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Ma roon Jackets Mem bership Officers President . . . Alta Moorman Vice-President . . Alline Boddie Secretary . . . Catherine Loyd Treasurer .... Grace Julian Alpha Xi Delta Mary Ella Bartschmid Catherine Loyd Doris Snell Chi Omega Emily Cashore Alta Moorman Dorothy Stephenson Zeta Tau Alpha Grace Julian Mary Agnes Railsback Martha Shepherd Non-Sorority Alline Boddie Lois Philyaw Frances Wellborn The Jackets line up before marching on at the half ... In the stands they watch the game with inteiest horn their front row seats . . . Coming out of a letter formation, the Jackets lead off . . . They relax and look pretty lor the cameraman when the duties of the day are done.
Page 100 text:
The Centenary Maroon Jackets . . . official hostesses for the college. THE MAROON JACKETS " Tramp, tramp, tramp, the girl ' s are marching! " is the theme song of the Maroon Jackets, and march they did, right up to the fore of the band and the campus this year. Organized and sponsored by Dean of Women Mrs. A. R. Campbell, this group took over its usual and unusual duties on the campus as the twelve hostesses of Centenary College with renewed interest immediately after the summer vacation. They served as guides for hordes of bewildered freshmen, helping them arrange schedules, conducting them to classes, and showing them the ropes in general. When the uproar of registration had somewhat subsided the girls took up their marching seriously and under the combined tutoring of drum experts, Adam West, John Van- trease, and John Morwood, they improved to such an extent that they were promoted to the front of the band and led it through many intricate formations during the season. In addition to accompanying the band on all football trips and all other occasions, the Maroon Jackets form an official welcoming group for all visitors to the college, and serve at every campus function, usually after preparing many hours before hand for the same function. Perhaps this sounds like too much work to the casual observer, but to wear a Maroon Jacket is one of the most coveted of campus honors. The girls are chosen from the Junior and Senior class, three girls from each campus organization, and are elected by the outgoing members on the basis of scholarship, ap- pearance, and personality. A new Maroon Jacket steps into her position with the realization that she is an of- ficial representative of Centenary College and that she must wear her jacket with the honor it so rightly deserves.
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The Cen Coe offi- cers look very happy about t h e whole thing. THE CENCOES Officers President Alta Moorman Vice-President Jo Beth Nelson Secretary -Treasurer Mary E. Lewis Members June Austermell Winifred Boles WlLDA BEDINGFIELD Emily Cashore Joy Clark Fay Forshee Frances Goodson Betty Heath Grace Ingersoll Mary Evelyn Lewis Marguerite Lockhart Catherine Loyd Betty Mason Eileen Maynard Alta Moorman Doris Mulkey Mary B. Mulkey To Beth Nelson Martha O ' Neal Kitty J. Osborne Mary A. Railsback Edna E. Richardson Virginia Reily Marjie Schilling Martha Shepherd Margaret Simmons Dorris Snell Dorothy Stevenson Azile Wagner Helen Webb The CenCoes, Centenary ' s only inter-sorority organ- ization, celebrated the close of their third year on the campus by blossoming forth in their new triangular charms, bearing their name and the inevitable Ma- roon and White colors. Each of the thirty girls wearing this emblem of the order is pledged to live up to the purpose and ideals of the organization, which is to forge a stronger chain of friendship between the sor- orities and to provide activity for the summer months. Membership is limited to town girls, ten from each sorority, and no freshmen are eligible. Officers are determined by alternation, and at present Alta Moor- man guides the fortunes of the group. The CenCoes chief purpose in life is having a good time, and they are eminently successful in this. Their functions, mainly picnics and dances, are looked forward to in hopeful anticipation by the rest of the campus. Austermell, Bedinqtield, Boles . . . Cashore, Clark, Foishee . . . Goodson, Heath, Ingersoll . . . Lewis, Lockhart, Loyd . . . Mason, May- nard, Moorman . . . Mulkey, D., Mulkey, M., Nelson . . . O ' Neal, Osborn, Railsback . . . Richardson, Reily, Shepherd . . . Schilling, Simmons, Snell . . . Stephenson, Wagner, Webb.
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