GREENE - HELMS
Greene, Aucie Rufus (BA., 1926) (M.A., U. of North CarolIna, 1827) Chemist, Louisville Refining Co., Louisville, Ky.
Greene, Chastain Byron (B.A. 1933) Teacher, Sharon School, Route 2, Laurel, Miss.
Green, Edgar L. (B.A., 1889) Physician, Carpenter, Miss.
Green, Elton J. (B.A., 1915) (M.A., Peabody College, 1928) Prof. of History, Northeastern Teachers College, 523 Goingsnake St., Tahiequah, Okla.
Green, Everett Farno (B.A., 1909) Lumber Salesman, 1147 Faxon, Memphis, Tenn.
Green, James Leo (B.A., 1933) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1936) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Louisville, KY.
Green, Lamar Thomas (BA., 1931) Salesman, Standard Life Ins. Co., Jackson, Miss.
Green, Leroy Ellsworth (B.A., 1929) (Th.M., Baptist Bible Institute, 1933, Th.D., IbId., 1935) Pastor, Prentiss, Miss.
Green, 0. Charles (B.S., 1895) Deceased.
Green, Theophilus Walton (BA., 1903; D.D., Ibid., 1930) Minister, Wee-son, Miss.
Green, Wyatt A. (B.S., 1916) Pastor, Waynesboro, Miss.
Greer, Hugh G. (B.A., 1917) (M.A., U. of Chicago) Co. Supt. of Education, Monroeville, Ala.
Greer, Mantell Augustus (B.S., 1921) Business, Louisville, Miss.
Gregg, Mavis Helon (BA., 1936) Secretarial Work, Eupora, Miss.
Gregory, Holllngsworth Franklin (BA., 1926) First Lieutenant, Air Corps, U. S. Army, Washington, D. C.
Gregory, Lewis Franklin (EL., 1896) Pastor, Shelby, Miss. Gregory, Louis Matthew (B.A., 1929) Special Army Representative, Lincoln National Life Ins. Co., 02 Giddens-Lane Bldg., Shreveport, La.
Gregory, Owen Farrar (BA., 1931) Scout Executive, 303 Court House, Shreveport, La.
Gresham, Nita Pearl (B.A., 1937) Teacher, Mendenhall, Miss.
Gresham, Robert Raspberry (B.A., 1913) Teacher, Fort Meyers, Fla.
Gresham, William Walton (B.A., 1910) Merchant, Indianola, Miss.
Gresham, William Williamson (B.A., 1912 Auto Service Stations, Indianola, Miss.
Grice, Barney Lee (B.A., 1912) Supt. Fair Oak Springs School, Brookhaven, Miss.
Griffin, Jesse Denman (B.A., 1916) Student, Baptist Bible Institute, 1136 - 6 St., New. Orleans, La.
Griffith, Benjamin Whitfield, Sr. (B.A., 1872; LL.D., Ibid., 1918) Deceased.
Griffith, Benjamin Whitfield, Jr. (B.S., 1906) (LL.B., Harvard U., 1909) Attorney, Box 2420, Tulsa, Okia.
Grimes, Earl Leroy (B.A., 1932) Government Survey Work, 211 5. Chestnut St., Demopolis, Ala.
Grubbe, Clinton Enoch (B.A., 1937) Assistant Cashier, Standard Oil Co., Jackson, Miss.
Grundy, J. L. (B.A., 1890) Deceased.
Gulledge, Hugh Clifton (B.A., 1937) Graduate Student, U. of NC, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Gunn, John Henry (B.S., 1915) Minister-Teacher, Noxapater, Miss.
Gunn, Walter William (B.S., 1914) FurnIture Business, Charleston, Miss.
Gunter, Charles Pate (B.A., 1938) Teacher-Band Director, Charleston, Miss.
Gunter, Richmond Baker (Ph.B., 1907; D.D., Ibid, 1921) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1912) Secretary, State Baptist Convention Board, Jackson, Miss.
Gurley, Alvie Lee, Jr., (B.A., 1937) Bookkeeper, Corinth, Miss.
Gurney, Birdie (B.A., 1925). Deceased.
Gurney, James Ernest (B.A., 1918).
Gurney, James Thomas (B.A., 1919) Attorney, Orlando, Fla.
Guynes, Charles Oscar. (B.L., 1895) Attorney, Houston, Texas.
Guynes, Edward Anding, Sr. (B.S., 1903) (M.D., Tennessee Medical College, 1906) Physician, 118 Fountain Ave., Knoxville, Tenn.
Habeeb, Albert William (B.A., 1936) 1822 Clay St,, Vicksburg, Miss.
Hackett, Will Rogers, Jr. (B.A., 1928) Teacher, 103 North Edison St., Greenville, Miss.
Haddick, Hiram Thomas (Ph.B., 1872) Deceased.
Hahn, Christian Frederic, Jr. (B.A., 1932) Professional Baseball, and Employee, Standard Oil Co., Laurel, Miss.
Hafley, Isham Andrew (BA., 1876) Deceased.
Hailey, Lyman Parks (B.A., 1914) Business, Tupelo, Miss.
Hailey, Virgil McKnigbt (BA., 1918) Pastor, Luling, Texas.
Haire, Lawrence Fernando (B.A., 1926) Minister-Teacher, Mooreville, Miss.
Haley, Oda Oscar (B.A., 1931) Pastor, Independence, La.
Haley, Percy Edward, Jr. (B.A., 1929) Minister-Teacher, High School, Meridian, Miss.
Hall, Dick Houston, Jr. (B.S., 1919) (Ph.D., S. B. T. Seminary, 1937) Minister, Miami, Fla.
Hall, Edmund 0. (B.S., 1893) Merchant & Planter. Hall, James Deupree (B.A., 1861) Deceased.
Hall, Lee Davis (B.A., 1912) (LL.B., U. of Mississippi, 1915) Attorney, Columbia, Miss.
Hall, Rowland W. (B.L., 1897) (M.D., U. of Tennessee, 1901) Physician, Standard Life Bldg., Jackson, Miss., Home address, Clinton, Miss.
Hall, Roy W. (B.A., 1932) Medical Student, U. of Arkansas, Little Rock, Ark.
Hall, Toxey, Jr. (B.A., 1935) Law Student, University, Miss.
Hall, Wesley W., Jr. (B.A., 1926) (M.D., Tulane U., 1931) Physician, Shelby, Miss.
Hamberlain, John B. (B.A., 1856) Deceased.
Hamblett, Francis Marion (Ph.B., 1915) Business, Marks, Miss.
Hamilton, Carroll Alexander (B.A., 1931) Minister, Skene, Miss.
Hamilton, James Monroe (B.A., 1932) Teacher, Madden, Miss.
Hamilton, Joseph Hanto (B.S., 1914) (Th.M., S. W. B. Seminary, 1928) Minister, Ferriday, La.
Hamilton, Webster Ernest (B.A., 1927).
Hamilton, William Newton (BA., 1911) Deceased.
Hammack, Fred William (B.S., 1896) Druggist, Flora, Miss.
Hammack, Helen Elizabeth (B.A., 1928) (Mrs. Virgil Davis) Housewife, Memphis, Teun.
Hammond, Edward Arnold (B.A., 1928) Proprietor, Hammond Feed Store, Winona, Miss.
Hammond, Florian Seale (B.S., 1913) Teacher, Columbia, Miss.
Hamrlck, DeWitt (B.A., 1922) (M.D., U. of VIrginia, 1926) Physician, Corinth, Miss.
Hancock, Warner Asbury (B.S., 1914) District Field Man, Baptist State Mission Board, 4002 Avenue H, Austin, Texas.
Hand, Robert Granville (B.S. in MedIcine, 1927) (M.D., Tulane U., 1930) Physician, Philadelphia, Miss.
Hanner, Louis Marion, Jr. (BA., 1936) Employee, Burroughs Adding Machine Co., Jackson, Miss.
Hardin, Charles Mitchell (BA., 1917) Business, Calhoun City, Miss.
Hardin, Van Henry (B.A., 1937) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Mullins Hall, Louisville, Ky.
Hardin, Wade Hampton (B.S., 1908).
Hardin, William Sevier (B.A., 1926) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1929) Pastor, Adairville, Ky.
Hardy, John Crumpton (B.A., 1889) (LL.B., Milleaps College) President Emeritus, Mary Hardin-Baylor College, Belton, Texas.
Hardy, William E. (B.A., 1921) (Th.G., S. B. T. Seminary, 1923) Pastor, Scooba, Miss.
Hargrove, Hubbard Hoyt (B.S., 1920) (M.S., U. of Colorado, 1924; Th.M., S. W. B. T. Seminary, 1928; Th.D., Ibid., 1932) Pastor Columbus Ave. Baptist Church, Waco, Texas.
Harlan, Walter Price (B.A., 1931) Teacher-Coach, Newport, Ark.
Harper, Benton George (B.A., 1930) Salesman, J. C. Penney Co., Jackson, Miss.
Harper, Hannon Lafayette (B.A., 1932) Teacher, Soso, Miss.
Harrington, A. J., Jr. (B.S., 1919) Teacher, Montpelier, Miss.
Harrington, John Preston (Ph.B., 1905) Pastor, Parkway Baptist Church, Jackson, Miss.
Harris, Helen Reynolds (B.A., 1933) (B.M.T., W. M. U. Training School, 1935) (Mrs. Howard R. Moon) Housewife, 967 Oakland Ave., Akron, Ohio.
Harris, Hendon Mason (B.S., 1905; M.A., Ibid., 1923) Th.D., S. B. T. Seminary, 1927) Minister-Missionary, Kaifeng, Honon, China.
Harris, James William (B.A., 1925) Teacher, Amite, La.
Harris, Miriam Louise (B.A., 1931) (Mrs. C. E. Mills) Housewife, 2123 5. 19 St., Cuyhoga Falls, Ohio.
Harris, Robert Mitchell (B.A., 1936) Graduate Student, Louisiana Stats U., Box 1400, Baton Rouge, La.
Harris, Sterling Price (B.A., 1892) Deceased.
Harrison, Durward Lamar (B.A., 1932) Supt. School, Calhoun City, Miss.
Harvey, Altos Buren (B.S., 1917) (M.D., Tulane U., 1921) Physician, Tylertown, Miss.
Harvey, James Vernon (B.A., 1923) (M.A., U. of North Carolina, 1925; Ph.D., U. of Wisconsin, 1929) Prof. of Biology, Junior College, San Bernardino, Calif.
Hatch, Percy Edmund (B.A., 1931) Principal, Collinsville School, Route 2, Meridian, Miss.
Hathorn, William Edward (Ph.B., 1903) Deceased.
Hattox, John Stanley (B.S., 1917) (M.A. Peabody College, 1930) Supt. Schools, Winona, Miss.
Havard, Burley, Jr. (BA., 1936) Real Estate Business, 1108 East Beach, Gulfport, Miss.
Hawkins, Alva C. (BA., 1925)
Hawkins, Conan Doyle (B.A., 1922) Teacher, Vardaman, Miss.
Hayes, Rowe (B.L., 1895) Deceased.
Haynes, Edward Noel (B.A., 1929) Principal, Elementary School, Porter, Okla.
Haynes, Francis Marion (B.A., 1861) Deceased.
Haynes, Sheldon Dale (B.S., 1917) Deceased.
Haynes, Walter Emerson (B.A., 1930) District Manager, Chevrolet Motor Co., 1133 W. 29 St., Oklahoma City, Okla.
Haynie, William Booth (BA., 1916) (M.A., Vanderbilt U., 1931) Employee, W. P. A., Nashville, Tenn.
Haywood, Herbert (B.A., 1909) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1918) Minister, 228 McAllister St., San Francisco, Calif.
Head, William T., Jr. (B.S., 1920) Druggist, Terry, Miss.
Heard, Annie Lydia (B.A., 1928) (Mrs. McWhorter) Housewife, Port Gibson, Miss.
Ream, Thomas Russell (B.A., 1927) Manager, Miss. State Employment Service, Laurel, Miss.
Hederman, Robert Michael, Jr. (B.A., 1931) Daily Clarion-Ledger Staff, Jackson, Miss.
Hederman, Thomas Martion, Jr. (B.A., 1932) Daily Clarion-Ledger Staff, Jackson, Miss.
Hederman, Zachary Taylor (B.A., 1935) Graduate Student, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hellen, William Edward (B.A., 1923) Pastor, Superior Avenue Baptist Church, Bogalusa, La.
Helms, Clytee (B.A., 1929) (Mrs. Ralph Hester) Housewife, 843 Fair-view, Jackson, Miss.
Helms, James Ervin (B.A., 1926) High School teacher, Birmingham, Ala.
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