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THE 1945 BOBASHELA IS DEDICATED TO MRS. RALPH JONES 
FOR MANY REASONS. BECAUSE, THROUGH HER OWN ENTHU- 
SIASM, SHE HAS MADE COLLEGE MATH A COURSE WHICH HER 
STUDENTS ENJOY. BECAUSE SHE TAKES AN ACTIVE PARTJN 
iHE CAMPUS HONORIES AND CLUBS-INCLUDING SIGMA LAMB- 
DA, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB, THETA NU SIGMA, AND 
PI KAPPA DELTA. BECAUSE SHE HAS SPONSORED THE "REG" 
CENTER, AND, THROUGH LOTS OF HARD WORK, HAS TURNED 
IT INTO A FAVORITE GATHERING PLACE FOR THE TRAINEES 
AND CO-EDS. BECAUSE SHE ALWAYS HAS TIME TO DISCUSS 
ANYTHING WITH THE STUDENTS, FROM THE WORLD SITUATION 
TO PLANS FOR THE COMING WEEK-END. BECAUSE SHE IS ONE 
OF THE MOST VALUED MEMBERS OF THE RECREATION COM- 
MITTEE, WHICH, THROUGH ITS PLANS FOR SOCIALS, FIELD DAYS, 
MOVING PICTURES, ETC., HAS MADE THIS YEAR ONE OF THE 
GAYEST IN MILLSAP'S HISTORY; AND BECAUSE EVERY STUDENT 
FEELS SHE IS HIS GOOD FRIEND, AS WELL AS HIS INSTRUCTOR. 



DEDICITED^ 




MRS. R/ILPII JIIHS 







DR. M. I. SMITH 

Whether he be presiding in chopel, sitting behind his desk giving ad- 
vice, or doing the countless number of things the students see him doing 
daily; "Smiley" is always patient, friendly, full of fun, and wise. It is high 
recommendation to be able to say that the students appreciate and love 
their President. 



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DEAN WILLIAM R. RIECKEN, Ph.D. 

DEAN OF MEN 

No one is enrolled ot Millsops very long before he has an 
opportunity to meet, know, and appreciate genial "Dean Bill." 
The qualities which he possesses, those which have acquired 
for him such high respect from every student, ore too many 
to enumerate here. You may be sure that largely due to his 
efforts, Millsops has attained and continued the high level of 
success it has today. 



DEAN MARY H. B. STONE, M.A. 

DEAN OF WOMEN 

Ask any girl at Founders' Hall, or any girl ot Ml II saps, and 
you will soon discover whot a truly fine person, just adviser, 
and guiding light our Deon of Women is. In more than one 
instance she has proved these statements. Gentle, but firm, 
in her decisions, Deon Stone hos captured the confidence and 
love of all. 

DEAN A. P. HAMILTON, Ph.D. 

DEAN OF FRESHMEN 

Dr. Hamilton is the Dean of Freshmen but he has come to 
signify more than just that position. Possessing a friendly and 
agreeable personality, he is never too busy to do someone a 
favor, or give counsel when It is needed. A versatile person, he 
con tackle any task from leading the chapel songs to teoching 
Greek and German. There is no wonder he was chosen to be 
Deon of students just beginning their college experiences. 




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HELEN NEWELL BARNES Women's Athletics 

B.A., Millsaps College 



JAMES T. CANIZARO 



S., Notre Dome 



MABEl BENNER COBB 

A.M., University of North Carolina 



JAMES SHARBROUGH FERGUSON History 

M.A., Louisiana Stale University 



JOHN ALBERT FINCHER 

Ph.D., University of North Carolina 

CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY , . 

A.M., Duke University 

MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN 

A.M., Tulone University 




Mathematics 



Spanish 



Biology 
Physics 
English 





M/^GNOLIA COULLET 



Latin, Voice 



A.M., University of Pennsylvania,- American Academy in Rome 



ELIZABETH CRAIG 



A.M.. Columbus Universily; Universily of Paris 



AGNES LOUISE CUTRER 



French 



History 



M.A., University of Alabama 



GEORGE LOTT HARRELL Physics and Astronomy 

M.S., Millsops College 



ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES 



Education 



A.M., George Peobody College 



NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY Secretarial Studies 

A.B., Mississippi State College for Women 












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MRS. RALPH JONES ... Mathematics 

B.A., Millsaps College 

HARRY PIERCE JONES Sociology 

B.D., Vanderbilt University,- M.A., Chicago University 

ROSS HENDERSON MOORE History 

Ph.D.. Duke University 

THEODORE C. RUSSELL Violin, Theory 

M.M., Norlhvi'estern University 

ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS Romance Languages 

M.A., University of Oxford, Rhodes Scholor 

FLORENCE GLENN SMITH Piano, Music Education 

M.M., Chicago Musical University 

JOHN MAGRUDER SULLIVAN Geology 

Ph.D., Vanderbilt University 




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F i C U L T 1 



BENJAMIN ERNEST MITCHELL 

Ph.D., Columbia UMiversity 


M.othematics 


JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE 

Ph.D., Louiiiana Stale University 


Chemistry 


EVA MYERS ROBERTS 

M.M., Chicago Musical Collec)e 


Piano 


PETER J.TROLIO 

B.S., Notre Dame 


Mcifhemcitics 


BENJAMIN ORMOND VAN HOOK . . 

A.M., Vanderbilt Universily 


Mathematics 


MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE . 

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin 


English 


ROLF E. WUBBLES 

M.A., New York University 


Economics 





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OFFICERS 

MADELEINE PAGE .... President 
FANNIE HAUGHTON Vice-President 

NINA HAZEL REEVES Secretary-Treasurer 



7^e H 1 1 R CLASS 



Madeleine Page, the gay gal with an ever-present twinkle in her eye, is a typical person if there 
ever was one to head the Senior Class. Cheerleader, company sponsor, and vice-president of the 
KD's— these honors are reccmmondations enough for anyone. Her friends call her "Mad," theiefore 
she's "Mad" to just about everyone at Millsaps. 

Fannie Houghton has a big brother who held a vice-presidency at Millsaps also— so the Haugh- 
tons seem to have a monopoly on the V. P. offices. An outstanding member of Phi Mu, an officer of 
the Christian Council, member of Sigma Lambda and KDE— such honors prove that Fannie has never 
ending interest and leadership in many fields. 

Ba-Ba Reeves! When there's a carnival to put over, or a stunt night to supervise, here is a 
leader to accomplish any of them. Ba-Ba's friendliness and her jovial spirit have n.ade her an out- 
standing personality— as well os Secretary-Treasurer of the Senior Class. 



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11^ nilOR CLASS 



ANN BRIEN 



Arlington, Va. 



Phi Mu 



BETTY JO BROWN 



Jackson 



Viking 



Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Topper Club 2, 3; 
Science Club 2, 3, 4; Chi Delta 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4,- Kappa Delta Epsilcn 4; 
Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Ecbashela 2, 3; Purple and 
White 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary Fhi Mu 3, 4. 



Topper Club 2; Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 4; Majorettes 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Intramural 
Manager 4; Student Assistant 4; Assistant in Physical 
Education 4; Treasurer Vikings 3, 4. 



JANNIE VEE BROOKS 



Fhi Mu 



Duncan 



REBECCA BUFKIN 



Phi Mu 



Jackson 



Sigma Lambda 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Purple and 
White 1, 2, News Editor 2; Bobashela 1, 2, Class 
Editor 2; Alpha Epsilon Delta 2, 3, 4; Women's 
Council 2; Christian Council 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 
2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 2, 3, 4, President 4; 
Treasurer Phi Mu 2, 3, 4; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities 3, 4. 



Student Assistant 2, 3; Freshman Scholarship 1 ; 
Miillsaps Singers 1, 2; Bobashela Business Staff 2; 
Purple and White Circiulation Manager 2, Business 
Manager 3; Vice-President Phi Mu 3. 




Hunting and pecking are things 
of the post with these masters of 
the touch system. The typing course 
includes budgets, speed tests, a 
minimum of mistakes, and some- 
thing like a mild nervous break- 
down after each class. 







First Row: Erien, Brooks, Brown, Bufkin, Burnhcm . . 
Craig, Crawford, Davis, Davis, Hoirston 



Second Rov\ 



DALE BURNHAM Magee 

Chi Omega 

Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class; Secretary- 
Treasurer Sophomore Class; Secretay-Teasurer Stu- 
dent Body; Cheerleader 3, 4; Assistant Business 
Manager Purple and White 4; Student Executive 
Board 3; International Relations Club 3, 4; Majorettes 
3, 4; Naval Company Sponsor 3; President Chi 
Omega 3. 

NELLE CRAIG , Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic President 4; 
Women's Council 3, 4; Topper Club President 3; 
Art Editor of Purple and White 3, 4; Student Assistant 
2, 3, 4; Millsaps Singers Secretary 3, President 4; 
Moiorettes 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. Vice-President 3, 4; Chris- 
tian Council 3, 4; Chi Delta 3, 4; Student Executive 
Board 4; Rush Chairman Beta Sigma Omicron 3, 4; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. 



LENNIE CRAWFORD 



Jackson 



Delta Kappa Delta 3, 4; Millsaps Singers 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Student Assistant to Dean 3, 4; Y.WO.A. I, 2, 3, 4. 



CLIFFORD DAVIS 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

BERYLINE STUCKEY DAVIS . . 
Viking 

CATHERINE HAIRSTON 

Phi Mu 



Jackson 



Jackson 



Indianola 



International Relations Club 3, 4; Chi Delta 3, 4, 
Secretory-Treasurer 4; Purple and White 1, 2, 3, 4, 
News Editor 4; Beethoven Club 1, 2. 



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7^ SEIIOR Clin 



FANNIE HAUGHTON 



Hattiesburg 



Phi Mu 



LILLIAN JOHNSON 



Jackson 



Chi Omega 



Internoficnol Relations Club 3, 4; Sigma Lambda 4; 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4; Pledge 
Trainer Phi Mu 3, 4; Christian Council 3, 4, Secretary 
3, 4; Student Assistant 4; Vice-President Senior Class 
4; Circulation Manager Purple and White 4. 



Business Manager Co-ed Purple and White 4; 
Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4; Secretary Chi Omega 
4; Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Majorettes 3, 4; Chi 
Delta 4; Women's Pan-Hellenic 3, 4; Women's Coun- 
cil 4. 



CPL. HARRY HELMAN 



Foster General Hospital 



HELEN HUGHES 



Jackson 



Chi Omega 



Purple and White 1, 2; Bobashela 3, 4, Literary 
Editor 4; Y.W.C-A. 1, 2, 3, 4; International Relations 
Club 4. 



MAXYNE MADDEN 



Jackson 



Phi Mu 



International Relations Club 3, 4; Sigma Lambda 4; 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Vice-President Phi Mu 3, 4; 
Student Assistant 3, 4; Purple and White 1, 2; Boba- 
shela 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Editor 4. 




When you know the ropes, phys- 
ics labs ore not really as compli- 
cated as they look. However, it's 
not a subiect for these who like to 
be rather vague about details — o 
fact that tnany a student has dis- 
covered too latel 








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First Row: Houghton, Helmon, Hughe*^, John'on, Madden . 
Row: Maxwell, Miller, Mounger, Page, Purvis 



Second 



BROWNELL MAXWELL 



Georgetown 



Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 2, 3, 4; Topper 
Club 1, 2; Beethoven Ciub 2, 3; Kappa Delta Epsilon 
3, 4, President 4; Student Assistant 1, 2; Intramural 
Manager 2; Tennis Team 1, 2. 



ANNE MILLER Belzoni 



Phi Mu 



MADELEINE PAGE 



McComb 



Kappa Delta 



Vice-President Kappa Delta 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; 
Purple and White 1; Pre-Medical Club 1, 2; Science 
Clu^b 1, 2; Naval Company Sponsor 2, 3; Majorette 
Club Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; Women's 
Pan-Hellenic 4, Treasurer 4; Cheerleader 4; Delta 
Kappa Delta 4; President Senior Class 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent Student Body 4, President Student Body 4. 



Naval Company Sponsor 3; Student Executive 
Beard 3; Women's Council 3, 4; Majorette Club 3, A- 
Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; President Phi Mu 4. 



MARGIE MOUNGER 



Phi Mu 



Jackson 



NORMAN PURVIS 

Ministerial League 3, 4. 



Edwards 



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7^ SEIIOR CLASS 



ERNEST RATHELL 



Lexington 



Kappa Sigma 



President Kappa Sigma 4; Alplia Epsilon Delta 4; 
Men's Pan-Hellenic 4; Tcpper Club 3; Purple and 
White 1, 2, Freshman Editor 1; Science Club 3, 4, 
President 4; Laboratory Assistant 3, 4. 



CLIFTON SHRADER 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



Jackson 



Secretary Lambda Chi Alpha 4; Christian Council 
3, 4; Men's Pan-Hellenic 3, 4. 



NINA HAZEL REEVES 



Yazoo City 



Viking 



Sigma Lambda 3, 4, President 4; Eta Sigma 3, 4, 
President 4; Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4, Treasurer 4 
Student Executive Board 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 
Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural Chairman 4 
President Vikings 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4. 



ANN SPITCHLEY 



Kappa Delta 



Hazlehursf 



Student Executive Board 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Delta 
Kappa Delta Secretary 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer Student Body 4. 



WINNIFRED SEEGERS Columbia, La. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Band 1; Bobashela Staff 1; Science Club Secretary- 
Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Theta Nu Sigma Presi- 
dent 4; Alpha Epsilon Delta Secretary-Treasurer 3; 
Eta Sigma 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Student Assistant 
2, 3, 4; Theta Nu Sigma Award; Secretary, Editor 
Beta Sigma Omicron; Sigma Lambda 4. 



THEO STOVALL 



Jackson 



Chi Omega 



Bobashela 2, 3, 4, Art Editor 3, 4; Baptist Student 
Union 3; Women's Pan-Hellenic 3, President 4; Stu- 
dent Executive Board 3; Glee Club 2; Pledge Instruc- 
tor Chi Omega 3. 




A required part of the V-12's 
training is navigation. A perplex- 
ing subject to the average civilian, 
it is one which the Novy empha- 
sizes. This class seems to think it's 
a picnic. 




First Row: Rothell, Reeves, Seegers, Shrader, Spitchley . . . Second Row: 
Stovall, Strohecker, Thorp, Webster, Walker, Wiggins 



MARY STROHECKER ^ ..... . Jackson DOROTHY WEBSTER 

Phi Mu 



Kosciusko 



Phi Mu 



Chi Delta 3, 4; Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Delta 
Kappa Delta 4; Purple and White 1 , 2, 3, 4; Bobc- 
shela 3. 



President Phi Mu 4; Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; Debate 
Club 3, 4, President 4; Student Executive Board 4. 



ANNIE RUTH WALKER 



Hattiesburg 



Phi Mu 



ELVA THARP Lambert 

Viking 

Topper Club 3, 4; Student .Assistant 3, 4; Eta Sigma 
Phi 4; Alpha Epsilon Delta Historian 4; Science Club 
3, 4; Sigma Lambda 3, 4. 



JOE WIGGINS 



Cruger 



Lambda Chi Alpha 



President Lambda Chi Alpha 4; Alpha Epsilcn 
Delta 3, 4, President 4. 



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OFFICERS 

JOE SCHULTZ 
President 

FRANCES ALEXANDER 
Vice-President 

EDNA EARLE WILLIAMS 
Secretary-Treasurer 



7/te HUm CLASS 



Joe Schultz, a gentleman of the Pikes, is tha capable leader of thie Junior Class. This "guy 
named Joe" is loads of fun and as sincere a person as can be found. Of course he talks quite a 
bit about Texas, but we've learned to expect that. He's still a swell fellow! 

It was through the efforts of Alexander that this annual became fact and not theory. She is the 
newly elected head of Chi Omega, served as president of Chi Delta, is a member of Sigma Lambda, 
and has more than a few other accomplishments to her credit. 

Although she now belongs to "Molly," Edna Earle is still claimed by Millsops, and a prouder claim 
would be hard to find. Ever since her freshman days, when she was still at Berryhill, she has char- 
acterized the well-known "Millsops spirit" in her warm, friendly manner. The BSO's and Millsops alike, 
have sufficient reason to be proud of the Secretar/-Treasurer of the Junior Class. 



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Abies 

Alexander 
Applewhite 
Ashley 






Barefield 
Boyd 
Brown 
Broun 



Burd:ol 
Bush 
Corr 

Chambers 



Chathnm 
Chrictmos 
Conine 
Crisler 



Crouch 
Curry 
Dent 
Eady 



Edwards 
Eaves 
Eckert 
A Ellis 




Vke JIJIIORS 



MELBA ALBES 



Chi Omega 



FRANCES ALEXANDER 

Chi Omega 



KITTY APPLEWHITE 



FRANCES ASHLEY 



Kappa Delta 



Kappa Delta 



SAM BAREFIELD , , , 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

ROBERT BOYD 

MARVIN BROWN .... 
MARTHA BRAUN . . 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

MARJORIE BURDSAL 

Kappa Delta 



JU/^NITA BUSH 



PEGGY CARR 



H, B. CHAMBERS 



Phi Mu 



Phi Mu 



Belzoni 

. Jackson 

Bassfield 

. . Rich 

. Hattiesburg 

Houston, Texas 

Edinburg, Texas 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Manghcm, La, 



SARA CHATHAM .... Indianola 

Chi Omega 

JOHN CHRISTMAS Vicksburg 

FLOSSIE CONINE Jackson 

ELIZABETH CRISLER ' . , Raymond 

Phi Mu 

ETHEL MAE CROUCH Madison 

Kappo Delta 

ALLEN CURRY ... Farmington, Minn. 
JOELYON DENT Grace 

Chi Omega 

DOROTHY EADY Crystal Springs 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

GENE EDWARDS . . Bolton 

Chi Omega 

FRED EAVES . ... Austin, Texas 

Kappa Sigma 

JUNE ECKERT .. . Jackson 

Chi Omega 

MILDRED ELLIS .... Lyon 

Chi Omega 



It looks simple enough 
when you see it through the 
microscope, but putting it 
down on paper is o different 
story. Kowing exactly what 
you are looking for— and 
then being able to find it, 
is another of the zoo stu- 
dent's problems. 




Ferguson 
Gerrard 
Giardino 
Gilmer 



Godbold 
Goss 

Hathorn 
Hegman 



Henry 
Herring 
Isenberg 
Jansren 



Jensen 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 



Juell 
Keary 
Kelley 
King 



Lommons 
Lampton 
Latham 
Lloyd 



Marley 
Melvin 
Miles 

Montgomery 




Ike JllllOn 



ROBERT FERGUSON Dallas, Texas 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



DOROTHY JONES 



Grenada 



CHARLINE GERRARD 

Kappa Delta 



Vikino 



FLORA GIARDINA 

RAY GILMER . . 
ROBERT GODBOLD 



NINA BESS GOSS . . 

Beta Sigma Omicr-on 

DOROTHY HATHORN 

Kappa Delta 

CORNELIA HEGMAN . . . 

Kappa Delta 



ANNE HENRY 



Phi Mu 



FRANCES HERRING . . 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



. Canton 

Flora 

Houston, Texas 
Hollywood 
. Jackson 

Jackson 

. Holly Bluff 

Jackson 

Grenada 



E. L. ISENBERG 
DALE JANSSEN 



Corpus Christi, Texas 
Gentry, Mo. 



Pi Kappa Alpha 

ROBERT JENSEN .... Pocatello, Idafio 
C. M. C. JONES , , •. . Houston, Texas 



Chi Omega 

LAEL JONES ... FLienix City, Ala. 

EDGAR JUELL ... Dalles, Oregon 



ELAINE KEARY 



Jackson 



Beta Sigma Omicron 

BURT KELLEY , , , , Baton Rouge, La. 



MARY JANE KING 



Pickens 



Viking 

GEORGE LAMMONS . . . . . Lexington 



ANNE LAMPTON 



Colun.bia 



Chi Omega 

PATTIE LATHAM .... Birmingham, Ala. 



ELIZABETH LLOYD . . . 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



Jackson 



RALPH MARLEY Jackson 



DOROTHY MELVIN 



Kappa Delta 

MARY LOU MILES 

Viking 

VIRGINIA MONTGOMERY . 



Jackson 

Calhoun City 

Jackson 



The ability to take dicta- 
tion will help these girls in 
planning their futures. It is 
a valuable accomplishment, 
and certainly is not on easy 
one. 




Mueller 
McBride 
McClure 
McKewen 



McGee 
Nobiling 
Odom 
Persell 



Ranager 
Ratcliff 
Rigby 
Sanders 



Schultz 
Scott 
Sells 

Stamps 



Stonley 
Steen 
Steen 
Stewart 



Way 

Weppler 
White 
Williams 



Wilson 
Wimpee 

Woodward 
Wright 
Wright 




Vke JDIIORS 



JOSEPH MUELLER Corpus Christi, Texas 

BETTY CATHERINE McBRIDE ^ , Jackson 

Viking 

GEORGE McCLURE Mountain Home, Ark. 

CAROLYN McKEWEN , . Jackson 

Viking 

JOHN McGEE .... Montgomery, Ala. 

C. W. NOBILING . . San Antonio, Texas 

ANNE ODOM ....... Grenada 

VIRGINIA PERSELL Madison 

Chi Omega 

WALTER RANAGER Jackson' 

JACK RATCLIFF . . . Tulsa, Okla. 

ESTHER JUNE RIGBY . . Madison 

Kappa Delta 

WANDA SANDERS , . . Sanatorium 

Kappa Delta 

JOE SCHULTZ Grosbeck, Texas 

Pi Kappa Delta 

FRED SCOTT Dallas, Texas 

Pi Kappa Delta 

MARY NELL SELLS . . Jackson 

Viking 



MIRIAM STAMPS McComb 

Chi Omega 

MARGUERITE STANLEY Grenada 

Beta Sigma Omicion 

HAZEL STEEN Jackson 

Viking 

CARROLL STEEN . . Jackson 

Viking 

ROBERTA STEWART Jackson 

Phi Mu 

HOWARD WAY . . , Longview, Texas 

PEGGY WEPPLER . . McComb 

Chi Omega 

IRENE WHITE McComb 

EDNA EARLE WILLIAMS .... Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

CAROLINE WILSON . . Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

JAMES WIMPEE Bryan, Texas 

Kappa Sigma 

MARY JEANNE WOODWARD Jackson 

DOROTHY WRIGHT Hozlehurst 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

FRED WRIGHT Brookhaven 

Kappa Alpha 



One of the more gratify- 
ing aspects of chemistry is 
applying text-book knowl- 
edge through experiments. 

In labs the students learn 
that following directions 
brings the best results. 





OFFICERS 



CHARLES WRIGHT 
HELEN MURPHY 
JULIA GOODMAN 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



7^^ SOPHOMORE CLISS 



We are sorry that we couldn't get Charlie's picture with the Sophomore Class Officers, but he 
left to join the Army right after Christmas. Charlie's specialty was literally sweeping girls off their feet 
on the dance floor. He never failed to hove a glad greeting ready for anyone he met, and can well 
be remembered as another friendly Pike. 

This half of the Murphy twins, once you've detected which she is, is truly individualistic when you 
know her. She's "something good in a small package," and has an amazing number of friends from 
one end of the campus to the other, 

Julia can usually be found surrounded in the Grill or rushing to class with time-out for a chat on 
the way. Notwithstanding the fact that her mother is one of the best teachers in the English depart- 
ment, Julia has made a name for herself in her two years at Millsaps, 



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Ike SOPHOMORES 



JOYCE ADAIR 
T. V. ALLEN 
RICHARD ALLEN 



Gloster 



Viking 



Oklahoma City, Okie. 
Kappa Sigma 

Indionoia 



Kappa Alpha 



LYLE BARTLETT 
JAMES BASHAM . 
JOHN BAUER 
THADDEUS BELSHER 
ROBERT BERNSEN 



Eau Claire, Wis. 

Fort Worth, Texas 

. . Belleville, III. 

Sadler, Texas 

Beaumont, Texas 



Pi Kappa Alpha 

ROLAND BORCHERS Frederisksburg, Texas 

Pi Kappo Alpha 

W, R, BOYD . . 



MILES BROWN 
WARREN BROWN 
AUBREY BUCHALTER 
MAURICE BUCHALTER 
HELEN BUNTE 



Chi Omega 



DOROTHY CAFFEY 



Chi Omega 



HENRY CALDWELL 



Houston, Texas 

Denver, Colo, 

Duncan, Okla. 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Columbus 

Birmingham, Ala. 



JOHN CANARiS . 
BETTY JIM CANON 
WAYNE CASSATT 
RICHARD CASTNER 
ALICE COLLINS 



Eagle Lake, Texas 

Voiden 

Russell, Kansas 

Des Moines, Iowa 

. Gilbert, La. 



Phi Mu 

FRANK COLLINS Gilbert, La. 

Pf Kappa Alpha 

VIRGINIA CONERLY Jackson 

Viking 

J. B. cox . , Mexia, Texas 

WALLACE COX . . 

E. G. CROTCHETT 



Ponca City, Okla, 

, Nevada, Mo. 

Vicksburg 



Koppo Alpha 



DORIS CUNNINGHAM 

Chi Omega 

ROBERT DANA Buhl, Idaho 

ALDEN DAVIS Coden, Ala. 

Kappa Alpha 

RICHARD DOYLE . . Owatonna, Minn. 

SARA ANN ELLIOTT . . . Jackson 

ROLLIN FITTS . . . Jackson 

Chi Omega 

ROBERT FOOTE Petersburg, Texas 

Kappa Sigma 

HOWARD FOLTZ Winner. S. Dak. 




Outside reading, terms 
papers, and book reports 
keep the library well popu- 
lated. Alwoys a good place 
to go if reading is one of 
your favorite pastimes, and 
if you want a little peace 
and quiet after on hour or 
so over at the Grill. 




Adair 
Allen 
Allen 
Bartlett 
Bashan 



Bauer 
Eelsher 
Bernfen 
Borchers 
Boyd 



Brown 
Brown 

Buchalfer 
Buchalter 
Bunte 



Caffey 
Caldwell 
Canaris 
Canon 
Cassatt 



Caslner 
Collins 
Collins 
Conerly 
Cox 



C rctchett 

Cunningham 
Dona 
Davis 



Doyle 
Elliott 
Fitts 
Foote 
Foltz 



Ike SOPHOMORES 



DONALD FOSTER Breckenridge Minn. 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

CLARA FOY Jackson 

Viking 

LOIS ANN FRITZ .... Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

GERALD GAFFARD . . , , Etta 

JERRY GREGG . '. Sterlington La. 

Kappa Alpha 

JULIA GOODMAN . . . Jackson 

Phi Mu 

JACK GROFF ... San Angelo, Texas 

CARL GUERNSEY Indianapolis, Ind. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

C. T, HALL Arkabutia 

T, B. HALL ..... Arkabutia 

VAN HALLMAN . . . . . Merigold 

GEORGE HAMILTON . . . Birmingham, Ala, 
A. C. HARTSON North Bergen, N. J. 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

FRANK HAVLICEK , , , Miami, Fla. 

VALARIS HICKMAN .... Leggett, Texas 
ANN HOBBS Anniston, Ala. 

Chi Omega 

BETTY HORRELL ... Jackson 

Phi Mu 

JOHN HOWARD San Antonio, Texas 

STELLA JONES . . . • . Jackson 

GEORGE KILMER El Paso, Texas 

Kappa Sigma 



THOMAS KLIEBERT 
JACK KREBS 



BETTY LANGDON 
WAYNE LA RUE 



Fi Kcppa Alpha 
Viking 



Lutcher, La. 
Wichito, Kansas 

Jackson 



Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Kappo Sigma 

Mason, Texas 

Philadelphia 

. . , Poplar Bluff, Mo. 

Meridian 
Chi Omega 

JULIA FAY MAYO ... Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

LEO MILLS Woodward, Okla. 

HELENE MINYARD . . Jackson 

Kappa Delta 



JACK LEE 

MITCHELL LUNDY . 
BOB MARTIN 
BETTY LOU MASSEY 



B. H. MOORE 


Ok 


ahoma City, Okla. 


ANN MORSE 


Chi Omega 


Jackson 


ANN MOTT 


Pi Bela Phi 


. Yazoo City 


BILL MOWREY 




Brownwood, Texas 


HELEN MURPHY 


Phi Mu 


Hattiesburg 


EVELYN MURPHY 


Phi Mu 


Hattiesburg 


MARY RUTH MURPHY 


Jackson 




Viking 




MARY ELIZA MURPHY 


Jackscn 




Kappa Delta 




NADINE McKINNON 


New Orleans, La. 




Chi Omega 






Since taking rapid notes is 
a definite part of every so- 
cial science course, the stu- 
dent is forced to work out 
his own little abbreviation 
system. The trouble comes, 
however, when you're all 
ready to study for a test and 
can't decipher them. 




Fo;tGr 
Foy 
Fritz 

GaHard 
Gregg 



Goodman 
Groff 

Guernsey 
Hall 
Hall 



Hollman 
Hamilton 
Hartson 
Havlicek 
Hickman 



Hobbs 
Horrell 
Howard 
Jones 
Kilmer 



Kliebert 
Krebs 

Lanpdon 

LaRuc 

lee 



Lundy 
Martin 
Masscy 
Mayo 
Milts 



MInyard 
Moore 
Morse 
Mott 

Mowrey 



Murphy 
Murohy 
Murphy 
Murphy 
McKinnon 



Vke SOPHOMORES 



J. S, McNEELY 
MYRA NICHOLS 



New Orleans, La. 
. Jackson 



Viking 

ROSEMARY NICHOLS . . Jackson 

V.kmg 

ROSS O'BANNION Williamsburg, Kansas 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

TASOS PAPPADAS Houston, Texas 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

GRACE MARGARET PARKER . . . Jackson 

Viking 

TROY PARKISON Florence 



RICHARD STACY . . BIythville, Ark. 

ELBERT STANLEY ... Hot Springs, Ark. 

LESLIE STEEN ... Mission, Texas 

Kappa Sigma 

BUELL STEWART Del Rio, Texas 

Koppo Sigma 

WALTER STOKES Greenville 

Kappa Alpha 

WILLIAM STUYVESTANT Rockville Centre, N. Y. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

DAVID TINCH Houston, Texas 

Lambdo Chi Alpha 



Lombda Chi Alpha 




MARY ELIZABETH TINGLE 


Jackson 


CAROLYN PICKARD .... 
PERCY POWERS 


Meridian 
Jackson 


Phi Mu 

FRANCES TOWNE , , 

Beta Sigma Omicron 


Delta, La. 


Lambda Chi Alpha 

VIRGINIA REHFELDT 


. Jackson 


MARGARET VANDIVER 

Phi Mu 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 

TOMMIE RILES , . , 


Crossett, /^rk. 


BETTY WEEMS 

Kappa Delta 


Jackson 


DONALD RHODES 


Fairbanks, La. 


JEAN WHITE 


Pickens 


Kappa Alpha 




Koppo Delta 




CATHERINE SADLER 


. Jackson 


MARION WILLIAMS 


Panola 


Kapoa Delta 




Beta Sigma Omicron 




MILDRED SCOTT . . 


. Eupora 


BERNIE WINKLER .... 


Temple, Texas 


Viking 




CHARLES WRIGHT 


Jackson 


DOUGLAS SEWELL 


Phoenix, Ariz. 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




Lambda Chi Alpha 




BARBARA WOOTON 


Madison 


ARTHUR SIMS Galveston, Texas 


Chi Omega 




THOMAS SLOUGH 


. Jackson 


BILLY YANDELL 


Vance 


Kappa Sigma 




Kappa Sigma 




HAROLD SMITH 


Alton, III. 


CLYDE YATES .... 


McAllen, Texas 


RICHARD SOULE Ccrpu; 


; Christi, Texas 


JORDAN ZESCH San 


Antonio, Texas 


Kappa Alpha 




Pi Kappa Alpha 






An accounting lab seems 
to consist of a lot of paper 
work and concentration. It's 
one of the very practical eco- 
nomic courses, which the stu- 
dent takes with an eye to 
the future.' 




McNecly 
NichoU 
Nichols 

O'Bannion 
Pappadas 



Parker 
Parkkon 
Pickard 
Powers 
Rehfcldl 



Riles 
Rhodes 
Sadler 
Scott 
Sewc 



Sims 

Slough 
Smith 
Soule 
Stocy 



Stanley 
Steen 
Stewart 
Stokes 

Stuyveslont 



Tinch 
Tingle 
Towne 

Vondiver 
Weems 



White 

Williams 
Winkler 
Wright 



Wooton 
Yandell 
Yctes 
Zesch 




OFFICERS 



JOE JENNINGS 
ANN PORTER . 
JANE WALKER 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



"lUe FRESHMII CLiSS 



The freshmen couldn't possibly hove selected a more representative person to hecid their class than 
Joe Jennings. One of the most likable personalities that the Navy has brought to Millsaps, it didn't take 
him long to be elected a Navy favorite by the Co-Eds. 

This Porter lass can always be found by the long, low whistle that fellows her wherever she goes! 
She's one of those people that took the campus by storm— and one of the reasons that sailors lose sleep! 

Walker, the Chi O with the goy way of seeming to win friends without exerting any effort at all. 
She ujed to spend most of her time agreeing and disagreeing with Fred Wright, jane is one of those 
characters that people will always recall when they think of Millsaps. 



Fage 44 



Alford 

Allen 
Allen 
Anderson 
Armstrong 
Axtell 



Bailey 
Barnes 
Bass 
Beard 
Beckworth 
Berryhill 



Bethea 
Bishop 
Blasingame 

Bolo 
Bush 
Carver 



Checkett 
Clendinning 
Conn 
Corley 
Correll 
Cresswell 



Cunningham 
Darracott 
Denson 
Doherty 
Eastman 
Ely 



Folk 
Fitzhugh 
Friend 
Galloway 
Gandy 
Griffith 



Gulledge 

Gunn 
Gussio 
Hamilton 
Hormer 
Hathorn 



Hawkins 
Hearn 
Helman 
Heron 
Hill 
Hill 




^Ue FRESHMEI 



BETTY BLAIR ALFORD . . 


Hazlehurst 


Kappa Delta 

ALBERT ALLEN 


Jackson 


Pi Kappa Delto 

CHARLES ALLEN 


Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alpha 

CLIFTON ANDERSON 


Denver, Colo. 


CATHERINE ARMSTRONG 


Jackson 


Beta Sigma Omicron 

WILNA AXTELL 


Madison 


Phi Mu 

FRANCES BAILEY 


Jackson 


Kappa Delta 

MAY ALICE BARNES 


Jackson 


Kappa Delta 

MARY BASS 


Hazlehurst 


Kappa Delta 

JOHN BEARD Oklah 


oma City, Okie. 


Koppa Sigma 

KERMIT BECKWORTH 


Savannah, Ga. 


Kappa Alpha 

LEELA FRANCES BERRYHILL 


GreenwcocI 


Beta Sigma Omicron 

WILLIAM BETHEA 


Lourel 


Kappa Sigma 

NELL BISHOP 


Forest 


Kappa Delta 

JACK BLASINGAME 


Jackson 


Kappa Alpha 

GENE BOLO 


Wood River, III. 


B. A. BUSH 


Jackson 


Pi Kappa Alpha 

KATHRYN CARVER 


Minter City 


Beta Sigma Omicron 

DONALD CHECKETT . . 


St. Louis, Mo. 


PAT CLENDINNING ^ ^ 


Jackson 


Pi Kappa Alpha 

SHIRLEY CONN 


Jackson 


ELIZABETH CORLEY 


. Raleigh 


Beta Sic,'ma Omicron 

EDWARD CORRELL 


, Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alpha 





ANN CRESSWELL Jackson 

Viking 

GENE CUNNINGHAM . .. Jackson 

Chi Omega 

VIRGINIA DARRACOTT . . Emoy 

Viking 

CHARLES DENSON . , Jackson 

GLORIA DOHERTY Hattiesburg 

Viking 

ETHEL EASTMAN Belzoni 

REBECCA ELY Vaiden 

Beto Sigma Omicron 

CAROLYN FALK . Jackson 

Viking 

EEN FITZHUGH Vicksburg 

ROSA FRIEND ' . . . Sardis 

Chi Omega 

FR/^NCES ANN GALLOWAY . . . Canto.i 

Chi Omega 

MARTHA FRANCES GANDY . . Whitfield 

BILL GRIFFITH Jackson 

BETTY GULLEDGE ..'... Jackson 

CLYDE GUNN Meridian 

EDITH GUSSIO . . Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

BETTY HAMILTON , , . Jackson 

Phi Mu 

BONNIE LEE HARMER Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

AMANDA HATHORN . . . Jackson 

Kaopa Delta 

ESTELLE HAWKINS ' ... Jackson 

Chi Omega 

BETTY HE/^RN Vicksburg 

Viking 

LOUISE HELMAN Florence 

Betci Sicma Omicron 

DUNCAN HERON " .... Jackson 

JOHN HILL . . . Jackson 

GEORGE HILL . . Jackson 

Kappa Siqma 



Evidences of math study 
are found all over the cam- 
pus; for instance, frantic fig- 
uring in the Grill, hasty 
scribbling in the lounge, and, 
as a lost resort, finishing 
home work during roll call. 




l>"X<-«.^ 




Hilton 
Holderfield 
Holliday 
Holmes 
Home 
Howell 



Humphry 
Humphry 
Jackson 
Jennings 
Jennings 
Johnson 



Jones 
Kiefer 
Lee 
Linfield 
Long 
Lovata 



Mahaffey 
Mann 
Marston 
May 
Mitchell 
Mizill 



Mockbee 
Moore 
Morgan 
Mortell 
McClure 
McColIum 



McNees 
Nichols 
Nicholcon 
Oglecbey 
Patrick 
Potterson 



Peotross 
Pellum 
Pendergraft 
Pettus 
Piltman 



Plttmon 
Pittmon 
Porter 
Powell 
Price 




Ike FRESH ME I 



HOWARD HILTON ... 


Jackson 


MICHAEL MOCKBEE . . 


. Jackson 


THOMAS HOLDERFIELD . . . 


Fairfield, Ala. 


Kappa Alpha 




BRYAN HOLLIDAY . . 


Jackson 


BILLY MOORE 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




Pi Kappa Alpha 




HUBERT HOLMES 


. Columbus 


MARGARET MORGAN 


Ferry 


Koppa Alpha 




Phi Mu 




JONNIE FAYE HORNE . , 


Amory 


JAMES MORTELL .... 


Kankakee, III. 


Chi Omega 




H. T. McCLURE . . . 


Ackermon 


ROSEMARY HOWELL . . 


Duront 






Chi Omega 




BILL McCOLLUM 


Stigler, Okla. 


EDWARD HUMPHREY 


. Indianolo 


Pi Koppa Alpha 




Kappa Alpha 




GEORGETTA McNEES 


Oryka 


EMILY HUMPHRY 


Jackson 


Kappa Delta 




Chi Omega 




CAROLYN NICHOLS 


Jackson 


EVELYN JACKSON .... 


Jackson 


Viking 




JOE JENNINGS 


Kosciusko 


JANICE NICHOLSON . . 


Jackson 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




Viking 




TINNIE JENNINGS 


Kosciusko 


FLOYD OGLESBEY 


Wichita, Kas. 


Chi Omega 




JOYCE PATRICK 


. Jackson 


ELEANOR JOHNSON 


. Harriston 


Phi Mu 




Kappa Delta 




WILLIAM PATTERSON " 


Salisbury, N. C. 


ERNEST JONES 


Laurel 


Pi Kappa Alpha 


Kappa Alpha 




MARY ELIZABETH PEATROSS 


Jackson 


FRANK KIEFER 


Bay St. Louis 


Chi Omega 

LAURA RUTH PELLUM 




VIRGINIA LEE 


. Jonestown 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




Viking 




MARY LINFIELD , . 


, Gulfport 


PATSY PENDERGRAFT 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




Kappa Delta 




BETTY JANE LONG 


. . Meridian 


GWEN PETTUS 


Jackson 


Viking 




Ph. Mu 




ALBERT LOVATA 


Denver, Colo. 


BETTY SUE PITTMAN . . 


Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alpha 




Viking 

FRANCES PITTMAN . . 




JOHN MAHAFFEY 


Pascagoula 


. Jackson 


WILLIAM MANN . . 


Carthage 


Viking 




Kappa Sigma 




OCIE PITTMAN 


Waco, Texas 


RAYMOND MARSTON 


Jackson 


Pi Koppa Alpha 




MIRIAM MAY . . 


Florence 


ANN PORTER 


Jackson 


Beta Sigma Omicron 




Chi Omega 




MERLYN MITCHELL 


Columbia 


CATHERINE POWELL 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




Viking 




PAT MIZILL 


Jackson 


FRANCES ROSE PRICE 


Madison 


Kappa Delta 




Kappa Delta 





This job requires concen- 
tration, steady nerves, much 
time, and endurance. How- 
ever, this does not seem to 
diminish the number of stu- 
dents taking the course— at 
least at the beginning of the 
semester! 




Price 
Ray 
Read 
Reedy 
Richardson 
Ricks 



Ridgwoy 

Robertson 
Saucier 
Schwem 
Selph 



Shomoker 



Simpson 
Skidmore 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 



Stebbins 
Stipe 
Stoket 
Stone 
Stringer 
Thomas 



Todd 
Turnbow 
Ulmer 
Utiey 
Van Hook 
Walker 



Walker 

Watkins 
Weathers 
Welsh 
West 
Whitehead 



Whitley 
Wilkerson 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 



Willingham 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Yerger 
Ziglar 




Vke FRESHMEI 



ALICIA LA NELL PRICE ^ . 


Moss Point 


Beta Sigma Omicron 

ROBERT RAY Eupora 


Pi Kappa Alpha 

ESTHER READ 


Drew 


Kappa Delta 

LETTIE LEE REEDY 


Jackson 


CHARLOTTE RICHARDSON ^ 


Belzoni 


Beta Sigma Omicron 

CAROLYN RICKS McComb 


Chi Omega 

MARY RIDGWAY 


Jockson 


Kappa Delta 

BROOKS ROBERTSON 


Jackson 


Pi Koppo Alpha 

ERNESTINE SAUCIER 


New Orleans, La. 


Kappa Delta 

EDWANNA SCHWEM 


Natchez 


Phi Mu 

DOROTHY SELPH 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 

GORDEN SHOMAKER 


Pueblo, Colo. 


J. T. SIMPSON . . 


. Jackson 


MARY LOU SKIDMORE . . 


Jackson 


ANITA SMITH , . . 


Meridian 


CARLOS SMITH ... 


. . Biloxi 


JOYCE SMITH , , , 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 

KARL SMITH . . . 


Phenix City, Ala. 


JANE STEBBINS ... 


Atlanta, Go. 


Kappa Delta 

EUGENE STIPE 


Savanna, Okla. 


JAMES STOKES 


Durant 


Kappa Alpha 

MARY JANE STONE 


Okoiona 


Chi Omega 

FRED STRINGER 


Jackson 


Pi Kappa Alpha 





JULIETTE THOMAS 


Viking 


Yazoo City 


CHARLINE TODD 


Kappa Delta 


Jackson 


JEAN TURNBOW 


Chi Omega 


Jackson 


MILDRED ULMER 


Phi Mu 


Kansas City, Mo. 


MARY EDITH UTLEY 


Jackson 




Kappa Delta 




ALMA VAN HOOK 


Chi Omega 


Jackson 


JANE WALKER 


Chi Omega 


Sanatorium 


EVELYN WALKER 


Kappa Delta 


Jackson 


ROSE WATKINS 


Kappa Delta 


Dixon 


B. L. WEATHERS 




. West Point 


ELIZABETH WELSH 


Chi Omega 


. Philadelphia 


CHAPMAN WEST 




Jackson 


JUARENE WHITEHEAD 


Baton Rouge, La. 


Bet 


a Sigma Omicron 


HENRY WHITLEY 




Birmingham, Ala. 


GERALDINE WILKERSON 


Jackson 


Bet 


a Sigma Omicron 


JANIE WILLIAMS 




Jackson 


JOHN WILLIAMS 




Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alphc 




FRANCES WILLIAMS 


Philadelphia 




Chi Omega 




JANE WILLINGHAM 


Jackson 




Phi Mu 




ROBERT WILSON 




Philadelphia, Pa. 


LYNDELL WILSON 


Chi Omega 


Greenville 


MALVINA YERGER 


Chi Omega 


Jackson 


HILAY ZIGLAR 




Yazoo City 



The physical education 
classes leave the girls sore 
for weeks until they get used 
to it. However, the real fun 
begins when they con get 
out on the tennis court and 
baseball diamond and really 
"let go." 




11. s. yn 




Lt. Harold G. Leffler, Commanding Officer 



Lt. L. J. Nason, Executive Officer 




Left to Right: Lt. J. A. Simp- 
son, Dental Officer; Daniel 
Poole, Ph.M. 1/c; Edith East- 
erling, Ph.M. 2 'c; Alfred Bris- 
son, Ph.M. 3 c; Lt. John B. 
Murphy, Medical Officer. 



M2 OIT cdmiUkU 





Left to Right, First Row: Lt. (jg) Mary Elizabeth Thompson; 
Ensign Idelle D. Sullens . . . Second Row: Joan E. Pfau, 
S.K. 1 /c; Margaret H. Robinson, SK. 1 /c; Doris E. Mc- 
Eachen, S.K. 3/c . . . Third Row: Mary Etta Kilpa trick, 
Clarence P. Gandy, S.K. 1 /c 



Chief William O'Conner 



Left to Right: Lt. C. A. An- 
drews, Athletic Officer; James 
Haddock, Sp. 3/c; Wallace 
Bost, Sp. 2/c; William Strut- 
ton, Sp. 2/c 





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COMPMl OFFICERS 

and 

SPOISORS 




BATTALION COMMANDER 

ALDEN DAVIS 



COMPANY COMMANDER 

JOHN HOWARD 

COMPANY SPONSOR 

MADELEINE PAGE 





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COMPANY COMMANDER 

BOB MARTIN 

COMPANY SPONSOR 

DALE BURNHAM 




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First Row: Frances Alexander, Bub Allen, Kitty Applewhlle, Sam Barefield, Peggy Carr. Second Row: Nelle Craig, 
Frances Herring, Dale Jonssen, Ann Miller, Madeleine Page. Third Row: Nino Hczel Reeves, Winnifred Seegers, Mary 

Nell Sells, Ann Spitchley, Dorothy Webster. 



STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD 

THEY LOOK OUT FOR THEIR MILLSAPS FLOCK- 



OFFICERS 



DALE JANSSEN 
MADELEINE PAGE 
ANN SPITCHLEY 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



The personification of cur Student Body Constitution is found in this group of selected students. 
On their shoulders rests the task of governing, regulating, and improving vvhen necessary the affairs 
of the students. They draw up the social calendar for the organizations, inaugurate the student 
body elections, and deal v^ith any problems which miglit arise during the college year. 



Frances Alexander 
Bub Allen 
Kitty Applewhite 
Sam Barefield 
Peggy Carr 



MEMBERS 

Nelle Craig 
Bill Dement 
Frances Herring 
Dale Janssen 
Ann Miller 
Madeleine Page 



Nina Hazel Reeves 
Winnifred Seegers 
Mary Nell Sells 
Ann Spitchley 
Dorothy Webster 



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THE WOMEI'S COUMIL 

THEY INSURE A SQUARE-DEAL FOR THE CO-EDS- 
OFFICERS 

CHARLINE GERRARD President 

ANN MILLER Vice-President 

NELLE CRAIG Secretary-Treasurer 

The happy medium between the co-eds and the faculty, this group vcices the "yeas" and "nays" 
as to what the laws to be abided by shall be. The Council is comprised of representatives from 
each sorority and organization en the campus and promotes incentives for obeying rules and 
keeping peace. 

MEMBERS 

Nolle Craig Frances Herring Mary Ruth Murphy 

Charline Gerrard Lillian Johnson Edna Earle Williams 

Ann Miller 

First Row: Nelle Craig, Charline Gerrard, Ffances Herring, Lillian Joiinson. Second Row: Ann Miller, Mary Ruth Murphy, 

Edna Eorle Williams. 




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First Row: Sam Barefield, Jennie Vee Brooks, Peggy Carr. Nelle Craig. Second Row: Fanny Houghton, Cornelio Hegman, 
Frances Herring, Dole Jonssen. Third Row: Loel Jones, Mary Ruth Murphy, Nino Hazel Reeves, Mary Nell Sells, Clifton 

Shroder. 



THE CHRISTIM mUli 

LOOK TO THE CHRISTIAN COUNCIL FOR SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE- 
OFFICERS 

SAM BAREFIELD President 

MARY NELL SELLS Vice-President 

FANNY HAUGHTON Secretary 

CORNELIA HEGMAN Treasurer 

One of the most successful of the annual Religious Emphasis Weeks was the achievement of 
the Christian Council this year. Due tc their efforts, the character of the Millsaps student is guided 
along the right path. The successful Sunday evening Vesper Services are another of their beneficial 
contributions. 



Sam Barefield 
Jannie Vee Brooks 
Peggy Carr 
Nelle Craig 
Bill Dement 



MEMBERS 

Fannie Houghton 
Cornelia Hegman 
Frances Herring 
Dale Janssen 
Lael Jones 



Mary Ruth Murphy 
Nina Hazel Reeves 
Mary Nell Sells 
Clifton Shrader 



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BiPTIST STUDENT IIIIOI 

LENDS A HELPING HAND TO BAPTIST STUDENTS- 



OFFICERS 

JANNIE VEE BROOKS President 

NELL BISHOP First Vice-President 

BETTY HORRELL ' . Second Vice-President 

IRENE WHITE , Third Vice-President 

FRANCES ASHLEY Secretary-Treasurer 

RUTH PELLUM Sunday School Representative 

JANE STEBBINS B. T. U. Representative 

DOROTHY JONES Reporter 

GEORGETTA McNEESE Magazine Chairman 

The B.S.U. banded together to orient Baptist students at the beginning of the year and hove 
shewn in more than one instance their ability to carry on an effective and organized program 
of activity. Theirs is on enviable unity and one that is worthy of praise. 



Frances Ashley 
Nell Bishop 
Jannie Vee Brooks 



MEMBERS 

Betty Horrell 
Dorothy Jones 
Georgette McNeese 



Ruth Pellum 
Jane Stebbins 
Irene White 



First Row: Frances Ashley, Nell 



Bishop, Jannie Vee Brooks, Betty Horrell, Second Row; Dorothy Jones, Georgetto 
McNeese, Ruth Pellum, .Jane Stebbins, Irene White. 








Poge 61 




First Row: Jannre Vee Brook«, Nelle Craig, Lennie Crawford, Rebecca Ely, lo\< Ann Fritz. Second Row: Frances Herring, 
Lillian Johnson, Mary Ruth Murphy, Pctsy Pendergraft, Mary Nell Sells, Roberta Stewart. 

\. W. C. A. 

FROM "PERSONALITY COURTS" TO "CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGNS"- 



OFFICERS 

FRANCES HERRING . President 

NELLE CRAIG ' . . . Vice-President 

LENNIE CRAWFORD Secretary 

MARY RUTH MURPHY Treasurer 

PATSY PENDERGRAFT World Affairs 

JANNIE VEE BROOKS Program Cfiairman 

MARY NELL SELLS Compus-Cfiurcfn Relations 

LILLIAN JOHNSON Social Chairman 

REBECCA ELY Social Service 

ROBERTA STEWART House Chairman 

LOIS ANN FRITZ Publicity 

The commendable achievements of this organization are numerous. Their annual Christmas 
party for the orphans was a big success, and their sponsoring of the "clean-up campaign" on the 
campus emphasized their ability. Also, something new around Millsaps was their idea of raising 
money through promoting the "personality court." With each vote ccsting a penny, don't think 
they didn't encourage the stuffing of the ballot box! 



Jannie Vee Brocks 
Nelle Craig 
Lennie Crawford 
Rebecca Ely 



MEMBERS 

Lois Ann Fritz 
Frances Herring 
Lillian Johnson 



Mary Ruth Murphy 
Patsy Pendergraft 
Mary Nell Sells 
Roberta Stewart 



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IITERMTIOilL RELITIOIS CLliB 

THE INITIATES PERFORM NATIVE DANCES- 



OFFICERS 



KITTY APPLEWHITE 
FRANCES ALEX/^NDER 



President 
Secretary-Treasurer 



If the powers that be would turn the world problems over to the members of this organiza- 
tion, things would be in 4.0 order once more. Their open forum was something different and a 
big success. Noted for their varied speakers and topics, and notorious for their initiations, the 
I. R. C. offers promising histcrians and economists of tomorrow. 



Frances Alexander 
Kitty Applewhite 
Sam Barefield 
Dole Burnham 
Miss Louise Cutrer 



MEMBERS 

Dorothy Eady 
Prof. James Ferguson 
Carl Guernsey 
Catherine Hoirstcn 
Fanny Houghton 



Johnny Howard 
Mrs. Ralph Jones 
Maxyne Madden 
Dr. Ross Moore 
Doug Sewell 



Firrt Row: Frances Alexander, Kitty Applewhite, Sam Barefield, Dole Burnham, Miss Louise Cutrer. Second Row: Dorothy 
Eody, Carl Guernsey, Catherine Hairston, Fanny Houghton, Johnny Howard. Third Row: Mrs. Ralph Jones, Maxyne 

Madden, Dr. Ross Moore, Doug Sewell. 




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Fir<t Row: Sam 
Alvin King, 



Barefield, A. E. Davis, Bob Ferguson, John Howard, Dale Jan*«en, Lael Jones. Second Row: Professor 
Lieutenant Harold LeHler, Dr. Ross Moore, Lieutenant L. J. Nason, Dr. W. E. Riecken, Dr. M. L. Smith. 



OMICROf DELTl KlPPl 



THE B. M. O. C.'s IN EVERY WAY- 



OFFICERS 

SAM BAREFIELD President 

DR. ROSS MOORE Secretary-Treasurer 



The identifying gold key rrarks the ODK member and symbolizes the pinnacle of achievement. 
This national leadership society for men was founded in 191 4 and has increased its notional respect 
and has been doing big things ever since. To be a memiber is to hove outstanding ability 
in every field of activity. 



Sam Barefield 
A. E. Davis 
Bob Ferguson 
John Hovi'ard 
Dale Janssen 



MEMBERS 

Lael Jones 
Prof. Alvin King 
Lt. Harold Leffler 
Dr. Ross Mcore 
Lt. L. J. Nason 



Harvey Newell 
Dr. W. E. Riecken 
Dr. M. L. Smith 
Jim Wroten 



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SIGMl LilMBDil 

THEY CAN OBTAIN ANYTHING FROM A FERRIS WHEEL TO A HULA SKIRT- 



OFFICERS 

NINA HAZEL REEVES President 

NELLE CRAIG ■. . . Vice-President 

MARY NELL SELLS . . .' Secretary-Treasurer 



Any problem from running o Varsity Show to a carnival is not too big for these BWOC's to 
handle. They are the instigators of drives for improvements and recommendations of improvements 
for the school. To be a member of such an organization is the highest honor a girl at Millsops 
can achieve. 



Frances Alexander 
Jonnie Vee Brooks 
Nelle Craig 
Miss Elizabeth Craig 
Mrs. M. Goodman 



MEMBERS 

Fannie Houghton 
Mrs. Ralph Jones 
Maxyne Madden 
Nina Hazel Reeves 
Winnifred Seegers 



Mary Nell Sells 
Mrs. M. L. Smith 
Mrs. Mary Stone 
Elvo Thorp 
Edna Earle Williams 



First Row: Frances Alexonder, Jannie Vee Brooks, Nelle Craig, Fannie Houghton, Mrs. Ralph Jones, Maxyne Madden. 
Second Row; Nina Hazel Reeves, Winnifred Seegers, Mary Nell Sells, Mrs. M. L. Smith, Mrs. Mary Stone, Elvo Tharp, 

Edna Earle Williams. 




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First Row: Jonnie Vee Brooks, Morjorie Burdsal, Dr. J. A. Fincher, Nino Bess Goss, Elizoberh Lloyd. Second Row: Ocie 
Pittmon, Dr. J. B. Price, Ernest Rathell, Dr. W. E. Riecken, Winnifred Seegers. Third Row: Dr. J. M. Sullivan, EIvq Thorp, 

Joe Wiggins, Jean White. 



ILPHA EPSILOI DELTA 

SOMEDAY YOU MIGHT BE ONE OF THEIR PATIENTS- 



OFFICERS 

JOE WIGGINS President 

MARJORIE BURDSAL Vice-President 

WINNIFRED SEEGERS Secretary-Treasurer 

Here are found our future pfiysicians, and adding to their cumulative knowledge are the lec- 
tures at their bi-monthly meetings. Because these are the eager beavers of the laboratory, they 
will doubtless prove their worth in the future medical fields. 



Jannie Vee Brooks 
Morjorie Burdsal 
Dr. J. A. Fincher 
Prof. C. 8. Galloway 
Nina Bess Goss 



MEMBERS 

Elizabeth Lloyd 
Ocie Pittmon 
Dr. J. B. Price 
Ernest Rathell 
Dr. W. E. Riecken 



Winnifred Seegers 
Dr. J. M. Sullivan 
Elva Tharp 
Joe Wiggins 
Jean White 



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THETl lU SIGMil 

THEIR PROGRAM MIGHT INCLUDE MATH, ASTRONOAAY, OR CHEMISTRY- 



OFFICERS 



WINNIFRED SEEGERS 

JACK THOMAS . 
CLARA POY . . .• 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 



Net just one, but all the sciences comprise t.ie interests of this group. A comparatively new 
honcrory on the campus, the organization has grown by leaps and bounds and proved a valuable 
asset to the interest of general science. 



Roland Borchers 

M. N. Brown 

Beryline Davis 

Dr. J. A. Fincher 

Clara Foy 

Prof. C. B. Galloway 



MEMBERS 

Nina Bess Goss 
Prof. G. L. Harrell 
Robert Jenssen 
Dorothy Jones 
Mrs. Ralph Jones 
Edgar Juell 
Ocie Pittman 



Dr. J. B. Price 
Dr. W. E. Riecken 
Winnifred Seegers 
Jack Thomas 
Jean White 
Joe Wiggins 



First Row: Roland Borchers, M. N. Brown, Beryline Davis, Dr. J. A. Fincher, Clara Foy, Nina Bess Goss. Second Row: 

Professor G. L. Horrell, Robert Janssen, Dorothy Jones, Mrs. Ralph Jones, Edgar Juell, Ocie Pittman. Third Row: Dr. 

J. B. Price, Mr. W. E. Riecken, Winnifred Seegers, Jean White, Joe Wiggins. 




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First Row: Kitty Applewhite, Martha Braun, Ann Brien, Betty Jo Brown, Flossie Conine, Nelle Craig, Mildred Ellis. 
Second Row: Charlene Gerrord, Fannie Houghton, Professor R. R. Hayne?, Frances Herring, Lillian Johnson, Moxyne 
Madden, Brownell Maxwell. Third Row: Nina Hazel Reeves, Mary Nell Sells, Miriam Stamps, Marguerite Stanley, Mury 

Strohecker, Dorothy Webster. 



RlPPi DELTi EPSILOI 

THEY POINT WITH PRIDE TO THEIR PUPILS- 



OFFICERS 



BROWNELL MAXWELL 
KITTY APPLEWHITE 
FANNY HAUGHTON 
NINA HAZEL REEVES 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Foretelling of many "apples for the teacher" is this group of co-eds v/ho are our future 
educators. This professional education honorary is under the capable guidance of Professor 
Haynes and seeks to encourage higher standards of scholastic leadership and interests. 



Kitty Applewhite 
Martha Broun 
Ann Brien 
Betty Jo Brown 
Flossie Conine 
Nelle Craig 
Mildred Ellis 



MEMBERS 

Charlene Gerrard 
Fannie Houghton 
Frances Herring 
Lillian Johnson 
Maxyne Madden 
Brownell Maxwell 



Nina Hazel Reeves 
Mary Nell Sells 
Miriam Stamps 
Marguerite Stanley 
Mary Strohecker 
Dorothy Webster 
Prof. R. R, Haynes 



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CHI DELTi 

THEY LIKE TO ASK INITIATES TO RECITE THE VOCABULARY LIST- 



OFFICERS 

FRANCES ALEXANDER .... President 

ANN BRIEN Vice-President 

CATHERINE HAIRSTON Secretary-Treasurer 



The future Margaret Mitchells, Louisa M. Alcotts, and Dorothy Thompsons are found here. 
They enjoy discussing works ranging from "Forever Amber" to the "Encyclopedia Britannica" and 
have long been fomous for their initiations and programs. 



Frances Alexander 
Ann Brien 
Jannie Vee Brooks 
Peggy Carr 



MEMBERS 

Nelle Craig 
Miss Elizabeth Craig 
Mrs. M. Goodman 
Catherine Hairston 
lilliun Johnson 



Carol Steen 
Mrs. Mary Stone 
Mary Strohecker 
Dorothy Webster 



First Row; Frances Alexander, Ann Brien, Jannie Vee Brook;, Peggy Corr, ts'eile Craig. Second Row: Cottierine Hairston, 
Lillian Joflnson, Carol Steen, Mrs. Mary S one, Mary Strohecker, Dorothy Webster. 




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First Row: Peggy Corr, Mrs. Ralph Jones, Roberta Stewart. Second Row: Dorothy Webster, Irene White, Professor Rolf 

Wubbles. 



PI KAPPA DELTA 

THE ACME OF A DEBATER'S CAREER 



OFFICERS 



IRENE WHITE ^ . 
BOB BATES 
ROBERTA STEWART 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Pi Kappa Delta has a big job in providing material, infcrmaticn and mcney for debate 
trips. In order to be tapped into this crganizaticn, the student must have participated in two 
intercollegiate debates and given premise of becoming an asset to Alpha chapter. It is a 
national organization having m.onthly meetings and bi-annual initiations. 



Bob Bates 
Peggy Carr 



MEMBERS 

Mrs. Ralph Jones 
Roberta Stev^'ort 
Dorothy Webster 



Irene White 

Prof. Rolf Wubbles 



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DEBATE CLUB 

THEY "DISAGREE" AT EVERY MEETING 

OFFICERS 

DOROTHY WEBSTER President 

BOB BATES Vice-President 

PEGGY GARR Secretoiy-Tieasuter 

The Debate Club is one of the most active organizations on the campus. They come out 
second place in the Mid-South Tournament and have two intercollegiate debates with the Uni- 
versity of Mississippi. They meet bi-nicnthly, and usually hold a debate at each meeting, 

MEMBERS 

Bob Botes Rosemary Hcwell Dorothy Webster 

Peggy Corr Marilyn Mitchell Irene White 

D. D. Coon Ann Mott Prof. Rolf Wubbles 

Carl Guernsey Roberta Stewart 

First Row: Peggy Carr, Carl Guernsey, Rofemary Howell, Marilyn Mitchell. Second Row; Ann Mott, Roberta Stewart, 

Dorothy Webster, Irene White, Professor Rolf Wubbles. 

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FRANCES ALEXANDER 
Editor 



To the overage reader the 1945 BOBASHELA might not appear to have a theme, hovifever, it 
has a very definite one. A theme which perhaps is not obvious, but which is a sincere and simple 
thought. I have tried to make it an annual which you, the students, will enjoy as much in ten years 
as I hope you do now. I have tried to use pictures which will represent various phases of your 
college years and which will recall countless memories at a glance. I have tried to make this year 
book on honest record of life at Millsaps. 

The staff could not have accomplished this without Duncan Heron and his wonderful photography 
work. Almost without exception, his are the snapshots which bring life and meaning to the BOBASHELA. 
It has meant a lot of hard work and time, but I think you'll agree the results are worth it. I am grateful 
to many people fcr the assistance they have given. To Dr. Ross Moore for being on always helpful 
advisor, to Bub Allen for doing all of the work on an excellent sports section, to the Chi O pledges 
fcr distributing proofs, to the class editors, to Theo Stovall for her clever art work, to Patsy Render- 
graft for conducting an election, and so on, to many people which limited space will not permit mention. 

Again let me soy that I hope you enjoy this annual. I hope it will not be one which will be 
shelved after a glance and left to accumulate dust for a generation. If I have put across my theme 
idea, I have accomplished my purpose. 



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B0BlSHELil..l{l45 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



FRANCES ALEXANDER 
DOROTHY JONES 
DALE JANSSEN 
DUNCAN HERON . 
RICHARD ALLEN 
NINA HAZEL REEVES 
THEO STOVALL . . 



Editor 

Civilian Assistant Editor 

Navy Assistant Editor 

. Photographic Editor 

Sports Editor 

Intramural Editor 

. Art Editor 



LILLIAN JOHNSON 
MAXYNE MADDEN 
ROLLIN FITTS , . 
ANN SPITCHLEY 
MADELEINE PAGE 
NELLE CRAIG 
FLORA GIARDINA 



. Senior Class Editoi 

, Junior Class Editor 

Sophomore Class Editor 

Freshman Class Editor 

Social Organizations Editor 

Honorarios 

Clubs 



KITTY APPLEWHITE , 
CORNELIA HEGMAN 
HELENE MINYARD 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Business Manager JOELYON DENT 

Asst. Business Manager REBECCA BUFKIN 

Advertising Manager BETTY JO BROWN 



Circulation Mantiger 

Asst. Advertising Manager 

Organization Manager 



KITTY APPLEWHITE 
Business Manacer 




1U PURPLE and 



Pick up any copy of this year's P & W and you will see why Millsops has reason to be proud of 
the paper and its staff. Due to the war and paper shortage, it has been published only every other 
week, but the anticipation for the "Finger of Scorn," renowned for and wide, has remained the same. 
The Navy brought in much talent to add to the promising abilities already discovered, and is to be 
especially congratulated on their Navy edition. John Malone is doing a fine job as Managing Editor. 
Catherine Hairston has the hair raising task of seeing that the paper is filled with up-to-the minute 
news, while Carl Guernsey must keep "on the ball" figuring out new feature story angles. All in all, 
publishing a paper is hard work, which bcth the business and editorial staffs are handling well. 




BILLY MOORE 

has done a swell job of keeping 
the P & W "in the chips." Seeing 
that there are enough ads to fill the 
allotted space every week becomes 
a major problem to the Business 
Manoger, however Billy has shown 
that he can solve it almost without 
effort. 



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WHITE 



Being sure that enough good copy has met 
the deadline is just one of Peggy's worries. She 
must help moke the paper up, to be sure that 
the headlines are peppy and moke sense, write 
editorials, and attend to a thousand other things. 
Peggy has done all of this, and done it well. 
Ycu need no better proof than to watch that 
stack of P & W's disappear from the office every 
other Friday. 



STAFF 



PEGGY CARR 
BILLY MOORE , . 
JOHN MALONE 
CATHRINE HAIRSTON 
CARL GUERNSEY . 
BUB ALLEN . . . 
JULIA GOODMAN 
NINA HAZEL REEVES 



Editor-in-Chief 

Businers Manager 

Managing Editor 

. News Editor 

Feature Editor 

Sports Editor 

Society Editor 

Copy Editor 




PEGGY CARR 
Editor-in-Chief 



BETTIE HORRELL . ... . . Proof Editor 



NEWS STAFF: Frances Ann Galloway, Edith 
Gussio, Wilna Axtell, Bettie Weems, Frances Rose 
Price, Margaret Morgan, Mildred Ellis, Ruth Pellum, 
Jonnie Faye Home, Doris Cunningham, Ann Cress- 
well, Martha Braun, Sara Elliott, Betty Hamilton, 
Mary Elizabeth Peatross, Janie Williams. 

FEATURE STAFF: Mary Ethel Nay, Roberta 
Stewart, Dorothy Webster, Mary Strohecker, Mar- 
gie Mounger, Ann Brien. 



SOCITEY STAFF: Jane Wnlkcr, Hclcnc Min- 
yard, Martha Braun, Annie Ruth Walker. 

BUSINESS STAFF: Dale Burnham, Dot Jones, 
Joelyon Dent. 

TYPISTS: Jean Turnbcw, Ann Henry, Edwano 
Schwem, Ann Miller, Juanita Bush. 

CIRCULATION MANAGER: Fannie Houghton. 



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OFFICERS 



NELLE CRAIG . . 

BOB FERGUSON 
MARY NELL SELLS 
GERALDINE WILKERSON 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Reporter 



LAEL JONES Business Manager 



"Pop" King has led the Millsaps Singers through 
another successful year. He has always believed 
in "practice makes perfect," and the results show 
that "Pop" knows what he's 'talkin' 'bout." 



MR. ALVIN J. KING 



Although trips for the Singers have become a thing of the past, they have found plenty to do at 
home. The annual performance of Handel's MESSIAH, jointly sponsored by Millsaps College and 
Central High School, was given at Christmas. In February the Singers gave a concert at the Sunday 
verper program, journeyed as far as Foster General to sing in the wards, and sang at a faculty 
banquet. At the time of this writing the Singers have plans to present Gounod's oratorio, THE RE- 
DEMPTION, and will sing at the May concert of the Jackson Symphony Orchestra. 



MEMBERS 



Joyce Adair 
Betty Blair Alford 
Wilma Axtell 
Sam Barefield 
Leela Berryhill 
Nell Bishop 
Martha Braun 
Dorothy Coffey 
Flossie Connine 
Nelle Craig 
Lennie Crawford 
Charles Denson 
R. C. Doyle 
Ethel Eastman 



Rebecca Ely 
Bob Ferguson 
Howard Foltz 
Flora Giordina 
Bill Griffith 
Clyde Gunn 
Amanda Hathorn 
Dorothy Hathorn 
Cornelia Hegmon 
Frances Herring 
Rosemary Howell 
Eleanor Johnson 
Dorothy Jones 
Lael Jones 



Elaine Keary 
Julia Fay Mayo 
Helene Minyard 
Betty McBride 
Carolyn McKewen 
Georgetta McNeese 
Mary Ethel Nay 
Myro Nichols 
Rosemary Nichols 
Bob Ray 
Jack Ratcliff 
Esther Read 
Leftie Lee Reedy 
Virginia Rehfeldt 



Mary Ridgeway 
Grace Parker 
Mary Nell Sells 
Jane Stebbins 
Mary E. Tingle 
Annie Ruth Walker 
Jane V\/alker 
Evelyn Walker 
Rose Watkins 
Peggy Weppler 
Geraldine Wilkerson 



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LUP SIHERS 




First Row Adair Alford, Axtell, Barefield, Berrvhill, Bishop, Broun, Coffey, Connine. Second Row: Croic, Crowford, Den:on, Doyle, Eastman, 

Ely Fergu-on Foltz, Giordino. Third Row: Griffith, Gunn, Hothorn, Hothorn, Hegman, Herring, Howell, Johnson, Jones. Fourth Row: Jones, 

Keary Mayo, Minycrd, McBride, McKewen, McNeere, Nichols, Nichols. Fifth Row: Ray, Rctcliff, Read, Reedy, Rehfeldt, Ridgeway, Porker, Sells. 

Sixth Row: Stebbin:, Tingle, Walker, Walker, Walker, Walkins, Weppler, Wilkerson. 




First Row: Applewhite, Broun, Brown, Brooks, Burdsal, Burnhom, Burh. Second Row: Chothcm, Crcig, Dent, Eady, Fritz, Henry, 
Horrell. Third Row: Johnson. Keary, Mayo, Maxwell, McKewen, Miller, Mounger. Fourth Row: Murphv, Page, Reeves, Sells, 

Stamps, Ston'ey, Weppler. 



IJORETTE CLO 

BEAUTY, BRAINS, BRAWN, AND STUNT NIGHT 



MADELEINE PAGE 
BETTY JO BROWN 
MARY NELL SELLS 
NINA HAZEL REEVES 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Intramural Chairmcin 



The Majorette Club is the girls' athletic organization that dees its port to contribute to campus 
activities. This club recognizes the girls that ore most outstanding both in intramural and college sports. 
It sponsors the girls' intramurois en the campus and is especially noted for the presentation of the 
annual stunt night. 



MEMBERS 



Kitty Applwhite 
Martha Braun 
Betty Jo Brown 
Jannie Vee Brooks 
Margie Burdsal 
Dale Burnham 
Juanita Bush 
Sara Chatham 



Nelle Craig 
Billie Jean Dear 
Joelycn Dent 
Dorothy Eady 
Lois Ann Fritz 
Anne Henry 
Betty Horrell 



Lillian Johnson 
Elain Keary 
Julia Fay Mayo 
Brownell Maxwell 
Carolyn McKewen 
Ann Miller 
Margie Mounger 



Mary Ruth Murphy 
Madeleine Page 
Nina Hazel Reeves 
Mary Nell Sells 
Miriam Stamps 
Marguerite Stanley 
Peggy Weppler 



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KITTY APPLEWHITE . . . JANNIE VEE BROOKS . . . NELLE CRAIG 

DALE JANSSEN . . . LAEL JONES . . . NINA HAZEL REEVES 

WINNIFRED SEEGERS , , , MARY NELL SELLS 





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BEAUTIES 




FRANCES ALEXANDER 



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Joe "Casanova" Jennings and Alden "Pin-up boy" Davis. 



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First Row: Richard Allen, Sam Barefield, Fred Eaves, Dale Janssen. Second Row: Erne't Rathell, Clifton Shrader, Joe Wiggins, 

Fred Wright. 



M E r S P 1 1 ■ II E L I E 1 1 C 



OFFICERS 

RICHARD ALLEN President 

SAM BAREFIELD Vice-President 

ERNEST RATHELL Secretary-Treasurer 



Fraternal spirit and social hormony among fraternities as a whole are the goals of the Men's 
Pan-Hllenic, and they have done much toward attaining that goal. The cooperation commanded by 
them is the firm foundation of the unity found present in the fraternal organizations. 







MEM3ERS 




Richord Allen 


Fred Eaves 


Ernest Rathell 


Joe Wiggins 


Sam Barefield 


Dale Janssen 


Clifton Shrader 


Fred Wright 



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First Row: Kitty Applewhite, Nelle Craig, June Eckert, Ann Henry. Second Row; Lillian Johnpon, Julia Foye Mayo, Madeleine 

Poqe, Virginia Rehfeldt. 



WOMEFS POHILLEHC 

OFFICERS 

NELLE CRAIG President 

ANN HENRY ^ Vice-President 

LILLIAN JOHNSON Secretary 

MADELEINE PAGE Treasurer 

No one can deny that the socials sponsored at Bailey High by the Women's Pan-Hellenic will long 
be remembered by both civilians and Navy. These sociols hove done perhaps more than any other one 
thing in spreading good will and in uniting the sororities. 

MEMBERS 

Kitty Applewhite June Eckert Lillian Johnson Madeleine Page 

Nelle Craig Ann Henry Julio Fay Mayo Virginia Rehfeldt 

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ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

NELLE CRAIG 
President 

LOIS ANN FRITZ 
Vice-President 

WINNIFRED SEEGERS 
Secretary 

FRANCES HERRING 
Treasurer 



Founded— University of Missouri, December 12, 1 
Established at Millsaps— September 1, 1926 



COLORS: Ruby and Pinl< 



FLOWERS: Richmond and Killarney Roses 



Publication; "THE URN" 



A new chapter room was all these gals needed to inspire them on to greater things. Berryhill 
fcllowed in her sister's footsteps by becoming a campus personality. Herring was recently elected to 
Sigma Lambda, and Eady maintains her amazingly high grades. Favorites elected were Berryhill, 
Stanley, and Williams. Herring and Craig are top officers in Y.W.C.A. and Nelle is also the capable 
president of both Women's Pan-Hellenic and Millsaps Singers. Seegers and Craig were elected to 
"Who's Who," and Louise Blumer added Helman to her name. Keary never fails to have something 
gay to say, and Ely and Braun ore two of the friendliest gals on the campus. 



MEMBERS 



Catherine Armstrong 
Leela Frances Berryhi 
Martha Jane Braun 
Kathryn Carver 
Elizabeth Corley 
Nelle Craig 
Dorothy Eady 



Rebecca Ely 
Pat Flinn 
Lois Ann Fritz 
Nino Bess Goss 
Frances Gray 
Bonnie Lee Harmer 
Louise Helman 
Frances Herring 



Elaine Keary 
Ruth Langley 
Elizabeth Lloyd 
Miriam May 
Julio Fay Mayo 
LaNelle Price 
Charlotte Richardson 
Frances Tcwne 



Winnifred Seegers 
Marguerite Stanley 
Juarne Whitehead 
Geraldine Wilkerson 
Edna Earle Williams 
Marion Williams 
Dorothy Wright 



MRS. TED MALONE IS A BETA SIG 



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BETl SlGMil OMIOROI 




Fir't Row: C. Armstrong, L F. Berryhill, M, Broun, K. Carver, E. Corley. Second Row: N. Craig, D. Eady, R. Ely, 

L. A, Fritz, N. B. Gos5. Third Row: B. L. Harmer, L. Helmon, F. Herring, E. Kecry, E. Lloyd. Fourth Row: M. May, 

J. F. Mayo, L. Price, C. Richordson, F. Towns, W. Seegers. Fifth Row: M. Stanley, J. Whitehead, G. Wilkerson, 

E. E. Willioms, M. Willicms, D. Wright. 



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CHI DELTA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

DALE BURNHAM 
President 

DOROTHY JONES 
Vice-President 

LILLIAN JOHNSON 
Secretary 

PEGGY WEPPLER 
Treasurer 

ELIZABETH WELSH 
Pledge Trainer 



Founded— University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895 

Established at Millsaps-March 31, 1934 

COLORSr Cardinal and Straw FLOWER: White Carnation 

Publication: "THE ELEUSIS" 



The combination of "beauty and brains" among the sisters of the "X" and horseshoe seems to get 
better every year. Burnham was elected "Miss Millsaps." Porter and Hobbs captivated almost more 
sailors than they could manage. Alexander and Burnham were elected to Sigma Lambda. Favorites 
chosen were Burnham, Porter, Alexander, Hughes, Stovall, and Hobbs. The Grill is never complete 
without Chatham, Lampton, or Linfield; and Walker still holds the record of being able to out-talk 
any co-ed on the campus. Dent, Friend, Ricks, and Edwards ore sporting rings, and Hughes and 
McKinnon are the gals most recently pinned. 



MEMBERS 



Melba Abies 
Frances Alexander 
Helen Bunte 
Dale Burnham 
Dorothy Caffey 
Sara Chatham 
Doris Cunningham 
Gene Cunningham 
Joelyon Dent 
June Eckert 
Gene Edwards 



Mildred Ellis 

Rollin Fitts 

Rosa Friend 

Frances Ann Galloway 

Estelle Hawkins 

Ann Hobbs 

Johnnie Fay Home 

Rosemary Howell 

Helen Hughes 

Emily Humphrey 

Tinnie Jennings 

Lillian Johnson 



Dorothy Jones 
Ann Lampton 
Virginia Lee 
Mary Linfield 
Nadine McKinnon 
Ann Morse 
Mary E. Peatross 
Virginia Persell 
Ann Porter 
Carolyn Ricks 
Lawson Rodgers 
Miriam Stomps 



Jane Stone 
Theo Stovall 
Jean Turnbow 
Alma Van Hook 
Jane Walker 
Elizabeth Welsh 
Feggy Weppler 
Frances Williams 
Lyndall Wilson 
Barbara Wooten 
Malvina Yerger 



. THE CHI O's SPONSOR THE NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 



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CHI OMEGl 




Fir*t Row: M. Able*, F. Alexander, H. Bunte, D. Burnham, D. Caffe,, S. Chothom. Second Row: D. Cunningham, 
G. Cunningham, J. Dent, J. Eckert, G. Edwards, M. Ellis. Third Row: R. Pitts, R. Friend, F. A. Galloway, E. Hawkins, 
A. Hobbs, J. F. Home. Fourth Row: R. Howell, H. Hughes, E. Humphry, T. Jennings, L, Johnson, D. Jones. Fifth 
Row: A. Lampton, V. Lee, M. Linfield, N. McKinnon, A. Morse, M. E. Peotro^s, V. Persell. Sixth Row: A. Porter C. Ricks, 
M. Stamps, J. Stone, T. Stovall, J, Turnbow, A. Van Hook. Seventh Row: J. Walker, E. Welsh, P. Weppler, F. Williams, 

L. Wilson, B. Wooten M. Yerger. 



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MU CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

KITTY APPLEWHITE 
President 

MADELEINE PAGE 
Vice-President 

JOAN SLUYTERMAN VAN LOO 
Secretary 

ANN SPITCHLEY 
Treasurer 



Founded— Virginia State Norma! College, October 23, 1897 
Established at Millsaps— September 26, 1914 
COLORS: Green and White FLOWER: White Rose 

Publication: "ANGELOS OF KAPPA DELTA" 



The "Kaydees" seem to have a knock for giving criginal parties, and those attending their Barn 
Dance can vouch for it. Applewhite was chosen Pike Dream Girl and leads I. R. C. Page was a 
cheerleader, is capably leading the Student Body, heads the Majorettes, and did a good job of peddling 
graduation announcements. Melvin and her convertible became famous. Gerrard gave out free advice 
en "Hew to get pinned and unpinned and pinned within a month." Rigby is the gal who excels in 
Field Day functions, and Pendergraft, in any activities on the campus. Evelyn Walker has delighted 
many a student audience with her songs, and Dorothy Hothorn, with her boogie woogie. Favorites 
chosen were: Applewhite, Page, Weems, Gerrard, Spitchley, and Watkins. 



MEAABERS 



Betty Blair Alford 
Kitty Applewhite 
Frances Ashley 
Frances Bailey 
Mary Alice Barnes 
Mary Boss 
Nell Bishop 
Margie Burdsal 
Ethel Mae Crouch 
Charline Gerrard 



Edith Gussio 
Amanda Hathorn 
Dorothy Hathorn 
Cornelia Hegman 
Eleanor Johnson 
Dorothy Melvin 
Helen Minyard 
Pat Mizell 
Mary Eliza Muiphy 
Georgette McNees 



Madeleine Page 
Patsy Pendergraft 
Frances Rose Price 
Esther Read 
Mary Ridgway 
Esther June Rigby 
Catherine Sadler 
Wanda Sonders 
Ernestine Saucier 
Ann Spitchley 



Jane Stebbins 
Charline Todd 
Mary Edith Utiey 
Joan S. Von Loo 
Evelyn Walker 
Rose Watkins 
Betty Weems 
Jean White 
Carolyn Wilson 



THE KD's SUPPORT A STUDENT LOAN FUND 



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KlPPi DELTA 




First Row: B. B. Alford, K. Applewhite, F. Ashley, F. Bailey, M. A. Bornes, M. Bass. Second Row: N. Bishop, M. 
Burdsal, E. M. Crouch, C. Gerrard, E. Gussio, A. Hathorn. Third Row: D. Hothorn, C. Hegmon, E. Johnson, 



D. Melvin, H. Minyard, P. Mizell. Fourth Row: M. E. Murphy, G. McNees, M. Page, P. Pendergraft, F. R. 
E Read. Fifth Row: M. Ridgway, E. J. Rigby, C. Sadler, W. Senders, E. Saucier, A. Spitchley, J. Stebbins. 
Row: C. Todd, M. E. Utiey, E. Walker, R. Watkins, B. Weems, J. White, C. Wilson. 

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Price, 
Sixth 




EPSILON CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

DOROTHY WEBSTER 
President 

MARGARET VANDIVER 
Firif Vice-President 

MAXYNE MADDEN 
Second Vice-President 

ANNE BRIEN 
Secretary 

JANNIE VEE BROOKS 
Treasurer 



Founded— Wesleyan College, March 4, 1852 
Established at Millsaps-March 24, 1914 



COLORS: Rose and White 



FLOWER: Rose Carnation 



Publication: "AGLAIA" 



The Phi Mu's waste no time in starting off with a bang. The chapter room, conveniently located 
near the Grill, is one of the nicest ones'on the campus. Corr made a successful P & W editor. Houghton, 
H. Murphy, and Goodman were elected to class offices and Henry became a campus favorite. A large 
representation in honories seems to have become a chapter tradition always upheld, for instance, in 
Chi Delta alcne they have eight members! Ann Bannahon— of the blue eyes— has, without effort, mode 
the beys sit up and take notice. Marjorie Mounger, former president, was a debutante and a bride 
in one season. Madden and Houghton ore both history student OESistonts, and "Shrew" Strohecker; 
a gal with more than her share of grey matter. 



MEMBERS 



Wilna Axtell 
Anne Brien 
Jannie Vee Brooks 
Rebecca Bufkin 
Juonita Bush 
Peggy Corr 
Alice Collins 
Elizabeth Crisler 
Julia Goodman 
Catherine Hairston 



Betty Clark Hamilton 
Fannie Houghton 
Anne Henry 
Eettie Horrell 
Virginia Lyons 
Moxyne Madden 
Ann Miller 
Merlyn Mitchell 
Margaret Morgan 



Morjcrie Mounger 
Evelyn Murphy 
Helen Murphy 
Joyce Patrick 
Laura Ruth Pellum 
Gwendolyn Pettus 
Virginia Rehfeldt 
Edwanno Schwem 
Dorothy Selph 



Joyce Smith 
Roberta Stewart 
Mary Strohecker 
Mary E. Tingle 
Mildred Ulmer 
Margaret Vandiver 
Annie Ruth Walker 
Dorothy Webster 
Jane Willingham 



PHI MU's CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR: FRANCES GREER 



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PHI Ml] 




First Row: W. Axtell, A. Brien, J. V. Brooks, R. Bufkin, J. Bush, P. Corr. Second Row: A. Colling E. Cri«ler, J. 
Goodman, C. Hairston, B. Hamilton, F. Houghton, Third Row: A. Henry, B. Horrell, M. Madden, A. Miller, M. Mitchell, 
M, Morgan. Fourth Row: M. Mounger, E. Murphy, H. Murphy; J. Patrick, L. R. Pellum, G. Pettus. Fifth Row: V. Rehfeldt, 
E. Schwem, D. Selph, J. Smith, R. Stewart, M. Strohecker. Sixth Row: M. -E.- Tingle, M. Ulmer, M. Vandiver, A. R. Wolker, 

D. Webster, J. Willinghom. 

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ALPHA MU CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

RICHARD ALLEN 
President 

FRED WRIGHT 
Vice-President 

ALDEN DAVIS 
Secretary -Treasurer 



Founded— Washington College, December 21, 1865 
Established at Miilsops-October 1, 1893 
COLORS: Crimson and Gold 

Publication: "KAPPA ALPHA JOURNAL" 



FLOWER: Rose 



"Every brother, a name for himself" must have been the goal set for this bunch. Not one of 
them isn't outstanding for some reason. Bub Allen has made history, being the newly elected vice- 
president of the Student Body, editing in the sports department of both the BOBASHELA and the 
P & W and serving as KA number "1" at the same time. Alden Davis, ODK, and an undeniable 
campus leader, has many a co-ed swooning. Holmes "knocks 'em out" on the dance floor, and Gregg 
and Walter Stokes shine in athletics. Navy favorites are Jones, Davis, Allen, and Rhodes. Don was 
also head cheerleader. Brothers Blasingome and Wright ore characters everyone knows and appreciates,- 
in fact, we can't name a KA who isn't! 



Richard Allen 
Jack Blasingome 
Henry Caldwell 
Alden Davis 



MEMBERS 



Jerry Gregg 
Hubert Holmes 
Edward Humphrey 
Pete Jones 



Mike Mockbee 
Donald Rhodes 
Richard Soule 
James Stakes 



Walter Stokes 
Fred Wright 



THE KA's CAN BOAST OF GENERAL MARSHALL 



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First Row: R. Allen, J. Blasingome, H. Caldwell, A. Davis, J. Gregg. Second Row: H, Holmes, E. Humphrey, P. Jones, 
M. Mockbee, D. Rhodes. Third Row: R. Soule, J. Stokes, W. Stokes, F. Wright. 



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ALPHA UPSILON 



OFFICERS 

ERNEST RATHELL 
President 

FRED EAVES 
Vice-President 

JOHN BEARD 
Secretary 

WILLIAM YANDELL 
Treasurer 



Founded— University of Virginia, December 10, 1869 

Established at Milkops-October 18, 1895 

COLORS: Scarlet, Green and White FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 

Publication: "THE CADUCEUS" 



This year's crop of Sigs have succeeded more than ever in upholding the tradition of Alpha 
Upsilon Chapter since its first establishment at Millsaps. Long noted for their gay and carefree manner, 
the Sigs can truthTully beast that they have never given a party that was not a success. Foote is a 
lad "what gets around," and "Jose' Kilmer stepped up to become one of the campus "shots." Beard 
and his gay participation in any and every type of entertainment are notorious, and Eaves, in the girls' 
estimation, is Texas' gift to Millsaps. No write-up of this group would be complete without orchids to 
Rathell, Beckworth, and Wimpee for being swell fellows, and typical Sigs. 



MEMBERS 



T. V. Allen 
John Beard 
Kermif Beckworth 
William Bethea 
Fred Eaves 



Robert Fcote 
George Hill 
Bryan Holliday 
George Kilmer 
Wayne LoRue 



William Mann 
Ernest Rathell 
Thomas Slough 
Leslie Steen 
Buell Stewart 



James Wim.pee 
William Yandell 



HOGIE CAR.MICHAEL IS ONE OF THE SIG'S PRIDE AND JOYS 



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RIP Pi SIGMil 




First Row: T. V. Allen, J. Beard, K. Beckworth, W. Bethea. Second Row: F. Eaves, R. Foole, G. Hill, B. Hollidoy. 
Third Row: G. Kilmer, W. LaRue, W. Mann, E. RatKell. Fourth Row: T. Slough, L. Steen, B. Stewart, J. Wimpee, W. Yandell. 



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ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

DALE JANSSEN 
President 

WILLIAM STUYVESANT 
Vice-President 

ROBERT FERGUSON 
Secretary 

SAM BAREFIELD 
Historian 



Founded— University of Virginia, March 1, 1868 

Established at Millsaps-March 23, 1905 

COLORS: Gornetf and Gold FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 

Publication: "THE SHIELD AND DIAMOND" 



The boys of the shield and diamond really kept up a fast pace this year to soar right to the 
top in campus estimation. Walking off with three of the class presidencies and Student Body presidency 
is nothing to be sneezed at. Jonssen was elected Major Millsaps. Billy Moore was P & W Business 
Manager. ODK's Barefield, Janssen, and Ferguson moke evident the leadership ability of the chapter, 
and Navy Favy-rites Guernsey, Janssen, and Jennings uphold the co-eds' opinions. Krebs has become 
Grill-hound number one. Tassos is a cheerleader and a happy character,- and last but not least, comes 
"cupcake" Lehman, who is a paragraph within himself. 



MEMBERS 



Albert Allen 
Roi Andrews 
Sam Barefield 
Robert Bernsen 
Roland Borchers 
B. A. Bush 
Pat Clendening 
Emmet Clifton 



Frank Colling 
Robert Ferguson 
Carl Guernsey 
Dale Janssen 
Jce Jennings 
Jack Krebs 
Charles Lehman 
C. L. Mabry, Jr. 



William Moore 
Bill McCollum 
Ross O'Bannion 
Tassos Pappados 
William Patterson 
Ocie Pittman 
Robert Ray 
Brooks Robertson 



Joe Schultz 
Fred Scott 
Fred Stringer 
William Stuyvesant 
Charles Wright 
Jordan Zesch 



THEY CAN TALK ABOUT BROTHER (GENERAL) HODGES 



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PI KIP PI ILPHl 



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First Row: A. Allen, S. Barefield, R. Bern'en, R. Borchers, B A Bush, Second Row: P. Clendening, F. Collins, R. 
Ferguson, C. Guernsey, D. Janssen. Third Row: J. Jennings, J. Krebs, W. Moore, B. McCollum, R. O'Bannion. Fourth 
Row: T. Poppodos, W. Patterson, O. Pittman, R. Roy, B, Robertson. Fifth Row: J. Schultz, F. Scott, F. Stringer, 

W. Stuyvesont, C. Wright, J. Zesch. 



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THETA ETA ZETA 



OFFICERS 

DAVID TINCH 
Presidont 

JOE WIGGINS 
Vice-President 

CLIFTON SHRADER 
Secretary 

CHARLES ALLEN 
Treasurer 



Founded— Boston University, November 2, 1909 

Established at Millsaps-October, 1939 

COLORS: Purple, Green and Gold Publication: "PURPLE, GREEN AND GOLD" 



No one can deny that the Lambda Chi's hov3 gained more and more importance on the campus. 
By locking at the chapter roll, it is plain to see that the character and leadership necessary to make 
a good fraternity is here. Tex was a campus personality that everyone knew and liked. Bill "I lisp 
slightly" Stark became famous after the 1944 Varsity Show. Jack Worley was chosen "Personality 
King." Co-eds formed "Don Foster Clubs," which resulted in his being high on the list of Navy favorites. 
Smylie broke down and pinned McKinnon, and Mjlholland pinned Nichols. Sewell has been prac- 
tically elected as the official master of ceremonies f:r all campus shows, and Powers will always be 
rated as a campus wit. 



MEMBERS 



Charles Allen 
C. R. Anderson 
Bill Andrews 
B'b Corbin 
Edward Ccrrell 
Don Foster 
John Freeman 



A. C. Hartson 
David Llewellyn 
Albert Lovato 
Gus Lunsford 
Jesse Matthews 
Don Mulhollond 
Thomas McNamara 
Troy Parkison 



Rubel Phillips 
Edward Pritchett 
Percy Powers 
Clifton Shrader 
Bill Smylie 
Doug Sewell 
Bill Stork 
David Tinch 



Hugh Thompson 
Jock White 
Joe Wiggins 
Bob Wilson 
Jimmy Woodward 
Jack Worley 
Rolf Wubbles 



DID YOU KNOW THAT GENERAL DOOLITTLE IS A LAMBDA CHI? 



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First Row; C. Allen, E. Correll, D. Foster. Second Row: A. Hortson, A. Lovato, T. Porki^on. Third Row: P. Powers, 
D. Sewell, C. Shroder. Fourth Row: D. Tinch, J. Wiggins, J. Williams, B. Wilson. 



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MILLSAPS CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

NINA HAZEL REEVES 
President 

MARY RUTH MURPHY 
Vice-President 

MARY NELL SELLS 
Secretary 

BETTY JO BROWN 
Treasurer 



Founded— Universitly of Oklahoma, April, 1938 
E:tablished at Millsaps-July 19, 1943 



COLORS: Red and Black 



Publication: "N. I. S. A. NEWSLETTER" 



This independent all-girl organization proved to be one of the most progressive groups at Millsaps, 
more thana doubling its membership this year. Thei.' biggest achievement is a new "Den" in Founders. 
The Nichols trio gained fame within a short time. Betty Jo and Ba-Bo were capable Field Day leaders. 
The Vikings boast at least one member in every honorary on the campus. Sells was pinned by Borefield 
and also elected "Personality Queen." Carolyn Nichols was chosen "Freshman Queen" and proved to be 
surprisingly "different" in the part. Their reputation as leaders in the girls' intramural contests remains 
Linchallenged. No Viking write-up would be complete without mention of the two Steens, who are 
renowned all over the campus for being gals loaded with personality. 



MEMBERS 



Joyce Adair 
Betty Jo Brown 
Virginia Conerly 
Ann Cresswell 
Gloria Doherty 
Virginia Darracott 
Seryline Davis 
Billy Jean Dear 
Caroline Falk 



Mary Lou Miles 
Clara Foy 
Flora Giardina 
Betty Jane Hearn 
Mary Jane King 
Betty Longdon 
Betty Jane Long 
Dorothy Maughan 
Betty McBride 



Carolyn McKewen 
Mary Ruth Murphy 
Mary Ethel Nay 
Carolyn Nichols 
Myra Nichols 
Rosemary Nichols 
Janice Nicholson 
Grace M. Parker 
Betty Sue Pittman 



Frances Pittman 
Catherine Powell 
Nina Hazel Reeves 
Mary Nell Sells 
Mildred Scott 
Carol Steen 
Hazel Steen 
Elva Tharp 
Juliette Thomas 



THE NEWEST ORGANIZATION ON THE CAMPUS 



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THE nKliUS 




First Row: J. Adair, B. J. Brown, V. Conerly, A. Cressweil, V. Darrccott, B. Dovi^. Second Row: G. Doherty, C. Folk, 
C. Foy, F. Giordino, B. Heorn, M. J. King. Third Row: B. Lanpdon, B, J. Lona, M. L. Mi'es, M. R. Murphy. B. McBride, 
C. McKewen. Fourth Row: C. Nichol", M. Nichols, R. Nichols, J. Nichol'on, G. M. Porker. Fifth Row: F. Pittmon, 
B. S. Pittmon, R. Powell, N. H. Reeves, M. N. Sells. Sixth Row: M. Scctt, C. Sfeen, H. Steen, E. Thorp, J. Thomas. 

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COACH B. O. VAN HOOK 



Athletic Director B. O. Van Hook commanded 
the gridiron this year as head ccach, with Chief 
Athletic Specialists E. D. Heron and Morion "Little 
Goat" Hole acting ably as assistants. These men 
worked hard and long in utilizing the talents of 
the men in their charge. For a team, they drew 
on men from Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Icwa, 
Louisiana, Oklahomo, Minnesota, Mississippi, and 
Texas— on men stationed at Millsaps as Naval V-12 
trainees. Seme wear campaign ribbons, some do 
not; but with or without, they shewed the spirit 
which is the first gualificaticn of a good football 
team. 

This was the first time that Millsaps had fielded 
on eleven in quite a while. The lost year they 
hod a football team they drew the greater part 



of their competition frcm the Dixie Conference, of 
which they hove long been a m.ember. This year, 
however, they stepped out of the Dixie to meet 
seme of the strongest ccmpetition in the South. 
The M.ajcrs started off the season with a bang by 
defeating Howard College. Next on the list was 
Arkansas A&M, which was the first team to win 
over the wearers of the Purple and White. The 
Majors were no match for the McWilliams-spcrked 
Mississippi State varsity. Alobom.a held only a 
narrow edge over Millsaps for the first half, but 
held a safe enough margin. when the gome ended. 
In the second Howard game the locals wen again. 
Against Southwestern Louisiana Institute the much 
publicized Gregg-to-Weathers combination was 
used successfully. The remaining games— Murray, 
Jackson Army Airbose, and Murray again— all 
ended in disaster for our gridiron favorites. 

More defeats than victories, it is true, but it is 
the story of our team— the story of a team that 
could take defeats and then strive to improve 
their varsity— to try to moke it a good club and 
a winning one. However, their desires for a con- 
sistently successful eleven were never brcught to 
realization. This was true because of their lack 
of experience, their injuries, their bad luck in 
never being able to click except en a few occa- 
sions, and some of the alien ccm.petition they pit- 
ted themselves agoinst. 

We should think of the '44 Millsaps team with 
pride— of the men who gave up their liberty nights 
for practice and for playing, who v^orked hard 
for a winning team. Many of these men you will 
never again come in contact with. We have, 
therefore, made this record in the BOBASHELA 
for ycu— so that they can be remembered with the 
affection they deserve. 



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Vke PLHERS 



BERNIE WINKLER Back 

JOHN CHRISTMAS Center 

LOWRY RUSH Back 

LYLE BARTLETT '.■; Guard 



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WALTER STOKES 

WARREN BROWN 


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GEORGE KILMER Back 

JAMES WIMPEE Bock 

MALCOLM McDANIEL Back 

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FRED EAVES Back 

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BILL REED Bock 

JOE SCHULTZ Guard 

OCIE PITTMAN End 

BOB MARTIN Back 

EUGENE STIPE Tackle 

THADDEUS BELCHER Guard 






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GEORGE HAMILTON Back 

BILLY MANN Back 

BUELL STEWART Center 

VAN HALLMAN Guard 

JACK GROFF End 

DICK STACY - End 

TOMMY WOOLF Back 

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J. E. TOLAR End 

TED JOHNSON Guard 

J^ A. BAUER Guard 

GLEN RICHARDSON Back 




TOMMY RILES Back JACK TOLER . 

HOWARD WAY Center JIM MORTELL 

Clyde Yafes . : Back R. L. PHILLIPS 

KARL SMITH End R. E. BOLEN 



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BILL WEATHERS Forward 

GEORGE HAMILTON Forward 

JOHNNY BAKER Guard 

GENE BOLO Guard 

JOHN CHRISTMAS . .' Guard 

DICK TWINING Forward 

DALE JANSSEN Guard 

WALT STOKES Guard 

JERRY GREGG .• Guard 

SCHLEY BABIN .' Center 

CLARENCE MABRY Forward 

GENE CROTCHETT Guard 

VAN HALLMAN Forward 

M. C. BROWN .'. Forward 

DON CHECKETT Guard 

BUTCH CASTNER Guard 



Switching from gridiron to hardwood proved no great task for Coach Wan Hook, who served as 
basketball mentor sans assistance. Using members of the Millsaps N. T. U. as resources, he presented as 
the finished product a polished team which had more wins under its belt than losses. In reimbursement 
fcr its work, the squad was recognized as one of the top teams in the state on a won-and-lost basis, 
and, consequently, was invited to the National Collegiate Basketball Tournament at Kansas City, Mo. 
Because the bulk of his squad was transferred. Coach Von was forced to decline the invitation. 

The games, as a rule, were fast and very interesting to all spectators because of the spirit which 
abounded in the team m.embers. Aggressive center was Warren Foote, who was always one to try his 
hardest in getting the tip-off and then attending to his other chores as pivot man and follower-up 
under the basket. His offensive strength was proven by his dependability in always scoring ten or 
twelve points. Bill Weathers proved a rangy forward who was a definitely good all-round player. 
George Hamiltion strictly had on eye for the wicker, which was evidenced by his being high point man 
on several occasions. The "B" boys, Bolo and Baker, proved an excellent combination— Bolo for his 
long shots; Baker for his closer ones, and both for their playing in general. The sixth man was John 
Christmas, whose cool thinking and sturdy playing meant much toward the success of the team. Dick 
Twining started off the season with a bang by high pointing in the first games. Dale Janssen was 
on exceptionally scrappin' player, which is a valuable asset to any team. Walt Stokes, holdover from 
last season's team, was on above overage hardwood man because of his accurate shooting, faking, and 
adhesive-like guarding. Micky MiOrtens proved very efficient at his pest as Manager. These nine players 
made up the letter men and played the brand of basketball the fan sincerely enjoys observing. 



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OLE MISS 


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MILLSAPS 


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MISS. COLLEGE 


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MISS. COLLEGE 


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MILLSAPS 


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MISS. COLLEGE 


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MILLSAPS 


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LOYOLA 


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First Row, Left to Right: Coach Von Hook, Twining, Christmas, Hamilton, Weather', W. C. Foote, Bolo, Baker, W Stokes. Second 
Row: Gregg, Babin, Mabry, Crotchett, Hallman, M. Brown, Checkett, Castner, Martens, 





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VIKING VOLLEYBALL TEAM 
First Row, Left to Right: Sells, Reeve*;, Maughn, Dear. 
Second Row: Brown, Lanqdon, Dohrrty, Long, McKewen, 

KAPPA DELTA BASKETBALL TEAM 
First Row, Left to Right: Johnson, Surd sol, Minyard, 
Gussio, Poge. Second Row: Price, Wctkins, Rigby, Apple- 
white, L'tley. 

VIKING SOFTBALL TEAM 

First Row, Left to Right: Cadenhecd, Nichols, McKewen, 

Dear, Lona, Nichol'. Second Row: F. Pittman, Doherty, 

Langdon, B. S. Pittman, New, Sells. 



GIRLS' LWMMIJRILS 



This year the intramural volleyball cup will go to 
the victorious Vikings. These gals sailed in v^'ith five 
wins and no losses. They were led to victory by 
Brown, Sel's, Reeves, Dear, K/.aughn, and Long. The 
Vikings were followed in second place by those 
Chi O "Amazons." The KD's finished third, the Phi 
Mu's were fourth end the Beta Sigs were the losers. 

All-State, Kitty Applewhite, led the KD's to victory 
in the basketball intromurals. Some of the best 
basketball players in the state clashed for victory 
in Buie gym this season. Led by Applewhite, Burdsal, 
and Watkins as forwards and Price, Rigby, and 
Gussio as guards, the Kappa Deltas won the basket- 
ball cup. The winners were followed in a very close 
second by the strong Viking team, capably led by 
Brcwn and Sells. The Chi Omeaa and Phi Mu teams 
tied. The Beta Sigs gave the Phi Mu's an upset in 
the lost night of the season, chalking up the final 
scores with the Beta Sigs in fourth place. 

In Softball the Vikinas came out on top again with 
the Chi O's edging up in second place. Most of 
the scoring was close, charging the final Chi Omega- 
Viking contest with lots of suspense. McKewen was 
in there "pitchin' " and helped to moke her team 
the victors. 

The 1945 ping pong championship was won by 
the Beta Sigs, with Catherine Armstrong playing. 
The Vikings, with Betty Jo Brown, came in second. 



PING PONG CHAMPIONS 

left to Right: Betty Jo Brown, 

Catherine Armstrong. 





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This year, for the first time in many seasons, the girls have hod a varsity basketball team. Capably 
coached by Mrs. N. K. Barnes, and led by Brown, Chatham, Utiey, Axtell, Long, Burnham, and Min- 
yard as forwards and Sells, Reeves, Rigby, Price, M:Kewen and B. S. Pittman as guards; the girls played 
several close games against the Fester General Nurses. The Millsaps team, however, was defeated by 
a slight margin. Betty Jo Brown acted as Captain and "B" UtIey served as Business Manager. 



GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL 
TEAM 

First Row, Left to Right: Mc- 
Kewen, Reeves, Burnham. 
Second Row: Burdsal, Sells, 
Minyord, Rigby. Third Row: 
Long, Barnes, Brown, F. 
Pittman. 





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KENNINGTON'S 



MISSISSIPPI'S BEST STORE 



HEDERMAN BROTHERS 

PRINTERS - BLANK BOOK BINDERS 
STATIONERS - LITHOGRAPHERS 

Phone 4-4421 

JACKSON, MISS. 









ALBRITTON 



ICE CREAM 



COMPANY 



JACKSON, MISS. 



229 Congress Street 



Phone 4-4036 



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LE GRAND JEWELRY CO. 

218 E. Capitcl Street 
JACKSON, MISS. 






MILLSAP'S CHOICE 

ACME BAKERY 



BOOKS OF ALL CLASSIFICATIONS 

BIBLES, CHURCH and SUNDAY 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

BAPTIST BOOK STORE 

502 East Capitol St. Jackson, Miss. 



230 N. Parish St. 



Jackson, Miss. 



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U. KOEN & CO., Inc. 



ROITAN DISTRIBUTORS 



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Jackson, Miss. 



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BATTE FURNITURE STORE 

JOHN C. BATTE, Sr. 
-'■JOHN C. BATTE, Jr. 
"We do appreciate your Business" 
'It. U. S. N. R. 



ROBINSON BROTHERS 

PLYMOUTH and DeSOTO 
Sales and Service Phone 3-2741 



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COMPLIMENTS 



MISSISSIPPI 



BAPTIST HOSPITAL 



WHITE'S LUMBER YARD 

GOOD LUMBER - PROMPT SERVICE 

Mill and Church Sts. Jackson, Miss. 

Phones: 2-0881 - 2-0882 






EAT AT 

PRIMOS 
Best Food in Town 



THE BEST IN TOBACCOS 

CORR-WILLIAMS 
TOBACCO COMPANY 

Wholesale Distributors 
PHONE 2-0912 



HELPING YOU THROUGH COLLEGE - and LIFE 




REDDY KILOWATT 

Your Electric Servant 



When it comes to throwing o true 
light on the subject of education, you 
might soy I'm the Dean of the lllumi- 
\ nation Department. I've been on the 
campus a long time— serving night and 
day— in the classroom, dormitory, gym- 
nasium, laboratory, or any place where 
electricity is needed. You'll find me 
on hand after you leave college, too, 
because my purpose is to serve you 
with plenty of cheap, dependable elec- 
tricity—throughout life. 

REDDY KILOWATT 
Your Electric Servant 



MISSISSIPPI POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 

HELPING BUILD MISSISSIPPI 



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JACKSON STEAM LAUNDRY 

LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING 
Phone 2-3315 L Lehman, President 



CAPITAL 
PAINT & GLASS CO. 

PAINT - WALL PAPER - GLASS 
FOR EVERY PURPOSE 

401-407 S. State Street 
Jackson, Miss. 

CITY SHOE SHOP 

SHOES DYED ANY COLOR 

INVISIBLE HALF SOLING 

315 W. Capitol St. Phone 2-2378 



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MISSES' and WOMEN'S APPAREL 
128 E. Capitol St, Jackson, Miss. 






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DR. H. F. MAGEE 

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 

Lamar Life Building 
Jackson, Miss. 



JOHN C. CARTER 

JEWELER 

THE GIFT SHOP 

Jackson Mississippi 



The Campus Hang-Out 



SANDWICHES - COLD DRINKS - SCHOOL SUPPLIES 



BOOKS - SOUVENIRS 



THE GRILL 



REID-McGEE & CO. 

MORTGAGE BANKERS 
REALTORS - INSURANCE 



Compliments cf 

THE VIKINGS 

N. I. S. A. 



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DUKE'S 



516 East Capitol 



Jackson, Miss. { J 



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DRESS UP TO THE MINUTE AT 

GRAYSON'S 



232 E. Capital 



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ARROW SHIRTS 
GRIFFON CLOTHES 
VARSITY TOWN CLOTHES 



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Phone 3-2010 I ; 240 E. Capitol 



PHONE 4-6917 



HUDDLESTON'S, JEWELERS 

Burnner M. Huddleston 
J Phone 3-2655 212 W. Capitol St. 

J Jackson, Miss. 



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MORI LUGGAGE STORE 

EVERYTHING FOR THE TRAVELER 

1 1 1 W. Capitol 



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S. p. McRAE CO., Inc. 



Department Store 



200-202 W. CAPITOL 



Phone 4-8334 



JACKSON, MISS. 



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DRESS WELL ond SUCCEED 



ETHEREDGE 
Cleaners 



ALTERATION 



STORAGE 



Phone 4-4413 



Visit Our Town & County Shop 

We feel we are justly proud of our Town & Country Shop, 
o unit of Jackson's Foshion Center, A charming white country 
house furnished the idea for the background in cool, white 
drop-siding combined with pleosant country green and gar- 
den rose, making a delightful environment for the intriguing 
things displayed in this department. 

The Town & Country Shop is mere that just a sportswear 
department— for here you will find a splendid collection of 
casual clothes for town and country— dresses, suits, coats de- 
signed by the most renowned makers of this type of clothes. 
If you are looking for the unusual in sports cidthes, you will 
eventually come to the Town & Country Shop, Jackson's 
Fashion Center. 



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QUALITY CLEANING FOR 19 YEARS 



B. A. TOTTEN 



Across the Street From 



Millsaps Campus 



KEY DRUG COMPANY 

"The Most Complete Prescription Deportment 1 
in Mississippi" ! 



418 E. Capitol 



Dial 4- 



PHONE 4-6517 
Copitol and President Sts., Jackson, Miss. J 

J. L. ALBRITON 



SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 

PAINTS - WALL PAPER 

Decorative Accessory Department 

501 E. Capitol Street 
Jackson, Mississippi 






BUY 



WAR 



BONDS 



JACKSON LUMBER CO. 

LUMBER 

AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING j 

MATERIALS 

Reliable and Dependable for Over { 
40 YEARS 

Jackson, Mississippi 




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COMB WHAT MAY. 



CONFIDENCE is the lieritage of youth .... it is also a fundamental 

requirement of business .... attained by long study, training and 

experience ** We have enjoyed the confidence of yearbook Staffs 

throughout the country for over thirty years .... an accompHshment 

for wliicli we nrc truly grateful and justly proud .... 

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COLLEGH ANNUAL DIVISION 

ALABAMA ENQRAVING COMPANY 

B I RM.1 N G HAM. 




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long after war has ceased they will stand as beacons to 
the American Way ... to greater achievement in religion, 
arts, science, research, and industry. The way is not easy. 
It is narrow. It is sometimes rough. Other paths beckon 
alluringly, as seeming short cuts. But in mankind's halting 
piogress through the ages many paths have been explored 



before. If now in uncertainty we change paths we will slow 
up progress and confuse those whose eyes ore on us. B\ 
further smoothing of the proved paths we can continue tc 
inspire eornest men everywhere to follow the way that 
already has led one nation so far toward the better and 
happier life for all. 



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