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i 19 34 Yoncop in j ■ Top: Hanner, Lee, Quattlebaum, Oden, Fields, Caplis Center: Pyle. Harwood, Wheless, Gorton. Beene, Bell Bottom: Pate, Williams, Rathbun, Stephenson ALPHA PHI MU Alpha Phi Mu is a musical sorority which was organized November i, 1933, by Professor Andrew L. Quattlebaum, head of the Centenary voice department, to further the music students ' knowledge of the famous composers and compositions of the musical world. The club, which is composed of voice students, meets once each month for a study session, following which plans for the following month are discussed. This fraternity has been particularly outstanding in campus activities during the past year, presenting a number of chapel programs and taking part in numerous programs presented by Centenary College. Officers Irene Beene President Beth Lee Vice-President Jean- Harwood Secretary Edna Gail Hanner ... Treasurer Frances Fields Clare Gorton Margaret Haden Beth Lee Lois Lane Frances Oden Irene Beene Members Beth Lee Jean Harwood Edna Gail Hanner Bethel Bates Marv Evelyn Bell Mattie Lee Pate Amy Quattlebaum Grace Virginia Rathbun 48 Lallie Stephens Kathleen Stinette Marv Virginia Williams Mary Pyle Melba Edwards Evelyn Beene Louise Wheeless W V U if if a if if if if if ff o ff
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M9 34 YOnCOP Ifl f u u u u « u u (J u w u u « CARLTON-SCALES ENSEMBLE The Misses Ruth Carlton and Mary Blanche Scales, better known as the Carlton-Scales Two-Piano Ensemble, have been presented by request in two-piano recitals throughout Louisiana and East Texas during their Sophomore, Junior and Senior years at Centenary. They have proven themselves recitalists of unusual ability who have given sympathetic and well-balanced readings of the best in two-piano literature from the works of Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert, Schumann, Chopin, Cesar Franck, Liszt, Debussy, MacDowell, Strauss, Infante, Parrish, and Saint-Saens. Much of the success of this ensemble is due to their instructor, Le Roy Carlson, who with consummate skill has not only trained them in technic, but guided them in intelligent and artistic interpretations. During the past season they have given a fifteen-minute program of two-piano music every Friday evening over KWKH. Their entire repertoire is played from memory. A number of professional engagements have been secure d for next year throughout Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas. Both Miss Scales and Miss Carlton are seniors and will, this year, receive their degrees in music. Miss Scales is vice-president of the Maroon Jackets, is a member of Eta Sigma Chi, honorary scholastic fraternity, is an honor roll student, has served as president of her sorority, Alpha Xi Delta, and is a most active member of the Tre Corde music club. Miss Carlton is a member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority, is press correspondent for the Cen- tenary music school, has for three years written the annual May fete presented at Centenary College, and during the past year wrote the libretta for the operetta, " Louisiana, " which was presented by the Centenary School of Music and the Federation Clubs of Shreveport. 147 V
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g 1 9 3 4 Yoncop in i a c% ! -- " t - - K) a M u w u w M u Aft GIRLS ' CHORAL CLUB Mrs. Claire Gorton, Director The Centenary Girls ' Choral Club was organized at the beginning of the past college year and has proven one of the finest Chora clubs that the local college has ever had. Its enjoyable presentations have won much favorable comment throughout North Louisiana, and the club has been recognized as one of the most promising musical groups in the city. Mrs. Gorton, di- rector of the club, was the distinguished director last year of the Louisiana chorus, which sang over the NBC network during the World ' s Fair. The Choral club was presented in various high schools in this vicinity, was the guest artist group for the Homer Women ' s Department Club, sang for the State Medical Convention, took a leading part in the operetta, " Louisiana, " appeared before the Four Square Bible Class, and took active part in the annual college May fete, besides many other appearances. Maurice Payne Margie Stuckey Melba Edwards Jean McCracken Blanche Rucker Grace Virginia Rathbun Jean Harwood Eddie Turner Members Betty Robinson Clare R. Gorton Margaret Haden Lallie Stevens Marguerite Lemle Frances Oden Lois Parrot Hazel Daniels (Accompanist) 49 Gladys Koch Bethel Bates Mary ' Pyle Edna Gail Hanner Mary E. Bell Kathleen Stinette Nell Ray Tugwell Beth Lee
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