University of Southern Mississippi - Southerner Yearbook (Hattiesburg, MS)

 - Class of 1927

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He loved the college and gave it his best service and his best thought. He is the author of the idea of the Memorial Station. He thought out and put into execution the plan of elms, live oaks and magnolias. He was a friend whose loyalty was never doubted. His friendship did not lessen because his friend went the way of all the earth and got into trouble. Yes, Arthur V. Hays was a man, and his memory is precious to us all. JOE COOK. 2I Zin illlvmnriam MRS. PEARL TRAVIS Mrs. Travis was a lover of order and beauty, and this love was shown in her daily work. She was always gracious, sympathetic, and willing to help anyone who came to the library. There was no limit to her spirit of service. Mrs. Travis had been librarian at the State Teachers' College since its beginning. The college has never had a more efficient or more faithful of- ficer. She was a friend to everyone, and the mem- ory of her will long be an inspiration and :1 benediction to all who knew her. lil! UaS23CiZH Htl CRW NEKA CAMON, 1927 We HM a tm DHI nlilgbsgcmilt ill! tilt x Faculty T. F. JACKSON Ilmd of Dr-barfznmzt of ,flgrirullurr BS.. Mississippi A. K M, ClJlik'gt'Q MS., Mississippi A. Sc M. G. G. HURST Hvad of Dfpnrlrnfn! of Edumtion B..-X., M.A., Unix'P1'sity of Mississippig Vziliclidatv for Pl1.ll., PL-zilrusly1'0lIPgw, 19213-27. Miss EMILY PEYTON JONES Traflzfr of Edumiion and Sl!-flI'I'Wf507' Dfmon- slrarion SKIIOOI Tig., Pv2'llu,uly f'0llUg'v1 NLA.. T4921C'hul'S' Cullcge, Culumlriu Unix'm'sily. Bliss ALMA HICKNIAAN a. .lflinyf Ilmgi of English Dfpartmfnt B,A.. Ivlississippi Stati- Vulle-gv for XVunwng Ph.B., Ul1iV1'l'HiI3' ul' Vllifsuguz M.A., Columbia I'niw-rsity. Miss NIYRTLE ELIZABETH XViLLiANs .lssixlani in English Drjlarlmrnt ILA., Cil'l'l1ild21 Vollvgeg M,A., Univcr:-:ity ot' Cziliforniu. Miss Nom. STEVENS Tflllillfl' in Drmonslralion Sflmol B.S., Peabody 22 l1 Umbiqgll ml WWE NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 im nm mngggsgsggn Faculty MRS. ELIZABETH CL'NN1Nc1R1.xM Ilrad of Drparlmfnl of .lrt Gl'2f1ll?ltP 'l'l1rmms Norlnnl Training.: Sf-liunl, IH-- trnit, 1N1im'il.2 Sturln-nt ul' Art, Wnrfl-Rl-lllimit Vul- le-gv, Poalvocily ljnlls-5.5:-, Villllliilllllllil, N:-w Ym'k Bliss XVILLA Boixmx 6' Ilfad of Dfjnarlmfrzl of Grografwlfy B.A., Mississippi Stats- lfwlln-gv lin' NYUHIUHQ MA., i 1 CUlUllliDiEL L'n'x' rsity H. L. RICCLESKEY Ilrad of DI'Plll'flll1'7Il of Ilvaltlz and llygirnf B.S., Uliive-1'sity nf Mississippig M.A., PL-uhmly Collvgu XV. H. Bono Ilvad of Drjiarlrrzmzl of Pllysifal Edufalion B.S., Mississippi A. S M. l'ullL-plc Rllss RIATTIIZ PERRY Plzysifal Edzurzliorz for Ilrfilllfll 13.5, PL-uhuuly Miss IQATE Biwwx , Hrad of llrparfmrzzl nf Ilismry B.S., GC0l'gl" Pvilimdy 4'ulll'g.f1' I'4il' 'rl'll1'llt' , . .. . Columbia Unixursity 23 Clif! Umsgggzn Ill GNWI5 K IH! DH! 1 X35 NEKA CAMON, 1927 ew n 1111 vm mnwgsgaggna rm me , Faculty Miss BERNICE IDAY .-lssislanl Profrssor of History ILA., Mississippi Stats Culli-gc for XVmiis-11 Bliss LQYETTE VVEBB Ilfad of Ilousflzold ,fifty Dl'.bHI'flIlfll! BS., Pcflliucly F0114-gpg M.A., Teal:-hers' Uullvgv Cululiiivia University Miss PEARL CAMPBELL .ilssistant in Ilousvllold .Jrts Dfparlmrnt 13.8, Mississippi Stats Collugie for XV1mii-11 C. E. THOMAS llfad of DI'Plll'flIl!'71f of Mazzual flrls Gradiiutc Stati- TL-zif:liei's' College, Muni-ie. Indiana 4 T. P. SCOTT l'iz'1'-Pr1'sidfnt and Hfad of Dfjbartmrnt of Illathenzalifs B.A., PLL., B.I'., M.A., Uiiivcrsity of Mississippi j. B. GEORGE .lssislant in Mdff1FIlldfil45 and Edumfiozz BS., Stein- Tt'll1'lll'l'S' Volli-gc: M.A., Pezilmrly Volls-ge 24 l1 Hg-Q-QEZQZII Hi! GNW15 NEKA CAIVION, I9Z7 GM IH! UH! lllwgsgclklli ill! III! I Faculty ' O. V. AUSTIN llmd of lJf'AfJlU'Hll1'lll of Srifnn' M.A.. Uiiivi-rsiiy ul' Nlississippi .I. F. XVALKER .-Issislant in Srirzzrr BS., Uiiivursity ol' Mississippi S. C. HALL Ilmd of D1'j7llI'flIll'llf of Sofia! Sfivzzrr' , Uuix'u1'siiy ui' Mississippi: M.A., U1iix'v1'sity ni Nlississilnlii -Iosizif So1,TnRifR Dl'!7lll'flllt'llf of Modvrn Languagr B.S., Staiim- '1'v:u-liors Vullvprm-, l'l2lflit'SIDl,ll'1.L, Mississippi Miss JULIA CL'l7I7lEI3ACK Dil'1'CffH' of Illusiz' DI'-f7!lI'flIlI'llf B.M., Nnrtliwvsts-i'11 Uilix'm'1'sily Miss BLANCHE Loi-ER Tl'lll'fll'I' of Piano 2 S lil! Hagzgqggn U CNW NEKA CAIVION, I9Z7 I nm am vnggtjsgggna A nm vm Faculty O. L. ASHCRAFT llfad of Commercial Dvjrarlmrnl M..-X., University of Iowa, Miss RIARGARET JANE CANODII Tcaclzrr of Violin AUDIE F. FUGITT Director of Band B.S., State Teachers' College, Hattiesburg Mississippi ,Z Miss VELMA TALZNIAIJGE Tfachvr of Voice B.M., Chicago Musical College MIss VIRGINIA CAPERTON Jxsisfanl in Commercial Drjzartrncnl B.S,, Mississippi State College for XVomen MISS ANN M. ROBERTS Librarian M,A., Vanderbilt University 26 ian nina n mi ' "GZ GWWD NEKA CAIVION, 1927 Dm UU! 11115233111 Ill! DUI I OEFICCTS C. YV. YVIJIIDS Secretary MISS CATHERINE RIURRAY Xlssistant Sffreirlry I ws MISS PI.-XRRIET LEFCPI Serretary to Prfsidmt MRS. ANNIE B. Coma Matron Haitifsburg Hall MISS BEEDIE E. SMITH Residrrzt Nursz' MRS. A. E. EAST Szlpwirzirndnzt of Laundry 27 ll! H H GW NEKA CAIVION, I9Z7 exam nm nm mnwggggfggne nm vm 6235 W IWW "' I' Mk'ff1 'f f 1 f-: wfmac-awww-f. . -, . ,V ' ' MISS 'I'.XI.NIIXI7GI3, MISS CANOIJIZ, AND MISS LOPER IN FACULTY RECITAI 28 Il!!! Ilggsgcgxll ml! CNW u v , LV, I f, H . .. , ,,,,,, A . O 0 - L .41 I Ag-H774 A 1 ,1 Jui -5 Y : . -A -'-7 "" 1 :-- wxyx , 1 --. if O : Q " ' n I w , N" I , I Q ,, J Y , - lim F, 7 .2 K Q 6 on Il Uhr 011215525 Y-4 'xr' B gf MR A V V V6 Sk f 2 1 I 2 ZZ", I Z.. L, N , l ,ffl PN J U be Y" 1 D4 l A lutlltll + HH M P 1 262 I, K E by ' I 2 1, 9 Q . r V 1? - ww i n . Q .... ...... ............., 9, l l VM' 'W . ' ' V , f X x Y Q k J. Z ,Q W N N 1 X T 1 , x f K ' X QE X WI' .., n W . ... .. . .... ... Q ....... .,., I ..,,,, Q ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,, , , , ,H,,u, Hn I X I I I I . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I , I NEKA CAMON, l927 'UWESCW1' K 32 N WA QT? Q f Aki i fx E W f v ww W 31 lH UmD:3q25H HCiJ CSWWEZ5 NEKA CAIVION, 1927 vm nnmsgcgg-,na nm om , .ff.C.O'LL ' .ff 5 ,ffl o f f,Zlfaf2f'2'f C' df 19210 5vf6flg L SENIOR, CLASS OFFICERS GCIZASL Goat fi Q7 .f00dJ0i7, L7maL.S. Jac tj, WA. Boacmfw' .Poor Swan, .kczypfi OIL Uizalwcz Zfwrrcz 1' Jzfascowczfa .iapofp O7 32 B1 inn nfl-Qnaffkn mia WWE Ci '-7 N1 ' Cl'liO1' Class M. W. STEEN, HS. . . . Star, Nlississippi SCIENCE At college M. W. has been a very steady, conscientious student, always willing to do more than his share of volunteer work. Never has he been found without a willing spirit of helpfulness to his fellowmen. There is no question as to his success in the field, for he is an all-round, clean-cut S. T. C. man. ETHA KERGOSIEN, HS. . . . . . . Gulfport, Mississippi HISTORY Sherwood Bonner Literary Soi-ietyg Executive Committee Xvorld Affairs Club: Senior Class Historian, '27. Etha was weighed in the halanee but not found wanting: for she has knowledge and a charming personality, seasoned with enough di nit , g y and wit to make her an ideal girl and an envied student. Q l K' 1A,b.9 6I'liO1' Class 'VVOODS D. JOHNSON, HS. . . . . . Sebastopol, Mississippi SCIENCE Prestonian Literary Society, '26, Y. M. C. A., '27, Masonic Club, '27, Field Co- operative Club, '2T. "Chuck," like the other Johnsons from Scott County who preceded him at S. T. C., has emtrged with a. spotless reputation from the temptations of college life. He has an alert mind, high spirits, and excellent poise. "One thing is forever good, and that one thing is success." J. E. DALE, B.S. .... . Hathorne, Nlississippi ENGLISH You have heard of "types," XVell, "Jelly" is as stalwart, well-built, red-blooded a type of Mississippi manhood as you are likely to find. He is conceded to he "the best" on a. football line and is not hy any means "the worst" in the class room. "I have no wife to worry my life, So I paddle my own canoe." CI1iO1' Class ANN11z LEE SEGREST, B.S. . ...... . Hazlchurst, Mississippi MATHEMATICS Sherwood Bonnvr Lita-rary Soi-ietyg Y. XV. K". A., S+-r-rt-tary Bible Class, '25, '2li: Student Council, '20, Vhairman Field Co-opcrzttivo Club, '27, Epworth League, '2T. Though you searvli tht- world ovor, you will not find a more vapzxhlv or lint-r girl than Annie Lev. Sho has won the love, confidenrrc-, and admiration of all her fellow stud'znt:-1. "The longm' you know her the Swevtor she growS. She is ono of those people that is always composed." IXIRS. S. T. HAl,7lJEN, B.S. . . . . . Pittsboro, Mississippi ENGLISH Sherwood Bonne-r llite-1'z11'y Soi-if-typ Y. XV. ". A.: f'h7lil'Illllll Soviztl Se-rx'ir'o Vonn- inittee, '23: B. Y. P. U.: Set-rvtury B. Y. P. U., '22, Studt-nt Council, '22, Vim-- President Blue Ridgt- Club, '27. Mrs. Haddon is a trum- I'rit-nd, an 4-urni-St workvr, end 21 loyal colnpunicn. She has but one hobby, "Sam." "A wish of friendship B11-ndt-d with :L he-art of love: An i-xtravt of goodness 1"l'0Ill the heavens above." it if 29,39 9 , SCI'1iO1' Class R. S. MILLER, B.S. . ..,. . Hattiesburg, ltlississippi HISTORY Platonian Literary Society, '25, '26, '2T: Secretary Platonian Literary Society. '27, Vice-President Platonian Literary Society, '26, Y. M. C. A.: Secretarb' Y- M. C. A., '27, VVorld Affairs Club, '27g Chairman Cheer Leaders, '27, Business Manager Teachers' Follege News, '26, '27, "M" Club, '27g Varsity Basketball. '26, Senior Play, '27g Editor-in-Chief Neka Camon, '27, Although one of the youngest members of the Class of '27, Ray is by no means the least in achievements. As an earnest student, a hard worker, a partaker in every activity of the college, a. loyal friend and companion, Ray is unexcelled. In matters of business he is as serious as a veteran, while in play he lays aside every care and enters into the spirit of it in a whole-hearted and "happy-go-lucky" way. He says "love 'em and leave 'em" is his theory, but the people of Foxworth knows he does not always practice it. ISIRLAH IWILDRED LEVVIS, B.S. .... . Coldwater, Mississippi HISTORY Sherwood Bonner Literary Society, '26, '271 Reportcr Sherwood Bonner Literary Society, 'ilig Secretary Sherwood Bonner Literary Society, '2T3 Y. XV. C. A. Mem- bership Vonnnittee, '24, '25, Student Council, '25, Dramatic Club, '25, '2l5g Glee Cluli, '25, '2lS. XVhile not advertised as such, Mildred is one of the attractions of the S, T. C. campus. She is much too clever to worry over studies, and, in fact, is possessed of a, disposition that docs not permit unrest of mind. "Oh, conqueror of cities, what art thou NVhen compared to this conqueror of hearts?" JA CI1iO1' Class EVELYN RUSH, B.S. . . . . Hattiesburg, Mississippi ENGLISH Nature lavished upon Evelyn tlw run- combination of grace. sint-vrity, patit-mv, and wis- dom. Then lvst the world judge too hastily, the gift was vullr-d with a modest l't-'ll4'1'll1'v l+'orm'1n tl ' 1 1 y tort- IS a. lmf'l'1ing .ight in hm' eye-S, but to tht- ones who know hor intimutuly, it is the light of true purpose, horn of courage and deturmination, "XX'l1atv'vx' lu-tide, A friend is worth the world beside." , . . . . HOMER T.4TE, Bb. . .... . Okolona, llississippi ENGLISH St-i'rc't:1l'y Pre-stoniain I,it1-rnry Sm-it-ty, '251 Prestonizin Uritit-, '253 S4-vrvtary Pr:-stoninn I.itvrnry Sovit-ty, '2Tg Y. M. ". A. Valvinet, '2Tg Businl-ss Managvr Nvlia Hannon, '27, Homer has provml worthy ol' t'Yt'l'Y trust and has lllE'HSUl'C'l1 up to PYf'l'j' staulclarsl set at S. T. C. He is Z1 lvrillizint slush-nt :incl n trut- man in his extrzt-t'urrif:ula duties. In his st-hedulv Honwr is always lust :intl aluty always first. " 'Tis lruttt-1' to lou- ont- little girl lots than lugs of girls little." 5 CI'1iO1' Class v L. T. HINTON, B.S. . .... . Liberty, Nlississippi ENGLISH Prestoniau Literary Sot-ietyg Band, '25, '26, 'ZTQ Campus Sheik, '25g Manager 9 Football Squad, '.. 6. "Peewee," the hutt of a thousand jokes and the author of as many more, is a likable chap, who is equally at home in the vlassroom or hallroom. His perpl-tual optimism, good ohm-er, and ability to make a saxaphone "cry" have won for him a lasting place in the memory of his classmates. SIBYL HOGAN,, B.S. l , Vabinl,-t Y. XV. C. A., l'x'e taken my fun where I'ye found it, And now I must pay for my fun!" HOME SCIENCE Tennis Club, '26, "She is pleasant with all, She is jolly with each, The sl-hool will be fortunate: That gets her to teach." '2lig Home Er-Onnmir-s Club, '26, '2Tg . Oxford, Nlississippi French Club, '25, '26g 31 1., ..,. at ik. 4.1. CI1iO1' Class ANNIE LOUISE D'OL1vE,B.S. . . . . Hattiesburg, lllississippi ENGLISH Annie Louise is an alluring brunette with dark dreamy eyes and a charming smile. She is an excellent student with a fine, noble c-harai-ter. j. C.THORNTON, HS. . . . . . Vaiden, llississippi ENGLISH Vice-President Y. M. P. A., '2'7g S--1-retary Prestonian Literary Soc-iety, '24, '2G: Assistant Editor Ne-ka. Fanion, '27g Auditor Student Body, 'lllig Subscription Manager Student Printz, '27, "Shorty" has won for himself a permanent plnr-e in the hearts of his campus associates. Though small in stature, he has a big' heart. "Lives of great men all remind us NVQ can make our lives s ll' - .um :meg And. departing, leave behind us F .' . ootpiints on the sands of time." CI1i01' C1355 H. L. GILLESPIE, HS. . . . . . Fulton, Nlississippi nxcusn President Platonian Literary So:-iety, '25, Vif-e-President Y. M. C. A., '26g Pres- ident Y. M. C. A., '2lip President Senior Class, '27, XVorld Affairs Club, '27: XVinner of Inter-Society Oratorival Contest, '25g Banfl, '26g "Know Mississippi Bette1"' Train, '26. H. L.. either in spite of or lwevause of the fact that he is a married man, has conimandecl the respect and admiration of far-ulty and students by his exrellont classwork and eflir-ient co-operation in student activities. A business man of integrity, an orator of no mean ability, and an all-around good fellow, is the president of the Senior Class. "I dare do all that may become at man: XVho dares do more is none." THELMA FARRAR, B.S. . . . . Lewisville, Arkansas ENGLISH Dramatic- Club, '2l, '25g Home Erfonomic-s Club, '25, '27g'Mississippian Literary Society, '25, '27g Glee Vluh, '2Tg Class Reporter, '27. Thelma is tall and striking, with the dignity of the seventies, and the modern vharm of the twenties. "To know her is to love her, for she is good as she is fair." 1 wf fy: ,fx X 4 i CIITOI' Class ALMA DAVIS, HS. ..... . Basstield, Rlississippi Encusn Sherwood Bonner Literary Soc-it-ty, '24, '25, '26, '27, Y. XV. C. A., Treasurer B. Y. P. U., '27, Glee Cluh, '24, '25. In Alma are eomhined those qualities of duty, strength, and kindness whieh have won for her a lasting plaee in the hearts of her fellow students. The ideals for which she strives are always the best. All who know her wish for her a happy and prosperous future. "Sincere in thought, honest in aetion, NVith tt heart ever kind and true." S. TRUh'IAN LEWIS, B.S. . ..... . Hattiesburg, llississippi Economics Critic Platonian Literary S01-iety, '24, f'hairman Program Committee Platonian Literary Society, '25, '26, Program Committee Y. M. C. A., '2-l, '25, t"nbinet Y. M. C. A.. '25, '26, Representative of the College nt Students' Ponferenee, '24, Representative of the Pollege at Y. M. CH A. and Y. NV. C. A. Ponferenee, '25, NVorld Affairs Club, '24, President XVorld Affairs Plub, '25, '26, Corresponding Secretary N'Vorld Affairs l'lub, '27, Dramatie Club, '25, Tennis Club, '24, '25, '26, Glee Club, '25, '26, Student Noun:-ll, '25, '26, President Student Body, '27, There must be soinc-thing in rt name, for Truman l'I'rue manl lives up to his. Many fine things might be said of him, of his eourzigre, his sineerity. his ability, and his honor, but, it' one were to try to tell in one word why everybody loves and trusts him, that one word would be nobility. . g ii, Senior Class C. F. DODSON, HS. . . ........ . Steens, illississippi HISTORY Ann Economics Basketball, '24, '25, '26, '27g Football, '27, Platonian Literarv Sor-ietv 'VG' Vice President Platonian Literary Society '25 , 3 Critiv Platonian Literary Society, 'Zfig President Platonian Literary Sm-if-ty, '27: Choriste-r Y. M. C. A., '24, '26, Cab- inet Member Y. M. C. A., '27g Vice-President B. Y. P. U.. '26, Ser-retary and Treasurer Si-nior Class, '27g Advertising Manager Ni-ka Camon, '27, College Quartette, '26, Band, '2ii. If Lowndes County sends no other man to S. T. C., she will have done her duty by send- ing to us one man of Dodson's r-haract ' f ' ' ' ei and ability. Clinton, an enthusiastic athlete, is the proud owner of four letters in basketball. AVA TIDWELL B.S. , . . ...... . Union, Mississippi HOME ECONOMICS Mississippian Literary Sur-iety, '27, Home Economics Club, '27, Glee Club, '2G. A girl who can make a sum-ess of her college life, who can win friends with one s 'l who can even sew and cook as well 1 ' ' ' mi e, as a homt economics maJor-Who could this be but Ava? Always smiling, always gay, Thz.t's Ava, every day. i A x SCI1iO1' Class DOROTHY EARLE GRIAIBIETT, B.S ...... . Piave, Mississippi HOME ECONOMICS Shvrwoocl Bonner Literary Sovivtyg Y. XY. lf. A.: Home Ecunoinivs Club, '27. NVQ are grateful to Louisiana for st-ndiiu.-5 us this lovable girl. A rare combination of wit, sense, stability, optimism, and loyalty is "1.Iot." OTTIS VVAITES, B.S. .......... . . . . Louin, llississippi ENGLISH AND MODERN LANGUAGE Basketball, '22, '23, '24, Basuliall, '22, '23, '24, '26, Football, '23, '25, '2Tg l'r4-s- ident Jasper County l'lulv, '23, x7il'l'-1,l'l'Sillt'llt l'0lllIll1'l".'8 Club, '23, Band, '23 . , ,- 24, ll. "Al" is a h'1nr fully that neither is ever sliglited. That explains his popularity with lnoth favulty and s As 1 '. . lsonw, vourtf-ous, frioiuily chap, who 1-niiihim-s work and plvasurt- Su skil- tu- faj- 72221 . I , dt-nts, as well as thv ease with whit-h hs- 1-harins uni- ol' our most atti'ar'tix'o vo-eds. 10 was to his coinradcs on this g'i'itlii'on, so ht- is to his St'h00llllilif'S, always thi- "Raine Old Al." "If it bc a guntlvinan and a frit-ntl yu set-lc, yu have found him." S6I'liOI' Class A. T. RLCHEY, B.S. . . . . . Way11esbo1'o, Nlississippi ENGLISH "All A" List, First Quarter, '27g Honor Roll, '20, '26, '27, For many years Richey served as one of Mississippi's faithful teachers t X . ., S ruggling under adverse conditions. The establishment of the Mississippi Normal College in 1912 gave him a vision of greater usefulness and a conviction that "the old order changeth yieldin 1 . , E D ace to new. He has never failed' to make the honor roll, and for the first quarter of '27, his name was on the "All A" list. VVith his B.S. in sight he is now dreaming of an M.A. from "Ole Miss" or Peabody. INEZ W1LKERsoN B.S , ........ . ..... Daleville, Mississiplai Basltetiuall, '24,"27: Sevretary of Mississippian Literary Soeiet '25' P ' y, , resident Mississippian Literary Soviety, '27g B. Y. P. U.g S. T. C. Band, '25g President Home Economics Club, '27g Vice-President Sophomore Class, '25g Student Coun- cil, '27, XYhat's the matter with "Re-d"? She's all right. VVho says so? XVe all say so. By the way, doe-sn't she play ball? VVell, 1'll say sol "The best of sports, the truest of friends, 'Red' is the kind that always wins." f GF! CI'liO1' Class .ALICE REBECCA ELLIS, B.S. . . . . West Point, Mississippi HISTORY Cabinet Y. NV. V. A., '2'Tg Studi-ntl Counvil, 'Zig Sw,-1'ctu1'y and TVL-zxsn1'ur XX'oi-ld Affairs Club, '2T. Ready for work. ready for fun, rvady for life-that's Ali:-Q. Sho shows how fini- and dc- pendablu human nature may be. Thuru are girls and girls, but only one "Alien-.'i VV. A. BEELAND, HS. ..... . Scbastopol, Rlississippi izCoNoM1cs I'l'l'Sl0lliilll Liti-Vary Suciif-tyg Y. M. C. A.: Poet Ss-niur Class. Bovlzuld-al man among mvn and a giant among woml-n-has by his Conga-ninlity and vaudeville comin-s emlonrecl himsc-lf in thv liearts ot' ull. His sur-cess is doubtless duo to his goldvn maxim: ".-Xlturas alvanzo y izuunlavtoi' lun' granclvs hombres no se ganaron ensequidug pcro vllos, mentras dnrmiun sus l'0IIlllilll6l'U.5 pasadron las noches lafrzmnclol' 'J I, : ,z Nfl 1 - qi? ,l .45 CI'll.O1' C1855 f3RACE LEw1s,l3.S. . . . . . Hattiesburg, lllississippi ENGLISH Slierwood B0lllll'l' Lita-Vary Sovietyg President S, T. C. Epworth Leagueg XVorld Affairs Club, '27. Grave is one of tliost- rare 1,-llarua-tc-rs known as il Uswee-t girl." XYitl1 hc-I' ready laugh at triflos and her quit-lc appn-1-iatioii ol' what in-ally matters in school life, she is better than ll tonif-. Gl'Zll,'L' has quietly been a big Success at S. T. C. "To thoso who know thee not, no words c-an paint! Anal those who know thee, know ull words are faint!" BESS VINSON, B.S. ....... . Puckett, -llffississippi Home ECONOMICS Mississippian Literary Soi-ietyg XVorld Affairs Fluh, '26, '27, Home Evonomic-s Vlub, '2l3. '27, Studi-nt voumgil, '27, Bl-ss is a quiet young lady who has at-qiiired lvoth love- and fl'll'IlilSl'llD at S. T. C. Her poliwy ol' si-rvivo insures he-1' :1 plawe in tht' lives of niunyg her charming manner and ador- ullle disposition ussurt- he-1' u plur-e in the lu-arts of ull. "Give to the world the In-St that you have, And the best will come back to you." W Senior Class Duffee llifississippi MRS. F. M. BEEMON, HS. ...... . , HOME ECONOMICS Household duties have not kopt Mrs. Be-vmon from lwim: an cxcollvnt studout. Sho is always at her post ol' duty with a smile. In her vollegi- work sho nmjorod in llome Evo- numics, but she says that she has 21 real major and minor nt homo. "A pc-rf:-ct woman nobly plannod, To lovin to romfnrt :ind 4'4llllll12'1lltl." ELIZABETH SELBY, B.S. . . . Meridian, Mississippi ENGLISH "All A" List Fivv Quartersg Y. XV. C. A. "And still the-y gazed, and still the wondvr grew, That one Small head 4-ould czu'1'yall she know." JN if ll if enior Class ETHEL C00 ' B k,.S.. ENGLISH Sherwood Bonner Literary Societyg Y. NV C A C l C. A, Fabinet '21' T Crystal Springs, Nlississippi . N. . .aiine-t, '21g Treasurer Y. NV. , , , reasurer Y. XV L' A '99 T Y. VV C A "'T S . . ., ..-Q Lndergraduate Representative . . ., - 5 tudent Council, '21p WVorld Affairs Club, '27, Treasurer Senior Class, '27, Ethel is not only a fine "Cook," but she is a quiet, modest, and lovable girl, whose gen- erous nature and nohle deeds make glad the world about hor. "She hath a heart to r-om-Ji '- ' L xi, an understanding to direct, a tongue to persuade, and hands to execute." HESTER SHARBOROUGH, B.S ..... . . . . . . Biloxi, Mississippi Y. YV. C. A.: Epworth League: YVr-rid Affairs Club: Vice-President Senior Class, '27: Critic of "Student Printz," '27. XVe are still wondering about Hester. XVe do not know what she is going to do, or when she is going to do it, or whether she is going to do at all. Neither does she. "She would talk t o a stone Or to th e grass blade by itg I , . wonder where she's gone If the Lord loves quiet." Al l f 6I'liO1' Class Braxton llississippi AQUA GRAY, B.S. .... . . , ENGLISH "To thine own se-lf lm true, And it must follow, us the night the day, Thou canst not then ln- false- to any man." L. S. NIONTGOMERY, HS. . ..-. . Summit, llississippi E NGLISH '26, 'ZZT1 Y. M. P. A. Fallim-t, '2fig Sovro- Prvsident Prvstoninn Literary Soc-ioiy. tary and Tl'l1Z1SUF3I' Masonim- Clnh, '26, d rfoml out of Qunm1it" "Mont" h'w nivswvred in the affirnmtivv. PIP Can anything goo ' . . .. . is a good pal a conivientious studc-nt. and a rl-al man. He has ideals born of moral vision, and dares toyfight for the rf-nlization nl thvsa- irll-als. He sms that without a strugglv tlwre is no victory. inf. - W fi we SCIIIOI' Class NIAGGIE KIAI2 ELLINGTON, B.S. ..... . NIC!-Xdams, Nlississippi ENGLISH Y. XV. C. A.: Shorwnod B0lll1t'l' Literary S04-ielyg B. Y. P. U. "Studious, true, lovable, and kind, A more earnest friend you'll mrvor find." NIAMIECALLENDER,B.S. . . . . . . Brookhaven, Mississippi ENGLISH Y. XV. C. A.g Membership twommittee Y. XV. C. A.. '2'7: Sherwood Bonner Literary Society. "Mamie up-to-date-she surely must be, For her name is Callender, it seems to meg Through every day she is sincere, kind and true, Always ready in her calm, quiet way, To lighten a burden as she goes on her way." x lxgfi ll 'ff' 7. CIIIOI' C1855 CJNEITA NUTT,B.S. . . . . . Enterprise, llississippi ENGLISH President Mississippian Literary Soeiety, '25g President Sub-l'al1inet, '25g Chair- man Devotional Committee, '26g President Y. XV. t'. A., '2T: Blue Ridge Dele- gate, '25g XVorld Affairs Club, '26, '2Tg Sec-rc-tary B. S. l'., '27, To our Oneita Abraham dedicated his faith, Joh his patient-0, and Athi-nv her spirit ol' gentleness and purity. "She lives in all hearts, for all of us know, The earth has never borne a nobler." SIDNEY ORBREY HERRINGTCJN, B.S ....... . Moss, Mississippi SCIENCE AND MA'I'HEMA'I'ICS Prestonian Literawv Sorfii-ty: r'l'l'SiCll'llf Jasper Vounty l'lnb, '2T. "S, O." slipped in as a summer student in 1920. NVith thi- '27 session for zi finishing touvh, he believes that sunirnvr theory: and winter 1'll'iU'fif'P is ei good vombinntion, Sinu- he is one of the few whose grades are above- the "Sli" inzirk, ln has 4-:irried "Jasper's" spirit of holding high the banner until vim-tory is won. xga NEKA CAMGN, l9Z7 6534 1 nm nm nnggggcmnf nm vm i Senior Class History Seniors! Elections Non-suhmission Independence oV9l'WOI'li Renascence Celebration Laclcadaisical Animation scholars-select separation Class f '27 A loyal hand of comrades we, VVho've worked and played together Through four fleet years of youthful prime, In fair and cloudy weather. VVe've cheered each other through the days, VVhen life seemed dull and work seemed vain, And now that parting time has come, VVe hope some day to meet again. For now, instead of one safe road, Vllith everywhere a faithful guide, Vlle see a million thoroughfares, All enchanted, crowded, wide. On the way we tread alone, our paths May' often cross, may sometimes meet. lf so he, with ardent friendship Gladly we'll one another greet. Years hehind us, warmly glowing, Glamored lie in mem'ry haze, Ever stronger, fairer glowing, Through the weavings of the days. Gleaming cloth of black and gold Vlleft and warp of life's design, This we wove of toil and pleasure, Clean and sparkling, pure and line. iii! HSEEZQZH Illili GWW25 NEKA CAIVIGN, l9Z7 4 nm vm anmjggaggnf im sm t lass Prophecy DESPAIRED of this class prophecy and even injured my health to such an extent cw that Miss Beedie ordered me to the Mississippi coast for a rest. There one moonlight night as I paced the porch of the Yacht Club, I saw a host of lcikigl schooners approaching in a single line as far as I could see. And lol As the first if approached within a few yards of my position, a lone, ghastly figure opened his hand and a scrap of paper came as if by magic and settled at my feet. HW' As I stooped to pick it up, the second ship drew near with a similar figure on board, who did exactly as the first. Even as I counted, sixty-one vessels came and left, leaving a white shower at my feet. I picked them up one by one, and found the following messages: I knew Alice Ellis was just blufling when she said she hated men. She has forgotten all her S. T. C. experiences and lets her husband come late to breakfast and drop cigarette ashes in his plate while she feeds oatmeal to her pet dog. O. Brewer is the campaign manager for Andy Gump in the coming presidential election. Hester Sharbrough is now regarded as an angel of Manhattan. She founded a home for orphans and is adored by all the little children, whom only she can make supremely happy. Eva Fulmer is athletic director at M. S. C. VV. H. L. Gillespie finished all work for his Ph.I7. except his dissertation, and then decided that he would take an offer of Saunders Chain Groceries as manager of the company, and now he is hale, happy, and healthy. Ada Gray' is the star performer of the Redpath Chatauqua. She drew tears from bl. J. Darby last week when she recited f'Little Boy Blue." Tula Brassfield is the head librarian at Cornell Vniversity. "Jelly" Dale is making his millions, giving dancing lessons ovei' the radio. Annie Louise lT0live, editor of the Poetrv Magazine, received much praise and favorable comment lately for her famous painting entitled "Imagination." VVell, A. B. Blackwell is not a bachelor after all, and say-his little wife is a peach! Thelma Farrar, now known as "Rose Lilv Slipper," is iust completing her latest film, "Lilac Love." Miss Slipper herself declares that this is decidedly her best play. VVatch your town theater for announcements. Bishop Beeland, who delivered the baccalaureate sermon at S. T. C. in 1029, made an old- timer faint when he spoke of the quiet. studious four years he spent on the old campus. Mrs. C. C. Barefoot is enioving life since Mr. Barefoot is a real congressman, but she is not too stuck up to know her old friends. I. bl. Darby is private advisor to the president of Nicaragua, and, by the way, he keeps the radicals quiet. Too bad he could not have been there in 1926-27. Florence Corban is one of the designers in the dress department of Ii. Altman and Company. C. VV. Fdgeworth, after his notable struggle for a degree at S. T. C.. does not teach after all. but plays society' at Hampton Roads. Iersey Citv, and Boston on his 321.000 annual income, which he receives from his deceased uncle, former president of the famous Edgeworth Tobacco Company. Mr. H. H. Pond, our present Forrest County superintendent of education is doing his best to put over the ideas he obtained from hard work under the direction of Miss jones and Mr. Hurst. H. F. Benson, our unsquelchable orator, has at last found his ideal outlet. "Now. keep your eyes open. kids, and listen to papa," he exclaims in burning language as he tells bedtime stories to the children. Nollie Felts and "Al" VVaites have won fame among the world athletes. bl. C. Thornton is head of the English department at Columbia I'niversity. He is recognized as one of the most brilliant men of his day. VVhen last I saw Elizabeth Selby and Katie Mae Triplett, they were surrounded by a group ss M im niiifisa n ni: NEKA CAIVIGN, 1927 im vm ililxgsgsggilt tm tm of little children. They called them "My little clears," but they really belonged to many different parents in Hattiesburg, who send them to their kindergarten. A. T. Richey, one of the married members of the Class of 727, was readingl a magazine re- view of his famous sermon entitled, Ujiggs, the Greatest Martyr," in which he had given reasons for a hen-pecked husband's assurance of Heaven. Ava Tidwell and Alma Davis, who were always talented in the use of scissors and pat- terns, are designers for the National Cloak and Suit Company, and in their spare time do similar work for Sears, Roebuck and Company. The Democratic election looks funny for 1939. Ed Scott, the dry nominee, is splitting votes with Truman Lewis, the pride of the wets. Look out for the dark horse. VVhat's wrong with this picture? I.. S. Montgomery is now principal of the S. T. C. Practice School. Miss Mildred Lewis is writing her new novel entitled, "Tamed Souls." You remember her "Kisses of Death" won the Pulitzer prize last year. Etha Kergosien tears her hair daily as the head of the history department at "Ole Miss." VVatch Etha rise. She never sleeps on her job-nothing in a name. Avis Lee still chauffeurs for Miss Bolton and runs the Records Ofhce. Her record not so bad, either. Peewee Hinton still toots a saxophone, but he owns one now. Dodson, who is singing in grand opera, is grand in "Bass" singing. Sibyl Hogan and Mary Lou Bass' beauty parlor is the most famous in the city of Hattiesburg. Evelyn Rush is on the concert stage with Madamey Galli-Curci. Congratulations, Evelyn. Ethel Cook and Elizabeth Anding are social secretaries for Evelyn and Madame Galli-Curci. B. F. Ferguson tired of married life and divorced his wife. He is now editor of "Snappy Stories." Since Mrs. Hadden and Mamie Callender became weary of this school business, they are both practicing the home science courses they took. S. O. Herrington, a rising lawyer, has won more divorce cases this year in favor of the divorcees than any other lawyer. He won Gladys jacob! third divorce suit last month, and Gladys is looking happy again. Ray Miller successfully lectures on Riley and Guest at universities all over the country. Homer Tate remarks that "It takes a heap o'l livin' in a house to make it home," but Ray gets by famously with "An Old Sweetheart of Mine." Tate has forgiven him though, since he is editor of the New York Tribune and has a new girl that suits him better. D. J. Kendrick and VVoods D. Johnson, after having tried several jobs, have at last found their calling. They have settled in a little cabin in the mountains and are running a large still. It is reported that they have laid up a considerable roll. Grace Lewis is married. I have forgotten her husband's name, but that does not matter- she is boss anyway. Oneita Nutt has made a wonderful success doing missionary work in India. Dorothy Grimmett and Thelma Ford finally decided to change their names, and they are happy, too. VVinnie Davis Roberts and Inez VVilkerson are co-workers and partners in the Fuller Brush Company and Galloping Golf Balls. C. J. Darby has been a great success as an educator. Jessie Lee Coursey is the darling of thc Greenwich Follies. Her foot does twinkle naughtily. As I read the last message, I sighed and beheld the line of vessels painted against the horizon. XVhen I realized thatI was surrounded by people, I turned to a bystander and remarked, "Those ships, aren't they unusual?" He looked in the direction which I indicated and laughing, said: "Oh, those are shrimp boats, there are gobs of them around here." 5+ M :ln nike I1 ni: NEKA CAIVION, 1927 1114 iilmijggcrgfilllt D111 QQ, V Q E jf x Xfwf S Q IFE' ' QN ' 5 1 iJZI H H UiJ NEKA CAIVION, 1927 1 1111 vm nilwgsgggglila 1111 III! JUNIOR HQQQTDEEFF CLJAQ S EYSEWSEELTSEQ? .OFFICERS OLIVER W PHILLIPS TREASURER ELOISE CHATHAPT REPORTER 'ALBERTA JAMES-SECRETARY 6 S Kill H H4iJ GW unior Class GERTRUDE PHILLIPS CATTMAN, MISSISSIPPI Mississippian Literary Soc-ittyg Music- Commit- tee, '2Gg Chairman Music- Committee Mississip- pian Literary Society, '27, Reporter of Monroe County Club. With her charming personality she wins friends and keeps them. She is faithful, kind, and persevering, one to whom "Daddy joe" pays tribute-a royal, second-mile girl. LYDA DAUGHDRILL HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Sherwood Bonner Literary Soc-ietyg Forrest County Club. "To any dass, of any kind, Sl1e'd be an acquiszlzong Sl1f's amiable to everyone- It'.r just her disposition." MARGARET ELLIS OCEAN SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI "Sl1e's extremely fonscientious, And -wllfn fllPfP,5 work to do If Illargarei has a hand in it Sl1e'5 sure io put it through." GERTRUDE A. GARDNER UNION, MISSISSIPPI Gertrude is an eager, progressive student with high ideals, gentle manners, and a readiness to co-operate in everything that is good. Q '74 . , wifi 'Sis . R 55. 1 : . ..-si' UIITOI' Class GLADYS WALDROP NEWTON, MISSISSIPPI Sherwood Bonner Literary Society, '26, '27g Y. NV. C. A.: Eastern Star Club, Social Committee Junior Class, '27, G-lee Club, '27, The friendly and unselfish manner of Gladys has won her many friends. "Far may 'we seek before fwe fnd fl girl so gentle and so kind." A. L. NIX HAMILTON, Mlssissipvr Chorister of Platonian Literary Society, '26, Chaplain Platonian Literary Society. '27g Y. M. C. A.: Varsity Basketball, '25, '27vg Varsity Football, '26g Monroe County Club, '25, '27: Vice-President Freshman Class, '25g Vit-e-Pres- ident B. Y. P. U.. '26, His nerve and determination on the athletic Held, and his scholastic ability have made him a leader at S. T. C. "He holds no parley fwitlz unmanly ffarsp llfhere duty bids, he confdently steers." CAROLINE ADAIWS WORTHINGTON LEOTA LANDING, MISSISSIPPI Mississippian Literary Society, '26, '27, French Club, '2lig Glee Club, '26. Caroline hails from "The Delta." During the two years that she has been with us she has proved herself to be a diligent and faith- ful student. Caroline is an attractive girl. Although somewhat reserved, she delights in merrymaking. Her modest and dignified manner commands respect. MARY MILLER FLORENCE, MISSISSIPPI Sherwood Bonner Literary Society, '25, '26g Y. XV. C. A.p Social Committee Junior Class, '27, "Charm sirikes the sight, but merit fwins the soul." unior Class IYIILDRED CAT0 STAFFORD VOSSBURG, MISSISSIPPI Sherwood Bonner Literary Society, '24, '25, '271 Mississippian Literary Society, '263 Y. W. C' .A.: Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, '26: Studi-nt Noun:-il, '26, '27, Eastern Star Club, '24, '25: Assistant Ath- letic Editor Nt-ka Eamon, ':37. "l11're'5 a sigh to lhosr' who lofvr mf, .flnd a smile I0 tllosr -who l1a!f,' find fwllalrfurr 5ky's abofuv mf, Ilfrris a lzfart for awry fair." J. H. MARTIN QUITMAN, WISSISSIPPI Partly because of his resemblance to the news- paper comedian, but more because of his quiet wit and smiling geniality, J. H. is known to the campus as "Abe." A man of his word, loyal to his duty, and a bulwark of knowledge is our friend "Abe," MILDRED HILL MASI-I ULAVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Such kindness, cheerfulness, and good will as Mildred possesses command the highest com- mendation from all. "To be. no! Io be wen." EDU115 PETERS M ASH ULAVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Eddie's pleasing personality has won for her a host of friends among students and faculty. In her classwork she is a consistent and de- pendable student. "Life is not a goblet' to be drairml, Izul a measure to bf filled." lr ar! Q l1l'I101' Class EVA MAE INGRAM LOUISVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Reporter Mississippian Literary Society, 'Elly Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, '27g Vice-President French Club, '263 Blue Ridge Delegate, '26g Vice-Pres- ident Junior Class, '27g Baud, '27. Tis her privilege to lead from joy to joyp for she can so inform 'Ilhe mznd that is fwzfhzn us,' so imjrress lV1th quietness and beauty: so feed lV1th lofty thoughts that ne1ther efvil tongues Nor all the dreary zntercourse of daily life Shall e'er prefvazl against us." FLYNT ROBINSON MARIETTA, MISSISSIPPI "Greater men than I 1nay hafue lifved but I do not believe it." OLA N EEL LEAKESVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Mississippian Literary Societyg Y. XV. C. A.: Glee Club, '23, '25. VVe prophesy for Ola a bright and happy future. With her a thing is never merely done, but well done. Her smiles and words of cheer will make life's pathway easier to travel. "The elefvator lo success is 'not running,- Take the stairs." J. M. TUBB ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI In the great concourse of men that have come from Monroe County, very few have been equal and none have been the superior of "Jack," Though small in stature, he has proved himself to be a man of astounding mental capacity. Jack, who is a married man with Eve years teaching experience, is one of the most friendly students on the campus. llI'lIO1' Class GLADYS ETOILE TURRITTIN ACKERMAN, MISSISSIPPI Pr:-siflrnt Mississippian Literary Society, '26, Y. XV. C. A.: Glen- Club, '25, '26, '27: t'oll1-Liv Band, '25, '26, '27, Know Mississippi Br-tta-1' Train, '2Iig XVorld Affairs Club, '26, '27. Gladys' sunny disposition, intellectual ability, and lovable nature make her an ideal girl. ALLIE MAE ISIEITH HOLLANDALE, MISSISSIPPI Allie Mae is a level-headed young lady who is inclined to the pursuit of mathematics and subjects of like difficulty. She is one of the elite who makes A's under Mr. Scott. "True merit has no limiIation.v." Mas. LULU JAMES THoMAs PIAVE, MISSISSIPPI Sherwood Bonner Literary Society, Y. XV. C. A.: Glee Clubg French Club: Home Economics Club, Eastern Star Club: Tennis Club. A girl who is always gentle and gracious, who can make a success of her college life, who can win friends, who is competent, who has a serious mind-who could this be but Lulu? y IVIARY CALDXVELL SHERMAN, MISSISSIPPI "Soma may ha-'ve marc fun than sllv, Bur more content Ihry cannot br, Sln' has friends almost f'fvrryfwl1n'1', lfflfo think of her with lofving tara." , Emi., If .Q 454 5. ,vias -ff.. . . ' :vs sg H f S35-i: "?ii if " " 1-HU' 3 'J ru 'I v .. Q---4-wg. . fair., if' 3, ..,A,E.,f1 5 iff , ', M 'I 4 I rj, - LIIIIOI' Class MRS. H. H. BOND HATTIESBURC, MISSISSIPPI Mrs. Bond possesses all those qualities which make a loyal friend, an earnest student, and a genial companion. She has a smile and a friendly word for everyone. She is enthus- iastic whether engaged in work or play. "lVhatc1vfr is fworih doing is fwortlz doing fwell." HELEN KERVIN COLUMBIA, MISSISSIPPI Glee Club: Y. XV. C. A., Sherwood Bonner Lit- erary Society. "Of the Past-Mindfulp Of the Presfnt-Hecdfulg Of the Future-Hopeful." GRACE N EWELL PONTOTOC, MISSISSIPPI Y. YV. C. A., '25, '26, '27, Glee Club, '25, 'ZGL Tennis Club, '25. "Camo, gay, Romantic, rejfned, .-lrtistic, athletic, Comforting, co1npaJ.vionafc', Earnest, rnthusiasficf' GLADYS M. GARDNER UNION, MISSISSIPPI Y. XV. C. A.g Mississippian Literary Society. "Rare compound of quality, noblr and lruc, IVill1 plenty of sense and good humor, too." NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 km 111 nngggsggggnc A W w ,1 1' f PQ Q if 63 iJnc :nND'r::gnc Jnia GW NEKA CAIVION, l927 vm nn: mnggijggfamnl am vm Gaz, :lid IZIZQ 657116 ,Coal Zdj6 .Jizz 3127 frasidaat f 1 'Vice Nffw. .maiyarcc Zfowzg Sicc Zy H :7rea,.s, SQPH CLASS OFFICERS QMORE Ednalozq .Bullock myszcmn El gffbrd Jackson .Miss .Mattie fazmv v .fiaporrer Spozz, :or 64 M Qian niignagkn nc-.11 GWWJ NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 6334 Im FIU vngggsggggna vm vm I Sophomore Class HAZEL BARNARD Nn'I"I'I.P'I4oN, MISSISSIPPI EDVVARD HITLETT IIA'I'1'IESIzuRc, MISSISSIPPI VELMA DILLWORTH RIENZI, MISSISSIPPI FLORENCE WATERS BIzN'I'oN, MISSISSIPPI EDNA LOIS BULLOCK PoPI,ARvII,I.I2, MISSISSIPPI EUGENIA LOUGHRIDGE RILOXI, MISSISSIPPI H. H. HANNA KOSCIUSKO, MISSISSIPPI EF FI E COATS PLLISVILLS, MISSISSIPPI GLYN HICKMAN COVINCTON, LOUISIANA L. G. PI-IILLIPS DPUNIS, MISSISSIPPI MARY MARGARET YOUNG VVEST POINT, MISSISSIPPI THORNE HOOD HA'l"l'IESBURC, MISSISSIPPI VELMA THOMAS HEIDLEBURC, MISSISSIPPI 65 N X ill! Has: 3235 Hi! GNWZ5 NEKA CAIVION, l927 C III! ,LII Sophomore Class MARY JAMES STATE LINE, MISSISSIPPI J. C. JACKSON NEVV ORLEANS, LOUISIANA PAVLINE PIERCE LEXINGTON, MISSISSIPPI MARGARET MASON MERIIIIAN, MISSISSIPPI BEATRICE EARNHEART HERNANDO, MISSISSIPPI ALMA BERRY Nuw HEBRON, MISSISSIPPI MAYSEL HOLMQUEST AMORY, MISSISSIPPI O. A. MCNEIL PHILADELPHIA, MISSISSIPPI VVILMA SMITH LAUREL, MISSISSIPPI BETTIE MONTGOMERY CENTREVILLE, MISSISSIPPI OLGA CAMPBELL IIUCK I-IILL, MISSISSIPPI LOLLIE CALHOUN PORT GIBSON, MISSISSIPPI l1 W3 cw Ill R55 n am NEKAu:?5ggglGZl1j, 1927 an 11 ew? Q y 'T 55x C9 59' PW 9 fl KW? E 4 67 iJU UmDs3QgH U C3525 NEKA CAIVION, I9Z7 :ng vm ' vngggggggnf nm vm v ch Worm .ffibrrzregtorc ..71fLa, rclm, YIQYLCCSJIZUOTC .Pizpsndcmz 'Vice -Jams. MAN SH PREM OlF3FlICCJER,SA, Gzafa .mycnv 6. M2 Elmzon L-520 721. Uranus. G. ff .Russell JlZi.s'.f.7lZa13za,rcz dame Kanada ' gflfsparzcr Csyaomsor 68 P1 in nwgnaqkn min WWE NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 1114 DHI Elms GRE! JE! ill! I F1'6Sl'1I'I'l3I'l Class EIYNICE FLEMING VARIIAMAN, MISSISSIPPI ESTHER QITINN NEW IIEIIRON, MISSISSIPPI JESSIE ELIZABETH SEGREST PEYTON, MISSISSIPPI MOLLYE MITCHELL AMORY, MISSISSIPPI C. VV. SPIGENER VANCE, MISSISSIPPI LOUISE MANGI'M MAGEE, MISSISSIPPI BESS HAMLIN TCIIULA, MISSISSIPPI MYRTLE FAIRCHILD II ATTIECB UPG, MISSISSIPPI RUBY TAYLOR cRI'S'I'AL SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI OLA KERSH NEW AUGUSTA, MISSISSIPPI E. VV. CLINTON IIAIIIESIIURG, MISSISSIPPI BESSIE HARRIS HAZLPIIUIISI, MISSISSIPPI JIMMIE CALDWELL SHERMAN, MISSISSIPPI VERMELLE JOHNSON IIA'r'I'IPSnURc, MISSISSIPPI LUCY JONES SYLVARENA, MISSISSIPPI 69 P1 ein nisagwn min GNWI5 NEKA CAMON, I927 Im- Im :niggas-gnu Inn VIII FYCSIITHQH Class BONNIE LEE CARTER HATTIESEURG, MISSISSIPPI A. D. ROGERS COLLINS, MISSISSIPPI MILDRED DENT NEWTON, MISSISSIPPI VV. D. BREWER RICHTON, MISSISSIPPI MARY AGNES SULLIVAN SHUGUALAK, MISSISSIPPI LENA CARLISLE SYLVARENA, MISSISSIPPI MARY VVORTHINGTON LESIA LANDING, MISSISSIPPI HAZEL DICKERSON RIPLEY, MISSISSIPPI FANNIE SEGREST PEYTON, MISSISSIPPI OLA LEE BOATNER CENTREVILLE, MISSISSIPPI JAMES ARRINGTON COLLINS, MISSISSIPPI EITNICE COLBERT wES'I' POINT, MISSISSIPPI L. L. MAGERS BALDVVIN, MISSISSIPPI MARTHA FRANCES MOORE IIA'l"l'lESBURG, MISSISSIPPI MABLE BROWN ZAMA, MISSISSIPPI 70 fl!!! lI GWR NEKA CAIVION l927 Ina mx 1 F1'CShI'l'18.I'1 Class RUTH ANDERSONG UTICA, MISSISSIPPI M. B. HENSARLIN IIA'r'I'IESBuRc, MISSISSIPPI DE MAURICE GRIMMETT PIAVE, MISSISSIPPI CLARA MYERS NEVV AUGUSTA, MISSISSIPPI BERYL BARNES PEYTON, MISSISSIPPI AVIS EUBANKS STALLO, MISSISSIPPI VV. VV. MILLS RICHTON, MISSISSIPPI LELA BELLE MASHBURN BOLTON, MISSISSIPPI ERLINE HAMLIN WEST POINT, MISSISSIPPI RUTH BVRT CRYSTAL SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI MILDRED HULL BSLZONI, MISSISSIPPI GLEN RUSSELL HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI MRS. H. L. GILLESPIE FULTON, MISSISSIPPI DELIA MCCRORY NEWTON, MISSISSIPPI VVILMA BOURNE OAKVALS, MISSISSIPPI im as Q95 HZ NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 C 1111 DHI DHWQSSCFHI IH! DH! -A Freshman Class ETOYLE BOOTH GUN'I'0wN, MISSISSIPPI LITLA VVILLIAMS CUI,PP0RT, MISSISSIPPI VIRGIE MAE FLEETVVOOD MASHUI.AvILI.Iz, MISSISSIPPI ELIZABETH GALE NIMOCKS CLYDE, MISSISSIPPI RUTH IRENE PIERCE LISXINGTON, MISSISSIPPI MAMIE CLYDE ALIS SATI2SvII.LIz, MISSISSIPPI ELIA ADAMS IIERMA, MISSISSIPPI ,IENNIE LOU KEY nu KALB, MISSISSIPPI BESSIE DAVIS CLARA, MISSISSIPPI MAE SPILLMAN ALICE, LOUISIANA MRS. L. G. PHILLIPS DEUNIS, MISSISSIPPI Ill! UWQESGEH Htl CNW ' I :Q annnsnsanoa n onnnnoua .nnunu ooooo I polo' UOI' Tun vrooaoooa . .noses . iiylfi. . - i... .... ..'... .... .0 ...... ....... ...L. ..... ..... .... I a O 0 O U O - of P 0 : I NK Z " 'J Q' :J 1 Q cw 0 QQQ 'Nf' I X M 3 v a 5 0 5 fx ca ."" H '0ll"llooo:aoooo00 1oon1oao.onaacao,on oo.0usooooo0r0csns0 gash . 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FIaL'I'S, Quarter glllvrnate Captain "Fuzz" IIA'I"I'II5SBURG, MISSISSIPPI Four Letters A. T. GUI,LE'I"I', Ilalfbafle Captain MCLAURIN, MISSISSIPPI Two Letters WALTISR CONNIER, End "IvIiIee" HATTIIESBUIIG, MISSISSIPPI Two Letters II an QAM IIICiJ NEKA CAIVION, l927 FSB DHI 3111 llflwgsgsnwilt IH! DH! Yellow Jackets W. F. CHILDRESS, Substitute Guard and T "Bill" VANCE, MISSISSIPPI Letter O. WAITES, End "same Old Al" LOUIN, MISSISSIPPI Three Letters VV. A. BRANTLEY, Subxtitute Guard "Bulldog" KILMICHAEL, MISSISSIPPI Letter BICKERSTAFF, Substitute Guard "Bicker" G. G. TISHOMINGO, MISSISSIPPI First Year P. P. FLANAGAN, Substitute Guard DEKALB, MISSISSIPPI Letter MCKNIGHT, Substitute End t.Ma4Ctf O. A. RINGGOLD, LOUISIANA First Year J. E. DALE, Guard -'JeI1y" HATHORNE, MISSISSIPPI Four Letters 78 ill! Hg-Egsgg-533 ml GWW5 ackle NEKA CAIVION 1927 Im am DHWEEZCFH Yellow Jackets BROADUS, Cmtfr PURVIS, MISSISSIPPI Letter HACKNEY, Halfbacle "N0oky" I-IA'1"l'IESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Letter C. VV. SPIGENER, Halfbaflz "Spike" VANCE, MISSISSIPPI Letter II. MCMAHAN, Tafkle "Mac" HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Letter H. G. BATES, Guard "Hughie" PURVIS, MISSISSIPPI Four Letters VV. VV. MILLS, Subslitulf llalfback "GOOlJL'l"' NEW AUGUSTA, MISSISSIPPI Letter 79 H Hwgzgqxll Z! C3315 M5 NEKA CAIVION, l927 z nm una nngggjgggggna vm sm FZZSSUU fx Yellow Jackets R. L. VVOODS, Substitutf End "Bobbie Lee" PHOENIX, MISSISSIPPI Letter A. L. NIX, Substitute End HAMILTON, MISSISSIPPI First Year A. D. OWINGS, Substitute Tackle I-IA'Ii'l'IESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Second Year L. T. HINTON "Peewee" LIBERTY, MISSISSIPPI First Year E. VV. CLINTON "F1't'Sl1l113Il" IIATIIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI First Year CLAUDE S'I'UAR'I', Substitutr Quarlvrbark HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI First Year 80 M im ninaff-Zn mi: CNW NEKA CAIVION, I9Z7 MB GW I DHI D116 DEW-Ejsgcgxilt IH! IH! I 8 VARSITY BASK ETRALI. TIYABI H "M" CLUB S1 n S3321 GWWZZ5 Hi! NEKA CAIVION, 1927 Q K DHI D111 IHWEESGRHK III! ill! 1 Q 2 ' A ...L 1 . 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DHI J Mb!3lAN VAUUHT EYZLEINE HAVILIN AGNES SUIQIJIVAN EUNICE COIJBEIZT Jflmwmd Hamm ifximmff . JISSIIQ SEGICEST DQPTAUIZICE Gill l'fI'1ti VT -1 BONNIE LEE "!HETEll DOIEUVHY l1ldlI'?5'EF'l"I ESTHFIR QUINN rms. 1,UbA THOMAS HAZJEK1 DICKERSON BEA'l"ldlf1? 'EAHNHEAlcL' 'FANNlE SEGREST 99 ian Ill GWWD NEKA CAIVION, 1927 W5 GW , ,nf ml nnggggcggnf mm nm 1 L,6'.772on.Qgo7n,e1Zy 7fC. 77235 .Dresddemt Uiee Pres! FI RST QUARTER O. w.mmzz1p5 E wwe. wmce Secretary G11apLaIn, Officers Presfonian Liieraty Soci 6:6119 SECOND QUARTER 2.22. fd' .Billie Montague Presfd Udee President uTG,.7h,orfr2,ton. 0-C5 134991 Gretna - Jgepor-ter' .Zfomer Z7ate Seeretarg mo tj D 11 P1 11 l1 H Wadi? WW C IU! NEKA CANION, 1927 nm nngggggs-ggnf ,mi WH. BOND iw!-WV.C-Q M YW W KF If UGI YT 5 YV e r3lgESTaQNf1AN ggTgQ,fg152v soci1m Y W W Vx O. H EIBTBINGVTON G.G.Bl CPGEIZSTAFF H.I-LHANNA W.W. NILbS IBD. FI EBEN DON W. DJJOHNSON J. H. TTATGTIN N G.H.12Us5E1,L, w.A.BuE1.Awu A.D. ROGERS CLQIFFOIRIJ J-ACIGSON JE. PIHJE lil! H H Ill! DH! ini D NEKA CAMGN 1927 MB t GW III! ini in P6 HI i 1 t 1 gfgjbasgg H tm 1 l i i i 1 i f i V ,i il 5 i i I-LEMASON BtM.LAWI2ENCE 1 . . . . i Prestoman L1terary Society Contest Winners Each year there is held between the Prestonian and Platonian Literaiy boeieties an inter-society oratorieal contest and two inter-society debating contests. In honoi of two of our members, who won the First inter-society debate, and the one member who also won the inter-society oratorical contest, 1926, the Prestonian Literary SOCICU' dedi Cates this page. llvillllfl' of 111tz'1'-Sorirfy Oraforimf Colzfvvt i Srssimz 1925-1926 i H. E. RIASUN i i IIvillIlI'l'S of First Illfl'I"S0l'il'f-1' Dfbllfl' Sesriorl 1926-19.27 I B. M. LAWRENCE J H. E. MASON im Y awe ml NEKA CAMO U UH 11 N, I927 I I H5236-RUC JU! 11 FIRST QUARTER Q9 W 6 yfgcsident J7Z1,Zdrea! H155 - SBCZEINJFOQS. IOS SECQND QUARTER fleets Literary f octeggp J7Zarm'elL Jmck- Sccy-Uma lU H:gS:3QZU Ui7 WWE? NEKA CAMON, 1927 5255 FN IHC. IH! lnmggmnl ln! ,HK I 104. Ci!!! H H l1CiJ 3' r NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 I IHC fn! IU F1 UK IU! DUI D mr.-usb? tffacgf Camofyn Jyarze 'Wav tizznjfo MISSISSIPPI mm Literary Socicgg gum Sarafz 7721l'fe-1' Bess' 1 Slafyorcf f PS. E. 105 2311 Ill! SWK? NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 Egg :Ut DHI DHQEZGRHI DHI 'int 1 1 120 JBJJIL Ll FIRST QUARTER l'...LkgiL15y8fJ , Ji Uagigiw Officers Platonlan Liuemry Society Q Jf, JSan..s01a, 5 5 Goals. f6.Yl.UClL.L SECQN D QUARTER of JIZ, '7Ubb 6'fiZZC JZ L' JWL emyazaw 106 M im niqflnakn ml: WWE n NEKA CAMON, l927 4 :na ,HI nngtjsggggna vm vm 135o1lTON IAN LITERARY SOCIETY WARE L. G. PHI rmvlvs MB. HENSAIETQING JANE? AFBEINGTON 'TIEUNAN IDEWIS IT. GUBIQETTE A 107 H H H H 75'-55 ' s 1111 will infgsggggni NEKA CAIVION 1927 Platonian Literary Society ' UNUREUS Ol" YEARS AGO the Greek scholar, Plato, lived, and with his development into manhood he became a dreamer, a philosopher, a reasoner, and a teacher. So great were his contributions to the world that all down through the ages men have followed his teachings, some knowingly and others accepting and using his contributions without questioning their source. ln the year IQIZ, just after the opening of the college, Platonianism was solidified and given a new impetus through the organization of the Platonian Literary Society. lllen who had been interested in Platonian philosophy formed this society, and others soon followed. The organiza- tion has from the first of its history been representative of the better side of college life. The organization has a dual purpose. It attempts to aid its members in giving a detailed and systematic study to the beauty of the old type lit- erary scholar, and at the same time attempt to train its members in pres- ent day ethics, oratory, debate, leadership and executive ability, in such ways as should lit them for places of executive responsibility. The organization offers advancement to two types of men-those entirely without training are given training, and those who have already been trained are given the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to lead. However, the organization has but one goal for all of its members-conr plete self-development. Platonians are proud of their achievements. The fourteen years in which the organization has been in operation have brought many laurels to its members while in school, but the laurels that the Platonians are most proud of are those that have been won by members out in the world. toil CIE HCI? WW? 6556 IH! D111 i EK CAMO , l9Z7 I Ill! DHI rn 23635-gUK IU! III! 1 ' . - 5, 'ff 1,' ' E f , W .1 ?',f'4v1,',,zvf-A ,. , , g 5' I '- WM- -A H fi" f' - 4.4 H, ' , ' ' V I A . ,we v ,. . , ,. is Q.. r ,fpzlv , qt. . f mmusnun 'rwmz A MONTH mr wnuns counuz 311. xiui..x. 927- , . V .. , I .- ......... PRUGRAM UF TLANTA Y?" 5 , ,g ig.. :Xi f .PQ W, M1-sm IN Am' umm Jw. eo. 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GMD V YAGEIP, EVA NIKE KNCHEN31 B IPM. ROOM DEV OTQONML VENT CA, CSQEEENET N ibhllll PRE S IMTIE NAI? T681 ULU! EUQEDIIA TREASUIREIF DRLD MISS WWE BROWN NV. iii. UIQ NRS,ANNHi I IO lil Ha-sfgsgciglfl l1 CRW? x JH! till NEKA CAMON, I927 'UWESWU' J.C.THOT-ZNYOM l.2,1j,Nlll,LER VICE PQ situ. mic FZ iITAI.?V III! III! I H.T.VJAF?.E I73.INf1.1.AWl2ENCE PQI SSDI?-1'i' V.M.C.A. DEVQUCNAL O.W. 'PHILLIPS' SOC!!-XL CABINE H.P1,!wIASON FLYNI' ROBINSON EXTPQNBJON SEQVICE F'UP'LIClTY H .A . Tl'-HC-PEN STUDENT 5 ,IND N.L.V.'HlTE MENIBE.R5I'I!P lim IME. COOK GROUP D13CUS?:'1f'N c L.DoDsoN r1c. :vrzQ TATE NIUSIP CHUYZCH ATVE1-JDAQICE III m'QQ""M H bi H H223 GNWZ5 NEKA CAMON, 1927 FSB lm DH! ll1Wi5:3Qg'gl1t D111 DH! GETS X J 2 si? ilrnilfee 'Fender i' 65.00619 Q Wresident Y Vtee T9r"?3iC1'2f1f , V Alice Ellis-.Qeeorfliog Secretary U A H 'Truman Lewis -Correspendmg See. :J HE VVORLD AFFAIRS CLL' B was organized in the summer of 1922 under the direction of Nlisses Kate Brown and VVilla Bolton and lllessrs. H. L. ff'-1 llIcCleskey and S. C. Hall, who constituted at that time the faculty mem- bers of the history, geography and social science departments of the lylissis- sippi Normal College, now the State Teachers College. These persons became the faculty advisory council for the club. Ten students who had shown an outstanding. interest in international affairs were chosen as a nucleus of the club. Upon a recommendation of the membership commit- tee other students were chosen until a maximum of forty was reached. As far as possible, these members were chosen from the social study group. At present, the membership is limited entirely to students who major or minor in this group. VVorld Affairs Clubs are now under the direction of Division of Intercourse and Education, which is a part of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. This organization is very helpful to the local clubs in sending material for programs and in occasionally furnishing speakers. The club meets regularly on the first llflonday of each month, and renders a public program on questions of international importance. The programs are prepared and announced in advance, so that the members who are to render each program may have sufficient time to study the subject thoroughly. It has been the policy of the club to secure during the year one or more prominent lecturers to give addresses on ques- tions of international interest. On such occasions, the meetings are held in the audi- torium in College Hall, and the publiciis invited to attend. The faculty advisory council for this year consists of Nlisses Kate Brown, Bernice Day and VVilla Bolton, and llilr. S. C. Hall. The ofhcers for the year are: President, bliss VVilma Lee Felderg vice-president. lllr. Everett Cook, recording secretary, bliss Alice Ellis, corresponding secretary, lllr. Truman Lewis. 1 I 2 im Uwsgqzn El! GWWEZ5 NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 K DH! DHI an P1 UK IU! DH! 1 ' WBFQGW ,1.M,1'u13n BES5 VINZ5ON ,-XNNEE, LOUISE D'OLlVE E VO N ST L' BB 5 ETHA IUQRLJOSI E N QLD AFFAI O CLUB RSV H,F. BENSON H 41, 0114.11 5 vu: ONEITA N U'I"l' vmcmm Pmcocn ill! C,l'. DODSON X GLADYS TURQETIN , 5 c HALL. II3 MSEZCEQM WWE 10 '37 KA YI. 'BROW N BERN XC E DAY' 'W 'S ' gl VHOMLI-P IAVF Y ' OK bi'IiED Ill! NEKA CAIVION, 1927 MLS 11111 am nngggggggnf vm me Ghz, 6-C pir- MQS. L UL A THONLHXS GOI-IDY' fx EQSfQl'!1SI Ql' CILHQSI JULIA JONES " ADA GRAY M dS QU IQ, INEZ RT IA NI.-'XE BRUMFLE U v.c.cAu1,1, EVON STUBBS PRESIDENT N191 CA I4 TY S W.H . BOBO W D JOHNSON - W E FAU., WILKERSON BILLIE MO NT!-XG UE HQ? . WARE 3. C. HALL JOE COOK A.F. FUGITT H L. GILLESPTE I 14, a'ZQ""QZ7z Cl!!! E bi ll ZI CNW NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 Egg DHI IH! 3 3521523533 4 JH! ill! 1 ., BN bFxWl3ENCIi KATIE MAE TFGIPLETT H T WAIEF ONEITA NUTT' EVA NM INGQAN RIDGE CLUB WI BNA SVI E TH TP. SLOT! SYIETH w11mL,us FEIQDEIZ , , AVIS BEE J 'B GEORGE HA ZFL BA13 NAKED MISS BOYET IT WEBB FIILDIBE-l? Hlhh FUSE EN My .J ONES IIS HJDIE PE. FEES VFR S. J. BA GEORGE l1 Hmsggqxn Hi? CFWL5 NEKA CAIVICJN, l927 ln! UH! DH P1 HI JH! 3111 whim EQHOES amm II6 H HaD:3QZH H C3525 MB NEKA CAIVION, I927 GM e :nc nm nnmjgggggn I ln! DHI 1 llmwx or 'ruff PR.-xc'1'1crz Scuoor. IN "BOBBY BRO0S'lIiR'S R0OS'Il2R,H A rl'11.xxumx P OPlcRla'l'1'.x DIRliC'l'l2lJ RX 'I'Ill-I Music' l51Rlfu'l'oR's C'l,AsS Jew . . M VSIC DIR FCTURIS C 117 4.:m IIQEZQEU CRW l '-7-'F XX U NEKA CAIVION, I927 xg-5 mm vm vllggzjsgcmllc vm nm 63521 "KNOW MISSISSIPPI BETTER TRAINU BAND, 1926 BAND CLASSES, 1926-27 1 I 8 11 lla-5223333 Bl! C3515 NEKA CAMON, l927 zkg-5 1111 DHI lilwzjzgcgggllt Ill! DUI 6-gi THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB AT WORK X HOME ECONOMICS CLUB .XT VVORK 1 1 9 l1 II WWE 4 NEKA CAIVION, I9Z7 1 ,nf vm 11135353111 ,nl vm , Xi! 'I 3 W f Y 2 5153 VW 1, Us Top: PRESIDENT Coozfs 6 A, M. Hmm CLASS 4WQmf5gg3jg,x33Sf,,4fa::f",QV f.4x.y3iW,x, .,M4,,, . -0,1 ' 3, f. . lioiiom: MR. 1VICCLliSKEY'S BIBLE CLASS NEKA CAIVION, 1927 X55 GM C IHC int IHQEPUCEHI IH! JH! 1 A .-f-- :V ,z ll i - n, - 4 L,.4gk:wxm Top: MR. FUGI'l"I',S HY" BIBLE CLASS Q' Bolfom: TEACHERS' COLLEGE B. Y. P. U. NEKA CAIVION, 1927 :na nm anggggnm nm nm I l BIONROE COUNTY CLUB Advice to Seniors: Don't tell everything you know. You might be asked for an encore. 4'4'4- Jessie went away to college. In about two months she wrote to her homefolks and signed her name "-lessicaf' Her small brother, Tomg in order to cure her of "Collegitis," wrote her the following letter: V Dear Jessica: Mamica and Papica have gone to see Aunt Susica. Uncle Neclica is going to townica to buy a new machinaca. He doesn't know whether he'll get a Fordica or a Chevroletica. The cowica has a calfica. I thought I'tl name it Nellica, but, since it's a bullica, I guess I'll call it jimica. Your loving brotherica, ToM1cA. 4 4' 4' A cat sat down on a bee one day, So I was told by a roosterg The bee has lost its sting, they say, And the cat doesn't walk like he uster. 4'4'4' "And here is my diploma for public speaking," said the job seeker. "Very well, go into the other room and address these envelopes." IZZ ill!! H H ml NEKA CAIVION, I9Z7 im am nnggsgggync mm vm f CLOTHING CO far Econo ical Tra sportation Outritters for Men and ! I McArthur Chevrolet Company Young Men PHONE 1745 Opposite Hotel Hattiesburg 306 East Pine Street HA'r'1'lEsBUHG, MISSISSIPPI HATTIESBURQ M155- We Want You to Look, But We Never Urge You to Buy Coats, Suits, Dresses and Millinery DRESS GOODS, SILKS AND ACCESSORIES THE DAVIDSON COMPANY The House of Courtesy The Cheapest Health Protection You Can Buy Ice is an Actual Health Insurance Policy WITH A MIGHTY SMALL PREMIUM INDEED It is by far the cheapest health protection you can buy. A well- filled refrigerator-kept filled the year 'round-insures pure, wholesome. nourishing foods FIRM ICE AND FUEL COMPANY PHONES 577 AND 33 HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI Kiln H H l1 NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 ing :ni inyeggggggni mm vm A Store for Young Men That is Operated by Young Men That is one of the reasons that we are able to continually increase our num- ber of satisfied customers of young men. We offer you only nationally known brands of merchandise in exclusive pat- terns at fair prices. We want your trade and know how to keep it if you give us the chance. CARTER-LANE llVIEN'S EVERYTI-lINGl PAUL CARTER OPPOSITE STRAND THEATRE DEWEY LANE I. L. LYONS S5 COMPANY, LTD. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA ESTABLISHED 1866 Wholesale Druggists Microscopes, Laboratory Outfits, Surgical Instruments HATTIESBURG GROCERY CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS MEMBERS AMERICAN WHOLESALE GROCERS' Assoc1AT1oN USE ROBINSON'S CIPHER CODE E3 OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, MOBILE STREET I-IATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI ill! 113-EQEZQIZIII lII WW NEKA CAIVION, I927 nm mr IHQQQSZGRU KOMP MACHINERY CO. HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI WE FURNISH AND APPLY ETERNIT Asbestos Slate Roofing AND BlRD'S ARTCRAFT Roll Roofing and Composition ' Shingles ATTRACTIVE TIME PAYMENT PLAN A COMPLETE LINE OF Mill and Factory Supplies, Pumping Outfits, Gas Engines and Farm Equipment F. W. FOOTE 1- -l- HAVEN 'THIN W. P. JONES President V' 'Q'-I l'cSi1l1'Ilt Caghigr C. M. SIGI ER J. L. MIXON A t t C h. Assistant Cashier SAFETY BOXES FOR 4 INTEREST PAID ON ACCOUNTS S 6' -Q ey , D2 V AVINGS 5 0? RENT ? '72, N QSBUR6' --THRIFT, THE HIGHWAY T0 SUCCESS" RESOURCES OVER S6,320,000.00 lil! H U BIZ! I IU! ill! 1 NEKA CAMON, 1927 mm vm vngggzgggnf nm am , D'Lo, Miss. POPLARVILLE, MISS. Merchants Gro. Co. , 4 Merchants Gro. Co. Merchants Mill 8 Elevator LAUREL, MISS. Wholesale Food and Grain Distributors Manufacturers OPERATORS and Millers Largest Cold Storage BIG MERCHANTS in the Stare S M l H2528 JSM GROCERY Co. Mule Feed Dairy Feed gfariedpeed HATTIESBURG, Miss. Chicken Feed Ch0PG Specialize in Fruit and Produce BIG "M" FEEDS "THE LINE THAT's ALL FEED BUT sAcK" Merchants Gro. Co. Merchants Gro. Co. PICAYUNE, Miss. MCLAIN, Miss. Merchants Gro. Co. MAGEE, MISS. "We Strive to Serve, Economically, the Retail Merchants of South Mississippi" M311 llgilsggjyil l1 QWW25 NEKA CAIVION, l927 lm nm nngggsgqgnc mn vm J. S. TURNER 8 SONS DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. LADIES READY-TO-WEAR Men's and Boys' Wear, Shoes for the Whole Family Carpets, Rugs and Wall Paper MAIN AND FRONT STREETS HATTIESBURG. MISS. HAWKINS HARDWARE COMPANY Wholesale and .Retail EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE. BUILDING MATERIALS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR GOLDSMITH'S ATHLETIC GOODS Largest Exclusive Hardware Store in South Mississippi SUCCESS CANNOT BE BOUGHT AT THE BARGAIN COUNTER OR PAID FOR ON DELIVERY The price must be paid in advance in Hard Work. Prudence. and Economy The Habit of Thrift Established in Your College Days Bears Fruit in Your Future Days Resources Over One Million Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars CITIZENS BANK lil! lIIaEQ:3Qfyl1 ml WWE yes NEKA CAIVION, I9Z7 fm ani nnmijgggfgi-nf nm mm OWN YOUR OWN HOME THE J. J. NEWMAN LUMBER CO. HATTIESBURG. MISSISSIPPI WILL SERVE YOU WITH The "NEWMAN" brand of Lumber Everything for the dwelling or the barn, including lath and shingles We offer many thousands of acres of cut-over lands in three counties in South Mississippi AN IDEAL CLIMATE FOR SOUTHERN HOMES COMPLIMENTS OF LONDON GROCERY s I COMPANY WIIOLEQQZCQZTESETAIL- E FEEDS AND FERTILIZERS We Buy Syrup, Coit-on, Com, Beans. Etc HATTIESBURG. MISSISSIPPI ' HATTIESBURG, Miss. PAY CASH AND PAY LESS THE HUB woMEN's WEAR AND MILLINERY Hattiesburg's Style and Value Center WE CATER TO COLLEGE STUDENTS l1 nfl? C335 NEKA CAMON, I927 nm nm :niggas-ggnf Im 1111 The Gulf States Creosoting Company OPERATING PLANTS AT HATTIESBURG, MISS., MERIDIAN, MISS., AND SLIDELL, LA. ANNUAL CAPACITY, 120,000,000 FT. B. M. Dabbs Auto Service W. R. DABBS, MANAGER COMPLIMENTS OF SERVICE , CyIincIer Piston Grinding Gordon Van Tlne Expert Mechanical Service Michelin Tires Tel. 407 406 W. Pine St. HATTIESBURG, MISS. Company HARCOURT Es? COMPANY, Inc. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY DESIGNERS AND MAKERS OF SCHOOL AND COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS DANCE INVITATIONS AND FAVORS CLASS EMBLEMS, VISITING CARDS MONOGRAM AND FRATERNITY STATIONERY WEDDING INVITATIONS AND CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS FAVORABLY KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE NATION lim H H Ui! NEKA CAMON, l927 lm. III! III 'H' 'H' COMMERCIAL PRINTING DEPARTMENT OF THE HATTIESBURG AMERICAN PRINTERS THRIFTY LANE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS AND FRESH VEGETABLES CORNER MAIN AND NEWMAN ST. PHONE 685 HATTIESBURG, MISS. Say It With Flowers And When Saying it With Flowers, Say it With Stemme 8 Sons Cut Flowers for All Occasions Potted Plants and Shrubbery Members Florists' Telegraph Delivery SQQEEEIE The Gift Store Flowers Sent Anywhere, Any Time H3tfI95bUfg Main Sfffet by Wire COMPLIMENTARY Hattiesburg Coca-Cola Bottling Co. INCORPORATED HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI FINE BROTHERS DRY GOODS WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS AND MILLINERY I-IATTIESBURG. MISSISSIPPI :mn HESQSZCYM II III C3325 NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 m am angggggbgnf an an FRATERNITY, COLLEGE and CLASS JEWELRY Commencement Announcements and Invitations Jeweler to THE SENIOR CLASS of ' MISSISSIPPI STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE L. G. BALFOUR CO. MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND STATIONERS ATTLEBORO, MASS. ASK ANY COLLEGE GREEK ClU U U Hl NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 im. an: ittggzjgggna im vm e J . E. BUFKIN HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI FINE FOOTWEAR AND HOSIERY For thc entire family. Standard brands only. All sizes and widths in newest novelties and conservative styles in stock at all times. Highest quality at the lowest possible prices. Mail Order Patrons Assured Prompt and Efficient Service Wrilc for Prices and Descriptions :muon-Mn Piece Goods 'N'mnmoN' Furnishings Ready-to-'Wear . ' Q Shoes Clothing "whore savings an greatest" Hosiery THE YEAR ROUND 610 Main Strzet, Ilattiesliurg, Mississippi Visit Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department. Dresses. Coats, Millinery Visit Our Men's Clothing and l-lat Department. We Can Save You Money. 773 BUSY STORES Our Buying Power is Your Saving Power The Place to Go "Photographers" The Anderson HOME OF THE MIGHTY Distinctive Camera Portraits Robert Morton pipe Organ Frames Made to Order A cordial welcome awaits all students and members of the faculty of the Quality and Service S, T, C, 1 ' 7 The Faghlgn MCNQII S Grocery Corner Main and Front Street STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS AND Ladies' Wearing Apparel FRESH VEGETABLES and Mllllnery 3l3 WEST PINE STREET Phones I74 and 398 HATTIESBURG. MISS. WE DELIVER . Ea . C1111 niuagicfn mi C3525 NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 F55-5 Im mr mlllwgsggtggllf 1111 will If College Students Buy at ' JOE B. OOUC.H'S I MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS, SHOES AND If T fff I5 Zf I fm A ere f l 7, A A 5 FURNISHINGS X I N "PAY CASH AND PAY LEss" JOE B. GOUGH may HGOHHJ HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI n THE WAIT FOR YOUR Emponum Department BUS Store AT OU STO EAST PINE STREET R "EVERYTI'IING PEOPLE You Are Always Welcome WEAR" "For Less mf, Om M" New Corner Drug Store STORAGE TANKS COMMERCIAL TANK BODIES PRESSURE TANKS AUTOMOBILE BODIES TRAILERS SPECIAL DESIGNS ALL TYPES BOILER PRECISE REPAIR AND MACHINE MAINTENANCE -- - WORK THE WELDMECH COMPANY Welding and Mechanical Engineers HATTIESBURG, MISS. :In HNDEZCJRQH C3325 ml NEKA CAIVION, 1927 AS XT mill 1111 lngggzggggnc am im OUR PRICELESS ASSET COMPUMENTS OF Satisfied Customers 8 Be One of Them Hedrick Tailoring 3 an Cleaning Co. 107 West Pine Street HULETT UNDERTAKING COMPANY Established 1910 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS HATTIESBURG, MISS. ,.i...1 HULETT FUNERAL HOME UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS MERIDIAN, MISS. , ,V ff , w - . n.i. W . i 3 " EE South M ississi ppi's Ford Home E To those perparing for or just entering into the teaching profession, the Ford car will fill every need for economical transportation. The smallest outlay of cash, the smallest down payment on terms plan. with payments to suit income. We handle all notes right here in Hattiesburg for convenience of our customers. BARRON MOTOR COMPANY Vlllfl Hm:3mU 11.15 C3525 NEKA CAIVION, 1927 t JH! DHI Ill P9 1259-'GEEK III! III! WE INVITE YOUR it BUSINESS On the Basis of Intelligent, Helpful and Agreeable Service The Commercial National Bank MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM "SIGNOFF'S" Perfection Shoe Shop Popular Priced Shoes for the Student GOOD SHOE REPAIRING Leave 'Em With the Agent Hardy Street Grocery AND Filling Station 900 HARDY STREET Groceries. Meats, Gasoline, Motor Oil Tire Service, Tires, Auvomobile Accessories and SERVICE PHONES 636 AND 1737 SAENGER'S STRAND AND LOMO THEATERS World's Best Photoplays A HOME AWAY FROM HOME Hotel Mitchell EUROPEAN PLAN EAT AT THE Acme Restaurant "House of Good Coffee" HATTIESBURG, MISS. TRAVELERS' HEADQUARTERS THE EDWARDS HOTEL THE BEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE SOUTH 300 Rooms-300 Baths Private Dining Room JACKSON, MISS. Private Branch Telephone Exchange John I.. Ware. Mgr. l1 11332332511 lII Wifi NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 kga ill! DHI 1H5?:j:3G"5inIit 1111 9111 I American Dry Cleaners 207-209 East Pine Street rd Opposite Merrhants Grocery Co. Cleaning. Dyeing. Pressing ALL WAYS BEST Expert Alterations - Made to Measure Clothes Halgieifiguilcireggnery PHONE 1466 Main Street Hattiesburg, Miss, - he cover for? RAWLING'S ATHLETIC this annual EQUIPMENT was created by BY ISIELIKSYQE3' 2857 N. Western Avenue HARDWARE CO. HATTIESBURG. Miss, Chicago, Illinois W any Malloy Made Cover bean this mad: mark on the luacls lid. Mississippi School Supply Co. JACKSON. MISS. Educational Equipment and Supplies Mohler's Coffee It's Blended to Suit Your Taste YOUR GROCER HAS IT If He Hasn't He Will Get it IN STOCK READY TO SHIP ATHLETIC GOODS For Every Sport CATALOGS ON Rl'lQIll'lS'l' ALEX. LOEB, Inc. MERIDIAN, Miss. HATTIESBURG AUTO SALES CO. BUICKS Buick Cars, Parts. Tires. Tubes and Accessories 218 'WEST PINE STREET Phone Zl8 tin Haxclggggsll trim WWE NEKA CAIVION, l9Z7 JHKT an: ingggggggnz Im Im SUPPLIES FOR CCLLEGES China, Glassware, Silverware, Cutlery, Cooking Utensils Heavy Duty Kitchen Equipment, Tables Chairs, Linens, etc. 52 YEARS OF SERVICE The Loubat Glassware 8 Cork Co. TJEW ORLEANS, LA. "BUTTER-NUT BREAD" "JUS-RITE BREAD" MATTINGLY'S BAKERY Modem Ideas in Baking You KNOW IT,S Gooo IP IT COMES FROM MATTINGLY'S If You Want to Build Missis- Purol Tiglgng sippi Buy Mississippi Gasoline Motor Oil Made Products , "Twins of Power" The Queen City Broom Factory American Gil Co. MERIDIAN. MISS. HATTIESBURG. MISSISSIPPI Federal CIO1' HING STDRBS 621 MAIN Sr. I Quality Clothing For Men and Women CORRECT IN STYLE AND IN PRICE Confidential Convenient Charge Accounts Opened aim n 3 n trim NEKA CAIVION, I9Z7 W5 IH! IH! D11 P1 GM 576396693114 IH! lm 1 Calumet Tea and Coffee Company THE ARISTON LINE E. W. WALKER V. E. WALKER Mississippi Representatives Quick Fires Little Ash Monro-Warrior Coal 8 The Advertisers in this issue C k C of NEKA CAMON make possible A e 0' its low price. Blfmmgh-lm' Ala- The Advertisers are co-opera- ating with us. Co-operate with them by giving them a chance for your trade. We Mine One Best Coal for Every Purpose Economical Intense Heat THE STAFF. 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