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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Introduction ------------- 3 

Dedication ------------- 8 

In Memoriam ------------- 10 

The Administration and Faculty --------- 11 

Classes ------------- 25 

Activities ------------- 53 

Snapshots - ------- 65 

Features ------------- 75 

Socials ----- 87 

Athletics ------------- 109 

Organizations ------------- 127 

Advertisements ------------ 155 



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To Miss Carolyn Bufkin, without whose wonderful disposition 
and helping hand many of us would not have lasted through four years 
and graduation ; 

To Professor Lance Coss for his genuine and unceasing interest 
and work in and with the students of Millsaps; 

To Dr. Vernon L. Wharton, writer, scholar, lecturer-deluxe, and 
long time good friend to Millsaps students; 

We humbly dedicate this, the 1952 Bobashela. 



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MISS CAROLYN BUFKIN 

PROFESSOR LANCE COSS 

DR. VERNON L WHARTON 



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STACY DUVALL JENKINS 
1929—1951 



THOMAS JACKSON GRAYSON 
1931—1951 




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Let us so live that these mail not have died in vain. 




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Eleven 




MARION LOFTON SMITH 
A. M., B. D., Ph. D., LL. D. 



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Twelve 



Thirteen 



BOARD OP TRUSTEES 

OFFICERS 

R. L. EZELLE President 

N. J. GOLDING Secretary 

A. B. CAMPBEL! Treasurer 

Term Expires in 1952 

REV. B. M. HUNT, D.D Jackson 

REV. N. J. GOLDING, D.D. Greenwood 

VIRGIL D. YOUNGBLOOD ._ Brookhaven 

F. B. SMITH Ripley 

W. B. SELAH, D.D. Jackson 

W. J. CUNNINGHAM Greenville 

JOHN EGGER Meridian 

A. L. ROGERS New Albany 

Term Expires in 1955 

REV. V. R. LANDRUM Columbia 

W. O. TATUM Hattiesburg 

W. E. BUFKiN Leland 

REV. J. D. SLAY Hattiesburg 

REV. L. P. WASSON, D.D West Point 

REV. J. D. WROTEN, D.D Louisville 

R. L. EZELLE Jackson 

E. C. BREWER Clarksdale 



Cke PRESIDENT'S HOME 

The beautiful and modern new President's Home on the Millsaps Campus 




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WILLIAM EMIL RIECKEN, Ph.D. 

DEAN OF MEN 

Professor of Biology 



J. W. WOOD 
'.USINESS MANAGER 



Fourteen 










ELBERT S. WALLACE 
i. A., Birmingham-Southern College; 

M. A., Ph.D., Duke University 
Registrar; Professor of Economics 



RAY S. MUSCRAVE, Ph.D. 

Professor of Psychology 

Dean of Students 



THE ADMINISTRATION 



MRS. MARY B. STONE 

Dean of Women 

Professor of English 



STEWART SMITH, B.D. 
Dean of Chapel 








Fifteen 




C. M. BARTLING 

B.B.A., University of 

Mississippi 

Director of Physical Education 

and Coach 



MABEL BENNER COBB 

A.B., St. Lawrence University 

A. M., University of North Carolina 

Professor of Spanish 



MAGNOLIA COULLET 

A.B., Millsaps College; 

A.M., University of Penn. 

B.M., Belhaven College; 

Graduate work in Voice, 

Bordeaux, France 

Associate Professor of Latin, 

Professor of Voice 



ELIZABETH CRAIG 
A.B., Barnard College, 
Columbia University; 
A.M., Columbia University 
Diplome de la Sorbonne, 
Ecole de Preparation des 
Professeurs, de Francais a 

L'Etranger, Faculty of 

Letters, University of Paris 

Associate Professor 

of French 



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MMCES ELIZABETH DECELL 
B.A., Whitworth College; 
A.B., Millsaps College; 
A.M., University of 

Alabama 

Director of Physical 

Education for Women 



DALE R. DUNNIHOO 

B.S., Gannon Co'lege 

M.S., the University of Michigan 

Assistant Professor of Biology 



JAMES SHARBROUGH FERGUSON 

B.A., Millsaps College; 

M.A., Louisiana State University; 

Ph.D., University of North Carolina 

Professor of History 



NEAL BOND FLEMING 
B., B.D., Emory University; 
S.T.M., Ph.D., Boston 

University 
Professor of Philosophy 



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Seventeen 





CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY 

B.S., Millsaps College; 

A.M., and advanced 

graduate work, Duke 

University 

Asociate Professor of 

Physics 



EB C. GIRVIN 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D., the University 

of Texas 

Professor of Biology 



MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN 

A.B., Agnes Scott College; 

A.M., Tulane University 

Associate Professor of English 



LANCE GOSS 

A.B., Millsaps College; 

A.M., Northwestern 

University 
Assistant Professor of 

Speech 
Director of Dramatics 



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CHRISTIAN CENTER 





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ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON 
A.B., Birmingham-Southern 

College; 

A.M., Ph.D., University of 

Pennsylvania 

Professor of Classical 

Languages and German 



PAUL D. HARDIN 

A.B., Millsaps College; 

A.M., Duke University; 

Graduate Work, University of 

Southern California 
Assistant Professor of English 



ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES 

A.B., LL.B., University of 

Tennessee 

Vice-Consul of the United States 

in Scotland and England; 

A.M., and advanced graduate 

work, George Peabody College 

Professor of Education 



NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY 
A.B., Mississippi State 

College for Women 
Instructor of Secretarial 

Studies 



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MURRAH HALL 



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RALPH HAMILTON HUTTO, JR. 

B.A., Millsaps College; 

B.J., University of Missouri 

School of Journalism 

Instructor in English 

Director Department of 

Public Relations 



FRANKLIN W. JAMES 

B.S., Mississippi College; 

Ph.D., University of North Carolina 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 



ALVIN JON KING 
Studied at Oberlin Conservatory 

of Music; 
Northwestern School of Music; 
Christiansen Choral School 
Private study with W. S. B. 
Matthews, Fanny Bloomfield, 
Zeisler, and Power Symonds 
Director of Millsaps Singers 



SAMUEL ROSCOE KNOX 
A.B., A.M., University of 

Mississippi; 

Graduate Work, University 

of Michigan 

Assistant Professor of 

Mathematics 



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WHITWORTH HALL 





RAYMOND LOYD 
MclLVENNA 
A.B., Williamette Univer- 
sity; 
A.M., Ph.D., Harvard 

University 

Professor of Political 

Science 



ROSS HENDERSON MOORE 

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

A.M., University of Chicago; 

Ph.D., Duke University 

Professor of History 



MILDRED MOREHEAD 

A.B., Mississippi State College 

for Women; 

A.M., Duke University 

Assistant Professor of English 



JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE 

B.S., Millsaps College; 

M.S., University of 

Mississippi; 

Ph.D., Louisiana State 

University 
Professor of Chemistry 



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SANDERS HALL 



Twenty-One 





RICHARD R. PRIDDY 
B.S., in Ed., Ohio Northern 

University; 

M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State 

University 

Professor of Chemistry 



JACK E. PRINCE 

A.B., A.M., Ohio State 

University; 

Graduate work at Ohio State 

University 

Associate Professor of Economics 



THOMAS LEE REYNOLDS 

B.S., Guilford College; 

A.M., Ph.D., University of 

North Carolina 

Professor of Mathematics 



ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS 
A.B., Southwestern (Texas); 

A.B., Yale University; 

Rhodes Scholar, 1907-1910; 

A.B., A.M., University of 

Oxford (Honors School) 

Professor of Romance 

Languages 



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CALLOWAY HALL 





VERNON LANE WHARTON MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE 



A.B., Millsaps Collegs; 
A.M., Ph.D., University of 

North Carolina 

Professor of Socioloy and 

History 



A.B., Birmingham-Southern 

College; 

A.M., Harvard University; 

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin 

Professor of English 



WILLIAM S. WINN 

Ph.B., B.D., Emory University; 

A.M., University of 

North Carolina 

Associate Professor of 

Mathematics 



JAMES DORSEY WROTEN 

B.A., Millsaps College; 

B.D., Southern Mehodist 

University; 
A.M., Ed.D., Columbia 

University 

Associate Professor of 

Religion 



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VIEW FROM MURRAH HALL TOWARDS LIBRARY AND FOUNDERS HALL 



Twenty-Three 







KARL WOLFE 

B.F.A., Chicago Art Institute; 

William M. R. French Fellowship; 

Study abroad for one year; 

Study and Teaching Pa. School of 

Art Summer School 



CAROLYN BUFKIN 

B.A., Millsaps College 

Assistant to the Registrar 



MARTHA BENNETT 
Secretary to the President 

MRS. DOROTHY NETTLES 
Cashier 




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MARY FRANCES GOODWIN MRS. JESSIE P. JORDAN 
Assistant, Registrars Office Secretary to the Dean 



MRS. ANNE DeMOSS 
Assistant, Registrars Office 





FRANCES WEBB SHELTON 
Secretary to the Business Manager 

Twenty-Four 




CURTIS McGOWAN, President 1st Term 
WILLIAM HOLLAND, President 2nd Term 



James Aldridge 
Adrienne Bourgeois 
Stanley Clendinning 



Laura Ceil Allen 

John Bowers 
Carolyn Collins 



Donald Anderson 
John Bowie 
Eddie Collins 




ABEL, BEULAH --------- Duck Hill 

IRC 

ALDRIDGE, JAMES -------- Jackson 

LXA 
IFC, IRC, Pres. LXA 

ALLEN, LAURA CEIL -------- Jackson 

Chi 
Beethovan Club 

ANDERSON, DONALD ------- Vicksburg 

ANDERSON, ROBERT REED ------ Natchez 

PiKA 

ODK, Who's Who Among Students in American 

Colleges and Universities 

IRC Pres. 

BLACK, WENDELL -------- Jackson 

PiKA 

BLACKWELL, HIGDON ------- Jackson 

BLAKENEY, JOE FRANK ----- Bay Springs 

KA 

IFC, IRC 

BOLEWARE, SAMMY -------- Carson 

KS 



Twenty-Six 




bert Reed Anderson 
Sandra Campbell 
Ed Curtis 



Wendell Black 
Thelma Ann Canode 
Ella Virginia Courtney 



Higdon Blackwell 

Virginia Cavett 

Samuel William Darby 



Joe Frank Blakeney 

Curtis Clapham 

John Davis 



Sammy Boleware 

Duncan Clark 

Mary Dent Deaton 



BOURGEOIS, ADRIENNE ------ Jackson 

Chi O 

BOWERS, JOHN --------- Jackson 

SEB 

BOWIE, JOHN --------- McCool 

CAMPBELL, SANDRA -------- Grenada 

Vikings 
AED, TNS 

CANODE, THELMA ANN ------- Rome 

Pres. BSO, Pres. Pan-Hellenic 
Sig L, Majorette Club, ESP 

CAVETT, VIRGINIA - - - Jackson 

Chi O 

Pres. Chi O, Pan Hellenic, Sig L 

KDE, Who' Who in — 

CLAPHAM, CURTIS -------- Lyon 

KS 
Pres. KS 

CLARK, DUNCAN --------- Sardis 



CLENDINNING, STANLEY ------ Jackson 

Pi KA 

COLLINS, CAROLYN -------- Jackson 

BSO 
Psy Club, Chi D, Majorette Club 

COLLINS, EDDIE --------- McComb 

KA 

ODK, IRC, "M" Club, Gavileers 

Pres. PiKD 

CURTIS, ED -------- - Ovett 

Pres. Ministerial League 



COURTNEY, ELLA VIRGINIA 



Harperville 



DARBY, SAMUEL WILLIAM ----- Jackson 
PIKA 

DAVIS, JOHN --------- Utica 

AED 

DEATON, MARY DENT ------ McComb 

Chi O 
KDE 



Twenty-Seven 




WILLIAM HOLLAND 
Vice-President, 1st Semester 

SALE LILLY 
Vice-President, 2nd Semester 



Walter Donnell 

Norma Harrell 

Sue Horton 



Annie Dunn 

Elizabeth Harris 

Margaret Lee Inman 



Ouida Eldridge 

Evelyn Hawkins 

Mike Jacobs 




DONNELL, LUKE -------- Pelahatchie 

DONNELL, WALTER ------- Pelahatchie 

DUNN, ANNIE --------- Olive Branch 

Vikings 
ARD, Majorette Club 

ELDRIDGE, OUIDA ------- Philadelphia 

Vikings 
IRC, Chi D, Majorette Club, KDE 

FREEMAN EDWARD ------- Jackson 

LXA 

GRAHAM, BILL MACK ------ Jackson 

KA 

GRAHAM, K. E. - - - Georgetown 

HALL, GASTON --------- Jackson 

Kit kat, ESP, IRC 

HAMILTON, CATHERINE ------ Jackson 

Chi O 
ESP 

Twenty-Eight 




Edward Freeman 
William A. Hays 
Elbert C. Jenkins 



ly Mack Graham 


K. E. Graham 


Gaston Hall 


Catherine Hamilton 


Robert Haynes 


Dorothy Ann Heggie 


Mary Joy Hill 


William H. Holland, Jr 


Doc Jeter 


Frances Johnson 


Barry Kimbrough 


Marth Hale Kittrell 



HARRELL, NORMA Mobile, Ala. NORTON, SUE -------- - Oakland 

Sig L, Pres. YW, Sec.-Treas. SEB Vikings 

Who's Who — Miss Millsaps Who's Who, Sig L, Majorette Club 

Favorite 

ljaddic ci ,7a D i:tu i i INMAN, MARGARET LEE ----- - Flora 

HARRIS, ELIZABETH ------- Laurel 

KP Phi Mu 

KDE Pres. KDE 

HAWKINS, EVEYLN -------- Canton JACOBS, MIKE --------- McComb 

BSO 

JENKINS, ELBERT C. - - - - - Brookhaven 

HAYNES, ROBERT --------- Jackson 

PiKA 
IRC 



LXA 



JETER, DOC --------- Ripley 

HAYS, WILLIAM A. - - Bogue Chitto JOHNSON, FRANCES Jackson 

HEGGIE, DOROTHY ANN ------- Durant 

Chi O 
Majorette Club 



HILL, MARY JOY ------- - Louisville 

Majorette Club, KDE 

HOLLAND, WILLIAM H., JR. - - - - Vicksburg 

PiKA 

TNS, Who's Who, ODK, Kit Kat, Pres. APsi 



Phi Mu 

Chi D 

KIMBROUGH, BARRY ------ Louisville 

Pres. "M" Club 

KITTRELL, MARTH HALE ----- Greenwood 

Chi O 

Majorette Club, Chi D 



Twenty-Nine 




VIRGINIA PEEBLES 
Sec.-Treas., 1 st Semester 

BETTY W. SMITH 
Sec.-Treas., 2nd Semester 



Sale Lilly 

Ellen Kent McNamara 

Dale Overmyer 



Claire Luster 
Randolph Mansfield 
Mary Jane Palmerlee 



Mary Belle M.abry 

Martinson 

Peggy Parrish 




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LEE, B. F. -- -- - - - - - Greenwood 

PiKA 

"M" Club 

LILLY, SALE -------- Charleston 

KS 

ODK, Who's Who-, "M" Club, 

Pres. SEB, V-P Senior Class, 

Master Major 

LUSTER, CLAIRE -------- Clarksdale 

Chi O 
MABRY, MARY BELLE ------- Wiggins 

Vikings 
McCLUER, MABETH ------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

KDE 

McGOWN, CURTIS ------- Memphis 

KS 

Pres. Senior Class 

McLARTY, BETTY L. ------ - Jackson 

Chi O 
McLEOD, RICHARD R. ----- - Jackson 

LXA 

TNS 

McGEE, ELIABETH ANN ------ Chunky 

Phi Mu 
Sig L, Majorette Club, KDE, 

Thirty 




NAabeth McCluer 
Jewell H. Mayer 
Virginia Peebles 



Curtis McGown 

Martha Mayo 

Mary Ann Pitts 



Betty L. McLarty 

Eunice Middleton 

Radzewicz, Ethel 

(Mrs. Paul A.) 



Richard R. McLoed 
Billy Miller 
Pat Ratliff 



Elizabeth Ann McGee 

Jimmy Newson 

Bill Riecken 



McNAMARA, ELLEN KENT ----- Jackson OVERMYER, DALE -------- Jackson 

LXA 
MANSFIELD, RANDOLPH ----- Jackson 

PiKA 



MARTINSON, PATSY - - - - 
Chi O 
Majorette Club, KDE 

MAYER, JEWELL H. - - - - - 



Jackson 



Jackson 



Vikings 
Chi D 

MAYO, MARTHA --------- Star 

Phi Mu 
KDE 

MIDDLETON, EUNICE ------- Yazoo City 

Chi O 

MILLER, BILLY --------- Jackson 

KA 
ODK, Pres. AED, TNS, "M" Club 

NEWSOM, JIMMY -------- Jackson 

KA 
ESPhi 



PALMERLEE, MARY JANE ----- Jackson 

Chi O 

TNS Pres. 

PARRISH, PEGGY -------- Memphis 

BSO 
Sig L, Chi D 

PEEBLES, VIRGINIA ------- Jackson 

Chi O 

Sig L, Who's Who-, KDE.. 

Cheerleader, Favorite, 

Sec.-Treas. Senior Class 

Indianola 



PITTS, MARY ANN - - - - - 
Chi O 
Majorette Club 

RADZEWICZ, ETHEL (MRS. PAUL A.) 



Jackson 



RATLIFF, PAT -------- Jackson 

KA 

RIECKEN, BILL -------- Jackson 

PiKA, AED, TNS 



Thirty-One 



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REGISTRATION 
CHOCTAW TAXI COMPANY 




Roy Ryan Ed Sherrod Jeanne Shields 

Mary Sue Smith Deborah Stevens Ruth Stockton 

James M. Whitehouse Mary Nell Williams Glynn Wiygul 

ROBINSON, IRA ------- - Brandon 

"M" Club 
RYAN.. ROY --------- Baldwyn 

SHERROD, ED -------- - Jackson 

TNS 
SHIELDS, JEANNE -------- Tchula 

BSO 
Chi D, Pres. Majorette Club, KDE 

S!DES, CARRIE SUE - - - - - - - D'Lo 

SISSON. ANNE BRENNER - - Beulah 

Phi Mu 

Sig L, Chi D, Pres. ESP, KDE 

Favorite 

SMALL, BETTY --------- Jackson 

KD 
Majorette Club, IRC 

SMITH, BETTYE W. ------- - Jackson 

KD 

Sig L, Who's Who-, Chi D, 

Majorette Club, Favorite 

SMITH. HARMON L, JR. ----- Lexington 

PiKA 

ODK, Who's Who-, IRC Pres. Singers 

Pres. PiKA 

Thirty-Two 




Carrie Sue Sides 

E. B. Strain 
Lavelle Woodrick 



Anne Brenner Sisson 

Cleveland Turner 
Martha Ann Wright 



Betty Small 

Barbara Tyler 
Martha L. Wright 



Bettye W. Smith 

Spencer Weissinger 

Ching Yien Yao 



Harmon L. Smith, Jr. 

Alice Dale Whitfield 

James Leon Young 



SMITH, MARY SUE ------- - Jackson WHITEHOUSE, JAMES M. ----- Columbus 



Phi Mu 
Sig L, Pres. Who's Who, KDE 

STEVENS, DEBORAH -------- Jackson 

KDE 



STOCKTON, RUTH 



Jiloxi 



Vikint 



STRAIN, E. B. -------- - Poplarville 

KA 
Pres. KA, "M" Club 



PiKA 
APsi 0, Psy. Club 

WILLIAMS, MARY NELL ------ Jackson 

KD 

WIYGUL, GLYNN -------- Nettleton 

WOODRICK, LAVELLE ------- Meridian 

WRIGHT, MARTHA ANN ------ Jackson 

Viking 



CLEVELAND, TURNER - - . Belzoni WRIGHT, MARTHA L Jackson 

KS 



TYLER, BARBARA -------- Jackson 

Viking 



Viking 
YAO, CHING YIEN -------- Jackson 



WEISSINGER, SPENSER ------ Jackson YOUNG, JAMES LEON ------- Jackson 

KA 



WHITFIELD, ALICE DALE ----- Jackson 
BSO 



Who's Who-, ODK, Pres. Gavileers, 
APsi O, IRC, Bus. Mgr. BOBASHELA 



Thirty-Three 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



ALLEN, JAMES E. -------- Jackson 

KA 

ODK, IRC, "M" Club, Bus. Mgr. Bobashela, 

SEB V-P 

ALLRED, ROBERT H., JR. ----- - Natchez 

KA 
ANDERSON, BILLY R. ------ - Jackson 

Norsemen 
ANDERSON, EMMETT J., JR. ----- Jackson 

PiKA 
ANDERSON, ROSEMARY M. - - - - Clarksdale 

Vikings 

Assistant in Sociology 

AUST, JULIA E. ------- - Clarksdale 

Chi O 

Toppers, Eta Sigma Phi, Pres. Woman's Council 

BABINGTON, MARY ANN ----- Meadville 

Phi Mu 

Pres. Beethovan Club, SEB 

BACOT, LYNN E. ------- - Holmesville 

Vikings 
BALIUS, DAVID H. ------- - Biloxi 

PiKA 

SEB, Pres. Band 

BARNETT, DORIS -------- Hermanville 

BSO 

BLOUNT, ROBERT E., JR. - Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. 

KS 

SEB, Pres. Alpha Psi Omega 

BOYLES, CHARLES H. ------ - Jackson 

Pres. Wesleyan 
BREAZEALE, VIRGINIA ----- Doddsville 

Phi Mu 

One, two -- Bump! 




BROWN, DIANE -------- Greenville 

Chi O 
BROWN, PEGGY -------- Madison 

Chi O 

IRC, Beauty 

BUCKLEY, MABEL -------- Jackson 

KD 

ESP, Majorette Club 

BURTON, LOUISE --------- Jackson 

Ph, Mu 

KDE, Pan-Hellenic 

CAIN, MARGUERITE ------- Gulfport 

Chi O 
CAMPBELL, LOUISE -------- Tupelo 

Viking 
CARPENTER, MIM ------ Water Valley 

SEB, Majorette Club V-P 
CAVETT, VAN --------- Jackson 

KS 

ODK, Ed. of P&W, IFC, IRC, Kit Kat, SEB 

CRISLER, ANNABELLE ------ Jackson 

Phi Mu 

APsiO, KDE, Majorette Club, 

Bobashela Typing Editor 

CUMBERLAND, L. ALVIN ----- Sharon 

COVINGTON, NEIL ------- Brookhaven 

Millsaps Psy. Club 
DENNY, MARGUERITTE ------ Jackson 

KD 

IRC, ESP 

DOGGETT, KAROLYN ------- Kossuth 

Chi O 

Beethovan Club 

DYESS, SARA NELL -------- Meridian 

BSO 

Pres. WCW, SEB, Christian Council 

EDGE, VIRGINIA --------- Jackson 

KD 

Pres. KD, Sig L, APsiO, ESP, Pan-Hellenic, 

BOBASHELA Feature Editor 

ELLIS, A. W. --------- New Augusta 

TNS 
ESKRIDGE, JAMES ------- Holly Springs 

LXA 
ESTES, NOWELL --------- Tie Plant 

KA 

TNS 

EWING, NONA -------- Tupelo 

Chi O 

APsiO, Beethovan Club 

FOSTER, NELL --------- Maben 

Viking 
FUZAK, BILL --------- Jackson 

"M" Club 

GABY, EWING Jackson 

PiKA 
APsiO 



Thirty-Four 




Allen 
Allred 

Anderson, B. 
Anderson, E. 
Anderson, R. 



Aust 

Babbington 

Bacot 

Ballus 

Barnett 



Blount 
Boyles 
Breazeale 
Brown, D. 
Brown, P. 



Buckley 

Burton 

Cain 

Campbell 

Carpenter 






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Cavett 

Crisler 

Cumberland 

Covington 

Denny 



Doggett 

Dyess 

Edge 

Ellis 

Eskridge 



Estes 

Ewing 

Foster 

Fuzak 

Gaby 

Thirty-Five 



THE "'JUNIOR CLASS . 



GIFFIN, BETTY -------- Louisville 

ESP 
GOODWIN, GLENNA ------- Jackson 

KD 

APsiO 

GRIFFIN, JOHN ------ Montgomery, A'a. 

KS 
GULLEDGE, JERRY ------ Crystal Springs 

KS 
TNS 

HADDAD, RAY - - - Jackson 

KA 
ODK, Pres. Pre-Med., AED, TNS 

HARRISON, DURBO Calhoun City 

KS 

AED 

HESTER, ROGER --------- Jackson 

PiKA 

Millsaps Psy. Club 

HILL, ROANE --------- Houston 

Chi O 
HINTON, HOMER -------- Jackson 

LXA 
HORNE, BRYANT -------- Jackson 

KA 
HOWELL, CHARLES -------- Fannin 

HOWELL, NAN -------- Jackson 

KD 
HUGHES, OUIDA FAYE ------ Meridian 

Phi Mu 
JOHNSTON, BARKSDALE ----- Jackson 

Chi O 
Pan-Hellenic 

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JOLLY, THOMAS ------- Monticello 

KS 
KAZAR, MARIAN -------- Tchula 

Chi O 

Beethovan Club 

KELLY, VIRGINIA Jackson 

BSO 

Queen of PiKA Cotton Ball 

LAMPTON, JOSEPHINE ------ Tylertown 

BSO 

Sig L, EWP, KDE, Women's Council 

LEEP, PAT --------- Jackson 

Chi O 

Pres. Chi O, Pres. Pan-Hellenic, SEB 

LEONARD, ANNIE GREER ----- Jackson 

KD 

ESP, KDE, Majorette Club 

LESTER, ELIZABETH ------- Jackson 

Chi 

V-P Women's Council 

LEWIS, B. F. -------- . Jackson 

Norsemen 
LEWIS, JOHN T., Ill ------ . Jackson 

LXA 

Millsaps Psy. Club 

LEWIS, T. W. -------- - Columbus 

KS 

ODK, Pres. SEB, "M" Club, Pres. Topper, APO 

LOTT, ROBERT --------- Kilmichael 

Pres. YM, TNS 
LOWERY, RUTH --------- Jackson 

KD 

Pan-Hellenic, Majorette Club 

LUKE, WILBUR --------- Jackson 

LXA 
McDANIEL, MARY ELIZABETH - - - - Flora 

BSO 

Pres. BSO, Pan-Hellenic, KDE 

McGEE, MARY LOU ------- Ackerman 

KD 
McMURRY, MARY FRANCES ----- Jackson 

BSO 

Majorette Club 

MATHENY, ADALEE ------- Woodville 

Viking 
ESP, Majorette Club 

MONTGOMERY, MARTHA SUE - - - - Jackson 

Viking 

Majorette Club 

MOORE, BILLY --------- Indianola 

KS 

NALTY, JERRY -------- Brookhaven 

Chi O 

O'NEAL, MARY ANN ------- Jackson 

Viking 
Women's Council 



Thirty-Six 




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Giffin 

Goodwin 

Griffin 

Gulledge 

Haddad 



Harrison 

Hester 

Hill 

Hinton 

Home 



Howell, C. 

Howell, N. 
Hughes 
Johnston 
Jolly 



Kazar 

Kelly 

Lampton 

Leep 

Leonard 



Lester 

Lewis, B. F. 
Lewis, John 
Lewis, T. W. 
Lott 



Lowery 

Luke 

McDaniel 

McGee 

McMurry 



Metheny 
Montgomery 
Moore 
Nalty 
O'Neal 
Thirty -Seven 



THE JUNIOR CLASS . 



POSEY, TULANE --------- Tupelo 

KS 

PKD, Gavileers 

POUNDS, JIMMY ------- Jasper, Ala. 

KS 

Millsaps Psy. Club 

POWELL, DAVID --------- Gulfport 

KS 

"M" Club 

REEVES, CLYDE -------- Bogue Chitto 

REID, GEORGE --------- Jackson 

PiKA 

Pres. BSU, APsiO 

REYNOLDS, JULIUS ------- Jackson 

IRC 
ROBERTS, ANNE - - - - - - Montgomery, Ala. 

Vikings 

Pres. Vikings, SEB 

ROBINSON, BILLY ------- Columbus 

KS 
Toppers, "M" Club 

ROEBUCK, JEROME B. ------ - Newton 

PiKA 
Millsaps Psy. Club 

ROSEBERRY, BARBARA ------ Jackson 

BSO 

Millsaps Psy. Club 

RUSHING, DON -------- Ina Bena 

Pres. APhi O, SEB 

SANDEFUR, JOHN C. ------- Vicksburg 

PiKA 
ODK, Bus. Mgr. P&W, AED, TNS, APO 

Co-Educational Dorms 




SANDFORD, NEELY ------- Philadelphia 

KD 
Beauty 

SCHMITT, JOE - - - - Jackson 

APsiO 
SCOTT, CHARLES -------- Jackson 

PiKA 

Millsaps Psy. Club 

SIMMONS, THOMAS H. ----- - Meridian 

SMITH, CLAUDE -------- Jackson 

PiKA 
SMITH, VARDAMAN K. ----- - Jackson 

PiKA 

APsi O, "M" Club 

SOMMERS, CHARLES ------- Jackson 

LXA 

IFC, Pres. LXA 

STEVENS, A. J. ------- - West 

KS 

"M" Club 

STEWART, BILL LYNN ------ Gulfport 

KS 

"M" Club 

SWAYZE, CATHERINE ------ Jackson 

Chi O 
TOWNES, ANDREW ------- Grenada 

KA 

"M" Club 

TRAPP, SHELIA -------- Tupelo 

Chi O 

Sig L, Pres. Christian Council 

APsiO, SEB, PKD 

TURNAGE, MARIE -------- Gienada 

BSO 
WALDROP, ROGER -------- Jackson 

LXA 
WALLACE, LARRY -------- Hollandale 

KS 
WEAVER, MARGARET ------- Columbus 

Chi O 

WEBB, JOHNNIE --------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

Sig L, IRC, Pres. Westminister, KDE, 

Assist. Ed. BOBASHELA 

WEBER, AMELIA --------- Jackson 

Vikings 

WEEMS, LAMAR -------- Forest 

KS 
AED 

WHITEHURST, BERRY ------ Coldwater 

WILLIAMSON, CECIL ------- Greenwood 

WOLFE, HILLMAN --------- Jackson 

LXA 

WREN, POLLY - - Vicksburg 

KD 



Thirty-Eight 




Posey 

Pounds 

Powell 

Reeves 

Reid 



Reynolds 

Roberts 

Robinson 

Roebuck 

Roseberry 



Rushing 

Sandefur 

Sanford 

Schmitt 

Scott 



Simmons 
Smith, C. 
Smith, V. 
Sommers 
Stevens, 



Stewart 

Swayze 

Townes 

Trapp 

Turnage 



Waldrop 

Wallace 

Weaver 

Webb 

Weber 



Weems 

Whitehurst 

Williamson 

Wolfe 

Wren 

Thirty-Nine 



Allen 

Anderson 

Athas 

Atkinson 

Ballard 

Baria 



Batson 

Bearden 

Benson 

Birchum 

Black 

Bratton 



Brinkley 
Brooks 
Brown, C. 
Brown, D. 
Busse 
Cain 



Caldwell 

Callaway 

Canode 

Cantwell 

Case 

Clark 



Clements 

Coker 

Colbert 

Cooper 

Corban 

Costigan 



Crisler 

Cross 

Cunningham 

Curtis 

DeLong 

Dubard 



Durrette 
Edgar 
Epperson 
Evans, M. A. 
Evans, P. 
Farlow 

Fewell 
Foy 

Frazier 
Freiler 
Freudenberg 
Gardner 
Forty 




THE SOPtlCAiCRE CLASS 



ALLEN, CHARLES W. ------ - Itta Bena 

PiKA 
ANDERSON, MARIE ANN ------ Jackson 

Chi 
ATHAS, ASPASIA -------- Greenwood 

ATKINSON, LUCIE J. ------- - Jackson 

Phi Mu 
BALLARD, MILDRED W. ----- - Fayette 

BARIA, CAROLYN LOVE ----- Gulfport 

Vikings 
BATSON, SALLY ANN ------ Greenville 

KD 
BEARDEN, KATHRYN JEAN ----- McComb 

Vikings 
BENSON, JAMES E. ------ - Meridian 

BIRCHUM, JACK R. ----- - Norman, Okla. 

BLACK, BOBBY JOE ------ - Greenwood 

KS 
BRATTON, JO ANN ------- Greenville 

KD 
BRINKLEY, JAMES BARRY ----- Jackson 

LXA 
BROOKS, BOBBY C. ------- Mathiston 

LXA 
BROWN, ETHEL CECILE ------ Jackson 

Phi Mu 
BROWN, JAMES D. ------- - Winona 

BUSSE, NORMA JEAN ------- Canton 

CAIN, GLENN A. -------- - Durant 

KS 
CALDWELL, LUCRETIA T. - - - - - Philipp 

Vikings 
CALLAWAY, ROBERT A. ----- - Jackson 

CANODE, MONA REE ------- - Rome 

BSO 
CANTWELL, MARCIA JANE ----- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

CASE, MARTIN A. ------- - Jackson 

CLARK, ROBERT N. ------- - Jackson 

CLEMENT, WILLIAM RODNEY - - - - Jackson 
PiKA 

COKER, OLIVE J. - - - Jackson 

Chi O 

COLBERT, DAVID W. ------ - Co'umbia 

SX 

COOPER, JO ANNE ------- Greenwood 

KD 

CORBAN, MAGRUDER S. - - - - Ocean Springs 
PiKA 

COSTIGAN, EMILY ------- Greenwood 

KD 

CRISLER, HARRIET ------- Bay Springs 

Chi O 



CROSS, JANIE LEE ----- - Goshen Springs 

Phi Mu 
CUNNINGHAM, MAGDALENE - - - - Jackson 

Vikings 
CURTIS, PAT H. ------- - Kosciusko 

DeLONG, FRED COLE, JR. - - - - - Tutwiler 

PiKA 
DUBARD, JACK M. ------ - Grenada 

PiKA 
DURRETTE, LEROY -------- Jackson 

EDGAR, VERA BERNICE ----- Vaughan 

Vikings 
EPPERSON, EDWARD ROY - - - - Caledonia 

Norsemen 
EVANS, MARY ANN ------- Jackson 

EVANS, PEGGY FRANCES ----- Shubuta 

BSO 
FARLOW, MINNIE L. ------- Jackson 

Chi 
FEWELL, VERNON ------- Pascagoula 

LXA 

FOY, SYBIL B. -------- - Jackson 

BSO 

FRAZIER, ALLIE M. -------- - Shaw 

PiKA 

FREILER, CARLENE ------ Hazlehurst 

Chi O 

FREUDENBERG, GLORIA E. - - - - Greenville 
Chi O 

GARDNER, OUIDA FAYE ----- Jackson 
KD 

Some call it spaghetti! 




Forty-One 



Geddie 

Gibson 

Gilliland 

Glorioso 

Goodin 

Gossard 

Grantham 

Gulledge 

Hardin 

Harper 

Harrell 

Head 



Hetrick 

Hight 

Hobbs 

Hodges 

Howell 

Hudson, R. 



Hudson, Y. 

Huggins 

Hughes 

Hulen 

Hunt 

Jones 



Keel 

Kelly 

Khayat 

Kurts 

Kux 

Lansing 

Laseter 
Lewis 
Linn 
Little, J. 
Little, R. 
McCarter 



McGrath 

McLellan 

Mangum 

Mathis 

May 

Messer 

Michel 
Mills 
Millsaps 
Mitchell 
Moore, J. 
Moore, M. E. 
Forty-Two 






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GEDDIE, ROBERT S. ------ - Jackson 

GIBSON, ROBERT M. ------ - Guntown 

GILLILAND, JOHN CAMPBELL - - - Jackson 

KA 
GLORIOSO, SAMMIE JOE - - - - - Itta Bena 

KS 
GOODIN, WAYNE C. ------ - Guntown 

LXA 
GOSSARD, EDGAR A. ------ - Meridian 

GRANTHAM, MARY ALBERTA - - - - Jackson 

BSO 
GULLEDGE, HARRY E. ----- - Jackson 

PiKA 
HARDIN, JAMES E. ------ - Jackson 

PiKA 
HARPER, ROBERT L. ------ - Jackson 

LXA 
HARRELL, RUTH IMOGENE - - - Silver City 

BSO 
HEAD, SIDNEY A. ------ - Columbia 

PiKA 
HETRICK, BYRON THOMAS ----- Jackson 

Norsemen 
HIGHT, M. LOUISE ----- Pine Bluff, Ark. 

Vikings 
HOBBS, JOE W. -------- - Jackson 

PiKA 
HODGES, LOUIS W. ------- - Eupora 

HOWELL, JOHN M. ------- - Forest 

PiKA 
HUDSON, RUTH -------- Florence 

HUDSON, YERGER -------- Jackson 

Norsemen 
HUGGINS, JO ANNE ------ Waynesboro 

BSO 
HUGHES, PEGGY LOUISE ----- Brookhaven 

Vikings 
HULEN, ELIZABETH M. ----- Hazlehurst 

Chi O 
HUNT, ROBERT LEE ------ - Jackson 

JONES, GEORGE K. - - - - - Nashville, Tenn. 

KS 
KEEL, DAN T., JR. ------ - Florence 

PiKA 
KELLY, ROBERT C, JR. ----- - Jackson 

PiKA 
KHAYAT, EDNA RUTH ----- Moss Point 

KD 
KURTS, EVAN JAMES ------- Jackson 

KUX, JO ANN -------- Jackson 

BSO 

LANSING, JANELLA -------- McComb 

KD 

LASETER, CHARLES ------- Morton 



LEWIS, TOM, Ml ------ - Vicksburg 

PiKA 
LINN, SARA NELL -------- Tupelo 

KD 
LITTLE, JOHN B. -------- - Jackson 

LITTLE, RODNEY, R. ------ - Jackson 

PiKA 
McCARTER, REMUS L. ----- - Eupora 

McGRATH, M. LYNN ------- Canton 

KD 
McLELLAN, HUGH C. ------ - Durant 

LXA 
MANGUM, FRANK B. ----- - Natchez 

KA 
MATHIS, CARY D., JR. - - - - Crystal Springs 

LXA 
MAY, FRANCES -------- Jackson 

Chi O 
MESSER, WILLIAM B. - - - - - Crystal Springs 

LXA 
MICHEL, MARGARET O. ----- - Jackson 

Chi O 
MILLS, HENRY P., JR. - - - - - - - Jackson 

KA 
MILLSAPS, ELEANOR I. ----- West Point 

BSO 
MITCHELL, JOHN H. ------ - Jackson 

PiKA 
MOORE, JOHN W. ------ - Hattiesburg 

PiKA 
MOORE, MARY ELINOR ------ Morton 

Phi Mu 

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Forty-Three 



O'Neil 
O'Neal 
Norton, N. 
Norton, B. 
Nash 
Myers, R. 



Myers, B. 

Morgan 

Moore 

Page 

Parker 

Pridgen 



Puckett 

Punshon 

Rees 

Richardson 

Root 

Russell 



Sanders 
Sebren 
Simpson 
Smith, B. A. 
Smith, B. F. 
Smith, F. D. 



Sparks 

Stanton 

Stigler 

Stricklin 

Sugg 

Suthoff 



Sykes 
Taylor 
Tuniks 
Turner, A. 
Turner, I. 
Vaughan 



Wade 
Walker 
Wallace 
Wasson, L. 
Wasson, S. 
Weaver 



Wells 

Weston 

White 

Wignall 

Wilkinson 

Williams 



Wilson 
Woodard 
Woods 
Wykert 

Forty-Four 




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MOORE, WILLIAM M. ----- - Jackson 

KA 
MORGAN, JESSIE WYNN ----- Newton 

Phi Mu 
MYERS, BARBARA L. ----- - Greenwood 

KD 
MYERS, ROBERT S. ------- - Jackson 

PiKA 
NASH, FRANKLIN A. ------ Greenville 

LXA 
NORTON, BETTY JO ------ - Hazlehurst 

Chi O 
NORTON, NORMA LANE ------ Lorman 

O'NEAL, COLA CATHERINE ------ Laurel 

KD 
O'NEIL, ARTHUR M., JR. ----- - Jackson 

PAGE, LESLIE JOE - - - - -.- - - - Grenada 

PiKA 
PARKER, THOMAS E. ------ - McComb 

KA 
PRIDGEN, BOBBIE J. ------- Jackson 

BSO 
PUCKETT, ODEAN W. ----- - Jackson 

PiKA 
PUNSHON, MYRENE CAROL - - - Orlando, Fla. 

BSO 
REES, MYRNA LACY -------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 
RICHARDSON, DONALD E. ----- - Jackson 

ROOT, MARIAN FRANCES ------ Jackson 

BSO 
RUSSELL, BETTYE JEAN ----- Monticello 

Vikings 
SANDERS, MARJORIE J. - - - - - Water Valley 

SEBREN, CLARENCE P. ----- - Florence 

LXA 
SIMPSON, RACHEL ANN ----- Greenville 

Chi O 
SMITH, BARBARA ALICE ------ Jackson 

Chi O 
SMITH, BETTYE F. ------- - Jackson 

BSO 
SMITH, FRED DAY -------- McComb 

KA 
SPARKS, GENE --------- Hillsboro 

STANTON, JOANNE L. ------ - Jackson 

BSO 
STIGLER, JUNE MERIDITH ------ Drew 

KD 
STRICKLIN, JAMES A. - - - - - Yazoo City 

SUGG, MAUDE L. ------- - Jackson 

Chi O 
SUTHOFF, PEGGY JEAN ----- Moss Point 

KD 
SYKES, WILLIAM G., Ill ----- - Jackson 

PiKA 
TAYLOR, MARIE V. -------- Noxapater 

Vikings 
TUNIKS, GALINA ------ Memphis, Tenn. 

Vikings 



TURNER, ELIZABETH ANNE - - - - Greenwood 

KD 
TURNER, IRBY, JR. ------ - Belzoni 

KA 
VAUGHAN, MARY FEATHERSTUN - - - Jackson 

KD 
WADE, FRANK C. ------- - Jackson 

WALKER, BARBARA ANN ------ Jackson 

BSO 
WALLACE, WILLIAM PHIL ----- Braxton 

WASSON, LYNDA ZACK ----- Kosciusko 

WASSON, SARA JANE ------ West Point 

BSO 
WEAVER, NANETTE ------ Ackerman 

KD 
WELLS, M. LONETTA ------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 
WESTON, MARY MARGARET ----- Jackson 

Phi Mu 
WHITE, MORRIS E. -------- Greenwood 

WIGNALL, JOAN AMY ------ Jackson 

Phi Mu 
WILKINSON, GENE A. ----- - Jackson 

LXA 
WILLIAMS, FRED H. ----- - Vicksburg 

PiKA 
WILSON, DOROTHY J. ------ - Richton 

Vikings 
WOODARD, ROBERT THOMAS - - - Greenville 

PiKA 
WOODS, TOMMY A. ------ - Greenwood 

KS 
WYKERT, BARBARA D. ----- - Jackson 

Phi Mu 



Aw, go on and cry 




Forty-Five 



THE FRESHMAN CLASS 



ALFORD, KATHRYN MARIE - - - - Hazlehurst 

KD 
ALLEN, JULIA MAE -------- Quitman 

Vikings 
BABBIT, ADELAIDE DUNBAR ----- Natchez 

Phi Mu 
BARBER, LOIS C. ------- - Gulfport 

Vikings 
BARKESDALE, RICHARD FULTON - - Madison 
BEAN, BEVERLY LEA ------ - Grenada 

Phi Mu 
BERNHARD, SARAH GRAY - - - - Greenwood 

KD 
BILLUPS, BEVERLY LOUISE ----- Jackson 

KD 
BLACK, ANN CLARICE ------- Drew 

Phi Mu 
BLUMER, FRED E. ------- - Escatawpa 

KA 
BONNER, MARY JOYCE ------ Jackson 

Chi O 
BOOTH, JOSEPHINE W. ------- Drew 

KD 
BOWERS, NATHAN C. ------ - Jackson 

Norsemen 
BRASWELL, DANIEL THOMAS - - - Jackson 

PiKA 
BROADWATER, JOHN R. - - - - Crystal Springs 

KS 
BUCKLEY, ROSEMARY ------ Pachuta 

Phi Mu 
BUSKIRK, JAMES B. ------ - Nettleton 




BUTTS, ROBERT Y. ------- - Winona 

BUZARDE, LAVERNE E. ----- - Greenwood 

KS 
CAMPBELL, CHARLES W. ----- - West 

KS 
CARTER, ANN MARIE ------- Jackson 

Chi O 
CARTER, HARRY W. ------ - Jackson 

KA 
CHEEK, HOWARD B. ------- - Grenada 

KA 
COOPER, JOHN E. ------ - Starkville 

KA 
COOPER, KATHRYN L. ----- - Crenshaw 

DAVIDSON, BOBBIE JEAN ----- Greenville 

KD 
DAVIS, HELEN ELIZABETH ------ Utica 

Vikings 
DENNIS.. SARAH E. ------- - Morton 

Vikings 
DUNBAR, JACK F. ------- - Indianola 

PiKA 
DUNCAN, KATHRYN LOUISE - - - - Louisville 

BSO 
ELLARD, RUTH CLAIRE ------ Durant 

ELLIOT, JAMES C. ------- - Jackson 

KA 
EMERSON, KATHERINE MAY - - - - Jackson 

EPPINETTE, LAWRENCE VERNON - - - Natchez 

LXA 
FALKNER, PEGGYE JO ----- - Germania 

Phi Mu 
FENTON, JOHN YOUNG - - - - Rolling Fork 

KS 
FERRIS, A. W. --------- Jackson 

KA 
FORD, DOROTHY DEE ------ - Magnolia 

KD 
GAINEY, MARY GENE ------ Jackson 

Chi O 
GLENN, GLENDA -------- Corinth 

Chi O 
GRAVES, ANN RILEY ------- Corinth 

Chi O 
GRAY, BETTY SUE ------- - Myrtle 

GULLETTE, LOIS M. ------- - Jackson 

Vikings 
GULLY, VIRGIL, SAMUEL ----- Marion, La. 

PiKA 
HAINING, JANIE SUE ----- Yazoo City 

Phi Mu 
HANCOCK, MARIANN ------ Indianola 

Phi Mu 
HAND, CAROLYN ANNE ------ Jackson 

Chi O 
HANEY, BESSIE MAE ------- Jackson 

Vikings 



Forty-Six 




Alford 

Allen 

Babbit 

Barber 

Barkesdale 

Bean 

Bernhard 

Billups 

Black 

Blumer 

Bonner 

Booth 



Bowers 

Braswell 

Broadwater 

Buckley 

Buskirk 

Butts 



Buzarde 
Campbell 
Carter, A. 
Carter, H. 
Cheek 
Cooper, J. 



Cooper, K. 

Davidson 

Davis 

Dennis 

Dunbar 

Duncan 



Ellard 

Elliot 

Emerson 

Eppinette 

Falkner 

Fenton 



Ferris 

Ford 

Gainey 

Glenn 

Graves 

Gray 

Gullette 

Gully 

Haining 

Hancock 

Hand 

Haney 

Forty-Seven 



THE rCESHMAN CLASS . 



HANKINS, FRANCES GAY ----- Grenada 

Phi Mu 
HARRIS, DAVID A. ------ - Jackson 

LXA 
HARTNESS, GLORIA YVONNE - - - Kosciusko 

KD 
HAWKINS, PRENTISS HARRY - - - - Canton 

HEWITT, K. VIRGINIA ------ Jackson 

Chi O 
HICKS, FRANCES ELIZABETH - - - - Benton 

KD 
HILL, JAMES ALBERT ------ Louisville 

HILL, REX BERLAN ------- Glen Allen 

HILTON, JERRY M. ------- - Star 

HOLLIS, LILLIAN MARIE ----- Brookhaven 

BSO 
HOLMES, EUGENE C. ----- - Kosciusko 

LXA 
HONEYCUTT, LAURA ANNE ----- Grenada 

Phi Mu 
HOWELL, JOHN R. ------- - Durant 

KA 
HUGHES, JO GLYNN ------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 
HUMPHREY, ALICE W. ------- Jackson 

KD 
HUNT, GEORGE LOUIS ------ Vicksburg 

PiKA 
HUSBANDS, MARY ELIZABETH - - - - Jackson 

BSO 
IRBY, JAMES W. ------- - Jackson 

KS 

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JONES, EDWIN H. ------ Lewisburg, Tenn. 

PiKA 
KING, RUBYE JOYCE ------- Onward 

Vikings 
KING, KATHERINE ------- Gulfport 

Vikings 
LEWIS, SARAH, L. ------- - Flora 

Phi Mu 
LONG, JAMES E. ------- - Hazlehurst 

KA 
LOTT, JOHN B. ------- - Columbus 

PiKA 
McCULLAR, LINDA LOU ------ Durant 

Chi O 
McELROY, MARY ANN ------ Lauderdale 

Vikings 
MclNVALE, DOROTHY ANNE ----- Laurel 

KD 
McKEE, WANDA ALICE ------ Jackson 

Chi 
MALVANEY, ERROL D. ----- - Columbia 

KA 
MARTIN, ROBERT E. ------ - Jackson 

MAYER, WAYNE A. - - - - Minneapolis, Minn. 

MINCEY, JAMES ERNEST ----- Jackson 

KA 
MUSSELWHITE, ISSAC C. ----- - West 

KS 
NABORS, LEONARD LESLIE ----- Tutwiler 

NALL, MARTHA JO ------- - Jackson 

KD 
NEWELL, NORMA -------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 
NORRIS, CLARA FRANCES - - - - West Point 

BSO 
OPPERMAN, DONALD R. - New Hyde Park, N. Y. 

LXA 
OSBORN, MARJORIE ANN - - - - Greenwood 

KD 

PARKER, ROY A. - - - Jackson 

Norsemen 
PARKS, WILLIAM S. ------ - Greenwood 

KA 
PATTON, SARA VIRGINIA ------ Jackson 

Chi O 
PEACOCK, FRANCES JO - - - - Kosciusko 

KD 
PENDERGRAFT, AMELIA ANN - - - Vicksburg 
PHILLIPS, MARY HELEN ------ Flora 

BSO 
PLUMMER, MARGARET ANNE - Birmingham, Ala. 

BSO 
POLK, HOWELL D. ------- - Corinth 

KS 
POPE, ANNA CAROLYN ----- Columbia 

KD 



Forty-Eight 














Hankins 

Harris 

Hartness 

Hawkins 

Hewitt 

Hicks 

Hill, J. 

Hill, R. 

Hilton 

Hollis 

Holmes 

Honeycutt 



Howell 

Hughes 

Humphrey 

Hunt 

Husbands 

Irby 



Jones 
King, J. 
King, K. 
Lewis 
Long 
Lott 



McCullar 

McElroy 

Mclnvale 

McKee 

Malvaney 

Martin 



Mayer 

Mincy 

Musselwhite 

Nabors 

Nail 

Newell 



Norn's 

Opperman 

Osborn 

Parker 

Parks 

Patton 

Peacock 

Pendergraft 

Phillips 

Plummer 

Polk 

Pope 

Fortv-Nine 



THE rEESHMAN CLASS 



POWELL, BETTYE JO ----- - New Albany 

Chi 

PRICE, EDWIN AUBREY ------- Jayess 

Norsemen 

PRICE, ROY B. -------- - Madison 

KS 

PUJOL, JACKIE LEE ------- - Jackson 

KA 

RAMSEY, ZOE ------- Shreveport, La. 

BSO 

RANDLE, EUGENE E. ------ - Guntown 

REED, BLANCHE LOUISE ----- Jackson 
KD 

REESE, HARRY H. ------- - Jackson 

RENEGAR, DOROTHY LEE - - - - - Jackson 

RIDGEWAY, MARGARET CECILIA - - - Jackson 
KD 

ROBINSON, LUCY ANN ----- New Albany 

ROGERS, VIRGINIA ------ Greenwood 

SANDFORD, SYLVIA 0. - - - - - Philadelphia 
KD 

SCHIMPF, JAMES W. ------ - Jackson 

PiKA 

SELBY, MARTHA ANN ----- Charleston 
BSO 

SHARPE, ELIZABETH J. - - - - - Indianola 




SHELTON, FREDDA L. ----- - Jackson 

Chi O 

SHIELDS, MARY ALICE ------ Tchula 

BSO 

SISTRUNK, BILLY F. ------ - Jackson 

KA 

SMITH, BETTY JO ------ - Kosciusko 

KD 

SMITH, BOBBY J. ------- - Liberty 

Norsemen 

SMITH, HOWARD L. ------ - Jackson 

STENNIS, BETTY GENE ------- Macon 

Vikings 

STOKES, BARBARA E. ----- - Greenwood 

STRIBLING, GERALD C. ----- - Jackson 

STRICKLIN, LEE A., JR. ----- Yazoo City 
KS 

STUBBLEFIELD, SANDRA S. - - - - Greenville 
KD 

STURDIVANT, EDWIN C. - - - - - Jackson 
LXA 

STURDIVANT, D. WAYNE ----- Columbia 
KA 

VAUGHAN, NELL MARIE ----- Carthage 
BSO 

WALLACE, IVEY HURD ------ Jackson 

KD 

WALLACE, ALICE JOY ------ Batesville 

Phi Mu 

WALTERS, RICHARD PAUL - - - - Greenville 
KA 

WASSON, SARA IMOGENE ------ Ethel 

WASSON, WARREN R. ----- . Fulton 

WHITAM, FREDRICK L. ----- - Natchez 

Norsemen 

WHITEHOUSE, FREDERICK E. - - - - Columbia 
PiKA 

WICKER, ELIZABETH CAROLYN - - - Forest 
Phi Mu 

WILLIAMS, JAMES LLOYD ----- McComb 
KA 

WISEMAN, DOROTHY L. - - - - - Greenville 

Phi Mu 

WOODS, GLORIA ANN ----- Noxapater 

WRIGHT, WILLIAM EUGENE - - - - Tunica 
LXA 



Fifty 




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Randle 





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Reed 

Reese 

Renegar 

Ridgeway 

Robinson 

Rogers 



Sandford 

Schimpf 

Selby 

Sharp 

Shelton 

Shields 



Sistrunk 
Smith, Betty 
Smith, Bobby 
Smith, H. 
Stennis 
Stokes 



Stribling 
Stricklin 
Stubblefield 
Sturdivant, D. 
Sturdivant, E. 



Wallace, I. 
Wallace, J. 
Walters 
Wasson, S. 
Wasson, W. 
Whitam 



Whitehouse 

Wicker 

Williams 

Wiseman 

Woods 

Wright 



Fifty-One 



SENIORS 

ARRINGTON, THOMAS H. ----- - Jackson 

CONERLY, JAMES B. ------- - Jackson 

CONEY, MALCOLM, JR. ------ Magnolia 

CRISLER, ROBERT M., JR. - - - - - - Jackson 

EATON, ROY H. ------- - Yazoo City 

GORDAY, ROBERT EARL ------- Jackson 

GORE, ALBERT N., JR. ------ - Mathiston 

HATHORN, ROBERT L. ------ - Jackson 

HUSBAND, ERNEST R. ------- - Jackson 

JEFFREYS, RODNEY W. ------- Jackson 

MAYERHOFF, NEITA L. ------ - Jackson 

MILLER, EDWIN O. ------- - Jackson 

MILLER, FRED E. -------- - Jackson 

MURDOCK, WILLIAM H. ----- - Greenwood 

PAYMENT, PHILLIP H. ------- Jackson 

PIRIE, GEORGE C ------- Salisbury, Md. 

REES, HELEN LAURA -------- Jackson 

ROELL, PAUL A. -------- - Jackson 

YELVERTON, EUGENE J. ----- - Jackson 



JUNIORS 

ADAMS, BETTY ANN ------- Shelby 

BAKER, HUGH R. ------- - Jackson 

BOLTON, CHESTER ------- Mobile, Ala. 

BUSH, NORVILLE R. ------ - Jackson 

CAFFEY, TAYLOR D. ------ - Duck Hill 

COLLINS, JOHN L. --------- Jackson 

COSTAS, PETER J. ------- - Jackson 

CRABB, JOHN D. ------- - Earle, Ark. 

DANIEL, HUNTER B. ------- Jackson 

DENT, WILLIAM F. ------- - Jackson 

DERRICK, MARY ANN ------- Jackson 

FLOWERS, RICHARD HAROLD - - - - Greenwood 

GAMBLE, BERT --------- Jackson 

GOSS, WILLIAM E. ------- - 

HASSELLE, EDWARD THOMAS - - - - Meridian 

JOHNSON. STEELE L. -------- Jackson 

JOHNSTON. LONNIE B. ------- Itta Bena 

KASEOTE, ANDREA M. ------ Kosciusko 

LANGDON. JAMES G. ------ - Greenwood 

LeSIEUR, CHARLES F. ------ - Jackson 

LEWIS, WILLIAM R. ------ - Brookhaven 

LOPER, WILLIAM, JR. ------ - Jackson 

McBRIDE, HOWELL J. ------- - Jackson 

McFARLAND, DAVID -------- Bolton 

MOORE, STEVEN L. ------- - Indianola 

PIERCE, HAZEL JACQUELINE ------ Jackson 

REED, JESSE O., JR. ------- - Jackson 

RICHTER, ROBERT L. ------ - Greenwood 

RUSS, LAURENCE S., JR. - - - - - Gulfport 

SCOTT, OLIVER H., JR. - - - - - Long Beach 

TREXLER, MARGARET P. ----- - Jackson 

VIOLETTE, MARILYN WHEELDON - - - Jackson 
WAHL, JOSEPH J. ------- Crystal Springs 

WHITMORE, WILLIAM V. ----- - Jackson 

YOUNG, CLARENCE N. - - Benoit 



SOPHOMORES 

ARCENEAUX, DAVID A. ------ Sulphur, La. 

BAKER, CHARLES W. ------- Jackson 

BARTLE, THOMAS S. ------- - 

BARTON, WILLIAM D. ----- - Jackson 

CALLAHAN, JAMES A. ----- - Madison 

DAVIS, LOIS R. -------- - Jackson 

DIX, E. KEITH -------- Spokane, Wash. 

GOBER, WILLIAM THOMAS ------ Terry 

HARRISON, WILLIAM EUGENE ----- Corinth 

JACKSON, HAROLD L. ----- Lake Cormorant 

KALIL, EMILE T.„ JR. ------- - McComb 

MARS, GRETCHEN, ------- Philadelphia 

MOORE, HARVEY J. ------- Long Beach 

MOORE, JAMES P. -------- - Jackson 

NAPIER, NANCY -------- Aberdeen 

PHILLIPS, GEORGE -------- Braxton 

PIPKIN, NEIL --------- Jackson 

SHORT, LOUIE C. ------- - Jackson 

TUCKER, LESLIE R. ------ - Holly Springs 

VEST, JERRY E. ------ - Jeffersonville, Ind. 

WARWICK, WILLIAM W. ----- - Jackson 

WAYNE, ROBERT L. ------- - Jackson 

WHITE, MARTIN F. ------- - Woodville 

WILSON, THOMAS E. ------ - Jackson 

YOUNG, JOSEPH E. -------- - Corinth 

FRESHMEN 

BANAHAN, BENJAMIN F. ------ Jackson 

BELL, WILEY --------- Jackson 

BOLER, ABBIE LOUISE ------- Canton 

BRADSHAW, CARLTON D. ----- - Jackson 

BURNETT, JAMES P. ------ - Raleigh 

BUSH. JOSEPH R. ------- - Yazoo City 

CHANDLER, LAWRENCE ----- Calhoun City 

CLEMENT, MALCOLM S. ----- - Pontotoc 

COOK. LESTER --------- Natctez 

EDDLEMAN, JOHN LOUIS - - - - Arlington, Va. 

EDMONDSON, JAVIS THET ------ Jackson 

ESKRIDGE, JERRY J. ----- - Holly Springs 

GANDY, LUCY TOY -------- Jackson 

GRANTHAM, GEORGE WILLIAM - - - - Terry 

HARPER, JAMES DAVIS ------- Jackson 

HOLLER, CAROLYN ANN ------ Jackson 

HOWARD, JOHN D. ------- - Brandon 

JAMES, JAMES L. -------- - Handsboro 

JENKINS. GLENN H. ----- - Midland, N. C. 

LAMBERT, MONTIE C, JR. ------ - Como 

McCLEAVE, BILLY R. ------- - Jackson 

PATRICK, JEANNE --------- Jackson 

PEARSON, BETTY BRAND ------ Clarksdale 

POYTHRESS, DAVID F. ------- - Laurel 

PRYOR, DAVID E. ------ - Calhoun City 

RAY. WILLIAM T. -------- - Jackson 

RIGGS. ROY E. -------- - Jackson 

STANLEY. AGNES W. ------ - Madison 

TERRY, MARGARET P. ------ - Jackson 

WILSON, JOHN DAVID ------- Columbia 



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Seated: Shields, Trapp, Canode, Dyess, Collins, Cavett, Allen, Lewis, Harrell, Rushing, Blunt, Horton, 

Hetrick, Carpenter 
Standing: Balius, Johnston, Kimbrough, Smith, Bowers, Holland 



[II EXECUTIVE BOOn 



OFFICERS 

President ------------- T. W. LEWIS 

Vice-President ---------- JIMMY ALLEN 

Secretary-Treasurer - - - - - NORMA HARRELL 



MEMBERS: 

Mary Ann Babbington 
Dave Balius 
Bob Blount 
John Bowers 
Charles Boyles 
Thelma Ann Canode 
Mim Carpenter 
Van Cavett 



Eddie Collins 
Sara Nell Dyess 
Thomas Hetrick 
Bill Holland 
Sue Horton 
Lonnie Johnston 
George Jones 



Barry Kimbrough 
Billy Miller 
Anne Roberts 
Don Rushing 
Jeanne Shields 
Shelia Trapp 
Harmon L. Smith 



SEB is the functioning organ of student government made up of representa- 
tives from student organizations. It says who gets has much and when. Besides the 
budget its activities include any problem relating to the student body as a whole. This 
year the pet project was reorganization of the activities calendar. 



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President - - - - - SUE HORTON 

Vice-President -------- ELIZABETH LESTER 

Secretary-Treasurer ------- OUIDA ELDRIDCE 



MEMBERS: 

Norma Harrell 
Mary Ann O'Neil 
Josephine Lampton 
Bernice Edgar 
Anne Roberts 
Jo Ann Cooper 



Mary Ann Babbington 
Beulah Abel 
Annie Dunn 
Martha Hale Kittrell 
Mrs. Sally Massy 
Mrs. Hattie Cooper 



Mrs. Mary B. Stone 
FACULTY ADVISORS: 
Mrs. Armanci Coullet 
Mrs. J. B. Holloway 
Mrs. W. F. Goodman 
Miss Frances DeCelle 



The Women's Council is the co-ed grievance board. Composed of a repre- 
sentative from each sorority, one from the YW and one from the Majorette Club, it 
makes and enforces rules of conduct for Millsaps girls. 



Seated — Lester, Small, Horton, Roberts, Standing — O'Neill, Edgar, Eldridge, Lampton, Harrell 






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The PURPLE AND WHITE continued 
along its merry way despite the withdrawal 
from school of Editor Less Burtt and despite 
his successor, Van Cavett. Several vigorous 
campaigns along various topics highlighted 
the year, but, still, the local tabloid has 
served nobly and well. 



VAN CAVETT 



ROW 1 : Rees, Johnson, Parrish, Roseberry, Kelly, Barnett. 

ROW 2: Hicks, Brown, Crisler, J. A. Cooper, Suggs, Simpson, Duncan, Harrell. 
ROW 3: Smith, Batson, Wallace, Goodwin, Turner, Myers, Bratton, Sanders, Bernhart. 
ROW 4: Moore, C. Smith, Weems, Eppinette, Gaby, Ewing, Norton, Hulen, Freiler, Wilkinson, Man- 
gum, J. Cooper, Harris, Cavett. 




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PS COLLEGE WEEK 

FOUNDED BY THE JUNIOR CLASS OF 1909 

Published every Friday during the school year, except during examination and holiday 

periods, by the Student Body of Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi. Editorial and 

Business offices located in the Christian Center. Telephone 2-5382. 

Advertising Rates Upon Request 



Subscription SI. 00 per semester 



1951 Montw t9 . 2 

Associated CoOeSiale Press 



VAN C AVETT _ - _ Editor 

SONNYE SMITH Business Manager 

FRANCES JOHNSON...._ .Managing Editor 

MAUDE SUGG News Editor 

BARBARA MYERS Feature Editor 

PEGGY PARRISH Society Editor 

NONA EWING Religious Editor 

JOHN SANDEFUR Circulation Manager 



News Writers: Bob Blount, Harriet Crisler, John Moore. Claude 
Smith. Evelyn Hawkins, Lamar Weems, Ouida Eldridge, Martha 
Ann Selby, Ann Osborne, Dunbar Babbitt, Jimmy Schimpf. James 
Hardin, David Harris, Gene Wilkinson, Eugene Holmes. 

Feature Writers: JoAnn Bratton, Sally Ann Batson, JoAnn Cooper, 
Rachel Simpson, Meredith Stigler, Sara Nell Linn, Margaret Wes- 
ton, Glenna Goodwin, Kathryn Duncan, Peggy Hughes, Amelia 
Pendergraft, Gloria Hartness. 

Society Writers: Barbara Roseberry. Ann Turner. Virginia Kelly, 
Lacy Rees, Cecile Brown, Gene Harrell, Doris Barnett. 

Sports Writers: Bobby Joe Black, Frank Mangum, Kim Smith, Sonny 
Buzzarde, Don Opperman. 

Photographer: Ewin Gaby. 



HARMON LEE SMITH 



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Editor ----- WILLIAM H. HOLLAND 



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STAFF 

Assistant Editor - ----- Johnnie Webb 

Layout and Makeup Editor - - John Moore 

Boy's Sports Editor ----- Robert Richter 

Girl's Sports Editor - Mim Carpenter 

Organizations Editor - Anne Turner 

Feature Editor ------ Virginia Edge 

Art Editor ------- Leslie Joe Page 

Senior Class Editors - p eggy Parrish 

Sam Darby 
Junior Class Editor ----- Kim Smith 

Sophomore Class Editor - Minnie Farlow 

Freshman Class Editors - - Vernon Eppinette 

Ann Mclnvale 
Photographers - - - Ralph Hutto, Ewin Gaby 

R. L. McCarter 
Typists - - - Annabelle Crisler, Frances Root 
Barbara Walker 



ROW I: Parrish, Suggs, Wallace, Holland, Sudoff, McGee, Farlow, Simpson. 
ROW 2: Apthias, Carter, Hand, Mclnvale, Lansing, Turner, Cooper, Ford, Orsburn. 
ROW 3: Richter, O'Neil, Goodwin, Howell, Edge, Webb, Carpenter, Eppinette. 




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BUSINESS STAFF 



Assistant Business Mangers 

Tommy Hetrick 
A. W. Ferris 
Roy Epperson 
George Jones 
Gene Wilkinson 
Barbara Roseberry 



John Sandefur 
Henry Mills 




Business Manager 



- JIMMY ALLEN 



SEATED — Shelton, McKee, Mincy. STANDING — Mills, Allen 





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ROW 1: McGee, Goodwin, Sharp, Costigan, Suthoff, Plummer, 0' Neil, Weaver. ROW 2: Khayat, Ewing, 
Leep, Howell, Allen, Stanton, Lampton, Walker. ROW 3: Duncan, Linn, Trapp, Wilson, Carpenter, Vaughn, 
B. W. Smith. Baria. ROW 4: Mabrey, Lester Hancock, Pridgen, Nail, Giffin, Hight, Hill. ROW 5: Brindley, 
Puckett, Blount, Fenton, Blakeney, Malvaney, Bowers. ROW 6: Hodges, Nabors, Balius, Cooper, Mills, 
Blumer, Polk. ROW 7: Hester, Walters, Moore, Benson, H. Smith, Miller, Gilliland, Ryan. 



FIRST SOPRANO: 

Mona Ree Canode 
Kathryn Duncan 
Nona Ewing 
Glenna Goodwin 
Mariann Hancock 
Lillian Hollis 
Edna Khayat 
Sara Nell Linn 
Tan McGee 
Jo Nail 

Virginia Patton 
Jeanne Patrick 
Cecilia Ridgeway 
Margaret Weaver 
Libby Wicker 
Dot Wiseman 
Mary Vaughn 

SECOND SOPRANO: 

Sarah Bernhard 
Joyce Bonner 
Rosemary Buckley 
Mim Carpenter 
Virginia Cavett 



Emily Costigan 
Elaine Ellard 
Riley Graves 
Nan Howell 
Elizabeth Lester 
Mary Belle Mabry 
Elinor Moore 
Jessie Wynn Morgan 
Betty Jo Powell 
Jeanenne Pridgen 
Myrene Punshon 
Bettye Russell 
Jeneanne Sharpe 
Barbara Stokes 
Sandra Stubblefield 
Nell Marie Vaughn 
Joan Wilson 

FIRST ALTO: 

Laura Ceil Allen 
Carolyn Baria 
Magdalene Cunningham 
Helen Davis 
Betty Sue Gray 
Louise Hight 
Jo Glyn Hughes 



Peggy Hughes 

Marion Kazar 

Mary Lou McGee 

Lynn McGrath 

Norma Newell 

Margaret Anne Plummer 

Virginia Rogers 

Bettye W. Smith 

Joanne Stanton 

Maude Sugg 

Peggy Suthoff 

Joy Wallace 

Gloria Woods 

Virginia Peebles 

SECOND ALTO: 

Clarice Black 

Beverly Bean 

Bobbie Jean Davidson 

Betty Giffin 

Roane Hill 

Josie Lampton 

Pat Leep 

Ruth Lowery 

Frances May 

Linda Lou McCullar 



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the genius touch of "Pop" King. 



OFFICERS 
President - - - - HARMON L. SMITH 

Vice-President - - JOE FRANK BLAKENEY 
Secretary - - - - JOSEPHINE LAMPTON 

Reporter ------- NONAEWINC 

Business Manager - - - - BILLY MILLER 



Alice McKee 
Eunice Middleton 
Mary Ann O'Neil 
Betty Pearson 
Betty Small 
Barbara Walker 
Nanette Weaver 

FIRST TENOR: 

Nathan Bowers 
Homer Hinton 
Jimmy Kurts 
Gilbert Langdon 
Eroll Maheney 
Billy Miller 
Sonnye Smith 
Gene Sparks 
Freeman Watson 

SECOND TENOR: 

Fred Blumer 
James Buskirk 
Campbell Gilliland 
Lawrence Chandler 
Ewin Gaby 



Byrant Home 
John M. Howell 
Yeager Hudson 
George Jones 
Henry Mills 
George Phillips 
Howell Polk 
David Pryor 
Wayne Sturdivant 
Paul Walters 
Harry Reese 

FIRST BASS: 

Jimmy Allen 
David Balius 
Joe Frank Blakeney 
Charles Boyles 
James Burnett 
Tommy Braswell 
Barry Brindley 
David Colbert 
A. W. Ferris 
Sidney Head 
Louis Hodges 
Johnny Howell 
Robert Hunt 



John Moore 
David Powell 
Odean Puckett 
Roy Price 
John Sandefur 
Bobby Joe Smith 
Ed Sturdivant 
John David Wilson 
John Bowie 
John Fenton 
Lavelle Woodrick 
Sale Lilly 

SECOND BASS: 

Jimmy Benson 
Bob Blount 
Duncan Clark 
Stanley Clendinning 
Henry Clements 
Roger Hester 
Bobby Myers 
Leslie Nabors 
Arthur O'Neil 
George Reid 
Roy Ryan 
Cecil Williamson 



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OFFICERS 

President -------- DAVID BALIUS 

Vice-President - - - JOANNE STANTON 

Secretary ------- EMILY COST I CAN 

Drum Major ------ ODEAN PUCKETT 



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The Millsaps Band, tho' hampered by the lack of money and a practice period this 
year, has worked wonders under the guidance of its director, Mr. Arthur Colaianni. 
An orchid to Mr, Coley and his band. 



Jo Ann Kux 
Jimmy Schimpf 
Marie Turnage 
Bill Riecken 
Magruder Corban 
Ernest Workman 
Don Rushing 
Katherine Emerson 
Lavelle Woodrick 
Roger Waldrop 
Betty Stennis 



MEMBERS 

Annie Dunn 

John Moore 

Mary Frances McMurry 

Alice Whitfield Goodsell 

Betty Smith 

Roy Parker 

Leslie Joe Page 

Bobby Kelly 

Billy McCleave 

Harry Gulledge 

Nell Marie Vaughn 



Frances Watson 
Donald Richardson 
John Sandefur 
Mary Ann Babbington 
Fred Whitehouse 
Eleanor Millsaps 
Mona Ree Canode 
Bobby All red 
Tommy Woodard 
Paul Walters 






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Jessie Wynn Morgan 
Janella Lansing 
Edna Khayat 
Clair Norris 
Libby Wicker 




AJORETTES 



Cke CHEERLEADERS 




Joe Frank Blakeney 
Sid Head 
Virginia Peebles 
George Reid 
Nanette Weaver 
Lonetta Wells 



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EDITOR 

REMUS L. McCARTER 

BUSINESS MANAGERS 

ROY EPPERSON GENE WILKINSON 



CONTRIBUTORS 



Ouida Eldridge 
Robert Hunt 
Peggy Parrish 
Galina Tuniks 
Barbara Myers 
John Moore 
Edwin Sturdivant 
Vernon Fewell 
Mary Sue Smith 
Bob Ray 
Fred DeLong 



Frances Root 
Roy Parker 
Mary F. Vaughan 
Lee Stricklin 
James Irby 
Ann Carter 
Margaret Anne 

Plummer 
Margaret Weaver 
D. R. Opperman 
John Broadwater 




Editor 



REMUS L. McCARTER 



THE STYLUS, foster child of the English Department, is the culmination of many 
years of planning and hoping. Published twice yearly it contains prose and poetry from 
the pens of Millsaps litterati. 



FACULTY ADVISORS: Dr. M. C. White, Mrs. Marguerite Goodman, Miss Mildred Morehead, 
Prof. Paul D. Hardin, Mrs. Mary B. Stone. 



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Women's Pan-Hellenic keeps the sororities in line and makes for smoother rela- 
tions between female groups. They often work in conjunction with the male side on 
related problems. 



OFFICERS 

President - - - - THELMA ANN CANODE 

Vice-President - - - - VIRGINIA CAVETT 

Secretary -------- TAN McCEE 

Treasurer ------- VIRGINIA EDGE 





MEMBERS 


Ruth Lowery 


Peggy Parrish 


Virginia Peeples 


Mary Sue Smith 




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The Inter-Fraternity Council is the League of Nations of the fraternities; settle- 
ing disputes and creating good will between the groups. Besides compiling and en- 
forcing rush rules, the IFC joined with the distaff side in a study of a (censored) system 
for Millsaps. 

OFFICERS 

President ------- BILL HOLLAND 

Vice-President - - - JOE FRANK BLAKENEY 
Secretary-Treasurer - - - CURTIS CLAPHAM 



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Sid Head 


James Aldridge 


Van Cavett 


Charles Sommers 


E. B. Strain 





Sommers, Cavett, Strain, Holland, Clapham, Aldridge, Head, Blakeney 



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McDaniels succeeds Canode at Mid-term — Sigma Lambda takes Canode, 
Lampton, Parrish — Kelly is Queen of Pike Cotton Ball — Canode rules Pan- 
Hellenic — Shields, Dyess hold campus Presidency — Norris is majorette 

OFFICERS 

President ------- THELMA ANN CANODE 

Vice-President -------- EVELYN HAWKINS 

Recording Secretary - - - JEAN SHIELDS 

Corresponding Secretary - MARY ELIZABETH McDANIELS 
Treasurer -------- JOSEPHINE LAMPTON 

Pledge Trainer --------- PEGGY PARRISH 

ACTIVES 

Mona Ree Canode Joan Huggins Frances Root 

The!ma Ann Canode Virginia Kelly Barbara Roseberry 

Carolyn Collins Jo Ann Kux Jean Shields 

Sara Nell Dyess Josephine Lampton Betlye Smith 

Sybil Foy Mary Elizabeth McDaniels Marie Turnage 

Mary Grantham Mary Frances McMurry Barbara Walker 

Bettye Griffin Eleanor Millsaps Sara VVasson 

Imogene Harrell Peggy Parrish Alice Dale Whitfield Goodsell 

Evelyn Hawkins Myrene Punshon 

PLEDGES 

Doris Barnett Claire Norris Mary Alice Shields 

Kathenne Duncan Mary Helen Philips Jo Ann Stanton 

Peggy Evans Margaret Ann Plummer Nell Marie Vaughn 

Lillian Hoi I is Zoe Ramsey 

Bettye Husbands Martha Ann Selby 




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NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Missouri 
December 12, 1888 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 

September 1, 1926 

COLORS: Ruby and Pink 

FLOWERS: Richmond and 
Killarney Roses 

PUBLICATION: "The Urn' 






Ninety 



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M. Canode 
T. Canode 
Collins 
Duncan 



Evans 
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Grantham 
Griffin 



Harrell 

Hawkins 

Hollis 

Huggins 

Husbands 




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MU CHAPTER 



O'Neal takes over from Edge at Mid-year — Khayat, Sandford are Beauties — 
Weaver, Small, B. W. Smith named favorites — Weaver leads cheers — Edge, 
B. W. Smith in Sigma Lambda — Bratton heads YW — KD chorus line is 
campus hit — Bettye Smith selected for Who's Who — Lansing, Khayat are 
drum majorettes. 



OFFICERS 

President ----------- VIRGINIA EDGE 

Vice-President --------- BETTY SMALL 

Secretary ----------- POLLY WREN 

Treasurer ------- MARGUERITTE DENNY 



Sally Ann Batson 
Jo Ann Bratton 
Mabel Buckley 
Jo Anne Cooper 
Emily Costigan 
Margueritte Denny 
Virginia Edge 
Ouida Faye Gardner 
Glenna Goodwin 
Elizabeth Harris 



Marie Alford 

Sarah Bernhard 

Beverly Bill ups 

Jo Booth 

Bobbie Jean Davidson 

Dee Ford 

Gloria Hartness 



ACTIVES 

Nan Howell 
Edna Khayat 
Janella Lansing 
Annie Greer Leonard 
Sara Nell Linn 
Ruth Lowery Tohill 
Mary Lou McGee 
Barbara Myers 
Cola O'Neal 
Neely Sandford 

PLEDGES 

Frances Hicks 
Alice Humphrey 
Gretchen Mars 
Anne Mclnvale 
Jo Nail 
Ann Orsborn 
Frances Jo Peacock 



Betty Small 
Bettye W. Smith 
Meredith Stigler 
Peggy Suthoff 
Anne Turner 
Mary Vaughn 
Nanette Weaver 
Mary Nel! Williams 
Polly Wren 



Carolyn Pope 
Blanche Reed 
Cecelia Ridgway 
Sylvia Sanford 
Betty Jo Smith 
Sandra Stubblefield 
Ivy Wallace 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 

Virginia State Normal College 
October 23, 1897 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 

September 26, 1914 

COLORS: Green and White 

FLOWER: White Rose 

PUBLICATION: 

"Angelos of Kappa Delta" 



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Alford 

Batson 

Bernhard 

Billups 

Booth 

Bratton 

Buckley 

Cooper 

Costigan 

Davidson 

Denny 

Edge 



Ford 

Gardner 

Goodwin 

Harris 

Hartness 

Hicks 



Howell 

Humphrey 

Khayat 

Lansing 

Leonard 

Linn 



Lowery 

McGee 

Mclnvale 

Myers 

Nail 

O'Neal 



Orsburn 

Peacock 

Pope 

Reed 

Ridgeway 

N. Sandford 



S. Sandford 

Small 

B. J. Smith 

B. W. Smith 

Stigler 

Stubblefield 

Suthoff 

Turner 

Vaughn 

Wallace 

Weaver 

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Brown for McCee in January — Sisson, McCee, Webb, Smith in Sigma Lambda 
— -Mary Sue honored by Who's Who — Jessie Wynn named Miss Mississippi — 
Libby and Jessie are drum majorettes — Babington, Sisson, Inman are Campus 
presidents — Lonetta is cheerleader — Sisson, McCee, and Wells named favor- 
ites — Morgan selected as Beauty — Lucy chosen as Lambda Chi Sweetheart. 

OFFICERS 

President ._.... JAN McCEE 

Vice-President -------- MARY SUE SMITH 

Secretary -------- MARGARET LEE INMAN 

Treasurer - - - .._... ANNE SISSON 



Lucy Atkinson 
Mary Ann Babington 
Cecile Brown 
Louise Burton 
Marcia Cantwell 
Annabelle Crisler 
Janie Lee Cross 



Dunbar Babbit 
Beverly Bean 
Clarice Black 
Virginia Breazeale 
Rosemary Buckley 
Peggy Faulkner 
Marianne Hancock 



ACTIVES 

Margaret Lee Inman 
Frances Johnson 
Martha Mayo 
Mabeth McCluer 
Tan McGee 
Elinor Moore 
Jessie Wynn Morgan 

PLEDGES 

Joy Wallace 
Barbara Wykert 
Dot Wiseman 
Betty Brand Pearson 
Margaret Weston 
Norma Newell 
Janie Haining 



Anne Sisson 
Mary Sue Smith 
Lacy Rees 
Johnnie Webb 
Lonetta Wells 
Joan Wignall 



Laura Ann Honeycutt 

Ouida Hughes 

Sara Lewis 

Jo Glyn Hughes 

Frances Hankins 

Libbv Wicker 



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Wesleyan College 
March 4, 1852 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 24, 1914 

COLORS: Rose and White 

FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation 

PUBLICATION: "Aglaia" 



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Babbit 

Babington 

Bean 

Black 



Breazeale 

Brown 

Buckley 

Burton 

Cantwell 



Crisler 

Cross 

Faulkner 

Haining 

Hancock 



Hankins 
Honeycutt 
J. Hughes 
O. Hughes 
Inman 



Johnson 

Lewis 

McCleur 

McGee 

Mayo 



Moore 

Morgan 

Newell 

Sisson 

Smith 



Rees 

Wallace 
Webb 
Wells 
Weston 

Wicker 
Wignall 

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Leep replaces Cavett — Sigma Lambda selects Cavett, Peebles and Trapp — 
Cavett and Peebles appear in Who's Who — Peggy B. is a Beauty — Weaver, 
Peebles, Trapp chosen as favorites — Aust, Palmerlee, Leep hold down campus 
presidencies — Peebles leads cheers. 

OFFICERS 

President ---------- VIRGINIA CAVETT 

Vice-President -------- CLAIRE LUSTER 

Secretary ---------- PATSY MARTINSON 

Treasurer -------- MARY JANE PALMERLEE 



ACTIVES 



Laura Ceil Allen 
Ann Anderson 
Julia Aust 
Peggy Brown 
Margueritte Cain 
Virginia Cavett 
Olive Coker 
Harriet Crisler 
Mary Dent Deaton 
Karolyn Dogget 



Joyce Bonner 
Diane Brown 
Ann Carter 
Mary Gene Gainey 



Nona Ewing 
Minnie Farlow 
Carlene Freiler 
Gloria Freudenberg 
Catherine Hamilton 
Ann Heggie 
Roane Hili 
Betsy Hulen 
Pat Leep 
Elizabeth Lester 



Marion Kazar 
Adrienne Bourgeois 
Martha Hale Kittrell 
Claire Luster 
Patsy Martinson 
Frances May 
Betty Love McLarty 
Eunice Middleton 
Jerry Nalty 
Nancy Napier 



PLEDGES 



Glenda Glenn 
Anne Hand 
Riley Graves 
Virginia Hewitt 



Barksdale Johnston 
Linda Lou McCullar 
Alice McKee 
Virginia Patton 



Betty Jo Norton 
Mary Jane Palmerl 
Virginia Peebles 
Mary Ann Pitts 
Rachel Simpson 
Barbara Smith 
Maude Sugg 
Shelia Trapp 
Margaret Weaver 



Betty Jo Powell 
Fredda Shelton 
Catherine Swayze 







NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Universit/ of Arkansas 
April 5, 1895 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 31, 1934 

COLORS: Cardinal and Straw 

FLOWER: White Carnation 

PUBLICATION: "The Eleusis' 



Ninety-Six 



Allen 

Anderson 

Aust 

Bonner 

Bourgeois 

D. Brown 

P. Brown 

Cain 

Carter 

Cavett 

Coker 

Crisler 



Deaton 

Dogget 

Ewing 

Farlow 

Freiler 

Freudenbur 



Gainey 

Glenn 

Graves 

Hamilton 

Hand 

Heggie 



Hewitt 

Hill 

Hulen 

Johnston 

Kazar 

Kittrell 



Leep 

Lester 

Luster 

McCullar 

McKee 

Martinson 

May 

Middleton 

Nalty 

Norton 

Palmerlee 

Patton 

Peebles 

Pitts 

Powell 

She!ton 

Simpson 

Smith 

Sugg 
Swayze 
Trapp 
Weaver 




Ninety-Seven 




VIKIHn 



Baria replaces Roberts in driver's seat — Horton named to Who's Who and 
Sigma Lambda — Hight crowned Viking Sweetheart — many great parties mark 
year. 

OFFICERS 

President ---------- ANN ROBERTS 

Vice-President -------- RUTH STOCKTON 

Recording Secretary - - - - MARY ANN DERRICK 

Corresponding Secretary - - - ROSEMARY ANDERSON 
Treasurer ---------- SANDRA CAMPBELL 

Sergeant-at-arms ------ MARY ANN O'NEIL 

Historian --------- PEGGY HUGHES 

House Chairman ------- CAROLINE BARIA 



Julia Allen 
Rosemary Anderson 
Lynn Bacot 
Lois Barber 
Carolyn Baria 
Kathryn Bearden 
Ab Boler 
Lucretia Caldwell 
Louise Campbell 
Sandra Campbell 
Magdelene Cunningham 
Helen Davis 
Sara Dennis 
Mary Ann Derrick 
Anne Dunn 



MEMBERS 

Bernice Edgar 
Ouida Eldridge 
Nell Foster 
Lois Guilette 
Bessie Mae Haney 
Louise Hight 
Sue Horton 
Peggy Hughes 
Maeche Kaesota 
Joyce King 
Katherine King 
Mary Belle Mabry 
Adelee Matheny 
Jewel Mayer 
Ann McElroy 



Martha Sue Montgomery 

Mary Ann O'Neil 

Ann Roberts 

Bettye Russell 

Bet Stennis 

Ruth Stockton 

Vickie Taylor 

Galina Tuniks 

Barbara Tyler 

Emilia Weber 

Joan Wilson 

Martha Ann Wright 

Martha Louise Wright 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Oklahoma 
April, 1938 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
July 19, 1943 

COLORS: Blue and White 

FLOWER: White Carnation 

PUBLICATION: 

"N. I. S. A. Newsletter' 



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Ninety-Eight 



Allen 

Anderson 

Bacot 

Barber 

Baria 



Bearden 
Caldwell 
L Campbell 
S. Campbell 
Cunningham 



Davis 

Dennis 

Dunn 

Edgar 

Eldridge 



Foster 

Haney 

Hight 

Horton 

Hughes 



J. King 
K. King 
Mabry 
Matheny 
Mayer 



McElroy 

Montgomery 

O'Neill 

Roberts 

Russell 



Stennis 

Stockton 

Taylor 

Tuniks 

Tyler 

Weber 

Wilson 

M. A. Wright 

M. L. Wright 




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ALPHA MU CHAPTER 



Collins named No. 1 as Strain graduates — Collins, Miller, Haddad, Young, 
Allen tapped by ODK — Young chosen for Who's Who — Allen is BOBASHELA 
Business Manager — Collins, Haddad, Mills. Miller, Newsome, Turner hold 
campus presidencies — Blakeney is cheerleader. 

OFFICERS 

Number I ------------ E. B. STRAIN 

Number II --------- - BENNY CONNERLY 

Number Ml -------- - EDDIE COLLINS 



J immy Allen 
Bobby Allred 
Joe Frank Blakeney 
Eddie Collins 
Benny Connerly 
Kirk Coney 
Bob (Monk) Crisler 
Nowell Estes 
Richard Flowers 



Johnny Howell 
Ernest Mincey 
Frank Mangum 
Stanley Cook 
Billy Parks 
Thomas Parker 
Fred Day Smith 



ACTIVES 

Campbell Gilliland 
Billy Graham 
Ray Haddad 
Bryant Home 
John Little 
Henry Mills 
Billy Miller 
Bill Moore 
Billy Murdock 

PLEDGES 

James Lloyd Williams 

Fred Blumer 

Jackie Pujol 

A. W. Ferris 

Howard Cheek 

Harry Carter 

Billy Frank Sistrunk 



Jimmy Newsome 
Pat Ratliff 
Louis Short 
E. B. Strain 
Drew Townes 
Irby Turner 
Jimmy Young 



Paul Walters 
John Cooper 
James Elliot 
Wayne Sturdivant 
Errol Malvaney 
Thomas Wilson 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 

Washington and Lee University 
December 21, 1865 

LOCALLY FOUNDED- 
October 1, 1893 

COLORS: Crimson and Old Gold 

FLOWER: Magnolia and Crimson 
Rose 

PUBLICATIONS: 

"Kappa Alpha Journal," "Kappa 
Alpha Illustrated Manual" 



One Hundred 



Allen 

Allred 

Blakeney 

Blumer 

Carter 



Cheek 

Collins 

Cooper 

Elliot 

Estes 



Ferris 

Gilliland 

Graham 

Haddad 

Home 



Howell 

Little 

Malvaney 

Mangum 

Miller 







OPSILOI CHAPTER 



Lewis replaces Clapham — Cavett heads P&W — Lewis, Lilly, Cavett tapped 
by ODK — Sale chosen Master Major and is named to Who's Who — Lilly and 
Lewis preside over S. E. B. — Blount, Jones, Kimbrough hold campus presi- 
dencies — McCowan 1 st semester Senior Prexy. 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary - - 
Treasurer - - 
Ritualist - 



CURTIS CLAPHAM 
ROBERT RICHTER 

- - VAN CAVETT 

- - T. W. LEWIS 

- - BOB BLOUNT 



Bobby Joe Black 
Bob Blount 
Bubba Caffey 
Van Cavett 
Sammie Boleware 
Jerry Gulledge 
A. J. Stevens 
Billy Moore 
Sale Lilly 



ACTIVES 

Robert Hathorn 
Tulane Posey 
Tommy Jolly 
John Griffin 
Jimmy Pounds 
Larry Wallace 
F. T. Hammack 
Sidney Clement 
Cleveland Turner 



B. G. Banahan, Jr. 

Howell Polk 

John (Smokey) Broadwater 

Glenn Cain 

Ike Musselwhite 

Charles Campbell 

Sammie Joe Glorioso 



PLEDGES 

Tommy Woods 
Sonny Buzzard 
Gib Langdon 
Lamar Weems 
Lee Stricklin 
Dave Powell 
Bill Stewart 



Curtis McGown 
Gene Yelverton 
George Jones 
Billy Robinson 
Robert Richter 
Curtis Clapham 
T. W. Lewis 



John Fenton 
Jamie Irby 
Paul Edwards 
Barry Kimbrough 
Bobby Townsend 
Roy Price 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Virginia 
December 10, 1 S69 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
October 18, 1895 

COLORS: 

Scarlet, Green and White 

FLOWER: Lilly of the Valley 

PUBLICATION: "The Caduceus' 



One Hundred Two 



Black 

Blount 
Boleware 
Broadwater 
Buzzard 



Cain 

Campbell 

Cavett 

Clapham 

Fenton 



Glorioso 

Griffin 

Gulledge 

Irby 

Jolly 



Jones 

Kimbrough 

Lewis 

Lilly 

McGown 



Moore 

Musselwhite 

Polk 

Posey 

Pounds 



Powell 

Price 

Richter 

Robinson 

Stevens 



Stewart 

Stricklin 

Turner 

Wallace 

Weems 

Woods 




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One Hundred Three 




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THEN til ZETft CHAPTER 



Sommers comes in as Aldridge retires as prexy — Purple, Green and Cold 
Ball highlights social calendar — Aldridge, Messer, Fewell honored on Tap 
Day — Chi's add patio to house — Freeman wins LSU assistantship. 



OFFICERS 

President -------- JAMES R. ALDRIDGE 

Vice-Presdient -------- EDWARD FREEMAN 

Secretary ---------- CHARLES SOMMERS 

Treasurer --------- BARRY BRINDLEY 



ACTIVES 



James Aldridge 
Bill Barton 
Barry Brindley 
Bobby Brooks 
Vernon Fewell 
Ed Freeman 



Elbert Jenkins 
Eugene Loper 
Dick McLeod 
Doug Mathis 
Bill Messer 
Frank Nash 



Dale Overmyer 
George Pirie 
Paul Sebron 
Charles Sommers 
Roger Waldrop 
Gene Wilkinson 



Vernon Eppinette 
James Harper 
Dave Harris 
Homer Hinton 



PLEDGES 

Eugene Holmes 
Montie Lambert 
B. F. Lewis 
Wilbur Luke 



Billy Roe McCleave 
Hugh McLellan 
Edwin Sturdivant 
Eugene Wright 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Boston University, 1909 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 1920 

COLORS: Purple, Green and Gold 

PUBLICATION: 

"The Cross and Crescent" 



One Hundred Four 



Aldridge 
Brindley 
Brooks 
Eppinerte 



Fewell 
Freeman 
Harper 
Harris 



Hinron 
Holmes 
Jenkins 
Lewis 








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ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER 



Smith presides — ODK takes in Smith, Anderson, Holland, Sandefur- — -Smith, 
Anderson. Holland in Who's Who — Lee is Captain of Major gridders — Sande- 
fur, Smith are P&W Business Managers — Holland edits Bobashela — Smith 
is Singers prexy — Balius heads Band — Holland presides over IFC, Kit Kat, 
Senior Class — Smith, Reid, Anderson, Sandefur lead campus organizations — 
Head and Reid are cheerleaders — Puckett is Drum Major — Pikes captures 
speedball, stunt night bucket. 

OFFICERS 

President --------- SONNYE SMITH 

Vice-President --------- GEORGE REID 

Secretary -------- TOMMY WOODARD 

Treasurer ------------ B. F. LEE 



Charies Allen 
Bob Anderson 
David Balius 
Wendell Black 
Rodney Clements 
Stanley Clendenninj 
Magruder Corban 
Sam Darby 
Fred Delong 



Emmett Anderson 
Tommy Braswell 
Russ Bush 
Jack Dunbar 
Allie Frazier 
Ewin Gaby 



Jack Dubard 
Harry Gulledge 
James Hardin 
Robert Haynes 
Sidney Head 
Roger Hester 
Joe Hobbs 
Bill Holland 
Dan Keel 



Virgil Gully 
John Howard 
John Howell 
George Hunt 
Jimmy James 
Steele Johston 



ACTIVES 



B. F. Lee 
Tom Lewis 
Randy Mansfield 
John Mitchell 
John Moore 
Bobby Myres 
Odean Puckett 
George Reid 
Bill Riecken 



PLEDGES 



Ed Jones 
Robert Kelly 
Rodney Little 
John Lott 
Leslie Page 
Granville Sykes 



Jerry Roebuck 
John Sandefur 
Claude Smith 
Sonnye Smith 
V. K. Smith 
Jim Whitehouse 
Fred Williams 
Tommy Woodard 



Fred Whitehouse 
Jimmy Schimpf 
Wade Patrick 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Virginia 
March 1, 1868 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 23, 1905 

COLORS: Garnet and Gold 

FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 

PUBLICATION: 

"The Shield and Diamond" 



One Hundred Six 



Allen 

E. Anderson 
R. Anderson 
Balius 
Black 
Braswell 

Clement 

Clendinning 

Corban 

Darby 

DeLong 

Dubard 



Dunbar 

Frasier 

Gaby 

Gulledge 

Gully 

Hardin 



Haynes 

Head 

Hester 

Hobbs 

Holland 

Howell 




Zke NORSEMEN 

Hetrick rules roost — Epperson is Stylus Business Manager — Classic Film series 
thrills campus — Whitam heads YM. 




OFFICERS 

President - - TOMMY HETRICK 
Vice-President - FRED WHITAM 
Secretary - - - - B. F. LEWIS 
Treasurer - NATHAN BOWERS 

MEMBERS 

Bill Anderson B. F. Lewis 

Nathan Bowers Roy Parker 

A. W. Ellis George Phillips 

Roy Epperson Aubrey Price 

Billy Hayes Bobby Joe Smith 

Tommy Hetrick Fred Whitam 
Yerger Hudson 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Oklahoma 
April, 1938 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 1950 

PUBLICATION: 

"N. I. S. A. Newsletter" 



Anderson 
Ellis 

Epperson 

Hayes 

Hetrick 

Hudson 

Lewis 

Parker 

Price 
Smith 
Whitam 



One Hundred Eight 








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Row 1 : Mgr. Woods, Edwards, 
Gully, Fenton, Clements, Strain, 
K. Smith, Hadad, Parker, Col- 
lins, Lewis, Cain, Butts. 

Row 2: Powell, Stewart, Portuy- 
ess, I. Robinson, Miller, Richter, 
F. D. Smith, Kalil, Scott, B. Rob- 
inson, Glorioso, Keel. 






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The MMIsaps Majors play high calibre, but strictly 
amateur football. In 1951 the Majors won for the first time 
the championship of the Dixie Conference, which is composed 
of non-subsidized teams. 



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Manager 

GLEN CAIN 
Most Valuable Player 



One Hundred Ten 






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SCORES Millsaps Opp. 

Pensacola Naval Air Station 7 1 3 

Sewanee 7 6 

South Pasture 12 7 

Howard . 27 1 4 

Hendrix 6 1 4 



Row 3: Mgr. Carter, Little, 
Kelly, F. J. Smith, Langdon, 
Harris, O'Neil, McGown, Short, 
Gulledge, Lee, Hester, Townes, 
Fuzak, Williams, Mgr. Kim- 
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Most Hustling 
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One Hundred Twelve 



Coach Sammy Bartling talking to the 
squad on the first day of practice. 



FOOT 



RETURNING LETTERMEN 

Row 1: B. Robinson, Miller, Strain, Richter 

Row 2: Lewis, Lee, Short, McCown, Scott, Collins 







One Hundred Thirteen 



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CAIN, back 



GULLEDGE, line 



ALL DIXIE 

LEE, end 



PARKER, back 



STEWART, Line 




Kimbrough 

Lewis 

Little 

McGown 

Miller 

O'Neal 

Powell 

B. Robinson 

I. Robinson 

B. J. Smith 

F. D. Smith 
K. Smith 
Strain 
Williams 
Woods 

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Langdon 

Richter 

Short 

Scott 

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Millsaps back picks up first down against South- 
western. 



Fenton prepares to intercept a Choctaw pass in 
this years win over the boys from the "south 
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Cain moves in to help Fenton, Fuzak, and 
McGown down one of the Navy men from Pen- 
sacola. 



One Hundred Fourteen 



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Parker goes for yardage against the Sewanee 
Tigers as Lee dances with an opponent. 





Parker carries again to help in the Major's win 
over Sewanee. 



Some of the Tigers from Sewanee appear to 
have been beaten in more than one way — with 
Langdon doing the beating in this picture. 



One Hundred Fifteen 




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ACTION 




Collins goes over on a quarterback sneak against 
the Chocs — that's Big Willie Williams doing the 
directing on the right. 



Richter investigates Naval warfare. 



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One Hundred Sixteen 



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THE TEAM 

Row 1 (I. to r.): Gorday, Langdon, 
Baker, Wallace, Allen, Scott, Cain 
Row 2 (I. to r.): Price, Jolly, Vest, 
Townes, Jeffreys, Black, Case 



RETURNING LETTERMEN 

(I. to r.): Gorday, Allen, Coach 
Bartling, Wallace, Cain 




One Hundred Seventeen 




PHIL WALLACE 
All-Dixie Conference Center 



I H S K ET D 



Lamburh invades Buie Gym and conquers Majors 



One Hundred Eighteen 





One Hundred Nineteen 



ACTION SHOTS 




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ATHLETICS AT MILLSAPS 

Millsaps maintains football, baseball, and basketball teams in the Dixie Confer- 
ence. Millsaps athletes are men who play these sports for the love of the game. They 
devote their time and energy to these sports for the joy of winning and participating. 
These athletes are at Millsaps for an education first — for athletics second. 

Millsaps captured the Dixie Conference Football Championship this year for 
the first time in the history of the school. In basket-ball, the Millsaps five won the con- 
solation bracket for the second consecutive year. 

The Majors traveled to Pensacola, Florida, in search of their first win of the 
season against the Naval Air Station "Gosl ins," but were defeated by the score of 13-7. 
The Major's lone score was made by Kali!, with T. W. Lewis adding the extra point. 

The Majors gained their first victory of the season by defeating the Sewanee 
Tigers by the score of 7-6. Glenn Cain scored the Major's touchdown on a 23 yard 
quarterback sneak, and T. W. Lewis adding the winning extra point. 

Meeting their arch rivals next, the Majors took the Choctaws in stride by the 
score of 12-7. Great defensive work on the part of the forward wall and the scoring 
of Kalil and Collins gave the Majors their most prized win of the season. 

In the next game, with Howard, the Majors won the conference championship 
by defeating the Bulldogs 27-14. This game was marked by the brilliant generalship and 
passing of Eddie Collins. Kalil, Parker, Cain, and Scott scored the TD's with Parker add- 
ing 3 extra points. 

The Majors met defeat in the closing game of the season at the hands of the 
Hendrix College Indians. Glorioso scored the only Millsaps touchdown in this 14-6 de- 
feat. 

In basketball, the Majors were led to the consolation championship by two time 
All-Dixie Phil Wallace. The Major five was rounded out by Glenn Cain, Bob Gorday, 
Jim Allen, and Rod Jeffreys. 

How the Majors will do in baseball remains at this writing, to be seen. Coach 
"Sammy" has four returning lettermen to build his team around — Glorioso, Woods, 
Kurts, and Townes. 

Millsaps also maintains a fine program of intramurals in speedball, basketball, 
softball, golf, and tennis for those who don't enter intercollegiate athletics. 

In speedball, the Pikes took the crown by going undefeated. The Ministers 
were runner-ups and the Kappa Sigs placed third. The All-Star team was composed 
of four Pikes — Dunbar, Whitehcuse, Roebuck, and Smith; four Ministers — Anderson, 
White, Bowers, and Bolton; two Kappa Alphas — Allen and Crisler; and two Kappa 
Sigs — Moore and Clement. 

The Independents took the basketball crown with the Pikes second and the 
Kappa Sigs third. Two Pikes — Roebuck and Frazier; two Kappa Sigs — Woods and 
Powell; and Independent John Crabb made up the All-Star team. 



One Hundred Twenty-One 



One Hundred Twenty Two 



Cfirts 



"Mim'ries?" Surely we, the co-eds, have many things. we remember as we think back on the activities and 
members of the girls' athletic department. Yes, but what are they? The good, clean, stiff competition in the intra- 
mural program can't be forgotten ... an early morning hike with a group of "sleepy-eyed" girls; being rewarded 
for the effort of pulling oneself out of bed by the smell of coffee, bacon, and cheese from the beautiful open fire 
. . . trip to Memphis to ride the "crawling stairs" . . . Missie . . . weekends on the Coast . . . the famous words, 
"Rise up, O flame!" . . . the boys co-operating at calling our ball games . . . Miss D's willingness to make the girls 
"happy" . . . her friendliness, helpfulness, ability to do so much and her winning smile, as well as the shining ex- 
ample of life, go down through the years with us . . .for the more energetic there was the nine hole golf course . . . 
there was Dee with her "Smile, please!" . . . confusion between Mim's and Peeble's voices and laughs . . . swim- 
ming in October as well as May — salt water or muddy water . . . retreats with their fun, food, fellowship, and 
friends . . . curtain fund . . . Peggye racking up many points with her "southpaw" shot . . . Kazar, another "south 
paw," shows how to have fun on the softball diamond . . . Ah! what fun the Majorettes have decorating for Christ- 
mas . . . Tan and Mim face the "Court of DeceH" and plead guilty . . . long, lanky Lucy . . . intramural program 
conflicts with the boys . . . the three musketeers in a green Plymouth . . . tennis trips and an overloaded station 
wagon . . . Red Sails In the Sunset ... Oh ! that yellow convertible . . . the Limpin' Lassies . . . ping pong part- 
ners . . . the Jets . . . folk dancing . . . 'tis amazing what goes on "behind the scene" just before tap day . . . 
stunt night . . . tricks of all sorts at any time of day or night . . . for the first time in years we had a boy on our 
retreat . . . swimming and diving lead to sore muscles . . . and we'll always remember the solo's that turn out to be 
duet's . . . 

In our "Mim'ries" we'll always remember other names from years back: Peggy Bi, Little Un, W. D., Suey, 
Chris, Penny, Jean, Onie Margaret Marion, and others. As we mention these "immortals," let our memories linger 




One Hundred Twenty-Three 




ARE YOU SURE, "MISS UMP?" 



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Standing: Lewis, Holland, Anderson, Allen, Miller, Young, Collins. 
Seated: Dr. Moore, Dr. Smith, Prof. Ferguson, Dr. Wharton 



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ODK is a national honorary society, which recognizes leadership in campus 
activities and scholarship. It is the highest honor a Millsaps male can receive. 

OFFICERS 
President --------- JIMMY YOUNG 

Vice-President -------- BOB ANDERSON 



Jimmy Allen 
Eddie Collins 
Bill Holland 
T. W. Lewis 



MEMBERS 

Billy Miller 
Harmon L. Smith 
John Sandefur 
Ray Haddad 



Van Cavett 

Sale Lilly 



FACULTY SPONSORS 



Dr. Moore, Secretary Dr. Wharton 

Dr. M. L. Smith 



Prof. Ferguson 



One Hundred Tioenty-Eight 





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Seated: Parrish, Harrell, M. S. Smith, B. W. Smith, Sisson. 
Standing: Horton, Trap, Cavett, Peebles, Canode, Edge, Webb. 



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Sigma Lambda is a national honorary society, which recognizes leadership in campus 
activities and scholarship. It is the highest honor a Millsaps girl can receive. 



OFFICERS 

President --------- MARY SUE SMITH 

Vice-President ----- BETTYE WATKINS SMITH 

Secretary-Treasurer ------ NORMA HARRELL 

Historian ----------- PEGGY PARRISH 



Mary Sue Smith 
Bettye Watkins Smith 
Norma Harrell 
Peggy Parrish 
Virginia Edge 



MEMBERS 

Sue Horton 
Anne Sisson 
Shelia Trapp 
Johnnie Webb 
Thlema Ann Canode 



Virginia Peebles 
Virginia Cavett 
Tan McGee 
Josephine Lampton 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

Mrs. Mary Stone Mrs. M. L. Smith Mrs. Elizabeth Craig 

Mrs. Marguerite Goodman 



One Hundred Twenty-Nine 




Seated: M. S. Smith, Anderson, Cavett, Peebles, Young, Harrel 
Standing: Lilly, H. L. Smith, B. W. Smith, Holland. 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 



Each year a faculty committee nominates a number of students for inclusion in 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES con- 
sidering their scholarship, their cooperation and leadership in academic and extra-Curricular 
activities, their citizenship and service to the school, and their promise of future usefulness. 
This is one of the highest honors a Millsaps student can attain. This year eleven students 
were selected. 



ROBERT REED ANDERSON 
VIRGINIA CAVETT 
NORMA RUTH HARRELL 



SUE RIVERS HORTON 
SALE T. LILLY 
VIRGINIA PEEBLES 



BETTYE WATKINS SMITH 
HARMON L. SMITH, JR. 
JAMES L. YOUNG 



WILLIAM HOLMES HOLLAND, JR. MARY SUE SMITH 



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The Christian Council is responsible for integ 
saps. It distributes the allottment from the Students 
tions its members represent. 

The religious life of the college in general 
Emphasis Week is in its hands. 



rating all the religious groups at Mill- 
Activities fund among the Organiza- 



is its field of activity, and Religious 



Representatives from the following make up Christian Council 



Wesleyan Croup 
Westminister League 
Baptist Student Union 
Canterbury Club 
Women's Christian Workers 



OFFICERS 



President - - - 
Vice-President - - 
Secretary 
Financial Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Ministerial League 
Y M C A 
YWCA 

Eight students elected at large from 
the student body 



- - SHELIA TRAPP 
LAVELLE WOODRICK 
■ - - SUE HORTON 
- SARA NELL DYESS 



Mim Carpenter 
Charles Boyles 
Sara Nell Dyess 
Norma Harrell 
Sue Horton 



Lonnie Johnston 
Ed Curtis 
T. W. Lewis 
Claire Luster 
Pat Leep 



Myrene Punshon 
Peggy Parrish 
Virginia Peebles 
George Reid 
Don Rushing 



Shelia Trapp 
Cecil Williamson 
Lavelle Woodrick 
Fred Whitam 
Henry Mills 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

Prof. Stuart Smith Dr. J. D. Wroten 



One Hundred Thirty-One 



One Hundred Thirty-Two 



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Technically speaking, every girl at Millsaps is in the YM, but this governing body, 
known at the YW Cabinet puts its activities into effect. 

CABINET 

President --------- NORMA HARRELL 

Vice-President ----- MARY ANN BABINCTON 

Secretary ---------- EVELYN HAWKINS 

Treasurer ---------- JOANNE HUGCINS 

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 



Shelia Trapp 
Thelma Ann Canode 
Sue Horton 
Mim Carpenter 



Sara Nel! Dyess 
Diane Brown 
Peggy Parrish 
Nanette Weaver 



Minnie Farlow 
Julia Aust 
Barbara Myers 
Jo Ann Bratton 



Seated: Miss DeCell, Huggins, Harrell, Hawkins, Trapp. 

Standing: Montgomery, Carpenter, Canode, Horton, Dyess, Myers, Aust, Weaver, Bratton, Farlow. 





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The YM Cabinet correlates the activities of the YM. Technically every boy at Mill 
saps is in the YM. 



CABINET 

President ----------- ROBERT LOTT 

Vice-President --------- FRED WHITAM 

Secretary-Treasurer ------- DON RUSHING 

Publicity Chairman - - LESLIE NABORS 

Recreation Chairman ------ CHARLES BOYLES 



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Completely ignoring the stigma of Choctaw Land, the Baptists are one of the most 
progressive religious groups on the campus. 



OFFICERS 

President ----- GEORGE REID 

Vice-President ------- MONA REE CANODE 

Secretary ---------- EMILY COSTICAN 

Treasurer ------------ TAN McGEE 

Program Chairman ------ KATHRYN BEARDON 



Odean Puckett 
Bobby All red 
Mary Dent Deaton 
Beulah Abel 
Janie Lee Cross 
Rosemary Buckley 
Kathryn Duncan 
Vickie Taylor 
Gloria Woods 



MEMBERS 

Betty Jo Smith 
Sara Bernhard 
Elaine El lard 
Virginia Breazeale 
Ouida Faye Hughes 
Clarice Black 
Thelma Ann Canode 
Lillian Hollis 
Sue Horton 



Glenda Glenn 
Bessie Mae Haney 
Minnie Farlow 
Frances May 
Bill Messer 
Virginia Edge 
Lee Strictland 
Bobby Myers 



Row 1 : 
Row 2: 



Hughes, Taylor, Puckett, Horton, Selby. 
Costigan, McGee, Reid, Canode, Farlow. 




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All Methodist students are members of this active group. 



OFFICERS 

President ----------- CLAIRE LUSTER 

Vice-President --------- SHELIA TRAPP 

Secretary ----------- EVELYN HAWKINS 

Treasurer ------------ JOAN HUCGINS 

Program Chairman -------- JULIA AUST 

Publications - - - - MIM CARPENTER 

Wesleyan Players Chairman - - - - CAROLYN BARIA 



Dyess, Wilson, Aust, Luster, Trapp, Huggins. 






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Row 1 : Black, Suggs, Babbit. 

Row 2: Osburn, Shields, Sandefur, Weaver, Mills, Sisson, Wayne. 

Row 3: Haynes, Goodwin, Webb, Fenton, Denny, Wallace, Mrs. Haynes. 




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The hardworking Presbyterian element on the campus is a vital cog in our religious life. 



OFFICERS 

President ----------- HENRY MILLS 

Vice-President --------- JOHN SANDEFUR 

Secretary ---------- MARGARET WEAVER 

Treasurer ----------- ANNE SISSON 

MEMBERS 



Bob Anderson 
Dunbar Babbit 
Beverly Bean 
Bobbie Jean Davidson 
Marguaritte Denny 
John Eddleman 



Vernon Eppinette 
John Fenton 
Robert Haynes 
Ann Heggie 
Billy Murdock 
Ann Osburn 



Ed Sherrod 
Jeanne Shields 
Mary Alice Shields 
Maude Sugg 
Ivey Wallace 
Johnie Webb 



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Row 1 

Row 2 
Row 3 



Courtney, Dennis, Campbell, Carpenter, Norton. 
McElroy, Edgar, Gray, Dyess, Russell, Allen. 
Wilson, Hill, Baria, Hughes, Davis. 



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WCW, in conjunction with the Ministerial League, spreads Millsaps Methodism and 
goodwill by means of Mission Point visitations to such places as the Orphanages, the Old 
Men's Home and the County Jail. 



CABINET 

President --------- SARA NELL DYESS 

Vice-President --------- PEGGY HUGHES 

Secretary-Treasurer ------ CAROLYN BARIA 

Social Chairman --------- RUTH STOCKTON 

Reporter ------------ BERNICE EDGAR 



Julia Allen 
Carolyn Baria 
Louise Campbell 
Mim Carpenter 
P. K. Courtney 
Helen Davis 
Sarah Dennis 
Sara Nell Dyess 
Bernice Edgar 



MEMBERS 

Peggy Evans 
Glenda Glenn 
Betty Sue Gray 
Norma Harrell 
Roane Hill 
Peggy Hughes 
Adalee Matheny 
Ann McElroy 
Norma Norton 



Mary Ann O'Neil 
Betty Jo Powell 
Bettye Russell 
Jeanette Sanders 
Jeaneanne Sharp 
Joan Wilson 
Riley Graves 
Katherine Bearden 



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Row 1: Dr. Fleming, Powell, Fenton, Whitehurst, Wiygul, Whitam, Bowie, Brown, Butts, Burnett, Anderson, Prof. Smith. 

Row 2: Benson, James, Lilly, Poythress, Laseter, O'Neil, Blumer, Clark, Robinson. 

Row 3: H. Smith, Ryan, Eskridge, B. J. Smith, Curtis, Sparks, Bowers, Lewis. 

Row 4 Case, Nabors, Johnston, Wolfe, Head, Walters, Rushing. 



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MEMBERS 



Donald Anderson 
James Benson 
John Bowers 
John Bowie 
Charles Boyles 
Harry Bufkin 
James Burnett 
James Buskirk 
Robert Butts 
Duncan Clark 
Sidney Clement 
Edward Curtis 
Roy Eaton 
Jerry Eskridge 
John Fenton 
Allie Frazier 
William Gober 
Robert Gorday 
Albert Gore 
Kenneth Graham 
William Harrison 
Sidney Head 



Louis Hodges 
Eugene Holmes 
Yeager Hudson 
Robert Hunt 
Harold Jackson 
Jimmy James 
Doc Jeter 
Lonnie Johnston 
Barry Kimbrough 
Charles Laseter 
B. F. Lee 
B. F. Lewis 
John Lewis 
T. W. Lewis 
Sale Lilly 
Leslie Nabors 
Frank Nash 
Jimmy Newsome 
Arthur O'Neil 
George Phillips 
David Powell 
David Poythress 



Ira Robinson 
Don Rushing 
Lawrence Russ 
Roy Ryan 
Oliver Scott 
Bobby Joe Smith 
Harmon Smith 
Gene Sparks 
Warren Wasson 
Fred Whitam 
Morris White 
Cecil Williamson 
Glyn Wiygul 
Hilburn Wolfe 
Robert T. Woodard 
Lavelle Woodrick 
Joe Young 
Fred Blummer 
Berry Whitehurst 
Dudley Brown 



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Hall, Prof. Hardin, Prof. Sanders, Dr. White, Prof. Goss, Prof. Hutto, McCarter, Fewell, Short, Holland, Cavett. 



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Kit Kat, oldest and most exclusive honorary at Millsaps, recognizes men with excep- 
tional creative writing skill and mothers who are good cooks. 

OFFICERS 
Executive Scribe -------- BILL HOLLAND 



Gaston Hall 
Louis Short 



Dr. M. C. White 
Prof. Paul Hardin 



MEMBERS 

R. L. McCarter 
Vernon Fewell 



Van Cavett 
Earl Smith 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Prof. A. G. Sanders Prof. Ralph Hutto 

Prof. Lance Goss 



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with Kit Kat in pushing the Southern Literary Festival and the Stylus. 

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OFFICERS 

President ----- ANNE SISSON 
Vice-President - - - PEGGY PARRISH 
Sec. Treas. - - - - BETTYE W. SMITH 

MEMBERS 

Bettye W. Smith Joann Bratton 



Peggy Parrish 
Anne Sisson 
Jewel Mayer 
Evelyn Hawkins 
Martha Hale Kittrell 
Jean Shields 
Ouida Eldridge 
Rachel Simpson 



Barbara Myers 
Carolyn Collins 
Maude Sugg 
Frances Johnson 
Lacy Rees 
Jo Anne Cooper 
Cecile Brown 



FACULTY ADVISOR 

Miss Mildred Morehead 

Row 1: Eldridge, Myers, Collins. 

Row 2: Mayer, Hawkins, Sisson, Smith, 

Parrish. 
Row 3: Simpson, Bratton, Miss Morehead, 

Shields, Suggs, Kittrell. 

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This is a national pre-med honor society. It was founded in 1926 at the University 
of Alabama. 

Its purpose is to promote interests of pre-med students, leadership, scholarship, ex- 
pertness, character, and personality. All the qualities by which students are judged for mem- 
bership. ALPHA EPSILON DELTA strives to bridge the gap between pre-medical and medi- 
cal schools. 

OFFICERS 

President ---------- BILLY MILLER 

Vice-President --------- JERRY ROEBUCK 

Secretary ---------- SANDRA CAMPBELL 

Treasurer --------- TOMMY ARRINCTON 

Historian ------------ ANNIE DUNN 

FACULTY ADVISORS 



Dr. J. B. Price 



Dr. Franklin James 



Bill Riecken 
John Davis 
Henry Mills 
John Moore 
John Sandefur 



MEMBERS 

Mac Corban 
Durbo Harrison 
Lamar Weems 
Ray Haddad 
Richard Flowers 



Earl Smith 
Louis Short 
Lavelle Moore 




Seated: Davis, Miller. 

Standing: Mills, Arrington, Roebuck, Dr. Price, Rieken, Campbell, Prof. Dunnihoo, Dunn. 





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This is an honorary which has members who are science majors, with a quality index 
of 2. or better. 



OFFICERS 
President ------- MARY JANE PALMERLEE 

Vice-President - - - - RAY HADDAD 

Secretary-Treasurer ------ SANDRA CAMPBELL 



Mary Jane Palmerlee 
Ray Haddad 
Sandra Campbell 
Billy Miller 
John Sandifer 
Robert Lott 



MEMBERS 

Bill Riecken 
A. W. Ellis 
Nowell Estes 
Jerry Gulledge 
Benny Conerly 
Ed Sherrod 



Jimmy Kurts 
John Moore 
Magruder Corban 
Richard McLeod 
Sue Horton 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

Professor Knox Dr. Reynolds Prof. F. W. James 



Seated: Lott, Parmalee, Campbell, Haddad. 

Standing: Ellis, Riecken, Dubard, Gulledge, Estes, Sandefur, Miller. 



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The Cavileers are the Millsaps debate corps. They enliven their existence by taking 
trips to compete in debates with other schools, and incidentally, usually make an excellent 
showing. 




OFFICERS 

President - - - - IRBY TURNER 
Vice-President - - ROBERT HUNT 
Sec.-Treas. - - - EDDIE COLLINS 

MEMBERS 

Tulane Posey Fred Whitam 

Jimmy Young Sandra Stubblefield 

Tommy Woodard Dot Wiseman 



Row 1 : Posey, Whitam 

Row 2: Collins, Woodard, Hunt 

Row 3: Turner 



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Tonsil exercisers highest honor at Millsaps, Pi Kappa Delta sponsors several inter- 
collegiate debates yearly and lends an experienced hand with the annual state high school 
debate tournement. 



OFFICERS 

President ----------- EDDIE COLLINS 

Vice-President -------- SHELIA TRAPP 

Secretary-Treasurer -------- IRBY TURNER 

Faculty Advisor ------- DR. R. MclLVENNA 



Tulane Posey 



MEMBERS 

Robert Hunt 



Hunt, Trapp, Collins, Turner, Posey. 






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Row 2 
Row 3 

Row 4 



McGee, Peebles, Montgomery, Heggie, Nalty, Pitts, Courtney, Matheny. 
Carpenter, Leonard, Kittrell, Hill, Horton, Canode. 
Cooper, Lowery, McMurry, Collins, Dunn, Miss DeCell. 
Smith, Buckley, Martinson, Shields. 




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The Majorette Club recognizes girls who participate wholeheartedly if not expertly 
in sports. Besides sponsoring Stunt Night and correlating the female intramural athletic 
program, it fulfills other functions not touched by other groups. 

OFFICERS 

President ----------- JEAN SHIELDS 

Vice-President ------- MIM CARPENTER 

Secretary ------------ SUE HORTON 

Historian ------ MARTHA HALE KITTRELL 



Thelma Ann Canode 
Carolyn Collins 
P. K. Courtney 
Annabelle Crisler 
Annie Dunn 
Mary Joy Hill 
Annie Greer Leonard 
Ruth Lowery Tohill 
Tan McGee 
Patsy Martinson 
Martha Sue Montgomery 



MEMBERS 

Jean Shields 
Betty Small 
Bettye W. Smith 
Mim Carpenter 
Sue Horton 
Martha Hale Kittrell 
Ouida Eldridge 
Jere Nalty 
Mary Ann Pitts 
Ann Heggie 
Ada Lee Matheny 



Mabel Buckley 
Mary Frances McMurry 
Jo Anne Cooper 
Jo Anne Bratton 
Janie Lee Cross 
Minnie Farlow 
Sybil Foy 
Joanne Huggins 
Sara Nell Linn 
Rachel Simpson 
Nannette Weaver 



FACULTY SPONSOR 

Miss Frances DeCeli 



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Row 1 
Row 2 
Row 3 



B. Robinson, Richter, Kimbrough, Collins, Poweli, Allen. 
Lee, Woods, Townes, Cain, Short, Scott. 
Fuzak, Fenton, Williams, O'Neil, Little, Lilly. 



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General campus morale boosting is one of the many services rendered by the 
wearers of the Millsaps athletic "M". 

OFFICERS 

President --------- BARRY KIMBROUGH 

Vice-President ---------- E. B. STRAIN 

Secretary-Treasurer -------- JIMMY ALLEN 

Sergeant at Arms --------- BILLY MILLER 



MEMBERS 



Coach Sammy Bartling Billy Miller 



Coach Stuart Smith 
Jimmy Allen 
Eddie Collins 
Bob Gorday 
Barry Kimbrough 
B. F. Lee 
T. W. Lewis 
Sale Lilly 
Robert Richter 



Billy Robinson 
A. J. Stevens 
Louis Short 
E. B. Strain 
Oliver Scott 
Glenn Cain 
Phil Wallace 
Sammy Joe Glorioso 
Drew Townes 



Tommy Wood 

Bobby Joe Smith 

Kim Smith 

James Lloyd Williams 

John Fenton 

Ira Robinson 

Arthur O'Neill 

Dave Powell 

John Little 

Bill Fuzak 



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Row 1 
Row 2 
Row 3 
Row 4 



K. Smith, Reid, Schmidt, Gaby, R. Myers, Stubblefield, Wiseman, Ewing, Blount, Fenton, Whitam. 
Holland, Head, DeLong, Stigler, McGrath, Howell, Lynn, Richter, Wallace, Breazeale, Black, Faulkner. 
C. Smith, Sandefur, Carter, Mills, Shelton, Bean, Haining, B. Myers, Bratton, Gardner. 
Woodard, Reicken, Hand, McKee, Simpson, Huggins, Aust, Trapp, Cook, Gray. 



MILLSflPS PLHVERS 

Actors, stage hands, powder and paint people, property gatherers, all those who are 
interested in the field of dramatics comprise the Millsaps Players. Under the general sponsor- 
ship and guidance of Alpha Psi Omega and Professor Lance Goss the players have helped put 
on three three-act plays and three one-act plays this year. A banquet at the end of the school 
year culminates the players activities. Players presented and casts: 



THE HASTY HEART (Three Acts) 

A. W. Ferris Edwin Sturdivant 

Ewin Gaby** Glenna Goodwin** 

James Eskridge Robt. Anderson** 
Jack Dunbar Charles Boyles 

Thomas Braswell 

"The Monkey's Paw" (One Act) 

Student Director — Robert Blount** 
Henry Mills Roger Hester 

Robert Richter Lee Stricklin 
Sara Nell Linn 

"A Woman's Privilege" (One Act) 
Student Director — Virgin : a Edge** 
John Sandefur Ouida Faye 
Cola O'Neal Gardner 

B. F. McMath 

"How to Propose" (One Act) 

Student Director — Shelia Trapp** 
Bobby Meyrs Dot Wiseman 

Goorge Reid** Fred DeLong 
Bobby Townsend Odean Puckett 
Pat Leep Nan Howell 

Stanley Cook Edna Khayat 

Julia Aust RobT. Anderson** 

Fred Whitam Betty Sue Gray 



OUR TOWN (Three Acts) 



Fred DeLong 
Jack Dunbar 
James Burnett 
Wm. Holland** 
Sara Nell Linn 
Nona Ewing** 
Ewin Gaby** 
Anne Hand 
John R. Howell 
Virginia Patton 
Robert Myers 
John Fenton 
Peggy Paulkner 
Fred Whitehouse 
Betty Sue Gray 
B. F. McMath 
Josephine Lamp- 
ton 
James Young** 
A. W. Ferris 



Kim Smith** 
Sidney Head 
George Reid** 
John Sandefur 
William Reicken 
John Moore 
Claude Smith 
Cola O'Neal 
Betty Pearson 
Lee Stricklin 
Thomas Woodard 
Joanne Wilson 
Julia Aust 
Louis Hodges 
Alice McKee 
Fredda Shelton 
Edwin Sturdivant 
Annabelle Cris- 

ler** 
Joan Wignall 



BLITHE SPIRIT (Three Acts) 

Sandra Stubble- Roger Hester 
field Glenda Glenn 

Beverly Billups Betty Sue Gray 

Robert Blount** Shelia Trapp** 
** Indicates member of Alpha Psi Omega, National Honorary Dramatic Fraternity. 



One Hundred Forty-Six 



OFFICERS 

President ROBERT BLOUNT 

Vice-Pres. - - GLENNA GOODWIN 

Sec.-Treas. JIMMY YOUNG 

Faculty Advisor - - LANCE GOSS 

MEMBERS 

Virginia Edge 

Bob Anderson 

Jim Whitehouse 

Bettye Watkins Smith 

Shelia Trapp 

Ewin Gaby 

Joe Schmitt 

Nona Ewing 

Robert Blount 

Annabelle Crisler 

Glenna Goodwin 

Jimmy Young 

George Reid 

Kim Smith 

Bill Holland 



Row 1 : Blount, Goodwin, Edge. 

Row 2: Anderson, Prof. Goss, 
Young, Smith. 

Standing: Reid. 




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Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary recognizing outstanding work in the field of 
college dramatics. In addition to staging several three-act plays and a trio of one-act plays 
yearly, Alpha Psi is rumored to have the worst initiation on the campus. 



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Eta Sigma Phi is a national Creek and Latin Scholastic honorary. The annual Roman 
banquet is, according to members, a genteel orgy. 



OFFICERS 

President ---------- JIMMY NEWSOME 

Vice-President -------- ROY EPPERSON 

Secretary-Treasurer - - - - - - VIRGINIA EDGE 

MEMBERS 



Margueritte Denny 
Mabel Buckley 
Annie Greer Leonard 
Sara Nell Linn 
Julia Aust 
!rby Turner 
Robert Hunt 



Adalee Matheney 
Thelma Ann Canode 
Catherine Hamilton 
Josephine Lampton 
Anne Sisson 
Betty Giffin 
Gaston Hall 



Frank Mangur 
Stanley Cook 
Fred Whitam 
Martin Case 
John Fenton 



Row 1 : Edge, Linn, Matheny, C. O'Neal 

Row 2: K. Hamilton, Aust, Leonard, Newsome, Dr. Hamilton 
Row 3: Denny, Weaver, Turner 
Row 4: Epperson, Messer 




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Kappa Delta Epsilon recognizes outstanding female students in the field of high 
school and elementary school education. They will be the future teachers of our future 
children. 



OFFICERS 

President -------- MARGARET LEE INMAN 

Vice-President ------ MARTHA HALE KITTRELL 

Recording Secretary -------- BETTYE SMITH 

Corresponding Secretary - - - - ELIZABETH HARRIS 

Treasurer ---------- ANNABEL LE CRISLER 

MEMBERS 

Mary Joy Hill Ouida Eldrige Louise Burton 

Patsy Martinson Josephine Lampton Mabeth McCluer 

Virginia Cavett Virginia Peebles Mary Elizabeth McDaniels 

Anne Sisson Debora Stevens Cecile Brown 

Tan McGee Martha Mayo Annie Greer Leonard 

Mary Sue Smith Mary Dent Deaton 

Johnnie Webb Jeanne Shields 

FACULTY ADVISORS 

Prof, and Mrs. R. R. Havnes 



Row 1 
Row 2 
Row 3 




Deaton, Mayo, Eldridge, Harris, Peebles. 

Burton, Kittrell, Mrs. Haynes, Prof. Haynes, Inman, Webb. 

Lampton, Hill, Stevens, Smith, Sisson, Cavett, Martinson, Shields. 

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CHNTEnaURY CLUB 



The united Episcopalians on the Millsaps Campus are a vital cog in the religious 
machinery of Millsaps. 

OFFICERS 

President ---------- MARY GRANTHAM 

Vice-President -------- FRANK MANCUM 

Secretary-Treasurer ------- MYRENE PUNSHON 

Chaplain -------- CAMPBELL GILLILAND 

MEMBERS 



Marie Alford 
Aspasia Athas 
Stanley Cook 
Annie Dunn 
George Grantham 



Ray Haddad 
Betsy Hulen 
Alice Humphrey 
Annie Greer Leonard 
Randy Mansfield 



Mary Frances McMurray 
Margaret Ann Plummer 
Blanche Reed 
Fred Williams 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Miss Elizabeth Craig Dr. Eb Girvin 



Row 1: Bircham, Gi 1 1 i land, M. Grantham, Punshon, Mangum, Mansfield. 
Row 2 B. Grantham, Dunn, Athias, Leonard, Dewees, Rutherford, Dr. Girvin. 



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The Toppers, composed of outstanding freshmen and sophomore representatives 
from each of the social groups on the campus, supply the bulwark of hospitality and entertain- 
ment to visiting athletic teams and to the annual flood of high school seniors. 

OFFICERS 

President ---------- GEORGE JONES 

Vice-President - MAGRUDER CORBAN 

Secretary-Treasurer -------- JULIA AUST 



MEMBERS 

Jessie Wynn Morgan Joanne Huggins Louis Short 

Cecile Brown Mona Ree Canode Harvey Moore 

Sara Nell Linn Jack Dubard Frank Nash 

Nanette Weaver Louise Hight Billy Robinson 



Row 1: Morgan, Weaver, Canode, Huggins, Linn, Wilson, Aust. 
Row 2: Jones, Mathis, Nash, Dubard, Corban, Turner. 





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Row 1 
Row 2 
Row 3 



Smith., Anderson, Denny, Small. 

Prof. Prince, Dr. Moore, Edmundson, Blakeney, Hall. 

Prof. Ferguson, Haynes, Aldridge, Reynolds, Cavett. 



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I. R. C. is made up of outstanding students in the fields of history and political 
science. It sponsors a series of open forums during the year on varied timely topics. 

OFFICERS 

President ---------- BOB ANDERSON 

Vice-President -------- SONNYE SMITH 

Secretary ----------- BEULAH ABEL 

MEMBERS 



James Aldridge 
Jimmy Young 
Bob Anderson 
Ouida Eldridge 
Sonnye Smith 
Beulah Abel 



Jimmy Allen 
Julius Reynolds 
Van Cavett 
Eddie Collins 
Betty Small 
Robert Havnes 



Joe Frank Blakeney 
Gaston Hall 
Margueritte Denny 
Peggy Brown 
Janice Edmondson 



Dr. R. H. Moore 



FACULTY ADVISORS 



Prof. Jack Prince 



Prof. James Ferguson 



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Seated: Kazar, Allen. 

Standing: Hancock, Tuniks, Millsaps, Davis, Doggett, McGee, Babington. 



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The Beethovan Club is a musical version of an Honorary. Besides listening to the 
music of the masters and discussing things musical, they often present excellent programs. 

OFFICERS 

President -------- MARY ANN BABINCTON 

Vice-President ------- ELEANOR MILLSAPS 

Secretary --------- MARIANNE HANCOCK 

Treasurer ----------- CALINA TUNIKS 



Helen Davis 
Laura Ceil Allen 
Marianne Hancock 
Galina Tuniks 
Marianne Kazar 



MEMBERS 

Tan McGee 
Barbara Myers 
Eleanor Millsaps 
Harriet Crisler 
Aspasia Athas 



Karolyn Doggett 
Nona Ewing 
Bob Blount 



FACULTY ADVISOR 

Mrs. J. L. Roberts 



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Row 1: Collins, McMath, Roseberry. 

Row 2: Pounds, Covington, Whitehouse, Arrington. 



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These students of Psychology have joined hands in the Millsaps Psychological Society 
and have as their main interest the furthering of the study of psychology at Millsaps. 



OFFICERS 

President ----- B. F. McMATH 

Vice-President ------- BARBARA ROSEBERRY 

Secretary --------- CAROLYN COLLINS 

Treasurer --------- JIM WHITEHOUSE 



John T. Lewis 
Allie Frazier 
Charles Scott 



MEMBERS 

Jimmy Pounds 
Tommy Arrington 
Fred DeLong 



Neil Covington 



One Hundred Fifty-Four 



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JACOBS AIRCRAFT CO. 




NEW CAPITAL TAILORS 


Municipal Airport — Jackson 




REWEAVING, ALTERATIONS 
REPAIRS, TAILORING 


A COMPLETE SERVICE 




FORMAL WEAR — RENTAL SERVICE 


L. M. JACOBS, Owner 




CUSTOM TAILORS 


Phone 3-9473 




429 E. Capitol St. 


UNITEX FLAT INTERIOR OIL, 






AND RUB-R-BOND FLOOR PAINTS 




NORTH STATE PHARMACY 


BEAUTIFUL WALLPAPER 




1808 N. State St. 


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JORDAN PAINT & WALLPAPER CO. 




"RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET 
FROM THE GIRL'S DORMITORIES" 


3917 Northview Drive Phone 3-5363 







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it Real Estate 

it Mortgage Loans 

^ Insurance 

"Our Growth a Reward 
----- For Service" 

Reid-McGee 

516 E. Capitol St. 
Dial 5-7451 

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"A MISSISSIPPI INSTITUTION 
OPERATING STATEWIDE" 


PATTERSON REXALL DRUG STORES 

DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION 
SPECIALISTS 

FREE DELIVERY 


CDULLET-LEA 

THEATRICAL PROMOTIONS 
CO-OPERATIVE CONCERTS 

Armand Coullet Mrs. D. C. Lea 


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JACKSON 

JITNEY -JUNGLE 

STORES 

JACKSON, MISS. 


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SPECIALIZING 

In SOPHISTICATED 

YOUNG FASHIONS 

ADELE'S 

OF MISSISSIPPI 

415 E. CAPITOL 



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FLOWERS f AND GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION 




JACKSON 

MISSISSIPPI 



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For "The Pause That Refreshes' 



JACKSON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

STEVENS 



SUITS BY HART, SCHAFNER & MARX 



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FLY with Dixie 

* COMPLETE AVIATION SERVICE 
» FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONS 
Phone 3-2628 

DIXIE AIR SERVICE, Inc. 

JACKSON AIR BASE 



OUR MOTTO - - - 

"Superb Cooking" 

BREAKFASTS — LUNCHES — DINNERS 

SHORT ORDERS 

STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE 

SNACK SHOP 

Open 24 Hours per Day 
1222 N. Stare St. Dial 4-9613 

DAVID L. JONES, Mgr. 



BETTER LIGHT FOR 



BETTER SIGHT 




MISSISSIPPI POWER & LIGHT CO. 

HELPING BUILD MISSISSIPPI FOR 
OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY 



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FASHION 

CAPITAL 

OF 

MISSISSIPPI 



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Fashion Headquarters for 

JUNIOR, MISS and MATRON 

WEARINC APPAREL 



146 E. Capitol 



Phone 4-8636 



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240 E. 

Capitol 
Jackson 




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MENS FINE APPAREL 



Mart 51 
Mississippi 



NDEPENDENT LINEN 
SERVICE COMPANY 

OF MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



CHEROKEE DRIVE IN 



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WELLS IDEAL CLEANERS 

207 N. State Street 
JACKSON, MISS. 

"EVERYTHING THE NAME IMPLIES" 

Dial 2-0031 



COMPLIMENTS 
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MONTGOMERY HARDWARE (0. 

3003 N. State St. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

ROSS BARNETT 




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Meadowbrook Lanes, Inc. 

and Grill 

420 Meadowbrook Road 
JACKSON, MISS 

R. J. "PETE" ARNOLD 
Your Host 



PRUITT PHOTO 
SERVICE 



A PORTRAIT 



LIVES FOREVER" 



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Exclusive Underwood Agents in this Territory 




Underwood Standard Electric, 
Portable Typewriters 

Sundstrand Adding - Figuring 
Machines 

Friden Calculators 

A. 13. Dick Mimeograph 

Ditto Duplicators 

Edison Voice Writers 

Speedrite Check Writers 

Underwood - Elliott - Fisher 
Bookkeeping Machines 



School Supplies 

Bulletin Boards 

Books 

Schaeffer, Parker, Esterbrook Pens 
and Pencils 

Cameras and Photographic Supplies 

Stationery 

Art Supplies 

Office Furniture 




THE OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 

COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS 

517 E. Capitol St. JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Stores Also Located In: 

VICKSBURG, LAUREL, GREENVILLE, GREENWOOD 



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