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;; 19 34 Yoncop in j u u If w u u (J CENTENARY BAND The work of the Centenary College band has been the most outstanding in years, during the past school session, for it has consisted of a variety of programs and presentations that have not only given valuable publicity to the college, but have resulted in a well organized, musical organization. Headed by Professor S. D. Morehead, the band went on the majority of football trips, always gave a colorful parade during the half of every football game, and made an ex- tensive tour of the surrounding territory during the spring, with the college show, " Kollege Kapers, " which was widely acclaimed throughout Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas. The band chose a sweetheart for the past year in the person of Miss Mabel Kemp, a lovely brunette freshman, who was presented during the performances of the college show, and at the head of every band parade. Centenary College Band Personnel For 1933-34 Dr. S. D. Morehead Director Will Tom Lea Drum Major Trumpets Joe T. Lewis Richard Fraser Murrel Cox Robert Nelson Alto William Fraser Tommy Youngblood Joe DeFatta Be William Grabill Charles Rathbun Drums and Cymbals Walter Kirkland Billy McConnell Karl Tooke Leon Adams Horace Holder Elgin Hamner Jacques Caspari 145 Saxophones Charles Pattersn Frank Fite Clarinets Allen Prickett J. M. Kyle Leonard Greenfield
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v 19 34 Yoncop in j Top : Cowen Center: Triehel, Carlton, Overton- Bubenzer, Jenkins, French Bottom: Hodges, Rucker, Hardin, Bailey, Scales MAROON JACKETS Overflowing with Southern hospitality the Maroon Jackets, lovely hostesses of Centenary College, met and mingled with visitors on the campus during the past year. Composed of some of the loveliest and most outstanding girls on the Centenary campus, the Maroon Jacket group, in their white skirts and maroon jackets, with jaunty white berets perched on their collegiate heads, have played a most picturesque part in college life. ( )fficers Vera Mae Cowen President Mary Blanche Scales . . . . ' Vice-President Katherine French Secretary Bessie Bubenzer Treasurer Members Lillian Trichel Rose Margaret Overton Lillian Jenkins Virginia Hodges Edna Hardin Mary Blanche Scales Ruth Carlton Bessie Bubenzer Katherine French Blanche Rucker Edith Bailey Vera Mae Cowen 144 M W W il U u u u w it u u
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L ' I9 M Yoncop in i THE CORDE MUSIC CLUB The Tie Gorde Music Club, organized in 1931, from the recital class of Le Rov Carlson, became a member of the National Federation of Music Clubs in 1932. The object of this organization is to encourage creative effort among its members, develop a knowledge and appre- ciation of the Music of the Masters of the past, and a sympathy and understanding of the com- posers and artists of the present. High points in the achievements of the club include annual MacDowell Benefits featuring MacDowell music, both instrumental and choral; presentation of Southern artists: Mme. Eugenie Wehrmann-Schaffner and Ernest Powell; annual Colonial Tea and Musicale featuring early American Music; an Operetta, " Louisiana, " written by Edith McLennan and Ruth Carlton, pre- sented at the Municipal Auditorium, staged by Talbot Pearson, directed by Le Roy Carlson; acting as official hostess to the Convention of the State Federation of Music Clubs at Shreve- port, April 12-14, 1934. Officers Le Rov Carlson Director Ruth Carlton . . . ■ ... President Mary Blanche Scales . Mrs. Morris Adger Ruth Carlton Henrietta Carnahan Ray Carpenter Edith Cox Jane Craig Hazel Daniels Vice-President Membership Dorothy Glynn Ellis Frances Fields Mrs. E. L. Ford Joanna Glassell Edith McLennan Mattie Lee Pate Dorothy Glynn Ellis .... Secretary Edith Cox Treasurer Hazel Daniels Librarian Minerva Petty Mrs. S. C. Robinson Lena Valen St. John Mary Blanche Scales Hortense Shearer Clovis Smart Mrs. Yandell Wideman Mrs. Le Roy Carlson Dr. and Mrs. W. Ancie Smith Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Smith Hoxorary Membership President and Mrs. Pierce Cline Dr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Sexton Bishop and Mrs. Hoyt M. Dobbs 146 if w u u u « if if u u if if if il
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