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DR. ANNETTE R. CRICKARD 

East Mississippi Jr. C*ll«f « 

Scooba, Mississippi 




ORGANIZATIONS 

ACTIVITIES 

SPORTS 

SNAPSHOTS 

ADVERTISEMENTS 



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Scooba, Mississippi 



Supt. Henry W. Myatt, Secretary DeKalb, Miss. 

E. A. Temple Electric Mills, Miss. 

W. W. Shepherd DeKalb, Miss. 

Howard Wilkerson DeKalb, Miss. 

L. D. McDade Porterville, Miss. 

Earl McKelvaine DeKalb, Miss. 

Supt. Melton E. Rhodes, Chairman Meridian, Miss. 

Grady Clark Lauderdale, Miss. 

Dr. McRae V. Mosby Meridian, Miss. 

Willie Neal Meridian, Miss. 

W. W. Thompson Causeyville, Miss. 

J. P. White Bailey, Miss. 

Supt. John Barrett Macon, Miss. 

L. T. Anderson Shuqualak, Miss. 

Cale Parke Brooksville, Miss. 

Wade Little Cooksville, Miss. 

B. G. Patty Cliftonville, Miss. 

Paul Daniels Macon, Miss. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

John Persons Scooba, Miss. 

Grace Briggs Porterville, Miss. 

Jack Harbour DeKalb, Miss. 

Russell Shepard Preston, Miss. 

Ernest P. Bateman DeKalb, Miss. 

William S. Wright Meridian, Miss. 

Brad Rhaley Lauderdale, Miss. 

Oliver L. King Collinsville, Miss. 

L. D. Walker Meridian, Miss. 

Roy Griffin Kewanee, Miss. 

B. S. Marler Cliftonville, Miss. 

W. S. Mullins Paulette, Miss. 

J. W. Eiland Macon, Miss. 

T. L. Thompson Shuqualak, Miss. 

D. S. Norwood Brooksville, Miss. 



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Executive Committee 




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Secretary H. W. Myatt 



Chairman AA. E. Rhodes 




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DR. ANNETTE P. CRICKARD 

East Mississippi Jr. College 

Scooba, Mississippi 




TED McBRAYER 
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HELEN ANDERSON 

Associate Editor 



Because we appreciate her for the sterling qual- 
ities she has exhibited as a guiding influence 
for the youth of our college 

Because she has worked diligently and untir- 
ingly toward the advancement of educational 
opportunities 

Because she has understood our problems, 
helped us with patience, listened to our com- 
plaints with an unfailing smile, inspired us with 
confidence, encouraged us when we were dis- 
heartened, and enhanced our chances for suc- 
cess 

We proudly dedicate this, our 1955 Lion, to 
our sponsor 

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Although this is the first year that Mr. Harbour has served 
in the capacity as President of the East Mississippi Junior 
College, already gratifying changes in the campus and 
the curriculum are evident. 

We, the students, appreciate his vision for an enlarged 
and greater B.M.J. C. and his unflagging efforts in mak- 
ing that vision a reality. 

He has won the respect of the students for his unlimited 
enthusiasm, for his integrity of purpose, and for his sin- 
cere personal interest in the welfare of each student. 

We are glad to dedicate this page to our President— the 
man who in one year has made so many of our dreams 
come true. 



^administration 





FRED FULTON 
Dean 



ANNIE E. ANDERSON 
Dean of Women 






A. L. OUBRE, JR. 
Registrar 



AARON McRAE 
Business Manager 



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EVA AYCOCK 

Music 




ANNIE ANDERSON 

Education and 

Mathematics 



HOMER A. BLANKENSHIP 
Chemistry 




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KATHLEEN W. BLANKENSHIP 
Secretarial Science 




GENE CRAGO 

Music Appreciation 

and Band 



ANNETTE P. CRICKARD 
English 



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KEYES CURRIE 

Social Science and 

Basketball Coach 




JAMES E. DEAN 
Social Science 




FRED FULTON 
Mathematics 




EDNA B. HARBOUR 
English 



ANNIE E. HULL 
Home Economics 



EARL JONES 
Industrial Arts 






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Business Administration 




N. J. SMITH 
College Agriculture 



I. Q. WEAVER 
Vocational Agriculture 



MARY WILLIAMS 
Librarian 



Office and 

dormitory ^Personnel 



MRS. KITTY CURRY 
Office Secretary 






MRS. ALICE LUKE 
Dietician 



MRS. ONA JUMPER 
Assistant to the Dean of Women 





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Improving his reading. 



Betty, the poor working girl. 





The Football royalty. 



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Rayford Aldridge 
Jesse Allen 



John William Aust 

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William G. Brown 





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Sibyl Brumley 
Charles Edward Bryan 

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Joseph Daniel Campbell 
Nell Chaney 






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Edwin Clark 
James Clay 



John W. Coggins 
Amos. L. Courtney 



Jack W. Davis 
Roynald M. Dees 




James Grady Eldridge 

Picture not available 

Billy Charles Eskridge 




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Billy Ethridge 
Sue Gabriel 



Sarah Gray 
Evelle Haggard 





Donald Haggard 
Fred Harbour 



Laderel Harrelson 
Dorothy Ann Hemphi 



Tvosusy 




Ira O. Herrington 
Henry AA. Holland 

Picture not available 



Garry V. Hughes 
Bobby N. Irby 



Myrlene Johnson 
Jane Knapp 



William J. Landrum 

Picture not available 

Billy Litchfield 




Ted McBrayer 
Boyd McCollum 



Leo McCulloch 
William McAAinn 




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William Mann 
Alvalene Martin 



Thomas Mayatt 
W. D. Mitchell 



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Willie Mitchell 

Picture not available 

Nell Moore 



Willard Moss 

Picture not available 

Bryant Myatt 



Fred Phillips 
Fred Peden 

Picture not available 




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Charles Quinnelly 
James Scribner 




Brooks Shepherd 
Sarah Shewmake 



Bobbye Smith 
Ira Smith 





John Smith 
Peggy Snowden 



Carlton R. Sollie 
Doris Stokes 



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Marcus L. Stokes 
Sallie Swann 



Valda Tolle 
William D. Walton 

Picture not available 



Mildred Weaver 
Robert A. White 



Mackie D. Wilson 
Royette Wood 






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DR , ANNETTE P. CRIOCARD 

East Mississippi Jr. College 

Scooba, Mississippi 




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Emily Allen 

Jean Allen 

Betty Jo Amacker 



Marion Anders 
Helen Anderson 
Nolan Atkins 





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Charles Bankston 
Ann Bass 
Edwin Bass 



Leon Baty 

Picture not available 

Thomas Beaird 
Wayne Bean 




Carolyn Boardman 
Paul Box 
Boyd William 



Bobby Ray Bray 
Ralph Brooks 
William Bruner 



Ernest Bryan 
Johney Ray Bufkin 
Marion Burchfield 



Billie Butler 
Derwood Cannon 
James Caviness 




Norma Caviness 
Harold Chastain 
Faye Clark 



George Clolinger 
Charles Coker 
Julius Collums 





Verlin Ann Cook 
Nolin Cook 
James Cronan 



Norman Downey 
Irene Duncan 
Jessie Mae Fraizer 




Maxine Fulton 
Norman Gibson 
Katherine Grace 



Floyd Griffin 
Wilmer Grimes 
Janice Hagan 



Levi Hailey 
Walterine Hailey 
Charles Hammack 

Picture not available 



Roscoe Harbour 
John Harpole 
Betty Harris 




Peggy Harvey 
Durel Head 
Pat Hegwood 



Bobby Henderson 
Lorene Herrington 
Billy Jackson 





Carole Jackson 
Nell Johnson 
Charles Jones 



Joann Jones 

Billy Clyde Joseph 

Mrs. R. L. Jumper 




Katherine Key 
Charles Kynerd 
John Lee 



Joyce Limerick 
Oliver Limerick 
Sally Luke 



Thomas Luke 
Paul McCoy 
Clarice McDonald 



Grady McDonald 
L. D. McDonald 
Maxine McDonald 




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Willis AAcKee 
Robert R. AAobbs 
Dennis Morgan 



Wilburn Ray Murphree 
Ellis Nash 
James Nester 





Natalie Nester 
Marvin Orr 
James Oswalt 



Curry Mac Palmer 
Roland Palmer 
Tommie Lou Pickard 




Eugene Poole 
John W. Puckett 

Picture not available 

Lewis Keith Putman 



Purvis Ratcliff 
Franklin Richardson 
Charles Sanders 



Lewis Sanders 
Margaret Savage 

Picture not available 

Thomas Scarbrough 



Clarence Schell 
Fred M. Scoggins 
John D. Shepherd 







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Connie Mack Smith 
Frances Ann Smith 
George Smith 

Picture not available 



Prentice Smith 
Duane Shurden 
John Snell 




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Thomas Southerland 

Picture not available 

Daniel Stanley 
Bobby Stewart 



Marlene Stewart 
Charlene Stokes 
Raymond Stokes 




Paul Storey 
Wanzie Strickland 
William Stringfellow 



Gloria Talbert 
Ethel Thomas 
William Thomas 



Lewis Thompson 

Picture not available 

Tohy T. Tisdale 
Annie Lou Vernon 



Joyce Vernon 
Jerry M. Ward 
Harold Wheeless 




PR. ANNETTE P. CRICKARD 

fiast Mississippi Jr. College 

Scooba, Mississippi 

Joseph White, Jr. 

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Wayne Wilkins 




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Robert Hubbard 



William A.Williams 
Barbara Wood 
Mack Wood 











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Seniors 

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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Thomas Aust 
Shirley Sue Baty 
Betty Lee Burroughs 




Knox Dudley, Jr. 
Mildred Edwards 







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Robert Parker 


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Picture not available 



Loyd Hutcherson 

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Alice Nix 
Sandra Russell 
Peggy Ann Thomason 




Billy Joe Waits 
Janice Waits 
Patricia Wilder 
Charles Williams 



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Barbara Sue Cherry 
AAarlene Davis 



Ruel Elliott 
Jeanette Lunsford 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Marilyn Mann 
Billy Parke 
Judy Purvis 



Damon Shelton 
Bill ie Thomason 

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Allen Wimberly 





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December 3, 195k 



Dr. Annette P. Crickard 
East Mississippi Jr. College 
Scooba, Mississippi 

Dear Doctor Crickard: 



In judging the lovely photographs of the students, we 
found it difficult to make a selection as they all 
have individual charm. 

However, since you request that we make a choice, Lucy 
and I have mutually agreed on Barbara Wood and Curry 
Palmer for their appearance and personality. 

We are returning the photographs and an autographed 
photograph for Barbara and Curry, and best wishes to 
all. 

Thank you for the honor of judging your contest. 

Sincerely, 



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DONALD HAGGARD 




Peggy, a sophomore from Center Hill, 
was the unanimous choice for Football 
Queen at E.M.J.C. in '54 and '55. 

She was crowned by A. L. Courtney, 
captain of the football team, at a ban- 
quet held in her honor in October. 

Her maids, Carolyn and Barbara, were 
escorted by the co-captains : Pete Mc- 
Minn, Bo Allen, and Willard Moss. 



Queen 

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KNOX DUDLEY, JR. 




BILLIE THOMASON 



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The Lion staff began 
meeting at the first of 
school and worked dili- 
gently until the first of 
March to provide you 
with a beautiful annual. 



The staff of the Colle- 
gian, all inexperienced, 
met as a regular class, 
elected Raymond Stokes, 
editor, and put out an 
excellent paper filled 
with news and pictures. 



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LIBRARY COUNCIL 
Mrs. Williams and her in- 
valuable aids — Wood, Dun- 
can, Harris — discuss library 
tactics. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 
The council, newly formed 
this year, is a unifying force 
in campus life. 





DORMITORY COUNCIL 
Hemphill, Moore, Dean An- 
derson, Harris, Talbert, han- 
dle matters of government 
in the dormitory. 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 

Sponsored by 

Dr. James Dean 




FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 



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DRAMATIC CLUB . . . 
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Tom is a freshman music major from 
Calhoun City. Besides doing an ex- 
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is in the glee club, plays a fine trum- 
pet, and has taken an active part in 
dramatics. 



Head Majorette 

MARLENE DAVIS 
Marlene is an attractive and popular 
junior from Scooba. Having served 
two years in the drill squad, Marlene 
stepped into the job of band major- 
ette. She did an excellent job and 
we hope to see her back next year. 





MR. GENE CRAGO, our new band di- 
rector, has greatly improved our music 
department. Besides having organized 
several musical groups, he has made 
our band an excellent marching and 
concert band. 

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robes. The group has had a busy season filling engagements in various communities. 




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Opponents E.M.J.C. 

Wood 37 88 

Wood 64 88 

Wesson 48 70 

Southwest 63 78 

Soothwest 68 70 

Wesson 65 82 

Fulton 80 89 

Fulton 71 81 

Northwest .... 59 62 

AAoorhead . 85 86 

Marion Institute 63 79 

Goodman 63 68 

Decatur 93 88 

Decatur 65 43 

Ellisville 63 56 

Fulton ,...___ 66 78 

Booneville 83 84 

Goodman 87 68 

Moorhead 91 92 

Booneville 70 73 

Fulton 60 62 

Ellisville 89 88 

Detroit Vagabonds 70 73 

Total 1603 1746 



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BILL BRUNNER 
Center 



JOE CAMPBELL 
Guard 



CHARLES COKER 
Forward 



JULIUS COLLUMS 
Guard 



JACK DAVIS 
Guard 



SONNY HERRINGTON 
Forward 



GARY HUGHES 
Center 





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Wesson 


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59 


Southwest 


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63 


Southwest 


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51 


Wesson 


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69 


Fulton 


57 


73 


Fulton 


46 


52 


Northwest 


33 


51 


Goodman 


43 


43 


Decatur 


40 


70 


Decatur 


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50 


Ellisville 


30 


28 


Fulton 


59 


61 


Booneville 


52 


54 


Goodman 


19 


56 


Booneville .. 


43 


40 


Fulton 


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50 


Ellisville 


23 


42 


Total 


693 


912 



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BETTY AMACKER 
Center, Forward 



CAROLYN BOARDMAN 
Forward 



SIBYL BRUAALEY 
Guard 



SUE GABRIEL 
Forward 



PEGGY HARVEY 
Guard 



JOYCE LIMERICK 
Forward 



clarice Mcdonald 

Guard 



alvalene martin 

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TOMMIE LOU PICKARD 
Guard 



SARAH SHEWMAKE 
Forward 



CHARLENE STOKES 
Center, Forward 



DORIS STOKES 
Guard 



GLORIA TALBERT 
Forward 



VALDA TOLLE 
Guard 



BARBARA WOOD 
Guard 



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Manager 







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Hill Lanier Buchanan, Baty, Mann, Baty, 
Thomason, Hill, Lanier, 
Davis, Purvis, Cherry. 




First row: Park, Purvis, Williams, Wimberly, Dudley. Second row: Thomas, Aust, 
Darnell, Dudley, Elliott. 




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The Christmas Dance proved a gala affair with the students enjoying the music 
of Harmon Knight and his orchestra. 





'May I have the pleasure?" 



THE VALENTINE INFORMAL 

Hearts, punch, cakes, cookies, 
music, and fun. 



A. L. had THIS pleasure! 





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SERVICE STATION 




J. K. BRIGGS, Owner 




Washing and Lubrication 
Atlas Tires and Batteries 


SOUTHERN 


Scooba, Mississippi 


ELECTRIC CO. 


A. H. NIOLON & SONS 

Coffee Roasters 
Coffees, Teas, and Spices 


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SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY CO. 

KOHLER AND KOHLER FIXTURES 
FAIRBANKS-MORSE PUMPS 

Meridian, Mississippi 



MERILL PAINT & HARDWARE CO., INC. 

Glass and Wallpaper 

"To Avoid Complaints — Use Merill's Paints" 

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FRIEND OF THE COMMUNITY 

Your 

NEWSPAPER 

Keeps You Well Informed on All Events 

THE MERIDIAN STAR 



FURNITURE OF DISTINCTION 

The furniture that you buy from us today will last through 
the years; in fact, fine furniture today will be the heir- 
looms of tomorrow. We look forward to your visit. 

RICE-PAPPENHEIMER FURNITURE COMPANY 



22 1 3 Front St. 



Meridian, Mississippi 



ADAMS DRUG STORE 

"Where Friends Meet" 

Prescription Druggists 

DEKALB, MISSISSIPPI 



POST OFFICE 
DRUG CO. 

MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 



KEMPER MOTOR COMPANY 

CHEVROLET DEALERS 
DeKalb, Mississippi 



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McRAE & COMPANY, INC. 

A Complete Line of Plumbing 

and 
Heating Supplies 





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KEMPER MOTOR CO. 

ONE STOP SERVICE 
Chevrolet Dealers 

DEKALB, MISSISSIPPI 



TOM HILL 

SERVICE STATION 

& GROCERY 

Scooba, Mississippi 



RAYNER DRUG 

Meridian, Mississippi 
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED 



LUCILLE McRAE 

CHANCERY CLERK 
DeKalb, Mississippi 




COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



McRAE LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 

DEKALB, MISSISSIPPI 
Quality Dry Cleaners 



E. M. SHAFF 

General Merchandise 
Scooba, Mississippi 



H. D. DARE & COMPANY 

Dealer In 

Furniture and Undertakers 
Supplies 

MACON, MISSISSIPPI 

Store Phone 69 

Nite Phone 
139-118 



Compliments of 

MOORE'S 
RECORD SHOP 

MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 



FRAILEY'S LIBERTY 
CASH GROCERY 

Macoji, Mississippi 




Best Wishes From Your Friends 

LERNER JEWELRY CO. 

Divided Payments at No Extra Cost 

SINCE 1913 

MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 



FEWEL BUICK COMPANY 

Sales and Service 

3221 Fifth Street 

MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 

Telephones 6104 and 6105 









CITY DRUG STORE 


McGUIRES JEWELRY 

Macon, Mississippi 


PRESCRIPTIONS 

COSMETICS 

GIFTS 




Macon, Mississippi 




AIR CONDITIONED 


Large or Small 
We Welcome Your Account 


GEORGE C OGDEN 
Wholesale 

Candies, Notions 
Dry Goods 


BANK OF MACON 

MACON, MISSISSIPPI 




MACON, MISSISSIPPI 

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THELMA ROBERTS BEAUTY SHOP 
Highway 16, West 
SCOOBA, MISSISSIPPI 



ROY'S SERVICE STATION 

Cafe and Cabins 

HOME COOKED FOODS 

'/> Mile North Scooba, Miss. 

Highway 45 




HUILIF 



GOWER 
PRINTING & OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 

The House of Friendly Service 

2315 Fourth Street 
Meridian, Mississippi 




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HILL'S SERVICE STATION 

& 

RESTAURANT 

Hiway 45 North 
Scooba, Mississippi 



PAN-AM 



JIMMY HOPPER'S 

Hardware Store 

Scooba, Miss. 

HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS 



JUDGE LITTLE 
SPORTING GOODS 

Meridian, Mississippi 



TOWNSEND CLEANERS 

Pickup and Delivery Service 
Scooba, Mississippi 



BRIGGS' CAFE 

SCOOBA, MISSISSIPPI 
Phone 9141 



BRYAN BROTHERS 
PACKING CO. 



EASTBURN'S FLORIST 


West Point, Mississippi 


Flowers For All Occasions 




MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 






PRAIRIE BELT B RYAN BROS. 




MEATS CANNED MEAT 


Complin 


ients of 



WEBB FUNERAL HOME 



MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 




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JIMMIE'S SHOE SHOP 

Quality Workmanship 
MACON, MISSISSIPPI 




FROST 
DRUG STORE 

Gifts, Drugs, Sundries 

and 

School Supplies 

PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED 

Scooba, Mississippi 

Favorite 



MERCHANTS AND 
FARMERS BANK 



Macon, Mississippi 

Branches, Shuqualak and Scooba 
MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. 




Listen, my children, and you shall hear 

Of the way we've spent our time this year 

On a wonderful yearbook that is for you; 

We hope you'll like it as much as we do. 

We've worked and slaved to make it the best 

And now that it's finished . . . we hope we can rest! 



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