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For her sympathy and understanding, her 
guidance and susgestions, and her patient 
efforts to help on any problem, this years 
BOBASHELA is dedicated to Miss Carolyn 
Bufkin, assistant to the Registrar. School 
visitors are immediately impressed by her 
friendly spirit of cooperation. Many of 
those who plan to attend Millsaps find in 
Miss Bufkin a genuine person who radiates 
kindness and encouragement. If first im- 
., pressions count most, then we pay tribute 
■ to her as the one who creates so many 
lasting favorable opinions of Millsaps. Her 
counsel isn't limited to routines of register- 
ing schedules, and instructors, but reaches 
out' to embrace any matter of personal 
advice or extra-curricular information nec- 
essary to faculty and students. Her de- 
pendability and friendship are deep and 
enduring. 




DR. SMITH 



7^5 PRESIDE IT 



Dr. Marion L, Smith, "Smiley" to everyone, is the perfect example of Millsaps spirit. 
Never too busy to have o friendly word with every student, his geniality and kindness 
hove mode a lasting impression on our hearts. His devotion to Millsaps is an inspiration 
for the entire student body. 



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DEAN RIECKEN 



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DEAN WILLIAM R. RIECKEN, Ph.D. 
Dean of Men 

Dean of men, teacher of biology, mem- 
ber of Phi Beta Kappa— these are just a 
few of the things which make Dr. Riecken 
a very versatile person. An outstanding 
scholar, he is unsurpassed in the fair 
execution of his duties. Instinctively Mill- 
saps students respect and like Dean 
Riecken. 



DEAN MARY H. B. STONE, M.A. 
Dean of Women 

Any girl at Millsaps will be able to 
tell you what a truly fine person our 
Dean of Women is. Through her sin- 
cerity, geniality, and ability to under- 
stand everyone's problems, she has won 
the respect and cooperation of all stu- 
dents. 



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CHICHESTER 



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McNeill BARTLING, jr., physical Education and Coach, B.S.C., University of Mississippi . . . SHIRLEY 
CHICHESTER, Librarian, B.S., Lib. Sci., School of Library Science, University of North Carolina . . . MABEL 
BENNER COBB, Spanish, A.M., University of North Carolina . . . CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY, Physics, 
A.M., Duke University . . . ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON, German, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania . . . 
PAUL DOUGLAS HARDIN, English, A.M., Duke University . . . GEORGE LOTT HARRELL, Physics and As- 
tronomy, B.S., M.S., Millsaps College. 



GALLOWAY 



HAMILTON 



HARDIN 



HARRELL 





ELIZABETH CRAIG, French, A.M., Columbia University . . . 
JAMES SHARBROUGH FERGUSON, History, M.A., Louisiana 
State University . . . NEAL BOND FLEMING, Philosophy, 
Ph.D., Boston University . . . FRANCES DECELL, Physical Ed- 
ucation, A.M., University of Alabama . . . ROBERT RAYMOND 
HAYNES, Education, A.M., George Peobody College . . . 
BENJAMIN ERNEST MITCHELL, Mathematics, Ph.D., Columbia 
University. 



HAYNES 



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ROSS HENDERSON MOORE, History, Ph.D., Duke University . , . JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE, Chemistry, 
Ph.D., Louisiana State University . . . RICHARD R. PRIDDY, Chemistry and Geology, Ph.D., Ohio State 
University . . . ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS, Romance Languages, A.M., University of Oxford (Honors 
School) . . . HARWELL PRESLEY STURDIVANT, Biology, Ph.D., Columbia University . . . JOHN MAGRUDER 
SULLIVAN, Geology, Ph.D., Vonderbilt University . . . ELBERT STEPHEN WALLACE, Economics, Ph.D., Duke 
University. 



SANDERS 



STURDIVANT 



SULLIVAN 



WALLACE 






ROBERTS 



ROBISON 



RUSSELL 



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EVA AAYERS ROBERTS, Piano and Theory, M.M., Chicago Musical College . . . JAMES TROY ROBISON, 

Political Science and History, M.A., University of Colorado . . . THEODORE C. RUSSELL, Violin and Theory, 
M.M., Northwestern University . . . KENNETH LYLE WARREN, Mathematics, Ph.D., Michigan State Col- 
lege . . . VERNON LANE WHARTON, Sociology and History, Ph.D., University of North Carolina . . . 
MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE, English, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin . . . JAMES DAUSEY WROTEN, Re- 
ligion, B.D., Southern M.ethodist University. 



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SENIORS 



BOB HOLLINGSWORTH 
President 

CLIFF HAMILTON 
Vice-President 

POLLY CRISLER 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Vke CLASS 



JUNIORS 



NED O'BRIEN 
President 

M. L. McCORMICK 
Vice-President 

ANN PORTER 

Secretary-Treasurer 




SOPHOMORES 

DAVID MclNTOSH 
President 

GENE FLEMING 
Vice-President 

TRULY GRAVES 

Secretary-Treasurer 




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FRESHMEN 

GENE RUSSELL 
President 

FRED SCOTT JOHNSON 
Vice-President 

DORRIS LIMING 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Menim^ (I L 1 S S 



CHARLES IRVIN ALLEN, JR. Hazelhurst 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Alpha Psi Omega 2; Singers 3, 4; Master 
Major 3. 

THOMAS E. ALLEN Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

WILNA AXTELL Madison 

Phi Mu 
Singers 1, 2; Purple and White Staff 1, 2, 
4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon 
Delta 3, 4; Majorette Club 3, 4. 

MAE ALICE BARNES Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
Purple and White Staff 2; Singers 1; Vice- 
President of Class 2; Student Executive 
Board 4; Women's Panhellenic 3, 4; Presi- 
dent 4; Cheerleader 3; Treasurer of Kappa 
Delta 3; President 4; Millsaps Players 3; 
Business Staff Bobashela 4; Kappa Delta 
Epsilon 3, 4; President 4; Majorette Club 
3,4. 

LONNIE L. BRANTLEY, JR Walnut Grove 

JOHN BALLARD BREAZEALE Brandon 

Theta Nu Sigma 3, 4. 



In the fall and in the spring, picnics will always be the 
favorite entertainment of Miflsaps students. 




BILLIE BREWER McComb 

Christian Council 3, A- President 4; Student 
Assistant 4; Singers 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabi- 
net 3, 4; Sigma Lambda 4; Majorette Club 
3, 4. 

CARL JACKSON BRYSON Tupelo 

Kappa Alpha 

ROBERT SULLEN Vicksburg 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Purple and White Staff 3, 4; Bobashela 
Staff 3, 4; Singers 3, 4; Debate Club 3, 4; 
Millsaps Players 3, 4; Beethoven Club 3, 4. 

E. J. BURNET Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

MARTINA CADENHEAD Jackson 

Vikings 
Majorette Club 3, 4; Singers 4. 

JOSEPH WHEELER CAGLE, JR Laurel 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

ELMER DEAN CALLOWAY Louisville 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Theta Nu Sigma 3, 4. 

PEGGY HELEN CARR Jackson 

Phi Mu 
Purple and White Business Staff 1; Editor 
of Purple and White 2, 3; Christian Coun- 
cil 2, 3; Student Executive Board 2, 3, A- 
Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Treas- 
urer Phi Mu 2; Secretary 3; News Editor 
Purple and White 4; Chi Delta 3, 4; Pi 
Kappa Delta 3, A- I. R. C. 3, A- Sigma 
Lambda 3, 4. 

CRAIG CASTLE Philadelphia 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Millsaps Players 2, 3, 4; Millsaps Debaters 
2, 3, 4; Christian Council 2, 3, 4; President 
3; Y. M. C. A. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 2; 
Bobashela Staff 3; Pre-Lavi' Club 3; Stu- 
dent Executive Board 3; Purple and White 
Staff 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, A- Pi Kappa 
Delta 3, 4; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 4; Omicron Delta 
Kappa 4. 



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ALLEN, C. I. 
ALLEN, T. E. 
AXTELL 



BARNES 

BRANTLEY 

BREAZEALE 



BREWER 
BRYSON 
BULLEN 



BURNET 

CADENHEAD 

CAGLE 



CALLOWAY 

CARR 

CASTLE 



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GORDON RICKITTS CHILDRESS Jackson 

Omicron Delta Kappa 3, 4; Theta Nu 
Sigma 3, 4; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 3; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 4. 

WILLIAM J. CLIBURN Hazelhurst 

SARAH FRANCES CLARK Natchez 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3, 4; Wesleyan 
Group 4. 

DEWEY M. COBB Bude 

Beta Sigma Omicron 
Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; 
Christian Council 4; Women's Panhellenic 
4; Purple and White Staff 3, 4; Wesleyan 
Group 4; President 4; Debate Club 3, 4; 
Vice-President 4; Secretary Beta Sigma 
Omicron A- Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4; Sigma 
Lambda 4. 

SHIRLEY CONN Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
Millsaps Players 3, 4; Bobashela Staff 3. 

FRANCES PRICE COX Madison 

Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Majorette Club 
2, 3, 4; Singers 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ALICE J. CRISLER Raymond 

Phi Mu 

Chi Delta 3, 4; Majorette Club 3, 4; News 

Editor Purple and White 4; Secretary Chi 



On the Singers tour some of the boys pose with the 
Mississippi as the bacl<ground. 




Delta 4; Secretary Phi Mu 4; Secretary 
Class 4; Student Executive Board 4; Secre- 
tary 4; Sigma Lambda 4; President 4; B. 
S. U. 3, 4. 

SARAH WILLINGHAM DEAL . Florence, Ala. 

Phi Mu 

Majorette Club 3, 4; Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Treasurer Phi Mu 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 

3; Bobashela Staff 3. 

CHARLES DILLINGHAM Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

MARION REBECCA ELY Vaiden 

Beta Sigma Omicron 
Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities 4; Sigma Lambda 3, 4; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 4; Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4; 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Majorette Club 

2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Christian Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; 
Bobashela Staff 4; Purple and White Staff 

3, 4; Debate Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; 
Women's Panhellenic 3, 4; Treasurer 4; 
Singers 1, 2. 

ROLLIN FITTS Jackson 

Chi Omega 
Singers 1, 2; Bobashela Staff 1, 2. 

HALLA JO FRANCIS Terry 

Kappa Delta 

FRANCES GANDY Whitfield 

Vikings 

LAURA MAE GODBOLD McComb 

Beta Sigma Omicron 
Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 
3, 4; President 4; Women's Council 4; 
President 4; Debate Club 3, 4; Christian 
Council 3, 4; Majorette Club 3, 4; Singers 
3; Vice President Class 3; Student Execu- 
tive Board 4; Wesleyan Group 4; Student 
Assistant 4. 

JULIA GOODMAN Jackson 

Phi Mu 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3; Singers 1; Women's 
Panhellenic 2; Vice-President 2; News Edi- 
tor Purple and White 2; Society Editor 
3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer Class 2; Vice- 
President Phi Mu 2; President 3; Sigma 
Lambda 3, 4. 



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CHILDRESS 

CLIBURN 

CLARK 



COBB 

CONN 

COX 



CRISLER 

DEAL 

DILLINGHAM 



ELY 

FITTS 

FRANCIS 



GANDY 

GODBOLD 

GOODMAN 



Menim. L 1 S S 



BILL GRIFFITH Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon Delta 3, 4; President 4; 
Theta Nu Sigma 3, 4; Men's Panhellenic 4; 
Singers 2, 3, 4; Student Assistant 2, 3, 4. 

HENRY D. GUION Benton 

Kappa Sigma 

JOHN K. HAMPTON, JR Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

BONNIE LEE HARMER Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Majorette Club 
3, 4; Student Assistant 4. 

DAVID AUBREN HARRIS Harrisville 

Ministerial Association 3, 4; Omicron Delta 
Kappa 4. 

RITA HENDRICKS Boyle 

Chi Omega 
Women's Council 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4. 

ANN MARIE HOBBS Brookhaven 

Chi Omega 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 4. 



The boys at the Pike House found Liz, the pup, but after 
a few such instances as this she mysteriously disappeared. 




ROBERT T. HOLLINGSWORTH Inverness 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Football 1; Singers 2; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 4; 
Vice-President 4; Christian Council 4; Presi- 
dent Pi Kappa Alpha 4; President Class 4; 
Wesleyon Group 4; Treasurer 4; Student 
Assistant 4; Men's Panhellenic 4; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities 
4; Pre-Med Club 1, 2; Omicron Delta 
Kappa 4. 



NAT J. HOVIOUS Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 
Student Executive Board 4; President 4; 
President Kappa Alpha 2; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities 4. 



ROSEMARY HOWELL Durant 

Chi Omega 
Chi Delta 4; Majorette Club 3, 4; Singers 
1, 2, 3, 4; Millsaps Players 3, 4; Purple 
and White Staff 2, 3, 4. 



ELEANOR JOHNSON Fayette 

Kappa Delta 
Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Council 3, 4; 
Bobashela Staff 3; Majorette Club 3, 4. 



SARAH FRANCES JOHNSTON Hernando 

Phi Mu 
Singers 3, 4; Opera Guild 4; Debate Club 
4; Beethoven Club 3; Bobashela Staff 3. 



BETTY KLUMB Crystal Springs 

Chi Omega 
Singers 3, 4; Westminister League 3, 4; 
Bobashela Staff 4. 



GEORGE L. LAMMONS Lexington 

Kappa Sigma 

MAURINE LANE . Hollandcle 

Chi Omega 



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GRIFFITH 

GUION 

HAMPTON 



HARMER 

HARRIS 

HENDRICKS 



HOBBS 

HOLLINGSWORTH 

HOVIOUS 



HOWELL 

JOHNSON 

JOHNSTON 



KLUMB 

LAMMONS 

LANE 



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BETTY LANGDON Jackson 

Vikings 
Student Assistant 1, 1, 3; Secretary Vikings 

2, 3; Vice-President 4; President 4; Etc 
Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; President 
4; Purple and White Staff 3, 4; Chi Delta 

3, 4; Reporter 4; Majorette Club 3, A- 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Singers 4; Sigma 
Lambda 4. 

C. C. LEHMAN Tupelo 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Theta Nu Sigma 3, 4; Eta Sigma 3; Sing- 
ers 4. 

CURTIS B. MAGEE Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

DAN McCULLEN Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

1. R. C. 4. 

MARGARET McLAURIN Hollandale 

Chi Omega 
Majorette Club 3, 4. 

MIKE McLAURIN Hollandale 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Singers 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; 
Master Major 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 4. 

HELENE MINYARD ...Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Majorette Club 

2, 3, 4; President 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 



Inman made himself generally useful by selling hot coffee 
at the fraternity houses and dormitories. 




3; Singers 1, 2; Purple and White Staff 1, 

2; Topper Club 2; Vice-President 2; Boba- 

shela Staff 3. 

REUBEN INMAN MOORE McComb 

Barbarians 

Purple and White Staff 1, 2; Debate Club 

1; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Med Club 2; 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 4,- Omicron Delta 

Kappa 4. 
BILLY MOORE Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Millsaps Players 

2, 3, 4; Business Manager Purple and 
White 3, 4; Business Manager Varsity 
Show 3; Men's Panhellenic 3; Navy Rec- 
reation Committee 1, 2; Alpha Psi Omega 
4; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities 4. 

MARY RUTH MURPHY Jackson 

Vikings 
Alpha Epsilon Delta 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa 
Delta 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Y. 
W. C. A. Cabinet 2. 

ROSEMARY NICHOLS Jackson 

Vikings 
Delta Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3, 
4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 

3, 4; Singers 2, 3; Topper Club 2; President 
2; Treasurer Vikings 3; President 4; Student 
Executive Board 3, 4; Secretary 3; Boba- 
shela Staff 3; Purple and White Staff 2, 3; 
Sigma Lambda 3, 4; President 4; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; President 4; 
Women's Council 3; Student Assistant 3. 

JANICE NICHOLSON Jackson 

Vikings 

OTHO KEITH PIGOTT Columbia 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Singers 1. 

BETTY SUE PITTMAN Jackson 

Vikings 
Majorette Club 3, 4; Secretary Vikings 2; 
Treasurer 3. 

HANK POPE Columbia 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Editor Purple and White 4; Kit Kat 3, 4; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities 4. 



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LANGDON 

LEHMAN 

MAGEE 



McCULLEN 

MclAURIN, MARGARET 
McLAURIN, MIKE 



MINYARD 
MOORE, R. I. 
MOORE, BILLY 



MURPHY 
NICHOLS 
NICHOLSON 



PIGOTT 

PITTMAN 

POPE 



^enm. CLASS 



CATHERINE POWELL . . Jackson 

Vikings 
Bobashela Staff 3. 

JAMES D. POWELL Meridian 

ESTHER READ Drew 

Kappa Delta 
Singers 3, 4; Bobashela Staff 2; Purple 
and White Staff 1; Kappa Delta Epsilon 2, 
3, 4; Secretary 4. 

VIRGINIA LEE REHFELDT Jackson 

Phi Mu 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Secretary 3; 
Singers 1 , 2, 3, A- President Phi Mu 4; Wo- 
men's Panhellenic 4; Beethoven Club 3, 4. 

MARY RIDGWAY Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon 
Delta 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4,- Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet 3, 4; Majorette Club 3, 4; 
Bobashela Staff 3; Business Manager 4; 
Purple and White Staff 1; Christian Coun- 
cil 1, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Editor 3; Sigma 
Lambda 4. 



Sororities ore regulated through a Pan Hellenic group, 

which organizes Greek letter activities and encourages 

inter-sorority relations. 




DENNIS RAY ROBERTS Taylorsville 

MELVIS O. SCARBOROUGH Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

JACK SHANKS Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
President Lambda Chi Alpha 3; I. R. C. 
3, 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 4; Student As- 
sistant 4. 

MYRA NICHOLS SILLS Jackson 

Vikings 
Student Executive Board 1; Secretary 2; 
Delta Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4; Singers 2; Top- 
per Club 2; Secret. ;ry Vikings 2; President 
3; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3; Sigma Lambda 
3, 4; Vice-President 3; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities 3; Miss 
Millsaps 3; Student Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GLORIA SINGLETARY Gulfport 

O. A. SINGLETARY Gulfport 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Student Executive Board 3, President 3; I. 
R. C. 4. 

RUFUS PUTNAM STAINBACK Minter City 

Kappa Sigma 

JOE L. STRIBLING Florence 

GLENN PARKER TEASLEY Flora 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 4. 

JOHN S. THOMPSON McComb 

Kappa Sigma 
I. R. C. 4. 



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POWELL, J. D. 
READ 



REHFELDT 

RIDGWAY 
ROBERTS 



SCARBOROUGH 

SHANKS 

SILLS 



SINGLETARY, G. 
SINGLETARY, O. A. 
STAINBACK 



STRIBLING 

TEASLEY 

THOMPSON 



^emoA. CLASS 



MARY ELIZABETH TINGLE Jackson 

Phi Mu 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Singers 2, 3, 4; 
Bobashela Staff 2, 3. 

EVELYN MURPHY TURNAGE Hattiesburg 

Phi Mu 
Student Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Topper Club 
2; Women's Council 3; President 3; Student 
Executive Board 3; Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities 4. 

MARGARET VANDIVER Port Gibson 

Phi Mu 

Chi Delta 2, 3, 4; Purple and White Staff 

1, 2, 3, 4; Singers 1, 2,- Bobashela Staff 

1, 2, 3. 

EVELYrxl WALKER Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
Singers 1 , 2, 3, 4; Purple and White Staff 
2; Bobashela Staff 2; Majorette Club 2, 3, 
4; Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Treasurer 
Kappa Delta 4. 

ROSE WATKINS Dixon 

Kappa Delta 

TROY WATKINS Walnut Grove 

ELIZABETH TERRY WELSH Philadelphia 

Chi Omega 
Chi Delta 3, 4; President 4; Pi Kappa Delta 
3, 4; Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4; Vice-President 4; 



The bull session is an institution here to stay, and the 
reason is college dormitories. 




Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Sigma Lambda 3, 
4; Vice-President 4; Millsops Players 2, 3, 
4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice- 
President 3; Secretary-Treasurer of Class 
3; Pledge Trainer Chi Omega 2; President 
3, 4; Purple and White Staff 2, 4; Business 
Manager Bobashela 3; Miss Millsops 4. 

MARY EDGAR WHARTON . Long Beach 

Chi Omega 
Theta Nu Sigma 3, 4; Kappa Delta Epsilon 
4; Treasurer 4; Treasurer Chi Omega 4; 
Majorette Club 3, 4; Westminster League 
3, 4; President 3, 4; Christian Council 4; 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4; Sigma Lambda 4. 

MARGARET ANNE WHITE Jackson 

Phi Mu 
Majorette Club 3, 4; Purple and White 
Staff 3; Singers 3, 4; Beethoven Club 3. 

FRANCES GERALDINE WILKERSON Jackson 
Beta Sigma Omicron 
Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesleyan Group 3, 4; 
Christian Council 3. 

FRANCES WILLIAMS Philadelphia 

Chi Omega 
Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Millsops Players 3, 
4; Westminster League 3, 4; Secretary Chi 
Omega 3, 4. 

WILLIAM PROCTOR WILLIAMS Greenville 

Kappa Alpha 

DAN WRIGHT Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
Band 1, 2; I. R, C. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 
3; President 4; Vice-President Class 2; 
Delta Kappa Delta 3, 4; Vice-President 
Lambda Chi Alpha 3; President 4; Omicron 
Delta Kappa 3, 4; President 4; Student 
Executive Board 4. 

ROBERT M. YARBROUGH Indionola 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

DONALD S. YOUNGBLOOD Jackson 

Ministerial Association 4. 

HARMON HOLLIS YOUNGBLOOD Meadville 
Barbarians 
Ministerial Association 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. 
3, 4. 



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TINGLE 

TURNAGE 

VANDIVER 



WALKER 
WATKINS, R. 
WATKINS, T. 



WELSH 

WHARTON 

WHITE 



WILKERSON 
WILLIAMS, F. 
WILLIAMS, W. P. 



WRIGHT 
YARBROUGH 
YOUNGBLOOD, D. S. 
YOUNGBLOOD, H. H. 



Alford 
Anding 
Applewhite 
Armstrong 



Batton 
Bending 
Berryhiil 
Bizzell 



Briggs 
Burchfield 
Butler 
Carter 



Carver 
Clarke 
Clarkson 
Collins, L. 



Collins, M. E. 
Cowan 
Cunningham 
Dorracott 



Dunawcy 
Eastman 
Emmerich 
Entrekin 




'^amoA CLASS 



Betty Blair Alford— Kappa Delta . Hazelhurst N. E. Clarkson— Kappa Sigma Jacks 



Robert Eugene Anding Summit Lowery Collins— Pi Kappa Alpha Laurel 

Ruth Mitchell Applewhite— Kappa Delta Winona Mary Evelyn Collins— Phi Mu Brookhaven 



Catherine Armstrong — Beta Sigma Omicron 

Jackson 



Mary Cowan— Beta Sigma Omicron Grenada 



Virginia Ann Batton— Chi Omega Jackson 



Doris Cunningham— Chi Omega Vicksburg 



Lois Bending— Kappa Delta Laurel 



Virginia Darracott— Vikings Amory 



Leela Frances Berryhill— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Jackson 



Polly Bizzell— Beta Sigma Omicron , , . Senatobia 



Mary Dunaway— Chi Omega Jackson 



Ethel Nolo Eastman Belzoni 



Ida Faye Emmerich— Kappa Delta , McComb 



Dixie Briggs— Vikings Scoobo 



Mary Nelle Entrekin— Vikings Ellisville 



Edward Burchf ield McCool 



Rosalind Butler— Phi Mu Jackson 



William Oscar Carter, Jr.— Kappa Sigma 



Lexington 



Kathryn Carver— Beta Sigma Omicron .Minter City 



Bowman L. Clarke— Barbarians Meridian 



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Rush parties form an integral part of college life. Here 
Freshmen first become acquainted with the more experi- 
enced upperclassmen. 




Fortenberry 
Fox 

Franklin 
Gillis 



Gordon 
Graham 
Gray 
Guernsey 



Hamilton 
Hathorn 
Herm 
Herring 



Hickman 
Johnson 
Krestensen 
Lampton 



Loftin 
Longinotti 
Longmire 
Lutrick 




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Mantz 
Marks 
Miller 

Mitchell 



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Jerry A. Fortenberry— Kappa Sigma . . Columbia William A. Lampton— Pi Kappa Alpha Tylertown 



Carl A. Fox Jackson 



Mary L. Loftin Newhebron 



Charles Ray Franklin Crystal Springs 



James Longinotti— Kappa Alpha Durant 



Bobbie Gillis— Vikings Philadelphia 



William Chapman Longmire— Kappa Alpha Utico 



Annie Lee Gordon— Vikings Decatur 



Jimmie Graham— Kappa Sigma Moorhead 



Frances Gray— Beta Sigma Omicron Waynesboro 



Henry Gilbert Lutrick, Jr Florence 



Robert Franklin Mantz, Jr.— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Brookhaven 



Carl Eugene Guernsey— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



Betty Clark Hamilton— Phi Mu Jackson 



Amanda Hathorn— Kappa Delta Jackson 



Gordon Sutton Marks— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 



Frances Joyce Miller— Kappa Delta McComb 



Merelyn Edith Mitchell— Phi Mu Columbia 



Bill Herm— Pi Kappa Alpha Beaumont, Texas 



Catherine Herring— Beta Sigma Omicron Grenada 



Will A. Hickman— Kappa Sigma Monticello 



Ted Johnson Leiand 



James G. Krestensen . . , Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 



Page 39 



Newly tapped members of Sigma Lambda, women's 
leadership lionorary sorority, po^e proudly for the camera. 




O'Brien 
PIttman 
Porter 
Puilen 



Ray 
Rogers 
Rollins 
Rush, H. L. 



Rush, J. 
Shanks 
Sills 
Simmons 



Stebbins 
Stockton 
Stokes 
Sutphin 



Tate 

Turnbough 
Turnbow 
Ulmer 



Weems 
Williams 
Wright 
Youngblood 




'^mim. (] L l S S 



Ned O'Brien—Kappa Sigma Jackson John Everett Sutphin 



. Shannon 



Francis B. Pittman— Vikings Jackson William F. Tate— Sigma Nu Tupelo 



Ann Porter— Chi Omega Jackson 



Alanson Viurette Turnbough — Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Jackson 



Lois Pullen— Kappa Delta Aberdeen 



Jean Turnbow— Chi Omega Jackson 



Robert Owen Ray, Jr Eupora 



Mildred Ulmer— Phi Mu Kansas City, Mo. 



Raymon Rogers Jackson 



Betty VVeems— Kappa Delta Jackson 



John Fletcher Rollins Centreville 



Julia Williams Learned 



Hubert Lowry Rush, Jr.— Kappa Alpha Meridian 



Charles M. Wright-Pi Kappa Alpha . Bassfield 



Joyce McLemore Rush— Chi Omega Meridian 



William Lee Youngblood 



-Wesson 



Ruth Shanks— Beta Sigma Omicron Jackson 



Joe B. Sills— Kappa Alpha, 



Jackson 



Gene Simmons— Kappa Delta 



Magnolia 



Jane Stebbins— Kappa Delta Jackson 



Ann Stockton— Vikings Aberdeen 



William McPhearson Stokes, Jr.— Barbarians 

McComb 



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Alpha Psi Omega and the Millsaps Players give the 

dramatically talented opportunities to use and display 

their talents. 




^cmJmmjMe CLASS 



Lois Abel-Vikings •: Duck Hill 

Sarah Agatha Adcock— Chi Omega Jackson 

John Albriton— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

William P. Allen, Jr.— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson 

Ann Ammons— Kappa Delta Jackson 

Roi Andrews— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Dorothy Anger Greenville 

William E. Ates -Lambda Chi Alpha , . . Jackson 

John Atkins Columbus 

Ada Mae Bain Belzoni 

Diana Lee Bennett— Kappa Delta Leland 

William Dallas Bethea— Kappa Sigma . Laurel 
Martha Biggs— Chi Omega - Crystal Springs 
Dorothy Louise Bishop— Kappa Delta Lauderdale 
Jack Bishop— Kappa Alpha Jackson 



Also during rush week the Phi Mus show their obiMty to 
entertain welL 




Carol Blumer— Beta Sigma Omicron . . Florence 

Carl Bunner— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Melda Dolores Burdsal— Kappa Delta 

Avondale Estates, Ga. 

Jack Cain— Pi Kappa Alpha Itta Bena 

Annie Ruth Callahan— Phi Mu Jackson 

Daniel C. Cameron Jackson 

Beth Carley— Phi Mu Richton 

Gordon L. Carr— Kappa Sigma Monticello 

Marion Cartledge Winona 

Julian W. Chancellor— Sigma Chi Macon 

W. B. Cooper— Pi Kappa Alpha Camden 

Anne Craig— Beta Sigma Omicron , Jackson 

Javier Crespo— Barbarians . La Ceiba, Honduras 

Ernestine Ella Crisler Jackson 

William Sartor Crisler— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Bay Springs 

Billy Crout Hattiesburg 

Harry H. Cunningham Oconee, Ga. 

Richard D. Dever— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Dudley Dickerson— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson 

Mary Elizabeth Dodds— Chi Omega Jackson 

Betty Dossett— Chi Omega. . . Washington, D. C. 

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Abel 

Adcock 

Albriton 

Allen 

Ammons 



Andrews 

Anger 

Ates 

Atkins 

Bain 



Bennett 
Bethea 
Biggs 

Bishop, D. L. 
Bishop, J, 

Blumer 

Bunner 

Burdsal 

Cain 

Callahan 

Cameron 

Carley 

Carr 

Corfledge 

Chancellor 

Cooper 
Craig 
Crespo 
Crisler, E. 
Crisler, W. S. 

Crout 

Cunningham 

Dever 

Dickerson 

Dodds 

Dossett 



^G^pJm4imn£^ CLASS 



Milton D. Dunn— Kappa Alpha Duncan 

Gloria Fisher Jackson 

Gene Fleming— Kappa Sigma Minter City 

Harry P. Folwell — Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Tommye Louise Forrest— Phi Mu Yazoo City 

Adelyn Gerald— Kappa Delta Leiand 

Lutricia Goodman— Vikings Waynesboro 

Truly Graves— Chi Omega Jackson 

Clarissa Hall— Kappa Delta Drew 

Rpbert B. Hamilton— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Dora Lou Harbor— Vikings Tremont 

Wilham Arthur Harris— Barbarians Rich 

Jean Houghton- Chi Omega Jackson 

Carolyn Hayes- Beta Sigma Omicron , Durant 



There is always to be found on the bulletin board a 
variety of notices, exhibiting the large number of extra- 
curricular activities at Millsops. 




Charles R. Hogue— Kappa Sigma Eden 

James Stevens Holmes, Jr.— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Hector S. Howard— Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Carol R. Flutto— Kappa Delta Jackson 

Ralph H. Hutto, Jr.— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Preston L. Jackson— Lambda Chi Alpha . , Laurel 

Harold James— Lambda Chi Alpha Union 

Frances M. Johnson— Vikings Jackson 

Ruth Johnson Union 

William P. Johnson Jackson 

Ray Judge Hickory 

Edward Aubert Knight— Barbarians , . Meridian 

Mary Jane Knight Jackson 

Elizabeth Ann Lampton— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Tylertown 

George D. Lee Vicksburg 

Jesse Print Matthews— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson 

Bill Maute— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Broodine May— Phi Mu Mobile, Ala. 

William Gene May— Kappa Sigma Ruleville 

Jerry Mayo— Beta Sigma Omicron Jackson 

Charles C, McCaskill— Barbarians Macon 

David Alexander Mcintosh— Barbarians McComb 

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Dunn 

Fisher 

Fleming 

Folwell 

Forrest 



Gerald 

Goodman 

Groves 

Hall 

Hamilton 



Harbor 

Harris 

Houghton 

Hayes 

Hogue 

Holmes 
Howard 
Hutto, C. 
Hutto, R. H. 
Jackson 



James 

Johnson, F. M. 
Johnson, R. 
Johnson, W. P. 
Judge 

Knight, E. A. 
Knight, M. J. 
Lampton 
Lee 
Matthews 



Maute 
May, B. 
May, W. G. 
Mayo 
McCoskill 
Mcintosh 



^(Mmcmime CLASS 



Diana McLain— Kappa Delta Jackson 

Mary Frances Meadows— Kappa Delta Quitman 
Mariana Medlin— Beta Sigma Omicron Tippo 

Leonard Metts Ackerman 

Louis Antliony Miazza, Jr.— Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Jimmie Lou Moore— Vikings Nettleton 

Dorothy Myers— Beta Sigma Omicron , Deemer 

Evelyn Myers Baton Rouge, La. 

William Curtis Nabors Oxford 

Robert Nay— Barbarians Jackson 

John A. Neil!— Pi Kappa Alpha Ellisville 

Jane Ellen Newell— Beta Sigma Omicron Jackson 

Gene Tally Nettles— Barbarians Jackson 

Talmage Wayne Perrott— Barbarians McComb 

Jack Phillips-Kappa Alpha Holly Bluff 

Rose exemplifies the student spirit behind Mi!isaps' first 
post-wor football team, and one of which to be proud. 




Joe Powell— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson 

Sommie Price— Beta Sigma Omicron Philadelphia 

Ina May Quattlebaum Meridian 

Charles L. Randle— Barbarians Voiden 

Tom Riley— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Miriam Roberts— Chi Omega Jackson 

Barbara Robertson— Phi Mu Jackson 

Mary Kathryn Rogers Silver Creek 

Henry C. Rushing Baton Rouge, La. 

George Gallman Scott— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Prichard, Ala. 

Mary Shelton— Kappa Delta Gulfport 

Catherine Shumaker— Vikings Vicksburg 

Carlos J. Smith Biloxj 

Charles Morton Sours— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

C. Z. Stevens, III— Kappa Sigma Petal 

Aberdeen Wilson Stewart— Kappa Alpha 

Kosciusko 

Kirk Taylor— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Howard Trimble Jackson 

June Turnbow— Chi Omega Jackson 

Mary Ann Turner Belzoni 

Evelyn Westbrook McComb 

Billy Wright— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Jean Wynne- Vikings Jackson 

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McLain 

Meadows 

Medlin 

Metts 

Miazza 

Moore 
Myers, D. 
Myers, E. 
Nabors 
Nay 

Neiil 

Newell 

Nettles 

Perrott 

Phillips 

Powell 

Price 

Quottlebaum 

Rcndle 

Riley 

Roberts 

Robertson 

Rogers 

Rushing 

Scott 

Shelton 

Shumaker 

Smith 

Sours 

Stevens 

Stewart 

Toylor 

Trimble 

Turnbow 

Turner 

Westbrook 

Wright 

Wynne 



Abernathy, P. C. 

Abernathy, T. B. 

Abroms 

Adams 

Alexander 

Allen 



Alsworth 

Amason 

Appleby 

Atwood 

Austin 

Baker, B. 



Baker, M. H. 

Bornett 

Berwick 

Bell 

Bethea 

Bishop 



Blair 
Blount 
Broodwee 
Bonner 
Boone, C. H. 
Boone, J. M. 



Boswell, F. 

Boswell, T. 

Bowron 

Box 

Boyd 

Boyles 



Bradford 
Braun 
Brooks 
Brown, F. O. 
Brown, M. A. 
Buckley 



Byars 

Capps 

Cauthen 

Caver 

Chaney 

Charles 



Cirlot 

Collins 

Comfort 

Conner 

Cook 

Countiss 




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Patsy Carleen Abernathy— Kappa Delta . Pontotoc 

Thomas B. Abernathy— Kappa Sigma, , , Jackson 

Marion Hole Abrams— Kappa Delta Louisville 

Betty Adams ■ Macon 

Shirley Gaines Alexander— Kappa Delta Union 

Frank T. Allen— Lambda Chi Alpha. , Jackson 

Selby Alsworth Centreville 

Robert Amoson— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

William F. Appleby— Barbarians Eupora 

Betty Joe Atwood— Kappa Delta Monticello 

Karl Austin Jackson 

Bill Baker— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Martin H. Baker— Kappa Alpha Macon 

Charles W. Barnett— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Jim D. Berwick- Kappa Alpha Braxton 

Barbara Grace Bell— Kappa Delta Jackson 

Anne Jenkins Bethea — Kappa Delta Port Gibson 

Martha Ann Bishop— Vikings Pascagoula 

Alfred Francis Blair Caledonia 

Henry Clayton Blount, Jr.— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Decatur 

C. C. Boadwee— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Lee Bonner— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Charles H. Boone— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

John M. Boone— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Frank Boswell— Lambda Chi Alpha , Noxapater 

Thomas Boswell— Pi Kappa Alpha. . .New Albany 

John H. Bowron Jackson 

Neal Box Laurel 

Douglas G. Boyd— Kappa Sigma Lexington 



Mary Virginia Boyles Jackson 

Mary Bradford— Beta Sigma Omicron . . . Jackson 

Carole Braun— Beta Sigma Omicron Jackson 

Tommy N. Brooks— Barbarians Carthage 

Frank O. Brown— Lambda Chi Alpha Lauderdale 

Margaret Ann Brown— Vikings Biloxi 

Dewey Buckley Jackson 

Dorothy Ann Byars— Vikings Calhoun City 

Douglas Capps— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

C. C. Cauthen— Kappa Alpha Canton 

Harold Caver— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Leroy M. Chaney, Jr.— Lambda Chi Alpha 

Philadelphia 

Kenneth Charles— Pi Kappa Alpha . Jackson 

Rupert Cirlot— Kappa Alpha Moss Point 

Lucille Collins— Beta Sigma Omicron . . . Jackson 

Elaine Comfort— Beta Sigma Omicron, . . Jackson 

Weir Conner— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Russell F. Cook Utica 

Thelma Hope Countiss— Vikings Jackson 



The parties are definitely not fun for all, because there 

ore always a few behind the scenes who do the "dirty 

work." 



Page 49 




Crowther 
Currie, E. 
Currie, H. T. 
Dabney 
Davis 
Dearman 



DeCelle 

DeWees 

Dickerson 

DuBard 

Dyess 

Egger 



Entrekin 

Evans 

Font 

Felder 

Finley 

Flanagan 



Fowler 

Furr 

Gaddis 

Garber 

George 

Giordino 



Goodman 
Groves 

Gregory, C. H. 
Gregory, J. 

Guion 
Gulledge 



Hardage 

Hardin 

Harper 

Heod 

Heard 

Hickman 



Hollond 

Horton 

Huggins 

Hutchins 

Irby 

Jabour 



Jenkins 
Johnson, C. 
Johnson, F. S. 
Johnston, B. L. 
Johnston, J. 
Joiner 




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Frances Crowther— Phi Mu Yazoo City 

Edward Currie— Kappa Sigma Monticello 

H. Tracy Currie— Kappa Alpha Utica 

Fitzhugh Dabney— Barbarians Jackson 

James Davis Columbia 

V\/illiam Felder Dearman, Jr.— Kappa Alpha 

Jackson 

Cornelia Ann DeCelle— Chi Omega Jackson 

Faye DeWees— Beta Sigma Omicron Jackson 

Ellis Robert Dickerson Jackson 

Helen DuBard— Kappa Delta Grenada 

Elizabeth Dyess— Phi Mu Ellisville 

John Fontaine Egger, Jr.— Kappa Alpha Meridian 

Roderick Louis Entrekin— Barbarians Meridian 

Allen Evans— Kappa Alpha Gulfport 

Foster Font- Lambda Chi Alpha Clarksdale 

Carl Felder McComb 

Baxter Finley— Kappa Sigma Greenville 

John W. Flanagan— Pi Kappa Alpha. Mendenhall 

Frank Fowler— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Gertrude Mynonne Furr— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Picayune 

John Goddis- Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Betty Garber— Beta Sigma Omicron Jackson 

Greer George— Kappa Alpha West Point 

Cho.lene Patricio Giardina— Vikings Flora 

William F. Goodman, Jr.— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

B. B. Graves— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Clarence H. Gregory— Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Juanito Gregory— Beta Sigma Omicron . Jackson 

Osborne Guion— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 



Erwin Gulledge— Kappa Sigma , Crystal Springs 

Frank G. Hardage Madden 

William Lee Hardin, Jr.— Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Bettye Jean Harper— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Meridian 

Lindsay Head— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson 

Floyd Heard— Lamba Chi Alpha Vicksburg 

James L. Hickman— Kappa Sigma . Monticello 
Mary Elizabeth Holland— Kappa Delta Jackson 

Charles J. Horton Jackson 

Joe Huggins— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Harry H. Hutchins— Kappa Alpha . Jackson 

Philip Irby, Jr. — Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Johnnie Jabour Vicksburg 

James H. Jenkins— Lambda Chi Alpha , Jackson 

Claude Johnson— Barbarians Kilmichael 

Fred Scott Johnson— Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Barbara Lynn Johnston— Chi Omega . Picayune 

Jo Ann Johnston— Phi Mu Jackson 

Mary Jane Joiner Minter City 



It's hard to believe these evidences of Freshman Day ore 

respectable Millsaps students, but they're just taking port 

in that traditional day when oil Freshmen look horrible 

and love it. 



Page 51 




Jones, W. M. 

Jones, W. R. 

Kotzes 

Kemp 

Kolb 

Knight 



Lancaster 

Lee 

Legler 

Leonard 

Lewis 

Liming, D. 



Liming, M. 

Loflin 

Loftin 

Mojure 

Mann 

Martin 



Matthews 

Mauldin 

McCrory 

McDonald 

McEwen 

McKay 



McMahon 

Meaders 
Miers 
Miller, E. 
Miller, J. A. 
Minnis 



Mitchell 

Moss 

Naef 

Nicholas 

Norwood 

Oswald 



Oswalt 
Owens 
Ozier 
Parker 

Parks 
Patterson 



Peacock 

Perkins 

Phillips 

Pollock 

Prather 

Pryor 




^n^AMMOH CLASS 



Williams M. Jones, Jr. — Barbarians , Leland 

William Richard Jones, Jr.— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Jackson 

Robert Katzes— Barbarians Meridian 

M. Thomas Kemp— Lambda Chi Alpha . Jackson 

Roy Kolb— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson 

Nancy Knight— Phi Mu Jackson 

Bettye Lancaster— Kappa Delta Louisville 

Martha Jean Lee— Phi Mu Indianolo 

Mary Merton Legler— Chi Omega Jackson 

Fannie Buck Leonard— Kappa Delta Jackson 

Ben Lewis— Barbarians Utica 

Dorris Liming— Beta Sigma Omicron Ashland 

Morris Liming— Kappa Sigma Ashland 

Frances Loflin— Chi Omega Greenville 

Rex Lavon Loftin Newhebron 

Joe Majure Madden 

Billy Mann— Kappa Sigma Carthage 

Miriam Earle Martin— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Carthage 

Marguerite Mudge Matthews Jackson 

Joyce Mauldin— Vikings Waynesboro 

James Quitman McCrory Canton 

Ruby Ella McDonald— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Picayune 

Fred William McEwen— Barbarians Jackson 

Laura Jean McKay— Beta Sigma Omicron Jackson 

Walter A. McMahon Rome 

Edith Merle Meaders— Kappa Delta Lula 

Walton Lee Miers, Jr.— Kappa Sigma Greenville 

Edwin Miller Bude 

James A. Miller— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 



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James Sherman Minnis, Jr Jackson 

Charles Mitchell— Lambda Chi Alpha. . .Carthage 

Hushel L. Moss Raleigh 

Charles A. Naef— Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Bruce L. t\|icholas Hickory Flat 

Dorothy Louise Norwood Jackson 

Robert Oswald Pascagoula 

Harry Oswalt— Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Walton Greene Owens, Jr.— Kappa Sigma 

Greenville 

Betty Jean Ozier— Phi Mu Kosciusko 

ByrI Parker— Lambda Chi Alpha . , Jackson 

Joe C. Parks, Jr New Albany 

Earlene Patterson— Kappa Delta Louisville 

Louis Peacock Mendenhall 

John Perkins, Jr.— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

A. M. Phillips— Kappa Sigma Lexington 

Eugene Pollock— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson 

Patti Ann Prather— Beta Sigma Omicron Grenada 

Allen Pryor Forest 



Miss Bufkin and Myra lend a helping hand to students 
who have run into difficulties in registering. 




Ratliff 

Ray 

Ridgway 

Robertson 

Robinson 



Russell 

Sanderson 
Scott 
Sherrod 
Shotts 



Simmons 
Slaughter 

Smith 
Spear 
Stewart, M. 



Stewart, W. C. 

Stietenroth 

Stokes 

Street 

Stribling 



Thomos 

Thrower 

Tyson 

Van Valkenburgh 

Van Zont 



Weaver 

Webb 
Welker 
Wiggers 
Wiggins 



Williams, B. A. 

Willams, John A. 

Williams, Joyce 

Wood 

Wright 

Youngblood 



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James Julius Ratliff, Jr.— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

William M. Ray Chester 

James W. Ridgway— Pi Kappa Alpha 

New York, N. Y. 

T. S. Robertson, Jr.— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Eva Gene Robinson— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Clarksdale 

Paul E. Russell Sardis 

Marilyn Sanderson— Kappa Delta Hazelhurst 

Lucy Scott— Vikings Tylertown 

Charles F. Sherrod, Jr Jackson 

Ralph F. Shotts— Kappa Alpha Mendenholl 

Amelia Simmons— Kappa Delta Magnolia 

Willie O'Dell Slaughter, Jr. -Pi Kappa Alpha 

Jackson 

Howard Smith Pascagoula 

Elizabeth Spear— Beta Sigma Omicron . Corinth 

Mack Stewart Jackson 

William Charles Stewort— Kappa Alpha 

Kosciusko 

Dorothy Stietenroth— Chi Omega Jackson 

Marie Stokes— Chi Omega Greenville 

Jonye Street Ripley 

Kent M. Stribling Florence 

Harold I. Thomas ■. Hernando, Fla. 

Mary Ann Thrower— Chi Omega Kosciusko 



Robert W. Tyson— Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Geneala Van Valkonburgh— Vikings Biloxi 

Ed Van Zant— Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Russell Weaver— Kappa Sigma Corinth 

Carolyn Webb— Kappa Delta Magnolia 

Conrad Welker Grenada 

Charles Campbell Wiggers— Pi Kappa Alpha 

Indianola 

M.arvin Emmett Wiggins, Jr. — Pi Kappa Alpha 

Parchman 

Betty .Ann Williams— Chi Omega Greenville 

John A. Williams— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson 

Joyce Williams— Beta Sigma Omicron 

Osceola, Ark. 

Thomas E. Wood Tylertown 

Noel Wright— Lambda Chi Alpha Jackson 

Wesley Youngblood— Barbarians Meadville 



Ci coaches Weir in the be=t way to avoid all the pitfolls 
in the first year at college. 



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FIRST ROW: Ates, Barnes, Brewer, Carr, Crisler, Godbold, Hovious . . . SECOND ROW: Nettles, Nichols, 

O'Brien, Pope, Porter, Ridgway, Wright. 



STllDErr EXECIITHE BOARD 

LENDS A SYMPATHETIC EAR TO STUDENT S' COMPLAINTS 

OFFICERS 

NAT HOVIOUS President 

NED O'BRIEN Vice-President 

POLLY CRISLER Secretary-Treasurer 

The Student Executive Board, the formal student governing body, composed of student body officers 
and heads of various representative groups on the campus, undertakes to manage student affairs when- 
ever necessary. Under the capable leadership of Nat Hovious, their many achievements show that this 
year's board has been one of the most active in many a year. 





MEMBERS 




Bill Ates 

Mae Alice Barnes 
Billie Brewer 
Peggy Carr 
Polly Crisler 


Laura Mae Godbold 
Nat Hovious 
Gene Nettles 
Rosemary Nichols 
Ned O'Brien 


Honk Pope 
Ann Porter 
Mary Ridgway 
Dan Wright 



Page 58 



THE WOMirS COOCIL 

TOP-NOTCH BOSSES FOR TOP-NOTCH CO-EDS 

OFFICERS 

LAURA MAE GODBOLD President 

MARY RIDGWAY Vice-President 

RITA HENDRICKS Secretary-Treasurer 

Mode up of representatives of eacfi sorority and non-sororify organization, Woman's Council pro- 
vides the faculty w\th all the answers on the girl situation. These young ladies voice their opinions on 
rules and regulations for our co-eds and help to inspire the keeping of campus laws. 

MEMBERS 

Lee Berryhill Rita Hendricks Broadine May 

Laura Mae Godbold Eleanor Johnson M.ary Ridgway 

Lesbia Byars 



FIRST ROW: Berryhill, God- 
bold, Hendricks 



SECOND ROW: Johnson, 
May, Rldgwoy. 




Page 59 





ANN PORTER 
Editor 




7^ 1 M 7 



The jobs involved in producing an annual are varied and many, from taking pic- 
tures to selling ads. This year it has been the job of the 1947 staff to work together 
to give you a book that is worthwhile to students and to the college and to preserve for 
each of you a pictorial record of this milestone of college history. 

I hope the book itself and the material herein are worth the long wait for them. 
If apologies are in order, I do apologize for myself and the circumstances which made 
the '47 Bobashela come out in '48, but regardless of the publication date, I hope you 
do enjoy this annual. 



Page 60 




MARY R IDG WAY 
Business Manager 



I! I! U H E L 1 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



ANN PORTER . . 
DICK DEVER 
BONNIE LEE HARMER 
MIRIAM ROBERTS . 



Editor 

Assistant Editor 

. Class Editor 

. Literary Editor 

ROBERT MANTZ . 



MIKE MARTINSON . 
GRACE EDWARDS . 
GLORIA FISHER . 
THOMAS BOSWELL 
. Photography Editor 



. Sports Editor 
. Art Editor 

. Publicity 
Organizations Editor 



MARY RIDGWAY . 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Business Manager JACK BISHOP . . Assistant Business Manager 



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CARL GUERNSEY 
Editor-in-Chief 



Under the leadership of two different staff heads, the 1946-47 Purple and White 
has had its trials and tribulations, its ups and downs, and its praises and criticisms. On 
the whole, the staff has tried to produce a paper that will provide up-to-the-minute 
Information, humor, and some serious thoughts on important issues. To please all the 
people all of the time is impossible, but it is with a sincere effort that the staff has tried 
to please the student body. 



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PURPLE cmd WHITE 



STAFF 



CARL GUERNSEY . 
SUTTON MARKS 
HENRY BLOUNT, JR. 
RALPH HUTTO 
POLLY CRISLER . 



Editor-in-Chief 

5usiness Manager 

Associate Editor 

Associate Editor 

News Editor 



MARGARET VANDIVER 
SAM NEWELL 
fyllRIAM ROBERTS , , 
CORNELIA DECELLE , 
JEAN WYNNE , . 



, Feature Editor 

Sports Editor 

Society Editor 

Proof Editor 

Circulation Editor 



NEWS STAFF 

Joyce Ishee, Carol Hutto, Bobby Mantz, 
Jerry Fortenberry, Jim Barwick, Nancy Knigfit, 
Bill Maute, Rebecca Ely, Betty Langdon, Mudge 
Mattfiews, Sfiirley Alexander, Carol Blumer, 
Betty Jean Ozier, Mary E. Cowan, Elizabetfi 
Lampton, Ernestine Crisler, Maxine Winn, 
Dewey Cobb. 

FEATURE STAFF 

Toogie Hamilton, Clarissa Hall, Weir Conner, 
Dick Dever, C. C. Lefiman, Bill Goodman, Jack 
Cain, Maury Ross, Rosanna Brady, Lance Goss, 
Bill Cliburn. 



SPORTS COLUMNIST 

Ted Jofinson. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Bill Clayton, Weir Conner, Lester Alvis, 
Ernest Jordan. 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Bill Crisler, Carl Bunner. 

TYPISTS 

Barbara Robertson, Frances Johnson. 



Sutton Marks, Business Manager 



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MR. ALVIN J. KING 



FIRST ROW: McLain, Langdon, Brewer, 
Burdsal, Wclker, Hothorn, Newell, White, 
Wedig, Tingle, Stebbins, Ammons, Legler, 
Johnson . . . SECOND ROW: Stieten- 
roth, Skidmore, Gerald, Applewhite, Johns- 
ton, Johnson, Brewer, Rehfeldt, Read, 
Ridgway, Herring, Deal, Wotkins, Hough- 
ton, Wilkerson, Lompton . . . THIRD 
ROW: George, Crisler, Cliburn, Welker, 
Metts, Mr. King, Roy, Wright, Powell, Al!en 
. . . FOURTH ROW: Nettles, Griffith, 
Metts, McEwen, Andrews, Mcintosh, Allen, 
Conner, Naef, Lehman, Childress. 



^ke MILL 



"Pop" King has been a leading figure in Missis- 
sippi music circles for a number of years, and his 
Millsops Singers have been annuo! proof of his work. 
He believes that "practice makes perfect" as any of 
the Singers will affirm, and the results show that his 
is the best way. 



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s i p s n I (i G a s 



As always the Millsaps Singers ore still bringing fame to Miilsops by making their fabulous tours to 
Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Another leaf in their crown of laurels was their guest appearance 
with the Jackson Symphony. KAr. King also presented the Singers in their annual Christmas Candlelight 
Service and a spring concert. 



MEMBERS 



Sarah Frances Johnston 
Virginia Rehfeldt 
Diana McLain 
Mitchie Applewhite 
Evelyn Walker 
Ann Ammons 
Betty Lancaster 
Betty Brewer 
Frances Cox 
Ruth Wedig 
Barbara Johnston 
Betty Langdon 
Betty Blair Alford 
Melda Burdsal 
Adelyn Gerald 
Jane Stebbins 



Frances Johnson 
Betty Klumb 
Eleanor Johnson 
Margaret White 
Sara Deal 
Pat Patterson 
Marilyn Sanderson 
Mary Wharton 
Jean Houghton 
Esther Read 
Elizabeth Lampton 
Billie Brewer 
Mary E. Tingle 
Jane Ellen Newell 
Dot Stietenroth 
Mert Legler 
Geraldine Wilkerson 



Mary Ridgwoy 
Amanda Hathorn 
Mary Lou Skidmore 
Catherine Herring 
Rose Watkins 
Charles Wiggers 
Ricketts Childress 
Conrad Walker 
Charles Lehman 
Joe Powell 
Bob Ray 
Aubert Knight 
Woodson Wall 
Weir Conner 
David Mcintosh 
Roi Andrews 
James Metts 



Jesse Wofford 
Greer George 
Emory Peek 
William Crisler 
Sam Allen 
Mike McLaurin 
Charles Allen 
Billy Wright 
William Cliburn 
Fred McEwen 
Gene Nettles 
Leonard Metts 
Gene Fleming 
Bill Griffith 
Richard Noef 



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These students have been recommended by the school to receive recognition for 
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Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, as an honor due those 
meeting requirements of the publication. 



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Evelyn Murphy Turnage 

Bowman Clarke 



Ann Porter 
Hank Pope 
Rebecca Ely 



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Bob Hollingsworth 





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MErS PlI HELLENIC 



OFFICERS 

NED O'BRIEN President 

- BOB HOLLINGSWORTH Vice-President 

BILL GRIFFITH Secretary-Treasurer 

This group is the high mentor for the fraternities, governing rush week and inter-fraternity relation- 
ships. Composed of two representatives from each fraternity, Men's Pan Hellenic has done much to pro- 
mote harmony among the Greeks. They symbolize the truly co-operative Millsops spirit. 

MEMBERS 

Bill Ates Stuart Carruth Bob Hollingsworth Eugene Pollock 

Jack Bishop Bill Griffith Ned O'Brien Charles Sours 

THEY SAY NO FLOWERS FOR THE LADIES 

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FIRST ROW: Barnes, Bending, Cobb, Dos'ett . . . SECOND ROW: Ely, Hamilton, Rehfeldt, Roberts. 

WOMErS PlI IIELLEnC 



OFFICERS 

MAE ALICE BARNES President 

MIRIAM ROBERTS Vice-President 

REBECCA ELY Secretary 

VIRGINIA REHFELDT Treasurer 

This year's Women's Pan Hellenic staggered th ough the usual rush week mod scramble, came out 
in one accord, and revised the group's Constitution as the year's maior task. To keep peace among 
the sororities and to provide high standards for rushing are tasks that this group accomplished with spe- 
cial pride. 

MEMBERS 

Mae Alice Barnes Dewey Cobb Rebecca Ely Virginia Rehfeldt 

Lois Bending Betty Dossett Betty Clark Hamilton Miriam Roberts 

THEY GIVE THE GREEN LIGHT TO SORORITIES 

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ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

REBECCA ELY President 

BONNIE LEE HARMER Vice-President 

DEWEY COBB Secretary 

KATHRYN CARVER Treasurer 

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" 



The Beta Sigs started the season by searching for new chapter rooms. Cobb and Robinson 
sported diamonds, and Anne Craig marched to tha altar. Ely and Godbold held memberships in 
almost every organization on the campus, and Harmer and Armstrong won badminton honors. Arm- 
strong also copped the ping pong tournament. Liming was chosen secretary of the Froshs, and Robin- 
son and Berryhill were named favorites. Dot Myers was suddenly discovered by the Millsaps eds, and 
Jerry Mayo continued to be a personality. 



Catherine Armstrong 
Leela Berryhill 
Polly Bizell 
Carol Blumer 
Carole Broun 
Mary Bradford 
Kathryn Carver 
Dewey Cobb 
Lucille Collins 
Elaine Comfort 
Mary Cowan 
Anne Craig 
Faye DeWees 



MEMBERS 

Rebecca Ely 
Gertrude Furr 
Betty Garber 
Laura Mae Godbold 
Frances Gray 
Juanito Gregory 
Bonnie Harmer 
Betty Harper 
Carolyn Hayes 
Katherine Herring 
Elizabeth Ann Lampton 
Dorris Liming 
Miriam Martin 
Jerry Mayo 



Ruby Ella McDonald 
Laura Gene McKay 
Marianne Medlin 
Dot Myers 
Jane Ellen Newell 
Patti Ann Prather 
Sammie Price 
Evagene Robinson 
Ruth Shanks 
Mary Elizabeth Spear 
Geraldine Wilkerson 
Joyce Williams 
Maxine Winn 



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FIRST ROW: Armstrong, Berryhill, Bizell, Blumer, Bradford, Braun . . . SECOND ROW: Carver, Cobb, 
Collins, Comfort, Cowan, Craig . . . THIRD ROW: DeWees, Ely, Furr, Garber, Godbold, Gray . . '. 
FOURTH ROW; Gregory, Hormer, Harper, Hayes, Herring, Lampton, Liming . . . FIFTH ROW: Martin, 
Mayo, McDonald, McKay, Medlin, Myers, Newell . . . SIXTH ROW: Prqther, Price, Robinson, Shanks, 

Spear, Wilkerson, Williams. 



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CHI DELTA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

LIB WELSH President 

ANN PORTER Vice-President 

FRANCES WILLIAMS Secretary 

MARY WHARTON Treasurer 

ROSEMARY HOWELL Fledge Trainer 



Founded— University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895 

Established at Millsaps-\Aarch 31, 1934 

COLORS: Cardinal and Straw FLOWER: White Carnation 

PUBLICATION: "The Eleusis" 



The girls of Chi Delta walked off with top scholastic honors for the first semester. Welsh and 
Porter were selected for Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Cunningham, Thrower, and 
Lampton marched to Lohengrin, while Graves got a d amond. Hendricks, Hcwell, Adcock, Welsh, and 
Roberts sported frat pins. Several sisters were tapped for Sigma Lambda, KDE and other honoraries. 
Porter edited the Boboshelo, Rush and Dcssett rated as the top two beauties, and Welsh was elected "Miss 
Millsops." 



Agatha Adcock 
Virginia Ann Batton 
Martha Biggs 
Betty Brewer 
Fronces Culley 
Doris Cunningham 
Cornelia Decelle 
Mary Elizabeth Dodds 
Betty Dossett 
Mary Dunaway 
Rollin Fitts 
Janet Fox 



MEMBERS 

Truly Graves 

Jean Houghton 

Rita Hendricks 

Ann Hobbs 

Rosemary Howell 

Barbara Johnston 

Betty Klumb 

Ann Lampton 

Mo urine Lane 

Mert Legler 

Frances Loflin 

Margaret McLaurin 

Mary Elizabeth Peatross 



Ann Porter 
Miriam Roberts 
Joyce Rush 
Dot Stietenroth 
Marie Stokes 
Mary Ann Thrower 
Jean Turnbow 
June Turnbow 
Lib Welsh 
Mary Wharton 
Betty Ann Williams 
Frances Williams 



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FIRST ROW: Adcock, Barton, Biggs, Cunninghom, Decelle . . . SECOND ROW; Dodds, Dosselt, 
Dunawoy, Fitts, Graves . . . THIRD ROW: Houghton, Hendricks, Hobbs, Howell, Johnston . . . FOURTH 
ROW: Klumb, Lone, Legler, Loflin, McLourin . . . FIFTH ROW: Porter, Roberts, Rush, Stietenroth, Stokes, 
Thrower . . . SIXTH ROW: Turnbow, Jean; Turnbow, June; Welsh, Wharton, Williams, B. A.; Williams, F. 



R 1 P P 1 DELTA 



MU CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

MAE ALICE BARNES President 

LOIS BENDING Vice-President 

ELEANOR JOHNSON Secretary 

EVELYN WALKER Treasurer 



Founded— Virginia State Normal College, October 23, 1897 

Established at Millsaps— September 26, 1914 

COLORS: Green and White FLOWER: White Rose 

PUBLICATION: "Angeles of Kappa Delta" 



These girls started the year off by taking top honors in the number of girls pledged. Barnes headed 
Women's Panhellenic and Kappa Delta Epsilon, and Minyard led the Majorettes. Barnes got an orna- 
ment for the "third finger, left hand," and Walker got a shield and diamond. Dubard was chosen a 
beauty, and Patterson, Watkins, Ammons, and Miller were selected as favorites. Many KD's made the 
honoraries, and they had a good representation going on tour this year. Ridgway was the capable 
business manager of the Bobashela. 



Patsy Abernathy 
Shirley Alexander 
Betty Blair Alford 
Ann Ammons 
Mitchie Applewhite 
Betty Jo Atwood 
Mae Alice Barnes 
Barbara Bell 
Lois Bending 
Diana Bennett 
Ann Betheo 
Dot Bishop 
Melda Burdsal 
Shirley Conn 
Helen Dubard 



MEMBERS 

Ida Faye Emmerich 
Hallo Jo Francis 
Adelyn Gerald 
Clarissa Hall 
Amanda Hathorn 
Mary Elizabeth Holland 
Carol Hutto 
Eleanor Johnson 
Betty Lancaster 
Fannie Buck Leonard 
Diana McLain 
Edith Meaders 
Mary Frances Meadows 
Joyce Miller 
Helena Minyard 



Pat Patterson 
Lulu Pullen 
Esther Read 
Mary Ridgway 
Marilyn Sanderson 
Mary Shelton 
Amelia Simmons 
Gene Simmons 
Jane Stebbins 
Marguerite Stout 
B. Utiey 
Evelyn Walker 
Rose Watkins 
Carolyn Webb 
Betty Weems 



Page 96 




FIRST ROW; Abernathy, Alexander, Alford, A,,imons, Applewhite, Alwood . . . SECOND ROW: Barnes, 
Bell, Bending, Bennett, Bethea, Bishop . . . THIRD ROW: Burdial, Conn, Dubard, Emmerich, Francis, 
Gerald . . . FOURTH ROW: Hall, Hathorn, Holland, Hutto, Johnson, Lancaster . . . FIFTH ROW: 
Leonard, McLain, Meaders, Meadows, Miller, Minyard . . . SIXTH ROW: Patterson, Pullen, Read, 
Ridgway, Sanderson, Shelton . . . SEVENTH ROW: Simmons, A., Simmons, G., Stebbins, Walker, Watkins, 

Webb, Weems. 



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EPSILON CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

VIRGINIA REHFELDT President 

BETTY CLARK HAMILTON Vice-President 

FAYE STANDIFER Secretary 

BARBARA ROBERTSON Treasurer 



Founded— Wesleyan College, March 4, 1852 

Established at Millsaps-March 24, 1914 

COLORS: Rose and White FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation 

PUBLICATION: "Aglaia" 



The Phi Mu's wasted no time in making this year a big one. Crisler was elected Senior Class secre- 
tary and was tapped into Sigma Lambda. Robertson and Hamilton were beauties. Vandiver was fea- 
ture editor of the Purple and White and a member of Chi Delta. Corr and Goodman were also Sigma 
Lambda's, and White got pinned. The girls really kept up their tradition of having a large representa- 
tion in honoraries. 



Wilna Axtell 
Rosalind Butler 
Annie Ruth Callahan 
Beth Carley 
Peggy Carr 
Mary Evelyn Collins 
Polly Crisler 
Frances Crowther 
Sarah Deal 
Elizabeth Dyess 



MEMBERS 

Tommye Forrest 
Julia Goodman 
Betty Clark Hamilton 
Jo Ann Johnston 
Sarah Frances Johnston 
Nancy Knight 
Martha Jean Lee 
Brcadine May 
Merelyn Mitchell 
Betty Jean Ozier 



Joyce Patrick 
Gwendolyn Pettus 
Virginia Rehfeldt 
Barbara Robertson 
Faye Standifer 
Tink Tingle 

Evelyn Murphy Turnoge 
Mildred Ulmer 
Margaret Vandiver 
Skeets White 



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FIRST ROW: Axtell, Butler, Callahan, Carley, Carr . . . SECOND ROW: Collins, Crisler, Crowther, Deal, 
Dyess . . . THIRD ROW: Forrest, Goodman, Hamilton, Johnston, J., Johnston, S. F. . . . FOURTH 
ROW: Knight, Lee, May, Mitchell, Ozier, Rehfeldt . . . FIFTH ROW: Robertson, Tingle, Turnage, 

Ulmer, Vandiver, White. 



V 1 K I I G S 



MILLSAPS CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

MARTINA CADENHEAD President 

BETTY LANGDON Vice-President 

JIMMIE LOU MOORE Secretary 

CATHERINE POWELL . Treasurer 



Founded — University of Oklahoma, April, 1938 

Established at Millsaps-July 19, 1943 

COLORS: Red and Black . PUBLICATION: "N. I. S. A. Newsletter" 



Another good year for the Vikings started off when Myra became Sills instead of Nichols. Brewer 
headed the Christian Council, and Pittman, Frances that is, led the Majorettes. Langdon was tapped for 
honoraries, as was Brewer. Getting diplomas at mid-term were Cadenhead and Rosie Nichols. Joint 
meetings and parties with the Barbarians have been outstanding events of the year. These are the girls 
to watch when intromurals time rolls around. 



Lois Abel 
Mary Rose Attyah 
Denise Bacon 
Anne Bishop 
Dixie Briggs 
Ann Brown 
Dot Byars 
Lesbia Byars 
Martina Cadenhead 
Betty Jim Canon 
Elizabeth Corley 
Thelma Countiss 
Lois Critz 
Virginia Darracott 



MEMBERS 

Frances Candy 
Patricia Giardina 
Bobbie Gillis 
Lutricia Goodman 
Ann Gordon 
Dora Harbor 
Dixie Hutchinson 
Frances Johnson 
Betty Langdon 
Betty Long 
Joyce Mauldin 
Jimmie Lou Moore 
Mary Ruth Murphy 
Rosemary Nichols 



Janice Nicholson 

Grace Margaret Parker 

Betty Sue Pittman 

Francis Pittman 

Catherine Powell 

Lena Mae Roy 

Pat Reed 

Lucy Scott 

Catherine Shumaker 

Myra Nichols Sills 

Nell Smith 

Ann Stockton 

Geneala Van Valkenburgh 

Jean Wynne 



Page 100 




FIRST ROW: Abel, Bishop, Briggs, Brown, Byars . . . SECOND ROW: Ccdenhead, Counti's, Darrocolt, 

Gondy, Giordino . . . THIRD ROW: Gillis, Goodman, Gordon, Harbor, Johnson . , . FOURTH ROW: 

Langdon, Mouldin, Moore, Murphy, Nichols . . . FIFTH ROW: Nicholson, Pittman, B. S., Pittman, F. 

Powell, Scott . . . SIXTH ROW: Shumaker, Sills, Stockton, Van Valkenburgh, Wynne. 



K A P P 1 4 L P H 1 



ALPHA MU CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

JACK BISHOP Number I 

CHARLES SOURS . , Number II 

CLIFF HAMILTON Number III 



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



COLORS: Crimson and Old Gold 



FLOWER: Red Rose 



PUBLICATION: "Kappa Alpha Journal' 



These members of the oldest frat on the campus showed up well this year by first copping the top 
campus honor— Hovious was elected prexy of the student body. Bishop, Longmire, and Jordan were top 
campus personalities, and a lot of pinning went on here too— Riley, Holmes, and Harlan placed the 
shield on the girls of their hearts, and Currie took the fatal step, matrimony with a Belhaven damsel. 
Dever ably served as assistant editor of the Bobashelo. 



MEMBERS 



Ernest Allen 
Robert Amason 
Bill Baker 
Martin Baker 
Bill Barnett 
Jim Barwick 
Jack Bishop 
C. C. Boadwee 
Jack Bryson 
Doug Capps 
Campbell Cauthen 
Rupert Cirlot 
Weir Conner 
Tracey Currie 
Fred Daniel 



Felder Dearman 
Dick Dever 
Pete Dunn 
John Egger 
Allen Evans 
Harry Folwell 
Frank Fowler 
Gilbert Fryant 
Greer George 
Bill Goodman 
B. B. Graves 
Cliff Hamilton 
Ed Harlan 
James Holmes 
Nat Hovious 
Joe Huggins 



Harry Hutchins 
Morgan Jones 
Ernest Jordan 
Jerry Keith 
James LonginottI 
Bill Longmire 
A. B. Magee 
Charles Martin 
Mike Martinson 
Leon Miles 
J. W. Patterson 
John Perkins 
Bill Phelps 
Jack Phillips 
Julius Ratliff 
Tommy Riley 



Sandy Robertson 
Lowry Rush 
Melvin Scarbrough 
Ralph Shotts 
Joe Sills 
Charles Sours 
Bill Stewart 
Dean Stewart 
Billy Sumrall 
Kirk Taylor 
Bill Toland 
Bobby Tyson 
Bobby Wilkins 
Bill Williams 
Sonny Williams 



Page 102 




FIRST ROW: Amason, Baker, B., Baker, M., Barnett, Berwick, Bishop . . . SECOND ROW: Boadwee, 
Bryson, Copps, Cauthen, Cirlot, Conner . . THIRD ROW: Currie, Deormon, Dever, Dunn, Egger, 

Evans . . . FOURTH ROW: Folwell, Fowler, George, Goodman, Graves, Holmes . . . FIFTH ROW: 
Hovious, Muggins, Hutchins, Longinotti, Longmire, Perkins . . SIXTH ROW: Phillips, Rotliff, Riley, 

Robertson, Rush, Scarbrough, Shotts . . . SEVENTH ROW: Sills, Sours, Stewart, B., Stewart D., Taylor, 

Tyson, Williams. 



R A P P 1 



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ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

NED O'BRIEN President 

BILL CARTER Vice-President 

JERRY FORTENBERRY Secretary 

RUFUS STAINBACK Treasurer 



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" 



The Sigs again proved their merit on our campus and have upheld their famed tradition of being 
swell party-throwers— witness their phenomenally successful Barn Dance. Shackelford got hitched to start 
the year off right, and not to be outdone, Sumerlin followed suit. O'Brien and Fleming captured class 
officers, and Boyd was head cheerleader. And Billy Mann, Charlie Hogue, and Tom Clay kept the gals 
swooning. 



MEMBERS 



Sam Allen 
John Roy Bane 
Bill Bethea 
Charles Brock 
Brooke Burwell 
Gordon Carr 
Billy Carter 
N. E. Clarkson 
Tom Clay 
James Crisler 
Bobby DeKay 
Lew Everett 
Baxter Finley 
Gene Fleming 



Jerry Fortenberry 
Tom Gorraway 
Clarence Gregory 
Bill Griffith 
Donnie Guion 
Erwin Gulledge 
Ralph Hays 
Will Hickman 
James Hickman 
George Hill 
Charlie Hogue 
Smythe Howard 
Phil Irby 
Fred Johnson 



Floyd Kimbrough 
Ralph Laird 
George Lammons 
Grayson Lawrence 
Frank Lee 
Morris Liming 
Harold Luster 
Curtis Magee 
Billy Mann 
Bill May 
Louis Miazza 
Turner Morgan 
Lee Miers 
Charles Naef 



Ned O'Brien 
Flarry Oswalt 
Walton Owens 
A. M. Phillips 
Jame^ Radford 
Tom Roberts 
Billy Shackelford 
Rufus Staiti.bock 
Henry Steinriede 
Zollie Stevens 
Alvin Sumerlin 
John Thompson 
Russell Weaver 
Jack Woodrow 
John Wroten 



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FIRST ROW: Bethea, Carr, Carter, Clarkton, Finley . . . SECOND ROW: Fleming, Fortenberry, Gregory, 
Griffith, Guion . . . THIRD ROW: Gudedge, Hickman, J., Hickman, W., Hogue, Howard . . . 
FOURTH ROW: Irby, Johnson, Lammons, Liming, Magee, Mann . . . FIFTH ROW: May, Miazza, Miers, 
Naef, O'Brien, Oswalt . . . SIXTH ROW; Owens, Phillips, Stainback, Stevens, Thompson, Weaver. 



PI KlPPil ILPHl 



ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

BOB HOLLINGSWORTH President 

MIKE McLAURIN . Vice-President 

W. B. COOPER Secretary 

KEITH PIGOTT Treasurer 



Founded— University of Virginia, March 1, 1868 

Established at Millsaps-March 23, 1905 

COLORS: Garnet and Gold FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 

PUBLICATION: "The Shield and Diamond" 



The boys of the shield and diamond strictly made a name for themselves this year. Hollingsvi'orth 
and McCormick v^alked off with senior class prexy and junior class vice-president respectively. McLaurin 
was elected Master Major, and Guernsey edited the Purple and White. On the lighter side, Hern, Cas- 
tle, Marks, and Andrews pinned four campus lovelies, and Corruth and Wells decided to middle-aisle it. 
And to top a successful year, the Pikes won the trophy for copping all infromurals awards. 



MEMBERS 



John Albriton 
Charles Allen 
Lester Alvis 
Roi Andrews 
Henry Blount 
Lee Bonner 
Charles Boone 
John M. Boone 
Tommy Boswell 
Bob Bullen 
Carl Bunner 
Charles Butler 
Joe Cagel 
Jack Coin 
Dean Calloway 
Stuart Carruth 
Craig Castle 
Harold Caver 



Kenneth Charles 
Bill Clayton 
Lowery Collins 
Joe Conerly 
W. B. Cooper 
Bill Crisler 
John Gaddis 
Carl Guernsey 
Osborne Guion 
Bob Hamilton 
Bill Herm 

Bob Hollingsworth 
Richard Holmes 
Ralph Hutto 
Noel Ivy 
Billy Jacobs 
Bill Jones 
Paul King 



William Lampton 

Bill Lott 

George Maddox 

Bobby Mantz 

Sutton Marks 

Bill Maute 

M. L. McCormick 

Mike McLaurin 

George McWilliams 

James Anthony Miller 

John Neill 

Sam Newell 

Dan Patrick 

Emory Peek 

Keith Pigott 

Hank Pope 

Bob Ray 

Wallace Ridgway 



Maury Ross 
Wallace Russell 
George Scott 
Alex Shotts 
Boots Singletary 
Bill Slaughter 
Glenn Teasley 
Ed Van Zant 
Bill Watson 
Brad Wells 
Charles Wiggers 
Marvin Wiggins 
Buddy Wofford 
John Wofford 
Billy Wright 
Charlie Wright 
Robert Yarbrough 
Honk Zander 



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FIRST ROW: Albriton, Allen, Andrews, Blount, Bonner, Boone, C, Boone, J. M. . , . SECOND ROW: 
Boswell, Bullen, Bunner, Cogel, Cain, Calloway, Cattle . . . THIRD ROW: Caver, Charles, Collins, 
Cooper, Crisler, Goddis, Guernsey . . . FOURTH ROW: Guion, Hamilton, Herm, Hollingsworth, Hutto, 
Jones, Lampton . . . FIFTH ROW: Mantz, Marks, Moute, McLaurin, Miller, Neill, Pigott . . . SIXTH 
ROW: Pope, Ridgway, Scott, Singletary, Slaughter, Teasley . . . SEVENTH ROW: Van Zant, Wiggers, 
Wiggins, Wright, B., Wright, C, Yarbrough. 



LlNBDl OHI UPHit 



THETA ETA ZETA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

EUGENE POLLOCK President 

BILL ALLEN Vice-President 

HAROLD JAMES . Secretary 

T. C. MILLER Treasurer 



Founded— Boston University, November 2, 1909 

Estabiislned at Millsops-October, 1939 

COLORS: Purple, Green, and Gold PUBLICATION; "Purple, Green, and Gold" 



The Lambda Chi's entertained the student body in style with their big dance. Dan Wright and his 
orchestra hove made a name for themselves. Campus personalities included Pollock, Shanks, and Ates. 
Burnett ably led the school band through football season and improved student morale. Mack Parker 
stepped altarward, and Bill Ates finally succeeding in capturing Wilna's heart. 





MEMBERS 


Charles R. Allen 


Dudley Dickerson 


Frank Turner Allen 


Foster Font 


Thomas E. Allen 


Floyd Heard 


William P. Allen, Jr. 


Lindsey Head 


William E. Ates 


Preston Jackson 


Frank Joseph Bardelon 


Harold James 


Ralph B. Bell 


Howard Jenkins 


Louis Samuel Bills, Jr. 


Rex Jones 


Robert Connor Bills 


Tom Kemp 


Frank Boswell 


Roy Kolb 


Charles Brandon 


James Lee Martin 


Frank O. Brown 


Jesse P. Matthews 


Eugene Burnett 


T. C. Miller, Jr. 


Leroy Madison Chaney 


Charles Mitchell 


Charles Dillingham 


ByrI Parker 




Marion Parker 



Mack Parker 
Carl Wayne Phill 
Eugene Pollock 
Joe Powell 
Percy Powers 
James Roland 
Jack Shanks 
Robert Soch 
Brock Thornhill 
Steve Webb 
Harry Whyte 
Elbert Williams 
John A. Williams 
Dan Wright 
Noel Wright 



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FIRST ROW: Allen, F., Allen, T., Allen, B., Ate?, Bowell . . . SECOND ROW: Brown, Burnett, Chaney, 
Dickerson, Dillingham . . . THIRD ROW: Font, Head, Heard, Jockron, James . . . FOURTH ROW: 
Jenkins, Kemp, Kolb, Mjlthews, Mitchell, Parker . . . FIFTH ROW: Pollock, Powell, Shanks, Williams, 

Wright, D., Wright, N. 



B A R B i R 1 il I S 



OFFICERS 

GENE NETTLES President 

BOB NAY Vice-President 

DAVID HARRIS Secretary 

DAVID POWELL Treasurer 

AUBERT KNIGHT Historian 



■ ' Founded— University of OI<lahoma, 1938 

Established at Millsaps— 1945 
COLORS: Blue and White FLOWER: Red Carnation 

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



These independent men go hand-in-hand with their sister organization, the Vikings. To carry out 

this brother-sister combination, they meet with the girls occas'onaiiy and even have joint parties. Nettles 

continues to take part in all sorts of activities, espec'ally when he can dance. Mcintosh continues to be 

a football hero, and active in almost any other sport you can name. Aubert did his port in promoting 

.* school spirit, and Inmon and David Harris were tapped into ODK. 



Billy Appleby 
Walter Berryhill 
Tommy Brooks 
Bowman Clarke 
Javier Crespo 
Fitzhugh Dabney 
James Dunnaway 
Rod Entrekin 
Claude Johnson 



MEMBERS 

William M. Jones, Jr. 
Robert Katzes 
Aubert Knight 
Ben Lewis 
Charles McCaskill 
Fred McEwen 
David Mcintosh 
Inman Moore 



Bob Nay 
Gene Nettles 
Wayne Perrot 
David Powell 
Charles Randle 
William Stokes 
Wesley Youngblood 
Hollis Youngblood 
Howad Youngblood 



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FIRST ROW: Appleby, Brooks, Clarke, Cre<po, Dcbney . . . SECOND ROW: Entrekin, Johnson, Jones, 

Kotzes, Knight . . . THIRD ROW: Lewis, McCaskill, McEwen, Mclntorh, Moore, Nay . . , FOURTH ROW: 

Nettles, Perrot, Rondle, Stokes, Youngblood, H., Youngblood, W. 




THE COACHES 

This was Coach Barthng's first 
football seoson with the Millsaps 
Majors. Coach Bartling come to 
Millsaps from Vanderbilt University 
where he was head coach for three 
years. At Millsaps, Bartling mode a 
fine showing with his Majors, lead- 
ing them to 5 wins and 1 loss. 

Coach Bartling was ably assisted 
in his athletic program by Jack 
Winborn. 



Coach Doby Barlling 



Assistant Coach Jack Winborn 



THE SCOREBOARD 



MILLSAPS 15 

MILLSAPS 33 

MILLSAPS 39 

MILLSAPS 35 

MILLSAPS • 25 

MILLSAPS 



DELTA STATE TEACHERS 

SOUTHWESTERN 

ALAB,iMA STATE TEACHERS 14 

MERCHANT MARINE CADETS 13 

DELTA STATE TEACHERS 

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 35 



7^ 1 9 4 6 FOOT 



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Rush, Gunter, Jabour, Christmas, Cirlot, Wade, Maddox Standing Pigott, Jackson, Bell, Denson, 

Jones, Font, Carruth, Mcintosh. 



Co-Captains 

Henry Stienreide 

Van Stewart 

Assistant Managers 

Bob Tyson 

Jimmy Minnis 




B U L H A S I 



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STIENREIDE-Right Halfback 



JACKSON-Fullbock 



RUSH-Left Hclfback 



MclNTOSH-Left Halfback 



MANN-Right Halfback 



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CARRUTH-Quarterbock 



DOHERTY-Quarterback 



BREWER— Quarterback 
WHITE-Fullback 
SUTHERLAND-End 



P I U E R S 



Playing a six game schedule with schools that were under the same 
kind of athletic program as Millsaps, that is, the non-subsidizing of its 
players, the Majors were able to score 147 points to their opponents' 
63. All of this was done under the direction of Athletic Director, 
match maker and coach, Doby Bartling. 



Page 117 





MADDOX-Tackle 



JOHNSON-Tackle 



LaCOUR-Tackle 



J. STEWART-Guard 



JABOUR-Tackle 



Probably the offensive higfilight of the 1946 season 
happened in the Alabama Teachers game. On two con- 
secutive times in handling the ball, halfback Lowry Rush, 
Intercepted on Alabama pass, returning it 76 yards for a 
touchdown and followed that with an 88 yard run on an 
off tackle play for another score. 





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WINANS-Guard 



V. STEWART-Guard 



Albert Gore, Mississippi College halfback, takes off on one of his touchdown jaunts, as John Christmas 

brings up the rear. 





PIGOTT-End 



WILSON-End 



WADE-End 



CLEMENTS-End 




CHRISTMAS-Center 
GLISSON-Cenler 



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Kneeling: Cirlot, Lee, Ycte? . . . Standing: Font, Feider, Perrott. 



Playing a highly touted rival, the Majors tasted their only defeat of the season at 
the hands of Mississippi College. 



MiMsaps' Kick Is AlmoEt - But Not Quite Blocked. 





Pigott, Christmas, McLaurin, Bell, Carr, Mcintosh, Doherty, Rogers, Bates, Carruth, Byrant, Young, Sutherland, Rush. 



Ed Bell and "Motor" Carr follow up on a long shot as the Majors 

tried to moke a recond hcif comeback against Delta State Teachers 

ct Cleveland. Delta State won 1^ - 43 



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B U K ETBUL 



This season just wasn't Millscps' year. The Majors went down three games to one in 
the Millsaps - Mississippi College series. Dsha State had a field day at the expense of 
the M.ajors, Southwestern was defeated, Louisiana Teachers were downed and so went 
the season. 



McLAURIN-Center 



CARR— Forword 



BELL-Forward 





PIGOTT— Forward 



CHRISTMAS-Guard 



MclNTOSH-Forward 



Pigott tips in a basket to help the Majors take a close game from Southwestern at 
Memphis. Miilsops won 50 - 45. 




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CARRUTH-Forword 



DOHERTY-Guard 



BATES— Forward 



SCOREBOARD 



Millsaps 


59 


Springhill 


52 


Millsaps 


49 


Southeast Louisiana 


36 


Millsaps 


71 


Southeast Louisiana 


35 


Millsaps 


41 


Birmingham Southern 


35 


Millsaps 


39 


Mississippi College 


50 


Millsaps 


61 


Southwestern 


50 


Millsaps 


43 


Delta State 


74 


Millsaps 


46 


Mississippi College 


42 


Millsaps 


47 


Alabama Teachers 


39 


Millsaps 


48 


Delta State 


70 


Millsaps 


39 


Springhill 


65 


Millsaps 


42 


Birmingham Southern 


65 


Millsaps 


45 


Alabama Teachers 


48 


Millsaps 


52 


Mississippi College 


59 


Millsaps 


43 


Mississippi College 


54 



Page 125 





The action shot on the left Is a shot of the Millsops - Southwestern bosketball game. The right picture 

shows the Millsops - Delto State game 



BRYANT 



ROGERS— Forward 



RUSH-Guard 




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SUTHERLAND-Center 



YOUNG-Gyard 



SQUilD 



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First Row: J. Bryant, Pigott, Christmos, McLaurin, Bell, Carr . . . Second Row: 

Young, Mcintosh, Doherty, Rogers, Bates, Carruth . . . Third Row: Nettles, DeCell, B. 

Bryant, Sutherland, Rush, Whattey . . . Fourth Row: LaCour, Mann, Rotliff. 








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Coach Bartling, McLaurin, Teasley, Glisson, V. Stewart, DeCell, Winborn, Rush, Pigott, Russell, Collins, Mann, 
McCormick, Baker, Sills, WJggers, Clay, J. Stewort, Hays, Johnson. 



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SCOREBOARD 




Millsaps 


6 


Delta State 


10 


Millsaps 


18 


Hinds Junior College 


3 


Millsaps 


4 


Mississippi College 





Millsaps 


1 


Mississippi College 


3 


Millsaps 


3 


Northern Illinois Teachers 


6 


Millsaps 


4 


Springhill 


5 


Millsaps 


1 


Mississippi Southern 


9 


Millsaps 


17 


Mississippi College 


8 


Millsaps 


5 


Western Illinois Teachers 


4 


Millsaps 


1 


Ole Miss. 


21 


Millsaps 


4 


Ole Miss. 


9 


Millsaps 


4 


Alabama State Teachers 


5 


Millsaps 


6 


Spring Hill 


5 


Millsaps 





Alabama State Teachers 


14 


Millsaps 


10 


Delta State 


3 


Millsaps 


17 


Delta State 


6 



Assistant Coach Jack Winborn 



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Teas ley and Glisson 



Athletic Director - Lee Gibson 



Sills and Baker 






1 9 4 II 



Ci Allen Over the Top 



Greer George Goes Flying Home 



The Millsaps Thin Clads, under the tutoring of Jay Jackson, were able to schedule 
only one meet. The Majors and the Chocs met at Provine Field, and Mississippi College 
handed Millsaps its only defeat. High scorer of the meet was Dave Mcintosh with 19V2 
points. 



Piggott, Britt, Slngletory, Mcintosh, Appley, George, Williams, Lee, Wade, Henry, Perott, Box, Nettles, 
Fortenberry, Sutherland, Brown, Heard, Allen, Jobour, Stienretde, Youngblood, Strange, Jackson, Gaddis. 



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T R H K S E U I 



Wade Clears 5' 11" 



A'clr.tosh and Jackson Take 
the High Hurdles. 



Vclntosh Wins the 100 Yard 
Dash. 





GCLF TEAM 
Dearman 
Hamilton 
C. Barton 
B. Barton 



GOLF 



A foursome was all that Millsaps needed to field a good 
golf team. Playing teams from Ole Miss., Delta State and 
Mississippi Southern, Coach Cliff Hamilton's boys made 
many fine showings. 





Joyce Rush, Doug Boyd, Mary Lou Skidmore, Henry Blount, Ann Gordon 



^ke PHEERlEilDERS 



A greatly increased enthusiasm in this year's student body was due largely to the 
work done by the cheerleaders. To their tireless effort the student body says THANKS! 



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LEADERSHIP AND ABILITY THEY EXCEL 



OFFICERS 



ROSEMARY NICHOLS 
LIB WELSH 
REBECCA ELY . . 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



To be tapped into Sigma Lambda, a girl needs brains, ability, personality, and quite a bit of brawn to 
work on the numerous projects the group undertakes. This is the "Mortar Board of Millsops;" and these 
girls are responsible for all sorts of improvements and bright Ideas around the campus. 



Billie Brewer 
Peggy Carr 
Dewey Cobb 
Polly Crisler 
Rebecca Ely 



MEMBERS 

Laura Mae Godbold 
Julia Goodman 
Eetty Langdon 
Rosemary Nichols 
Ann Porter 



Mary RIdgway 
Myra Sills 
Lib Welsh 
Mary Wharton 



FIRST ROW: Brewer, Carr, Cobb, Crisler, Ely . . . SECOND ROW: Godbold, Goodman, 
Langdon, Nichols, Porter . . . THIRD ROW; Ridgway, Siils, Welsh, Wharton. 




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FIRST ROW: Castle, Childress, Griffith, Harris, Hollingsworth . 
McLaurin, Moore, O'Brien, Shanks, Wright. 



SECOND ROW: 



M I C R 1 DELTA K A P P 1 

THE GOLD KEY STANDS FOR GOLDEN IDEALS 



OFFICERS 

DAN WRIGHT President 

DR. ROSS MOORE Secretary 

Membership in ODK is perhaps the highest honor a Millsaps man con attain. The gold key has stood 
for outstanding ability since its appearance on the campus in March, 1926. The standards of this national 
fraternity demand scholarship and leadership, and this is the most widely recognized honorary on the 
campus. 



Craig Castle 
Ricketts Childress 
Bill Griffith 
David Harris 
Bob Hollingsworth 



MEMBERS 

Mike McLaurin 
Inman Moore 
Ned O'Brien 
Jack Shanks 
Don Wright 



Dr. Moore 
Dr. Riecken 
Dr. Smith 
Dr. Wharton 
Prof. Ferguson 



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G T it SIGMA PHI 

THEY PREFER ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME TO MODERN CIVILIZATION 



OFFICERS 

BETTY LANGDON , , President 

REBECCA ELY Vice-President 

DEWEY COBB Secretary 

LAURA MAE GODBOLD Treasurer 



Helen of Troy fiad her Paris; Cicero had his Catiline — such are the bits of knowledge which members 
of Eta Sigma Phi can recite upon invitation. These refugees from the Oracle of Delphi are famed for 
knocking themselves out once a year at a Roman orgy. The rest of the year is spent with such droll 
things as ancient Roman and Grecian civilization. 







MEMBERS 






Dewey Cobb 
Rebecca Ely 
Laura Mae Godbold 
Betty Langdon 


William Stokes 
Lib Welsh 
Dr. Smith 
Dr. Hamilton 




Dr. Fleming 
Prof. Sanders 
Prof. Ferguson 
Mrs. Goodman 


Mrs. Cobb 
Miss Craig 

Mrs. Coullet 




FIRST ROW: Cobb, Ely, Godbold . . SECOND ROW: Langdon, Stokes, Welsh 



Page 138 




FIRST ROW: Axtell, Calloway, Griffith, Hamilton, Hollingsworth 
Moore, Murphy, Ridgway, Stebbin?. 



SECOND ROW: 



UPHI EPSILOI DELTi 

ANYTHING FROM TONSILLECTOMIES TO SORE TOES 



OFFICERS 

BILL GRIFFITH ' . . . President 

INMAN MOORE Vice-President 

MARY RIDGWAY Secretary 

BETTY CLARK HAMILTON Historian 



Alpha Epsilon Delta is the official Millsaps honorary pre-med organization. Potential Curies and future Kil- 
dares meet bi-monthly and discuss such enlightening subjects as "The Life Cycle of the Fruit Fly" or "Carving 
Through the Ages." Frequently outsiders are invited in for general consultation. A. E. D.'s skeletons in the 
closet include the yearly institution of freshmen physical exams and agitating for a college hospital. 



MEMBERS 



Wilna Axtell 
John Roy Bane 
Dean Calloway 
Bill Griffith 
Betty Clark Hamilton 



Bob Hollingsworth 
Rex Jones 
Inman Moore 
Mary Ruth Murphy 
Mary Ridgway 



Jane Stebbins 
Buddy Wofford 
Jim Young 
Dr. Sturdivant 
Dr. Priddy 



Dr. Riecken 
Prof. Galloway 
Dr. Price 
Prof. Harrell 
Dr. Sullivan 



Poge 139 



U P H l P S 1 OMEGA 

THE FUTURE LUNT AND FONTANNES OF MILLSAPS 

OFFICERS 

ROSEMARY NICHOLS President 

CRAIG CASTLE Vice-President 

FRANCES WILLIAMS Secretary 

Alpha Pi of Alpho Psi Omega, the organization at which all dramatic students look with longing eyes, 
sponsored two plays this year, "Doctor's Orders" and "The Servant In the House," and a group of three 
one-act plays. Members are carefully chosen from a large number of potentials in the Millsaps Players and 
are ably coached by Dr. White. 

MEMBERS 

Craig Castle Jerry Fortenberry Gene Nettles Mary Ridgway 

Bill Dement Merelyn Mitchell Rosemary Nichols Elizabeth Welsh 

Ethel Eastman Billy Moore Bob Ray Frances Williams 

FIRST ROW: Castle, Eastman. Fortenberry, Mitchell, Moore, Nettles . . . SECOND 
ROW: Nichols, Ray, Ridgway, Welsh, Williams. 




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FIRST ROW: Carr, Crisler, Hamilton, Howell . . . SECOND ROW: Langdon, 
Vandiver, Welsh. 



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DELTA 



WOMEN 



WITH 



WIT AND 



WISDOM 



OFFICERS 

ELIZABETH WELSH President 

POLLY CRISLER Secretary-Treasurer 



The women with the literary talents and the sense to remember all about authors make this an 
organization of true artists in creative writing. They'll discuss anything that is in print from Egyptian 
hieroglyphics to the latest volume from the pen of George Bernard Shaw. Among their projects are spon- 
soring contests in creative writings of students. 



Peggy Carr 

Polly Crisler 

Betty Clark Hamilton 



MEMBERS 

Rosemary Howell 
Betty Langdon 
Ma .''go ret Vandiver 



Elizabeth Welsh 
Mrs. Stone 
Mrs. Goodman 



Poge 141 



K il P P 1 DELTA E P S I L 1 

THEY'LL TEACH FUTURE GENERATIONS THEIR ABC'S 

OFFICERS 

MAE ALICE BARNES President 

BETTY HEARN Vice-President 

VIRGINIA REHFELDT Recording Secretary 

ETHEL EASTMAN Corresponding Secretary 

MARY WHARTON Treasurer 

These co-eds are tomorrow's wielders of the proverbial hickory stick. K. D. E. is the official Millsaps 
honorary education fraternity. During the Mississippi Education Association meeting, many graduates come 
back and tell how many apples they have received and other glories of the teaching profession. High 
point of the year is the club luncheon, at which time a former member describes the many vivid and 
inescapable problems. 

MEMBERS 
Mae Alice Barnes Ethel Eastman Sarah Frances Johnston Evelyn Murphy Turnage 

Lesbia Byars Rebecca Ely Betty Langdon Evelyn Walker 

Martina Cadenhead Bonnie Harmer Helene Minyard Elizabeth Welsh 

Sarah Frances Clark Betty Hearn Esther Read Mary Wharton 

Dewey Cobb Ann Hobbs Virginia Rehfeldt Geraldine Wilkerson 

Shirley Conn Rosemary Howell Mary Elizabeth Tingle Frances Williams 

FIRST ROW- Barnes, Cadenhead Clark, Cobb, Conn, Eastman, Ely . . . SECOND 

ROW: Harmer, Hobbs, Howell, Johnston, Langdon, Minyard, Read . . . THIRD ROW: 

Rehfeldt, Tingle, Turnage, Walker, Welsh, Wharton, Wilkerson, Williams. 




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FIRST ROW: Ates, Berryhill, Burnet, Carr, Carter, Castle . . . SECOND ROW: Em- 
merich, God bo Id, Guernsey, Hormer, McCullen, O'Brien . . . THIRD ROW: Shanks, 
Singletory, Stoinbock, Thompson, Watkins, Wright. 

lITERiiTIOML REUTIOIS CLl'B 

OUR BAUKAGES AND PEARSONS OF TOMORROW 

OFFICERS 

DAN WRIGHT President 

LEE BERRYHILL Vice-President 

NED O'BRIEN Secretary-Treasurer 

The purpose of the International Relations Club is to study and discuss events which are taking place 
in the world today, and the situations which led up to them. When these radicals come to blows, Dr. 
Moore intercedes with a turkey trot or a witty remark. 





MEMBERS 






Bill Ates 


Craig Castle 


Ned O'Brien 


Dan Wright 


Lee Berryhill 


Ida Faye Emmerich 


Jack Shanks 


Dr. Moore 


E. J. Burnet 


Laura Mae Godbold 


Boots Singletory 


Prof. Ferguson 


Peggy Carr 


Carl Guernsey 


Rufus Stainback 


Dr. Wharton 


Bill Corter 


Bonnie Lee Harmer 


John Thompson 


Prof. Hardin 




Dan McCullen 


Troy Watkins 





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Y. M. 0. i C 1 B I I E T 



MEN WHO STRIVE FOR CHRISTIAN LIVING IN COLLEGES 



OFFICERS 



BOWMAN CLARKE 
BOB HOLLINGSWORTH 
BOB RAY 
CHARLES HOGUE 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



This group of men attend to such problems as school spirit, faculty-student relations, and student de- 
votion in an excellent worthwhile manner. The cabinet of YM big-shots meets twice monthly to lay plans 
for the work of the Y and to join YW in presenting our evening Vespers. 





Bowman Clarke 




Aubert Knight 




Bill Cliburn 




Inman Moore 




Bill Goodman 




Joe Powell 




Charles Hogue 




Bob Ray 




Bob Hollingsworth 




Bill Toland 


FIRST ROW: 


Clark, Hollingsworth, Roy, 


Hogue, 


Cliburn . . . SECOND ROW 




Goodman, Knight 


Powell, 


Moore. 




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FIRST ROW: Godbold, Ridgway, Wharton, Stockton, Bending . . . SECOND ROW: 

Cobb, Gillis, Medlin, Ely, Briggs . . . THIRD ROW: Emmerich, Liming, 

Clark, Bain, Welsh. 

1. W. C. i. C 1 B I I E T 

THEY HAVE THE ANSWERS TO EVERY PROBLEM 



OFFICERS 



LAURA MAE GODBOLD 
MARY RIDGWAY . . . 
MARY WHARTON . . . 
ANN STOCKTON . , 

LOIS BENDING, DEWEY COBB, 
BOBBIE GILLIS , . 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Program Chairmen 



MARIANA MEDLIN Music Chairman 

REBECCA ELY, DIXIE BRIGGS Projects Chairmen 
IDA FAYE EMMERICH, 

DORRIS LIMING Recreation Chairmen 

SARAH FRANCES CLARK , Vespers Chairman 

ADA MAY BAIN . . . Publicity Chairman 

LIB WELSH Community Service 



Programs on every angle from China to the latest fashions, all with a truly Christian spirit, make 
YW the interesting, enlightening organization that it is. The members of this group are not content with 
words of advice, but they utilize all co-eds in helping those less fortunate than they. 



MEMBERS 



Ada May Bain 
Lois Bending 
Dixie Briggs 
Sarah Frances Clark 



Dewey Cobb 
Rebecca Ely 
Ida Faye Emmerich 
Bobbie Gillis 



Laura Mae Godbold 
Dorris Liming 
Mariana Medlin 
Mary Ridgway 



Ann Stockton 
Lib Welsh 
Mary Wharton 



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M 1 J R E T T E L [ B 



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TRY 



TO OUTDO 



THE 



MAJORS 



OFFICERS 



CATHERINE ARMSTRONG 
KATHRYN CARVER . . 
FRANCIS PITTMAN . . 
POLLY CRISLER . . . 



President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Intramurols Chairman 

Publicity Chairman 



The girls who belong to this athletic honorary are chosen for versatility in sports, for sportsmanlike 
conduct, and for persistent efforts to help their team win in intramurols. In addition, as a group they 
have sponsored Stunt Night for a number of years, and they're trying something new in their Play Nights. 



MEMBERS 



Catherine Armstrong 
Wilna Axteil 
Mae Alice Barnes 
Lee Berryhill 
Billie Brewer 
Emmogene Calhoun 



Kathryn Carver 
Polly Crisler 
Sara Deal 
Rebecca Ely 
Laura Mae Godbold 
Bonnie Lee Hormer 
Rosemary Howell 



Eleanor Johnson 
Betty Langdon 
Betty Long 
M.argoret McLaurin 
Helena Minyard 
Betty Sue Pittman 
Francis Pittman 



Ann Porter 
Mary Ridgway 
B. Utiey 
Evelyn Walker 
Rose Watkins 
Mary Wharton 



FIRST ROW: Armstrong, Axteil, Barnes, Berryhill, Brewer, Carver, Crisler, Deal . . . 
SECOND ROW: Ely, Godbold, Harmer, Howell, Johnson, Langdon, McLaurin, Minyard 
. . . THIRD ROW: Pittman, B. S., Pittman, F., Porter, Ridgway, Walker, Watkins, 

Wharton. 




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FIRST ROW: Anding, Brewer, Codenhead, Castle, Clarke, Cobb . . . SECOND ROW: 

Ely, Godbold, Guernsey, Harris Hollingsworth, Hovious . . . THIRD ROW: Mcintosh, 

Minnis, Moore, Powell, Ridgwoy. 

CHRISTUi COllinL 

CHRISTIAN LEADERS ORGANIZED FOR SERVICE 



OFFICERS 



BILLIE BREWER 
DAVID HARRIS 
REBECCA ELY 
DR. RIECKEN 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



With semi-annual achievements through Religious Emphasis V/eeks, the Christian Council sheds its 
radiance across the campus, guiding the spiritual life of the student. Their efforts unite college groups with 
local churches, and their influence extends in many directions in improving student life and thought. 





MEMBERS 






Bob Anding 


Rebecca Ely 


Not Hovious 


Mary Ridgwoy 


Billie Brewer 


Laura Mae Godbold 


David Mcintosh 


Dr. Fleming 


Martina Codenhead 


Carl Guernsey 


Jimmy Minnis 


Dr. Smith 


Craig Castle 


David Harris 


Inman Moore 


Dr. Riecken 


Bowman Clarke 


Bob Hollingsworth 


Joe Powell • --■ 


Prof. Wroten 


Dewey Cobb 









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BAPTIST STOEH UIIOI 

THEY'RE RUNNING THE METHODISTS A CLOSE RACE 

OFFICERS 

JIMMY MIMNIS President 

LOIS ABEL Secretary 

W. B. COOPER Treasurer 

MARTHA JEAN LEE Program Chairman 

TOMMY BOSWELL Pianist 

EVELYN WALKER Chorister 

This energetic group conducts the meetings of the Baptist students on the campus. Several youth 
leaders have been brought to the campus this year through the auspices of this organization. A beneficial 
part of their program is joining with other denominal'ionai groups on the campus in presenting a well- 
rounded religious schedule. 

MEMBERS 

Jimmy Minnis W. B. Cooper Tommy Boswell 

Lois Abel M.artho Jean Lee ■ Evelyn Walker 

FIRST ROW; Minnis, Abel, Cooper . . . SECOND ROW; Lee, Boswell, Walker. 




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FIRST ROW: Bullen, Charles, Dabney, Dosselt, Gaddis . . . SECOND ROW: Graves, 
Hamilton, Lehman, Leonard, Maute. 



U I T E R B II R 1 CLUB 



ALTHOUGH A MINORITY, THEY HOLD THEIR OWN 



OFFICERS 



BILL MAUTE . . . 
KENNETH CHARLES 
FANNIE BUCK LEONARD 
JOHN GADDIS . . 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Program Chairman 



The Canterbury Club is another of Millsaps' newly organized denominational groups. These student 
Episcopalians have mode a lot of progress in their first year, and they ore well known for their interesting 
meetings and parties at the Parish House. 



MEMBERS 



Bob Bullen 
Kenneth Charles 
Fitzhugh Dabney 
Betty Dossett 
John Gaddis 



Truly Graves 
Betty Clark Hamilton 
Charles Lehman 
Fannie Buck Leonard 
Bill Moute 



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Mi^iSTEiiiu Assonnioi 



WHERE ONE PREACHER MEETS ANOTHER 



OFFICERS 

BOBANDING 

INMAN MOORE 

WILLIAM LEE YOUNGBLOOD . . 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



With the largest membership in its history the Ministerial Association has exerted a wide influence in 
the fostering of a Christian atmosphere on the comous. It has carried out many worthwhile projects 
under the leadership of Bob Anding and David Harris, and its members hove taken a prominent part 
in student activities. 



MEMBERS 



W. E. Ainsworth 

Selby Alsworth 

Bob Anding 

Bill Appleby 

John L. Ash 

John Atkins 

Alfred Francis Blair 

Henry Blount 

Frank O. Brown 

Kenneth Charles 

Ricketts Childress 

Bowman Clarke 

Victor Coleman 

Billy Crout 

Horry Cunningham 

Bill Dement 

Ellis Robert Dickerson 

Rod Entrekin 

Carl Felder 

Carl Fox 

Charles Ray Franklin 

Bill Hall 

David Harris 

Billy Harris 

Claude Johnson 

Joseph Woodrow Jones 

William B. Jones 

Robert Katzes 



Aubert Knight 
Morris Liming 
Rex Loftin 
George Maddox 
Robert Marsalis 
James McCafferty 
Charles McCaskill 
James Q. McCrory 
David Mcintosh 
Walter McMahon 
T, C. Miller 
John Millsaps 
Inman Moore 
Robert Nay 
Wayne Perrott 
Charles Randle 
William Mid Ray 
Gene Russell 
William Stokes 
John Sutphin 
Delwin Thigpen 
Harold Thomas 
M.irl Whitaker 
Charles Wiggers 
Donald Youngblood 
Hollis Youngbood 
Wesley Youngblood 
William Lee Youngblood 



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Anding 

Appleby 

Alkins 

Blair 

Blount 



Brown 

Charles 

Childress 

Clarke 

Crout 

Cunningham 



Dickerson 

Entrekin 

Felder 

Fox 

Franklin 

Harris, D. 



Harris, B. 

Johnson 

Katzes 

Knight 

Liming 

Loftin 



McCaskill 

McCrory 

Mcintosh 

McMahon 

Moore 

Nay 



Perrott 

Randle 

Ray 

Russell 

Stokes 

Stutphin 



Thomas 
Wiggers 

Youngblood, D. 

Youngblood, H. 

Youngblood, Wesley 

Youngblood, W. L. 




-' -- . FIRST ROW: Abernothy, Adams, Bishop, Bizzell, Corley, Corver . . . SECOND ROW: 

Crowther, Dabney, Harbor, Johnston, Lee, Mojure . . . THIRD ROW: McLoin, Medlin, 
Roy, Stokes, Turner, Ulmer 

BE E T II f E I C L O 

THEY AIM AT CARNEGIE HALL AND THE MET 

OFFICERS 

BOB RAY President 

MARIANA MEDLIN Vice-President 

GILBERT FRYANT Recording Secretary 

MARTHA JEAN LEE Treasurer 

MARIE STOKES Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. J. L. ROBERTS Faculty Advisor 

Organized only last year, this group has flourished. They boast of a large membership and an 
unheard of repertoire embracing anything from Bach ond Chopin to the latest boogie. If it's ever been 
written and it's music, you can bet someone in the group can tell you about it. 



MEMBERS 



Patsy Abernothy 
Betty Adams 
Dot Bishop 
Polly Bizzell 
Dewey Buckley 



Beth Carley 
Kathryn Carver 
Frances Crowther 
Fitzhugh Dabney 
Gilbert Frvant 



Dora Harbor 
Barbara Johnston 
Sarah Frances Johnston 
Martha Jean Lee 
Joe Mojure 



Diana McLain 
Mariana Medlin 
Bob Roy 
Marie Stokes 
Mary Ann Turner 
Mildred Ulmer 



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