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1968 SOUTHERNER Volume 32 THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI I'IAT'I'IESBURG, MISSISSIPPI MARILYN SKRMETTA, editor EMMY LOWREY, associate editor The University 0 THE ER T , - ' we - 11- v K I 9 6 K L v lo W7 ,- 0 Y .qv 1 ff! "-' 2, 1, z xx at X W ' N , I f I k, 5 X H 1 X J w W 9:2 WW' WL . . . and we search the silent whispers. Yet we heed their melancholy note. While we meander searchingly toward the future, we appreciate those moments past. The breath- less whisper of pride, of dedication, of shar- ing, of loving, permeate our college lives. The tune of friends talking, of lovers isolated, of the mechanism of the daily routine, of ran- dom daydreaming, of meaningless study, of provoking thoughts, transcends these lives. For in the sanctity of ourselves we, all lay claim to Southern, wherein the restless gain satisfaction, the lonely receive consolation, and the disheartened are nurtured by the sweetness of concern. There seems to be a hierarchy of spirit consummated by our Gen- eral N at, a graciousness of friendship, a mul- titude of togetherness. While we live for our- selves, we live, too, for each other. And this spirit is omnipotent, for nothing can over- come it, it is omnipresent, for nothing can escape it. This spirit is Southern, for it means so much to so many .... V x ix Z. n X X . V X . X 1 . . 1 ' D . 1 ' ' 11111 ,, .ii 1 ,. xg xv X N ,,,., -wit z .r 1-4 ,1r 1 Za' x .,f,4,f1 f, sn 1, 11 fff. , , . , f x., 1. -, .ix v . 1 , 1 , W: Ai-ffl fr we ,. 1- -Ji, V 5 , X f -, f , K E If X .. 1, - x ' J -f...J ,:... '-3QL...:? ,,j1-11 L ,sn -A 1 f - ' N IV. . -f ,f fivfflx W '- 1- ' ,Vf,::T" A - x 4 V s, '. ff."-, ' -3 J- X, A, , .-. , T 1 I rf , 31-1-,,,,, ,X ' --H- -. . f f 1 ,- ,--1-J .ff fx ff 1 f 1 1 1,4 , .' 1,.' - xg 4 Tj, " , x X 1 Is: FQ' -V 3 'Q ' 1 5 - 1 k , ,- k ' f v "' ' Mfzxu 4.5 ' ' x W"-'ii-1 3' Lf. ff' 7 ' ' K' , 1 , , yxsiL1- lf, fff, , ' 1 1', f 1 ' Wx, , f 1 - 1- ,, 11 . 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To beckon more is to insult the gra- ciousness of friendship. As they study or worship together, as they tally the end of the day, as they share tragedy and happiness, they are certain of their togetherness. As they scream vehemently for those of their kind, as they wander endlessly toward a level of excellence, as they kindle the fire from which pride may flame, they are aware of a hierarchy of spirit. And there is no one else like them. But they are really not so different. They enjoy being together and doing togeth- er. They are a peculiar breed of sorts, yet not so peculiar. And their whispers are loud, their screams silent, their passions many, their energy ceaseless. They are a commu- nity of love, of mind, of spirit, of being. Yes, they are not so different, not so peculiar. But they are the students of Southern, and there can be no better. To them we dedicate the 1968 SOUTHERNER .... . . . but they are the students of Southern and there can be no better. While the stu- dents are the vital and, perhaps, most impor- tant estate in the university community, there exist other integral sectors instrumental in the pursuit of academic excellence, of social discipline, of physical operation. While many times these students may disagree, their wel- fare and their purpose is of utmost considera- tion. In the hands of trained professionals, they are instructed in the numerous skills of intellect. Under the guidance of competent men and women, they are disciplined accord- ing to the social mores of our community liv- ing. In the less noted perfection of skilled workers, their physical well-being is attend- ed. The faculty, the administration, and the university stay? correlate their professional- ism with the rigor of communal existence. The student is their focal point and all center therearound. The students learn more than mere bo-oks could ever offer. They learn to live their lives irreproachable of the harms of society. 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I1 Arnval IS marked b throngs of anX1ous ireshmen, loads of trunks and packages, forms and confus1on I thmk Id rather have the flu was the typical statement of most students a S r u re admzmstered durma remstratiorv-a Southern first After all thzs they want our money too Own an :IZ 1 Q :zz : f an 'H u f an U, You say you re on the thzrd fiom- and no me P n X. elevator?', .,.,. I Q 'N wx if Mix ' f ,SQA X TL rs are eased by an zn ormal orzentatzon program Rush 1S l1ke a tornado that comes after a calm and departs With great expectations. ! N I Smiles come easy as sorority women and mshees seek knowledge of each other. j 1 P I I K J l if! yi Q., Rush means a handshake . . . and another friendship has begun. fi 1 I f 'I' -.., .r l"'1q,K E N YE 'Y N "What's it all about?" The Panhellenic counselors give words of encouragement and advice to rushees. Rush conversation, so often superficial. in the end must reveal each personls Greek goals. and then comes the mad dash to the welcoming arms of her new sisters. f is fl 'W' 7' V-'Ji 1 -. .- 6 1 , ws f,'W?2'w?f"W" J' 'Qi ,x ,. A if' gs. il Q S' X ' 5 fr . , , ig , ,Q ' . ri, X S . 0 ,- i A . , ,-. Xt f -, XXXXX Xsnxfgitf .I ,422 wt X if v 5:7 A at , 'i Lu www . ,472 .Xxx f f ' 'T , . gif gait Inquisitive students observe the practical application of the classroom lecture. nl through diligent stu One wonders what goes on behind the closed doors of the chemistry lab . . . l y is the thirst of knowledge quenched !'V ijt 2 in If i X'! f ,N ,,.f .v 5 4 Wt- M 'I-as , fag, , 4 . , f., f' if 4' ,!, 3... Teaching demands lab work with eager young minds, not test tubes. Registration elections rush dating the computer has the answers to them all Ez. Z. Q Q f L:::'....5g,g- l 16 .www-.- y .1 F1 in n I af gr il' ---i,, Q S Upperclassmen pass on first-hand experience to freshmen in out-of-the-classroom study. Dance classes learn that dance is an er- ercise of the mind as well as the body. ir L Z . 4 1 mf? 2 rw. -W 1 M f ' xg Q Q iifaifflwi , ,4Q, T 4' "j ', f ,ffyg'1yfj5' , X 2 7 ,,.,,,,, 4' W- I If ,fy "M ' 6 fi f Q ,.Jr'Q' ZW ' M 1 Honor classes enhance the development of the bright, eager mind. i' A V Ib ?jS5ix,AgNX k"' 1' , ' NK""'N K ,.,... X 'W rw-"""""""' ,.,, , 'S- mf , 1 Q ,. Z Q -aging Honors Day brings recognition for outstanding students. ,N NYS ss B.. Q' s '--..-iv' X The unique experience of communal living teaches one the importance of sharing, understanding, patience. fix Impromptu parties, painting, singing, eating . . . anything to prolong hitting the books. 'f s he The proverbial all-night card game competes with 'the books . . . and usually wins. Table manners? What class! as N-ff' , f l f I ' l A s I Y ,wg if N. 31 li i l 1 gf if l. 5. 4 li ll can you expect with only ten minutes to eat before Ewa, 2 ay ,- wr 2-'ag si . r z -ak ' f ,,j':zQ ,rw fi liflff , Z 535324 ' w f'o' - ' , . ,. . .ft , A ., , 2'1- 3 .I wg.. Q wr 5 E 5 f L K offs asf'- NWN -v'NkNr? Capacity 1000 pounds? 1 QA f W wx x iss me . . . or else! I , E 3 P2 'A , ' if , A . 5, V, I W , ,1 f 5 fl , ,I 5 ,1 4 , Q B 4-,J C 1 f If ' A- 5 ,, , f Dirty dorms, raunchy roommates, horrible heads . . . but we love it! I . Freshmen counselors know best? 19 'bf ""1- Q- P gif, 1' KS, H XXX :- O. 'X E! s ,l' 5 o U' W 'il h 'Q Y' . 9 X Humax N 1 e J sf-as 1 :-1 ' 'M I .4 'Xlx F X Nw 2 if L J ""' iff" Q 4 ef' 1: l ' " -ffsili: 'Q ' -. ' 55 'Q' is . 4a-Q11 iw N hi gas., 'S 4" . - Q Sl! Opponent dead ahead! Get her! Roller skating, flower waving, wagon dragging . . . election spirit never sagging . . . Bright smiles and entreating posters help wistful candidates as they vie for office. 2.0 , W 3 . 4 3: , ,. Q, s 1 Ui 'K ' 1 win an election! Little girl dresses, little girl toys, but only woman-size talking will wxxw- AN , ci. '11 mmnnag Y! ff ur- f ff! M E Flying balloons! Petting poodles! Cutting classes! No week like election week! 5 -1 1'-,,.: Q Z it if QE A 2 ,4 mm N-.W 'M ' ,V f: wg' hnqm ' 3 f --. 'H--. W 1 ""- -if Q M.,-N f My platform? Well . . . u Y s 'W if , .- 1 as 3 : , 12:53, M sw X S X x t 2 U'-N , , A . :E:- VW D wtf-PRF ,t 2 h...uh. SS qi fi ml' Those Who grope for esthetic expression The moving production of "Look Back in Anger" initiated the theatre season. . WA ' RW . 1 'Bl ,JH ..,., ..,: Mt. .,... ,, ..v. .....s.wM,w.gAy .... .1K 6 .,.., -s A .pu For the community, the Southern Theatre Department pro- vided childrenis plays, such as "Reynard, the Fox." create eternall their World of art. Graduate work in theatre included the production of the "Mime Show." W f ' ' , . W N tw X 1, ,iw " .W is K .5 , pw. I .. 6 X X so sk we 15- gl .X . N i r i I ,-f"' i N ' wg i 4 K w J fs I W: W1-1, . 9 A4 . + if : , Balmy Mississippi weather finds art students sketching their natural environ- men Painstaking care goes into each drawing for the art design students " 'Q t. Y? .gi W5 if ff' 1 f P ,is fu.: 1 if Q axfizef 1 ' We -.Lf i Q --Q.-f ,WW W Q fr ,f W, I ja? 6, f " 5 W" ' . -W I X 4 ,mf W i I5 Exhibition of art work led Southern stu- S . dent to national contests. X-KX Dance . . . yet another medium of erpressiong 7-3 s -. Q . ww, -gg.. - X 4 'M .V-fs Nat's Nook becomes the center for casual coffeehouse entertainment. 5 Q ig.ff7Xv:s.+x.t..Xa X X was N ia is V .. .. i i KM , it WS-11 525 Q5 l S, YN A 1 Though few notice, the orchestra in the pit contributes vitally to each production. l 'K Q F' A ' "W 72 fx :WS wut! my 1 1: 5, 'MZ' -awww Q1 Band camp during the summer gives the oppor- tunity for new students to meet the old pros. Pow Music and theatre reaches a delicate balance in the production of "The Mikado " we Strains uplift, the blarc excites thc soul in its musical search. An increasing number of students take advantage of the cultural pro- grams 011 Campus. Music brightens any gathering . . . especially those carol sings at Christmas time. Q71 iff XFX ffl 6 ss 'X- ixxlktnp rr lf l 1 mmgSfSTfYTWN'? fX J 1,-- At each erformance, "The Pride" makes us proud to be Southe-rners. . .sl ,, ff .x"'l"if 'tu ff. Q " " mg: J' ,,, 44334 " 'yi I uk .-" 'f WI ns- zv nl:---A -- P he U, I KW 'GIS W U .fig rgxwf 4? - 1 1 - , 1 f'fL4f,, Q' x . ,. - N. U, . ' J- th, .I Snkhtji ' mf" YQ S X Loads of students, stacks of books, and piles of orange cards . . . that's the bookstore. 3N,,gqe:o.w3f- 1 6390 I V W! F 42 My Spider 'IGS fl fflmilll HOIU- Throngs of people-happy ones, bored ones, idle ones-take daily refuge in Wimpy's. Campus act1v1ty moves SW1ffly around the axis of student life. 26 w 1 "Let,s see . . . what was my ID number . . .?" figs ll I, I fx' "What am I going to tell my parents?" Xkzn L1 A N' x xgw ,- Q x f X " AJ fl.: ,ww 'fi V Donuts for breakfast, hamburgers for lunch, and gos- sip all day long . . . all are a part of the studenfs balanced diet. I + I ee'Q r E if c ynfnk W V, asa," X J Boys watching girls watching boys watching girls go by! 7-7 R. I 3 ' me f 1 ! A Southern first: Game ball parachuted from 7000 feet. Homecoming fills the campus With reminiscing alums, fun- loving students, and m riad of displays depicting the theme. Beauty . . . Originality . . . ,. :,,l We .gs .M5g,s.kl H N ltd- ' Theme . . of Q asf: r ei' ., ,i - Ll.. I W., 0 V 'i":,f Hard work and late nights culminate in first-place floats and house deco- s rations. as Q, S5 he 0. s gc 0 0 as 'W' M at E525-QE' JRST N s -QP if The starting lineup is for W V6 M J jd: A W! If IWW i 074 iff' W, nw W aw, ' wWfwfZfff'f ' ,, a ff 'X ' ff" f 0 ' N N sm :sw-X AQ S WW f y V ,ff 1 , . wg -- My A MMA J . , 'W W' X ,.,, .1 W S ,W 5 : 4 - V. - 2 ,M 1 f X I X W X , , n w., , , 325i 0 4- ,Z ,gf - V Y ,, - ff: ' . """""w-v-3 4 fi, nr 'ig , 35 'A ' A 43.1,-.11 J Y f, , ., Q Q , 4 s.,, N V-sf ,.y..: Pass the toilet paper, please, f,-q-.- .-.am W F.,.... ... 1--A , Kfffvz rw' F f amz Y BNDUSTRIAL DUC, a Cl-UB QW W . Q gg , 1 -- v, -MARCH R ff 1 UAC activities filled Sov,thern,s Ramsay - X 'Q' , busy calendar with special 1' s X f I ,. ' 1 s , -' . . ' l . WN! r- nj ai Q ' j events. Shaved heads and beanies were common sights at the Freshman dance. X' I The UAC supplements academic activities with a carousel of social entertainment The Basement Wall entertained USM students at the UAC- sponsored Mardi Gras Ball. Mardi Gras came early to Southern as hundreds caught the holiday spirit at the ball. R ig XXXL 4, ., A X s - V w fi S c ,l"""'J'x -Q S vi. . ww , 4' 1 . 'V , x w 1, 1 X V s CN' , Highlighting the Christmas season was the annual Christmas Dance featuring John Fred and his Playboys. Favorites on the college circuit, David, della Rosa and Brooks caught Southern's fancy in the fall and came back to SCOPE. " 1 T415 rf E x 5 e. 2. 3 Q wh! is 1 I li 5 6100 people poured into the Coliseum to hear Bobby Gentry sing about Mississippi . . . 5 r ff x 1 I 7 x fur To give Glenn Campbell a standing ovation for his tre- mendous program . . . ,gg gs'-ls NN.. What a night 37. 'Airman' Q 4 1 Ae.. ,Aff ffm f 0 .mwfwvymw M H nw ww 0, M. Wigwam-0' A-M My W it, j 'imm- L h 1-1, ww.. it was with such a double treat of top entertainment e 'r--sl". 1 "' Ng " 'M' mm 1 mm. N' WH , A "HW Q 4 4 A ' X g' X 5 3 I' 1 Nat's Nook changed form and took on a coffee house atmosphere as school began. Raun McKinnon was only one of the folk sing- ers who visited the Nook. A'-1 . Q' lei XX i From New Orleans came a group of Southern students famed as the "Upstairs Alliance." Bruce Farwell also came to entertain amidst the crackle of peanut shells. 33 NJ Breakfast began Religious Emphasis Dau for the Commirfpp nf 'ill 5 Panel discussions stimulated thought at weekly re- ligious meetings. - P - 1 l .x ,wk . N X: g 'iw 1 X X s L 1 -,.,.N. W Q FT' 2 E mn la Po K E 3 3 as 2 vm if--. vr NY 3 4 mm -2 i in ,. 52? sf" f if V ai, 3 , gp, 450 Q ,, Modern religious thought and modern social thought mired at Newman Club Hippie party. 34 Each denominational group pfrovides activities for a closer fellowship among members. 3 i i 5 1 a The legal questions revolving around religion were discused by lawye Joe Blass on RED. Religious beliefs are integrated with the extra-curricular implementation of Varying activities 35 Santa's unexpected appearance at Christmas parties added to the holiday s iri . The silence of devotion, the joy of fellowship, the power of dedication, and the thrill of sharing with others highlight the yuletide season. The giving of gifts 1'ep'r t th giving of oneself to Him whose bi thd y T. C hristma i 7 ,iw Y: IX X. s' I I U ...m . ' I g B ,X f K Lifff "'-i -A Y wx ff' V We w .,- , , ,. N MIM, f' ton36 - -51mm-vw V 1 4,8 Q tk! , gan f A . 5 M 4 J 2 ' U ali This tif'-'U Setting Temmds Us that Christmas Balls and tinsel turn a tree of the forest into that special Christ more than Santa Claus. mas tree. W ... For Southern students the lighting of the tree in front of Dan- forth signifes the start of the Christmas season. . mf ,f X fi K s x V . Q , f . v 5 ! I Y-4nc,.E l A glistening wintry sight to break the ji S1251 W it , Z 6 1, , V 1 x fy i 4 , Zi Z 4, , 4 , Z! xg ju if 5 V. WA' ,X 1 fl 4 2 a fix . 3 4' 9 M4 i 2 ,z 1 V6 15 5, i 1 cf S, gps. . V an , A W WI, MLW ,Www . :Mara ,.,, ., ,, . . , , . , Reflections of light gave Southern a winter wonderland appearance. After one day, footprints marred the thin covering of white. un 'E52mIs.,, AP f. W gw-is-1 QYEE383 dd-uw sim ,. 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Sullivan received a plaque from Epsilon Nu Chapter for his 50 years of service to Kappa, Sigma. Millsap's Troubadours allow a pleasing break from the uswll wom- en's convocation. ? I students are able to broaden their environmental experiences. N w l 1 1 l 4 l I W ,, A 2 '-wr My WC? The lecture platform provides an opportunity for gathering knowledge in related areas. li. . 14 Rubel Phillips spoke to USM students on the timely topic of partisan politics. ei? Zig: 'E ,KX Q 3 ffiil, Whenever Southerns gather for rallies, spirit rais ' high. The Pride delighted Hattiesburg citizens young and old in rlmnntown parades. 'SC' ZYN Vik! -pf--4 Whether it be the bearer of a spirit sign or the dipper of chocolate ripple ice cream, students find pleasure in being together. 47. S ss ., Ni! xwf MN 'HU X Xxx sem was XWQ . Y X an There's always one in every crowd. f3IIZ 4' . ,nv-N . 'lp all vs- -.'F'19lQ7-vff Y R. V- 4 5 - Hifi! H: E lx K as Near the campus, students find the perfect place for dessert. Hamburgers supplement the diet betwee 'uv' H5 'fir' -I N alll' E 'fp ,, -- I n trips to the Commons. ,. - 7 .N AA V M X Mew Carwashes, parties, contests, fashion shows, and giVC-21-WHYS provide an outlet for social and service projects iuf l 1- fn M K , X ff 7, K V. if A f M, Car washes are a favorite means of organizations to raise money. Clues to it WMSU contest kept Sontherners listening late to the campus station. Chi Omegais Halloween party for retarded children was another community project for USM. Law' fl The Communications Department formed its own production company for mass media experience. 'au 1 ew WWA Q 'f , .s.... f"XX Y ' 'ini zu LY 'ef Campus packets helped students save money mt those necessary necessities. A Panhellenic-sponsored fashion show included the latest styles . . , and short skirts. Alpha Lambda Delta and the Druids initiated foreign stu- dents into the mystic customs of an American Halloween. Q ...A WI' M4-.....w , W9 i ' X ' ' - , ' ' 4, 4w.,,,...WNwM, 'M NWA' "4 ff! 2151 1 , ' My ,. - ' 5 7 K f ff ,X M ,Macaw f The campaigns are imaginative and original . . . Www- WMM M 'WN , wage ,K ...Q Rv ii,, ,A The parties are kooky aww! crazy . . and the friendship is warm and wonderful. A helluva predicament is par for the cours 46 ...sk 4.195 ,J an L C A girl may tempt ,M ,QM-5?.w,.Q..m,,,-n . 5, , , X X X ,,,?,k7,,!hg , 2, e z ' X 1 3 5 2 ' I S 2' 7 V f I 7 f ' t ' 1 , ' ., 2. i ' S W ,Jan--V e ' . T A ' 4 ' ' W, -Z A boy 'may ignore . . . but togethev-'ness is the rule, not the exception, X M' X 4 'X .ff-am. aj emrvf .um-sv' 47 for USM. naw' f k I Catering service to dofrms of local merchants. The rain coat disappeared from the campus except on rainy days, thanks to WAB rule changes ,-. s, The best portion of a good man's life is his little nameless, unremembered acts of kindness and of love. -William Wordsworth , .,a . 3 ."f' Azj:-i P ng N - ,rw ren T V V ft W 9p0uf Of, QMYXWM lt, w W x X , .X , - f 1 F , W. :IX X. Q 1 X w f il.. 4, .1 j , 1 .gp 1 ,pl ..-1 1-A ,-,-gr: 1 1"l up J'1.!,'- ,-fl M, 1'.,jf 'J 'Ax- a , ,. u ,L J' lf If U -f A , tl wr, 1 1 fx --' 'a 'i .I ,.i . fx 4 , .. -H -ui. 1 .: - 1 an -.K . 'h 'sh 1 :seq 4 . . r f . i ia ,. 'H F . 1 V 1 3. ff.-4-: ' -ew L33 4 -I . wi Ari! 7 535144-': ' 1 'V 'ir' V ' ,A-L: F 3? Qfftg .0 . v.!r J'-5225155 ' -ff? :Ez - ' rl .'!'...,..,. . gh l ,.::g,,..L.' ,ZS . an.. ,gg -.x!,. u 5 e- wp. -. 3' ':..- ",L., 1 . Q:- 1' 1 I 1 il iii' -ff? -, +3 1 ep . f if 7.9: 2? Q - f'1.:,.:,.E-'J 1 Q ' 5 -s 33" ,- twin-.:--.--' ' g If ' -3-' ': lf':"11:,5' - 2 J ' F-7,2 ' I di '1'l'ff if . ' I 54 ' 1"-'Y' Ls? 1 1' .eg.f' A.: :."'..'1-: ny, . 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J- , 1 .. 1:1 J.. , e ,, :.:. 5 - -: 1, lf '-.g- i U ' f 'l 1 rl ' f."'I'1 K 1 - ' ' ' 3 4 , , ...ig X' ' 'Q .5 -a , .. 4 gd.. tl , . - - o 1- H- . ., - 3, .- - n '- , -1 1" .2 . ' 1, 0 o ' ., mg 8 ,bf-P 4' ' i A . u 3 Y 'A l' . -, 9 ,. , . ME. . . 5 ff. -'.5:?G 9 . fl ' - 5 5 ' 3551 7 . qv '3. A-'LS' ' ,-3 psig., . I , ., . 1-X .- A 5 Q.: -,yay , n N g A . . ' 4 7, as "5 3 L Q4 1 u -, L w, -11 ' f, .511 1 1 .- 1. N -- P - ' - 1' - .1 .2 5 A s N i iff i 1 Jiri: I . 5 In every community there are citizens ' who achieve an excellence of sorts for F xx which they are afforded appropriate rec- ognition. Southern may certainly claim its share of student leaders, exceptional beauties, and trained intellects. They are extraordinary in their abilities, their talents, their appearance, their accom- plishments. And their fellow students assume the responsibility of providing adequate praise and envy for their at- tainments. In the following pages we shall extend those who have been singled out to receive the highest honors South- ern students may bestow upon their own kind. In the future we may predict their 'continued goals of excellence and their untimate achievement thereof. W gpfhlf Of, Qwiiw' E 4 1 1 FEATURES J nn n MCM ll d't ,L-pq..-.ag-has ,- ..u..4.. A f X Miss USM ai' Chzmghss Mr. USM anncy izze on 'fl Q 5 'Nnl latgf l " . I ,' 'v Q 1, -1 Nb a.'.g' ' ad - - 45 . ' A 'Mf' 1 ,., " 1 f ' ,' ' ' 9 ff'l-qalxk .J.13 !',Y., sl 3 f h 1 ., if-S . .-,fc . ' 7 . ,. P g ' --gg'.. J1': .,",, ,Af A' .- ..sth :fb . -, ':..q - ' f4H"J-,',.- -. "X 4 3 .,u'ki'Q1- -vb ' ' 5 fu'-' .'A"w' 4' 7. 1 ' , G Q, ,th 'I f. :'- E r hx .I ' ' . 691 I ' .' - - '. vu nag'-ll ' -ri, " '- P 1 "-I H 5 . A-uv' -0- - i - r 5 kv-, -,, 5 . , Q- ' Z 5 5 Q V P If v Aviv ' ' ' ' ' -vas --L' ' 0 ,,-v-' .L ' r , 'YQ V 5 ' V559 . mi , an 'JM -4 ai 1 5 ' Q. S 55 'vb w-.us . -- , .'4 . w p , A ' " .a-up L - w -a . :...x ,, . 1-14.-D-5 .- ' ',a' 11 s 4,8 ' I I N I I Q 4 W xg 1 or Miss Southern Spring quarter is highlighted by the Miss Southern Pageant which is conducted by the second vice-president of the Student Government Association. This pageant adheres to the official Miss America Pageant with its talent, bathing suit, and evening gown competition. The winner of the pageant was Pat Chambliss, who went on to the state pageant to represent the University of Southern Mississippi as a top ten finalist. The pageant proves a thrilling experience for the talented hopefuls as well as presenting to the campus a night of enjoyment and anticipation. .lf ,Ss X : , I, 1' gli? s E E 1 1 , I i l ZA 'J i l i Pat CharnblLss and the four runners-up sparkle with happiness. Pat was also chosen by her competitors as Miss Congeniality. fx Sherry Ethridge Third Runner-up - 2 ina 5 A ? , ,, lj l A r Peggy Abshier n I First Runner-up 5 fi rf . X W. 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'F S- n .L cgznda fi-DICAQ arocyn f' rnasfrong izbrenvla fSPil'cAlely gKafAie ocaclner 70 QNQWCJ 130174240 l3ecL4y WAeaf jean QMQSGHACVVJ jo Brcyani weezie 0 Homecoming , We x' ,r mein 'W I .'7',' if ire fi fW4Z7U 2 Homecoming queen Pat Chambliss receives flowers from Presi dent McCain as John Turner, president of the Student Govern- ment Association, stands by with the queen's trophy. Linda Mann, Student Body Maid Brelon Hill, SGA First Vice-President Janice Bolton, Graduate Maid Carlton Turner, Class President Kathy Bishop, Sophomore Maid Danny Mitchell, Class President I 'I 15 ,,,..,... . Y 'Bt :shim - f----75 ,-W.m . '., v X,:':s Marilyn Skrmetta, Senior Maid l Mike Parker, Class President 9 SIM Sherrye Ethridge Junior Maid Mike Morris Class President X S5 F 5 Judi French, Freshman Maid Royce Foster, Class President lu- 'i f n E 5 4 J Sophovmores Fran Sullivan Gary Odom -Q, Z N Q , H MSN ai X ' X K W- W N ,K5 I N s 2 Xi ig ' ww-,Q f ri w S UR S :Wifi y 5 Class Favorites Seniors Donna Lee Fields Mike Parker Juniors Linda Amacker X Daye Brandon Freshmen Debbie Moore Keith Meyers Fraternity Sweetheart Il Jo Ann Jussely Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart 2ElZ'iz2i.-ZQQLZQQQ-'Z Rosle Ray hf1Vik'ix3iL'i2m 'f Kappa Alpha Rose Princy Cook Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart at Penny Hale Pi Kappa Alpha Dreamgirl 75 3 x E 5 ,,..,wi,..,M i i 1 5 Q 9 I Y l i E w i R x 1 l Q 5 E Pat Cubley Phi Kappa Tau Sweetheart It . 1' A , QI 5? 1 C i J , ,. -, fi, va' sf? Us .. ,V ., sale . 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X fu' r' il' First BatiH1i0I'1 Second Battalion X s if s W va .-A-1 Carolyn Anderson Brigade Sponsor Drenda Spitchley Gail Dunigan Third Battalion Fourth Battalion Jeanette Craft, Diane Jones, Diane Anders, Ky Oakes, Pat Haley, Nancy Barneko, Linda Daws, Judi French, Brenda Talbert, Ann Brame, Fran Sullivan, Brenda McManus, Marsha Shuff. A it V5-'C ,W. , NES x':2x.. x MM 'ii Ni 53- 'V is All higher motives, ideals, conceptions, sentiments in a man are of no account if they do not come forward to strengthen him for the better dis- charge of the duties which devolve upon him in the ordinary affairs of life. -Henry Ward Beecher f 1' ' f If ,f , ,, ,- Z-f If 1 1 ' ,f if .f '5 I 4 cl," A ,'-I - ' if. ' - 1. Zj' . ' ,ff J, I .1 P-'I ,. .p 32.12 i 2 A ' f 1+ T. Q W Qpwf Of, QMKWM -111 Q , J.. E A6 l 1 x 1 A , E , 'J 2 W1 in 1 i T K W 3 U F 1" ! 1 11 'V V' P A X' Y- :P 1' X M ' ' N , 1 1 , w ' ' W 1 k U I , 1 , w , f I, w 1 H , 1, 1 u ,SU w M W v, :'aJv 4, - H 4 'N fx, ' ,ji Nl , , w Lui W ' ' A 1' f Fw ' i If H , 1 5 1 rw ? 1 1, M E is , ' " m , 't f 1 1 RYA W1 X 3 il mf Q 'X Eww' 'N ix w 3 'S Y W: 3.1 W 5' if lil' .1'. 1--. .VH -- 'F wi 1 'E ,I x "v Q f r 'IVA' U 'fifff -'IJ' ,Aff .1 I' 6 '-.pf A 4 Aff,-7. . I. v n .ll M41 . -- ' . .1 4- f .7 ,zz-I ' V' I ff- ,I - a 7 tj' I ,A ,f ,J A Although our ultimate drive must be toward the pursuit of knowledge and academic superiority, to gain the full benefits of our social existence remains a necessity. Many extracurricular activi- ties, of varied significance, exist in which each individual student is able to manifest his talents and his desires as a social being. He can contribute to the better- ment of the college community while, simultaneously, he also enriches his per- sonal life. The versatile citizen adjusts, enjoys, and appreciates his participation in society. These organizations--whether student government or a service organi- zation--serve as a training ground for the citizens of tomorrow, the collegiate students of today. , 77, ,,, X riff . A l D 9 1'--A ORGANIZATICNS ' 5 .., . , 'XJ' Patty Moore, honoraries editor Barbara IVBISOQI, Linda King t a Karen Corni l 1 A to Patti Winter Linda Countryman 1 Ellen McCurdie, Susie Goforth " ll student government editor A , Pat Blitch Brenda Tanner' o' f e Dorcell 'Russellg l'Blligi0flS Sandra Hicks Dianne McLemore Lyn 'i', All ix Marie Stauss, professional editor t Evelyn Creel " 1 Addie' Linda Kimble , susie :W " "L-7-Q' 'M X - f ii 5 What makes up an Honorary? People, of course-but people who as individuals realize that recognition conferred on them by a group is something more than a mark of distinction. It is an obligation to con- tinued leadership and citizenship on campus. Efficiency in collegiate activities, high scholastic achievements, an appreciation of fine arts and broad cultural interest, as well as good character, are the qualities possessed by a leader. The effectual and consistent use of these quali- ties creates an atmosphere of creditable achievement which is always an asset to any university. Southern takes pride in its students' ac- complishments. 81 O SEIIHVH 1 W 1 N 5. n bfwl 1 1 w , 1 5? E Robert Combs I Hall "' of Danny Bizzell Fame if f 'Yr Mm A f ,,----W rj, e ' f' 5 P' - 5 Q X . X S .ff R Q.,q , 1 fi i V: ' Beverly Dale 8 7. h....m,.,,... .. xx 2 X1 f X 5-Yi? E Q TQS X2 sgbkg - X S332 2? fi 2 N? 5 X' x Q5 253 W ' EE X 4 .Xi T? f X I X533 j :X 5 Q :MSS X , X X I 1 1 W 35 f is if if Ji .Q-:Z " il fi if' ' j x ,X N ips ' A XX SX? 2, rg! Fi :S "9 X 'X X X X I X X If X f W .W iff' f I ., , Mmmw, f , ' 'fi V Z' , Q X . V-mfg, lkmla Q My M fg, 7 fn J, r f 4 ,' y L f l, ' ,, Q, , y 2 ,fr ji w A O -.mm www ' W ' I V 1 X Vi "NW X V Vi X S , W- XX 'fffm 2 WL' ,,,,,, ,W M XX ,,zmj,, Q X ,gif ' Frances Gayle N imocks XX sg if ,SVN Thomas Fraschillo Marilyn Miller 83 X X X X X xg Phi Delta Rho Pat Chambliss president vm homzmry .fclaolarfhzp and leadership .rocieqy or Jembr wonumf Dean Ernestine Lawhon advisor Beverly Dale secretary -treasurer Linda Mann r mlm Q Mary Gayden Flowers vice-president Dr. Lena Gough E 1 U n i Jean Bizzell Linda Dickey Kay Boatman Sheila Prichard Taylor Frances Nimocks nl Sue Humphries Marilyn Miller A : ,..,....0-5 1 ,.,f"" ,asfff an ffl:-1 L i 5 1,1157 i85 Mary Anne Strahan Omicron Delta ,J gl Kappa " xv V '. , ,113 ' f f Ja ' --A' J' ll qs Not Pictured: , Q John Ashford John Hubbard Dr. Sidney E. Weatherford, Mr. Thomas T. Chisholm, Col. James E Echols, Dr. Rector R. Hardin. an bonormfy .fcbolmcflozp and leadenflaqn Henry Randazzo John Turner Pfesldem vice-president William Bounds Geoffrey Hartwig foczkgl for Jenzbr men ie' 47222 Wfffi 'C' yy' f w ...f j ' if I ' - vw 4, ff , ,, M' , fp I ' Brelon Hill William Lowrey treasurer .X i ' 1 , ' Q ' 2 , f ., . , 3 Q.. J V l Daniel Bizzell Thomas Fraschillo 86 i N x a ' ' ak 1 1 3, g,f1 5,9 M, N- Y V Roy Moore John TYVOU Joe Lott Warren Redden Thomas Wickliffe Robert Combs Byron Bracewell i fr!-9 Delmas Crisp N E 1 w James Williamson Roger Poulos Frank Cain 87 E? I X Allee Whidden A. E l i Brian Hinman Roger D. Poulos Gulfport Biloxi Student Court Justice Pi Sigma Epsilon President Henry Randazzo Biloxi Student Court Chief Justice .. N Whois VVho Among Students in Amerian Colleges and Universities Kay Boatman Hattiesburg Delta Delta Delta Vice-President James E. Brumfield B. George Bufkin Pascagoula Columbia Rho Epsilon President American Chemical Association Student Chairman X ,a s v Q vw - af ' Henry E. Brown, Jr. Pat Chambliss Petal Mobile Phi Eta Sigma Senior Advisor Miss USM Gary Silbernagel Clinton Beta Beta Beta President 88 W,,,,,..,, ,h,,,, A. Linda Gray Dickey Magee Chi Omega Pledge Trainer Frances Nimocks Carol Hart Wentworth Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Student Government Chi Omega Treasurer Association 2nd Vice-President Mary Anne Stl-ahan Louis Nazareth Rhodes, Jr. Collins Mendenhall Freshmen Counselor USM Band President 1967 Thomas Vincent F raschillo Clarksdale USM Band President 1968 89 sf. I 3 ,I 'J g . 1 A A -if I 1 2 z 1' RM W 552- fe, C. BFElOI1 JF. Frances Stone St. Petersburg, Fla. Hattiesburg Student Government Honors Program Association lst Vice-President Robbie Robertson Pinkerton Frnklin, Tenn. Womens' Affairs Board Treasurer 'i i Y' Y ' ' i f ' tri, 2 iz l 'QM Sf .Mil S C? Q ,gi 1 LQ S ax 1 Z 3 Carol ANTI BSYUS Warren Redden Prentiss Gulfport Panhellenic Council President Hguging Daniel Bizzell Pensacola, Fla. Student Government Association President 1966 Marilyn Marie Miller Brenda Wilson Vicksburg Baton Rouge, La. Chi Omega President Chi Omega Vice-President Donna Lee Field Fluker, La. Dixie Darling Senior Captain Linda Mann Beverly Dale Jackson Hattiesburg Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta President Pledge Trainer Ann Kennedy Hattiesburg Home Economics Club President go Si' X A N 3 ,TT 'gn 4? ' Y: if l r Mary Gayden Flowers Donald Ross MacDonald Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Student Court Justice Distinguished Military Student Thomas David Gillaspy Martha Carolyn Booth Monticello Natchez Sigma Alpha Epsilon Secretary Kappa Omicron Phi President George F. Wright Jerry Tharp Broomall, Pa. Hattiesburg Delta Sigina Pi President ROTC Brigade Commander ..1'a-"half Ml N" 7 ID Lane G. Haskew Cecilia M. Smith Jackson Carthage Alpha Epsilon Alpha President State M,H.E.A. College President ' 'TWH Q ,.f' ,11- ,ff 4 Zi MY ' 13 1.1 si. 4"s:?. sk 24.4 Pl Alpha Lambda Delta 'vlvff lxxf 51 -.ffq 'S ii: "AMA i2llIf' 6l ycbolmtic honorary .foczlfljf for f1fefl9me1z women Martha Jo Bryant president Dorothy Gammell vice-president Linda King secretary Beth Roberts treasurer Kathy Bishop historian Emmy Lowrey editor Frances Stone senior advisor Mrs. Linda McDaniel faculty advisor Pamela Allen Patricia Ashley Carolyn Barber Lynn Berry Kathleen Blackburn Sharon Brown Dianne Bynum Frances Byrd Brenda Cooper Cheryl Craft Betty Dacus Linda Dobbs Margaret Eager Ann Freeman Beth Gibson Elaine Grafton Linda Grimsley Theresa Gunter Nancy Harmon Martha Harrell Merida Hathorn Sandra Hernbloom Sharyn Hutchinson Linda Ivy Mimi Jeffery Mary Toni Ladner Dorothy Lees Jean Lewis Sally Lewis Pamela Leike Nancy Lloyd Janice Lonnborg June McCaskill Carolyn McLaughlin Emily McMahan June Meadows Helen Miller Patricia Moore Susan Moore Eleanor Murray Carolyn Nix Nancy Partridge Gloria Porter Lynda Richardson Meredith Richmond Frances Robinson Rita Rowzee Nancy Ryan Dana Sellier Libby Sills Elizabeth Smith Marie Stauss Patsy Stewart Vivian Thompson Roxanne Tyvoll Sandra Vanlandingham Deatra Waller Sandra Whitmore Cheryl Wilgar Desma Fillingame Linda Wright I l i I 5, i l 1 5 l lt I r 1 1 i 1 I i r i E 4 i It l l l l r i , 1 . i Phi Eta Sigma an bonomry fcholmtzk Robert Combs president Geoffrey Hartwig vice-president William Marshall secretary-treasurer Richard Fuller historian Henry Edgar Brown, Jr senior advisor Carl Aycock Claude Bass Michael Beard Olivar Byrd Donald Clark Tommy Conn Thomas Dunn Danny Dunnaway John Ellis foczkly for freflamen men Robert Gilbert Wayne Hughes Donny Lawson Harry Lewis William Mayfield William McCandless Chester Morgan Harry Murphy Joseph O'Keefe Ernest Phillips Martin Pope Douglas Rouse Walter Stevens James Thrash Frank Aderholdt Sterling Brown Richard Fuller James Golmon William Guy James Hethcox Ronald Johnson John Jones William Marshall James Pledger Clifton Ratcliff Larry Rigby Frank Riggs Ronald Rollison Cscar Sipes Bruce Smythe Jeffry Solomon Frederick Strange Richard Tilley . Druids an honorary Joczkgf for outfmnding .roplaomore women Linda Dobbs president Ellen McCurdie vice-president Jo Bryant secretary Ann Grove treasurer Kathy Bishop Kathleen Blackburn Judy Lynn Field Madelyn Giuffria Nancy Harmon Sherry Hutchinson Linda King Emmy Lowrey Jane Murray Patty Perkins Beth Pittman Merry Richmond Betty Ann Rimer Susan Stevenson Pamela Walker Beta Gary Silbernagel president David Gillaspy vice-president Harriet MacGil1 secretary Dr. Peter Stocks sponsor Lional Eleuterius Becky Fuller Alpha Wayne Catle tt president Elizabeth Patterson vice-president Martha Gibbs secretary Mrs. Mary Ellis Dr. Gilbert F. Hartwig Harry S. Kaufman Dr. Raymond Manonni Beta gjh David Hardin Dr. Lawrence Zillmer Wade Hoffpauir Clark Hudson 21 K. Kandaswamy Fred Rendfrey . T G Sarphie ,ll 'll . . 'Hi' .1 . ll ful . iff Arthur Thorpe X 3 5 i Robert Welford '50-9"J an honorary .fociely for an honorary fraternizy hzology ftudentf for dramatzk ftualntr I Lynn McMahan president Wayne Grayson vice-president Geoffrey Hartwig secretary Shirley Jones M Al h treasurer P a J. F. Walker, Ph.D. advisor Epsilon Delta K'- N, Qin, .W Q1 .13 . n all -ht AVA. J Ina f-' n jlnr4 l fa 'X 'QW 9, 1. , ,. 172 231' Wx L' Ahqpa - Ebwfxntfj an honorary fraternigf for pre-medzkal .ftualentf Patsy Chance Celeste Glisson Cheryl Goodwin Pat Hammons David Hardin Larry LeBlanc Johnny McCann Gary Silbernagel Ann Stahler Arthur Thorp 94 Lambda Iota Tau an internalzorzal honorary .roczkfly for literature ftudentf Kappa Mu Epsilon 9 llc Robert Combs president Karen Ratcliff vice-president June Bailey secretary Karen Laird treasurer Mary Brown Dorothy Carter Joan Combs Judy Conklin Delmas Crisp Rose Francis B. J . Hornsby Ada Lucy Lou Mabry Betty Nazary Frances Nimocks Alice Price Sheila Prichard Sandra Rickner Edward Roper John Turner me- 3 zz national honorary fraternigf for rnzztlaematzk .ff1fldK7lLf Phi Kappa Phi Dr. John H. Allen president Miss Frances Nimocks vice-president Dr. Charles W. Moorman corresponding secretary Dr. Martin Stegenga secretary-treasurer Robert Combs Beverly Dale Margaret Peden Cecelia Smith Frances Stone Mary Ann Strahan John Tyvell the blgbffl honorary .fCh0ll1.ffZb' fraterrzigl on Southern? Ctliflflplflj' Carol Whetstone president Melinda Sample vice-president Betty Singley secretary-treasurer Nancy Barker Nancy Bearden Elizabeth Fry Donna Ginn Cheryl Hardy Earl Johnson Gordon Kelly Terry Lambert Bill Lowrey Henry Randazzo Virginia Smith Robert Stanley Jacq Lynn Jones Beth Roberts Scabbard and Blade on honorary 10612131 for milimry .rtudentf Jerry Tharp Captain James Brumfield First Lieutenant Warren Redden Second Lieutenant William Burke First Sergeant Major Jesse Edwards ROTC Advisor Dr. Arthell Kelly Faculty Advisor Robert Alexander Henry Brown Ronnie Buxton John Campbell Alan Hinson Ronnie Holmes Bryce Judy William Lawson Wayne Lochbaum Jerome Madison James McCardle James McCartney Thomas McClellan Wayne Merritt Torn Moody Lewis Palumbo Douglas Smith Arthur Thorp John Tinnie Thad Vann Ray Vaughn Kappa Kappa Psi fT,'ffi grgfflf e 1, warg. , ll -- L TEX fly! l7'N 9' vw -fm tx u .QNX ,f ri rruixufl oz notional honorary fraterrzizjl for band ftudents William Dollarhide president Charles Gemeinhardt vice-president Richard Gilpin secretary Gary Fuller treasurer Raymond G. Young sponsor Peggy Adams sweetheart Henry Apperson Mark Balius John Blakeney Raymond Cox Charles Crum Jack Emerson Tom Fraschillo James Lippincott George Merlini Wayne Murphy Louis Rhodes Wilburn Rigdon Webster Rowan Oscar Sipes Robert Steele Pi Gamma Mu H 1 12 Q . ' "U" an laonomry fmternigl for .facial fcienfe .rtudentf Gold Key Society an laonomry .f0CZ.6'0l for James R. Williamson president Robert F. Steele vice-president Dr. Leon Wilbur secretary Dr. John Burrus advisor Tommy Adkins Barbara Brown William Chancellor Mrs. Harriet Dorland Raymond Gonzales Peggy Hicks Jerry Murff William Nelson Candace Brannon Ozerden David Payne Edward Roper Michael Smythe Richard Thompson Joanne Turner Allee Whidden Billy Marshall president Frank Riggs secretary John Turner advisor Tommy Bizzell Bob Cote Mark Eubanks Jim Hethcox Billy Roberts Alan Sipes Bruce Smythe pntxtanding freshmen and l l l Joploomore men 5 I Phi Alpha Theta an loonomry fmternily for lnirtory student! Sam Brown president Robert Steele vice-president Susan Patterson secretary Clois Aycock treasurer William K. Scarborough faculty advisor John R. Skates assistant faculty advisor Henry Black Frank Cain William Coker John Dorland Robert Dubay Sara Green Brian Hinman Judy Honeycutt John James Arthur Lackey Bernadette Loftin Dan Pittman Charles Smith William Taylor Larry Thornton James Tinsley John Turner Alee Whidden Russ Williams James Williamson Robert Young Pi it Delta X Frances Stone president Linda Welch vice-president Melrose Burns secretary-treasurer Mrs. Sarah Johnson advisor Lynn Bishop Del Crisp W. D. Felsher Kappa Giovanni Fontecehio Irene Frohman Maria Iannuzzi Martha Booth president Brenda Wilson vice-president Ann Kennedy secretary Rebecca Hollingsworth treasurer Janice Adams J oye Bounds Janice Campbell Lorraine Garner Mary Hanson Charlene Robinson W. D. McCain Twila Sheldon Irene Murray Cecilia Smith Alice Price Diane Stringer an honorary .roczkgf an bonomry 50612292 for forezlgn language ftudemtf for home economzk ftudenty Jerry Murff president Frank Hood vice-president Dr. Kenneth Grubbs secretary Harriet Dorland Omicron treasurer D 1 Dr. Joseph A. Green, Jr. 6 ta Kie Wook Lee 1 Epsilon Dr. D. C. Williams, Jr. 6171 b01'l0l'fl1f'y IOCJFUI f0T l'C07l01'l11.L' .fl1fIfIL'1lf.f 98 Kappa Delta Pi an honorary 1066391 for educatzbn ftudentf William Poirier president Mrs. Jorja Turnipseed vice-president Brenda Wilson secretary Mrs. Earl Cooley treasurer Betty Alexander Frances Allen Arnold Ashburn Bennie Baron Anna Barron Carol Bass Mary Ann Carmichael Virginia Caudill Mrs. Joan Combs Donna Conerly Janet Davis Linda Dickey Ronald Dubois Delmas Crisp Larry Felty Helen Fergusen Linda Garrard Charlene Haden Mary Hall Mrs. Eileen Hollomon Judy Honeycutt Sue Humphries Anette Johnson Faye Kersh Gene Kochtitzk John LeBlanc Walter Lewis John Lorton Mrs. Lynn McDowell Marilyn Miller Robert Miller Lawrence Neswick Frances Nimocks Mrs. Mamie Nobles Ronald Noland David Payne Kathie Poole Barbara Porch Susan Primeaux Frederick Rendfrey Cicely Reynolds Wanda Richardson Sharon Scruggs Sharon Scruggs Mrs. Sandra Sinnot Cecilia Marie Smith Clyde Stevens Mrs. Jane Stirtzinger Frances Stone Donald Tannehill Mrs. Hope Waite Carol Wentworth Brenda Wilson Janice Archer Tau Beta Sigma vb 4214 all ' x I 1 Q Q 1' . 1 f. xi 1 , L E f ' .!l,, t ' ww fljfuff . L, l " ' ll a natzonal honorary fraternigf for hana' women P si Ch i Sue Blankenship president Sybil Marty vice-president Frances Brignac secretary Carol Boutwell treasurer Peggy Adams Martha Booth Laura Burlingame Pamela Cook Wilma Darnaver Barbara Diggs Lucia Fisher Barbara Grifliths Sandra Hernbloom Marilyn Ladner Dorothy Leach Nancy Lloyd Kristine Mangold Sharon McCraney Sandra Moon Louise Nuckols Linda Rusling Kathryn Russell a natzonal honorary foczbgz Pi Omega Pi 0 11: wglrfa an honorary soczkly for hu.fz'nw.f educatzon stuckntr president Donald Mathorne vice-president Paulette Boone secretary-treasurer Morton H. Rabin advisor Charles Alcorn William Bache, III Lloyd Bourgeois Louis Buckalow Thomas Glennon for psychology ftuafntr 100 Niki Soderquist president Frances Roberson vice-president Diane Mosley secretary Mary Robertson treasurer Miss Evelyn Ewell sponsor Mabel Baldwin Dr. Anelle Bonner Mrs. Colleen Cameron Pam Canfield Suzanne Fletcher Dianne Hayden Linda Hinton Mrs. Anna Kelley Mrs. Carolyn Lewis Cecily McDonald Frances Reck Mrs. Gloria Taylor Peyton Greaves Lee K. Hildman Richard J emison Bennett Jennings Brenda Jordan Kay Killam Wayne Merritt William J. Mitchell Thomas Narut Claudia Neergaard Sharone Newman Candace Ozerdon Halil Ozerdon Katherine Robertson Rev. Ronald Robinson Sam Steven I Sarah Wright The Student Government Association is the all-encompassing means by which the individual student is able to express himself, his disap- provals, his solutions to the problems of the university community. Many times much is gained in this process of self-government. A stu- dent may learn of life and contribute to his well-being simultaneously. The individuals, who serve as the organ of the Student Government Association, are the servants of their constituents. They perform a service to their fellow students and, consequently, provide an atmos- phere of interwoven responsibility wherein an understanding between the students and the administration is attained. IOI lS lfgl HH SSVL EI OILVI s iaxxs - x KL Ui if Qixygf Si A Q3 Ri? The Legislative sv ww sawn... .mm ffwmfvf' Senate Officers: Karl Mertz, Vice-Presidentg Danny Mitchell, Presidentg Elaine Rahajm, Secretary. Senators listen attentively as SGA President Turner delivers his State of the University message at the beginning of the quarter. ,229 55,79 vi ,Lg 4 , School-minded Senators Bob Cote I Forrest Countyj and Jim Trest IBond Hallj pitch in at election time to help procedure run smoothly. New Senate committees enable Elaine Rahaim fPanhellenicj, Butch Gordon fElam Armsj, Ben Mathews fElam Armsl, and Mary Serafin fParvhellenicQ to delve more deeply into student problems. Vwifv-iv-nm M...- Q V . .3 .La i mi? C Vw vfgg, 'F UE ...- ma' USM is recognized throughout the South for having a student government that is highly functional and one that serves its students in an unquestionably beneficial manner. The primary purpose of student government is to serve as a training ground for democratic citizen- ship and leadership development. The structure of our student government is similar to that of our national I government, with the balance of power in the hands of the student. All three branches of the student government have experienced changes in the past year enabling them to operate more smoothly and efficiently and better serve the student body. Reorganization and reapportionment have been the key consequences of Senate action. Senators are now elected by dormitories rather than from their classes, and a new committee system reaches outside the Senate to encompass the entire student body. Reorganization also hit the Men's Affairs Board, active for the first time in years, and the Publications Board. Improvements in the executive branch have led to the abolition of the President's Cabinet and the ap- pointment of a number of chairmen, each of whom has responsibilities in a particular area. NSR lrf Student Government elections encompass every student on campus, whether he be voter or campaigner. Student Government officers alone cannot do the monumental task of running the government smoothlyg efficiency results when all members of the student body contribute their talents. 107 Women's Affairs Board. Seated: Pie Payne, Judy Lightsey, Historian, Merle Martindale, Treasurerg Susie Uzzle, Secretary, Sue Beth Richmond, Guneria Parr, Frances Nimocks, Presi- dent. Standing: Donna Adkins, Cheryle Covington, Ann Grove, Student Affairs Board The Men's Affairs Board and the Women's Affairs Board are the governing bodies for men and women students on the campus. The Men's Affairs Board is presided over by the First Vice-President of the Stu- dent Government Association and consists of the Presi- dents and Vice-Presidents of the menis residence halls and two off-campus representatives. The Women's Af- Men's Affairs Board. Seated: Bob Cote, Secretary, Danny Mitch- ell, Jim Trest, Brelon Hill, President. Standing: Ellis Hill, Tom Barbara Graham, Brenda Talbert, Susan Scott, Susie Witters, Patricia Marling, Donna Nealy, Laura Bulingame, Martha Booth, Jeannie Gillespie, Babs Canning. fairs Board is made up identically with the Second Vice-President of the Student Government presiding. The Boards have the major responsibilities of estab- lishing policies in regards to University students and reviewing all disciplinary cases appealed to them from the dormitory councils. Mills, Rob Ford, Rod Windham, Johnny Johnson. Not Pictured: Bubba Morton, Dave Brennan, Joel Holiiield, Gary Fortinberry, Doug Burnett, Bill Donahue. . hi W. 7 Sanders, David Thomas, Richard Booker, Neal Stow, Jerry A .. ,.. Z Ar -in .J 'fry M, . If , . Q, 'fa 1 ' 4 ax G lm: 9 5- """ gf .4 X r M' if , . 1 x 5 i S.U.S.G.A. This year the Annual Conference of the Southern Uni- versities Student Government Associations Was held in Biloxi, Mississippi with the University of Southern Missis- sippi serving as the host University. This was the third time in the history of SUSGA that Southern had served in this capacity. The purpose of SUSGA is to provide an opportunity for student leaders to exchange ideas and experiences from I X Z their respective campuses. By conducting discussion ses- sions on such topics. as student elections, religious activities, campus entertainment, orientation programs, student gov- ernment structure, and teacher evaluation, each university was able to better resolve their problems. 'll f W 5. ff Tiff 'fm 2 1 ' . ,4,,,s- is , I' r,,.'!QV -., V -ws . lt .ft giffn ' 'A ' mi' 'qui vi A I 'S 'f' i . -H A " Mf g? l i Q i I 5 - 4 ry ,JDJ-l Q- . lm, I Y X4 x s - 1 ' 'gs X Luther Horton, 1967-1968 President of SUSGA, addresses delegates at luncheon. One of many entertainments featured at SUSGA was the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Other entertainment groups were The Platters, The Cryan Shames, and The Town Criers. 109 X1 In-coming SUSGA President Neal Wade greets news commentator Harry Reasoner who spoke at the Conference. if fig A r ff " ? As a non-policy making and non-legislative organi- zation, SUSGA exists solely to serve the suidents of the south and to assist student leaders of its member insti- tutions to better serve their own student bodies. ,Jus pqgoii ngllfl :ann l"Q,i3 zilfll s"": isiwlln ia""f' W tl' ' 5 in 1, A in I "l,g..l'.':v I Q. fig. fl.: 5 5 Q. l .5 i C ,sg .ii 5 5 - Q 1 -38 "2-viii' 1 afxbin M.. 'Wi 5 E 5 e l i 7 . Luther Horton presents the annual Frank Allen Cain award for the outstanding state chairman to Conrad Slate of Tennessee. This trophy is presented each year in honor of Frank Cain who had served as Vice-Chairman of SUSGA. !!Hi!lIH!l!I1Hl Seated: Ellen McCurdie, Thomas Wickliffe, Kathy Bishop, Bo Pollman, Linda Amacker, Danny Mitchell, Chairman, Brian Hinman, Philip Voss, Katherine Sutherland, Brenda Wilson, Barbara Lewis. llO Mississippi Intercollegiate Council The universities and colleges in Mississippi have established the Mississippi Intercollegiate Council QMICJ to' provide a forum for discussing common problems of student government associations. The Council which meets bi-annually also encompasses separate divisions for women student government and the student press. Last spring Southern hosted the conference Where Richard G. Sternes, International Affairs Vice-President for the National Student As- sociation, discussed current student turmoil on cam- puses. Nami, G19 NIJ' MIC Speakers Richard G. Sternes and Lindy Martin, Execu- tive Secretary of SUSGA, found Southern students with varied opinions concerning national affairs. SUSGA National Spirit 85 Sportmanship Workshop The SUSGA National Spirit 8z Sportsmanship Work- shop is a national Workshop for the training of college and university cheerleaders and persons associated with school spirit. Held annually at the University of Southern Mississippi, the Workshop is in its second year and has three hundred plus delegates represent- ing half of the United States and some eighty colleges and universities from California to Pennsylvania. With every college and university in the United States being eligible to send representatives to the Workshop, this is the only all-collegiate workshop in the United States. SUSGA is the only regional stu- dent government organization in the United States with a national activity. ' -A" We 1-gg Presidenfs Advisory Committee 8 5 In memory of M I .fllifggz In C J wwf M up if 'Y Seated: Dean Lawhon, Dean Switzer, Marilyn Miller, President McCain. Standing: Horace Dickerson, C. O. Smalling, Frances Gayle Nimocks, Mike Morris, Connie Lou Riley, Dean Allen. -6 " , Za W , , i l s. i ' s N In any university there exist, for the purpose of gaining adequate experience at the college level, organizations relating to the many professions students enter. These organizations adapt their programs to the design of career pursuant to their members. With adequate professional training, the organizations allow themselves social and university activities which enrich their participation as a citizen of the university community. 113 Hd :I SH IS H 'I I Z lV S I Business Fraternit Council First Row: Kenny Litton, G. G. Moses. Second Row: Bill Kloss, Dr, Joseph H. Clements, James F. Shows, Lee Lorang, Richard Sharon Scruggs, Linda Pierce, Secretaryg Don Burkett, Vice- Moran. President, Ken Jordan, President, Dean Green. Third Row: hi Chi Theta First Row: G. G. Moses, Drenda Spitchley, Betty Ann White, Sharon Lynn Scruggs, Lynn O'Donnell, Treasurer, Pam Can- field, President, Lynn Cox, Vice-President, Mary Annette Oden, Secretary, Barbara Ann Davis, Susan Claire McBride. Second Row: Mary LaNe1le Stubblefield, Carolyn Lynn Wolfe, II at I Diane Louise Mosely, Linda Brooks, Rita Runnels, Jo An Hymel, Medora Poole, Dr. Rector Rittardin, Faculty Advisor, .Pam Stubbs, Karen Fairley, Virginia Ann Williams, Linda Pierce, Sandy Weigle, Charlotte Hailey, Linda Frierson. Society for Advancement of Management The Society for the Advancement of Management is the national organization of management for people in industry, commerce, government and education. S.A.M. conducts and promotes scientific studies of the principles of organized effort in industrial and eco- nomic life. This aim is achieved through research, dis- cussion, publications, and other appropriate means. fi ii "Z ,asv-"' The Management student often stays late after class to check his records on the latest fiscal problem. Jerry Reeves, Faculty Advisor, Ronald G. Smith, Treasurer, Shirley L. Yeager, Vice-Presidentg Ken Jordan, Presidentg Ronald L. Singby, Corresponding Secretary. Not Pictured: Tommy McRae, Recording Secreatary. First Row: Thomas McRae, Ronald G. Smith, Bill Kloss, Shirley Roberto Salinas, Roy Moore, Lyle Crews, Jack Wade, Stewart L. Yeager, Douglas Stone, Wilson Smith, Ned Shaw, Larry Ramsay, Gerald Gilmore, James Wicker. Third Row: Ronald Kern, Norman Rocke, James J. Evans, III, Rod Breland. Second Singly, Wade Gentry, Dale W. Farrior, Paul F. Wimberly. Row: Jerry Reeves, Jose A. Ramos, James Softon, Ken Jordan, II Pi Sigma Epsilon .1 -. ' First Row: John Douglas Stone, Arnold Jackson, Ronald Jack- son, Ken Woodruff, Jacque Posey, David H. Hughley, Roger Poulos, James F. Shows, Richard P. Moran. Second Row: Walter L. Deusch, Warren T. Gillis, Zenith Rickey Rose, Milton Reid Rushing, Jr., Jack Douglas Ward, Wayne Bullock, Aldon Wayne Thornton, Joe E. Crawford, John Richardson, John G. Curren, Joseph P. Ware, James G. Monsour, Johnny Delta Chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon, a national pro- fessional fraternity in marketing, sales management, and selling, is in its fifteenth year at Southern. Its purpose is to create a collegiate brotherhood of men who are interested in the advancement of marketing, sales management, and selling as a profession. Pi Sigma Epsilon was founded in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1951, by Mr. Lloyd L. Antle. Since then Pi Sigma Epsilon has grown to more than forty chapters across the United States. F. McCage, Ralph Herman Herrin, Jr., Fred B. Stephens. Third Row: Walter Thomas Pennington, Kenneth U. Darriel, Michael David Moreland, Bobby Wayne Runnels, Richard Douglas Jerkens, Donald Jackson, Delos A. Simmons, Michael Connely Boyd, Richard Ray Keeton, Lewis Anthony Palumbo, Herbert Barnes Evans, Jr., Andy M. West, William Alex Parks, Frank J . Ruspali, Terry Wayne Cress.. Q-J One of the many diversified activities of Pi Sigma Epsilon includes float-building for the annual Homecoming Parade. Officers: John Douglas Stone, Historian, Ronald Jackson, Sec- retaryg Roger Poulos, President, James F. Shows, Vice-Presi- dent, David H. Hughley, Recording Secretary. Second Row: Ken Woodruff, Sergeant at Armsg Richard Moran, Treasurerg Arnold Jackson, Publicity Chairman. 116 Southwestern Executive Sale Club First Row: D. P. Smith, Secretaryg Steve Sims, Presidentg Gene Robert Smith, Leslie Dunn, Kenny Alman, Chip Edmonson, Stewart, Jack Honea, Larry Lambert, Treasurer, John Blak- Fred Aycock, Doby Robinson, Buddy Keen, Nelson Pritchett, ney, Gene Trillo, Ben Carlisle, Arnold Jackson. Second Row: Bob Cullefer, Rob Saxon, Vice-President, Robert Gambrall. Astronom Club 'FF' Sealed: Ron Blacklidge, Fran Sullivan, Eddie, Payne, Jim Reed, Jack Quinn, Dr, Dudley, Advisor, Wayne Merritt, David Culberson, Wayne Lochbaum. Standing: Judy Staples, Mike Wheeler, Bill Chancellor. 117 Delta Sigma Pi . em 'QW' QQ! Front Row: Charles Waldrop, Jerry Reed, Ed Ryder, Lee Lo- rang, Ken Litton, Cheryl Cyr, Don Burkett, George Wright, Doug Daughdrill, Robert Touchstone, Dewey Sadka. Second Row: Dr. Joseph H. Clements, Enrique Limbert, John Keith, Donald Kuehn, Greg Edwards, Denny Shows, Ray Allen, Brad Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities, to en- courage scholarship, social activity and the associ- ation of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice, to promote closer affiliation be- tween the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. .,. 5, ., gb xx wig i Castleberry, John Thomas, Harry Turpin, Larry Kern. Third Row: Roy N. Moore, Paul Wimberly, Kenneth K. Kothmann, Harold Lapeyrouse, Vincent Jesse, Thomas L. Brock, Ben B. Mathews, Ray Hunter, Norman L. Roche, Jerry L. Tharp. Not Pictured: Tommy E. Rose. Advice from the Dean is digested and stored in the minds of future business leaders for the day when they will be found in Commerce. Officers, Front Row: Don Burkett, First Vice-President, Cheryl Cyr, Rose, George Wright, Presidentg Ken Litton, Second Vice- President. Second Row: Jerry Reed, Secretaryg Ed Ryder, Treas- urerg Doug Daughdrill, Historiang Leland R. Lorang, Chancellor, Dr. Joseph H. Clements, Faculty Advisor. Alpha Epsilon Alpha is an honorary accounting fraternity which was formed to create a common meet- ing ground between practitioners, theorists, and stu- dents of the professional field of accounting. Lane Haskew served as president of the organization this year in leading the members to a better understanding of the ethics, laws, and regulations governing the prac- tice of accounting. First Row: Betty Dacus, Teresa Lawrence, Barbara Davis, Bettye Markette, Barbara Powell, Judy Richmond, Beth Ed- mondson, Ellen Little, Linda Pierce, Jane Jordan, Anita Robin- son, Jane Chamberlain. Second Row: Gary Rhymes, Jerry Reed, David Hollingworth, Bobby R. Myers, Baron W. Thames, Bill Bainter, Don Shields, Tommy Slater, Danny Evans, Earl ll Alpha Epsilon Alpha Officers: Linda Pierce, BFC Representative, Don L. Shield, Treasurer, Hayward G. Anderson, Faculty Advisor, Lane G. Haskew, President, Tommy D. Thornton, Vice-President, Bar- bara Davis, Secretary. Outstanding accounting students share their ideas and problems after their weekly fraternity meeting. Hensley, David Massey. Third Row: William F. Horne, Jr.. Sid Ewer, Pat McNulty, Michael Streng Dairg, Roy Patrick, Kenneth Smith, Stanley Jones, Bill Greer, David Graham. Fourth Row: Donald Ramsey, George F. Wright, Tommy D. Thornton, Aubrey L. Clooum, Sam Payne, Lane G. Haskew, Haymond G. Anderson, Faculty Advisor. Sigma Alpha Eta Q, 3 i 5 5 e ii Q E eg 25 4 IZ 6 , , -,B Front Row: John Ashford, Vice-President, Deenie Grubbs, man, Jane May, Catherine O'Cain, Michelle Ball, Mary Bush, Secretaryg Lynda Walley, Jon Deal, President. Second Row: Julie Davis, Kay Boatman. Anita Lenoir not pictured. Brenda Houston, Carole Ann Baylis, Linda Kellick, Hugh Bate- Student Mississippi Education Association Front Row: John Bryant, Parliamentariang RaymondH.LBCot,WW' Publicity, Ruthie Duncan, Social Chairman, Elaine Heider Treasurer, Marsha Landrum, Secretary, Kris Mangold, Vice- President, Lynda Noble, President. Second Row: Clarice Bon- nett, Donna Adkins, Barbara Graham, Linda K. Parsons, Caro- lyn Anderson, Dixie Holder, Dottie Terrell, Edna Moran Jeanne Emrick, Lynita Mars, Dinah Douglas, Virginia Smith Janet Sue Brady, Ella Ray Brown, H. B. Easterling. Third Row Gene Green, Carolyn Mirabile, Jean Kelly, Marilyn Kent, Dianne Pope, Jewel Sanderford, Donna Burt, Christine Chris- tensen, Sara Kelly, Joy Nixon, Laurie Elder, Ann Neely, D. Margaret Chesney. Fourth Row: Dianne Hayden, Cheryl Mitch- ell, Michelle Millet, Jannie Johnson, Ada Lucy, Rita Runnels, Virginia Ann Williams, Faye Jones, Martha Perry, Jane H. Crane, Betty Morgan, Chloe Walker, Virginia Hawkins. Fifth Row: Alvin L. Smith, Diana Betts, Sue Tucker, Frances Mc- Dowall, Ellwyn E. Peale, Jr., Rosa Lynn Jones, Doug Newman, Donald Johnson, Kathleen Jacobs, Wanda Loper, Howard Pat- ton, Linda D. Welford, Linda L. Kimble, Hugo W. Walton. Home Economics Club 3 X 3 , First Row: Susan Buckley, Marietta Jane McRae, Shirley Wil- liams, Elaine Fisher, Miss Lynell Brister, Advisor, Ann Ken- nedy, Presidentg Dea Hanson, Secretary, Jeanne Gillespie, Vice-President, Brenda Wilson, Ann Davis, Frances Roden- bough. Second Row: Jennifer Castle, Linda Hulse, Bertha M. Fritzsche, Suzanne Jones, Patty Perkins, Linda Munn, Sherry Canes, Cheryl Williamson, Janis Dyess, Margaret Norris, Twila Sociolog Club Sheldon. Third Row: Mrs. Lois Drain, Mariquita Lindley, Anna Tarczanin, Jan Powell, Mary Lee Campbell, Cynthia Bradley, Mary Serafin, Martha Booth, Sharon Harris, Ellen Fulton, Fannie Owings, Nikki Collins. Fourth Row: Betty Topp, Sarah L. Wea- ver, Margo Pirkle, Rebecca Hollingsworth, Judy Stratton, DeRitta Mitchell, Sue Humphries, Anne Benke, Cynthia Speed, Jewel Golden, Donna Upton, Janice Bolton, Cecilia Smith. 5 First. Row: Marilyn Skrmetta, Clarice Bonnett, Connie Riley, Advisor. Third Row: Denny Bonazzoli, Tal DaCall, William Jackie Day, Mary Louise Rudd, Sharone Newman. Second Row: Chameelar, Joseph V. Domino, President, Joan Wentworth, Vickie Sewall, Kathleen Targason, Suzanne Robinson, Shirley James. Faye Bradley, Vice-President, Dr. John H. Burrus, 111 Bill Nelson. Not pictured Barbara Brown, Secretary. USM Debate First Row: Carol Davenport, Dixie Kelly, Kathryn Schledwitz, Joan Wilson. Second Row: Danny Mitchellg Ray Spearsg Elaine Wilkesg Glen Varnadog Roger Bailey, Director of Forensics. The USM debaters have distinguished themselves by successfully competing in intercollegiate forensics tournaments across the South and Southwest. The ten-member squad has participated in fifteen debate tournaments in ten states, enjoying travel While fur- thering their speaking and analytical ability. ,J t Wm Fellow debaters await Ray Spears' new evidence on the current debate question before returning to their own research. USM Debaters check their notebooks and card files before head- ing out to conquer another trophy for excellence. X ,fur . 1 ,fr if 3 Officers: Tom Fraschillo, Presiclentg Earl Fox, Secretaryg William Gower, Treasurer. CNot pictured: Robert Steele, Vice-Presidentj. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national professional music fraternity. Its main purpose is to advance the cause of music in America by forming a working brotherhood of professional musicians and students of music. Eta Phi Chapter is open to outstanding music majors and minors who have a 2.5 or higher average. First Row: Donald Smith, Tom Fraschillo, Robert Steele, Earl 1 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Relaxing between practice sessions, these Phi Mu Alpha Sin- fonia members compose their own renditions of popular pieces ' f fi' 1 Richard Smith, Webster Rowan, John Blakney, Naz Rhodes Fox, William Gower, Thomas W. Backus, III. Second Row: Steve Andrews, Robert Williams. Fourth Row: Tom Byrd. iNot Wayne E. Murphy, James H. Rice, Rick M, Gilpin, Raymond pictured: William B. Dollarhidej. W. Cox, Gary R. Fuller, Charles C. Gemeinhardt. Third Row: Recreation Club First Row: Robert Whitaker, Vice-President, Walter Sullivan, Darlene LeMay, Secretary, Gene Backman, President, Maurice Harring, Margaret MacLennon, Linda Biglane, Julia Welborn, Cynthia Rahaim, Clara Reeves, Melinda Pryor, Nancy Waller, Bethany Barron, Willis Terry, Advisor. Second Row: Charles Williams, Michael G. Griffon, Glen Bynum, Harry Bunum, Mel HYPER Club Roley, Lance Hapkins, Greg Edwards, William Hodges, Wayne Wade, Ed Assaf, Penny Potts, Danny Skrwich, John Meador, Stewart Trautman, Jim Cummings, Bryant Montigmy, Arthur Gill, Pat Admire, Sonja Wilkes, Merle Martindale, Marilyn Skrmetta, Jesse Whitaker. I . , 3 I V t le 3 X Q S . , ,i First Row: Steve Childers, Bill Williams, Laverne Burnett, Charlotte Brattam, Barbara Braley, Danny Bonnett, Berlin Ladner, Wayne Wade, Historian, William Lawson, Oscar Moody, Wayne Stevens, Billy Davidson. Second Row: Tommie Davis, Social Chairman, Jane Townsend, President, Kathy Holman, Bonnie Hall, Vice-President, Caron Golladay, Jack Smith, Carole Clarkson, Greg Edwards, Charles Williams, Secretary, Larry Norwood, Tom Bush, Craig Quin, Becky Carter, Billie Patrick, Billy Roberts. Third Row: Pam Molaison, Irene Letchworth, Marilyn Brumfield, Brenda Boutwell, Sheila Blackwall, Valerie Marcy, Sidney Wymn, William Wells, Tommy R. Loper, Jimmy Lee, Bill Holliman, Ray Riley, Rickey Jones, Mark Riley, Edwin Howard. Fourth Row: Barbara Weiss, Treasurer, Elton Bryan, John Rodgers, Neal Vaugher, Jimmy Hancock, Steve Lawler, Nordine Twilley, Albert Archie, Billy Bryant, Lee Dennis Buck- alew, Andy Evans, John T. Lowery, Ronnie Jones, Jack Shoe- make. ' Amidst the academic and social climate of campus life there are individuals who associate themselves with organizations which lend assistance to their fellow man and which bear the load of service to the community in which their university is located. While these or- ganizations are plentiful, the more active and more successful ones gain personal pride in their achievements and goals, both of which are designed and perpetuated to obligate a mutual feeling of comfort and friendship between the university and the community. 125' 'EIS AH I HD 1 l l University Activities Council The University Activities Council is com- posed of one representative from each social, religious, honorary, and independent organiza- tion, and volunteers who request membership on the council. The council, with the advice of the Union Program Director, W. E. Kirk- patrick, plans and promotes parties, dances, tournaments, talent shows and similar student activities. Projects of the UAC for the year included the development of Nat's Nook, the Christmas Dance, the Mardi Gras Ball, and the presentation of nationally recognized enter- tainers such as Bobbie Gentry, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, the Lettermen, and David, della Rosa, and Brooks. ,HY Mi ! 5 5 First Row: Billie Jean Herrod, Secretary, Madelyn Giuffria, Decorations Chair- man. Back Row: Seamon Thomas, Publicity, Shirley Hazzlerigg, Bill Nelson, Presidentg Mike McDonald, Regional Coordinator, Bo Pollman, Refreshments Chairman. J 6 I ,,,,,,,,,, ,i,,,. V? Z iv ,W I R M W, ,.. if 2? , gg, I -1 2 W: fwws.-, ,gf .: First Row: Janis Ridout, Sue Curtis, Vicki Ramsay, Madelyn Giuffra, Mike McDonald, Seamon C. Thomas, Bill Nelson, Shirley Hazzlerigg, Billie Jean Herrod, Bo Pollman, Patty Wilhite, Betty McFarland, Linda Everett, Donna Gardner, Vicki French. Back Row: Diane Moore, Jeannene McMullan, Kaye Walker, Sue Beth Richmond, Cheryl Reid, Debby Warren, Lynn Taylor, Kay Mayfield, Lyda Mullins, Nancy Fox, Ann Hadaway, Rita Runnels, Dale Bush, Bill Jones, Bill Riedel, Ronny Locke, Mike Bonner, Pamela Glisson, Diana Kouns, Susan Horn, Bill Lowrey, Vicki Ware, Judy Kay Hallenus, Lynn Webb. 116 Yellowjackets The Yellowjackets had as their original pur- pose the boosting of school spirit and the orientation of freshmen to university life. This is accomplished in part through the building of bonfires and selling of horns at football games, plus freshman haircuts and beanies. The Yel- lowjackets also provide several scholarships to deserving freshmen and serve as hosts and guides to campus visitors. Professional barbers they're not, but they enjoy their work. Sian S Q 4 V Nfl E 1 N1 First Row: Phillip Voss, President, Fran Sullivan, Sweetheart, Gary Odom, Vice- Presidentg Dean Radar Grantham, Advisor. Second Row: John Zupko, Treasurer Steve Hood, Sergeant at Arms, Kevin Edwards, Secretary. First Row: Pete Baricev, Gary O-dom, Phil Voss, Fran Sullivan, Slaughter, Jim Thfvmas, Rex Mitehell, Bill Boroughs, Greg TeY1O1'. John Zupko, Kevin Edwards, Steve Hood, Stanley Easley, Frank Richard White, Jim True- Joe KIDS, A1 Sarraf, Kerry Kinder. Riggs, Allen Doering, Charles Norton. Second Row: Chris Merrill, David Gunter- Mark Johnson, Harry Thomas, Richard Fuller, Bill Smith, Tommy gig , -2 . I Ui ll 4 ., , '2 ,Q U l Q ' 2,-fi . First Row: Col. Dale, Jim Handberry, Robert Anderson, Jimmy Turner Mike Williams Billy Roberts George Skinner Third Row Simpson, Gary Silbernagel, Gary Odom, Mark Novice. Second Row: Clint Connerly Eric Reuter Warren Redden Frank Waller B111 Don Rohan, Kenneth Hale, Wayne Winter, Danny Long, Karlton Stewart Tommy Slaughter Doug Harrison Dwayne Harris Rho Eta Sigma Rho Eta Sigma was established in 1963 as a residence hall service fraternity to give its members an opportunity for per- sonal development and service to others. Its purpose is to serve as an organizational framework whereby its members, through individual service, can insure a better residence hall program for male students at the University of Southern Mississippi. Col. Dale, Director of Housingg Carlton Turner, Secre taryg Warren Redden. Treasurerg Brent Jackson Advisor: Clint Connerly, Social Chairmang Don Rohan President. Serving as advisors, tutors, and friends, the freshmen counselors live in the dormitories, shar- ing in the nerve-racking, fun-filled days of the freshman women. Chosen on the basis of outstand- ing character and leadership, they are constantly on hand to help the housemothers and serve as a liaison between the administration and the new students. We cou1dn,t get along without em First Row: Sachia Long, Lynn Cook, Linda Mclnnis, Dixie Kelly Jefcoat Mary Ann Strahan Becky Parris Faye Kersh Kathy Patricia Hammons. Second Row: Linda Amacker, Katherine Suther Crowder Jams Cambell Jeanne Glllesple Ann Stahler land, Princy Cook, Bo Pollman, Martha Booth. Third Row Janice , , X ,fi ' Q ,sg , 50, f l x ff f ie 5' f 1 ,A gf 4, A2 fl 9, Of , XZ ff! If 5 4 ' ,S K. 41,17 .Z ..,. H . ,, ,,,, M I O' . - 2 ,ff 1 4 , f iqrgyiz-Aigw .,,,. ,, . W Z qwwf 'Qllsqf First Row: Mrs. Ora Frances Knick, Mrs. Julia Randall, Mrs. Thelma Carroll. Second Row: Mrs. Irene Touchton, Mrs. Mildred Weldy, Mrs. Olive Odom, Mrs. Geneva Eichelberger, Mrs. Ferriell Jackson. Housemothers Working closely with the Dean of Women, the housemothers become deeply involved in the uni- versity community as they provide guidance and understanding for the girls in their dormitory. Their position is one of responsibility in directing university women and becoming a "mother away from home." 130 Cooperation between the co-ed and the housemothefr keeps the dorm Winning smoothly. xi' f 12 'H -F5 Collegiate Ciivinettes Collegiate Civitan C7 First Row: Linda Myers, Peggy McGehee, Patricia Case, Treasurerg Sharon Scruggs, Presidentg Ann Burr, Secretary, Dian Snellgrove, Vice President, Cheryl Robinson. Second Row: Kathy McDowell, Rebecca Shirley, Jane Slay, Emma Nan Owens, Kathryn Russell, Jo Ann Howze, Frances McDowell, Jane Hardy, Gail Stokes. I i Q Q, 5 s . , 5 X u ,X x ' , , E W S X A i S x 3 1 Q : , Q E ak S . f , ' e l ,, .E M. .X Q 1 W. vi 1 l Y- V tri Q! F 3. , 5 ,, 4 -.. S, 1 x a -- .4 E ! ' ' , l l 5 M was i i Wx-H Tl. 2 i ig 2 , l 3 Q, -oirv Collegiate Civitan was chartered at South- ern in 1959. Civitan was founded on four ob- jectives: service, mental growth, fellowship, and leadership. Basically, however, it is a ser- vice organization, with its program based upon the motto "Builders of Good Citizenship." Civi- tan also provides an opportunity for individual development in leadership training through working with and for others. Membership is open to all male students. Collegiate Civinettes, sponsored by the Civi- tans, is a service organization exclusively for women, The organization, the first Civinette Club in Mississippi, was chartered last year at Southern. The primary objective of the organi- zation is to promote good citizenship through service. First Row: Doug McWhorter, George Wright, Ken Litten, President, Jon Dart. Second Row: Ira Middleburg, James Porter. Third Row: Greg Edwards, Ken Woodruff. Fourth Row: Larry Webb, Steve Hamm. 131 Youn Republicans ,A 1, X Q v z s 1 f. ,sq s f an Z W' . .,....,.a, X ' 2 z i ,HM sw ff , .1 4 5, , , 1 emi:-. 3 ,f 3 I i a l First Row: Joe Gilliam, Lynn Walters, Jimmie Gabucci, Linda Kel- lick, Kirby Post. Second Row: Cathy Ball, Jim Morgan, John Jones, Bob Tagg, Pat McCartney, Nancy Bartlett. The Young Republicans was established in 1962 as a unit of the Mississippi Young Republicans. The Young Re- publicans attempt to advance intelligent and discerning interpretations of political philosophies through examina- tion of local, state, national and international politics. Youn Democrats Fnst Row: Robert Steele, President, Allen Nation, Vice-President, Marilyn Skrmettag Kenneth A. Newman, Secretary, Ron Wills, Corresponding Secretary. Second Row: Sharon Newman, Treasurerg The Young Democrats are enjoying one of their most successful years at Southern with active participation in campus, state, and national elections. Members of the Democrats learn about the roles patriotic citizens should play in their government. Mary Martin, Gerald Ugelini, Joe Dove, Father John Rietti, Advisor, Al Porter, Alan Fava, Recording Secretaryg Merrilyn Ragland, Ernie Chan. Q. p ' C J ., Pen and Sword HV? Second Row: Maj. Richard P. Connolly, SSG Roberto Salinas, Lt. Thomas E. Narvt, A1C Frederick S. Marx, Miss Katherine Brown, honorary memberg TSG Ronald A. Zewicke, CWO Leroy L. Bartelt, Lt. Col. Colon A. Bozeman, Lt. Col. Frank G. Johnson, secretary- The Pen and Sword is open to students and faculty or staff members who are on active duty or retired from the United States Armed Services. First organized on USM's campus in 1960, the Pen and Sword offers a social environment which strives to bind together the common interests of those with military backgrounds. e lil 17" "'1'? "iid-13 .,.?5I Wil" rr W ' ' ' if 41-' U -W ' . Q ,. - - ,, ...........-A ,I if Ja. r in t I 1 I Bl l 1 'lwmwm seem i treasurer. First Row: Maj. B. G. Wilkison, TSG Ronald G. Smith, Lt. David E. Welbourn, Capt. Roy N. Moore, president, AIC Robert J. Kroha, Capt. Joseph P. Polito, Col. J. E. Echols, Jr. The International Student Organization is open to all Students who are from a country outside of the United States. This organization exists to help get the student acquainted with the University, and other foreign students. 'v S ' ' ,, fps.,-X '12 fxyvalwx. 'az' ' A, gif' ' I "K'a,-""'-'- '- '. 3 '1.fX',v3K'r g 1 Q, 1.5 5+--f f-. ' 1 1 wi .S W' mx wc' QQ' ski' " fF,mQ g gl' :fy 135 -lin? A ' .. f f if ., X , f ' if M--sis,-beta y . was n 5 ,L s . g,,.s- sf' .. We-. if LF.: ...ff - . -- as 4--a -A -'s . ta. , a ' . s .X Q , ,M X -. 3. f .-w. ',f -. .. .N :.,.-+- .--'V s , iw. f-3. "1 "3"-, - ,L ,' I, ,N ,., 5 i .hs Z., , fmt - . My, A4 V i R. W 'I ? "swf fy gg V -,ks .-N gXEi+fx9,.-bpm if ff, Fw- .- f- J ff ff . .url A -4' .S1 -3- Q.-'. -'5.,ff'v,. f- ef. Q9 e 1 95, sw, ,,,i,' L54 , 1 N :Ji 4' -, 1 X ' f ...exe - -x.QJ'Q., rg . ' " . f' f'2s ?:1g1- "r . I mls' i ,mf 155-Q91-1. UML, . W X, -.v"- Q- 3 W - M I. s if as H Swv ' , 4 fir-.-H' -fm' , "1 "i sfw:.-e,yr'.- 4 1 lu i -A Lx f js? X yi-'V ,T fqfjjf fy l - A -sk. Y .JH ,, M-X35 ,V ...W W ..,,,-,.-v W A vm 'MN A I 9 zLAT1N AME 1 ima' " M Y -ts. sf at . , 4-w...::.,, . .. 1. - " fm-mg, . fixes. ., . . ugfgs"sE.:f 1,e'E.,4Q " A .L ' ' gf. I SN ' J-. A fe ,,Lh5." - 1' ..- . , A A 5 i 1 , . E ' .F . . 5" ' r one ' nl... ' -wv'-42:-- .S r 2- -V f- .14-aah I University Singers The University Singers is a performing choir selected by auditions of students from all departments. The Singers appear in major concerts, on radio and television broadcasts, and have made professional' recordings of their performances. The Singers are conducted by Dr, David Folz, former chairman of the Department of Music at the University of Nebraska. A sparkling Singer proudly displays the new female attire for the University Singers. I 94 The Percussion . Ensemble This year's Symphonic Band has 85 members, representing eleven states. The band held a concert in Mobile in February for the Alabama All-State Band Festival and had Spring tours of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. The Winter Concert climaxed the three-day Annual Southern Instrumental Conductors Conference which was attended by hundreds of band directors from all over the South. The USM Director of Bands is Dr. Alan Drake. The USM Symphonic Band T 135 . V. ...- W J ,,,, H y- , ,.,. ,v,, M , ,, V ha s ,, ,, L rr WM' -Mt 'rr r- - Q- mr z2.'....,,..- ,,.,i...,ai...,,2..,,t..f.,, M. .mar rw " ' '.g,.. The USM Jazz Lab Band characterizes the mood music of New Orleans with popular and modern styles of arrange- ment and presentation. Besides regularly entertaining at special university functions, the Jazz Lab Band has toured high schools in the surrounding areas and participated in a jazz festival held in Mobile. azz Lab Band Mu Phi Epsilon x First Row: Georgia Fillingharn. Chapter Advisorg Joyce Hernandez, Vice-Presidentg Sybil Marty, Presidentg Gay- den Flowers, Martha Ann Harris, Lynn Fox. Second Row: Mu Phi Epsilon, an international music sorority, has as its purposes the recognition of scholarship and musicianship and the promotion of sisterhood. Each year girls who are music majors and minors I Linda Mann, Frances Brignac, Treasurerg Kathy Hellpen- stell, Cheryl Wilgar, Secretary. Third Row: Jeannie Pollard, Donna Gatlin, Cheryl Craft, Pat Love. and have fulfilled membership requirements are asked to join. Besides service projects, Mu Phi Epsilon stimulates musicianship through awards to members and chapters. 36 W5 .6 ,-.4 , 1 , Yi Wal! I ft 2 First Row: Rita Baker, Elizabeth Paterson, Master of Apprenticeg Curry. Second Row: Donna Lee Field, Mary-Kate Tews, Betty Mor- Helen Simmons, Secretaryg Martha Gibbs, Presidentg Wayne Catlett, gan, Thomas Tews, Advisorg H. Lawrence Zillmer, Chairman, Dept. Vice-Presidentg Brenda Jordan, Treasurerg Marsha Trigg, Marian of Theatreg R. F. Hartwig, Charles Smith, Rosann Whalen. USM's dramatic or anization, the Southern Plavers, is Southern Pla ers y g . . , Q open to all students regardless of their major In order to become a member a student must apprentice by working in various phases of theatre production. In cooperation with the Theatre Department, the Southern Players and Alpha Psi Omega sponsor all regular season produciions. This includes at least three full-length plays and a chil- dren's play each year. 137 Look Back in Anger A M 2111 Called Peter Q, 3' X ,- X ,Q Mx 3: KH 2 , . Qi X 5-1 R " VN -A . Q, ,I ,fm , '- 2 " Q "' -... x f- A. A X 3 r T.- , , x., X K iz . 3. 4, I ,. . ,N f- 4 I x . 3-'12 gy- '- - V 5, , 4, , L I Y N 4+-.2-K 41, . Uma 'mm,4,.tQ,Q 'FM W I 39 ,n Arms and The Man It Happened in Hades 'P . 3 T N xx . we S' 140 The Tempest A Horse of a Different Color Reyard The FOX Oft times the young generation Find themselves in a turmoil of doubt- ful introspection and uncertain questioning as to the relevance of the spiritual. On and off campus there are organizations in which many students are able to show their spiritual devotion. At the same time, they may be able to offer assistance to those who have not yet assumed such beliefs. The importance of religious experience cannot be ques- tioned. For as We learn to live the full life, we must be certain of our religious convictions. Since conversion is not the task of these religious organizations, they exist for the students to approach as he continues to stumble upon the bulwark of life's problems. The student must first commit to himselfg then, these organizations can serve as an outlet in which he may share his new-found beliefs. 143 ITHH I S Student Christian Federation ,N Kathy Bishop, secretaryg Connie Lou Riley, president, Linda Amacker, vice-president. The Student Christian Federation is designed to offer the student an opportunity to partici- pate in religious activities. This organization, made up of all USM students, is governed by an elected council which plans activities for the campus. The SCF sponsors a Thanks- giving service, the Christmas tree lighting, an Easter Sunrise Service, vespers in Danforth Chapel, and Religious Emphasis Days each quarter. Aiding the council in planning the Religious Emphasis Days is the Committee of 50, which is composed of outstanding students from every phase of campus life. Together these two groups set up a full day of meaningful services each quarter featuring noted speakers, discussions, study groups, and panel discussions. 144 SCF Executive Committee Front: Martha Kay Blue, Kathy Bishop, Connie Lou Riley, Linda Amacker, Linda Mclnnis. Back: Francis Stone, Edward Bradera, Reverend John Rietti, Powell G. Ogletree, Welden Hatcher, Clin- ton Conerly. Committee of 50 ., . Q,.,.-4' ary., f 4 -5? ,ff ,. il- , 'a if- 6. 4- 1 . ff. 145 4 4 f LA. xh -' .A ' A 'till' big I T- Chi Alpha Seated: Rev. James Atchison, Chaplain, Jannie John- Beth Gibson, Treasurer. Not Pictured: Laura Hawkins, son, David Keith, Johnny McKay, Dr. John H. Bounds, Vice-President, Linda Johnson, Secretary. Faculty Advisor. Seated: Patrick Johnston, Presidentg Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Inter-Varsity is students from many different churches, united in relating the Christian faith to every aspect of campus life. We are students meeting in 'gcell groups" all over campus-sometimes to study the Bible and pray-- sometimes for pizza and cokes, basketball or singing and 14 'if .,,, guitar playing. Inter-Varsity is students developing friend- ships . . . becoming disciples . . . students who know Jesus Christ and tell others about him . . . students who want to know you . . . 6 i Fellowship of Christian Athletes: ...X ,,,,, 'IV ff? tk , Club Officers: Backed by Fellow Members: William Wright, Vice- Presidentg Stan Johnson, Presidentg Don McDonald, Secretary- Treasurerg Wayne Atkinson, Publicity Chairman. The purpose of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes: "A program to confront athletes and coaches, and through them the youth of the nation, with the challenge and adventure of following Christ through the fellowship of the Church." l ! u z 14-7 gf' Most of the athletes at the University of Southern Missis- sippi have accepted the permanently open invitation to be associated with our on-campus chapter. 4,431 .ff Westminister Fellowship Westminster Fellowship serves as "the church on campus" for Presbyterian students and anyone else who is interested in worshipping with them. Through weekly programs, informal discussions, parties, and various projects, its members seek to have fellowship with one another, to come closer to Christ, and to spread the Gospel on campus. Westminster Fellowship is sponsored by the South Mississippi and the Missis- sippi Synod of the Presbyterian Church, U.S., and undertaken by these organizations of the church, N R .ry X sl . f Q Y s 'Q if X X 1 X , X x X XX Vw X x , X XX if ,. MVN 1' -'N if 5 , w,. s w ffm X X2 Westminster members 'Q 3 'Gai ' i ' , 2 I if ' 1 ,S ' .ef 2 fa r rw , E F S 5 i W i 5 2 3 I Q a 'S ! 5 i l f : - 5 P4 1 A i mi 3 . 5 2 af 2 E 2 2 .,., 4 'vi . I ' .., - f a A Front Row: Etta Jane McRae, Jo Captiva, Frances McDowell, Peg McGehee, Linda Sigler. Second Row: Lynda Cole, Sharon Adams, Peggy Gamble, Caroline Peacock, Cynthia Dever, Lyn Richardson Esther Jent, Toni Tucker, Pat F C ' ' ' harlotte Hailey, Alix Ahlvini prepare for Homecoming festivities. Front: Etta Jane McRae, Vice-Presidentg Peg McGehee, Fellowship Chairmang Lyn Richardson, Editorg Caroline Peacock, Secretaryg Linda Sigler, Librarian. Back: Randy Polk, Asst. Editorg Curtis White, Moderatorg Rev. Brister Ware, Minister of Students. Not Pictured: Lloyd Cole, Treasurerg Bill Lowery, Evangelism Chairmang Richard Brown, Office Managerg Rev. Tom Patete, Advisorg Frances McDowell, Historian. Back Row: Curtis White, Bill Dever, Bob Alexander, Bill Stanway, Randy Polk, Rev. Bristor Ware. Not Pictured: Richard Brown, David Jussely, Kirby Post, Lloyd Cole, Bill Lowrey, Frank Kilgard, Pat Scott. , N Q in ' Si af V1 VA W E.: f , ,A IJ ' A "fr 1 if . Activities include early-morning services in Danforth Chapel. Seated: Carolyn McLaughlin, Presidentg Lennie Marsh, Vice-President, James Hardy, Secretaryg Waldine Brummett, Enlistment Chairman. Stand- ing: Louie Farmer, Jr., Claudette Kennedy, Carol Hodges, Jimmy Young, James Everett, Greg Horne, Harold Anderson, Jane Bradley, Rita Leach, Carol Sue Danby. M-1 'QQ Baptist Student Union Baptist Student Union has its headquarters in a con- verted residence at 214 North 31st Avenue, where it hopes to build a beautiful Baptist Student Center in the near future. Baptist Student Union is a religious movement sponsored by the Mississippi Baptist Convention and the Baptist churches of Hattiesburg. It seeks to promote the spiritual development of Baptist students. , f f. , X X WW .. t .K 2 f 149 ii? Newman Federation The Newman Federation is an organization of Catholic students on secular campuses throughout the nation. Its goal it to promote a sense of community among the students through planned programs such as retreats, discussions, socials, and civic activities. Daily Mass is offered in Danforth Chapel during the week and at St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel on Sunday. The Newman center is open to all students at any time. A stereo, color TV, kitchen, and study room are available. 969 QF'- 4' 1. 5 'mc C W: Father Riettils rompers get 'ready for another raid. Mary Francis Ziz, Recording-Secretaryg Joe Cor- bett, Presidentg Brian McElroy, Parliamentariang Dianne Miller, Corresponding Secretaryg Father John Rietti, Chaplaing Kathy MacDowe1l, Vice- Presidentg Carolyn Mirable, Treasurer. gm.. 'sf Q V f 5 150 l fl V 1 I I i l 1 l i f I i w l I E I i s E l l i I 4 s ll Wesley Foundation Among the attractive buildings on Southern's cam- pus is the modern and convenient Methodist Wesley Foundation. The spacious building provides a large assembly room, a television room, ping-pong, a stage, kitchen and a library. Students attend the Foundation for worship, fellowship, and recreation. The program of the Foundation includes Sunday-morning worship services, weekly Tuesday-night meetings, vespers nightly, and occasional week-end retreats. All students are invited to visit the building any day between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 10:00 P.lVl. Canterbury Club , fr ft r y A 1, WY f 4 if 75 I if L Cf: if ,,. 2, f fr- -ft ig f Wqgfff W fi g , 1, 4 , J f W fa, f divx? W4 1 ,Qi f f, f Q 3 f , K it 3. Standing: Martha Nell Pickett, Rosemary Hronell, Kathy Carlson, Mike Henderson, Bob Steele, Philip Edan, Craig Burkes, Gary Gay, Claudette Crwford, Betty DeMoville, Judy O'Neal. Seated. Nick Koinonia Club Front: Pam Tanner, Weldon Hatcher, Advisorg Susan Mooie, Treas- urerg Charles Waldrop, Presidentg Robert Loomis. Ann White. Marsha ,Z 444 X f 3 Q, ff? , ,:li3'Q.f,1f53 V i ,7,,,,,,E.k6 Y , 4 ' 3 , I N I V - ,J tt - f i. ' , "-z,,:5m:.r 4, , f' ,pf 1 l 5 I Cummings, Sara Kessinger, Nancy Barkey, Katherine Sutherland, Judy Carson, Sally Langston, Reverend Colton Smith, Advisor. Landrum. Back: Gary Smith, Joe Tulleson, Danny Lawson, David Havard, Sidney White, Jack Vice, Peggy Fendley, Mary Ferrara. 2 5 f 5 ar sf 1? 1 157. I i i 1 -s K, il ri i i I 1 l 'r- l Pl In H l .,,,. 1 A QL-kg W Z-L7 1 if ' f I t 'gfi r fs? 5 wx Z i 5 i Q P 5 2 1 T 2 2, sy' ,.i , A w- WM- . .if SF"3s',69ug -Q4 qv' W af' ,.aw"c1p-:va iff! if ' V Q' f ' .,,. 'J' aw ' vb . UMM 'Gal U,-f wfw 3 Much of history would be insignificant had the touch of the human hand not been instrumental in the expression of its events. And such is also true of the many versatile publications Southern offers its students. They help us remember the past, exonerate the present, and anticipate the future. The greatness of our personal experience is culminated in the written word. While the purpose and content of these numerous publications vary, they all lend to the fulfillments and satisfactions of our tenure in college. 153 Il DITEI cl S STI '93 M, -4 ' , wfwwa-f Emmy Lowery, Associate Editor, Marilyn Skrmetta, Editor. Section Editors: Elaine Rahaim, Sachia Long, Linda Richardson Fran Sullivan, Barbara Jean McGregor, Edna Skinner, Ree Stauss, . Eff: 5 Southerncr The 1968 SOUTHERNER . . . another year, another book. Be- tween these pages lie the friends you knew, the activities you lived, the life you loved. The staff has tried to capture an agree- able mixture of the happy, sad, eager, doubtful, triumphant moments of your college year, and the result has been a con- glomerate of things your mind will often try to recapture. Through their tireless efforts of scheduling and rescheduling pictures, of uncovering names unknown, of coming up with original ideas to replace ancient acceptables, of writing copy about things on which no information could be found, and of just caring enough-the deadline was met. And here it is . . . the SOUTHERNER . . . your book, your story, told by you, you to whom we have dedicated this 1968 edition. Susan Horn, Suzie Murray, Ellen McCurdie, Pete Baricev, Ann Grove, Dorcell Russell. Y., V+? ,..,-'nfl' , 1 in I, J L....,, ,, , ' C .1 'WW fi? aj? 4.4. ,l ,v i I. 4 ,,, ' ,, aw e 01 l' . ,LA . V l l i ,-f' l R ' T t 1 iw ,f 5 P9 Joan Wentworth, Class Editorg Johnny and Billie Jean Barber, Photographers. , .JV W K, , J .. ,,,, , f 7 'rffnfmvh--..-.Q ,M zfffiif Q . if ' I :-- 1 W 241' V I Af 7 'iii 4 rrh 2 an lf 5 7- f ,jx Z s ff! f g amiga, f W A ' I , , 173 5, vim I ' lv 1,54 W , Q l !W4 4 g. Q. f 'E iv 7 y ff 1 f'!WffWf f ' fjw ff M417 ,. ,mfwv ff ff X x zfmif- W 4 My f Q, 4 Q1 5 fe X 'I t nf! f ff! if f f f 4x ' ' f , 7' , ,Q f f f Q X-ef ! , X, X f f ' W Z , f 2 f Z Addie Ann MCDO77,dld, Publicationsg Shelley Percy, Typist. John Turner, Copy Patty Moore, HODOFHTIGS, Cheryl Cyr Features Lynn Cook, Copy John McCarty Greeks 'Vi 'I-4-1' ff fwv Top to Bottom Dale Lanius, Greek Co-Editor: Tom Hen- delson SpO1tS Elame Armstrong, Typist: Evelyn Creel, Professlonal OIg31'llZ3llOI1SQ Dianne Fant, Academics. . ,Muay . X I I Student Printz fs J! QS' ! ' X' Qoaos' . K , , Q. ,Q as - if Cx ,XQ- x ' f' fb Y. . ry. X 'X' 905 . , , 1 -. , I V HS., A 17 . ff ' ,,.. 1 MP L0 -- fx - 'Aw' ' K 'F' 'PS' V 1 ., , Zi Wmmmvnm 'f'WavM,,, ,. a..,,,-f Dennis Hayward, Executive Editor. '!,,',,., ,..,,.,- 'J-WA,.',I-,,,,.. K, 'W 44?-0,....n-4 ' W .f 1 .1 - 'W f J, - .ww ...X ,. g I Dianne Malone and Jo Ann Sellers, News Editors. Jim Foster, Sports Editor. Q Donnie Fitts, Managing Editorg Fred Kloman, Advertising Editorg Maybell Gorringe, Managing Editor. To many people a newspaper is several sheets of printed paper from which they discover the events of their world and society. To the men and women who compose the staff of any newspaper, the publication is much more than this. To the members of the Stu- dent Printz the campus newspaper is a personality of its own. The Printz is more than a press and newsprint. It is an organ with which an association and friendship is formed. Z ? David Hoseman, Printer. 4 ywfgzg gg' 6 .:.L.c.d-...L. ' 11, .ff A- '-K' M.. fa I t fv, gs ,f 1 X " 'P l 1 ... , Rx t V , y"zw.g.gfawv+wMf ' Us V f , 1 'Y M 5 1,-X'ff:'sf - ' N My '- L . Atom Barbara Lewis and Linda Countryman, Teletype Readers. Susan Goff, Teletype Setter. Emmet Alford and Marco Nickovitch Photographers. 2 ,-as4.u:-Azas 2 5. I N" Ken Hollingsworth, Program Director, and Hank Price, Chief Announcer. f a --. lk M f .,?'01! X 1,711 ' M 1 Lloyd Cole, Station Manager, and Bill Burke, News Director. Southern Broadcasters Southern Broadcasters, an organization responsible for the operation of the University's radio station, WMSU, aims at promoting broadcasting activity on campus. Membership in this organization is open to anyone interested in broadcasting, Whether he plans to make a career of it or not. Several students have, through their background work at WMSU, advanced into important positions at major broadcasting stations and advertising agencies throughout the nation. South- ern Broadcasters has been the recipient of awards in broadcasting from such groups as the Mississippi Broadcasters Society and the United States Marine Corps. -,,....--If ,api X Seated: Clifton Topp, Charles Smith, Mark Nobas iCaptain Mid- nightl, Dave Waite, Hank Price, Bill Burke, Suzanne Parker, Ken Hollingsworth, Lloyd Cole. Standing: Sergio Fernandez, Lynn Wilder, Richard Wages, Tommy McDaniel, Glen Vornado, Dan Deason, Gerry Harris, Doug Walker, Eric Reuter, George Guthrie, Fred Lovitt, Bob Baugh. "sn Here. Take it . . . learn it . . . wear it . . . or else the big red F. sf tw The Drawl and The Miss Southern Information concerning student affairs is found in both the Drawl and the Miss Southern Hand- book. Thus, the importance of these two publica- tions is especially stressed to freshmen, so as to make them aware of University policies. Written by the first and second vice-presidents of the Stu- dent Government Association, the Drawl is de- signed to acquaint students with general rules and regulations, Also, an election code is outlined for the benefit of those seeking campus office. A more specific listing of the regulations pertaining to co-eds is contained in the Miss Southern Hand- book, which is compiled by the Women's Affairs Board for use by all female students. Both of these publications are revised in the spring in order to be kept up to date for the following year. Nail biting, humming, or cheating won't help. Freshmen girls must know the first verse of the Alma Mater for the Miss Southern Hand- 15 book test, or else . . . 9 El? ip, rj' ,r . . . srl' ,Q -' . is Qi 1' ' K 2 W if u A' ff Q Q fv 4w,,,,..f-"' ,.--...,.,-M-""f 'C 'IX PE ,1 7. Contemporary 'ls Seated: Linda Savell, Robert Combs, Editor-in-Chief. David Mangum, Karen Radcliffe, Mary Martin, Mrs. P3t1'iCil9 Standing: Linda McGuf'fee, Dan R, Settles, Publicityg McRaven, Advisor. Frances Stone, Ben Roper, Darleen Swontek. Not Pictured: The Contemporary staff is composed of students and a faculty advisor, selected on the basis of interest in literature. The staff selects articles of prose and poetry written by students and compiles it into what is known as the Contempofrary maga- zine. Since its beginning several years ago, it has proven itself as a major campus publication. I , if F, Now I'm going to close my eyes and pick out a real good book . . . 'Q .Q ,- .1 w- ,Q ,1 I R ,OT nv F .5 ' Z v f u 1 4 r ,!y , I U -in , vp, Iwi, , ,Q 43" 1- 'fin W . ap EAI' 5' 1 ,V ' Ll, A! 'St ff r, ' f 1 xrfy ' fr 'f 1 4' . Y. Q 1 .3 4 f 4 ,p,,f 'S J :K -, l ., mu,-:A wtf, - .ti alffcwx ix'ff,f.p ' , +4 T """ T' 3 - '16, , .. 4 F55 1. " 1 , r 1 I ' 'F xl 'i . k' .1-QY? i iz , D , g a 3 Q 0 In ' ,fly ing-4.I,3, ' ' 'V l'-I f- 'ul' 4' ', l ts , . .L 4 47 Q 'fi' "fs H ,. ia VT. is M ' 4 '98-'31 r 's Q s ' , P- ,lt v we " , if '. A rr l ' l . ' '21, i in ww-' ' " . --f s I, X . i. 54.1 , 5 , 'git 'al . fc gy fs N +I ,-44' 1 V Admist the current turmoil of our nation during these years of a cold war, we are dependent upon the young generation to supply the necessary manpower. The military training which the Southern student receives will enable him to perform as a disciplined, competent leader amidst the turmoil, as a more responsible citizen of his com- munity, as an individual possessive of a sincere pride in his country and in everything for which it stands. Military activities on the college campus constitute a primary intent of the freedom which our great nation affords every individual, and to these individuals involved we volunteer our appreciation and support. 161 F'--re Nw lk Col. James E. Echols, Jr., Professor of Military Science. Arm R. O. T. C. The ROTC Unit at USM is organized under a pro- gram of General Military Science. 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. The primary purpose of the ROTC Program is to produce qualified officers in sufficient quantity to pro- vide a corps of well-educated, all-around leaders for an Army that can expand rapidly in the event of a national emergency. A secondary mission is to provide citizenship and leadership training for all freshmen and sophomore male students enrolled in the Basic Course. The USM ROTC Unit is now in its eighteenth year of training cadets and is considered by many as being one of the finest ROTC Units in the Nation. X 4 Seated: Capt, Brian L. Robbins, Capt. Rodney L. Patten, Maj. Charles R. Sturgeon, Maj. Edwin H. Felsher, Lt. Col. Colon A. Bozeman, Maj. Ray A. Gravett, Maj. Jesse-e F. Edwards, Capt. Richard A. Murchison, Capt. John H. Dorland. Standing: SSG Paul S. Morrison, SFC Billy J. Bottoms, MSG Jason Basinger, SGM Rayford B. Vaughn, Col. James E. Echols, Jr., SFC Herbert C. Weeks, SFC Donald E. Withrow, SSG Earnest Palacios, Mr. Gilbert T. Saetre. 161 ?9M- rl ag., Brigade lfficers Center Front: Cadet Col. Jerry L. Tharp, Commander. Sec- . ond Row: Cadet Maj. James Brumfield, Executive Ofiicerg Sponsor: Carolyn Anderson. Back Row: Cadet Capt. Thad I. Vann, S-lg Cadet lst Lt. John Herring, S-25 Cadet Maj. Brelon Hill, S-3g Cadet lst Lt. Jerome Madison, Asst. S-35 Cadet Capt. John Campbell, S-43 Cadet lst Lt. Victor Davis, Asst. S-45 Cadet lst Lt, Mark Dabbs, Asst. S-5. Band M' A' '..cJf.jf',,. f' f Commander: Cadet Lt. James R. Lippincott: Sponsor: Nancy Barneko. Color Guard Cadet Cpl. John Ladner, Cadet Sgt. John A. Rogers. Cadet SFC Joel Williams, Cadet Cpl. Roger Smith, Cadet Sgt. Allen E. Deering, Cadet Cpl. Noel Kelly. I Commander: Cadet Lt. Col. Donald R. MacDonald. Sponsor: Jan Ann Williams. Cadet lst Lt. Arthur W. McGowen, S-lg Cadet lst Lt. John J. Johnson, S-23 Cadet lst Lt. Wayne M. Merritt, S-35 Cadet lst Lt. Robert L. Robinson, S-4. First Battalion Officers ff" . W I vi-.1 ,f?3Q"'3 Wir. 3'V"'J ifH"1V""'Eizk1f6' lil 'ifffiv' 2'iQ5'4'fM94V" -f' 'VY F315 . f . 9 I if w2ifsffw!fT'If-if! fflff-'Q af. .AMW fm' , . . K 1 .4 ,-,,..f..lf ,,tf,-52,51 -5, ,,,-,Fw-ww 3' ,,,. .-,A A , ,ka , -f2gf'P'r,'1',-1,44-.,5. J.. 'JJ 1 ' t 5' W .4 g Commander: Cadet Lt. Col. ,I Paul Christopher. Sponsor: Drenda Spitchley. Cadet lst Lt. Robert C. Wells, S-lg Cadet lst Lt. Walter R. Sullivan, Jr., S-2g Cadet lst Lt. J. Randall Allen, S-33 Cadet lst Lt. Jimmy R. Sutton, S-4. Second Battalion Officers Third Battalion Officers Commander: Cadet Lt. Col. William T. Burke. Sponsor: Brenda Carroll. Cadet lst Lt. Warren H. Redden, S-lg Cadet lst Lt. Henry E. Brown, S-23 Cadet lst Lt. Arthur H. Wehmann, S-3: Cadet lst Lt. Richard D. Booker, S-4. Fourth Battalion Officers Commander: Cadet lst Lt. Paul D. Wheeler. Sponsor: Gail Dunigan. Cadet lst Lt. Brent E. McMahan, S-lg Cadet lst Lt. Richard Dun- away, S-2: Cadet lst Lt. John J. Wechs, S-33 Cadet lst Lt. Williams R. Wright, S-4. 164 1 4 I -me A4',f.Af' ,f Q, ifvlin. 2 " ,sur -f , :A ' :W . 5 .nc " , 0 .f. ' ft ' ,,,z.H.-gi 'V' ' ,l'4i 'A A Q' it ,,i,- Company A-Commander: Cadet lst Lt. Douglas I. Smithg Sponsor: Jeannette Craft. 1.---.-M Cornpany C-Commander: Cadet lst Lt. Allen L. Hin- C0mD2iHy B Commander Cadet Lt Davxd C Brennan song Sponsor: Judy French. :PHI X , c 3 ! i -- M S 9. " 324.1 5 I yy " 5 'S ' Q fr., 1-3-,Y mfs.. 'Q fs-' 1"'TvG-QT, 16 ' ' - Q-1.1 w ' 351: 5 . , , -" bl" 'nz , -A ff Q - -ne 1 A' ' W 3 , , Company E-Commander: 1st Lt. Jerry C. Freyg Sponsor: Ky Oakes. Q MWMQ , .... - W . v X We ,W My W- ,v,. I 7 Company F-Commander: Cadet lst Lt. Rodney H. Sessionsg Sponsor: Anne Brame. Company H-Commander: Cadet lst Lt. Frank R. Luskg Company G-Commander: Cadet 1st Lt. Fredrich P. Sponsor: Diane Jones. Jordang Sponsor: Pat Haley. I S 1 I w H ii Ii , I 14 g, il i. K . -I ,I M I E, I! 11 gi .1 ti A i i K, I fe? Q" - -"YV Company I-Commander: Cadet Lt. Donald R Luckyg Sponsor: Marsha Shuff. in Company K-Commander: Cadet Lt. Donald L. Spivey. Sponsor: Nancy Morgan. HGTV H at ta I l Q - af Met-.N-1' A ' Company L-Commander: Cadet Capt, Milo McCartyg Sr. Tactical Ofricers: Cadet Capt. Thomas D. Gillaspy, Cadet Capt. Gary Silbernagelg Sponsor: Brenda Mc- Manus. 167 Commander: Cadet Capt. Paul E. Christopnerg Sponsor: Linda Daws. Pershing Rifles Rangers Commander: Cadet Capt. James F. Clomang Sponsor: Fran Sullivan. Distinguished Military Students First Row: Gary Silbernagel, Milo McCarthy, Warren Redden, Frank Lusk, Brent McMahan, Rodney Sessions, William Hoff- man, Jim Brumfield, Cliff Ramsey. Second Row: Jerry L. Tharp, Donald L. Spivey, Donald R. Luckie, Donald R. MacDonald, Thomas D. Gillaspy, John M. Campbell, Edward K. Laurendine. Third Row: James F. Cloman, Paul D. Wheeler, Wayne M. Mer- ritt, Brelon Hill, Henry J. Randazzo, Paul E. Christopher, Wil- liam T. Burke. l j! There is a destiny that makes us broth- ersg None goes his way alone .... -Edwin Markham .iifx W... X - on 4 I-gk r V F fav .V-if' 4- ,,, ' E 1 f 9 v X z 551 'xx sux KSA 114. ,Q-1 4 Q ! I I The Greek community within the uni- versity is significant in many respects. The brotherhood of a fraternal organiza- tion olfers an additional training ground for the preparation of staunch, responsi- ble citizens. Many critics of these organi- zations levy their arguments at the so-called manner in which they "manu- facture" puppets, and consequently, destroy individualism. Yet these are the very individuals who have never experi- enced the fraternal way of life. Southern's Greeks have established themselves as competent and reliable citizens of the university community. They seem to strive toward a particular excellence which many seek to emulate. A Greek, of course, is a student, yet he is a particu- lar mold of student. This atiiliation seems to afford him an opportunity to manifest, to a greater degree, his innermost drives and ambitions. Suu f-.--J 7 u ll i GREEKS Dale Lanius, co-editor Thomas Wickliffe, co-Editor Dihne Bianchi. John McCarty A1-.. -. A MM. 'c."". 4 .ca 4 . o I., I 4 1-f pf.- ' M Q.gfiEi1., V :ff . 'ij-9 . 'wx' x' fl, rn .X V . '. w I l A 1".', , , yrs,--A ml.:- ,f , ., ' ary V fglf .,, v ' w..n C H I I x A ' , 1 X. n 5 4 , V" .- .,4' 4-, ". 4:5 9."'7 .41 , l.' I A .. A .4.f':w1': ,,1- A 4 N ' X 1, , -15" " , ' .A ' J " fi Y' rv . '. 1 ' " 'Jury Q: 1' 'WP '- . "'f 4 ' ' ff- '. .-1-.1-i., . ' KI , :5v5f.,'7. 1 1 1 'A15'-., , pg, ,: Va- 1 . fwr',- . . X Af .1 - x . ,"' ' 1,44 'f' ra- , - , lg". -. , 1. iv, , ,- A -' 91. 1 P ' ,Cz nf' 'Z' ,, , :NM ' .L l I' l K V Pr' -.f.Y.-'raw A, . ,v., '- 1' . .,.- '. .4 1 15.45-4145, a. 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Greek Week, sponsored by the Interfraternity Coun- cil, is the climax of the Greek year. Starting the week- long festivities is a carnival in which each Greek organization supports a booth to raise money for the Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils. The week's festivities are culminated by Olympic Day, a day of egg tosses, bat races, and pie-eating contests. All is ended by the announcement of the winners of Olympic Day and the announcement of the Greek God and Goddess. 175 Revenge is sweet 7 55232 5 , Fm. V' W 5' tg ' he J ,,, W ,M H-. . , ? I l I smn N I 1, l f' 'Af Qzfgvjw, NJ ' J' l rm , 35 Q A V 7 vw 4 0, 4 4 E .1 1 X .. J 1 Egg? if V ' 1- 1, 1 . . A vu fd li. g X X Q at J, 1 so X 5 X 3 Hey, mine has a double yolk! www fx , B . wing Y at I E i f X., 9 f zu' AAA A Z KA i.. N-.40 "f'!'Nav,x.., 4 Panhellenic Council. Front Row: Janis Campbell, Secretary, Linda Dobbs, Treasurer, Mary Seralin, Vice-President, Carol Ann Baylis, President. Second Row: Jane Murray, Marilyn Psencik, Melinda Pryor, Dianne Anders. Third Row: Macy McKay, Ann Kennedy, Boopie Rimmer. Fourth Row: Susan French, Jeanne Bridges, Suzie Murray. Not Pictured: Shirley Hazzlerigg. qv Panhellenic Council The Panhellenic and Junior Panhellenic Councils are under the direction of Mrs. Alberta Carruth. Com- posed of several representatives from each sorority, the councils participate in such worthwhile projects as presenting toys to the children at Ellisville and spon- soring a "Clean up your Campus" campaign. Their unified efforts have helped to promote unity and sisterhood among the eight sororities on the campus. s ' Junior Panhellenic Council. Standing: Linda Carol Brown, Jo Anne Frese, Lynn Fox. Seated, Front I ! Row: Anne Hadaway, Treasurerg Temple Rude, Vice-President, Lynn Berry, President, Delaine 1 Lawrence, Secretary. Seated, Second Row: Joey Roshto, Lynn Cook, Phyllis Burch. Seated, Third Row: Jean Hendershot, Jane Mills. Not Pictured: Dianne Yelverton. v PM A NV t -sf .4 .svn Mfgmw- M, - , Ns A M U gf ' " Q-Q ' .. A . Y ,N . 'W fe. ' Interfraternity Council. First Row, Kneeling: Greg Runyani Quin Gautier, Ken Boutwell, Tom Rushin, Chris Cave, Greek Week Chairman, Scooter Gill, Roger Poulos, Don Parker, Ad- ministrative Vice-President, Frankie Wheat, Judicial Vice- President, Ray Gibson. Second Row: Mike Kuhn, Cultural Relations Chairman, T. J. Testman, Robert McCormick, Ray Mayhall, John Lazenby, Ben McCraw, Alumni Relations Chair- Interfraternit Council The Interfraternity Council, composed of representa- tives of the eight fraternities on campus, is responsible for fraternity policies at USM. Not only does the IFC set rules and regulations concerning the pledging and Junior Interfraternity Council. First Row, Kneeling: Paul Cul- berson, David McCracken, Ellis Hill, Raymond Hartfield, Chip- per Mathis, Terry Bounds, Larry Daughdrill, Bill Cook. Second Row: Frankie Wheat, Advisor, David Gunter, Joel Holifleld, W. wzvfsf '. Q -'sw ix , . . ,,sev..,, Q AW, A - f- ,., -Q 1 , v.,-,1-x,,.M' .f !,..MMeV - man, Jimmy Horn, Secretary, Danny Bizzell, Treasurer, Kerry Vix, Richard Booker, Mike Parker, Brian Hinman, Scholarship Chairman. Third Row: Danny Mitchell, Philip Voss, University Relations Chairman, Bill Riedel, Dave Brandon, Administrative Assistant, Charlie Capps, Bill Ducker, Awards Banquet Chair- man, Earl La Graize, Michael Powell, Aubrey Morrow, Brelon Hill, Bubba Morton, Rush Chairman, Gerald Dickerson. initiating of Fraternity men, but it also promotes better harmony among the fraternities, and sponsors such activities as Greek Week and Intramural competition. Steve Roberts, Chuck Garwood, Ronnie Virden, John Owens, John Pardee, Sonny Dickey, J. D. Ross, Mike Nutt. Third Row: Ray Campbell, Gary Turner, Reggie Blackwell, Regis Do- mergue, Rex Michel, John Guthrie, Bill Jones, Jim Fowler. U!! 'ia .,a t-4. 'fir . es., --vit . . 1711451 FNS 3- NNNW.- ,. .fa ' ' i ? 1 X I e . 5 'V .f Seated: r'rances Stone, lst Vice-President, Edna Skinner, Presidentg Ann Kennedy, 2nd Vice-President. Standing: Peggy Malone, Pledge Trainer, Jennifer Eichelberger, Recording Secretary, Dea Hanson, Cor- responding Secretaryg Ruth Ann Williams, Treasurer. , i t , X A ,ag iii Wg S tri ,Z , 2 P Alpha Sigs start the year off 'right with fall elections. A 1 M W wa wk 13 1 Alpha Sigma Alpha Alpha Signia Alpha was founded on November 15, 1901, in Farmville, Virginia. Beta Delta became the second national sorority on the campus. The Alpha Sig year began with the tri-annual na- tional convention in St. Louis, Missouri. Rush work- shop followed with frantic preparations. And then came rush-a spectacular fanfare which gained for the Alpha Sigs the maximum number of pledges. With 90 members working together, the year was a grand success. The parent-daughter banquet, the winter dance, the big sis-little sis Christmas party, Greek Week, and the long-awaited Red Slipper Ball were only some of the activities of the Alpha Sig year. Alpha Sigs can be found everywhere on campus . . . class ofiicers, senators, Alpha Lambda Delta, Druids, councilors, debate, and many more. Alpha Sigma Alphas, guided by their star . . . Aspire, Seek, Attain. NOT PICTURED: Linda Aultman, Georgianne Clark, Patricia Jabour, Dixie Kelly, Anne Martin, Cynthia Speed, Mary Ann Strahan, Lana Williams. Work plus fun equals the greatest "pledge" class ever. .X M NW- I Micky Carye Albritton Teresa Dianne Alford Leah Beth Allen Margaret Elise Anderson Rebecca Ann Askew Anne Benke Kathleen Blackburn Janey Boring Linda Carol Brown Carolyn Jean Buttles Cynthia M. Campbell Janis Lea Carter Jennifer Kay Castle Judy Annette Clark Charlene Cooley Evelyn Theodora Creel Janice Olivia Crumbley Katherine McCulloch Davis Mary Catherine Davis Rosy Ellen Donohue Carolyn S. Dubard Jean Eagar Jennifer Eichelberger Linda Everett Karen Fairley Edith Lynn Fox Judi Marie French Susan Rose French Becky Gaddis Margaret Buchanan Gallagher Susie Elyse Goforth Elsie Ann Granberry Barbara Jean Haas Evelyn Ann Habeeb Judy Kay Hallenus Dea Hanson Deborah Elaine Harden Sue Elliott Hill Cheryl Ann Hocutt Judy Honeycutt Susan Christine Hudson Suzanne Hutto Jacq Lynn Jones Marie Suzanne Jones Donna Earle Kelley Ann Cecilia Kennedy Brenda Dianne Kennon JoAnn Klein Judy L. Klein Patricia Lucille Loper Dianne Lutrick Dianne Malone Peggy Malone Virginia Dale McMahan Charlotte McQueen Dorothy Ann Mennell Rebecca Eloise Monroe Kay Diane Moore Vicki Morrison Donna Ruth Nelson Brenda Fay Noble Brenda Faye Pearson Margaret Louise Peden Patty Perkins Patricia E. Prescott Elaine Theresa Rahaim Elizabeth Kathleen Richter Frances Elena Rodenbough Judy Margaret Runnels Edna E. Skinner Brenda Elaine Smith Peg Tom Smith Frances Jean Stone Ina Jo Strahan Susan Regina Taylor Jane M. Utz Sandy E. Weigle Barbara Ellen Weiss Lydia Elise White Ruth Ann Williams Linda Gail Yelverton f 5,135 fi , gc 93' as- '70 N. A H ' U ' M- ite- ,,y...., ,I ,ff - , ' ,r 'f 44 A ., V I: V I ma M in A Vim ,V AW '-- X Z 15- 4 'CZ 1 Q '- X, . ' V f x I ., 3: f If .2121 g Y 4 V ,Jaw tv , ' ' ,Q 4 ' if X 3 f zo 'iff-Q an W VM. I Z' 5' - -' I gg ' f if '--- - " U Z M 6 .5 V 1 f J in ' , f, , hw- Q X, , all A ,W at V- ' ff F w , 'pam , ' if ' : if 'J af x Z, - , i f 70 ' ' 2 "' v i fy? t ., of M K , fr 4 f ff X 7 , KZ , 1,1-n ...Q . if . 4' W " S. 5 ht I ky V. f A X, Q, A A W2 'W i .7 f I .M-I 7 ' Q -vu 1 .3 V 4 , M f X .Y 1? , Q V -mt 5 QE , iff' , Q' .1 f f MC " , , lrlv 'Juv ff? 2 2 'vw ' 4 My A J Z7 , g i' 2 f Q E f, I 5. f . J, . I f in it 1 fx, f 4 M '- Vw nv- if t.r i xy 5 ' R X 9 'f " ,f 2' QW5 , ,f ' . xv, A , fi . ,i2 ,, In . 1 I " i E ' ia e 179 Z. , , it v On 1 1, 1 1 'Y ef f 2 .W . U, L , fa, , W f . YW I ln, if W" f M 5 V 1 l IQ ,va C, Y M ' K N A qi.. . 1'l '1: f f i ,."', ff , A 79 , 7,7-V -Q A L X1 , . 1 my fa -N M fini ,?'- X U12 d 4 . Hsu wx., , ,.,,, V fr ' If W all 6' O 2 r' it F, as I 5- ' 'iq P 1 . 3' ' K., 5, 17" , ,f ff!! 2.4. 4. we v 1 MWC, ' 249 gt Q. M4 ri ' gg 3 F -x ao 'D -.- C." i . ,yy 5, na .. , f mi, ff? 7 if K 2 Q, x " :iq 'Q- .. A tk-ff' fi 'rex iv! 41 Q? ' , , w gk 4 I N X 5 le. ,rf g.. , . Au -Q' 1' ' A 'V' pas y ' L. Wi Chi mega The sisterhood of Chi Omega was enriched by 34 new "owls" after a very successful rush. Chi Omegas STAY active in campus life . . . head cheerleader, sportsmanship trophy, class officers, favorites, beauties, Dixie Darling captain, editor of annual, Who's Who, Hall of Fame, senators, ROTC sponsors, Homecoming maids, fraternity sweethearts. Chi Omega remembers . . . Song Fest fGrannie Gowns!D , serenades, banquets, and PARTIES!!! Go ahead, John Fred . . . Night Owl, Lewis! . . . Moose Club reconvenes . . . Bill Bailey died . . . A Man in Panhellenic?!!! Aside from these activities, Chi Omega remains a true sisterhood with each girl contributing to a symphony of high purpose in which there is no dis- cordant note . . . And so forever: Carnation white, gleams through the night, Brings back those bright sunny days, Linda Dickey, Pledge Trainer, Frances Nimocks, Secretaryg Marilyn Eternity - - - Fraternity - - - Chi Omega, Always- Miller, President, Brenda Wilson, Vice-Presidentg Carol Hart Went- worth, Treasurer. NOT PICTURED: Chi Omegas hoot their way to the spirit trophy. Carlene Alfonso, Janis Dean Barnes, Elizabeth Dean Falcon, Joan Elizabeth Wentworth. Rush brings "Double, Double, Toil and Trouble." ai' E 1 2 1 1 vw 1 , , ,rs fi!! vz. s' 1 I 2 , - ,A- , r , X x N. - f fr' i f 9, Aww 1 :iz -,e . , 1 YN X Q ., C- x f igf .Q .sell - ' u K N 3 - 8 1 l X e 1 - i x X , E S Vg Q XX S x 'ix ' ,N ! i fu 'I - , i M, . , . 2 . 3:5 .',Y wi 1 ,pf 180 -X X , Q 5 ., 4 Linda L. Amacker Bev Berry Jo Bryant Rosemary Campbell Ladye Susan Cain Sarai Ann Canfield Kathy E. Cook Norma Lynn Cook Princy Cook Claudette Demant Crawford Lee Marsha Crosby Kathy E. Crowder Rita Suzanne Cutrer Linda Lurline Daws Linda Gray Dickey Agnes Jefferds Dixon Elizabeth Wilkins DeMoville Linda Rae Dobbs Martha Alice Dunagin Patricia Lucille Ellis Patricia Lois Evans Donna Lee Field Judy Lynne Field Stella Conway Fisher Lynda A. Ford Nancy D'Aun Fox Marilyn Gerhart Madelyn Carol Giuffria Sharon Diane Grubbs Patricia Ryan Guider Ann Carter Hadaway Penny Hale Merida Hathorn Sandra Hicks Susan Horn Sharyn Lynn Hutchinson Jean Marie Johnson Mary Dayne Kenamond Linda Jean Kennedy Marolyn Annette Kenney Diana Eugenia Kouns Kathy Marie Lambeth Barbara Anne Lewis Donna Kay Mayfield Ellen Welch McCurdie Emma Janet McCurdie Addie Ann McDonald Macy Diane McKay Rita Inez McLeod Jeannene McMullan Marilyn Miller Susan Lynne Moffett Debbye Moore Lyda Grace Mullins Frances Gayle Nimocks Brenda Kay Ogletree Linda Kate Ogletree Weezie Ory Jacqueline Pace Shelley Percy Janice Lynn Phillips Judy Ann Price Meredith Richmond Janis Carole Ridout Connie Lou Riley Cindy Ann Ross Kay Susan Scott Janet Elaine Shearer Janet Louise Shelton Mary Anne Simmons Marilyn Skrmetta Sylvia J. Smith Frances Ann Sullivan Katherine Sutherland Sherrie Waggener Susan Joy Walker Mildred Adele Ware Carol Hart Wentworth Brenda Lou Wilson , f i Q69 .A im 4 , , '15, " A . V ,X '- ' qv, 53 ' t. 4- A F- 1 ,, l' ' A Q. Z I fA A A f 5 WA 'I sf- "- g 'P 1 ' ' , S ,. . K ' AJ, 1 -' , . Q., MAA gf, Q .V A - ' . " J lm ' I Q '55 S A KA" WY! 'i ' xxx v H V1 f " Xa K4 ,A f MA W' . ff + ' " A, A .f ' , i ii i is ff ff, f at if A.! A B. A A 3 ' 'Um Iinwqgl' -v v A A A "jaw M 2-s , gay 'Sw-'Az A f A gif ,L A 'if ,A " A X A A , A 5 , I AA if X 6 W . A f ff F' f V- V f of x I yy l::: J ,, A 1 :y, AA N J L A . - A f I abs 5,52 2 A ., , " ' A A, i X X A 1 f fgf X F 1 1 f x . '- 1 V' Z 1'1 . ' 1 Q f i Af - ,, .:' lv, ' ' 1 n. il ' MG FA ,A ' tr, av ,f ' ff: ' - ' A 44 - f- L- 2 v E' ' 'A Ytfkff F ' 'L Y , , L ,, .fi A Q f """' fl 1 ' Fifi. , V I I Aug A if J yyiii .F f J A x li l 'I , f A 1 l GJ ,AA ...K AZ ZZ! few H 'gf' 7. -U gn A X K 5 3. A . 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And the pledges serenaded, singing, "We joined Tri Delta and found our place." f Delta Delta Delta Founded in love, sustained on mutual respect and admiration, sheltered by an unfaltering loyalty to its sisters-this is Tri Delta, a sisterhood not just for four years, but for always. Founded 1888, the Deltas have worked together and achieved many honors . . . SGA, Druids, Phi Delta Rho, Alpha Lambda Delta, class oflicers, Pom-pom girls, Dixie Darlings, Homecoming court, VVho's Who, beauties, Kappa Alpha Rose, Phi Tau sweetheart, Song Fest . . . the list goes on. But, our sisterhood is more than surface values. We are all individuals, yet we are all part of a whole. Each of us is different, yet we find strength in our diversity as well as in our uniformity. Bound by one common dream, we join in singing, but more in living Delta Love. Friendship true, love for you, this will part us never. NOT PICTURED: Patsy Chance, Delaine Lawrence, Linda Mills, Beverly Smith. "Dandy" fun in the chapter room when those "Dandy" pledges came 'running over with bids in hand. QTATW 'Q 181 Peggy Lorene Abshier Margaret Ellen Anderson Nancy Jo Barneko Martha Kay Blue Carol Kay Boatman Margaret Ann Brame Katheryn Lydia Bryant Jolynn Callaway Janis Elaine Campbell Linda Diane Conner Melaney Copeland Alice Patricia Cubley Marty Curry Beverly Ann Dale Ann Mary Ellzey Sherrye Louise Ethridge Mary Gayden Flowers Sally Floyd Pamela Ann Forte Wanda Dianne Gardner Judy Kay Garrette Donna Faye Gatlin Jean Glen Gillette Gillette Greene Joan Vivian Kathy Ann Sharon Griffon Patricia June Hammons Virginia Vaiden Hawkins Hester Elizabeth Heath Gerry Hogue Liz Hogue Jane Cecille Jenkins Julie Ann Jurich Judi Catherine Killion Camille Kling Kitty Kolger Sharyn Kathleen Lawson Pamela Little Karen Sue Lucius Emmy Lowery Linda Dianne Mann Carolyn Vicki McGarity Nancy Merle McMillan Elizabeth Ruth McSwain Ann McWhorter Sue Ann Miller Colleen Elizabeth O'Mara Mary Carolyn Parker Becky Parris Pie Payne Anne Pearson Sherry Pierce Carole Ann Pigott Robbie Robertson Pinkerton Janelle E. 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A -2 Q 3 ' fr' er It at ly gpm ., S 1 -'- .. ,gg a Q 'F Seated: Beth Pittman, Recording Secretaryg Astrid Spencer, Rush Chair- mang Beverly Johnson, Presidentg Billie Jean Herrod, Pledge Trainer. Standing: Gayle Leech, Historian-Editorg Sandra Stewart, Treasurerg Linda Hulse, Corresponding Secretary, ma' Delta Zeta spirit rises above all. Delta Zeta A lamp of gold, kilarney rose, pink and green pledge ribbons, big sisters, solemn moments along with happy, hilarious ones, trust and friendship of sisterhood . . . a girl with the sparkle of the diamond in her eyes-Delta Zeta is all of these Wonderful things. After a successful rush and quota, Delta Zeta got in the full swing of campus life . . . social pledge swaps, after-game parties, winter and spring formals, members and officers in various organizations on the campus, College Queen, service projects, those nightly candle- lights, serenades, tops in intramural sports, steak and beans supper, Honor Court, and DZ THRUSH strikes again kidnapping the football team. But most important . . . We are the Delta Zetas, sisters in an eternal bond of friendship. NOT PICTURED: Kathy Buck, Karen Lynn Case, Nancy Ryan. Rush: A lot of work plus a little glamour. 184 'TH 1 , V 'al yt! ,,,,ss,.s,,,Q 4' ,. .,,, ,, , Becky K. Andrews Anna Sue Anest Charlotte Marie Barnett Carolyn Marie Barr Barbara G. Bennett Mary Virginia Bevon Dorothea Brock Susan Elain Brown Phyllis Carol Burch Melrose C. Burns Joy Marie Conn Sue H. Curtis Marinell Davis Elizabeth Ann Edwards Janice Gail Friar Donna Lynn Gardner Beverly Carole Hammons Linda Haver Shirley Anne Hazzlerigg Jean Clare Hendershot Vicki G. Hendershot Billie Jean Herrod Mary Katherine Holman Linda Dale Hulse Toni Cyrilia Jackson Margaret Anne Jernigan Beverly Gay Johnson Diane Jones Susan Diane Jones Cynthia Leona Kautz Wanda Ann King Laura Dale Lanius Shelby Dean Lathum Sherry Madison Candy Karen Martin Karen Elaine McCool Susan McClintock Betty Jean McFarland Mary Beth Nelson Vicki Owens Elizabeth Ann Pittman Carolyn Delores Poole Marilyn Ann Psencik Cheryl Anne Reid Sue Beth Richmond Kathy Karen Ruffin Paula Lane Rush Judy Ryerson Patricia Elaine Scott Cathy Dee Shelton Diana Gail Simmons Jo Ann Smith Stephanie Marie Smith Ronee Camille Sommers Astrid Spencer Susan Stevenson Sandra Nora Stewart Jayne Tho-mpson Bonnie Faye Turner Linda Carol Vaughn Pam Walker Vicki Lynn Ware Sandra Kay Williams ,- RN mm vs Si 'KX if fri? 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L' 43 , :th , . ,Z I, . ,Q f :tt i' ' , A ik I 4-.Q 'i .unfit X ,N ff l rw . x . 0- I A. .Y :iq :N'?x! V, --- - .-- all it x nik. A A -Q K X r. 0, . .a . 5 r 'P E ' if Q 'S - 5' Q f ,kr gy-wr ,wa Nr? E' E , , gi .,l, i t y af fy ,X .L 32 sm . " Q 527s , Seated: Teena Cox, Secretary, Linda Hinton, Editor, Ann Stahler, Vice- President. Standing: Bobby Jean Morris, President, Georgiana Risk, Membership Chairman, Linda King, Assistant Treasurerg Linda Mclnnis, Treasurer. Anything for the Greeks! 1 Kappa Delta Kappa Delta, founded on October 23, 1897, represents a sisterhood which lasts far beyond our college years. Sixty-two thousand Kappa Deltas join Beta Sigma chapter in knowing that "Happiness is a sisterhood called Kappa Delta." Our hard work was rewarded when we received the scholarship plaque on Honor's Day for the second consecutive year, we also received the first-place trophy for the number-o-ne homecoming float in beauty. Kappa Deltas are . . . beauties, class officers, senators, Miss USM, fraternity Sweethearts, cheerleaders, and Dixie Darlings . . . and amid all this activity, we still remain on top in scholarship! Those treasured memories . . . conventions in Pasa- dena, serenades, birthday parties, "perk-a-pet," chapter room get-togethers . . . these are memories that last forever. Kappa Delta reflects a glorious present, a fondly re- membered past, and a future full of emeralds and pearls, white roses, and A.O.T. NOT PICTURED: Becky Benson, Patty Graham, Marijon Kirkland, Margaret McLennon, Sheila Moore, Janet Piccinati, Karlyn Riggsby, Marcia Theidel, Linda Thompson, Jean Underwood. To Oz? To Oz! Ann M. Alford Diane Anders Carolyn J. Armstrong Rita Baker Sherry Lowe Benson Jenny Lynn Biglane Kathy Bishop Jean E. Bodden Beth Bouchillon Bethany Ann Brock Camille Susanne Butler Brenda Carol Chancellor Lisa J. Clark Montressa Cochran Justine Ann Cox Tommie Louise Davis Linda Elizabeth Disharoon Gail Dunigan Mary Elaine Elliott Vicki Lynn Farr Sharon Diane Faughn Sandra Lynn Faulkner Ellen Finch Vicki Lynn French Carol Elizabeth Hardage Linda Nell Hinton Sandra Nell Jones Lynn Keith Irene Terrell Kern Faye Kersh Linda Baxter King Catherine Jane Kittrell Katherine Ladner Virginia Long Sachia Long Margaret Angela MacLennan Sally Jane Maddox Betty Martindale Sandra Lynn McCall Nan McCormick Linda Ann Mclnnis Charlotte Ann McIlwain Melanie Mae Mikell Lizzie Jane Mills Joy Ann Montgomery Sharon Kay Moore Bobby Jean Morris Jane E. Murray Lynda Rose Perry Medora Faye Poole Virginia Beth Prevost Vicki Adair Ramsey Georgiana Risk Beverly Nelle Robinson Ludie Rogers Ruth Lynn Russell Donna J. 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Standing: Barbara Davis, Recording Secretaryg Linda Waycaster, Membership Chairmang Cynthia Perkins, Correspond- ing Secretary, Suzonne Ellis, Panhellenic Delegateg Kay Holmes, Pledge Director. 7 OVE , U um F. a in-.N-W "Hip.' Hip! Phi Mu!" I l Phi Mu "Love, honor, and truth" are the ideals of Phi Mu sorority . . . "The Faithful Sisters." And we can be found in every walk of campus life . . . Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Printz, WMSU, SNEA, three ROTC sponsors, beauties, Miss Mississippi World, Mississippi's Camilleia Queen, two cheerleaders, Southern Players, annual staE, and winners of Greek Week. Remember when . . . Champagne kicked off rush . . , we got the greatest pledge class ever! . . . 25219 . . . Yes, I'll get you a date . . . she put what on the scrapbook??? . . . Sergeant Pepper's reigned supreme . . . Batman returned for a second season . . . aggravation at 3:00 A.M .... "Cards, anyone?" . . . jump for joy, the coast is the most! . . Go, Navy!! Reeves starts a bug collection . . . Purvis has a change of heart! . . . Oh, "Number 72, I love you!" Yes, sleepy in the morning, tired at noontime, feeling fine at night . . . we're the Phi Mu sisters who wear the rose and white. NOT PICTURED: Rose Mary Boswell, Martha Rene Cooper, Randa Kay Dyar, Debbie Hawkins, Penny Pigott, Linda Proctor, Jozan Ray, Sandra Reeves, Margo Smith, Sue Smith, Priss Turner. I think I'll . . . Oh . . . um . . . I think Fll forget it! 88 missy-aw Martha Jane Beason Diana Lynn Betts Carol Ann Brocato Linda Gale Brooks Patricia M. Caraher Brenda Anne Carroll Linda Jeanne Claytovr Cindy Collard Irma Eleanor Cross Mary Earle Davidson Barbara Ann Davis Celia Elizabeth Eastland Suzonne Ellis Rhonda Jescene Enlinger Cynthia Jean Fennel Marilyn Jean Ford Karen J. Gay Susan McLaurin Guilbert Cindy Lynn Graham Joahan Grimm Pat Haley Kay Holmes Yolan Avie Hunter Lorey Jean Inman Jean Clare Johnston Georgia Beth Kelly Jean Carol Lanier Shirley Jean Mangum Frances Elizabeth McRae Kay Murray Cynthia Sue Overby Patty Overstreet Juneria Theresa Parr Cynthia Perkins Janise Green Polewoda Melinda Pryor Suzanne Purvis Faye Anne Quigley Frances Hulen Robinson Joey Faye Roshto Denise Karen Rowe Mary Temple Rude Mary Serafm Bee Bee Shirley Nancy Marie Shoemake Patricia Ann Smith Drenda Joyce Spitchley Pam Stubbs Deborah Ann Summerlin Anna Tarczanin Philis Ree Vanlandingham Linda Ann Wacaster Chloe Ford Walker Shirley Margaret Walters Roblyn Wells L .MN ,av Q, ' A R ff.: ggi' -rn. .. af, I L I 3- V I fi 'wi . , , F x V : 1 9 1 ' X I s , A ,Q ' A ' w 2 'z VA ,Q fl!! 5 rg' X, KF Q. ti , ,,. g my ' lr Ns. 6 4, V-,. 71:-as if f .gf , 11 im ,nzz jiiu ., ' a .. 7' , , AV' A ,N f i qw, Q 1 w L7 Z f 4 ,vx Y f 7 as ,fm If I-SQ if' 7 0 f 9' 4 M. f W fy M ,f ,,f'- . ,Y I Un I I I, an 5. f' ig. fm it ' ... ---c, , ff 'N 7' V 0 ' ' , nn"' W f - ,5 A f 6 QW , U59 'H ff . 4.12. 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' 'ff fn , F?-fm lil au- Z ltf-jsxx' T' as xi -,K 'lst Seated: Kathryn Schledwitz, Presidentg Eddie Welford, Corresponding Secretary. Standing: Martha Ann Harris, Membership Chairmang Patricia Byrnes, Vice-Presidentg Linda Garrard, Treasurer, Kay Nowlin, Scholarship Chairman, Marilyn Myers, Pledge Trainer, Pam Pritchard. Recording Secretary. . , , f is E is 5- And who said coke was the pause that refreshes? Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi, the oldest national fraternity for women, was founded 101 years ago at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois. At present, Pi Phi has 111 college chapters and two new colonies across the United States. One can look on Southern's campus and see a Pi Phi in almost every organization. She participates in . . . Alpha Lambda Delta, Druids, 'Tau Beta Sigma, Scope, Committee of 100, religious organizations, and the Student Government Association. Band fraternity sweetheart, ROTC sponsor, USM debator, and Presi- dent's and Dean's list scholars are among some of our honors. Among our many sorority activities in Pi Phi this year were camp retreats, alumnae supper, pledge swaps, service projects, Christmas dance, spring formal, and initiation . . . we are well on our way to another century of sisterhood. NOT PICTURED: Linda Biglane, Laurie Dukes, Susie Hatcher, Barbara Iverson, Kay Major, Sybil Marty, Marilyn Myers, Linda Noland. Welcome C71 to the Pi Phi chapter 'room ICU. 3' i IQO .. , .. ' 5-ff a -wt... Peggy Louise Adams Bethany Bert Barron Carole Ann Baylis Lynn Louise Berry Linda Kay Biglane Catherine Louise Breaux Jeanne Louise Bridges Becky Burst Patricia Lynn Byrnes Mary Roberta Chisholm Robbie E. Cobb Frankie Karen Corns Dawn Cromartie Caroline Davis Ann Dowdle Laurie Anne Elder Katrina Marguerite Farris Louan Gabbert Ferrell Lucia A. Fishel Betty Chloe Frese Jo Anne Frese Linda Marie Garrard Donna Lynn Gonsoulin Teresa Ann Grant Rebecca Ann Grove Martha Ann Harris Marcia Ann Hire Helen Karlynn Hughes Joy Elaine Johnson Lynn Johnson Connie Louise Johnston Joyce Elayne Kendrick Jean Susan LaCasse Genevieve Lewis Stella Malta June Elizabeth McCaskill Margueritte Ellen McDonnell Susan Minniece Georgina Pace Natalie Marie Peters Ingrid Dayne Price Nancy Allison Pless Pamela Anne Pritchard Mildred Louise Roberts Barbara Lee Ross Beverly Ann Ross Linda Ann Rusling Kathryn Ann Schledwitz Kay Seale Sherry Lynn Sherfey Robin Smalling Jenny Anne Troxler Jenna Sue Turner Nancy Gale Waller Eddie K. Welford Joice Ann Wharton Jan Ann Williams Betty Wilson Patricia Ann Winter fbi? cf , 1 l 3 5s fQn-49 J f f r 1 'Y , 240 5: ' -vs iq. " - X ST X 2 1 2 ., Q3 P 'Wh M' Ak an 12: K V vw 9' 5. Z ... ..,. . . 4 f ai fn, -A., 'S 4 QM mga f f 'QW ' 2, 1 7 5' ff ., . ' M. W 5L "Wwe ? -:I r 3 . f 9 9 X 3 1 V J -v 'EE 5 si .. 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Standing: Jeanne Ragland, Keeper of Gradesg Fran Roberts, Recording Secretaryg Peggy Gamble, Treasurerg Candace Smith, Corresponding Secretary. 14 . MW sag ,V , , .if A X5 mm Mm x mm-, www 5 Z ,Z . wmars. .U QA V ,fx f L remix. 4. 2 ,, New Z Z Z ' 0 gif xg 3, W 6 if 5 l E S V i I ' NW. Come on, Elmo, bring the whole family! f K is f f 5 I 5 , 4 X s V G. f iw 9" ,, f Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma, one of the "Farmville Four," was founded April 20, 1898, at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. It was the first national sorority to be installed on Southern's campus. Tri Sigmas participate in the national Robbie Page Memorial. One way we fulfill our call to "Sigmas Serve Children" is by collecting clothing for a local Indian reservation. Tri Sigmas are found on every walk on campus . . . pep rallies, intramurals, homecoming, Song Fest, and Greek Week. Part of being a Sigma is working as a team on a homecoming float, formals, Big Sis-Little Sis parties, and informal get-togethers. Through our activities, local and national, we demonstrate a sister- hood which remains "Faithful Unto Death." NOT PICTURED: Missy Bates, Suzy Christiance, Cindy Dresser, Suzanne Fletcher, Martha Gibbs, Carol Diver Ladnier, Ellzabeth R lnd, Suzanne Schexnayder, Becky Patterson, Jeanne aga Dillard Smith. -X 7 192 Pep rallies aren't complete without the sigma.s. Q 5,- Patsy Ann Brumfield Sandra J. D'Angelo Diane Fant Elizabeth J. Fry Margaret Jo Gamble Janis Graham Kathy A. Hellpenstell Susan Elizabeth Hoffman Julie Katherine Lammel Sarah Ann Langston Joyce Marie Lyle Susan L. Maddox Gail. Miller Carolyn Edna Moore Susan Rae Moore Suzie Mae Murray Rita D. Quinnelly Robbie E. Randall Rebecca Marie Rayfield Ruby Frances Roberts Anne B. Shaddock Sidney Katherine Sherwood Adrienne Chaille Simmons Mary Elizabeth Simmons Candace L. Smith Elizabeth Madella Stanford Ernest Lynn Stevens Sarah Irene Walter Carol Ann Whetstone Carol Ann White Cathy Helene White Q L H1915 M..- N ,., .V Q ef X 6 Q X X le xx u X . , sw, Q .. X fi, er , Y wr 'Q jf- .UIJ M. sp, 7. - S if Y' . V . t x .ax -I 3 A 10. tx 6 'Mr re Vt., ,ix 'S ,fri . .BDSM Vw 1 f Tl 'US ' uf-, W, ! Vs 'X 'Q 'B 'fn W' l'fmw,A' ,am 1 MMM-. 4 fly' 'W' In Q . My 1 Am QM S.. V. Q. 1? il fi l sa Miken ef' X X was 2 V ,... Q . .Q X-. ...K . " "lS""'Y" Q f 1 .X Q ,fe .Y .tfui 7 W wa. an , .W N 55523 fs X hx . was . X 1 1 . X 3' . N Nw 'Xa 'if - , I 3 . f X 4 .mf- X Ax divx .2 r 1 af.-"W 4 4,4 1 --' , 3 , ga ag if 'K 'Wm va X t 2 1 Q fm in 5 K 'N 1'q? i fm M 5 E Wm wk' 1 -3-TZ. .. N' E . 'fe- ...fy , 4 . ,Q ..i, "'- ' .. L -L ' mx QM ha- A Rus YVTATNX . ..,., . S3 , 193 YQTQ F' f f 'WR YG o I x' V A Seated: Hugh Dossett, Master of Ceremonies, Gene Silcox, Recording Secretary, Ed Assaf, Vice-President, and Tom Rushin, Master of Cere- monies. Standing: Ray Mayhall, Corresponding Secretary, Warren Gon- zales, Treasurerg and Jack Tolley, President. -n "wi" J f"i Wk ,NJ Boys, this is supposed to be illegal, but after all it's 'rush . . . Alpha Tau Alpha Tau Omega ginia, September 11, ternity founded after the Civil War. Southern's Epsilon Upsilon Chapter was installed November 19, 1949. is especially proud of its house, Illfigil was founded at Richmond, Vir- 1865-the first Greek letter fra- Alpha Tau Omega which includes living room with a bar and an "active" lounge. Our house has been the scene of many a happy party. "Rush" came through thick and thin, and in the long run we were successful as usual. Heart-attack Sid left, Bad-heart Tolley came in, but too soon to know about Lazenby . . . Homecoming best we have seen, open- house is always FUN . . . 100 per-cent members on Dean's List . . . Christmas came with songs, cheer, and games . . . Warren became Treasurer, now he is driving a new car . . . Death is back with all of his pills . . . The Snakes ask, "No more parties?" . . . Spring is Spring, Fun is Fun, and ATO's are ATO's . . . VVhat more can be said except that we are, and always will be number one? NOT PICTURED: Joel T. Cook, James P. Dunn, John C. Fowler, Michael T. Glover, Michael E. Govern, Gilbert H. Hixon, William P Kaster, Ronald P. Manley, William C. McCrory, Michael W Mooney, John N. Sakkis, Innis E. Silcox, Hampton S. Smith Terry W. Thorpe, John M. Tolley, Carl W. Wallman, Louis E Willard. What a change of pace! 194 Q ae- .....,,,.,. i Ed G. Assaf David M. Berry Timothy D. Bragassa James Leonard Britton Peter W. Brouwer Lawrence Newton Brown Keary Elvin Burger Jerald Glenn Casano John Alan Cook Greg S. Cooper Kenneth D'Angelo James Ethan Davis Clay Degler Robert M. Distin C. Regis Domergue Hugh A. Dossett Vernon Hall Freeman Richard Warren Gonzales Charles Jackson Hartman Robert Michael Hommel Danny H. Kennedy John E. Lazenby William R. Marshall C.. Ray Mayhall Dan Marshall McCormick Robert Montgomery William L. Morgan Keith William Myers Kenneth John Myers Thomas J. Numnum Michael M. Pace James E. Pledger John E. Richardson Thomas R. Rushin Charles Douglas Russell Paul Alan Sala John Douglas Stone Clifton Nelson Stone Barry L. Tabor Craig Kimball Tatum Peter J. Umbdenstock Thomas Edward Walton William Latham Weathers Warren Whittington Jack G. Williams Larry Olen Wright gl' s f'S"'. Wm, 'qt' QQ . "" 4- A 'W' -ff 'W' as W' K 0 ""'j sz., I ' ""' ""ff'f"' if YW' 1 " X41 2 if X X ' P 1 -'i A 1,5 Q -53.5 Y 5: .D if 11? 1 V X 4 wc. K J ar- ,W , ,,. , ,... R 1 We ? 4 . Q -2 f 3408 M 5, as . W " 7 is 'lv' 3 if . '-if ' A Z 'W' I '74 ' Snr.-. j' im, ' sw W. 1 X 5 1 f " M I 'im 47 39 E J ff f f ff I I , ' 'x W J' 'A' 53f-ff, fm., .4 5? Q-'L -Q luv 113, Q Qi rf- .22 r - A it 1- "X ' .. A 5' N Q sr . rg lf 3 .fra at 'S' 195 I a - 'gn-' Front Row: Mike Heidelberg, Corresponding Secretaryg Tommy Dorscy, Vice-President, Butch Gordon, President, Lynn McMahan, Recording Secretary. Back Row: David Kihyet, Historian, Ken Boutwell, Treasurerg Paul Grissom, Parliamentariang Jim McClarey, Doormang Vic Ramore, Social Chairman. wwf V Y V17 .X KA's take annual trip to Ole Miss. I Kappa Alpha rdcr From its founding at Washington College, Virginia. on December 21, 1865, Kappa Alpha Order has grown and prospered into one of the nation's leading fraterni- ties. Over 60,000 living Kappa Alpha's can testify to the everlasting influence of the fraternity that aspires to the virtues of Robert Edward Lee. Southern's Gam- ma Zeta Chapter was installed on January 9, 1949, and has since held a dominant position in Southern life. Rosie elected KA Province Rose . . . Rush? KAls win as usual. Parties? Sykes, remember Old South, Black and White Formal, football game parties, annual Ole Miss b-us trip, Christmas Parties, beer bust, and the house party at Brandon's Beach-just to name a few, good job Vic. Guilbert turns chauffeur for Abra- ham . . . Webb crashes, but Gus gets girl . . . Vlfhitehead turns rancher . . . Wheat Barley Alfalfa, Give 'em Hell Kappa Alpha! NOT PICTURED: John M. Beard, Arthur Eidman, Richard A. Hattier, Danny M. McDaniel, Craig B. Mason, Edward D. Mercer, Dale H. Nichols, Steven H. Purdy, Victor H. Rurnore, John R. Sumrall, William R. Wrigth. Days and days of manual labor produced this outstanding decofafnkm. ' V. ' iff., ,A 1 . .,V.,. fi . .cf - is at ,-ff. as A W-.... A . -- ' fl" 'Q' 3'-" - ' ' '. 753: ' .f ftkf4"'f' 1 ' 2- .. it , s33H'S1,' ' 1 'Y-255.05 fx..-N-'. -J A -.s.,.sNf mx x'.L-1'f-XfT.:.1'i5x LFS.. . 5 V' ' nf FS ,f"li.!f 4 -11. X A--SZ-was -- .ddr " aw 'ATM' . M 'V irf9fQ?'Yi?1tf 'ft'.x.2v2X3i.:A." c A-f . ral. sg..-.SQ-1:54.31-W s- Nw. PX M scan' N' 1 Nb. 3-:S William Byron Abraham Edward Adams Jerry Truman Bailey Henry Eugene Barber Thomas Foster Barfield Reginald Henderson Blackwell Kenneth G. Boutwell Dave Brandon Paul Zeno Brewer Jerry Mitchell Bryant Douglas Burnett John Scott Carr Thomas James Clark H. Larry Daughdrill M. Ed Dennis Donald Louis Doleac Thomas Elgin Dorsey John Parks Dunn Tommy M. Eiland Edward Earl Ford Donald C. Fowler Ronald B. Gammill Warner H. Gaston Quin Gautier W. W. Gautier James David Gordon Curtis Wilson Gordon, Jr. Louis David Grashot Gregory Douglas Gray Paul David Grissom William Y. Guilbert Walter Earl Hammons Steven Hancock Michael Judson Heidelberg James Parker Hills Joseph Browning Holmes William Curry Howton David E. Kihyet Robert Julian Kyser Frederick Norton Lewis Ben B. Mathews Robert Eugene May E. James McClary Donald Patrick McCrory Lynn Bryce McMahan Edward Brooks Monsour James Welch Morgan Wm. Aubrey Morrow William Joseph Mottern John David Myers John Hunter Nance Harold Cox Paterson Eugene Petree Frank Edward Pippin Martin Earl Presley Jerry Wayne Pyron Wayne Stanton Salathe Robert Donald Schneeilock Neil H. Simrall Robert Malcolm Sowell James Lundy Stokes Stephen C. Stutts Johnny O. Sykes Lamar Roberts Taylor Hugh Alfred Thompson Edward Trigg Thomas Lowry Webb Johnny Kurtz Whitehead ,F Q71-QT. nm., f if N r he r 'VST' f 'Pm is L'-'F-.. 7 T wt 1.4 ff 3.419 J 5 I gem? in- ms 5".7'f!"i", 9. ,Uh mt .V ,-. fm Y' Q X .. ,, f X s. J Z. 2 in 622 , MM c' fa S pf w S my V Ziff , . fi f ia f Mg, li A- ii -fs. 'g 4, Mya. ly 1 m gmj l" 'W p- fin, P+. igfg., in ,-., A' " i . Q... If 'Y fe N A 7 Y'-7 z-:J , ' , J ' 4' 4' -- .y A vs- ? R 'org E art-is .' f I' I 'f 9.4 nz-X, ,N Q.,- 4,.. 4? 33"-W '97 ,ex v. g oi,- wr W is ,.f',7- M. -X X f., 5 -' , no ,,,, J rv cf 2, TC: J s V 3 , , rv 1- s 4- ' -,- ,,.. ' Seated: Philip Voss, Grand Treasurerg Don Banu, Grand Procuratorg Orin Gill, Grand Masterg George Hoppe, Grand Master of Ceremoniesg and Thomas Wickliffe, Grand Scribe. Standing: Charles V. McElwee, Pledge Trainerg Richard M. Field, Guardg Duane F. Hurt, Guard: James G. Horn, House Managerg and Mark Dabbs, Guard. ' , ,.,. QT! . K A f r z Kappa Sigs present Southe'rn's game ball to referees at the Memphis State game, completing their run from Hattiesburg to Jackson. Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigma was traditionally founded at the Uni- versity of Bologna in 1400. In the United States, Kappa Sigma began at the University of Virginia on December 10, 1869. A dream became reality . . . Epsilon Nu Chapter of Kappa Sigma at Southern, having lost its house by fire, rebuilt, and moved fifty-six Brothers, Pledges, and "Mom" into its new colonial home. Parties? Wow! That Roaring 20's party-equalled only by Founder's Day and the South Sea Island- legal this year. Politics? Sigs once again capture high campus honors -President ODK, Yellowjackets, IFC, Senior class vice-president, Hall of Fame, Mr. USM, and other SGA offices. On the home front-Gill oils the "machine" . . . Horn receives the OOS Award . . . Long distance calling from MS-CW, for Mr. D. Bann, or anyone . . . Who's Froogle? . . . Memphis State football, yep, that was us! The tough got going, 'cause the going got tough! but we won it for the "Gipper." NOT PICTURED: Thomas L. Bailey, Richard K. Bennett, Joseph F. Best, Buford C. Blount, Massimo R. Bozzetti, James W. Buffett, Frank A. Cain, Frank J. Campbell, Paul L. Culberson, Mark B. Dabbs, Robert O. Deas, Roy J, DeFranco, Thomas L. Dickerson, Michael P. Dwyer, Kirby L. Everette, John D. Gardner, Alton R. Geno, Orin J. Gill, Michael E. Gowen, John R. Hammond, Claud V. Harris, David H. Jussely, Harold J . Kornfuhrer, Terry A. Lambert, William O. Lowrey, Raymond G. lVIcEachern, Charles V. McElwee, III, Frank J. Montressor, William B. Pendergrass, Roger D. Poulos, Henry J. Randazzo, Thomas E. Rebold, Frank E. Riggs, Robert D. Stroupe, Nicholas V. Vesa, Paul D. Wheeler, Thomas N. Wickliffe. What do you mean, I made a social blunder!!! AHF 95 whx I Ai l' A ,.. ,,- .Q QF, 'I .. "X , E g ------ 'Hif i'-',.....'t - ss- , . we k M' .. A .U s-.,.,. A, rl' ans,-" awk, i ,A Q 'mf yu: U fir . N MQW .iv ae' 4 Richard Douglas Allen Donald Dickinson Bann Bill Berry Nolan Michael Brown A. Fisher Callaway John Ellis Catlette T. Frank Collins Kenneth M. Davis Dan Deason Samuel Joseph Demeranville III Allen Edward Doering Robert George Effinger Thomas Marshall Elias Richard Marion Fields L. Donald Fillingame James Huston Garner John Reed Guice Geoffrey Bryan Hartwig Gerald Floyd Hemphill Ellis Dean Hill George D. Hoppe Randall Emmette Howard James Grover Horn Wayne Morris Howell Duane Forrest Hurt James Ronnie Idom William Lloyd Jones William Jon Kennon William D. Kehoe, Jr. Joseph William King Melton Cassidy King Frederic William Kloman Warren Gerald Lambuth James Ronald Locke Joseph Lester Lomax Erik M. Lowrey Stephen J. MacDonald Edward F. Magenheimer Frank Peter Matulich David Russell McCracken Thomas F. McDaniel Michael Tilford McDonald Willian T. Mclnnis Rex John Michel Gary E. Odom Claude Joseph Partridge Eddie T. Payne Arthur Joseph Porcari Ronald Palmer Rahaim Joe David Rankin William Robert Richardson, Jr. Robert A. Sadler L. Robert Seitzinger Emery Turner Smith F. Charles Stange William Sanford Taylor Robert C. Thompson Thad I. Vann Wiley Neal Vaughn Frank Stanley Vincent Robert P. Vincent, Jr. Keary Henry Vix Philip Dane Voss Mike Walker John E. Zupko X ii' Ax Aff fly 5 :xg - .. pi 5 Z . '52 'R . ' A wt, X , """ YF ' I ii A 1 .4 'Q' ?'-- wr vf .-A I4 1 ' K 'Q I f 1 .'3!7""' lv ff Aki ,M , 'ig 12' .. .A kg Vx , 'K 9' l , ' 2 1? f .Wm f ga Z , z at 199 f , I Seated: Gerald Dickerson, Vice-President, Edward Laurendine, Pledge Trainer, Mike Howard, Treasurer, Danny Bizzell, President. Standing: Jack Bilbo, Chaplaing Bill Edmonson, Social Chairmang Shirley Yeager, House Manager, Randy Swan, Recording Secretary, J. R. Brown, Historian, Brian Hinman, Alumni Relations, and Larry Williamson, Athletic Chairman. .,,gfm,,.a,,, 5 . Y MM X4 MQW Phi Tau didn't do it, but weill take the credit. Phi Kappa Tau Phi Kappa Tau is the first national social fraternity at USM. With'a twenty year record of achievements in sports, student government, and the social aspects, Phi Tau continues to uphold and enrich the tradition of leadership and brotherhood. We are the social-minded. We prosper and develop through the enjoyment of our college life: The Red Carnation Ball, the legendary French Quarter Party . . . "a real Forest Ranger, where?" The Lost Week-end Party . . . "who's lost? I found mine!" . . . Homecoming . . . Christmas and those delightful presents . . . pledge swaps by the bundle. A most successful Rush . . . "Quality not Quantity" . . . We did both. In sports: the Tough Taus . . . heart- stopping wins, glorious defeats . . . the accused Dog- nappers! . . . "Now, how could such a rumor get start- ed?" . . . High in Scholarship . . . "Truth is often strang- er . . . Wonders never cease . . . a Four-Pointer. Hip! Hip! Put it on 'em, Phi Tau . . . Don't call us . . . We'll be there!" NOT PICTURED: Denton L. Asberry, John M. Deakle, William B. Edmundson, John O. Herring, John G. Huntoon, Wayne A. Lochbaum, Charles R. McLean, Thomax C. Monrow, Stewart M. Ramsay, Raymond H. Roberts, Kenneth L. Williamson. Phi Tau's traditionally serenade Panhellenic. ia! iax. ffm '- 1 7.00 N Steve Martin Andrews Denny L. Asberry George Preston Ballard L. Daniel Bizzell Randy Blacklidge Ronald Wayne Blacklidge Dwight Gouch Blackwell Mike Allen Blount Gary J. Bostwick Terry Wayne Bounds Larry C. Bourne Michael Randall Broome Roger Alan Burlingame David Samuel Branch J. R. Brown Thomas Alfred Chapman Clinton Earl Conerly Arlen B. Coyle John Mitchel Dearle Gerald Alan Dickerson Paul Benton Foster James Robert Fowler William Walter Garris Robert Wayne Gilbert Robert N. Graham John F. Guthrie James Michael Harris Raymond E. Hartfield Ted Quinn Haynie Eddie Heiderhoif Brian Ross Hinman John R. Hollis Ted Hooks Mike Howard Rick P. Howie W. Jeff Johnson Tommy Earl Julian Cecil Marshall Klutts Ronnie Goober Kopesky Ed Pudge Laurendine John Murrah Lovorn Donald Ray Luckie Ernest C. Martin Chipper Howard Mathis Thomas Roy McLe1lon Michael Emmett Meszaros Harold Leon Miller Thomas Crain Monroe Hollinger L. Morton Donald L. Parker Larry Wayne Phillips Dusty Pressley Eddie Ratclilf Sammie R. Rawls Billy C. Roberts Jake Rosetti Alan Michael Rouchon Ronnie Russell Jeff S. Satterwhite Richard O'Neal Steele James Randolph Swan James Edward Tatum Richard Tilley Tom Keaton Trigg L. Yeager Wmwl FW 3. f-"Vx fv- lk. 'SST' ,... ,WV 14? M, f me 'dw . , -Q fre it fe--' 129 H Q 'rm , i.. A f"a""'1i .gf I ,J 5 if f F Q, WG. WK' Jw A 'W' 'gc' 9'7'?"' ' mfr 475 M 'W' W' , vw ex Zim. gn 34 f ' we--Q. Z 1' " .f f A 1 ie 'W ,my f aff' '54, If v . r' . vs if f ,lg ix . ,f f gl fa! Zi 2. A fran!- . gf- -.mi W3 2.01 rs f J ,I f , 1 I Seated: Tommy Scott, Secretary, Tony Cain, President, and Audley Taylor, Treasurer. Standing: Robert McCormick, Historian, Don Smith, House Manager, Jeff Murray, Scholarship Chairmang Scott Middleton, Pledge Trainer, and Jack Bridges, Sergeant-at-Arms. , Mu. t t ' tis? Pikes build for the future. 5 ,fi E I i B :Q ws 207. Pi Kappa Alpha On Sunday evening, March 1, 1868, six men, prompt- ed by their friendship and affection for each other, joined together to form the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. "Mom" Gibson, the greatest "Mom" in the world- Service to PiKA through ten years and three houses. A dream come true-Our new house is a reality . . . At Southern PiKA means leadership, Presidents: Ju- nior class, Freshman class, SEIFC, IFC, Omega, UAC, Circle K . . . Pep rallies: Spirit Awards . . . Sugar Bear . . . Whereis the flag? . . . Come on in, the water's fine. La Goose . . . "Bubbles" drank a beer!! . . . Penny's Dream Girl . . . Parties at the lake, Little Round Man, AlVHi' . . . "Quick- Draw" Burt . . . Pledges autograph Mississippi State's field . . . Welcome home, Clancy! Three Arrowmen . . . The Great Pumpkin outfoxes the Phantom Pledge . . Once a Pike, Always a Pike! NOT PICTUR-ED: Wayne T. Atkison, George P. Ballard, Gordon W. Bradford, Thomas W. Burt, Rufus T. DeCell, Marc L. Fentress, Bennett A. Jennings, Michael M. Morris, Donald H. Presutti, Robert L. Saxon, Edward T. Scarborough, Robert H. Weems, Russell S. Windham. What did you say was in that cup, M0'm??77 1 Ronald H. Adams Bob Allen John Billy Ammons, Jr. Danny D. Ashley Melvin Henry Autry Ronald Douglas Barrick John Frank Bridges William R. Brignac George Malcolm Brooks, Jr. Drew Byrnes Robert Anthony Cain C. Ray Campbell Glenn Alan Canty Larry George Carter Richard Carledge Stephen Dixon Coker Michael Royce Cook James Ronald Davis Antonios M. B. Engels John Robert Ennis James Mitch Ferrell Royce Foster Doyle James Goodman Thomas Elias Hadad Steven Charles Hoelscher Ray Holder, Jr. Charles William Hundemer Ronald A. Irby Frances Conrad Joffrion, Jr. Joseph Mark Johnson Charles Douglas King Carlton Kendall Kirk Earl Paul LaGraize Edward Joseph Langton Larry Wayne LeBlanc Richard Krudop Liveakos John B. Madden Robert Hill McCormick, Jr. Benjamin McCraw Jim Scott Middleton Albert Daniel Murphree Jeffrey Allan Murray Robert K. Pierce Paul David Pinkston Alan J. Pipa Charles Clifton Pope Michael Glen Powell Eugene Steven Roberts Thomas L. Scott L. Donald Smith William August Frank Stainken Michael Anthony Stein Joseph Raymond Stoessel Francis P. Stratakos Audley L. Taylor Arthur Tibbetts Gary Turner George Stephens Turpin, Jr. Ronny Virden James Harry Wanek Bragg Williams Butch Elbert Williams Morris Clair Williams Rodney Ellis Windham aux 4, 'IT' rex. ,-gr.: 'F'-'N irrig- 58 Wav 5 my Qi"'W"' A 1 K- .Tre was-A ' 1,,.,,. f A .. 1-Mfr. rr! Y , 21. at QT' , fi X m fel ,,, :ggi lg 9. if S, 'lf'-Af 103 161 if :VPN 'QC 41 as Q rl nd 5 1 ii Ill 'ii Seated: Bob Cote, Eminent Recorder, Mike Parker, Eminent Archon, and Curt Berg, Eminent Deputy Archon. Standing: Ronnie Doleac, Eminent Chaplain, Randall Allen, Eminent Chroniclerg Benjy Best, Eminent Correspondentg John Thomas, Eminent Treasurer, and Paddy O'Brien, Eminent Warden. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon, founded on March 9, 1856 at the University of Alabama, is the first Greek letter fraternity founded in the South, and the only one to survive the Civil War. The wor1d's largest social fraternity oflicially in- stalled Mississippi Sigma Chapter on the USM campus as the one hundred fifty-first chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon on December 11, 1965. Lions' new home . . . Two story colonial mansion . . . summer home, Ft. Bragg. Rlnnor is that Santa Claus and General Nat are SAE's. State didnlt want our mascot. First in scholarship once again . . . Fine time to party . . . Paddy Murphy, Homecoming, Spring Formal . . . "Mop-top" E's break up party with Phi Taus . . . Cote is re-elected . . . Parker squeaks through . . . Craft wins debate award . . . E's bomb out in '67 Song Fest-Who needs singers anyway? What more can we say? Sigma Alpha Epsilon, big- gest and best in the nation. NOT PICTURED: Curt H. Berg, Garland S. Childers, Robert J. Chiswell, John L. Curro, Gerald G. Day, Jack E. Evans, Ray K. Gibson, Thomas D. Gillaspy, Kenneth L. Inman, John J. Johnson, Melvin V. Lauderdale, Donald R. MacDonald, Edwin M. Matheny, Joseph C. McCullough, Perry A. McMichael, Ronnie C. Mizell, James R. Plaisance, James W. Seymour, Walter R. Sullivan, Randall R. Tschannen, Royce A. Wilkinson. Let WHAT all hang out? N S 5 Ls' SAE's show Southern spirit at Bonfire and Pep Rally. James Randall Allen Robert Wilson Andrews Bill Atkinson Walter Carlos Atkinson Carl Jackson Aycock Benjy Best James Phelan Biedenharn Richard D. Booker James L. Bramlett Richard Norward Carson William Calhoun Cook Robert Edward Cote Lanny M. Craft Martin H. Crews Steve Randall Davis Danny Denton William P. Dickey, Jr. Malcolm Ronald Doleac Michael Linn Duhs Ray Ebberman Mark R. Eubanks Donald Franklin Floyd Richard Marvin Fore Alfred Evan Foster, Jr. T. Michael Griilin Fred S. Haddad William Charles Harper Walter R. Harrison Willis Watts Harvey Charles Brelon Hill, Jr. Edward Talmage Hinton Joel Reeves Holifield Richard Howard Hunter, Jr. Newman E. Jones, III Robert Hart Lawton James Alford Lilly Frank Richard Lusk Robert Wayne Magee Robert Ronald Manning Terry Kenneth Maxwell William Richard Morgan Robert Louis Mullins Hoyt Allen Nation Leslie David Newman Michael Owen Nutt Padraic Corral O'Brien John Pardee Mike Parker Ellis Chapman Perkins Buddy Potter James Robert Rayburn Alan L. Saifer Tom K. Sanders Winfred Eugene Sartin Robert Neil Sinclair Danny DeLoy Skelton John D. Smith Steven Reed Sparks Roger Harvey Stafford Jimmy R. Sutton James Edgar Tate Lloyd Binford Teaster John Madison Thomas James Lewis Vincent Gary Wakstein Jerry Nelson Waltman William A. Ward Thomas Christopher Wells Francis Byrne Wheat, Jr. Paul Franklin Wimberly Seated: John McCarty, Recording Secretary, Bill Riedel, Commander. 0 Standi.ng: Bill Nelson, House Managerg Ralph Calter, Treasurer, T. J. Testman, Lt, Commander. Sigma u Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia Military Institute on January 1, 1869, based on the guiding principles of the Way of Honor. Since that time, Sigma Nu has spread out of the Southland and across the nation until presently we count one hundred-thirty-nine chap- ters and 100,000 living members. The colony at South- ern was founded in February, 1967, and is the newest fraternity on campus. The Bungler strikes again . . . Peaches takes a trip- but not to a movie . . . Wonder of wonders, T. J fs in love . . . Remember the "Tiki" and our Greek cousins? Who says we don't want another party with the "Black- feet" . . . Beer and Candy-what a mix! . . . Liz who? . . . Flush! One fraternity, two houses-we've got class . . . White Rose Formal and Hell's Angels Party . . . Ser- vice projects, cancer drives and IFC functions-all of interest to Sigma Nu . . . First in pledge class scholar- ship, Dean's and President's Lists, Sophomore Presi- dent, Graduate Treasurer, Senators, Cheerleader, ODK. Snakes to the top! NOT PICTURED: Robert P. Barham, Don Frederi Barron, Steve Buchanan, Edward B. Curry, Samuel G. Gibson, Donald E. Hinton, John S. Orrell, William F. Stevens, Pete R. Stritzinger, William Walker. is zz.--it bum ,S "- f --'l""-f - it .1 Sonny shows us how its done. 'LO . Yvb 6 What! More than two Sigma N'u.'s together and no party? To the Oaks' John Joseph Berges Michael Stephen Bonner Wayne Lee Burrus Ralph Eugene Carter Don Clark Virgil Van Buren Cornelison III If 1 Jack Gordon Ferrell, Jr. Charles Lucas Garwood David Hascal Gunter Stephen Craig Hood Michael Patrick Kuhn Barry E. Langford John Edward McCarty, Jr. Horace Wheeler McNeal Robert Wade Melling Danny F. Mitchell William Riley Nelson William Charles Riedel Gregory Bradford Runyan Daniel Blood Smith Thorvald Jose Testman Gray Styron West, Jr. James Raiford Williamson Ralph T. Woosley Jay Richard Wucher ' if f .,i"e 1:-ff f .mlb-, a B, SSMX i Q-A gy- .Y 'VN if ll-i if . QP' 'M-Q 10's is 1 C "' sn sim w s..0hx fl A" "X 1,-L in-s ,enum-. in we fr lbw .q W A X New at-use kg?-f 3 c df w.,.,.-uf , ,gk 1-,ss .A x.. . New me Qu QQ f 'im-"" 107 .f ' R+ f I. ,gs R x Sw.. .NK- f X . Q.-la ,M rs: fs, in Q -'aaa' J '12 ' iaiaf? Al Gordy, President, Jim Foster, Vice-President, Chevis Swetman, Controller, Tommy Littlepage, Recorderg Gary Bitzer, Secretary. King James and his Court . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon was born in 1901 at Richmond College. As one of the six mother fraternities, Sigma Phi Epsilon has grown from its original twelve chapters to the second-largest national fraternity. Today, there are over one hundred seventy chapters with a combined membership of well over eighty-two thousand . . . Mississippi Gamma Chapter was char- tered in 1953 as the third chapter in Mississippi and the one hundred-thirty-seventh in the nation. After fourteen years on campus, Sigma Phi Epsilon has achieved a reputation for hard work and a tradi- tion of true brotherhood. With the largest chapter in its history, the actives and pledges are striving together to achieve the found- ers' ideals, "Excelsior" Whenever college life encounters problems, the mem- bers know they can depend on the "Fraternity with a Heart," Sigma Phi Epsilon. NOT PICTURED: Charles L. Capps, Richard M. Fore, Ronald A. Gillis, Dan G. Greathouse, Tony W. King, Danny W. Lewis, Rflbeft D- Leverett, Jerome H. Madison, Richard J. Marshall, Frank A. Misurelly, David P. Philen, Ronald R. Pitts, Daniel C. Seely, Harold R. Wall, Robert A. Willemoes, Robert S. Young. Sigma Phi Epsilon attends annual Chi Omega seremlde. E 'LO William Otis Biggs Gary Lynn Bitzer Danny Bozeman James Michael Brown Chris S. Cave John David Courtney Bruce Michael 'Cranmer Joseph Stephen Donnell William L. Ducker Arthur Louis Duvall James John Evans, III Sidney Roy Ewer Donald Vincent Fitts James Elliott Foster William H. Francisco George Herbert Franklin Frankie Joe Galafaro Robert Truitt Galofaro Allen Craig Gordy David S. Gray Ralph Michael Grifiin Hugh Anderson Hamrick Charles Patrick Johnson Meridoth Stuart Jones Rickter Scott Justice Samuel Kalagian Lucien James Ladner Michael Joseph Ladner Thomas D. Littlepage Robert Steven Loomis John Andrew Loup Richard Jo Marshall Robert Lawrence Maugh, Jr. James Calvin McFerran, IV James Timothy McRee, Jr. John Elvis Melton John D. Owens James Davis Riddle, Jr. R. Trique Russell Allan J. Sarrat Ralph Edward Smith, Jr. Chevis C. Swetman Hugo William Walton Ronald Ray Whitfield John Elvin Williams Glenn Lewis Wilson Q Tvs? my .ww l -f : 1 '- '- E X f U .1 'nuff ,,,,f" l . 1 i M ,am ,f ' 1 , f . I '39 Qc gg, ,qi in it ,,..Q. , i Q-:fx 2, :jfs ,gc 1 -f..' a., 6 . .mi jixx 4 Qlxyi -N. ,gk 7 mt . "' , 5-vs, 2... i Q A " f ' hw f N, fl-A ,F If i ww- nf-, i 'jr 'vfff' ' ' X if Ml K 5'-+ 42 Q " A-4 v V 'lg nr -M. ,,.. . .. 'W 'RS 5, 199' P rbi as 1 ..,.f-j"j,,5 ' Q1 'v vi QM. fi l. My if My Nm ,-. if S- 'Q ,W Wm. R ll J I 1" r " N wg. , if . M M- ,Q J N:-Ns' . 'Tf'f"' I' 1 I 1 5' ,KL .X ... , xt, - . " Y J 1 325 11.3 if S-, .A t 'I Q K. .. . ,Q Y' ,, X J U X Nix -Q, , tk in t gf . J my 5 ' J' fl ' .Q , gs K, E ng- . Q- ' ' mv- . we -v , saw, -. - h , -. , 'LO QP-as . in, X- vr umbcr 1 in its field mi- - Ls 'L f' X 'mg is The USM Interfraternity Council won the Iron Man Award at the National Interfraternity Conference in New York, as the best Overall IFC composed of one to twelve fraternities. Members of the IFC presenting the award to the University are, from left to right: Ray Gibsong Colonel Roger Johnson, Administrative Assistant who accepted the awardg Mike Morrisg and James Horn. Seven USM Fraternity men hold oHices in the Southeastern Interfraternity Council. They are, seated left to right, Mike Morris, President: Mac Brooks, Administrative Assistantg and Don Parker, Election Chairman. Standing: Jimmy Horn, Treas- urerg Tom Rushin, Advertising Directorg John Turner, Confer- ence Chairmang and Ray Gibson, Secretary. 7.10 Q E To Interfraternity Council in session. . . mil iIll ui Much credit goes to Mike Morris, President of Southern's IFC. For the first time in history the National Interfraternity Council awarded a plaque to the runner up of the best Interfraternity Council in the nation. Presenting the award to Horace Dickerson, Assistant Dean of Men and Advisor to the Interfraternity Council are left to right: Chris Cave, Don Parker, Tom Rushin, John Turner and Frankie Wheat. 7.11 2 I 'As ,gf . Q53 fag as ff' f Nh' .M- , f z , 21 I Q 6 4 ' is Glofry came to the hard-working Phi Tau's as they captured first place. Another successful year came for the Delt's as they won a well-deserved first-place trophy. ,Q- . 4' i in With trophies in hands, Santa, the guest of honor, waits in anticipation as the Chi Omega president announces the winners. SO GFEST Held for the first time in the Coliseum, Songfest was, as usual, an overwhelming success. The Chi Omega hostesses once again brought the spirit of Christmas to the University by way of song. First-place winners were Delta Delta Delta and Phi Kappa Taug second place went to Kappa Delta and Kappa Sigmag and Pi Beta Phi and Pi Kappa Alpha took third-place honors. .MN The human will, that force unseen, The offspring of a deathless soul, Can hew the way to any goal, Though walls of granite intervene. -Ella Wheeler Wilcox P'-'4 m"'.',. 11,2-l J ofa , rv ' ,S ,hiv T U A 1 1, ,. X , .,w,-, .MV J. . 1, I . up 5' LM QM? 1 NF -L I '-1 Ll' mg ml' vwwp- Hfir, KEN' :E 4 , ' ,,,,,, ,Z v Lmfxzw. 1 ' ' kxj ,N H A Xv.,x'-,I " ,Q ,',,f ,.'g,v Inga L 1 I S , ,f X,- 4' Urn A V vf-,Y 1 A , X 2-iv, xl qw, 1 , , 1 ' Ju- 1 J A X L 1 VL 1 NMMA 7, '44,- H -, x , M UR., ,, ,, ,. ",fj,'K,, s f" I. 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Spirit-exempli- lied by the individual fan or by the cheer- leader squad-is evident at each of Southern's encounters. Our athletes are a unique vein of our community, for they excel physically while other students achieve satisfaction elsewhere. 1. zvf ff, ,J ,,. v.,., , 144 V . 4. 1. 1 . .fp . . ' ' F -3' 'iff' 11' - ..4 ,' 54" Qs 1' if i".,. i:"W ' .fm X U. T V K H -, A 1:--W: 41. - -3' , , T' 'ffl'-1' 1, ' 1'-,N.'Q. if -,-. J, vp -' 4 -L 1 A e. L A-x ,ws - 1. , . .-: ,i'. 4.-jv4pt Y .nl 'pq' N , .' .!,..'i1,Q1-,'f-5 .f i 4 -- 1' lines".-i'xl55 f.. i N' S ' ' , . 1 1 .,.x' -J THLETICLS Pete Baricev, sports editor Jimmy Brumfield Milton Casey Bob Lankford Jane Mills Susan Horn, spirit editor I l wx 5 I-I , VM.,-J A-A. H v i' ,f v.'.,'-'l ' Jr' ' lm. ,' 'fUH,,l" 7. . , ' '-.."f' J',K13u:,-'1..', -"f .yt,.1k, ' I f. . " v - -5 ik-w.. f -' Qt- KMA' v. . W :Sq , -'ynJlPfJr.!'.,, i , "'f- fwkwv. - -'. at . .hE4U. v 1 X 4 f f , i K v 1 u .L - H v A ,,. W i. MW' Yu .116-,L nj. ff., . 1. , ,M J SJ 1 'ix - it--' .ffl Aw., I ' .:.w'.'1-L '-I ,u ,f N f-v Fly.: J , -1 .Z' 'ear 1 :AHL 1 " , f ' I ', , QV " fxmf x -, 1, H , - 4 :- ' i i 'fiflh " Q-pug, L i ll .rxkkl nl fa Q. t 1. w ' K' ' it 3. if L7 ,.1-- .Y A ""1nx0lllsp-.W,1 ww, qi 1 . yawn, I 'H'-'Ilan a, f f ,Mm NM, Q , 'ww -X, 4 WWW- M-V W, ,, W 1 X V yi E 2 ? 5 www, W W W 4' MW, fm. I s ml, . V :PK K Admidst the mechanization of our modern society and with increasing leisure times available, physical exercise is a personal quality of both sexes which can serve to heighten their versality as young men and women in a changing society. Sports-from the lazy swing of a golf club to the clash of football gear-provides an outlet for the physical prowess so often not affluent among our generation. Recognition is due these participants for the glory they have gained, not only personally, but for our University. 117 cIS H Sl Head Coach Thad "Pie" Vann Southern's last game marked the 135th win for this grand old youngster who celebrates his twentieth year as chief taskmaster and his seventeenth unin- terrupted winning season. Coach L'Pie" Vann became head coach in 1949. The leadership of this master craftsman carried the Southerners to the top of Hsmall College" circles prior to Southern's climb to "major College" ranks. His 1958 Q9-OJ and 1962 19-lj clubs won United Press Inter- national awards as the best "small college" teams in the nation. Since the elevation to major ranks, his teams have ranked No. 1 in the nation on total defense in three of four seasons--1963-65-66 and ranked ninth on total defense this year. Coach Vann is an active committee member in the American Football Coaches Associationg a member of the board for Pop Warner Football in the Southg and a member of the National Federation of Christian Athletes. 'LI "N--......,,.,, Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern SEASON'S RESULTS Citadel . . . S.L.C. . . . Bama . . . Tampa . . . Miss. State Ole Miss. . Memphis . Richmond La. Tech. . fgsjtl 7 C9AggJ A W, was was First Row: Glen Bynum, Larry Ussery, Terry McMillan, Gary ham. Second Row: Henry Quick, Mike McAdams, Johnny John Rayburn, Tommy Boutwell, Sonny Orrell, Milo McCarthy, Alan son, Ronnie Channell, Danny Fairchild, Larry HeH1n Sco Isler, Don Fountain, Frank Johnston, Mike Letort, Steve Fore, Chisholm, Bobby Webb, Mike Battles, Rex Barnes, Elbert Trone Tony Yelverton, Donnie Caughman, Robert Wells, Rod Wind- Ihor Kondrat, Blanchard Braud, Brent McMahan, William From the "Pie". "The 1967 season has been one of the most satisfactory of my career as head coach at the University of Southern Mississippi. The squad was made up of a group of men of the highest character, and they worked as a team to ac- complish more than most people thought their football talents would permit. A dedicated and loyal staff of assistant coaches and a determined squad of football players with a lot of desire to win produced a six-win and three-loss record to keep our winning tradition here at the Univer- 2,10 sity. The ball club improved every weekg and except for injuries and a bad bounce or two of the football, the 1967 season could well have been one of our very best. The defense and of- fense was well balanced, as the records re- vealed, and they played hard to help each other. 1966 was a banner year for Southern recruit- ment of football talent, and the future of foot- ball at the University of Southern Mississippi looks bright and most encouraging." f. vkxx P -1 ,unii wif .if " uw f' f 1 Wright. Third Row: Harry Huelsbeck, Radell Key, John Meador, Hodges, Toby Vance, Tommy Roussel, Tommy Applewhite Buddy Hunter, Don MacDonald, Perry Ballard, Bob Shepherd, Danny Haley. Not Pictured: Gene Bachman. Joe Schoeneck, Wayne Adkison, Jack McAlpin, Roger Eliot, Bill The new Athletic Dormitory. 1:43 ' ' -1 ,.. - ,A AA ' , I M 4 r f I V it '1'b,.J,' I .I xl 4 .+ u - 1' ? -" ,Ju .431 N I 'A Q 0 5fr,K 1' sf" W r' f "ri", 9. 'N W W , t VV.. , , W, , K-4 ,e F.- il? - P EM H if I To begin the scoring, Johnson dove over the goal in the second period of play. A 70-yard pass play Chalf of total yardagej set up the Citadel's lone touchdown. With a conversion, the score was tied. On receiving the ball, Southern manuevered into field goal position and Kondrat split the uprights giving a 10-7 lead at the half. Although the Southerners dominated the statistics with 21 first downs and just shy of 300 yards total of- fense, tension of the opening game would not allow more points. Behind the rugged stalwarts, McAlpin, Bachman, Trone, and Key, the defense held the Cadets to zero rushing yardage. Elbert Trone-Linebacker Jack McAlpin-End Quarterback Tommy Boutwell fights his way through would- be taclclers to pick up a first down. Southeastern La. A 65-yard punt return in the first period of play by Sophomore standout Steve Fore sparked the South- erners to a 20 to 7 win over SLC. Johnny Johnson and Tommy Boutwell accounted for the next 12 points The Citadel with Kondrat converting two PAT's. Caughman and McAdam's fine defensive play helped in limiting the Lions to 21 yards on the ground, while Dunaway kept them pinned back, averaging 44 yards on six punts. L , 2 MY ,, U I A. 1 I , , ,4 vm . H, YW! f ,f - K , . Q ff . ' f '!".,, "' "X f f 'JS , ,ff if ' , ,, f ff' ,, -my f ' f f ffm, f ' ff f 4 ,iv V, f f , jf V , 7 Alabama After a hard-fought game and a 7-3 Bama lead at the half, the Southerners couldn't hold back the pas- sing duo of Stabler and Hamon of the Crimson Tide. .-.,,, 3 A This combination accounted for all three Bama touch- downs. The final Tide scoring came on a 20-yard Held goal in the final period of play. The sole scoring for the determined Southerners came on a Kondrat field goal from 20 yards out. si! X f'!AfAX Glenn Bynum-Quarterback Gene Bachman-Tackle -w., . J ,Z f... i N :n w ' if r Harry Huelsbeck-Tackle Tommy Roussel-End Need we SU-y m0"'9- With the blocking of Tolbert f79J, Webb 1561 and Hunter I74j, Bynum U01 picks up first down. Tampa The spirited Southerners rolled to an easy 48-0 victory over the Spartans, gaining over 330 yards total offense, while defensive stalwarts Huelsbeck, Roussel, and Battles aided in holding Tampa to minus yardage on the ground. Johnson's two touchdowns and Yelverton's 56-yard scamper gave the Southerners a comfortable 21-0 halftime lead. The aggressive offense continued in the second half with Boutwell, Isler, and Quick doubling the first half's score. Letort added three PAT's, while Rod Windham scored on a 60-yard pass interception. 7.14 Sophomofre Allan Isler iuzbs Rayburn aerial for big yardage. Mississippi State A tremendous team effort enabled Southern to spoil the State Homecoming and capture the first win ever over the Bulldogs. A Boutwell-to-Channel pass left a 7-7 halftime score. Southern took a third-period lead as an alert Robert Wells recovered a State fumble in the end zone. State bounced back to knot the score at 14-14. MacDonald, Hunter, and Tolbert led inter- ference for a 50-yard drive, climaxed by a Yelverton 15-yard touchdown run. With Letort's three con- versions Southern tasted a well-earned 21-14 victory. f .1 ' , e Robert Wells-End Dorn MacDonald-Tackle '11 Ronnie Channell flying facedownl takes Boutwell pass to pay dirt. Junior halfback Johnny Johnson sweeps left end for short gain. Boutwell U92 passes with protection of Hunter U42 and McCarthy f22j. Ole Miss The kicking accuracy fthree field goalsj of Jimmy Keyes gave Ole Miss a 23-14 victory over the South- erners. Although outscored by Ole Miss, the tough Southern offense, sharpened by the efforts of Braud and McCarthy, mounted 18 first downs to the Ole Miss 12, 148 yards rushing to 125 for Ole Miss, and 133 yards passing to the Ole Miss 103. U.S.M. also completed 13 of 26 passes, while Ole Miss completed onlyt7 of 21. These statistics were offset, however, by four fumbles and two interceptions lost to the Rebels. Behind 14 points, the Southerners bounced back to give Ole Miss a good ball game but could not overcome the Rebels' lead. J Johnson breaks tackle . . . . . . hits Paydirt . . . Coach Berry gives last-minute instructions to defensive backs. Perry Ballard-Tackle Larry Tolbert-Tackle . . KL scofres. ' . in E ' . Zigi at "Y ,'i 'Y Q 4 :fl--,' ' Sw "Q" , - 'Y -'fr ' 2' if' ww -. 54-ii ' J' ff , gi' 'Aww lvitiflfn 3 "' in """"""'f'-M"-" . fi 3 .ff l ' - ' at , 4 Wits' 4 . 1 4 1 1, . . , ,lf I 1' 'I ' I H., ,. .f . K 1- J X M 4, . . as if 1 f .r q vglhlw X . W ,V A 3 it V: X 3 I, jybi '.'l K: ',,Y, ,A H ii , - f 4 ' in 1 'E 5 4 1 . 1 as at 4 2 b, . , ld ' 1 ' Q X .ai r-,Ag , F i 'lvl' F Wt, A J : , W ' 'fffl A 1" A ' f it ' . A, i , 4 N W..,X,..m............. bmw eisx 1 RW, uia, X ,m,Mu.w Q ,, Milo fights secondary for extra yardage. Memphis State For the second straight week, the Southerners won every statistic, except the score, which was lost to the Tigers of Memphis 24-8. Although USM managed to get many drives rolling and gain more than 350 yards behind the excellent blocking of center Bobby Webb, all efforts were stalemated by four bobbles. A beautiful 42-yard Rayburn to Haley aerial accounted for the Varm and Defensive Line Coach Don Owens view the aggres siveness of Southern's Front Wall. lone Black and Gold talley. With 24 points against them the nationally ranked defense held the Bengals on the one. Terreal Garner-Guard Bobby Webb-Center driv e. Trane f60j and McAdams M52 close in on Tiger back to stop 1 tis, I s V ,iff ii if 1 I B111 Hodges-End Dickie Dunaway-Specialist 'GTM' I l'Tfii"': .MPH f il I 1 . Quarterback Gary Rayburn finds opening with a Milo McCarthy and Johnny Johnson blocking combination. HOMECOMING--Richmond The first half of play saw plenty of action, but only one score-a McMillan to Vance pass, Another Mc- Millan pass, this time to Channell, .combined with a McCarthy plunge, accounted for Southern's 12 points in the second half. Richmond halfback Mike Bixiones scored the Spiders, only touchdown with nationally ranked kicker Mike Bragg executing the conversion The only other Richmond scoring threat was halted by a Steve Fore interception on the goal line. Along with Barnes' outstanding defensive play the South- erners held the Spider ground gain to 14 yards and celebrated a 19-7 victory. if i if 'S' -ia- 3 McMillan threads the needle with this touchdown pass to Ronnie Channel. End Danny Haley finds running room deep in Richmond territory. . 'P l- ., , N ' 'A 5 2 ' .. ' . '. 5kLf9UisS!'5W'q' W . 5 ' Q 1 15 l ,233 is 5 'M sis-esflesf bg is -J 'aww xxQ'wuA fer 1 "'Ya-t,. to af -3 f www a '-",.aa wQpng aw 1 ' Buddy Hunter-Tackle Milo McCarthy-Fullback 7.12.9 Z' fc f.W,-, I ' , -ff ,' IW ,Aw A-fy' 5'-m4ii,,g,..-WH pf' fauna ,wha ali-Q Louisiana Tech On Thanksgiving day the Southerners took to the gridiron in Shreveport to tangle with the La. Tech Bulldogs. The game pace was set the first play of the game when Steve Fore picked off a Tech pass. After a long drive, Fore also carried the ball over for the Southerners' Hrst touchdown. An Ussery interception set up a Johnson score. Another drive positioned a Boutwell score which ended the half. The second half saw Southern put 39 points on the board. Ussery sparked the Southerners by running an interception back 40 yards, The remaining points came on a Bout- well to Channell pass, a lVIclVIillan to Vance aerial, a McMillan run, a Yelverton sweep, and another amazing Larry Ussery interception. The 58-7 Southern victory indeed made for a more joyous Thanksgiving. 1967 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Name Lionel Ed Rainey Mike Harris Ronnie Gardner Danny Palmer David Jussely Keith McClammy Richard Surace Arnold Thomas Raymond Roberts John Witt Terry Rhodes Doug Rouse Dudley Williamson Rick Leard Kelly Dabbs Ed Soberoski John White John McKay Douglas Clark Jim Haynes Joe Tuggle Billy Wayne Bowen Rainer Shattles David Price Albert Goman Dickey Davenport Carey Bass Eddie White Steve Stewart Jerry Wright Chip Cook Bobby Chandler Mike Craft Howard Pailet Lionel Fayard Billy Wayne Mikel John Ladner Wayne Hatcher Bill Johnson Pos. QB QB QB QB FB FB HB FB HB FB HB HB HB HB HB HB LB C C C C G G G G G T T T T T T T T E E E E E fit VVL 6-0 171 5-11 185 6-11 186 5-11 193 5-11 219 5-10 208 5-11 189 6-0 180 5-9 190 5-11 180 5-11 170 5-10 178 5-11 170 5-11 185 5-9 172 5-10 171 6-0 165 6-0 195 6-2 228 6-3 225 6-0 181 6-O 188 5-9 196 5-10 199 6-0 210 5-8 218 6-1 243 5-11 230 6-O 215 6-0 215 5-11 249 6-4 242 6-2 228 6-2 230 6-3 187 6-2 198 6-3 216 6-0 185 6-2 190 Hometown Greenville, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Demopolis, Ala. Tyler, Texas Hattiesburg, Miss. East Brewton, Ala. Franklin, Va. Vicksburg, Miss. Somerset, Mass. Ardmore, Ala.-Tenn. Houston, Miss. Hattiesburg, Miss. Alexandria, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. Quitman, Miss. Clark's Summit, Penn McComb, Miss. Gulfport, Miss. Doddsville, Miss. Gainesville, Fla. Hattiesburg, Miss. Mendenhall, Miss. Moss Point, Miss. Clarkston, Ga. Gustine, Calif. Hattiesburg, Miss. Jackson, Miss. McComb, Miss. Prentiss, Miss. Northport, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Jackson, Miss. Biloxi, Miss. New Orleans, La. Biloxi, Miss. Fort Walton, Fla. Gulfport, Miss. Lucedale, Miss. Huntsville, Ala. Freshmen Football S s Hi. Coaching Staff Kneeling: Troy Craft, Tom Price, Head Coach. Standing: Jimmy Barger, "Poochie" Stringfellow. . M , Af, , ff, ng, X1 9 f if MMD f' I 4 'c f' ' ff J f A ,, 4 uid! cnmfffm 5 MH' 1521 BEING STN? .mfs- :UALB I U.S.M. ..... . U.S.M U.S.M. ..... . U.S.M ....... 1967 FROSH SCHEDULE Marion . . . Tulane . . . Florida State . Memphis State 1 I Q Q agixv. . U Y I '..'1. ' - W , .aBQ'..vs5f. Q-law: I 3 3 GF ,A 'sr - W 'Q J. . M-1 , 1-new 'S X , .h9,'v ,. . ,,, r 14 x , 4 ff W:-H A .I .jf ...Q f.. . N. V, I --un..-. .Ms Ed Soberoski makes short gain up the middle. Halfback Raymond Roberts runs into trouble Quarterback Donny Palmer picks up good on emi sweep against a tough Florida team. yardage on "the keeper." 231 Q . ,.. 1 Basketball 7.31 USM 1967-1968 BASKETBALL RESULTS Southern Southern .... .... 1 28 Southern Southern Southern .... . . . Southern .... . . . Southern .... . . . Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Northeast Louisiana .... 91 Florida Tech ........... 80 Southeastern Louisiana . 78 Northwestern Louisiana. 108 University of Alabama.. 90 Jacksonville State ...... 90 Samford ........ .... 7 7 West Virginia .......... 86 Southeastern Louisiana . 95 St. Bernard's College . . . 99 Centenary College ..... 85 Samford University .... 85 Spring Hill ............ 93 Jacksonville State ...... 80 Northeast Louisiana .... 80 Louisiana Tech ........ 82 Northwestern Louisiana. 87 Louisiana Tech .,...... 93 Centenary College ..... 101 Delta State ...... .... 5 3 Spring Hill ...... .... 7 9 Tampa University ...... 97 Florida Southern ....... 88 Delta State ............ 81 Samford University .... 90 Southerners play their third season in the Coliseum. USM Varsity Team The Golden Giants had a glossy record of nineteen wins against six losses. Highlight of the season was the Southerners winning The Sertoma Classic in an over- time battle. Sophomore Wendell Ladner was voted the Most Valuable Player of the tournament and his brother, Berlin, was also selected to the All Tourna- ment Team. Southern rattled off eleven straight vic- tories at one stretch before Louisiana Tech scissored the string. During the spree USM waded through Gulf States Conference opposition like a scythe, cutting down Southeastern, Northeast State, Louisiana Tech, Northwestern and Centenary. The Senior Co-Captains were Brice Thornbury, Steve Campbell, and Berlin Ladner, all of whom played brilliantly throughout the season. The Southerners went over the century mark ten times and averaged 97.6 points a game to place eighth in the nation for total offense. Wendell Ladner paced the team with a 23-point average. Lee Floyd--Head Coach Eugene "Jeep" Clark-Assistant Coach A s M5 s u l Jef H1335 VN: I 'lg I f . Q... FI! 1 S Y' I rs - r r A S gl Robert Swindle-Jr. Guard Bill Edkins-Jr. Center John Vetrano-Soph. Guard Ladner comes to aid trapped teammate when ball flies loose. Jim Morton-Soph. Forward '-N , If T 7-34 Rlchard M8th1S Jr Guard Wendell Ladner-Soph Forward JH'-ik Lockhart JT Center Wffff 05 .., ,W Maggy , mf 7-35 V V, 4, W ,W ff . yy? ,f' ,, Wy f f 9 , .f s 446' ' 7 J",.3.lf'4 f ' 'iff : , f Z uf ,,, , ww Steve Campbell-Co-Captain-Sr. Guard K ,Q 5474 Q-if , M f ,W " W. M 3, , AW Mw x w hfyaw V W ,, ,,, ,Mew ,. I I ' 'W -me M. 1 f , fume un-Q.-g Q WM A Lv fff xiii? , es,X.,4,'M.fg,L'i ,, 4 J,f7WW,, U, .7 .W ,.W.'-A Vetrano adds two more points despite efforts of defensive Gamecocks. Berlin LadneraCo-Captain-Sr. Forward Brice Th0rnbury--C0-Captain-Sr, Guard Y A 'L :: 2 : 31 ,.,mw,,,l,: f3 ,X-J. . . mf' f ' 5 WW' f 1 Q, 'BE' ,. r If if ' " i Q A ' f ' mvmvvaw. F 1 "" " Q ' t x 3 1, ' 1 3 . UWM 4 ,www 'Q ff X., W. 532351 an wx M ' 'o "' ' ,qnuanmnsn-was ' J?" ' f ff " v ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.M..,,., Q:-.1-Q , .4-gf. QP-ww.-w Q. ,M 1, Wm -f .mn-vm M V,-1 .4 1? at 61,1 ' ' , 43. , Q if x ,. DM,-,,k, . I . , 11.-1-9 we-an .I fr 2 ,ff .QIQAVIUMW 9-soo , ,V 5 " ix . W? , 'r 4 f I w . . U f w ?"""""" mul . 3 M :V o A m..MN0.,,Q W 5 A ' - 'cfii x "" xmnwuvw- .4 P24 .- f- T S . 4 X: xg: 4 3 Q Q-U I - . H X " ' , - S: ' 'Y A . N ix f 4, 'g-. NX Q 4 :::...,L NTL.. . V . Riga , ' LAS, , ,A-,.gf'X -,-gQg,g- .,Qwim,,,,f.1 , 'A N. , .3 Q M-, .4 Vetrano looks on as Campbell lays in two points. 1 . ' " Mi esters D' as 'A 'fm ' A' will , ww., ws K - tibia-as K M , X , M ,Y X , we X X. x wa X ' - , y,,ss,awa,-sp:s+ww WdX . F XR Nwwfw we ff fa: s f""',..'...T-T--f' 1 , Hung... f-AQLNQNMAM it Freshman basketball in action! USM Freshman Basketball The University of Southern Mississippi Freshmen com- piled a record of fourteen Wins and eleven losses in playing the toughest schedule ever. The highlights were wins over Ole Miss, twice, and Mississippi State, once. Leading the Baby Southerners were Albert Leapheart, 6'10" center, who averaged eighteen points plus, Harvey Wagner, who averaged eighteen, and Kent Davidson, who had seventeen points per game. Dale Diethorn was the leading rebounder. Leapheart set a single game scoring record by scoring forty-one 1415 points in the last season game against the Mississippi College Frosh. Freshman Squad: Doug Rouse, Danny Dunaway, Harvey Wagner, Dale Diethorn, Al Leapheart, Kent Davidson, John Huntoon, Danny Palmer, David J ussely. 'lui wg. I Y Gigi , V. .WY 'M Q: .5 f' ' "1 ,'?f'3'Ql" .Ls niifiln 545 iff' 2.38 R-h-n A-Q if -1-EL-,-in---fl'-I-7 -DXM www- uv t .Sgr f i 1 -'F' f3QiifQg35 :ff -Y 5 e , 4-ni ino- 1 .4 4 - ' ' ' ,. . 0' 4411. 11 :W I la , -..... :i...m.....-..4..... ' .J ...fy E2 FLT- ' ,.s.,,,,,,' 7 . . , at ' 1 v - ' rf A 7 . . "' ' """"""'e"-"F- V. ,, Q ,..i,i . A g Ax . .-rf d A., . it J -an waaaa ' 7 Q ee ' ,..,,,,,,,,,4,,,,, ,. Vg?'zkfw'Wqm - AMQQ ' A: 7 ",I fl ,- t A H v g " X ' 4' ' l'w"'f 4' f -1 " 3 f 0 ' . ' 'ai is l- I J, s N X 'yi a qv a ' AK 3 it i " ,,,.-'f Southern and L S U Tigers scramble fm' ball Coach Clark watches from bench as Frosh make floofr mistake. Freshman Team Shows Great Scoring Season LD 139 ,,.,,,.q,snlF'F"' FRESHMEN 1967-1968 BASKETBALL RESULTS Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern ..... . . . Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern ..... . . . 56 Southern Southern Southern Northeast Louisiana .... 75 Nichols State .......... 60 Miss. State ............. 74 Northwestern Louisiana. 81 Alabama .............. 100 Co-Lincoln Jr, College.. 67 Ole Miss .............. 62 Miss. State . . . . . 83 Barrette ............... 79 Intramural All Star .... 78 U. of South Alabama .... 99 Clark College .......... 74 Northeast Louisiana .... 77 Pearl River Jr. College. . 71 Northwestern Louisiana. 78 L.S.U. ................ 112 Nichols State ..... .. . 77 Ole Miss .............. 81 Pearl River Jr. College. . 59 Miss. College .......... 77 Miss. State .... .... 6 6 L.S.U. ......... ..... 1 04 Clark College .......... 74 U. of South Alabama . . . 87 . i away AI W 4 f W J i 2 if W 7 ,,, J f , ,1 WWW X9 WW 1. Baseball MW Southern .... .... Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern .... . . . Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern USM BASEBALL RESULTS 1967 Illinois State . . . Illinois State . . . Nicholls State .. Nicholls State . . . Ole Miss . . . Ole Miss .. . Ole Miss Kalamazoo .. Alabama .... Alabama ...... South Alabama . Miss. State .... Miss. State .. Spring Hill .. Spring Hill .. Miss. College .. Alabama . . . Delta State . . . Delta State ..... South Alabama . Miss. College .. Jackie McCaskill slams one deep into left field . ft, i f Mi2'?""W A f I A - .. ' ff Y -X Q. . +C New .. 2, ,xv Q. 'jf :Wren-ma , , ,Ph , Wk. 'F' we , , ,ms m- . -'yd is. A v-P' ',,-"A x -V .mi v. 0 - on A , 1 4 Y n A, V vc 'C . mm.. if 'Qxf' W.. ,3 . as Q X , . 5 V H ' f r V . N at at ,:z,..flf5w-rf?1,.aa.fva, 5"" -A 1- '4 'W V K sa masnwfifxv 4 A ww S18-xgsk Xia .th ' . ' up up H' Num Wlffw. ,Whig 1,,5,j,. B wg W ., Q Ullman, -,, E Rags jx A V f , , , - -2 . , , 5, Q., f, ' ' . , Q, w f L 'f ' - X ,A was-'J W My vs- s 2' 't' , K , V'X-X " f , , . .. 1, ' , 'uf , s'X,,5 is ' - "'S'v'a'x , - si 4959 ' Insight to ,6 1968 sees Southern fielding the youngest team ever with only six returning lettermen, including three seniors. Pitching duties will fall heavily to Ed Assaf and Pete Campbell with Windham, McCaskill, Vitrano, Kaster, Monroe, and Williams leading the offensive attack. In the schedule are Auburn Cnumber two in the nation 19673 and archrivals Ole Miss and Mississippi State. f. - L. -' - West M - A1 . 4 ' 4 ' C W W is, is' JA N v ,Y 5 L ..4:X,:ifE 45 'ikf-Fl? ,N v isis an QM 3' .1 Ace hurler Ed Assaf works hard on the mound. Southern stars get loose before workout. Front Row: Mike Nutt, John Flint, Bob Sheets, Dan Morgan, Ken roe, Rod Windham. Back ROW! Joel Wi11iSm9, JOhIl VitI'3D0, LSD Weiss, Bill Kaster, Don Ramsey, Melvin Lauderdale. Middle Row: Gorney, Steve Campbell, Ed Assaf, Tom Lawrence, Mike Vlaming, Charlie Ford, George Barnhill, George Rasco, Thad Vann, Tommy JHCkiG MCCaSki11, and Coach HPGUSU THYIOF- McDaniels, Frank Willoz, Tony Chance, Buddy Jordan, Tommy Mon- It l' sa - -, A " :' x 33,5 12 . an-in ' in is ik! ' J . X -'xl L x XQSIELS A . S , 1 L "-' ' sfo . ' , ' i- ' ' A ,NL K' J .fc - mn K Q t p W RW' at WWW, M - "' . " fa Q -X ' ' K X , N xm ' F - -A N . . sm 'l. w' A' C .Q I M Q af Q""?g a.----Bag? 1..- f -1-' N if " N I ' gg "sa or we i F few dw' lmwfwi , l lf- F aiu 142. Southern .... Southern .... Southern .... Southern .... Southern .... 16 USM SOCCER TEAM 9-2 FOR SEASON Keesler A.F.B. Tulane . . L.S,U.N.O. L.S.U. . . . S.L.C. . . Southern Southern Southern .... Southern Southern L.S.U. .. Tulane . S.L.C. ....... . L.S.U.N.O. . . ., Keesler 2 0 O 0 0 Dcfcats Rice in Blue Bonct Bowl 1-0 Teammates approach as captain Neri Yon launches the ball. N en Yon presents game ball to Mrs. Eloise Cain as Mr. Siverio and Coach Newell look on. The USM Soccer team made great strides this year. This year's team had an overall record of 9 wins and 2 losses. Their conference record was 8 and 2. This was enough to win the Gulf States Conference champion- ship. The team suffered a disappointment when they were invited to play in the NCA playoff in Illinois but were unable to attend because of their non-varsity status. Next year we are expecting an even better season here at Southern. Front Row: Philip Poitevin, Pascagoulag Max Bozzetti, Italyg Fred Mayorga, Nicaraguag Enrique Umbert, Perug Raffaele Beltram, Italyg Jorge Castaneda, Guatemalag Arturo Rosales, El Salvadorg Luis Gra- cia, Spaing Guy Neff, Hattiesburg. Back Row: Ralph Siverio, Faculty ,few-wmw...mM., ammpm-wwf--w , fri ,W V4 I , ln f ff 5533 My 'I r1'ii 3 if , Q , E xiii.. 4 5 4 if f f if my ff yf A J ' ' 5 ff ' , 4.5 ,- If 2,Aa4,,",+.yf 4 igiggggiagi 4? - .1 i Y ,f 'L f, ,... , gg? m Y. ' ssc X SXXQN X , We sex N NRG 'SW x xx X is X is X X is s s XX . ,Y X Q "wa, if x v Nmmqff., Adviserg Wan Chai Ekbugit, Thailandg Richard Palarea, Guatemala: Jose Casanda, Guatemalag Luis Paredes, Perug Hal Ozerden, Turkeyg Neri Yon, Guatemalag Charlie Green, Pascagoulag George Newell, Coachg Javier Saldana, Mascot. f . S gl 2153-5, ,,c,,5....,..3 l t . ig --qv.. Q gm , ' E , . rf .. -" ' V. .1 i. 'Q if r' , f K, 1 E I X.. w - z Srl" A ,..,.,, , A az,-L 2 f,.ff",.'v ' . , - - V 1 f g ' ' A 41 1 A' wx ' 'A ' ,A ,M H ...WA f . iff 53, A iff, ffl ,fA:.1'f Stn.: ff' 'iiifA6i - f f 1 -' ,ff .,-,A' iff: 7 ,,, Q ,jf if 4 32,3 gan, I ' f vm.. 2-A,Q,w,-l.t'AQ'-,5 I I , 7 ,f' ,t 1 J H f if f,'f fi ff, ,f u A 1 X , f, , f ,X 7 1 ""m,. " f A - ,w'l""" A A 5 No. 1 man Chevis Swetman shows style of his strong return. is ll " 4 531' , -3255? I. ' 2 ,4 .f,x.q,,f'.g '- 'f 'Q A ' X' 1' gf Coach "Doc" Harrington talks with Kim Chase. USM TENNIS S AMississippi College Belhaven College A Millsaps College A Nicholls State A Nicholls State Mississippi College Southeastern Loruisiana Belhaven College Southwestern College 1MemphisD Southeastern Louisiana - N X as.. iwwgp we - :ss 3 A CHEDULE 1968 March 30 A A A A A Spring Hill April 5 Ki 6 A A AUSM Invitational April 12 University of Alabama April 19 A A AAAA A A Spring Hill April 20 A AU. of South Alabama April 20 A A A West Florida University April 23 A A Millsaps College April 24 A U. of Sofuth Alabama April 25 A A A A A A Ole lVLiss April 26 81 27, Mississippi Invitational f asyswns ' .NJ Xml A' N ' 4 r Q: .X as ' - A 1 Q N 'A , . 6 i is X A X iw. 5 V Q58 g Q. f .f fs - M Ss Sl? .AAA A A Q9 - P 'F X it 1 fi X Q AA N As s A X -A A A...,, Ng .A N XA! lf Q x . X 1 9 A 3 A : V A 5 ski A,. x .W ss X frm xv Ag x A is XX i . N K i I X S QW A gA M f 'Q A Q 1 A . . friiag Fi A- A N iff 'FN ApgAy.xas5 SSX i nj 1 AQ - N ' A x A A1 we is A fffsmxx Q X- X A ru .sv was K x K iw KVM X 1 ' HK N1 A wg -e .....,At. Tennis Team 1-" 1. so - er 4 -.-5 if 3 If f , ri, -A lid- 5 1 V L ' Q55 :Lf ff I ' , X 5 J C " X . Bl Lf .sw xr! 1? I ,N by A if in - K. v te ' ' Ag 0- X . ' V e 4 Q fi wa' ' 4 go? 4 o . . ix I ,J , X4 A th M 'Q V. , At , XX N" - -fi' Q ,r 3 X, N ig - V -f if X I l 5 1, Cf' H E, f Y Q '-if u.SiAi Mfpi -., X, Trip JU Q0 ' 'A if v "N , ,N K - ' is . ,g I x J silk? M f 1 , .A in Fw 41' .is ii li ' ' First Row: John Weecks, Max Bozzetti, Doug Howard, Kim Chase. Back Row: Gene Joiner, Jim Balthrop, Chevis Swetman, Bill Abraham, Coach Larry "Doc" Harrington. Coach "Doc" Harrington stands behind his two aces Max Bozzetti and John Weecks. sw- QW ,, 02 M' Y is 7-4 Jim Balthrop fleftj shows form which has won him recognition. His teammate is Cheuis Swetman. X varsity ,IN .1 Ri Xxx KW? 4 Q rp, kklgjg, page "S 1 A 1 vi ' 'F if - ., 1, . li'xEft.': , ,, . . , K., ,. 1 M U . .. ,, 5-v.14',,.A . ,, X .., -I , "sa-,..wpw,w2 .9 2 .,, ., in A X 2 ' H Aung" Ka., L- i gf- 5.51 'X v .awp ,tm A-,gp 5 'i 1. ' .,,-Sas: ,V Q5 wif' t - V - 1 W'-4 i -if ny .- ' .qs .95 ,. at + - -. fkivv - ,.- XQ 51, v J, 5, is S510 6' I' . ' - . f2.,g ,U W' "5 '. x A if- I ' ' 7-S-,511-f we-a, 1 - l- .. , if MQ- -ya ,fav H ,.1,-:A , f,y':'f-', Q- ", H' 1 1 + mf:'Qg,"- 1 ' I V- 'f ' 5'j,1"1ffr'm 3 iw f',2-"'s:',v:4.fff-ff:g?f+fgwA , 'f- .YQ 1'-M M f A -M" '-fx 'K ris ,gwgsfsgjr , f lf-. M . ..,, 1. . , A 11,513-H. .,. All fflgiwn-Qi, .,5,n,-,gQplM,:- 11, rf -I .i -fe, v- ix.--.13 -f .A id.: .- 4, 5,11 ' , ' Q Ji' - E' 'u 13m"nvUaEi"i'4SE-ISV" 'ew 3 f " "1 '- K1 t' -fr 0 3+ ' 0 I-va,-P K X, . -if 'Yew-fn-av-.X rss K ' f . fi 1- -, ' i' , F - : is if ru - if . , 1 if "fsw'++ff an :f33.FN ww' Q- ' .- , ' F'7s,' , 'ff-s -,l-- s 'W -3' ff A. '-'iw f '. sl at .? fi':l,,'f-1 'll .-'fXx.,Qg5 Leis-' xkiwg - -wgww-w4.1Q1fSf."'1-,, 1 ,4..-:.-1 sz Q' .-. f fx ' J,-itftsffi' 3ix"f'3N,'.iin'.:.1.:x'-+-7'-rag ..!t.'fv..:..mf - -"?'wRl'11' iZ'1a'-,.irT 4,0 Kwai :UL W ,' w. J After eighteenth hole, Barry Gore putts around in fairway. USM Invitational leaves many players with long putts. March 2 8z 3 . March 16 Sz 17 March 23 8z 24 March 29 . , . April 1 . , , April 5 . April 7 . April 11 . April 15 .. April 19 . April 24 ,.... April 27 Sz 28 . May 3 A 1967 SCOREBOARD . . . .U.S.M. Invitational . . Buckhaults Tourney . . .L.S.U. Invitational , Spring Hill ,. ..Tu1ane South Alabama . . . . .Tulane , Spring Hill . . . .Keesler A.F.B. . ,Mississippi State . , , . . South Alabama 1 Mississippi Intercollegiate ,. Nicholls State .,...Z ,., L .f.,u,- '- - ,--af f f"-'-7- 'f ' , 1, '. ' . 75+-1-'f V x w-L.AW'A- - ' 'f Q 1-' ' - "" ' " may K , ,, f, ...,. .1 fe., '. -.1- . . . w-'Y A .f An,-.,'.f" I xf fr , U. .J ' V f- 4 t . , A 1, ' gr., 'si , Y .-4, - - -A -f,f-M.-,s, - S., i . 3 H , 3 .4-.qw ,f ..- ...Av-'sf . ,l V - V N--.. -ara.: --3.1.4 , .' - ' ' .Y , ' A . :JA fl , ' , , ',.awI-V- ' . A - ff' ' ' - Y -J....- .. 1 Q , r ' J- N I Q - , f ' , 4 'A '.,n1 :nf K x GOH 146 ! 1. 6 i ,J -JG Z4 A -V .,' A-it A f,-, ' Afvt .Q ---'A - 5 " . " ' ' . ,N ,, f u First Row: Bruce Garrett, Tom Yandell, Ray Dnowaski, Jack Crawford, Roy Wilkinson, Terry Crawford. Second Row: Coach Van Hook, Don Bounds, Barry Gore, Joe McCand1es, Bob Stoupe, Randy Dake, Coach James R. Carpenter. Coach Van Hook posts scores of tourney. Q. 4' 1 ,.., . ..... A " 432 s , , .,. ..:..., . I Qf 4 I'- 3 I 1 w 1, X Q . if we L ' 'tw' .TP M , A f ff' 1 ,ff 5 W I0 ., ,T li 1 X 25' 7 My f I 3 1445. 1 f 4 K W 7? J, 'P-47 ii- , ,Q v2M'iY6ivw V gfvf lmsdn f - ffllshu V - Sitting: Buddy Hunter, Jack McAlpin, Milo McCarthy, Red Windham, Ihor Kondrat, Wayne Adkinson, Bill Hodges, Tommy Roussel. Standing: Dickie Dunaway, Glen Bynum, Blanchard Membership in the University of Southern Missis- sippi "M" Club, composed of Varsity monogram win- ners, is a result of having participated in one of the old- est and most successful traditions in the United States. The objects of this prestige club are to foster among the University an interest in athletics at the University, to encourage a more wholesome college spirit and to Braud, Jimmy Barger, Johnny Johnson, Don MacDonald, Harry Huelsbeck, Robert Wells, Troy Craft, Hank Autry, Bobby Webb, Elbert Trone, and Gary Bourgeois. promote both physical and moral well-being among the students, and to provide a meeting place for the or- ganization which shall be used as a club room by the members of the "M" Club in order to provide a place for friendly gatherings among the students who have earned their letter at the University of Southern Mis- sissippi. Ofiicers: Buddy Hunter, Wayne Adkinson, Don MacDonald and Bobby Webb. M Club Extramurals 1967-1968 marked the sixth year of extramurals at U.S.M. The extramural team is composed of two All- Star girls from each team in each sport. This year the volleyball team placed fifth in their division at Memphis State while the basketball team captured the first-place position in the William Carey Tournament. They also traveled to the Northwestern Invitational. At the jump everyone goes up. All position for rebound as shot zs away All-Star eyes goal in lay-up shot. Hook from the top of the key goes HL rw? 5 .a11'1-al 7 Ax f""'- X , ln X if xx r Miss Marianne Brown-Director of Women's Intramurals. x s Q Miss Bobbie Halliday-Assistant Director of Women's Intra- murals. Womcn's Intcrmurals 1967-1968 SPRING 1967 Softball First place--Hickman Hall Second place-Pulley Hall Track First place-Jones Hall Second place-Pulley Hall Swimming First place-Delta Zeta Second place-Chi Omega 7.50 The Intramural system at U.S.lVI. serves as an outlet for athletically inclined girls in their favorite sport. Any organization, dormitory, or sorority is invited to join the intramural program and compete in any of the sports offered. Trophies are awarded at the end of the year to winners in both team and individual events in basketball, softball, volleyball, tennis, badminton, swim- ming, and track. Co Captai of extramural team hold first-place trophy from Carey - ns Invitational. - Q? gk -.vii Qi? Ll First place Badminton-Jones Hall. 'I Y, N . Y , ,4 - K f Tennis Champion-Judy Ryer- Runner-up in Tennis - Becky SOD- Lanier. First place Volleyball-Jones Hall. ..1.,a5.i,f 1 f fb f l uf rw First place Basketball-Jones Hall. ff 1 Xe gf, qv 4 W' f i - l 2 i Q Second place Basketball-Baptist Student XM.. f"""" NNN 151 Second place Volleyball-OH Campus Independents. Union. 1 g S...-L 55513 7-2 any EJ yxf F5 kg' . f fi M MSA Mx llf'f3U7l -A 'Wi' jr QE Ur 3 Ifjyx - .cf QW is il fx Mens Intcrmurals The Men's Intramurals, headed by coach James Townley and his assistant, Jim Graves, is an important part of the athletic program at U.S.M. This program is designed to give stu- dents who are not in varsity sports a chance to compete athletically in the sport of their choice. Greeks, Independents, dormitories, clubs, or any group may sponsor a team and vie for championship in football, basketball, handball, volleyball, Weightlifting, tennis, golf, softball, swimming, or track. These two teams fight or the touchdown J' - Y F it i 5 n --.- ' fiimffkw-i A 'A Pwlkw A Q Ntttfwivw-1-0-'sf' , " "qw:-N M . . ... M A-+419 "' 'W' ,, -bv M W' i f I -. X. N , .tft to , ,, - 'ik 1 - 5, -.. -. . X' 2vfx.:SN't"f1 '52 L gh M " A, , tt M aw X , W i,..,mQvN-WHQN . . Q .w K """ 4 N . - . L, A C, S . 4 Q- M X :Aw fm, .Y-if by. fat, , ' 2 'X .ic ' X W- allows we W , as + . .x, ,, -.st 's Y . Q' , ,, '- W- W W ' "' - , ,K YZ' V' X ' ' fnqpgxw, s N H'4h,'fB...,, ... ' QQ ' - to Q -- ak . -, N "' ...., X - I 2- .i W a' - ""' f X -s . fc. . ,. k .. Q.. - X s h V t . I 5. . K - a it t , - rx '--fi." , ' g ' "" -W "mr 4 ,fits , .ii XX 'QNX' 1. Tl but " , in 5' ' W N seal " X lf 5, V - . til Pg.-g'5N is ' , x A .,.,:. . V , X ,K x ,W Q .X -:1g,,.o-.f- 5. . I - his -'Wk .Jesu ' " masts., Sgffsxsua- gsf:-n Kilim-i"' Wm. ., f ' "" " QQ 1 vs 4 it W' WK N :a xg ' V w. Nw' - .,, 4' 'Q t . ' mm x. -Q ' 'VIN' X X X Qs L X was mm -Q to 2 , X Wa- -. ,A -.. SPRING '67 Softball 1. Jaycees 2. Stump jumpers Track and Field 1. Yard Dogs 2. Kappa Sigma Golf 1. Bayrats 2. Southwestern Swimming 1. Kappa Sigma 2. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Tennis 1. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2. Kappa Sigma V I N .l Basketball Champions-Saints. Nw S.A.E.'s play tough volleyball but not enough to top Phi Taus v1e for basketball victory Kappa S1gS .. 7. 53 ff : 24:2 Vw' F .Q 'Riva Danny Bizzell watching 'em score. U.S.M. muscle-man lifting a victory. ,ww QS Q W w 1 X A v x if- rx . X H t " i it F X as y ., Q Q , A . Q Sept. Oct. Oct. Dec. Jan. Feb. Feb. Mar. Apr. May 1967-68 SCHEDULE . . . Spring Hill . .. Spring Hill Miss. State Magnolia State Match . . . . . . Florence State University of Alabama Miss. State Third Army Shoulder to Shoulder Match University of Alabama 7-54 . . FL rf Kneeling: Joe Morton, Donald Dorsett, Raymond Tan- ner, G. S. Turner, Joe Wall. Standing: Sgt. Bottoms, Fred Haddad, Marshall Eubanks, Butch Williarni, D. I. Smith, Wayne McCellan, Cpt. Robbins. Joe Morton scores high with instruction from Sgt. Bottoms. :X It xi WJ E1 - r jvc ' S .,. , 1 3 The chill bumps of victory, the tears of defeat, and the social re- ceptacle which immediately follow both victory and defeat give color and uniqueness to Southern spirit. Whether a screaming young lass at a weekly pep rally or an excited fan rallying support for his alma mater, Southern spirit glows with a sparkle of life, a glitter of joy, and a hope of anticipation. Anywhere one may go, he will certainly know that Southern was there and damn proud of it. is i dS I IH l The Pride of Mississippi The nationally famous University of Southern Mis- sissippi Marching Band, the '4Pride of Mississippi," is hailed as one of the finest marching bands in the nation. Under the excellent leadership of Raymond G. Young, director of the marching band, and Sherman Hong, associate director, the "Pride of Mississippil' is acclaimed as the '4World's Most Televised Band." The Pride has performed before nationwide television audi- ences twenty-six times, with performances at the Senior Bowl as the official Senior Bowl Band, the Sugar Bowl, the Blue-Grey Game, the Pro-College All Star Game in Chicago, and numerous professional games. The members of the University of Southern Missis- sippi Band are dedicated to promoting the best of all musical worlds in a manner that lends dignity and respect to the field. The key to their dedication can be found in their motto: Look Proud Play Proud Be Proud For we are in the "Pride of Mississippi." Band director Raymond Young supervises daily practice session -- --...... V. iuruuzuuu. I1 7.56 , - M292 Featurette Barbara Diggs Drum Major Robert Williams ll Warm if - 355212 59? f if. ,Bd ,QQQPQ A DAY ,aa- ,.,-4 1.'f'.V X F -Q f Members of the Pride make Hspidern an pie while displaying their musical prowess during the homecoming parade. Q The only way to be good enough to be chosen as the National Band 4 for the New Orleans Saints is by fl practicing, so . . . J: 11, Standing: Sherrye Ethridge, Joy May, Judy Ainsworth, Diane McRainy, Sue Barnett, Carol Prather, Kathy Cowling, Paula Courtney, Brenda Talbot, Colleen O'Mara, Kay Stewart, Mary Edith Newton, Beth Pittman, Ann Thrasher, Marty Robbins. The Dixie Darlings The Dixie Darlings, directed by Delia Stewart, dancing to the music of the Pride, and representing the University of Southern Mississippi, claimed more rec- ognition this past 1967-68 season by their performances at home games, by their visit to the Saints professional Standing: Beverly Trask, DeeDee Roberts, Donna Dillon, Martha Kaye Combest, Suzonne Cutrer, Jenny Gallagher, Yulon Stanley, Faith Beeyon, Karen White, Lula Shanrock, Camille Butler, Linda Disharoon, Cyndi Willoughby, Marsha Thiedel, Kneeling: Judy Kaye Maupin, Julie Sellers, Melrose Burns, Becky Wheat, Carol Ann Smith, Sheila Allgood, Linda Dawes, Diane White, Nancy Ryan, Linda Hefiin, Wink Peresich, Shona Brogden, Susan Covell. football game in New Orleans, and by their appearances on national television at the Senior Bowl in Mobile. Each girl represents a vital necessity for unity and perfection among the Darlings. The fifty-eight-member group practiced daily to perform intricate precision routines and unique, artful dances. Donna Lee Field. Kneeling: Sanfra Ange, Sylvia Lane, Martha Cooper, Sandy Wilson, Nancy Robertson, Linda Baldwin, Pat Ellis, Carlene Alfonso, Becky Askew, Martha McIlwain, Pa- tricia Guider, Sylvia Chambers, Lynn Moffet. 'Q li Ca tain-Marty Robbins Captain-Sherrye Ethridge Captain-Beverly Trask Senior Captain-Donna Lee p Fleld D.D.,s must practice regularly, come rain or come shine. Director-Mrs. Delia Stewart E 7-59 I' I Ti? Cheerleaders Always ready to provide the spirit whether it is football or basketball season, the University of South- ern Mississippi cheerleaders once again led their team through a successful year. Beginning work at the an- nual cheerleader workshop, they returned to the cam- pus to prove that the hours of perfecting cheering skills had not been in vain. Fall not only brought the beginning of the school term but also ushered in pep assemblies, bonfires, and football games. Sometimes tired, never discouraged, the cheerleaders yelled "Whomp 'em on the side of the head" and saw their shouts answered. if?-iii . ii is l lll , In l l il '751gfffs,p45g 52 M. ll' .JUG y .5fBf5:-.2 W' : 1 1 l I Hanging precariously from an old Model A, the Southern Cheerleaders prove il that they have as much stamina of the field as on. Q l l Even without the "Son of Dixief' Gen. Nat, Ray Gibson, creates spirit in the old Southern style. X, N wg, Keeping ahead of their team all the way, the Southern pep squad escorts the fighting generals on to the field. I Porn. Poms fly high as Southern rises to the top. Q l I iz "Tell them the 'reason why that Southern spirit never will stop! Fight! Fight! F ightf' 1,92 ff. .wuz 'P M W , f New ri' M , WI ,4 .-l Q a. . 'W W . 4 ,W W,,,4f',r,5W!s I 4. MW ' J' t, tn , "Go, Go, Get 'em, Get iem, Unh, Unk" if Front: Sue Smith, Sally Floyd, John McCarty, Pat Evans, Kay Holmes. Back: Marsha Shuffg Kathy Bishopg Linda Dickey, Head Cheerleaderg Anne Pearson, Dale Russell. 161 Y LX Pom Pom Girls Hey, Disharoon, that guyls laughing at our white socks. Well, what kind of spray net would YOU suggest? Oh, no! Are they coming this way?? 7.61 .neatl- -?-.Aw'.4nh-5- if -bn.-.. r- 3-Qfag- f cf' my ' -. , ,um ' fum. nm " Top Row: Betty Jo Ray, Kay Freutel, Sonja Wilkes, Captaing Nancy Barnekog Pam Forte. Bottom Row: Mary Edith Newton, Dale Russell, Colleen O'Mara, Linda Disharoon. It only takes nine sparkling, bouncy co-eds to liven up any basketball game, and that's exactly what Southern has. Known i as the Pom Pom girls. this precision team performs at basket- ball games with their short and snappy routines set to popular l music. Ceaseless energy, untiring spirit-those are our girls in the red and white. ! 5 7.63 si , . . I1 S S Statels bulldog, "Bully," takes an unexpected trip to "The Home of the Generals." " QT . ff 'res-' of " 1 . E ifhlflli' ' uv' 'P 5 E sa mm' my 5283 ww- , i .lll CQNQQX WS N ,S 3 Qiwx Wx X 2 S Q , A were ,, V.:., , M, ,K X 'Q Q X Q 3 m e K 1 X Q . L . df i XXX . N Nw!! X - 0 A Xe , , i , , . . fi 44.vg fAvl5,1'i1Ai9fw 9 Whig' '. ' ' . Y ", ,. . x 'K Kappa Sigmas await the starting whistle for their 90-mile marathon to the Memphis State game. Clapping students chant for the cheerleaders to strike a match to a blazing fire of victory. W 'Y . 'a X' i 1:1.Qf,,-I "'."' "1::ff," n 5 : I ff r 1- .1'..2"wsifw1, W fr-N " af .. , A Words from Coach "Pie" give the Southern fans and the team encouragement for the tough game to come. BYE No man can reveal to you aught but that which already lies half asleep in the dawning of your knowledge. -Kahlil Gibran P-1 iafgffl f fm P ff I V W 9p0uf Of, Qmimm 5 fx X , u 1 1' 9 Q 1 V K Y 'I I ,Lu i 3 'Ld N K. 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' 9- it 'f1,Ig1g, , ik 41 X 11 3. 27 1 1.11 I lf., ,nw The primary position of the academic environment is a constant reminder to each student that his academic maturity must come first. As each student ascends a step higher on the academic ladder, he is nearer his horizon, the completion of requirements for his first college degree. If a freshman, he is a begirmer with much to learn, if a senior, he has received the training to enable him to cope with so- ciety and to perform his role within this society. In this aggression, the faculty and the administration become the strong- est threads in the molding of an aca- demically mature individual. VVhile we tend sometimes to forget the training of our minds, we are ever reminded by the daily presence of those who offer con- sistent encouragement and knowledge. W. 1 gg fa . V21 ll a- 1+ lf D W Qpfhw Of, QMW H- Hny. F Y ff, , or dwg, . L' WM ACADE ICS + Barbara McGregor, i i tl administration editor Dianne Fant Joan Wentworth, class editor! 'H -.ia1 Patricia Collins Susan Moore Shelly Percy Janice Phillips 'I l u 1'- ,1 , X Ji . 5 QA ' if ', , l . I 1 , , 'l3'1 ' :,."f .Ll " fvikl 1'-F " , if 1 5' .5 Gf1f.?a'..1 xi put my , '- . i-'ifaivf SSA' iii' K5- . ,-an R b'A..- 2' 1331 s '-12' ,-affsij za.: fs ,, . 4 niS,.x5ff3rf: w yi raw, AL. N' is X ' nik, Y, ' "uv 4.5-3' 4 5. mv 15,1 ' 4.0 ..v',,,a, . 5 wwf. s , ...' --.' .ev g, -.:. -. -51 5 ..:..+ . ,W , f tp- . T' ,-5' kt A, , V 'ff ,ri 32- L x nz, Q .As -, 'QW ,," sm. . , I 'Q J 1. N.. ,fe-'13 -.F Nb , x .?'..Qg :Xa Spa. gn.. 'R b 9' ' wr. tu? ' . . 44, 42, - '11, Q NH., 3 V.-' , , .. -Q, Q, iv " 'ff'-S mm! Many times the modern concept of higher education is thwarted by the recurrent stream of criticism that education has progressed from a learning process to a business operation. However, most critics fail to realize that, with increased college enrollments and omnipresent demands of modern society, education, while holding to its historical purpose, must assume operations other than academic. Consequently, the university administration assumes the duties, in addition to those of educators, of business executives of an industry wherein every stu- ent is a stockholder and an active participant in the daily routines of operation. 169 .f, K 3. 9, ,. . .. 6, ,M 4 x 4 :ff4, . 'f"4, ' JY-1 ' 1 V ' The President October 6, 1967 The 1967-1968 SOUTHERNER, which is dedicated to you, the Students, would always remain for you a record of your interesting and worthwhile years at the University of Southern Mississippi. This annual is a mirror which will reHect your growth in learning, in leadership potential, in religious faith, and in love for your country. By referring to this book you should be able to recall your participation in classes, the friendly spirit of the campus, the excitement of extra- curricular activities, and the friendships which were developed as you met faculty and students from many states and countries. We are proud to have had you at Southern, and we ask that you remember your Alma Mater and all that her prestige meant to you. We ask, too, that you spread her fame and her ideals and that you be loyal to her every effort to become a greater University. I '5 lo William D. McCain President x I 1 n unwub, . fra S f 42: carl, Fdnxm .W .F .mm -.. Dr. Verner S. Holmesg Dr. M. M. Roberts, Vice-Presidentg Mrs. Nan M. Sibley, Secretaryg Milton E. Bristerg E. Ray Izardg Ira L. Morgang M. Paul Haynesg J. N. Lipscombq Leon Lowreyg W. O. Stoney Thomas N. Turnerg Tally D. Riddell, and Henry Dr. E. R. Jobe, Executive Secretaryg S. R. Evans, Presidentg H. Hederman. Board of Trustees J l l I The Governor THE HONORABLE JOHN BELL WILLIAMS Governor, State of Mississippi Administration -it s if 'ir If ii., fe xx.. F - : .Y H 0 W f , sf -f . i Y X , A g R :str sn.. Doris S. Hille, Assistant Dean of Womeng Horace Dickerson, Assistant Dean of Men Ernestine Lawhon, B.S., M.A., Dean of Womeng William Rader Grantham, B.S., M.A. Dean of Men. John Horton Allen, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Dean of University ii 5 ts . ' z 2 i i Wm Z i si. 1,3721 Roger Barton Johnson, BS., MS., James Reginald Switzer, B.S., M.A., Ed.D., Pauline Roger Stout, B.A., M.A., Administrative Assistant. Dean of Student Affairs. Research and Editorial Assistant to the Presi- dent. 177. ff?-lr: I'-SD' -s, Charles Otto Smalling, B.S., Financial Sec- retary. John Harbert Dale, B,S.Ed., Ph.M., Director of Housing. Herbert E. Lucy, B.A., M.Ed., Ed.D., Director Aubrey Keith Lucas, BS., M.A., Ph.D., of Student Counseling. Registrar. 7-73 "H-.,,l' William Ellis Kirkpatrick, BS., MS., Director of Union and Student Activities. Powell G. Ogletree, BS., MA., Executive- Secretary Alumni Association. Paul Claude Morgan, M.S., Ed.D., Dean of Division of Continuing Education. Albert Joseph Jaeger, B.A., Assistant Finan- cial Secretary. Robert Williams Peters, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Director of Office of Research and Projects. Joseph Samuel Anzalone, B.S., M.A., Director of Admissions. A Warren Franes Tracy, A.B., B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Bernard Reed Green, B.S., Director of Inter- Librarian. 174 collegiate Athletics. ...,M....M. MMM. mi.- ,,,. N4,.. A ff.- ..,, - VVVV V B.-,,., - 'U M? Robert Hays Cleveland, B.S., Director of James Edward Baxter, B.A., M.A., Ed.D., RalpliManue1.Siveri0,B-5-,DiTeCf0T0fLatif1 Public Relations. Director of Placement. AITISTICHII IT1StltUt9- A' , ., .VY ,ff P , Joel Reese Eakens, B.S., Director of Physical Then there are the ladies who see hundreds of students every day . . . giving us Plant- money, changing our classes, changing our rooms, etc. 7-75 College of Arts and Sciences The College of Arts and Sciences provides a broad cultural and educational experience as well as spe- cialized fields and pre-professional programs. During the past year increased curricula offerings and the emergence of new programs reflected chang- ing and continued growth in higher education. New doctoral programs were inaugurated in the fields of Geography and Science Education. Out of a faculty of 167 in the College of Arts and Sciences, 75 have the Ph.D. degree to indicate the high caliber of instructional staff in this area of the University, In addition to teaching duties, there has been a notable increase by the faculty in the publi- cation of books, learned convention. Moreover, two scholarly journals, the Journal of Mississippi History and The Southern Quarterly, are edited by faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences. Dean Claude H. Fike ,'--SVi...:m--I-f 'Z W .qv , 'mw- S . rwW.mm..w..,,.,.......mrwwftm-f.-.afmah..-f.vw,..wwf:.-.r.-Ax.-...V ......,..., . - V - 'naklvd'l ii'liwl' ln +-- -- -H-' v DEPARTMENT HEADS 'uni Front Row: Dr. Charles W. Moorman, Dr. C. E. Lane, Dr. Arthell Dr. H. C. Dudley, Dr. William Hatcher, Dr. Fred Walker, Dr Kelley, James E. Echols, Thomas Chisholm, Benjamin O. Van John Burrus. Hook, Dr. J. Treadwell Davis, Back Row: Dr. Claude E. Fike, FACULTY Bargare A. Adams Irmgard Zeyss Anderson Dr. William H. Anderson Mrs. Jane R. Anderson Dr. Howard W. Bahr Roger A. Bailey Robert Barnwell Jason Basinger Angela Bedenbaugh Dr. John H. Bedenbaugh William Bennett James C. Bishop Ben Blackmon Arch F. Blakey John Bounds Lawrence Bourgeois Richard L. Bowen Dr. Richard Bowers Lt. Col. Colan A. Zozeman Mrs. Lois T. Breland Dr. Charles Brent Mrs. Bonnie C. Brinegar Dr. Bahngrell Brown Fred Brown Mrs. Marice Brown Dr. John Burrus Hillman Butler Bruce H. Campbell Danny Carter Thomas Chisholm Lemuel R. Cleveland Dr. William Cliburn Billie Jean Clinton Dr. William S. Coker Mrs. Virginia Cromwell George F. Crozier, Jr. John Dale Sylvester D'Aquilla Dr. Julia M. Davis Dr. J. Tredwell Davis John H. Dorland Dr. Christos Leonidas D Raymond V. Downey Miss Etoile Dubard Robert W. Bubay Dr. J. C. Dudley Kayes E. Echols James Edwards Jesse Edwards Linda Elkins Mary Ellis Allice W. Essary Leon Eubanks Dr. Russell Everett Dr. Virginia Felder Captain Edwin Felshier Dr. Claude E. Fike Arthur G. Fish Dr. Barbara A. Fisher Dr. John M. Flowers Geovanni Fontecchio Billie W. Franks John M. Frazier Dr. Albert D. George Dr. Mildred Giles Dr. Jo-hn Gonzales Lola Ross Grafton Major Ray Gravett Dr. Glen T. Harper Dr. James E. Harris Alton Hare Antonie Harrises Robert D. Hatcher Dr. William H. Hatcher Guy Horton Amelia Hudson George Hurst Roger B. Johnson, Jr. Mrs. Sarah Johnson Martin M. Jones William Darolyi Wallace G. Kay Dr. Arthell Kelley Dr. Norman H. Kiess Philip D. Koos Dr. C. E. Lane Dr. Arnold D. Lewis Dr. J. S. Long Robert Bruce Mahaffey Kenneth S. McCartz Harry Wells McCraw Jesse O. McKee Daniel W. McMurray Patiricia A. McRaven Lola Mobley Dr. Charles W. Moorman Ruth S. Moorman Dr. Ashley G. Morgan Paul S. Morrison Jack Munn Captain Richard A. Murchison Dr. John Nau Editha Newmann Dr. Carl R. Newsome Dr. Edward Nissan Dr. Linwood Orange Earnest Palacois Captain Rodney L. Patton Dr. Oscar L. Paulson, Jr. Sara T. Penningyon Dr. Robert W. Peters Henry Phillips, Jr. Robert C. Pierle Dr. James W. Pinson Carrie Louise Proter Dr. John Phillip Posey Donald E. Riley Myrah N. Riley Bryan L. Robbins Dr. R. Reed Sanderlin Dr. William D. Scarborough Eduardo Scheel John Daniel Simpson Janet Terreson Sims Ralph Siverio Rufus E. Sizemore Dr. John T. Skates, Jr. Byron C. Smith Charles A. Smith Dr. Jack A. Smith Dr. Isadore L. Sonnier Williams F. St. Clair Dr. Peter Stocks Mrs. Pauline R. Stout Ray Strebeck Captain Charles E. Sturgeon Dr. Clayton Sullivan A. Henry Swann Dr. Shelly F. Thames Joseph A. Tolar Jaroslaw Tomasziwskyj Dr. William Tuchak Forest D. Tucker Frank Turner Benjamin O. Van Hook Rayford B. Baughn Dr. Frank Virden David L. Waite Dr. Fred Walker Martha Weat-herford Harry Sue Webb Dr. Porter Webster Herbert C. Weeks Dr. Niner L. Weems David Lee Wertz Dr. Leon A. Wilber Lloyd M. Williams Carl L. Willis Donald E. Withrow Dr. Forrest E. Wood, Jr. Dr. Karen M. Yarbrough Davie Zelle School of Business Administration In the business World of today, the student Without an adequate education is at a distinct disadvantage. This disadvantage exists from the time he applies for a position to the length of time it will take him to master the fundamentals of operation and rise to any type of administrative position. The School of Busi- ness Administration has as its objective meeting the needs of our students who desire a business education by combining courses throughout the university to give him the proper blend of cultural knowledge, economic literacy, basic business tools, and specialized knowl- edge to permit him to secure an acceptable position upon graduation and rise in the business world to the maximum of his abilities. Dean Joseph A. Greene XMI! sm ,sw f X A. ,M If l . ying Q X WNW... 4 x K isa- f inf' - IL, , Z 1 fl.. W 'HN i 4' - ,, a ...fnvw ,, mmm. X ,mga 'L DEPARTMENT HEADS H. O. Jackson, Rector R. Hardin, Kenneth Grubbs, D. C. Wil- liams, Richard C. Vreeland, Martin Stegenga. FACULTY Hayward G. Anderson Stone Barefield Allen H. Bizzell John A. Bonno Louis E. Boone William T. Bounds George Bullard Stanley M. Carpenter Dr. Joseph Clements Jack C. Cooley Thomas Cranford Donnie L. Daniel James L. Davis Harriet Dorland W. Wilson Ellis David J. Etzold Dr. Kenneth Grubbs Dr. Rector R. Hardin Franklin E. Hood H. O. Jackson 7. Bryce Jordan Fred D. Kennomond Kie Wook Lee Lawerence McDuff Robert Mitchell James Moody Nell Murray Donald Nace Jerry B. Reeves Brooks Smith 79 Dr. Martin Stegenga C. C. Sullivan, Jr. Sandra Swift Dr. John S. Szilasi Kearney Travis, Jr. Dr. Richard C. Vreeland Paul Weisend Ben West Dr. D. C. Williams Jack C. Wimberly Gary M. Winkle School of Education and Psychology The School of Education and Psychology is a major multipurpose professional school. Its primary purpose is to prepare teachers, administrators, and other pro- fessional personnel for the public schools and the col- leges and universities, and the preparation of spe- ialized personnel in selected areas for public service, for business, and for industry. The curricula for these programs lead to the bachelor's degree, the master's degree, the specialist certificate, and the doctor's de- gree. z J s f' ,f,,y,, , y i , cf.-PQ, ff, f W . , I, J um., ,Q ,ff ,f ,, an if V Zig ,, f, Dean Carlton McQuagge , Q xx ' I V 1 Q e J, , 'Y 180 v DEPARTMENT HEADS First Row: Dr. Erick M. Gunn, Dr. Latney C. Walker, Jr., Dr. L. Annelle Bonner, Dr. Ashley Morgan, Jr. Second Row: Dr. Henry B. Easterling, Dr. Zed H. Burns, Dr. John P. Van Deusen. Third FACULTY Richard Arlen Buck Mabel Baldwin Collen W. Cameron Frances E. Reck Carolyn M. Lewis Gloria Taylor Dr. James H. McPhail Dr. Clarence C. Holden Dr. Ralph S. Owings Dr. James E. Baxter Dr. Aubrey K. Lucas Dr. Joseph S. Anzalona Dr. Sheriff L. Knight Aubrey Sievers Dr. Paul W. Peddicord Dr. Arnold Ashburn Fred W. Spulin Robert Thomas Latney C. Walker, Jr. Dr. Leo R. Miller Dr. Jessie S. Wall Dr. Edward J. Eaton, Jr. Dr. David W. Knight Clifton O. Padgett Maxine Warren Mary Ann Carmichael Dr. John Lorton Marion Nissen Oliver O. Phillips Bill Waler Sidney E. Weatherford Dr, John D. Alcorn Dr. Conrad M. Allen Dr. Kenneth U. Gutsch Dr. J. Lloyd Milam Beverly Stafford Dr. Wayne Babin Dr. Howard C. Nesbitt Dr. James R. Switzer Marion Clower Johnson 181 Row: Dr. James H. Mailey, Dr. Ray S. Musgrave. Fourth Row Dr. C. E. McCarver, Dr. L. Frank James. Dr. Walter H. Yarrow Marianne Brown W. Rader Grantham Dr. Thomas S. Martin James A. Townley Roberta Mae Halliday Barbara M. Lott Carol Wadsworth Earnest L. Harrington Sylvia K. Hennington Willis Terry Betty T. Thompson James Ray Carpenter Kay Harris Dr. E. Max Hunter Gene A. Crowder Orville M. Thomas Ysidro Salinas William T. Myers Dr. Lene Y. Da Grummond Madeline V. Flynt Dr. Lyna Y. Gough Stephen H. Finesmith Dr. Frank James Dr. Malcom Wayne Huckabee Dr. James D. Lowe, Jr. Dr. Herbert Eugene Lucy Dr. Earl Mchearg Dr. David A. Sisemore Nancy L. Baker Lee K. Hildman Morton H. Rabin Dr. Larry B. Christensen John Norsworthy Dr. Jack Basham Dr. Charles Leo Ward, Jr. Dr. Norvin L. Landskov Dr. Louis Leroy Rogers Dr. Claude L. Campbell School of Fine Arts It has been the desire of the School of Fine Arts to combine the high standards of performance character- istic of art studio, the conservatory, and the legitimate stage, while maintaining the scholarly approach to art, music, and the theatre typical of the academically oriented university, the proficiency in pedagogical skills and education research associated with leading teacher training institutions, as well as rendering ser- vice to the university, local and state communities. Art, music, and theatre have been intergral parts of every culture and are therefore included in the great traditions which the University seeks to cultivate. The School of Fine Arts performs the following basic functions: cultural contributions, research, and crea- tive activities for the University of Southern Missis- sippi, the community, and the state. The entire campus is able to enjoy the programs of the School of Fine Arts: art exhibits, faculty recitals, opera productions, and band, choral, and orchestra concerts. fa Qi, , 'wt ' as Ek Dean Raymond Mannoni 187. DEPARTMENT HEADS ,. . . . . ,Mi ""i"7""' First Row: Dr. Walter Lok, Dr. Lawrence Zillmer. Second Row: Dr. Gomer Pound, Dr. David Foltz, Dr. William Gower. FACULTY Miss Joy Ann Allen Vllilliam E. Allen Charles Ambrose Irvin Becker Miss Frances Benker Hugh Birmingham Norbert Carnovale John R. Dondhue Dr. Jack Donovan Dr. Alan Drake James Duke Larry Felty David Foltz Dr. Albert E. Gower Dr. Willian Gower Dr. Gilbert Hartwig Dr. Robert D. Hays Roger Hill Sherman Hong Joseph Huck George Imbragulio Raoul F. Jerome Miss Sharon Lebsack Dr. Walter Lok Dr. Harvey Maier Miss Helen L. McDonald Jerrald McCollum Vernon Merrifield J. Hamilton Monroe Dr. Karl Neumann Marian Nowakowski Dr. William Presser 283 A 45? xl' William Poirier Dr. Gomer Povad Gilbert Saetre Burdette Smythe Thomas Tews Harry Ward Clifton Ware Raymond G. Young Dr. Merton Zahrt Dr. Lawrence Zillmer Division of Home Economics A Bachelor of Science Degree in Home Economics prepares students to assume responsibilities in areas associated with various aspects of daily living. Parallel to this preparation, students have a choice of several professional areas which prepare them for places in the world of work. Modern laboratory facilities are available to provide students with experiences in each of the major areas of specialization: Child Development, Clothing Merchandising, Clothing and Textiles, Food and Nutrition, Institution Management-Commercial, General Home Economics, Home Economics Educa- tion-Teaching, Home Economics Education-Extension Service, Home Economics in Equipment, Housing and Home Management, and Marriage and Family Life. The program is designed so that non-home economics majors may take any of these courses as electives. Dr. Weaver says, '4Home Economics is an integral part of everyday life. Our major goal is to make a better way of life for individuals and familiesf' Annie Dell Davis, Betty Alexander, Fern Hesson, Ed Maines, Dr. Bertha M. Fritzche, Edith M. Lancaster, Louella Milner. Back Row: Elsie Chichester, Dr. Jewel Golden. Janice Bolton. INF, in Q x A .ax , ,X 2 . N. -4 14' Dean Sarah L. Weaver Lynell Brister, Sue Humphries, Charliene Gilder, Gale Dickerson, Marlene Gunn, Lois Drain. gm? 1 ,Pi 'A' FACULTY Front Row: Sister Mary Remeguis Harkins, Nellie Whiser Hunt. Second Row: Flora Bain, Elizabeth Benjamin, Avis Raluir, Cora Balmat. Dean Harkins 7. 'UL ,gl ,A -1 71-.,,.f: ,"'f X 'f I - RN f 6 an K V g is Ja 151, 143' School of Nursing The School of Nursing was officially established on May 31, 1966, when Governor Paul B. Johnson affixed his signature to Senate Bill 2280, thus creating the second baccalaurate program for nurses in the State of Mississippi. The purposes of the School of Nursing are three-fold in nature, namely, to offer a sound in- structional programg to provide counseling and guid- ance to students, and lastly, to provide leadership to the community in matters relating to health. Although the School has been awarded reasonable assurance of accreditation by the National League for Nursing, it will not be eligible for full accreditation until it graduates the first class in 1969. 4 l Dean Sidney E. L. Weatherford Graduate School The Graduate School is recognized by the Univer- sity as one of its most important divisions.,Since its establishment in 1947, the function and purpose of the Graduate School has been to provide opportunities for those who wish to further their education and to obtain degrees at the master's and doctorate levels. Graduate education provides an opportunity for stu- dents to do research and to make original inquiries for the advancement and discovery of knowledge whereby the social, political, educational, and economic status of the state and South will be enhanced. The Graduate School endeavors to prepare personnel for the roles of leadership in all aspects of our society. 7. Basic College The Basic College, under the supervision of Dean Weatherford, initiates the new student into the Uni- versity's academic community. Ninety hours of specific courses are required in the Basic College prior to ad- mission into one's major school. The time spent under Basic College jurisdiction is necessary and serves a practical purpose. The variety of subjects required introduces freshmen and sophomores to many possible career areas to which they might not otherwise be ex- posed. Also important is that the well-rounded indi- vidual have a liberal educationg this desirable char- acteristic is insured by our Basic College system. Dean Ralph Seer Owings . ,,,..,3 ' 4-,ils 3 wail 122, 2f?2 iilai ' aww: fl ...Q .4 , 2 1 , , 5 2 f . I . , . the ni .E il! li' N.' :lj , EE, l,. li Q ' 5 i Z X . Throughout the daily routine of university living, the academic en- vironment in which a student finds himself is the most important aspect of his collegiate venture. Some classes are a joy to attend, some are scheduled in the early morning hours and, consequently, are difficult for most to find stimulating. Yet, in the end result, academic success is bred in the classroom, in the participation which the individual student partakes, and in the excitement and motivation stimulated by the in- structor. On the same hand, a class mentally denotes the collection of students who have achieved a particular pedestal in their anticipation of the terminating college desire-the degree. Whether freshman or senior, the class to which a particular student belongs bears with it the sentimentality and collectivism of human relationships and experience. Nonetheless, the five-letter word, CLASS, means many things to many people. But, most of all, class involvement, whether by means of in- struction in academia or by relationships in a world of human beings with common interests, assumes the primary role in college life. SEISSVTD ,W 5. 7 Z Graduate Class Officers: Janice Bolton, secretaryg Carlton Turner, presidentg Sue Humphries, vice-presidentg Jimmy Williamson, treasurer. First Row: BETTY CAROLYN ALEXANDER ................ HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION .Little Rock The Graduates CURTIS RAYMOND ALLEN JR. ................... Pascagoula W BOBBIE WAYNE ATTKISSON ...... ..... G ulfpart ""' "" GUIDANCE JONNIE LOU AUTREY ............................ Hattiesburg EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Second Row: HERBERT ANDREW BADGER ........ ..... P oplarville ENGLISH LEROY BARTELT ......................,... .Hattiesburg COLLEGE COUNSELING WILLIE ADONIS BERGIN ..............,. ...... L aurel CHEIVUSTRY .IANICE L. BOLTON ........................ .... M obile, Ala. HOME ECONOMICS Third Row: A 4 ' BEATRICE A. BRADLEY .....,.................... Columbia 1 A ADMINISTRATION SUPERVISION .fa . - -it 45" au.. A ' ' fix"Nfg'ar Q A , -X his PAUL E. BRAUCHLE ................................... Brlaxr A If aaa- ,T I GUIDANCE 'V A . OSCAR JASON BROUILLETTE .............. Lake Charles, La. .rr q, I A ' II' '- ' A SCIENCE EDUCATION Aj. Q I,, V BARBARA ANN BROWN .................... Chuuahuaa, Ala. I A L A ' SOCIOLOGY 1 Q-'v 'V Q 'mf'-it 2 I ..,.. iw 'Q 4 -, 1 aw ,jf fb ' 7' , i Q , " ",, V xx ,ki mv Qi 1' ,H f ,tx Z -L ZW I M f ' sf X "' ,ir I A x tg .Z . mf W ,W 57 L hw. f gf 7 If f ,, V M. 'hu ba ,ir , -v-if . 5 W 5 XX 4' I M' . 5 Vx -ik 'S Y - M, I I .f L x- gf vi 7 1' u.. J 6 I Vx x D -I .- :ff Z f M M V.':"'s, Z T j: af' , '2,"fF5 ,,,, W 1 "" 0' , .75 x I ff Q I g 1 , 5 Qt ' ,.Z fi- QWHM ,. I ' H4 ' QW f f W 1 1 U 4:1 '5 w ' XM - I al. If A '25 , I ? .wg :ff 3 , va 1- .I-.., I 7.89 First Row: SAM PIAZZA BROWN .................. ..... H attiesburg HISTORY MARY ELIZABETH BUSH ...............,....... Bay Springs SPEECH PATHOLOGY SERGIO CASTELLON .................. Matagalpa, Nicaragua CHEMISTRY WILLIAM LEON COKER ............................... Iuka Second Row: AMERICAN HISTORY HOWELL GERALD DANIEL ....... BIOLOGY REVA JOYCE DANIEL ............. ENGLISH ANNIE DELL DAVIS ................ HOME ECONOMICS. ' ' ' ' KENNETH JOSEPH DEVELLE ..,......... Third Row: MANAGEMENT LIONEL N. ELEUTERIUS .......,... BOTANY MARY K. ELLZEY ................ HOME ECONOMICS ' ' ' ' ANNA LEESE ERNEST ............. GEOGRAPHY JAMES M. EWING, JR. .............. . Fourth Row: ENGLISH . . . .Greenville . . . . ,Hattiesburg . . . .Waynesboro . . . . .Waveland . . . . .Biloxi . . . ,Gulfport . . . .Vicksburg . . . . .Cleveland REBA VANCILE FENN ........,...... .... P anama City, Fla. AUDIOLOGY PAUL NEEDHAM FOGG ............. ....... M etairie, La. CHEMISTRY ILSE ROSEMARIE FRANCIS .......... ..... H attiesburg German CHARLIENE HADEN GILDER ......................... Purvis HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Fifth Row: JAMES S. GRAVES ............................... Pascagoula HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION TOM U. GRUBBS ................................ Mobile, Ala. BIOLOGY DAVID B. HEFLIN ................................... Jackson COMMUNICATIONS BRENDA S. HOUSTON ........................... Hattiesburg SPEECH AND HEARING SCIENCES Sixth Row: SUE B. HUMPHRIES .........................,. Brewton, Ala. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION PAUL D. LADNIER .......................,.......... Gulfport MANAGEMENT KAREN LAIRD ..................... ANNA LIN . Seventh Row: ENGLISH 'ECONOMICS' LINDA HSIU-CHIAO LO ............ ECONOMICS YEN-HNAN SUSAN LO ................... ACCOUNTING J. DONALD MATHERNE ................... PSYCHOLOGY NORMAN WESLEY McKAY ........ Eighth Row: BUSINESS EDUCATION. ' ' . . . .MObile, Ala . . . .Taiwan, China ....Taiwan, China .Republic of China .New Orleans, La. . . . . . .Philadelphia GARDNER WILLIAM MILLER, JR. .... ..... H attiesburg CHEMISTRY ROY NEWTON MOORE ................. ...... La mbert MANAGEMENT THOMAS E. NARUT .............................. Chicago, Ill. CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY GUY CHARLES NEFF .................... ..... H attiesburg GEOGRAPHY Graduates First Row: DOUGLAS NIETZEL , . . . , . South Hempstead, N.Y. MANAGEMENT B. JOHN PATTISON, III . , . Key West, Fla. MANAGEMENT GEORGE WAYNE PETRY ............. ..... C rowley, La. ECONOMICS JOHN WILSON PICKERING ............... ..... P ascagoula POLITICAL SCIENCE Second Row: JOSEPH P. POLITO .................... ........ B iloxi MANAGEMENT WILLIAM HAROLD PORTER . .............. .... M iami, Fla. POLITICAL SCIENCE B. JOHN PATTISON ........................... Key West, Fla. MANAGEMENT JAMES NED ROBERTSON ........................... ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL BUSINESS Third Row: CLYDE D. ROSE .............................. ..... M eridian ACCOUNTING RALPH HUGH RUSH .................................. Biloxi SUPERVISION OF INSTRUCTION RALPH LEE SAVAGE ............................ Pascagoula POLITICAL SCIENCE RAY EDWARD SESSUMS ................ .... N atchez INDUSTRIAL ARTS Fourth Row: DOUGLAS WALTER SMITH .....,............ Allentown, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL SPECIALIST OLIVE ANNABELLE SNYDER ...................... Gulfport LIBRARY SCIENCE B. REBECCA SPAHN ............... Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. SECONDARY EDUCATION WILLIAM ROBERT STANWAY ................... Hattiesburg BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Fifth Row: PERCY HAYES STEPHEN ................. .... M oorhead BUSINESS EDUCATION CLYDE E. STEVENS .............................. Cocoa, Fla. EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION NANCY RUTH STREBECK ............................ Collins ENGLISH JANN KING SUN .............................. Taipei, Taiwan BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Sixth Row: WAYNE CARL TAYLOR ................. ...... La urel MANAGEMENT BARRY W. TEWIS ..................... .... A ckerman PRE-MED CHARLES S. THOMAS ................. .... P hiladelphia MANAGEMENT JAMES ROBINSON TINSLEY ......... .... S hreveport, La. HISTORY Seventh Row: LINDA BENTLEY TRIPP .......................... Enterprise HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION CARLTON EDGAR TURNER ..................... Port Gibson CHEMISTY FREDERICK I. VINSON ............. ..... P ensacola, Fla. MBA LYNDA KAY WALLEY .................. ........ R ichton SPEECH PATHOLOGY Eighth Row: WILLIAM OWEN WHITTEN ...............,..... Florence, Ala. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT JAMES RAIFORD WILLIAMSON .......... ...... V icksburg POLITICAL SCIENCE DONALD DENNIS WILSON, JR. ................ Pensacola, Fla. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION THERESA ANN YATES ..................... West Monroe, La. PSYCHOLOGY -. .N ' I If K: -it 1, " E 755, . 401-gum 'GL' ' ella- ., 575' X.-fin' -.' Y 74' JVM? 3 I V" ,fc 5 an 2, , f f fy' 'On W ,' ,1,- W' 5 ,J I A If 1 If? f 242 fl , ,ann , fx f f ' : 'V' A gi.. 290 7 Iv YYY FRANK ROBERT YOUNG ........... .. .Long Beach FINANCE FUH-ING YEH , R. , .A Long Beach LIBRARY SCIENCE 1: - in HARVEY STEVEN BRIDGES .................... Tampa, Fla. h-.0 SPECIAL STUDENT, PSYCHOLOGY it Some students find 10 minutes sufficient fofr class changes . . . Colilege Hall to the tennis courts for P.E., in a futile attempt othefrs a're seen dashing across campus, from third floor in to be on time. gh is WN ' ,X 5 'X X . N xf, + M 1-V, f A S - - f -135' vw, xv 3 V Q .E A X kspxfw. 'Rf M at , sf:-ww-::f.,:e E-f W G ' 'a"ii"Qf Q , 5 hx A fi + ,kesaggv-'-MMM' " ' I wgvgii 31 F Ui - . .I J Ab' ,M "' i s X K1'- " f My E A-'wa 'Bw F :Y Xi: v.. .X Vw l 7.91 Ag, :mt 6, 'W K 'ZW icleasfcop wal I ff. ,.,,,, f , 1 I .Qi 'S-A 'Hi Rx .:,., 5 i,:,. . P W Y 1 ' "fy, wi. ' ff' I A. ' ' 'if' My hw 4 I Y Senior Class Officers: Mike Parker, president: Connie Riley, secretary: Roger Poulos, vice-president: Marilyn Miller, treasurer. First Row: EUGENIA RAE ADAMS ...................... ..... S ummit ELEMENTARY EDUCATION JAMES HERMON ADAMS ................. . . .Raymond COMMERCIAL ART DAVID BYRON ALDRIDGE INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT KENNY E. ALMAN, .....................,........... Qultman MARKETING: Baptist Student Union: Tennis: Fellowship of Christian Athletes. . Second Row: JAMES RONNIE ALLEN .............. . .... Magnolia MARKETING SHEILA FAY ALLGOOD .......................... Yazoo City CLOTHING AND TEXTILES: Home Economics Club: Dormi- tory Vice-President: Women's Affairs Board: Dixie Darlings. The Seniors Qs " DONALD WALTER ANDERSON ...................... Clinton INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY HAROLD ALWYN ANDERSON ................... Pascagoula RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY: Baptist Student Union: Student Center Chairman. ii Third Row: .IERRYE LOUISE ANDERSON ......................... Laurel ENGLISH: Scholarship Recipient: Alpha Lambda Delta: BSF President: Dormitory President: Women's Affairs Board: Pi Tau Chi. MARGARET ELISE ANDERSON ............ Falls Church, Va. ENGLISH: AEA: Editor, Alpha Sigma Alpha: SOUTHERNER Staff: Universities Activities Council: SNEA. PATRICIA CAROLYN ANDERSON .................. Gulfport ELEMENTARY EDUCATION SYLVIA EDWARD ANDERSON ........... .... R ichton ART EDUCATION ' q?.',,g 4' P D ,QA 'X . if I it ,I -- , G 3,1 7-92 51 M an-, f, 4' XX 'W , ,qs 'IJ ti f' .M 1 .8 1 ,xv , Karr' 1 . V. vp, 1. JQAZV f ' ,EH , ,.-'QM 46,2 1 ' - V WWF N I 'MQKX . 15? iw' 'ir'- E2 l I . .x X ' , we - :- A : ia: -1f"'v .W f rv-Q ,qi X: wx.. Q v-. .,, 1 in ,rn . "' vx am 1 f , 1 4 faE. if ji it g sf W 'W I ,.,. l fam' v' f l"'! N I WHA-A K5 'M t ' ,f we . 1 1 li , I , . Qu ,Lf I 'D -, ' gm. - . -I.: . Z4 u 18 'HZ' '77 ,- X .fi ig Qc p Q. ., ,PQ5 -,.., ff I iff 'TN if Na2acgWf 2 M 'EL ,L , it-'gi . , 'R ,. i Q 'C T9 193 First Row: RUTH THELMA ANDREWS .... .... . ..,.... .... C h icago, Ill. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION PHILIP CLINE AINSWORTH ............... ...... J ayess MATHEMATICS JANICE L. ARCHER ......,....................... Long Beach PSYCHOLOGY: Psi Chi, President, Secretary-Treasurer. RICHARD H. ASHLEY, JR. ........................ Greenwood ACCOUNTING Second Row: WILLIAM M. ATKINSON .................. Panama City, Fla. POLITICAL SCIENCE: EMG. DANA, MAE AUSTIN ........................ BlueHeld, W. Va. THEATRE: Southem Players, Best Supporting Actress-Studio Drama: University Singers. LARRY O. AVERA ...............,.................. Meridian MATHEMATICS: Circle K. MARY WANDA BARBER ......................... Pascagoula LIBRARY SCIENCE: Dean's List. Third Row: GENE RUSSELL BACHMAN ................. Parsippany, N.J. RECREATION: Football: President, Recreation Club. THOMAS WILLIAM BACKUS, IIII Ocean Springs HISTORY AND MUSIC: Lambda Chi Alpha: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Singers I. JUNE JACQULYN BAILEY ............................ Biloxi ENGLISH: Secretary, LambdaI-Iota Tau: Dean's List: President's is . PRYOR GARNER BAILEY Hattiesburg PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS: Physics Club. Fourth Row: SPENCER LEA BAILEY .......................,.. Hattiesburg PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH: HPER Club: Yellow Jackets: Baptist Student Union. VIRGINIA ANNE BAILEY ........................ Hattiesburg ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONZ SNEA1 Dean'S List. PATRICIA LEE BAKER ......................... Clanton, Ala. SPECIAL EDUCATION: Dean's List. BRENDA JOYCE BALDWIN ................... Pensacola. Fla. OFFICE MANAGEMENT AND EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL STUDIES: Vice-President, Phi Beta Lambda: Rifle Club. Fifth Row: GLENDA JEAN BALDWIN .................... Pensacola, Fla. PHYSICAL EDUCATION CHARLOTTE A. BARNES .......................... Carthage COMIVLERCIAL ART: Alpha Lambda Delta. . JANIS DEAN BARNES ....,....................... Columbia MUSIC EDUCATION: XYZ: Tau Beta Sigma: Marching and Symphonic Bands. JOE BILLY BARNES Braxton VOICE: Minister of Music: University Singers. Sixth Row: MARY LO-U BARLOW .................,.......... Lumberton ELEMENTARY EDUCATION IVY LEE BARRETT ......................... .... G ulfport BIOLOGY DON FREDERICK BARRON ....... ..... P ascagoula FINANCE MARGARET FLORENCE BARRON ..,........... Atmore, Ala. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Seventh Row: JIMMY GROVER BASSETT ............. ............. L ouin CHEMISTRY BONNIE E. BATES ............................... Mobile, Ala. EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL STUDIES: Officer, Phi Beta Lamb- da: Dormitory Officer. JAMES OLEN BAUCUM ...............,............. Newton MANAGEMENT CAROLE ANN BAYLIS .........................,.... Prentiss SPEECH PATHOLOGY: IIBKIW: Dormitory Social Chairman: Presi- dent's List: Dean's List: Sigma Alpha Eta: President. Panhel- lenic Council: BSF. Eighth Row: JAMES RONALD BAYLIS ........................... - ,... Petal MARKETING: Phi Sigma Epsilon. RUSSELL LAVERNE BAYNE, JR. ........... New Orleans, La. FINANCE: Amold Scholarship: Young Democrats. SHIRLEY ANN BEARD .............................. Morton ENGLISH CAREY DWIGHT BEARDEN .......... ...,. B iloxi PRE-LAW Seniors First Row: NANCY LYNN BEARDEN .......................... Tylertown MATHEMATICS: Dean's List: SNEA: Dormitory Officer: Kappa Mu Epsilon. JANE ELLEN BEASLEY ........................ - ........ Petal HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION: Home Economics Club. MARY HARRIET BEASLEY ...................... Hattiesburg HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION THOMAS BUFFINGTON BEDELL ............ Van Buren, Mo. BIOLOGY Second Row: WILLIAM A. BENEFIELD ............... .... P icayune MATHEMATICS ANGELA RUE BENNETT .................. .... N atchez ART ALINE GRANT BENNETT ............................ Liberty ELEMENTARY EDUCATION STEVEN WALES BENNETT ................. Grosse Ile, Mich. PERSONNEL AND INDUSTRIIEL IEANAGEMENT: Men'S Af- all'S 031' . Third Row: CURT HJALMAR BERG ......................... Wilmette, Ill. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION: BAE: Officer, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Officer, Industrial Education Club: SNEA: Scope X. JOHN JOSEPH BERGES .................... New Orleans, La. BIOLOGY: EN. I BEVERLY PACK BERRY .......................... Columbia BUSINESS EDUCATION: XQ: Committee of 100: Phi Beta Lambda: Wesley Foundation. LINDA KAY BIGLANE .............................. Natchez RECREATION: llBfl': Newman Club, Committee of 100: House Council. Fourth Row: JULIA ALICE BISHOP .......................... Hattiesburg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION DANIEL LEO BIZZELL ....................... Pensacola, Fla. POLITICAL SCIENCE: 1lfli'l': President, lst Vice-President, SGA: President, Phi Kappa Tau: Treasurer, IFC: IFC Repre- sentative: Omicron Delta Kappa: Pi Tau Omega: SUSGA Delegate: MIC Delegate: Vice-Chairman, SCOPE: SCOPE Ex- ecutive Committee: "SAVE" Steering Committee: President, Ad- visory Board: Chairman, Men's Affairs Board: Student Court Justice: SUSGA Convention Chairman: Pledge President, Phi Kappa Tau: Pi Beta Phi Arrow Man: Sophomore Class Favorite: Junior Class Favorite: Greek God: Assistant Director SUSGA Spirit Workshop: Proctor: Student Senate. ALAN MATHIEU BLACKSTON ........................ Biloxi ENGLISH CAROL JEAN BLAKENEY ...................... Taylorsville HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION: Home Economics Club. Fifth Row: SHIRLEY ANN BLAND ........................... Hattiesburg POLITICAL SCIENCE: Alpha Irambda Delta: Southern Broad- cas ers. SULIUS RAY BLAWSETT ............... ......... C olumbia FINANCE PATRICIA GAYLE BLITCH Pensacola, Fla. BIOLOGY JAMES O. BLOUNT .................... ....... G ulfport PSYCHOLOGY Sixth Row: DONNIE FERRELL BLUE ........... ..... L aurel HISTORY CAROL KAY BOATMAN ............,............ Hattiesburg SPEECH THERAPY: AAA: SGA Director Orientation: Presi- dent, Alpha Lambda Delta: Druids: Phi Delta Rho: Senator: Vice-President, Delta Delta Delta: Scope VII, VIII: SUSGA Delegate: College Board: Sigma Alpha Eta: President's List. ELIZABETH LUELLEN BOGGAN .................. Lucedale ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Dean's List: Baptist Student Union. PAULETTE BOONE ................................... Laurel PSYCHOLOGY Seventh Row: MARTHA CAROLYN BOOTH ........................ Natchez HOIVEE ECONOMICS: President, Kappa Omicron Phi: Dean's List: Tau Beta Sigma: USM Band: Freshman Counselor: Otiicer, Home Economics Club. ANNA LYNN COUNCE BORDEN ................,.... Tupelo ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Dean's List: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta: SNEA. OUIDA MARY BOSWELL ........................... Meridian MATHEMATICS FREDDIE MARTAIN BOUDREAUX ................. Sumrall BIOLOGY: Distinguished Military Student: Dean's List. Eighth Row: LARRY BOUNDS .................... MARKETING CAROL JOYCE BOUTWELL .......................... Laurel MUSIC EDUCATION: Secretary and Treasurer, Tau Beta Sigma: Editor, "Pride": Drillmaster, USM Marching Band: Band Secre- tary: Dean's List: Orchestra: Band Librarian: MENC. . . .Picayune G. KENNETH BOUTWELL ..............,............ Jackson EL T' KA' Pled e Class Se retar PERSONN MANAGEMEN , , g C y. Treasurer, Kappa Alpha: IFC Representative. ESTHER LORRAINE BOWEN ........................ Gulfport ELEMENTARY EDUCATION A or .,.. 1 was daft 353 I . Tami A ' - -, 'UQ ,vi "1-1 , fp x .xi 'SI' SL if M5 A Z.: an Q ,si a I X: -. L. an-' ,l x M' Sy. 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Hattiesburg CHILD DEVELOPMENT: B.S.U.: Home Economics Club. Second Row: HENRY SALTONSTALL BRADLEY ............ McCall Creek GEOGRAPHY BARBARA GAYLE BRALEY ............... Panama City, Fal. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION MILTON PAGE BRANN .............................. Natchez INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT DAVID CLARK BRENNAN ................ North Miami, Fla. MANAGEMENT: Yellow Jackets: Men's Affairs Board: Off Campus Housing Board: President, Southern Pacers Track Club. Third Row: RODNEY CLYDE BRELAND ........................ Meridian INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT DIANA DELL BREWER .......................... Bay Springs LIBRARY SCIENCE LINDA MARIE BREWER ................ .... L eakesville BUSINESS EDUCATION SHIRLEY ANN BREWER .................. .... M oss Point BUSINESS EDUCATION Fourth Row: WILLIAM T. BRIDGES ....................... .... P rentiss BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LEON THOMAS BROCK, JR. ...................... Berry, Ala. ECONOMICS: Delta Sigma Pi. LINDA GALE BROOKS ............................ Slidell, La. BUSINESS EDUCATION: TM: Standards Chairman, Phi Mu: Phi Chi Theta. ROBERT C. BROOME ...................,. Midwest City, Okla. GEOLOGY Fifth Row: A' ' ELLA RAY BROWN ................... .... M agee , MATHEMATICS , ii"' - GARY LEE BROWN ......................... ....... . Tupelo -1 MARKETING ,Mgt HENRY EDGAR BROWN ....................... ......... P etal E' f' CHEMISTRY: Basic College Advisory Council: President, Circle A. N' K: President, Vice-President, Gamma Beta Phi: Senior Advisor, ' V - Phi Eta Sigma: Advanced ROTC: Scabbard and Blade: Dean's 1 5 .Q ES List: President's List. JAM ROBERT BROWN ........................ Bay Springs M' SOCIAL STUDIES: MIT: University Activities Council. f. 3 ' I ' I 'AZV Row: We ag X. ".. JOYCE MARIE BROWN ............................ Florence if W .- ELEMENTARY EDUCATION qw. I I A 'fl I LINDA CAROL BROWN ........................... Perkinston 1 i .5 . g CLOTHING MERCHANDISING: AEA: Home Economics Club. fy i.-, V, , : ' . ,,:, .V H LINDA SUE BROWN ........................ ...Bogue Chitto 4 -Aff BIOLOGY g MARY ELLEN BROWN ........................ . . . . . .Jackson ENGLISH: University Singers: Dean's List: Alpha Psi Omega: fi if officer, soutnem Players: Lambda Iota Tau, Annual starr. ' 'L Seventh Row: A MX V' A fa, 5 PATRICK EUGENE BROWN ............ ..... M eridian f., Z- -3 ff' 2 MANAGEMENT 'I 4" K' X CAROL YVONNE BROYLES ............. .... M agnolia I ' :" In ' J it "" ' f LIBRARY SCIENCE X . K ' JAMES E. BRUMFIELD ................ . . . .Pascagoula :X , V.4:, ,Y FINANCE it 4 I -5. WILLIAM CULLOM BRYAN ......... . . . .Jackson T i,i'. FINANCE f -"M ' M - ' Q., - t 1.4 Eighth Row: JOHN THOMAS BRYANT . .. . .. .... .Laurel I 1 ' ' f i if POLITICALIBCIENCE 7-95 A BIOLOGY I KENNETH WAYNE BRYANT ..,...... .... H attiesburg LESLIE ALONZO BRYANT INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY MAURICE W. BRYANT , . . Pine Knot, Ky. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Seniors First Row: WILBUR DAVID BUCKLEY ............................. Soso HISTORY FRANCISCO JOSE BUESO ........ Guatemala City, Guatemala MARKETING BILLY GEORGE BUFKIN .......................... Columbia CHEMISTRY: Phi Eta Sigma: Top-5 Freshmen: Chairman, Student Aiiiliate of American Chemical Society: Dean's List, President's List. ANN CECILIA BULLOCK ......,...................... Laurel ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Second Row: SHERMAN WAYNE BULLOCK ........ .... Pr entiss MARKETING CLIFFORD DENNIS BURDEN ............ .... B iloxi MATHEMATICS ROBERT F. BURDINE ........................ ..... F ulton PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT WILLIAM THOMAS BURKE .............,........... Jackson RADIO AND TELEVISION: National Society of Pershing Rifles: Battalion Commander: National Society of Scabbard and Blade: Southern Broadcasters: News Director, WMSU. Third Row: LAURA JANE BURLINGAME ........................ Jackson ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Pride Member: President, Hill- crest Dormitory: Wo1nen's Affairs Board: SNEA. BETTYE ELIZABETH BURNETT ............... Bogue Chitto ELEIVIENTARY EDUCATION N. LAVERNE BURNETT .................... New Orleans, La. PHYSICAL EDUCATION ..................................Philadelphia PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT BOB K. BURNS Fourth Row: MELROSE BURNS ...................... Warner Robbins, Ga. FRENCH: AZ: Dixie Darlings: Scholarship Chairman, Delta Zeta: Kappa Delta Pi: Secretary-Treasurer, Pi Delta Phi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Highland Dancirsi SOUTHERNER Staff: President's is . SUE LINDA BURRIS ........................... McCall Creek BUSINESS EDUCATION THOMAS W. BURT . , . . . .. . , , Long Beach POLITICAL SCIENCE: IIKA: President, Pledgemaster, Pi Kappa Alpha: IFC Representative: Dean's List. MALCOLM BUSBY .................................... Laurel SPEECH Fifth Row: MAX DALE BUSH .............................. ..... L aurel PHYSICAL EDUCATION RICHARD ANTHONY BUTLER ...................... Natchez HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION JAMES LAMAR BYNUM ............................ Meridian INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY BARBARA ANN BYRD ....................... .... C olumbia ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Sixth Row: PHYLLIS MARIE BYRD ............................. Gulfport ENGLISH: SMEA: Newman Club. PATRICIA LYNN BYRNES ....................... Hattiesburg SPECIAL EDUCATION: IIBT: SMEA: Vice-President, Pi Beta Phi. BOBBY N. CAIN ............................ Bay Minette, Ala. HISTORY I DAVID EZEKIEL CAMPBELL .....,................ Meadville COMMUNICATIONS Seventh Row: MARY LEE CAMPBELL .................. .... E astfork CHILD DEVELOPMENT . SARAI ANN CANFIELD .............................. Collins ELEIVIIENTARY EDUCATION: XQ: House Chairman, Chi Omegal Wesley Foundation: SNEA. PATRICIA M. CARAHER ....... ....... C harlotte Harbor, Fla. JOURNALISM EDUCATION: -l-M: Student Printz: Social Chair- man, Public Relations, Phi Mu. ' I MELTON HAYES CARAWAY ................... Metairie, La. POLITICAL SCIENCE Eighth Row: PAUL KEITH CARTER ................ . . .Gulfport MICROBIOLOGY TERRIE FREDERICK CARTER ........... ..... P ascagoula BUSINESS EDUCATION LOLA JEAN CASE ........................ .... B rookhaven NURSING PATRICIA ANN CASE ..................... .... B rookhaven BUSINESS EDUCATION ' if ,Q 1 MW f nfs J W 57 X' ? f l WA X 1 4 f .fff 4 f I, V, . if M ke if 'tr we .3 HI' 1 'T ' If I mf f ff I Q., ' 'ts 'P' ' f we fe .4535 ae-I . fi: ,, ' x ,3 in Q' A vw, '2. FN A' i t 'f,, 3 fs 'Q I ,T A i .. A. ' W1 TK A '23 'lifts - ' . xl We 3. Q I A.-fb '-V Y Q. :V xl 2 mm, qw, f .. ,,. J te mm f f xi 4 Y an i S Q 1 IW 'Vt ' ,, ,V f -. 'W il G! A Q. 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ENGLISH: Freshman House Officer, Vice-President, Pulley Hall: Vice-President, Women's Affairs Board: Miss Southern, 19675 Dean's List: President, Phi Delta Rho: Best Supporting Actress, 1967: "Carousel," "Sound of Music," "Brigadoon," "Music Mann: Soloist for Christmas Concerts, two years. JACK BYRNES CHANCE ............................ Natchez GEOGRAPHY WILLIAM LEE CHANCELLOR ........ .,...... J ackson SOCIOLOGY FREDERICK WILLIAM CHAPMAN .... ..... O cean Springs PSYCHOLOGY Third Row: DIANN CHEEKS .................................... Ellisville HEALTH. PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION: Dean's List: Health, Physical Education and Recreation Club. JOANN CHEEKS ................................... Ellisville HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, AND RECREATION: Dean's List: Health, Physical Education and Recreation Club. DELMA MARGARET CHESNEY .................. Little Rock ELEMENTARY EDUCATION GARLAND STEPHEN CHILDERS ............... Coleman, Fla. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: SAIC. Fourth Row: BEVERLY SUE CHRISTIANCE , ...........,...,.. Ambler, Pa. ART: EEE: Keeper of Grades, Sigma Sigma Sigma: Committee of 100: Dean's List: Editor, Panhellenic Handbook: Vice-Chair- man, Young Republicans: Annual Staff: Women's Affairs Board. ANN MEEK CHRISTOPHER ............................ Forest ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Student National Education As- sociation. PAUL EDWARD CHRISTOPHER .... , ............,..,. Forest BOTANY: Yellow Jackets: Commanding Officer, Co. F-6, Persh- ing Rities: Distinguished Military Student. OLIVER AUSTIN CLAIR .............................. Forest ACCOUNTING Fifth Row: BETTE L. CLARK ......,................. .,.. B rookhaven CHILD PSYCHOLOGY H. DURVAN CLARK ................................ Meridian MUSIC EDUCATION JOHN TERRANCE CLARK .................. Saint Marys, Pa, ACCOUNTING: DDE: Dean's List: Alpha Epsilon Alpha. CAROLE ELLEN CLARKSON .............. Popular Bluff, Mo. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sixth Row: JOE MACK CLEARMAN .................. .... S umrall GENERAL BUSINESS DONALD ROBERT CLEVELAND ..................,. Hickory ACCOUNTING JAMES FRANKLIN CLOIMAN ...................... Gulfport BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEIVENT 1 1 JAMES DAVID COBB ...............................A Wiggins HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Seventh Row: MONTRESSA COCHRAN ..................... ..... R ichton ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: KA. SHARON VIRGINIA COCKRELL ..................... Raleigh ENGLISH LANELLE DUNN COKER ...................... Ocean Springs COMMERCIAL ART: Dormitory Officer: Dixie Darlings. BARBARA JEAN COLCLOUGH .............. Cleveland, Ohio PSYCHOLOGY: Dean's List. Eighth Row: LLOYD HAMILTON COLE ......................... Columbus RADIO AND TELEVISION: Editor, Treasurer, Westminster Fel- lowship: News Director, Manager, WMSU: Southern Broad- cas ers. JAMES ALLEN COLE ................... ........... P rentiss ACCOUNTING DWIGHT F. COLLINS .................. .... L aurel ENGLISH I MARSHA MARIE COMAN ..................,....... Columbia ENGLISH: Phi Theta Kappa: Student Education Association, Seniors First Row: ROBERT LONG COMBS .............................. Newton ENGLISH: Treasurer, Omicron Delta Kappa: Historian, Secre- tary, President, Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Kappa Phi: President, Lambda Iota Tau: Kappa Delta Pi: University Singers: Editor, Contemporary: Omicron Delta Kappa, Most Outstanding Male Freshman: Pi Kappa Lambda, Most Outstanding Male Freshman: Crown-Zellerbach Scholarship Award: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities: Guest Pianist with Jackson Symphony: Second Place, Shreveport Symphony Concerto Competition. CLITON EARL CONERLY .......................... Gulfport PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: -I-KT: Vice-President, Publicity Chairman, President, Baptist Student Union: Committee of 100: Circle K Club: University Activities Committee: Advanced ROTC: Student Christian Federation Executive Council: Proctor: Rho Eta Sigma: Corresponding Secretary, Phi Kappa Tau. RICHARD PAUL CONOLLY ................ . . .Pensacola, Fla. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: Pen and Sword. CAROLYN FRANCES COOK .......................... Decatur ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Dean's List: Baptist Student Union Otiicer: University Singers. Second Row: PRINCY COOK .................................. Bay St. Louis BUSINESS EDUCATION: XQ: Sweetheart, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Assistant Treasurer, Chi Omega: Freshman Counselor: Senator: Pi Omega Pi: Phi Beta Lambda: Dean's List, REBECCA ANN COOK . ............................ Columbia PRE-DENTAL ' JOE BERNARD CORBITT .......... . ......... ....... M eridlan COMMERCIAL ART: President, Newman Federation. WENDY RUTH COSTELLO .................... Brookfield, Ill. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Pi Kappa Delta: President, Stu- dent National Education: Mississippi State Oratory Winner: State Council Representative, Spurs National Honor Sorority. Third Row: DONALD RAY COTTEN ........................... Meadville BIOLOGY SUSAN CLAIRE COVELL ............ De Funiak Springs, Fla. POLITICAL SCIENCE: Dixie Darlings: Page, Senate: Commit- te f 100. CHERYL ANN COVINGTON ci ....................... McComb ELEIVLENTARY EDUCATION JAMES ROLAND COVINGTON ..................... Meridian BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Dean's List: English Award. Fourth Row: MELVIN DERWOOD COWAN ........ .... G ulfport HISTORY RAYMOND JOSEPH COX ............................. Biloxi ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Kappa Delta Pi. ELIZABETH F. CRAFT .............................. Summit ELEIVIENTARY EDUCATION JUDIETH WAYNE CRAFT .................. .... M ize MARKETING Fifth Row: WANDA L. CRAFT .................................. Nettleton ENGLISH: Delta Psi Omega: Wesley Foundation. JOE EVERETTE CRAWFORD ........................ Meridian MARKETING: Pi Sigma Epsilon. ACCOUNTING LYLE ALBERT CREWS, JR. ............... ...... G ulfport PERSONNEL MANAGEMZENT DAWN CROMARTIE ............................ Deerfield, Ill. SPEECH: l'lBfI": President of Pledge Class, Recording Secretary, Activities Chairman, Pi Beta Phi: University Chorus: Girls' Glee Club: University Activities Committee: Wesley Foundation: Stu- dent National Education Association. Sixth Row: MORRIS WAYNE CROWDER ........ ........... P icayune JAMES HUGH CUMMINGS ........... .... P anama City, Fla. RECREATION JOHN GERARD CURREN JR. ............... New Orleans, La. MARKETING: Pi Sigma Epsilon. MAJOR KENNETH D. CURRY, JR. ................ Hattiesburg CHEMISTRY Seventh Row: SALLY ANN CURRY ......................... ...... L aurel ELEMENTARY EDUCATION CHERYL Q. CYR ................................ Norfolk, Va. PSYCHOLOGY: President's Cabinet: Senate: Delta Sigma Pi Rose: Rho Eta Sigma Sweetheart: Corresponding Secretary, Phi Chi Theta: House Council: Historian, University Activities Coun- cil: Secretary. Civinettes: Featiire Editor, Annual: MIC Dele- ga e. SIMONE ELIZABETH CYR . .... ............... S pringfield, Va. HOME ECONOMICS MARK B. DABBS ................................... Meridian GENERAL BUSINESS: KE: Scabbard and Blade: Southern Players. Eighth Row: BEVERLY ANN DALE ............................ Hattiesburg MICROBIOLOGY: AAA: Secretary, Vice-President, President, Delta Delta Delta: President, Women's Affairs Board: Alpha Lambda. Delta: Druid Society: Secretary, Treasurer. Phi Delta Rho: Pi Tau Chi: Phi Kappa Phi: Top Twenty Beauty, two years: Editor, Drawl: Vice-President, Sophomore Class. Presi- dent's List: Dean's List: Presidential Advisory Council: SUSGA Delegate: MIC Delegate. JAMES EDWIN DALEY .............................. Jackson ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SANDRA J. D'ANGELO .............................. Gulfport HISTORY: EEE: President, Sigma Sigma Sigma: Young Re- publications Club: Committee of 100: SNEA. HOWARD MELVIN DANIELS ....................... Gulfport PSYCHOLOGY W it Q t gi fi ,f I 4, If A f ff f 5 f 1 mf my ? ,' , . t"'f7?'Tf"r f A , .,.,.. I , f ., , - aw, ,z .,..,,V - ,- E as 0 ' ' f , . V 1 , Ar.: ' A if ' s by 1 - 'W tw,- of ff ' 7 , .. frm at A 1 A 'fi " 5 , ' , fn .M . Z..-. ,M .H 1 B . 1 . 1 ii W Q if ' A 'M 4 , f 5, 3 4 1 "' -" a l g Wlfrfr WB' au'-Q-wr +3 f iq, 'fs ,ze 45 it ' N r si. 2 ,, f L Hr'-----wx, Z at A2554 an R 'W X , S Ji 5 X 9' it 'Q--Q --ax, 4 . , RQ Dx in Q f ff 's E' r Y -.7' g V I V 9.98 ne: :V 1 is-.milafl H Q ,f is f , i 5' First Row: -.... x f 'H' WILMA ANN DARNAUER Goodland, Kan. 'J' MEDICINE: Tau Beta Epsilon: Sigma Alpha Iota: Orchestra: -' Delta Gamma. I DOUGLAS COLIN DAUGHDRILL ................ Mobile, Ala. MARKETING: Historian, Delta Sigma Pi. . ALTON THEODORE DAVIS .................,. .... S eminary GENERAL BUSINESS DONA EUGENE DAVIS ...................... . . .Moss Point -f-- . ENGLISH AND HISTORY it . Second Row: ,J 5 , 1. I, JANET JEAN DAVIS .......................... Marianna, Fla. 1 he 'K I. fn.. - , -T ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Kappa Delta Pi: Dean's List. . i 3 I ji ' , ' f LEE J ARRELL DAVIS .....,...................... Hattiesburg -1, ' , ' I I' 'Jffvs PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT I I ,V , , 5 " 5 n . LEE TRENTON DAVIS .........,............ New Orleans, La. ,, ,i P' F - MARKETING: Acacia. " ' Af P' MICHAEL STRENG DAVIS .............. . . . .New Orleans, La. ' 525 - 1 ' I POLITICAL SCIENCE AND ACCOUNTING: Acacia! AEA. . ' T ' dt- 2 I, Third Row: , PAUL SIDNEY DAVIS ............... .... J ackson I . I FINANCE in 1 I TOMMIE LOUISE DAVIS ................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Laurel ' Mm Q ' """ .5 PHYSICAL EDUCATION: ' KA: Activities Chairman, Kappa I N' , ,R 1: 4 Delta: UAC: Social Chairman HPER Club. 5, ' f f ' 'W Ig. Q JACQUELINE RUTH DAY ...............,............. Laurel t g'-..-M I 'F-.I I, W, A j' 2--1 SOCIOLOGY: Dean's List. "P ' we ,-.1f My A fy , q-- DARLENE KAY DEARMAN ............... . ...Millry, Ala. , . I 1' I 'r" SCIENCE EDUCATION .31 ii Q, , fl Fourth Row: 4 ue? . ..A 4 .,' I , DIANN DEARMAN .......................... ..,.. . Petal BUSINESS EDUCATION I DANIEL JOHN DEASON .................... ..... C olumbia .A Irzg- 0 t PUBLIC ADDRESS: Rs. , ' . ROBERT JERALD DELANEY ........... .... B rookhaven " , ' I MARKETING .fgw l I HARVEY CLINTON DELLINGER .... .. ...Hattiesburg fi, : T f 5 COMMFERCIAL ART YV, Fifth Row. . - . I, ' Z ' MIRIAN ANN DE MEDIAIS ................... . . . . . . .Jackson ,VVI , GEOGRAPHY: Wesley Foundation: University Singers, Col- V' ' W legiate Civinette. Q 5' SAMUEL JOSEPH DEMERAVILLE . Okolona X, ,f PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: Rx. . ' I fft' 7 I ELIZABETH WILKINS DeMOVILLE ................. Okolona I ., f'f"25 't'I":',.. HISTORY: Committee of 103i southern Players: Canterbury W 1-A ELIZABETH ANN DENISON ..................... .Monticello ' M I MK, A S... , V BUSINESS EDUCATION I if I I A 2 - f , : Sixth Row: f Qo' ' ,f ,."'m " jg . U I GEO-RGE EARL DENIUSGi36GR.APH ..... ....... P oplarville I 7 ' X' i , ii". . :I V A 'V f ill A Y -:-' V I Vvln PVE Q WALTER LARRY DEUSCH . . . . . . . . . . . .Little Falls, N.J. , f ix MARKETING ' " if Z .A ' . T "" C. TOM DICKERSON ................... .... . ....Jackson MANAGEMENT GERALD ALAN DICKERSON ...................... Lucedale MUSIC EDUCATION AND POLITICAL SCIENCE: -ifli'l': Vice- president, Rush Chairman. Song Leader, Scholarship Chairman. Phi Kappa Tau: Outstanding Pledge of Phi Mu Alpha Sin- W fl in , ,, , fonia: Outstanding Pledge of Kappa Kappa Psi, John F. Nau 4' , Scholarship Award: Outstanding Company Commander of the fe- ,g 21 7 it ' if ff 1 I 'V . EZ Year: Scabbard and Blade: Drum Major ROTC Band' Dean's df X X'-f List: University Orchestra: Symphonic, Band: Brass Choir: ' . ROTC Scholarship Award. Seventh Row: ' THOMAS LOYD DICKERSON ........... .... C orinth ADVERTISING -A.' . LINDA GRAY DICKEY ...... .................... . ....Magee 2, A ,V ' ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: XQ: Alpha Lambda Delta: Secre- X- ' 'g tary, Druids: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Tau Chi: Phi Delta Rho: ' ,.-,f W if Secretary, Student Christian Federation: Senator: Secretary of M- 1 vi' Senate' Pledge Trainer, Panhellenic Representative, Chi Omega: ,fn M, A Cheerleader and Head Cheerleader: Dean's List: Freshman " Counselor: Secretary, Junior Class: BSU. ef' A. I I ADRIANNE DILL .................................. Vicksburg .a ' ' NURSING: Dean's List. 1 CHARLES WILSON DIXON .............. .... H azlehurst GEOLOGY Sf . f af., Q wx ir . .L 7? mf! A Eighth Row: 1 PATRICIA ROCHEL DOARY ................... ...Carriere -4- ELEMENTARY EDUCATION WILLIAM BYRON DOLLARHIDE .................... Jackson MUSIC EDUCATION: President, Vice-President, Kappa Kappa Psi: President, Vice-President MENC: Delegate, Kappa Kappa 74:3 Psi National Convention: Drill Master, Pride: Presser Founda- tion Scholarship: Dean's gist: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Sym- xu.. VLH, phonic Band, Jazz Lab and. Orchestra, Band Scholarship. 2-WN 'sen' DO-MINGO JARAMILLO DOMINGUEZ ........ Robstown, Tex. PERSONNEL AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS JOSEPH VICTOR DOMINO Orlando, Fla. SOCIOLOGY: Regional Merit Scholarship. Dean's List: Presi- dent, Sociology Club. 7-99 Seniors First Row: GAIL CLAUDIA DOOLEY ................. .... W oodville BUSINESS EDUCATION LAURA ANN DUBUISSON . , . . .Gulfport PSYCHOLOGY ELLEN GAYLE DUNAWAY ................ ...... F oxworth BUSINESS EDUCATION RICHARD DUNAWAY . , , .. . Gulfport MARKETING: KA: Varsity Football: Advanced ROTC. Second Row: RUTHIE MAE DUNCAN . ...................... Marianna, Fla. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: University Singers: Concert Band: SNEA: BSU: Dean's List: Dormitory Ofticer: Regional Merit Scholarship. JOHN WHITNEY DUSSOUY . . , . New Orleans, La. FINANCE AND INSURANCE ROBERT LYERLY DUVAL ................... .... V icksburg BIOLOGY DANNY LYNN DYKES ................ .... M onticello MATHEIVLATICS Third Row: ELIZABETH ANN EDWARDS ...................... Meridian ELEMTENTARY EDUCATION: AZ: UAC: Wesley Foundation. BRENDA EDWARDS .....,....................... Hattiesburg SPANISH GREGORY CHARLES EDWARDS, JR. . . .Harrington Park, N.J. RECREATION: Delta Sigma Pi: Newman Club: Outstanding Freshman Newmanite: Mr. Newmanite: John Henry Cardinal Newman Honorary Society: USM Recreation Association: Treasurer, Collegiate Civitan. ANN MARY ELLZEY ........................... .... L aurel ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 3 AAA. Fourth Row: STEPHEN JOSEPH EMMETT, JR. ................ Hattiesburg PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS: Vice-President, ACM: Vice- President, President, AIP: Dean's List. MICHAEL WILTON ENCELL ........................ Meridian ACCOUNTING EDWIN AUGUSTUS ERNEST III ...................... Mobile BIOLOGY: Dean's List, Yellow Jackets, Scabbard and Blade: Pershing Rif'les: Collegiate Civitan: Rho Eta Sigma: Proctor. I WANDA GAYLE ESTESS ........................... Magnolia LIBRARY SCIENCE Fifth Row: ALICE ROWENA EURE .......................... Hattiesburg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION BRUCE DANIEL EVANS ..................... .... P ascagoula ACCOUNTING . JAMES JOHN EVANS ........................... Bay Springs PERSONNEL AND INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT: E-PE. SID ROY EWER . . . Clarksdale ACCOUNTING: E-l'E: Scholarship Chairman, Sigma Phi Epsi- lon: AEA. Sixth Row: JIMMY DAVIS FAIRCHILDS ........... ..... F orest MANAGEMENT BEN FARMER RODNER ................ ...... B randon ACCOUNTING DALE WOODSON FARRIOR , . Waynesboro PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT KATRINA MARGUERITE FARRIS .......... Port St. Joe, Fla. EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL STUDIES: IIB-l'. Seventh Row: KERRIN FAVROT ........................... New Orleans, La. COMPUTER SCIENCE DONNA LEE FIELD .............................. Fluker, La. THEATRE: Xtl: Captain, Dixie Darlings: Beauty, 3 years: ROTC Sponsor: Junior Favorite: Sophomore and Junior Class Treasurer: Rush Chairman, Model Initiate, Chi Omega: Sena- tor, 3 years: Southem Players: Best Actress for Minor Role 1967: Dean'S List Student: Stage Band Vocalist: Pom Pom Girl. RITA FINKELSTEIN , . . , , Boston, Mass. FRENCH MARY JENNIFER FIORENZA ................. Ocean Springs MUSIC EDUCATION: Dean's List. Eighth Row: DIANNA LYNN FLANAGAN ........................ Meridian MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY RITA SUZANNE FLETCHER .................. Huntsville, Ala. BUSINESS EDUCATION: EEE: Pi Omega Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Dean's List: Recording Secretary, Sigma Sigma Sigma. MARY GAYDEN FLOWERS , . Memphis, Tenn. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: AAA: Justice Student Court: Counselor: Assistant President, SCF: Vice-President, Phi Delta Rho: Mu Phi Epsilon: Pi Tau Chi: Dean's List: Chaplain. Scholarship Chairman, Delta Delta Delta. ARTHUR NICK FOKAKIS ........................ Hattiesburg BIOLOGY: Dean's List: Outstanding Sophomore ROTC Cadet. 75" I . ,.., Q, " 0 W ,xg -'iv rl' ,iS , A , Em K f P1-Ns 1. ,, V 'ea 1 " , . 7 555' ff As. 34 44.55 .,,,., : . ' zz.- 1 Y-fl11i"'3 " 'Wm ' WW 'MW i?" 55' We ,, 'iw if -WI, f W 9 ,x 2 re 21' Www J FWZ 4 605' W My jg W 0 Q. , , ti' 5' 1 . 3.5 , ne- ts? . 'ef , 'Wie inns 2, 6 A 42. 'Y Q ' 1 'R - ski: 7 'E .QR fx xx X? ' "X .4- WK 1 300 , Lx 7' 's l or rs- ' glazes ' Q' Ou-'H hi, in-'Mu '5"'aW"f , , ffl 1 Sb- A QL 6 if . -M, f,-v QV 1 ... I I .5-,, ..... s . 5 , , 5 Q . Q., .,, 1 rf f ,f .Al 'Vu W K 4' ' BRENDA LEE FORREST ........................ rm 'tr' 45,1 .......Petal Taylorsville . . . .Jackson .Poplarville . .Monticello . . . .Sumrall .Mobile, Ala. .Hattiesburg Editorial DAYER A. FOY .............................. .... La urel EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY TOM VINCENT FRASCHILLO .............. .... C larksdale JAMES MARVIN FREEMAN ............l.......... Beaumont JULIA ELIZABETH FRY ...................... Fairhope, Ala. MATHEMATICS: EEE: Dean's List: Staff Resident: Civic Chair- man, Jones, Pulley: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Committee Chairman, FRED MONROE GAINES, JR. ................ Cantonment, Fla. CHESTER H. GARDNER .........,...,................. Union LINDA MARIE GARRARD ........................... Natchez -'t BUSINESS EDUCATION: IIB-l-: Treasurer, Pi Beta Phi: Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Beta Lambda: Presidents List: Dean's List. HATTIE BURKS GENTRY ........................ Poplarville SHERMAN WADE GENTRY ...................... Yazoo City PERSONNEL AND INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT: SAM, Man- CHRIS ALEXANDER GEOTER ....................,.. Gulfport OFFICE MANAGEMENT: National Karate Association, DOROTHY LAVELLE GIBSON ...................... Lucedale KENNETH RAY GIBSON ................. .... V aiden WILEY WILFORD GIEGER ............ .... C ollins THOMAS DAVID GILLASPY ..................... Monticello BIOLOGY: EAE: Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- , i sities: Beta Beta Beta Honorary Society: Distinguished Military JOHN GERALD GILMORE ............................ Durant f MANAGEMENT: SAM. Management Fraternity WILLIAM RHODES GILMORE ....................... Jackson I RICHARD MORRIS GILPIN ......... .,........ B radenton. Fla. A MUSIC EDUCATION: Marching Band: Concert Band: Sym- phonic Band: Orchestra: National Intercollegiate Band: Drill Master: Music National Conference, Reporter: Warden, Phi DONNA MAE GINN ............................... Tylertown MATHEMATICS: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Dean's List. STANLEY LEVOY GIPSON ....................... Poplarville AMELIA GAIL GLOVER ........,............... Mobile, Ala. SPANISH-FRENCH: Dean's List: Secretary, International SUSAN MARY GOFF ............................... Big Point ENGLISH-JOURNALISM: Freshman Counselor: Alpha Lambda Delta: Student Printz, News Editor, Special Editor. CURTIS WILSON GORDON ............................ Sardis HISTORY: IU: Senator: Chairman, Speakers Committee: Resi- GARY WAYNE GORE ............................... Sumrall MAYBELL ROSE GORRINGE ............,........ Greenwood JOURNALISM: Newman Club: Dormitory House Council: Committee of 100: Managing Editor, News Editor, Student Print: First Row: I M T f K M A CARON ANN GOLLADAY ..................,..,.... Gulfport .4 f , Za., PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 -W ,A "nf LANA CAROLE GRAFTON ............................ Laurel I ' ,i 'J ELEMENTARY EDUCAT'ION: Baptist Student Union: SMEA. f f 'IHOMAS WEBBER GRAFTON ............ . .......,.... Laurel COMMERCIAL ART JANIS M. GRAHAM . ................................. Oxford RECREATION: EEE: Treasurer, Sigma Sigma, Sigma: Young Republicans: Recreation Club: Sociology Club. Second Row: NOLA DALE GRANBERRY ................ .... H attiesburg SPANISH: Pi Tau Chi. CHARLOTTE EUGENE GRAHAM ................. Linden, Ala, HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION NELL RILEY GREEN .................. ........... H azlehurst PSYCHOLOGY SARA GENE GREEN ............................ Mobile, Ala. HISTORY: Phi Alpha Theta: SMEA: Dean's List. Third Row: CHARLES STANLEY GREGORY .............. Jonesville, S.C. PHYSICS EDNA CAROLYN GRIFFIN .......................... Qultman BUSINESS EDUCATION: SMEA. ALICE JOAHAN GRIMM ............................... Biloxi RADIO AND T.V.C GYM. MONICO R. GRIPPO ....................... Bordentown, N.J. BIOLOGY Fourth Row: DEXTER EUGENE GULLEDGE ..................... Seminary ACCOUNTING: Dean's List: Men's AFB. PAULINE VIEDE GULLOTTA ....................... Gulfport OFFICE MANAGEIVIENT BARBARA LEA GUY .............................. Tylertown HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION: Dean's List. WILLIAM ALLEN HAASE .................... Rockledge, Fla. CHEMISTRY: Rho Eta Sigma: Vice-President, Wesley Founda- tion. Fifth Row: OREN C. HADDOCK . . Fernandina Beach, Fla. GENERAL BUSINESS CHARLOTTE KAREN HAILEY .................. Metairie, La. BUSINESS EDUCATION: Westminster Fellowship: Theta: Civic Chairman, Hillcrest. Phi Chi REBECCA JANE HAILEY ............ . ............... Gholson BUSINESS EDUCATION J ACQUELYN FAYE HAIRE ....................... Pascagoula BUSINESS EDUCATION: Phi Beta Lambda: House Council. Sixth Row: JOHN IRA HALFALRE ...................... Cantonment, Fla. ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING: BONNIE SUE HALL ................................ .Magnolia PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Women's Affairs Board Award: Vice- President, HPER. ELIZABETH M. HALL ................................ Laurel HISTORY-EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY MARY NELL HALL ................................... Magee ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Seventh Row: 'IED MILLER HALL ................................. .Jackson MATHEMATICS: IlIi.X: Pledge Trainer, Pi Kappa Alpha: ACM Club: Dean's List. DAVID HAROLD HALLE ............................. Plnola PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT GEORGE BARRY HALLIDAY .............. Bay Minette, Ala. INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT ROY WAYNE HAMILTON ....................... CHEIVHSTRY Eighth Row: CLARKE R. HAMMOND . ...................... . ACCOUNTING: Delta Sigma Pi. DANNY VICTOR HAMMOND .................. MATHEMATICS AND GEOLOGY JAMES CECIL HANBERRY ...................... SOCIOLOGY PHYLLIS ANNETTE HAND ................. SPECIAL EDUCATION .Moss Point Hattiesburg . Brookhaven .Moss Point . . .Newton O2 9 'hp-1' A, 7 1 g , ff mi 1 , QW ' X if ,Q K PM ima If lm 1 f 1 ' f . ,gg 'Qa- 1w.,,W . trim" A f - f'4QvE gffg5!' Q5 .si .....,... 1 441 " 'ruff 'ow , iii' M ff-A A in-A - to Aa., ,..rA f , . ' 6 L' x M fl w X WN 11 W" cg' 13- 1 TN.. , f'?""v-I 1 -," 1 rf A , to p. A .,., H ii.: .... is 5, I an A First Row: -.... 'A I I , I Tr" WILLIAM TIMOTHY HAND ................ ..... La Wrence 3 . A -W f PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT . 3-1 :,.,. ' ' A DON LINDSEY ................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . .Laurel L . PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Dean's List: Secretary, HPER Club. f A, A A 'A JAMES MAJOR HANSON .. . Cary, N.C. A, - r ,, vu, N e Y ,I nf' .-xi l JOHN DAVID HARDIN . . Hattiesburg PRE-MED: AEA: BBB: Dean's List. Second Row: BILL CHARLES HARPER ................ .... G ulfport bf' ws-1-I Wu! qi --s Q717 MANAGEMENT: Elie. RICHARD COLEMAN HARRELL ..................,. Jackson PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: SAM. CHARLES DONOVAN HARRIS .................. . . .Newton INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY CLAUD VERN HARRIS ...................... ..... N atchez GENERAL BUSINESS: iqx. A .6??a2lf1fTGt,- A A . A Third Row: JAMES DUANE HARRIS ............,.. ..... U nion A PSYCHOLOGY A I W A . fl SHARON ANN HARRIS ................ .... Q uitman Av ,AA ZW g ' DIETETICS I is-W f ,,tt,, ,. M PAMELA HARRISON ............,........ ..,..... J ackson . 'I A ,A,, SPEECH PATHOLOGY W I ,ZIAAA AAAA ' ,,', 3, f- LANE GRIFFITH HASKEVKL ..... R.t...T ......... grackslgln, Ala. I ACCOUNTING: A ' 1 Y ' : easurer. ouse an- ? A,,' " Q ager, Acacia: ViceS1ai'li'LZidertit,OAvir?lEaeEi:silcin Alpha: Dean's List. law' 'T -w"qZ4f" ff ' ' Fourth Row: MINETTA KAY HATLEY .............................. Biloxi ART FRED J. HAWKINS ......,........................... Natchez PERSONNEL AND INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT W' -f LAURA KAYE HAWKINS ........................ Toxey, Ala. MUSIC EDUCATION MICHAEL ANDREW HAWKINS ............ ..... C leveland GENERAL BUSINESS Fifth Row: -IA AA VIRGINIA VAIDEN HAWKINS ..................... Lexington I n ,ff at ENGLISH: Trident Correspondent, Historian, Rush Chairman, -" -- Delta Delta Delta: Dean's List: Annual Staff: Dixie Darling: . UAC: SMEA. . 73 I ' 5-Q? DOROTHY DIANNE HAYDEN ................. Pass Christian i f A BUSINESS EDUCATION 1 AAA A :" A ,Wye CHERYL DIANNE HAZELWOOD ................ Taylorsville AA ' A 2 BIOLOGY AAA ,A 'E A AA AA , ELIZABETH HESTER HEATH .............. Baton Rouge, La. ' ' . .. - '- f' AA ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: AAA. A .1 : .1 4"f .... . ' ,iff ' E2 if i .f Y. " """' ' ..t.: Y ff x 1 t.-' x, I fwfr .Q ,I ' 'W Q, 3 . f fiat" f f L, A Sixth Row: . ELAINE ANN HEIDER ........................... Hattiesburg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Dean's List: Treasurer, Alpha Lambda Delta: Corresponding Secretary, Miss Newmanite, New- manite Treasurer, SMEA. Z SHEILA DIANE HEMBREE ...........,................ Terry ELEMENTARY EDUCATION PATRICIA ANNE HEMPHILL ......................... Biloxi ENGLISH: Dean's List: President's List: Alpha Lambda Delta: Dorm Officer: WAB: SOUTHERN!-IR Staff. , I-...W VICKI G. HENDERSHOT ............,................ Jackson AUDIOLOGY: AZ: Senator, 3 years: MIC delegate 2 years: Delegate to SCOPE: BSF member. Standards Chairman Sorority Education, Delta Zeta: UAC: SGA Community Relations Chair- man: Freshman Orientation Leader: University Singers I: Dorm Council. Seventh Row: I A ,gt ' Fin CAROLYN ANN HENDERSON ........................ Laurel ELEMENTARY EDUCATION3 SMEA1 BSF. ' ' ' MERLIN KNIGHT HENDERSON ............... Pensacola, Fla. COMMUNICATION ' A . SHERRIE ANN HENDERSON ........................ Richton AAN "i' V ELEMENTARY EDUCATION JOYCE ANN HERNANDEZ ................... Pensacola, Fla. MUSIC EDUCATION Eighth Row: RALPH HERMAN HERRIN Collins MARKETING: Pi Sigma Epsilon. THOMAS LEON HERRINGTON ............ .......,.. La urel YHA i ' i MARINE BIOLOGY BILLIE JEAN HERROD ........................... Vicksburg RECREATION: AZ: Refreshments Chairman, UAC: Guard. Pledge Trainer, Activities Council Delta Zeta. TLD- LINDA LOU HERROD ................................ Natchez ELEMENTARY EDUCATION l 303 Seniors First Row: RONALD GENE HERROD ..................... ..... N atchez INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT PATRICIA ANN HICKS ........................... Pascagoula ENGLISH: Wesley Foundation: SMEA: Dormitory Officer.. l JOHN LARRY HILBUN ............................. Ellisville HISTORY C. BRELON HILL .............................. St. Petersburg ACCOUNTING: BAE: President, Treasurer, Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon: Treasurer, Omicron Delta Kappa: Who's Who in American Colleges: Faculty-Student Committee: University Discipline Committee: Distinguished Military Student: Outstanding Junior ROTC Cadet: Proctor and Head Resident: Interfraternity Coun- cil: Pi Beta Phi Big Brother: Executive Assistant to President of SGA: Student Senator: Secretary, Rho Eta Sigma, Secretary, Yellowjackets: SCOPE X: Chairman of Men's Affairs Board: President. Secretary of SAE Pledge Class: Scott Hall Dorm Court: Council. Second Row: JOE CHARLES HILL .................. ..... La urel MATHEMATICS REBECCA ELIZABETH HILTON ............ ...... F lorence COMPUTER SCIENCE BRIAN ROSS HINMAN .............................. Gulfport HISTORY: POLITICAL SCIENCE: flfli'l': Dean's List: Who's Who in American Colleges: Associate Justice of Student Fourth Row: Executive Assistant to SGA President: Scholarship Chairman of IFC: SCOPE XI Executive Committee: Alumni Secretary of Phi Kappa Tau: Proctor: IFC Delegate: Rho Eta Sigma: Phi Alpha Theta: Dormitory Executive Council: Vice-President of Circle K Club: Delegate to SCONA, SCOPE X, MIC, SEIFC, SUSGA. LINDA N. HINTON ...................................... Petal BUSINESS EDUCATION: KA: Pi Omega Pi: Phi Tau Chi: Gamma Beta Phi: Editor, Kappa Delta. Third Row: MARCIA ANN HIRE .......................... Ocean Springs ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: HH-l': Social Chairman, Program Chairman, Pi Beta Phi: WomSn's Affairs Board: Vice-President orm. ANN GRUBBS HOBGOOD ......................... Tylertown ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: SMEA. ROMONEA ANN HODA ........................ Pass Christian ENGLISH FRANKIE AMANDA HODGES ................ ELEMENTARY EDUCATION . . . .Union WILLIAM DALE HODGES .............. .........Biloxi M Club. RECREATION: Distinguished Military Student, LUTHER C. HOLCOMB, JR. ............................. Petal MARKETING RICHARD DAVIS HOLDERFIELD ..... .... J ackson BIOLOGY DON HOWARD HOLIFIELD .......... .... S oso FINANCE Fifth Row: HENRY O'NEAL HOLIFIELD ............ . . .Houston POLITICAL SCIENCE JOEL REEVES HOLIFIELD ................ .... B iloxi COMPUTER SCIENCE MARY ANNELLE HOLIFIELD .......... ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Dean's Listl Presi WILLIAM DALE HOLIFIELD .................. ........Laurel dent's List. ........Laurel MATHEMATICS Sixth Row: DAVID HOLLINGSWORTH .........,..... .... R aleigh ACCOUNTING: .il'I.i. JOSEPH KELLY HOLLINGSWORTH .................. Gloster HISTORY KENDALL JOSEPH HOLLINGSWORTH Raymond RADIO-TELEVISION: Program Director, WMSU: Wesley Foun- dation: Southern Broadcasters. REBECCA CLYDEAN HOLLINGSWORTH Moss Point CLOTHING MERCHANDISING: Women's Affairs Board: Treas- urer, Kappa Omicron Phi: Dean's List: Home Economics Club. Seventh Row: SUSAN HOLLINGSWORTH .......................... Carthage ELEMENTARY EDUCATION NORMAN WILSON HOLLINGSWORTH .............. Decatur HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Dean's List. RONNIE JAMES HOLMES .......................... Tylertown ACCOUNTING JUDITH BRYAN HONEYCUTT ...................... Jackson HISTORY: AEA: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Social Science Prize of Chi Omega. Eighth Row: ERNEST LARRY HOOD ............... ..... E llisville HISTORY JAMES RILEY HOOD ...................... ..... J ackson ACCOUNTING PEGGY WADDELL HOOD ......................... Heidelberg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION JAMES GROVER HORN .................... . . .Vicksburg MARKETING: li E. 04 .. We ,tt .. 'I V "'v ' . 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'K' , J- f 3. fi 'K 4 I . , an A 'S-I I .J KP' 5 lf 1 5 L- "ei My N 1 'W :W 4- 'I ! dr ,V Z - ' , fr T7 j Q 1 ,- .. .iff ' I 'AAA f I Q fmt, Nm... 11? if 42231 2 'Str ' '?-"" it .,,. qi O First Row: JANET LEE HORN ......................,..... Pensacola, Fla, MUSIC EDUCATION: Mu Phi Epsilon: Dean's Liet. University Singers. WILLIAM FRANKLIN HORNE, JR. .................... Laurel ACCOUNTING t DAVID DANIEL HOSEMANN ...........,........ Hattiesburg JOURNALISM: Business Manlag-eil, Advertising Manager, Student rin 2. JOHN MICHAEL HOWARD ......... . ............ Port Gibson MARKETING: fl'li'l': Treasurer, Recording Secretary of Phi Kappa Tau. Secbnd Row: DAVID H, HUGHLEY ..,............... .... M eridian MARKETING CHARLES WILLIAM HUNDEMER ..... .... B ogalusa HISTORY: lIli.t. SOLANGE F. HUSBAND . ........................... Gulfport FRENCH LEE JERRY HUTCHERSON ....................... Pascagoula INDUSTRIAL AND PERSONNEL RELATIONS Third Row: .New York, N.Y. EDDIE LU HWANG ......................... MATHEMATICS JO ANN HYMEL ................................... Arabi, La. MARKETING KENNETH LEROY INMAN MARKETING: SAIC: Oflicer, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Framingham, Mass. BILLY BARNEY ISHEE ................................ Laurel INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY Fourth Row: RONALD JACKSON ................................ Meridian MARKETING: Corresponding Secretary, Pi Sigma Epsilon: Dean's List. JANET KATHLEEN JACOBS .................... Bay St. Louis ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: SNEA: Dormitory Oflice LORETTA W. JACOBSON ............................ Laurel HOMIE ECONOMICS EDUCATION JOHN TYLER JACKS ......................... ..... J ackson POLITICAL SCIENCE Fifth Row: ARNOLD JACKSON ....................... .... M eridian MARKETING: Pi Sigma Epsilon. DONALD JACKSON ..................... ......... M eridian MARKETING JOHN BURT JAMES .......................... .......... B ruce HISTORY: Dean's List: Presidents List. LEROY JAMES, JR. .............................. .... P etal GEOGRAPHY Sixth Row: LINDA PAULINE JAMES ...............,... ..... M oss POLITICAL SCIENCE SHIRLEY JAMES ...................................... Amory SOCIOLOGY: Sociology Club. CAROL ALICE JARM .................... East Hartford, Conn. POLITICAL SCIENCE, HISTORY CRAIG ALLEN JEFCOAT ........................ Moss Point INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Seventh Row: JAMES LARRY JEFCOAT ........... .. ............ Soso FINANCE JANICE DAINE JEFCOAT ........................ Moss Point BUSINESS EDUCATION: DFreshtman Counselor, President of ormx ory. RAYMOND JOSEPH JEFFERSON ........... New Orleans, La. FINANCE: Delta Sigma Phi. RICHARD HOWARD JEMISON ........................ Laurel PSYCHOLOGY: Psi Chi: Dean's List. Eighth Row: BENNETT AVERY JENNINGS ........................ Jackson PSYCHOLOGY: IIKA: Phi Eta Sigma: Psi Chi: Advanced ROTC. PAMELA KELLER JENNINGS ........................ Jackson PSYCHOLOGY, HISTORY: AZ: SCOPE: UAC1 Officer: Delta Zeta: 10 Best Dressed: Dormitory Omcer: Student Printz: Ad- vertisement Award. . MARGARET ANNE JERNIGAN .................. Hattiesburg JOURNALISM: AZ: Secretary, Southern Journalism Society: Student Printz: SOUTHERNI-IR: BSU: Dean's List, UAC. A VINCENT JESSE, JR. .............................. Yazoo City MANAGEMENT: Vice-President of Delta Sigma Pi Pledge Class. Seniors First Row: BECKI JETT ............ .......... .................. R u leville EDUCATION BEVERLY GAY JOHNSON .................................. HOME ECONOMICS: EDUCATION: FOODS AND NUTRITION DAVID WAYNE JOHNSON .,................ Chickasaw, Ala. MANAGEMENT DONALD EUGENE JOHNSON .......... ..... B rookhaven HISTORY Second Row: FRANCES DIANE JOHNSON ............. ............. M ize ELEMENTARY EDUCATION FRANK GEO-RGES JOHNSON .................. Portland, Me. HISTORY: President, Pen and Sword: Presidents List. HAZEL REE JOHNSON ................................. Soso ELEMENTARY EDUCATION LOUISE CAROLYN JOHNSON ................... Philadelphia GENERAL BUSINESS Third Row: MARTHA LYNN JOHNSON ........... ..... P elahatchie ART EDUCATION RAYMOND ANDREW JOHNSON .......... ........ M ize GENERAL BUSINESS DO-NALD HILBURN JONES ............. ..... M agee MATHEMATICS KENNETH SHELTO-N JONES ........... ..... J ackson FINANCE Fourth Row: LYNN JACQE JONES ..................... ..... H attiesburg MATHEMATICS: AEA. MARY VIRGINIA JONES ........................ Hattiesburg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Alpha Lambda Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: President's List: Dean's List. MICHAEL WAYNE JONES .......................... Carriere HISTORY JERRY RAY JONES ............... ..... M ize HISTORY Fifth Row: SUSAN DIANE JONES ............................ Vicksburg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Corresponding Secretary of Delta Zeta: UAC: Student Printz. FREDERICK PHILLIP JORDAN .............. Eight Mile, Ala. MARKETING KENNETH RAY JORDAN ......,................. Philadelphia PERSONNEL MANAGEIVIENT: Business Fraternity Council President: President, SAM. SUSAN FAYE JORDAN .............................. Jackson ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Sixth Row: TIMOTHY PAUL KAJDAN .......................... Jackson COMMERCIAL ART SAMUEL KALAGIAN, JR. .......... Schofield Barracks, Hawaii POLITICAL SCIENCE1 Eflili FRANCES JEAN KEETON .............................. Forest PSYCHOLOGY RICHARD RAY KEETON .............. .... M orton MARKETING Seventh Row: LINDA DIANE KELLICK .............................. Biloxi SPEECH THERAPY RICHARD CAMERON KELLOGG .,.............. Mobile, Ala. MUSIC EDUCATION: Pride, Concert Band: Evangelism Chair- man Westminister Fellowshi 3 SMEA. . p PATRICK LOU KELLY ............,........... Casper, Wyo. BOTANY LINDA ANN KENDALL ..,............... .......... S helby SPEECH PATHOLOGY Eighth Row: JOYCE ELAINE KENDRICK ............... Panama City, Fla. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: IIB-If DAVID ALLEN KENNARD ............................ Purvis ARCHITECTURE DRAFTING ANN CECILIA KENNEDY ........................ Hattiesburg DIETETICS: AEA: 2nd Vice-President, Alpha Sigma Alpha: President, Home Economics Cllub: Secretary of Kappa Omicron 1. JOHNNIE FAYE KENNEDY ........................ Picayune ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ' . A fu fy I . 'Q A' bfi 'nv A . A , 1 Mya 5 . MN- r iff .K s f' Q R 3,405 ,vi ,., L It C Z wmv.. Q 'X 5 I .QL A QA 5 .ivy Q.. ,J Q ff-viii: .., A E M 'R Q X , i " V Q1 fl -wx. 06 . F qw A1-1 W 2' ew' I f ff, 'tin ,I i 1 . vnu., Q-,'t.,,,.... , , J I. . M 1' I 1 ' l'f ci, ,, a 4 r f , .f , I I, . W i if ' ' ' ' no . aff. , ,f ., wytrfi " . f , iii-W' ' ' 4. 1 IRQ' 2? 1 -513.22 f 'NA ix 'ul gy .. Z ,N-., X f fi' :Z ,fu-,I W fl fa.. Q ' 5 22. 3 . X-in Krew , A AVMWW I 'Que ,fi if ' 'ff' W . V. , ,. V w If 'ilzzzqf J I a I if ,l Holi 'f I ' ' , ,W ,ZW 'WW . vm fe Er gf . 7 Am , f ,f ff 9 " l 7 6! , f aff g Z QW 4, 'V' f Qf ff it W f 4 :ff 1.40 X ,-5 . sv' 'S rf 1 . 5 , 2 f M 7 f tr gi I X fq Q, f 1 X 40' 'hu-1, 1 Ninn-A ,.,J"', , ,f x. 4 'K QW E'-, .3 . Q fuses 'Z ' A 'F' x 11-5, First Row: LAWRENCE WOODROW KERN ............,......... Jackson PERSONNEL AND INDUSTEIIASIJARIXEANAGEMENT: Delta Sigma 1: . JUDITI-I MARIE KERR .................... St. Francisville, La. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION FAYE KERSH .................. ,...................... C linton BUSINESS EDUCATION: KA: Freshman Counselor, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Chi Theta. t i LINDA KAY WILLIAMS .......,.................... Meridian PSYCHOLOGY: Oflicer, Wesley Foundation: Dean's List. Second Row: JUDY LOUISE KLEIN ............................ Hattiesburg MATHEMATICS: AEA: Dean's List: Treasurer of Pledge Class: Publicity Chairman, Alpha Sigma Alpha: BSU. CAMILLE KLING .................................. Red Lick BUSINESS EDUCATION: AAA: Corresponding Secretary of Tri Delta. LEE GARY KNIGHT ......... ...... . .............. W aco, Texas COMPUTER SCIENCE AND STATISTICS ROBERT WARREN KNIGHT .................. Mississippi City FINANCE Third Row: KATHERINE GRAYSON KOLGER ........,. .... Le akesville LIBRARY SCIENCE: AAA, PHILIP JACOB KO-LMAN ................. . . .Hattiesburg ACCOUNTING JOHN OHLER KRAMER ....................... Bay St. Louis COMPUTER SCIENCE: MATHEMATICS: ACM. MICHAEL PATRICK KUHN ................ Willow Grove, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY: EN: Jr. IFC: Vice-President, IFC: President of Pledge Class of Sigma Nu: Canterbury Club: Proctor: Rho Eta Sigma. Fourth Row: BOBBY S. LADNER ....................... . . .Gulfport MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY GARY DAVID LADNER ,........ .......... .... P i cayune FINANCE KATHERINE MARIE LADNER ...................... Picayune ELEMENTARY EDUCATION KENNETH H. LADNER . . CHEMISTRY Bay St. Louis Fifth Row: NOLAN A. LADNER ............................ Bay St. Louis PHYSICAL EDUCATION LIND WOOD LANDERS ..................... ..... W oodville ELEMENTARY EDUCATION DORIS ANN LADNIER .............................. Gulfport BUSINESS EDUCATION: Secretary, President, Phi Beta Lambda: Dorm Monitor: House Council. HELEN KLEIN LANDRUM ..................... .... L aurel PSYCHOLOGY Sixth Row: MARSHA LANDRUM .............. .... La urel ENGLISH LINDA GAIL LANGSFORD ...............,......... Carthage BUSINESS EDUCATION ALAN EDWARD LaROSE ..................., New Orleans. La. FINANCE BO-NITA GAIL LATHAM ......................,..... Holcomb HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Seventh Row: TERESA LOUISE LAWRENCE ......... ...... B iloxi ACCOUNTING MILDRED IRENE LAWSON .................. .... G illsburg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION JOHN E. LAZENBY ................................... Mobile ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, GUIDANCE: .X'l'Q: Senator: MIC Delegate: Treasurer, Alpha Tau Omega Pledge Class: Business Manager of Drawlg Sophomore Class President: MIC Delegate, SUSGA Delegate: Yellowjacket: Westminister Fellowship: Rush Chairman, President: Treasurer, Alpha Tau Omega: Secretary, President of Senate, IFC Palgliamentarian, Homecoming Escort: roc or. M. CHRISTINE LEE .................................. Gulfport ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Eighth Row: CHUN-MIN LEE ................,...... ...Glen Head, N.Y. MATHEMATICS RUTH JEAN LEEN ,................................. KoKoMo EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL BSTUDIES: Executive Council of SU. L. MARION LEGGETT .............................. Seminary MUSIC EDUCATION: Mu Phi Epsilon: University Singers: Opera Workshop: Dean's List: Summer Music Theatre. DARLEEN ANN LQMAY ..............................., Biloxi RECREATION: Secretary, USM Recreation Association. , 307 Seniors First Row: DON LEWIS LEUBA ....................... ...... M oss Point GERMAN BARBARA ANNE LEWIS ............................ Bogalusa JOURNALISM: Xtl: Social Chairman, Activities Chairman, Chl Omega: SCOPE Committee: Wire Editor, Student Prmtz. I RICHARD FRANK LEWIS .............................. Union COMMERCIAL ART BECKY LYNN LIGHTSEY ........................ Pascagoula Second Row: HOM.E ECONOMICS EDUCATION LINDA HARRIET LIGHTSEY .................. ..... La urel SPANISH CURTIS VAN LIMERICK ............................. Dekalb IVEEDICAL TECHNOLOGY-BIOLOGY CARROLL THOMAS LITTLE ......................... Corinth FINANCE: Freshman Class President: Dean's List: Class Senator: Collegiate Civitan Club: Young Democrats. KENNETH EDWARD LITTON, JR. ............ Tuscaloosa, Ala. ACCOUNTING: Correspondent Secretary, Vice-President, Delta Sigma Pi: BFC Representative Alpha Epsilon Alpha: President ' ' Ba tist Student Union' Deans Collegiate Civitan: Treasurer p List: Outstanding Pledge Delta Sigma Pi. 'Ihird Row: HISTORY: Ilil' President Vice-President Phi Kappa Tau: Omega: Secretary, I.F.C.: Co-Chairman SCOPE: Scabbard and Blade' Distinguished Military Student. SANDRA RAY LOFTON .......................... Brookhaven , W as if 4 WAYNE ALVIN LOCHBAUM ................ Gettysburg, Pa. ' MICROBIOLOGY LELAND R. LORNAG ...................... New Orleans, La. FINANCE: Chancellor, Delta Sigma Pi: Business Fraternity Council. HOWARD A. LOTT ............................... Hattiesburg Fourth Row: INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY LARRY H. LOTT ...................... ..... P erkinston MATHEMATICS RONALD JAMES LOUVIERE ......... .... H attiesburg MARKETING MRS. JOSEPHINE MCCOOK LOW ........... ..... L aurel ELEMENTARY EDUCATION LOUIS LOWE ................................ .... P ensacola BIOLOGY Fifth Row: QUIN COLLIER LOWREY ........................ Bastrop, La. MARKETING: Delta Sigma Pi. DONALD RAY LUCKIE .......................... Mobile, Ala. CHEIVHSTRY: 'lVliT. ADA COLE LUCY ....................... .... H attiesburg ENGLISH GARY LEE LUKENS .................. .,.. H attiesburg MARKETING Sixth Row: ......Biloxi VINCENT LuPO .................................. GENERAL BUSINESS ......Biloxi FRANK RICHARD LUSK ........................ INDUSTRIAL ARTS: Dea.n's List: President List: ROTC Aca- demic Ribbons: American Legion Award: Academic Junior ROTC Award: Vice-President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DON ROSE MACDONALD .................. Memphis, Tenn. MANAGEMENT: SAE: M-Club: Rho Eta Sigma. PEGGY MALONE .................................... Gulfport Seventh Row: CLOTHING MERCHANDISE: Al-TA. DONA MARIE MANGANO .......................... Gulfport HISTORY: Dean's List. KRISTINE M. MANGOLD .... . ................ Mason City, Ill. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Dea.n's List: University Singers: USM Marching Band: Concert Band: Orchestra: Tau Beta Sigma: Opera Workshop: SNEA, Vice-President: Miss Southern Pageant. JIMMIE CLYDE MANGUM .......................... Jackson IVIANAGEMTENT RONALD PETER MANLEY ...................... Rutland, Vt. Eighth Row: POLI'I'ICAL SCIENCE: ATU. SARANTOS JOHN MANOS .................. Stamford, Conn. PSYCHOLOGY JOHN RICHARD MAPP ........,...... ..,........ L aurel ZOOLOGY BETTYE ANN MARKETTA .................... Ocean Springs ACCOUNTING ROBERT ESTA MARLOW ............................. Natchez PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4' Q.. iw- 1 w 41 5,3 f X ,I I' 4 fad in Al.. ,Av J , . N., My i r sr- 6 is . on , T ' ff- . f wi. N if. if . 'H - fag IQ' Y. , fr I if Nw-f Wfrrv-ae 43" A If K .0 ,... 1 ,ff f ' f 71 'wr ll Z I 5 f J I 'Gs J 4"-ILS 02"-."5.., C92 4 1 , ,dxf I Z .'l vs, f .Ma few 'f ' in 2 3 hr "1 P' -v' f if, KW iff! 1. 4 ,sez Y 2- A-KLA , . 5 if ,. A Z Z 3 . . K QI x ti f f 1 f I ' X Z f ff? f X Z 5 .wwf X it if is -11" .. 1 4-' W' ww 1-lim. -'vw W wr , . h is . .. .f 404, . . "f':'3r'l ! ., f f f 1 7 f f ff' X I fm s 4 , g 6 4' We It 3 af " ' X.. I I' 4 if sf' J , ' -:alia I , nun , '- :rms li A A Q vnuuxnsili P ' First Row: ETNA DALE MARTIN ....................,....... Hattiesburg MATHEMATICS: Alpha Lambda Delta: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Freshman Wornen's Award. JAMES CLARENCE MARTIN ........................ Natchez MANAGEMENT: Society Advancement of Management. FREDERICK SHELBY MARX .............,... Mississippi City INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT: Pen and Sword. WILLIAM DOUGLAS MASON ..............,..... Mobile, Ala. AUDIOLOGY Second Row: IRA RUGH MASSENGALE ................ . . .Collins 4 HOIVIE ECONOMICS WILLIAM DALE MASSEY ..............,. ...... P urvis CHEIVIISTRY REBECCA MASSEY ................................ Carthage ELEMENTARY EDUCATION BEN B. MATHEWS ........,................. New Orleans, La. MARKETING: KA: Delta Sigma Pi: Senator: Dean's List. Third Row: GEORGE LOUIE MATHIS ........................ Bay Springs ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTINGC Rho EDSil0I1 FRANK PETER MATULICH ....................... Columbia IVIARKETING: KX LESLIE JUDITH MAUGLATHIN ..,................. Brandon CLOTHING IVIERCHANDISE JUDY KAYE MAUPIN ...................... New Orleans, La. PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Dixie Darlirlgs. Fourth Row: PATRICIA M. MAY ...................... ....... M eridian LIBRARY SCIENCE RICHARD S. MCBROOM ................. ..... F airhope, Ala. PHYSICS BRIAN PATRICK MCCABE .........,.............,.. Gulfport GEOLOGY: President, Geololgty Club: Pipe Sgt.. USM Pipe Band. anger. MACK GREGORY MCCAFFREY ..................,. Monticello ACCOUNTING: PreSident's List. Fifth Row: JAMES VERNON MCCARDLE ............,............. Petal COMPUTER SCIENCE: Scabbard Sz Blade: Dean's List: ROTC Scholastic B Ribbon. JOHN EDWARD MCCARTY ........................... Laurel GEOLOGY: EN: Cheerleader: Senator: Attorney General of SGA: Freshman Class Favorite: Treasurer, Historian, Vice- President of Circle K Club: Canterbury Club: Southern Generals Drill Team: Pershing Rifles: Lt. Commander, Sigma Nu Pledge Class: Rush Chairman, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary, Sigma Nu: Assistant Proctor: Scott Hall Judicial Com- mittee: Cabinet member, SGA: Yellowjackets: Committee of 100: Delegate to SCOPE X: Delegate to MIC: Executive Committee, SCOPE XI: SOUTHBRNI-:R StaJ7. ROBERT MILO MCCARTHY .................. New Orleans, La. M Club. CAROLYN LOUISE McCAUGHAN ........ .......... M Orton SPECIAL EDUCATION Sixth Row: PAUL HARDEN McCLELLAN ............... ..... La ul-el ACCOUNTING LYNDA ANN McCONNELL Gulfport SOCIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY GAIL ELIZABETH MCCOY ....................... Hattiesburg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Dean'S List MARY PAULINE MCCOY ............................... Terry . , ,,, HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 1-s sfi, I ' E M ' I fii? ' Seventh Row: D 2-Y ..., EMMA JANET MCCURDIE .......,................ Hsiiiesbiii-is 4 '. X M ART EDUCATION: xc: SNEAQ BSU " , Q-,Y ,. JOHN ROBERT MCCUTCHON ...................... Waveland I W .- PSYCHOLOGY L. A f Q THOMAS F. MCDANIEL ............................ Columbia ' ACCOUNTING: liz: AEA. I A CECILY M. MCDONALD .......,........,............. Laurel I A f BUSINESS TEACHER EDUCATION: Pi Omega Pig Dean's List. I ,gm Eighth Row: .ff MARGUERITTE ELLEN MCDONNELL .... ....... Ha ttiesburg V EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL STUDIES: llll-lf: phi chi fi-hers. an I 73 2 I 7,4 I GREG VAUGHN MCDOUGALL ................. 1. . .Magnolia I -5:-,. : kv 5 , A INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT y ' 'V .,,,,,, ' sig ""' ELIZABETH KAROL MCDOWELL .................. Columbia X . P .A ., X ..,, - , , V ENGLISH ' W. ... ,Q , IWANA MCGEE ............................... . . . . . . .Brandon Maw A 4 ! I f x PHYSICAL EDUCATION: All star Basketball and Volleyball in , I, ' Intramurals: HPER Club: BsU. 309 l la Seniors First Row: ARTHUR WILLIAM MCGOWEN ........ IVIICROBIOLOGY LINDA CAMILK MCGUFFEE ........... ENGLISH JULIUS BARON MCILWAIN .,...... BIOLOGY THELMA G. McKAY ......,............ SPEECH PATHOLOGY ' ' ' Second Row: DONALD STEVENSON MQKENZIE PSYCHOLOGY FRANKLIN COOPER MCKENZIE, JR. . . . POLITICAL SCIENCE CHARLES ALBERT MCLEAN .......... MARKETING: 'I-KT: Social Chairman, Vice-Preside Phi Kappa Tau GLORIA ANNE MCLEOD ................ HISTORY Third Row: Pensacola, Fla. . . . . . .Gulfport . . . .Pascagoula ......Sidon . . . .Handsboro .......Laurel . . .Mobile, Ala. nt, President, . ......... Brassfield THoMAs RoY MCLELLAN ...,. ..... .......... M i ssissippi City HISTORY: -l'li'l': Scabbard and Blade: Distinguished Military Student: SCOPE X: Vice-President, Scholarship Chairman, Chaplain, Phi Kappa Tau. DIANNE CAROL MCLEMORE ..................... West Point SOCIOLOGY: SGA Election Commission: UAC: SOUTHERNER Statf: University Chorus: Dormitory Oiiicer: Committee of Fifty: Senate Page. BRENT EDWIN MCMAHAN ....................... Hattiesburg POLITICAL SCIENCE,: Distinguished Military Student. LYNN BRYCE MCMAHAN ........................ Hattiesburg PRE-MED: KA: Athletic Chairman, Kappa Alpha: Circle K: President's List: Dean's List: Alpha Epsilon Delta President: Secretary, Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: HORACE WHEELER MCNEAL .............. Baton Rouge, La. FINANCE: EN. PATRICK H. MCNULTY, JR. . ......... ........ P ine Bluff, Ark. ACCOUNTING: Pi Kappa Phi: Dean's List: President's List: Alpha Epsilon Alpha. CHARLOTTE ANN MCQUEEN ....................... Gulfport ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: AEA. MARIETTA JANE MCRAE ........................ Waynesboro HOME ECONOIVIICS EDUCATION: Vice-Moderator, West- minster Fellowship. Fifth Row: ARTHUR PAUL MEACHAM .........,........ ..... M eridian ELEMENTARY EDUCATION MELVIN D. MEEK ................................ Heidelberg GEOLOGY DOROTHY ANN MENNELL ...................... Hattiesburg ENGLISH: IIA: SCOPE VIII: UAC: Westminster Fellowship: Panhellenic Council WAYNE MERRITT .......................... Casselberry, Fla. PSYCHOLOGY: Psi Chi: Scabbard 8: Blade. Sixth Row: JOHN EDWARD MIKELL .......... INANCE . . . .Foxworth F HAROLD LEON MILLER .................... .... M obile, Ala. POLITICAL SCIENCE: AKT. MARILYN MARIE MILLER ........................ Vicksburg ENGLISH: XQ: Model Pledge, Pledge Secretary, Pledge Trainer, President, Chi Omega: Senate President Pro Tempore: Sopho- ' P 'dent's Advisory Board: Secre more Senator, Senate Page: resi . - tary of Publicity: Secretary of Calendars Kr Conventions: MIC Delegate: SUSGA Delegate: SCOPE: SCOPE Secretary: Vice- President, Student Christian Federation: Committee of 100: Women's Aifairs Board: Vice-President, Mississippi I-Iall: Out- standing Freshman Woman: Yellowjacket Outstanding Fresh- man' Pi Tau Chi: Lambda Iota Tau: President's List: Dean's List. PAULA 'CECILE MILLER ..,....................... Woodville ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Seventh Row: SANDRA LYNN MILLER ................ ...... C ollins LIBRARY SCIENCE MICHELLE M. MILLET ........................... Long Beach ELEMENTARY EDUCATION GLEN MICHAEL MILTON .,........................ McComb BIOLOGY AND PRE-DENTAL CHERYL THERESA MITCHELL ................ Pass Christian BUSINESS EDUCATION: SlVl'EA: Dean's List. Eighth Row: WILLIAM JOSEPH MITCHELL ................ Ocean Springs PSYCHOLOGY: Psi Chi. PAMELA A. MOLAISON Metairie, La. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: All-Star Volleyball: Badminton Championship: HPER Club: Outstanding Athlete in Women's Intramurals. JAMES GEORGE MONSOUR ....................... Vicksburg MARKETING: Pi Sigma Epsilon. BRYANT CHARLES MONTIGNY ............ Southridge, Mass. RECREATIONAL ADMINISTRATION: Recreation Club: Recrea- tion Sportsmanship Award: Newman Club. , , A f ,M I Y f f S wife 4... F f . 'Q' X425 , T 1 L f 2 X ,.... I-fra' 172 H K A R4 f 47 X W , - 0 . -lv' ' 4014.6 If L if if X ,349 e ,f , gf Q .I A , , 'Z QA f 9 24: : X' ...... eh. I 's-. at 4 sf ,a s .. WN N -u vi '49, I . 9 if M in Af tk ' ffl A 'fo if X' ,ir i :QV s Wx Y H AW W lb w , 'H W- S- "3 . it ami X ,'::s- E i: .. ,w F-- i B , ,. A I X f X665 21 A? gf ., I7 wt' . 2 , gy. f V . A " U, . ze VN! I' 1 . it A ' Md -1.. '95 i . 3 . x , Q' ' 4 f 1 y- . ' o 3. Wi t 1 I tw? if J M. F, ' - 4. ' it 4 'P' in , 1 13 gywnqy K , x ,Af .A I l I . 1 I u I 1 i i I K. vi? ' ' , ,, Wy fit, E YE kk , X I ff "vw ,,,, M A I ik - Q ,Z ,WX 1 L ' ,Ah f ' ,gfw f-e 1 N ik f hawk . Z iff. sf-465 4 , ft . f if .Q :V .- ' "2 fit- be U ' s ,X 4 Ph ". t 2 '13:.g:z: -wswf ' 7 1 25211 ,.,. .vywsxs fund, 'WT W9 flu ' V Q' .V . 121 2" IW t 4 1 I R. ' S Q 'fin' V I .i , , hifi g, , t f ,. 4 V A lf' ' I its ww qv Mai, K 6 f ty t ,.., may 'fi ,A f , I p 2 2 1 10' 'S 3 .t . ' 4 .1 2.542222 '. f' YWN ll First Row: MICHAEL H. MOORE ....................... .... M obile, Ala. POLITICAL SCIENCE BETTY FAYE MORGAN ....................... .... L ucedale SPIEECH EDUCATION: SMEA. WILLIAM AUBREY MORROW ...................... Jackson PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: K.-X: House Manager, Kappa Alpha: IFC: Delta Sigma Pi: Society for the Advancement of Management MARIE ESTHER MORTON ..................... Arcadia, Fla. MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Second Row: PATRICIA ANN MORTON ................... . . .Jackson ELEMENTARY EDUCATION LINDA FAYE MOSELEY ...................... ....... C lara ELEMENTARY EDUCATION JANIE LOU MOSES ................................ Lexington ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: SMEA1 Dean's List. DIANE LOUISE MOSLEY .......................... Vicksburg BUSINESS EDUCATION: Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Beta Lambda: Baptist Student Union: UAC: Secretary, Pi Omega Pi: Phi Chi Theta: Dean's List: President's List. Third Row: RETHA GAYLE MOSLEY .................. .... D aleville ELEMENTARY EDUCATION PATRICIA ANN MOSS ................,.......... ..... S oso SPECIAL EDUCATION J ERRYE LYNN MURFF .............................. Jackson ECONOMICS: Omicron Delta Epsilon: Officer, Baptist Student Union: Executive Committee Member of Mississippi Baptist Student Convention: Dean's List. PATRICIA EILEEN MURPHY ........................ Natchez ENGLISH Fourth Row: IRENE MURRAY .................................... Gulfport SPANISH: Dean's List: President's List: Alpha Lambda Delta: P1 Delta Phi: Sigma Delta Pi: Vice-President, President Pan American Student Association: Treasurer, Intemational Student Organization: Scholarship to study at National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico, D. F. JEFFREY ALLAN MURRAY ....................,...... Biloxi MARINE BIOLOGY: IIKA Dean's List: President. UAC: Scholar- ship Chairman, Pi Kappa Alpha: Arrow Man. BOBBY RAY MYERS .................................. Magee ACCOUNTING: Alpha Epsilon Alpha. MARTHA ANN MYRICK ....................... Ocean Springs GENERAL BUSINESS Fifth Row: BETTY ANNE NAZARY ............................ Carthage ENGLISH: Lambda Iota Tau: Dean's List. CECELIA MARIE NEFF .......................... Utica, N.Y. FRENCH: Dean's List: Le Cercle Francais. WILLIAM RILEY NELSON ..................,...... Vicksburg HISTORY AND SOCIOLOGY: EN: Vice-President, UAC: Dean's List: President's List: Vice-President, Treasurer, Circle K: Publicity Chairman, UAC: Recorder, House Manager, Pledge Class Secretary-Treasurer, Sigma Nu: Pi Gamma Mu. EMILY ANNE NEWMAN ........................,. Pascagoula Sixth Row: JAMES DOUGLAS NEWMAN ........................ Jackson MATHEMATICS: Dean's List. SCIENCE EDUCATION AND BIOLOGY KENNETH ALEXANDER NEWMAN .............. Greenville POLITICAL SCIENCE: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Marching Band: Concert Band: Southem Players: Young Democrats. SHARONE ELIZABETH NEWMAN ................ Greenville SOCIOLOGY: Dean's List: President's List: Pi Gamma Mu. FRANCES GAYLE NIMOCKS .................... Hattiesburg ENGLISH: XS2: Second Vice-President, SGA: President, Wom- en's Affairs Board: President, Student Christian Federation: Pledge Class President, Secretary, Chi Omega: President, Druids: Vice-President, Alpha Lambda Delta: Historian, Phi Delta Rho: Vice-President, Phi Kappa Phi: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Tau Chi: Freshman Counselor: Member of Student-Faculty Committee on Campus Problems: President's Advisory Board: Junior Senator: Lambda Iota Tau: SCOPE Delegate: MIC Dele- gate: SUSGA Delegate: State Treasurer. Student Christian Federation: Co-editor, Drawl: Editor. Miss Southern: Committee of 100: Committee of 50: President's List: Dean's List. Seventh Row: JOY CAROL NIXON .............................. Hattiesburg ELEMIENTARY EDUCATION LENOIR LOW NOBLES .............................. Tunica SPEECH PATHOLOGY: Freshman Counselor: President's List: Dean's List: Pi Kappa Pi: Baptist Student Union: Sigma Alpha Eta: Young Republicans: Sigma Tau Delta: Student Christian Federation: Theatre Guild: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. RONNIE C. NORSWORTHY ................. Bay Minette, Ala. BIOLOGY F. ADAM NORWOOD .... .......................... P ascagoula Eighth Row: MARTHA LYNNE O BANNON ........................ Jackson PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: SMEA2 Dean's Dist. BRENDA KAY OGLETREE .......................... McComb ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: XQ. LINDA KATE OGLETREE ...................... .... M cComb ELEMIENTARY EDUCATION 2 XII. RICHARD G. O'MAR .......................... .... G ulfport GENERAL BUSINESS Seniors First Row: ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: IM, u A ROBERT E. OWEN ................................ Hattiesburg GEOGRAPHY iffy W 9 lk' 1 gf' l . . . . if wr 1 . if 0 CYNTHIA SUE OVERBEY ..,............. Vlfglflla Beach, Va. I' 'V :?5i"" , E frm,-f ,ff f 1 I 2, CANDACE BRANNON OZERDEN .......... Montgomery, Ala. SOCIOLOGY: Phi Ganuna Mu. CAROLYN PACE ...................................... Canton EDUCATION Second Row: SHIRLEY ANN PAGE ............................. Hazlehurst ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONQS5-udent National Education Asso- cia Ion. CONNIE BETH PALMER , ................... Crystal Springs ELElVl'ENTARY EDUCATION: Dean's List. LEWIS ANTHONY PALUMBO ....................... McComb MARKETING: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Dean's List: President's List. JOHN S. PARDEE ......................... St. Petersburg, Fla. MARKETING1 Z1 .l lil. 'Third Row: HENRY P. PARKER ............................. ...... B iloxi INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT KATHRYN ANN PARKER .......................... Ellisville ENGLISH: Dean's List. MICHAEL WAYNE PARKER .......................... Laurel MARKETING: SAIC: President, Warden, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Vice-President, Rush Chairman, Inter-Fraternity Council: Ad- visor, Junior Inter-Fraternity Council: Men's Affairs Board: Delegate, Southeastern Inter-Fraternity Council: Delegate, NIC, Delegate, SCOPE: Milton's Ltd. College Board: Chief Justice, Inter-Fraternity Court. W. ALEX PARKS .................................. Enterprise MARKETING Fourth Row: GEORGE MARTIN PARTLOW ............ ..... L aurel SPECIAL EDUCATION PETER MICHAEL PATANO ............... .... M oss Point ACCOUNTING JACQUELINE PATRICK ..................... ..... La urel BUSINESS EDUCATION ROY AUSTIN PATRICK ......................... .... F orest ACCOUNTING: Alpha Epsilon Alpha. Fifth Row: RICHARD GLEN PATTERSON ........................ Forest PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT SUSAN TREMLET PATTERSON ................ Fairhope, Ala. HISTORY: Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Alpha Theta: Dean's List: Presidents List. HOWARD KENNETH PATTON .................. New Hebron HISTORY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION WILLIAM BYRON PATTON Sardis SECONDARY EDUCATION Sixth Row: EDDIE TALBOT PAYNE .............................. Biloxi MATHEMATICE: KE: Senior Class Favorite: President, Geology Club: Young Republicans: Proctor, Rho Eta Sigma. ELLW YN EUGENE PEALE ........................... Natchez ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Dean's List: Student National Education Association. DAVID E. PEARCE ............................... Mobile, Ala. INDUSTRIAL AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT JOHN HENRY PELT ......................... , .Pensacola, Fla. FINANCE Seventh Row: WALTER THOMAS PENNINGTON ............ .... G ulfport MARKETING: Phi Sigma Epsilon. WINK PERESICH ...................................... Biloxi ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Dixie Darlings: Newman Club. THOMAS DEEDRY PETERMAN ...................... Lyman COMPUTER SCIENCE AND STATISTICS NATALIE MARIE PETERS ........................... Jackson FINANCE: lII4'l': Scholarship Chairman, Pi Beta Phi. 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ACCOUNTING: Secretary-Treasurer, Business Fraternity Coun- ,- , ,J R. 18- X 4 - 7' " cil: Alpha Epsilon Alpha: Vice-President, Phi Chi Theta: Dean's T ,Q . " Y ' . List: Sweetheart, Acacia. A 53, JAMIE LYNN PITTMAN ...,........................ Jackson I ii . ELEMENTARY EDUCATION X K 4 gg: , I1 f Q P ' mx rl ' 'gt 'M' it , . . If A ' ' f , HLA ,S 'Q .i K6 1' 1 V7 'P ,M f xin, """ ' I J il., inw- ' V - ' bg, "Z - 'L fr' we . , , . X E F of ,A I J' 'nfl ww, I it f , 'V I.. ' - , -I . I.. vgu, . I .,,.:2,5i gi I ,W X v l' . 1 X .Q 1 f 'Q f ijt.. im. . 1 . A , V, .,,,, V 'gg I . .. ' ' W fi ft 7 M JZ 'I W 2 Q if 4' 9 , n ' f.-'-it-I . g i . ' , 'affair' 'i M - on War"-I 61' ' 3 J. 2' - ..1's--few M s MI, .Q -mf ' ,- f- .4 'aw 4.4. lv yy i sw Q. J I 4q9Mq',3 RW' M557 I in .4 wx.,-I, ame,f.,1, 'Y' 4 ,fluff if ,4 V, I az ff' 'N ef 5 f ,14 . ...C Wwg wwf f f .-,631 . 7 x. J 'Y :fr if . - I fi A., ' I 0 J. , , ,. X . Q .W .,., , Y YM.. l ' -' s -zz, if A i ' I .if A gk I .,., . . "" ' ' -,J l I l I 3 'W' h First Row: AUTHER ROY PITTS .................... .... S turgis COIVIIVIERCIAL ART TOMMIE JEWEL PITTS ............................... Laurel SOCIOLOGY: Sociology Club: Social Chairman, Baptist Student Union: Dormitory Monitor, LEONARD EARL PLITT ..........................,, Woodville HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION JEANIE LYLE POLLARD ........................,... Gulfport ORGAN: Mu Phi Epsilon. Second Row: ANTHONY WOMACK POLLARD ....... ......... G ulfport PSYCHOLOGY KATHI POOLE ................................ Ocean Springs ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Kappa Delta Pi: Student National Education Association: Baptist Student Union, . MEDORA FAYE POOLE ..........,................ Columbia MARKETING: KA: Phi Chi Theta: Rush Counselor, Appointive Oilticer, Kappa Delta: Top Ten Best Dressed: Panhellenic Coun- cil: Dormitory Officer. WILLIAM JOSEPH POORE ............ ............. T unica EDUCATION Third Row: BONNEY MARKETTE POREMSKI .............. Ocean Springs ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ' JAMES SLATER PORTER ................ .... P icayune POLITICAL SCIENCE JAMES BARROWS PORTWOOD . .,....... .... G ulfport PSYCHOLOGY: 'l'At-5 BARBARA ANN POWELL .............. .... G ulfport ACCOUNTING Fourth Row: PATRICIA E. PRESCOTT .................... Memphis. Tenn. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: AEA: Corresponding Secretary, Alpha Sigma Alpha. WILLIAM OTIS PRESLEY .......................... Louisville INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY CLARE LYNDA PRICE ...................................... JOURNALISM: Illi-l': Baptist Student Union: Dean's List: Com- mittee of 100: President, Phi Chi Theta: Vice-President, Pi Beta Phi: Publicity Chairman, University Activities Council: Society Editor, Student Print: ROLAND WARD PRINGLE, JR. ........................ Biloxi STATISTICS Fifth Row: ALBERT LYNN PULLIAM .................. .... E llisville INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY JEAN QUESENBERRY ............................... Grenada ENGLISH: AAA: President of Pledge Class, Delta Delta Delta: Brigade Sponsor of ROTC: Hattiesburg Youth of Week. CYNTHIA FLORA RAHAIM ........................... Laurel RECREATION: Pulley House Council. A. W. RAINES ................................ Eight Mile, Ala. MANAGEMENT Sixth Row: JOSE AURELIO RAMOS Santurce, Puerta Rico PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: Pen and Sword. SUSAN EILEEN RAMSEY .......................... Greenville SPANISH: Secretary, Sigrna Delta Pi: University Dancers: Historian, Southern Players: Dean's List: Dormitory Officer. HENRY JOSEPH RANDAZZO .................. ........ B iloxi STATISTICS: KI: President, Omicron Delta Kappa: President, Association of Computing Machinery: President, Yellowjackets: Vice-President, Junior Class: Chief Justice, Student Court: Vice- President, Kappa Mu Epsilon: Treasurer, Kappa Sigma: Dis- tinguished Military Student: Pi Tau Chi: Rho Eta Sigma. WANDA FLORENCE RATCLIFF .................... Natchez ENGLISH: Baptist Student Union. Seventh Row: JUDY LYNN RAY ...............,.... .... M onticello SOCIOLOGY WARREN HAYNES REDDEN ........ .... G ulfport ACCOUNTING HUGH CURRY REDHEAD .......................... Woodville POLITICAL SCIENCE JERRY RAY REED .... .... ............................. U t ica ECONOMICS: Varsity Cheerleader: Yellowjackets: Alpha Epsi- lon Alpha: Secretary, Correspondent, Delta Sigma Pi: Treasurer, Student Government Association: Parliamentarian, Collegiate Civitan. Eighth Row: MARTHA ELIZABETH REID ................ . . .Heidelberg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION JOHN PHILLIP RENOT ...................... . . .Wiggins INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY CAROLYN ANN REYNOLDS ................ . . .Laurel BIOLOGY: AAA LINDA ORENE RHOADES ................... ,... M ericlian ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 313 I Seniors I :. : 1i6.,5,L7 First Row: " - 'gi fr-A CHARLEY E. RHODES, II .................,.... Bay St. Louis it Ri- i A-in , REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE: Rho Epsilon. ' V NAZ LOUIS RHODES ............................ Mendenhall . "': . MUSIC EDUCATION: Symphonic Band: Secretary, Kappa Kappa f , W ' , Psi: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: President, Band: Brass Choir: , , sf? Drillmaster, Marching Band. AUM., , , ' CAROLYN JO RICE ...................... St. Petersburg, Fla. aff 'Q LIBRARY SCIENCE X THOMAS RAYMOND RICE .................... Prichard, Ala. , COIVEPUTER SCIENCE AND STATISTICS Second Row: 1' ELIZABETH M. RICHARD .......... ..... J acl-:son Z BIOLOGY k Z W :f I BETTYE ANN RICHARDSON ......................... J I . H ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ac Son MICKY GWYNN RIGBY ..................... Walnut Hill, Fla. 14, SPEECH EDUCATION: E-lflil: Counselor: Dean's List: Orierita- j.,'3,jf31f3 A t Pl B st A mr, lVIinor Role, 3 'for h tion Leader. OfIicer, Sou hem ayersg e c Summer Stock: Delta Psi Omega: Junior Inter-Fraternity Council. CONNIE LOU RILEY ................................. Jackson SOCIOLOGY: XQ: Committee of 100: President, Student Chris- tion Federation: Annual Staff: Pi Tau Chi: Counselor: Presi- dent's Advisory Board: Intramurals 81 Spirit Chairman, Chi Omega: Sociology Club. 'Ihird Row: MARY MARTHA RILEY ........................... Montlcello EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL STUDIES: Mu Phi Epsilon: Tau Beta Epsilon: Alpha Lambda Delta: Druids: Symphonic Wind Ensemble: Marching Band: Dean's List. REBECCA ANN RIVERS .............................. Union ELEMENTARY EDUCATION JUDY FLOYD ROBBINS .......................... Poplarville ENGLISH: AV. MARTHA ELAINE ROBBINS ............... Birmingham, Ala. ENGLISH: Officer, Dixie Darlings: Dean's List. Fourth Row: PHYLLIS ROBERSON ............................. Tylertown ELEMENTARY EDUCATION - GLENDA ROBERTS .................................. Richton ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Deans List. JANICE CAROLYN ROBERTS ..................... Vancleave ELEMENTARY EDUCATION RENEE JOYCE ROBERTS ................... .... W iggins BUSINESS EDUCATION: AAA Fifth Row: Anlzy . 'I JOE ALLAN ROBICHAUX , .B0ga1usa, La. A1" 2 4 A MANAGEMENT . J MARY ALICE ROBERTSON ...................... Hattiesburg i BUSINESS EDUCATION: Dean's List: Alpha Lambda Delta: ,, f f' Treasurer, Pi Omega Pi. LARRY EUGENE ROBINSON ....................... Ellisville MANAGEMENT SHERRILL MICHELE ROBINSON .................. Meridian MATHEMATICS AND ELEMENTARY EDUCATION K' Q Q f f Sixth Row: Y A NORMAN LeROY ROCHE ...................... Bogalusa, La. fi W ' INDUSTRIAL AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT . 'ug I M FRANCES ELENA RODENBOUGH . . Clark Air Base, , ' I Philippines I HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION: AEA: University Activity fiz,,,,."' Council: Annual Staff: Home Economics Club. ' FAYE JUDITH RODNEY ............. Greenville ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Dean S List MARY E. ROE ...................... 3 ........... Q .... Meridian I, CHILD DEVELOPMENT Seventh Row: HARRY MARTIN ROGAN .............. ..... H andsboro EDUCATION HAROLD LINUS ROGERS, JR. ............ ...... B iloxi INDUSTRIAL ARTS W, JAMES ROY ROGERS .................. ....... E llisville S.. ,f HISTORY MYRON WAYNE ROGERS .............. ..... M obile, Ala. MANAGEMENT Eighth Row: DONALD JAMES ROHAN ..................... Pensacola, Fla. A COMPUTER SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS: Dean's List: Head ,43i4is?2iAi Resident, Scott Hall: Social Chairman, Rho Eta Sigma. ROBLYN HURST ROLLINGS ..................... HattieSburg I ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Dean's List: Student National .f ,, , Education Association. 1 . ' A ' EDWARD BENSON ROPER ........................ Escatawpa f if ' RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY, AND ENGLISH: Phi Eta Sigma: , 'I' xydff Pi Gamma Mu: Phi Kappa Phg, Ligmbda Iota Tau: Contemporary ' M ' ta . f HENRY RONALD ROPER ...................... Pensacola, Fla. ' I FINANCE I ' Li 314 ., ,A ., I i .1 lf, MK , 1 Q f lk I ! . 'gc , mi I If we 45:3 if ,, gif f . .,, 5 :Ziyi-I ' 1 'mt 'f 'R 1' Y f , 1 K1 I "- f ' ' ,t ,. :yur - 4 fi'igff't5.s i"3-lgtzfil ' fl! 1' Q61 ZENITH RICKEY ROSE ..,.. Biloxi PATRICIA M ROSE ...Pascagoula ELEMENTARY EDUCATION X l Deans List. ROBERT LYNN ROSE .... Duck Hill RICHARD ALLEN ROSHTO Columbia, S.C. POLITICAL SCIENCE P1 Gamma Mu Alpha Gamma Rhog University Singers and Chorus International Relations Clubg . . . . .Meridian . . . . .Petal RETAIL MANAGEMENT Pi sigma Epsilon Circle k Club. . . . .Tylertown . . . .Tylertown CLIFFORD SMITH RUSSELL III Mississippi City FINANCE Deans List P1 Gamma Mu MARY KATHRYN RUSSELL .... Columbia ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Tau Beta Sigma Dean's List. . . . . .Picayune . .Brookhaven . .Hattiesburg Federationg Bogalusa, La. Tampa, Fla. ROBERTO SALINAS Eagle Pass, Tex. MANAGEIVIENT Deans List Secretary Treasurer President. Pen and Sword Society for the Advancement of Management. DOUGLAS LYNN SALLEY ..Port Gibson FINANCE JANET J SALLEY ..Hermanville MELIN A AUGUSTA SAMPLE .... Lexington MATHEMATICS Vice President Kappa Mu Epsilong Province Officer National Commission Newman Club Dean's List. JEWEL DEAN SANDERFORD ..... Shannon IRIS DRUSILLA SANDERS ..Harperville ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Deans List. PHILLIPS WAYNE SANDERS . . .Pascagoula TOM K SANDERS ....... Marks COMMUNICATIONS ll Piesldent Pledge Trainer, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Secretary Treasurer Order of Omega: Public Relations Coordinator Southeastern Inter Fraternity Council: Editor Southeastern Inter Fraternity Council Communicator: Inter Fraternity Judiciary Council BARBARA JANICE SANFORD .... Seminary CHEMISTRY Secretary American Chemical Society, Student PAUL FRANCIS SARRAZIN .Leeds, Mass. LINDA L SAVELL .Philadelphia AUGUST JOSEPH SCAFIDI JR Bay St. Louis RUSSELL EDWARD SCHNEIDER . . .Pascagoula JOHN C SCHREINER Atlantic City, N.J. GILBERT DAVID SCOTT Mississippi City GWEN WARREN SEAL . . .Tylertown GLENDA KAY SESSIONS . .Centreville Seniors First Row: RODNEY HAYWARD SESSIONS Signal Mountain, Tenn. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Distinguished Military Student. PETER JENS SEYD ................... Cali, Colombia, So. Am. CHENIISTRY: Dean's List. JUNE CAROL SHARP ................................ Jackson CLOTHING-MERCHANDISING NED OSBORN SHAW ............................. Pascagoula INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT: Society for the Advancement of Management. Second Row: TWILA JO SI-IELDON ............................. Pascagoula HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION DIANNE F. SHEPHERD ........,.................. Pascagoula MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY DON L. SHEILDS .............................. Prichard, Ala. ACCOUNTING: Treasurer, Alpha Epsilon Alpha. DENNY GEORGE SHOWS ............................ Laurel PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: Delta Sigma Pi. Third Row: FRANKIE BRYANT SHOWS ...................... Hattiesburg MATHEMATICS: Kappa Mu Epsilon. JAMES F. SHOWS .............................. Pass Christian MARKETING: Vice-President, Pi Sigma Epsilon: Business Fra- ternity Council. EDWARD JOSEPH SHUMSKI, JR, .............. Bay St. Louis MICROBIOLOGY GARY MICHAEL SILBERNAGEL .................... Clinton BIOLOGY: President, Beta Beta Beta: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Distinguished Military Student: Collegiate Civitan: Yellow Jackets: Rho Eta Sigma. Fourth Row: DELOS A. SIMMONS .................. .......... M agnolia MARKETING ROBERT PAUL SIMMONS ........... .... N ew Orleans, La. EDUCATION SHIRLEY ANN SIMMONS .......................... McComb ELEMENTARY EDUCATION LINDA FAYE SIMS ................................ Vicksburg EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL STUDIES Fifth Row: BETTY LOU SINGLEY ....................,......... Gulfport MATHEMATICS: Alpha Lambda Delta: Secretary-Treasurer, Kappa Mu Epsilon: Dean's List. RONALD LEE SINGLEY ............................ Meridian PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: Pledge Class Secretary, Delta Sigma Pi: Corresponding Secretary, Society for the Advance- ment of Management. ALAN EARL SISON ................................ Arabi, La. BIOLOGY AND PRE-DENTAL RICHARD WAYNE SKELTON .................... Enterprise BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Sixth Row: EDNA E. SKINNER .................................. Gulfport SPEECH PATHOLOGY: AEA: President, Alpha Sigma Alpha: 1 MARILYN SKRMETTA ................................ Biloxi RECREATION AND SOCIOLOGY: XS2: Annual Staff: Editor, Annual: Pledge Class President, Model Pledge, Elections Chair- man, Chi Omega: Top Ten Beauty: Secretary, Sophomore Class: Sophomore Class Favorite: ROTC Sponsor: Freshman Counselor, Yellow Jacket Sweetheart: Circle K Sweetheart: Student Sena- tor: Secretary of Calendar and Convention, Student Govern- ment Cabinet: Newman Club: Most Outstanding Freshman of Newman Club: College Fashion Board: Committee of 100: UAC: Recreation Club: Sharpshooter Medal Recipient: SCOPE VIII and IX Delegate: SUSGA Delegate: MIC Delegate. CHARLES THOMAS SLATER .......................... Utica ACCOUNTING CHARLOTTE ANN SMALLEY .................... Hattiesburg ENGLISH: Alpha Lambda Delta. Seventh Row: DENNIS ROY SMERZ .........,................ Ocean Springs ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY CATHRYN FAYE SMITH ............................... Ovett MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY: Reang List: President's List: Jones war . CECILIA MARIE SMITH ............................ Carthage HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION AND CLOTHING MER- CHANDISING: Dean's List: President's List: Vice-President, Guard, Kappa Omicron Phi: Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Kappa Phi: President, Home Economics Club: State President College Sec- tion SMEA: SMEA: Rifle Club: Wesley Foundation: American Marketing Association. DANIEL RUDOLPH SMITH .................... Pensacola, Fla. BIOLOGY Eighth Row: GARY WAYNE SMITH ............ ......... L ucedale ART GWENDOLYN JOY SMITH .................... Mississippi City MANAGEMENT: Dean's List. JIMMIE JANELLE SMITH .................... ...... M oselle PHYSICAL EDUCATION KENNETH C. SMITH .- .............................. Gulfport ACCOUNTING: Alpha Epsilon Alpha: Dean's List: President's List: Merit Scholarship. I L Hs. ue., M... I yy 4 .,.. , If Q faffj f Z, , 3 W J, ' A if-Y, in 4- Z W. W ,- ft 5"f"': 2-Ks. . YQ fc ., I , 2 1 i sf 55 f W C f , 3 if vw Q ' .... 'X .""'y,, I,!..x . ' 59 f 55 ni 4 W We n ' Www f --414 'W . k J tw' ae sax. 'Z , ,.. s , "H Us . 1 F:- f ' ' I r 'I . ,Q fwq, , ' ' . 933-'M kr f ? i 'W . U ' . E.. V Xu 'rn gr. w fg, fi I l-I ' j X' S' ,Vx fm , , -- fn' in f .zxgvaa I. 'fs?T"4iV3 4-1- - +V v lf' I. . ., .V I Q , , X ,sf- av ' as , Z. ess? '32 fi" Ln ff .N f. 'T 'N ...j U if ,V ,A ,,, - , QP-H-s lr . ,gem M if-wr' . 5' ,ww . , I I J ,Ie , as h it W' 'Q we . Ml lf' Q ,Was M' A if . ,. 4' I M ix tk' ,wa M' K 2' - l i cw! S5 4 K A I 4 L I I W ..f A ' F ,. A Q-e...,,,I gf 'f fl f' A , A 1 I .1 'Z A ff! i Q, I ,,,, f ' 4 .ss I - 1 ,iz ,N , If ' he t . A. M -W M' I f Q ee f i . 04' ,I Q' -ew fam JV. - If we I 4 rf? A1 SK'-g, , E I .xegitvt-fi.. -" " " I. is ii-I ZZ? 577, ,, f - -. . ef ff ' 4 f f I . ' QWN ff e,9W,y, f 1 ,f nf- in XXX I I, A First Row: MARGARET CAROLYN SMITH ............. ..... H azlehurst OFFICE MANAGEMENT RICARD BOYD SMITH ..................,....... Orlando, Fla. MUSIC EDUCATION: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Officer, Drill Master, Symphonic Band, USM Symphony Orchestra: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Outstanding Pledge. RITA FAY SMITH .................................... Jackson EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL STUDIES: Dormitory Oflicer. RONALD GARY SMITH ........................ Anniston, Ala. INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT: Pen and Sword Society: Society for the Advancement of Management. Second Row: SYLVIA JANE SMITH ............................ Brookhaven ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: XII: UAC: SMEA: BSU: Freshman Counselor: Dormitory Officer: Dean's List: Elections Chairman, Chi Omega. VIRGINIA ANN SMITH ............................. Picayune MATHEMATICS: SMEA: Kappa Mu Epsilon. WILLIAM H. SMITH .............................. Hazlehurst MARKETING MICHAEL RICHARD SMYTHE ................... Moss Point HISTORY: Student Christian Federation: Pi Gamma Mu: Chap- lain of Student Government Association: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. Third Row: DAVID' W. SODERQUIST .,.............,........ Malone, Fla. PHYSICAL EDUCATION WILLIAM H. SPANN, JR. .................. ..... B randon MATHEMATICS CYNTHIA FAYE SPEED .......................... Hattiesburg INSTITUTIONAL DIETETICSI XE .l. ASTRID SPENCER .............................. Quincy, Fla. ART EDUCATION: AZ: President of Pledge Class: Vice-Pi'esi- dent of Membership: UAC Corresponding Secretary: College Board tEssex Housel: Wesley Foundation. Fourth Row: LINDA ANN SPENCER ................................ Biloxi MUSIC EDUCATION: Mu Phi Epsilon: University Singers. SYLVIA KAREN SPURLOCK .................... Milton, Fla. BIOLOGY JAMES STAGGS ...................................... Tupelo PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT ROBERT FREDERICK STEELE ..........,... Huntsville, Ala. HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE Fifth Row: ROBERT LOUIS STEVENS ........................ Hattiesburg ACCOUNTING: Varsity Baseball. SUE STILLIONS ............................... ...... J ackson COMMERCIAL ART FRANCES JEAN STONE .......................... Hattiesburg FRENCH: AEA: lst Vice-President, Alpha Sigma Alpha: Presi- dent. Senior Advisor, Alpha Lambda Delta: Druid Society: President, Pi Delta Phi: Pi Tau Omega: Delta Pi: Honors Pro- gram: Freshman Counselor: Committee of 100: Merit Scholar- ship: President's List: Dean's List. MARY ANNE STRAHAN .............................. Collins PUBLIC ADDRESS: .XZl.t: Alpha Lambda Delta: Druids: Phi Delta Rho: Phi Kappa Phi: Pi Tau Chi: Freshman Counselor. if f T' Sixth Row: W 4, X JUDITH ELIZABETH STRATTON .............. ..... L iberty M HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION , S. DEANE STRINGER ....,........................ Tylertown . : HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION: Dean's List, Presidents List: 9-, M- Q' I 4 Home Economics Club: Kappa Omicron Phi: BSU. 1' N fx ROAND RAY STROUD .................................. Petal ENGLISH, GERMAN ' FAYE VERONICA STUART ...................... Waynesboro ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ff Seventh Row: I f . ' 1' JOYCE ELAINE STUBBS .......... .... J ackson ' it is PIANO . MARY LaNELLE STUBBLEFIELD .....,......... .... B iloxi : BUSINESS EDUCATION: Phi Chi Theta. I .9 I.. .. , PAMELA STUBBS ........,..,................. . . . . . .Magee ,. W PERSONNEL MANAGEM'2N1T1TiIfAtIg Treasurer, Phi Mug Phi " ' 'iffd 4" 4-' M' I" .':: ' 1 i e a. fl ff Il Ig 1" MARGY ANN STURRUP .................. ...... Forest SPECIAL EDUCATION Eighth Row: CHARLOTTE LEE STURM .................... .... M agee f 'E Ne.: fl if 31 ELEIVYENTARY EDUCATION ANN MARTIN SULLIVAN ........................... Meridian HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION ALLEN DALE SUMRALL ............................ Sumrall FINANCE JAMES E. SUTTON ..................... ...Pensacola, Fla. MANAGEMENT Seniors First Row: I JANE LIDDELL SWETT .......................... Vicksburg PSYCHOLOGY: Dean's List. MARY BATTON SWOOPE .................. .... L iberty ELEMENTARY EDUCATION JESSE ARTHUR TABOR . . . , , , , Florence HISTORY HAROLD EDWARD TALBOT ............... Uncasville, Conn. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Second Row: SANDRA FAYE TARLETON .............. ....... S tarkville COMMERCIAL ART AUDLEY L. TAYLOR .......................... Pass Christian BIOLOGY: IlIi.X: Dean's List: Sailing Club: Treasurer, Scholar- ship, Pi Kappa Alpha. SUSAN REGINA TAYLOR ....................... Hattiesburg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: AEA: Dean's List: Treasurer, Al- pha Sigrna Alpha. WILLIAM JIMMY TEMPLE ........................... Laurel PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT Hhird Row: SYBIL PATRICIA TERRELL ..................... Hattiesburg ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: XS2: Dean's List: SIVLEA: Alter- nate Best Dressed, 1964: Baptist Student Union: University Activities Council. 'IHERVALD JOSE TESTMAN ................ Pensacola, Fla. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: EN: Vice-President, Sigma Nu. ROY DWIGHT TAGGARD ........................... Madden GEOGRAPHY JERRY LYN THARP ............................. Hattiesburg ACCOUNTING: Treasurer, Delta Sigma Pi: Scabbard and Blade: Company Commander: Pershing Rifles: Yellow Jackets: Dis- tinguished Military Student. Fourth Row: RONNIE EARL THAXTON ............................ Liberty ACCOUNTING: Dean's List: Rho Eta Sigma. JOHN STEPHAN THOMAS .............. New Brunswick, N.J. ENGLISH EDUCATION: Dean's List. - SEAMON C. THOMAS ............................. Angie, La. MANAGEMENT: Alpha Phi Omega: Pershing Rifles: UAC: Publicity Chairman, UAC: President, Baptist Student Union. JOHN WILLIS THOMPSON ...................... Mobile, Ala. MANAGEMENT Fifth Row: ALDON WAYNE THORNTON ................. .... B iloxi MARKETING: Pi Sigma Epsilon, RUBY NELL THORNTON .........,.......... .... R aleigh HISTORY TOMMY DOUGLAS THORNTON ..................... Raleigh ACCOUNTING: Alpha Epsilon Alpha. ARTHUR RALPH THORP ....................... Alea, Hawaii BIOLOGY-DENTISTRY: Tri Beta: AED: Scabbard and Blade. : WW Q m S t 'lr'f"'r N "t"""f 9 S f Z . an i 1 f Sixth Row: f X ELIZABETH ANN THRASHER .............. Bay Minette, Ala. A HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION: Dixie Darlings: Dean'S List: PN Wesley Foundation: Home Slvrcinomics Club: House Council: , ' Q X A. PATRICIA ALICE TOWLER .......................... Natchez . Q51 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION , A ' JANE ELIZABETH TOWNSEND ....................... lVIOselle HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Dorm President! Of- - ficer, WAB: Dean's List: HPER Club, NORBERT E. TRACY, JR. ............................ Gulfport ei H I STO R Y .ff :, 1- grfifjikvtzkf r x 2 if ww Seventh Row: DAVID FLOYD TRAVIS ............................ P' , PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT lcayune 5 E gi DOUGLAS ALLEN TRAWEEK ...................... Quitman - Q POLITICAL SCIENCE A fg- JAMES WILLIAM TREST, JR. ........................ Gulfport L 'K' HISTORY: Newman Club: Society of Pershing Rifies: Senator: ,X Men's Affairs Board: Committee of 50. DON LAROY TRIGG ................................ Quitman INDUSTRIAL ART Eighth Row: A . In HAROLD GREGORY TROCHE ................... Mobile, Ala. il , INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 1 1 .Q A Q DUANE MICHAEL TROCHESSETT .......... ........ B ' ' , A ' ,Q CHEMISTRY Loxl ., 57' g 'W' ' Q TONI TUCKER ...................................... J J- 1' - SPECIAL EDUCATION: University Singers 1, Inter-Vai-Sly Son A t +1 is y . . Fellowship. "' -T it ,,.. ' BURNEY FAYE TULLOS .......................... Pascagoula V, . Y, CLOETHINGAMEcitCgIAgDA1SEgAi3ef.Ezs List: gm Cin Thgtsg: Home A . ' ' conomics u 3 niversi y orus: ormi ory cer. A . ..,,. 1 ' If A J ,sr Ask In 18 .S A i '25 3 '3.1rf,X H525 ax, Eff ,,4...W , 9 . 'T' X u1"'Jh 1:4 X . ,.,,..',x gfx L First Row: ROBERT S. TUMEY ................... .... L ibei-ty ACCOUNTING JOHN ALBERT TUNIA ................ ..... G ulfport HISTORY DOUGLAS D. TURNER ..................... ..... V icksburg COMMERCIAL ART HAROLD LYNN TURNER ................ ..... C onehatta HISTORY Second Row: JO EVELYN TURNER ....................... ..... F lorence ELEMENTARY EDUCATION JOANNE TURNER .......................... ....... N ewton SOCIOLOGY: Phi Gamma Mu. HARRY R. TURPIN Mobile, Ala. MARKETING: Delta Sigma 1211: bSOuthwestern Executive Sales u . DONNA CLAIRE UPTON ....................... Walnut Grove HOME ECONOIVLICS EDUCATION: Devotional Chairman, Pul- ley Hall: Home Economics Collegiate Chapter: Baptist Student Union. Third Row: MARY KAY VAIL ..............,........... ' .... Ocean Springs SPANISH SHERRY JUDITH VALENTINE ........................ Laurel ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: SMEA: Baptist Student Union. JOHN ARCHIE VanDEVENDER ................,.. Hattiesburg ' PHYSICS PHILIS REE VanLANDINGHAM .................... Gulfport ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: fl'M: Phi Mu Scholarship Chair- ITIBII. Fourth Row: EMILY ANNE VARNADO' .......................... Magnolia MATHEMATICS GLEN W. VARNADO .................................. Osyka PUBLIC ADDRESS AND HISTORY: Dean's List: Debate Team: SCOPE: Wesley Foundation: WMSU. J AIVLES WAYNE VAUGHAN ....................... Moss Point HISTORY VASIL NICHOLAS VESHIA , . Southbridge, Mass. HISTORY Fifth Row: DONNY PAUL VIATOR ....................... .... G ulfport ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING DOROTHEA M. VINSON ................................ Petal SPECIAL EDUCATION FRED C. VINSON ......................... ..... H attiesburg MANAGEMENT KENNETH MICHAEL VINZANT ........ ...... L aurel COMMUNICATION Sixth Row: JACK CLAYBORNE WADE .......,......... Jacksonville, Fla. INDUSTRIAL AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: Society for the Advancement of Management, RICHARD ARTHUR WAGES ...................... Pascagoula COMMUNICATIONS CHARLES EUGENE WALDROP .................... Indianola FINANCE: President, Koinonia Club: Delta Sigma Pi. GENE WILLIAM WALDROP ..................... Hattiesburg HISTORY Seventh Row: GLENN EDWARD WALKER ............,......,....... Laurel PERSONNEL AND INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT JERRY LEN WALKER .............................. Gulfport PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT' DONALD LEROY WALL ......................,.... Gillsburg MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS JOYCE JANE WALL ..............,............... Brookhaven ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Eighth Row: GAREY DALE WALTERS ............................. Laurel FINANCE: Wall Street Journal Award: President's List. JAKE THOMAS WALTERS, JR. ............. Panama City, Fla. BIOLOGY HUGO WILLIAIVI WALTON .......... .... ........ N e w Augusta CHEMISTRY: 2-l-li: UAC: Baptist Student Union: SEA. JACK DOUGLAS WARD ........................... Columbia MARKETING: Pi Sigma Epsilon. 319 Seniors S, ,L First Row: WILLIAM AUGUSTUS WARD ........... ..... M eridian L1 MANAGEMENT: EMC. I JOSEPH PATRICK WARE ......................... Hattiesburg MARKETING: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Pershing Rifles: Southern Generals Drill Team. KAY SHARRON WARREN . Jonesboro, La- MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY n I SHIRLEY MALINDA WARRICK ............ Birmingham, Ala. JOURNALISH: AAA: Society Editor, Student Prmtz. Second Row: SUSAN JO WATKINS ................................. Laurel ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: AEA: Debate Team: SMEA: Uni- versity Chorus. RICHARD WAYNE WEATHERS ................... Hattiesburg POLITICAL SCIENCE ANN ETTE WEAVER ...................... . . . .... Gholson ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ELIZABETH JUNE WEAVER .................... Waynesboro HOME ECONOIVHCS EDUCATION Third Row: J. JOHN WECHS .............................. Arlington, Va. GERMAN: Dean's List: Varsity Tennis: Advanced ROTC. JOHNNIE FAYE WEDGEWORTH ..................... Laurel LIBRARY SCIENCE ARTHUR H. WEHMANN ............... Berkeley Heights. N.J. ARCHITECTURE: Dean's List: Regional Merit Scholarship: Advanced ROTC. I SANDY E. WEIGLE .................... Margarita, Canal Zone BUSINESS EDUCATION: AEA: Dean's List: Vice-President, Panhellenic: President, Panhellenic: Vice-President, Alpha Sigma Alpha: Social Chairman, Alpha Sigma Alpha: Sophomore Senator: Phi Chi Theta. Fourth Row: BARBARA ELLEN WEISS ........................... Ellisville PHYSICAL EDUCATION: AEA. DAVID EARL WELBORN ........................ Hattiesburg PSYCHOLOGY ' U LINDA CAROL WELCH .................... ..... M endian SPANISH: Pi Delta Phi. ALISON KATHLEEN WELLS ............. ..... M eridian ENGLISH Fifth Row: CHARLES MICHAEL WELLS ...................,.... Meridian PSYCHOLOGY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE ROBLYN LEE WELLS ............................. Vicksburg ENGLISH: -PM: Secretary, Historian, Vice-President, Phi Mu. SARAH ELLA WELLS ................................ Laurel EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL STUDIES: Phi Beta Lambda: House Council. CAROL HART WENTWORTH ....,. . .............. Hattiesburg SPECIAL EDUCATION: Xtl: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Tau Chi: Freshman Counselor: Treasurer, Chi Omega: Historian, Alpha Lambda Delta: Dean's List: Presidents List: Druids. Sixth Row: JOAN E. WENTWORTH ................... Chattanooga, Tenn. SOCIOLOGY: Xtl: Social Chairman, Assistant Secretary, Chi Omega: Class Section Editor, Annual Staff: Freshman Counselor: V , , Newman Club: Dean's List: Sociology Club. ' ANDY M. WEST ....................................... Tupelo MARKETING: Pi Sigma Epsilon. ROSANN ELIZABETH WHALEN .....,............... Jackson CHILD DEVELOPMENT: John Henry Cardinal Newman Honor Society: Delta Psi Omega. V, X CAROL ANN WHETSTONE ............................ Biloxi ya. 'a .,,, MATHEMATICS: EXE: Committee of 100: Canterbury Club: A KZ s' t K :ua Mu E silon President Si a Sigma Sigma "W ' ' Pl'Q.ldCI'l , all D 3 . gm : Delegate to Panhellenic Council: President's List: Dean's List. Seventh Row: DOROTHY JEAN WHITAKER ....................... Jackson BUSINESS EDUCATION: Dean's List: Pi Beta Lambda: SOUTH- ERNER Staif. JOHN EDWARD WHITAKER .................... Philadelphia CORRECTIVE THERAPY BETTY ANN WHITE ................................. Jackson BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Missions Chairman, Baptist Student Union: Phi Chi Theta: Phi Beta Lambda: Vice-Presi- dent, Business Education Club. CLINTON DeVERA WHITE ............................ Magee ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: SMEA. Eighth Row: CURTIS CARROLL WHITE ............. .... H attiesburg INDUSTRIAL ARTS MARY FRANCES WHITE ............................ Jackson : ELEMENTARY EDUCATION f ' ROBERT J. WHITE ...................... Harrington Park, N.J. 'z ' BUSINESS MANAGEMENT A JESSE E. WHITTINGTON ....................... Bogue Chitto RECREATION 310 ,M , V . 3 ., 1 , I ' . , . we M 'P-M I f ..,,. my y f 'W- ,uve r'.f A ff .i7,g4 ' . i tx X r I' 'I' '51 42:35 x. .,, . 4 4""7 7 f WZJ 'YM' if 1 ts 1:-:Q:.,X 'U-0' A I I l' , J 1 is I . 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Jackson BUSINESS EDUCATION: AXA: Treasurer, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Third Row: WILLIAM ANDREW WILLIAMS ......... .... E llisville INDUSTRIAL ARTS JO ANN WILLIAMSON ................... ......... L ucedale BUSINESS EDUCATION CHERYLL WILLIAMSON ..................... Grove Hill, Ala. CLOTHING MERCHANDISING MARGARET ANN WILLS ........................ Hattiesburg ZOOLOGY Fourth Row: BRENDA LOU WILSON ................,.... Baton Rouge, La. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION: XYZ: Alpha Lambda Delta: Treasurer, Druids: Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi: Vice-President, Kappa Omicron Phi: Betty Dukes Craft Memorial Award: Pi Tau Chi: Vice-President, Chi Omega. MARTHA ANN WILSON ............................... Bailey LIBRARY SCIENCE PAUL FRANKLIN WIMBERLY Valparaiso, Fla. FINANCE: BAE: President, Society for the Advancement of Management: Historian, Business Fraternity Conference: Delta Sigma Pi: Young Democrats: Scholarship Chairman and Chap- lain, Sigina Alpha Epsilon. CAROLYN JOYCE WINDHAM ........................ Laurel DIETETICS Fifth Row: KAREN LOUISE WINDHAM ......................... Edwards CLOTHING MERCHANDISING: Dean's List. CAROLYN LYNN WOLFE ......................... Smithdale GENERAL BUSINESS: Phi Chi Theta. TOMMIE JEAN WOLVERTON .................. Philadelphia ELEIVLENTARY EDUCATION DONNIS FAYE WOOD ....................... .... T ylertown ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Sixth Row: KENNETH ALLEN WOODRUFF . . . , ............... Yazoo City MARKETING: Otiicer, Pi Sigma Epsilon: Collegiate Civitan: Men's Affairs Board. CHARLENE WOODS .................................. Bolton HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION GEORGE FRANKLIN WRIGHT ................. Broomall, Pa. ACCOUNTING: President, Delta Sigma Pi: Secretary, West- minster Fellowship: Collegiate Civitan: Student Christian Fed- eration: University Activities Council: Alpha Epsilon Alpha: Rho Eta Sigma: Counselor: Delta Sigma Pi Active of the Year. LAWRENCE OLEN WRIGHT .................. Homestead, Fla. SPANISH: ATQ: Football: Soccer: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Secretary. M Club: Advanced ROTC. Seventh Row: WILLIAM RICHARD WRIGHT ...........,........... Jackson FINANCE: KA: Publicity Chairman, Recording Secretary, Kappa Alpha: Vice-President, Fellowship of Christian Athletes: Rho Eta Sigma: Vice-President, Rho Epsilon, M Club. SHIRLEY L. YEAGER ................................ Wiggins PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: -I-li'l': House Cooperation Board of Governors. House Manager, Pledge Class Sergeant at Arms, Phi Kappa Tau: President, Treasurer, Society for the Advance- ment of Management: BFC Representative. VIRGIL WILLIAM YEAGER, JR. .................... Gulfport GENERAL BUSINESS NERI ENRIQUE YON ......................... Guatemala, C.A. ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY: Bild: Captain, Soccer Team: SCOPE: President, Pan America? bStudent Association: New- man u . Eighth Row: PATRICK EDMUND YOUNG .......................... Biloxi POLITICAL SCIENCE: Phi Eta Sigma: Dean's List. RONALD ANTHONY ZEWICKE ................ Ocean Springs BIOLOGY: Pen and Sword. DAVID W. ZIMMERLI ..................... Stony Brook, N.Y. MARINE BIOLOGY 1 O MARY FRANCES ZIZ .................. ............. B 1lox1 SOCIOLOGY Junior Class Officersz Katherine Sutherland, treasurer g Linda Amacker, secretaryg Sally Maddox, vice-presi- dent, Mike Morris, president. PHYLLIS ANN AARON, Elementary Education ........ Gloster EDWARD JENKINS ADAMS ................. .... J ackson GERALD JOE ADAMS, Accounting .................. Gautier DONNA RUTH ADKINS, Elementary Education Meridian PATRICIA ANN ADMIRE, Recreation ....... Panama City, Fla. CATHERINE CHAVORON AGERTON, History .... Mobile, Ala. BILLY GERALD ALEXANDER, Accounting .......... Wiggins DANNY OLAN ALEXANDER, Science Education . . .Little Rock LOIS ELAINE ALEXANDER, Special Education . . .Rolling Fork ROBERT D. ALEXANDER, Mathematics Hattiesburg TERESA DIANNE ALFORD, Special Education ........ Florence EVA MAY ALLDAY, Nursing ................. Wagarville, Ala. JESSE CARROL ALLDAY, Accounting ........ Wagarville, Ala. EVA LOUISE ALLEN, Physical Education .. ....... Magnolia LINDA A. ALLISON, Home Economics . . . .... Wiggins 7.7. NNN Q x 2' as X M is wifi f x.. J? X? . .,N, r, . A. X , W:- '-QQ The uniors r-x . awww x A 3 is x, .N R A.. Y. I A '.'-i day!! W-. . I me if Gu fr" -czzzr 'st'- .-: , 01" 1 gy we it f , I 154 4, "fi-i".:Jf ' arf.. .' " I 40 l 0 ,S Q, . 52 3 :L X W ,I Z f if 4' 1 Q E f , . X 1 V2 xg!! 1 f af ,W f W K, -fi. I, . A if , 5 X if lf Y I 5 ,. Q74 l H ,I ' f"1r I 'ft-e' I 7 , f l . V rw 5, W VV11 .. '- 1 " 1 3" I 'fi J ' . : . 5 ' wgf. 'V 2 ir "N K V Q 141, f 1 Z' Sgfcpgf' f iv, 1-1 5-s if ' if . V 4 M an ff 1 f I I 'w..'.,,'Lj' .-tf-.LE . f f f- am t I 'F- ' -1 f V ff?-'.. . I! I . ,?w-x'.'- ' 1 if' I 'W Wh 7' I X a it Ku-'aj 2 ,Q Lf Q. A' .Q 'E ' W. fi- ' .T f t WN' "N -' f rr X -.1 ft '59 , f, g Q - .gt 5 N 3, 1 .,..p, M xg- , ev fr' - , V. :'. . if I, t 7 w 'ZS '. fi if V f . f ,Q .W '.AA. f , Wawgg-amp f gf-.""1, 33, ii ww 1. f , ti. ,f . . 5,6 f' lwlv 6 if S, U 1 DEWITT TALMAGE ALLRED, Journalism .......,.... Collins LINDA L. AMACKER, Elementary Education .... Bogalusa, La. D. ELTON AMMONS, Marketing ........,.. ....... J ackson JOHN BILLY AMMONS, JR., Management .... Meridian SANNA REA ANDERSON, History ......... .... L ucedale ROBERT WILSON ANDREWS, Insurance ........... Vicksburg STEVE MARTIN ANDREWS, Music Education .......... Laurel GLORIA JANE AINSWORTH, History ............ Brookhaven ALBERT Q. ARCHIE, Physical Education ....,......... Chunky ELIZABETH ANN ARMOUR, Elementary Education . .Ellisville CAROLYN ARMSTRONG, Clothing Merchandising Moss Point GWENDOLYN ARMSTRONG, Medical Technology Hattiesburg JEAN OTT ARMSTRONG, Medical Technology ..,. Moss Point ANN ARMUS, Public Address ..........,. San Antonio, Texas RALPH ARNOLD, Physical Education .......... Key West, Fla. CATHERINE C. AULENBROCK, Business Education . .Madison PEGGY ANN AULTMAN, English ................ Hattiesburg FRANCES JO AUSTIN, Fine Art .......... ..... H attiesburg MARY E. BAGBY, Elementary Education ...... Tuskegee, Ala ANITA M. BAGGETT, Commercial Art Pascagoula JIMMIE FRANKLIN BAGGETT, Accounting .... .... C ollins JENNIFER ANN BAKER . Brandon JAMES F. BALL, JR., Psychology and Business Melbourne, Fla. CATHY LU BALL, History .......................... Grenada MARGIE BALL, Music Education ..... Jackson NELSON ALLEN BALL, Physical Education ........... Summit EDNA MARY BALLARD, History ................ Bay Springs MARSHA BALLOW, Executive Secretarial Training Hazelhurst PATRICIA OLIVIA BANKSTON, Biology ............ Stringer CAROLYN L. BARBER, Elementary Education ...... Columbia HENRY EUGENE BARBER, Accounting .... ..... T aylorsville SYLVIA ANN BARDWELL, Finance ..... .... H azelhurst PETER JOSEPH BARICEV, Architecture ,........ Hattiesburg CLAYTON RUSSELL BARNETT. Sociology .......... Decatur PATRICIA KAY BARNETT, Elementary Education .... Raleigh JOSEPH EUGENE BARDIN, Physical Education ...... Bolton NANCY ELIZABETH BARKER, Mathematics . .TuscalooSa. Ala. RONALD LLOYD BARNES, Elementary Education .. .Gulfport GEORGE ROBIN BARNHILL, Business .......... Loxley, Ala. KATHRYN ANN BARRETT, Accounting .... Picayune BETHANY BEST BARON, Recreation .... . . Z . .Columbia REBECCA ANN BARRON, English Hattiesburg NANCY ILENE BARTLETT, Elementary Education Norfolk, Va. JAMES WARREN BASS, Commercial Art Poplarville BETTY JO BATSON, Speech Pathology ..... Hattiesburg uniors ROBERT LEONARD BAUGHN, Radio 8z Television Hattiesburg J. P. BAYMILLER, Industrial Management Panama City, Fla. HOWARD DANNY BEAN, Personnel Management .... Montrose BLANCHE SUE BEARD, Nursing .................. Tylertown WILLIAM J. BEASLEY, History . . . .... Waynesboro HAROLD DUANE BECKNER, JR., Political Science . .Tylertown BETTY CAROLYN BELL, Business Education ........ Brandon FRANCES SELEITA BELL, Commercial Art .......... Quitman RONNIE E. BELL, Marketing ........................ Gulfport BARTON BENNETT, Elementary Education . .Baton Rouge, La. DAVID M. BERRY, Marketing ..... Hattiesburg BENJY BEST, Political Science .................... Pascagoula DIANA LYNN BETTS, Elementary Education ........ Meridian WILLIAM OTIS BIGGS, Biology ...................... Osyka A. C. BILBO, Computer Science 81 Business Statistics Poplarville DALE ROGER BILBO, Business Administration, . . .Hattiesburg MARION D. BILBO, English ..............,......... Meadville JANIE DOTT BILBRO, Sociology .............. .... C arthage CHARLOTTE MARKILENE BISHOP, English .... .... La urel MABEL LYNN BISTLE, Business Education ..... Biloxi ARTER JACK BLACKBURN, JR., Finance ........... Decatur GLENDA SUE BLANKENSHIP, Music ........ Anaheim, Calif. BRUCE R. BLACKWELL, Business Administration .... Jackson SHEILA H. BLACKWELL, Corrective Therapy ........ McComb MARTHA KAY BLUE, Elementary Education ........ Gulfport PATRICIA ANN BLUMER, Elementary Education .... Gulfport LUTHER THEODORE BOGGAN, JR., Math ........ Mendenhall KENNETH LANE BOLER, JR., Marine Biology THERRELL GLEN BOLER, Biology ........,..... DANNY GLENN BOLING, Accounting .... JANICE EVELYN BOLING, Accounting .... PEGGY RUTH BOND, Business Education .... CLARICE MARIE BONNETT, Sociology ...... MARJORIE ADIN BOOTH, Commercial Art ...... . .Beaumont . . . .Jackson Brookhaven Brookhaven . . . .Wiggins . . .Lucedale . . . .Natchez BRENDA GAYLE BOUTWELL, Physical Education Beaumont LINDA DIANE BOUTWELL, English ..... JERRY LYNN BOYD, Special Education .... MICHAEL CONNELY BOYD, Marketing DORIS ANN BOYKIN, Spanish .............. DANNY BOZEMAN, Business Administration ..... DAVID JULIAN BRADY, Industrial Arts .... JANET SUE BRADY, Elementary Education .. RICHARD R. BRADY, Business Administration . .Kosciusko . .Tylertown .. . . . .Biloxi .Pascagoula .Hattiesburg . . .McComb Bay Springs Brookhaven SAMUEL D. BRANCH, Business Administration .... Pascagoula OSCAR EUGENE BRANCH, Accounting ............ Tylertown If we R 1 Ha. 2+ -, Y in-A Ns .'n. .-- :gr ,Qty 'VS sg gt . X Dr'-V Q S X ,M N X Na s .JT iw 1' , QQ? E Q 3 X x ,fy A x xii A Ps , MPS X Q ss t si? 5 N nxgggk 4 . . js - 5,- X if ,e Qf ,J v......,: N E as ws X . M Jw 'rv if X .,,,..,x I i " 1 -,XP "' ,f ' ' ,,,,,,, , ' x N 5 A 5 Q :R r l' 'st i s A M X K A , ix an m . . ,. ' eg-arfssf X 0 he-,K z. . '-1 'iw X rf - I v X i 51-fx - ' A ,,,. I . ..,.,, ..... - - 51. 'J X3 I X , ,X A , I l M A 'E 'E 5 1 5 'S ' wir ,W 5 Q., , :fx f t , X N is L ,. X f r A '13 .F ,S . .1 - 1 3 1 TZ' N i Q " 7' 'R' ' HX w fl.. A + W ,. ..,, t -N ...... A X gi 1 f . . A , ra' . Qi--sg ., - .3 ' i I X X . X ' .Q s Q., ' .,.. , c gh: ' N... X g Q F L'7"4 I i in ,- ,,.-sm ' .1 My ,,, I . ,575 A 'Y' W, "N Sv 1 ear--5, f J as .. it F 'fb-us L Sr' six X MSI f ri 1-at if 'C x 'KNO 'Taxi . .Ms AX .X ,U e. - M . W .. ' rr -sv i .P X , x X , X A Q Q 5 I ,. Wi , X ,w e - ms-.s v nu. - gs, ,,. 65,305 N f. : X 1, . , Y A I , c wi ' wx 'SN' ' R K, ...Tvs 'RK . qs. .Q-f- fs, t .wc ' BEN D. BRAXTON, Finance .............. ...,. C hipley, Fla. LYNDA ANN BREAZEALE, Psychology .... .... H attieshurg LINDA DIANE BRENT, Business Education .......... Raymond LIBBIE BREISCH, Biology .................... Pass Christian RUSSELL WAYNE BRIDGES, Mathematics Hazlchurst SANDRA JOAN BRIDGES Elementary Education Kentwood, La. MILDRED FRANCES BRIGNAC, Music Education . .Pascagoula VIRGIL BRITT, JR., Business Administration ..., Brookhaven CHARLES EDWARD BRITTON, Accounting ...... Hattiesburg DELORES ANN BROADUS, Speech Pathology ........ Purvis CLAUDE MICHAEL BROOKS, Psychology ...... Independence NANCY ELIZABETH BROOM, English ..........,.,... Biloxi SANDRA CHERYL BROOME, Business Education .... Prentiss ROBERT EARL BROUILETTE, III, Geology .......... Gulfport MARILYN F. BROWN, Executive Secretarial Studies . .Lucedale LAWRENCE AUDIE BROWN, Music Education LOWELL STANLEY BROWN, Music Education MARTHA EASTERLING BROWN, English . .Lakeland, Fla. . .Lakeland, Fla. ........Petal NOLAN MICHAEL BROWN, Business ..... .... M eridian PAMELA FAYE BROWN, Mathematics Jackson PAMELA FAYE BROWN, Math ..........,.. ..... J ackson PATRICIA IRENE BROWN, Music Education . . . .Bogue Chitto RICHARD B. BROWN, Law .......................... Gulfport RITA SUE BROWN, Statistics ............... .... M cComb SHIRLEY MAE BROWN, Music Education ..... Decatur PHILLIP EDMOND BROU, JR., Psychology .......... Jackson MARILYN SUE BRUMFIELD, Physical Education Bogue Chitto RONALD P. BRUNER, Economics ................ Algiers, La. BILLIE KAY BRYAN, Elementary Education ..Crestview, Fla. ELTON ONEIL BRYAN, Physical Education ...... Philadelphia L. WILLIAM BRYANT, Education ................ Atlanta, Ga. PAMELA SHEPARD BUCHANAN, General Business Columbia GAYLE BUCK, Elementary Education ...... Robertsdale, Ala. JUDY ELAINE BUCKLEY, Elementary Education ..... Laurel LAWRENCE EDWIN BUCKLEY, JR., Advertising .... Meridian SUSAN J. BUCKLEY, Home Economics Education ...... Pinola SYBIL NAN BUCKLEY, Medical Technology .......... Laurel LINDA ANN BUFKIN, Music Education ............ Pascagoula JOE DOUGLAS BULLOCK, Marketing ............ Tylertown RITA FRANCES BURFORD, Elementary Education . .Coldwater ARMAUND BURGESS, Industrial Arts ........... 1. .Gulfport PATRICIA JEAN BURKE, Real Estate 8z Insurance . . .Waveland DORTHY SUE BURKETT, Mathematics Hattiesburg RONALD TRUETT BURKS, Industrial Technology ...Picayune DOUGLAS BURNETT, Pre-Engineering Jacksonville, Fla. uniors FAYE LINDA BURNETT, Special Education Jackson CARLOS M. BURNS, Management ................ Brookhaven SYLVIA BURNS, French ............................... Union SAMMY GLENN BURNS, Personnel Management Indianola WILLIAM ALLEN BURNS, Management ............... Union VIRGINIA ANN BURR, English .............. Birmingham, Ala. KEITH L BURROUGHS, Music Education ........ Norfolk, Va. DONNA LEE BURT, Elementary Education ...... Bogalusa, La. PEGGY LOUISE BUSBY, History ............ ...... E llisville 'THOMAS WILSON BUSH, Physical Education ..., Bay Springs GERALD E. BUSICK, Industrial Technology .... Biloxi MARY VIRGINIA BUSTIN, Journalism ................ Laurel PATRICIA ANNE BUTLER, Elementary Education ...Jackson CAROLYN JEAN BUTTLES, Political Science ..... Hattiesburg RONNIE W. BUXTON, Business Administration ...Hattiesburg WILLIAM STRAIN BYARS, JR., Music Education .... Grenada HARRY KENNETH BYNUM, Recreation .............. Canton BEVERLY KATHERINE BYRD, Home Economics .... Columbia JEANESE BYRD, Elementary Education ................ Mize THOMAS CARROLL BYRD, Music Education ...... West Point CURTIS LAMAR CAIN, Psychology ..................... Clara CLEMOIS LIZETTE CALCOTE, Music Education McCall Creek CHARLOTTE M. CALHOUN, Business Education ..Hattiesburg LEONARD WYETH CALLAWAY, Public Relations . .Vicksburg ANTHONY CALLIA, Business Administration New Orleans, La. JAMES MARTIN CALLOWAY, History . .Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio JANIS ELAINE CAMPBELL, Horne Economics ......... Laurel ELIZABETH ANN CANAVAN, Biology ....... Brigantine, N.J. ROBERT C. CANAVAN, Pre-Dental ...... Philadelphia, Penn. GEOFFREY B. CANFIELD, Mathematics Purvis PAMELA E. CANFIELD, Business Education Purvis GLENN ALAN CANTY, Business Administration .... Meridian RICHARD NORWARD CARSON, Business Administration Eden GLORIA JEAN CAMPBELL, Elementary Education . .Columbia SUSAN LANE CAMPBELL, Management ............ Quitman DAVID EDWARD CAPPS, JR., Psychology ........ Atlanta, Ga. JAMES E. CARNEY, Accounting ........ ..... V Tylertown ANNIE LUCILLE CARO, Voice ........ ..... M obile, Ala. ANITA KAY CARR, Music Education .... ...... M cComb TOMMY L. CARR, Marketing ....... ...'.Forrest PAUL E. CARRUTH, Biology ,........................ Jackson MARGARET MERLE CARTER, Elementary Education Sandhill MARY SCOTT CARTER, Elementary Education ........ Laurel REBECCA ANN CARTER, Physical Education .... Philadelphia RONALD LEE CARTER, Biology ........... ..... G ulfport We R X -g, D1 Q ts., '27 J XX X X 3, , It K W -4 2 Q M . , . s it --V Y .qv x N we xx Q31 fix K M, 1 Xi 1 1 '- ' Q , 1: 4. -A Q. .1 . 5 Q X ., , ,i . vu, Q, S S SNw't A . 'Q ' ,X ' Q27 f TE., ' V Q YC ,,,. :L ,V Y .. x, X X Q ,RSX gi 1. 1.3: 'YQ si it . Tv- , f X m X w t X X X N X Q X XX XE N s 5.-. ew' Q, gs :ii tix U Y fx- R X R -...P - 'sf X 'iv is 'hr- , .X .-, X Q as NORMA LYNN COOK, Political Science and Journalism Jackson ,. 0 L ,Q . 1 l a rv' dp "" 1 -Ex 1 xi CL f '25 iv-, 'lT"""' 'favs' f au, . Tm 3, J I i . 1' ,, -.539 arg . S5 1 Q 5 5' ' WN' K.. 3 mt time X ' ,L ' M fe , 1 Y 'g in' , -,t , . x as A S M Q 'iw' X Q H . sv.. , I I X X . A M., Q A ga Ik , Y 5 N ' ,lc ss. at Us xi 'rs f N x 'HN , 'M' ' "' .N X ws -egg, , M ...N 5 I 'L JAMES EDWARD CASE, History ............. .... P icayunc TERRY MARLOW CASTLE, General Business ........ Pachuta BARBARA B. CENTORINO, Elementary Education Millry, Ala. ALLEN CEGELSKI, Elementary Education McKees Rocks, Pa. JULIUS CECIL CHAMBLISS, Biology ............ Hattiesburg JAMES TERRY CHANEY, Marketing ............ .... T upelo JANE MARY CHISHOLM, Elementary Education ..., Ellisville SAM' WINSTON CHOATE, Marketing ................ Natchez SHARON LEE CHRIST, Speech Pathology .............. Sardis CHRISTINE CHRISTENSEN, Elementary Education . .Lucedale JAN CHRISTIAN, Medical Technology .................. Biloxi DAVID P. CIONEK, Business Administration Amsterdam, N.Y. KAPPY CLARK, Executive Secretarial Studies ..Bay St. Louis LISA JOANNE CLARK, Sociology ................ Hattiesburg M. JANE CLARK, Home Economics Education .... Port Gibson MARTHA JANE CLARK, Physical Education .......... Summit MARY C. CLARK, Clothing and Merchandising ...Brookhaven RAY L. CLARK, Botany ....................,.,....... Laurel SHERIE ANYCE CLAYTON, English ................ Meridian JOHN EDWIN CLEMENTS, Music Education ..Memphis, Tenn. NANCY CLINE, Elementary Education ............... Jackson ESMOND STEVE CLYBURN, Political Science .... Brookhaven ROBBIE E. COBB, Commercial Art Clarksdale BURETT WARD COCHRAN, Marketing .......... SCARLETT COCKRELL, Speech Pathology Hattiesburg . . . .Jackson KATHRYN COLE, History ........... .... C arson PATRICIA ALICE COLLINS, English . . . ........ Collins T. FRANK COLLINS, Marine Biology ..... Hattiesburg AUBREY L. COLLUM, Accounting ...... ....... J ackson FAYE DELIA COLVILLE, Mathematics Pensacola RICHARD ROY CONLIFF, Business Administration .... Laurel WILLIAM JOHN CONNER, Business Administration Hattiesburg GILMER ALFRED COOK, JR., Radio and Television . . .Jackson PAMELA LOUISE COOK, Music Education ........ West Point MICHAEL ROYCE COOK, Physical Education ........ Jackson WILLIAM CALHOUN COOK, Marketing ........ FRANCES JEAN COOKE, Elementary Education LYNN ALLISON COOLEY, Music Education SUSAN FORCE CORE, Elementary Education .. .. .. .Pickens . . . . . .Vaiden .........Bude ......Jackson RANDOLPH FOSTER CORE, History ......... ..... J ackson FRANCES ANN CoRTs, Business Education ..... '. . .Meridian CLYDE SHIRLY COTHERN, Public Address ........ Tylertown MARVIN VONNIE COTHREN, General Business ........ Bude MRS. LEONA H. COURTNEY, Mathematics Brassfield uniors HUNTER LINWOOD COX. Computer Science ........ Bolton JOHN SCOTT COX, Commercial Art .......... Evergreen, Ala. MARGARET ANN COX, Elementary Education ........ Purvis MARGARET LYNN COX, Business Education ....... Gulfport RAYMOND WEBSTER COX, Music Education .... Biloxi NANCY BOICE CRABTREE, Elementary Education ..Jackson JANE HOLCOMB CRANE, Elementary Education . .Waynesboro MARY ELLEN CRAWLEY, Business Education ...... Columbia CLAUDE T. CREIGHTON, JR., Biology ............ Foley, Ala. TERRY WAYNE CRESS, Marketing .... .... H attiesburg H. MARTIN CREWS, Finance .............. Panama City, Fla. WILLIAM FRANKLIN CREWS, Pre-Law .,.......... McComb KATHY E. CROWDER, Elementary Education ...... Yazoo City JAMES HOUSTON CULBERSON, Industrial Technology Canton WILLIAM SANFORD CULBERSON, Management .... Jackson HARVEY B. CUMBEST, Personnel Management .... Pascagoula NICK CUMMINGS, Psychology ........................ Fulton SHEILA DIANNE CURENTON Elementary Education ............ .... P anama City, Fla. GLEN DAVID CURRY, Sociology .................. Escatawpa HELEN L. CURTIS, Elementary Education .... ..... U tica JUDITH ANN DAFFERNER, Mathematics Jackson GAIL DANIEL, Music Education ..................... Jackson RUBY STEPHENS DANIEL, Elementary Education ...Prentiss CAROL SUE DANSBY, Elementary Education ........ Quitman GEORGE RANDOLPH DARDEN ................ Rolling Fork HERMAN L. DAUGHDRILL, Business Administration .McComb BARBARA ANN DAVIS, Accounting .............. Hattiesburg CLOY ORE DAVIS, JR., Business Administration .Satsuma, Ala. CURTIS ALLEN DAVIS, Music Education .............. Laurel KATHRYN ANN DAVIS, History ......... .... B elden MARINELL DAVIS, Elementary Education .......... Prentiss MARY CATHERINE DAVIS, Elementary Education Hattiesburg NELSON EVERETT DAVIS, Accounting ........... Tylertown OTTIS LEE DAVIS, Business Administration ........ Gulfport PAULA RUTH DAVIS, Elementary Education ..Calhoun City RICHARD JOEL DAVIS, Marketing ,......... ..... J ackson STEVE RANDALL DAVIS, Commercial Art ........ Shoqualak TIMOTHY JOSEPH DAVIS, Music Education ...... Pascagoula MARY EVELYN DAY, History .....................,.. Natchez ROBERT GORDON DAY, Biology ...... Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. CELIA KAY DEAN, Art Education ...... Meridian DON EARLE DEAN, Political Science .... .... G affney, S.C. PAMELA DIANE DEAN, English .... .,... C hunky GWEN HARRIS DEATON, English ...... Laurel JOHN RANDLE DEDEAUX, Finance .... Perkinston 'L f , 5 T I 4. , , 1 755' age i I W ww. - 6 1 ' sg Q 9+ IF! . .... . , 14 . we ft, ,, V 4,9311 z wg.: 4 f I' p Y 4 ff V f 1 1' 4 Q "" ., .1 9 ,f if , i 2 , 'K ,wb Y 'Q , wi' fp: ' 1 J K szgl. ' I' , I W W, Z 1 . Z 1. if I ,na an f wax F 4 . . 3 g 4 'v li in 1 I i :ef Y v 3 . I Cr' . ti K m . 2 4-I 'Nw 1 F. ft, n , 4 sa fwfr f MW - ' 52 ,Q f , If if W 03 Xxx dm .r ,A i ,I N Br an-4' vii W JUDITH LANE DEES, Theatre .............. Bay Minette, Ala. PATRICIA LOIS DELEGRAM, Library Science ........ Jackson LLOYD DURWARD DENSON .................. .,..... L ena LEO A. DEORNELLAS, Architectural Drafting ...... Foxworth GERALD CYRIL DESTEFANO, History ....... .... M eridian BARBARA MARIE DIGGS, English .... .... P alatka, Fla. WILLIAM F. DIX, Biology ....................... Waynesboro CAROLYN ELIZABETH DIXON, Special Education .Hazlehurst DINAH LEE DOUGLAS, Elementary Education .... Buckatunna PAUL EDWARD DOWNING, Business ......,......... Jackson WILLIAM STEPHEN DOWNING, Art ........... Jackson MICHAEL FRANCIS DRAWE Industrial and Personnel Management ...... New Orleans, La. DAVID WILSON DRINKARD, History ..... , ........ Meridian CAROLYN S. DUBARD, Library Science ............ Jackson GARY EDWARD DUBUISSON, Finance Pass Christian WILLIAM LAWRENCE DUCKER, History .... ......... P urvis ARTHUR BAILEY DuMONT, Geography ........ Mobile, Ala. MARTHA ALICE DUNAGIN, French ............. Hattiesburg GAIL NANCY DUNIGAN, Clothing Merchandise . .Philadelphia BARBARA RUTH DUNN, English .................,.. Crowden CHRISTA LENE DUNN, Merchandising ........ Ocean Springs JUDITH ANN DUNN, Music Education ..,.. Vicksburg RUTH ELAINE DYE, Accounting ....... .... L ucedale JANIS DYESS, Home Economics .................... Columbia MARY RUTH DYESS, General Science Education .... Bassfield NANCY LYNN DYKES, Elementary Education ...... Smithdale TOIVIIVIIE LOUS EASTERLING, English .............. Prentiss LEONARD B. EDMUNDSON, History ............. Harvey, La. MARY PATRICIA EDWARDS, Journalism ............ Canton JENNIFER EICHELBERGER, Speech Pathology ....... Morton ART EIDMAN, Business Administration .......... Greenwood WANCHAI EKBUNDIT, English ............ Bangkok, Thailand LAURIE ANNA ELDER, Elementary Education .Jenkintown, Pa. M. C. ELDRIDGE, JR., Biology .............. Blountstown, Fla. SHARON KAY ELLIS, Mathematics . . . ........ Hazlehurst JEANNE EMRICK, Elementary Education .... ..... E dwards ANTHONY JOSEPH ENGLISH, Biology ............ Stonewall WILMER C. ENTREKIN, II, Medical Technology .... Lumberton SHERRYE LOUISE ETHRIDGE, Biology ................ Petal HERBERT BARNES EVANS, JR., Accounting ..... Hattiesburg KENNETH WAYNE EVANS, History ...... ....... P achuta JO DEAN EVANS, Elementary Education ........ Bay Springs JOHN MARLYN EVANS, Industrial Technology ...... Picayune MAX DOUGLAS EVANS, Education ................. Meridian BRUNA F. EVERETT, Home Economics Education . . .Lawrence uniors LINDA NELL EVERETT, English .......,. ......... J ackson ROBERT LEE EVERETT, Political Science .......... Vicksburg JOSEPH SLAN FAHNER, Industrial Management ...... Summit LIBBY DEAN FALCON, Special Education ........ Amite, La. JOSEPH SINGLETON FANNIN, Physical Education .Hattiesburg DIANE FANT, Elementary Education ........ Robertsdale, Ala. RAYMOND GEORGE FARMER, Finance ........ Atlanta, Ga. CHARLES H. FAULKNER, Commercial Art . . .Hueytown, Ala. SYLVIA ANITA FEATHERSTONE, Psychology ....... Jackson PEGGY LYNN FENDLEY, Special Education ........ Lucedale MARY FERRARA, Music Education ..... . .... Moss Point L. DONALD FILLINGAME, Marketing ............ Hattiesburg ELAINE FISHER, Home Economics Education .... Hattiesburg JERONE SKIPPER FLUMMER, Psychology ..Tuscaloosa, Ala. WANDA ANN FODRIN, Speech Pathology ............ Gulfport DAVID LEWIS FONDREN, Marine Biology .......... Jackson CHARLES ALLEN FORD, Mathematics ...,...... Hattiesburg JERRY SHELBY FORD, Personnel Management .... Hazelhurst LYNDA A. FORD, Elementary Education .......... ROBERT S. FORD, Biology ............. RONNIE WAYNE FORD, Architectural Technology PAUL ANTHONY FORE, Business ............... BILLY DON FORTENBERRY, Marketing ....... . . . .Jackson .Pascagoula Hattiesburg .Port Gibson . . .Tylertown FRANK SHANNON FORTENBERRY, Accounting ...... Magee HARLAN LARRY FORTENBERRY, Accounting .... Tylertown ROBERT ALLEN FORTENBERRY, Biology ............ Magee TAMA A. FORTINBERRY, Clothing Merchandising.Ty1ertown JIM WILSON FOSTER, Computer Science ........ Mobile, Ala. EARL JACOB FOX, Music Education ........ New Orleans, La. GEORGE HERBERT FRANKLIN, Economics ........ Gulfport ANITA GAIL FREEMAN Instrumental Music Education ............ .... P ascagoula AZALEA FRENCH, Business Education ....... ....... U nion SUSAN ROSE FRENCH, Elementary Education .... Hattiesburg JANICE A. FRIERSON, Home Economics .......... Poplarville DANIEL E, FRITH, Industrial Management .... ....... L aurel RALPH FRUM, Accounting ...... MICHAEL IVAN FULCHER . . . .Biloxi Computer Science and Statistics ...... ............ G ulfport GREGORY C. FULLER, Oceanography ...... Portsmouth, Ohio JIIVIIVIIE ROBERT GABUCCI, History ..............., Jackson FRANKIE JOE GALAFARO, Industrial Technology . . .McComb JOHN W. GAINES, History ............ ........ N ewton JAMES R. GALLOWAY, History ......... ........... U nion MARGARET JO' GAMBLE, Accounting ........ Ocean Springs MARY M. GANDY, Elementary Education .......... Seminary EVA ELAINE GARDNER, Elementary Education . .Waynesboro , " . 1 . J :ft 'X E . 5 'K S SA X Ns A u fgxl-' X ...g S 0 P X . .--R. ,X im sin' ff- iz: Sa- . R Q i X ,ga-f an -.nf .-i w X x vi' 'Q A-X Y NN I v 32, 5 jf. 65 5 rf .lf irifl. . .5 .1 5 I pw 'ft Q A F-me . . t N Nr' fasts? , " . . ' rf. . " I I. I i-5?lQ?Jii . ' I QSNTX. ' x .. Y gas, Q, I X 5 X ' "" . J ' E. . wtf I X gf L r X QQ S WN? il fc-Q .- lk A 2' x X atigvx X ' is : .S . Y. N Risk :: ' - 'tex . gm t 93 ,Y .......,. K .Y . . IN X f if t ss- , ,R -:ir--x J c Q. ,. -aug :J .fb 5 a ' 'JNL 9 1 O - 1 'E' . Wt. bv x fx -L R ,Qi fb- Ad. .4 .ft fha. ' ha... f-1 .J -ig ij f-J 3,1-I. Q 'Nv -2' LARRAINE GARNER, Home Economics Education .... Jackson BEN GARRETT, Pre-Med .................... Franklinton, La. ROY JOSEPH GAUTHE, Marine Biology ............ Gulfport WARREN WALTER GAUTIER, Speech .... ...... P ascagoula GARY G. GAY, Commercial Art ......... ..... M obile, Ala. WAYNE THOMAS GEISEL Health and Physical Education .............. Philipsburg, Pa. CHARLES C. GEMEINHARDT, Music Education ..Hattiesburg CYNDA GWEN GIBBON, Secondary Education ........ Newton IRA DAUNTON GIBBS, General Business .... Franklinton, La. CAROLYN D. GIBSON, Elementary Education .... Brookhaven LETHA M. GIBSON, Elementary Education ............ Laurel RAY KELLY GIBSON, Computer Science .......... Clarksdale JEANNE E. GILLESPIE, Home Economics Education ..Natchez JEAN GLEN GILLETTE, Home Economics .... Fort Worth, Tex. JOAN VIVIAN GILLETTE, Georgraphy ...... Fort Worth, Tex. WARREN T, GILLIS, Marketing ........................ Biloxi ALBERT KENNEDY GLISSON, General Business ...... Magee VERSA GOAD, History .............................. Belzoni CHERYL ANN GOFF, Marine Biology ......... Ocean Springs ELLEN SUE GOLDEN, Home Economics Education ...... Petal JOSE MARIE GOVEZ, Chemistry .......... Caracas, Venezuela B. LARRY GOODMAN, Public Address .............. Meridian RACHEL ANN GOODMAN, Elementary Education ..Meridian CHERYL LYNN GOODWIN, Medical Technology ..Lumberton JAMES DAVID GORDON, Business Management ........ Sardis RICHARD FRANCIS GOVERSKI Physicial Education .................... Mechanicsville, N.Y. WILLIAM RUSSELL GOWER, Music Education ..Hattiesburg LAURA INEZ GOYER, Biology ................... Hattiesburg PAUL GILVERT GRACE, Computer Science ........ Meridian BARBARA NELL GRAHAM Elementary Education ....... .... B looming Grove, Tex. DON MICHAEL GRAHAM, Accounting Petal LINCOLN PALMER GRAHAM, Industrial Arts ..Waynesboro MARY GRACE GRANTHAM, Library Science ..Harnpton, Va. JEMMY SUSAN GRAVES, Political Science .......... Ellisville PAUL GRAVES, Physical Education ......... ..... T ylertown HERBERT JAMES GRAY, II, Finance .... Hattiesburg WAYNE EDWARD GRAYSON, Biology ..... ..,. H attiesburg DAVID HENRY GREEN, Political Science ......... Heidelberg WILLIAM F. GREEN, Finance ............ Warner Robins, Ga. ELDON LINDEUL GREER, Math Education ...... Brookhaven T. BILLY GREER, Accounting ................... .... J ackson MICHALE DAVID GREGORY, Music Education ........ Tupelo CHARLES OREN GRIFFIN, Business Administration .Quitman T. MICHAEL GRIFFIN, Marketing ............ New Orleans, La. JAMES LAWRENCE GRIFFITH Industrial Technology .......... ..... H attiesburg uniors BARBARA JO- GRIFFITHS, Music Education .... Fairhope, Ala. CELESTE CAROLYN GLISSON, Biology ......,... Mobile, Ala. JAMES LAMAR GRAY, Accounting .........,......... Biloxi DAVID PAUL GRISSOM, Business Management ...... Laurel FRANCES KAYE GRUBBS, English ................ Tylertown RODNEY JOSEPH GULLO, Management .... CHARLES EARL GUTHRIE, Mathematics ROGER LEON GUYSE, French History .... BARBARA JEAN HAAS, Comercial Art ..... EVELYN ANN HABEEB, Elementary Education ALICE MIRIAM HACKETT, Speech Pathology . BILLY TASWELL, HACKLER, Accounting THOMAS ELIAS HADAD, Business ......... . . . .Gulfport . Laurel . . . . .Forest . . . . .Jackson . . . .Pascagoula .......Jackson Hattiesburg . . . . .Vicksburg JANIS E. HAGIN, History ........................ Long Beach ANN GEORGE HALE, Home Economics Education .... Natchez EDDA DOLORES HALE, Elementary Education ...... McComb PENNY ANNE HALE, Psychology ................ Poplarville JAMES CLARENCE HALES, Management ........... McComb BARBARA GAYLE HALFORD, Home Economics .... Meadville CANDACE E. HALL, Executive Secretarial Studies ...... Biloxi CHARLES MAC HALL, Industrial Technology Philadelphia JUDY K. HALLENUS, Elementary Education .New Orleans, La. BO H. HAMANN, Biology ........................ Tampa, Fla. HAROLD W. HAMILTON, Personnel Management ..Hazlehurst SHERI LANE HAMILTON, Accounting ......... .... W esson BOBBY ODELL HAMMOND, Business ........... Morgantown PATRICIA JUNE HAMMONS, Medical Technology ...... Laurel BETTY HAMRICK, Elementary Education .......... Seminary CAROLYN BETTY HANCOCK, English ..... ..... G ulfport CHRISTINA HANDJIS, English ....... . . . .Natchez DEA HANSON, Home Economics .................. Pascagoula ELIZABETH C. HARDAGE, Business Administration .... Petal DONNA JEAN HARDOUIN, Marketing ...... New Orleans, La. BEVERLY ENOCKS HARDY, Medical Technology .Pascagoula EDNA JANE HARDY, Speech Pathology ..... THAYLIA ANN HARMON, English .......... DANNY THOMAS HARRELL, Political Science .......Quitman . . . .Waynesboro . . . . . .McComb BETTY LORRAINE HARRIS, Music ................ Raymond LYNN LOUISE HARRIS, Music Education .... MARTHA ANN HARRIS, Music Education .... ROBERT RAY HARRISON, Management ..... WALTER RAYMOND HARRISON, Journalism RAYMOND E. HARTFIELD, Music Education . . . . . . .Jackson . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Hazlehurst . . . . . .Greenville . . . .Purvis JOHN ALLEN HARTLEY, Computer Science ........ Gulfport WILLIS WATTS HARVEY, Management ....... .....Rome ' 2, nm ,Q Il- 4 K N v A 1 'N fl -. is f . vw: L" I c if f"' 3.4l,.'l :Mais ' Q' 5 1522 irq 4212 3?'i3Ea, ' YQ. JI - s x Q tv' .X ., J' X X- as N BN' x N' x X X I X X an ' X . I ' , . - . N M K N gh im, ig x N .U X X N APN ,M 'K' XX ,X 5 3st X 'D' ' .J fr it asians Kw- 'Qvwx V I 5 t I xi ix 3 f i c as I M VS. SSW - :R X S x ' ink ' . up 5.1, it X . ul is X 1 ff in 2 s 'VC' ui- Q., 7. 'f f hwy, + 'CIC' it X im it if Sgsffiass ' 1 e .L , 'N X 4 X x g i . Al, .H-fx " Q -' , As--.gi Q ,sv 2 'os aaa Vsfiati I uf XY 7 af ft' W g . IYWPYW XWQX 4' ' L fx .5 g . 2 X.. xt. e- . sa--ga. - 1 Q3 X. xx X is is N f . ff ' I' sf I xx X six Q, ., Q A Vi, fl --3 .N ,s M' 4 . f 'i QT, f' nn 'ff Q nina .Salty L. 1-X W W L ., wx -- st--W ,XXN K. , , ,- li ., my ,, wsww- ...ff X x X- , 1 m x fx X., -9 if ,. , Irs 'Mix i' Q w x. , I GEORGE ARTHUR HARWELL, Biology .......... Moss Point JOHN L. HASENKAMPF, Psychology ........ New Orleans, La. CONSTANCE ANN HATHAWAY Elementary Education .................... Panama City, Fla. SILAS EUGENE HAUGHTON, Biology .............,.. Collins RAYMOND LARRY HAVENS, Science Education ...... Laurel ZORA JEAN HAVENS, Elementary Education , .Crystal Springs LINDA KAYE HAUER, Speech Therapy , ........... Vicksburg SHIRLEY ANNE HAZZLERIGG, Mathematics ...... Vicksburg ROBERT THOMAS HAYNES, Architectural Technology ,Sardis JACQUELINE MARIE HEATH, Sociology ..... ALLEN M. FLEMING, History .............. MARY FRANCES HENDERSON, Biology ...... OLIN DAVID HENDERSON, Political Science ..... LINDA CAROL HERNBLOOM, Music Education WILLIAM ALLEN HERRIN, Mathematics .... EDMOND A. HERRING, Art Education ......... WILLIAM K. HERRING, Finance and Business . JAMES WILLIAM HERRINGTON, Accounting . . JOE LARRY HERRINGTON, Management ...... ROBERT WILTON HESSON, Political Science . JANE ELLEN HIGH, History .................. KAREN JANE HIGHTOWER, Special Education DEBORAH PAULETTE HILBUN. History ...... JOHN W. HILL, History ................. PATRICIA TAYLOR HILL, Nursing .... CAROL JEAN HINTON, Child Development GRADY EARL HINTON, Chemistry ......... REITA DIANE HINTON, Medical Technology ,. CHARLOTTE ANNE HITCHCOCK ............. JUDITH ANN HODGE, History .. . RONALD PATRICK HODGES, Business GLENN P. HOGUE, Business Management .. . ELIZABETH ANNE HOLCOMBE Elementary Education .............. . . . DIXIE RHETTA HOLDER, English ............ MARY DIANE HOLDER, Business Education .... BARBARA JO HOLIFIELD, English . . .Hattiesburg .....,Prentiss ....Mt. Olive .Pascagoula ........Pear1 . . . . .Collins . . . . . . .Gautier . . .Mendenhall . . .McComb ........Laurel . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Gulfport .........Petal .....Laurel . . . . .Gulfport . . . . .Laurel . . . . .Gloster . . . . .Laurel ..........Soso ...Hattiesburg . . .Meridian . . . .Jackson . . . .Jackson . .Waynesboro Waynesboro .Moss Point Laurel MARY KATHERINE HOLMAN, Physical Education Benoit CAROL LYNN HOLMES, Special Education .... Shreveport. La. LARRY T. HOLMES, History ...................... Tylertown LINDA ANN HOLMES, Elementary Education ............... . PAUL ELLIOTT HOLLINGSWORTH, Marketing . .Atmore. Ala. GARIOW BILLY HOLLIMAN, Physical Education ..Columbus CARL MAURICE HOLLOWAY, Finance ............ Meridian SANDRA JOHNSON HOOKER, English LANCE WALTER HOPKINS, Recreation . . . .Prentiss . . . .Newton uniors GENE HORNE, Political Science ................... Centreville SHIRLEY ANN HORSLEY, Elementary Education ......Burns MELINDA HORTON, Psychology .................... Decatur HAROLD LOYD HOUSLEY, Biology .,................ Purvis EDWIN ALVIN HOWARD, Physical Education ..New Augusta DOUGLAS WAYNE HOWARD, Psychology . .Panama City, Fla. HOPE HOWARD, Elementary Education ....... HOWELL JESSIE HOWELL, Psychology .......... Taylorsville JO ANN HOWZE, Elementary Education .... Mary Esther, Fla. CARL TERRY HUDSON, Industrial Technology .... Vicksburg LINDA DALE HULSE, Dietetics ............,......... Biloxi PRISCILLA G. HUMPHREY, Elementary Education .... Laurel CAROLYN ANN HUNT, Business Education .......... Wiggins RICHARD HOWARD HUNTER, JR., Psychology .... Greenville SUE ELLEN HUNTER, Sociology . ............ . . . . . .Decatur FRANCES M. HUCHISON, Special Education .Baton Rouge, La. JAMES R. HUTTO, Sociology .................... Brookhaven JAMES RONNIE IDOM, General Business ..... GEORGE EARL ISHEE, Industrial Technology . . . JOHN CLARENCE JACKSON, Dentistry ...... JAMES WILLIAM JAMESON, Accounting JO ANN J. JANCIK, Health, Physical Education and Recreation ..................... . . . . .Natchez .....Laurel .....Moss . . . . .Gulfport . . . .Moselle JERRY WAYNE JAY, Business Administration ......... Laurel WILLARD T. JENKINS, Business Administration ....... Laurel ESTHER LILLIAN JENT, French ............... RICHARD DOUGLAS JENKINS, Advertising ..... ANN CAROL JOHNSON, Chemistry .......... B. BRAIN JOHNSON, English ............. GEORGE CARL JOHNSON, Mathematics ...... LEE JANNIE JOHNSON, Business Education JOYCE E. JOHNSON, Elementary Education ..... LINDA ANITA JOHNSON, Business Education . LYNN ALLEN JOHNSON, Industrial Technology WILLIAM HUGH JOHNSON, Political Science EDWIN RAWLS JOHNSTON, History ......... .. RUPERT PATRICK JOHNSTON, Commercial Art CHARLES RICHARD JONES, Physical Education JAMES RONALD JONES, Physical Education .Waynesboro .Pascagoula . . .Meridian . . . .Jackson . . . .Jackson . . . . .Laurel . .Tylertown . . . . .Quitman . . .Carthage . . .Meridian . .Beaumont . . . .Gulfport . . . .Stringer . . . . .Stringer MARTHA DIANE JONES, English-Journalism .... Pascagoula PERCY COLEMAN JONES, Pre-Dental .............. Prentiss RONALD STEVE JONES, Accounting ......... ROSA LYNN JONES, Elementary Education .... . . . . .Tunica .. .. . .Jackson SAMMIE FAYE JONES, Business Teacher Education .Indianola SHIRLEY DIANE JONES, Medical Technology . STANLEY CAMERON JONES, Accounting .... .......Laurel .. . .Jackson 4 ,inch fu? Y Q S' N Q W x X Ye ,Ng .fi hx . ..... . 'N IN Y 5 X 'P' 3 'N-X s lx If . w A Wm 1. I t L- ys , I X .A xt'-N 4 f. X ef K E3 a - i 1. gt 1' at A I s. . N - 'S .I ,--af s if-v nm sf E., , 1- , I2 1' I '11 373- 7 f , 2 . GG-1-f.... ra ... uf 1 .. ,. 17 W- Q.. V l "rf X ,fa I fn Q, 1' 1 I Q . A We ,g4,ff,.6!i ' . ,Lv- 5 M gg ,av it xg- Q' 33, diffs -if BRENDA J. JORDAN, Elementary Education . . .Pritchard, Ala. EMMA L. JORDAN, Speech and Hearing Sciences ..... Jackson JUDITH GALE JORDAN, History .................. Mt. Olive GENE CAYE JOYNER, Business .................. Port Gibson CANDACE M. KAJDAN, Executive Secretarial Science .Jackson BARBAR HADEN KEARNEY, Special Education ........ Money L. DORIS KEENE, Elementary Education .......... Hattiesburg ROBERT DAVID KEITH, Marketing .... .............. La urel DIXIE LYNN KELLY, Philosophy ..... .... B aton Rouge, La. GLORIA JEAN KELLY, History ..... ........ Q uitman JAMES M. KELLY, Chemistry ................ Pensacola, Fla. SARAH MAUD KELLY, Elementary Education ....... Decatur DOUGLAS L. KENDRICK, JR., History ...St. Francisville, La. NAOMI R. KENDRICK, Elementary Education ...... Columbia LINDA JEAN KENNEDY, Elementary Education .... Meridian MARILYN MARTHA KENT, Home Economics ...... Picayune KENNETH FRED KERR, Political Science ..... .... M eridian JOHN D. KERVIN, Political Science .................. Collins SARAH L. KESSINGER, Elementary Education . ,Ocean Springs LOUISE CAROL KIEFER, English ................ Hattiesburg FRANK L. KILGARD, JR., Music Education. .Coral Gables, Fla. LARRY JAMES KILGORE, Mathematics .............. Gulfport JO CAROLYN KILPATRICK, Elementary Education . .Indianola LINDA LEE KIMBLE, Elementary Education ........ McComb ERNEST RANDALL KIMBLE, English ............ Hazlehurst MELTON CASSIDY KING, Industrial Management ...Natchez MARILYN KLABUNDE, Elementary Education ...... Brandon FREDERIC W. KLOMAN, Public Address . .Lake Geneva, Wisc. OSCAR KLOTH, Marketing .................. Esteli, Nicaragua PATRICK JONES KNIGHT, Biology .......... Collins PHYLLIS JEAN KNIGHT, Elementary Education ........ Soso WILLIAM KIRK KNIGHT, Industrial Arts ............ Scooba ROBERT H. KNOWLES, Marketing ...... Corpus Christi, Tex. JOHN B. KRAUSER, Religion and Philosophy ..Montreal, Que. BARBARA CAROL KRIEGER, Business ..... ........ J ackson DONALD CHARLES KUEHN, Business Administration .Natchez CARVIN JOHN LADNER, Accounting .... J .......... Gulfport LUCIEN JAMES LADNER, Marketing .... .... B ay St. Louis MARILYN RUTH LADNER, Chemistry ............ Lumberton PATRICK H. LADNER, Industrial Technology ..Pass Christian CAROL ANN LADNIER, Speech Pathology ...Memphis, Tenn. EARL PAUL LaGRAIZE, Management ......... Chalmette, La. JOSEPH A. LaGRANGE, Music Education .... Beaumont, Tex. LARRY LYLE LAMBERT, Speech Education .......... Jackson PATRICIA LOUISE LAMBERT, General Business ...Lucedale uniors HOLLIS LEROY LANG, Accounting .. BARRY E. LANGFORD, Finance .... ....... .. . ,Magnolia ... . .Jayess JOHN T. LANGFORD, Management .................... Biloxi EDWARD J. LANGTON, Business Administration . .Long Beach BECKY JO LANIER, Physical Education ............ Meridian MARY RUTH LANKFORD, Music Education HAROLD J. LAPEYROUSE . . . . .Picayune Business Administration ............. .... N ew Orleans, La. MELVIN VEN ABLE LAUDERDALE Physical Education ........................ Doctors Inlet, Fla. RANDY F. LAWRENCE, Business Administration . .Hattiesburg GWENDOLYN LAWRENCE, Math .....,............ Handsboro WILLIAM EUGENE LAWSON, Physical Education .Hattiesburg DOROTHY SUE LEACH, Pre-Med ................ Pascagoula LINDA ANN LEACH, Elementary Education ........ Meridian RITA JANE LEACH, Speech Education ..... ........Union ROBERT ERNEST LEARD, III, Chemistry .... .... H attiesburg LARRY WAYNE LeBLANC, Pre-Med .... Hattiesburg MARIE LYNNETTE LEE, History ......,... .. . .Jackson RONNIE W. LEE, Industrial Management .............. Pinola THOMAS LINDSEY LEE, Personnel Management ..Vicksburg WAYNE C. LEE, Sociology .......................... Meridian WILLIAM MAX LEE, Finance .......................... Pinola FRANK JACKSON LEIKER, II, Political Science . .Long Beach GEORGE BURWELL LEGGETT, Biology ............ Gulfport RICHARD B. LEGGETT, Business Administration ..Vicksburg BETTY IRENE LETCHWORTH, Health ............ State Line JOHN RAYMOND LESKOVEC History and Political Science ...... ..... P ensacola, Fla. RITA FAYE LEVERETTE, English , Leakesville DANNY WAYNE LEWIS, Industrial Management .... Meridian W. CARROLL LEWIS, Industrial Technology ........ Quitman MARIQUITA LINDLEY, Clothing Merchandising . . . .Vicksburg HELEN LYDIA LINDSEY, Elementary Education .... Gulfport JUDYTH HUNTER LIGHTSEY, History .......... Sandersville ELLEN MARIE LITTLE, Accounting ...... .........Plain CHARLES T. LITTLEPAGE, Accounting .......... Hattiesburg RANDALL JOE LOFTON, Physical Education .... Brookhaven PATRICIA M. LOFTON, Elementary Education . . .Brookhaven JANICE TAYLOR LOGAN, Elementary Education .Sanatorium LINDA MAE LOGAN, Business Education ............ Jackson CHARLES T. LOMBARDE, Geology ........ . DANNYE WAYNE LONG, English . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Brandon BRENDA GAIL LONG, Elementary Education , .Pensacola, Fla. PATRICIA LUCILLE LOPER, History . SHERRY FAY LOPER, Music Education ....... Hattiesburg . . . . . .Laurel 'TOMMY RALPH LOPER, Physical Education ........ State Line WANDA GAIL LOPER, English ............. ......Laurel '- .. S- K- 5 X s X x YS .. 5 Y b '- us. f - X Q I N, - it "x A . ,.,, 1f...."s "" I X Wig 5 I xx A if -my i su., ts . ' , YN-.4 . R 5 'MT' A if "Suit "Q a I N " -as RQ , X x E fx, Y b, vN wt vi 4?-r Q. R. i Q-.L S.. if W RN .5135- if W if-nf ,Q time W fel .. ' if Q- : ,, A . - - t A A egg, B3 Q, S V ,- . 'ix it sm- 5 Q N' Q I xx my an p w...,,W: Q S Y W. Q Y ' -Q tg ' 1 " ' i 5 F ' M X ,K . fu Q I . 'lf ., T . wr" .' ... . ,vis .Af . . I . . sg' X 2. 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MARION MYER LUND, English ...................... McComb KATHY CLAIRE MacDOWELL, French ........ Bay St. Louis MARGARET ANGELA MACLENNAN, Recreation .... Opp, Ala. SUSAN L. MADDOX, Executive Secretarial Studies .... Laurel SHERRY ANN MADISON, Sociology ................ Meridian CAROLYN LUCILLE MAGEE, Physical Education . .Tylertown JAMES EARL MAGEE, Statistics ................ Hattiesburg STEPHEN RAY MAGEE, Pre-Dentistry ...,. Jackson RONALD GENE MAKAMSON, Biology ................ Jackson EMERY EARL MALONE, Industrial Technology ...... Richton B. CLAYTON MANNING, English ................ Philadelphia VALERIE JEAN MARCY, Education .............. Handsboro PATRICIA ANN MARING, Elementary Education ..Hazlehurst LYNITA MARS, Special Education ....... . . . .Picaytme GERRY CHARLENE MARTIN, English ...... ...,. M cComb PERRY WAYNE MARTIN, Communications ....,... Columbia MERLE J. MARTINDALE, Recreation ....... New Orleans, La. SYBIL ANN MARTY, Music ......... GARY LAMAR MASON, Management .... DAVID CLARK MASSEY, Accounting DAVID LONGINE MASSEY, History .... RICHARD D. MATHIS, Mathematics . . . . .Casper, Wyo. . . . . .Shubuta . . . .Gautier . . . . .Forest Meridian LINDA GAYLE MAULDIN, Elementary Education ..Meridian MELINDA JANE MAULDIN, Medical Technology ...... Laurel TERRY KENNETH MAXWELL, Psychology ........ Moorhead PAUL EDWARD MAY, Biology ................ Union Church DONNA KAY MAYFIELD, English .................. Meridian LARRY BRUCE MAYO, Industrial Technology ..... Louisville SUSAN CLAIRE MCBRIDE, Marketing .. ..........Enterprise GAYLE R. B. MCCAFFREY, Elementary Education . .Monticello HERBERT DON MCCALLUM, Chemistry . JAMES NOLAN MCCANN, History ...... JOHN HOWARD MCCANN, JR., Pre-Med SUSAN KIRKLAND MCCLINTOCK, Music HUGH W. MCCLINTON, Management .... SHARON MCCOWN, Spanish ............. NORMA LEE MCCOY, Child Development ..........Tylertown . . . . . .Sebastapool .. .. . . . .Hattiesburg Education .Jackson ............Quitman .. .... Columbia ....Jackson DAVID RUSSELL MCCRACKEN, Political Science .... Meridian uniors SHARON KAY MCCRANEY, Medical Technology ..Pascag0ula MIKE ALEX MCCRORY, Advertising .................. Forest HAROLD OWEN MCDONALD, Marketing .... ....... F orest MICHAEL T, MCDONALD, Pre-Dentistry .......... Ridgeland JOHN TURNER MCELROY, Psychology ...... Gulf Shores, Ala. JOYCE MCGEE, History .............. ..... B rookhaven VIRGIL WAYNE MCGEE, Mathematics .... Hazlehurst EDDYE DELORES MCGRUDER, English ...... ..... L aurel TEMPLE ANITA MCHENRY, Merchandising ........ Quitman JAMES DOUGLAS MCHENRY, Political Science ........ Laurel CHARLOTTE ANN MCILWAIN Home Economics Education .............. .... R ichton LINDA ANN MCINNIS, Special Education .......,...... Laurel VERNA DIANE MCINNIS, Elementary Education ..Hattiesburg CAREY U. MCINNIS, General Business .......... Jackson, Ala. MICHAEL DEAN MCINTYRE, General Business ...... Natchez THOMAS OLIVER MCINTYRE, History ............ Vicksburg LARRY W. McKENNON, Architectural Technology .Yazoo City BETTY JEAN MCKINION, Mathematics ..........,..... Forest RACHEL LOUISE MCKINLEY, Business Education ..Ellisville MARILYN ELIZABETH MCLENDON Home Economics Education .......... .... G rove Hill, Ala. HORACE E. MCMAHON, Mathematics ............. Hattiesburg BEVERLY ANN MCMASTER, Library Science ........ Benton BETTY RUTH MCMICHAEL, Marketing ............ Gulfport MONA MCMICHAEL, Secretarial Studies ........ Hattiesburg ROGER AMES MQMURTRY, Psychology .,.. .... G uifporf JOHN WILLIAM MCNAIR, JR., Pre-Pharmacy ...... Mt. Olive BILLY CHARLES MCNEECE, Political Science ..El Paso, Tex. JOHN NOEL MCPHERSON, Accounting ............ Gulfport THOMAS H, MCPHILLIPS, Pre-Dental .......... Mobile, Ala. JAMES TIMOTHY MCREE, JR., Personnel Management .Louin LINDA GAIL MEADOWS, Elementary Education ...... Richton CHARLES CHRISTOPHER MERRILL Business Administration ..................... Ocean Springs LINDA SUE MERRILL, Medical Technology ...,.. Buckatunna RICKY MERRITT, Business Administration ....... Mobile, Ala. ALICE S. MIDDLETON, Elementary Education .... Hazlehurst JUDY CAROLYN MILEY, Medical Technology ........ Raleigh LEIGHTON SMYLIE MILLER, Finance ............ Clarksdale MARTHA FAYE MILLER, Personnel Management. .Hazelhurst MARY LYNN MILLER, Nursing ................. Philadelphia BETTY CAROLYN MILLING, Business Education ..... Union PHILLIP LEE MILSTEAD, Mathematics ....... ..... M oulton SUSAN ADKINS MINNIECE, Library Science ....... Meridian CAROLYN E. MIRABILE, Elementary Education ..... Natchez JOSEPH V. MITCHUM, Personnel Management .... Pelahatchie DeRITA ANN MITCHELL, Home Economics ..... Belmont A ,LW 4 V. M42 N J W ' iff, V Ii, '27 ' ,,f ' .wwf 1 - ff 1 I ,,.. 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MO-RGAN, General Business .............. Jackson WILLIAM R. MORGAN, Political Science and History .Jackson BOBBY JEAN MORRIS, Elementary Education .... Hattiesburg MICHAEL M. MORRIS, Psychology .... ....... D ayton, Ohio GEORGENE MOSES, Marketing .................... Yazoo City ROBERT LOUIS MULLINS, Archtecture Drafting .Brookhaven LINDA ANN MUNN, Home Economic Education ........ Biloxi JOHN MAX MUNN, Industrial Technology ........ Little Rock JEANNIE LaRUE MURPHY, Elementary Education .... Grenada MICHAEL CHARLES MURPHY, Biology .......... Pascagoula ELEANO-R JANE MURRAY, Elementary Education .... Laurel BOBBY JOE MUSGROVE, Biology .................... Laurel JIMMY GUY MYERS, Industrial Technology ..... .... La ke MARILYN MYERS, Elementary Education .... .... L aurel BYRON DENHAM MYRICK, Fine Art .......... ...... L aurel HARVEY LUTHER NAVARETTE, Marketing ...... Pascagoula MIGUEL NAVEDA, Pre-Med ..................... Lima, Peru ANN NEELY, Elementary Education .... ..... J ackson MABEL ELAINE NELSON, Executive Secretary .... Pascagoula SYLVIA ANN NELSON, English McComb SYLVIA L. NELSON, Elementary Education .... Pensacola, Fla. BRENDA JANE NETHERLAND, Business Education ...Laurel LESLIE DAVID NEWMAN, Business Administration . .McComb NANCY MARIE NEWMAN, Recreation ....... ........ B iloxi REBECCA ANN NEWSOM, Music Education ...... Newhebron MARY EDITH NEWTON, Sociology .......... ...... G ulfport BRENDA JOYCE NICHOLS, English .............. Yazoo City JOHN F. NICHOLSON, JR., Medicine .... Oklahoma City, Okla. MARCO W. NICOVICH, Pre-Engineering .......... Hattiesburg LYNDA LEE NOBLE, Elementary Education .... Opean Springs PEGGY ANIECE NOBLES, Special Education ......... Ellisville IVA JO NORRIS, Library Science .............. Ft. Myers, Fla. ERNEST EDWIN NORTON, Marketing .... ...... B rookhaven uniors LARRY MAURICE NORWOOD, Physical Education .... Laurel JAMES ANDREW NUCKOLS, General Business ............. LINDA NELL NUNNERY, Pre-Med .................. Jackson MICHAEL OWEN NUTT, Geography ........ Panama City, Fla. MARY ANNETTE ODEN, Business Education .......... DeKalb ANN ODOM, Health and Physical Education ..Prairieville, La. LARRY JOE ODOM, Physical Education .......... Buckatunna LYNN O'DONNELL, Business Education ..... ........ O vett MICHAELE THOMAS OGLESBEE, Theater ........ Pascagoula JOHN SHARP ORRELL, Industrial Arts ..... ..... C harleston WEEZIE ORY, Elementary Education .............. Fluker, La. SHIRLEY HUGHES OSWALT, Elementary Education .Meridian BARBARA ANN OWEN, Mathematics . Picayune GENEVIEVE RICE OWEN, Theater ..... ..... M obile, Ala. NAN EMMA OWENS, History ....... Byram VICKI KAY OWENS, English ........................ Magnolia JACQUELINE PACE, Clothing and Merchandising .... Magee RITA PAGE, English-French ...................... Hazlehurst JOHN F. PALM, Biology tPre-Dentall New Orleans, La. MARGARET ELLEN PALMER, Elementary Education .Gulfport GERALD PARISH, Geography .......... ..... L aurel CHARLES STEVEN PARKER, Biology ...,.......... Quitman SUSAN JANE PARKER, Elementary Education ..Zachary, La. JUNERIA THERESA PARR, Music Education ........ Jackson LINDA KAY PARSONS, Elementary Education ...... Meridian BILL-IE N. PATRICK, Physical Education .......... Pelahatchie CECIL PATTERSON, Accounting ......... ..... L ong Beach EILEEN MAY PATTERSON, Sociology ..... Long Beach ELIZABETH KATHRYN PATTERSON Spanish and English ................... ..... B rookhaven CHARLOTTE DIANE PAYNE Elementary Education ........ ..... C rystal Springs ANNE E. PEARSON, Special Education .......... Hattiesburg MARGARET LOUISE PEDEN, Music Education ........ Biloxi GLENDA VEE PEEL, Medical Technology .......... Quitman SHELLEY PERCY, Special Education ........ .... W aco, Tex. JOAN NOEL PEREGOY, Speech Pathology .... ........ B iloxi CYNTHIA PERKINS, Journalism and English ..... Laurel LOUIS RONNIE PERKINS, Geology ........ .... R aymond BONNIE EUGENIA PERRITT, Mathematics . Jackson LeROY ROBERT PERRONNE .................. Pass Christian MARTHA NELL PERRY, Elementary Education .Ocean Springs ROBERT MORGAN PETERSEN, Public Address ...... Meridian GERALD DEE PHILLIPS, General Business .... ...... O vett JANIS PHILLIPS, Psychology ........................ Carthage ANDREA G. PICKARD, Home Economics Education Bogalusa JOAN M. PICKETT, English ...,...................... Jackson ,rw uw., X x S X as t ' -XVSSEXS X ag , M we ' I X . L AX , xt " A C "En" Nuns . - s:-1 .. .. -:.::..ts:s.. . Q , ' . XR I' " 5 Y ti. Q -' Q ' I .- W. -1 . 'X f' A t. . is .rx K x . J: 'N is it X "S: A " wi "". A . Q 5 tr. '5 X ff--- 5, + w -lf' . 340 s..,,,,x . x R- A A L ' - ' N45 .. X: , 1 5' -. g. 1 X - at. H - N 'w I 1 It Q. at .tg 5' we 'T as , YQ ' 5' . 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Pascagoula MARY JO POLLMAN, Elementary Education ..... Mobile, Ala PAMELA A. POOLE, Drawing and Painting .. . ..... Ellisville CURTIS EARL POPE, History .,.................. Leakesville ARTHUR JOSEPH PORCARI, Geography .... New Egypt, N.J. JACQUE POSEY, Speech Education ...................... Petal RUBIN SCOTT POSEY, Business .... ..... G ulfport JERRY MACK POWE, Chemistry .... Buckatunna DONALD RICHARD POWELL Business Administration ................ ........ P icayune JANICE M. POWELL, Child Development ..... Crystal Springs MICHAEL GLEN POWELL, Commercial Art ,..... Bay Springs JUAAN DIANE PRESCOTT. Home Economics ..Houston, Tex. MARY GENE PRESSLEY, French ..............,..... Wiggins CAROLYN DIANE PRESTON, Business Education .... Wiggins DENNIS E. PRICE, Biology Education ............. Hattiesburg HENRY ESCOE PRICE, Radio and TV ....... ..... G ulfport INGRID DAYNE PRICE, Medical Technology ........ Meridian KATHEL ELAINE PRICE, English ........ NELSON VALDEZ PRITCHETT, Business .... Tampa, Fla. JAMES DAVID PRIVETT, General Business .....i.. Stonewall . . . . .Bassfield LYNNE PROSSER, History .................... Bay St. Louis MELINDA R. PRYOR, Recreation .,.. ......... J ackson EDDIE DARNELL PUCKETT, Accounting ........,... Raleigh ELIZABETH DIANN PUCKETT, Home Economics .... Chunky LARRY L. PURVIS, History ...................... Pelahatchie SANDY QUICK, Speech Education TERRY ALTON QUINN .......Collins Business Administration .... Bogalusa, La. CAROLE JEANNE RAGLAND, Chemistry ...... Ocean Springs JEAN LEONA RAINER, English .......... ...... M eridian CHARLES FOSTER RAINWATER Industrial Arts Teaching ............. ..... H ouston, Tex. JOE DAVID RANKIN, Finance ....................... Magee GEORGE EDWARD RASCO, Political Science ,.... Pascagoula WARREN E. RATCLIFFE, Business Education .... Heidelberg ALFRED GARY RATH, Business Administration ..Perkinston RICHART DANIEL RAWLS, History ............ Hattiesburg ROSIE MARIE RAY, Speech Education .......... Ocean Springs BETTY JANE RAYBORN, Home Economics ........ Pascagoula uniors JAMES ROBERT RAYBURN, Finance ..... ..... H attiesburg REBECCA MARIE RAYFIELD, Spanish .............. Jackson DOROTHY GWINN READ, Elementary Education .... Lucedale CHARLES HENRY REDDIN, Journalism .,....... GEORGE WILLIAM REDDING, Biology .... LESTER H. REED, Industrial Technology CLARA R. REEVES, Recreation ............ CHARLES W. RHODES, Political Science .......... PATSY JOYCE RHODES, Home Economics .... . JOHN GARY RHYMES, Accounting ........ .....Laurel . . . .Jackson . .Columbus . . . . .Amory Hattiesburg . . .Brandon . .Columbia RONALD STEPHEN RICHARDSON, History ........ Pachuta EARL GLEN RICHMOND, Mathematics ..,..... JUDY ANNE RICHMOND, Accounting MARK HOMER RICHMOND, Marketing ...... WAYNE O-TIS RICHMOND, Pre-Dental ....... .Tylertown Walnut Grove ..... .Gulfport .Ocean Springs JANIS CAROLE RIDOUT, English ............. .... M eridian WILBERN AMOS RIGDON, Music Education ....... Meridian TOMMY MITCHELL RILES, Marketing .......... .... La urel ALLISON MARCUS RILEY, Corrective Therapy ....... Laurel GRADY RAY RILEY, Physical Education Waynesboro JUDITH EILEEN RILEY, English .............. ..... B iloxi MELBA JANE RILEY, Elementary Education ........ Carriere MARIE ELIZABETH RINEHART Elementary Education ........................ Bogalusa, La. CATHERINE MARY RING, Drawing and Painting . . .Vicksburg BILLY HERBERT ROBERTS, Corrective Therapy ...... Laurel LINDA GAIL ROBERTS, Elementary Education ........ Neely RUBY FRANCES ROBERTS, Home Economics .... Mobile, Ala. STEVEN EUGENE ROBERTS, Computer Science .... Jackson THOMAS KEITH ROBERTS, Computer Science DIANE FAYE ROGERS, Elementary Education WILLIAM NIAL ROOK, History ............ JOHN LAMAR ROSS, Radio and Television .. PAUL KENNETH SMITH Computer Science and Statistics .... RICHARD ARLEN ROUSE, Sociology THOMAS CLEVELAND ROUSE Industrial Technology ....................... THOMAS CURTIS ROUSE, General Business . . . MICHEL ALLEN ROWELL, Industrial Arts .. MARY LOUISE RUDD, Sociology ............. . . . . . .Meridian ........Laurel .. ..... Braxton ......East Fork .......Jackson . . . .Pascagoula . . . .Lucedale . .... Gulfport . ..... Newton . . . . .Pascagoula BARBARA ANN RUSSELL, Elementary Education ..Columbia BONNIE SUE RUSSELL, Elementary Education .... Pittsboro DARNELL C. RUSSELL, Business Education ........ Sumrall DORCEL ANN RUSSELL, History ................ Bay St. Louis HOLLAWAY KEITH RUSSELL, Computer Science .... Wesson RHETT RALPH RUSSELL, Zoology ...,........... Hattiesburg V f V , qw ? x W , . X fm' if K 5 ,. if ' 7 ZW W X W wif X 14" "t-' Tigf' ' sh , V lj, , K 1 , 4 f 'f f 6 2 , Q' if if , pt. , if? ri ' Ji 13' i' 5.95, ' IW'?34u,,, o 1' ' A ow W faf 4:3 , Q . Q 'wif 63" WL, wr--, I Y Z. - 1 th, fi 431 4 . f W 'iv 43. gc ff?-"" 5 f ill . 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Olive Philadelphia ...Meridian . . .Meridian RICHARD OLIVER SADLER, Math ......,... ....... B etonia ERIN FAYE SALTER, Elementary Education IMAZELLE SALTERS, Elementary Education ..... .Hattiesburg .Hattiesburg STEPHEN GARY SAMPLEY, Industrial Technology . .Ridgeland EARL CONRAD SANDERSON, JR. Business Administration ........................... Lucedale GRACE E. SANDERSON, Art Education .... ..... P icayune ELIZABETH CECILE SAUCIER, Spanish .... Gulfport ROBERT DOUGLAS SAVELL Business Administration ..... .... F airfax, Va. SUZANNE P. SCHEXNAYDEN, Political Science .... Waveland RONNIE SCHIFANO, Business ........................ Biloxi KATHRYN ANN SCHLEDWITZ Speech Education .................. .... M emphis, Tenn. ONIS MERL SCOTT, History .............. .... M cCall Creek PATRICIA ELAINE SCOTT, Journalism GROSS SCRUGGS, JR., Music Education .... CHARLES ROBERT SEARLE, History .... JO ANN SELLERS, Journalism ............. MARY SERAFIN, Clothing Merchandising Roswell, N.M. . . . . .Meridian .Hattiesburg . . . . .Lucedale Gulfport VICKIZ ANN SEWALL, Sociology ......... .... O cean Springs MILTON JOSEPH SEYMOUR Business Administration ...................... Ocean Springs ANNE B. SHADDOCK, Elementary Education ........ Jackson JUDITH ANN SHANK, Nursing ..........,....... Hattiesburg LINELL GRACE SHAVE, Library Science .. . .... Handsboro DIANN SHAW, Elementary Education .... ..... H ernando PATRICIA DIANNE SHAW, Biology .. ..,..... Louisville SHIRLEY ELAINE SHAW Elementary Education ...................... Necaise Crossing GLYNELL SHELBY, Elementary Education ...... Taylorsville JANET LOUISE SHELTON, Geography .......... Tripoli, Libya KAY ELIZABETH SHELTON, Medical Technology .... Laurel REBECCA LYNN SHEPPARD, Elementary Education Ellisville JOSEPH WALTER SHERRILL, Mathematics Hattiesburg LYDIA REBECCA SHIRLEY, Executive Secretarial Laurel JOHN E. SHIVERS, Recreation ................ JAMES DAVID SHOEMAKE, Finance .... CARROLL OLETA SHOWS, Medical Technology JUDITH EILEEN SHOWS, Medical Technology .. STEPHEN HAROLD SHOWS, Oceanography . . . .Prentiss . . . .Collins . . . . .Laurel .. . .Laurel ..,.,Ellisville THOMAS NELSON SHOWS, Industrial Technology .... Laurel BERNA KAYE SHUFF, Elementary Education ....,.... Laurel uniors DIANE SHUDREN, Elementary Education .,.. ...... D rew HELEN ANETA SIMMONS, Theatre ................ Meridian JAMES ALLEN SIMMONS, Business Administration ..Natchez KATHY SIMMONS, Journalism ..................... Jackson MARY ELLEN SIMMONS, Home Economics ........ Magnolia MARTHA MARIE SIMPSON, Mathematics Biloxi CHARLES RALPH SIMS, Physical Education ........ Seminary MARSHALL RONNIE SIMS, History ............. Bay Springs PATRICIA L. SINCLAIR Executive Secretarial Studies ..... ,... M eridian LARRY THOMAS SINGLETARY Industrial Technology ........... .... C linton WALTER EDWIN SIPES, Psychology .... .... L ubbock, Tex. DANNY DeLOY SKELTON, Marketing ................ Biloxi DEBORAH ANTONIA SKRNICH, Elementary Education Biloxi CELITA SLADE, English ......................... Hattiesburg MARY JANE SLAY, Elementary Education ..... Quitman MARY LOU SLIGER, Education ..... Weirton, W.Va. HAROLD ROSCOE SMELCER Commercial Art ............... .... P anama City, Fla. ALVIN LAKE SMITH, History .................. Waynesboro BEVERLY G. SMITH, Elementary Education ........ McComb CANDACE L. SMITH, French .................... Long Beach CAROLYN KAY SMITH, Speech Therapy .... ..... La urel CHARLES M. SMITH, Radio-Television .. ........ Picayune DANIEL BLOOD SMITH, History ............ Pensacola, Fla. DONALD ALLEN SMITH, Political Science .......... McLain DOUGLAS IRVING SMITH, Accounting .... Sidon GARY WAYNE SMITH, Biology ................ Luxora, Ark. HERMAN WILLIAM SMITH, Special Education Little Rock IMOGENE SMITH, Elementary Education ............ Richton JANEANE SMITH, Library Science .......... 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T ylertown IVAN LEROY THOMAS, Mathematics ............., Vancleave JAMES EARL THOMAS, Industrial Technology ....,. Gholson JOHN MADISON THOMAS, Accounting .......... Mobile, Ala. uniors JUDY DALE THOMAS, Horne Economics ........ Philadelphia NOMA ELLEN THOMAS, Psychology .......... Bay St. Louis FRANCES GLYNN THOMPSON, History ........... Meridian LARRY C. THOMPSON, Personnel Management ...... McComb ROBERT KENNETH THOMPSON, Psychology ...... Pascagoula JANE SYLVIA THORNELL, Fine Arts ............ Vicksburg ROSEMARY THORNELL, Elementary Education ...Vicksburg GEORGE WARREN THORNTON General Business ............................ Crystal Springs JAMES C. THORNTON, History ..................... Brandon EUGENE THEODORE TIBBETT, Communications ..... Laurel HARRY NEAL TILLERY, Music ......,.............. Clinton 'IOMMIE JEAN TILLERY, Home Economics Education . .Laurel WILLIAM M. TIMMONS, Political Science ........ Hattiesburg ROSS F. TINGLE, Physical Education ..... ...... M eridian AUSTIN WILLIAM TOLAR, Marketing .... ..... T ylertown DONALD WAYNE TOLAR, Elementary Education .... Liberty LARRY JOE TOLLESON, Business .................. Mt. Olive BETTY LORAINE TOPP, Clothing Merchandising .... Gulfport CLIFTON RAY TOPP, Raidio and Television ...... Pascagoula STEWART EMERY TRAUTMAR, JR. Hospital Administration ............. ..... G ulfport KENNEH HARLON TRAYLOR, Chemistry .......... Sumrall THOMAS KEATON TRIGG, JR., Marine Biology ..Hattiesburg JAMES ALBERT TROUTMAN, Management .......... Pinola JAMES ALEXANDER RUSSELL, Industrial Arts . .Hattiesburg DANNY M. TRUSTY, Music Education ............. Tylertown HELEN SUE TUCKER, Elementary Education ........ Jackson JOSEPH ANTHONY TULL Business Administration .................. Panama City, Fla. DENNIS SYLVESTER TULLOS, Accounting .......... Magee MARY FRANCES TUMINELLO Elementary Education ............. .. .... Jackson SHERRY A. TURNAGE, Journalism .... Mt. Olive HOMER BRYANT TURNER, Finance . . . .... Columbia JAY ARTHUR TURNER, Physics .... ...... B iloxi WILLARD CULLY TURNER, JR. Physical Education ..............,............... Clarksdale PATRICIA A. TUTTEROW, Home Economics ......... Tchula MIKE W. TWIBELL, Personnel Management ..... Laurel G. NORDINE TWILLEY, Physical Education .... Bessemer, Ala. JAMES WILLIAM ULMER, Personnel Management .... Laurel MARY EVELYN UPCHURCH, Elementary Education . .Jackson PEGGY ANN UPCHURCH, History ................... Belzoni NELDA K. UPTON, Home Economics Education ........ Soso LESLIE W. USHER, Marketing ....... ....... M eridian RICHARD N. VAN EGMOND, Finance ............ New Albany KAY FRANCES VARGA, Business Administration .... Jackson CHARLENE VARNELL, Physical Education .......... McComb DONALD MAHLAN VAUGHN, Speech Education .... Aberdeen 4 1- --., 75? . YIQQ , at A 4. 1 ,Ravi x S 1 mx gs, 'N- 'hfw 3 X e i Ns . hw iz,-:Y 1521- URW? . fx X g in X 'S R R X xxx XXX ...Q , ll R X Q ,- s. ,,s,s..o X.. X x ' Q.. 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KENNETH LEE WALKER, Music Education LEE VIVIAN WALKER, Sociology ..... MILTON LEWIS WALKER, Morkouog WILLIAM E. WALKER. Psychology ............. JOHNNY MAC WALL, Business Administration Brookhaven ........Tupclo Long Beach .,..Madcira, Portugal .Hattiesburg . . .Lucedalc Sewell, N.J. Chicago, Ill. . . . .Natchez . Pascagoula .Pascagoula . .Escatawpa . .Tylertown . . .Lucedale .Pascagoula . . .Meridian .....Byhalia . . . . . ,Decatur NANCY GALE WALLER, Recreation ...... Birmingham, Ala. THOMAS MICHAEL WALLIS, Zoology ......... Syracuse, N.Y. PATRICIA LYNN WALLS, Business Education ...... Natchez CAROLYN EDELLE WALTERS, Journalism ..,....... Laurel CHARLOTTE LYNN WALTERS, Sociology ....... SHEILA ANN WALTERS Clothing Merchandising . . SHIRLEY MARGARET WALTERS, Biology ..... WAYNE BILLY WALTERS Mathematics and Computer Science . . . . . . . BILLY T. WALTMAN, Marketing ....... DIANE WALLEY, Music Education GEORGE U. WARBINGTON Personnel Management ...... .... CHARLOTTE ANN WARREN, Biology ............ .Little Rock Mobile, Ala. .Mobile, Ala. .Hattiesburg . . . . . . .Lake . . . . .Richton .Moss Point .Hattiesburg RICHARD GRADY WARREN, Industrial Technology ..Laurel SARAH B. WATSON, Business Education ........,... Gulfport CYNTHIA KAY WATTS, Home Economics Education Picayune JAMES RAYMOND WEBER, Chemistry KATHERINE LYNN WEBSTER, History THOMAS CHARLES WEEKS, Chemistry DONNA FAY WEIDMAN Business Education ...... WANDA FAY WEIDMAN Elementary Education ............ STANLEY EDWARD WEIDMAN Business Administration ......... ..............Newton ....Meridian ..............Laure1 . . . .Birmingham, Ala. ..,..Birmingham. Ala. ............Waveland MARIANNA WELBORN, Home Economics Education . . .Laurel BARBARA DALE WELCH, English .................... Pinola LAWRENCE MICHAEL WELCH. Biology .... EDDIE KATHERINE WELFORD Elementary Education . . . .Laurel Okolona LINDA DIANE WELFORD, Elementary Education .... Lucedale uniors SARAH KATHLEEN WELFORD, English . . . .... Lucedale RONALD HUGH WELLS, Commercial Art ...... McComb WILLIAM B. WELLS, Physical Education ............ Meridian PHILLIP DUANE WHARTON, Music Education . .Lakeland, Fla. GERALD TAYLOR WIDDON, Political Science ........ Biloxi CAROL ANN WHITE, Political Science .... .... A thens, Ga. JUDY C. WHITE, English ................. .... B rookhaven LEE SANDRA WHITE, Music Education .......... West Point ELTON FAULKNER WHITLEY, Industrial Technology . .Tupelo LINDA CAROL WHITMARSH, Commercial Art ...... Starkville PHYLLIS ANN WHITTINGTON Elementary Education Hazlehurst SHARON KAY WHITINGTON, English ....... ..... L iberty BARBARA SUE WICKER, Physical Education .......,. Forest THOMAS NASH WICKLIFFE, English and History ...Natchez JACKIE HAROLD WIGGINS, Biology ................ Wiggins ROBERT GERALD WIGGINS, Industrial Technology . .Lucedale LYNN HAROLD WILDER, Radio-Television .......... Tupelo CHERY DIANE WILGAR, Music Education PATRICIA DIANNE WILHITE Elementary Education ................ .,.. P ascagoula SONJA CAROL WILKES, Recreation .... ........ P etal ......Petal VIRGINIA ANN WILIAMS, Business Education ...... Picayune BILL R. WILLIAMS, Physical Education ........ Chipley, Fla. BOBBY EUGENE WILLIAMS Business Administration ....... ..... S emmes, Ala. CAIN ELBERT WILLIAMS, JR. Business Administration Jackson GEORGIE ANNA WILLIAMS, Political Science .... Handsboro JACQUELINE MAE WILLIAMS, Sociology ........ Pascagoula JAN ANN WILLIAMS, Home Economics ........ Lincoln, Neb. JOAN ALEANE WILLIAMS, Music Education .... Hattiesburg KEITH RONALD WILLIAMS, History ............... Jackson MARY ELAINE WILLIAMS, Business Education .... Picayune ROBERT NELSON WILLIAMS Instrumental Music Education .................. Pascagoula SHIRLEY JEANNE WILLIAMS, Home Economics ..Charleston WINNIE PENNYAN WILLIAMS Elementary Education .......... PHILIP FARRELL WILLIS Music Education .................. .... P anama City, Fla. CELESTE WILLOUGHBY, English .. ........... Liberty .....Laurel BETTY WILSON, Elementary Education ..... Tampa, Fla. DOROTHY LOUISE WILSON Pre-Medical and Chemistry .................. Ocean Springs EUGENE CLIFFORD WILSON, III, Marketing ........ Jackson ROBERTA KAY WILSON, Library Science . Winona KAYE BRYNDA WINDHAM Elementary Education ............. .... H attiesburg SANDRA KAYE WINDHAM, English ..... Laurel RICHARD EUGENE WINK, Geography .... ....... G ulfport JOHN WILSON WINTER, JR., Biology .. . ..... Mobile, Ala. GLEN E. WODRICH, Accounting ................ Palatine, Ill. ROY DAVID WOLGAMOTT, JR., Marine Biology ...... Laurel 48 'X .M 5 . Y-' K f' .. .ig if tl X A 1 in-an is-Q 859' ,wx sf - ,xx ' WWW -ni 4- A au... 6 ' : ,,1,.. N V218 Q X X53 'fn' .X I ff 9 ss A 7' fn a. 4' i s 'f ii Y Sv Q, N ,, DN . i- . R w- f- Q 'x I-. X x . . 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Bogue Chitto Everything can't be learned in the classroom. . 349 an ywm., Sophomore Class Officers: Vicki Farr, treasurerg Danny Mitchell, presidentg Fran Sullivan, secretaryg Bob Cote, Vice-president. PEGGY LOUISE ADAMS SHARON ANN ADAMS .............. ..... FRANK WILLIAMS ADERHOLDT ...........Biloxi JUDITH ANN AINSWORTH ......... ..... BRENDA SUSAN ALLEN .... LEAH BETH ALLEN .......... JANNA SUE ALLBRITTON .... DENNIS SPEDALE ALLEN MALCOLM E. ALLEN .......... PAMELA CARLOTTA ALLEN ROBERT SPENCER ALLEN Ocean Springs . . Clarksdale Bay Springs .Hattiesburg . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Baton Rouge, La. . . .Magnolia . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .Gulfport TERRE ELIZABETH ALLRED ....... ..... MARGARET CECILIA ANDERSON ANNA SUE ANEST ................. HENRY MILTON APPERSON, JR. . . . . . . CHAFIL ARBACH ...,.......... Volt JAMES ROBERT ARRINGTON CHARLES HARWOOD ATKINS LYNDA MARIE AULTMAN ..... JIMMIE KAY AUTRY ...... 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LINDA ANN BARKER .... CHARLOTTE MARIE BARNETT . REGINA DIANE BARR .......... JUNE SHANNON BARRETT CLARENCE EARL BARTON .... MARGARET CAROL BASS ..., NORCIVA ROASALIE BASSI JANICE MARIE BEARD .... LINDA SUE BEAVER ...... CRAIG EDWARD BECKER .... CHARLES RAY BECK .... FREDDIE ROY BEGGS .... BRIAN R. BELKNAP ..., CHERYL JEAN BELL CHERYL JEAN BELL .... KATHY BELL ......... RAFFAELE G. BELTRAM ........ EDWARD WILLIAM BENFIELD .. ANNE BENKE ................. RICHARD E. BERQUIST MIMS W. BERRY .,....... ROBERT GERALD BERRY .... RONALD E. BERRY ............ THOMAS MICHAEL BIZZELL ..... KATHLEEN BLACKBURN ........ RAYMOND ALLEN BLACKLIDGE JOHN W, BLAKENEY .... MARY ELLEN BLAIR .... DAVID MIKE BLISSETT MARY BOLAND ............. JAMES ELWOOD BONEY .... MICHAEL STEPHEN BONNER SYLVIA DIANNE BOOTH .... EVA JEAN BOOZER .......... ROBERT E. BORGER ........... DONALD HARRISON BOUNDS .. JOSEPH ALLAN BOURGEOIS BARRY KYLE BOUNDS ....... LARRY CLYDE BOURNE E. ANN BOWDEN ......... HALL GUS BOWERING DOROTHY JEAN BOWIE .. LANA KAY BOYCE .... NITA LOUISE BOYD THOMAS H. BOYD .... RON VANCE BOYLES .... .,....Hattiesburg ..Cint-innati, Ohio .......W0odville ...........Biloxi . . . .Pass Christian ......,.....Biloxi Panama City, Fla. ............Forest ....Lisman, Ala. .......Jackson . . . . .Gulfport .....Sumrall . , . . .Decatur . . . . . . .Lexington ....Houston, Tex. ....Itta Bena . . . . .Vicksburg . . . . . . . .Meridian .....Dallas, Tex. . . .Pensacola, Fla. ...........Tupelo . . . . .Poplar Bluff, Mo. .........Picayune . . 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FRANCES WALDINE BRUMMETT CAROL-E ELIZABETH BRUNSON . MARTHA JO BRYANT .......... WILLIE YVONNE BRYANT ..... LENA KATHRYN BUCK .... SONJA E. BUFFINGTON .... WAYNE ROY BURKE ...... JOHN C. BURKHALTER .... LINDA JEAN BURNHAM ....... MARTHA LYNN BURRAGE .,.. WILLIAM LARRY BURRAGE WAYNE LEE BURRUS ......... CAMILLE SUSANNE BUTLER DIANE BYNUM ................ FRANCES ANN BYRD ........ BRENDA DIANE CAIN HUGH ELERY CAIN ....... KENNETH W. CALDWELL JANE MARY CAMPBELL MARY FAITH CAMPION ...... GII.-DA FATIMA CANIZARO JOHANNA KATHERINE CAPTIVA JOHN SCOTT CARR SUSAN H. CARR ........... NANCY JO CARTER ......... DEBORAH MADELINE CASE . . . HARRIETT VIRGINIA CAUL .... CHRIS S. CAVE ................... LINDA GAYLE COUNTRYMAN .... . . . BRENDA CAROL CHANCELLOR .... . ELIZABETH ANN CHANDLER .... GAIL LINDA CHAPMAN ..... JAMES WILSON CHEEK ......... MARY ROBERTA CHISHOLM .... DANNY JOE CLARK ............ DORA SUE CLARK .. . GEORGANNE CLARKE ........ SHIRLEY R. CLAY ............... RANDALL HOWARD CLEMENT .. THOMAS JAMES CLEMONS ...... . BRUCE WHEELER CLIFFORD . . . . .Hattiesburg ........Ripley . . .. . .. .Columbia . . . .Lakeland, Fla. . . . . . .Louisville .New Orleans, La. .. ....... Mobile, Ala. . . . .............. Morton Panama City, Fla. ..........Gulfport ........Natchez . . . .Ocean Springs ..........Jackson . . . .Lexington, Ky. ..........Jackson .San Antonio, Tex. ...........Jackson . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ..........Biloxi . . . .Searcy, Ark. . .New Orleans, La. .........Seminary . . . . .Yazoo City . . .Pascagoula . . . . .Jackson .....Temple, Tex. . . . . . .Jackson . . . . .Sumrall ........Laurel . . . .Mabile, Ala. . . . . .Hattiesburg ........Biloxi . . . . .Natchez . . . . .Waveland .......BiIoxi . . . . . . .Pascagoula , Pensacola, Fla. . . . . . . .Heidelberg . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Canton ...........Jayess .. . . .Bay St. Louis .Bay Minette, Ala. ............Laurel .........Gulfport ......Jackson . . . . . .Hattiesburg ...........Natchez .Poplar Bluff, Mo. ............Webb . . . . . . .Pascagoula ......Mobile, Ala. .Burkburnett, Tex. . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ...........Morton 52 V I V . f f Q , . 2 , gg? 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BRENDA GAIL COOPER LESLIE CAROL COOPER .... ROBERT EDWARD COTE ..... SALLY KEARNY COUSLEY GLORIA JEANNETTE CRAFT .. MARGARET ANN CRAIG ..... HAROLD DeWITT CRAIN ...... EVELYN THEODORA CREEL . JAMES DURELL CROWDER .. JERRY WAYNE CRUIT .......... CHARLES RAYMOND CRUM .... PATRICIA ALICE CUBLEY ....... KENNETH PARKER CULPEPPER RO-BERT LEE CUPIT .............. LYNN DALE CURTIS .... GERRARD P. CUTILLO .... JESSIE RICHARD DABBS .... WILLIAM FRAN DABBS EMILY A. DAHLGREN THOMAS ROBERT DAMICO DIANNE DANFORTH ....... NANCY DANIEL ...... JONATHON T. DART DOROTHY DAVIS .... DYANNA DAVIS ................ CAROL MARIE DAVENPORT ...... WILLARD J . DAVIS ........... KATHERINE MCCULLOCH DAVIS JIM HEYWARD DAVIS ......... LINDA LURLINE DAWS HARLAN G. DEAN ......... LARRY R. DEAN ............... NANCY ELIZABETH DEANE .. UWE FREDRICK DEEGEN ANDRE AMORE DE LLACER .. ED M. DENNIS ................. MARY CATHERINE DENT ..... MARGARET LEE DETHLOFF .. DONNA LYNN DILLON ....... GLENDON JAMES DILLON ELIZABETH LINDA DISHAROON LINDA RAE DOBBS ............ ALLEN EDWARD DOERING ...... CHARLES MICHAEL DOHERTY ......Hattiesburf1, New Market, Ala. Port St. Joe, Fla. .. . . . .Brookhaven . . . ,Pascagoula . . . .Moss Point . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . .... Ocean Springs ..........Laurel . . . . .Sandersvillc .........McComb . . . .Saralar1d, Ala. .........Morton ....Albany, N.Y. . . . . .Greenville .....Magee .....,..Morton . . . . .Tylertown .........Biloxi . . . . .Columbus . . , .Atmore, Ala. . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Hattiesburg ........Laurel . . . .Meadville ..........Jackson . . . .Arnityville, N.Y. .....Mobile, Ala. ........Quitman . . Pensacola, Fla. .........Jackson . . Pensacola, Fla. . . . .Bay St. Louis ...........Biloxi . . . . .Hattiesburg .........Prentiss . . . . .Hattiesburg .......Prentiss . . . . . .Gulfport .....Mobile, Ala. . . . . .Waynesboro .....Pearlington . . . . .Hattiesburg . . .Pass Christian ...Biloxi .. ...... Mobile, Ala. . . .Pensacola Fla. ..........C0llins . , . .Moss Point . . . . .Tylertown Tylertawn . . . .Port Gibson .........Biloxi .....Natcbez . . . . .Natchez Sophomore-:S MALCOLM RONALD DOLEAC .... MARY ELIZABETH DONNELLY ROSY ELLEN DONOHUE ........ WALTER RAY DOTY ........ JACQUELINE ANN DUEITT SHARON ALETHA DUNGAN MARGARET JEAN EAGAR .... . A. STANLEY ESLEY ..,.. ,. ,, CLAUDE NELSON EASTERLING RAY E. EBBERMAN ............. ELIZABETH EMILE EDMONDSON . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ...........Meridian . . . .Jacksonville, Fla. ........ .Pascagoula . . . . .Citronelle, Ala. . . . . .Prentiss . . . . . . .Jackson . , Baker, La. . . . ...... Laurel . . . . ,Biloxi .................Edwards KEVIN RICHARD EDWARD ............ Harrington Park, N.J. PATRICIA LUCILLE ELLIS .... SUSAN LYNN EMRICK ...... GARY MARTIN ERIKSEN .... TERRY ESTEP .................. MARK RICHARD EUBANKS ..... R. MARSHALL EUBANKS ..... CHERYL ELOISE EVANS . . . JESSE R. EWELL .......... WILLIAM N. EWING ......... MARY HELEN EZELL .......... STEPHEN CHARLES FAIGLE .... VICKI LYNN FARR ............ SANDRA LYNN FAULKNER SERGIO WALTER FERNANDEZ .. LUCIA ANDERSO-N FISHEL ...... JEAN WILLIAMS FILLINGAME ELLEN FINCH .................. NANCY JEAN FLATT JANE COLLEEN FLETCHER ..... JOSEPH E. FLOYD .............. RACHEL GAYLE FORTENBERRY SUSAN ELIZABETH FOWLER .... EDITH LYNN FOX ............... SUSAN FRAISER , POLLY FRANCIS ........ ANN MARIE FREEMAN ......... LINDA ROSE FRIERSON ......... RICHARD FIELDS FULKERSON GARY RAY FULLER .............. RICHARD ARTHUR FULLER, II . RICHARD FULLER .............. BECKY ELIZABETH GADDIS JAMES MONROE GADDIS ...... MARTHA JANET GARDNER ..... SARAH MARGARET GARRAWAY ............Waynesboro . . . . .Natchez .....Biloxi ..........Gulfport . . . .Pensacola, Fla. . . . .Woodbridge, Pa. .............Petal ........Jackson . . . . . .Fairfax, Va. . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Upper Darby, Pa. ............JackSon . . . . .Hattiesburg Guantanamo Bay, Cuba ...............Hattiesburg . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Hattiesburg . , . .Handsboro .....Quincy, Ill. . . . . . .Meridian Pascagoula ........Biloxi . . . . .Jackson Jackson . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Picayune . . . .Magee . . . .McComb ..,.....Bil0xi . . . .Monticello Forest . . . . .Columbia DOROTHY LEE GAMMEL ......... . . . .... Silver City .... . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Hattiesburg LINDA LEE GARRIGA ............... ..... P ass Christian JOE EDWARD GARVIN ............ .... N ew Orleans, La. JUDITH LYNN GARY ...... DONNA FAYE GATLIN ........ HERMES QUINN GAUTIER .... ELLA SUSAN GETER ....... 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PAMELA CELESTE GLISSON G. CHARLOTTE GOFF .....,.. SUSIE ELYSE' GOFORTH .... DANNY LEE GOLDMAN ............ CONSTANCE MARIE GOLEMAN .... JAMES HOLLIS GOLMAN, JR. .... . DONNA LYNN GONSOULIN .... DONALD LARRY GRAFTON . . . IRIS ELAINE GRAFTON .... LINDA DIANE GRAFTON ....... CYNTHIA LEIGH GRAHAM .... EVELENE GRAHAM ......... JENNIFER SUE GRAHAM .... PEGGY W. GRAHAM .....,.. ROBERT DAVID GRAHAM ....... DAN GORDON GREATHOUSE .... D. WILLIAM GREEN ........... MILDRED ESTELLE GREER ..... JAN SHARON GRIFFIN LINDA GRIMSLEY ............ DIANE RAE GRINDLE ............. .... ......Picayune . . . . .Hattiesburg ....Mt. Olive . . . .Clarksdale ....Carmel, Ind. . . . .Long Beach . . . . .Jackson . . . . .Magee . . . .Lucedale . . . .Gulfport .........Natchez . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Monticello .......Biloxi . . . . .Laurel ......Laurel ..............Biloxi ..New Orleans, La. ............Summit . . . .Eight Mile, Ala. . . . .Pensacola, Fla. . . . .Mobile, Ala. . . . . . . .Fayette . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .McComb ..,....Boga1usa, La. . . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg Midwest City, Olka. REBECCA MCWILLIAMS GULLY . . . .............. Grenada DAVID HASCAL GUNTER ....... MARCO' A. GURDIAN ......... WILLIAM VAUGHN GUY, JR. .. PATRICK FLEMING GUYTON MARY LOUISE HAFFEY ........ JOHN C. HAMMALK PAMELA ANN HAMMOND ....... THOMAS EDWARD HAMPTON .... VICKI LYNN HANSON ........... DONNA GAYLE HARDIN ....... NANCY ALTHEA HARMON .... MARTHA LOU HARRELL .... DONNA LYNN HARRIS .... RIDLEY LEE HART ......... JAMES EDWIN HARVEY N. RUSSELL HATTEN MARY ELAINE HAUGHTON .... JANICE MARIE HAYES ....... JEAN MARLYN HEAVRIN .... BRENDA HEFLIN ......... LINDA HEFLIN CYNTHIA GAY HEGWOOD .... VICKI SUZANNE HELMS ......... MARTHA CAROL HENDERSON TOMMY HENDERSON ............. DAVID MALCOLM HENSARLING ............AgTlCOI8 . . . .Leon, Nicaragua . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Kosciusko . . . .McComb . . . .Quitman . . . .Moss Point . . . .Yazoo City . . . . . .Gulfport .....Mobile, Ala. . . . . .Hattiesburg .......Jackson .........Newton ... .Fairhope, Ala. . . . . . .Poplarville .......Wiggins .........WestPoint . . . . . .Riceville, Fla. . . . . .Youngstown, Ohio .............Laurel . . . .Laurel I . . . . .Beaumont ........Tupelo . . . .Brookhaven . . . . . . .Jackson . . . . .Hattiesburg Sophomores SANDRA KATHRYN HERNBLOOM HAL CARLISLE HERRON ......... JAMES MALCOLM HETHCOX .... RANDALL L. HIGGINBOTHAM .. BETTYE CAROL HILL .......... CAROL GLYNN HODGES JANET LOUISE HODGES . . , , . STEVE CHARLES HOELSCHER . . . JACK H.HONEA ., . ANGELA DIANNE HOOD .... STEPHEN CRAIG HOOD ....... EMILY LOUISE HORNE ......... JANICE CAMILLE HORNBEAK .... .. ROBERT JOHN HOSKIN .......... . . . .Jackson . . . .Batesville ........Petal .........Biloxi ....Bay St. Louis . . . . .Natchez Biloxi . . . .St. Paul, Minn. . . , . Magnolia .. . .Yazoo City ...........Natchez . . . .Pensaco1a, Fla. . . . . .Prichard, Ala. Delray Beach, Fla. DORMAN MCARTHUR HOWELL .... .......... T ylertown NANCY HOWELL ..... CAROL HUMPHREY ....... MAJEL HUNT ................. MARY ELIZABETH HURST .... KARON BEATRICE HUSSER . . . CAROLE B. HUTCHINS ........... SHARYN LYNNE HUTCHINSON .. SUZANNE HUTTE ................. ROBERT DEWEY INGRAM ....... LINDA LEE IVY .......... DONNA LYNN JACKSON ...... TONI CYRILIA JACKSON ........ CHARLES WALLACE JARMAN .. MIMI A, JEFFERY ............. PATRICIA ANN JOACHIM .. . BARBARA CASCAL JOHNSON .. JOSEPH MARK JOHNSON ....... JEAN MARIE JOHNSON ........ MARTHA CAROL JOHNSON . . . KAREN M. JOHNSON ........ JEAN CLARE JOHNSTON .... JOHN HOWELL JONES .... CHARLIE VINSON JONES CREIGHTON ANN JONES .... HOUSTON B. JONES ...... LINDA K. JONES ....... SANDRA NELL JONES ........ PATRICIA ANNE JORDAN .... GLYNDA DIANNE JORDAN .. RONALD EARL JORDAN ..... SANDRA LYNN KELLAR .... SUSAN ANN KENNEDY CLAUDETTE KENNEDY WILLIAM LEE KERZEE .... ANNE CHERYL KIDD .... LINDA BAXTER KING .... WANDA ANN KING ............... FRANKLIN BRUCE KLEINHANS .... . . JOHN V. KRAJESKIE ............ JEAN SUSAN LaCASSE .... ......Bi1oxi . . . .Ebenezer ........Sturgis . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .McComb . . . . .Long Beach .. . .Boga1usa, La. . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .McComb . . . .Jackson .....Laurel .......Brandon ........Gulfport .. . . .Bay St. Louis ...........Biloxi . . . .Carthage .........Laure1 . . . . .Mobile, Ala. . . . . . . .Woodville . . . .Pensacola, Fla. . . . . .Shubuta ........Sal1is . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Meadville . . . .Hattiesburg .........Jackson . . . . .Fairhope, Ala. . . . . . . .Columbus . . . . .Waynesboro .....Mobile, Ala. . . . . . .Picayune . . . . .Philadelphia ............Magee ..Gainesville, Tex. . . . . . . .Enterprise . . . . .Louisville . . . . . . .Taylorsville ..High Ridge, Mo. . . . .Toledo, Ohio . . . .Wilmette, Ill. R22 , H Nr Q 3 pg... V. I in , 1 ,. '1jW'f,C if , ,Y L ax .Z Ni 'M .. M f 4 X .ww . 1" ' 7" " if 'Q it ,V .- ,4 f f I , iv i 1 :ML Q. 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PAMELA VIRGINIA LIEKE .... GAIL BETTIE LINDLEY ......... THOMAS DAVID LITTLEPAGE .... JOHN HENRY LLOYD . NANCY ELIZABETH LLOYD .... RHEA PEARY LOMAX ......... SUSAN IRENE LOTT . . . JAMES KENNETH LOVETTE .... JANICE MAE LOWNBORG ..... MICHAEL ALLEN LUCKETT .... ANN ELIZABETH LUSK ...... DIANNE LUTRICK ........... JOYCE MARIE LYLE . . . J. THOMAS MacDERMOTT ...... GORDON ARTHUR MacDONALD THOMAS NORMAN MADDOX . GLORIA KATE MAGEE ........... ANDREA CLAIR MAGLATHLIN JOHNNIE EARL MALONE DIANNE MALONE ............. KATHLEEN MAE MALONEY ..... DEBORAH LYNN MANNING .... BETTY LEE MAPLES .......... CAROLYN DIANE MARKLEY .... . . DONNA GAIL MARSHALL ..... WILLIAM R. MARSHALL ...... CANDICE KAREN MARTIN .... MARILYN KAY MARTIN BETTY MARTINDALE .... JANET M. MASON ....... LARRY A. MATHES ...... MARY SUSAN MATHEWS JOY ELAINE MAY ........ ..........Natchez .....Bay St. Louis .......Newton ....Magnolia ....Tunica ............Biloxi ..........Jackson Schenectady, N.Y. ..........Jackson ............Macon . . . .Hansboro . . . .Columbia . . . . .Jackson . . . .Carthage . . . . .Tylertown . . . . .Hattiesburg .........Wiggins Prichard, Ala. ...........Biloxi . . , . .Meadville . . . .Quitman . . . .Handsboro . . . . .Hattiesburg .......Mose1le . . . . .Hattiesburg Prichard, Ala. . . . .Dothan, Ala. ........Laurel Bassfield . . . .Wesson . . . . .Gulfport .. . .Canton . . . . .Biloxi . . . . .Jackson . . . . .Gulfport . . . . .Hattiesburg .........Jackson .....Aora1a, Ala. . . . . .Tylertown . . . . .Brandon . . .Pensacola Fla. . . . . . . . .Gulfport . . . . .Bay St. Louis .......Jackson . . . . .Vancleave . . .Alexandria, Va. . . . . .Dayton, Ohio . . . . . . . .Gulfport . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Meadville .New Orleans, La. .........Lucedale . . .Bay St. Louis . . . . . .Centreville .....Mobile, Ala. Sophomorcs DAVID COOK MAYFIELD JUNE KAY MEADOWS ..... ROBERT WADE MELLING .... JOHN ELVIS MELTON ..... EDMUNDO MENDIETA ........... ANITA FAIRCHILD MCANDREWS .,.. CHARLES M. MCARTHUR ........ KAREN ELAINE MCCOOL .... PENNE MCCORMICK ........ ELLEN WELCH MCCURDIE JOYCE CAROL MCDANIEL .... LINN MCDONALD ................ FRANCES OZELLA MCDOWALL ALAN REA MCDUFF ............ DIANNE LEE MCFATTER CAROLE J. MCFERRAN .........,.... VICTORIA CAROLYN MCGARITY PEG MCGEHEE ................... RICHARD E. MCGILVRAY .... PAMELA ANNE MCGUIRE . . . MARTHA SUE MCILWAIN .... MARY ANNE MCINNIS ........ LINDA DIANE McKAY ............ JOHN NEWTON MCKENDREE . CAROLYN ANN MCLAUGHLIN .. . E. JEANNENE MCMULLAN CLAYTON WAYNE MCNAIR . . . .Taylorsville . . . .Mendenhall ...........Poplarville ...............Grenada Managua, Nicaragua . . . . . . .Collins . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .Jackson . . . . .Meridian . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Brookhaven . . . . .Heidelberg . . . . . .Jackson . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Louisvi1le, Ky. ......Albany, Ga. ........Jackson . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Columbus, Ohio . . . . .Pascagoula .. . . .Yazoo City . . . . .Bogalusa, La. . Bradenton, Fla. . . . .Waynesboro Baton Rouge, La. . . . . . . . .Ridgeland ROBERT LLOYD MCNAMEE .... ..... J ackson DONALD WENDELL MCNEIL ..... .... M agee CAROLYN DIANE MCRANEY .... .... P etal IVA DOYLYN MCRANEY .... .......... P rentiss ANN MCWHORTER ........ ........ H attiesburg REX JOHN MICHEL ................ .... N ew Orleans, La. IRA JOEL MIDDLEBERG ................... New Orleans, La. CHARLOTTE ELAINE MIECZYNSKI .. HELEN DIANNE MILLER JAMES L. MILLER ........ MARILYN GAIL MILLER .... JERRY MILLS ............ NORMA ELAINE MILLS JOEY MILSTED .................. MARBURY ELIZABETH MIMS DANNY F. MITCHELL ................... . . . . . .Bay St. Louis . . . . .Columbia . . . .Mobile, Ala. . . . .Woodville . .. . ..Fu1ton . . . . .Picayune . . . . . . . . .Ocean Springs . . . . .Birmingharn, Ala. Corpus Christi, Tex. DOUGLAS KENNEDY MITCHELL .... ............... B iloxi GARY COOLEY MITCHELL ......... JOE RUSSELL MOFFETT ..... DONNA REECE MONROE ....... EDWARD BROOKS MONSOUR MONTY CLAYTON MONTFORT ..... CHARLES DAVID MONTGOMERY CAROLYN EDNA MOORE DIANA LYNNE MOORE KAY DIANE MOORE ...... PATRICIA ANN MOORE .... SHARON KAY MOORE .... . . . .... Laurel . . . . . .Gulfport . . . .Taylorsville . . . .Vicksburg . . . .Starkville . . . . .Natchez . . . .Woodville . . . .Enterprise . . . . . . .Seminary .........Pascagoula . . . . .Pensacola, Fla. 8 ' f hw j H 0. 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MARY ELIZABETH NELSON MARY THERESE NETTERVILLE PAULA KAY NEWMAN ........ DALE HUNT NICHOLS .......... CHRISTIE SHARON NICHOLSON VERONICA ANN NIOLET ...,... CONNIE JEAN NIXON ..... ELAINE NIXON ........... JANET KING NOBLE JACQUELINE DIANNE NOBLES ELAINE CYNTHIA NOYES ...... DONNA MARIE NUESSEN ..... JUANITA LOUISE NUCKOLS .. CHARLEEN ANN NULL ........ GARY ODOM ........... LYNN CHERYL ODOM CAROLE MARIE O'CAIN ........ RALPH STEVE OLIER .......... COLLEEN ELIZABETH O'MARA JUDITH T. O'NEAL ............. RICHARD DONALD OVERBY . . . TOMMY LEE OWENS ......... MARY ELIZABETH PAGANO DON LEWIS PARAGON ..... LUIS F. PAREDES ..........,... MARY CAROLYN PARKER .... VIRGINIA LYNN PARKER ..... TERRY LEE PARKINSON ...... DOUGLAS TAYLOR PARKMAN JEROME GEORGE PARSON, JR. NANCY L. PARTRIDGE ......... MARTHA LEIGH PASS .......... BARBARA ANNE PATTERSON . DONN ROBERT PAUL ......... BONNIE RAE PEACOCK ......... CAROLINE ELAINE PEACOCK . DIANE CELESTE PEEL ........ PEGGY LYNN PEERSON . . . PATRICIA GAIL PENTON .... . . . .Picayune . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Gulfport . . . .Hattiesburg ...........Biloxi .....Mobile, Ala. New Orleans, La. . . .Pass Christian ........Cartl'1age . . . . .Gulfport . . . . .Meridian ......Jackson Hattiesburg . . . . . .Natchez New Orleans, La. .........Jackson ........McComb ...........Biloxi .Nashville, Tenn. .. . .Dothan, Ala. . . .Pass Christian . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . . .Jackson ....Jackson, Ala. ........McComb . . .Ocean Springs ......Quincy, Ill. .........Laurel . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Hattiesburg .....M0bile, Ala. . . . . . .Canton ......Biloxi . . . . .McComb . .Riverview, Fla. .......Jackson .........Jackson . . .Pass Christian . . . . .Ridgeland . . . .Lima, Peru . .. . . .Newton . . . .Hattiesburg ........Drew Columbia Biloxi ... . . .Pascagoula . . . .Water Valley . . . . . .Jackson .. . . .Laurel .....Mobile, Ala. ........Belzoni . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Gulfport . . . ,Picayune Sophomores PATTY PERKINS ......... SANDRA ANN PERKINS BRENDA B. PERSON ...... M. CHARLES PERSONS .... JANICE CAROL PETTUS .... DAVID WALKER PHILLIPS .... MAUREEN PONDER PHILLIPS EDWARD TYSON PHIPPS ...... MARTHA NELLE PICKETT ..... DANIEL SAYLE PITTMAN, JR. ELIZABETH ANN PITTMAN JAMES EWELL POGUE ......... JANISE GREEN POLEWODA MARIE LUCILLE POLK ........ WILLIAM LESLIE POLK, III .... SHARRON DIANNE POPE AL JACK PORTER ......... GLORIA GENE PORTER ....... RALPH RAYMOND PORTER BUDDY POTTER ............. BARBARA A. POWELL ..... CAROL RAE PRATHER ....... SAMUEL SCOTT PROTHRO .... MARILYN ANN PSENCIK .... NANCY MILLER PYLANT .... JACK EDWARD QUIN .......... MERRILYN JANE RAGLAND .... RONALD PALMER RAHAIM ..... ROBBIE ELIZABETH RANDALL CLIFTON EDWIN RATCLIFF, JR. .. MARY ANN RATER ..... MARTHA A. RAWLS .... GLYNN RAWSON ......... JERRY PAUL RAYBURN ...... MAXINE RENEE RAYBURN .... HAMILTON DYKES REBER, JR. .. JAMES WILLIAM REED ........ LEE OLLIE REED, JR. G. ERIC REUTER .......... FRANCES JAN RHODES .... JAMES HAROLD RICE .... SHARON LYNN RICH ......... SUZIE ENGLISH RICHARD .... ELIZABETH RICHARDSON . . . LYN C. RICHARDSO-N ....... WILLIAM ROBERT RICHERSON, JR. MEREDITH RICHMOND ............... ELIZABETH KATHLEEN RICHTER .... .. JOHN WILLIAM RICKNER .......... WILLIAM C. RIEDEL CHARLES EDWARD RIELS . . . A. LARRY RIGBY ......... FRANK EARL RIGGS .... BETTY ANN RIMMER RITA JOYCE ROBBINS .....Jackson ......Laurel . . . . .Columbia . . . . .Lucedale . . . . .Pascagoula . . . . .lndianola . . . .Mendenhall .... . .Natchez . . . . .Newton . . . .Grenada ..........Columbia Montgomery, Ala. .. . . . .Mobile, Ala. . . . .Hattiesburg .. . . . .Jackson ......Jackson . . . . . . . .Greenville ..........Jacks0n Panama City, Fla. ..........Jackson . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Meridian . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Meridian . . . .Purvis . . . . .Columbia Holly . . . . .Richton . . . .Columbus . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .Vicksburg . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Carthage . . . .Hattiesburg .......Collins .......Petal .......Gulfport ..........Natchez . . . .Hanleville, Ala. . . . . .Tallahassee, Fla. . . . . . .Gulfport . . . .Long Beach .........Picayune . . .Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery, Ala. . . . . . .Booneville . . . . . .Hattiesburg . .Mississippi City . . . . . .Hattiesburg Carlstadt, N.J. . . . . .Lucedale .........Forrest . . . .Hattiesburg .......Canton . . . . .Columbia I ft J 'Q ,- I 4. .. I an tg QL .r ims J . .f I N Av C I , ...', , . - ' I .., ,..,. . . X3 nf Tit. ' AQ- L33 M if , ep I . ? '1,zze.fiie:fw, 4,:17ff-- 'ix f .. ,.,-Ha j if as ' - . . X Vx . fu , . , J., If Q i mfw I X . .it A N." I , ' f 5' V ,WW sy Q. A - ' V j If T I ' I' ' f ' 'QS ' .. , ,,.,., , , . , J '39 f if ' .. . ,, if- I Jr.. , J ',.. , A if Zim . gl . "" Q, A KL.. -32 .W ' 3' x - . Q ' ,Q , Q.. II Qual . if 3973.1 . I qv A , . .Q 1 N W ,,, I . gl GA Z -R J y 5 Q' , I 4.6 Al 1. y Z- :aa 2 L- , I , . I It -f IA A 'Bi IA K? Us it " ff , x- K ' , .gk X? f W--v I ll laws will 'v-- .. I I . , - I - W N fn 1 A L- I - 'I g try ' I Q I s it it J " Q.: I f ' O WMA 'N 5 fr y.7? .' . I aaf2.v.fV ' 1 H4 A Z? I Z ' M , I Z8 ' 12,-V ,LJ f I J N! . I . I -' A fl S.. 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ROSA LINDA ROBERTS ANITA KAYE ROBINSON JOHN ANDREW RoDGERs PEGGY JEAN ROPER ........ LANE M. ROSS ............. LARRY HARRISON RoUsE WEBSTER HARRY ROWAN ..,. DENISE KAREN ROWE ..... RITA JEAN ROWZEE ........... CATHERINE IRENE ROYALS GLENDA SUE RUDDER .... KAREN LEE RUFF ....... RITA LOUISE RUNNELS ...... MARGARET A. RUSHING .... CYNTHIA ANNITA RUSSELL ROBERT EDWARD RYAN ..... HOLLY CHRISTINE SABA .... SERENA ANN SABLICH .... PAUL ALAN SALA ........ PATTY ANN SALIBA ...... S. JANE SANDERS ........... BEVERLY ANN SANDIFER ALLAN J. SARRAT .....,.....,. EUGENE WINFRED SARTIN, JR, BETTY SASSER ..........,....... STUART L. SAUCIER ........... VIRGINIA ELLEN SBARDELLA . LULA B. SCHANROCK .... DONNA J. SCHWINLER ROBERT EARL SCRUGGS ..... DANA LEIGH SELLIER ........... CHARLES DAVID SHAMOON .. DIANA RUTH SHAW JOHN DANIEL SHEEKS MARY JANE SHEELY ..... HELEN ANN SHEPARD JOY ANN SHEPHERD .... BRENDA RAE SHOEMAKE .... JAN OPHELIA SHOEMAKER LINN MARGARET SIEVERS ..... CHRISTOPHER GALEN SIGLER .... ELIZABETH LOUISE SILLS ...... DIANA GAIL SIMMONS ....... WILLIAM SIDNEY SIMMONS JIMMY T. SIMPSON . . LARRY BARTON SIMPSON .... ELVER GEORGE SKINNER RONALD WESLEY SLAUGHTER WILLIAM THOMAS SLAUGHTER WILLIAM ERSKINE SLAYTON, JR. . . . . . MARSHA CHARMAINE SLAY .... CHARLES MERRICK SMITH .... . . . .Jackson ........Biloxi . . . . .Pascagoula . . . . .Quitman ........Mize . . . .Lansing, N.Y. . . Pensacola, Fla. . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Raymond . . . .Jackson .........Laurel . . . . .Lumberton . . . .Bogue Chitto . . . . . .Booneville ....Long Beach .........Petal ....Hattiesburg ..........Biloxi . . . .Hattiesburg ............Biloxi Baton Rouge, La. . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .Jackson . . . . . .Columbia .. ..... Bay St. Louis ........Jackson . . . .Sumrall . . . .Gulfport . . . .Jackson . . . . . .Jackson . . . .Bay St. Louis . . . . .Greenville Eupora . . . .Mattoon, Ill. . . . .Pelahatchie . . . .Columbia . . . .Jackson .........Petal . . . .Mendenhall . . . .Greenville . . . .Jackson . . . .Jackson . . . . .Magnolia . . . . .Picayune Morton . . . .Jackson .. . .Gulfport . . , ..,.. Churchland, Vla. . . . .Bay St. Louis . . .PenSacola, Fla. .........Lucedale . . . .Bogalusa, La. l lu Sophomores GERRI SMITH ,.,, . . LEE ETTA SMITH ........ MICHAEL LYNN SMITH .... MIGNON LEIGH SMITH ...... STEPHANIE MARIE SMITH SUSAN REBECCA SMITH .... THOMAS ALBERT SMITH .... BRUCE ALLEN SMYTHE , . J EFFRY ALAN SOLOMAN ........ CLIFTON ARTHUR SPACKMAN HAROLD WATSON SPENCE, JR RONALD JAMES SPERANCE . . . CHARLES STANGE ........... RACHEL CAROL STANLEY LILLI MARIE STAUSS ....... PAUL LOUIS STAUTER ...... TERESA ANN STEGALL ....... . , , Ovett . . . . .Columbia . . . .Escatawpa . . . .Tylertown .. . . .Jackson . . . . . .Meridian . . . .Philadelphia . Moss Point .. . . . .Lucedale . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . . .Tylertown . . .Pass Christian New Orleans, La. .............Isola . . . . .Jackson . . . .Moss Point .........Jackson WAYNE DUSTINE STEPHENS .... ........... C anton BRIAN E. STEVENS .......... CAROL ANN STEVENS SUSAN STEVENSON ........ CYNTHIA ANN STEWART DAVID ROY STEWART MARY KAY STEWART .... JANE ROSE STOUFER THOMAS WAYNE STRANGE .. JESSE LaRAY STRINGER .... MICHAEL STRINGER ...... JOAN STUMBAUGH , , FRANCES ANN SULLIVAN . . . LARRY NELSON SUMRALL CYNTHIA LOUISE SWEENEY .... MARY ANNE SYKES .......... ROBERT LOREN TAGG ......... LAMAR ROBERTS TAYLOR . .Bridgeton, N.J. ..........Jackson . . . .Tulsa, Okla. .........Picayune .........Gulfport Birmingham, Ala. ............Jackson . . . . .Jackson . . . .Tylertown . . . . .Columbia . Lumberton . . . . .Vicksburg ......Laure1 .........Canton . . . . . .Hattiesburg .Sioux City, Iowa ..........Durant THOMAS HENRY TAYLOR ...... ..... N ew Orleans, La. LLOYD B. TEASTER ........... ROBERT DENNIS TERKEURST LONA B. THOMAS ............. MARION CLAIR THOMAS MARY IRENE THOMAS ........ VIRGINIA MARJORIE THOMAS GEORGIA L. THOMPSON ...... JANE THOMPSON ............. . .... Valparaiso, Fla. PATRICIA ANN THOMPSON VIVIAN ANN THOMPSON ..... JEFFREY D. THOMSEN ......... WILLIAM HENRY THORNE, JR. RICHARD HOWARD TILLEY . . . GENE TIRELLO .............. DEBORAH LYNN TOWNSEND DONALD GAYE TOWNSEND . . . RICHARD TOWNSEND ..... BEVERLY A, TRASK ,.... JAY TROCHESSET . . . . . . ...Yazoo City . . . ....... Pascagoula . . . . .Knoxville . . . .Tylertown . . . .Bay St. Louis . . . . . . . .Gulfport . . . . . . .Vicksburg ..........Biloxi .........Morton . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Vicksburg .. . . . .Gulfport . . . .Monticello Natchez . . . . .Hattiesburg ..........Moselle . . . .Bogalusa, La. .........Biloxi 2 57... . ' ,. Q 4 .1 , W. 1 2 A al , 'Liga , : ,ff . , ' 1. if , .. , b . .I 'f f Q9 ,Aww fi 3 f gg. 4 f W r 4 I f f 4 , I - V f M 7 f M W f ,,, f 5 1 I are fi . ' ff ,, f I ir lj WZ' 4 .45 1 V 7 .f 5 Yi W 24' , , ,.. , , f RK' Z Z' 'K L- 7'5 I 1 an iff . 14 ffihf I W4 f 'M?Q , 'E V '51 in W 4 f ,f 5 V . uw H 3 s . 1 , l .,.,,zZ' W. I f. 462' ' 5 A ! al w ii ff' 'I . A. , .. 5' A fm 3 f . we-ig ? 5 , W ... ,am-Q 9-. "' ' f lZfl"'iff H z J- n f i I M V V I, mx 'vw . , f 5 as . . :fngf f' ,J ..,i4 if if ' f ' is 3, . . ,- N . 1 4 4 1 I Q 0 Q , W an .t-. ar 07 .af Z l sa: ,ff . Tri !?.MlQ,,,, I I n Q V , 4 , in . . . 1 Y r rf' ar ,Q ifrr J Lrl 4 as "'. 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ANTENOR VELAZLE ........... GLENDY BURKE VICKERY .... WILLIAM THOMAS VINCENT JOHNNY HENRY VITRANO .... JANET LEIGH WADE ......... DOUGLAS E. WAGNER .......... SUZANNE MARY WALCHAK .... ELLIE HUGH WALDON ...... BRENDA KAYE WALKER .... GEORGE D. WALKER ............ SHELDIA MARIE WALKER ...... WILLIAM BRADFORD WALLACE WILLIAM LAMAR WALLER ..... .........Gu1fport ...Pensacola, Fla. . . . . . .Hattiesburg .......Picayune . . . .Greenville . .Arequipa, Peru . . . . . .Mendenhall . . . . .Yazoo City . . . .Rolling Fork . . . . .Pascagoula . . . .Gulfport . . . . . . .Natchez ... . .Lima, Peru . . . . . .Gulfport . . . .Gulfport New Orleans, La. . . . . . .Hattiesburg New Orleans, La, ......Rosell, N.J. . . . .Handsboro . . . .Pascagoula . . . . .Mobi1e, Ala. .........Gulfport Haddonfield, N.J. . . . . . .Hattiesburg MARGARET LANETTE WALLIS ............ Biloxi ANNETTE IRENE WARD ......... RICHARD DEEN WARD .... DANNY JOE WARE ....... MILDRED ADELE WARE RAMON KAREL WATSON .... BYRON LYNN WEBB ......... THOMAS HILTON WEBB, JR. D. MICHAEL WELBORN ........ ROBERT MICHAEL WELDON .... JOSEPH P. WELFORD FERRELL P. WELLMAN ..... CATHY HELENE WHITE .... DAVID OSCAR WHITE .... ELTON L. WHITE ....... MARY LOUISE WHITE ..... PAMELA GAYLE WHITE ROBERTA ANNETT WHITE .... SANDRA JEAN WHITMORE .... DIANNE WHITTAKER ........ SANDRA KAUE WIGGS LINDA SUSAN WILKES .... JOEL ALLEN WILLIAMS ........ MARGARET LOUISE WILLIAMS . SANDRA KAY WILLIAMS ...... JANIS WILLIAMSON ............. JUDY KATHRYN WILLIAMSON .. CHARLES THOMAS WILSON .... LINDA JOAN WINDHAM ......... RUSSELL SIDNEY WINDHAM ...Bay St. Louis . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .State Line . . . .Pascagoula . . . .Escatawpa . . . . . . .Natchez . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Hattiesburg .....Moss Point .........Lucedale . . .Lexington, Ky. . . . . .New Orleans, La. ..........Jackson .....Raymond ................Prentiss . . . .Virginia Beach, Va. . . . . Crestview, Fla. . .. . . . .Moss Point ..........Biloxi ..........Butler, Ala. . . . . .Los Angeles, Calif. . . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . ...... Ocean Springs ........Laurel . .9 .........Mer1d1an .. .... Grove Hill, Ala. . . . .Morton Sophomores .IH fl SUSAN IRENE WITTERS ,, I ., Biloxi "" if Y l JANORA FRANCENNE WOODSON Hattiesburg ,V.i I' it I i o A, LINDA ANN WRIGHT ., . . ,.,,.. Columbia ' ff! THOMAS CLARENCE YANDELL ,. South Bend, Ind. ..i, , all I V 1 ,Q LINDA GAIL YELVEBTON I .,ii . ,Jackson I " - - ,sq 'af-I ,f'i ANN SIKES ZACHARY I Hattiesburg A S"H S A I JOHN EUGENE ZUPKE .tt.. Biloxi i' , ,..,. if' bn . Everyone prepares for the Spider invasion. Apathy vanishes in an all-out efort to back the Southerners. i I Qi I I I 354 Freshmen Class Oificers: Keith Myers, vice-presidentg Becky Wheat, treasurerg Judi French, secretaryg Royce Foster, president. CYNTHIA LYNN ABBOTT ,Poplarville JENNY CLAIRE ADAMS Columbus ELIZABETH ELAINE ADCOX .,Orrville, Ala. ALIX ELIZABETH AHLUIN , Vicksburg MICKY CARYE ALBRITTON Hattiesburg TOMMYE CARLENE ALFONSO Gulfport JANIS LYN ALFORD . . Morton MARTHA ELLEN ALFORD , .. McComb VERNA DEAN ALFORD , . . , 4 . . ,Foxworth ALLEN WAYNE ALLEN ,. , Tie Plant PRENTISS DANIEL ALLEN Magnolia CARL ALTON AMONES , Hattiesburg GAVIN LaRUE ANDERSON , Columbus, Ga. MARGARET ELLEN ANDERSON Long Beach BECKY KAY ANDREWS . Vicksburg KAREN TERES ANDREWS McComb SANFRA LYNN ANGE . , SHELIA MARIE ANDERSEN Edenton, N.C. Mobile, Ala. MARY BETTY AREHART , . Natchez ROBERT NORMAN ARMSTR.ONG . Gulfport 355 The Freshman Af 1 A li .. -- V in 5 4. 1 ,15 1. ,Z K, 'A . ,,,, E 1. E R f . , 1 N' X. 14- . - fa F .. - , 'I " ' "L .1 ' 1 ffl' 1 41 f L' if - f , ' '- .pf Y X, jjy'-.3 t ,X 5 3, .- ' Q'f'?59r -in . V.: flzgsffff E 54 tfZ',aE..1 x 'ln - l M'-Q .fi , A L ' K 2 f f 'fagih-f.,,,,,,,.1 Q 'A an I A I' rw xm, ,vt wax KH ' f K ., , v 'qs' ,1 -W ' . . ' I ' , 5' VA, l Q Q Ll , ' , all ig , I, J f F ffl ffl. A l' 43134 ,a i V Fm ' Ai u 5 in T' a N- 4 A , T '- . . . ' 'X ' Za 1 Freshmen STEVE CHARLES ARGENBRIGHT SANDRA ELIZABETH ARLEDGE SANDRA KAY ASHLEY REBECCA ANN ASKEW . LELAND BERNARD ATKINSON . GARY AUSTIN .. . CARL JACKSON AYCOCK CECIL WORDELL AYCOCK .. LINDA MARIE BACON . .. . ROBERT CHARLES BAKER . . LINDA DARLENE BALDWIN . ELIZABETH GIVENS BANKS .. THOMAS FOSTER BARFIELD . LEO SANFORD BARGINEAR, JR. EVELYN JANIS BARHAM .. .. NANCY JO BARNEKO MARY ALYCE BARNES . BARBARA KAY BARR . . CAROLYN MARIE BARR BEVERLY F. BARRON BETTY LOU BASSI . . . . DEBORAH JILL BATEMAN DONNA KATHLEEN BATES .. LYNDA LOUISE BATES .. GARY WAYNE BATTON J. ELLEN BEAN .A...,.., CHERRY LYNN BEARD ,...., . MICHAEL F. BEARD ............,. MOLLIE JOHNANNE BECKER PAMELA JEAN BELLUE .. CINDY ANDERSON BENDER BARBARA GAIL BENDER JESSE EDWARD BENNETT . . DEBRA ELAINE BERGERON THOMAS JAMES BERGMAN DAVID LOCKE BERRT . PAULA R. BEST ,,....,.. FAITH DURDEN BEVON MARY VIRGINIA BEVON DEBORAH BLACK . RUDY JAMES BLACKMON MIKE ALLEN BLOUNT . . MARGARET BROOKS BLUE ANN MARY BOGGAN .. ROBERTA CLARE BORDEN RAY ROBERT BOTTIV LAURA ELIZABETH BOUCHILLON EILEEN PATRICIA BOUNDS MEIDA BOUNDS . LINDA ELAINE BOURGEOIS RONNIE SHELBY BOURNE . MINNIE ELIZABETH BOUTWELL HOWARD JACK BOWELL ANN MATHILDE BOWEN JOHN STEVEN BOYD . Hattiesburg .. Hattiesburg .. Hattiesburg . Hattiesburg . . .Gulfport . .. Indianola . . Monticello .Hattiesburg . . Picayune . . .Mobile, Ala. .. Mobile . .Mobile . . Selma, Irvington, Ala. Ala. Ala. Ala. . . . .Meridian Pensacola, Fla. . . . . Columbia . Taylorsville . .Hattiesburg Metairie, La. . . . Gunnison . . . . .Purvis .. Philadelphia . . . .Gulfport . . . .Mendenhall ......Tupelo . . . .Tylertown . . . . . .Forest Biloxi . .Centreville . . . .Gulfport . . . .Jackson . . Itta Bena . .Gulfport . . . . .Biloxi . . Vicksburg Citronelle, Ala. . .Hattiesburg Hattiesburg . . .Morton New Hebron McIntosh, Ala. . . . . 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I .if-I' 59 4 . 'H , A - ' 7'-' l 'i . i A -L: A A .924 ' nz. , : 367 KENNETH RAY BOYD EDWARD ALFRED BRADERA, JR. JUDITH CAROL BRADY LOREE A. BRANDES , CATHERINE LOUISE BREAUX CAROLYN BREWER .. PAUL ZENO' BREWER . . CAROLYN RUTH BRIDGES RONALD KEITH BROADUS ANN CAROL BROCATO , BETHANY ANN BROCK DOROTHEA BROCK .,.. BRENDA FAYE BROOKS GENE ALLEN BROWN PATRICIA ANN BRUECH PATSY ANNE BRUMFIELD . JOHN LEROY BUCK , . ,. DEMPSEY LAWRENCE BUCKLEY JOY ANN BUEHLING . . . JOY ARHONDA BULLOCK PHYLLIS CAROL BURCH SUSAN L. BURGESS ROBERT G. BURNEY , , CONSTANCE ELIZABETH BURNS CATHY L. BURWELL .. . . DAVID ERNEST BYRD . LAURENCE CHARLES BYRD . OLIVER WAYNE BYRD . . . . . WILSON L. BYRD . .. LADYE SUSAN CAIN ALBERT FISHER CALLAWAY REBECCA JOYCE CALLAWAY PAMELA CLARE CALVERT JIMMY CHARLES CAMERON BARRY RUSSELL CAMP ROSEMARY CAMPBELL KATHLEEN LOUISE CAMPION MILTON THOMAS CANEER . BARBARA MARY CANNING NANCY ALFREDA CARANNA PATRICIA SUE CARGO KATHLEEN ELIZABETH CARLIN KATHY LYNN CARLSON FRANCES XAVIER CARRUBBA DIANNE CARSON , JUDITH LYNN CARSON LARRY GEORGE CARTER WARRENE HYNER CARTER JOY ELAINE CARVER JAMES MILTON CASEY JENNIFER KAY CASTLE BEVERLY EUGENIA CATO CHARLES EUGENE CATON MICHAEL F. CAVANAUGH FREDERICK LOUIS CERAMI Natchez Greenville Mobile, Ala. Springfield, Va. Biloxi Magee Natchez Prentiss Lumberton Clarksdale Jackson Jackson Magee Brookhaven Baker, La. Magnolia Dothan, Ala. Mendenhall Stauton, Ill. Prentiss Hattiesburg Gulfport Keyport, N.J. Natchez Jackson Natchez .. . Biloxi , .West Point . Moss Point Utica Vicksburg Jackson Woodville Hattiesburg Meridian Bogalusa, La. Waveland Lynnville, Tenn. Jacksonville, Fla. Biloxi Petal Long Beach Yazoo City Long Beach Columbia Maitland, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Magnolia Waveland Montgomery, Ala. Houston Brookhaven Massillon, Ohio Biloxi Woodbridge, N.J. Freshmen SYLVIA ELAINE CHAIVLBERS TONY GLEN CHANCE .. FRED GLENNVILLE CHAPMAN CARLA FAYE CHRISCO .... . DOUG F. CLARK . JUDY ANNETTE CLARK MARTHA K. CLARK SHARRON ANNE CLARK . RUTH ANN COAKER . .. HAROLD CARL COBB CATHY ELAINE COCHRAN ALFRED FRANCIS COFRANCESCO JOHN HARRISON COLE . . . . . . . LYNDA ANN COLE . . . . CINDY COLLARD ,. . GAETANO UBBO COMPAGNO . CHARLES WILLARD COMSTOCK NANCY LEE CONERLY .. . RODRICK EVAN CONERLY .. JOY MARIE CONN . . . RUDY LEE CONNER .. . RITA KAY CONSTANCE JOEL ROBERT CONVERSE GLYNN LANE COOK . . KATHERINE E. COOK CHARLENE COOLEY . GINGER SUE COOLEY . . REBECCA SARA COOLEY MELANEY COPELAND , . . . MARTHA LOUISE COPPINGER ANTHONY JOSEPH CORRERA RICHARD FLORIO CORSETTO GARY ALLEN COTTINGIM .. PAULA TERESA COURTNEY MELISSA KATHLEEN COWLING JOHN JOSEPH COX JULIE ANNE COX .. MARTHA CAROLE COX .. LINDA FAY CRAFT .. . NORA EILEEN CRESAP . .. BILLIE SUE CROSBY SHIRLEY ANN CROSS .. , GLENDA LOU CROWELL JANICE OLIVIA CRUMBLEY . . JAMES ROBERT CRUTCHER, JR. SYDNEY E. CRUTHIRDS LAURA JANE CUEVAS . ANNA L. CULLEFER ,..,..,., FLAVIO CULOTTI , . . . CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH CUMBO MICHAEL GORDON CURTIS SUE H. CURTIS .. ...., . . RITA SUZANNE CUTRER HUGH KELLY DABBS RITA GAIL DACUS , . . . .Gulfport . Columbia . . . .Natchez .,....,.Bi1oxi . . .Dodclsville . .Louisville . Ocean Springs . .,.. Yazoo City Pittsburg, Kansas . , . . .Gulfport . Jackson Waldwick, N.J. . . . . . . .Columbus Bisbee, Arizona . . . Laurel New Orleans, La. . ,,... . Biloxi . . Columbus . . .Osyka Pascagoula . Hattiesburg .Jackson . Jackson Canton . Jackson . . , .Petal . . . ,Lucedale Hattiesburg . Jackson Birmingham, Ala. . . Clarksdale . Paterson, N.J. .. . Biloxi . . .Bassfield Robertsdale, Ala. Biloxi . . . Greenville . . . Braxton Jackson . . . .Canton . Hattiesburg ....,...Peta1 . . Jackson . . .Laurel .. Jackson Ocean Springs . . Hattiesburg . Hattiesburg Lima, Peru , .Woodville . Hammond, La. . ..Vicksburg Bogalusa, La. . Quitman . .. Jackson 8 1 f 1 fif. 1 ..-,. ' 3. 4 a f t! 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A RICHARD DELAFUENTE ........ EDGAR ANDRE DELAS .... JAMES A. D'ELOSUA ............ JUDITH CLAIR deMEDICIS ....... ANNA KATHRYN DeORNELLAS ANN DEVALL .................. CAROL MARIE DICKERSON . A A MARY LENEEN DICKEY ..... BRENDA JOYCE DIFATTA WILLIE JEAN DILLON ...... AGNES JEFFERDS DIXON CAROLYN DIANNE DIXON .... GENEVIEVE DOAN ............. CAROLYN ROGERS DOBBINS .A SHERRY ANN DOLE .......... DEANNA MAE DOUGLAS .... GEORGE WILLIAM DOUGLAS .A ROBERT LEWIS DOUGLAS .... PEGGY SUE DORTON ....... ALLENE DOTY ................ EL-IZABETH ANN DOWDLE .... EVA ELAINE DRAUGHN ........ CYNTHIA ANN DRESSER ....... JANE ELIZABETH DUCKWORTH LAURIE ANN DUKES ........... DAVID JEREMIAH DUNLAP .... JOHN PARKS DUNN ........ LARRY DUANE DYESS ..... JILL JOHANNA EASTON ....... DORINDA LAVON ELDRIDGE JACK MINTURN ELLIOTT ..... MARY ELAINE ELLIOT .... JAMES STEPHEN ELLIS ...A JOHN CHARLES ELLIS .... LINDA RUTH ELLIS ...... JULIANN B. ELMER .... RHONDA JESCENE ENFINGER A JAYNE RUTH ESBENSHADE .... HENRI CA ETZLER ............. PAULINE FRANCES ETZOLD A A A ALBERT J A EVANS ............. A A A A .Hattiesburg . A A . .Bay St. Louis A.AAA.AA..AGu1fport .Silver Spring, Md. A A A A A A A .Waynesboro A A A APensaCola, Fla. A A A A AMobile, Ala. A.AAA.A.,Purvis A A A A AMonroe, La. A A A .Columbia A A A AOrlando, Fla. A A A A .Vancleave ..A....Biloxi A.A.A....A.Biloxi A A A A .Mobile, Ala. ..AA.AAAA.AIndianola Satellite Beach, Fla. ..AAAAA.AA.AJackson A A A .Columbia A A A A .Gulfport A A A .Jackson A A A A .Natchez Hattiesburg .AA.A.A..Foxworth . A . AMemphis, Tenn. AAA.A.AAATylertown .....A..AA..Carriere A ABirmingham, Ala. . A A . A A A .Hattiesburg A A A A .Gulfport A A A A .Gulfport A A A .Newton .AA..AA.Mobile .A.A.A.A.AAJackson .A A ATheodore, Ala. A A A .Hattiesburg A....AABiIoxi A.AA.AAMagee A A A A .Gulfport . . A .Picayune A A A A .Bay Minette A A A A A A .Columbia A A A . .Pass Christian A A A A .Long Beach ...AA..A.Forest A A A A ARip1ey A A A .Louisville A A. A A .AJackson AAAAAA.A.Newton . A A A .Pass Christian A A A A .Pensaco1a, Fla. A A A AWarminsterA Pa. A A A .Pensacola Fla. A A A A .Hattiesburg A . A A .Hattiesburg Freshmen PATRICIA LOIS EVANS ..... PATRICIA RAE FAIRLEY BRUCE C. FAYARD ........... DAVID MICHAEL FAYARD .... MARTHA SUSAN FEIDER ..... LOUAN GABBERT FERRELL . . . WILLIAM B. FERRELL ........... EDWARD ALLEN FEW ........... GENIE CHERYL FILLINGIM .... JACQUELINE FISHER .......... STELLA CONWAY FISHER ....... SUSAN CARMEN FITZGERALD .... DOROTHY LAIN FLEMING ....... MICHAEL LEE FLOWERS . . . WILLIAM TERRY FLUMMER ....... MARGARET JORDAN FONVIELLE . . . JACKIE FOREMAN ................. MARY SUSAN FOREMAN .....,.. SUSAN ANN FORTENBERRY . . . . . . . . ROYCE FOSTER ....... DONALD C. FOWLER ...... JAMES ROBERT FOWLER .... MICHAEL RAY FOX ...... ADA LEE FOXWORTH TONI MARIA FRANCO ............. SUSAN ELIZABETH FREDERIC DIANE MARIE FREEMAN ...... J UDITH MARIE FRENCH .... VICKI LYNN FRENCH .... BETTY CHLOE FRESE . . . JO ANNE FRESE ............... JANICE GALE FRIAR .............. MARTHA JOELENE GAFFENEY DIANNE RITA GAGNE ......... L. JENNIFER GALLAGHER .... MARGARET BUCHANAN GALLAGHIER' H DONNA LYNN GARDNER ............. WANDA DIANE GARDNER ............ LYNDA L. GARNER ........ OTTIS RONALD GARNER .... JUDY KAY GARRETTE ...... ANN ELIZABETH GARRICK ...... LINDA CHRISTINE GAUTIER .... KAREN JOSIE GAY ............ THOMAS BARKER GEOGHEGAN .... DANNY MARK GEORGE ......... PARHAM WILLIAM GETER .... SHARON LEE GIBBS ......... BARTON KEITH GIBSON .... GILDA LEE GILBERT ......... EVELYN ANN GILMORE .. . J. BRUCE GILMORE ........... JENNIFER LYNNETTE GINN .. . DOYLE JAMES GIRO-UARD .... . . . .Bay Springs ............Biloxi ...Bay St. Louis ........Biloxi .....Surnmit .........Natchez . . . . . . .Mobile, Ala. Zulia, Venezuela ROMINIA ELIZABETH FERRER .... ..... . . . . . .Mobile, Ala. ........Gulfport . . . .Me-tairie, La. . . . . . .Vicksburg . . . . .Moss Point .......Corinth . . . . .Moss Point .Tusca1oosa, Ala. . . . .Tallz-xhassee, Fla. .............Coles ...........Biloxi Greensboro, N.C. ......Magee .......Jackson . . . . .Hattiesburg . .Pensacola, Fla. .......Foxworth . . . .Mobi1e, Ala. . . . .Pascagoula ........Forest . . . . .Hattiesburg ....Long Beach . . . . .Quincy, Ill. . . . . .Quincy, Ill. . . . . . . .Jackson . . . .Clarksdale . . . .Gulfport . . . . .Hattiesburg .. ...Jackson .....Jackson . . . . . . .Natchez . . . . .Hattiesburg ,.......Gulfport . . . .Philadelphia . . . . .Seminary .......Bi1oxi . . . . .Natchez . . . . .Natchez ........Canton . . . . .Woodville . . . .Greenwood .......Biloxi .Port St. Joe, Fla. ............Brandon . . . . .Florence . . . . .Brandon . . . . .Biloxi O ,, 7, 7 . . I A we gr f.. - . , ,V .,,. ,. ' "' 'f ,, ,. f . 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FRANCES LENITA GRAHAM SHARLOT ROBERTA GRAHAM TERESA ANN GRANT JUDY GRANTHAM ........ DEBBYE ANN GRAVES MARY JANE GRAVES .. . MARY JULIA GRAVES VICKY GRAYSON ....... KAY GREELEY .............. DEBORAH GAIL GREEN .... KATHRYN ANN GREENE PATRICIA LEE GREEN .... W. CATHERINE GROW ...... PATRICIA RYAN GUIDER .... DAVID GUILLIOT ............ YUTANA RUTH GULLEDGE .... SHEILA REGINA GULLETE ANN CARTER HADAWAY .... ROY ANDREW HAINES .. , JOHN SHEEHAN HALL ...... CANDIS PAULETTE HAMIL . . . CLIFTON O. HAMILTON .... DEXTER GAWAIN HAMILTON . STEVEN WALKER HAMM ....... BEVERLY CAROLE HAMMONS . HUGH ANDERSON HAMRICK .. NANCY JOSEPHINE HANNA DEBORAH ELAINE HARDEN GREGORY JOSEPH HARDEN .... NANCY BRENDALENE HARDY SUSAN ANNE HARDY .......... JIMMY RAY HARPER ELLEN DIANE HARRELL ....... BRENDA LOUISE HARRINGTON JAMES MICHAEL HARRIS ..... JOHN MICHAEL HARRIS NORMAN BRUCE HARRIS .... THOMAS LEON HARRIS, JR. . . . . VERNON HAROLD HARRIS ..... MELTON THOMAS HARRISON . CARL DARRYL HASKEW ....... SUZY HATCHER ......... LOUIS RANDY HATTEN .... DAVID ROY HARVARD ........ MARTHA FON DA HARVARD .... .... TRUDY HAWKINS ............ WAYNE E. HAWKINS . . . .Woodville ..........Jackson . . . .Bay St. Louis . . . . .Gustine, Calif. ........Jackson . . . .Hattiesburg .............Laurel .Pensacola, Fla. . . ........... Laurel . . . .Woodville . . . . .Meridian . .. ...Stringer . . . . .Gulfport .. . . .Tylertown . . . .Liberty . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Greenwood . . . .Vicksburg . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Vicksburg . . . . .Mobile, A.la. . . . .Vicksburg . . . . . .Biloxi . . . . .Collins . . . . .Gulfport Memphis, Tenn. . . , . . Lucedale . . . . . .Wiggins . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Pascagoula . . .. . .Jackson . . ........... Hattiesburg . . ................. Jackson .. . . . .Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. ................Laurel ...........Jackson .. ..... Key West, Fla. .........Quitman .. . . .Gulfport . . . . .McComb .. ..... Elizabeth City, N.C. . . . ........... Hattiesburg . . . . .Pascagoula . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Gulfport . . . .Newton .........Forest . . . .Hattiesburg . . .Jackson, Ala. . . . .Hattiesburg .........Gulfport .......Lucedale .Chunchula, Ala. . . . . . .Ridgeland . . . .Indianola Freshmen ROSE ANITA HAYWOOD .... KATIE HEAD ................... EARL EDISON HEIDERHOFF .... LINDA SUE HEFLIN ............. MARSHA LENEL HELVESTON .. JEAN CLARE HENDERSHOT .... TOM WALTER HENDERSON .... JAMES KENNETH HENSARLING JOE HERANNEY ................. BONNIE SUE HERRING JUDITH MARIE HERRING . . . GREGORY P. HEWES ....... SANDRA ANITA HICKS JUNE LEE HIGH ........ DONNA JOAN HILL .... ELLIS DEAN HILL .......... MICHAEL CARROLL HILL ..... MAE NELL HILTON ................ FRANCIS MICHAEL HINCKLEY LYNN HINTON .................... ELSIE LORAINE HINTSON .... GILBERT HIFNER HIXON . . . RITA TERESA HOBEN .......... SUSAN ELIZABETH HOFFMAN .... LOUIS F. HOLCOMB ............ KAREN MAUREEN HOLDREN .. BENNIE G. HOLMES . . . CAROLYN JEAN HOLMES , LINDA JOYCE HOLMES SUSAN HOLMES ......... TED HOOKS ............... ABBIE LYNN HOPKINS ..... BEVERLY MARIE HOWELL LEE E. HOWELL ............ BEVERLY JOYCE HOWELL .. SHIRLEY ANN HOWELL .... WAYNE MORRIS HOWELL .... WILLIAM CURRY HOWTON . . . BEVERLY ANN HUDSON ...... SUSAN CHRISTINE HUDSON . . . GLORIA JEAN HUGHES ........ HELEN KARLYNN HUGHES JENNIFER MARY HUGHES .... WAYNE ALLEN HUGHES BRENDA DIANNE HUNT .... YOLAN AVIE HUNTER ....... MARILYN ROSE HUTTON JOSEPH HAROLD INGRAM ..... MARILYN BRENETTA ISAAC LINDA FAYE ISHEE ........... PATRICIA ANN ISHEE WILLIE RUTH JACKSON .... KATHY MARIE JAMES ....... WILLIAM WALTER JAMES .... SHERYL DIANNE JEFCOAT .... . . . . .Laurel . . . .Whitfield ... . . . .Jackson . . . . .Handsboro . . . . .Long Beach . . . .Jackson . . . .Jackson ........Petal . . . . .Hollandale ......Natchez ....Port St. Joe, Fla. .......Bangor, Me. .........Gu1fport . . . . .Holly Springs . . . . . .Millry, Ala. ......Biloxi ........Biloxi . . . .Mendenhall . . . . .Picayune . . . .Jackson . . . . .Vicksburg .....Mobile, Ala. . . . . .Vicksburg . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Waynesboro Birmingham, Ala. , . Columbia Valparaiso, Fla. ..........Indianola .. . . .Houston, Tex. . . . .Yazoo City . . . . . .Mendenhall . . . .Richmond, Va. ......,..Bil0xi . . . .Indianola ........Lucedale . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .New Orleans, La. ............Laurel . . . .Hattiesburg .............Magee . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .New Orleans, La. . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Jackson . . . 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KEHOE, JR. ..... . CHARLOTTE ELLEN KEITH . CYNTHIA LEE KEITH ......... LYNN KEITH ........... BECKY KELLAR ..... RONALD EDWARD KELLER .. DONNA EARLE KELLEY ..... HERBERT NEWELL KELLY JUDY L. KEMP ................ MARY DAYNE KENAMOND .. ALEX PRICE KENNEDY .... CARLOS ROLAND KEY ..... MELBA LOUISE KILBORN .... LINDA JOYCE KIMBLE ANDREA LYNN KING CAROLYN JEAN KING . . . TONY WINSTON KING WANDA KAY KING ........ MAUREEN DUVALL KINTZ . . . MARIJON KIRKLAND .... EVELYN LOUISE KISER ...... HELEN THERESA KISS ....,... CATHERINE JANE KITTRELL . JOANN KLEIN ............... GENE F. KLOS ....,...Bastrop, La. . . . .Balboa, Canal Zone ...........Ruleville . . . .Bay St. Louis . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Philadelphia . . ....... Pass Christian ...Little Rock, Ark. .. . .Chunchula, Al.a .......Picayune . . . . .Centreville ....Clinton Jackson .........Petal . . . .Tylertown ......Magee .....McComb ...........Morton . . . .Orlando, Fla. ........Prentiss ....Hattiesburg ......Jackson .........Canton .........McComb . . . . .Ocean Springs . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ................Picayune Daytona Beach, Fla. Melbourne, Fla. . .. . . .Long Beach . , . .Hattiesburg ..............Utica .............Jackson . Chattanooga, Tenn. ............P1cayune .....Petal . . . . . .Gulfport .,........Prentiss . . . .Oneco, Conn. . . . .Hattiesburg . . .Dennisport, Mass. .........,.Pascoug1a .......Mobile, Ala. . . . . .Ocean Springs ..........NatChez .........Gulfport . . . .Andalusia, Ala. . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Eau Gallie, Fla. ........Jackson ............Jackson . . . .Huntsville Ala. .....Mobile, Ala. . . . .Hattiesburg . . .Chicago, Ill. Freshmen CLIFFORD PAUL KLOTZ ....... LEAH D. KLOTZ ................... CECIL MARSHALL KLUTTS, JR. . RONALD WILTON KNOKE ...... BEVERLY B. KNOWLES .... KARL EDMOND KEBERGER THOMAS LYNN KOLB ........ DIANA EUGENIA KOUNS ....... JEFFERY RANDOLPH KUHN . ROBERT JULIAN KYSER ..... MICHAEL LADNER ............ JULIE KATHERINE LAMMEL . . . . DAVID MACKIE LAMOTHE .... SHELLEY ELIZABETH LANG . SARAH ANN LANGSTOIN ..... JOHN ROBERT LANKFORD III . DAVID YOUNG LAW .......... DELAINE KAY LAWRENCE .... THOMAS EUGENE LAWRENCE DONNY LEE LAWSON ......... EDWARD LYNN LEACHMAN .. ......Jackson ........McComb . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ...........Florence Corpus Christi, Tex. . . . . .Gulfport . . . . . . .Meadville . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. .........Jackson . . , .Pensacola, Fla. . . . . . . . .Lumberton . . . .Memphis, Tenn. .. . . . .Metairie, La. ...........Jackson . . . .Ft. Walton, Fla. . . . . .Long Beach . . . . . .Natchez . . . .Jackson . . . .Meridian . . . .Hattiesburg . ....... Natchez KNOWLTON ALBERT LEAPHEART, JR. ........ Lithonia, Ga. ESTHER JANE LEE ........................ .... H attiesburg GEORGE HOWARD LEE ............... ..... R idgeland MARTHA FRANCES LEE .... ..... V icksburg DOROTHY LORAINE LEE .... .... L ucedale BECKY LEGGETT ............ ...... H attiesburg MARY VIRGINIA LEGGETT ..... Brookhaven KENNON LOUIS LINTON .... Hattiesburg NANCY REBECCA LITTLE .... Hattiesburg WILTON ALEX LITTLE .......... .... J ackson RICHARD KRUDOP LIVEAKOS .... ........ T upelo ALNA CHRISTINE LEWIS ......... .... H attiesburg LINDA JO LEWIS ................ ..... B rookhaven SUSAN ELIZABETH LOFLIN ..... Gulfport GERALD WAYNE LOGAN .... Lumberton EVELYN ANN LOGGANS LINDA ANN LOTT ......... ELIZABETH ANN LOUP ...... VIVIAN DIANNE LOVELACE .. ROSEMARY LOVETT ........ JO-HN MURRAH LO-VORN .... LOU ANN LUMPKIN ......... JESSE CRAWFORD LUTER RAYMOND VICTOR LUKE ROGER BRENTON LYLE ............. .......Jackson ...........Purvis .....Bay St. Louis ... .Jackson 7 ...........Dlo .....Fairfax, Va. ...........Jackson .............Jackson . .New Orleans, La. ...........Jackson MARGARET VIVIAN MacDOWELL ..... Bay St. Louis FRANCES IONE MacINTOSH CHERRY ELAINE MAGEE .... MARTHA ANN MAGEE ..... VERNON GARY MAGEE .......... MICHAEL LAYNE MAHALAK .... TERRY PATRICK MALONE .... STELLA L. MALTA ........... DAVID HEIL MASSEY ...... . . .Vicksburg . . . .Jackson . . . .Jackson . . . . .Meridian . . . . .Gulfport . . . . . .Waveland . . . . .Brookhaven . . . .Mendenhall 74 x 4:4 . M A M ' Z W .- ??'x . li ff I N' 'f . ,,,,,, f ff ' I I' 3 s I K ' I Sh I I ' . 0. 'V' fl.. v . 3 f I Az'Z"3f'Y .ffl 1 I ...,, . 2 f .I el QI fn- ' ' 1" I f LQ", A Q :Lay -- 1 , ' - v ' ' ..--I, 4 ff I . X M If f f Y . .gg - was 25' ' . ah A XIII 2 1 if f .:'- :W 5 I I X15 2 3 ' si! f 1- V. fi ,I 'I ' 4555? .. f " I I ' ' I .,,. A' . 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BETTY DIANE MCGRAW ...,.. JOHNNY LEE McKAY ...... JUNE ANNETTE MCKENZIE SANDRA KAY MCLAND ..... RITA CHERYL MCLELLAN .... RITA INEZ McLEOD ........ SILAS WAYNE MCLEOD .... JANIE MARLENE MCMAHAN SUE SANDRA MCMAHAN .... VIRGINIA DALE MCMAHAN .... BRENDA KAY MCMANUS .... DONNA FAYE MCMULLEN JUDITH ANN MCNALLY .......... JACQUELINE LOUISE MCPHERSON LYNN JUDITH MCWILLIAMS ..... GLENDA CHERYL MEADOWS .... STANFORD GEORGE MELANCON BELINDA KAY MERCHANT .... JOSEPH RENFORD MERRITT .... MICHAEL EMMETT MESZAROS LINDA JOHNELL MEYERS SAMUEL CARLO MICHEL .... BILLY WAYNE MIKEL .... .... MELANIE MAE MIKELL .... LINDA LOUISE MILES . CARLIS ANN MILLER ......... JAMES MADISON MILLER .. ALFRED EDWARD MILLING .... DANA MARILYN MILLING LLINDA MARY MILLS ............ DAISY MARSH MINGLEDORFF DARLENE MITCHELL .......... JANEY KAREN MOAK .... CYNTHIA ANN MIXON ...... SUSAN LYNNE MOFFETT .... TONI MONFERDINI .......... GEORGIA ELAINE MONK .... . . . . .Pittsburgh, Pa. .........Mobile, Ala. . . . .Toms River, N.J. . . . . .Bay St. Louis . . . . .McComb . . . . .Jackson . . . . .Clinton . . . .Prentiss . . . . . .Magee . . . . .Jackson . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Hattiesburg .. . . . .Stringer . . . . .Indianola . . . .Woodville . . . .Gulfport . . . .Jackson . . . . . .Natchez . . . .Woodville . . . .Gulfport . . . .Hattiesburg .........,.Stringer . . . .Mississippi City .....Mobile, Ala. . . . .Hattiesburg .........Petal . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Gulfport . . . .McComb . . . . . .Duncan Falls, Ohio . . . . . . . . . .Ocean Springs .........Meridian ............Richton . . . .New Orleans, La. . . . . . . .Bay Springs . . . .Auburndale, Fla. .......M0bile, Ala. New Orleans, La. . . . . .Bay St. Louis Ft, Walton Beach, Fla. ..............PrentiSs Lucedale . . . .Vicksburg . . . .Woodville ....Mobile, Ala. ..........Jackson . . . . . . .. . .Hattiesburg . . . .Tallahaassee, Fla. .............PurviS . . . . .Jackson .. . . .McComb .......Gulfport . . . .Si1sbee, Tex. .........Forrest Freshmen KAREN BETH MOON ........ DEBORAH LEIGH MOORE ...... DONALD CLEMENTS MOORE .... MONA LOIS MOORE ............ MARY ANNE MONTGOMERY .... DAN PARKMAN MORGAN ...... NANCY PAULETTE MORGAN .... VICKI MORRISON .............. PAMELA ANN MOUCHETT JOSE PEDRO MUNOZ . , . PATRICK SAMUEL MURPHY, JR. KEITH WILLIAM MYERS ........ KENNETH JOHN MYERS JOHN HUNTER NANCE DONNA MARIA NASIF .... DONNA LO NEALY ............. CATHERINE JEAN NICHOLLS .... BRENDA FAYE NOBLE ........ NANCY NOBLE ............. WILBORN PERCY NOBLES . . . JOAN FAYE NORRIS ...,... MARI KLYCE OAKES ............ . . . . . . .Mobile, Ala. ..............Biloxi . .Garden City, N.Y. ............Jackson . . . .Natchez ....Jackson ......Jackson . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ...........Anguilla Atlantico, Colombia .. . .Bay St. Louis ........Jackson . . . . . .Jackson .....McComb . . . . .Vicksburg . . . .Texas City, Tex. . . . . . . ..Pascagou1a . . . . .Ocean Springs ..........Fayette . . . . .Laurel . . . .Rolling Fork ........McComb MARTIN MITCHELL ODEN ....... .......... D e Kalb BARBARA JEAN OVERSTREET .... .... C hickasaw, Ala. NAOMI JANE OWENS ............ .... F ort Rucker, Ala. JOHN D. OWENS ........... .... J ackson REINE OWENS ................ .... J ackson SHIRLEY ELAINE OWENS .... .... T erry GEORGINA LOUISE PACE .... .... C orinth HELEN DANCY PACE ....... ..... C anton CLIFFORD HARRISON PACK CAROLYN HELEN PACK ...... BONNIE PAELTZ ............ HOWARD LOMM PAILET .... CAROLYN PARISH ........ DONALD L. PARKER ............ EUNICE VIRGINIA PARKMAN CHARLES GERALD PARNELL .... RICKY WAYNE PARSONS ......... THOMAS ANTHONY PARTENOPE CECELIA KATHERINE PATRICK LINDA ANN PATTISON ............ DIANA MARIE PATTERSON .... TERRY CHARLES PEAGLER .... GEORGE SILVER PEARL .... BRENDA FAYE PEARSON ...... PEGGY WEHUNT PEDDICORD .. STEPHEN PAUL PELTON ....... PENNY CANNETTE PEMBERTON KAREN MCLEOD PENNINGTON .... LOUIS ANTHONY PEREZ JUDITH FAYE PERKINS ..... JOY AGNES PERNICIARA .... WILLIAM JAMES PERRONE . . . STEPHEN MICHAEL PERRY ..New Orleans, La. ..New Orleans, La. . . . .Fairborn, Ohio . .New Orleans, La. .............Forest . . . . .Bay St. Louis ..........Morton . . . . .Prichard, Ala. ..............Petal , . ,Rensselaer, N.Y. ...........Laurel . . . .Key West, Fla. ........Columbia . . . . . . .Florence . . . . .Vicksburg . ....... Louisville . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg ..Falmouth, Maine .............Biloxi . . . .Newton ....Miami, Fla. . . . .Hattiesburg .. . . . .Slidell, La. . . . .Norristown, Pa. . . . . . . .Gulfport g. 4 fs, ' fn . " 5 we 9 9 "limi iffy me 42 Iii. J 1 I ' ' mi x all, ' as 2 , . I Q. , W ' , Q. L rf 'A V- . 51 yff ,bl Nw-wav gf , .tif . . 1, sz. 'V ,, .fa ' .1 ,, , . V I I .... . , Q., ...Q 1. :E 4 . Q t , as-0 ' X , It , , X - ' , 1 f' ,.., 1 A ' ,W A ' . .-V K 3. M- , , I I 1. I. - ' Z: fx my 1- Q I iw I I . .V . -M 1 I I M-if ,,,, fe ,, . V ,f Q K ah I A ,M . H by 1 if I l V, 1 .. ..,. Iff' X . 1 .- ff- A '22 '42 -.. v WW 68 1 , gk I 1 in ji Y Yr, , M mia! N as L4 . ..,. f f 4' Z A. 'Sw 5 A , Q ' "Q ' K ia , ,. ,V - ,f 132175 ' ff 'iffy 3. R W., ,f 'gk is A ' X ,A I l K ' ' - Q . Qikhqc fling! XII 4 i 165 'fam . ... .53 V f af? .1 ' Y-we UU .Vs . Tl- .. 'W 3 - I Hg if I N iii: M . - - - 'u , 'iv ' . - " .. 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M 'N 7,. iw 1 ee E - - a.. . R - it X -X j r fj"'Qt Q e ' L ,Z by -Q-' .. 4 . L GARY W. PERRY ........... DONNA ROSE PETERSON . .. EUGENE PETREE III ...... ZOE CLAIRE PETRO JOE CARL PHILLIPS SYLVIA GAIL PHILLIPS .... BRENDA SUE PIERCE ...... ROBERT K. PIERCE ......... LOZIER TERESA PIERCE PENELOPE PIGOTT ...... BARBARA LOUISE PINE . . . ALAN JAMES PIPA ......... NANCY ALLISON PLESS JOHN ALLEN POLK .......... .......Angie, La. ....Dayt0n, Ohio .. . .Pensacola, Fla. . . . .Hattiesburg ......Jackson .....Picayune . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . .Jackson . ...Jackson . . . .Bogalusa, La. .........McComb . . . .Pensacola, Fla. ..........Jackson ........Prentiss SHELTON RANDOLPH POLK .... Jackson JANELLE E. POLLARD ...... .... H attiesburg CAROLYN DELORES POOLE ............... Jackson MARGARET ELYSE POPE .... M. DARWIN POPE ........... KEITH PARKER. POWERS JAMES JEFFERIES PRATT ...... WALTER KENNETH PRESLEY .. JOHN CHARLES PRIBILA .... ALLISON MARIE PRICE .... JUDY ANN PRICE .......... TWILA FRANCES PRICE ....... WALLACE DUMONT PRINGLE JERRY WAYNE PYRON .......... ROBERT DENNIS QUIGLEY .... RIP DENNIS RADCLIFFE BRENDA GAYLE RANDLE .... ELIZABETH JO RANDALL .... BETTY JO RAY ............. JOZAN RAY ................... CLAUDIA ANNE RAYMOND .... ANDREW RAYMOND REEVES III RALENE REEVES ................ VIRGINIA LOU REEVES .... JOSEPH REGISTER ...... CHERYL ANNE REID .... MARY KAY RENEGAR ........ MARY ANN RESTOM .......... MARVIN OTHELL REYNOLDS .. BETTY JO RICHARDSON ....... GAIL JANICE RICHMOND .... SUE BETH RICHMOND ....... NANCY SYLVIA RIDGEWAY SARAH K. RILEY ........... ANNA ELOISE ROACH ...... MAE ELIZABETH ROBERTS NANCI MARIE ROBERTS ..... SHIRLEY DIANE ROBERTS WILLIAM H. ROBERTS ...... NELDA JEAN ROBERSON .... VICKI LYNN ROBICHAUX ...............Columbia Margarita, Canal Zone .................Jackson . . . . .Lakeland, Fla. .......Arabi, La. ....Rahway, N.J. . . . . . .Vicksburg .. . .Columbia . . . .Hattiesburg ........Biloxi ..........Natchez . . . . .Pass Christian .....Cordele, Ga. ........Newton ...........Gulfport . . . . .Ocean Springs . . . Pensacola, Fla. ..........Biloxi . . . .Hampton, Va. . . . . . .Jackson ..........Jackson . . . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Ala. ..........Jackson . . . . . ...Hattiesburg . . . . .Grove Hill, Ala. ....Auburndale, Fla. . . . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Jackson ........Bil0xi .........Gulfport .....Mobile, Ala. . . . . .Lucedale ..........Columbia ....Citronelle, Ala. . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . . . .Starkville Bogalusa, La. Freshmen ERIC ROBINSON ............. STEPHEN JOHN ROFFINOLI NEDA GAYLE ROGERS ..... BARBARA LYNN RONE ....... WILFRED JOSEPH ROSE, JR. JAKE PHILIP ROSETTI .... BARBARA LEE ROSS ...... BEVERLY ANN ROSS ....... DOUGLAS WESLEY ROUSE .. E. SUSAN ROWLANDS .... KATHY KAREN RUFFIN .... ALEXA ANNETTE RUNNELS JOHN C. RUNNELS .......... JUDY MARGARET RUNNELS PAULA LANE RUSH .......... JOHNNY LAMAR RUSSELL . RICKY DALE RUSSELL .... SUSAN RUZIC ............. SUSAN MARIE RYAN LINDA J. RYCROFT . . . . . . .Stonewall . . . .Hampton, Va. ........Gulfport . . . . .Ethel . . . . .Biloxi ..............Biloxi . . . .Memphis, Tenn. . . . .Memphis, Tenn . . . . . .Hattiesburg .........Tupe1o .....Jackson .....Louisvi1le ...........Laurel ............JackSon . .Montgomery, Ala. . . .Walnut Hill! Fla. ...........Picayune . . . . .Citronelle, Ala. .. .. . .Bay St. Louis . .Port St. Joe, Fla. JUDITH LYNN RYERSON .... ...... J ackson GAYLE SADLER .......... ..... Y azoo City ROBERT A. SADLER ........ .... V icksburg GARY LYNN SAGET ....... ..... M eridian FRANCES GAYLE SANFORD ....... Petal JEFF S. SATTERWHITE .... ..... H attiesburg JUDITH DIANE SAUCIER .... ........ H attiesburg EDWARD WILLARD SAULS ............ Jackson STEVEN BOND SAVAGE ...... ..... U pped Darby, Pa. JOHN HERBERT SAVELL .. QUINTON WAYNE SAVELL W. TINGLE SAVELL .......... VICKI G. SAXTON .......... DAVID STANFORD SCHELL SARAH MARY SCHWEPP KAY SUSAN SCOTT .......... DONNA LEIGH SEAGROVES LINDA ELIZABETH SEARCY PETER CHRIS SELTON ...... PATRICIA ANNE SEYMORE . LINDA DELL SHAW ...... CATHY DEE SHELTON LILLIAN KAY SHELTON BESSIE BAMA SHIRLEY .... WILLIAM DAVIE SHORT MARSHA LYNN SHUFF ..... WILLIAM DAVIE SHUMSKI SHANNON GAYLE SIBLEY . JO ANN SILER .............. SHEILA DIANE SIMS ....,.. NELL ELIZABETH SIMMONS ROBERT NEIL SINCLAIR BRENDA ELAINE SMITH .. DANNY BRUCE SMITH .... JERRY WAYNE SMITH .... . . . . . .Bogue Chitto . . . .Fairfax, Va. . . . .Philadelphia ...........Meridian Fort Walton Beach . . . .McKees Rock, Penn. .........Utica . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Pascagoula . . . .Mississippi . . . .Gulfport . . . .Hollandale .......Biloxi . . . . .Brooklyn . . . . .Yazoo City . . . .Brookhaven ..........Laurel Bay St. Louis . . . . ,Columbia . . . . .Jackson . . . . .Raleigh . . . .McComb . . . . . . .Columbia . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Columbus . . . .Gulfport Z ff. Y ZR, . ity t , ff 94, I f , f lg ?',., t fda 919, ' 4. A If ii , f .va - P' A , f f 5? f K! f f ' jf I I 'X f ' Q K f ' 'W T If ' 1. -'f ' xv-5 ,W 'N .pf wi' -... . j -I' . QQ: , 5 1 ..... , 1 'V - .V . f 5' WL.. V . Q, . .ar Q , at f '13 my " 1 X! i 1, 'X . 4 . A -, A f .- A 'rl . 4 V J if if Te A V' ..,. --QML 4 1 f xi' Q,-. F I ,.- A Z ff '1 . ' I I A 91' . Q ' 1 A x 5 f " ' 'Q 2 in ui 1 ff .. 53 IW, Fi- . TW' 3 ' 'Tw af : ,:g,., V . , . ' L - ' ff Y. 1 I V ,A ff XM., . I :SN ... 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CYNTHIA VONCEIL STRONG .... STEPHEN CHRISTIAN STUTTS .... JOYCE MEREDITH SUGG ....... MARGARET KATHERINE SULLIVAN BONNIE JANE SUMNER ............ PEGGY DIANNE SUMRALL ....... CHARLOTTE LYNN SUTHERLIN TERRY JANE SWETMAN ......... JOHN ROBERT SWITZER .... SUE ANN SYKES ............ LOUISE MARTHA TABOR BRENDA ALICIA TALBERT .. BRENDA KAY TANNER .. RAYMOND HARRISON TANNER, JR. ELIZABETH ANN TAYLOR ......... LINDA RUTH TAYLOR ...... PAMELA SUE TAYLOR ....... SUZANNE LYNN TAYLOR .... WILLIAM I. TAYLOR ..... NANCY JOANNE TEPE BRENT LARRY THEAD ....... SUSAN GRETCHEN THEAD MARCIA JEANNE THEIDEL .....Quitrnan .......Fairhope .....Mobile, Ala. .....Pascagoula . . . . . .Natchez . . .Waycross, Ga. . . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . . .Gulfport . . . ,Hattiesburg . . . . .Tunica .........Gulfport CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH SPANN .... .. .....Ft. Thomas, Ky. .........WoodVille ........Columbia . . . .Jackson . . . . .Meridian . . . .Clinton . . . . .Prentis . . . .Shubuta . . . .Jackson . . . . .Laurel . . . .Jackson .........Brand0n .. . . . . .Tylertown .Mississippi City . . . . .Pascagoula . . . . .Clarksdale . . . . .Lucedale . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Tylertown ..........Jackson .. . . .Thomaston, Me. .......,Columbus Birmingham, Ala. .............Isola . . . . .Handsboro . . . .Hattiesburg ...........Jackson . . .Pass Christian ...........Biloxi . . . .Inverness .....Quitman ..........Plain .....Mobile, Ala. .. ...Gulfport . . . . .Lucedale ..........Raleigh . . . . .Waynesboro . . . . . .Jackson . . . .Jackson . . . ,Lumberton .........Laurel .....Mobile, Ala. . . . . .Heidelberg Hinsdale, Ill. Freshmen LISA FREDERICKA THERIOT ARNOLD ELIAS THOMAS ..... DAVID ALLEN THOMAS ......... JAMES SIDNEY THOMAS, JR. OLLIE DARLENE THOMAS .... STEPHANIE ANN THOMPKINS JAYNE THOMPSON ............ JOANNE THOMPSON ...,......... WADE RUDOLPH THORLEY, JR. JAMES WILLIAM THRASH ..... JOHN L. TILLMAN, JR. MARY ANN TONEY .......... TERRY D. TOOLE .............. CARROLL LOUISE TORRENCE RICHARD LEOWEN TREAT MARY PATRICIA TROSTLE . . . JENNY ANNE TROXLER .... SUSAN LINDA TUCKER ..... NELSON PORTER TULL . . . JUDY CRECELL TULLOS GEORGE TERRELL TURNER .... JENNA SUE TURNER ............. WILLIAM BEALL TURNER ........ GEORGE STEPHENS TURPIN, JR. . GLENN CARROLL TYNER ...... JEAN ELLEN UNDERWOOD ....... JULIE CAROL USRY ................ THOMAS MILTON VAN DEVENDER ANNA MARIE VANN ............... LINDA CAROL VAUGHN ..... MARTIN ANTHONY VAN WICK, JR. . VICKI VIRGINIA VASSAR ......... JORGE LUIS VILLARAN . , . FRANK STANLEY VINCENT JAMES VINCENT ............. GEORGE NEWTON WADE .... PATRICIA DEOER WALKER . . LAURA SHARON WALKER .... SUSAN JOY WALKER ....... JOHN KEVIN WALSH .... SARAH IRENE WALTER IVA LYNN WANSLEY ........ PATRICIA GLYNN WARD .... VICKI LYNN WARE ,........ ELEANOR ROSE WAREN .... JANIE LEE WARNOCK ..,... BARRY ANN WARREN ........ MARILYN VIVIAN WARREN .... DEBORAH LYNN WARREN SARA KATHRYN WARREN DIANNE ALAINE WATKINS .... THOMAS PARRISH WATTS LARRY EUGENE WEBB ....... MARTHA JANE WEBB ..... WANDA SUSAN WEBB .... Orleans, La. New . . . . . . . .Vicksburg .........Lelar1d . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Lexington . . . . . .Laurel . . . . . .Jackson . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Lakeland Fla. . . . . . .Decatur . . .... 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SUZANNE ELIZABETH WEILEPP ANN SALLY WEISKOPF ........ THOMAS JAY WEISSMILLER BETTY VICTORIA WELCH .. FRANCES CAROL WELLS 'IEENA WELLS .............. THOMAS ARNOLD WELLS .... NANCIE JO WEST ............... ELLEN SUZANNE WESTERN . .. STEVE WESTMORELAND .... PEGGY REBECCA WHEAT ..... ROBIN ALLISON WHITAKER ELMER ELLSWORTH WHITE .. JOHN MOVERS WHITE ........ KAREN EUGENIA WHITE RONNIE EARL WHITE ...... PRICILLA ELAINE WILKES .... CATHERINE RUTH WILKINS . LYNDA ELIZABETH WILKINS . GLYNDA CAROL WILKERSON .... FRANK H. WILLIAMS .......... JAMES BARLOW WILLIAMS .. JANIS CAROL WILLIAMS .. JOE AREL WILLIAMS ....... MARTHA LYNN WILLIAMS FRANK JOSEPH WILLIS ..... SHARON MARIE WILLIS .... CYNDI DOROTHY WILLOUGHBY .... DONNIE PARKS WILSON ........... JOAN ELAINE WILSON ........... JANE WILTSHIRE .......... SANDRA KAY WINSTEAD PATTI ANN WINTER ....... JANE CAROLYN WISNER JOHN ROBERT WITT ........... GEORGE WILLIAM WOFFORD . . . . . . RUTH G. WOMACK ............ GARY ZANE WOOD ......... NORMA EARL WOODRICK .... CATHY ROSE WOODS .......... HENRY EDWARD WOOLBERT .... RALPH TURNER WOOSLEY JAY RICHARD WUCHER ....... BRENDA KAYE YARBRO ...... SYLVIA DIANE YELVERTON .... PHYLLIS ANN YONKO ......... NANCY ELLEN ZANCA .. . NORA MARIE ZIZ ..... . . . .West Point . . . . .Jackson .. . . .Columbia . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Columbia . . . .Evanston, Ill. ...........Magee Fort Payne, Ala. .........Jackson .....Moss Point ..........Tupelo . ..... Bay St. Louis .Crystal Springs ....Bogalusa, La. . . . . .Columbus . .... Pensacola, Fla. ........McComb ..........Laurel . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . .Roanoke, Va. . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . .Jackson ....Baker, Fla. . . . . .Prentiss . . .Mendenhall ........,.Jackson . . . .Bogalusa, La. . . . . . .Poplarville . . .Chalmetta, La. . . . . .Mendenhall . . . .Jackson . . . .Newton . . . . . .Lyman . . . .Hazlehurst . . . . .Jackson . . . . . . .Jackson .........Jackson . . .Ardmore, Ala. .Memphis, Tenn. . . . . .Waynesboro . . . .Tylertown . . . .Meridian . . . . .Louisville . . . .Clarksdale . . . .Clinton ........Indianola DOROTHY DeLYNN WORLEY . . . .... . . . . . . . .N, Miami Beach, Fla. ................Jackson . . . . .Hattiesburg . .. . . . .Jackson . . . .Ocean Springs .........Biloxi Ashley, Richard H., 293 Bates. A Aaron, Phyllis Ann, 322 Abbott, Cynthia Lynn, 365 Abraham, William Byron, 197 Abshier, Peggy. 57, 64, 183 Adams, Edward Jenkins, 197, 322 Adams, Eugenia Ray, 292 Adams, Gerald Joe, 322 Adams, James Hermon, 292 Adams, Janice, 99 Adams, Jenny Claire, 365 Adams, Peggy Louise, 95, 98, 191, 350 Adams, Ronald H., 203 Adams Sharon Ann, 148, 350 Adcox,' El izabeth Elaine, 365 Aderholdt, Frank Williams, 93, 350 Adkins, Donna Ruth, 108, 322 Adkins, Donna, 120 Adkins, T Adkinson, ommy, 97 Wayne, 248 Admire, Patricia Ann, 124, 322 Adrianc, Dill, 299 Agerton, Catherine Chavoron, 322 Ahliunin. Alix Elizabeth. 148. 365 Ainsworth, Gloria Jane, 323 Ainsworth, Judith Ann, 258, 350 Ainsworth, Philip Cline, 293 Aldridge, David Byron, 292 Albritton, Micky Caiye, 179, 365 Allbritton, Janna Sue, 350 Allday. Jesse Carrol, 322 Aleman, Kenny, 117 Alexander. Betty, 100 Alexander, Betty Carolyn, 288 Alexander, Billy Gerald, 322 Alexander, Bob, 148 Alexander, Danny Olan, 322 Alexander, Lois Elaine, 322 Alexander, Robert D., 95, 322 Alford, Ann M., 187 Alford, Emmet, 157 Alford, Martha Ellen, 365 Alford, Alford, Janis Lyn, 365 Teresa Diane, 179, 322 Alfonso, Tommye Carlene, 258, 365 Allen, Brenda Susan, 350 294 Allen Curtis Raymond Jr., 288 Allen: Dennis Spedale, '350 Allen Eva Louise 322 Allen, Frances, 100 Allen, James Randall, 164, 204, 205 Allen, James Ronnie, 292 Allen, Leah Beth, 179, 350 Allen, Malcolm E., 250 Allen, Pamela Carlotta, 92, 350 Allen, Prentiss Daniel, 365 Allen, Ray, 118 Allen, Richard Douglas, 199 Allen, Allen Robert Spencer, 203, 350 Wayne 365 Kenneth Ray, 367 Boyd Allgood, sheiia Fay, 258, 292 Allison, Linda A., 322 Allred, Dewitt Talmage, 323 Allred, Te rre Elizabeth, 350 Alman, Kenny E., 292 Argigizcker, Linda, 74 ,129, 144, 145,181, Amones, Carl Alton, 365 Sue, 258 Ammons, D. Elton, 323 Ammons, John Billy, 203, 323 Anders, Dianne, 76, 165, 176, 187 Anderson, Carolyn, 76, 120, 163 Anderson, Donald Walter, 292 Anderson Gavin LaRue 365 Anderson: Hai-old Aiw A 149 292 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Y . . Jerry Louise, 292 Margaret Cecilia, 350 Margaret Ellen, 183, 365 Margaret Elise, 179, 292 Anderson, Patricia Carolyn, 292 Anderson, Robert, 128 Anderson, Sanna Rea. 323 Anderson, Shelia Marie, 365 Anderson Svlvia Edward 292 And.-ewsfaecky K., 185, E165 Andrews, Karen Teres, 365 Andrews, Robert Wilson, 205, 323 Andrews, Ruth Thelma, 293 Andrews, Steve Martin, 201, 323 Anest. An na Sue, 185, 350 Ango, Sandra Lynn, 254, 265 Apperson, Henry Milton, 95, 350 Arbach, Chafil, 350 Archie, Albert, 124, 323 Archer. Janice L., 293 Arehart, Mary Betty, 365 Argenbright, Steve Charles, 366 Arledge. Sandra Elizabeth, 366 Armour, Elizabeth Ann, 323 Armstrong, Carolyn Jean, 69, 187, 3 Armstrong, Gwendolyn Elaine, 323 Amnstrong. Jean Ott, 323 Armstrong, Robert Norman, 365 Armus, Ann, 323 Arnold, Ralph, 323 Arrington, James Robert, 350 Asberry. Denny L., 201 Ashburn, Arnold, 100 Ashford, John, 120 Ashley, Donna D., 203 Ashley, Patricia, 92 23 Student Index Ashlye, Sandra Kay. 366 Askew, Rebecca Ann, 179, 258, 366 Assaf, Ed G., 124, 194, 195 Atkins, Charles Harwood, 350 Atkinson, Bill, 205 Attkinson, Bobbie Wayne, 288 Atkinson, Leland Bernard, 366 Atkinson, Walter Carlos, 205 Atkinson, Wayne, 147 Atkinson, Willia M., 293 Aucpck, Carl Jackson, 205 Aulenbrock, Catherine Carol, 323 Aultman, Lynda Marie, 350 Aultman, Peggy Ann, 323 Donna Kathleen, 366 Boatman, Carol Kay, 33, 85, 120. 183. 294 182, Austin, Dana Mae, 293 Austin, Frances Jo, 323 Austin, Gary, 366 Austin, Larry L., 165 Autry, Hank, 248 Autry, Jimmie Kay, 350 Autrey, Jonnie Lou, 288 Autry, Melvin Henry, 203 Avera, Larry O., 293 Aycock, Carl Jackson, 93, 353, 366 Aycock, Fred, 117 B Baber, Mary Wanda, 293 Babers, Ronald Roy, 351 Bachman, Gene, 124, 223, Backus, Thomas William, 123, 293 293 Bates, Lynda Louise, 366 Batton, Gary Wayne, 366 Baucum, James Olen, 293 Baughn, Robert Leonard, 324 Baylis, Carol Ann, 90, 120, 176, 191, 293 Baylis, James Ronald, 293 Baymiller, James Pierce, 324 Bayne, Russell Laverne, 293 Bean, Howard Danny, 324 Bean, J. Ellen, 366 Beard, Blanche Sue, 324 Beard, Cherry Lynn, 366 Beard, Janice Marie, 351 Beard, Michael, 93, 360 Bearden, Nancy Lynn, 96, 294 Beasley, Jane Ellen, 294 Beasley, Mary Harriet, 294 Beasley, William J., 324 Beason, Martha Jane, 189 Beaver, Linda Sue, 351 Beck, Charles Ray, 351 Becker, Craig Edward, 351 Beckner, Harold Duane, 324 Bedell, Thomas Bufliington, 294 Beggs, Freddie Roy, 351 Beicker, Mollis Johnanne, 366 Beiverfield, Edward William, 351 Belknap, Brian R., 356 Bell, Betty Carolyn, 324 Bell, Beverly Ann, 351 Bell, Cheryl Jean, 351 Bock, Bethany Ann, 367 Bodden, Jean E., 187 Boggan, Ann Mary. 366 Boggan, Elizabeth Luellen, 294 Boggan, Luther Theodore, 324 Boglane, Linda Kay, 191 Boland, Mary, 351 Boler, Kenneth Lane, 324 Boler, Therrell Glen, 324 Boling, Danny Glenn, 324 Boling, Janice Evelyn, 324 Bolton, Jamice L., 288 Bolton, Janice, 73, 121, Bonazzoli, Denny, 121 Bond, Peggy Ruth, 324 Boney, James Elwood, 351 Bonner, Michael Stephen, 126, 307, 351 Bonnett, Clarice, 120, 121 Bonnett, Danny, 124 Booker, Richard D., 117, 205 Boone. Paulette, 294 Booth, Marjorie, 324 Bacon, Linda Marie, 366 Badger, Herbert Andrew, 288 Bagby, Mary Elizabeth, 323 Bell, Frances Seleita, 324 Bell, Kathy. 351 Bell, Ronnie E., 324 Bellue, Pamela Jean, 366 Booth, Martha, 91, 98, 99, 108, 121, 294 Booth, Sylvia Dianne, 351 Boozer, Eva Jean, 351 Borden, Anna Lynn Counce, 294 Borden, Roberta Clare, 351, 366 Boring. Janey, 179 Bostwick, Bary J., 201 Boswell, Ouida Mary, 294 Boswell, Rose Mary, 188 Bottiv, Ray Robert, 366 Bouchillon, Laura Elizabeth 187, 366 Boudreaux, Freddie Martin, 294 Baggett, Anita M., 323 Baggett, Jimmie Franklin, 323 Beltram, Raffaele G., 243, 351 Benfield, William A., 294 Bailey, Clinton J., 351 Bailey, Jerry Truman, 197 Bailey, June Jacqulyn, 96, 293 Bailey, Pryor Garner, 293 Bailey. Spencer Lea, 293 Bailey, Virginia Anne, 293 Bainter, Bill, 119 Baker, Jennifer Ann, 323 Baker, Patricia Lee, 293 Baker, Rita, 187 Baker, Robert Charles, 366 Balch, Peggye, 351 Benke, Anne, 121, 179 Benner, Cindy Anderson, 366 Bennett, Aline Grant, 294 Bennet, Barbara Gail, 185, 366 Bennett, Clarice Marie, 324 Bennett, Jesse Edward, 366 Bennett, S. Varton, 324 Bennett, Benson, Steven Wales, 294 Sherry Lowe, 187 Blackburn, Kathleen, 92, 93, 351 Blackwell, Bruce, 324 Baldwin, Brenda Joyce, 293 Baldwin, Glenda Jean, 239 Baldwin, Linda Marie, 258, 366 Blankenship, Glend Sue, 98, 324 Banks, Elizabeth Givens, 366 Bankston, Patricia Olivia, 323 Bann, Donald Dickinson, 199, 198 Berg, Curt Hjalmar, 204, 294 Bergeron, Debra Elane, 366 Berges, John Joseph, 294 Bergin, Willie Adonis, 288 Berquiest, Richard E., 351 Barber, Barber, Barber, Barber, Bardin lva Roquell, 351 Anna Marie, 351 Carolyn Lorraine, 92, 323 Henry Eugene, 197, 323 Joseph 323 Berrt, Berry David Locke, 366 , Beverly Pack, 181, 294 Berry, Bill, 199 Berry, David M., 195, 324 Berry, Lynn, 92, 176, 191 Berry, Mims W., 351 Berry Berry Best, , Robert Gerald, 351 . Ronald, 351 Benjy, 204, 205, 324 Bounds, Barry Kyle, 351 Bounds, Donald Harrison, 351 Bounds, Eilleen Patricia, 366 Bounds, Joye, 99 Bounds, Larry, 294 Bounds, Meida, 366 Bounds, Terry Wayne, 177, 201 Bounds William, 86 Bourgeois, Gary, 248 Bourgeois, Joseph Allan, 351 Bourgeois, Linda Elaine, 366 Bourne, Bourne, Boutwell, Boutwell, Boutwell Larry Clyde, 201, 351 Ronnie Shelby, 366 Brenda, 124 Carol Joyce, 98, Kenneth G. 177 197, 294 Boutwell: Linda Diane, 324 Boutwell Boutwell Minnie Elizabeth, 366 Tommy 222, 226 Bowden, 'E. Ann, 351 Bowell, Howard Jack, 366 Bowen, Ann Mathilde, 366 Bowen, Ester Lorraine, 294 Bowering, Hall Gus, 351 Bardwell, Sylvia Anne. 323 Barfield, Thomas Foster, 197, 366 Barger, Jimmy, 248 Barginear, Leo Sanford, 366 Barham, Evelyn Janis, 366 Best, Paula R., 366 Betts, Diana Lynn, 120, 189, 324 Bevon, Faith Durden, 258, 366 Bevon, Mary Virginia, 185, 366 Biedenham, James Phelan, 205 Biggs, William Otis, 209, 324 Biglane, Jenny Lynn, 187 Biglane, Linda Kay, 124, 294 Bowie, Boyce, Boyd, Jean, 351 Lana Kay. 351 Jerry Lynn, 324 Boyd, John Steven, 366 Boyd: Michael Connely. 116, 324 Boyd, Nita Louise, 351 Boyd, Boykin, Thomas H., 351 Doris Ann, 324 Boydkin, Ollie Sue, 295 Baricev, Barker, Barker, Barker, Peter Joseph, 134, 323 Linda Ann, 351 Nancy, 96 Nancy Elizabeth, 152, 323 Barland, George Preston, 201 Barlow, Joe Billy, 293 Barneko, Nancy, 70, 76, 183, 263, 366 Barnes, Barnes, Janis Dean, 293 Joe Billy, 293 Barnes, Mary Alyce, 366 Barnes, Ronald Lloyd, 323 Barnett, Charlotte Marie, 351 Barnett, Charlotte Marie, 185 Barnett, Clayton Russell, 323 Barnett Patricia Kay, 323 Barnett: Bilbo, Alonse Claude, 324 Bilbo, Dale Roger, 324 Bilbo, Jake, 200 Bilbo, Marion D., 324 Bilbro, Janie Dott, 324 Bishop. Charlotte Markilene, 324 Bishop. Julia Alice, 294 Bishop, Kathy, 61, 73, 92, 93, 144, 145, 187, 261 I Bishop, Lynn, 99 Bistle, Mable. 324 Bitzer, Gary Lynn, 208, 209 Bizzell, Danny, 55, 86, 90, 177, 200, 201, 294 Bizzell, Jean, 85 Barnhill, George Robin, 323 Bizzell, Thomas Michael, 97, 351 Boyles, Boyles, Ann Kelly, 295 Ron Nance, 351 Bozeman, Danny. 209, 324 Bozzetti, Bozzetti, Massimo, 295 Max, 243 Bracewell, Byron, 87 Braddock, Sheila L., 352 Bradera, Edward Alfred, 145, 367 Bradley, Barbara Gayle, 124, 295 Bradley, Beatrice A., 288 Bradley. Cynthia A., 121, 295 Bradley, Faye, 121 Bradley, Henry Saltonstall, 295 Bradley, Jae Elizabeth, 352 Bradley, Jane, 149 Brady avid Julian 324 . D . Brady, Janet Sue, 120 Baron, Bennie, 100 Barr, Carolyn Marie, 185, 366 Barr, R Barrett, Barrett, Barrett, Barrick, Barron, Barron, Barron, Barron, Barron, egina Diane, 351 Ivy Lee, 293 June Shannon, 315 Kathryn Ann, 323 Ronald Douglas, 203 Anna, 100 Bethany. 124, 191, 323, 366 Beverly F., 366 Don Frederick, 293 Margaret Florence, 293 Barron, Rebecca Ann, 323 Bartlelt, Leroy, 288 Bartlett, Nancy Ilene, 323 Barton, Clarence Earl, 315 Black, Deborah, 366 Black, Henry, 97 Blackburn Arter Jack, 324 Blackburn, Kathleen, 179 Blacklidge, Raymond Allen, 351 Blacklidge, Ron, 117 Blacklidge, Ronald Wayne, 201 Blackmon, Rudy James, 366 Blackston, Alan Mathiue, 294 Blackwell, Dwight Gough, 201 Blaglcwell, Reginald Henderson, Blackwell, Sheila. 124, 324 177. Brady. Judith Carol, 367 Brady, Richard Ralph, 324 Bragassa, Timothy D., 195 Braley, Barbara, 124 Brame, Margaret Ann, 62, 76, 183 Bramlett, James L., 205 Branch, Oscar Eugene, 324 Branch, Samuel David, 324 Brandes, Loreean, 367 Brandon, Dave, 74, 173, 177, 197 Brann, Milton Page, 295 Brattam, Charlotte, 124 Brauchle, Paul E., 288 Bass, Carey, 230 Bass, Carol, 100 Bass, Claude, 93 Bass, Margaret Carol, 351 Bassett, Jimmy Grover, 293 Bassi, Betty Lou, 366 Bassi, Norciva Rosalie, 351 Bateman, Deborah Jimm, 366 Bateman, Hugh, 120 Bates, Bonnie E., 293 Blair. Mary Ellen. 351 Blakeney, Carol Jean, 294 Blakeney, John W., 117, 351 Bland, Shirley Ann, 294 Blawsett, Sulius Ray. 294 Blissett. David Mike, 351 Blitch, Patricia Gayle, 294 Blount, James O., 294 Blount, Mike Allen. 201, 366 Blue, Donnie Ferrell, 294 Blue, Margaret Brooks, 366 Blue, Martha Kay, 145, 183, 324 Blumer, Patricia Ann, 324 81 Braud, Blanchard, 248 Braxton, Ben D., 325 Breakfield, Edward Ray, 352 Breaux, Catherine Louise, 137, 191 Breazeale, Lynda Ann, 325 Breisea. Libbie. 325 Breland, Rod, 115 Breland, Rodney Clyde, 295 Brennan, David Clark, 295 Brent, Linda Dianne, 325 Brent, Melinda Marie, 352 Brewer, Carolyn, 367 Brewer, Diana Dell, 295 Caro, Brewer, Linda Marie, 295 Brewer, Paul Zeno, 197, 367 Brewer, Bridges, Shirley Ann, 295 Bettye N.. 352 Bridges, Carolyn Ruth, 367 Bridges, Harvey Steven, 357 Bridges, Jack. 202 Bridges, Jeanne, 176 Bridges, Jeanne Louise, 191 Bridges, John Frank, 203 Bridges, Bridges Bridges Russell Wayne, 325 , Sandra Joan, 325 William T., 295 Brigrlaci, Frances, 98 Mildred Frances, 325 , William R., 203 Brinkman, Michael Patrick, 352 Brissett, Sharon A., 352 Brister, Lynell, 121 Britt, Virgil, Jr., 325 Britton, Charles Edward, 325 Britton, James Leonard, 194 Broadhead, Carmen Colleen, 352 Broadus, Delores Ann, 325 Broadus, Ronald Keith, 367 Broadwin, Shona, 258 Brocato. Carol Ann, 189, 367 Brock, Bethany Ann, 187 Brock, Dorothea, 185, 367 Brock, Leon Thomas, 295 Brock, Thomas L., 118 Brignac, Brignac Butler, Camille Suzanne, 187, 258, Bruech, Brooks, Barbara Jean, 352 Brooks, Brenda Faye, 367 Brooks, Claude Michael, 325 Brooks, Linda Gale, 144, 189, 295 Brooks, Mac, 211 Broom, Nancy Elizabeth, 325 Broome, Michael Randall, 201 Broome, Robert C., 295 Broome, Sandra Cheryl, 325 Brouillette, Oscar Jason, 100, 288 Brouillette, Robert Earl, III, 325 Bulock, Joy Arhonda. 367 Bullock, Sherman Wayne, 116, 296 Burch, Phyllis Carol, 176, 185, 367 Burd, Phuliis Marie. 296 Burden, Clifford Dennis, 296 Burdine, Robert F., 296 Burford, Rita Frances, 325 Burger, Keary Elvin, 195 Burges, John Joseph, 207 Burges, Susan L., 367 Burke, Patricia Jean, 325 Burke, Wayne Roy. 352 Burke, William Thomas, 95, 296 Burkes, Craig, 152 Burkett, Don, 114, 118 Burkett, Dorothy Sue, 325 Burkhalter, John C., 352 Burks, Ronald Truett, 325 Burlingame, Laura, 98, 108 Burnett, Bettye Elizabeth, 296 Burnett, Burnett, Burnett, Burney, Douglas, 197, 325 Faye Lynda, 326 Laverne, 124, 296 Robert G., 367 Burnham, Linda Jean, 352 Burns, Burns Burns, Burns Burns, Burns Burns Bob K., 296 Charles M., 326 Constance Elizabeth, 367 , Horne Sylvia, 326 Melrose, 99, 100, 185, , Sammy Glenn, 326 Willia Allen 326 Burr, Virginia Ann, 326 Burrage, William Larry, 352 Burris, Sue Linda, 296 Burroughs, Keith Lawrence. 326 Burrus, Wayne, 207, 352 Burst, Becky, 191 Burt, Donna Lee, 120, 326 Burt, Thomas W., 296 Burwell, Cathy L., 367 Busby, Malcolm, 296 Busby, Peggy Louise, 326 Bush, Dale, 126, 296 Bush, Thomas Wilson, 124, 362 Gerald E., 326 Busick, Bustin, Mary Virginia, 362 Browr, Barbara, 97. 288 Brown, Ella Ray, 120, 295 Brown, Gary Lee, 295 Brown, Gene, 367 Brbcggzn, Henry Edgar, Jr., 88, 93, 95, Brown, James Michael, 209, 352 Brown, James Robert, 200, 207, 295 Brown, Brown, Joyce Marie, 295 Lawrence Audie, 325 Brown, Lawrence Newton, 195 Brown, Linda Carol, 176, 179, 295 Brown, Linda Sue, 295 Brown, Lowell Stanley, 325 Brown, Marilyn Frances, 325 Brown, Martha Easterling, 325 Brown, Mary Ellen, 96, 295 Brown, Nolan Michael, 199, 325 Brown, Pamela Faye, 325 Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Patricia Irene, 325 Patrick Eugene, 295 Rebecca Alice, 352 Richard B., 148, 325 Brown, Rita Sue, 325 Brown, Sam Piazza, 97, 289 Brown, Sharon Ann, 92, 352 Brown, Shirley Mae, 325 Brown, Sterling, 93 Brown, Susan Elaine, 185, 352 Brou, Philip Edmond, Jr., 325 Broyles, Carol Yvonne, 295 Patricia Ann, 367 Brugess, Armaund, 325 Brumfield, James E., 75, 88, 295 Brumfield, Marilyn Sue, 124, 325 Brumfield, Patsy Ann, 193, 367 Butler, Patricia Ann, 326 Butler, Richard Anthony, 296 Buttles. Carolyn Jean, 179, 326 Buxto n, Ronnie Wayne, 95, 326 Byars, William Strain, 326 Bynum, Diane, 92, 352 Bynum, Glen, 124, 223, 224, 248 Bynum, Harry Kenneth, 124, 326 Bynum, James Lamar, 296 Byrd, Byrd. Byrd, Byrd, Byrd. Byrd, Byrd, Byrd, Byrd, Barbara Ann, 296 Beverly Katherine, 326 David Ernest, 367 Frances Ann, 92, 352 Jeanese, 326 Lawrence Charles, 367 Oliver Wayne, 93, 367 Thomas Carroll, 326 Wilson L., 367 Byrnes, Drew, 203 Byrnes, Patricia Lynn, 190, 191, C Cain, Bobby N., 296 Curtis Zamar, 326 Frank A., 97, 291 Cain, Brummett, Frances Waldine, 149, 352 Bruner, Ronald P., 325 Brunson, Carole Elizabeth, 352 Cain, Cain, Hugh Elery, 352 Cain, Ladye Susan, 181, 367 Cain Robert Anthony 202, 203 Caicbte, ceimois Lizette, 326 Caldwell, Kenneth W., 352 Calhoun, Callaway, Callaway, Callaway, Callaway, Charlotte, 326 A. Fisher, 199, 367 Jolynn, 183 Leonard Wyeth, 326 Rebecca Joyce, 367 Callia, Anthony Alex, 326 Calloway, James Martin, 326 Calter, Ralph, 206 Calvert, Pamela Clare, 367 Cameron, Colleen, 98 Cameron, Jimmy Charles, 367 Camp. Barry Russell, 367 Campbell, Cynthia M., 179 Bryan, Billie Kay, 325 Bryan, Elton Oneil, 124, 325 Bryan, Willia Cullom, 295 Bryant, Billy. 124 Bryant, Jerry Mitchell, 197 Bryant, John Thomas, 120, 295 Bryant, Katheyn Lydia, 183 Bryant, Kenneth Wayne, 295 Bryant, Leslie Alonzo, 295 Bryant, L. William, 325 Bryant, Martha Jo, 71, 92, 93, 181, 352 Bryant, Maurice W., 295 Bryant, Willie Yvonne, 352 Bryce, Judy, 95 Buchana, Pamela Shepard, 325 Buchling. Joy Ann, 367 Buck, Gayle. 325 Buck, John Leroy, 367 Buck, Lena Kathryn, 352 Buckalew, Lee Dennis, 124 Buckley. Dempsey, 367 Buckley. Judy Elaine, 325 Buckley. Lawrence Edwin, Jr., Buckley, Susan, 121 Buckley, Susan Juanita, 325 Buckley, Sybil Nan, 325 Buckley. Wilbur David, 296 Buckly. Susan, 102 Bueso, Francisco Jose, 296 Buflington, Sonja E., 352 Bufkin, Bufkin, Billy George. 88, 296 Linda Ann, 325 Bulingame, Laura, 108, 296 Bulingames, Roger Alan, 201 Bullock. Ann Cecilia, 296 Bullock, Joe Dougals, 325 3 Campbell Campbell Campbell C. Ray, 203 David Ezekiel, 296 Gloria Jean, 326 258, 296 2 J C '. ' . Cggtiila, Johanna Katherine, 148, 3 Chailie 177 Carami, Frederick Louis, 367 Caraher, Patricia M., 189. 296 Caranna, Nancy Alfreda, 367 Carawya, Melton Hay9S. 296 Cargo. Patricia Sue, 367 Carledge, Richard Glourroy. 203 Carlin, Kathleen Elizabeth, 367 Carlisle, Ben, 117 Carlson, Kathy Lynn. 152- 367 Carmichael, Mary Ann, 100 Carney, James E., 326 Carr Annie Lucille, 326 Anita Ka 326 , Y. Carr, John Scott, 197, 352 Carr, Susan H., 352 Carr, Tommy L., 326 Carroll, Brenda An.ne, 76. 164. 189. Carruth, Paul E., 326 Carson, Judith Lynn, 152, 367 Carson, Richard Norward, 205, 326 Carter, Becky. 124 Carter, Dorothy, 96 Carter, Janis Lea, 179 Carter, Larry George, 203, 367 Carter, Margaret Merle, 326 Carter. Mary Scott, 326 Carter, Nancy Jo, 352 Carter, Ralph Eugene, 207 Carter, Rebecca Ann, 326 Carter, Ronald Lee, 326 Carter, Terrie Frederick, 296 Carter, Warrene Hyner, 367 Carubba, Frances Xavier, 367 Carver, Joy Elaine, 367 Casane, Jerald Glenn, 195 Case, Deborah Madeline, 352 Case, James Edward, 327 Case, Lola Jean, 296 Case, Patricia Ann, 296 Case, Terry Marlow, 327 Case James Milton, 367 y. Castanda, Jose, 243 Castaneda, Jorge, 243 Castle, Jennifer Kay, 121, 179, 367 Castleberry, Brad, 118 Castellon. Sergio, 289 Castrogiovanni, Anthony Frank, 297 52 Claytor, Linda Jeanne, 189 Clearman, Joe Mack, 297 Clement, Randall Howard, 352 Clements, John Edwin, 372 Clements, Joseph H.. 118 Clemons, Thomas James, 352 Cleveland, Donald Robert, 297 Clifford, Bruce Wheelc-r. 353 Cline, Nancy. 327 Cloman, James F., 168, 297 Clooum, Aubrey L., 119 Clyburn, Esmond Steve, 327 Coaker, Ruth Ann, 368 Cobb, Harold Carl, 368 Cobb, James David, 297 Cobb, Robbie E., 191, 327 Cochran, Burett Ward, 327 Cochran Cathy Elaine, 368 Cochran: C. William, 353 Cochran. Montressa, 187, 297 Cockrell, Scariett, 327- ' Cockrell, Sharon Virginia, 297 Cuevas, Laura Jane, 368 Cofrancesco, Alfred Francis, 368 Coggin, Perry, 353 Coker, Lanelle Dunn, 297 Coker, William Leon, 97, 289 Colclough, Barbara Jean, 297 Coldewey. M. Christie, 353 Cole. Cecile Annettee, 353 Cole, Lloyd Hamilton, 158, 297 Cole, James Allen, 297 Cole, John Harrison, 368 Cole, Kathryn, 327 Cole, Lloyd, 148 Cole Lynda Ann, 148, 368 Coieinan, William Edward, 353 Collard, Cindy. 189, 368 Collins, Dwight F., 297 Collins, Nikki, 121 Collins, Patricia Alice, 327 Collins, Collum, Colman, T. Frank, 106, 199, 327 Aubrey L., 327 James F., 168 Colville, Faye Delia, 327 Coman, Marsha Marie, 297 Combs, Jean, 96 Combs, Joan, 100 Combs, Robert Long. 87, 93, 96, Catlett, Wayne P., 94, 137, 297 Catlette, John Ellis, 199 Cato, Beverly Eugenia, 367 Caton, Charles Eugene, 367 Caudill, Virginia, 100 Caul, Harriett Virginia, 352 Cavanaugh, Michael F.. 367 Cave, Chris S., 177, 209, 211, 352 Caves, Sherry Ann, 297 Cegelski, Allen Joseph, 327 Centorino, Barbara B., 327 Chamberlain, Melba Jane, 119, 297 Chambers, Sylvia Elaine, 258, 368 Chambliss, Julius Cecil, 327 Chambliss, Patricia Ann, 54. 56, 57. 60, 72, 84, 88, 106, 297 Chameelar, William, 121 Chan, Ernie, 132 Chance, Jack Byrnes, 297 Chance, Patsy, 94 Chance, Tony Glen, 368 Chancellor, Brenda Carol, 187, 352 Chancellor, William Lee, 97, 117, 297 Chandler, Bobby, 230 Chandler, Elizabeth Ann, 352 Channel, Ronnie, 228, 225 Chapman, Gail Linda, 352 Chapman, Frederick William, 297 Chapman, Fred Glennville, 368 Chapman, Thomas Alfred, 201 Cheek, James Wilson, 352 Cheeks, Diane, 297 Cheeks, Joann. 297 Chesney. D. Margaret, 120, 297 Childers, Garland Stephen, Christ, Sharon Lee, 327 Chisholm, Jane Mary, 327 Chisholm, Mary Roberta, 191, 352 Chisholm, Thomas T., 86 Choate, Sam Winston, 327 Chirsco, Carlo Faye, 368 Christensen, Christine Marie, 120, 327 Christian. Jan, 327 Christiance. Beverly Sue, 297 298 Combust, Martha Kaye, 258, 353 Compago, Gaetand Unno, 368 Comstock, Charles Willard, 368 Connerly, Clinton Earl, 128, 145, 298 Conerly, Donna, 100 Conerly, Roderick Evan, 368 Conklin, Judy, 96 Conliff, Richard Roy, 327 Conn, Joy Marie. 185, 368 Conn, Tommy, 93 Conner, David McGee. 353 Conner, Linda Diane, 183 Conner, Rudy Lee, 368 Conner, William John, 327 Connolly, Richard Paul 298 Constance, Rita Kay, 368 Conti, Eleanor Victoria, 353 Convers Cook, B Cook, C Cook C e, Joel Robert, 368 ill, 177 arolyn Frances, 298 hip. 230 Cookf Gilmer Alfred, 327 Cook, Glynn Lane, 368 Cook. John Alan, 195 124, 397 Cook, Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook f William Calhbun, 205, 327 Cooke, Kathy E., 106, 181, 368 Michael Royce, 203, 327 Norma Lynn, 129, 176, 181 Pamela Louise, 98, 327 Princy, 75, 129. 181, 298 Rebecca Ann 298 Frances Jean, 327 Cooley, Barbara Ann, 353 Cooley, Charlene, 179, 368 Cooley, Earl, 100 Cooley, Ginger Sue, 368 Cooley. Jackie Creel, 353 Cooley. Lynn Allison, 327 Cooley. Rebecca Sara, 368 Coon, Homer Lee, 353. Cooper, Cooper, Brenda Gail, 92, 353 Greg S., 195 1 Campbell Jane Mary, 352 Ca3r51g9bell Janis Elaine. 129. 176, 183, Campbell, John M.. 95, 163, 168 Campbell, Larry Lee, 296 Campbell Mary Lee, 121 Campbell Ray, 177 Campbell Rosemary, 181, 367 Campbell, Susan Lane, ,326 Campion, Mary Faith, 352 Campion, Kathleen Louise, 367 Canavan, Canavan, Elizabeth Ann, 326 Robert C., 326 Caneer, Milton Thomas, 367 Canes. Sherry, 121 Canfield, Georffrey. 326 Canfield, Pamela E., 98, 114, 326 Canfield, Sarai Ann, 181, 296 Canizaro, Gilda Fatima, 352 Canning, Barbara Mary, 108, 367 Gentry, Glenn Alan, 326 Capps, David Edward, 326 3 28 Christopher, Ann Meek, 297 Christopher. Paul E., 164, 168, 297 Cionek, David Paul, 327 Clair, Oliver Austin, 297 Clar, Donald, 93 Clark, Bette L., 297 Clark, Danny Joe, 352 Clark, Don, 207 Clark, Dora Sue, 352 Clark. Clark, Doug A., 230, 368 H. Durvan, 297 Clark, John Terrance, 297 Clark, Judy Annette, 179, 368 Clark, Kappy. 327 Clark, Lisa Joanne, 187, 327 Clark, Martha Jane. 327 Clark, Mary Claire, 327 Clark, Martha K., 368 Clark, Ray L., 327 Clark, Sharron Anne, 368 Clark Thomas James, 197 Clarke. Georganne, 352 Clarkson, Carole Ellen, 124, 297 Clay. Shirley R.. 352 Clayton, Sherie Anyce, 327 383 Cooper, Leslie Carol, 353 Cooper, Martha, 258 Copeland, Melaney, 183, 368 Coppinger. Martha Louise, 368 Corbitt, Joe Bernard, 150, 298 Core, Randolph Foster, 327 Core, Susan Force. 327 Correra, Anthony Joseph. 368 Comelison. Virgil Van Buren, 127 Corns, Frankie Karen, 191 Corsby, Lee Marsha. 181 Corsetto, Richard Florio, 368 Corts, Frances Ann, 327 Costello, Wendy Ruth. 298 Cot, Raymond J.. 120 100 201 327 Cotes, Robert Edward, 97, 105, 108, 204 205, 350, 353 Cothern, Clyde Shirley, 327 Cothren, Marvin Ronnie. 327 Cotten, Donald Ray, 298 Cottingim, Gary Allen, 368 Countryman, Linda Gayle, 151, 352 Courtney, John David. 209 Courtney. Leona H.. 327 Courtney. Paula Teresa, 258, 368 Cousley, Sally Kearny, 353 Covell, Susan Claire, 258, 298 Covington, Cheryl Ann, 108, 298 Cowan, Melvin Derwood, 298 Cowley, Kathy, 258 Cowlin Melissa Kathleen, 268 328 Davenport, Carol M.arie, 122, 353 S. Hunter Linwood. 328 Cox, Cox, John Joseph, 368 Cox, John Scott, 334 Cox, Cox. Cox, Julie Anne, 368 Justine Ann, 187 Lynn, 114 Cox, Margaret Ann, 328 Cox Margaret Lynn, 334 coxf Martha Carole, 368 Cox Raymond, 95 Cox: Raymond Joseph, 298 Cox, Raymond W.. 123. 328 Cox, Teena, 186 Coyle, Arlen B., 201 Crabtree, Nancy Boice. 328 Craft. Cheryl, 92, 136 Craft, Elizabeth F., 298 Craft, Gloria Jeannette, 76, 165, 3 Craft. Craft. Judieth Wayne, 298 Linda Fay, 368 Craft, Lanny M., 205 Craft, Mike, 230 Craft, Troy. 248 Craft, Wanda L., 298 Craig, Margaret Ann, 353 Crain, Harold DeWitt, 353 Crane, Jane H., 120, 328 Crane r, Bruce Michael, 209 Crawford, Claudette D., 152, 181 Crawford, Joe Everette, 116, 298 Crawl Creel. ey, Mary Ellen, 328 Evelyn Theodora, 179, 353 Cresap, Nora Eileen, 368 Cress, Terry Wayne, 116, 328 Creighton, Claude T., 328 53 Crews, Lyle Albert, 115, 298 Crews, Martin H., 205, 328 Crews, William Franklin, 328 Crisp, Delnias, 87.99, 100 Crit, Jerry Wayne, 353 Cromartie, Dawn, 191, 298 Crosby, Billie Sue, 368 Crosby, Lee Marsha, 181 Cross, Irma Eleanor, 189 Cross, Shirley Ann, 368 Crowder, James Durell, 353 Crowder, Kathy E., 129, 181, 328 Crowder, Morris Wayne, 298 Crowell, Glenda Lou, 368 Cruit, Jerry Wayne, 353 Crum, Charles, 95 Crum, Charles Raymond, 353 Crumbley, Janice Oliva, 179. 368 Crutcher, James Robert, 368 Cruthirds, Sydney E., 368 Cubley, Alice Patricia, 75, 183. 353 Culberson, James Houston, 117, 328 Culberson, Paul, 177 Culberson, William Sanford, 328 Daniel, Rudy Stephens, 323 Daniels, Dorothy Mae, 364, 369 Daniels, Howard Meovin, 298 Dansby, Carol Sue, 328 Darde Darna n, George Randolph, 328 uer, Wilma Ann, 98, 299 Darriel, Kenneth U.. 116 Dart, Jonathan T., 353 Daughdrill, Doug. 118, 299 Daughdrill, Herman Larry, 177, 197, Davenport, Dicky. 230 Davidson, Billy, 124 Davidson, Kent Lee, 364, 369 Davidson, Mary Earle, 189 Davis, Alice Sue, 364, 369 Davis, Alton Theodore, 299 Davis, Ann, 121 Davis. Annie Dell, 289 Davis, Barbara, 114, 119, 188, 189, 328 Davis, Caroline, 191, 364, 369 Davis, Cloy Ore, 328 Davis, Curtis Allen, 328 Davis, Doan Eugene Davis, Dorothy, 353 Davis, Dianna, 353 Davis, Houston Darwyn, 364, 369 Davis, Jatms Ethan, 195 Davis, James Ronald, 203 Davis, Janet Jean, 100, 299 Davis, Jim Heyward, 353 Davis, Julie, 120 Davis, Kathryn Ann, 328 Davis, Kathryn Ann, 328 Davis, Katherine McCulloch, 119, 353 Davis, Kenneth M., 199 Davis, Lee Jarrell, 299 Davis, Lee Trenton, 299 Davis, Marinell, 185, 328 Davis, Mary Catherine, 179, 328 Davis, Michael Streng, 299 Davis, Nelson Everett, 328 Davis, Ottis Lee, 328 Davis, Paula Ruth, 328 Davis, Richard Joel, 328 Davis, Stanley Earl, 364, 369 Davis, Steve Randall, 205, 328 Davis, Timothy Joseph, 328 Davis, Tommie Louise, 124, 187, 299 Davis, Victor, 163 Davis Willard J. 353 Daws, Linda Luriine, 76, 168, 181, 258, 353 Day, Charles Norman, 364, 369 J ' , Day, ac ueline Ruth 121 299 C1 . Day, Mary Evelyn, 328 Day, Robert Gordon, 329 Deal, Jon, 120 Dean, Celia Kay. 328 Dean, Don Earle, 328 Dean, Harlan G., 353 Dean, Larry R., 353 Dean. Pamela Diane, 328 Deane, Nancy Elizabeth, 353 Cullefer. Anne L., 368 Cullefer, Bob, 117 Culotti, Flavio, 368 Culpepper, Kenneth Parker, 353 Cumbest, Harvey Benard, 328 Cumbo, Charlotte Elizabeth. 368 Cummings, James Hugh, 124, 298 Cummings, Nick, 152, 328 Cupit, Robert Lee, 353 Curenton, Sheila Dianne, 328 Curren, John G., 116, 298 Curry, Glen David, 328 Curry, Kenneth D., 298 Curry, Marian, 137 Curry, Cur Marty, 183 Sally Ann, 298 ry. Curtis, Helen L., 328 Cuties, Lynne Dale, 353 Curtis, Sue H., 126, 185 Cutillo, Gerard P., 353 Cutis, Michael Gordon, 368 Cutis, Sue H., 368 Cutrer, Rita Suzanne, 181, 258, 368 Cyr, Cheryl G., 118, 298 Cyr, Elizabeth, 298 D D'Angelo, Kenneth, 195 D'Algelo, Sandra J., 193, 296 Dabbs, Dabbs, Hugh Kelly, 368, 230 Jessie Richard, 353 Dabbs, Mark B., 163, 198, 298 Dabbs, DaCall, Dacus, William Fran, 353 Tal, 121 Betty. 92, 119 Dacus, Rita Gail, 368 DHITEDCIWCI Judith in 2 '. AJ ,3..8 Dahlgreen, Emity A.. 353 Dairg, Michael Streng, 119 Dale, Beverly Ann, 84, 90, 96, 182, 1 298 Daley, James Edwin, 298 Daminer, Dana Jo., 364, 369 Damico, Thomas Robert. 353 Danby, Carol Sue, 149 Danforth, Dianne, 353 Daniel, Gail, 328 Daniel, Howell Gerald, 289 Daniel, Helen B., 364, 369 Daniel, Nancy. 353 Daniel, Reva Joyce, 289 Dearle, John Mitchell, 201 Dearman, Darlene Kay, 299 Dearman, Dianne, 299 Deason, Daniel John, 159, 199, 299 Deaton, Gwen Harris, 328 DeBarre, Stephen Robert, 364, 369 DeCell, Tal, 121 Dedeaux, John Randle, 328 Deegen, Uwe, Fredric, 353 Dees, Clifton Marland, 364, 369 Dees, Judith Lane, 329 Dees, Sherry Jo., 364 DeGorge, Linda Catherine, 364, 369 Degler, Clay, 195 , Delafuente, Richard, 364, 369 Delaney, Robert Jerald, 299 Delas, Edgar Andre, 364, 369 Delegram, Patricia Liis, 329 DeLlacer, Andre Amoro, 353 Dellinger, Harvey Clinton, 299 D'Elosua, James A., 364, 369 De Mediais, Mirian Ann, 299 deMedicis, Judith Clair, 364, 369 Demoranville, Samuel Joseph, 199, 299 DeMoivlle, Elizabeth Wilkins, 152, 181, 299 Dension, Elizabeth Ann, 299 Denius, George Earl, 299 Dennis, Ed M., 197, 353 Denson, Lloyd Durward, 329 Dent, Mary Catherine, 353 Denton, Danny, 205 DeOrnellas, Anna Kathryn, 364, 369 DcOrnellas, Leo A., 329 Deering. Aleen. E., 163 Destefono, Gerald Cyril, 329 Dethlotf, Margaret Lee, 353 Deusch, Walter L., 116, 299 Devall, Ann, 364, 369 Develle, Kenneth Joseph, 289 Dever, Bill, 148 Dever, Cynthia, 148 Carol Marie, 364, 369 Dickerson, Dickerson, C. Tom, 299 Dickerson, Gerald Alan, 177, 200, 201, 299 Dickerson, Thomas Loyd, 299 Dickey. Linda, 69, 85, 89, 181, 261, 299 Mary Leneen, 364, 369 Dickey. Dickey, Sonny, 177 Dickey, William P. Jr., 205 Difatta, Brenda Joyce, 364, 369 Diggs, Barbara Marie, 98, 257, 329 Dillion, Donna Lynn, 353 Dillion, Glendon James, 353 Dillion, Willie Jean, 364, 369 Disharoon, Elizabeth Linda, 187, 258, 263, 353 Distin, Robert M., 195 Dix, William F., 329 Dixon, Agnes Jetferds, 181, 364, 369 Dixon, Carolyn Dianne, 329, 364 Dixon, Charles Wilson, 299 Doan, Genevieve, 364 Doary, Patricia Rochel, 299 Dobbins, Carolyn Rogers, 90 Dobbs, Linda Rae, 92, 93, 176, 181, 353 Dodge, Paul, 235 Doering, Allen Edward, 127, 199, 353 Doherty, Charles Michael, 353 Dole, Sherry Ann, 90 Doleac, Donald Louis, 197 Doleac, Malcolm Ronald, 204, 205, 354 Dollarhide, William Byron, 95, 299 Dominguez, Domingo Jarmaillo, 299 Domerque, Regis, 177, 195 Domino, Joseph V., 121 Donahue, Rosy Ellen, 179, 354 Donnell, Joseph Stephen, 209 Donnelly, Mary Elizabeth, 354 Donion, Joseph Victor, 299 Dooley, Gail Claudia, 300 Dorland, Harriet, 97, 99 Dorland, John, 97 Dorsett, Donald, 254 Dorsey, Thomas Elgin, 196, 197 Dorton, Peggy Sue, 90 Dossett, Hugh, 194, 195 Doty, Allene, 90 Doty, Walter Ray, 354 Douglas, Deanna Mae, 90 Douglas, Dinah Lee, 120, 329 George William, 90 Douglas, Douglas, Robert Lewis, 90 Dove, Joe, 132 Dowdle, Elizabeth Ann, 90, 190 Downing. Paul Edward, 329 Downing, William Stephen, 329 Drain, Lois, 121 Drinkard, David Wilson, 329 Draughan, Eva Elaine, 90 Drawe, Michael Francis, 329 Dresser, Cynthia Ann, 90 Dubard, Carolyn S., 179, 329 Dubay. Robert, 97 Dubisson, Gary Edard, 329 Dubois, Ronald. 100 Dubuisson, Larua Ann, 300 Ducker, Willia L., 177, 209, Duckworth, Jane Elizabeth, Duett, Jaqueline Ann, 354 Duhs, Michael Linn, 205 Dukes, Laurie Ann, 90 DuMont, Arthur Bailey, 329 Dunagin, Martha Alice, 181, 329 Dunnaway, Danny, 93 Dunaway, Dickie, 228 Dunaway, Ellen Gayle, 300 Dunaway, Richard, 164, 300 Duncan, Ruthie, 120, 300 Duncan, Ruthie Mae, 300 Dungan, Sharon Aletha, 354 Dungan, Gail, 76, 164, 187, 329 Dunlap, David Jeremiah, 90 Dunn, Barbara Ruth, 329 Dunn, Christa Lene, 329 Dunn, John Parks, 197 Dunn, Judith Ann, 329 Dunn, Leslie, 117 Dunn, Thomas, 93 Dussouy, John VVhitney, 300 Duvall, Arthur Louis, 209 Duval, Robert Lyerly, 300 Dye, Ruth Elaine, 329 Dyess, Janice, 121, 326 Dyess, Larry Duane, 90 Dyess, Mary Ruth, 100, 329 Danny Lynn, 300 329 90 Dykes, A Dykes, Nancy Lynn, 329 E Eager, Margeret Jean, 92, 354 Easley, Stanley, 35, 127 Easterling, Claude Nelson, 352, 354 Easterling. H. B., 120 Easterling, Tommie Lou, 329 Eastland, Cecelia Elizabeth, 189 Easton, Jim Johanna, 90 Ebberman, Ray. 205, 354 Edan, Philip. 152 Edmondson, Beth, 119 Edmonson. Bill, 200 Edmonson, Chip, 117 Edmondson, Elizabeth Emile, 354 Edmundson, Leonard B., 329 Edwards, Brenda, 300 Edwards, Kevin, 127 Ekbundit, Manchaie, 329 Elder, Laurie Anne, 191, 120, 329 Eldridge, Butch M. C. Jr., 329 Eldridge, Dorinda Lavon, 90 Edwards, Elizabeth Ann, 185, 300 Edwards, Greg, 118, 124, 300 Kevin Richard, 354 Edward, Edwards, Lance, 124 Edwards, Major Jesse, 95 Edwards, Mary Patricia, 329 Edwin, Augustus Ernest, 300 Eflinger, Robert George, 199 384 Eichelberger, Jennifer, 178, 329 Eidman, Art, 329 Elouterious, Lionel, 94, 289 Elias, Thomas Marshall, 199 Elliott, Jack Minturn, 90 Elliott, Mary Elaine, 90, 187 Ellis James Stephen, 90 Ellis, John Charles, 90, 93 Ellis, Linda Ruth, 90 Ellis, Pat, 258 Ellis, Patricia Lucille, 181, 354 Ellis, Sharon Kay, 329 Ellis Suzonne, 188, 189 Elmer, Juliann B., 90 Ellzey, Ann Mary, 183, 300 Ellzey, Mary K., 289 Emerson, Jack, 95 Emmett, Joseph Stephen, 300 Emrick, Jane, 120 Emrick, Jeanne, 329 Emrick, Susan Lynn, 354 Encell, Michael Wilton, 300 Enfinger, Rhonda Jescene, 90, 189 Engels, Antonios, M. B., 203 English, Anthony Joseph, 329 Ennis, John Robert, 203 Entrekin, Wilmer C., II, 329 Erickson, Gary Martin, 354 Ernest, Anna Leese, 289 Ervan, Pat, 261 Esbenshade, Jayne Ruth, 90 Estep, Terry, 354 Estess, Wanda Gayle, 300 Ethridge, Sherry, 57, 59, 102, 258, 259 273, 329 Etzler, Henri C., 90 Etzold, Pauline Frances, 90 Eubanks, Mark Richard, 97, 205, 354 Eubanks, Marshall, 254, 354 Eure, Alice Rowena, 300 Evans, Albert J., 369 Evans, Andy. 124 Evans, Bruce Daniel, 300 Evans, Cheryl Eloise, 354 Evans, Danny, 119 Eiland, Tommy M., 197 Ekbudit, Wan Chai, 243 Evans, Herbert Barnes, Jr., 116, 329 Evans, James J., III, 115, 209, 300 Evans, Jo Dean, 329 Evans, John Marilyn, 329 Evans, Kenneth Wayne, 329 Evans, Max Douglas, 329 Evans, Patricia Lois, 181, 370 Evans, Randy, 124 Everett, Bruna Frances, 329 Everett, James, 149 Everett, Linda, 126, 179 Everett, Linda Nell, 330 Everett, Robert Lee, 330 Ewell, Evelyn, 98 Ewell, Jesse R., 354 Ewer, Sid, 119 Ewer, Sidney Roy, 209, 300 Ewing, James M. Jr., 289 Ewing. William N., 354 F Fahmer, Joseph Slan, 330 Faigle, Charles Stephen, 354 Fairchilds, Jimmy Davis, 300 Fairley, Karen, 114, 179 Fairley, Patricia Rae, 370 Falcon, Libby Dean, 330 Fant, Diane. 193, 330 Farmer, Raymond George. 330 Farr, Vicki Lynn, 187, 350, 354 Farrior, Dale W., 115 Farris, Katrina Marguerite, 191, 300 Faughn, Sharon, Diane, 187 Faulkner, Charles Hansel, 330 Faulkner, Sandra Lynn, 187, 354 Fava, Alan, 132 Favort, Kerrin. 300 Favre, Pat, 148 Fayard, Bruce C., 370 Fayard, David Michael, 370 Fayard, Lionel, 230 Featherstone, Sylvia Anita, 330 Feider, Martha Susan, 370 Felsher, W. D., 99 Felty, Larry, 100 Fendley, Peggy Lynn, 152, 330 Fenn, Reba, Vancile, 289 Fennell, Cynthia Jean, 189 Ferguson, Helen, 100 Fernandez, Sergio Walter, 158, 354 Ferrara, Mary, 152, 330 Ferrell, Jack Gordon, Jr., 207 Ferrell, James Mitch, 203 Ferrell, Louan Gabbert, 191, 370 Ferrell, William B., 370 Ferrer, Rominia Elizabeth, 370 Few, Edward Allen, 370 Field, Donna Lee, 74, 90, 137, 181, 258 259, 300 Field, Judy Lynn, 93, 181 Fields, Richard Marion, 198, 199 Fillingame, L. Donald, 199, 330 Fillingame, Jean Williams, 92, 354 Fillingame, Genie Cheryl, 370 Finch, Ellen, 187, 354 Finklestein, Rita, 300 Fiorenza, Mary Jennifer, 300 Fishel, Lucia Anderson, 191, 354 Fisher, Elaine, 121, 330 Fisher, Jacqueline, 370 Fisher, Lucia, 98 Fisher, Stella Conway, 181, 370 Fitts, Donald Vincent, 156, 209 Fitzgerald, Susan Carmen, 370 Flanagan, Dianna Lynn, 300 Flatt, Nancy Jean, 354 Fleming, Allen M., 333 Fleming, Dorothy Lain, 370 Fletcher, Jane Colleen, 354 Fletcher, Rita Suzanne, 98, 300 Flowers, Mary Gayden, 84, 91, 1 183, 300 Flowers, Michael Lee, 370 Floyd, Donald Franklin, 205 Floyd, Joseph E., 354 Floyd. Sally, 183, 261 Flummer, Jerone Shipper, Flummer, William Terry, Fogg, Paul Needham, 289 Fokakis, Arthur Nick, 300 330 370 Gamble, Margaret Jo, 193. 330 Gamble, Gamrall. Gammell, mill Peggy, 148, 192 Robert, 117 Dorothy Lee, 92, 354 Ronald B 197 Gam , -. Gandy, Mary Marguerite, 330 Gardner, Chester H., 301 Gardner, Donna, 126 Gardner, Donna Lynn, 185, 370 Gardner, Eva Elaine, 330 Gardner, Martha Janet, 354 Gardner, Ronnie, 230 Gardner Wanda Dianne, 183, 370 Garner, 'James Houston, 199 Garner, Larraine, 99, 331 Garner, Lynda L., 370 Garner, Lynda L., 370 Garner, Terreal, 227 Garrard, Linda, 100, 190 Garrard, Linda Marie, 191, 301 Garraway, Sarah Margaret, 354 Fonvielle, Fondren, David Lewis, 330 Margaret Jordan, 370 Garrett, Ben, 331 Garrette, Judy Kay, 183, 370 Ford, Charles Allen, 330 Garrick, Ann Elizabeth, 370 Garriga, Linda Lee, 354 Garris, William Walter, 201 Garvin, Joe Edward, 354 Garwood, Charles Lucas, 207 Garwood, Chuck, 177 Gary, Judith Lynn, 354 Gatlin, Donna Faye, 136, 183, 354 Gaston, Warner H., 197 Ford, David Eugene, 301 Ford, Edward Earl, 197 Ford, Jerry Shelby, 330 Ford, Lynda A., 181, 330 Ford, Marilyn Jean, 189 Ford. Rob, 108 Ford, Robert S., 330 Ford, Ronnie Wayne, 330 Fore, Paul Anthony, 330 Fore, Richard Marvin, 205 an Jackie 370 Forem , , Foreman, Mary Susan, 370 Forrest, Brenda Lee, 301 Forsmark, Sandra Lynn, 301 Forte, Mamie Eleanor, 301 Gauthe, Roy Joseph, 331 Garner, Ottis Ronald, 370 Gautier, Hermes Quinn, 177. 197, 35 Gautier, Linda Christine, 370 Gautier, W. W., 197, 331 Gay, Gary, 152, 331 Gay, Karen J., 189, 370 Forte, Pamela Ann, 183, 263 Geisel, Wayne Thomas, 331 Geminhardt, Charles C., 95, 122, 33 Gentry, Hattie Burks, 301 Gentry, Sherman Wade, 115, 301 George, Danny Mark, 370 Geoghegan, Thomas Barker, 370 Geoter, Chris Alexander, 301 Gerhart, Marilyn, 181 Gieger,' Fortenberry Frank Shannon, 330 Fortenberry Harlan Larry, 330 F0ft6Db6rry Rachel Gayle, 354 Fortenberry Robert Allen, 330 Fortenberry Robert John, 301 Fortenberry. Susan Ann, 370 Fortenberry, Tama Annette, 330 Fortenberry. William Terrel, 301 Foster, Alfred Evan, Jr., 205, 301 Foster, James Elliott, 208, 209 Foster, Jim Wilson, 156, 330 Foster. Judi, 301 Foster, Paul Benton, 201 Foster, Royce, 73, 203, 365, 370 Fowler, Donald C., 197, 370 Fowler, James Robert, 177, 201 Fowler, Susan Elizabeth, 354 Fox, Fox, Earl Jacob, 123, 330 Edith Lynn, 136, 176, 179, 354 Fox, Michael Ray, 370 Geter, Ella Susan, 354 Geter, Parham William, 370 Gibbs, Ira Daunton, 331 Gibbs, Martha, 94, 137 Gibbs, Sharon Lee, 370 Gibbon, Cynda Gwen, 331 Gibson Barton Keith 370 Gibson: Both, 92, 146 ' Gibson, Dorothy Lavelle. 301 Gibson, Letha M., 331 Gibson, Maudine Beth, 354 Gibson Ray, 177, 211, 260, 261, 331 Wiley Wilford, 301 Fox, Nancy D'Ann, 126, 181 Foxworth, Ada Lee, 370 Foy.. Dayer A., 301 Fraiser, Susan, 354 Francis, Polly, 354 Francis, Rose, 96 Francis, Ilse Rosemarie, 289 Francisco, William H., 209 Franklin, George Herbert, 209 330 Gilbert, Gilbert Danny Leryo, 355 Robert, 93, 201 Gilder, Charliene Haden, 289 Gilder, Ronnie Lee, 355 Giles, Jo-hn Wayne, 355 Gill, Arthur, 124 Gill, Orin, 177, 198 Gillis, Warren T., 331 Gillaspy, Thomas David, 91, 94, 167. Frasohillo, Thomas vincent, 86,, 89, 95, 123. 301 Freedman, Daine Marie, 370 Freeman, Anita Gail, 330 Ann Marie, 92, 354 Freeman. Freeman. Gail. 98 Freeman, James Marvin, 301 Freeman Vernon Hall, 195 French, Azala, 330 French, Judith Marie, 67, 73, 179, 365, 370 French, Susan Rose, 176, 179, 330 French, Vicki Lynn, 126, 187, 370 76, 165. 168, 301 Gillespie, Jeane, 99, 108, 121, 129, 3 Gillette, Jean Glen, 183, 331 Gillette, Joan Vivian, 183, 331 Gilliam, Joe Alan, 132, 355 Gilmore, .l, Bruce, 370 Gilmore, Evelyn Ann, 370 Gilmore, John Gerald, 115, 301 Gilpin, Richard Morris, 123, 301 Gilreath, Lyn, 355 Ginn, Donna Mae, 96, 301 Ginn, Jennifer Lynnette, 370 Gipson, Stanley Levoy, 301 Gilda Lee, 370 Frese, Betty Chloe, 191, 370 Frese, JaAnne 106, 176, 191, 370 Frey, Jerry C., 166 Friar, Janice Gail, 185, 370 Giuffria, Madelyn, 126, 181, 355 Girouard. Doyle James, 370 Glaze, Evelyn Dair, 355 Carl Darryl, 371 Haskey, G Frierson, Janice A., 330 Frierson, Linda Rose, 114, 354 Frith, Daniel E., 330 Fritzsche, Frohman, Bertha M., 121 Irene, 99 Fruetel, Kay, 263 Frum, Ralph, 330 Fry, Elizabeth J., 96. 193, 301 Fulcher, Michale Ivan, 330 Fulkerson, Richard Fields, 354 Fuller, Becky, 94 Fuller, Gary Ray. 95, 123, 354 Fuller, Gregory Cleveland, 330 Fuller, Richard, 93, 127, 354 Fulton, Ellen, 121, 151 Glisson. Albert Kennedy, 331 Glisson. Pamela Celeste, 94, 126, 355 Glisson. Celeste Carolyn, 332 Glover, Amelia Gail, 301 Goad, Versa, 331 Goddard, John W.. 371 Goettge, Christopher, 371 Goff, G. Charlotte, 355 Goff, Cheryl Ann, 331 Goff, Susan. 157, 301 Goforth, Susie Elyse, 179, 355 Gofrey, Candy, 371 Golden, Ellen Sue, 331 Golden, Jewel, 121 Goleman, Constance Marie, 355 Goldman, Danny Lee, 355 Golladay, Caron, 124, 302 Golmes, Kay, 261 Gabucci, Jimmie Robert, 132, 330 Gaddis, Becky, 179, 354 Gaddis, James Monroe, 354 Gaffeney. Marsha Jolene, 370 Gaines, Fred Monroe, 301 Gaines, John W., 330 Galafaro, Frankie Joe, 209, 330 Gallagher, Jenny. 258 Gaauggher, Margaret Buchanan, Galofaro, Robert Truitt, 209 Galloway, James R., 330 179. Golomon, James, 93, 355 Goman, Al, 230, 371 Gonsoulin, Donna Lynn, 191, 355 Gonzales. Gonzales. Goodman, Goodwin, Goodman, Goodman, Raymond, 97 Warren, 194, 195 B. Larry, 331 Cheryl, 94, 331 Doyle James, 203 Rachel Ann, 331 Gordon, Butch, 105, 196, 19.7, 301 Gordon, Gwendlyn, 371 Gordon, James David, 331 Gordy. Allen, 208, 209 Gore, Gary Wayne, 301 4 1 31 Gorring c, Maybell, 156, 301 Goverski, Richard Francis, 331 Govez. Gower, Goyer, Grace Gracia. Grady. Grafton Grafton Grafton Grafton Grafton Grafton Graham Graham Graham, Graham, Graham Graham Graham Jose Maria, 331 William, 123,331 Laura Inez, 331 Paul Gilvert, 331 Luis, 243 Patricia Annette, 371 Donald Larry, 355 Donald Lynn, 355 , Elaine, 92, 355 , Lana Carole, 302 , Linda Diane, 355 , Thomas Webber, 302 Barbara, 10, 81, 120 Barbara Nell, 331 Charlotte Eugene, 302 Cindy Lynn, 189, 371 Cynthia Leigh, 355 , David, 119 , Evelene, 355 v Haden, Charliene, 100 Haffey, Mary Louise, 355 Hagin. Janis E., 332 Hailey. Charlotte, 114, 148, 302 Hailey, Rebecca Jane, 302 Haines, Haire. Hale Roy Andrew, 371 Jacquela Faye, 302 Ann George, 332 Hale' Rada Dolores, 332 Hale: Hale, Hales, Kenneth, 128 Renny Anne, 75, 181. James Clarence, 332 332 Haley, Danny, 228 Haley, Pat, 76, 166, 189 Halfalre, John Ira, 302 Halford, Barbara Gayle, 332 Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall. Bonnie Sue, 124, 302 Candance Elizabeth, 332 Charles Mac, 332 Elizabeth M., 302 Graham, Frances Leigh, 371 Hall, .lohn Sheehan, 371 Hall, Mary. 100, 302 Hall, Ted Miller, 302 Halle, David Harold, 302 Graham, Janis, 193, 302 Graham, Peggy W.. 355 Graham, Robert David, 355 Graham, Robert N., 201 Graham Sharlot, 371 Granberry, Nola Dale, 302 Granberry, Elsie Ann, 179 Grant, Teresa Ann, 191, 371 Grantham, Judy. 371 Grantham, Mary Grace, 331 Grashet, Louis David, 197 Graves, Debbye Ann, 371 Graves, James S., 289 Graves, Jemrny Susan. 331 Graves, Mary Jane, 371 Graves, Mary Julia, 371 Graves. Paul, 331 Hallenus, Judy Kay. 126, 179, 332 Halliday, George Barry, 302 Hamann, Bo H., 332 Hamil, Candis Paulette, 371 Hamilton, Dexter Gawain, 371 Hamilton, Harold Wayne, 332 Hamilton, Roy Wayne, 302 Hamilton, Sheri Lane, 332 Hamm, Steven Walker, 371 Hammalk. John C., 355 Hammond, Bobby Odell, 332 Hammond, Clarke R., 302 Hammond, Danny Victor, 302 Hammons, Beverly Carole, 185, 371 Hammons Patricia, 94, 129, 183 Hampton,'Thomas Edward, 355 Gray, David S., 209 Gray, Gregory Douglas, 197 Gray, Herbert James II. 331 Gray, James Lamar, 332 Grayson, Vicky, 371 Grayson, Wayne, 94, 355 Greathouse, Dan Gordon, 355 Greeley. Kay, 371 Green, Charlie, 243 Green, D. William, 355 Green, David Henry, 331 Green, Deborah Gail, 371 Green. Gene, 120 Green, Kathy Ann, 183, 371 Green, Joseph, 99 Green, Nel Riley, 302 Green, Patricia Lee, 371 Green, Sara Gene, 97, 302 Green, William F., 331 Greer, Bill, 119 Greer, Eldon Lindeul, 331 Greer, Mildred Estelle, 355 Greer, T. Billy, 331 Gregory, Charles Stanley, 302 Gregory, Michael David, 331 Gritlin, Charles Oren, 331 Griffin, Edna Carolyn, 302 Griffin, Jan Sharon, 355 Gritiin, Griffin T. Michael, 205, 331 RalDh Michael, 209 Hamrick, Betty. 332 Hamrick, Hugh Anderson, 209, 371 Hanberry, James Cecil, 302 Hancock, Carolyn Betty, 332 Hancock, Jimmy, 124 Hancock, Steven, 197 Hand, Phylis Annette, 302 Hand. William Timothy, 303 Handberry. Jim, 128 Handjis. Christina, 332 Hanna, Don Lindsey, 303 Hanna, Nancy Brednalene, 371 Hanson, Dea. 121. 178, 179, 332 Hanson, Mary, 99 Hanson, Vicki Lynn, 355 Hapkins, Lance, 124 Hardage. Carol Elizabeth, 187. 332 Deborah Elaine, 179 Donna Gayle, 355 Harden, Hardin, Hardin, John David, 94, 303 Hardouin, Donna Jean, 332 Hardy, Beverly Enocks, 332 Hardy, Cheryl, 96 Hardy, Edna Jane, 332 Hardy, Hardy, James, 149 Susan Anne, 371 Harmon, Nancy, 92, 93, 358 Harmon, Thaylia Ann, 332 Griffon, Michael G., 124 Griffith, James Lawrence, 331 Gritiiths, Barbara, 98 Gritiiths, Barbara Jo, 332 Grimm, Alice Joahan, 189, 302 Grimsley. Linda, 92, 355 Grindle, Diane Rae, 355 Grippo, Menice R., 302 Grissom, Paul David, 196, 197, 332 Grove, Ann, 93, 108, 154, 191 Grow, W. Catherine, 371 Harper. Bill Charles, 303 Harper, Jimmy Ray, 371 Harper, William Charles, 205 Harrell, Harrell, Harrell, Harrell, Danny Thomas, 332 Ellen Diane. 371 Martha, 92, 355 Richard Coleman, 303 Herring, Maurice, 124 Harrington, Brenda Louise, 371 Harris, Harris, Betty Lorraine, 332 Charles Donavon, 303 Harris, Claud Vern, 303 Harris, Donna Lynn, 355 Harris, Dwayne, 128 Harris, Gerry, 158 Grubbs, Deenie, 120 Grubbs, Frances Kaye, 332 Grubbs, Kenneth, 99 Grubbs, Sharon Diane, 181 Grubbs, Tom U., 289 Guider, Patricia Ryan, 181, 258, 371 Guibert. Harris, Harris. Harris. Harris, James Duane, 303 James Michael, 201, 371 Martha Ann, 136, 190, 191. 332 Mike, 230 Guice, John Reed, 199 Guiifria, Madelyn. 93, 126, 181 Gugbert, Susan McLaurie, 189, 197, 3 1 Gulledge, Dexyer, 302 Gulledge, Yutana Ruth, 371 Gullette, Sheila Regina, 302, 371 Gullo, Rodney, Joseph, 332 Gully. Rebecca McWilliams, 355 Gunter, David, 127, 177, 207. 355 Gunter, Thersa, 92 Gurdian, Marco A.. 355 Guthrie, Charles Earl, 332 Guthrie, George, 158 Guthrie, Joh, 177, 201 Guton. Patrick Fleming, 355 Guy, Barbara Lea. 302 Harris. Sharon. 121, 303 Harrison, Doug. 128 Harrison. Melton Thomas, 371 Harrison, Pamela, 303 Harrison, Robert Ray, 332 Harrison, Walter R.. 205, 332 Hart, Ridley Lee, 355 Harttield, Raymond, 177, 201, 332 Hartley, Hartman, Hartwig, Harvard, Harvey, Harwell, Harvey, John Allen, 332 Charles Jackson, 195 Geoffrey. 86, 93, 94, 199 David Roy, 371 James Edwin, 355 George Arthur, 333 Willis Watts, 205, 332 Hasehkampi. John Lawrence, 333 Guy, W Guyse, illiam Vaughn, 93, 355 Roger Leon, 332 H Haas, Barbara Jean. 179, 332 Haase. Allan, 151, 302 Habeeb, Hackett, Hackler, Hadad, Hadawa Evelyn Ann, 179, 332 Alice Miriam, 332 Billy Taswell, 332 Thomas Elias, 203, 332 y, Ann Carter, 126, 176, 181 Haddad, Fred S., 205, 254 Haddock, Oren C., 302 85 Haskew, Hatcher. Hatcher, Hatcher, Lane Griffith, 91, 119. 303 Susy, 371 Wayne, 230 Weldon, 145, 152 Hathaway. Constance Ann. 333 Hathorn, Merida, 92, 181 Hatten, Louis Randy. 371 Hatten, N. Russell, 355 Hatley, Minetta Kay, 303 Hauer, Linda Kaye, 333 Haughton, Mary Elaine, 355 Haughton, Silas Eugene, 333 Harvard. David, 152 Havens, Raymond Larry, 333 Havens, Zora Jean, 333 Haver, Linda, 185 Hodges. Hodges. Hodges. Carol Glynn, 149, 356 Frankie Amanda. 304 Janet Louise, 356 Hodges, Ronald Patrick, 333 Hawkins, Fred J., 303 Hawkins, Laura Kaye, 303 Hawkins, Michael Andrew, 303 Hawkins, Trudy, 371 Ha3x6v3kins, Virginia Vaiden, 120, 183, Hawkins, Wayne E., 371 Hayden, Dianne, 98, 303 lannuzzi, Maria, 99 Jacobs, Janet Kethleen, 305, 120 Hayden, Virginia, 120 Hayes, Janice Marie, 355 Haynes, Jim, 230 Haynes, Robert Thomas, 333 Haynie, Ted Quinn, 201 Hayward, Dennis, 156 Haywood, Rose Anita, 372 Hazelwood, Cheryl Dianne, 303 Hazzlerigg, Shirley. 103, 126, 185, 333 Head, Katie, 372 Heath, Elizabeth Hester, 183, 303 Heavrin, Jean Marlyn, 355 Heelscher, Steve Charles, 356 Herrod, Billie Jean, 185 Heflin, Brenda. 355 Heflin, David B., 289 Hetiin, Linda Sue, 355, 372 Hetionsize, Linda, 258 Hegwood, Cynthia Gay, 355 Heidelberg. Michael Judson, 196, 197 Heider, Elaine Ann, 120, 303 Heiderhoff, Earl Edison, 201, 372 Hellpenstell, Kathy, 136, 193 Helms, Vicki Suzanne, 355 Helveston, Marsha Lenel, 372 Hembree. Sheila Daine, 303 Hemphill, Gerald Floyd, 199 Hemphill, Patricia Anne, 303 Hendershot, Jean, 176, 185, 372 Hendershot, Tom Walter, 372 Hendershot, Vicki G., 185, 303 Hodgood, Ann Grubbs, 304 Hoelscher, Steve Charles, 203 Hoffman, Susan Elizabeth, 193, 372 Hoffman, William, 168 Hoffpauir, Wade, 94 Hogue. Gerry. 183 Hugue, Glenn P., 333 Hogue, Liz, 183 Holcomb, Louis F., 372 Holcomb, Luther C., 304 Holcombe, Elizabeth Anne, 333 Holder, Dixie Rhetta, 120, 333 Holder, Mary Daine, 333 Holder, Ray, Jr., 203 Holderfield, Richard Davis, 304 Holdren, Karen Maureen, 372 Holifxeld, Barbara Jo, 333 Holifield, Don Howard, 304 Holifield, Henry 0'Neal, 304 Holifield, Joel, 177 Holifield. Holifield, Joel Reeves, 205 Mary Ammelle, 304 Hollirnan, Gariow Billy, 124, 333 Hollingsworth, David, 119, 304 Hollingsworth, Ken, 158 Hollingsworth, Kendall Joseph, 304 Hollingsworth, Norman Wilson, 304 Hollingsworth Paul Elliot, 333 Hollingsworth, , Rebecca, 99, 121, 304 Hollis, John R., 201 Hollomon, Mrs. Eileen, 100 Holloway. Carl Maurice. 333 Holman. Holmes, Kathy. 124, 185, 333 Bennie G., 372 Holmes, Carolyn Jean, 333, 372 Holmes, Joseph Browning, 197 Holmes, Kay, 188, 189 Holmes, Larry T., 333 Herrisngton, James William, 333 Jennings, Bennett Avery. 305 Henderson, Carolyn Arm, 303 Henderson, Martha Carol, 355 Henderson, Merlin Knight, 303 Henderson, Mike, 152 Henderson, Olin David, 333 Henderson, Sherrie Ann, 303 Henderson, Tom Walter, 372 Henderson, Tommy, 355 Hensarling. David Malcolm, 355 Hensarling, James Kenneth, 372 Hensley, Earl, 119 Heranney. Joe, 372 Hernandez, Joyce Ann, 136, 303 Hernbloom, Linda Carol, 333 Hezrgiibloom, Sandra Kathryn, 92, Herrin, Ralph Herman, 116, 303 Herrin, William Allen, 333 Herring. Bonnie Sue, 372 Herring, Edmond A,, 333 Herring, John, 163 Herring. Judith Marie, 327 Herring, William Kendall, 333 98. Holmes, Linda Ann, 333 Holmes, Linda Joyce, 372 Holmes, Ronnie, 95, 304 Holmes, Susan, 372 Hommell, Robert Michael, 195 Homna, Kathy, 124 Hone Hone 304 Hood Hood Hood a, Jack H., 117, 356 ycutt, Judith Bryan, 97, 100, 174, , Ernest Larry, 304 . Frank, 99 , James Riley, 304 Hood, Peggy Waddell, 304 Hood, Steve, 106, 127, 207, 356 Hooks, Ted, 201, 372 Hooker, Sandra Johnson, 333 Holvk Hopk ins, Abbie Lynn, 372 ins, Lance Walter. 333 Hoppe, George, 198, 199 James Grover, 177, 178, 199, 211, Horn Horn . Janet Lee, 305 , Susan, 126, 154, 181 Hornbeak, Janice Camille, 356 Joachim, Patricia Ann, 356 Herrington, Joe Larry, 333 Herrington, Thomas Leon, 303 Herrod, Billie Jean, 126, 303 Herrod, Linda Lou, 303 Herrod, Ronald Gene, 304 Herron, Hal Carlisle, 356 Heskin, Robert John, 356 Hesson Robert Wilton 333 Horlne, Emily Louise, 556 Horne, Gene, 334 Horne, Greg, 149 Horne, William F., 119, 305 Hornell, Rosemary, 152 Hornsby. B. J., 96 Horsley, Shirley Ann, 334 Horton, L. Melinda, 334 Hethcox, James Malcolm, 93, 97, 355 Hewes, Gregory, P., 372 Hicks, Patricia Ann, 304 Hicks, Peggy, 97 Hicks, Sandra Anita, 181, 372 Higglnbotham, Randall L., 356 High, Jane Ellen, 333 High, June Lee, 372 Hiburn, Deborah Paulette, 333 Hilbun, John arry, 304 Hill, Bettye Carol, 356 Hin, Bi-elm., 73. 39, 102, 108, 163, 168, 177, 205, 304 Hosemann, David Daniel, 157, 305 Housley, Harold Loyd, 334 Houston, Brenda, 120, 289 Howard, Douglas Wayne, 334 Howard, Edwin Alvin, 124, 334 Howard, Hope, 334 Howard, John Michael, 305 Howard Mike 200 201 Howard: Randaii Emmette, 199 Howell, Beverly Joyce, 372 Howell, Beverly Marie, 372 Howell, Dorman McArthur, 356 Howell, Howell Jessie, 334 OT! Hill Hill, Donna Joan, 372 Hill, Ellis Dean, 32, 108, 177, 199 Hill, Joe Charles, 303 Hill. John W., 333 Hill, Michael Carroll, 372 Hill, Patricia Taylor, 333 Sue Elliott 1 Howell, Lee E.. 372 Howell, Nancy, 356 Howell, Shirley Ann, 372 Howell Wayne Morris, 106, 199, 372 Howi Howt Q-,'Rich P., 201 William Currv 197 2 Kelly. . ' ' , 79 Hills, James Parker, 197 Hilton, Mae Nell, 372 Hinckley, Francis Michael, 372 Hifaoriwan, Brian, 88, 97, 103, 177, 200, . . , , 37 Howze, Jo Ann, 334 Huchinson, Frances M., 334 Hudson, Beverly Ann, 372 Hudson. Carl Terry, 334 Hudson, Clark, 94 Hudson, Susan Christine, 179, 372 Huelsbeck, Harry, 224, 248 Hughes, Hughes, Gloria Jena, 372 Helen Karlynn, 191, 372 Hughes, Jennifer Mary, 372 Hughes, Wayne Allen, 93, 372 Hughle, David H., 116, 305 Hinson, Alan, 95, 165 Hinston, Elsie Loraine, 372 Hinton. Carol Jean, 333 Hinton, Edward Talmage 205 Hinton, Grady Earl, 333 i Hinton, Linda, 98, 186, 187 Hinton, Lynn, 372 Hinton, Reita Dainne, 333 Hinton, Rebecca Elizabeth, 304 Hmtson Elsie Lorai 'P , . ne, 37- Hire, Marcia Ann, 191, 304 Hitchcock, Charlotte Ann, 333 Hixon, Gilbert Hifner, 372 Hoben, Rita Teresa, 372 Hocutt, Cherly Ann, 179 Hoda, Romcna Ann, 304 Hodge, Judith Arm, 333 Hodges, Bill, 124, 228, 248, 304 Hulse, Linda, 121, 184, 185, 334 Humphrey, Carol, 356 Humphrey. Pricialla Grace, 334 Humrthries, Sue, 85, 121, 288, 289 Hundcmer, Charles William, 203, 305 Hunt, Brenda Dianne, 372 Hunt, Carolyn Ann, 334 Hunt, Majel, 356 Hunter, Buddy, 248 Hunter, Ray, 118 Hunter, Richary Howard, Jr., 205. 334 Hunter, Sue Ellen, 334 Hunter, Yoland Avie, 189, 372 Hurst, Mary Elizabeth, 356 Hurt, Duane Forrest, 198, 199, 261 Husband, Solange F., 305 Husser, Karen Beatrice, 356 Hutcherson, Lee Jerry. 305 Hutchins, Carole B., 356 Hutchinson, Sharyn Lynne, 92, 356 Hutchinson, Sherry. 93 Hutto, James R., 334 Hutto, Suzanne, 179, 356 Hutton, Marilyn Rose, 372 Hwang, Eddie Lu, 305 Hymel, Jo Ann, 114, 305 I Idom, James Ronnie, 199, 334 Inamn, Lorery Jean, 189 Ingram, Joseph Harold, 372 Ingram, Robert Dewey, 356 Inman, Kenneth Leroy, 305 Irby, Ronald A., 203 Ishee. Billy Barney, 305 Ishee, George Earl, 334 Ishee, Patricia Ann, 372 Isler, Allan, 224 Isuac, Mairlyn Brenetta, 372 Ivy, Linda Lee, 92, 356 J Jacks, Jon Tyler, 305 Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson. Jackson. Jackson. Jackson. Arnold, 116, 117, 305 Donald, 116, 305 Donna Lynn, 356 John Clarence, 334 Ronald, 116, 305 Toni Cyrilia, 185, 356 Willie Ruth, 372 Jacobson, Loretta W., 305 James, John Burt, 97, 305 James, Kathy Marie, 372 James, Linda Pauline, 305 James, Shirley. 305, 121 James, Lilliam Walter, 372 Jameson, James William, 334 Jancik, Jo Ann J., 334 Jarm. Carol Alice, 305 Jarman, Charles Wallace, 356 Jay, Jerry Wayne, 334 Jefcoat, Craig Allen, 305 Jefcoat, James Larry. 305 Jefcoat, Janice Diane, 129, 305 Jefcoat, Sheryl Dianne, 372 Jefferson, Raymond Joseph, 305 Jeffrey. Jemison, Jemison, Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenner, Mimi A., 92. 356 Raymond Joseph, 305 Richard Howard, 305 Jane Cecille, 183, 373 Willard Thomas, 334 James Alan, 373 Jennings, Pamela Keller, 305 Jent, Esther, 148, 334 Jerkens. Douglas, 116, 334 Jernigan, Margaret Anne, 305 Jesse, Vincent, 305, 118 Jett, Bechi, 306 Jett, Linda Susan, 373 Joffrion, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson. Johnson. Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson. Johnson. Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson. Johnson. Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson. Johnson. Johnson, Johnson, Johnston Frances Conrad, Jr., 203 Anette, 100 B. Brian, 334 Barbara Cascal, 356 Beverly. 184, 185, 306 Bill, 230 Charles Patrick, 209 Craig Robert, 373 David Eugene, 306 David Wayne, 306 Donald, 120 Earl, 96 Frances Diane, 306 George Carl, 334 George Frank, 306 Hazel Ree, 306 Jannie, 120, 146 Jean Marie, 181, 356 Jean Clare, 189, 356 John J., 108, 164 1 Johnny. 225, 226, 228, 240 Joseph Mark, 203, 356 Joy Elaine, 191 Joyce Elizabeth, 334 Karen M., 356 Lee Jannie, 334 Linda Anite, 334 Louise Carolyn, 306 Lynn Allen, 191, 334 Martha Carol, 356 Matha Lyn, 306 Maude Evelyn, 373 Norman Aaron, III, 373 Raymond Andrew, 306 Ronald, 93 Stephen Rogers, 373 W. Jeff, 201 William Hugh, 334 , Connie Louise, 191, 373 Johnston, Dixie Ramona, 373 Johnston, Edwin Rawls, 334 Johnston, Jolynn, 373 Johnston, Patrick, 146 386 Johnston, Rupert Patrick. 334 Jones, Ben Alan, 373 Jones, Beverly Sue, 373 Jones, Bill, 126, 177 Jones. Charles Richard. 334 Jones, Charlie Vinson. 356 Jones, Diane, 76, 166, 185, 373 Jones, Donald Hilburn. 306 Jones, Faye. 120 Jones, Houston B., 356 Jones, Jacf-1 Lynn. 96. 179. 306 Jones, James Ronald. 334 Jones, Jerry Ray. 306 Jones, John, -93 Jones, John Powell, 356 Jones, Kenneth Shelton, 306 Jones, Lana Kay, 373 Jones, Larry Otis, 373 Jones, Larry Royce, 373 Jones, Linda K.. 356 Jones, Marie Suzanne, 179 Jones, Martha Diane, 334 Jones Mary Virginia. 305 Johnson, Mark, 127 Johnson, Maude Evelyn, 373 Jones, Bill, 126 Jones, Jones. Jones. John, 132 Meridith Scott, 209 Michael Wayne, 306 Jones, Nell Karen, 373 Jones, Newman E., 205 Jones, Pam, 373 Jones, Percy Coleman, 334 Jones, Rebecca Ann. 373 Jones, Rickey, 124 Jones, Ronald Steve, 334 Jones Jones, Ronnie, 124 Rosa Lynn, 120, 334 Jones, Sammie Faye, 334 Jones, Sandra Nell, 187, 350 Jones, Sherry Landell. 373 Jones, Shirley Diane, 334 Jones, Stanley Cameron, 119, 334 Jones, Susan Diane, 185, 306 Jones, Suzanne, 121, 185 Jones, Thomas Willie, 373 Jones, Victoria Dabbs, 373 Jones, William Lloyd, 199 Jordan, Brenda Joyce, 137, 335 Jordan, Dwight Garner, 373 Jordan, Emma Lurleen, 335 Jordan, Frederick Phillip. 161, 306 Jordan, Glynda Dianne, 356 Jordan, Jane 119 Jordan, Judith Gale, 335 Jordan, Kenneth Ray, 114, 115, 306 Jordan, Patricia Anne, 356 Jordan. Jordan, Joyner Ronald Earl, 356 Susan Faye, 306 Gene Cayce, 335 Julian,'Tommy Earl, 201, 373 Jurich, Julie, Ann, 183, 373 Jussely, David Hatten, 148, 230, 373 Jussely, Jo Ann, 75 Justice, Rickter Scott, 209, 373 K Kahn, Winfred Leed. 373 Kajdan, Candace, Marie, 335 Kajdan, Timothy Paul, 306 Kalagian, Samuel, 209, 306 Kandaswamy. K., 94 Kaufman, Harry, S., 94 Kautz, L. Cynthia, 185, 373 Kearney, Barbara Haden, 335 Keen, Buddy, 117 Keene, L. Doris, 335 Keehan, George F., 373 Kehee, William D., 373, 199 Keeton, Frances Jean, 306 Keeton, Richard Ray. 116 Keith, Charlotte Ellen, 373 Keith, Cynthia Lee, 373 Keith, John, 118 Keith, Lynn, 187, 373 Keith, Robert David, 146, 335 Kellar, Becky, 373 Kellar, Sandra Lynn, 356 Keller, Ronald Edward, 373 Kellick, Linda Diane, 120, 206 Kellogg, Richard Cameron, 306 Kelley. Anna, 98 Kellick, Linda, 132 Kelly, Dixie Lynn, 129, 335 Kelley, Donna Earle, 373 Kersh, Kelly. Kelly, Faye, 129 Gloria Jean, 335 Gordon. 96 Herbert Newell, 373 Kelly, James M., 335 Kelly. Jean, 120 Kelly. Noel, 163 Kelly, Patrick Lou, 306 Kelly, Sara, 120 Kelly, Sarah Maud, 335 Kemp, Judy L., 373 ond, Mary Dayne, 181, 373 Kendall. Linda Ann, 306 Kendrat, Ihor, 248 Kendrick, Douglas Linwood, 335 Kenam Kendrick. Joyce Elaine, 191, 306 Kendrick, Naomi Rutland. 335 Kennard, David Allen, 306 Kennedy. Ann, 90 Kennedy, Ann Cecilia, 99, 179, 306 Kennedy, Anne, 121, 176, 178 i F f I 5 i l l 1 1 v I Kennedy, Alex Price, 373 Kelly, Dixie, 122 Kelly, Georgia Beth, 189 Kelley, Donna Earle, 179 Kenamond, Mary Dayne, 181 Kennedy, Claudette, 149, 356 Kennedy, Davvy H., 195 Kennedy, Johnnie Faye, 306 Kennedy, Linda Jean, 181, 335 Kennedy, Marilyn Annette, 181 Kennedy. Susan Ann, 357 Kennon, Brenda Dianne, 179 Kennon, William Jon, 199 Kent, Marilyn Martha, 120, 335 Kern, Irene Terrell, 187 Kern, La rry, 115, 118 Kern, Lawrence Woodrow, 307 Kerr, Judith Marie, 307 Kerr, Kenneth Fred, 335 Kersh, Faye, 100, 187, 307 Kervin, John D., 335 Kerzee, William Lee, 356 Kessinger, Sarah Lewis, 152, 335 Key, Carlos Roland, 373 Langford, Barry E., 207, 336 Langton, Edward Joseph, 336 Langford, John T., 336 Lankford, Mary Ruth, 336 Langlinais, Frances, 357 Langston, Sally. 152 Langston, Sarah Ann, 193 Lanier, Becky Jo, 336 Lanier, Jean Carol, 189 Lanius, Laura Dale, 185 Lankford, John Robert, 374 Langston, Sarah Ann, 374 Langsford, Linda Gail, 307 Lansing, James N., 357 Langston, Edward Joseph, 203 Lanius, Dale, 357 Lapeyrouse, Harold J., 118, 336 Lathum, Shelby Dean, 185 Latham, Shelby Dean, 357 Lauderdale, Melvin, 336 Laurendine, Ed Pudge, 201 Laurendine, Edward K., 168, 200 Lathum, Shelby Dean. 185 Lavender, Freddie Clarke, 357 Lewis, Richard Frank, 308 Lewis, Sally, 92, 357 Lewis Ruth Arrington, 357 Lewis, W. Carroll, 336 Lewis, Walter, 100 Lie-ke Pamela Virginia, 357 Lightscy, Jody, 108 Lightsey. Judy Hunter, 336 Lightsey, Linda Harriet, 308 Lilly, James Alford, 205 Limbcrt, Enrique, 118 Lin, Anna, 289 Lindley, Gail Bettie, 357 Lindley, Mariquita, 121 Linton, Kennon Louis, 374 Lippincott, James R., 95, 163 Little, Carroll Thomas, 308 Little, Ellen Marie, 119, 336 Little, Nancy Rebecca, 374 Little, Pamela, 183 Little, Wilton Alex, 374 Littlepage, Charles T., 336 Littlepage, Tommy, 208, 209, 357 Litton, Kenneth Edward, 114, 118, 308 Liveakes, Richard Krudop, 374 Kidd, Anne Cheryl, 356 Kiefer, Louise Carol, 335 Kihyet, David, 196, 197 Kilborn, Melba Louise, 373 Kilgard, Frank Leroy, 148, 335 Kilgore, Larry James, 335 Law, David Young, 374 Lawler Lawrence, , Steve. 124 Delaine, 176, 374 Killan, Linda Kay, 307 Killion, Judi Catherine, 183 Kilpatrick, Jo Carolyn, 335 Kimble, Ernest Randall, 335 Kimble, Kimble Linda Joyce, 120, 373 Linda L , ee, 335 Kinder, Katry, 127 King, Andrea Lynn, 373 King, Carolyn Jean, 373 King, Charles Douglas, 203 King. Joe, 127 King, Joseph William, 199 King, Linda, 92, 93, 186, 187, 356 King, Melton Cassidy, 335 King, Tony Winston, 373 King, Wanda Kay, 373 King, Wanda Ann, 185 Kintz, Maureen Duvall, 373 Kirby, Patricia, 100 Kirk, Curlton Kendall, 203 Kirkland, Marijon, 373 Kiser, Evelyn Louise, 373 Kiss. Hel Kittrell, en Theresa, 373 Catherine Jane, 187, 373 Klabunde, Marilyn, 335 Klein, Jo Ann, 179, 373 Kelin, Judy Louise, 179, 307 Lawrence, Gwendoly, 336 Lawrence, John William, 357 Lawrence, Martha Ann, 357 Lawrence, Mary Elliot, 357 Liveakog, Richard Kradoy, 203 Lloyd, Nancy, 92, 98, 357 Lo, Linda Hsiu-chiao, 289 Lo, Susan Yen-hnan, 289 Lochbaum, Wayne Alvin, 95, 117, 308 Locke, James Ronald, 126, 199 Lockhart, Jack, 235 LoHin, Bernadette, 97 Lawrence, Teresa, 119 Lawrence, Thomas Eugene, 374 Lawson, Donny, 93, 152 Lawson, Donny Lee, 374 Lawson, Sharyn Kathleen, 183 Lawson, William, 95, 124, 151 Leach, Rita, 149 Leard, Rick, 230 Lawson, William Eugene, 336 Lawton, Robert Hart, 205 Lay, Richard C., 357 Lazenby, John E., 177, 195, 307 Leach, Dorothy, 98 Leach, Dorothy Sue, 336 Leach, Linda Ann, 336 Leach, Rita Jane, 336 Leachman, Edward Lynn, 374 Leapheart, Knowlton Albert, 374 Leard, Robert Ernest, 336 Loflin, Susan Elizabeth, 374 Lofton, Patricia Marie, 336 Lofton, Sandra Ray, 308 Logan. Gerald Wayne, 374 Logan, Janice Taylor, 336 Logan. Linda Mae, 336 Loggans, Evelyn Ann, 374 Lomax, Rhea Peary, 357 Lomb Long, arde, Charles T., 336 Danny, 128 Lonnborg, Janice, 92 Long, Long, Brenda Gail, 336 Dannye Wayne, 336 Long, Sachia, 129, 154, 187 Long, Virginia, 187 Loomis, Robert, 152, 207 Loper, Patricia Lucille, 179, 336 LeBlanc, John, 100 LeBlanc, Larry Wayne. 94, 203, 336 Kleinhans, Franklin Bruce, Kletz, Clifford, Paul, 374 Kletz, Leah D., 374 Kling, Camille, 183, 307 Kloss, Bill, 114, 115 358 Kgisrgan, Frederick, William, 150, 199, Kopesky, Ronnie Goover, 201 Klos, Gene F., 373 Kloth, Oscar, 335 Klutts, Cecil Marshall, 201, 374 Knight, Lee Gary, 307 Knight, Patrick Jones, 335 Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee Chun-Min, 307 Constance Loraine, 357 Dorothy Loraine, 374 Esther Jane, 374 George Ernest, 357 George Howard, 374 Lee: Kie Wook, 99 Lee, Martha Frances, 374 Lee, Maude Mary, 357 Lee, Thomas Lindsey, 336 Lee, W Lee, Lee, W Leech, Leen, Leen, Lees, ayne C., 336 Willia Alton, 357 illiam Max, 336 Gayle, 184 M. Christine, 307 Ruth Jean, 307 Dorothy, 92 Luckie, Lynda Ann, 337 Knight, Phyllis Jean, 335 Knight, Robert Warren, 307 Knoke, Ronald Wilton, 374 Knowles, Beverly B., 374 Knowles, Robert H., 335 Koberger, Karl Edmond, 374 Kochtitzky, Gene, 100 Kolb, Thomas Lynn, 374 Kolger, Katherine Grayson, 183, 307 Kolman, Philip Jackob, 307 Kothmann, Kenneth K., 118 Kouns, Diana Eugenia 126 181 374 Kuo-im, Donald, 118 ' ' ' KraJ9Ski, John V., 356 Lees, Dorothy Anne, 357 Leggett, Becly, 374 Leggett, George Burwell, 336 Leggett, L. Marion, 307 Leggett, Mary Virginia, 374 Leggett, Mary Virginia, 374 Leggett, Richard Bernard, 336 Leike, Pamela, 92 Leiker, Frank Jackson, 336 Kraluser, John B., 335 Kramer, Joh Ohler, 307 Krieger, Barbara Carol, 335 Kuehn, Donald Charles, 335 Kuhn, Jeffery Randolph, 374 Kuhn, Michael Patri k, 177, 207, Kyser, Robert Julian? 197, 374 307 Ladner, Bobby S., 307 Ladnier, Carol Ann, 333 Ladner, Carvin John, 335 Ladner, Elizabeth Katherine, 257 Ladner, Gary David, 307 Ladner, Janice Cynthia, 357 Ladner, Katherine. 187 Ladner Ladner , Katherine Marie, 307 , Kenneth H., 307 Ladner, Lucien James, 209, 335 Ladner, Marilyn Ruth, 98, 335 Ladner. Mary Toni, 92 Ladner, Michael, 374 Ladner, Michael Joseph, 209 Ladner, Moaln A., 307 Ladner, Patrick H., 335 Ladnier, Doris Ann, 307 Ladnier, Paul D., 289 LaGraize, Earl Paul, 177, 203, 335 Loper, Sherry Fay, 336 Loper, Tommy Ralph, 124, 336 Loper, Wanda Gail, 120, 336 Lorang, Leland R., 114, 118, 308 Harry H., 308 Howard A., 308 Joe, 87 Lott, Lott, Lott, Lott, Linda Ann, 374 Lott Susan Irene, 357 Lord Theron Edgar, 337 Lott, Vernon Eddie, 337 Loup, Elizabeth Ann, 374 Loup, John Andrew, 209 Louton, John, 100 Louviere, Ronald James, 308 Love, Patricia Ann, 136, 337 Lovelace, Vivian Dianne. 374 Lovorn, John Murrah, 201, 374 Lovette. James Kenneth. 357 Lovett, Rosemary, 374 Lovitt, Fred, 158 Low, Josephine McCook, 308 Lowe, Louis, 308 Lowe, Lynn Elizabeth, 337 Lownborg, Janice Mae, 357 John T., 124 Bill, 86, 96, 126, 148, 337 Lowery, Lowrey, Lowrey, Emmy. 92, 93, 154, 183 Lowrey, Erik Martin, 199 Lowrey, Quin Collier, 308 Lucas, James Collins, 337 Lucius, Karen Sue, 183 Lucius, Kay, 182 Maddox, Thomas Norman, 357 Madison, Jerome, 95, 153 Madison, Sherry Ann. 185. 337 Magccv Carolyn Lucille, 337 Magee, Cherry Elaine, 374 Magee, Gloria Kate, 357 Magee, James Earl, 337 Magee, Martha Ann, 374 Magee, Robert Wayne. 205 Magee, Stephen Ray, 337 Magee. Vernon Gary, 374 Magenheimer, Edward 199 Maglathilin, Andrea Clair, 357 Mahalak, Michael Layne, 374 Makamson, Ronald Gene, 337 Malone, Diane, 165, 179. 357 Malone, Emery Earl, 337 Malone, Johnnie Earl, 357 Malone, Peggy 178, 179- 303 Malone, Terry Patrick, 374 Maloney, Kathleen Mae, 357 Malta, Stella, 191. 374 MaMQhan, Virginia Dale, 179 Manasco, Mangano, Leslie Fay. 375 Donna Marie, 308 Kristine. 98, 120, 508 Mangold, lVfaI'1gUTTl. David, 105 Mangum, Jimmie Clyde, 308 Mangum, Shirley Jean, 189 Manley, Ronald Peter, 308 Mann, Linda, 68, 72, 84, 90, 182, 183 Manning, B. Clayton, 337 Manning, Deborah Lynn, 357 Manning, Robert Ronald, 205 Manos. Maples. Sarantos John, 308 Betty Lee, 357 Mapp, John Richard, 308 Marcy, Market Marley, Valerie Jean, 124, 337 ta. Bettye Ann, 119, 308 Carolyn Diane, 357 Mai-ling, Patricia, 108, 337 Marlow, Robert Esta, 308 Mars, Lynita, 120, 337 Marsha, Marsha Ma rsha Lonnie, 149 ll, Billy, 97, 357 ll, Donna Gail, 357 Marshall, Richard Jo, 209 Marshall. William, 93, 197, 357 Martin, Candy Karen, 185 Martin, Ernest C., 201 Martin, Etna Dale, 309 Martin, Gerry Charlene, 337 Martin, James Clarence, 309 Martin, Marilyn Kay, 357 Martin, Mary, 132 Perry Wayne, 337 Martin, Martindale, Betty, 106, 187, 337 Martindale, Merle, 108, 124, 337 Marty, Sybil Ann, 98, 136, 337 Marxm, Frederick Shelby, 309 Mason, Janet M., 357 Mason, Gary Lamar, 337 Mason, William Douglas, 309 Massengale. Ira Rugh, 309 Masset, Massey. Massey, Massey, Massey, Massucci, Robert Carl, 375 Matherne. J. Donald. 289 Dale William, 309 David Clark. 337 David Heil, 374 David Longine, 119. 337 Rebecca, 309 Luckie, Donald Ray, 167, 168, 201, 308 Lucy. Ada, 96, 120, 308 Luke, Raymond Victor, 374 Lukens, Gary Lee, 308 Lumpkin, Lou Ann, 374 Lund, Marion Myer, 337 LuDo, Vincent, 308 Lusk, Ann Elizabeth, 357 Mathes, Larry A., 357 Mathews, Ben, 105, 118, 197, 309 Mathews. Mary Susan, 357 Mathis, Chipper Howard. 105, 177 201 Mathis, George Louie. 309 Mathis, Howard Francis, 375, 235 Matulich, Frank Peter, 199, 309 Mauglathlin, Leslie Judith, 309 Mauldin, Linda Gayle, 337 Mauldin, Melinda Jane, 337 Maupin, Judy Kaye, 258, 309 Maurio, Lou Vincent. 375 Maxey, Judy Ann, 375 Maxwell, Terry Kenneth, 205, 337 Frank Richard, 166, 168, 205, Luter, Jesse Crawford, 374 Lutrick, Dianne, 179, 357 Lyckett, Michael Allen, 357 Lyle, Joyce Marie, 193, 357 225' McArth L, LaCasse, Jeanne Susan, 191, 356 Lackey. Arthur, 97 Ladner, Berlin, 124 Ladner, John, 163, 230 Ladner, Kathie, 70 Ladner, Wendel, 235 Lammel, Julie Katherine, 374 Lamethe, David Mackie, 374 Lambert, Larry, 117 Lambeth, Kathy Marie, 181 Lambert, Larry Lyle, 335 Lambert, Patricia Louise, 335 Lambert, Terry, 96 Lambuth, Warren Gerald, 199 Lammel, Julie Katherine, 193 Lam ton Peter 207 P , , Landers, Linda Wood, 307 Landrum, Marsha, 120, 152, 307 Lane, Cindy Sue, 357 Lane, Sylvia, 258 Lang, Hollis Lersy, 336 Lang, Shelley Elizabeth, 374 Laing, Thomas Walter, 357 Laird, Karen, 96, 289 Lee, Jimmy. 124 LeMay, Darleen Ann, 124, 307 Leskovec. John Raymond, 336 Letchworth, Betty Irene, 124, 336 Leuba, Don Lewis. 308 Leup, Elizabeth Ann, 374 Leverette, Rita Faye, 336 Lyle, Roger Brenton, 374 M Mabry, Lou, 96 MacD ermott, J. Thomas, 357 May, Belinda Gwen, 375 May, Jane, 120 May, Joy Elaine, 258, 357 May, llfay llflgy May May Patr'cia M., 309 Paul Edward 337 J Robert Eugene, 197 ti Sharrie Ann, 375 Billy Bruce, 375 David Coo, 358 eld. Mayfield, Mayfield, Mayfield. Mayfield, Mayhall. Donna Kay. 126, 181, 337 Kay, 126 William. 93 MacDonald, Donald Ross, 91, 164, 168, 248, 308 Lewis Alna Christine, 374 Lewis, Barbara Anne, 157, 181. 308 Lewis, Carolyn, 98 Lewis, Danny Wayne, 336 Lewis, Frederick Norton, 197 Lewis, Genevieve, 191 Lewis, Harry, 93 Lewis, Jean, 92 Lewis, Jean Alice, 357 Lewis, Linda Jo, 374 Lewis, Linda Jo, 374 MacDonald, Gordon Arthur, 357 MacDonald, Stephen J., 199 MacDowell, Kathy Claire, 150, 337 MacDowell, Margaret Vivian, 374 MacGill, Harriet, 94 MacIntosh, Frances Ione, 374 MacLenna, Margaret Angela, 124, 337 Madden. John B., 203 Maddox, Sally Jane, 187, 322 Maddox, Susan Leigh, 193, 337 387 187, Mayo, La Mayorga, McAlpin, lVicAlDi Ray, 177, 195 rry Bruce, 337 Fred. 243 Jac, 222, 248 n, Judy C., 375 McAndrews, Anita Fairchild, 358 lVEcAndirew. Margie Ann, 375 McArthur, Charles M., 358 ur, John Sidney, 375 McBroom, Richard S., 309 McBride, Susan Claire, 114, 337 McCabe, Patrick Brian, 309 McCaffrey, Gayle R. Boyles, 337 McCaffrey, Mack Gregory, 309 McCage. Johnny F., 116 McCall, Hazle Gwen. 375 McCall, Sandra Lynn, 187 McCallan, Wayne, 254 McCallum, Herbert Don. 337 McCandless, William, 93 McCann, James Nolan, 337 McCann, John Howard, 94. 337 McCardle, James Vernon, 95, 309 McCartney. James, 95 McCartney. Pat, 132 McCarty, John Edward, 206, 207, 261, 309 McCarty, Judy Carole, 375 McCarty, Robert Milo, 167, 168, 227. 228, 248, 309 McCaskill, June Elizabeth, 92, 191 McCaughan, Carolyn Louise, 309 McClammy, Keith, 230 McCalrey. Jim, 196 McClatchy. Mary Elizabeth, 375 McClay. E. James, 197 McClellan, Paul Harden, 309 McClellan, Thomas, 95 McClintock, Susan Kirkland, 185. McClinton, Hugh W., 337 McConnell, Lynda Ann, 309 McCool, Karen Elaine, 185, 358 Dan Marshall, 195 Nan, 187 Penne. 358 337 McCoimick, McCormick. McCormick, McCormick, Robert Hill, Jr., 177, 202, 203 McCory, Mike Alex, 338 McCown, Sharon, 337 McCoy. Gail Elizabeth, 309 McCoy, Mary Pauline, 309 McCoy, Norma Lee, 337 McCracken, David, 177, 199, 337 McCraney, Sharon, 98 McCraw, Ben, 177, 203 McCraw, Ben. 177, 203 McCory, Donald Patrick, 197 McCurdie, Ellen Welch, 93, 154, 181 358 McCurdie, Emma Janet, 181, 309 McCutcheon, Mary Lorraine, 375 McManus, Brenda Kay. 76, 167. 375 McMaster. Beverly Ann. 338 McMichael, Betty Ruth, 338 McMichael, Mona, 338 McMil1ian, Nancy Merle, 183 McMullan, Donna Faye, 375 McMullan, Elizabeth Jeannene, 126, 181, 350 McMurtry, Roger Ames, 338 McNair, Clayton Wayne, 358 McNair, John William, 338 McNally, Judith Ann, 375 McCutchon, John Robert, 309 McDaniel, McDaniel. McDonald, Joyce Carol, 358 Thomas F., 158, 199, 309 Addie Ann, 181, 375 McDonald. Cecily M., 98, 309 McDonald, Don, 147 McDonald, Harold Owen, 338 McDonald, Linn, 358 McDonald, Michael T., 126, 199. 338 McDonnell, Margueritte Ellen, 191, 309 McDougall, Greg Vaughn, 309 Mgljjgowall, Frances Ozella, 120, 148, McDowell, Elizabeth Carol, 309 lVIcDowell, Mrs. Lynn. 100 McDutT, Alan Red, 358 McNamee, Robert Lloyd. 358 McNeal, Horace Whelloer, 207, 310 McNeece, Billy Charles, 338 McNeil, Donald Wendell, 358 McNulty, Patrick H., 119, 310 McPherson, Jacqueline Louise, 375 McPherson, John Noel, 338 McPhillips, Thomas H., 338 McQueen, Charlotte, 179, 310 McRae, Frances Elizabeth, 189 McRae, Marietta Jane, 121, 148, 310 McRae, Thomas, 115 McRaney, Carolyn Diane, 258, 358 McRaney. Iva Dolyn, 358 McReney, Sharon Kay. 338 McRee, James Timothy. 209, 338 lVlcSwain, Elizabeth Ruth, 183 McWhorter, Ann, 183, 358 Meacham, Arthur Paul, 310 Meador, John, 124 Meadows, Glenda Cheryl, 375 Meadows, June Kay, 92, 358 Meadows, Linda Gail, 338 Meek, Melvin D., 310 Melancon, Stanford George, 375 Melling, Robert Wade, 207, 358 Melton, John Elvis, 209, 358 Mendieta, Edmundo, 358 Mennell, Dorothy Ann, 179, 310 Merchant, Belind Kay. 375 Merlini, George, 95 Merrill, Chris, 127 Merrill, Linda Sue, 338 Merritt, Joseph Renford, 375 Merritt. Ricky. 338 Merritt, Wayne, 95, 117, 164, 168, 310 Mettz, Karl, 104 Mergs, Bobby, 119 Meszaros, Michael Emmett, 201 Meyers, Linda Johnell, 375 Michel, Rex John, 127, 177, 199, 358 Michel, Samuel Carlo, 375 Middleberg, Ira Joel, 358 Middleton, Alice Susan, 338 Middleton, Scott, 202 Montgomery. Mary Ann. 376 Montgomery. Robert, 195 Montigny, Bryant Charles. 124. 310 Moody. Moody. Moon, Moon. Oscar, 124 Thomas, 95 Karen Beth, 376 Sandra, 98 Mocre, Carolyn Edna, 193, 368 Moore, Deborah Leigh, 74, 181, 376 Moore, Diana Lynne, 106, 126, 358 Moore, Kay Diane, 179, 358 Moore, Michael H., 311 Moore, Patricia Ann, 92, 358 Moore. Moore, Roy, 87, 115, 118, 289 Sharon Kay, 187, 358 Moore, Susan, 92, 152, 193, 359 lVIorgan, Betty, 120 Moran, Edna, 120 Moran, Richard Paul, 114, 116, 359 Morgan, Betty Faye, 137, 311 Morgan, Chester, 93 Morgan, Dan Parkman, 376 Morgan, James Welch, 197 Morgan, Jim, 132 Morgan, Nancy, 167 Morgan, William L., 195 Morgan, William Richard, 205 Morris, Bobby Jean, 186, 187 Morris, Morris Emmett Woodrow, 359 Forrest Marvin, 359 Morris: Linda Louise, 359 Morris, Morris, Mike, 73, 211, 322 Shannon Gale, 359 Morrison, Vicki, 179, 376 Morrow, William Aubrey, 177, 179, 311 Morton, Bubba, 177 Morton, Hollinger L., 201 Morton, Joe, 254 Morton, Marie Ester, 311 Morton, Moseley. Patricia Ann, 311 Linda Faye, 311 Nimocks. Frances Gayle 100, 102, 108, 181, 311 , 85, 89, 96 Nilote, Veronica Ann, 359 Nix, Carolyn, 92 Nixon, Connie Jean. 359 Nixon, Elaine, 359 Nixon, Joy Carol, 120, 311 Nobas, Mark, 158 Noble, Brenda Faye, 179. 376 Noble, Nancy, 376 Noble, Janet King. 359 Nobles, Jacqueline Dianne. 359 Nobles, Lenoir Lew, 311 Linda, 120 Noble, . Nobles, Mrs. Mamie, 100 Noland, Ronald, 100 Norris. Joan Faye. 376 Norris, Margaret, 121 Norton, Charles, 127 Norwood, F. Adam, 311 Norwood. Larry Maurice, 124, 340 Nowlin, Kay, 190 Novas, Mark, 128 Noyes, Elaine Cynthia, 359 Nuckols, James Andrew, 340 Nuckols, Juanita Louise, 98, 359 Nuesson, Donna Marie, 359 Null, Charleen Ann, 359 Numnum, Thomas J., 195 Nunnery, Linda Nell, 340 Nutt, Michael Owen, 205, 340 Nutt, Mike, 177 0 Oakes, Ky. 166 O'Bannon, Martha Lynne. 311 O'Brien, Padraic Corral, 205 O'Cain, Carole Marie, 359 O'Cain, Catherine, 120 Odom, Gary. 127. 128 O'Donnell. Lynn. 114, 340 Moses, G. G., 119 Mosley, Diane Louise, 98, 114, Moss, Patricia Ann, 311 Mosley, Retha Gayle, 311 Moss, E. Druscilla, 359 Mottern, William Joseph, 197 Mouchett, Pamela Ann, 376 Mowery, Susan Lynn Muagh. Robert Lawrence, 209 Mulholland, Jo Nora, 57, 359 Mullins, Lyda Grace, 126, 181 Mullins, Lyda, 126 Mullins, Robert Louise, 205 Munn, Linda, 121 Munoz, Jose Pedro. 376 Murtf, Jerrye Lynn, 97, 99, 311 311 O'Keefe. Joseph, 93 O'Mar, Richard G.. 311 O'Mara, Colleen. 183. 258, 263, 359 O'Neal, Judith T., 152, 359 Oakes, Mari Klyce. 76, 376 Oden, Mary Annette, 114. 340 Oden, Martin Mitchell, 376 Odom, Ann, 340 Odom, Gary E., 74, 199, 359 Odom, Larry JUG. 340 Odom. Lynn Cheryl, 359 Oglesbee, Michael Thomas, 340 Ogletree, Brenda Kay. 181, 311 Ogletree, Linda Kate. 181, 311 Olier. Ralph Steve, 359 Orrell. .Tohn Sharp. 340 Mills. Jerr PIHCQ. McLean, Charles Albert, 310 McElroy, Brian, 150 rner, 338 McElroy, u McElwee, Charles V., 198 McFarland, Betty McFerran, Carole McFerran, James McFarland. Betty, McFatter, Dianne John T Jean, 126, 185, 375 J., 358 C., 209 126 Lee, 358 McGarity, Victoria Carolyn, 183, 358 McGee, Joyce, 338 McGee, Wayne Virgial, 338 lVl'cGeen, Iwana, 309 McGehee, Michael Glenn, 375 McGehee, Peg. 148, 358 MCGllVI'2y, Richard E., 358 McGowen, Arthur William, 164, 310 McGraw, Betty Diane, 375 McGregor, Barbara Jean, 154 McGruder, Eddye Delores, 338 lVlcGufee, Linda Camille, 310 McGuire, Pamela Anne, 358 McHenry. Temple Anita, 338 McIlwain, Charlotte Ann, 187, 338 McIlwain, Julius Baron, 310 McIlwain, Martha Sue, 258, 358 McInnis, Carey U.. 338 Mclnnis, Linda, 129, 145, 186. 187, 338 Mclnnis, Mary Anne, 358 Mclnnis, William T., 199 MCII1lrye. Thomas Oliver, 338 McKay. Johnny Lee, 146, 230, 375 lVIcK-ay, Macy Diane, 176, 181, 358 McKay, Norma Wesley, 289 McKay. Thelma G., 310 McKendree, John Newton, 358 McKennon, Larry Wade, 338 McKenzie, Donald Stevenson, 310 McKenzie, Franklin Cooper, 310 McKenzie, June Annette, 375 McKinley, Rachel Louise, 338 McLand. Sandra Kay, 375 Mglggiughlin, Carolyn Ann, 92, 149, McLellan, Rita Cheryl, 375 McLellon, Thomas Roy, 201 McLemore, Dianne Carol, 310 McLendon, Marilyn Elizabeth, 338 McLeod, Gloria Anne, 310 McLeod, Rita Inez, 181 McLeod, Silas Wayne, 375 Mieczynski, Charlotte, 358 Mikel, Billy Wayne, 230, 375 Mingledorif, Daisy Marsh, 375 Minniece, Susan, 191, 338 Mikell, John Edward, 310 Mikell, Melanie Mae, 187, 375 Miles, Linda Miley, Judy Milton, Glen Louise, 375 Carolyn, 338 Michael, 310 Miler, Carlis Ann, 375 Miller, Gail, 193, 358 Miller, Gardner William, Jr., 289 Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller. Miller. Miller. Miller, Miller, Lei Ma Harold Leon, 201 Helen Dianne, 92, 150, 358 James L., 358 James Madison, 375 ghton Smylie, 338 Marilyn. 85, 90, 100, 292, 310 rtha Faye, 338 Mary Lynn, 338 Miller, Paula Cecile, 310 Miller, Robert, 100 Miller, Sandra Lynn, 310 Miller, Sue Ann, 183 Millett. Michelle M., 120, 310 Milling, Alfred Edward, 375 Milling, Betty Carolyn, 338 Milling, Dana Marilyn, 375 Mills, Jane, 176, 187 y. 108, 358 Mills. Linda Mary, 375 Milstead, Phillip Lee, 338 Milsted, Joey, 358 Mims, Marbury Elizabeth, 358 Mingledorf, Daisy, 101 Mirabile, Carolyn Elaine, 120, 150, 338 Mitchell, Cheryl Theresa, 120, 310 Mitchell, Danny F., 73, 103, 104, 108, 122, 177, 350, 358 Mitchell, Darlene, 375 Mitchell, DeRita Ann, 121, 338 Mitchell, Douglas Kennedy, 358 Mitchell, Gary Cooley, 358 Mitchell, William Joseph, 310 Mitchum, Joseph Vernon, 338 Mison, Cynthia Ann, 375 Moak, Jan ey Karen, 375 Moffett, Joe Russell, 358 Moffett, Susan Lynn, 181, 258, 375 Molaison, Pamela A., 124, 310 Monferdinia, Toni, 375 Monk, Georgia Elaine, 375 Murphree, Albert Daniel, 203 Murphy, Francis Harry. 93, 359 Murphy, Irene, 99 Murphy, Patricia Eileen, 311 Murphy, Patrick Samuel, 376 Murphy, Wayne E., 95, 123 Murray, Eleanor, 92 Murray, Irene, 311 Murray. Jane, 93, 176, 187 Murray. Murray, Murray, Jeffrey Allan, 202, 203, 311 Kay. 189, 359 Suzie Mae, 154, 176, 193 Myahall, Ray, 194 Myers, Bobby Ray, 311 Myers, Gayle Karen, 359 Myers, John David, 197 Myers, Deith William, 74, 195, 365, 376 Myers, Kenneth John, 195, 376 Myers, Marilyn, 190 Myers, Tommy Eldridge, 359 Myrick, Martha Ann, 311 N Nance, John Hunter, 197, 376 Narut, Thomas E., 289 Nash, Patricia Rhode, 359 Nasif, Donna Maria, 376 Nation, Hoyt Allen, 132, 205 Nazary, Betty Anne, 96, 311 Nealy, Donna, 108, 376 Neeley, Ann, 120 Neff, Cecelia Marie, 311 Neff, Guy. 243, 289 Negri, Phil James, 359 Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Bill, 121, 126, 206 Donna Ruth, 179 Mary Elizabeth, 359 Mary Beth, 185 William Riley. 97. 207, 311 Neswick, Lawrence, 100 Netterville, Mary Therese, 359 Newell, George, 243 Newman Dou 120 . g. Newman, Emily Anne, 311 Newman. Newman, Newman, Newton, James Douglas, 311 Kenneth Alexander, 132, 311 Leslie David, 205 Mary Edith, 258 Ory, Weezie. 71, 131, 181, 340 Oswalt. Shirley Hughes, 340 Owen, Barbara Ann, 340 Owen, Genevieve Rice, 340 Owens, John, 177 Owens, John D., 209, 276 Owens, Nan Emma, 340 Owens, Naomi Jane, 376 Owens, Reine, 376 Owen, Robert E., 312 Owens. Owens, Owens. Shirley Elaine, 376 Tommy Lee, 359 Vicki Kay. 185, 340 Overbey, Cynthia Sue, 189, 312 Overby, Richard Donald, 359 Overstreet, Barbara Jean, 376 Overstreet, Patty, 189 Owings, Fannie, 121 Ozerden, Mrs. Candane Brannon, 97 312 Ozerde n, Hal, 243 P Pace, Carolyn. 312 Pace, Georgina, 191, 376 Pace, Helen Dancy. 376 Pace, Pacqueline, 181, 340 Michael M., 195 Pggk, Clifford Harrison, 376 Paeltz, Bonnie. 376 Pagano, Mary Elizabeth, 359 Page, Rita, 340 Page, Shirley Ann, 312 Pailet, Howard, 230, 373 Palarea. Richard, 243 Palm, John Frederick, 340 Palmer, Connie Beth, 312 Palmer, Danny. 230. 231 Palmer, Margaret Ellen, 340 Palumbo, Lewis Anthony, 95, 116 Paragon, Don Lewis, 359 Pardee, John S., 177, 205, 312 McMahan, Brent E., 164, 168 McMahan, Emily, 92 McMahan. McMahan. McMahan, McMahan. Lynn Bryce, 94, 196, 310 Horace E., 338 Janie Marlene, 375 Lynn Bryce, 197 McMahan, Sue Sandra, 375 McMahan. Virginia Dale, 375 Monroe, Donna Reece, 358 Monroe, Rebecca Eloise, 179 Monroe, Thomas Cain, 201 Monsour, Edward Brooks, 197, 358 Monsour, James George, 116, 310 Montfort, Monty Clayton, 358 Montgomery, Charles David, 358 Montgomery, Joy Ann, 187 Newman. Paula Kay, 359 Newman, Sharone Elizabeth, 121, 132, 311 Newton, Mary Edith, 263 Nibles, Wilborn Percy. 376 Nicholls, Catherine Jean, 376 Nichols, Dale Hunt, 359 Nicholson, Christie Sharon, 359 Nickovitch, Marco, 157 Nietzel, Douglas, 290 88 Peredes, Luis F., 253, 359 Parish, Carolyn, 376 Parish, Gerald. 340 Parker, Charles Steven, 340 Parker, Don, 117, 211 Parker Parker, Parker. Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker. , Donna Lee, 74 Donald L.. 210, 376 Henry P., 312 , Kathryn Ann, 312 , Mary Carolyn, 183, 359 , Mike, 177, 204, 205, 292 , Michael Wayne. 73. 312 , Susan Jane, 340 , Suzanne, 158 Virginia Lynn, 359 Parkinson, Terry Lee, 359 3 Pittm EII1, Parkman, Douglas Taylor, 359 Parks, W. Alex, 116, 312 Parnell, Charles Gerald, 376 Parr, Guneria, 108, 189, 340 Parris, Becky, 129, 182, 183 Parson, Jerome George, 359 Parsons, Linda Kay, 120, 340 Parsons, Ricky Wayne, 376 Partenope, Thomas Anthony, 376 Partlow, George Martin, 312 Partridge, Claude Joseph, 199 Partridge, Nancy L., 92, 359 Pass, Martha Leigh, 359 Patano, Peter Michael, 312 Patrick, Billie, 124, 340 Patrick, Cecilia Katherine, 376 Patrick, Jacqueline, 312 Patrick, Roy Austin, 119, 312 Pipa, Alan James, 203, 377 Pippin, Frank Edward, 197 Pirkle, Margo, 121 Pitt, David Maxwell, 341 Pittman, Beth, 93, 184 Pittm Pittm Pittm Dan, 97 an, Daniel Sayle, 360 an, Elizabeth Ann, 185, 360 an, Jamie Lynn, 312 Pitts, Auther Roy, 311 Pitts, Tommie Jewel, 313 Pledger. James E., 93, 195 Pless, Nancy Allison, 191, 377 Plitt, Leonard Earl, 313 Pocemski, Bonney Markette, 313 Pogue, James Ewell, 360 Poirier, William, 100 Poitevin, Philip Alton, 243, 341 Paterson, Harold Cox, 197 Patterson, Barbara Anne, 359 Patterson, Diana Marie, 376 Patterson, Elizabeth, 94 Patterson, Cecil, 340 Patterson Eileen May, 340 Patterson Elizabeth Kathryn, 137, 340 Polewoda, Janice Green, 189, 360 Polito, Joseph P., 290 Polk, John Allen, 377 Polk, Marie Lucille, 360 Polk, Randy, 148 Polk, Shelton Randolph, 377 Polk, William Leslie, III, 360 Pollard, Anthony Womack, 313 Pollard, Janelle, 183, 377 Patterson: Linda Ann, 376 Patterson, Richard Glen, 312 Patterson, Susan, 97, 312 Pattison, B. John, III, 290 Pollard, Jeanie Lyle, 136, 313 Pollman, Mary Jo, 126, 129, 183, 341 Patton, Howard Kenneth, 120, 312 Patton, William Byron, 312 Paul, Don Robert, 359 Payne, Charlotte Diane, 340 Payne, David, 97, 100 Eddie, 117, 199, 312 Payne, Payne, Pie, 106, 108, 183 Payne, Sam, 119 Peacock, Bonnie Rae, 359 Peacock, Caroline Elaine, 148, 359 Peagler, Terry Charles, 376 Peale, Elwyn Eugene, 120, 312 Pearce, David E., 312 Pearl, George Silver, 376 Pearson, Anne, 183, 261, 340 Pearson, Brenda Faye, 179, 376 Pearson, Wink, 258 Peddicord, Peggy Wehunt, 376 Poole , Carolyn Delores, 185, 377 Poole, Kathie, 100, 313 Poole, Medora Faye, 114, 187, 313 Poole, Parnela A., 341 Poore, William Joseph, 313 Pope, Charles Clifton, 203 Pope, Dianne, 120 Pope, Curtis Earl, 341 Pope M. Darwin 377 Pope: Margaret Elyse, Pope, Pope 377 Martin, 93 Sharon Dianne , , 360 Porcari, Arthur Joseph, 341 Peden, Peel, D Margaret Louise, 96, 179, 340 iane Celeste, 359 Peel, Glenda Vee, 340 Peerson, Peggy Lynn. 359 Pelt John Henr 312 Porch, Barbara, 100 Porter, Al Jack, 132, 360 Porter, Gloria Gene, 92, 260 Porter, James Slater, 313 Porter, Ralph Raymond, 360 Porter, William Harold, 390 Portwood, James Barrows, 313 Posey, Jacque, 116, 183, 341 Posey. Rubin Scott, 341 Post, Kizbv 1 2 14 . y. Pelton, Stephen Paul, 376 Pemberton, Penny Cannette, 376 Pennington, Karen McLeod, 376 Pennington, Walter Thomas, 116, 312 Penton, Patricia Gail, 359 Percaro, Arthur Joseph, 199 Percy. Shelley, 181, 340 Peregoy, Joan Noel, 106, 340 Perniciaro, Joy Agnes, 376 Peresich, Wink, 312 Perez, Louis Anthony, 376 ' .. 3 , 8 Potter, Buddy, 205, 360 Potts, Poulo Jerry Mack, 341 Powell, Powell, Penny, 124 s, Roger D., 88, 116, 177, 292 Powe, Barbara Ann, 119. 313, 360 Donald Richard, 341 Powell, Powell, Jan, 121 Janice M., 341 Powell, Powers, Prat.her. Michael, 177, 203, 341 Keith Parker, 377 Roche, Norman LeRoy, 115, 118, 314 Perkins Cynthia 188 189 340 Carol, 258, 350 Carol Rae, 258, 360 Pratt, Jaes Jefferies, 377 Prescott, Juann Diane, 341 Prather, Perkins, Ellis Chapman, 205 Perkins, Judith Faye, 376 Perkins, Louis Ronnie, 340 Perkins, Patty, 93, 121, 179, 360 Perkins, Sandra Ann, 360 Perritt, Bonnie Eugenia, 340 Perronne, LeRoy Robert, 340 Perrone, William James, 376 Perry, Gary W., 377 Perry, Lynda Rose, 187 Perry. Martha Nell, 120, 340 Perry, Stephen Michael, 376 Person, Brenda B., 360 Persons, M. Charles, 360 Peterman, Thomas Deedry, 312 Peters, Natalie Marie, 191, 312 Peterson, Donald Elbert, 312 Peterson, Donna Rose, 377 Peterson, Gloria Martha, 312 Peterson, Robert Morgan, 340 Petree, Eugene, III, 197, 377 Petro, Zoe Claire, 377 Petry, George Wayne, 290 Pettus, Janice Carol, 360 Prescott, Presley, Presley, Presley, Pressl Pressl Preston. Prevo Probila. Price. Price. Price Patricia, 179, 313 Martin Earl, 197 Walter Kenneth, 377 William Otis, 313 Dusty, 201 Mary Gene, 341 Carolyn Diane, 341 Virginia Beth, 187 John Charles, 377 Alice, 96, 99 Allison Marie, 377 Arthur Davis 341 CY. Gy. St, Price: Clare Lynda, 313 Price, Dennis E., 341 Price, Hank, 158 Price, Henry Escoe, 341 Price. Ingrid Dayen, 191, 341 Price, Judy Ann, 181, 377 Price. Price Kathel Elaine. 341 Twila Frances, 377 Pt-ichhrd, sheiia, 96 Phillips, David Walker, 360 Phillips, Ernest, 93 Phillips, Gerald Dee, 340 Phillips, Janice Lynn, 181, 340 Phillips, Joe Carol, 377 Phillips, Larry Wayne, 201 Phillips, Maureen Ponder, 360 Phillips, Sylvia Gail, 377 Phipps, Edward Tyson, 360 Richmond, Earl Glen, 342 Pickard, Andrea Gayle, 340 Pickard, Andrea Gayle, 340 Pickering. John Wilson, 290 Pickett, Joan M., 340 Pickett, Martha Nell, 152, 360 Pierce, Billy Lamar, 341 Pierce, Brenda Sue, 377 Pierce Linda Kay, 114 119, 312 Pierce: Lozier Teresa, 377 Pierce, Nancy Carolyn, 341 Pierce, Robert K., 203, 377 Pierce, Sherry Francine, 183, 341 Pigot, Penelope, 377 Pigott. Carol Ann, 183 Pigott, Helen Sue, 341 Pine, Barbara Louise, 377 Plglgerton. Robbie Robertson, 89, 183, Primeaux, Susan, 100 Pringle, Roland Ward, 313 Pringle, Wallace Dumont, 377 Prichard, Pamela Anne, 190, 191 Pritchett, Nelson Valdez, 117, 341 Privett, James David, 341 Prosser, Lynne, 341 Prothro, Samuel Scott, 360 Pryor, Melinda, 124, 176, 189, 341 Psencik, Marilyn, 176, 185, 360 Puckett, Diann Elizabeth, 341 Puckett, Eddie Darnell, 341 Pulliam, Albert Lynn, 313 Puryis. Larry L., 341 Purvis, Suzanne, 189 Pylant, Nancy Miller, 360 Pyron, Jerry Wayne. 177. 377 Q Quesenberry, Jean, 71, 183, 313 Quick, Sandy. 341 Quigley, Faye Anne, 189 Quigley, Robert Dennis, 377 Quin, Craig, 124 Quin, Jack Edward, 117, 360 Pinleston, Paul David, 203 Pinto, Michael I., 341 Quinn, Terry Alton, 341 Quinnelly, Rita D., 193 3 8 R Radcliffe, Rip Dennis, 377 Ragland, Carole Jeanne, 192, 341 Ragland, Merrilyn Jane, 132, 360 Rahaim, Cynthia Flora, 124, 313 Rahaim, Elaine, 104, 105, 154, 179 Rahaim, Ronald, Palmer, 199, 360 Ranier, Jean Lenne, 341 Raines, A. W., 313 Rainey, Ed Lionel, 230 Rainwater, Charles Foster, 341 Raley, Mel, 124 Ramos, Jose Aurelio, 115, 313 Reidel, William C,, 126, 177, 196, 207. 360 Riels, Charles Edward, 360 Rigby, Larry, 93 Rigby, Micky Gwynn, 314 Rigdon, Wilburn Amos, 95, 342 Riggs. Riles, Frank, 93, 97, 127, 360 Tommy Mitchell, 342 Riley, Allison Marcus, 342 Riley, Connie Lou, 121, 144, 145, 181. 292, 314 Riley, Grady Ray. 342 Riley, Judith Eileen, 342 Riley, Mary Marsha, 314 Riley, Mark, 124 Riley, Ray, 124 Riley. Sarah K., 377 Rimmer, Betty Ann, 93, 176, 183, 360 Ramsay, Stewart Holm, 115, 290 Ramsey, Susan Eileen, 313 Ramsay, Vicki, 126 Ramsey, Donald, 119 Randall, Elizabeth Jo, 377 Robbie Elizabeth, 193, 390 Randall, Randazzo, Henry Joseph, 86, 96, 168, 313 Randle, Brenda Gayle, 377 Randkin, Joe David, 199, 341 Rasco, George Edward, 341 Ratcliff, Clifton Edwin, 93, 201, 360 Ratclitf, Karen. 96 Ratcliff, Wanda Florence, 313 Ratcliffe, Waren E., 341 Elizabeth, 342 Mary, 342 66, 173, 186, 187 Ann, 314 Robbins, Judy Floyd, 314 Robins, Marty, 258, 259 Robbins, Martha Elaine, 314 Robbins, Rita Joyce, 360 Roberts, Billy, 124, 128 Rinehart, Marie Ring, Catherine Risk, Georgiana, Rivers, Rebecca Rater, Mary Ann, 360 Rath, Al fred Gary, 341 Rawls, Martha A., 183, 360 Rawls, Richard Daniel, 341 Rawls, Sammie, 201 Rawson, Glynn, 360 Ray, Betty Jo, 183, 263. 377 Ray, Joan, 377 Ray, Judy Lynn, 313 Ray, Rosie Marie, 65, 75, 183, 341 Rayborn Rayburn , Betty Jane, 341 , Gary, 228 Rayburn, James Robert, 205, 342 Rayburn, Jerry Paul, 360 Rayburn, Maxine Renee, 360 Rayfield, Rebecca Marie, 192, 193, 342 Raymond, Claudia Anne, 377 Reach, Anne Eloise, 377 Read, Dorothy Gwinn, 342 Reber, Hamilton Dykes, 360 Redden, Warren, 87, 90, 95, 128, 164. 168, 313 Reddin, Charles Henry, 342 Redding. George William, 342 Redhead, Hugh Curry, 313 Reed, Cheryl, 126 Reed, James William, 360 Reed, Jerry Ray, 102, 118, 119, 313 Reed, Lester H., 342 Reed, Mike, 117 Rober Rober ts, Raymond, 230 son, Frances, 98 Roberson, Nelda Jean, 377 Roberson, Phyllis, 314 Roberts, Alex Donald, 361 Roberts, Beth, 92, 96, 183 Roberts, Billy C., 201, 361 Roberts, Billy Herbert, 97, 342 Roberts, DeDee, 258, 361 Roberts, Fran, 192 Roberts, Glenda, 314 Roberts, Janice Carolyn, 314 Roberts , Linda Gail, 342 Roberts, Mae Elizabeth, 377 Roberts, Mildred Louise, 191 Roberts, Nancy, 258 Roberts, Nanci Marie, 377 Roberts, Raymond, 231 Roberts, Renee Joyce, 183, 314 Roberts, Rosa Linda, 361 Roberts, Rudy Frances, 193, 342 Roberts, Shirley Diane, 377 Roberts, Steven Eugene, 177, 203, 342 Roberts, Rhomas Keith, 342 Roberts, William H., 377 Robertson, James Ned, 290 Robertson, Jimmy Wayne, 342 Robertson, Mary Alice, 98, 314 Robichauz, Joe Allan, 314 Robiehaux, Vicki Lynn, 377 Robins, Marty, 258 , Anita Kay, 119, 361 Robinson, Robinton B. Erick. 378 Reeves, Andrew Raymond, 377 Reeves, Clara R., 124, 342 Reeves, Jerry, 115 Reeves, Ralene, Reeves, Sandi, 188 Reeves, Virginia Lou. 377 Robinson, Beverly Nelle, 187 Robinson, Doby. 117 Robinson, Frances Helen, 189 Robinson, Robert L., 164 Robinson, Sherrill Michele, 314 Robinson Suzanne 121 Register, Joseph, 377 Reid, Cheryl Anne, 126, 185, 377 Reid, Martha Elizabeth, 313 Reley. Mel, 124 Rendfey, Frederick, 94, 100 Renegar, Mary Kay, 183, 377 Renot, John Phillip, 313 Roper, Peggy Jean, 361 Rostom, Mary Ann, 377 Reuter, G, Eric, 128, 158, 360 Reynolds, Carolyn Ann, 183, 313 Reynolds, Cicely, 100 Reynolds, Marvin Othell, 377 Rochter, Elizabeth Kathleen, 179 Rock, Frances, 98 Rodenbough, Frances Elena, 121, 179, 314 Rodner, Ben Framer, 300 Rodney, Faye Judith, 314 Roe, Mary E., 314 Roffinoli, Stephen John, 378 Rogan, Harry Martin, 314 Rogers, John A., 124, 163 Rogers, Diane Faye, 342 Rogers, Harold Linus, 314 Rhoades. Linda Orene, 313 Rhodes, Charles W., 314, 342 Rhodes, Frances Jan, 360 Rhodes, Louis Nazareth, Jr., 89, 95, 314 Rhodes, Patsy Joyce, 342 Rhodes, Terry, 230 Rhymes, John Gary, 119, 342 Rice, Carolyn Jo, 314 Rice, James H,, 123, 360 Rice, Thomas Raymond, 314 Rich, Sharon Lynn, 360 Richardson Bettye Ann, 314 Richardson, Betty Jo, 377 Richardson, Elizabeth, 360 Richardson John E., 116, 195 Richardson, Lynda 92. 148, 154, 360 Richardson, Ronald Stephen, 342 Richardson, Wanda, 100 Richerson, William Robert, Jr., 199, 360 Richmond, Gail Janice, 377 Richmond, Judy Anne, 119, 342 Richmond, Mark Homer, 342 Richmond, Maerdeith, 93, 181, 360 Richmond, Merida, 92 Rogers, James Roy. 314 Rodgers, John Andrew, 361 Rogers, Ludie, 187 Rogers, Myron Wayne, 314 Rogers, Neda Gayle, 378 Rohan, Donald James, 128, 314 Rollings, Roblyn Hurst, 314 Rollinson, Ronald, 93 Rone, Barbara Lynn, 378 Rook. Roper. William Nial, 342 Edward Benson, 97, 96, 314 Roper, Henry Ronald, 314 Rosales, Arture, 243 Rose, Clude D., 290 Rose. Douglas Wesley, 378 Rose, Patricia M., 315 Rose, Rickey, 116 Rose, Wilfred Joseph, 378 Rose, Zenith Rickey. 315 Rosetti, Jake Philip, 209, 378 Roshto, Joey Faye. 176, 189 Roshto, Richard Allen, 315 Ross, Barbara Lee, 191 378 378 Richmond, Sue Beth, 108, 126, 185, 377 Richmond, Wayne Otis, 342 Richard, Elizabeth M., 314 Richard, Suzie English, 360 Richter, Elizabeth Kathleen, 360 Rickner, Sandra, 96 Rickner, John Willia, 360 Rideout, Janis, 126 Riddle, James Davis, Jr., 209 Ridgeway, Nancy Sylvia, 377 Ridout, Janis Carole, 181, 342 9 Ross, Beverly Ann. 191, Ross, Cindy Ann, 181 Ross, James Davis, 177, 315 Ross, John Lamar, 342 Ross, Lane M., 361 Bouchon, Alan Michael, 201 Rouse, Douglas, 93, 230 Rouse, Larry Harrison, 361 Rouse, Richard Arlen, 342 Rouse, Thomas Cleveland, 342 Rouse, Thomas Curtis, 342 Rousell, Tommy, 224, 248 Rowan, Webster Harry. 95, 123, 361 Rowe, Dennis Karen, 189. 361 Rowell, Michel Allen, 342 Smith Gerri, 362 Rowlands, E. Suan, 378 Rowsee, Rita'Jean, 92, 361 Royals, Catherine Irene, 361 Rude, Mary Temple, 176, 189 Rudd, Mary Louise, 121, 342 Rudder, Glenda Sue, 361 Ruff, Karen Lee, 361 Ruffin. Kathy Karen, 185, 378 Rumore, Vic. 196 Runnels, Alex Annette, 378 Runnels, Bobby Wayne, 116, 315 Runnels, Judy Margaret, 179 Runnels, Rita Louise, 114, 120, 126, 361 Runyan, Gregory Bradfor, 177, 207 Rush, Mary Elizabeth, 289 Rush, Paula Lane, 185, 378 Ralph, Hugh Rush. 290 Rvder Rushin Thomas R., 177. 194, 195, 211 Rushing. Linda Ann, 191 Rushing. Mack Harry. 315 Rushing, Margaret A., 361 Rushing, Milton Reid, 116, 315 Rusling, Linda, 98 Ruspali. Frank J., 116 Russell Barbara Ann, 342 Russell, Bonnie Sue. 342 Russell, Charles Douglas, 195 Russell, Clifford Smith, 315 Russell, Dale, 263 Russell, Dorcell Ann, 154, 342 Russell, Dorothy Dale, 183, 261 Russell, Hollaway Keith, 342 Russell, Johnny Lamar, 378 Russell, Kathryn, 98 Russell, Mary Kathryn, 315 Russell Ricky Dale, 378 Russell: Ronnie, 201 Russell, R. Trique, 209, 375 Russell Russell Rhett Ralph, 342 Ruth Lynn, 187 Rutledge. Thomas Olever, 315 Ruzic, Suan, 378 Ryan, Nancy, 92, 258 Ryan, Robert Edward, 361 Ryan, Susan Marie, 378 Ed 11 Solomon, Jeffry Alan, 93, 362 Stuart . , . 8 Ryerson, Judith Lynn, 378 Ryerson. Judy. 185 Rycoft. Linda J.. 378 Ryder. Edward J., 315 S Saba, Holly Christine, 361 Saba, Wilton Allen, 315 Sablich, Serena Ann, 361 Saca, Paul Alan. 195 Sadka. Dewey, 118 Sadler, Gayle, 378 Sadler, Robert A., 378 Safifer, Alan T., 205 Saget, Gary Lynn. 378 Sakkis. John Nicholas, 315 Sala, Paul Alan, 361 Salathe, Wayne Stanton. 197 Saliba, Patty Ann, 361 Salinas, Robert, 115, 315 Salley, Douglas Lynn, 315 Salley, Janet J.. 315 Sample, Melinda A t , 96. Sanderford, Jewel Dila?i?120, Searafm, Mary, 105, 121, 176, 189 Sessions. Glenda Kay, 315 Sessions, Rodney H., 166, 168, 316 Sessum, Ray Edward. 290 Sewall, Vickie. 121 Seyd, Peter Jens, 316 Seymore, Patricia Anne, 378 Shaddock, Anne B., 193 Shamoon, Charles David, 361 Shanrock, Lula, 258 Sharp. June Carol, 316 Shattles, Rainer. 230 Shaw, Diana Ruth, 361 Shaw. Linda Dell, 378 Shaw, Ned Osbon, 115, 316 Shearer, Janet Elaine, 181 Sheeks. John Daniel, 361 Sheely, Mary Jane, 361 Sheldon, Twila, 99, 121,316 Cathy Dee, 185, 378 Shelton. Shelton, Lillian Kay, 378 Shelton, Ruth Ann, 178 Shepherd, Dianne F., 316 Shepard, Helen Ann, 361 Shepherd. Joy Ann, 361 Sherfey, Sherry Lynn, 191 Sherwood. Sidney Katherine, 193 Shie'ds, Don, 119, 316 Shirley, Bee Bee, 189, 378 Shoemake, Brenda Rae, 361 Shoemake, Jack, 124 Shoemaker, Jan Ophelia, 361 Shoemake, Nancy Marie, 189 Short, William Davie, 378 Shows, Denny George, 118, 316 Shows, Frankie Bryant, 316 Shows, James, 114, 116, 316 Shuff, Marsha, 76, 167, 183, 261, 378 Shumski, Edward Joseph. 316 Shumski, William David, 378 Shurden, Diane, 344 Sibley, Shannon Gayle, 378 Sievers, Linn Margaret, 361 Sigler, Christopher Galen, 361 Sigler, Linda, 148 Silglifsrnagel, Gary, 88, 94, 128, 167, 168. Siler, Jo Ann. 378 Sills, Elizabeth Louise, 361 Sills, Libby. 92 Adrienne Chaille, 193 Simmons, Simmons, Delos A., 116, 316 Simmons, Diana Gail, 185. 361 Simmons. Helen Aneta, 137, 344 Simmons, Kathy, 344 James Allen, 344 Simmons, Helen, 137 Simmons, Mary Anne, 181 Simmons, Mary Elizabeth, 193 Simmons, Mary Ellen, 344 Simmons, Robert Paul, 316 Simmons, Nell Elizabeth, 378 Simmons, Shirley Ann, 316 William Sidney 361 Simmons, Simmons, , Simpson, Jimmy T., 128, 361 Simpson, Larry Barton, 361 Simpson, Martha Marie, 344 Simrall, Neil H., 197 Charles Ral h 44 Sims, . p , 3 Sims, Linda Faye, 316 Sims, Marshall Ronnie, 344 Smith, Cecilia M., 91, 96, 99, 121, 316 Smith, Charles, 97, 137, 158, 344, 361 Smalley. Charlotte Ann, 316 Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Daniel Rudoph, 316, 344 Daniel Blood, 207, 344 Danny Bruce, 378 Donald, 123, 202 Donald Allen, 344 Douglas I., 165, 254, 344 Douglas, 95 D. P.. 117 Douglas Walter, 290 Smith Elizabeth, 92 Smith Dmry Turner. 199 Smith Gary. 152 Smith Gary Wayne, 316, 344 Smith Gwendolyn Joy, 316 Smith, Herman Williams, 344 Smith Imogene, 344 Smith Jack. 124 Smith Janeane, 344 Smith Jimmie Janelle, 316 Smith Jerry Wayne, 378 Smith Jo Ann, 185, 379 Smith John David. 205, 344 Smith Joyce L., 344 Smith Kenneth C., 119, 316 Smith, L. Donald, 203 Smith, Lee Etta, 362 Smith. Lorinda Grace, 379 Smith, Margaret Carolyn, 317 Smith. Michael Lynn, 362 Smith, Michael Ray, 344 Smith, Mignon Leigh, 362 Smith, Noel Douglas, 344 Smith, Patricia Ann, 189, 379 Smith, Peg Tom, 179. 344 Smith, Ralph Edward, Jr., 209 Smith, Richard Boyd, 123, 317 Smith, Rita Fay. 317 Smith, Robert, 117 Smith. Roger William, 163, 379 Smith, Ronald G., 115, 317 Smith, Rose Marie, 344 Smith, Samuel William, 344 Smith, Sharon Kaye, 379 Smith. Stephanie Marie, 185, 362 Smith, Sue. 261 Smith, Susan Rebecca, 362 Smith. Sylvia J., 181, 317 Smith, Thomas Albert, 362 Smith, Virginia, 96, 120, 317 Smith, William H., 317 Smith, William Lee, 344 Smith, William Otis, 379 Smith, Wilson, 115 Smith, Ralph Edward, 379 Smythe, Bruce Allen, 93. 97, 362 Smythe, Michael Richard, 97, 3 Snellgrove. Dian Faye, 344 Snorwood, Larry, 124 Snowden, Dianna Lynn, 379 Snowden. Mary Alice, 379 Snowden, Robert Donald, 344 Snyder, Olive Annabelle, 290 Soveroski, Ed, 230, 231 Soderquist, David W., 317 Scderquist, Niki, 98 Softon, James, 115 17 Stegall, Jimmy Alan. 379 Stegall, Teresa Ann, 362 Stein, Calvin Charles, 345 Stein, Michael Anthony, 203 Stelle, R Steogeb. ichard O'Neal, 201 Dixon Coker, 203 Stephens, Fred B., 116 Stephen, Percy Hayes, 290 Stephens, Fred Bush, 345 Stephens, Wayne Dutine, 362 Stevens, Carol Ann. 362 Stevens, Clyde E., 100, 290 Stevens, Ernest Lynn, 193 Stevens, Robert Louis, 317 Stevens, Linda Sue, 344 Stevens, Mary Carol, 379 Stevens Wayne, 124 Stevenson, Susan, 93, 185, 362 Stevens, Wallace, 93 Stew, Harvey Neal, 345 Bill 128 Stewart, . Stewart, Cynthia Ann, 183, 362 Stewart, David Roy. 362 Stewart. Gene, 117 Stewart, Harmon Gary, 345 Stewart, Janet, 379 Stewart, Mary Kay, 258, 362 Stewart, Patsy, 92 Stewart, Sandra, 184, 185 Nora 345 Stewart, . Stewart, Steve Warren, 230, 379 Still. Mary Diane, 345 Stillions, Sue, 317 Stirtzinger, Jane, 100 Stoessel, -Toseph Raymond, 203 Stogner, Linette, 379 Stokley, Deba Judith, 379 Stokes, Gail Eloise, 379 Stokes, James Lundy. 197, 345 Stokes, William Anthony. 345 Stone, Clifton Nelson, 195 Stone, Cynthia Lucia, 345 Stone, Frances, 92, 96, 99, 100, 145 179, 178 Stone, John Douglas, 115, 116, 195 Stonestreet, Cheryl Marie, 379 Sanders, S. Jane, 361 Sanders, Phillips Wayne, 315 Sanders, Tom K., 205, 315 Sims, Sims, Sheila Diane, 378 Steve, 117 Sinclair, Patricia L., 344 Saxton, Spivey, Donald L., 167, 168 Sarrat. Al, 127 Sandifer, Beverly Ann, 361 Sanford, Barbara Janice, 315 Sanford, Frances Gayle, 378 Sarphie, T. G., 94 Sarrazin, Paul Francis, 315 Safiili. Eugene Winfred, 361 Sarrat. Allan J., 209, 361 Sartin, Winfred Eugene, 205 Sasser, Betty, 361 Satterrwhite, Jeff S., 201, 378 Saucier, Judith Daine, 378 Saucier, Stuart L., 361 Sauls, Edward Willard, 378 Savage. Savage, Savell Ralph Lee, 290 Steven Bond, 378 John Herbert, 378 Savell, Linda L., 315 Savell, Quinton Wayne, 378 Savell, W. Tingle, 378 Saxon, Rob, 117 Vicki G., 378 Sbardella, Virginia Ellen, 361 Scafidi. August Joseph, 315 Scarborough, William K., 97 Schwinler, Donna J., 187, 361 Scott, Gilbert David, 315 Scott, Kay Susan. 181. 378 Scott. Patricia Elaine, 148, 185 Sinclair. Robert Neil, 205, 378 Singby. Ronald L., 115 Singletary, Larry Thomas, 344 Singleton, Joseph, 330 Singley. Betty Lou, 96, 316 Singly, Ronald, 115 Sinnot, Mrs. Sandra, 100 Sipes, Alan. 97 Sipes, Oscar, 93, 95 Sipes, Walter Edwin. 344 Sison, Alan Earl, 316 Siverio. Ralph, 243 Skates, John R., 97 Skelton, Danny DeLoy, 205, 344 Skelton, Richard Wayne, 316 Skinner, Edna, 154, 178, 179 Skinner, Elver George, 128, 361 Skrmetta. Marilyn, 62, 73, 103, 121, 124, 132, 154, 181, 316 Skrwich, Danny, 124 Skrnich, Deborah Antonia, 344 Sykes, Sue Ann, 183 Slade, Celita, 344 Slater, Charles Thomas, 316 Slater, Tommy, 119 Slaughter, Ronald Wesley, 361 Slgglghter, William Thomas, 127, 128. 1 Slay, Marsha Charmaine, 361 Scott, Susan, 108 Scott, Thomas L., 202, 203 Scruggs, Robert Earl, 361 Scruggs, Sharon Lynn, 100, 114 SS-Hgroves, Donna Leigh, 378 Seal, Gwen Warren, 315 Seale, Kay, 191 Searcy, Linda Elizabeth, 373 Selllmger, L. Robert, 199 Selcox, Gene, 194 Sellers. Jo Ann, 156 Sellers, Julie, 187. 258 Sellier, Dana Leigh, 92, 361 Selton, Peter Chris, 378 Slay, Mary Jane, 344 Slayto n, William Erskine, 361 Sligcr. Mary Lou. 344 Smalli ng, Robin, 191 Smelcer, Harold Roscoe, 344 Smerz, Dennis Roy, 316 Smith, Alvin Lake, 120, 344 Smith, Beverly G., 344 Smith, Bill, 127 Smith, Brenda Elaine, 179, 378 Smith Smith Smith Smith Cammie 187 I Candace: 192, 193. 344 . Carol Ann, 258 . Carolyn Kay. 344 Sommers, Ronee Camile, 185 Songley, Ronald Lee, 316 Sosebee, Peggy Ruth, 379 Sowell, Robert Malcolm, 197 Spackman, Clifton Arthur, 362 Spann, B. Rebecca, 290 Spann, Charlotte Elizabeth, 379 Spann, William H., 317 Sparks, Steven Reed, 205, 279 Speairs, Florence Ann, 344 Spearance, Ronald James, 362 Spears, Ray, 122 Speed. Cynthia, 121, 317 Speights, Betty Lou, 379 Spell, Cora LaVerne, 379 Spence, Harold Watson. 362 Spence, Janice Ann, 379 Spencer, Astrid, 184, 185, 317 Spencer, David Wayne, 344 Spencer. Linda Ann, 317 Spiers, Durant Ross, 344 Spinks, Howard G., 344 Spinks, Theresa Ramona, 379 Spitchely. Drenda, 70, 76, 114, 164, 189 Spurlock. Sylvia Karen, 317 Staggs, James E., 317 Stahler Ann 94 129 1 1 . . . , 86, 87, 345 Stahler. Sharon Lee, 187, 379 Stafford, Roger Haravey, 205 Stainken, William August Frank, 203. 344 Stamps, William Craig, 379 Standifer, Margaret Ann, 345 Stanford, Elizabeth Madella, 193, 345 Stange. F. Charlie. 97, 199, 362 Stanway, Bill. 148 Stanley. Rachel Carol. 362 Stanley, Robert Lee, 96. 345 Stanley. Yelanda Len, 258, 379 Stanway, William Robert, 290 Staples, Mary Judith, 117, 345 Stauss, Lilli Marie, 92, 362 Stauss, Rhea. 134 Stauter. Paul Louis. 362 Stelle, Robert F., 95. 97, 123. 132. 152 390 Stoufer. Jane Rose, 362 e Stow, N al Harvey, 108, 345 Strahan, Mary Ann, 89, 96, 129, 317 Strahan, Ina Jo, 179, 345 Strahan, Mary Ann, 85 Strange, Frederick, 93 Strange Thomas Wayne, 362 Stratakos, Francis P., 203 Stratton, Judy, 121 Strebeck, Nancy Ruth, 290 Street, Linda Irene, 345. 379 Strickland, Albert Leslie, 345 Strickland, Brenda Loraine, 345 Strickland, Gloria Annette, 345 Stringer, Diane. 99 Stringer, Glenda Diane, 379 Stringer Stringer , Jesse LaRay. 362 , Judith Elizabeth, 317 Stringer, Marilyn Sue, 379 Stringer Stringer Strong, Strong. Stroud. , Michael, 362 , S. Deane, 317 Cheryl Jean, 379 Cynthia Vonceil, 379 Roland Ray. 317 Stuart, Faye Veronica, 317 Leroy J., 345 Stubblefield, Mary LaNelle, 114, 317 Stubbs, Joyce Elaine, 317 Stubbs, Pam, 114. 188, 189, 317 Stumbaugh, Joan, 362 Sturm, Charlotte, 317 Sturrup. Margy Ann, 317 Stutts, Stephen Christian. 179, 379 Sugg, Joyce Meredith, 379 Sullivan, Ann Martin, 317 Sullivan. Fran, 57, 69, 74, 76, 117, 127 154, 168, 181, 350, 362 Sullivan, Margaret Katherine, 379 Sullivan. Ronald Duane, 345 Sullivan, Walter, 124, 164 Summerlin, Deborah Ann, 189 Sumrall. Allen Dale, 317 Sumrall, Larry Nelson, 362 Sumrall, Peggy Dianne, 379 Sumrall. Rebecca Lynn, 345 Sun, Jann King, 290 Surace, Richard, 230 Sutherland, Katherine, 129. 152, 181. 322, 345 Sutherlin, Charlotte, 379 Sutton, Jimmy, 164, 205 Swan, James Randolph, 201, 345 Swan, Randy, 200 Sweeney, Cynthia Louise, 362 Sweeny. Deborah Elaine, 345 Sweept, Mary Batton, 318 Swentek, Darlene Anne, 345 Swetmna, Chevis C., 208, 209 Swetman, Terry Jane, 379 Swett, Jane Liddell, 318 Sweinney. Deborah Elaine, 345 Switzer, Jerry W., 345 Switzer, John Robert, 379 Swontek, Anne Darlene, 345 Sykes. Johnny O., 197 Sykes, Mary Anne, 362 Sykes, Sue Ann, 379 T Taber, Barry L., 195 Tabor, Jesse Arthur, 318 Tabor, Louise Martha, 379 Tackett, Sherryl Lynn, 345 Tagg, Robert Loren, 132, 362 Taggard, Roy Dwight, 318 Talbert, Brenda, 76, 108, 165, 258, Talbot, Harold Edward, 318 Tallant, Janice Beth, 345 Tannehill, Donald, 100 Tanner, Brenda Kay, 379 Tanner, Pam, 152, 345 Tanner, Raymond, 254, 379 Taranto, Janey Catherine, 345 Tarazanin, Ann, 89, 121 Targason, Kathleen, 121 Tarleton, Sandra Faye, 318 Tate, James Edgar, 205 Tatum, Craig Kimball, 195 Tatum, James Edward, 201, 345 Tatum, Patricia Ann. 345 Taylor, Audley, 202, 203. 318 Taylor, Elizabeth Ann, 379 Taylor, Gloria, 98 Taylor, Greg, 127 Taylor, Janice F., 345 Taylor, Lamar Roberts, 197, 362 Taylor, Linda Ruth, 187 Taylor, Lynn, 126 Taylor, Mark Katherine, 345 Taylor, Remal Dorothy. 345 Taylor, Shelia Pritchard, 85 Taylor, Susan Regina, 179, 318 Taylor, Suzanne Lynn, 379 Taylor, Thomas Henry, 362 Taylor, Wayne Carl, 290 Taylor, Willia Sanford, 199 Taylor, William I., 379 Taylor, William Earle, 345 Taylor, William Harry, 345 Teaster Llo d Binford 205, 362 . Y , Tedford, David P., 345 Temple, William Jimmy, 318 Tepe, Nancy Joanne, 379 Terkeurst, Robert Dennis, 362 Terrell, Dorothy Ann, 128, 345 Terrell, Sybil Patricia, 318 Terry. Willis, 124 Testman, T. J., 177, 206, 207, 318 Tew, Dwight Kimbal, 345 Tewis, Barry W., 290 Tews, Mary Kate, 137 Tews, Thomas, 137 Thames, Baron W., 119 Tharp, Jerry, 91, 95, 118, 163, 168, Thaxton, Ronnie Earl, 318 Thead, Susan Gretchen, 379 Thiedel, Theriot, Marsha, 258 Lisa, Friedericka. 380 Thomas, Arnold Elias, 230, 380 Thomas, Charles S., 290 Thomas, David Allen, 380 Thomas, Hal Lester, 345 Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas: Thomas, . Harry, 129 , Ivan Leroy, 345 , James Earl, 127, 345 , James Sidney, 380 .John, 118, 204 . John Madison, 205, 345 . John Stephan, 318 , Judy Dale, 346 . Lona B., 362 , Marion Clair, 362 . Mary Irene. 362 , Noma Ellen, 346 Ollie Darlene, 380 Seamon C., 126, 318 Virginia Marjorie, 362 Thompkins, Stephanie Ann, 380 Thompson Frances Glywn 346 Thompson: Georgia L., 362, Thompson, Hugh Alfred, 197 Thompson, Jayne. 185, 362, 380 Thompson, JoAnne, 380 Thompson, Patricia Ann, 362 Thompson, Richard, 97 Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson Thoms, Robert C., 199 Robert Kenneth, 346 John Willis, 318 Vivian Ann, 362 . Vivian, 92 David, 108 Thomsen, Jeffrey D., 362 Torley, Thorne, Thornel Wade Rudolph, 380 William Henry, 362 l, Jane Sylvia, 346 Thornell, Rosemary, 346 Thornton, Aldon Wayne, 318 Thornton, George Warren, 346 Thornton, James C., 346 Thornton, James, 97 Thornton, Rudy Nell, 318 'I'hornton, Thorp, Arthur, 94, 95, 318 T'hrash, Tommy Douglas, 119, James William, 93, 380 Thrasher, Beth, 258, 318 Tibbett, Eugene Theodore, 346 Tibbetts, Arthur lVDorris, 203 Tillery, Tillery, Harry Neal, 346 Tommie Jean, 346 Tilley, Richard Howard, 93, 201, 3 Tillman. John L., 380 Timmons, William M., 346 Tingle. Ross F., 346 Tlnnin, John, 95 Tinsley, James Robinson, 197, 290 Tlrello, Geno, 362 Tolar, Austin William, 346 Tolar, Donald Wayne, 346 318 379 8 Tolbert, Larry- 224, 226 Tolleson, Larry Joe, 346 Tolley, Jack, 194 Toney, Mary Ann, 380 Tolle, Terry D., 380 Topp, Betty Loraine, 121, 346 Topp, Clifton Ray, 158, 346 Torrence, Carroll Louise, 380 Touchstone, Robert, 118 Towler. Patricia Alice, 318 Townsend, Jane Elizabeth, 124, 318 Towsend, Deborah Lynn, 362 Towsend, Donald Gene, 362 Towsend, Richard, 362 Tracy, Norbert E., 318 Trask, Beverly, 258, 259, 362 Trautman, James Albert, 346 Vaughn, Vaughn Linda Carol, 185, 380 Rayford B., 95, 347 Vaughn: sara Elizabeth, 363 Vaughn, Vaughn, Vicki Amanda, 347 Wiley Neal, 199 Vcderennc, Edwin Albert, 363 Watts, Cynthia Kay, 347 Watts, Thomas Parrish, 380 Waycaster, Linda, 188, 189 Weathers, Richard Wayne. 320 Weathers, William Latham, 195 Weaver, Annette, 320 Velazlo, Anenor, 363 Veshia, Vasil Nicholas, 319 Vlaming, Michael Alan, 347 Viator, Donny Paul, 319 Viator, Helen Purvis, 347 Vice, Jack, 152, 347 Vieira, Joe L., 347 Vickery, Glen Burke, 363 Villarain, Jorge Luis, 380 Vincent, Frank Stanley, 199 Vincent, James Lewis, 305, 380 Weaver. Elizabeth June, 320 Weaver, Sarah L., 121 Webb Bobby 224, 227, 248 Webb: Byroh'Lymi, 126, 187. Webb, Larry Eugene, 380 Webb, Martha Jane, 380 Webb, Thomas Hilton, 363 Webb, Thomas Lowry, 197 Webb, Wanda Susan, 380 Webber, Rell Malcolm, 381 Weber, James Raymond, 347 Webster, Katherine Lynn, 347 Trautmar, Stewart Emery, 346 Trautman, Stewart, 124 Travis, David Floyd, 318 Traweek, Douglas Allen, 318 Traylor, Kenneth Harlon, 105, 346 Treat. Trest, Richard Leowen, 380 James William, 105, 108, 318 Trigg, Don LaRoy. 318 Trigg, Edward, 197 Trigg, Marsha, 137 Trigg, Tom Keaton, 201, 346 Trocke, Harold Gregory, 318 Trillo, Gene, 117 Tripp, Linda Bentley, 290 Trochesset, Jay, 362 Trone, Elbert, 222, 248 Trostle, Mary Patricia, 380 Troutman. James Albert. 346 Troxler, Jenny Anne, 380 True, James Robert, 127, 363 Truhett, Patricia, 96 Trussell, James Alexander, 46 Trusty, Danny M., 346 Vincent, Robert P., 199, 347 Vincent, Willia Thomas, 363 Vinson, Vinson, Dorothea M., 319 Fred C., 390, 319 Vinzant, Kenneth Michael, 319 Virden, Vixe, B Ronny Baukston, 177, 203 everly. 347 Vital, Daniel Ernest, 347 Vitrano, Johnny Henry, 363 Vix, Keary Henry, 177, 199 Voss, Philip, 127, 177, 198, 199, 347 W Wade, George Newton, 380 Wade, Jack Clayborne, 115, 319 Wade, Janet Leigh, 363 Wade, Wayne, 124 Wages. Richard Arthur, 158, 319 Waggener, Sherrie, 181 Wagner, Douglas E., 363 Waite. Dave, 158 Waite, Tippie Rae, 183 Wechs, J. John, 164. 320 Wedgeworth, Johnnie Faye, 320 Weeks, Ernest Stephens, 381 Weeks, Thomas Charles, 347 Weems, Robert Hoover, Jr., 381 Wehmann, Arthus H., 164, 320 Weidman, Donna Fay, 347 Weidman, Stanley Edward, 347 Weidman. Wanda Kay, 347 Weigle, Sandy E., 114, 320 Weilepp. Suzanne Elizabeth, 381 Wein, Barbara, 124 Weiskopf, Ann Sally, 381 Weiss, Barbara Ellen, 124, 179, 320 Weissmiller, Thomas Jay, 381 Welboorn. David Earl, 320 Welborn, D. Michael, 363 Welborn, Julia, 124 Welborn, Marianna, 347 Welch, Barbara Dale, 347 Welch, Betty Victoria, 381 Welch, Lawrence Michael, 347 Tucker, Helen Sue, 120, 346 Tucker, Susan Linda, 380 Tucker, Toni, 148, 318 Tuggle, Joe, 230 Tull, Joseph Anthony, 346 Tull, Nelson P., 380 Tulleson, Joe, 152 Tullos, Burney Faye, 318 Tullos, Dennis Sylvester, 346 Tullos, Judy Crecell, 380 Tumey, Robert S., 319 Tuminello, Mary Frances, 346 Tunia, John Albert, 319 Turner, Douglas D., 319 Turnage, Sherry A., 346 Walchak, Suanne Mary, 363 Waldrop, Charles Eugene, 118, 152, 3 Waldrop, Gene William, 319 288 Turner Bonnie Faye, 185, 363 Turner Carlton Edgar, 73, 128, 290 Turner Gary. 177, 203, 254 Turner Harold Lynn, 319 Turner, Homer Bryant, 346 Turner, Jay Arthur, 346 Turner Turner Turner Jeanne, 97 Jenna Sue, 191, 380 Joanne, 319 Turner Jo Evelyn, 319 Tuzrner John, 72. 86, 96, 97, 102, 104, 11 Turner, Willard Cully, 346 Turner, Wm. Beall, 380 Tumipseed, Jorja, 100 Turpin, George Stephens, 203, 380 Turpin, Harry R., 118, 319 Tutterow, Patricia A., 346 Twibell, Mike W., 346 Twilley. G. Nordine, 124, 346 Tyler, Rogers Orel, 363 Tyner. Glenn Carroll, 380 Tyvoll, Roxanne, 92, 363 Tyvoll, John, 87, 96 U Ugelini, Gerald. 132, 363 Ulmer. James William, 346 Umbert, Enrique, 243, 363 Underwood, Jean Ellen, 380 Upchurch, Mary Evelyn, 346 Upchurch, Peggy Ann. 346 Upton, Donna Claire, 211, 319 Upton, Neld K., 346 Upton, Nelta Ann, 363 Usher, Leslie, 346 Usry, Julie Carol, 380 Utz, Jane M., 179, 363 Uzzle, Mary Leona, 363 Uzzle, Susie, 108 Vail, V Mary Kay, 319 Valentine, Sherry Judith, 319 Van Van Van Van Devender, Joh Archie, 319 Egmond, Richard N., 346 Landingham, Philis Ree, 180, 319 Landingham, Sandra, 92 Vann, Anna Marie, 380 Vann, John Wayne, 363 Vann, Thad, 95, 163, 199 Van Wick, Martin Anthony, 380 Varga, Kay Frances, 346 Varnado, Emily Anne, 319 Varnado, Glen 122, 158, 319 Varnell, Charlene, 346 Vassar, Vicki Virginia, 380 Vaughan, James Wayne, 319 Vallgher, Neal, 124 Vaughn, Donald Mahlan, 346 Waldon, Ellie Hugh, 363 Walker, Alice Jane, 347 Walker, Anne M., 347 Walker, Brenda Kay. 363 Walker Chloe Ford 108, 120 Walker: David Rankin, 347 Walker. Douglas L., 158, 347 Walker, George D., 363 Walker, Glenn Edward, 319 Walker, Walker, Walker Jerry Len, 319 Kaye, 126 Kenneth Lee Walker: Laura Sharon. 380 Walker, Lee Vivian, 347 Walker, Walker. Walker, Walker, Mike, 199 Milton Lewis, 347 Pamela, 93, 185 Patricia Deoer, 380 Walker, Sheldia Marie, 363 Walker, Susan Joy, 181, 380 Walker, William E., 347 Wall, Donald Leroy, 319 Wall, Joe, 254 Wall, Johnny Mac, 347 Wallace, William Bradford, 363 Waller, Deatra, 92 Waller, Frank, 128 Waller, Nancy Gale, 124, 191, 347 Waller, William Lamar, 363 Walley, Diane, 347 Walley, Lynda Kay, 120, 290 Wallis, Margaret Lanette, 363 Wallis, Thomas Michael, 347 Walls, Patricia Lynn, 347 Walsh, John Kevin, 380 Walters, Carolyn Edelle, 347 Walters, Garey Dale, 319 Walters, Jake Thomas, 319 Walters, Lynn, 132 Walters, Walters, Walters, Walters Sarah Irene, 193. 380 Sheila Ann, 347 Shirley Margaret, 189, Wayne Billy 347 347 Waltmah, Billy T., 34? Waltman, Jerry Nelson, 205 Walton, Walton Hugo William, 120, 209, 319 Thomas E wa , d rd, 195 Wakestein, Gary, 205 Waner, Jim Harry, 203 Wansley, Iva Lynn, 380 Warblngton, George Uritaton, 347 Ward, Annette Irene, 363 Ward, Jack Douglas, 116, 319 Ward, Patricia Glynn, 380 Ward, Richard Deen, 363 Ward, William Augustus, 205, 320 Ware, Danny Joe, 363 Ware, J Ware oseph Patrick, 116, 320 Mildred Adele 181 363 wal-ol Vicki Lynn, lie, 185. 380 Waren, Eleanor Rose, 183, 380 Warnock, Janie Lee, 380 Warren Barry Ann, 380 Warren. Charlotte Ann, 187, 347 Warren, Debby. 126 Warren, Deborah Lynn, 187, 380 Warren. Kay Sharron, 320 Warren. Warren, Marilyn Vivian, 380 Richard Grady, 347 Warren, Sara Kathryn, 187, 380 Warrick, Shirley Melinda, 183, 320 Watkins, Dianne Alaine, 380 Watkins, Susan Jo, 320 Watson, Ramon Karel, 363 Watson, 391 Sarah B., 347 Welch, Linda Carol, 99, 320 Weldon. Robert Michael, 363 Wgllgord, Eddie Katherine, 190, 191 Welford, Joseph P., 363 Welford, Linda O., 120, 347 Welford, Robert, 94 Welford, Sarah Kathleen, 348 Wellman, Ferrell P., 363 Wells Alison Kathleen 320 Wells: Charles Michael: 320 Wells, Donald Hugh, 348 Wells, Frances Carol, 381 Wells. Robert, 248 Wells, Roblyn Lee, 189, 320 Wells, Sarah Ella, 320 Wells, Teena, 381 Wells, Thomas Arnold, 381 Wells, Thomas Christopher, 205 Wells, William B., 124, 384 Wgggworth, Carol Hart, 89, 100, 181 Wentw orth, Joan E., 121, 320 West, Andy M., 116, 320 West, Gray Styron, Jr., 207 West, Nancie Jo, 381 Wester Westm n, Ellen Suzanne, 381 oreland. Steve, 381 Whalen, Rosann Elizabeth, 137. 320 Wharton, Joiee Ann Wharton, Phillip Duane, 384 Wheat, Francis Byrne, 205 Wheat, Frankie, 177, 211 Wheat. Peggy Rebecca, 71, 187, 258 365, 381 Wheeler, David, 117 Wheller, Paul D., 164, 168 Wg156SlOH9, Carol Ann, 96, 192, 193 Whidden, Alee, 86, 97 Whitake, Jesse, 124 Whitaker, Dorothy Jean, 320 Whitaker, John Edward, 320 Whitaker, Robert, 124 Whitaker, Robin Allison, 381 White, Ann, 152 White, Betty Ann, 114, 320 White, Carol Ann. 98, 193. 384 White, Cathy Helene, 193, 363 White, Clinton DeVera, 320 White, Curtis Carroll, 148, 320 White, David Oscar, 363 White, Diane, 258 White, Eddie. 230 White, Elmer Ellsworth, 381 White, Elton, L.. 363 White, John Movers, 230, 381 White, Judy C., 348 White. Karen Eugenia, 258, 381 White, Lee Sandra, 384 White, Lydia Elise, 179 White, Mary Frances, 320 White, Mary Louise, 363 White. Pamela Gayle, 363 White, Richard, 127 White, Roberta Annett, 363 White. Ronnie Earl, 381 White, Robert J., 320 White. Sidney, 152 Whitehead, Johnny Kurtz, 197 Whittie ld, Ronald Ray, 209 Whitley. Elton Faulkner. 384 Whitemarsh, Linda Carol, 348 Whitemore, Sandra Jean, 363 Whittaker, Dianne, 363 Whitten. William Owen, 290 Whittington, Jesse E., 320 Whittington, Phyllis Ann, 348 Whittington, Sharon Kay, 348 Whittington, Warren, 195 Wicker, Barbara Sue, 348 Wickey, Edwin James, 115, 321 Wickliffe, Thomas Nash, 87, 195, 348 Widdon, Gerald Taylor, 384 Wiegle, Sandy E.. 179 Wiggins, Jackie Harold, 348 Wiggins, Robert Gerald, 348 Wigga, Sandra Kaue, 363 Wigington, William Gerald, 321 Wilder, Lynn Harold, 158, 348 Wilgar, Cheryl Dianne, 92, 183, 136. 348 Wilhite, Harriet Ann, 187 Wilhite, Patricia Dianne, 126, 187, 348 Wilkes, Linda Susan, 363 Wilkes, Prisilla Elaine, 122. 381 Wilkes, Sonja Carol, 124, 183, 348 Wilkins, Catherine Ruth, 381 Wilkins, Lynda Elizabeth, 381 Wilkinson, Billy Gayle, 321 Wilkinson, Glynda Carol, 381 Williams, Ann Virginia, 348 Williams, Bill R., 124, 348 Williams, Bobby Eugene, 348 Williams, Bragg, 203 Williams, Butch Elbert, 203, 254 Williams, Cain Elbert, 348 Williams, Charles, 124 Williams, D. D., 99 Williams, Frank H., 381 Williams, Georgia Anna, 348 Williams, Jack G., 195 Williams, Jacqueline Mae, 348 Williams, James Alexander, 151, 321 Williams, James Barlow, 381 Williams, Jan Ann, 76, 164, 191, 348 Williams, Janis Carol, 381 Williams, Jerry Bill, 321 Williams, Joan Aleane, 348 Williams, Joe Arel, 381 Toclay .... Williams, Joel Allen, 163, 363 Williams, John Elvin, 209 Williams, Keith Ronald, 348 Williams, Margaret Louise, 363 Williams, Martha Lynn, 381 Williams, Mary Ann. 321 Williams, Mary Elaine, 348 Williams, Mike, 128 Williams, Morris Clair, 203 Williams, Paul E., 168 Williams v T rner 21 , Ra, u , 3 W'illiams, Robert Nelson, 257, 348 Williams, Russ, 97 Williams, Ruth Ann, 179. 321 Williams, Sandra Kay, 185, 363 Williams, Shirley Jeanne, 121, 348 Williams, Virginia Ann, 114, 120 Williams, William Andrea, 321 Williams, Winnie Penny, 348 Williamson, Cheryl, 121, 321 Williamson, Dudley, 230 Williamson. James R., 87, 97, 207, 290 Williamson, Janis, 363 Williamson. Jimmy. 288 Williamson, Judy Kathryn, 363 Williamson, Larry, 200 Willis. Willis. Willis, Willis. Willis. Frank Joseph, 381 Margaret Ann, 321 Philip Farrel, 348 Ron, 132 Sharon Marie, 381 Willoughby, Celeste, 348 Willoughby, Cyndi Dorothy. 258, 381 VVilson, Betty, 191 Wilson, Brenda Lou, 90, 99, 100, 103. 121, 181, 321 Wilson, Charles Thomas, 363 Wilson Donald Dennis, Jr., 290 Wilson Donnie Parks, 381 Wilson Wilson, Wilson, Eugene Clifford, 348 Glenn Lewis, 209 Joan Elaine, 122, 381 Someone will launch a roclcetj or eat a hot clogg or smoke a cigar, OR Wilson, Martha Ann, 321 Wilson, Roberta Kay, 348 Wilson, Sandy. 258 Wiltshire, Jane, 381 Wimberly, Paul Franklin, 118, 205. 321 Wimberly, Paul Franklin, 118, 205, 321 Windham, Carolyn Joyce, 321 Windham, Karen Louise, 321 Windham, Kaye Brynda, 348 Windham, Linda Jean, 363 Windham Rodne Ellis 108 203, 248 . y . . 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