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of Chi Omega k¥ Mrs. James McClure President oi Alumni. OFFICERS President Virginia Doyle Vice-President Mary Joe Sellers Secretary Alta Moorman Treasurer Carolyn Cotton ACTIVES Sara Louise Adams Montile Hoffer Jean Ellen Adsit Lessie Claire Hudson Cora Burton Dorothy McGee Thelma Cole Alta Moorman Joy Clark Edna Earle Richardson BOBBYE CONNELL MARY Joe SELLERS Carolyn Cotton Grayce Ellen Slattery Virginia Doyle Dorothy Stephenson Azelie Durst Jean Taylor Mildred Findley Olga Thibodeaux Julia Gayle Emily Cashore Mary Hamner Kittie Jane Osborn Deaver Hamrick PLEDGES Mary Virginia Adsit Ann McFadden Mattie Elizabeth Baker Doris Mulkey Louvenia Baxter Mary Betty Mulkey Ferne Bessler Frances Norton Lucille Bettis Miriam Russ Adelaide Boggs Vyvian Smyle Mary Cole Azile Wagner Katy Beth Collins Ruth Watkins lOLA FlNCHER JuNE SeRWICH Mary Hardin Beatrice Carlton Carolyn Harris Jane McCullough Eileen Maynard Cotton, M. V. Adsit, Doyle, Baker — Hoiiei, Connell, Collins, Watkins — Richardson, Cashore, Serwich, Fincher — . E. Adsit, Hamner, Burton, Osborn — D. Mulkey, M. B. Mulkey, Besseler, Clark — Smiley, Boggs, Harris, M. Cole — Hardin, Wagner, A. McFadden, McCullough — Baxter, Moorman, Russ, Durst — T. Cole, Sellers, Gayle, Bettis — Thibodeaux, Maynard, Stephen- son, Norton — Hamrick, Slattery, Taylor, Adams, Findley.
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ota Gamma Chapter Chi Omega was lounded at the University oi Arkansas, April 5, 1895. Originating in the South, it has since spread to all parts of the country, being truly national with 91 active chapters. Among the varied phases oi the Chi Omega program are the National Achieve- ment Award, a gold medal to be presented annually to an American woman oi notable achievement. Each active chapter awards annually a prize to the woman student in its college who excels in the work of the department of social service. In 1930, Chi Omega presented to the University of Arkan- sas, the Mother chapter, a magnificent Greek open air theater. Iota Gamma chapter was established in 1928; has proved itself worthy of the place it occupies in campus life. For its clever football tavern at Hcmecoming the sorority was awarded the cup for the best decorated lodge. The celebration of their tenth birthday, the organizing of a Mothers ' Club, and the planting of red bud trees along the path between South Hall and the Arts Building as a gift to the college are among their accomplish- ments as an organization. Prominent alumni include Miss Mary Mims, Mrs. Eakin Wheless, Mrs. Charlton Lyons, Mrs. C. P. Munday, and Mrs. Greene Smitherman. Among the Chi Omegas who have held places of leadership on the campus are: Virginia Doyle, president of Alpha Chi, treasurer of the Student Body, most versatile girl; Edna Earle Richardson, cheerleader and Miss Centenary; Grayce Ellen Slattery, cutest girl; Mary Jo Sellers, vice-presi- dent of Alpha Chi; Beatrice Carlton, president of Alpha Sigma Pi; and Adelaide Boggs, a featured singer with the Kollege Kapers show. 1. Between classes, at the Aits building, a group ot Chi O ' s and Iriends. 2. More oi the same thing. 3. Pledges turn out en masse for a iootball game. 4. President V. Doyle, the brains ot this organization. 5. Edna Earle, cheerleader, Miss Centenary, and new presi- dent is Chi Omega ' s pride and joy.
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3eta Gamma Chapter Founded at Lombard College, Galesburg , Illinois on April 17, 1893, Alpha Xi Delta in its 45 years ol exist- ence has acquired some 54 chapters and approximate- ly 10,000 members. Beta Gamma chapter was estab- lished at Centenary College, March 28, 1931. Included in the sorority ' s national program is a Founders ' Memorial Loan Fund which was estab- lished in 1922, granting loans on a competitive basis to Juniors and Seniors, and a fellowship of $1,000 given each two years to some woman out- side the membership who desires to pursue ad- vanced studies in medicine or in social science. Alpha Xi Delta also gives support to the Carcas- sonne Community Center, a mountain school in Letcher County, Kentucky. This past year the chapter locally achieved the highest scholarship record on the campus at mid- term, helped in establishing a chapter at L. S. U., and received visits from, national officers. Their Alumnae organization was particularly cooper- ative and under the guidance of Mrs. Clarence Shaffer, Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Dorothy Moss, and Mary Warters, the chapter continued to grow. Five outstanding members of this current year who have played a leading role in campus affairs are Marguerite Lockhart, Most Popular girl, cheer- leader, and Secretary of the Sophomore class; Cornelia Row, Secretary-Treasurer of Pan-Hel- lenic, Secretary-Treasurer of the Senior Class, Secretary-Treasurer of Chi Sigma Nu and a Ma- roon Jacket; Helen Rosenblath, Drum Major, Kol- lege Kapers, and chosen as one of the six most beautiful girls in the state, and Irbie Palmer, Presi- dent of Chi Sigma Nu and secretary of Alpha Chi. 1 . The Alpha Xi ' s clean house. 2. The basketball team which was very good, but not quite good enough. 3. Cornelia looks happy — maybe because of that 90 on her comprehensive. 4. Rough treatment tor bad pledges, but they seem to enjoy it. 5. Newly elected President Lockhart is queen ol all she surveys
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