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PSI DELTA CHI Officers President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Ashley Sibley Frank Keith Truett McConneell Psi Delta Chi, Centenary Honorary Psychology Society, was organized in 1937, under the name of the Psychology Discussion Club, for which the Greek letters of the present honor society stand. The organization was an outgrowth of a Mental Hygiene Society created through the efforts of Dr. Young, Professor of Psychology at L. S. U. and was sponsored by Dr. C. L. Odom, then Professor of Psychology at Centenary. The present society consists of members of the Psychology department classes, who have an average of " B " or above in that subject, these restrictions being set up when the group re-organized this year. There are at present nearly fifty members of the society. Psi Delta Chi is affiliated with the Louisiana State Mental Hygiene Society, and has as its purpose the development of its members and others in all forms of Psychology and Mental Hygiene through individual and group action. Meetings are held the second Thursday in every month of the school year at which time outstanding speakers address the group on subjects pertaining to Psychology. Members Virginia Adair William Bauman Marion Blanchard Olivia Bott Margaret Brown WlNFRED BYNUM BlLLIE CADY Ethel Cady Earnest Carter Yetta Chapman Lee Alice Clay Mary Collins Bobbye Connell Dorothy Dixon Faye Forshee Lois Garrison Hessie Marie Gaston Margaret Gillespie Carlton Graff Dorothy Herrin Jack Keenan Frank Keith Cyrus Kilgore Collier Kinnebrew Burchall Lyles Marguerite Lockhart Truett McConnell John Marshall Marcia Moore Florence Neel Lorraine O ' Roark Phyllis Rhoades A. G. Riddick Ann Robinson Jeanette Sentell Ashley Sibley J. H. Smith Marie Spivey Carl Strother Carl Vollmer M. M. Waldroup Henry Williamson Gloria Wollank Pledges Gloria Bodenheimer Francis Perkins Cora Burton Frances Goodson Clifton Howard Grace Julian F. M. May Robert Peterson Alvin Smith Jane Smith June Watson Eva White Adair, Blanchard, Bott, Brown, B, Cady . . . E. Cady, Carter, Chapman, Clay, Col- lins . . . Connell, Dixon, Forshee, Garri- son, Gaston . . . Gillespie, Grali, Herrin, Keenan, Keith . . . Kilgore, Kinnebrew, Lyles, Lockhart, McConnell . . . Marshall, Neel, O ' Roark, Riddick, Robinson . . . Sen- tell, Sibley, Spivey, Strother, Williamson, Wollank.
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THE SPANISH CLUB Officers President . Gilbert Hetherwick Vice President . Elise Montgomery Secretary-Treasurer . Bobby Moody " When studying Spanish, do as the Spaniards do " was the motto this department club endeavored to live up to in all its varied activities, and a project which it accomplished with a high degree of suc- cess. At each monthly meeting a aualified speaker discussed some phase of Spanish or South Amer- ican life and Spanish songs and games were participated in by the group. One of the most interesting addresses presented to the club was that by Richard M. Walford, Jr., who gave a vivid account of his experien;es in South America. Other plans included a Spanish Song Program and the annual Pan-American Day observance, which is conducted in chapel by this group. On this occasion interpretations of South American songs and dances were given and talks commenting upon the significance of Pan-Americanism presented by members of [he Spanish Club. Most enjoyable of the year ' s activities was the Mexican supper, which was held this year as always, at a restaurant specializing in the torrid delicacies of Sunny Spain. Due to the sponsorship of El Senor Blanco, otherwise known as Professor White, and Mrs. Leroy Mor- wood, the club has continued to function as one of Centenary ' s most capable and progressive organ- izations and one which furnishes a maximum of service and enjoyment to its members. Th.3 Spanish Club enjoys an informal meeting on the campus. Members Lucy Bettis Carolyn Cannon Cleve Farnell Paulyn Gill Gilbert Hetherwick Myrian Holloway Grace Ingersoll Susan Johnson Nedd Looney John Manson Elise Montgomery Bobby Moody Jimmy Patterson Shirley Safford Marilyn Stone Margaret Williams W. C. Yancy
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Members Irene Baker Margaret Brown Dorothy Franks Paulyn Gill Joseph Gregori Myrian Holloway Martha Hamner Bette Heath Helen Heath Grace Ingersoll Susan Johnson Grace Julian Ethel Kramer Lou Dell Liston ElLLEEN MAYNARD Elise Montgomery Chrystine Moore Lois Philyaw Virginia Reily Phyllis Rhoades Miriam Russ J. Ashley Sibley Margaret Simmons Norma Weathersby Baker, Brown, Franks, Gill, Gregori, Hamner, B. Heath, H. Heath . . . Holloway, Ingersoll, Julian, Kramer, Liston, Maynard, Montgomery, Moore . . . Philyaw, Reily, Rhoades, Russ, Sibley, Simmons, Weathersby. Officers President Grace Julian Vice-President Martha Hamner Secretary-Treasurer Ashley Sibley One of the most active of the honorary fraternities, Chi Sigma Nu launched an interesting program for the further instruction and enlightenment of its members, the future teachers of Louisiana. At each of the monthly meetings some prominent educator addressed the group, chief of these being Dr. Bruno Strauss, Mr. R. H. White, Miss Taylor, Mr. F. L. Miller, and Miss Lilla McClure. In connection with various discussions brought on by these roundtables, the group under- took two noteworthy projects. The members entertained the Gayarre History Club of Byrd High School at an interesting exhibit of Centenary ' s historical relics; and also visited one of Shreveport ' s trade schools. To climax the year ' s activity, the organization gives one purely social affair, the annual skating party, which is one of the most enjoyable of campus affairs. Mambers of Chi Sigma Nu are hand picked from the upper percentile groups of the educa- tion classes, and must possess a " B " average, and a vital interest in their chosen work. Only a certain number are admitted at each pledging, so those who receive the unanimous approval of the members, and are extended a bid, may congratulate themselves. Once again this year the presidency of the order fell to Grace Julian, while Professor Ewerz con- tinued to supervise and encourage the rapid progress of the group. CHI SIGMA NU
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