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MRS. PURYEAR 

With sincere love and appreciation we dedicate 
this edition of THE EAGLE to Mrs. Lamar Puryear, 
who is an ornament to her profession, and who, by 
her active interest in student and civic affairs, has 
been a source of guidance and inspiration to us all. 




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A View of Shangri-La, the Gym, 
and the Vocational Shop Building 




The Girls' Dormitory Viewed 
From the Library Window 



cJhe Lr residents I lies sage 




To the members of The Eagle Staff we express appreciation. We 
know that through your efforts the large number of people return- 
ing to us will see a portrayal of the continued progress that has 
been made by Hinds Junior College. The record herein amply 
justifies pride and satisfaction on the part of those who have con- 
tributed toward fhis eventuality. 

— G. M. McLendon. 




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J. H. ABERCROMBIE 
Electrical Motor Repair 



LOLA I. ALLEN 
Secretary and 
Bookkeeper 



H. J. BANKSTON, JR. 
Science 



A. L. BENTON 
Business Manager oi 
Veterans' Housing 
Project 




MRS. J. H. ABERCROMBIE 
Secretary to the 
Co-ordinator 



MRS. EVA ASKEW 
Hostess Girls' Dormitory 



T. T. BEEMON 
Science 



GEORGE BOWLING 
Drafting and Woodwork 



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acuity an 



ministration 



RUTH BOYD 
English 



C. M. BURLESON 
Barbering 



L. KENNETH CLARK 
Business Education 



H. A. COHRAN 
Radio Mechanics 




JOSEPH BRIDEWELL 
Bible 



JIMMIE EL. BYRD 
English 



MRS. KENNETH CLARK 
Secretary to the 
President 



GERTRUDE DAVIS 

English 

Dean of Women 



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L. C. DEVALL, JR. 
Social Science 
Assistant Coach 



CHARLOTTE GARDNER 
Piano 



MARY HALFORD 
Business Education 



MILDRED HERRIN 

Registrar 

Business Education 




HERBERT S. EMIGH 

Science 

Mathematics 



W. H. GIBBES 

High School Principal 

Education 



JOE R. HARRIS 
Social Science 



M. F. HERRING 
Dean of Men 
Education 



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MRS. M. F. HERRING 
Dietitian 



MRS. EDWARD KELSON 
Physical Education 



W. C. LOGGANS 
Machine Shop 



G. L. MOORE 
Co-ordinator 




BEN C. JOHNSON 
Electricity 



DAVID LEWIS, JR. 
Auto Mechanics 



MRS. W. M. McKENZIE 
Psychology 
Refresher English 



T. S. MYERS 
Agriculturist 



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ministration 



J. F. PITTINGER 
Radio Mechanics 



JOHN J. READ 

Coach 

Physical Education 



GRADY L. SHEFFIELD 
Manager of Meat- 
Curing Plant 



LURLINE STEWART 
Mathematics 




MRS., LAMAR PURYEAR 
Mathematics 



MRS. GERTRUDE 

ROWZEE 

Librarian 



C. AUBREY SIEVERS 
Band and Instrumental 
Music 



ANN STONE 
Modern Languages 



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CJacult^ and CLdrninistration 



ALICE C. STRINGER 
Voice 



JACK TRELOAR 
Agriculture 



PERRY WALDVOGEL 
Social Science 
Coach 



FLETA WHITAKER 
Home Economics 




E. A. SUMMERS 
Electricity, Refrigeration, 
Air Conditioning 



HAROLD TURNAGE 

English 

Public Relations 



R. L. WALLACE 
Bible 



C. W. WILLIAMS 
Electrical Refrigeration 
Air Conditioning 



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John S. Virden 




James Ray Bres 



George D. Newman 





Patricia Williams 



Jean Stegall 






Mr. Gibbes 



Miss HaHord 



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PATSY BAKER ,___Brandon, Miss. 

Who's Who, 1; Girls' Chorus, 1; Hind- 
sonian Staff, 2; YWCA, 1, 2; Majofette, 
1, 2; Basketball, 1, 2; Wedding, 1, 2; 
BSU, 1, 2; Lamplighters, 1, 2." 

LOIS BELL Yokena, Miss. 

Christian Endeavor, 1, 2; Basketball, 2; 
Mixed Chorus, 1. 

LOUIS BELL Yokena, Miss. 

Christian Endeavor, 1, 2; Basketball, 2; 
Mixed Chorus, 1. 

MERT BELL Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Who's Who, 1, 2; Basketball, 1, 2; Hind- 
sonian, 1, 2; Mixed Chorus, 2; YWCA, 
1, 2; BSU, 1, 2; Cheerleader, 1, 2; Dra- 
matic Club 2. 



LANELLE BERRYHILL__ .Learned, Miss. 
Mixed Chorus, 1, 2. 

JANE BIGGS Raymond, Miss. 

Band, 1; Basketball, 1, 2. 



LOUIS F. BOTELER Raymond, Miss. 

Basketball, 1, 2; Football, 1, 2; Who's 
Who, 2; Baseball, 1, 2; Track, 1, 2. 



.Learned, Miss. 



DOROTHY BOYD 
Class Voice, 1. 



WILLIAM E. BRENT__ .Raymond, Miss. 
Who's Who, 2; Band, 1. 

JAMES RAY BRES Vicksburg, Miss. 

Who's Who, 1; Class Voice, 1; Mixed 
Chorus, 1; Boys' Glee Club, 1; CYO, 1; 
Football, 1, 2; All-State Quarterback, 1; 
Most Valuable Football Player, 2; Class 
Officer, 1, 2; Basketball, 1, 2; Track, 1, 
2; Baseball, 1, 2. 



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omores 



ALICE BROCK Learned, Miss. 

Girls' Chorus, 1; Mixed Chorus, 2; BSU, 
1, 2. 

LEON BURGESS Bruce, Miss. 

Hindsonian, 2. 

MARGARET CAGLE__ .Raymond, Miss. 
Dramatic Club, 2. 

HUBERT CAMPBELL Benton, Miss. 

Eagle Staff, 2; BSU, 1, 2; Basketball 1; 
Phi Theta Kappa, 2. 

JIM CARBALLO Kosciusko, Miss. 

Football, 1,. 2; Who's Who, 1; Class 
Officer, 1; MYF, 1, 2; All-State, 1; All- 
State Football, Honorable Mention, 2. 

JACKIE CASEY___: Jackson, Miss. 

Girls' Chorus, 1; Majorette, 1, 2; Wed- 
ding, 1. 

AVIS CLARK Raymond, Miss. 

Mixed Chorus, 1, 2. 

FAB AN CLARK Ripley, Miss. 

MARY COLEMAN Carpenter, Miss. 

MYF, 1, 2; Hindsonian, 1, 2; YWCA, 1, 
2; Y Cabinet, 2; Phi Theta Kappa, 1, 2. 

DELORES COSTELLO__Oak Grove, La. 
BSU, 1, 2; YWCA, 1, 2; Basketball, 1. 




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THOMAS CUPIT__ .Union Church, Miss 
MYF, 2; YMCA, 2. 

BRIAN PAT DURST___Catchings, Miss. 
Basketball, 1; Football, 1. 



ELOISE EDMONDS Newton, Miss. 

MYF, 1, 2. 

MARGIE EICHELBERGER. Morton, Miss. 
Girls' Chorus, 1; MYF, 1, 2; YWCA, 1, 
2; Band, 1; Dramatics, 2; Lamplighters, 
1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa, 2. 





ERNESTO A. ELIAS__New Orleans, La. 
Football, 1, 2; Baseball, 1, 2; Golden 
Glove State Champion, 2; Hindsonian, 
2. 

WINNIE RUTH FILES Jackson, Miss. 

MYF, 2. 




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VASURE GIBSON__Blue Springs, Miss. 
Basketball, 1, 2. 

JAMES B. GLEASON. -Raymond, Miss. 
MYF, 1, 2; Football, 1. 



CHRISTINE GOOCH Jackson, Miss. 

Girls' Chorus, 1; YWCA, 1, 2; MYF, 1, 
2; Eagle Staff, 2; Mixed Chorus, 2; Phi 
Theta Kappa, 2. 

MARGARET S. GOOCH Jackson, Miss. 
Eagle Staff, 1; Girls' Chorus, 1; MYF, 
1, 2; YWCA, 1, 2. 



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GEORGE ). GRAVA Pottsville, Pa. 

Football, 1, 2; Baseball, 1, 2; Track, 1, 2; 
Basketball, 1. 

CHARLES H. GRIFFIN Utica, Miss. 

Hindsonian, 2; Christian Endeavor, 1; 
YMCA, 1. 

JOYCE HERRING Raymond, Miss. 

Who's Who, 1, 2; Girls' Chorus, 1; 
Mixed Chorus, 1; Hindsonian, 1, 2; BSU, 
1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa, 1, 2; Y Cabinet, 
2; Dramatics Club, 2; Wedding, 2. 

NEAL D. HOLLINGS WORTH 

Terry, Miss. 

ORION PAT HORNE Jackson, Miss. 

Basketball, 1. 

CHARLIE W. HORTON___Tunica, Miss. 
Who's Who, 2; Football, 1, 2; Baseball, 
1, 2. 

JOE E. HORTON Jackson, Miss. 

Football, 1; BSU, 1. 

KENNETH C. HUTCHINSON 

Jackson, Miss. 

Football, 2; BSU, 2. 

CLARENCE E. IVEY Utica, Miss. 

MYF, 1, 2; YMCA, 2. 

DORIS JOHNSON _ _.. Morton, Miss. 

Mixed Chorus, 1, 2; Hindsonian, 2; 
MYF, 1, 2; Band, T, 2; Lamplighters, 1, 
2; YWCA, 1, 2; Class Voice, 1, 2; Girls' 
Chorus, 1, 2. 




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DOT JOHNSON Morton, Miss. 

Mixed Chorus, 1, 2; Hindsonian, 2; 
MYF, 1, 2; YWCA, 1, 2; Band, 1, 2; 
Lamplighters, 1, 2; Wedding, 2; Who's 
Who, 2; Class Voice, 1, 2; Girls' 
Chorus, 1, 2. 

JAMES S. JOHNSON 

Walnut Grove, Miss. 

BSU, 1, 2; Band, 1, 2; Basketball, 1. 

BETTY LEE JONES Jackson, Miss. 

Wedding 2. 

CLARENCE C. JONES -Raymond, Miss. 

GWENDOLYN JONES. _ Jackson, Miss. 
Girls' Chorus, 2; BSU, 1, 2; Wedding, 2; 
Lamplighters, 1; YWCA, 1, 2. 

JANE ANN JONES Jackson, Miss. 

Mixed Chorus, 2. 

IRENE KENNEDY Brandon, Miss. 

Who's Who, 2. 

ELAINE LEE Brookhaven, Miss. 

BSU, 1, 2; Y Cabinet, 2; Basketball, 1, 
2; Dramatic Club, 2; Lamplighters, 2; 
YWCA, 1, 2; Miss H.J.C., 2. 

ROBERT G. McKISSACK- -Bolton, Miss. 
Basketball, All-State, 1; Basketball, 1, 2. 

MARJORIE McRAE Garyville, La. 

MYF, 1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa, 1, 2; Y 
Cabinet, 2; Wedding, 1; Eagle Staff, 1. 



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INA MAE MARTIN 
Raymond, Mississippi 
Bakketball, 1,2. 

HARVEY J. MASHBURN 
Raymond, Mississippi 
YMCA, 2. 

RUBY MAXWELL 
Sontag, Mississippi 
BSU, 1, 2; Lamplighters, 1; Girls' 
Chorus, 1. 

OTHEL W. MENDROP 
Vicksburg, Mississippi 
Who's Who, 1; Glee Club, 1; BSU, 
1, 2; YMCA, 2; Basketball, 1, 2; Foot- 
ball, 1; Class Officer, 1; Track, 1, 2; 
Football Manager, 2; Class Voice, 1; 
Mixed Chorus, 1. 

JAMES T. MONK 
Jackson, Mississippi 
Football, 1, 2; Little Ail-American, 2; 
All State, 2. 

SUE MORGAN 

Saltillo, Mississippi 

BSU, 1, 2; Y Cabinet, 2; Phi Theta 

Kappa, 1,2. 

HENRY E. MYERS 

Pelahatchie, Mississippi 
Glee Club, 1; BSU, 1,2. 

LILLIE MAE NAIL 
Duck Hill, Mississippi 
Basketball, 1, 2; YWCA, 1, 2; BSU, 
1, 2; Mixed Chorus, 2; Wedding, 2. 

GEORGE DEWEY NEWMAN 
Utica, Mississippi 
Class Officer, 2; BSU, 1, 2. 

HUGH NOBLE 

Anguilla, Mississippi 

Boys' Chorus, 1; Band, 1, 2; MYF, 

1, 2. 




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BILL C. ODOM 

Stonewall, Mississippi 
BSU, 1, 2; Eagle Staff, 2. 

WOODROW W. OGDEN 
Natchez, Mississippi 
Eagle Staff, 2. 

FRANCES PRICE 
Prentiss, Mississippi 
BSU, 1, 2; YWCA, 2; Lamplighters, 2. 

ELIZABETH RASBERRY 
Flora, Mississippi 

MYF, 1, 2; Dramatics Club, 2; Lamp- 
lighters, 2; Majorette, 2; Carnival 
Queen, 2; Who's Who, 2. 

CLAUDINE RAWLS 
Shivers, Mississippi 
Mixed Chorus, 2; Girls' Chorus, 1; 
BSU, 1, 2; Lamplighters, 1, 2; YWCA, 
1, 2. 

NANCY JOAN READ 
Raymond, Mississippi 
Mixed Chorus, 1, 2; CYO, 1; Eagle 
Staff, 2; Class Voice, 1, 2; Girls' 
Chorus, 1, 2. 

CHARLES R. RISER 
Raymond, Mississippi 

GEORGE W. SMITH 
Greenwood, Mississippi 
Who's Who, 1; Mixed Chorus, 2; 
MYF, 1, 2; Band, 1, 2; Football, 1, 2; 
Boys' Glee Club, 1; YMCA, 2; All 
State Football Honorable Mention, 1; 
Class Officer, 1; Track, 1, 2; Class 
Voice, 1, 2; Mixed Chorus, 1, 2. 

LYDUMAH STANLEY 

Goshen Springs, Mississippi 

Mixed Chorus, 2; Girls' Chorus, 1; 

BSU, 1, 2; YWCA, 1, 2; Class Voice, 2. 

BOBBYE STATON 
Walnut Grove, Mississippi 
Girls' Chorus, 1; Mixed Chorus, 2; 
BSU, 1, 2; Dramatic Club, 2; Lamp- 
lighters, 2; Class Voice, 1, 2. 



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JEANNE STEGALL Morton, Miss. 

Girls' Chorus, 1; BSU, 1, 2; Y Cabinet, 
2; Band, 2; Dramatic Club, 2; Lamp- 
lighters, 1; Mixed Chorus, 2; Who's 
Who, 2; Class Officer, 2. 

A. J. STENNETT Mize, Miss. 

MYF, 1, 2; YMCA, 2; Mixed Chorus, 2; 
Phi Theta Kappa, 2; Class Voice, 2. 

SUE STEWART Brandon, Miss. 

Mixed Chorus, 1, 2; YWCA, 2; BSU, 1, 2. 

TRAVIS I. STEWART. -Batesville, Miss. 
Glee Club, 2; BSU, 1, 2. 

KATHERINE STRINGER, . Jackson, Miss. 
Who's Who, 1, 2; BSU, 1, 2; Y Cabinet, 
2; Basketball, 1, 2; Wedding, 1, 2; 
Cheerleader, 2. 

WILLIAM N. STRINGER. —Terry, Miss: 

ELSIE SWEENEY Raymond, Miss. 

Mixed Chorus, 1, 2. 

ANNIE LOU SYKES 

., Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Girls' Chorus, 1; BSU, 1, 2; Y Cabinet, 
2; Wedding, 1, 2; Lamplighters, 1, 2; 
YWCA, 1, 2. 

THOMAS E. TATE McComb, Miss. 

BSU, 1, 2. 

BETTY THERRELL Florence, Miss. 

Who's Who, 2; Girls' Chorus, 1; Mixed 
Chorus, 2; BSU, 1, 2; Lamplighters, 1, 2; 
Wedding, 2; Eagle Staff, 2; Class 
Officer, 1, 2; YWCA, 1, 2. 





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SUE V. THOMPSON Jackson, Miss. 

Girls' Chorus, 1; Mixed Chorus, 2; MYF, 
1, 2; YWCA, 1, 2; Cheerleader, 1; 
Hindsonian, 2; Class Voice, 1. 

JACK THORNE Raymond, Miss. 

JOHN S. VIRDEN Jackson, Miss. 

Basketball, 1; Mr. H.J.C., 2; Class Offi- 
cer, 2; Phi Theta Kappa, 2; Dramatic 
Club, 2; Hindsonian, 1, 2; Football, 1; 
DAV Officer, 2. 

RICHARD H. WARD Hub, Miss. 

BSU, 1, 2. 



PATRICIA WILLIAMS ___Jackson, Miss. 
Girls' Chorus, 1; Wedding, 1; Christian 
Endeavor, 1, 2; YWCA, 1, 2. 

CLAYTON E. WILLIAMS Learned, Miss. 



LILA JEAN WILLIAMS Flora, Miss. 

MYF, 1, 2; Girls' Chorus, 1; Lamplight- 
ers, 1; YWCA, 1, 2; Mixed Chorus, 2. 

SHIRLEY WILLIAMS Jackson, Miss. 

Christian Endeavor, 1, 2; YWCA, 1, 2; 
Y Cabinet, 2; Hindsonian, 1, 2; Eagle 
Staff, 2; Dramatic Club, 2; Who's Who, 
2; Phi Theta Kappa, 2. 

FRANCES YATES Utica, Miss. 

Girls' Chorus, 1; Mixed Chorus, 2; MYF, 
1, 2; Lamplighters, 1, 2. 



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Wilbert Ellis 

Vice-President 







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Ed Clark 

President 





Ed Kelson 

Treasurer 



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Secretary 



Sponsors 




Mrs. Kelson 



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lames Moody Adams 


Terry, Miss. 


Warren H. Blake 


Jackson, Miss. 


Edna Earle Ahrend 


Union Church, Miss. 


Hershel H. Blakeney 


Clinton, Miss. 


Tommy Ainsworth 


Hermanville, Miss. 


Sarah Boleware 


Crystal Springs, Miss 


Earl A. Allen 


Learned, Miss. 


Mary Elizabeth Boyd 


Anguilla, Miss. 


James V. Allen 


Raymond, Miss. 


Willie Mae Bradshaw 


Morton, Miss. 


Miller Bankston 


Raymond, Miss. 


Marjorie Rose Breeden 


Utica, Miss. 


Jimmy Bacot 


Bolton, Miss*-- 


Hugh A. Brent, Jr. 


Raymond, Miss. 


Josephine Bamett 


Carthage, Miss. 


Clarence L. Brooks 


Lena, Miss. 


Charlene Barnett 


Hermanville, Miss. 


Raymond Burleson 


Raymond, Miss. 


Elbert Beasley 


Hub, Mississippi 


Charles A. Byrd 


Tylertown, Miss. 


James C. Berry 


Vicksburg, Miss. 


Marshall E. Calhoun 


Jackson, Miss. 


Neal E. Bittle 


Aberdeen, Miss. 


Joe Campbell 


Terry, Miss. 



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FIRST ROW 

W. J. Caperton, Jr Louisville, Miss. 

John Harvey Carr Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Thomas T. Chick, Jr Jackson, Miss. 

Edward B. Clark Miami, Fla. 

John H. Coalter Leland, Miss. 

Barbara I. Cockerham Canton, Miss. 

SECOND ROW 

James L. Cockerham Liberty, Miss. 

F. M. Cockrell D'Lo, Miss. 

James L. Condia } Bolton, Miss. 

Emily Cook Columbia, Miss. 

Roland Cranford Columbia, Miss. 

Charles E. Crapps Ludlow, Miss. 



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THIRD ROW 

Edward F. Crawford New Hebron, Miss. 

Giles W. Crisler Raymond, Miss. 

Wallace S. Culipher Bolton, Miss. 

Dorothy R. Cupit Union Church, Miss. 

James A. Curnick Jackson, Miss. 

Wilbur Lee Daniel Forest, Miss. 

FOURTH ROW 

Anse McKay (Mack) Davis 

Goshen Springs, Miss. 

Fred Davis Lake, Miss. 

Marcus T. Davis Vicksburg, Miss. 

Jane Denson Jackson, Miss. 

Clarence E. Derrington Jackson, Miss. 

Robert Amos Dowdle, Jr Canton, Miss. 









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FIRST ROW 

Noble Ellis Jackson, Miss. 

Blanche Gooch Ellis Florence, Miss. 

Wilbert M. Ellis West Point, Miss. 

Dewey B. Emmons Lake, Miss. 

Dorothy Files Jackson, Miss. 

Joe W. Ford, Jr Jackson, Miss. 

SECOND ROW 

Sara E. Gardner Canton, Miss. 

Joseph T. Giambrone Bolton, Miss. 

Patsy Jean Gibson Mendenhall, Miss. 

Quinton Gibson Tutwiler, Miss. 

Earl Gill Johns, Miss. 

Sara Lee Gill Johns, Miss. 



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Robert G. Girlings, Jr Holmesville, Miss. 

George E. Gleason Braxton, Miss. 

James B. Glisson Yazoo City, Miss. 

Roy Gober Canton, Miss. 

Jaqualyn Hammond Jackson, Miss. 

Dewey Harden, Jr. Amory, Miss. 

FOURTH ROW 

Alford W. Hardy, Jr Canton, Miss. 

Wayne H. Hegwood i Jackson, Miss. 

John M. Hemphill Whitfield, Miss. 

Byrt Hill Amory, Miss. 

Carl A. Hill, Jr Crystal Springs, Miss. 

George W. Hill Crystal Springs, Miss. 



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FIRST ROW 

John W. Hill New Albany, Miss. 

Thomas N. Hilton Jackson, Miss. 

Carl D. Hirschenhofer Vicksburg, Miss. 

Pete T. Hodo, Jr Amory, Miss. 

Barbara Hogue Eden, Miss. 

John Huff Pulaski, Miss. 

SECOND ROW 

Elaine Huggins Brookhaven, Miss. 

Emogene Johnston Okolona, Miss. 

James Floyd Johnson Carthage, Miss. 

Robert C. Johnstone Jackson, Miss. 

Charles E. Keeton Cherokee, Ala. 

Dale Kelly Anding, Miss. 



THIRD ROW 

Edward O. Kelson Pensacola, Fla. 

Angelo LaBathe Amory, Miss. 

Dan W. Lassetter i Harpersville, Miss. 

Robert T. Ledbetter III Jackson, Miss. 

Jacqueline F. Leggett Jackson, Miss. 

Frank Robert Lindblad Jackson, Miss. 

FOURTH ROW 

James E. Lovell Jackson, Miss. 

Bradley T. Lutz Pattison, Miss. 

Richard M. McClosky Tampa, Fla. 

Jim Freeman McCoy Lake, Miss. 

Dorothy Lee Mclnnis Mcunt Olive, Miss. 

William T. McLemore Vest Point, Miss. 




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FIRST ROW 

Bill McManus, Jr Hazlehurst, Miss. 

George L. McMurtray, Jr New Orleans, La. 

Knox McNair Mount Olive, Miss. 

Sam F. Malone Corinth, Miss. 

Ray Marshall _ _ Jackson, Miss. 

Lawrence E. Martin Terry, Miss. 

SECOND ROW 

David Martz Jackson, Miss. 

Dan Mathews Raymond, Miss. 

Mary Frances Mathews Utica, Miss. 

Claire F. Meeks Edwards, Miss. 

Viola G. Miller Jayees, Miss. 

Marvin W. Morgan Star, Miss. 



THIRD ROW 

Irvin Mosley Vassburg, Miss. 

Carl A. Muller Canton, Miss. 

Jacqueline A. Musil Vicksburg, Miss. 

Elizabeth Nichols Belzoni, Miss. 

Edwina O'Brien Raymond, Miss. 

Elizabeth Overby Benton, Miss. 

FOURTH ROW 

Nelda Jean Owings Amory, Miss 

George I. Pace ■ Alexandria, La. 

Renolda Patterson Clinton, Miss. 

William E. Patterson Anguilla, Miss. 

Ruth Peacock Shivers, Miss. 

Lester A. Perm, Jr Ludlow, Miss. 



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FIRST ROW 

Betty Jean Pepper Vaughan, Miss. 

Richard L. Pepper Vaughan, Miss. 

Durell H. Phillips D'Lo, Miss. 

Francis Ponder Braxton, Miss. 

Rueben D. Price, Jr Utica, Miss. 

William H. Purviance Jackson, Miss. 

SECOND ROW 

Bill Ramsey Vicksburg, Miss. 

John A. Rees, Jr Jackson, Miss. 

Johnnie M. Riddell Raymond, Miss. 

Ruby Jean Riser Terry, Miss. 

Howard Robinson Brandon, Miss. 

Durwood Robinson Brandon, Miss. 

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THIRD ROW 

Hal Rogers, Jr Amory, Miss. 

Tommie Dell Ross Mendenhall, Miss. 

Archie Rushing, Jr Foxworth, Miss. 

Joe H. Sanderson Brandon, Miss. 

Jean L. Scott Raymond, Miss. 

Herbert Sessums Lena, Miss. 

FOURTH ROW 

Mason Shelby Ter;y, Miss. 

Charles E. Shores lackson, Miss. 

Edgar Lee Shotts Utica, Miss. 

Earl Stanley Smathers Raymond, Miss. 

Edgar D. Smith Sharron, Miss. 

Mildred Smith Utica, Miss. 




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FIRST ROW 

James E. Sneed Jackson, Miss. 

Charles E. Steen Yazoo City, Miss. 

Wylie C. Stevens Hamilton, Miss. 

Billy B. Stewart Brandon, Miss. 

Frank B. Stewart Jackson, Miss. 

H. R. Stringer, Jr Bogue Chitto, Miss. 

SECOND ROW 

Catherine E. Taylor Florence, Miss. 

Peggy Therrell i Florence, Miss. 

Hagan Thompson Jackson, Miss. 

Edsel E. Thrash Lake, Miss. 

Marshall R. Thrash Lake, Miss. 

Maudine Thrash Lake, Miss. 



THIRD ROW 

Claude Townsend Johns, Miss. 

Sara Jean Tullos Morton, Miss. 

Hilda Ann Upton Walnut Grove, Miss. 

Joe D. Valentour Jackson, Miss. 

Henry A. Walker Vicksburg, Miss. 

Leola Walker Prentiss, Miss. 

FOURTH ROW 

Glen Blakely Walley Jackson, Miss. 

Norris E. Ward __Yazoo City, Miss. 

Joseph C. Warren Jackson, Miss. 

Marshall B. Weathersby New Hebron, Miss. 

James Freeman Webb Florence, Miss. 

Malcolm Wells Mount Olive, Miss. 



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FIRST ROW 

Helen Wyvonne Whitehead Jackson, Miss. 

Albert A. Wiley, Jr Glenn Allen, Miss. 

Dow Williams Jackson, Miss. 

Merton E. Williams Pocahontas, Miss. 

Paul T. Williams Jackson, Miss. 

Veola Genevieve Williams. .Pocahontas, Miss. 



SECOND ROW 

Donald Winstead Jackson, Miss. 

Ina Ethyl Womack Utica, Miss. 

Benjamin Woods, Jr Bentonia, Miss. 

Betty Zeringue Raymond, Miss. 



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MISS BYRD — Sponsor 




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eators 




MARY JANE BRENT — President 




JUANITA CULIPHER — Vice-Pres. 







MRS. ROWZEE — Sponsor 




BETTY ANN DEAR — Secretary 



RUTH BUFORD — Reporter 



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entors 



NORMA COLLEEN BANES 
Raymond, Mississippi 
MYF, 2, 3, 4. 

CAROLYN BARNETT 
Raymond, Mississippi 
Hindsonian Staff, 4; Sextet, 4; Chorus, 
2, 3; Basketball, 2; Band, 2; Latin 
Club, 3. 



CHARLIE T. BENNETT 
Raymond, Mississippi 
Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Boxing, 3. 

MARGUERITE BOYLES 
Florence, Mississippi 
BSU, 2, 3, 4; YWCA, 2, 3, 4; Canto 
Sonora, 2. 



MARY JANE BRENT 
Raymond, Mississippi 
Annual Staff, 4; Band, 41 Canto Son- 
ora, 2; Class Officer, 2, 3, 4; MYF, 4; 
High School Chorus, 2, 3; Hindson- 
ian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who, 3. 

RUTH GLYNN BUFORD 
Edwards, Mississippi 
FHA, 4; BSU, 4; Hindsonian Staff, 4; 
YWCA, 4. 



NEDA ELIZABETH CARR 
Anguilla, Mississippi 
YWCA, 3, 4; Girl Reserve, 3; FHA, 4, 
BSU, 3, 4. 

ROBERT RALPH CHAPMAN 
Terry, Mississippi 
Basketball, 2, 3. 



MARY JUANITA CULIPHER 
Bolton, Mississippi 

Basketball, 3, 4; Class Officer, 3, 4, 
Who's Who, 3, 4. 

BETTY ANN DEAR 
Florence, Mississippi 
FHA (Officer,) 4; Class Officer, 4; 
Who's Who, 4. 




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entors 



JOYCE GEARHART 
Bolton, Mississippi 
MYF, 2, 3, 4. 

PHILIP FREDERICK HAHN 
Jackson, Mississippi 
Basketball, 3, 4; BSU, 3, 4; Football, 
4; Glee Club, 3; Who's Who, 4. 



JACK L. HERRING 
Raymond, Mississippi 
Football, 4; Band, 3; Class Officer, 3. 

EDNA EARL HERRON 
Raymond, Mississippi 
BSU, 2, 3, 4. 



JUANICE LILES 

Learned, Mississippi 

JESSIE CLAIRE McLENDON 
Raymond, Mississippi 
Band, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 4; Annual 
Staff, 4; Canto Sonora, 2; Class 
Officer, 2; Girl Reserve, 2; High 
School Chorus, 2, 3; Piano Ensemble, 
3, 4; Sextet Acompanist, 4; Who's 
Who, 3, 4. 

JO REE McNAIR 
Learned, Mississippi 
BSU, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball, 4. 

NORMA JEAN MARTIN 
Clarksdale, Mississippi 
Basketball, 3, 4; BSU, 3, 4; High 
School Chorus, 3; Girl Reserve, 3; 
Hinsonian Staff, 4; Majorette, 3, 4; 
Queen's Court, 4; Who's Who, 4. 



PATTI ANN MURRAY 
Jackson, Mississippi 
Sextet, 4; MYF, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3. 

GEORGE O'BRIEN 
Raymond, Mississippi 



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entors 



BETTY POPE 

Sandheimer, Louisiana 
Basketball, 4 BSU, 4. 

WILLIAM P. REED 
Vicksburg, Mississippi 



FRANK A. REYNOLDS 
McComb, Mississippi 
Basketball, 3, 4; Band, 3, 4; Football, 
3, 4; MYF, 3, 4; Track, 3; Drum 
Major, 4. 

BOBBY ROSS 

Bolton, Mississippi 
Football, 3, '4. 



EVELYN STALLINGS 
lackson, Mississippi 
Annual Staff, 4; BSU, 4; FHA, 4; 
Hindsonian Staff, 4. 



JAMES SPIVEY 

Newhebron, Mississippi 



NELLAVIE STRINGER 
Terry, Mississippi 

Latin Club, 3; Class Officer, 2, 3; 
Who's Who, 4. 

BETTY JEAN TATUM 
Edwards, Mississippi 
FHA, 4; BSU, 4; Hindsonian Staff, 4; 
YWCA, 4. 



JO TISDALE 

Gulfport, Mississippi 
Majorette, 4. 

BILL WILLIAMS 

Learned, Mississippi 




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Ralph Burghard 
President 




Sue McKissack 
Secretary 



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Shelton Holliday 
Vice-President 



Mr. Devall 
Sponsor 




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BAKER AUSTIN 
Jackson, Mississippi 

ELEANOR BARDIN 
Bolton, Mississippi 

GERTRUDE MARIE BRAY 
Raymond, Mississippi 



MARY DELORES BRYANT 
Raymond, Mississippi 

RALPH JOHNSON BURGHARD 
Bolton, Mississippi 

MARY LEE DARBY 
Jackson, Mississippi 



BETTY PEARL DAVIS 
Bolton, Mississippi 

ELAINE ALEX DENNERY 
Jackson, Mississippi 

JEAN FERGUSON 
Learned, Mississippi 



JACK FULKERSON 
Kinksport, Tennessee 

MAXINE GALLMAN 
Raymond, Mississippi 

JOE ELLA HALE 
Terry, Mississippi 



NANCY HALL 
Jackson, Mississippi 

CECIL HARDY 
Bolton, Mississippi 

SARAH JEAN HOLLIDAY 
Raymond, Mississippi 



SHELTON LEE HOLLIDAY 
Raymond, Mississippi 

JOYCE McCOY 
Bolton, Mississippi 

SUE McKISSACK 
Bolton, Mississippi 



ALFRED MARTIN 
Bolton, Mississippi 

CLARICE MASHBURN 
Raymond, Mississippi 

ROBERT MASHBURN 
Bolton, Mississippi 



MARTHA MAYO 
Star, Mississippi 

CHARLES EDWARD WARD 
Jackson, Mississippi 

PEYTON MONROE WATSON 
Bolton, Mississippi 



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untors 




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omores 



First Row, left to right: Dora Woods, Alma Earl Chapman, Nonnie Williams (Vice-Presi- 
dent), Carolyn Clark, Maurine Mashburn, Muriel Pittenger, Ann Hollis, Ruby Nell White. 
Second Row: Mr. Treloar (Sponsor), Henry Riser (President), Ernest McNair (Secretary- 
Treasurer), Oliver Shearer, Laymon Allday, Bobby Fortenberry (Reporter), Dick Liddell, 
Clifton Sessions, Carl Welch. 



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Vocational cJ raining 



Instructors 







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J. H. Abercrombie 

Electrical Motor 
Repair 



C. M. Burleson 

Barbering 



H. A. Cohran 

Radio 
Mechanics 



Ben C. Johrson 

Electricity 



David Lewis 

Auto 
Mechanics 



W. C. Loggans 
Machine Shop 



G. L. Moore 

Co-ordinator 



J. F. Pittinger 

Radio Mechanics 



E. A. Summers 

Electricity 

Refrigeration 

Air-Conditioning 



C. W. Williams 

Electricity 

Refrigeration 

Air-Conditioning 




As an integral part of its educational program, Hinds Junior College has 
vocational training consisting of radio, including repair, maintenance, theory 
and code; practical electricity, refrigeration and air-conditioning; barbering, 
machine shop, engine mechanics and engineering drafting. 

These courses are open to regularly enrolled students who meet the 
qualifications as well as out-of-school men and women. 



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Qblectncai lliotor 
LKemnaing 



Left to Right: R. B. Judy, Liberty Mills, Ind.; J. N. Rumfelt, Jackson; J. H. Abercrombie 
(Instructor), Raymond; J. F. Pierce, Union Church; J. O. Lovitt, Puckett; I. A. Lovitt, Puckett; 
J. H. Rice, Crystal Springs; B. W. Troutman, Carthage; Richmond Denmark, Leakesville; 
R. T. Lott, Collins. 



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Left to Right: B. C. Johnson, Instructor; D. S. Denmark, Leakesville; W. C. Fondren, Belzoni; A. L. Stogner, 
New Orleans; K. V. Gordon, Braxton; C. C. Ward. Raymond; J. W. Fondren, Belzoni; R. £. Bowles, Raymond; 
E. A. Summers, Learned; L. A Denmark, Leakesville. 



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Left to Right: V. N. James, Puckett; M. C. Basye, Jackson; R. G. Hart, Raymond; E. W. 
Boatner, Pontotoc; A. P. Jones, Eddiceton; W. C. Thornton, Pulaski; F. F. Jewell, Jackson; 
W. C. Loggans (Instructor), Raymond; John Lee, Amory; Frank Lord, Kosciusko; A. H. 
England, Eupora. 



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Left to Right: Raymond Soley, Hattiesburg; Howard Sulzer, Raymond; B. L. Heard, Vicks- 
burg; F. R. Myers, Brandon; M. O. Bennett, Hattiesburg; D. J. Pickett, Utica; H. P. Cook, 
Hollandale; J. F. Tucker, Hollandale; D. B. Hutcherson, Lamont; A. P. Jones, Eddiceton; 
E. W. Boatner, Pontotoc; A. E. Peterson, Raymond; D. E. Dear, Star; M. C. Basye, Jackson; 
H. Whithers, Jackson; C. E. Powe, Laurel; G. A. Williams, Monticello; C. E. Shores, Jackson; 
C. C. Mergenshoer, Lucedale; F. F. Jewell, Jackson; L. C. Wages, Pontotoc; J. P. Bryant, 
Mendenhall; W. T. Hall, Hollandale; E. C, Rushing, Natchez; R. R. Berry, Shivers; W. T. 
Thornton, Ellinsville; E. L. Herring, Norfield; P. M. Smith, Union Church; Mr. Williams 
(Instructor); Mr. Summers (Instructor). 



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Front Row, left to right: R. D. Campbell, Brandon; K. F. Hutchins, Utica; W. D. Williams 

Fernwood; C. R. Knight, Pelahatchie; L. R. Rachall, Jackson; Mr. Lewis, Instructor; A. D. 

Coaker, State Line; H. W. Hardy, Flora. 

Second Row: J. D. Hydrick, Hazlehurst; J. L. Flint, Winnsboro, Louisiana; S. M. White, 

Utica; C. .L. Eckert, Pottsville, Pennsylvania; K. E. Morgan, French Camp; W. J. Campbell, 

Brandon. 



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Front Row, left to right: T. M. Embry, Eupora; Lois Bell, Yokena; Louis Bell, Yokena; 
C. V. Bell, Yokena; H. B. Ward, Raymond. Second Row: J. H. Taylor, Crystal Springs; 
F. L. Smith, Raymond; J. M. Worthy, Amory; C. R. Alexander, Columbia; A. S. Taylor, 
Crystal Springs; T. B. Nelson, Raymond; Mr. Cohron (Instructor); Mr. Pittinger (Instructor). 




Left to Right: J. H. Taylor, Crystal Springs; J. J. Anderson, McComb; J. M. Worthy, 
Amory; G. R. Harrison, Philadelphia; A. S. Taylor, Crystal Springs; Lois Bell, Yokena; 
Louis Bell, Yokena; J. P. Bacot, Bolton; H. B. Ward, Raymond; F. L. Smith, Raymond; T. M. 
Embry, Eupora; C. V. Bell, Yokena; C. E. Butler, Jackson; C. R. Alexander, Columbia; 
T. B. Nelson, Raymond; J. D. Moran, Pass Christian; B. H. Fremon, Summit; F. L. Smith, 
Raymond; Mr. Pittinger (Instructor); Mr. Cohron (Instructor). 



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Lett to Right: Harlon Ratliff, Jayess; Vardaman S. Rainy, Hattiesburg; Leo Lusk, Moss 
Point; John W. Graham, Collins; Mr. Burleson (Instructor); Arnol W. West, Richton; Robert 
S. Tinsley, Philadelphia. 




Left to Right: Amroe H. Walters, Harperville; Woodrow W. Neal, Stover; R. T. Bond, 
Wiggins; Herman Nichols, Magee. 



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R. T. Bond 

Wiggins 



John W. Graham 

Collins 



Leo Lusk 

Moss Point 



Woodrow W. Neal 

Stover 




Herman Nichols 

Magee 




Mr. Burleson 

Instructor 




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aroers 




Vardaman S. Rainy 

Hattiesburg 




Harlon Ratliff 

Jayees 



Robert S. Tinsley 

Philadelphia 



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Amroe H. Walters 

Harperville 

Ik i% 



Arnol W. West 

Richton 



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Library 



Uvefrtgerator L^lass 




Pictured: F. F. Jewell, E. W. Boatner, W. T. Thornton, Clyde Wages, A. E. Peterson, B. L. 
Heard, P. M. Smith, M. C. Basye, M. O. Bennett, R. W. Bridges, L. B. Eichelberger, H. 
Withers, D. J. Pickett, H. P. Cook, Howard Sulzer, A. P. Jones, W. T. Hall, J. P. Bryant, 
C. C. Mergenshoer. 



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MEAT CURING AND COLD STORAGE PLANT 

The meat curing and cold storage plant is equipped with the most modern machinery 
for curing and storing meats and meat products. A complete canning unit and an abattoir 
are operated in connection with the plant. A frozen food locker system composed of 300 
lockers is also operated by the plant. It is operated as a regular part of the Agriculture 
Department. 

Each year the plant, managed by Grady Sheffield, strives to offer more complete 
services and facilities to the people of the county and an increasing number of Hinds County 
Farmers are becoming customers of the plant. 





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The mechanical drawing course trains students to accomplish with their 
hands what is visualized in their minds. Instructor, Mr. Bowling. 



woodwork 




Woodwork, an elective course, is designed to train students in more skilled 
ways of making furniture and in doing home repair work. Instructor, Mr. 
Bowling. 



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Left to Right: Frances Price, Vice-President; Elizabeth Rasberry, Treasurer; Betty 
Therrell, Song Leader; Dot Johnson, Corresponding Secretary; Annie Lou Sykes, Parlia- 
mentarian; Elaine Huggins, Recording President; Margie Eichelberger, President. 




Left to Right, Seated: Frances Price, Doris Johnson, Elizabeth Rasberry, Dot Johnson, 
Margie Eichelberger, Betty Boyd, Claudine Rawls, Sara Gardner, Sara Boleware, Elaine 
Lee, Annie Lou Sykes. Standing: Dot Mclnnis, Miss Whitaker, Betty Therrell, Elaine 
Huggins, Ina Womack, Charlene Barnett, Betty Pepper, Marjorie Breeden, Barbara Hogue, 
Tommy Ainsworth, Mary Frances Mathews. 

For college girls who are majoring in Home Economics or who are interested in this 
phase of study. 

194G-47 Theme: Creating better homes through worthwhile living. Colors: Yellow and 
White. Flower: White Rose. 



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For high school home economics girls. Purpose: To promote a 
growing appreciation of the joys and satisfaction of homemaking. 




Left to Right, Seated: Peggy Therrell, Betty Tatum, Sue McKissack, Blanche Ellis, Ruth 
Buford, Betty Ann Dear, Neda Carr, Evelyn Stallings. Standing: foe Ella Hale, Nonnie 
Williams, Ann Hollis, Carolyn Clark, Maurine Mashburn, Mildred Gallman, Juanice Liles, 
Eleanor Bardin, Ruby Nell White, Alma Chapman, Pattie Murray, Dora Wood. 



OFFICERS 



Ruth Buford, President 
Betty Tatum, Vice-President 
Betty Ann Dear, Secretary 
Blanche Gooch Ellis, Treasurer 



Sue McKissack, Parliamentalian 
Evelyn Stallings, Historian 
Neda Carr, Reporter 
Peggy Therrell, Song Leader 



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TALMADGE BROCK 
President 



HENRY RISER 
Vice-President 




CARL WELCH 
Secretary 



DICK LIDDELL 
Treasurer 



J. C. TRELOAR, JR. 
Adviser 



The Future Farmers of America is an organization of boys working together 
to improve the status of the farmers of America. 

Through their study they learn where improvements are needed and by their 
work they effect these improvements. 




First row. left to right — Bobby Fortenberry, Talmarige Brock, Alfred Martin. Billy McCoy. Second 
row — Billy Liles, James Nail, Dick Liddell, Carl Welch, Henry Riser. 



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Jaque Hammond 
Make-Up Editor 
First Semester 



News Editor 
Second Semester 




of he dirndl 



soman 



Nancy Hall 
Feature Editor 





Ben Woods 
Feature Editor 



V. 



Shirley Williams 
Editor 




Carolyn Barnett 
Make-Up Editor 



Speedy Virden 
Sports Editor 



Evelyn Stallings 
News Editor 



D 




Myrtle Bell 
Sports Editor 








Joyce Herring 
Editor 



fk\ 



Mr. Turnage 
Sponsor 




First Row. left to right: Shirley Williams, Doris Johnson, Patsy Baker, Ruth Buford, Myrtle 
Bell, Dow Williams, Betty Tatum, Dot Johnson, Mr. Turnage. Second Row: Nancy Hall, 
Muriel Pittinger, Evelyn Stallings, Jaque Hammond, Sonny Caperton, Viola Miller, Norma 
Jean Martin. 



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Not by might, nor 

by power, 
But by My Spirit, 
Saith the Lord of Hosts. 



ELAINE LEE 
President 




MARJORIE McRAE 
Vice President 




MARY COLEMAN 
Secretary 




SHIRLEY WILLIAMS 
Treasurer 




JOYCE HERRING 
Publicity 






SUE MORGAN 
Fellowship 



{CATHERINE STRINGER 
Recreation 



ANNIE LOU SYKES 
Social Service 

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JEAN STEGALL 
Pianist 




MISS DAVIS 
Sponsor 



(BSU 




First row. left to right — Alice Brock, Ruth Buford, Mildred Smith, Lydumah Stanley, Josephine Barnett, Hilda Upton, Emily 
Cock, Frances Price, Catherine Taylor, Miss Stewart, Sponsor. Second row — Betty Therrel, Dorothy Mclnnis, Betty Pepper, 
Neda Carr, Maudine Thrash, Sue Morgan, Jeanne Stegall, Leola Walker, Elizabeth Nichols, Joyce Herring, Lillie Mae Nail, 
Claudine Rawls. Third row — George Hill, Bill Odom, Othel Mendrop, Merton Williams, Betty Pope, Sarah Gill, Charles Steen, 
Marcus Davis, Travis Stewart. Hubert Campbell, Delores Costello, Mae Bradshaw. 





ELAINE LEE 

President 




JOYCE HERRING 
Vice President 



LYDUMAH STANLEY 



SUE MORGAN 



OTHEL 
MENDROP 



MISS STEWART 
Sponsor 



Lsouncu 



BILL 
ODOM 



JEANNE 
STEGALL 




MRS. PURYEAR 
Sponsor 




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vl/esiey QJoundatton 







President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Song Leader. 

Pianist 

Sponsors 



OFFICERS 
First Semester 
Marjorie McRae 
Mary Coleman 
A. J. Stennett 
Renalda Patterson 
Hagan Thompson 
Mary Jane Brent 
Miss Davis 
Miss Halford 



Second Semester 
Ben Woods 
Elaine Huggins 
Viola Miller 
Durwood Robinson 
Jackie Musil 
Ina Ethel Womack 
Miss Herrin 



MEMBERS 

Edna Ahrend 

Tommy Ainsworth 

Mary Charlene Barnett 

Mary Jane Brent 

Jim Carballo 

Thomas Theodore Chick 

Mary Coleman 
Thomas Franklin Cupit 
Dorothy Rose Cupit 
James Aydelott Curnick 
Wilbur Lee Daniel 
Jane Denson 

Eloise Edmonds 
Margie Eichelberger 
Blanche Gooch Ellis 
Sara Gardner 
Patsy Jean Gibson 
Robert Girling 

George Gleason 
James Gleason 
Christine Gooch 
Margaret Gooch 
Dewey Harden 
Pete Thomas Hodo 

Barbara Hogue 
Elaine Huggins 
Clarence Ivey 
Doris Johnson 
Dorothy Johnson 
Charles Edgar Keeton 

William Thomas McLemore 
Marjorie Bass McRae 
Sam Franklin Malone 
Martha Mayo 
Clcire Franklin Meeks 
Viola Gheynell Miller 

Jacgueline Aline Musil 
Hugh Jones Noble 
Renolda Patterson 
Lester Alexander Penn, Jr. 
Betty Jean Pepper 
Richard Lincoln Pepper 

Elizabeth Ann Rasberry 
Frank Reynolds 
George Durwood Robinson 
Howard Chapell Robinson 
Jean Lamar Scott 
George Wilson Smith, Jr. 

James Eugene Sneed 
Andrew Jackson Stennett, Jr. 
Betty Tatum 
Hagan Thompson 
Virginia Sue Thompson 
Lila Jean Williams 

Ina Ethyl Womack 

Joseph Benjamin Woods, Jr. 

Frances Elaine Yates 

Miss Davis 

Miss Herrin 

Miss Halford 



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eavor 



The Christian Endeavor is an organization composed of young people 
from the Presbyterian, Episcopal and Christian Churches. It meets each 
Sunday evening. The purpose of this organization is to bring young 
people together in "Christian Endeavor." 





Left to Right: Louis Bell, 'President; Miss Whitaker, Sponsor; Dow Williams, Pianist; Shirley 
Williams, Treasurer; Emogene Johnston, Secretary; Lois Bell, Vice-President. 



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First Row: Miss Ruth Boyd, Maudine Thrash, Barbara Hogue, Mary Frances Mathews, Jackie Musil, Elizabeth Ras- 
berry, Dow Williams, Myrtle Bell, Wyvonne Whitehead. Second Row: Betty Pepper, Marjorie Breeden, Hagan 
Thompson, Richard Prenshaw, D.ewey Harden, Joe Valentour, Joyce Herring, Margie Eichelberger. Third Row: 
Charlene Barnett, Mildred Smith, Josephine Barnett, Elaine Lee, Bobbye Staton, Tommie Ainsworth, Shirley 
Williams, Jaque Hammond. 




Maudine Thrash 
President 




Joyce Herring 
Secretary 



"AS YOU LIKE IT- 
CAST 

Orlando *Joe Valentour 

Adam Barbara Hogue 

Oliver Hagan Thompson 

Dennis 'Freeman Webb 

Charles the Wrestler "Wilbur Ellis 

First Page Sara Gardner 

Second Page Josephine Barnett 

Celia Joyce Herring 

Rosalind Bobbye Staton 

Touchstone *Hugh Noble 

Le Beau Elizabeth Rasberry 

Duke Frederick Marjorie Breeden 

First Lord Maudine Thrash 

Second Lord Elaine Huggins 

Duke Senior *Ben Woods 

Amiens *Marshall Thrash 

Corin Shirley Williams 

Silvius *Elbert Beasley 

Jagues *John Virden 

Phebe Margie Eichelberger 

Audrey Clara Margaret Cagle 

William Sara Gardner 

Hymen — God of Marriage *William Ramsey 




Jeanne Stegall 
Vice-President 




Joe Valentour 
Treasurer 



USHERS 

Maudine Thrash 

Jeanne Stegall 

Elaine Huggins 

Blanche Gooch Ellis 

Jacgue Hammond 

Jackie Musil 



*Veteran 




Miss Ruth Boyd 
Director 



STAGE MANAGERS 
Myrtle Bell 
Elaine Lee 

MUSIC 
Authentic 

COSTUMES 
Cameron Costume 
Company, Chicago 



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"AS YOU LIKE FT 




Wrestling Scene 




Veterans 




CAST 

Sitting, left to right: Shirley Williams, Freeman Webb, Barbara Hogue, Hugh Noble. Standing, First Row: Maudine 

Thrash, Elaine Huggins, Elbert Beasley, Margie Eichelberger, Ben Woods, Bobby Staton, Joe Valentour, William 
Ramsey, Joyce Herring, Hagan Thompson, Marjorie Breeden, Clara Margaret Cagle, Marshall Thrash, Elizabeth 
Rasberry. Standing, Second Row: Wilbur Ellis, John Virden, Sarah Gardner, Josephine Barnett, fourth from left 
in Wrestling Scene. 



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JUNIOR COLLEGE HONORARY SCHOLASTIC SOCIETY 



Purpose: "To promote scholarship, to develop character, and to cultivate fellow- 
ship among the students of the junior colleges of the U.S.A." 







MARY COLEMAN 
President 



MARJORIE McRAE 
Vice-President 



JOYCE HERRING 
Secretary 



SUE MORGAN 
Treasurer 




First Row. Left to Right — Fred Davis, Mary Coleman, Sue Morgan, Marjorie McRae, Joyce Herring, 
A. J. Stennett. Second Row. Left to Right — Shirley Williams, Margie Eichelberger, Christine Gooch, 
Hubert Campbell, Ed Clark, Maudine Thrash, Jacqueline Musil. Not Pictured — John S. Virden, Miss 
Davis, Sponsor. 



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MISS STRINGER 
Voice 




MR. SIEVERS 
Head of Department 
Band 

The music department is out- 
standing in its contribution to 
cultural development. Frequent 
appearances in campus and 
community programs and par- 
ticipation in state and federated 
club programs, and in national 
music contests have won credit 
for the students themselves and 
for the college. 



S, 




MISS GARDNER 
Piano 



extette 




Left to Right: Mildred Smith, Carolyn Barnett, Jean Scott, Peggy Therrell, Jackie Musil, 
Pattie Murray. Accompanist, Jessie MaLendon. 



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Pictured: Frank Reynolds, Jackie Casey, Patsy Baker, Norma Jean Martin, Clarice Mash- 
burn, Jo Tisdale, Emogene Johnson, Hilda Upton, Jeanne Stegall, Jo Barnett, Earl Allen, 
Dot Johnson, Barbara Cockerham, Hagan Thompson, Dow Williams, Betty Zeringue, Carolyn 
Clarke, Hugh Noble, Durwood Robinson, Eddie Ward, Oliver Shearer, Mary Dee Darby, 
Jean Scott, Mr. Sievers, Maurine Mashburn, Edwina O'Brien, Jessie McLendon, Muriel 
Pittenger, Nancy Hall, Frank Stewart, Mary Jane Brent, Maudine Thrash, Richard Prenshaw, 
Roy Gober, George Smith, Doris Johnson. 




Pictured: Frank Reynolds, Emogene Johnston, Jo Tisdale, Carolyn Clarke, Dow Williams, 
Doris Johnson, Maudine Thrash, Hugh Noble, Richard Prenshaw, Clarice Mashburn, Maurine 
Mashburn, Mary Dee Darby, Jo Barnett, Mary Jane Brent, Durwood Robinson, Norma Jean 
Martin, Hilda Upton, Muriel Pittenger, Dot Johnson, Frank Stewart, Oliver Shearer, Patsy 
Baker, Jeanne Stegall, Nancy Hall, Barbara Cockerham, Hagan Thompson, Eddie Ward, 
Jessie McLendon, Jackie Casey, Betty Zeringue, Edwina O'Brien, Earl Allen, Jean Scott, 
George Smith, Roy Gober, Mr. Sievers. 



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OftA 




First Row, left to right: Avis Clarke, Ina Womack, Christine Gooch, Lila Jean Williams, 
Dorothy Boyd, Catherine Taylor, Blanche Ellis, Betty Zeringue, Pattie Murray, Jacqueline 
Musil, Doris Johnson, Joan Read, Gay Gardner; Miss Stringer, Director. Second Row: 
Peggy Therrell, Jean Scott, Carolyn Barnett, Mildred Smith, Mert Bell, Stanley Smothers, 
Marshall Thrash, Hagan Thompson, Richard Prenshaw, Marjorie Breeden, Alice Brock, Elsie 
Sweeney. Third Row: Claudine Rawls, Bobbye Staton, Dorothy Mclnnis, Johnnie Riddell, 
Jean Riser, George Smith, Edsel Thrash, Earl Derrington, Mertan Williams, Charles Steen, 
Frances Yates, Mary Frances Mathews, Maudine Thrash. 




First Row, left to right: Lanelle Berryhill, Lillie Mae Nail, Mildred Smith, Betty Zeringue, 
Sue Thompson, Blanche Ellis, Jean Scott, Marjorie Breeden, Mary Frances Mathews, 
Jacqueline Musil, Jackie Hammond; Miss Stringer, Director. Second Row: Lila Jean Williams, 
Dorothy Boyd, Avis Clarke, Christine Gooch, Bobbye Staton, Dorothy Mclnnis, Ina Womack, 
Alice Brock, Buddy Tullos, Doris Johnson, Joan Read, Maudine Thrash. Third Row: Johnnie 
Riddell, Jean Riser, Lydumah Stanley, Catherine Taylor, Robert Girlings, James Curnick, 
David Martz, Elsie Sweeney, Peggy Therrell, Dot Johnson, Betty Therrell. Fourth Row: 
Claudine Rawls, A. J. Stennett, Stanley Smathers, Earl Derrington, Hagan Thompson, 
Marshall Thrash, Merton Williams, George Smith, Dow Williams. Accompanist, Jean Stegall. 



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BRIDE — Tommy Ainsworth 



PRESIDENT— G. M. McLendon 



GROOM— Katherine Stringer 



"OFFICIATING MINISTER"- 

Robert Cannada 
FLOWER GIRL— Annette Gibbes 



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Recessional 




Wedding Reception 




Wedding Party 



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JJepartrnerit of L^ampusolo 



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Royalty at the Penny Fair 



'Merry Christmas to all 
and to all a good night.' 




Golden Gloves Champion 
"Our" John Billy Huff 



Cheering Section at the Boxing Matches 





Quiet Moments at a Ball Game 



Loyal Supporters of Hinds Team 



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^Department of (^ampusology 




M.Y.F. Christmas Party 



Off to the Lions Bowl! 



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Decoration for Homecoming 



B.S.U. Christmas Party 



Kilroy Was "Really" Herel 




Nick Carries the Ball for Hinds 



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Jjepartment of Csampusoiogy 




Painted by Angelo and Erected by the B.S.U. 



Charles C. Lum, Shakespearean Actor 




Congressman John Bell Williams 
Speaks on Armistice Program 




Homecoming Reception 




Freshman-Sophomore Chicken Fry Last Summer 



Freshman-Sophomore Barbecue 



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(bagle Staff 




Jim McCoy 

Feature Editor 




Jackie Musil 
Typist 



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Joan Read 

Sports Editor 








Christine Gooch 

Editor 



Hubert Campbell 

Business Manager 




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Fred Davis 

Assistant Editor 




Angelo LaBathe 

Art Editor 




Betty Therrell 

Business Manager* 




Miss Halford 

Sponsor 




Evelyn Stallings 

Art Edito 




Shirley Williams 

Feature Editor 




Jessie McLendon 

Typist 



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Wilmer Odom 

Snapshot Editor 




Mary Jane Brent 

High School Editor 




Woodrow Ogden 

Photographer 




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Clyde Wages 

Vocational Editor 



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cJhe JLtbraryi 




The library, which is on the first floor of the Administration 
Building, contains between 5,000 and 6,000 volumes. Books are 
on open shelves, and students have free access to them and 
to all other library material. There is a seating capacity of 
approximately 100. The library is open every day and night 
except Sunday. 



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L^ouege QJootball 

The 1946 Eagle tootball squad was the greatest in Hinds' history, being undefeated 
Junior College Champions and Junior College Bowl Champions. This was their second 
straight year to receive an invitation to the Lions Bowl at Laurel, Mississippi. Coach John 
Read, who was assisted by Coaches Les Devall and Perry Waldvogel, attributes the Eagles' 
success to excellent team spirit, a fine group of co-operative boys, willing to work long and 
hard, and untiring support from the student body, faculty alumni and other Eagle fans. 



Football Scores 



Hinds 32 Scooba 12 

Hinds 26 Senatobia 6 

Hinds 14 Wesson 7 

Hinds 7 Poplarville 

Hinds 20 Perkinston 13 

Hinds 26 Moorhead 6 



Hinds 14 Decatur 12 

Hinds 6 Ellisville 6 

Hinds 20 Goodman 7 

Hinds 32 Summit 

Bowl Game 
Hinds 20 Ellisville 19 








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First Row, left to right: Don Winstead, Jimmy Glisson, Herk Moseley, Nick Digorolamo, "Tad" 
Thrash, Jim Carballo, George Smith, Ernie Elias, "Perk" Lovell, James Ray Bres. Second 
Row: Elray Morgan, Ed Kelson, Louis Boteler, James T. Monk, "Popeye" Shores, Jack Fulker- 
son, Dan Matthews, George Grava, Wayne Hegwood, Kenneth Hutchinson, Raymond Burle- 
son. Third Row: Coach Waldvogel, Coach Devall, Willie D. Wiles, Joe Valentour, Jimmy 
Sneed, Carl Eckert, Martin McClosky, Hal Rogers, David Mayfield, Luther Tuberville, Joe 
Horton (Manager), David Comola (Manager), Coach Read. Fourth Row: Othel Mendrop 
(Manager), Ralph Hogan (Manager), Willie Nail, Winkie Horton, Leonard Maccunas, 
Herschel Blakeny, Roy Gober, Charles Steen. 



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Coach DeVall 





James Ray Bres 

Quarterback 

Most Valuable 

Conference Player 



James T. Monk 

Tackle 

All State 

Little All American 



Coach Read 



Jim Carballo 

Halfback 
All State 









Nick Digirolamo 

Fullback 
All State 



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Elray Morgan 

End 
All State 




Kenneth Hutchinson 

Tackle 




Ed Kelson 

Guard, Center 



George Grava 

Guard, Center 




Raymond Burleson 

Halfback 



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Melvin Pratt 

End 





Jimmy Glisson 

Quarterback 




Hal Rogers 

End 




Martin McClosky 

Guard 



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David Mayfield 

Tackle 



ultfids 




Wayne Hegwood 

Tackle 




Charles Steen 

Fullback 



Jack Fulkerson 

Tackle 



Louis "Skin" Boteler 

End 



MBV 







"Tad" Thrash 

Quarterback 



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Joe Valentour 

Guard 




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Leonard Macunas 

End 




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Guard, Center 



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Luther Tuberville 

Guard 



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Ernie Elias 

Halfback 



(bagles 




"* **Y*" Shores 

Guard < Center 




D an Matthews 

Guard 




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"Winkie" Horton 

Tackle 



uttgh School (yootball 



The Raymond High School Football Team was undefeated 
in the Class "B" Middle Mississippi Region and suffered 
only one defeat from a Class "A" team. 




Front Row, left to right: Frank Reynolds, Talmadge Brock, Peyton 
Watson, Fred Tann, Freddie Hahn, Jack Herring, Tommy Newman, 
Bobby Fortenberry, Oliver Shearer. Back Row: Coach Waldvogel, 
Eddie Ward, Billy Lee Vaughn, James Nail, Jim Wood, Coach 
DeVall. 



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Left to Right: Minnie Katherine Stringer, John Billy Huff, Myrtle Bell, James Johnson, Wyvonne Whitehead. 



1 1 iajorettes 




Leit to Right: Jo Tisdale, Clarice Mashburn, Norma Jean Martin, Patsy Baker, Jackie Casey. 



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(college {Basketball 




The college boys' team was one of the strongest of the Junior College teams, finishing the 
season's play with a record of fourteen games won and five lost, which placed them third in 
conference standing. 

The girls' team had an excellent record, too, winning fifteen games and losing only four, thus 
finishing in third place in the conference. These boys and girls not only maintained a good record 
in basketball competition but maintained a high average in scholastic work as well. 




Boys — Front Row, left to right: David Martz; Oliver Gary; Perry Richardson; Louis Boteler; James Ray Bres; Roland 
Cranford, HONORABLE MENTION. Back Row: Coach DeVall; Pete Hodo; Hal Rogers; Othel Mendrop, ALL-STATE; 
Charles Byrd, HONORABLE MENTION; Dan Lassiter; Robert McKissack, HONORABLE MENTION. 

Girls— Front Row, left to right: Patsy Baker; Claire Meeks; Katherine Stringer; Myrtle Bell, HONORABLE MENTION; 
Ina Mae Maran; Lillie Mae Nail. Back Row: Emogene Johnston; Evelyn Walker, ALL-STATE; Nan Lee; Jane Biggs; 
Betty Pepper; Sarah Gill, ALL-STATE; Coach Gibbes. 

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uitgh School {Jbasketbatt 




The boys' team, one of the best in recent years, won the subregional tournament 
at Culkin Academy and was classed as fourth best team in the Middle Mississippi 
Region. While the girls' team had fewer victories, they made a splendid showing at 
the subregional tournament before being defeated by a slight margin in the semi-finals. 




Boys— Left to Right: Coach DeVall, James Nail, Jim Wood, Billy Lee Vaughn, Talmadge Brock, Freddie 
Hahn, Tommy Newman, Billy McCoy, Bobby Fortenberry (Manager). 

Girls— First How. left to right: Ruby Nell White, Mildred Gallman, Alice Higgenbottom, Juanita Culi- 
pher, Scrra Hoiliday, Jessie McLendon, Gertrude Bray. Second Row: Coach Treloar, Jo Ree McNair, 
Ann Hollis, Carolyn Clark, Maurine Mashburn, Betty Pope, Norma Jean Martin, Irene Hodge, Nancy 
Hall, Eleanor Bardin, Mary Dee Darby (Manager). 



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The H.J.C. Baseball Team, after playing a number of games last spring and 
summer, finished fourth in the state semi pro-tournament.. It has a splendid 
chance to win the championship this season. 




First row, left to right — Herk Mosley, Earl Roth, Roland Cranford, Ernie Elias, Nick Digorolamo, 
James Ray Bres, Hopkins Phillips, Willie D. Wiles. Back row — Coach Waldvogel, Jimmy Glisson, 
Luther Tuberville, George Grava, Knox McNair. Thomas Chick, Leonard Macunas, "Winky" Horton, 
Carl Eckert, Jack Fulkerson, Carl Hill, Coach Read. 



cJrack 



This group of boys were state champions in 1946 and are expected to repeat 
their performance in 1947. They will compete with several senior colleges in 
addition to their junior college competitors this season. 




First row, left to right — Leonard Macunas, Charles Steen, Tad Thrash, George Smith, Roy Gober, 
David Martz, Herk Mosley. Back row — Coach. DeVall, Dick Preis, George Grava, Dan Lassiter, Othel 
Mendrop, Hal Rogers, Jack Fulkerson, Nick Digorolamo. 

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oxing 



EARL ROTH 

State Golden Gloves 

Middle-Weight 

Semi-Finalist 



CHARLES KEATON 

State Golden Gloves 

Heavy-Weight 

Champion 



ED KELSON 

State Golden Gloves 

Light-Heavy 

Champion 



PERRY WALDVOGEL 
COACH 



JIM SNEED 

State Golden Gloves 

Light-Heavy Novice 

Champion 




First row. left to right — Tad Thrash, Jiru McCoy, John Billy Huff, Ernie Elias, Jim Fondren. Second 
row — Earl Roth, Charles Keaton, Ed Kelson, Coach Waldvogel. 



TAD THRASH 

State Golden Gloves 

Light-Weight 

Champion 



JIM FONDREN 
State Golden Gloves 
Welter-Weight 
Champion 



JIM McCOY 

State Golden Gloves 

Light-Weight 

Semi-Finalist 



JOHN BILLY HUFF 

State Golden Gloves 

Welter-Weight Champion 

Outstanding Boxer in 

State Golden Gloves Tournament 



ERNIE ELIAS 

State Golden Gloves 

Middle-Weight 

Champion 



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y^trls [Physical vbducatton 








The girls' physical education program consists of conditioning exercises, 
basketball, tumbling, dancing, volleyball, badminton, softball and swimming. 
In addition to' these, all girls are required to complete several physical fitness 
tests during the year. 







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i^trls y^hysical Education 




Annie Lou Sykes, Margie Eichelberger, Mildred Smith, Betty Therrell, Jane 
Denson, Viola Miller, Elizabeth Rasberry, Jackie Musil, Betty Zeringue, Mary 
D. Darby, Wyvonne Whitehead, Emily Cook, Dow Williams, Lila Jean Williams., 




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Lriuiers of Q/he [Penny QJatr igjf6 




QUEEN— Elizabeth Rasberry 



KING— Popeye Shores 



Vocational Department Representatives 



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Jackson, Mississippi 








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Brookhaven, Mississippi 




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Most Talented 

Jeanne Stegall 



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Maudine Thrash 



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Who 




Cutest Boy 

John Billy Huff 



Cutest Girl 

Josephine Barnett 





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Most Neatly Dressed Boy 

Billy Brent 



Most Neatly Dressed Girl 

Irene Kennedy 




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Most Original 

Shirley Williams 



Greenest Freshman 

Charlie Byrd 



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Dot Johnson 



John Billy Huff 



Betty Therrell 



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Joe Valentour 






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WITTIEST 
Winky Horton 




Elizabeth Rasberry 



Popeye Shores 



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Jessie Claire McLendon 

Most Outstanding Student 



School 




Nick Digirolamo 

Most Popular Boy 




Norma Jean Martin 

Most Popular Girl 



Baker Austin 

Most Neatly Dressed Boy 




Betty Anne Dear 

Most Neatly Dressed Girl 




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Tommy Newman 

Best Boy Athlete 




Juanita "Flap" Culipher 

Best Girl Athlete 




Freddie Hahn 

Most Handsome Boy 




Norma Jean Martin 

Most Beautiful Girl 



vi/hos 



Nellavie Stringer 

Most Intelligent Student 







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Sue McKissack 
Friendliest Student 




Tommy Watkins 
Cutest Boy 



uitgh School 



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Clarice Mashburn 
Cutest Girl 



Clifton Session 
Wittest Student 




Ralph Burghard 
Most Versatile 






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Band trip or pallet party? : . . 
Anxious moments] . . . High lov- 
ing! . . . Hubba-hubba! . . . 
Goodman or Hinds? . . . Well 
deserved. . . . "Is it that bad?" 
. . . Eloping? . . . Escaped! . . . 
Are you kidding? . . . Sisters? 



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Hubbard Chevrolet Company, Inc. 

Utica, Mississippi 

"You'll be ahead with a Chevrolet" 



Jot frcr»l>micj' TrantfiOrlatiom 




John Deere Quality Farm Equipment 

Westinghouse Appliances 

Telephone 3761 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

RAYMOND BARBER SHOP 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

Dan Tabb's Seal Lily Parlor 

Raymond, Mississippi 



COMPLIMENTS 



of 




Orange- 
CrUSh 






CARBONATED 
\ BEVERAGE/ 



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JACKSON BOTTLING WORKS 



Jackson, Mississippi 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

G. W. and M. H. Simmons 

General Merchandise 
Utica, Mississippi 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

Utica Laundry and Dry Cleaners 

R. W. McKeithen, proprietor 



McGUFFEE MOTOR COMPANY 

Authorized Ford Dealers 

Utica, Mississippi 
Phone 2541 



COMPLIMENTS 



of 



ORGILL HARDWARE COMPANY 



Jackson, Mississippi 



'Our 100th year' 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

CITY CAFE 

Raymond, Mississippi 

Mrs. Hermon Ward, proprietor 



Biggs Hardware Company, Inc. 

Utica, Mississippi 
Day Phone 2251 



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jjt A J. I. Case Farm Equipment Dealer 

W^ GADD1S MOTOR 
ffffW COMPANY, INC. 

>^J^^|v Authorized Ford Dealers 

IhAHT i Distributor Gulf Products 

Raymond Phone 2-311 Miss. 


COMPLIMENTS 

of 

Ramond Service Station 


A. JOSEPH & COMPANY 

Wholesale Dealers in 
BANANAS AND PRODUCE 

Jackson Mississippi 


MISSISSIPPI GLASS COMPANY 

Wholesale and Retail 
Jackson Mississippi 


COMPLIMENTS 
of 

The Raymond Dry Cleaners 

Proprietor, Mrs. Hattie Grant 


COMPLIMENTS 
of 

WILLIAM'S DRUG STORE 

Raymond Mississippi 


COMPLIMENTS 

! of 

MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS 
BANK 

Raymond Mississippi 


PRIMOS RESTAURANT 

"The best place to eat" 
Jackson Mississippi 


COMPLIMENTS OF 
Plumbing Wholesale Company 

Jackson Mississippi 


COMPLIMENTS 
of 

JACKSON COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING CO. 

Jackson Mississippi 


COMPLIMENTS 
of 

THE MERCHANTS COMPANY 

Jackson Mississippi 

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Super-Dupers! . . . Going our way? 
. . . Such is life. . . . How people 
do change? . . . West side cuties! . . . 
A goodly number of Amebas? . . . 
Tom. . . . Characters! . . . Field trip? 
... At it again? . . . Public Baths? . . . 
Freshman (1960). 



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COMPLIMENTS 
of 

JITNEY JUNGLE 

Raymond « Mississippi 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

PAUL'S 

Raymond Mississippi 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 



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BARQS BOTTLING CO. 



Jackson 



Mississippi 



JEAN'S VARIETY STORE 

General Mercantile 

"Service with a Smile" 
Raymond Mississippi 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

OBERHOUSEN'S CAFE 

Raymond Mississippi 



JOHN JUNIKER, Jeweler 

Certified Watchmaker 

115 West Capitol Street 

Tel. 3-4312 Jackson, Miss. 




BROWN MUSIC COMPANY 

'Jackson's Complete Music Store" 



Phone 4-8305 



Jackson, Miss. 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

the McNeill drug store 

Raymond Mississippi 



ARMAND COULLET 

Concert Series 

"The World's Greatest Artists" 

Jackson Mississippi 



CHAS. LONG COMPANY 

GENERAL MERCANTILE 
Raymond Mississippi 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

Everett Hardware Company 



Jackson 



Mississippi 



WE 
JACKSON 



Jackson 




Company 



Mississippi 



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MISSISSIPPI POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 

Helping Build Mississippi 



WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR SINCERE 
APPRECIATION TO THOSE WHO HAVE 
HELPED MAKE THIS ANNUAL POSSIBLE 
BY COOPERATING WITH US IN OUR FIRST 
EXPERIENCE OF PUBLISHING ADVERTISE- 
MENTS. 

ANNUAL STAFF 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SPENCER BROTHERS CORPORATION 

DISTRIBUTORS — KAISER CARS 
FRAZER CARS 

856-66 South State Street 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Telephone 

3-2468 



0//1 Clppreciation 

In assembling the last pages of the Eagle, a volume we 
hope you will refer to often and one which will bring 
back remembrances of happenings and people dear to 
you, we wish to express our sincere appreciation and 
gratitude to: Miss Mary Halford, our sponsor, who has 
worked so untiringly; President G. M. McLendon, for his 
interest; each member of the Eagle Staff for his efforts; 
and to the entire Faculty and Student Body of HINDS 
JUNIOR COLLEGE. 

HUBERT CAMPBELL 
BETTY THERRELL 
Business Managers. 



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