McMULLAN, William Tarpley - MOORE, Joel
McMullan, William Tarpley (BA., 1929) Teacher, Little Rock, Miss.
McMurchy, Charles Randolph (B.A., 1929) Teacher, Hermanville, Miss.
McNees, Lucian L. (B.A., 1.924) Used Car Manager, McNees Motors, Inc., McComb, Miss.
McPhail, Lee Arvel (B.A., 1930) Aset. Manager, 3. C. Penney Co., Pensacola, Fla.
McPhearson, Doris Earline (B.A., 1937) Teacher, Pattison, Miss.
McPhearson, Roland Merrill (B.A., 1935) Teacher, Anguilla, Miss.
McRaney, James Howard (B.A., 1929) Shipping Clerk, Komp Equipment Co., 513 South Ave. Hattiesburg, Miss.
McRee, Bernice (B.A., 1934) Cashier-Hostess, Ritz Cafe, Jackson. (Home Addr.: Clinton, Miss..)
McRee, Jack Fulton (B.S., 1915) Merchant, Holcomb, Miss.
McWhorter, Sickey Nelson (B.A., 1914) Attorney, Westlaco, Texas.
Mabry, Robert Ealon (B.A., 1932) Graduate Student, Louisiana State U.. Baton Rouge, La.
Mackey, Nannie Louise (B.A., 1930) (Mrs. Brown Whitten) Teacher, Sardis, Miss.
Madison, H. Flood (B.S., 1888) Deceased.
Madison, John Latimer (Ph.B., 1903) Druggist, Brooksville, Miss.
Magee, Cully, Jr. (B.A., 1934) Employee, N. 0. Nelson Co., 1116 Central St., Jackson, Miss.
Magee, John Lafayette, Jr. (B.A., 193,5) (M.A., Vanderbilt U., 1936) Graduate Student, U. of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.
Magee, Nelly (B.A., 1930) Teacher, Clinton, Miss.
Magee, Robert Eldridge, Jr. (B.A., 1929) Teacher, Franklinton, La.
Magruder, Thomas Vannoy (B.S., 1906) (M.D., Tulane U., 1910) Physician, Birmingham, Ala.
Mahaffey, Arthur Hartford (Ph.B., 1906) (Th.G., S. B. T, Seminary, 1909; Th.M., S. W. B. T. Seminary, 1924) Minister-Teacher, Midway, Ala.
Mahaffey, William Floyd (B.S., 1916) Teacher, Mendenhall, Miss.
Majure, Ray (B.A., 1925) Employee, Southern Pacific Steamship Co., Galveston, Texas.
Mallory, Louie Clifford (B.S., 1914) Deceased.
Mangum, Aaron A. (B.S., 1921) Business, Loreco Oil Company, Shreveport, La.
Mangum, Claud Spurgeon (B.A., 1926) Teacher Magee, Miss.
Mangum, Paul Lomax (BA., 1934) Teacher, Magee, Miss.
Mangum, William D. (BA., 1928) Banker, Snmrall, Miss.
Maples. Luther Whit (B.S., 1916) Attorney, Gulfport, Miss.
Marble, Emmett Gerald (B.S., 1907) Business, Leland, Miss.
Marshall, Arthur Ross (B.A., 1931) (M.A., Columbia U.. 1936) Professor of Education, Pearl River Junior College, Poplarville. Miss.
Marshall Robert Ellington (BA., 1925) Accountant, Pilot Life Ins. Co., 500 S. Mendenhall St., Greensboro, North Carolina.
Marshall, Roy Catching (B.A., 1933) Agent, Standard Life Ins. Co., Box 607, Vicksburg, Miss.
Martin, Charles Albert (B.A., 1932) Teacher, Martineville, Miss.
Martin, Byrd (B.A. 1936) Principal, New Zion School, Tylertown, Miss.
Martin, Felix Ores (B.A., 1930) Minister-Teacher, Tutwiler, Miss.
Martin, Granville Lucius (BA., 1908) Editor, Prentiss Headlight, Prentiss, Miss.
Martin, Harry Leland, Jr. (B.A., 1928) Newspaper Work, Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Teun.
Martin, J. F., (B.S., 1886) Deceased.
Martin, John Quitman (B.S., 1882) Deceased.
Martin, Raiford Eugene (B.S., 1913) Planter, Satartia, Miss.
Martin, Ray Henry (B.S.. 1917) Teacher, Morgan City, Miss.
Martin, Robert Elsmore (B.S., 1903) Teacher, Bentonia, Miss.
Martin, Robert William, Jr. (B.A., 1935) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Mulline Hall, Louisville, Ky.
Martin, Roy Lofton ton (B.A,, 1914) Agronomist, CCC, West Point, Miss.
Martin, Thomas Todd, Sr. (B.A.. 1886) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1896) Evangelist, Blue Mountain, Miss.
Martin, Verey G. (BA., 1912) (M.S., Cornell U., 1927) Prof. of Agricultural Education, Mississippi State College, State College, Miss.
Martin, Wilson Clark (B.A., 1927) Principal, Midway’ School, Benton, Miss.
Mason, Andrew Estus (B.A., 1936) Pastor, Union Church, Miss.
Massey, Burl Edwin (B.A., 1919) Pastor, Sunrise Baptist Church, RFD, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Massey, John Chandler (B.S., 1015) District Manager, American Tobacco Co., Little Rock, Ark.
Massey, John Oates (B.A., 1935) Student, Atlanta-Southern Dental College, Atlanta, Ga.
Massey, Louise Porter (Mrs. W. C.) (M.A., 1930) Housewife, Starkville, Miss.
Mathis, William Douglas (Ph.B, 1908) Presbyterian Minister, Pascagoula, Miss.
Mattox, Thomas Edgar (B.A., 1931) Chemist, Chemical Sales Co., 352 W. Walton St., Chicago, Ill.
Mattox, William Judson (B.A., 1928) (Ph.D,, U. of North Carolina, 1932) Chemist, Universal Oil Products Co., Riverside, Ill.
Mauldin, Mansel Irwin (BA., 1981) Teacher, Neshoba, Miss.
Maxwell, James Prentiss (B.A., 1936) Principal, Salem School, RFD, Tylertown, Miss.
May, Andrew Eugene (B.A., 1935) Travellng Salesman, Sheaf fer Pen Co., Fort Madison, Iowa.
May, Frederic Harrison (B.S., 1909) Teacher, 214 W. Huff St., San Antonio, Texas.
May, James Vernon Jr. (B.A., 1928) Deceased.
May, Joseph Albert (B.A., 1903) Attorney, Sumner, Miss.
May, Lonnie L. (B.A., 1917) (M.A., Ohio State U., 1933) Deceased.
Mayfield, Carey Tilison (B.A., 1134) (LL.B., Baylor U., 1937) Attorney, American Underwriters Ins. Co., 108 Columbus St., Waco, Texas.
Mayfield, John Spurgeon (B.A., 1930) Principal, Eatonville School, Route 1, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Mayfield, John William, Sr. (Ph.B., 1907; D.D., Ibid., 1925) Pastor, First Baptist Church, McComb, Miss.
Mayfield, Joseph Judson (Ph.B., 1910) Deceased.
Mayfield, Thomas James, Jr. (B.A., 1926) (M.A., U. of New Mexico, 1988) Principal of H.S., Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Mayhall, Nathaniel Garrow (B.S., 1912) Banker, Oxford, Miss.
Meacham, William Banks (B.A., 1895) Osteopath, Box 874, Asheville, North Carolina.
Meaders, Egbert Answell (B.S., 1901) Business, Grenada, Miss.
Meaders, Thomas, Garner Sr. (Ph.B., 1903) Auditor, Care Capital Floral Co., Jackson, Miss.
Meeks, James Almath (B.A., 1934) Teacher, Walnut, Miss.
Meeks, William Martin, Jr. (B.A., 1924) Teacher, Oak Ridge, La.
Melton, DeWitt Arnold (B.A., 1930).
Menger, L. E. (B.A., 1888; M.A., 1891) (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins U.) Deceased.
Merrill, R. W. (B.A., 1886) Pastor, Pilot Point, Texas.
Merrill, Clyde Edward, Jr. (B.A., 1934) Employee Agricultural Service Dept., 1870 California St., N.W. Washington, D. C.
Merritt, Jack (B.A., 1937) Student, Southwestern Seminary, Seminary Hill, Texas.
Metts, William Victor (B.A., 1930) Teacher-Coach, Pontotoc, Miss.
Middleton, Charles Beverly (B.A., 1927)
Middleton, James Wallace (B.A., 1934) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1934) Pastor, Clinton Baptist Church, Clinton, Miss,
Middleton, John Bunyan (B.A., 1931) Pastor, Eupora, Miss.
Middleton, John Bible (Ph.B., 1910) Farmer, Clinton, Miss.
Middleton, Thomas Albert (B.S., 1912) Insurance Business, Tower Bldg., Jackson, Miss. Residence: 1602 Pinehurst.
Milam, Benjamin Stovall (Ph.B., 1912) Deceased.
Milam, Willie Ruth (B.A., 1926).
Miley, Charles Spurgeon (B.A., 1913) Editor, Fort Pierce, Fla.
Miley, Henry Artis (B.A., 1924; M.A., Ibid., 1925) (MS., U. of Colorado; Ph.D., Ibid., 1929) (Ph.D., U. of Cambridge, 1937) Professor of Physics, Oklahoma A. & M. College, Stiliwater, Okla.
Miller, Aaron John (B.A., 1875) Deceased.
Miller, Anseim Eugene (B.S., 1907) Teacher, Moselle, Miss.
Miller, Curtis Elmo (B.A., 1935) Inspector, County Health Dept., New Albany, Miss.
Miller, David Milton, Sr. (B.A., 1887) Attorney, Hazelhurst, Miss.
Miller, David Milton, Jr. (BA., 1934) Teacher-Coach, Gulfport. Miss.
Miller, Florian Henry (BA., 1927) Minister, Mashulaville, Miss.
Miller, Frances (BA., 1927) (Mrs. W. H. Leavell) Housewife, Bastrop, Louisiana.
Miller, Jasper Newton (Ph.B., 1915) Minister, Church Point, La.
Miller, John Wesley (B.A., 1928) Attorney, Ackerman, Miss.
Miller, Joseph Melvin (BA., 1934) Principal, McLeod School, RFD. Louisville, Miss.
Miller, Lena Scott (BA., 1934) Teacher, City Schools, 751 N. President St., Jackson, Miss.
Miller, Niles Boyd (B.A., 1934) Principal, Wise School, Utica, Miss. Miller, S. W. (B.S., 1887) Deceased.
Milton, William Clarence (B.A., 1913) EducatIonal Director, First Baptist Church, 109 5. Lincoln, Tampa, Fla.
Mimms, A. R. (B.S., 1899) Salesman, Demopolis, Ala. Mimms, William B. (B.A., 1856) Deceased.
Mitchell, Lelia Estelle (B.A., 1929) (Mrs. Lelia M. Campbell) Teacher, Hickory, Miss.
Mize, Joe Henry (B.A., 1901) Deceased.
Mize, Sidney Carr (B.A., 1908) (LL.BV., U. of Mississippi, 1911) Attorney and U. S. Judge for Southern District of Mississippi, Gulfport, Miss.
Moak, Henry Frederic (B.A., 1927) Insurance Business, 310 Leland St., Austin, Texas.
Moak, Julian L. (B.A., 1928) Agent, Yorkshire Underwriters Ins. Co, 2897 North St., Beaumont, Texas.
Moak, Ottis Webster (BA,., 1924) Chemist, Pan-American Oil Co., Araba, Dutch West Indies.
Molpus, Chester Arthur (B.A., 1937) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Mullins Hall, Louisville, Ky.
Montague, George Daniel (BA., 1980) (B.D., Anderson fInd.] College & Seminary, 1934) Teacher, Route 2, Box 248, Kerman, Calif.
Montague, Jimmie Olen (BA., 1933) Teacher, Pachuta, Miss.
Montgomery, Charles Wesley (B.A., 1937) Salesman, J. C. Penney Co., Jackson, Miss.
Montgomery, Felix Bowden (B.A., 1917) Cotton Buyer, Greenville, South Carolina.
Montgomery, Francis Holt (BA., 1927) Attorney, Laurel, Miss.
Montgomery, Malcolm Bailey (B.A., 1911) Attorney and Chancellor, Yazoo City, Miss.
Montgomery, Prosper LeRoy (BA., 1937) Teacher-Coach, Silver Creek Miss.
Montgomery, Victor Bernard (B.A., 1909) (LL.B., U. of Mississippi, 1913) Attorney and Banker, Belzoni, Miss.
Moody, Patrick Henry (B.S., 1904) Business, Lake Charles, La.
Moor, Bluford Lovelace (BA., 1931) Teacher, Sturgiss, Miss.
Moore, Butler T. (B.A., 1932) Teacher-Coach, Tunica, Miss.
Moore, Charles Clifton (BA., 1927) Teacher-Coach, McComb, Miss.
Moore, Curtis Henry (B.S., 1909) Supt. School, Arcola, Miss.
Moore, Glenna Emily (B.A., 1984) (Mrs. Canterbury) Stenographer, 621 North St., Jackson, Miss.
Moore, Joel Barnabas (B.A., 1930) Field Representative, Health Dept., Rolling Fork, Miss.
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