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The W. A. A. Officers President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Billy Cady Lucy Bettis Florence Neel Lou Dell Liston Members Irene Baker Lucy Bettis Jimmye Brown Mary Cecil Bynum Billie Cady Ethel Cady Mary Louise Carr Yetta Chapman Betty Mae Coburn Helen Crosby Marilyn Dickson Dorothy Jane Dixon Dorothy Durr Jean Else Catherine Ewerz Lois Garrison Hessie Gaston Lillian Gibson Martha Hamner Barbara Harris Ouida Harris Mary Marie Hogg Lou Dell Liston Florence Neel Mary Foster Peyton Joyce Reed Beverly Robertson Betty Gordon Smith Barbara Thrall Gladys Tippett Azalie Webb Helen Webb Baker, Bettis, Brown, Bynum . . . B Cady, E. Cady, Carr, Chapman . . Coburn, Crosby, Dickson, Dixon . . Durr, Else, Ewerz, Garrison . . . Gas ton, Gibson, Hamner, B. Harris ... O Harris, Hogg, Liston, Neel . . . Peyton Reed, Robertson, Smith . . . Thrall Tippett, A. Webb, H. Webb.
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w n . J . jt _ 1 Jr J_i i I Two events which the W.A.A. promotes are Stunt Night and May Day. The Stunt Night is usually held around April Fool ' s Day and each campus group presents a skit, the best of which receives a loving cup of candy kisses as a prize. This year the Chi Omegas were presented the award. The May Festival is celebrated by all members of Centenary College. On this occasion the May Queen is crown- ed and an elaborate pageant presented. To culminate the year ' s program the W.A.A. holds its annual banquet, at which time letters and awards are presented, and plans made for the annual summer camping trip. This trip to Camp Albert Pike in the Ouachita Mountains is the most eagerly awaited and longest remembered of all the many W.A.A. activities. Badminton attracts a large crowd of interested spectators . . . The ancient sport of archery takes on added interest when these Dianas take the field . . . Campers give the tamed Arkansas hills the once-over . . . Mrs. Davidson explains the fine points of volleyball.
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THE CENHOMEC CLUB Officers President Secretary-Treasurer Billie Cady Lurline Yeary The Cenhomec Club was organized in 1939 under the sponsorship of Miss Mary Lou Ware, instructor of Home Economics. The club is for those interested in domestic science and the decoration, care, and man- agement of the home. Billie Cady, who served as the first president, was also the president for this year, 1939-1940. To be eligible for membership girls must not only show interest, but they must also have out- standing qualities and satisfactory grades. This year the club took a great step in its forward progress when it affiliated with the National Home Economics Clubs, and took its place among the honorary fraternities of Centenary College. The pro- gram of the year was on travel, and many distinguished persons spoke, and technicolor pictures of Europe were shown. The organization also took part in the state convention and sent a delegate to the annual Con- vention of Home Economics Clubs. Irene Baker Jimmie Faye Black Billy Cady Ann Calhoun Dorothy Durr Members Lillian Gibson Francais Glassell Annie Ham Mary Marie Hogg Mary Lou Hugon Mary O ' Neal Bernice Roth Lucille Sanford Martha Shepherd Geneva Williamson Lurline Yeary Baker, Black, Cady, Calhoun, Dun . . . Gibson, Glassell, Ham, Hogg, Hugon . Sanloid, Shepherd, Williamson, Yeary. O ' Neal, Roth,
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