 35 A A' ' L - ff Al A A., A cz- , W . A A .A QA ' 'dv 7. 1, 'f....3' . V5 'M 925' : VL 'M " I A' A A I ad ' 4--'W4 i .. A 'T - 'dawg 1 ' A A X AA ,ga , Hx gr. 'CRA .A .Ai .A V: A -ia'- g ' QF' R v--- 5 ,.. , ' '-:::' A -A ,M Y A -4' r A WA 255 'Sr - FV vs A 1o3 A I ,K A Q "' 'Q SOPI-IO I DORIAN STONE, IIKA MARVIN STRINGER BENARD STRONG . . A . BOBBY STUCKEY ...... HOWARD STUTZMAN A II JUDY STUTZMAN, AAA RACHEL SULLIVAN ..... DOROTHY SUMRALL RONIE SUMRALL ..... JOHN SWISHER ..... III CLAUDE SWITZER A A A ROBERT TADLOCK ..... INEZ TANNER ............ BONNIE TAYLOR, MA GLENDA TAYLOR .... IV JERRY TAYLOR AAAAAA LYNN TAYLOR, AAA AA RICHARD TAYLOR ROBERT TAYLOR .. HAZEL TEDDER AA V VIRGIL TEE, KA ...... PATRICIA TELLEJOHN EMILY TEMPLET ..... ROY TEMPLET ......... PENNY THATCHER VI DOUGLAS 'DHOMAS . . A MARTHA THOMAS ORES A A. .A .Kreolw A A . .Columbia A .A A A .Utica . A A .Columbia A A .Fort Adams A A A .Lessley A A A A .Jackson AA....AA..AGreenv1lle ...............-IZICIKSOII A. A. .EdgewooclA Maryland . A. .Panama City, Florida .............-IHCRSOTI .......AEllisville ..A.......Jackson A A A .Ocean Springs A . .Laurel A A A .Jackson . A A A .Laurel A A . .Meridian A A . .MOSC'llC A...AA....A.A..Hattiesburq .......A...ADerby, Kansas New Orleans, Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana ................LZll1l'C'l .AAA . A A .Hattiesburg ...AA A A A .Hattiesburg TERRELL THOMAS ....AA.... AA.. H attir-shura CAROLYN THOMPSON, X9 .A A.A.AA Canton LINDA THOMPSON A..A..... AAA. J ackson VII PERLA THOMPSON A A. AA.. Jackson SYBLE THORNTON A . AAAAAAAA Mize LINDA THRASI-I AA.. ...Philadelphia MARY THWEATT A A ...AA Natchez ALICE TIGERT .A .A.A. Laurel VIII BOB TINSLEY A...A.AAA. A A .Gulfport MCARTHUR TISDALE . A. GERALD TOUCHSTONE ......Ovett .....A.AAA........Laurel OWEN TRAHANT ......A... New Orleans, Louisiana RODGER TRIGG IX MARSHALL TUCKER A A CARROLL TUMEY ..... .A......A...AHattiesbure A A . A .Union A A... .Liberty LLOYD TURNER AA..A A... L ucedale IIMMIE TYRONE .A ..... Prentiss BILLY ULMER AAA. AA.. H eidelberg X HOWARD VALENTINE A.AAA.AAAA Vicksburg BETTY VANDERVOORT A A A ....A....... Meridian DONNA VANDYKE, 'MI ...... A .Memphis, Tennessee JA BA VANSLYKE, JR, ..........A..A.... Hattiesburg BILL VAUGHN, IIKA .....AA Raleigh, North Carolina XI WILLIAM VOSS, KI ........ ..A....... N atchez GEORGE INADDELLA 'PKT ..A...AA.. Ocean Springs MELITA VVADE ....A.A..........A...A..AAA Laurel CHARLES WAITES A .A ANN WALKER ...... A . . .Birmingham, Alabama ..A........Waynesboro SOPI-IOMORES I BILLY WALKER, CDKT . . JAN WALKER ....... JOHN WALKER ........ SKIP WALKER .......,.. VICKI WALKER, HBR II WILLIAM WALKER, TKT . .. PERCY WALL ...... ...... DOUGLAS WALLEY ..... REBA WALLEY ...... PATRICIA WALLS III LYNN WALTON . . ALMA WARD .......... HARRY VVARD .,......., MARY WARD ............ LINDA WARDLAVV, EEE ... IV SHARON WARNER . .. . . MARTHA WARREN WILLIAM WARREN LEON WATERS ........ GEORGIA WATSON . .. V JACK WATTS ............. SANDRA WATTS ......... JEAN WEATHERSBY, KA .. CHARLES WEAVER, KA .. JAMES WEAVER .....,.. VI JAMES IVEEKLEY .... LARRY WELBORN . . . ROSE WELFORD .... ...Waynesboro ........Mize ...,.....Lyon . . . .Pascagoula . . . .Meridian . . . .Meridian . . . . .Osyka . . . .Richton . . . .Brooklyn . . .Natchez ........Newton . . . . . .Silver Creek . . . . .Bay St. Louis . . . . . . .Meridian . . . . . . .Jackson ..Deansboro, New York .. . . .. .. .. .Hattiesburg .............Prentiss . . . .Mobile, Alabama ,... ...Hattiesburg . . . . .Columbia . . . .Poplarville . . . . . . . .Gulfport .........McGomb . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . .Prichard, Alabama .............Laurel .........Lucedale JIMMY WELLS, TKT ... . . . .Magee LEWIS WELLS, EKIJE .... Kreole VII VAN WELLS .......... .... ........ H a ttiesburg MARCIA WERMUTH ............ Mobile, Alabama BARRY WEST ............ JACQUELINE WESTBROOK. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' H ANDREW WESTLING ..... VIII .Picayune ...........Petal . . . .... Jackson CHARLES WHITE . . . .. .Kosciusko JAMES WHITE ...., .... C olumbia ROBERT WHITE .. ........... Gulfport PATSY WHITLOCK .. .............. Laurel ARLON WIDDER ..... Theodore, Alabama IX JERRY WILBANKS ...... . . BEVERLY WILHITE, KA .. GLYNN WILLIAMS ....... JAMES WILLIAMS ....... JOHNNIE WILLIAMS .... X JOYCE WILLIAMS ....... LEONARD WILLIAMS .... PEGGY WILLIAMS, X9 .... RAYNALD WILLIAMS .... ............Gorinth ..............Jackson . . .Thomaston, Georgia .. . . . . .Bonlfay, Florida . . . . .The-odore, Alabama ..............Jackson ...........PasCagoula .New Orleans, Louisiana Metairie, Louisiana ARTHUR WILLIAMSON . . .... ,.... M cLain XI BETTY WILLIAMSON ... EMILIE WILSON ..... GEORGE WILSON ........ JERRY WILSON .......... IYLRIKE WINLIKELMANN . ..Grove Hill, Alabama ............Starkvi1le ,...........Jackson . .... Mobile, Alabama . . . . ...... Waveland '- ear " itll 75" "' A A 'M -v as . S., I . I I ghevil , f-es I "" L R SZ , Jw. f' 510 Wx Q ,M . We 'S . A A, - 4' M as :- I T 'T' T 3 " M ' A , ' "TT , , U S, 'X th A9 A A I , x .. - , r 'A T: ra: 'N 'Q Ag l Q In :N for I l I , 'wi lit? if J T +L "X A I il T 9 " n bv?-J if :ll G. , I A- ' 1 , W, -1 , ,v.- I il," VHA ,Zan V Hx,,gf ,Y R, f N , " f " A ' A E ss .",, I A WEN A fm 2215, W ,Q , 'hs D. 'X' 4 R r- J 1--'v A , - I mf 4 I 1 A as-9 X I 5,34 fin. ll r N :C ai , I A T-I fl ' .11 A Z5-, .., , 1 .4 ah , Qs' '. , W Q ,f 5- . 'E ,, ' 35- l if ,jg I1 cr' J . W-' I 'Y I Wg I TJ , i ,, eff Q Q. , , i Lib' + V A "' gl . f ff "'-F -.X :ie "T I in f W "" 46 ! 'Q ax . I .v 1' A .11 "' Cx S - 4 NAR. Ax J ' ' Ct ic I l I 3:3 ' , x A A 'ln S 4 I 4' f,r- , ,. A f I Q M 1 it I 'Z I 1 xkfllzfx 5 R, SOPI-IOMORES I GINNY WINDHAM BRENDA WITHERS RONALD WOLSKI KYLE WOOD II K SHARON WUEJLUMH. I f ' ' II JOHNNIE WRIGHT ERNESTINE YAWN CAROL YELVERTON ... ....... MARY YOUNG ...... ........... Mobilr-, Alahaina Mobilv, Alzibanizi .... ...Chimg0, Illinois .. . . .Hattivsbiiru .....Hattic'Ql'Jurg ....Dc-catur .........Collins ...,,....M32f'C' A rlington, Tcxzis THOMAS YURAN .... Pitthburgh, Pennsylvania III JOSEPH ZDYBEL ...... Berkeley Heights, New Jersey I Freshman Class Officers, left to rnght Greg Fox Presxdent Donna Dickson, Treasurerg Loftin, Secretary. FRESI-IMAN CLASS GFFICERS AN FAVQRITES ,, I3 I -'mf at a H-. .Ju ' V " 1 I 4 1 A lv . 'A :lv :- ' , - .... a iry If I ,an X , A .V ,J Q ',,"z: f f 'J . AV,,, . ,Af-, A N., f , 1 F " I N v, . ' '. ' M YA-,?w ,V 1' .H Q' v tw- A M' "l 'nil ' J. ,il-'1'. . - W 1 .. ah, .5521 ,Eff 1 .Q 1 ' "F 'V , 'f , . V' ,- 1 "Cy" is A- 'll "Egan A , , , M fx 4.156 A , ' L , x,. X 0 1' 5, M ..., 'j ...1 A 'E A.. 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V SH E Hattiesburg Mobile, Alabama .............Jackson ............COlumbia .Birmingham, Alabama . . . .Hattiesburg ......Gulfport .. . . .Philadelphia ......Magee ....Petal . . . .Shreveport, Louisiana . . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama . Montgomery, Alabama .............Hattiesburg New Orleans, Louisiana .......Petal . . .Woodville ......McComb ..........Kokomo ... .Miarni, Florida WAYNE ARCHER ...... ..... H attiesburg HENRY ARLEDGE ..... . ...... Bay Springs CHARLES ARMSTRONG . . . .......... Meridian JIMMY ARNOLD ......... .. .Mobile, Alabama GILBERT ARRINGTON .... VI SYLVIA ASHLEY ..,.. BRAD ASH MORE, KE .... JULIA ASKEW ........ SILI ATUATASI . . . PEGGY AVANT . .. VII DAVID AVENT . .. KEN AVERY ..... JOHN BAILEY ...... THOMAS BAKER . . . ELLIS BALDWIN VIII . . . . . .Rolling Fork .......,...Natchez . . .Mobile, Alabama ............Corinth . . . .Pago Pago, Samoa . . . .Pensacola, Florida . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . .I-Iomestead, Florida ...........Vicksburg . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . .Pensacola, Florida QUINTON BALL ...... .... J ackson MARTHA BANKSTON .................... Laurel JOMARIE BARICEV ...................... Biloxi DANIEL BARKER ...... Chesapeake Beach, Maryland KATHLEEN BARNES .............. Houston, Texas IX MOLLY BARNES ..... .... H attiesburg NORMA BARNETT . . . . . .Duck Hill LARRY BARRETT .... .... F oxworth MILLIE BASS ...... .... S umrall PAUL BASS ...... .... S umrall X THOMAS BASS, KA .. JACK BATTLE, KA PATSY BEATY, :EE ..............Laurel . . . .Pensacola. Florida ...............,..Jackson AUBREY BECKHAM .................. Pascagoula LEE AL BECKMAN ...... Fort Walton Beach, Florida XI DORVAL BELL . .. SANDRA BELL ...... PHILIP BELLEW ...,.. BEN BENIGNO ........ ....Petal ... ....Jackson ........Jackson . . . . . .Long Beach CHARLES BENTHIEN .... Ocean Springs FRESH E I BOBBIE BENTLEY .... DAVID BERRY ..... REGENA BERRY ...... JOHN BHONN, KA ..... MARLENE BILEK, xsz II JIMMY BIRDSONG .. MERRILYN BISHOP . . . CAROLYN BLALOCK . . . CHARLOTTE BLEDSOE . PATRICIA BLOUNT ..... III NINA BOLLMAN .... MARY BOND ..... JAMES BOON ...... JAMES L. BOONE .... FRANK BORDEAUX IV EDWIN BOSSIER, KA .... ...............B1loxi BUIE BOSTIC, AIHKT .... .... . .. MARGARET BOSWORTH THOMAS BOUNDS ..... . KATHY BOUTWELL . . . V JIMMY BOWERS, IIKA ROGER BOWLIN ........ ' NEIL BRECKENRIDGE. KA ROBERT BREITKAUPT .. ANDY BRELAND ........ VI RAY BRELAND .,..... JOHN BRENT ......... OLEN BREWER, HRA OSEPH BRIDGERS J ............ WILLIAM BRINDZA, KA . . VII MARTHA BRISTER. X9 . .. THOMAS BRIT'TON .... RAYMOND BROCK .... JO BRODNAX ........... GEORGE BROOKS, JR. VIII NOLAN BROOKS, HRA BARBARA BROWN, KA GEORGE ANNA BROWN . JOHN F. BROWN ........ JOY BROWN, um' ..... IX TOM BROWN ......... VICTOR BROWN, KE .... LUCILLA BROWNE, X9 .. CAROL BROWNING ..... HAROLD BRUMFIELD ... X ERNEST BRYAN ......... REBECCA BRYAN, 'MI ANN BRYANT ......... JAMES BRYANT ...... LINDA BRYANT XI MARTHA BRYANT, A-XA . MARY BRYANT ........ JOHNNY BULLOCK ..... WILLIAM BURCH ...... . CHARLES BURDICK. AT9 . . . .. . .. .Enterprise . . .Mobile, Alabama . . .Mobile, Alabama ..........Natchez .........Laurel . . .Jackson . . . . . .Laurel . . . .Centreville . .......... Jackson . . . .Pass Christian .Honolulu, Hawaii ...........BllOXl . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Gulfport Prichard, Alabama . . . . . . .Pascagoula . . ........ Biloxi . . .Hattiesburg . . .Jackson ...Liberty . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Greenville . . .Hattiesburg .............Wigg'ins . . . . .Mobile, Alabama ................Clinton . .Atlanta, Georgia McKeesport, Pennsylvania . . . . . . .Yazoo City . . .Osceola, Indiana .Columbia Daphne, Alabama .... .. ...Gulfport . . .Jackson .. . . . . .Biloxi . ...... Prentiss . . . . Port Gibson ......Natchez . ...Meridian . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Brandon .. . . .Natchez . . . .McComb ......Decatur . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .Gulfport ...Hattiesburg . . .Hattiesburg . . .Hattiesburg .. ...Natchez ......Hattiesbur S .........Natchez Conway, Arkansas ,ns 'if ' Q J 'sq . 4-if 1. I I lg A as J in -' ff' v TT" A A A-'afzi V 1- ' . . E Q4 Ka r is I 1 I b 4 on ---' ' E. 2 ' ' X 1 f -A I sf K my 4.193 A f LQ.. 7 . 5 ff 5.15 M 32 F' ' f W . 'Ex iiv- J!! a. X al, J : , ' A "e. 111 1 11 TT' i V . 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THEODORE BURKE JR., 9 . . . .Mobilt-, Alabama lillir' Qczhifkmw, .A1.ib.m... JIMMY BURKES ...................... Pascaqoula GEORGE BURSON .... LEWIS BUSBY ...... II BILLY BUSH ......... EDDIE BUSH, ATU .... PATRICIA BUXTON . . . ANNETTE BYNUM .. KENNETH BYRD III LINDA BYRD ......... GERALD CABLE, ATU ROBERT CALDWELL . . . SANDRA CALDWELL . .. WILLIAM CAMPBELL .. IV GEOFFREY CANFIELD .. MIKE CAPPAERT ...... CAROL CAPPEL, X9 .... CHARLES CARGILL JOSEPH CAR1DEo V MARTI CARPENTER, XC ......B1lox1 ....Natchr-z .. .Colquitt. Georgia . . .MolJilr', Alabama .......HattifAsburu ... . . . . . .Sumrall . ...Beaumont .. . . .Mobile, .Alabama ....Alexandria, Virginia ..........Columbus .....Laurel ....Jackson . . ........ . .Purvis .. .....ViCksburg . . . .Metairie Louisiana .............Hattiesburg .. . . .Vineland, New Jersey . .. .. .Poplarville FAY CARR ............. .... J ackson JOHN CARR .,.......... .... , Jackson MARGARET CARROLL . .... Jackson JOANN CARRUTH .... .... M cComb VI LYNN CARTER ............ ........... G ulfport ROBERT CARTER ...... CHARLES CARTWRIGHT TOMMY CASEY ....... .................Natchez KE .Panama City, Florida f ........ Mobile, Alabama MILBURNE CASSADY, JR. . .. .... Mobile, Alabama VII JOHN CASTLEN ........ JIMMY CAUSEY ....... TERRY CAUTHIRDS, 401 LEO CHAPPELL ........ DONALD CHERRY, TKT VIII MIKE CHRISTINA .... RUSSELL CHURCH GAIL CLARK, AEA GLENDA CLARK .. JAMES CLARK, KA IX JIMMY CLARK ... ALBERT CLINE . .. JAMES COATS . .. JOHN COBLE ....... EDWIN COCHRAN X ,JOYCE CoCC1Ns HOWARD CCHEN .... ,JAMES COLLINS .......... WILLIAM COLLINS ..... SHIRLEY CONNELL XI JOHN COOK ..... RAY COOLEY ...... PAMELA COOPER . .. ROBERT COOPER ..... GERALD COPELAND ... . . . .Greenville ............McComb ................Gulfport ..New Braunfels, Texas .....Pensacola, Florida ..........Natchez ........Miami. Florida . . . . . . . .Ocean Springs .Winter Garden, Florida .Hattiesburg .....Waynesboro .......Hattiesburq ...............Soso ....Orlando, Florida ............Biloxi ...,Jackson ............ClarksdalC . . . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg New Orleans, Louisiana ..............Eupora . . . .Ocean Springs ...........Lucedale ..............Morton . . .Rochester, New York ...........He1dc-lberg FRE I CLYDE COPELIN ..... FRANK CORNWELL CHARLYNE COSTLEY . SHIRLEY COUCH ..... WILLIAM COURTNEY . II TAYLOR COWAN JAMES Cox, KA ARLEN COYLE .... NANCY CREWS PAULA CRIDER ., III DELMAS CRISP ....... WINNON CROSBY, KA . MICHAEL CROTWELL . DOUGLAS CROUCI-I. KA VVILLIS CULBERSON .. IV BARRIE CULLIS .....,. CAROL CUMISKEY, AAA FAYE CUMMINS ...... PATRICIA CURRY LYNN CURTIS ...., V LINDA CUTRER ...... CHARLES DANN ...... JAMES DANNER, III, KA DAVE DAREN ......... BONNIE DAUCHERTY . VI GWEN DAVIS ....... KENNETH DAVIS ...... LYNDA DAVIS ........ MARJORIE DAVIS, X9 . NIKKI DAVIS ......... VII ROBERT DAVIS . .. SAMMY DAVIS SHARON DAVIS .... TOMMYE DAVIS .... WILLIAM B. DAVIS VIII WILLIAM MI DAVIS REBECCA DAWKINS CARROLL DEARING ... GWEN DELLENGER DIANE DELMAS, AEA . IX PHILIP DELUISOLA WILLIAM DELZELL .. FRED Dc-MOUY ..... TONI DENNIS ...... ANN DePRIEST, AZ X SYLVIA DESPORTE, 'MI SARA DICKSON ....... ANTHONY DiFATTA .. EDWARD DISMLYKES PAYE DOBSON ......... XI PATRICIA DONAHEY .. THOMAS DONALD ... DONNA DOOLEY ... CURTIS DOSSETT . .. S I-I A ...........Greenwood Harwich, Massachusetts ............Meadx'ille ................EsCatawpa .. . . .Warwicle Rhode Island . . . .Bristol, Tennessee ...........Natchez ..........Natchez . . .Crystal Springs . .... Waveland . . .Canton, Ohio .. . . .Long Beach .......Morton .. .. .. .Biloxi ....Moss Point .. .Freeville, New York . . . . .Tulsa, Oklahoma .......Kosciusko . . .Hattiesburg ......Laurel ...........Natchez . . .Mobile, Alabama ............Laurel ..........Hattiesburg .. .McIntosh, Alabama .. . . . . .Pascagoula ..........Columbia .. .Mobile, Alabama .........McComb ........Moselle . . .Mobile, Alabama .........Pascagoula . . .Mobile, Alabama . ...... Hattiesburg . .. . . .. .Gulfport ....Gulfport ,... .Louin . . . .Jackson ........Biloxi ...Moss Point ..............Jackson .. .Wichita Falls, Texas .. . . .Mobile-, Alabama .............Fayette ...Richmond, Virginia ........Biloxi .. . . . . .Mount Olive . . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg .. .Prichard, Alabama ..,.......Columh3a Winter Carden, Florida .............VosshurLg , . . . .I42llK1'l1llld, Florida ...,......'.....IIattieshuru JOHN DU'l'l'Ol,O .... East Sy'I'.H'llSl'. New Yorlt 'y 'X V, fi " .W 'rv' ' nfl .A ,... 1. K I . 22 -Zi ' V 2' :"Nx ' 99 , . :gg if 1' . ,Q 3 In ax s Ffa 'nf' I I ' :rr I ,RIA I Rl 3 , I NI"-if 1 I , V 0 .. I, t I I ,h I -,.A an s V " . ' '--'S-.Ra fp' L L3-I ' , . ' E A , ,, I-fe . 1 J , ,E Al .. I . l .A 'Q A .Q ' I 4 , - I K T' . A 'Q . gg 5. I 4 QP' 4 I Elf?-A K Q . IIO 'B I -35 : . V' f E' ESI-IME 1 . . .. ............. Collins MARION DUDLEY ........ .... M obile, Alabama .ff F R In V rs: fs.- I 2 .L ii 'H H f A a L I J 9 , .. CHARLES DUCKWGRTH I ' J 7:" 'W' in JANICE DUKE 'R N 2'-aiwj if BETTY DUKES ,W 3, 4 H MICHAEL DUPREE 1 ' I ,,l. "' ' ' ni N ' ,516 + , Qfeefjdis, . E,,, ,,,, . an 2 . A 'J fl, .QM 5F 'R gl A ulu- Q Q. V ff, A .,,,.., L'o,x,i ,,, M It A ., A Mx I ,.. if 'A fl' El E R- A . V' lf I .'l,-. 2-y . . I cv' A . . . Q f - L' of' . ,: AIIQ My A-, 11,11 ,H Ji bzzb . Af gk 3 if kd K Nm., AA J , YW 4 fx 16" . .Ya , F.. .5 r r - fo. - f-so f a- ,. 'sw J Wa .. , Q, QM.-v guns he N01 5 . mo, f f - X f ' J.. f-f LPN t-Q MELBA EASTERLING WAYNE EASTERLING .... DONNA EDGIN ........ LORR'AINE EDMoNSoN' f 1 ff JAMES EDWARDS .,...... III WILLIAM EDWARDS .... NITA ERWIN .......... JAMES ESTES ......... JoE ETHRIDGE, HKA SUSANNE ETHRIDGE IV LAVON EUBANKS . .. LEMUEL EUBANKS .... MARY EVERETT ..,.. BUDDIE EZELL ...... RONNIE FAIRLEY V DIXIE FALL ......... DONALD FARMER .. REVA FARMER .... JEAN FARRIS .... HARVEY FELTS . .. VI LEo FISCHE JR. ..... . .........Gulfport ..........qIaCkSon . . . .Mobilf', Alabama . . .Perkinston . . . .Hattiesburg ... . .Natchez . . . . .. .Natchez . . . .Hattiesburg ... . . . .Columbia . . . .Bay St. Louis . . . . . . .Greenville ..........Jackson . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . .Lucedale . . . .Lucedale .........Biloxi . . . .Pascagoula ........Petal . . . . . . . .Sandersville . . . .Mobile, Alabama .. . . . . .Hattiesburg .........Jackson . . . .Pascagoula . . . .McComb JANE FITZGERALD .... . . ........... Gulfport NANCY FLETCHER, AEA HERBERT FLIPPO ...... DIANNE FOERSTER ..... VII RICKY FORTE, IIKA ...... SANDRA FORTENBERY . . . JOE FORTSON .......... MARK FORTUNE ..... KENT FOSTER ..... VIII HAL Fox, KE ....... KENNETH FRANCO .... JERRY FREELAND ..... ..............Hattiesburg . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . .Lacombe, Louisiana . . . .Hattiesburg . . .Natchez .. . . . . .Hattiesburg ..............BiIoxi . . .Port Arthur, Texas .... ...Hattiesburg . . . .Mobile, Alabama ...........Lucedale JAMES FREEMAN, JR. .................. McComb WALTER FRENCH, JR., KA IX MONROE FREY. KA .... BARBARA FUENTE .. ERNEST FULMER . .. . .... Columbus, Georgia . . . .Chickasaw, A'labama ............P1cayune ...........Gulfport 1 A V L GEORGIA GAINEY .. .......... Jackson JOHN GARDNER .... Mobile, Alabama 5 I :CQ E g? ' gg X ,A ,' I 5 'if' 'ZLI E- DANA GAREN ...... ........ M obile, Alabama f 1 -..-J 5 I 'i'o - ANN GARoN, AZ ..... ...,........ . ....Go1foo1-f ...gm " f J ERNESTO GARZON ...... Colombia, South America J f ' GARoLE GAUTHIER .................. Handsboro H KATHY GENCO ...... .... N ew Orleans, Louisiana t A f . "s1o in QF CHRIS GEOTES .... ,............., . .Gulfport ' , J 1 J LoU1S GERTLER .... .... N ow ofiooos, Louisiana l ' V 1 " '-, J 1 '.. WALTER GIBSON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ff BETTY GILL ........ ............ M oss Poiot , A S lk BYRON GILLEON ...Hoootoo, Texas III FRESI-IME I BARBARA GILLEY, AEA ......... Jackson CAROLYN GLISSON ..... DONALD GOLDMAN ...........Natchez . . . .Mobile, Alabama JOSEPH GOLDMAN ...... .... M obile, Alabama WILLIAM GONZALEZ . . . .. .PensaCola, Florida II JERVASE GOODNOUGH, AZ .................... Simpsonville. North Carolina PATRICIA GORDON ................. Port Gibson UDEAN GORDON, KA ..................... Kreole MICHAEL GOULD ................. Pass Christian DANIEL GRACIA, JR. .. .......-.............. Bogota, Colombia, South America III SUSEY GRAHAM ........................ Summit EVELYN GRANTHAM, HB4' .............. Brandon JOHN GRAY ...........,...... Bogalusa, Louisiana W, W. GRAYSON .......... .............. B iloxi CHRIS GREEN .... IV GAYLE GREEN JERRY GREEN ....... RONNY GREEN ..... GEORGE GREENWALT' ' COOKIE GREER ....... V GRIER GREGORY .. JANICE GRIFFIN ..... DANA GRIFFITH, fbM .... HENRY GRIFFITH .... LINDA GUICE ...... VI BETTYE GUNN .... ELWOOD HAAB ......... ' YVONNE HABEEB ....... RoNNIE HAGKLER ...... . . . .... Gulfport . . . .Gulfport . . .McLain . . . .Gulfport .. .Biloxi . . . . .Natchez . . . . ...... . . .Gulfport . .. . . .Hattiesburg . . .Grand Cane, Louisiana ................Prent1ss . .... Vidalia, Louisiana ..New Orleans, Louisiana .Bayou La Batre, Alabama .............Pascagoula .. ...,..... .Moss Point GUILLERMO HADDAD ...fsan Antonia, Venezuela VII PAUL HALAT .......... JAMES HALFACRE, II CONNIE HALL, AEA .... GARY HALL .......... JOHN HALL ........ VIII PAMELA HALL .......... SUNNY HALL ............ MILLICENT HAMACHER, WANDA HAMMACK .... JOHN HAMMOND .. . .. IX JGHNNIE HAND ANNIE HANKS .. ABIA HANNA ..... JERRY HARDIN SHIRLEY HARP .... X KELLY HARRELL . JUDITH HARRIGANA .... JANICE HARRIS, :EE BETH HARRINS, xo .... JEFF HARRISON ..... XI JOHN HARRISON ....... SHELBY HARRISON ..... HERBERT HART .. NATHALYN HARVISGN' H JIIDITH HATCHER, nm- . . . . . .Biloxi .. . . . .Jackson . . . . . .Vicksburg . . . .Waynesboro ........Petal . . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . . . . .Havana, Florida AAA ........... Natchez .................Roxie .Carnden, South Carolina . . . . . .Milton, Florida . . . .Prichard, Alabama .............Biloxi . . .Pascagoula . . . .Gulfport .. . . . . .Mobile-, Alabama .. .Watertown, New York ................Raleigh ..............Jackson . . . .Jackson ......Morton .,......Ralc-igh . .... Hattiesburg . .. .... Hattiesburg . .... Hattiesburg 35, I 4-::.j.. 1 A . gf, I I . -. Ia Q49 Q-bgnsi, WI'- ' ,af ' 'S I , - X Nba N Q Vi g A J ...gp Q ' sl' , ' Ld 3. V. P f iii Aa. :L I I If i"' ' lf! A Q . '45 I, ...L ,A A is P x :Q PM 'SQ ,O . 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GEORGE HERRIN . .. THOMAS HERRIN IV SI-I E .........Biloxi . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Lucedale . . . .McComb . . . . .Lambert .............Jackson Scituate, Massachusetts . .Brooklyn, New York ...........Pascagoula .............B1lox1 . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Crystal Springs .........McComb . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ROBERT HERRINGTON . . . ............ Columbia JEROME HERSH, HKA .. CHARLES HESTER ALLAN HEWITT PAM HIATT, AAA V KENNETH HICKS .. . MARY HICKS ....... CAROL HILL, IIBfb . .. JACK HILL ........ JOHNNIE HILL .. VI WALLACE HILL .... EDDIE HILTON ..... REBECCA HILTON CAROL HINSON ....... DOUGLAS HIXSON .... VII JAMES HODO, HKA .... THOMAS HOGE ....... GENE HCLCCME ..,... RCLLAND HOLCOMB .. ..Brooklyn, New York ... . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Kissimmee, Florida ............Jackson . . . . Pensacola, Florida ..............Pa,scagoula . . . .St. Petersburg, Florida .. .. .Mobile, Alabama ..............Magee . . . . .Selma, Alabama . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ..........Florence .........Moss Point . . . . Mobile, Alabama .............Jackson . . . . .Princeton, Illinois .. . . . . . . .Hattiesburg .. . . . . . . .Lucedale RAYMOND HOLDER . .. .... Natchez VIII MOLLY HOLIFIELD ...................... Laurel PATRICIA HOLLINGSWORTH .............. Lake NELL HONAN ............ Totowa Boro, New Jersey RONALD HOOTEN .... ........ F lorala, Alabama BRENDA HOUSTON . .. .... ....... H attiesburg IX RICKY HUDGENS ..... ..... .... J a ckson WILLIAM HUDSON, ECPE .... .. .Natchez GEORGE HUFFMAN ........... ..... S ummit JERRY HUGHES ................ ..... G ulfport CHERYL HUTCHERSON, SEE . .. .... Jackson X WILLIAM HUTSENPILLER ..... Culpeper, Virginia MIKE HYMAN ..,.......... PHYLLIS INMAN ......... ROBERT ISKI ......... EUDORO ITURBE, KE XI HERBERT IVISON .... ANDREW JACKSON ..... HELEN JACKSON, AAA JUDY JACKSON, AAA .... SANDRA JACKSON .... .. . . . . . .Hattiesburg .............Jackson . . .Linden, New Jersey . . . . .M0bile, Alabama . . .Natchez ............Petal ..... ...Hattiesburg . . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Vidalia, Louisiana FRESI-IME I SUZANNE JACQUES BILLY JAMES .......... WILLIAM JEFFREYS BRAND JENKINS ...... JOSEPH JENKINS .... II ANNA JETER ........... BARBARA JOHNSON, TIBCIP BEVIN JOHNSON ....... JUDY JOHNSON MIKE JOHNSON . .. III ARLINE JONES ....... CHARLES O. JONES .... CHARLES R. JONES EVELYN JONES, EEE .... JAMES JONES ......... IV JUDITH JONES .......... JUDY JONES, AAA ....... . . . . .Gulfport . . . .Jackson .. . . .Prentiss . . .McAdams . . . .Pascagoula ..................BllOX1 . . . .Memphis, Tennessee . ............. Biloxi ..... . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Pensacola, Florida ..........Golumbia . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . . . .Heidelberg . ...... Meridian . . . .Jackson ................DeLisle .............Hattiesburg MARGARET ELIZABETH JONES, AAA .Waynesboro SHARON JONES ......... BOBBY JORDAN ......... V THOROLF JUREVICS ... KATHY KASARDA .... JOHN KEISMAN ....... CAROLINE KELLER JAMES KEMP ......, VI SUZI KERGOSIEN, KA ..., . . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama .............Hattiesburg . . . .... Jackson .............Biloxi .............Prentiss . . . .Ofeqo. New York . . .Mobile, Alabama ....Bogalusa JOHN KILDOO .......................... Jackson MARGARET KILLINGSWO WILLIE KING ......... GLEN KINZEY, IIKA VII GREELY KIRKPATRICK . RTH, AZ ............. Chatfield, Arkansas .............Gulfport ............Jackson . . ...,...... Aberdeen ROBERT KIRKPATRICK .............. Hattiesburg JAMES KISER ............ . . . . . .Fairhope, Alabama CHARLOTTE KNIGHT, AAA .......... Brookhaven ELIZABETH KNOX ....... VIII MARGARET KNOX .. PATTIE KURTS .... DIANA LaBAY, KA MARIA LaBAY, KA ELSIE LADNER, KA .. IX MAIQDINE LADNER ,... CHARLES LaGASSE .. MARTHA LAHATTE CHARLIE LAMMONS .... JIMMY LANCASTER ... X LINDA LANDRY, AIA LYIJCNE LANE .......... GLORIA LANCENSTEIN .. BONNEY LANCFITT .... LINDA LANGFORD .... XI RONALD LAVIGNE .. CHRIS LAWLESS .. JERRY LAWRENCE .... CARL LEE ............. JI'I'7I LEFTWICII, AAA ,... . . . .Milton, Florida . . . .Calvert, Alabama ...............Jackson . . . .Vero Beach, Florida . . . .Vero Beach, Florida ...........Jackson . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . .Foley, Alabama .. . . . . .Vicksburg .........Yazoo City . . . .Mobile, Alabama ............Jackson . . . .Prichard, Alabama . ............ Magnolia ...............Jackson . . . .Ccntreville, Alabama . . . . .Laurel .. . . .Gulfport ........Tylertown ..........McLaurin . . . .Mobile-, Alabama Q ll 1 C "' 35' ' :A I A -va "' I ' ef . tx y "7" I 1 li rv ,V-2. , ivlul by Suv' ,i All ' 'I J , , A , 5 A f f 9' 'I I YM A -' 1 1, , , f is A f . ,, J ,x..,,- gl, P, lj ' J". 1 .sw ' 1, E S fn :R Q ' E " I GIA. I ff? ,. 'JC .N , ff' i M A di x 1 ,V 5 la: 1 Q , . I 'I f ' ar 4 f ' ,,,..,'-' C- N il I' Q fe I " 1. K, 4 X Y A IO A S:"',sQf'.- ll J E , fuk' - fix- SX A , 'YN 'I 'fe' 0' ' - 44 fx I ' I . -91 ... no Q II 4- .e QL fin 46 j lf' I f .1 A is E x ' .ww 1 S- . 2 3'-Y f I' Y A I ., AJ . favs ff' E 'G -1 DI' 4 X s ww 1 4 4 1 ks .1 X .lg A 1 . . A i 1Qr4 QW' x if ,J 1 v- "' 3 I V A A ' I 1 ,..,: JOHNNY LEON ........... .... M obile, Alabama , DOMINIC LEPERI, JR. ............ Biloxi " H M, JM A gi HAROLD LEVINE .................... Hattiesburg ,V ' 5 V , JSC Q , A.. ws A J' MICHAEL LEVINE ................... Hattiesburg ' I ,,, W X 'aff' WILEY LEWIS, KE ...... Fort Walton Beach, Florida ., ' . 1 I ' 3, 'aff' ' hh f I Z H ., N V VICTOR LINDER ..... .... C aracas, Venezuela I EDWINA LINDSEY ....... ..... M ississippi City ,K RODNEY LIPPINCOTT . .. ........ . .Grenada ff. vmqq A A LYNDA LIPSCOMB, AAA . .. ...... . . . . . .Jackson . . jj, M' " 5 JOHN LITTLE, IIKA ..... .... M obile, Alabama 5 - "'22?"" ? I "., ' M E W I , IVAH LIVINGSTON . .. .......... Heidelberg if , pr , A, t,-11 ' A do ,fi 5 I S ggi' 21, S Q'-' an ,"N M'- LS. 'zz'- .W-M... S ln., . wr gg.-.. . , .ijzix AA at P' iw 2 iv wr -F f fffx -, va 1 : 'Is r ,, I' ., 1 'I f A gh A 1 at 249' ' ' ws-'QTY' I A f' K vw Y , . f"1XiaJ. se. Q ' A .. I ' 34 ...,, A 'I t f Q F, 'ff ERA , -ws, - ' E.. T f L i T' ,ff SQA is 'Wig ina -V . sf My w gl, f wsavf IX. Y 'V Q T ..-X ? 0 Ur s hf' R, af V' I. .S Q biz -1 " . A 1 5 ' i " I, W ggi, 5 x is X I ,A P 7 1 -'Tv We f 14 W .re if " 'Or' .V J V, x , , , ,sr ,, , ng A ... u-I 3 F A"""0' .- , . A A ff El' 'W " ii .:, . My A Z.. Q, ' C"' ' QI? in ' ' Q g .5 5 1 A itl l E- f " ,..' 1 5 1 i1,:A,.q 5b:,. ' U V fx- in . S i 115 HELEN LLOYD ...... JUDY LooKETT ..... TERRI LooRHART SUSAN LOGAN, 'ITM .... IV DONNA LONG ..... EDWARD LONG ...... GEORGE LONG, KA .... MARI LONGINO, AAA PAT LOTT, AZ .,...... V MARY LOWERY, EEE SARAH LOWRY ...... VAN LOWRY ....... . . . . . .Pensaeola, Florida ..........Grenada .........Jackson . . . .Lorman . . . .Natchez ... .Puckett . . . .Hattiesburg . . .Poplarville . . . .Jackson ......Jackson ..............Pascagoula ............HattieSburg WALTER LOYLE .... Philadelphia, Pennsylvania JOHN LUCKIE, KE , ................... Biloxi VI MANUEL LUIS .... CHARLES LUNDY .... GEORGE MABRY ....... PATRICIA MABRY ,.... CHARLES MaeARTHUR VII JOHN MacDONALD ..... MARTHA MacLEAN .... CHERYLE MAGEE ...... CHRISTINE MAGEE, X9 VIII KAREN MAGEE .... RON MAGEE ........... SHERALYN MAGEE .... DOROTHY MAHAN, AEA BRENDA MALONE ...... IX KATHY MANGUM, unfit . LOUISE MANLEY ....... ELLEN MANN ......... MAURICE MANUEL, JR. CAROLE MARTIN ...... X SUE MARTIN ......... BILL MASON, KE ....... ROBERT MATEER, KA .. KAREN MATHERS .... TEDDY MATTHEWS XI JOHN MAY, KA ......... BEATRICE MCALISTER . IDA MCCALIP .......... DONNIS MCCARSTLE . . . .Venezuela .. .Philadelphia .. .. . . .Jackson . . . .Hattiesburg .. .. .. .Biloxi . .Scituate, Massachusetts ..............Lucedale JOYCE MaQw1LL1AMSoN' :Redwood City, California ...............PrentiSs ..............McComb . . . .Houston, Texas ..........JaCkson .. .... Slidell, Louisiana . . . ........ Pascagoula ........Carthage .............Magce . . . .Mobile, Alabama ...Magnolia .. .Pass Christian .. . . .Tylertown ..........Raleigh . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . .Pensacola, Florida ........Shubuta ...Kreole ........Tupelo ...... .Calhoun City ............Magnol1a .Woodville GLENDA MCCARTY, dm .'.'.'.'.'.'.J5iiL-QBSQO, Arkansas FRESI-IME I GENIA MCCOLLUM, X9 . BARBARA MCCOSKER WILLIAM MCCRORY, ATU ERNESTINE MCDONALD . . ............ Natchez ...............McComb . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama ..............Peta1 JOHNIE MCDONALD ..... ...Mobile, Alabama II LAWRENCE MCGEE, Acacia CARMALETA MCGRAW .. LARRY MCKINLEY ...... CHARLES MCLEAN, TKT . HOWARD MCLEMORE . .. III TERESA MCLEMORE, 535 SYLVIA McLENDON ..... BEVERLY MCLEOD .... MALCOM MCLEOD .... ROSILAND MCLEOD .. IV . . . .......... Jackson . . . ............ Jackson . .... Mobile, Alabama . . . .... Mobile, Alabama . . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . .... Hattiesburg .............Shubuta ..............Gulfport . . . .I-Iueytown. Alabama . . . . .Orlando, Florida JOHN MCMANUS ............... Washington, D. C. HENRY MCMILLAN, JR., KA .......... Hattiesburg r BILLY MCNAIR .............. ........... L aurel CAROLYN MCNEECE ....... .... J ackson MARY MCQUAIG .... .... M eridian V LAURENCE MCWHORTER, KA .... Hattiesburg MARY MCWHORTER ........ . . . .Greenville PEGGY MEADOR, AAA .. ........ Cleveland FRANK MEADOWS ....... SANDRA MELKILD, AAA . .. VI KAREN MELTON ..... JEAN MENSI, KA ....... CAROL MEREDITH ..,. JAMES MERRITT .... JOHN MERRITT VII JOHN B. MIDDLETON JOHN F. MIDDLETON PAMELA MILEY ..... PEGGY MILLER ..... RICHARD MILLER ... VIII RUTH MILLER ...... THOMAS MILLER ... .............Magee . . . .Atlanta, Georgia ..........NatChez ...........Gulfport . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . .Mobile, Alabama .........,.Laurel .. .. ...Yazoo City . . . .Mobile, Alabama ,... ...Magnolia . . . . . .Gulfport . . . .Hazlehurst ...............Belzoni ...............Jackson VERA MILLER ........ .... B irmingham, Alabama SUSAM MILLHOFER .. HARRY MILLS ....... IX MARY MILNER .. GEORGE MIMS ..... KEITH MISTRUT .... KATHY MITCHELL .... BOBBY MIXON, KA X ILEAN MIXON .... I . .. . NELSON MOAK, Eflfli LOUIE MoDL1Nr:, KA Y. MONTOYA ............ FREDDIE MOORE ..., . XI Paso, Texas ...............Biloxi .. . . .Hattiesburg ............Petal . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . .Pensacola, Florida .. . . . . . . .Poplarville ............Hattiesburg ..Bossier City, Louisiana . . . .Jacksonville-, Florida .Barquisimcto, Venezuela ..............MeriClian JIMMY MOORE, K3 ......... Birmingham, Alabama ROBERTA MOORHEAD .. .North East, Pvnnsvlvania BURNEY MORGAN ....... II M MORRISON R SHIRLEY MURTON .. . . .Fairhopr-, Alabama . . ...... Gulfport 6' Q1 A- -f' fr V, Q 4- ze 25" '.:' - cg' " 'I . " I 73 M1 N ... f r 5 1' . Q J E: Y B rj .5 , l I ' A w P ls A 1 ps.- zft 'W' A . 1 3 ' I-' ... .. 'F if sc , ,.r if "' "0 T' 1 c' 4' . H MI 1 X W V: P ,, Ag I 4 ' it ra 7: ' ef' "1 ' Z I E 7 In ,x , J Q, Aid i A .K VA-R .',R,, 5 . Q . 'Lf ' ,Q l .A in ,jf 1 Arm Q - L A L at . .i 'aa U 4 1 1- sy: ' 'tis -I fwillf in 'Z' F4 I " 1 0 4 in 1' I Do V I ' ' S- 5 cv! V . .. 4 A .. S t Q - 2 ,N -rr' A " V ' Ar JT A . ,J vs "N 1 v-- W, x QS.. Z4 sis A Q fi ' A A R' 15 Ai II L Q 2 4. W , . W " ali.. 3 N "1 ii 'K RK J J W I J J -or., . J r JOHN MOZINGO .. ..........Gulfport J J - K J - I - 1 JUDY MULKEY .... ........... M ilton, Florida J J ,J J A , Q. if . GLENN MULLEN .. ........,. J.....Brooldiovoii a JS. .. M if J ,J 'W J J- JOAN MULVEY . .. .. .YOUH2SV1ll6, Pennsylvania WK ' Q. J A if VNN- ' 55 SYLVIA MUNN .. .............,.... .Pearl ,,,, . My , I II JAMIE MURDOCK, KA ........ .. . . .Laurel I I I- KATHLEEN MURPHEY, 1115111 ........... Hazlehurst . my ,H as ,. Sk' 1 ,M as 'ii ROBERT MURPHY ............. Pensacola, Florida f J ef" 43' A ' JJ 5' ' V .J JJ CARL-LEIGH MURRAY ........ McIntosh, Alabama '. '21, ki fs 7 WW ANNE NACHOD ............ New Orleans, Louisiana J JE, ' fr ..,. J fl -' ' J , f . P- ' III 4 1 PAT NAHRGANG, KA .... Fairhope, Alabama f f E 1 "" -I J "eww J . LARRY NAPIER ...... .... M obile, Alabama . V A " A f A LYNNE NASH, H341 .... ........... H attiesburg f' N A ,J J, i as Q J, rz, Jw as ' .rod ,RJ JJ as J PAUL NEAL ........ .... S trasburg, Virginia 1 r ,,,.JJ:r fr ,VIP JM J. JJ L2JJJJ JJJJ I SANDRA NEFF .... ..,........ . .Walnut cf' P . A I' y "" JJ i ,,,A , KIH: - J JJ VAAA. .n. , A 4 J Al f IISIIEQJSQIN ........... ...oigfpori JJ J .........,...,.....,........ .. aure , I I DOUGLAS NIETZEL, KA . Q J, A " South Hempstead, New York JJ 1,33 ,Q 'WS sg fm V., cli. J f,, RONNIE NOLEN . . . ................ . . . .Jackson -ii r .. M J Q won - f 5, 4 Q' ,:-- i ARNE NORBOM . .. .. .Upper Darby, Pennsylvania A-Af r M- I -'T' wr- f or r r r ' . fii Ii' L r-' -5 f" A V A A K DOUG NORRIS, ATI? .... ..... S cottsboro, Alabama , fy , .. . V PAUL OATES .......... ..... P richard, Alabama ' 'E V J J ' 1. ' DOUG ODOM ......... .........H8tIl6SbUf!l' Jw 3. N M .,, . A. . 2 J ROBERT ORY .......... ...... . ..Moss Point ff- A M J o A ,,, F M l BARBARA OSBOURNE ...Bogalusa, Louisiana . . JJ .trr 'P ik LYNNE OVERBY, fml .... ........ B roodori GEORGE OWEN, JR. . .. ....... Blakely, Georgia 21? .,-f S' U J ANNIE OWENS ...... ...............Jackson ' f J JJ J of DEAN PACK ....... .. .New Orleans, Louisiana J J , JJ r,A 'HZ ' J J ii A-W, Q SHANNON PAGE . . . . . . . . . . .Ocean Springs In 'F A .'r., . ' 'I' or-. 'S' -as Q rw . rh l J JJ J J A rrr r 3 JI JN, A ' J ...,,,,, ii DOROTHY PALAZZOLO ........ ....... G olfoori A L TOMMY PARHAM ................... Minter oily R ......................... ac 'son ,J MARY PARKE J lx ' , . , NOEL PARKS .............. Maplewood, New Jorroy QW 'wr ,J M J - lim W Q M, CAROL PARSONS, AZ . .. ............ Hattiesburg . I p JJ' "" -S J , f J NAL X - if I. l . ra V111 rrr.r f 2 FRANK PARSONS ................. ......Natchez 1 .- ' ii" ' ' WILLIAM PARSONS, JR., TKT .... Mobile, Alabama I 1 1 I ROBERT PARTIN ...................... Meridian , ,,.. . ,.-r . . JJJJ ,,, J W ,JJJ I , JJ ROBERT PATENOTTE, JR., KA . . .Long Beach 'I .sfo 'lrr LARRY PATTERSON, IIKA .....FlorenCe 'ii"" fr Q? 'fi ,L - V f 4 Jr ' . A , 25 if WILLIAM PATTERSON ...... .......Biloxi ii A i..- BARBARA PEARSON ..... ...............Giilfporr ii' 1" - A MARY ANN PEARSON, AEA .............. Jaffkson SANDRA PEARSON .......... Robertsdale, Alabama , A rr-r JJ ' REBA PEERSON .................. . . . . . .Gulfport J J .JJ ,Q J . JJ, JJ JJJJ J.JJ 2 JJ? J J . A .J ,' I 159' ' wo, J X 1 , ,Q A-X -9 ,X J J .. raw - A 1 P ., mm . I .. . " N-. 'B , ROBERT PELL ............. ...... P ascagoula ff' J f 'i ...JJJ M- " se- SHERRY PELMAN, KA ....... ...........Laurel .... SARA-ANN PENDLEBURY .... Miami, Florida A ' ' DAVID PERKINS .........., .... L oolro, New York J, A DORIS PERRY, AZ ........ ........... J ackson , , I I SJ 1' CAROL PERRYMAN ......... Mobile, Alabama 5, ' nf- J ' .,, 'M 1 LUCY PERSON, KA ....Williamsburg, Virginia . ' " ' ,W BETTY PESKAN, AZ .... ..... T olloliooooo, Florida JJ " RUTH PE'I'I'ERSEN . .. .... .Pensacola, Florida - Q "" if is THOMAS PHELPS ...Pass Christian II V 'T Y FRESH I JANET PHILLIPS ........ PEGGY PHILLIPS, AEA .... . . . . .Bogue Chitto . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama LINDA PIATT ........................... Jackson GERALD PICKENS ........ Rockwood, Michigan DOROTHY PICKERING ........... Harvey, Illinois II CAROL PIERCE ......... . . . . .Mobile, Alabama SANDRA PINER ..,.................... Columbia CORNELIA PITTMAN, KA ................ Laurel RONALD POIRIER .. .North Attleboro, Massachusetts GORDON POLLOCK ....... III . . . . . .Toronto, Ontario RICHARD POMEROY .... ..... F airhope, Alabama CHARLES PONDER .... JERRY PRELLER ..... DAVID PRESCOTT PAULA PRICE ...... IV VIRGINIA PRINGLE, XS: MICHAEL PUCKETT .... MARINA PUNT, AAA HERVEY PURCELL CHARLES PURv1s V JOHN QUICLEY CHARLIE RAINER DAVID RAINEY, KA .. VIVIAN RAMSEY .... RICHARD RANSOM .. VI SHEROD RAUM ............ ...............Laurel . . . .SchoF1eld, Wisconsin .... . . . . . .Hattiesburg ....... . .Pascagoula .............Biloxi ..... . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Vincennes, Indiana . . . . . . .Ocean Springs . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . .Hattiesburg ........Meridian ........Long Beach ..............BllOXl . . .Hobart, Oklahoma . . . . .Ocean Springs BYRON RAY ..................... Mobile, Alabama MARY ANN REABOLD, AEA ...... Brookhaven DAVID REAVES ........... .......... P etal ALICE REED .... ..... T aylorsville VII ANNA REED ........ .... L ong Beach BENNIE REED ......... ...... H attiesburg CHARLES RENFROE .. NAN RESCH .......... JERRY REYNOLDS . ., VIII BRENDA RICE, KA .... ...........Ludlow . . . . . .Mississippi City . . . . .Mobile. Alabama ...............Laurel CHARLES RICE ..... .... S etauket, New York MARY RICE ............ JEAN RICHARDSON ....... PATRICIA RICHARDSON .. IX SENITER RICHARDSON ... LINDA RICKARD, AZ .... SUSAN RISHER ..... LEE RIVENBARK ... JAMES ROBERTS ... X LINDA ROBERTS ......... MARTHA RODENBOUGH .. JANET RODGERS ......... LINDA ROGERS, AZ ..... MARTHA ROGERS, XS! ... XI PATRICIA ROGERS .... JOHN ROONEY ..... THOMAS ROSS ..... LARRY ROUSE ......... 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Nl " S 'rw I W' to-sg Sis . ft' I M A aa, ' 133 U ga Q "QV-as-1 t 4 ,M Y . S a la 1 I Q Q' 1 la 1 " f f V x 'W Q 5- f QQ J :- . lv. .atzl bw E:-: 9 ft?" F W I 3' '5 A ' ' L A A. L 'T' L I ' J Wx' . ffixmr A I "9 . i fgaa agggfk, in 1 A ' '7 W 29" I ' 'W a - 119 FRESI-IME I JOHN RUDOLF .... JOHN RUNNELS ...... DONNA RUPPERT, SDM . . ANN RUSSELL ......... II KERMIT RUSSELL, JR. .. SUE RUSSELL, KA ...... PAMELA RYAN, AEA MONTY SAMPSON .. CAROL SANDERS III CHERYL SANDERS, IIB? . . . .... West Point MONA SANDERS, AEA .... FRED SARTIN ....... SYLVIA SASAKI ..... THOMAS SAWYER . . . IV WILLIAM SAXON, fbKT . . EDITH SCHEXNAYDER . . . ...Biloxi .......Magee . . . .Hattiesburg MAX RUNNELS .......... . . .... Yazoo City . . . .Hattiesburg . ..............WeSSon ...............Jackson .. . . . . . .Fort Worth, Texas . . . .Hot Springs, Montana ..............M8f1dlaD ........Ellisville . . . . .Ocean Springs . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Excel, Alabama . .... Prichard, Alabama . .B0galusa, Louisiana CONNIE SCHNELL ..... 1 11 I 1 .............. Biloxi CAROL SCHOENTHALER . . .Winter Haven, Florida MICHAEL SCHRAWTZ .................. Gulfport V JOHN SCHREINER ...... NANCY SCHUTT, AAA .. .Atlantic City, New Jersey HENRY SCHWAN ......................... Biloxi ARLEN SCHWARTZ ...... New York City, New York PERCY SCHWING, KA ................ Hattiesburg VI THOMAS SCIPLE .... . . JAMES SCLATER . . . .. GLENN SEALE .......... . . . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama .. . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . . .Evergreen, Alabama CHERYL SEAVER ...... Island Heights, New jersey DANIEL SEFTON ....... VII WILLIAM SHARPE .... OAROLE SHAW ...... JANET SHAW .... LINDA SHEFFIELD. ' SANDRA SHELTON, HBIP' VIII DON SHELTON, KA MIKEL SHEPPARD .... IOHN SHERBLON ..... . . . . . . . . .Oswego, Oregon . . .Magee . . .Gulfport . . . Perkinston . . . . . .Gulfport . . . ..... Tupelo .........Biloxi ...............Ridgeland Petal SHERRI SHIRLEY ...... 'f .'M'iolQv'o3i 'Oilf 'Oklahoma MARGARET SHOWERS . IX CHARLES SILLS ..... MARTHA SIMMONS JOHN SIMPSON ........ ROBERT SIMPSON, KE . WALTER SKUPIEN .... X MARGARET SLAUGHTER MARLYS SLOSS ......... . . . ..... Centreville PETER SMETEK ......... ' ' DANIEL SMITH .... GARY SMITH .... XI .. . . . . .Woo'dstock. Illinois . . . . . .Prentiss ...... .Magnolia .. . . . . . .Pascagoula . . .... Mobile, Alabama ............Biloxi . . . . .. .Philadelphia .......B1lOXl . . .Monticello .. . .Prentiss GERALD SMITH .......................... Laurel RONALD SMITH ....... Fort Walton Beach, Florida SALLY SMITH, AAA .......... Little Rock, Arkansas PAT SPARKMAN .................... Hattiesburg ROSE MARIE SPEETJENS. AEA ,. . .... Jackson fy sa uf" we ' ' A i PRES ME .IMA-5, ,xg J, , , .,. W R , 6 f I I CHARLOTTE sPEIGHTs . . .... Bassfield JERRY SPEICHTS ....... . . .Columbia SUE SPEICHTS ........ .... B assiield JOHN SPENCER . .. ..... Natchez SANDY SPIERS . .. .. .Hattiesburg II ELAINE SRAMEK ..... DOUGLAS STACEY .... .............Biloxi .. . .Excel, Alabama HENRY STACY, Acacia .................. Ruleville ANN STAFFORD ....................... Vossburg GWEN STALNAKER, 'PM III TERRY STANFORD .. BILLIE STANHOPE ..... WILLIAM STANWAY . .. CAROLYN STATHAM .. WOODROW STEINER, Jr. IV IStalnakerj .... Smithville . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg .. . .Pensacola, Florida ...,..........I-Iattiesburg ................McComb Acacia . .Mobile, Alabama LINDA STEPHENS, A15-A ...... Montgomery, Alabama SALLIE STEPHENS .... FLOYD STEVENS ...... DORA STEWART, TBI . .. MARTHA STEWART, KA V BETTIE STODDARD, sz: . . . .Bogalusa, Louisiana . ............ Lucedale . . . .......... McComb . . . . . .Yazoo City . . . . ..... Jackson JAMES STONE ............ .. .Hattiesburg SUNNYE STREUDING .. MARY STROUD ....... CHARLES STRUVE .. VI DIANE STUBBS .... THOMAS STUBBS, JOHN SULLIVAN ....,, . ...,. Jackson . . . .Lake . . .Biloxi .........Vicksburg . ............. Magee ...Scotia, New York LARRY SULLIVAN ....... ............. B Iloxi ALBERT SUMRALL, KA . . . .... Laurel VII JAMES SUMRALL ........................ Jackson DANIEL SUNDSTROM, fl'KT ...... Chicago, Illinois ED SUTTER ................. Riverton, New Jersey TANYA SWAIN ......... DAVID swANsoN . . VIII JANET SWASEY ..... JAMES SYKES, ATU .... . CHARLES TALLMAN . . . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . .Neosho, Missouri . ......... Jackson ..........Quitman .Mobile, Alabama DONALD TANNEHILLJ 'Iii' '.'.'.i-zvansville, Indiana SUSAN TARVER .......... ..... B utler, Alabama IX JAMES TAYLOR, ITE ........ Kingsport, Tennessee RUTH TAYLOR ....................... Kosciusko THOMAS TAYLOR. KZ? . .Fort Walton Beach, Florida VIRGINIA TAYLI DR, KA .............Waynesboro CLYDE TEACUE ........ . . . .Mobile, Alabama X MARILYN TERRELL .. ............... Bassfield NORRIS THOMAS, Jr. ....... l'VllIIIlI1!IOII, Delaware SANDRA THOMAS. if . SHIZRRY THOMAS, III . BETTY TIIOMPSQ JN ... XI VATRIIZIA TIIOMPSUN IIXRISARA TIIOMSON, XS! RVBEN THQ JRNTI JN ... ERIC 'IJIIITRSTHN ,... IJAYID TODD ...... , . .............. Jackson . ....... Orean Springs . . . . . .Columbia . . . ....... .Vicksburg . .,.. Miami, Florida .......,.lI:Ittim'sburg1 ......,....Hattiesburg . . . . llivmlorv, Alabanm ff' I r s- an as-s Q.. 'lx . fl it K ' Nr JN , , , a, V 3 'is I 'Q I ,-an A X :K I Q nv rf . .-.,,. ,A-. if a n " 5- . N M 'ii' ii . J :Q f ..:. 4 I A I A '- ' A A " It - I ..,,, A' 2. 5, 40- Q .f f if., , frm- A .I-f I . A A " " I . ' " I l .... A J' A A. , Q X D X ,. 'Q A fl T' pi TI' f iii, - xi: I i 'Y X , 5 I -ff' ., ,J . QM.. ',, .'..,m'l N 5 S V bp., is ,Qi K, -.. , 'Z ' ,H 1 'L' T7 A J 9 ffwxxxx V , . 'Q ., kk LI... A , wi' I .:.':l 4 e I Q I f .. on vw ff., ik ff- '1 'IJ 'YB' 13' A L A A .l.,Q01 ' - as F' f if I f I A. 3 , 1: my A V A .697-'DX A 6 Q' f , vs In ! Q L. 54 . ea. 2 1 1.5" Q17 v -... S C, I A AA .5 17.0 'T I , gh ,N . 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I ' 'F ' W J V- for N ., W .. , ..,, , I Q-v JM' .:1"' I S- ' ii- ' 3 ' V i Wag ' WN 11 . f- -N .ol--f-Y . ' . ..1'i5'vzEff:55-:gf. x Q, I" . -1. Sf A . 17.1 FRESH I JOSEPH TOMASOVSKY .. DON TOWNLEY ........ RUTH TRAYLOR. AZ .. ELEANOR TREHERN .. OTIS TRUSSELL ..... II TOMMY TUCKER .. MARGIA TURNER ... MAXGINE TURNER PEGGY TUTOR ...... SARA TUTOR III BRENDA TYNER ....... THOMAS TYNER ...... DOUGLAS TYNES, 'KA BEVERLY TYRONE, :EE .. WILLIAM UNDERWOOD . .. IV GEMMA VALENCIA ...... JULIE VANCE ,..... .,.... RICHARD VANDEVENTER LEONARD VANSLYKE ...... DIEGO VARGAS ........... V BETTY VARNER . . . SARA VARNER . .. . RUBY VAUGHT . .. SUSAN VIDHAM ... ANNA VINSON . . . VI JOE WAGGENER ....... IOHN WAGGONER, Jr. .. BARBARA WALKER JAMES WALKER ............ SUZANNE WALLER, KA VII ME . . . . . . . . .Gulfport .. . .Albany, Georgia ........Sumrall .. . .Pasragoula ....Hattiesburg . . . .laekson O-.irmff .. iLeal4f'sVille ....Clex'elano, un O ..........Grcnacla . . . .Mobile Alabama ............Petal ..........BilOxi . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . .MObile, Alabama ....Hattiesburg . ....,.. Jackson . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg .. . .. ....Hattiesburg . .Granada Nicaragua . . . .Mobile. Alabama . .Huntsville, Alabama ............Natche7 . .. . . . . . . .Columbia . . . . . .Petal . . . . .Forest .......,....JaCkSon ............PiCayune .GlIiCkasaw, .Alabama . . . .Mobile, Alabama ELIZABETH YVALTON .... Nashville. Tennessee De-ANNA WARNER, -XZ BENJAMIN WARREN .. IUDITH WARREN .. WALTER WARREN ... VIII ANTHONY WARRINCTON. ..,..........jackson ........LOng Beafh ......Puckett ....I-Iattiesburu .. . . . .Crystal SPFIIIEIS CHARLEY VVATKINS, Jr. .......... Crvstal Springs SUSAN WATKINS, AEA ..... WILLIAM WATKINS ..... CINDY WATLINCTON. KA i ' i ' i i i i i i i i I IX EDNA WATSON ......... WILLIAM WEATHERSBY .. NINA WEAVER .......... TEDDIE WEAVER .. THOMAS WEBB . .. X PENNIE WEBRE ........ ROGER WEEKLEY, KA ... ROY WEINEDEL PATRICE WELCH. ATS? HENRY WELLS ........ XI MARY WELLS, AZ .. PAT WELSH ......... .. RONALD WESTER ......... CAROL WESTERN ..... .... .lNonder Lake. Illinois .jackson ...............Laurel .......XvlCliSbL1I'Fl ..........Jackson .. . .Mobile Alabama .,........Jackson .....Hattiesburg ......Bay St. Louis . . . .Mobile. Alabama . . . . . . . .Columbia ...........Laurel . . .Mobile Alabama ..............Biloxi ..... ....Hattiesburg .Panama City, Florida .......Bay St. Louis RONALD WHITAKER, STE .... Arlington. Virginia FRESH I DENNIS WHITE . . . GENE WHITE ..... HENRY WHITE ....,.. JOHN WHITE, ATS! .... RONALD WHITE .... II M F ...........Quitman . . . . . .Blakely, Georgia . . . .Coffeeville, Alabama . . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg JIMMY WHITEHEAD .. ..... Woodville EVA WHITMORE ..... .... M oss Point ELAINE WI-IITTEN . . . ..... Natchez LINDA WICHT ..... .... H attiesburg SAVAN WILBY, A-AA .... ...... L aurel III TOMMY WILDER ...... .... L ucedale GEORGE WILLIAMS .... ..... F lorence NANCY WILLIAMS, EEE ....... Jackson RHODA WILLIAMS . . . .... Hattiesburg SUE WILLIAMS ..,. .. ..... Natchez IV SUZANNE WILLIAMS. AZ ......... Longview, Texas JAMES WILKERSON ................. Hattiesburg IVESLEY WILKERSON ...DeFuniak Springs, Florida NANCY WILLIS, EEE ................ Hattiesburg MARTIN WILLOUGHBY .......... ....... J ackson V BILL WILSON .... GLEN WILSON .. OTIS WILSON ....,... E. M. WINDHAM ...... . . . .Conway, Arkansas . . . . .Milton, Florida .......Natchez . Meridian MARTHA NELL WINDHAM, 'AAA' f f f f f :Hattiesburg VI LOLA WINESETTE . . . THOMAS WINTER .... EUGENE WINTHER .. JANET WISE ........ JERRY WISE ..,... VII DIANE WOOD, Ez: M. J. WOODARD ...... CYLDE WOODRUFF .... MARY WOODRUFF X9 JERRY WOODS . .f ..... ' ' VIII GREGG WOODWARD . DOROTHY WOOTEN .. DONALD WRIGHT .... DELMAR YAWDELL .. IX TOMMY YOUMANS . . . SALLY YOUNG ....... JACQUOLYN ZAMBIE .. CHARLES ZANICHELLI MICHAEL ZILIAK ..... X DONALD ZION . . . . . . .Galax, Virginia . . . .MobiIe, Alabama . ...... . .Meridian . . . . . .Greenwood . . . .Pascagoula . . . .Daly City, California .. . . .Clarksdale .........Yazoo City . . . .Cleveland, Ohio ..........Jackson . . . .... Hattiesburg .Carthage EOBBYE WRIGHT,AZ .Q ..iiii..liiiii.McComb . . . .Aspers, Pennsylvania . . . .Plymouth, Indiana . . . .Quitman, Georgia .........Pascagoula ..........Newton . . .Pittsburg, Kansas ..........Jackson . . . .Gulfport S9 .4 I Qt, ,X x K 6 ,,--Q M . fv V' ' if ""' 1' 1 7 . . E I I 7 Q , ' X l A W Al 'i c.,'fl3"f1-.A ff' f ' , - r 4 W . . 'I Tr: fax W' 'Ea V I' 'V ig 'Z 0 1 it 5, . wr' ' A . ' 9 . rt- 2 5 D I , ggul 's A RZ' W" L 'I ' f ' 4 - . 9' 5 "' . ' T' A' -Z 5' TN' f ' 1 '55- J -rx 6' 5' ' N fs: , J if 5 fs as . 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Xxy: ,Q-wmv x WK 4 'Db V I ,alla if lim klbf' Q95 pr' 9 4r"'7'c 1451! an 3 l l as - 'W au. 10" fl A29 bw -uusrrb ,UK 55,3 Y "fd 1-9 GRADUATE J? 12 I JOHN ARD ...... ..... T vlertown BUFORD BERRY .... ..... P inola MILDRED BISHOP . . . . . .Pinola LUTHER BOYD, HKA .. .... Biloxi II LEON BRADDOCK ..... Tampa, Florida OSCAR BRAUN .... Frankville, Alabama CHARLES BROGDON, IIKA ........... Wewahitchka, Florida ROBERT BURNHAM ........ Perkinston III ALBERT BUSCH ..... Cut Off, Louisiana BEN CALHOUN, Jr. ........ Hattiesburg EZRA COCKRELL ............. Laurel TOBA D'AMICO . . . ..... McCall Creek IV JOY DAVIS ....... .... P ascagoula BYRON ELMORE . . . ...... Laurel SANDRA ERVIN .... .... J ackson AUBREY EVERETT ....... Brookhaven V ERNEST FLOWERS . . .Mobile, Alabama EPHRAIM GARRETT ........ Gulfport JOHN GRIFFIN .......... Bay St. Louis LUIS HADDAD ...... Caracas, Venezuela VI DONAVER HANNA .. EDGAR HUGHES, KA ...... Long Beach RUSSELL IVES, Acacia .Brighton, Mich. . . . . .Ellisville ALBERTA JAMES ......... Hattiesburg DELORES KELLY .. .... Hattiesburg I CAROLYN LADNER ........ Poplarville LONNIE LARD, SAE . .Pensacola, Florida CHARLES LOGAN .... Altus, Oklahoma ROBERT MAHER .............. Osyka II BILLY MARTIN . .. ..... Montrose JERRY MARTIN .......... Hattiesburg MICHAEL MCCALEB ......... Gulfport NEIL McMILLEN .Berrien Springs, Mich. III BILLY MOORE ...... Orrville, Alabama 'ROBERT NAYLOR, II, BAE .... Jackson REBECCA PHILLIPS, X9 .... Poplarville JORJ'A POUND ......... .... P ontotoc IV WILLIAM POWERS . . . .... Laurel CAROLINE READY .................. Fort ,Walton Beach, Florida JOHN REEVE ..... Rochester, Minnesota ROBERT ROBINSON ...... French Camp V RALPH ROGERS . . . ..... Hattiesburg ANN SIGREST ..... ....... H arperville ANDREW SMITH ...... Midland, Texas AMARYLLIS STROUD ....... Meridian VI JOHN TRAVER ...... Saraland, Alabama CAROLYN ULMER ......... Columbia EDWARD WARD ............ 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':"CQ 'ae flu , 'Ti X.-1' j' k 1 ' ' ' "' M 1: M f we at A yi, I sf :X Q , f 2 , - fsift s It me , as Q sv ifxci 2 cs: sv .l s i fl FEATURES To represent the aeademie achievements and the qualities of talent, beauty and popularity is the purpose of the Feature Section. The people fea- tured in this group possess outstanding abilities necessary to produce a well rounded College man or woman. And these abilities represent the domi- nant virtues whieh eharaeterize the students of U.S.M. f""l ar of"' 'VS The title of Mr. and Miss U.S.M. is the highest honor which the student body of the University of Southern Mis- sissippi can bestow upon two of its fellow students. This year the place of honor 'was given to two very deserving young people. For through the activities, honors, and leadership expressed by both Ernie and Bonnie, the true Southern Spirit is reflected. Mr. U.S.M. is a very versatile man. Among his accom- plishments are listed Vice-President of the Student Govern- ment Association, Vice-President of Omicron Delta Kappa, Drum Major for the Pride of Mississippi, and a member of Who's Who. Miss U.S.M. also is the possessor of a long list of accom- plishments including Vice-President of Kappa Delta, Sec- retary of Student Government Association, Top Ten Beau- ty, and Who's Who. We are proud to present Mr. Ernie Sylvester and Miss Bonnie Purvis, Mr. and Miss U.S.M. MR. AND MISS U. S. M. rnesl' Sylvesfer onnie urvis 7',-QW A ff! 2?-il' gn, H , ti., 1,1 f i f a 'fir fyff. X I' A: 5151 93' : QI" wg fl "'--A , ,gk 'WZ' mf A a sf. 4.1 1 4 i s xyi gf 'E 2 3 i 4 ! 'M E e R5 5 SY -., 94'l'ff' :wif-ng r --. .eq ' V - fs. 11 .Ji- ,Q , .J .,- ,r , , E ' E 1 it is 2 , Y I ig 3 ,E li 5' E if fr? if 1, 1 Q, 2 L . 2 Q 'l 1 L , s l 1 l X , it My I Ir f-, 1 , I fwv . 1 4 fi ,vqRt,:.,s sa 'r '.-- ' ' P: ' r' "' vii,-.f' '- .'f:'.L,' ' 'cr " --2' 'nfs' 1 Nr- '. ' ..- . ,'.,M, .- ..- , -x . .u ' ws.. JT . , .,.U --. ,yn-,--r -Q f. . ,- '4 Q -3.4 1.7 1,.,- q,.",-'-. I- ,l,.k I-. 1 ,, ..,. ,.. , ., - , . ha- , -.1.. -.,,- if-.v I url.- H. . - - 5 ., ," V -15 ' " , .. 4 .-J - .'- .- .' ' - ' f - . , 6- - ,. . .- ' ' . . f- , , ,,, - . g, ,, '-.'- '.'-.- ' 'f -v. ,.- I . .- 1. - -'- .-.- .'- : ' ' 41 .g."--."-"'.' I-" .-A "ag, ' 1 ' ,S-N, v . -vu.. ':y-if ' 'il'--:fi fa-"-'-" A- '- -.',.- - Q53 HALL KEITH COBB President's and Dean's Lists, Top Freshman Scholar Award, Merit Scholarship, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Kappa Pi. President of Student Govern- ment Association, President and Treasurer-Delta Sigma Pi, Pres- ident - Junior Class, lst Vice President - Mississippi Intercol- legiate Council, Treasurer - Col- legiate Civitan, Student Senate, Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities. Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Alpha, Yellow Jackets, Outstanding Freshman Award QODKJ, Vice President SCOPE, Delegate SUSGA. OF FA PATRICIA TINDELL HINTON Alpha Lambda Delta, Recipi- ent of Betty Dukes Craft Award in Home Economics, President's and Dean's List, Recipient of Minnie Lee Stoker King Scholar- ship in Home Economics, Home Economics Club. Vice President of Pi Kappa Delta, member of Novice Debate Squad and Varsity Debate Squad, named USM's Outstanding De- bator in 1961, named among top ten debators at Bellarmine Col- lege debate tournament, first place winner in women's division debate at Louisiana Tech, Medal winner for two years at Baylor University in speech. President of Delta Zeta Soror- ity, President of Student Christian Federation, Dormitory oHicer, Scholarship Chairman - Delta Zeta, Freshman Orientation Com- mittee, Delegate to SCOPE, WMSU staff, Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. '52 S ,4 ., ,f ' f Q iii 1 v J 7 5 5 ,f f. ,- 5 Q 4 51353 ,Q . if A .AW l , Q ,L Q l 1 Q' A f 4 K aff? 2 " rgrii S f D l li, ' B M 12: . ' i 5 ' E4 ' '. 5 5 ' , '1,. , V V4 Z ' Q ' z li l z' . Q gi ' S I Q A s V , , 323 A Z M ,ra ,AA i 9 I 1 A A h , A ' gil J l W , f A 4 if A ff' f fri? P 4 53 Q", 13 1 . X , - "' 4444 2 I If 4' iii E, 2555 g A tif: x-.-4 ,ww rearv- LL HARRY M. THOMAS, JR. Crown Zellerbach Scholarship, President's and Dean's List, Vice President of Phi Eta Sigma, Presi- dent of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Sec- retary of Pi Kappa Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Omicron Delta Kappa. Outstanding Freshman in Mili- tary Science-VF W Award, Beta Beta Beta-Outstanding Upper- classman in Biology. Whols Who in American Col- leges and Universities, Delegate for Alpha Epsilon Delta National Convention. HOF FA E MILNER WISE Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi Kappa Pi, Treasurer - Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, National Education Association, Nominee for Crown Zellerbach Founda- tion Scholarship, President's and Dean's List, Delegate-SCOPE. Vice President and Secretary- Baptist Student Union, Publicity Chairman-Pi Tau Chi, Reli- gious Emphasis Week Committee of 100. Student Court, Secretary Committee - SUSGA, Fresh- man Counselor, Freshman Orien- tation Committee, Choral Union, Whols Who in American Colleges and Universities. 1963 HALL OF FAME Since 1945, when the Hall of Fame was established on qualities of scholarship, leadership and citizenship which this campus, to be elected to this position has been the have been expressed through their years at the University highest honor a senior can receive. Students are chosen to Listed below is the record of membership mto the Hall the Hall of Fame by a secret faculty committee on the of Fame since it began on the USM campus in 1945 1945 1950 1957 Dorothy Arendale Ophelia Baylis Harvey Craft Doris Fredendoll Willie Hocutt Aileen Nations Warren Pittman Grace Rogers Dorothy Skellie Lee Walker 1 946 Dorothy Arendale Elizabeth Crane Luther Dawson Frances Gilmore Reuae Langston Peggy McGough Alice Nix Annie Roberts Frances Tunnell -Ieanetta Watkins 1947 E. P. Arnold Leonard Anderson Jean Carraway Peggy McCough 1948 Opal Anderson Danny Dabbs Bob McCarthy Powell Ogletree 1 949 Bill Dukes Annie Ervin Douglas Harper Harry Tzwlor Eva Hunter Katherine Runnels Edwin Schmelling Lewis Webb 1951 Bud Bullock Zan Skelton Sara Eddy Tommy Wood 1952 Dalton Burch Mary Ekes johneen Ingersoll Thomas Jones 1953 Edward Akers Carolyn McDavd Evenly Montgomery Cliff Thomas 1954 Frank Barber Lou Lawrance Margaret Skellie Bob Storey 1955 Spurgeon Brakley Ouida Muller Mary Lindsey Laura Wilbur 1 956 Howard Stroud joan Courtney Mary Johnson Jack Weldy 134 Adair Bates Frank Carlton John Bevon Carolyn Smallwood 1958 Paul Cotten Kay Crenshaw Henry Rhodes Mildred Stewart 1959 Al Ellis James Mclnnis Vi Tarrer Peggy Taylor 1960 Roger Coleman Donna Matthews Carolyn McGregor Tommy Purvis 1961 Larry Bradley Judy Harrison Andy McLeod Ann Tee Thomas Smith 1962 Carol Coleman Mary Cranberry Talmage Harper William Merton 1963 Keith Cobb Pat Hinton Harry Thomas Milner Wise WHO,S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN CCLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES The students recognized by Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities are nominated from approximately 750 colleges and universities. Campus nom- inating committees consider, in making their selections, the student's scholarship, his participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activitiesg his citizenship and service to the schoolg his promise of future usefulness. After being chosen by the campus committee, the stu- dent's name is submitted to the national organization. The University of Southem Mississippi is extremely proud of the thirty-live outstanding students who have been accept- ed for Who's Who. The outstanding students of the University of Southern Mississippi for the year 1962-63 are pictured on the follow- ing pages. Each recipient is the possessor of one main out- standing quality: an exceptional ability in all of the differ- ent areas and modes of college life. It is easily recognizable from the listing of their activities and honors that these students have taken a part in and exemplified themselves in all phases of campus activity. The 1963 SOUTHERNER takes pride in presenting the outstanding students who have contributed the most to our campus community. Robert Gonaro Anconetani Linda Kay Bentley Barbara Ann Bilbo Charles Ray Buckley Mary Catherine Busby Charles Edwin Clarke Frances Robbie Cockerham Bonnie Jean Dale James Ronnie Davis Angelo Richard Falasca Nancy Elizabeth Hamil Larry Pete Hatten Ellen Gail Hill Patricia Tindell Hinton Robert Harold Hishon Jimmie Sylvanus Howell Jo Ann Jens Roger Barton Johnson, Jr. Emil Anthony Langhans Douglas MacArthur Magee William Stover McAlwain Thomas Randle Nance Myra Lynn Nettles Mary Virginia Risher 135 Nick Bryant Risk Jean Elizabeth Rodgers Vivian Annette Rushing Joyce Virginia Sanders Sara Ann Stringer Albert Morris Sweatt Carolyn Anne Switzer Ernest Joseph Sylvester Harry Milton Thomas. Jr Susie Ann Watts Milner Cynthia Wise JW ""l "'bmus.,.. A ROBERT GONARO ANCONETANI Vineland, New Jersey Above average scholar, captain of ten- nis team: active in professional, social and religious organizations BARBARA ANN BILBO Lumberton, Mississippi Dean's List scholarg member of Alpha Lambda Delta Scholastic Honor So- ciety: served as vice-president of Pi Beta Phig active in religious, social, and student government organizations. ?:r"",1 dhmxsn --ui '?'.,JF 'zu 1- - 4 'tx' 'Is I i 9 'Q r K, :- -I 'U Q . , .Q V U K ' -is .av H, . Av, ' ,i lil :Ng N l ' T lislia ,ssfse - -R S LINDA KAY BENTLEY Enterprise, Mississippi Above average scholar, president of Home Economics Club, active in pro- fessional, social and religious organi- zations. CHARLES RAY BUCKLEY Hattiesburg, Mississippi Presidentls List scholar and member of Phi Eta Sigma and Pi Kappa Pi Honor Societiesg served as historian of Phi Eta Sigmag active in profes- sional, military and religious organi- zations. g WHO,S WI-ICD MARY CATHERINE BUSBY Waynesboro, Mississippi President's List scholar, served as chairman of jones Hall, active in religious, professional, social, and stu- dent government organizations. nv? a ,awww ao' W 4 .904 i fare -N' serv' , 1. mg, ,nv ,ur PP'-fm.: 'W,.,,,,,.f. ,ar .,,,,- 1' aw" r ,gpm . C7 f CHARLES EDWIN CLARKE Jackson, Mississippi Above average scholar, served as president of Pi Kappa Alpha Fra- ternity and business manager of the 1962 and 1963 SOUTHERNERQ active in professional, social, and service organizations. H03 WHO n 1' ' P Fw 1 FRANCES ROBBIE COCKERHAM Greenville, Mississippi Dean's list scholar and member of Alpha Lambda Delta Scholastic Honor Society, served as president of Delta Delta Delta Sorority, active in professional, social, student govern- ment, and religious organizations. JAMES RONNIE DAVIS Pascagoula, Mississippi President's list scholar, served as pub- lic information ofiicer for Southern Generalsg active in military and pro- fessional organizations. X BONNIE JEAN DALE Prentiss, Mississippi Dean's list scholar, served as president of Kappa Delta Sorority, active in professional, social, student govern- ment, and religious organizations. ANGELO RICHARD FALASCA Vineland, New Jersey Above average scholarg president of Interfraternity Council and Associate Editor of SOUTHERNERQ active in service and social organizations. 3 'l"'l'i F ne'f,,s,,' ' Esif I EWWW V l I is W f i ' 2. 4 , X4 5 9. ' Y' 7. yn + I-xbk A 4 vw X 1 5 . N is ex ., 3 f il E2 C'.2'J - --- NANCY ELIZABETH HAMIL Carthage, Mississippi Caffe "J 1" .LMI -+42 t H ""F' !""1v1'- LARRY PETE HATTEN Poplarville, Mississippi Dean's list scholar, served as social Above average sCh0lar3 served as sec- chairman for Baptist Student Union, retary of Scabbard and Blade, active active in student government, social, in social, service, and military organi- professional, and religious organiza- zations. tions. ELLEN GAIL HILL Hattiesburg, Mississippi Dean's list scholar and member of Alpha Lambda Delta Scholastic Honor Society, publications chairman of the Student Conference of Para- mount Eventsg active in professional, social, and religious organizations. 'Q' 13,27 E T -r V '1' PATRICIA TINDELL HINTON I Pascagoula, Mississippi President's list scholar and member of Alpha Lambda Delta Scholastic Honor Society, served as president of Delta Zeta, Student Christian Federa- tion, and Pi Kappa Delta, active in professional, religious, service, and social organizations. 0. WI-ICD'S WHO ROBERT HAROLD HISHON Ft. Lauderdale, Florida President's list scholar and member of Phi Eta Sigma and Pi Kappa Pi Scholastic Honor Societies, served as president of Phi Eta Sigma, active in professional, service, social, and stu- dent government organizations. P fl! I1 Q- 4' tt, t, ht nal l 'ffl E i slag 1 'Y , , nz ,,. J al V. ,,,,. 17 5, r Q 'ldfffi A5 , 7 Y r '-'ifif 1' , , " r firing, f C B Y '1-ri 4. X i lit? 1f41jirsfw2g?i2igv i ' ' "ifii.i 1? rlrlrlrifgsaarc. , i uf' Yifirfrt rl' p za? Y E' 31, ii Q- 2 If K I' iffQ'ifiEl?w2wg?s'sst 1' r ririrtf' A Q , .J , -Mf I tififzft . i Y T r rd Q f fit f rr if W fl r r rl: s s 5 f 'Q g "f.. asm W fs' QKYNK VA, Ati iii.. JZ, .I "aww, -471 E wg- M s, . ,. . P I ETX'--U., ' JIMMIE SYLVANUS HOWELL Hattiesburg, Mississippi Above average scholar, served as president of Alpha Epsilon Alpha, active in professional organizations. WI-10,5 WHO JO ANN JENS Tupelo, Mississippi Above average scholarg served as chairman of Bolton and Pulley Halls: active in professional, social, and service organizations. EMIL ANTHONY LANGHANS . Biloxi, Mississippi President's list scholar and member of Phi Eta Sigma Scholastic Honor Society, served as president of Pen and Sword, active in military and professional organizations. We-. 'ur-51, 'P-T if HQ is 'Ss . K 'gg . ,.., ..fwg,, ffl ' .f .., ' -1 Q52 , fl Nc f M: 5. 3 . fr vos.: 4 Y of . ROGER BARTON JOHNSON, JR. Hattiesburg, Mississippi President's list scholar and member of Phi Eta Sigma and Pi Kappa Pi Scholastic Honor Societies, served as president of Pi Kappa Pig active in professional, military, and religious organizations. DOUGLAS MacARTHUR MAGEE Mize, Mississippi Dean's list scholarg served as Chief Justice of Student Court and Business Manager of the Dmwlg active in service. military, and student govern- ment organizations. M .a3'K, 4 1 l si l 5 i . i 1 95 jail? WILLIAM STOVER MCALWAIN Butler, Alabama Dean's list scholar, served as vice- president of Alpha Alpha Alphag active in professional, athletic, and social organizations. MYRA LYNN NETTLES Brookhaven, Mississippi President's list scholar, served as president of Kappa Omicron Phi: active in professional and religious organizations. .l fr' THOMAS RANDLE NANCE Jackson, Mississippi Dean's list scholarg served as execu- tive editor of Student Printzg active in professional, student government and religious organizations. MARY VIRGINIA RISHER Laurel, Mississippi President's list scholar and member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Pi Kappa Pi Scholastic Honor Societiesg served as president of Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Phi Alpha Theta, and as planning chairman for the Student Conference on Paramount Eventsg active in social, professional and religious organizations. '-Ni'-S: 45: ' '95 i I' ,vii -f W pi? . 'N :Nu Sb k L:s, X i mb' Q' + , m" ii-. HN .un QI N xx t bu if 51 l fi l 'i i I-IG, W HO .I .v l NICK BRYANT RISK Hattiesburg, Mississippi Above average scholarg served as president of Acacia Fraternity, active in professional, social, and religious organizations. is Wigwiiimilfe fi 2 s ' M X sl rf' wi gg: I s Q Q.,-W ---- 1...4 -'i' -sqqp-4 xt, f " lf 1 '-..,,.i-I' ----...R-v-4 -.+ve f .l 2 -zrjzesk. ,. Y., - .- YQ- 44 Mant-il -is fx ' t - -""'Sr-6 , --' "QI rs - X 4 a ,. v' S 5. .IV E JSM W w Wwwykmfos ,I 1 . s, Q ws V rw.. f ek V SW 1. , , +0 51 A 1 1 9 I R l JEAN ELIZABETH RODGERS Jackson, Mississippi Above average scholar, business man- ager of Student Printzg active in pro- fessional, student government, and religious organizations. H075 WHO , 4 VIVIAN ANNETTE RUSHING Hattiesburg, Mississippi Dean's list scholar, Miss University of Southern Mississippi, actlve student government, service, social, and religious organizations. SARA ANN STRINGER Hattiesburg, Mississippi Dean's list scholar, served as vice- president of Baptist Student Fellow- ship, active in professional, service, social, and student government or- ganizations. 'ws l iw' I JOYCE VIRGINIA SANDERS West Point, Mississippi . I 1 ' , 4 i 1 I l 1 5 I X a I w " Dean's list scholar and member of Alpha Lambda Delta Scholastic Honor Society, served as president of Pi Beta Phi, active in student govern- ment, service, social, and religious organizations. ALBERT MORRIS SWEATT Clarksdale, Mississippi Dean's list scholar and member .of Phi Eta Sigma Scholastic Honor So- ciety, served as president of bandg active in professional organizations. 'Ng 'Q '1 , ,V -.,,,, . . .f.:.-,, .u f A ' ' J xl .' Y , ,f 1 f ,H-,Q-JJ' ' ' S . , N . . -.- wif, 1.1 ,j , ' ' ' , Q V . ' - rf: 'A J F!! lx Q d..,...f Huw, S f 3 at i' . ' f f 4 - I ' v ' . JF fg nf , f ,pw 5 n s ,- l .""t gf 'fe 1 ' , ...t ..,, s 'Q L Q' is I np, I s ,, ta K W . , ig, 575.1 ' Q QL lr 4 A Q4 .1-'I Q 1. ' 3 We I fff TC"-Z"Mi , "i f vt H- . Q Q'?' -N 5 -1 Q 2 f """"'ff'K at ,r W ,Q sf 1. K ' blW"' 5.4.4 f 'ft'-7'. if N u". W 9-f , h ix' ,W w w' ' .f T20 if . fffllwnvmdawuz - . sa 9 zvgymwk '- ' , fMf,, , CAROLYN ANN SWITZER Hattiesburg, Mississippi Dean's list scholar and member of Alpha Lambda Delta Scholastic Honor Society, served as president of Chi Omega, active in student govern- ment, professional, service, and social organizations. HARRY MILTON THOMAS, JR. Hattiesburg, Mississippi President's list scholar and member of Phi Eta Sigma and Pi Kappa Pi Scholastic Honor Societiesg served as president of Alpha Epsilon Delta, active in professional and honorary organizations. g , F NYJ it avr ,t , :,fv. Y 'Ke 1 ki ,. W . Y ff, .W - an W J A t Y , f I if .V ,I L .,.' sg.- .........,, ' if Q -ll ERNEST JOSEPH SYLVESTER Gulfport, Mississippi Above average scholar, vice-president of Omicron Delta Kappa, and Student Government Association, active in stu- dent governmentg professional, and service organizations. SUSIE ANN WA'I'I'S Pelahatchie, Mississippi Dean's list scholar, served as chairman of Hattiesburg Hall, active in student government, religious, professional, and social organizations. CD H WHO'S WHO MILNER CYNTHIA WISE Meridian, Mississippi President's list scholar and member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Pi Kappa Pi Scholastic Honor Societies, served as vice-president of Baptist Student Union: active in student government. professional, religious, and service organizations. 1.3" ,..-.m,,.-Q-fe' 1 www f' ,,.f r""N ffl? QW fa- kr W . Zi -, 5, , .- -': 'R ? Q 41.55 I. 2 -is ev, Q ,- Q xv on V S-. 5 ,f ,- ,. MW Awww My I I- 'P'- THE BEAUTIE MISS UNIVERSITY A true personification of beauty and poise is the reigning Miss USM, Vivian Rushing. Her beauty has been applauded on many occasions for she is a familiar Figure in the spotlight. She has the honor of having been elected a Top Ten Beauty for two years. Her majestic smile warmed the hearts of her subjects as she was crowned Homecoming Queen for 1962. Elected to the position of Secretary of S. G. A., Vivian has shown her capability by serving in this position well. Even though she is also an oH'icer in her sorority, Delta Delta Delta, Vivian keeps her grades at the Dean's List level. A major in history with a minor in English, Vivian has been initiated into Kappa Delta Pi. Vivian's wide interest in numerous campus activities has taken her into membership in the Baptist Student Union, and she was selected by the Womenis Affairs Board to serve on the Social Standards Board. This brown haired beauty is the Rose of Delta Sigma Pi and has also been R. O. T. C. Sponsor for two years. Well rounded scholastically and socially, possessing exhilarant personality and gracious beauty, Miss U. S. M. for 1962, Vivian Rushing, is presented. ffgf . a,,g f .2 .sw My 165 ,ysm :rf .ww-f'4f -' . nf 2' 'gi' gf-,1.f'+t:-fgf' 5- - . 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Q , i i l ' he 1' . , , I Q .gr 9 v tid N l lu Q '1 iwmavhsgf , , . ,, A Ji .1 K KAPPA DELTA as a Top Ten Beauty for two years, was elected Sophomore Homecoming year and was chosen by the Yellow be their 1962 Sweetheart. B E A U TY onnie male 1 2- '- s 'iii' ? . xii' ,W a KAPPA DELTA The pride and president of her sorority, this senior beauty has been an active part of the Student Government Association and a favorite. She was this year's Student Body Maid and a Il1t'IlIiX,'l' of Wi10's Who. 14.8 BE A U TY onnie urvzs KAPPA DELTA Not only a campus favorite and beauty, this senior has collected numerous titles including 1961 Homecoming Queen, a Dixie Darling Captain, ROTC Sponsor for three years, and Who's Who member. 14-9 B E A U TY :wan CIQusAing 7 4 f Y ' 2, A I! lla -Q ' -L lt. f 'fi '- ,.., E 'H . Q-1 'TLR lg, I ,-J, f if " 3 Z I f , Q E X - l DELTA DELTA DELTA Womc-n's Social Standard Board member and Secretary of S. G. A. are but two of the honors and responsibilities ,this senior ably handles. She is Miss USM 1962 and a Who's Who member. 150 lim ff In F" u fl, I f LZ! . 1 N xi M P Lf 'A .ff AA 1 ii!! . J I P I , bf vii, 41 ,www fix Q. P P 4 J Q, 22 ,X El 95 rlql KAPPA DELTA BEAUTY va ipes Vs. ,,.,A T it Q 1 fi . 23 f T5 f M G' 6 ' 'Si 1 ' ' cy 5 3 f -j , ,, 1 'E' i i fl N fi? ii I 1 Zi l 'A- 4 ,ily ' f 32 in Q 13 T . -7' ' ' Sigh '1- 3 gf' 1 R s gt ei S fi Y 521 A A -m....,, ,A ..t.t-..,z: " 'N-vpgw ..-.uf Though a newcomer to Southern, this junior has made up for lost time. She was a junior Favorite, Delta Sigma Pi Rose, and a R. O. T. C. Sponsor of the Second Batallion. 151 Luau" - 7 Y,,Y Y W1 A AXTR is it a'5NW'r rf 5,1 QNW ks X 7 3. 'X xB, R N,.,, '1""5 ' E5 ' 1: - -v""J' 1 ,df ,-. ,-.,- I 9-,V "1 , ,Z ' 1 W B E A U T Y irginia ojourner 1 Y Zyvf'-vs. ' 12, E 1 Q7 ,C-Q A 1 fam I P ! i ,w 'Sw' No mmm '1t bmutx paffcnts thls scmor was Miss Southf IH 1961 1116101153011 s S G A Second Vim- P1u1d111L She ilso Qcrxcd 'ls '1 Frnshmin f:Ulll1S4 lm md ns 1 IIllI1lbLI of YVhos XV 10 BEAUTY SLQYYJ GZOYPICZS 2 A 5 r A " . fl . -' , c ' ,A , l . MQW! i l Q W ,W , if ' Q Q igv fi 1 wax 1 v La: 'f'. tr Q: T Q if ,-.-,---4? in ,kt-' ' C-,Z An active member of her Dormitory Council, this freshman beauty still finds time for some of her favorite activities including competitive water skiing, swimming, and playing the ukulele. 153 BEAUTY cynn qaylor ,iiitw i Q DELTA DELTA DELTA This sophomore beauty has a variety of interests which keep her on the go. Chosen Homecoming Maid of her freshman class. she is an ofheer in hi-r sorority and an Elementary Education major. 154 Www if we Aw BEAUTY Cinolcy flflfafhngfon Sf mt-t 1, A 3 R , QW ff M ,j Q A ,, X Q7 1 -.,,,t 4' 5 tk KAPPA DELTA This year's Freshman Class Homecoming Maid is just one of the honors this blond beauty has captured. She also takes an active part in student government by representing her class as a senator. 155 ANN BURNHAM, XQ 'A ali ' 'hdawf' BETTY SMITH, AAA 'FE ALTERNATE BEAUTIES DIANE CA - Q7 GINNY RISHER, AAA T RPENTER, KA A PAM HIATT, AAA +4 3 MARGUERITE RICHMOND, KA ALTERNATE BEAUTIES SELENA PARKER, AEA ,fM xf,a-uw .R GINNY FORD, AAA UDEAN GORDON, KA BARBARA UTSEY, 222 T' W QL few si 1 ,Q if . 't K Music by Southern Squires. BEAUTY BALL Anxious young men await the entrance of the beauties. G C as I A5 .1 ', 1 " f Q' 372433, A, 1. Master of Ceremonies, Keith Cobb, approves a U.S.M. beauty. Beauty, fair and radiant, is exemplihed at the University of Southern Mississippi's annual Beauty Ball. The twenty lovely ladies presented at this event were nominated by social sororities, fraternities, and other groups on campus and then chosen through an all-campus election. The ten girls who receive the highest number of votes are featured as the top ten beauties at U. S. M. Decorations in the Union Ballroom depicted a theme of "Outer Space,', and Keith Cobb, SGA president, presid- ed as Master of Ceremonies. As the beauties were presented individually, they stepped from a rocket ship, All were dressed in floor length ball gowns and carried nosegays of red carnations. Music by Southem Squires highlighted the dance and enlivened the 1963 Harvest of Beauty. Alternate Beauties ' 4 it ' x 'x X , Q .Q x ' 5 4t-JWITI , , ,W .3 LV 4 g Z t, ----W - ' ...M V E il Y 5-T, A X If 2, 'U ZAA, E3 mi , S - 4? gg, ,t ,,,, . ,Xx, W ,G,, , , j' cv A .. AM, .5 K 1 -td, ff ,0,,, , 1 n ' V A hc' , :.,, .,,,,, , , , 5. an f A " 'W f 'Wf U.S.M. Beauties and dates dance the lead out. I 'EGR has tg' If 7 "s wi V ,, X , M -' 5 e V We ,, "tw" WW' ' I WZ? .,.. mf' ' 'T x Q -I+:.5T- ,fx U ' f""' 11:5 pn-1---it Top ten at U.S.M. E 1 Q X " 'ii I fly 'zz .... S... m e - 2 A-. wwgv ff' M. ,,.f l A 3 f f 2 2 x 7 H. .. ,QQ w N H . Q4 V 2 A ' W . " :N X ' Q Nw t ,H in ' . Xt , , t . :Qs ff ff? L we H , X is 1 .V mfg Q Q Z. V .N I x 9 ' . ag- -gre K ,.,,... 'ew New Q M ' Y 1 Xa- 1 Q vi no-Q, 7 I ,.. V . f' ,ff .M-H -- 1 .. Wx 1 -:.,,.,4.....1I"""'Mi ..,,,f W if i 'fx X .- '- g v ,,.C"f ' K 'bla 1 - I 5 l I 1 In fu W N 1 wa avg ll Q, l in , , fx tngfywfl - ipyfyx XX 1 f - l X in XX w A, V X ll J law SPIRIT To svck guidance and lcaclvrsliip for our students in all phascs of College lifc is tho ultimate goal of thc groups rcprcscntcfl in the Spirit Section. In a Combined effort thcsc groups lcacl our school spirit, ancl engage in friendly Competition in ortlcr to inspire a biggvr and bcttvr image of U.S.M. 2 W a fl!-EEN an gf' --H' X 5 F' r vf' e 45 he 'J ' 4 x7 1 S' 5 in I , W f My f ,A WEEK df jg,,Q,:A' v hs - ,Ni ,,. , W ' fi, ,fy ff f ' CHEERLE DERS The Cheerleaders help boost the school spirit at the bonfire . .- ,M L l A 4 . . USM Cheerleaders-First Row, Left to Right: Ginny Risher. Head cheerleader: Betty Smithg Pam Hiatt, Gail Bennett. Second Row: Dennis Spencer, Gordon Hcidleburg, "General Nat." Gene Carlisle, Ron Magee, and Corkie Lyle. The Cheerleaders lead the Southerners across the Held to another victory. O ll ks . e ,xc or c aa gb X at re-?A 1' "'5"': Y" L' surf' JN' " - .. :.. - '- 1' , ,. 41 rf.. -' --15 -:if - + i . if -ss: r -,M I ': by A 4 v .. - - v - Q . . 4' 5 V Dixie Darlings Officers are Dee Kelly, Bonnie Purvis, Larlie Cadwell, and Sylvia Keeton. Our famous Dixie Darlings pose before performance. DIXIE DARLINGS ' ' ei'x ..,,1 Y X 422 f' 2 I f f 4 f f , ff 2 ? Dixie Darlings perform a jazz number during halftime. 1 I , 5 V f - 2 ' 1-, 1 U7 L1 163 , gf 'RW X AF' 1 :- .i, V . . 3 T Q 5 2 I Ti il , r M.-5.3 ll 'WW' THE PRIDE OF The Pride of Mississippi marching band plays a vital part in the activities of the University of Southern Missis- sippi. Besides raising the pep of the student body at football games by playing in the stands, the Pride, along with the Dixie Darlings, puts on spectacular half-time shows. Memphis State and North Carolina State at Mobile were the two out-of-town football games the band attended. Be- sides these games, however, the band also attended the Sugar Bowl and the Senior Bowl. Much hard work, time, and planning went into these Final two shows, which were on national television. Practice for the Sugar Bowl show started in November, with the band members returning to A , , - ' . school early after the Christmas holidays for special prac- . . . . ti . 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See those level slides? ...,.....--w USM Drum Major, Ernie Sylvester, leads the Pride in a which features the drum section. number I" - z.+'FfL,g:f X 1 ' 1 "' M. " 'T -- " ,, - L-G - fit, """--wnM,,,ia,L ff Jmfwf' 'Y ' . . W 3, , ,Wm 1-M1-,wwf ,,,fxf-1.x-,ay pvggzwfw qg4qg:q,ff 4,,:ggffc:ggg: , V' 1 , f , f ll . ,, A a ni! .- --+ H, ' 'vi 5 .1-sf' Q-1 - - , ww f ' .N 2' 'A ' 11 N ' f 2 if V ' Y 1 , 1 ' A ,x v ,,, z m, ,fQ2-M5 v,m,.1N .Jwi ,K 5 . , ,i ,, . 1f" , f f'1 s,a:- 5 ,, f , V' xv , " .. , , ., . r . . r ff .f f fff".K??T' "vm .5 rw-+..: 1: v gf, .1 , wwf' ' - - . f r Qgr'-ifffgf '-nhyyifdqif ,fax ' Q., ,VLA I f 1' ffvggmylf H .41 4' ' ,, 1 ,A f, Li .Q V fefiffyi 5 QQ' yi ,, was ft ' rx, - 7' it f 1 Wx 1-if QW wwf! n 2-4 afigffrif, V ' fn 5 ' J , , . ,, - 175.1411 Q., f M, 5:9 if L ,ffl ,, ,,f - I, ,f r fry:-7, - ' ' X - 472 ' V ' . iff ' ,ffm--f.f'1f wi -Q K. ' HW. MV -- yi " 0 , "Z . ,, af2f'5i, r L .AQ - .f ,- gm, ' V if . v. Y' fi is 'i - , - . --212:16 ' ff :',.-1fr,fs'n-5 X421 , M , im' f -1,-A , 1f.g,,-in Q ,2 Q . Y , 1,-,2,N3ww,,. . , , , , " A G T f. f iw' 'mf fri- 'Wf ,, Q p,. 'z sv .:,: A A -fs ' ' , ,,,Q4W, . .M W, ,rvm if , - , ,- .cf M Q,,,,zMN eww f V, M. ,. r , .. f ' f , W 1 1 www s 'wif fs vit' w r, 1 f 54 V, , . V? Q ff 1 l A 'WWQ 5. ' ' -.Q TI-IE 1962 SEASUN Reed Green, Director of Athletics Thad "PiC', Valm, Head C0aCh I fihx ,f-Ugg Sf HNUMBER ONE IN THE NATION"-a fine Finish for a great team. With this, the 1962 Southerners completed their most successful season since 1958, and on all sides this great team was being compared with that noted team of yesteryear. As the Southerners took each team by storm, the season became one of multiple success, andiwith each win, Coach Pie Vann's record increased as he became one of the winningest coaches in the nation. The gratitude and ad- miration of the school, students, and many fans was mani- fest materially when Coach Vann was presented with a Chrysler New Port at the end of the season. The tremendous job done on offense and defense was Seated: Thad "Pie" Vann, and Reed Green. Left to Right: Tom Pratt, Maxie Lambright, Larry Harrington, Pete Taylor. , B, ' f t ,if 2 outstanding throughout the year. Johnny Sklopanls stellar performance all season was consistently the high-point of many games as he took the ball, snagged passes, and made several down-field jaunts of over 40 yards. The singular ef- forts of defensive specialists such as Charlie Parker, Harold Hayes, and ,lim Berry put a stop to more than one of the opponents drives. At times referred to as an uexplosive fourth quarter team," the Southerners compiled a 9-1 rec- ord, suffering their only loss at the hands of Memphis State. Not to be overlooked are the reserves, who added the necessary depth, and the freshman team which compiled a record 'which caused good expectations for the future, THANK YOU boys-for a great season! iff i , . -"' 1 , I , , i . - . , ' I' K If .,, W A l V? - yr, 2 , ,L X , -A ,. . 1 9 A 2 - ,AF WJ, - ,x if I f ,a 2 I ?x, 'Q f. 3 l - ,fu 'WNW Y. N ws up . - , -- A- , . .f 2 A l ,ki ' Tri B t . I, H . K4 ... 5, .. ' lit Q, a av, 1 2 .. gg 5 Q 55 .qi 1 X. 1 - f it 'T l ,f ig xx, ai' 1 9 fsfi 2 if 4 my s 4 ,ff :ffl ' V i ? ...aq- Hgt Class Hometown V: E 1 AW W 11 v .. ll, Wits . f v THE 1962 SOUTHER E No. BILLY COLEMAN JIM BERRY ...... J. D. MINNEHAN . VICTOR PURVIS . SONNY HOLMES . KEN MARTIN DICK MAPES .... GEORGE SEKUL . .. .. . . . JERRELL WILSON CWIN BURKETT . PAUL D'ANGELIS BUTCH PALAzzO TOMMY WALTERS JACK WHITE .... HERMAN NALL .. JIMMY HAVARD . BEN WILLOUCHBY JOHN COLEMAN . JOHNNY SKLOPAN CHARLES WAITES DWAYNE MARTIN LARRY ECUYER . HAROLD HAYS ......... .... JOHNNY BRECHTEL ... .... JOE OWEN ........ CHARLEY PARKER JAMES KING ........ .... LARRY HANCOCK STEVE BROOKS . .. ... . RS 5-11 6-2 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-9 5-11 6-4 6-1 5-8 5-8 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-8 6-0 5-7 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-l 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-l 168 Wgt. 180 195 183 170 180 180 185 175 215 170 180 155 175 188 185 165 187 160 190 185 190 190 220 195 195 220 195 195 220 Senior . . . Junior . . . Sophomore Sophomore Junior . . . Sophomore Junior . . . Junior . . . Senior . .. Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Junior . . . Junior . . . Sophomore Senior . . . Senior . . . Senior . . . Senior . . . Sophomore Junior . . . Sophomore Senior . . . Senior . . . Junior . . . Junior . .. Sophomore Junior . . . Junior . 1 1137?--La. . .Chickasaw, Ala. Panama City, Fla. . . . . .Ashland, Ky. . . . .Pucl-cett, Miss. .Forest City, Ark. .New Orleans, La, Panama City, Fla. .. . . .Biloxi, Miss. Brookhaven. Miss. ..Georgiana, Ala. .. .Neptune, N. . . .Gulfport, Miss. ... . . .Petal, Miss. . . . . .Blakely, Ga. . .Alexandria, La. . .Lucedale, Miss. . . . .Liberty, Miss. . , Wildwood, Fla. . . .Pittsburgh, Pa. Birmingham, Ala, . . ....... Albany, Ga. .New Orleans, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. . . . .New Orleans, La. . . . . .Blakely, Ga. . .Chiekasaw, Ala. . . . . . .Adamsville, Ala. . . .Gulfoort, Miss. .....Climax. Ga. 2 1' mm 1 55359: I0Q,49,ff'+ vN'Uw Egg W a.fD75 mFH' o E 0,3052 --a 2- 7O5SCr Qgfrfl R Fw2?5- 522256 :S-STWQF 'asa 5 if 93, E rl E-o aZw71':.m 7:"'o3:s Fuzz' '1 W 5 o 0 FTE Swim 0 ..2'gmx.:: 933325 roPr'n5':-- 'J54?T'r-r-. :"SS? Uhr- ' -s gang-mU1Q 05:00 N5 ODF: 4-v-sg OBO 2 gas- 'Tx EW ?5B?2g 3' N :SFEEE '11 'fl' 2QEB:i 5 9':::w-5? on TONY DeFRANCO . . . . . . . FRANK FORD ...... NICK KOLINSKY . . . TERRY LONG .... DOUG BURKETT DANNY SALMON .. Aeeeeeeoo JAMES PIGOTT .- ......... ..... SAM BELLA .............. ..... BILL FREEMAN ............. ..... BERENGHER BRECHTEL . . . . . . . . 65 66 68 69 70 71 73 74 75 76 77 JOHN FORD .............. 78 GENE MADDOX ......... 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 A MARV BREAZEALE . . . wmugw w SEEOMOQFEF Sggizzwigw nfrggmw QQ Nev PSEZUO W5mmmHwo Q Om-43'ONpu 'JL' o.e2U.m5c5 3:H5::m.V. Bw...-1 .... 2::O:::: I '::Z:: ::: BEEEEBEEHEQ 511 5-7 6-1 511 6-0 511 0 6- 6- 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-1 6- 6- 6- 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 1 2 2 1 2 4 1 l r Ama-.A 1.-, Sam Bella, Jim Berry, Marvin Breazeale, Billy Lyons, Jim Barbaree, Bill Freeman, Harold Hayes, Jerrell Wilson, Ben Willoughby, "Doc" Harrington. Fourth Row: Bud Pigott, Charley Parker, Steve Brooks, Dwayne Martin, Wilfred Hultz, Larry Eeuyer, Jim King, Beringher Brechtel, Herman Nall.- 206 187 220 190 210 220 200 220 220 222 218 220 220 190 195 190 200 210 185 195 205 195 205 Junior ..... Paterson, N. J Sophomore ........ Jackson, Miss Junior .... MeKees Rock, Pa Junior .... Carbon Hill, Ala Sophomore ....... Vista, Calif Senior . .. .... Adamsville. Ala Junior . .. . . .PiCayune, Miss Junior ......... Arabi, La Junior ......... Milton, Fla Sophomore ..... New Orleans, La Sophomore ...... Jackson, Miss Sophomore .... Jackson, Miss Senior ....... Purvis. Miss. Sophomore ...Orland Park, Ill. Junior ...... Grand Bay, Ala. Senior .. .......... Mobile, Ala. Senior Union Springs, Ala Senior .... ...... G rand Bay, Ala, Junior ...... . . .Leakesvi1le. Miss Sophomore . . . . . .Hammond, La. Sophomore . . . ....... Mobile, Ala, Junior ..... . . .He-mphill, Texas Sophomore . . . .... Levittown, Pa. new H 1, . tv, M, 41 W' ' A ., ,M M .. ., M . A JT t . M- - 4. lyme' V -fl V . . ,A .- yygg 'z iigff x . .A .i 'r , gf 7 if f' , , , ls, K , , Z ve -6' AV f - '54 47-ffl., f. . ii 7' X4-ww an 4 ig'-r 4 s-.on . - 'q if ' .5 WM' 4--.,. -2 -' . V I... Tbuaa, 4, . . '. -'lim "" " een 'W 4'-if 1, ,Y fs I , , ' . -v ,44,.." ' ' . M ' ' I , .. 14O5 , X Q " U ,laik was i, we . fa W, . .Nik f if any-un' .,. f ff" . - " 'Y " - . no - .ah -' if 4? G-f""',s w , :fr-40' . ", lyk. 1 ..,, y V . . H A U ,iv ff., . 4 wi I 4' 'fn Haw..- -V WM, 'n A Mni,-www, ,fqif ,x ,, - :dw ?'?."3Y'w' W. , V 0 M- 'vs as. Sklopan moves again. U.S.M. 6148028 A.S.C. 0 0 7 0 7 "The University of Southern Mississippi" opened its outstanding 1962 season in Arlington, Texas, against Arlington State Rebels, winning by a score of 28 to 7. The first tally came in the first few minutes, set up as end Billy Lyons recovered a Rebel fumble on the Arlington 20-yard line. The score came on a pass from quarter- back Billy Coleman to end Don Hulty. The final score was 28 to 7. After a scoring pass from Coleman to Lyons set up the second score and senior halfback Johnny Sklopan bulled across from the Rebel 19 for the third. Jimmy Havard accounted for-the final score. Halftime variety. P H !A.lA 'rs V f .- A., . 4140- - af. . 5 'Q AL ' 7 'm.w-. . t u 3 ., 1. 1 , ,, . BJ - of ITE, f K, , ,,. 1 ,N , 4 Us t W, -1 5 ' V 0 O 31' .M gt game, we ii 1 ' 5 Y j" fx. g 2, , ' fl 3 f f , 1 ' W 1 1 ji? ' ff , 0 L f 471 :.:,-fait' ' fra: if? in ' V., iw I 4 M5 Q 'Gif r , N . Hs, was 1 A mr. A ,, M MT' W ,M 1. ' xa mir' .Mms5f ...V in' .. ..l-uru- . irnywwhh HAROLD HAYES 'iv ,114 'qt .J 7 l l l llgi , 'it 'X li f-ff lil 'li 2- I t jeff ,qxbgifx ix, . e 'fa -' A sg -it X l l L i l 1 i i Can't get away from that ball. U,S,M, 1508629 0 0 0 8 8 Halfbacks who wouldn't be stopped plus 21 juggernaut line crumbled the Uni- versity of Richmond 29 to 8 in Southern'sesecond outing. Halfbacks Johnny Sklopan and Jimmy Havard, along with jack White, ran wild setting up most of the scoring for Southern. Even the score does not tell the true story of the thrashing the Richmond Spiders were subjected to on the field. The Spider defense was overrun time after time, while their offense met with a crushing Southern defense. Havard. Sklopan, quarterback Billy Coleman, fullback George Sekul and -lerrcll Wfilson, and halfback Jack White accounted for the Southern's 29 points on the scoreboard. Move Over Iilll coming through. N? """x.' , , .--1 gfyxff' NN 4-,qw gx ,aaa-,' "2 , -vn x!3'h"KiI ""'f gf'-Nfgfls 'ew shui Mm- f wk 1 me , ' -t Q Au, dwg ,,,n.,,,,m,e.'gQr-4 ',s91"E.e-s ,e ic, "Q'sff..em'3f qs g 5 ...- Q X1 'fx TDNITEN Kiwi I ? L 5 r, Lakai. L, J I ' MW-, .,,-- i -- - ., iN vi 3 429 r Looks like they've got him! U,S,M, 1388029 U. S. L. 0 0 0 0 0 The University of Southern Mississippi Southerners scored all of their points in the first 35 minutes of play to coast over the University of Southwestern Louisiana Bulldogs 29 to O. The standout player of the game was quarterback Billy Coleman who completed six out of six passes for 169 yards and three touchdowns. Billy Lyons did most of the pass catching taking in four aerials for 129 yards and two tallics. The four scoring drives scored 70 yards, 69 yards, 73 yards and 39 yards respectively. The Southerner subs took over rnost of the second half and held the Bulldogs scoreless. I've got the ball, now what? 1 ,irq ,.. uf-., -H , 0' -,i .- - , ... . , A .,,.,.,-1 -"f,f'.w, Q . , uf- ' T - 'I Q W,-.,, my, '-. . - - y Q "4 --',,'.,.gy,.g.A,,- -' ' -ful, ' .. ,F .lY,o .,n', ,A ".-'Hi' '1 'f-"'..,-41" ,gg " .' ' L ' -' ' 41- 9- 5' f 'I - ' . 'I 4 - 'fl VAULT '-'Vt . A-,iff n.416I."'.,L-:ff ' uf:-.4v!,.-:.'..-0-f . .Milf LE. -wiv ..g-. 3- , ..f.,9,w mn- . 'ia sw IA V A X ff JIMMY HAVARD l I Llp 'iff li 1 Where's the game? U.S.M. 6315731 CHATTANQQGA 7 0 0 3 13 The University of Southern Mississippi came front behind to give head coach Thad "Pic', Vann his one hundredth victory with the Southerners, handing the University of Chattanooga Moccasin's a 31 to 13 defeat. Southern scored early but a penalty nulihed the extra point and the Moccasin's quickly took advantage and went ahead 7 to 6. Fullback Jerrell Wilson kicked a 38-yard Held goal early in the second quarter to give Southern a two-point half time lead. With the seniors sparking the club the Southerners scored three times in the final half, to the Moccasin's one tally. Six more for U S M Q em 1 my Q., ,, 1 Q 0 35: 'Y' H , 0 cgi Af me fu ,,,4 rs N 4' , L fv Wh., gy. , A..L!"' Whose leg is this? U.S.M. 0006 6 MEMPHIS STATE 2 0 0 0 0 The University of Southern Mississippi suffered its first and only defeat of the season at the hands of the Tigers of Memphis State. The Southerners played in a downpour of rain which caused a great deal of faulty ballhandling. The Memphis score came on a had punt which went out on the Southern 28-yard line. The game was full of lost fumbles and pass interceptions. A blocked punt gave the Tigers a safety which proved to be the most important points of the game. The Southern score came early in the hnal period as Larry Ecuyer recovered a fumble on the Msu' one-ymi line. Thanks for the block ref.! Q v tl, ,X 0- 'Trl I Q, ,K If A " .rf-150?'i'? Y.-cl K b lr 4 . -- ' "-tif-J-. ' 4: are n. , i . LQIY' M Q ,f ANL. BILLY LYONS 41, kr , , BEN WILLOUGHBY 4 p?,"LZl-11 ,xi ffj r MQ-H i x 'D GW Mill 4.11 , x , 0-MN y 1,511 'iii 58 Wit' M' ' F V ling A -' LES! 1 iv l I Ji : lf"', X'-i Q-N 434 .1 W' X 4. -ifjvtli. QQMQ- Aft? Tv 452-j Zh, I L Q Wfwnt 5 . - ,I , Q,-4, V My s. , ,J f, 'Y' Wm., ,. ,M .. ,, Wm "..,.,'l- M , is 5. Who's in the spotlight now? U.S.M. 70023 30 N. C. STATE 0 0 0 0 0 One of Southern's biggest wins was over North Carolina State, a major college opponent. Multitudes of fans traveled to Mobile to see USM score once in the first period and three times in the final period to demolish NC. State 30-0. Jerrell Wilson scored on a short carry in the Hrst period and Southern defended its 7-O lead until the final period saw Wilson score again and Billy Coleman hit Billy Lyons and Tommy Walters with TD passes. A field goal by Wilson supplied the remaining points to make this one of Southern's best games. I'm going to score. , 3, r 4 Q ' W ,gf"afQtiQ5ftQ- -vi g JWNQA ,Xin i my 40 ,r ,miigzffff,ET..4f:fff?i,,eftgifg,,0it 0 J' Kigtfifiiy legi. U,S,M, 00024 30 ABTLEE 00000 As thousands of fans and bandsinen here for annual Band Day looked on, Southern convincingly crushed a pesky Abilene Christian team. Although hard pressed the Hrst three quarters, USM guarding a 6-O first quarter lead once again exploded in the Final period. The proverbial roof caved in as Southem's offense ripped through Abilene Christian defenses. johnny Sklopan scored on a 14-yard run and Tommy Walters drove in for another six-pointer a few plays later. The next two came in quick order as quarterback Berry went over on a keeper and then passed to Walters for a TD to round out the night's scoring. I got him. Q is ,, -. if -. 'fam ,f ' ' .' 1 1-H. ', MARVIN BREAZhALE Come here ball. U.S.M. 606820 ARKANSAS 0 7 0 0 7 In a second half comeback, the Southerners overcame an Arkansas State lead to hand the Indians a 20-7 defeat. The Southerners stuck to the ground, using Sklopan, halfbacks Jim Havard and Herman Wall and aroused fullback George Sekul. They cashed in on Indian mistakes and completely dominated the last half, and the sta- tistics, as Coleman, McLeod, and Sekul rang up touchdowns. Always a good team, Arkansas State had a lot of backers, but the Southerners showed their superiority all the way to beat the Indians for the second straight year. Don't fall on me. Scratch a little lower. U.S.M. 66714 33 TRI ITY 0006 6 U.S.M., noted the No. 2 team among the nation's small colleges at this point in the season, trounced a strong passing team, Trinity University. Johnny Sklopan intercepted a Trinity pass in the first period to begin the scoring as Southern added points in every period to run up the score. Each time, the touchdown came on short runs as Coleman and White scored from the one in the second and third quarter, and Sekul and Martin scored on one and three yard plunges respectively in the final quarter. Trinity's only score was by James Whitten whose excellent running covered 51 yards. l've got to out run him. . . a-il--HF' . r- - f ..... 1 -T.JN -. NN' f-' w"' . '.C"'...., I ,., , ,, In M' .riff , . ua fl.: I M ', ,. fe V .M ,t.rm,,,, .W U' Y A ,TV -f w '-'Y'-1 L ""'i-v- '. . v-v .1 Ln. Aliluliiilw 1'l?""'Y'f JOHN BRECHT 1 1 , 1 V, x , ,yf ', , W rf' -Y ' 1 14, , w LY. 6 . iw 11 at - f 1 Come with me, ball. U.S.M. 1508629 L. A. TECH 6 0 6 6 18 An inspired Louisiana Tech Bulldog team caused trouble for the Southernersg but U.S.M. rose to the cause, to show an 11,800 homecoming gathering their stuff, and defeated Tech 29-18. Halfback Johnny Sklopan played his hnest game for Southern as he ended his career with a two-touchdown performance. Jim Berry scored Southern's first touchdown taking an intercepted pass and racing 45 yards for the TD. The other U.S.M. touchdown was by Nen McLeod on a blocked punt recovery in the Tech end zone. Tech scored three times but the work of Southernis line offensively and defensively gave the victory to Southern. 9 I .a ,. V ,. ,, JOHNNY COLEMAN , ef Q , 1, , ' :H .Wt 5555567 :jf " A 5 - 'fi' 1 "J JERRELL WILSON DANNY SALMON C FNx4f'1!.g Left to Right Daxe Mulligan Charles Elzey joe Pate Coaches for Freshman Team. First Row, Left to Right: Paul Neal, John Melton, Tom Dunfee, "Poochie" Stringfellow, Robert Harmon, Sid Atkins, Bruce Jones. Second Row: George McDavid, Trainer, Harmon Brannon, Ron Poirier, Tom Brennan, Mike Cesaroni, Ted Bush, Clifford Har- rell, Mack Brown, Van Lowery, Manager. Third Row: Floyd Kellum, Manager, Ron Moody, Jack Smith, "Andy" Armstrong, Charles Armond, Charles Dann, John Sellitto, Gene White, Tommy Tucker, Manager. Fourth Row: Don Wright, Robert Brown, Tommy Youmans, Norman Ellis, Ken Avery, Carl Brown, Bill Cutillo, George Sumrall. I' m""" 'T . 4- '1 531"l-""T"'f'21'. "Ti" r jg N- 'L-Q 1 W f A af WR W f -A ,fam Cf 1 7 A 3 - 'N S 'bs ,N?""-J : fb- Al Cindy Watlington Freshman Maid , :?g5,"' , . H ...,. ,.,.,..4m. , 1-wsu A ..,. 5.'."Z" ,A V 'WW ,,,.,,,-.gng A t' " '-q if - is Y r E ilmit-fr iiiiliiiiiiis it .1 7 fi? ' 5' f' ff1'tst'5r-'ii-4'3" I t H ,,,,.w x ' ' ' . - f... , . f... -naw , .. ,.afQ,,,. M .,as,.,,,,.,.,mL ,,,,qAsQ . A - f f '--- e " r 9 -mirsi 'sabr......i Q 'ez fs-Zirissgasrarsac Tri Sigma Sorority wins first place for Beauty in Hoat competition. Homecoming Queen, Vivian Rushing and King, jimmy Havard, are crowned at the danee after the game. it-'un fu fix Qi Jig 'K 181 I-IOMECOMI G L Q --A kg ., asf fed?-'31 -er' .T , we Alumni return -every year to USM for Homecoming. l' Former students from over half of the Mississippi coun- ties, eight other states. and the District of Columbia re- r turned to their Alma Mater for the annual Homecoming i celebration on November 17. Many of them reported the r "best yet." pl Over 400 people attended the combination luncheon- . business meeting in the new University Commons. Governor Ross Barnett, Lt. Governor Paul B. Johnson, and several members of the Mississippi Legislature were honored guests at this affair. 1 Twenty-two student organization floats highlighted the , annual Homecoming parade. Top honors went to: Sigma ' Sigma Sigma, Chi Omega, and Delta Delta Delta in the beauty divisiong and Phi Mu. Kappa Delta, and Alpha A we l Tau Omega in the originality division, Alpha Tau Omega also 'won the fraternity house deeorations with Mississippi r Hall and East Stadium taking top honors in dormitory i Category. Coach 'Iliad "Pie" Vann was a happy man on Home- eoming Day. His Soutlrerners gave him his 105th win and Dr. lN'illiau1 lNIeCain presented him with Z1 1963 Chrysler Newport on behalf of the Alumni Association and the i "M" Club Alumni. Other aetiyities ineluded the early eoflee given by Dr. and Mrs. Meffain. meetings by major interest groups. sorority and fraternity open houses. reunion Classes dinner. and the lioineeoming danee. Ll liz! it 5 Q gggggiii 'N-.NY 633 L5 WMD?-QS J Phi Mu Sorority wins first place for originality in float competition. is THE ., e "mf X f f,, 1 -, 990 . ' , if - . Alpha Tau Omega Fratemity receives first place for House decorations. President William D. McGain presents Coach Thad "Pie" Vann with a 1963 Chrysler for his outstanding record of 105 wins. I 1962-63 BASKETBALL mf ThMW,,,,,,a-uuen-f'- X X ROY DANFORTH Assistant Coach z Q X, f f x K xr 1 S Q LEE FLOYD H-cad Coach USM USM USM USM USM USM USM USM USM USM y USM y USM USM Lamar Tech McNeese State Southeastern La. Alabama Texas A8LM Southwestern La. Southeastern La. Northwestern La. Eastern Ky. Louisiana Tech Northwestern La. Memphis State Tampa University L WUTHER SEASON RESULTS 94 60 63 71 87 65 55 71 73 83 88 82 96 USM USM USM USM USM USM USM USM USM USM USM USM USM Spring Hill 106 Western La. 33 Mississippi State 62 Centenary 95 Delta State 52 Louisiana Tech 63 Northwestern La. 87 Louisiana Tech 90 Spring Hill 69 Christian Brothers 50 Delta State 101 Centenary 69 Belmont Abbey 61 184 QXITHER S-.na t,1lllHfR UTHEQW ,ABUTHERK ,ulllllfft UIHE nf' ,nr t,1 HMV First Row: Bruce Miller, Stan Hines, Jim Humphreys, Joe Grubar. Paul King fManagerJ, Ford Turner, Eddie Maher, Gary Kochas- burger, Jackie Laird. Second Row: Coach Floyd, Al McCormick Larry Holman, Doug Stacey, Jim Walker, Ben james, Ralph jones Ron Dodson, and Coach Roy Danforth. w t After coming alive the second half of the season, the 1962-63 'fGolden Giants" of the University of Southern Mississippi finished the season with a 12-14 record, having won seven of the last nine. Head basketball coach Lee Floyd did a commendable job for his first year with Southern. Coach Floyd and his able assistant, Roy Danforth, one of Southerns, most celebrated hard-courters of the past, had a big job working with a young team. The 1962-63 audience saw various players make out- standing perfomiances at different times of the season. Of course there were those players who could almost always be depended upon for a good showing such as Laird, Miller, I MW!! and Grubar. But there were also those who came forth every once and a while with a tremendous effort to spirit the "Golden Giants" on and to show everyone their capa- bilities. Perhaps the most outstanding individual eflort of the season was that of big jim lValker against the hlissis- sippi State Bulldogs, VValker's rebounding, defensive. offen- sive, and all-over game was tremendous, Of course this game was the highlight of the season. For the first in their histories these two state teams met each other. In a hotly contested match, the "Golden Giants" shocked the "Bull- dogs" as Southern led 35-32 at the half-wav mark. lt was not until . . . ULV' xi g,,,,,,W,,4,.W,,m:l,' D. ,,. it stuck ? JOE GRUBAR "1 'N X .Pye .f. f'Q. I FORD TURNER V L Q . . . the second half that State led by Mitchell and Brinker. was able to pull into the lead, Southern made a tremendous showing against this nationally ranked power to make everyone proud of them. The final score was 62-52 as Brinker and Mitchell led State in scoring with 21 and 18 respectively. High scorers for Southern were Laird with 14 points and Walker with 12 points. One of the best home games for Southern was against the Delta State "States- menf' Amidst cat-calling and razzing by the Southern fans, the Statesmen fought hard but proved no match for our "Golden Giants." The final score was USM 64, Delta State 52, as the deltans suffered one of their two defeats of the season. Jackie Laird, 6-2 junior from Bassfield, Mississippi, was high scorer of the season with a total of 361 points and a 14.4 average, the only player to average in double figures. Second was Bruce Miller, 6-3 sophomore from Media, Pennsylvania, with 234 points . . . Hey, I'm on your side ,M--mgniq Excuse the hand I ,g I got it . . . and a 9.8 average, followed by Ford Turner, 5-11 junhn'funn Brookhng hlBsBsnnn,xvhh,232 pohns and a 9.3 average, and Joe Grubar, 6-1 junior from Schenctady, New York, with 217 points and an 8.7 average. In the statistics column Southern beat its opponents in free throws as they niade 565 to 545 for the opposhion, and in re- bounds, 1099 to 1093, but lost in total points by the score of 1781 for the Southerners to 1865 for their opponents. As the UGolden Giants" closed the season with a 71-69 victory over Ckunenary and a 72-61 man over Behnont Abbey coach Floyd niost assuredly started looking forward to next year and another season, The only graduate from this years tearn xvHl be Ilon IDodson, 6-3 forxvard-center frorn Ireland, Indiana. This, I am sure makes Coach Floyd very happy. AL MCCORMICK STAN HINES K x m V EN AMES ' B J 'z 1 E r . EDDIE MAHER X Mm i 4 2 f' P 'M 'shi f' Eymi M Q-Q hu X 4 . ,M V V 4-Wan V: I Q .ww M 1 .www ,mx .ff ullnl"'?!' x A-"f7"' 'X W 4, , 'api ,pr I 32 Let go Perfect tackle DOUG STACEY What's the next step? JIM WALKER RALPH JONES ll N17 4 Throw it to me Whose hand? I 11 sneak through here Returning will be this years junior stalwarts Grubar, Laird Hlnes VValker and Turner sophomores Miller, and McCormachg and freshmen Mayer and Stacey. Now that these boys have gained more experience much can be ex- pected. With the brilliant showings at times this season we can see that Coach Floyd certainly has a tremendous nuclias about which to center his team next year. The 1963-64 season should prove to be a very successful one. RON DODSON 191 I 1 wwid Htnderson Second Row Coach Taylor Frankie Pickering Joe Silva. 4 . I 1 I The 1963 University of Southern Mississippi Baseball team, under the direction of Coach C. Taylor, looks forward to an even better record than the impressive one i set by the 1962 club. This years baseball team is full of 1 returning lettermen and starters from the 1962 team. Some of the stand-outs form the 1962 club are: John Brechtal l at first base, Jimbo Green at second base, Ronnie Young at third base, Billy Dickson playing shortstop, and Pete Quave in the outfield, Returning pitchers include two Erie left- handers, Bruce Miller and Jerry Wilson. These are a few of the returning men around which Coach Taylor will build his team. Along with these more experienced player: Coach Taylor will blend a Fine . . . First Row Box Exurn John Dottolo Jerry Wilson Paul Anqerami Lott, Randy Cernick. Billy Lott, Earl Willoughby, John Brechtel, Freddy George Billy Dixon john Greschuk Bill Cutillo Teno Rick Vincent, Jimbo Green, Bruce Miller, Jerry Brown, Terry l 1 , 1 fl i .1 xv, L4 l 9 . ' 2 .1 1? 'rf ll v 'Ni " , 2: Q Swv ' :Mahi Q A I ' ' ff -y x. ' V' film ,inn T N! W ' A2171 W XDWMPM' ll' ' 50411 dbjfw 132111 ACWMIHI wjjipw I Saudi! U. 1 l h . ' ' I nun! i 5 F my I fi light. N.. s i I ' . . , - " -1 A I' ' ' 5 : ' ' 151 4 . 9,1 gi -sf 'P' I i l K3 e V ' ' Sf! -1 J 4 W' ' ' ' -AU zu Vu , V 1 ,WWW Qui! Q, ,fi N Xl' - v wdiin '-1' .xms ' 'QJ4' 1404 -1... s - 1 .S 3. bmw ,,. 4. a ' a,. i. li 6 1 1 1 M Q Rall xg if "I '1 fi ir The Outfielders . . . stock of new-comers who will become the heart of the teams for the near future. The 1963 team had only four days to snap into shape for its opener with the Tulane University "Green Wave" on March 15, in New Orleans, followed by its home opener on March 16, with the same Tulane club. Other opponents on the 1963 schedule include Alabama, Mississippi State, Spring Hill, and Memphis State. JERRY WILSON I , 1 , ini? M' ,I MQ .f Q' V 1 'QI JIMBO GREEN ga rf .L E, X S '- JOHN BRECHTEL Z A -f' ca' AQ Q' V li lt 1 ' 1' ,. t Q 13 one I p 5 'V . If 4 ug X A - I b I '. 'i 3,115 I I r Q.. , 9' X - Q : 'A ' 5" V in AA, ills.-. , ,arf 1 P -" i ii! J' f - - 2 1 l l i I ' 4 we i i i i ' 'mun- First Row: Doug Gordon, Larry Hatten, Bobby Morrow, James Cameron, Tony Delhome, Sergio Bozzetti. Second Row: Sonny Walker. Bill Thomas, Larry Harrington, Kenny Hodges, Bob Mc- Invale. "Doc" Harrington, Coach .5-M bo TENNIS The 1963 University of Southern Mississippi Tennis Team will be sparked by the return of several players from the 1962 team, which saw the best results in severaleyears. These players include: Bob Anconetani, James Cameron, Bob Mclnvalej and Larry Hatten. The Tennis Team will open its season facing Tulane University in New Orleans. One of the high-lights of the 1963 season is the Second Annual University of Southern Mississippi Invitational Tennis Tournament, which U.S.M. won last year. This tournament will see the action of such teams as: U.S.M., Mississippi State, Mississippi College, Spring Hill, Southeastern Louisiana, University of South- ern Louisiana, Louisiana Tech, and others. This season should prove to be as good if not better than the 1962 season. - . -we --'- 1 s -I M I Il? X m. Bobby Anconetoni, Captain Kenny Hodges and Bob Mclnvale .1 my 7 - + in --9 lpj, p 1222i ' .,? I .I"QfffQ::'fIQff:"f' ,Z 55f5f:.IIfifi1lf2::fII5222liIg5il5f2::::q:..-L :--EE1113If?:::fQ2ggig:11---"92" '-,,,,,... , '.A- 9 B. O. VAN HOOK Robbie Webb, Coachg James Butler, Joe Phelps, Mike Busby, Bubba Akins, Mike Galiger, Bill Applewhite, Jean Yandel, Kirby Man- ning. 4 ,i'i . x 'i i ' . L GOLF The 1963 University of Southern Mississippi Golf Team under the very able coaching of Robbie Webb will open its season early in the Spring Quarter. Mike Busby, Bill Apple- white, and Joe Phelps are three of the outstanding golfers who will be returning to the 1963 squad from a very power- ful 1962 team. The team will see a great variety of action this season. They will meet such opponents as: Spring Hill, Mississippi State, Loyola, Millsaps, Tulane, Alabama, and Louisiana State University. ' 0 s f Y v LQ? S -ar , ,f , ln. I ACTIVITIES F "U, sa!"- nr- Q "Wi X af' ii ,X I I J 'Rx if SPIRIT v 1 2 +f?i.fIf5i2fF fwfiilfl. , ' Y " ' 1- Spirit is unclefinable-spirit is a way of life. Spirit is the invisible factor that makes a bald-headed freshman wear his beanie to a football game and then malie the transition to a tux at the spring formal. Spirit is not intangible. YVe can appreciate talent in the floats at Homecoming, and feel the desire to be at home for our high school Home- coming. These are just a few which brings the pride of belonging to . . . Southern. I A 'ff CSX 2 2 f.. -ful, A 5 is S 3 t . , ., . . Q. 97 ' fsrrf f"'1..-5-4,-"' ,Mg Aim, N . 1 M i,,, lex H4 Pm 9 'K . 1 be "What happened to Ginny?" Trying to make that first period class is a problem for many Southern students. , ..,. ,., , Ar. , , - - x 0 4-LR f'f', ' 15,6 It 11,6 ' , f.-.af 1' f 6 'ix ,wh ." I-:F 'I .JL ' ' ' 1 mf.---fr' -.nl f. ' -.,' 4.-rrp ' 1 an .Y eg. ,- '5'1.-" Q, '54 N 5 ... -.. . Q' I "Got a match? i,.3'h.x X . .A-.- N f X X '...e - v " 1' ' 5?f-viii? . Y? 'O ia Aga, vt, Ex E K I x 31 5 we Qi N P 4' ' ' qw ph.: 5 IEW ' 9:11 52 L X .U M, ...a ' L . 'M XH ,v v . F N 51' Tx' Ll P31 YH QQ x. X NN xl SRX :' ' 3 A, 7 51.4 ' Q34 SE1 ' f ks. M- 415.-'i ., -L, ef" am-f pm P 'v ' G rl! 'Ji V V ,X Y-Y if F . 2 ,i ,ai-. if 45' A . if-' .ini 'F 1- iii! A Q. 4 5 , my I Q .fj--ffsg-1 ,. ' "- , x,1Ffg'wT""7-55" .zm -'-K 'N .' - .Ai , N -y . . W . " S 4 , .. ..s, -' Sig Ep's salute Southern's U.P.I. rank- ing! , 1.5 ,Q 1 , .ulqfffm ef, ,M ,:-ff TN ls 8 ll A L-:EEN5 CDUNOL ' ' V., 4 4 ,M ,. ,. - i ,,.., ,.,-- iv,1"f'L'T'T-7 , I . 'ff . X U 11..---f X "zz .....- f "-"""',.........- laid ,.,-""'---:g Q L ,,.,....- , -sd J- ,.......-H 15:1 .,,, --...- y i 4 ...- ",.."" 2--'::.."' M ,"-gt? J , 'wi 1.a," 'f f ' H' E 4 if W I Lu: Pl I Ill I ,,. if? 1 ,, 5 ' W7 A "9" V ' fa fgggf . ,, 9. f, 4 M gg.,-2 .f,xv'Q9 5 'Q I I yy . l, 1 4. .1 lZ..,w-f.-4 Nfl v if 3 , ' Jf P.. mf. Q V 1" ' A ueytwf K gp Q Z Z, . we "F"-.ae X Q2 L, - 42 M 7 .. J ry 1, , A' 'Ava Lei l M-' wffvffg 4. flwrdal r " J, MF'W'7"""" x ' 'f F..-"'.,m!7'I!T""""'1. ,. ,a , - ,.... , , . ...J , 1. M gi -a r w YL-'i V . Q -, . 'Tv ,Q Jzfaum, if 199 Tamany Hall. ,AX '55 Ml , I g Hg Y S5 1 X ' , v K9 Q A 'ff Y ivvaissmw - Spirited play in the intramural football league. E . -ff- I General Nat and Son of Dixie show off for a crowd. Marriage and Family Life Lab. -yvmj ,K A 5. 3. 'J ffl' 04 R ,QM I I' V N W-9 ,ln- his .f if-f 4,1 .. 1' ,si -. ,- N , . ,Ku x4lH'u--oi: 1 . gn, U-E. 5.1 , 4f,,a,z. ' ,ff - N' ' 'L 0.4-A 4 ,,. - g X '.,1f'A , 5 4 ' .f wx' 41 f' rn r One of several bonfires to inspire the football team and the students on to victory. In the South slavery still exists f pledge slavery that is EM-WN gl ,,Q..,,,,wV W, Q wi Q W ,if w WWHKI4 Wi --W dxf ,yi rawwm W ' A s s 7.01 "Nice material-dress. that is wwwl' 'U' , EXPRESSIO He's no angel that's for sure x 3 . x 1 ! x X l x X ws l 'fx fs "I even tried TWO dabs!" 1 i efxx? X X tw? 2515.9 'X fn .,in 'I s. a 41 xg 115 f' 4- 425 4 if 'LO1 Gratitude for an act performed by someone else.iUnexpected joyful surprise upon the receipt of a passing grade on the Junior Proficiency exam. Interest in others not as fortunate or ifgifted. The look in the eyes of a girl just pinned. Affairs and activities that inevitably revert to one word for their origin-Expression. This is more fun than going to the woods! ..fv1"" , ,M-1-""" L.,-"M" ,ff-'M' V-qw r f ia? tv Qi 9 "We just gotta win, thats our last nicklef' Typical Southern scene tearing down the old, putting up the new. ff I ' MMU: Slum ' 1 '-wlg.-,g -""-vvffJ"8Pq- -. -- t A ,,+ 'fafwmvl ia M, , CH? n jnzaw-'TE Q x QMMKQW 'M Aw hw,,. ' :V Q-M., Y . N-N...-, .K xqmzmw , W R aw, M'-+-by-c..1,' .4 f...,,-'S-K x-. xx Look, Ma, no cavities!" 104 ?"""" Vl0l3tl0H of Mrs. Wxburs rule: no public affection. Please help me I'm lost. Maybe I can get a date next time. 7' . wx- . 9 i zo "If he gets Bingo before I do I'll break his arm!" Q A V-Q., Q .,',V or was Extremes of expression: Happiness and Anger. "Where could that restroom be?" 9.06 -1--uv' 'Q ,mn 4- fwidiidhihg' -s " 1-1-M f , . X , . , a -v w. . .I '. 'e '.,.' wdwoi-"e5' 1 sqm., 3'-www "ir ' ""' x hrI"i ll.. 'T 8' .Wa u TF' ITFE Cokes, cigarettes, and love make Wimpys a favorite place. Cross your legs when you giggle! N 'N 4 uv. ' 'Y -.1 ,iw fwf' ,. uf. v"' ' -'Ma w,-Q 3 4 "', .. ,I wr ' A Q 1 W ,W .,..,,.,ff,-,,.- J f . Y I , 1 L' ,. 4 .. , 'W , ,K .. WIA 0 4 W' if t 1 -an-'Vw ' Q W' vii. 'A Ii ,QQ nv-,aye W. , . gb , 6, ye H .5 , A e-,.,, fat FJ .."H-..'w, Sheill never walk alone. - l . me-w ,. 42 ,g fm! f-TM: Expression of gratitude for a job well done. V, , M -2325--y,y.' ,,-Qil-. V TH I SLICE 1 ' ,W , Ch , 1URS ,P I E eer up mgs cou e worse. mv,-.IA5i5. . h 1 .A ,Y 40 10 .YJ 15 ' ' "Hey, that's my date!,' r. v sg. ,, VW , ,, 5 . 1 1 i Q in 5 in . 4' 5 fi Q 1 3 X ? QQ! Lake Byron and friends. 71 .1 At'V' ...QA .. , ,. " Tiff H -1-an j F!',! -we if ii N, .,A,J-u-ov f Food, frustration, and Hu. PREQUmTio The continuously revolving schedule of activities for students necessitates repetition. As an everchanging scene placed before the ObSPI'X'GI',S eyes, as he sees the frequently executed acts of one student being repeated by many students. Thus we have Frequitition, in the post office. cafeteria, wimpys, and in any other place the students may be. ,ff ff , ,Y .1 No, it is not an air raid shelter. 3 Q 1-fb-N f-25 Bottoms up! It pays to keep your "goals" high if, - ,, 1-""'i sf' , L p. These girls are trying to get their MRS degree. "We're gonna find out where the yellow wehtf' A Commons' fault? A W, WW 9 Y ASW W QR , l lll W e X B Q ii' 2' H X Q e is A W sq K 'V'--...,f" awwmmmummxmwmmmwmmd 5.W?fi mn. if 2x i l X sy is if bm ai a 4 0? Q M K' 2 sssisii' sf fww PH0mwwws..,, If Doctor McCain could see you now. there would be trouble. l y V t r w l 1 l l l 7.11 One of the most frequented places on campus. Standing in Iinc is old hat to Southern students. Usual conversation: the passing girls. v.,,'r:. K . - so ,sb pn ' . ,il ' , . H.: . K. 'le 9 '. A "sg-" 1 I 'Hill 's.. f I if W, if Y ,,, 2' One of the best abilities college students possess, cleaning out Daddy's wallet.. Senior "snowing" Freshman. Favorite eating place of Southern's students? Mums., M WA si.: W, SA P lr.1 . X , n.,,M..,f,.f Wwfwwwfwg 4 'W V ' . .4 2 mf:-'f if X f 'WW 'M A "M Qnqw wi so ,lf 4' 2 3 'fs ..' , ,V m-W . ww - new ' i' Q , we f lr Q N.-Qfxxx 5' ss- ee f 213 ' me 5' f"fG.,s ,N , "W " ,, 1 ,fe-r, ga , 3 N T ji 4 . ,W F My ef , M ' , S' as-if fassig 'Se ' xg .., XM ,M If Q Q' sv' NK F Q Sw k 4 41. .Q '5 sk Q f Y 1 ,J ,, , ws . Q x xx ,f 1- , b 'QM ' in 13 Q.. .xi A . ,s A f. 4 wx rw. X ., N, ,x . 'R J' X 5' 'xy ,K x.. i hx is ., -5 l x l Y 7.14 Q srf Q' 1 lv- X. 2-' - ' My , fii'. 4 1: mfii 9 Q. W., 'Q 1,4 A 'Z' ll g . 1. MV7, 14,151 ff ..., Looks like he has been at the Fiesta on the weekends. ' X 'C Eg-IW. stu wa- 1 ski. ix I irfgiwefmewtes-Q gm jg iff' 4 X "4 abr u .'..fffg"""" """'N X M ,X xg, lx 'i Q 'f X I .,. .Ji Wi""N" . nr-s -Team .npugtl 1 A 0 . ,.. . s, ,,,,M,m 'M ' H' "S" 4 v.snu 5, I felltiwships a ' v. - -...- - -. Q-sg, 1-4.-4 --an -4... ' ---, .., 'M-1... --L.. 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N , . .- .mf-A -M .1-N, Maw, 1. iwwfemmlm- whim ,aa .Q www- vm ww, AN., N uw- 'W U :MMM - r.a...,,,,,q Fwmuww. wW.a,.xc.g,.., Manu-anim x.,,.,. wxwhwmmkpiwwm swfawwwm imma, ' s Grams aww Mipalucfaiw Sian Tuckm-5 303691 The Cmdwrg SLM-Q! hw. wmcmm W.- A X , MM .W .Mwww-.va-gwwpgamu -. .. .-A. ,wkwmiwmmuanma . fa was af 41- aww 'W A M253 pu., ,. u , -, 1,--Qawqaafam-awywfam-im Qff ,W ' . . M . aff-yfmmmfvvfamww ...Wd - N. ,.gM.rfm,.wwu,g.um,m ,,,,,, .L . , f. ewamswmm mama 'M-H A .Q V mf wa.-,Q ,.,.. . N wma- vf va MAQMH 1. ms ,mwmv rung, wx X .imavswmv N4N,,Xk Mzfax A r' f -,Hy Some students can think of graduate school- Dr. DeRosier teaching.his ucowboys and Indlans course" 'I Xi? --,Q ,W-5 yt K ,T-1 3Qn Q-. a WW?-iff' C4 v 1 lo ' lf. 6 'N- 57 ff ' U.S,1tt CUACHIN6 STAN' lr X 1 ww W fa . v- 9 W W - t g I ' x 4. L . r , M-,:'f mi' 2.19 ,wa ff . W X "M ' f .. ff L 5 Nl f W 1' lid!! ' 3 ' 1-'1 . "" 1. QW' Annum. " MWA' Southern's students come from all around the world. Education is not restricted to the classroom alone. EQ 2,4 ,., 5 ,lb ff f 'WIP fy' f f',, Vxfm C E Y 6' - ff we Q1 l ,. ' 'K -Xe a P2 ' l 45 f 4 f' iv, A " ' .- Mu,,?5,, t -ra , as 1 A 'Rin uf xxx L -4 l I .H t , 3 . ... ..-..-m NM... ' 'Ne if-ff, my 'ff 5 fir ' -r ' ,Az , - ww, Luft igggf 'f f ft' ' e :A Q, di , fm -ft 2. - 2 5 are e tie al? Q, va "See what an overdose of Metracal can do Mir' ,H,,,w s6.g X W lv'-11 1 Q x ,ggi g Q, gfifif ' l I flu 'I , 1 ,im mr 33101 IQI: xl, lui if Can't pass those 'finals by standing outside! In painting one can express a feeling, this girl seems to be going around in circles. W as -, ...... c - ,, ' P 11 , . This Building has been called a den of iniquity. I 21 1 S 5 l 3 .L 4,155.6 M it Mis gf 5 X ..r . -,I K. D.-'Z -f.'f' "-'Q 'Sgr-3 4 v4 .. uv N ,fs-'P I '91 I m""'?"'F:?W qw, l. 'Y' A RM Coach Vann, recieves a wreath during cele- bration of Southern's NO. l ranking. .Sinn wp 1, an .Wh 4-M-muff "'vw,....,,M.hm Sororities see a dream taking placeg construction of Panhellenic Dormitory. ACI-HEV N Always among the boundaries of endeavor lies- Achievement. It exists and prevails in every campus activity. It is a reflection of diligent efforts guided along successful paths. The essence of achievement lies in a piece of parchment-entitled Diploma. The outstanding growth of Southern is Dr. McCain's achieve- ment of a dream. -ilk T," Ffefiqgzf 'ribs aw' "Q iw feefrte- ' W N 'mfliig M Pri 3, Q. if . fi ""!!dsi1Q. ff I . ,ls-o ' LJ 'A'3'l-4, 'f 1 Il l l l l l I i just what is he trying to achieve. '55 ff 1' . 1 ' f -in J "Ulf il .Q ww M 3 'Q I ,sf .I IIIOW Pm X , ' E HBHIQS burq - -bi. 4 i ... W . 1 ' '- Being picked as a Beauty is an achievement to some. -16? Outstanding back and linemen of the weekg Billy Coleman and Nick Kolinsky respectively. .,,., H' mmumlam ig,- ft-...,. 1 ,," x Q N ' 0'-, 4' ' nay, sous , v 'Q ':u" ', U lg" . , n Us Q 0' ,s Q , a'l,u I ' U l 1 ,O 1 .a" 1 " U Q' 5' 0 n e lp U O Q ' s , u e J .. ,' L- lp. L tm, y. , .., ag, u 3 4 ... i tQw I f s no ,Q - um Q s an ll' mu 0 u X 4 on 'un n v I , H in leur .ua fn . ul: is no 110 innow shui, .ole 44: nuevo .1 or ' 4 ' 0 l l I 9 0' .oi.u:'a..rIl" 1. a..Nl,n.phgvacb'v., .c9uu'c,,,' 'fo I. 1 Rush Week brin I ' Hi , ' :QE Q If uf 7 s I QXQNF'-5 gs some unusual results and pictures. lg 6 5 D l Q .WP yWWwM.,.fMs. N , usoww-wise ' A M. an ' H 5 ..,,, 2' 1 ,. Q we We . i -' .b , ..,.: f .'.,, , . i ' Trying to do too many things can make a per- son do funny things. Southern's Alumni As- sociation elects a new president each Home- coming. Hard work brings good resultsg Southem number one small college team in the nation. N, ,..M-w-'M' This is an awfully messy way to raise money for charity. Bored of Education 4 x'f hr 8 1 7 J' 4 Dr. Brent appears to have a captivated group, except for Dr. Davis. 27.7. 11 3, il 1. . 9 3 QA.. 'l fu 71 51 TN A. T. O. has a winning float m the Homecommg Parade Xq,,,z:, A . E , :"K v re' , ,., ' A A, . H, N M. xr 'min' EM? 'Q' x K wfwfm X ax L n ay ,f ff'-ww-. W W , Q Q. . f , ,EH mf, mf 1 . .a, 1 , , .,ffQ'Q"?1'5gr'w1 Q . I 1 ' f .nm nav ' ., K x fm. , ,M ,ia "'r,.. 4. Q 4 in :gi'f.-Hi 5 Y9'f"?.,f' ' x,a?f,1. - 'Q ,-v..Z2' xr x Q' Q Q J M, 5 . 2 a ,..'.wx 'T r" .XJ From the play Dark of The Moon. The entire cast of Dark of The Moon. 114 3 I I I I I 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I. I I illheieostunies always add to the enjoyment of a production as is evidenced here. ' 'I ,I N, is Y I THE ATRE ' Pictured here are scenes from the Southern Players 'Q ' I productions of 1962-63. The major Fall production was I I "Dark of the Moon." An annual event is a children's play I which tours towns in Mississippi an,d Louisiana. "Sleeping I Beauty" the 1962 play, enthralled many children and had II a higher attendance than ever before. For their Winter I production, the Southern Players presented "Lilliom." Scheduled for Spring are a series of sketches from the writings of George Bernard Shaw. 1 p 1 I I I I I I i Q 2 tl 1 Death scene from the production "Lilliom" Fixur and Lilliom caught in their attempt to rob the messenger. 5 2 N2 F y , Q v ar P Q ef HE me .... A S S . X Ag f ff 3?W.i.W,,.m F' Q 9 5 E E 1 2 ,Q Q, ,' 1 , X i , t W- -NMK y x7,-- 1 t,t, 'X ,. gg. ,,m,,fy 'H 1-1 t - 'Luk x . xl N f 464 if 5 it X xg AMX X X A Y X 1 x 'N N, v X Q X 1 A X 4 ,sa lt X x , . if , X 'S+' X X " K 4 N fx X X X W " . P 'W 53 1 .. S- if 'XXfi'fff.5i"SX E ' ii' X ' j us? 'F Y 'X , .. . .. Im ld. . 7 . , . .r - ' 1:- -N041-3x0 5 X X wp tg '- Y- '- ' - -' " 12 Y,-QQ, X X A V ,,.-ff A. kg, A ight gc wxii tx I V' Q, -2:fw,...g r x 1 -N ,---- . ,-- +P X .. .t .. ....., , .,,..s ,. r. .. . , ,rw ., X. , x X, . -W at , W "1 " '-+3 , , - Gr-,, f' f- 'f X , ' t ' X - . ,F Part of the Cast in "Sleeping Beauty." 22 . fl Mi 4' ,wff ji. M sly' I 5, I L af? "Man Who .Came 'to Dinner," had as its starsg Frank Haine fMr. Whrtesrdel, Dianna Stewart QLorraine Sheldonl, and Nikki Rothschild fllanjol. ii 6 J ? s ? Penne Ifercywho was this years National Maid of Cotton performing in "Light Up The Sky." Catherine Dinwidde and Lynn Rose Fillingame are shown in this scene from Miracle Worker." SUMMER STOCK This past summer marked the fourth season of the University of Southern Mississippi Summer Theatre. As in the summer preceeding, the program was very suc- cessful. This summer stock program is not limited to Southern students alone, for any student of any college who is accepted for the summer work, can participate. Seven plays-"Light Up the Skyf, 'gNight Must Fall," "Miracle Workerf, 'cMan Who Came to Dinner," "Auntie Mamef' "0nce Upon a Mattressf' and HAH the Way Homew-composed the successful program for the 1962 season. Walter Ely and Betty Katherine Denton were the stars in the play from which this picture was takeng "All the Way Home." UNIVERSITY SI GERS The University Singers, under the direction of Dr. David Foltz, is the major choral organization on the campus. The choir appears on campus, throughout the state, and they usually make a tour providing excellent publicity for the university. This year the group will journey to Virginia, to give a performance, and bring the name of Southern to that state. M 'WU-ab! T1 -X H6111 VH1. -3.12 151Q Y - 4JEl...f.. Q' OPERA ORKSHOP Under the direction of Mr. Clifford Reims the Opera Workshop had another successful year. Opera Workshop was set up to give voice majors a chance to perform and to try to perfect their singing. Each year the group puts on several productions, and this year the operas were: Student Prince, An Evening On Broadway, the fourth act of Rigoletto, and Paint Your Wagon. Mr. Clifford Reims, director of Opera Workshop. There's a coach comin' ing was a number from Paint Your Wagon. , i. ML . W V ,Q ? , I 5 2 ' ii W s A X K i 'K ' J 2 'Ma gi fm 7.2 ' c :,fm,, ' "' W' f' ' xt xx. tx 4 i X , 'X X N , ' i' ' N., A , xi ,K ., X XV dj , Ll V x 1 F . r"",2' s ' -1354 " ol J' 53 f'-5, in 'kxi'-,af A ,. 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'fi- ,", ",J-- "-'ilr' '71 ' Hnixr -.ff 1. .f"'+'1-. . , .'Q.'f.-lg "-. pw: :22..'.'P",,'- '?'F'-'1f""2'f1f'fr- -ff ef5c.'isr' J A ' - ' D, .,,,-wr--454 x ' ..,,. 11- 118--W 'ff ra vc X H., -'Y' 1-sf BETTY SMITH, AAA Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl FRATER ITY SWEETHEARTS JOANN WATTS, UB4' Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart CAROLYN MAITRE, KA Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart NOELLE JEFFCOAT, AAA Phi Kappa Tau Sweetheart 131 fm Senior Panhellenic. Left to Right: Sandra McGill, Delta Zeta, house chairman: Carolyn Maitre, Kappa Delta, secretaryg Frances Smith, Delta Delta Delta, presidentg Bobbi Gilley, Alpha Sigma Alpha: Sandra Gail Baker, Pi Beta Phi: Jerry Hall, Chi Omega, vice-president: Mrs. Ivah O. Wilber, advisor: Carol Ros, Sigma Sigma Sigma. Senior Panhellenic. Left to Right: Sandra McGill, Delta Zetag Carolyn Maitre, Kappa Deltag Frances Smith, Delta Delta Delta: Kay Vandegrift, Pi Beta Phig Bobbi Gilley, Alpha Sigma Alpha: Kay Pickard, Delta Zeta: Sandra Gail Baker, Pi Beta Phig jerry Hall. Chi Omega: Kay Newman, Delta Delta Deltag Mrs. Ivah O. Wilber: Retta Justice. Alpha Sigma Alpha. 176' 'S...4f SE ICR PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Panhellenic is an organization consisting of every mem- ber of each sorority on campus. The Panhellenic Council of the University of Southern Mississippi is the governing and balancing power, composed of two representatives from each sorority. One is a voting delegate, and the other is an alternate. This body compiles rules concerning rushing, pledging, initiation, and sorority activities on campus. It is a forum for the discussion of questions of interest in the university and fraternity world. Another responsibility is to further Hne intellectual accomplishments and sound scholarship. It cooperates with the university administration in the maintenance of high social standardsg and, above all else, the Council maintains on a high plane fraternity life and inter-fratemity relations within the university. 132 ? l 1 l i 1 I l E r i l F WTI? 'FS' -Q,-af Ta., 46" IU 1oR PA HELLE ic COUNCIL The University of Southern Mississippi Junior Pan- hellenic Council is made up of one delegate from each pledge class of the eight sororities on campus. The Council is a subsidiary of Senior Panhellenic, functioning under its auspices, but under a separate and similar constitution of its own. Its officers are determined by rotation among the sororities. The Council meets twice monthly under the direction of Dean Wilber, University Panhellenic Advisor, and the Senior Panhellenic vice-president, Its purposes are to pro- mote friendliness and inter-fraternity spirit among pledges and to provide preparatory training for later work in Senior Panhellenic. Programs are held each meeting toward the attainment of such ends. Also, each year Junior Panhellenic sponsors one outstanding project to promote sororities as a whole on campus. ln addition, the junior Panhellenic council urges sorority participation in all campus activities and assists Senior Panhellenic in all of its projects. 'L Junior Panhellenic. Left to Right: Sydney Loftin, Delta Delta Delta. house chairman: Sylvia Dcsporte, Phi Mu, Courtesy chair- man, De Anna Warner, Delta Zeta, reporterg Suzy Rains, Alpha Sigma Alpha, secretaryg Brenda Hayles, Kappa Delta, president: Margie Davis, Chi Omegag Jerry Hall, Chi Omega, junior Pan- hellenic advisorg Mrs. Ivah O. Wilber, University Panhellenir advisor. Not pictured: Mary Lowery, Sigma Sigma Sigma, vice- presidentg Jo Ann Watts, Pi Beta Phi, treasurer. ZA 1. Martha Bankston, Janet Bennett, Bar- bara Boyd, Catherine Busby, Eleanor Bynum. 2. Gloria Byrd, Judy Carl, Gail Clark, Linda Davis, Sharon Davis. 3. Diane Delrnas, Nancy Fletcher, Bobbi Gilley, Ellen Hatcher, Carole Hill. 4. Nancy Johnson, Retta Justice, Mar- garet Kalif, Patsy Koonce, Linda Landry. 5. Johnie McDonald, Ina McElhaney. Dorothy Mahan, Mary Maxey, Pa- tricia Murray. 6. Judith Ordner, Selena Parker, Linda Patterson, Mary Ann Pearson, Peggy Phillips. 7. Rosemary Puckett, Diane Pugh, Diane Purvis, Mary Reabold, Mary Robison. 8. Pamela Ryan, Jackie Sartin, Rose Marie Speetjens, Jimmie Claire Wal- ley, Susan Watkins. Not Pictured: Adelle Breland, Della Lee Danner, Patricia Ann Donahey, Gloria Gilli- land, Yvonne Habeeb, Rebal Hall Elizabeth Carol Hanna, Linda Hawk- ins, Judy Hawkins, Jo Ann McCoy Sharon McGraw, Prudence Martin Barbara Mills, Elaine Myatt, Prissii- Nicholas, Mary Sue Rains. v Q Alpha Sigma Alpha Room. Flower: Aster and Narcissus Colors: Crimson and White Founded: Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, No- vember 15, 1901 Installed: Beta Delta at U. S. M., May, 1938 True and lasting sisterhood is the aim of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Through this common bond, ASA's experience a sharing in the dreams, work, and play of sisters. The aims of our sorority are to broaden the physical, intellectual, social, and spiritual development of our members. Our major philosophy is a love of life and joyous living of that life. The love of ASA sisters is bestowed upon mentally retarded children, the recipients of our philanthropic projects. Alpha Sigma Alphas are found in a great variety of USM organizations and activities. Socially we have a Christmas dance, the Red Slipper Ball, a Valentine dance, slumber parties, and small parties throughout the year. Alpha Sigma Alphas are women of poise, power personality, and purpose, who are noted for character, caliber, culture, and charm. 'L ::i h :f i 5 ts v .vAxuQiwxxxxuxsR Q Q0 03,0 O " C G ' N IWEYAETF' ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA Alpha Sigma Alpha Officers. Left to Right: Bobbi Gilley, Editor, Gloria Byrd, Treasurer, Selena Parker, President, Catherine Busby, Pledge Trainer, Retta Justice, Recording Secretary, Jimmie Claire Walley, Corresponding Secretary. elf- l I ,- l .:. i 3 l l 11 ei l, 491 is , I X Chi Omega Room. ft -'q.fq145 CHI OMEGA Chi Omega Officers, Left to Right: Alice Wentworth, Treasurer, jerry Hall, Vice-Presidentg Lenda Ritter, Pledge Trainer, Carolyn Switzer, President, Irene Wilkinson, Secretary. rg BDE A Y gt DDD! UBB! A 7. Flower: White Carnation Colors: Cardinal and Straw Founded: University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895 Installed: Epsilon Delta at U. S. M., April 23, 1949 Chi Omega is the basis of lasting friendships. Through emphasis on scholarship, campus participation, high ideals, and social and civil servce, we realize our fraternity's goals. Chi Omega annually sponsors Greek Song Fest preceding the Christmas holidays. The pledges honor the other sorority pledges with a Halloween party on the "Chi O" room. The Chi Omega room is the "second home" for the sorority's members. It is the location for such activities as slumber parties, supper meetings, the little sister-big sister Christmas party, the Christmas party for underprivileged children, and the big sisters' Valentine party for little sisters. Other events on the Chi Omega calendar include banquets, a Christmas dinner-dance, the Spring formal, and the Mother-Daughter-Father luncheon. Chi Omegas participate in Dixie Darlings, Highlanders, Senate, and Women's Affairs Boardg they have been elected Class Favorites, Best Dressed on campus, Homecoming Maids, Campus Beauties, Who's Who, and are members of campus honorary societies. S2 1. Carolyn Anderson, Carolyn Arbuth- not, Marlene Bilek, Sue Breath, Martha Brister. 2. Bitsey Brown, Becky Cagle, Carol Campbell, Carol Cappel, Marti Car- penter. 3. Linda Clinton, Lynn Curtis, Marjorie Davis, Nita Kaye Erwin, Jerry Hall. 4. Nancy Hamil, Beth Harkins, Phyllis Hicks, Cecile Jackson, Sandra Jack- son. 5. Betty Johnson, Martha Legett, Wanda Le Grone, Genia McCollum, Chrissy Magee. 6. Carolyn May, Jane Meredith, Ginger Pringle, Lenda Ritter, Martha Rogers. 7. Amy Ryals, Ruthie Schoeniger, Karen Shutt, Carolyn Switzer, joe Ann Terry. 8. Carolyn Kay Thompson, Barbara Thomson, Alice Wentworth, Irene Wilkinson, Peggy Williams, Mary Woodruff. Not Pictured: Ann Burnham, Dotty Cook, Cathy Denton, Christine Dowdle, Nancy Ferrell, Nancy Hunt,-Dot Thompson Hunt, Peggy McCay, Anita Clair Mc- Rae, Mayze Mackrell, Diane Parker. AAA 1. Edith Andrews, Gail Bennett, Sally Booker, Cookie Bowers, Juanita Brau, Jenny Bryant. 2. Betty Cooper, Martha Cooper, Lee Craig, Carol Cumiskey, Nancy Cun- ningham, Donna Dickson. 3. Barbara Dix, Nancy Ellzey, Ginny Ford, Lynda. Forman, Pam Hiatt, June Hines. 4. Helen Jackson, Judy Jackson, Noelle Jeffcoat, Judy Jones, Margaret Jones, Charlotte Knight. 5. Linda Lee, Judi Leftwich, Ann Lieb, Lynda Lipscomb, Sydney Loftin, Mari Longino. 6. Peggy Meador, Sandra Melkild, Bar- bara Montgomery, Kay Newman, Kay Pickens, Marina Punt. 7. Gay Nell Rea, Ginny Risher, Vivian Rushing, Nancy Schutt, Sharon Shiriy, Amy Smith. 8. Betty Smith, D. J. Smith, Frances Smith, Sally Smith, Virginia Sour- journer, Linda Stephens. 9. Judy Stutzman, Bonnie Taylor, Lynn Taylor, Marie Thames, Savan Wilby. Not Pictured: Elizabeth Buchanan, Frances Cocker- ham, Caroline Collins, Charlene Ezell, Millicent Ann Hamacher, Mary Katherine Kennedy, Jane McKenzie, Dianne Maley, Rebecca Ann Mur- phree, Dorothy Jean Rawls, Carol Thomas, Lyn Vincent, Martha Nell Windham. , i Delta Delta Delta Room. Flower: Pansy Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue Fotmdedz Boston University on Thanksgiving Eve, 1888. Installed: Phi Epsilon Chapter at U. S. M., May, 1951. Tri Delta is a fraternity devoted to the principles of friendship, love, and Sisterhood. Since its founding in 1888, Tri Delta has expanded into one of the largest National Panhellenic groups with 106 collegiate chapters in the United States and Canada. Total membership is 66,000 young women. Service and philanthropy are a vital part of the fraternity's background. At Southern two S100 scholarships are awarded to outstanding and worthy young women after campus-wide competition. The Pine Party for underprivileged children is a special highlight of the Christmas season in Tri Delta. Social activities include a Founders Day Banquet, Christmas dance for Tri Deltas and their dates, Pansy Breakfast for Tri Deltas and their mothers, a Spring Formal, and an Easter Egg Hunt for children of alumnae. Many informal functions, coke parties, sing-songs, suppers, and pallet parties build sisterhood all year round. Membership in Delta Delta Delta carries with it the joy of high endeavor, the pleasure of close associations which result in lifelong friendships. As we of Tri Delta believe strongly in the goodness of fraternities and because of what Tri Delta means to us, we say, "Tri Delta is for always." 7. 3 , sr 0 S s .5 Qrunasvt DELTA DELTA DELTA Delta Delta Delta Oilicers, Left to Right: Ginny Risher, Presi- dent, Marie Thames, Marshall Ellzey, c Y Vice-President, Sharon 2 1 n S 1 Carol Thomas, Treasurer, Nancy Shirey, Recording Secretary. VG' ' ' P1 Delta Zeta Room. .agt 'm 5.44 gl f' r ex? DELTA ZET Delta Zeta Officers, Left to Right: Laura Dowdle, Treasurer, Lydia Bradshaw, Recording Secretary, Donna Carpenter, Correspond- ing Secretary, Pat Hinton, President, Susie Watts, Vice-President in Charge of Rush, Betty Beeson, Historian, Betty Grifhn, Vice- President in Charge of Pledge Training. x 'V we 140 Flower: Killarney Rose Colors: Old Rose and Vieux Green Founded: Miami University, October 24, 1902 Installed: Epsilon Mu at U.S.M., September 23, 1956 Delta Zeta fosters friendships that carry through life, develops unselfish interests in others as well as each other, helps build the individual stature of a girl so that she confidently takes her rightful place in life whether as a student, a participant in the business or professional world, or a homemaker and parent. To achieve this, emphasis is placed on scholarship, standards, activities, social amenities, philanthropies, and American citizenship. Delta Zeta sponsors the only hospital in the world for Hansens disease. Delta Zeta assists Gallaudet College, which is devoted to training young people who are deaf Delta Zeta at U. S. M. sponsors Winter Carnival, from which all funds go to charity. Delta Zetas celebrate Founder's Day with a banquet, also they have a Mother- Daughter banquet, a Christmas dance, and a Spring formal The last week of pledging is spent in Rose Week, which consists of parties, gaiety, and ceremony before the final initiation. -42" inf! 'W -r'--M Q-Half ""N 0' "-ZA' fq""" .19 Q?"'v vu -43' 0-5 ,pe 241 AZ Kathryn Allums, Elizabeth Beeson, Lydia Bradshaw, Barbara Brown, Donna Carpenter. 2. Sylvia Carroll, Claudia De Priest, Laura Dowdle, Dianne Foerster, Ann Caron. 3. jervase Goodnough, Bonnie Graves, Susan Henderson, Tina Howard, Sher- rill Johnson. 4. Mary Anne Johnston, Kathy Kasarda, Margaret Killingsworth, Pat Lott, Gloria Lowman. 5. Charlotte McMurtray, Sue Millhofer, Carol Parsons, Doris Perry, Betty Rita Peskan. 6. Kay Pickard, Linda Rickard, Carolyn Skinner, Ann Traylor, Ruth Traylor. 7. De Anna Warner, Mary Wells, Bobbye Wright. Not Pictured: Patricia Ann Barcewicz, Patricia Davis, Minetta Kay Hatley, Sandra McGill, Pat Malone, Jean Overby, Ruth Anota Petterson, Linda Rogers, Angela Elizabeth Smirlis, Jerry Lee Tharp, Sandra Deloris Thomas, Pa- tricia Tindell, Susie Watts, Suzanne Lee Williams. KA 1. Carol Allen, Diana Jo Bilbo, Linda Blankinship, Susan Bolen, Glenda Brewton, Barbara Brown. 2. Harley Burford, Delores Burns, Bettye Burruss, Shirley Carlson, Dianne Car- penter, Pam Chason. 3. Vicki Coles, Donna Cotita, Bonnie Dale, Elnor Davis, Caroline Dean, Charlotte Elam. 4. Gail Escobedo, Donna Everett, Mary Jo Fairchild, Judy Garten, Udean Gordon, Mary Sue Havard. 5. Brenda Hayles, Gail Hill, Silvia Kea- ton, Dee Kelly, Susie Kergosien, Diana La Bay. 6. Maria La Bay, Elsie Ladner, Rebecca Leitch, Gail McCormick, Carolyn Maitre, Jeanie Mensi. 7. Jamie Murdock, Pat Nahrgang, Sherry Pelman, Sara Ann Pendlebury, Lucy Person, Cornelia Pittman. 8. Dot Poole, Bonnie Purvis, Brenda Rice, Marguerite Richmond, Sue Rus- sell, Gaye Schrock. 9. Marcia Schrock, Rebecca Seal, Claudia Simpson, Eva Sipes, Marylen Smith, Patsy Smith. 10. Martha'Stewart, Virginia Taylor, Suz- anne Waller, Jeanie Weathersby, Bev- erly Wilhite. Not Pictured: Eleanor Campbell, Elene Cobb, Alice Faye Dukes, Muriel McCarthy, Mar- garet Nan McCleskey, Cynthia Wat- lington. . Kappa Delta Room. Flower: White Rose Colors: Olive Green and Pearl White Founded: Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, October 23, 1897 Installed: Beta Sigma at U. S. M., May 14, 1949 October 23, 1897, saw the beginning of a sorority founded on friendship, truth, love, and Christian beliefs by a close knit group of four, now grown to over fifty thousand. Kappa Delta teaches that friendship best expresses itself in sewice. This is exemplified on a local level by a Christmas party for needy children, visits to the Home for the Aged, the provision of a school lunch for an underpriviledged child, and the gift of a Thanksgiving Basket to a deserving family. There is the service in which every Kappa Delta has an interest: the support of the Cripplecl Children's Hospital at Richmond, Virginia. The social activities of Kappa Delta include a banquet honoring the pledges, the Winter formal, and the White Rose Dance. Informally Kappa Deltas meet at coke parties, slumber parties, and supper parties. The women of Kappa Delta are found in religious organizations and honorary fraternal organizations such as Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Delta Rho, Who's Who, and Dixie Darlings. Kappa Deltas are also numbered among the Homecoming Court, Beauties, ROTC Sponsors, and class oflicers. P.-...J 39' if t, fl 'll Z KAPPA DELTA Kappa Delta Officers, Left to Right: Donna Jo Everett, Secretary, Elnor Davis, Assistant Treasurer, Charlotte Elam, Membership Chairman, Gaye Schrock, Treasurer, Bonnie Purvis, V1ce-Pres1- d n' Bett e Burruss, Editor, Bonnie Dale, President. 9 J Y .W ,.,: 2 -1 Phi Mu Room. Sig I time PHI MU Phi Mu OHicers, Left to Right: Carolyn Hodges, Secretary, Caro- lyn Cox, President, Sharon Canfield, Treasurer, Nan Latimer, Pledge Trainer. Not Pictured: jerry Ann Whinnery, Vice-President. Q wifi f of . I. , 1,1 I Flower: Enchantress Carnation Colors: Rose and White Founded: Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, March 4, 1852 Installed: Alpha Omicron Chapter at U. S. M., March 25, 1950 The letters Phi Mu were adopted to symbolize the Philomathean secret motto when, in 1900, the Philo- mathean Society took the first step toward becoming a greek letter fratemity. A philomathean Hour is observed once a month by having a cultural meeting with speakers from various fields to present the programs. A significant line in the Creed of Phi Mu is, "To lend to those less fortunate a helping hand." Alpha Omicron Chapter of Phi Mu emphasizes this in many ways, one of the most important being the service projects engaged in each month. There are many highlights in a Phi Mu's year: a pledge banquet, a Christmas dance, a Valentine's banquet, a Mother-Daughter banquet, the Spring formal, and numerous other parties. Phi Mus are not only interested in the activities of Phi Mu but in the activities of the campus as a whole. They enter these activities whole-heartedly and with the idea of a common goal for all to make the University of Southern Mississippi bigger and better in the days to come. CDM 1. Nancy Allen, Sandra Broadfoot, Re- becca Ann Bryan, Carolyn Burns, Louise Byrd. 2. Lorelei Cadwell, Sharon Canfield, Carolyn Cox, Terry Cruthirds, George Ann Davis. 3. Henri Sue Dearing, Sylvia Desporte, Sissye Dill, Mary Everett, Vallie Gar- rett. 4. Dana Griffith, Lynda Hart, Nell Haynes, Carolyn Hodges, Judy Holmes. 5. Sandye Huff, Peggy Hydrick, Bettie Land, Nancy Latimer, Susan Logan. 6. Butch McDonald, Alma Murphy, Linda O'Leary, Beverly Parham, Pamela Perry, Susan Polatty. 7. Linda Robertson, Donna Ruppert, Syl- via Sabatini, Linda Shuff, Janice Sim- mons, Carolyn Smith. 8. Grace Smith, Gwen Stalnaker, Dora Stewart, Donna Van Dyke, Cherry Lynn Walters, Kay Ward. Not Pictured: Margaret Ann Addkinson, Martha Crosthwait, Elizabeth Ann Hultz, Winnie Len Ingram, Memrie john- son, Carol Kessell, Glenda Lee Mc- Carth, Holley Matthews, Lynne Over- by, Susan Risher, Connie Shivers, Jerry Ann Whinnery, Susan Wilson. HBCD 1. Sandra Baker, Barbara W. Bilbo, Sherry Bramhall, Joy Brown, Judy Clark. 2. Cathryn Crandall, Francine Curro, Donna Edgin, Carol Fleck, Sandra Fortenbery. 3. Freddie Geiger, Evelyn Grantham, Mary Harrie, Judith Hatcher, Carol Hill. 4. Olevia Hodgin, Patricia Huntington, Jeanette King, Margaret McGraw, Barbara McKinnon. 5. Helen Murphey, Kathleen Murphey, Lynne Nash, Susan Parker, Kitty Punessen. 6. Nancy Ramsay, Patricia Salter, Cheryl Sanders, Joyce Sanders, Sandy Shelton. 7. Barbara Smith, Sara Stringer, Kaye Vandegrift. Not Pictured: Barbara Ann Bilbo, Kathryn Man- gum, Carolyn' Middleton, Carlevn Necaise, Vicki Landis, ir- Iilrl B-Q 1 if T V , W-.v-Way.. ...a in .,... .. A 4 . P1 Beta Phi Room Flower: Wine Carnation Colors: Wine and Silver Blue Founded: April 28, 1867, Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois Installed: Mississippi Alpha at U. S. M., April 8, 1961 "Remember the Pi Phi Arrow, the colors wine and silver blue". . . These words have a special meaning to all those who wear the golden arrow of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity in the 109 chapters in the United States and Canada. The golden arrow was first worn in 1867, by 12 young women, students at Monmouth College. This arrow is the symbol of their dream of a fraternity founded on sincere friendship, service to others, personal development, and the cultivation of a noble womanhood. Today over 73,000 Pi Phis wear the arrow, ever pointed upward, over their hearts and are making the dream a reality. The members of Mississippi Alpha Chapter are upholding the ideals of the fraternity through individual, as well as chapter achievements. They have received such honors as class favorite, class oflicer, fraternity sweetheart, and Winter Carnival Queen, they have been members of Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Delta Rho, and Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. These Pi Beta Phi "angels', will always remember the Pi Phi arrow and their sisters united in the bonds of wine and silver blue. Y Pl BETA PHI Pi Beta Phi Officers, Left to Right: Joyce Sanders, President Nancy Ramsay, Corresponding Secretaryg Sara Stringer, Member ship Chairman, Judy Clark, Pledge Trainer: Cathy Crandall Treasurer, Helen Marphey, Vice-President, Carleen Necaise Scholarship Chairman. J Sigma Sigma Sigma Room. Iwi Q SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Sigma Sigma Sigma Officers, Left to Right: Howard Ann Howell, Keeper of Grades, Barbara Utsey, Recording Secretary, Jo Ann Jens, Vice-President, Andrea Bond, President, Peggy Hunter, Treasurer, Robin Woodward, Corresponding Secretary, w "4 Q 1 , t . ' ' 4 2.48 I I I r 4 4 il l I 1 . Flower: Purple Violet t 5 Colors: Royal Purple and White I Founded: April 20, 1898, Longwood College, Farmville, it Virginia , L Installed: Alpha Sigma at U, S. M., May, 1937 What is special about college years that members of Sigma Sigma Sigma share? They are years of living, working, and sharing good times with girls who are the closest of friends, truly as close as sisters. They are years of sharing one another's efforts to learn to improve and to excel, of recognizing special abilities and events, , of learning to lead and to follow. They are years I' dedicated to academic progress, to the formation of I enduring friendships, to high ideals of personal conduct 1 and service to others. Today, as we did yesterday and will tomorrow, we share the warmth and glow of Tri Sigma's sisterhood. We revere Sigma Sigma Sigma always, for our hearts are pledged. bm Wx 4,-:jf ,,4'f'!4' 4?""" 4,--4 1' 4!"""y gm yr.-.J 'QT' A ii A 5' be 'Z' dw 11006 .X bu- . w Z' M bm, J, Ive ,JMX 7-4-9 ii' .ij"' M EEZ 1. Delores Ann Allen, Janet Barker, Patsy Beaty, Patsy Berry, Dorothy Bolling. 2. Andrea Bond, Patricia Bufkin, Bar- bara Cleveland, Gwen Ferguson, Pa- tricia Gordon. 3. Ann Howell, Peggy Hunter, Jo Ann lens, Evelyn Kay Jones, Janice Jones. 4. Sarah Lowry, Gaye McQueen, Anna Mauresohn, Susie Mayfield, Margaret Moreau. 5. Teddi Movan, Sandra Myrick, joy Nelson, B. L. Olson, Zee Orgern. 6. jean Pickett, Sandra Saxon, Gaye Shaw, Barbara Utsey, Linda Ward- law. 7. Joy West, Nancy Williams. Not Pictured: Ernesra Marie Bergeron, Mary Alice Bolling, Elizabeth Kathy Boutwell, Fay Carr, Joan Clearman, Susan Clements, Billie Ann Coleman, Lynda Faye Fairley, Cheryl Ann Hutcherson, Gilda La June Lane, Teresa Ann Mc- Lemore, Frances Lynn Nelson, janet Ross Rodgers, Carol Ros, Nell Show- ers, Delana Smith, Bettie Stoddard, Sherry Thomas, Beverly Tyrone. Nancy Willis, Diane Wood, Robin Lee Woodward. -f'-.,,..Q!"s-if"i,f1mn-'fa-... -L M.. . B REPRESENTATIVES-Left to Right, Seated: George Carter, SPE, Dennis Spencer, ATO, Bob Hishon, KA, Treasurer, T. R. Brady, KA, Secretary, A. R. Falasca, KE, President, Clay Swanzy, PKT, Vice-President, Dick Barr, Advisor, Charles Pat Sanford, KE. Standing: Don Renegar, PKA, Ed Clarke, PKA, Dale Botkis, KUE, Dan Pierce, Acacia, Ronnie Young, PKT, Bill Voss, KE, Al Pitts, PKT, Allan Cooke, SPE, Gaines Haskew, Acacia, Thomas Dees, SPE, Gene Carlisle, ATO, Wayne Barron, ATO, Nick Risk, Acacia, Parliamentarian, James Schwartz, Acacia. I TERFRATER ITY COU CIL OFFICERS-Seated: President, A. R. Falasca. Standing: Left to Right. Bob Hishon, Treasurer, T. R. Brady, Secretary, Clay Swanzy, Vice-President. 3 5 41 ' iq gf My i 7.50 The Interfraternity Council is composed of delegates from each of the seven fraternities on the University's campus. The council is set up to act as a governing body of the fraternities, to promote better harmony and cooperation among the fraternities, and to advance the interest of the University at all times. One of the primary duties of the IFC is to establish the rules in regard to rushing, pledging and finally initia- ting fraternity men. In establishing these rules, the IFC tries to insure fairness to the rushee as well as to each fraternity. Other services provided by the IFC are: Greek Week activities, the IFC intramural teams, and the annual IFC scholarship award. W., ' vs i Ac lr'- ,Mm , sad '- IA Faculty members attend a meeting of the IFC to discuss future programs of the University that will involve the fraternity system. Miss Bonnie Dale, who was chosen to represent the IFC as Miss Venus of 1962-1963, was also chosen Miss V-enus for the South eastern Interfratemity Council of 1962-1963. 7.5 I ,......,...... ...-..-.f,..,.....,..-ffmm.-,-.. .f,.v,,.,, ,,, ,,,,,,, -nv-"fs rv, 9--"' ,gs f , , text ....,.........a4s .MV,.wwW" -. I f f ff .ff Gffw K Za: ,S is i' Dean Grantham, IFC Advisor, browses through the Public Re- lations booklet which is recommended by the National Interfra- ternity Council. The President accepts the nomination for the first All-IFC intra- mural team from Chip McElroy, Chairman of the intramural coaches committee. 5 A- ge or E 1 bv 5 rx rs' we I T 'Q' , ,.,, X C ,ynr ,K 3 xg .x,, H? Mig, X - Q , 7 1. Richard Balius, Thomas Casey, john Castlen, Eugene Clement, Alfred Coke. 2. William Coleman, james Craig, Michael Crotwell, James Davis, Aron Dawson. 3. William Duty, Wayne Gray, Gerald Guinn, Gaines Haskew, John Hester. 4. Rolland Holcomb, Byron McMillin, Lawrence McGee, Dan Moxley, James Odom. 5. Edward Ousley, Danial Pearce, Cecil Prentice, Roscee Preibe, Crawford Robinson. 6. Nicholas Risk, Milton Smith, Rodney Smith, Lawrence Stacey, Woodrow Steiner. 7. james Schwartz. Not Pictured: Ronald Ashley, Warren Bradberry, William Elmore, John Harrington, Curtiss Landers, William Miller, Claude Pittman, Harold Troche, Wil- lizim Wiggins, james Yancy. ' 1-'t"x 4.2 6' f 4... ww vt?" lr 151 je..-.. GH J 41' S 39' rs 5 if '. ,. "V: Q. ,U f. ' "" ni in 1 R W N ! A 4' Y 2.9 a :Q M 'mixf QM? az' 'Www-14? .. , ..,,,,,, , ,, f 5 4! ff 4 i f 7 ff WV . 4 f f QW? '57 ' 2, we W SW 'f A ff ,ff t 40 fy 1 AP I President, Nick Risk, receiving Spirit Trophy award from U.S.M. President William D. McCain. Fraternity Flower: Acacia Evergreen Fratemity Colors: Black and Old Gold Traditional Founding: University of Michigan, 1904. Luther A. Smith Chapter Installed: March 5, 1961. Acacia was originally founded as a fraternity for Master Masons. Today, however, it is open to all college men who are willing to uphold Acacia principles. The name of our Fraternity, Acacia, is English for the Greek word AKAKIA, which means literally, "Everlasting Life." Acacia is built on: high scholarship, high moral principles, and full campus participation, The social activities include Pledge Swaps, Theme Parties, "Nite on the Nilej' Costume Ball, and our annual Black and Gold Formal. Acacians are active in all forms of campus activity. We are represented in varsity athletics and most of the various campus honorary and service organizations. 7. 1 x 1 1 I flffAX' -MVA n k . 'Tir AN090 M ACACIA FRATER ITY Oliicers of Acacia, Left to Right: Nick Risk, President, Gaines Haskew, Vice-President, Cecil Prentice, Treasurer, Don Soloman, Rush Chairman, James Schwartz, Secretary, Wayne Gray, Social Chairman. U G ? 92? 0532 4.-null ... A .4 ' 1 , f,,::1,,,,,, , ' . 24,-,fi g .,,.,1f-ff 1' , , ,,, I CQDQQ Home of Alpha Tau Omega. s 3 1 . ' n ,l 'i Q , 2 -. .3 .. S - 2 1 -1 l - 2 T . .. J '1' 3, ' 1 ' . l r K " '-' .Q . T3 LPI-IA T U OMEGA Officers of Alpha Tau Omega, Left to Right fBottom Rowl: Gene Carlisle, Vice-President, Wayne Barron, President, Dennis Spencer, Treasurer, CStandingj Pody Jones, Scribeg Butch Aull, Corresponding Secretary, George Owen, Reporter, Ron Hudson, Usher, Bobby Petro, Sentinel. . J 3' W I 2? . 5 Y at 'C' 154 Fratemity Flower: White Tea Rose Fraternity Colors: Sky Blue and Gold Traditional Founding: V. M. I., September 11, 1865. Installation on USM Campus: November 9, 1949. Alpha Tau Omega was founded in 1865, at Virginia Military Institute, in Richmond, Virginia. It was the first National fraternity founded following the Civil War and its aims are to bring closer harmony between the people ofthe United States. The motto is evidence of the fraternity purpose "No North, No South, No East, No West, but one great Nation heaven blestf' Epsilon Upsilon Chapter was chartered on November 9, 1949 at USM. To date there are 120 active chapters in 50 States and British Columbia. ATQ has received first place trophies this year in basketball, handball, volleyball, swimming, bowling and softballg Fraternity Homecoming house decorations and the originality trophy for its homecoming float. A TQ's hold some 54 positions in campus organizations, and have an impressive list of social events including the Viking Party, and Orchid Ball. i 1 1 I 1 1 l I 1 i r 1 5 2 1 I ATS! 1. Robert Adams, Charles Assaf, Butch Aull, Wayne Barron, james Barrow, Donald Boccia, Randy Brown. 2. Robert Brown, Charles Burdick, Mike Busby, B. R. Bush, Eddie Bush, Gerald Cable, Jim Canonica. 3. Gene Carlisle, James Commagere, Walter Conn, Thomas Crull, Wood- row Ellis, Roger Eosso, Franklin Ter- rell Everette. 4. Thomas Everette, Henry Fontanills, Michael Gilligan, Gregory Giancola, Chris Green, Robert Harger, james Hogan. 5. George Hoskin, Jr., Charles Houser, Ronald Hudson, Fant Hulsey, john A. Jones, William Koehle, Robert Lip- pelman. 6. james Main, Wayne Manley, Richard Matule, William MeCrory, Terry Mc- Elwain, Robert McLaughlin, Eric Mioton. 7. Scott Nash, John Norris, George Owen, Allan Petro, Robert Petro, Burney Pickering, William Porter. 8. Giles Powell, Robby Robinson, Bruce Rossmeyer, Larry Rule, james Rush- ing, Murray Sanderford, David Scholz. 9. Terry Silva, William Slyfield, Andrew Smith. Alfred Trautweiler, Jr.. James Sylres, Grover Therrell, Dennis Spen- cer. 10. Thomas Tyner, Bill Van Arsdall. Mark Walker. Patrice Welch. John White, Ronald Zelesnick, Wayne Zufelt. Not Pictured: Bill Anderson, Bob Arentson, jim Batchelor, Sam Bella. Ed Boatwright. Guy Burns, Tony DeFranco. George DePasquale, Mack Frey, Bill Harrison. David Kanady, joe Pellicott, joe Rush, Mickey Stewart, Ronnie Sykes. jack Tugso, John Tuso. KA 1. Jimmy Aycock, Johnny Baldwin, Ed- ward Barrett, Thomas Bass, Mike Bat- tle, Frank Bell, George Bell. 2. John Bhonn, Marcus Black, David Bohd, R. E. Bossier, Charles Boyd, Leon Braddock, T. R. Brady. 3. Neil Breckenridge, William Brindza, Fontaine Cambell, James Clark, Louis Clark, Tony Cocco, William Colson. 4. James Cox, Winnon Crosby, Douglas Crouch, Ted Crowley, James Danner, James Davis, James Dickson. 5. Pete M. Doles, Louis Elias, Rich Feye, W. Ed French, Monroe L. Frey, James R. Green, Joe Griffin. 6. Jim Hancock, T. Henderson, Henry Henington, Kenneth Hicks, Edward Hill, Robert Hishon, Joe Hunt. 7. Jerry Johnson, Larry Laurendine, Johnny Lee, Maurice Levite, Henry Lipsey, George Long, Wayne Mateer. 8. John May, Mike McMillan, Larry McWhorter, Larry Mensi, Bobby Mixon, Mervin Mize, Louie Modling. 9. Robert Morrow, Ross Munson, Doug- las Nietzel, Jerry Nobles, John O'Shields, Robert Patenotte, David Rainey. 10. James Roberts, Thomas Rodgers, Scotty Rosetti, Rodney Roontree, Percy Schwing, Don Shelton, James Shilston. ll. Michel Shumake, Gary Sinopoli, Rob- ert Slay, Richard Spencer, John Spiesberger, Tommy Spinks, Albert Dale Summral, Richard Taylor. 12. Virgil Tee, Douglas Tynes, Steve Wall, Ronnie Walters, Kirby Ward, Charles Weaver, Lawrence Wilson, Rufus Yerger. Not Pictured: David Alan, Chris Bond, Bill Green- blatt, Joe Griffan, Billy Carpenter, Lymon Hart, Harold Irby, Dewayne Martin, John Mason, Mickey Mensi, Albert Patterson, Butch Palazzo, Roy Saux, Kennith Smith, Steve Spatfora, Gene Vincent, Roger Weekly, Monroe Wright. ' I - .QIV I Q .uwaMwgwwMWWWes, . 1 -dxf-fszeeaeizdefgnex-1-r 1-2 gf-11 .M y --'f , 1 .ii '75fi"'5-:"E"2'5'if:"15fv 1? 1 fsifff -A E ,. if-zefefif 1: .01-reg- eff, 1' i ' F 5' u 3 'P S E:2:Z5:"2'-f.:"-1-1-22?- z,1 ,.,,g..'g 1 ' it M" UllEEf2r'T2:E?Eg f.ff.3:,2'5QL5:'::-'E ' if , 4-:'-'Li's'..:"-2-c-:-2.2-P.:'a"J-. 4-rs-,,-5, I I 1 'V if 'i m 'fi ' "W ,,r,, . .. ,5,i" ff WLT. I , ' F""'f ' ff' if-is W ' ity- V 1-www' f- ' " ' ns Sf'A'.,'f?2f4'4I5 " . -' ' '- -r . 'Z ' ' Q , f 'M f A W ...P-, Ig V, Q, ,3,,,j,g,,f.,.1e5i1ggfs,gZ,feraa.. 1. .. p.f2':'f5 WQY I . 4 , 'X 1 ' 2, 1.,,,..3 4 - - V - Home of Kappa Alpha. . ' TN' 3 0.5 NY!! if '- " , .grin " Y . 4 6? ! S Q L -' . . a 4 Flower: Crimson Rose and Magnolia Blossom. Q ' if 4 Fraternity Colors: Crimson and Old Gold Traditional Founding: December 19, 1865, at Washington and Lee University. Installation on USM Campus: january 9, 1949. The Kappa Alpha order came to USM's campus on January 9, 1949, and since that time has taken pride in growing with Southern to the top. Kappa Alpha order was founded at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. It was conceived in the heart and mind of james Ward Wood of Last River, West Virginia, then a student at Washington and Lee University. The order is Southern in the significant sense that its essential teaching is that its members shall cherish the ideal of character and perpetuate the ideal of the gentleman, of which Robert E. Lee is the perfect expression. An addition to Gamma Zeta this year was our new house mother, Mrs. Vera Perry. Mrs. Perry quickly won the love and respect of every KA. Among the social functions enjoyed by the KA's are convivium, the celebration of Robert E. Lee's birthday, Old South Ball, the untouchables party, jungle party Christmas party, Black and White Formal, and the house party in Florida. 7. KAPPA ALPHA. Officers of Kappa Alpha, Left to Right: Robert Slay, Correspond- ing Secretary, Frank Bell, President, Wayne McWhorter, Record ing Secretary, Bill Colson, Social Chairman, Larry Mensi, Door keeper, Lewis Clark, Parliamentariang Rodney Rountree, Vice President, Bob Hishon, Treasurer, Cnot picturedj. 57 I ' I ll-P KAPPA SIGMA Officers of Kappa Sigma, Left to Right: Robert Anconetani, Guard, Robert Regan, Guardg Pat Sanford, Presidentg jimmy Payne, Vice-Presidentg Wayne Cleveland, House Managerg Ber- enger Brechtel, Guardg Bill Voss, Secretary. Not Pictured: Annt-as Moses, Treasurer: and William Sterritt, Grand Master of Cere- monies. i l 1 nl U H 1-Wi, 4,154 ':,Q.,H,m '1, ,,'fg.L ., -, .W ,wgvgw-Qs -.-. '- ' jzzjjf 1 -.f.f3f..z'fy','.'L:, '55, . ,i'f"'f ' if . '-1 -. . 148 ,. , ' I -- Home of Kappa Sigma. i i I 1 1 Fraternity Flower: Lily of The Valley Fratemity Colors: Scarlet, Emerald and White Tratitional Founding: University of Virginia, December 10, 1869. Installation on USM Campus: December 11th., 1948. The Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded in the year 1400 at the University of Bologna in Italy. The small group founded at Bologna spread across Europe and grew in size and importance. The first chapter of Kappa Sigma in America was organized in 1869 at the University of Virginia. The Fraternity has grown into an organization of 135 chapters and over 85,000 living members. The goal of Kappa Sigma is to aid in developing the potential and interest of each of its members while they are in college. Naturally. scholarship is first. Behind scholarship, but not of minor importance, are the things that a good fraternity also stresses: Intramural sports, campus activities, social events, and many other college interests. These are the worthwhile activities that Kappa Sigma emphasizes and are the components of a well-rounded campus career. K2 1. Robert Anconetani, Michael Barry, Charles Bobo, Dale Botkis, Kenneth Bruce, Mike Cappaert, 2. Wayne Cleveland, Michael D'Amico, Anthony Delhomme, Richard DeStaf- fany, Angelo Falasca, Vic Fava. 3. Louis Ferrari, Greg Fox, Paul Gar- verich, Mike Gaston, William Gump. Fred Hayslett. 4. Thomas Hill, Eudoro Iturbe, Lamar Jackson, William Kahlstorf, Thomas Kirkland, Walter Koonce. 5. Ross Ladart, Marcus Lollar. William Mason, James McElroy, Robert Mc- Invale, John McMannis. 6. Alan Meador, jim Moore, Corley Morse, Anneas Moses, Randolph Pat- ton, jimmy Payne. 7. Gordon Pollock, james Poole. Robert Possenti, Robert Regan. Terry Regan, jack Richmond. 8. Pat Sanford, Luke Schissel, Peter Sciarabba, James Shanholtz, George Sherrill, Robert Simpson. 9. Jack Stephens, Don Tannehill, Wil- liam Voss. Steve Wood. Robert Young, Patrick Zimlich. Not Pictured: james Applewhite, John Bowling. Berenger Brechtel, john Brechtel. Doug Bobo, Chuck Cartwright, Fred Copley, Moe Curtis, Anthony DiFata, jim Dunn, Bill Elliot, Bob Erhart. Larry Fornea, Joe Grubar, Sammy Guercio, Walter Hamilton. Robert Hartfield, Larry Horn, Ken Johnson. Dick Lankford, joe Mason, John Mc- Manus, Jim Merritt, Charles Ponder, Henry Robson, Joe Scarpa, Roy Spensor, William Sterritt, Charles Webb. CDKT 1. James Allen, Tommy Amos, Allen Bizzell, Errol Bradley, William Brit- ton, John Broadus. 2. Theodore Burke, Buie Bostic, Donald Cherry, Ralph Cochran, John Cole- man, Leslie Cottle. 3. Harold Dunlavy, Burton Fite, Lennon Graham, James Grogan, Darius Hall, Kennith Hodges. 4. Robert johnson, Charles Keith, Ike LaFleur, George Mathay, Charles Mc- Lean, Daniel McQuagge. 5. Dewey Miller, Bill Parsons, Jerry Perkins, Al Pitts, Peter Quave, Jerry Roseberry. 6. jonny Sassone, William Saxon, Mack Spence, Gale Smith, Leroy Smith, Eugene Stanley. 7. Charles Stevens, Daniel Sundstrom, Clay Swanzy, john Terrell, jimmy Thomas, Carl Tuzzolizo. 8. George Waddell, Billy Walker, Wil- liam Waker, Jimmy Wells, Robert Wines, Walter Yates. 9. George Young, Ronnie Young. Not Pictured: Douglas Burkett, jimmy Cooper, james Davis, William Growdy, Larry Guest, Donald Fairley, Larry Howell, George Hurst, Phil Lenoir, Douglas Magee, Gene Massey, William Nolfe, Paul Oats, Bubba Prothro, Paul Reyn- olds, George Rodman, III, Ronald Symank, Charles Waites, Orville Wil- lmrnron, 53 we Home of Phi Kappa Tau. Fraternity Flower: Red Carnation Fratemity Colors: Red and Old Gold Traditional Founding: Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1906. Installation on U.S.M. Campus: October 15, 1948. Beta Epsilon of Phi Kappa Tau was founded on October 15, 1948, as the University of Southern Mississippi's first National Fraternity. The Phi Taus are known for their leadership and participation in campus activities, Student Government, Student Court, Student Printz, Class Officers, Professional and Honorary Fratemities, service clubs, Varsity Football, baseball, and tennis. A first place trophy for Chi Omega Songfest and a co-first place for Greek Carnival Day have made the trophy collection complete after placing in all competition. The Phi Taus also rank high above the all men's average in scholarship. The Phi Tau social activities are an outstanding phase of campus activity with their annual French Quarter Party, Lost Weekend, House Party, and Red Carnation Ball. The Phi Taus are fortunate for having Mrs. Grace Magee as Housemother who truly fulfills the need for a "Mom" away from home. 23 ui he X. -. if ta 7.61 PHI KAPPA TAU' Oilicers of Phi Kappa Tau, Left to Right, seated: jerry Perkins, Pledge Trainer, Ronald Young, President, johnny Coleman, Sef- retaryg Danny McQuagge, Treasurer. Second Row: George Mra- hathy, Chaplain, Billy Walker, Sgt. at Armsg Charles Keith, Soclal Chairman, Kenny Hodges, Intramural Chairman, George Young. House Manager. .wlfl 1 'Z'5, .M . fi .V,,,, I - -- 3 ,fs-f--A -'sau' - 1 , T of Pi Kapil: my in 1 in N 3' .7 www ,ff .fix .L - -V , P1 KAPPA ALPHA. Officers of Pi Kappa Alpha, Left to Right: Don Renegar, Vice- Presidentg Ed Clarke, Presidentg Corkie Lyle, Secretaryg jimmy Bloodworth, House Managerg Nolan Brook, Treasurerg Tom Dud- ley, Pledgemaster. 1 ' 1:11 V 1 I" AL.. Vv" IWW' wi' N 1 'Ml 'T 1 ., if wa? T 2.62. Fratemity Flower: Lily of the Valley Fratemity Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Traditional Founding: University of Virginia, March 1, 1868. Installation on U.S.M. Campus: December 10, 1949. Delta Mu Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was installed on the University of Southern lxlississippi campus on December 10, 1949. At present, there are over 125 Pi Kappa Alpha Chapters in the United States and over 65,000 living members. Pi Kappa Alpha is a social fraternity and therefore the calendar is filled with social events. In the fall quarter, i. parties are held at the fraternity house following the Southernefs home football games. The winter quarter Ends infomual get-togethers and pledge swaps with the eight national sororities on campus. The spring quarter is by far the most social time of the year. The Pikes host such events as the cave man costume party, annual Roman party, the Pi week, and the annual dream girl formal, at which time the new dream girl of the Chapter is announced. Pikes are diversified and therefore many hold memberships in various professional fraternities, as well as membership ranging from religious organizations to collegiate athletics. L IIKA 1. William Allbritton, Mike Ball, Harold Barnes, William Bates, Bo Biggs, james Bloodworth. 2. Guy Bowering, James Bowers, Olen Brewer, Nolan Brook, Gerald Chrest- man, Charles Clarke. 3. Larry Coffey, W. O, Coussens. Thomas Dudley, Lionel Farris, Ricky Forte, William Grist. 4. Wayne Hart, William Herd, Jerome Hersh. joe Hess, jimmy Hodo, Allen Holder. 5. James Holder, Tom Hunger, Glen Kinzey, Carey Klotz, R. E. Lawson, john Little. 6. Eric Lovette, Corkie Lyle, B. J. Mar- dis, Linus Martin, James McCaslin. Douglas Myers. 7. William Nelson, Arne Norbom, Jerry Novak, Bill Owen, Larry Patterson, Robert Penn. 8. Jerry Pogue, joe Purviance, Don Renegar, Patrick Sheehan, Dale Stew- art, Charles Sullivan. 9. William Taylor, Dave Trammel, Kenneth Trimble, Jerome Tujaque, John Waggoner, Earl Ward. Not Pictured: Bill Bexley, Mat Brown, Vane Car- roll, Jackie Collins, Bobby Darrah, Bryon Humphrey, Ric jones, Garrett McBryde, joe Neely, Tommy Nance. Tom Parker, Ken Pearl, Victor Pur- vis, Riley Redd, Harold Tillman, Dave Wester-Held, Skip Wilson. CDE l. Ken Allen. Larry Ason, William Cambell, George Carter, Charles Daley. 2. Thomas Deas, Bill Delzell, Frank Dethloff, James Dunaway, Ben Dyk- man. 3. jerry Evans, Jerry Goff, Thomas Hairston, Larry Hatten, Thomas Heintz. 4. Wallace Hill, Douglas Hinson, Alan Hook, William Hudson, Lloyd Kem- brough. 5. john Kirk, Charles Langley, Ron Mage, Howard McGee, Nelson Moak. 6. John Morrow, Javier Mucarzel, Ken Nelson, Gary Parnham, john Pearson, Tommy Peebles. 7. William Peebles, Tom Philips, Wil- fred Radler, joseph Scarborough, Al- fred Snelgrove, james Taylor. 8. Robert Taylor, Robert Wallace, Roy Weindell, Lewis Wells, Ronald Whit- aker, Charles Zanichelli. Not Pictured: Alan Coak, jerry Harrison, Dana Garren, Dennis Jerome, Ralph Mogel, Victor Stamey, Dave Thomas, johnny Walker. ig.-I wi f"" w:":V Ki ""' X .69 A-'ei X , 4, -' . sf 5 5 i ff- ft -- 9' 3' CII? Home of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Fratemity Flower: Violet and American Beauty Rose Fratemity Colors: Red and Purple Traditional Founding: Richmond College, November 1, 1901. Installation on U.S.M. Campus: May 16, 1953. Sigma Phi Epsilon became a reality on the Southern campus only ten years ago, on May 16, 1953, and since this time Sig Ep has gained eminent respect and recognition for their adherence to national traditions, their loyalty to the school, their active participation in campus activities, their service projects fthe most important of which is the Annual Heart Fund Campaign in which the Sig Eps earn the name "The fraternity with the heart"j, and their acceptance of only high ideals. The new 375,000 fraternity house stands exemplificative of Sig Ep growth on the University of Southern Mississippi campus, and it stands as a symbol of true reality for the new era into which Sigma Phi Epsilon has entered. Honorary members and alumni of Sigma Phi Epsilon on the University campus include: jack D. Munn, Dr. Charles A. Payne, Coach Fred Lewis, and Paul F. Weisend. 41? 7. cm-'M f SIGMA PHI EPSILCN Officers of Sigma Phi Epsilon, Left to Right: William Peebles, Treasurer, Alan Cook, President, Robert Taylor, Secretary. Not Pictured: johnny Pearson, Vice-President, Tom Hemtz, Historian. 1 1 f 1 X ' 1 Q in af ' in "9l l 'a f ., A' 5 ,, W..,...f.-4a.ms ,, i 2 it , 2 "M NN'-'K -- 3 Mf-wmuvdaswr-an .,,,,f, .WN 'vvf 2 V ,Jygg gh fgy Q2 3' , 1:4 f .1 ff H em l 'X -bf ' f 'lf-nk' " ,, -' f Kg ,Q ? xiw .1.. - Y u-rv . K H pg. 4 'H , ' ,, W ,. W 1 M '- M , 1 f"' :- I, X fl : -seq SERVICE To serve our University in each phase of endeavor -academic, social, and religious-through par- ticipation is the responsibility of the Service organizations. A student who takes an active part in one or more of these organizations prepares for better citizenship and leadership by learning to work, play, and plan together for worthwhile projects. F3 15 'UN MARTHA BOONE COOPER Editor ..-4---sr-21 ' .-g-ul-ill' J he AMY SMITH Associate Editor SHARON SHIREY Associate Fflitor X t - 1"-wt., 'WF 'VT ,.. 'Q' BILL VOSS Associate Editor ANGELO FALASCO Associate Editor 168 1963 SOUTI-IER ER ED CLARKE Business Manager IB ,ls il , 1 w vs'i'g'! gg ir lf ' :ia 3 gi' 'sa -N ul f- .i- aff 4 , gi 5 " if , I' 'J : 5, wr -3, " 2 'N ll Ig: 77 an-A U5 lil r 1 .':'- i 3. Q I. :. J. i s 3 Q iff' nf, 1-" A 1963 YEARBOOK STAFF MARTHA BOONE COOPER ........................ Editor ED CLARKE ............................ Business Manager AMY SMITH ...... Associate Editor in charge of Service Section SHARON SHIREY .............. Associate Editor in charge of Feature Section BILL VOSS ...... Associate Editor in charge of College Section ANGELO FALASCO ............ Associate Editor in charge of Spirit Section CARL RUEHMER . .. ...Art Editor and Associate Editor of Activities DALE BOTKIS . .. ...Associate Editor of Activities SYLVIA FENN .................. Associate Editor of Activities TERRY REGAN .......................... Fraternity Editor CAROLYN KAY THOMPSON .... Sorority Editor KAY PICKENS ............. ..... B eauty Editor GLENDA BRUTON . .. ..... Feature Editor NANCY SCHUTT .. ..... Spirit Editor STEVE WOOD ........ . . . . .... Sports Editor BARBARA THOMSON ...................... College Editor STAFF: Judy Jackson, Helen Jackson, Grace Smith, Linda Stephens, Sharon Woolum, Linda Forman, Dodie Stewart, Bill Kahlstorf, Ann Lieb, Cha.rlyne Costly, Ruby Vaught. BUSINESS STAFF: Ginger Pringle, Billy Bowers, Margie Davis. .. QW, S S2 EDITORS Kay Pickens, Terry Regan, Glenda Bruton, Caro- lyn Kay Thompson. EDITORS 5, Nancy Schutt, Steve Wood, Barbara Thomson. STAFF WORKERS Lynda Forman, Shirley Morton, Bill Kahl- storf, Ann Lieb, Charlyne Costley, Ruby Vaught. p.. 'fkdv BUSINESS STAFF Ginger Pringle, Billy Bowers, Margie Davis. I IVE.. B. , M, ff .., . - ig, S 'ex 'rf 'G' .'!"Q-1' A Zi, . , 'F Ji A .-if get f af ,Q ia .,,, if Q, . 'A -ng.: .,,. , . Emu an ' "" T"----.. 7,9 "rw, -V "M-'W , - W. 3, ,M gi, ,Z .1 I Fir? ,fx ,' ,jpg , . ,, ' ACTIVITIES EDITORS Carl Ruehmer, Dale Botkis, Sylvia Fenn. SOUTHER ER STAFF STAFF WORKERS judy Jackson, Helen Jackson, Grace Smith. Linda Stephens, Sharon lNoolum. 8 5,53 gi v ,E 5 B , I Q il, Q EQ . -'QL -X "iT er . i r up-J 'K E 1 lj e V Nt' ' Tw' '---, z"L+'f1 ff, ritlffi L11 Oval I we 1' aVY ,Yr QI: . l 95 " ,011 14:13 ,nz :M . Wy-if f TOMMY NANCE Executive Editor THE STUDE T PRINTZ The Stzzrlvrzt Print: is a completely student operated newspaper from copy paper to news stand. It serves as a training ground for more than 50 journalism students. In its basic function the Print: operates with four depart- J nit-ntssEditorial, Advertising. Photography, and Printing. Srurlrrit Print: stafliers are traditionally proud of the factual and responsible quality attained in their uncensored A i press. Full scholarships for Five to eight students are avail- , able each vcar on the paper. In addition partial scholar- I , ships for work on the editorial and business staffs are provided for ten or twelve others. Serving as the news and publicity nicclia of the university, the Print: is outstanding among contemporary journals. l I EDITORIAL STAFF TOMMY NANCE .......................... Executive Editor JEAN RODGERS ...... .... B usiness Manager CLEMMER SLATON .. .... Managing Editor BOB ROULE ........ .... A ssistant Editor CLAY SWANZY ...... ..... N ewj Edifgy EDWARD LEPOMA ........ News Editor JACK STARATAS . . . ....... Editorial Assistant RICHARD BOYD . . .... Entertainment Editor RETTA JUSTICE ..... ....... S ociety Editor BURLIAN WALKER . .. .. .Feature Editor MEYER ANTHONY .... ..... S ports Editor DON BOWMAN ....... ....... A rt Editor FRANK W. BUCKLEY . .. .... Faculty Advisor RICHARD H. LOGAN .. . .... Faculty Advisor Top: JEAN RODGERS, Business Manager Bottom: CLEMMER SLATON, Managing Editor -i V, .., if Q 1-9-Q' sp, 'Q X QQQ RVN! K ix sa? . is TX um N L1 J -2 ii.. -T i x -A 'N ,WML EDITORIAL STAFF First Row: Richard Logan, Edward Lepornu, Rctta tice, Burlian Wulkr-r, Mn-ye-r Anthony, Frank Bufklcy, Second Row: Don Bownnm. Clay Swunzy, Bob Roulr-. Richard Boyd, Jzxfk Stratus. STUDENT PRINTZ STAFF REPORTERS X77 , 5, f I 1 3, MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY UNION ACTIVITIES BOARD OFFICERS OF THE BOARD-Left to Right: Noelle Jeffcoat, Secretary, Ed Clarke, Vice-President, Barbara Utsey, President, Hazel Jennings. Regional Coordinator. EHR 5 my cfm! 172. IVERSITY U IO ACTIVITIES t. The University Union Activities is composed of students who are interested in developing, promoting, planning, and carrying out activities and events which add to the social life of the students on the campus. During the 1962-63 school year, the University Union has sponsored numerous activities in hopes that it has held something that every student at Southern has participated in and enjoyed. The various activities include juke-box dances, patio parties, hay-rides, tournaments, and various movies, which are shown every other week. '27 Nei? SCOPE VI KEYNOTE SPEAKERS FROM LAST YEAR'S SCOPE V-Left to Right: Ambassador Morrison, Dr. McCain, Ambassador Timberlake. I l Roundtable Discussion Group of Scope V. l I l i, R . EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF SCOPE VI4Left to Right: Ginny Risher, Planningg Bill Voss, Program, Carolyn Ladner, Secretariatg Gail Hill, Publications, Ronald Bell, Chairmang Mr. W. E. Kirkpatrick, Advisorg Dr, J. R. Switzer, Advisorg Horace Dickerson, Finance and Housing. Not Pictured: Keith Cobb, Vice Chairman, Brooks Neff, Arrangements: Steve Wood, Publicity. The Student Conference on Paramount Events is an annual activity on Southern Mississippi campus. The con- ference is an informal seminar dealing with prominent national and international problems. SCOPE VI deals specifically with "The Space Age, Its Implications for the Futuref' It is an attempt to grasp the problems rather than solve them and a long-range effort to promote re- sponsible citizenship. Fifteen colleges and universities, eight junior colleges. and sixteen high schools were invited to participate in SCOPE VI. 5? 'l A 4 ki 2 'J- THE ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA FRATERNITY OFFICERS-Garlane Howell, Secretary and Treasurerg Jimmie Howell, President: Wynn Alexander, Vice-President. 7-74 9 ALPH EPSILO ALPI-I The purposes of Alpha Epsilon Alpha are threefold: Profcxsidhal-to understand better the professional re- quirements, ethics, laws, and regulations governing the practice of Accounting, for the protection of our future employers and clients, the protection and promotion of the profession of Accountancy: the protection of ourselves as representatives of the profession, and proper application of Accounting principles to the problems that we are to face in the future, as is demanded by the current situation of the economic, business and governmental world. Sclzolaxlic-to apply the opportunities that are now oflered us, and to the betterment of ourselves and our society through efforts to deserve the three ideals of this fraternity, which are Integrity, Merit, and Diligence. Social-to strive toward helping our fellow student in making a contribution to society through personal self- improvement. The Business Fraternity Council was organized to coordinate the various business fraternities and to strengthen the Business School. The Council consists of two representatives from Delta Sigma Pi, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Pi Omega Pi, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Rho Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Alpha, Phi Chi Theta, and Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment. The Business Fraternity Council was established on Southern Mis- sissippi's campus in Spring Quarter, 1962. .?a"'E J- ittr g ,treat ,ggi iiiyf an Z 4 I E k? 2 mt, FRATER ITY 552 it 1. A Ea COUNCIL , Seated,.Left to Right: Gaye Schrock, Carolyn Ladner, Secretary, Anita Gilbert, Treasurer, Lamar Jackson, President, Earl McNeely, Vice- Presidentg Cara Lee Grindle, Becky Phillips. Standing: Bobby Lippelman, Ned Travis, James Lapoint, Cecil Allegrezza, James Selby, Billy Smith, Darius Hall. Not Pictured: Mr. Paul Weisend, Advisor. YlNZ??995i'P!S g . 'ii 2 I, 5 in - U 5 :swag J T ' K I ,K rf if E 541 5 s-rj ' is 9 1 'rt S ' . 1 ra.. me 5 n if ,,, 5 f F " N , Q A' K . J Y fm? 'Q CQ? 1 KW The Society for Advancement of Management, the recognized national pro- fessional organization of managers in industry, commerce, government and education, and the pioneer in management philosophy, has been dedicated to the advancement of management and of management men since 1912 when the original Taylor Society was established. There are 190 Chapters operating in leading colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. The aim of SAM is the develop- ment of human resources, Providing business with a better product to train, mold, and refine to meet its needs, is the goal of the University Division. 7-75 ADVANCEME T OF MANAGEMENT MEMBERS-Front Row, Left to Right: Bobby Petro, M. P. Wehling, Faculty, Mar- tin Stegenga, Faculty, Jerry Hall, William DuKate, Carlon B. Acuff, Bill Lynam, Thomas W. Dudley, Rector R. Hardin. Wilson Ellis, Carolyn Jossey, Robert Lip- pelman. Back Row: Horace A. Buras, Jr.. Robert J. Robinson, Jerry Pogue, Joe C. Hess, Ruble Walker, Larry Montgomery, Glen Kinzey, James L. Bloodworth, Richard Glover, Charles Brumlield, Lonnie D. Lard. Billy E. Walker, H. L. Eubanks, Jr., Lamar Jackson, Jerry W. Lott, Charles E. Bobo, Frank D. Brown, Donald L. Hiebert. Gordon Hicks, Jr., Larry Rule, John M. Rogers, Sammy S. Rhodes, Ronnie R. War- ren, George W. Odom, Jack L. Foil. OFFICERS CARL ACUFF ............... President BILL LYMAN ........ Ist Vice-President THOMAS DUDLEY ..2nd Vice-President JERRY HALL ..... ......... S ecretary BILL DUKATE .... .... T reasurer Alpha Psi Omega is the largest national honorary dramatics fratemity in the world. The Lambda Nu cast was formed on Southern's campus in 1949. Alpha Psi Omega strives to stimulate interest in college drama and secure for the college all the advantages and mutual helpfulness provided by an honorary fraternity. By electing students to membership on the basis of their participation, it secures a reward for their efforts in college productions. The fraternity colors are amber and moonlight blue. The Hower is the iris. ALPHA PSI OMEGA Front Row, Left to Right: Gilbert F. Hart- wig, Faculty Advisor, Page Jones, Presi- dentg Sarah Crew, Secretary, Richard Strahan, Business Manager, Robert M. Treser, Faculty Advisor. Second Row: An- drew Smith, Mary Ellen Baird, Carole Hill, Don Hood, Nikki Rothschild, Stanford Gwin, Charlotte Gwin, Patricia Hays. SCUTHER PLAYERS OFFICERS-Front Row, Left to Right: Sarah Crews, Master of Apprenticesg Nikki Rothschild, Treasurer, Richard Strahan, President, Carole Hill, Secretary. Southern Players was organized in 1957 to provide a working organi- zation for those students who are interested in all phases of the theatre. Through its Annual Touring Children's Plays, Southern Players have introduced live theatre to thousands of children in southern Mississippi and southeastern Louisiana. Each year, Southern Players present a children's play, three major productions, and 'a series of workshop productions. .In the past, Southern Players have worked in conjunction with the other departments on the campus to produce the All-Campus Musical. 176 BETA BETA BETA The Beta Chi Chapter of Beta Beta Beta at Southern Mississippi is a society for students of the biological sciences. It seeks to encourage scholarly attainment in this Held of learning by reserving its membership for those who achieve superior academic records and who indicate special aptitude for the subject of biology. It desires to cultivate intellectual interest in the natural sciences and to promote a better appreciation of the value of biological study. Beta Beta Beta emphasizes a threefold program: stimu- lation of sound scholarship, dissemination of scientific knowledge, and promotion of biological research. This- organization is an affiliated society of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. -W., . L 1 1 V 1 E ng .,-A ii I -1-rn ,W-f l P BETA BETA BETA FRATERNITY. OFFICERS-Left to Right: Edgar A. Hughes, Historian, Sara Jean Johnson, Secretary, Franklin D. Brewer, Presidentg Richard L. Adkins, Vice-President, William F. Moore, Treasurer, Goronwy Owen III, Parliamentarian. Not Pictured: Dr. Benjamen Q. Ward, Advisor. A' E i 15 W gr www K E :as l g r 3 I 'lil g 1 ' igcfg Q 7 N i V f 1 xg y 1 g gs is ,V X 5 Al , ir... 7-77 , 3, L i Q M, , A ,.- - ' fi i' i f Hi ' I IH 15 Ffg 5 6 "5 nv- 'ff .. gr il 'I' Q Q IWLQ, f, 'Eye ' I 4 ,an laik, We M 3 mf 1 I l H ..t as a- - an U., 4 ! ' I3-,argl 2,2 Q- jL ,gig -D C ,N 'ia A.-1 . L A t ,,..i eau ra. DELTA SIGMA PI FRATERNITY. OFFICERS-Front Row, Left to Right: Jimmie Howell, Treasurer, Charles Brumheld, Secretary, Keith Cobb, President, Darius Hall, First Vice-President. Second Row: Tom Dudley, 'Second Vice- Presidt-ntg Bobby Bishop, Chancellorg Clifton Hoke, Historian. X l DELTA SIGMA PI Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities, to encourage scholarship, social activity, and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice, to promote a closer afiiliation between the commercial world and students of commerceg and to further a higher understanding of commercial welfare of their community. Gamma Tau Chapter was founded December 9, 1950, in E 2 at Southern Mississippi in the School of Commerce and Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi makes quarterly Held trips to interesting points in the business world, con- ducts professional meetings highlighted by many promi- nent speakers, and takes an active interest in campus activities. VIVIAN RUSHING, Delta Sigma Rose Nil Mu Phi Epsilon is a national professional music sorority found on the campus of thc leading colleges and universities of the United States. Membership is limited to graduate and undergraduate students majoring or minoring in music. Selection is based on scholarship, musicianship, character, and personality. The purposes are: advancement of music in America, promotion of musicianship and scholarship, and serving of the Alma Mater. The sorority also contributes to work in music therapy, music for the blind, and music education around the world. U PHI EPSILO MEMBERS+Seated, Left to Right: Trijetta Gib- son, Alumnae Secretary, Vincentine Piazza, Treasurer, George Fillingham, President, Becky Cagle, Vice-President, Ruth Pylate, Correspond- ing Secretary. Standing: Mary Harris, Anita Clair McRae, Becky Leitch, Carol Allen, Judy East, Pansey Martin, Annette Innmen, Helen Murphy. PHI ALPHA SINFCNIA MEMBERS OF THE FRATERNITY. OFFICERS DAVID HORTON ............ President MORRIS SWEATT ....... Vice-President SHERMAN HONG . .. ...... Secretary Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America is a national honorary music fraternity. The Eta Phi Chapter was installed at Southern Mississippi in May of. 1951. The purposes of Phi Mu Alpha are to advance the cause of JOEL HENSON ....... ...O T ,,,a5u,,,, music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students MICHAEL BURSON .-.,,,,,,, Hijtorian of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to JQHN ANTHQNY , ,,,,,,,,,,,, warden 6flCOLlI'agC loyalty to the Alma Maier. CHARLES MOON .... Alumnae Secretary 7-79 .f MEMBERS OF KAPPA DELTA PI. OFFICERS-Bottom, Left to Right: Mrs. Willie Earl Cooley, Treasurer, Mary Catherine Busby, Secretary, Rosalie Kresteel, Historian-Recorder. Top: Fred E. Robbins, President, Dr. R. G. Biglow, Faculty Advisor, William Sterritt, jr., Vice-President. 180 YJ KAPPA DELTA PI Kappa Delta Pi, an honorary society in the field of edu- cation. stresses high professional, intellectual, and personal standards. Members represent the finest students who plan to pursue the field of education as a vocation. From nominations submitted by members, faculty, and campus leaders, students who meet the high scholastic and pro- fessional requirements of Kappa Delta Pi are invited for membership. Founded at the University of Illinois, Kappa Delta Pi has developed a large honorary society. Theta Gamma chapter was installed at Southern Mississippi on May 28, 1954, and has attempted to encourage high professional, intellectual, and personal standards among members and the campus, by presenting programs, dealing with pro- fessionalism in education, service projects, and an incen- tive to excel in education. Phi Alpha Theta, honorary history organization, was established at Southern Mississippi on February 1, 1962. This national fraternity has more than 130 chapters all over the United States. Members of Phi Alpha Theta are required to have a major in history with a 3.1 grade point average in 28 hours of history. An overall average of 2.75 is required for membership. The purpose of the organization is to further the interest and study of history, and monthly meetings are held with faculty, students or visitors presenting the program. To become a member of Phi Alpha Theta is the highest award a student in the field of history can receive. PHI ALPHA THETA MEMBERS-Seated, Left to Right: Paul Black, Vice-President, Ginny Risher, President, Gail Hill, Secretary, Elnor Davis, Historian, Jack Rogers, Treasurer. Standing: Dr. Treadwell Davis, Dr. William Tuchak, Dr. John Gonzales, Dr. Arthur DeRosier, Dr. Robert Brent, Sylvia Carroll, John Robey, Dr. Leon Wilber, Robert Girard, Duris Speights. u 241- I t.14Ai The Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society is an organization sponsored by the Chemistry department and open to all students majoring in Chemistry. The Student Affiliates provides the student with information about oppor- tunities in Chemistry through the programs and publications of the American Chemical Society. It also gives the student experience of being aiiiliated with a national organization while still in school and promotes pride in his chosen field. 181 AMERICAN CHEMICAL ASSCCIATIO MEMBERS-Seated, Left to Right: Dr. Charles R. Brent, Advisor, Steve W. Brack- ins, Secretary and Treasurer, Nomia Carol Tucker, President, O. Darrell Smith, En- listment Chairman, Larry Pugh, Reporter. Standing: 'Gerald C. Guinn, Lenora Craig, Wendell Traylor, Arlon Widder, ,Homer Clyde Odom, jr., Kathy Fitzhugh, Mitchell Hans-gan. Q . Ki! The International Relations Club was organized to strengthen Inter- national relations through cultural and social activities, to provide better understanding between International students in order to create a friendly atmosphere among the people of different nations, and to pro- vide information about the facts and events pertaining to International affairs through the use of panel discussions, informal meetings, and publicity. Other objectives include promoting social activities among the students in the University and encouraging contacts, travel, and language study among students. The IRC, in its second year of activity, was founded in 1962 by Adnan Abdeen of Damascus, Syria. fy., A at 1: Q - Q, Q 1, PAN AMERICAN STUDENTS 5 ASSOCIATIO OFFICERS-Front Row, Left to Right: Glennie Jubela, Social Chairmang Barbara James, Secretary, Tom Burris, Treasurer, I Mrs. Donna Nydegger, Advisor, Javier Mucarzel, President. .,,,, - 1-A - . -4 V OFFICERS TOM BURRIS ...... BERNARD SAUCIER DORIS EARLEY .... DANIEL GRACIA . . . DR. LEON WILBER . . . . .President Vice-President . . . .Secretary . . . .Treasurer . . . . .Advisor I TER ATIO AL RELATIONS CLUB MEMBERS-Seated, Left to Right: Daniel Gracia, Jr., Glennie Jubela, Doris Earley, Kathy Simmons, Javier Mucarzel. Standing: Nicolai Linder, Adnan Abdeen, John Robey, Tom Burris, Bernard Saucier, Dr. Leon Wilber. The Pan American Students Association is a club on campus with the purpose of encouraging better relations with the students of the Latin Ameri- can Institute. Foreign students who are members live almost entirely in off-campus homes with American families in order to better learn the English language and more about American customs. The organization is composed of both foreign students and native Ameri- CHIIS. 2.87. HOME ECO OMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club, affiliated with the Missis- sippi Home Economics Association and the American Home Economics Association, is open to all students in home economics. Some of the Home Economics Club's annual activities include: a get-acquainted party, Latin- American party, Career Day Booth, Thanksgiving boxes for needy families, and a Christmas party for underprivi- leged children. Each year the Club's activities are climaxed with a Spring Banquet. The club was organized at South- ern Mississippi in 1926. The purpose of the club is to develop leadership ability, to promote professional atti- tudes and interests, to share with others the value of home economics as a profession and to encourage fellowship among students and faculty. 1 ,M 9 , , ,L A , W 'K , 'awakifi--t 1 i THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB is comprised of majors in Home Economics. OFFICERS--Linda Bentley, President, Myra Lynn Nettles, Vice- Presidentg Doris L. Nettles, Secretaryg Nelda Shows, Treasurer: Patricia Moak, Reporterg Alice Maw, Program Chairman: Carol Thomas, Student Activities Representativeg Mrs Elsie B. Chiches- ter and Ann Sigrest, Advisors. 'NSI' OFFICERS-Sherman Hong, Presidentg John M. Anthony, Vice Prcsidentg Tommy O'Neal, Secretaryg Jamie Foshee, Treasurerg Raymond G. Young, Faculty Advisor. KAPPA KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. KAPPA KAPPA PSI An honorary fraternity. Kappa Kappa Psi. is for college bandsmen operating exclusively in the field of the college band. Kappa Kappa Psi has three purposes: to honor outstanding bandsmen through privilege of membership, to foster a close relationship between college bands and to promote a high average of attainment by the perform- ance of good music and selection of worthwhile projects. AA 184 The M Club is the sports organization of the campus. It is composed ot all the varsity letter winners at Southern. The members offthe M Club endeavor to advance athletics and sportsmanship at the school. I ri 1' 1 I I AJ I Y i i f 1 MEMBERS OF THE M CLUB. """ H 4 - ,,,, 'A' - M CLUB OFFICERS-Left to Right: Billy Dixon, Historiang Jim Havard, Presidentg Harold Hays, Treasurerg Jim Barbaree, Secretaryg Nick Kolinsky, Chaplain. A The Southern Mississippi Circle K Club is not a social fraternity, but is a student service organization sponsored by the Hattiesburg Kiwanis Club. Membership in Circle K is open to any college man interested in participating actively in organized service to his college and the surrounding community and who meets certain leadership and scholastic requirements. The Circle K Club is not just an organization but a driving force developing the leader- ship for tomorrow while it creates a better college community today. 2.85 CIRCLE K MEMBERS-Seated, Left to Right: Ircel Harrison, First Vice-President: Jean Rod- gers, Sweetheart: Ronald Bell, President: Dennis Spencer, Treasurer. Standing: Bob Lippelman, Goodloe Sutton, Eric Miotone. Larry Rainey, Donald Bell, Ronnie White, Mason Frye, Secretaryg Jack Stratas, Second Vice-President. z g gm ' '- v4 . .. '---S., M . Y--s.. . in, I I . ,, t, ,. I Q Q 1.33, A ,, r F I-Q 5, .-,P "g,'. l I Qi 1-. 'I V : U: F ' 1 f. T 'T I E3 an iz i H I if.. U V nr- - N . ' . f E A z ' l I W' ,. u 5 w l ' W! 5 l I ,, 4 .r , s- 53 5- 1 Y. tt - . Q ' ' ' I .knew ll- I F d'i2,' 5- li-Elf MEMBERS OF KAPPA MU EPSILON. OFFICERS-Left to Right: William F. Moore, Vice-Presidentg Stephen Bing Wong, President: Linda Eseobedo, Secretary and Treasurer. x fx -. X ggww-vm tix.-. .ww-vw -- Y 7. 'ii' ' v:"7T'I"t"' KAPPA MU EPSILO Kappa Mu Epsilon is a society for the recognition of outstanding students in the field of mathematics. It de- velops appreciation of the power of math and furthers students' interest by helping the under-graduate realize the important role mathematics has had in the development of the western civilization. Kappa Mu Epsilon is honorary and a specific grade average is required. The main purpose of Kappa Omicron Phi, a national professional organization, is to further the best interests of Home Economics in four year colleges. Students with similar professional and vocational interests, with potentialities of leadership and scholarship attainments, and with superior personal qualities will be working and advancing together. This is realized through the requirements of a 3.25 overall average, leader- ship, and character of high standing. Those majoring in Home Eco- nomics and meeting these requirements are eligible for membership in Kappa Omicron Phi. KAPPA OMICRGN PHI KAPPA OMICRON PHI MEMBERS. Miss MYRA LYNN NETTLES ...... President MRS. DORIS L. NETTLES Um me-Pmideni I' Miss SHIRLEY WILLIAMSON .2n.d Vice-Pres. Miss PATRICIA ANN MOAK ............,. Corresponding Secretary MISS ALICE MAW ................ Treasurer MISS GALE SANDERS ...... Distaf Reporter MISS HELDA SHOWS ..... Keeper of Archives MRS. VERA BARNETT and MISS MIRIAM SMITH ........................... Sponsors P3 5 ALPHA PHI OMEGA aff fig is is MEMBERS-Seated, Left to Right: Colonel We Oats Pynes, Advisor, Doug Thomas, Presi- . dentg jack Stratas, Treasurerg Doyle Mc- Leod, Secretary. Standing: George H. Hardy, Jr., Randy Patton, Gerald Beaugez, A Gary Smith, Marvin Gregory, Jimmy Freeman, Ted Boleware, Don Nolen, Jack B. Malone. Not Pictured: George Sherrill, Vice-President. Organized in 1952, and reorganized in 1961, Alpha Phi Omega is a service fraternity dedicated to the advancement of the University through service projects. Kappa E-ta chapter is made up of outstanding male students who have a feeling of civic pride for their institution. They are dedicated to the promo- tion of democratic principles and toward the advancement of higher standards at our University. 187 RHC EPSILC Seated, Left to Right: George M. Jones, Education Director of Mississippi Real Estate Commissiong Robert Lippelman, President, Gene Carlisle, Vice-President, Lee Craig, Secretary: Jerry Hall, Sweet- heart, Rufus Yerger, Treasurer, J. Ed. Turner, Chairman Mississippi Real Estate Commission, Harrold Davis, Honorary Ad- visor. Standing: Ronnie Sykes, Leslie Graves, Ellis Coburn, William O. Miller, Ames Kergosien, Joe Purviance, Jr., Ralph Edwards, Jr., Jimmy Commagere, Robert L. Harger, Ronald Hudson, Bryce Jordan, Faculty Advisor, Paul Weisend, Faculty Advisor, Rector Hardin, District Governor, George R. Bahr. Not Pictured: Pat Welch, Doug Norris, Noelle Jeffcoat, Ronnie Davis, Eugene Riley, Cliff Hagenson. il Rho Epsilon is a professional real estate fraternity organized to unite stu- dents in real estate and realtors throughout the nation in order to advance the study of real estate. Rho Epsilon was founded on October 9, 1947. The University of Southern Mississippi chapter received its charter in 1960. Advisors of Rho Epsilon include Bryce Jordan and Paul Weisend, pro- fessors of Business Administration. Dr. Rector Hardin is District Governor of Rho Epsilon. 1 , I .LU-- L v Q. ' ' 1 "1 l- 1 5 " 4-'E 1 , asf- ' -1 i ..- f e ' M, W .5 5, Fd! g .Q Qt Eizii u EH :ei .p EI f. 1 ftp , 5 '91 a I' lvigat, l ,- -5 ! t 1 I l has: 6 Priji Y., W j gi I :N I if .1 -, 5. , , , I .5 2 5 ' I ,i p il il Hina E I 4 P 1 5. EEA! .-1-' . H I gg , 5 5 H' ,gr , ! : Jig., ' . .. , f ' :gi -' -- '54 .1 5 , V , ' J ..a. ft . Us ' . ii Flux E 'rf 3' l I u W i l I i W, ll t x w 1 1 V w il l i ,,,,,,,, . t..,I lf i l TAU BETA if SIGMA l l l 4 MEMBERS-First Row, Left to Right: Mary Ann i Martin, Treasurer, Becky Cagle, Vice-President: il Becky Leitch, President: Georgia Fillingham, Sec- T. retary. Second Row: Patsy Swindull, Lynn Nash, Pam Cooper, Dodie Stewart. Third Row: Peggy Tau Beta Sigma, National Honorary women, operates exclusively in the field of The purposes of Tau Beta Signia are to promote the existence and - welfare of the college bands, to honor out Condon, Lee Beckman, Mary Thweatt, Donna il Hogne. Fourth Row: Nancy Osborne, Mary Ann , Wells, Carol Allen, Paula Crider, Peggy Meador, H Annette Inman. ig Sorority for college Bands- il college and university bands. ,I standing women in the band p through privilege of membership, to stimulate campus leadership and respect through the medium of the college band, to foster a close rela- tionship between college bands, and to provide a pleasant social ex- perience for all engaged in college band w ork. 288 4 YELLoW JACKETS To promote the traditions and school spirit of Uni- versity of Southern Mississippi is the purpose of the Yellow Jackets. It is a group of young men united in an organi- zation formed by social fraternities and the Student Gov- ernment Association. The organization is composed of fifty outstanding sophomores plus four junior members. The president is a junior. The president and the three senior members are elected by the preceding years club. The Yellow Jackets also participate in freshman orienta- tion and act as hosts and guides for campus visitors. -A.. , ' 22" -.. Be ' I5 OFFICERS-Tommy Potter, President: Steve Wood, Vice-Presi- dent, Chuck Moon, Secretary, Junior Moses, Treasurer, Terry Regan, Parliamentariang Richard Schenk, Sergeant-at-Armsg Donna Cotita, Sweetheart, Bill Wong, Bill Bounds, Bob Mclnvale, Senior Membersg W. Rader Grantham, Advisor. Seated, Left to Right: Larry Grant, jim Hansforth, George Piazzo, Charles Porter, Donna Cotita, Tommy Potter, Steve Wood, Bing Wong, Sonny Pagano. Standing: Billy Gump, Billy Applewhite. Bill Kahlstorf, Daryl Kinnison, Mason Frye, jimmy Cox, Clemon Shoemake, Chuck Moon, Jerry Reaves, Ray Snellgrove, Bill Bounds, Powers Dunaway, Jerry Morris, Johnny Williams. Ircel Harrison, Junior Moses, Walter Hamilton, Terry Regan. A at-L' K ' ffl- V ,V ji, l' :I B I E . ai F i ig ' if 5 S s 7 5 f awe! Xi vim- I G r V, it is 'E et f ,a n Q -t 1 we S' W , as . L F sie. 1. 'Wx this ees.-.AAr"sF5- ,M 7. Qi! Cf? 'i 5 4, OFFICERS-Gaye Schrock, Acting Presidentg Anita Gilbert, Vice-President, Betty Smith, Secretary, Hazel Jennings, Treas- urer. Not Pictured: Melva Kay Stockstill, President. Seated, Left to Right: Marie Thames, Hazel Jennings, Geraldine Dixon, Linda Bush, Dorothy Thompson, Wilma Harris, Linda Miller, Carolyn Jossey. Standing: Abigail Fairchild, Alma Jean Murphy, ,Lee Craig, Inez Thornhill, Margaret Smith, Caroline Bell, Pauline McCormick, Gaye Schrock, Jackie Dickerson, Betty Smith, Carol Breakfield. janayne Robertson, Sandra Schnell. PHI CHI THETA Phi Chi Theta is a national professional fraternity for women enrolled in schools of business administration or commerce. It is an honorary organization. Phi Chi Theta was organized to promote the cause of higher business education and training for women in business careers, to foster high ideals, to encourage fraternity cooperation among women preparing for such business careers, and to stimulate the spirit of sacrifice and unselfish devotion to the attainment of such ends. Membership is obtained only through a collegiate chapter and is open to qualified students who are enrolled in the School of Business and who intend to complete the required courses and receive a degree. Egg H is " le 31365 as Ee Q is li: " ' 5 gg i M i E f 5 - "Eg V ,Q f . I I 5 i 5, gi 5 grid ' ' A 3:-sd .. xiii I E i il Pi Q sl mpgs., A s lffwii Q N i f L' I ' !,,, 3-.hd 190 w coUNsELoRs Seated: Vicki Hughes, Mississippi Hall, Milner Wise, Hattiesburg Hall, Ginny Ford, Hattiesburg Hall, Betty Smith, Hattiesburg Hall, Nancy Ellzey, Hattiesburg Hall, Amy Smith, Mississippi Hall. Standing: Barbara Dix, Mississippi Hallg Jerry Hall, Mississippi Hall, Nelda Gaines, Hick- man Hall, Becky Cagle, Hickman Hall, Sara Stringer, Hattiesburg Hall, Becky Leitch, Mis- sissippi Hall, Mrs. Carolyn Scott, Assistant Dean of Women, Gaye Schrock, Hattiesburg Hallg Nancy Hamil, Mississippi Hall. 5-g.-,,"f -EM . , :Q,4.wsE.v.u.,,,W.aM,.,.,x...oW,,,,, R ,fa--, f ag, , . f if Q yt r , ,vp K ag- if , va ,. -V I f , ,, .iv ,, , 1 I ' Y h M . rg 1 si s , . . pl AES: 'ities Q K K I X S fini Q E g I KA get ei ,E 2 X 5 1 The counselors live in the freshmen girls' dormitories to advise the girls and help them during their all-important hrst year in college. This is one of the top honors that can come to a woman student at the Uni- versity of Southern Mississippi. Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Weldy, and Mrs. Jackson, who are houscmothers in the freshmen girls, dormitories, assist the counselors in their never-ending job. 1527? ' fi PRCCTCRS, Rl-IO ETA SIGMA Seated, Left to Right: Clifford H. Haggen- sky, Secretaryg Richard Bahr. Advisor: Berengher Brechtel, Treasurer, Frank Pick- ering, Sergeant-at-Arms, Johnny Brechtel. Tony DeFranco, Pledge President. Stand- ing: William Day, Larry Hatten, Charles Daley, Charles Girard, Ken Martin, Sam Bella, Dave Scholz, Jerry Walker, Rocco Melillo, Doug Magee, John Eudy, Nick Foto, jimmy Meadows, Horace Dickerson, Jimmy Havard, Bob Anconetani. Not Pic- tured: ,Ioe Grubar. Bob Possenti. Rho Eta Sigrna, the new residence hall service fraternity, was founded on January 31, 1963, by George R, Bahr, Supervisor of Men's Housing. All the men pictured are charter members. Rho Eta Sigma was founded for its members to have an opportunity for personal development, for service to others, for individual expression, for true comradeship, and for exchange of ideas. The purpose of Rho Eta Sigma Fraternity is to serve as an organizational framework whereby its members, through individual service, can insure a better residence hall program for the residents of the school. 7.91 son. Advisor, Joe Sciortino, President: Tommy Potter, Vice-Presidentg Nick Kolin- N f?k" f-K jf Pi Omega Pi is an honorary husinesseducation fraternity. Alpha Sigma Chapter of Pi Omega Pi was organized on April 27, 1940, on the campus of Southern Mississippi. The chapter sponsors many worth- while projects, some of which include a Christmas project for a needy family, a scholarship for a deserving business education student, and assistants at High School Day. Last year Alpha Sigma chapter was ranked fourth in the National Efficiency Contest. f 1 in:gr'1'tii ,. .,. Pl OMEGA Pl MEMBERS-Seated, Left to Right: Sharon Shirey, Historian, Cara Lee Grindle, Secretary, Lucretia Bishop, Vice-President, Evelyn Ewell, Sponsorg Carolyn Sue Ladner, President: Rebecca Phillips, Treasurer: Carolyn Hodges. Standing: Colleen Whittington, Annelle Bonner, Polly Ann Carter, Linda Miller, Frances Reck, Mabel Baldwin. WOMEN'S ASSOCIATIC Seated, Left to Right: Bernice Butler, His- N toriang Jo Ann Jens, First Vice-Presidentg Betty Sue Anderson, Presidcntg Jo Ann Doherty, Treasurer. Standing: Becky Slaton, Cissy Bryant, Maxine Williamson, Alice "Red" Shivers, Doris Smith, Gaye Bond, Margie Glass, Lorelei Cadwell, Beverly Barefield, Second Vice-President, Miss Marianne Brown, Sponsor, Mrs. Etoyal nun.. Smith, Sponsor. The Women's Physical Education Association is composed of women stu- dents with a major or minor in Health and Physical Education, or Recreation. The club was organized with the purpose of advancing the standards of the profession by encouraging cooperation with state and national profes- sional associations and encouraging participation in the affairs of the na- tional, district, state, and other educatonal associations. 297. Affiliated with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Council of Education, and the Association of College Honor Societies, Alpha Epsilon Delta is an honorary pre-medical society. It stimu- lates appreciation of the importance of pre-medical education in the study of medicine. Alpha Epsilon Delta's purpose is to bind together similarly interested students. use KAPPA PI Seated, Left to Right: Patricia McGehee, Connie Jesse, Sarah Allums, Mary Ann Davis, Mildred Quarles, Nancy Farrell, LeRona Gay. Standing: Emil Langhans, Ray Broome, James Guercio, Carl R'fehmCf, Harry Ward, John Cecil Childress, Don WIISOH, Joe Perotti, T. J. Slovick, Emory P. Hammett, Bill S. Boyer. OFFICERS EMIL LANGHANS ................. President DON WILSON .......... ..... V ice-'President PATRICIA MCGEHEE . . . ....... Secretary CARL RUEHMER ..... ..... T reasurer ALPHA EPSILO DELTA MEMBERS-Seated, Left to Right: james Green, Treasurerg Harry M. Thomas, jr., Presidentg Goronwy Owen, III, Vice- Presidentg and Patsy Myrick, Secretary. Standing: Norma Carol Tucker, Doug Brewer, Joe Barnett, Doug Thomas, Jean Bounds. Not Pictured: Mr. William St. Clair, Advisor. .. wswmw ' . A X f 5 ' -Q. I 3 , Y ' 'x f . , , , 1 e 1 V 4 Kappa Pi is a national honorary art fraternity, with Alpha Alpha Rho chapter being at Southern Mississippi. Its membership is made up of art majors with a 3.00 grade point average in this field. Kappa Pi seeks to develop interest and promote love and advance- ment of art among students on college and university campuses. There are 107 chapters of Kappa Pi in the United States. VAWIN3 I' I .. u 'HB ' E "1 t Eff-Q ' p I E Zia F img ' my ns an in ,Q lt, - Ei. n l Emp 3 .,k 'i . ,ka 1 1 0' ' W' i I ' x W , . . I lill ' 2" E.- i E 19,41 i' I: -- -al PE A D SWORD OFFICERS MAJ. MARHL L. WELCH ..... President CAPT, ROBERT D. REESE ............ Vice-President MISGT, FRANK W, KUNZ ..,. Treasurer T,SGT. DAVID E, FOX ....... Secretary DR. JOHN E. GONZALES ............ Faculty Advixor MISS KATHY BROWN ,... Armed Forces Education Coordinator My Mfg-if Pen and Sword is a national fraternity organization whose membership consists of any member of the Armed Forces who is currently on extended active duty or retired status and who is attending Southern Mis- sissippi on a full-time basis. The purposes of Pen and Sword are to promote friendship and scholarship among the members and to insure a continuous exchange of ideas and information between the members. faculty. and administration. New officers are elected each quarter as new Armed Forces personnel become mem- bers. WINTER QUARTER ADDITIONS TO FRATERNITY I W' i I- -Q I 1-if N ,i 2-ez 7-94- it. ' Q Nr fs-- 'K wif.: Seated, Left to Right: Mrs. Pauline Wilson, Pulley Hall, Miss Ruby Evans, Forrest County Hall, Mrs. Eugene Barker, Relief Hostess, Mrs. LaVerne Lowe, Relief Hostess. Standing: Mrs. Aline Payne, Mississippi Hall, Mrs. Olive Odom, Jones Hall, Mrs. Olga Jackson, Hickman Hall, Mrs. Mildred Weldy, Hattiesburg Hall, Mrs. Agnes Magee, Boton Hall. DOR ITORY 'E-fav ,re ' Q E'- iz 2, Z 52 L! 53 HOUSEMOTHERS Seated, Left to Right: Mrs. Verna T. Perry, Kappa Alpha, Mrs. F R A R Y Grace Magee, Phi Kappa Tau, Mrs. Dora McCarver, Alpha Tau Omega Standing' Mrs Inus H Ouzts Sigma Phi Epsilon Mrs Reid Tyrone, Kappa Signia, Mrs. Bonnie G. Gibsdn, Pi H 0 U S E M O T H E R S Kappa Alpha. y 'iii I i.'i ..:. . "WfQ- ,cv-vu 'iv J 'Q 1 . f-'vW+Q' JQFZQ I' 45 i l The purposes of the Collegiate Civitan Club are to emphasize the advantages of the American-Canadian way of life, to promote good fellowship and high scholarship to serve on the campus and the com- munity, to provide an opportunity for leadership training through serv- ice, and to encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships. Collegiate Civitans, as "Builders of Good Citizenship," render altruistic service in building better communities. Collegiate Civitan appeals to young men of high standards and purposes. It challenges them with the broader fellowship and inspires in them the desire for a fuller and richer life. It also inspires them to work for service projects that will develop a better community. A COLLECIATE -V 1: H ga . . at o 354' ff? CIVITAN 1 COLLEGIATE CIVITAN l l 5 OFFICERS l CHARLES BRUMFII-:LD ............ President DOUGLAS MAGEE ..... .... V ice-Pferident i KEITH COBB ..... ...... T reasurer l r l , Q fx l l l Y MEMBERS-Left to Right, Front Row: ' Victor Stamey, Lt. Col. Oats A. Pynes, Professor of Military Scienceg Alfred Coke, Chapter Officer, Robert Odom, Vice-Presi- dentg James Major, Presidentg William Miller, Chapter Ofiicerg Joel Hinson, Chap- ter Officerg Dr. Arthell Kelley, Faculty Ad- 'F T U ' T ' visorg Captain Richard W. Meyer, Faculty wi Advisor. Second Row: Bryan Robins, Ron- ald Bell, Donald Bell, Cono Caranna, Wil- , , , , , , , ham Bounds' william Cheatham, william Scabbard and Bladetis a national honorary military society recognizing Eotth Chvalrles Iiowman, D9UglaS Magee. outstanding advanced ROTC students. This military society first appeared I riff flnughOggnd:l2'a24t531S'hI3Z:2iasP5?5f at Southem Mississippi in May, 1959. Since.this installation date, its pur- l Third Row: Ronald Regan, Hardie Gaston' poses have been to foster and develop ofiicer-like qualities in young men, and ld-Lvl? Niarlgin. B0b Hardy- James Davis, raise the standard of military education in the United States. The society Roiiniiizis, Jadsgplfanfaiiliggynhgxg' Fiffgleerl: of Scabbard and Blade is unique in organization. being honorary, social, mili- Stewart. A tary. and professional in nature. 196 gait- Q limi ' -at-'Q - . Q Mi . ,. 5 1 F1 me In f .SX I I . is A ., .11 N film fB..l fi i A' , .a 1 l I ms i lan, ' :mln sifafl. I Q2 E .. ME ' D Q vg, -W.. C . 2 El A SNEA MEMBERS. Qu S. N. E. A. SNEA OFFICERS. The Student National Education Association QSNEAD is the professional association for college or university students preparing to teach. Its members are members of duly chartered local chapters. Local chapters and student state education associations are integral parts of the SNEA. A member of SNEA is a member of his state education association and the National Edu- cation Association, with all the rights, privileges, and responsibilities of asso- ciate membership in these professional organizations. SNEA MEMBERS 5 l 'U I 4 1-2 ,,,,.. nm'-2: ii T OFFICERS MARGARET ANN BRYANT ..... ...... P resident JUNE MCRAE ............. .... V ice5President BARBARA JO MCARN .. . ...... Secretary 5 SYLVIA MCQUAIG ..... ........ T reasurer JO ANNE CLEVELAND . .. ............ Reporter CAROL JOHNSON ...... ..... S ocial Chairman l NANCY HAMIL ..... .... P arliamentarian DR. EASTERLING . . . ......... Advisor 7-97 T if I' 'T .I lt.. I. i ll ll 1 l l l P1 SIGMA EPSILC Seated, Left to Right: Carl Welch, Lyn- wood M. Corkern, Jack Stevenson, Secreg tary, Cecil Allegrezza, Vice-President, La- mar Jackson, President, Robert Young, Treasurer, Charles Bobo, Samuel F. Sehon. Standing: C. Nolon Bush, Jr., Ivan Yesnes, Lawrence T. West, Billy C. Smith, Joe Paul Hunt, Dr, Richard Vreeland, Advisor, George Bullard, Tom Hunger, Nelson F. Morgan, Jim Payne, George Tidwell, Ed- ward Hall, Rodney N. Rountree. 3 3 it Represented exclusively in Mississippi on the Southern Mississippi campus . by Delta Chapter, Pi Sigma Epsilon is a national professional and honorary fraternity in marketing and sales management. .1 Pi Sigma Epsilon was founded in Atlanta, Georgia, by Mr. L. L. Antle 3 in November, 1951. Southern's chapter was founded in 1956. 1 During the school year, Delta Chapter promotes many different sales projects. Also, the chaper, along with U.S.M. and the Mobile Sales Executive 5 Club, sponsors a 'eMarketing Day" to which all students are invited. ,LQ A 5 Q ' ' QQ ' '1 f S 5 lf' If 1 MA if lil 5 , , g ri " ' . ss f , - I-I ,J lisa? ii . I Els, rs E, E, A' I 55 M -' "rm l 1 I 3 j ' 4 -H--4 THE SCUTHER 1 ACCENT 1 X... -4-.,,,,N l 4 l l 1 The Southern Accent, U.S.M. literary magazine, is produced by mem- bers of the Writer's Group, who elect the staff and do creative and - practical work on the magazine. The publication first appeared in Spring 1 Quarter, 1962. l l t STAFF-Seated, Left to Right: Sam Partridge: James S. Major, Associate Editor, Joanne M. George, Editorg Mrs. Barbara Blansett, Sponsor, Paul Harris, Business Manager, Richard Boyd. , Standing: Robin Brown, Joyce Sanders, Laquitta Garrason, Robert Stockton, John Griffin, Charles i Girard, Charlyn Maguire, Burlian Walker, Jim Fuhrman, Carolyn Smith. The group conducts a weekly workshop for writers who wish to submit their works for criticism and possible publication. Works are submitted , in Five categories: plays, short stories, poetry, and formal and infomial essays. The Soutlzrrn Arfmzi is a student publication and is a cultural 1 symbol of campus. 7.98 Y. W. A. MEMBERS. MEMBERS OF B.S.U. il lflsi ' I BAPTIST STUDE T U IC Sponsored by the Baptist Churches of Hattiesburg and the Mississippi Baptist Convention, the Baptist Student Union seeks to lead Bapist students to active membership in local Baptist Churches. The Baptist Student Union offers a weekly meeting' on Tuesday night, Young Women's Auxiliary, retreats, conventions, and numerous other activities. OFFICERS-Seated, Left to Right: Carolyn Gill, Editorg Betty Graves, Y.W.A. Presidentg Bonnie Rogers, Publicity: Nancy Hamil, Social Chairman: Sherry McCraw, University Baptist Church Representative. Standing: Carolyn Fortenberry, First Baptist Church Representative: Gerald Daniel, Enlistmentg Louise Jordan, Records Chairmang Perry Robinson, Music Chairmang Jerry Day Terrell, Presidentg Margaret Bryant, Pro- motion Chairrnang Henry Campbell, Brotherhood Presidentg Rev. Louie Farmer, B.S.U. Director. . --mv,--Q-mr, f Wa. f. ,, 1 ' . .. ff , ,ff.g,,,,,1 Q W vw- -s st 1 :" i' - r "T" ' I' I. l 1 l l i , l ' X A OFFICERS-Left to Right: Alice Wentworth, President, Dennis Spencer, Vice-President, Gail Hill, Secretary. Not Pictured: Linda Ritter, Treasurer. MEMBERS-Seated, Left to Right: Caroline Bell, Pam Gray, Margaret Killingsworth, Alice Wentworth, Dennis Spencer, Gail Hill, Linda Ritter, Charlyn Maguire, Cherry Lynn Walters. Stand- ing: Helen Murphy, Sandy Dunn, Kathleen Murphy, Mickey Bell, David Wright, Bill Slyfield, Bill Bates, Lee Stevens, Carol Schoenthaler, Dee McGowen, Rev. William J. Gould. CANTERBURY CLUB Chartered on the Southern Mississippi campus in 1946, the Canterbury Club has served Episcopal students of Southern and William Carey College for sixteen years. Its purpose is to help college students make their faith an integral part of college life by bringing the activities of the Church on campus. Canterbury Club was founded on the belief that the mission of the Episcopal Church should be extended to all its comrnunicants, and should provide the best medium for its members to develop as useful citizens on college campuses. g l ' seg ' rigs r, 5 2 5 3 gg, t. - M . is B E , , S 8 , e i' y gf ,p at E , . an iq R , 5 QQ:-55 szi 7 M I ll.. ' t l ll Q : SW. Ei kill BV I M ,---t fs Q-:Iwo-5 Q.-l 'W-7 gm W ,-. 4-t uua--n:.l..........,..7,,..-.....,.,....,.1...,.,,,,-.i.,.ii .N .. ....... ....,,...,,,... ,A ,, , H W - u. I A , -M-M-M-I a- h '-----xr--V..- ,...,... 2 ,W . if 5 . l' if Q I Uni, dingy? , if! V, "4 'hae A 'I , nl lt Eff' i A lite, maj Q 'Wi nge .rg 1 , NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club is dedicated to the principles form- ulated by Cardinal John Henry Newman, a convert to the Catholic faith. The club promotes INTELLECTUAL, SOCIAL, AND RELIGIOUS development of its mem- bers. During the past year, the programs included speakers, discussions, group attendance at Mass and Holy Com- munion, dances, slides on countries of interest, and many other special projects. 301 MEMBERS OF THE NEWMAN CLUB. OFFICERS-Seated, Left to Right: Stephen Sekul, Treasurer: Beth Baricev, Corresponding Secretary, Raymond Egers. Vice- Presidentg Bryan Neville, Marshallg Judy Stutzman, Recording Secretary, Father John Mercia, Sponsor. Not Pictured: Anthony La Rocca, President. xv,- . fx OFFICERS-Seated, Left to Right: Pauline McCormick, Treas- urerg Ronald Bell, Second Vice-Presidentg Barbara Collins, First Vice Presidentg Donald Bell, Presidentg Nelda Gaines, Secretary. Standing: Tommy Nance, Publicity Chairmang Gaye Shrock, Study and Training Chairmang Kitty Punessen and Mason Frye, Co-Recreational Chairmang Jerry Hollis, Choir Directoig Mac Nelson. Program Chairmang and Reverend Aubrey Walley, Di- rector. MEMBERS OF THE WESLEY FOUNDATION. WESLEY FOUNDATIO Sponsored by the Methodist Church and a representa- tive of the Methodist Student Movement, the Wesley Foundation seeks to help Methodist college students feel at home in their campus community and to give them a stimulus for more effective religious activities. Activities of many kinds-devotional, recreational, study and serv- ice opportunities-are included in the Wfesley Foundation. ,. ,i S 15 r 5 I y 'i ' . 'i ,X .3 i l v 5 1 i v 1 I Westminster Fellowship is the organization for college and university students of the Presbyterian Church, U.S. Its purpose is to learn the will of Cod for their lives in Christ jesus. To accomplish this purpose, we join ourselves together in study, fellowship, and service, Also, we seek out others who are like-minded to work with us to this same end while we are in college. WESTMINSTER 2 2 - ' FELLCWSHIP M' 5 In w , , A , 5 Z4 , , ,- OFFICERS CHARLES LINDSAY .............. President LEE CAROL .......... . . . Vice-President JANE FLEMING . . . ........... Secretary PAM DENNIS .................... Treasurer ANITA JENSON ........ Fellowship Chairman SUZANNE MEYERS ...... Program Chairman MEMBERS OF WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 5117" MARTIN LUTHER FELLCWSHIP MEMBERS-Left to Right: Susan Jo Wat- kins, Secretaryg Glennie Jo Jubela, Treas- urerg John J. Coble, Vice-President, Mike Busby. President: Ed Boatwright. The organization of all Lutheran students on the Southern Mississippi campus is dedicated to the glory of God through the exploration of the Bible and the general fellowship which exists among Lutheran students. Activities of the Martin Luther Fellowship include weekly programs and topics led by both students and faculty members to give the students the opportunity to practice their Christianity. 303 ii Emir' I Q hi I 7' 5 Mgr: 3 V' I l l I' 5, I I Y Ll l l lr ll ll ll l l l l l l l l I l 4 a e' STUDE 'T Cl-IRISTIA FEDERATIO Southern Mississippi's Student Christian Federation is a council composed of a president. vice president, secretary, treasurer, historian, publicity chairmen, and a representa- tive from each religious group on carnpus. The top offices are voted on in a campus-wide election. Seeking to provide channels for worship and religious development, the Student Christian Federation sponsors among other activities-Religious Emphasis Week, Ves- pers, Tltanltsgiving' Service, Christmas Service, and Easter Sunrise Service. 04 MEMBERS-Seated, Left to Right: Connie jesse, Brenda Withers, Carolyn Brady, Rita Likins, Alice Wentworth. Standing: Alice Maw, Mary Nell Maxey, Charles McGlocklin, Ronald Bell. Donald Bell, Charles Daley, Steve Wood. Not Pictured: Dr. John F. Nau, Director. " OFFICERS CAROLYN BRADY ................ . .......... President CHARLES DALEY ...... ......... V ice-President ALICE WENTWORTH .... ..... R ecording Secretary MARY NELL MAXEY . .. . . .Corresponding Secretary RONALD BELL ....... ............... P ublicity DONALD BELL .. . .... Publicity Ten girls were nominated for the title of Southern Mississippi's Best Dressed Coed. This contest on campus is sponsored, as are contests all over the nation, in co- operation with GLAMOUR MAGAZINE's search for the ten best-dressed Coeds in America. g I These girls are sponsored by different campus sororities and organizations, and the best dresser on campus will compete in nationwide contests. FIVE MORE CANDIDATES FOR BEST DRESSED TITLE-Left to Right: Betty Gill, sponsored by Womenis Affairs Boardg Pennie Sue Webre, sponsored by Alpha Sigma Alphag Barbara Brown, sponsored by Delta Zetag Anne Cowart, sponsored by Women's Affairs Boardg "Butch" McDonald, sponsored by Phi Mu. F? l XA, f:Z3,.,liff',' . W FIVE OF SOUTHERN'S BEST DRESSERS-Left to Right: Sandra Myrick, sponsored by Sigma Sigma Sigmag Sue Grantham, sponsored by Pi Beta Phig Jamie Murdock, sponsored by Kappa Delta: Betty Smith, sponsored by Delta Delta Delta: Cecile Jack- son, sponsored by Chi Omega. BEST DRESSED COED NOMINEES 1 l i tg Wa' Q56 in A if W . 11 FQ J , 3.9, ' . lain i-f- ' , w' 'Q' P-1 COMPANY F-6, SIXTH REGIMENT, NATIONAL SOCIETY OF PERSHING RIFLES-Left to Right, Front Row: Sgt. Francis Nelson, Team Coachg Ronald Ashley, William Miller, Cadet Capt Victor Stamey, Chapter Capt. and President, James Shanholtz Leslie Graves, Thomas Potter, Capt. Howard Petty, Faculty Ad- visor. Second Row: Hardie Gaston, Bob Hardy, Sammy Davis john Bowling, William Brantley, Jeffrey Fletcher, Richard Jones Ircel Harrison. Third Row: James Merritt, Raymond Spinelli Herbert Denson, Dennis Jerome, Larry Rainey, William Cheat- ham, Charles Ritchie. Wayne Byrd. --v-r . -Y vt , if U '7 "i il ?" 'I ' . .ELTQLQ 4 gy' .fffw-61 if COMPANY "B," CADET 1 BRI-CADE, ROTC - Cadet Capt. Rodney Rountree, com- manding. Front Row, Left to Right: Sfc. Dewayne Martin, lst. Lt. James Calcote, Sfc. William Bounds, 2nd Lt..John Fordg Sfc. Joseph Brechtel, 2nd Lt. Joseph Grubar. COMPANY "C," CADET BRIGADE, ROTC Cadet Capt. William Lott, commanding. Front Row, Left to Right: Sfc. Stephen Wongg lst Lt. Curtis Landersg Sfc. Billy Fillingameg 2nd Lt. Hugh Boundsg Sfc. Gene Carlisleg 2nd Lt. Glynn Decoteau. COMPANY "A," CADET BRIGADE, ROTC-Cadet Capt. Charles Bowman, commanding. Front Row, Left to Right: Sfc. William Cheatham, lst Lt. Clifton Vaughng Sfc. Gerald Coppenrathg lst Lt. jimmy Yancy, Sfc. Charles Howle, 2nd Lt. Jeffrey Fletcher. 9' ' L '1 11 'A it il l I ' ' 'SA -1 X g' sv 1, 1 : lf 'gli ., an ' ,, 9:1 1 1 ll 1 1. COMPANY "E," CADET BRIGADE, ROTC-Cadet Capt. Bryan Robbins. commanding. Front Row, Left to Right: Sfc. Robert Mclnvale, lst Lt. Thomas Patrick, Sfc. Donald Boccia, 2nd Lt. Leslie Graves, 2nd Lt. William Owen. V b5?,9r"" COMPANY "D," CADET BRIGADE, ROTC-Cadet Capt. Walter Yates, commanding. Front Row, Left to Right: Sfc. jack Sharp, lst Lt. Vincent Bitteto, Sfc. Patrick Zimlich, lst Lt. William Day, Sfc. Earl Aull, 'Znd Lt. Charles Buckley. 'V - g Q.-rg V L ' 2553 ' B. COMPANY "F," CADET BRIGADE, ROTC-Cadet Capt. joel Hinson, commanding, Front Row, Left to Right: Sfc. Robert Arentsen. lst Lt. Stephen Likins, Sfc. Kirk Turner, 2nd Lt. James Wilson, Sfc. Woodrgyv Lyon, 2nd Lt. Bob Hardy. , " ,ae as so 41 ,W----W v "'w5g,,,, pp . ,afa- R. O. T. C. DEPARTMENT COMPANY "G," CADET BRI- GADE, ROTC - Cadet Capt. Ernest Sylvester, commanding. Left to Right: Sfc. Barry Stephens, lst Lt. Larry Mensi, Sfc. Michael Ball, 2nd Lt. Dale Stewart, Sfc. Ronald Regan, 2nd Lt. Linus Martin. HISTORY OF ROTC AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI The First ROTC Unit at Southern Mississippi was or- ganized in 1950 as a Branch Material Unit to prepare cadets for commissioning in the Field Artillery In 1953, a program of General Military Science was initiated to give the cadet a wider range of military training in his pre- commissioning schooling. Under this program, courses, applicable to all branches of the Army are offered, and cadets are given the opportunity during the fourth year of schooling to select a branch of the Army in which to be commissioned. In 1958, the college's Academic council adopted a program of compulsory ROTC training for all eligible male Freshman and Sophomore students. COMPANY "H," CADET BRIGADE, ROTC-Cadet Capt. Roger Johnson, com- manding. Left to Right: Sfc. William Murphy, lst Lt. William Colson, Sfc. Rob- ert Taylor, 2nd Lt. Robert Stewart, Sfc. Dale Botkis, lst Sgt. William Campbell, 2nd Lt. Hardie Gaston. f- in A-f'-fi. . L' A 1 al li l gl 'I l l l M TOP, LEFT-IST BATTALION STAFF, Left to Right: Cadet Major Douglas Magee, S-lg Honorary Cadet Col., Vivian A. Rushing, Sponsorg Cadet Lt. Col. James S. Major, Commanderg Cadet Major Gerald A. Harrison, S-31 Cadet Major William M. Curtis, S-4. TO'P, RIGHT-QND BATTALION STAFF, Left to Right: Cadet Major Bryan M. Neville, S-l. Not Pictured: Honorary Cadet Col. JoAnn Watts. Sponsorg Cadet Lt. Col. James E. Shanholtz, Cadet Major Chadwick Bates, S-33 Cadet Major Robert H, Naylor, S-4. THE ROTC SPONSORS-Left to Right: Vivian Rushing. lst Battaliong Bonnie Purvis, Brigade Sponsorg JoAnn Watts, 2nd Battalion. BRIGADE STAFF-Left to Right: Cadet Major William G. Miller, Jr., S-lg Honorary Cadet Col. Bonnie Purvis, Sponsorg Cadet Lt. Col. Robert A. Odom, Executive Officer, Cadet Col. Victor E. Stamey, Brigade Commanderg Cadet Major Ronnie E. Young. S-4: Cadet Ma-ior Alfred M. Coke. S-3. -' es: R. O. T. C. DEP RTMENT U.S.M.'s ROTC COLOR GUARD-Pictured in full dress uni- form is the University of Southern Mississippi's ROTC Color Guard. Left to Right: Joseph Nealy, Steve Wood, jerry Wilson, Kenneth Bruce. Not Pictured: Thaniel Garick. II INSTRUCTOR GROUP QSENIOR ROTCJ, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI-Left to Right, Front Row: Capt. Richard W. Meyer, Arty., Adjutant and Freshman Instructor, Capt. Hubert L. Smith, Arty., Sophomore Instructor and O-I-C of the ROTC Bandg Lt. Col. Oats A. Pynes, Arty., Professor of Military Science, Capt. Joseph C. Pate, Inf., Senior Instructor and Operations Ollicerg Capt. Howard P. Petty, Inf., Junior Instructor, PIO and O-I-C of the Drill Teamg Capt. Benny L. Rogers, Engr., Sophomore Instructor and O-I-C of the Rifle Team. Second Row: Sfc. Harold J. Douglas, Adm. NCOQ Sfc. James F, Burdette, Fr. Instructor and Coach of the RiHe Team: Sfc. julian Robbins, Arms Sgt., Sfc. Billy J. Bottoms, Operations Sgt.: Sgt. Francis D. Nelson, Fr. Instructor and Coach of the Drill Team: Sfc. Joseph Greco, Supply Sgt.: Sgt. Herbert C. Weeks. Fr. Instructor. ' 1 A 'z ,SX 1, W l 'Q E in Us U. S. M. RIFLE TEAMS SOUTHERN RIFLES, ROTC BOYS' RIFLE TEAM-Left to Right, First Row: John Doyle, Joe Tomasbvsky, Larry Barrett, Michael Puckett, james Odom. Standing: Capt. Bennie Rogers, Assistant Professor of Military Scienceg Stephen Likins, Charles Buckley, Mike Currey, George Hurst, Dwight Teague, Sfc. James Burdette, ROTC instructor and team coach. l . I Q - -'Vll'-" ' ll -1 A Memorable Year ' Congratulations to the Student Body and Faculty of the University of Southern Mississippi upon the completion of another outstanding year of accomplishments. ' The Staff of your annual has worked exceedingly hard to give you a superb book that portrays the highlights of memorable activities. To preserve this excellent literary and photo- graphic record, the best grades of material have been combined with skilled workmanship to provide the finest quality yearbook. ' We are proud that the 1963 Staff elected us to help design, print and bind the SOUTHERNER. We have earnestly en- deavored to fulfill the confidence placed in us. BENSUN PRINTING COMPANl' Comladfe goal' WCllllfl!aCllLlI'0l':i NASHVILLE 3, TENNESSEE THE FORREST COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Soufherns Hearhesf Backers SELBYC BOWLING Presndent Beal Three HARRY H BELL Bea? One LUTHER G LEE Bea'r Two J A P CARTER Beaf Four W H BUTLER Beef Fave We wnsh 'ro exfend our snncere promnse of conhnued supporf and cooperahon fo Mnssnsslppu Sou+hern College Musslssnppn s fmesf and largesf college and one of Forresl Counfy s mosl' valued assefs Congrafulahons on your splendud growfh and fine spurs? We hope +ha'r Soufhern and Forresf Coun'ry wall conhnue 'ro march sude by snde an sefhng lhe pace of progress and developmenf an Soufh Mnssassuppu and sfudenfs of M S C Besf of luclc 'ro Mnssnssuppn s fruendlnesf college from Mlssussnppa s fruendlnesi' counfy Forrest I all Qouniy :Qi A good place 'ro go fo school and a good place fo lnve The people of Forresl' Counfy exfend Their besf wishes fo lhe adminisfrafion, faculfy, S l srrss zzos comzvzva STREET HATTIESBURG. MISS. Finesi' In PORTRAITU RE AERIAL COMMERCIAL CHILDREN WEDDINGS PETS OILS COLOR COPIES Anyfime-Anywhere-Any+hing Your Annual Photographer 1962-63 Res. Phone JU 2-2439 Office Phone JU 4-5262 Hattlesburg Automobile Dealers AUTO SERVICE COMPANY FARRIOR MOTOR COMPANY RYAN MCARTHUR MOTORS McMULLAN MOTORS JOE MORRIS MOTORS HENSON FORD INC MARTIN MOTOR SALES ROSCOE MOORE PONTIAC COMPANY STEADMAN MOTORS INC of Association PONTIAC EASTERN CORPORATION Black Creek Refinery Purvis, Mississippi COMPLIMENTS OF LEWIS FOOD STORE Phone JU 4-8401 COM PLI MENTS OF FINE BROTHERS-MATISON Ha+fiesburg's Finesi' Depar+men+ Sfore When in Jackson coMPLlMENTs GG QT or NATIVE! ' Y XE? I . . . and +I'1e na+ives Q QD JERRY s DRivE-iN go +0 - - - J is , Fine Foods Favorife Beverages if DOWNTOWN if MEADOWBROOK ir WESTLAND R . M . H E N D C K Ph ne FL 2-2264 P.O. Box IO34 GRADUATE SUPPLY HOUSE Mississippi REPRESENTIN6 HERFF-JONES COMPANY CLASS RlNGS-INFVITATIONS-DIPLOMAS-YEAR BOOKS-CAPS AND GOWNS AMERICAN SAND 81 GRAVEL CO. ,,y?,',f,2'q3, HATTIESBURG BRICK womcs ,.,.,'5..1t'5.i.3f'....Ew. souTI-IEASTERN MATERIALS co. I ONETRQ ofncei Ross mug. TeI. Ju 4-6436 I HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 'I Ii HUB CITY THE DIAMOND SHOP OFFICE SUPPLY co. Corner of Main and Pine For AII Your Office Needs HaHiesburg'S larqesf cfedif Jewdef zzo ww Pine Phone Ju 2-330l STUDENT ACCOUNTS INVITED HAT-I-IESBURG' MISS. SOUTHLAND FLORISTS BETTY and PAUL WRIGHT SPEED'S '200 ST. Paul STreeT HaTTIesLnurq, M PIIOPP JU 4-754i SOUTHERN GULF SERVICE STATION 1 Eh' 03 2604 Hardy Phone JU 3-25I9 III ' ..1 ' I II I I i "We are af Your Service" I UNIVERSITY PHARMACY Formerly College Pharmacy Prescrip+ions and ToiIeI'ries I 2900 Hardy Sfreef Opposife USM Phone 583-2504 S. O. Herringfo . Dudley R. Herringfon "Serving South Mississippi Since 1895" ir t National Bank of attiesburg 523 MAIN STREET BROADWAY MART PETAL BRANCH HARDY STREET BRANCH Pefal, Miss. BRANCH Broadway Drive Member Federal Reserve Sysfem - Federal Deposil Insurance Corporalion I835 Hardy Sheeir G' H. a SOUTIT Mississippfs Leading Sfores Plumbing and Heafing for men Phone JU 2-357I 5OI W. 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WALGREEN AGENT Ph JU 3-4381 619 MAIN HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI I I I I ,ltaiif g ' .,!iu,6e'z,2L Hne memes X 9 Q Q Wffff - X cool The Oualily Fashion Fabric Cen+er X Z I i8J16L02g,fU5Ys' I 823 Hardy Slreel I-Ialliesburq, Ivliss. Phone JU 2-ZSOI A bank accouni eslablished early in your career will serve as a foundafion for fu+ure busi- ness operafions and prove valuable in many ways . . . Lei us serve you! CITIZENfS BANK HATTIESBURG Main Office-60I Main Sh'ee+ "Bank of Friendly Service" Branches lvl ppl Soulhern College Broadway Drive Member ' Federal Depo I I rance Corp. Federal Reserve Syslem HARDY MART BEAUTY SALON MARILYN MU RRY, S+yIis+ Synchronized S'ryIing and Tinfing "Le+ Us Handle Your Greafesi' Asse'r-Your Hair" Hardy STree+ .7442 Ykgue Qgzolad, ,gnu WHERE EXCLUSIVE STYLES MEET POPULAR PRICES 519 MAIN STREET HATTIESBUR6, MISS. I Phone J U 2-2455 SOUTHERN GLASS GLASS AND BUILDING MATERIALS ZI5 E P ST ef Haf Tiesburg HATTIESBURG HARDWARE STDRES WHOLESALE HARDWARE and SPORTING GCODS Mobile Sfreei Phone JU 3-3525 HATTIESBURG. MISSISSIPPI When In Hafliesburg, Malxe Your Home A+ sour:-IERNAIRE Mom TYPEWRITER C0- Ifkcross Highway From Miss. Soullnernfi UNDERWOOD-OLIVETTI P""neff,f,2'3306 Tylilfieflfaiilgpmiilinis CaIcuIa'rors Broadway Drive Sales-Service-RenlaIs-Leases-Supplies Phone 584-5467 2 no Broadway Dr. Phone 45481 FAULKNER SMOKIE'S C P C SPGRTING Gooos, INC. ONCRETE 'PE OMPANY Broadway Dr. Phone JU 3-0922 Esfablislwecl I9I5 I-Ialliesburg, Miss. A P. O. Box 992 I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI WILLMUT GAS AND OIL CGMPANY i' ii. .mimi 'Lf' in .-.4 Use Nalural Gas, flue all purpose fuel, for coolzing and l'1ea+ing Serving Sou+l1 Mississippi in Haffiesburg, Collins, Easi Jac lzson, Magee, Mendenhall, Ml. Olive, D'Lo, Braxfon, Pearl School, and McLaurin Heiqhls. , COMPLIMENTS OF LOVE DRUG COMPANY Seale-lily ICE CREAM STORE AT THE HARDY MART SHOPPIN CENTER G COYVIPGYC Baller-Whipped Sunbeam Bread I-las No I-Ioles-No Sfnealcs-No Poor End Slices Sunbeam COMPARE Try TI1e Tenderness Tesi' OuaIi'I'y Guaran+eecI Locally Baked Smi+I1's Sunbeam Bakery COM PLI MENTS OF FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSN HATTIESBURG, MISS. COMPLIMENTS OF VANCE DAIRY HERCULES POWDER COMPANY PINE AND PAPER CHEMICALS PLANT HATTIESBURG. MISSISSIPPI A Southern Company Tl'irougI1 PERSONAL FINANCING and Through. M tI1I R nt on Y epayme SOUTHEASTERN AMERICAN WHITE SYSTEM INSURANCE co. or HATTIESBURG, inc. Assets in Excess of S2,000,000.00 e JU 4-5474 W. pine S+. R. C. COOK, President Southeastern American Lite Bldg, I-Iattiesburg, Mi f f ffmfarzd B'9 Yank for DAD ana LAD Corporation Three Locations: SUBSIDIARY OF wood Mart Meadowbrook Mart ' . Wemand Phu., Reliance Manufacturing Company JACKSON. MISSISSIPPI VESTAL AND VERNON AGENCY Mississippi General Agents for Mutual of Omaha State Ottice 269 E. Pearl Street JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI INCOME PROTECTION HOSPITALIZATION LIFE INSURANCE SPECIAL STUDENT COVERAGE TRAVEL COLLEGE HEIGHTS TEXACO SERVICE A 24 hour service Z II' H ,WML WASHING-POLISHING-LUBRICATION . -.E-EF: -G if -I TIRES-TUBES-BATTERIES R d S I3 YTON GIL ESP E O 8-H dy5f Ph A149591 CUNTINENTAL TRAILWAYS 'W BONANZA CLUB DANCING NIGHTLY I-Lqh y 49 S H1 PLI JU 4 9765 60111196171 ell fri of WIMPYIS and WIMPY'S JR. EXPERT DRY CLEANING ONE-HOUR SERVICE COLLEGE CLEANERS Laundry Service-Qualify Work HATTIESBURG VIDEO 504 Corinne Slrree-I HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Telephone JU 2-I98I Qgzgfi s S+ree'r S. High School A ur Columb bFOqOD MARKET - TIRE MARKET R I E 'r I' I S S+ I' a s a e- nsurance- ervice a ion- A M hi 'rh GH' Trailer Park-Furni'I'ure-Appliances- B + N fh g 'r 'Ih Cosf L nen Whife-Chain Saws-OuHeI' S+ore VI NEW FEELING! jg Ixf? Q Im? MTW! nI I THE COCA COLA COMPANY BY A V COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN CLEANERS R. I-I. BRASWELL, Owner Ep'l1. IO: Finally, my brefhren, be sfrong in I'I1e Iorcl. LE FAUGHN'S RESTAURANT Across From USM Campus VAN LOWRY, Manager Phone JU 4-9720 6 fd COMPLIMENTS Ofllp lflell or nnmsfv STEEL a sumv CURPURIITIUN ' ' PO. Box 6838 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Jackson, Mississippi ENGINEERS FRED RAMSEY, JR., Presideni' Phone FL 4-27l9 903 520056 5+fee+ HGHFGSBUPQ- MISS "Buy, sell, insure, and save. AT J. W. MCARTHUR REALTOR REALTORS AND INSURERS Complefe line of Real Esfafe, Home Building and Brokerage Sales. GOLDEN SMITH Insurance Manager 9I5 Hardy Sfreel' Phone JU 2-I9I I Jon 5000 orgef .ALL i0g,l"Cl,l0 6 A 'E' -'F'


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