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EDITOR 

JOHN W. MOORE 



BUSINESS MANAGER 

HENRY P. MILLS, JR. 






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The Address of Acceptance 

The Inaugural Assembly 




PRESIDENT FINGER 



This year Millsaps College is under the guidance of a new president, Homer Ellis 
Finger, Jr. Mr. Finger was inaugurated in an impressive ceremony on October 30, 1952. 
-He has entered his new task with enthusiasm, hard work, and great dreams for our 
college. He has already initiated many advances; because of his keen mind. Christian 
character, leadership ability, and concern for both the students and scholastic program, 
we feel confident that under his direction this advance will continue in the years ahead. 

The 1953 Bobashela staff is proud to dedicate this annual to President Finger, wish- 
ing him great success and looking forward to a "greater Millsaps College." 



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WILLIAM EMIL REICKEN 

Dean of Faculty 

Professor of Biology 

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



RAY S. MUSCRAVE 

Dean of Students 

Professor of Psychology 

A.B., Bethany College; 

A.M., Ohio Wesleyan University; 

Ph.D., Syracuse University 




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MARY B. STONE 

Dean of Women 

Associate Professor of English 

A.B,, Randolph-Macon Woman's College; 

A.M., and Advanced Graduate Work, 

George Peabody College 



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PAUL D. HARDIN 

Registrar 

Associate Professor of English 

A.B., Millsaps College; 

A.M., Duke University; 

Graduate Work, University of Southern California 





JAMES W. WOOD 

Business Manager 

B.S., Mississippi State College 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Term Expires in 1953 



W. E. Bufkin 

R. L. Ezelle, LL.D., 

President 
Rev. B. M. Hunt, D.D. 
Rev. V. R. Landrum 



John McEachin 

W. O. Tatum 

Rev. L. P. Wasson, D.D. 

Rev. J. D. Wroten, D.D. 



Term Expires in 1956 

Rev. W. J. Cunningham, Rev. W. B. Selah, D.D. 

D.D. Rev. J. D. Slay 

John Egger F. B. Smith 

Rev. N. J. Golding, D. D., Virgil D. Youngblood 

Secretary A. B. Campbell, Treasurer 

A. L. Rogers 



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MAGNOLIA COULLET 



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C. M. BARTLING — Director of Physical Education 
and Coach; B.B.A., University of Mississippi . . . 
MAGNOLIA COULLET — Associate Professor of 
Latin; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., University of 
Pennsylvania; Graduate Work, American Academy in 
Rome, University of Chicago; B.M., Belhaven College; 
Graduate Work in Voice, Bordeaux, France . . . 



ELIZABETH CRAIG — Associate Professor of French; 
A.B., Barnard College, Columbia University; A.M., 
Columbia University; Diplome de la Sorbonne, Ecole de 
Preparation des Professeurs de Francais a I'Etranger, 
Faculty of Letters, University of Paris . . . FRANCES 
ELIZABETH DECELL — Director of Physical Educa- 
tion for Women; A. A., Whitworth College; A.B., Mill- 



CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY 



EB C. GIRVIN 



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Twenty-One 



FRANCES ELIZABETH DECELL 



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saps College; A.M., University of Alabama . . . NEAL 
BOND FLEMING — Professor of Philosophy; A.B., 
B.D., Emory University; S.T.M., Ph.D., Boston Univer- 
sity . . . CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY — Associate 
Professor of Physics; B.S., Millsaps College; A.M., and 
Advanced Graduate Work, Duke University . . . EB 
C. GIRVIN — Professor of Biology; A.B., A.M., Ph.D., 



The University of Texas . . . MARGUERITE WATKINS 
GOODMAN — Associate Professor of English; A.B., 
Agnes Scott College; A.M., Tulane University . . . 
LANCE COSS — Assistant Professor of Speech; A.B., 
Millsaps College; A.M., Northwestern University . . . 
WILLIAM CHARLES GUEST — Assistant Professor of 
Biology; A.B., M.S., Emory University. 



MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN 



LANCE GOSS 



WILLIAM CHARLES GUEST 





NELLIE KHAYAT HEDERI 



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ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON — Professor of Classical Languages and 
German; A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Ph.D., University 
of Pennsylvania; Graduate Work, University of Leipzig . . . ROBERT 
RAYMOND HAYNES — Professor of Education; A.B., LL.D , Univer- 
sity of Tennessee; Vice Consul of the United States in Scotland and 
England; A.M., and Advanced Graduate Work, George Peabody Col- 
ege . . . NELLIE KHAYAT HEDERI — Instructor of Spanish; B.A., 
Mississippi Stale College for Women; M.A., Tulane University . . . 
NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY — Instructor of Secretarial Studies; 
A.B., Mississippi State College for Women . . . FRANKLIN WARD 
JAMES — Associate Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Mississippi College; 
Ph.D., University of North Carolina. 



ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON 
NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY 
FRANKLIN WARD JAMES 



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Twenty-Three 



ALVIN JON KING 

JAMES J. LIVESAY 

ROSS HENDERSON MOORE 



ALVIN JON KING — Director of Millsaps Singers; Oberlin Conserva- 
tory of Music; Northwestern School of Music; Christiansen Choral 
School; Private Study with W. S. B. Mathews, Fannie Zeisler, and 
Prower Symonds . . . JAMES J. LIVESAY — Director of Public Rela- 
tions and Alumni Secretary; A.B., Millsaps College . . . RAYMOND 
LOYD MclLVENNA — Professor of Political Science; A B., V^/ilia- 
mette University; A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University . . . GEORGE 
LAMAR MADDOX, JR. — Assistant Professor of Sociology; B.A., Mill- 
saps College; S.T.B., M.A., Boston University . . . ROSS HENDERSON 
MOORE — Professor of History; B.S., M.S., Millsaps College; A.M., 
University of Chicago; Ph.D., Duke University. 



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GEORGE LAMAR MADDOX, JR. 





MILDRED LILLIAN MOREHEAD 



JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE 



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MILDRED LILLIAN MOREHEAD — Associate Profes- 
sor of English; A.B., Mississippi State College for 
Women; A.M., Duke University . . . JOSEPH BAILEY 
PRICE — Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Millsaps Col- 
lege; M.S., University of Mississippi; Ph.D., Louisiana 
State University . . . RICHARD R. PRIDDY — Profes- 
sor of Geology; B.S. in Ed., Ohio Northern University; 
A.M., Ph.D., Ohio State University . . . THOMAS 



LEE REYNOLDS — Professor of Mathematics; B.S.. 
Guilford College; A.M., Ph.D., University of North 
Carolina . . . ARNOLD A. RITCHIE — Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics; B.S., Northeastern State Col- 
lege of Oklahoma; M.S., Oklahoma A. and M. College; 
Advanced Graduate Work at Oklahoma A. and M. and 
the University of Tennessee. 



EDWARD MARVIN STEEL, JR. 



ELBERT STEPHEN WALLACE 



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THOMAS LEE REYNOLDS 



ARNOLD A. RITCHIE 



ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS 



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Twenty-Five 



ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS — Professor of Ro- 
mance Languages; A.B., Southwestern (Texas) ; A.B., 
Yale University; Rhodes Scholar, 1907-1910; A.B., 
A.M., University of Oxford . . . EDWARD MARVIN 
STEEL, JR. — Assistant Professor of History; A.B., 
Harvard College; A.M., University of North Carolina . . 
ELBERT STEPHEN WALLACE — Professor of Eco- 
nomics; A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., 
Ph.D., Duke University . . . MILTON CHRISTIAN 



WHITE — Professor of English; A.B., Birmingham- 
Southern College; A.M., Harvard University; Ph.D., 
University of Wisconsin . . . JAMES DAUSEY WRO- 
TEN, JR. — Professor of Religion; A.B., Millsaps Col- 
lege; B.D., Southern Methodist University; A.M., Ed. 
D., Columbia University . . . KARL WOLFE — Art; 
B.F.A., Chicago Art Institute, William M. R. French 
Fellowship; Study abroad for one year; Study and 
teaching Pennsylvania School of Art Summer School. 



JAMES DAUSEY WROTEN, JR. 



KARL WOLFE 



MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE 





BUSINESS STAFF 

MRS. FRANCIS W. SHELTON 
Bookkeeper 

JEAN PATRICK 
Assistant, Business Office 

MRS. DOROTHY B. NETTLES 
Cashier 



RECISTORS STAFF 

MRS. ANNE DE MOSS 
Assistant, Registrar's Office 

MRS. JESSE P. JORDAN 
Secretary to the Dean 

BEATRICE PACE 
Assistant, Registrar's Office 

CAROLYN BUFKIN 
Assistant to the Registrar 



LIBRARY STAFF 



PROF. A. C. SANDERS 
Chairman, Library Committee 



MADGE SPIVA 
Assistant Librarian 



BETHANY C. SWEARINCEN 
Associate Librarian 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Annabelle Crisler 
Secretary-Treasurer 




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FIRST ROW — JAMES E. ALLEN, Economics, KA, 
JacKon; ANN ANDERSON, English, Chi O, Jackson; 
MARY ANN BABINCTON, Piano, Phi Mu, Meadville; 
LYNN BACOT, History, Vikings, Holmesville ; DAVID 
H. BALIUS, Music Education, PiKA. Biloxi; JIMMY 
BENSON, English, Meridian. 

ROW TWO — ROBERT E. BLOUNT, Biology, KS, 
Ft. Sam Houston, Texas; MARCO ANTONIO BOLAN- 
OS, Chemistry, LXA, Guatemala City, Guatemala, 
Central America; BUDDY BOLTON, Psychology, Mo- 
bile, Alabama; CHARLES BOYLES, Philosophy, Jack- 
son; JO ANN BRATTON, Sociology, KD, Greenville; 
VIRGINIA BREAZEALE, Sociology, Phi Mu, Dodds- 
ville. 

THIRD ROW — CECILE BROWN, Education, Phi Mu, 
Jackson; DIANE LOUISE BROWN, Education, Chi O, 



Greenville; JAMES DUDLEY BROWN, Psychology, 
Winona; LOUISE BURTON, Education, Phi Mu, Jack- 
son; TAYLOR D. CAFFEY, Chemistry, KS, Duck Hill; 
GLENN CAIN, Political Science, KS, Durant. 

FOURTH ROW — MARGUERITE CAIN, Sociology, 
Chi 0, Jackson; MONA REE CANODE, Education, 
BSO, Rome; MILDRED M. CARPENTER, Sociology, 
Water Valley; VAN CAVETT, History, KS, Jackson; 
RODNEY CLEMENT, Biology, PiKA, Jackson; NEIL 
COVINGTON, Psychology, LXA, Brookhaven. 

FIFTH ROW — JOHN CRABS, Economics, Earle, Ark- 
ansas; ANNABELLE CRISLER, Education, Phi Mu, 
Jackson; PAT CURTIS, Economics, Kosciusko; HUN- 
TER B. DANIEL, Chemistry, Jackson; MARGUERITE 
DENNY. French, KD, Jackson; MARY ANN DERRICK, 
Education, Viking, Jackson. 



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Bratton 

Caffey 
Clement 

Denny 



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Breazeale 

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FIRST ROW — KATIE JO EASLEY, Psychology, Mc- 
Comb; VIRGINIA EDGE, English, KD, Jackson; A. W. 
ELLIS, JR., Mathematics, New Augusta; JOHN NOW- 
ELL ESTES, Chemistry, KA, Grenada; NONA EWING, 
Music Education, Chi O, Tupelo; ALLIE MITCHELL 
FRAZIER, Philosophy, PiKA, Shaw. 

SECOND ROW — BILL FUZAK, Economics, KA, 
Jackson; EWIN DILLENO GABY, JR., Physics, PiKA, 
Jackson; BETTY GIFFIN, English, BSO, Louisville; 
GLENNA GOODWIN, English, KD, Jackson; WIL- 
LIAM E. GOSS, JR., History, LXA, Brookhaven; JOHN 
E. GRIFFIN, Religion, KS, Montgomery, Alabama. 

THIRD ROW — IMOGENE HARRELL, English, BSO, 
Silver City; BETTY ANN HARRIS, Sociology, KD. 
Jackson; DURWOOD L. HARRISON, JR., Chemistry, 
KS, Calhoun City; THOMAS HETRICK, Economics, 



Norsemen, Jackson; BRYANT HORNE, Economics, 
KA, Jackson; NAN HOWELL, Education, KD, Jacks- 
son. 

FOURTH ROW — JOANNE HUGGINS, Education, 
BSO, Waynesboro; BETSY HULEN, Economics, Chi O, 
Jackson; ROBERT HUNT, Sociology, Jackson; HARRY 
T. HUTCHINSON, Physics, KS, Vicksburg; BARKS- 
DALE JOHNSTON, Education, Chi 0, Jackson; LON- 
NIE JOHNSTON, Sociology, Itta Bena. 

FIFTH ROW — TOMMY JOLLY, Economics, KS, 
Monticello; A. RAYBURN JONES, Psychology, Barlow; 
DAN T. KEEL, JR., Chemistry, PiKA, Florence; VIR- 
GINIA KELLY, Education, BSO, Jackson; JOY FAY 
KINNEBREW, Education, Jackson; JOSEPHINE 
LAMPTON, English, BSO, Tylertown. 



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FIRST ROW — PAT LEEP, Sociology, Chi O, Jack- 
son; ANNIE GREER LEONARD, Education, KD, Jack- 
son; ELIZABETH LESTER, English, Chi O, Jackson; 
B. F. LEWIS, Religion, Norsemen, Jackson; T. W. 
LEWIS, Sociology, KS, Columbus; WILBUR LUKE, 
Geology, LXA, Jackson. 

SECOND ROW -- MARY ELIZABETH McDANIEL, 
Education, BSO, Flora; MARY LOU McGEE, Education, 
KD, Ackerman; MARY FRANCES McMURRY, Educa- 
tion, BSO, Jackson; GRETCHEN MARS, Biology, KD, 
Philadelphia; ADALEE MATHENY, Education, Vikings, 
Woodville; HENRY PIPES MILLS, JR., Physics, KA, 
Jackson. 

THIRD ROW — MARTHA SUE MONTGOMERY, 
Biology, Vikings, Fort Walton, Florida; BILLY MOORE, 
Geology, KS, Indianola; JOHN W. MOORE, English, 



PiKA, Hattiesburg; STEVEN L. MOORE, Chemistry, 
Brandon; COLA CATHERINE O'NEAL, Education, KD, 
Laurel; MARY ANN O'NEIL, Education, Vikings, 
Jackson. 

FOURTH ROW — SHIRLEY PARKER, English, Vik- 
ings, Redwood; TULANE ELZY POSEY, JR., Political 
Science, KS, Tupelo; JESSE 0. REED JR., Biology, 
Jackson; GEORGE REID, Economics, PiKA, Jackson; 
JULIUS T. REYNOLDS, JR., Political Science, Jackson; 
ROBERT L. RICHTER, Economics, KS, Greenwood. 

FIFTH ROW — ANNE ROBERTS, Sociology, Vikings, 
Montgomery, Alabama; JOHN C. SANDEFUR, Chem- 
istry, PiKA, Vicksburg; SARA JO SELBY, Education, 
BSO, Charleston; THOMAS H. SIMMONS, Biology, 
PiKA, Meridian; Rachel Simpson, Education, Chi O, 
Yazoo City; BETTY SMALL, History, KD, Jackson. 







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Montgomery 

Parker 

Roberts 



Lewis, B. 

Mars 
Moore, S. 

Reid 
Simmons 



Lewis, T. 
Matheny 

O'Neal 
Reynolds 

Simpson 



Luke 
Mills 
O'Neil 
Richter 
Small 



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FIRST ROW — WILLIAM E, SMALLWOOD, Sociol- 
ogy, PiKA, Tylertown; CLAUDE SMITH, Economics, 
PiKA, Jackson; EARL H. SMITH, Physics, Jackson; 
V. K. SMITH, JR., Political Science, PiKA, Jackson; 
WILLIAM L. STEWART, Psychology, KS, Culfport; 
CHARLES R. SOMMERS, Geology, LXA, Jackson. 

SECOND ROW — CATHERINE SWAYZE, Education, 
Chi O, Jackson; VICTORIA TAYLOR, Biology, Vik- 
ings, Noxapater; DREW TOWNES, Chemistry, KA, 
Grenada; MARIE TURNAGE, Education, BSO, Gren- 
ada; LARRY WALLACE, Sociology, KS, Hollandale; 
KEARNEY R. WALTERS, Voice, Jackson. 



THIRD ROW — SARA JANE WASSON, Chemistry, 
BSO, West Point; JOHNNIE WEBB, Education, Phi 
Mu, Jackson; EMILIA WEBER, Sociology, Vikings, 
Jackson; PEYTON WEEMS, Mathematics, KS, Lake; 
MARTIN FRANCIS WHITE, Sociology, Woodville, 
WILLIAM WHITMORE, Economics, Jackson. 

FOURTH ROW — BURWELL WILLIAMS, Religion, 
Hickory; KATHLEEN BOLEWARE WINDHAM, Edu- 
cation, Jackson; HILLMAN WOLFE, English, Jackson; 
MRS. JIMMIE H. WOLFE, Religion, Jackson; JOSEPH 
E. YOUNG, Sociology, Corinth. 



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Swayze 
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Wolfe, H. 



Wolfe, J. 



Young 



E. Finger, Jr. is the sixth president of Millsaps College. 
Thirty-Five 



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ROSEMARY K, ANDERSON - - - - Jackson 
Vikings 

DORIS BARNETT ------ Hermanville 

BSO 

JAMES BARRY BRINDLEY - - Fort Hood, Texas 
LXA 

ROBERT BURST -------- Jackson 

KS 

MARY LOUISE CAMPBELL - - - - Greenwood 
Vikings 

EVA FRANCES COOK ------ Natchez 

KAROLYN DOGGETT ------ Kossuth 

Chi O 

PAUL E. EDVv/ARDS .------ Ludlow 

KS 

Vv/INNIE NELL FOSTER ------ Maben 

CHRIS CRILLIS -------- Jackson 

JERRY GULLEDGE ------ Crystal Springs 

KS 

LYNN REID HAMILTON - Fayetteville, Tennessee 
KA 

JAMES HARDIN -------- Jackson 

PiKA 

CLARENCE CHARLES KOSKIE - - - - Jackson 



CHARLES LE SIEUR ------- Jackson 

DAVID McFARLAND ------- Jackson 

GEORGE PIRIE -------- Salisbury 

LXA 

JOE SCHMITT --------- Jackson 

CHARLES V^/. SCOTT ------- Jackson 

PiKA 

OLIVER SCOTT -------- Florence 

GARY ARNOLD SNEED ------ Osyka 

KA 

GENE SPARKS -------- Hillsboro 

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

KA 

MARILYN VIOLETTE ------- Jackson 

ADPi 

JOHN EDMUND V^ALLACE ----- Sanford 

MARY NELL WILLIAMS ----- Jackson 
KD 

JOHN CECIL U'lLLIAMSON - - - - Greenwood 

EUGENE J. YELVERTON ----- Jackson 
KS 



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UNPERCLASSMEN 





Adams 
Sophomore 

Alexander 
Junior 

Allen 
Junior 

Allen, Fay 
Freshman 

Allen, Pat 
Freshman 



Anders 
Junior 

Anderson 
Freshman 

Anderson, Shirley 
Freshman 

Athas 
Junior 

Aust 
Jun.or 



Awad 
Freshman 

Babbit 
Sophomore 

Bailey 
Freshman 

Baldwin 
Sophomore 

Ballard 
Freshman 



Bardin 
Freshman 

Barfield 
Freshman 

Barfield, Henry 
Freshman 



Barksdale 
Sophomore 



Bell. D. 
Freshman 

Bennett 
Freshman 



Bishop 
Freshman 



Black, Charlotte 
Freshman 



Black, Clarice 
Sophomore 

Blackwood 
Junior 

Blumer 
Sophomore 

Boackle 
Freshman 

Boackle, Lois Ann 
Junior 



Boone 
Freshman 

Booth 

Junior 

Boswell 
Freshman 

Bowers 
Sophomore 

Boxwell 
Freshman 



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FIRST ROW 

JAMES LELAND ADAMS - - - - Fannin, Miss. 
Sophomore 

ROBERT D. ALEXANDER - - - Pontotoc, Miss 
Junior 

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

Junior — PiKa 

MYRNA FAYE ALLEN ----- Vancleave 
Freshman 

PATRICK G. ALLEN ------- Jackson 

Freshman — KS 

SECOND ROW 

DAN RANEY ANDERS - Jackson 

Junior — KS 

ANN LOUISE ANDERSON ----- Jackson 
Frenshman — ChiO 

SHIRLEY JEAN ANDERSON - - - - Greenwood 
Freshman 

ASPASIA ATHAS ------- Greenwood 

Junior 

JULIS EVELYN AUST ------ Clarksdale 

Junior — ChiO 

THIRD ROW 

JOHN MICHAEL AWAD - Jackson 

Freshman 

ADELAIDE DUNBAR BABBITT - - - - Natchez 
Sophomore — Phi Mu 

SAMUEL C. BAILEY ------- Meridian 

Freshman 

JAMES PATRICK BALDWIN ----- Laurel 
Sophomore 

BARBARA JEAN BALLARD ----- Tchula 
Freshman — BSO 

FOURTH ROW 

RAY KEITH BARDIN ------- Jackson 

Freshman 

ELIZABETH ANN BARFIELD - - - - Jackson 
Freshman — Phi Mu 

HENRY V. BARFIELD - - Jackson 

Freshman — KS 

CAROLYN L. BARIA Gulfport 

Junior — Vikings 

RICHARD F. BARKSDALE ----- Madison 
Sophomore 

FIFTH ROW 

DON K. BELL - - - Jackson 

Freshman 

MARTHA WORTH BENNETT - - - - Jackson 
Freshman — ChiO 

JACK R. BIRCHUM ----- Norman, Okla. 
Junior — PhlDTheta 



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SHIRLEY M. BISHOP ------- Jackson 

Freshman — BSO 

CHARLOTTE ANN BLACK ----- Jackson 
Freshman — ChiO 

SIXTH ROW 

CLARICE BLACK --------- Drew 

Sophomore — Phi Mu 

WALLACE P. BLACKWOOD ----- Belzoni 
Sophomore — KS 

FRED E. BLUMER ------ Philadelphia 

Sophomore — KA 

CARREME H, BOACKLE - - - - Bessemer, Ala. 
Freshman — BSO 

LOIS ANN BOACKLE ----- Crystal Springs 
Junior — BSO 

SEVENTH ROW 

THOMAS H. BOONE - - - - Memphis, Tenn. 
Freshman — KS 

JO WARD BOOTH -------- Drew 

Junior — KD 

PATRICA ANN BOSWELL - - - - Greenville 
Freshman — ChiO 

NATHAN CONERLY BOWERS - - - - Jackson 
Sophomore 

BEVERLY BOXWELL ----- Amarillo, Tex. 
Freshman — ChiO 



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Branlley 
Junior 

Brenter 
Junior 

Broadv/ater 
Sophomore 

Brown 
Freshman 

Bunger 
Freshman 



Burch 
Freshman 

Burnett 
Sophomore 

Buskirk 
Sophomore 

Busse 
Jun.or 

Butler 
Freshman 



Butler, Beverly 
Sophomore 

Butts 
Sophomore 

Buzzard 
Sophomore 

Caldwell 
Junior 

Campbell 
Junior 



Campbell. Frances 
Freshman 

Campbell, Sue 
Freshman 

Carnes 
Sophomore 

Carpenter 
Freshman 

Carter. Ann 
Sophomore 



Carter. Harry 
Sophomore 

Cates 
Freshman 

CaMedge 
Freshman 

Chance 
Freshman 

Chatham 
Sophomore 



Cheek 
Sophomore 

Clark 
Junior 

Clark. Valda 
Junior 

Clayton 
Sophomore 

Clement. Clem 
Freshman 



Clement, Ethel 
Freshman 

Collette 
Freshman 

Collins 
Freshman 

Conner 
Freshman 

Cooper 
Junior 



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FIRST ROW 

MARLENE BRANTLEY ------ Jackson 

Junior — Phi Mu 

HOWARD J, BRENTNER ----- Trebloc 
Junior 

JOHN RALPH BROADWATER - - Crystal Springs 
Sophomore — KS 

BILLY BROWN -------- Jackson 

Freshman — KS 

CAROL ELAINE BUNGER ----- Jackson 
Freshman 

SECOND ROW 

WILLIAM E. BURCH ------- Jackson 

Freshman 

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

Sophomore 

JAMES B. BUSKIRK ------- Derma 

Sophomore 

NORMA J. BUSSE -------- Canton 

Junior — BSO 

ANN BUTLER --------- Jackson 

Freshman 

THIRD ROW 

BEVERLY C. BUTLER ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

ROBERT YATES BUTTS ------ Winona 

Sophomore 

LAVERNE E. BUZZARDE ----- Greenwood 
Sophomore — KS 

LUCRETIA T. CALDWELL ----- Philipp 
Junior — Vikings 

CHARLES W. CAMPBELL ------ West 

Junior — KS 

FOURTH ROW 

FRANCES CAMPBELL ------ Greenwood 

Freshman — KD 

HALLE SUE CAMPBELL ----- Hernando 
Freshman — Ptii Mi 

TOMMYE CARNES ------- Shelby 

Freshman — ChiO 

ALMA HYDE CARPENTER - - - Water Valley 
Freshman — Phi Mu 

ANN CARTER --------- Jackson 

Sophomore — ChiO 

FIFTH ROW 

HARRY W. CARTER ------- Jackson 

Sophomore — KA 

SARA JANE GATES -------- Tupelo 

Freshman — KD 

CHARLES N. CATLEDGE ----- Tutwiler 
Freshman — PiKA 



Forty-One 



JACK CHANCE -------- Jackson 

Freshman 

ANNE H. CHATHAM ------ Hernando 

Sophomore - Phi Mu 

SIXTH ROW 

HOWARD CHEEK -------- Grenada 

Sophomore — KA 

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

Junior 

VALDA CLARK -------- Jackson 

Junior 

JOANNA CLAYTON ------- Meridian 

Sophomore 

CLEM CLEMENTS ------ Crystal Springs 

Freshman 

SEVENTH ROW 

ETHEL CLEMENT -------- Jackson 

Freshman — ChiO 

FRANK COLLETTE ------- Jackson 

Freshman — KS 

STEPHEN COLLINS ------- Itta Bena 

Freshman — PiKA 

JACK M. CONNER -------- Jackson 

Freshman — LXA 

JACK COOPER -------- Starkville 

Junior — KA 



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Cooper 
Junior 

Corban 
Junior 

Costigan 
Junior 

Crawford 
Freshman 

Cumberland 
Junior 



Cunningham, E. 
Freshman 

Cunningham 
Junior 

Davis, Alleen 
Freshman 

Davis, Helen 
Sophomore 



Delong 



Dennis 
Junior 

Dixon 
Freshman 

Duckworth 
Freshman 

Dunbar 
Sophomore 

Dunn 
Freshman 



Durham 
Freshman 

Durrett 
Junior 

Edmondson 
Junior 

Edwards 
Sophomore 

Eiland 
Freshman 



Elliott 
Freshman 

Ely 
Freshman 

Epperson 
Junior 

Epp;nette 
Sophomore 

Ervin 
Freshman 



Eubanks 
Sophomore 

Farlow 
Junior 

Faulkner 
Sophomore 

Fenton 
Sophomore 

Ferriss 
Junior 



Flowers 
Freshman 

Ford 
Sophomore 

Foy 
Junior 

Fritz 
Freshman 

Caddy 
Freshman 

Forty-Two 



C^ke L{naercLassmen 



FIRST ROW 

JO ANN COOPER ------- Greenwood 

Junior — KD 

MACRUDER CORBAN ----- Ocean Springs 
Junior — PiKA 

EMILY COSTICAN ------- Greenwood 

Junior — KD 

JO ANNE CRAWFORD ----- Rolling Fork 
Freshman 

LONNIE A. CUMBERLAND ----- Sharon 
Junior 

SECOND ROW 

MAGDALENE CUNNINGHAM - - - - Jackson 
Junior 

ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM - - - - Jackson 
Freshman 

ALLEEN DAVIS -------- Jackson 

Freshman — ChiO 

HELEN E. DAVIS -------- Utica 

Sophomore 

FRED DELONG -------- Tutwiler 

Junior — PiKA 

THIRD ROW 

SARAH DENNIS -------- Morton 

Sophomore 

DeWITT A. DIXON ------- Vaughan 

Freshman 

FRANCES DUCKWORTH - - Brownsville, Tenn. 
Freshman — Phi Mu 

JACK DUNBAR ------- - Sumner 

Sophomore — PiKA 

MARY ETHEL DUNN ------ Holcomb 

Freshman 

FOURTH ROW 

CARLEEN DURHAM ------- Collins 

Freshman — Phi Mu 

LEROY DURRETT -------- Jackson 

Junior 

JANIS EDMONSON ------ - Jackson 

Junior — KD 

SHIRLEY ANN EDWARDS ----- Jackson 
Sophomore 

BARBARA JO EILAND ------ Jackson 

Freshman 

FIFTH ROW 

CHARLOTTE ELLIOTT ----- Greenwood 
Freshman — BSO 

WALTER ELY ------- - Greenville 

Freshman — PiKA 

EDWARD R. EPPERSON ----- Caledonia 
Junior — Norseman 



Forty-Three 



VERNON EPPINETTE ------ Natchez 

Sophomore — LXA 

RAIFORD H. ERVIN ----- Crystal Springs 
Freshman — KS 

SIXTH ROW 

ALFORD T. EUBANKS ----- Crystal Springs 
Sophomore — KS 

MINNIE L. FARLOW ------ Jackson 

Junior — ChiO 

PECGYE FALKNER ------- Germania 

Sophomore — Phi Mu 

JOHN FENTON ------- Rolling Fork 

Sophomore — KS 

ALFRED W. FERRISS ------- Jackson 

Sophomore — KA 

SEVENTH ROW 

MARY LOU FLOWERS ----- Greenwood 
Freshman — KD 

DEE FORD --------- Magnolia 

Sophomore — KD 

SYBIL FOY ---------- Jackson 

Junior — BSO 

SHIRLEY FRITZ -------- Jackson 

Freshman — BSO 

FAYE CADDY ------- Crystal Springs 

Freshman 



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Calloway 
Freshman 

Garrett 
Freshman 

Gibson 
Freshman 

Cilfoy 
Freshman 

Glorioso 
Junior 



Gossard 
Junior 

Grantham 
Junior 

Groves, Mary L. 
Freshman 

Craves, Riley 
Sophomore 

Greener 
Freshman 



Greenlee 
Freshman 

Grenough 
Freshman 

Grisham 
Freshman 

Haining 
Sophomore 

Hand 
Sophomore 



Haney 
Sophomore 

HardvKJck 
Sophomore 

Hardy 
Sophomore 

Harris 
Sophomore 

Hartness 
Sophomore 



Hawkins 
Sophomore 

Hayward 
Freshman 

Head, Helen 
Freshman 

Head, Sid 
Junior 

Hewitt 
Sophomore 



Hicks 

Sophomore 

Hight 
Junior 

Hillman 
Freshman 

Hilton 
Sophomore 

Hobbs 
Jun.or 



Hodges 
Junior 

Hollowell 
Freshman 

Holmes 
Sophomore 

Hontzos 
Freshman 

Hood 

Junior 

Forty-Four 



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ercLassmen 



FIRST ROW 

ANNA CALLOWAY - - ■ Balboa, Canal Zone 
Freshman — Phi Mu 

ALTON POWELL CARRETT - - Crystal Springs 
Freshman — KS 

SHIRLEY FAYE CIBSON ------ Canton 

Freshman 

KAREN CILFOY -------- Jackson 

Freshman — ChiO 

SAMMIE JOE CLORIOSO - - - - Itta Bena 
Junior — KS 

SECOND ROW 

EDGAR A. C0S5ARD ------- Meridian 

Junior 

MARY CRANTHAM ------- Jackson 

Junior — BSO 

MARY LYNN CRAVES ------ Jackson 

Freshman — ChiO 

RILEY CRAVES -------- Corinth 

Sophomore — ChiO 

EMILY ANN GREENER ------ Jackson 

Freshman — KD 

THIRD ROW 

BILLY GREENLEE -------- Jackson 

Freshman — KS 

ROBERT E. GRENOUGH ----- Escatawpa 
Freshman 

JOAN GRISHAM ------ New Albany 

Freshman 

JANIE HAININC ------- Yazoo City 

Sophomore — Phi Mu 

CAROLYN ANNE HAND ----- Jackson 
Sophomore — ChiO 

FOURTH ROW 

BESSIE MAE HANEY ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

BETTYE HARDWICK ------ Greenwood 

Sophomore — KD 

JOEL LEE HARDY ------ Buckatunna 

Sophomore 

GEORGE EDWARD HARRIS ----- Flora 
Sophomore 

GLORIA YVONNE HARTNESS - - - Kosciusko 
Sophomore — KD 

FIFTH ROW 

PRENTISS HARRY HAWKINS - - - - Canton 
Sophomore 

TERRY HAYWARD ------- Jackson 

Freshman — KA 

HELEN FAYE HEAD ------ Jackson 

Freshman — Phi Mu 



Forty-Five 



SID HEAD - - - - Columbia 

Junior — PiKA 

VIRGINIA HEWITT ------- Jackson 

Sophomore — ChiO 

SIXTH ROW 

FRANCES HICKS --------- Benton 

Sophomore — KD 

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

Junior 

BYRD HILLMAN -------- Union 

Freshman 

JERRY MARTIN HILTON ----- Florence 
Freshman 

JOE HOBBS ---------- Jackson 

Junior — Pika 

SEVENTH ROW 

LOUIS HODGES -------- Eupora 

Junior 

CHARLES EDGAR HOLLOWELL - - - - Canton 
Freshman — KA 

EUGENE HOLMES ------ Kosciusko 

Sophomore 

GUS PETE HONTZAS ------ Jackson 

Freshman 

JOHN ALLEN HOOD ------ Gloster 

Freshman 



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Hook 
Freshman 

Howell 
Freshman 

Howell, John M. 
Junior 

Howell, Johnny 
Sophomore 

Hubbard 
Freshman 



Hudspeth 
Freshman 

Hudson, Ruth 
Junior 

Hudson, Yeager 
Junior 

Hughes 
Sophomore 

Hunt 
Sophomore 



Hunter 
Freshman 

Isbell 
Freshman 

Jackson 
Freshman 

James 
Freshman 

Jennings 
Junior 



Johnson, Dick 
Freshman 

Johnson, Sara 
Freshman 

Johnson, Steele 
Sophomore 

Johnston 
Freshman 

Jones, Barbara 
Freshman 



Jones, Cecil 
Freshman 

Jones, Edwin 
Junior 

Jones, George 
Junior 

Jones. Jimmy 
Freshman 

Jones, Lowell 
Freshman 



Jones, Lucy Lee 
Freshman 

Jones, Read 
Freshman 

Keeton 
Freshman 

Kelly 
Junior 

Kent 

Freshman 



Keys 
Freshman 

Khayat 
Junior 

Kinchloe 
Freshman 

King, Joyce 
Sophomore 

King, Kotherine 
Sophomore 

Forty-Six 



C^ke (Jnaerciassnien 



FIRST ROW 

KATHERYN ANN HOOK ----- Jackson 
Freshman — ChiO 

JEANELLE HOWELL ------ Jackson 

Freshman — KD 

JOHN MICHAEL HOWELL ----- Forest 
Junior — PlKA 

JOHN RUSHING HOWELL ----- Durant 
Sophomore — KA 

JOHN R. HUBBARD ------- Jackson 

Freshman — PiKA 

SECOND ROW 

RUTH HUDSON ------- Florence 

Junior 

YEAGER HUDSON ------- Meridian 

Junior — Norsemen 

MARY CAROLYN HEDSPETH - - - - Jackson 
Freshman — ChiO 

JO GLYN HUGHES ------- Jackson 

Sophomore — Phi Mu 

GEORGE HUNT ------- Vicksburg 

Sophomore — PiKA 

THIRD ROW 

SARA HUNTER ----- Brownsville, Tenn. 
Freshman — Phi Mu 

DOROTHY L. ISBELL ------ Shannon 

Freshman 

BURTON JACKSON ------- Jackson 

Freshman — KA 

WILLIAM JOSEPH JAMES ----- Jackson 
Freshman 

AUDREY M. JENNINGS - - - - Chicago, III. 
Junior — Phi Mu 

FOURTH ROW 

SARA FRANCES JOHNSON ----- Cruger 
Freshman — BSO 

RICHARD F. JOHNSON ----- Jackson 
Freshman — KS 

STEELE JOHNSON ------- Jackson 

Sophomore — PiKA 

RUTHEL ANNETTE JOHNSTON - - - Tupelo 
Freshman 

BARBARA MAE JONES ------ Jackson 

Freshman — ChiO 

FIFTH ROW 

CECIL B. JONES ------- Vicksburg 

Freshman 

DANIEL LOWELL JONES ----- Jackson 
Freshman 

EDWIN HOUSTON JONES ----- Jackson 
Junior — PiKA 



Forty-Seven 



GEORGE K. JONES ----- Nashville, Tenn. 
Junior — KS 

JAMES LOCKE JONES - - - - Kosciusko 

Freshman 

SIXTH ROW 

LUCY LEE JONES ------ Litchfield, III. 

Freshman — ChiO 

READ JONES --------- Saltillo 

Freshman — PiKA 

GLADYS KEETON ------- Jackson 

Freshman — KD 

ROBERT CHARLES KELLEY ----- Jackson 
Junior — PiKA 

ANNE KENT -------- Grenada 

Freshman 

SEVENTH ROW 

BOBBY KEYS --------- Collins 

Freshman — LXA 

EDNA KHAYAT ------- Moss Point 

Junior — KD 

NONA KINCHLOE ------- Winona 

Freshman — Phi Mu 

KATHERINE KING ------- Gulfport 

Sophomore 

JOYCE KING --------- Onward 

Sophomore — BSO 



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Kux 
Junior 

Lamon 
Freshman 

Lansing 
Junior 

Lauchly 
Freshman 

Lawson 
Freshman 



Lee, Albert 
Sophomore 

Lee. Joan 
Freshman 

Lester 
Freshman 

Lewis 
Freshman 

Little 
Junior 



Loflin 
Freshman 

Long, James 
Sophomore 

Long, Jerry 
Freshman 

Lott, John 
Sophomore 

Lott, Sue 
Sophomore 



Louis 
Junior 

Loper 
Junior 

Love 
Sophomore 

Lovett 
Freshman 

Lowe 
Freshman 



Lowery 
Freshman 

Lucas 
Junior 

Lytle 
Freshman 

McCarter 
Junior 

McCorty, Ben 
Sophomore 



MrCartv. Scott 
Freshman 

McCaskell 
Sophomore 

McCormack 
Freshman 

McCullar 
Jun or 

McElroy 
Sophomore 



McCrath 
Junior 

McCuire 
Freshman 

Mclnvale 
Sophomore 

McKee 
Sophomore 

McKinley 
Junior 

Forty-Eight 



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FIRST ROW 

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

Junior — BSO 

CAROLYN LAMON ----- Memphis, Tenn. 
Freshman 

JANELLA LANSING ------- McComb 

Junior — KD 

EUGENIA LAUCHLEY ------ Jackson 

Freshman — ChiO 

MOLLIE LAWSON ------- Jackson 

Freshman — KD 

SECOND ROW 

ALBERT B. LEE ------ - Greenwood 

Sophomore — PiKA 

MARGARET JOAN LEE - - - - - Greenwood 
Freshman — ChiO 

VINCEN EUGENE LESTER - - - - Batesville 
Freshman — LXA 

HENRY EZELLE LEWIS ------ Jackson 

Freshman — KA 

JOHN B. LITTLE -------- Jackson 

Junior — KA 

THIRD ROW 

JACK MILTON LOFLIN ------- Star 

Freshman 

JAMES ENOCHS LONG ----- Hazlehurst 
Sophomore — KA 

JERRY J. LONG ------- Hazlehurst 

Freshman 

JOHN BERTRAND LOTT ----- Columbus 
Sophomore — PiKA 

DOROTHY SUE LOTT ------ Belzoni 

Sophomore — ChiO 

FOURTH ROW 

TOM LOUIS --------- Vicksburg 

Junior — PiKA 

EUGENE LOPER -------- Jackson 

Junior — LXA 

THOMAS C. LOVE ------ Coffeeville 

Sophomore 

LAURA REBECCA LOVETT ----- Morton 
Freshman 

REGINALD SHAW LOWE ----- Winona 
Fresliman — KS 

FIFTH ROW 

JOHN LOWERY -------- McComb 

Freshman — KS 

MOLLY LUCAS --------- Jackson 

Freshman — BSO 

DAVID L. LYTLE ------ Houston, Tex. 

Freshman — LXA 



Forty-Nine 



REMUS LAYRELLE McCARTER - - - - Eupora 
Sophomore 

BEN McCARTY -------- Jackson 

Sophomore — KA 

SIXTH ROW 

LUTHER SCOTT McCARTY ----- Jackson 
Freshman — KA 

JOE BARRY McCASKILL ----- McComb 
Sophomore 

MARIANNE McCORMACK ----- Corinth 
Freshman — BSO 

LINDA LOU McCULLAR ------ Durant 

Junior — ChiO 

ANN McELROY ------- Lauderdale 

Sophomore — BSO 

SEVENTH ROW 

LYNN McGRATH ------- - Canton 

Junior — KD 

PATRICIA ANN McGUIRE ----- Baldwyn 
Freshman — ChiO 

DOROTHY ANNE MclNVALE - - - - Laurel 
Sophomore — KD 

ALICE McKEE --------- Jackson 

Sophomore — ChiO 

WILLIAM EDWARD McKINLEY - - - Jackson 
Junior — KS 



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Junior 

McNatt 
Junior 

McShane 
Freshman 

Malvaney 
Junior 

Mangum 
Junior 



Martin 
Freshman 

Mathis 
Junior 

Mobley 
Freshman 

Monroe 
Freshman 

Moore. Elinor 
Junior 



Moore. Frances 
Freshman 

Moore, Powers 
Freshman 

Morse 
Freshman 

Murphy 
Freshman 

Myers. Barbara 
Junior 



Myers. Robert 
Junior 

Nabor:, 
Sophomore 

Nail 
Sophomore 

Nash 
Junior 



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Neeiy 
Freshman 



Neill 
Sop'-omore 

Newell 
Sop'iomore 

Noble 
Freshman 

Norton 
Junior 

O'Neil 
Junior 



Osborn 
Sophomore' 

Overton 
Sophomore 

Page 
Junior 

Parker. Ray 
Junior 

Parker, Tommy 



Patrick 
Sop'iomore 

Pearson 
Freshman 

Peevy 
Junior 

Pickering 
Freshman 

Pierce 
Freshman 



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FIRST ROW 

HUGH CARL McLELLAN ----- Durant 
Junior — LXA 

GEORGE PATRICK McNATT - - - - Florence 
Junior 

ANN McSHANE ------- Greenwood 

Freshman — BSO 

ERROL DELMAN MALVANEY - - - Columbia 
Junior — KA 

FRANK MANGUM ------ Philadelphia 

Junior — KA 

SECOND ROW 

JANE ANN MARTIN ------ Gulfport 

Freshman — KD 

DOUGLAS MATHIS ----- Crystal Springs 
Junior — LXA 

FLOYD MOBLEY -------- Jackson 

Freshman 

JOYCE RHEA MONROE - - Wheatley, Arkansas 
Freshman 

MARY ELINOR MOORE ------ Morton 

Junior — Phi Mu 

THIRD ROW 

TOMYE FRANCES MOORE - - - New Albany 
Freshman 

WESLEY POWERS MOORE - - - - Jackson 
Freshman — KS 

CYNTHIA MORSE -------- Jackson 

Freshman — Chi O 

EMMA NELL MURPHY ----- Carthage 
Freshman 

BARBARA MYERS ------ Greenwood 

Junior — KD 

FOURTH ROW 

ROBERT SHELTON MYERS ----- Jackson 
Junior — PiKA 

LESLIE NABORS -------- Tutwiler 

Sophomore 

MARTHA JO NALL ------- Jackson 

Sophomore — KD 

FRANK NASH -------- Greenville 

Junior — LXA 

MORRIS GLENDALE NEELY ----- Jackson 
Freshman 

FIFTH ROW 

NORMA JEAN NEILL ------ Gulfport 

Sophomore — KD 

NORMA NEWELL -------- Jackson 

Sophomore — Phi Mu 

NANCY NOBLE -------- Jackson 

Freshman — Phi Mu 



Fifty-One 



NORMA NORTON ------- Lorman 

Junior 

ARTHUR O'NEIL - - - - - - - - Jackson 

Sophomore — KS 

SIXTH ROW 

MARJORIE ANN ORSBORN - - - Greenwood 
Sophomore — KD 

CLAYTON JUSTUS OVERTON - - - - Jackson 
Junior — KA 

LESLIE PAGE --------- Grenada 

Junior — PiKA 

ROY ACTON PARKER ------ Jackson 

Sophomore 

THOMAS E. PARKER ------ McComb 

Junior — KA 

SEVENTH ROW 

JEANNE PATRICK ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

RUTH ANN PEARSON ----- Glen Allen 
Freshman 

PEGGY PEEVEY -------- Richton 

Junior — Phi Mu 

SAMMIE DEAN PICKERING - - - - Belzoni 
Freshman — Chi 

JACQUELINE ADAIR PIERCE - - - - Jackson 
Freshman — Chi 



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Junior 

Pigott, W. D. 
Junior 

Phillips 
Sophomore 

Planch 
Freshman 

Polk 
Sophomore 



Poole 
Freshmar 



Powell. David 



Powell. William 
Freshman 

Price, Roy 



Price, T. D. 
Sophomore 

Price, Tommie 
Freshman 

Puckett 
Junior 

Punshon 
Junior 

Ragan 
Freshman 



Reese 
Freshman 

Renegor 
Sophomore 

Ridgeway 
Sophomore 

Riecken 
Freshman 

Robbins 
Freshman 



Robinson. Lucy 
Sophomore 

Robinson. M. 
Sophomore 

Roby 
Freshman 

Ross 
Freshman 

Rushing 
Freshman 



Russell 
Junior 

Rutledge 
Sophomore 

Ryan 
Junior 

Sally 
Junior 

Sanchez 
Freshman 



Sanders, Dot 
Freshman 

Sanders, Jeanette 
Junior 

Sandfrs, Virginia 
Freshman 

Sonford 
Sophomore 

Sch mpf 
Sophomore 



C^ke L{naercL 



ercLassmen 



FIRST ROW 

CHARLES HAYMES PICOTT - - - - Meridian 
Junior 

WILTON DUPREE PICOTT - - - - Tylertown 
Junior 

MARY HELEN PHILLIPS ------ Flora 

Sophomore — BSO 

CHARLES ALLEN PLANCH ----- Jackson 
Freshman 

HOWELL DOUCLAS POLK ----- Corinrh 
Sophomore — KS 

SECOND ROW 

CAROL POOLE -------- Jackson 

Freshman — BSO 

ERNEST RAY PORTER ----- Rose Hill 
Freshman 

DAVID D. POWELL ------ Gulfport 

Junior — KS 

WILLIAM FRANK POWELL - - Memphis, Tenn. 
Freshman — KS 

ROY BYRD PRICE ------- Madison 

Junior — KS 

THIRD ROW 

THOMAS DOUCLAS PRICE ----- Meridian 
Sophomore 

TOMMIE EUGENE PRICE ----- Prentiss 
Freshman 

ODEAN PUCKETT -------- Jackson 

Junior — PiKA 

MYRENE PUNSHON ----- Orlando, Fla. 
Junior — BSO 

ANN MARIE RACAN ------ Edwards 

Freshman — Chi 

FOURTH ROW 

TERRY DALTON REES ------ Newton 

Freshman — KS 

DOROTHY LEE RENECAR ----- Jackson 
Sophomore 

CECILIA RIDCWAY ------ Gulfport 

Sophomore — KD 

ELLNORA RIECKEN ------ Jackson 

Freshman — BSO 

IRENE ELIZABETH ROBBINS - - - Kosciusko 
Freshman — BSO 

FIFTH ROW 

LUCY ROBINSON ------- New Albany 

Sophomore 

McWILLIE M. ROBINSON ----- Jackson 
Sophomore — KA 

MILTON L. ROBY ------- Durant 

Freshman — KS 



MAE FRANCES ROSS ----- Olive Branch 
Freshman 

LESLIE WAYNE RUSHING ----- McComb 
Freshman 

SIXTH ROW 

BETTYE RUSSELL ------ Monticello 

Junior 

ANNE RUTLEDCE ------ State College 

Sophomore — Chi O 

WILMA RYAN -------- Bentonia 

Junior 

DENNIS E. SALLEY -------- Eupoth 

Junior 

EMILY SANCHEZ - - - - Rio Grand City, Tex. 
Freshman 

SEVENTH ROW 

DOROTHY A. SANDERS ------ Gulfport 

Freshman 

JEANETTE SANDERS ----- Hickory Flat 
Junior — KD 

VIRGINIA SANDERS ------ Vicksburg 

Freshman — Phi Mu 

SYLVIA SANDFORD ------ Philadelphia 

Sophomore — KD 

JAMES WALTER SCHIMPF ----- Jackson 
Sophomore — PiKA 



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Sophomore 



Sharp, Edward L. 



Sharp, Sue 



Shorpe, Janeanne 
Sophomore 

Shaw 
Freshman 

Shields 
Sophomore 

Sills 
Freshman 

Simons 
Sophomore 



Simmons, J T. 
Freshman 

SimmDns. Walter 
Sophomore 

Sistrunk 
Sophomore 

Slee 
Sophomore 

Sm,th. Bettye 
Junior 



Smith, Betty Jo 
Sophomore 

Smith, Bobby Jean 
Freshman 

Smith, Bobby Jo 
Freshman 

Smith, Sara Jo 
Freshman 

Spear 
Sophomore 



Spell 
Freshman 

Spence 
Freshman 

Stallings 
Freshman 

Stanton 
Sophomore 

Stennis 
Sophomore 



Stephenson 
Junior 

Streetman 
Junior 

Strong 
Freshman 

Sturdvanf, Ed 
Sophomore 

Sturdivant, Wayne 



Suthoff, Barbara 
Freshman 

Suthotf, Peggy 
Junior 

Sykes 
Junior 

Terry 
Freshman 

Thompson 
Freshman 

Fifty -Four 



CMe l^yiaercLassmen 



FIRST ROW 

JOE SCHMITT -------- Jackson 

Senior 

MARTHA ANN SELBY ----- Charleston 
Sophomore — BSO 

JOHN W. SHARMAN ------ Meridian 

Freshman 

EDWARD LAMAR SHARP - - - - Foxworth 
Freshman 

SUE SHARP ------- Amarillo, Texas 

Freshman — Chi O 

SECOND ROW 

JANEANNE SHARPE ------ Indianola 

Sophomore- BSO 

ANNIE ERNESTINE SHAW - - - New Orleans 
Freshman 

MARY ALICE SHIELDS ----- Tchula 
Sophomore — BSO 

CHARLES GLENN SILLS ------ Jackson 

Freshman 

KENNETH WESTCOTT SIMONS - Detroit, Mich. 
Sophomore — LXA 

THIRD ROW 

JULIUS T. SIMMONS ------ Jackson 

Freshman 

WALTER SIMMONS ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

WILLIAM FRANK SISTRUNK - - - - Jackson 
Junior — KA 

CLARA SLEE ----- Morococha Yauli, Peru 
Sophomore 

BETTYE FIELD SMITH ------ Jackson 

Junior — BSO 

FOURTH ROW 

BETTY JO SMITH ------ Kosciusko 

Sophomore — KD 

BOBBY JEAN SMITH ----- Greenville 
Freshman 

BOBBY JOE SMITH - - - - - - - Liberty 

Freshman 

SARA JO SMITH -------- Tupelo 

Freshman 

MILDRED SPEAR ------- Corinth 

Sophomore 

FIFTH ROW 

THOMAS RANSOM SPELL ----- Jackson 
Freshman — KA 

DOLORES ANN SPENCE ----- Jackson 
Freshman 

JANE STALINGS -------- Tupelo 

Freshman 



Fifty-Five 



BARBARA STANTON ------ Natchez 

Sophomore 

BETTY GENE STENNIS ------- Macon 

Sophomore 

SIXTH ROW 

WILBURN M. STEPHENSON - - - - Jackson 
Junior 

ROBERT FRANCIS STREETMAN - - - Durant 
Junior — LXA 

CHARLES STRONG ------- Jackson 

Freshman 

EDWIN STURDIVANT ------ Jackson 

Sophomore — LXA 

WAYNE STURDIVANT - - - - - Columbia 
Junior — KA 

SEVENTH ROW 

BARBARA SUTHOFF ------ Moss Point 

Freshman — KD 

PEGGY SUTHOFF - - - - _ _ - Moss Point 
Junior — KD 

GRANVILLE SYKES ------- Jackson 

Junior — PiKA 

THERESA TERRY ------- Columbia 

Freshman — Phi Mu 

FRANCES THOMPSON ------ Jackson 

Freshman — Phi Mu 



The KD's duz everything! 





Tomlinson 
Freshman 

Tamplin 
Freshman 

Trigg 
Freshman 

Turner, Ann 
Junior 

Turner, Johnny 
Freshman 



Vaughn, Mary 
Freshman 

Vaughn, Nell M. 
Sophomore 

Waddell 
Freshman 

Wadlington 
Sophomore 

Waldrop, Roger 
Junior 



Waldrop, Walter 
Sophomore 



Wallace 
Sophomore 

Wolley, N. R. 
Freshman 

Wolley, Oscar 
Junior 



Walters 
Sophomore 

Wosson, Jean 
Sophomore 

Wosson, Lynda 
Junior 

Wosson, Warren 
Sophomore 

Way 
Freshman 



Weathersby 
Freshman 



Webb 
Freshman 



Welch 
Freshman 



Wells, Lamar 
Sophomore 



Wells, Lonetta 
Junior 

Westbrook 
Sophomore 

Westerfield 
Freshman 

Weston 
Freshman 

Whitam 
Sophomore 



White, Morris 
Junior 

White, Shelley 
Sophomore 

Whitehouse 
Sophomore 

Whitehurst 
Junior 

Wiggins 
Junior 

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C^rie L{rioerciassmen 



FIRST ROW 

ELEANOR CHARLES TOMLINSON - - Clarksdale 
Freshman — Chi O 

JAMES ULLMAN TAMPLIN - - - - Lakeshore 
Freshman 

JERRY TRIGG -------- Quitman 

Freshman 

ELIZABETH ANNE TURNER - - - Greenwood 
Junior — KD 

JOHN EVERETTE TURNER - - - - Kosciusko 
Freshman — PiKA 

SECOND ROW 

MARY VAUCHAN Jackson 

Junior — KD 

NELL MARIE VAUCHAN - - - - Carthage 
Freshman 

WANDA WADDELL ------- Jackson 

Freshman — Phi Mu 

MILLY WADLINGTON ------ Jackson 

Sophomore — KD 

ROGER WALDROP ------- Jackson 

Junior — LXA 

THIRD ROW 

WALTER ERVIN WALDROP - - - - Florence 
Sophomore — Pi KA 

BARBARA WALKER Jackson 

Junior — BSO 

IVEY HURD WALLACE ----- Jackson 
Sophomore — KD 

NATHAN RILEY WALLEY ----- Richton 
Freshman — KS 

OSCAR N. WALLEY ------- Richton 

Junior — KS 

FOURTH ROW 

RICHARD PAUL WALTERS - - - Greenville 
Sophomore — KA 

LYNDA WASSON ------ Kosciusko 

Junior — KD 

SARA IMOGENE WASSON Ethel 

Sophomore — KD 

WARREN WASSON ------- Fulton 

Sophomore 

JOSEPH CLARK WAY ----- Georgetown 
Freshman 

FIFTH ROW 

WILLIAM THOMAS WEATHERSBY - - Jackson 
Freshman 

NANETTE WEAVER ------ Ackerman 

Junior — KD 

BOBBY WEBB ------- Vicksburg 

Freshman 



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ANNA RUTH WELCH ----- Raymond 
Freshman 

LAMAR MILFORD WELLS ----- Jackson 
Sophomore 

SIXTH ROW 

LONETTA WELLS -------- Jackson 

Junior — Phi Mu 

BETTY JEAN WESTBROOK ----- __Summit 
Sophomore 

CLAUDETTE WESTERFIELD - - - Mendenhall 
Freshman 

JEANET WESTON ------- Jackson 

Freshman — Phi Mu 

FRED WHITAM -------- Natchez 

Sophomore 

SEVENTH ROW 

MORRIS WHITE ------- Greenwood 

Sophomore 

SHELLY WHITE -------- Jackson 

Sophomore — PiKA 

FRED WHITEHOUSE ------ Columbia 

Sophomore — PiKA 

BERRY WHITEHURST ----- Coldwater 
Junior 

PAUL WIGGINS ------- Parchman 

Junior — PiKA 





Wilkerson 
Freshman 



Wilkinson, Cornelia 
Freshman 



Wilkinson, Gene 
Junior 



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Williams, Billie 
Freshman 



Williams, Charles 
Freshman 



Williams, Fred 



A^lte 



Williams, James 
Sophomore 



Williams, Rosemary- 
Freshman 



Williamson, Albert 
Freshman 




Williamson, Jerry 
Junior 



Wilson, Elizabeth 
Junior 



Wilson, Joan 
Junior 



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Wilson, Tommy 
Junior 



Winborn 
Freshman 



Wiseman 
Sophomore 





Wofford 
Sophomore 



Woods 
Junior 



Wright 
Junior 



Youngs 
Freshman 



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Cyke L^naercLassmeri 



FIRST ROW 
DORIS WILKERSON 



Jackson 



Freshman 



CORNELIA WILKINSON ----- Closter 
Freshman 



DIXIE WINBORN -------- Durant 

Freshman — Chi 



DOROTHY WISEMAN - - - - 
Sophomore — Phi Mu 



SIXTH ROW 



Greenville 



GENE WILKINSON 



Jackson 



Junior — LXA 



JESS WOFFORD ------- Perkinston 

Freshman 



SECOND ROW 



BILLIE JEAN WILLIAMS - - - New Orleans, La. 
Sophomore 



CHARLES HENRY WILLIAMS - 
Freshman — KA 



Jackson 



FRED WILLIAMS ------ Vicksburg 

Junior — PiKA 



THIRD ROW 



JAMES L. WILLIAMS - - - - 
Sophomore — KA 



McComb 



TOMMY WOODARD - - - - 
Junior — PiKA 



Greenville 



TOMMY WOODS ------ Greenwood 

Junior — KS 



SEVENTH ROW: 



WILLIAM EUGENE WRIGHT 
Junior 



Tunica 



DONALD RICHARD YOUNGS - - Deposit, N. Y. 
Freshman — LXA 



ROSEMARY WILLIAMS - - 
Freshman 



Belzoni 



ALBERT WILLIAMSON - - - 
Freshman — PiKA 



FOURTH ROW 
JERRY WILLIAMSON 



Junior 



ELIZABETH WILSON - - - 
Junior — Chi 



JOAN WILSON 



FIFTH ROW 



Junior — Vikings 



Greenwood 



Philadelphia 



Cleveland 



Richton 



"Now lets pull down the pillars. 



THOMAS E. WILSON ------ Jackson 

Junior — KA 



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MILTON GEORGE ACKER - - - - Jackson 
Freshman 

MARY ANN ALDRIDGE Jackson 

Freshman 

JULIA MAE ALLEN - Quitman 

Sophomore 
KATHERINE ANN ALVIS ----- Jackson 

Freshman 
JAMES EDWIN ARBOGAST - - - Pearl City 

Freshman 
ROY TURNER ARNOLD ------ Jackson 

Junior 
SALLY LOU ATTWOOD ----- Jackson 

SP. St. — Delta Gamma 
GARY JEROME BALIUS ----- Biloxi 

Freshman 
J. NOEL BALL -------- McComb 

Freshman 
BENJAMIN F. BANAHAN ------ Flora 

Sophomore — KS 
HAROLD R. BANCROFT ----- Meridian 

Junior 
DOROTHY J. BARNES ------ Jackson 

Sp. St. 
RAMON VINCENT BELART - - - - Jackson 

Junior 
WILEY K. BELL ------- - Jackson 

Sophomore 
ORA MAE BENNET ------- Jackson 

Sp. St. 
LESTER L, BENSON ------- Jackson 

Junior 
SARAH GRAY BERNHARDT - - - Greenwood 

Sophomore — KD 
EARNA LARRY BOYD ------ McComb 

Freshman — KA 
MARGARET P. BROWN ----- Jackson 

Sp. St.— BSO 
MARY LOU BUFFINGTON - - - - Vicksburg 

Freshman — Phi Mu 
HUGH BUFORD ------- Jackson 

Junior 
MARTHA E. BUSBY ------ Batesville 

Freshman 
JOSEPH RUSSELL BUSH - - - - Yazoo City 

Sophomore 
SARAH ANN CALHOUN ----- Jackson 

Freshman 
ROBERT A. CALLAWAY ----- Jackson 

Sophomore 
INEZ CARADINE ------- Jackson 

Freshman 
FRANCES CATCHINGS ----- Woodville 

Sophomore — KD 
EVA J. CHAMBERS ------- Jackson 

Freshman 
CLIFFORD CHILDRESS ------ Jackson 

Freshman — LXA 
SIDNEY CLEMENT ------- Pontotoc 

Junior — KS 



HENRY CLEMENT ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 
DAVID COLBERT ------- Columbia 

Junior — SX 
JOHN M. COMBS ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 
JOSEPH CONTI -------- Jackson 

Sophomore 
LESTER STANLEY COOK ------ Natchez 

Sophomore — KA 
JOHN COPELAND -------- Terry 

Freshman 
NANCY CORLEY ------- Jackson 

Freshman 
CHARLES P. CORTWRIGHT - - - - Jackson 

Freshman 
CHARLES E. CRAPPS ------ Ludlow 

Junior 
LADY CAROLYN CUNNINGHAM - - - Jackson 

Freshman 
LOUIS DEMOS -------- Jackson 

Junior — LXA 
VICTOR DICKERSON ----- Mendenhall 

Freshman 
EDWARD K. DIX - - - - - Spokane, Wash. 

Junior — KS 
WALTER H. DORR ------- Meridian 

Junior 
BERNICE EDGAR ------- Vaughan 

Sophomore 
ESTHER L. ELIAS - - - - - ■- - Jackson 

Sp. St. :• 

GEORGE W. ELLIOT ------ Jackson 

Sophomore — KA 
SARAH ELSON -------- Jackson 

Sp. St. 
JAMES ESKRIDGE ------ Holly Springs 

Junior — LXA 
JEREMY J. ESKRIDGE ----- Holly Springs 

Sophomore — LXA 
ROBERT E. FERRELL ------ Jackson 

Freshman 
CARLENE ANN FREILER ----- Hazlehurst 

Junior — ChiO 
BARBARA ANN FRENCH ----- Jackson 

Sp. St. 
DONALD CADDIS ------- Jackson 

Freshman 
MARY GENE GAINEY ------ Jackson 

Sophomore — ChiO 
GEORGIA GARRISON - - - - New Orleans, La. 

Junior 
DONALD O. GATES ------ Puckett 

Freshman 

ROBERT M. GIBSON ------ Guntown 

Junior — LXA 

NORMA FAYE GOFF ------ Pascagoula 

Freshman 



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GEORGE W. GRANTHAM ----- Terry 

Freshman 
HARDY W. GRAVES ----- Alexandria, Va. 

Freshman 
BETTY JOAN GRAY ------- Jackson 

Junior 
BOBBY GRIFFITH -------- Jackson 

Freshman 
LESTER GRIFFITH ------- Jackson 

Freshman 
SUE DUNNING GUERNSEY ----- Jackson 

Sophomore — KD 
HARRY ERWIN GULLEDGE ----- Jackson 

Sophomore — PiKA 
DOROTHY BRITTON HALL ----- Jackson 

Sp. St. 
VIOLA SLY HALL ------- Jackson 

Sp. St. 
JAMES D. HARPER ------- Jackson 

Freshman 
ROBERT L. HARPER ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 
DAVID A. HARRIS ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 
V/ILLIAM EUGENE HARRISON - - - Corinth 

Sophomore 
EDVv^ARD THOMAS HASSELLE - - - - Meridian 

Junior 
LAURA ANNE HONEYCUTT - - - - Grenada 

Freshman — PhiMu 
JEANNETTE HOVIOUS ------ Jackson 

Freshman 
JOHN HOWARD ------- Brandon 

Sophomore — PiKA 
CHARLES D. HUDSPETH ----- Jackson 

Sophomore — KA 
BILLY IRBY --------- Jackson 

Sophomore 
JAMES V^. IRBY -------- Jackson 

Sophomore — KS 
CHARLES EDMONSON JONES - - - - Jackson 

Sophomore — KA 
JAMES EDWARD JONES ------ Jackson 

Sp. St. 
ESTHER P. KELLY ----- Fort Wayne, Ala. 

Sp. St. 
ELIZABETH ANN KENMAR - - - - Jackson 

Sophomore 
NEWTON SCOTT KIMBALL - - - Crystal Springs 

Sophomore — KS 
BENNIE KIRKLAND ------ Jackson 

Freshman — KS 
BASIL KLEOUDIZ -------- Jackson 

Sp. St. 
FRANK CURRIE KOSKIE ----- Jackson 

Freshman 

MONTIE LAMBERT -------- Como 

Freshman — LXA 



GEORGE THOMAS LAND - - - New Orleans, La. 

Freshman 
CHARLES LASETER ------- Morton 

Junior 
RODNEY LITTLE ------- Jackson 

Sophomore — PiKA 
LEWIS ERWIN LUKE ------- Jackson 

Freshman — LXA 
WILLIAM F. LYNCH ------ Jackson 

Freshman — KA 
BILLY McCLEAVE ------- Jackson 

Freshman 
J. V. McCRORY -------- Canton 

Sophomore 
CHARLES T. McCURDY ------ Jackson 

Freshman 
DON RALPH McPHERSON - - - Greenwood 

Sophomore 
WELTON DEVON MADDEN - - - - Carthage 

Junior 
ROBERT E. MARTIN ------ Jackson 

Junior 
RACHEL MILLER ------- Jackson 

Sp. St. 
JAMES ERNEST MINCY ----- Jackson 

Junior — KA 
DORIS ARNELL MINIARD - - - - Beaumont 

Sp. St. 
JAMES S. MINNIS ------- Jackson 

Sp. St. 
DORIS L. MOORE ------- Jackson 

Sp. St.— DZ 
WILLIAM M. MOORE ------ Jackson 

Junior — KA 
JOHN WILLIAM MORRIS - - - - Vicksburg 

Freshman — PiKA 
SAM MORSE --------- Jackson 

Freshman 
WALTER CARL MOSES - - - - Greenwood 

Freshman 
BAKER GERALD NAGLE ----- Jackson 

Junior — BThetaPi 
JOHN WEEMS NEWMAN ----- Jackson 

Junior 
BRUCE LAVANNE NICHOLAS - - New Albany 

Sp. St. 
JAMES ALBERT NICHOLLS - - - - Vicksburg 

Freshman 
ANTIGONE PAPATHANAS5I0U - - - Jackson 

Sp. St. 
WILLIAM SCOTT PARKS - - - - Greenwood 

Sophomore — KA 
FRANCES PEACOCK ----- Kosciusko 

Sophomore — KD 

BETTY BRAND PEARSON - - _ - Clarksdale 
Sophomore — Phi Mu 

HAROLD GLENN PEDEN ----- Terry 
Freshman 



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AMELIA PENDERCRAFT ----- Jackson 

Sophomore 
JAMES D. PERKINS ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 
JAMES NEVILLE PERKINS ----- Jackson 

Freshman 
BURNELL PHILLIPS ------ Carthage 

Sophomore 
CLARA MARIE PHILLIPS ----- Braxton 

Freshman 
GEORGE W. PHILLIPS ----- Pearl City 

Junior 
NEIL L. PIPKIN ------- Jackson 

Junior 
BETTY JO POWELL ------ Culfport 

Sophomore — ChiO 
FRED POWERS -------- Jackson 

Sophomore 
THOMAS 0. PREWITT ----- Vicksburg 

Freshman 
DAVID E. PRYOR ------ Calhoun City 

Sophomore — KS 
WILLIAM T. RAY ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 
DONALD RICHARDSON ------ Jackson 

Junior 
CLIFFORD L. RIGBY ------ Culfport 

Freshman — PiKA 
CYNTHIA RIVES ------- Louisville 

Sophomore — Phi Mu 
LAURENCE RUSS ------- Culfport 

Junior 
ROBERT D. SARTIN ------ Brookhaven 

Freshman 

DELMA O. SAXON ------- Jackson 

Freshman — LXA 

FREDDA L. SHELTON ------ Jackson 

Sophomore — ChiO 

LOUIE SHORT -------- Jackson 

Junior — KA 

JULIUS T. SIMMONS ------ Jackson 

Freshman 

BOBBIE JEAN SMITH ------ Jackson 

Freshman 

FRED DAY SMITH ------- McComb 

Junior — KA 

JAMES E. SMITH ------- Jackson 

Junior 

MURRAY W. SMITH ------ Jackson 

Sp. St. 
NOEL H, SMITH ------- Corinth 

Freshman 

JAMES C. SMYTHE ------- Jackson 

Junior — Phi D. Theta 

GENE SPARKS -------- Hillsboro 

Sophomore 



R. JACK SPEIGHTS ----- Crystal Springs 

Freshman — LXA 
EARL A. STAIRES ------- Jackson 

Freshman 
JANE GARY STEWART ----- Vicksburg 

Freshman — ChiO 
LEE STRICKLIN ------- Yazoo City 

Junior — KS 
KENNETH SYKES ------- Jackson 

Freshman 
CLAUDE F. TAYLOR ----- Port Gibson 

Junior 
LILLIE THIBODEAUX ----- Yazoo City 

Freshman — BSO 

HAROLD F. THOMPSON ----- Jackson 
Freshman 

ROBERT J. THOMPSON ----- Jackson 
Freshman 

ROBERT L. THOMPSON ----- Hattiesburg 
Sp. St. 

NANCY THROCKMORTON ----- Jackson 
Freshman 

STANLEY TURPIN ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

ELMO L. WALKER ------- Wesson 

Sp. St. 

JOHN WARD -------- Lucedale 

Sp. St. 

BILL WARWICK ------- Jackson 

Junior 

FREEMAN WATSON ------ Jackson 

Sp. St. 

CARL WELCH -------- Jackson 

Freshman 

BILLY WELLS ------ Hardwood, La. 

Freshman — LXA 

O. ALBERT WELLS ------- Jackson 

Freshman — KS 

JAMES WESTERFIELD ------ Jackson 

Freshman 

JOE WESTMORELAND ----- Taylorsville 
Sophomore 

EMOGENE WHITT ------- Jackson 

Sp. St. 

JOHN A. WILLIAMS ------ Jackson 

Junior — LXA 

DAPHNA WILLOUGHBY ----- Columbia 
Freshman 

HARRY K. WOODS ------ Vicksburg 

Junior 

ERNEST E. WORKMAN ----- Jackson 
Sp. St. 

JOSEPH E. YOUNG ------- Connth 

Junior 



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OFFICERS 

President -------- BARRY BRINDLEY 

Vice-President --------- BILL MOORE 

Secretary -------- MIM CARPENTER 



The Student Executive Board functions as Millsaps' Student Government. Its of- 
ficers are chosen each year in school-wide elections, and its membership is composed of 
representatives from student organizations. Its principal duties are managing the budget 
and dealing with student body problems. 



MEMBERS: 

Van Cavett 
John Moore 
Julia Aust Lewis 
Pat Leap 
Nowell (Sug) Estes 



Dave Bali us 
Pat Curtis 
Roy Epperson 
Carolyn Baria 
Joan Bratton 



Lonnie Johnston 
Robert Hunt 
Lucy Robinson 



Left to right — J. Moore, Hunt, Carpenter, Brindley, B. Moore, Estes, Cavett, Baria, Leep, Rob- 
inson, Epperson, Bratton. 





Seated — Mrs. Cooper, Roberts, Lewis, Cooper, Mrs. Stone, Standing — Canode, O'Neil, Mont- 
gomery, Norton, Myers, Moore, Campbell, Jennings. 



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OFFICERS 

President - - JOAN COOPER 

Vice-President ------- NORMA NORTON 

Secretary-Treasurer - - MARY ELEANOR MOORE 

FACULTY ADVISORS 



Mrs. Hederi 


Mrs. 


Stone 


Mrs. Holloway 


Mrs. 


Goodman 


Miss Decelle 


Mrs. 


Cooper 


Miss Moorehead 


Mrs. 


M assay 



The Millsaps Woman's Council governs the conduct of the co-eds. The Council 
makes and enforces the rules. Its membership is made up of one member from each 
sorority, one from the Y.W., and one from the Majorette Club. 



MEMBERS: 

Nannette Weaver 
Barbara Myers 
Carolyn Baria 
Louise Campbell 



Mary Ann O'Neil 
Lucretia Caldwell 
Martha Sue Montgomery 
Betty Jo Smith 



Ann Osborne 

Mary Ann Babington 

Jeanine Sharp 



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Sixty-Six 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Editor: John Moore 
Assistant Editor: Robert Hunt 
Sports: Kim Smith 
Socials: Annabelle Crisler 
Organizations: Minnie Farlow 
Activities: Clenna Goodwin 
Features: Betty Small 
Art: Leslie Page 
Class Editor: George Reid 
Photographer: Ewin Gaby 
Snapshots: Bobby Myers 



JOHN MOORE -------- Editor 



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Left to right — Turner, Goodwin, Farlow, Small, Reid, Crisler, Moore, Hunt, Smith, Page, Gaby. 








Left to right — Orsborn, Wadlington, Mincy, Lauchley, Milli, Jones, Wallace, Blumer, Ridge- 
way, Peacock. 



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BUSINESS STAFF 

Business Manager: Henry Mills 

Assistant Business Manager; Ernest 
Mincy 

Fred Blumer 

Barbara Jones 

Gene Ann Lauchley 

Ann Orsborn 

A. W. Ferris 

Frances Peacock 

Cecilia Ridgeway 

Millie Wadlington 

Ivey Wallace 

Mary Lynn Craves 



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VAN CAVETT 
Editor 



The Purple and White is 

Millsaps College's newspaper. 
Published once each week, it 
tries to present all sides of col- 
lege life on our campus, and it 
keeps students up to date on 
all affairs of interest. The 
year's highlight for the paper 
is the April Fool edition, in 
which anything goes! 



JOHN SANDEFUR 
Business Manager 




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FOUNDED BT THE JUNIOR CLASS OF 1909 

Published every Friday durine the school year, except durine eramination 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 $1.00 per semester 



1952 



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Pbsodcrted GoUeSiafe Presj 



1953 



VAN CAVETT 
Editor 



JOHN SANDEFUR 
Business Manager 



SHIRLEY PARKER, News Editor; RACHEL SIMPSON, Feature 
Editor; CECILE BROWN, Society Editor; ANN ORSBORN, Exchange 
Editor; EWIN GABY, Photographer. 

STAFF: Jo Ann Bratton. Barbara Myers. Vernon Eppinette. Anna Galloway, 
Dunbar Babbit. Claude Smith. Nona Ewing. Bobby Myers. Dot Sanders. Charlsie Tom- 
linson, Cary Stewart, Audrey JenninKS. Helen Faye Head, Carolyn Hudspeth, Allen 
Davis, Ethel Clement. Dulori>s Spence, Betty Barfield. John Newman. Katie Jo Easley, 
Jcanelle Howell. Mollv Lucas. Nona Kinchloe, Mary Lou Flowers. Frances Campbell! 
Sara Jane Cates. Emily Greener, Cliff Ripby, John Morris, Barbara Jones, Gene Anti 
Lauchley. 





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First Soprano — Nona Ewing, Clenna Goodwin, Edna 
Khayat, Mary Vaughan, Dot Wiseman, Ann Anderson, 
Carolyn Hudspeth, Jo Nail. 

Second Soprar.o — Mim Carpenter, Carolyn Baria, 
Karen Cllfoy, Katherine Hook, Sara Dennis, Jeanine 
Sharp, Joan Wilson, Frances Thompson. 

First Alto — Janie Martin, Barbara Walker, Linda Lou 
McCullar, Mary Ann McCormack, Mary Ann O'Neil, 
Alice Humphreys, Betty Ciffin, Norma Newell, Jose- 
phine Lampton. 

Second Alto — Mary Lynn Graves, Virginia Sanders, 
Lucy Jones, Ellnora Riecken, Helen Davis, Louise 
Hight. 

First Tenor — Cecil Jones, John Awad, Howell Polk, 
Robert Streetman, N. R. Walley, Lowell Jones. 



Second Tenor — Earle Staires, Fred Blumer, Henry 
Mills, Ewin Caby, Steve Collins, Yeager Hudson. 

First Bass — Dave Balius, Barry Brindley, Odean Puck- 
ett, Robert Hunt, James Barnett, Bill Smallwood, John 
Moore, Louis Hodges, Sid Head. 

Second Bass — Roger Hester, Arthur O'Neal, Robert 
Kelly, Leslie Nabors, James Benson, Bob Blount, John 
Fenton. 




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Officers 

President: David Balius 
Vice-President: Bob Blount 
Secretary: Josephine Lampton 
Business Manager: Louis Hodges 




Spring Tour 

The Millsaps Singers is a group made up of anyone who wants to sing. The entire 
membership constitutes the chapel choir. From this choir each year is chosen a tour 
choir. This year, under the direction of "Pop" King, and with Miss Bufkin and Mrs. 
Price as chaperones, the choir made a sixteen-day tour of eight states. 

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President - - - PAT CURTIS 

Vice-President ------- JIMMY SCHIMPF 

Secretary - LYNN McGRATH 

Business Manager - KIM SMITH 



The Millsaps Band came through much strife this year to become a firm and well- 
knit organization under the direction of Dave Balius. Mr. Louis Pullo directed the 
band in a clinic at Roosevelt State Park this spring. 



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Flufes 

Don Richardson 
Ellnora Riecken 
Barbara Suthoff 

Clarinets 

John Moore 
Janie Martin 
Johnny Turner 
Cecil Trantham, Jr. 
Charlotte Elliott 
Carleen Durham 
Fay Allen 
Jo Booth 
Pat Allen 
Valda Clark 
Molly Lawson 
Ernest Porter 
Ann Kenmar 

Cornets 

Bob Kelley 
Charlie Allen 
Albert Williamson 
Leslie Nabors 
Ernest Workman 



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MEMBERS 




Baritones 


Tommy Woodard 


John Sandefur 
Steve Collins 


Jerry Trigg 
Marie Turnage 


Reginald Lowe 


Bass Clarinet 


Horns 


Mary Lou Flowers 


Leslie Page 




Floyd Mobley 


Oboe 


Cliff Rigby 
Annabelle Crisler 


Mary Lynn Graves 


Tubas 


Tympani 


Neil Pipkin 


Pat Curtis 


Fred Whitehouse 






Bassoon 


Drums 

Sara Jo Smith 


Norma Fay Goff 


Billy McCleave 
Mary Ann Babington 


Saxophones 

Roy Parker 


Bell Lyre 


Rodger Waldrop 


Betty Robbins 


Louis Hodges 


Trombones 


String Bass 


Jimmy Schimpf 


Neil Pipkin 


Lowell Jones 


Wanda Waddell 



The Band On Parade 





FACULTY ADVISORS: Dr. M. C. White, Mrs. Marguerite Goodman, Misb Mildred Morehead, 
Prof. Paul D. Hardin. 



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Stylus is the literary publication of Millsaps College. Twice each year, it presents 
the literary blossoms of Millsaps students. 



CONTRIBUTORS 



Ed Sturdivant 
Cecile Brown 
Bobby Joe Smith 
T. W. Lewis 
Frank Mangum 
Betsy Hulen 
Mary F. Vaughan 
Reginald Lowe, Jr. 
Edna Khayat 
Charles Boyles 
R. L. McCarter 
Fay Allen 
Billy C. Greenlee 
Sammie Joe Clorioso 



A. Rayburn Jones 
Jerry Trigg 
Eddie Gossard 
Frances Cook 
Claude Smith 
Leslie Page 
Katherine Easley 
David McFarland 
John Moore 
Glenna Goodwin 
Joseph Conti 
Shirley Parker 
Rachel Miller 



Editor: R. L. McCARTER 



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Pan-Hellenic is the coordinator of the activities of the four campus sororities. 
In conjunction with the I. F. C, they determine policies among the "Greeks." 

MEMBERS 



CECILE BROWN -------- Phi Mu (Vice-President) 

LOUISE BURTON ------------ Phi Mu 

MARY GRANTHAM --------- Beta Sigma Omicron 

BARKSDALE JOHNSTON ---------- Chi Omega 

PAT LEEP ---------- Chi Omega (President! 

ANNIE GREER LEONARD ---------- Kappa Delta 

MARY ELIZABETH McDANIEL - - Beta Sigma Omicron (Treasurer! 
COLA O'NEAL --------- Kappi Delta (Secretaryl 



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First Row — Keel, J. Lewis, Allen, Brindlcy, T. Lewis. 
Second Row — Estes, Townes, Blount. 



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The Inter-Fraternity Council mediates among the four fraternities on the campus. 
It is composed of two members from each organization. 

MEMBERS 

CHARLIE ALLEN ---------- Pi Kappa Alpha 

BOB BLOUNT -------- Kappa Sigma (Vice-President I 

BARRY BRINDLEY ---------- Lambda Chi Alpha 

"SUC" ESTES ---------- Kappa Alpha (President! 

DAN KEEL ------------ Pi Kappa Alpha 

JOHN LEWIS ------- Lambda Chi Alpha (Secretary) 

T. W. LEWIS ----- - Kappa Sigma 

DREW TOWNES ----------- Kappa Alpha 



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Mary elected to hold gavel for Beta Sigma Omicron succeeding Mary 
Elizabeth — Josie chosen secretary for Millsaps Singers — Sorority wins scholar- 
ship trophy on the campus for second year — Josie is crowned Pink Lady as 
the outstanding senior of Beta Sig. 



OFFICERS 

President ----- MARY ELIZABETH McDANIEL 

Vice-President ------ JOSEPHINE LAMPTON 

Recording Secretary ------ MARIE TURNAGE 

Corresponding Secretary - - - - BARBARA WALKER 

Treasurer --------- JOANN HUGGINS 

Pledge Trainer -------- JMOGENE HARRELL 



Barbara Ballard 
Doris Barnett 
Shirley Bishop 
Carreme Boackle 
Lois Ann Boackle 
Norma Busse 
Mona Ree Canode 
Jo Anne Crawford 
Charlotte Elliott 
Sybil Foy 
Shirley Fritz 
Betty Ciffin 

Mary Alberta Grantham 
Imogene Harrcll 
Joanne Huggins 



MEMBERS 

Sara Frances Johnson 

Virginia Kelly 

Joyce King 

Jo Ann Kux 

Josephine Lampton 

Molly Lucas 

Marianne McCormack 

Mary Elizabeth McDaniel 

Ann McElroy 

Mary Frances McMurry 

Ann McShane 

Amelia Pendergraft 

Mary Helen Phillips 

Carol Poole 

Marlecne Presley 



Myrene Punshon 
Ellnora Riecken 
Betty Robbins 
Martha Ann Selby 
Sara Jo Selby (Caldwell) 
Jeneanne Sharpe 
Mary Alice Shields 
Bettye Smith 
Lillie Thibodeaux 
Marie Turnage 
Barbara Walker 
Sara Jane Wasson 
Doris Wilkerson 
Rosemary Williams 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Missouri 
December 12, 1888 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
September 1 , 1 926 

COLORS: Ruby and Pink 

FLOWERS: Richmond and 
Killarney Roses 

PUBLICATION: "The Urn' 




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Ninety-Eight 



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Dee follows Edge as president — Denny heads IRC and Edge is perxy of Sigma 
Lambda — Dee invited to Sigma Lambda membership — Edna and Nanette are 
homecoming Maids — Nanette and Ivey are cheerleaders — Myers is Chi 
Delta president — Edna and Janella are Majorettes — Brat is Y head — Betty 
selected Miss Millsaps — Nan is judged Pi Kappa Alpha Cotton Ball Queen. 



OFFICERS 

President ----------- COLA O'NEAL 

Vice-President ------- JO ANN BRATTON 

Secretary ---------- NANETTE WEAVER 

Treasurer --------- MARGUERETTE DENNY 



MEMBERS 



Sarah Bernhard 
Jo Ward Booth 
Jo Ann Bratton 
Frances Campbell 
Frances Catchings 
Sara Jane Gates 
Jo Anne Cooper 
Emily Costigan 
Marguerite Denny 
Virginia Edge 
Janis Edmonson 
Mary Lou Flowers 
Dee Ford 
Glenna Goodwin 



Emily Ann Greener 
Sue Downing Guernsey 
Bettye Hardwick 
Betty Ann Harris 
Gloria Hartness 
Peggy Hawthorne 
Frances Hicks 
Jeanelle Howell 
Nan Howell 
Annette Johnston 
Edna Khayat 
Janella Lansing 
Mollie Lawson 
Annie Greer Leonard 



Mary Lou McCee 
Lynn McGrath 
Dorothy Anne Mclnvale 
Gretchen Mars 
Jane Ann Martin 
Barbara Myers 
Martha Jo Nail 
Norma Neill 
Cola O'Neal 
Marjorie Ann Orsborn 
Frances Peacock 
Cecilia Ridgeway 
Janette Sanders 
Sylvia Sanford 



Betty Small 
Betty Jo Smith 
Barbara Suthoff 
Peggy Suthoff 
Anne Turner 
Mary Vaughn 
Milly Wadlington 
Ivey Wallace 
Sara Imogene Wasson 
Nanette Weaver 
Mary Nell Williams 




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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Peggye takes over for Cecile at mid-term — Annabelle elected Senior class 
Secretary — Clarice and Lonetta named Homecoming maids — Babo is prexy 
of Beethoven Club — Annabelle heads KDE — Cecile writes society column for 
Purple and White — Chapter wins Song Fest and placed in Stunt Night — 
Lonetta is cheerleader with Boots and Nancy substitutes — Majorettes are 
Wanda, Carleen, and Cynthia — Audrey tapped into five honoraries including 
Sigma Lambda — Cecile awarded achievement trophy. 



OFFICERS 

President ---------- CECILE BROWN 

Vice-President -------- ANNABELLE CRISLER 

Secretary --------- JOHNNIE WEBB 

Treasurer --------- AUDREY JENNINGS 

Pledge Director --------- LOUISE BURTON 



Dunbar Babbit 
Mary Ann Babington 
Betty Barfield 
Clarice Black 
Marlene Brantley 
Virginia Breazeale 
Cecile Brown 
Mary Lou Buffington 
Louise Burton 
Sue Campbell 
Boots Carpenter 
Anne Chatham 
Annabelle Crisler 



MEMBERS 

Frances Duckworth 
Carlene Durham 
Peggy Faulkner 
Anna Galloway 
Janie Haining 
Helen Fay Head 
Laura Ann Honeycutt 
Jo Glyn Hughes 
Sarah Hunter 
Audrey Jennings 
Nona Kinchloe 
Mary Elinor Moore 
Norma Newell 



Nancy Noble 
Betty Brand Pearson 
Cynthia Reeves 
Dot Sanders 
Virginia Sanders 
Theresa Terry 
Pip Thompson 
V^/anda V\/addell 
Lonetta Wells 
Janet Vv^eston 
Dot Wiseman 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Wesleysn College 
Marc'i 4. 1852 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 24, 1914 

COLORS: Rose and White 

FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation 
PUBLICATION: "Aglaia" 



Babington 

Babbit 

Barfield 

Black 

Brantley 

Breazeale 



Brown 

Bruton 

Campbell 

Carpenter 

Chatham 

Crisler 



Duckworth 

Faulkner 

Galloway 

Haining 

Head 

Hughes 



Hunter 

Jennings 

Kinchloe 

Moore 

Newell 

Noble 



Peevey 
Sanders, D. 
Sanders, V. 
Spence 
Terry 
Thompson 



Waddell 

Weston 

Webb 

Wells 

Wiseman 









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Minnie elected prexy succeeding Leep — Nona chosen to Who's Who — Julia 
is Homecoming Queen — Hand has lead in LILIOM — Anderson chosen Queen 
for Freshman Day — Mary Lynn is Drum Major — Minnie places first in bridge 
tournament — Minnie tapped for Sigma Lambda — Rachel is feature editor for 
Purple and White — Chi O wins Stunt night bucket. 

OFFICERS 

President ----------- PAT LEEP 

Vice-President --------- NONA EWING 

Secretary ---------- ELIZABETH LESTER 

Treasurer ---------- MINNIE FARLOW 



Ann Louise Anderson 
Marie Ann Anderson 
Worth Bennett 
Charlotte Black 
Pat Boswell 
Beverly Boxwell 
Diane Brown 
Marguerite Cain 
Tommye Carnes 
Ann Carter 
Ethel Clement 
Olive Coker 
Alleen Davis 
Karolyn Doggett 
Nona Ewing 
Minnie Farlow 
Carlene Freiler 



MEMBERS 

Mary Gene Gainey 
Karen Gilfoy 
Mary Lynn Graves 
Riley Craves 
Mary Jane Gray 
Anne Hand 
Virginia Hewitt 
Kalhryn Hook 
Carolyn Hudspeth 
Barksdale Johnston 
Barbara Mae Jones 
Lucy Lee Jones 
Gene Lauchly 
Joan Lee 
Pat Leep 
Elizabeth Lester 
Sue Lott 



Pat McGuire 
Li-da Lou McCullar 
Alice McKee 
Cynthia Morse 
Sammie Pickering 
Jackie Pierce 
Betty Jo Powell 
Ann Ragan 
Anne Rutledge 
Sue Sharp 
Fredda Shelton 
Rachel Simpson 
Gary Stewart 
Catherine Swayze 
Charlsie Tomlinson 
Elizabeth Wilson 
Dixie Winborn 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Arkansas 
April 5, 1895 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 31, 1934 

COLORS: Cardinal and Straw 

FLOWER: White Carnation 

PUBLICATION: "The Eleusis' 








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One Hundred Three 



One Hundred Four 



Julia takes top office in April following Carolyn — Bessie Mae is candidate 
for National Sweetheart of NISA — Carol is secretary of NISA in the South- 
eastern region — Lynn receives scholarship for graduate work in History. 

OFFICERS 

President --------- CAROLYN BARIA 

Vice-President ---------- JULIA ALLEN 

Recording Secretary ------- EMILIA WEBER 

Corresponding Secretary ------- NELL FOSTER 

Treasurer ------------ HELEN DAVIS 



Julia Allen 
Rosemary Anderson 
Lynn Bacot 
Carolyn Baria 
Carol Bunger 
Louise Campbell 
Eva Joe Chambers 
Jo Clayton 

Elizabeth Cunningham 
Maggie Cunningham 
Lucretia Caldwell 
Helen Davis 



MEMBERS 

Sarah Dennis 
Mary Ann Derrick 
Mary Dunn 
Nell Foster 
Bessie Mae Haney 
Louise Might 
Katharine King 
Adalee Matheny 
Martha Sue Montgomery 
Mary Ann O'Neil 
Ruth Ann Pearson 
Bette Russell 



Frances Ross 
Wilma Ryan 
Vicky Taylor 
Betty Westbrook 
Emilia Weber 
Joan Wilson 
Clara Slee 
Bet Stennis 
Claudette Westerfield 
Emily Sanchez 




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" 



Bacot 

Baria 

Bunger 

Caldwell 

Cunningham 



Davis 

Dennis 

Derrick 

Haney 

Might 



King 

Lovett 

Matheny 

Montgomery 

O'Neil 



Parker 

Pearson 

Roberts 

Ross 

Russell 

Ryan 



Stennis 

Taylor 

Weber 

Westbrook 

Williams 

Wilson 





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Campbell named Number I as Sug retires — Henry tapped for ODK and handles 
funds for Bobashela — Howell is cheerleader — Irby selected for Washington 
semester — A. W. awarded Bourgeouis Scholastic Medal and Carter Oratorical 
Medal — Allen ODK head — Sug is inter-fraternity president. 

OFFICERS 

Number | --------- - JOHN ESTES 

Number || -------- - BEN McCARTY 

Number 1 1 1 --------- - BRYANT HORNE 



MEMBERS 



Jimmy Allen 
Fred Blumer 
Hsrry Carter 
Howard Cheek 
Stanley Cook 
Jack Cooper 
George Elliott 
John Estes 
Bill Fuzak 
Campbell Cilliland 
Lynn Hamilton 
Terry Hayward 
Bryant Home 
John Howell 



Ed Jones 
Ezelle Lewis 
John Little 
Jimmy Long 
Bill Lynch 
Ben McCarty 
Scott McCarty 
Errol Malvaney 
Frank Mangum 
Henry Mills 
Ernest Mincey 
Hardy Nail 
Clayton Overton 
Tommy Parker 



Billy Parks 
McWillie Robinson 
Billy Frank Sistrunk 
Fred Day Smith 
Tommy Spell 
Wayne Sturdivant 
Carry Sneed 
Drew Townes 
Charles Townsend 
Irby Turner 
Kinnard Wellons 
Charles Williams 
James Floyd Williams 
Tommy Wilson 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Washington College 
December 21, 1865 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
October 1, 1 S93 

COLORS: Ruby and Old Cold 

FLOWER: Magnolia and Crimson 
Rose 

PUBLICATION: 

"Kappa Alpha Journal" 



Allen 

Blumer 

Carter 

Cheek 

Cooper 



Estes 

Ferriss 

Fuzak 

Hayward 

Hollowell 











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Howell 

Jackson 

Lewis 

Little 



Long 

McCarty, B, 
McCarty, S. 
Malvaney 
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Mills 

Overton 

Parker 

Robinson 

Sistrunk 

Spell 



Sturdivant 
Townes 
Walters 
Williams, C, 
Williams, J. 
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Howell takes gavel from T, W. — Billy Lynn is president of senior class — 
T. W. is Master Major — Moore is veep of SEB — Lowery is Most Outstanding 
on Football team as well as King of Freshman Day — Van is editor of Purple 
and White — Bob tapped by ODK — Bob, T.W., and Van named to V^ho's 
Who — Kappa Sigs win Song Fest trophy. 

OFFICERS 

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

Vice-President ---------- BILLY MOORE 

Ritualist ----------- BOB BLOUNT 

Treasurer ----------- TOMMY JOLLY 

Secretary ----------- TULANE POSEY 



Pat Allen 
Sam Allen 
Dan Anders 
Benny Banahan 
Henry Barfield 
Wallace Blackwood 
Bob Blount 
Smokey Broadwater 
Billy Brown 
Sonny Buzzarde 
Bubba Caffey 
Glenn Cain 
Charles Campbell 
Van Cavett 
Sid Clement 
Frank Collette 
Keith Dix 
Paul Edwards 
Hugh Ervin 
Alfred Eubanks 



MEMBERS 

John Fenton 
Alton Garrett 
Billy Greenlee 
Sammy Clorioso 
John Griffin 
Jerry Gulledge 
Durbo Harrison 
Harry Hutchinson 
Jamie Irby 
Dick Johnson 
George Jones 
Jimmy Jones 
Tommy Jolly 
Scott Kimball 
Benny Kirkland 
T. W. Lewis 
Reginald Lowe 
John Lowery 
Bill McKinley 
Billy Moore 




Powers Moore 
Walter Moses 
Ike Musselwhite 
Art O'Neil 
Boo Parnell 
Howell Polk 
Roy Price 
Dave Pryor 
Tulane Posey 
Robert Richter 
Terry Rees 
Mit Roby 
Bill Stewart 
Lee Stricklin 
Stanley Turpin 
Larry Wallace 
N. R. Walley 
Oscar Walley 
Albert Wells 
Tommy Woods 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Virginia 
December 10, 1869 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
October IS, 1895 

COLORS: 

Scarlet, Green and White 

FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 

PUBLICATION: "The Caduceus' 



Allen 

Anders 

Barfield '^ ♦^'S"'' 

Blackwood 

Blount 

Boone 



Clorioso 

Greenlee 

Griffin 

Harrison 

Hutchinson 

Jolly 



McKinley 

Moore 

O'Neil 

Polk 

Posey 

Powell, D. 

Powell, W. 



Price 
Rees 

Richter 

Roby 

Stewart 

Wallace 

Woods 





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Collette 

Ervin 

Eubanks 

Fenton 

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Roger replaces Lewis as Lambda Chi Alpha president — Barry is president of 
Student Executive Board — Barry is selected for Who's Who and acted lead in 
Liliom — Luke wins Emory University Fellowship — Purple, Green and Cold 
Ball highlights social calendar. 

OFFICERS 

President --------- JOHN T. LEWIS 

Vice-President ------- BARRY BRINDLEY 

Secretary --------- DOUGLAS MATH IS 

Treasurer -----.----- FRANK NASH 



Marco Bolanos 
Barry Brindley 
Michael Conner 
Neil Covington 
Louis Demos 
Joe Eversole 
Jerry Eskridge 
Vernon Eppinette 
Doxey Fisher 
Eugene Lester 



MEMBERS 

Joinn T. Lewis 
Eugene Loper 
Lewis Luke 
Hugh McLellan 
Douglas Mathis 
Frank Nash 
Delma Saxon 
Paul Sebren 
Walter Simmons 
Kenneth Simons 



Charles Sommers 
Jsck Speights 
Robert Streetman 
Ed Sturdivant 
Cecil Trantham 
Roger Waldrop 
Carl Welch 
Cene Wilkinson 
Don Youngs 




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NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Boston University 
November 2, 1909 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
October, 1939 

COLORS: Purple, Green and Gold 

PUBLICATION: 

"Purple, Green and Gold" 
"Cross and Crescent" 



Bolanos 

Conner 

Covington 

Eppinette 

Coss 






Keys 

Lester 

Luke 

Lytle 

McLellan 



Mathis 

Nash 

Sills 

Simons 

Sommers 



Streetman 
Sturdivant 
Waldrop 
Wilkinson 




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One Hundred Twelve 



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"Mac" reigns on as SMC — ODK taps Moore, who edits Bobashela — Sandefur 
is Purple and White business manager — Pikes place in stunt night — Dave is 
president of Singers and director of Band — Reid pounds gavel of Alpha Psi — 
Myers and Reid are cheerleaders — Lewis is prexy of Theta Nu Sigma — Sande- 
fur is AED president — Pikes win intramural cup as they cop honors in speed- 
ball, golf, and tennis — hHardin selected to attend Washington Semester. 

OFFICERS 

SMC ----------- MACRUDER CORBAN 

IMC ------------ DAN KEEL 

The ---------- TOMMY WOODARD 



MEMBERS 



Charles Allen 
Dave Ballus 
Rodney Clement 
Steve Collins 
Magruder Corban 
Fred Delong 
Jack Dunbar 
Walter Ely 
Allie Frazier 
Ewing Gaby 
Harry Gulledge 
James Hardin 
Sidney Head 
Roger Hester 
Joe Hobbs 



John*^y Howell 
Steele Johnson 
Edwin Jones 
Dan Keel 
Bobby Kelley 
Albert Lee 
Rodney Little 
John Lott 
Tom Louis 
John Moore 
John Morris 
Bobby Myers 
Leslie Page 
Odean Puckett 
George Reid 



John Sandefur 
Bill Smallwood 
Jimmy Schimpf 
Charles Scott 
Claude Smith 
Kim Smith 
Granville Sykes 
Johnny Turner 
Shelley White 
Fred Whitehouse 
Paul Wiggins 
Fred Williams 
Albert Williamson 
Tommy Woodard 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Univers ty of Virgina 
March 1, 1868 

LOCALLY FOUNDED; 
March 23, 1905 

COLORS: Garnet a-d Gold 

FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 

PUBLICATION: 

"The Shield and Diamond' 



Allen 

Balius 

Catledge 

Clement 

Collins 

Corban 



Delong 

Dunbar 

Ely 

Frazier 

Gaby 

Head 



Hobbs 

Howell 

Hubbard 

Hunt 

Johnson 

Jones, E. 



Jones, R. 

Keel 

Kellcy 

Lee 

Lott 

Louis 



Moore 

Myers 

Page 

Puckett 

Reid 

Sandefur 



Schimpf 
Smallwood 
Smith, C. 
Smith, V. 
Sykes 
Turner 



Waldrop 

White 

Whitehouse 

Wiggins 

Williams 

Williamson 

Woodard 




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Bowers 
Epperson 
Crenough 
Hardy 



Hetrick 
Hudson 
Jones 
Lewis 



Pigott, C. 
Pigott. W. 
Sharman 
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Roy presides over Norsemen after Hetrick — Whitam is Ministerial League 
head — Roy is National President of Eta Sigma Phi and is invited to ODK mem- 
bership. 

OFFICERS 
President ---------- ROY EPPERSON 

Vice-President --------- YEACER HUDSON 

Secretary ----------- B. F. LEWIS 



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MEMBERS 



Fred Whitam 
Thomas Hetrick 
Earl Crenough 
Cecil Jones 
Joel Hardy 
James Tamplin 



W. D. Pigott 
Charles McCurdy 
Jerry Williamson 
Olin Cook 
James Burnett 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED; 
University of Oklahoma 
April, 1938 

LOCALLY FOUNDED; 1950 

COLORS; Blue and Cold 

PUBLICATION; 

"N. I. S. A. Newsletter" 



One Hundred Fourteen 



ATflLETICS 









First Row — Lowery, D. Powell, Weems, Boone, W. Powell, Awad, Roby, Fenton, Jones, K. Smith, Parker, 

Lewis. 

Second Row - Jones (Mgr.), Catledge, Culledge, Buzzarde, McKinley, Trigg, Turpin. Moses, Blackwood, 



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Football was the brightest picture i 
Majors got off to a slow start, losing to Del 
After that they went on a scoring spree an 
was not to be outdone, however, and held th 
game. This year. saw the Majors cop the Di 
light of the season was, of course, the thrill 
scored first on a pass interception by Kirkia 
three perfect conversions. Lowery smashed 
Cain who went over for the second tally. 



n the Majors' sport scene this year. The 
ta State and Sewanee before they got rolling, 
d averaged 26 points per game. The defense 
e opponents to an average of 7 points per 
xie Conference Championship again. High- 
ing victory over the Choctaws. Millsaps 
nd, and T. W. Lewis kicked the first of his 
off tackle for 40 yards and then lateralled to 



The Chocs came back, tied it up, and then went ahead 20 to 14. Late in the 
fourth quarter the Majors put on a do-or-die effort, and Cain passed to Lowery for the 
third score, tying the game. A deathlike silence fell upon the stands as Lewis prepared 
to attempt the conversion. Straight and true the spheroid flew between the uprights, 
and that was the ball game — except for a feeble field goal attempt by the Chocs. 



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Third Row — Woods (Mgr.), McCasl<ill, Little, Irby, B. Smith, Short, James, Kelley, Prewitt, Fuzal<, 

Williams, Murphy, Kirkland, Scott, Greenlee, Stewart, Waldrop, O'Neil, Kimball, Richter (Mgr. I. 



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Majors 

Delta State 28 

25 Hendrix 

1 3 Sewanee 28 

21 SOUTH PASTURE 20 

27 Howard 7 

27 Ouachita 

33 Southwestern 7 

TOTALS 146 90 



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A Choc rur.ner is nailed after a short gain. 



Glenn Cain — one of our all-round athletes. His cool judgement and great running were 
an invaluable asset. 

John Fenton — a fine defensive back. Hampered by an injury which limited his offen- 
sive quarterbacking this year, John should do great things next fall. 

Red Powell — ex-gyrene and Tennessee mountaineer, a mighty good back. Only a fresh- 
man, he was denied stardom by lack of experience. 

Walter Moses — one who proves that it's not size but ability that counts. 

Walter Waldrop — Playing in the shadow of "T" this year, Drip had little chance to 
shine. He shows promise of blossoming next year. 

Sammy Joe Clorioso — a converted fullback, now a hardhitting halfback who won All- 
Dixie honors. 




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Tommy Parker — All-Dixie his sophomore year. Tom was laid low by injuries and failed 
to live up to his performance of last year. He showed flashes of brilliance in the final 
game and, barring injury, should surpass all expectations next year. 

John Lowe ry — Smashing opposing lines like matchsticks, the big cheese carried off 
M. V. P. and All-Dixie honors. Since he is just a freshman, the Majors will have an of- 
fensive punch for three more seasons. 

Billy Greenlee — Billy was a high school tailback. After a visit with Uncle Sam, he came 
to Millsaps and saw duty as a defensive half back. 



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Sonny Buzzarde — • After a year with the blue-shirts, Sonny came into his own. 

Paul Murphy — was late reporting but caught up quickly and did a creditable job as a 
defensive end and tackle. 

Bobby Joe Smith — another case of the right man in the wrong position. Bobby Joe 
shifted from tackle to end and became one of the better ends in the conference. 



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MURPHY, End 



B. SMITH, End 








Cain goes for a big gain in the Ouachita game. 
Lowery crashes over to start the route of Southwestern. 



Scott Kimball — A returning vet- 
eran, Scott was a defensive tackle 
and filled in excellently as offen- 
sive guard in the final game. 

Tom Boone — another ex-Marine 
and a bone-crushing tackier. He 
spent so much time in the oppon- 
ents' backfield that officials 
sometimes though they were us- 
ing 1 2 men. 

Mit Roby — Too much age and 
experience ahead of him this year. 
He shows promise for the future. 




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BOONE, Tackle 



Kim Smith — a half pint guard playing out his fourth season. A vicious down-field 
blocker, he can well be called "the mighty mite." 

Charles Catledge — a member of the Mississippi high school all-star team. This cap- 
able youngster shared center duties with O'Neil this year. 

Bill Fuzak — a converted yankee. Bill was an All-Dixie tackle and dealt a lot of misery 
to the opposition. 



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WILLIAMS, Tackle 



McCASKILL, Tackle 



IPS' fill 



James Williams — Better known as "Big Willie," this hard hitting behemoth anchored 
the left side of the defensive line. 

Joe McCaskill — biggest of the majors. Joe moves his 235 pounds with surprising agil- 
ity. A block of granite on defensive, Joe will return next year. 



Cain breaks loose for a score against Howard. 
Lewis makes the first conversion of the season against Hendrix. 





Tom Prewitt — Tom started as a fullback but really found himself at defensive end. 

Peyton Weems — the old man of the gridiron. After he and Major Millsaps organized 
the team, Peyton went to visit Uncle Sam. He returned to climax a long and glorious ca- 
reer this year. 

John Little — a fine pass receiver. John finally scored a touchdown which penalties had 
denied him in four games. Even more valuable as a punter, he was dubbed "the foot." 

Dave Powell — Changing from defense to offense this year, Dave made the switch with 
no trouble and did a mighty good job. 





The first- score of the season — Cain's under there somewhere. 



POWELL, End 



One Hundred Twenty-Five 




STEWART, Tackle 



AWAD, Guard 



EDWARDS, Back 



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Bill Stewart — Two times All-Dixie, Stewart was slated to double duty until an injury 
confined him to defense solely. His position will be hard to fill. 

Johnny Awad — another half-pint guard, a good little man, and only a freshman. Who 
can predict what he will do if he grows up!' 

Paul Edwards — Better known as a track star, Paul put his record-breaking speed to 
good use as a halfback. 

William James — Lack of experience kept Bill on the sidelines this year, but he has 
three more left. 



JAMES, Tackle 




Hey Awad! You ♦hink you can handle all of them? 



One Hundred Twenty-Six 





1 CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary- Treasurer 



T. W. LEWIS 
PEYTON WEEMS 
TOMMY WOODS 



AJOnTTE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President ----------- "MIM" CARPENTER 

Vice-President -------- MARTHA SUE MONTGOMERY 

Secretary-Treasurer -------- ANNIE GREER LEONARD 

Reporter .----------- JO ANNE COOPER 

Faculty Advisor --------- MISS FRANCES DECELL 



MEMBERS 

Jimmy Allen 
Johnny Awad 
Tom Boone 
Glenn Cain 
Charles Catledge 
Jack Dunbar 
Bill Fuzak 

Sammie Joe Glonoso 
Billy Greenlee 
Jerry Gulledge 
Joe Hobbs 
Tommy Jolly 
Jimmy Jones 
Reed Jones 
Scott Kimball 
Bennie Kirkland 
T. W. Lewis 
John Little 
John Lowery 
Joe McCaskill 
Johnny Morris 
Paul Murphy 
Arthur O'Neal 
Dave Powell 
Red Powell 
Fred Powers 
Tom Pruitt 
Mit Roby 
Oliver Scott 
Bobby Joe Smith 
Kim Smith 
Jack Speights 
Bill Stewart 
Drew Townes 
Jerry Trigg 
Walter Waldrop 
N. R. Walley 
Oscar Walley 
Peyton Weems 
Willie Williams 
Harry Woods 
Tommy Woods 



MEMBERS 

Aspasia Athas 
Jo Anne Bratton 
"Mim" Carpenter 
Jo Anne Cooper 
Annabelle Crisler 
Minnie Farlow 
Dee Ford 
Sybil Foy 
Joanne Huggins 
Jo Ann Kux 
Annie Greer Leonard 
Adalee Matheny 
Mary Lou McGee 
Mary Frances 

McMurray 
Martha Sue 

Montgomery 
Jeanette Sanders 
Fredda Shelton 
Mary Alice Shields 
Rachel Simpson 
Betty Small 
Bettye Smith 
Ivey Wallace 
Nanette Weaver 
Joan Wilson 

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A long drive — down the fairway? 



Chalk up another ten for noble effort. 



Ace — and no foot fault. 



"Now shift your weight — evenly ■ 
from your right foot." 



"Eighteen-point. But whose serve is 
it?" 



' and a smashing back-hand vol- 



ley." 



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of "conversation." 





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First row — Speights, Allen, Jolly, Powell, Cain, Trigg iMgr.i. 
Second row — O, Walley, Morris, N. Walley, Jones, Woods, Weems. 



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As far as overall records go, basketball should have been left out. However pros- 
pects for the future are brighter than ever. Fielding a predominantly freshman squad, the 
Majors scored three victories over the Choctaws. Led by 6'4" Johnny Morris, the cage 
crew showed plenty of spirit and hustle. Heavy examination schedules caused the team 
to be left out of the Dixie Conference Tourney. This was a disappointment to all, be- 
cause we had defeated the winner in earlier season play. 



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WEEMS 



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POWELL 


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SPEIGHTS 



JOLLEY 





Returning lettermen — Glenn Cain, Drew Towns, Tommy Woods, and Joe Hobbs. 



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The baseball team was the first and only athlefic team to fall victim to the 
Choctaws this year. They were a fine aggregation in every respect except one. That, 
of course, was pitching. Only one first line hurler was available, and he could only 
pitch so many games. They were a scrappy, hustling ball club and one of which we 
could all be proud. Most of the players will be with us again next year and expectations 
are high for bigger and better things. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



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Wallace 

Allen 

Moore 

Standing: 

Lewis 

Weems 

Moore 

Blount 

Sandefur 

Mills 

Cavett 

Hunt 

Brindley 



OFFICERS 

President - . . . . JIMMY ALLEN 

Vice-President ---------- T, W. LEWIS 

Secretary ---------- DR. ROSS MOORE 

O D K is a national honorary society which recognizes leadership in campus ac- 
tivities and scholarship. It is the highest honor a Millsaps man can receive. 



FACULTY ADVISORS 



Pres. H. Ellis Finger 
Dr. Ross Moore 



Dr. E. S. Wallace 
Mr. Pete Woods 



ALUMNI SPONSORS 



Mr. Mendal Davis 



Mr. Jim Livesay 



Jimmy Allen 
Dave Balius 
Bob Blount 
Charles Boyles 
Barry Brindley 
Van Cavett 



MEMBERS 

Magruder Corban 
Roy Epperson 
Eddie Cossard 
Sidney Head 
Robert Hunt 
T. W. Lewis 



Henry Mills 
John Moore 
John Sandifur 
Irby Turner 
Peyton Weems 



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One Hundred Thirty-Seven 



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OFFICERS 

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

Vice-President - - - - JOSIE LAMPTON 

Secretary-Treasurer ------- JOHNNIE V^EBB 



Sigma Lambda is the women's leadership honorary which was founded by ODK. 
It recognizes leadership in campus activities and scholarship. Sigma Lambda sponsors 
Coffee Hour and the Varsity Show. 



Jo Ann Bratton 
Cecile Brown 
Marguerite Denny 
Virginia Edge 



MEMBERS 

Minnie Farlow 
Dee Ford 
Audrey Jennings 
Josie Lampton 



Barbara Myers 
Johnnie Webb 



ADVISORS 



Miss Elizabeth Craig 
Mrs. Ellis Finger 



Miss Mildred Morehead 
Mrs. Mary Stone 



Myers. Lampton, Edge, Bratton, Brown, Webb, Denny. 




One Hundred Thirty-Eight 



RiniHI KORIiRS 



OFFICERS 
President ---------- NORMA NORTON 

Vice-President ---------- HELEN DAVIS 

Secretary-Treasurer -------- SARAH DENNIS 

Social Chairman -------- BETTYE RUSSELL 

Publicity Chairman ------- CAROLYN BARIA 



The purpose of W C Vv' is to provide a means through which all girls interested 
in some phase of full time Christian work may find help in securing positions, inspira- 
tion, guidance, and fellowship — and also an opening for many service projects on and 
off the campus. 



Julia Allen 
Carolyn Baria 
Louise Campbell 
Eva Chambers 
Anne Chatham 
Helen Davis 
Sarah Dennis 
Nell Foster 



MEMBERS 

Joyce King 
Josie Lampton 
Beckett Lovett 
Adalee Matheny 
Ann McElroy 
Frances Moore 
Norma Norton 
Mary Ann O'Neal 



Frances Ross 
Bettye Russell 
Wilma Ryan 
Jeaninne Sharp 
Clara Slee 
Theresa Terry 
Betty Westbrook 
Claudette Westerfield 



First Row — Chatham, Ryan, Westbrook, Campbell, Slee, Dennis, Norton, Davis. Baria, 

Wilkerson, Matheny. 
Second Row — Moore, Chambers, Westerfield, Johnston, Terry, Lovett, Sharp, McElroy, 

King, Shaw, Ross. 
Third Row — Lampton, O'Neal, 




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OFFICERS 

President ---------.- JIMMY BENSON 

Vice-President --------- ROBERT HUNT 

Secretary-Treasurer ------ BARRY WHITEHURST 

Reporter ---------- JAMES BURNETT 

It is the purpose of the Ministerial League to promote fellowship among the stu- 
dents who plan to enter the ministry, who in turn endeavor to promote campus-wide 
fellowship and spiritual freshness. The league sponsors, with the help of the YWCA, 
mission points located in different areas of the city. In this manner the students are able 
to help others, thereby gaining experience and spiritual strength for themselve.s. 



Robert Alexander 
Ray Bardin 
James Benson 
Chester Bolton 
Charles Boyles 
Dudley Brown 
James Burnett 
James B. Buskirk 
Fred Blumer 
Robert Yates Butts 
Sidney Clement 
Lonnie A. Cumberland 



Victor Dale Dickerson 
Jerry Eskridge 
Allie Frazier 
Robert Earl Crenough 
Edwcrd T. Hassell 
Harry Hawkins 
Sidney A. Head 
Jerry Hilton 
Adam B. Hillman, Jr. 
Louis Hodges 
Eugene Holmes 
Charles Hollowell 



MEMBERS 

Yeager Hudson 
Robert Hunt 
Lonnie Johnston 
Cecil Jo.",es 
Clarence C. Koskie 
Frank Currie Koskie 
Charles D. Laseter 
T. W. Lewis, III 
Joe Barry McCaskill 
Leslie Nabors 
Frank A. Nash, Jr. 
Arthur O'Neill 



Harold Peden 
George W. Philips 
Charles H. Pigott 
W. D. Pigott 
Dav:d D. Powell 
Tommy Price 
Ernest Porter 
Gene Sparks 
O. H. Scott, Jr. 
Bobby Joe Smith 
James E. Smith 
Wayne Rushing 



Jerry Trigg 
Oscar Walley 
Warren Wasson 
Fred Whit'ram 
Morris E. White 
Berry Whi ehurst 
Burwell E. Williams 
Cecil Williamson 
Jerry Williamson 
Jess Douglas Wofford 
Hillman Wolfe 
R. T. Woodard 



First Row — Holmes, Whitehurst, Way, Jones, Brown, Benson, Lewis, Hollowell, Alexander, 

Hunt. 
Second Row — Crenough, Hillman, Sparks, Whitam, Streetman, Wasson, Harrison, Powell, 

Youngs, Bretner. 
Third Row — Rushing, Hudson, Buskirk, Porter, Price, Johnston. 





CABINET 

President ---------- LONNI E JOHNSTON 

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

Secretary-Treasurer ------- JOHNNY HOWELL 

Publicity Chairman ------- ARTHUR O'NEIL 

Recreation Chairman ------ CHARLES BOYLES 

Committee Chairmen ------- JOHN FENTON 

VERNON EPPINETTE 
PAUL WALTERS 
FRED WHITAM 



Every male student at Millsaps is a member of the Y. M. C. A.; but it is the 
members of the cabinet who correlate the campus activities of the organization. 



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OFFICERS 

President ---------- JO ANN BRATTON 

Vice-President --------- JOANNE HUCCINS 

Secretary ---------- JEANNINE SHARP 

Treasurer -------- ANNIE GREER LEONARD 

Commission Chairmen ----- NANETTE WEAVER 

LUCY ROBINSON 

HELEN DAVIS 

LOUISE HIGHT 

Social Chairmen ------- JULIA AUST LEWIS 

ANN MclNVALE 

Chairman of Bethlehem Center - - BETTY JO POWELL 

Publicity ---------- RACHEL SIMPSON 

Advisor - - - - - FRANCES DECELL 



The purpose of "Y" of Millsaps campus is to form an organization of Christian 
college women, committed to Christian beliefs and carrying the responsibilities of mem- 
bership. The membership is composed of those who choose to share in its program of 
high standards. 



Seated — Mclnvale, Brown, Muggins, Leonard, Height, Sharp, Suthoff. 
Standing - Weaver, Lewis, DeceH, Davis, Bratton, Simpson, Powell, Rob'nson. 





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MEMBERS 



Charles Boyles 
Van Cavett 
Joseph Conti 
Fred Delong 
Eddy Cossard 



R. L. McCarter (Pres.) 
John Moore 
Claude Smith 
Earl Smi h 
Ed Sturdivant 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Prof. Lance Goss 
Prof. Paul Hardin 



Prof. A. C. Sanders 
Dr. M. C. White 



Seated — Sturdivant, White, Moore. 

Standing — Smilh, Cavett, Delong, McCarter. 

Kit Kat, oldest and most exclusive of Millsaps honoraries, recognizes outstand- 
ing creative writing ability and excellence in culinary art. 



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Chi Delta is the honorary for women recognizing ability in creative writing 
takes an active interest in the Southern Literary Festival and Stylus. 



OFFICERS 
President ------ BARBARA MYERS 

Vice-President - - - - RACHEL SIMPSON 

Secretary-Treasurer - - JO ANNE BRATTON 



FACULTY ADVISOR 

Miss Mildred Morehead 



Myers, Bratton, Cooper, Parker, Brown. 




MEMBERS 

Dunbar Babb.tt 
Jo Anne Bratton 
Cecile Brown 
Norma Busse 
Frances Cook 
Jo Anne Cooper 
Katie Jo Easley 
Nona Ewing 
Audrey Jennings 
Edna Khayat 
Barbara Myers 
Shirley Parker 
Rachel Simpson 
Mary Vaughan 



MEMBERS 

T. W, Lewis 
Mim Carpenter 
Clenna Goodwin 
Virginia Edje 
Charles Boyles 
Van Cavett 
Barry Brind'ey 
Elizabeth Lampton 
Nona Ewing 
Jimmy Allan 
Robert Blount 




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STUDLNTS 
and UNIVERSITIES 



Inclusion in Who's Who is one of the highest honors a student can attain. Ev- 
ery year a faculty committee nominates eleven students for this honor. 



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Pi Kappa Delta is the national foren- 
sic honorary, recognizing those who par- 
ticipate in intercollegiate debates and 
speech contests. These debaters make 
several trips each year and have com- 
peted successfully against many high 
ranking teams. 



President 



Robert Hunt 
Tulane Posey 



OFFICERS 

- - - ROBERT HUNT 

MEMBERS 

Irby Turner 



FACULTY ADVISORS 



Dr. R. Mcllvenna 



Prof. Lance Coss 



One Hundred Forty-Three 



Hunt, Posey. 





Front Row — Wasson, Jennings, Louis, Harrison. 
Back Row — Ellis, Estes, Corban, Sandefur, Sykes. 



OFFICERS 

President ----------- TOM LOUIS 

Vice-President ---------- SARA WASSON 

Secretary-Treasurer ------ AUDREY JENNINGS 

Faculty Advisor -------- RICHARD R. PRIDDY 

Theta Nu Sigma is the Millsaps natural science honorary. It's membership is 
composed of science majors of high scholastic ability. 



Benny Banahan 
Jack Cooper 
Magruder Corban 
Hunter Daniel 
A. W. Ellis 
Roy Epperson 
Nowell Estes 
A. W. Ferriss 
Dee Ford 



MEMBERS 

Durwcod Harrison 
Audrey Jennings 
Tom Louis 
Errol Malvaney 
Ernest Mincy 
John W. Moore 
Steve Moore 
Roy Parker 
Don Richardson 



John Sandefur 
Billy Frank Sistrunk 
Earl Smith 
Charles Sommers 
Wayne Sturdiva"t 
Granville Sykes 
Sara Wasson 



Charles B. Galloway 
Eb C. Girvin 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Franklin W. James 
J. B. Price 



Thomas L. Reynolds 



One Hundred Forty-Four 



One Hundred Forty-Five 



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OFFICERS 

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

Vice-President ---------- JOHN MOORE 

Secretary-Treasurer ------- DURBO HARRISON 

Historian --------- MAGRUDER CORBAN 

Faculty Advisor --------- DR. J. B. PRICE 

AED strives to help all pre-med students in their pre-medical activities. This 
honorary sponsors the Red Cross drive and various speakers outstanding in the medical 
field. 



James Abrogast 
Bennie Banahan 
John Broadwater 
Dave Colbert 
Magruder Corban 
A. W. Ferris 
Dee Ford 
Durbo Harrison 



MEMBERS 

Audrey Jennings 
Jimmy Long 
Tom Louis 
Errol Malvaney 
Henry Mills 
Ernest Mincy 
John Moore 
Steve Moore 



Clayton Overton 
McWillie Robinson 
John Sandefur 
Billy Frank Sistrunk 
Earl Smith 
Wayne Sturdivant 
Sara Wasson 



Seated — Jennings, Dr. Price, Wasson, Dr. James, Ford. 

Standing — Moore, Corban, Sturdivant, Robinson, Malvaney, Lewis, Sistrunk, Sandefur. 




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OFFICERS 

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

Vice-President ---------- KIM SMITH 

Secretary ----------- NONA EWING 

Faculty Advisor --------- LANCE GOSS 

Alpha Psi Omega recognizes outstanding interest, ability, and participation in 
all phases of dramatics. This year, its 25th, has been the most successful, with over one 
fourth of the entire student body taking active part in the productions. The major pro- 
ductions for this year included "Death of a Salesmian," "Liliom," and "The Philadelphia 
Story." 



Seated — Coss, Myers, Muggins, Ewing, Blount, Goodwin, Edge. 

Standing — Reid, Smith, Simpson, Delong, Gaby, Crisler, Schmidt, Head. 




MEMBERS 

Bob Blount 
Barry Brindley 
Annabelle Crisler 
Fred Delong 
Jack Dunbar 
Virginia Edge 
Nona Ewing 
Ewin Gaby 
Clenna Goodwin 
Janie Haining 
Anne Hand 
Sid Head 
John R. Howell 
Joanne Huggins 
Audrey Jennings 
Bobby Myers 
Cola O'Neal 
George Reid 
Joe Schmidt 
Rachel Simpson 
Kim Smith 
Ed Sturdivant 




Seated — Bacot, Dr. Moore, Webb, Steele, Denny. 

Sisnding — Posey, Hodges, Dix, Williams, Brindley, Coss, Hunt. 



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OFFICERS 

President -------- MARGUERITE DENNY 

Vice-President --------- VAN CAVETT 

Secretary-Treasurer ------- JANIS EDMONSON 

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 subjects. 



Lynn Bacot 
Van Cavett 
Emily Costigan 
John Crab 
Marguerite Denny 



MEMBERS 

Keith Dix 
Janis Edmonson 
Louis Hodges 
Robert Hunt 
R. L. McCarter 



Cola O'Neal 
Irby Turner 
J. A. Williams 



Dr. Ross Moore 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

Prof. Steele 



One Hundred Forty-Seven 




Seated — Suthoff, Babington, Roberts, Boackle, Bussie. 

Standing — Pearson, Khayat, Kent, Russell, Athias, Riecken, Burton, Chatam, Harrell. 



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OFFICERS 

President ------- MARY ANN BABINGTON 

Vice-President -------- JIMMIE SCHIMPF 

Secretary-Treasurer ------- HELEN DAVIS 

The Beethoven Club tries to promote an appreciation and understanding of 



Aspasia Athas 
Mary Ann Babington 
Careme Boackle 
Louise Burton 
Norma Bussee 
Mona Ree Canode 
Am Chatam 



MEMBERS 

Henry Clements 
Helen Davis 
A. W. Ellis 
Roy Epperson 
Gene Harrell 
Edna Khayat 
Ruth A. Pearson 



EInora Riecken 
Betty Russell 
Jimmie Schmipf 
Peggy Suthoft 
Bill Warrick 
Rosemary Williams 



FACULTY ADVISOR 

Mrs. J. L. Roberts 



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Seated — Canode, Brown, Burton, Crisler, McDaniel, Webb, Leonard, Kelley, Turnage, Mathenv- 
Standing — Doggett, Babington, Wells, Moore, Prof. Haynes, Mrs. Haynes, Brantley, Denny, 
Bacot. 



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OFFICERS 
President -------- ANNABELLE CRISLER 

Vice-President -------- JOHNNIE WEBB 

MARY ANN O'NEIL 

Secretary ------ MARY ELIZABETH McDANIEL 

Treasurer ------- ANNIE GREER LEONARD 

Scrapbook Chairman ------- CECILE BROWN 

Reporter ---------- ADALEE MATHENY 

Kappa Delta Epsilon, a professional education sorority, promotes the cause of 
education by fostering high scholastic standing and professional ideals among those 
preparing for the teaching profession. 



Mary Ann Babington 
Lynn Bacot 
Marline Brantley 
Cecile Brown 
Louise Burton 
Mona Ree Canode 
Annabelle Crisler 



MEMBERS 

Karolyn Doggett 
Marguerite Denny 
Virginia Kelley 
Josie Lampton 
Annie Greer Leonard 
Mary Elizabeth McDaniel 
Adalee Matheny 



Elinor Moore 
Mrry Ann O'Nei 
Marie Turnage 
Marilyn Violette 
Johnnie Webb 
Lonetta Wells 



One Hundred Forty-Nine 




Scitcd - Matheny, Edge, Dr. Hamilton, Weaver, O'Neil. 
Standing — King, Epperson, Whitam, Lott, Hunt, Denny, Leonard. 



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OFFICERS 

President ---------- ROY EPPERSON 

Vice-President -------- ROBERT HUNT 

Secretary-Treasurer ------ NANETTE WEAVER 

Eta Sigma Phi recognizes excellence in the classical languages, Latin and Creek. 
A campus tradition is its annual Roman banquet. 



Stanley Cook 
John Cooper 
Marguerite Denny 
Virginia Edge 
Roy Epperson 
Betty Ciffen 
Betty Cray 



MEMBERS 

Robert Hunt 
Kathryn King 
Annie Greer Leonard 
Julia Lewis 
John Lott 
Frank Mangum 
Adalee Matheny 



Cola O'Neal 
Mary Alice Shields 
Irby Turner 
Nanette Weaver 
Fred Whitam 



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OFFICERS 

President --------- NEIL COVINGTON 

Vice-President --------- BILL STEWART 

Secretary-Treasurer ------- KATIE JO EASLEY 

Advisor --------- DR. RAY S. MUSGRAVE 

The Millsaps Psychological Society endeavors to further the study of psychology 
majors by frequent guest lecturers, departmental projects, and informal gatherings at 
the Musgraves. 



Chester Bolton 
Dudley Brown 
Yeager Hudson 



MEMBERS 

Montie Lambert 
Frank Nash 
Leslie Page 



Charles Scott 
Gary Sneed 
Don Youngs 



Seated — Scott, Bolton, Brown, Youngs, Easley, Covington. 
Standing — Stewart, Lambert, Page, Sneed, Hudson, Nash. 




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LAMAR AND STATE 
THEATRES 

JACKSON, MISS. 




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"Johnson Will Clean If 



JACKSON 3r. MISS 




SHOE STORE 



THE SEASON'S 
SMARTEST FASHIONS 
IN i\n^N'S SHOES 



One Hundred F'tfty-Foiir 



MISSISSIPPI POWER & LIGHT (0. 

HELPING BUILD MISSISSIPPI FOR 
OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY 



PATTERSON REXALL DRUG STORES 

DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION 
SPECIALISTS 

FREE DELIVERY 



THE MERCHANTS CO. 

Wholesalers of 

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 
FRESH PRODUCE 



Reid-McGee 

516 E. Capitol St. 
Dial 5-7451 




14? llop6ll larn^P Stpeefe 



BURKHEAD'S MACHINE WELDING 

AND 

BOILER WORKS 

917 S. State Phone 5-2387 



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FAMOUS COAST TO COAST 

Dine ajid Dance 

Highway 49 at 5 Points 

JACKSON, MISS. 



?GOING FISHING ? 

FOR YOUR SPORTING 
AND PARTYING NEEDS 

See 

MONTGOMERY HARDWARE (0. 



3003 N. State 



Phone 6-4441 



One Hundred Fifty-Five 



STEVENS 



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HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES 




221 E. Capitol 



LAMON GOINGS 

SCHOOL OF DANCE 

President Miss. -Alabama Assn. of Dance Masters 
Member D.M.A.; C.N.A.D.M.; M.A.D.M. 

BALLET • TOE • ADAGIO • ACROBATIC 
MODERN TAP • BALLROOM — ALL TYPES 



DIAL 3-7792 



705 N. STATE 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

McRAE'S 

"You'll Find It Pays 
To Shop McRae's!" 



JACKSON 



JITNEY -JUNGLE 



STORES 



JACKSON, 



MISS. 



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THE CAMPUS HANG-OUT 

SANDWICHES - COLD DRINKS - SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
BOOKS - SOUVENIRS 



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YOU CAN EXPECT THE BEST AT 

MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

JACKSON, MISS. 
* 

-^ Highly accredited, four -year liberal arts education. 

■^ Full scholastic, cultural, and social development for both men and women 
students. 

^ Graduate courses in education during the summer, and continuous night 
adult undergraduate courses in cooperation with the University of Mis- 
sissippi. 

* 

SUMMER TERMS: JUNE 4 - JULY 7 — JULY 8 - AUG. 11 
FALL SEMESTER BEGINS SEPTEMBER 7 

* 

"UNSURPASSED LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION FOR MORE 
THAN SIXTY YEARS." 



One Hundred Fifty-Seven 




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For "The Pause That Refreshes" 

JACKSON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 





^NE OF THE SOUTH'S^ GREAT STORES 



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FASHION CAPITAL OF MISSISSIPPI 



One Hundred Fifty-Eight 



Exclusive Underwood Agents in this Territory 




Underwovod Standard Electric, 
P()rlal)le Ty]X'Nvriteis 

Siindstrand Adding - P'iguring 
Machines 

Friden Calculators 

A. B. Dick Mimeograph 

Ditto Duplicators 

p]dison Voice Wiiters 

Speedrite Check Writers 

Underwood - Elliott - Fisher 
Bookkeei)ing 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 



One Hrindred Fifty-Nine 



PRUITT PHOTO 
SERVICE 

"A PORTRAIT 

LIVES FOREVER" 

216 N. Con.^ress Phone 3-1137 



THE 

TUCKER PRINTING HOUSE 

"GENUINE COPPER PL A T E E N G R A \ E R S " 
Office Supplies — Office Equipment 

"A MODERN OFFICE SAVES WORK" 

113 North State St. - - - 0pp. Old Capitol 

One Hundred Sixty 



NORTH STATE PHARMACY 

1808 N. State St. 

RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET 

FROM THE CaRLS DORMITORIES 



MORI LUGGAGE STORE 



EVERYTHING FOR THE TRAVELER 



109 O 111 West Capitol Dial 3-5472 



SERVICE CLEANERS 

"CERTIFIED COLD FVR STORAGE" 

3220 W. Capitol St. 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



FOR DELICIOUS FOOD . . . 
FOR FINE ENTERTAINMENT . . 
ITS 




RESTAURANT 

119 So. President 

Dial 2-6476 

Frank Chiddix at the Piano and Ham- 
mond Organ nightly except Monday 



ENGRAVING 

BY 

ALABAMA ENGRAVING COMPANY 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



One Hundred Sixty-One 



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