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J 10-minutes 300 Girls Invited To Join 4W Clubs COLUMBUS Rush season is over at Mississippi State College for Women and bids have gone out to three hundred freshmen and new upperclassmen. Girls from 18 states, including Mississippi, were tapped by the 10 four-year four-year four-year social clubs. GAUNTLETS Gwen Barber, Greenwood; Anna Marie Barnes, Columbia; Ellen BlakelvXlreen-ville; BlakelvXlreen-ville; BlakelvXlreen-ville; Judy Boland, Senatoblai Patsy Kay Cealdwell, Phillpp; Betty Drake, Jackson; Edene Durston, Starkville; Patricia Hill, Philadelphia; Llllaio Hix-on, Hix-on, Hix-on, Charleston; Christy Jrpsen, Tunica; Susan Kline. Senatobia; Patsy McGuire, Memphis; Betsey Milward, Whitehaven, Term.) Diane Parker, Memphis; Linda Parker. Kickman, Ky. Carole Pennington, Pennington, Stoner; Donna Pugh, Memphis; Mar-lorla Mar-lorla Mar-lorla Rasmussen, Memphis; Dale Reynolds, Reynolds, Charleston, S. C; Mary Frances Sherman, Greenville; Julia Singley, Columbia; Columbia; Robbve Lynn Snow, Tunica; Jan Thompson, Philadelphia; Sandra Anne Wilborn, Tupelo; Linda Winters, Glen-dor Glen-dor Glen-dor a, and Beverly Smort. Columbus. HIGHLANDERS Betty Jean Abernethy, Huntsville, Ala., Diane Allison, Sarah; Eleanor Biggers, Jackson; Margaret Bond, Meridian; Peggy Peggy Brand, Prairie; Martha Choo, Clarks-dale; Clarks-dale; Clarks-dale; Neva Clark, Morton; Linda Cook, Fernbank, Ala.; Sharon Culver, Bogue Chitto; Carole Cunningham, Louiievllle; Sherry Cunningham, Louisville; Diane Dale, Houston; Sandra Doollttle, Louisville; Louisville; Lynn Essex, San Antonio, Tex.; Berenda Foster, Brookhaven; Linda Lewis, Houston;' Eve Long, Sarlingen; Doris Martin, Reform, Ala.; Mary Mc-Common, Mc-Common, Mc-Common, Amory; Melinda McMahen, Union; Mary Page, Hailehurst; Betty Patch, Houston; Anice Pearson, Menton City; Barbara Jo Porter, Louisville,; Inei Reed, Louisville; Mabel Rhodes, Brandon; Betty Scott, Houston, Ruth Carolyn Thompson, Jackson; Jlmmie Claire Woolev, Pascagoula; Blllie Welch, Jackson; Floyce Cooeland, Newton, and Viglnia Waggoner, Morton. LANCERS Patsy Calloway, Holly Grove, Ark.; Nancy Cooper, Picayune; Nadine Dabbs. Greenwood; Narty Finlev, Memphis; Ann Fitch, Holly Springs; Barbara Gebhard, Orlando, Fla.; Mae Gordon, Grenada; Lela Gray, Helena, Ark.; Carolyn Grif-fis, Grif-fis, Grif-fis, Memphis; Judith Arm Harden, Amory; Brenda Hicman, White Haven, Tenn.; Diane Hodges, Tupelo; Lydia Hoffman, Natchez; Brenda Kirkpatrick; Patricia Ann Kirknatrick, Lumbertcn; Linda Marble, Blytheville, Ark.; Ann Mover,! Memphis; Ruth Elizabeth Nee!v, Grenada; Barbara Niemeyer, Lum-ber'ton; Lum-ber'ton; Lum-ber'ton; Liz Parker, Jackson; Barbara Palmer, Vlcksburg; Priscilla Robbins, Tupelo; Miriam Robers, Whistler, Ala.; Pam Schilling, Magnolia; Marilyn Tack-ett, Tack-ett, Tack-ett, Amory; Alice Faye Traywick, Huntingdon, Huntingdon, Tenn.; Linda Weir, Kosciusko; Nancy Jane Wigle, Vicksburg; Jean Youngblood, Rosehill; Mary Ruth Marshall. Marshall. Sidon; Marion Price, Shuqualak. COUNTESS Kever Ann Anderson, Shuqualak; Mary Anderson, Memphis; Katherlne Gayle Atkins, Columbus; Martha Jo Ballard, Columbus; Susie Bickham, Teller, Ark.; Evelyn Bowlln, Liberty; Mary Lou Brady Cincinnati, Ohio; Carolyn Brown, West Point; Lynda Chapman, Newton; Betty en;. Flh.h Barbara Ford. Columbus; Carol Gibson, Tuscallosa, Ala.; Mary Carole Hart, Jackson; waiterine nm. Louisville, Mary i-rances i-rances i-rances nutwes, uii- uii- ..:n-. ..:n-. ..:n-. uiu. I ah Inn.im MrCnmh! rhar lotte McClary, Moss Point; Kay Kennon, Gulfport; Lvnne McKeller, Greenville; Cecelia Miller, McComb; Beda Moak, Mc-Comb; Mc-Comb; Mc-Comb; Lois Mohr, Milton, Fla.; Betsey n.,i.. c..Ar Ark Dlta Daanlft. TaIa. donia;'janet Ramsey, Starkvilla; Carolyn Pass Christian Jaycees Ready Robertson, Columbus; Sue Scott, Ripley Tenn.; Mary Jacquel'ma Spqka, Columbus; Columbus; Kay Stephenson, Columbus; Martha Delk, Columbus; Gail Dennis, Meridian; Paulette Goree, Canton; Sue Hamilton, Philadelphia; Faye Valentine, Decatur. LOCKHARTS Betty Ballentlne, Maben; Susan Betts, Columbus; Faye Bourne, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Jane Brumfield. Ruleville; Jean Brumfleld, Ruleville; Barbara Ann Burt, Corinth, Barbara Butler, Alligator; Jean Coker, Jackson; Mary Adele Cortner, Greenville; Jan Davis, Shelby; Kay Farmer, Farmer, Marks; Patricia Gartin, Laurel; Frances Germany, Shaw; Pat Holler, Jackson; Linda Jacqua, Meridian; Lena Maud Key, Tupelo; Sra Kimbrough, Maude Key, Tupelo; Sara Kimbrough, Greenwood; Mary Lana Lyle, Tupelo; Linda Lewremore, Laurel; Ann McCalop, Greenwood; Sherry Perkins, Corinth; Kay Prince Porter, Greenville; Ann Ragland, Meridian; Merry Rea, Meridian, Lolleta Sanders, Sheffield, Ala.t Susan Schroeder Fr. Madison, Iowa; Sue Waller, Meridian Mary Carol Welier, Vlcksburg; Helen Wilkerson, Wintervllle; Sylvia Ferrell, Jackson; Joy Ann Howard, Vlcksburg, and Nancy Regan, Belzoni. MAM'SELLES Sally Aldrlch, Pittsfield, III; Ann Am-mann, Am-mann, Am-mann, Austin Texas; Becky Bruce, Vicksburg; Vicksburg; Carolyn Cole, Natchez; Jamie Con-ditt, Con-ditt, Con-ditt, Helena, Ark.; Glenda Conerly, Memphis; Memphis; Martha Cutcllff, Amory; Daine Davis, Davis, Hughes Ark.; Martha Ann Dooley, Memphis; Glenda Garst, Clarksdale; Terry Gray, Memphis; Glynn Hardwick, Belzoni; Nancy Horbart, Meridian; Lynda Ann Hobdy, Natchez, Marian Kaiser, Natchez; Natchez; Judy McAuley, Monticello; Elaine Moseley, Vicksburg; Linda Mitchell, Memphis; Sandy Peattie, Pascagoula; Patsy Ann Pope, Belzoni; Mary Frances Rhoades, Starkville; Kay Rice, Helena Ark.; Charlotte Sepp, Millington, Tenn.; Mary Joy Solomon , Belzoni; Patricia Stevens, Okolona, Linda Taylor, Hazel-hurst; Hazel-hurst; Hazel-hurst; Cherry Thompson, Prentiss; Charlie Charlie Ann Venti, Shaw; Martha Frances Cochran, Cochran, Greenville, and Sue Pittman, Belzoni. Belzoni. ROGUES June Carroll, Corinth, Frances Nell Ewart, Kosciusko; Lynn Davison Yazoo City; Becky Dean, Jackson; Nan Garri-gan, Garri-gan, Garri-gan, Pascagoula; Phyllis Grant, Grenada; Laura Bess Greer, Starkville, Mary Lane Hart, Jackson; Glenda Herring, Winona; Linda Home, Birmingham; Claudia Johnson, Johnson, Greenwood; Mary Sharp Lickfold, Grenada; Emily Lipscomb, Jackson; Lvnne McCraine, Baton Rouge, La.; Ellen Maddox, Nashville, Tenn., Patricia Nash Corinth; Jesslyn Newman, Pace; Mary Glenda Park, Crenshaw; Margie Scales, Columbus; Patricia Sulcer, Palestine, Ark.; Aileen Walter, Jackson; Bonnie Watson, East Point, Ga.; Betsy Watt, Baton Rouge. ROSETTES Jackie Sue Adams, Quitman; Denna Jean Blaylock, Okolona; Mary Ann Bowers, Bowers, Corinth; Sherry Bryant, Memphis; Marguerite Ann Causey, Liberty; Martha Edmonds, Jackson; Nancy Ellis, Caledonia; Caledonia; Gall Gilbert, Florence, Lola Gillespie, Gillespie, Smlthville; Selwvn Greer, Holly Springs; Julia Grisham, Amory; Gayle Harris, Houston; Dot Heard, Jackson; Bill Jean Holloway, Crosby; Deoes Leech, Tupelo; Jocile Martin, McComb; Nancy Jo McGraw, Jackson; Zillah McKinnon, Ripley; Nan Michael, Memphis; Memphis; Nina Neal, Houston; Elizabeth Lea Neely, Tampa, Fla.; Sandra Norton, Brookhaven; Sara Leigh Pearce, Shelly; Mary Ann Phillips, Monticello, Fla., Sue Shannon, Whitehaven, Tenn.; Mary Lynn Shields, Greenville; Jo Ann Smith, Amory; Mildred Ann Smith, Starkville, Patsy Ellen Taylor, Florence; Sandra Ward, Memphis. SILHOUETTES Mary Lyn Barron, Columbia; Chris Bergh, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Kathy Brandon, Brandon, Gulfport; Janet Carpenter, Collier-vllle, Collier-vllle, Collier-vllle, Tenn.; Charlotte Carr, Columbus; Nancy Gates, Bloomlngton, III.; Sherry Graves, Baton Rouge, La.; Sara Frances Head, Gulfport; Mary Hewes, Gulfport; Pat Holdford, Memphis; Jo Ann Hurdle, Holly Springs; Jariel La Fleur, Silver City; Jackie Leeper, Columbus; June Locke, Columbus; Bridget Malone, Jackson; Jackson; Ellen Moore, Byhalia; Judy Morris, Columbus i SMrlev Nelam, JacVson; Pllen Pamell, Holly Springs; Mary Wallace Pooie, Eutaw, Ala.; Mary Frances Path-er. Path-er. Path-er. Holly Springs; Ann Ruole, West Point; Mary Louise Scott, Greenwood; Carol Lee Sahid, Birmingham, Aia.; Linda Shurden, West Point; Barbara Graves, Baton Rouge, La.; Judith Coates, Seymour, Seymour, Ind. TROUBADOURS Mary Claire Ashford. Cleveland; Helen Burnau. Rich; Billie Jean Busby, Clarksdale; Clarksdale; Faye Carmichael, luka; Elizabeth Ann Clark, Louisville; Mahala Ann Crowder, Columbus; Pattie Fitzgerald, Cleveland; Sandra Fltts, Selma, Ala.; Rachel Hayes, Sulligert, Ala.; Shirley Haynie, Convent, New Jersey; Eva Johnson, Johnson, Jackson; Sharon Latham, Natchez; Adrian Leist, West Point; Martha Jean Little, Charleston; Ada Gwen Mauldin, Ripley; Roslinda McCarter, Rosswell, New Mexico; Martha Rose Moore, Tunica; Tunica; Emily Neal, Aberdeen; Beverly Nelson, Nelson, Caruthersvllle; Cherie Pope, Columbia; Columbia; Margaret Rose Reaves, Shelby; Sadie Mae Ringold, Cleveland; Mary Lillian Smith, Aberdeen; Jacquelyn Sullivan, Sullivan, Cleveland; Patricia Joyce Vivrett, ayti. Mo; Carolyn Wilson, Birmingham, Ala.; and Beth Nowlin, Columbus, and Pamelia Ann Bull, Florence, Ala. AGATE SUNDAY STATE DEATHW VS GORDON SPELL LEXINGTON - Gordon Ollle Spell, paper distributor for the Jackson Dally News and Clarion-Ledger Clarion-Ledger Clarion-Ledger died of a heart attack Friday while working. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Sunday in Southern Funeral Home. The Rev. Dennis R. Johnston will officiate, assisted by the Rev. E. L. Jernigan. Burial with Masonic rites will be In Odd Fellows Cemetery with Southern Undertakers in charge. Spell was a native of Lexington in addition addition to being a paper distributor he was a salesman for a bread company. He was a member of Lexington Masonic Lodge No. 24. A Shriner, and a past patron patron of tha Eastern Star. He was a member of the Ebenezer Methodist church. He leaves his widow, a son, Gordon Euial Spell ot Jackson; a daughter, Mrs. Ouida McCrory of Lexington; two brothers, brothers, L. O. Spell of Lexington and K. W. Spell of Memphis and several grandchildren. grandchildren. College Test Deadline Set Registration for the major 1960-61 1960-61 1960-61 test session of the Mississippi Statewide College Testing Program Program closes Saturday, Oct. 15, Dr. Woodrow W. Clark, State Coordinator Coordinator for the program announced. announced. More than 5000 Mississippi high school seniors are expected to take the test this year, Dr. Clark stated. Last year, the first in the American College Testing Program, Program, with which the state program program is affiliated, the test was taken by more than 125,000 students students in the nation. Thirty-four Thirty-four Thirty-four Mississippi colleges and universities recommend that their applicants for admission or scholarship aid take the ACT test, according to Dr. Clark. Colleges participating in the! Mississippi Statewide College i testing Program use results in! student guidance, admissions, and in the awarding of scholarship scholarship aid to the applicants, as well as in placing freshmen in classes or programs suited to their ability- ability- ability- The three-hour three-hour three-hour test, to be given

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Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, Mississippi)10 Oct 1960, MonPage 2
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