MAID BAYLEIGH ELIZABETH CHAMBLESS
Bayleigh Elizabeth Chambless is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Chambless of Saucier, Mississippi. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cecil A. Patterson Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Humphreys III. Her paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Chambless and Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Purvis.
She is a high honor graduate of D’Iberville High School, where she was a member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and student council. She was also a Mississippi Scholar, a four-year varsity cheerleader, elected class favorite and a member of the homecoming court. Bayleigh is a graduate of Mississippi State University earning a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and a minor in psychology. She was a member of the exercise science honors society, training kinesthetic awareness program, Dr. Holmes’s research lab, Phi Mu fraternity, and an academic mentor for the ACCESS program. She volunteered with Sudduth Elementary, Miss Smith’s tutoring service, Pine Lake care packaging, and the Salvation Army while in Starkville.
Bayleigh is currently attending the University of South Alabama earning her Master of Science degree in occupational therapy. She is a member of the South Alabama Student Occupational Therapy Association, the Alabama Occupational Therapy Association, and the American Occupational Therapy Association. Bayleigh is a member of Coalville United Methodist Church in Biloxi. She was a 16-year student at Nancy’s School of Dance, where she was a part of the award winning NWD The Company. She was also a member of the 2018 Gulf Coast Debutante Society.
MAID CALLIE ANN FARRIS
Callie Ann Farris is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Christopher Farris of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Her maternal grandparents are Mrs. Rose Ann Schultz and the late Mr. Thomas James Schultz Jr. Her paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Farris.
She is a graduate of Oak Grove High School, where she was voted Oak Grove High School’s Most Beautiful. Callie was a member of the Oak Grove Hall of Fame, three-year class president, four-year member of the Golden Spirits Dance Team, four-year student council member, 10th Grade Beauty, recipient of The Pride of Oak Grove for three years, all “A” honor roll, Key Club, and the Spanish Club. Callie received both the Mary and Brad Bradway scholarship at Mississippi State University and the Key Club scholarship. In 2014, she was chosen for the American Dance Team to represent the USA in Barcelona, Spain at which the team won first place.
Callie graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Science in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations. While at MSU, she was a member of Kappa Delta Sorority, where she held the offices of Vice President of Operations, Homecoming Chair and Sisterhood Chair. Callie was a member of the 2017/2018 MSU Pom Squad and top 10 Miss Maroon and White. Callie was on the Dean’s List and President’s List multiple semesters. She was a member of Maroon VIP Tour Services, where she served on the outreach committee, the Maroon VIP Recruitment Team for MSU and Service Dawgs.
Callie served as Hattiesburg’s Miss Hospitality for 2020. She was a founding member of the Junior Auxiliary Crown Club and was a five-year member of the Dance South Competition Team. She was star performer of the Dixie Darling Invitational and was awarded Outstanding Teen Dancer for the Year.
Callie currently works in the marketing department at Aramark Services at the University of Southern Mississippi and attends Venture Church in Hattiesburg.
Callie’s mother, Dana Voivedich Farris, served as a Maid to Queen Ixolib in 1983. Her aunt Rose Sekul Dellenger was a page to Queen Ixolib in 1971; her uncle Elliott Voivedich served as a Flag Bearer in 1981 and as a Duke in 2019; her aunt Reva Schultz Hopkins was a Flag Bearer in 1986; her cousin Evelyn Dellenger served as a Maid 2015; her cousin Ezra Hopkins was a Flag Bearer in 2017; her great uncle Joseph Leckich served as a Duke in 1980.
MAID JULIANNA PAIGE MOHLER
Julianna Paige Mohler is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy J. “Bitty” Mohler of Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter “P.I.” Williams. Her paternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Mohler.
She is a graduate of Ocean Springs High School, where she played on the high school volleyball team and was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Ocean Springs Cotillion Club, Career Technology & Engineering Club, Educators Rising Club, Broadcasting Club and on the fashion board. Julianna is a senior at Mississippi State University majoring in marketing and minoring in public relations. She is a member of Phi Mu sorority, where she served on the executive council as the public relations chairwoman, is an alumni liaison, website administrator and historian. She is a Kelly Wynne Campus Ambassador, a member of the Catholic Campus Ministry and is a social media model for several boutiques in Starkville and the MS Gulf Coast.
Julianna is a member of St. Alphonsus Catholic Church in Ocean Springs. She was a 2019 Mississippi Gulf Coast Debutante. After graduation Julianna plans to move to Nashville and pursue a career in sales and marketing, while taking courses to become licensed in insurance to eventually work for her father’s insurance agency. Julianna’s parents, Bitty and Kathy, served as GCCA maid and duke liaisons for eight years. Her father, Guy J. “Bitty” Mohler, served as a duke in 2007. Her brother, Chase Mohler, served as a page to King d’Iberville in 1999. Her grandfather, Walter “P.I.” Williams, was a duke in 1988, served as Lt. of Carnival in 1993-1994, Captain of Carnival 1995-1996 and GCCA Board Chairman 2005-2006.
MAID ABIGAIL PEYTON RAWORTH
Miss Abigail Peyton Raworth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Dunbar Raworth IV of Pascagoula. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. AJM “Butch” Oustalet III and Ms. Susan Oustalet. Her paternal grandparents are Ms. Joette Maroski and the late Malcolm D. Raworth III.
She is a graduate of Resurrection Catholic High School, where she graduated with honors, she was a member of the National Honor Society, selected as a Rotary Student of the Month and served on the Pascagoula Mayor’s Youth Council. Abby currently is a senior at the University of Mississippi, where she is majoring in integrated marketing and communications and minoring in business with an emphasis in health communications. She is on the Chancellor’s Honor Roll and a recipient of the Pascagoula Rotary Scholarship. She is a member of Delta Gamma Sorority, where she served as a new member education group leader and as the assistant director of recruitment records. She also is a member of the Ole Miss College Republicans.
Abby was a 2019 Gulf Coast Debutante. She is a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Pascagoula and St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Oxford. Abby served as page to Queen Ixolib in 2010. Her mother, Rouxanne Raworth, served as a maid in 1990 and a flag bearer in 1985. Her father, Mickey Raworth, served as a duke 2011. Her brother, Bronson Raworth, served as page to King d’Iberville in 2011 and as a flag bearer in 2016. Her great-grandfather, Howard A. McDonnell Sr., served as King d’Iberville 1949. Her great- grandmother, Ethel Beggs McDonnell, served as a maid in 1949. Her grandfather AJM “Butch” Oustalet, served as a duke in 1986 and as King d’Iberville 2011.
MAID HALEY NICOLE ROLL
Haley Nicole Roll is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Roll of Ocean Springs. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rigney. Her paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roll.
Haley is a graduate of Ocean Springs High School, where she played on the varsity soccer team for four years. She was voted captain of the varsity soccer team her senior year. She was a member of the Ocean Springs Mayor’s Youth Council. She graduated from Mississippi State University magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and a minor in Spanish. She is a Phi Mu Sorority alumna and was selected as the Campus Involvement Chairwoman for Spring/Fall 2020. Haley was selected to be a member of Maroon Visitors Information Program, offering campus tours and Athletic Ambassador for the 2019 football season. She was a member of the Exercise Science Honor Society and Pre-Physical Therapy Club. She was selected as a Gamma Chi recruitment counselor for MSU Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment for fall of 2021.
Haley is currently attending the University of Mississippi Medical Center pursuing her doctorate degree in physical therapy. She has been appointed as a member of the Student Special Interest Group for the Mississippi Physical Therapy Association, where she serves as the Core Ambassador for the board.
Haley is a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Starkville, and St. Michael Church in Biloxi. She volunteers at Mrs. Smith’s Tutoring and at Sudduth Elementary School in Starkville and was a volunteer lifeguard for the Special Olympics hosted by the Mississippi Gulf Coast YMCA.
MAID ISABELLA ELISE RUBENSTEIN
Isabella Elise Rubenstein is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Rubenstein of Ocean Springs. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Eugene Ziegler. Her paternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Louis Rubenstein.
Isabella is a graduate of Ocean Springs High School, where she was on the Principal’s list and graduated in the top 10 percent of her class with high honors. She was a member of the National Honor Society, secretary of Junior Civitan, captain of the Sparkle Effect Cheer Program, president of Youth Activation Committee, a representative on the Mayors Youth Council, president of Youth Activation Committee, a member of Mu Alpha Theta Mathematical Honor Society, and a member of the Hall of Fame. She is a Mississippi Scholar, recipient of the National Engineering Math and Science Initiative Award and the Explosion of Excellence Scholarship. She competed on the varsity tennis team and the varsity and competition cheer teams and served on the Homecoming Court. She won Miss Congeniality and was second runner up in the Camellia Queen Pageant and was Miss Leaf River Valley Outstanding Teen.
Isabella is a graduate of the University of Mississippi, where she majored in biochemistry with minors in biology and psychology, finishing magna cum laude and in the top ten percent of her class. She was a Provost Scholar, on the Chancellor’s Honor Roll, recipient of the Academic Excellence Scholarship, recipient of the Bledsoe Scholarship, member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, the Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society, the Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society, the Alpha Epsilon Delta Medial Honor Society, the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society and the Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society. She was member of the Kappa Delta Sorority and served as Kappa Delta Assistant Vice President of Operations, as Sergeant-at-Arms of Kappa Delta, as the Kappa Delta Guard, and on the Confidence Coalition Committee of Kappa Delta, the Signs Committee of Kappa Delta and has served as a Big Event Project Leader at the University of Mississippi.
She was a member of the American Medical Student Association, the American Medical Women’s Association, served as Ole Miss Pharmacy School Secretary and Treasurer, was an Ole Miss Pharmacy School Mentor and Ambassador.
Isabella is currently attending William Carey University School of Pharmacy pursuing a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. She is a member of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy where she serves on the board as the Community Service and Fundraising Chair. Isabella is also a member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacy.
Isabella is a member of Congregation Beth Israel and served as Treasurer of Hillel International for the University of Mississippi. She has been a camp counselor at Henry S. Jacobs in Utica, Mississippi. She volunteered for Girl Scouts of USA and Bethesda Free Health Clinic, North Mississippi Regional Center and with The Exchange Club of Oxford. Isabella is a 2018 member of Gulf Coast Debutante Society.
Maid Britton Alden Simpson
Britton Alden Simpson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Simpson of Gulfport, Mississippi. Her maternal grandparents are the late Honorable James E. Bost Sr. and Fann Bost. Her paternal grandparents are the late Honorable James C. Simpson Sr. and the late Jeanne Simpson.
She is a graduate of Gulfport High School, where she graduated with honors, was a member of the Lady Admirals soccer team, Key Club, French Club and served as the graphic designer for Cotillion Club of Gulfport. Britton is currently a senior at the University of Mississippi, where she is majoring in allied health sciences and minoring in psychology. She is on the Dean’s Honor Roll, a Provost and Bledsoe Scholar. She is a member of Alpha Mu Chapter of Kappa Delta and a member of Active Minds.
Britton was a Gulf Coast Debutante in 2019. She is a member of the First United Methodist Church of Gulfport and volunteers with the Girl Scouts of America and Prevent Child Abuse America.
Britton’s sister, Erin Simpson, served as a maid in 2017. Her sister, Kameron Simpson, served as a maid in 2019.
MAID HALEIGH KATHRYN SMITH
Haleigh Kathryn Smith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Derrick Smith Sr. of Biloxi. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Crosby. Her paternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. George Smith.
Haleigh is a graduate of Biloxi High School, where she was president of the National Honor Society, captain of the Biloxi Belles Dance Team, Drum Major for the Biloxi High School Band, elected to Biloxi High School Hall of Fame, elected as Miss Biloxi High School, Key Club president and served as secretary, treasurer, and committee chair for the student council. Haleigh graduated cum laude from Mississippi State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Biological Sciences with pre-dental concentration. She attended graduate school at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where she earned a Master of Science in biomedical sciences. She was selected as Mississippi State University Orientation Leader and Ambassador, was a member of the National Society Collegiate Scholars and Alpha Epsilon Delta and Kappa Delta Society. Haleigh is currently an eighth-grade science teacher at Biloxi Junior High and has been recently accepted to attend the University of Mississippi Medical School of Dentistry beginning August 2022.
Haleigh is a member of First Baptist Church in Biloxi, where she teaches fifth and sixth grade Sunday School, and is a member of the orchestra. She is also a volunteer with Bethesda Free Health Clinic. Haleigh served as a flag bearer in 2010.