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PRESENTED BY 
THE STUDENT BODY 

OF 
MILLSAPS COLLEGE 



HAL MILLER, JR. 

Editor 



GRAHAM HALES, JR. 

Business Manager 




FROM THE PAST 



Millsaps College was founded in the year 1890 by Major R. W. Millsaps. It 
has received a rich heritage from the past. Opening its doors in 1892, with an 
enrollment of 149, a constant growth has produced the physical plant of educa- 
tion witnessed today in this book. 

Buildings, Equipment, Faculty. This is important. But it is the students and 
their caliber to whom we address this book and the Challenge of THE SEARCH. 




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THE SEARCH 



The search for truth through education is the very 
reason for the being of Millsaps College. This College 
— Faculty, Student and Plant, has influenced the very 
being of this great nation. From this campus have 
gone forth the trained minds, who have become active 
in church, state and nation. For there the search goes 
on, and each person is a part of his community. 




THROUGH THESE GATES 




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AS THE PRESENT^>ASSE 





Millsaps College is mirrored in the progress of Missis- 
sippi, the south and the nation. It benefits from the 
wisdom of the past, and uses skillfully the present 
to shape the future. A better plant and faculty is 
a constant endeavor on the campus, where we seek 
to produce better citizens through the training of 
more capable students. 








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CHRISTIAN 
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MILLSAPS-WILSON 
LIBRARY 



FROM GENERATION TO GENERATIO 



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NEW MENS DORMITORY 




A mixture of the old and the new, part modern and 
conventional, adds to the architecture, and gives style 
and tempo to the Millsaps campus. 



NEW STUDENT UNION BUILDING 




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THE PRINCIPLE MUST BE 




DEDICATED 




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DR. ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON 

Dr. Alfred Porter Hamilton stands a mighty pillar in the institu- 
tion of liberal arts. Educated in America's and Europe's finest uni- 
versities, he has poured into Millsaps College the wealth of his 
experience and spirit. Dr. Hamilton stands a scholar, disciplined in 
a multitude of fields. He brings to his classes a rare combination of 
the classic and the modern, the scientific and the poetic — a sterling 
example of Plato's harmonious self. Dr. Hamilton defines education 
in terms of teaching from the "over-flow" — the over flow of constant 
research and human experience. His smile is gentle and warm; it 
symbolizes the positive atmosphere and patient faith of his Christian 
character and dedication to education. His Platonic idealism is drawn 
from the spring of music, the richness of literature, the perspective 
of history, and his practiced presence with man and God. 





AND REDEDICATED 



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ALVIN JON KING 

Director of Millsaps Singers 
Retired 1956 



ALBERT G. SANDERS 

Professor of Romance Languages 
Retired 1956 





FOR THE SEARCH EXTENDS 




AT WORK 

The search is continued in each class at Millsaps. 
In lecture or lab. The student can advance his 
or her knowledge through a close association 
with faculty and fellow pupils. 




IN THE FIELD 

Theory is placed into practice. Pictured is a 
typical field trip in the geology department 
where the practical application of lessons learned 
well are carried out bv the individual. 




AND AT PLAY 

Under the conditions of freedom of choice, which 
exist at Millsaps, the student discovered that self- 
discipline is a requirement of good citizenship. 
The student who learns earh' to put first things 
first finds that he is successful in his studies, 
active in extra-curricular affairs, and able to 
enjoy the proper amount of social life. 



TO THE FUTURE 





IN RELIGION 

Since its earliest day, Millsaps College has sought 
to inspire the students with a vital Christian 
faith. Faculty and staff members are Christian 
churchmen who believe that mental, social and 
physical growth can best be obtained by emphasis 
on spiritual truth. Because of this philosophy, 
the Christian religion is an integral part of our 
campus life. 



Through activities students develop the qualities of 
leadership and understanding which prepare them 
for the responsibilities which await them in the fu- 
ture. In addition to experience in preparation for 
life students are inttoduced to life itself. 




THIS IS THE SEARCH AND THIS 




IS THE LIFE 




SCHOLASTIC 

ADMINISTRATION 

FACULTY 

CLASSES 



ACTIVITIES 

PUBLICATIONS 

RELIGION 

HONORARIES 



FEATURES 

HONORS 

BEAUTIES 

FAVORITES 



GREEKS 

FRATERNITIES 

SORORITIES 

INDEPENDENTS 



SPORTS 

FOOTBALL 
BASKETBALL 
BASEBALL 
TENNIS 



SCHOOL LIFE 

STUDENT LIFE 
SNAPSHOTS 



ADVERTISEMENTS 

LOCAL 
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SCHOLASTIC 



ADMINISTRATION 
FACULTY 

CLASSES 




DR. H. E. FINGER, JR. 



This report to the students, faculty and ahnnni of Millsaps College makes the 
fifth anni\ersary of Dr. Finger's guidance of Millsaps College. Such is worthy 
of note for these pictures and each page has been influenced by his policies of 
progress. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

OFFICERS 

M. A. Franklin, D.D President 

B. M. Hunt, D.D - Vice-President 

N. J. Golding, D.D Secretary 

A. B. Campbell, LL.D Treasurer 



Term Expires in 1956 

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

John Egger Meridian 

Rev. N. J. Golding, D.D Columbus 

A. L. Rogers New Albany 

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

Rev. J. D. Slay Laurel 

F. B. Smith Ripley 

Virgil D. Youngblood Brookhaven 



Term Expires in 1959 



W. E. Bufkin 

R. L. Ezelle, LL.D. . . . 
Rev. B. M. Hunt, D.D. . . 
Rev. J. W. Leggett, Jr., D.D. 

John McEachin 

W. O. Tatum 

Rev. W. L. Robinson, D.D. 
Rev. J. D. Wroten, D.D. . 



. . Leland 

. . Jackson 

Meridian 

. Meridian 

. Grenada 

Hattiesburg 

New Albany 

Louisville 




AND ADMINISTRATION 






DEAN OF FACULTY 

James Sharbrough Ferguson 



DEAN OF STUDENTS 

James Edward McCracken 



DEAN OF WOMEN 
Mildred Lillian Morehead 






REGISTRAR 
Paul Douglas Hardin 



BUSINESS MANAGER DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS 
James W. Wood James J. Livesay 




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THE 



HOLMES AMBROSE 

Associate Professor of Music; Director of the Mill- 
saps Singers; B.M., M.M., University of Nebraska 

ROBERT E. ANDINC 

Assistant Professor of Religion; A.B., Millsaps Col- 
lege; B.D., Emory University 

MRS. RUTH ANDREWS 

Manager of the Bookstore 

PEGGY BENNETT 

Library; B.S., Mississippi State College for Women 

ROBERT EDWARD BERGMARK 

Associate Professor of Philosophy; A.B., Emory Uni- 
versity; S.T.B. Advanced Graduate Work, Boston 
University 



MAGNOLIA COULLET 

Associate Professor of Latin and German; A.B., Mill- 
saps College; A.M., University of Pennsylvania; 
Graduate Work, American Academy in Rome; Uni- 
versity of Chicago 

ELIZABETH CRAIG 

Associate Professor of French; A.B., Banard College, 
Columbia Universit>'; A.M., Columbia Uni\ersity; 
Diplome De La Sorbonne, Ecole De Preparation 
Des Professeurs De Francais A L' Etranger, Faculty 
of Letters, University of Paris 

MRS. HELEN DANIEL 

Hostess, Burton and Galloway Halls 



NEAL BOND FLEMING 

Professor of Philosophy; A.B., B.D., Emory Uni- 
versity; S.T.M., Ph.D., Boston University; Ford 
Scholar, Harvard University 

MRS. MARTHA GALTNEY 

Secretary to Dean of Students 

MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN 

Associate Professor of English; A.B., Agnes Scott 
College; A.M., Tulane University 



LANCE GOSS 

Associate Professor of Speech; Director of the Mill- 
saps Players; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., North- 
Western University; Special Study, The Manhattan 
Theatre Colony 

LUCY HANSARD 

Secretary to the President 

ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES 

Professor of Education; A.B., LL.B., University of 
Tennessee; Vice Consul of the United States in 
Scotland and England; A.M., Advanced Graduate 
Work, George Peabody College 



NELLIE KHAYAT HEDERI 

Assistant Professor of French; A.B., Mississippi State 
College for Women; A.M., Tulane University 

NANCY BROGAN HOLLOW AY 

Instructor of Secretarial Studies; A.B., Mississippi 
State College for Women 

FRANKLIN WARD JAMES 

Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Mississippi College; 
Ph.D., University of North Carolina 



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FACULTY 



FRANK MILLER LANEY, JR. 

Associate Profosor of History; A.B., University of 
Mississippi; A.M., Ph.D., University of Virginia 

GRADY McWHINEY 

Associate Professor of Hi.story; B.A., Centenary 
College; M.A., Louisiana State University 



GEORGE LAMAR MADDOX, JR. 

Professor of Sociology; A.B., Millsaps College; 
S.T.B., A.M., Boston University 

ROSS HENDERSON MOORE 

Professor of History; B.S.. M.S., Millsaps College; 
A.M., University of Chicago; Ph.D., Duke I'ni- 
versity 

SHIRLEY PARKER 

Associate Professor of English; B.A., Millsaps 
College; M.A., Tulanc 



JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE 

Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Millsaps College; 
M.S., University of Mi.ssissippi; Ph.D., Louisiana 
State University 

RICHARD R. PRIDDY 

Professor of Geology; B.S., Ohio Northern Uni- 
versity; A.M., Ph.D., Ohio State University 

JAMES ROY PRINCE 

Associate Professor of French; M.A., and Ph.D., 
University of North Carolina; A.B., Uni%-ersity of 
South Carolina 



THOMAS LEE REYNOLDS 

Professor of Mathematics; B.S., Guilford College; 
A.M., Ph.D., Uni\-ersity of Nortli Carolina 

MRS. KATE ROBERTSON 

Hostess, Sanders and Whitvvorth Halls 

JEAN FRANCIS SAIN 

Director of Physical Education for Women; 
B.S.P.E., University of Mississippi 



MRS. BETHANY C. SWEARINGEN 

Librarian; A.B., Millsaps College; B.S. in Library 
Science, University of North Carolina 

MISS WARRENE WARRINGTON 

Business Office Bookkeeper 

MRS. CHARLES J. WATSON 

Registered Nurse, Assistant to Campus Doctor 



CHARLES J. WATSON 

B.A., M.A., Colorado State College 

MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE 

Professor of English; A.B., Birmingham-Southern 
College; A.M., Harvard University: Ph.D.. Uni- 
\ersity of Wisconsin 

JAMES DAUSEY WROTEN, JR. 

Professor of Religion; A.B., Millsaps College; 
B.D., Southern Methodist Uni\'ersity; A.M., 
Ed.D., CoUuubia University 




MRS. MARY B. STONE 



Mrs. Mar\' B. Stone, Associate Professor of English, and for nian\ \ears 
Dean of Women at Millsaps College, died on December 19, 1956. 

Mrs. Stone was a graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman's College where she 
received her Bachelor of .\rts degree. From Ceorge Peabod>' College in Nash- 
ville, she recei\ed her Master of Arts degree in English in 192S. She came to 
Millsaps College in 19ol as Dean of Women, and as a member of the Depart- 
ment of English. She served as Dean at Millsaps initil 1952. After that date, 
she devoted her full time to teaching. 

Her students of many generations testify to her gracious manner, her 
scholarship, and her s\nipathetic interest in their educational growth. 

Her President says of her that she was "known and admired by students 
and facult>' alike for her devotion to high principles, her strength of con\iction, 
her intolerance of niediocrit>', her impatience with slothfulness, and her insist- 
ence on excellence. Her refreshing frankness and her pointed observations on 
any matter under consideration will be missed." 

Mrs. stone was a person of wide learning and of keenh' intelligent mind. 
Her genuineness won the lo\e of man\' and the respect of all. She was frank 
and honest in expressing her opinions, and impatient of all imrealit> and pre- 
tense. Her many friends found her unfailingly generous and lo\al. She was 
a person of integrit}', and of great strength of will. 

Knowing full well the precarious state of her health, she refused to husband 
her waning strength. She was careless of tlie prospect of death, and chose io 
li\e full)- and usefulK to the \er>' end. M ele\en o'clock on the final da\' of 
recitations before the Christmas holida\s, she taught her last class. Before that 
hour next da\' she was dead. Her bra\ e and independent spirit had dreaded 
helplessness and dependence far more than death. I am sure it was as she 
would ha\e wished it. 



^ — IIM IVIEMORIAIVI- 




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JOHN MAGRUDER SULLIVAN 



Dr. Sullivan's life spanned almost a century of service to God and the Church, not only 
in local and statewide connections, but in its eciunenical sweep. 

He was a charter member of the General Board of Lay Activities, and as a Conference 
Lay Leader for a quarter of a century, an outstanding leader in all Methodism, in this area of 
service. 

He was a delegate to many of the larger assemblies of the Church, such as: General Con- 
ferences, Jurisdictional Conferences and General Boards. 

But he found his metier in Christian Education. He organized a class of Millsaps College 
boys in connection with the Sunday School of Galloway Church early in the century. 

He taught Chemistry and Geology as phases of God's Divine Revelation to man\- genera- 
tions of college students, quoting to them our Lord's sa\'ing, "Ye shall know the truth and the 
truth shall make you free," as proof that science and religion are equalh' facets of the great 
body of Truth. 

One of his old students says of him: 

"Dr. Sullivan endeared himself to us because he took a personal interest in his students. 
He shared his moral and spiritual inspirations with us. He inspired our confidence." 

He was a great Christian and a great teacher. 



CLASSES 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

SAM JONES President 

GRAHAM HALES \'ice President 

NANCY PEACOCK Secretary 

ROBERT MINIS Treasurer 

SENIOR CLASS 

LARRY TYNES President 

JOHN McEACHIN \'ice President 

lUNE STELLWAGON . Secretary-Treasurer 



CLASS OF '58 

JIM WAITS President 

TOiM FANNING Vice President 

PEGGY PERRY Secretar\ -Treasurer 

CLASS OF '59 

JON ED WILLIAMS President 

CLIFTON WARE \'ice President 

CLARA SMITH .... Secretary-Treasurer 

CLASS OF '60 

GAYLE ERWIN President 

JOHN SHARP GATEWOOD . \'ice President 
BETTY BARTLING . . Secrctar\ -Treasurer 



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SENIOR CLASS 




DANNY ANDERSON Jacksdii 

Clu'iiiistr\ 

Dean's List; Alplia Epsilon Delta. Alpha Phi Oiiuya; Purplr 

and White, Band, Singers, Intraniurals; Lambda Chi Alplia. 

GEORGE ARMSTRONG Coffeevillc 

Bi()log> 
Dean's List; .Singers, I'ootlKill: K;ipp;i .\li)h;L 

MYNA BAIN Belzoiii 

E^nglish 

Purple and White, Singers, Baptist Stmlent liiion; l\app;i Delt;i 

Epsilon; Chi Omega. 

JIM BERRY Fifnti.s.s 

Polilital Seienee 
KoDthall, Basketball; "M" Club; lvapp;i Sigma. 



JO ANNE ABERNATHY Schlater 

Elementary Edueation 
\\ esley, \\ omen's Christian Workers; \'ikings. 

FRED ABRAHAM Vicksburg 

Pohtieal Seienee 

I'lirpli and Whiti — Business Manager. Student Executive 

Boiird, Debate, Tennis. Intraniur;ds; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

ELWYN ADDKISON LoiiisNiik- 

Elenientiiry Education 
President's List, Dean's List; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Bobashela, 
Purph- and \\'hite; NLiiorette. Hoiuecoming Maid; Kapp;i Delta. 

CAROLYN ALLEN Shaw 

.Music 
"\V/i(i'.s WIio in Americiin I'niversitie.s and Colleges;" Beetho- 
ven Clul) — Vice President. Women's Council — Vice President. 
Christian Council, Women's Christian N\'orkers — President; 
\'ikings; Sigma Lambda. 



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HARRY BLAIR Jackson 

Chemistry 
Kappa Alpha. 

REBA JEAN BOACKLE Crystal Springs 

Elementary Education 

Christian Council — Treasurer; Catholic Club — President; Pan- 

jiellenic Council; Beta Sigma Oniicron — Treasurer. 

ALTON BOYD McComb 

Psychology 
Dean's List; "Wlw's Who in American U nioersities unci Cul- 
legs;" Omicron Delta Kappa, International Relations Club; Pi 
Kappa Delta — President; Psi Delta Chi — Vice President; Purple 
and White Editor, Debate, Players, Intramurals; Lambda Chi 
Alpha. 

BETH BRANDON Meridian 

English 

Dean's List; Baptist Student Union — Vice President, Singers; 

Kappa Delta. 

SHH^LEY BROWN Belzoni 

English 

Chi Delta, Alpha Psi Omega — President, Majorette Club; 

Players; Purple and White; Phi Mu. 

KAY RUFKIN Mobile, Alabama 

Spanish 
Eta Sigma Phi, Majorette Club; Vikings. 





BETH BUSBY Atlanta, Georgia 

Elementary Education 
Phi' Mu. 

HELEN SUE CALLAHAN Jackson 

English 
Psi Delta Chi; Players, Wesley; Phi Mu. 

JOHN HENRY CARNEY Crystal Springs 

Histor\' 

Oniicron Delta Kappa, Psi Delta Chi — Vice President; Kit Kat; 

Purple and White Editor; Lambda Clii .\Ipha. 

LODUSCA CATLEDGE Meridian 

French 
Kappa Delta. 



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NANCY CKAWFOHD Laurel 

Kiigli.sli 

Clii Drlla; Purple ;m(l W hitc. Singers. I'layers. \\'islc\, Stsliis — 

Associate Editor; Clii Omega. 

HOSE C;UNN1NC;HAM Mcnipliis, Tcnn, 

Englisli 
Dean's List; "VV'/ki'.v W'Iui in Aiiiciiriiti L'liiici cities ami Col- 
leges;" Sigma Lamlxia, Intirnational Relations Club — Secre- 
lary. Pi Kappa Delta; Religion Department — Assistant. Debate 
Club. Singers, Wesley — Secretary; Chi Omega. 

ENOCH UANGERFIELD . . . Salt Lake Cit\. Utah 

Cliemistr\ 
Dean's List; .Mplia l'',psilou Delta; B;in(l. Singers; L;uii1h1.i Clii 

.\lplKl. 

KAY DAVLS jack.son 

Lloment;iry Ednc;ition 
Dean's last; l\app;i Dell;i. 



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CARL CAUSEY Liberty 

Cluinistr) 
hitr.Mimr.iK; K;i])ixi Sigma — \'ice President. 

REYNOLDS CHENEY Jack.son 

English 
President's List. De;m"s List; "Wluis Who in American i'ni- 
vcrsitics unci ColleficsT Oiiiicron Delt;i Kapini — President, In- 
ti'rn;ition;d Hel;itions Club — \'ice President, Kit Kat — Secrc- 
t;ir\ ; Christiiin Coimcil. C;mterbur\ Club — President. Stylus — 
.•\ssistant Editor. Hob;ishchi. Intrannirals; Intcr-Fratcrnity Coun- 
cil. Kappa Alpha — \'iee President. 

PAT CHUNN Jack.son 

Religion 

DciUi's List; M.ijnrctte Club; Intranuu;ds, Rolxishela. Purple 

;uid White. Band. Singers, \\ oman s Council — Secretary; Pan- 

Ilillenic — \ ice President, Beta Sigma Omicron — President. 

PAUL COMOLA Yazoo City 

Economics 
Kootliall; Kappa Sigma 

.MILTON COOK Preston 

Education 
Norseman. 

TED COTRELL Atlanta. Georuia 

Ps\cholog\' 




GEORGE A. DAY Vicksbuig 

I'i Kappa Alpha. 

KENNETH DEW Jackson 

Economics 
"M" Club; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

BUDDY DODSON Haipen ille 

Chcniistiy 
Alpha Ep.silon Delta; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

NENA DOIRON Greenwood 

Elementary Education 
Sigma Lambda; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Purple and White; 
Bobashela — Associate Editor; Players; Singers; Psychology Club; 

Wesley; Kappa Delta. 

OSCAR DOVVDLE Greenville 

History 
Bobashela — As.sociate Editor; Players; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

HARRY DOWLING Jackson 

Chemistr\' 
Dean's List; Theta Nu Sigma — President; Chemistry — Assist- 
ant: Pi Kappa Alpha. 



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ALLEN DOYLE Chicago, Illinois 

Philosophy 
Eta Sigma Phi; Intramurals, Singers; Ministerial League. 

HETTY DYESS Laurel 

Rehgious Education 
Singers, Wesley, W.C.W.; \'ikings. 

HARRISS EATON Port Gibson 

Economies 

.\lplia Plii Omega; Student Executi\e Board: Xorseiuen — 

President. 

JANIS EDGAR Jackson 

Education 
Band, Pla>ers, Singers, \\'estminstcr: Chi Omega. 



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CAHOLYN COPT Kreale 

Englisli 

kapi)a Dilta Epsilon; Singers, Wt-slcs , W.C.W.; Beta Sigin.i 

Omicron. 

JAMES C;C)KD()\ Decatur 

Cliumistiy 
Al|)lia Epsilon Delta; Pi Kappa Aiiilia. 

WILLIAM CULLEDGE (Ji>,stal Springs 

ClHinis(r\ 
Football; Kappa Sigma. 

GRAHAM HALES J;uks..i, 

l's\ cliolog) 
\\7i(i'.v V\7i() III Aineiiccin Universities mid (,'ii//c^cv; OMiieiun 
Delta Kappa, Alplia Psi Omega, International Relations Club; 
Favorite. Baptist Stndent Union, Cliristian Couneil — \'iee Pres- 
ident; Student Exeeutive Board — \'iee President; Bobasliela — 
Business M;mager; Inter-Fraternilx Couneil — President; Kappa 
Alpha — President. 

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\L\HY JO EDWARDS Sunflower 

Elementar\- Edueation 

K;ippa Delt;i Epsilon. Majorette Club; Singers. Pla\ irs, \\'esle\-; 

Bet;i Signui Omieron. 

LAGV FHALSER Littlo Rock. Arkansas 

BiologN 

.\lpl);i Epsilon Delt;i; Bobiishela; Purple and \\ liite; Pi Kappa 

Alpha — Treasurer. 

JEHRE GEE Jackson 

Histor\ 

Dean's List; Kappa Delta Epsilon; International Kekitions Club; 

Histor\' Department — .Assistant; Bobasliela, Purple and White, 

Players, Singers; Panhellenie Couneil; Kai^i^a Delta. 

WILD A GEORGE Fort Walton. Florida 

English 
K.ippa Delta. 

LADY NELSON GILL Tunica 

Elementarj' Edueation 
Singers, Wesley. 

JANE PICKERING CILLIS Hazelhinst 

Elementary Edueation 
Players, Singers: Chi Omega SororitN . 




NEWT HARRISON New Alhain 

Political Science 
Alpha Plii Onu'ga — Vice President; Kappa Sigma — President. 



FAY HARTHCOCK Eden 

English 



FREIDA HAYES Canton 

English 



CARA LLOYD HEMPHILL Jackson 

English 

Chi Delta; Singers, Intramurals; Beta Sigma Oniicron — \'ice 

President, 



BROOKS HUDSON Shubuta 

Enghsh 

Dean's List; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges; 

Oniicron Delta Kappa, Eta Sigma Phi, Alpha Phi Omega; 

Purple and White, Wesley, Ministerial League, "M" Club; 

Norsemen — President, Lambda Chi Alplia. 



JIMMY HUDSON Morton 



Cheniistrj 
Dean's List; Kappa Sigma. 





MRS. GOLDIE C. ILLK Florence 

Elementary Education 
Dean's List. 

HUGH JOHNSTON, JR Vick.sbmg 

Chemistry 

Dean's List; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Alpha Phi Omega; Band, 

Baptist Student Union, Student E.\ecuti\e Board. Sophomore 

Class President, Favorite; Inter-Fraternit\' Council. Pi Kappa 

Alpha — President. 

SAM JONES, JR Jackson 

Music 
President's List, Dean's List; Who's Who in American Uni- 
versities and Collcfics: Oniicron Delta Kappa — \'ice President, 
Eta Sigma Phi, Kit Kat; Band — Director, Student Executive 
Board — President, Master Major; Lambda Chi Alpha — Presi- 
dent. 

EUGENIA KELLY Forest 

English 
Dean's List; Wlio's Who in American Universities and Col- 
leges; Sigma Lambda, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Chi Delt;i, Ma^ 
jorettc Club; Singers, W.C.W. — Treasurer, Women's Council — 
President, Intramurals; X'ikings — President. 



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11. W. McCAULEY Huleville 

Malliiniatics 
Band — \ itr I'rcsidcnt. SinmTs, W'cslcN . 

jAMKS H. NkC.'OHMICK Jackson 

Uclii;ioii 

Oralis last, (lallnwa) Award; Tt'imis, Band, Siiiurrs; Lariilida 

C'lii Alplia I'Vatcriiit). 

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MAX McDANIEL Jackson 

Psycliologx' 
kit Kilt: i*s\ tlioloi^N Cliil). Tfiinis. Iiitiiiiiiiiials; kappa Alplia. 

JOHN D. McEACHIN Grenada 

Chemistry 

Irian's List, I'rcsidcnl's List; Alplia Epsilon Delta; Senior Class 

— Vice President, Intr;iimnals, Sinjjers; Iiilir-KniternitN' Conn- 

eil, Pi Kajni;! .\lpli;i — \'ice President. 

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PAUL KERN Hillsboro 

English 

Pi Kappa Delta; Singers, Ministerial League, Carter Oratory 

Winner; Kappa Sigma. 

JACK KING Kiplcy 

Religion 

Dean's List; Basketball. Ministerial League — Secretary, "M" 

Club, Wesley. 

MILLICENT KING Ackernian 

English 

De;ui's List; Intr;iiiuir;ds, W.C.W. — President, Y.W.C.A.. W est- 

niinster F"ello\vsliip — Secretary. Christian Council — Treasurer; 

Beta Sigma Oniicron — Secretary. 

WALTER JEAN LA.MB O.xford 

Elenientan. Education 

Kappa Delta Epsilon — Secretary; Chri,stian Council, Singers, 

W.C.W., Wesley, Y.W.C.A.— President. \\'onian's Council. 

BETTY LANDFAIR Jackson 

English 
Dean's List; Players, Purple ;ind White; Phi Mu. 

HENRY K LEE Jackson 

Cheniistrv 




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MARILYN McNeill Crystal Springs 

Sociology 
Band; Vikings. 

GWENDOLYN McRANEY Lumberton 

Englisli 

Eta Sigma Phi; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Majorette CInli; Student 

Executive Board, Singers; W.C.W. 

CHARLES McREYNOLDS Columljus 

Chemistry 
Intramurals; Norsemen — President. 

JUNE MARTIN Madison 

Enghsh 
Eta Sigma Phi, Kappa Delta Epsilon — Treasurer; Vikings. 

JANIE MASHBURN Raymond 

Elementary Edvication 
Singers. 

DANYE MILLER Wood\ille 

Elementary Education 
Majorette Club. Chi Delta; Vikings. 




HAL MILLER Jackson 

History 

Dean's List; International Relations Chib; Intranuirals, Boba- 

shela — Editor; Purple and White, Inter-Fraternity Council; 

Pi Kappa Alpha — President. 

SANDRA MILLER Greenwood 

French — Spanish 

Dean's List; Pi Delta Phi — President; Pm-ple and White; Boba- 

shela, Westminster; Players, Singers; Kappa Alpha Rose; Chi 

Omega. 

NOEL MILLS Jackson 

Chemistry 
Alxjha Epsilon Delta; Newman Club; Kappa Alpha. 

ROBERT MINIS Jackson 

Economics 
Dean's List; W/io's Who in American Universities and Col- 
leges; Pi Kappa Delta — President; Omicron Delta Kappa; In- 
ternational Relations Club; Student Executi\e Board — Treas- 
urer, Debate Club — President, Intramurals. Favorite; Pi Kappa 
.■Mpha — President. 

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ILAll \IC:H0LAS Saiiih 

llistOlN 

Wfslcy. 

BETH O'NEIL N'ickshurti 

Elementary Ecliicatioii 
I'iayrrs, \\<sl,\ . V.W.C.A.; Pi Kappa Alplia Cotton Ball (,)nri-ii. 

LYNNK.'E PARKER Tupelo 

Elementary Education 
\\'esle\'. Singers; Ka|ipa Oclta. 

HOB PATTERSON Jackson 

I listors 
International Helations Club; Band, Intramund.s; Lambda Chi 

Alpha. 

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EDWIN MIZE Jackson 

Clu-iiiistr\ 
Intranmrals; kappa Si^ma. 

ANNPZTTE MOHAN Yazoo CAW 

Tlieta .\u Sigma. 

TERRY MOORE Indianola 

Geolog\- 
Baseball. Football. "M" Club; Kappa Sigma. 

GAIL MOOREHEAD \'icksburg 

Religion 
.\lpha Psi Omega, Majorette Club: Pla\ers, Singers; \'ikings. 

JOHN D. MORGAN Sunirall 

Chemistry 

.'\lpha Epsilon Delta — President; Bourgeouis Medal — .54. .5.5; 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Donn Manager. 

Y\'ONNE MOSS Tchula 

Elementary Education 

Kapp;i Delta Epsilon, .Majorette Cluli — President; Bobashela; 

Purple and White, Intramurals, Singers, Players; Kappa Delta — 

Secretarx . 





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NANCY PEACOCK Kosciusko 

Religion 
Deitn's List; W/io'.S' Who in American Universities and Col- 
leges; Sigma Lambda — President; Miss Millsaps, Student Execu- 
tive I3oard — Secretary, Homecoming Maid, Woman's Council — 
President, Y.W.C.A. — Vice President, Stylus, Purple and White; 
Kappa Delta — Vice President. 



NITA PERRY Memphis, Tenn. 

English 
Chi Delta, Singers, Bobashela; Kappa Delta. 



JOHN C. PHILLEY Indianola 

Geology 

Dean's List; Geology Assistant, "M" Club, Intramural Council; 

Pi Kappa Alpha — Treasurer. 



LUCY PRICE Jackson 



Mathematics 
Theta Nu Sigma; Singers. 



KATHLEEN PRIEST Woodville 

Economics 



JEANETTE PULLEN Kosciusko 

Chemistry 
Dean's List, President's List; Who's Who in American Universi- 
ties and Colleges;" Sigma Lambda, Eta Sigma Phi — President, 
Alpha Epsilon Delta — Historian. Majorette Club; Band, Pur- 
ple and White, Intramurals; Kappa Delta. 







HELEN REILLY Jackson 

Biology 

Dean's List; Theta Nu Sigma; Players. Singers, Lambda Chi 

Alj^ha Crescent Girl: Chi Oniegii — Treasurer. 



MARTINA RILEY Jackson 

Philosophy 

"Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges; Sigma 

Lambda; Purple and White, Band, Players, Wesley — President, 

Christian Council — Secretary, MSM State President; Kappa 

Delta. 



JEAN ROUSE Poplarville 

Enghsh 
Baptist Student Union — President; Chi Omega. 



JANELLE RYDER Pascagoula 

Religion 
W.C.^^'., Weslev. 





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ALFRED STATHAM Jackson 

Political Scienc'i' 

W'lio'.s Willi ill Aineiicdii I'niver.sities niid Cnllegcs; Intcination- 

al Hilatimis Club — Vice President; Pi Kappa Delta — President; 

Et;i Simiia Phi; Oiiiicron Delta Kapp;i: Debate Club; Purple 

and White; Student Executive Board; Kappa Simula. 

JUNE STELIAVAGON \'eri)ua 

Elenientar\ Edue;ition 

Kappa Dtlta Epsilon — President; Sij;uui L;unbda; Majorette 

Club — Secretary Lind Treasurer; Singers; Wesley; VA\'.C.A.; 

Chi Oniega. 

ED STEWART Jackson 

Economics 
Pi K;ippa Alpli;i. 

RUSSEl.i. STON'AI.T Magnolia 

English 
Dean's List; Alpha l''|)silou Delt;i; Iutr;iuuM'als; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

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TEX SAMPLE Brookhaven 

Psycholog\' 
Ouiicron Delta K;ippa; Kit Kat; Baseball; "M" Club; Band; 
Singers, Minist<rial Le;igu( — President; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

PEGGY SANFORD Jackson 

\"oiee 
Willi's Who ill American Vniiersitics and Collciicn; King Schol- 
arship: Music Scholarship; Band; Singers — Secrct;iry — Tour; 
llomecoiuing Queen; X'ikings — \'iee President. 

LESLIE SHELTON Jackson 

Cheunstr\ 
Intr;unurals; Singers — Tour; Kappa Alpha. 

.\IITZI SHELTON Winona 

Elementary Education 
Players; Singers; V.W.C.A. — \'ice President. Phi Mu — Secre- 
tary. 

LAWRENCE SHEPHERD Colmnhia 

Chemistr\' 

Thet;i \u Sigma; Josie F"itzliugh Nlill.saps Scholarship; Physics 

.Achievement .\\\ard; Band. 

ALICE STARNES Utica 

English 
\\7i()'.s Wild in American Universities and CoUe^ics; Chi Delta — 
Secretary and Treasurer; Nbijorettc Club; Intramurals; Purjile 
and White; Phi\ers; V.W.C.A.; Sigma Lambda; Kappa Delta 
Epsilon; Fa\orite; Panhellenic Council — President: Chi Omega. 




FRED B. SMITH Pliiladolphia 

Biology 

LAVERNE SMITH Picayune 

Philosophy 
Football, Ministerial League — Piesideiit; Lambda Clii Alpha, 

MARTHA ANN SMITH Jackson 

ElementaiN' Edueation 
Dean's List; Kappa Delta Epsilon — Viee President; Majorette 
Club, Wesley, Singers; Beta Sigma Omicron. 

ROBERT C. SMITH Jackson 

Mathematics 
Dean's List; Theta Nu Sigma; Intramurals; K;i]i]ia Alpha. 

ROBERT L. SMITH Holly Springs 

Music 
Purple and White — Business Manager, Singers — Business Man- 
ager, Student Executi\e Board; Pi Kappa Alpha — President. 

BARBARA SWANN Jackson 

Psychology 

Dean's List; Sigma Lambda, Psi Delta Chi — President; Bob- 

ashela. Purple and White, Prayers; Chi Omega. 





JOHNNIE MARIE SWINDULL . . . Priciiard. Ala. 

Sociology 

.\lpha Psi Omega — Secretary and Treasurer: Players, Singers; 

Viking. 

ROSA TAYLOR Raymond 

Elementary Education 
Dean's List; Singers. 

BARBARA ANN THOMAS Jackson 

English 
Singers, Players, Purple and ^^'hite. Bobashela; Kappa Delta. 

DON TRIPLETT Forest 

Economics 
Phi Theta Kappa; Singers, Westminster; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

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JAMKS WALTON Jackson 

Gi^ology 
CliciTk-idrr: Kappa Aljilia. 

MEUKIMEN MckAY WATKINS Jackson 

Political Science 
Purple and White; Lambda Clii Alpha. 

% 

ROBERT WESLEY I'oiilaiAillc 

Cheiiiistry 
Alpha Epsildn Delia lliiudiary Fraternilv ; Lanihda Olii Mplia. 

PATTY JEAN WHITE I'claluitcInC 

Business Education 
Singers; Wesley. 

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FRANK TUCKER Jackson 

jO ANNE TUCKER Jackson 

Economics 
Het;i Sigma Omicron — Treasurer. 

LARRY TYNES \\V1)1) 

M usic 

Omicron Dcltii Kapp;i; Sigma Lambda; Alpha Psi Omega; Band 

— Business Manager; Players; Singers. 

ERNESTINE UNDERBILL .... Memphis. Tenn. 

Elementar\' Education 

V.\\'.C..\. — Nice President; Pla\ers; Singers; Women's Council; 

Majorette Club; Panhellenic Council; Phi Mu — President. 

MEHEARG \'OLZ Jackson 

Ps\cholog\ 
Psi Delta ' Chi— Secretar\. 

SUMMER WALTERS Jackson 

English 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Eta Sigma Phi — Vice President; Bob- 

ashela; Stylu.s — Business Manager; Band; Ministerial League; 

Players; Singers — Tour; Kappa Alpha — Treasurer. 







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GLENN WIMBISH Sanford. Florida 

Mathematics 
Singers; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

ROY WOLFE Meridan 

Histiiry 
Football; Intramurals. 

MARTHA ANN WOLFORD Columbus 

Sociology 
Singers— Tour; Wesley; Y.W.C.A.; Players; Phi Mu. 

MARILYN WOOD Tupelo 

Elementary Education 
Education Assistant; Bobashela; Singers; Players; Beauty; Favo- 
rite; Kappa Alpha Rose; Panhellenic Council; Kappa Delta — 
President. 






RAYFORD WOODRICK Meridian 

Religion 
Football; Ministerial League — Secretary. 

JUANITA WRIGHT Verona 

ReUgion 
Plii Gamma Nu; Vikings — Vice President. 

MARK YERGER Jackson 

Economics 
Kappa Alpha. 

HELEN YOUNG Tchula 

Biology 
^'ikings. 



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AINSW OKTU, BOB Jackson 

ALEXANDER, TED Jackson 

ALSTON, ALEX Hollanda]e 

ANDEKSOX, JOAN Woodvilk- 

BALLARD, GREG Colunibus 

BALLARD, THOMAS West Point 

BAXTER, JOHN Marion 

BLOUNT, DICK L Jackson 

BOWER, JANICE Vicksburg 

BOWIE, BARBARA ANN Holly Bluff 

BRAATEN, KAISA Laurel 

CALLOWAY, ALBERT Jackson 

COLEMAN, ADEN Greenwood 

COPELAND, CECIL Jackson 

CORA. SPIRO Lexington 

CUMBEST, DOLORES Pascagoula 

DALTON, ALVA Corinth 

DEASON, BETTY JO Vaughan 

DEES. GEORGE Philadelphia 

DILLARD, ANN Itta Bena 

DRYSDALE, JOHN Hattiesburg 

EAKIN, BETTY Thornton 

ELLIOTT, SYLNIA Tylertown 

K\ANS, BE\ERLY Brookluiven 

i:\ERRITT, JAMES "SONNY" I'r.ntiss 

EVERITT, VIRGINIA Indianola 

EWING. MARGARET Cleveland 

EWING, LUCY Jackson 

FANNING, TOMMY Hickory 

FLINT, ROSEMARY Jackson 

FORD, JONAH Magnolia 

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FOREMAN, ANNE Jackson 

GAMMILL, STEWART, III Jackson 

GIBBS, JO ANNE Tulsa, Okla. 

GILL, MABEL Tunica 

GILMER, DARBY Long Beach 

GRAHAM, BILLY Macon 

GRIFFIS, JIMMY Yazoo City 

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM Jackson 

GRISHAM, ROY Cleveland 

GUIN, MARY Columbus 

HAMBLIN, BEVERLY Jackson 

HAMRICK, RAY Clinton 

HARPOLE, CAROLYN Jackson 

HARRIS, JEFF Corinth 

HOLLADAY, CURTIS Newton 

HOOD, JAMES Lambert 

HORNE, BETTY Jackson 

HUFFMAN, ROBERT Pelahatchie 

HYMAN, LEA Jackson 

JABOUR, FRED Rolling Fork 

JEFFREY, BLYTHE Greenville 

JETER, MARVIN West Point 

JOHNSTON, DENNIS Shannon 

JONES, HOWARD Jackson 

JONES, SARAH Nashville, Tenn. 

KING, EDDIE Vicksburg 

KING, MARJORIE Grenada 

LAY, DOUGLAS Jackson 

LEE, YOUNG Pyong Yang, Korea 

LEGGETT, THAD MagnoUa 

LEHMANN, JANE Canton 

LOWRY, KATIE Winona 

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MaclJOXALlJ, BILL Cl.icago llfiglits. 111, 

McCAHTV. JIM Jackson 

NkCOHKLE, MAHGAKET Pickens 

McMl'LLEX, SHIRLEY Decatur 

\K \A1K, rOM Jackson 

MILLKH, MAY Laurel 

MITJLLLIOTOX, NINA Jackson 

MONTGOMERY, MARY FRANCES Laurd 

MONTGOMERY, RAY Canton 

XALL, JOYCE Jackson 

NASH, DOT Jackson 

NATION, EDGAR Jackson 

NAYLOR, TOMMY Jackson 

NEWELL, JIMMY Meridian 

ONEIL. JAMES Meridian 

OSWALT, CHARLOTTE Ackerman 

OWEN, BENNY Senatobia 

PACE, HAHHELL Newton 

PEPPER, DICK Jackson 

PERRY, PEGGY Louin 

POOLE, JAMES t;l,)stn 

PRESLEY. LILLIAN Natciie? 

RASOR. ELEANOR Ocean Springs 

RATCLIFF, JEANETTE Vickshur« 

UEID, BETTY ANNE Jackson 

RHYMES, BILL Jack.son 

ROBERTS, MARY NELL Onward 

ROTEN, SHELBY JEAN Poplarvill.- 

HLSH, JULIAN Meridian 

Rl'SinXG, CLIFF Cleveland 

SCOTT, KERMIT Leiand 

SCREWS, RAY ||„llv Blull 



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1958 



SHARP, JOHNNY Bolivar, Tenii. 

SIMS, JAMES Rome, Ga. 

SMITH, DON Decatur 

SMITH. MARY RUTH Vicksburg 

SOJOURNER, PARKER Crystal Springs 

STANTON, SANDRA Leland 

STONE, JOHN Jackson 

TATUM, SIBYL , . Jackson 

TAYLOR, JACK Chase, Kan. 

THOMPSON, ROGER Kosciusko 

TOMLINSON. SAM Jackson 

TONKEL, KEITH Clermont, Fla. 

TRAPP, BETTY GAIL Tupelo 

TRAVIS, JANE Magnolia 

TRULUCK, HAZEL Port Gibson 

TULLOS. BOBBY Louisville 

VANCE, CY Itta Bona 

WADSWORTH, GLENDA Jackson 

WAITS. JIM Hattiesburg 

WALLACE. GATHA Independence 

WALLACE, MYRNA FLO Coldwater 

WARD, HERBERT Jackson 

WARREN, PATRICIA Prentiss 

WELCH, CHARLENE Jackson 

WHITAKER, CLYDE Batesville 

WILKINS, WILLETT Yazoo Citv 

WILLETS, THOMAS Clinton 

WILLIAMS, EDDIE Belzoni 

WILLIAMS, PAUL Brookhaven 

WIMBERLY, JOHN Jackson 

WIXON, EDNA Crugar 

YOUNG, SUSAN Greenwood 



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ABXEY. BOB B;.v Springs 

ADAMS, DOT ' Jackson 

ADCOCK, JEANIXE Jackson 

ALLEX, CAHOLYN Magnolia 

ALLEX, I'HAXK Jackson 

AHMSTHOXG, lOE B Cofeevillc 

BALCOHD. BILL Jackson 

BARKSDALE. I'AXSY Jackson 

BAHXES, IlELEX D Jackson 

BAHIXEAU, DICK lackson 

BAYLISS. SAHAII HulevilU- 

BEASLEY. BILL Jackson 

BECKES. JILIA AXNE Jackson 

BELK. FRED Hollv Springs 

BLACK, ROXALD Morton 

BLACK, SARA JAXICE Jackson 

BOYETT, DANID Pensacola, Fla. 

BRADLEY, PATTI Memphis, Ttnn. 

BRELAXD, GWIX Greenville 

liHEXKE, lOAXX Jackson 

BREWER. CHARLES Waynesboro 

BROOKS. ANNE Jackson 

BROUX. CAROL lackson 

BRYAX, ERAXCES West Point 

BERBETTE. GEXE Jackson 

BYRD, BARBARA Jackson 

RYRD, BETIIAXY Jackson 

C:AM1'BELL. JAXE Jackson 

CAMPBELL, DOUG Bolton 

CARLSOX, DA\ID Liunberton 

CARRITII, LIXDA McConiB 

CARTER, WTL'IOX Pa.scagonla 

CASEY. DOROlin West Point 

CAVETT, W()()i:)S Jackson 

CAUSEY. LACY Magnolia 

CLARK. ELIZABETH Monnt Olive 

CLE\ELAXD. BETTY JANE . Jackso.i 

COLLINS, KRAXK Learned 

COLLl'MS, KAY Tupelo 

COXERLY. BRIXSOX Jackson 

COOK. ELI/.ABETI I Jackson 

COW AR I , JOSEPH Luccdale 



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CULLEY, DUDLEY Jnckson 

DAMARE, ANN Jackson 

DEMENT, SALLIE ANNE Meridian 

DIXON, ELLEN Vaiighan 

DORIZAS, COLLIOPE Jackson 

DORNBUSCH, JANE Vicksbuig 

DOWLING, FRED Jackson 

EPTING, FRANZ Forest 

ESPANA, JOSE Santa Ana, El Salvador 

FARMER. LEO McComb 

FARRAR, KAY Jackson 

FERGUSON, CHARLES Jackson 

FINCHER, TERRY Greenwood 

FORD, BETTY BELL Taylorsville 

FOSTER, ANN Jackson 

FORTENBERRY, LLOYD Columbia 

FURR, FRANCES Jackson 

GADDY, CAROLYN Flora 

GARST, LYNETTE Greenwood 

GARRISON, BETTY Jackson 

GEBHART, GAYLE Meridian 

GTLLIS. HELEN Fayette 

GRAY, JULIA Jackson 

GREENER. NICK Jackson 

GRIMES, MARLIN Greenwood 

HALBERT. GLORIA Caledonia 

HALBERT. INGE MOBLEY Caledonia 

HALL. RUTH ANN Capleville, Tenn. 

HARDIN, BILL Jackson 

HARDER. DON Jackson 

HATHORN. STAN Louisville 

HAYES, HELEN Canton 

HINDS. JOE Vicksburg 

HODGE ARTHUR WILEY Lansing. Michigan 
HOUSTON, R. M Philadelphia 

HUDDLESTON. DOT Jackson 

INGRAM. JAMES Jackson 

TACK. HOPE CAROLE Laurel 

lEANES. WILLIAM Jackson 

JOHNSON, BILL Jackson 

KERR, BILLY Greenwood 

LAMBERT, JOE Natchez 

LAMPTON, T. D Tylertown 

LAND, RUTH Jackson 

LANCE, J. B Jackson 



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LAHCIIE. BECKY Jackson 

LAWRENCE. PAT Sumner 

LISLE. DON Greenwood 

LITTLETON, HENRIETTA Iverness 

LONG. J. H HazeUuirst 

LOHD, LEWIS Natchez 

LON'ETT, BUDDY Morton 

NkDOL'GAL. BARBARA Winona 

.McINTOSH, ELISE Collins 

.\kINTYRE, E. S Jackson 

.\kIN\ALE, JANE Laurel 

McKELL. BILL Jackson 

NkLEOD, ANN Jackson 

NkyiEEN, JAMES Natchez 

MADOLE, WINONA Greendwood 

MANNING, PAL.MER Jackson 

MILLER. BETTY Jackson 

MILLER. J. H Jackson 

.MILLER, SCOTT Jackson 

MIZELLE, JERRY Natchez 

\l()\t;KlEK. BAILEY Brookhaven 

MOSBY. BILL Meridian 

Ml LLINS, BILL .Macon 

ML N.SON. LYNDA Mendenhall 

MURPHREE, F. A Shannon 

NEY.MAN, NANCY Greenville 

NOBLE. LINDA Jackson 

NOBLLN, WILL Jackson 

OBRIEN. JIM Jackson 

PARKS. KENNETH Sledge 

PlIYFER. J. A. Jackson 

PIPER. GAY Macon 

I'LEASANTS, MARY FRANCES Macon 

POOL, lACK Natchez 

PORIEH. ANN Fayette 

PORTER, JOE Jackson 

POITER. JOHN Jack-son 

POTTS. BOBBIE JEAN Olive Branch 

PRICE, MARY CHARLES Jackson 

HAINEY. BILLY Macon 

HATCLIFF. S.MILEY laekson 

HEKO. NANCY laekson 

BOBBINS. P.\TTY JEAN Jackson 

ROBERTS. SAM Lihe^t^ 

ROBINSON. STIART Jaek.son 

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RUSH, JAMES Lake 

SCARBROUGH, BRYAN Vardaman 

SCOTT. SAM Sledge 

SCOTT, WAYNE Jackson 

SHAPLEY, ETHYL Dallas, Tex. 

SHERROD, MARY Jackson 

SLEDGE, HOMER Cleveland 

SMITH, CLARA Natchez 

SMITH, JAMES Gloster 

SMITH, MARILYN Jackson 

SMITH, PERRIN Jackson 

SMITH, SUANNA El Dorado, Ark. 

SMOTHERS, GENE Jackson 

STANFORD, MARVIN Jackson 

STARNES, LILLIAN Utica 

STEPHENSON, ROBERT Crystal Springs 

STOKER, SHIRLEY Grenada 

SWARTZFAGER, RAYMOND Laurel 

TAYLOR, ANNIE Ocean Springs 

THOMAS, JOHN ED , Woodville 

THORNE, HELEN Hollv Springs 

TIDWELL, HUGH Jackson 

TISDALE, OPHELIA Jackson 

TOLER, JOE Jackson 

TULL, BILL Jackson 

WALKER, BILLY Jackson 

WALKER, LAURENE Greenwood 

WALLACE, RAIFORD Independence 

WALTERS, PAUL Jackson 

WARE, CLIFTON Jackson 

WATSON, CAROLINE Jackson 

WEBB, BETTY Jackson 

WEEDY, JAMES Magnolia 

WEEMS, BOB Jackson 

WELSH, TOM Vicksburg 

WHALEY, EDDIE Tupelo 

WHEELESS, SUSAN Jackson 

WILLIAMS, DON Bogalusa, La. 

WILLIAMS, JON ED McComb 

WILLOUGHBY, RONALD Columbia 

WINSTEAD, HENRY Burns 

WOODWARD, SUE Louisville 

WOODRUFF, JANE Jackson 

WYNN, PAT Goodman 

YOUNGER, BEN Winona 



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ABK Al I AM. ROBERT \'icksburg 

ALLEN. Rl'BV JEWEL Grenada 

ALLEN. SHERRILL Jackson 

ALLREO. CECIL liazeUuirst 

ALDRIDCE. NL\RY EAYE Greinwood 

ANDERSON. LINDA New Albany 

ARBOGAST. BEVERLY Cleveland 

ARMSTRONG. RALPH Coffeevilk- 

Al'RBAKKEN, ELSE MARIE Hartford, Conn. 

AYEHS. KAY Biloxi 

BARINEAU, NANCY Jackson 

BARTLING, BETTY Jackson 

BATES, MARILYN Jackson 

BEENEBS. JEANETTE Union 

BETIIUNE, LEE Jackson 

BINEOHD, TOM Meridian 

BOOKIIAHT, VmC:iNIA ALICE Jackson 

liOSW ELL. BILL Cleveland 

BOYD, NANCY Jackson 

BHACKETT. CHARLES Jackson 

BRADFORD. DOLLY PACE Jackson 

B HEWER, DAN ICE Greenwood 

BUOCATO. MAHCIA ANN Jackson 

liBOCK. GARDNER Jackson 

BROW N. CAROLYN Bate.svillc 

BHINSON, MALESE Meridian 

BIBKE, ANN Jackson 

BlUklTT. CHARLOriE Memphis 

BL KNETTE, BOB Bay Springs 

BL RNETTE, JOE Bay Springs 

BUTLER. EDWIN M., IB Natchez 

BUTLER. THOMAS A. Luniberton 

CAMPBELL. JUDY \\'est Point 

CAHCiILL, DOT Jackson 

CARLSON. C.-VTHY Luniberton 

CAHRAWAY. WALLACE Bassfield 

CARRUTH, EDWIN R McConib 

CATER. SUE \\'est Point 

CAl'Cai.MAN. .MABY CAROL Laurel 

CLARK, \TC Jackson 

CLOUD. ANN Vick.sburg 

C;OLE. CELIA Pace 

COLE. HUNTER Laurel 



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COMBS, SARAH Inverness 

COOKE, STAN Jackson 

COSTAS, PETER Jackson 

COULTER, LILLIAN West Monroe, La. 

COX, MARY GRACE Ripley 

CREWS, JANICE Jackson 

DACUS, PATRICIA Memphis, Tcnn. 

DAVIS, ALBERT Jackson 

DAY, JAMES Collins 

DEHART, ANNE E Taylorsvillc 

DETERLY. DAVID Natchez 

DEWEESE, NONA Philadelphia 

DRIBBEX, BETTY Greenwood 

EDWARDS, CAROLYN Banner 

EDWARDS, GAIL Lyon 

ELLIS, JANE Florence 

ERWIN, GAYLE Greenwood 

ETHERIDGE, SHIRLEY Crosby 

FELKER, HENRY Columbia 

FELSHER, MYRA Beaumont, Texas 

FINLEY, JIM Finley, Tenn. 

h'ORTEN BERRY, JAMES Columbia 

FRAZIER, JOAN Louisville 

FROST, EDWIN Memphis, Tenn. 

FROST, GRACE Natchez 

FULLER, WILLIAM Jackson 

FURNESS, BETTY Raymond 

GAMMILL, SAM Jackson 

GATEWOOD, JOHN SHARP Mt. Olive 

GIFFIN, JACKIE Louisville 

GILLILAND, PAT Jackson 

GODBOLD, EVELYN Grenada 

GOODWIN, JO ANN Taylorsvillc 

GRIFFIN, DOT Jackson 

HALE, ANN Sanatorium 

HARLAN, REGINA Jackson 

HARTLEY, MARY Pascagoula 

HARWELL, GWEN New Albany 

HATCHELL, BUDDY Columbia 

HEMPHILL, LYDIA SUE Gore Springs 

HERNDON, JAMES E Pascagoula 

HENSLEY, BARBARA Natchez 

HENSON, CHARLES Meridian 

HILTON, CHARLES Jackson 

HINDS, BATES Tupelo 

HOLLOMAN, CARSON Batesville 

HORLOCK, WILLIAM Philadelphia 

HOWARD, MARTIN Baldwyn 

HUDSON, BARBARA Batesville 

HUGGINS, SANDRA Waynesboro 

HUMPHRIES, JAMES L Jackson 

HURST, FLORA Jackson 

IVY, BOBBIE JEAN Jackson 

JENKINS, CAROL JO Prairie Point 

JENNINGS, CHARLES Kosciusko 



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CLASS OF 



lOIINSON, cniAHLES Nc-w Allwnv 

lOIIXSON. ROBERT ROY Hilliard, Fla. 

lOIIXSTOX, BRENT Jackson 

lORDAX, JIMMV Laiiul 

JIMFER, BE\'ERLY Bcm.it 

KENNEY, JOHN Jackson 

KLXTZ. ARTHUR Tupelo 

LAMPKIX, JOHX Baldwin 

LAMPKIX, WILLIAM Baldwin 

1,A\\REXCE. DA\TI) Colnml.nv 

LEWIS. DAWN Itta Etna 

LEW IS. DOX Drew 

LIXCLE. MAHIELLA Crystal Springs 

L()C:KEV. CAROL Jackson 

LOTT. MARY CYLNN Kilmichael 

LONE. KI.MBLE Itta Bena 

LLCKETT, MARY SEMMES Jackson 

LlXDQl-'IST. JEAXETTE Jackson 

LYTLE. SHIRLEY Brooklyn en 

.\L\RTIX. BILL Philadelphia 

MATHENY, NANCY Fayette 

MAY. CAROLYN Jackson 

MERRELL, MARGARET ANN Jackson 

.MILWEE, RICHARD Fort Worth, Te.xas 

MILHEARX. JOHX Natchez 

McCARLIE. XAXCY Las \egas, Nevada 

McCOOL. EDWTXA Greenwood 

McDADE. ELMA JAXE Jackson 

McGILL. MARY TATE Riplev 

McKELLER. WALTER Meridian 

McKXIGHT, BILL Jack.son 

McXAIR. D.WID Jackson 

McSHAXE. EDXA Greenwood 

OAKS. JAMES Tishomingo 

OLDHA.M. BETTY Jackson 

OLMSTEAD, PAM Greenwood 

I'AIXE, CAHOLYX Jackson 

PAHADIS. HOSE .\L\RIE Richmond, \'a. 

PARKER, LARRY Jackson 

PA TERSOX. DOX Leland 

PENNINGTON. 1. CAROL Colunihia 

PERRY, VIRGIXiA Memphis, Tenn. 

PILLOW, Ll'CILE Greenwood 

PRESCOTT, NELDA Kenner, La. 

PHIXCE, KEXT Newton 

KAGSDALE, NL\RY RUSSELL Mcmpliis. Tenn. 
UATLIFF, JACK Jackson 

RAY, BOBB'i Jackson 

READ. ROBERT Panldinu 

HKDHEAD, XOHDV Centrevill.- 

REED, .\IA TTELYX Eupora 

HEEN'ES, MARTIX Jackson 

HEID, MARY LYNELL Lexington 

RISHER. WILLIAM Jacks.m 



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HODGERS, GLORIA Jackson 

RUDY, KIERAN Jackson 

RUEFF, CHARLES McComli 

RUSH, JOHN Lakr 

RUSSELL, GERALD Jackson 

SANDERS, SUE Colnnil)ia 

SANDERSON, WILMA Laurel 

SEMMES, MARY FRANCES Meridian 

SHEAFFER, KATHRYN Tupelo 

SHARP, MARLA JO New Hebron 

TUCKER, JO ANNE Jackson 

SHELTON, ERNEST Jackson 

SHERMAN. WAYNE Vicksburg 

SHERROD, ROBERT Jackson 

SHIPP. DOROTHY Natchez 

SMITH, BESSIE Inverness 

SMITH, ROGER Satartia 

SMITH, RUSSELL Jackson 

SPRADLING, KAY Burlington. Wis. 

SPELL. SUE Georgetown 

SPRINGER, MIKE Jackson 

STOCKS, PETER Jackson 

STONE, MARLER Jackson 

STRICKLAND, ROSE Rolling Fork 

STRINGER, MARY LOU Taylorsville 

STRONG, DAVID Crosbv 

TAYLOR, REBECCA Starkvill'e 

THOMPSON, ALETHA Jackson 

TODD, GWEN Laurel 

TOMLIN, DURAND Vicksburg 

TRIPLETT. OLIVER Forest 

TUCKER. ALDINE Magnolia 

TURNER, REBECCA ANN Houlka 

WALKER, ALLAN Jackson 

WALKER, VIRGINIA McComb 

WARD, RONNY Louisville 

WARE, CHARLES Jackson 

WATSON, SANDRA Columbia 

WAY, LAVENIA Georgetown 

WEAVER, DAVID Ackernian 

WEAVER, LEON Natchez 

WEEMS, LINDA Laurel 

WENGER, FAYE Grenada 

WESLEY, HILDA Columbia 

WHITE. MARY ALICE Jackson 

WARREN, WILKINS Hollv Springs 

WILLIAMS, SYLVIA Tupelo 

WILLIAMSON, DON Meridian 

WILSON, MISSY Columbia 

WOODALL, MARGARET Coffeeville 

WRIGHT, CHARLES Centerville 

YARBROUGH, MARGARET Indianola 

YOUNG, EILEEN Tchula 

YOUNG, PAUL Tupelo 



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THE ACTIVITIES 




PUBLICATIONS 



DRAMATICS 



MUSIC 



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STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD 



OFFICERS 

SAM JONES President 

GRAHAM HALES N'ice President 

NANCY PEACOCK JONES Secretary 

UOBERT MIMS Treasurer 




Mims, Jones, Jones, Holes. 




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SEATED: Montgomery, Lane, McLeod, Duperier, Jones, Sharp, Piper, Sojourner, Dribben, Stornes 
Mullins, McRoney, Sylvester, Sfathom. 



MEMBERS 



GAY PIPER Phi Mu 

jEANETTE SYLVESTER Vikings 

BETTY DRIBBEN Kappa Delta 

LILLIAN STARNES Chi Omega 

MARGARET McCORKLE .... Beta Sigma Omicron 

CAROL LANE Founder.s. Park House 

GWEN McRANEY Whitworth. Sanders 

RAY WESSON Burton, Woolard 

JAMES HOOD Galloway, Adelle 

JOHNNY SHARP Married Students, N-Z 



HUGH JOHNSTON Pi Kappa Alpha 

DALE BEARD Married Students. A-M 

ALLEN JONES South Jackson 

PARKER SOJOURNER Lambda Chi Alpha 

BILLY MULLINS Kappa Alpha 

ALFRED STATHAM Kappa Sigma 

ANN McLEOD West Jackson 

HARRIS EATON Norsemen 

RAY MONTGOMERY Commuters 

DUBBIE DUPERIOR North Jackson 



The United Nations has its Assembly . 
And Millsaps has its S. E. B. 



The President has his Cabinet . 



The Student Executive Board of Millsaps College is 
the student governing body. 1957 marks the advent of a 
new representation system for S. E. B. The four officers 
of S. E. B. were elected by the student body. Each social 
organization, dormitory, and independent group has a 
representative on S. E. B. 



With its representati\e membership, the S. E. B. con- 
trols all matters which are delegated to the student bod\ 
by the administration, and sets the policy for all student 
body activities in order that they mav be conducted for 
the best interests of the student body as a whole, and to 
the credit of the college. 



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OFFICERS 

EUGENIA KELLY 
President 

CAROLYN ALLEN 
Vice President 

FAT CHUNN 

Secretary 

i-:d\a wixon 

Treasurer 



SEATED: Pot;s, Wixon, Kelly, Chunn, Allen, Edwards 
Mclheny, Lamb, Underhill, Trapp. 



STANDING: Li'lleton, Etheridge, Jones, Ayers, 



WOMEN'S COUNCIL 



Tlie Millsaps Women's Council governs the conduct of the co-eds. The 
L^ouncil makes and enforces the rules. Its membership is composed of repre- 
^entati\ es from each of the sororities and the monitors of each of the dormitories. 



STYLUS 



STYLL^S is the literary publication of Millsaps College. It is published 
bi-annuall\', and contains the poems, short-stories, and essays of the students. 
The selections appearing in the STYLUS are selected b\ the staff. 



SEATED: Parker, Stone, Crawford, Walters, MoreSeod . . . STANDING: White, Hardin. 



IOHn stone 

Editor 

NANCY CRAWFORD 
SUMMER WALTERS 

Associate Editor 

MISS MOREHEAD 
MISS PARKER 
DR. WHITE 
PROF. HARDIN 

FacultN- ,\d\isors 



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FIRST ROW: Cunningham, Pullen, Peacock, Kelly, Allen, Santord, Riley, Starnes. . . SECOND ROW: Hales, Jones, Mims, Cheney, Boyd, Hudson, Stone, Stothir 



WHO'S WHO 



AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



Each year, the faculty picks members of the student 
body for membership into "Who's Who Among Students 
In American Universities and Colleges." These students 
are picked on the basis of their outstanding contributions 



and achievements in all phases of student activities. 
These students represent Millsaps in the national "Who's 
Who" directory. 



Carolyn Allen 
Alton Boyd 
Reynolds Cheney 
Rose Cunningham 
Graham Hales 
Brooks Hudson 



MEMBERS 

Sam Jones Martina Riley 

Nancy Peacock Jones Alice Starnes 
Eugenia Kelh' Alfred Statham 

Robert Mims John Stone 

Jeanette Pullen Peggy Sanford 



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Othello 



The Browning Version 



THE MiLLSAPS PLAYERS 



'Ihc Fla\i'is, Millsaps Dramatic uroup, lias bocoiiio 
OIK' of tlie nation's outstanding college drainatic groups. 
Lance Goss, The Pia\ers consistently pro- 



Headed b\' 

duce first rate p]a>s, and hrint 

puhlicit\ to tlie collegi'. 



favorable attention and 



Tliis \ear, The Pla\i'rs produced Shakespeare's 
OTHELLO. Rogers and' Ilanimerstein's SOUTH F.\- 



CIFIC:. and Turner Cassit>'s THE LWEirfED YE.-XH. 
Tlie Players, in conjunction witii Alpha Psi Omega, pro- 
duce the Players Workshop which consists of three one 
act pla>s directed b)- members of the student Ixxh . The 
highlight of the 1956-57 season was the production of 
SOUTH P.\CIFIC, With ouh three weeks to rehearse. 
The Pla\ers were able to stage SOUTH P.\CIFIC, and 
break all prexious Pla\' attendance records. 




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OFFICERS 

SHIRLEY BROWN 

President 

15YRD IIILLMAN 

Vice President 

JOHNNIE SWINDULL 
Secretary 



SEATED: Willoughby, Swindull, Tonkel, Holl, Brown, Braaten, King . . , STANDING; Franks, Blount, Boyd. 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



Alpha Psi Omega is a National Honorary Fraternity 
recognizing ability, perserverance, and participation in 
all fields of Dramatics. This includes stage crew, make- 
up, lights, publicity, costumes, and acting. 



Working hanil in hand with Lance Goss and The 
Millsaps Players, Alpha Psi Omega presents three plays 
annually and sponsors the student directed One Act Play 
Tournament. 




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HAL MILLER, JR. 
Editor 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

OSCAR DOW'DLE Associate Ed 

XENA DOIHO.X \ssociate Ed 

lULIA.X RUSH Class Ed 

LILLIAN STARNES Assistant Class Ed 

PEGGY PERRY \cti\ities Ed 

ELWYX ADDKIXSOX Features Ed 

EDDIE WILLIAMS Sports Ed 

BILLY KERR Photograpln Ed 

LACY FRAISER \rt Ed 



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Staff Members 

WILLIAM jEANES 
lEANETTE RATCLIFF 
DOT HUDDLESTON 
SUSAN YOUXG 
MATTELYN REED 
SANDRA MILLER 
LAURENE WALKER 



Photographers 

BILLY KERR 
NITA PERRY 
LACY FRAISER 
ALTON BOYD 



THE 1957 



Cira\' hairs, rexisetl la\outs, trips to .\lai)ania, and 
hard work on tlic part of the staff is what produced the 
1957 Bohasliela. Pegg\' Perr>' and her notebook, and 
Billy Kerr and his camera were familiar sights around 
the cam]ius. jnlian Rush and Ins nexcr ending Senior 



writeups, and Eddie \\'illiams and his cop\ were familiar 
sights in the office. An office covered with copy paper, 
cigarettes, and coffee cups was our working area. This 
is the editorial stor\' of The 1957 Bobashela. 



THE 1957 EDITORIAL STAFF 

Addkison, Young, N. Perry, Stornes, Williams, Dowdle, Frasier, H, Miller, Jeanes, Doiron, 
Rush, Huddleston, P. Perry, Ratcliff, Reed, S. Miller. 



THE EDITORS 

FRONT ROW: Perry, Dowdle, Doiron 
ROW: Kerr, Williams, Rush. 



SECOND 





BUSINESS STAFF 

BILLY GRAHAM Achertising Manauer 

BILLY MULLENS Individual Pictures Editor 

LARRY PARKER Fraternitv Pictures Mauagei 

MARILYN WOOD Sororit\' Pictures Mauager 

CLYDE WHITAKER . Meu's Dormitorv Pictures Manager 
BARBARA THOMAS . Girls' Dormitory Pictures Manager 

Staff: 

BILL McKELL [EANETTE LUNDQUIST 

|OE BURNETTE COLLEEN THOVIPSON 

CAROLYN HARPOLE JANYCE CREWS 

BETTY GAIL TRAPP SARAH lONES 

NANCY REED ROBERT ABRAHAM 
BETTY DRIBBEN 



BOBASHELA 




GRAHAM HALES, JR. 
Business Manager 



The Business Staff began the year h\ setting a new record for the number 
of student pictures taken. The year was higlihghed by Graliam Hales' excellent 
job of obtaining operating funds from the S. E. B., and tlie record smashing 
sales of ads bv the alert business staff. 



THE 1957 BUSINESS STAFF 

SEATED: Graham, Hales, Mullins . . . STANDING: Reed, Dribben, Sheaffer, McKell, Parker, 
Jones, Lundquist, Thomas. 



SALESMEN 

McKell, Mullins, Hales, Parker, Graham, 










ALTON BOYD 
Editor 



SEATED: Grishom, Boyd, S. Miller, Bayliss, Gammill, Bower . . . STANDING: Hudson, Bookhort, 
Patterson, Jeones, Byrd, Shopley, Bates, B. Miller, Luckett, Coker, Statham. 



Tlie Piiiplf and White is the offieial student Newspaper. Participation is 
on a \ohintar\' basis, and the Pnrple and W'liite serves as a laboratory' and a 
means of gaining \alnalile experience for those interested in all phases of journal- 
ism. Alton Boyd and Bobb\' Smith directed the acti\ities of The Purple and 
White for the Spring semester of 1956, and the Fall semester of 1956-57. 



THE PURPLE 



BOBBY SMITH 
Business Manager 



THE 1957 BUSINESS STAFF 

SEATED: Blount, Smith, Causey . . . STANDING: Porter, Cook, Fraiser, Wheeless. 





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STEWART GAMMILL, III 
Editor 




SEATED: B. Miller, Gammill, Nail . . . STANDING: Bower, Shapley, Young, Lord, Jeones, 
Causey, Reed, Miller S., Bates, Bookhart. 

THE 1957 EDITORIAL STAFF 



AND WHITE 



Stewart Gammill, III, and Dick Blount were selected to head The Purple 
and White for the Spring semester of 1957, and the Fall semester of 1957-58. 
The Purple and White covered campus, local, and national news. The Spring 
semester was highlighted by increased student interest and participation on 
the Purple and White. 



DICK BLOUNT 
Business Manager 



SEATED: Blount, Hardin 
Bradley. 



THE 1956 BUSINESS STAFF 

STANDING: Jennings, Adcock, Finley, Ewing, Noblin, Johnston, 









THE MILLSAPS SINGERS 



TOUR CHOIR MEMBERS 



JcaiiiiK' Adcock 
Dannie Anderson 
Joan Anderson 
M\na I5ain 
John Baxter 
Nancy Boyd 
Cwin l^reland 
Malesi' Brnnson 
I5etlian\ Bxid 
Klizaheth Ann Clark 
Brinson Conerly 
Kiioch Dangerfield 
Sallie Ann Dement 
Ellen Dixon 
Mar\ jo Kdwards 
Marnaret Kwiny 



Ann Foster 
Bett\' Garrison 
E\elyii C.odliold 
Cara IJovd Hemphill 
Blythe Jeffrey 
Eugenia KelK' 
I'aiil Kern 
Eddie King 
Bill Eampkin 
Young Lee 
Albert Lovett 
Jeanette Lundquist 
James McCormick 
Margaret Ann Merrelj 
Sandra Miller 
I'dnia lane McDade 



Bettv Miller 
Billy Mullins 
Joyce Nail 
Be'ttye Oldham 
James Oaki's 
Carolyn Paini' 
Gay Piper 
John Potter 
Luc\' Price 
Marv Charles Priei 
Billy Rainey 
Jeanette Ratcliff 
Nancy Rogers 
Julian Rush 
Peggy Sanh)rd 
\\'a\ ne Siierman 



Robert L. Smith 
Marler Stone 
Mar\- IjOu Stringer 
lohnnie Sullivan 
lohunie Marie SwinduU 
Colleen Thompson 
Betty Gail Trapp 
Don Triplett 
Bobb>- Tullos 
Clifton \\'are 
Tom Willets 
Jon Ed Williams 
Ronald Willoughby 
Gleeu Wimbish 
Margaret Yarbrough 



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Director 



MADRIGAL SINGERS 



The Millsaps Singers, directed by Holmes Ambrose, is the organization for 
(hose students interested in and proficient in singing. On Campus, The Singers 
provide the music for chapel period, and entertain the community with concerts. 

The Singers serve as the travelling public relations department for the 
College. Each year the Singers take their annual tour, and are heard, seen, 
and enjoyed by more people than any other campus organization. The tour 
net only provides the College with favorable publicity, but also serves as a 
reward for the students. 






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MILLSAPS BAND 




The Millsaps Band, under the direction of Sam Jones, 
turnislied the student body with excellent musical enter- 
tainment throuiihoiit the school year. PerFormin<j; at all 
home f(!othall games, the band boosted our school spirit, 
and provided entertaining half-time programs. Events 
looked forward to. and enjoyed by the college are the an- 
nual Christmas and Mid-Season Concerts given b\ tlu' 
band. 

The rapid growth and success of the band is due mainly 
to tlu' imtiring efforts and musical talents of Sam Jones. 
During the \ ear. .Millsaps ac(juired the services of a full 
time band director. Mr. Fred I'urser, and in the vears to 
come this organization should continue to grow and furnish 
excellent entertainment for the college communit\'. 



SAM JONES, JR. 
Director 



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MEMBERS 



Martina Riley 

John Stone 

Betty Diibben 

Edgar Nation 

Tom Willetts 

Patty Moran 

Buddy Lovett 

Bill Balgord 

jVIary Grace Cox 

Mary Carol Caughnian 



OFFICERS 

LARRY TYNES 
Business Manager 

R. W. VIcCARLEY 
Librarian 

TEX SAMPLE 
Properties 



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Mariella Lingle 
R. W. McCalley 
Howard Jones 
Jimmy Jordan 
Don Dickerson 
Eugene Mabry 
Oliver Triplett 
Rayford Woodrick 
Jimmy Humphries 
Bob Patterson 



Franz Epting 
Peggy Sanford 
Rose Marie Paradis 
Bessie Smith 
David Boyett 
Joe Lambert 
Wayne Scott 
Virginia Walker 
Linda Anderson 



Dannie Anderson 
Terry Brown 
Gardner Brock 
Tex Sample 
John Kenney 
Hugh Tidwell 
Larry Tynes 
Lucile Pillow 
Billv Fave Moore 








OFFICERS 

HOHERT MINIS 

Fri'sick'iit 

PAUL KERN 
\'ice President 

KEITH TONKEL 
Secretarv -Treasurer 



"^IRST ROW; Roll, Tonkel, Mims. Kern, Cunningham 
Stathom, Causey, Moreton. 



SECOND ROW: McWhiney, Finley, Drysdale, Boyd 



DEBATE CLUB 



The Debate Club is composed of students interested in forensics. This 
group along with Pi Kappa Delta forms the Millsaps Debate Team. 



WOMEN CHRISTIAN WORKERS 



WCW is an organization primarily for those girls interested in \ocations of 
a ri'ligious nature. W'CJW pro\ides a means for its members to participate :in 
ser\ice projects on and off the campus. 



SEATED: Casey, Wixon, King, Etheridge, Goodwin . 
Ryder, Ayres, Goodbold, Roberts, Eal<in, Aurbakken. 



STANDING: Allen, McMullon, Allen C, Kelly, Hall 



OFFICERS 

MILLICEXT KING 
President 

EDNA WIXON 
\'ice President 

\IRGINIA EVERITT 
Secretary 

DOROTHY CASEY 

Treasurer 

lO .\NN GOODWIN 
Publicity 

MRS. R. R. PRIDDY 
A(h isor 



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CABINET 

WALTER JEAN LAMB 
President 

BETTY GAIL TRAPP 
MITZI SHELTON 
N'ice Presidents 

iVIARTHA A. WOLFORD 
Secretary 

TENNIE UNDERHILL 
Treasurer 

BETH O'NEIL 
K. SHAFFER 
ELIZABETH COOK 
ANN COKER 
ETHYL CHAPLEY 
BETTY EAKIN 

Commission Chairmen 




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SEATED: Sheoffer, Trapp, Lamb, Underhill, Wolford . . . STANDING: Eakin, Coker. 



Y.W.C.A. CABINET 



The YWCA is an organization committed to Cliristian beliets and high 
standards. The "Y" meets l5i-moiithly and its commissions meet weekly. The 
"T" sponsors the student handbook, and the annual Faculty Waiter Night. 



MINISTERIAL LEAGUE 



The Ministerial League is open to all pre-ministerial students. It offers 
fellowship and spiritual value to its members. The Ministerial League has 
mission points in the city, and through the contact with these points, the mem- 
bers are able to help others, and also gain valuable experience for their careers 
in the ministr)'. 




OFFICERS 

JAMES VAUGHN 
President 

RAYFORD WOODRICK 
\'ice President 

JOHN ED THOMAS 
Treasurer 

AL DOYLE 
Secretary 

J. P. DRYSDALE 

Membership Chairman 



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OFFICERS 

JOHN STONE 
President 

GRAHAM HALES 
\'ice President 

MARTINA RILEY 
Secretary 

MILLICENT KING 
Treasurer 

DR. WROTEN 
Advisor 



Boackle, King, Hederi, Riley, Stone, Hales, Beckes, Lamb, Wraten, Sample. 



CHRISTIAN COUNCIL 



Tlu' C^liristian Council, which is composed of representatix es from the vari- 
ous religious groups on the campus, coordinates all the religious activities on 
the campus. Christian Council sponsors Religious Emphasis Week. 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



The Baptist Student Union is a campus organization composed of the 
Baptist college students. This organization ser\ es as the connecting link be- 
tween the church and the student. Through its \\eekl\' meetings, the B. S. U. 
attempts to encourage the spiritual growth of Baptist college students and 
to challenge them to better Christian li\ in". 



OFFICERS 

DICK BLOUNT 
President 

PARKER SOJOURNER 
First \'ice President 

ELYWN ADDKISON 
Second Vice President 

BETH BRANDON 
Third Nice President 

JEANETTE LUNDQUIST 
Secretarv 



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WESLEY FELLOWSHIP 



OFFICERS 

MARTINA RILEY President 

PAUL KERN Vice President 

BETTY GAIL TRAPP Secretary 

R. W. McCARLEY Treasurer 

DR. GEORGE MADDOX Faculty Ad^isor 



Wesley Fellowship is the campus organization for 
Methodist students and the campus unit of the Methodist 
Student Moyement. Wesley, as the students call it, is 
a workshop, a time for recreation, a place of worship, a 
session for instruction, and an opportunity for sharing 
and growth and service. 

One of the highlights of the >ear was the acquisition 



of the new Jackson Wesley Foundation House for meet- 
ings. Christmas was highlighted l)y the sponsoring of a 
campus-wide caroling party which went to the Methodist 
Children's Home and the Baptist Orphanage, and a 
project for the children at Bethlehem Center. At the 
State MSM conference in February, May Miller was 
elected to ser\e as Secretar\- of the State Council. 





Wesley House 



Christmas Project 



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OFFICERS 

HERBERT WARD 

Frc'sidiMit 
VIRGINIA BOOKHART 

X'ice President 
SAM TOMLIXSON 

\ ice President 
SHIRLEY HABEEB 

Secretar\' 

c:ecil copeland 

Treasurer 
JULIA BECKES 

(Hiristiaii Council 

Represi'iitati\ e 
r.EW ROBERT SAUL 

('haplain 
MISS SHIRLEY PARKER 

l"aciilt\ Ad\ isor 



SEATED; Ward, Bookhart, Habeeb, Tomlinson . . . STANDING: Kenney, Parker, Smith, Beckes, Rev. Soul. 



CANTERBURY CLUB 



"C^antcrhurx " is the ()ri;aiiizati()n for Episcopal college students. It is de- 
signed to maintain unit)' and promote fellowship and growth among those 
who are interested in the Episcopal Church. The members of "Canterburx" 
serve as Acolytes, Sunda\- School teachers, and Choir Members in the Jackson 
parishes. 



WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 



Westminster Eellowship is the organization for Presh\terian College stu- 
dents. Westminster meets \\'eekl\ for devotional periods. 

SEATED: Gorst, King, Foster, Stone, J., McCorkle, Miller . . . STANDING: Frozier, Walker, Luckett, Triplett, 
D., Compbell, Porker, White, Stone, M., Pillow, Long, Boyd, Triplett, O., Bartling. Woodword, Ratcliff. 



OFFICERS 

JOHN STONE 
President 

MARGARET McCORKLE 
\'ice President 

ANN FOSTER 
Vice President 

MILI.ICEXT KING 
Secretar\ -Treasurer 



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OFFICERS 

REYNOLDS CHENEY President 

SAM JONES \'ice President 

DR. ROSS MOORE Secretary 



FIRST ROW; McLeod, Ferguson, Carney, Tynes, Clienney, Welters, Boyd, Finger , - . SECOND ROW: Hudson, M., Jones, Holes, Woites, Hudson, B., Slone, 
Tonkel, Moore, Stotham, Woods. 



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MEMBERS 



Alton Boyd 
Henry Carney 
Craig Castle 
Reynolds Cheney 
Dr. J. S. Ferguson 
Dr. H. E. Finger 
Graham Hales 



Rrooks Hudson 
Dr. M. Hudson 
Sam Jones 
Jim McLeod 
Dr. R. H. Moore 
Alfred Statham 



John Stone 
Keith Tonkel 
Larr\' Tynes 
Jim Waits 
Summer Walters 
James W. Woods 



Omicroii Delta Kappa, Mens Leadership Honor So- 
ciety, is the highest award a male student can receiye 
at Millsaps College. ODK recognizes achieyement in 
these phases of college life; Scholarship, Athletics, Pub- 
lications, Religious ,\ffairs. Speech, Music, Dramatics, 
and Social Arts. 



Each Near, the Millsaps Chapter awards a tropin to 
the fraternity and sororit)' maintaining the highest 
scholarship ayerage. This year, ODK was instrumental 
in bringing Eta Sigma, a national scholarship honorar\', 

to our campus. 



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SIGMA LAMBDA 



OFFICERS 

NANCY PEACOCK JONES President 

BETTY GAIL TRAPP \'ice President 

BIGGIE WILKINS Secretary-Treasurer 

BARBARA SWANN Historian 



Sigma Lambda is a local Leadership Society for women 
students. It is the companion organization of Omicron 
Delta Kappa, and was founded by that organization. It 
represents the ultimate in achievement for women stu- 
dents, recognizing outstanding accomplishments in schol- 



arship, leadership, and campus activities. 

Each year Sigma Lambda sponsors The Variety Shoxs-, 
a student produced musical, which is enjo\ed by the 
entire student ])odv. 



MEMBERS 



Elizabetii Craig 
Rose Cunningham 
Nena Doiron 
Mrs. H. E. Finger, Jr. 
Nancy Peacock Jones 



Eugenia Kelly 
Mildred Morehead 
Jeanette Pullen 
Martina Riley 
Alice Starnes 



June Stellwagon 
Betty Gail Trapp 
Hazel Truluck 
Jeanette Wilkins 



FIRST ROW; Stellwagon, Wilkins, Trapp, Jones, Riley, Doiron, Cunningham, Starnes . . . SECOND ROW: Craig, Morehead, Finger, Kelly, Pullen, Truluck. 





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OFFICER 

HFYXOLDS CHENEY 
.Sfciftarx 



SEATED: Stone, McDoniels, Nicholson, Hudson 



STANDING: White, Cheney, Sample, Carney, Boyd, Hardin. 



KIT KAT 



Kit Kat is the oldest and most exclusive honorary on the Millsaps campus. 
It is composed of those male students who show outstanding interest and abilit>' 
in the field of creative writing, l^apers are read and criticized at montliK' 
dinner meetings. Members of Kit Kat are heavy contributors to .STYLUS, the 
campus literary magazine, and to The Southern Literary Festival. 



CHI DELTA 



Chi Delta, the sister organization of Kit Kat, is the women's creative writ- 
ing honorarv'. It recognizes outstanding achievement in all fields of creative 
writing, including journalism, and honors women students who have shown 
a genuine interest in literarv fields. Like Kit Kat, members of (!hi Delta 
are contributors to STYLUS and The Southern Literarv Festival. 



SEATED; Starnes, Kelly, Crawford, Brown, Miller 
Hemphill, Moreheod, Wadsworth, Hutchins, Dement. 



STANDING; Truluck, Shapley, Coleman, Peacock, 



OFFICERS 

NANCY CR.\\\ FOl^D 
President 

EUGENLA. KELLY 
\'ice President 

SHIRLEY BROWN 
Secretary -Treasmer 

MISS MOREHE.\D 
.MRS. CC)()DM.\N 
MISS l^XRKFR 

Fiicuitv .\(lv isors 



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Houston, Blount, Parker, Anderson, Wilietts, Eaton, Carlson. 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



OFFICERS 

DANNIE ANDERSON 
President 

TOM WILLETTS 
Vice President 

LARRY PARKER 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Alpha Phi Omega is the national service fraternity for men students and 
faculty who have formerly been connected with the World Brotherhood of 
Roy Scouting. 

Alpha Phi Omega sponsored the Book Exchange which pro\ided an in- 
expensive outlet for the sale and purchase of used textbooks. 



PSI DELTA CHI 



This group is composed of all students who are majoring in or are interested 
in Psychology. Honorary status may be acquired by those majoring in Psy- 
chology, having a B average in Psychology, and an overall 1.5 average. 



SEATED: Levanway, Hales, Swann, Sample, Volz, Boyd, McCrocken . . . STANDING: Garst, Adcock, 
Cleveland, Doiron, Jordan, Nail, Braoten: 



OFFICERS 

BARBARA SWANN 
President 

ALTON BOYD 
Vice President 

MARY MONTGOMERY 
Secretary-Treasurer 



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OFFICERS 

JUNE STELLWAGON 
President 

MARTHA ANN SMITH 
\'ice President 

WALTER JEAN I.AMH 
Secretary 

JUNE MARTIN 
Treasurer 

PROF. R. R. HAYNES 
MRS. R. R. HAYNES 
Advisors 



SEATED; Perry, Kelly, Lamb, Stellwagon, Martin, Smith, Brandon, Doiron 
Addkison, Edwards, Wixon, Goff, Rouse, Mrs. Haynes, Prof. Haynes, Starnes. 



STANDING: Moss, Eakin, 



KAPPA DELTA EPSILON 



Kappa Delta Epsilon is a protessional education sororit\ , which promotes 
the cause of education h\ fOsterintj high scholastic standing and professional 
ideals among those preparing for the teaching profession. Kappa Delta Epsilon 
is open to all women students who are at least second semester Sophomores 
with an overall average of 1.7, and a 2.0 in Education. 



PI KAPPA DELTA 



Pi Kappa Delta, the most exclusive honorar\ on the .Millsaps campus, is 
composed of students who have excelled in Debate and Speech acti\ities. Each 
year the chapter sponsors the Millsaps Debate Tournament, which is considered 
one of the finest Debate Tournaments in the South. 



Sfathom, Mims, Cunningham, Boyd, Kern, Tonkel. 



OFFICERS 

ALTON BOYD 
President 

JIM WAITS 
\'ice President 

ROBERT MIMS 
Secretar\'-Treasurer 



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OFFICERS 

HARRY DOWLING 
President 

BILLY RAY DAVIS 
Vice President 

KAISA BRAATEN 
Secretary 

JOHN BAXTER 
Treasurer 

HELEN REILLY 
Reporter 




SEATED: Baxter, Davis, Dowling, H., Braaten 
:;mith. Shepherd, Garrison. 



STANDING: Mohon, Dowling, F., Robertson, Naylor, 



THETA NU SIGMA 



The membership of Theta Nu Sigma is composed ot those students who 
ha\'e shown excellent grades and general interest in the natural sciences. At 
graduation Theta Nu Sigma presents an award to the outstanding science 
graduate. 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 



A. E. D., the honorary pre-medical fraternity, promotes the interests of its 
members and bridges the gap between pre-medical and medical schools. Lead- 
ership, scholarship, expertness, character, and personality are considered in 
those students accepted for membership. 

SEATED: Wimberly, Wilkins, Morgan, Pullen, Taft . . . STANDING: Noblin, Froiser, McKell, Jeeter, McQueen, 
Tucker, Blount, Smith, Hardin, Dangerfield, McEachin, Anderson, Deason, Johnston, Dr. Price. 




OFFICERS 

JOHN MORGAN 

President 

JOHN STONE 
Vice President 

JEANETTE WILKINS 
Secretary 

DON TAFT 

Treasurer 

JOHN WIMBERLY 
Reporter 

JEANETTE PULLEN 
Historian 



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OFFICERS 

JEANETTE PULLEN 
President 

SUMMER WALTERS 
N'ice President 

CWEN McRAINEY 
Secretary 

DON TAFT 
Treasurer 

i^HOOKS HUDSON 
Reporter 



SEATED: Wolker, McRaney, Hudson, Wolters, Pullen, Toft, Dr. Hamilton, Byrd 
Martin, Vaughan, Waits, Statham, Ford, Williams, Willoughby, Doyle, Brooks. 



STANDING: Bufkin, 



ETA SIGMA PHI 



Eta Sigma Phi is a national honorary fraternit)^ that recognizes achie\"e- 
ment in the Classical language. It promotes interest and helps one to continue 
in his knowledge of the Classics. It has established the Alfred Porter Hamilton 
Award, which is presented to the most outstanding student of Latin at Murrah 
High School. 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 



-McmlHTsliip ot IRC is composed ot outstanding students in tlie tields ol 
histor\ and political science. During the }'ear, I.R.C. sponsors a series of open 
lonims on \aricd. timcK subjects. 



Moore, Miller, Mims, Trujuck, Boyd, Tonkel, Hales, Gee, Flint, Noll, Cunningham, Waits. 



OFFICERS 

ANN MYERS 
President 

ALFRED STATHAM 
Vice President 

HAZEL TRULUCK 
Secretar\ 



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SEATED: Smith, Jeffrey, Starnes, McRaney, Roberts, Miller, Trapp, S lei I wagon. Moss, Wilkins, Underhill, Pullen, Jones 
Chunn, Allen, Kelly, Moore head, Thorne, Warren, Douglas, Anderson, Bufkin. 



STANDING: Wixon, McCorkle, 



MAJORETTE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

YVONNE MOSS President 

BIGGIE WILKINS Vice President 

JUNE STELLWAGON Secretary-Treasnrer 

Members of the Majorette Club are those girls who xolleyball, basketball, badminton, tennis, and softball. 
have shown special skills in the field of athletics by par- „ ^,. , . . , n i i 

ticipating in three sports and who possess the ideals of , .^^^f, ^'ght is a project sponsored annually by the 

iiood fellowship and sportsmanship. ^■.'".'^- ^." ^°"^^' S™"?^, ^'"^ extended an invitation to par- 

ticipate m this aeti\ ity tor wnicii the winners are awarded 

It is the duty of the club to establish regulations for "The Bucket." 
the women's intramural program which is composed of 

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Chi Omegas receive Bucket 



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December 10, 556 



Miss Elwyn Addkison 
Feature Editor, Bobashela 
Box 5073, MlllsaiDS College 
Jackson, I.Iississlppl 

Dear Miss Addkison: 

Congratulations to Miss Betty Garrison, whom we have 
chosen as your No. 1 Beauty Candidate. It '.-/as diffi- 
cult selecting Just five from the group af 19 charming 
coeds, but our next four choices are listed below: 



2 Beauty 



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No. [). Beauty 

No. 5 Beauty 



3 Beauty 



Reglna Harlan 
Marilyn '.Voods 
Sandra Stanton 
Peggy Perry 



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SOCIAL 



FELLOWSHIP 



PRESIDENTS 




SEATED: Harrison. Hates, Tullos 



STANDING: McEach'n, Jones, Fanning, Miller. 



INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 



195G 



GRAHAM HALES President 

NEWT HARRISON Vice President 

BOBBY TULLOS Secretary-Treasurer 



195' 



ION ED WILLL\MS President 

ALEX ALSTON \'ice President 

BILLY \VA1,KER Secretar\ -Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

Graham Hales Kappa Alpha 

Reynolds Cheney Kappa Alpha 

Newt Harrison Kappa Sigma 

\\'oods C-a\ett Kappa Sigma 

l^ohhy Tullos Lambda Chi Alpha 

Howard Jones Lambda Clii Alpha 

loliii McEacliin Pi Kappa Alpiia 

Hal Miller «, Pi Kappa Alpha 



MEMBERS 

I on Etl Williams Kappa Alpha 

Tommy Fanning Kappa Alpha 

Alex Alston Kappa Sigma 

Woods Ca\ ett Kappa Sigma 

BilK WalkiT Lambda Chi Alpha 

l^ohl)\ Tullos Lambda Chi Alpha 

Dick Blount Pi Kappa Alpha 

Hugh Johnston Pi Kappa Alpha 



Two representatives from each of the four fraternities comprise the mem- 
bershap of the Inter-Fraternit> Council. The three offices of this organization 
rotate between the four fraternities. 

Tlie Inti'r-Fraternit)' Coimcil establishes and enforces rules concerning 
fraternit\- rushing, pledging and initiation. Hush \\'eek is under the direct super- 
vision of the IFC. 



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PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 

ALICE STARNES Prcsiclcut 

PAT CHUNN Vice President 

MARILYN WOOD Secretary 

TEENIE UNDERHILL Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

Pat Chunn Beta Sigma Omicron Marilyn Wood 

Reba Boackle Beta Sigma Omicron (erre Gee 

Alice Starnes Chi Omega Teenie Underbill 

June Stellwagon Chi Omega Martha Ann Wolford 



Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta 
. . Phi Mu 
Phi \Iu 



The membership of Pan-Hellenic Council is composed ol: the Presidents 
and Rush Chairmen of the four sororities. The four offices of this organization 
rotates between the four sororities. 

Like the Inter- Fraternit\ Cx)uncil, Pan-Hellenic Comicil makes and en- 
forces the rules dealing with rushing, pledging, and initiations. Rush Week 
dm-ing the Fall Semester is their major project of the year. 



STANDING: Gee, Stellwagon, Boackle, Morehead, Wolford 



SEATED; Chunn, Wood, Starnes, Underhill. 




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BETA SIGMA OMICRON 




ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

I'ATHICIA CHUNN President 

CAHA IXOYD HEMPHILL Vice President 

MILLICENT KING Recording Secretary 

MARTHA ANN SMITH Correspondin<i Secretary 
MARGARET McCORKLE Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

PAT WYNN President 

CAROL RROUN Vice President 

.\L\RGIE KING Recording Secretary 

JANE TRAMS Recording Secretarx 

CAROLYN ALLEN Treasurer 



Majorette Cluh taps MeCorklc, llenipliill. tilninn, 
lulwards and Roberts — Milliceiit King is president of 
W'CW — Hoaekle is presidi'nt of tlie Catliolie Clnli — 
l^rooks is tapped 1)\ Eta Sigma Phi along \\ itii Broun 

— Chi Delta taps W'adsworth. wlio is also secretar) - 
treasurer ot Pi Delta Phi — Chiinn is \ice president ot 
Pan-Hellenic and is secretary of the Woman's Council 

— Snn'th is \ ice pri'sidcnt of Kappa Delta Epsilon. 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED; 
Uni%ersit\' of Missouri 
December 12, 1888 

LOCALLY FOUNDER; 
September 1. 1926 

COLORS; Rub\ and Pink 

FLOWERS; Richmond and Kilarncy Roses 

PUBLICATION: "The Urn" 





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CAROLYN J. ALLEN 
KAY AYERS 
REBA BOACKLE 
JO ANN BROOKS 
CAROL BROUN 
CATHY CARLSON 



PATRICIA CHUNN 
ANN CLOUD 
PAT DACUS 
MARY JO EDWARDS 
ROSEMARY FLINT 
FRANCES FURR 



CAROLYN GOFF 

FAY RUTH HARTHCOCK 

HELEN HAYES 

CARA LLOYD HEMPHILL 

MARGIE KING 

MILLICENT KING 



BECKY LARCHE 
EDWIN A McCOOL 
MARGARET McCORCKLE 
LILLIAN PRESLEY 
MARY NELL ROBERTS 
JEAN ROTEN 



LAURIE SMITH 
MARTHA ANN SMITH 
MARILYN SMITH 
SUZANNE SPELL 
JEWEL TAYLOR 



JANE TRAVIS 
JO ANN TUCKER 
GLENDA WADSWORTH 
SUE WOODWARD 
PATRICIA WYNN 



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CHI OMECA 




CHI DELTA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

ALICE STARNES Pmsiclcnt 

BETTY GAIL TliAPF \'itc President 

JEANNETTE HATCLIFF Secretary 

IIKl.KX H FILLY Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

JEANETTE RATC;LIFF President 

FRANCES BRYAN Vice President 

SUSAN WHEELESS Secretary 

HELEN TIIORNE Treasurer 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Uni\'ersit\' of Arkansas 
April 5. 1895 



LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 31. 1934 



COLORS: Cardinal and Straw 
FLOWER: White Carnation 
PUBLICATION: 'The Eleusis" 



A. Starnes and j. Wilkins are Fa\orites — Reilh* is 
Lambda Chi Crescent (^irl — A. Starnes heads Pan- 
Hellenic — StelKvagon. Swann. and Cunningham tapped 
into Sii^ma Lambda — Crawford is president of Chi 
Delta — Miller is KA Rose, president of Pi Delta Phi. 
and societN' editor of the P and W — Stellwagon is presi- 
dent (it KDl'", and secretary ot the senior class — Trapp 
is \ice president of Y'AV.C.A. — Br\-an is a Maid of Cot- 
ton finalist — Bartling is secretary of freshman class — 



Caughman and Lingle are majorettes — Stanton is 
Homecoming maid — A. Starnes and Cunningham are 
selected in Who's Who — Chi Delta taps Dement — A. 
Starnes and Rouse are tapped b\" KDE — Smith pla\ed 
"Desdeniona" in Othello — Majorette Club taps Thorne, 
Trapp. and Jeffreys — L. Starnes and Ratcliff on the 
Bobashela staff — Mcintosh. Miller, antl H\ril are on 
the P and K staff — Chi 0"s win "Bucket" — Bain in 
Pi Kappa .\lpha Cotton Maid. 





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MYNA BAIN 
PANSY BARKSDALE 
BETTY BARTLING 
JULIA ANN BECKES 
BETTY BLUE 
VIRGINIA BOOKHART 
FRANCES BRYAN 



BETHANY BYRD 
JUDY CAMPBELL 
DOT CARGILL 
SUE CATER 
MARY CAUGHMAN 
KAY COLLUMS 
ELIZABETH COOK 



NANCY CRAWFORD 
ROSE CUNNINGHAM 
SALLIE DEMENT 
JANIS EDGAR 
KAY FARRAR 
BETTY BELL FORD 
ANN FOSTER 



LYNETTE GARST 
HELEN GILLIS 
JANE GILLIS 
JULIE GRAY 
SANDRA HUGGINS 
BLYTHE JEFFREY 
PAT LAWRENCE 



MARIELLA LINGLE 
MARY LUCKETT 
BARBARA McDOUGAL 
MARY TATE McGILL 
ELISE MclNTOSH 
BETTY MILLER 
SANDRA MILLER 



MARY F. MONTGOMERY 
MARY F. PLEASANTS 
ANN PORTER 
MARY CHARLES PRICE 
JEANNETTE RATCLIFF 
MATTELYN REED 
TITA REED 



HELEN REILLY 
JEAN ROUSE 
KATHERYN SHAEFFER 
MARY RUTH SMITH 
SUANNA SMITH 
SANDRA STANTON 
ALICE STARNES 
LILLIAN STARNES 



JUNE STELLWAGON 
MARY LOU STRINGER 
BARBARA SV^/ANN 
HELEN THORNE 
BETTY GAIL TRAFP 
ALAN WALKER 
SUSAN WHEELESS 
WILETTE WILKINS 



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KAPPA DELTA 




MU CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

MARILYN W OOU President 

NENA DOIRON Vice President 

YVONNE MOSS Secretar\ 

HAZEL TRULUCK Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

LAURENE WALKER President 

RUTH LAND Vice President 

BEN'ERLY HAMBLIN Secretar> 

HAZEL TRULUCK Treasurer 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 

Nirginia State Normal C^ollei^e 
OctolKT 23. LS97 



LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
September 26, 1914 



COLORS: Green and White 
FLOWER: ^Vhite Rose 
PUBLICATION: "Angelos" 



Cleveland and Ne\niaii re-elected cheerleaders — 
Peacock elected Miss Millsaps, tapped b>' Chi Delta, 
president of Sitjma Lambda and secretary of SEB — 
Pillow is ilrum majorette and Black and Moore are 
other majorettes — Homecoming maids were Cle\eland, 
Addkison. and Miller — Pullen, Peacock, and Rile>' are 
selected to Who's Who — On the Bobashela staff are 
Doiron. assistant editor; Walker, class staff; .\ddkison. 
feature editor; and Perry, photographer — Sigma Lamb- 
da taps Doiron, Rile\'. Triduck, and Pidlen — Walker 
is tapped by Eta Sigma Phi — KDE taps Addkison, 
Doiron. Brandon, and Perr\' — Truluck and Perr\' have 



selections printed in Stylus — Dribben is Freshman Day 
Queen — Moss is president of Majorette Club which 
tapepd Jones — Doiron is Pi Kappa .\lpha Cotton Queen 
— Pullen is president of Eta Sigma Phi — Wood is KA 
Pro\ ince Rose — Truluck is copy and feature editor of 
the P and W — Nail is new cop\' editor of P and W — 
Myers was selected for Washington Semester — Bradley 
is assistant producer of Othello — The KD's won the 
Scholarship tropin' tor the fifth time — Wood and [ones 
are on the busini-ss staff of the Bobashela — Rile\- is 
president of Wesley — Wood is \ ice president of Pan- 
Hellenic. 





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ELWYN ADDKISON 
HELEN DALL BARNES 
SARA JANICE BLACK 
NANCY BOYD 
PATH BRADLEY 
BETH BRANDON 
ANN BURKE 
DUCKY CATLEDGE 



ELIZABETH ANN CLARK 
BETTY JANE CLEVELAND 
ADEN COLEMAN 
SARA GRACE COMBS 
MARY GRACE COX 
KAY DAVIS 
NONA DEWEESE 
NENA DOIRON 



BETTY DRIBBEN 
ELAINE EVERITT 
MARGARET EWING 
AMANDA FARMER 
MYRA FELSHER 
GAYLE GEBBHART 
JERRE GEE 
WILDA GEORGE 



DOT GRIFFIN 
BEVERLY HAMBLIN 
CAROLYN HARPOLE 
FRANCES HENDERSON 
SARAH JONES 
RUTH LAND 
JEANETTE LUNDGUIST 
LYNN McCREIGHT 



JANE MclNVALE 
SUSAN MEDLEY 
MAY MILLER 
BILLIE FAYE MOORE 
YVONNE MOSS 
JOYCE NALL 
NANCY NEYMAN 
BEHYE OLDHAM 



PAM OLMSTED 
LYNNICE PARKER 
NANCY PEACOCK 
NITA PERRY 
LUCILLE PILLOW 
JEANETTE PULLEN 
NANCY REED 
MARTINA RILEY 



CORINNE ROBERTSON 
WILMA SANDERSON 
MARY FRANCES SEMMES 
BESSIE SMITH 
SHIRLEY STOKER 
BARBARA ANN THOMAS 
GWEN TODD 
HAZEL TRULUCK 



LAURENE WALKER 
CHARLENE WELCH 
FAYE WENGER 
SYLVIA WILLIAMS 
MARILYN WOOD 
MARGARET YARBROUGH 
SUSAN YOUNG 



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PHI MU 




EPSILON CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

TEENIE UNDERHILL President 

ANNE DERRYBERRY \'ice Pifsident 

IM<",C;(;Y P1':HHY Secretary 

HAHBAHA in iU) Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

GAY PIPER President 

TEENIE UNDERHILL Vice President 

CLARA SMITH Secretary 

MABY SHERROD Treasurer 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
\\'esle\an College 
Marcli 4. 1852 ' 



LOCALLY FOUNDED: 

Marcli 24. 1914 



COLORS: Rose and White 
FLOWER: Enchantress Clarnation 
PUBLICATION: "glaia" 



Brown is president ni Alpha Psi Omega, stage niaii- 
agcr of PUuers, secretary-treasurer of Chi Delta, directed 
"Browiiing Wrsion" and was presented with the Little 
Tlicater Award — Perry is organizations editor of the 
Bobashela and is secretary-treasurer of the junior class 

— Smith is secretary of the sophomore class — Habeeb 
is secretary of the Canterbury Club — Warren is on the 
Bobashela staff and was tapped into the Majorette Chili 

— Jenkins is on the Bobashela staff with Ilabeel) and 



Ba\liss — Underbill is treasurer of YA\".C.A., Wolford is 
secretar\' and Shaple\' is publicits- chairman — B\rd 
was tapped into Eta Sigma Phi — Chi Delta taps Shap- 
ley, who was the editor of the '56-'57 Handbook and is 
feature editor of the P and W — • Frost, Byrd, Bates, 
Bayliss, Shapley, and Bovver are on the editorial staff of 
the P and W — Bower is executive secretary' of the 
P and W — Harlan was selected for the lead in the 
\'arsit\ Show — Phi Mu s won the \-olle\ ball trophy. 





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HELEN SUE CALLAHAN 
JANE CAMPBELL 
NELLE COULTER 
JANYCE CREWS 
BETTY JO DEASON 
ELLEN DIXON 



SYLVIA ELLIOTT 
JANE ELLIS 
LUCY EWING 
ANNE FOREMAN 
GRACE FROST 
BETTY FURNESS 



SHIRLEY HABEEB 
ANN HALE 
REGINA HARLAN 
CAROL JO JENKINS 
BEVERLY JUMPER 
BETTY LANDFAIR 



EDNA McSHANE 
■MARGARET ANN MERRILL 
LINDA NOBLE 
PEGGY PERRY 
GAY PIPER 
ETHEL SHAPELY 



MITZI SHELTON 
MARY SHERROD 
DOROTHY ELLEN SHIPP 
CLARA SMITH 
KAY JO SPRADLING 
COLLEEN THOMPSON 
ALDINE TUCKER 



ERNESTINE UNDERHILL 
PAT WARREN 
SANDRA WATSON 
LEON WEAVER 
MARY ALICE WHITE 
MISSY WILSON 
MARTHA ANN WOLFORD 



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VIKINGS 



OFFICERS 

EUGENIA KELLY President 

JUANITA WRIGHT \'ice PmskU'iit 

DANYE MILLER Recording Sfcret;u\ 

BOBBIE JEAN POTTS Corresponding Secretary 
lO ANNE ABERNATHY Treasurer 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED; 

Uni\ersit\' ol Oklalionia 
April, 19.3S 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
July 19. 1943 

COLORS; Blue and White 

FLOWER: White Carnation 

PUBLICATION: N. I. S. A. Newsletter 



Carolyn Allen and Kell\- are c^lected to Who's Who 
— Majori'tte Club taps C. Allen. Biitkin. and Kelh — 
Keile\ is tapped into Sigma Lambda — Potts, Littleton, 
and \lathen\' are on the Woman's Council and Kelly 
and C. Allen liold tiu' two top positions — Graaten is 



secretar\' of Tb.eta Nu Sigma — Hall is on the Debate 
team — .\lorehead and Braaten are tapped into Alpha 
Psi Omega — Swindull directs "How to Propose" — 
\'ikings win softbail tropin in the spring of "56 — C. 
Allen played 'Blooch .\Iar\ in "South Pacific." 








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JO ANN ABERNATHY 
KAISA BRAATEN 
KAY BUFKIN 
DOROTHY JACK CASEY 
BETTY DYESS 



CAROLYN EDWARDS 
VIRGINIA EVERETT 
GLORIA HALBERT 
RUTH ANN HALL 
EUGENIA KELLY 



ANNETTE LESHE 
HENRIETTA LITTLETON 
KATIE LOWREY 
JUNE MARTIN 
NANCY MATHENY 



DANYE MILLER 
GAIL MOORHEAD 
SHIRLEY McMULLAN 
MARLYN McNEILL 
ILAH NICHOLAS 



CHARLOTTE OSWALT 
BOBBY JEAN POTTS 
ELLIE RASOR 
JANELLE RYDER 



JOHNNIE SWINDULL 
NANCY THARP 
BECKY TURNER 
JUANITA WRIGHT 



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KAPPA ALPHA 




ALPHA MU CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

GRAJ I AM HALES Number 1 

REYNOLDS CHENEY Number U 

LESLIE SHELTON Number HI 



OFFICERS 

JON ED WILLIAMS Number I 

TOMMY FANNING Number II 

THAD LEGGETT, III Number III 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Wasbington Cc liege 
Dceemb(>r 21. 1865 



LOCALLY FOUNDED: 



COLORS: Ruby au<l Old Gold 
FLOWER: Magnolia anil Criuisou Rose 
PUBLICATION: "Kappa Alpha Journal" 



Hales elected \ ice president of student body and is 
bvisiness manager ol the Bobashcla — C^haney is presi- 
dent of ODK and heads Kit Kat for the second straight 
year — Franks wins Best Actor of the Year award and is 
taj^u'd b\ Alpha Psi Omega — Walters is business man- 
ager of Stylus and is tapped into ODK along with Hales 
— Williams is president of sophomore class and Famiing 
is vice president of junior class — Cheney and Hales 



are selected for ^^'ho's Who — McKell and Mills are 
tapped into AED — W'alters is \ ice president of Eta 
Sigma Phi — McDaniel is tapped into Kit Kat and is 
No. 1 on the tennis team — Theta Nu Sigma taps Smith 
— Abraham is cheerleader — Williams is treasurer of 
Singers — Hales heads IFC and is chosen a Fa\(irite — 
Miller, J. .\rmstrong, Wellons, and Hathoni join Williams 
in "M" Club. 





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BOB S. ABNEY 
ROBERT ABRAHAM 
FRANK D. ALLEN 
CECIL ALLRED 
GEORGE W. ARMSTRONG 
JOE BATES ARMSTRONG 
RALPH ARMSTRONG 



HARRY R. BLAIR, JR. 
CHARLES BRACKETT 
JOE BURNETT 
JOHN R. BURNETT 
EDWIN BUTLER 
REYNOLDS CHENEY, JR. 
CECIL COPELAND, JR. 



DUDLEY D. CULLEY, JR. 
DAVID A. DETERLY, JR. 
THOMAS B. FANNING, JR. 
LEO A. FARMER 
CHARLES FERGUSON 
EDWIN FROST 
PAT LEE GILLILAND 



WILLIAM LEE GRAHAM 
GRAHAM LEE HALES 
STANLEY H. HATHORNE 
ALBERT BATES HINDS 
DOUGLAS M. LAY 
ALFRED THAD LEGGETT. I 
JOHN HAMILTON LONG 



LEWIS LORD 
JAMES E. McCARTY 
MAX H. McDANIEL 
WILLIAM McKELL, JR. 

WILLIAM Mcknight 

DAVIL McNAIR 
WILLIAM MARTIN 



JOHN HAMPTON MILLER 
NOEL MILLS, JR. 
RICHARD MILWEE 
JOHN E. MULHEARN, JR. 
WILLIAM S. MULLENS, III 
JOSEPH LEE PORTER 
WILLIAM M. RAINEY 



JACK L. RATLIFF 
STUART ROBINSON 
ERNEST L. SHELTON 
LESLIE W. SHELTON, JR. 
ROBERT CARROLL SMITH 
RAYMOND SWARTZFAGER 
JOSEPH BROOKS TOLER 



WILLIAM TULL, JR. 
PAUL WALTERS 
SUMMER WALTERS, JR. 
JAMES M. WALTON 
JAMES E. WEEDY 
THOMAS CLYDE WELCH 
JON ED WILLIAMS 
MARK C. YERGER 




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KAPPA SIGMA 




ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

NEWT HARRISON Grand Master 

C:ARY t;AUSEY Grand Procurator 

CLIFF RUSHING Grand Secretar>' 

FD \IIZF Grand Treasnrx 



OFFICERS 

ALEX ALSTON Grand Master 

WOODS CA\'ETT Grand Procnrator 

JOHN CARTER Grand Secretar> 

I^OB WEEMS Grand Treasnrv 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 

Uni\ersit\ of \ir,t;inia 
December 10. 1869 



LOCALLY FOUNDED: 

October 18, 1895 



COLORS: Scarlet, Green, and White 
FLOWER: Lily of the Valle> 
PUBLICATION: The Cadnceus" 



Siijs place seven on tiic starting football t>le\ en — Sii^s win speedball — 

Moore elected pri'x y of "M" C^lnb — Kern is librarian of Singers and \ ice 

president of Wesle\ — Ta>lor is sports editor of the P and W — Statham is 
tapped into ODK. 





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ALEX ALSTON 
DICK BARINEAU 
FRED BELK 
GENE BERBETTE 
JIM BERRY 
TOM BINFORD 



CHARLES BREWER 
CARL CAUSEY 
WOODS CAVITT 
ALBERT DAVIS 
JAMES DAY 
JACKIE GIFFIN 



BILL GRIFFITH 
BILLY GULLEDGE 
GENE HARRISON 
NEWT HARRISON 
CARSON HOLLOMAN 
JIMMY HUDSON 



BRENT JOHNSON 
CHARLES JOHNSON 
PAUL KERN 
EDWIN MIZE 
TERRY MOORE 
DICKIE PEPPER 



JIM PHYFER 
BOBBY RAY 
NORWOOD REDHEAD 
SAM ROBERTS 
KERAN RUDY 
CLIFF RUSHING 



SAM SCOTT 
ALFRED STATHAM 
JACK TAYLOR 
FRANK TUCKER 
RONNIE WARD 
DAVID WEAVER 




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DON WILLIAMS 
DON WILLIAMSON 
CHARLES WRIGHT 
BEN YOUNGER 



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LAMBA CHI ALPHA 




THETA ETA ZETA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

BOBBY TULLOS President 

JOHN STONE Vice Presklciit 

SAM TOMLINSON Secretary 

TOMMY XAYI.OH Trc-asiirer 



OFFICERS 

I5IL1,Y WALKER President 

JOHN BAXTER \'ice President 

BILL l^ALGOBD Secretary 

HILL MOSBY Treasurer 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 

Boston Universit\' 
NoNcmbcr 2. 19(')y 



LOCALLY FOUNDED: 

Octolier. 1989 



COLORS: Purple, Green, and Gold 

FLOWER: White Rose 

PUBLICATION: 

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



S. Jones, J. Stone, B()\d, Hudson in \\'ho's Who — S. 
Jones is president of SEB, band director, and Master 
Major — J. Stone is president of Christian Council, editor 
of Stylus, \ ice president of AED. and president of West- 
minster League — Lambda Chi's have winning Home- 
coming float — Tullos is president of Singers — Ander- 
son is president of Alpha Phi Omega, W'illets is \'ice 
president of Alpha Phi Omega — Grisham is managing 
editor of the P and W — Favorites are H. Jones and 
Tonkel, and Fresiunan King is Cooke — Sojourner is 
vice jiresident of BSU — Boyd is \ ice president of Pi 



Kappa Delta — J. Stone, Tonkel, and Carney are ODK 
tapees — Alpha Psi Omega taps Tonkel and Boyd — 
Patterson, Boyd, and Tonkel are tapped by IRC — AED 
taps Wimberh , Newell, Jeter, and P. Smith — Theta Nu 
Sigma taps liaxter, Na\lor, and Balgord — J. Stone and 
Boyd are tapped by Kit Kat and Tonki'I b\- Phi Delta 
Kappa — Psi Delta Chi taps Sample and Iio\d — Lamb- 
da Chi Combo recei\ed recognition from the Jackson 
Jiuiior Chamber of Commerce, the March of Dimes As- 
sociation, and the Jackson Public Schools. 





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DANNY T. ANDERSON 
WILLIAM BALGORD 
JOHN BAXTER 
BILL BEASLEY 
BILL BOSWELL 
ALTON BOYD 
DAVID BOYETT 
GARDNER BROCK 



DOUG CAMPBELL 
HENRY CARNEY 
WALLACE CARRAWAY 
STAN COOKE 
PETE COSTAS 
ENOCH DANGERFIELD 
JOHN DRYSDALE 
JOSE ESPANA 



ROY GRISHAM 
DON HARDER 
ARTHUR HODGE 
MARTIN HOWARD 
BROOKS HUDSON 
JIMMY HUMPHREYS 
JAMES INGRAM 
FRED JABOUR 



MARVIN JETER 
ROBERT JOHNSON 
WILLIAM JOHNSON 
HOWARD JONES 
SAM JONES 
BUDDY LOVETT 
JIMMY McCORMICK 
WALTER McKELLAR 



PALMER MANNING 
BILL R. MOSBY 
TOMMY NAYLOR 
JIMMY NEWELL 
JIM OAKES 
BENNY OWEN 
BOB PATTERSON 
LARRY PARKER 



MARTIN REEVES 
BILL RHYMES 
WILLIAM RISHER 
TEX SAMPLE 
WAYNE SHERMAN 
LEVERENE SMITH 
PERRIN SMITH 
RUSSELL SMITH 



PARKER SOJOURNER 
JOHN STONE 
MARLER STONE 
JOHN ED THOMAS 
SAM TOMLINSON 
KEITH TONKEL 
DON TRIPLETT 



OLIVER TRIPLETT 
BILLY WALKER 
MERRIMEN WATKINS 
ROBERT WESLEY 
WARREN WILKINS 
TOM WILLETTS 
JOHN WIMBERLY 





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ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

ROBERT MIMS S. M. C. 

JOHN McEACHIN IMC 

LACY FHAISER Th. C, 

WILLIAM lEANES Historian 



OFFICERS 

HAL MILLER S. M. C. 

DICK BLOUNT I. M. C. 

LACY FRAISER Fh. C. 

WILLIAM JEANES Historian 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Lhii\ersitv of Virginia 
March L' 1S6S 



LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 2.3. 1905 



COLORS: Carnct and Gold 
FLOWER: Lily of the \'alley 
PUBLICATION: The Shield and Diamond 



Jcanis is on the Bobashela and P and W staffs — 
lohnston is a Fa\ oritc — \\'are is vice president of sopho- 
more class and \ice president of Singers — AED taps 
McQueen, Blonnt, Hardin. Noblin. Gordon. Fraiser. and 
McEachin — Blomit is president of hSV. P and W hnsi- 
ness manager, and tapee into Alpha Phi Omega — W\\- 
liams is tapped into Eta Sigma Phi and is sports editor 
of the Bobashela — Cause)' is on the Debate Team — 
Smith is past business manager of the P and W and is 
liusiness manager of the Singers and Chi Omega's Owl 
Man — Kerr had a selection accepted by Stylus and is 
on the Bobashela staff — Gammill is editor of the P and 



W — Minis is treasnrer of SEB. treasurer of Pi Kappa 
Delta, president of the Debate Club, and was elected to 
\\'ho's Who. also a Faxorite — Fraiser is art editor of 
the Bobashela — Ford is tapped into Eta Sigma Phi — 
Miller is Bobashela editor and a tapee of IRC — Mc- 
Eachin is \ice president of the senior class — Rush is 
cheerleader and class editor of the Bobashela — Finle\ 
is cheerleader — Gatewood is \ ice )5resident of the 
freshman class — Harr>' and Fred Dowling are in Theta 
Nil Sigma and Harr\' is president — Pikes win scholar- 
ship cup twice in a row. 





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FRED ABRAHAM 
DICK BLOUNT 
LACY CAUSEY 
KENNETH DEW 
BUDDY DODSON 
OSCAR DOWDLE 
FRED DOWLING 



HARRY DOWLING 
TERRY FINCHER 
JIM FINLEY 
JONAH FORD 
JAMES FORTENBERRY 
LLOYD FORTENBERRY 
LACY FRAISER 



SAM GAMMILL 
STEWART GAMMILL III 
JOHN SHARP GATEWOOD 
DARBY GILMER f 



JAMES GORDON 
NICK GREENER 
JIMMY GRIFFIS 



MARLIN GRIMES 
WILLIAM HARDIN 
JOE HINDS 
LEA HYMAN 
WILLIAM JEANES 
CHARLES JENNINGS 
HUGH JOHNSTON 



BILLY KERR 
BOB LAMPTON 
BRACK LANGE 
DON LISLE 
JOHN McEACHIN 

JAMES McQueen 

HAL MILLER 



SCOTT MILLER 
GERALD MIZELLE 
ROBERT MIMS 
WILL NOBLIN 
HARRELL PACE 
DON PATERSON 
JAY PENNINGTON 



JOHN C. PHILLEY 
JACK POOL 
JOHN POTTER 
SMILEY RATCLIFF 
JULIAN RUSH 
KERMIT SCOTT 
DON SMITH 
ROBERT L. SMITH 



MIKE SPRINGER 
ED STEWART 
RUSSELL STOVALL 
DURAND TOMLIN 
CLIFTON WARE 
CLYDE WHITAKER 
EDDIE WILLIAMS 
JOE WIMBISH 



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FULLER, BILL 






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HALBERT, INGE 






COOK, OlIN 
LEE, HYUN KIM 



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McDonald, bill mcREYnolds, charles screws, ray winstead, hank 






NORSEMEN 





NATIONALLY FOUNDED Oklahoma Unixersitx 

April. 1938 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 1950 

PUBLICATION N. I. S. A. Newsletter 

COLORS Blur aiKJ Cold 

MEMBERS 

Tomiin Ballard Hugh Long Harris Eaton 

Spiro Cora I'lgf Halbert Joe Cowart 

Bill MacDonald Bill Fuller Greg Ballard 

Henry NX'iiistcad Hyiui Kni Lee Ray Screws 

Olin Cook Seung Rin Song Charles McReynolds 

HARRIS EATON President 

JOE COVVAHT Nice President 

GREG BALLARD Treasurer 

RAY SC;PaEWS Si>eretar\ 



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IN MEMORIAM 



FREDERICK WAYNE RENFRO 

VVayiif accomplished more in liis short lil:e tliaii 
many who have Hvecl the full span ot years. Denied 
the use of a vigorous and healthy body, he went 
through life without complaining. He never ad\ er- 
tised his misfortunes, neither did he complain of his 
ills. 

With bravery, fortitude and confidence he faced 
life and drew unto himself a most devoted group of 
friends, he knew what many will never know, for 
more real love and devotion was poured into his 
heart than to many who were more able to command 
free access to wide circles of society. 

Lo\ed ones revered him, friends honored him, all 
who knew him respected him. Possessed of a rare 
and \ibrant mind, desiring knowledge, he made the 
best of the opportunities opening to him. 



BILLY GULLEDGE 

On March 5, 1957, Millsaps College was saddened 
to learn of the death of Billy Gulledge. He was a 
friend to all who knew him. In years to come when 
we think back on our days at Millsaps, our thoughts 
will include many memories of Billy. Humanity will 
suffer a loss as Billy would have soon been in Medical 
School, and eventually would have been serving man- 
kind. Taken from us in the flower of his manhood, 
he will always be an example of a happy, sincere, 
and dedicated student of Millsaps Colleger. 



V 




THE SPORTS 




ACTION 



FOOTBALL 




TENNIS 




COACHES 

SAMMY BARTLING Head Coach 

ERM SMITH Assistant Coach 



Smith, Bartling 



Millsaps hetiaii its 195fi football si-ason \vit)i 
a good start, taking Ouacliita h\' a 13-6 win. 
Don Wilhams in the first quarter tossed a neat 
47 \'ard pass to Terry Moore for the first score 
of the season. Soon after in the second quarter 
Roy W'olte went out on a pitchoiit and went 
over from the two. .Althougli Ouacliita did 
manage to score once, it was Millsaps all the 
way — the statistics showing the Majors 15 
first downs to their opponents 3. The game 
proNed that Millsaps was going to be a strong 
threat. 

On their second start the .Majors suffereil 
from their only noticeable weakness from the 
preceding week, pass defense, hi this game 
Millsaps lost a close one to Li\iiigston State h) 
the score 16-6 — both touchdowns being on 
pass plays. The Majors' only score was on a 
pass interception by Smiley Ratcliff. Millsaps 
threatened once more, but could not reach pa>- 
dirt, and thus, suffered from their first defeat 
of the season. 




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FOOTBALL 



RECORD 



MILLSAPS 13 OUACHITA 



MILLSAPS 6 LIVINGSTON STATE Ifi 



MILLSAPS 13 SEWANEE 



MILLSAPS 20 



HOWARD 



20 




MILLSAPS MISS. COLLEGE 



JAMES HOOD 
Captain 



MILLSAPS 12 



SOUTHWESTERN 



MILLSAPS IS HENDERSON STATE 19 




TERRY MOORE — Bock 
ROY WOLFE — Bock 
MAX MILLER— GuorcJ 





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Millsops Closes In 




A fired up Millsaps' team went 
to match prowess and their enthusi- 
asm paid off as Millsaps won its 
second \ictory. An intercepted 
pass in the final minutes of play 
ga\e Millsaps a 13-7 come-from- 
behind \ictor\ . The Majors had 
made thi'ir first score, after being 
l')ehind the whole first half, on a 
l^eautiful 47 yard rim b\ Bob Car- 
rawa\ . Millsaps outplayed Sewanee 
on the ground but the defensive 
work saved the Majors, because 
three times Sewanee was within 
tlieir 20 \ard line. 

Millsaps the next week began 
strong and trounced the Howard 
Bulldogs the first part of the game, 
letting them lia\i' the ball onl\ 
three times the whole first (juarter. 
-Millsaps iuul se\ eral long, sustained 
dri\es. which later paid off in the 
point column. Still later. Smith 
went for the third score after Rat- 
cliff reco\ered a fumble on their 
10 yard line. Howard, however. 
liit with se\eral passes to tie the 
score. On the ground it was all 
Millsaps gaining 233 yards to How- 
ards 87. Coach Bartling saw that 
Millsaps weakness was in their 
pass defense, and with Miss. Col- 
li'ge coming up. lie saw tiie need 
to tighten up. 



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RAY WOODRICK— Tackle 
RUSTY SMITH— Back 



STAN HATHORN— Guard 
HAMP MILLER— Tackle 



FRED BELK— Bock 
SKIPPY SMITH— Guard 



PAT BONNER— End 
JIM HAYS— Back 







Smith Breaks Into The Secondary 



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JIM BERRr — Tackle 
RAY SCARBROUGH— Bock 



DON WILLIAMS — Bock 
TED ALEXANDER— End 




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Millsaps, perhaps, had their greatest accomphshment 
as they held tlieir arch ri%al. Miss. College, to a score- 
less tie. Millsaps" defensi\e unit was in top form as 
they held the Choctaws time after time from their 
goal line. Early in the second quarter Millsaps held 
M. C. for 4 downs on their own 5 yard line. In the 
final minutes of the fourth quarter \Iillsaps took over 
the ball on their own nine \ard line and from this point 
nio\ed the ball up the field onh' to have the time run 
out. Although Nlillsaps did not score themseK-es, the 
game was a noble tribute to the defensive work of the 
Majors' line. 



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Rusty Up The Middle 



SMILEY RATCLIFF— End 
BRENT JOHNSTON— Center 



GAYLE ERWIN— Guard 
JON E. WILLIAMS— End 



Millsaps came back hard to shock and beat the three 
touchdown favorite Southwestern 12-0. Both scores 
came late in the fourth period with Fred Belk going ovev 
on the last play of the game for the second score. One 
other time the Majors drove to the Lynx three to have 
a pass intercepted in the end zone. The defense, which 
had shown up so well the week before, responded again 
and allowed Southwestern to go nowhere. Statistics 
showed Millsaps completely dominating the field, com- 
piling almost 265 yards to Southwestern's 106. Millsaps 
finally had gone all the way to reach their highest po- 
tential! 



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CLIFF RUSHING— Bock 
KENNARD WELIONS— End 
BOB CARAWAY— Back 




Millsaps Breaks up the Pass 



Millsaps closed tlie 1956 season with 
a close 19-17 loss to Heiulersoii State. 
It was a revealing game showing the 
promise of a new quarterback in Fred 
Helk, who passed to Wolfe for two 
touchdowns. After Henderson went 
ahead, Millsaps drove down to the goal 
line once more only to ha\e a pass in- 
tercepted in the end zone. Thus, the 
.\hijors finished the season with S wins; 
2 ties; and only 2 losses, both close ones. 

Millsaps loses only four men this year 
and should realK be strong the following 
season, strengthened by the new group 
of Freshmen. The season just goes to 
show what 27 men can do when they 
re;dl\ love tile game. 



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FIRST ROW: Skippy Smith, Alex Alston, Terry Moore, Cliff Rushing, Bob Caraway . . . SECOND ROW: Roy Wolfe, Brent Johnston, Bob Weems, 
Smiley Ratcliff, Jim Hoys . . . THIRD ROW: Jim Berry, James Hood, Ted Alexander, Billy Graham, Pat Bonner , , . FOURTH ROW: Homp Miller, 
Brooks Hudson, Joe Armstrong, Rusty Smith, Ray Wesson, Ken Parks . . . FIFTH ROW: Kennard Wellons, Ston Hothorn, Gene Gordon, Bob Fortune. 



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CHEERLEADERS 

JULIAN RUSH 
Meridian 

ANN DILLARD 
Itta Bena 

JIM FINLEY 
Finley, Tenn. 

NANCY NEYMAN 
Greenville 

ROBERT ABRAHAM 
Vicksburg 



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OFFICERS 

TERRY MOORE President 

ROY WOLFE Vice President 

CLIFF RUSHING Secretary-Treasurer 




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BASKETBALL 

Tlie 1956-57 season of basketball at Millsaps was 
brought to a successful close winning two out of the 
last three games. The qualit\ of play improved as 
the experience of the boys increased, until the Mill- 
saps ((uintet was operating as a smoothb' precisioned 
unit. Long remembered will he Ray's deadly set 
shots. Park's command of the backboard, and Hen- 
son's hustle on the floor. Equally important was the 
consistent high scoring of Eddie \\'hale\'. Millsaps 
can be proud of the aggressi\eness, the determination, 
and the will to \ictor\' of these twehe men. 



DON WILLIAMSON 



CLIFTON LECORNU 



RALPH ARMSTRONG 



BOBBY RAY 



BOB WEEMS 





CHARLES HENSON 



SMILEY RATCLIFF 



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KEN PARKS 




A successful seasou cannot be measured only by 
a list of won and lost. The success of a team goes 
deeper — down to the hearts of the coach and the 
players. This is what will bring our team up. Back- 
ing this will be the youthfulness of our squad. Of 
the twehe man team se\en of them are Freshmen 
and the other fi\e are Sophomores. With more time 
spent in working together and more actual game ex- 
perience there is great hope for the future. It's a 
trite saying and well worn out but, "\\'ait till next 
vear." 



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FIRST ROW; Bi/gg, Rushing, Hothorn, Smith, Graham 
T- Ballard, Stietenroth, Sample, Parks, Williams. 



SECOND ROW: Ray, Paflon, Giffin, G., Ballard, Lovett . . . THIRD ROW; Berry, 



RETURNING LETTERMEN 



BASEBALL 




SCHEDULE 

March 25 Mississippi College 

2(i Mississippi Ciollege 

30 Iiiooklex Air Force Base 

\piil 1 Hrookk'v Air Forci' Ikise 

4 Louisiana College 



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Soutliw c'stern 

Memphis State 

William Jewell 

William Jewell 

Howard College 



26 Howard College 

1 Mississippi College 

2 Mississippi College 
o Southwestern 
9 I low arc! College 

10 Howard College 



Sample, Grohant, Rushing, Holhorn, Berry, Who ley 



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FIRST ROW: Jones, Sherman, Henson . . . SECOND ROW: McDaniel, McCormIck, Vaughan, Abrohom. 




McDanlel 




TENNIS 




Dr. White 




Vaughan 




Abraham 



McCormick 



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STUDENT LIFE 



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ME, SUH? I DIDN'T TAKE THAT CREST. 




NIGHT 



OF THE P. 8. W. 









TEA PARTY? 



IS THIS S. E. B.? 



DOWN WITH THE PIKES 




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BUY YOUR BOOKS, SEND YOU TO SCHOOL, AND WHAT DO YOU DO, . .? 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



OUR ADN'ERTISERS HAVE DEMONSTRATED THEIR 

FAITH IN US. LET US SHOW OUR FAITH IN THEM 

BY PATRONIZING THEIR FIRMS. 

Index of Advertisers Page 

A 6v W Hoot Beer 137 

Adelle Grill 141 

Automoti\ e Ser\ ice 136 

Balfour 142 

Baptist Book Store 143 

Batson Hardware 145 

Borden's 136 

Burr-Patterson and Aiild 146 

Capitol Music Co. 1 43 

Central School Supply 138 

Cicero's ' 143 

Citizen's Bank 137 

C;oca-Cola 139 

Continental Trailways 147 

Dennerv s Sea Food 136 

E. B.'s' 140 

First Federal Saxings and Loan Ass'n 144 

Greyhound Bus Terminal 142 

Hawkins Studios 140 

Heciernian Brothers 148 

Horrells Studios 144 

Huddleston Jewelers, Inc 140 

Independent Linen Service 143 

Jamison Laundry and Cleaners 138 

Kennington s 141 

King the Tailor 145 

Kwik Laundry and Cleaners 138 

Lloyd Ford Co 137 

Madison .^uto Sales 143 

Millsaps College 144 

Millsaps College Book Store and Grill 146 

Mississippi Optical Co. 145 

.Mississippi Power and Light Co 138 

Mississippi School Supply 147 

Morgan and Lindsey 136 

Mori's 145 

The New Green Derby 138 

North State Pharmac> ' 145 

O'FerralFs Jewlers 137 

Paragon Press 148 

Shamrock r)ri\ e-In 145 

Smith Shoe Shop 145 

Snack Shop loS 

Southwest Drug Store 142 

Standard Photo Co 140 

Stevens 142 

Tot Tolar's Super Service 142 

\'ogue 145 

Walkers Drive-In , 138 

l.,ewis Wilson 146 

Wilson-Ge\ cr 138 

Wright Music Co 142 



Page 134 




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REAl ESTATE I INSURANCfi 




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740 East Silas-Brown St. 



Jackson, Miss. 



MORGAN 


AND 


LINDSEY 


"Stor 


es of Courtesy" 


Morgan Center 




Jackson, Miss. 


L. W. Shelton, Mgr. 




Phone 6-5481 



AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE CO. 



Harold McDaniel, owner 



211 South West Street 



Phone 2-3634 



Jackson, Miss. 






Compliments 






Of 




CITIZEN'S BANK 




Member F.D.I.C. 




FLORENCE, 




MISSISSIPPI 





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UDmMOMnDS 

414 E. Capitol 
JACKSON, Miss. 



LLOYD FORD CO., INC. 



New Cars 
Used Cars 



New Trucks 
Used Trucks 
{ 




Sales Service 

"Mississippi's Largest Ford Dealer" 

430 S. State Jackson, Miss. 



A & W ROOT BEER 




A & W ROOT BEER 
DRIVE INN 

Old U. S. 51 North 
KENNETH L. BRYAN, Prop. 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



A FRIEND 



Better Light For Better Sight 

MISSISSIPPI 
POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 

Helping Build Mississippi 

For 

Over a Third of a Century 



A COMPLETE SELECTION OF 

WALLPAPER, PAINT, ETC. 

Let Us Help You With Your 

Decorating Problems 

SPECIAL PRICES TO FRATERNITIES 

SORORITIES AND OTHER SCHOOL 

ORGANIZATIONS 



\WAUfAfm PAINTSr 

DSLAMmST. • r.O. Ba2l32 

JACKSON S . MISSISSIPPI 




FOR: Quality & Service 



GUESS ?- WHO 



FOR: Service 



Dial 2-3333-7 AM to 6 PM 



SNACK SHOP 

"Good Food Around the Clock" 

DAVID JONES 
Ov/ner and Manager 

No. 1-1222 N. State Street 
Phone; 5-3726 - 2-9727 

No. 2-117 South Roach 
Phone: 5-9187 



THE NEW GREEN DERBY 
RESTAURANT 

Where Good Food is Served 
Private Dining Rooms 
For 
Parties and Banquets 

Highway 80 West 

At For Reservations 

The Drake Motel Phone 2-1895 



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Dial 2-0707 

In by 11:00 out by 5:00 
(No Extra Charge) 

1 Hour Service at Main Plant 

133 Millsaps Avenue 
619 West Capitol - 214 N. Congress 



CENTRAL SCHOOL SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

Athletic Supplies 

School Supplies 

School Equipment 



1806 N. State Street 
JACKSON, 



Phone 5-3890 
MISSISSIPPI 



WALKER'S DRIVE-IN 

E. B. WALKER, Owner 

GOOD FOOD 

Reasonable Prices 
3016 N. State Street 
Phone 6-9154 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT 



THE COCA COLA PLANT 




"Have a Coke" 



JACKSON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 



Hi-way 30 west 



Jackson, Miss. 





VISIT 


STANDARD 


PHOTO COMPANY 


For the Finest 


in All Photographic Equipment 


CAMERAS 


SUPPLIES 


FINISHING 


ENLARGEMENTS 


513 E. Capitol 


JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 




CATERING TO THE JEWELRY NEEDS 
OF MILLSAPS STUDENTS 

EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRS 
JEWELRY FOR ALL OCCASIONS 



E. 


B. 


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RESTAURANT 


SEAFOODS 








STEAKS 








CHICKEN 








SANDWICHES 


North 


Stat 


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HAWKINS STUDIOS 

PORTRAITS 
PARTY PICTURES 
WEDDINGS 
SPECIAL OCCASIONS 



507 E. Pearl 
JACKSON, 



Dial: 2-7818 
MISSISSIPPI 





ADELLE GRILL 



Pizza 
Short Orders 



Lunches 
Soft Drinks 





Mrs. Ester Kelly, owner 



Corner N. West Street and Adelle 



(^ompllmentd L>^ -y(r friend 







L.G. Balfour Company 

New Orleans 18. - - Louisiana 

fraternity, sorority & club insignias 
favors - trophies 

"Buy the Best, Buy Balfour" 

LOUIS R. DWORSHAK, Representative 

619 S. CARROLLTON AVENUE 
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 



SOUTHWEST DRUG STORES 



AND 



MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY 

1201 Terry Road 
JACKSON, AvMSSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



GREYHOUND 



BUS TERMINAL 




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RECORDS - 

RECORD PLAYERS 



PIANOS 
INSTRUMENTS 



TOT TOLAR'S 
SUPER SERVICE 

1200 Northside Drive & U. S. 51 North 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



STEVEMS 

HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX 
One of America's Finer Stores for Men 



221 E. Capitol 



JACKSON, MISS. 



INDEPENDENT 
LINEN SERVICE COMPANY 



of Mississippi 




Phone: 2-1822 
4-401 1 



3/ 



CAPITOL MUSIC COMPANY 

HI-FIDELITY MUSIC 

"acclaimed 'round the world" 

H. E. "Ed" DANIELS 

135 E. Amite Street 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



1957 PONTIAC 
Star Chief Custom 4-Door Catalina 




MADISON AUTO SALES INC. 

277 E. Pascagoula Street Phone 3-6307 Jackson, Miss. 



CICERO'S 

Home of Bucaaneer Room 
and Crow's Nest 

105 N. STATE JACKSON, MISS. 



BAPTIST BOOK STORE 




JACKSON, 



MISSISSIPPI 



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You're Always Welcome Here 




The Savings Center 
of Mississippi 

FIRST FEDERAL 

Savings & Loan Association 
Capitol at State — Jackson, Miss. 




618 N. STATE 



dial 3-0640 



TO THE CLASS OF 1957 




Congratulations on your new relationship with the College. Your continued in- 
terest, your guidance and your support, as active alumni, is invited and earnestly 
solicited. Upon you, as the product of Christian higher education, rests the respon- 
sibility for leading the nation and the world in the quest for truth and the good life. 
The best wishes of the administration, faculty, and the staff go with you as you take 
your place in the community. 

Wherever you go, Millsaps College, its influence and its reputation, goes too. 
We hope you will return to the campus often. 

MILLSAPS COLLEGE 



NOTH STATE PHARMACY 

"Right Across the Street 
From the Girl's Dormitory" 

1808 North State 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



VOGUE 


MISSISSIPPI'S 


CAMPUS 


FASHION 


LEADER 


146 E. Capitol 


JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



SHAMROCK 


DRIVE - IN 




Millsaps Studer 


its Always 




Welcome 


At 




SHAMROCK 


DRIVE - 


IN 


5128 North 


State 




PETER J. COSTES, Owner & Manager 


Millsaps 


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For Style in Clothing 



MISSISSIPPI OPTICAL 
DISPENSARY 



CONTACT 
LENSES 



FASHIONED 

DESIGNED 

GLASSES 



425 E. Capitol Street 

and 

110 Medical Arts Building N. State 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



It's Mori's 



FOR LUGGAGE 

GIFTS 



ACCESSORIES 



111 W. Capitol JACKSON, MISS. 



BATSON HARDWARE 

115 Triangle Drive at Tripps Crossing 

Phone 6-2734 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



SMITH'S 
CITY SHOE SHOP 

(Near the Viaduct) 
Chosen First in the Nation 
For Superior Workmanship 

315 West Capitol 
Phone 2-3378 



Millsaps College Book Store & Grill 




"Leisure Time Center" 






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The Store For Men Who Core . 



Annually . . . 



First Choice of 



Men Who Wont The 



Finest In Men's Wear 



Jj^dMlLf^ 



215 E. Capitol 



BURR-PATERSON & AULD 

Fraternity and Sorority Pins 

RINGS 

JEWELRY 

FAVORS 

"See Swack for all your Fraternity 
and Sorority needs." 

J. D. Swackhamer, repre. Dial 6-3178 



Compliments 
of 

Mississippi 
School Supply 





FOR EVENTS THAT 
ARE IMPORTANT 

From weddings to parties, life's most im- 
portant occasions call for impressive in- 
vitations and announcements. See us for 
suggestions. 

Hederman Brothers 

Printers • Stationers • Lithographers 

327 E. Pearl Phone 2-4421 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 




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Many of our best customers came to us through friendships 
formed around the annual planning table or from former 
grads like yourself who first saw our work In their annual. 



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requirement of business .... attained by long study, t.-rining and 
experience • We have enjoyed the confidence of yearbook Staffs 
throughout the country for over thirty years .... an accomplishment 
for which we are truly grateful and justly proud .... 

COLLEGE ANNUAL DIVISION 

ALABAMA ENQRAVING COAiPANY 

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