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MILLSAPS in motion
As a dysiamk focal point
of the finest in higher
education, Mill saps offers
direction tov^ard enviable
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EDUCATION in motion ...
Balanced by cultural and
disciplinary studies, Millsap
seeks to instill a
propelling desire for
STUDENTS in motion ...
Each individual as a
growing and maturing
student is an integral
rt of cannpus life.
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RELIGION in motion ...
Religious growth and
development are the
products of a spiritual
av/areness vWiicfi every
Millsaps student senses.
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TRADITION in motion ...
The beauty and glory
of the past live on,
and the character of
each student body leaves
its mark of progress.
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AaiVlTIES in itiQ
Students find^ growing
satisfadiofr through active
participation in a
variety of extra-curricular
V,.,. ,. '■V^
ATHLETICS in motion ..
Intercollegiate athletics and
intrannural competition voice
expression of a profound
love for sports and a
desire for victory.
RECREATION in motion ..
Amid the busy schedule of
classes and sfucZ/J^^*^^**^"^
recreation and relaxation
keep a progressive student
IN MOTION ...
^ ^ STAFF
Business Manager and
Barbara Helen Himel
^ Feature Editor
Billye Dell Pyron
in motion ..
For many years, Paul Hardin has held a
place of esteem and affection in the hearts
of Millsaps students. He is recognized as a
man of character, unselfish, conscientious,
and devoted. Because of his wisdom and
good-will, students readily turn to him for
assistance and advice. His is an attractive
personality, humorous and tolerant, enriched
by travel and varied experience. He is a
student, well-informed and scholarly. He is a
teacher whose knowledge, wisdom, and
Christian character have helped to mould
many generations of Millsaps Students. To
him, with high respect and love, we dedicate
this volume of the Bobashela.
PAUL D. HARDIN
Registrar and Associate Professor of English
DR. JAMES E. Mccracken
MR. JAMES W. WOOD
Dean of Students
DR. JAMES S. FERGUSON
Dean of the Faculty
DR. H. E. FINGER
MRS. ANNE PEEBLES
MR. PAUL D. HARDIN
Dean of Women
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TO THE MFLLSAPS COLLEGE STUDENT:
Your Bobashcia is a permanent record of how you and your
fellow students looked during college days. It represents an
account of some of the activities whfch consumed your energies.
Your annual also reminds you of what your college was
like. Campus scenes, faculty pictures, notes about occasions and
events — these recall for you the more serious side of college
life and underscore the permanent values of study and inquiry.
You will enjoy this book now. You will enjoy it even more
in future years. Your Alma Mater hopes that what has been
begun here can be continued and accelerated as you pursue
further study or begin your life of full employment in some
Your friends arc more interested in what you will be like
in ten or twenty years than in what you look like now. So are
you. Your activities in college are important. Your activities
beyond college arc more important. May they be exciting,
constructive, and rewarding.
Best wishes to all of you.
H. E. Finger, Jr.
Presidcnl of Millsaps College
Homer Ellis Finger,. Jr.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
M. A. FRANKLIN Chairman
B. M. HUNT, D.D Vice-Chairman
N. J. GOLDING, D.D Secretary
A. B. CAMPBELL, LL.D Treasurer
Terms Expire in 1962
John F. Egger Meridian
W. B. Selah, D.D., LL.D Jackson
J. D. Slay, Sr., D.D. , Laurel
V. D. Youngblood, LL.D Brookhaven
R. G. Moore, D.D Batesville
N. J. Golding, D.D Greenville
Fred B. Smith, LL.D Ripley
Roy N. Boggan Tupelo
Terms Expire in 1965
B. M. Hunt, D.D Hattiesburg
J. W. Leggett, Jr., D.D Jackson
B. M. Stevens, LL.D Richton
C. Robert Ridgway Jackson
W. L. Robinson, D.D Columbus
J. T. Humphries Cleveland
W. T. Brown Greenville
John McEachin Grenada
Trustee Emeritus: R. L. Ezelle, LL.D.
Assistant Professor of Sociology; B.A., M.A.. Ohio State
ROBERT E. ANDING
Assistant Professor of Religion; A.B.
B.D.. Emory University.
Instructor in History; B.A.
Louisiana College; M.A.,
WILLIAM H. BASKIN
Professor of Romance Languages; A.B., M.A., Uni-
versity of North Carolina; The Sorbonne; University of
Poitiers; Japan Society Scholarship, Duke University.
ROBERT EDWARD BERGMARK
Associate Professor of Philosophy; A.B., Emory Uni-
versity; S.T.B., Advanced Graduate Work, Boston Uni-
DAVID REECE BOWEN. JR.
Assistant Professor of Political Science; B.A., Harvard
University; B.A., M.A., University of Oxford.
GEORGE WILSON BOYD
Professor of English; B.A., Murray State College; M.A.,
University of Kentucky; Ph.D., Columbia University.
LELAND C. BYLER
Associate Professor and Acting Chairman of the De-
partment of Music; B.A., Goshen College; M.M., North-
western University; Advanced Study, University of
Michigan, University of Colorado.
LOWELL J. BYLER
Assistant Professor of Music; B.S., Goshen College;
M.M., University of Michigan; Advanced Study, North-
ELMER C. CALLOWAY
Associate Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Milisaps Col-
lege; M.S., University of Alabama.
Professor of Biology; B.S., M.A., George Peabody Col-
lege for Teachers; Ph.D., Vanderbilt University.
EDWARD M. COLLINS
Assistant Professor of Speech; Debate Coach; B.A.,
Milisaps College; B.D., Emory University; M.A., State
University of Iowa.
MRS. KAY B. COOLEY
Assistant Librarian; B.A., B.S., Louisiana State Uni-
MRS. MAGNOLIA COULLET
Associate Professor of Latin and German; A.B., Mill-
saps College; A.M., University of Pennsylvania; Gradu-
ate work, American Academy in Rome. University of
Associate Professor of French; .A.B., Barnard College,
Columbia University; Diploma De La Sorbonne, EcoU
De Preparation Des Professeurs De Francais A L'Etran
ger; Faculty of Letters, University of Paris.
MRS. HELEN DANIEL
Hostess, Ezellc Hall.
RICHARD J. FAIRBANKS
Instructor of Music; B.M., M.M., Westminster Choir
College; Pupil of John Finlcy Williamson.
JAMES SHARBROUGH FERGUSON
Dean; Professor of History; A.B., Milisaps; A.M.,
Louisiana State University; Ph.D., University of North
Carolina; Ford Scholar, Yale University.
NEAL BOND FLEMING
Professor of Philosophy; A.B., B.D., Emory University
S.T.M., Ph.D., Boston University; Ford Scholar, Har-
CHARLES B. GALLOWAY
Associate Professor of Physics;
A.M., Tulane University.
B.S., Millsaps College;
Secretary to the Dean of Students.
MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN
Associate Professor of English; A.B., Agnes Scott Col-
lege; A.M., Tulane University.
Associate Professor of Speech; Director of the Millsaps
Players; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., Northwestern
University; Special study, the Manhattan Colony; Cine-
ma Workshop, University of Southern California.
JOHN L. GUEST
Associate Professor of German; B.A., University of
Texas; M.A., Columbia University; Advanced Gradu-
ate Study, New York University; Ottendorfer Fellow-
ship in Gremanic Philology, Bonn University; Fulbright
Scholar, University of Vienna.
Secretary to the President.
PAUL D. HARDIN
Associate Professor of English; A.B., Millsaps College;
A.M., Duke University; Graduate Work, University of
ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES
Professor of Education; A.B., LL.B., University of
Tennessee; Vice-Consul of the U. S. in Scotland and
England; A.M., Advanced Graduate Work, George
NELLIE KHAYAT HEDERI
Assistant Professor of Spanish; A.B., Mississippi State
College for Women; A.M., Tulane University.
NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY
Instructor of Secretarial Studies; B.A., Mississippi State
College for Women.
WILLIAM H. HUCKABAY
Assistant Professor of Music: B.M., M.M.. Louisiana
State University; Advanced Study, Florida State Uni-
GEORGIA M. HUTTON
R.N., Mercy Hospital - Memorial Street, Vicksburg,
WENDELL B. JOHNSON
Assistant Professor of Geology; B.S., M.S., Kansas
State College; Graduate Work, Missouri School of
SAMUEL ROSCOE KNOX
Associate Professor of Mathematics; A.B., A.M., Uni-
versity of Mississippi; Graduate Work, University of
FRANK MILLER LANEY
Associate Professor of History; A.B., University of
Mississippi; A.M., Ph.D., University of Virginia.
WARRENE WARRINGTON LEE
Business Office Bookkeeper.
RUSSELL W. LEVANWAY
Associate Professor of Psychology; A.B., University of
Miami; M.S., Ph.D., Syracuse University.
THOMAS WILEY LEWIS. HI
Instructor in Religion; B.A.. Milisaps College; B.D.,
Southern Methodist University.
JAMES J. LIVESAY
Public Relations Manager
JAMES E. Mccracken
Dean of Students; Assistant Professor of Psychology;
M.S., Muskingum; A.M., Ph.D., Ohio State University.
GEORGE LAMAR MADDOX. JR.
Professor of Sociology; A.B., Milisaps College; S.T.B.,
A.M., Boston University; Ph.D., Michigan State Uni-
HARRY STOCKWELL MANLEY
Professor of Political Science; A.B.. Westminster Col-
lege; LL.B., University of Pittsburgh School of Law;
Ph.D., Duke University.
ROSS HENDERSON MOORE
Professor of History; B.S., M.S., Milisaps College; A.M.,
University of Chicago; Ph.D., Duke University.
Associate Professor of English; A.B., Mississippi State
College for Women; A.M., Duke University.
MRS. STELLA W. NEWSOME
A.B., Mississippi State College for Women; M.A.. Uni-
versity of Mississippi; Doctor of Literature, Salem
Instructor in Romance Languages; B.A., Provincial In-
stitute of Santiago de Cuba; Advanced Study, University
Dean of Women; B.A., Texas Christian University.
JAMES DAVID POWELL
Associate Professor of Psychology and Education; B.S.,
Milisaps College; M.A., University of Alabama.
JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE
Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Milisaps College; M.S.,
University of Mississippi; Ph.D., Louisiana State Uni-
RICHARD R. PRIDDY
Professor of Geology; B.S., Ohio Northern University;
A.M., Ph.D., Ohio State University.
THOMAS LEE REYNOLDS
Professor of Mathematics; B.S., Guilford College; A.M.,
Ph.D., University of North Carolina.
ARNOLD A. RITCHIE
Assistant Professor of Mathematics; B.S.. Northeastern
State College of Oklahoma; M.S., Oklahoma A.&M.
College; Advanced Graduate Work, Oklahoma A.&M.,
University of Tennessee.
Hostess, Sanders and Whitworth Hall.
MARVIN G. SMITH
Assistant Director of Physical Education; Head Football
Coach; B.B.A., A.M., University of Mississippi.
BETHANY C. SWEARINGEN
Librarian; A.B., Milisaps College; B.S. in Library Sci-
ence, University of North Carolina; M.A., Columbia
JONATHAN M. SWEAT
Instructor of Music; B.S., M.S., Juilliard School of
MRS. MERLE VAUGHN
Hostess, Burton and Galloway Hall.
ELBERT STEPHEN WALLACE
Professor of Economics and Business Administration;
A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Ph.D., Duke
Associate Professor of Economics; A.B., A.M.
Graduate Study, University of Texas.
ROBERT PORTER WARD
Assistant Professor of Biology; B.S., A.M., George
Peabody College for Teachers; Advanced Work, Michi-
gan State University.
MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE
Professor of English; A.B., Birmingham-Southern Col-
lege; A.M., Harvard University; Ph.D., University of
B.F.A., Chicago Art Institute, William M. R. French
Fellowship; Study and Teaching, Pennsylvania School
of Art Summer School.
JAMES W. WOOD
JAMES DAUSEY WROTEN, JR.
Professor of Religion; A.B., Millsaps College; B.D.,
Southern Methodist University; A.M., Ed.D., Columbia
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Floyce Addkison Jackson
Social Science Forum; Psychology Assistant; Wo-
Carrie Ainsworth Florence
Frank Allen, Jr Jackson
Jane Alice Anderson Jackson
IRC, Social Science Forum
Else Marie Aurbakken Algiers, Algeria
Beta Sigma Omicron-President; Who's Who, Pi Delta
Phi-President, IRC, Majorette Club, Dean's List,
Beauty; Women's Council-President, Christian Coun-
cil, Wesley, WCW-Secretary, Singers-Secretary, Tour
Choir, Debate, Players, Orientation Counselor
Grady Sullivan Bailey Lexington
Kappa Alpha; Cheerleader
Betty Bartling Jackson
Chi Omega-President; Miss Miiisaps, Who"s Who,
Sigma Lambda-Historian, Dean's List, K.DE-Presi-
dent, Westminster, Panhelienic
Marilyn Dee Bates Jackson
Phi Mu-Representative, Registrar; Eta Sigma Phi-
Vice-President, Latin Assistant; P&W, Wesley, Players
Gay Bennett Madison
Student Senate, Canterbury Club, Christian Council,
Dolores Bigner . Jackson
Allen David Bishop Meridian
Who's Who; Theta Nu Sigma-President, German
Club-President, Schiller Gesselschaft, Players
Sue Helen Blaine Hazlehurst
Kappa Delta; Singers, BSU, Women's Council,
Virginia Alice Bookhart Jackson
Chi Omega: Dean's List, Chi Delta, Pi Delta Phi,
Writers' Club; Singers, P&W-News Editor, Band
Nancy Jean Boyd Jackson
Kappa Delta; Who's Who, KDE, Alpha Psi Omega.
Dean's List; Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl;
Players, Tour Choir
Beverly Jo Bracken Newton
Eta Sigma Phi, Eta Sigma, P&W, WCW
Charles Brackett Jackson
Shirley Ann Bridges Crystal Springs
IRC, Modern Language Club. BSU, YWCA
Gardner Brock Clinton
Lambda Chi Alpha-Pledge Trainer; Band
Harold Brooks Mendenhall
Pi Kappa Alpha-President; Players, Intramurals
Albert Yates Brown, Jr West Point
Phi Delta Ihcta; IRC, MSM-President
Walter U. Brown, Jr Laurel
AED; German Club
Malese Brunson Meridian
Chi Omega; Dean's List, KDE; Tour Choir, Madri-
gals, BSU, Players
Allen Bugg Pearl
Who's Who; ODK; M-Club, Dean's List, Alpha Phi,
Student Senate; Sociology Assistant; Washington
Joe Burnett Bay Springs
Ronald Carruth McComb
Dean"s List, Social Science Forum, IRC
Sue Cater West Point
Chi Omega; IRC; Singers, Tour Choir, Wesley,
Mary Carol Caughman Laurel
Chi Omega-Secretary; Dean's List, KDE; BSU-Vice-
President, Band, Singers
Gienda Chapman Newton
Phi Mu; KDE; Concert Choir, Madrigals, BSU,
Lester Clark, Jr Hattiesburg
Kappa Alpha; Dean's List; Madrigals, Tour Choir,
Mary Janice Clark Brookhaven
Dean's List, Math Assistant; BSU, Singers
Vic Clark Jackson
Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Psi Omega-President,
Hunter McKelva Cole Laurel
English Assistant; Westminster-President, Writers'
Club, Christian Council, P&W, Players, Singers,
Roy Collins Jackson
Kappa Alpha-No. Ill; Bobashela-'Business Manager;
Theta Nu Sigma-Vice-President, Westminster, Singers
William P. Cooper, Jr Pass Christian
Lillian Nelle Coulter West Monroe, La.
Phi Mu; Singers, Wesley, National MSM Conference;
YWCA; Writers' Club, P&W
Charles C. Craft Vicksburg
German Club, Band, Singers, Intramurals [ 29 ]
Amanda Farmer Taylorsville
Kappa Delta; Concert Choir, Madrigals, Chapel
Choir; Christian Council; BSU. Players
Kurt Feldman Clarksdale
Theta Nu Sigma, Dean's List, Physics lab-assistant;
DSP-Secretary, Deutscher Verein-Vice - President;
James V. Ferrell Starkville
Joan Frazier Louisville
Phi Mu-Treasurer; Sigma Lambda, KDE, IRC, Dean's
List, Majorette Club, Student Senate, Singers, MIC-
Secretary; Orientation Counselor, Westminster Fel-
Grace Louise Frost Natchez
Phi Mu; Alpha Psi Omega-Secretary; Players-assistant
stage manager; P&W
Thomas J. Gardner, III Jackson
Kappa Sigma-(jMC; Football
Albert Davis Jackson
Kappa Sigma-Secretary; Dean's List
Dorothy May Davis Utica
WCW, Wesley, YWCA, 'singers, P&W
Sue Jean Downing Jacksoii
AED-Rcpresentative. Dean's List; Biology Assistant
Betty Dribben Greenwood
Kappa Delta-President; Who's Who, Sigma Lambda-'
President, KDE. Majorette Club, Dean's List; Student
Body Secretary, Sophomore & Junior Class-Secretary,
Selma Earnest Slate Spring
Who's Who, Sigma Lambda, Pi Kappa Delta, Home-
coming Maid; BSU, Debate Club
Carolyn Ruth Edwards Lyon
Vikings-Secretary, KDE, Student Senate, Dean's List;
Gail Edwards Lyon
Chi Omega; Canterbury Club, Players, Bohashelu
Gayle Dean Erwin Greenwood
Who's Who, ODK, Theta Nu Sigma, Alpha Phi.
Student Body President, Freshman Class President,
P&W Business Manager, M Club; Football
Elaine Everitt Prentiss
Kappa Delta-Secretary; Student Senate, Dean's List;
Biology Assistant, Wesley, Players
John Sharp Gatewood Mt. Olive
Pi Kappa Aipha-Vicc-President; Master Major, Who's
Who, IFC-President, Alpha Phi; Ministerial League,
Wesley, Players, Singers, Football, Student Senate
Jackie Giffin Louisville
Kappa Sigma-Guard, Rush Chairman; Singers
Pat L. (iilliland Jackson
Kappa Alpha-No. I; Who's Who, Assistant to Student
Body President; Christian Council-Vice-President,
IRC-Vice-President, Psychology Assistant, Canter-
Jo Anne Goodwin Meridian
Christian Council-Treasurer, Women's Council-Sec-
retary, WCW-President, Wesley
Robert Stanley Gulledge, III Jackson
Student Senate, Chemistry Assistant; German Club
Joseph B. Harris Vicksburg
Eta Sigma Phi, IRC, Social Science Forum, Dean's
List; Washington Semester; P&W-News Editor
Winfred Blake Harrison Raymond
Lambda Chi Alpha; M Club; Tennis
Margaret Zoe Harvey Tylertown
Kappa Delta; Majorette Club, Social Science Forum,
Dean's List; Psychology Club, P&W
Buddy Hatchell Columbia
Alpha Psi Omega; Players
Ola Mae Hays Jackson
Who's Who. IRC, Social Science Forum, Dean's
List, Washington Semester, Student Senate, Political
Science Assistant, Debate Club
Sue Hemphill Springhill
Phi Mu; Majorette Club; YWCA, Wesley, Players
Rudolph Hollingsworth Carthage
Student Senate, Ministerial League, Wesley
Carson Holloman Batesville
Kappa Sigma-Secretary; Dean's List; IFC-Secretary,
Robert Merrill Houston Philadelphia
Alpha Phi, Dean's List; Ministerial League, Singers
Ruby Jewell Houston Grenada
Eta Sigma, Eta Sigma Phi, Social Science Forum-
Secretary, Dean's List. President's List, Triplett
Award; Sociology Assistant r gj i
Martin Leonard Howard . .
Lambda Chi Alpha
Barbara Sue Hudson
James L. Humphries
Lambda Chi Alpha-Pledge Trainer;
Dennis R. Johnston Shannon
Ann Ryland Kelly . Yazoo City
Dean's List Wesley, Players, YWCA, Woman's
Council, Singers. P&W
William D. Kennedy Magee
Frances Kerr Jackson
Dean's List; Intrannirals
Roger W. Kinnard Philadelphia
Kappa Alpha; Football, Baseball, Intramurals, Phy-
sics Laboratory Assistant
Kay Kirschenbaum Vicksburg
AED-Secretary, Majorette Club; Schiller Gesellschaft-
President, German Club. Biology Assistant
John C. Hunsucker Potts Camp
Bobbie Jean Ivy Jackson
Eta Sigma Phi-Secretary; Eta Sigma. Dean's List;
BSU, Student Assistant
Charles Jennings Kosciusko
Pi Kappa Alpha - Rush Chairman. ODK, Theta Nu
Sigma. Alpha Psi Omega, Alpha Phi Dean's List;
Players, Singers, Student Senate, Editor-in-Chief of
the I960 Bobashela
Charles Johnson New Albany
Gwen Harwell Johnson New Albany
Dean's List; Wesley, WCW
Brent Johnston Jackson
Kappa Sigma-Guard; M. Club; Football. Players
Joe Lambert Natchez
Kit Kat, Pi Delta Phi; P&W-Managing Editor, Band
WiUiam R. Lampkin Baldwyn
Ministerial League, Singers
Brack Lange Jackson
Pi Kappa Alpha-Pledge Trainer; Stylus-Business
Manager, Players-Business Manager; Alpha Psi
Omega; Singers, IFC; Dean's List, Speech Assistant
Alfred David Lasaine Chicago, III.
Theta Nu Sigma-Secretary, Dean's List; Mathematics-
David Allen Lawrence Greenville
Kappa Sigma; "M" Club; Football, Ministerial
Donald Duncan Lewis Louisville
Lambda Chi Alpha; Ministerial League-President,
Singers-Tour Choir, Dean's List, President's List, In-
tramurals, P&W Business Staff
Karolyn Long Florence
Mary Glynn Lott Kilmichael
Phi Mu-Sec; Majorette Club; Wesley, Players,
Elizabeth Lowrance Columbus
Phi Mu; YWCA, Westminster, Singers
Robert E. McArthur Jackson
Eta Sigma, IRC-President, Social Science Forum-
President, Dean's List
James McAtee Jackson
Theta Nu Sigma, Dean's List
Mary Grace Cox McCarley Jackson
Kappa Delta; Wesley, Band, Players, Major Facts,
Jeannine McGuire McComb
Social Science Forum; Singers, Stylus
Bill McKnight Jackson
Kappa Alpha; D.S.F., Christian Council, Players
David McMullen Newton
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Edna McShane . Greenwood
Phi Mu-Pledge Trainer: Sigma Lambda, Social Sci-
ence Forum, Dean"s List; Wesley, YVVCA-Treasurer,
Tour Choir, Washington Semester
Larry Marett Sardis
Who's Who, ODK., AED, Dean's List; German Club,
Baseball, Basketball, Football
Margaret Ann Merrell Jackson
Phi Mu-Vice President; Sigma Lambda, AED-Sec-
retary, Pan-Hellenic-Vice-President, Majorette Club-
President, Dean's List, Math Assistant; Singers, Tour
Richard Franklin Milwee Fort Worth, Texas
Kappa Alpha; Dean's List; Canterbury Club
Rita Ann Mitchell Meridian
KDE-President, Homecoming Court; Canterbury
Ina Carolyn Paine Jackson
Eta Sigma, Eta Sigma Phi, Chi Delta, Dean't List;
German Club, Tour Choir, Concert Choir, Madri-
Annis Julia Pepper Greenille
Chi Delta, Eta Sigma Phi, Dean's List; WCW, P&W
Jane Carol Pepper . .
AED, KDE, Dean's List; Singers
Virginia "Bunny ' C. Pierson Jackson
Kappa Delta, Sigma Lambda, Alpha Psi Omega, Eta
Sigma, Majorette Club, Dean's List; Bohasliehi. Play-
ers, Tour Choir, Wesley
Lucille Pillow Greenwood
Kappa Delta-President; Who's Who, Sigma Lambda-
Vice-President, AED, Majorette Club. Favorite
Student Senate, Woman's Council-President, Orien-
tation Committee, Women's Division, MlC-Secretary,
Westminster-President, Band-Drum Majorette
Kent Prince Newton
Who's Who, ODK-President, Alpha Psi Omega, Alpha
Phi, Kit Kat, Dean's List; P&W-Editor, Favorite
Jack Rawson Jackson
Kappa Sigma; Dean's List; Tour Choir, Intramurals,
John Thomas Ray, Jr. Hollandale
Sigma Alpha Episilon; "M " Club; Baseball
Martin H. Reeves Jackson
Lambda Chi Alpha-Treasurer; BSD. Singers. P&W,
Anne Revels Jackson
Beta Sigma Omicron; Singers, YWCA, BSU
Sue Belie Roberts Hazlchurst
Chi Omega; KDE; DSF, Singers, YWCA
Wallace Eugene Roberts Meridian
Student Senate; Madrigals, Tour Choir
Peggy Rogers Jackson
Who's Who, Sigma Lambda, Eta Sigma, Chi Delta-
Vice-President, Pi Delta Phi-President, Pi Kappa
Delta-Vice-President, IRC, Woodrow Wilson Fellow-
ship, National Oratorical Contest- 1st place, John C.
Carter Oratorical Award, Dean's List; Stylus-Assistant
Editor, P&W-Feature Editor, Players
Nell Newton Ross Lewisburg
Vikings-Treasurer; WCW-President, Singers, Wesley
Charles Rueff McComb
John Terrell Rush . . Lake
ODK, IRC, Social Science Forum, Dean's List; His-
tory Assistant, Ministerial League-Secretary, Singers,
William N. Rushing .• . . . . Itta Bena
Kappa Sigma-G.P.; AED-Vice President, Theta Nu
Sigma-Treasurer, National Science Foundation Fel-
lowship, Botany Assistant, Dean's List; Canterbury
Sue Sanders Columbia
Phi Mu; Alpha Psi Omega, Chi Delta, Dean's List;
Players-Costume Chairman, P&W, Singers
Wilma Sanderson Laurel
Kappa Delta-Social Chairman; English Assistant;
BSU, Singers, Players
Bill Satterfield Canton
Lambda Chi Alpha
Tom Schultz ■. . . . Tunica
Lambda Chi Alpha-Treasurer
Jack A. Shearer, Jr Jackson
Kappa Alpha; Kit Kat; Young Democrats-President,
MIC-Chairman Press Association, P&W-Assistant
Nancy Shearin Atlanta, Ga.
Beta Sigma Omicron; BSU
Peter Sheely Gulfport
Biology [ 35 ]
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Pete Tate Carthage
Lambda Chi Alpha
Jewel Taylor Starkville
Beta Sigma Omicron-Vice President, Treasurer; Sigma
Lambda-Secretary, Treasurer, KDE, Majorette Club,
Student Senate, Dean's List; Panhellenic-President,
Singers, Players, Wesley, WCW
Oliver Beaman Triplett Forest
Lambda Chi Alpha; Dean's List; Band, Singers,
Gene Turnipseed Jackson
Kappa Sigma; Intramurals
Douglas Wade Jackson
Social Science Forum, IRC
Wayne Sherman Vicksburg
"M" Club, Student Senate; Singers, Tour Club. Tennis
Team, Wesley, Ministerial League, Dorm Manager
Emily Shields ...
Betty Jean Smith
Lady Ann Snuggs Jackson
B(>h(isliel(i-C\asfi Editor, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl
Court, Dean's List, Wesley
David R. Steckler Biloxi
Lambda Chi Alpha, Band, Football
Marler Stone Jackson
Lambda Chi Alpha-Vice President, Secretary; Who's
Who, Alpha Phi, Junior Class President; Singers-
David Strong Crosby
Kappa Alpha; "M Club"; Baseball, Intramurals
Mary Lee Stubbleficld Yazoo City
Kappa Delta-RLish Chairman; Pi Delta Phi, English
Assistant; P&W-Feature Editor, BSU
John Lewis Sullivan, Jr. Jackson
Pi Kappa Alpha-Secretary; Alpha Psi Omega-Vice
President, '59 Acting Award; Players, Singers, Tour
Jackie Walden Jackson
Kappa Delta; KDE, Dean's List; Players, Singers,
Mississippi Canterbury Association-Secretary
J. Charles Walker Laurel
Kappa Alpha-Vlll; Student Senate; Christian Coun-
cil-President, Cheerleader, Ministerial League, Union
Committee, Orientation Committee
Virginia Helen Walker McComb
Phi Mu-Corresponding Secretary, Historian, News-
letter Editor; Chi Delta-President, KDE-Vice-Presi-
dent. Dean's List, P&W-Feature Editor, Managing
Editor, Bobashela, Players, Band
Elizabeth Walter Morton
KDE; P&W, Wesley
David Weaver Ackerman
Kappa Sigma-G.M.; Who's Who, Favorite; Sopho-
more and Junior Class- Vice-President, IPC, Singers,
Leon Weaver Natchez
YWCA, Westminister, Players
Jeannie Wesley Columbia
Dean's List; Wesley-Secretary, Singers, Tour Choir,
Mary Alice White Jackson
Phi Mu-President; ]RC-Secretary-Treasurer, Dean's
List; Young Democrats-Vice-President, Singers, Mad-
rigals, Panhellenic, Bobashela
Don E. Wildman Ripley
P&W-Sports Editor, Ministerial League, Wesley, In-
Richard Oliver Williams Jackson
Don W. Williamson, Jr Meridian
Kappa Sigma; IRC; Intramural Council-President,
Junior Class-Treasurer, Basketball
Lewis Wilson, Jr Jackson
Alpha Phi Omega; German Club
Margaret Woodall Coffeeville
KDE-Secretary, Dean's List; Dorm President, Wo-
men's Council. Singers, Tour Choir, Wesley
Margaret Yarbrough Indianola
Kappa Delta-Vice President-Treasurer; Who's Who,
SEB-Treasurer, Sigma Lambda, Eta Sigma, Eta Sig-
ma Phi-President, Pi Kappa Delta-Vice President,
KDE, Carter Essay Medal. President's List, Bour-
geois Medal, Tribbet Scholarship, Homecoming
Queen, Favorite, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Court,
Debate Award, Tour Choir
Paul Young Tupelo
Student Senate, Dean's List; Ministerial League-Presi-
dent, Singers, Intramurals
Adcock, Donald Hattiesburg
Banks, Carmine Vicksburg
Barfoot, Fred Allen Union
Barlow, David Wesson
Barnett, JoRee Jackson
Bean, Freddie West Point
Bilbe, Evelyn Wilson. Ark.
Boone, Gary Laurel
Boutwell, Gary Shubuta
Bowie, William Howard Lexington
Briscoe, Frances Senatobia
Brown, Mary Meridian
Brown, Thomas L Jackson
Brumfield, James Jackson
Burdine, Price Amory
Buskirk, Betty Okolona
Butler, Ella Lou Shuqualak
Byars, Vance Jackson
Cain, Charles Fairman Jackson
Callaway, Ted Clinton
Carney, Bud Crystal Springs
Cochran, Hilda Poplarville
Cooper, Linda Jackson
Cooper, Nina Corintii
Copeland, Cecil Quincy, Jr Jackson
Craig, Faith Prairie
Crawford, Lynda Jackson
Creel, Richard, Jr Biloxi
Crews, Ellen Jackson
Criscoe, Glenice Carthage
Crisler, Jane Port Gibson
Crosby, Bill Indianola
Cunningham, Nina Lorine Memphis, Tenn.
Dobbs, Maxine Mathiston
Dunshee, Nancy Starkville
Edwards, James Bryant Pensacola, Fla.
Eldridge, Martha DeKalb
Felder, Hugh R Summit
Felker, Henry Gerald Columbia
Ferguson, Suzanne Beaumont, Tex.
Finger, Janie . Raymond
Flowers, Howard Jackson
Ford, Larry Evon Taylorsville
Fortinberry, Bill Jackson
Fridge, Irene Magnolia
Frost, Jack Memphis, Tenn.
Fulgham, Carroll Decatur
Gammage, Emily Jo Perkinston
"Bui all I did was pinch her.'
Garner, Martha Jo Eupora
Gales. Linda Fay Mendenhall
Gieger. Eddie Laurel
Graham, Gayie Waynesboro
Gray, James Harold Grenada
Grayson, Ryan Moselle
Greenway, John Chevy Chase, Md.
Griffin. Jean Greenville
Hamblin, Lucy Jackson
Hampton, Linda Helena, Ark.
Harrigill, Donald Ray Brookhaven
Havens, Lou Jackson
Hemphill, Barbara Grenada
Heritage, Nancy Greenville
Hertz, Nancy Jackson
Himel, Barbara Helen Leland
Hollingsworth, Ruby Carthage
Hopkins, Don Jackson
Houston, Reuben K... Jr Bay Springs
Huff, Lucy Meridian
"Hey! An outdoor balhluh!"
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Hughes, Charlie Jackson
Hutchins, Elizabeth Jackson 4.
James, Robert Earl Hazlehurst
Johnson, Janice D'Lo _^^^^Kf^)>^^^^^^ i
Jones, Betty Lynn Hollandale
Kelly, Ralph F. Jackson
Kenesson, Cherry Ann Quitman
King, Sally Winona ^^ "^^-^
Krohn, Bobby Jackson ^^i^^l
Lawrence, Bettye Jo Brandon ^^T '^ -»
Lewis, Carter Liberty
Libby, David Louisville V.
Lockhart, Jim B, Jr Jackson
Loucks, Lois Hesston, Kan. (
McAllister, Ruth New Albany
McKinley, Billy Jackson
McMullen, Claudia Henry Brookhaven
Mabus, Claudia Drew _
Magee, Barbara Oakland
Malone, Carol Minter City ^^'
Maloney, James Con Jackson
Martin, James Burke Summit
Martin, Newton Hall, Jr Jackson
Maynor, Bob Jackson
Miles, Lynn Memphis, Tenn.
Mitchell, Janis Corinth
Molpus, Billy Gene Philadelphia
Mooney, Bill Meridian
Morris, Royce Kosciusko
Naylor, Robert H., II Jackson
Newman, John Edward Enid
Noble, Nash Hazlehurst
Nobles, James, Jr. Jackson
Ogden, Charlotte Macon
Oliver, Ann Marie Jackson
Orndorff, Mary Ann Jackson
Patrick, Patti Tupelo
Perkins, John Burton Spring Ridge
Perry, Mary Jo Louin
Pittman, Calvin Newton
"B — o — b — a — what?
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Prevost, Fay Boyle
Pyron, Marvin Indianola
Rankin, Ann Canton
Ray, Martha Meridian
Redding, Ed Jackson
Renfroe, Margaret Ann Meridian
Rhodes, Jim Vicksburg
Ricker, Charles Pascagoula
Ridgway, Rayburn Hunter Jackson
Roan, Kenneth L Jackson
Robertson, Kenneth Barkiey Pascagoula
Robinson, Harold Booneville
Rogers, Curtis : Jackson
Rogers, Elizabeth Bissell Laurel
Ross, Vernon F Hernando
Royals, Tom Taylorsville
Ryan, Jack Summit
Sanders, William Meridian
Saxton, Bethel Lou Benton
Shields, Carole Grenada
Campus aqiititics entluisiasi!
Singleton, David Forest
Smith, Karl Dee Decatur
Stacy, Don Jackson
Sturdivant, Ann Tupelo
Sullivan, John Calhoun, Jr Jackson
Thomas, William Boyd Greenwood
Thompson, Marianne Jackson
Tomlinson, Ruth Marie Jackson
Toney, James Mendenhall
Vallas, Maria Jackson
Varner, Joe Ed Vicksburg
Waits, Mary Elizabeth Sumrall
Wallace, Charles Jackson
Wallace, Rheta Ann Etta
Walters, Jon Jackson
Ward, Frazier Jackson
Watkins, William M Jackson
Webb, Sarah Jackson
Wesson, Betty Louise McComb
Whitwell, Joe Senatobia
Wiggers, Alice Grey Indianola
Woods, John Evans Mt. Olive
Worley, Nancy Meridian
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Ainsworth, Wayne Summit
Aldridge, Sandy Mobile, Ala.
Alexander, Gail Vicksburg
Amelung, Alice Ann Greenwood
Angle, Mary Frances Laurel
Ash, Henry Centreville
Aurbakken, Hanne Brit Algiers
Babb, James L Jackson
Barksdale, Eleanor Jackson
Batson, Susanne Clarksdale
Becker, Charles Joseph, Jr Jackson
Beshear, Karen Pascagoula
Billups, Billy Grenada
Brantley, Nell Richton
Bratton, Barbara Tupelo
Britt, Denny Ruleville
Brook, Judy Amory
Brown. Bob Meridian
Buckley, Reginald R Jackson
Bullock, Cal, Jr Jackson
Burgess, Georgie Ann Nettleton
Burke, Diane Hattiesburg
Burnett, Ivan Meridian
Burns, Ellen Jackson
Caden, Jackie Jackson
Caraway, Carolyn Van Greenville
Carr, Shirley Anne Tupelo
Cater, Carole Laurel
Clemandot, Andre, Jr West Point
Coats, Susan Columbia
Cook, Wendell, Jr Meridian
Crossley, Marian Laurel
Couillard, Senith Natchez
CouUet, Tink Jackson
Curry, Judy Memphis, Tenn.
Davenport, William Eugene Yazoo City
Davis, Patricia Lynne Jackson
Davis, Woody D Pachuta
Dement, Frank Jackson
Denton, Betty Katherine Raymond
"r iMw wi ct SKMftifag
Dodd. Phyllis Jackson
Dorselt, Peter Lucedale
Douglass. Morgan Prairie Point
Drais, John H New Orleans, La.
Dumas. James R. Prentiss
Dunn. Virginia Carolyn Biloxi
Fallin. Glen Marcus Brookhaven
Fernandez. J. Raul Pinar Del Rio. Cuba
Ferrell. Margaret Starkville
Ford, Becky Jackson
Fortenberry. Donald Summit
Fulton. Tom Clarksdale
Garrison. Gail Batesville
Gipson. Fred Philadelphia
Glenn. Ralph Gulfport
Goodwin, Ben Meridian
Goodyear. Barbra Gulfport
Gorum. Larry Tyler, Texas
Gresham, Eleanor Clarksdale
Grice. Lynda Ann Tupelo
Grisham. Nancy Corinth
Haining. Gloria Clarksdale
Harris, Harley Jackson
Hart, Sue Jackson
Haynes, Jim Jackson
Henking. Ginna Memphis. Tenn.
Howell. William B. Jackson
Huddleston. Martha Ann Tchula
Jackson. Charles S Clarksdale
Jackson. Clara Frances Jackson
"Of course, she was a little hesitant, but — "
Jenkins, Susie Jackson
Johnson, Jerry Wayne Jackson
Johnson, Phyllis Jackson
Jones, Merritt Centreville
Jones, Thomas R Saltillo
Keech, Maja Miami, Florida
Kennedy, Ann Danville, Kentucky
Kennedy, Joe Martin Newton
King, Patsy Brookhaven
Kolman, Philip Jackson
Langford, Howard Charles Marks
Lee, Lynda Laurel
Leggett, Bobby Vicksburg
Lemasson, Emily Jackson
Leverett, Jimmy Monroe, La.
Lewis, Harmon Tylertown
Lewis, Jimmy Meridian
Lipscomb, Nancy Jackson
Long, Pat Tupelo
Lowry, Anne Woodville
Lowry, Bob Laurel
Lyons, Russell Clinton
McClinton, Eloise Quitman
Mcintosh, Dan Anderson, 111 . Mendenhall
McLaurin, Mac Hollandale
Miller, Cherry Woodville
Miller, Grace Margaret Nev,' Orleans, La.
Mitchell, Jerry Jackson
Mize, Susanna Jackson
Monk, Judy Jackson
Mood, James I Yazoo City
Moore, Tommy Indianola
Mounger, George M Calhoun City
Mozingo, Jimmy Jackson
Mullins, Sylvia Macon
Muiiins, Tommy Macon
Noblin, J. T Jackson
Odoni, Bobby Vicksburg
Parker, Jean Quitman
Peden, Rachael Macon
Peeples, Carl A., Jr Grenada
Perry, Patricia Ann Crystal Springs
Phillips, Allen Duane Southington, Ohio
Phillips, Carl Keeton Quitman
Phipps, Maudean Jackson
Pitner, Carolyn New Albany
Potts, James Hollandale
Prouty, Shirley Jackson
Pyron, Billye Dell Indianola
Ransburgh, Suzanne Sturgis
Rayner, Jimbo Jackson
Regan, Anne Jackson
Roberts, Peggy Jackson
Robinson, George Robert Whitfield
Robison, Carole Utica
Sanders, Eleanor Sue Vicksburg
Sanford, Charles Pat Jackson
Sartoris, Brenda Jackson
Sawtelle, Gary Aberdeen
Scott, James Hugh Jackson
"Uh-oh, it's a raid!'
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Scott, Oscar J Gunnison
Shannon, Carolyn Hattiesburg
Shepard, James C, Jr., Montgomery, Ala.
Shirley, Betty Sue Bastrop, La.
Simnis, Moody Jackson
Smith, Joseph Aubrey Natchez
Smith, R. Lucean Union Church
Sowell, Ralph Jackson
Stevens, Josh Macon
Stockett, Bethany Jackson
Strickland, Mary Louise Minter City
Sullivan, Alice Port Gibson
Summers, Judy Memphis, Tenn.
Swartzfager, Jon Laurel
rhompson, Barbara Sue Ackerman
rhompson, Michael R. Pascagoula
rhompson, Patricia Webb Greenwood
fynes, Elizabeth Louise Biloxi
Jnderwood, Jimmy Forest
Vade, Mildred Ann Starkville
Valcott, Kenneth, Jr HoUandale
Vallick, Diane Grenada
Vardlaw, Lee McComb
Vebster, Carol Joyce Vicksburg
Vebster, Ruth Starkville
Wells, Alice Durant
Wells, Hilda Jackson
West, Bettye Yazoo City
Westmoreland, Betty Jackson
Wetmore, Devada Greenwood
White, Martha Louise Greenwood
Whitten, Letitia Jackson
Wible, James H Pensacola, Fla.
Wikstrand, Barbara Alice Gulfport
Wilkerson, Amy Jackson
Wilkins, William T. Ciarksdale
Williams, Charles O Jackson
Williams, Kelly Gulfport
Woodall, Edward, Jr. Coffeeville
Young, Nancy Caroline Brookhaven
Allen, Clyde Clarksdale
Allen, Dorothy Virginia Aberdeen
Allen, Joan Geliada Flemingsburg. Ky.
Allen, Robert Hugh Aberdeen
Arrington, Jamie Collins
Ash, Ann Centreville
Atkinson, George Jackson
Baker, John Robert Greenwood
Ballcw, Jimmy McComb
Bishop, Sara Ann Sardis
Black, Linda Kay Morton
Blackmon, Nancy Greenville
Boswell, Beverly Jackson
Bowman, Ann Fayette
Box, Elizabeth Aberdeen
Brantley, Will Davis, Jr Jackson
Britt. Gary Ruleville
Brooks, Marion Shirley Vicksburg
Bufkin, Billy Jack Wiggins
Burdick, Kathryn Brockport, N. Y.
Burks, Brenda Greenville
Burt, Frances Evelyn Drew
Burt, Martha Elizabeth Jackson
Butler, Barbara Jonestown
Butler, Dorothy Allen Greenville
Caldwell, Richard Dale Flora
Camp, Nath Thompson Anderson, S. C.
Carmichael, Brent Jackson
Carr, Sarah Frances McComb
Carter, Linda Woodville
Catchings, Charles Woodville
Chambers, Billy Lee Clinton
Chancellor, Peggy Brandon
Clark, John Taylorsville
Clark, Sara El Dorado, Ark.
Clifton, Wayland R Kosciusko
Clower, Bennie Sunflower
Cockrell, Deborah Jackson
Coleman, Bonnie Jean Magnolia
Copper, Miriam Elizabeth Monticello
Cunningham, Judy Greenville
Dabney, Pamela Crystal Springs
Davis, Wilkes Jackson
Dawson, Julia Pascagoula
Dennis, Byron Jackson
Dicks, Lillian Baton Rouge, La.
Dickson, Pauline Mount Olive
Dickson, Penny Jackson
Doss, Kay Clarksdale
Downing, Martha Ann Jackson
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Dribben, Gwen Greenwood
DuBard, Cynthia Grenada
Eikert, Kenneth Vicksburg
Ellis, Bill Jackson
Erwin, Roberta Atlanta, Ga.
Evans, Donna Yvette Yazoo City
Everett, Peter Case Jackson
Everett, Robert Case Jackson
Farris, Kathryn Ann Nashville, Tenn.
Ferrell, Marilyn Batesville
Filby, Ed Des Moines, Iowa
Garland, May Jackson
Gatewood, Alex Doddsville
Gibson, Bobby Joe Meridian
Goodman, William Donald Pelahatchie
Gordon, Martha Win Florence
Graves, Sandra Jackson
Graves, William E Crystal Springs
Griffin, Barbara Laurel
Grosskoff, Phyllis Ann Jackson
Grubbs, Martha Memphis
Haining, Dick Clarksdale
Hall, William R Natchez
Hammonds, Rodney Gene Grenada
Hand, Sally Jackson
Hardman, Bill Pensacola, Fla.
Harrell, Betty Palo Alto, Calif.
Harrigill, Alan Howard Brookhaven
Harrison, Edwina Faye Natchez
Hasseltine, Lee, Jr Corinth
Heard, Ann Tupelo
Hendricks, Patty Franklin, Ind.
Herring, Felix Grenada
Herrington, Juan Dean Jackson
Hill, Pat Louisville
Hinson, Margaret Aberdeen
Holderfield, John Jackson
Hudson, Jan Natchez
Hutchins. Lockie Jackson
Hymers, Susan Jackson. Tenn.
Johnson, Charlotte V Senatobia
Jones, Huey Cannon Columbia
Jones, Justine Hattiesburg
Jordan. Miriam Carthage
Keller, Paul Charles Natchez
Kenny. Diana Jackson
Kerr, Kathryn Greenwood
Kibler, Myra Lynn Meridian
Lacy, Don Jackson
Lammons. Georganne Jackson
Lane. Linda Moore Brandon
Lautar. Matthew West Point
Lawhon. Lawson Tupelo
Lawson, Lois Marie Yazoo City
Lazarus, Herman McComb
Ledbetter, Diane Jackson
Lewis, Clayton Philadelphia
Lewis. Fred Jackson
Lewis, Lynda Canton
Levi, Dempsey Ocean Springs
Loflin, Mack Elzy Natchez
Loper, Nancy Beth Ocean Springs
Lowe, Eugenia Ethel
McCullouch, Reba Elizabeth Louisville
McDaniel. Henry Jackson
McDonnell. Mary Sue Hazlehurst
McDougal. John Small Winona
McEachern, Charles Jackson
McHorse, Tom Jackson
Mclnnis, Sarah Laurel
"It's a tittle stronger than NO-DOZE, but — "
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Mclntire, Troy Leland
McLain, William Gerald Corinth
McLemore, Jimmy Forest
Magee, Beth Jackson
Mathews, Don Southenyton, Ohio
Mathews, Durward Yazoo City
Mayberry, Ann Jackson
Meadows, David Greenwood
Meek, Nancy Bryan Forest
Meisburg, Steve Jackson
Miller, Jimmy Lee Clarksdale
Miner, Cora Meridian
Mitman, Mary Laurel
Moore, Billy Jackson
Moseley, John Charles Meridian
Mulhearn, Edwin Natchez
Myers, Jerry Leon Magee
Nabors, Jackie Tutwiler
Norton, Bennie Sue Brookhaven
Nunn, Sandra Washington
Oliver, Janet Drew
Orr, Patsy Ackerman
Ott, Cobern Osyka
Parker, Brenda Jackson
Paterson, Malcolm Live Oak, Fla.
Perkins, Linda Jackson
Persons, James Brady Jackson
Phillips, Gene Jackson
Pryor, Mary Ellen Laurel
I'leed, Keith Centreville
Regan, Nancy Catherine Belzoni
Richardson, Johnny Jackson
Roberts, James Bo Biloxi
Robison, Patsy Batesville
Rogers, James Hopkinsville, Ky.
"Like, — real talent!'
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Ross, Johnnye Jackson
Rush, Thomas Prentiss
Scott, Martha Jean Leland
Shaw, Dean Hazlehurst
Simmons, Penny Vicksburg
Sklar, Peter Jackson
Slade, Judy El Dorado, Ark.
Siade, Paula Janet Jackson
Smith, Carleen Vicksburg
Sorrels, Laura Belzoni
Stamps, Dennis Prentiss
Stanley, George Vicksburg
Starnes, Patsy Natchez
Stout. Thomas Pascagoula
Sumner, George , . . . . Hattiesburg
Sweeton, Nancy Bristol, Conn.
Throckmorton, Monica . Clermont Harbor
Treadaway, Marcus Hollandale
Underwood, James Forest
Utesch, Dianne Jackson
Vance, Wallace Ray Union
Walker, Elizabeth McComb
Walker, Martha Ellen Hollandale
Wallace, Virginia I^ittle Rock, Ark.
Ward, Sandra Jackson
Warren, Libba Laurel
Wheat, Linda Jackson, Tenn.
Whitaker, Dixie Lee Woodville
Whiteside, Carole Ashland
Wideman, Sherry Hattiesburg
Wilhurn, James Leland
Wilkerson, Johnnette Pascagoula
Winders, Jo Kathryn New Albany
Woo, Brian Belzoni
Woods, Dale Jackson
WoolU, Martha Ann Leland
Yarbrough, Bettye Pickens
Yates, Florilea Clinton
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SEATED: Prince. Jeiinini^s. KusI,. Ihnmc. Envin. Carney. STANDING: Moore. Ridf-eway. Clark. Pkketl. Wood.
OMICRON DELTA KAPPA
KENT PRINCE President
ALLEN BUGG Vice-President
DR. ROSS MOORE Recording Secretary
DR. H. E. FINGER, JR Faculty Advisor
Oniicron Delta Kappa, national Icatiorship honorary lor men, recognizes and encourages achieve-
ment in five major phases of campus life: scholarship: athletics; student government, social and relig-
ious affairs: publications: and speech, music, drama, and the other arts. There are five indispensable qual-
ifications for membership in ODK. They are exemplary character, responsible leadership and discrimi-
natory service in campus life, superior scholarship, genuine fellowship, and consecration to democratic
Membership in Oniicron Delta Kappa is a mark of highest distinction, honor, and obligation. It is
the highest honor which can be attributed to a Millsaps man.
DR. HE. FINGER, JR.
DR. JAMES FERGUSON
MR. J. W. WOOD
DR. ROSS MOORE
MR. GEORGE PICKETT
MR. C. R. RIDGEWAY
MR. ROBERT MAYO
MR. G. C. CLARK
MR. ALBERT SANDERS, JR.
SEATED: Taylor, Pillow, Dribben, Peebles, Bartling
Merrell, Earnest, Graham, Rogers.
STANDING: Pierson, Yarbrough, Frazier,
BETTY DRIBBEN President
LUCILE PILLOW Vice President
JEWEL TAYLOR Secretary-Treasurer
BETTY BARTLING Historian
MRS. RUFUS PEEBLES Advisor
Sigma Lambda, women's leadership honorary which parallels Omicron Delta Kappa, represents
the ultimate in achievement for a Millsaps woman.
Sigma Lambda has as its official purpose "... to foster leadership and sound scholarship; to
cooperate with the college administration in the maintenance of high social standards; to be a forum
for the discussion of questions of interest to the college and particularly to the women students ..."
Margaret Ann Merrell
Bunny Cowan Pierson
Mrs. Rufus Peebles
Mrs. H. E. Finger
Miss Mildred Morehead
Miss Elizabeth Craig
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FIRST ROW: Bartling. Dribben. Yarhroiigh.
SECOND ROW: Prince. Erwin. Weaver. Marett,
, Hays, Rogers,
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES
Being nominated and accepted for membership into Who's Who Among Students in American
Universities and Colleges is a signal honor for any college student.
The following eighteen students, picked on the basis of their outstanding contributions and achieve-
ments in all phases of student activities, this year represent Millsaps in the national Who's Who directory:
Lucile Gillespie Pillow
Selma V. Earnest
Nancy Jean Boyd
Margaret Ann Rogers
Sarah Margaret Yarbrough
Winner Kent Prince
Gayle Dean Edwin
Else Marie Aurbakken
Grace Elizabeth Bartling
Ola Mae Hays
Pat Lee Gilliland
Clay Marler Stone
Lawrence Edward Marett
Allen David Bishop
David Robin Weaver
lohn Sharp Gatewood
Charles Allen Bugg
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DR. MILTON WHITE
SEATED: White, Boyd, Hardin, Lambert. STANDING: Son-ell, Ryan, Prince. Saucier, Kiintz.
Kit Kat, the "oldest and most exclusive honorary on Millsaps Campus," is an organization which
recognize male writers of outstanding literary accomplishments. With a goal of encouraging creative
writing and excellence in the literary arts, Kit Kat members support and contribute to STYLUS and the
Southern Literary Festival.
Chi Delta, women's creative writing honorary, is the sister organization of Kit Kat. Through activi-
ties such as contributions to STYLUS and the Southern Literary Festival, Chi Delta strives to encourage
interest in creative writing among Millsaps women.
FIRST ROW: Gayle Graham, Peggy Rogers, Virginia Helen Walker . . . SECOND ROW: Carolyn Paine, Vir-
ginia Alice Bockhart, Annis Pepper.
VIRGINIA HELEN WALKER
MR. EDDIE COLLINS
Charles Rickcr. Maii;<ircl Ydrhrouali. Schmi Ernesl, PcKfiy Rogers. Mr. Collins.
PI KAPPA DELTA
Pi Kappa Delta, national forensic honorary, taps each year those Millsaps students who have
excelled in debate, oratory, extemporaneous speaking, or individual original speaking. The Millsaps Invi-
tational Debate Tournament, widely recognized as one of the South's finest tournaments, is sponsored
each year by Pi Kappa Delta and serves to further its purpose of stimulating progress and interest in
intercollegiate speech activities.
Eta Sigma, Millsaps scholastic honorary, is reserved for those students of at least junior standing
who have maintained a 2.6 index or better.
The qualifications are high, the membership is small, but the exclusiveness of this honorary only
emphasizes the honor of belonging.
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FIR.ST ROIV: Dean Feri;inon. Carolyn Paine, Peggy Rogers. Bunny Cowan Pierson. SECOND ROW: Mar-
garet Yarhrough, Robert McArlhur.
BOBBY JEAN IVY - ■
DEAN J. FERGUSON ■
BOBBIE JEAN IVY
MRS. MAGNOLIA COULLET
MR. W. T. JOLLY
FIRST ROW: Garrison, Gresham, Pepper. Biiskirk, Criscoe . . . SECOND ROW:
Lawrence, Hamblin, Brown, Bates, Hampton . . . THIRD ROW: Carney, Yarbrough,
Burns, Ogden, Mr. Jolly . . . NOT PICTURED: Carolyn Paine.
ETA SIGMA PHI
Eta Sigma Phi, the Miilsaps classical languages honorary, emphasizing the culture and writings of
ancient Greence and Rome is composed of those students who have excelled in their studies in the de-
partment of classical languages. The highlight of the year is the annual Roman Party.
Eta Sigma Phi sponsors each year the Alfred Porter Hamilton Award presented to the best student
of Latin at Murrah High School.
PI DELTA PHI
Pi Delta Phi, a local honorary recognizing attainment and scholarship in the study of the French
language and literature, honors those students with a high overall scholastic average who have shown
a special interest in things concerning France.
Pi Delta Phi taps not only Miilsaps students; honorary members are chosen from among the faculty,
alumni, and townspeople who have shown unusual interest in French culture.
Mr. Baskin, Linda Cooper, Mary Lee Stubblefield, Mia Aurbakken, Virginia Alice
Bookhart . . . NOT PICTURED: Peggy Rogers.
MARY LEE STUBBLEFIELD
MR. WILLIAM BASKIN
HERR JOHN GUEST
CHARTER MEMBERS: Kirsclicnhuiim, Boone, Faulkner, Bishop, Guest . .
PICTURED: Hendee, Pennington, Dowling, Balgord, Williams.
Schiller Gesellschaft, one of the newer honor aries on Millsaps campus, has as its purpose the
recognition of outstanding interest and scholarship in the German language and culture. Founded by
Herr Guest in 1959, Schiller Gesellschaft encourages high scholarship through the members' presenta-
tion of individual research papers.
KAPPA DELTA EPSILON
Kappa Delta Epsilon, an honorary which is representative of one of the largest pre-professional
groups on campus, taps outstanding members of the group of Millsaps women preparing to teach. An
exceptionally active honorary, the Millsaps chapter of Kappa Delta Epsilon not only sponsored a
Christmas party at the Old Ladies' Home, a High School Day display, and a Founders' Day Luncheon,
but was host this year to the district Kappa Delta Epsilon convention.
FIRST ROW: Walker, Barlling. Miulwll, Woodall, Mrs. Powell . . . SECOND ROW:
Walter, Brunson, Yarbrougli, Pepper, Taylor, Banks, Edwards . . . THIRD ROW: Pillow,
Walden, Ernest, Dribhen, Chapman.
VIRGINIA HELEN WALKER
MRS. J. D. POWELL
DR. DONALD CAPLENOR
FIRST ROW: Dr. Caplenor, Rushing, Bishop, Lasaine, Faulkner .
Jennings, Feldman, McAlee, Erwin.
THETA NU SIGMA
Membership in Theta Nu Sigma, honorary science fraternity, is awarded in recognition of ex-
cellence in scholarship and leadership in the field of natural science. Theta Nu Sigma members, through
presentation of individual research papers, strive to promote interest among all students in natural and
mathematical sciences, to make available to members scientific facts and discoveries, and to encourage
continuation of study in graduate school.
ALPHA EPSILON DELTA
The pre-medical honor society, Alpha Epsilon Delta, promotes the interests of its members and
bridges the gap between pre-medical and medical schools. Leadership, scholarship, expertness, character,
and personality are considered in those students judged for membership.
FIRST ROW: Merrell, Kirschenbaum, Rushing, Boone, Dr. Price, Marrelt, Downing,
Pillow . . . SECOND ROW: Ward, Lihby, Bradshaw, Jenkins, Lee, Pepper, Brumfield,
Grice' . . . THIRD ROW: Maynor, Brown, Larr, Ross, Ulmer, Harbor, Edwards, Harrigill.
MARGARET ANN MERRILL
SUE JEAN DOWNING
DR. J. B. PRICE
RUBY JEWEL HOUSTON
DR. GEORGE MADDOX
DR. HARRY MANLEY
FIRST ROW: Dr. Maddox. Tomlinson. Hoiislon. McArlhur . . . SECOND ROW:
Riis/i, Harris. McGiiirc, Anderson. Harvey, Hayes. Canningham, Varner.
SOCIAL SCIENCE FORUM
The Social Science Forum taps those students who have shown outstanding abilities in the field
of social sciences. This organization this year incorporates the former psychology honorary, Psi Delta
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB
A student body well-informed in terms of local and national political situations is the goal of the
Millsaps International Relations Club. The organization, whose membership honors outstanding stu-
dents genuinely interested in the fields of political science and current history, stimulates interest in
these fields through first-hand reports from students who have recently traveled overseas and open for-
ums on timely subjects.
FIRST ROW: Frazier. White. Anderson. Aiirbakken, Hayes, Dr. Moore . . . SECOND
ROW: Brown. Mc Arthur. Rush. Carney. Perkins, Whilwell. Dr. Ferguson, Dr. Lanev . . .
NOT PICTURED: Peggy Rogers.
ISiff ' '"^'^a^Safli
■ BUD CARNEY
5 Vice President
MARY ALICE WHITE
I DR. ROSS MOORE
FIRST ROW: Nancy Boyd, Ruth Tomlinson. Sue Sanders, Grace Frost. SECOND ROW: Johnny Sullivan, Vic
Clark, Charles Rueff, Buddy Hatchell, Jack Ryan, Charles Jennings.
ALPHA PSI OMEGA
Alpha Psi Omega, National Dramatics Honorary, stands out among honoraries of its type in that
it rewards not only those who have shown outstanding dramatic ability but also those who have made
valuable contributions backstage.
At the close of each year's dramatic season, recognition of outstanding dramatic effort and tech-
nical contribution is made by this honorary at the annual Players' banquet.
Tack Ryan, Alpha Psi Omega, as Howard Sevens,
and Gayle Graham as Rosemary Sidney in
MR. LANCE GOSS
Alpha Psi Omega members, Vic Clark and
Grace Frost working hard on the set for
"Life With Father."
Johnny Sullivan, Alpha Psi Omega, as Hal Carter,
and Barbara Hemphill as Madge Owens in "Picnic."
MARGARET ANN MERRELl
MISS MARY ANN EDGE
FIRST ROIV: Aurbakkcn. Mubus, Edi;c. Merrill. Picrson. Hemphill . . . SECOND
ROW: Mitchell, Loll, Tomlinson, Lee, Malone, Drihhen, Fridge. Taylor . . . THIRD
ROW' Brook, Harvey, Johnson. Fruzier. Kirsclienbaiim, Pillow. Yarbroiigh, Shannon.
The Majorette Cluh, whose membership honors outstanding interest in intramural sports, taps
those women who have participated in three or more intramural tournaments. This is the organization
responsible for Stunt Night, the traditional competition in which social groups vie for the coveted
The pre-requisite to membership in the "M" Club is one unique among Millsaps honoraries — that
of earning the official letter "M" in intercollegiate athletics. The "M" Club recognizes its most out-
standing members at the annual Football Banquet through the awarding of the trophies for the Most
Improved Player and the Most Valuable Player.
FIRST ROW: Ray, Kinnard. Wallace, Ray, Strong
Marett, Gatewood, Williain.<ion, Phillips.
SECOND ROW: Redding.
COACH ERM SMITH
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* • • .
Planning for perfection, then doing what you can
. . . living under the horror of misspelled words and
misplaced pictures . . . pondering long over risque
captions . . . struggling to unite creatively words
and phrases that say best what you mean . . . trying
SEATED: Richer, Coidlet. Himcl. Sniiggs, Cooper, Worley. Couillord. Pyron. Moloney, Lewis. STANDING:
Fernandez, Angle. Edwards, Shields, Burns, Stubblefield, Stockett. Hcnking. Burgess, Prouly, Mize. Regan, Collins.
tactfully to keep the "nosy rosies" out of the picture
file . . . thinking long and working hard . . .
decisions and worry . . . then finally relief . . . the
work all done . . . the effort exposed . . . memories
in print ... a humble pride beneath a hopeful
sigh . . . BOBASHELA
SEATED: Sturdivant. Blaine, Jones, Cooper, Renfroe, Curry, Batson, McClinton, Wiggers. STANDING: Ray-
ner, Vomer, Collins, Longford, Ceiger.
KENT PRINC F
BUSINESS STAFF: Allen Butler. Gavie Erwin. Sandy Aldridge. Barbara Biiller
Business Manager, 1959
PURPLE & WHITE
EDITORIAL STAFF: FIRST ROW: Sullivan. Stubblefield. Rogers, Bookharl. Ryan. SECOND ROW: Bur-
gess. Curry, Bales, Batson, West. Walter. THIRD ROW: Kenney. Walker, Greenway. Graham. Levcretl,
By the more distinguished students, it is known as the Purple
and White, but by the members of the staff, the Millsaps news-
paper is more affectionately called the Pean W. Besides carrying
such features as "Ham on Ryan" by amusements Editor Jack
Ryan and "My Friends" by John C. Sullivan, the Pean W. is
the original publisher of the famous "gort" by Michael Kelly.
As each paper was born, headlines were written, proof read,
and paste-up was partially completed through the efforts of
Diana Kenny, Jack Shearer, and Joe Lambert. Feature Editors
Peggy Rogers and Mary Lee Stubblefield stepped in on those
Sunday afternoons exhausting their imaginations to dispose
of vast holes left in the pages because of the miscalculations
Occasionally students would cooperate with Nina Cunning-
ham, Society Editor, and fall in love so that she could write
about their getting pinned or engaged.
After all this hubbub, and despite faulty cars, late engravings,
and general chaos, Editor Kent Prince, Business Manager Gayle
Erwin, and News Editor V. A. Bookhart made Monday night
treks to Raymond to cope with stone proof readings and to con-
verse with Tommy, Billy, and Vic at Keith Press.
Second semester, Ralph Sowell stepped up from the position
of Sports Editor to Editor-in-Chief, enabling Editor Prince to
retire and once again take up his original role of student.
With constant pleadings from Editor Prince to turn in stories
on time, appeals to write heads, and just general bickering on
his part, such writers as Jim Leverett, John Greenway, Joe Harris,
Liz Walter, Mack Cole, Sylvia Mullins, Ed Woodall, etc., etc.,
etc., gayly cursed and turned in their material on time (or late),
and the Purple and White made its weekly appearance, though
rarely read in its entirety.
Business Manager, 1960
THE MILLS APS PLAYERS
Through the talented leadership of Lance Goss, the Millsaps
Players, as one of the most outstanding campus activities, has evolved
into one of the finest theatrical groups in the South.
Appearing on the Players" program for this year were such first-rate
productions as "Life With Father," "Picnic," "Bells are Ringing," and
"Androcles and the Lion."
THE MILLSAPS SINGERS
Bonnie J. Coleman
Betty K. Denton
Clara Frances Jackson
Rheta Ann Wallace
Leland Byler, Di
Mary Ann Orndorff
Mary E. Waits
Mary Alice White
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Richard Fairbanks, Director
Mary E. Waits
Mary Alice White
The Concert Choir, formerly the Tour Choir, has this year proved itself to be one of the finest
organizations of its kind. During the year the choir has presented several outstanding programs and, in
addition to the usual tour in the state, sang at the General Conference of the Methodist Church in Den-
The Madrigal Singers, this year enlarged to 20 members, have had an outstanding year. Through
performances for churches and clubs throughout the state as well as locally, this group has provided
excellent publicity for Millsaps College.
The Chapel Choir is the largest group of the Singers and has well proved its worth by providing
music for the Chapel Service each week. In addition to this the group has participated in the Feast of
Carols and "The Messiah."
Lowell Byler, Director
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MR. LELAND BYLER
THE MILLS APS BAND
DRUM MAJORETTE: Mary Sue McDonnell. MAJORETTES: Ann Perry, Sandra
Graves, Sue Hart, Ellen Crews, Mary Stuart Hamilton.
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The Millsaps Band, under the direction of Mr. Leland Byler, experienced a most
progressive year. In addition to providing music for the football games, the band was
on hand to give concerts for a variety of events including High School Day.
DR. GEORGE W. BOYD
Arlhiir Kiinlz. Gordon Saucier, Jack Ryan, Dr. George Boyd
Creativity and its careful evaluation by both faculty representatives anti qLialified students are the
principal elements which contribute to the bi-annual publishing of STYLUS. Millsaps literarv magazine.
Any Millsaps student is eligible to submit his original prose, poetry, or art work for publication in
Dcutscher Verein, better known as the German Club, is open to all students interested in the Ger-
man language and culture. While the monthK meetings boast excellent speakers and films, the highlight
of the year is the annual Christmas party, at which the members enjoy German food and entertainment.
MR. JOHN GUEST
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FIRST ROW: Jolinson. Garrison, Starnes . . . SECOND ROW: Butler, Kibler,
Hemphill. Mitman, Mclnnis, Cunningham, Stubblefield, A. Regan, N. Regan . . . THIRD
ROW: Butler. Weaver. Pryor, Whiteside. Sweeton. Harvey, Midlins, Lemasson, West.
MISS MARY ANN EDGE
The Boosters' Club was organized on Millsaps Campus this year under the auspices of the cheer-
leaders. Through many activities such as goal-post decoration, pom-pom sales, and posters, this group
contributed strongly to school spirit.
The Debate Club is the campus forensic organization whose membership comprises the Millsaps
Debate Team. This group, under the direction of Mr. Edward Collins, travels extensively each year to
some of the nation's top debate tournaments and has gained for Millsaps a high place among intercollegi-
Charles Ricker, Mr. Collini. Don Stacy, Bill Watkins. Beverly Boswell, Alan Henderson,
Billy Moore, John C. Sullivan.
IR. EDWARD COLLINS
MR. ROBERT BERGMARK
FIRST ROW: Mr. Bcri;mtirk. Ofiilen. Wcilkei. Gilliland . . . SECOND ROW: Cole,
Ross, Burns, Humhiin. Goodwin. Mullins, Benncll. PcUrick. Adcock.
The Christian Council plays an integral role in campus religious life as the student agency which
plans and coordinates campus-wide religious activities. Composed of representatives from each of the
campus religious organizations, the group, in cooperation with the Director of Religious Life, is re-
sponsible for a special program of religious emphasis each semester and special services on campus prior
to Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.
Througn activities such as local mission service, the Ministerial League provides opoprtunity for
valuable experience to Millsaps ministerial students. The fellowship evolved from mutual interests and
problems serves to make this organization unique among Millsaps pre-professional organizations.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Anding. Fernandez. Young. Lampkin, Burnett. Bailev . . .
SECOND ROW: Patterson. Rush, Felder. Newman, Whitwell, Tickell . . . THIRD ROW:
HoUingsworlh. Robinson, Johnson.
DR. FRANK M. LANEY
MR. EDWARD COLLINS
MR. ROBERT ANDING
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:<■ LINDA COOPER
MISS MARY ANN EDGE
FIRST ROW: Burgess. Cooper, Patrick, West, Bennett, Edge . . . SECOND ROW:
Mize. Curry, Angle, Burns, Kelly, Perkins, Shields, Coulter. Bates . . . THIRD ROW:
Black, Orr, Lane, Batson, Butler, Stockett. Brantley, Smith, Hemphill, Weaver.
Membership in the Young Women's Christian Association is based on one requirement — a sincere
interest in working toward the promotion of Christian ideals. A typical activity representative of this
goal is the organization's work with the high school-age girls at the Methodist Home. A traditional
contribution to campus life is the YWCA-sponsored Faculty Waiter Night, the proceeds of which go
to the World University Service.
WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN WORKERS
Women's Christian Workers brought to all future D. C. E.'s Deaconesses, Choir directors, and
D. R. E.'s on Millsaps fellowship, guidance, and the opportunity to contribute to service projects both
on and off campus. The experiences and insights gained through WCW work provide these women a
valuable background for later religious work.
FIRST ROW: Pitner, Hampton, Craig. Ro.'is. Malone. Monk. Tynes . . . SECOND
ROW: Kennedy, Strickland, Davis, Pickering, Goodwin, Burgess, Shannon, Garner.
O ANN GOODWIN
I"hristian Council Representative
4RS. R. R. PRIDDY
Christian Council Rcpresentati'
DR. HARRY MANLEY
F/RST ROIV: Mizc. Rc,i;cw. Cole. Garrison. Lihbx. Hainhlin . . . SECOND ROW:
Frazier, Crisler. .Sullivan, Mclnnis. While. Warren. Lemasson. Pillow . . . THIRD ROW:
Collins. Wallace, Lowrancc. Clark, Dicks. Pryor. Ferrell. Burks. Weaver, Buckley.
Linking the Presbyterian Church and the Presbyterian students at Miilsaps is the function of West-
minister Fellowship. Weekly devotional periods and socials bring these students together for a time of
sharing and fellowship.
The Canterbury Club, an organization of students who are members of the Episcopal Church and
affiliated branches of the Anglican Conmiunion, is committed to a program of v\orship. study, steward-
ship, evangelism, and Christian social action. Through these activities, the Canterbury Club strives to
enrich the lives of its participating members.
FIRST ROW: McKinley. Gilliland. Tomlinson. Rulherjord. Rhodes. Harvev . . .
SECOND ROW: Woods. Griffin. Walden, Bilbe. Harrcll. Ward. Bennell. Throckmorton
. . . THIRD ROW: Dr. Stevenson, Thompson. Callaway. Scott. Goodyear. Roberts. Phillips.
PAT L. GILLILAND
DR. GEORGE STEVENSON
MR. ABRAHAM ATTREP
DR. GEORGE W. BOYD
1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
MR. JIM YOUNG
FIRST ROW: Adcock,
SECOND ROW: McKnight, Feldman,
DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP
Offering a program of worship, study, service, and- fellowship, the Disciples Student Fellowship
opens its membership to all Millsaps students who belong to the Christian Church. Opportunities are
provided for participation in the program of the Christian Church and for Christian witness on the
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION
■ Through activities such as visits to convalescent homes, the Old Men's Home, and the Baptist
Orphanage, and its weekly devotional programs, the Baptist Student Union seeks to encourage the spir-
itual growth of Baptist students on campus. This organization each year strives to fulfill its purpose
as the connecting link between the Baptist Church and its Millsaps members.
FIRST ROW: Barfoot, Grice, Jackson, Yarhrongh, Prouty, Bridges, Wideman . . .
SECOND ROW: Pitman, Wade, Wheat. Clark, Johnson, Clemandol. Clark . . . THIRD
ROW: Ogden, Biickner, Cochran, Bradshaw, Chapman, Caughman, Magee, Finger, Cooper,
/[ARY CAROL CAUGHMAN
Christian Council Representative
vlRS. K. E. HEDERI
• GAYLE GRAHAM
MR. R. E. BERGMARK
METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT
The Methodist Student Movement provides for Methodist students weekly educational and devo-
tional programs and the chance for participation in service projects. Variety was the keynote of the
group's activities, as exemplified by its programs presented this year on liturgical jazz and Beatnik
The Women's Council takes its place on Millsaps campus as the governing body of women resident
students. Composed of representatives from each women's social organization and dormitory council,
the group meets monthly to determine policy concerning the role of the Millsaps woman.
MARY ELIZABETH WAITS
FIRST ROW: Loper. Milchell. Goodwin. Aurhakken. Peebles. Woodall, Sluhhlefield
. . . SECOND ROW: Dunshee. Cooper, Bullcr. Eldridge, Hymeis. Thompson. Brown,
McCUnlon . . . THIRD ROW: Chamhers, Mitman. Brown,' Sanders, Brallon, Shields,
Himel . . . FOURTH ROW: Grishani, Renjroe. Kenney, Lawson, Box, Beshear, West-
moreland, Tynes, Slade.
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SEATED: Garner, Bennett, Starnes, Erwin, Dribben, Y arbroiigh, Boone, Eridge, Alexander, Cooper, Couillard,
STANDING: Gulledge, Blackwell, Ulmer, Carney, Davenport, Walker, Bean, Aycock.
GAYLE ERWIN President
GARY BOONE Vice President
BETTY DRIBBEN Secretary
MARGARET YARBROUGH Treasurer
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Alice Grey Wiggers
John Sharp Gafe wood
Betfy Bartii ng
Rita Mitchell Williamson
JOHN SHARP GATEWOOD President
PAT GILLILAND Vice-President
CARSON HOLLOMAN Secretary
BUD CARNEY Treasurer
KAPPA ALPHA: Pat Gilliland, Gary Boone
KAPPA SIGMA: David Weaver. Carson
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA: Bud Carney, Howard
PI KAPPA ALPHA: John Sharp Gatewood,
Two representatives from each of the four fraternities comprise the membership of the Inter-Fra-
ternity Council. The four offices of this organization rotate among the four fraternities.
The Inter-Fraternit\ Council establishes and enforces rules concerning fraternity rushing, pledging
anti initiation. Rush Week is under the direct supervision of the IPC.
SEATED: Jahn Sharp Galcwood, Carson Holloiuaii. Bud Carney. Pal Gilliland. STANDING: David Weaver,
Howard Flower.':. Marvin Pvron.
SEATED: Margaret Ann Merrell. Charlotte Ogden, Jewel Taylor; Janis Mitchell, Mrs. Peebles. STANDING:
Betty Bartling, Linda Grice, Martha Ann Hiiddleston, Billye Dell Pyror, Mia Aurhakken, 'Carol Malone, Lucile
Pillow, Mary Alice White.
JEWEL TAYLOR President
CHARLOTTE OGDEN Vice-President
MARGARET ANN MERRELL Secretary
JANIS MITCHELL . . , Treasurer
BETA SIGMA OMICRON: Mia Aurbakken,
CHI OMEGA: Betty Bartling, Billye Dell Pyron
KAPPA DELTA: Lucile Pillow, Martha Ann
PHI MU: Mary Alice White, Lynda Grice
The membership of Pan-Hellenic Council is composed of the President and two representatives of
each sorority. The four offices of this organization rotate between the four sororities.
Like the Inter-Fraternity Council, Pan-Hellenic Council makes and enforces the rules dealing with
rushing, pledging, and initiations. Rush Week during the Fall Semester is its major project of the year.
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BETA SIGMA OMICRON
-) X\ ))
MIA AURBAKKEN President
JEWEL TAYLOR Vice-President
CAROLYN SHANNON Recording Secretary
ELEANOR GRESHAM Corresponding Secretary
IRENE FRIDGE Treasurer
FAITH CRAIG President
JUDY MONK Vice-President
SANDY ALDRIDGE Recording Secretary
CAROLYN SHANNON, Corresponding Secretary
IRENE FRIDGE Treasurer
FOUNDED: NATIONALLY— University of Missouri. December 12, 1888; LOCALLY— September \.
1926 COIORS: Ruhv and Pink. FLOWERS: Richmond and Kilarney Roses. PUBLICATION : "THE
Aldridgc . . . YWA: M Anrhakkcn . . . Secretary Gen-ra! of Model VN . Suite MSM, Wesley. Women's Council
President. l\'ho's Who. Mississippi Representative to Christian Citizenship Seminar 1959. Tour Choir: Barncit . . .
Ent^dish Department Assistant: Box ... National Methodist Scliolarship. Women's Council. Freshman Class Vice-
Pre'idenl: Craiv . . . WCW-<^n Vire-President: Fridge . . . World University Ser\ice Treasurer: Gresham . . . YWA
I'ire-President. Fta Sigma Phi: Hart . . . Majorette: Malone . . . Jackson Civiian Cliih Scholarship. WCW-Co
Vice-President: Monk . . . Concert Choir. WCW: Shannon . . . Wesley Secretary: Taylor . . . Panhellenic Presi-
dent, Sigma lambda Secretary-Treasurer: Tynes . . . WCW, Women's Council: Allen. Bo.\. Dickson, Erwin. Hart,
Hendrick, Hill. Hiitchins. Laminons. Proiitv, Revels, Strickland, Tviies, Wilkerson, Winders . . . Chapel Choir:
Allen. Fridge. Proiity . . . Bohashcla Staff: Aldridge. Griffin . . . P9W Staff: Hart. Monk . . . Physical Educa-
tion Assistant: Fridge. Gresham. Shannon. Taylor . . . Dean's List: H. Aurhakken. Bowan. Tynes. Yeates . . .
"Life With Father": Banielt. Fridge. Malone. Shannon . . . Majorette Cliih: Lammons. Tvnes. Wade. Webster
. . . Band.
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ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER
Allen, Dorothy Virginia
Allen. Joan Gelinda
Aiirbakken, Else Marie
Aurbakken, Hanoe Brit
Barnett , Jo Ree
Gammage, Emily Jo
Grosskoph, Phyllis Ann
Meek, Nancy Bryan
Strickland, Mary Louise
Tynes, Elizabeth Louise
Wade, Mildred Ann
Winders, Jo Kathryn
BETTY BARTLING President
NINA CUNNINGHAM Vice-President
MARY CAROL CAUGHMAN Secretary
ANN OLIVER Treasurer
ALICE GREY WIGGERS
MARY FRANCES ANGLE
. . . . Secretary
. . . . Treasurer
FOUNDED: NATIONALLY— University of Arkansas, April 5. 1895; LOCALLY— March 3L 1934.
COLORS: Cardinal and Straw. FLOWER: White Carnation. PUBLICATION: 'The Eleusis."
Biirllint; . . . Miss Millsiips. H'lin's Wlio. Signui Lambda, Panhellcnic. Westminster: V . A. Book hart . . . PScW
News Editor, Clii Delta: Milcliell . . . Junior Class Secretary, President of Franl^lin Dorm. Panhellenie Treasurer:
Cunninfiham . . . Hoiueeomini; Court, P&H' Society Editor: Graliam , . . Sis;ma Liimhda. Wesley President, Chi
Delta Vice-President: L. Cooper . . . BSU Secretary-Treasurer. YWCA Treasurer, Bohusliela: N. Cooper . . . Dream
Ciirl of Pi Kappa Alpha. Bohasliela Class Editor: Patrick . . . YWCA President. Wesley: Wetinore . . . Boha-
sliela Feature Editor, Eta Sii>i'ia Phi: DuBard, Perry. Wigfter.^ . . , Beauties: Parker, DuBard . . . Cheerleaders,
Brunson. Jackson. Lee. Patrick . . . Concert Choir: Ca-Jen. Edwards. Graham. Perry . . . Players: Pyron .
Bohinliela Sinipshoi Editor, Panhellenie: Balson. A. Butler . . , P&W: Bartlinf;. Brunson, Cauftliman. Roberts .
KDE: Lee . . . A ED: Cunningham. Ray . . . Social Sci:'nce Forum: Catighman , . . BSU Vice-President: Lee
Mit(hell, Pairii k . , . Maiorette Club- B Buller . . . Freshman Class Secretary: L. Cooper. V, A. Bookhart . .
Pi Delta Phi: Ray . . . Union Committee Chairman; Graham. Ray . . . IRC: Volleyball and Badminton Cham
CHI DELTA CHAPTER
Angle, Miiry Frances
Bookhart, Virginia Alice
Cunningham, Nina Lorine
Ford, Larry Evon
Gordon, Martha Win
Jackson, Clara Frances
Miller, Grace Margaret
Lane, Linda Moore
Oliver, Ann Marie
Perry, Patricia Ann
Pryor, Mary Ellen
Pyron, Billye Dell
Renfroe, Margaret Ann
Roberts. Sue Belle
Rogers, Elizabeth Bissell
Sanders, Eleanor Sue
Wiggers, Alice Grey
LUCILE PILLOW President
MARGARET YARBROUGH Vice-President
ELAINE EVERITT Secretary
LUCY HAMBLIN Treasurer
CHARLOTTE OGDEN Editor
MARY LEE STUBBLEFIELD . Rush Chmn.
FOUNDED: A'«r/(wa//y— Virginia State Normal College. Oct. 23, 1897; Loc«//y— Sept. 26. 1914
COLORS: Green and White FLOWER: White Rose PUBLICATION: "Angelos"
Scholarship Trophy: National Kappa Delta Merit Award: Second Place Homecoming Flout; Pillow . . . Who^s
Who. Favorite, Sigma Lambda — Vice President. A ED, KDE, Majorette Club, Panhellenic: Yarbroiigh . . . Who's
Who, Sigma Lambda, Favorite, SEB — Treasurer, Homecoming Queen. Carter Essay Medal. Trihett Scholarship,
Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Court, Pi Kappa Delta — lice President. Eta Signui. Eta Sigma Phi — President, KDE.
Majorette Clith: Dribhen . . . Who's Who. Sigma Lambda — President. Favorite, SEB — Secretary. Senior Class Sec-
retary. KDE. Majorette Club: Stubblefu-ld ... Pi Delta Phi — Secretary. P&W — Feature Editor: Himel . . . KA
Rose. BOBASHELA — Class Editor: Prevost . . . Miss Jackson: Ogden . . . Panhellenic — President. Eta Sigma Phi.
Madrigals, BSU — President: Boyd . . , Who's Who, Lambda Chi Crescent Girl, lead in "Bells Are Ringing," Alpha
Psi Omega — Secretary: Pier.son . . . Sigma Lambda, Eta Sigma, Alpha Psi Omega. Majorette Club: Jones . . . Cheer-
leader: Garrison . . . Eta Sigma. Booster Club — President: Couillard . . . BOBASHELA — Activities Editor: Beshear
, . . Beauty: McDonald . . . Drum Majorette: Graves . . . Head Majorette.
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\meUing, Alice Ann
Elaine, Sue Helen
'hambers, Billy Lee
'oleman, Bonnie Jean
Vans. Donna Yvette
[arvey, Margaret Zee
limel, Barbara Helen
luddleston. Martha Ann
jnes, Betty Lynn
IcCarley, Mary Grace Cox
IcDonnell, Mary Sue
'ierson, Bunny Cowan
egan, Nancy Catherine
:ott, Martha Jean
lade, Paula Janet
tubblefield, Mary Lee
/alker, Martha Ellen
MARY ALICE WHITE President
MARGARET ANNE MERRILL Vice-President
MARY GLYNN LOTT Secretary
JOAN FRAZIER Treasurer
SUSANNA MIZE Assistant Treasurer
ELLA LOU BUTLER Pledge Director
RUTH TOMLINSON Membership Director
CHERRY MILLER Chaplain
FOUNDED: NATIONALLY— Weslevan College. March 4. 1852; LOCALLY— March 24. 1914.
COLORS: Rose and White. FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation. PUBLICATION: "Glaia."
Miller . . . Fiivoriif. Cheerleader. Secretary at Sophomore Class. Homecoming Court: Butler . . . Treasurer of
Junior Class: Merrill . . . Majorette Cliih President. AED Historian. Panhellenic Secretary: Kihier . . . Freshman
Day Queen: Alexander. Hemphill. Merrill . . . All Stars Volley hall: V. Walker . . . Chi Delta President. KDE
Vice-President. P&W Staff: Crews . . . Majorette: S. F. Carr. Young. Miller . . . Campus Beauty Nominees:
Peden . , . P&W Society Editor: Brown. Butler. Bratlon, B. S. Thompson . . . Wottten's Council: Mize . . . West-
minster Secretary-Treasurer: Tomlinson . . . Canterhury Vice-President: Alexander. Chapman. Denton. Nohle.
M. A. White. Wikstrand . . . Concert Choir: M. A. White . . . IRC Secretary- Treasurer: Bates . . . Eta Sigma
Phi Vice-President: PfiW Staff: Mahiis . . . Majorette Cluh Secretary: McShane . . . Washington Semester:
Frost . . . Alpha Psi Otnewa Secretary-Treasurer: Frazier, McShane. Merrill . . . Sigma Lambda: Frazier. Chap-
man . . . KDE: Mahus. Danks. Lott, Hemphill . . . Majorette Cluh: Danks . . . Pi Delta Phi: Brown, Danks . . .
Eta Sigma Plii: Sanders. Tomlinson . . . Alpha Psi Omega: E. Walker, Perry, Denton . . . Players: Alexander,
M. A. White, Chapman. Wikstrand . . . Madrigals.
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lack. Linda Kay
iitler, Ella Lou
arr, Sarah Frances
'arr. Shirlev Anne
lenton, Betty Katherine
Cibler, Myra Lynn
,ott, Mary Glynn
lerrell. Margaret Ann
'erry, Mary Jo
iaxton. Bethel Lou
orrels, Laura Poyner
"hompson, Barbara Sue
iVhite, Martha Louise
iVhite, Mary Alice
Woolly, Martha Ann
NANCY DUNSHEE President
SANDRA FREDRICKS President
SUE SHIRLEY Vice-President
MARTHA ELDRIDGE Treasurer
PEGGY CHANCELLOR Recording Secretary
FRANCES BRISCOE Recordinc Secretary
BETTY SMITH _._ Corresponding Secretary
EDWINA HARRISON House Chairman
FOUNDED: A'a?/o««//v— University of Oklahoma, April, 1938; Locally— My 19, 1943
COLORS: Blue and White FLOWER: White Carnation PUBLICATION: N.LS.A. Newsletter
Peggy Chancellor . . . Singers: Sandy Fredericks . . . Women Christian Workers, Singers: Edwina Harrison . . . Sing-
ers: Janie Finger . . . Baptist Student Union. Dean's List: Riihy Hollingsworth . . . Methodist Student Movement:
Martha Eldridge . . . Women's Council. Methodist Student Movement: Carol Whiteside . . . Methodist Student Move-
ment. German Cluh. Singers. Student Senate. Booster Cluh: Nancy Sweeton . . . Methodist Student Movement. Ger-
man Cluh. Singers. Booster Club: Frances Briscoe . . . Methodist Student Movement, Singers. Intramurals — Bad-
minton Doubles Champion: Jean McLeod . . . Methodist Student Movement; Pat Davis . . . Singers: Siw Shirley . . .
Singers: Evelyn Burt . . . Players. Singers. Methodist Student Movement. Dean's List: Nancy Dunshee . . . Student
Senate. Women's Council, Players. Singers, Baptist Student Union. Activities Chairman of Mississippi Inter-collegi-
ate Council: Monica Throckmorten . . . Booster Cluh. Players. Canterbury: Carolyn Edwards . . . Student Senate.
Methodist Student Movement. Kappa Delia Epsilon. Dean's List.
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Shirley, Betty Sue
Wallace, Rheta Ann
n f e:
PAT GILLILAND No. 1
GARY BOONE No. 2
ROY COLLINS No. 3
LYNN MILES No. 4
ROBERT ABRAHAM _. No. 5
EDDIE GIEGER No. 6
FOUNDED: Nationally — Washington College, December 21, 1865; Loca//v-
COLORS: Ruby and Old Gold FLOWER: Magnolia and Crimson Rose
-October 1, 1893
Scholarship Trophy: Intrnmiiral Speeclhatl Champions: TliirJ Place Homecoming Float: National Kappa Alpha
Scholarship Honors: Gilliland . . . Who's Who, Favorite. Executive to SEB President. Senior Class — I'ice President,
Christian Council — Vice President: Wallace . . . Junior Class — President. ODK, Baseball. Basketball, Tour Choir:
Collins ... BOBASHELA — Business Manager. Theta Nu Sigma — Vice President: Walker ... Christian Council —
President: Gieger . . . BOBASHELA — Assistant Business Manager: Raynor . . . Sophomore Class — Vice President.
Tour Choir: Glenn . . . Sophomore Class — Treasurer. Cheerleader: Mclntvre . . . Freshman Class — President: Boone
. , . ODK. SEB— Vice President. Schiller Geselhchaft. Favorite. AED— President: Sowell . . . P&W— Editor-in-chief .
lead in "Life With Father": Miles. Maynor . . . AED: Varner . . . Social Science Forum: Douglas . . . Madrigals:
Abraham. Atkin.son . . . Cheerleaders: Mitchell. Underwood. Meisberg. Houston. Clark . . . Tour Choir: Moore,
Goodwin. Sullivan . . . Debate Team: Walker, Mitchell . . . Tennis: Strong, Woods. Britt, Maynor. Kinnard . . .
Baseball: Britt. Lowry. Woods, Kinnard, Hopkins, Gatewood, Houston . . . Football: Redding, Royals, Underwood,
Ott . . . BasketbaU.
Kennedy, Joe Martin
Varner, Joe Ed
ALPHA MU CHAPTER
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DAVID WEAVER Grand Master
BILL RUSHING Grand Procurator
CARSON HOLLOMAN Grand Secretary
DON WILLIAMSON Grand Treasurer
Grand Master of Ceremonies
RALPH KELLY Grand Master
BILL WILKINS Grand Procurator
CHARLES HUGHES Grand Secretary
GENE TURNIPSEED Grand Treasurer
Grand Master of Ceremonies
FOUNDED: NATIONALLY— University of Virginia, December 10, 1869; LOCALLY— October 18,
1895. COLORS: Scarlet, Green and White. FLOWER: Lily of the Valley. PUBLICATION: "The
Gene Davenport . . . President of Sophomore Class: Billy Hall . . . Treasurer of Freshman .Class, Intramural
Trophy for 1959; Bill Rushing . . . Treasurer of Theta Nu Sigma, Vice-President of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Na-
tional Foundation Science Scholarship: Carson Holloman . . . Secretary of Inter-Fraternity Council: Mat Lauter,
Felix Herring, Wooky Gray, Brent Johnston, Buster Clifton. Carl Peoples, Eldridge Rogers. Allan Phillips, Rus-
sell Lyons. Pat Sanford, Ryan Grayson, Charles Catchi-igs, Tommy Moore, Jeppy Rush. Bo Roberts. Don Good-
man . . . Varsity Football: Don Williamson. David Singleton, Don Rogers, Allan Phillips, James Dumas . . .
Varsity Basketball: Billy Hall . . . "Life With Father": Bill Fortinbcrry . . . Assistant to the Director for "Pic-
nic": Johnny Baker, John McDougal, Rodney Gene Hammonds . . . Band: Dick Haining, Wooky Gray. Bobby
Everett . . . Chapel Choir: Pete Dorsett . . . Tour Choir: David Weaver . . . Madrigals. Favorite. Who's Who,
National Foundation Science Scholarship: Con Moloney . . . BOBASHELA Sports Editor.
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jray, James Harold
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[ammonds, Rodney Gene
Thomas, William Boyd
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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
BUD CARNEY President
MARLER STONE Vice-President
HARVEY RAY Secretary
TOM SCHULTZ Treasurer
JOE WHITWELL President
DON HARRIGILL Vice-President
BILL COILE -- Secretary
JIMMY HAYNES ._._ Treasurer
FOUNDED: Nationally— Boslon University, November 2, 1909; Lora//v— October. 1939
COLORS: Purple, Green, and Gold FLOWER White Rose PUBLICATION:
Biiii Carney . . . Omicron Delia Kappa. International Relations Cluh — Vice-President. Eta Sigma Phi. Vice-Presi-
dent of the Junior Class: I'ic Clark . . . Alpha Psi Omega — President. Stage Manager of the Millsaps Players. Jack-
son Little Theatre Award: Jack Ryan . . . Associate Editor of the P&W, Business Manager of STYLUS. Alpha Psi
Omega. Kit Kat. Players: Marler Stone . . . Who's Who. Treasurer of the Senior Class: Don Harrigill . . . Alpha
Epsilon Delta: Jimmy Leverett . . . Feature Editor of the P&W. German Assistant: Harvey Ray . . . "M" Cluh —
President, Baseball: Joe Whitwell . . . Ministerial League — Vice-President. International Relations Cluh: Alan Hen-
derson , . . Debate: Bill Mooney . . . Washington Semester. International Relations Club: Don Matthews . . . Base-
hall: Bill Watkins . . . Speech Assistant. Debate: Harvey Ray. David Steckler. Pete Tate. Joe Whitwell, Keith Reed
. . . Football: Blake Harrison, Bill Mooney, Robert James . . . Tennis: Howard Flowers, Ivan Burnett. Curtis
Rodgers . . . Concert Choir: Ivan Burnett, Curtis Rodger s . . . Madrigals.
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THETA ETA ZETA CHAPTER
James, Robert Earl
Miller, Jimmy Lee
Scott, James Hugh
PI KAPPA ALPHA
JOHN SHARP GATEWOOD
D I. M.
KEN ROBERTSON S. M. C.
CHARLES RICKER L M. C.
DON FORTENBERRY Th. C.
FOUNDED; NATIONALLY— University of Virginia, March K 1868; LOCALLY— March 23. 1903.
COLORS; Garnet and Gold. FLOWER: Lily of the Valley. PUBLICATION; 'The Shield and Diamond."
lohn Sharp Galewood . . . Master Major, Who's Who, IFC President, Mitiislerial League, Football, M-Cliih;
Charles Jennings . . . Editor-in-Chief of the I960 BOBASHELA, Otnieron Delta Kappa, Theta Nil Sigma, Al-
pha Psi Omega: Johnny Sullivan . . . lead in "Picnic," lead in "Bells Are Ringing," Alpha Psi Omega: Brack
Lange . . . Business Manager of Players, Alpha Psi Omega: Charles Ricker . . . Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi
Kappa Delta President. Youth Congress President Pro-tem of Senate. Debate Club President, Sociology Depart-
ment Assistant: Tink Coiillet . . . Madrigals, BOBASHELA Managing Editor. Players: Don Fortenberry . . .
Business Manager of P&W, Concert Choir, Ministerial League, President's list: Harmon Lenis . . . Cheerleader,
BOBASHELA Copv Editor, Concert Choir: J. T. Nohlin . . . Plavers, BOBASHELA Staff: Bill Crosbv . . . Fool-
ball, M-Club, German Club Vice-President: Woody Davis . . . A ED: Felker . . . IRC: Joe Becker . . . Band,
Alfred Godfrey Sanders Award in Romantic Languages: Tommy Jones . . . M-Ctiib, Players: Kelly Williams,
Pete Sklar . . . Chapel Choir: Larry Gorum, Lee Hasseltine, Gerald McLain , . . Football; First Place Home-
coming Float: First Place Song Fesl.
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ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER
Gatewood, John Sharp
Martin, James Burke
Molpus, Billy Gene
Noblin, J. T.
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Coaches Marvin G. Smith and James A. Montgomery
FIRST ROW: Betty Lynn Jones, Brenda Parker, Cherry Miller, Cynthia DuBard, Harmon
Lewis. SECOND ROW: George Atkinson, Robert Abraham, Ralph Glenn.
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TO THE CLASS of 1960
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terest, your guidance and your support, as active alumni, is invited and earnestly
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We hope you will return to the campus often.
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