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The Yoncopin, 1933 s YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Reorganized after a lapse of several years, the Y. W. C. A. has been actively engaged in so- cial welfare work in the city and active in many ways on the campus. In the weekly meetings the members have had discussion groups and talks on World Fellowship, Personality, and Self- Development, many phases of Religion, and a number of other various and sundry topics. The Y. W. C A. has co-operated with the Y. M. C. A. in conducting vesper services every Sunday evening for the student body and faculty members . Ever before them was their pur- pose, " To Live More Abundantly. " Sponsors Mrs. LeRov Carlson Mrs. Clarence Shaffer Officers Miss Dotothy Moss President Miss Mary Emily Barrett . lire-President Miss Margaret King . . Miss Mary Blanche Scales Secretary Treasurer Lucile Althar Edith Bailey Mary Emily Barrett Annie Ruth Brown Marjorie Brown Mrs. Mable Campbell Ruth Carlton Edith Cox Hazel Daniels Eloise Edwards Melba Edwards Members Glynn Ellis Helen Embry Margaret Gray Pearl Hattic Shirley Howard Randle Johnson Margaret King Flavia Learv Dorothy Moss Hazel Lea Novell Marjorie O ' Neal Elva Pugh • PAGE 144 • Nema Pugh Blanche Rucker Julia Scales Mary Blanche Scales Miriam Smith Lillian Trichel Gordis Ware Myrtle Virginia Weir Ruth Weir Marjorie Whitten Carolyn Yearwood
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The Yoncopin, 1933 Top Row: Mrs. M. Levy, Mrs. M. Plilar, Mrs. J. H. Hardin, Mrs. Bottom Row: Mrs. R. L,. String-fellow. Mrs. J. W. Crowder, Mrs. C. Mrs. T. M. Brownlee, Mrs. J. R. Crawford, E. Connell Mrs. Sam Baird. Shaffer, Mrs. T. C. Clanton, CENTENARY MOTHERS ' CLUB Four years ago President George S. Sexton called a meeting of the mothers of students and friends of the college, and out of that meeting the Mothers ' Club of Centenary College was or- ganized. The aim of the organization being what the name would imply, " To serve whenever and wherever we could. " The first definite work of the club was the remodeling of the College Chapel. Other work has been furnishing of the Y. M. C. A. room, beginning on a plan of landscaping the campus. Probably the most outstanding or the most needed work was done last year in rearranging and refurnishing the college library. For their work this year they have attempted to make Colonial Hall more attractive, rearrang- ing the entrance hall and living room. Officers Mrs. Clarence Shaffer . President Mrs. Walter Crowder First Vice-President Mrs. Robert L. Stringfellow • Second Vice-President Mrs. T. M. Brownlee ..... Recording Secretary Mrs. Sam Baird Corresponding Secretary Mrs. M. Plilar Treasurer Mrs. Max Levy luditor Mrs. Abel Bliss Parliamentarian Mrs. John A. Hardin .......... Historian Committees Mrs. Ab el Bliss Hays and Means Chairman Mrs. T. C. Clanton Building Chairman Mrs. R. L. Stringfellow • Social Chairman Mrs. Walter Crowder .... Membership Chairman Mrs. J. R. Crawford Publicity Chairman Mrs. W. E. Connell • Grounds Chairman Mrs. Clarence Shaffer .... Good Cheer Chairman • PAGE 143 •
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The Yoncopin, 1933 ' i MAROON JACKETS The Maroon Jackets, a group of upperclass girls, elected from the three sororities and the nonsorority group, was organized in J 931. The purpose of the organization is to build up a better Centenary spirit and to act as a welcoming body to all visiting college groups. 1 he Maroon Jackets had a very successful year, having taken an important place in the dedication of the stadium, the night football game in Dallas, and also during the half of the L. S. U.-Cenetnary game. They were always on hand during the whole engagement and added much pep and color. Officers Nema PUGH President RUTH Lee Secretary Mary Blanche Scales Treasurer • PAGE 145 •
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