2021 DEBUTANTES: PRESENTATION BALL SCHEDULED NOVEMBER 27 – Northside Sun

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Editor’s Note: Photos of the 2021 Debutantes can be seen in The Northside Sun Nov. 25 newspaper or the November magazine online editions.
The Executive Board of The Debutante Club of Mississippi, Inc. is pleased to introduce the 2021 debutantes for The Debutante Club of Mississippi, Inc. The formal presentation for the 2021 debutantes will be held Saturday, November 27 at the Country Club of Jackson. 
They include Mary Liz Black, Eileen Mae Correro, Sarah Douglas Craig, Jane Michelle Daschbach, Alexandra Stirling Ebner, Grace Ann Eskrigge, Clara Jane Granberry, Winifred Gayle Grantham, Leigh House Hardin, Mary Pettey Hardin, Sara Dean Hederman, Alice Ann Hollingsworth, Frances Foster Lyon, Anna Regan Mask, Olivia Ann Moore, Cole Madeline Morse, Campbell Elaine Perkins, Margaret Inez Rutledge, Isabel Riley Sullivan, Elizabeth James Watson, Mary Gray White and Julia Diane Zouboukos.
Several of the debutantes are carrying on the tradition of their grandmothers, mothers, and sisters who were also presented by The Debutante Club of Mississippi, Inc. 
Miss Lyon and Miss Perkins both have mothers and maternal grandmothers who were presented. Misses Eskrigge, Granberry, Moore and Sullivan’s mothers were presented. Debutantes with paternal grandmothers who were presented include Miss Daschbach and Miss Morse. Misses Granberry, Morse, Sullivan and Watson, all have sisters who were presented. 

THE DEBUTANTES OF 2021
Miss Black is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Tinsley Black of Ridgeland. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Black and Mrs. Donald Grady Driskell and the late Mr. Driskell of Brookhaven.
 She graduated from Jackson Academy during the middle of the Covid-19 virus of 2020. At JA, she was an honor roll student who won the English award, voted Junior Beauty and senior’s Most Charming. She was a member of The Accent Dance team her junior and senior years. She ran track and ran cross country as well. 
A sophomore at Mississippi State University, Miss Black is a kinesiology major with a clinical exercise physiology concentration. She received the freshman Academic Excellence Scholarship and is a Dean’s and President’s List scholar. Miss Black is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. She is also a member of Chi Omega fraternity and volunteers for Make-A-Wish. Miss Black is a member of Christ United Methodist Church. 
Miss Correro is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Christopher Correro of Ridgeland. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Vincent Correro of Starkville and Dr. and Mrs. John Albert Franck Jr. of Metairie.

Miss Correro was graduated with honors from Madison Ridgeland Academy where she was a member of the National Honor Society, Student Leadership Institute, and a student ambassador. She served as president of the National French Honor Society, captain of the State Champion Patriot Pride dance team and on Homecoming Court. She participated in the Jackson Symphony League Sub-Debs. Miss Correro was a principal dancer for Mississippi Metropolitan Ballet and a member of Southeastern Regional Ballet Association. 
A sophomore at the University of Alabama, Miss Correro is a dance major and a part of the CREATE Path to the MBA honors program. She was awarded the Ed Sentell Endowed Scholarship, the Collegiate Scholar scholarship, and the Alumni Heritage Scholarship. She is a member of Dance Alabama and was chosen to perform in Alabama Repertory Dance Theatre’s fall 2021 performance. Additionally, she is a member of the Honors College, on the President’s List, and a Young Life Leader. Miss Correro is a member of Kappa Delta sorority and St. Richard Catholic Church.
Miss Craig is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus York Craig III of Jackson. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus York Craig Jr. of Ridgeland, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wayne Ros of Pascagoula.
Miss Craig graduated from Jackson Preparatory School, where she was an honor roll student, varsity cheerleader captain, Diamond Girl manager, Pursuit group leader, student ambassador, and a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She participated in Spanish Club, Service Club, Culinary Club, and was a Bookends mentor and Social Media Chair for Ducks Unlimited. Miss Craig was a member of the Jackson Symphony League Sub-Debs and Young Life. Miss Craig also served as a volunteer for a number of local charities and served as a tutor for several local elementary schools.
Currently a sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss Craig is an education major. She is a recipient of the University of Mississippi Academic Merit and 1848 Scholarships and is listed on the Chancellor’s and Dean’s Honor Rolls for the 2020-2021 academic year. Miss Craig is a member of Delta Delta Delta social sorority and attends Christ United Methodist Church in Jackson.

Miss Daschbach is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Michael Daschbach Jr. of Jackson. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Peter Michael Daschbach and the late Mr. Daschbach of Jackson and the late Mr. and Mrs. Tevis Leroy Shultz of Jackson. Miss Daschbach’s grandmother, “Peggy” Jane MacDonald White Daschbach was presented by the Debutante Club of Mississippi in 1955. 
Miss Daschbach graduated with high honors from Jackson Preparatory School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, National Society of High School Scholars, National Art Honor Society, co-editor of the school yearbook, Précis, president of the International Thespian Society and president of Prep Players Drama Club. She was a member of the United Student Union, Film Club, Bookends, and performed in 11 plays. She received a Global Leadership Impact Award, Senior Service Award and was voted Most Artistic Girl by her senior class. Miss Daschbach received two Gold Keys, two Silver Keys, and many honorable mentions in the Scholastic Art Awards during high school as well as a Subject Area Award for Art. She was a Jackson Symphony League Sub-Deb and volunteered sixth through 12th grade in children’s ministry at Christ United Methodist Church in Jackson, where she is a member. 
A sophomore at Mississippi State University, Miss Daschbach is a graphic design major. She is a recipient of the Colvard Future Leader Scholarship, the Freshman Academic Excellence Scholarship and is on the President’s List for top honor roll thus far. She is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, a member of the Alpha Delta Pi social sorority, the creative team for Être Magazine, the MSU Fashion Board, and the National Retail Federation Student Association. Miss Daschbach has her own freelance photography business and has also worked as a photographer at Camp Desoto in Mentone, Ala. 
Miss Ebner is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Baker Ebner of Jackson. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Therron Richardson Jr. of Jackson, the late Linda Jobron Ellis of Canton, the late Marguerite Smith Ebner of Baton Rouge and the late James David Ebner of Washington D.C. 
Miss Ebner is an Alpha Omega and high honor roll graduate of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, student council, Rhapsody Choir and captain of the varsity cheerleading and volleyball teams.

She was a host and exchange student with the Norbert Gymnasium School in Dormagen, Germany, recipient of the Faculty Book Award for Excellence in Anatomy and Physiology and selected All-American Cheerleader her senior year. She served as a Youth Ambassador for the Mississippi Children’s Museum, interned for the St. Dominic’s Hospital Neuroscience Center and participated in Jackson Symphony League’s Sub Deb. 
A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss Ebner is a Provost scholar and biology major. She is on the University Chancellor’s List and a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, Lambda Sigma and Chi Omega Fraternity. Additionally, she participates in Ole Miss Global Brigades, the American Women’s Medical Association and was a Sub-Committee leader for the Big Event. Miss Ebner is the head lifeguard at the Country Club of Jackson and a member of St. James Episcopal Church. 
Miss Eskrigge is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Valliant Eskrigge of Jackson. She is the granddaughter of Gloria Daniels Hasseltine and the late Dr. Hanley Erwin Hasseltine of Jackson, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eskrigge of Greenville. Miss Eskrigge’s mother was presented by the Debutante Club of Mississippi in 1987. 
Miss Eskrigge was graduated from Jackson Preparatory School where she was a member of the National Art Honor Society and Pathfinders. She served as co-captain of the equestrian team as well as set crew manager for Reveillon show choir. Her digital photography piece, “Light and Water,” was chosen for publication and digital media marketing for Jackson Preparatory School’s “Carols at Christmas” program.
A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss Eskrigge is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in applied gerontology. She is on the Chancellor’s Honor Roll, a recipient of the Herb Dewees Alumni Association Scholarship, and a member of Delta Gamma sorority where she serves on the rituals committee. Miss Eskrigge is a member of Christ United Methodist Church of Jackson.

Miss Granberry is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Senton Granberry Jr., of Hattiesburg. She is the granddaughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. Chester Andrew McLarty of Oxford and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Senton Granberry of Laurel. Miss Granberry’s mother, Hermine Herring McLarty Granberry, was presented by the Debutante Club of Mississippi in 1978, and her sister, Miss Hermine Herring Granberry, was presented in 2020. 
Miss Granberry graduated with special honors from Oak Grove High School where she was named to the Oak Grove Hall of Fame, served as student body reporter, secretary of the National Honor Society, and a member of the OGHS yearbook staff. She was also a member and co-captain of the state champion Golden Spirits dance team. Miss Granberry served as Miss Mississippi’s Outstanding Teen for 2019 and 2020.
A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss Granberry is an honors college and Chancellor’s Honor Roll student majoring in integrated marketing communications and history. She serves as an Ole Miss Ambassador and is a member of the Ole Miss Rebelettes dance team, ASB Presidential Cabinet, Lambda Sigma honorary society, RebelTHON Ignite Committee, and SAA Pageant Committee. Miss Granberry is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma social sorority, where she serves as hometown captain. She is a member of Main Street United Methodist Church.
Miss Winifred Gayle Grantham is the daughter of Steve Wiley Grantham Jr., of Madison. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wiley Grantham of Ridgeland and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vadrian Mavar of Biloxi. 
Miss Grantham is a 2020 graduate of Jackson Preparatory School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Cum Laude Society, Mu Alpha Theta and Vice President of the Service Club. She was captain of the equestrian team, elected Class Favorite, received the Impact Awards for Leadership and was a member of the Jackson Symphony League Sub-Deb. 

Miss Grantham is a sophomore at the University of Notre Dame pursuing a degree in American Studies while on the pre-med track with a studio art minor. Miss Grantham is a Sorin Fellow of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture. She is a member of College Republicans and the Notre Dame equestrian team. 
Miss Grantham is a member of Saint Richard Catholic Church in Jackson and serves as a Eucharistic Minister. 
Miss Hardin is the daughter of Dr. Robert Houston Hardin Jr. and Dr. Kathleen House Hardin of Jackson. She is the granddaughter of Dr. James R. House Jr. and the late Karolyn Long House of Hattiesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Houston Hardin of Jackson, and Susanne Wells Sandifer of Bogue Chitto.
Miss Hardin was both salutatorian and a varsity cheerleader at Jackson Preparatory School where she was inducted into the Cum Laude Society, National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, and Mu Alpha Theta. She is a National Merit Finalist, Star student, and Rensselaer Medalist. Miss Hardin served as president of Mu Alpha Theta and the French Club. Additionally, she received the Most Intellectual Girl award, AP physics subject award, and AP chemistry subject award. Miss Hardin was a member of the Jackson Symphony League Sub-Deb.
A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss Hardin is an engineering major in the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College. She is on the Chancellor’s Honor Roll, a member of National Society of Leadership and Success, and a member of Chi Omega fraternity. Miss Hardin is a member of Highlands Presbyterian Church.

Miss Hardin is the daughter of Dr. Robert Houston Hardin Jr. and Dr. Kathleen House Hardin of Jackson. She is the granddaughter of Dr. James R. House, Jr. and the late Karolyn Long House of Hattiesburg, MS, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Houston Hardin of Jackson, and Ms. Susanne Wells Sandifer of Bogue Chitto.
Miss Hardin graduated with honors from Jackson Preparatory School where she was inducted into the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta. She served as secretary of the French Club, participated on the Precis yearbook, was elected student council representative, and was a Pacer first lieutenant. Miss Hardin was a member of the Jackson Symphony League Sub-Debs.
A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss Hardin is a Provost Scholar and a general business major. She is on the Chancellor’s Honor Roll, a member of National Society of Leadership and Success, and a member of Chi Omega fraternity. Miss Hardin is a member of Highlands Presbyterian Church.
Miss Hederman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Douglas Hederman, of Ridgeland. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Hiram Henry Hederman Jr of Ridgeland and the late Mr. Hederman, and Judy Holt Smelser of Madison and the late Mr. Harry Lee Biggers Jr. 
Miss Hederman was graduated with honors from Jackson Preparatory School where she was elected Homecoming Queen and Miss Senior Class and received the Faculty School Service Award. She was a member of the Jackson Prep Pacers, Reveillon Show Choir, as well as the varsity golf, track and archery teams. She was a Youth Ambassador for the Mississippi Children’s Museum and a member of the Jackson Symphony League Sub-Debs. 

A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss Hederman is an exercise science major on the Dean’s honor roll. She is a Provost scholar and a recipient of the 1848 scholarship, she is a member of Chi Omega fraternity, the Chancellor’s Leadership Class and is currently representing the city of Ridgeland as Miss Hospitality. She is a member of First Presbyterian Church, Jackson. 
Miss Hollingsworth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jetson Griffin Hollingsworth of Jackson. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Swanee Lawrence Farrington of Ridgeland, and the late Dr. Jefferson Franklin Hollingsworth Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall Lusk Jr. of Jackson. 
Miss Hollingsworth graduated with highest honors from Jackson Preparatory School where she was a National Merit Commended Scholar and received the Jackson Prep Impact Award. She was Second Lieutenant of the Pacer Dance Team, a Diamond Girl, French Club treasurer, Goodwill Art Show Coordinator, a member of the National Honor Society and the Service Club, and participated in school musicals. 
A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss Hollingsworth is an English major and a member of the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College. She is the recipient of an Academic Excellence Scholarship, was named to the Chancellor’s Honor Roll and Alpha Lambda Delta honor society, and is a member of Chi Omega Fraternity. She serves as a project leader for The Big Event and is on the editorial staff of Square Magazine. She is a member of Redeemer Presbyterian Church of Jackson. 
Miss Lyon is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Louis Lyon of Birmingham. She is the granddaughter Mrs. Charles Hill Foster and the late Mr. Foster of Jackson and Birmingham, and Mrs. Henry Louis Lyon lll and the late Dr. Lyon of Montgomery. Miss Lyon’s mother, Edith Foster Lyon was presented by the Debutante Club of Mississippi in 1986. Her maternal grandmother, Elizabeth Lester Foster will observe 70 years since her presentation in 1951. 

Miss Lyon was graduated from Mountain Brook High School where she received the Spartan Crest and the 2D Art Award. She was a member of the yearbook staff, the cross country team, the National French Honor Society, and was secretary of the National Art Honor Society. She served as assistant chief of her Camp DeSoto tribe, a Bigtime Ministries intern, and a First Priority leader. Miss Lyon volunteered with Arlington Historical Society and Living Hope in Cape Town, South Africa.
A sophomore business major at the University of Alabama, Miss Lyon is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta honor society and Kappa Delta sorority where she serves as the Gracious Living chairman. She was recognized on the President’s List and serves on the Reformed University Fellowship leadership team. Miss Lyon was a Camp DeSoto counselor and is a member of Brookwood Baptist Church.
Miss Mask is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chadwick Mask of Jackson. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Jerry Dale Mask of Jackson, and the late Mrs. Mask, and Dr. and Mrs. Albert David Powell Jr., of Oxford.
Miss Mask graduated with high honors from Jackson Preparatory School where she was inducted into the Cum Laude Society and the National Honor Society. She was selected to attend Mississippi Governor’s School, served as secretary of National Honor Society, Secretary of National Art Honor Society, publicity chairman of Service Club, and photography editor of the school yearbook, Precis, and was a member of Mu Alpha Theta, Latin Honor Society, and Pathfinders. Miss Mask ran cross country for Jackson Prep and was tennis manager. She also participated in the Jackson Symphony League Sub-Debs.
A sophomore at the University of Alabama, Miss Mask is a pre-medicine major. She is the recipient of the UA Presidential Scholarship, Heritage Scholarship and Julia S. Tutwiler Scholarship. She is a member of the University of Alabama Honors College, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, Alpha Epsilon Delta, and a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She is involved in B-Positive Foundation, attends RUF on campus and Capstone Church.

Miss Moore is the daughter of Dr. Alan Rather Moore and Dr. Jane Ann Lampton Moore of Jackson.  She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Theodore Dudley Lampton Jr. of Magnolia and the late Dr. Lampton, and Mrs. John Roger Moore of Memphis and the late Mr. Moore.  Miss Moore’s mother, Jane Ann Lampton Moore was presented by the Debutante Club of Mississippi in 1989.  
Miss Moore graduated from Jackson Preparatory School with highest honors where she was National Merit Finalist, STAR Student, and treasurer of the National Honor Society.  She was a member of Cum Laude Society, Mu Alpha Theta, National Latin Honor Society, and the Pacer Dance Team. She was editor-in-chief of “The Sentry” newspaper and a state finalist on the varsity tennis team.  She received Distinctive Community Service awards and Impact Award for Leadership.
A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss Moore is a biology major.  She received the Lena Mitchell Marquette Women’s Council Scholarship and is a member of the Ole Miss Women’s Council, Chi Omega fraternity, Chi Omega Philanthropy Committee, and RUF. She was a project leader for Big Event and is a member of First Presbyterian Church of Jackson.
Miss Morse is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Richard Morse. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilkinson Morse of Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coleman Pratt of New Orleans. Her grandmother, Francis Currie Peake Morse, was presented by the Debutante Club of Mississippi in 1950 and her sister, Mildred Judith Morse in 2017.
Miss Morse is a graduate of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School where she consecutively achieved high honor roll and was a member of the National Honor Society. She was also a member of the varsity cross country team and of the student life committee. Miss Morse was a journalist for the school newspaper in which she became the overall opinion section editor and a recurring summer camp counselor for Operation Shoestring. 

A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, she is a member of the Sally Barksdale Honors College where she studies for a major in psychology and a minor in Spanish. She is the recipient of the Mississippi Eminent Scholar Grant, the Academic Merit scholarship, the Ole Miss Circle Award, and the 1848 Scholarship. Miss Morse is a member of the Chancellor’s High Honor Roll and a member of the Delta Gamma sorority. 
Miss Perkins is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Todd Hayden Perkins of Madison. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Davis Hayden Perkins of Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. James Harry Cummins of Brookhaven. Miss Perkins mother, Elizabeth Cummins Perkins, was presented by the Debutante Club of Mississippi in 1991 and her grandmother, Pamela Davis Cummins was presented in 1967.
Miss Perkins graduated with honors from Jackson Preparatory School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and student council. She was a member of the varsity basketball team and varsity soccer team. Miss Perkins was named to the Basketball 5A State All-Tournament Team, MAIS All-Conference Honorary Mention, and selected for the MAIS 2020 All-Star Soccer Team. Miss Perkins was chosen as Class Favorite, and participated in Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Jackson Symphony League Sub-Debs.
A sophomore at Mississippi State University, Miss Perkins is majoring in kinesiology. She is the recipient of the Colvard Future Leader Scholarship Award and Freshmen Academic Excellence Scholarship. She is a member of Collegiate Scholars and Chi Omega Fraternity. She is a member of Pear Orchard Presbyterian Church.
Miss Rutledge is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Buckwalter Rutledge of Madison. She is the granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Cox Cannada Jr., of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. James Clay Rutledge of Sarasota, and Major and Mrs. Charles Herbert Fuller of Wilmore, Ky.

Miss Rutledge graduated from Jackson Preparatory School where she was a member of National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, French Honor Society, and Tri-M Music Honor Society. She was French Club representative, Service Club publicity officer, three-time recipient of the Silver Letter Service Award, and a Jackson Symphony League Sub-Deb. She received five Make A Difference medals for local and international service projects. Miss Rutledge has interned for the Madison County Journal and the Mississippi Christian Living Magazine.
A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss Rutledge is an integrated marketing communications major with a minor in graphic design. She is a recipient of the Madison County Youth Leadership Scholarship and the Tommy Ramey Journalism Scholarship, on the Chancellor’s Honor Roll, a member of Chi Omega fraternity, Alpha Lambda Delta honorary society, and Lambda Sigma honorary society. She is involved with Reformed University Fellowship, a member of First Presbyterian Church in Jackson, and attends Christ Presbyterian Church in Oxford 
Miss Sullivan is the daughter of Col. and Mrs. Kelly Calhoun Sullivan of Mandeville, La. She is the granddaughter of Catherine Munson Calhoun of Lafayette, and the late Sidney James Sullivan of Pineville, La., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harvey White Jr. of Jackson. Miss Sullivan’s mother, Isabel Ingram White Sullivan, was presented by the Debutante Club of Mississippi in 1988 and her sister, Katherine Calhoun Sullivan, in 2020. 
During her Mandeville High School years, she lettered in swimming as a state finalist in Freestyle Medley Relay. She was a member of the basketball team, show choir, Key Club and Industrial Arts club. Her high school summers were filled with lifeguarding at the Pontchartrain Yacht Club, participating in their Junior Sailing team and volunteering at the Dew Drop Jazz Hall. Miss Sullivan earned her student pilot’s permit before her home school diploma.
A sophomore at Northwestern State University, Miss Sullivan is a member of Tri Sigma sorority majoring in physical science and minoring in Russian. She is the recipient of the President’s Honor Scholarship and the Hettie M. Fincher Scholarship. This past summer, she graduated from Army basic training at Fort Sill, Okla. and has secured a position as an intelligence analyst for the Louisiana National Guard. (Miss Sullivan is in training with the United States Army and unable to leave her base due to Covid restrictions to have a formal picture taken.)

Miss Watson is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William Allen Watson of Jackson. She is the granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Murrah Mayo Jr. of Jackson, and the late William Lonnie Watson III, and James Hillary Black IV of Topsail Island, N.C, and the late Kathryn Ward Black. Miss Watson’s sister, Caroline Sullivan Watson, was presented by the Debutante Club of Mississippi in 2018. 
Miss Watson graduated from Jackson Preparatory School. She was a member of the Bio-Medical Club, Community Service Club and served as a “Bookends” and “Pursuit” Retreat leader. She volunteered at the Mississippi Children’s Museum, Methodist Rehabilitation Center, and Neighborhood Christian Center, and was a member of the Jackson Symphony League Sub-Debs. As a senior, she was a selected participant in Jackson Preparatory School’s Precis Pageant. 
A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss Watson is a pre-med major. She is on the Chancellor’s Honor Role and is a member of the Chi Omega fraternity. She enjoys babysitting, spending time with her family, and going to the beach. She is a member of Christ United Methodist Church in Jackson where she worked as a nursery volunteer and vacation Bible school leader. 
Miss White is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hyde White of Ridgeland. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Hurt of Lucedale and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neel White of Clarkdale.
Miss White graduated with highest honors from Jackson Academy and was a member of the National Honors Society, Rho Kappa, Student Council, Service Award, Young Life, JA Retreat Leader, and a Jackson Symphony League Sub-Deb. She was a member of The Jackson Academy Accent Dance Team where she served as an officer. Miss White was a JA Beauty, Class Favorite and on Homecoming Court.

A sophomore at the University of Mississippi, Miss White is a business major, on the Dean’s List and is a member of Chi Omega Fraternity. Miss White is a member of Christ United Methodist Church in Jackson. 
Miss Zouboukos is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Constantine Zouboukos of Jackson. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Chaffins and the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Constantine Zouboukos, all of Jackson.
Miss Zouboukos graduated with honors from Jackson Preparatory School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and Student Council. She was the recipient of the Faculty Service Club Award. She was a Jackson Prep Pacer, a member of both the basketball and volleyball teams, and elected a class beauty her senior year. Miss Zouboukos was named to the All-MAIS volleyball and Basketball teams and Priority One All-Metro basketball team. Additionally, she was a member of the Jackson Symphony League Sub-Debs.
A sophomore at Mississippi State University, Miss Zouboukos is a biological science major. She is the recipient of the Academic Excellence and Colvard Future Leader Scholarships and a President’s List Scholar. At Mississippi State, she is a member of Chi Omega fraternity, involved in Hands and Feet Organization and Fashion Board. She is a member of Holy Trinity-Saint John the Theologian Greek Orthodox Church.
The executive board of The Debutante Club of Mississippi held a Welcome Dinner for all 2021 Debutantes this past spring, which allowed the 2021 debs to meet old and new friends whom they would be sharing the upcoming season with. 

Founded in 1933, The Debutante Club of Mississippi, Inc. has grown steadily and has presented 2,015 young ladies.
The executive board of The Debutante Club of Mississippi, Inc. wishes to acknowledge the loss of Wilkie Jane Adams Engle who served in various roles on the executive board since 1950 till her passing this year.
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