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DELTA PI MEMBERS Continued: Ann Carcill C. R. Carrincton Mildred Cooke Mary Emily Croom Louis Glumac Mildred Gatti Joe Guillory Pearl Hattic Mary Elizabeth Hattaway James Serra Hortense Shearer Helen Sparks Bertha Velinsky Margaret Hope Howard Hooper Fredia Hamner Henry Johnson Gladys Koch Rose Margaret Overton Joyce Friend R. W. Parker Robert Perkins Sam Pernici Raymond Parker Doris Rippy Mattie Trisler Effa Nell Thomas Preston Thompson Mary Jo Sellers Carolyn Yearwood Flavia Leary Myrtle Le Moyne David Mitchell Maurice Miller Jo Newman Beryle Netherton Adolph Horak John Rinehart Pauline Robert Ella V. Ross Mirian Russ Clyde Stallcup Arline Smith Ruth Sanford Josephyne Sewell Ollidyne Sewell Gardis Ware Estelle Wilson Fred Williams Elizabeth White First Row: Webb, Roberts, Overton, Ware. Second Row: Smith, Gatti, Wilson, Hattaway. Third Row: Koch, Perkins, Yearwood, Johnson. Fourth Row : Rippy, Rinehart, Boddie, Hope. Fifth Row : Cooke, Fite, Guillory, Leary. Sixth Row : Thomas, Horak, Pernici, Stallcup. Seventh Row : Sanford, Brown. Eighth Row: Hattic, Binion, Serra.
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First Row : Miller, Parker, Thompson, Sparks. Second Row : Fielder, Newman, O. Sewell, Hamner. Third Row : Broadwell, Russ, Frank, Sellers. Fourth Row : Cargill, Velinsky, Shanks, Le Moyne. Fifth Row: J. Sewell, Croom, Bailey, Adams. Sixth Row: Glumac, Dowling, White, Trisler. Seventh Row: Cantine, Shearer, Hooper, Friend. Eighth Row: Netherton, Williams. DELTA PI Delta Pi, educational fraternity, was organized on Centenary Campus, October 15, 1934, by stu- dents of the Education Department under the su- pervision of Professor W. A. Shanks. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote in- terest in modern educational methods and to pro- vide an opportunity for interesting study of problems concerned with education. The frater- nity has been very active on the campus since its organization, from a social as well as an educa- tional standpoint. Program meetings are held twice each month, and for these programs men prominent in the field of education are secured as speakers. The organization has proved most successful and a source of considerable interest to students of education. OFFICERS Ruth BoDDIE President Louis Glumac .... 1 ice-President Fred Williams Secretary Edith Bailey Reporter W. A. Shanks .... Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Leon Adams Irma Broadwell Edith Bailey Hazel Brown Nina Dowling Eva Lynn Eatman Frank Fite Lucille Frank Cyrus Fielder Rita Cantine D
Page 164 text:
The Centenary College Band has been most outstanding during the past school session. Its presentations and programs not only gave val- uable publicity to the College, but resulted in one of the best organized musical organizations of the Southwest. Directed 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 two extensive tours of surrounding terri- tory during the winter and spring with the Col- lege show. " Kollege Kapers " , has won acclaim throughout Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas. The band chose as sweetheart for the past year, Miss Mary Fraser, a charming Freshman, who was presented during the performances of the Col- lege show, and at the head of each parade. Centenary College Band Personnel Dr. S. D. Morehead Director William T. Harton Drum Major Mary Fraser . Sweetheart Trumpets George Baird Richard Fraser Joe Lewis Ed Murry Robert Nelson Jules Perot Clovis Skeeters Saxophones Frank Fite Harold Forbinc Cecile F orma n W. P. Nelson Edward Patterson Doyle White Clarinets Paul Bartmess W. D. Boddie Charles Hostetler Everette Kincaid Walter Platt Allen Prickett Berts Roberts Trombones Jack Cooke Joe De Fatta Baritone Wiij.iam Stone Drums and Cymbals Leon Adams Elcin Hamner Walter Kirkland John Rinehart Beynon Cheeseman Alto William Fraser Jack F. Lane Bass William Grabill Charles Rathbun
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