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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDEKT 
BODY OF MILLSAPS COLLEGE 
AT JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



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DYNAMIC IS THE WORD FOR DR. VERNON L WHARTON! A MIND THAT 
WON'T STOP, A STIMULATING LECTURER, A THOROUGH TEACHER AND 

SCHOLAR THESE ARE SOME OF THE QUALITIES THAT MAKE HIM ONE 

OF THE BEST-LIKED PROFESSORS ON THE CAMPUS. 

DR. WHARTON IS SINCERE AND INTELLIGENT, PROGRESSIVE, AND EN- 
DOWED WITH A DEFINITE INTEREST IN HIS FELLOW MAN. MILLSAPS 
REGAINED ONE OF ITS MOST VALUABLE ALUMNI WHEN DR. WHARTON 
RETURNED FROM THE UNITED STATES NAVY, IN WHICH HE SERVED AS 
A LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER IN THE INTELLIGENCE DEPARTMENT. 

IN RECOGNITION OF WHAT HE IS AND WHAT HE HAS DONE, WE 
DEDICATE TO DR. WHARTON THE 1946 %02,kSHElk. 




DR. V. L. WIIAIITON 



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WHITWORTH HALL: This beautiful struc 
fure is worthy of housing all its attractive 
belles, who love it all the more because 
it once beheld the amazing routine of the 
V12 unit. 



BUIE GYMNASIUM: This is the training 
site for strong, healthy bodies; also, the 
first floor contains the incomparable Grill — 
Bookstore, the Lambda Chi Alpha Room, 
the Veterans' Lounge, and the Post Office. 





FOUNDERS' HALL: 
Oldest building on the 
campus, now houses 
most of our F ro s h 
Coeds. 





THE CARNEGIE-MILLSAPS LIBRARY: 
Built in 1926, this beloved place is 
steeped in traditions of many stu- 
dent trysts as well as its reputation 
for containing well-chosen books. 



SULLIVAN-HARRELL SCIENCE HALL: 
Its lobs emit smoky fumes and its 
halls resound alternately with mathe- 
matical echoes and campus chatter. 



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DR. II. L. SMITH 



Under the patient guidance of Dr. Smith, Millsaps has enjoyed a new era. Through 
his efforts the Christian Center Memorial materialized. His chapel speeches are inspiring; 
his smile indispensable; his wisdom invaluable. Millsaps is personalized in him. He is never 
too busy to give advice, to listen to the woes of students or do the countless number of 
things that make Millsaps College. It is with pride that we refer to Dr. Smith as "Our 
President." 



Om D E n S 



DEAN RiECKEN 

One of the first people a student meets 
when he enters Millsaps is "Dean Bill." Geni- 
al, frank, and scrupulously fair, he has the 
respect, admiration and complete confidence 
of every student. His qualities of character 
and leadership would be exceptional any- 
where. 




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DR. HAMILTON 

A more apt person than Dr. Hamilton could 
not have been chosen to start students on 
the road of their college experiences. But 
to us he is more than the Dean of Fresh- 
men. He is our teacher and friend. His 
agreeable personality and his versatility 
have made him a favorite. He is never too 
busy to do a favor, give counsel, or stop 
for a friendly chat. 



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MRS. STONE 

Any co-ed on the campus will tell you how 
truly fortunate we are to have Mrs. Stone 
as our Dean. Her gentle philcsophy, her 
complete understanding, and her just ad- 
vice have endeared her to the hearts of 
all. She is an inspiration to every girl who 
attends Millsaps College. 




7^ FACULTY 



GEORGE LOTT HARRELL 

Professor of Physics and 

Astronomy 

B.S., M.S., MiMsops College; 

advanced graduate work. 

University of Chicago. 



ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS 

Professor of Romance 
Languages 
A.B., Southwestern (Texas); 
A.B., Yale University; Rhodes 
Scholar, 1907-1910; A.B., 
A.M., University of Oxford 
(Honor School). 



MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE 

Professor of Engl'tsb 
A.B., Birmingham -Southern 
College; A.M., Harvard Uni- 
versity; Ph.D., University of 
Wisconsin. 



ROSS HENDERSON MOORE 

Professor of Hisit}ry 

B.S., M.S., Millsaps College; 

A.M., University of Chicago; 

Ph.D., Duke University. 



ELIZABETH CRAIG 
Assistant Professor of French 
A.B., Barnard College, Co- 
lumbia University; A.M., Co- 
lumbia University; Kiplome 
de la Sor bonne, Ecole de 
Preparation des Professeurs, 
de Francois a I'Et ranger, 
Faculty of Letters, University 
of Paris. 



ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES 

Professor of Education 
A. B., LL.B., University of 
Tennessee; Vice-Consul of the 
United States in Scotland and 
England; A.M., and advanced 
graduote work, George Pea- 
body College. 



JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE 
Professor of Chemistry 
B.S., Millsaps College; M.S., 
University of Mississippi; 
Ph.D., Louisiana State Univer- 
sity. 



MABEL BENNERCOBB 
Assistant Professor of Spanish 
A.B., St. Lowrence University; 
A.M., University of North 
Carclina, 



G. L. HARRELL 
E. CRAIG 



A. G SANDERS 
R. R. HAYNES 



M. C. WHITE 
J. B. PRICE 



R. H. MOORE 
M. B. COBB 




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V. L. WHARTON 
N. B. FLEMING 



M. W. GOODMAN 
J. S. FERGUSCN 



F. E. GILLIS 



C. B. GALLOWAY 

R. R. PRICDY 



J, A. fINCHER 

V. B. HATHORN 



VERNON LANE WHARTON 
Professor of Sociology 
and History 
A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., 
Ph.D., University of North 
Carolina. 



MARGUERITE WATKINS 

GOODMAN 

Assistani Professor of Engtlsfi 

A,B., Agnes Scott College; 

A.M., Tulcne University. 



CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY 
Assistant Professor of Physics 
B.S., Millsaps College; A.M. 
and advanced graduate 
work, Duke Unlversily. 



JOHN ALBERT FINCHER 
Assistant Professor of Biology 
B.S., M.S., University of 
South Carolina; Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. 



NEALBOND FLEMING 
Professor of P/ii/osophy 
A.B., B.D., Emory Univer- 
sity; S.T.M., Ph.D., Boston 
University. 



JAMES SHARBROUGH 

FERGUSON 
Assistant Professor of 
History 
B. A., Millsaps College 
M.A., Louisiana State 
University; graduate work 
University of North Caro- 
lina. 



FLOYD E. GILLIS 

Acting Professor of 

Economics 

A.B., Millsaps College 

graduate work, North 

Carolina. 



RICHARD R. PRICDY 
Professor of Chemistry 
and Geology 
B.S. in Ed., Ohio North- 
ern University; M.A., Ohio 
State University; Ph.D., 
Ohio State University. 



VERNON BURKETT 

HATHORN 

Bursor 

^.B., M'llsaps College. 



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A.B., 



WILLIAM EMIL RIECKEN 
Dean; Professor Biology 
A.M., Ph.D., Indiana University. 



MARY B. H.STONE 
Assistant Professor of English 
A.B., Randolph-Macon Woman's College; A.M., 
George Peabody College. 



JOHN MAGRUDER SULLIVAN 
Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Geology 
A.B., Centenary College; A.M., University cf Missis- 
sippi; Advanced graduate work. University of 
Chicago; Ph.D., Vanderbilt University; D.S:., Mill- 
saps College. 



ARMAND COULLET 

Director of Bond 

Premier Prix, Conservatoire d'Alger. 



BENJAMIN ERNEST MITCHELL 
Professor of Mathematics 
A.B., Emory College; A.M., Vanderbilt University; 
Ph.D., Columbia University. 



A.B. 



NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY 
Instructor of Secretarial Studies 
Mississippi State College for Women. 



ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON 
Professor of Classical Languages ard German 
A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.AA., Ph.D., 
University of Pennsylvania. 



SHIRLEY CHICHESTER 
Assistant Librarian 
B.A., Millsops College; B.S., Lib. Sci., School of Li 
brary Science, University of North Carolina. 



MAGNOLIA COULLET 
Assistant Professor of Latin, Teacher of Voice 
A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., University cf Penn- 
sylvania; graduate work, American Academy in 
Rome, University of Chicago; B.M., Belhaven Col- 
lege; graduate work in voice, Bordeaux, France. 



HARRY PIERCE JONES 

Professor of Sociology 
A.B., Scarritf-Morrisville College; B.D., Vanderbilt 
University; M.A., Chicago University; advanced 
graduate work at Chicago University and at Uni- 
versity of Southern California. 



EVA MYERS ROBERTS 
Professor cf Piano and Theory 
A.B., Whitworth College; B.M., American Conser- 
vatory; M.M., Chicago Musical College. 



FLORENCE GLENN SMITH 
Professor of Piano and Music Education 
B.M., Wesleyon College; M.M., Chicago Musical 
College. 



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THEODORE C. RUSSELL 

Professor of Violin and Theory 

Conductor of the SywphonyOrchesfra 

B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College; 

M.M., Northwestern University; Private study with 

Enesco and Szigeti in Europe. 



ISABELLE POTEAT TURNER 
Teacher of Voice 
A.B., Meredith College; Certificate in voice, Mere- 
dith College; graduate work in voice, Randolph- 
Macon College. 



N.J.GOLDING 

Vice-President and Field Representative 

A.B., Millsaps College. 



KARL WOLFE 

Professor of Art 

B.F.A., Chicago Art Institute, William M. R. French 

Fellcwship; study abroad for one year; study and 

teaching Pa. School of Art Summer School. 



HELEN NEWELL BARNES 

Director of Women's Athletics 

B.A., Millsaps College. 



J. L. ROBERTS 

Instructor of Mathematics 

B.A., and M.A., Mississippi College. 



NANCY PLUMMER FAXON 
Assistant Professor of Piano and Theory 
A.B., Millsaps College; M.M., Chicago Musical 
College. 



DOROTHEA MITCHELL QUEEN 
Instructor of Piano 
B.A., Millsaps College; B.M. and B. M. Ed., Chi- 
cago Musical College; M.Snc. Mus., Union Theo- 
logical Seminary. 



FRANK REA TAYLOR 

College Accompanist 
A.B., Millsaps College; Dipolma in Piano, Millsaps 
College. 



CLARA WRIGHT FORREST 
Instructor of Piano 
B.M., H. Sophie Newcomb; graduate work, Uni 
versity of California. 



ALVIN JON KING 
Director of Millsaps Singers 
Studied at Oberlin Conservatory of Music; North- 
western School of Music; Christiansen Choral 
School; private study with W. S. B. Matthews, 
Fanny Bloomfield Zeisler and Prower Symonds. 



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registered as Freshmen, all four classes have been busily 
readjusting curriculum, schedules and officers to meet the 
situation. With more students registered in more subjects, 
postwar Millsaps is ofF to a good start. The change from 
the hurried three semesters a year tc the ireqsured steps 
of two sixfaen-week terms^^KMBf the tempo cf student 
life and we think if to be^J^^W^est. Yes, the 1945-46 
school year is an important step in The Greater Millsaps 
Movement as a foundation for further building. 



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Intending to suggest the unity of our ruling class officers, we picture them here in a body. They ore left 
to right: 

Jack Bishop Freshman Class President 

Mary Kathryn Abernathy Freshman Class Secretary-Treasurer 

Stuart Carruth _ Freshman Class Vice-President 

Ned O'Brien Sophomore Class President 

Nat Hovious Sophomore Class Vice-President 

Laura Mae Godbold Junior Class Vice-President 

Bob Hollyfield Junior Class President 

Lib Welsh Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer 

Carroll Steen Sen/or Class Secretary-Treasurer 

Bob Nichols Senior Class Vice-President 

Not pictured are: 

Jane Walker Sophomore Class Sec'y-Treasurer 

Joe Wiggins Senior Class President 




OFFICERS 



Since most of our veteran-students are in the ranks of the struggling 
Freshmen, we hove, because of them, revised the customary arrange- 
ment of our Boboshela to begin with the Freshman class and end with 
the Senior class. 





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L.Abel 

M. K. Abernathy 

A. Adcock 

E. Allen, Jr. 

W. Allen, Jr. 

A. Ammons 



W. Ates 
D. Bacon 
S. Barnes 
M. Biggs 
D, Bishop 
J. Bishop 



C. Blumer 
R. Brady 
E. Brantley 

B. Brewer 

C. Brister 
C. Bunner 



M. Burdsal 
J. Byars 
A. R. Callahan 
E. Corley 
S. Carruth 
M. Cortledge 



Melbo Jean Cash 

R. Childress 

J.Cirlot 

W. Cook 

W. B. Cooper, Jr. 

W. Correll 



T. Cote 
R. A. Craig 
J. Crespo 
W. Crisler 
Elizabeth Darby 



J. Da 



, Jr 



J. I. Davis 
D. Dickerson 
M. E. Dodds 
B. Dossett 
G. Edwards 
R. Edwards, Jr. 



W. Files 
G. Fisher 
G. Fleming 
T. Forest 
J. Fortenberry 



7^ F R E S H M E I 



Lois Abel— Vikings Duck Hill, Miss. 

Mary Katherine Abernathy— Phi Mu 

Clarksdale, Miss. 
Agatha Adcock— Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. 

Ernest Allen, Jr.— Kappa Alpha Jacfeson, Miss. 

William Alien, Jr.— Lambda Chi Alpha 

Jackson, Miss. 
Ann Ammons— Kappa Delta Jackson, Miss. 

William Ates— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Denise Bacon— Vikings Jackson, Miss. 

Selby Barnes— Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Martha Biggs— Chi Omega Crysial Springs, Miss. 
Dorothy Bishop— Kappa Delta Lauderdale, Miss. 

Jack Bishop— Kappa Alpha Jocfeson, Miss. 

Carol Blumer— Vikings Florence, Miss. 

Rosanna Brady— Vikings „ Aftica, Indiana 

Edwin Brantley Madden, Miss. 

Betty Brewer— Chi Omega Clarksdale, Miss. 

Charlene Brister— Kappa Delta Prentiss, Miss. 

Carl Bunner— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Melda Burdsal — Kappa Delta Jackson, Miss. 

Jackie Byars— Beta Sigma Omicron Jackson, Miss. 
Annie Ruth Callahan— Phi Mu Jackson, Miss. 

Elizabeth Carley— Phi Mu Richfon, Miss. 

Stuart Carruth— Pi Kappa Alpha McComb, Miss. 
Marion Cartledge Winona, Miss. 



Melba Jean Cash— Vikings Jackson, Miss. 

Robert Childress— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 
John Cirlot— Kappa Alpha Moss Point, Miss. 

William Cook— Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

W. B. Cooper, Jr.— Pi Kappa Alpha Camden, Miss. 
William Correll — Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 
Tommy Cote— Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss. 

Robbie Ann Craig— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Bafesville, Miss. 
Javier Crespo La Ceiba, Honduras 

William Crisler— Pi Kappa Alpha Bay Springs, Miss. 
Elizabeth Darby— Vikings Philadelphia, Miss. 

James L. Davis, Jr.— Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss. 
John Davis— Pi Kappa Alpha Utic, Miss. 

Dudley Dickerson— Lambda Chi Alpha 

Jackson, Miss. 
Mary Elizabeth Dodds— Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. 
Betty Dossett— Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. 

Grace Edwards Jackson, Miss. 

Robert Edwards— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Winnie Ruth Files— Vikings ..__ Jackson, Miss. 

Gloria Fisher Jackson, Miss. 

Gene Fleming— Kappa Sigma Minfer City, Miss. 
Tommye Forrest— Phi Mua Yazoo City, Miss. 

Jerry Fortenberry— Kappa Sigma Columbia, Miss. 



1899 ~ ITS SiVENTIj SESSION, MILLSAPS ACCEPTS FIRST GIRL STUDENTS 





Chas. R. Franklin 
Lillie Mae Franklin 
B. French 
D. Fulghum 
A. Gerald 
M. Glisson 



C. Gordon 
T. Graves 
J. Grimsley 
A. Haose 
Evelyn Hastings 
J. Houghton 



C. Hays 
J. Herring 
Rebecca Herring 
A. Holmes 
S. Howie 
M. Hughes 



C. Hutto 
Evelyn Jackson 
P. Jackson 
Harold James 
F. M. Johnson 
R. I. Johnson 



H. Jolly 
Joyce Jones 
R. Judge 
E. Knight 
M.J. Knight 
R. Kochtitzky 



L.Lee 

R. Liles 
S. Marks 
R. Marsalis 
J. Martin 
W. Maute 



J. Mayo 

M. F. Meadows 

M. A.Medlin 

L. Metts 

K. Moody 

J. L. Moore 



T. Morgan 
P. Murphy 

D. Myers 

E. Myers 

D. Mcintosh 



7^g F R E S H M E N 



Charles R. Franklin— I. S.A. Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Llllie Mae Franklin— Vikings Nafcbez, Miss. 

Bobbye French— Koppo Delta Jackson, Miss. 

David Fulgham Boonev///e, Miss. 

Adelyn Gerald— Kappa Delta Leiand, Miss. 

Mildred Glisson— Vikings Jacfeson, Miss. 

Clifford Gordon Liberty, Miss. 

Truly Graves— Chi Omega _. Jackson, Miss. 

James Grimsley Pascagouia, Miss. 

Ann Haase Jackson, Miss. 

Evelyn Hastings— Vikings „_ Jackson, Miss. 

Jean Houghton- Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. 

Carolyn Hays— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Durant, Miss. 

Joan Herring— Vikings 6atesv///e, Miss. 

Rebecca Herring— Vikings Haftiesburg, Miss. 

A. E. Holmes— Pi Kappa Alpha Greensboro, N. C. 

Shirley Howie- Kappa Delta Union, Miss. 

Margaret Hughes— Kappa Delta Magno//a, Ark. 

Carol Hutfo— Kappa Delta Jackson, Miss. 

Evelyn Jackson Jacfcson, Miss. 

Preston Jackson— Lambda Chi Alpha Laurel, Miss. 

Harold James Union, Miss. 

Frances Johnson— Vikings Jackson, Miss. 

Ruth Johnson Union, Miss. 

Helen Jolly- Kappa Delta Vicksburg, Miss. 



Joyce Jones— Phi Mu Moorhead, Miss. 

Ray Judge Hickory, Miss. 

Albert Knight A^eridian, Miss. 

Mary Jane Knight Jackson, Miss. 

Robert Kochtitzky— Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss. 

Lenora Lee _. Mendenhall, Miss. 

Ray Liles McComb, Miss. 

Sutton Marks— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Robert MorsaJis- Barbarians Vicksburg, Miss. 

James Martin Plain, Miss. 

William Maute— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 
Jerry Mayo— Beta Sigma Omicron Jackson, Miss. 
Mary Frances Meadows— Kappa Delta 

Quitman, Miss. 

Mary Anna Medlin— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Tippo, Miss. 

Leonard Metts Jackson, Miss. 

Kathryn Moody— Chi Omega Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Jimmie Lou Moore— Vikings Neftlefon, Miss. 

Turner Morgan- Kappa Sigma .. Jackson, Miss. 

Philip Murphy Jackson, Miss. 

Dorothy Myers— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Deemer, Miss. 

Evelyn Myers ._ Baton Rouge, La. 

David Mcintosh McComb, Miss. 



MILLSAPS COLLEGE HAS GRADUATED ABOUT 2,500 MEN AND WOMEN 



The usual chaos of working out 
one's schedule greets every sem- 
ester. 





D. McLain 
R. Nay 
G. Nettles 
R. Nickey 
B. Odom 
M. Ottinger 



M. Payment 
M. Peiligrini 
Valerie Perkins 
T. W. Perrott 
G. Pigott 
E. Pollock 



S. Price 

I. Quattlebaum 

C. Randle 

T. Riley 

M. Roberts 

B. Robertson 



M. Rogers 
Ed Sanders 
J. Sanders 
G. Scott 
M. Shelton 
C. Shumoker 



N. Smith 
N. Steen 
C. Stevens 
M. Stout 
W. Sumrall 
Doris Thompson 



J.Thornhill 

Ben Toler 

J. Turnbow 

M. Turner 

A. Von Seutter 

George Watson 



R. Wedig 

J. V/hatley 

Elizabeth Wilson 

M. Winn 

J. Woodrow, Jr. 



D. Wright 
W. Wright 
J. Wynne 
H. Zander 
Dixie Ruth Howe 



7^ FRESHMEN 



Diana McLoin Jackson, Miss. 

Robert Nay— Barbarians Jackson, Miss. 

Gene Nettles Jackson, Miss. 

Robert Nickey— Kappa Sigma McComb, Miss. 

Betty Odom— Phi Mu Minter City, Miss. 

Marjorie Ottinger— Vikings Affica, Indiana 

Max Payment, Jr.— Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 
Pegge Pelligrini— Vikings Jackson, Miss. 

Valerie Perkins Vicksburg, Miss. 

Tolmadge Perrott ___ Summit, Miss. 

Glen Pigott— Pi Kappa Alpha McComb, Miss. 

Eugene Pollock— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson, Miss. 
Sammie Louise Price— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Philadelphia, Miss. 

Ina Mae Quattlebaum Meridian, Miss. 

Charles Randle _ Vaiden, Miss. 

Tommy Riley— Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Miriam Roberts— Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. 

Barbara Robertson— Phi Mu Jackson, Miss. 

Mary Kathryne Rogers S/7ver Creefe, Miss. 

Ed Sanders— Pi Kappa Alpha Sardis, Miss. 

Jack Sanders __ Jackson, Miss. 

George Scott— Pi Kappa Alpha Prichard, Ala. 

Mary Shelton— Kappa Delta Gulfport, Miss. 

Catherine Shumaker— Vikings Vicksburg, Miss. 



Nell Smith— Vikings __ McComb, Miss. 

Nancy Steen Jacfcson, Miss. 

Charles Zollie Stevens— Kappa Sigma 

Jackson, Miss. 
Marguerite Stout- Kappa Delta Jackson, Miss. 

William Sumrall Jackson, Miss. 

J. R. Thornhill __ Jackson, Miss. 

Doris Thompson— Vikings Jackson, Miss. 

Bill Toler— Phi Mu Moorefieac/, Miss. 

June Turnbow— Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. 

Mary Ann Turner Belzoni, Miss. 

Ann Von Seutter— Vikings Jackson, Miss. 

George Watson— I. S. A. Woodville, Miss. 

Ruth Wedig Jackson, Miss. 

June Whatley— Phi Mu Ruleville, Miss. 

Elizabeth Wilson Jackson, Miss. 

Maxine Winn— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Belzoni, Miss. 
Jack Woodrow— Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss. 

Dollye Wright— Vikings Centreville, Miss. 

William Wright— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 
Jean Wynne— Vikings Jackson, Miss. 

Hendrick Zander, Jr.— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Jackson, Miss. 

Texie Ruth Howe Florence, Miss. 



THE FIRST BOBASHELA APPEARED IN 1907; THE FIRST P&W IN 1908 



Dr. Moore knows how to put 
laughs into each minute of his 
classes— even when they're con- 
cerned with dry mop studies. 




7^ S P H fl II R E S 



Betty Blair Alford— Kappa Delta Hazlehurst, Miss. 

Ada Mae Bain— Beta Sigma Omicron 6e/zon/, Miss. 

Charis Ann Banahan Jackson, Miss. 

Virginia Ann Batten— Chi Omega _ Jaclcson, Miss. 

Ersel Kepheart Bell Laurel, Miss. 

Leela Frances Berryhill— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Greenwood Miss. 

Lois Bending Laurel, Miss. 

Charles Winston Brandon— Lambda Chi Alpha 

Jackson Miss. 

Elizabeth Vivian Buck Jackson, Miss. 

Andre Rosalind Butler Jacfcson, Miss. 

Cathryn Campbell Co/umb;o, Miss. 

Fred Alfred Carver— Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss. 

Bowman L. Clark Meridian, Miss. 

Mary Evelyn Collins— Phi Mu 6roo(t/iaven, Miss. 

Edward Kingston Correll— Lambda Chi Alpha 

Jackson, Miss. 

Mary Elizabeth Cowan— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Grenada, Miss. 

Dorothy Lee Crum— Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. 

Mable Myrleen Cummings Jackson, Miss. 



Madge La Deane Davis Terry, Miss. 

Reid Patton Dorr— Pi Kappa Alpha Sardis, Miss. 

Janet Adalyn Fox— Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. 

Carolyn Edna Folk- Vikings Jackson, Miss. 

Janelle Katherine Gordon Liberfy, Texos 

Frances Carolina Gray— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Woynesboro, Miss. 

Thomas Wood Hairston— Kappa Alpha 

Jackson, Miss. 

William Thomas Hall ...Natchez, Miss. 

Betty Clark Hamilton— Phi Mu Jackson, Miss. 

Catherine Ellis Herring— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Grenada, Miss. 

Roy Edward Hogan Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Gwendal Holcomb Jacfeson, Miss. 

Robert Thomas Hollingsworth, Jr.— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Pontotoc, Miss. 

Naf Johnson Hovious— Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Dixie Aire Hutchinson New Orleans, La. 

James Jenkins— Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss. 

Tinnie Virginia Jennings— Chi Omega 

Koscuisko, Miss. 



A PREP SCHOOL WAS MAINTAINED BY MILLSAPS FROM 1892 TO 1922 




These would-be chemists must be 
trying to absorb the mysteries of 
the atom. 



B. Alford 
A. Bain 
C. Banahan 
V. Batton 
E. Bell 



L. Berryhill 
L. Bending 
C. Brandon 
Elizabeth Burle 
R. Butler 



Catheryn Campbell 

K. Carver 

B.Clark 

Mary E. Collins 

E.Correll 



M. Cowan 

D. Crum 

Myrleen Cummlngs 

M. Davis 

R. Dorr 



J. Fox 
C. Folk 
J. Gordon 
F. Gray 
T. Hoirston 



W. Hall 

B. Hamilton 

C. Herring 
R. Hogan 
Gwendol Holcomb 



R. T. Hollinsmoth 
N. Hovious 
D. Hutchinson 
J. C. Jenkins, Jr. 
T. Jennings 




1U SOPHOMORES 



Rex Donald Jones Laure/, M\s^. 

Ernest Lino Jordan, Jr.— Kappa Alpha 

Jackson, Miss. 

Martha Lynn Kenna Jackson, /\Aiss. 

Elizabeth Ann Lampton— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Tylertown, Miss. 

Frances Jane Lampton— Chi Omega 

Columbia, Miss. 

Mary Barrett Linfield— Chi Omega Gulfporf, Miss. 

Harold Maury Ludlow, Jr.— Kappa Sigma 

Jackson, Miss. 

Henry Gilbert Lutrick, Jr. Florence, Miss. 

Broadine May— Phi Mu __ Mobile, Ala. 

Martin Luther McCormick, Jr. Yazoo City, Miss. 

William P. McMullan— Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

William D. Morrison— Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

James Franklin Noble, Jr.— Kappa Sigma 

Brookhoven, Miss 

Ned O'Brien— Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss 

Joyce Patrick— Phi Mu Jackson, Miss. 

William Joseph Patterson— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Salisbury, N. C 

Mary Elizabeth Peatross— Chi Omega 

Jackson, Miss. 



Laura Ruth Pellum— Phi Mu Clorksdale, Miss. 

Otho Keith Pigott— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Columbia, Miiss. 

Ann Porter— Chi Omega_ _ Jacfcson, Miss. 

Joe Jordan Powell._ Jackson, Miss. 

Letty Lee Ready __ Jackson, Miss. 

Ccrabel Wharton Roberts— Chi Omega 

Jackson, Miss. 

James Wesley Saunders— Kappa Sigma 

Hollandale, Miss. 

Bessie Ruth Shanks— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Jackson, Miss. 

Christine Olivia Simmons— Kappa Delta 

Jackson, Miss. 

Gretchen Olga Stackhouse Jackson, Miss. 

Mary Jane Stone— Chi Omega Okolona, Miss. 

Jean Turnbow— Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. 

Mildred Sherley Ulmer— Phi Mu Kansas City, Mo. 
Alma Van Hock— Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. 

Jane Walker— Chi Omega Sanatorium, Miss. 

Bradford Wells— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Simons Island, Ga. 

Janie Sue Williams Jackson, Miss. 

Lyndall Mitchell Wilson— Chi Omega 

Greenv///e, Miss. 



MILLSAPS' ASSETS NOW AMOUNT TO APPROXIMATELY $2,000,000.00 




When x's and y's give you heod- 
jches. Dr. Mitchell knows how to 
jolve the problem. 



R. Jones 
E. Jordan 
M. Kenna 
E. Lampton 
J. Lampton 



1a 




^ ^ 



* , . .^ ■» JSS- ^ 



M. Linfield 
H. Ludlow 
H. Lutrick 
B. May 
M. McCormick 





W. Patrick McMullan 
W. D. Morrison 
J. Noble 
N. O'Brien 
J. Patrick 






>— ^ 



ikik 



W. Patterson 
M. Peatross 
R. Pellum 
O. Pigott 
A. Porter 




J. Powell 
L. Reedy 
C. Roberts 
J. W. Sanders 
R. Shanks 



G. Simmons 

G. Stackhouse 

Jane Storm 

J. Turnbow 

Mildred Shirley Ulman 



A. Van Hook 
Jane Walker 
B.Wells 
J.Williams 
L. Wilson 






J.Adair 



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W. J. Adams 
C. Alexander 
A. Allen 


IIAJk. 




_1^^^K "^^^L. 


J.Allen 
R. Applewhite 
M. Attyah 
W. Axtel 




H. Bailey 
J. Bone 
M. Barnes 
R. Bell 


mM 









B. Brewer 
R. Bulien 
E. Burnet 

C. Castle 



T. Chichester 
S. Clark 
P. Clendinning 
D. Cobb 



L. Collins 
S. Conn 
W. Cook 
A. Crlsler 



7^ J D SI R S 



Joyce Adair— Vikings G/os/er, Miss. Billie Brewer— Vikings McComb, Miss. 

Wilkie Jane Adams— Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. Robert Bullen— Pi Kappa Alpha Vicksburg, Miss. 

Clay Alexander— Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss. Eugene Burnet— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Albert Allen— Pi Kappa Alpha Jacfeson, Miss. Hugh Craig Castle, Jr.— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Philadelphia, Miss. 

Jeanne Allen Jackson, Miss. 

Trudy Chichester— Kappa Delta Edwards, Miss. 

Ruth Applewhite— Kappa Delta Winona, Miss. 

Sarah Frances Clark Nafchez, Miss. 

Mary Rose Attyah— Vikings lackson, Miss. 

Pat Clendinning— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Wilna Axtell— Phi Mu Madison, Miss. 

Dewey Cobb— Beta Sigma Omicron Bude, Miss. 

Harold Bailey— Kappa Sigma Jacfeson, A/l/ss. , _ ... „. ,^ ,, , , , .,. 

Lowery Collms— Pi Kappa Alpha Laurel, Miss. 

Roy Bane-Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss. ghi^ey Conn-Kappa Delta _ _ Jacfcson, Miss. 

Mae Alice Barnes-Kappa Delta Jacfcson, Miss. William Cook-Pi Kappa Alpha Confon, Miss. 

Ralph Bell— Lambda Chi Alpha Sfor, Miss. Alice Crisler— Phi Mu Raynnond, Miss. 

MILLSAPS HOLDS MEMBERSHIP IN ELEVEN EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 



Mrs. Roberts is famous for her 
extraordinary musicians as well 
as for her insistence upon long, 
long, long hours of practicing. 





J. Crisler 
F. Culley 
V. Darracoft 
S. Deol 



W, Dement 
T. Doolittle 
E. Eastman 
R.Ely 



I. Emmerich 
H. Francis 
F. A. Gclloway 
F. Gandy 



N. Garland 
L. Godbold 
W. Griffith 
E. Gussio 



B. L. Hormer 
D. Harris 
M. Harrison 
A. Hathorn 



B. Heorn 
M. Hendricks 
A. Hobbs 
R. Holyfield 



7^ J |] M R S 



James Crisler— Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss. 

Frances Culley— Chi Omega Jackson, Miss. 

Virginia Darracott— Vikings Amory, Miss. 

Sarah Deal— Phi Mu Florence, Ala. 

William Dement Meridian, Miss. 

Thomas Doolittle— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Ethel Eastman .. Belzoni, Miss. 

Rebecca Ely— Beta Sigma Omicron Vaiden, Miss. 
Ida Fae Emmerich— Kappa Delta A^cComb, Miss. 
Halla Jo Francis— Kappa Delta Terry, Miss. 

Frances Ann Galloway— Chi Omega Canton, Miss. 
Frances Gandy— Vikings Whiffield, Miss. 

Nell Garland— Kappa Delta Crysfal Springs, Miss. 



Laura Mae Godbold— Beta Sigma Omicron 

McComb, Miss. 

Willim Griffith — Kappa Sigma Jocfcson, Miss. 

Edith Gussio— Kappa Delta Jackson, Miss. 

Bonnie Lee Harmer— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Jackson, Miss. 

David Harris ._ _ Harrisville, Miss. 

Mary Eleanor Harrison Cockruw, Miss. 

Amanda Hathorn— Kappa Delta Jackson, Miss. 
Betty Jane Hearn— Vikings Vicksburg, Miss. 

Marguerite Hendricks— Chi Omega 6oy/e, Miss. 
Ann Hobbs — Chi Omega Annisfon, Ala. 

Robert Holyfield— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Porf Gibson, Miss. 



IN 1898 UNITED STATES SOLDIERS WERE STATIONED ON OBSERVATORY HILL 



Bill Griffith and Jane Stebbins 
do some advanced experiments 
in the well equipped chemistry 
lob. 





R. Howell 
E. Johnson 
S. Johnston 
L. Jones 



J. Kotchtitzky 
M. Lone 
B. Longdon 
L. Longford 



E. Logan 
B. Long 
P. Luckett 

N. McKinnon 



H. Minyord 

M. Mitchell 
B. Moore 
E. Murphy 



H. Murphy 
L. McLoin 
J. Nicholson 
P. Pendergraft 



G. Petti's 

B. Pittman 
F. Pittman 

C. Powell 



7^ J 11 « I R S 



Rosemary Howell— Chi Omega Durant, Miss. 

Eleanor Johnson— Kappa Delta Fayeife, Miss. 

Sarah Johnston— Phi Mu Hernando, Miss. 

Lewis Jones— Pi Kappa Alpha Alexandria, Va. 

John Kochtitzky— Kappa Sigma _ Jackson, Miss. 

Maurine Lane— Chi Omega Hollandale, Miss. 

Betty Langdon— Vikings Jackson, Miss. 

Lewis Longford— Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss. 

Elsie Logan Meridian, Miss. 

Betty Long— Vikings _ Meridian, Miss. 

Perry Luckett Jackson, Miss. 

Nadine McKinnon— Chi Omega New Orleans, La. 



Helene Minyard— Kappa Delta Jackson, Miss. 

Meryin Mitchell — Phi Mu _ .._ Columbia, Miss. 

Billy Moore— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Evelyn Murphy— Phi Mu Haftiesburg, Miss. 

Helen Murphy— Phi Mu Haft/esburg, Miss. 

Louis McLain— Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss. 

Janice Nicholson— Vikings Jackson, Miss. 

Patsy Pendergraft- Kappa Delta Jacfcson, Miss. 

Gwendolyn Petfus— Phi Mu Jackson, Miss. 

Betty Sue Pittman— Vikings Jacskon, Miss. 

Francis Pittman— Vikings Jackson, Miss. 

Catherine Powell— Vikings Jackson, Miss. 



MAJOR MILLSAPS CONTRIBUTED OVER $500,000.00 TO THE COLLEGE 



This class is not a class-— but a |— > 
group of volunteers who work H^S~ 
only when they desire to work 
and attend class only when they 
desire— yet attendance was near- 
ly 100 per cent and their draw- 
ings are of superb quality. 





p. Powers 
F. Price 
L. Ray 
R. Ray 



E. Read 
V. Rehfeldt 
M. Ridgway 
S. Sanders 



M. Scarborough 
M. Skidmore 
J. Stebbins 
W. Stokes 



B. Thornhill 
M. Tingle 
B. Townsend 
E. Walker 



R. Watkins 
E. Welsh 
M. White 
G. Wilkerson 



F. Williams 
J. Wiilinghom 
D. Wright 
D. Youngblood 
H. Youngblood 



7^ J 11 n R s 



Percy Powers— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson, Miss. 
Francis Rose Price— Kappa Delta Madison, Miss. 

Lena Mae Ray— Vikings Chester, Miss. 

Robert Ray— Pi Kappa Alpha Eupora, Miss. 

Esther Read— Kappa Delta Drew, Miss. 

Virginia Rehfeldt— Phi Mu Jackson, Miss. 

Mary Ridgway— Kappa Delta Jackson, Miss. 

Samuel Sanders Jacfcson, Miss. 

Melvis Scarborough Jacfcson, Miss. 

Mary Lou Skidmore Jackson, Miss. 

Jaite Stebbins— Kappa Delta Jackson, Miss. 

V/illiam Stokes McComb, Miss. 

Brock Thornhill McComb, Miss. 



Mary Elizabeth Tingle— Phi Mu Jackson, Miss. 

Bernice Townsend — Kappa Delta Jackson, Miss. 

Evelyn Walker- Kappa Delta Jackson, Miss. 

Rose Vv'atkins— Kappa Delta Dixon, Miss. 

Elizabeth Welsh— Chi Omega Pl^iladelphia, Miss. 

Margaret White— Phi Mu Jackson, Miss. 

Geraldine Wilkerson— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Jacfcson, Miss. 

Frances Williams— Chi Omega Philadelphia, Miss. 

Jane Willingham— Phi Mu Jackson, Miss. 

Dan Wright— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson, Miss. 

Donald Youngblood Meadville, Miss. 

Mollis Youngblood _. Jackson, Miss. 



IN THE EARLY YEARS CHAPEL ATTENDANCE WAS REQUIRED DAILY 



One of the most beloved profs, 
Dr. Fleming, tells his students 
"how to be ct home in the uni- 
verse." 




Vke m\n lun 



CHARLES ALLEN Hazlehurst 

P\ Kappa Alpha 
Student Executive Board 3; Vice-President 3; 
Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3; Assistant Business 
Manager Boboshela 3; Assistant Business Man- 
ager Purple and White 2; Alpha Psi Omega 
2; Student Assistant 1, 2; Tennis Team 1; Bas- 
ketball team 3; Vice-President Student Body 3. 

JAMES ARMSTRONG Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Omicron Delta Kappa 2; Alpha Epsilon Delta 
2; Men's Pan-Hellenic 2; Secretary Pan- 
Hellenic 2; Student Executive Board 2, 3; 
Boboshela Staff 1; Business Manager Bobo- 
shela 2, 3; Tennis Team 1; Bank 1, 2, 3; 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3; International Rela- 
tions Club; Symphony Orchestra 1, 2; V^^ho's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. 

LANE BAILEY Jackson 

Kappa Delfa 
Topper Club 3; Pan-Hellenic 3; Math Assist- 
ant 2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Players 2, 3; 
Varsity Show 2; Messiah 1; Business Staff of 
Purple and White 1; Boboshela Business 
Staff 2. 

SAM BAREFIELD Hattiesburg 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Christian Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Assistant 
in Recreation 1; Student Assistant in Cafeteria 
1, 2; Co-editor of Freshman Purple and White 
edition 1; I. R. C. 2, 3, 4; PiKA S.M.C. 3; 



PiKA I.M.C. 2; S.E.B. 2, 3, 4; Kit Kat 2, 3, 4; 
Rundle Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. 
Vice-President 2; Chapel Committee 3, 4; 
Christian League 3, 4; Singers 3, 4; ODK 
President 3, 4; Christian Council President 
3, 4; HPsi 4; Millsaps Delegate to Southern 
Students' Conference 3. 



LESBIA BYARS 

Viking 
Baptist Student Union 4. 



-Calhoun City 



Jackson 



MARJORIE BURDSAL 

Kappa Delfa 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Alpha Epsilon Delta 2, 3, 4; 
Vice-President 3; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Ma- 
jorette Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals Chairman 4; 
Women's Pan-Hellenic 4; Vice-President 4; 
Student Assistant 2, 3, 4; President Kappa 
Delta 4. 

MARTINA CADENHEAD ._ Jackson 

Viking 
Women's Council 3; Christian Council 4; 
Millsaps Singers 1, 2; Student Assistant. 

PEGGY CARR Jackson 

Phi Mu 
Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2; Presi- 
dent 4; Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4; Purple and 
White Business Staff 1; Editor Purple and 
White 3; Boboshela Business Staff 1; Chi 
Delta 3, 4; Christian Council 3; Student Exec- 
utive Board 3, 4; Phi Mu Secretary 2; Treas- 



THERE WERE ONLY FOUR TEACHERS ON MILLSAPS' FIRST FACULTY 




Most of us fill our "leisure" time 
with multitudes of meetings, and 
spend that between-class- minute 
taking a look at club schedules 
on the bulletin board. 



urer 3; Student Assistant 4; Debate tourna- 
ment 1, 3. 

ELIZABETH CRISLER Raymond 

Phi Mu 
Delta Kappa Delta 3, 4; Baptist Student 
Union 3, 4; Majorette Club 3, 4; Treasurer 
Phi Mu 4; Hinds Junior College 1, 2. 

DOROTHY EADY 

Befa Sigma Omicron 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 2, 3, 4; President 4; 
Sigma Lambda 3, 4; Women's Council 4; 
International Relations Club 3, 4; Majorette 
Club. 4. 



MILDRED ELLIS Lyon 

Chi Omega 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet 4; International Relations Club 
3, 4; Kappa Delta Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Bobashela 
StafF 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Business Manager 
Bobashela 4; Purp/e and Wfi/fe Staff 1, 2, 
3, 4; Millsaps Players 2, 3, 4; Student Assist- 
ant 3, 4. 

CLARA FOY Brandon 

Viking 
Y. W. C. A. 1; Alpha Epsilon Delta 2; His- 
torian 2; Theta Nu Sigma 2; Secretary-Treas- 
urer 2; Kappa Delta Epsilon 1; Secretary 
Vikings 3. 



C.ALLEN 
J.ARMSTRONG 
L. BAILEY 
S. BAREFIELD 



L. BYARS 
M. BURDSAL 
M. CADENHEAD 
P. CARR 



E. CRISLER 
D. EADY 
M. ELLIS 
C. FOY 




^ke SENIOR CLASS 



LOIS FRITZ Jackson 

Befo S/'gma Omicron 
Delta Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3; Major- 
ette Club 2, 3, 4; Bobos/ie/a StafF 4; Topper 
Club 2; Purp/e and Whife 1, 3, 4; Student 
Assistant 1, 2; Editor Beta Sigma Omicron 2; 
Vice-President Beta Sigma Omicron 3. 

FLORA GIARDINA Flora 

Debate Club 4; Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Bobos/ie/a StafF 3, 4; Purp/e and W/iife 4; 
Topper Club 2; Beethoven Club 4; Millsaps 
Players 3, 4. 

JULIA GOODMAN Jackson 

P/i/ Mu 
Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4; 
Secretary Sophomore Class; Rush Chairman 
Phi Mu 2; Millsaps Singers 1; Purp/e and 
\NW\ie StafF 1, 2, 3; News Editor 2; Society 
Editor 2, 3; 6obas/ie/o Staff 3, 4; Senior 
Class Editor 4; Women's Pan-Hellenic 2, 3, 4; 
Vice-President 2; Vice-President Phi Mu 3; 
President Phi Mu 4. 

NINA BESS GOSS Jackson 

?>e\Q Sigma Omicron 
Student Executive Board 4; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta 2, 3, 4; Historian 3; Vice- 
President 4; Theta Nu Sigma 2, 3, 4; Sec- 
retary-Treasurer 4; Topper Club 2; Science 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4; 
Rush Chairman Beta Sigma Omicron 4. 



CHARLOTTE GULLEDGE , ...Crystal Springs 

Chi Omega 
Women's Council 2; Secretary 2; Y. W. C. A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; 
Vice-President 4; Majorette Club 4; Millsaps 
Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Topper Club 2; Women's 
Pan-Hellenic 4; Treasurer 4; Student Assist- 
ant 2; Vice-President Chi Omega 3, 4; Rush 
Chairman Chi Omega 4. 

JOHN HAMPTON Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 
Business Manager Purple and White 3; Vice- 
President Baptist Student Union 2, 3; Pledge 
President Kappa Sigma 1; Grand Treasurer 
Kappa Sigma 2; Grand Master of Ceremonies 
Kappa Sigma 3. 

DOROTHY HATHORN Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
Science Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; Kappa Delta 
Epsilon 3, 4; Majorette Club 4; Millsaps Sing- 
ers 3, 4; M, S. C. W. 1, 2. 

ANNE HENRY Jackson 

Phi Mu 
Student Executive Board 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 
3, 4; International Relations Club 4; Majorette 
Club 3, 4; Bobashela StafF 1; Purp/e and 
White 3; Women's Pan-Hellenic 3, 4; Presi- 
dent 4; Pledge Trainer Phi Mu 3; Vice-Presi- 
dent Phi Mu 4. 



IN 1921 MILLSAPS COLLEGE HAD ITS FIRST FEMALE FACULTY MEMBER 




Shades of Galileo" - 
astra per aspera." 



"ad 



MARY ANN JIGGITTS 

Chi Omega 
Bobashela Staff 4. 



Jackson BETTY KLUMB Crystal Springs 

Chi Omega 
Millsaps Singers 3; Y. W. C. A. 3; Westmin- 
ster League 3. 



ELAINE KEARY Jackson 

Beia Sigma Omicron 

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 1, 2, 3; 

Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3; Topper Club 2; 

President Beta Sigma Omicron 3. 



ELIZABETH LLOYD Jackson 

Beto Sigma Omicron 
Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Sigma Lambda 4; Alpha 
Epsilon Delta 3, 4; President 4; Theta Nu 
Sigma 3, 4; Secretory-Treasurer 4; Majorette 
Club 3, 4; Purple and White 4; Women's 
Pan-Hellenic 4; Vice-President Beta Sigma 
Omicron 3; President Beta Sigma Omicron 4; 
Ramblers Club 4; Student Assistant. 



L FRITZ 

F. GIARDINA 

J.GOODMAN 

N.GOSS 



C. GULLEDGE 
i. HAMPTON 

D. HATHORN 
A. HENRY 



M. JIGGITTS 
E. KEARY 
B. KLUMB 
E. LLOYD 




Ike n\\%\ CLASS 



Jackson 



JULIA FAYE MAYO 

Ze\a Sigma Omicron 



DOROTHY MELVIN _ Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
International Relations Club 4; Sigma Lambda 
4; Millsaps Singers 1, 2; Bobashela Staff 
1, 2; Purple and White 1, 2; Alpha Psi Omega 
4; Millsaps Players 4; Student Assistant 4; 
Vice-President Kappa Delta 4. 

MARY LOU MILES Calhoun City 

Viking 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4. 

MARY RUTH MURPHY Jackson 

Viking 
Women's Council 2; Christian Council 1, 2; 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Alpha Epsilon Delta 3; 
Delta Kappa Delta 2, 3; Majorette Club 2, 3; 
Topper Club 2; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 2. 

JAMES McCAFFERTY Winona 

Kappa Sigma 
Y. M. C. A. 3, 4; Pre-law Club 3, 4; Debate 
Club 3, 4; Delta Kappa Delta 3, 4. 



DAN McCULLEN 



Jacks 



Pi Kappa Alpha 



CAROLYN McKEWEN Jackson 

Viking 
Majorette Club 2; Millaps Singers 3; Student 
Assistant; Assistant to Dean of Women. 



Murphy 



MARGARET McLAURIN 

Chi Omega 
Y. W. C. A. 3; Bobashela Staff 3. 



MARY ETHEL NAY .....Jackson 

Viking 
Hinds Junior College 1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; 
Band 1; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabi- 
net 3, 4; Christian Council 3, 4; Secretary 4; 
Christian League 3; Chapel Committee 4; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities 4; Millsaps Players 3; Millsaps Sing- 
ers 3, 4; Kappa Delta Epsilon 4; Science Club 
3; Sigma Lambda 4; Student Assistant 3, 4; 
Majorette Club 4. 

MYRA NICHOLS Jackson 

Viking 
Student Executive Board 2; Christian Council 
2, 3; Secretary 3; Delta Kappa Delta 2, 3; 
Sigma Lambda 3; Millsaps Singers 2; Topper 
Club 2; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities 3; Sec- 
retary Vikings 1; President Vikings 2; Secre- 
!ary Student Body 3. 

ROSEMARY NICHOLS Jackson 

Viking 
Women's Council 3; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3; 
Delta Kappa Delta 2, 3; Treasurer 3; Major- 
ette Club 2, 3; Vice-President 3; Millsaps 



GOV. TOM BAILEY AND BISHOP J. L. DECELL GRADUATED FROM MILLSAPS 




Singers 2, 3; Bobashela Staff 3; Purple and 
White 2, 3; Topper Club 1, 2, 3; President 3; 
Student Assistant 3; Treasurer Vikings 2; 
President Vikings 3; Secretary Student Body 3. 



ETHEL MAE ROBBINS Madisc 

Kappa Delta 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; International Relations 
Club 4; Kappa Delta Epsilon 4; Millsaps 
Singers 2; Student Assistant 4; Millsaps Play- 
ers 2. 



MARY NELL SELLS Picayune 

Viking 
Student Executive Board 3, 4; Women's Coun- 
cil 4; Christian Council 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 
2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; 
Y. V^. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3; Kappa Delta Epsi- 
lon 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary- 
Treasurer 3; Bobasiiela Staff 4; Organiza- 
tions Manager 4; Purple and White 3; Proof 
Editor 3; Topper Club 2; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities 3; Stu- 
dent Assistant 3; Chapel Committee 3, 4; 
Secretary Vikings 1, 2; President Vikings 3. 



J. MAYO 
D. MELVIN 
M. MILES 
M. MURPHY 



J. McCAFFERTY 
D. McCULLEN 
C. McKEWEN 
M. McLAUREN 



M. NAY 
M. NICHOLS 
R. NICHOLS 
E. ROBBINS 
M. SELLS 




7^ SENIOR CLUS 



WILLIAM SHANKS Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
S. E. B. 4; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; I. R. C. 2, 4; Vice- 
Pres. 4; O. D. K. 2, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 2, 4; 
Vice-Pres. 4; Debate Club 1, 2; 6obas/ie/o 
Staff 2; Veterans' Club 4; Men's Pan-Hellenic 
2, 4; Vice-Pres. Y. M. C. A. 4; Student Assist- 
ant 4; Sec. Lambda Chi Alpha 2;Pres. Lambda 
Chi Alpha 3. 

MIRIAM STAMPS _ McComb 

Chi Omega 

Women's Council 2; Pres. 2; B. S. U. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sec.-Treas. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; I. R. C. 3, 
4; Sigma Lambda 3, 4; Sec.-Treas 4; K. D. E. 

2, 3, 4; Treas. 3; Pres. 4; Majorette Club 2, 

3, 4; Pres. 3, 4; Millsaps Singers 1, 2,; Eta 
Sigma 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Student Assistant 
3, 4; Sec. Chi Omega 2, 3, 4. 

CARROLL STEEN Jackson 

Viking 
S. E. B. 3, 4; Christian Council 3, 4; I. R. C. 4; 
Sec.-Treas. 4; Sigma Lambda 3, 4; Historian 
4; Chi Delta 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Millsaps Singers 
1, 2; Bobashe/o StofF 4; P. ond W. 3, 4; Editor 
P. and W. 4; Who's Who; Vikings 3. 

HAZEL STEEN Jackson 

Viking 
B. S. U. 1, 2, 3, 4; Millsaps Singers 1; eobo- 
shela Staff 4; P. and W. 3; Copy Editor 3; 
Student Assistant 3, 4. 



MARGUERITE STEWART Grenada 

Beta Sigma Omicron 
Women's Council 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Treas. 
2; K. D, E. 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; 
Millsaps Singers 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 2; 
Marine Corps Sponsor 1; Sec.-Treas. Fresh- 
man Class; Vice-Pres. Sophomore Class; Stu- 
dent Assistant 4; Treas. B. 3. O. 3. 

ROBERTA STEWART Kosciusko 

Phi Mu 
S. E. B. 4; Y. W. C. A. 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 
4; K. D. E. 4; Vice-Pres. 4; Chi Delta 3, 4; Sec. 
4; Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; Pres. 3, 4; Debate 
Club 3, 4; Pres. 4; P. and W. 3, 4; Feature 
Editor 4; Pledge Trainer Phi Mu 4; 6obas/ie/o 
Staff 4. 

WALLACE TURNER 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

MARGARET VANDIVER Port Gibson 

Phi Mu 
Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Chi Delta 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 
3, 4; Millsaps Singers 1; Bobashelo Staff 1, 2, 
3; Literary Editor 4; P. and W. 1,2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Assistant 4; Vice-Pres. Phi Mu 2; Registrar 
Phi Mu 3; Reporter Phi Mu 4. 



AAARY WHARTON 



Gulfport 



Chi Omega 

JEAN WHITE _ Pickens 

Kappa Deha 
B. S. U. 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 4; Y. W. C. A. 2; 



THE MUSIC HALL WAS FORMERLY A SOUTHERN PLANTATION HOME 




In pursuit of intellect. 



A. E. D. 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 3; Pres. 4; Theta Nu 
Sigma 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 3; Pres. 4; Bobashela 
StafF 3, 4; Honorary Editor 4; P. and W. 2, 3, 
4; Society Editor 4; Topper Club 2; Sec.-Treas. 
2; Women's Pan-Hellenic 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 4; 
Student Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. Kappa Delta 
3,4. 

JOE WIGGINS Cruger 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
S. E. B. 4; Pres. 4; B. S. U. 2; Vice-Pres. 2; 
Y. M. C. A. 1; A. E. D. 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Theta 
Nu Sigma 2, 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 4; Men's Pan- 
Hellenic 3, 4; Pres. 4; Sec. 3; Student Assistant 
3; Pres. Senior Class 4; Pres. Student Body 4. 



LOUIS WILKINS 



Jackson 



Kappa Alpha 



EDNA EARLE WILLIAMS Greenwood 

Beta Sigma Om/cron 
S. E. B. 4, Women's Council 3; Christian Coun- 
cil 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; I. R. C. 3, 4; 
Pres. 4; Sigma Lambda 3, 4; Pres. 4; K. D. E. 
3, 4; P. ond W. 1, 2; StafF Editor 2; Alpha Psi 
Omega 2, 3, 4; Pres. 3, 4; Millsaps Players 

1, 2, 3; Topper Club 1; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 

2, 3; Treas. 3; Freshman Queen; Sec. B. S. O. 
2; Vice-Pres. B. S. O. 4; Student Assistant 2, 

3, 4; Who's Who; Class Officer 3, 4. 



W. SHANKS 
M. STAMPS 
C.STEEN 
H.STEEN 



M. STEWART 
R. STEWART 
W.TURNER 
M. VAKDIVER 



M. WHARTON 
J. WHITE 
J.WIGGINS 
L.WIGGINS 
E.WILLIAMS 





Millsaps has always held to the poliey that students need 
other interests than class work and study. So, for almost 
as long as the college has been here, there has been a 
growing list of extra curricular activities. These groups 
help to foster school spirit, carry the name of Millsaps far 
and near, and give expression to the talent here on the 
campus. It is to the advantage of any student who is out- 
standing in any of the various fields to become connected 
with an organization that has the same interests and goals 
that he has developed for himself. 






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Charles Allen Sam Barefield Nina Bess Goss Ann Henry 

Helen Murphy Patsy Pendergraft Mary Nell Sells Bill Shanks 

Carroll Steen Joe Wiggins Rosemary Nichols 



STDDEIT EXECUTIIE BOARD 

OUR ASSURANCE OF GOVERNMENT BY AND FOR THE STUDENTS 

OFFICERS 



JOE WIGGINS 



Presidenf 



CHARLES ALLEN Vice-President 

ROSEMARY NICHOLS Secrefary-Treasurer 

The very essence of Millaps is found embodied in this group of selected students who rule the campus 
with an iron hand. They draw up the social calendar, have student body elections, and deal with the 
student's every problem. They even try to get dancing approved on the campus with rallies. 



Sam Barefield 
Nino Bess Goss 
Ann Henry 



MEMBERS 

Helen Murphy 
Patsy Pendergraft 
Mary Nell Sells 



Bill Shanks 
Carroll Steen 



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Martina Cadenhead 
Mary Ridgway 



Dot Eady 
Mary Nell Sells 



Eleanor Johnson 
Mrs, Stone 



Evelyn Murphy 
Alma Van Hook 



THE WOflErS COUMIL 

They Take Up for the "Femmes" 

OFFICERS 
EVELYN MURPHY President 

MARY RIDGWAY V;ce-Pres/c/enf 

ELEANOR JOHNSON ...Secretary-Treasurer 

The council is made up of a representative of each sorority and organization of Millsaps. These girls voice 
an equal opinion with the faculty as to the laws governing the comely co-eds and promote fair judgment 
upon all. 

MEMBERS 

Martina Cadenhead Eleanor Johnson Mary Nell Sells 

Mrs. Cooper Mrs. Massey Mrs. Stone 

Dot Eady Evelyn Murphy Alma Van Hook 

Mrs. Johnson Mary Ridgeway 



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Sam Barefield 


Martina Cadenhead 


Craig Castle 


Robert Childress 


Bowman Clarke 


Rebecca Ely 


Dr. Bond Fleming 


Laura Mae Godbold 


David Mcintosh 


Mary Ethel Nay 


Joe Powell 


Mary Ridgway 


Dean Riecken 


Mary Nell Sells 


Dr. M. L. Smith 


Nell Smith 


Carroll Steen 


Edna Earle Williams 



CHRISTIH COIIHIL 

They Wafch Our Morals and Keep Up Our Morale 

OFFICERS 

CRAIG CASTLE President 

A/ARY NELL SELLS Vice-Presidcr.f 

t'fiRY ETHEL NAY Secretary 

R03ERT CHILDRESS „ Treasurer 

Religious Emphasis Week personifies the work of this council, who try by their example to prcmote a 
Christian atmosphere on the ccmpus. Their guiding light helps to set the freshmen on the right becm with 
Millsaps and the church. 

MEMBERS 

Sam Barefreld Dr. Bond Fleming Dean Riecken 

Martina Codenhead Laura Mae Godbold Mary Nell Sells 

Craig Castle Dr. N. J.Golding Dr. M. D. Smith 

Robert Childress David Mcintosh Nell Smith 

Bowman Clarke Mary Ethel Nay Carroll Steen 

Rebecca Ely Joe Powell Edna Earle Williams 

Mary Ridgewoy 



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Mae Alice Barnes Lib Buck Robert Childress Margaret Hughes Gene Nettles 

Miriam Stamps Jane Stebbins Evelyn Walker Jean White 



BAPTIST STIIDEIT Um 

A SUCCOR TO THE BAPTISTS 

OFFICERS 

ROBERT CHILDRESS President 

JANE STEBBINS First Vice-President 

JEAN WHITE Second Vice-President 

Ml Rl AM STAMPS Secretary 

ANNE VON SEUTTER Treasurer 

These students assemble every month for a period of fellowship and a discussion of the beliefs they hold 
in common. Because their lives exemplify their ideals, Methodist Millsaps couldn't get along without its 
Baptists! i 

MEMBERS 

Mae Alice Barnes Robert Childress Miriam Stamps 

Lib Buck Margaret Hughes Jane Stebbins 

Jackie Byars Gene Nettles Evelyn Walker 

Lesbia Byars Barbara Robertson Jean White 

Melba Jean Cash Ann von Seutter 



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Mary Nell Sells 
Helene Minyard 
Rebecca Ely 



Elizabeth Welsh Mary Rldgway 

Laura Mae Godbold Mary Ethel Nay 

Julia Goodman Patsy Pendergraft Sarah Deal 



Mildred Ellis 
Myra Nichols 
Mrs. Goodman 



1. W. D. 1. 

THE SUCCESSOR CHAPEL PROGRAMS GOES TO THEM 

Y.W.C. A. CABINET 

MARY NELL SELLS President 

ELIZABETH WELSH yke-Presideni 

MARY RIDGEWAY Secretary 

MILDRED ELLIS Treasurer 

HELENE MINYARD, MILDRED ELLIS Wor/d Affairs Chairmen 

LAURA MAE GODBOLD, MARY ETHEL NAY Program Chairmen 

MARY RIDGEWAY Campus Church Relations 

MYRA NICHOLS Social Chairman 

REBECCA ELY Social Service 

JULIA GOODMAN House Chairman 

PATSY PENDERGRAFT.. Publicity 

SARAH DEAL Projects 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE 
Miss Carolyn Bufkin Miss Mildred Clegg Mrs. N. Bond Fleming Mrs. Goodman 

"Y" has become an institution without which Millsaps couldn't get along. Their achievements have been 
many and varied— the gay Christmas party for ophans, the food kept in the dormitories, the lectures on 
marriage and the family. Indeed, they have an enviable record of program and achievement. 



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Craig Castle Robert Childress Bowman Clarke 

David Mcintosh William Stokes 



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CHRISTIANITY AND EDUCATION MAKE MEN WITH VISION 

Y. M. C. A. CABINET 

BOWMAN CLARKE President 

WILLIAM STOKES Vice-President 

ROBERT CHILDRESS Secretary-Treasurer 

CRAIG CASTLE Publicity Chairman 

DAVID Mel NTOSH Socio/ Chairman 

WILLIAM STOKES Publicity Chairman 



We are proud of our Young Men's Christian Association because it has "started from scratch," has had 
many obstacles to overcome, and yet has become a live-wire organization. Joint meetings of Y. M.' with 
Y. W.' have been highlights of campus life. Combined cabinet meetings of the two groups have led to 
better Vesper programs and long-needed action for campus reforms. 



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^lie BOBISHEll 



classifying students as they entered at many and various times of the year, getting snapshots when film 
and flash bulbs were on unheard-of luxury . . . these were but a few of the staff's trials and headaches. 
The whole-hearted enthusiasm of this capable staff made the 1946 yearbook the success that it is. 




EDITORIAL STAFF 

Patsy Pendergraft Editor 

Ned O'Brien Assistant Editor 

Gregg Holmes Photography 

Margaret Vandiver _ Literary Editor 
Carroll Steen, Clifford Gordon, Hazel 
Steen, Roberta Stewart, Lettie Lee 
Reedy, Martha Lynn Kenna, Ethel 

Eastman Literary Staff 

Mary Ethel Nay Publicity 

Miriam Roberts Freshman Class Editor 
Tom Hairston Sophomore Class Editor 
Gerry Wilkerson Junior Class Editor 
Julia Goodman Sen/or Class Editor 
Jean White _ Organizations Editor 
Mary Ridgway Creeks Editor 

David Mcintosh Sports Editor 

Rosemary Nichols Sports Editor 

Janice Nicholson, Helene Minyard, 
Sarah Johnston, Marguerite Stout, 
Agatha Adcock, Dot Lee Crum, Shirley 
Conn, Wilkie Jane Adams, Mary Ann 

Jiggitts Typists 

Mary Lou Skidmore Art Editor 



Assistant Editor and Editor-in-Chief discuss 
the time-honored question, "When is the 
BOBASHELA coming out?" 



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BUSINESS STAFF 

LIB WELSH Business Manager 

CHARLES ALLEN Assistant Manager 

ANN PORTER Circulation Manager 



Advertising: Jerry Fortenberry, Gene 
Fleming, Esther Read, Eleanor 
Johnson, Jane Lampton, Jane 
Walker, Margaret Hughes, Doro- 
thy Myers, Elizabeth Ann Lamp- 
ton, Mary Cowan, Craig Castle, 
Bob Bullen. 

Circulation: Dewey Cobb, Frances 
Williams, Trudy Chichester, Rol- 
lin Fitts, Truly Graves. 



Assistant Business Manager and the Business 
Manager relax after "wallcing the streets" 
selling ads for the yearbook. 





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EDITOR 
Carroll Steen is the personification of the 
ideal editor— dependable, energetic, orig- 
inal, and possessing journalistic integrity. 



PURPLE AND WHITE STAFF 

CARROLL STEEN Editor-in-Chief 

BILLY MOORE Business Manager 

RUTH PELLUM „_. Managing Edifor 

PEGGY CARR News Editor 

ROBERTA STEWART Feature Editor 

JEAN WHITE __._ Society Editor 

GREG HOLMES Sports Editor 

PATSY PENDERGRAFT ..__ Art Editor 

ROSEMARY N ICHOLS Circulation Editor 



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PllRPlEcWWHlTE 



Millsaps' favorite publication has also been affected by the reconversion. Although it 
has not yet returned to the peace-time standard of an issue each week, the P. & W. 
has maintained an even higher quality of journalism and up-to-the-minute news. Its fea- 
ture articles, with the capable guidance of Roberta Stewart, have received the attention 
and enthusiasm of the students even as much as does the famous "Finger of Scorn." 
Highlights of the year's editions were the Veterans', edited by Greg Holmes, the Fresh- 
men's, and the April Fools' ("The Burple and Gripe"). Editorials reached a new high in 
frankness and in bringing to light conditions of the campus that needed reforming. For 
the first time since pre-war days, the business staff not only financed the P. & W., but 
also made a slight and well-deserved profit. And so the Bobos/ie/a points a "congratula- 
tory finger" at such a successful organization! 



BUSINESS MANAGER 
Billy Moore in his second year as Busi- 
ness Monager lias been even more efficient 
than in his first. With his characteristic 
nonchalance he has mode the P&W a 
debtee instead of a debtor. 




OMIORON DELTA KitPPl 

MASTERS OF ALL THINGS 

OFFICERS 

SAM BAREFIELD President 

JAMES ARMSTRONG Vice-Presidenf 

DR. R. H. MOORE Secretary-Treasurer 

Those who know take notice when that gold key flashes, for it signifies a B. M. O. C. The national organi- 
zation was founded in 1914, and it has been doing big things ever since. In order to be a member one 
must have true ability as a leader in every type of activity. 

MEMBERS 

James Edgar Armstrong Dr. R. H. Moore Dr. M. L. Smith 

Sam Barefield Dr. W. E. Riecken Dr. Wharton 

Prof. Ferguson Milan Richardson Joe Wiggins 

Prof. Alvin King Bill Shanks 




James Edgar Armstrong 

Bill Shanks 



Sam Barefield Prof. Ferguson Dr. R. H. Moore Dr. W. E. Riecken 

Dr. M. L. Smith Dr. Wharton Joe Wiggins 



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SIGMil LitimiDA 

THEY HANDLE ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING-AND DO IT WELL 

1945 OFFICERS 

EDNA EARLE W.LLIAMS .- Presidenf 

MARY NELL SELLS Vice-President 

MIRIAM STAMPS Secretary-Treasurer 

1946 OFFICERS 

MARY N ELL SELLS Pres/denf 

MYRA NICHOLS Vice-President 

Ml RIAM STAMPS Secretary-Treasurer 

Problems present a challenge to this group of campus leaders among the wcmen. Their varsity shows are 
always an event, and the Gay Nineties Review was no exception. The student lounge was a definite step 
toward their gcal— the improvement of Millsaps as a whole. To be a member of this organization is the 
highest honor a girl can attain at M.illsaps. 



Betty Lloyd 
Dot M.elvin 
Mary Ethel Nay 



MEMBERS 
Myra Nichols 
Mary Nell Sells 
M.iriam Stamps 



Carrol Steen 
Elizabeth Welsh 
Edna Earle Williams 




Betty Lloyd DotMelvin Mary Ethel Nay Myra Nichols Mary Nell Sells 

Miriam Stamps Carroll Steen Elizabeth Welsh Edna Earle Williams 



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FIRST ROW: John Ashmead, Wili:am Ates, Ralph Bell, E. Burn?!, John Cirlot, J. Crisler, J. Davis, T. Dooiittle, W. Hall, David 
Harris. SECOND ROW: Angus Holmes, Nat Hovious, P. L. Jackson, H. James, J. Jenkins, Henry Jones, Rex Jones, Ernest Jordan, 
Lewis Longford, H. M. Ludlow, Jr. THIRD ROW: J. Moore, Robert Nay, James Noble, W. H. Payment, Percy Powers, M. O. Scar- 
borough, Bill Shanks, Wallace Turner, Daniel Wright. 

fETERAiS' ORGA^IZATIOI 

MILLSAPS ARMCHAIR STRATEGISTS 

OFFICERS 

JAMES WILLOUGHBY President 

BILLY WILLIAMS Vice-Presidenf 

FRED CARVER Secretary-Treasurer 

This is our newest and most welcome organization. When veterans meet to air out their praises and com- 
plaints, you can be sure there'll be some changes made. When veterans relax in their lounge (turn left, 
and it's the first door to the left, in Buie Gym), you can be sure there'll be on abundance of adventure- 
pocked stories complete with sound effects. 

MEMBERS 

John Ashmead James Diffenbough Henry Lewis Jones Walter Ranager 

William E. Ates Thomas Dooiittle Rex D. Jones M. O. Scarborough 

Ralph Bell Michael Engle Ernest Jordon Bill Shanks 

Milo J. Buchanan William Hall Lewis Longford William Shelton 

Richard A. Burch David Harris H. M. Ludlow, Jr. Joe Sills 

E. J. Burnet John Hill Charles Martin Wallace Turner 

F. A. Carver Angus Holmes Robert L. McCullough C. Wolch 
John Cirlot V Gwendol Holcomb Jimmy Moore John Walken 

J. M. Crisler Not Hovious Robert F. Nay Horace Watkins 

James Davis P. L. Jackson James Noble James Willoughby 

Bill De Blasio Harold James M. P. Payment Daniel Wright 

James Jenkins P. H. Powers 



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F:RST ROW: Bob Bullen, Beth Carley, Robert Childress, Virginia Darrocott, Janet Fox, Adelyn Gerald, Flora Giardina. SECOND 
ROW: Rita Hendricks, Joan Herring, Sarah Johnston, Elizabeth Ann Lompton, Jane Lompton, Jerry Mayo, Diana McLain. 
THIRD ROW: Mary Anna Medlin, Katherine Moody, Glen Pigott, Bob Ray, Virginia Rehfeld, Bill Toler, Mary Ann Turner, 
Skeets White. 

e G E T H H I C L u e 

THEY MAKE WITH THE MUSIC 

OFFICERS 

GLEN PIGOTT President 

BOB RAY First Vice-President 

MARY ANNA MEDLIN Second Vice-President 

SARAH JOHNSTON Secretary-Treasurer 

Under the splendid leadership of Mrs. Roberts, our musical prodigies have reorganized into an enlight- 
ened group. They comprise an essential part of campus life. (Imagine chapel without Mary Nell and Bob 
for accompanists; imagine the auditorium between classes sans Glen's "modernized" classic; imagine Mill- 
saps without such sweet voices as Virginia's and Flora's!) Their heartfelt enthusiasm runs from the great 
masters to boogie-woogie. 



MEMBERS 



Bob Bullen 
Dan Carl 
Beth Carley 
Robert Childr«ss 
Virginia Darrocott 
Janet Fox 



Adelyn Gerald 
Flora Giardina 
Rita Hendricks 
Joan Herring 
Sarah Johnston 
Elizabeth Ann Lompton 



Jane Lompton 
Jerry Mayo 
Diana McClain 
Mary Anna Medlin 
Katherine Moody 
Glenn Pigott 



Bob Ray 

Virginia Rehfeldt 
Bill Toler 
Mary Ann Turner 
Skeets White 



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^ke M I I I S 1 P S 



Our Glee Club was among the first to benefit from the return of so many ex-GI's; and 
the rest of us pricked up cur ears with delight at the results we heard drifting from the 
auditorium where "Pop" King practiced tha blending of mellow, deep male voices 
with those of our delicate sopranos, altos, and tenors. The real performance came in 
December, however, when the Singers gave a concert of Christmas music, sending us 
off for the holidays "in the mood." Then, for seemingly endless days, tryouts were held 
for the selection of the very best voices. Those chosen were the lucky songbirds pic- 
tured, and they ushered in the first peace-time spring by journeying to Mississippi's far- 
thest corners, earning their much-envied vacation from a whole week's classes by singing 
the most beautiful hymns in Pop's collection. No wonder Pop is even more the campus 
favorite in 1946 than in any other year! This miracle man not only raises our apprecia- 
tion of his art, but he performs such impossi'sle feats as chartering buses for tours and 
making his chapel programs last till cfter ths bell rings, thus detaining us from that test 
next period as we listen to his sweet music. When the Singers got back from their tour 
they hardly had time to get their breath before the annual Easter concert, given jointly 
with Central High School. Next came a whirl of banquets at which they entertained 
distinguished guests, until finolly they themselves were feted with a sumptuous banquet. 
They have mode big steps this year, keeping in stride with our reconversion. Millsaps is 
pleased! 



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n K li E R s 



Mitchie Applewhite 
Betty Brewer 
Melda Burdsal 
Martina Cadenheod 
Robert Childress 
Bill Cliburn 
Bill Cook 
Sara Deal 
Gene Fleming 
Jerry Fortenberry 
Nell Garland 
Adelyn Gerald 
Flora Giardina 
Laura Mae Godbold 
Mary Ethel Nay 
Gene Nettles 



MEMBERS 

Rosemary Nichols 
Donald Pearson 
Frances Rose Price 
Bob Ray 
Esther Read 
Letty Lee Reedy 
Virginia Rehfeldt 
Miary Ridgeway 
Mary Nell Sells 
Mary Lou Skidmore 
Mary Tingle 
Evelyn Walker 
Ruth Wedig 
Margaret Ann White 
Martin White 
Gerry Wilkerson 



Billy Wright 
Bill Griffith 
Charlotte Gulledge 
Amanda Hathor.i 
Dot Hathorn 
Catherine Herring 
Eleanor Johnson 
Frances Johnson 
Sara Frances Johnston 
Louis Jones 
Martha Lynn Kenna 
Betty Klumb 
Bobby Kochtitzky 
Elizabeth Ann Lampton 
Lewis McLain 
Carolyn McEwen 



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FIRST ROW: Marjorie Burdsol, Clara Foy, Prof. Galloway, Nina Bess Goss. SECOND ROW: Bill Griffith, Prof. Harrell, Mary 
Ruth Murphy, Dr. Price. THIRD ROW: Dr. Riecken, Dr. Sulliva.n, Jean White, Joe Wiggins. 



ALPHA EPSIIOI DELTA 

THEY ARE "TOPS" IN THE MEDICAL FIELD 

OFFICERS 

B'LL GRIFFITH President 

NINA BESS GOSS Vice-Presidenf 

JEAN WHITE Secrefary-T reasurer 

In this pre-med honorary are found the future physicians and technicians. Their bi-monthly meetings help 
to add to their ever-increasing store of medical knowledge, for they entertain the eminent scientists of 
today. These students will doubtless prove their talent by becoming the Einsteins and Curies of 1950. 

MEMBERS 

Marjorie Burdsal Prof. Harrell Bill Griffith 

Clara Foy Mary Ruth Murphy Dr. Sullivan 

Prof. Galloway Dr. Price Jea-i White 

Nina Bess Goss Dr. Riecken Joe Wiggins 

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FIRST ROW: Clara Foy, Dr. Fincher, Prof. Galloway, Nina Bess Goss. SECOND ROW: Prof. Harrell, Betty Lloyd, Louis McLain, 
Dr. Price. THIRD ROW: Jean White, Mary Wharton, Joe Wiggins. 



THETl Ml SICMl 



SCIENTISTS-EACH AND EVERY ONE 



OFFICERS 

JEAN WHITE Presidenf 

NINA BESS GOSS Vice-President 

CLARA FOY Secretary-Treasurer 

This group includes all science majors, who are the laboratory "eager beavers." Although the newest hon- 
orary on the campus, the organization has grown to prove itself a valuable asset to the interest of general 
science. 



Clara Foy 
Dr. Fincher 
Prof. Galloway 
Nina Bess Goss 



MEMBERS 

Prof. Harrell 
Betty Lloyd 
Louis McClain 
Dr. Price 



Jean White 
Mary Wharton 
Joe Wiggins 



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IITRPITIII^IL RRLITIII^S OJIR 

MILLSAPS' CONTRIBUTION TO THE "WORLD OF TOMORROW" 



OFFICERS 

EDNA EARLE WILLIAMS President 

CHARLOTTE GULLEDGE Vice-President 

CARROLL STEEN Secretary-Treasurer 

The members of this organization could "bat the breeze" with the best of the senators and representatives. 
Always up-to-date on current problems, they sometimes dip back into the post for initiation questions. Our 
IRC offers to the world of tomorrow the something new which we need in history and economics. 

MEMBERS 

Sam Borefield Prof. Gillis Ethel Mae Robbins Carroll Steen 

Floss Conine George Godwin Dot Melvin Peggy Weppler 

Dorothy Eady Charlotte Gulledge Dr. Moore Dr. Wharton 

Mildred Ellis Ann Henry Bill Shanks Edna Earle Willicms 

Prof. Ferguson Patsy Pendergraft Miriam Stamps Dan Wright 




FIRST ROW; Sam Borefield, Dot Eody, Mildred Ellis, Prof. Ferguson, Prof. Gillis, Charlotte Gulledge. SECOND ROW: Ann Henry, 
Dr. Moore, Potsy Pendergraft, Ethel Mae Robbins, Dot Melvin, Bill Shanks. THIRD ROW: Miriam Stamps, Carroll Steen, 
Dr. Wharton, Edna Earle Willioms, Don Wright. 



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KIPPA DELTA EPSILOl 

OUR CHILDREN'S APPLES WILL BE SHINED UP FOR THESE 



1945 OFFICERS 

DOROTHY EADY Presidenf 

PEGGY WEPFLER Vice-President 

ROBERTA STEWART Secretary 

MIRIAM STAMPS Treasurer 



1946 OFFICERS 

MIRIAM STAMPS Presidenf 

ROBERTA STEWART Vice-President 

ESTHER READ Secretary 

FRANCES ROSE PRICE Treasurer 



This group of co-eds who today wrestle with the problems of practice teaching will be tomorrow's liberal 
arts advocates. This professional educational honorary seeks to encourage higher standards of scholastic 
leadership on this campus as well as in the post-graduate life of its students. 



MEMBERS 



Mae Alice Barnes 
Dorothy Eady 
Clara Foy 
Charlene Gerrard 



Frances Ann Galloway 
Mary Nell Sells 
Ethel Mae Robbins 
Dot Hathorn 
Mrs. Hoynes 



Mary Lou Miles 
Frances Rose Price 
Esther Read 
Miriam Stamps 
Marguerite Stewart 



Roberta Stewart 
Tink Tingle 
Peggy Weppler 
Edna Earle Williams 




FIRST ROW: Mae Alice Barnes, Dot Eady, Clara Foy, Frances Ann Galloway, Dot Hathorn. SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Miles, 
Frances Rose Price, Esther Read, Ethel Mae Robbins, Mary Nell Sells. THIRD ROW: Miriam Stamps, Marguerite Stewart, Roberta 
Stewart, Tink Tingle, Edna Earle Williams. 



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FIRST ROW: Peggy Carr, Merlyn Mitchell, Bill Shanks. SECOND ROW: Roberta Stewart, Dr. Wharton. 



PI KHPA DELTA 

THEY CAN EVEN TALK YOU OUT OF A STATION-WAGON 

OFFICERS 

ROBERTA STEWART President 

MERYLN MITCHELL Vice-President 

PEGGY CARR .._ Treasurer 

BILL SHANKS Secretory 

Pi Kappa Delta taps those who have participated in two intercollegiate debates and who give promise of 
becoming an asset to the field of debating. Theirs is a big job— providing material, information, and 
money for debate trips. Their members can hold their own in any argument. 

MEMBERS 
Peggy Carr Bill Shanks Dr. Wharton 

Meryin Mitchell Roberta Stewart 

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FIRST ROW: Craig Castle, Dewey Cobb, Janet Fox, Frances A in Galloway, Rebecca Ely. SECOND ROW; Flora Giardina, 
Laura Mae Godbold, Jack Marsalis, Marilyn Mitchell, James Noble. THIRD ROW: Roberta Stewart, Lib Welsh, June Whatley, 
Prof. Gillis. 



UniTE ilLO 



THEY YAK YAK YAK ALL DAY 



OFFICERS 

ROBERTA STEWART___._.. President 

MERILYN MITCHELL Vice-President 

CRAIG CASTLE Secretary 

REBECCA ELY Treasurer 

Anyone with a flair for argument— debate or otherwise— belongs in the Debate Club, which is one of the 
campus' most active organizations. They meet bi-monthly and the fur flies as they battle royal over any 
and every topic. 

MEMBERS 
Craig Castle Rebecca Ely Jack Marsalis Roberta Stewart 

Dewey Cobb Flora Giardina Merilyn Mitchell Lib Welsh 

Janet Fox Laura Mae Godbold James Noble June Whatley 

Frances Ann Galloway 

PROFESSOR GILLIS Sponsor 

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ETl SIGMA PHI 

THEY SAY "EGO AMO TE" LIKE NATIVE ROMANS 

OFFICERS 

PATSY PENDERGRAFT Pres/denf 

LIB WELSH Vice-President 

BETTY LANGDON _._ Secrefory 

FLOSSIE CONINE Treasurer 

Their purpose: to study the Roman and Greek masters of art and literature. Their creed: to seek honour, 
truth, and beauty. Visualize Minerva astride Pegasus, led by Plato, and you have a picture of an Eta 
Sigma Phi-an, for these students maintain high scholarship, sponsor a literary publication, and delve into 
the v/orks of the Great Philosopher. Their meetings were characterized by out-of-this-world refreshments, 
accompanied by Dr. Hamilton's lively anecdotes and the droll antics of Dr. (Model Neophyte) Bond 
Fleming. 

MEMBERS 

Rosanna Brady Dr. Hamilton Betty Langdon 

Dewey Cobb Laura Mae Godbold Patsy Pendergraft 

Mrs. Cobb Miss Craig Prof. Sanders 

Floss Conine Rebecca Ely Dr. Smith 

Mrs. Coullet Prof. Ferguson William Stokes ■ . 

Mrs. Goodman Dr. Fincher Elizabeth Welsh 

Dr. Fleming 




FIRST ROW: Rosanna Brady, Dcwev Cchb, Mrs. Cobb, Miss C-a^", Rebecca Ely. Pro', Fc-uson. SECOND ROW: Dr. Fincher, 
Dr. Fleming, Laura Mae Godbold, Mrs. Goodman, Dr. Hamilton, Betty Langdon. THIRD ROW: Patsy Pendergraft, Prof. Sanders, 
Dr. Smith, William Stokes, Elizabeth Welsh. 



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CHI DELTA 

THE MARGARET MITCHELLS OF TOMORROW 

OFFICERS 

CARROLL STEEN President 

MARGARET VANDIVER Vice-President 

ROBERTA STEWART Secretary-Treasurer 

Tomorrow's writers are found in this organization, which has as many members as there are literary 
"brains" on the campus. They ore up-to-date writers and can tell you without the wink of an eye who 
married Thomas Carlysle. This organization has long been famous for its initiations and programs. 

MEMBERS 

Peggy Corr Ruth Pellum Margaret Vandiver 

Betty Clark Hamilton Carroll Steen Elizabeth Welsh 

Roberta Stewart 




FIRST ROW: Peggy Corr, Betty Clark Hamilton, Ruth Pellum, Carroll Steen. SECOND ROW; Roberta Stewart, Margaret Van- 
diver, Elizabeth Welsh. 



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F'RST ROW: Sam Barefleld, Bowman Clake, Bill Dement, Dr. Bond Fleming, Charles Franklin. SECOND ROW; William Hall, 
Ray Judae, Aubert Kni"ht, Jack Marsalis, David Mcintosh. THIRD ROW: Bob Nay, Woyne Perrott, Charles Rondle, William 
Stokes, Donald Youngblood. 

MINISTERIAL LEAGM 

THE STARS OF THE METHODIST CHURCH 

OFFICERS 

BILL DEMENT Presidenf 

DONALD YOUNGBLOOD Vice-Presidenf 

WILLIAM M. STOKES . Secre/ary-Treasurer 

BOWMAN CLARKE Publicify Chairman 

Students with a common interest are these would-be ministers who compare notes on the technique of 
their profession. They are the "pets" of the college, since their education was one of the primary objectives 
for which Millsaps was founded. Students and profs alike admire them for their rare ability to combine a 
steadfast seriousness with the delightful sense of humor each of them possesses. 







MEMBERS 




W. E. Ainsworth 


Bill Dement 


Ray Judge 


Charles Randle 


Sam Barefield 


Dr. Bond Fleming 


Aubert Knight 


Dr. M. L. Smith 


Dr. H. M. Bullock 


Charles Franklin 


Jack Marsalis 


William Stokes 


Bowman Clarke 


Rev. N. J. Golding 


David Mcintosh 


Bill Whaley 


Billy Crout 


William Hall 


Bob Nay 


Donald Youngblood 




Prof. Harry P. Jones 


Wayne Perrott 





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FIRST ROW: Albert Allen, Charles Brandon, Elizabeth Crisler, LdIs Ann Fritz, Prof. Gillis. SECOND ROW: Mary Ruth Murphy, 
n. THIRD ROW: Percy Powers, Bill Shanks, Dan Wright, Prof.Myra Nichols, Rosemary Nichols, James Noble, Ned O'Brie 
Haynes. 



DELTA KAPPl DELTA 

THEY KNOW HOW TO ARGUE AND WIN 



OFFICERS 

Presideni 

Secretary 

ROSEMARY NICHOLS Treasurer 

PROFESSOR HAYNES Sponsor 



PERCY POWERS _ 
MYRA NICHOLS 



This honorary furnishes its members with a truly useful supplement to their pre-low courses. Its programs 
consist of talks by prominent lawyers who never fail to stimulate thought and inspire ideas in the minds 
of our Delta Kappa Deltans. 



Albert Allen 
Charles Brandon 
Elizabeth Crisler 



Lois Ann Fritz 
Prof. Gillis 
Mary Ruth Murphy 
Myra Nichols 



MEMBERS 

Rosemary Nichols 
James Noble 
Ned O'Brien 
Percy Powers 



Bill Shanks 
Peggy Weppler 
Danny Wright 



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Mae Alice Barnes 
Marjorie Burdsal 
Kathryn Carver 
Mary Elizabeth Crisler 
Dot Eady 
Rebecca Ely 
Lois Ann Fritz 
Charlotte Guliedge 
Edith Gussio 
Bonnie Lee Harmer 
Ann Henry 
Eleanor Johnson 
Elaine Keary 
Betty Lloyd 
Betty Jane Long 
Julia Foye Mayo 
Carolyn McKewen 
Nodine McKlnnon 
Helene Minyord 
Mary Ruth Murphy 
Mary Ethel Nay 
Rosemary Nichols 
Betty Sue Pittman 
Ann Porter 
Frances Rose Price 
Mary Ridgway 
Mary Nell Sells 
Miriam Stamps 
Marguerite Stewart 
Evelyn Walker 
Rose Watkins 



MiiJORETTE an 



THESE GOOD SPORTS ARE GOOD IN SPORTS 



1945 OFFICERS 

MIRIAM STAMPS President 

DOROTHY EADY Vice-President 

JULIA FAYE MAYO Secretory-Treasurer 

MARJORIE BURDSAL Intramural Chairman 



1946 OFFICERS 

HELENE MINYARD President 

ROSEMARY NICHOLS V/ce-Pres/c/en/ 

FRANCES ROSE PRICE ._ Secrefory-Treosurer 

ANN PORTER Intramural Chairman 



The Majorette Club combines beauty, brains and brawn. The club sponsors the intramural activities and 
is especially noted for its presentation of an annual stunt night. Majorette Club is a girls' athletic organi- 
zation that contributes to campus activities. 



Catherine Armstrong Rebecca Ely 

Mae Alice Barnes Lois Ann Fritz 

Marjorie Burdsal Charlotte Guliedge 

Kathryn Carver Edith Gussio 

Alice Collins Bonnie Lee Harmer 
Mary Elizabeth Crisler Ann Henry 

Dorothy Eady Rosemary Howell 



MEMBERS 

Eleanor Johnson 
Elaine Keary 
Betty Lloyd 
Betty Jane Long 
Julia Faye Mayo 
Carolyn McKewen 
Nadine McKinnon 



Helene Minyard 
Mary Ruth Murphy 
Mary Ethel Nay 
Rosemary Nichols 
Betty Sue Pittman 
Ann Porter 
Frances Rose Price 



Mary Ridgeway 
Mary Nell Sells 
Miriam Stamps 
Marguerite Stewart 
Mary Edith Utiey 
Evelyn Walker 
Rose Watkins 
Peggy Weppler 



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WHO'S WHO m IMERIOI 




CARROLL STEEN 



MARY ETHEL NAY 
Not pictured are: Sam Borefield, Edna Earle Williams. 



MYRA NICHOLS 



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"Santa Clous," Bill Dement, and his flock of beautiful gifts to 'Playboy" Gene Nettles. 



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CHARLOTTE GULLEDGE 



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We believe Millsaps campvi^JB^^he answer to the cur- 
rent attacks being made on the Greek letter organizations. 
Here we have four sororities, four fraternities and two inde- 

f pendent organizations which work together for the good 

IISMillsaps and of the Greek world. 

Intramurals are sponsored by the fraternities and sororities 
in a spirit of friendly competition. Campaigns (financial 
and political) are carried on through the social organiza- 
tions. Social functions given by men's and women's pan- 
hellenic are something new this year, but it looks as 
though they are here to stay. Then here's to the Greeks! 



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THEY EXEMPLIFY THE GREEK IDEAL 

OFFICERS 

ANN HENRY President 

JEAN WHITE Vice-President 

JULIA FAYE MAYO Secretary 

CHARLOTTE GULLEDGE Treasurer 

When sorores co-operate as unitedly as this group does, success is bound to result. After living through a 
terrific rush season, our Women's Pan-Hellenic made further improvements in campus life by sponsoring, 
with the Men's Pan-Hellenic, some very delightful social functions for all the students. Their greatest step 
forward was getting the permission of the Board of Trustees to build sorority lodges. Besides giving the 
girls a definite hope of having real campus homes, the combined efforts of the sororities brought them 
into closer harmony and resulted in a Pan-Hellenic luncheon that will become an annual affair for sorority 
girls. 



Mae Alice Barnes 
Rebecca Ely 
Julia Goodman 



MEMBERS 

Charlotte Gulledge 
Anne Henry 
Julia Faye Mayo 



Alma Van Hook 
Jean White 




F.R5T ROW: Mae Alice Barnes, Rebecca Ely, Julia Goodman, Charlotte Gulledge. SECOND ROW: Anne Heniy, Julio Foye Mayo, 
Alma Van Hook, Jean White. 



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MErS PlI-HELLEilC 



THEY LAY DOWN THE LAW FOR OUR FRATS 



OFFICERS 

JOE WIGGINS President 

BILL PATTERSON Secretary 



This council compiles rush rules, and during rush season it governs the fraternity men with an iron hand. 
It sponsors such delightful events as intramural basketball and speedball games. The spirit of our Pan- 
Hellenic has kept our campus from evolving into a body of "cliques"— instead, Millsaps men have a re- 
markable degree of amity seldom seen where fraternities thrive. 





MEMBERS 




Clay Alexander 


Billy Moore 


William E. Shanks 


Not Hovious 


Ned O'Brien 


Joe Wiggins 


Ernest Jordan 


Bill Patterson 





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FIRST ROW: Clay Alexander, Nat Hovius, Ernest Jordan, Billy Moore. SECOND ROW: Ned O'Brien, Bil 
E. Shanks, Joe Wiggins. 



Patterson, WMIian 



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Founded— University of Missouri, December 12, 1888 
Established at Millsaps— September 1, 1926 



COLORS: Ruby and Pink 



FLOWERS: Richmond and Killarney Roses 



PUBLICATION: "The Urn" 



Beta Sigs have really accomplished big things this year. Their dates have been entertained at "Club Cockatoo" and "Beta 
Ranch," Herring ond Williams mode Who's Who, while Lloyd headed many campus organizations. Armstrong copped the ping- 
pong championship, and Fritz's bright colors added campus color. Stanley became Stewart, and Broun graduated to become 
a stewardess for Delta Air Lines. Keary "got pinned" in December, then Ely took over the president's chair in January. Lampton 
and Williams held class offices. Williams was also selected a campus beauty, Medlin's music comptured many hearts, while 
Campbell's Southern manner and Harmer's sweetness won them many admirers. 



Catherine Armstrong 
Ada Mae Bain 
Bessie Mae Barrow 
Jackie Byars 
Catherine Campbell 
Kathryn Carver 
Dewey Cobb 
Mary Elizabeth Cowan 
Ann Craig 
Dorothy Eady 
Rebecca Ely 



MEMBERS 

Lois Ann Fritz 
Laura Mae Godbold 
Janelle Gordon 
Nina Bess Goss 
Frances Gray 
Bonnie Lee Harmer 
Carolyn Hayes 
Catherine Herring 
Elaine Keary 
Elizabeth Ann Lampton 
Betty Lloyd 



Jerry Mayo 
Julia Faye Mayo 
Mary Anna Medlin 
Dorothy Myers 
Sammie Price 
Marguerite Stewart 
Ruth Shanks 
Geraldine Wilkerson 
Edna Earle Williams 
Maxine Winn 



ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 




OFFICERS 

Rebecca Ely 
President 

Bonnie Lee Harmer 
Vice-Presidenf 

Gerry Wilkerson 
Secrefory 

Julia Faye Mayo 
Treosurer 



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FIRST ROW: Ada Mae Bain, Jackie Byars, Catherine Campbell, Kathryn Carver, Dewey Cobb, Mary Elizabeth Cowan. SECOND 
ROW: Ann Craig, Dorothy Eady, Rebecca Ely, Lcis Ann Fritz, Laura Mae Godbold, Janelle Gordon. THIRD ROW: Nino Bess 
Goss, Frances Gray, Bonnie Lee Harmer, Carolyn Hayes, Catherine Herring. FOURTH ROW: Elaine Keary, Elizabeth Ann Lampton, 
Betty Lloyd, Jerry Mayo, Julia Foye Mayo, Mary Anna Medlin, Dorothy Myers. FIFTH ROW: Sammle Price. Marguerite Stewart, 
Ruth Shanks, Gerald ine Wilkerson, Edna Earle Williams, Maxine Winn. 



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COLORS: Cardinal and Straw 



Founded— University cf Arkansas, April 5, 1895 
Established at Millsaps-March 31, 1934 

PUBilCATION: "The Eleusis" 



FLOWER: White Carnation 



The girls of the "x" and horseshoe hove succeeded in upholding the tradition of Chi Delta chapter this year. Volleyball cham- 
pionship was one of the outstanding accomplishments of the Chi O's. Gulledge, Roberts, Dossett, Hobbs, McKinnon, Lampton 
and Graves were selected as favorites. Among this season's debutantes ore Hobbs, Cully, Jiggetts, Klumb and Gulledge. Sigma 
Lambda tapped Welsh and Stamps. Our girl McKinnon was elected Sec. and Treos. of the Student Body, and Lib took on the 
job of business manager of the Bohashela. Gulledqe is sporting a ring, and Van Hook has recently been pinned. All in all, 
the Chi O's combination of "brains and beauty" is ever increasing. 



Wilkie Jane Adams 
Agatha Adcock 
Virginia Ann Batton 
Martha Biggs 
Betty Brewer 
Dot Lee Crum 
Frances Cully 
Mary Dodds 
Betty Dossett 
Mildred Ellis 
Rollin Fitts 
Janet Fox 

Frances Ann Galloway 
Truly Graves 
Charlotte Gulledge 
Jean Houghton 



MEMBERS 

Estelle Hawkins 
Rita Hendricks 
Ann Hobbs 
Rosemary Howell 
Tinnie Jennings 
Mary Ann Jiggitts 
Betty Klumb 
Ann Lampton 
Jane Lampton 
Maurine Lane 
Mary Linfield 
Nadine McKinnon 
Margaret McLaurine 
Catherine Moody 
Ann Morse 



Mary E. Peatross 
Ann Porter 
Corabel Roberts 
Miriam Roberts 
Miriam Stamps 
Jane Stone 
Jean Turnbow 
June Turnbow 
Alma Van Hook 
Jane Walker 
Selby Watkins 
Elizabeth Welsh 
Peggy Weppler 
Mary Wharton 
Lyndall Wilson 
Frances Williams 



CHI DELTA CHAPTER 




OFFICERS 

Lib Welsh 
President 

Charlotte Gulledge 
Vice-President 

Frances Williams 
Secretary 

Jane Walker 
Treasurer 



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FIRST ROW: Wilkie Jane Adams, Agatha Adcock, Virginia Ann Batton, Martha Biggs, Betty Brewer, Dot Lee Crum, Frances 
Cully, Mary Dodds. SECOND ROW: Betty Dossett, Mildred Ellis, Janet Fox, Frances Ann Galloway, Truly Graves, Charlotte 
Gull edge, Jean Houghton, Rita Hendricks. THIRD ROW: Rosemary Howell, Tinnie Jennings, Mary Ann Jlggitts, Betty Klumb, 
Jane Lampton, Mary Linfteld, Nadine McKInnon. FOURTH ROW: Margaret McLaurin, Catherine Moody, Mary E. Peotross, Ann 
Porter, Corobel Roberts, Miriam Roberts, Miriam Stamps, Jane Stone. FIFTH ROW: Jean Turnbow, June Turnbow, Alma Von 
Hook, Jane Walker. SIXTH ROW: Elizabeth Welsh, Mary Wharton, Lyndoll Wilson, Frances Williams. 



OH I OMEGA 



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Founded— Virginio State Normal College, October 23, 1897 
Established at Millsaps— September 26, 1914 



COLORS: Green and White 



FLOWER: White Rose 



PUBLICATION: "Angelos of Kappa Delta" 



True to that motto of a finger in every pie, the KD's had a bang-up year full of octivity. The boys were entertained and 
"buzzed" at a snazzy Vargo Girl dinner dance. Ammons walked off with the title of Most Beautiful, while Barnes, Watkins, 
Hughes and Melvln shared the spotlight as beauties. Hughes went from one extreme to the other by being a beauty as well 
as the most repulsive on Freshman Day, which gave her the crown as Freshman Queen. Spitchley proved she had made up 
her mind and pinned Sanderson to her name. Melvin and Gussio mode Alpha Psi Omega after sharing a lead in "Arsenic and 
Old Lace." Barnes and Watkins followed Gerrard's example and became class officers. Six KD's joined the ranks of KDE, 
and ten made the Majorette Club. Pendergraft got gray-haired as editor of Bobashela. But the greatest epoch was actually 
getting the record-player back from the repair shop. 



MEMBERS 



Betty Alford 
Ann Ammons 
Ruth Applewhite 
Mae Alice Barnes 
Dot Bishop 
Lois Binding 
Chorline Brister 
Morjorie Burdsal 
Meldo Burdsal 
Trudy Chichester 
Shirley Conn 



Ida Fae Emmerich 
Holla Jo Francis 
Bobbye French 
Nell Garland 
Adelyn Gerald 
Edith Gussio 
Amanda Hathorn 
Dot Hathorn 
Shirley Howie 
Margaret Hughes 



Carol Hutto 

Eleanor Johnson 

Helen Jolly 

Mary Frances Meadows 

Dot Melvin 

Helene Minyard 

Patsy Pendergraft 

Frances Rose Price 

Esther Read 

Mary Ridgway 



Ethel Mae Robbins 
Mary Shelton 
Gene Simmons 
Jane Stebbins 
Marguerite Stout 
Bernice Townsend 
Mary Edith Utiey 
Evelyn Walker 
Rose Watkins 
Jean White 



MU CHAPTER 




OFFICERS 

Mae Alice Barnes 
President 

Patsy Pendergraft 
Vice-Presidenf 

Jean White 
Secretary 

Evelyn Walker 
Treasurer 



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FIRST ROW: Betty Alford, Ann Ammcns, Ruth Applewhite, Ma 3 Alice Barnes, Dot Bishop, Lois Bending, Charline Brister, 
Morjorie Burdsal. SECOND ROW: Melda Bjrdsal, Trudy Chichester, Shirley Conn, Ida Fae Emmerich, Hallo Jo Francis' 
Bobbye French, Nell Garland, Adelyn Gerlod. THIRD ROW: Edith Gussio, Amonda Hathorn Dot Hothorn, Shirley Howie! 
Margaret Hughes, Carol Hufto, Eleanor Johnson, Helen Jolly. FOURTH ROW: Mary Frances Meadows, Dot Melvin, Helene 
Minyard, Patsy Pendergraft, Frances Rose Price, Esther Read, Mary Ridgwoy, Ethel Mae Robbins. FIFTH ROW: Mary Shelton, 
Gene Simmons, Jane Stebbins, Marguerite Stout, Bernlce Townsend, Evelyn Walker, Rose Wotkins, Jean White. 



KlPPl DELTi 



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COLORS: Rose and White 



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



PUBLICATION: "Aglaic" 



FLOWER: Rose Carnation 



Belonging to the oldest sorority on the campus, these girls have succeeded admirably in maintaining the post glory of the 
chapter. Under the guidance of Prexy Goodman, their ranks include such outstanding members as Beauty — IRC — Pan-Hellenic 
President Anne Henry; KDE — Pi Kappa Delta resident— Chi Deltj Stewart; P. and W. Managing Editor Pellum. Others: Blue- 
voiced Whotley; the campus twins, Helen and Evelyn (President of Women's Council); Beauties Hamilton and Abernathy; ond 
Favorites Mitchell and May. 



Katherine Abernathy 
Wilna Axtell 
Jannie Vee Brooks 
Annie Ruth Callahan 
Beth Carley 
Peggy Carr 
Alice Collins 
Mary Evelyn Collins 
Elizabeth Crisler 
Polly Crisler 
Sara Deal 
Julio Goodman 



MEMBERS 

Betty Clark Hamilton 
Anne Henry 
Joyce Jones 
Broadine May 
Anne Miller 
Merylyn Mitchell 
Evelyn Murphy 
Helen Murphy 
Betty Odom 
Joyce Patrick 
Ruth Pellum 



Owen Pettus 
Virginia Rehfeldt 
Barbara Robertson 
Roberta Stewart 
Mary Elizabeth Tingle 
Bill Toler 

Mildred Shirley Ulmer 
Margaret Vandiver 
Dot Webster 
June Whotley 
Skeets White 
Jane Willingham 



EPSILON CHAPTER 




OFFICERS 

Julia Goodman 
President 

Anne Henry 
Vice-President 

Elizabeth Crisler 
Treasurer 

Virginia Rehfeldt 
Secretory 



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FIRST ROW: Katharine Abernathy, Wilna Axtell, Annie Ruth Callahan, Beth Carley, Peggy Corr, Mary Evelyn Collins. SECOND 
ROW: Elizabeth Crisler, Polly Crisler, Sara Deal, Julia Goodman, Betty Clark Hamilton, Anne Henry. THIRD ROW: Joyce Jones, 
Broodine May, Merylyn Mitchell, Evelyn Murphy, Helen Murphy, Betty Odom. FOURTH ROW: Joyce Patrick, Ruth Pellum, Gwen 
Pettus, Virginia Rehfeldt, Barbara Robertson, Roberta Stewart. FIFTH ROW: Mary Elizabeth Tingle, Bill Toler, Mildred Shirley 
Ulmer, Margaret Vandiver, June Whatley, Skeets White, Jane Willingham. 



P H I M IJ 



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Founded— Washington College, December 21, 1865 
Established at Millsops-October 1, 1893 



COLORS: Crimson and Gold 



FLOWER: Rose 



PUBLICATION: "Kappa Alpha Journal" 



These sons of the South have been on the Millsaps Campus since 1893. Time, weather, women, and wars hove dene little to 
change the wearing of the Crimson Rose, the playing of billiards in the "Gome Room," or the amount of B.M.O.C. Dynami- 
cally led by diminutive Hovious, who is languidly supervised by lanky Jordan, who is watched over by "Face" Williams, this 
i3roup of trustworthy and likable men have emerged from the wars with the blood of Robert E. Lee, spiritual founder, still flow- 
ing in their somewhat hardened arteries. With "Brain" Bishop to keep the teachers happy and 'Devil May-Care" Jordan to 
keep the women happy, these Southern aristocrats face the future with confidenca. 



Ernest Allen 
Salby Barnes 
Jack Bishop 
John Cirlot 
Bill Cook 
Tom Hairston 
CliFF Hamilton 
Eugene Harlan 
Nat Hovious 



MEMBERS 

Ernest Jordan 
Jerry Keith 
Perry Luckett 
Pot McMullen 
Leon Miles 
Bill Morrison 
Rex Murff 
Pat Noble 
Charles Parker 



Pat Patterson 
Max Payment 
Bill Phelps 
Tommy Riley 
Melvis Scarborough 
Tommy Scruggs 
L. F. Wilkins 
Bill Williams 
James Willoughby 



ALPHA MU CHAPTER 




OFFICERS 

Not Hovious 
President 

Ernest Jordan 
Vize-Presidenf 

Bill Williams 
Secrelcry 

Tom Hairston 
Treasurer 



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F;RST ROW: Ernest Allen, Selby Barnes, Jack Bishop, John Cirbt, Bill Cook. SECOND ROW: Tom Hairston, Nat Hovious, Ernest 
Jordan, Perry Luckett, Pat McMullen. THIRD ROW: Bill Morrison, Max Payment, Tommy Riley, Melvis Scarborough, L. F. Wllkins. 



KiPPl ALPHA 



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Founded— University of Virginia, December 10, 1869 
Established at Millsaps-October 18, 1895 



COLORS: Scarlet, Green and White 



FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 



PUBLICATION: "The Caduceus" 



Faced with the danger of the entire chapter's going into the armed forces. Alpha Upsilon of Kappa Sigma has remained 
active throughout the war. With many of its old members returning, Sig is well on the way to its pre-war status. This means 
that those famous "Sig Born Dances" are not too for away. As on added attraction Sig presents "How to Be a True Gentleman 
of the South in Three Easy Frat Meetings" by Cloy Alexander, their "No. 1" man. 



Clay Alexander 
Harold Bailey 
John Roy Bane 
John Baskin 
Bill Bethea 
Roddy Campbell 
Bill Clark 
Thomas Cote 
James Crisler 
James L. Davis 
Bobby DeKay 
Lew Everett 
Paul Ferera 



MEMBERS 

Gene Tucker Fleming 
Jerry A. Fortenberry 
William Griffith 
John Hampton 
Charles Hogue 
Hector S. Howard 
James C. Jenkins, Jr. 
Floyd Kimbrough 
John Kochtitzky 
Robert Boone Kochtitzky 
Lewis Longford 
Harold M. Ludlow 
James T. McCaffirty, Jr. 
James Louis McLain 



Turner Morgan 
Robert Nichols 
Robert Nickey 
James F. Noble, Jr. 
Ned O'Brien 
J. T. Peatross 
J. Wesley Saunders 
Thomas Slough 
Henry Lacey Steinviede 
Zollie Stevens 
Jack Underwood 
Oscar John Woodrow, 
Oscar J. Woodrow, Jr. 



ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 




OFFICERS 

Clay Alexander 
President 

Ned O'Brien 
V/ce-Pres/denf 

James F. Noble, Jr. 
Secretary 

John Roy Bane 
Treasurer 



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FIRST ROW: Clay Alexander, Thomas Cote, James Crisler, James Davis, Gene Fleming. SECOND ROW: Jerry A. Fortenberry, 
William Griffith, John Hampton, James C. Jenkins, Jr., John Kochtitzky, Robert Boone Kochtitzky, Lewis Longford, Harold M. 
Ludlow, James McCafferty, James Louis McLain. FOURTH ROW: Turner Morgan, Robert Nickey, James Noble, Ned O'Brien, J. 
Wesley Saunders, Zollie Stevens. 



KAPPA SIGMA 



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Founded— Boston University, Kcvembcr 2, 19C9 
Established at Millsaps-October, 1939 



COLORS; Purple, Green and Gold 



PUBLICAT.OK: "Purple, Green, end Geld" 



With many returning veterans coming back to take over the places left by the deparJing sailors, the year 1945-46 stands 
out as a unique chapter in the history of Theta Etc Zeta. Men like the Shanks brothers, Dan Wrirht, Harry Frye and Joe 
Wiggins — just to mention a few of the old line — meons strength In any orgon!zat!on. And where else could you find "charac 
ters" like Sam Schiek, "Personality" Powers, "Wally" Turner, Ed Correll, and "Deadly" CIckerssn? As in other years, the 
Lambda Chl's boost powerful Intro mural teams. Politically they have Student Body, senior class and Pan-Hellenic Council 
presidencies stacked on one man, Wiggins. You will find these fellows In almost every activity from O.D.K. to ping-pong. 



Bill Allen 
Eugene Allen 
Bill Ates 
Ralph Bell 
Charlie Brandon 
Eugene Burnet 
Edward Correll 
Dudley Dickerson 
Horry Frye 



MEMBERS 

Gwen Holcomb 
Preston Jackson 
Hcrold James 
Rex Jones 
Jock Miurphy 
Billy Miyers 
Eugene Pollock 
Joe Powell 
Percy Powers 



Sam Schiek 
Bill Shanks 
Jack Shanks 
Carl Smith 
Grady Smith 
Hunter Stokes 
Wallace Turner 
Joe Wiggins 
Dan Wright 



THETA ETA ZETA 




OFFICERS 

Dan Wright 
President 

Eugene Burnet 
Vice-Prestdenf 

Charlie Brandon 
Secretary 

Bill Ates 
Treasurer 



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FIRST ROW; Bill Allen, Bill Ates, Ralph Bell, Charlie Brandon, Eugene Burnet, Edward Correll. SECOND ROW: Dudley Dickerson, 
Gwen Holcomb, Preston Jackson, Harold James, Rex Jones, Jack Murphy. THIRD ROW: Eugene Pollock, Joe Powell, Percy 
Powers, Bill Shanks, Wallace Turner, Joe Wiggins, Don Wright. 



LAMBDl CHA U P II 1 



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COLORS: Garnet and Gold 



Founded— University of Virginia, March 1, 1868 
Established at Millsaps-March 23, 1905 

PUBLICATION: "Shield and Diamond" 



FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 



Maintaining the fast pace it set with its high standards years ago. Alpha Iota led the social and scholastic parade at Millsaps 
during the post year. The Naval unit sang its swan song In October and with it went many outstanding Pikes, leaving the 
chapter with only nine active civilians to carry on for Alpha Iota. The fact that the chapter led the parade with pledges rn 
February is a glowing tribute to these nine men. 

January sixteenth will go down in history as a memorable dale for Alpha Iota and also Millsaps. It was then that the chapter 
and Millsaps combined to honor Major Lewis Wilson, former Millsaps student, member of Pi Kappa Alpha and holder of the 
Congressional Medal of Honor. 

Campus honors went to Charlie Allen, vice-president of the student body, and Major Millsaps; Sam Borefield, president of 
ODK; Craig Castle, president of the Christian Council; Pat Clendlnning, president of the Sophomore Class; and Billy Moore, busi- 
ness manager of the Purple and Whife and Millsaps Players. 



MEMBERS 



Albert Allen 
Charles Allen 
Lester Alvis 
James E. Armstrong 
Sam Barefield 
Joy Barnes 
Bob Bullen 
Carl Bunner 
Kenneth Carrufh 
Stuart Carruth 
Craig Castle 
Robert Childress 
Pat Clendinning 



Woody Collins 
Bill Cook 
VV. B. Cooper 
Bill Correll 
Bill Crisler 
John Davis 
Reid Door 
Robert Edwards 
Gilbert Gibson 
Bob Hollingsworth 
Bob Holyfield 
Greg Holmes 
Lev/is Jones 



Bob Lacey 
Sutton Marks 
Bill Maute 
Jack McCormick 
Dan McCullen 
Dick Miller 
Billy Moore 
Johnny Marrow 
Bill Patterson 
Emory Peek 
Glen Pigott 
Hank Pope 
Bob Ray 



Ed Sanders 
George Scott 
Allen Stuart 
Bill Swartz 
Glen Teasley 
Edward Warren 
Robert Watts 
Brad Wells 
Martin White 
Billy Wright 
Tommy Wright 
Hank Zander 
Henk Zander 



ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER 




OFFICERS 

Bill Cook 
Presidenf 

Pat Clendinning 
Vice-Presidenf 

Bob Bullen 
Secrefory 

Bob Lacey 
Treasurer 

Bob Bullen 
Historian 



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FIRST ROW: Albert Allen, Charles Allen, James E. Armstrong, Sam Barefield, Bob Bullen, Carl Bunner, Stuart Carruth. SECOND 
ROW: Craig Castle, Robert Childress, Pat Clendinning, Woody Collins, Bill Cook, W. B. Cooper, Bill Correll. THIRD ROW: 
Bill Crisler, John Davis, Reid Doer, Robert Edwards, Bob Hollingsworth, Bob Holyfield, Greg Holmes. FOURTH ROW: Lewis 
Jones, Sutton Marks, Bill Maute, Dan McCullen, Billy Moore^ Bill Patterson, Glen Pigott. FIFTH ROW: Bob Roy, Ed Sanders, 
George Scott, Brad Wells, Billy Wright, Henk Zander. 



PI RIPPA iLPHl 



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COLORS: Blu3 and White 



Founded— University of Oklahoma, April, 1938 
Established at Millsaps-July 19, 1943 

PUBLICATION: "N.I.S.A. Newsletter" 



FLOWER: White Carnation 



The ancient Vikings had nothing on the modern Mlllsaps variety! This organization for independent girls Is one of the most 
amazing things on the campus. The Vikings boost of beauties li'<e Hazel and Myro, al:o Miss MilUops; Wfio's Who members 
I ke Carroll, Merthel, Myra and Nellie; personalities like Carroll (P. anc^ W, editor} and Rosie (Secretary-Treasurer of the Slucenl 
Body); athletes like "Mac," Brewer, Reed and Calhoun; and a sponsor like Dean Riecken, himself. These Vikings hove a high 
representation in all the hororaries, are formidable opponents i n any sport, and give the most original parties ever heard of 
Remember the Sadie Hawkins shindig that turned into a grape ea'ing contest (after the men were safely captured, of course)? 
And, boy, that apple cider! Lateit Viking acquisition is a real house of their own. Didn't we say they are amazing? 



MEMBERS 



Lois Abies 
Joyce Adair 
Mary Rose Attyah 
Denise Bacon 
Carol Blumer 
Billie Brewer 
Lesbia Byors 
Martina Codenhead 
Emogene Calhoun 
Betty Jim Canon 
Melba Jean Cash 
Ann Cresswell 
Myrleen Cummings 



Elizabeth Darby 
Virginia Darracott 
Carolyn Folk 
Winnie Ruth Files 
Clara Foy 
Lena Mae Franklin 
Candy Gandy 
Mildred Glisson 
Marian GrifTin 
Evelyn Hastings 
Betty Jane Hearn 
Joan Herring 
Frances Johnson 
Claire Jordan 



Lecna Kahn 
Betty Langdon 
Betty Jane Long 
Carolyn McKewen 
Mary Lou Miles 
Jimmie Lou Mioore 
Mary Ruth Murphy 
Mary Ethel Nay 
Myra Nichols 
Rosemary Nichols 
Jan Nicholson 
Grace Margaret Parker 
Peggy Pellegrini 
Betty Sue Pittman 



Francis Pittman 
Catherine Powell 
Lena Mae Ray 
Pat Reed 
Mary Nell Sells 
Anne von Seutter 
Catherine Shumaker 
Nell Smith 
Carroll Steen 
Hazel Steen 
Dollye Wright 
Doris Thompson 
Jean Wynne 



MILLSAPS CHAPTER 




OFFICERS 

Rosemary Nichols 
President 

Joyce Adair 
Vice-President 

Clara Foy 
Secrefary 

Betty Sue Pittman 
Treasurer 



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FIRST ROW: Lois Able, Joyce Adair, Mary Rose Attyah, Denise Bacon, Carol Blumer, B!l!ie Brewer, Lerbia Byar?, AAartirra 
Codenhead. SECOND ROW: Melba Jean Cash, Myrleen Cumm ngs, Elizabeth Darby, Virgin'a Darracolt, Car lyn Fa k, V.'innia 
Ruth Files, Clara Foy, Lena Mae Franklin. THIRD ROW: Cond/ Candy, Mildred Glisson, Evelyn Hastings, Be1ty Jane Kearn, 
Joan Herring, Frances Johnson, Betty Longdon, Betty Jane Long. FOURTH ROW; Carolyn McKewen, Mary Lou Mies, J mmia 
Lou Moore, Mary Ruth Murphy, Mary Ethel Nay, Myro Nichols, Rosemary Nichols, Jan Nicholson. FIFTH ROW: Peagy Pelh 
grini, Betty Sue Pittmon, Francis Plttman, Catherine Powell, l?na Mae Ray, Mary Nell Sells, Anne von Seutter. S XTH ROW: 
Nell Smith, Carroll Steen, Hazel Steen, Doris Thompson, Dollya Wright, Jean Wynne. 



THE HRIIGS 



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With no football team and a basketball squad that had 
inadequate financial support, Millsaps still made an amaz- 
ing record for itself in the athletic field. Victors only twice 
throughout the basketball season, the team still won the 
wholehearted enthusiasm of all who saw them fight. The 
-d^ermination of faculty and students to give our boys the 
training such spirit and courage deserves has resulted 
complete overhaul of the Men's Physical Education 
^artment. Next year the Majors look forward to a truly 
successful season— but no team could win our hearts more 
than the 1946 one did! 



U H L E T I n 



Take just one peep at this picture and you know that the score at the half 
of the Mississippi College game here was 19-7 in favor of the Choctows. 
Really a pathetic-locking crew, and Coach Burns looks as though he will 
throw in the towel. The three dejected -looking cagers ycu see are Sam 
Sanders, Howard Blank and Si Allen, Coach Arthur Burns weeping in the 
door. The number 14 basketball shoe which so obviously comes into view 
belongs to Big Rogland. 



Although our scores were a' a 
constantly low level, our boys d!d 
their best with their critical shortage 
of manpower and equipment- 
Throughout the basketball season 
they played "fair and square" con 
s:stently, in spite of heavy opposi 
lion. 




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Charlie "Si" Allen and Sam Sanders hold 
a little practice session of their own while 
Coach Arthur Burns gives the cagers a 
10-minute break. Si is demonstrating to 
Sam how to get set for a shot and then 
wheel away from the guard and under 
the basket for a crip. This worked the 
first time but here Sam seems to be get- 
ting set for anything. 





The man who got the ball "roiling" for 
the Majors when they started an offensive 
drive to the opponents' basket was David 
Mcintosh. One of the season's high scorers, 
Dave was fast on the plonks and did more 
than his shore of the defensive chores. 
Mac Is a former McComb high school 
athlete. 



Cheerleaders Bill Correll, Rose Watkins 
and Bob Kochtitzky lead a rousing war- 
whoop for the Majors. 



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Bill Ates is going high into the air over Bm'e gym 
floor to knock down one of Howard Blank's shots at 
the basket. Both Ates and Blank were competent 
subs and did a bang-up job of relieving tired Majors 
when the going got tough. 




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Cheerleaders and their mascot-of-the-evening pause to catch their breath at the half. 



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Here are a couple of the Majors going through one of the 
hard afternoon grinds which Coach Burns held daily in 
Buie gym. Glen Teosley, varsity forward, is practicing one 
of his favorite feints. Gene Nettles, another forward, is 
studying the Teasley technique. 
This sort of training gave the team the sorely 
needed confidence they must have had to 
have gone through a season competing 
against teams which were better equipped 
with experience and the facilities for turn- 
ing out smooth-running organizations— yet 
these Majors had such undaunted spirit that 
we are proud to call them our own. 





Big Rags is having to leave the 
floor in a hurry to get the tip*off 
from this Choctaw. This is a scene 
in Buie gym v/hile the visitors from 
Miss. College were enjoying a slight 
lead. 




A T H 



This Choctaw can really get off the floor. Randall 
Martin has just turned loose with one of his one- 
handed shots and this diminutive Choctaw goes into 
the air to see what can be done about blocking the 
shot. He missed the ball but gave Martin a smack 
n the palm of his hand. 



Wallace "Senator" Cook is giving a few pointers to 
his teammate, Randall Martin. The Senator, who 
was totally inexperienced before getting under the 
wing of Coach Arthur Burns, developed into a crack 
eager before the curtain went down on the basketball 
season. With plenty of height and possessing lots of 
team spirit, Cook was one of the most dependable 
men on the Majors squad. Martin, the other basketeer 
pictured here with Cock, was a freshman who showed 
plenty of promise. 




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L E T 1 (] S 



The 1945-46 Majors. Though the 
team hod the poorest record on 
paper of any Mrllsaps team in the 
decade, it was the best team in 
the history of the school, judging 
from a sportsman's standpoint. Non- 
subsidized and playing just for the 
fun, the '45-'46 edition was com- 
mended everywhere it performed 
for its clean play and outstanding 
sportsmanship. This year's series be- 
tween Millsaps and Miss. College 
was the cleanest series ever played 
between the two schools. The Ma- 
jors were coached by a Jacksonion, 
Arthur Burns, a well-known South 
Mississippi basketball official. Read 
ing from left to right: (Bottom row) 
Carl Fox, Howard Blank, Gene Net 
ties, Charlie "Si" Allen and David 
Mcintosh; (back row} Bill Ates, Sam 
Sanders, Wallace Cook, Evans Rag- 
land, Glen Teasley and Randall 
Martin. 



Good attendance further proves 
"that Millsaps spirit." 




The ace of the hardwoods at Millsaps this 
season was Evans Ragland, towering pivot 
man, who discarded his Gl duds and donned 
thinclads here to lead the scoring parade 
for the Majors. "Big Rag" had an average 
of around 17 points per game for the season, 
which is plenty good in any kind of com- 
petition. Not only was Ragland a good offen- 
sive man, but his defensive work was more 
than commendable. He was an exponent 
of the one-hand push shot. 



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THE S C II II E S 



Millsaps 39 

Millsaps 33 

Mer. M. A 60 

Millsaps 35 

Millsaps 39 

Millsaps 41 

Millsaps Gl 

Millsaps 33 

Millsaps 26 

Millsaps 36 

Millsaps 37 

Millsaps 42 

Millsaps 60 



Miss. College 43 

Ole Miss 58 

Millsaps 47 

South. La 45 

Miss. College 41 

Loyola 82 

South. La 61 

La. College 45 

Miss. College 50 

Miss. College 50 

La. College 42 

Ole Miss 50 

M. M. A 83 



This was one of the few moments that Mill- 
saps rooters had a chance to 'eally howl- 
Big Rags is sending the Majors into the lead 
with one of his one-hand specials. Ready to 
take the ball off the backboard, in case it 
missed, is Stuart Carruth. 





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Under a blue Mississippi si<y our co-eds can relax any 
warm spring day for a stimulating game of tennis on Mill- 
saps' excellent courts. 




Millsaps students are privileged to 
use Jackson's best golf course. 



THE 




OR SPORTS 

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Millsaps boasts a health-building schedule annually in minor sports, especially for its co-eds. These physi- 
cal education students learn archery, softball, tennis, golf, basketball, volleyball, and horseback riding. 
Intramurals are scheduled by the Majorette Club and the Men's Pan-hellenic. Each sorority, fraternity, 
and independent group prepares and practices its team for weeks before the intramural season begins 
and then everyone on the campus seems to eat, sleep, live intramurals. Rewards for the winners are 
handsome silver trophies on plaques. Good-natured competition of this sort has taught friendship and co- 
operation to groups which might otherwise have come into conflict. 








II APPREflATIOI... 



Because I knew that the Editor of a yearbook gets all the credit 
or all the blame for the success or failure of the annual, I have bossed 
and bullied my staff, the faculty, and my friends until they produced what 
I thought to be their best in the way of copy, art work, and photography. 
Now I wish to thank all those who submitted to my rule and who worked 
so untiringly for the BOBASHELA: the teachers who have made a sepcial 
effort to have new photographs made of themselves, and who offered 
timely suggestions; the typists— especially Janice Nicholson and Helene 
Minyard; those who did important "odd" jobs— Martha Lynn Kenna, Mary 
Ethel Nay, Roberta Stewart, Carol Hutto, Melda Burdsal, and Gene Pollock; 
those who took part in planning and producing the Beauty Pageant; my 
assistant who always heeded my every beck and call (Ned O'Brien); Mr. 
Hathorn ("U. Z."), who helped me acquire office equipment; Greg Holmes, 
who trotted all over the place making pretty girls look prettier for snap- 
shots; Cliff Bingham, an "outsider" who took our snaps— and also took much 
abuse (he even lost a new hat during one of our basketball games!); of 
course, all the staff who burned the midnight oil writing copy; and, last 
but not least!— Mr. Street, who supplied us with pencils, cokes, and light 
bulbs while we slaved away. 

I have enjoyed the privilege of being your Editor. 




Editor 



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