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MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

«c«S0« HSSISSWI FOUHOED 1890 

. mim mi college of tie hethodist church 

MWIW. FULLY 4CCREOITED 



DECREES OFFERED: 
MCHIIOROFARTS ■ BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 




Bobasliela 




dedication 



The person to whom this dedication is made 
has been for many years a friend to the students 
of Millsaps. 

Through his instruction he has helped to shape 
the lives of the countless graduates who have gone 
out from the College. Not only has he been an 
excellent teacher and a sound scholar, but he has 
maintained a constant interest in the welfare of 
his students. 

His life has been an expression of the highest 
Christian principles and ideals. We are thankful 
to have known him. 

It is with great pride that we dedicate this, 
the 1954 Bobashela, to . . . 



DR. ROSS HENDERSON MOORE 



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ROSS HENDERSON MOORE 



Gur PRESIDEI1T 




President Finger was inaugur- 
ated on October 30, 1952. In the 
short time that he has been with 
us the College has made many 
strides forward. 

A very progressive policy is 
underway whereby the College 
will launch a new building pro- 
gram, strengthen its endowment, 
and raise instructors salaries. 

President Finger has done a 
good job. We are confident that 
under his guidance Mil Isaps' fu- 
ture is secure. 



HOMER ELLIS FINGER, JR. 



BOARD / TRUSTEES 

OFFICERS 

R. L. Ezelle President 

N.J. Colding _ Secretary 

A. B. Campbell Treasurer 



Term Expires In 1953 

W. E. Bufkin Leland 

R. L. Ezelle, LL.D. __ Jackson 

Rev. B. M. Hunt, D.D. Jackson 

Rev. V. R. Landrum .__ Columbia 

John McEachin Grenada 

W. O. Tatum ...Hattiesburg 

Rev. L. P. Wasson, D.D. West Point 

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



Term Expires In 1956 

Rev. W. J. Cunningham, D.D Tupelo 

John Egger Meridian 

Rev. N. J. Golding, D.D. .._ Greenwood 

A. L. Rogers ._ -New Albany 

Rev. W. B. Selah, D.D. Jackson 

Rev J. D. Slay Hattiesburg 

F. B. Smith Ripley 

Virgil D. Youngblood _. Brookhaven 



DEfln of FACULTY 



WILLIAM EMIL REICKEN 

Professor of Biology 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Indiana University 




WILLIAM EMIL REICKEN 



DEflll of STUDEMS 



JAMES EDWARD McCRACKEN 

B.S., Muskingum College 
M A., Ph.D., Ohio State University 




JAMES EDWARD McCRACKEN 




MILDRED LILLIAN MOREHEAD 




DEfln of woniFn 

MILDRED LILLIAN MOREHEAD — As- 
sociate Professor of English; A.B., Mis- 
sissippi State College for Women; A.M., 
Duke University. 



BUSII1ESS IMAGER 

JAMES W. WOOD — B.S., Mississippi 
State College. 



JAMES W. WOOD 



PAUL D. HARDIN 




REGISTRAR 

PAUL D. HARDIN — Associate Profes- 
sor of English; A.B., Millsaps College; 
A.M , Duke University; Graduate work, 
University of Southern California. 



D0RH1IT0RY niHTRons 

MRS. HELEN DANIEL 
Men's Dormitories 

MRS. F. M. MASSEY 
Founders Hall 

MRS. HATTIE COOPER 
Sanders and Whitworth Halls 



Business staff 

JEAN PATRICK 
Assistant, Business Office 

MRS. FRANCIS W. SHELTON 
Bookkeeper 

MRS. DOROTHY B. NETTLES 
Cashier 



REGISTRAR'S STAFF 

MRS. JESSIE JORDAN 

MRS. BEATRICE WOODARD 

MRS. NITA MAYERHOFF 





R. E. ANDINC 



H. E. AVERY 



C. M. BARTLINC 



ROBERT E. ANDINC — Assistant Professor of Relig- 
ion; B.A., Millsaps College; B.D., Emory University. 



ROBERT E. BERGMARK — Emory University; Bach- 
elor of Sacred Theology, Boston University. 



HAROLD E. AVERY — B.Mus.Ed., University of Net 
raska ; Mus.M. Diploma, Drake University. 



THOMASINA BLISSARD — B.S., Belhaven College; 
M.A., Vanderbilt University. 



C. M. BARTLINC — Director of Physical Education 
and Coach; B.B.A., University of Mississippi. 



MRS. J. T. CALDWELL 



FACULTY 





FACULTY 



R. E. BERCMARK 



THOMASINA BLISSARD 



W. J. BRETT — Assistant Professor of Biology; B.S., 
Northern Illinois State Teachers' College; M.S., 
Miami University; Ph.D., Northwestern University. 

MRS. J. T. CALDWELL, JR. — Mathematics Instruc- 
tor; B.A., Millsaps College; Graduate Work, Uni- 
versity-Millsaps Center. 

MAGNOLIA COULLET — Associate Professor of La- 
tin; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., University of 
Pennsylvania; Garduate Work, American Academy 
in Rome; University of Chicago; B.M., Belhaven 
College; Graduate Work in Voice, Bordeaux, France. 



BETTY COX — Secretary to the President; Univer- 
sity of Mississippi. 

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. 



MAGNOLIA COULLET 



JETTY COX 



ELIZABETH CRAIG 






J. S. FERGUSON 



C. B. CALLOWAY 



MARGUERITE GOODMAN 



JAMES S. FERGUSON — Professor of History; A.B., 
Millsaps College; A.M., Louisiana State University; 
Ph.D., University of North Carolina; Ford Scholar 
Yale University. 

CHARLES B. CALLOWAY — Associate Professor of 
Physics; B.S., Millsaps College; A.M., and advanced 
graduate work, Duke University. 

MARGUERITE 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 C. GUEST — Assistant Professor of Biol- 
ogy; A.B., M.S., Emory University. 



A. P. HAMILTON 



R. R. HAYNES 



N. K. HEDERI 





FACULTY 



LANCE COSS 



ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON — Professor of Class- 
ical Languages and German; A.B., Birmingham- 
Southern College; A.M., Ph.D., University of Penn- 
sylvania; Graduate Work, University of Leipzig. 

ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES — Professor of Edu- 
cation; A.B., LL.B., University of Tennessee; Vice 
Consul of the United States in Scotland and Eng- 
land; A.M., and advanced Graduate Work, George 
Peabody College. 

NELLIE KHAYAT HEDERI — Instructor of Spanish; 
B.A., Mississippi State College for Women; M.A., 
Tulane University. 



NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY — Instructor of Sec- 
retarial Studies; A.B., Mississippi State College for 
Women. 

FRANKLIN WARD JAMES — Associate Professor of 
Chemistry; B.S., Mississippi College; Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. 

ALVIN JON KING — Director of Millsaps Singers; 
Oberlin Conservatory of Music; Northwestern School 
of Music; Christiansen Choral School; Private Study 
with W. S. B. Mathews, Fannie Zeisler, and Prower 
Symonds. 



NANCY HOLLOWAY 



F. W. JAMES 



A. J. KING 






F. M. LANEY, JR. 



J. J. LIVESAY 



R. L. MclLVENNA 



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FRANK M. LANEY, JR. — Associate Professor of 
History; B.A., University of Mississippi; M.A., 
University of Virginia. 

JAMES J. LIVESAY — Director of Public Relations 
and Alumni Secretary; A.B., Millsaps College. 

RAYMOND L. MclLVENNA — Professor of Political 
Science; A.B., Willamette University; A.M., Ph.D., 
Harvard University. 



GEORGE LAMAR MADDOX, JR. — Assistant Profes- 
sor of Sociology; B.A., Millsaps 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. 

RAY SIGLER MUSGRAVE — Professor of Psychology; 
A.B., Bethany College; A.M., Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity; Ph.D., Syracuse University. 



J. D. PRICE 



R. R. PRIDDY 



T. L. REYNOLDS 





C. L. MADDOX, JR. 



R. H. MOORE 



R. S. MUSCRAVE 



C I L T Y 



JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE — Professor of Chemisfry; 
B.S., Millsaps College; M.S., University of Missis- 
sippi; Ph.D., Louisiana State University. 

RICHARD R. PRIDDY — Professor of Geology; B.S. 
in Ed., Ohio Northern University; A.M., Ph.D., Ohio 
State University. 

THOMAS LEE REYNOLDS — Professor of Mathemat- 
ics; B.S., Cuilford College; A.M., Ph.D., University 
of North Carolina. 



ARNOLD A. RITCHIE — Assistant Professor of Math- 
ematics; B.S., Northeastern State College of Okla- 
homa; M.S., Oklahoma A. & M. College; Advanced 
Graduate Work at Oklahoma A. & M. and the Uni- 
versity of Tennessee. 

JEAN SAIN — Director of Women's Physical Educa- 
tion; B.S. Physical Education, University of Missis- 
sippi. 

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. 



A. A. RITCHIE 



JEAN SAIN 



A. G. SANDERS 





MARY B. H. STONE 



E. S. WALLACE 



M. C. WHITE 



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FACULTY 



MARY B. H. STONE — Associate Professor of Eng- 
lish; A.B., Randolph-Macon Woman's College; A. 

M., and advanced garduate work, George Pe^body 
College. 

ELBERT STEPHEN WALLACE — Professor of Eco- 
nomics; A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., 
Ph.D., Duke University. 

MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE — Professor of Eng- 
lish; A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., 
Harvard University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. 



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. — Professor of Re- 
ligion; A.B., Millsaps College; B.D., Southern Meth- 
odist University; A.M., Ed.D., Columbia University. 

JOHN T. ZUMBRO — Assistant Professor of Econom- 
ics and Business Administration; B.S., Middle 
Tennessee State College; M.A., University of 
Tennessee; Advanced Graduate Work, University 
of Tennessee. 



KARL WOLFE 



J. D. WROTEN, JR. 



J. T. ZUMBRO 



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ah, SEniOR CLASS 



After four years at Millsaps the time 
has finally come when we must leave. For 
us, college is almost over, and we find that 
we are not anxious to say goodbye. Many 
things have gone into the making of our 



life at Millsaps — work, parties, and friend- 
ships. We regret that these must end, but 
there are other, more important, things to 
be done — and we are eager to do them. 
'Bye Millsaps!' It's been great. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President --------- ODEAN PUCKETT 

Vice-President ------- JOHNNY HOWELL 

Secretary-Treasurer ----- MARY GRANTHAM 



Puckett, Grantham, Howell 





"*! 




'Junior Birdman?" 



Allen, C. W. 
Booth 



Allen, Julia 
Broadwater 



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GRflDUflTinG CLHSS 



FIRST ROW — Charles W. Allen, Jr., PiKA, Itta 
Bena ; Julia Allen, Vikings, Quitman; Aspasia Athas, 
Greenwood; W. E. Ayers, PiKA, Greenville; Dunbar 
Babbit, Phi Mu, Natchez; Jack Birchum, Norman, 
Okla.; Lois Ann Boackle, BSO, Crystal Springs. 



SECOND ROW — Jo Ward Booth, KD, Drew; John 
Broadwater, KS, Crystal Springs; Hugh Burford, Vicks- 
burg; Norma Busse, BSO, Canton; Tarver Butler, KA, 
Hattiesburg; Laverne E. Buzarde, KS, Greenwood; 
Lucretia Caldwell, Philipp. 



Carter 
Cunningham 



Clark 




Cooper, JoAnn 
Dix 











Athas 
Burford 




Ayres 
Busse 



of ffl I L L S II P'S COLLEGE 1954 



THIRD ROW — Harry Carter, KA, New Taswell, 
Tenn.; Robert Clark, Jackson; Olive Coker, ChiO, 
Jackson; Jack Cooper, KA, Starkville; Jo Anne Cooper, 
KD, Greenwood; Christine Covington, Goodman. 



FOURTH ROW — Maggie Cunningham, Jackson; 
Helen Davis, Viking, Utica ; Fred DeLong, PiKA, Tut- 
wiler; Sarah Dennis, Morton; Keith Dix, KS, Spokane, 
Wash.; Jack Dunbar, PiKA, Sumner. 



Covington 
Dunbar 




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"Snake-eyes!" 



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WHAT'S COOKING? 

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'Menace-meat?" 



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GRHDURTIHG C L H S S 





FIRST ROW — Bernice Edgar, Vaughn; 


Minnie Far- 




SECOND ROW — Eddie Cossard, Meridian; 


Mary 




low, ChiO, Jackson; Dee Ford, KD, M 


sgnolia; Sybil 




Grantham, BSO, Jackson; Harry Gulledge, PiKA, 


Jack- 




Foy, BSO, Jackson; Mary Gene Cainey, 


ChiO, Jack- 




son; Bettye Lee Hardwick, KD, Greenwood; Sid 


Head, 




son; Campbell Cilliland, KA, Jackson; 


Sammy Joe 




PiKA, Columbia; Louise Hight, Viking, Pine 


Bluff, 




Clorioso, KS, Itta Bena. 






Ark.; Louis Hodges, Eupora. 




Hood 
Kelly 


Howell, J. M. 
Khayat 


Howell, 
Lans 


J. R. Hudson, R. 
ng Laseter 


Hudson, Y 
Lee 





Cilliland 
Hight 



Clorioso 
Hodges 



of m I L L S A P'S COLLEGE 1954 



THIRD ROW — John Hood, Closter; John M. Howell, 
PiKA, Forest; John R. Howell, KA, Durant; Ruth 
Hudson, Jackson; Yeager Hudson, Norsemen, Mer- 
idian; Audrey Jennings, Phi Mu, Chicago, III. 



FOURTH ROW — Bobby Kelly, PiKA, Jackson; Edna 
Khayat, KD, Moss Point; Janella Lansing, KD, Mc- 
Comb; Charles Laester, Morton; Albert Lee, PiKA, 
Columbus; John Little, KA, Jackson. 



Jennings 
Little 





'Anyone for gin?" 



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G R A D U H T I II G CLASS 



FIRST ROW — Rhemus McCarter, Eupora; J. V. Mc- 
Crory, Canton; Dorothy McCubbins, Jackson; Linda 
Lou McCullar, ChiO, Durant; Mary Lynn McCrath, 
KD, Canton; Ann Mclnvale, KD, Laurel; William E. 
McKinley, KS, Jackson. 



SECOND ROW — Hugh McLellan, LXA, Durant; 
Welton Madden, Carthage; James Maddux, SN, Ind- 
ianola; Frank Mangum, KA, Natchez; Douglas Mathis, 
LXA, Crystal Springs; Ernest Mincy, KA, Jackson; 
Mary Elinor Moore, Phi Mu, Morton. 





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McCubbins 
Maddux 



McKinley 
Moore 



of m I L L S R P'S COLLEGE 1954 



THIRD ROW — Barbara Myers, KD, Greenwood; 
Bobby Myers, PiKA, Jackson; Norma Morton, Lor- 
man; Arthur O'Neil, KS, Jackson; Leslie Page, PiKA, 
Grenada; Tommy Parker, KA, McComb. 



FOURTH ROW — Jeanne Patrick, Viking, Jackson; 
Frances Jo Peacock, KD, Kosciusko; Mary Helen 
Philipps, BSO, Flora; W. D. Pigott, Norsemen, Tyler- 
town; David Powell, KS, Jackson; Sue Powell, ChiO, 
Jackson. 



Parker 
Powell, S. 



Improving their minds. 





'Better than teaching anytime." 



Puckett 
Smith 



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G R A D U II T I n G C L A S S 



FIRST ROW — Mauleene Presley, Pickens; Odean 
Puckett, PiKA, Jackson; McWillie Robinson, KA, 
Jackson; Bettye Russell, Monticello; Wilma Ryan, 
Viking, Bentonia; Dennis Sal ley, PiKA, Eupora ; Jean- 
ette Sanders, KD, Oxford. 



SECOND ROW — Sylvia Sanford, KD, Philadelphia; 
Betty Jo Smith, KD, Kosciusko; Robert Streetman, 
LXA, Durant; Peggy Suthoff, KD, Moss Point; Gran- 
ville Sykes, PiKA, Jackson; Ann Turner, KD, Green- 
wood; Mary Vaughn, KD, Jackson. 



Waits 
Whitehurst 




Waldrop 
Wiggins 

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Walley 
Williamson 



Whitam 
Wilson 




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Robinson 
Streetman 



Sanders 
Vaughn 



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THIRD ROW — Julius Waits, Greenville; Roger Wal- 
drop, LXA, Jackson; Barbara Walker, BSO, Jackson; 
Oscar Walley, KS, Richton; Fred Whitam, Natchez; 
Morris White, Greenwood. 



FOURTH ROW — Berry Whitehurst, Coldwater; Paul 
Wiggins, PiKA, Parchman; Gene Wilkinson, LXA, 
Jackson; Jerry Williamson, Norsemen, Philadelphia; 
Joan Wilson, Vikings, Richton; Tommy Woodard, 
PiKA, Greenville; Tommy Woods, KS, Greenwood. 



White 
Woodard 






Woods 



"1950 — hot off the press. 








S E n I R S Tlot [Pictured 



ALEXANDER, ROBERT D. - - - - Pontotoc 

ARNOLD, ROY T. ----- - Jackson 

BARIA, CAROLYN L. ----- - Culfport 

Vikings 

CAFFEY, TAYLOR D. - - - - - Duckhill 
KS 

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

KS 

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

COSTICAN, EMILY ------ Greenwood 

KD 

CRIM, WILLIAM L. ----- - Jackson 

CUMBERLAND. LONNIE A. - - - - Sharon 

DEMOS, LOUIS -------- Jackson 

LXA 

GARNER, HAROLD W. - - - - - Jackson 

HASSELLE, EDWARD T. - - - - - Meridian 

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

PiKA 

JONES, EDWIN H. ----- - Jackson 

PiKA 

KELLY, ISAIAH B. ----- - Jackson 

KOSKIE, CLARENCE C. - - - - - Camden 

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

PHILLIPS, GEORGE W. ----- - D'Lo 

PIGGOT, CHARLES H. - - - - - Meridian 



PIPKIN, NEIL L. ------ - Jackson 

POWERS, FRED C. ------ - Jackson 

ROMEY, WILLIAM S. ----- - Jackson 

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

SHIRLEY, PAUL D. ----- - Forest 

SMITH, FRED D. ------ - McComb 

KA 

SMITH, JAMES E. ----- - Puckett 

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

THOMPSON, FRANKLIN V. - - - - Canton 

WALTERS, CAROLYN W. - - - - Jackson 
DDD 

WARWICK, WILLIAM WALLACE - - Jackson 

WATSON, FREEMAN C. - - - - - Jackson 

WELLS, LAMAR MILFORD - - - - Jackson 

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

Phi Mu 

WILSON, THOMAS EPPS ----- Jackson 
KA 

WOODBRIDGE, HARDY ----- Jackson 
D Psi 

WRIGHT, WILLIAM E. - - - - - Tunica 

YOUNG, CARY NELL ------ Jackson 




3L UnDERGRHDUHTES . . 




First Row 



FREDDY ABRAHAM, Freshman, PiKA, Vicksburg; 
CLENDA ADAMS, Freshman, Quitman; LOUIS ALEX- 
ANDER, Freshman, Jackson; CAROLYN ALLEN, 
Freshman, BSO, Shaw; FAY ALLEN, Sophomore, Van- 
cleve. 

Second Row: 

PAT ALLEN, Sophomore, KS, Jackson; BOBBY AM- 
MONS, Junior, KS, Jackson; ANN ANDERSON, 
Sophomore, ChiO, Jackson; SHIRLEY ANDERSON, 
Sophomore, Laurel; BILL ANCIN, Freshman, Norse- 
men, Jackson. 

Third Row: 

GEORGE ARMSTRONG, Freshman, KA, Coffeeville; 
VALERA BAILEY, Freshman, ChiO, Holly Springs; 
BARBARA BALLARD, Sophomore, Jackson; RAY 
BARDIN, Sophomore, Jackson; BETTY BARFIELD, 
Sophomore, Phi Mu, Jackson. 



oflne 

MDERGRHDIMES 



Fourth Row: 

FULTON BARKSDALE, Junior, Madison; WORTH 
BENNETT, Sophomore, ChiO, Jackson; SHIRLEY 
BISHOP, Sophomore, BSO, Jackson; CLARICE BLACK, 
Junior, Phi Mu, Drew; JAMES BLAIR, Sophomore, 
PiKA, Quitman. 

Fifth Row: 

FRED BLUMER, Junior, KA, Sumrall; TOM BOONE, 
Sophomore, KS, Memphis; CLARA PARKS BOOTH, 
Freshman, KD, Drew; NATHAN BOWERS, Junior, 
Norsemen, Jackson; JERRY BOYKIN, Junior, KS, 
Laurel. 

Sixth Row: 

MARY BRASHER, Freshman, Jackson; HELEN BREW- 
ER, Freshman, Jackson; JUNE BROCK, Freshman, 
Belzoni; SARA BROCKMAN, Sophomore, Phi Mu, 
Jackson; BILLY BROWN, Sophomore, KS, Jackson. 

Seventh Row: 

CAROL MAE BROWN, Junior, Meridian; NORMA 
BROWN, Freshman, Lorman; SHIRLEY BROWN, 
Freshman, Belzoni; MARGARET BUCHANNAN, Jun- 
ior, Meridian; BILLY BURCH, Sophomore, Jackson. 



Abraham 
Adams 
Alexander 
Allen, C. 
Allen, F. 



Allen, P. 
Ammons 
Anderson, A. 
Anderson, S. 
Angin 



Armstrong 

Bailey 

Ballard 

Bardin 

Barfield 



Barksdale 

Bennett 

Bishop 

Black 

Blair 



Blumer 

Boone 

Booth 

Bowers 

Boykin 



Brasher 
Brewer 
Brock 
Brockman 
Brown, B. 



Brown, C. 
Brown, N. 
Brown, S. 
Buchannan 
Burch 





First Row: 

JAMES BURNETT, Junior, Woodville; MARY ELIZ- 
ABETH BURTON, Freshman, Phi Mu, Jackson; 
EUNICE BUSKIRK, Freshman, Cockrum; JAMES BUS- 
KIRK, Junior, Derma; BEVERLY BUTLER, Junior, 
PiKA, Jackson. 

Second Row: 

FRANCES BUTTROSS, Sophomore, BSO, Canton; 
SHIRLEY CALDWELL, Freshman, Laurel; FRANCES 
CAMPBELL, Sophomore, KD, Greenwood; TOMMY 
CAREY, Freshman, Jackson; HENRY CARNEY, Fresh- 
man, LXA, Crystal Springs. 

Third Row: 

BOOTS CARPENTER, Sophomore, Phi Mu, Water Val- 
ley; ANN CARTER, Junior, ChiO, Jackson; JACKIE 
CARTER, Freshman, Calhoun City; SYBIL CASBEER, 
Junior, Canton; MAXIE LEA CASTILOW, Junior, 
Vikings, Bogalousa, La. 



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IMDERGRRDURTES 



Fourth Row: 

ANNE CHATHAM, Junior, Phi Mu, Hernando; 
HOWARD CHEEK, Junior, KA, Grenada; REYNOLDS 
CHENEY, Freshman, KA, Jackson; NORMAN CLARK, 
Freshman, Mize; JOANNA CLAYTON, Junior, Vik- 
ings, Meridian. 

Fifth Row: 

ETHEL CLEMENT, Sophomore, ChiO, Jackson; ES- 
THER COKER, Freshman, ChiO, Jackson; STEVE 
COLLINS, Sohpomore, PiKA, Itta Bena; MICHAEL 
CONNER, Sohpomore, LXA, Jackson; WALLY CON- 
NERLY, Freshman, PiKA, Tylertown. 

Sixth Row: 

OLIN COOK, Junior, Norsemen, Preston; CHARLES 
COOPER, Freshman, KS, Greenwood; CLYDE COPE- 
LAND, Freshman. KS, Jackson; SPIRO CORA, Fresh- 
man, Norsemen, Lexington; NANCY CRAWFORD, 
Freshman, ChiO, Laurel. 

Seventh Row: 

NORMAN CREEL, Freshman, LXA, McComb ; LEO 
CROOK, Freshman, KA, Grenada; JERRIE CROSS- 
LAND, Freshman, Jackson; CAROL CULLEY, Fresh- 
man, KD, Jackson; LONNIE CUMBERLAND, Junior, 
Sharon. 



Burnett 
Burton 
Buskirk, E. 
Buskirk, J. 
Butler 



Buttross 

Caldwell 

Campbell 

Carey 

Carney 



Carpenter 
Carter, A. 
Carter, J. 
Casbeer 
Castilow 



Chatham 

Cheek 

Cheney 

Clark 

Clayton 



Clement 

Coker 

Collins 

Conner 

Connerly 



Cook 

Cooper 

Copeland 

Cora 

Crawford 



Creel 

Crook 

Crossland 

Culley 

Cumberland 









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"Yeah man, real cool!" 

First Row: 

ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM, Sophomore, Jackson; 
ROSE CUNNINGHAM, Freshman, ChiO, Tupelo; 
ZORAH CURRY, Freshman, Jackson; ALVA DALTON, 
Freshman, Jackson; ENOCH DANGERFIELD, Fresh- 
man, LXA, Jackson. 

Second Row: 

ALLEEN DAVIS, Junior, ChiO, Jackson; MARY ANN 
DENNIS, Freshman, BSO, Laurel; KENNETH DEW, 
Freshman, PiKA, Jackson; DEWITT DIXON, Sopho- 
more, Vaughn; META DIXON, Freshman, Viking, 
Vaughn. 

Third Row: 

CHARLES DODDS, Freshman, KS, Jackson; LEJEAN 
DOW, Freshman, Jackson; OSCAR DOWDLE, Fresh- 
man, PiKA, Greenville; HAROLD DUNAWAY, Soph- 
omore, Jackson; MARY DUNN, Sophomore, Viking, 
Holcomb. 



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Fourth Row: 

CARLEEN DURHAM, Sophomore, Phi Mu, Collins; 
LEROY DURRETT, Junior, Jackson; HERBERT DYAR, 
Sophomore, LXA, Jackson; MARVIN DYESS, Soph- 
omore, LXA, Forest; HARRIS EATON, Freshman, Port 
Gibson. 

Fifth Row: 

JOE EBERSOLE, Sophomore, LXA, Arcadia, Ohio; 
JANIS EDGAR, Freshman, ChiO, Jackson; MARY 
JO EDWARDS, Freshman, BSO, Sunflower; BAR- 
BARA EILAND, Sophomore, Jackson; CHARLOTTE 
ELLIOTT, Sophomore, BSO, Greenwood. 

Sixth Row: 

VERNON EPPINETTE, Junior, LXA, Natchez; HUGH 
ERWIN, Sophomore, KS, Crystal Springs; JERRY ESK- 
RIDGE, Junior, LXA, Holly Springs; ALFRED EU- 
BANKS, Junior, KS, Crystal Springs; MARGE EU- 
BANKS, Freshman, KD, Tupelo. 

Seventh Row: 

PEGGYE FALKNER, Junior, Phi Mu, Germania; 
CINDY FAULKENBERRY, Freshman, BSO, Jackson; 
GAIL FIELDER, Freshman, ChiO, Vicksburg; ANN 
FINGER, Junior, Viking, Ludlow; DOXEY FISHER, 
Junior, LXA, Jackson. 



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Cunningham, R. 
Curry 
Da I ton 
Dangerfield 



Davis 
Dennis 
Dew 

Dixon, D. 
Dixon, M. 



Dodds 

Dow 

Dowdle 

Dunaway 

Dunn 



Durham 

Durrett 

Dyar 

Dyess 

Eaton 



Ebersole 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Eiland 

Elliott 



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Erwin 
Eskridge 
Eubanks, A. 
Eubanks, M. 



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Faulkenberry 

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"Anyone lonesome?" 

First Row: 

MYRA FISHER, Freshman, ChiO, Clarksdale; MARY 
LOU FLOWERS, Sophomore, KD, Greenwood; KAY 
FORT, Junior, ChiO, Jackson; DICK FOXWORTH, 
Freshman, PiKA, Foxworth ; DAVID FRANKS, Fresh- 
man, KA, Jackson. 

Second Row: 

SHIRLEY FRITZ, Sophomore, BSO, Jackson; BILL 
FULLER, Freshman, LXA, Jackson; FAYE CADDY, 
Junior, Viking, Crystal Springs; ANNA CALLOWAY, 
Sophomore, Phi Mu, Balboa, Canal Zone; TOMMY 
CARROTT, Freshman, KA, Winona. 

Third Row: 

SHIRLEY GIBSON, Sophomore, Canton; ROY CIVINS, 
Freshman, Vicksburg; CAROLYN COFF, Freshman, 
Viking, Moss Point; LORA GOSSARD, Freshman, Vik- 
ing, Meridian; JOHN GRANT, Junior, Holly Springs. 



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Fourth Row: 

MARY LYNN GRAVES, Sophomore, ChiO, Jackson; 
MARY JANE CRAY, Sophomore, ChiO, Jackson; 
EMILY GREENER, Sophomore, KD, Jackson; BILLY 
GREENLEE, Sophomore, KS, Jackson; EARL GREEN- 
OUCH, Sophomore, Norsemen, Escatawpa. 

Fifth Row: 

JANIE HAINING, Junior, Phi Mu, Yazoo City; ANNE 
HAND, Junior, ChiO, Jackson; WINIFRED HAR- 
GROVE, Freshman, KD, Arlington, Va.; NEWT HAR- 
RISON, Freshman, KS, New Albany; JOHN HA- 
THORN, Junior, KS, Jackson. 

Sixth Row: 

CAROLYN HAWKINS, Freshman, BSO, Jackson; 
HARRY HAWKINS, Junior, Canton; GEORGE 
HAWKS, Freshman, Brooklyn; AILENE HAYES, 
Freshman, Viking, Cary; LEVERETTE HAYES, Fresh- 
man, KA, Canton. 

Seventh Row: 

TERRY HAYWARD, Sophomore, KA, Jackson; HEL- 
EN FAY HEAD, Sophomore, Phi Mu, Jackson; CARA 
LLOYD HEMPHILL, Freshman, BSO, Jackson; JO- 
ANNE HENDERSON, Junior, ChiO, Jackson; SARAH 
MAY HEWITT, Freshman, ChiO, Jackson. 



Fisher 

Flowers 

Fort 

Foxworth 

Franks 



Fritz 

Fuller 

Caddy 

Cal!oway 

Carrott 



Gibson 

Civins 

Coff 

Cossard 

Grant 



Graves 

Gray 

Greener 

Greenlee 

Greenough 



Haining 

Hand 

Hargrove 

Harrison 

Hathorn 



Hawkins, C. 
Hawkins, H. 
Hawks 
Hayes, A. 
Hayes, L. 



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Henderson 

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"Girls with private woods." 

First Row: 

VIRGINIA HEWITT, Junior, ChiO, Jackson; FRAN- 
CES HICKS, Junior, KD, Bentonia; GEORGE HICKS, 
Junior, Greenwood; JACK HILL, Freshman, KA, 
Houston; SIDNEY HILL, Freshman, KA, Grenada. 

Second Row: 

PATRICIA HILLMAN, Freshman, Union; JERRY 
HILTON, Junior, Florence; EUGENE HOLMES, Jun- 
ior, Kosciusko; BOB HOLOMAN, Freshman, Stone- 
wall; CHARLES HOLLOWELL, Sophomore, KA, Can- 
ton. 

Third Row: 

KATHERINE HOOK, Sophomore, ChiO, Jackson; 
JEANELLE HOWELL, Sophomore, KD, Jackson; JOHN 
HUBBARD, Sophomore, PiKA, Jackson; BROOKS 
HUDSON, Freshman, Shubuta; JO GLYNN HUGHES, 
Junior, Phi Mu, Jackson. 



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Fourth Row: 

JANE HULL, Freshman, Viking, Mobile, Ala.; JUNE 
HULL, Freshman, Viking, Mobile, Ala.; ELIZABETH 
HUNTER, Freshman, Viking, Morton; GEORGE HUNT, 
Junior, PiKA, Vicksburg; MARY WARREN HUNTLY, 
Freshman, Phi Mu, Jackson. 

Fifth Row: 

HAROLD HUTCHINSON, Sophomore, KA, Jackson; 
REDMOND HUTCHISON, Freshman, PiKA, Jackson; 
BURTON JACKSON, Sophomore, KA, Jackson; WAL- 
TER ANN JAMES, Sophomore, ChiO, Newton; WIL- 
LIAM JAMES, Sophomore, Jackson. 

Sixth Row: 

FRANCES JERNIGAN, Freshman, KD, Tupelo; DICK 
JOHNSON, Sophomore, KS, Jackson; JAMES JOHN- 
SON, Freshman, Jackson; MARY SIDNEY JOHNSON, 
Freshman, Phi Mu, Jackson; SARAH JOHNSON, 
Sophomore, BSO, Cruger. 

Seventh Row: 

W. F JOHNSON. Freshman, Jackson; ANNETTE 
JOHNSTON, Sophomore, KD, Tupelo; CECIL B. 
JONES, Sophomore, Norsemen, Vicksburg; CHARLES 
JONES, Freshman, Jackson; D. LOWELL JONES, 
Sophomore, LXA, Jackson. 



Hewitt, V. 
Hicks, F. 
Hicks, C. 
Hill, J. 
Hill, S. 



Hillman 

Hilton 

Holmes 

Holloman 

Hollowell 



Hook 

Howell 

Hubbard 

Hudson 

Hughes 



Hull, Jane 
Hull, June 
Hunter 
Hunt 

Huntly 



Hutchinson 
Hutchison 
Jackson 
James, W. A. 
James, W. J. 



Jernigan 
Johnson, D. 
Johnson, J. 
Johnson, M. 
Johnson, S. 



Johnson, W. F. 
Johnston 
Jones, C. B. 
Jones, C. 
Jones, D. L. 





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First Row: 

GEORGE JONES, Freshman, KA, Hazlehurst; JIMMY 
JONES, Sophomore, KS, Kosciusko; LOWELL L. 
JONES, Freshman, KS, Nashville, Tenn. ; LUCY LEE 
JONES, Sophomore, ChiO, Litchfield, III.; READ 
JONES, Sophomore, PiKA, Saltillo. 

Second Row: 

SAM JONES, Freshman, LXA, Jackson; EUGINIA 
KELLY, Freshman, Viking, Forest; PAUL KERN, 
Freshman, Morton; EDDIE KHAYAT, Freshman, KS, 
Moss Point; SCOTT KIMBALL, Junior, KS, Crystal 
Springs. 

Third Row: 

NONA KINCHLOE, Sophomore, Phi Mu, Winona; 
JOYCE KING, Junior, BSO, Onward; MILLICENT 
KING, Freshman, Viking, Ackerman; BENNY KIRK- 
LAND, Sophomore, KS, Jackson; CLAUDETTE KOER- 
PER, Freshman, ChiO, Vicksburg. 



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Fourth Row: 

PEGGY LACK, Freshman, BSO, Terry; PAT LADNIER, 
Freshman, Jackson; WALTER JEAN LAMB, Fresh- 
man, Oxford; CAROLYN LAMON, Junior, Memphis; 
BETTY LANDFAIR, Freshman, Phi Mu, Jackson. 

Fifth Row: 

MOLLY LAWSON, Junior, KD, Jackson; JOAN LEE, 
Sophomore, ChiO, Columbus; ROBERT LEE, Junior, 
Jackson; WILLARD LEGGETT, Sophomore, LXA, 
Meridian; EZELLE LEWIS, Sophomore, KA, Jackson. 

Sixth Row: 

WALTON LIPSCOMB, Freshman, LXA, Jackson; 
ANNICE LOFLIN, Freshman, BSO, Star; JACK LOF- 
LIN, Sophomore, Norsemen, Star; BROCK LOPER, 
Freshman, Jackson; JOHN LOTT, Junior, PiKA, 
Columbus. 

Seventh Row: 

THOMAS LOVE, Junior, Coffeeville; FOSTER LOWE, 
Freshman, KS, Winona; JOHN LOWRY, Sophomore, 
KS, McComb; LEWIS LUKE, Sophomore, LXA, Jack- 
son; BILL LYNCH, Sophomore, KA, Jackson. 



Jones, C. 
Jones, J. 
Jones, Lowell L. 
Jones, Lucy 
Jones, R. 



Jones, S. 

Kelly 

Kern 

Khayat 

Kimball 



Kinchloe 
King, J. 
King, M. 
Kirkland 
Koerper 



Lack 

Ladnier 
Lamb 
Lamon 
Landfair 



Lawson 
Lee, J. 
Lee, R. 
Leggett 
Lewis 



Lipscomb 
Loflin, A. 
Loflin, J. 
Loper 
Lott 



Love 

Lowe 

Lowry 

Luke 

Lynch 





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"Check your pins here." 

First Row: 

R. W. McCARLEY, Freshman, Ruleville; BEN Mc- 
CARTY, Junior, KA, Aztec, N. M.; MARIANNE 
McCORMACK, Sophomore, BSO, Corinth; JIMMY 
McCORMICK, Freshman, LXA, Meridian; JEAN Mc- 
CLENAHAN, Freshman, KD, Indianola. 

Second Row: 

SALLY McDONALD, Sophomore, BSO, Jackson; ANN 
McELROY, Junior, BSO, Lauderdale; PAT McCUIRE, 
Sophomore, ChiO, Baldwyn; MELROY MclNTOSH, 
Junior, Taylorsville; CHARLES McREYNOLDS, Fresh- 
man, Columbus. 

Third Row: 

ANN McSHANE, Sophomore, BSO, Greenwood; JUNE 
MARTIN, Freshman, Viking, Madison; NANCY MAR- 
TIN, Sophomore, KD, Macon, ANNE MAUDLIN, 
Freshman, Phi Mu, Leland; W. H. MERRILL, Fresh- 
man, KS, Jackson. 



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Fourth Row: 

DANYE MILLER, Freshman, Viking, Woodville; 
GLORIA JEANNE MILLER, Sophomore, New Albany; 
ROBERT MIMS, Freshman, PiKA, Jackson; POWERS 
MOORE, Sophomore, KS, Jackson; TERRY MOORE, 
Freshman, Indianola. 

Fifth Row: 

T. FRANCES MOORE, Sophomore, New Albany; 
JOHN MORRIS, Sophomore, PiKA, Vicksburg; ROB- 
ERT MORRISON, Sophomore, KA, Jackson; JAMES 
MORROW, Freshman, Jackson; JIMMY MORROW, 
Freshman, PiKA, Jackson. 

Sixth Row: 

CYNTHIA MORSE, Sophomore, ChiO, Jackson; 
YVONNE MOSS, Freshman, KD, Tchula ; PAUL 
MURPHY, Junior, SAE, Belzoni; IKE MUSSELWHITE, 
Junior, KS, West; LESLIE NABORS, Junior, Tutwiler. 

Seventh Row: 

HARDY NALL, Sophomore, KA, Jackson; JO NALL, 
Junior, KD, Jackson; FRANK NASH, Junior, LXA, 
Greenville; NORMA NEILL, Junior, KD, Gulfport; 
SHIRLEY NEWMAN, Freshman, Viking, Valley Park. 



McCarley 

McCarty 

McCormack 

McCormick 

McClenahan 



McDonald 

McElroy 

McCuire 

Mcintosh 

McReynolds 



McShane 
Martin, J. 
Martin, N. 
Maudlin 
Merrill 



Miller, D. 
Miller, G. 
Mims 
Moore, P. 
Moore, T. 



Moore, T. F. 
Morris 
Morrison 
Morrow, J. T. 
Morrow, J. 



Morse 

Moss 

Murphy 

Musselwhite 

Nabors 



Nail, H. 
Nail, J. 
Nash 
Neill 
Newman 




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First Row: 

JONNIE NEWTON, Freshman, DeSoto; BRUCE 
NICHOLAS, Junior, Jackson; CLAIRE NICOLS, Fresh- 
man, Viking, Anguilla; JEWEL DEAN NOBLES, Jun- 
ior, Viking, Ellisville; CATHERINE NORTHAM, Fresh- 
man, BSO, Quitman. 

Second Row: 

ANN ORSBORN, Junior, KD, Greenwood; NANCY 
PACE, Freshman, Viking, Mobile, Ala.; LYNNICE 
PARKER, Freshman, KD, Tupelo; ROY PARKER, 
Junior, LXA, Jackson; BOB PARNELL, Sophomore, 
KS, Shreveport, La. 

Thitd Row: 

NANCY PEACOCK, Freshman, KD, Kosciusko; BET- 
TY BRAND PEARSON, Junior, Phi Mu, New Albany; 
RUTH ANN PEARSON, Sophomore, Vikings, Glen 
Allan; HAROLD PEDEN, Junior, Jackson; JOHN C. 
PHILLEY, Freshman, PiKA, Indianola. 



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Fourth Row: 

JACK PHILLIPS, Freshman, KS, Scottsboro, Ala.; 
JIM PHYFER, Freshman, KS, New Albany; JIMMY 
PICKENS, Freshman, Jackson; SAMMY DEAN 
PICKERING, Sophomore, Ch;0, Belzoni; DORIS PIT- 
TMAN, Freshman, Florence. 

Fifth Row: 

CHARLES PLANCH, Sophomore, Jackson; HIRAM 
POLK, Freshman, LXA, Jackson; HOWELL POLK, 
Junior, KS, Corinth; BETTY JO POWELL, Junior, 
ChiO, New Albany; CHARLES POWERS, Sophomore, 
LXA, Jackson. 

Sixth Row: 

JAMES S. PRICE, Junior, Kilmichael; MARY C. 
PRICE, Junior, Vikings, Jackson; ROY PRICE, Junior, 
KS, Madison; THOMAS D. PRICE, Junior, Meridian; 
TOMMIE E. PRICE, Sophomore, Prentiss. 

Seventh Row: 

PETER PAUL PRYOR, Freshman, Jackson; ANN 
RACAN, Sophomore, ChiO, Edwards; JOE RANKIN, 
Freshman, Mendenhall; TERRY REES, Junior, KS, 
Jackson; CECILIA RIDGWAY, Junior, KD, Gulfport. 



Newton 

Nicholas 

Nichols 

Nobles 

Northam 



Orsborn 
Page 

Parker, L. 
Parker, R. 

Parnell 



Peacock 
Pearson, B. 
Pearson, R. 
Peden 
Philley 



Phillips 

Phyfer 

Pickens 

Pickering; 

Pittman 



Planch 
Polk, Hiram 
Polk, Howell 
Powell 
Powers 



Price, J. 
Price, M. 
Price, R. 
Price, T. D. 
Price, T. E. 



Pryor 

Ragan 

Rankin 

Rees 

Ridgway 





"Royal pair — and Wazir!!" 

First Row: 

ELLNORA RIECKEN, Junior, BSO, Jackson; CIFF 
RICBY, Sophomore, PiKA, Culfport; BETTY ROBBINS, 
Sophomore, BSO, Kosciusko; LUCY LYNN ROBIN- 
SON, Junior, New Albany; MIT ROBY, Sophomore, 
KS, Durant. 

Second Row: 

FRANCES ROSS, Sophomore, Vikings, Olive Branch; 
MARY ELIZABETH SANDERSON, Freshman, Waynes- 
boro; PEGGY SANFORD, Freshman, Vikings, Jackson; 
JUNE SANTANGELO, Freshman, BSO, Whitfield; 
ROBERT SARTIN, Sophomore, Brookhaven. 

Third Row: 

JIMMY SCHIMPF, Junior, PiKA, Jackson; LEW 
SCHIRTZINGER, Freshman, LXA, Jackson; MARTHA 
ANN SELBY, Junior. BSO, Charleston; JENEANNE 
SHARPE, Junior, BSO, Indianola; FREDDA SHELTON, 
Junior, ChiO, Jackson. 



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Fourth Row: 

LESLIE SHELTON, Freshman, KA, Jackson; MITZI 
SHELTON, Freshman, Phi Mu, Winona; MARY 
ALICE SHIELDS, Junior, BSO, Tchula; BERTIE 
SHORTRIDGE, Junior, ChiO, Jackson; JOHN E. SIM- 
MONS, Freshman, PiKA, Meridian. 

Fifth Row: 

MARIANNA SIMMONS, Freshman, BSO, McComb; 
WALTER SIMMONS, Junior, LXA, Jackson; VIR- 
GINIA SLATER, Freshman, BSO, Jackson; ALICE 
SMITH, Freshman, BSO, Lucedale; BOBBY SMITH, 
Freshman, PiKA, Lexington. 

Sixth Row: 

LEVERNE SMITH, Freshman, Picayune; MARTHA 
ANN SMITH, Freshman, BSO, Jackson; ROBIN 
SMITH, Freshman, KD, Inverness; SARA JO SMITH, 
Sophomore, Tupelo; TOMMY SPELL, Sophomore, KA, 
Jackson. 

Seventh Row: 

DAVID STAINTON, Freshman, Jackson; SHIRLEY 
STANTON, Freshman, ChiO, Greenville; ALICE 
STARNES, Freshman, ChiO, Utica; MELVYN ELLIOTT 
STERN, Freshman, Jackson; SYLVIA STEVENS, Fresh- 
man, KD, Macon. 



Riecken 

Rigby 

Robbins 

Robinson 

Roby 



Ross 

Sanderson 
Sanford 
Santangelo 
Sartin 



Schimpf 
Schirtzinger 
Selby 
Sharpe 
Shelton, F. 



Shelton, L. 
Shelton, M. 
Shields 
Shortridge 
Simmons, J. 



Simmons, M. 
Simmons, W. 
Slater 
Smith, A. 
Smith, B. 



Smith, L. 
Smith, M. 
Smith, R. 
Smith, S. 
Spell 



Stainton 

Stanton 

Starnes 

Stern 

Stevens 





"I'm a stranger in paradise." 

First Row: 

BARRY STEWART, Freshman, PiKA, Vicksburg; 
CARY STEWART, Sophomore, ChiO, Vicksburg; ED- 
WARD STEWART, Freshman, PiKA, Jackson; JOHN 
STRINGER, Sophomore, LXA, Yazoo City; EDWIN 
STURDIVANT, Junior, LXA, Jackson. 

Second Row: 

MARION SWAYZE, Junior, ChiO, Jackson; JOHN- 
NIE MARIE SWINDULL, Freshman, Vikings, Mobile, 
Ala.; THERESA TERRY, Sophomore, Phi Mu, Colum- 
bia; FRANCES THOMPSON, Sophomore, Phi Mu, 
Jackson; CLIFF TOLAR, Sophomore, Columbia. 

Third Row: 

CECIL TRANTHAM, Junior, LXA, Jackson; JERRY 
TRIGG, Sophomore, PiKA, Quitman; ALICE TRIP- 
LETT, Freshman, Vikings, Clinton; JOHNNY TURN- 
ER, Sophomore, PiKA, Kosciusko; STANLEY TURPIN, 
Junior, Greenwood. 



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Fourth Row: 

LARRY TYNES, Freshman, Webb; BARBARA UHALT, 
Freshman, Phi Mu, Jackson; CHARLES UNDERHILL, 
Sophomore, KS, Covington, Tenn.; SHIRLEY UPTON, 
Junior, Walnut Grove; STEWART VALADIE, Fresh- 
man, Jackson. 

Fifth Row: 

NELL MARIE VAUGHN, Junior, Carthage; WANDA 
WADDELL, Sophomore, Phi Mu, Jackson; IVEY 
WALLACE, Junior, KD, Jackson; SUMMER WAL- 
TERS, Freshman, Jackson; GAIL WARD, Freshman, 
Vikings, Jackson. 

Sixth Row: 

JAMES WASSON, Freshman, Kosciusko; WARREN 
WASSON, Junior, Fulton, MERRIMEN WATKINS, 
Freshman, LXA, Pelahatchie; JOSEPH WAY, Soph- 
omore, Norsemen, Georgetown; BILL WEATHERS- 
BY, Junior, Jackson. 

Seventh Row: 

KATHERINE WEBB, Junior, Meridian; SUE WEBB, 
Freshman, BSO, Columbia; SANDRA WEIR, Fresh- 
man, Phi Mu, Newton; THOMAS L. WELLBORN, 
Freshman, Jackson; ALBERT WELLS, Sophomore, KS, 
Jackson. 



Stewart, B. 
Stewart, C. 
Stewart, E. 
Stringer 
Sturdivant 



Swayze 

Swindull 

Terry 

Thompson 

Tolar 



Trantham 

Trigg 

Triplett 

Turner 

Turpin 



Tynes 

Uhalt 

Underhill 

Upton 

Valadie 



Vaughan 
Waddell 
Wallace 
Walters 
Ward 



Wasson, J. 
Wasson, W. 
Watkins 
Way 
Weathersby 



Webb, K. 
Webb, S. 
Weir 
Wellborn 
Wells 





"Monster rally. 



First Row: 

LAMAR M. WELLS, Junior, Jackson; BETTY WEST- 
BROOK, Junior, Vikings, Auburn; CLAUDETTE 
WESTERFIELD, Sophomore, Vikings, Mendenhall; 
REBA WESTERFIELD, Freshman, Mendenhall; JOAN 
WHEELESS, Freshman, BSO, Port Gibson. 



Second Row: 

SHELLY WHITE, Junior, PiKA, Jackson; MARGAR- 
ET WHITFIELD, Freshman, BSO, Jackson; JANE 
WIGGINS, Sophomore, ChiO, Parchman; DORIS WIL- 
KERSON, Sophomore, BSO, Jackson; CORNELIA WIL- 
KINSON, Sophomore, Vikings, Gloster. 



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Third Row: 

CHARLES H. WILLIAMS, Junior, KA, Jackson; CAR- 
OL WILLIAMS, Freshman, Phi Mu, Jackson; ALBERT 
WILLIAMSON, Sophomore, PiKA, Greenwood; BEA- 
TRICE WILLIAMSON, Junior, Philadelphia; MAR- 
GARET WOODS, Freshman, KD, Mount Olive. 



Fourth Row: 

JUANITA WRIGHT, Freshman, Viking, Verona; 
BETTY YATES, Freshman, Jackson; JERRY YEAGER, 
Freshman, KS, Taylorsville; FRED YERGER, Freshman, 
KA, Jackson; HELEN YOUNG, Freshman, Tchula. 



Fifth Row: 

ROBERT YOUNG, Freshman, Jackson; DON YOUNGS, 
Sophomore, LXA, Jackson. 



Wells 
Westbrook 
Westerfield, C. 
Westerfield, R. 
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White 

Whitfield 

Wiggins 

Wilkerson 

Wilkinson 



Williams, C. H. 
Williams, C. 
Williamson, A. 
Williamson, B. 
Woods 



Wright 
Yates 
Yeager 
Yerger 
Young, H. 




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JAMES L. ADAMS 



V. D. ALLEN, JR. 



Junior 



Junior 



CLYDE C. ANTHONY ------ Jackson 

Sophomore 

EUGENE ANTLEY ------- Jackson 

Junior 

JAMES ARBOCAST ------- Jackson 

Junior 

MILDRED ASHMORE ------ Jackson 

Junior 

JOHN AWAD -------- Jackson 

Sophomore — KS 

ROBERT BAILEY ------ Greenville 

Freshman — KS 

SAMUEL BAILEY ------- Meridian 

Junior 

GARY BALIUS -------- Biloxi 

Sophomore 

NOEL BALL -------- McComb 

Sophomore— PiK A 

RICHARD BARINEAU ------ Jackson 

Freshman — KS 

SHIRLEY BEADLE ------ Yazoo City 

Junior — Vikings 

BOBBY BELCHER ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

ROBERT BLUE -------- Quitman 

Sophomore 

ANN BOOTHE -------- Jackson 

Freshman 

DARDEN BOURNE ------- Jackson 

Junior 

ELIZABETH BUTLER ------ Jackson 

Sophomore 

ROBERT BUTTS -------- Winona 

Junior 

SARAH CALHOUN ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

CHARLES CATLEDGE ------ Tutwiler 

Sophomore — PiKA 

EVA CHAMBERS ------- Meridian 

Sophomore — Vikings 

FRANK COLLETTE ------- Jackson 

Junior — KS 

JOHN COMBS -------- Jackson 

Junior 

MERVIN COMFORT ------ Brandon 

Sophomore 

JOSEPH CONTI ------ 



Junior 



Fannin LESTER COOK -------- Natchez 

Junior — KA 

Raymond JOHN COPELAND ------- Terry 

Sophomore 

JOHN CORLEY ------- Angie, La. 

Freshman 

LOUIS COX ------- Taylorsville 

Junior 

ROBERT CROWE ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

EUNA CUNNINGHAM ------ Jackson 

Sophomore 

LOIS DAVIS --------- Jackson 

Junior 

THEO DINKINS -------- Canton 

Freshman 

BILLY DOWDLE -------- Belzoni 

Freshman 

HARRY DOWLING ------- Jackson 

Freshman 

JOHN EDDLEMAN ----- Arlington, Va. 
Junior 

ELEANOR ELAM ------ Walnut Grove 

Freshman 

JAN IS EDMONSON ------- Jackson 

Junior — KD 

CHARLES T. ELLINGTON ----- Jackson 
Sophomore 

GEORGE ELLIOTT ------- Jackson 

Junior — KA 

RALPH ELLIS -------- Natchez 

Freshman 

THOMAS E. ELY ------- - Jackson 

Freshman 

WALTER ELY ------ - Greenville 

Sophomore 

ALBERT W. FELSHER ------ Culfport 

Freshman 

ROBERT FERRELL ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

JOHN FISK --------- Jackson 

Freshman 

WILLIAM FLOWERS ------ Jackson 

Junior 

ANGELA FOLDS ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

JOE FRANKLIN -------- Bolton 

Sophomore 

KAREN GILFOY -------- Jackson 

Sophomore — ChiO 

Jackson JOHN GREEN -------- Jackson 

Freshman — KA 



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JAMES GRIFFIN ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

VIOLA HALL -------- Jackson 

Junior 

HUDSON HARCETT ----- Yazoo City 
Junior 

ROBERT HARPER ------- Jackson 

Junior 

DAVID HARRIS ------- Jackson 

Junior 

NANCY HARRIS ------- Jackson 

Junior — ChiO 

ROBERT HARRIS ------- Flora 

Freshman 

MILDRED HESTER ------- Jackson 

Junior 

CAROLYN HICKS ------- Preston 

Junior 

CHARLES HILL ------ - Jackson 

Freshman 

CHARLES R. HILL ------- Brandon 

Freshman 

ADAM HILLMAN Union 

Freshman 

BRUCE HODGES ------- Jackson 

Freshman 

FRED HOLDERFIELD ------ Jackson 

Freshman 

ELIZABETH HOLLINGSWORTH - - - Jackson 
Sophomore 

JAMES HUGHES ------- Jackson 

Junior 

DARRYL HURT Jackson 

Sophomore 

JAMES L. JAMES ------ Gulfport 

Sophomore — PiKA 

WALTER JOHNSON ----- Philadelphia 
Freshman 

RICHARD D. JOLLY ----- Meridian 
Junior 

EDWIN H. JONES ------ Jackson 

Junior — PiKA 

WILLIAM JONES ------ Meridian 

Freshman 

ELIZABETH KENMAR ----- Jackson 
Sophomore 

THOMAS E. KIRK ------- Jackson 

Freshman 

FRANK KOSKIE ------- Jackson 

Freshman 

SAMUEL KUYKENDALL ----- Jackson 
Freshman 



JAMES LANGSTON ------ Jackson 

Freshman 



JOE LEE --------- - Louise 

Junior 

JERRY LONG -------- Gallman 

Sophomore 

BECKY LOVETT - - Morton 

Junior — Vikings 

IDA LYNCH - - Jackson 

Freshman 

JAMES McABEE ------- Jackson 

Junior 

LEVI McCARTY ------- Jackson 

Junior — KA 

JOE McCASKILL ------ Silver Creek 

Sophomore 

WILLIAM McCONKEY ------ Jackson 

Freshman 

ROBERT McKINLEY ------ Jackson 

Junior 

DON McPHERSON ------ Greenville 

Junior 

JULIA McQUIRTER - - - - Humboldt, Tenn. 
Freshman 

JACK MANN ------- Carthage 

Sophomore 

GERALD MRSALES Meridian 

Freshman 
WILSON MEADOWS ------ Jackson 

Sophomore 

THOMAS MEREDITH ----- Greenville 
Freshman 

FLOYD MOBLEY ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

ROBERT MOODY ------- Wesson 

Junior 

RONALD MOORE - - - Neptune Beach, Fla. 
Freshman 

MARTHA NEW ------- Jackson 

Junior — ZTA 

ROBERT O'KELLY ------ Big Creek 

Junior 

LINDLY PARDUE ------- Pontotoc 

Freshman 

ROBERT E. PARKER ------ Jackson 

Freshman 

WILLIAM PARKS ------ Greenwood 

Junior — KA 

RAFAEL PASCUAL ----- Ciego de Avila, 

Camaguey, C. 
Sophomore 



WIDERGRflDUflTES Jlot matured 



JAMES PERKINS ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

BURNELL PHILLIPS ------ Carthage 

Sophomore 

MURRAY PINKSTON ----- Vicksburg 
Freshman — PiKA 

JAMES POOLE -------- Closter 

Junior 

ERNEST PORTER ------- Rose Hill 

Sophomore 

ALEX POULETTE ------- Jackson 

Freshman 

WILLIAM F POWELL ----- Memphis 
Sophomore — KS 

TOM PREWITT ------- Vicksburg 

Sophomore 

DAVID PRYOR ------ Calhoun City 

Junior— KS 

A. R. QUICK -------- Natchez 

Freshman 

JON READY --------- Jackson 

Freshman 

CLYDE REEVES ------ Bogue Chitto 

Junior 

ROBERT RICORD ----- Shreveport, La. 
Sophomore — KA 

WALTER S. ROBERTS ------ Canton 

Freshman 

WILLIAM E. ROSE ------ Leland 

Freshman — PiKA 

WAYNE RUSHING ----- Doddsville 
Sophomore 



DANIEL RUSTIN 



Laurel 



Sophomore 



EMILY SANCHEZ - - - Rio Grande City, Texas 
Sophomore 

DENVIL SAULTERS ------ Seminary 

Junior 



JAMES D. SLAY ------- Laurel 

Junior 

BOBBY SMITH -------- Liberty 

Sophomore 

LESLIE SMITH -------- Jackson 

Freshman 

HOYT SMOTHERS ------- Jackson 

Freshman 

RICHARD SPEIGHTS - - - - Crystal Springs 
Sophomore — LXA 

DELORES SPENCE ------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

LESLIE SPENCER ------- Jackson 

Sophomore — PDT 

EARL STAIRES -------- Jackson 

Sophomore 

WILLIAM STALLWORTH - - - - Columbus 
Freshman 

IVAN SUGAR ------- Costa Rica 

Junior 

ALTON SYKES -------- Jackson 

Freshman — PiKA 

PHIL TAYLOR -------- Jackson 

Freshman 

WALTER WALDROP ----- Florence 
Junior — PiKA 



GENE WALKER 



Junior 



Vicksburg 



NATHAN WALLEY ------ Richton 

Sophomore 

JAMES WALTON ------ Jackson 

Freshman — KA 

CARL WELCH -------- Jackson 

Sophomore — LXA 

KATHRYN WHITTINGTON - - - New Albany 
Junior 

JAMES WILLIAMS ------- McComb 

Junior — KA 

DIXIE WINBORN ------- Durant 

Sophomore — ChiO 



DELMA SAXON -------- Jackson 

Freshman — LXA 



DAVID WINDERS ------- Jackson 

Freshman 



EDMOND SEALS ------- Jackson 

Freshman 



FRANCES WINDHAM ------ Jackson 

Freshman 



MARGARET SEALS 



Jackson 



Freshman 



JESS WOFFORD - - - - Levelland, Texas 
Junior 



KENNETH SIMONS - - - - Detroit, Mich. 
Junior- LXA 



ROY WOLFE -------- Jackson 

Freshman 



JAMES SIMS ----- Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Sophomore — SPE 



JAMES WOLVERTON ------ Jackson 

Sophomore 






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Seated — Dennis, Cheek, Woodard, Khayat, Allen. 

Standing — Cossard, Hudson, Cooper, Blumer, DeLong, Polk. 



STUDEHT EXECUTIVE BOARD 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary - 



TOMMY WOODARD 
- HOWARD CHEEK 
- - EDNA KHAYAT 



MEMBERS 



Julia Allen 
Fred Blumer 
Joan Cooper 
Fred DeLong 
Sarah Dennis 
Peggye Falkner 
Dee Ford 



Eddie Cossard 
Yeager Hudson 
Lowell Jones 
Howell Polk 
Red Powell 
Fred Whitam 



MEMBERS 

Carolyn Baria 
Norma Norton 
Joan Cooper 
Miss Morehead 
Mary Elinor Moore 
Barbara Myers 
Ann Orsborn 
Betty Smith 
Sara Smith 
Betty Powell 
Jeneanne Sharpe 




Seated — Baria, Norton, Cooper, Morehead, Moore, Myers. 
Standing — Orsborn, Smith, B., Smith, S., Powell, Sharpe. 

woiheits counciL 

OFFICERS 
President ------------ JOAN COOPER 

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

Secretary-Treasurer ------- BETTY JO SMITH 

The Millsaps Women's Council governs the conduct of the co-eds. The Council 
makes and enforces the rules. Its membership is made up of one girl from each Soror- 
ity, one from the YWCA, and one from the Majorette Club. 



STYLUS 



OFFICERS 
Editor ---------- FRANK MANCUM 

Business Manager ------ MARY GRANTHAM 

Stylus is the literary publication of Millsaps College. Twice each year it pre- 
sents the works of our budding authors. 



FACULTY ADVISORS 



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Dr. M. C. White 

Mrs. Marguerite Goodman 



Miss Mildred Morehead 
Mr. Paul D. Hardin 



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Mary Grantham 

Mr. Paul D. 
Hardin 

Miss Mildred 
Morehead 

Miss Thomasina 
Blissard 

Dr. M. C. White 

Frank Mangum 



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OFFICERS 

President --------- FRANK MANCUM 

Secretary-Treasurer ------ LOIS BOACKLE 



The Christian Council is the co-ordinating unit of the various Denominational 
groups of the campus. Its membership is composed of representatives of these 
groups. 



Lois Boackle 
Olive Coker 
Becky Lovett 
Frank Mangum 
Frances Moore 



MEMBERS 



Arthur O'Neil 
Ann Orsborn 
Wayne Rushing 
Jerry Williamson 



Seated — Lovett, Boackle, Mangum, Coker, Orsborn. 
Standing — Rushing, Williamson. 




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EDITORIAL STAFF 

Editor ------ Fred DeLong 

Assistant Editor - Walter Ely 

Features ----- Barbara Walker, 
Ann McVale 

Sports ------- Powers Moore 

Tommy Parker 

Socials ------ Ann Anderson, 

Dick Johnson 

Organizations - Mary Grantham, 

Carolyn Lamon 

Activities ------ Norma Neill, 

Clara Parks Booth 

Art Editor ------ Leslie Page 

Classes ------ Reginald Lowe, 

Fredda Shelton 

Photography - Albert Williamson 

Snapshots ----- Janie Haining 

Proofs ------ Bill Lampton 



FRED DELONG 



Editor 



Seated — Anderson, Lamon, Walker, Neill, Grantham, Shelton, Haining, Booth. 
Standing — Moore, Musselwhite, Lowe, DeLong, Johnson, Page. 




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BUSINESS STAFF 


Business Manager 


Ernest Mincy 


Assistant Manager 


Fred Blumer 


Tarver Butler 


Johnny Howell 


Frances Campbell 


Jane Hull 


Ann Carter 


June Hull 


Nancy Crawford 


Dennis Salley 


Mary Lou Flowers 


Tommy Spell 


Mary Lynn Craves 


Marion Swayze 


Joan Henderson 


Cecelia Ridgeway 


Jeanelle Howell 


Ivy Wallace 




ERNEST MINCY 



Business Manager 



Seated — Campbell, Ridgeway, Craves, Mincy, Blumer, Swayze, Flowers, Carter. 

Standing — Wallace, Crawford, Salley, Butler, Hull, Jane, Hull, June, Spell, Howell, Johnny, Henderson, Howell. 





THE EDITORIAL STAFF 



3ke PURPLE and UJ H I T E 

EDDIE COSSARD - - - Editor 

SID HEAD - - - - Business Manager 



The Purple and White is Millsaps College's newspaper. Published once each 
week, it contains campus society, sports, columns, features, and editorials. It keeps 
students up to date on all affairs of campus interest. The year's highlight for the 
paper is the April Fool edition, in which Anything goes. 



THE STAFFS 

HELEN FAY HEAD ------- News Editor 

AUDREY JENNINGS ------ - Society Editor 

FREDDA SHELTON -------- Feature Editor 

JOHN MORRIS --------- Sports Editor 

ROY EPPERSON - - - - - - Circulation Manager 



STAFF: Walter Ely, Joe Ebersole, Janis Edgar, Margaret Whitfield, Zorah Curry, Johnny Turner, 
Anna Calloway, Betty Landfair, Maxie Castilow, Martha Ann Smith, Peggy Lack, Mary Lynn Craves, Carol 
Brown, Katherine Slater, Ike Musslew'hite, George Hawks, Norma Norton, Lucy Robinson, Barbara Myers, 
Mary Vaughan, Nancy Peacock, Betty Jo Powell, Katherine Webb, Frank Mangum, Ann Carter. 

BUSINESS STAFF: George Hunt, Asst. Mgr. ; Margaret Woods, Mary Sidney Johnson, Virginia Sla- 
ter, Barbara Uhalt, Mary Elizabeth Burton, Robin Smith, Kenneth Sykes, Jimmy Blair, Jerry Yeager. 



THE BUSINESS STAFF 





FIRST SOPRANO: 

Julia Allen 
Ann Anderson 
Joanna Clayton 
Rose Cunningham 
Allene Davis 
Marjorie Eubank 
Mary Warren Huntley 
Annette Johnston 
Eugenia Kelly 
Edna Khayat 
Frances Moore 
Jo Nail 
Claire Nicols 
Ruth Ann Pearson 
Cecilia Ridgway 
Peggy Sanford 
Virginia Slater 
Mary Vaughan 
Carolyn Williams 
Dixie Winborn 
SECOND SOPRANO: 
Shirley Anderson 
Carolyn Baria 
Elaine Boothe 
Jackie Carter 
Ethel Clements 
Sarah Dennis 
Cindy Faulkenberry 
Gail Fielder 
Karen Cilfoy 
Carolyn Coff 
Lora Cossard 
Ailene Hays 
Joanne Henderson 
Kathryn Hook 
Walter Ann James 
Walter Jean Lamb 
Shirley Newman 
Lynnice Parker 
Jeneanne Sharpe 
Mitzie Shelton 
Martha Ann Smith 
Robin Smith 
Dolores Spence 
Johnnie Swindull 
Frances Thompson 
Jane Wiggins 
Julia Parks 
Dannye Carol Miller 
FIRST ALTO: 
Sara Jane Brockman 
Esther Coker 
Nancy Crawford 
Jerrie Crosland 
Carol Culley 
Helen Davis 
Mary Anne Dennis 
Myra Fisher 
Mary Lynn Craves 



Bettye Hardwick 

Sarah Hewitt 

Jane Hull 

Frances Jernigan 

Claudette Koerper 

Nancy Lynn Martin 

Jean McClennahan 

Cynthia Morse 

Ellnora Riecken 

Sara Jo Smith 

Theresa Terry 

Margaret Wood 

Lucy Jones 

Janis Edgar 

Margaret Whitfield 

SECOND ALTO: 

Carolyn Allen 

Valera Bailey 

Cara Lloyd Hemphill 

June Hull 

Annice Loflin 

Linda McCullar 

Mary Elizabeth Sanderson 

Sylvia Stevens 

Marion Swayze 

Barbara Walker 

Claire King 

Mary Jo Edwards 

Worth Bennett 

Anne Finger 

FIRST TENOR: 

John Awad 

Spiro Cora 

George Hawks 

Cecil Jones 

Howell Polk 

Tommy Price 

Bobby Smith 

Laverne Smith 

Robert Streetman 

N. R. Walley 

Nathan Bowers 

SECOND TENOR: 

Fred Blumer 

Yeager 

Dick Johnson 

Larry Tynes 

Jerry Williamson 

Steve Collins 

Bill Bailey 

Oscar Dowdle 

FIRST BASS: 

Lewis Alexander 

Ray Bardin 

James Burnette 

Wally Conerly 

Joe Ebersole 

Roy Givins 

Terry Hayword 

Charles Hollowell 



THE 



Sam Jones 

R. W. McCarley 
Jimmy McCormick 
W. H. Merrell 
Powers Moore 
Hardy Nail 
Robert O'Kelly 
Roy Price 
Odean Puckett 
Don Young 
Roy Wolfe 
Tom Boone 
Jack Hill 
Enoch Dangerfield 
Jimmy Jones 
Chick Flournoy 
SECOND BASS: 
Garry Balius 
Hugh Burford 
John Hathorne 
Louis Hodges 
Lowell Jones 
Paul Kern 
Frank Nash 
Arthur O'Neil 
Robert Sartin 
Leslie Shelton 
Tommy Spell 
Bill Rose 
Cecil Trantham 




miLLSHPS SinCERS 



OFFICERS 

President ----- FRED BLUMER 
Vice-President - - ODEAN PUCKETT 
Secretary ----- HELEN DAVIS 
Business Manager - - -LOUIS HODGES 



LAST YEAR'S 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. Last year, under the direction of "Pop" King, 
and with Mrs. Price and Ernest Ward as chaperones, the choir made a sixteen- 
day tour of eight states. 



CHRISTMAS CONCERT 





THE CONCERT BAND 



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We are proud of our Band. It is an important part of our life at Millsaps. Any 
College would seem lacking — incomplete — without a Band. The Band is the vocal 
organ of much of our enthusiasm and school spirit. On the football field at half-time 
— or in a concert at the Christian Center — the Band makes us conscious of a one- 
ness, a belonging. Sometimes it even makes us conscious of a purpose. 



Despite a lack of adequate resources or equipment the Band has served nobly 



and well 




OFFICERS 

President ------ LOWELL JONES 

Vice-President - - - SAM JONES 

Secretary - - - - MARY LYNN CRAVES 



The Millsaps Marching Band led the cam- 
pus in spirited parades and lent color and ex- 
citement to the football season. 



THE MARCHING BAND 




MISS MARY LYNN CRAVES 



3ke PLAYERS 



The Millsaps Players is the dramatic organization on the campus. Its member- 
ship is composed of anyone who is interested in working on any phase of theatrical 
production. In conjunction with Alpha Psi Omega, the Players have brought forth 
such spectacles as "Our Town," "Death of a Salesman," "Lilliom," and "The Infern- 
al Machine." 

Under the capable direction of Mr. Lance Coss dramatics play an important 
part in the life of Millsaps. Each year the Players and Alpha Psi Omega present three 
major productions and a group of one-act plays. 

Plays under consideration for the near future include "Mr. Roberts," and 
"Hamlet." 



Top Row — Roberts, Howell, J. M., Myers, Sturdivant, Jones, Harper. 

Second Row — DeLong, Nail, Howell, J. R., Ely, Hunt. 

Third Row — Hargrove, Hardwick, Howell, Neill, Mclnvale, James, McGrath, Carter, Falkner, Cilfoy. 

Fourth Row — Weir, Presley, Jennings, Hand, Wiggins, Hughs, Shelton, Haining. 




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Charles Allen, PiKA 

Fred DeLong, PiKA, 
Secretary 

Keith Dix, KS 

Campbell Gilliland, KA 

Doug Mathis, LXA 

Howell Polk, KS, 
President 

Roger Waldrop, LXA, 
Vice-President 

Tommy Wilson, KA 




Seated — Dix, DeLong, Polk, Waldrop, Allen. 
Standing — Mathis, Gilliland, Wilson. 



inTER-FRATERniTY COMCIL 

pnn-HELLEnic council. 

Left to right — Falkner, Lansing, Carter, Farlow, Fritz, Ford, Grantham, Hughes. 




Ann Carter, ChiO 

Peggye Falkner, PhiMu, 
President 

Minnie Farlow, ChiO, 
Treasurer 

Dee Ford, KD, 
Vice-President 

Shirley Fritz, BSO 

Mary Grantham, BSO, 
Secretary 

Jo Glyn Hughes, PhiMu 

Janella Lansing, KD 



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Mary elected Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class and chosen Business Man- 
ager of Stylus — Barbara Feature Editor of BobasJiela — Ann and Barbara 
chosen for membership in Majorette Club — Martha Ann tapped by Eta Sigma 
Phi. 



OFFICERS 

President ----- MARY ALBERTA GRANTHAM 

Vice-President ------- BARBARA WALKER 

Recording Secretary ----- JENEANNE SHARPE 

Corresponding Secretary - - - NORMA BUSSE 

Treasurer ------- MARY HELEN PHILLIPS 

Pledge Trainer --------- SYBIL FOY 



Carolyn Allen 
Shirley Bishop 
Lois Boakle 
Norma Busse 
Frances Buttross 
Mary Ann Dennis 
Mary Jo Edward; 
Charlotte Elliott 
Cindy Faulkenbcrry 
Sybil Foy 
Shirley Fritz 
Mary Grantham 
Carolyn Hawkins 
Cara Lloyd Hemphill 



MEMBERS 

Sara Johnson 
Joyce King 
Peggy Lack 
Annice Loflin 
Marianne McCormack 
Sally McDonald 
Ann McElroy 
Ann McShane 
Catherine Northam 
Mary Helen Phillips 
Doris Pittman 
Elnora Riecken 
Betty Robbms 
June Santangelo 



Martha Ann Selby 
Jeneanne Sharpe 
Mary Alice Shields 
Marianna Simmons 
Virginia Slater 
Alice Smith 
Martha Ann Smith 
Barbara Walker 
Sue Webb 
Joan Wheeless 
Margaret Ann Whitfield 
Doris Wilkerson 





NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Missouri 
December 12, 1888 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
September 1, 1926 

COLORS: Ruby and Pink 

FLOWERS: Richmond and 
Kilarney Roses 

PUBLICATION: "The Urn' 



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RLPHfl ZETfl CHAPTER 



KflPPfl DELTH 



Barbara is President of Sigma Lambda, Jo Anne of Women's Council — 
Macky heads YWCA — Dee, Majorette Prexy, and Secretary-Treasurer of 
AED — Edna is Miss Hospitality, Secretary-Treasurer of SEB, Miss Millsaps, 
Homecoming Queen — Dee, Jo Anne, Macky tapped by Sigma Lambda — 
Barbara, Edna, and Dee named to Who's Who — Ann heads Westminister, 
tapped by Chi Delta and Majorettes — Ivey, Cheerleader and Homecoming 
Maid — Bettye Lee chosen by Eta Sigma Phi, Norma by IRC. 



OFFICERS 

President ----------- DEE FORD 

Vice-President -------- EDNA KHAYAT 

Secretary ----------- JO BOOTH 

Treasurer --------- ANN MclNVALE 



Clara Parks Booth 
Jo Ward Booth 
Frances Campbell 
Jo Anne Cooper 
Emily Costigan 
Carol Culley 
Janis Edmonson 
Margie Eubank 
Mary Lou Flowers 
Dee Ford 
Emily Greener 
Bettye Hardwick 
Winifred Hargrove 
Frances Hicks 
Jeanelle Howell 



MEMBERS 

Frances Jernigan 
Annette Johnston 
Edna Khayat 
Janella Lansing 
Mollie Lawson 
Nancy Martin 
Jean McClenahan 
Lynn McCrath 
Anne Mclnvale 
Yvonne Moss 
Barbara Myers 
Jo Nail 
Norma Neill 
Ann Orsborn 
Lynice Parker 



Frances Jo Peacock 
Nancy Peacock 
Cecilia Ridgway 
Janette Sanders 
Sylvia Sanford 
Betty Jo Smith 
Robin Smith 
Sylvia Stevens 
Peggy Suthoff 
Anne Turner 
Mary Vaughn 
Ivey Wallace 
Margaret Woods 





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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Dunbar tapped into Sigma Lambda and KDE, President of Chi Delta — Jo Glynn 
tapped by KDE, Audrey by IRC — Elinor Moore, President of KDE — Boots and 
Clarice, Homecoming Maids — Lonetta and Boots, Cheerleaders, and Peggye 
is chosen by Majorette Club — Nona is secretary of YWCA, and Peggye is 
President of Pan-Hellenic — Lonetta and Audrey are named to Who's Who — - 
Audrey is Society editor of P & W, Helen Faye is News editor. 



OFFICERS 

President -------- PEGGYE FAULKNER 

Vice-President -------- LONETTA WELLS 

Secretary --------- AUDREY JENNINGS 

Treasurer ---------- DUNBAR BABBITT 

Pledge Trainer -------- JO GLYNN HUGHES 



Dunbar Babbitt 
Betty Barfield 
Clarice Black 
Sara Jane Brockman 
Mary Elizabeth Burton 
Boots Carpenter 
Ann Chatam 
Carleen Durham 
Peggye Falkner 
Anna Calloway 



MEMBERS 

Janie Haining 
Helen Faye Head 
Jo Clynn Hughes 
Mary Warren Huntly 
Audrey Jennings 
Mary Sidney Johnson 
Nona Kinchloe 
Betty Louise Landfair 
Elinor Moore 
Ann Maudlin 



Betty Brand Pearson 
Mitzi Shelton 
Theresa Terry 
Frances Thompson 
Barbara Uhalt 
Wanda Waddell 
Sandra Weir 
Lonetta Wells 
Carolyn Williams 





NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Wesleyan College 
March 4, 1852 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 24, 1914 

COLORS: Rose and White 

FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation 

PUBLICATION: "Aglaia" 



Babbitt 

Barfield 

Black 

Brockman 

Burton 

Carpenter 



Chatam 

Durham 

Falkner 

Calloway 

Haining 

Head 



Hughes 

Huntley 

Jennings 

Johnson 

Kinchloe 

Landfair 




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Moore 

Maudlin 

Pearson 

Shelton 

Terry 



Thompson 

Uhalt 

Waddell 

Weir 

Williams 






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Fredda tapped into Sigma Lambda, IRC, Chi Delta — Minnie named to Who's 
Who — Mary Lynn is Drum Majorette, Joan Lee is majorette — Minnie tapped 
into Theta Nu Sigma, Squeaky into Alpha Psi — ChiO's win Homecoming 
float prize — Karen has lead in The Infernal Machine, Joan Lee is Home- 
coming Maid, and Kay is tapped into Chi Delta. 



OFFICERS 

President - - - - - - - - - MINNIE FARLOW 

Vice-President ------ LINDA LOU McCULLAR 

Secretary ----------- ANNE HAND 

Treasurer --------- FREDDA SHELTON 

Pledge Trainer --------- ANN CARTER 



Ann Anderson 
Valera Bailey 
Worth Bennett 
Ann Carter 
Ethel Clement 
Esther Coker 
Olive Coker 
Nancy Crawford 
Rose Cunningham 
Alleen Davis 
Janis Edgar 
Minnie Farlow 
Almyra Fisher 
Gail Fielder 
Kay Fort 



MEMBERS 

Mary Gene Cainey 
Karen Cilfoy 
Mary Lynn Graves 
Mary Jane Gray 
Anne Hand 
Nancy Ann Harris 
Joanne Henderson 
Sara Mae Hewitt 
Virginia Hewitt 
Katheryn Hook 
Wally James 
Lucy Jones 
Claudette Koerper 
Joan Lee 
Linda Lou McCullar 



Pat McGuire 
Cynthia Morse 
Sammie Pickering 
Betty Jo Powell 
Anne Ragan 
Fredda Shelton 
Bertie Shortridge 
Shirley Stanton 
Alice Starnes 
Cary Stewart 
Marion Swayze 
Jane Wiggins 
Dixie Winborn 







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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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Julia is President of Vikings — Lou, Joan, and Louise tapped into KDE, Faye 
tapped into AED — Wilma named Secretary of State Methodist Student Move- 
ment — Eunice and Helen selected as beauties — Helen serves as this years 
secretary of Singers. 



OFFICERS 

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

Vice-President -------- SARA JO SMITH 

Recording Secretary ------- HELEN DAVIS 

Corresponding Secretary ------ DANYE MILLER 

Treasurer ------- RUTH ANN PEARSON 

Historian ----------- JO CLAYTON 

Reporter --------- BETTY WESTBROOK 

Sergeant at Arms ------ EVA JO CHAMBERS 

House Chairman --------- WILMA RYAN 



Clenda Adams 
Julia Allen 
Carolyn Baria 
Shirley Beadle 
Eunice Buskirk 
Lou Caldwell 
Maxie Castilow 
Eva Joe Chambers 
Jo Clayton 
Helen Davis 
Meta Dixon 
Mary Dunn 
Anne Finger 
Faye Caddy 
Carolyn Coff 
Lora Gossard 



MEMBERS 

Aliene Hays 
Louise Hig'ht 
Jane Hull 
June Hull 
Elizabeth Hunter 
Eugenia Kelly 
Millicent King 
Walter Jean Lamb 
Becky Lovett 
Danye Carol Miller 
Claire Nicols 
Shirley Newman 
Jonie Newton 
Jewel Dean Nobles 
Nancy Lynn Page 
Jean Patrick 



Ruth Ann Pearson 
Mary George Price 
Frances Ross 
Wilma Ryan 
Mary Sanderson 
Peggy Sanford 
Sara Jo Smith 
Johnnie Swindull 
Alice Triplett 
Gail Ward 
Betty Westbrook 
Claudette Westerfield 
Cornelia Wilkinson 
Joan Wilson 
Juanita Wright 





NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Oklahoma 
April, 1938 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
July 19, 1943 



COLORS: 
FLOWER: 



Blue and White 
White Carnation 



PUBLICATION: 

"N. I. S. A. Newsletter' 



Adams 

Allen 

Buskirk 

Caldwell 

Castilow 

Clayton 



Davis 

Dixon 

Dunn 

Finger 

Caddy 

Coff 



Cossard 
Hays 
Hight 
Hull, Jane 
Hull, June 
Hunter 



Kelly 

King 

Lamb 

Miller 

Nicols 

Newman 



Newton 

Nobles 

Page 

Patrick 

Pearson 

Price 



Ross 

Ryan 

Sanderson 

Sanford 

Smith 

Triplett 



Swindull 

Ward 

Westbrook 

Westerfield 

Wilkinson 

Wilson 

Wright 




KHPPfl ALPHA 



OKD taps Mincy, who is business manager of Bobashela — Cheek is SEB 
Veep, in Who's Who — Nail stars in The Infernal Machine, Blumer elected 
President of Singers — Howell is chosen Veep of Senior Class, tapped into 
Alpha Psi, and is cheerleader — Mincy is President of AED — Walton is cheer- 
leader — Mangum edits Stylus — Cooper is President of Theta Nu Sigma. 



OFFICERS 

Number | ------- - CAMPBELL CILLILAND 

Number II -------- - BEN McCARTY 

Number III ------- - JOHNNY HOWELL 



George Armstrong 
Fred Blumer 
Tarver Butler 
Harry Carter 
Howard Cheek 
Reynolds Cheney 
Stanly Cook 
Jack Cooper 
Leo Crook 
George Elliott 
David Franks 
Tommy Garrett 
Campbell Gilliland 
Johnny Green 



MEMBERS 

Leverette Hayes 
Terry Hayward 
Jack Hill 
Sidney Hill 
Johnny Howell 
Charles Hollowell 
Harold Hutchinson 
Burton Jackson 
George Jones 
John Little 
Ezelle Lewis 
Bill Lynch 
Ben McCarty 
Scott McCarty 



Frank Mangum 
Ernest Mincy 
Hardy Nail 
Tommy Parker 
Billy Parks 
McWillie Robinson 
Fred Day Smith 
Tommy Spell 
James Walton 
Charles Williams 
James Williams 
Tommy Wilson 
Fred Yerger 





NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Washington College 
December 21, 1865 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
October 1, 1S93 

COLORS: Ruby and Old Cold 

FLOWER: Magnolia and Crimson 
Rose 

PUBLICATION: 

"Kappa Alpha Journal" 



Armstrong 

Blumer 

Butler 

Carter 

Cheek 

Cheney 



Cooper 

Crook 

Franks 

Carrett 

Cilliland 

Hayward 



Hill, J. 

Hill, S. 

Hayes 

Hollowell 

Howell 

Hutchinson 



Jackson 
Jones 
Lewis 
Little 

Lynch 
McCarty 



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Mangum 

Mincy 

Morrison 

Nail 

Parker 



Robinson 

Shelton 

Spell 

Williams 

Yerger 





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KHPPfl SIGDIfl 



Kimball takes over from Polk as President — Lowery is most valuable on 
football squad — Cain, M Club President — Barineau is freshman king — Sigs 
win speedball — Polk heads IFC, Powell is most improved player on team. 



OFFICERS 
President --------- SCOTT KIMBALL 

Vice-President --------- BOB PARNELL 

Ritualist --------- WILLIAM POWELL 

Treasurer ---------- HOWELL POLK 



Pat Allen 
Bobbie Ammonds 
John Awad 
Robert Bailey 
Dick Barineau 
Tom Boone 
Jerry Boykin 
John Broadwater 
Billy Brown 
Sonnye Buzzarde 
Taylor Caffey 
Glenn Cain 
Charles Campbell 
Frank Collette 
Charles Cooper 
Clyde Copeland 
Keith Dix 
Charles Dodds 
Hugh Ervin 



MEMBERS 

Alfred Eubanks 
Sammie Joe Clorioso 
Billy Greenlee 
Newt Harrison 
John Hathorn 
Dick Johnson 
Jimmy Jones 
Lowell Jones 
Eddie Khayat 
Scott Kimball 
Bennie Kirkland 
Foster Lowe 
Reginald Lowe 
John Lowery 
Bill McKinley 
W. H. Merrill 
Powers Moore 
Ike Musselwhite 
Art O'Neil 



Bob Parnell 
Jack Pillips 
Jim Phyfer 
Howell Polk 
David Powell 
William Powell 
Roy Price 
David Pryor 
Terry Rees 
Milton Roby 
Lee Stricklin 
Charles Underhil 
N. R. Walley 
Oscar Walley 
Albert Wells 
Tommy Woods 
Jerry Yeager 





NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Virginia 
December 10, 1869 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
October 18, 1895 

COLORS: 

Scarlet, Green, and White 

FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 

PUBLICATION: "The Caduceus' 




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Vernon named president as Roger Waldrop retires — Roger is veep of inter- 
fraternity council — Lowell is president of band, Sam is vice-president — Con- 
ner tapped into Eta Sigma Phi — Sturdivant invited to membership in Kit-Kat. 



OFFICERS 

President ---------- ROGER WALDROP 

Vice-President -------- DOUGLAS MATHIS 

Secretary --------- VERNON EPPINETTE 

Treasurer --------- HUGH McCLELLAN 



Henry Carney 
Michael Conner 
Norman Creel 
Enoch Dangerfield 
Louis Demos 
Herbert Dyar 
Marvin Dyess 
Joe Ebersole 
Vernon Eppinette 
Jerry Eskridge 
Doxey Fisher 
Bill Fuller 
George Hicks 
Lowell Jones 



MEMBERS 

Sam Jones 
Willard Leggett 
Walton Lipscomb 
Lewis Luke 
Jimmy McCormick 
Hugh McLellan 
Douglas Mathis 
Frank Nash 
Roy Parker 
Hirsm Po!k 
Charles Powers 
Delma Saxon 
Lew Schirtzinger 
P;ul Sebren 



Walter Simmons 
Kenneth Simons 
Jack Speights 
Robert Streetman 
John Stringer 
Edwin Sturdivant 
Cecil Trantham 
Roger Waldrop 
Merimen Watkins 
Carl Welch 
Gene Wilkinson 
Don Youngs 





NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Boston University 
November 2, 1909 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
October, 1939 

COLORS: Purple, Green, and Gold 

PUBLICATION: 

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



Carney 

Conner 

Creel 

Dangerfield 

Dyar 

Dyess 



Ebersole 

Eppinetre 

Eskridge 

Fisher 

Fuller 

Hicks 



Jones, L. 

Jones, S. 

Leggett 

Lipscomb 

Luke 

McCormick 



McLellan 
Mathis 
Nash 
Parker 

Polk 
Powers 




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Simmons 

Streetman 

Stringer 

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Waldrop 

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Head is President of ODK — Woodard elected President of SEB and chosen 
as Master Major — Puckett is President of the Senior Class — ODK taps broth- 
ers Woodard and Dunbar — Hunt takes over from Head as Purple and White 
Business Manager — DeLong edits the Bobashela — Dunbar is President of 
Alpha Psi Omega, Myers is elected cheerleader — Eta Sigma Phi taps Ely, 
— Dunbar, DeLong, Hoobs, are chosen by IRC. 



OFFICERS 
SMC ---------- TOMMY WOODARD 

IMC ----------- FRED DeLONC 

ThC ----- JOHN LOTT 



Freddie Abraham 
Charlie Allen 
W. E. Ayres 
Noel Ball 
Jimmie Blair 
Beverly Butler 
Charles Catledge 
Steve Collins 
Wally Conerly 
Fred DeLong 
Kenneth Dew 
Oscar Dowdle 
Jack Dunbar 
Walter Ely 
Dick Foxworth 
Harry Gulledge 
Sid Head 
Joe Hobbs 



MEMBERS 

John M. Howell 
John Hubbard 
George Hunt 
Redmond Hutchison 
Ed Jones 
Read Jones 
Bobby Kelly 
Albert Lee 
John Lott 
Robert Mims 
John Morris 
J immy Morrow 
Bobby Myers 
Leslie Page 
Murry Pinkston 
John Phi I ley 
Odean Puckett 
Cliff Rigby 



Bill Rose 
Dennis Sally 
Jimmy Schimpf 
John Simmons 
Bobbie Smith 
Ed Stewart 
Barry Stewart 
Granville Sykes 
Kenneth Sykes 
Jerry Trigg 
Johnny Turner 
Drip Waldrop 
S. L. White 
Paul Wiggins 
Albert Williamson 
Tommy Woodard 





NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Virginia 
March 1, 1 S68 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 23, 1905 

COLORS: Garnet and Gold 

FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 

PUBLICATION: 

"The Shield and Diamond' 



Abraham 

Allen 

Ay res 

Blair 

Butler 

Collins 

Conerly 



DeLong 

Dew 

Dowdle 

Dunbar 

Foxworth 

Gulledge 

Head 



Howell 

Hubbard 

Hunt 

Hutchison 

Jones, R. 

Kelly 

Lee 



Lott 

Mims 

Morris 

Morrow 

Myers 

Page 

Philley 



Puckett 

Rigby 

Sally 

Schimpf 

Simmons 

Smith 

Stewart, E. 



Stewart, B. 

Sykes, C. 

Trigg 

Turner 

White 

Wiggins 

Williamson 

Woodard 



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Hudson holds the gavel following Epperson — Epperson is listed in Who's 
Who — Hudson heads Millsaps Psychological Society and holds second office 
in Ministerial League. 

OFFICERS 
President ---------- YEAGER HUDSON 

Vice-President - - ... JERRY WILLIAMSON 

Secretary ---------- CECIL JONES 

Treasurer ----------- OLIN COOK 

MEMBERS NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 

University of Oklahoma 
Billy Anglin Cecil Jones April, 1938 

OlmCook JackLoflin LOCALLY FOUNDED: 1950 

Spiro Cora Charles McReynolds 

Roy Epperson W. D. Pigott COLORS: Blue and Cold 

Earl Creenough Joseph Way PUBLICATION: 

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OUR 1953 



The football picture at Millsaps this 
year was a bright one. There was only one 
cloud on the horizon — the game with 
SOUTH PASTURE. 

The Majors got off to a slow start by 
losing one to Delta State. Then Millsaps 
picked up steam, winning over Hendrix by 
a score of 20 to 0. 

Next on the schedule was our game 
with the traditional rivals from over at Clin- 



ton — Mississippi College. The Majors lost 
the game this year but it'll be one that will 
be long remembered. Out-playing the Chocs 
for the first three quarters, Millsaps couldn't 
stop the scoring in time and lost by a score 
of 1 9 to 20. 

The season was finished in a blaze of 
glory as the Majors won the last four games 
of the year to end with a record of 5 won 
and 2 lost. 



First Row — Cain, Clorioso, Greenlee, Nail, Awad, Parker, McPherson, Wolfe, Waldrop. 

Second Row — Catledge, Holloman, Dunaway, Boone, Powell, O'Neil, Pruitt, Jones, J., Moore, Phillips, Smith, L. 




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SCOREBOARD 

MAJORS 

6 Delta State 27 

20 Hendrix 

19 Mississippi College 20 
16 Howard 13 

34 Southwestern .. 7 

35 Sewanee 6 

20 Ouachita 13 

TOTALS 150 86 

Third Row — Trigg (Mgr.), Lowery, Alexander, Trantham, Little, Smith, B., Ricord, Khayat, Kirkland, Carey 
Jones, L, Kimball, Philley (Mgr.). 

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Red Powell — An excellent ball handler, Red directed the 
Majors for a large part of the year. 

John Lowery — John was the heavy artillery of the backfield. 
A hard-hitting Fullback, he was invaluable. 

Glenn Cain — One of the best all-around athletes Millsaps 
has ever produced, Glenn sparked the team to a wonderful 
showing this year. 

Sammy Jo Glorioso — This scrappy little Halfback was con- 
sistently effective on long gains for the Majors. 



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Lowery goes through MC opposition. 




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Walter Waldrop — -Seeing considerable action this year, 
"Drip" played good ball and was an asset to the team. 

Lewis Alexander — Seeing his first action with the Majors 
this year, Lewis gives evidence of doing well in the years to 
come. 

Terry Moore — A freshman, Terry will play a lot of ball for 
Millsaps. 

Tommy Parker — -Tommy, a senior, has been a valuable man 
to have on our side. He has played regularly for the Majors 
and has been of tremendous value to the team. 



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Johnny Awad — One of the small- 
est guards in college football, 
Johnny is a good blocker and 
tackier for his size. 

Arthur O'Neil — He is a depend- 
able center who has seen three 
years service. Art gives 100% 
effort all the time. He is one of 
five seniors who will be missing 
in '54. 

Tom Boone — Tom, a veteran 
guard, is a vicious blocker and 
tackier. He has been a bulwark 
in the Millsaps line. 




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Jackie Mann — Jackie, 165 pound tackle, was a perfectionist 
in blocking and saw a great deal of action with the Majors 
this year. 



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Backfield — Clorioso, Lowery, Parker, Cain. 

Guards — Phillips, Pruirt, Awad, L. Smith, Boone, J. Jones. 





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Cecil Trantham — Cecil, playing his second 
year, was a hard hitting tackle who did an 
excellent job. 



John Little — John, a glue-fingered end and 
fine punter, was a good all round player. 



RETURNING 1953 LETTERMEN 

First Row — Powell, Boone, Awad, Greenlee, Glorioso, Parker. 

Second Row — Lowery, O'Neil, Pruitt, Kimball, Cain, Jones. 

Third Row — Little, Kirkland, Smith, Catledge, Waldrop, McPherson. 




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Little takes to the air 
to help Trantham and 
Pruitt with a stubborn 
Sewanee man. 



Cain makes a tackle 
during the one-sided 
victory over Sewanee. 




Kirkland goes for a 
gain against the boys 
from Choctawland. 



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The Choctaws smoth- 
er Cain as Mann and 
O'Neil look on help- 
lessly. 



Lowery running hard 
into the wind as MC 
tacklers close the gap. 




MC makes a gain as 
Powell comes in for 
the tackle. 





Left to right — Clorioso, O'Neil, Little, Cain, and Parker. 



SEniORS 

These men have played their last football game for Millsaps. They have always 
done their best and the positions they leave empty will be difficult to fill. Good luck! 



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First Row — O'Neil, Awad, Moore, McPherson, Murphy, Clorioso, Parnell, Dunaway. 

Second Row — B. Smith, Trigg, Kimoall, Powell, Boone, Kirkland, Speights, Alexander, J. Jones, 

Third Row — Khayat, Pruitt, N. R. Walley, Morris, 0. Walley, Lowery, Boykin, Woods, Hudson, Catledge. 

"M" CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President ----------- GLENN CAIN 

Vice-President --------- RED POWELL 

Secretary-Treasurer -------- JACK DUNBAR 



BASEBALL 



Returning Lettermen — Speights, Woods, Clorioso, Powell, Parnell, Kirkland. 





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Joe Hobbs 


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Read Jones 




Benny Kirkland 




Crow Parnell 




Red Powell 




Fred Powers 




Jack Speights 




Tommy Woods 







Homecoming — Queen, Edna Khayat; Joan Lee, Ivy 
Wallace, Boots Carpenter, Clarice Black. 

The Eand — and a rainy day for a football game. 

New co-ed coaching staff. 



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Millsaps lost all four games to the 
Chocs. The season took an un- 
pleasant turn when evidence came 
to light that MC was secretly pay- 
ing salaries to its boys. Further 
basketball relations with MC are 
now uncertain, but one thing is 
certain — the Chocs must take 
their stand on one side or the 
other. 




Morris goes up in the air against 
SOUTH PASTURE. 




Sessums shakes off Morris and Cain for 
a shot at the goal. 




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Seated — Berry, Woods, Moore, Mann, Woodard, Whitman. 

Standing — Matheny, Ayres, Cossard, Epperson, Mincy, Dunbar, Finger, Head. 

OmiCROII DELTA KflPPfl 

OFFICERS 

President ------------ SID HEAD 

Vice-President -------- EDDIE COSSARD 

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

ODK 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 

President H. Ellis Finger 
Dr. James Ferguson Mr. Pete Woods Dr. Ross Moore 

ALUMNI SPONSORS 

Mr. Merle Mann Rev. Bob Matheny 

MEMBERS 

W. E. Ayres Eddie Cossard Fred Whitam 

Jack Dunbar Sid Head Tommy Woodard 

Roy Epperson Ernest Mincy 




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Seated — Jennings, Ford, Myers, Farlow. 

Standing — Babbit, Mclnvale, Cooper, Khayat, Shelton. 

S I G HI H LfllllBDfl 

OFFICERS 
President --------- BARBARA MYERS 

Vice-President - - - - - - - - MINNIE FARLOW 

Secretary-Treasurer --------- DEE FORD 

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. 

ADVISORS 

Miss Elizabeth Craig Mrs. Marguerite Goodman 

Mrs. Ellis Finger Miss Mildred Morehead 

MEMBERS 

Dunbar Babbit Dee Ford Barbara Myers 

Jo Anne Cooper Audrey Jennings Anne Mclnvale 

Minnie Farlow Edna Khayat Fredda Shelton 




Seated - - Powell, Pickering, Kinchloe, Miss Sain, Mclnvale, Robinson. 
Standing — Smith, Johnson, Terry, Lamon, Moore, Orsborn. 



Y. 111. C. A. 



OFFICERS 

President --------- ANNE MclNVALE 

Vice-President (programs) - - - BETTY JO POWELL 
Vice-President (membership) - - - LUCY ROBINSON 
Secretary --------- NONA KINCHLOE 

Treasurer ------- SAMMIE DEAN PICKERING 

Commission Chairmen ------ ANN ORSBORN 

SARA JO SMITH 

THERESA TERRY 

FRANCES MOORE 

Social Chairman -------- JOAN WILSON 

Chairman of Bethlehem Center - - CAROLYN LAMON 
Publicity ---------- SARA JOHNSON 

Song Leader ------- NELL MARIE VAUCHAN 

Advisor ------------ JEAN SAIN 



The purpose of "Y" on Millsaps Campus is to form an organization of Christ- 
ian college women, committed to Christian beliefs and carrying the responsibilities 
of membership. The membership is composed of those who choose to share in its 
program. 



miniSTERI RL LEAGUE 




OFFICERS 

President --------- JAMES BUSKIRK 

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

Secretary-Treasurer ------- BYRD HILLMAN 

Reporter --------- BERRY WHITEHURST 

It is the purpose of the Ministerial League to promote fellowship among the 
students who plan to enter the ministry. The League, with the help of the YWCA, 
sponsors mission points located in different areas of the city. Through the Ministerial 
League students are able to help others, thereby gaining experience and spiritual 
strength for themselves. 

COMMISSION CHAIRMEN 

Boy's Farm ---------- BOBBY JO SMITH 

Children's Home ------- HARRY HAWKINS 

Old Ladies Home ------ WAYNE RUSHING 

Charity Hospital ------- TOMMY E. PRICE 

County Jail --------- CARRY BALI US 



FACULTY ADVISOR 

Rev. Bob Anding 



MEMBERS 

Joseph Conti 
Fred DeLong 
Eddie Cossard 
R. L. McCarter 
Frank Mangum 
Ed Sturdivant 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Dr. M. C. White 
Mr. Lance Coss 
Mr. A. C. Sanders 
Mr. Paul Hardin 




Seated — Hardin, DeLong, White, Sturdivant, Sanders. 
Standing — McCarter, Cossard. 



KIT KflT 



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



CHI DELTA 



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



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OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



DUNBAR BABBIT 
JO ANNE COOPER 
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Seated — Babbit, Shelton, Orsborn, Myers. 
Standing — Cooper, Jennings. 



FACULTY ADVISOR 
Miss Mildred Morehead 




MEMBERS 

Dunbar Babbit 

Miss Thomasina Blissard 

Norma Busse 

Jo Anne Cooper 

Kay Fort 

Audrey Jennings 

Edna Khayat 

Barbara Myers 

Ann Orsborn 

Fredda Shelton 

Mary Vaughan 



MEMBERS 

Edna Khayat 
Dee Ford 
Audrey Jennings 
Lonetta Wells 
Minnie Farlow 
Barbara Myers 
Roy Epperson 
Sid Head 
Howard Cheek 
Eddie Cossard 
Tommy Woodard 
Glenn Cain 




WHO'S WHO among 

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



BEETH0VEI1 CLUB 

The Beethoven Club tries to promote an appreciation and understanding of 



OFFICERS 

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

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

Secretary-Treasurer ------- ASPASIA ATHAS 

Faculty Advisor ------- MRS. J. L. ROBERTS 



MEMBERS 





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Joe Ebersole 
Helen Davis 
Mrs. Roberts 
Jimmy Schimpf 
Aspasia Athas 
Maggie Cunningham 
Elizabeth Hunter 
Norma Brown 
Mary Anne Dennis 
Linda Lou McCullar 
Fran Buttross 
Carolyn Allen 
Carolyn Baria 
Elnora Riecken 
Jeanne Patrick 
Norma Busse 
Ruth Ann Pearson 
Margaret Woods 



theth nu s I g m H 



OFFICERS 

President ---------- JACK COOPER 

Vice-President --------- ROY PARKER 

Secretary-Treasurer - ._.__- dee FORD 

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



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



Harry Carter 
Jack Cooper 
Sara Dennis 
Roy Epperson 
Minnie Farlow 
Dee Ford 



MEMBERS 

Faye Caddy 
Audrey Jennings 
Bill Lynch 
Mollie Lawson 
Ben McCarty 
Ernest Mincy 



Roy Parker 
Terry Rees 
Tommy Spell 
Granville Sykes 



First Row — Rees, Mincy, Parker, Dr. James. 

Second Row — Caddy, Dennis, Jennings, Ford, Lawson, Farlow. 

Third Row — Sykes, Epperson, Cooper, Lynch, McCarty, Spell, Carter. 




ALPHA EPS1L0A DELTA 

OFFICERS 
President ---------- ERNEST MINCY 

Vice-President ---------- DEE FORD 

Secretary --------- AUDREY JENNINGS 

Treasurer --------- McWILLIE ROBINSON 

Faculty Advisors -------- DR. J. B. PRICE 

DR. F. W. JAMES 

DR. W. J. BRETT 

MR. W. C. GUEST 

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 med- 
ical field. 

MEMBERS 

James Arbogast Audrey Jennings Ernest Mincy 

John R. Broadwater Mollie Lawson Terry Rees 

Sara Dennis Reginald Lowe McWillie Robinson 

Dee Ford Bill Lynch Tommy Spell 

Faye Caddy Ben McCarty Keith Wolverton 

First Row — Mincy, Robinson, Arbogast, Lowe. 

Second Row — Caddy, Jennings, Dr. James, Dr. Price, Dr. Brett, Ford, Lawson. 

Third Row — Rees, Broadwater, Lynch, McCarty, Wolverton, Spell. 

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ALPHA PSI 0A1EGA 



OFFICERS 

President ---------- JACK DUNBAR 

Vice-President -------- JOHN M. HOWELL 

Secretary-Treasurer -------- ANNE HAND 

Faculty Advisor --------- LANCE COSS 



Alpha Psi Omega recognizes outstanding interest, ability and participation in 
all phases of dramatics. This year was highlighted by such outstanding productions 
as "The Infernal Machine" and "The Rivals." 



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Ann Carter 
Fred DeLong 
Jack Dunbar 
Janie Haining 
Anne Hand 



MEMBERS 

Sid Head 
John M. Howell 
John R. Howell 
Audrey Jennings 
Lynn McGrath 



Bobby Myers 
Ed Sturdivant 
Dr. E. S. Wallace 
Mr. Lance Coss 



First Row — Hand, Sturdivant, Carter, Haining. 

Second Row — Howell, DeLong, Coss, Dunbar, Jennings, Myers. 




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First Row — Nail, Russell, Moore, Athas, Cunningham. 

Second Row — Mrs. Haynes, McCullar, Babbit, Myers, Booth, Mr. Haynes. 

Third Row — Wilson, Hughes, Hight, McCrath. 



KHPPfl DELTA EPSIL0I1 



OFFICERS 

President ---------- ELINOR MOORE 

Vice-President ----------- JO NALL 

Secretary ---------- ASPASIA ATHAS 

Treasurer ---------- LOUISE HICHT 

Faculty Advisors - - PROF, and MRS. R. R. HAYNES 



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. 





MEMBERS 




Aspasia Athas 


Jo Clyn Hughes 


Jo Nail 


Dunbar Babbitt 


Lynn McCrath 


Bettye Russell 


Jo Ward Booth 


Linda Lou McCullar 


Lonetta Wells 


Maggie Cunningham 


Elinor Moore 


Joan Wilson 


Louise Hight 


Barbara Myers 





MEMBERS 

Jack Dunbar 
Audrey Jennings 
Fredda Shelton 
Janis Edmonson 
Janella Lansing 
Emily Costigan 
Keith Dix 
Dr. Moore 
R. L. McCarter 
Dr. Ferguson 
Harold Peden 
James Williams 
Jenkins Spencer 
Douglas Mathis 
Prof. Bergmark 
Alleen Davis 
Fred DeLong 
Eddie Cossard 
Joe Hobbs 
Louise Hodges 
Norma Neill 
Mary Vaughan 
Fred Whitam 




First Row — 
Second Row 



Dunbar, Jennings, Shelton, Edmonson, Lansing, Costigan, Dix. 
— Dr. Moore, McCarter, Dr. Ferguson, Peden, Williams, Spencer, Mathis, Bergmark. 



MTERnflTIOIlAL RELATIONS CLUB 



President - 
Vice-President 



OFFICERS 

JANIS EDMONSON Secretary-Treasurer 

R. L. McCARTER Faculty Advisors ■ 



- EMILY COSTIGAN 
- DR. ROSS MOORE 
DR. JAMES FERGUSON 
MR. ROBERT BERGMARK 

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 sub- 
jects. 



PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 



YEAGER HUDSON 
- LESLIE PAGE 



Secretary-Treasurer 
Faculty Advisor 



- - DON YOUNG 
DR. RAY MUSCROVE 



The Millsaps Psychological Society endeavors to further the study of psychol- 
ogy majors by frequent guest lecturers, departmental projects, and informal gather- 
ings. 

Seated — Ebersole, Hudson, Nash, Page, Young. 

Standing — Woods, Broadwater, Walley, Musgrave, Price, Wofford. 




MEMBERS 

Carolyn Baria 
John Broadwater 
Joe Ebersole 
Edward Hasselle 
Yeager Hudson 
Frank Nash 
Leslie Page 
Thomas Price 
Oscar Walley 
Jess Wofford 
Tommy Woods 
Don Young 



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Seated — Ely, Shields, Dr. Hamilton, Epperson, Hardwick, Selby. 
Standing — Whitam, Cooper, Lott, Peden, Mangum. 



ETfl SIGlim PHI 



OFFICERS 

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

Vice-President --------- JOHN LOTT 

Secretary-Treasurer -------- FRED WHITAM 



Eta Sigma Phi recognizes excellence in the classical languages, Latin and Greek. 
A campus tradition is its annual Roman Banquet. This year Roy Epperson has served 
as National President of Eta Sigma Phi. 



Michael Conner 
John Cooper 
Walter Ely 
Roy Epperson 



MEMBERS 

Bettye Hardwick 
John Lott 
Frank Mangum 
Harold Peden 



Martha Ann Selby 
Mary Alice Shields 
Fred Whitam 



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HAROLD H. MUSTIN 


Compliments 


Special Agent 




New York Life Insurance Company 


HIRAM L. LANDFAIR 


LIFE, ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS 
INSURANCE 


LUMBER COMPANY 


513 Barnett-Madden Bldg. Tel. 2-6615 


Telephone 5-3366 


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IQWI OF THE SOUTH'S^ GREAT STORES 


COMPLIMENTS 


PATTERSON REXALL DRUG STORE 


STANDARD PHOTO (0. 


Dependable Prescription 


CAMERAS 


Specialist 


SUPPLIES 

FINISHING 


7 Conveniently Located Stores 


513 E. Capitol 


FREE DELIVERY 


EmpoRium 


FASHION CAPITAL 


OF MISSISSIPPI 





REID-MCGEE 

MO RTGAG E LOANS 

REAL ESTATE MUTUAL INSURANCE 

Telephone 5-7451 

516 E. Capitol 


TWIN STATES ATHLETIC SUPPLY (0. 

A Complete Line of 

ATHLETIC SUPPLIES, 

SCHOOL JACKETS AND SWEATERS 

J. W. "JIM" HINE, Owner and Manager 
117 South Lamar 


MCRAE'S 

"You'll Find It Pays 

To Shop McRae's!" 


THE GRILL 

THE CAMPUS HANG-OUT 

SANDWICHES 

COLD DRINKS 
BOOKS 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 



CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 

at 

MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

Aspires to Promote Right Attitudes Within a Disciplined Mind 

^ Liberal Arts Education at its Best 

■fa Fully Accredited four year College for Men and Women 

^ Unexcelled opportunity for social, intellectual and spiritual 
development on a friendly campus 

•jf Graduate and undergraduate courses offered at night in 
cooperation with the University of Mississippi 



Summer Terms: June 5 - July 10 — July 12 - August 13 
Fall Semester Begins September 6 



T'S MORI'S 
FOR LUGGAGE 
GIFTS 
ACCESSORIES 



Vogue 

MISSISSIPPI'S 
CAMPUS 

FASHION 
LEADER 



Penney's 



MISSISSIPPI POWER AND LIGHT CO. 

Better Light 

FOR 

Better Sight 



R. M. HENDRICK 


GRADUATE SUPPLY HOUSE 


CLASS RINGS * INVITATIONS 


DIPLOMAS * ANNUALS 


CAPS & GOWNS 


1620 N. MILL JACKSON, MISS. 


VICKERY JEWELERS, INC. 


WELLS 


SPECIALIZING IN 


IDEAL CLEANERS 


FINE WATCH AND 
CLOCK REPAIRING 


"EVERYTHING THE NAME IMPLIES" 


3001 N. State 


3007 N. State 


NORTH STATE PHARMACY 


MARY FRANCES TEA SHOPPE 


"Right across the street 


Specializing in 
BANQUETS 


from, the girls' dormitory" 


and 
LUNCHEONS 


1808 N. STATE 


Across from Sears 



BRENTS DRUGS 


SNACK 


THE FINEST 


SHOP 


IN DRUGS 


"Good Food Around the Clock" 


Morgan Center 


DAVID JONES 
Owner and Manager 


HEDERMAN BROTHERS 


BURKHEAD'S 


PRINTERS — LITHOGRAPHERS 


WELDING & MACHINE WORKS 


STATIONERS 


Machinists 


327-335 E. Pearl Street 


Welders 

Boiler Makers 


Jackson, Mississippi 


917 SOUTH STATE 


DRI 


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The Pause 77 


\at Refreshes 


JACKSON COCA-COLA 


BOTTLING COMPANY 



MADISON WEAVERS 

REWEAVING 

BURNS • TEARS 

MOTH HOLES 

Repairing and Alterations 

124 SOUTH PRESIDENT 

5-3873 



- Shoes for Men ~ffi_ 

i^tavma* $ Q7Qltwne\ 

N39 N LAMAR Phone 5-5376^ 



SMITH'S 
CITY SHOE SHOP 

CHOSEN FIRST IN THE NATION 
FOR SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP 

315 WEST CAPITOL 
2-3378 




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607 DULING AVENUE 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



E. B.'S RESTAURANT 

SEAFOODS 
STEAKS 

CHICKEN 

SANDWICHES 
4300 North State 



ICE CREAM CO. 




THE MERCHANTS (0. 

WHOLESALERS OF 

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 
FRESH PRODUCE 



BAPTIST BOOK STORE 

RELIGIOUS, CHILDREN'S AND 
GENERAL BOOKS. BIBLES 

Greeting Cards and Stationery 
Plaques and Pictures 



COMPLI MENTS OF 

PRIMOS RESTAURANTS 

# 1 - Opposite Post Office 

# 2 - Next to Baptist Hospital 

# 3 - Primos Class Kitchen 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



THE OFFICE SUPPLY (0. 

COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS 
517 E. Capitol St. 

Jackson - Vicksburg - Laurel 
Greenville - Greenwood 



STEVENS 




Suits by Hart, Schafner & Marx 



COMPLIMENTS 

JACKSON JITNEY - JUNGLE STORES 

THE FINEST IN ALL GROCERY NEEDS 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



AIR CONDITIONED 

TELEPHONE IN EVERY ROOM 

Dial JUniper 4-6201 

Highway 11, South 
HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 

NEIL & BEATRICE MAE TAGGART 
Restaurant Operators 



1 1 tarco 

HOTEL Courts 

and RESTAURANT 



THE JUKE 

Jim Moore and N. M. Steed invite all their friends over to 
try their Lunches, Sandwiches, and other Short Orders. 

Make np a Party and take advantage of our private dining 
room facilities. 

Our Specialty is preparing Fraternity and Sorority Parties 
and Open House Menus. 

N. M. STEED & JIM MOORE, Props. 

ADELL GRILL 

Across from the Boys Dormitory 



SERVICE CLEANERS 

CERTIFIED COLD FUR STORACE 

3220 W. Capitol St. 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 

of 




ENGRAVING BY- 
ALABAMA 

ENGRAVING 
CO. 



JAMISON 
CLEANERS 

OUR SPECIALTY 
CAMPUS GARMENTS" 

1804 NORTH STATE 



Printers Book-Binders 

Genuine Engraved Wedding Invitations and Announcements 

THE TUCKER PRINTING HOUSE 

1 1 3 North State — Opposite Old Capitol 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Office Supplies 


Drawing Material 


Desks 


Engineer Supplies 


Chairs 


Blank Books 


Files 


Loose Leaf 


Safes 


Special Forms 



Distinctive Social Stationery - Artist Supplies — Hallmark Cards 

Phone 3-2488 



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PRUITT PHOTO SERVICE 



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