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Chi Omega Officers President .... Edna Earle Richardson Vice-Piesident Cora Burton Secretory Emily Cashore Treasurer Dorothy Stephenson Pledge Mother Alta Moorman Members Jean Ellen Adsit Mary Virginia Adsit Mattie E. Baker Ferne Besler Lucile Bettis Louvenia Baxter Cora Burton Emily Cashore Joy Clarke Iola Fincher Mildred Findley Mary Hardin Carolyn Harris Eileen Maynard Alta Moorman Doris Mulkey Mary Betty Mulkey Frances Norton Kitty Jane Osborn Edna E. Richardson June Serwich Vyvian Smylie Dorothy Stephenson Azile Wagner Ruth Watkins Pledges Beatrice Carlton Paulyn Gill Marie Hemenway Dorothy Hewett Gladys Hughes Sue Jenkins Margaret Johnson Charlotte Johnston Marjorie Lewis Lois McLaughlin Kathleen McDonald Mary Panky Elizabeth Robertson Anne Robinson Cecile Schaefer Estelle Selser Mary Alice Shores Karen Sue Stewart Margie Thomas Bobbie Turnbow Ethel Williamson Adsit, J., Adsit, M., Baker, Besler, Bettis . . . Baxter, Burton, Carlton, Cashore, Clark . . . Fincher, Findley, Gill, Hardin, Harris . . . Hemenway, Hewett, Hughes, Jenkins, John- son, C. . . . Johnson, M., McDonald, Maynard, Moorman, Mulkey, D. . . . Mulkey, M., Lewis, McLaughlin, Norton, Osborn . . . Pankey, Richardson, Robinson, Selser . . . Schaefer, Shores, Smylie, Stephenson, Stewart . . . Thomas, Turnbow, Wagner, Watkins, Williamson The candid camera catches a group of Chi O ' s indoors . . . Mattie Elizabeth Baker, Emily Cashore and Lou Baxter examine the crest of the order . . . Won ' t you come into my parlor?
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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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Beta Gamma Chapter of Alphc 1 — ' cAJS The Alpha Xi ' s distinguished themselves in all fields this year and left an enviable record for next year ' s crop of members to live up to. First on their roster of honors is the Co-ed Vice-Presidency of the Student Body and of the Student Senate — top political offices for girls on the campus and both of which are held down by the small person of Shorty Loyd. She is also the Chapter ' s Who ' s Who representative and one they are mighty proud of. The Alpha Xi ' s also placed three other class officers and three Student Senate members which indicated that they have a rather loud voice in campus affairs. And no football game would be complete without Cheerleader Lockhart and Band Sweetheart Wini Boles to urge their respective interests on to bigger and better playing. Kollege Kapers claims the attention of four of the Alpha Xi ' s, and the others spend their time either playing basketball, tennis, redecorating their already attractive house, or giving their all for the lodge in one way or another. Alpha Xi ' s chief claims to fame lie in the following members: Marguerite Lockhart, President of the lodge, is a cheerleader for her second term, Vice- President of the Junior Class, a member of the Student Senate, a CenCoe, and Centenary ' s Most Popular Girl. " Shorty " Loyd is Co-ed Vice-President of the Student Body and of Student Senate, a member of Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, Secretary of the Maroon Jackets, on the CenCoe Board, a member of Chi Sigma Nu, the Dramatic Club, the Yoncopin Staff and the Chapel Committee — quite a lot for such a little girl. Mary Evelyn Lewis, Treasurer of the Chapter, Vice-President of the Senior Class, Secretary of the CenCoes, Harvest Princess at Marshall and a member of the Yoncopin Staff, is another prominent Alphi Xi Delta. Winifred Boles is a CenCoe, another veteran of Kollege Kapers, and most important of all — Sweetheart of the Centenary Band, which is an appropriate honor in more ways than one. Another up-and- coming Alpha Xi is Martha O ' Neal — a CenCoe, a member of Pan-Hellenic, captain of the basketball team and brand-new President of the lodge.
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