ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED

RUSSELL, Tom Jeffrey - SMITH, William Grady
 

Russell, Tom Jeffrey (B.S., 1919) Deceased.
Russell, Wayne Collins (B.A., 1933) Chemist, Hercules Powder Co., Hattiesburg, Miss.
Russell, William Jeff (B.A., 1932) Clerical Work, County Agentís Office, Oxford, Miss.
Russum, Bennie Plunkett (B.S., 1913) Registrar, Harrison-Stone-Jackson Junior College, Perkinston, Miss.
Rutherford, Robert Eugene (B.A., 1933) Teacher, Olive Branch, Miss.

St. John, Charles Jackson (B.S., 1914) Superintendent, The Bowery Mission, New York City, N. Y.
St. John, Harrison Perrin (B.A., 1924) Supt. Schools, Pickens, Miss.
Sadler, William Otho (BA., 1929) (Ph.D., Cornell U., 1932) Professor of Biology, Mississippi College, Clinton, Miss.
Safley, Charles Franklin (BA., 1933) Boy Scout Executive, Tallahassee, Florida.
Safley, Thomas Jenry (B.A., 1932) MedIcal Student, Tulane University, New Orleans, La.
Salter, Ora May (B.A., 1936) Teacher, Hollandale, Miss.
Salter, Simpson Goodwin, Jr. (B.S., 1902) Attorney, Hazlehurst, Miss.
Sample, Eugene Carter (B.S., 1919) County Supt. of Education, Belzoni, Miss.
Sanders, Joseph B. (B.A., 1856) Deceased.
Sanders, Mary Louise (B.A., 1929).
Sanders, William Thomas, Jr. (B.S., 1919) Deceased.
Sandidge, Evelyn Virginia (B.A., 1936) Teacher, Agricola, Miss.
Sandifer, Fred Monroe (B.S. In Medicine, 1927) (M.D., Tulane U., 1900.) Physician, Greenwood, Miss.
Sandifer, John Anderson (B.A., 1923) Teacher-Coach, Fair Oak Springs School, Brookhaven, Miss.
Sanford, John Wright (B.A., 1875) Deceased.
Sansing, Curtis Lee (B.A., 1913) Pastor, Austin, Texas.
Sansing, Elise (B.A., 1930) Teacher, Macon, Miss.
Sansing, Grover Washington (B.A., 1932) Teacher, 719 Oklahoma Ave., Weslaco, Texas.
Sansing, James Earl (B.A., 1927) Supt. School, Stringer, Miss.
Sartin, Lea Bennett (Ph.B., 1909) (M.D.) Physician. U. S. Navy; Lieutenant-Commander, Naval Hospital, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii,
Sartin, Leland Stanford (B.A., 1929) RepresentatIve, Star Engraving Co., Houston, Texas.
Sasser, Thomas Leo (B.A., 1912) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1926) Pastor, Reidsville, North Carolina.
Satcher, John Hugh (B.S., 1921) Deceased.
Saucier, Edgar Willis (Ph.B., 1910) Secretary, Anchor Building & Loan Assn., 4209 Overlook Road, Birmingham, Ala.
Saucier, Nathaniel Baxter (B.A., 1931) ChaplaIn, CCC, SC P-51, Cleveland, South Carolina.
Saunders, James Elmon Robert (B.S., 1922) Supt. Schools, Philadelphia, Miss.
Savelle, George Monroe (B.S., 1920) MInister, Louise, Miss.
Saxon, Russell Aubrey (B.S., 1918) Deceased.
Scales, Jewelle (B.A., 1935) Teacher, Morton, Miss.
Scarborough, Roger Ernest, Jr. (B.A., 1934) Farming and Insurance Business, Route 3, Louisville, Miss.
Schuh, Harold Manford (B.A., 1932).
Scofield, Oscar Newton (BA., 1923) Teacher, Lee High School, Columbus, Miss.
Scott, Anna Mae (BA., 1934) Teacher, Box 434, McComb, Miss.
Scott, Ernest James (B.S., 1902) Druggist, Tylertown, Miss.
Scott, Estelle (B.A., 1928) Teacher, Pinola, Miss.
Scott, George Emerson (B.A., 1932) Book-keeper, Hernando, Miss,
Scott, John Leonard (B.A., 1931) Chevrolet Sales Agency, Hazlehurst, Miss.
Scott, Joseph Wilmer (BA., 1931) Chevrolet Sales Agency, Hazlehurst, Miss.
Scott, Mefford Powell (B.A., 1924) Teacher-Coach, Shelby Miss.
Scott, Robert Edward (B.A., 1920) Teacher, Sidon, Miss.
Scott, Ruth Elizabeth (B.A., 1933) (Mrs. Marshall H. Legan) Housewife, Louisville, Miss.
Scott, Wallace Cooper (B.A., 1930 )Asst. Finance Director, Tenn. W. P. A., Nashville, Tenn.
Seab, William Carl (Ph.B., 1911) Plantation Manager, Greenwood, Miss.
Seal, Lily Mae (B.A., 1929) Teacher, Sicily Island, La.
Seale, William Eureka (B.S., 1908) Physician, Holly Springs, Miss.
Seward, Byron Foster (B.S., 1914) Merchant and Planter, Louise, Miss.
Seward, Doyle (B.A., and B.S., 1901) (M.D., Jefferson Medical College, 1904) Physician, Yazoo City, Miss.
Sewell, William Lamar (BA., 1937) Minister, 5701 Fifth St., Meridian, Miss.
Seymour, Warren Clifton (B.A., 1934) Teacher, Dixon, Miss.
Shackelford, Walter Malcolm (B.A., 1936) Teacher, Isola, Miss.
Shannon, Robert Philip (B.A., 1927) Teacher-Coach, Woodruff High School, 810 Cleburne, West Helena, Ark.
Shannon, William (B.A., 1930) Foreman, Box Shop, Chicago Mill & Lumber Co., 212 5. Poplar St., Greenville, Miss.
Sharp, James Stuart (B.A., 1898; M.A., Ibid., 1899) (B.S., In C.E., Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1904) Civil Engineer, State Highway Dept., Jackson, Miss.
Sharp, Margaret Webb (B.S., 1918) (Mrs. Kyle M. Yates) Housewife, Care S. B. T. Seminary, Louisville, Ky.
Sharp, Winfield Quin (BA., 1900) Certified Public Accountant, Millsaps Bldg., (Residence: 1110 Poplar Blvd.), Jackson, Miss.
Sheely, Clyde Quitman (B.A., 1926) (M.S., Louisiana State U., 1927) (Ph.D., Ohio State U., 1930) Asst. Professor of Chemistry, Mississippi State College, State College, Miss.
Sheffield, Hubert Stephenes (B.A., 1936) Teacher-Coach, A.H.S., Fulton, Miss.
Sheffield, Robert W. (B.A., 1925) Planter, Inverness, Miss.
Sheffield, Roy Henderson (B.S., 1925) Teacher-Coach, Leland, Miss.
Shelton, Trenton Garfield (B.A., 1930) Employee, State Highway Dept., Winona, Miss.
Shepherd, M. A. (BA., 1891) Deceased.
Sheppard, Edgar Wilroy (B.A., 1931) Chemical Dept., Hercules Powder Co., 109 Dearborn St., Hattiesburg, Miss.
Shettles, Landrum Brewer (B.A., 1933) (MS., U. of New Mexico, 1934) (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins U., 1937) Special Research Fellow, Biology Dept., Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore, Md.
Shirley, James Leon (B.A., 1936).
Shivers, William Owen (B.A., 1929) Teacher, Weir, Miss.
Shoemaker, Arthur Roy (B.A., 1903) Attorney, Richton, Miss.
Shoemaker, William Joseph (B.A., 1911) Farmer, Bay Springs, Miss.
Shoemaker, William Wayne (B.A., 1937) Teacher-Band Director, Men. denhall, Miss.
Shuford, Thomas Eaton (B.S., 1902) Deceased. Sibley, Samuel Warren (B.S., 1877) Deceased.
Sigrest, Virginia Norine (B.A., 1930) (Mrs. Tom B. Nealey) Teacher, 1304 5. 29 St., Temple, Texas.
Simmons, Alton Colon (B.A., 1927) Business, Hazlehurst, Miss. Simmons, Bryan (B.A., 1898; D.D., Ibid., 1934) Evangelist, Mississippi
Baptist Convention Board, Box 530, Jackson, Miss. Simmons, Edgar Joseph (B.S., 1893) Attorney, Magnolia, Miss.
Simmons, Irene Biggers (Mrs. T. V.) (B.A., 1926) Teacher, Ouachita Parish High School, 115 Stone St., Monroe, La.
Simmons, Joseph Preston (B.A., 1915) Farmer, Louln, Miss.
Simmons, Luther T. (B.A., 1926) Pastor, Louln, Miss.
Simmons. Marshall Maurice (B.S., 1911) Business, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Simmons, Ronny Boyd (B.A., 1934) Teacher, Beat 4 School, Route 7, Meridian, Miss.
Simmons, Sidney Farrar, Jr. (B.A., 1933) Chemist, Bogalusa Paper Co., Bogalusa, La.
Simmons, Thomas Verbie (B.S., 1914) Chancery Clerk, Bay Springs, Miss. Simmons, William James (BA., 1937) Mercantile Business, Utica, Miss.
Simmons, William Lloyd (B.A., 1932) Mercantile Business, Tylertown, Miss.
Simmons, W. T. (B.S., 1900) Deceased.
Simmons, William Wyatt (B.A., 1905) Attorney, Cleveland, Miss.
Simpson, Frank Lamar (BA., 1934) Teacher, Kosciusko, Miss.
Simpson, Joe Frank (BA., 1928) Teacher, 903 Main St., Greenville, Miss.
Simpson, Walter Clark (BA., 1930) Teacher, J. Z. George School, North Carrollton, Miss.
Simpson, Wilton Winfred (B.A., 1930) Minister-Teacher, Ackerman, Miss.
Sims, Gordon G. (B.A., 1857) Deceased..
Sims, Thacker Winter (B.A., 1858) Deceased.
Singletary, Charles (BA., 1911; M.A., Ibid., 1915) Federal Junior Agricultural Statistician, Gulfport, Miss.
Skinner, Willis Leander (B.L., 1857) Deceased.
Slay, Robert Brown (BA., 1931) Oil Service Business, Magnolia Petroleum Co., 332 Olive St., Shreveport, La.
Slay, Walter Erwin (BA., 1933) Clerical Work, Southern Bell Telephone Co., National Park Hotel, Vicksburg, Miss.
Slocumb, Eloise (BA., 1928) (Mrs. Norris McDavid) Housewife, Tampa, Fla.
Smart, Robert Forte (BA., 1927) (M.A., Harvard U., 1929; Ph.D., Ibid., 1935) Associate Professor of Biology, U. of Richmond, Va.
Smith, Archie P., Jr. (B.A., 1929) County Supt. of Education, Monticello, Miss.
Smith, Barron Athalone (B.S., 1917) Business, Magee, Miss.
Smith, Benjamin B. (B.L., 1895) Deceased.
Smith, Carnie Edgar (B.A., 1932) Supt. Linwood School, McDonald, Miss.
Smith, Charles Walden (BA., 1934) Book-keeper and Asst. Credit Man, Sherwin-Williams Paint Co., 1212 North 21 Place, Birmingham, Ala.
Smith, Chester Winfield (B.S., 1901) Deceased.
Smith, Clarence DeWitt (BA., 1915) (MS., U. of Iowa, 1925; Ph.D., Ibid., 1927) Professor of Mathematics, Mississippi State College, State College, Miss.
Smith, D. Wade (B.A., 1924) Pastor, Turner Memorial Baptist Church, Fort Worth, Texas.
Smith, E. T. (B.A., 1898) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1903) Minister, Route 3, Amarillo, Texas.
Smith, Frances Elizabeth (BA., 1937) Teacher, Johns, Miss.
Smith, Gladys (B.A., 1926) (B.M.T., Womanís Missionary Union Training School, 1929) (Mrs. Bela Udvarnoki) Missionary, 11 Margit Rakpart 29, Budapest, Hungary.
Smith, John Bryant (BA., 1926) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1932) Pastor, Ackerman, Miss.
Smith, May Eudora (BA., 1926) Teacher, City Schools, Jackson, Miss.
Smith, Robert Lossie (B.A., 1925) Deceased.
Smith, Robert Walker (BA., 1927) Lumber Business, Magee, Miss.
Smith, Samuel Joseph (B.S., 1914) Employee, State Revenue Dept., Shreveport, La. (Residence: 415 Colquit St., Bossier City, La.)
Smith, Sollie Iven (B.A., 1936) Student, Baptist Bible Institute, New Orleans, La.
Smith, Wade Herman (Ph.B., 1911) Deceased.
Smith, Wiley Croom (B.A., 1916) (M.A., George Washington U., 1926) Chemist, Bureau of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (Residence: 2101 Rolfe St., Clarendon, Va.)
Smith, William Grady (B.A., 1932) Government Work, 809 Church Ave., Meridian, Miss.

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