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Ta u A I d h p n a Officers President Martha Shepherd Vice-President June Austermell Secretary Nancy Bloomer Treasurer .... Mary Agnes Railsback Members June Austermell Patty Bartmess Nancy Bloomer Lorraine Bost Mary F. Collins Bette Heath Grace Ingersoll Grace Julian Dorothy Kelly Betty Mason Jo Beth Nelson Mary A. Railsback Virginia Reily Dorothy Robinson Martha. Shepherd Ethel Shropshire Margaret Simmons Annie L. Stallcup Estelle Steele Werdna Stokes Mildred Walker Helen Webb Pledges Mary Baird Frances Boatner Ann Burnette Carolyn Canon M. Chamberlain Jo Ann Connolly Lee Alice Clay Elizabeth Davis Claudia Dickson Margie Giles Margaret Gillespie Martha Hamner Helen Heath Myrian Holloway Jane Johnson Virginia Frances Kizer Sarah Menefee Jean Miles Elise Montgomery Jane Nicholson Lorraine O ' Roark Dorothy Porter Jodie Riggins Helen Shaw- Elizabeth Sheppard Sylvia Smith Betty Stagg Jean Stokes Genevieve Strohe Virginia Walker White Austermell, Baird, Bartmess, Boatner, Bloomer . . . Burnette, Canon, Chamberlain, Clay, Collins . . . Connolly, Davis, Dickson, Giles, Gillespie . . . Hamner, Heath, B., Heath, H., Holloway, Ingersoll . . . Johnson, Julian, Kelly, Kizer, Mene- fee . . . Miles, Mason, Montgomery , Nelson, Nicholson . . . O ' Roark, Porter, Railsback, Riggins, Reily . . . Robinson, Shaw, Shepherd, Sheppard, Shropshire, Simmons . . . Smith, Stagg, Stallcup, Steele, Stokes, ]., Stokes, W. . . . Strohe, Turner, Walker, M., Walker, V., Webb, White This group of Zetas are very interested in a Yoncopin — of all things! . . . Officers for the year are Martha Shepherd, June Auestermell, and Mary Agnes Railsback . . . The Zeta Follies swing out for the benefit of some sisters
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Beta lota Chapter of Zeta ' ty The Zetas can vigorously deny that " uneasy lies the head that bears the crown, " for their three members of the Royal family all bear their honors grace- fully and don ' t seem to be the least bit disturbed by them. Fit for a queen, too, is the new Zeta Mansion, which was officially opened last summer and has been the scene of many festive occasions since. In addition to their trim green and white brick house, which is definitely the best on the campus, (ask the Zetas) they boast the fanciest neon light to dazzle the eyes of the spectators. In class elections, the girls copped more than their share of the honors, placing four officers, but winning elections and dating K A ' s didn ' t occupy all their time. That their interests are broad is evidenced by the various activities in which the members engage. Scholastically the Zetas are tops on the campus, which is nc small honor considering how many pies they have their hands in. The Number One of the chapter — Martha Shepherd — is Secretary to the Junior Class, a Maroon Jacket, a Cen Coe, a member of Pan Hellenic, and was a Maid in the Sugar Bowl Court at New Orleans. Mary Agnes Railsback, who keeps the financial affairs of the Zetas straight, ruled as Queen of the Homecoming celebration, and is a Maroon Jacket, a Cen Coe, a member of the W.A.A. and of " Who ' s Who, " and was selected as the Centenary Lady in the popularity contest. June Austermell, as Vice-President, is the official advisor of the largest group of sorority pledges on the campus. She is one of the two bell lyre play- ers, the only girl members of the marching band — a Cen Coe, and a member of Pan-Hellenic. Grace Julian — chapter Historian — is another Zeta who partici- pates in numerous activities. She is Editor of the Yearbook, President of Chi Sigma Nu, Treasurer of the Maroon Jackets, a member of Alpha Chi, another of Centenary ' s " Who ' s Who " representatives, and by virtue of all this, the Most Versatile Girl. Dorothy Kelly and Jo Beth Nelson are so inseparable that it ' s impossible not to name them together. Both are prominent in Kollege Kapers, while Kelly leads the chapter in scholarship, is a member of the French and Dramatic Club, and was selected as the Most Charming Co-ed, and Jo Beth is Vice-President of the Cen Coes.
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ota Gamma Chapter of err ;rT « i The Chi Os also worked busily during the summer months, moving and im- proving their house, so that at the beginning of the term they presented a new face to the world. Matching their white brick terrace and porch furniture, they also erected a miniature white bridge plus stepping stones which add a touch of color to the South Hall corner. Another Chi Omega project to be applauded consists of planting red bud trees along the main campus walk in an effort to further beautify the forty acres. Conspicious at every football game was the Chi Omega pep squad— composed mostly of pledges dressed in white skirts and sweaters bearing the fraternity ' s Greek letter initials — who gave additional support to Head Cheerleader Edna Earle. The girls of the X and the Horseshoe also inaugurated the custom of Monday Nite suppers before each meeting, when a prominent speaker ad- dresses the group on some subject or holds a round table discussion. This Easter the Centenary Chapter of Chi Omega will be host to their sister chapters in the state at the Easter Eleusinian and the plans are being made now to make the occasion an outstanding one. Edna Earle Richardson, the President of the lodge, has long been a prominent figure at Centenary. This is her fourth year as cheerleader, and she ' s come to be such a fixture at every athletic event that it ' s hard to visualize anything tak- ing place without her. Edna Earle is also Pan-Hellenic president, a CenCoe, Secretary of the Student Senate and Student Body, and the Chi Omega ' s Who ' s Who representative. Alta Moorman — Pledge Mother, is President of the Maroon Jackets, President of the CenCoes, a member of Pan-Hellenic and social editor of the Conglomerate. Another Chi Omega with journalistic tendencies is Beatrice Carlton — associate editor of the Conglomerate, likewise noted for her outstanding grades, her work as a student assistant and her position on the tennis team. Emily Cashore, Secretary of the chapter, is a CenCoe, and a Maroon Jacket, as are both Joy Clark and Dorothy Stevenson, two more prominent Chi Omega ' s,
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