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Mulkey, Vincent, O ' Neal, Cole, Yeary, McDonald, Vestal, Petty. Standing: Muse, Pittman, Railsback, McGimsey, Calhoun HOUSEHOLD ARTS CLUB OFFICERS President Mary Agnes Railsback Vice-President Doris Marshall Secretary-Treasurer Mary Cole MEMBERS Mary Cole Mary Betty Mulkey Eleanor Vincent Dorothy Vestal Billie Cady Anne Sandifer Mary Agnes Railsback Willie B. Pittman Mutelle Beene Martha O ' Neal Doris Marshall Harriet Carroll Lurline Yeary Anne Calhoun Virginia Adsit Gypsy Damaris Petty A new organization blossomed forth on the campus this year and has made quite a bit of progress since its early fall inaugural. Much of this progress is due to the determination of the members to succeed in this project and the practicality of its purpose. It is indeed an encouraging sign in this day of typewriters, equal rights, and women with careers, to note such an interest in the homelier and nobler virtues of cooking and sewing as is evidenced by the Household Arts Club. Sponsored by Miss Lida Muse, director of the Home Economics Department, the club endeavors to extend the class work into broader fields and to promote better fellowship among the students. The only requirement for membership is that the student be enrolled in some one of the courses offered by the Department. Since it has been in existence for such a brief time the club has not been able to participate in many activ- ities. However, before each of the monthly meetings, which are presided over by President Mary Agnes Railsback, an interesting and educational program is offered, and from time to time various articles made by the different classes have been placed on exhibit in the library. High spot of this year will be the annual style review at which the handiwork of the various members will be modeled and the latest fashions dis- played As a project for the coming year, the club hopes to become affiliated with the American Home Eco- nomics Association and thereby receive the national recognition which it justly deserves.
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Doyle, Moore, Martin, Dodd, Donoghue, Fulton Fraser, Adsit, Ziehm, Findley, Adams, Storev, Finke Lamarque, Brown, Cotton, Reily, Myers, Bloomer Stallcup, Davis, Hearn, Calhoun, Kelly, Mason, Heath THE FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS President Marie Lamarque Vice-President Ethel Fulton Treasurer Annie Laurie Stallcup MEMBERS Sara Louise Adams Mary Fraser Annie Laurie Stallcup Helen Finke Jean Ellen Adsit Ethel Fulton Helen Webb Helen Storey Margaret Brown Marie Lamarque Mildred Findley Lucien Davis Margaret Calhoun Howard Martin Mary Minta Moore Nancy Bloomer Virginia Doyle Jacqueline Meyers George Hearne Patsy Donaghue Ysleta Dodd Helen Ziehm The French Club continued its accomplishments und picture shows were presented at Centenary Theatre, second to be shown, won the National Prize of Europ The club membership has been limited to twenty-fiv French. The meetings are held the second Tuesday i Some of Centenary ' s French students are planning t summer. Three hours college credit in an elective wi of this trip is not travel alone, but travel combined wi teacher with a wide experience, and a reception int afforded to the American tourist, will be the privilege o Dr. Ford ' s in either Cannes, Rouen or Paris. er the leadership of Dr. Ford. Again this year French La Kermesse Heroique (Carnival in Flanders), the e in 1936. e. Every member must maintain a C average in n each month, with games and refreshments at each, o go with Dr. and Mrs. Ford on their tour of Europe this 11 be given each student on the tour. The main object th study under the leadership of a professional college o real French home life. This opportunity, rarely f party members through the courtesy of friends of The club took an active part in the meetings of the Modern Language Club. Several times during the year French students had charge of the programs. The most interesting report dealt with an inclusive insight into French life as it actually exists.
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THE MINISTERIAL CLUB The Ministerial Club stands as an undying memorial io Dr. George Sexton. The club was founded October 6, 1921, by Dr. George. To be a member one must participate in social and religious programs on the campus, in the city and elsewhere, must be a ministerial student or studying for some definite work in the field of church and religion, must be recommended by a pastor as to sincerity and ability and must be a member of some church. The club has sponsored the nightly prayer meeting in Rotary Hall and has taken an active part in the organization of the college Sunday School. Several members of this organization took an active part in the State Methodist Student Conference at Lafayette. The work done by Jack Cooke, retiring president of the conference was commended by the entire state. Centenary leads this year in their representation on the State Executive Council. C. E. Ewing was elected vice-president, Robert Crichlow was elected publication chairman and Jack Cooke remains on the council by recommendation of the committee. The most outstanding social function of the year is a banquet near the end of the spring semester held at The Forty and Eight Club and sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Gorton. OFFICERS President Vice-Pres. Secretary Treasurer Harold Teer Sanford Wylie Howard Martin C. E. Ewing HONORARY AND FACULTY MEMBERS Dean R. E. Smith, sponsor. President Pierce Cline Dean John A. Hardin Bishop H. M. Dobbs All Methodist Pastors oi Shreve- port. All Ex-Ministerial Students of Centenary College. MEMBERS Sherwood Akins Clayton Bennett Beckom Cavanaugh E. B. Channey Jack Cooke Robert Crichlow D. L. Dykes, Jr. C. E. Ewing, Jr. John Koelmay Howard Martin Woodrow Miles Homer Phil pott Juanita Stewart Charles Swineheart Harold Teer Sanford Wylie Wiley, Miles, Dykes Ewing, Stewart, Crichlow Teei, Philpott, Cavanaugh Cooke, Bennett, Martin
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