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The State has said that only 
Free Men shall be Educated, r=^ 

But God hath said only — 

Educated Men shall be Free. 













Broom 



Lady Jane Castle, Editor 
Betty Lane Andrews, Associate Editor 
Bobby Moore, Business Manager 
Peggie Gentry, Art Editor 



ADMINISTRATION 
AND FACULTY 





FEATliRES 

AND SPECIAL EVENTS 



SPORTS 




ORGANIZATIONS 



ADVERTISING 




CLASSES 






WILLIAM F. LAFURGL. Ph.D. 



Head of the Division of Social Science 

Professor of History 

Representative of the Fulbright Fellowship Program 

Director of the Recognition Program of superior students 

Chairman of the Steering Committee of the Self-Studv Program 

Faculty Advisor to the Newman Club 

B.A., M.A. University of New Hampshire; Ph.D. University of North Carolina 




THE HONORABLE ROSS BARNETT 

Governor of Mississippi 



BDARD OF TRUSTEES 

of the Institutions of Higher Learning of the State of Mississippi 

By constitutional amendment, the government of Delta State College 
and of the other institutions of higher learning of the State of Missis- 
sippi is vested in a Board of Trustees appointed by the Governor with 
the advice and consent of the Senate. The twelve members of this 
Board are appointed to terms of twelve years, in groups of four each 
four years of whom one is appointed from each of the old seven Con- 
gressional Districts, one from each of the three Supreme Court Dis- 
tricts, and two from the State-at-large. There are no ex officio members. 
The Board of Trustees selects officers from its membership and ap- 
points the Executive Head of Delta State College. 

MEMBERS WHOSE TERMS EXPIRE MAY 7, 1972 
E. Ray Izard, Hazlehurst, Southern Supreme Court District 
Ira L. Morgan, Oxford, State-at-large 

M. M. Roberts, Hattiesburg, Sixth Congressional District 
W. 0. Stone, Jackson, Central Supreme Court District 

MEMBERS WHOSE TERMS EXPIRE MAY 7, 1968 
S. R. Evans, Greenwood, State-at-large 

Dr. Verner S. Holmes, McComb, Seventh Congressional District 
J. N. Lipscomb, Macon, First Congressional District 
Tally D. Riddell, Quitman, Fifth Congressional District 

MEMBERS WHOSE TERMS EXPIRE MAY 7, 1964 
Harry Gordon Carpenter, Rolling Fork, Third Congressional District 
Charles Dickson Fair, Louisville, Fourth Congressional District 
Robert Bruce Smith, II, Ripley, Second Congressional District 
Thomas Jefferson Tube, West Point, Northern Supreme Court District 



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President, Charles Dickson Fair 

Vice-President, Thomas Jefferson Tubb 

Executive Secretary, Euclid Ray Jobe 
1007 Woolfolk State Office Building 
Jackson, Mississippi 



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Who faithfully served Delta State College 
Thirty-three years (1928-1961) 



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Memoriam 




MISS GRACE GAW 



Who faithtullv served Delta State College 
Thirty-three years (1928-1961) 





PRESIDENT AND MRS. JAMES M. EWING 





DR. JAMES H. McLENDON 
DEAN OF THE COLLEGE 



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MAC G. McRANEY 
Registrar 



H. L. NOWELL 
Dean of Men 



HUGH SMITH 

Financial Secretary and 

Business Manager 



NELL LAWLER ^ 

Dean of Women 



RAYMOND WRIGHT 

Chief Accountant 



ROBERT SIMONTON 
Directory of Publicity 





CLADVS ('.. CASTLE 
Sccrclan to Dean of Colic; 



MARINE COLE 

Secretar)', 

Office of Financial Secretary 




REV. JIMMY BRELAND 
B.S.LI. Director 



REV. ELLIS TUCKER 
Wesley Foundation Director 






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ALICE TURNER 
Assistant to the Registrar 





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Secretary to the President 



JULIA ANNE JOHNSON 
Clerk in Office of Registrar 





ROCHELLE GREENE 

Secretary. Admissions and Placement 




JIMMIE GARNER 
Recorder-Secretary 




JOHN GIBSON 



JOHN YL RKOW 



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Division 

of 
Business 

and 
Economics 



ARTHUR GIFFORD 




JOHN U HITE \ALENTINE 



WILLIAM P. NEAL 



BETTY" DONALD 



IRA C. CASTLES 





ELEANOR WALTERS 



WILSON DAVIS 



RAY WILSON 



Mathematics 



J. S. WHITE 



ROBERT GREENE 




Division of 
Science 




ROBERT CARLTON 






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HENRY G. LUTRICK 





RALPH HITT 



MARIA BUTLER 



Language 



BEULAH HESTER LEWIS 




Literature 



Home Economics 

VELMA HAMILTON 



ALLENE McCORMICK 

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HUGH KEENAN 




ROBERT BO\^'MA.N 



Art 

MAXINE HOLCOMBE 





BILL LaFORGE 



Division of Social Science 



TIP ALLEN 



MARY WIGGINS 



IRBY C. ELLIS 



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GEORGE MUNS 



BERTRAN DAVIS 



RALPH FRANKLIN 



Department of Music and Fine Arts 



THOMAS TEDFORD 



DONNA McHENR^ 



NELL WYNN 



LEONEL KAHN 





Department of Speech 
and Dramatics 






MARY JEFFREY 



ELIZABETH FLOYD 



OPAL COLLINS 






RUBY CLARK 



NAOMI WILLIAMS 



VINA BELLE LIDDELL 




CATHKUN UANTZLER 



Dormitory Hostesses 



MARTHA BEAUCHAMP 
Diptilian 



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B. F. SIBLEY 

Assistant Cafeteria Manager 






A. L. YOUNG 
Professor Emeritus 



A. D. GORDON 

Assistant Professor of 
Philosophy and History 



W. M. KETHLEY 
President Emeritus 





DAVE "BOO" FERRISS 

Athletic Director 

and 

Assistant to the President 



Our Coaching Staff 



HORACE McCOOL 
Head Football Coach 




JOHN RICKS 
Basketball 



JEFF WYATT 
Golf, and Head, 
P. E. Department 



GENE CHADWICK 
Tennis and Football 




MISS MARGARET WADE 

Assistant Professor 

of Physical Education 




MISS MARGARET LAWSON 

Instructor in Health, 

Physical Education and Recreation 





Roberts Memorial Library Staff 

Miss Elizabeth Dakin. Mrs. Vitha Tucker. Miss Mabel Brister, Miss 
Elanor Harkins. Librarian 




Mr,'^. Jonell Valentin 



Medical and Infirmary Staff 



Dr. Wm. D. Jitzgerald 
Dr. Oscar E. Ringold 
Dr. Phil Nelson 



Mrs. Elizabeth A. Murray 
Mrs. Macy Jo Wright 






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Senior Class Officers 




REBA LEIGH 
JACKIE CROCKER 
BETTYE BRANCH 



BOBBY MOORE 
SARA BROWNING 
TERENCE GOODBREAD 



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SALLY ADAMS Charleston 

B.S.E. (Etem. Ed.) 

Transfer, Wood Jr. College: Delta 
Belles 3, 4; Wesley 3, 4; A.C.E. 3, 4; 
Class Favorite 





MACK ALFORD Itta Bena 

B.S. (Acct.) 

Honor Council 2; Commerce Guide, 
President 3 



JIMMY ALEXANDER 
B.S.E. fPhys. Ed.) 

Football 3. 4 



Kosciusko 





JAMES MURRY ALFORD Vaiden 
B.S. (Acct.) 

Transfer. Holmes Jr. College 



LYNDRA ALLISON Charleston 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer. Northwest Jr. College; 
A.C.E. 






JONNY ANTOLENE Beulah 



GEORGE ANDERSON 
B.S. (Acd.) 



Inverness 



LARRY ARRINGTON 

B.S.E. (Soc. Science) 

"M" Club 3. 4; Football 1, 2 




NORA ASHCRAFT New Albany 

B.S.E. (Soc. Science) 

Transfer. Blue Mountain; Band 3, 4; 
Delta Playhouse 3. 4 





LAZETTE ASHLEY 
B.S.E. (Phys. Ed.) 

Transfer Northeast Jr.; W.A.A. 3, 4 
President 4: Phys. Ed. Majors Club 



GEORGE CURTIS AUST Itta Bena 
B.S. (Bus. Adm.l 

Transfer. Sunflower Jr. 








GLENN C. BAILEY 
/ B.S. (Bus.) 



Greenville 



JOHN ROBERT BAKER 

Philadelphia 
B.A. (English) 

Transfer. I^st Central Jr.; Delta Play- 
house 3. 4. President: A.P.O. 4. Busi- 
ness Manager; Faculty Scholar 3, 4. 




JOHN E. AYCOCK Crenshaw 

B.M.E. 

Transfer. Northwest Jr.: B.S.W.; 
M.E.N.C: Phi Mu Alpha: Vet's Club; 
Band: Delta Singers 



CAROLYN BALL Biloxi 

B.M.E. 

Transfer. Perkinston Jr.; Delta Sing- 
ers 3. 4: Tour Choir 4: Deltones 3; 
M.E.N.C. Secretary 4; B.S.U. 3, 4; 
Miss Delta 4 





TOM BARRENTINE CarroUton 

B.S. (Mathematics) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College; Foot- 
ball 3, 4; "M" Club 3, 4; Delta Play 
house 3. 4: Wesley. Worship Chair- 
man 3. President 4: Vice-President 
Senior Class: Interfaith Council, Vice- 
President 4 




DAVID BELFORD Elizabeth, N. J. 
B.S.E. (Physical Education) 

Basketball 1. 2, 3; "M" Club L 2, 3, 4 



STEPHEN BRAZDOVIC 

Dunellen, N. J. 
B.S. 




BEN A. BOGY 

B.S. (Accounting) 



Rosedale 





WILLIAM H. BOWIE Lexington 

B.S. (Biology) 

Miss Delta, Photographer, Public Re- 
lations 



ELLEiN .MOORE BOYD Cleveland 
B.A. (English I 

BROOM Staff. An Editor 3; Omega 
Phi 'A. I 






BILLY DAVID BOWMAN Ackerman 
B.S. 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College; Football 
3, 4 



JOHNA RUTH BOYD Walnut 

B.S.E. (Home Economics) 

Transfer, M.S.C.W.; Delta Belles 3; 
Faculty Scholars 3, 4; Delhecons 3, 
Vice-President 4; Omega Phi 3, Secre- 
tary 4; Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary 4 



IRIS BAGLEY BRANTLEY 

Hollandale 
B.M.E. 

Deltones 1: Delta Singers L 2; 
BROOM Staff 2: Women's Honor 
Council 2; "Miss Delta" 2, 3; Faculty 
Scholais 3, 4 



BETTYE NELL BRANCH Goodman 
B.S.E. (Elementary Education) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College; Omega 
Phi 3, 4; BROOM Staff 3, 4; Class 
Secretary 4; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities; Wesley 3, 
4; A.C.E. 3, 4 







NORA RUTH BROOKS Vaiden 

B.S.E. (Elementary Education) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College; B.S.U. 
3, President 4; A.C.E. 3, 4; Y.W.A. 
3, 4 



JULIE BROOKHART Lula 

B.A. (Piano) 

Delta Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Deltones 1, 
2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, President 4; 
Wesley 1, 2; Publicity Chairman, 
Sophomore Class; Canterbury 3, 4 



SAMUEL CAROL BROUSSARD 

Schlater 
B.A. 

Newman Club, President 3; Men's 
Honor Council, President 4 



SARA JANE BROWNING Goodman 
B.S.E. (Elementary Education) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College; A.C.E. 
3. 4: Omega Phi 3. 1. Secretary 4; 
Class Treasurer 4 






BETTY LATHAM BRITT Beulah 
B.S.E. (Home Economics) 

B.S.U. 2, 3. 4; Delhecons 1, 2. Pres- 
ident 3, 4; W.A.A. 1. 2. President 3, 
4; "Miss Delta," Business Manager 3 



ROBERT D. BRUMFIELD Ruleville 
B.S.E. f Malhemalics) 

Delta Alpha Omega 2. 3, 4, President 
4: '-M" Club 2. 3. President 4: Base- 
ball 2. 4: Football 2. 3, 4; Faculty 
Scholars 3. I 





FAYE BURNS Rolling Fork 

B.S.E. (Business Education) 

Transfer. Belhaven College 



RONALD LEE CAMP Amherst. Ohio 
B.S.E. (Social Science) 

Transfer. Bowling Green State Univer- 
sity: Swimming Instructor 




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JANE BURGIN Starkville 

B.M.E. (Voice) 

Delta Singers 1. 2, 3. 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 
2, 3, Treasurer 4; Y.W.A. 3. 4; Del- 
tones L 2. 3. 4; B.S.U. L 2; Executive 
Council 1, 3, 1 ; Tour Choir 4 



MARY M. CARMICHAEL 

Friars Point 
B.A. (English) 

"Miss Delta" 1. 2. 3. 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 
Reporter 3, 4: BROOM Staff 4 






WAYNE CARSON Grenada 

B.S.E. (Soc. Sci.) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr.; Homecoming 
Court 3 



WILLIAM CARR 
B.S. (Bus. Adm.) 

Baseball 1,2: D.A.O. 2, 3 



New Albany 



RICHARD CHESTEEN Winona 

B.A. (PoUt. Sci.) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College; Men's 
Honor Council 3, 4 




FLOYD G. CLEMENTS 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer. M.S.C.W. 



Cleveland 





BARBARA CLIFTON 

B.S.E. (Home Ec.) 

Delhecons; Omega Phi 



Benoit 



IRA COATS Mendenhall 

B.S.E. (Phys.Ed.) 

Transfer. Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College; 
•'M"Club: Football 





CAROLYN COLEMAN Minter City 
B.S.E. (Home Ec.) 

Delhecons 1 



VICKY COURY Clarksdale 

B.A. (English) 

Delta Playhouse 2. 3, 4; Annual Staff 





LARRY COCKRELL Batesville 

B.S.E. (Education) 

Transfer, Northwest; Tennis 3, 4 



FRANK CRAWFORD Boyle 

B.A. (English) 

Delta Playhouse 2, 4; Dance Club 3. 
4; Debate Club 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 
3, Vice-President 4 






JACKIE CROCKER Vance 

B.A. (English) 

Transfer, Northwest Jr. College; Fac- 
ulty Scholar 3. 4; Baseball 3, 4; "M" 
Club; Class Favorite 3; Kappa Delta 
Pi 3, 4; Delta Playhouse 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities 



CHARLES CRITTENDEN Greenville 
B.S. (Accounting) 



RUBY CROCKETT 

B.S.E. (Soc. Sci.) 

Transfer. Hinds Jr. 



Jackson 



COLBERT CROWE Carthage 

B.S. (Bus.Adm.) 

Weslev I. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President; 
Organ 1.2. 3. 4 






JOHN CRUMBY 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 



Cleveland 



CLAUDETTE CURTIS Vicksburg 
B.S.E. iPhys.Ed.) 

W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4; P.E. 
Major's Club 2, 3. 4; Annual Staff 3; 
Dance Club 2: Omega Phi 3, 4 





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MARTHA DACUS Winona 

B.S.E. (Bus. Ed.) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College 



JEANETTE DAVID 
B.A. (English) 



Greenville 




BILLIE RUTH DICKERSON Isola 
B.S.E. (Bus. Ed.) 



ANN DEAKLE Lucedale 

B.M.E. (Music Ed.) 

Transfer, Perkinston Jr. College; 
Women's Honor Council 4: Delta 
Singers 3, t; Deltones 3; Tour Choir 
4; "Fabulous Four" 3; Chi Deha 3, 
4, Pledge Chairman 4; M.E.N.C. 4 







ANN SUE DIXON Vaughan 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College; Wesley 
3. 4: A.C.E. 3, President 4; Women's 
Honor Council 4; S.G.A. 4 



ARLAS DICKSON Tippo 

B.A. (Art) 

Omega Phi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Delta 
Belles 2, 3. 4; Women's Honor Coun- 
cil L 4 



ANN DOCKERY Hernando 

B.S. (Biology) 

Transfer, Mississippi College; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Beta 
Beta Beta 




MERRY LOU DUDLEY Winona 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

A.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 4; 
Delta Singers 





RUBEN DYER 
B.S.E. (Hisl-English) 

Transfer, Co-Lin 



Pinola 



LINDA EAKER New Albany 

B.S.E. (Home Ec.) 

B.S.U. 3, 4; Y.W.A. 4; Delhecons 3, 
4, Secretary 4; Faculty Scholar 3, 4 





SAMUEL ELLIS 
B.A. (English) 



Belzoni 




VIRGINIA EMMONS Newton 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

A.C.E. 3, 4; Delta Playhouse 3 



JOAN ELY Indianola 

B.S. (Education) 

Cheerleader 1, 2; Majorette \, 2, 3; 
Delta Singers 1, 2, 3; Homecoming 
Court 1, 2; A.C.E. 1, 2, 3; Class Fa- 
vorite 1 




CAROLYN FAUVER Brookhaven 
B.S.E. (Bus. Ed.) 

Transfer, CoLin: Omega Phi 



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JAMES FISACKERLY Morton 

B.S.E. (Phys. Ed.) 

"M"" Club 1; Football 1. 2; P.E. Ma- 
jors Club 1.2: Baseball 1 



FRED FERGUSON Natchez 

B.S.E. (Soc.Sci.) 

Sigma Theta Psi 4; Interfaith Council 
4; '"Miss Delta" Reporter 4 



CLINTON FLETCHER Greenville 
Pre-Dentistry 

D.A.O.. Chaplain. Pledge Master: Ten- 
nis 1: Delta Playhouse 1 




CLAUDE FLEMING 
B.S.E. 



McComb 





SHELDON FLETCHER Cleveland 
B.S. (Business) 



MARTHA FLOYD Bmmeville 

H.S.E. (Home Ec.) 

Tr;in?fer. Ncutlit-ast Jr.: DcIIumcims :'.. 
1; W.A.A. 3.4 




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B.S.E. (An) 



SHULA GARY Cleveland 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer, M.S.C.W.; Delta Belles 3; 
Annual Staff: Delta Singers; Canter- 
bury Club 




RUDOLPH FULTON Louise 

B.S. (Biology) 

Transfer, University of Mississippi 



PEGGIE GENTRY Doddsville 

B.A. (An) 

Omega Phi 3. 4. Historian 4: Annual 
Staff 4, Art Editor 4; Delta Singers 
3, 4: Deltones 3. 4; Film Selection 
Committee 3. I 





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DONALD LARRY GIVENS 

Sierra Vista, Arizona 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer, Baylor U.; B.S.U. 1, 2, 3; 
Delta Playhouse 3, 4; A.C.E. 3, Pub- 
licity Chairman 4 



ELLA GILL Tunica 

B.S.E. (Home Ec.) 

Transfer, Hinds Jr.; Delhecons 3. 4; 
Wesley 3 



TERENCE M. GOODBREAD 

Clarksdale 
B.S.E. (Social Science) 

Men's Honor Council 



HELEN CLAIRE GORDON Sledge 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Delta Singers 1; Wesley 3, 4. Record- 
ing Secretary 4; A.C.E. 2, 3, 4 






JOYCE GUNTHARP Clarksdale 

B.A. (English) 

Transfer. Miss. Delta College; Y.W.A. 
3, 4; B.S.U. 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 



NORMA HALL Sledge 

B.S.E. (Bus. Ed.) 

Transfer, Northwest Jr. College; Delta 
Singers 3: Pi Omega Pi 3. President 
4; Chi Delta 3. Parliamentarian 4 





HELEN JEAN HANCOCK 

Rolling Fork 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

A.C.E. 1. 2: Women's Honor Council 
3 



BARBARA HARPOLE Clarksdale 
B.S.E. (Bus. Ed.) 

Y.W.A. L 4: Weslev 1: W.A.A. 1 





JACK W. HALL. JR. Washington 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Delta Singers 1: Band 2: Vet's Club 
3, 4; A.C.E. 4: Canterbury Club 3. 4; 
Cavaliers 3 



JOHN HAZELIP Clarksdale 

B.S.E. (Phys. Ed.) 

Baseball 2. 4: --M" Club 4; Delta 
Playhouse 4 





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WALTER S. HELENIAK 

Dunellen. N. J. 
B.S. (Social Science) 



DAVID HEFLIN Baldwyn 

B.S.E. (English) 

Transfer, Northeast Jr. College; Cava- 
liers, Social and Publicity Chairman 
3, 4; Wesley 3, 4: Delta Playhouse 3, 
Second Vice-President 4; Band 3, 4; 
Alpha Psi Omega 4; S.G.A. Social 
Vice-President 4 



LARRY HENDERSON Bay Springs 
B.S.E. (Phys. Ed.) 

Transfer. East Central Jr. College; 
"M" Club 4; Football 3, 4 




BETH HENDRIX 
B.S.E. 

A.C.E.; Wesley 



Tunica 





NANCY LEE HIRSCH Arlington, Va. 
B.S.E. (Bus. Ed.) 



DWll) I,. HITCHEN 



St. Marvs. Ohio 



I.S.E. (I'Ins.Ed.) 





JOYCE HOOP 
B.S.E. (Elem.Ed.) 



Holcomb 



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FOSTEF? HOLLINGSWORTH 

Cleveland 
B.M.E. (Voice) 

Delta Singers 1, 2, 3, 4: Deltaires 4; 
Cheerleader 2; Delta Alpha Omega, 
Social Vice-President 3; Tour Choir 4 



WILLIAM HARTLEY Cleveland 

B.S. (Mathematics) 



JAMES HOOTEN Bragg City, Mo. 
B.S. (Bus. Adm.) 

Transfer. Northwest Jr. College; Bas- 
ketball 3: "M" Club 3. 4: Whirlwinds 
4 





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JOHN E. HOYT Manchester, N. H. 
B.S.E. (Eniilish) 



BOBBY HOWELL Kilmichael 

(Pre-Med.) 

Transfec. Arkansas A & M : Class 
Treasurer 3: Wesley. Publicity Chair- 
man 4 



MARTHA BARRON HULL Marigold 
B.A. (English) 

Literary Festival 3. 4 




DELORES ODOM HUFFMAN 

Tutwiler 
B.S.E. (Elem.Ed.) 





PAT INMAN Drew 

B.S.E. (English) 

W.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Delta 
Playhouse 4: B.S.U. L 2, 3, 4 



HODIKICK IliWIN LclanH 

B.S. I Medical Technology) 






JAMES H. JACKSON Greenwood 
B.S. (Accounting) 



JERRY JAMES 
B.S. (Business) 

Transfer, Northwest Jr. 



Clarksdale 




JAMES JACKSON Greenwood 

B.S. (Business Administration ) 

Transfer. Sunflower Jr.; "M" Club: 
Football 3. 4 



DOROTHY JEFFCOAT 

B.A. (English) 

Transfer, Sunflower Jr.: Delta Play- 
house 3, 4: Annual Staff 4 






LILLY MAE JUE 
B.S. (Bus. Adm.) 

Transfer, Hinds Jr.; Tri 



Gary 



JERALDEAN JENKINS West 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer. Holmes Jr.; A.C.E. 3, 4; 
Y.W.A. 3: Delta Singers 4 



DEAN KAMM Dunellen, N. J. 

B.S. (Chemistry) 

D.A.O.; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Faculty Schol- 
ar 3 




RAY P. KEEN Marks 

B.S.E. (Phys.Ed.) 

P.E. Majors Club: "M" Club 1, 2. 3, 

4: Football 1.2.3.4 





JAMES KELLEY 
B.S. (Business) 



Lake 



I.'* \N KIMZEY 
Transfer; Band 2. 3 



Greenville 





KENNETH KNIGHT Grenada 

B.S. (Accounting) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr.; Cavaliers 



REED T. KIMZEY 
B.S. (Mathematics) 

Golf 2, 3 



Cleveland 



EARL LATHAM Webster 

B.S. (Bus. Adm.) 

Transfer; A.P.O.: Wesley 3, 4; Delta 
Plavhouse 3. 4 




REBECCA LEGG Jackson 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer. Hinds Jr.; Chi Delta; A.C.E. 






PAT LEWIS Mattson 

B.A. (History) 

Vet's Club 2; Who's Who 3; Cavalier 
2. 3. President 3; S.G.A. 3; Vice-Pres- 
ident 3; President 4; Interfraternity 
3: Intercollegiate Council 



REBA LEIGH 
B.S.E. (Elem.Ed.) 

Delta Singers L 2. 3; Violin 3. 4; Del- 
tones L 2, 3. 4: Annual Staff 4: A.C.E. 
1, 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 4; Orchestra 
4; Omega Phi 4 



GEORGE LITTLE 
B.S. (Bus. Aim.) 



Florida 




KERMIT LITTLETON 
B.S. (Chemistry) 



Greenville 





BOB LIVINGSTON 
B.S.E. (Soc.Sci.) 

B.S.U.; Delta Singers 



Cleveland 




LEE ELLA LONG Greenwood 

B.A. (Enc^lish) 

Transfer. Sunflower Jr. College; "Miss 
nelta" 3. 4: Delta Playhouse 3, 4: 
BROOM Staff 4 



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JO ANN LOVE 
B.S. (Biology) 



Amory 



Westminster Fellowship L 2. 3; Tri 
Beta 2. 3: President Council 2, 3: 
Interfaith Council 3 




MILTON LOWE Clarksdale 

B.S. (Bus. Ed.) 

Transfer. Memphis State College: Band 
3,4:B.S.U. 3.4 



PEGGY J. LUSK Goodman 

B.S.E. (Social Science) 

Omega Phi 3. Parliamentarian 4: Kap- 
pa Delta Pi 3. 4: Beta-BetaBeta 3, 4: 
Band 3; Annual Staff 4 




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NANCY ISOM McDANIEL Sunflower 
B.S.E. (Physical Education ) 

Women's Athletic Association 1. 2; 
Physical Education Majors Club 1, 2 




ALICE McFARLAND 
B.S.E. (Bus. Ed.) 

Transfer, U. of Tenn. 



Greenville 



MILTON McMASTER Vicksburg 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer. Holmes Jr. College; A.C.E. 
4; B.S.U. 4 




RAYMOND MABRY Lake 

B.S.E. (Social .Science) 





JIM THOMAS McMINN 
B.S. (Chemistry) 

Transfer. Miss. State U. 



Itta Bena 



MARTHA MALONE Darling 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer, Northwest Jr. College; Chi 
Delta 3; A.C.E. 3. 4 






PAUL MIDGET 
B.A. (History) 

Pi Gamma Mu 



DAVID MARTIN Coffeeville 

B.S.E. (Social Science) 

Transfer, Northwest Jr. College; Hon- 
or Council 4 



Holcomb 




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MELBA SHOWAH MANN 

Hollandale 
B.S.E. (English) 

Women's Honor Council 1 : Chi Delta 
1, 2; B.S.U. Council 2; Delta Singers 
1,2; Dance Club 2 



JAMES MILLER Anguilla 

B.A. (Business) 

Veterans Chih 2. :^.. 1 : ViV^lev 






JAMES R. MITCHELL 
B.S. /Accounting) 



Indianola 



REBA MILLS Lambert 

B.S.E. (Social Science) 

Transfer. Northwest Jr. College: B.S.U. 
3.4: Y.W.A. 



NED ALAN MITCHELL Cleveland 
B.S.E. (Social Science) 

Football 1, 2, 4: "M" Club 1, 2. 3, 4, 
Treasurer 2: Honor Council 1, 2, 3; 
Debate Team 2: Delta Alpha Omega: 
Kappa Delta Pi; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil .3 : Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 



JUANITA "PEE WEE" MIXON Linn 
B.S.E. (Science) 

Wesley Council 1; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Delta Belles 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 
2,3,4 






KENNETH MIXON Grenada 

B.S.E. (Social Science) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College; Pi Gam- 
ma Mu 3, 4, President 4; Faculty 

Scholar 3. 4 



EMMIE LOU MOONEY Clarksdale 
B.A. (English) 

Transfer, Ole Miss and Belhaven; 
Delta Playhouse: Westminster Fellow 
shi[): Dance Ciuh 




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BOBBY ALLEN MOORE Grenada 
B.S.E. (Mathematics) 

BROOM Staff 2, 3, 4, Business Man- 
ager; Varsity Golf 2, 3, 4; Class Of- 
ficer 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Cav- 
aliers 2, 3, 4, President 4; Class Fa- 
vorite 1, 2; Presidents Council 3. 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3 



LATTRA MOORE Cleveland 

B.A. fEns.lish) 

Omega Phi Sorority 3, 4. Vice-Presi- 
dent 4: W.A.A. 1, 2. 3; Annual Staff 
4; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities 



MYRA MOORE Lambert 

B.M.E. 

Delta Singers: Y.W.A. Officer; B.S.U. 
Officer: M.E.N.C. 



^L\BEL RIVERS MOORE Vaughan 
B.S.E. (Social Science) 

Transfer. Holmes Jr. College; Choir 
1, 2; Wesley 1, 2. 3. 4. Song Leader 1, 
President 2; Y.W.C.A. L 2: Cheer- 
leader 1 







THOMAS D. MURPHREE, JR. 

Greenville 
B.S. (Bus. Ad.) 

Sigma Theta Psi Fraternity 



HARRIS MAC MORGAN 

B.S.E. (Phys. Ed.) 

Physical Education Club 1, 2. 3. 4 



Boyle 



JEAN NEAL Indianola 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Delta Belles 1. 2. 3. 4; Delta Singers 
1; A.C.E. 3. 4; Dance Club 1, 2. 3, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3; Omega Phi 
Sorority 2. 3. 4. Pledge Mistress 3, 
Social Vice-President 2, Treasurer 3; 
Class Favorite 3; Intersorority Coun- 
cil 4; Women's Honor Council 4, 
President 



CELESTE K. MYERS 
B.S.E. (Home Economics) 

Transfer, M.S.C.W.; Delhecons 4 



Inverness 






CONSTANCE MARIE NEWMAN 

Utica 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

A.C.E.; B.S.U. 



JAMES "BOONE" NEWTON Marks 
B.M.E. 

Transfer, Northwest Jr. College: Band 
3, 4: Cavaliers: "Miss Delta" Staff 





SAM NEYMAN 
B.S.E. (Bus. Adm.) 



Greenville 




JANETTE NICHOLS Tishomingo 
B.S.E. (Home Economics) 

Transfer, Northeast Jr. College; Delta 
Singers 3: W.A.A. 3, 4; Wesley 3. 4; 
Delhecons 3, 4 



A. M. NORWOOD JR. Algoma 

B.S.E. (Physical Education) 



CECILE NIX Clarksdale 

B.A. (English) 

Delta Singers 2, 3; Deltones 4; Tour 
Choir 4; Assistant Hostess 3; "Miss 
Delta" Staff 3 







LAWRENCE OXNER Rolling Fork 
B.S. (Bus. Adm.) 



PAT OWENS Senatobia 

^.S. (Bus. Adm.) 

Transfer, Millsaps. Northwest Jr. Col- 
lege; Cavaliers 3, 4. Treasurer 4; 
Band; Election Committee 4 



EDMOND H. PACE Winona 

B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

Transfer. Holmes Jr. College; Physical 
Education Club 3. 4 



RICHARD W. PARNELL 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 



Veterans Club 3. 
A.C.E. 3. 4 



Tupelo 
4; Dance Club; 






NANCY LOU PERRY Greenwood 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

A.C.E. L 2. 3, 4; Y.W.A. 3, 4; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Pi Gamma Mu; Women's 
Honor Council 3; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities 



ARLENE PEYTON Vicksburg 

B.S.E. (Home Economics ) 

Y.W.A. 1. 2. 3. -1. Treasurer 4: Del- 
hecons 1. 2. 3. I. President -I 



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TOMMY T. PINKERTON Winona 
B.S. (Bus. Aim.) 




MARTHA PHARR Vicksburg 

B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

W.A.A. 3. 4. Vice-President 4: Physi- 
cal Education Majors Club 3. 4 



BENNY E. PITTMAN Marks 

B.S. (Bus. Adm.J 

Transfer, Northwest Jr. College; Foot- 
ball 2, 3; "M" Club 2, 3 




DOROTHY JEAN PREVOST Lynn 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer, Blue Mountain College; 
Delta Playhouse; B.S.U.; A.C.E. 





HELEN ROBERTSON PREWITT 

Merigold 
B.A. (English) 

Faculty Scholars 3, 4 




ROBERT RICHARD PUGH 



IMOGENE DePRIEST PRIEST 



B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 



Shelby 



Greenville 



B.S. (Science) 




MARVIN H. RANDALL 

Fairhope, Ala. 
B.S. (Bus. Ed.) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College ; Veterans 
Club 3, 4, Commander 4 





LUCILLE SMITH REAVES Duncan 
B.S.E. (Business) 



KENNETH RENCHER Corinth 

B.S.E. ( Physical Ed.) 

Transfer, Northeast Jr. College, Flor- 
ence State Ala.: Physical Education 
Majors Club 





PERCY C. RICE 
B.S. (Bus. Adm.) 



Rolling Fork 




ETOILE RICE 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

A.C.E.; Delta Playhouse; Delta Sing 
ers 



BILLY W. ROBINSON Shaw 

B.S.E. (Social Science) 



MARLON C. RICO 
B.S. (Bus. .4dm. > 



Pascagoula 





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SHIRLEY RODGERS Lexington 

B.S.E. (Home Economics) 

Delhecons L 2. 3, 4 



HENRY SEYMOUR ROBINSON 

Charlotte. N. C. 
B.S. (Accounting) 

Transfer, Davidson College, N. C; 
Band 2, 3, 4; Delta Singers 2, 3: "Miss 
Delta" 2. 3. 4. Circulation Manager 3; 
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 2. 3. 4.^ Cav- 
aliers 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 2. 4. Pub- 
licity Director 3; Student Govt. Asso- 
ciation 3. 4. Treasurer 4: Accounting 
Club 3; Delta Playhouse 4: Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities 



HENRY L. RUSSELL Monticello 

B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

Football 3, 4; "M" Club 3, 4; Vet- 
erans Club 1; Transfer, Co-Lin Jr. Col- 
lege 




FRANK RYALS 
B.S. (Business) 

Football 3, 4 



Biloxi 





JOE R. SABBATINA 
B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

Football 3, 4 



Leland 



PATRICIA SANDERS Grenada 

B.S.E. (Biology) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College; Wom- 
en's Honor Council 3, 4; Cheerleader 
4 






CLYDE R. SCARBROUGH 



B.A. (English) 



Millry, Ala. 



GEORGE THOMAS SHIELDS 

Greenville 
B.S. (Accounting) 




FRANCES WALDEN SAVAGE 

Booneville 
B.A. (English) 

Omega Phi Sorority 3. 4; Delta Sing- 
ers 3 : Delta Belles 3 



CHARLES ARANT SHAW Vance 
B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

Transfer. Northwest Jr. College 






CHARLENE SMITH Merigold 

B.A. (English and Accounting) 



MARY JOAN SIMS Burnsville 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer. Northeast Jr. College; A.C.E. 
3, 4, Officer; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, 
Officer 



PATRICIA ANN SMITH Drew 

B.A. (English) 

Chi Delta Sorority 3, 4, Editor 3, 4; 
Interfaith Council 2, 3, 4, President 4, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3; "Miss Delta" 
Staff 1. 2. 3, 4, Assistant Editor 
4, News Editor 3, Assistant Feature 
Editor 2, Reporter 1, Award for Best 
Feature Story and Sports; Band; Pres- 
ident's Council; Miss. Library Assoc; 
Women's Honor Council 



SOLON BROWN SMITH Greenville 
B.S. (Bus. Adm.) 

Transfer, Christian Brothers College; 
Sigma Theta Psi 2, 3; Newman Club 

4 






VELMA JEAN SNYDER Canton 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College; A.C.E. 
3,4 



JOHN R. STALLINGS Cleveland 

B.S. (Accounting) 





JAMES S. STEEN Cleveland 

B.S. (Biology) 

Transfer, University of Kentucky; 
Delta Alpha Omega 3, 4, President 4; 
Interfraternity Council 4 



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MARTHA LOUISE STANCILL 

Yazoo City 
B.S.E. (Bus. Ed.) 

Transfer, Holmes Jr. College: Wesley 
3,4 



WILLIAM A. STEVENS Cleveland 
B.S. (Bioloey) 



V. J. STEGALL, JR. Morton 

B.M.E. 

Band; M.E.N.C: Phi Mu Alpha Sin- 
fonia 







MARY LOUISE STRICKLAND 

Minter City 
B.S.E. (Bus. Ed.) 

Transfer. Millsaps 



BETTY ANNETTE STEWART Isola 
B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

Transfer. Sunflower Jr. College ; Dance 
Club 3: W.A.A. 4; Physical Education 
Majors Club 4 



ELIZABETH STUART Carthage 

B.A. (English) 

Transfer, East Central Jr. College; 
Delta Playhouse 3, 4 



GERRY CARROLL SULTAN Marks 
B.A. (English) 

Delta Belles 2, 3, 4. Head Delta Belle 
4: Beautv 3: Class Favorite 3: Omega 
Phi 3, 4.' President 3: Pi Gamma Mu 
3. 4, Vice-President 4; Homecoming 
Court 3: Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities 






MITCHEL SWANN New Albany 

B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

Transfer, Northeast Jr. College; Cav- 
aliers 3, 4; B.S.U.; Physical Majors 
Club 



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W. JACK TAPY Eaton. Indiana 

B.S. (Accounting) 

Transfer, Tavlor University; Basket- 
ball 





GAYLE TAYLOR 
B.S.E. (Bus. Ed.) 

Band: Dance Club 



ROY "LUKE" TERRY Kosciusko 
B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

Transfer. Holmes Jr. College: Football 
3, 4; "M" Club 3, 4 




JEANETTE FERRI TARSI Cleveland 
B.S.E. (Elem.Ed.) 

Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Gamma Mu; 
A.C.E.; Newman Club 



BILLY PAT THOMAS Kilmichael 
B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

Football 3. 4: "M" Club 3, 4 

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JANELL TIPTON Hernando 

B.S.E. (English) 

Band; Delta Singers 3, 4; B.S.U. 3, 4; 
Dance Club 3, 4; Transfer, Northwest 
Jr. College 



FRANCIS LLOYD THORNTON Pace 
B.S. (Business) 



FRANCIS TOMLINSON Parchman 
B.A. (English) 

Y.W.A. 3. 4. President 4: Kappa Delta 
Pi 3, 4, President 4; B.S.U. Executive 
Council 4 



RUTH TOWLES Sunflower 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer. Sunflower Jr. College; 
W.A.A. 3. 4: A.C.E. 3. 4 





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VIVIAN TRIBBLE 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

Transfer. Northwest 
A.C.E. 3, 4 



Charleston 



Jr. College; 



JAMES EDWIN TROTTER Sardis 
B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

"M" Club: P.E. Majors Club; Foot- 
balll.2. 3: Whirlwinds 3,4 




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JACQUELINE BOUNDS TULLOS 

Lake 
B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 




JAMES TURNER Algoma 

B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

P.E. Majors Club; Transfer, Itawamba 
Junior College 



RUBY TURNER Greenville 

B.S. (Accounting) 

Chi Delta 3, 4, Historian: Band I. 2, 
3; Publicity Chairman of Student Gov- 
ernment Association 4: B.S.LI: Who's 
Who in American Colleges and L'niver- 
sities 




BILLY JOE UPCHURCH 

New Castle. Indiana 
B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

Wesley: Basketball; Golf 




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MARRILLE VAN CLEVE 

St. Marys. Ohio 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 
A.C.E. ; Deltones 



SARA VALENCINO Greenville 

B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

Deltones 1; Miss Delta 3, 4: Delta 
Playhouse 2. 3. 4: Alpha Psi Omega 
3: W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4; P.E. Majors 
Club 1, 2, 3. President 4: Annual Staff 
4; Newman Club 3 



MARY ANGELINE VICKERS 

Eupora 
B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

A.C.E. 3. 4: Kappa Delta Pi 4; Trans- 
fer. Wood Junior College 




JESSE ANN VINCENT Indianola 
B.A. (English ) 





STEVE H. WAITS 
B.S.E. (Social Science) 

Transfer from Ole Miss 



Leland 



TOMMY WALDRUP 
B.S.E. (Social Science) 

Band 1, 2, 3 



Drew 





REBECCA JO WARD 

B.S.E. (Business Ed.) 



Ackerman 




LYNN WATKINS Natchez 

B.S.E. (Elem. Ed.) 

A.C.E. 3, 4, Secretary; Newman Club 



MARY ANN WEBER Yazoo City 
B.S.E. (Physical Ed.) 

Delta Belles 2, 3, 4; Chi Delta Soror- 
ity 2. 3, 4; Paper Staff 2, 3; Delta 
State's Representative in Miss Missis- 
sippi Pageant 2, 4: Beauty 2, Most 
Beautiful 3: Second Alternate Best 
Dressed Girl; Homecoming Court 3, 
Queen 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4 



PAUL WEBSTER 
B.S.E. (Social Science) 

Honor Council 4 



Cleveland 






NORA WESTBROOK 
B.S.E. (Math) 



Sledse 




JAMES COTHRAN WILBURN 



Leland 



B.S. (Biology) 
Transfer, Millsaps 



JOE WILLIAMSON Indianola 

B.S. (Biology) 

Ca\dliers 2. S. 1: Delta Playhouse 1, 

2,3.4 




PETER PAUL WHITE 

Tuckahoe, New York 
B.M.E. (Music) 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 





LINDA WILSON Lyon 

B.S.E. (Home Economics) 
Transfer. Livingston State; Interfaith 
Council 2, 3; Delhecons 2, 3, 4; D.S.F. 
2,3 



TONY WILSON 

B.S. (Accounling) 
Faculty Scholar 



Rosedale 




JEFF D. WHEELER Dundee 

B.S.E. (Social Science) 




BRYANT WOLFE Duncan 

B.S.E. (History) 

"M" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 2 



CHIEYEN J. WONG 
B.S. (Accounting) 



Moorhead 




KATHERINE S. WOOLDRIDGE 

Grenada 
B.S.E. (Elem.Fd.) 






WILLIAM JONES 
B.S. (Business Ad.) 



Cruger 



SANDRA YOUNG 
B.S.E. (Business Ed.) 
Pi Omega Pi 



Drew 



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Junior Class Officers 




CAROLYN BIANCA _.. , Secretary 

MIKE ROBINSON Election Committee Member 

DOLORES BAGLEY Class Editor 

BOBBY HOWELL Treasurer 

FRANK BRIDGES Vice-President 

LEIGH SANDERS Reporter 

JIMMY THOMPSON Class Editor 

BOBBY ABERNATHY Election Conmiittee Member 

HOWARD DODD President 



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Betty Andrews 

Clarksdale YMt i^\ 



Helen Applewhite 
Batesiille 




Charles Douglas 

Andrews 
Cleveland 



Martha Arrington 



Delores Bagley 
Hollandale 



Thnmas Bailey 
Lambert 



Rohert Louis BaU 
North Carrollton 



Martin L. Bass 
Lula 



Carolyn Bean Charlie Bell 

Tupelo hiifrnrss 



Carr)|yn Bennett 
IT'inona 



Can.lvn Bianca 
Imliimola 



Ed Bibb 
Drew 



James Biggers 
Webb 



Wendell Blackwell 
Cleveland 




Aron Biggers 
Tulwiler 



Maurine Black 
Carrolllon 



Richard Bloodworth 
Scoby 



Larry- Hoggs 
Cleveland 



Charles Boland 
Elba. Ala. 



Gail Bolian 
Greenivood 



James Raymond 

Boone 
Picayune 



89 



Mimmye Bradley 


Walter Francis 


James H. Brantley 


Lou 


se Brantly 


Isola 


Brantly 
Durant 


Cleveland 


ir'ei 


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Hanson Bufkin Bobbie Bunch 

Cleveland Durant 



Ray Butler 
Sardis 



Robert F. Cade 
West 



Milton Campbell Bctiv Cumpbell ''-'I'li'' Campbell Robbie CambeU 

Tutwiler Natchez Leland Boyle 




Jamie Chiles 
Louisville 



Glen Ray Click Philip Coffey Martha Coleman John D. Commer 

Arab, Ala. Biicnii Vista, Va. Greenwood Lambert 



Betty Joy Cook 



James Donald 

Cooper 
Drew 



Martha Crawford 
Shaw 




Hubert Cooper 
Durant 



Charles Lynn Cox 
Durant 



Tommy Crenshaw 
Clark sdale 



Jo Ann Dorman 
Pensacola, Fla. 



Patrica Dunlap 
Olive Branch 



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Jolin Dyess 
New Albany 



Dan Klli^i,m 
Viirdanwn 



Jolin H. Estess 
Greenville 



Lynn Ethridge 
GreenvUle 



Harmon Feather 
Hushpuckena 



Gene Fioranelli 
Greeniille 




Philip Farr 
Greenville 



Edward File 
Enid 



Linda Fisher 
Ulica 



Tom Fisher 



Bill Fortenberry 
Brookhaien 



Fred Foster 
Ellisville 



93 



James Franklin 


Sylvia Linda 


Paul Garrett 


Ifinona 


Freeman 
Batesville 


Birmingham, Ala. 




Louis Halphen 


Ricl<y Hanes 


Bobby Harper 


Puerto Armuelles, 


Marks 


Grenada 


Panama, C. A. 







94 



Shirley Hiirrison 
Holhmdale 



Audrey Huzjiard 
Cleveland 



R.isemary Helm 
Cojjeeville 




Al Hopkins 
Walnut 



Willie Home 
Sallis 



Linda Huddleston 
Booneville 



95 



Dolores M. Huling 
Fulton 



Mary Hutchison 

Hollandale 



James Earl Ikerd Jr 
Clarksdale 



Doris Jackson 
Shannon 



Johnny Jackson 
Greenwood 



Marshall Jenkins 
Marks 



Jonnie Sue John 
Myrtle 




Richard James 
Gore Springs 



Larry Wing Jeong 
Shelby 



Patricia Johnson 
Duck Hill 



Harvey Johnston 
Greemvood 



Mary Louise Jones 
Benton 



Ann Lamon 
Greenville 



Martha Lauderdale 
Booneville 



96 



Sue Ann Little 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 



Robert "Blue" 
Bruce 



Genelle Lolt 
Isola 




Jo>-ce Logan 
Cleveland 



Brenda Long 
Shelbv 



Jack R. Love 
Cleveland 



Kathy Lovom 
Louisville 



Jerry McBee 
Ruleville 



Franklin McCellan 
Sallis 



Betsy McComiack 
Cojjeeville 



Mary Ann McCuan Bernard McLellan 

Greenwood Vaiden 



Beverly Malius 



Sara MaUory 
Goodman 




Joyce Montgomery 
Kilmichael 



Kay Boulwcll 
McCrary 



Marv Ajiiies Moore Jolin Mor{] 

)■«»«/.«« Greenville 



Jack Moore 




Walter Leonard 


Tom Perry 


Jerry Peyton 


Pedon 


Greenville 


Greenville 


Memphis, Tenn. 







99 



Malcohm H. Pickle Allen Poe 

Mc Adams Pontotoc 



Ande Pollard Shelby PoweU 

Greenville Tunica 




Bill Robinson 
Clarksdale 



Mike Robinson 
Greenville 



Glenda Rogers 
Lexington 



Betty Rozier 
Cleveland 



100 



Leonard 

Rubenstein 
Shaw 



Lynelte Russell 
Cleveland 



Charles Sanders 
Cleieland 



Leigh Sanders 
Cleveland 



Ronald Schyler 
Greenville 



Bobby J. Senter 
Booneville 



Irvine, Ky. 




Robert Seay 
Batesville 



Billv SeiveU 
Maben 



Sheila Sheffield 
Dorsey 



Dun Skelton 
Leland 



Emmett Smith Mar)- Jane Sowell 

Pope Canton 



101 



Lenora Stegall 


Morris Steuart 


Leilie Faye 


Bobbette Stribl 


Pelahatchia 


Canhuge 


Strohm 


Cleveland 



Joan Stringfellow 
RiLleville 



Jimmy Grant 

Stroud 
Lake 



Benny Taylo 
hla Bena 




Billy Strohm Jr. 
Clarksdale 



Anne Taylor 



Roy Taylo 
Grenada 



Howard Thompson 
Hernando 



102 



Faye Towles 

Sunflower 



Dona Townsend 

Grenada 



Thelina Tucker 
Webb 



David Tuner 
Cleveland 




Richard Walker 
Pascagoula 



Lewis Walto 
Slates Sprin, 



103 



Calvin Ward Louise Webster 

Laurel Shaw 



Carl Welch 
Greenville 



Bonnie Whaley 
Potts Camp 



Jolin W. Wheele 
Tunica 



Gail Whittom 
Neiv Hebron 



Lance \S^ickwire 
ToKamla, Penn. 




Leon Whitfield 
Kosciusko 



Pat Wicker 
Louisville 



Jerry Wigington 
Cleveland 



Maribeth Wilkinson 
Amory 



104 



Monroe Williams 
Jackson 



Price Williams 
Greenville 



Carol Ann 

Wilson 

Greenwood 



Lou Wilson 
Greenville 



Sharon Ann 
Winstead 
Jackson 



Georgia Wi; 
Merigold 



Larry Wood 

Jackson 




William J. 

Wise hm an 
Franklin, Mich. 



Carulyii Wor>l 
Grenada 



Virgie Yeager 
Minter City 



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Sophomore Class 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

FRED CRIBBS -. President 

JOSEPHINE FERRI Treasurer 

BETTY JO ABRAHAM , Secretary 

CAROLTO CHENNAULT Broom Representative 

BEN BAILEY .„ Reporter 

STEVE LaMASTUS Vice-President 

AL MANN Election Committee Representative 

KENT MARSHALL Broom Representative 




Betty Jo Abraham 


Clarksdale 


Jim Adrean 


Franklin, Michigan 


Mrs. Sue Allbritton 


Clarksdale 


Allen Ambrose 


Leland 



Richard Asbuxy 
Charlene Bagwell 
Ben Bailey 



Glenda Bailey 
Joe A. Barranco 



Dublin 
Grenada 




Gaines Beard on 



Rolling Fork Robert Lynn Beck 



Sherron Bennett 
Patsy Blount 



Dorothy Brannon 
Carolyn Jo Bratton 
Audrey Brown 



Eupora 
Hollandale 
Cleveland 



Greenville 

Eupora 

Cleveland 




elita Broi™ 


Sandra Brunson 


Pat Burney 


Edward Busch 


Margaret Carraway 


Martha Carroll 


Meridian 


Avalon 


Ackerman 


Birmingham, 
Michigan 


Cleveland 


Marks 




Colli, 
Anthony P. Co 
Fred Cribbs 
Jeanette Crowder 



Gale Davis 


Jackson 


Emily Duckworth 


Cleveland 


Linda Dunlap 


Tupelo 


Louise Elliott 


Greenwooil 



Allen A. Ellis, Jr. 
Roger Earl 
Loretta Eason 





Betty Sue Eddins 
Henr)- Edmiston 



Peggy Edwards 



Skene 
Shaw 



Patricia Forbes 


Greemoood 


Joe Fowler 


Cl-eveland 


Gerri Fulcher 


Yazoo City 



109 



Doyle Ray Garrett 



Jack Gazelle 
Fred Gibson 



Shelby 
Skene 





Joan Gibson 
Cher\'le Grant 
Paula Grezaffi 



Sidon 

Greenville 

Shatv 



William Griffith 
Glenda Grittman 
Barbara Hancock 



Cleveland 

Drew 

Onward 

Cary 



Lawrence Henson 

Cleveland 
Shirley Herbison 

Shaw 
Michael D. Herring 

Greenville 
Robert J. Hodge 

Houston, Texas 
Torn Home 

Cleveland 





Sonny Kelly 


Lyon 


Charmayne Killebrew 


Swijtown 


Joyce King 


Lexington 



Robert King 

Steve Lamastus 
Joyce Lay 



Greenville 
Drew 
Webb 




Jinny Sue Hoyl 
Martha Joy Huffman 
Edward Jackson 



Cleveland 
Greenville 

Cleveland 



Hoyte Johnson 


Clarksdale 


Jan Johnson 


Rulevitle 


Parks Johnson 


New Albany 



Tommy Johnson 


RuIeiUle 


Sue Jones 


Boyle 


Fonda Keith 


Anguilla 




Larry Liddell 
Betty Jo Love 




Clarksdale 
Siviftown 



Linda McBee 
Ruleville 



lionnie McClure Shaw 

<:arolyn McElroy Tutwiler 




Bobby McWhirter 
Percy Malone 



Nancy Manning 




Merigold 

Kent Marshall 
Levenia Maxwell 



Loretta Ming 
Penny Moss 



Charles McGuffie 
Johnny McLeod 



Drew 

Louisville 




Shelby 
Greenville 



Joe Edd Morris 



ISew Albany 





Mar>- Lillian Philen 
Nancy Philpot 



Anita Pierce 
Indianola 

Gloria Pogue 
Leland 

Charlotte Poole 
Greenville 



Joey Myers 
Patsy Nation 
Nancy Nelson 
Kenneth Ray Noah 



Cleveland 

Indianola 

Talwiler 

Vaiden 



Pontotoc 

Louise 

Flora 



Mickev O'Mallev Ruleville 

ielty Outlaw Baldwin 



Kosciusko Samuel Pendas Morgan Cily, La. 




Shetb 
Perthsk 



N. Vick Robbins III Crumrod, Arkansas 

Williajii Rorie Greenville 




Charles H. Pope 


Greenville 


Elizabeth Pope 


Shaw 


Janice Redd 


Shaw 


Martha Reginelli 


Indkmola 



Carole Sanders 
Cleveland 

Bobby Sandifer 
Greenville 

Carol Sheffield 
Inverness 



Shaw 
Alligator 
Cleveland 




Marilyn Shields 
Greenville 



Charles Shoffm-r 

Greenville 
Martha Signa 

Greenville 




^>^> Norman Silverblalt 




Madelyn Slaughter 
Greenville 




Marsha Slaughter 
Greenville 



Carole Kay Smith 

Cleveland 
Lucretia Smith 

Greenwood 





Brenda Stanford 
Cleveland 



Jerry Stevens 
Baldwyn 





Mary Stockton 
Winona 



Robert Strohm 
Clarksdale 

Joel Sturdivant 
Jackson 





Stephen L. Suhowatsky 
Mapleieood, N. Y. 

Charles Sullivan 
Natchez 



Billy Swafford 
Cleveland 






Ike Taylor 

Halls, Tennessee 




Sanimy Tedford 
Lambert 



L Paul Thomas 

Ed in burg 




Linda Lee Thweatt 
Miami, Florida 



Babs Walker 
Dreiv 



Rachel Taylor 
Greemvood 




Dorothy Tiser 
Cleveland 



Marilvn Thornton 

Greenville 




Charlie Ann Venuti 
Shaw 




Mar>' Anne Walker 
Flora 




Rebecca Ward 
Sardis 



Louis Watford 
Shaw 




Nadcne Wcbsler 


Lamon Willis 


Shmv 


Jackson 


Pegsrv- Willard 


Sue Wilson 


Shaw 


Greernille 




James Wischman 
Franklin, Mich. 

Jo Ann Wolfe 
Cleveland 



w 



w 



AND 




Mary Louise Wood 

Inverness 
Jerr>' Lee Yerkes 

Minter Ciiv 




Freshman Class 




h 

I 

FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

QUESTION SPRUILL Election Committee Representative 

BETTE BRELAXD Broom Representative 

PENNT LOWE Treasurer 

BOBBY TOMPKINS Secretary 

RUDOLPH BISHOP President 

FRED RAYBURN Vice-President 

BILLY SHIELDS Reporter 

JIM GILLAN Election Committee Representative 

JAMES COX Broom Representative 



Adolph S. Acri 
Nadine Arendale 
Barbara Arnold 



Harrisburg. Henn. 
Charleston 
Doddsville 



Pauline Arnold 
Pat Auberry 
Charles Austin 



Mathiston 

Tunica 

Kibnichael 




Shelby 




Cleveland 
Lei and 



Ellen Bailey 
Bob Bain 
Kenneth Banks 



Charleston 

Pell City, Ala. 

Greenville 



Martha Barnes 
Linda Bass 
Dianne Bastari 



Louisville 

Vicksburg 

Sfww 



Norma Ellen Beard 


Cleveland 


Dianne Bennett 


Clarksdale 


Linda Bennett 


Chatham 




Shirley Bennett 


Anguilla 


Jack Bishop 


Indianola 


Rudolph Bishop 


Greenville 



Frank Bledsoe 
Bettie Lou Boshers 



New Orleans, La. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Grenada 



Paul Bouler 
Martha Braden 



Sidney Brain 


Leland 


Rosalyn Brett 


Greenville 


Margaret Ann Bridgers 


Belzoni 



Linda Sue Britt 


Rosedale 


Mary Jo Brock 


Killeen, Texas 


Diana Brown 


Cleveland 



Gwen Brown 
Norma Burns 
Lynda Cain 



Panther Burn 

Charleston 

Rollins Fork 



Boyle 
Greenwood 



120 




Lucy Canizaro 
Virginia Carpenter 
Cliarlotte Carroll 



Jan Cartwright 
Linda Gale Carvan 
Pamela Anne Catledge 



Vicksburg 

Cleveland 

Walthall 



Moor head 

Oakland 

Louisville 




Sandra Clianey 
Faye Chappell 




Kosciusko 
Louisville 



Faye Cobb 
Glenn Coker 
Letha Cole 



Lambert 

Clarksdale 

San Antonio, Texas 



Hayden Collier 


Drew 


Elaine Connell 


Greenwood 


Arlin Cossar 


Leland 



Linda Covington 


Greenville 


James Cox 


Winterhaven, Fla. 


Robbie Sue Cox 


Eupora 



121 




Bonnie Crawford 


Flora 


Glenda Crocker 


Cleveland 


Carolyn Crosby 


Vicksburg 



Man' Jane DeMoney 
Dianne Dreher 



Albert Dribben 


Rolling Fork 


Joe Drueding 


Picayune 


Elizabeth Eidson 


Jackson 



Ann Eidt 


Natchez 


Gary Elmore 


Cleveland 


Lynne Everett 


Tutwiler 



Gene Karris 


Cleveland 


Jo Ann Farrish 


Drew 


Mary Lynnette Faust 


Oxjord 



Sandra Crowell 
Robert Blain Curry 
Anne Dancy 



Eupora 

Eupora 

Holly Springs 



Cathey Davis 



122 




Sandy Feldmann 
Jimmy Finkler 
Nancy Fletcher 



Clarksdiile 

Lclaml 

Cleveland 



,- Cecelia Franco 


Vicksburg 


Billy Franks 


Lumber I 


Georgiana Friend 


Sardh 




Jane Gamble 
Judy Garren 




Canton 
Lei and 



James Gar\'erick 


Cation, Ohio 


Brenda Gordon 


Cleveland 


Mike Greer 


Anguilla 



Pat Greer 


Anguilla 


Anita Griffin 


Cleveland 


Joe Griffin 


Rolling Fork 



Tommy Griffin 


Greenville 


Ann Hackleman 


Greeniiood 


Delia HaUam 


Cleveland 



123 




Norma Hicks 
Wylie Hilburn 
Eugene Hill 



Faye Hutson 
June Lee Hutton 
Clif Invin 



Stanley Heleniak 
Benny Herring 



Shaw 
Cleveland 
Cleveland 



Johnny Hudson 


Cleveland 


Jean Humphreys 


Tunica 


Glenda Hutchinson 


Cleveland 



Anguilla 

Clnrksdale 

Hiehland Park, III. 



Joyce Hamilton 
Warren Hanks 
Gwin Hannah 



Clarksdale 

Shaw 

Cleveland 



De Lois Hardy 


Tippo 


James E. Harrison 


Cleveland 


Joanna Harvey 


Hollandale 



Sherr>' Hayes 



Dunellen, New Jersey 
Kilmichael 



124 




Lula Jacks 


Greenwood 


Voncile Jackson 


Greenwood 


CluT>l James 


Grenada 



Judy James 
Mar>' Jefcoat 
Robert Jenkins 



Ti'ppo 
Doddsiille 
Hollondale 




Tupelo 




Peter Jernberg Sumner 

Julia Anne Johnson Merigold 



* Robert Johnson 

Frank Jones 
Dianne Keith 



Jo Mar>' Key 
JWargaret Klein 
Jacqueline Lake 



Buldwvn 

Greeniille 

Anguilla 



:ddie Keith 


HoUandale 


,inda Kellv 


ClarksdnJe 


Cave Kent 


Delta City 



Greenville 

Greenville 

Acra, New York 



125 




William Lalliam 


Gren 


Ida 


Rose Marie Lehman 


Tun 


tea 


Don Light 


Green w 


ood 



John McDonald 
Nancy McDonald 



Patsv McKenzie 
Barbara McKibben 
Richard McKnight 



Jackson 

Calhoun City 

Bruce 



Elizabeth McMann 
Carolyn McQueen 
GHnda Mabus 



Darling 
Greenville 
Charleston 



Patricia Macon 
Joyce Magee 
Catherine Marascalco 



Calhoun City 

Water Valley 

Grenada 



Dannv Lindsey 


Cleveland 


Penny Low 


Greenville 


Darlene Lowery 


Ruleville 



Lou McCormack 



126 




Eujienc Mars 
Carolyn Massey 
Marshall Mattingly. 



Ch'velnnd 
Cleveland 
Clevelaml 



Edward Milam 
Lula Mae Miles 
Ann Lee Miller 



Hernando 

Cleveland 

Memphis, Tenn. 




Ruth Minchew 



ij Samniy Mitchell 

Roe Mixon 




Cleveland 
Rtileville 



Billy Moore 
Frances Moore 
Linda Murphey 



Sandra Music 
Pat Nation 
Martha Neill 



Nina Sue Nelson 
James Newman 
Janie Newman 



Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Tippo 



Cleveland 
Indianola 
Clarksdale 



Charleston 
Valley Park 
Valley Park 



127 




Dean Pannell 
Tommy Parkin: 



Tempes Parnell 

Mary Evelyn Patterson 

David Perrigin 



Cleveland 
Slarhsiille 
Cleveland 



John Pettit 
-Delores Pheiffer 
Philene Philen 



Charleston 
Cleveland 



Jackie Posev 


Cleveland 


Brenda Powell 


Tunica 


Louise Proctor 


Kosciusko 



Becky Norris 


Drew 


Freddy Nosef 


Clarksdale 


Herbert Odom 


Canton 



Hurbert Odon 
Sue Oglesby 
Peggy Oneal 



Canton 

Indian ola 

Memphis, Tenn. 



128 



Frances Pryor 
Janice Randolph 
Fred Raybuin 



Dennis Reamy 
Rosalind Rhodes 
David Robbins 



Shirley Rocconi 



Calhoun City 

Brookhaven 

Greenville 





Boyle 
Eupora 



Chestine Rushing 
Billye Sanderson 
Hazel Ann Sandifer 



Polly Satchfield 
Icy Scarborough 
Janet Schieder 



Christine Scruggs 
-Mary Margaret Sea 
Mary Louise Serio 



Belzoni 
Greenicood 
Greenville 



Cleveland 

Eupora 

CI ark sd ale 



Clarksdale 

Rolling Fork 

Greenwood 



129 




David Shanks 
Peggy Shannon 
Carolyn Sharp 



Guljport 

Lake Cormorant 

Vicksburg 



Patricia Shelton 
Billy Shields 
Carol>Ti Sholes 



Kosciusko 

Greenville 

Oakfield, New York 



Kay Shropshire 



Eddy Smith 
Janet Smith 



Pam Smith 


Cleveland 


Buddy Smith-Vaniz 


Cleveland 


Carolyn Smith-Vaniz 


Canton 



Barry Spier 
Quention Spruill 
Billie Stafford 



Greenwood 

Mayersville 

Newton 



Donna Sue Starns 


Greenville 


Joyce Steadman 


Cleveland 


Ronnie Steed 


Dreiv 



130 




Barbara Ellen Steele 
Jack Slecle 
Kenneth Stewart 



Parchman 

Jackson 

C/arksdale 



Celeste Sullivan 
Bill Sultan 
Sam SunimerhiU 



Cleveland 
Cleveland 
Greenville 




Tommy Terrell 
Kaye Thomas 




Clark sdale 
Greenville 



Mary Ellen Thomas 
Jimmy L. Thompson 
Wheeler Timbs 



Sharon Tucker 
Jerr>' Turner 
Rufus Turner 



Clarksdale 
Cleveland 
Moor head 



Mary Ann Tinhit 


Slarksville 


Mvron G. ToUison 


Cleveland 


Ouida Jo Trahan 


Cleveland 



Greenwood 

Rosedale 

HoUandale 



131 




Buddy Ware 


Cleveland 


Roger Wasson 


Greenville 


Rebecca Webster 


Cleveland 



Judy Weidemann 


Greenville 


Rebecca Ann Westbrook 


Charleston 


Helen Williams 


Jackson 



Bugs Wright 


Leland 


Glenda Wright 


Charleston 


Jerry Wyatt 


Grenada 



Glvn Turnipseed 


Cleveland 


Norma Vance 


Drew 


Webster Vaught 


Greenville 



-Mike Viner 


Drew 


Faye Walker 


Cleveland 


Johnny Wallace 


Greenville 



132 




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135 



Features 







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136 



and Special Events 




BRENDA STANFORD 
Feature Editor 

REBA LEIGH 

Special Events Editor 

C.\ROL MANNING 
Campus Life 



137 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 




138 



NED MITCHELL 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 




BETTYE BRANCH 



139 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 




140 



BOB BRUMFIELD 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 




LATTRA MOORE 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 




142 



JACKIE CROCKER 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 




RUBY TURNER 



143 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 







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144 



BOB WILSON 



Whos Who ill American Colleges and Universities 




GERRY SULTAN 



145 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 




146 



SALLY ADAMS 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 




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SEYMOUR R0B1\>()\ 



147 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 




148 



IRIS BAGLEY BRANTLEY 



Mr. and Miss Delta State College 




MARY ANN WEBER PAT LEWIS 



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PAT LEWIS 










iss DSC 




Most Beautiful 



CAROLYN BIANCA 





February 27, 1962 

Miss Lady Jane Castle, Editor 
BROOM Yearbook. 
Delta State College, 
Cleveland, Mississippi 

Dear Editor: 

Thank you for allowing me the privilege and honor of selecting Delta State's most 
beautiful girl for 1962. 

As you may realize, trying to choose from the seven lovely candidates with only 

photographs for reference \vas extremely difficult. The entire group impressed me 

with their graciousness and charm, evidenced even in the pictures. 

My selections are as follows: most beautiful — Miss Carolyn Bianca; alternates, Miss 

Gerry Sultan and Miss Audrey Hazzard. 

May I express once again my appreciation to you and the students of Delta State 

College for according me this honor of judging. 

Sincerelv, 



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Miss Mississippi, 1961 



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First Alternate 

GERRY SULTAN 




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Second Alternate 



AUDREY HAZZARD 




Beauty 

JOYCE FAYE KING 




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Beautiful 



CAROLYN BIANCA 



First Alternate GERRY SULTAN 



Second Alternate AUDREY HAZZARD 






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JOYCE FAYE KING 



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Most Handsome 

PETE PEDEN 




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LADY JANE CASTLE 





Friendliest Boy 



RICHARD CHESTEEN 



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Homecom 



MARY ANN WEBER 



Homecoming 




Court 



QUEEN MARY ANN WEBER 





Carole Sanders, Audrey Hazzard, Queen Mary 


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WliLii I yet to be a sophomore . 




Homecoming Activities 



Whv so serious. Don? 





Senior Class 
Favorites 



NED MITCHELL AREAS DICKSON 



JACKIE CROCKER JEAN NEAL 



168 





CAROLYN BIANCA BOBBY ABEKNATHY 



Junior Class 
Favorites 



PAT WICKER BOBBY HOWELL 



Sophomore Class 
Favorites 




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MIKE VINER FREDDIE NOSEF 



Freshman Class 
Favorites 



CHALIE CARROLL JACK BISHOP 





SPENDING SOME TIME WITH BOB AND PEGGY 

A typical DSC Couple Bob Brumfield and Peggy Gates 




Each day begins with Bob walking Peggy 
to class 



Coffee in the Mill is alwa>s refreshing after that 
first hour 



"Bob, I think I'll read this one" 





A peek at the world to plan a special trip 



"Oh. Bob, you say the sweetest things" 





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Partine is such sweet sorrow 







Footlite < 



Ann and Larry make last minute prepa- 
rations 





Who's Who Candidates receive final instructions 



Ned and Pat make a Jolly entrance 



Jackie, you can smile, too. YouVe one of the seven DSC Beauties 




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Stage Fright?? No, not you, Jerry 





David escorts Lady Jane, both Nominees for friendliest 



Winner Jean Neal is escorted l)y Bobby Ferguson 



Bettye Branch, nominee for Miss DSC, is escorted by Pat 
Hennington 



Class Favorites Sally Adams and Arias Dickson seem 
happy over the results 






Queen of Hearts 



MARTHA ARINGTON 



Delta Alpha Omega 
Sweetheart 



PAT BURNEY 



176 





Mr. McRaney presents ihe Who's Who awards 



1961 Class Day Aivards 




Mr. Frank— Class sponsor accepts gift from seniors. 



Dean Young acknowledges senior gift to the college. 





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JIMIVIY DAVIDSON 
Qass President 



BOBBY ROWE 
SGA President 



Class 




Day 



J.irk Savage leads the Alma Mater 





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1961 Graduating Class 



The Deltaires bid adieu 






Delia State students take care of registration. 



David "Boo" Ferriss welcomtj MIC delegate 



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CHUCK MOODY— MIC President 



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MIC Convention 



The semiannual meeting of the Mis- 
sissippi Intercollegiate Council was held 
at Delta State, December 8, 1961. Ap- 
proximately 175 delegates, represent- 
ing the student government associations 
from colleges in Mississippi attended. 



179 



1961 Freddie Black Memorial Award 




180 



DON WARD 



1961 Miss Mississippi Pageant 




SUE JONES 

Second Alternate 



MARY ANN WEBER 



JOYCE K1N(; 
First Alternate 



Dance 








1961 



Concert 



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1961 Best Dressed Girl 




Srt'ond Allenial.' 
ELLEN MOOKE 



LINDA NEWSOME 



First Alternate 
MARY ANN WEBER 



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Home of 
Delta State Coaching Staff 



Athletic Director and Assistant to the President D. M. "BOO" FERRISS 

Head of the Physical Education Department, Tennis and Golf Coach F. E. WYATT 

Football, Head Coach - HORACE McCOLL 

Assistant Football Coach E. B. "GENE" CHADWICK 

Head Basketball Coach __._ -- JOHN RAY RICKS 



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Sports 



PEE WEE MIXON 
Sports Editor 





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Delta State 
Football Coaching Staff 




Horace McCool takes over the hebn this year as 
head football coach for the Statesmen. McCool 
served two years as assistant coach. A native of 
Boyle, Miss. He attended Memphis State Univeryty 
and received the Master's degree at the University 
of Mississippi. 



HORACE McCOOL, Line Coach 



Eugene B. "Gene" Chadwick served as assistant 
coach for the Statesmen this season. Coach Chad- 
wick coached at Laurel High School, Vicksburg 
High and Greenwood before coming to Delta State. 
He served Delta State College 13 years as head 
football coach. 



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GENE CHADWICK, Back Coach 



Serving as student assistant coach this 
seaspn was Bennie Price. Bennie 
served the Statesmen two years as an 
outstanding end, especially on de- 
fense. 

Defensive back coach was Johnny 
Watts. Watts was on the coaching 
staff at Indiana University and played 
football at the UniVersity of Wyo- 
ming. 





Managers: Aubrey Bailey, Murray Sanford, 
Ed Milan, Roy "Guber" Jacks. 



Trainers: Buddy Smith- 
Vaniz, Tommy Crenshaw 



This year, the coaching staff was aided by four managers and 
two trainers. These are the men behind the scenes who keep the 
Statesmen's equipment and players in top physical shape. 

Head manager, Murray "Bubba" Sanford has completed his third 
year with the Statesmen and will return next fall. 




The traditional "huddle" before the kick-off. 



DELTA STATE — 6 
FLORENCE — 9 





BILLY BOWMAN RH 



EDDIE DAVENPORT FB 



The toe of Florence State's Bobby Jackson proved to be 
the winning factor in Deha's 6 to 9 loss to the Lions. Close 
all the way, halfback Billy Bowman scored the Statemen's 
six points, while fullback Eddie Davenport netted 51 yards 
to lead the backs. 

Jim Murphy, center, was the outstanding defense man 
for the Statesmen. He was aided by the entire strong de- 
fensive line, including Harry Ballard. 




JIM MURPHY C 





Delta defense — ready for the snap ! 



HARRY BALLARD T 




LES HENNING LH 



DELTA STATE — 34 
ARKANSAS A.&M. — O 



The Statesmen were 


instilled with the 


phrase "One game 


doesn 


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son," and began to 


prove 


it by stomping 


the Weevils. 








Game statistics: 






DSC A&M 


Total yd. 






355 98 


Rushing 






288 73 


Passing 






67 25 



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WENDELL BLACKWELL RH 



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Wimp intercepts A&M pass, runs 70 yards for a td. 



Sabbatini opens hole for Davis. 



CHESTER NORKIS OB 




DELTA STATE — 32 
JACKSONVILLE STATE. ALA 

Coach McCool took his boys into this big tilt with con- 
fidence. It wasn't long before his confidence was justified, 
for '"Wimp" Blackwell broke the scoring ice in the first 
period and the Statesmen were never behind. 

Sonny Hill QB, Emmett Smith E, and Chester Norris QB, 
were the outstanding offensive men. 

The Delta linemen played a tough game, sending seven 
"Gamecocks" to the side lines. 



Norris carries for DSC. 




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Ryals catches a T.D. pass. 




DELTA STATE — 13 
SOUTHEAST MO. — 6 

Statesman Sonny Hill's 23 yard pass 
to Frank Ryals meant "pay dirt." Ira 
Coats kicked the extra point to give 
Delta a 13 point lead. 

Raymond Bell, T, was voted player 
of the week because of his performance 
in the game. 




RAYMOND BELL T 



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BOB BAIN QB 




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D£ir^ STATE — 48 
TROY STATE ALA. — O 

As the Statesmen bench was cleared 
so was Troy's side of the scoreboard. 

It was a "field-day" for the bac^s. 
Bob Bain, QB, completed two passes to 
total 4 extra points. 

The strong forward line of statesmen 
like "Luke"' Terry and Ralph Sanders 
cleared the way for the backs. 



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Six points fur Delta! 




WILBURN MURPHIE T 



PITTiMAN KEEN T 



EARL COLEMAN C 



DELTA STATE— 14 
HOWARD COLLEGE— 20 

Delta's winning streak was broken. This was the last 
taste of defeat the green-and-white suffered during the 
1961 season. 

Even though Delta lost the game, that doesn't indicate 
the battle that took place. 

The Bulldogs led on the scoreboard but the Statesmen 
led statistic wise, in total yards — rushing and passing. 




JAMES GINN E 





Deltj^defrn-f: 



JAMES JACKSON E 



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King anti W 1 ready u, h.-]|] lirll oul. 



LARRY HENDERSON T 




DELTA STATE— 22 

U. T. MARTIN BRANCH— 8 

The Statesmen sought to avenge the loss to Howard 
College by defeating Martin Branch of Tennessee. The 
Statesmen's offense was at an all time high as they racked 
up 23 first downs while gaining 418 total yards, 346 of 
these on the ground. The defensive unit joined hands to 
hold the Volunteers to five first downs. They held the 
Vols to 22 yards rushing. 

Larry Henderson played an outstanding defensive game. 



PAT HENNINGTON B 





Bowman heads for "pay dirt" 



TOM BARRENTINE C 



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'iRYCE McC(»l I nl (,ll 1. 



Watch that elbow! 




DELTA STATE— 9 
NORTHEAST LA.—O 

The Statesmen turned in a tremen- 
Jous team effort to defeat the Indians. 
All the scoring was Billy Bowman's 
T.D.. Pharr's extra point, and Leonard's 
safety. 

The number one defensive linemen 
were: Sabatini, Taylor, Leonard. They 
were backed up by Defensive Safety 
Bryce McCullough in the secondary. 




IKE TAYLOR G 



JOE SABATIM E 





Get off mv back! 



Raymond! That's Wimp! 



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Hold that line! 




BOB BRUMFIELD QB 




DELTA STATE— 6 
LOUISIANA COLLEGE- 



Delta, led by FB Ira Coates moved 
the ball from their o^vn territory to 
"pay dirt" with just three minutes left 
in the first half. Brumfield's 9 yd. pass 
to Bowman was complete for a T.D. 

Outstanding defensive men were Mit- 
chell, Terry, and Wood. 

Delta held 10-9 advantage in first 
downs, led 155 to 92 in rushing yard- 
age, and completed four of six passes 
for 39 yards to the visitors' three com- 
pletions of 12 attempts for 24 yards. 




NED MITCHELL QB 



IRA COATES FB 




LARRY WOOD FB 



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JAMES BOONE E 




Norris carr>ing for extra yardage. 



DELTA STATE— 26 
OUACHITA COLLEGE— 19 

Although hampered by penalties, in- 
juries and high water, Delta Stale 
easily scored a 26-19 victory over 
Ouachita College in their annual Turkey 
Day Classic. 

In the first five minutes of the game 
"Moon-Pie' Thomas scored one touch- 
down with two more being called back. 
HB. Billy Bowman, scored three T.D.'s 
to lead the DSC scoring. Then Coach 
McCool put in his mighty "Red 
Raiders" to finish the game. Freshman 
G, Errol Bisso, was a standout for the 
"Red Raiders." 





YELL! Louder!! 




Get in the game, Eddi. 



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ERROL BISSO G 



PAUL GARRETT G 



JOHN COVINGTON LHB 




ALECK BROWN RHB 



THE RED RAIDERS 

The "Red Raiders" is a group made 
up of freshmen and red-shirts. This 
brave band of men comprised the un- 
known heroes of the practice field. On 
the field the odds were always against 
them, having the 1st and 2nd teams 
always running play after play at them, 
but they never gave in. 

DSC finished 7th in nation of small 
colleges in rushing. 287 yds. per game. 
7th in nation in total defense. 128 yds. 
per game. 




PHILLIP F4RR FB 



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LITTLE ALL-AMERICAN LES HENMXG 



Delta State halfback Les Henning has been named to the 1961 Williamson's Little AU-American Poll of 
football teams. The fleetfooted star is a graduating senior from Brookhaven, Mississippi. 

Henning stands 5-9 and weighs in at 175. The speedster is a major in Physical Education. While in high 
school, he was the most valuable back and won the sportsmanship trophy for 1957. He lettered four years in 
football, basketball, baseball, and one in track. 

While in college at Colin J.C, he lettered two years in football. Then he transferred to Delta State, there 
he lettered two years in football and one in golf. 

Delta State head coach, Horace McCool. stated that "Les did a tremendous job this year in our left 
halfback spot." 

"He was our leading pass receiver (141 yards in 8 catches), our leading kicker I 36 yards per kick average), 
our leading rusher (502 yards), and our second leading scorer (30 points). We definitely hate to see him 
graduate." 

Commenting on Hennjng's ability, McCool said, "Les shook off minor injuries and showed real spirit and 
desire that every football player must have if he is to succeed. I sincerely believe he is deserving of this 
award." 




The 1961-62 
Delta Statesmen 



COACH JOHN RAY RICKS 




STANDING, left to right: Boland, Upchurch, Barron, Suhowatsky, Jo 
Williams, Parnell, Managers Williams and Rossi, McKay, Hopkins. 

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s, Coach Ricks, Freston, Dowdy, Parsons, Case, Long. KNEELING: 





JACK CASE— 6' 1" 
Bogue Chitto, Miss. 



LARRY DOWDY— 6' 4" 
Kevel, Ky. 




Jumpin' Jack! ! 



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Make way — I'm coming through. 



JOHN LOxNG— 6' 1' 
LaFoUette, Tenn. 





CHUCK PRESTON— 6' 5" 

Cranford, N. J. 



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AL HOPKINS— 5' 10" 
Walnut, Miss. 





BILL UPCHURCH— 6' 2" 
New Castle, Ind. 




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2 points for Punk! 



GRAXDLE BARRON— 6' 3" 

Wheeler, Miss. 





A. C. WILLIAMS— 5' 10" 
Memphis. Tenn. 



Lights, Camera, ACTION! 



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JAY BOLAND— 6' 2" 

Kinston, Ala. 





JOHN McKAY— 5' W 
Madison, Ind. 




Lei's go, Ja 



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Coming in for a lay-up. 



DEAN PANNELI^6' 2" 
Booneville, Miss. 





Looks like a tie! 



Let 'um have it, coach! 



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Make that hook shot! 




ROBERT PARSONS— 6' 3" 
West Lincoln. Miss. 





Delta in the lead. 



Make that basket! 



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Down the court, Jack. 





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RUSSELL JONES— 6' 5" 
Henderson, Ky. 



STEVE SUHOWATSKY— 6' 6" 

Maplewood, N. Y. 



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Baseball -1961 



It was a ivet season for Coach "Boo" Ferriss 
and the Delta State baseball squad in 1961, as 
they had six contests washed out. However, they 
finished the season with a 10-6 rating, which in- 
cluded several outstanding games that were played 
in unfavorable weather. 




'■BOO"' FERRISS 




STANDING: Coach "Boo" Ferriss. Jackie Crocker, Fred Rossi, Tommy Crenshaw, Steve LaMastus, Don Ward, Don Skelton, Robert 
McGraw, Jimmy Fisackerly, Jack Busby. SEATED: "Ace" Williams, "Luke" Terry, Johnny McCloud, Monroe Williams, Jimmy 
Hathcock, F. E. Allegrezza. and '"Flip" Sullivan. 



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1961 Delta State CoUeQ:e Baseball Season 



DELTA STATE^-.... 4 

DELTA STATE _ 3 

DELTA STATE 9 

DELTA STATE. 9 

DELTA STATE 11 

DELTA STATE 12 

DELTA STATE 6 

DELTA STATE 6 

DELTA STATE 8 

DELTA STATE 7 

DELTA STATE 13 

DELTA STATE 7 

DELTA STATE 4 

DELTA STATE 1 

DELTA STATE.. 1 

DELTA STATE 18 



OLE MISS 21 

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN 2 

JACKSONVILLE STATE ...11 

JACKSONVILLE STATE _.. 8 

MILLSAPS 5 

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 7 

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 

MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 7 

MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 6 

FLORENCE STATE 2 

ARKANSAS A&M 7 

ARKANSAS A&M 6 

MISSISSIPPI STATE 5 

MISSISSIPPI STATE .10 

MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 4 

MILLSAPS 3 



Shortstop Monroe Williams was the green-and-white"s leading hitter with a husky .349 average. The young 
diamond star from Jackson. Miss., also claimed the most hits as he polled 22 safeties and the most doubles as 
he slammed three. 

Other Statesmen diamond standouts who led the squad past such opponents as Mississippi College, Missis- 
sippi Southern. Illinois Wesleyan and Millsaps were Fred Rossi.' who was the RBI leader with 17, Don Ward, 
who blasted four homers to lead in that department — he also had a .305 batting average, and F. E. Allegrezza, 
who led in triples with three while hitting at a .340 clip. 

The Most Valuable Player, Tommy Crenshaw, did a fine job behind the plate, while posting a .308 batting 
average. 

Pitching was abundant for the Deltans and their coach, Dave "Boo" Ferriss, knew how to handle that de- 
partment. A. C. "Ace" Williams lost a heartbreaker to Mississippi State, 4-5, but posted a fine 3-2 record. Luke 
Terry boasted a respectable 2-1, his only loss being a one run defeat in the last inning at Mississippi Southern. 
Jackie Crocker plodded through to a 2-3 mark. Three other hurlers posted 1-0 records in the persons of Jim 
Fisackerly and Robert McGraw. 



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Baseball Letteririen 



F. E. Allegrezza 


OF 


Shaw 


Don Ward 


OF 


Laurel 


Jerry "Flip" Sullivan 


2B 


Louisville 


Jimmy Fisackerly 


P 


Morton 


Robert McGraw 


P 


Inverness 


Roy "Luke" Terry 


P 


Kosciusko 


Jackie Crocker 


P 


Vance 


Tommy Crenshaw 


C 


Clarksdale 


A. C. Williams 


P-OF 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Monroe Williams 


ss 


Jackson 


Don Skelton 


OF 


Leland 


Jimmy Hathcock 


3B 


Cary 


Fred Rossi 


IB 


GiUett, N. J. 



Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Freshman 



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Don shows "Flip" how it's done. 



"FLIP" SULLIVAN 



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A. C. WILLIAMS 






p.!*..-'? ' . - -Iff 

JIMMY HATHCOCK 



Jimmy's ready — where's the ball? 



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Fred Rossi in action! 





FRED ROSSI 



JOHNNY McCLOUD 




Coach "BOO" FERRISS was pleased with the season 



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Orijanizations Editor 
SAKA VALENCINO 




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INTER-ORGANIZATIONS COUNCIL 



LAZETTE ASHLEY 

BOB BAKER 

JULIE BROOKHART 

RUTH BROOKS - 

SAMMY BROUSSARD „. 

BOB BRUMFIELD 

LADY JANE CASTLE ... 

SUE DIXON 

NORMA HALL 

TOM HINDERSON 

PAT LEWIS 

JO ANN LOVE 

KENNETH MIXON 

BOBBY MOORE 

JEAN NEAL 

CECILE NIX 

ARLENE PEYTON 

GLORIA POAG 

MARVIN RANDALL 

JAMES STEEN 

IKE TAYLOR _ 

FRANCES TOMLINSON 

SARA VALENCINO 

MARY ANN WEBER 



Women's Athletic Association 
Delta Playhouse 



Music Educator's National Conference 

Baptist Student Union 

Men's Honor Council 

"M" Club 

„.. BROOM; Omega Phi 



Association of Childhood Education 

__ Pi Omega Pi 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 

Student Government Association 

Westminster Fellowship 

Pi Gamma Mu 

„ Cavaliers 

Women's Honor Council 

Del tones 

Delhecons 

Debate Club' 

Veteran's Club 



Delta Alpha Omega 

Physical Education Major's Club 
Kappa Deita Pi; Young Women's Association 

Alpha Psi Omega 

Chi Delta 



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STUDEiSr GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 



PAT LEWIS 



President 



AL HOPKINS Vice-President 

DAVE HEFLIN Social Vice-President 

DOLORES BAGLEY Secretar)- 

SEYMOUR ROBINSON Treasurer 

RUBY TURNER Publicity Chairman 




Pat Lewis 
President 



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WOMEN'S HONOR COUNCIL 




OFFICERS 

JEAN NEAL President 

PAT WICKER Vice-President 

CHARLENE BAGWELL .._.. Secretary 



Carolyn Bennett 
Robbie Cox 
Bonnie Crawford 
Cathy Davis 
Ann Deakle 
Arias Dickson 
Sue Dixon 
Elizabeth Eidson 
Louise Elliot 



MEMBERS 



Ann Hackleman 
Francis Moore 
Shelby Powell 
Jane Ruth 
Pat Sanders 
Pat Smith 
Thelma Tucker 
Martha Claire Wood 



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Jean Neal 
President 




MEN'S HONOR COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 

SA.\I BROUSSARD President 

JOHN DYESS _ Vice-President 

RICHARD CHESTEEN _._ Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Kenneth Banks 
Jack Bishop 
Bob Brumfield 
Ronald Camp 
Lynn Ethridge 
Terrance Goodbread 



Bobbv HoweU 
David Martin 
James Miller 
Percy Peeler 
Ronald Schyler 
Paul Webster 




Sam Broussard 
President 



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THE BROOM STAFF 




DIVISION HEADS 



BETTY ANDREWS 

SARA VALENCINO _ 
BRENDA STANFORD . 

PEE WEE MIXON 

REBA LEIGH _ 

CAROL MANNING 

PEGGY GENTRY __ 



._ Assistant Editor 

Organizations 

Features 

Sports 

Special Events 

Campus Life 

Art Editor 



BOBBY MOORE Business Manager 




STAFF MEMBERS 



delores bagley 
charlene bagwell 
betty branch 
robbie campbell 
>l\ry carmichael 
pe(;gy gates 
martha coleman 
vicky coury 
barbara hancock 
louise elliot 



LEE LONG 

MARY ANN McCUAN 
NANCY MANNING 
LATTRA MOORE 
MICKEY O'MALLEY 
CHURLOTTE POOLE 
BETTY ROZIER 
KAY SHROPSHIRE 
LUCRETIA SMITH 
CAROL ANN WILSON 



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Lady Jane Castle 
Editor 



MISS DELTA STAFF 



STANDING, left to right: Lady Jane Castle, Ned Mitchell, George Hancock, Pat Smith, Fred 
Ferguson, James Townes, Editor; Betty Andrews, Circulation Manager; Ann Lamon, Sara 
Valencino. 

SEATED, left to right: Larrj- Lidell, Becky Dalton, Mary Stockton, Dave Heflin, Carol Manning. 



The MISS DELTA Staff is composed of both journalism students and those who 
have merely elected to acquire some experience in this field. 

The MISS DELTA, the college newspaper, has acquired a number of national 
awards for over-all composition and departmental aspects. Circulating among the 
students on a bi-monthly basis, the MISS DELTA keeps the students informed 
through timely discussions of world affairs and campus events. 



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INTER-FAITH COUNCIL 




OFFICERS 

PATRICIA SMITH - President 

TOM BARRENTINE Vice-President 

JO ANN LOVE Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

CHRISTINE BREEDLOVE Baptist 

RUTH BROOKS Baptist 

COLBERT CROWE Methodist 

FRED FERGUSON Catholic 

MARY ANN McCUAN Christian 




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YOUm WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS and MEMBERS 



Joyce Allison 
Gail Bolian 
Christine Breedlove 
Ruth Brooks 
Jane Burgin 
Norma Bums 
Sandra Chaney 
Linda Covington 
Emily Duckworth 

Literature Chairman ; 

Mission Study Chairman 
Joyce Guntharp 

Progress Chairman; 

Prayer Chairman 
Barbara Harpole 
Shirley Harrison 
Norma Hicks 



Delores Hulling 
Pat Innman 
Doris Jackson 
Lilly Jue 
Jo Mary Key 
Genelle Lott 
Beverly Mabus 
Reba ^lills 

Steivardship 
Alyra Moore 

Publicity 
Linda Oakes 
Arlene Payton 

Treasurer 
Nancy Perry 

Vice-President 



Shelby PoweU 

Secretary 
Louise Proctor 
Rosalsand Rhodes 
Mary Roberts 

Music Chairman 
Dinah Rotenberry 

Social Chairman 
Lynette Russell 
Jane Ruth 

Community Missions 
Donna Starnes 
Thelma Tucker 
Francis Warsham 
Bonnie Whaley 




Frances Tomlinson 
President 



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WESLEY FOUNDATION 



OFFICERS 

TOM BARRENTINE President 

COLBERT CROWE Vice-President 

HELEN GORDON Recording Secretary 

CAROL ANN WILSON _ Corresponding Secretary 

BETTY CAMPBELL Treasurer 




-CHAIRMEN 

Ben Bailey 
Robbie Campbell 
Sue Dixon 
Linda Fisher 
Bobby Howell 
Parks Johnson 
Hathy Lovorn 
Mary Agnes Moore 
Bill Sultan 
Gerry Sultan 
David Turner 
Bill Upchurch 
Lamar Willis 
Cookie Wright 




Tom Barrentine 
President 




BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



OFFICERS 

RUTH BROOKS ... _ President 

TOMMY HENDERSON Vice-President 

CH.\RLES MARTIXDALE Enlistment Chairman 

JANE BURGI\ Secretary 

HOWARD DODD Social Chairman 

AARON RIGGERS . Devotional Chairman 

CHRISTINE BREEDLOVE Noonday Chairman 

ANN DOCKERY Noonday Chairman 

DINAH ROTENBERRY Missions Chairman 

LYNETTE RUSSELL Student Center Chairman 

CHARLES SANDERS Publicity Chairman 

MYRA MOORE Music Chairman 

PATRICIA DUNLAP Sunday School Representative. Immanuel 

EMILY DUCKWORTH Training Un^on Representative. First Baptist 

JOYCE MONTGOMERY Training Union Representative. Immanuel 

FRANCES TOMLINSON . 1 Y.W.A. Representative 




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WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 





OFFICERS 

JO ANN LOVE _^ President 

MARY SOWELL Vice-President 

MARY STOCKTON Secretary-Treasurer 

LANCE WICKWIRE Inter-Faith Council; 

Synod Council 

HARVEY JOHNSTON Outings Chairman 

MARTHA COLEMAN Fellowship 

JIMMY THOMPSON Outreach 



MEMBERS 



Pam Catledge 
Ann Dancy 
Lee Long 
Lou McCormick 



Emmie Lou Mooney 
Patricia Shelton 
Georgia Wise 
Faye Walker 



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THE DELTONES 



OFFICERS 

CECILE MX _ President 

CAROLYN McELROY .... Vice-President 

MARGARET CARRAWAY Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 
FIRST ROW: 

Cecile Nix 
Barbara Arnold 
Marty Carroll 
Nancy Bardin 
Miss Donna McHenr 
Betty Love 
Margaret Carraway 
Reba Leigh 
Vir^ie Yeager 



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MEMBERS 
SECOND ROW: 

Julie Brookhart 
Linda Thweatt 
Pat Forbes 
Mary Ann McCuan 
Rebecca Ward 
Betty Campbell 
Nancy Fletcher 
Carolyn McElroy 
Jane Burgin 




MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE 



OFFICERS 

JULIE BROOKHART President 

PERCY PEELER Vice-President 

CAROLYN BALL Secretary 

JANE BURGIN Treasurer 

CHRISTINE BREEDLOVE Social Chairman 

MARGARET CARR.AWAY Reporter 

MEMBERS 

Letha Cole Charles Martindale 

James Cooper Myra Moore 

Ann Deakle Mary Roberts 

Charles Ellington Marilyn Shields 

Bill Fortenberrv Carolyn Sholes 

Steve Lamasters Lenora Stegall 

Chris Lewis V. J. Stegall 

Sara Mallory Virgie Yeager 




Julie Brookhart 
President 



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THE STRING QUARTET 



DR. BERTRAM DAVIS first violinist 

PATRICIA FORBES second violinist 

BETTY LANE ANDREWS cellist 

DR. RALPH HITT violist 



The string quartet was organized in 1960 to provide its members an opportunity 
for continuing and furthering their musical abilities. Since then the quartet has 
made several public appearances on the campus in conjunction with other music 
organizations. 



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INTER-SORORITY COUNCIL 



OFFICERS and REPRESEMATIVES 

LADY JANE CASTLE President Omega Phi 

KAY KAY TURNER Secretary _ „ Chi Delta 

CAROLYN BIANCA Representative Chi Delta 

ANN LAMON -— Representative Omega Phi 

JEAN NEAL Representative Omega Phi 

MARY ANN WEBER Representative Chi Delta 



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I Ned Mitchell 

Representative; D.A.O. 



INTER-FRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 




James Steen 
Treasurer 




Bobby Moore 
Representative; Cavaliers 



Seymour Robinson 
President 



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KAPPA DELTA PI 




OFFICERS 

FRANCES TOMLINSON President 

NED MITCHELL Vice-President 

RUTH BOYD Secretary 

IRIS BRANTELY Treasurer 

JOYCE GUNTHARP Historian 



Bob Brumfield 
Jackie Crocker 
Peggy Lusk 
Nancy Perry 
Joan Sims 
Jeanette Tarsi 
Mary Vickers 



MEMBERS 

Miss Mabel Brister 
Miss Carol Brumby 
Miss Gladys Castle 
Miss Berdie Hale 
Miss Kathryn Keener 
Miss Nell Lawler 
Mrs. Donnie McDonald 



Mr. Mac McRaney 

Mrs. John White Valentine 

Dr. Eleanor Walters 

Dr. Foster Wilkinson 

Dr. A. L. Young 

Dr. H. Jacpbs. Counselor 



Frances Tomlinson 
President 



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PI OMEGA PI 



NORMA HALL 

SANDRA YOUNG _ 
LOUISE WEBSTER 
LLNDA LEA 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Historian 




MEMBERS 

Bobbetle Clienault 
Barbara Harpole 
Carolyn McElroy 
Miss Betty Donald 
Mr. John Gibson 



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PI GAMMA MU 




OFFICERS 

KENNETH MIXON President 

GERRY SULTAN Vice-President 

CAROL BRUMBY (not pictured) Secretary-Treasurer 

W. F. LaFORGE (not pictured) Faculty Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

HoUis Johnson Betty Rozier 

Nancy Perry Jeanette Tarsi 



Kenneth Mi.xon 
President 



PI KAPPA DELTA 




GLORIA POAG President 

FRANK CRAWFORD Vice-President 

MARGIE SMITH (not pictured) Secretary 

BETTY ANDREWS Corresponding Secretary 

CAROL MANNING 
JIMMY THOMPSON 



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ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



Betty Andrews 
Bob Baker 
Minimve Bradley 




David Heflin 
Earl Latham 
Jerry Peyton 



Sara Valencino 
President 



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PHI MU ALPHA SINFOMA 




OFFICERS 
TOMMY HENDERSON 


President 


CHARLES MARTINDAT.F. 




JAjVIES COOPER 






RONALD SCHUYLER 




Warden 


V. J. STEGALL 




Pledgemaster 


BEN BAILEY 




Historian 




MEMBERS 
John Aycock 
Howard Dodd 
Percy Peeler 
John Ramey 
Peter White 





Tommy Henderson 
President 



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MEMBERS 

Allen Ambrose 
Courtney Carson 
Glen Coker 
Lynn Etheridge 
Fred Ferguson 
Mike Greer 
Tommy Griffin 




MEMBERS 

Jim Harrison 
Penny Moss 
Fred Rayburn 
Vick Robbins 
Billy Robinson 
Ronnie Steed 
Tommy Terrell 



OFFICERS 

ROBERT HODGE - President 

BILLY SWAFFORD Vice-President 

WILLIAM RORIE -- Secretary-Treasurer 

HENRY EDMISTON Pledge Master 



SKUA THETA PSl 




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Bobby Moore 
President 



CAVALIERS 

OFFICERS 

BOBBY MOORE President 

SEYMOUR ROBINSON Vice-President 

PERCY PEELER Secretary 

PAT OWEN Treasurer 

DAVID HEFLIN Social Chairman; 

Publicity Director 

MONROE WILLIAMS Chaplain 

JOHN DYESS Pledge Master 

MITCHELL SWANN _ -.. Historian 

DOYLE GARRETT Community Relations 

PAT LEWIS Student Government Relations 



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DELTA ALPHA OMEGA 



ACTIVE iVIEMBERS AND OFFICERS 

JIM STEEN - - - President 

AL HOPKINS - Vice-President 

LEIGH SANDERS Secretary 

FRANK BRIDGES .• -.. Treasurer 

CLINT FLETCHER Pledge Master 

JERRY PEYTON Scholarship Chairman 

FRED CRIBBS Rush Chairman 

DOUGH FERRIS I.F.C. Representative 

BOB BRUMFIELD Historian 

RONNIE GUEST Chaplain 

GAIL DAVIS Sergeant at Anns 

FOSTER HOLLINGSWORTH Social Committee 

PARKS JOHNSON . Social Committee 

NED MITCHELL Parliamentarian 

JOHN RAMEY Social Committee 

GLENN SEXTON Social Committee 



PLEDGES 

Audrey Bailey 
Bob Bain 
Ed Bibb 
Jack Bishop 
Ben Bogy 
Tom Fisher 
Fred Foster 
Rodney Garrison 
Jack Gazelle 
Nicky Griffith 
Johnny Hudson 
Peter Jernberg 
Edd Milam 
Pat Nations 
Pete Peden 
Mike Robinson 
David Shanks 
Jimmy Smith 
Myron ToUison 
Larry Wood 




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CHI DELTA 




ACTIVES 



Mary Ann Weber 
President 



Betty Jo Abraham 
Dolores Bagley 
Carolyn Bianca 
Pat Burney 
Martha Coleman 
Ann Deakle 
Nancy Edmonds 
Sharon Gary 
Shula Gary 
Glenda Grittman 
Norma Hall 



Audrey Hazzard 
Brenda Hill 
Joyce King 
Gloria Poag 
Brenda Prevvitt 
Betty Ross 
Patricia Smith 
Kay Kay Turner 
Ruby Turner 
Carol Ann Wilson 
Martha Claire Wood 



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CHI DELTA 




PLEDGES 




Linda Cain 




Linda Kelly 


Robbie Campbell 




Linda Lea 


Virginia Carpenter 




Rebecca Legg 


Faye Carroll 




Patsy McKenzie 


Peggy Cates 




Nancy McDonald 


Carolyn Chennault 




Martha Newman 


Robbie Sue Cox 




Peggy O'Neal 


Bonnie Crawford 




Margaret Reaves 


Cathy Davis 




Brenda Stanford 


Mary Jane De j\Ione\ 




Norma Vance 


Linda Fisher 




Babs Walker 


Georgina Friend 




Faye Walker 


Pat Greer 




Lou Wilson 


Joanna Harvey 




Ann Winstead 


Delia Hollarn 







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Lady Jane Castle 
President 



OMEGA PHI 

OFFICERS and ACTIVES 

LADY JANE CASTLE President 

LATTRA MOORE -.-- Vice-President 

RUTH BOYD Secretary 

SARA BROWNING Treasurer 

PEGGY LUSK Parliamentarian 

PEGGY GENTRY Historian 

JO ANN WOLFE Social Chairman 

CAROL SANDERS - - Pledge Mistress 

JEAN NEAL Inter-Sorority Representative 

ANN LAMON Inter-Sorority Representative 

PAT WICKER .- -- Conductress 

MEMBERS 

Bettye Branch Claudette Curtis 

Diane Brown Becky Dalton 

Chalie Carroll Arias Dickson 

Martha Carroll Carolyn Fauver 

Barbara Clifton Sandv Feldman 




Cecilia Franco 
Patricia Forbef 
Judy Garren 
Anita Griffin 
Warrene Hanks 
Linda Lea 
Reba Leigh 
Francis Moore 
Sadie Mae Ringold 
Frances Savage 
Gerrv Sultan 



Gwen Bro^vn 
Lucy Canizaro 
Gloria Cefalu 
Paula Grezaffi 
Martha Ann Nelms 
Jackie Posey 
Betsy Ross 
Polly Satchfield 
Celeste Sullivan 
Charlie Venuti 



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DELTA PLAYHOUSE 



OFFICERS 

BOB BAKER _ President 

JACKIE CROCKER First Vice-President 

DAVID HEFLIN Second Vice-President 

BETTY ANDREWS Chairman, Play Reading Committee 

MEMBERS 

Jo Agnew Pat Innman 

Mimmye Bradley Dot Jeffcoat 

Vicky Coury Earl Latham 

Barbara Hancock Lee Long 

Larry Hogue Jerry Peyton 

Sara Valencino 



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DEBATE CLUB 







"MEMBERS 
Frank Crawford 
Al Hopkins 
Anita Pierce 
Gloria Poag 
Vick Robbins 




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ASSOCIATION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 




Adolph Acri 
Sally Adams 
Lyndra Allison 
Martha Arrington 
Maurine Black 
Bettye Branch 
Dorothy Brannon 
Louise Brantley 
Ruth Brooks 
Sara Browning 
Tot Buckley 
Pat Burney 
Jamie Chiles 
Floyd Clemmens 
Martha Crawford 
Jo Ann Dorman 
Dianne Drener 
Mary Lou Dudley 
Linda Dunlap 
Patricia Dunlap 
Betty Eddins 



Peggy Edwards 
Virginia Emmons 
Josephine Ferri 

Scribe 
Linda Fisher 
Larry Givens 

Publicity 
Helen Gordon 
Jack Hall 
Helen Hancock 
Mittie Henton 
Brenda Hill 

Reporter 
Dolores Huffman 
Dolores Hulling 
Mary Jeffcoat 
Geralsine Jenkins 
Fonda Keith 
Joyce King 
Rebecca Legg 



Reba Leigh 

Vice-President 
Joyce Logan 
Genelle Lott 
Bonnie McClure 
Glinda Mabus 
Martha Malone 
Levenia Maxwell 
Billie Meadows 
Mary Moore 
Linda Murphy 
Jean Neal 
Linda Newman 
Martha Newman 
Nancy Perry 
Dot Prevost 
Etoile Rice 
Dorothy Riddle 
Christine Rushing 
Jane Ruth 



Joan Sims 

Treasurer 
Lucretia Smith 
Jeanie Snyder 
Jeanette Tarsi 
Linda Thweatt 
Nona Tiller 
Fave Towles 
Ruth Towles 
Vivian Tribble 
Marilee Van Cleve 
Mary Vickers 
Lynn Watkins 
Mamie Williamson 
Carol Ann Wilson 
Sharon Ann Winstead 
kathryn Woolridge 
Carolyn Worsham 
Glenda Wright 
Cookie Wright 



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DELHECOm 



OFFICERS 



ARLEXE PEYTON 

RUTH BOYD 

MARTHA FLOYD 



MEMBERS 



Pat Aubery 
Gwen Brown 
Bettye Baskers 
Ellen Bailey 
Carolyn Bianca 
Lady Jane Castle 
Linda Carvon 
Jeanette Crowder 
Ann Dancy 
Sandv Fieldman 
Ella Gill 
De Lois Hardy 
Glenda Hutchenson 



President 

Vice-President 

Social Chairman 



Brenda Long 
Ann Miller 
Nancy Nelson 
Martha Neil 
Jeanette Nichols 
Louise Proctor 
Glenda Rogers 
Shirley Rodgers 
Janet Schider 
Joyce Steadman 
Christine Scruggi 
Pat Thompson 
Norma Vance 





INTRAMURAL COUNCIL 



STANDING, left to right: Katliy Lovorn, Kenneth Rencher, Martha Pharr, James Turner, 
Lazette Ashley, Robert Logan. SEATED r Miss Margaret Wade, Mr. Forest Wyatt. 



The purpose of the Intramural Council is to promote all forms of physical activity 
which makes for health and efficiency. It encourages good sportsmanship and clean 
playing. The Council represents one of many organizations on the campus which 
offers leisure-time activity to the student body. 



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WOMEN'S AHTLETIC ASSOCIATION 



Dianne Bastari 
Sherron Bennett 
Linda Britt 
Mary Jo Brock 
Linda Cain 
Lucy Canizaro 
Chalie Carroll 
Pam Catledge 
Carolyn Chennault 
Sandra Crowell 
Claudette Curtis 
Mary Jane De Money 
Martha Floyd 
De Lois Hardy 
Martha Lauderdale 



Carol Manning 
Lattra Mopre 
Linda Murphey 
Celeste Myers 
Janie Newman 
Janette Nichols 
Janice Randolph 
Hester Robinson 
Icy Scarborough 
Carol Sheffield 
Mary Jane Sowell 
Bettie Stewart 
Rebecca Webster 
Helen Williams 




OFFICERS 
Betty Campbell, Martha Pharr, Lazette Ashley, Kathy Lovom. 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




Jimmy Alexander 
Joyce Allison 
Lazette Ashley 
Dave Belford 
Errol Bisso 
Wendall Blackwell 
Paul Bouler 
Billy Bowman 
Sandra Brunson 
Lucy Canizaro 
Chalie Carroll 



MEMBERS 

Billy Caston 
Sandra Crowell 
Claudette Curtis 
Fred Foster 
James Franklin 
James Fisackerly 
Paul Garrett 
John Gilbert 
Jimmy Hathcock 
John Hazlip 
Larry Henderson 



Wylie Hilburn 
David Hitchen 
Larry Hodge 
Willie Home 
Richard James 
Tommy Jens 
Peter Jernberg 
Pittman Keen 
Martha Lauderdale 
Robert Logan 



OFFICERS 
SEATED, left to right: Ike Taylor, President; Kenneth 
Rencher, Vice-President; Forest Wyatt, Sponsor. STAND- 
ING: Martha Pharr, Secretary-Treasurer. 



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MAJORS CLUB 



MEMBERS 



Kathy Lovorn 
James ^IcClellan 
Nancy McDaniel 
Johnny McLeod 
John jMoore 
Mac Morgan 
Arthur Norwood 
Edmond Pace 
Fred Rossi 
Henry Russell 
Joe Sabbatini 
Charles Shaw 
Carol Sheffield 
Shula Sheffield 
Martha Signa 
Don Skelton 



Emmett Smith 
Pam Smith 
Bettie Stewart 
Billy Strohm 
Morris Stwart 
Roy Terry 
Biliy Pat Thomas 
Jimmy Trotter 
Jackie Tullos 
James Turner 
Billy Tyner 
Sara Valencino 
Mary Ann Weber 
Rebecca Webster 
A. C. Williams 
Helen Williams 



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Bob Brumfield 
President 



M CLUB 



OFFICERS 

BOB BRUMFIELD _ President 

JACKIE CROCKER Vice-President 

PITTMAN KEEN Sergeant at Arms 

MEMBERS 

Jimmy Alexander Philip Farr Benny Pittman 

Larry Arrington Jimmy Fisackerly Henry Russell 

Tom Barrentine Jimmy Hathcock Don Skelton 

Dave Belford John Hazlip Fred Rossi 

Billy Bowman Larry Henderson Ray Terry 

Ira Coates James Hooten Billy Pat Thomas 

Tommy Crenshaw Al Hopkins Jimmy Trotter 

Gail Davis James Jackson A. C. Williams 

Lynn Ethridge Ned Mitchell Monroe Williams 




V 
E 
T 
E 
R 
A 

N 
S 

CLUB 



OFFICERS 

JAMES W. MILLER Adjutant 

JAMES NEWTON Sergeant at Arms 

ROGER EARL Finance Officer 

BILL WISCHMAN Public Information Officer 

MEMBERS 

Joe Barranco 
Ray Butler 
Anthony Correro 
Fred Gibson 
Travis Kendall 
Jim Wischman 




Marvin Randall 
Commander 



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MEMBERS 



Jo Agnew 
Ben Bailey 
Fat Burney 
Ira Coates 
Fred Foster 
Willie Home 
Sue Jones 
Joyce King 



Martha Lauderdale 
Betty Jo Love 
Mary Ann McCuan 
Fred Rossi 
Charles Shoffner 
Martha Signa 
Roy Terry 



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BANK OF CLEVELAND 

The Friendly Bank 
CLEVELAND, MISS. 



T. M. "PINKIE" JONES 
COTTON COMPANY 

CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 



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MISSISSIPPI 

POWER AND LIGHT 

COMPANY 

"Helping Build Mississippi 

for Over 

1/3 of a Century" 

Cleveland, Mississippi 





Compliments of 

COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING 
COMPANY 

CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 




PAUL'S JEWELRY 

Watches Diamonds 

CREDIT 

Cleveland, Mississippi 



NOWELL 




Quality Building Materials 



PHONE VI 3-2731 
CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 



CLEVELAND 
TEA ROOM 

Hiway 6! and 8 
CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 










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Compliments 
of 

KEEN FREEZE 

CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 




Visit the Cleveland Theatres 
for the Best in Entertainment 



ELLIS-CHIEF 



5-10 BEN FRANKLIN 5-10 

C. R. ASHFORD 
Nationally Known — Locally Owned 



SALES fl^^S3>; SERVICE 



KENNEDY MOTORS 



CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 




Complinnents 
of 

THWEATT 
FUNERAL HOME 

CLEVELAND MISSISSIPPI 



Compliments 
of 

BOLIVAR 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 



WEST 
IMPLEMENT CO., INC. 

John Deere Farm Equipment 

and 

West Machine Shop, Inc. 

Custom Work 

CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 



Compliments 
of 

SIMMONS 

Walgreen Agency 
CLEVELAND, MISS. 



LARSON PHOTOGRAPHERS 

1017 Washington Ave. 

GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 

EDison 2-8422 



Portraiture 

Babies Brides 

Children Weddings 

Adults 



Commercial Photography 

Black and White 

or Color 



1961-62 Broom Photographer 



Compliments 
of 

GOODYEAR 
SERVICE STORES 

127 North Street 
Cleveland, Mississippi 

PH. VI 3-3695 
3-3694 



THE BOLIVAR 
COMMERCIAL 

Job Printers — Publishers 
OFFICE SUPPLIES 
PHone VI 3-2776 



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Compliments 
of 

GOLD STAR SUPERMARKET 

"Just Across From the Campus" 
CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 



rARLCDAVlS 




rintind (S^ Publishing 



111-113 SOUTH COURT STREET 



The old order changeth, 
yielding place to new" 





your key . . . 

TO GREATER VALUES 

STERLING'S 
DEPT. STORE 

CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 



CLEVELAND FEDERAL 
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. 

I 1 5 North Street 
CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 

All Savings Deposits Insured lip to $10,000 

Member of Federal Home Loan Bank System 
and Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Cor- 
poration. 



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BERGER'S 

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING 

SHOP 

CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 
VI 3-3791 143 North St. 




is3f/Jd- . "^1^ 



conoN 

BOWL 
LANES 








MASTER 

TIRE 
SERVICE 



Your U. S. Royal Dealer 

412 E. Sunflower Road 

CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 

Ph. Vi 3-3904 



Compliments 
of 

DELTA MOTEL 
& RESTAURANT 

CLEVELAND, MISS. 




MODERN ELECTRONICS 
TV CABLES, INC. 

222 North Street 

PHONE VI 3-3465 

Cleveland, Mississippi 

W. F. CRESS 




LIVINGSTON 
FURNITURE STORE 

CLEVELAND AND CLARKSDALE, 
MISSISSIPPI 



THE DENTON 

MANUFACTURING CO., 

Inc. 

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DEFENBAUGH 
FINANCE COMPANY 

Personal, FHA, Gl, Farm Loans 

Financing Mutual Insurance 

115 COURT STREET 
CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 



CLEVELAND 

Phone 

VI 3-2781 



Ice Cream and 
Creamery Products 




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OWEN'S DRUG STORE 

Guralain Perfume 
Elizabeth Arden and 

DuBarry Cosmetics 
CLEVELAND MISS. 



DIXIE 

TOBACCO & CANDY 

COMPANY 



Cigarette Vending Machines 

Yellow Cab and King Edward Cigars 

YOUR BOLIVAR COUNTY WHOLESALER 



Growing With Delta State College 
SHAW PHONE 356! 



VIRDEN 
BUILDING SERVICES 

'Best Names in Building Supplies' 

401 Sunflower Avenue 

CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 





IT PAYS 

TO TRADE 

AT JAYS 




^WHENINTHEI 
MOOD FOR « 
FINE FOOD 



Compliments 
of 

MICHAEL'S 

SNACK BAR 
& 



MICHAEL'S CAFE 

CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 






Cleveland, Miss. 



Congratulations, Broom Staff 

BOB REDDING PONTIAC CO. 

403 East Sunflower Road 

CADILLAC — PONTIAC — VAUXHALL 

We Service All Makes 



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Lark 



SALES SERVICE 
SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY 

M. C. SIMPSON, Owner 

Telephone: VI 3-4068 

CLEVELAND MISSISSIPPI 



MHGM4r^ 




WARD 
LUMBER COMPANY 

CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 



KAMI EN'S 

'Your Favorite Store Since 1904" 

McGregor and jantzen 

sportswear 

van heusen shirts 

jonathan logan dresses 

deb shoes 




Compliments 


(jh^'^^FLEMiNG^ 


MRS. ALLENE J. HORNE 


^•T4^fejwjJ^ 


Real Estate 
CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 


Compliments 
ot 


Phone VI 3-3071 Res. VI 3-5711 


FLEMING LUMBER CO. 




CLEVELAND, MISSISSIPPI 



DATTLE'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

One of 

MISSISSIPPI'S FINEST 

Cleveland, Miss. 





MARY ANN WEBER 

Miss Delta State 

1962 




Congratulations to 

DELTA STATE COLLEGE 

on its still-continuing 

building program 

Compliments of 

WEBER'S 
ECONOMY GROCERY 

YAZOO CITY 



ESNER MARIE WEBER 

Miss Delta State 

197? 



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Compliments of 

THE CLEVELAND 
STATE BANK 

CLEVELAND MISSISSIPPI 



TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 



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DELTA BRICK 
TILE CO., INC. 



INDIANOLA, MISSISSIPPI 

Phone 1000 

P. O. Box 539 



. 4. „»l' ■;■':'-■■" '"^iai5i^>*ii>i'<s;«.'-: V'-,:A 



S.A"^.a..-.i.i*! 



OLD RIVER BRICK 

SIMULATED USED BRICK 

STRUCTURAL GLAZED FACING TILE 

STRUCTURAL UNGLAZED FACING TILE 

STRUCTURAL SCORED TILE 

MORTAR COLOR 

PAVERS 



We Manufacture the 
Largest Color Variety 
of Quality Face Brick 
in the South. We Are 
Distributors of All 
Colors and Textures: 
Roman, Norman, Standard, 
and Modular Size Brick.