Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1939

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1. The campers meet at the corner drug store. 2. W.A.A. members take things easy. 3. Watch your step, Ethel! 4. " Where are you going, my pretty maids? " 5. The group enjoys a picnic aftei a sail on Cross Lake. 6. Campers relax at the end of a climb. The end of school, however, does not end the inter- ests of this group. The annual summer camping trip to the Ouachita Mountains, inaugurated two years ago by Mr. and Mrs. Davidson, is the feature of the year and a decided success. For five days a group of school weary students enjoy the refreshing moun- tain air, the ole swimming hole, hikes that lead to unknown places, and vigorous mountain climbing. Cooking over an open fire, washing dishes in a run- ning stream, and sleeping among the famed Arkansas insects are all part of the day ' s duties. After this period of roughing it, the company returns to civiliza- tion just in time to register for summer school, har- boring sunburns, mosquito bites, and all the mem- ories of a great time. W A. A. ACTIVITIES

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Volley ball, a favorite of many erstwhile athletes became prominent just as the campus succumbed to the well-known " spring fever " . Pleasant afternoons, otherwise spent lazing or day dreaming, provided the W.A.A. with amusement and exercise. The girls ' tennis team really came into its own this year, staging workouts each afternoon and playing many practice games. Heretofore the boys have monopo- lized the tennis field, but at last the girls are coming to the fore and developing some stars of their own. Matches with various other schools were scheduled and prospects for a successful season are bright. As for parties, this group had its share. Resolving never to have the same kind of entertainment twice, the organization gave many original parties through-out the year. A picnic, a horseback riding party, a hayride, a bicycling party, and an overnight trip to Camp Margaret Hutchinson did their part to make the program varied. The meetings, presided over by President Joyce Reed, were very informal in nature. After the business was discussed, plans for parties were made, and as a suitable climax, re- freshments were served. Another project sponsored by the W.A.A. is Stunt Night, which is held every April first. Every organization on the campus presents a skit of some type in an effort to win the " loving cup " offered for the most amusing feature of the program. This year the first prize — a candy filled meas- uring cup — went to the Kappa Alpha ' s for their amusing bit of " insanity. " Terminating the year ' s campus activities is the annual banquet, which is the occasion for awarding the letters and — most coveted honor of all — the blanket. Last year Edna Earle Richardson was the re- cipient of this honor, having been the most outstanding member of the organization.



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THE CENHOMEC CLUB Officers President Billie Cady Vice-President Martha O ' Neal Secretary-Treasurer Lurline Yeary The Cenhomec Club, as revealed by its name, is an organization for those students interested in such domestic affairs as cooking, sewing, home decoration, and other related subjects. Organized early in 1939, the club has Miss Lou Ware, instructor in Home Economics, as a sponsor and Billie Cady as Pres- ident. Eligible for membership are all girls interested in this course of study, provided their grades are satisfactory. Although this is the club ' s first year on the campus, it has already established its place in the family of honorary fraternities and departmental groups of the college. As yet, the organization is not affiliated with the National Home Economics Clubs, but this is the first step on next year ' s program for growth and development. At present the members are planning to send a delegate to the Louisiana State Confer- ence to be held this spring. Several definite contributions have been made by the Cenhomec members in the general line of campus improvement. They have inaugurated a campaign to add pleasure and cheerfulness to the weekly chapel meetings and thereby have undertaken the project of furnishing flowers on these and other occa- sions. Equally commendable is the general spirit of interest and ambition which marks the attitude of all the members, and assures a bright future for this newest of the college clubs. Members Mary Virginia Adsit June Austermell Virginia Breithaup Jimmie Black Billie Cady Dorothy Jane Dixon Dorothy Durr Lillian Gibson Frances Glassell Mrs. S. L. Gorton Dorothy Hewett Helen Heath Alice Leah McGimsey Lois McLaughlin Jean Miles Mary Betty Mulkey Martha O ' Neal Betty Ann Perrin Willie B. Pittman Mary A. Railsback Bobbie Turnbow Dorothy Vestal Mildred Walker Virginia Walker Lurline Yeary The home makers of tomorrow pose for a group portrait today.

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