Redwood Class of 1956



Class Pages:

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Senior Class 1956

Redwood Homecoming, L to R: Wilma Allison, Kathryne Brewer, Queen, Jimmie Faye Biedenharn

Addresses of Class Members

Robert E. and Jimmie Faye Biedenhorn Neblett
98 Cotton Acres Dr.
Clinton MS 39056-9514

Claude and Mary Guion McBroom
28872 North Oak Rd.
Wright City MO 63390

Sandra Robbins Mcmellon
Tyler, TX


Standing L to R: Wayne McMasters, Jimmy Allison, Josephine Bradshaw, Betty Porter, Richard Allen, Mrs. Maud Franklin, Claude McBroom
Seated: Sally Cooper, Jimmie Faye Biedenharn, Raymond Allen. Sadly there were no black students to play Sally Cooper’s role.


1954 4-H Boys 4-H Club (picture from Lois Williamson)



At Left:Alice Faye (Tooter) Stinson, 4th Grade

At Right: Alice Faye (Tooter) Stinson, 3rd Grade
Parents ran Redwood Plantation


Betty Jean Porter, Jimmie Faye Biedenharn, Pansy Jue


Front Row, L to R – Jimmie Faye Biedenharn, Juanita Martin, Stella Harris
Middle Row, L to R – Vera Lee McBroom, Elsie Mae Cook, Mildred Moore, Joan Adams, Florence Gaye Hearn, Jean Redditt, Zula Kate Harris
Back Row, L to R – Margaret Young, Robert Ernest King, Dan Hall, Jimmy Ward, James Howard Hearn, Joseph Harris, Claude McBroom, Carolyn Brent





1988 Reunion of Class of 1956
Back Row: Richard Allen, Johnny Brewer, Donny Weaver, Wayne Fields
Front Row: John Douglas Harmon, Florence Hearn Newman, Sally Cooper Porter, Joan Adams, Claude Warnock




Rockets Obituaries of deceased members of Class of 1953

Gone But Not Forgotten


Johnny Brewer
March 8, 1937-May 27, 2011


Johnny Brewer, a football standout described Saturday as “a credit to his family and Vicksburg,” died Friday at St. Catherine’s Village in Madison. He was 74.

A native of Redwood, Brewer had been a football star on local, state and professional fields before becoming a businessman and politician in Warren County.

“He told us football practice was the easy part,” son, Sean Brewer said Saturday. “He just had a common sense about him and he never forgot about hard work.”

"Johnny Brewer was born in 1937 on a houseboat near Steele Bayou," his son said. To get to school every day in Redwood, he hiked a gravel trail and crossed the Yazoo River on a ferry. As a teen, before school each morning, he had to pull up fishing nets and, as a senior, he drove the school bus."

At Ole Miss, Brewer led the Rebels to their two most recent national championships, in 1959 and 1960. As a member of the Cleveland Browns team, Brewer was a lead blocker for NFL Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown during the team’s 1964 NFL championship.

J.C. Dorman, who coached Brewer at Redwood High School, said the 6-foot-4, 225-pound high school was a natural.

“He was a football coach’s dream,” Dorman said. “You just put him on the field and he did the rest. I would not hesitate to put him on the football field at any position.”

Originally, Brewer signed to play college ball with Southern Miss, but John Pruitt, a Vicksburg lawyer and family friend, along with other Vicksburg residents were part of a group of Ole Miss alumni who convinced Brewer to change his mind and head north.

“He was just a natural athlete, a real physical specimen,” said Kayo Dottley, who played at Ole Miss in the late 1940s. “He was a man among boys. He could run like a deer. Half of the guys he played against didn’t even come up to his waist. Anything he wanted to do athletically, he’d do. He was a real credit to Vicksburg and to his family.”

When he joined Ole Miss as part of a 55-man signing class, of which only 19 lasted until their senior seasons, Brewer quickly worked his way up the depth chart as a sophomore. During a 26-13 win over Tulane, he caught three touchdown passes.

“Even in college, he was like a man among boys,” Dottley, who was watching the game from the stands. “He had three guys on him and he flopped them off him like a dog shaking fleas off.”

To city attorney Bobby Robinson, who had to practice against the mammoth, well-sculpted end when Brewer was a senior and he was a freshman, it was a humbling experience.

“He was very intimidating, both on and off the field,” said Bobby Robinson, Vicksburg’s city prosecuting attorney who was a freshman at Ole Miss when he had to practice against the senior Brewer. “He was a physical specimen and had exceptional speed for his size.”

For the 1960 NFL season, Cleveland picked Brewer in the fourth round, 41st overall. He played tight end for the Browns until 1966, when he switched to linebacker.

“He had so much confidence, but wasn’t one to talk about himself,” Dottley said. “They asked him to switch positions to linebacker and warned him it might take him two years to learn the position. Johnny told them that he’d learn it in two weeks and two weeks later, he was starting at linebacker.”

He was traded by the Browns to the Saints in 1968 and spent the final three years of his professional career as a linebacker and defensive end in New Orleans.

Mr. Brewer was inducted into the Ole Miss Hall of Fame in 1991 and the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. After football, he returned to Vicksburg, where he started a life insurance company, a restaurant and later was elected to the Warren County Elections Commission.

Along the way, Brewer started the YMCA youth football program at Redwood Elementary School.

Brewer was preceded in death by his parents George and Ruby Brewer, a sister, Catherine, and a brother, Arnold.

He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Anita Wood Brewer; daughter, Jonnita Barrett and her husband, Chad, of Clinton; sons, John Brewer Jr. and his wife, Crissy, of Vicksburg and Sean Brewer and his wife, Margaret, of Ridgeland; four sisters, Louise Ellis and her husband, George, Mary Checkler and her husband, Kerry, Alice Brewer and Shirley Brewer; 10 grandchildren, Tyler and his wife, Katia, Fallon, Drake and Ariana Barrett, John Lee, Hanna, Christopher and Austin Brewer, and Abney and Macey Brewer; and numerous nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Woodlawn Baptist Church on Culkin Road.


Joan Elizabeth Adams Alexander
June 27, 1938 - August 18, 2016

Joan Elizabeth Adams Alexander, a lifelong resident of Vicksburg, passed Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016, at her home with her family by her side.

She was the daughter of the late Prentiss and Lucille Adams. She was the pastor’s secretary for Woodlawn Baptist Church for 25 years. She was a member of Bovina Baptist Church, along with her husband of 60 years, James Alexander.

She was a devoted Christian, wife, mother and grandmother. Even though Alzheimer’s had taken most of her mind, she could still quote the 23rd Psalm and sing along with many of her favorite hymns.

Joan is survived by her daughter, Anna Gillis (Chris); sons Mitch Alexander (Barbi) and Mike Alexander (Brandy); her sister, Mary Jane Adams; grandchildren, Rachel and Andrew Gillis, Becky Jo Alexander Holt (Chris), Mitchell Crawford (Amy), Carly and Matt Alexander and Kaitlyn Alexander. She also has three great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be at Glenwood Funeral Home on Monday, Aug. 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. with the funeral service Tuesday, August 23, at 10 a.m. Interment will follow at Greenlawn Gardens Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be David Wells, Brian Wells, Sonny Hickman, Lee Bruce, Charles Hill, and William Cook.

The family would like to thank Dr. Paul Pierce III, Camellia Hospice and Private Home Care for their compassionate care.

In lieu of flowers, please make memorials to the Bovina Baptist Church building fund.


Betty Jean Porter-Kober
April 17, 1938 -July 5, 2020

Betty Jean Porter-Kober passed away at Promise Hospital in Vicksburg, MS on July 5, 2020.  Betty Jean was born at home in Straight Bayou, MS on 17 April, 1938, to loving parents, Melvin James Porter and Beulah Mae McDuff-Porter.  She was the fourth of seven children and the first daughter.  Betty was raised working hard in the home and in the field picking cotton.  She was top shooter for the Redwood High School Basketball team under Coach Dorman.  In 1956, she graduated valedictorian of her class, as well as being the class secretary and being elected "Miss Redwood".  

Betty moved to Vicksburg and worked a number of years for South Central Bell as a telephone operator for "long distance", before they went dial.  She was always hardworking and held down many different jobs in her life, from running the bandsaw on the Westinghouse factory floor to enumerating the 1970 census for a section of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana.  She retired from working the front desk at River Region Medical Center.  

Betty was well known for her faith.  She passed away with absolute confidence in God's Kingdom.  She was a devoted member of Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses for over 50 years.  Betty was known for her sterling qualities of generosity, self-sacrifice, justice, integrity, compassion and hard work.  She had a tender spot for children and always made time for them.  Her hobbies were reading mystery novels, tending her flowers, and ancestry research.  She also  loved travel, dancing and learning new things.  Betty Jean so loved her brothers and sisters, her family and friends.  It was always a kick to see all those brothers and sisters together talking and laughing.  She was a special gift to us all and her loss will always be felt.

Betty Jean is predeceased by her beloved parents, Melvin  James and Porter and Beulah Mae McDuff-Porter; brothers, James Duane "Sonny Boy" Porter and William Rodney "Bill" Porter; one niece, Terry Jean Nappier and one nephew, Rodney Porter.  

She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Robert Kober, Sr.; a son, Robert Kober, Jr.; a daughter, Sandra Lynn Taylor (Jeff); granddaughter, Andrea Janean Lowery (Thomas); great granddaughter, Veronica Lowery; two brothers, Terrell Jean "Ted" Porter and Melvin James Porters, Jr., both of Valley Park, MS; two sisters, Ella Sue Embry (Ray) and Vince Lucille Wooley (Thomas).  

The family wishes to offer their genuine appreciation for the attentive care of Dr. Morgan Caulfield of "Promise Hospital" of Vicksburg, MS and all the staff, who so kindly tended to Betty's needs in her final days.  Please know that your work, care and concern meant so much to Betty and to her family to whom she meant the world.  


Jimmie Faye Biedenharn Neblett,
February 8, 1939 - January 18, 2018

Jimmie Faye Neblett, after a lengthy illness, was called into the loving arms of her lord and savior on Jan. 18, 2018. Visitation will be held Monday, January 22, 2018 from 5–7 p.m. at Wright and Ferguson Clinton. A funeral service celebrating her life will be held at First United Methodist Church, Clinton, where she was a long time member at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan.23, 2018 with visitation an hour before the service. Burial will follow at Lakewood Memorial Park.

Jimmie Faye was born February 8, 1939 in Vicksburg to James (Jim) and Mable Biedenharn. She attended Oak Ridge Elementary School and graduated from Redwood High School. After attending Hinds Community College, received a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Master of Education in Guidance degree from Mississippi College.

She had a career in teaching, coaching and counseling and turned her hobby of picture framing into a part-time flea market business, later opening the first small retail location in 1974. She left her career in education in 1976 to devote full time to the family business, “Nebletts Frames” growing it from that part-time endeavor into a mega framing industry with 13 locations and hundreds of distributors all over the world. 

As an inventor, she revolutionized the picture framing industry with the patented “Layout Template” for picture framing mats.

Here is a description of her patent: "Layout template for picture framing mat United States Patent 4936020 Abstract: A template is provided for marking a picture mat blank in preparation for subsequent cutting. The template is comprised of two planar arms, a mat-opening design cut into the re-entrant corner of the arms, and graduation lines on the arms for measuring the widths of the mat borders. The template is placed in position on the back of a mat blank so that the arms are parallel with the edges of the mat blank and the edges of the mat blank line up with the appropriate graduation lines for the border widths desired. The inside edge of the template is then traced onto the mat blank with a pencil. Layout marks which show users of mat cutting machines where to start and stop cutting may also be traced. In addition, mat-opening designs incorporating cut out circles and ovals in the mat blank may be laid out using the template. Neblett, Jimmie F. (100 Cotton Acres Dr., Clinton, MS, 39056" Filing date 1989.

During each of her careers she received accolades of the “Education Service Award” and “Mississippi Business Woman of the Year.”

She is preceded in death by her parents and a niece (Connie Rene’ Boyd Bailey). Survivors include her husband of 50-plus years, Robert (Bob) Neblett; and sons Jim, Rob (Renee), Pat (Tara), five grandchildren who lovingly called her “GanGan” Granger, Garrett, Gunner, Robin and Robsen, sisters Carolyn Biedenharn Boyd (Lonnie) Mary Biedenharn Majors (Penn), nieces and nephews Kim Mclaughlin, Carol Cook, Penn Majors IV, Justin Majors, Adams Majors, nine grand nieces and nephews and her very best friend and cousin Lyn Irvin.

In all her business and professional life she still had one motto, “nothing is as important as family” and she loved each and every one more deeply than most.


Jimmy "Tinker" Huskey
June 27, 1938 - February 10, 2018

Jimmy "Tinker" Huskey, 78, died February 10, 2018, at the Baptist Medical Center, in Jackson. 

Mr. Huskey was a United States Air Force veteran of the Vietnam War. He was a Master Electrician at the Grand Gulf Nuclear Power Plant in Gulfport, MS; and he attended Ebenezer Baptist Church.

Mr. Huskey is survived by his wife, Barbara Huskey, of Kosciusko; two sons, Jimmy D. Huskey, of Kosciusko, Skeet (Jennie) Huskey, of Trenton, IL, step-son, Anthony (Alicia) Fowler, of Ethel; daughter, Debra Rodgers, of Kosciusko; eight grandchildren; fourteen great-grandchildren; two brothers, Bob Huskey, of Utica, and Jerry Huskey of Florence; a sister, Ann Lott of Terry; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Those preceding him in death are his parents; Homer Skeet and Callie Riggs Huskey; and two brothers, Todd Huskey and Gene Huskey.



Anna Rose Jue Low
December 20, 1937–February 5, 2020

Anna Rose Low, beloved mother, grandmother, sister, and friend to many, passed
away on February 5, 2020 from complications caused by a tragic accident at her
longtime home in Sunnyvale, CA.

Anna was born on December 20, 1937 in Cary, Mississippi. Her 82 years on earth
were well spent. After graduating from Redwood High School in Redwood,
MS, she attended the University of Southern Mississippi, lived and studied in
Memphis, Tennessee and began a life in Houston, Texas. Where she met Roy
Henry Low and married on April 11, 1963.

The two moved to Detroit and started a family. First Roy Anthony in 1964 then
Rodger in 1969. The four enjoyed the life provided by the large extended Low
and Loo families until she was widowed in 1975 as cancer took her husband away.

The family moved to California in 1977, where Anna continued a career in Medical
Technology. Among other milestone family events, she watched Roy Anthony
start his own family with his wife Christine and their children Matthew and Sabrina.
And she saw Rodger graduate from UCLA and live a successful life of his own.

She is preceded in death by her parents, father Yat Lok Jue and mother Yik Sim
Jue, her older brother Johnson Jue and younger sister Pansy Shigekawa.

She is survived by brothers Jin Jue and family, Jimmy Jue and family, sister Mayly
Woo and family, sons Roy Anthony Low and Rodger Low and countless extended
family and friends who all loved her and will miss her. 

Henry and Anna Rose Jue Low, 1963.

Seated: Yat Lok Jue and Yik Sim Jue
Standing: Johnson, Pansy, May Lee, Anna Rose, Jin


Annie Josephine Bradshaw McMaster
February 23, 1938 ~ January 14, 2021 (age 82)

Annie Josephine McMaster was born on February 23, 1938 and transitioned to her heavenly home on January 14, 2021.

She was born in Yazoo City, Mississippi where she spent most of her childhood before her family moved to Vicksburg. She graduated from Redwood School. She resided in Vicksburg most of her married life with her husband Edmund and their two children. Miss Jo, as she was known to many, dedicated her life's work to caring and educating children at the daycare she founded. She instilled her values while teaching hundreds of children to read, write, love Jesus, and one another during her career. She loved to plant and nurture her flowers and was happiest spending hours outdoors. She accomplished much in her life, but above all, she modeled to her family what determination and perseverance truly meant.

She was preceded in death by her parents Lionel and Mamie Bradshaw and grandson, Matthew Moody. 

She is survived by her husband of 64 years, Edmund McMaster; her son, Kenny McMaster (Deanie); daughter, Sherry Moody (Paul); 4 grandchildren Christy Wilson (Charles), Cindi McMaster, Meredith Moody and Elizabeth Moody; 2 great-grandchildren Alexa Wilson and Cade Wilson; her brother, Lester Bradshaw (Novella); her sister, Joan Amacker; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Arrangements are as follows: 

A visitation will be held at Glenwood Funeral Home Monday, January 18, 2021, at 12:00 PM.

A graveside service will follow at Greenlawn Gardens at 2:00 PM with Reverend Dwight Sibley officiating.

Visitors will be received after the service at 906 Newit Vick Drive. 

Donny James Weaver
April 24, 1938 - March 13, 2023 

Donny James Weaver born April 24, 1938 in Collingston, LA, passed away on March 13, 2023.  He moved to Bolton, MS at the age of four and then to Vicksburg, MS at the age of 14.  He attended Redwood High School where he played first baseman for his baseball team and tackle for his football team.  He also played for the basketball team, while also  throwing shot put for the track team.  He graduated in 1956.  Three days after he  graduated, he enlisted in the Air Force.  Donny served in Pruen, West Germany and worked the radar.  He was then stationed in Giebelstadt, West Germany where he worked radar and played football with the 602 air wing football team, the Taconeers.

He came back home to Vicksburg in 1960 and met Virginia Lucille Wedgeworth.  They were married on February 12, 1961.  He worked for Spencer Chemical Company and Standard Coffee Company  until 1973. He began working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers until he retired in 2016, 47 1/2 years later.  He was the Chief of Safety for the Vicksburg District.  

Donny was preceded in death by his father, James Lee Weaver; his mother, Nancy Marie Weaver; his brothers,  Billy Gene Weaver, Jimmy Lee Weaver; sisters, Margie Hatcher, Barbara Gail Walker; and wife of 58 years, Virginia Wedgeworth Weaver.

Donny is survived by his children, Gates Weaver (Candace), Ginger Donohue (Bob IV) and his grandchildren, Daniel Donohue V (Katie), Virginia-Leigh DeFrance (Terrence) and Morgan Sumner;  his great- grandchildren, Kaplan, Quinn and Conan Sumner and Breelyn and Robert "Robbie" Daniel Donohue, VI; and his sister, Carolyn Childs.

Donny was a member of Crawford Street United Methodist Church.  He was an avid hunter and a long-time coach of soccer, football and baseball.  He also played men's softball.  The love he had for his family and God knew no bounds.  He loved to be outside and work in his vegetable garden and putting up (canning) food.

Donny was a pilgrim with the Loyal Order of the Moose and a lifetime member of VFW and the American Legion.

Pallbearers will be Herman Watson, Jamie Greer, Rusty Fuller, Leroy Williams, Will Pace, Terrence DeFrance and Daniel Donohue.

Honorary pallbearers will be T.J. Brocato, Taylor Brocato, William Cummins, Jordan Watson, Dr. John Ford, Dr. Murray Whitaker, David Cotton, Farris Griffin, Mark Stevens, Gordon Cordes, Don McVan, Martin Pace, Warren Pace, Mac Wimbish, Bill Richards and all of Coach Weaver's soccer boys.

Services will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 21 at Fisher-Riles Funeral Home, 1830 Cherry Street  with Rev. Geoffrey Joyner officiating.  Visitation will be at 11 am until the hour of service.  Graveside services will immediately follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery.

If you would like to make a donation in Donny J. Weaver's name, all donations may be made to Crawford Street United Methodist Church or to United way of West Central MS.

Margie Smith Hinson
July 6, 1938 ~ March 21, 2023

Margie S. Hinson passed away on March 21, 2023, at her home. She was 84.

Margie was born on July 6, 1938, the daughter of Thomas D. Smith, Sr. and Pauline Hensley Smith. She graduated Redwood High School and retired from the U. S. Post Office. She loved sports and coached little league basketball and softball at the YMCA. She also played and coached ladies' softball and volleyball and co-ed volleyball. She enjoyed spending time with her family, playing cards and games and traveling to the mountains and beach. Her happy places were sitting by a stream or on a hill in the countryside drinking her coffee. She loved anything outdoors including hunting, working in her yard and gardening, roses and any kind of flower. She was a firm believer in Christ and was a member of Bovina Baptist Church where she was teacher of the Ruth Sunday School Class. She had also worked with children at Calvary Baptist Church where she taught young adults and ladies' Sunday School.

She is preceded in death by her husband Jackie M. Hinson, her parents, her two brothers Thomas D. Smith, Jr. and Glenn Smith and one sister Pat Simpson.

She is survived by her children Kathy Jones, Paula Nevels (Chris) and Melvin Hinson (LDean), grandchildren Brandon Jones (Rebecca) Joshua Hinson (Heather), Jenny Clow (Daniel), Annalyn Nevels and Ashley Reiber (Derrick) and great-grandchildren Brooklyn, Emma, Greyson and Elise Jones, Hayden, Reagan, Cooper and Axl Hinson, Caroline Clow and Brayden King.

A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 25, 2023, at Glenwood Funeral Home. The service will be officiated by Rev. Randy Burns, Rev. Dwight Sibley, Rev. Ron Burch and speaker Brandon Jones. Visitation will be from 9:00 a.m. until the hour of the service. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Gardens Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Chris Nevels, Melvin Hinson, Brandon Jones, Joshua Hinson, Daniel Clow and David Smith. Honorary pallbearers will be Larry Smith, Tim Smith, Keith Smith, Trey Smith, Lee Bruce and the Ladies in the Ruth Sunday School Class at Bovina Baptist Church.
To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Margie S. Hinson, please visit our floral store.


Ray Lavon Jeffers
November 18, 1937 ~ November 24, 2020


Lavon was born in Redwood, MS in 1937. He graduated from Redwood High School. He enlisted in the Navy and served 4 years. He married Francis Simpson

He worked at the Cement Plant at Redwood for a number of years until the plant closed. He moved to Pace, Florida and lived there approximately 40 years. The last 3 years he lived in Pensacola, Fla.

He retired from a specialty woodworking company in Pace, Fla. He was preceded in death by his father and mother William (Willie) and Glennie Jeffers and brothers William, Johnny, Claudy (Jeff), sisters Lorene, Gladys, Lucille, and Jamie. He is survived by his sister Billie Barnett. The last 3 years he has lived in Pensacola, Florida.

He always loved hunting, fishing, and playing his guitar.

Emily Marie Champion Sullivan
January 14, 1938 ~ August 27, 2023


Emily Marie Champion Sullivan passed away on August 27, 2023, at her home.  She was 85.

Marie was born on January 14, 1938, the daughter of Jack Champion and Leona Marshall Champion.  She was a very loving, caring and dedicated mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.  She loved to entertain and hosted many family reunions.  She enjoyed cooking and was well known for her coconut cake and biscuits.  Her favorite pass times were gardening, canning and taking care of her chickens.

Marie was preceded in death by her husband Billy Sullivan, her parents, brother Vernon Champion, sisters Elza Fought, Angeline Perry and Lois Williamson.  

She is survived by her sons Darvin Sullivan (Ginger) and Dwayne Sullivan (Samantha), daughter Theresa Brooks, brother Alvin Champion (Mary Ann), sister Jeanette Spikes (Stan), grandchildren Emily Stevens, Katie Woods (Bubba), Dara Sullivan, Jada Sullivan, Zacchary Sullivan and Natalie Brooke Sullivan and great-grandchildren Michael Stevens, Liam Stevens, Luke Woods and Aria Woods.

A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 31, 2023, at First Pentecostal Church.  Rev. Dathan Tipton and Rev. Mike Fields will officiate the service. Rev. Britt Prince will speak at the graveside.  Visitation will be from 10:00 a.m. until the hour of the service.  A graveside service will be at 3:00 p.m.  on Thursday in New Hope Cemetery in Shivers, MS.

Pallbearers will be Bubba Woods, Britt Prince, Dustin Champion, Curtis Westmorland, Richard Woods and Daryl Champion.  Honorary pallbearers will be Bryan Stegenga, Baleigh Ford, P.A.-C, Dr. Paul Pierce IV.






Class Candid Photos

Jimmie Faye (Biedenharn) and Bob Neblett
Ole Miss Tailgate Party


Jimmie Faye (Biedenharn) and Bob Neblett
with children and grandchildren

Left: Family of Mary Biedenharn,
Middle: Family of Carolyn Biedenharn with her mother Mable Hamilton Biedenharn, Right: Jimmie Faye (Biedenharn) and Bob Neblett Family

Johnny Brewer, played for Cleveland Browns, photo given to J. C. and Dot Dorman


Front, L to R: Floyd & Betty Oakes, Dot and Phares Griffin, Jane Keen Griffin, Sally Cooper Porter, Bettye Oakes

Back: Mel Oakes, Johnny Griffin, Ted Porter, Donald Oakes (Photo: 2010 at home of Donald & Bettye Oakes)

Front, L to R: Edith Brent Robbins with her children: L to R: Sandra, Gail in front of Marvin, and Cathy Sue in arms.

Coach Dorman with Annie Rose Jue, 1999