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Copyright 1929 

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a really true mother who understands 
when a fellow gets homesick, and knows 
how to sympathize when all the world 
seems gray. We all love "Ma," and be- 
cause she possesses all those qualities 
embodied in the word mother, we dedi- 
cate this, the third volume of the 
Hindsonian 



TO 

Mrs. Ethel Crawley 

Dietitian 





Cz/oreivord 

Yesterday with all its laughter and 
tears is gone, hut it has left many 
memories which we do not wish to 
forget. Our purpose has been to 
make this book a treasure chest of 
memories. We hope that when you 
open it in the future you will find it 
has kept your memories as bright 
and vivid as they are today. If you 
can do this, then our purpose has 
been accomplished, and we feel that 
our time has been well spent. 





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Introduction 
The School 
Classes 
Features 
Athletics 



Organizations 




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II. V. Watkins Jackson, Miss. 

President 

F. M. Coleman Jackson, Miss. 

Secretary 

D. W. Graham Bolton, Miss. 

D. C. Simmons Jackson, Miss. 

C. A. Williams Terry, Miss. 




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R. E. L. SUTHERLAND 

President 
(Away on leave of absence) 

Mr. Sutherland lias been a faithful and interested worker in Hinds Junior 
College for several years. Much of the Prestige and success of this institution 
is a result of his tireless efforts. 

G. J. CAIN 

Acting President 

Mr. Cain is proving himself a very capable leader. His administration will 
be remembered as one of outstanding and brilliant accomplishments. 



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A. A. MADDEN 

Dean of Men 

History and Economics 

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

MRS. R, E. L. SUTHERLAND 

Dean of Women 

Georgia Robertson Christian College, B.S. 

LOLA I. ALLEN 

Secretary and Bookkeeper 

BONIBEL ANDREWS 

Home Economics 

Mississippi Woman's College, B.A. 

H. C. ASHCRAFT 

Agriculture 

Mississippi A. & M., B.S. ; Iowa State College, M.S. 

H. J. BANKSTON 

Science 

University of Mississippi. B.S. ; Ohio State University, M.S. 

R. H. BARNETT 

Commercial Branches 

Mississippi College, A.B. ; Bowling Green College of Commerce, B. Acc'ts 

MARY ELIZABETH DULANEY 

Vanderbilt University, A.B.", M.A. 

H. G. LAIRD 

Coach and Mathematics 

Mississippi College. A.B. 

G. H. MACKIE 

Director of Band and Orchestra 

New York Conservatorv of Music 



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MRS. A. A. MADDEN 

Matron Boys' Dormitory 

LORENA MANESS 

Latin and English 

Union University, A.B. ; Peahody, M.A. 

FRANCIS MOTLOW 

Dramatics and Physical Education 

Mississippi State College for Women, B.A. 

GRACE M. PLUMLEE 

Piano and Voice 

University of Wisconsin, B.M. 

MRS. L. C. SPANN 

History and Education 

Mississippi State College for Women, A.B. 

MRS. MARY S. SHOOK 

Home Economics 

Auburn, B.S.; Peahody, M.A. 

WYNNESS TATE 

English 

Alabama Woman's College, A.B. ; Peabody, M.A. 

M. G. VINZANT 

Agriculture and Manual Arts 

Mississippi A. & M., B.S. 

ADDIE WILLIAMS 

Matron Girls' Dormitory 

MRS. J. C CAIN 

Librarian 



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VAN TAYLOR, Riehton, Mississippi President 

"'Tis better to love one little blond lots 
Than to love lots of little blonds little.'' 

Pres. Glee Club, '28, '29; Pres. Orchestra, '28, '29; Director of Jazz Orchestra, '28, 
'29; Quartette, '28, '29; Vice-Pres. Agoga S. S. Class, '28, '29; Pres. Agoga S. S. Class 
'28, '29; Chorister and Treasurer, B. Y. P. U. '28; Pres. B. Y. P. U. '29; Treas. Hi-Y, 
'28; Athletic Director Hi-Y, '29; Athletic Ciuncil, 29; Dramatic Club, '29; Spanish Club, 
'29; Literary Society, '29; Asst. Coach Girls' Basket Ball and Track, '28, '29. 



IDELLE CLEMENTS, Terry, Mississippi 



Vice-President 



"Vanish care, exit sorrow, 
Never worry, always hope. 
Take today, forget tomorrow." 

Y. W. C. A. '28; Pres. Y. W. C. A. '29; B. Y. P. U. '28, '29; Secretary Iota Gama 
Literary Society, '28, '29; Volley Ball, '28; Basket Ball, '29; Hiking Club, '28; French 
Club, '28, '29; Debating Team, '29. 



LOIS McCLELLAN, Daleville, Mississippi ... 

"Small and pure as a pearl." 



Secretary 



Epworth League, '28, '29; Y. W. C. A. '28, '29; Iota Gama Literary Society, '28; 
Vice-Pres. Iota Gama Literary Society, '29; Asst. Adv. Mgr. Hindsonian, '29; Spanish 
Club, '29. 



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JACK BEARD Waynesboro, Mississippi 

"He's a politician, but his- other habits arc good.'' 

Quartette, '28, '29; B. Y. P. U. '28, '29; Orchestra, '28; Bus. mgr. Orchestra. '29; 
Glee Club, '28, '29; Treas Hl-Y, '28; Agoga S. S. Class, '28; Treas. Agoga S. S. Class, 
'29; Bus. Mgr. Hindsonian, '29;' Most Popular Boy, '20. 

HAROLD CARR - MeComb, Mississippi 

"Life is not a goblet to be drained. 
But a measure to be filled.'' 

Football, '28, '29; Volley Ball, '2S, '29; Track, '28, '29;, Baseball, '29; Hi-Y, '28, '29. 

MILTON COX Bolton, Mississippi 

"Never worry, never hurry.'' 

Hi-Y, '28, '29; B. Y. P. U. '28, '29; Football, '28, '29; Track, '28, '29; Baseball, '28, 
'29; Volley Ball, '28. 

ESSIE FOSTER Carpenter, Mississippi 

"The. secret of success is constancy to purpose." 
Epworth League, '28, '29; Spanish Club, '29; Y. W. C. A. '2S, '29. 

HILDA GORDON Liberty, Mississippi 

"Studies are important, rules we must obey, 
But come what may, I'll have my fun, no matter ivhat they say.'' 

Y. W. C. A. '28, '29; Epworth League Pianist, '29; Epworth League, '28; Spanish 
Club, '29; Hiking Club '28; Tennis Club, '28; Alpha Beta Literary Society, '28; Pres. 
Alpha Beta Literary Society, '29; Dramatic Club, '29. 



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Silver City, Mississippi 



"A combination of .seriousness, frolic, and fun — in other words, just an ordinary human 

being," 

Epworth League, '28, '29; Spanish Club, '29; Dramatic Club, '28, '29; Literary 
Society, '29; Y. W. C. A. '28, '29; Basket Ball, '28; Captain Basket Ball, '29; Track, '28; 
Captain Track, '29; Adv Staff Hindsonian, '28; Editor-in-Chief Hindsonian, '29; Glee 
Club, '28; Accompanist 'Glee Club, '29; Best All Round Girl, '28, '29; Best Girl 
Athlete, '29. 

HELEN HARRIS Clinton Mississippi 

"As it was in the beginning, I am now and ever shall be always — late." 
Y. W. C. A. '28, '29; Dramatic Club, '28, '29; Expression Club, '28; Glee Club, '28, 
'29; B. Y. P. U. '28, '29; Hiking Club, ''28; Literary Society, '28, '29. 

MARIE LORD Hermanville, Mississippi 

"Of the past, mindful. 
Of the present, heedful, 
Of the future, hopeful.'' 
B. Y. P. U. '28 '29; Literary Society, '28, '29; Dramatic Club, '28, '29; Expression 
Club, '28; French Club, '28, '29; Y. W. C. A. '28, *29. 

WILLIE BELL MATHEWS Utica, Mississippi 

"She's a bit o' sadness, a bit o' cheer, 

But to her friends, she's the same all through the year.'' 
Y. W. C. A. '28, '29; B. Y. P. U. '28, '29; Vice-President B. Y. P. U. '29; Hiking 
Club '28; French Club '28, '29; Literary Society '28, '29; Dramatic Club '28.; Basket- 
ball '29. 

BOB MOBLEY Utica, Mississippi 

"0! Napoleon! What art thou when compared to this conquerer of hearts!" 
Foot-ball '28, '29; Track '28, '29; Base-ball '28, '29; Volleyball '28; Epworth '28, 
'29; Peppiest Boy '29; Cheer Leader '29. 



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BRYAN McLEMORE . , Hazlehurst, Mississippi 

"Never discouraged, he nobly tries to attain 
Opportunity for service, ignoring Personal gain.'' 

Volley-ball '28, '29; B. Y. P. U. '28, '29; Hi-Y '28, '29; Agoga S. S. Class '2S ,29; 
Asst. Chemist '28, '29. 

AGNES PACE Carpenter, Mississippi 

"She is a good student and possesses all the characteristics that make a good athlete." 

Y. W. C. A. '28, '29; B. Y. P. U. '28, '29; French Club '28, '29; Dramatic Club, '29; 
Track, '28, '29; Basket-ball '28, '29. 

CRESSLYN RICHARDSON Bolton, Mississippi 

"If I lucre loved as I desire to be, 
What is there in the great sphere of earth that I should fear?" 

Glee Club '28; Pres. Glee Club '29; Quartette '28, '29; Agoga S. S. Class '28; Viee- 
Pres. Agoga S. S. Class '29; Hi-Y '28; Pres Hi-Y '29; B. Y. P. U. '28; Pres. B. Y. P. 
U. '29; Foot-ball '28, '29; Track '28, '29; Base-ball '28, '29; Volley Ball '28, '29; Best 
Boy Athlete '29. 

BERNICE RUTLEDGE Pontotoc, Mississippi 

"Frivolity and pleasure are things of today, 
True character the test that fadeth not away." 

B. Y. P. U. '28, '29; Y. W. C. A. '28, '29; Hiking Club '28. 

WILLIAM SANDERS Magnolia, Mississippi 

"Masters, I am to discourse wonders. 
Before you proceed any further ( let me speak.'' 

Hi-Y '28, '29; Epworth League '28, '29; Literary Society '28, '29; Wittiest Boy '29; 
Humor Editor '28, '29. 



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EVELYN SCOTT Ripley, Tennessee 

''Small is the subject, but not so the praise." 
Y. W. C. A. '28., '29; B. Y. P. U. '28, '29; French Club '28, '29; Hiking Club '28; 

Dramatic Club '29. 

MARION STEELE Searcy, Arkansas 

" 'Tis only noble to be good.'' 

Reporter and Pianist Y. W. C. A. '29; French and Spanish Club '29; Epworth 
League '29. 

BOLIVAR LEE SUTHERLAND Raymond, Mississippi 

"Her head is not less sunny than her heart." 

Pres. Y. W. C. A. '28, Y. W. C. A. '29; B Y. P. U. '28, '29; Glee Club, '28, '29; 
Orchestra '28, '29; French Club '28, '29; Secretary Freshman Class '28; Circulation 
Manager Hindsonian '29. 

GARNETT THOMPSON Jackson. Mississippi 

"When last seen was grieving for the cherry that was< too high for him to reach." 

Epworth League '28, '29; Hi-Y '28, '29; Track '28, '29; Athletic Editor Hindsonian 
'28; Captain Foot-ball '28, Foot-ball '29. 

SIIURLDS WARD Terry, Mississippi 

"7 was born to be loved." 
Epworth League, '28, '29; Hi-Y '28, '29. 

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MARY HOVIS Memphis, Tennessee 

"Just a bit </ tristful Sweetness." 
Y. W. C. A. '28, '29; Epworth League, '28, '29; Most Beautiful Girl '28. 



JEAN MYERS .... 

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Brandon, Mississippi 

is fraught with the w'xsdom of the sages." 

B. Y. P. U. '28, '29; Y. W. C. A. '23, '29; Asst. 



Adv. Mgr. Hindsonian '29; Spanish Club '29. 



EULA MAE WEEMS Sun, Mississippi 

"As faithful to her duty as the sua is to its course.'' 

Y W. C. A. '28, '29; Volley Ball '28; Epworth League '28; Sec. Trcas. Epworth 
League '29; Hiking Club '28; French Club '28, 29; Literary Society '29. 

LILA MAE WILLIAMS Flora, Mississippi 

"When she had passed, it seemed like the ceasing of exquisite music." 

Glee Club '28, '29; Pres. French Club '28; B. Y. P. U. '28, '29; Y. W. C. A. '28, 
'29; Sec. Girls Honor Council '28; Alpha Beta Literary Society '28, '29; Hiking Club, 
'28; Dramatic Club '29; Most Beautiful Girl '29. 



JOHNNIE KATE WILLIAMSON 



Philadelphia, Mississippi 



" — With ever a frolic welcome took, 
The sunshine and the rain.'' 

Epworth League, '28, '29; Y. W. C. A. '28, '29; Iota Gama Literary Society '28; 
Hiking Club '28. 



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RALPH LANE, Flora, Mississippi 

''Lei the. old world rock as she will 
I'll be happy still, for ife is what you make it. 



President 



MARY KINZER, Fitler, Mississippi 

"A brow of beauty and earnest thought, 
A form of womanly grace." 



Secretary 



PAULINE McDONALU, Mound, Louisiana .... 
"Always tell the truth, 
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J. S. ABBEY — Pascagoula, Mississippi 
"Lasting praise he gains'' 

ENOS ABERNATHY— Raymond, Miss. 
''Well read % well bred, and full of wit 
With a welcoming grin and a hearty grip." 

FRED APPLEWHITE— Bolton, Miss. 
''The ornament so necessary to our class" 

KATHERINE BAKER— Clinton, Miss. 
"One who to her self is true 
And therefore must be true to you." 

HUBER RAY BEARD— Waynesboro, Miss 

"Life is a jest, and all tilings show it 

I thought so once, but now I know it." 

JOSEPHINE BECKES— Pelahatchie, Miss. 
"Never shall the sun rise on such another" 



THELTON BRYANT— Jackson, Miss. 
"I only ask that fortune send 
A little more than I can spend." 



G. B. CHAPMAN— Raymond, Miss. 
'He reads much, he is great observer. 
And he looks right through the deeds 

of men." 

ELIZABETH COX— Flora, Mississippi 
'Yesterday is dead — forget it. 
Tomorrow is not come — Don't worry. 
Today is here — use it." 



JOHN C. COX— Tchula, Mississippi 

"Sometimes I sit and think 

And sometimes I hist sit." 



BROWN BRADY— Learned, Mississippi 
"Strong and handsome, knows no fear, 
Student and Athlete — Here's to his career" 



NEZZA CRISLER— Flora, Mississippi 
"Eat, drink, and be merry. 
For tomorrow you may fall in love." 



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RUTH CURTIS— Jackson, Mississippi 
"1 do but sing because I must'' 

SPROLES DAVIS— Little Rock, Ark. 

"A real worker — honest, sincere, 
Of his success, we have no fear." 



LINDA HILDERBRAND— Phoenix, Miss. 

"May you never murmur loithout a cause, 
And never have cause to murmur." 



J. P. LACY — Tchula, Mississippi 
"Give him the moonlight, give me the girl" 



HELEN DUKE— Flora, Mississippi 

'One wonders at the least which into 
words no virtue can digest.'' 



CHARLES FARRIS— Utica, Miss. 
'He xoas vaccinated with a \wlrola needle'' 

BUFORD GONIA— Raymond, Miss. 
"A good It cart and a level head.'' 



CLEON MUSE— Star, Mississippi 
"The world is my field. I have no home." 

ESTELLE O'BRIEN— Raymond, Miss. 

"You cannot divert me from my fixed 
purpose." 

ISABEL O'BRIEN— Raymond, Miss. 
"They talk ivho have the least to say." 



CHARLES GORDON— Jackson, Miss. 

'Monkey picked up life and put it in his 
pocket.'' 



MARGARET PURYEAR— Raymond, Miss. 

"Determination is the battery that com- 
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CHRISTINE RAGAN— Edwards, Miss. 

"Her career is a mirror in which we can 

see, 
The traits of a true friend and an ideal 
companion.' 1 ' 

IRMA LEE RICHARDSON— Bolton, Miss. 
••Tinkle, tinkle, little star." 



BENNIE STRUM— Philadelphia, Miss. 

Tor just experience tells in every soil- 
That those that think must govern those 
that toil." 



CRAWLEY STUBBLEFIELD 

Magnolia, Mississippi. 
'Success comes in cans — failures in can'ts" 



MELVIN RICHARDSON— Bolton, Miss. 

"Capable, will tackle anything, 
Just another gridiron king.'' 



RUBY TADLOCK— Homewood, Miss. 

•Patience is a flower that grows not in 
every one's garden.'' 



JOSEPHINE RUFFNER— Flora, Miss. 

•If at all she had a fault. 

It must have been with jewels fraught. 



J. T. SELBY— HattiesDurg, Mississippi 
"Few sorroios has he of his own." 

GLADYS STOKES— Homewood, Miss. 
"Her ways are toays of pleasantness." 



OREN VARNADO— Magnolia, Miss. 

'All great men are dying — I feel bad 
myself.'' 



SINTHA WALDEN— Baldwin, Miss. 
'Silence at the proper time is wisdom, 
And better than any speech." 

POLLY WATTS— Pelahatchie, Miss. 
"Hard work makes a woman grow old 
Then why should I grow old?'' 



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DORIS ALLEN— Jackson, Miss. 

'Let the old world rock as she will, I'll 

be happy still 

For life is ivhat you make it " 



MARY WILLIAMS— Raymond, Miss. 

'One wonder at the least. 

Which into words no virtue can digest.'' 



LYNDA CRAWLEY— Raymond, Miss. 

'A flower cannot blossom without 

sunshine 
Neither can a friendship circle be com- 
plete without her acquaintance." 



WALLACE JACKSON— Magnolia, Miss. 

"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays 
and confident tomorrows.'' 



HERMAN WILSON— Magnolia, Miss. 
"Self-reliance and persistent work 
Are the stepping stones to success. 



CARROLL WRIGHT— L-arned, Miss. 

"On the gridiron he's hard to beat — 

// love were all he'd be complete." 



FRANCES LINAM— Raymond, Miss. 
"A good heart and a level head." 



LANCE WRIGHT— Learned, Miss. 

'He may be a genius; but as yet we 

have seen no symptoms." 



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JAMES W. MARTIN, Lorman, Mississippi 



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"Give every man thine ear t but few thy voice." 
Pres. Senior Class, '2?. 



CHALMERS BROADFOOT, Philadelphia, Mississippi . . . Vice-President 

"A heart to resolve, a head to contrive; and a hand to execute." 
Adv. mgr. Hindsonian, '29; Hi-Y, '29; President Epworth League, Last Semester, 
'29; President Methodist S. S. Class, '29. 



MAURINE K INZER, Yokena, Miss. 



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"To know her is to love her. for she is good as she is fair." 
Y. W. C. A. '28, '29; Christian Endeavor, '28, '29; Expression Club, '28; Dramatic 
Club, '28, '29. 



HARRY D. COLEMAN, Jackson, Miss. . . . Chairman Finance Committee 
"Tell him of Jacob's Ladder and he would ask the number of steps.'' 



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ROBERT ANDERSON— Flora, Miss. 

"Two-thirds of life is spent' in hesitating 
The other third in repenting." 

Methodist Sunday School Class, '29; Lit- 
erary Society, '29; Hi-Y, '28, '29; Epworth 
League, '28, '29; Bookkeeper (or Hind- 
sonian, '29. 



BODIE BEARD— Waynesboro, Miss. 

"His joys arc as deep as the ocean and 
his sorrows arc as light as the foam." 

Hi-Y, '29; Secretary Agoga S. S. Class, 
'29; Vice-Pres. Dramatic Club, '29; Chor- 
ister B. Y. P. U., '29; Glee Club, '29. 



HERMAN BERRYHILL— Learned, Miss. 

"Thank God He sometimes makes a Man 
on such a large plan.'' 

Hi-Y, '28, '29; Christian Endeavor, '28, 

'29; Literary Society, '29; Volley Ball, 

'29; Track, '28, '29; Basket Ball, '29. 



DeWITT BROADFOOT— Philadelphia 

Mississippi 

"Still pleased to learn and yet not proud 

to know." 
Hi-Y, '29; Epworth League, '29; Metho- 
dist Bible Class, '29. 

MARTHA BRIDGES— Terry, Miss. 

"None but her twin sister can be the 
same.'' 

MARY BRIDGES— Terry, Miss. 
Volley Ball, '28, '29. 

"None but her twin sister can be the 
same.'' 

JOHN A. COX— Brownsville, Miss. 

"/ hate nobody, f am in charity with 

the icorld." 
Hi-Y, '28, '29; Agoga S. S. Class, '28, '29; 
B. Y. P. U., '28, '29; French Club, '28, '29. 



WERDNA CRAWFORD— Eden, Miss. 

"A blond is she — 'Nuff said.'' 

Glee 'Club, *28, '29; Epworth League, '28, 

'29; Y. W. C. A., '28, '29; 



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BOBBIE BROWN— Sumner, Miss. 

"Age cannot wither her f nor custom take 

her infinite variety.'' 

Christian Endeavor, '28, '29; Y. W. C. A., 

'28, '29; Glee Club, '29. 



EVELYN BUELL— Bolton, Miss. 
"It's a life of ease I'm seeking.'' 



BERNICE BULLOCK— Booneville, Miss. 

"I shake all burdens from my heart, all 
weary thoughts away.'' 



BILLY CASPER— Raymond, Miss. 
"The mind is the standard of the man.'' 



DOROTHY CHAMBLEY— Jackson, Miss. 

''She shall show us how slender a thing 

a woman may be made." 

B. Y. P. U., '28; Y. W. C. A., '28, '29. 



VARA COLBERT— Brooksville, Miss. 

"The ideals for which she strives are 

always the highest." 

B. Y. P. U., '29; Glee Club, '29; Y. W. 

C. A., '29. 



JOSIE BUSH— Learned, Miss. 

"To know her is to be her friend." 

Epworth League, '29; Y. W. C. A. '29. 



MINNIE COLLUM— Morton, Mississippi 

"Let thy words be few." 

B. Y. P. U., '29; Y. W. C. A., '29; French 

Club, '29. 



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FRANCES JOHNSON— Anniston, Ala. 

"The greatest element of luck 
Is genuine, solid, old Teutonic pluck.'' 

Y. W. C. A., '29; Glee Club, '29; Christian 
Endeavor, '29; Dramatic Club, '29. 



CLARENCE MOORER— Jackson, Miss. 

"The curve of his lips can he accountel 
for because of his intimacy with the — 

Saxophone.'' 
Hi-Y, 29; Epworth League, '29; Dra- 
matic Club, '29; Glee Club, '29; Literary 
Society, '29; Art Editor Hindsonian, '29. 



LANCE JOHNSON— Anniston, Ala. 

"Charm strikes the eye, hut merit wins 
the soul." 

Christian Endeavor, '29; Hi-Y, '29; 
French Club, '29. 



LOIS MURPHREE— Jackson, Miss. 

"There are no Alps.'' 

Y. W. C. A., '29; Epworth League, '29; 

French Club, '29; Iota Gama Literary 

Society, '29. 



AUBREY LANN— Aberdeen, Miss. 

"One thing is for every good, and that 
one thing is success.'' 

Hi-Y, '28, '29; Agoga S. S. Class, '28, '29; 
B. Y. P. U., '28, '29. 



BRUCE McCAA— Lorman, Miss. 

"The only way to have a friend is to 

he one." 
Hi-Y, '29; Epworth League, '29; Metho- 
dist Bible Class, ; 29. 



BILL LINK— Bentonia, Miss. 
"Live your own romance.'' 

Hi-Y, '29; Epworth League, '29; Metho- 
dist Bible Class, '29; Literary Soci- 
ety, '29. 



JASPER OBERHAUSEN, Raymond, Miss. 

"As a walled town is more worthy than 

a village, so is the forehead of a married 

man more honorable than the bare brow 

of a bachelor.'' 

Football '29; Baseball '29. 



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"Kind words he ever has for all." 

Hi-Y, '29; B. Y. P. U., '29; Agoga S. S. 

Class '29. 



SEBIE SMITH— Raymond, Miss. 

"Love seldom haunts the breast where 
learning lies* 



MARY N. PURYEAR— Raymond, Miss. 
"Alaways smiling, always gay, 
Thats Marg in every way." 

INEZ ROGERS— Collins, Miss. 

"All's well that ends well." 

Y. W. C. A., '29. 

BUSTER SMITH— Jackson, Miss. 
"His dubious ways like the Mississippi 

are lined with bluffs." 
Foctball, '29; Captain-elect Football '30; 
Track, '29; Hi-Y, '29; B. Y. P. U.', '29. 

J. W. SMITH— Learned, Miss. 
"If I cant find a way, I'll make one." 
Hi-Y, '28 '29; Literary Society, '28, '29; 
Mgr. Football, '28, '29; Basket Ball, '28, 
'29; Baseball, '28, '29; Track, '28, '29. 



CARROLL SOJOURNER— Natchez, Miss. 

"0 man, that from thy fair and shining 

youth 

Age may take the things that youth 

needed not." 

Hi-Y, '29; Christian Endeavor, '29. 



LOUISE THOMPSON— Kennedy, Texas 

"She would talk to a stone or the grass 

blade by it. 

I wonder what would happen if she 

had to be quiet." 

Y. W. C. A., '28, '29; Christian Endeavor, 
'28, '29; Biggest Flapper '28, '29. 



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AUGUSTA COX— Brownsville, Miss. 

"She is a girl worth while. 

For she is one who can smile in the 

face of difficult!/." 

Y. W. C. A., '29. 



BILL GORDY— Louisville, Miss. 

"By the leaves in his hair, he commands 
attention." 

Hi-Y. '29; Christian Endeavor, '29. 



VIOLET DENTON— Jackson, Miss. 

"/L.9 merry as the day is long." 

Glee Club, '29; Y. W. C. A., '29; Dramatic 

Club, '29; B. Y. P. U., '29; French Club, 

'29; Orchestra, '29. 



BERRY N. HANNON— Raymond, Miss. 

"Calm whatever storms may strike the 

world.'' 



NONA WATSON— Learned, Miss. 
WILLIE DOWNING— Raymond, Miss. 

'VI friend may well he reckoned the " Th0sr " ho,lt her >' ea(1 ^ e Perfect ways 
masterpiece of nature.'' °> " onni - 

Y. W. C. A., '29. 



JAMES WATTS— Pelahatchie, Miss. 



VERNON C. FARRIOR— Vicksburg, Miss. 
"Alas the love of woman. 
It is known to he a lovely and fearful 

thing." "Frivolous unto fool-hardiness.'' 

Hi-Y, '29; Glee Club, '29; Dramatic Club, Hi-Y, '28, '29; B. Y. P. U., '28, '29; Agoga 
'29; Epworth League, '29; Methodist S. S. S. Class, '2S, '29; Literary Society, 
S. Class. '29. '28. '29. 



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BILLY BOULT Vicksburg, Miss. 

"Man is man, and master of his fate." 

Hi-Y, '28, '29; Methodist S. S. Class, '28, 

'29; Epworth League, '28, '29; Literary 

Society. '28, '29; Cheer Leader, '29. 



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Jackson, Miss. 



"Her eyes, softly dark, looked right into 
the heart of all whom she met." 

Y. W. C. A. '29; B. Y. P. U. '29. 



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Jackson, Miss. 



"If it's a friend yon seek, you have 
found her" 

Y. W. C. A., '28 '29; B. Y. P. U., '28, '29. 



JAMES WEBB .... Electric Mills. Miss. 

"Do noble deeds, don't dream them all 
day long." 

Hi-Y, '29; B. Y. P. U., '29; Baptist S. S. 
Class, '29. 



HINTON WILLIAMS . . Lumberton, Miss. 

• "Specialty — monkey training.'' 
Football, '29; Dramatic Club, '29; Glee 

Club, '29; Senior Orchestra, '29. 

ROMUEL WRIGHT . . . Learned, Miss. 
"'So live that when yon d\e people can 

say 'He was a man.' " 

Basket Ball, '29; Football, '29; Epworth 

League, '29. 

MARY HELEN YOUNGBLOOD, 

Clinton, Miss. 
"She could laugh at anything." 
B. Y. P. U., '21; Y. W. C. A., '29. 

REBECCA HART . . . Satartia, Miss. 
"A daughter of the gods — divinely fair, 

but not very tall." 
Y. W. C. A., '29; Basket Ball, '29; B. Y. 
P. U., '29; Girls' Athletic Editor, '29. 

LOUISE MORRIS . . . Meridian, Miss. 

"The best of sports, the truest of friends, 

Bobbie's the kind who always, wins." 

Y. W. C. A., '28, '29; Epworth League, '28, 

'29; Basket Ball, '28, '29; Track, '29. 



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MAX PATRICK, Vice-President 



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MAURINE BRASFIELD Port Gibson, Miss 

ELISE CHRONISTER Dushar, Miss 

ELWOOD COMFORT Jiackson, Miss 

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HENRY GINN Tylertown, Miss 

BENARD GRUNDY Jackson, Miss 

BOYCE HALSELL Jackson, Miss 

ELIZABETH HEITMAN Bolton, Miss 

O. T. JOHNSON Laurel, Miss 

ROBERT DENT LANCASTER Bolton, Miss 

CANDLER LEGGETT Jackson, Miss 

THERON LILES Jackson, Miss 

LOUISE MAGEE Tylertown, Miss 

EMMIE McGUFFIE Raymond, Miss 

KARL MOORER Jackson, Miss 

SPANGLER McMANUS Raymond, Miss 

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DEWITT PERKINS . DeKalb, Mississipp 

M [LURED RUSSELL Raymond, Mississipp 

HERMAN WHITTEN Jackson, Mississippi 

CECIL "BRIAN Raymond, Mississipp 

MIRIAM SUTHERLAND Raymond, Mississipp 

RAIFORD WINDHAM Jackson, Mississippi 

JOSIE SMITH Flora, Mississippi 



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II. G. LAIRD 

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As Athletic Director, Coach has had his hands quite full this year, but you will 
agree with us that he made quite a neat job of all his work. A glance at the results 
of his teams' victories during '28 and '29 will convince anybody that he knows his 
pigskin — and his men. He is a good coach and an athlete of high standing. He re- 
ceived his training from Coach Bohler, director of athletics at Mississippi College for 
some years. While Coach Laird attended this college, he was a) letter man in Baseball, 
Basket Ball and Football. He was also a member of the S. I. A. A. Championship 
basket ball team in 192G. His men will remember him as a coach who always stood 
for clean athletics. 

CARROLL WRTGIIT 

Captain 

Carroll came to Raymond in 1926, and promptly won a place on the team as 
a center. Coming back in 1927, he repeated the act, and was elected captain of the 1928 
squad. The Eagles can boast of few, if any, harder fighting men than Carroll. He 
was always in the middle of the fray, and kept his opponents wondering what he was 
going to do next. In Carroll we have pictured a clean sportsman and a true athlete. 

BUSTER SMITH 
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E. R. Smith, better known as Buster, former Central Hi grid star and All State 
end, was elected Captain of the Eagles for the 1929 season. Buster was one of the 
most dependable players on the Eagle eleven, and his stellar work won him a place 
on the mythical All-Star Junior College aggregation. This "Carrot top" lad was in 
nu st games, and opposing teams learned early in the game that plays around his 
end were hard to make. 



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Football material at the beginning of the season was plentiful. Both letter 
men and inexperienced men reported to Coach Laird for a tryont for the team. 
Our line-up in the season's first game, which was played with Simpson Junior 
College, was as follows : Captain Wright at center, L. Wright and Brady at 
tackles, Mnrchison and Williams at guard, Thompson and Smith at ends, Bryant 
at full, Mobley and Richardson at the halves, and Cox at quarter. This was by 
no means the season's line-up, for there were men who did not play who were 
just as good as the ones on the first line-up. 




The Eagles won four out of nine games. Two of 
those games were worth all the victories over the 
other teams added together. For years Wesson aud 
Perkinston have been the outstanding rivals of our 
team. This year, when Wesson invaded the field, the 
rumor was that another defeat was in store for H. J. 
C. But the Eagles spread their wings and literally 
flew away with a 26 — 6 victory. They repeated the 
same performance in the game with Perkinston with 
a 6 — victory. 

So H. J. C. considers her football season a grand 
success, and she is very proud of her Eagles. 



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CHESTER COX— End 

Chester came to H. J. C from Flora. He was fleet of foot which made it easy 
for him to get down under punts. His opponents found it mighty hard to get him 
out of the game. 

BOB MOBLEY— Halfback 

For the past two years Boh has rendered valuable service to the team. Besides 
his being a football man, he is also a track man. This training proved a valuable 
asset in his ability and speed at ground gaining. Bob is to graduate this year, 
and the team will sadly miss him next season. 

JAMES MURCHISON— Guard 

This was "Little Murch's" first year with the Eagles. Although he weighed only 
one hundred and forty-one pounds, his grit and determination won him a place on 
the first team. His name was submitted by the Wesson coach for left guard on the 
All State Junior College Team. 

MELVIN RICHARDSON— Guard 

"Big Rich" played at end last year, but this year he was moved to the guard 
position where most of j^is power could be used. Some of his opponents will agree 
that he used that power in tackling and opening up holes in the line. 

CRESSLYN RICHARDSON— Halfback 

Broken field running, passing, and serving as a quarter seemed to be second 
nature with "Rich." Although out most of the season with a bad shoulder, he got in 
shape to render service in the Bulldog-Eagle game. 



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CRAWLEY STUBBLEFIELD— Guard 

A good hard fighting guard describes Stubblet'ield. Wearing the Red and White 
for the first time, this big guard was a strong man for the Eagles. 

GARNETT THOMPSON— End 

Garnett rounds out his fourth year at right end on the Eagle Varsity. He 
served as captain of the '27 and '28 squads. Although the lightest player on the team, 
he never failed to give a good account of himself. He can tackle with speed and is 
especially adept at crashing lines on the defense. Garnett also finishes this year, and 
the Eagles are losing a valuable player. 

OREN VARNADO— Halfback 

Oren came to the Eagles from Magnolia. His grit and determination were potent 
factors in every game. When it came to blocking" and running interference, he was 
hard: to excell. 

HINTON WILLIAMS— Guard 

Despite a more or less serious injury throughout the season, "Red" was an out- 
standing guard. Whenever called upon for service, "Red" never failed to give a good 
account of himself. 

LANCE WRIGHT— Tackle 

Although Lance has been out of school a season or two, we know that he has 
not lost any of his ability as a football player. His knack of breaking up plays was a 
great help in every game. 



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CECIL ALLEN— Tackle 

This makes "Al's" fourth year with the Eagles. His ability to get through 
small holes in the line and buck plays was an asset to the team. "Al" could always 
be counted upon to do his best. 

LAMAR BERRYHILL— Tackle 

When Coach Laird issued the call for football men, he found "Big" Berryhill back 
on the job. Berryhill was one of the best linemen that the Eagles possessed. It. was due 
to his great strength that many of our opponents' plays went wrong. 

THELTON BRYANT— Fullback 

This year finished "Barrel's" second season with the Eagles. When it came to 
blocking and backing up the line, "Barrel" was right there. Our opponents always 
said, "Get that fullback." 

HAROLD CARR— Halfback 

One hundrel and seventy pounds of brawn and unusual speed, and plenty of grit 
was Can*. One of the sensations of the gridiron this year. His outstanding contri- 
butions were in the Perkinston and Wesson games. 

MILTON COX— Quarter 

Speed, "guts," and ability, that's Milton on the gridiron. As a halfback, his 
speed made him hard to down: And, as a quarter, his ability to run the team and 
judge plays made him an outstanding man. 



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Coach Laird's basketeers got off with a nice start this year by winning 
their first three games. With nearly all of last years men back, Coach Laird 
proved his ability as a basket ball coach by producing one of the best teams 
in the history of the Eagles. The team went to the conference with great hopes 
of winning the championship, but unluckily they drew one of the strongest 
teams in the conference. They lost by a small score of 32 — 26. We are proud 
of them because they had to play the team that won the championship first. 

The men to make the squad are: L. Berryhill, C. Wright, Capt. Brady, 
M. Richardson, L. Wright, S. Bardin, S. Davis, H. Berryhill, J. W. Smith, R. 
Wright, C. Sojourner, R. Robinson, 0. Kitchens, J. Webb, and T. Liles. 



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SCHEDULE 

Papooses 33 Eagles 25 

Moorhead 20 Eagles 43 

Moor head 17 Eagles 43 

T. J. C. 17 Eagles 50 

Canton "Y" 24 Eagles 45 

Con-Lin 31 Eagles 29 

Co-Lin 32 Eagles 19 

Poplarville 32 Eagles 26 

Canton "Y" 30 Eagles 34 

Crystal Springs "Y" 27 Eagles 42 



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S. T. C. 42 Eagles 30 

Clarke 31 Eagles 21 

Perkinston 35 Eagles 37 

Ellisville 28 Eagles 31 

Perkinston 49 Eagles 40 

S. T. C. 42 Eagles 3S 

S. T. C. 46 Eagles 13 

Canton "Y" 23 Eagles 28 

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As the Hindsonian goes to press, the Eagle's diamond men are practicing 
daily for a lengthy schedule that will be well on its way by the time the annual 
is finished. Coach Laird says lie has some good prospects and that the present 
indications are that this spring's Eagles will be better than those of last year. 
The Eagles made a credible showing last season by winning a majority of 
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One of the strongest track teams in the history of Hinds Junior College 
athletics was produced during the season of 1928; with all of last year's men 
hack, and a great aggregation of new material, Coach Laird expects to turn out a 
team equally as good. The bright spot in the season of success was the showing 
in the Junior College Field Meet held at Raymond in the spring of 1928. The 
Eagles carried away first honors by winning a total of 63 points to their nearest 
opponent's 30. 

The men back from last year are: Mohley, Thompson, Richardson, II. 
Eerryhill, L. Berryhill, Carr, Kitchens, and Cox. The new men are Broadfoot, 
Fa'rrior, Comfort, J. A. Cox, Bardin, M. Richardson, F. Ginn, McLemore, 
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For three consecutive years, the Hinds Junior College volley ball team lias 
easily won the state championship. In 1928, the H. J. C. boys defeated the 
two strongest teams in the conference to win the title, scoring 60 points to 4 
points for the opposition. This year they defeated their opponents by a score 
of 60 to 9 for tiie opposition. 

The men on the team are : Stubblefield, Broadfoot, Berryhill, Ca'rr, Mc- 
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MISS MOTLOW 

COACH 

This year was Miss Motlow's first year to coach girls' basket ball, but she turned 
out a very good team. With only two letter men to work with, she showed her skill 
by developing a team of experienced basketeers who made a good showing during the 
season. Miss Motlow had "that something" which makes a team fight, and she treated 
her players with a consideration that made them willing to give their best in every 
game. 



EVELYN HAMBEELIN 

CAPTAIN ( Forward ) 

"If Eve is on, we'll win." How many times has that been said before a game? 
If consistent playing was needed, alright — and if the game demanded flash, she was 
right there. Not only was her shooting above par, but her generalship of the floor 
was excellent. 



VAN TAYLOR 

ASSISTANT COACH 

His real name is Van, but to us he is just plain "Fat," a fellow who loved his 
work and put his best into it. What would we have done without his "Little Sermons" 
before every game, and the "pep" that he put into a team? What more can we say 
of him than that he always put the team's welfare first land looked out for himself 
afterward? 



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RUN CENTER 
Bobbie: the very spirit of Eagle grit and determination. Nothing daunted her, 
and she was capable of playing a great game. 

ELIZABETH COX 

RUN CENTER 
She was quiet, but how she could play ball! 

AGNES RACE 

FORWARD 
Every team has a player who can always be depended upon, and Agnes was such 
a player; steady and unbeatable, she proved a formidable opponent. 

ERMA LEE RICHARDSON 

GUARD 

A veritable machine of speed and strength was she. A forward had hard work 
to outplay her. 

VERA McKAY 

GUARD 
A fast little guard whose floor work was excellent. Her passes to center were 
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JUMP CENTER 
She was calm until the game grew close, then her fighting spirit flamed, and 
she showed her real ability. 

LUCILLE BERRYIIILL 

JUMP CENTER 
A crack player at center or guard. Her work in every phase of the game was 
excellent. 

BETTY RAE PATRICK 

FORWARD 
Short, quick passing was her best asset, and she had a true eye for the basket. 

REBECCA HART 

FORWARD 
Her small size made hard work for a guard, and her floor work was above par. 

HELEN DUKE 

GUARD 

Helen played a fast game. She could cover a court with amazing speed, and 
could pass a ball with unfailing aim. 



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The call for basketeers, season of '29, brought a large squad out, but only 
two letter players, both forwards. Coach Motlow had to find and develop new 
guards and centers. A few games were necessary t,o familiarize the team with 
the "ropes" in basket ball, and to teach them not to "blow up" in the 
pinches. Naturally, we did not make such a brilliant start ; after the opening 
games, the squad rounded into one of the "Fightinest" little teams in the 
conference. They were never defeated till the last whistle blew, and they knew 
how to lose like real athletes. Their season was not as brilliant as last year's 
team, but they made credible showing in the tournament, and we feel sure 
that no other team except the champions could have had a better season. 



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The H. J. C. girls have proved themselves, in the last three years capable 
of record breaking paces, and they are not apt to lose their reputation this 
year. 

Last year's team was made np of Catheryn Ratliff, Maude Wynn, Erma 
Lee Richardson, and Evelyn Hamberlin. Only two of these high steppers, 
Richardson and Hamberlin, returned this year, but there are many new ones 
who are making excellent track material. 

With such good prospects as we have now, II. J. C. is expecting her girls 
to carry off many honors at the field meet this year, and we feel sure that 
Ave count on them to make a brilliant showing in that event, 



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The H. J. C. volley hall girls know how to "hold their own" when it comes 
to playing ball. At the tournament this year, they were again victorious, thus 
carrying off state championship for three consecutive years. Poplarville went 
down before them with a score of 30 — 4, and Wesson with a score of 30 — 2. 
The team is composed of the following girls: Hazel Carter, captain, Mary 
Bridges, Isobel and Cecile O'Brien, Dorothy Allen, and Elsie Mae Hutchins. 



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To the patrons, the faculty, and the student hody of Hinds Junior College, 
we, the annual staff for the 1929 Hindsonian, wish to express our sincere appre- 
ciation for the interest you have shown in the making and publication of this 
hook. You have given us the material, the co-operation, and the support that 
is necessary to publish an annual, and we want you to feel that. this is your 
own book. Without your help, the Staff could have done nothing. Our part 
has been to make tangible your thoughts and your ideas, and we hope that we 
have done our part satisfactorily. 




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JACK BEARD . 
BOLIVAR LEE SUTHERLAND 
GEORGE H. MACKIE . 



. President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Director 



The orchestra, under the direction of Mr George H. Mackie who has under 
his management also the Mississippi College Band at Clinton, usually meets 
every Monday and Thursday evenings for practice. At which times, after 
most of the members have assembled and the "fiddles have been tuned up," 
they settle down for two hours of entertainment to any one who might chance 
to be in hearing distance. Usually, after the first members have arrived, Skip- 
per strolls in and leisurely collects his cornet from one corner and his music 
from another. When "Bag io' Bones" is announced, Jack makes a dive for 
his bottle of oil and applies it most generously to his trombone because he 
knows that only the "slipperest sliding" will get him through that number. 
Pat's close-fitting horn requires a good deal of hot air in order to be played, 
and Fat can certainly furnish that. But after all their faults, they are a merry 
hand, and at the close of each practice it may well he said that a good as well 
as constructive time is enjoyed by all. 



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CRESSLYN RICHARDSON . 
BOLIVAR LEE SUTHERLAND 
EVELYN HAMBERLIN . 
GRACE M. PLUMLEE . 
EVELYN HAMBERLIN . 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Director 

Accompanist 



The most notable attainment of this year's Glee Club was the production 
of the operetta "Jerry of Jericho Road." It is said that this was the best 
program of its kind given in some years at H. J. C. The'' Glee Club has given 
programs in chapel and plans to sing during commencement. Due to the 
excellent direction of Miss Plumlee, the Glee Club can say that it has had a 
most successful vear. 



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MARIE LORD . 
BODIE BEARD 
EULA MAE WEEMS 
MISS MOTLOW 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Director 



The Dramatic Club did not begin activities until late in the year. How- 
ever, under the efficient direction of Miss Motlow, it put on successfully a 
negro minstrel and Elite contest for the Hindsonian. The Dramatic Club will 
sponsor the Sophomore and Senior plays. 



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IDELLE CLEMENT . 
LILA MAE WILLIAMS 
LYNDA CRAWLEY 
MISS TATE 



President 

. Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Advisor 



Eula Mae Weems 
Lois McClellan 
Frances Linam 



CABINET 



Bolivar Lee Sutherland 
Elizabeth Cox 
Gladys Stokes 



At the beginning of the session 1928-29 the Y. W. C. A. superceded the 
Girl Reserve of H. J. C. Among this year's attainments on which the organi- 
zation prides itself are : The bettering ;of its financial status, the beginning 
of the practice of carol singing at special seasons, the establishment of a 
nightly vesper service in the girls' dormitory, and the planning of weekly 
programs based on the three-fold development symbolized by the blue triangle. 



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OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER 



Cresslyn Richardson 
William Sanders 
Bob Mobley 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



OFFICERS — second semester 



William Sanders . 
Crawley Stubblefield 
Bryan McLemore . 
Bob Mobley 
R. H. Barnett 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Advisor 



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Evelyn Hamberlin 
Eula Mae Weems 



OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



OFFICERS — second semester 



Chalmers Broadfoot 
Lily Burnett 
Helen Duke 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



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ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

A precedent was established in the history of Hinds Junior College Athletics 
this year, when the student body voted to create an athletic council composed of 
members of the faculty and student body. The council is composed of Mr. Cain, ex- 
officio chairman, Coach Laird, Coach Motlow, and a representative from the Sophomore, 
Freshman, Senior and Junior High School classes, making a total of seven members. 



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Bodie Beard 
Irma Lee Richardson . 
Bodie Beard . 
Willie Bell Mathews 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Chorister 

Pianist 



Jack Beard . 
Lila Mae Williams 
Oswell Kitchen 
Gladys Stokes 



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Group Captain No. 2 
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Most Popular Girl 
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Cutest Girl 
Louise Thompson 

Best All Round Student 
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Most Popular Boy 
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Most Stylish Girl 
Odette Ashley 

Most Studious 
Lolise Ellis 

Most Polite 
Garnett Thompson 

Most Original 
Harry D. Coleman 

Biggest Flapper 
Louise Thompson 

' 'Best Boy Athlete 
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Best Girl Athlete 
Evelyn Hamberlin 

Peppiest 
Bob Mobley 

Wittiest 

William Sanders 

Biggest Sheik 
Haery 1). Coleman 



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On this page we have the photographic image of probably the best known 
character on the II. J. C. campus. Oscar is always the same. Here he looks 
down upon us with the self-same gaze that he fixes upon the rising biscuit 
every morning and upon the hash that he frequently stirs. He is gifted with 
many talents. The way he balances stoves and juggles rolls would save anyone 
the price of a ticket to an acrobatic performance, while anyone in need or re- 
ligious attention would find in Oscar a very accomplished preacher to say 
nothing of his gift at singing. 

Oscar is a very close observer and will never forget a single one of us. 
Pie may rest assured that, wherever we are, when we seat ourselves at a table 
and see a menu starring GRITS, we shall think of him. 

0, thou teachers whose business it is to impart History and English to 
these brainless students till they runneth over — what art thou compared to 
this great man whose task it is to fill their bottomness stomachs! 



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JITNEY JUNGLE 



Save a Nickel on a Quarter 



REEVES CASH STORE 



Serves Ycu Best — Saves You Most 



Capitol and Farish Sts. — Jackson, Miss. 



Billy: "Oh, I just hit my crazy bone!" 

Bobbie: "You poor boy, you must hurt all over." 



D. C. SIMMONS, Inc. 

GENERAL MERCHANT 

Car lot shippers of 

Peas, Beans, Beets, Cabbage, Carrots 

and Tomatoes 



UTICA, MISSISSIPPI 



Hagaman Drug Store 

The Store Service Built 

Prescriptions — Drugs — Candy — Cigars 
and Toilet Articles a Specialty 

RAYMOND, MISSISSIPPI 



BANK OF UTICA 

D. C. SIMMONS— President 
D. A. CARMICHAEL— Vice-President 

J. D. CARMICHAEL— Cashier 
B. T. ROBERTS— Assistant Cashier 

UTICA, MISSISSIPPI 
Strong, Safe and Conservative 

Biggs Hardware Co. 

Hardware — Undertaker 
UTICA, MISSISSIPPI 

Raymond Service Station 

Standard Products 
We Live Up To Our Name 



Miss Williams: "I like this dog, but his legs are too short." 
Clerk: "Too short. Why madam they all four reach the floor." 



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GREAT "8" DAIRY FEED 

is a pure product, without any 
by-products, or cheap adulterants 



Made Fresh Daily By 
MISSISSIPPI'S BIG PEED PLANT 



THE GREAT "8" MILLS 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



The Outstanding Chevrolet of 
Chevrolet History 

A Six in the Price Range of a Four 



Gasoline — Accessories — Service 
Open Day and Night 



Lamar Puryear 
Chevrolet Company 

RAYMOND, MISSISSIPPI 



Bodie: "Will it take Fat long to pack for the holiday vacation, 
Jack: "Pack. Why, when Fat buttons his coat his trunk is locked." 



JACKSON 
SHOE HOSPITAL 

Repairs Shoes Better 

Mail Order Given Special Attention 

412 East Capitol Street 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

H. T. Cottam & Co, Inc. 

Corner South Roach and West 

Pascagoula Streets 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

Distributors of 

Quality Products at Low Prices 



R. G. MATHENY & CO. 

JEWELERS AND ENGRAVERS 

157 East Capitol Street 

Phone 2667 Jackson, Mississippi 



No Tipping 



We Carry Your Tray 



"Southern Hospitality" 

213 West Capitol Street Jackson, Miss. 

JOE L. OULETTA, Manager 
JOE U. BOZEMAN, Proprietor 



Watts: "Frances is a man hater." 

Webb: "Howzat?" 

Watts: "Hates to be without them.' 



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Vicksburg", Mississippi 



Made the Photos in this Annual 






Specialists in Fine 

Photographs for 

Annuals 







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JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 




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J A CKSOAT,Af/SSi 



The Best Values 
The Best Styles 



The Best Quality 
The Best Service 



Clothing of Quality 
For All the Family 



JACKSON, 



MISSISSIPPI 





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SMILE AND THE WORLD 
GIGGLES WITH YOU 




Keep smiling by purchasing 

your Drugs, Sodas, Sandwiches, 

Toilet Articles, etc from 

KELLY WILLIAMS 
DRUG STORE 

Phone 58 Raymond, Miss. 

' ' Th e College Hangej ut" 



Drink 






8 million bottles per day, 
it had to be good 

The only drink that is 100i% pure 



Jackson Coca-Cola 
Bottling Company 



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When you need College Supplies, 
Silverware, Dishes, Glassware, 
Brooms, Mops, Paint, Varnish 

See 

Addkison Hardware Co. 



151 E. Capitol St. 



Phone 4085 



Parking Space in Lot Back of Store 



Downing-Locke Co. 



Jackson's Shopping Center 



Standard Quality Merchandise 



Jackson, 



Mississippi 



A Complete Line of Ladies' Wear 



Mr. Ashcraft: "Say, look here, yer ain't getting as much milk from them cows 
as y'uster." 

Purvis: "No, sir, kinda lost my pull." 



School of Character 

College of Liberal Arts 

Conservatory of Fine Arts 
A nnodcrn college for young women, 

which places emphasis upon the funda- 
mentals rather than the fads in educa- 
tion, maintaining the highest scholastic 
standards, and yet which recognizes ihe 
cultural values in music and other fine 
arts. 

Courses leading to A.B. and, B.S. 
Degrees 

A safe school for Mississippi girls 

G. T. GILLESPIE, President 
Jackson, Mississippi 



Brown Coal Company 

Miners and Supplies 

Steam and Domestic Coal 

Blacksmith Coal and Coke 

2(} South Main St.— Memphis, Tenn. 

Hobert's Beauty Salon 

171 East Capitol Street — Jackson, Miss. 
Jackson's Only Exclusive Ladies' Shop 

Eugene Permanent Wave — $12.00 
Other Waves— $10.00 



Carr: "I've got something en that girl." 
Max: "Yeah. What is it " 
Carr: "My fraternity pin." 



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A Health Food — Always in Season 



Factories 



JACKSON 



VICKSBUKG 



Mr. McCIellan: "What do you mean by bringing my daughter home at this hour?" 
Carroll: "Well, I gotta be at work by seven." 



Merchants & Planters 
Bank 



Capital and Surplus over $40,000.00 



Deposits Guaranteed by Depositors Fund 



RAYMOND, MISSISSIPPI 



W. T. Nichols & Co., Inc. 

DRINK STATE HOUSE 

100% Pure Coffee 

The South's Finest 

119 North Gallatin St.— Jackson, Miss. 

J. A. HUBER 

SHOE REPAIRER 
174 East Capitol Street 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

The Goodwin Insurance 
Agency Incorporated 

General Insurance 
UTICA, MISSISSIPPI 



Pat: "Hear about Bill Gordy's being arrested for going down the street naked?" 

Bill Link: ""No." 

Fat: "He was on his way to a strip crap game." 



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FRATERNITY, COLLEGE 

and 

CLASS JEWELRY 

Commencement Announcements and Invitations 

Official Jeweler to Hinds Junior College 

Also Official Jeweler and Stationer to the Senior 

and Junior High School Classes 

L. G. Balfour Company 

Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers 
ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS 

Skipper: "Yer gotta take your hat off to them fellers." 
Red: "Whosat?" 
Skipper: "Barbers." 



Planters Lumber Co. 



Everything from Foundation to 
Chimney Top 

Your business and inquiries appreciated 



Phone 4103 



Jackson, Miss. 



MARKSTYLE SHOP 



Ladies' Ready to Wear 



411 East Capitol Street 



Phone 2272 



Jackson, Miss. 



J. L. ALBRITON 

Watchmaker — Jeweler — Engraver 

Lamar Life Insurance Building 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Game Warden: "Hey, young man, what's the idea of hunting with a last year's 
license?" 

Mr. Barnett: "O'h, I'm only shooting at the birds I missed last year." 




'I THE HOME OF FIRST QUALITY GOODS" 

SPECIALS 

Allen- A Hose and Underwear 

Hats and Caps 

Brown Built Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen 

Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries 

WHEN YOU WANT IT RING 37 

AT YOUR SERVICE 

Chas. Long Company 

RAYMOND, MISSISSIPPI 



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IT PAYS TO BUY THE BEST 



Doris: "I take Aspirin to clear my head." 
Dorothy: "Oh, I see — a sort of vacuum cleaner." 



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Capitol and Lamar Sts. — Jackson Miss. 



R. H. GREEN 

Wholesale Grocer and Feed Manufacturer 

Cold Storage 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

S. P. McRAE CO. 

We Clothe the Whole Fapiily 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

McMurchy Barber Shop 

The College Hang-Out 

Ladies Invited: 

D. A. McMURCHY, Proprietor 

RAYMOND, MISSISSIPPI 



Miss Allen: "Where would you like your seats?" 
Monk: "Oh, about a good egg's throw from the stage." 



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Jackson Hardware Co. 

(Incorporated) 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

HARDWARE, STOVES, CROCKERY, 
SPORTING GOODS 

513-515 East Pearl Street 

Cumberland Phone 264 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Buster: "Why do they call ships 'she?'" 

Pauline: "Because, sailors think they can handle them." 



DeSOTO 

PAINTS AND VARNISHES 

Don Saunders, Inc. 

Wholesale and Retail 

PAINTS AND WALLPAPERS 

414 East Capitol Street Phone SC5 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Matthew Candy Co. 

J. R. MATTHEW— Proprietor 

Jobbers of Leading Lines 

Where it is Always Fresh 
and of the Best 

Sehraffts Package Chocolate 
A Specialty 



511 East Pearl Street 



Phone 3489 



When in Jackson Make Our Store 
Your Headquarters 

THE HUB 

Styles For College Men 



Biggs & Humphreys 

Rico Clothing — they are dependable 
$18.50 to $45.00 

163 East Capitol Street 



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Compliments of 

MANGEL'S 

Ladies' Ready To Wear 
128 East Capitol Street Jackson, Miss 

"The Store All Ladies Know" 



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Have Your Clothes Ready For 

Kolb's Truck 
Calls Every Monday and Thursday 

Kolb's Cleaning- Co. 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Doris: "I'll have you know I'm descended from nobility." 
Slim: "My, what a descent!" 



Merchants Grocery Co. 

INCORPORATED 

Utica, Mississippi Phone 81 

Wholesale Groceries 
Fruits and Vegetables 

Your Business Appreciated 



Gaddis Motor Company 

LINCOLN— FORD— FORDSON 
CARS— TRUCKS— TRACTORS 

RAYMOND, MISSISSIPPI 



Send All Your Kodak Finishing to 

The Electric Studio 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Our French Dry Cleaning is Best 

Like Sterling on Silver — 

More Can Not Be Said 

FRENCH DRY CLEANERS 

Jackson Steam Laundry 

Phones 730-378 



Miss Andrews: "Time surely separates the best of friends." 

Coach Laird: "Quite true. Fourteen years ago, we were both eighteen. Now 
you are twenty-three and I am thirty-two." 



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