(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Bobashela"




'^_ ''%;':%^:y%.. 









3«^-"*<^ 



"'" Ji^itfc. ..^■: 



'"^^""^S^s?:' 



■■^-f--^— --■ 



%-^;v.^^ ^-"^^fc 








BOBASHELA 

1931 



Joseph Burton Patrick 

Editor-in-Chief 

Henry Grady Flowers 

Business Manager 









.^-—^ > I 



OKe 1931 

BobasKela 



Volume XXV 



AYeAR^Booic 



OF 



MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

JACKSON, MISS. 







\f^: 



"^^^ 



% 



^ot:? 



-X 




m 






!^m 



9-^ 




y>>>^^^>-^ 






.<^^^ 



\ 



THE COLLEGE 
THE CLASSES 

ACTIVITIES 

FRATERNITIES 

ATHLETICS 

FEATURES 



frm 



\ mm r< 



. . 



i^ 







-^ 



D 








rOsi-ji:.-wOsi-£) 



©\ U.W OF INIKOni CTION. As « <■ c.ime ti- 
.voii with (Ills vi.liiiiie ipf "Tile ISoliiislii.la," we 
il.i not intend (n aiioloHi/.e for tlie al.sen.r of an.v- 
tliinu' of merit. an<I thert* is, of cimrse. nothliiu: 
on thi' paijes (liat follow lint works of merit whieli 
neeil no ai>oloK> . I'lie desire of the Kditor and 
Manasiers has l>ei'n to make this vo nme a siie<*ess. 
Our pnriiose is to porlraj <-o lejje lite in a I of its 
phases and to make it siirh a pleasini; ptirtrait 
that in years In come the students of l!):u ntay 
en.|o> re\i\ing: tlie m^'mories of jjerhaps the hap- 
piest da>s of tlieir li\cs. Ihe asso.iation of friends, 
and often niu<h more than that of friends, w hii h 
are formed dnriny one's e<dlet;e life, are sometimes 
the most lasting, and to tliese pam-^ > on nia.v 
often turn and see the faces of tho,e with whom 
.\ on ha\e spent so niar.> pleasant honrs. 

As we sul)m.it this booli to yon, dear friends, it is 
with tlie hope tluit it shall oii!.v eall forth words 
of eomnienchition instead of eeiisure. It is not in- 
teiKled to he a perfect nrodiictinn. It is not t dite<l 
h,> professionals, hut \,\ loial cidleife students who 
lo\e their Alma >latcr and who are tr.^ing: to 
make the present .lear the hrlRlitest in lier history. 
Mill >oii not. then, receive this vo"nnie of "The 
Boh ishela" in love an<l long-sutTering: kindness, and 
ma.\ it alwa>s he ;» source of gratitication to .vou 
that .Miu have as v<inr .\lma Mater Millsaps Col- 
leere, wh-ii-h this ^■olume attem!>ts to represent. 

THK ST.\rF. 





^ 







'■^V ''■*' 
'/■.■?& 



w 



'1$^ 
S51, 

^ 



f M 



/ / \ 



\:7 



r 



,'-• ^- j> 



It is With Pleasure the 

Staff Welcomes the Opportunity to Dedicate 

This Volume of the 

BOBASHELA 

to 

Professor Frank C. Jenkins 

Who has given of his heart, body, and mind 
to the upbuilding of Millsaps; who, as a 
teacher, has done more than train the minds 
of men; who has manifested a love for his 
Alma Mater not only through these channels, 
but through his manliness in 
every activity. 










^ 



-^^< "^ 




^z1\ 



\n^ 



J I 




<± 



Xn CQpmn riant 



•^r?*!,.. 




iEtaa (Unra ^Tuatima 

Bitb Qrrpmlirr 26. 133U 



/^^1^4^ 







% 



% College 



i3r 




/^ "^ 



^^k^ 



^:'>n 



:^ 



/^ 



r 



Ir 




^ADMINISTRATION 'BUILDING 




gALLOWAY—'BURTON HALL 




"^EW SCIENCE HALL 




LIBRARY 




FOUNDERS HALL 




'T>RIVE THROUGH CAMPUS 



mBMiimn 




Dr. D. U. Key, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. 

President of SMillsaps College 



17 



''rf 



she 



Fsiculty 







"V^'^^ 

"^.W 



Dr. J. M. Sl LLivAx, A.M., Ph.D. 

Senior Member of the Faculty 
Professor of Chemistry and Geoloejy 

A.B., Central College; A.M., \'aiulerhilt rniversity 
Ph.n., \':iii(lerhilt rni\-ersit\ ; Delta Tau Delta. 



Pr<)fi:.s.s«)r (]. L. Harrhll, B.S., M.S. 

Rn/islrar of llie ('ollit/r 
I'rofissor of I'liysics and .1 stronomy 

15. S., Mill^aps College; M.S., Mlllsaps College; Kappa 
Sigma. 



Proi-essor J. Rrese I.ix, B.A., M.A. 

Srrntary of the C.nllei/e 
Professor ot P/iilosophy and History 

A.B., Emor\' College; M.A., \'anderbilt Cniversity; 
Kappa Alpha; Alpha Phi Ep^ilon ; Phi Beta Kappa. 



Dr. H. E. Mitch fll, A.M., 1 h.D. 

Dean 

Professor of Matlieinatiis 

A.B., Scarritt-Moiri>\ille; A.M., \'aiHlerbilt Cniversitx ; 

Ph.D., Columbia rni\ei>lty; Alpha Tail Dmega ; Omi- 

ciiin Delta Kappa. 



Profkssor C. F. Nhsuitt, A.H., H.D. 

Professor of Relir/ions Edueation 
A.B., WotfonI College; B.D., Kmoiy Ciiiversilv. 



iS 






■Pl T/„ 



Faculty 



< 



■^1^ 



Dr. a. p. Hamii.tox, A.M.. Ph.D. 

Dean and I'lolissor 0/ .Iruirtil l.tint/uat/is 

A.B., Southern I'niversity ; A.M., rniv(.-i>it\- i)f Penn- 
sylvania; Ph.D., ibid; Kappa .Alpha; Omicron Delta 
Kappa. 



Miss Magxoi.ia Si.Mi'sox, A.l?., A.M. 

Instruilor in Latin 

A.B., Millsaps College; .'\.M., rni\ei^ity of Penn- 
sylvania. 



Professor A. G. Saxokrs, A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Roinancf l.iuu/iiaiirs 

A.B., Southwestern; AM., 'iale rni\ersit\ ; .-^.B., Tni- 

versity of Oxford; A.M., ibid; Sigma I'pMlon; .'Mpha 

Phi Epsilon. 



Mrs. W. O. Brumfirmi, A.R. 

Girls' Raskithall Coach 
A.B., Cumberland Cnivervitw 



Professor Ross H. Moore, A.B., A.M. 
.Issociali' Professor of llislnry 

A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., ibid; .\lpha Phi Epsilon; 

Alpha Psi Omega; Sigma I'psilon; Omicron Delta 

Kappa. 




19 




Faculty 




Professor H. C. Blackwei.l, A.B., A.M. 

.Issocialc Professor of Religious Educalion 

A.B., Emory University; A.M., Duke University; Can- 
dler School of Theolog\ of Emory University; Tau 
Kappa Alpha. 



Mrs. L. B. Rori-rts, A.B., A.M. 

.Issociale Professor of Entjlisli 
A.H., University of South Carolina; A.M., ibid. 



Professor B. O. Van Hook, A.B., A.M. 

.Issoiiate Professor of Malhematiis and Diredor of 
.llliletics 

A.B., Millsaps; A.M., \'anderbilt University; Kappa 
Sigma. 



Professor Fraxk C. Jexkixs, B.S., A.M. 

Professor of Eduealion 

B.S., University of Mississippi; A.M., Peabod> College; 
Phi Delta Kappa. 



Professor L. E. Le.aver, B.S., A.M. 

.Issistant Professor of Eduealion 

U.S., Central Missouri State Teachers' College; A.M. 
Uiiiversitv of Missouri. 



i I 



Faculty 



Knwix \V. Hale 

Profissor of I'/iysucil EJuiitlioii 



Mr. Frank Slatkr, B.M. 

Iliad of till- I'nur Di-parlinrnt 

B.M., New Orleans Conservatory of Music anil Dra- 

matic Art, three years a student at the Ro\al College of 

Music, Manchester, England, late of Royal House 

Opera, London, England. 



Vernon B. Hathorn, H.S. 

Bursar 
B.S., Millsaps College; Kappa Sigma, 



Mrs. F. C. Cooi'er 

Matron Girls' Dorniilory. 



]\Irs. Mary Bowen Ci.ark, A.B. 

Assistant Librarian 
A.B., Millsaps College; Phi Mu. 




ii 



J 'i 




Faculty 




Dr. David Horace Bishop, AI.A., IJ..D. 

Profissor (if Eiujlhh 

H.A., Emory and Henry College, 1891; M.A., \'ander- 

hilt University, 1897; LL.D., Emory and Henry College, 

1930. 



Mrs. H. W. Coi!p, 

A.B., St. Lawrence University; Phi Beta Kappa. 



Roki:rt Hl;^R^• Hayxes, B.A., "SI. A. 

.Issislaril Projrssnr of Ilislory 

H.A., I'niversity of Tennessee, 1912; M.A., George Pea- 
body College, 1927. 



Nlma Francis Wii.kersox, A.B., M.A. 

.Issislant Profrssnr of Biolot/y 

A.K., Duke Universitx', 1921 ; M.A., Duke University, 
1923- 



Mrs. S. V. Clements 

Million of (Jills' Dormitory 



^y 



Faculty 



Joseph Bailey Prick, I?.S., M.S. 

Assislanl I'rofrssrir of Matlicmalii s and Clniniiliy 

H.S., MillsapN CdlleKc, 1925; M.S., rrilvcisit\ cf Mi;.>is- 
sippi, 1928. 

El.lZAHKTU Cr AlC, 15. A., M.A. 

Jfsislanl riofrssor of I'icikIi 

B.A., Baniari! ('(illcne, C'dluinbia 1 ' ni\fi-it\ , 1922; 
M.A., Ciilumhia ( ' iii\'ir^ll> , 1930. 



Mrs. J. L. Rohrrts, A. 15., H.M. 

Director of Piano 

A.B., B.M., ^^'hit\v()|-th C'ollej^e; Sherwood Music 
School; American Conservatory; Pupil of Elizabeth 
Mc\'oy, Albert Berne, Cjeorgia Ki;ber, Silvio Scionti 
Walter Keller, Special work with Josef Lhevinne. 
Fannie Bloomfield Zeisler, anil Percy Cirainser. 



Fi.()R[-N'CF- Lkach, H.S. 

. IssislanI Lilnarian 
Head of Calalo{/ur Dcpnrlminl 

B.S., George Peabody CVillege, 1930; Certificate in Li- 
brary Science, CJeorge Peabody College, 1930. 



Miss Carrik Olivia Sistrl \k 

Secretary lo the President 

AxxiL Oli\ia Har.m(i\, U.A., M.A. 

Jsshtant Professor of Kni/lis/i 
Dean of Jl'oinen 

B.A., Meridian College, 1920; M.A., Lniversitx of 
North Carolina, 1925. 





23 



cAlma <SMater 

cAlma ^iater, dear old ^ ill saps, 

Loyal Sons are we; 
Our fond hearts are thine alone 

oAnd ever more shall be. 

^roud art thou in classic beauty 

Of thy noble past, 
With thy watchword. Honor, ^uty, 

Thy high fame shall last. 

Svery student, man and maiden, 

Swell the glad refram, 
'Til the breezes, music laden, 

Waft it back, again. 



j^^/V^-Wy 



/r'J!\. 4 




4 f^^ 




k Classes 





f 1, 



' ', 



I 







Class Officers 

Howard Lewis Preside 

Robert Tatljm . Vice-President 

Laura Lightcap Secretary-Treasurer 




•U 




Seiiior Class 



Kenyon Fielding Hill, B.S. 

JACKSON", MISS. 

Unuigrois Medal (1. 2): D. A. li. Medal CZ. 3): 
h'ounder's Medal (4); Assistant to President anil Reg- 
istrar (1. 2): Snmnier i2), 1 2. 3); Assistant in Chem- 
istry (4); President Pamlilers' <-lub (4): President Eta 
Sisnia (4); High Honor Graduate. 



Reynolds Smith Cheney, B.A. 

K A 

JACKSON, MISS. 

IOl;i .Si.i;ina 



Katimae Campbell, B.A. 



MKRinlAN, MISS. 

Whitworth <-..llej;e (1, 21: .•-;rer.'tary 1 Mi iloniathian Lit 

irarv .Sneietv i :'. ) ; Glee ciuh CI i : Y. ^\^ G. A. Delegat. 

to Blue Ridg,. ( :; i ; Se.r.tar\- V. W. c. A. (4i: Busines.« 

Manager Gl..' cinli (li; Senior Ring fommittee (41. 



Garner W. Green, Jr., B.A. 



J.VCKSON, MISS. 



Troy Conway Gotten, B.S. 

JACKSON, MISS. 



28 



\Wp^Ws>&M: 



'^S^: 



):!7 Q^,J: 



II 



Senior Class 



Robert Newell Kinnaird, Jr., B.S. 

JACKSON, MLSS. 
Glee Cluh (2. 3, ■) ) ; Student Assistunl in chemistry (3) 



DeLacey McMurry, B.S. 

JACKSOX, MISS. 



Floyd L. Looney, B.A. 

COLLIERVILLE, IKNX. 



James Sidney Mills, B.A. 

COURTLAXI), MISS. 
Mar^ville ColKge (1 ). 



Robert Alonzo Hassell, B.S. 



1 r x 

Football (1 2 3, 4). 




' ') 1 ^r^ / ) h ,1 c /t r^ 







Senior Class 



Joseph Burton Patrick, A.B. 

() K X 
LEARNKD, MISS. 

Clalloway Literary Society; President Gailoway Literary 
Society; Buie Declamation Winner; Freshman Debater; 
Inter-CoIIegiate Debater; M. I. O. A. Representative 
(3, 4); Delegate to Pi Kappa Delta Convention, Wich- 
ita. Kansas; Delegate to Pi Kappa Delta Convention. 
Farmersville, Virginia: President Pi Kapjia Delta; 
Editor ■■Bohashela"; Debate Counril; Student Executive 
Board. 



W. Kenneth Bradley, B.S. 

K .\ 

CAxrnv, MISS. 

r>am:ir Liter:ir> Sneiety ll. 2. ?.. ti; V. M. i\ .\ . Cabinet 

U); .X.'^sistant in Physies ((); Clviiinian c'apand Gown 

Committee (4J. 



John Calhoun, B.S. 

K A 
,MT. OI.IVE, MISS. 



Frances King, A.B. 

K A 
.JACKSON", MISS. 



irl.<- Clee cii 



ilenintliean Literary Soeiet\-; Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet. 



Marion Hale, B.S. 

(I K .\ 
MEMPHIS, lENS". 

^eretar\- and Treasurer n( the So]iliomnie Class; Font- 
ill II, 2, :;, I); Haseiiall (L 2 :l. J 1 ; Basketliall il, 2, 
:;. ll; Assistant in Physical l':ducation (2, :1. A). 



Elizabeth Knox, A.B. 

JACKSON, MISS. 
* t;iee Club. 



m^i^M>^i^ 



N. 



^i^:si|^ 



Seeior Class 



Sara Smith, A.B. 

li 1 n 
JACKSON', MISS. 
Gills' Gli'i- C'liili; Bri'tliov.-ii I'li 



James D. Slay, A.B. 

PL'RVIS, MISS. 
Pr.>si.U'iU Mini.sUiial LcaKiu'; .As.-iistant in P.il. 



E. A. Kelly, B.S. 

J.ACKSOX, MISS. 
President ^linisterial League 



Margaret Clark, B.A. 

BKOOKHAVK.V, MISS. 
Wtlitwoltll CulleKr (1. 2 I. 



Alice Kathryn Casey, A.B. 

JACKSON", .MISS. 



Myrtle Johnson 



JACKSON, Ml 




')31 'I 



^ 




Seeior Class 



Robert Eli Tatum, B.A. 

K i 
HAITIKSBURG, MISS. 

Sludeiu ExiMiitivc Buaid (J I: V. M. < '. A. Calii.iet r:! 

A): Fifshiiuiii I3a.ski-tl>ull ; Band (3. 4); (Jmicron Delta 

Kappa. 



Trella Mae Burnham, B.S. 

A z 

JACKSON', MISS. 



Edwin Beaman Bell, A.B. 

]| K A 

CREKWVnOI), MISS. 

Football (1, 2, ?,, -1); Baskitb.ill (1); Tra.k i 1. 2 3. -1 ) . 



Lemma Lucille Gordon, A.B. 



JACKSON, MISS 



Benjiman S. Harrell, A.B. 

K 1 

JACKSON, MISS. 

F.Killiall (1.1 ; Stuiliiit ,\."isisiant in -Math. -mat i(s: Ti^nni 



The 19^1 'BohcuhcLi 



Seeior Class 



Robert Clayton Maynor, B.S. 

U K X 
JACKSON-, MISS. 

Foutball il 2, :!. 4); L'ainaiii Foutball Tfaiii i4i: VUr- 
President of the Sophomore Class; Seciflai.\ m A. A. 
(2); Honor Council (3); President of "M" I'luli (I); 
President DeMolay Club (3); Winner Brann.m Tnii'bj 
I 3); Senior Ring Coniniittre ; Stnd.nt Exii-utive P.. .aid 
(-11; Catella Club (ll; II.iudi- Graduate. 



Lloyd Hardin, B.S. 

DI-HMl'R, MISS. 
Ga:lo^va^■ Literary Soeiety; IJanibler.s' Club. 



W. Percy Armour, B.S. 

i; p x 

TA-SLORSVILLE. MISS. 



W. R. Ferris, B.S. 

K 1 
JACKSON, MISS. 
Transfer SIis.«iissippi A. & M. ; Pi-,'-.Medb al 



ExcELL Mapp, B.S. 

i; r x 

llARPEKSNILI.l:, MISS. 
Football ( 1, 2, 3. 4). 




I'he 193l^obaihela 




Seeior Class 



Wesley Norton Miller, A.B. 

K 1 
HERMAWILLE, MISS. 

Prc'SicU-iit Student Bo<ly; Cliairman Fic-ld Coopprative 
A.ssofiation; Honor Graduate; Baseball (1. 2. 3. 4): 
Football (1): Galloway Literary Society; Vice-President 
Student Body: Omicron Delta Kappa; Eta Sigma; 
■•Puriile and White" Staff; --Bobashela" Staff; Ramblers' 
Club. 



Mary Velva Simpson, B.S. 

Bin 
JACKSOV, MISS. 



Grace Elizabeth Dear, A.B. 

JACKSON", ,\IISS. 

I'liil(iuiatli.-an l,itiT;u\- .'-■o(iil\ (1, l' ■^ Jl; (;lie r'luli 
(4). 



Annie Dixon Myers, A.B. 

JACKSON', .VIISS. 



Herbert Douglas Gillis, A.B. 

1 I' .\ 

IIAirlKSBLKC, .MISS. 

Laili.ir Literaiy Soctlet>' (1. 2. 3, -II; President of 

L. I.. S. I 41; "Purple ami White" Staff (4); Sigma 

Upsilon. 



34 



^' '^H)ha^h-^ ■ 



Seeior Class 



James Howard Lewis, B.S. 

(I K .\ 
GRKENWOOD, MISS. 

L,. L,. S.; Treasurer of L. I^. S. (3); Honor Council (1. 
2, 3); Student Executive Board (3); "M" Club (3. 4); 
Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4); Catella Club; Vice-Pres- 
ident Catella Club: Freshman Edition "Purple and 
White"; Basketball (1. 2, 3, 4); Vice-President Student 
Body (4); Student Assistant in Education (4); Pres- 
ident of Senior Class; Omicron Delta Kappa; Vice- 
President Oniicron Delta Kaiipa. 



Laura Anderson Lightcap, B.A. 

K A 
JACKSON", MISS. 



BURNELL GiLLASPY, A.B. 

I! I O 
MON'l'ICFLLO, MISS. 



M. S. C. \V. (1. 2. .■;); Glcr Chib (4). 



Charles Holmes Whatley, B.S. 

K I 
JACKSON", MISS. 



Charles Wesley Simms, B.S. 

d'LO, MISS. 





Seeior Class 



David Gordon Patton, A.B. 

JACKSON", MISS. 

Gallownv Litprary Sofii-ty: Eta Sigma; Honor Gradu- 
ate; Y. M. C. A. (1). 



Malcolm Galbreath, B.S. 



HAiriESBURG, MISS. 

A. & M. Collese (1); Track (2. 3, 4); Band (2. 3. 4): 

PrcHiile-nt ol the Band (4); Student Executive Board 

(4); V. SI. C. A. Cabinet; Chairman of Invitation 

Committee (4). 



Benjamin Young Ruff, A.B. 

ACKFRMAN, MISS. 
Freshman Debating Team; Mid-Session Debater (2). 



Graves Hubbard McDowell, A.B. 

JACKSON", MISS. 

M'ir>viIIe Collese (1); Olee <-|uli (2. 3, 4); Busines 

Manaser of the SlilL-aps' l'la>-.rs; ■■piirple and White 

.Staff (4); Senior ( 'ai> ami ciown Committee. 



Bessie Louise Allred, B.S. 

JACKSON, MISS. 



36 



j?>^A^^>^i^_ 



n?7 -^^^ .ha she' 



Seeior Class 



Lealon Martin, Jr., A.B. 

CANinV, MISS. 

SiBin:i Uiisilcm; (iniiri-Dii Di-ltii K;ippa; VA:\ SiKina; 
Kditor •■PiiriJli- iiiul Wliiti'" (4): Sturlent Executive 
Board (1); I.amar Literary Society; "Bobasliela" Staff 
(3); Tennis Team (2. 3. 4); Basltetliall (2, 3); As- 
sistant in EnKlisli Department. 



Martell Herman Twitchell, A.B. 

IITA BKNA, MISS. 

Vii-e-Presiilc lit Ministerial I.easue (3 1; V. \V. r, A. 

Cabinet (3); Student Assistant in Biljle (4); Glee C'lul) 

(3. 4). 



Helen Hampton Walker, A.B. 

K A 
BK()OKHAVK\, .MISS. 



Elma S. Clark, A.B. 

>1> M 
JACKSON", MISS. 

Freshman i ■mnniission ; Eta SiKUia: Y. W. P. .A. Pali 
met 13); Cap and Cown Committee (4). 



ROSCOE CONKLIN WiLLIAMS, B.S. 

1 1' X 
PKEMISS, MISS. 




37 



, ,A . ..■ ' i Bobci 



a: 




Seeior Class 



Ruth Ridgway, A.B. 

li 1 li 

JACKSON", MISS. 

Basketball (1); V. W. C. A. (2, 3); Vice-President Y. 
W. C. A. (2, 3); Pliilomathean Literary Society (2, 3, 
4). Treasurer (3); Presirlent Girls' Glee Club (3); 
Bcetlioxen Club (3); Pan-Hellenic Council: Student Ex- 
ecuti\'e Board: President of Woman's Assot.-iation (4). 



Paul Leroy Robertson, A.B. 

][ K A 
WKSSON', MISS. 

■Puriile and White" Staff (2. 3); Band (2); Millsaps' 
Orchestra (4). 



Glenna Moore, A.B. 

^ /. 

lACKSON' MISS. 
Woman's I'an-Hcllenir (4); Ciil.s' Glee Club (3). 



Alice Lockhart Chilton, B.S. 

K A 
JACKSOX, MISS. 



EuLA Mae Weems, B.S. 

SU\, MISS. 

-llud.nt Assistant in CliemistrN' (4); Secretar- 
biers' Club. 



:?8 






►ceior 



Clas:" 



>s 



Henry Grady Flowers, B.S. 

II K A 
s.vin iiiiAii:, MISS. 

nns.ball (1. 2, ?.); Husiii.ss M:iik!K('1- '■Hobas 
f'at.'lla rlul>; I'aii-llrlli.|iir (■..uii.il. 



Martha Thompson, A.B. 

<!> .M 
JACKSON', MISS. 



Elizabeth Harrell, A.B. 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 



L'DoRA Lewis, B.A. 



Thelma Roberts, A.B. 

IIArriKSBLRG, MISS. 

ilii'an l.il.rai-y Society; Y. W. f. .\.; Glee Club 
■I'. tar> Woman's As.sociation (4); Cap and 
Ci.iwn Committee (4). 



Melvin Rowarth Reed, B.S. 

JACKSON, MISS. 




i/ 



\ i 




Seeior Class 



Mary Heald, A.B. 

<1. M 
JACKSON", MISS. 

Assistant in Eilucation; Gli^e Cliili; '■Bohashela" Staff; 

Pliiln.natliean I^itcrary Society; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; 

Pan-Hellenic Council. 



Merrill Odom Hines, B.S. 

JACKSOX, MISS. 
Assistant in Biology. 



Hubert Vickery, B.S. 

II K A 

VICKSBURG, MISS. 

Glee Club (1, 2. 3, 4); Prosident Glee Club (4). 



Elizabeth Sutton, B.S. 

JACKSOV, MISS. 



Fred Alma Hutchinson, B.S. 

A 7, 
JACKSOX, MISS. 

Basketliall (1. 2, S, 4); Giiis' Glee Club: Philomatheaii 
Literary Society; Assistant in History. 



Mary Agnes Dobyns, A.B. 

JACKSON, MISS. 



40 



F'-'ii^S^ 




^ ^ 






<:n ^^ 



^ %^ 




Calvin Hull President 

Walter Permenter Vice-President 




<U'Z-:. 



W' 



I 




Junior Class 



Wai.thr R. Bivixs 

MHRIIJIAN', MISS. 



Kraxklix Williams 

I'i Kai)|)a Alpha 
IXVF-RNESS, MISS. 



F. MuXSTERiMAN 
MOKTON', MISS. 



Hhlex Furlow 

Kaj.pa Delta 
JACKSON', MISS. 



Charlls Strait 

I'i Kai.pa All. ha 
Mi;\nEXllAI,L, MISS. 



J. C. Jones 

Pi Kaiipa Aliiha 
XORRIS, MISS. 



Theresa McDill 

Kappa Drlta 
JACKSON, MISS. 

S. J. Ruff 

ACKERMAN, MISS. 

Variiamax L. Owex 

KAVETTE, MISS. 

Leoxaro Stonestreet 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
JACKSON', MISS. 



Jueior Class 



Pllll.l.ll' Kol.H 

K ;i Smiii;i 

JACKSON', MISS. 



Marcu i:riti; I)i:ti:ri.v 

JACKSON", MISS. 



LORFNM' FOSTKR 

Kappa Dilla 
JACKSON, MISS. 



Li CY Ml Ri'in Malico 

I'lii Mu 
JACKSON, MISS. 



IMathhrs Armstrong 

GKEEXWOOI), MISS. 



Louise Lucas 

Beta Sigma Omi. ron 
MOOREIIEAI), MISS. 



W. L. RiGHV 

JACKSON, MISS. 



John AVheeliss 

Sigma Rho Chi 
PORT GIBSON, MISS. 



J. H. NoRLiN, Jr. 

Pi Kappa Alplia 
PELEHATCHIE, .MISS. 



H. G. Warren 

BENTON, MISS. 




i I 




Jiaeior Class 



Helen Gibson 

Kappa Delta 
NEW HEBRON", MISS. 

Sarah King 

Kappa Delta 
JACKSON", MISS. 

Lee Travis 

Theta Kai)pa .Vu 
CANTON, MISS. 

Cri iSE Stark 

PHILADELPHIA, MISS. 

Kenneth Wills 

Kappa Sigma 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Li ciEN Ferris 

Kappa Alpha 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Clinton Walker 

Sigma Kh.i I'hi 
LUCEDALE, MISS. 

T. A. Gilbert 

Kappa Sisina 
MERIDIAN, MISS. 

Bettie IUrhman 

Kappa Delta 
TUPELO, MISS. 

Mildred Clark 

Beta Sigma Omieron 
JACKSON, MISS. 



44 



■.'^-k'Jii.K- V^b'' 



^1%^^^^::^^ 



')T7 ^7^./v,r.A. 



Jiaeior Class 



John Patterson 

Thrta K;\|i|i;( Nil 
EBENICZFiR, MISS. 



Edward Km \^ at 

Sigma Hhci riii 
BILOXI, MISS. 

Calvin Hull 

Pi Kappa .Alj)ha 
QUITMAN, MISS. 

Rose Fulghuai Wells 

Kappa n.lta 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Howard K. Williford 

MCCOMB, MISS. 

]Mar\- Wacaster 

Delta Zeta 
JACKSON, MISS. 

D. V. Herlong 

Pi Kapjiia Alpha 
HERMANVILLE, MISS. 

Jeanelle Wasson 

Beta Sigma Omieron 
MOOREHEAD, MISS. 

IVIary Louise Dickson 

Beta Sigma Omieron 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Rill Jacobs 

Theta Kappa Nu 
JACKSON, MISS. 




♦5 



i 




Jmnior Class 



Florence Coker 

Plli JIu 

JACKSON, MISS. 



\V.\ LT E R P E R A 1 V. X T I- R 

KaiM'a .Si,:;iiia 
TUTWILER, MISS. 



WlLMAAI ErVIX 
TlictH Kapiia Xu 
I\VFR\ESS, MISS. 



Clai HE Passo 

MOBILE, ALA. 



Mi;Ri:iiriH C)\\ exs 

IMii JIu 
JACKSOV, MISS. 



VlRGIXIA Yol XGRLOOn 

Kapi.a Helta 
BRnOKMAVEN", MISS. 



Danid DriiARi) 

Thria Kappa Nu 
DUnARD, MISS. 



He I. EX R IP LEV 

Kappa lulla 
BROOKIIAVEV, MISS. 



LIA 1?. I-OLKHART 
JACKSON, MISS. 



46 




(^/X 







lass omcers 

L. B. Jones President 

Stokes V. Robertson Vice-President 

Mary Woodliff . . . Secretary and Treasurer 



'J%? 




ywK^ 



he 19^1 '"^^nha 



I 11 




Sophomore Class 

Mary Woodliff 

Phi Mu 

jackson, miss. 
Rudolph Bradshaw 

pi Kappa Alpha 
JACKSON, MISS. 

William E. Hester, Jr. 

Kappa Sigma 
HAZLEHURST, MISS. 

WixxiFREi) Green 

I'hi Mu 
JACKSON, MISS. 

N. U. BooxE 

CHUNKF.Y, MISS. 

Ernest McLaurin 

Kappa Sigma 
MERIDIAN, MISS. 

Newell Brlner 

VAIDEN, MISS. 

Frank Schlosser 

CANTON, MISS. 

Allen Lindsay 

PELEHATCHIE, MISS. 

Harry Hardin 

Pi Kappa Alplia 
JACKSON, MISS. 

P. H. Kim 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Roy Bailey 

Kappa Alpha 
JACKSON, MISS. 

RUSSEL LONGGREAR 

Sigma Rhi' rhi 
HAZLEHURST, MISS. 

Arthur L. Cross 

Pi Kai>pa Alpha 
FOREST, MISS. 



c/i.-/,, 



I B 



Sophomore Class 

Evelyn Myers 

Delta ZrUi 
MORTON, MISS. 

Walter C.ami'Beij, 

Ti_-r\\ii.i:K, MISS. 

Sarah Wilson 

Delta Zi'ta 
JACKSON, MISS. 

R A HI AN Lane 

Thi'ta Kapiia Nu 
KAI.KICIl, .MISS. 

Lois Toler 

Kappa Altpha 
CROVVI.KV, LA. 

Catherine Jacobs 

Beta Sigma oniicron 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Alexander Haines 

JACKSON, MISS. 

J. T. ViCKERS 

"Theta Kappa Nu 
MOOREHEAI), MISS. 

JOSIE lUsH 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Cecil Heidelberg 

Kappa Sigma 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Lewis Alford 

Sigma Rhi) flii 

hazlehurst, miss. 
Catherine Herbert 

Phi Mu 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Elton Toler 

Theta Kappa Nu 
INVERNESS, MISS. 

Paul Griffith 

Kappa Alpha 
WAYNESBORO, MISS. 







Thr 1931 '■Bobdsl- 




Sophomore Class 

Douglas Banks 

Delta Zeta 
JACKSON", MISS. 

T. F. Neblett 

Theta Kappa Xu 
KOSCIUSKO, MISS. 

JoHX Ca:\ipbell 

Sigma Rho Chi 
MERIDIAN, MISS. 

Joseph Wilson 

Kai>pa Alpha 
HOLLANDALE, MISS. 

James W. Dees 

Kappa Signi.a 
HAZLEIIURST, MISS. 

Gresham Carter 

Kappa Alpha 
HATTIESBURG, MISS. 

David Key 

Kappa Alpha 
JACKSOX, MISS. 

C. V. Sahth 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
PlIIl,Al)i:i,PIHA, MISS. 

L. B. Jones 

Thc'ta Kappa Nu 
JACKSON", MISS. 

ClAI HE YaRHROI CH 

ri Kai.pa Ali.lia 
TVLERTOWX, MISS. 

R()1!i;rt p. Vincent 

JACKSON, MISS. 

LlTHER Cl RRIE 

Kappa Alpha 
RAI.EIGH, MISS. 

Iack Ki.owirs 

Si^liia Kh.. c-hi 
LAUREL, MISS. 

W. G. COURSEV 

Theta Kappa Xu 
DECATUR, MISS. 



SO 



Sophomore Class 



Eari- Manna 

Tlu-ta Kappa Nu 
JACKSON, MISS. 

EmAIA Sl.ALGHTIiR 

JACKSON, MISS. 

JiMMiE Wai.ki;r 

Pi Kappa A1|iIki 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Al.RITRT Coi-MXS 

lORKSr, MISS. 

Stokfs V. R()ki;rt.son 

Kai>|)a AlplKi 
JACKSON, MISS. 

H. T. Newell 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

jackson, miss. 
Howard C. C^verstreet 

Theta Kappa Nu 

hattiesburg, miss. 
John 1^. Howell 

Kajipa Sisma 

canton, miss. 
Alton Barnett 

Pi Kaj.pa Alplia 
SUMMIT, MISS. 

James G. Guess 

Pi Kappa Alph.a 
JACKSON, MISS. 

John Enochs 

Kajipa Alpha 
JACKSON, MISS. 

AViLMA Ricm' 

JACKSON, MISS. 

W. R. Lowe 

Kappa Sigma 
MOSS POINT, MISS. 

Marvin Ricgs 

JACKSON, MISS. 




Build thee more stately mansions, O my soul, 
As the swift seasons roll; 
Leave thy low-vaulted past; 
Let each new temple, nobler than the last, 
Shut thee from heaven with a dome more vast. 

Till thou at last art free, 
Leavmg thine outgrown shell by life's unresting 
sea. 

Holmes 



/^^?. 



(^<r 



A 



IZ^O&£> 






r 

•^ .^ -«c 







I^cooc 



■^^m) 



Class Officers 

J. B. Clements President 

Norman Bradley Vice-President 

Frances Gates .... Secretary and Treasurer 



(i: 



■■^ 






WW) 



3 



'V 



JL A 




Freshmae Class 

Maude McLean .... Jackson, Miss. 

Berry Ivy Meridian, Miss. 

Thomas Ross .... Pelehatchie, Miss. 

W. V. Atkins Artesia, Miss. 

Jonas Jones Belzoni, Miss. 

Ariiiur Rogers . . . New Albany, Miss. 
Hubert Byrd .... Lumberton, Miss. 
Baldwyn Shelion . . . Lambert, Miss. 
Sam Lackey . ..... Forest, Miss. 

J. T. Spivey Canton, Miss. 

D. Burke Ruleville, Miss. 

Garland Holloman . . Itta Bena, Miss. 
Mary Gillespie .... Raymnnd, Mi-s. 

Alonzo Cooper Forest, Miss. 

Holmes Cook .... Greenville, Miss. 

DoKoriiY Dean Jackson, Miss. 

Jane Bland Jackson, Miss. 

John Kimrai.l .... Kilniichal, Miss. 
Eugene Brisier .... Itta Bena. Miss. 
Mary Virginia Wells . . Jackson, Miss. 
Julia DeLoach . . • . ■ Jackson, Miss. 

Sybil Weaver Jackson, Miss. 

Edgar McCleave .... Jackson, Miss. 



)^7 ^' 



Freshimae Class 

CnAM)i.i;R I.KCcrnT . . . jnckMiii, Miss. 
Crawford Dknnis .... 'IVn-y, Miss. 

jAMiis Moore Itta Bfiia, Miss. 

IIORACi; Davisson . . . Riiievillc, Miss. 
Bl.AN'iON DvE .... Claiksdale, Miss. 
M. S. Rranii.kv . . . Kilmiflial, Miss. 

IlARRv Bakhr Itta Bella, Miss. 

Joi; HlXRS Culfpnrt, Miss. 

Sara Hedei.burg .... Jac-i<son, Miss. 
Dan Heidelburg . . Mattiesbui}:;, Miss. 
Jack Bridges ...... Belznni, Miss. 

Tom Goodwin Jackson, Miss. 

William Tremaine . . . Jackson, Miss. 
John Lamar Smith . . Magnolia, Miss. 

Joe Stone Fajettevilie, Tenn. 

Elizabeth Warren . . . Jackson, Miss. 
Alva D. Alsburv .... Durant, Miss. 
Theron Lemi.ev .... Jackson, Miss. 

Ed Hardin Macon, Miss. 

Ann Plii.len Jackson, Miss. 

Gilbert Oliver .... Decatur, Miss. 

W. A. Boone Pontotoc, Miss. 

Franklin Heard . . . Itta Bena, Miss. 





li 



9^j 













'^ y r^ 




56 



Fresjhman 


Class 




Mac Childress . . . 


. . Flora, Miss. 




Jack Ford 


. Jackson, Miss. 




Catherine Jones . . 


• Jackson, Miss. 




J. A. TvsoN- .... 


Shuquclak, Miss. 




Wai.tox Backstro.m . 


. Leaksville, Miss. 




J. B. Clements . . . 


. . Durant, Miss. 




Frank Tinsley . . . 


. . Macon, Miss. 




Connie Hozendorf . . 


Mendenhall, Miss. 




Norman Bradley . . 


. . Canton, Miss. 




Harriet Carothers . 


. Jackson, Miss. 




Fredrian Crises . . . 


. Tutwiler, Miss. 




Fred Cribbs .... 


. Tutwiler, Miss. 




Francis Allred . . . 


. Jackson, Miss. 




Daniel E. Foose . . 


. . Tchiila, Miss. 




Beverly Briscoe . . 


. Jackscn, Miss. 




R. F. KlSNAlRD . . . 


. . Jackson, Miss. 




ROBERl HnuGH . . . 


. . Jackson, Miss. 




John Chambers . . 


. Jackson, Miss. 




Frances Gates . . . 


. . Jackson, Miss. 




Gordon Grantham . . 


. . Terry, Miss. 




Joe R. ^^'ADESVVORTH . 


. . Forest, Miss. 




J. N. HiNSON .... 


. Nettletoii, Miss. 




PUGM LiGHTCAP . 


. Jackson, Miss. 





I ^^.{A^^::^^!^ 



vu . 





"Activities 




r 




THE 1931 BOBASBELA 




Student Executive Board 

W. Norton Miller rnsidml Siud,nl Body 

Lealox Martin- Editor t'urplr and If/iite 

Robert E. Tatum Prrsidcnl Y. M. C. .1. 

Ruth Ridgwav Y. If. C. .1. 

Malcolm Gai.breaih Prrsidiiii lUind 

Mary Hkald ...... Pnsidnit Girls' Pan-ll rllniic 

Clayton Maynor Prrsidntl ",1/" Club 

Rose Wells Girls' GLr Cliih 

Floyd Looney Lilrmry Sodctics 

J. B. Patrick Editor liohashcla 



59 







,J^ '''^;. „ 'J •^,_, THE 1931 BOBASHELA 

f^ O a C} 

- ^ PI .^ 

^ f^ ^ .O 

Y, M. C, A, Calbieet . 

Officers, 1930-31 

Robert E. Tatum Presidti 

Martell TwncHEi.L ricc-Pii's'iAiut 

Howard Lewis Sicrriary-Tirasurrr 

Dr. J. M. Sui.LiVAx Faculty .Li-i'lsif 

Cabinet 

Progi-am Extension J'cspcr Scrvuc Alitsic 

F. L. LooNEV R. P. NEnLEiT \\'. N. Mii.i er jj l_ \'ickerv 

J. H. HowEi.i, D. Dlbaki) Pail (iRiFi-nn j _ y Aleord 

T. A. C'lU.nERi', Jr. Jack Flowers 

Freshman J for I- ^'"'''"^-' Chnrrh Work PubUnty 

n/t /^.. E. McLaurix 1 ,, I ,^ 

M. Galiiri.aih I.lom) IIarihn loux Calholx 

T. Neblett '^^ "■ ^■'"^■'- V. I.. Owen 

60 





i 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Gordon, Wells, Heald, Ridgwav 

Wacastkr, Banks, Burnham, Clark 

SiMPSOK, K\ox, KixG, Campbell 

Y. W, C, A,. Cabinet 

Officers 

Marv Heald . . . . • PrrsiJrnt 

Ruth Ridgvvay J'itc-Prcsid, nt 

Katlviae Campbell Sccrctary-Tn-asurtr 

Committee Chairmen- 

Mary Wacaster Social Scrincr 

Douglas Banks Program 

Mary ^'ELMA Slvipson Music 

Rose Wells lI'orld-Fclloi^-sliif 

Sara King "Y" Ilui 

Trella Mae Bur\il\m Finance 

Elizabeth Knox Social 

Lemma Gordon Publicity 

Elma Clark Reporter 

6i 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




1 "^^ 

J. B. Patrick, Jr., Editor 11. G. Flowers, Busimss Manager 

Tlie 1931 Bobasliela 

Walter R. Bivins . . . Ad-vrrtisimj Editor T. Neblett Organizations 

Floyd Looxey Classrs Ruth Ridgway Features 

Norton" Miller Ithletics Jon\ Calhoux Photographs 

Mary Heald Co-Ed Editor 










V 




63 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 





The Purple aed Wliite 

Lealov Martin Editor 

Flovd Loonev Btuim-ss MarHUjcr 

Staff 

Herbert Gillis Feature Editor Katiir^ v Herbert The Co-Ed 

H. T. Newell, Jr. .... • Neius Editor Rl rii Riik:\vav Society 

Russell Longgrear Sports Editor Harold Davis Frosli Diary 

Raymond McGinnis The Ed Slaier McEaliiern .... Locals Editor 

Lane, J. Campbell, Paitox, Graves, McDowall 
Feature Assistants 
Pvles, Bradley, Dye Paul Grifeith 

Ncivs Assistants Cimilation Manager 

63 








THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



G^llo^H^<ay Literary Society 



Ni:\m;i,l Hki. \i:k 
M. S. ]^RA\ii.i:\ 
Li-siKK Barn FIT 
W'altkr Backs ikom 
Joiix C\\Mi>[',i:i,i. 
Albert Collins 
Spurgeon Bl:cki:ley 

TlinMAS C'ARRl III 

James Finch 
Paul Griffiiii 



PlIII, CiRICF 

Connie Hozendokf 
Robert Holch 
John Hovvei.l 
1.. R. Shumaker 
Berry Ivy 
Rabian Lane 
Floyd Loone^ 
Alton Massey 
Norton Miller 



\'ARnAMAN' Owen 
J. B. Patrick 
Bailiss Shanks 

II. K. \\'lLI.IFORn 

N. V. Boone 
B. Y. Ruff 
S. J. Ruff 
Basil Moore 
\'all Mangum 
Franklin \^'ILLIAMS 



64 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



<MiiHiiiii;ii 




Patrick, Ruff, Mii.i.hr 

OvvEK, Ruff, Collins, CjRiffith, Williams 

WiLLiFORD, Lane, Boone, Bruner, Hozendorf 

Wadsvvorth, Baxtrum, Hough, Brantlev 



65 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Lamar Litierary Society 



Cal Hull 

Claude Yarborough 
Jimmy Walker 
Baldwin Shelton 
Fred Cribbs 
Ferd Cribbs 
R. Lemly 
Lloyd IIardix 
Dan Williams 
Norman Bradley 
Lealon Martin 



Russell Longckear 
Slater McEachern 
Mac Childress 
Bynum Rees 
Ed Hardin 
Vaughn Watkins 
Joe Wilson 
Stokes Roberison 
Floyd Odom 
T. F. Neblett 
^^'AI.^l:R BiviNS 



Bill Atkins 
Tremaine 

n. D. GlLLIS 

J. T. Spivey 
Joe Wadsworth 
Dale Asbury 
Holmes Cook 
Bi. ANTON Dye 
Carter 

Howard Lewis 
David Dub are 



66 








Hardin, Gillis, Bivins 

IIuLi., Lewis, Walker, Dubard, Robinson" 

Yarbrough, Neblett, Carter, Childress, Bradley 

Wilson', Cribbs, Cribbs, Cook, Shelton" 

DvE, Spivv, Atkins, Tremaine, Alsbl ry 



67 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Girls^ (Glee Club 



ROSK FUI.CLWI ^^'HI.LS 

Bkitv Blhrman' . . .S', 
Katimae Campbei.i. . 



.... PnsiJrilt 
(iitary and Trrasiirri 
. Hiisin.ss Maiuu/n 
Mary \'elva Si.mpsox 



Laura Lightcap . . . 
Louise Lucas .... 
Miss Magn-olia Simfsox 
. . . . . Pianist 



Piihlidly A (/nil 

■ Librarian 

. . . Dirnlor 



Rose Wells 
Ruth Ridgwav 

Sar.mi Smith 



Mary \'irgi\ta Wells 
Douglas Banks 
Jeanelle Wasson 



Thelma Roberts 
Katherlve Jacobs 



Members 

birst Soprti/io 
Louise Elliott 
Frances King 
Sara King 
Louise Dickson" 

St <o/!i/ Soprtuio 

Allie Belle Corley' 
Katimae Campbell 
Elizabeth Harrell 
Julia DeLoach 

Alto 

Louise Lucas 
Edith Alexander 



Marina Ale.xavder 
Helen Ripley 

^'irginia youngblood 



Helen Gibson 
Elizabeth Dear 
Nell Gillaspy 



Helen Firlow 
Betty IUrhman 



6i 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




- -'— "*" "iiTnbniiTna 




'jQn'§> Glee Clulb 



Dr. a. p. Hamilton; 
Hubert \'ickkrv . 



T. Neblett 
Troy Cott en- 
graves MCDOWALL 



Rudolph BRAns?LAVv 
Paul GRiKFrin 
Jack Flowkrs 



Officers 

. . . . Director Dantd Duhard . . 

. . . . Pri-sidrnI John" C"ai houn . 

Miss Macnolia Simpson" . . .1 cionipniiisl 

Members 
First Tenor 

Martell Twitchell 
Mathis Armstrong 
Claude Bruton' 

Second Tenor 
Louis Alford 
Russell Loxgrear 
JOHx Cresop 
Luther Benneit 



Business Mdiuiyer 
■ l.ilirarian 



Wai.ier Campbell 
John Campbell 



HunERL \'ICKERV 

John Calhoun 



First Bass 
Marion Brantley 
Louis Shelton 

Second Bass 
Davii) T')unARD 
Ll iiwiG Griffith 



Buck Turn'er 
Philip Grice 
(nuN L. Smith 



Emelio Romano 
William Atkins 
Arihur Rogers 



Rorkrt Kinnaird 
tioRDON Rogers 



PUGH LiGHTCAP 

W. E. Hester 



69 







THE 1931 BOBASHELA 






AIiss Trhi.I.a Mak I5i RXHAAi, Senior in Piano 

\\'lien tlie maiden touclu-ii the ^tri^Ks "An angel heard and straight appeared mistaken earth 

for heaven." 



70 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 







OiriERLv, Wells, Roberts, Ridgway, Simpson 
BuKXHAM, Gordon, Myers, Wells, Jones, Slaughter 



Beetliovem Cluilb 

Mrs. J. I.. Rnr.ERis, Sponsor 

Lemma (InRiinv Prcsidint 

MAR-i' \'hi,ea Slvipsox First I'ici-I'risidrnt 

Emma Maude Slauchter Srinnd J'ut-Prcsidcnl 

Margurite Deterly Third I'ici-l'risidrnl 

Ruth RidgwAY Rrcordiiu/ Snrctary 

Trella Mae Burnilam . I'uIiUdly C.liniriniui and Ripurtcr to P. and II' . 

Evelyn Mvkrs Chairman Lripsir (^irdr 

Mary Virginia Wells Tnasurcr 



MlCMHRRS 



Catherine Lampkin 
Rose Wells 
Magnolia Simpson 
Mii.DKEi) Cagle 
Virginia Vance 
Olive Randolph 



Cathkrinh Jones 
Claude Bruton 
Mathis Armstrong 
Mrs. Clenn Rall 
Mrs. Dudley Phelps 
Mrs. J. I. Hasty 



7« 




THE 1931 BOJBASHELA 



Philomatlieaii Li 

Thei.ma Rohhrts Presii/oit 

Nell (iILLasi'V Virc-Fitsulent 

Rose Wells Secretary 

Ruth Ridgwav Treasurer 

Members 

Douglas Banks Mar\ Wacaster 

Katlalae Cami'hell Lucille Little 

Mary Heald Wilna Rigbv 

Frances King Mar\- Velva Simpson 
Sara King 



73 




THE 1931 BOBA8HELA 




F. King, S. King, Rorkris, Ridgwav 

Gii.i.ASPV, W'lni.s, Simpson. ^^^\c\s^^;R 

RiGP,^, l")i AR, Campbell, Hanks 



73 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




^1 






^/ 



Calhoun, Tatum, Lewis, Flowfrs 
Bradley, Wills, Maynor, Hull 



Mee^s Pae^Heliemic Council 

Representatives 

Kappa Sigma 
Robert Tatum Kenneth Wills 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
H. G. Flowers Calvin Hull 

Thita Kappa Nil 
J. H. Lewis I')avh) Hubard 

Kappa Alpha 
John Calhoun Kenneth Bradley 



74 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



nmnjAi 



( siH|iiteiiiiiii» niiiuteiiiiiigiiTTiKiiiMir.iiiniMiim MiiiiMiiiiii^iiilliyiilllliiiiMiliiaiiiiiiii„iimiisniiiitelliiiiia iiBiiiiiitelliillteiiiTT^; 





Herbert, Wilson, Foster, Clark 

\^'ACASTER, McDiLL, RiDGWAV, IIkALD 



Womee's Pae^Hellemic Cowecil 

Ri:i'Ri:.SEXTATIVES 

Kappa Delta 
LoRENE Foster Theresa McDill 

Phi Mil 



Catherlne Herbert 



Marv Heald 



Beta Sigma 0/iiirron 
MiLHRED Clark Ruth Ridgwav 

Delta Zeta 
Sarah Wilson Marv Wacaster 



7S 



w 



=-— -^-'vO-^'-l^' 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 





Kf.i.ia, Lnn\n, Si w, Armsirovg, Collins 
Kim, Boonf, Hi\son, BR\MIl•^. Hozf.ndorf 

Ministerial League 

Ofi-icers 

J. D. Slav Presidnil 

\\. 11. McRainkv rhr-rnsidnit 

Marikll TwiTCiiKLi Sicirliiry and Trcasiirrr 

P. H. Kim Reporter 

AIe.mhers 

AuDiE Bishop Marshall Lane 

N. r. Boone Floyd Loonev 

Luther Bennett Julius McRainey 

Samuel Brantley Basil Moore 

Albert Collins Lkroy Shi .\l\ker 

Thomas Carruiti J. W. LLr:(";KTT 

Philip Grice Connie Hozendorf 

Noll Hinson E. A. Kelly 

Roy Lane Maihis Armstrong 



76 



L 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Catella Clwb 

(I ntci -Fralcniily (Joiiini/ ) 

rounded I. m ally at Millsaps Colli </r in loJii 
Ri-ori/anizcd in IQJO 



Colors: Red, \\'hite and Ciold 



J. H. Lewis 



R. E. Tatum 



J. C. Calhoun- 



H. G. Flowers 



RkI'RESEXTATIVES 

llutd Kdppd Xit 
D. y. DurtARi) 

Kappa Siffina 

\y. N. MlLLIR 

Kappa Alpha 
LiciEx Ferris 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Calvis Hill 



FUnirr: Red R..>e 



R. C. Mavnor 



Kenneth ^^'ILLS 



Kenneth Bradley 



Edwin Bell 



77 




THE 1931 BOJBASHELA 




Dk. J. M. Sullivan, Chief Rambler 

Ofi-icers 

Kenvon Hill President 

Norton Miller t'ice-President 

EuLA Mae Weems Secretary and Treasurer 

Members 

Bkttv Buhrman David Dlbard 

Bessie Allred Luther Curkie 

Benjiman S. Harrell V. L. Owen 

O. L. Hardin E. A. Kelly 
Nell Gillaspv 



78 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 








Officers 

Professor J. G. Leonard Director 

Malcolm Galbreatii President 

Floyd Loonev Rusiness Maiuujer 



A. E. Barnett 
Hal Dale 
George Murphv 
M. E. Armstrong 
Gordon Grantham 
Frank Heaud 
T. Neblett 
Crawford Denms 
Dan Willlams 



MEiMBERS 

Frank Schlosser 
John Sutton 
Edgar McCleave 
C. A'aughn 
David Dubard 
S. E. McEachern 
Carl Welch 
Ed Hardin 
(Gilbert Oliver 



Claude Bruton 
James Guess 
Fred Lamb 
T. A. Gilbert 
John Chambers 
Stokes Robinson 
Dan Heidelburg 
Bill Weems 
Robert E. Tatum 



;?^:|ffhS^^-r^, 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Millsaps Collegians 

Alton Barxftt, Din ( lor 

Carl Wflch Saxnf^honr 

El) Hardiv Saxoplionr 

Frhi) Lamb Snxop/ionr 

W'lLLIK SUTLON Tiunipi! 

JoiiNMK SuTlON Drums 

Pal L RoRERTsnx I'iann 

CiiARLiK Cramp Banjo 

Jack; Rincix Hass 

Piin,ii> Crick I'iolhi 

II. Davisson Trombone 

J. T. Spivev Banjo 

Russell Jo-VEs Drums 

Alton Barxeii- Saxophonr 



So 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 







Wo]m.ae^s Associsition 

Ruth RionwAv PrrsiJriii 

I.I-MMA (lOKDOX ' iir-PnnJinl 

TiiKi.MA Roberts Si-tiiiaiy 

Sara King Trnisurer 

Elizari 111 (lARREi.r ,SV;(/(;/ Cluuiman 

Mary \\'acasier Prni/rain Cluiirman 



8i 



'I « 



In words, as hi jasJnons, the same rule will hold, 
qA light fantastic, if too new or old: 
'^e not the first by whom the new are tried, 
ISljor yet the last to lay the old aside. 



— Pope. 




1 '^f 



Fraternities 



'\"^-b 




Tr. 



I I 




THE 1931 BOBASHJELA 



When Qreek SVleets Qreek 
i 

When Greek meets Greek, no matter where or when, 
They forge a chain, the fellowship of men — 
Too strong or true for word of tongue or pen; 
Knowing that each has been a chosen man, 
Knowing that each is a scion of a clan, 
Though each has worshipped at an alien shrine, 
Back in the dear old days of Auld Lang Syne. 

When Greek meets Greek, it is no matter where 
The stranger comes from, we are welcome there — 
Although our badge be cross, or shield, or square. 
For hearts beat ever high and handclasps true, 
Though Sigma Chi be he, or Sigma Nu, 
Phi Delt, Phi Gam, or Deke, 

And college dreams that bless ar-id sometimes burn. 
Like half-forgotten memories return. 
When Greek meets Greek. 



8S 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Fnundefl at W'ashiniitnii and I,ee rniver^ity in 1865 



Colors: Crimson and Cnild 



Floivcrs: Magnolia and Red Rose 



Pul/li(ations: "Kappa Alpha Journal" 



Alpha Mu Chapter 



J. Reese Li\ 



FrATRHS IX FaCL LTATR 

A. p. Hamii.iov 



M. C. Whme 



Reynolds S. Chen'ev 



FrATRES IX C(M,I.EGI() 

Class of IQJI 

Garxer W. (jREEN 



Keweth Bradley 



John: Calhoun 



Class of IQJ2 
Lucien Ferris 



David Key 



Luther Currie 
Roy Bailey 
Paul Griffith 



William Tremaine 
Ed Hardin 
Jack Ford 
Gordon (iRantham 



Class of 1933 

Lewis Toler 
Gresham Carter 



Class of 1934 

John Chambers 
Norman Bradley 
Arthur Rogers 
Chandler Leggett 



Joseph Wilson 
John Enochs 
Stokes V. Robertson 



Hubert Byrd 
J. T. Spivey 
Crawford Dennis 
Mac Childress 



86 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 







Calhoun, Cheney, Green, Bradley, Ferris 

Key, Currie, Bailey, Toler, Carter 

Wilson, Enochs, Robertson, Griffith, Tremaine, Hardin 

Ford, Grantham, Chambers, Bradley, Rogers 

Leggett, Byrd, Spivy, Dennis, Childress 



87 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Kappa Sigmria 

Founded at tht- I'liiversity of Bologna in 1400 
Founded at the L niversit\- of Virginia in 1867 



Colors: Srarlet, White, Emerald Floicpr: Lily-of-the-\'alley 

I'liblicaiions: "The Caduceus" and "The Star and Crescent" 

Alpha Upsilon Chapter 



G. L. Harrell 



Fratres in Facultate 
B. O. Van Hook 



y. B. Hathorn 



Robert Tailm 
Norton- Miller 



Fratres in Collegio 
Class of igji 

Malcolm Galbreatii 
Bf-njimav Harrell 



Charles Whatley 
WiLLLAM Ferris 



Kenneth Wills 
Phillip Kolb 



John B. Howell 

Ernest McLaurin 
W. R. Lowe 



Fred Cox 
Garlano Holloman 

W. P. LiCHICAP 

Dan Heidelberg 



Class of i()32 
T. a. Gilbert 

Class of I (J S3 

C. Moore 

W. E. Hester, Jr. 

Class of igj4 
Eugene Brister 

\^'. VamA AlKINS 

ChLBERT Oliver 



Claude Passo 

^^^ALTER PeRMENTER 



James W. Dees 
James B. Davis 
Cecil Heidelberg 



James Morrison 
Franklin Heard 
John O. Cresop 
Charles Gallawav 




gs 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



n\ pri r^ c, . 
^- C^ 









> 







Tatum, Miller, Galbreath, Harrell 

Whatley, Ferris, Wills, Kolb, Gilbert 

Passo, Permenter, Howell, McLaurin, Lowe 

Hester, Dees, C. Heidelberg, Holloman, Lightcap 

D. Hkidklberg, Brister, Atkins, Oliver, Heard 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Pi Kappa Alpha 

Fouiuled ;it tlif I niversity nf \'irgiiiia in 1869 



Colors: Garnet and Gold Floii-er: Lily-of-the-\'alley 

Piiliiuatuin: "Shiild and niamcmd" 

Alpha Iota Chapter 



r"RATRHS IX COLLEGIO 



(yhiss of KJJI 



Edwin" 1>i:i.i. 

HUBKKI 1.. N'iCKKR'l' 



II. G. Flowers 
Paul Robj^rtson 



Calvin H. Hlll 

Franklin Williams 

*'ChARLF.S S'I'RAIT 



Claude Vakborough 
H. T. Newell 
*Harrv Hardin 



Blanton Dye 
Joe Wadsworth 
Davle Aulsbury 

*W. Holmes Cook 

*JOE Stone 



Class of 1932 

^Leonard Sionestreet 
1). V. Heri.ong 



Class of 1933 

'Arther Cross 
James \\'alkkr 



(Uass of 1934 

'Daniel Foose 

*TiioMAs Ross 
J. H. Clements 
Richard Rinnaird 



J. H. Noblin 

*CoMMiLL Smith 
■J. C. Jones 



Rudolph Bradshaw 
*Alton Barneit 
*James G. Guess 



Walter Boone 

John Pierce 
■*Edgar McCleave 
*B. Shelton 

*CLEMENr \'aUGHN 



\ 



c^\ /J f 



90 




THE 1931 








ti 4^# m 

o r! ^ !!!>. (^-ip. 








Bell, Vickerv, Robertson, Flowers 
Jones, Strait, Hull, \Villl\ms, Herlong, Stonestreet 

Ndblin, Smith, Barneti, Cross, Newell, Guess 

Hardin, Walker, Yarbrough, Bradsiiaw, Boone, Dve 

McCleave, Clements, Ross, Cook, Foose, Kinnaird 

Wadsv\orth, Stone, Alsburv, Shelton 



91 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Tlieta Kappa Nm 

Founded at Drury College in 1924 

Colors: Black, Crims-on and Silver Floiver: White Rose 

Puhlutilion: "Theta News" 



Mississippi Alpha Chapter 



J. H. Lewis 
R. C. Mavnor 
M. H. Hale 



Class of 1931 



J. B. Pairick 

W. P. BOSWELL 

E. D. Miller 



Class of 1932 



d. y. dubard 
L. S. Travis 
F. J. Underwood 
William Jacobs 
*j. t. \'ickers 



\\'alter Bivins 
William Ervin 
J. C. Patterson 
W. G. Coursev 
*H. G. Warren 



*Emilio Romano 



Class of 1933 



Stewart Gammill 

L. B. Jones 

T. Nebleit 

O. Earl FIanna 



H. C. Overstreet 
Elton Toler 
Rabian Lane 

George McMlrrv 



Class of 1934 



Dennis Blrke 
*Jack Briik^ks 
*FIarrv Baker 

"*RA'iMOND CoTNER 

FIorace Davisson 
Dace Davis 



Russell Jones 
*EMMEriE Simpson 
*J. W. Turner 
*Alonzo Cooper 

Samuel Lackev, Jr. 

Jonas Jones 



92 




THE 1931 














Lewis, Mavxok, Hale, Patrick, Patterson 

DuBARD, BiviNS, Jacobs, Ervlv, Travis 

A'lCKERS, Jones, Nebi.eit, Toler, Lane 

Overstreet, Hannah, Coursev, Davisson, Baker 

Lackey, Jones, Bridges, Cooper, Burke 




93 







THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




l# 4/ 



^i«ta^r 



Sigma 

Foutuled Locally at Millsaps College in 1930 



Co 


Ion: Scarlet anil 
W. P. Armour 

EXCELL MAPP 


Creair 


Class or 
Trov Cotton 
T. W. R. Pen'xvbaker 


■ 93 1 

H. D. CiiLLis 

John- Wiieeless 


J-'lmi-<r: Red Carnation 
R. J. Hassell 

ROSCOE ^^■ILLIAMS 




EnvvAKD Khayat 






Class of 
T. S. MooN- 

c. w. \y. 


D. A. Livingston" 

LKER 




Lavvsox Rigby 




L. E. Alford 
Russell Longgrear 




Class of 
John- Campbell 
Slater McEacherk 


"933 

Pat Dunaway 

Floyd Odom 




Jack Flowers 
MouzoN Pylant 










Class of 


1934 








Walter 


B 


\CKSTROM 




Joe 


Hi.vDS 



THE 1931 




cJij^ci^^ ]^<:z^^^ 7i^<yaJc /il,i^ix,:^'^^ 






Style InliUiit Popularity 

nil ir'it Inlcllrct That Frrs/iman 

liist Allilct,- Bat Liki-d ProUssor Best Dressed 



95 




Founded at ^^'esleyan CoJlege in 1852 

Colors: Rose and \\'hite Flcvjcr: Rose Carnation 

Publiiiition: "Aglaia" 

Epsilon Chapter 



Class of igji 

Marv Agxks Dobvxs Eliwa Clark 

Lemma Gordok Elizabeth Knox 

Marjha Thompson- 



Class OF 1932 



Mar'i IIeald 

FlOR i:\CE COKER 



LUCV MURPHV Malico 

Mereoith Owex 



WiMiRED Green 



Class of 1933 

KAlinnV llEKliliRT 



i\F\R\- \\'OODL1FF 



Class of 1934 



Charlotte Capers 
MAR^■ Gillespie 
Catherine Jones 



Mai-he McLean- 
Ann PULLEX 

Elizabeth Warren 




96 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Knox, nor.\\s, Clark, Gordon 

Thomp>ox, Heald, Malico, Owens 

Herbert, Woodliff, Coker, Green 

Jones, Gillespie, Pullen, Warren, McLean 



97 







THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



%'li3llhlli|!°l!iHllDinillBhlliilaiii|lhG;,illlll5lllllilBnillfI3irmilalMIHIa l lal llllllBi;i;il[3ll l llltolllnii3liilllcilllilleti:!lllallllil^lliiiSll'iilailirihlllil-J!llllllal 



Kappa Delta 

I'duiiilfil :it \'iry;iiii" Slate Nonnal College in 1S97 



Colors: Olive Green and \\'liite 



Floivcr: Tudor Rose 



I'lil'lu tilioii: "Angelns" 



Mu Chapter 



Class or 1931 

Ei.izABKrn H.\i(i(i;i.i, Anxabki. Rorixson 

Frances Kixn IIii.iin \\'ai.kf;r 

I.ALRA Ll(;illLAl' 



Class of 1932 



Lo:u;\i; Fostf.r 
Saha King 
I1i:i,i:n RirM,i;'i' 
\'iKi:iNiA ^'o^ Ncni.oni) 



TiirKisA McHiLL 
Rnsi: \\'i:i,i.s 
IIi:i,i;\ (iiRSON 
lli:i,i:\ l'"i'Ri,nw 



■l-)i:ri\ lU'RNiiAM 

Class of 1933 
Hlanchf, Horn- 
Class OF 1934 

Franlts CjAii:s M\r\ N'ircinia Wf.i.ls 

l')()R()lll\ Ol'AN JniA PhLoAClI 

Si lUL \\'i;avi:r Harriki IIkidki.bkrg 

■*Sara IIi:n)i;i.BERG 




98 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



mwrniiia 




Harrell, Lightcap, Walker, King 
FuRLOw, Gibson, Youngblood, R. Wells, Foster 

Ripley, Buhrman, McDill, King, Weaver 
DeLoach, Heidelberg, M. Wells, Gates^ Dean 



99 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Beta Si^ma OmicroiJi 



Founded at the L'niversitv of Missouri in li 



Colors: Ruhv and Pink 



Flo^crr: Richmond and Killarney Rose 
I'uhlicalioti: "I'he I'm" 



Alpha Zeta Chapter 

Class ot- 1931 
Ruth Ridgway *Katimae Campbell 

*BURNELLE GiLLASPlE 



Class of 1932 



Mildred Clark 
Leslie Ellis 
Sara Smith 
*Jeanelle Wasson 



Mary \'elma Simpson 

Ruth Ma\"x 
*LouiSE Dickson 
*Louise Lucas 



Class of 1933 
Kathryx Tacoss 





THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




RiDGwAv, Simpson", Smith 

Campbell, Wasson, Gillaspy, Clark 

Dickson, Lucas, Jacobs 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Delta Zeta 

Fouiuiei! at Miami I niversitx in 1902 

Colors: Nile Cjit-eii aiici Killariie\ Ruse 

I'lihin tilioii: "The Lamp" 



Flo=wi'r: Kiiiarncv Rose 



Alpha Omega Chapter 

Class of 193 1 

LmiiA M\i l-ii KMiAM l)iL.\ci:v McMukrv 

Fkkij Alma IlLrciiisov (ii,i:\\A Moore 



Class of 1932 
Douglas Basks NL\i;v Wacasitu 



Class oi- 1933 



I'.vi i.\ \ MshRS Sara \A'ilso.v 

C. Lampkin' 





THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Moore, Burnham, Hutchinson 
McMuRRY, Wavcaster 
Wilson", Banks, Myers 



103 



'''^'■"■^^?sl^ 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 





Malico, McDill 
Wacaster, Walker^ Gordon, Dobvns 



Chi Delta Phi 

(Literary) 

FDundfil at the Univirrsit}- of Tennej-see in 191 9 
Colors: Blue and Gold Publication: "Literatueur" 



Iota Chapter 



Mary Agnes Dobyns 



Lemma Gordon 
Lucy M. Malico 
Mary Wacaster 



'I'llKRESA McDiLL 

Annabel Robinson 
Helen Walker 



104 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Moore, Cheney, Martix, Hill 

Miller, Khavat, Patton, Wacaster 

Harrell, Clark, CJordov 



Reynolds Cheney 
Elma Clark 
Lemma Gordon 
Edward Khayat 



EtcS Sigma 

fSrlio/iirsliip) 

Faculty iVI embers 
Ross H. Moore 

Stl DEXT Members 
Elizabeth Harrell 
Lealon Martin 
Norton Miller 



Gordon Patton 
Mary Wacaster 
Annabel Robinson 
Kenyon Hill 



105 






THE 1931 BOBASHELA 





.^K S ilP^ «*• 



2 - 

O f> O ^ 




Colors 



Blue and While 



Omicroe Delta Kappa 

(Sltideut Leadership) 
uleil at \\'asliin<j;t(iii ami Lee Universitv in 1914 

Pulil'ualion: "The Circle" 

Pi Circle 



D. M. Key 

B. E. Mitchell 



J. H. Lewis 

W. N. Miller 



Faculty AIfmkers 
A. P. Hamilton F. C. Jenkins 

Sti'dext AIi-.mrers 



R. E. Tatum 



I.. Martiv 



B. O. Van Hook 
R. H. Moore 



T. A. Gilbert 
T. C. Calholn 



Roi.E OF Circles 



ALPHA W^LShillKton and Lrr L'nivrrsit.N' 

BETA Johns Hopkins University 

GAMMA I'niveisity ol' Pittsburg: 

DELTA Davidson College 

EPSILON Lnivcrsity of Richmond 

ZETA Centre College 

ETA William and Mary College 

THETA University of Akron 

IOTA University of Alabama 

KAPPA Eirmingbam-Southern 

LAMBDA Hampden-Sydney College 

MU Emory University 



NU 



Uni 



t'rsit>' of Kentuck.v 

>;i Lehigh University 

OMICRON University of Virginia 

PI Milisaps College 

HHO Duke University 

SIGM.V University of Maryland 

TAU Ohio Wesleyan UTniversity 

UPSILON Dickinson College 

PHI Southwestern University 

CHI University of South Carolina 

PSI Allegheny College 

OMECA Alabama Polytechnic 




THE 1931 




MooRK, WiM.iFOKi), Howell 
McDiLL 



Alplia Psi Omega 

(Draniotic) 
Founded at \\'est \'irginia State College 



Colors: Cliild and Khie 



PiibHaitinn: "'rhe Fla\hil 



Alpha Pi Cast 



Mkmbers 

Rnss H. Moore John' B. Howell 

HowAP.D K. Wii.LiHORn Theresa McDill 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Pi Kappa Delta 

(Forensic) 
Piihlitalinn: "The Fnrensir" 

Mississippi Alpha Chapter 

MeiMBERS 

Charles F. Nesbmt J. B. Paikick, Jr. 

Walter Bivtns 



Degrees 

Fraternity Rul>y Eye In Key 

Proficiency Pearl Eye in Key 

Honor Emenilil Eye in Key 

Special Distinction Diiunonil Eye in Key 



Orders 

Oratory Rii/>y (Jir( 

Debate Pearl Cin 

Instruction Eniernhl (Jin 

Honorary Sapphire C/in 

Two Carders Tiinjiioise (Jire 

Three Orders Ditiiiiond (Jire 



log 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 











'^}. 




Pa 1 KICK, Xhsiiiir, l^iviNs 




109 






THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Bishop, Moore, Sanders 
PricEj Martin, Gii.lis 



4 



Sigma Upsiloe 

(Literary) 

Fiiuncied at the riii\ei>ity of the South 
Colors: tjreen and Cold Public ation: "Ne\vs Letter" 

Kit Kat Chapter 



Facl LTV Memhkrs 



David C. Bishop 
A. G. Sanders 



Ross n. Moore 
J. B. Price 



Stvdext Members 
Lealon Martin Herbert Gillis 







Athletics 



■'1^ 




IM •[ 



I I 



iiJw_ 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Til© Coaches 



l'](l\\in W. Flak' lias coached his last athletic team at Millsaps, 
but his splendid work in briiiy;ing the Majors to the front in 
athletics will lonji he leniemhered. Coach Hales' three \ears at 
Millsaps have truly been successful ones. His football teams 
always finished near the top in the S. 1. A. A. conference standing, 
and his baseball teams have done almost equally as well. We do not 
know where "Cioat" \\'ill be next year, but wherever he is, Millsaps 
students will be backinj: him. 

As Director of Athletics, Assistant Football Coach, Varsit\' 
Basketball Coach, and Freshman Baseball Coach, Coach Van Hook 
has won himself a place in the hearts of Millsaps students and fans. 
Coach Van Hook's basketball teams have finished high in the con- 
ference standing for the past several years, and the records of his 
other teams speaks for themselves. 

Coach Gaddy comes to A-Iillsaps next year with a great record 
behind him at Biloxi High School, and Millsaps supporters are 
hoping that he will continue his good work at Millsaps. Gaddy's 
Biloxi Indians have not lost a football game for the past three 
years and have had onl\ three touchdowns scored against them in 
the last twenty-se\en games. We are expecting great things of 
him at Millsaps. 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




The Team 



Captain "Moi.i.v" Ma-ssok ha> pla\e(l his last fontbail game for the Majors, but his name will 
always be a symbol of fight, courage, and dependabilit}-. He was good enough to be named on 
every All-State selection for a tackle position. He was awarded the coveted Brannon Trophy by 
his team mates. Ciood luck Molly, Millsaps is proud of vou. 

"Charlie Strait at left end," and how that boy did throw those Chortaws Thanksgiving. A 
greater defensive end game was never played by a Major. Maybe that is why Charlie was 
chosen on the All-State selection. Anyway, he was a real star the whole \ear through, and the 
Majors smile at the thought that he will be back next year. 

Padgett came straight to the Majors from Clark College and made good from the start. He 
did much to solve the guard problem. A hard fighter, this lad should have a great year next 
season. 

Everyone's hat just naturally goes off to "Eboo" Bell. Although extremely light, he was one 
of the best ends in the state. Fast and a natural born football player. Could he catch passes? 
Ask the Choctaws. No one that has seen him in action could forget the Bell pulled down 
passes for Millsaps. One sport writer acclaimed his work, along \\ ith Strait, during the Thanks- 
giving game, as the greatest ever seen. 





THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Little old Jakii- Mii.ikr, an All-State selectitm for a haltliack pcisitiim aiul Alternate Captain 
of the Majors, ^vllun(l up liiv career Tlianks^ivint; against tlie ('Imetaw s. Just as his other three 
years have been, it was a great \ear for Jakie. Always feared and always watched, Jakie in spite 
of it all, established himself as the best broken field runner in the state since the da\s of the trul> 
great Edwin "Goat" Hale. 

Little "Goat" Hai.k, small but always playini; the game. For four \ears Marion has held down 
the quarterback position f(U- Millsaps' football teams. He has been a good oiie. A fine kicker, a 
good passer, and a brain\ signal caller. lie was always dangerous as a broken Held rLinner. His 
fighting spirit will carr\ him to success in life. 

Charlie Walker, at one half, played an excellent brand of football. Fast, alert, and shift\-, he 
was one of the mainstaxs of the backHeld. He'll be back next \ear too. 

MooN', a whale of a tackle, pla\ed a whale of a game the whole season through, except for 
several games that he was on the sideline with an injured shoulder. "Dag" is big, rang\, and 
powerful. The gains over his side of the line were few. Millsaps is expecting much of him 
next year. 




Mm 




"5 



THE 1931 BOIBASHELA 




"Fagax" McIIanifis >taitt(l the vcnvon ofF ns the he^t fullhack in the >tate. Just as everyone 
was admitting it, lie Mitfered a hioki-ii Iva in tlie S. T. C. s^imt'- i he tine work which he did in a 
few minutes (if the riianUsjj;i\infi jianie f^nes to sa\ there is no describing what he might have 
done throughout the season had he not been injured. He was selected Alternate Captain for next 
year's team. 

Tlie center position was filled this year b> the stellar "Pat" Ouiiaway, who returned to school 
after a year's absence. Fat was great to break through the opposing line, and a great man to 
lireak up passes. Everyone is glad that this boy has two more years. 

The fact that Millsaps lost two good guanls last year didn't discourage Coach Hale very 
much when he saw "Whitie" Tra\is in action. How this boy can fight. Watch him next year. 

Meet the captain of next \ear's team, "Pep" Permenter. Cixil headed under fire, a game, nervv 
little ([uarterback, this man is an ideal selection to lead the Majors through their difficult schedule 
next year. "Pep", do \()ur work as well as "Molly" and Millsaps will be proud of \(ni. 




ii6 




THE 1931 BOBA8HELA 










r 




It didn't take "Smiling" Bill Jacobs long to convince Coach Hale and all of the opposition that 
he was one of the fightin'st guards anywhere. Bill played a good game in every contest this \ear. 
He'll be back next year, and look out All-State. 

"Dado" Passo filled an end position opposite Strait for the greater part of the seas(in, and he 
filled it well. A powerfid line plunger, Passo was used frequently to bring in a few necessarv 
yards, which he seldoiTi failetl to do. He should be at his height next year. 

And then there was that guy Stonestreet. \^'hat a reputation this boy did make throughout 
the S. I. A. A. conference. He came to the Majors from the Holmes Aggies. He provetl, his first 
year at Millsaps, that he is one of the finest halfbacks in this part of the countrN. I'he "Chocs" 
should ever be grateful that Mr. Stonestreet was injured too badly to pla\ Thanksgiving. A 
great runner and passer, he should easily make All-State next year. 

ExCKl.l, Mapp, another gootl pass receiver, is passing on with the rest of the seniors. He was a 
good little man and never failed to pla\ good ball when called upon. 




117 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




"LuiF." Vikim; dill his siuiit in tlif Majors' gofid season, liy pla\inp; the t;ame well as a 
reserve. He was ready to fill a guard position an\ time and should be a valuable man next year. 

CoriKN is probably the lightest man to ever make a letter at Millsaps. Certainly he deserved 
one, for he did some neat playing when railed upon. 

EkVlN showed the liun<h this \ear that he had the old football spirit. He has great possibilities 
and the fight to continue. 

Faithful Bop, Hassi;i.1-, the bo\ who ne\er cut practice. Alwa\s ready to enter the scrap and a 
plaver of ability too. Everyone was ghul to see him make a letter his senior year. 

Kii.AvAT is another reason wh\ the Majors are going to have plent\- of backfield material next 
year. He is fast, a nice passer and one of the best blockers on the squad. He should hit his high 
stride next \ear. 




ii8 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




L. B. Jones displa>t'(l some (|u;ilities of real football abilit> this past season. \\'ith more 
experience he should make a title back. 

It took Smith to cool the Mississippi Assies down when it seemed that the old game was 
slipping away. He was a valuable lineinan at tackle or tjuard. In tlie next two \ears this man 
should win recognition. 

Enochs was a proinislng freshman last \ear and shnuld ha\e sta\ed out the entire season this 
year. However, he returned in time to be of service to the team in the gaine with the Choctaws. 

RiGBY alwa\s gave his be^t and when he went down, he went ilown fighting. He was a real 
scrapper and he has plenty of football abilit\. 

Ckcii. Joxks played his first year with the varsity and needless to say, gained lots of experience. 
He has gooil possibilities and the fight to make good. 




119 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Looking Back^H^ard Over 
til© Year 



Another year of athletics at Millsaps has heard its knell sounded, 
and has passed on into the days of usetl-to-be. The thud of charging 
bodies and tlie "jilunlc" of the punted football, the "swish" of a 
clean shot through the basket, the excitement of a conference tourna- 
ment, the tenseness of a ti'ack meet, the "[ling" of a hard-hit tennis 
ball, the sliarp "crack" of bat on ball, the cheers and cries of the 
crowils are gone for this year, anil we pause but a moment, as 
school draws to a close, to reflect on the jiast and the future. 

Although not as consistently successful in all lines of sports 
as were Alillsaps' teams last year, the Majors and Alajorettes of 
IQ30-31 kept the standard on the high plane where it has been 
placed only witliin recent years. Pootball was a success, for though 
the "Chox" downed us by one point, the ^lajors won great vic- 
tories over the Aggies, Southwestern, and other worthy oppon- 
ents. l?asketball was the most disappointing sport, though many 
finely played games briglitened a season which no optimist could 
call as good as last year's. I5a,seball apjiears better than e\er before, 
with a flock of mound men to fill what has almost always been the 
largest gap in a Millsaps nine. Track has at last come out of the 
realm of the "long-neglected", and, with the new track in order, 
will from now on have to be seriously reckoned with. Tennis was 
good, as usual. 

In the "iQ3(i Robasliela" there was a statement that Major 
fans need no longer look to the future, that Alillsaps has arrived. 
That statement is true. We do not any longer talk of "moral vic- 
tories". We do not now say "next year" with hope and a prayer — 
we sa\' it with confidence and surety. 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Facinw a hard sclu-ilule, this yuar's freshman football stjuad, 
iiiuler the coachlno; of "jininiie" Campbell, broufiht credit to them- 
selves in e\ery game in which they phnetl. T hough losing one 
more game than they won, they showed that next season's team may 
depend on them for valued reinforcements. Freshman Alorrison at 
tackle, Joe Stone at guard, and Dase Da\is and D. Hurke in the 
backfield will undoubtedly be in the lineup next year. 



Scores 

Minors 33; Simpson Count\- A. H. S. . . 

Minors 19; Leake Count\' Junior College 

Minors o; Southern ^Military Academy . 

Minors 13 ; Perkinston Junior College . . 

Minors o; Loyola Freshmen 

Minors O; Mississippi College Freshmen . 



O 
6 
39 
13 
10 
21 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Boys' Basketball 

The ]VIajors enjoyed another good season this year. 
Captain Strait led the Purple and White clad warriors 
through a tough schedule and the Majors won three- 
fourths of the games they played. Coach Van Hook's team 
defeated some of the best basketball teams in the country, 
including the Earl Cardinals, one of the strongest profes- 
sional teams in the United States, Southwestern Uni- 
versity, Hirniinghani Southern, and several others. 

The loss of two regulars from last year's team caused 
Coach Van Hook quite a bit of worry at the beginning 
of tiie season, but se\eral reserves and transfers from 
junior colleges came through to make the Majors one of 
of the best teams in the conference. 

Captain Strait, "Little (^loat" Hale, and Lewis ha\e 
finished their basketball careers at Millsaps, but \\ith 
Stonestreet, Layne, Vickers, Passo, Hull, Permenter, 
Jones, and several good men from the freshmen team, the 
IVIajors of Nineteen thirty-two should be equally as strong 
as the past one. 




THE 1931 BOBASHEIA 



The Team 



CiiARi.in Strait's basketball days are 
gone, but they will never be forgotten, 
for the Major's captain was truh one of 
the greatest basketball players tliat the 
State of Mississippi has ever jiroduceil. 
A fine defensive player, a capable leader, 
and a long shot artist de-lux, Charlie 
was always outstanding. It was generally 
admitted that he was as good as any 
guard in the S. I. A. A. conference. 



Little "Coat" Hai.e was the key- 
man of the Millsaps offense, and his per- 
formance on the court was always good. 
He was one of the best floormen in the 
conference and usually captured scoring 
honors of the game. "Goat", Millsaps Is 
proud of you. 



"Pep" Paraiexter always played 
good ball when called upon. A cool 
player luider fire, and a good eye for the 
wicker, he should have a great season 
next year. 



ExcELL Mapi' will long be remem- 
bered by Millsaps for his services ren- 
dered to the team. Altliough a reserve, 
he was always ready to do liis part, and 
he was a good basketball player. 




w^ 




BOBASHELA 





Passo is another reason why the 
Alajors had a good season. Fast for a 
big man and a cripshot artist, he was a 
good basketball player. He usually made 
his share of the goals and was a valuable 
man on the defense. He has one more 
year with the Majors. \Vatch him. 



"Vic" Vickkr.s came to the Majors 
from Sunflower Junior College and 
made a valuable man from the start 
Hoasting six feet and three inches of 
horizontal brawn, "Vic" \\'as a power 
under the enemy goal on the defense 
and a thorn in the sides of the opponents 
on the offense. Long will Southwestern 
Memjihis remember him. 



The little town of Lumberton has 
furnished to the Majors a modern giant 
in the person of "Dago" Moox, and 
that alone would entitle her to the re- 
spect of Millsaps' students and fans. 
"Dago" was capable of playing a good 
brand of ball and the ^Majors' man 
mountain ne\er failed in the pinch. 



St()\i-stri;kt was another Junior Col- 
lege transfer that made good his first 
year with the Majors. A serious injury 
that he received tiuring the football 
season handicapped him considerably 
during the basketball season, but at that 
he could hold his own with the best of 
the forwanls. He shouhi cause the 
t-nemy ciuite a bit of trouble next year. 



124 



L 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Howard Lewis completed his fourth 
year as a member of a IVIillsaps basket- 
ball team, and Millsaps is grateful to 
him for the services that he has rendered 
to her. Howard was a first-class court 
performer, and lie has turned in many 
good games in the past four \ears. He 
was especialh' valuable for his d:-fensi\ .- 
ability, but he could also hit th ,111 about 
as well as anyone else. If Lewis uses 
the same principles in life that he (h'd on 
the court, there is no doubt about hini 
being successful in whatexcr profession 
he chooses. 

XoBi.ix was another valuable man on 
the Millsaps squad. With two years' ex- 
perience behind him h? should be out- 
standing next year. AL'llsaps fans arc 
counting on you strong, so don't fail 
them, Xoblin. 

"Lupixo" Laxk, and how that baby 
could grab them of-f the backboard. 
When the ball didn't drop through the 
wicker it belonged to Lane. He was one 
of the best guards in the conference. To 
him goes the honor of pla\ing the most 
consistent brand of ball of any of the 
Majors against the Choctaws. He is 
only a sophomore, and great things are 
expected of him in the next two years. 

"Cal" Hull was the handy man of 
the Majors. He performed well at for- 
ward or center and he was alwa\s \alu- 
able in a pinch. "Cal" has one more 
year with the Majors and should be even 
more valuable next season. 






HiiiS!^P^Inni, 4 



V N^ 



■> "^ 





THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Tmrnk ¥-^^ 



mf' 





"Plnch" AIcDaxiels, who won 
fame on the gridiron, was the gentleman 
yon saw sitting on the bench with the 
dignified look and the water bucket. 
"Punch" was a good manager, and the 
players appreciate his efforts. 



"Pat" Dlxaway was a good bas- 
ketball player, and always gave his best 
for the Majors' cause. Tall and fast, he 
was a good defensi\e and had a good eye 
for the wicker. 



Gl RSS has the ability to dc\eIop into 
a good basketball man, and he shovdd be 
a valuable man in the next two vears. 



A hartl worker and the determination 
to win, that's L. H. JoxES. L. B. is one 
of the fastest men on the squad and ^lill- 
saps' fans believe that he will de\'elop 
into a stellar [lerformer with another 
year's experience. 



136 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



tjniiniiiiiiMrmmi 



MIIII|a||||i|Mllli n..|||ine|inni»IMIIMmlllalllllltalllllllBlllllllBllTTrTralllnilBlllllllBllllllit'lllllll5lil!!llriITIM^^ 




Boone, although a reserve, did his 
share of the work in making the season 
a successful one. He never cut jiractice 
and he should make good hefore lie leaves 
Millsaps. 



Alfori) was another one of those re- 
serves that was willing to do lu's part and 
he always did it well. A keen knowledge 
of the game and the will to do his best, 
he should make good. 



Smith played the game for the love of 
the game, and how he could scrap. An- 
other man that is expected to come 
through with more experience. 



Last, but not least, we have "Lonnie" 
Shelton. "Lonnie" played his first ball 
for the Majors this year, but we hope 
that it will not be his last. 




14 1 




■^,~T~ ■ ,jr**^' 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



■7iTTmgT::Tin5Tmiiiffii|iiiiia; iaJllnialllllilBiinlljallillllallliilla.illlMallllll la„illigJHmtoniiillili.ii,d,';liH etl.:l.l£lli ^]„:^.\VU.i>]:u, .dull iis.'l ill 




RiGBV, WASSON', CORLK'i', ^^'ARRK^, JACOBS, AlLREI) 

Blurmax, Loflix, Liter, Hltchissox, Johnson", Lewis 



Girls' Basketball 

Coach l^runificld was handicapped at the be>;inning of the 
season by having a squad of green and unexperienced material to 
work with. Although not as strong as Millsaps' teams of the past, 
the Majorettes had a good basketball team. It took half the season 
to get started, but once the girls gained a bit of experience they 
were Iiard to best. Most of the girls will be b;ick next year and 
they siiould ha\e a good season. 



128 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



II I — '.JH>"J 







Freslmiae Basketball 

The FR'shman basketball team, after a slow start, linall\ (le\eloiieil into a co- 
operatinij machine. Coachetl by "Cioat" Hale they showed ability which \arsity 
squads of the next three years may well use to ad\aiita;j;e. They played with dogged 
persistence, shooting goals from all angles and causing their opponents continual worry. 



SCORKS 



Minors 28 

Minors i H 

Minors 29 

Minors 12 

Minors 22 

Minors 28 

Minors 22 

^Minors 20 

Minors 26 

Minors 42 

Minors 16 

IVIinors 26 



Cioodman Junior College . 
(joodman Junior College . 
Wesson Junior College . . 
Leake County Junior College 
\Vesson Junior College . . 
Mississippi College Freshmen 
Hinds County Junior College 
Hinds County Junior College 
Mississippi College Freshmen . 
Leake County Junior College . 
^Mississippi College Freshmen . 
Mississippi College Freshmen . 



42 
27 
31 
26 

19 
42 

28 

41 
38 
26 
28 
43 



129 






THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Harrell, Mar I in, Kiiavat 



Teeeis 



The Varsity Team 

Most succt'ssful of all sjiorts at Alillsaiis, since its touiulint: ]H-rliaps, has bi-en the 
royal game of tennis. This year, with three out of four hist year's \arsit\' back and 
with three promisinfj; new men, the racquet sjiort is on a par with former years. 

IVIainstays of tlie team for the strenuous season were: Henjamin Ilarrelh senior, 
probably the hardest drixing man on the team, llarrell's tennis was featured by a 
tremendous service. Lealon Alartin, anotlier senior, teamed with Eddie Khayat to 
form the Number i doubles team, and was fair at volleying, was a good lobber, and 
used a chop drive. Kha\at, a junior, was a chop stroke artist, whose play was marked 
by the abilit\' to score sizzling jilacements. I)a\ id Dubard, Ewing Hester, and Gordon 
Rogers fcu'med the rest of the squad from which the team was drawn, and all de- 
\eloped considerably during the year. 

.All in all, though hamperi'd b\ a lack ot worthy jiractice opposition, the Alajor 
netmen well upheld the traditions of their sport at Millsaps. 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Coach Hale's baseball team this year sliould he the 
best ill years. With the loss of onI\ two letter nu-n from 
last >ear's team, ami the aiUlition of se\eral strong pitchers 
and men from the Freshmen team of last year, we are look- 
ing forward to a good season. About twenty games have 
been scheduled. 

Many a hit is expected to ring from the big bats of 
"Fagan" IMcDaniels, Jakie Miller, IVIarion Hale, "Dago" 
Moon, Permenter, Stonestreet, Padgett, and others, while 
the strong arms of Passo, Dunaway, ]\Iiller, and Jones 
are expected to cause the enemy plenty of worry. 

Its the last "Goat" Hale coached team that Alillsaps 
will ever have, and we are betting on him to turn out a 
great team. 



J3> 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



Bell Hterds Slieep ie Texas 

"Eboo" Bell went out on a sheep ranch hist summer 
and apphed for a position. When asked what he could 
do, he replied, almost anything, and in the morning it was 
decided that he shoidd drive the sheep out to graze. A 
pony was brought for him, but he stoutly refused it, when 
the lanchman insisted, saying that he had been the fastest 
and best-winded sprinter in Millsaps College, and that he 
could get along. He was told to be in by fixe o'clock. Six 
o'clock came; seven, eight, and half-past nine before Bell 
came in and sank into a chair, exhausted. 

The ranchman said, "I told you to take the pony, that 
you would ha\e trouble with the sheep." 

15ell replied that the "sheep were all right, but the 
lambs ga\e him trouble! " 



"Lambs.''" said the astounded man. 
lambs in that bunch !" 



Win, I had no 

But Bell insisted that there were, and to pro\e it took 
him out to the bunch and there were nine immense, ex- 
hausted jack rabbits. 



132 




THE 




II \l.l Kl U R\ I \i. ri \ I 1\ (. IKK I \\\ (lA \ll-. 




Mm 
mm 



BELL RECEIVING PASS IX CHOCTAW GAME 



^'' 



! i': 



lL 




FEATUPvES 




L.. 




SMiss Sarah King 



r 




SMiss SMary Woodliff 



L 




^7/55 Elizabeth Knox 




(SMiss Laura Light cap 




c5Vfi55 Frances Qates 




Norton Miller 

Piaster SVIajor 



Miss Ruth Ridcway 

'Representative C^'^^ 





THE 1931 



Tk© Evemt of the Year 



A Comedy-Drama 

Prologue 

On February i8, 1931, just after 11 o'clock at niKht the most important event of the year took 
place. On that fateful night the edifice known as the "(lym" had its much maligned existence 
brought to an end — an end past due for many a mnon. Not a tear was shed, and the old barn 
slid down into oblivion and ashes, not \vithout cheers and plaudits. Not to now become lachry- 
mose, but to preserve from oblivion the memor\ of that significant night — to commemorate the 
most important date in the campus histnr\, Februar\ 18, 1931, we present, with modest blush and 
bashful bow, a four-act comed> drama which \iiu ma\ call either "The F.vent of the Year," or 
"The Burning of the Barn." 

Act I 

Time: 1897. Scnw: Campus. 

First Siudrnt (pointing to "Cj\m"): "Isn't that an eye-snre?" 

Second Sliidnil (with feeling): "^ es, indeed. It should be subjected to conflagra- 
tion." 

Curtain 

Act II 
Time: 1931. Scnic: Campus. 
First Studrnt (of new generation — pointing to "Ciym"): "Ain't that a helluva 

thing?" 
Sfcond Student (another descendant — with feeling representing thirty-five years of 
animosity from father to sm): "\'eah. It oughta been burned." 
(lurliiin 

Act III 

Seene: Campus. Time: Night of February 18, 1931 ; 11:30 p. m. 
First Student (pointing to "Clym") : "Hey, the (lym's burnin'." 

Second Student (Nvith feeling representing joy of released desires accumulated in 
thirty-five years and two generations): *" ! ! ? ! !" 



paper. 



-(There was too much expression in these lines to be adequately expressed on 
('urtain 



Act IV 

(From the daily papers of February 19, 1931.) 

"STUDENTS CHEER AS BARN BURNS" 
Apologue 



There was no fiddling Nero on that eventful night, but there were 200 stuilents 
who danced in glee and pajamas. 

"An Ancient Prejudice Has Been Removed." — Februarv iS, 1931. 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




Celebrities About the Campus 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




JACKSON'S GREATEST STORE 

A Store That Fills Effectively and Continuously 

Every (Qualification of the Modern and 

U'^-to-Date Department Store 



If you are not familiar with the service that is being rendered day in and day 
out to the thousands of satisfied patrons in Jackson and surrounding vicinity by 
"JACKSON'S GREATEST STORE," you are missing one of the greatest serv- 
ices that Jackson has to offer. Equipped and managed to give you a modern 
day Department Store service that is second to none in the South. 







THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




il«!!?a 



"«'*). 



fi M 



fj-^f ^ liT^rfllliJ^rifr?. J.f y .,|i 



.mii':^lij.l 




jyiississij)'^) s Best Store' 

KENNINGTON'S 

JACKSON 

Enjoying the Good Will and Patronage 
of Millsaps Students 

Because of Our High Standard of Quality, 

Moderate Prices and 

Authentic Styles 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



,JM 



|itin|insiiiiin»niiiiiwiiiiiMiiiiMniiNiiiiii3iiiiini.iiiiiMniiiMMj|igiiiiiiiBiMiiiMiiiiii.„iiiiiiiBnmTEnniiir,^ 




DOWNING LOCKE COMPANY 

Service to You 
Service of tne Highest Order 

The motto of this store during its reception and through its years 
of growth, as well as now, has been "Service to Our Customers," 
and this service of the highest order. At this store you will find 
at all times merchandise of the highest possible quality at ihe low- 
est possible price, arranged for your convenient choosing. 

Jackson s Sno^^ing Center 



THE CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK 


JACKSON, 


MISSISSIPPI 


Capital and Surplus, $625,000 


OFFICERS 


THAD B. LAMPTON 

President 


W. D. DAVIS 

Vice-President and Trust Officer 


AMOS R. JOHNSON 
Vice-President and Cashier 


EDWARD W. FREEMAN 
Vice-President 


S. C. HART 

Vice-President and Asst. Trust Officer 


W. C. ALLEN 
Assistant Cashier 


W. H. EARBEE 


, Assistant Cashier 



WS^ii'?. 



THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




jyicClaren Autocrat Tires and Tuhei 



UNION DEPOT SERVICE STATION 

B "A Pleasure to Please You" m 

One Block North Edwards Hotel 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

GAS, PENNZOIL AND ACCESSORIES 
WASHING AND GREASING 



Telephone 840 



FREE ROAD SERVICE 



J. B. WALKER, Manager 



R. H. GREEN 

Wholesale Grocer 

COLD STORAGE 

Fruits and Vegetables 

DISTRIBUTORS 
OF 

PLEE-ZING 



JACKSON, MISS. 



GETTING AHEAD 

The surest way to get ahead is 
to use the one you have. 



fVliy Not Start to Using It Nob By 

Joining Our "Grow With Us" Club 

Nojv Forming? 



Deposit Guaranty 

Bank &? Trust 

Company 




THE 1931 



JACKSON DAILY 

NEWS 



MISSISSIPPI'S ONLY PAPER 
WITH A REGULAR 



ROTOGRAVURE 
SECTION 



Maintaining its own staff of Pho- 
tographers and Artists. 

Use Rotogravure to tell your story. 
It leaves nothing unsaid. 



JACKSON 
SHOE HOSPITAL 

"Repair Shoes Better" 

WM. KAROW, Manager 
Phone 336 412 E. Capital St. 



DR. H. F. MAGEE 

PHYSICIAN AND 
SURGEON 

Lamar Life Building 
Jackson, Miss. 




Mississippi 
Scnool Supply Co. 

Serring Mississippi Schools 

School Furniture and 

Equipment 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Watkms, Watkms 
^ Eager 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS 
AT LAW 

Standard Life Building 

Jackson, Mississippi 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 




^^alczMlt 



YOU EAT ifjiMTHA^^ 



ICE 

CREAM 



A Health Food — Always in Season 




STAR STEAM 
LAUNDRY 

Phone 415 
212 NORTH PARISH ST. 



Taylor Furniture 
Company 

109, 111, 113 South State Street 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Furniture of a Better Grade 

ALEX GORDON, Owner 





Drink 


Lak< 


1 

z s 


Celery 




AND 


Orange 


Crush 



Eatmor Bread Eatmor Bread 

Served in Milhaps Dormitories 

ACME BAKERY 
COMPANY 



North Parish Street 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



ELANEL BEAUTY 
SHOPPES 

specializing in 

PERMANENT WAVING AND 

ALL LINES OP BEAUTY 

CULTURE 

N... 1— 11.-. l.aniar Sliout 

Telephone 2831 

N,,. 2. I2:;2 X. Wost StroiM 

Telephone 4341 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



CAPITAL FLORAL 
COMPANY 

"Say It With Flowers" 

24-Hour Service 
MNDSKV CAISINKSIS, .ManuKiT 



Phones 511-512 

irnill l|..tc'l I'.uiNlii 



VIl'KSIU' 



MISSIS.- iri'I 



Better Printing 

PRINTERS 
PUBLISHERS 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



For Specially Prepared Food For 
Your Parties 
Phone 2500 

And You Will Be Sure to Get 
What You Want 

J. M. BLACK 
GROCERY CO. 

155 South Lamar Street 



Compliments 

Jitney Jungle 

"Save a Nickle on a 
Quarter" 



MEET YOUR FRIENDS 
AT THE 

ECHO OF SWEETS 
TEA ROOM 

Sodas, Sweets, Luncheons 

241 E. Capital St. Tel. 3316 

Jackson, Mississippi 



KEY DRUG 
COMPANY 

Capital and President 
Streets 

Pv 
WE KNOW HOW 



IX) vol KNOW — 

Tliat wlirii plaeiny an oidui lur print- 
ing;, you ai'f not making a purchase of 
material, but you are hiring a service. 
Vou are employing the printer and his 
tquipment to the extent required for the 
doing of a certain piece of work. For 
the past twenty years many of these 
wlin lvn')W have been buying' their print - 
ini; service I'rrim us. 

HEDERMAN BROTHERS 

Printers, Blank Book Makers 
Stationers and Lithographers 

:;L':i-:'.i-:;r, K. Pi-aii st, .i.m l<s,.ii. .Miss. 



Compliments of 




Sellers 


Motor 


Co. 


Incorporated 




Distributors of 




Cadillac 


and LaS 


alle 


Oldsmobile, Viking 






THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



JACK GORDON 

MEN'S WEAR 

JACKSON, MISS, 



Complintents of 

MANGEL'S 

Smart Apparel for the Smart 
Dresser 



THE COLLEGE 
HANG-OUT 

CANDIES, REFRESHMENTS 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

We Appreciate Your Friendship and 
Patronage 

JACK FLOWERS, LOUIS ALFORD 

Managers 



ENGRAVED WEDDING 
INVITATIONS 

Tucker Printing 
House 

JACKSON, MISS. 



CORR-WILLIAMS 
TOBACCO CO. 

Wholesale Distributors of 

Roi Tan, Osmundo 

Hav-a-Tampa 

Tampa Nugget Cremo 

GOOD CIGARS 



THE BUILDING & 


LOAN ASSOCIATION 


1 iF .lAi -KSc IN, M ISS 


Loans Made on Improved Real 

Estate. Liberal Dividends Paid 

on Investment Shares. 


O. J. WAITE. rn^siiU-nt 
\V. O. REA, Vke-I'iesidfiit-ManasiT 


212 EAST CAPITAL 



Ward Drug 
Company 

Corner Pearl and 
State Streets 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 





PATRONIZE 




The 


College Pressing 




Snop 




Air Steam Heat Pres 


ses 




'Creases Like a Seam" 




BOONE AND HOLLIDAY, 


Mgrs. 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



S. p. McRae Co. 

BETTER VALUES 



Florsheim and Friendly Fives 
No Name and Stetson Hats 



Hart Sckaffner ^ 
Marx Clothes 

LOGAN PHILLIPS 



JACKSON 

SPORTING 

GOODS 



THE HUB 



HEADQUARTERS 
FOR 

COLLEGE 

MEN 



"PATRONIZE 

OUR 

ADVERTISERS' 



Photographic Work for This Annual Done 



BY 



THE BOLTON STUDIO 



219 MADISON STREET 



MEMPHIS, TENN. 




THE 1931 BOJBASHELA 



BELHAVEN COLLEGE 

School of Character 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 
CONSERVATORY OF FINE ARTS 

A modern college for young women, which places emphasis upon 
the fundamentals rather than the fads in education, maintaining 
the highest scholastic standards, and yet which recognizes the cul- 
tural values in Music and other Fine Arts. 

COURSES LEADING TO A.B. 
AND B.S. DEGREES 



BELHAVEN CONSERVATORY 
OF MUSIC 

With faculty of Artist teachers equal lO any in the South, offering 

courses in Piano, Voice, Violin, Pipe Organ, and Public School 

Music leading to Bachelor of Music Degree. 

A Christian home atmosphere which safeguards the physical, social, and moral 
welfare of each student, and stimulates each to do her best. 

A Safe School for Mississippi Girls 

For Further Information. Address 

G. T. GILLESPIE, President 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 




THE 1931 BOBASHELA 



MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

A College of Arts ana Sciences 

Founded in 1892 

\ Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States 
Member of Assoc'ation of American Colleges 
( American Council on Education 

Owned and Controlled by the Mississippi and North Mississippi Conferences of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church, South 

TOTAL ENDOWMENT OF MORE THAN ONE MILLION DOLLARS 

NEW SCIENCE BUILDING ERECTED 1930 

NEW LIBRARY BUILDING ERECTED IN 1925 

Offers to Young Men and Women of Character, Ambition, and Ability the 
Following Advantages: 

1. Rigorous academic training and scholastic prestige. 

2. Alert intellectual and cultural life of the student community expressed in lit- 
erary, athletic, and religious organizations. 

3. Moderate expense and excellent opportunity for loans and employment. 

For Catalogue and Special Information, 
Address 

D. M. KEY, President 

Jackson, Mississippi 



WHITWORTH COLLEGE 

BROOKHAVEN, MISSISSIPPI 

A Standard Junior College for Young women 

! Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States 
American Association of Junior Colleges 
American Association of Women's Colleges 

An Integral Unit in the Millsaps College Ctirricitltim 

For Catalogue and Special Information, 
Address 

GEORGE F. WINFIELD, Associate President 

Brookhaven, Mississippi 



r 



THIS BOOK PRINTED BY. 



!( !■ 




The 

WORLD'S 
LARGEST 
PUBLISHERS 



CO LLEG E 
ANNUALS 




COLLEGE ANNI3AL HEAD^tl^ARTERS 

incane^i^uali{uSvoi/?maw^ntp JiweAiox (£^xfe/2:^is)ii J^'UUce.'' 




bright page 



C\JT\ 



s^^^^ 





JL ^ 



^that rcFlcct those happy, 
ooTdWdd days has been our 

cfoal ± JL ^ A 

CO LLELCL ANNUAL DIVI/'ION 



♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 



BIRHIK'CHAM 

^UN THE HEART OF TH;E SOUTH 



!sS^t|i|$i^'§l%i|^^^ 



f -.'^i ^^ •'•^*^ 






^jj^; H 





















.yf\Jt^f^?C;i.>'