Millsaps College - Bobashela Yearbook (Jackson, MS)

 - Class of 1952

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it Wi If liiiwIMlWiii ttMi I 1 I I m ' ll I (1,1 ' .I 1 ' ' ' , iMii till ' til ill j-j if ll a f- !| i„ |f if lift 1 .Mjiil. ' " I J i II ma 10 ' J. Sfd Wfc - «•. » «%m ;r » v • - „ . - tkrou TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Introduction ------------- 3 Dedication ------------- 8 In Memoriam ------------- 10 The Administration and Faculty --------- 11 Classes ------------- 25 Activities ------------- 53 Snapshots - ------- 65 Features ------------- 75 Socials ----- 87 Athletics ------------- 109 Organizations ------------- 127 Advertisements ------------ 155 Two cJne G amera eateries a l (PL au • • • Four uz LaxalL Five eiaxatioYi jBp% « V . ( Ai£ (camera sees . . of u I K i :?? »»ssw -$n u To Miss Carolyn Bufkin, without whose wonderful disposition and helping hand many of us would not have lasted through four years and graduation ; To Professor Lance Coss for his genuine and unceasing interest and work in and with the students of Millsaps; To Dr. Vernon L. Wharton, writer, scholar, lecturer-deluxe, and long time good friend to Millsaps students; We humbly dedicate this, the 1952 Bobashela. Eight MISS CAROLYN BUFKIN PROFESSOR LANCE COSS DR. VERNON L WHARTON ■ . . M Nine STACY DUVALL JENKINS 1929—1951 THOMAS JACKSON GRAYSON 1931—1951 « MEMO V Let us so live that these mail not have died in vain. Ten Eleven MARION LOFTON SMITH A. M., B. D., Ph. D., LL. D. €fc PRESIDENT Twelve Thirteen BOARD OP TRUSTEES OFFICERS R. L. EZELLE President N. J. GOLDING Secretary A. B. CAMPBEL! Treasurer Term Expires in 1952 REV. B. M. HUNT, D.D Jackson REV. N. J. GOLDING, D.D. Greenwood VIRGIL D. YOUNGBLOOD ._ Brookhaven F. B. SMITH Ripley W. B. SELAH, D.D. Jackson W. J. CUNNINGHAM Greenville JOHN EGGER Meridian A. L. ROGERS New Albany Term Expires in 1955 REV. V. R. LANDRUM Columbia W. O. TATUM Hattiesburg W. E. BUFKiN Leland REV. J. D. SLAY Hattiesburg REV. L. P. WASSON, D.D West Point REV. J. D. WROTEN, D.D Louisville R. L. EZELLE Jackson E. C. BREWER Clarksdale Cke PRESIDENT ' S HOME The beautiful and modern new President ' s Home on the Millsaps Campus j " WILLIAM EMIL RIECKEN, Ph.D. DEAN OF MEN Professor of Biology J. W. WOOD ' .USINESS MANAGER Fourteen ELBERT S. WALLACE i. A., Birmingham-Southern College; M. A., Ph.D., Duke University Registrar; Professor of Economics RAY S. MUSCRAVE, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Dean of Students THE ADMINISTRATION MRS. MARY B. STONE Dean of Women Professor of English STEWART SMITH, B.D. Dean of Chapel Fifteen C. M. BARTLING B.B.A., University of Mississippi Director of Physical Education and Coach MABEL BENNER COBB A.B., St. Lawrence University A. M., University of North Carolina Professor of Spanish MAGNOLIA COULLET A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., University of Penn. B.M., Belhaven College; Graduate work in Voice, Bordeaux, France Associate Professor of Latin, Professor of Voice ELIZABETH CRAIG A.B., Barnard College, Columbia University; A.M., Columbia University Diplome de la Sorbonne, Ecole de Preparation des Professeurs, de Francais a L ' Etranger, Faculty of Letters, University of Paris Associate Professor of French €£ e Sixteen BUIE GYM MMCES ELIZABETH DECELL B.A., Whitworth College; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., University of Alabama Director of Physical Education for Women DALE R. DUNNIHOO B.S., Gannon Co ' lege M.S., the University of Michigan Assistant Professor of Biology JAMES SHARBROUGH FERGUSON B.A., Millsaps College; M.A., Louisiana State University; Ph.D., University of North Carolina Professor of History NEAL BOND FLEMING B., B.D., Emory University; S.T.M., Ph.D., Boston University Professor of Philosophy u 1 I f SULLIVAN-HARRELL HALL Seventeen CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY B.S., Millsaps College; A.M., and advanced graduate work, Duke University Asociate Professor of Physics EB C. GIRVIN B.A., M.A., Ph.D., the University of Texas Professor of Biology MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN A.B., Agnes Scott College; A.M., Tulane University Associate Professor of English LANCE GOSS A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., Northwestern University Assistant Professor of Speech Director of Dramatics €£ e Eighteen CHRISTIAN CENTER ! ill i. h ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania Professor of Classical Languages and German PAUL D. HARDIN A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., Duke University; Graduate Work, University of Southern California Assistant Professor of English ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES A.B., LL.B., University of Tennessee Vice-Consul of the United States in Scotland and England; A.M., and advanced graduate work, George Peabody College Professor of Education NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY A.B., Mississippi State Colle ge for Women Instructor of Secretarial Studies u 1 I 1 MURRAH HALL Nineteen --1 RALPH HAMILTON HUTTO, JR. B.A., Millsaps College; B.J., University of Missouri School of Journalism Instructor in English Director Department of Public Relations FRANKLIN W. JAMES B.S., Mississippi College; Ph.D., University of North Carolina Associate Professor of Chemistry ALVIN JON KING Studied at Oberlin Conservatory of Music; Northwestern School of Music; Christiansen Choral School Private study with W. S. B. Matthews, Fanny Bloomfield, Zeisler, and Power Symonds Director of Millsaps Singers SAMUEL ROSCOE KNOX A.B., A.M., University of Mississippi; Graduate Work, University of Michigan Assistant Professor of Mathematics € ; e Twenty WHITWORTH HALL RAYMOND LOYD MclLVENNA A.B., Williamette Univer- sity; A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University Professor of Political Science ROSS HENDERSON MOORE B.S., M.S., Millsaps College; A.M., University of Chicago; Ph.D., Duke University Professor of History MILDRED MOREHEAD A.B., Mississippi State College for Women; A.M., Duke University Assistant Professor of English JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE B.S., Millsaps College; M.S., University of Mississippi; Ph.D., Louisiana State University Professor of Chemistry u I 1 SANDERS HALL Twenty-One RICHARD R. PRIDDY B.S., in Ed., Ohio Northern University; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State University Professor of Chemistry JACK E. PRINCE A.B., A.M., Ohio State University; Graduate work at Ohio State University Associate Profess or of Economics THOMAS LEE REYNOLDS B.S., Guilford College; A.M., Ph.D., University of North Carolina Professor of Mathematics ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS A.B., Southwestern (Texas); A.B., Yale University; Rhodes Scholar, 1907-1910; A.B., A.M., University of Oxford (Honors School) Professor of Romance Languages €£ e f fl Twenty-Two CALLOWAY HALL VERNON LANE WHARTON MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE A.B., Millsaps Collegs; A.M., Ph.D., University of North Carolina Professor of Socioloy and History A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Harvard University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Professor of English WILLIAM S. WINN Ph.B., B.D., Emory University; A.M., University of North Carolina Associate Professor of Mathematics JAMES DORSEY WROTEN B.A., Millsaps College; B.D., Southern Mehodist University; A.M., Ed.D., Columbia University Associate Professor of Religion u 1 VIEW FROM MURRAH HALL TOWARDS LIBRARY AND FOUNDERS HALL Twenty-Three KARL WOLFE B.F.A., Chicago Art Institute; William M. R. French Fellowship; Study abroad for one year; Study and Teaching Pa. School of Art Summer School CAROLYN BUFKIN B.A., Millsaps College Assistant to the Registrar MARTHA BENNETT Secretary to the President MRS. DOROTHY NETTLES Cashier ziu SI If I MARY FRANCES GOODWIN MRS. JESSIE P. JORDAN Assistant, Registrars Office Secretary to the Dean MRS. ANNE DeMOSS Assistant, Registrars Office FRANCES WEBB SHELTON Secretary to the Business Manager Twenty-Four CURTIS McGOWAN, President 1st Term WILLIAM HOLLAND, President 2nd Term James Aldridge Adrienne Bourgeois Stanley Clendinning Laura Ceil Allen John Bowers Carolyn Collins Donald Anderson John Bowie Eddie Collins ABEL, BEULAH --------- Duck Hill IRC ALDRIDGE, JAMES -------- Jackson LXA IFC, IRC, Pres. LXA ALLEN, LAURA CEIL -------- Jackson Chi Beethovan Club ANDERSON, DONALD ------- Vicksburg ANDERSON, ROBERT REED ------ Natchez PiKA ODK, Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities IRC Pres. BLACK, WENDELL -------- Jackson PiKA BLACKWELL, HIGDON ------- Jackson BLAKENEY, JOE FRANK ----- Bay Springs KA IFC, IRC BOLEWARE, SAMMY -------- Carson KS Twenty-Six bert Reed Anderson Sandra Campbell Ed Curtis Wendell Black Thelma Ann Canode Ella Virginia Courtney Higdon Blackwell Virginia Cavett Samuel William Darby Joe Frank Blakeney Curtis Clapham John Davis Sammy Boleware Duncan Clark Mary Dent Deaton BOURGEOIS, ADRIENNE ------ Jackson Chi O BOWERS, JOHN --------- Jackson SEB BOWIE, JOHN --------- McCool CAMPBELL, SANDRA -------- Grenada Vikings AED, TNS CANODE, THELMA ANN ------- Rome Pres. BSO, Pres. Pan-Hellenic Sig L, Majorette Club, ESP CAVETT, VIRGINIA - - - Jackson Chi O Pres. Chi O, Pan Hellenic, Sig L KDE, Who ' Who in — CLAPHAM, CURTIS -------- Lyon KS Pres. KS CLARK, DUNCAN --------- Sardis CLENDINNING, STANLEY ------ Jackson Pi KA COLLINS, CAROLYN -------- Jackson BSO Psy Club, Chi D, Majorette Club COLLINS, EDDIE --------- McComb KA ODK, IRC, " M " Club, Gavileers Pres. PiKD CURTIS, ED -------- - Ovett Pres. Ministerial League COURTNEY, ELLA VIRGINIA Harperville DARBY, SAMUEL WILLIAM ----- Jackson PIKA DAVIS, JOHN --------- Utica AED DEATON, MARY DENT ------ McComb Chi O KDE Twenty-Seven WILLIAM HOLLAND Vice-President, 1st Semester SALE LILLY Vice-President, 2nd Semester Walter Donnell Norma Harrell Sue Horton Annie Dunn Elizabeth Harris Margaret Lee Inman Ouida Eldridge Evelyn Hawkins Mike Jacobs DONNELL, LUKE -------- Pelahatchie DONNELL, WALTER ------- Pelahatchie DUNN, ANNIE --------- Olive Branch Vikings ARD, Majorette Club ELDRIDGE, OUIDA ------- Philadelphia Vikings IRC, Chi D, Majorette Club, KDE FREEMAN EDWARD ------- Jackson LXA GRAHAM, BILL MACK ------ Jackson KA GRAHAM, K. E. - - - Georgetown HALL, GASTON --------- Jackson Kit kat, ESP, IRC HAMILTON, CATHERINE ------ Jackson Chi O ESP Twenty-Eight Edward Freeman William A. Hays Elbert C. Jenkins ly Mack Graham K. E. Graham Gaston Hall Catherine Hamilton Robert Haynes Dorothy Ann Heggie Mary Joy Hill William H. Holland, Jr Doc Jeter Frances Johnson Barry Kimbrough Marth Hale Kittrell HARRELL, NORMA Mobile, Ala. NORTON, SUE -------- - Oakland Sig L, Pres. YW, Sec.-Treas. SEB Vikings Who ' s Who — Miss Millsaps Who ' s Who, Sig L, Majorette Club Favorite ljaddic ci ,7a D i:tu i i INMAN, MARGARET LEE ----- - Flora HARRIS, ELIZABETH ------- Laurel KP Phi Mu KDE Pres. KDE HAWKINS, EVEYLN -------- Canton JACOBS, MIKE --------- McComb BSO JENKINS, ELBERT C. - - - - - Brookhaven HAYNES, ROBERT --------- Jackson PiKA IRC LXA JETER, DOC --------- Ripley HAYS, WILLIAM A. - - Bogue Chitto JOHNSON, FRANCES Jackson HEGGIE, DOROTHY ANN ------- Durant Chi O Majorette Club HILL, MARY JOY ------- - Louisville Majorette Club, KDE HOLLAND, WILLIAM H., JR. - - - - Vicksburg PiKA TNS, Who ' s Who, ODK, Kit Kat, Pres. APsi Phi Mu Chi D KIMBROUGH, BARRY ------ Louisville Pres. " M " Club KITTRELL, MARTH HALE ----- Greenwood Chi O Majorette Club, Chi D Twenty-Nine VIRGINIA PEEBLES Sec.-Treas., 1 st Semester BETTY W. SMITH Sec.-Treas., 2nd Semester Sale Lilly Ellen Kent McNamara Dale Overmyer Claire Luster Randolph Mansfield Mary Jane Palmerlee Mary Belle M.abry Martinson Peggy Parrish I jfl LEE, B. F. -- -- - - - - - Greenwood PiKA " M " Club LILLY, SALE -------- Charleston KS ODK, Who ' s Who-, " M " Club, Pres. SEB, V-P Senior Class, Master Major LUSTER, CLAIRE -------- Clarksdale Chi O MABRY, MARY BELLE ------- Wiggins Vikings McCLUER, MABETH ------- Jackson Phi Mu KDE McGOWN, CURTIS ------- Memphis KS Pres. Senior Class McLARTY, BETTY L. ------ - Jackson Chi O McLEOD, RICHARD R. ----- - Jackson LXA TNS McGEE, ELIABETH ANN ------ Chunky Phi Mu Sig L, Majorette Club, KDE, Thirty NAabeth McCluer Jewell H. Mayer Virginia Peebles Curtis McGown Martha Mayo Mary Ann Pitts Betty L. McLarty Eunice Middleton Radzewicz, Ethel (Mrs. Paul A.) Richard R. McLoed Billy Miller Pat Ratliff Elizabeth Ann McGee Jimmy Newson Bill Riecken McNAMARA, ELLEN KENT ----- Jackson OVERMYER, DALE -------- Jackson LXA MANSFIELD, RANDOLPH ----- Jackson PiKA MARTINSON, PATSY - - - - Chi O Majorette Club, KDE MAYER, JEWELL H. - - - - - Jackson Jackson Vikings Chi D MAYO, MARTHA --------- Star Phi Mu KDE MIDDLETON, EUNICE ------- Yazoo City Chi O MILLER, BILLY --------- Jackson KA ODK, Pres. AED, TNS, " M " Club NEWSOM, JIMMY -------- Jackson KA ESPhi PALMERLEE, MARY JANE ----- Jackson Chi O TNS Pres. PARRISH, PEGGY -------- Memphis BSO Sig L, Chi D PEEBLES, VIRGINIA ------- Jackson Chi O Sig L, Who ' s Who-, KDE.. Cheerleader, Favorite, Sec.-Treas. Senior Class Indianola PITTS, MARY ANN - - - - - Chi O Majorette Club RADZEWICZ, ETHEL (MRS. PAUL A.) Jackson RATLIFF, PAT -------- Jackson KA RIECKEN, BILL -------- Jac kson PiKA, AED, TNS Thirty-One . REGISTRATION CHOCTAW TAXI COMPANY Roy Ryan Ed Sherrod Jeanne Shields Mary Sue Smith Deborah Stevens Ruth Stockton James M. Whitehouse Mary Nell Williams Glynn Wiygul ROBINSON, IRA ------- - Brandon " M " Club RYAN.. ROY --------- Baldwyn SHERROD, ED -------- - Jackson TNS SHIELDS, JEANNE -------- Tchula BSO Chi D, Pres. Majorette Club, KDE S!DES, CARRIE SUE - - - - - - - D ' Lo SISSON. ANNE BRENNER - - Beulah Phi Mu Sig L, Chi D, Pres. ESP, KDE Favorite SMALL, BETTY --------- Jackson KD Majorette Club, IRC SMITH, BETTYE W. ------- - Jackson KD Sig L, Who ' s Who-, Chi D, Majorette Club, Favorite SMITH. HARMON L, JR. ----- Lexington PiKA ODK, Who ' s Who-, IRC Pres. Singers Pres. PiKA Thirty-Two Carrie Sue Sides E. B. Strain Lavelle Woodrick Anne Brenner Sisson Cleveland Turner Martha Ann Wright Betty Small Barbara Tyler Martha L. Wright Bettye W. Smith Spencer Weissinger Ching Yien Yao Harmon L. Smith, Jr. Alice Dale Whitfield James Leon Young SMITH, MARY SUE ------- - Jackson WHITEHOUSE, JAMES M. ----- Columbus Phi Mu Sig L, Pres. Who ' s Who, KDE STEVENS, DEBORAH -------- Jackson KDE STOCKTON, RUTH Jiloxi Vikint STRAIN, E. B. -------- - Poplarville KA Pres. KA, " M " Club PiKA APsi 0, Psy. Club WILLIAMS, MARY NELL ------ Jackson KD WIYGUL, GLYNN -------- Nettleton WOODRICK, LAVELLE ------- Meridian WRIGHT, MARTHA ANN ------ Jackson Viking CLEVELAND, TURNER - - . Belzoni WRIGHT, MARTHA L Jackson KS TYLER, BARBARA -------- Jackson Viking Viking YAO, CHING YIEN -------- Jackson WEISSINGER, SPENSER ------ Jackson YOUNG, JAMES LEON ------- Jackson KA WHITFIELD, ALICE DALE ----- Jackson BSO Who ' s Who-, ODK, Pres. Gavileers, APsi O, IRC, Bus. Mgr. BOBASHELA Thirty-Three THE JUNIOR CLASS ALLEN, JAMES E. -------- Jackson KA ODK, IRC, " M " Club, Bus. Mgr. Bobashela, SEB V-P ALLRED, ROBERT H., JR. ----- - Natchez KA ANDERSON, BILLY R. ------ - Jackson Norsemen ANDERSON, EMMETT J., JR. ----- Jackson PiKA ANDERSON, ROSEMARY M. - - - - Clarksdale Vikings Assistant in Sociology AUST, JULIA E. ------- - Clarksdale Chi O Toppers, Eta Sigma Phi, Pres. Woman ' s Council BABINGTON, MARY ANN ----- Meadville Phi Mu Pres. Beethovan Club, SEB BACOT, LYNN E. ------- - Holmesville Vikings BALIUS, DAVID H. ------- - Biloxi PiKA SEB, Pres. Band BARNETT, DORIS -------- Hermanville BSO BLOUNT, ROBERT E., JR. - Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. KS SEB, Pres. Alpha Psi Omega BOYLES, CHARLES H. ------ - Jackson Pres. Wesleyan BREAZEALE, VIRGINIA ----- Doddsville Phi Mu One, two -- Bump! BROWN, DIANE -------- Greenville Chi O BROWN, PEGGY -------- Madison Chi O IRC, Beauty BUCKLEY, MABEL -------- Jackson KD ESP, Majorette Club BURTON, LOUISE --------- Jackson Ph, Mu KDE, Pan-Hellenic CAIN, MARGUERITE ------- Gulfport Chi O CAMPBELL, LOUISE -------- Tupelo Viking CARPENTER, MIM ------ Water Valley SEB, Majorette Club V-P CAVETT, VAN --------- Jackson KS ODK, Ed. of P W, IFC, IRC, Kit Kat, SEB CRISLER, ANNABELLE ------ Jackson Phi Mu APsiO, KDE, Majorette Club, Bobashela Typing Editor CUMBERLAND, L. ALVIN ----- Sharon COVINGTON, NEIL ------- Brookhaven Millsaps Psy. Club DENNY, MARGUERITTE ------ Jackson KD IRC, ESP DOGGETT, KAROLYN ------- Kossuth Chi O Beethovan Club DYESS, SARA NELL -------- Meridian BSO Pres. WCW, SEB, Christian Council EDGE, VIRGINIA --------- Jackson KD Pres. KD, Sig L, APsiO, ESP, Pan-Hellenic, BOBASHELA Feature Editor ELLIS, A. W. --------- New Augusta TNS ESKRIDGE, JAMES ------- Holly Springs LXA ESTES, NOWELL --------- Tie Plant KA TNS EWING, NONA -------- Tupelo Chi O APsiO, Beethovan Club FOSTER, NELL --------- Maben Viking FUZAK, BILL --------- Jackson " M " Club GABY, EWING Jackson PiKA APsiO Thirty-Four Allen Allred Anderson, B. Anderson, E. Anderson, R. Aust Babbington Bacot Ballus Barnett Blount Boyles Breazeale Brown, D. Brown, P. Buckley Burton Cain Campbell Carpenter tf£M « : .- Cavett Crisler Cumberland Covington Denny Doggett Dyess Edge Ellis Eskridge Estes Ewing Foster Fuzak Gaby Thirty-Five THE " ' JUNIOR CLASS . GIFFIN, BETTY -------- Louisville ESP GOODWIN, GLENNA ------- Jackson KD APsiO GRIFFIN, JOHN ------ Montgomery, A ' a. KS GULLEDGE, JERRY ------ Crystal Springs KS TNS HADDAD, RAY - - - Jackson KA ODK, Pres. Pre-Med., AED, TNS HARRISON, DURBO Calhoun City KS AED HESTER, ROGER --------- Jackson PiKA Millsaps Psy. Club HILL, ROANE --------- Houston Chi O HINTON, HOMER -------- Jackson LXA HORNE, BRYANT -------- Jackson KA HOWELL, CHARLES -------- Fannin HOWELL, NAN -------- Jackson KD HUGHES, OUIDA FAYE ------ Meridian Phi Mu JOHNSTON, BARKSDALE ----- Jackson Chi O Pan-Hellenic Moore takes the Lead •i i M ¥ I W ' In 111 r 4% z 1 1 1911111 1 1 !i S i JOLLY, THOMAS ------- Monticello KS KAZAR, MARIAN -------- Tchula Chi O Beethovan Club KELLY, VIRGINIA Jackson BSO Queen of PiKA Cotton Ball LAMPTON, JOSEPHINE ------ Tylertown BSO Sig L, EWP, KDE, Women ' s Council LEEP, PAT --------- Jackson Chi O Pres. Chi O, Pres. Pan-Hellenic, SEB LEONARD, ANNIE GREER ----- Jackson KD ESP, KDE, Majorette Club LESTER, ELIZABETH ------- Jackson Chi V-P Women ' s Council LEWIS, B. F. -------- . Jackson Norsemen LEWIS, JOHN T., Ill ------ . Jackson LXA Millsaps Psy. Club LEWIS, T. W. -------- - Columbus KS ODK, Pres. SEB, " M " Club, Pres. Topper, APO LOTT, ROBERT --------- Kilmichael Pres. YM, TNS LOWERY, RUTH --------- Jackson KD Pan-Hellenic, Majorette Club LUKE, WILBUR --------- Jackson LXA McDANIEL, MARY ELIZABETH - - - - Flora BSO Pres. BSO, Pan-Hellenic, KDE McGEE, MARY LOU ------- Ackerman KD McMURRY, MARY FRANCES ----- Jackson BSO Majorette Club MATHENY, ADALEE ------- Woodville Viking ESP, Majorette Club MONTGOMERY, MARTHA SUE - - - - Jackson Viking Majorette Club MOORE, BILLY --------- Indianola KS NALTY, JERRY -------- Brookhaven Chi O O ' NEAL, MARY ANN ------- Jackson Viking Women ' s Council Thirty-Six V v.- 4 Giffin Goodwin Griffin Gulledge Haddad Harrison Hester Hill Hinton Home Howell, C. Howell, N. Hughes Johnston Jolly Kazar Kelly Lampton Leep Leonard Lester Lewis, B. F. Lewis, John Lewis, T. W. Lott Lowery Luke McDaniel McGee McMurry Metheny Montgomery Moore Nalty O ' Neal Thirty -Seven THE JUNIOR CLASS . POSEY, TULANE --------- Tupelo KS PKD, Gavileers POUNDS, JIMMY ------- Jasper, Ala. KS Millsaps Psy. Club POWELL, DAVID --------- Gulfport KS " M " Club REEVES, CLYDE -------- Bogue Chitto REID, GEORGE --------- Jackson PiKA Pres. BSU, APsiO REYNOLDS, JULIUS ------- Jackson IRC ROBERTS, ANNE - - - - - - Montgomery, Ala. Vikings Pres. Vikings, SEB ROBINSON, BILLY ------- Columbus KS Toppers, " M " Club ROEBUCK, JEROME B. ------ - Newton PiKA Millsaps Psy. Club ROSEBERRY, BARBARA ------ Jackson BSO Millsaps Psy. Club RUSHING, DON -------- Ina Bena Pres. APhi O, SEB SANDEFUR, JOHN C. ------- Vicksburg PiKA ODK, Bus. Mgr. P W, AED, TNS, APO Co-Educational Dorms SANDFORD, NEELY ------- Philadelphia KD Beauty SCHMITT, JOE - - - - Jackson APsiO SCOTT, CHARLES -------- Jackson PiKA Millsaps Psy. Club SIMMONS, THOMAS H. ----- - Meridian SMITH, CLAUDE -------- Jackson PiKA SMITH, VARDAMAN K. ----- - Jackson PiKA APsi O, " M " Club SOMMERS, CHARLES ------- Jackson LXA IFC, Pres. LXA STEVENS, A. J. ------- - West KS " M " Club STEWART, BILL LYNN ------ Gulfport KS " M " Club SWAYZE, CATHERINE ------ Jackson Chi O TOWNES, ANDREW ------- Grenada KA " M " Club TRAPP, SHELIA -------- Tupelo Chi O Sig L, Pres. Christian Council APsiO, SEB, PKD TURNAGE, MARIE -------- Gienada BSO WALDROP, ROGER -------- Jackson LXA WALLACE, LARRY -------- Hollandale KS WEAVER, MARGARET ------- Columbus Chi O WEBB, JOHNNIE --------- Jackson Phi Mu Sig L, IRC, Pres. Westminister, KDE, Assist. Ed. BOBASHELA WEBER, AMELIA --------- Jackson Vikings WEEMS, LAMAR -------- Forest KS AED WHITEHURST, BERRY ------ Coldwater WILLIAMSON, CECIL ------- Greenwood WOLFE, HILLMAN --------- Jackson LXA WREN, POLLY - - Vicksburg KD Thirty-Eight Posey Pounds Powell Reeves Reid Reynolds Roberts Robinson Roebuck Roseberry Rushing Sandefur Sanford Schmitt Scott Simmons Smith, C. Smith, V. Sommers Stevens, Stewart Swayze Townes Trapp Turnage Waldrop Wallace Weaver Webb Weber Weems Whitehurst Williamson Wolfe Wren Thirty-Nine Allen Anderson Athas Atkinson Ballard Baria Batson Bearden Benson Birchum Black Bratton Brinkley Brooks Brown, C. Brown, D. Busse Cain Caldwell Callaway Canode Cantwell Case Clark Clements Coker Colbert Cooper Corban Costigan Crisler Cross Cunningham Curtis DeLong Dubard Durrette Edgar Epperson Evans, M. A. Evans, P. Farlow Fewell Foy Frazier Freiler Freudenberg Gardner Forty THE SOPtlCAiCRE CLASS ALLEN, CHARLES W. ------ - Itta Bena PiKA ANDERSON, MARIE ANN ------ Jackson Chi ATHAS, ASPASIA -------- Greenwood ATKINSON, LUCIE J. ------- - Jackson Phi Mu BALLARD, MILDRED W. ----- - Fayette BARIA, CAROLY N LOVE ----- Gulfport Vikings BATSON, SALLY ANN ------ Greenville KD BEARDEN, KATHRYN JEAN ----- McComb Vikings BENSON, JAMES E. ------ - Meridian BIRCHUM, JACK R. ----- - Norman, Okla. BLACK, BOBBY JOE ------ - Greenwood KS BRATTON, JO ANN ------- Greenville KD BRINKLEY, JAMES BARRY ----- Jackson LXA BROOKS, BOBBY C. ------- Mathiston LXA BROWN, ETHEL CECILE ------ Jackson Phi Mu BROWN, JAMES D. ------- - Winona BUSSE, NORMA JEAN ------- Canton CAIN, GLENN A. -------- - Durant KS CALDWELL, LUCRETIA T. - - - - - Philipp Vikings CALLAWAY, ROBERT A. ----- - Jackson CANODE, MONA REE ------- - Rome BSO CANTWELL, MARCIA JANE ----- Jackson Phi Mu CASE, MARTIN A. ------- - Jackson CLARK, ROBERT N. ------- - Jackson CLEMENT, WILLIAM RODNEY - - - - Jackson PiKA COKER, OLIVE J. - - - Jackson Chi O COLBERT, DAVID W. ------ - Co ' umbia SX COOPER, JO ANNE ------- Greenwood KD CORBAN, MAGRUDER S. - - - - Ocean Springs PiKA COSTIGAN, EMILY ------- Greenwood KD CRISLER, HARRIET ------- Bay Springs Chi O CROSS, JANIE LEE ----- - Goshen Springs Phi Mu CUNNINGHAM, MAGDALENE - - - - Jackson Vikings CURTIS, PAT H. ------- - Kosciusko DeLONG, FRED COLE, JR. - - - - - Tutwiler PiKA DUBARD, JACK M. ------ - Grenada PiKA DURRETTE, LEROY -------- Jackson EDGAR, VERA BERNICE ----- Vaughan Vikings EPPERSON, EDWARD ROY - - - - Caledonia Norsemen EVANS, MARY ANN ------- Jackson EVANS, PEGGY FRANCES ----- Shubuta BSO FARLOW, MINNIE L. ------- Jackson Chi FEWELL, VERNON ------- Pascagoula LXA FOY, SYBIL B. -------- - Jackson BSO FRAZIER, ALLIE M. -------- - Shaw PiKA FREILER, CARLENE ------ Hazlehurst Chi O FREUDENBERG, GLORIA E. - - - - Greenville Chi O GARDNER, OUIDA FAYE ----- Jackson KD Some call it spaghetti! Forty-One Geddie Gibson Gilliland Glorioso Goodin Gossard Grantham Gulledge Hardin Harper Harrell Head Hetrick Hight Hobbs Hodges Howell Hudson, R. Hudson, Y. Huggins Hughes Hulen Hunt Jones Keel Kelly Khayat Kurts Kux Lansing Laseter Lewis Linn Little, J. Little, R. McCarter McGrath McLellan Mangum Mathis May Messer Michel Mills Millsaps Mitchell Moore, J. Moore, M. E. Forty-Two T s% F V l P O 0. £) £ f £j} fl f l tab tfj THE SCPHCMCEE CLASS GEDDIE, ROBERT S. ------ - Jackson GIBSON, ROBERT M. ------ - Guntown GILLILAND, JOHN CAMPBELL - - - Jackson KA GLORIOSO, SAMMIE JOE - - - - - Itta Bena KS GOODIN, WAYNE C. ------ - Guntown LXA GOSSARD, EDGAR A. ------ - Meridian GRANTHAM, MARY ALBERTA - - - - Jackson BSO GULLEDGE, HARRY E. ----- - Jackson PiKA HARDIN, JAMES E. ------ - Jackson PiKA HARPER, ROBERT L. ------ - Jackson LXA HARRELL, RUTH IMOGENE - - - Silver City BSO HEAD, SIDNEY A. ------ - Columbia PiKA HETRICK, BYRON THOMAS ----- Jackson Norsemen HIGHT, M. LOUISE ----- Pine Bluff, Ark. Vikings HOBBS, JOE W. -------- - Jackson PiKA HODGES, LOUIS W. ------- - Eupora HOWELL, JOHN M. ------- - Forest PiKA HUDSON, RUTH -------- Florence HUDSON, YERGER -------- Jackson Norsemen HUGGINS, JO ANNE ------ Waynesboro BSO HUGHES, PEGGY LOUISE ----- Brookhaven Vikings HULEN, ELIZABETH M. ----- Hazlehurst Chi O HUNT, ROBERT LEE ------ - Jackson JONES, GEORGE K. - - - - - Nashville, Tenn. KS KEEL, DAN T., JR. ------ - Florence PiKA KELLY, ROBERT C, JR. ----- - Jackson PiKA KHAYAT, EDNA RUTH ----- Moss Point KD KURTS, EVAN JAMES ------- Jackson KUX, JO ANN -------- Jackson BSO LANSING, JANELLA -------- McComb KD LASETER, CHARLES ------- Morton LEWIS, TOM, Ml ------ - Vicksburg PiKA LINN, SARA NELL -------- Tupelo KD LITTLE, JOHN B. -------- - Jackson LITTLE, RODNEY, R. ------ - Jackson PiKA McCARTER, REMUS L. ----- - Eupora McGRATH, M. LYNN ------- Canton KD McLELLAN, HUGH C. ------ - Durant LXA MANGUM, FRANK B. ----- - Natchez KA MATHIS, CARY D., JR. - - - - Crystal Springs LXA MAY, FRANCES -------- Jackson Chi O MESSER, WILLIAM B. - - - - - Crystal Springs LXA MICHEL, MARGARET O. ----- - Jackson Chi O MILLS, HENRY P., JR. - - - - - - - Jackson KA MILLSAPS, ELEANOR I. ----- West Point BSO MITCHELL, JOHN H. ------ - Jackson PiKA MOORE, JOHN W. ------ - Hattiesburg PiKA MOORE, MARY ELINOR ------ Morton Phi Mu Ahem! o o « : f Forty-Three O ' Neil O ' Neal Norton, N. Norton, B. Nash Myers, R. Myers, B. Morgan Moore Page Parker Pridgen Puckett Punshon Rees Richardson Root Russell Sanders Sebren Simpson Smith, B. A. Smith, B. F. Smith, F. D. Sparks Stanton Stigler Stricklin Sugg Suthoff Sykes Taylor Tuniks Turner, A. Turner, I. Vaughan Wade Walker Wallace Wasson, L. Wasson, S. Weaver Wells Weston White Wignall Wilkinson Williams Wilson Woodard Woods Wykert Forty-Four £1 y C l 1 1 cs O ft : ™ M k THE SCPHCHCCE CLASS MOORE, WILLIAM M. ----- - Jackson KA MORGAN, JESSIE WYNN ----- Newton Phi Mu MYERS, BARBARA L. ----- - Greenwood KD MYERS, ROBERT S. ------- - Jackson PiKA NASH, FRANKLIN A. ------ Greenville LXA NORTON, BETTY JO ------ - Hazlehurst Chi O NORTON, NORMA LANE ------ Lorman O ' NEAL, COLA CATHERINE ------ Laurel KD O ' NEIL, ARTHUR M., JR. ----- - Jackson PAGE, LESLIE JOE - - - - -.- - - - Grenada PiKA PARKER, THOMAS E. ------ - McComb KA PRIDGEN, BOBBIE J. ------- Jackson BSO PUCKETT, ODEAN W. ----- - Jackson PiKA PUNSHON, MYRENE CAROL - - - Orlando, Fla. BSO REES, MYRNA LACY -------- Jackson Phi Mu RICHARDSON, DONALD E. ----- - Jackson ROOT, MARIAN FRANCES ------ Jackson BSO RUSSELL, BETTYE JEAN ----- Monticello Vikings SANDERS, MARJORIE J. - - - - - Water Valley SEBREN, CLARENCE P. ----- - Florence LXA SIMPSON, RACHEL ANN ----- Greenville Chi O SMITH, BARBARA ALICE ------ Jackson Chi O SMITH, BETTYE F. ------- - Jackson BSO SMITH, FRED DAY -------- McComb KA SPARKS, GENE --------- Hillsboro STANTON, JOANNE L. ------ - Jackson BSO STIGLER, JUNE MERIDITH ------ Drew KD STRICKLIN, JAMES A. - - - - - Yazoo City SUGG, MAUDE L. ------- - Jackson Chi O SUTHOFF, PEGGY JEAN ----- Moss Point KD SYKES, WILLIAM G., Ill ----- - Jackson PiKA TAYLOR, MARIE V. -------- Noxapater Vikings TUNIKS, GALINA ------ Memphis, Tenn. Vikings TURNER, ELIZABETH ANNE - - - - Greenwood KD TURNER, IRBY, JR. ------ - Belzoni KA VAUGHAN, MARY FEATHERSTUN - - - Jackson KD WADE, FRANK C. ------- - Jackson WALKER, BARBARA ANN ------ Jackson BSO WALLACE, WILLIAM PHIL ----- Braxton WASSON, LYNDA ZACK ----- Kosciusko WASSON, SARA JANE ------ West Point BSO WEAVER, NANETTE ------ Ackerman KD WELLS, M. LONETTA ------- Jackson Phi Mu WESTON, MARY MARGARET ----- Jackson Phi Mu WHITE, MORRIS E. -------- Greenwood WIGNALL, JOAN AMY ------ Jackson Phi Mu WILKINSON, GENE A. ----- - Jackson LXA WILLIAMS, FRED H. ----- - Vicksburg PiKA WILSON, DOROTHY J. ------ - Richton Vikings WOODARD, ROBERT THOMAS - - - Greenville PiKA WOODS, TOMMY A. ------ - Greenwood KS WYKERT, BARBARA D. ----- - Jackson Phi Mu Aw, go on and cry Forty-Five THE FRESHMAN CLASS ALFORD, KATHRYN MARIE - - - - Hazlehurst KD ALLEN, JULIA MAE -------- Quitman Vikings BABBIT, ADELAIDE DUNBAR ----- Natchez Phi Mu BARBER, LOIS C. ------- - Gulfport Vikings BARKESDALE, RICHARD FULTON - - Madison BEAN, BEVERLY LEA ------ - Grenada Phi Mu BERNHARD, SARAH GRAY - - - - Greenwood KD BILLUPS, BEVERLY LOUISE ----- Jackson KD BLACK, ANN CLARICE ------- Drew Phi Mu BLUMER, FRED E. ------- - Escatawpa KA BONNER, MARY JOYCE ------ Jackson Chi O BOOTH, JOSEPHINE W. ------- Drew KD BOWERS, NATHAN C. ------ - Jackson Norsemen BRASWELL, DANIEL THOMAS - - - Jackson PiKA BROADWATER, JOHN R. - - - - Crystal Springs KS BUCKLEY, ROSEMARY ------ Pachuta Phi Mu BUSKIRK, JAMES B. ------ - Nettleton BUTTS, ROBERT Y. ------- - Winona BUZARDE, LAVERNE E. ----- - Greenwood KS CAMPBELL, CHARLES W. ----- - West KS CARTER, ANN MARIE ------- Jackson Chi O CARTER, HARRY W. ------ - Jackson KA CHEEK, HOWARD B. ------- - Grenada KA COOPER, JOHN E. ------ - Starkville KA COOPER, KATHRYN L. ----- - Crenshaw DAVIDSON, BOBBIE JEAN ----- Greenville KD DAVIS, HELEN ELIZABETH ------ Utica Vikings DENNIS.. SARAH E. ------- - Morton Vikings DUNBAR, JACK F. ------- - Indianola PiKA DUNCAN, KATHRYN LOUISE - - - - Louisville BSO ELLARD, RUTH CLAIRE ------ Durant ELLIOT, JAMES C. ------- - Jackson KA EMERSON, KATHERINE MAY - - - - Jackson EPPINETTE, LAWRENCE VERNON - - - Natchez LXA FALKNER, PEGGYE JO ----- - Germania Phi Mu FENTON, JOHN YOUNG - - - - Rolling Fork KS FERRIS, A. W. --------- Jackson KA FORD, DOROTHY DEE ------ - Magnolia KD GAINEY, MARY GENE ------ Jackson Chi O GLENN, GLENDA -------- Corinth Chi O GRAVES, ANN RILEY ------- Corinth Chi O GRAY, BETTY SUE ------- - Myrtle GULLETTE, LOIS M. ------- - Jackson Vikings GULLY, VIRGIL, SAMUEL ----- Marion, La. PiKA HAINING, JANIE SUE ----- Yazoo City Phi Mu HANCOCK, MARIANN ------ Indianola Phi Mu HAND, CAROLYN ANNE ------ Jackson Chi O HANEY, BESSIE MAE ------- Jackson Vikings Forty-Six Alford Allen Babbit Barber Barkesdale Bean Bernhard Billups Black Blumer Bonner Booth Bowers Braswell Broadwater Buckley Buskirk Butts Buzarde Campbell Carter, A. Carter, H. Cheek Cooper, J. Cooper, K. Davidson Davis Dennis Dunbar Duncan Ellard Elliot Emerson Eppinette Falkner Fenton Ferris Ford Gainey Glenn Graves Gray Gullette Gully Haining Hancock Hand Haney Forty-Seven THE rCESHMAN CLASS . HANKINS, FRANCES GAY ----- Grenada Phi Mu HARRIS, DAVID A. ------ - Jackson LXA HARTNESS, GLORIA YVONNE - - - Kosciusko KD HAWKINS, PRENTISS HARRY - - - - Canton HEWITT, K. VIRGINIA ------ Jackson Chi O HICKS, FRANCES ELIZABETH - - - - Benton KD HILL, JAMES ALBERT ------ Louisville HILL, REX BERLAN ------- Glen Allen HILTON, JERRY M. ------- - Star HOLLIS, LILLIAN MARIE ----- Brookhaven BSO HOLMES, EUGE NE C. ----- - Kosciusko LXA HONEYCUTT, LAURA ANNE ----- Grenada Phi Mu HOWELL, JOHN R. ------- - Durant KA HUGHES, JO GLYNN ------- Jackson Phi Mu HUMPHREY, ALICE W. ------- Jackson KD HUNT, GEORGE LOUIS ------ Vicksburg PiKA HUSBANDS, MARY ELIZABETH - - - - Jackson BSO IRBY, JAMES W. ------- - Jackson KS Snakes Alive ! - J ™ ar tPlnT __ taw JONES, EDWIN H. ------ Lewisburg, Tenn. PiKA KING, RUBYE JOYCE ------- Onward Vikings KING, KATHERINE ------- Gulfport Vikings LEWIS, SARAH, L. ------- - Flora Phi Mu LONG, JAMES E. ------- - Hazlehurst KA LOTT, JOHN B. ------- - Columbus PiKA McCULLAR, LINDA LOU ------ Durant Chi O McELROY, MARY ANN ------ Lauderdale Vikings MclNVALE, DOROTHY ANNE ----- Laurel KD McKEE, WANDA ALICE ------ Jackson Chi MALVANEY, ERROL D. ----- - Columbia KA MARTIN, ROBERT E. ------ - Jackson MAYER, WAYNE A. - - - - Minneapolis, Minn. MINCEY, JAMES ERNEST ----- Jackson KA MUSSELWHITE, ISSAC C. ----- - West KS NABORS, LEONARD LESLIE ----- Tutwiler NALL, MARTHA JO ------- - Jackson KD NEWELL, NORMA -------- Jackson Phi Mu NORRIS, CLARA FRANCES - - - - West Point BSO OPPERMAN, DONALD R. - New Hyde Park, N. Y. LXA OSBORN, MARJORIE ANN - - - - Greenwood KD PARKER, ROY A. - - - Jackson Norsemen PARKS, WILLIAM S. ------ - Greenwood KA PATTON, SARA VIRGINIA ------ Jackson Chi O PEACOCK, FRANCES JO - - - - Kosciusko KD PENDERGRAFT, AMELIA ANN - - - Vicksburg PHILLIPS, MARY HELEN ------ Flora BSO PLUMMER, MARGARET ANNE - Birmingham, Ala. BSO POLK, HOWELL D. ------- - Corinth KS POPE, ANNA CAROLYN ----- Columbia KD Forty-Eight Hankins Harris Hartness Hawkins Hewitt Hicks Hill, J. Hill, R. Hilton Hollis Holmes Honeycutt Howell Hughes Humphrey Hunt Husbands Irby Jones King, J. King, K. Lewis Long Lott McCullar McElroy Mclnvale McKee Malvaney Martin Mayer Mincy Musselwhite Nabors Nail Newell Norn ' s Opperman Osborn Parker Parks Patton Peacock Pendergraft Phillips Plummer Polk Pope Fortv-Nine THE rEESHMAN CLASS POWELL, BETTYE JO ----- - New Albany Chi PRICE, EDWIN AUBREY ------- Jayess Norsemen PRICE, ROY B. -------- - Madison KS PUJOL, JACKIE LEE ------- - Jackson KA RAMSEY, ZOE ------- Shreveport, La. BSO RANDLE, EUGENE E. ------ - Guntown REED, BLANCHE LOUISE ----- Jackson KD REESE, HARRY H. ------- - Jackson RENEGAR, DOROTHY LEE - - - - - Jackson RIDGEWAY, MARGARET CECILIA - - - Jackson KD ROBINSON, LUCY ANN ----- New Albany ROGERS, VIRGINIA ------ Greenwood SANDFORD, SYLVIA 0. - - - - - Philadelphia KD SCHIMPF, JAMES W. ------ - Jackson PiKA SELBY, MARTHA ANN ----- Charleston BSO SHARPE, ELIZABETH J. - - - - - Indianola SHELTON, FREDDA L. ----- - Jackson Chi O SHIELDS, MARY ALICE ------ Tchula BSO SISTRUNK, BILLY F. ------ - Jackson KA SMITH, BETTY JO ------ - Kosciusko KD SMITH, BOBBY J. ------- - Liberty Norsemen SMITH, HOWARD L. ------ - Jackson STENNIS, BETTY GENE ------- Macon Vikings STOKES, BARBARA E. ----- - Greenwood STRIBLING, GERALD C. ----- - Jackson STRICKLIN, LEE A., JR. ----- Yazoo City KS STUBBLEFIELD, SANDRA S. - - - - Greenville KD STURDIVANT, EDWIN C. - - - - - Jackson LXA STURDIVANT, D. WAYNE ----- Columbia KA VAUGHAN, NELL MARIE ----- Carthage BSO WALLACE, IVEY HURD ------ Jackson KD WALLACE, ALICE JOY ------ Batesville Phi Mu WALTERS, RICHARD PAUL - - - - Greenville KA WASSON, SARA IMOGENE ------ Ethel WASSON, WARREN R. ----- . Fulton WHITAM, FREDRICK L. ----- - Natchez Norsemen WHITEHOUSE, FREDERICK E. - - - - Columbia PiKA WICKER, ELIZABETH CAROLYN - - - Forest Phi Mu WILLIAMS, JAMES LLOYD ----- McComb KA WISEMAN, DOROTHY L. - - - - - Greenville Phi Mu WOODS, GLORIA ANN ----- Noxapater WRIGHT, WILLIAM EUGENE - - - - Tunica LXA Fifty Powell f • 1 Price, E. Price, R. Pujol V. Ramsey Randle i Hl Mftfc Reed Reese Renegar Ridgeway Robinson Rogers Sandford Schimpf Selby Sharp Shelton Shields Sistrunk Smith, Betty Smith, Bobby Smith, H. Stennis Stokes Stribling Stricklin Stubblefield Sturdivant, D. Sturdivant, E. Wallace, I. Wallace, J. Walters Wasson, S. Wasson, W. Whitam Whitehouse Wicker Williams Wiseman Woods Wright Fifty-One SENIORS ARRINGTON, THOMAS H. ----- - Jackson CONERLY, JAMES B. ------- - Jackson CONEY, MALCOLM, JR. ------ Magnolia CRISLER, ROBERT M., JR. - - - - - - Jackson EATON, ROY H. ------- - Yazoo City GORDAY, ROBERT EARL ------- Jackson GORE, ALBERT N., JR. ------ - Mathiston HATHORN, ROBERT L. ------ - Jackson HUSBAND, ERNEST R. ------- - Jackson JEFFREYS, RODNEY W. ------- Jackson MAYERHOFF, NEITA L. ------ - Jackson MILLER, EDWIN O. ------- - Jackson MILLER, FRED E. -------- - Jackson MURDOCK, WILLIAM H. ----- - Greenwood PAYMENT, PHILLIP H. ------- Jackson PIRIE, GEORGE C ------- Salisbury, Md. REES, HELEN LAURA -------- Jackson ROELL, PAUL A. -------- - Jackson YELVERTON, EUGENE J. ----- - Jackson JUNIORS ADAMS, BETTY ANN ------- Shelby BAKER, HUGH R. ------- - Jackson BOLTON, CHESTER ------- Mobile, Ala. BUSH, NORVILLE R. ------ - Jackson CAFFEY, TAYLOR D. ------ - Duck Hill COLLINS, JOHN L. --------- Jackson COSTAS, PETER J. ------- - Jackson CRABB, JOHN D. ------- - Earle, Ark. DANIEL, HUNTER B. ------- Jackson DENT, WILLIAM F. ------- - Jackson DERRICK, MARY ANN ------- Jackson FLOWERS, RICHARD HAROLD - - - - Greenwood GAMBLE, BERT --------- Jackson GOSS, WILLIAM E. ------- - HASSELLE, EDWARD THOMAS - - - - Meridian JOHNSON. STEELE L. -------- Jackson JOHNSTON. LONNIE B. ------- Itta Bena KASEOTE, ANDREA M. ------ Kosciusko LANGDON. JAMES G. ------ - Greenwood LeSIEUR, CHARLES F. ------ - Jackson LEWIS, WILLIAM R. ------ - Brookhaven LOPER, WILLIAM, JR. ------ - Jackson McBRIDE, HOWELL J. ------- - Jackson McFARLAND, DAVID -------- Bolton MOORE, STEVEN L. ------- - Indianola PIERCE, HAZEL JACQUELINE ------ Jackson REED, JESSE O., JR. ------- - Jackson RICHTER, ROBERT L. ------ - Greenwood RUSS, LAURENCE S., JR. - - - - - Gulfport SCOTT, OLIVER H., JR. - - - - - Long Beach TREXLER, MARGARET P. ----- - Jackson VIOLETTE, MARILYN WHEELDON - - - Jackson WAHL, JOSEPH J. ------- Crystal Springs WHITMORE, WILLIAM V. ----- - Jackson YOUNG, CLARENCE N. - - Benoit SOPHOMORES ARCENEAUX, DAVID A. ------ Sulphur, La. BAKER, CHARLES W. ------- Jackson BARTLE, THOMAS S. ------- - BARTON, WILLIAM D. ----- - Jackson CALLAHAN, JAMES A. ----- - Madison DAVIS, LOIS R. -------- - Jackson DIX, E. KEITH -------- Spokane, Wash. GOBER, WILLIAM THOMAS ------ Terry HARRISON, WILLIAM EUGENE ----- Corinth JACKSON, HAROLD L. ----- Lake Cormorant KALIL, EMILE T.„ JR. ------- - McComb MARS, GRETCHEN, ------- Philadelphia MOORE, HARVEY J. ------- Long Beach MOORE, JAMES P. -------- - Jackson NAPIER, NANCY -------- Aberdeen PHILLIPS, GEORGE -------- Braxton PIPKIN, NEIL --------- Jackson SHORT, LOUIE C. ------- - Jackson TUCKER, LESLIE R. ------ - Holly Springs VEST, JERRY E. ------ - Jeffersonville, Ind. WARWICK, WILLIAM W. ----- - Jackson WAYNE, ROBERT L. ------- - Jackson WHITE, MARTIN F. ------- - Woodville WILSON, THOMAS E. ------ - Jackson YOUNG, JOSEPH E. -------- - Corinth FRESHMEN BANAHAN, BENJAMIN F. ------ Jackson BELL, WILEY --------- Jackson BOLER, ABBIE LOUISE ------- Canton BRADSHAW, CARLTON D. ----- - Jackson BURNETT, JAMES P. ------ - Raleigh BUSH. JOSEPH R. ------- - Yazoo City CHANDLER, LAWRENCE ----- Calhoun City CLEMENT, MALCOLM S. ----- - Pontotoc COOK. LESTER --------- Natctez EDDLEMAN, JOHN LOUIS - - - - Arlington, Va. EDMONDSON, JAVIS THET ------ Jackson ESKRIDGE, JERRY J. ----- - Holly Springs GANDY, LUCY TOY -------- Jackson GRANTHAM, GEORGE WILLIAM - - - - Terry HARPER, JAMES DAVIS ------- Jackson HOLLER, CAROLYN ANN ------ Jackson HOWARD, JOHN D. ------- - Brandon JAMES, JAMES L. -------- - Handsboro JENKINS. GLENN H. ----- - Midland, N. C. LAMBERT, MONTIE C, JR. ------ - Como McCLEAVE, BILLY R. ------- - Jackson PATRICK, JEANNE --------- Jackson PEARSON, BETTY BRAND ------ Clarksdale POYTHRESS, DAVID F. ------- - Laurel PRYOR, DAVID E. ------ - Calhoun City RAY. WILLIAM T. -------- - Jackson RIGGS. ROY E. -------- - Jackson STANLEY. AGNES W. ------ - Madison TERRY, MARGARET P. ------ - Jackson WILSON, JOHN DAVID ------- Columbia Fifty-Two Fijty-Three Seated: Shields, Trapp, Canode, Dyess, Collins, Cavett, Allen, Lewis, Harrell, Rushing, Blunt, Horton, Hetrick, Carpenter Standing: Balius, Johnston, Kimbrough, Smith, Bowers, Holland [II EXECUTIVE BOOn OFFICERS President ------------- T. W. LEWIS Vice-President ---------- JIMMY ALLEN Secretary-Treasurer - - - - - NORMA HARRELL MEMBERS: Mary Ann Babbington Dave Balius Bob Blount John Bowers Charles Boyles Thelma Ann Canode Mim Carpenter Van Cavett Eddie Collins Sara Nell Dyess Thomas Hetrick Bill Holland Sue Horton Lonnie Johnston George Jones Barry Kimbrough Billy Miller Anne Roberts Don Rushing Jeanne Shields Shelia Trapp Harmon L. Smith SEB is the functioning organ of student government made up of representa- tives from student organizations. It says who gets has much and when. Besides the budget its activities include any problem relating to the student body as a whole. This year the pet project was reorganization of the activities calendar. Fifty-Four Fijty-Five Itll President - - - - - SUE HORTON Vice-President -------- ELIZABETH LESTER Secretary-Treasurer ------- OUIDA ELDRIDCE MEMBERS: Norma Harrell Mary Ann O ' Neil Josephine Lampton Bernice Edgar Anne Roberts Jo Ann Cooper Mary Ann Babbington Beulah Abel Annie Dunn Martha Hale Kittrell Mrs. Sally Massy Mrs. Hattie Cooper Mrs. Mary B. Stone FACULTY ADVISORS: Mrs. Armanci Coullet Mrs. J. B. Holloway Mrs. W. F. Goodman Miss Frances DeCelle The Women ' s Council is the co-ed grievance board. Composed of a repre- sentative from each sorority, one from the YW and one from the Majorette Club, it makes and enforces rules of conduct for Millsaps girls. Seated — Lester, Small, Horton, Roberts, Standing — O ' Neill, Edgar, Eldridge, Lampton, Harrell i 8K Fifty-Six €ke purple The PURPLE AND WHITE continued along its merry way despite the withdrawal from school of Editor Less Burtt and despite his successor, Van Cavett. Several vigorous campaigns along various topics highlighted the year, but, still, the local tabloid has served nobly and well. VAN CAVETT ROW 1 : Rees, Johnson, Parrish, Roseberry, Kelly, Barnett. ROW 2: Hicks, Brown, Crisler, J. A. Cooper, Suggs, Simpson, Duncan, Harrell. ROW 3: Smith, Batson, Wallace, Goodwin, Turner, Myers, Bratton, Sanders, Bernhart. ROW 4: Moore, C. Smith, Weems, Eppinette, Gaby, Ewing, Norton, Hulen, Freiler, Wilkinson, Man- gum, J. Cooper, Harris, Cavett. Fijty-Seven mm MASTHEAD FOR PURPLE AND WHITE fj$ £wgsM COlttCE WEEKLY PUSLICAT.ON f PS COLLEGE WEEK FOUNDED BY THE JUNIOR CLASS OF 1909 Published every Friday during the school year, except during examination and holiday periods, by the Student Body of Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi. Editorial and Business offices located in the Christian Center. Telephone 2-5382. Advertising Rates Upon Request Subscription SI. 00 per semester 1951 Montw t9 . 2 Associated CoOeSiale Press VAN C AVETT _ - _ Editor SONNYE SMITH Business Manager FRANCES JOHNSON...._ .Managing Editor MAUDE SUGG News Editor BARBARA MYERS Feature Editor PEGGY PARRISH Society Editor NONA EWING Religious Editor JOHN SANDEFUR Circulation Manager News Writers: Bob Blount, Harriet Crisler, John Moore. Claude Smith. Evelyn Hawkins, Lamar Weems, Ouida Eldridge, Martha Ann Selby, Ann Osborne, Dunbar Babbitt, Jimmy Schimpf. James Hardin, David Harris, Gene Wilkinson, Eugene Holmes. Feature Writers: JoAnn Bratton, Sally Ann Batson, JoAnn Cooper, Rachel Simpson, Meredith Stigler, Sara Nell Linn, Margaret Wes- ton, Glenna Goodwin, Kathryn Duncan, Peggy Hughes, Amelia Pendergraft, Gloria Hartness. Society Writers: Barbara Roseberry. Ann Turner. Virginia Kelly, Lacy Rees, Cecile Brown, Gene Harrell, Doris Barnett. Sports Writers: Bobby Joe Black, Frank Mangum, Kim Smith, Sonny Buzzarde, Don Opperman. Photographer: Ewin Gaby. HARMON LEE SMITH Fifty-Eight Editor ----- WILLIAM H. HOLLAND Ck e STAFF Assistant Editor - ----- Johnnie Webb Layout and Makeup Editor - - John Moore Boy ' s Sports Editor ----- Robert Richter Girl ' s Sports Editor - Mim Carpenter Organizations Editor - Anne Turner Feature Editor ------ Virginia Edge Art Editor ------- Leslie Joe Page Senior Class Editors - p eggy Parrish Sam Darby Junior Class Editor ----- Kim Smith Sophomore Class Editor - Minnie Farlow Freshman Class Editors - - Vernon Eppinette Ann Mclnvale Photographers - - - Ralph Hutto, Ewin Gaby R. L. McCarter Typists - - - Annabelle Crisler, Frances Root Barbara Walker ROW I: Parrish, Suggs, Wallace, Holland, Sudoff, McGee, Farlow, Simpson. ROW 2: Apthias, Carter, Hand, Mclnvale, Lansing, Turner, Cooper, Ford, Orsburn. ROW 3: Richter, O ' Neil, Goodwin, Howell, Edge, Webb, Carpenter, Eppinette. Fifty-Nine nil nun BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Business Mangers Tommy Hetrick A. W. Ferris Roy Epperson George Jones Gene Wilkinson Barbara Roseberry John Sandefur Henry Mills Business Manager - JIMMY ALLEN SEATED — Shelton, McKee, Mincy. STANDING — Mills, Allen y v av k € ROW 1: McGee, Goodwin, Sharp, Costigan, Suthoff, Plummer, 0 ' Neil, Weaver. ROW 2: Khayat, Ewing, Leep, Howell, Allen, Stanton, Lampton, Walker. ROW 3: Duncan, Linn, Trapp, Wilson, Carpenter, Vaughn, B. W. Smith. Baria. ROW 4: Mabrey, Lester Hancock, Pridgen, Nail, Giffin, Hight, Hill. ROW 5: Brindley, Puckett, Blount, Fenton, Blakeney, Malvaney, Bowers. ROW 6: Hodges, Nabors, Balius, Cooper, Mills, Blumer, Polk. ROW 7: Hester, Walters, Moore, Benson, H. Smith, Miller, Gilliland, Ryan. FIRST SOPRANO: Mona Ree Canode Kathryn Duncan Nona Ewing Glenna Goodwin Mariann Hancock Lillian Hollis Edna Khayat Sara Nell Linn Tan McGee Jo Nail Virginia Patton Jeanne Patrick Cecilia Ridgeway Margaret Weaver Libby Wicker Dot Wiseman Mary Vaughn SECOND SOPRANO: Sarah Bernhard Joyce Bonner Rosemary Buckley Mim Carpenter Virginia Cavett Emily Costigan Elaine Ellard Riley Graves Nan Howell Elizabeth Lester Mary Belle Mabry Elinor Moore Jessie Wynn Morgan Betty Jo Powell Jeanenne Pridgen Myrene Punshon Bettye Russell Jeneanne Sharpe Barbara Stokes Sandra Stubblefield Nell Marie Vaughn Joan Wilson FIRST ALTO: Laura Ceil Allen Carolyn Baria Magdalene Cunningham Helen Davis Betty Sue Gray Louise Hight Jo Glyn Hughes Peggy Hughes Marion Kazar Mary Lou McGee Lynn McGrath Norma Newell Margaret Anne Plummer Virginia Rogers Bettye W. Smith Joanne Stanton Maude Sugg Peggy Suthoff Joy Wallace Gloria Woods Virginia Peebles SECOND ALTO: Clarice Black Beverly Bean Bobbie Jean Davidson Betty Giffin Roane Hill Josie Lampton Pat Leep Ruth Lowery Frances May Linda Lou McCullar Sixty " - : . €A e n sunn The annual bow of the singers highlights a year of feverish activity under the genius touch of " Pop " King. OFFICERS President - - - - HARMON L. SMITH Vice-President - - JOE FRANK BLAKENEY Secretary - - - - JOSEPHINE LAMPTON Reporter ------- NONAEWINC Business Manager - - - - BILLY MILLER Alice McKee Eunice Middleton Mary Ann O ' Neil Betty Pearson Betty Small Barbara Walker Nanette Weaver FIRST TENOR: Nathan Bowers Homer Hinton Jimmy Kurts Gilbert Langdon Eroll Maheney Billy Miller Sonnye Smith Gene Sparks Freeman Watson SECOND TENOR: Fred Blumer James Buskirk Campbell Gilliland Lawrence Chandler Ewin Gaby Byrant Home John M. Howell Yeager Hudson George Jones Henry Mills George Phillips Howell Polk David Pryor Wayne Sturdivant Paul Walters Harry Reese FIRST BASS: Jimmy Allen David Balius Joe Frank Blakeney Charles Boyles James Burnett Tommy Braswell Barry Brindley David Colbert A. W. Ferris Sidney Head Louis Hodges Johnny Howell Robert Hunt John Moore David Powell Odean Puckett Roy Price John Sandefur Bobby Joe Smith Ed Sturdivant John David Wilson John Bowie John Fenton Lavelle Woodrick Sale Lilly SECOND BASS: Jimmy Benson Bob Blount Duncan Clark Stanley Clendinning Henry Clements Roger Hester Bobby Myers Leslie Nabors Arthur O ' Neil George Reid Roy Ryan Cecil Williamson Sixty-One OFFICERS President -------- DAVID BALIUS Vice-President - - - JOANNE STANTON Secretary ------- EMILY COST I CAN Drum Major ------ ODEAN PUCKETT Zke III The Millsaps Band, tho ' hampered by the lack of money and a practice period this year, has worked wonders under the guidance of its director, Mr. Arthur Colaianni. An orchid to Mr, Coley and his band. Jo Ann Kux Jimmy Schimpf Marie Turnage Bill Riecken Magruder Corban Ernest Workman Don Rushing Katherine Emerson Lavelle Woodrick Roger Waldrop Betty Stennis MEMBERS Annie Dunn John Moore Mary Frances McMurry Alice Whitfield Goodsell Betty Smith Roy Parker Leslie Joe Page Bobby Kelly Billy McCleave Harry Gulledge Nell Marie Vaughn Frances Watson Donald Richardson John Sandefur Mary Ann Babbington Fred Whitehouse Eleanor Millsaps Mona Ree Canode Bobby All red Tommy Wood ard Paul Walters Sixty-Two Jessie Wynn Morgan Janella Lansing Edna Khayat Clair Norris Libby Wicker AJORETTES Cke CHEERLEADERS Joe Frank Blakeney Sid Head Virginia Peebles George Reid Nanette Weaver Lonetta Wells Sixty-Three Zk e EDITOR REMUS L. McCARTER BUSINESS MANAGERS ROY EPPERSON GENE WILKINSON CONTRIBUTORS Ouida Eldridge Robert Hunt Peggy Parrish Galina Tuniks Barbara Myers John Moore Edwin Sturdivant Vernon Fewell Mary Sue Smith Bob Ray Fred DeLong Frances Root Roy Parker Mary F. Vaughan Lee Stricklin James Irby Ann Carter Margaret Anne Plummer Margaret Weaver D. R. Opperman John Broadwater Editor REMUS L. McCARTER THE STYLUS, foster child of the English Department, is the culmination of many years of planning and hoping. Published twice yearly it contains prose and poetry from the pens of Millsaps litterati. FACULTY ADVISORS: Dr. M. C. White, Mrs. Marguerite Goodman, Miss Mildred Morehead, Prof. Paul D. Hardin, Mrs. Mary B. Stone. Sixty-Four Sixty-Five f fa w Inewkumild KOME WISS ME TO DER CASBAH, O K?? :K ANNE UP SO SHE CAN SEE TOO Do You Have Greas Are You Join GOSS c forgive u d aint In Your Blood? Stage Struck? GOOSES ! O SHAKESPEARE) IP IN THE AIR, WN ( % k ,A. - r " A M W ' h !? i SLEEPY TIME DOWN SOUTH DORM SOCIAL Seventy-Five I MASTER HH JOR ) JlJL. £ Seventy-Six HISS M ILLSRPS cw Seventy -Seven ' ■ Qf £rz z Cy a y, j£r Seventy-Eight QmuuC; 2f -n»c 20 DJLGtas)cJ Seventy-Nine , -»•• " lEIITf Eighty BEB.BIY W " Eighty-One iCLrUlluL, CJ 4s st4s Eighty-Two Eighty-Three Eighty-Four JJLdU J 3 SLCLf«fc» Eighty-Five ighty-Sev P fl NH E 1 1 E N nil Women ' s Pan-Hellenic keeps the sororities in line and makes for smoother rela- tions between female groups. They often work in conjunction with the male side on related problems. OFFICERS President - - - - THELMA ANN CANODE Vice-President - - - - VIRGINIA CAVETT Secretary -------- TAN McCEE Treasurer ------- VIRGINIA EDGE MEMBERS Ruth Lowery Peggy Parrish Virginia Peeples Mary Sue Smith Eightij-Eight Eighty-Nine TEH-FHITEHHIT N IJ The Inter-Fraternity Council is the League of Nations of the fraternities; settle- ing disputes and creating good will between the groups. Besides compiling and en- forcing rush rules, the IFC joined with the distaff side in a study of a (censored) system for Millsaps. OFFICERS President ------- BILL HOLLAND Vice-President - - - JOE FRANK BLAKENEY Secretary-Treasurer - - - CURTIS CLAPHAM racuiry - uviso r - ur. MEMBERS Sid Head James Aldridge Van Cavett Charles Sommers E. B. Strain Sommers, Cavett, Strain, Holland, Clapham, Aldridge, Head, Blakeney P I II [lilll ALPHA HI1 CHAPTER McDaniels succeeds Canode at Mid-term — Sigma Lambda takes Canode, Lampton, Parrish — Kelly is Queen of Pike Cotton Ball — Canode rules Pan- Hellenic — Shields, Dyess hold campus Presidency — Norris is majorette OFFICERS President ------- THELMA ANN CANODE Vice-President -------- EVELYN HAWKINS Recording Secretary - - - JEAN SHIELDS Corresponding Secretary - MARY ELIZABETH McDANIELS Treasurer -------- JOSEPHINE LAMPTON Pledge Trainer --------- PEGGY PARRISH ACTIVES Mona Ree Canode Joan Huggins Frances Root The!ma Ann Canode Virginia Kelly Barbara Roseberry Carolyn Collins Jo Ann Kux Jean Shields Sara Nell Dyess Josephine Lampton Betlye Smith Sybil Foy Mary Elizabeth McDaniels Marie Turnage Mary Grantham Mary Frances McMurry Barbara Walker Bettye Griffin Eleanor Millsaps Sara VVasson Imogene Harrell Peggy Parrish Alice Dale Whitfield Goodsell Evelyn Hawkins Myrene Punshon PLEDGES Doris Barnett Claire Norris Mary Alice Shields Kathenne Duncan Mary Helen Philips Jo Ann Stanton Peggy Evans Margaret Ann Plummer Nell Marie Vaughn Lillian Hoi I is Zoe Ramsey Bettye Husbands Martha Ann Selby I NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Missouri December 12, 1888 LOCALLY FOUNDED: September 1, 1926 COLORS: Ruby and Pink FLOWERS: Richmond and Killarney Roses PUBLICATION: " The Urn ' Ninety Barnett M. Canode T. Canode Collins Duncan Evans Foy Grantham Griffin Harrell Hawkins Hollis Huggins Husbands • ]]• MU CHAPTER O ' Neal takes over from Edge at Mid-year — Khayat, Sandford are Beauties — Weaver, Small, B. W. Smith named favorites — Weaver leads cheers — Edge, B. W. Smith in Sigma Lambda — Bratton heads YW — KD chorus line is campus hit — Bettye Smith selected for Who ' s Who — Lansing, Khayat are drum majorettes. OFFICERS President ----------- VIRGINIA EDGE Vice-President --------- BETTY SMALL Secretary ----------- POLLY WREN Treasurer ------- MARGUERITTE DENNY Sally Ann Batson Jo Ann Bratton Mabel Buckley Jo Anne Cooper Emily Costigan Margueritte Denny Virginia Edge Ouida Faye Gardner Glenna Goodwin Elizabeth Harris Marie Alford Sarah Bernhard Beverly Bill ups Jo Booth Bobbie Jean Davidson Dee Ford Gloria Hartness ACTIVES Nan Howell Edna Khayat Janella Lansing Annie Greer Leonard Sara Nell Linn Ruth Lowery Tohill Mary Lou McGee Barbara Myers Cola O ' Neal Neely Sandford PLEDGES Frances Hicks Alice Humphrey Gretchen Mars Anne Mclnvale Jo Nail Ann Orsborn Frances Jo Peacock Betty Small Bettye W. Smith Meredith Stigler Peggy Suthoff Anne Turner Mary Vaughn Nanette Weaver Mary Nel! Williams Polly Wren Carolyn Pope Blanche Reed Cecelia Ridgway Sylvia Sanford Betty Jo Smith Sandra Stubblefield Ivy Wallace NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Virginia State Normal College October 23, 1897 LOCALLY FOUNDED: September 26, 1914 COLORS: Green and White FLOWER: White Rose PUBLICATION: " Angelos of Kappa Delta " Ninety-Two Alford Batson Bernhard Billups Booth Bratton Buckley Cooper Costigan Davidson Denny Edge Ford Gardner Goodwin Harris Hartness Hicks Howell Humphrey Khayat Lansing Leonard Linn Lowery McGee Mclnvale Myers Nail O ' Neal Orsburn Peacock Pope Reed Ridgeway N. Sandford S. Sandford Small B. J. Smith B. W. Smith Stigler Stubblefield Suthoff Turner Vaughn Wallace Weaver Williams f) € O Cl Ninety-Three )H EPSILON CHAPTER Brown for McCee in January — Sisson, McCee, Webb, Smith in Sigma Lambda — -Mary Sue honored by Who ' s Who — Jessie Wynn named Miss Mississippi — Libby and Jessie are drum majorettes — Babington, Sisson, Inman are Campus presidents — Lonetta is cheerleader — Sisson, McCee, and Wells named favor- ites — Morgan selected as Beauty — Lucy chosen as Lambda Chi Sweetheart. OFFICERS President ._.... JAN McCEE Vice-President -------- MARY SUE SMITH Secretary -------- MARGARET LEE INMAN Treasurer - - - .._... ANNE SISSON Lucy Atkinson Mary Ann Babington Cecile Brown Louise Burton Marcia Cantwell Annabelle Crisler Janie Lee Cross Dunbar Babbit Beverly Bean Clarice Black Virginia Breazeale Rosemary Buckley Peggy Faulkner Marianne Hancock ACTIVES Margaret Lee Inman Frances Johnson Martha Mayo Mabeth McCluer Tan McGee Elinor Moore Jessie Wynn Morgan PLEDGES Joy Wallace Barbara Wykert Dot Wiseman Betty Brand Pearson Margaret Weston Norma Newell Janie Haining Anne Sisson Mary Sue Smith Lacy Rees Johnnie Webb Lonetta Wells Joan Wignall Laura Ann Honeycutt Ouida Hughes Sara Lewis Jo Glyn Hughes Frances Hankins Libbv Wicker ' 4 " • ' i ■ vJKiV -?• - . v NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Wesleyan College March 4, 1852 LOCALLY FOUNDED: March 24, 1914 COLORS: Rose and White FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation PUBLICATION: " Aglaia " Ninety-Four Atkinson Babbit Babington Bean Black Breazeale Brown Buc kley Burton Cantwell Crisler Cross Faulkner Haining Hancock Hankins Honeycutt J. Hughes O. Hughes Inman Johnson Lewis McCleur McGee Mayo Moore Morgan Newell Sisson Smith Rees Wallace Webb Wells Weston Wicker Wignall Wiseman Wykert V- - - jm . AKk mum a - Ninety-Five ev m . A j£jk £% it ■ i;n CHI DELTA CHAPTER Leep replaces Cavett — Sigma Lambda selects Cavett, Peebles and Trapp — Cavett and Peebles appear in Who ' s Who — Peggy B. is a Beauty — Weaver, Peebles, Trapp chosen as favorites — Aust, Palmerlee, Leep hold down campus presidencies — Peebles leads cheers. OFFICERS President ---------- VIRGINIA CAVETT Vice-President -------- CLAIRE LUSTER Secretary ---------- PATSY MARTINSON Treasurer -------- MARY JANE PALMERLEE ACTIVES Laura Ceil Allen Ann Anderson Julia Aust Peggy Brown Margueritte Cain Virginia Cavett Olive Coker Harriet Crisler Mary Dent Deaton Karolyn Dogget Joyce Bonner Diane Brown Ann Carter Mary Gene Gainey Nona Ewing Minnie Farlow Carlene Freiler Gloria Freudenberg Catherine Hamilton Ann Heggie Roane Hili Betsy Hulen Pat Leep Elizabeth Lester Marion Kazar Adrienne Bourgeois Martha Hale Kittrell Claire Luster Patsy Martinson Frances May Betty Love McLarty Eunice Middleton Jerry Nalty Nancy Napier PLEDGES Glenda Glenn Anne Hand Riley Graves Virginia Hewitt Barksdale Johnston Linda Lou McCullar Alice McKee Virginia Patton Betty Jo Norton Mary Jane Palmerl Virginia Peebles Mary Ann Pitts Rachel Simpson Barbara Smith Maude Sugg Shelia Trapp Margaret Weaver Betty Jo Powell Fredda Shelton Catherine Swayze NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Universit of Arkansas April 5, 1895 LOCALLY FOUNDED: March 31, 1934 COLORS: Cardinal and Straw FLOWER: White Carnation PUBLICATION: " The Eleusis ' Ninety-Six Allen Anderson Aust Bonner Bourgeois D. Brown P. Brown Cain Carter Cavett Coker Crisler Deaton Dogget Ewing Farlow Freiler Freudenbur Gainey Glenn Graves Hamilton Hand Heggie Hewitt Hill Hulen Johnston Kazar Kittrell Leep Lester Luster McCullar McKee Martinson May Middleton Nalty Norton Palmerlee Patton Peebles Pitts Powell She!ton Simpson Smith Sugg Swayze Trapp Weaver Ninety-Seven VIKIHn Baria replaces Roberts in driver ' s seat — Horton named to Who ' s Who and Sigma Lambda — Hight crowned Viking Sweetheart — many great parties mark year. OFFICERS President ---------- ANN ROBERTS Vice-President -------- RUTH STOCKTON Recording Secretary - - - - MARY ANN DERRICK Corresponding Secretary - - - ROSEMARY ANDERSON Treasurer ---------- SANDRA CAMPBELL Sergeant-at-arms ------ MARY ANN O ' NEIL Historian --------- PEGGY HUGHES House Chairman ------- CAROLINE BARIA Julia Allen Rosemary Anderson Lynn Bacot Lois Barber Carolyn Baria Kathryn Bearden Ab Boler Lucretia Caldwell Louise Campbell Sandra Campbell Magdelene Cunningham Helen Davis Sara Dennis Mary Ann Derrick Anne Dunn MEMBERS Bernice Edgar Ouida Eldridge Nell Foster Lois Guilette Bessie Mae Haney Louise Hight Sue Horton Peggy Hughes Maeche Kaesota Joyce King Katherine King Mary Belle Mabry Adelee Matheny Jewel Mayer Ann McElroy Martha Sue Montgomery Mary Ann O ' Neil Ann Roberts Bettye Russell Bet Stennis Ruth Stockton Vickie Taylor Galina Tuniks Barbara Tyler Emilia Weber Joan Wilson Martha Ann Wright Martha Louise Wright NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Oklahoma April, 1938 LOCALLY FOUNDED: July 19, 1943 COLORS: Blue and White FLOWER: White Carnation PUBLICATION: " N. I. S. A. Newsletter ' ■■ ' ■■• Ninety-Eight Allen Anderson Bacot Barber Baria Bearden Caldwell L Campbell S. Campbell Cunningham Davis Dennis Dunn Edgar Eldridge Foster Haney Hight Horton Hughes J. King K. King Mabry Matheny Mayer McElroy Montgomery O ' Neill Roberts Russell Stennis Stockton Taylor Tuniks Tyler Weber Wilson M. A. Wright M. L. Wright O O 1 9 Ninety-Nine ; , ,. ( " w Y " W f% £ WF L w w I 9 1 (BPPfl fllPlf ALPHA MU CHAPTER Collins named No. 1 as Strain graduates — Collins, Miller, Haddad, Young, Allen tapped by ODK — Young chosen for Who ' s Who — Allen is BOBASHELA Business Manager — Collins, Haddad, Mills. Miller, Newsome, Turner hold campus presidencies — Blakeney is cheerleader. OFFICERS Number I ------------ E. B. STRAIN Number II --------- - BENNY CONNERLY Number Ml -------- - EDDIE COLLINS J immy Allen Bobby Allred Joe Frank Blakeney Eddie Collins Benny Connerly Kirk Coney Bob (Monk) Crisler Nowell Estes Richard Flowers Johnny Howell Ernest Mincey Frank Mangum Stanley Cook Billy Parks Thomas Parker Fred Day Smith ACTIVES Campbell Gilliland Billy Graham Ray Haddad Bryant Home John Little Henry Mills Billy Miller Bill Moore Billy Murdock PLEDGES James Lloyd Williams Fred Blumer Jackie Pujol A. W. Ferris Howard Cheek Harry Carter Billy Frank Sistrunk Jimmy Newsome Pat Ratliff Louis Short E. B. Strain Drew Townes Irby Turner Jimmy Young Paul Walters John Cooper James Elliot Wayne Sturdivant Errol Malvaney Thomas Wilson NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Washington and Lee University December 21, 1865 LOCALLY FOUNDED- October 1, 1893 COLORS: Crimson and Old Gold FLOWER: Magnolia and Crimson Rose PUBLICATIONS: " Kappa Alpha Journal, " " Kappa Alpha Illustrated Manual " One Hundred Allen Allred Blakeney Blumer Carter Cheek Collins Cooper Elliot Estes Ferris Gilliland Graham Haddad Home Howell Little Malvaney Mangum Miller OPSILOI CHAPTER Lewis replaces Clapham — Cavett heads P W — Lewis, Lilly, Cavett tapped by ODK — Sale chosen Master Major and is named to Who ' s Who — Lilly and Lewis preside over S. E. B. — Blount, Jones, Kimbrough hold campus presi- dencies — McCowan 1 st semester Senior Prexy. OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary - - Treasurer - - Ritualist - CURTIS CLAPHAM ROBERT RICHTER - - VAN CAVETT - - T. W. LEWIS - - BOB BLOUNT Bobby Joe Black Bob Blount Bubba Caffey Van Cavett Sammie Boleware Jerry Gulledge A. J. Stevens Billy Moore Sale Lilly ACTIVES Robert Hathorn Tulane Posey Tommy Jolly John Griffin Jimmy Pounds Larry Wallace F. T. Hammack Sidney Clement Cleveland Turner B. G. Banahan, Jr. Howell Polk John (Smokey) Broadwater Glenn Cain Ike Musselwhite Charles Campbell Sammie Joe Glorioso PLEDGES Tommy Woods Sonny Buzzard Gib Langdon Lamar Weems Lee Stricklin Dave Powell Bill Stewart Curtis McGown Gene Yelverton George Jones Billy Robinson Robert Richter Curtis Clapham T. W. Lewis John Fenton Jamie Irby Paul Edwards Barry Kimbrough Bobby Townsend Roy Price NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Virginia December 10, 1 S69 LOCALLY FOUNDED: October 18, 1895 COLORS: Scarlet, Green and White FLOWER: Lilly of the Valley PUBLICATION: " The Caduceus ' One Hundred Two Black Blount Boleware Broadwater Buzzard Cain Campbell Cavett Clapham Fenton Glorioso Griffin Gulledge Irby Jolly Jones Kimbrough Lewis Lilly McGown Moore Musselwhite Polk Posey Pounds Powell Price Richter Robinson Stevens Stewart Stricklin Turner Wallace Weems Woods ; 4 w itf fern One Hundred Three I PHH FRHTERN THEN til ZETft CHAPTER Sommers comes in as Aldridge retires as prexy — Purple, Green and Cold Ball highlights social calendar — Aldridge, Messer, Fewell honored on Tap Day — Chi ' s add patio to house — Freeman wins LSU assistantship. OFFICERS President -------- JAMES R. ALDRIDGE Vice-Presdient -------- EDWARD FREEMAN Secretary ---------- CHARLES SOMMERS Treasurer --------- BARRY BRINDLEY ACTIVE S James Aldridge Bill Barton Barry Brindley Bobby Brooks Vernon Fewell Ed Freeman Elbert Jenkins Eugene Loper Dick McLeod Doug Mathis Bill Messer Frank Nash Dale Overmyer George Pirie Paul Sebron Charles Sommers Roger Waldrop Gene Wilkinson Vernon Eppinette James Harper Dave Harris Homer Hinton PLEDGES Eugene Holmes Montie Lambert B. F. Lewis Wilbur Luke Billy Roe McCleave Hugh McLellan Edwin Sturdivant Eugene Wright NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Boston University, 1909 LOCALLY FOUNDED: 1920 COLORS: Purple, Green and Gold PUBLICATION: " The Cross and Crescent " One Hundred Four Aldridge Brindley Brooks Eppinerte Fewell Freeman Harper Harris Hinron Holmes Jenkins Lewis (IPPfl fllPi ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Smith presides — ODK takes in Smith, Anderson, Holland, Sandefur- — -Smith, Anderson. Holland in Who ' s Who — Lee is Captain of Major gridders — Sande- fur, Smith are P W Business Managers — Holland edits Bobashela — Smith is Singers prexy — Balius heads Band — Holland presides over IFC, Kit Kat, Senior Class — Smith, Reid, Anderson, Sandefur lead campus organizations — Head and Reid are cheerleaders — Puckett is Drum Major — Pikes captures speedball, stunt night bucket. OFFICERS President --------- SONNYE SMITH Vice-President --------- GEORGE REID Secretary -------- TOMMY WOODARD Treasurer ------------ B. F. LEE Charies Allen Bob Anderson David Balius Wendell Black Rodney Clements Stanley Clendenninj Magruder Corban Sam Darby Fred Delong Emmett Anderson Tommy Braswell Russ Bush Jack Dunbar Allie Frazier Ewin Gaby Jack Dubard Harry Gulledge James Hardin Robert Haynes Sidney Head Roger Hester Joe Hobbs Bill Holland Dan Keel Virgil Gully John Howard John Howell George Hunt Jimmy James Steele Johston ACTIVES B. F. Lee Tom Lewis Randy Mansfield John Mitchell John Moore Bobby Myres Odean Puckett George Reid Bill Riecken PLEDGES Ed Jones Robert Kelly Rodney Little John Lott Leslie Page Granville Sykes Jerry Roebuck John Sandefur Claude Smith Sonnye Smith V. K. Smith Jim Whitehouse Fred Williams Tommy Woodard Fred Whitehouse Jimmy Schimpf Wade Patrick NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Virginia March 1, 1868 LOCALLY FOUNDED: March 23, 1905 COLORS: Garnet and Gold FLOWER: Lily of the Valley PUBLICATION: " The Shield and Diamond " One Hundred Six Allen E. Anderson R. Anderson Balius Black Braswell Clement Clendinning Corban Darby DeLong Dubard Dun bar Frasier Gaby Gulledge Gully Hardin Haynes Head Hester Hobbs Holland Howell Zke NORSEMEN Hetrick rules roost — Epperson is Stylus Business Manager — Classic Film series thrills campus — Whitam heads YM. OFFICERS President - - TOMMY HETRICK Vice-President - FRED WHITAM Secretary - - - - B. F. LEWIS Treasurer - NATHAN BOWERS MEMBERS Bill Anderson B. F. Lewis Nathan Bowers Roy Parker A. W. Ellis George Phillips Roy Epperson Aubrey Price Billy Hayes Bobby Joe Smith Tommy Hetrick Fred Whitam Yerger Hudson NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Oklahoma April, 1938 LOCALLY FOUNDED: 1950 PUBLICATION: " N. I. S. A. Newsletter " Anderson Ellis Epperson Hayes Hetrick Hudson Lewis Parker Price Smith Whitam One Hundred Eight g One Hundred Nine Row 1 : Mgr. Woods, Edwards, Gully, Fenton, Clements, Strain, K. Smith, Hadad, Parker, Col- lins, Lewis, Cain, Butts. Row 2: Powell, Stewart, Portuy- ess, I. Robinson, Miller, Richter, F. D. Smith, Kalil, Scott, B. Rob- inson, Glorioso, Keel. mi The MMIsaps Majors play high calibre, but strictly amateur football. In 1951 the Majors won for the first time the championship of the Dixie Conference, which is composed of non-subsidized teams. i " BARRY KIMBROUGH Manager GLEN CAIN Most Valuable Player One Hundred Ten v • ujti H l ita — i r r -f t- If ij 53 %66 51 r 57 167 %6S W " V : p - : , L - H I L L S I P SCORES Millsaps Opp. Pensacola Naval Air Station 7 1 3 Sewanee 7 6 South Pasture 12 7 Howard . 27 1 4 Hendrix 6 1 4 Row 3: Mgr. Carter, Little, Kelly, F. J. Smith, Langdon, Harris, O ' Neil, McGown, Short, Gulledge, Lee, Hester, Townes, Fuzak, Williams, Mgr. Kim- brough. " " P - k TOMMY WOODS Manager ROBERT BUTTS Most Hustling Non-Letterman One Hundred Eleven One Hundred Twelve Coach Sammy Bartling talking to the squad on the first day of practice. FOOT RETURNING LETTERMEN Row 1: B. Robinson, Miller, Strain, Richt er Row 2: Lewis, Lee, Short, McCown, Scott, Collins One Hundred Thirteen EHHEN « 195l CAIN, back GULLEDGE, line ALL DIXIE LEE, end PARKER, back STEWART, Line Kimbrough Lewis Little McGown Miller O ' Neal Powell B. Robinson I. Robinson B. J. Smith F. D. Smith K. Smith Strain Williams Woods Not Pictured Langdon Richter Short Scott Kalil Minimi i IE p. S3 F BS tNB ■ ' A B M l fk - MBm i IL ' ■ EtA , L , H i B . 1 8r H mUL } . pLy BHRHS OHHMil Millsaps back picks up first down against South- western. Fenton prepares to intercept a Choctaw pass in this years win over the boys from the " south pasture. " . Cain moves in to help Fenton, Fuzak, and McGown down one of the Navy men from Pen- sacola. One Hundred Fourteen rum mi nimii Parker goes for yardage against the Sewanee Tigers as Lee dances with an opponent. Parker carries again to help in the Major ' s win over Sewanee. Some of the Tigers from Sewanee appear to have been beaten in more than one way — with Langdon doing the beating in this picture. One Hundred Fifteen fill ACTION Collins goes over on a quarterback sneak against the Chocs — that ' s Big Willie Williams doing the directing on the right. Richter investigates Naval warfare. l-t4fc- t V ' After all this trouble he dropped it. One Hundred Sixteen ii n 1 1 in i i n THE TEAM Row 1 (I. to r.): Gorday, Langdon, Baker, Wallace, Allen, Scott, Cain Row 2 (I. to r.): Price, Jolly, Vest, Townes, Jeffreys, Black, Case RETURNING LETTERMEN (I. to r.): Gorday, Allen, Coach Bartling, Wallace, Cain One Hundred Seventeen PHIL WALLACE All-Dixie Conference Center I H S K ET D Lamburh invades Buie Gym and conquers Majors One Hundred Eighteen One Hundred Nineteen ACTION SHOTS (Due Hundred Twenty ATHLETICS AT MILLSAPS Millsaps maintains football, baseball, and basketball teams in the Dixie Confer- ence. Millsaps athletes are men who play these sports for the love of the game. They devote their time and energy to these sports for the joy of winning and participating. These athletes are at Millsaps for an education first — for athletics second. Millsaps captured the Dixie Conference Football Championship this year for the first time in the history of the school. In basket-ball, the Millsaps five won the con- solation bracket for the second consecutive year. The Majors traveled to Pensacola, Florida, in search of their first win of the season against the Naval Air Station " Gosl ins, " but were defeated by the score of 13-7. The Major ' s lone score was made by Kali!, with T. W. Lewis adding the extra point. The Majors gained their first victory of the season by defeating the Sewanee Tigers by the score of 7-6. Glenn Cain scored the Major ' s touchdown on a 23 yard quarterback sneak, and T. W. Lewis adding the winning extra point. Meeting their arch rivals next, the Majors took the Choctaws in stride by the score of 12-7. Great defensive work on the part of the forward wall and the scoring of Kalil and Collins gave the Majors their most prized win of the season. In the next game, with Howard, the Majors won the conference championship by defeating the Bulldogs 27-14. This game was marked by the brilliant generalship and passing of Eddie Collins. Kalil, Parker, Cain, and Scott scored the TD ' s with Parker add- ing 3 extra points. The Majors met defeat in the closing game of the season at the hands of the Hendrix College Indians. Glorioso scored the only Millsaps touchdown in this 14-6 de- feat. In basketball, the Majors were led to the consolation championship by two time All-Dixie Phil Wallace. The Major five was rounded out by Glenn Cain, Bob Gorday, Jim Allen, and Rod Jeffreys. How the Majors will do in baseball remains at this writing, to be seen. Coach " Sammy " has four returning lettermen to build his team around — Glorioso, Woods, Kurts, and Townes. Millsaps also maintains a fine program of intramurals in speedball, basketball, softball, golf, and tennis for those who don ' t enter intercollegiate athletics. In speedball, the Pikes took the crown by going undefeated. The Ministers were runner-ups and the Kappa Sigs placed third. The All-Star team was composed of four Pikes — Dunbar, Whitehcuse, Roebuck, and Smith; four Ministers — Anderson, White, Bowers, and Bolton; two Kappa Alphas — Allen and Crisler; and two Kappa Sigs — Moore and Clement. The Independents took the basketball crown with the Pikes second and the Kappa Sigs third. Two Pikes — Roebuck and Frazier; two Kappa Sigs — Woods and Powell; and Independent John Crabb made up the All-Star team. One Hundred Twenty-One One Hundred Twenty Two Cfirts " Mim ' ries? " Surely we, the co-eds, have many things. we remember as we think back on the activities and members of the girls ' athletic department. Yes, but what are they? The good, clean, stiff competition in the intra- mural program can ' t be forgotten ... an early morning hike with a group of " sleepy-eyed " girls; being rewarded for the effort of pulling oneself out of bed by the smell of coffee, bacon, and cheese from the beautiful open fire . . . trip to Memphis to ride the " crawling stairs " . . . Missie . . . weekends on the Coast . . . the famous words, " Rise up, O flame! " . . . the boys co-operating at calling our ball games . . . Miss D ' s willingness to make the girls " happy " . . . her friendliness, helpfulness, ability to do so much and her winning smile, as well as the shining ex- ample of life, go down through the years with us . . .for the more energetic there was the nine hole golf course . . . there was Dee with her " Smile, please! " . . . confusion between Mim ' s and Peeble ' s voices and laughs . . . swim- ming in October as well as May — salt water or muddy water . . . retreats with their fun, food, fellowship, and friends . . . curtain fund . . . Peggye racking up many points with her " southpaw " shot . . . Kazar, another " south paw, " shows how to have fun on the softball diamond . . . Ah! what fun the Majorettes have decorating for Christ- mas . . . Tan and Mim face the " Court of DeceH " and plead guilty . . . long, lanky Lucy . . . intramural program conflicts with the boys . . . the three musketeers in a green Plymouth . . . tennis trips and an overloaded station wagon . . . Red Sails In the Sunset ... Oh ! that yellow convertible . . . the Limpin ' Lassies . . . ping pong part- ners . . . the Jets . . . folk dancing . . . ' tis amazing what goes on " behind the scene " just before tap day . . . stunt night . . . tricks of all sorts at any time of day or night . . . for the first time in years we had a boy on our retreat . . . swimming and diving lead to sore muscles . . . and we ' ll always remember the solo ' s that turn out to be duet ' s . . . In our " Mim ' ries " we ' ll always remember other names from years back: Peggy Bi, Little Un, W. D., Suey, Chris, Penny, Jean, Onie Margaret Marion, and others. As we mention these " immortals, " let our memories linger One Hundred Twenty-Three ARE YOU SURE, " MISS UMP? " DAZE ■ " " ■■■■■■■■■ A. ipj J) 1 1 0?ie Hundred Tiuenty-Seuen Standing: Lewis, Holland, Anderson, Allen, Miller, Young, Collins. Seated: Dr. Moore, Dr. Smith, Prof. Ferguson, Dr. Wharton CROH KHPP ODK is a national honorary society, which recognizes leadership in campus activities and scholarship. It is the highest honor a Millsaps male can receive. OFFICERS President --------- JIMMY YOUNG Vice-President -------- BOB ANDERSON Jimmy Allen Eddie Collins Bill Holland T. W. Lewis MEMBERS Billy Miller Harmon L. Smith John Sandefur Ray Haddad Van Cavett Sale Lilly FACULTY SPONSORS Dr. Moore, Secretary Dr. Wharton Dr. M. L. Smith Prof. Ferguson One Hundred Tioenty-Eight 7 TVIVVW. Seated: Parrish, Harrell, M. S. Smith, B. W. Smith, Sisson. Standing: Horton, Trap, Cavett, Peebles, Canode, Edge, Webb. s Sigma Lambda is a national honorary society, which recognizes leadership in campus activities and scholarship. It is the highest honor a Millsaps girl can receive. OFFICERS President --------- MARY SUE SMITH Vice-President ----- BETTYE WATKINS SMITH Secretary-Treasurer ------ NORMA HARRELL Historian ----------- PEGGY PARRISH Mary Sue Smith Bettye Watkins Smith Norma Harrell Peggy Parrish Virginia Edge MEMBERS Sue Horton Anne Sisson Shelia Trapp Johnnie Webb Thlema Ann Canode Virginia Peebles Virginia Cavett Tan McGee Josephine Lampton FACULTY ADVISORS Mrs. Mary Stone Mrs. M. L. Smith Mrs. Elizabeth Craig Mrs. Marguerite Goodman One Hundred Twenty-Nine Seated: M. S. Smith, Anderson, Cavett, Peebles, Young, Harrel Standing: Lilly, H. L. Smith, B. W. Smith, Holland. WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Each year a faculty committee nominates a number of students for inclusion in WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES con- sidering their scholarship, their cooperation and leadership in academic and extra-Curricular activities, their citizenship and service to the school, and their promise of future usefulness. This is one of the highest honors a Millsaps student can attain. This year eleven students were selected. ROBERT REED ANDERSON VIRGINIA CAVETT NORMA RUTH HARRELL SUE RIVERS HORTON SALE T. LILLY VIRGINIA PEEBLES BETTYE WATKINS SMITH HARMON L. SMITH, JR. JAMES L. YOUNG WILLIAM HOLMES HOLLAND, JR. MARY SUE SMITH One Hundred Tliirty rs . i i I Curtis, Dyess, Woodrick, Trapp, Carpenter, Whitam, Boyles, Lewis U nil u The Christian Council is responsible for integ saps. It distributes the allottment from the Students tions its members represent. The religious life of the college in general Emphasis Week is in its hands. rating all the religious groups at Mill- Activities fund among the Organiza- is its field of activity, and Religious Representatives from the following make up Christian Council Wesleyan Croup Westminister League Baptist Student Union Canterbury Club Women ' s Christian Workers OFFICERS President - - - Vice-President - - Secretary Financial Secretary MEMBERS Ministerial League Y M C A YWCA Eight students elected at large from the student body - - SHELIA TRAPP LAVELLE WOODRICK ■ - - SUE HORTON - SARA NELL DYESS Mim Carpenter Charles Boyles Sara Nell Dyess Norma Harrell Sue Horton Lonnie Johnston Ed Curtis T. W. Lewis Claire Luster Pat Leep Myrene Punshon Peggy Parrish Virginia Peebles George Reid Don Rushing Shelia Trapp Cecil Williamson Lavelle Woodrick Fred Whitam Henry Mills FACULTY ADVISORS Prof. Stuart Smith Dr. J. D. Wroten One Hundred Thirty-One One Hundred Thirty-Two I. I). Technically speaking, every girl at Millsaps is in the YM, but this governing body, known at the YW Cabinet puts its activities into effect. CABINET President --------- NORMA HARRELL Vice-President ----- MARY ANN BABINCTON Secretary ---------- EVELYN HAWKINS Treasurer ---------- JOANNE HUGCINS COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Shelia Trapp Thelma Ann Canode Sue Horton Mim Carpenter Sara Nel! Dyess Diane Brown Peggy Parrish Nanette Weaver Minnie Farlow Julia Aust Barbara Myers Jo Ann Bratton Seated: Miss DeCell, Huggins, Harrell, Hawkins, Trapp. Standing: Montgomery, Carpenter, Canode, Horton, Dyess, Myers, Aust, Weaver, Bratton, Farlow. One Hundred Thirty-Three u U. The YM Cabinet correlates the activities of the YM. Technically every boy at Mill saps is in the YM. CABINET President ----------- ROBERT LOTT Vice-President --------- FRED WHITAM Secretary-Treasurer ------- DON RUSHING Publicity Chairman - - LESLIE NABORS Recreation Chairman ------ CHARLES BOYLES + Johnston, Whitam, Dr. Priddy, Lott, Nabors. • m£ One Hundred Thirty-Four BAPTIST i i u Completely ignoring the stigma of Choctaw Land, the Baptists are one of the most progressive religious groups on the campus. OFFICERS President ----- GEORGE REID Vice-President ------- MONA REE CANODE Secretary ---------- EMILY COSTICAN Treasurer ------------ TAN McGEE Program Chairman ------ KATHRYN BEARDON Odean Puckett Bobby All red Mary Dent Deaton Beulah Abel Janie Lee Cross Rosemary Buckley Kathryn Duncan Vickie Taylor Gloria Woods MEMBERS Betty Jo Smith Sara Bernhard Elaine El lard Virginia Breazeale Ouida Faye Hughes Clarice Black Thelma Ann Canode Lillian Hollis Sue Horton Glenda Glenn Bessie Mae Haney Minnie Farlow Frances May Bill Messer Virginia Edge Lee Strictland Bobby Myers Row 1 : Row 2: Hughes, Taylor, Puckett, Horton, Selby. Costigan, McGee, Reid, Canode, Farlow. One Hundred Thirty-Five H m:n All Methodist students are members of this active group. OFFICERS President ----------- CLAIRE LUSTER Vice-President --------- SHELIA TRAPP Secretary ----------- EVELYN HAWKINS Treasurer ------------ JOAN HUCGINS Program Chairman -------- JULIA AUST Publications - - - - MIM CARPENTER Wesleyan Players Chairman - - - - CAROLYN BARIA Dyess, Wilson, Aust, Luster, Trapp, Huggins. V i Row 1 : Black, Suggs, Babbit. Row 2: Osburn, Shields, Sandefur, Weaver, Mills, Sisson, Wayne. Row 3: Haynes, Goodwin, Webb, Fenton, Denny, Wallace, Mrs. Haynes. mi D The hardworking Presbyterian element on the campus is a vital cog in our religious life. OFFICERS President ----------- HENRY MILLS Vice-President --------- JOHN SANDEFUR Secretary ---------- MARGARET WEAVER Treasurer ----------- ANNE SISSON MEMBERS Bob Anderson Dunbar Babbit Beverly Bean Bobbie Jean Davidson Marguaritte Denny John Eddleman Vernon Eppinette John Fenton Robert Haynes Ann Heggie Billy Murdock Ann Osburn Ed Sherrod Jeanne Shields Mary Alice Shields Maude Sugg Ivey Wallace Johnie Webb One Hundred Thirty-Six Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Courtney, Dennis, Campbell, Carpenter, Norton. McElroy, Edgar, Gray, Dyess, Russell, Allen. Wilson, Hill, Baria, Hughes, Davis. N CHRISTIHN WIIRKERS WCW, in conjunction with the Ministerial League, spreads Millsaps Methodism and goodwill by means of Mission Point visitations to such places as the Orphanages, the Old Men ' s Home and the County Jail. CABINET President --------- SARA NELL DYESS Vice-President --------- PEGGY HUGHES Secretary-Treasurer ------ CAROLYN BARIA Social Chairman --------- RUTH STOCKTON Reporter ------------ BERNICE EDGAR Julia Allen Carolyn Baria Louise Campbell Mim Carpenter P. K. Courtney Helen Davis Sarah Dennis Sara Nell Dyess Bernice Edgar MEMBERS Peggy Evans Glenda Glenn Betty Sue Gray Norma Harrell Roane Hill Peggy Hughes Adalee Matheny Ann McElroy Norma Norton Mary Ann O ' Neil Betty Jo Powell Bettye Russell Jeanette Sanders Jeaneanne Sharp Joan Wilson Riley Graves Katherine Bearden One Hundred Thirty-Seven Row 1: Dr. Fleming, Powell, Fenton, Whitehurst, Wiygul, Whitam, Bowie, Brown, Butts, Burnett, Anderson, Prof. Smith. Row 2: Benson, James, Lilly, Poythress, Laseter, O ' Neil, Blumer, Clark, Robinson. Row 3: H. Smith, Ryan, Eskridge, B. J. Smith, Curtis, Sparks, Bowers, Lewis. Row 4 Case, Nabors, Johnston, Wolfe, Head, Walters, Rushing. Nmimffmi it MEMBERS Donald Anderson James Benson John Bowers John Bowie Charles Boyles Harry Bufkin James Burnett James Buskirk Robert Butts Duncan Clark Sidney Clement Edward Curtis Roy Eaton Jerry Eskridge John Fenton Allie Frazier William Gober Robert Gorday Albert Gore Kenneth Graham William Harrison Sidney Head Louis Hodges Eugene Holmes Yeager Hudson Robert Hunt Harold Jackson Jimmy James Doc Jeter Lonnie Johnston Barry Kimbrough Charles Laseter B. F. Lee B. F. Lewis John Lewis T. W. Lewis Sale Lilly Leslie Nabors Frank Nash Jimmy Newsome Arthur O ' Neil George Phillips David Powell David Poythress Ira Robinson Don Rushing Lawrence Russ Roy Ryan Oliver Scott Bobby Joe Smith Harmon Smith Gene Sparks Warren Wasson Fred Whitam Morris White Cecil Williamson Glyn Wiygul Hilburn Wolfe Robert T. Woodard Lavelle Woodrick Joe Young Fred Blummer Berry Whitehurst Dudley Brown One Hundred Thirty-Eight Hall, Prof. Hardin, Prof. Sanders, Dr. White, Prof. Goss, Prof. Hutto, McCarter, Fewell, Short, Holland, Cavett. I Kit Kat, oldest and most exclusive honorary at Millsaps, recognizes men with excep- tional creative writing skill and mothers who are good cooks. OFFICERS Executive Scribe -------- BILL HOLLAND Gaston Hall Louis Short Dr. M. C. White Prof. Paul Hardin MEMBERS R. L. McCarter Vernon Fewell Van Cavett Earl Smith FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. A. G. Sanders Prof. Ralph Hutto Prof. Lance Goss 1 J - Chi Delta, the distaff side of Kit Kat, recognizes females of Literary Merit and joins with Kit Kat in pushing the Southern Literary Festival and the Stylus. i ■ ' ! " ■ ' % ' I h OFFICERS President ----- ANNE SISSON Vice-President - - - PEGGY PARRISH Sec. Treas. - - - - BETTYE W. SMITH MEMBERS Bettye W. Smith Joann Bratton Peggy Parrish Anne Sisson Jewel Mayer Evelyn Hawkins Martha Hale Kittrell Jean Shields Ouida Eldridge Rachel Simpson Barbara Myers Carolyn Collins Maude Sugg Frances Johnson Lacy Rees Jo Anne Cooper Cecile Brown FACULTY ADVISOR Miss Mildred Morehead Row 1: Eldridge, Myers, Collins. Row 2: Mayer, Hawkins, Sisson, Smith, Parrish. Row 3: Simpson, Bratton, Miss Morehead, Shields, Suggs, Kittrell. One Hundred Thirty-Nine One Hundred Forty This is a national pre-med honor society. It was founded in 1926 at the University of Alabama. Its purpose is to promote interests of pre-med students, leadership, scholarship, ex- pertness, character, and personality. All the qualities by which students are judged for mem- bership. ALPHA EPSILON DELTA strives to bridge the gap between pre-medical and medi- cal schools. OFFICERS President ---------- BILLY MILLER Vice-President --------- JERRY ROEBUCK Secretary ---------- SANDRA CAMPBELL Treasurer --------- TOMMY ARRINCTON Historian ------------ ANNIE DUNN FACULTY ADVISORS Dr. J. B. Price Dr. Franklin James Bill Riecken John Davis Henry Mills John Moore John Sandefur MEMBERS Mac Corban Durbo Harrison Lamar Weems Ray Haddad Richard Flowers Earl Smith Louis Short Lavelle Moore Seated: Davis, Miller. Standing: Mills, Arrington, Roebuck, Dr. Price, Rieken, Campbell, Prof. Dunnihoo, Dunn. One Hundred Forty-One This is an honorary which has members who are science majors, with a quality index of 2. or better. OFFICERS President ------- MARY JANE PALMERLEE Vice-President - - - - RAY HADDAD Secretary-Treasurer ------ SANDRA CAMPBELL Mary Jane Palmerlee Ray Haddad Sandra Campbell Billy Miller John Sandifer Robert Lott MEMBERS Bill Riecken A. W. Ellis Nowell Estes Jerry Gulledge Benny Conerly Ed Sherrod Jimmy Kurts John Moore Magruder Corban Richard McLeod Sue Horton FACULTY ADVISORS Professor Knox Dr. Reynolds Prof. F. W. James Seated: Lott, Parmalee, Campbell, Haddad. Standing: Ellis, Riecken, Dubard, Gulledge, Estes, Sandefur, Miller. One Hundred Forty-Two [ GHVILEEH The Cavileers are the Millsaps debate corps. They enliven their existence by taking trips to compete in debates with other schools, and incidentally, usually make an excellent showing. OFFICERS President - - - - IRBY TURNER Vice-President - - ROBERT HUNT Sec.-Treas. - - - EDDIE COLLINS MEMBERS Tulane Posey Fred Whitam Jimmy Young Sandra Stubblefield Tommy Woodard Dot Wiseman Row 1 : Posey, Whitam Row 2: Collins, Woodard, Hunt Row 3: Turner One Hunderd Forty-Three ]| ||)p|][ Tonsil exercisers highest honor at Millsaps, Pi Kappa Delta sponsors several inter- collegiate debates yearly and lends an experienced hand with the annual state high school debate tournement. OFFICERS President ----------- EDDIE COLLINS Vice-President -------- SHELIA TRAPP Secretary-Treasurer -------- IRBY TURNER Faculty Advisor ------- DR. R. MclLVENNA Tulane Posey MEMBERS Robert Hunt Hunt, Trapp, Collins, Turner, Posey. N - Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 McGee, Peebles, Montgomery, Heggie, Nalty, Pitts, Courtney, Matheny. Carpenter, Leonard, Kittrell, Hill, Horton, Canode. Cooper, Lowery, McMurry, Collins, Dunn, Miss DeCell. Smith, Buckley, Martinson, Shields. I The Majorette Club recognizes girls who participate wholeheartedly if not expertly in sports. Besides sponsoring Stunt Night and correlating the female intramural athletic program, it fulfills other functions not touched by other groups. OFFICERS President ----------- JEAN SHIELDS Vice-President ------- MIM CARPENTER Secretary ------------ SUE HORTON Historian ------ MARTHA HALE KITTRELL Thelma Ann Canode Carolyn Collins P. K. Courtney Annabelle Crisler Annie Dunn Mary Joy Hill Annie Greer Leonard Ruth Lowery Tohill Tan McGee Patsy Martinson Martha Sue Montgomery MEMBERS Jean Shields Betty Small Bettye W. Smith Mim Carpenter Sue Horton Martha Hale Kittrell Ouida Eldridge Jere Nalty Mary Ann Pitts Ann Heggie Ada Lee Matheny Mabel Buckley Mary Frances McMurry Jo Anne Cooper Jo Anne Bratton Janie Lee Cross Minnie Farlow Sybil Foy Joanne Huggins Sara Nell Linn Rachel Simpson Nannette Weaver FACULTY SPONSOR Miss Frances DeCeli One Hundred Forty-Four I 4 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 B. Robinson, Richter, Kimbrough, Collins, Poweli, Allen. Lee, Woods, Townes, Cain, Short, Scott. Fuzak, Fenton, Williams, O ' Neil, Little, Lilly. I J 11 I General campus morale boosting is one of the many services rendered by the wearers of the Millsaps athletic " M " . OFFICERS President --------- BARRY KIMBROUGH Vice-President ---------- E. B. STRAIN Secretary-Treasurer -------- JIMMY ALLEN Sergeant at Arms --------- BILLY MILLER MEMBERS Coach Sammy Bartling Billy Miller Coach Stuart Smith Jimmy Allen Eddie Collins Bob Gorday Barry Kimbrough B. F. Lee T. W. Lewis Sale Lilly Robert Richter Billy Robinson A. J. Stevens Louis Short E. B. Strain Oliver Scott Glenn Cain Phil Wallace Sammy Joe Glorioso Drew Townes Tommy Wood Bobby Joe Smith Kim Smith James Lloyd Williams John Fenton Ira Robinson Arthur O ' Neill Dave Powell John Little Bill Fuzak One Hundred Forty-Five ; v s 3MHk -J a V Vi T. r Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 K. Smith, Reid, Schmidt, Gaby, R. Myers, Stubblefield, Wiseman, Ewing, Blount, Fenton, Whitam. Holland, Head, DeLong, Stigler, McGrath, Howell, Lynn, Richter, Wallace, Breazeale, Black, Faulkner. C. Smith, Sandefur, Carter, Mills, Shelton, Bean, Haining, B. Myers, Bratton, Gardner. Woodard, Reicken, Hand, McKee, Simpson, Huggins, Aust, Trapp, Cook, Gray. MILLSflPS PLHVERS Actors, stage hands, powder and paint people, property gatherers, all those who are interested in the field of dramatics comprise the Millsaps Players. Under the general sponsor- ship and guidance of Alpha Psi Omega and Professor Lance Goss the players have helped put on three three-act plays and three one-act plays this year. A banquet at the end of the school year culminates the players activities. Players presented and casts: THE HASTY HEART (Three Acts) A. W. Ferris Edwin Sturdivant Ewin Gaby Glenna Goodwin James Eskridge Robt. Anderson Jack Dunbar Charles Boyles Thomas Braswell " The Monkey ' s Paw " (One Act) Student Director — Robert Blount Henry Mills Roger Hester Robert Richter Lee Stricklin Sara Nell Linn " A Woman ' s Privilege " (One Act) Student Director — Virgin : a Edge John Sandefur Ouida Faye Cola O ' Neal Gardner B. F. McMath " How to Propose " (One Act) Student Director — Shelia Trapp Bobby Meyrs Dot Wiseman Goorge Reid Fred DeLong Bobby Townsend Odean Puckett Pat Leep Nan Howell Stanley Cook Edna Khayat Julia Aust RobT. Anderson Fred Whitam Betty Sue Gray OUR TOWN (Three Acts) Fred DeLong Jack Dunbar James Burnett Wm. Holland Sara Nell Linn Nona Ewing Ewin Gaby Anne Hand John R. Howell Virginia Patton Robert Myers John Fenton Peggy Paulkner Fred Whitehouse Betty Sue Gray B. F. McMath Josephine Lamp- ton James Young A. W. Ferris Kim Smith Sidney Head George Reid John Sandefur William Reicken John Moore Claude Smith Cola O ' Neal Betty Pearson Lee Stricklin Thomas Woodard Joanne Wilson Julia Aust Louis Hodges Alice McKee Fredda Shelton Edwin Sturdivant Annabelle Cris- ler Joan Wignall BLITHE SPIRIT (Three Acts) Sandra Stubble- Roger Hester field Glenda Glenn Beverly Billups Betty Sue Gray Robert Blount Shelia Trapp Indicates member of Alpha Psi Omega, National Honorary Dramatic Fraternity. One Hundred Forty-Six OFFICERS President ROBERT BLOUNT Vice-Pres. - - GLENNA GOODWIN Sec.-Treas. JIMMY YOUNG Faculty Advisor - - LANCE GOSS MEMBERS Virginia Edge Bob Anderson Jim Whitehouse Bettye Watkins Smith Shelia Trapp Ewin Gaby Joe Schmitt Nona Ewing Robert Blount Annabelle Crisler Glenna Goodwin Jimmy Young George Reid Kim Smith Bill Holland Row 1 : Blount, Goodwin, Edge. Row 2: Anderson, Prof. Goss, Young, Smith. Standing: Reid. LPHH PS I BMEBH Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary recognizing outstanding work in the field of college dramatics. In addition to staging several three-act plays and a trio of one-act plays yearly, Alpha Psi is rumored to have the worst initiation on the campus. One Hundred Forty-Seven One Hundred Forty-Eight Eta Sigma Phi is a national Creek and Latin Scholastic honorary. The annual Roman banquet is, according to members, a genteel orgy. OFFICERS President ---------- JIMMY NEWSOME Vice-President -------- ROY EPPERSON Secretary-Treasurer - - - - - - VIRGINIA EDGE MEMBERS Margueritte Denny Mabel Buckley Annie Greer Leonard Sara Nell Linn Julia Aust !rby Turner Robert Hunt Adalee Matheney Thelma Ann Canode Catherine Hamilton Josephine Lampton Anne Sisson Betty Giffin Gaston Hall Frank Mangur Stanley Cook Fred Whitam Martin Case John Fenton Row 1 : Edge, Linn, Matheny, C. O ' Neal Row 2: K. Hamilton, Aust, Leonard, Newsome, Dr. Hamilton Row 3: Denny, Weaver, Turner Row 4: Epperson, Messer One Hundred Forty-Nine Kfl P P fl N Kappa Delta Epsilon recognizes outstanding female students in the field of high school and elementary school education. They will be the future teachers of our future children. OFFICERS President -------- MARGARET LEE INMAN Vice-President ------ MARTHA HALE KITTRELL Recording Secretary -------- BETTYE SMITH Corresponding Secretary - - - - ELIZABETH HARRIS Treasurer ---------- ANNABEL LE CRISLER MEMBERS Mary Joy Hill Ouida Eldrige Louise Burton Patsy Martinson Josephine Lampton Mabeth McCluer Virginia Cavett Virginia Peebles Mary Elizabeth McDaniels Anne Sisson Debora Stevens Cecile Brown Tan McGee Martha Mayo Annie Greer Leonard Mary Sue Smith Mary Dent Deaton Johnnie Webb Jeanne Shields FACULTY ADVISORS Prof, and Mrs. R. R. Havnes Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Deaton, Mayo, Eldridge, Harris, Peebles. Burton, Kittrell, Mrs. Haynes, Prof. Haynes, Inman, Webb. Lampton, Hill, Stevens, Smith, Sisson, Cavett, Martinson, Shields. ! " ; If ' !f f ! f flit f } • ' t% O C ft o c? One Hundred Fifty CHNTEnaURY CLUB The united Episcopalians on the Millsaps Campus are a vital cog in the religious machinery of Millsaps. OFFICERS President ---------- MARY GRANTHAM Vice-President -------- FRANK MANCUM Secretary-Treasurer ------- MYRENE PUNSHON Chaplain -------- CAMPBELL GILLILAND MEMBERS Marie Alford Aspasia Athas Stanley Cook Annie Dunn George Grantham Ray Haddad Betsy Hulen Alice Humphrey Annie Greer Leonard Randy Mansfield Mary Frances McMurray Margaret Ann Plummer Blanche Reed Fred Williams FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Elizabeth Craig Dr. Eb Girvin Row 1: Bircham, Gi 1 1 i land, M. Grantham, Punshon, Mangum, Mansfield. Row 2 B. Grantham, Dunn, Athias, Leonard, Dewees, Rutherford, Dr. Girvin. o One Hundred Fijty-One P P ER S The Toppers, composed of outstanding freshmen and sophomore representatives from each of the social groups on the campus, supply the bulwark of hospitality and entertain- ment to visiting athletic teams and to the annual flood of high school seniors. OFFICERS President ---------- GEORGE JONES Vice-President - MAGRUDER CORBAN Secretary-Treasurer -------- JULIA AUST MEMBERS Jessie Wynn Morgan Joanne Huggins Louis Short Cecile Brown Mona Ree Canode Harvey Moore Sara Nell Linn Jack Dubard Frank Nash Nanette Weaver Louise Hight Billy Robinson Row 1: Morgan, Weaver, Canode, Huggins, Linn, Wilson, Aust. Row 2: Jones, Mathis, Nash, Dubard, Corban, Turner. f Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Smith., Anderson, Denny, Small. Prof. Prince, Dr. Moore, Edmundson, Blakeney, Hall. Prof. Ferguson, Haynes, Aldridge, Reynolds, Cavett. NTERHH IJ 1 I. R. C. is made up of outstanding students in the fields of history and political science. It sponsors a series of open forums during the year on varied timely topics. OFFICERS President ---------- BOB ANDERSON Vice-President -------- SONNYE SMITH Secretary ----------- BEULAH ABEL MEMBERS James Aldridge Jimmy Young Bob Anderson Ouida Eldridge Sonnye Smith Beulah Abel Jimmy Allen Julius Reynolds Van Cavett Eddie Collins Betty Small Robert Havnes Joe Frank Blakeney Gaston Hall Margueritte Denny Peggy Brown Janice Edmondson Dr. R. H. Moore FACULTY ADVISORS Prof. Jack Prince Prof. James Ferguson One Hundred Fifty-Two Seated: Kazar, Allen. Standing: Hancock, Tuniks, Millsaps, Davis, Doggett, McGee, Babington. BtETHnVHH i:lub The Beethovan Club is a musical version of an Honorary. Besides listening to the music of the masters and discussing things musical, they often present excellent programs. OFFICERS President -------- MARY ANN BABINCTON Vice-President ------- ELEANOR MILLSAPS Secretary --------- MARIANNE HANCOCK Treasurer ----------- CALINA TUNIKS Helen Davis Laura Ceil Allen Marianne Hancock Galina Tuniks Marianne Kazar MEMBERS Tan McGee Barbara Myers Eleanor Millsaps Harriet Crisler Aspasia Athas Karolyn Doggett Nona Ewing Bob Blount FACULTY ADVISOR Mrs. J. L. Roberts One Hundred Fifty-Three Row 1: Collins, McMath, Roseberry. Row 2: Pounds, Covington, Whitehouse, Arrington. PS PS! i I II n n b P U L U h i These students of Psychology have joined hands in the Millsaps Psychological Society and have as their main interest the furthering of the study of psychology at Millsaps. OFFICERS President ----- B. F. McMATH Vice-President ------- BARBARA ROSEBERRY Secretary --------- CAROLYN COLLINS Treasurer --------- JIM WHITEHOUSE John T. 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