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Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Members Mary Baird Ann Burnette Carolyn Cannon Margaret Chamberlain Lee Alice Clay Mary Frances Collins Elizabeth Davis Margie Giles Margaret Gillespie Martha Hamner Bette Heath Helen Heath Myrian Holloway Grace Ingersoll Grace Julian Frances Kizer Sarah Menefee Murrell Miller Jean Miles Elise Montgomery Jo Beth Nelson Jane Nicholson Lorraine O ' Roark Dorothy Porter Thais Ray Virginia Reily Dorothy Robinson Helen Shaw Martha Shepherd Ethel Shropshire Margaret Simmons Genevieve Strohe Estelle Steele Virginia Walker Mildred Walker Helen Webb Pledges Gerry Baird Sudie Baker Frances Boatner Miriam Bowers Mary Cecile Bynum Marion Covington Bernice Edwards Rosemary Ellis Catherine Ewerz Mary Louise Gustine Peg Hawkins Charlotte Johnson Jane Johnson Bettijo Lyne Mary Jane MacLean Rhetta Montgomery Mary Belle McKenzie Lucille Miller MlMI MOLLOY Nanetta Pitts Mary Foster Peyton Suzanne Peyton Doris Lee Ryland Martha Shaffer Azalie Webb Helen Williams Martha Shepherd Grace Julian Dorothy Robinson Helen Webb G. Baird, M. Baird, Baker, Boatner, Bowers, Burnette . . . Bynum, Cannon, Chamberlain, Clay, Collins, Covington . . . Davis, Edwards, Ellis, Ewerz, Giles, Gillespie . . . Gustine, Hamner, B. Heath, H. Heath, Holloway , Ingersoll . . . C. Johnson, }. Johnson, Julian, Kizer, Lyne, McKenzie . . . McLain, Meneiee, Miles, Miller, Molloy, E. Montgomery . . . R. Montg omery, Nelson, Nicholson, O ' Roark, M. Peyton, S. Peyton . . . Pitts, Porter, Ray, Reily, Robinson, Ryland . . . Shaller, Shaw, E. Sheppard, M. Shepherd, Shropshire, Simmons . . . Steele, Stokes, M. Walker, V. Walker, A. Webb, H. Webb, Williams. T A U ALPHA
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w ! O E-i O E-i W CQ The Zetas, in their distinctive blue and gray uniforms, started rolling up their score of hon- ors early this year by electing several class of- ficers and one freshman cheerleader. Next came the Freshman Beauty Contest, with four Zeta pledges in the running, one of whom was selected by Vincent Lopez as one of his two candidates for Freshman Queen. Also promi- nent are Cutest Girl Jean Miles and Most Pop- ular Girl Helen Heath who won these positions in the Popularity Contest. Homecoming of ' 39 was truly a Zeta day. Their first lady, Miss Martha Shepherd, was elected to reign over the occasion, after an excitingly close election. At the game the chapter pre- sented a much needed water wagon to the team, and was in turn presented a $10 check by the Homecoming Committee for showing the most school spirit of any of the organizations participating in the occasion. Outstanding members the lodge will lose by graduation this year are too numerous for the comfort of the survivors. After two years serv- ice as president, Martha Shepherd will leave her office with a noteworthy string of honors behind her. This year Shep was Homecoming Queen, Centenary Lady, a Beauty, Secretary to the Student Body, a class officer, Maroon Jacket, a CenCoe, a Pan-Hellenic representa- tive, and a member of Who ' s Who. Grace Jul- ian, vice-president of the lodge is also vice- president of Pan-Hellenic, has twice served as an officer of the Maroon Jackets, twice been elected president of Chi Sigma Nu, twice been editor-in-chief of the Yoncopin, twice been elect- ed Most Versatile Girl, is Co-ed Vice-President of the Student Body and is a member of Who ' s Who. Treasurer Helen Webb stars in athletics as well as many other things for the girls of the " White House. " She has twice been chosen Best Girl Athlete, is a Maroon Jacket, treas- urer of the CenCoes, Who ' s Who member, and also retained possession of the Sponsor Cup again this year. This spring the Zetas celebrated their thirteenth birthday as oldest organization on the campus with their traditional white formal banquet and dance. The Zetas seem to enjoy theii singing . . . Standing in line for the orchids, no doubt . . . Pledge day finds a big Zeta turn out . . . Four Zeta homecoming Queens of past years . . The " White House " becomes a castle in the snow . . . Z E T
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■VTl Wk w to Chi Omega started the year off right by plac- ing four of her members in the class officer election and continued to maintain the same percentage of success throughout the season. Three of the freshman beauties and one fresh- man cheerleader wore the colors of the cardi- nal and straw as did other outstanding campus personalities. The chapter as a whole con- tinued its program of Monday night suppers, and further extended the now famous red-bud lane which graces the campus. In addition to such praiseworthy activity, the girls of the X and the horseshoe built a white brick wall to set off their blue house from the rest of the South Hall group. Leader of the Chi O ' s this year was diminu- tive Olga Thibodeaux, who in addition to her responsibilities as president, took on the extra duties of handling the funds and recording the minutes of Pan-Hellenic. " Tibby " is also a CenCoe of long standing and a Maroon Jacket. Another prominent member who bids the cam- pus good-by this June is Beatrice Carlton. Bea has a fine hand for figures and money matters, fcr she not only served her lodge as treasurer, but handled the financial affairs of the Student Body and the Maroon Jackets as well. Along with these titles go the equally admirable ones of Conglomerate Editor, CenCoe, Who ' s Who. Vice-President Eilleen Maynard was mother to the fine group of Chi O pledges, vice-president of the CenCoes, secretary of the Junior class, a member of the Conglomerate staff and a Ma- roon Jacket. In addition to these shining lights, there are numerous others who take an active part in Kollege Kapers, Student Senate, and other organizations, all of whom contributed to the fine reputation which Chi Omega has upheld throughout her twelve years on the Centenary Campus. New President Azile Wagnei watches some Chi O harmon- izing . . . Pledge Gladys Tippett presents a posy to Azile . . . Mary Louise Carr, Paulyn Gill and Cora Burton read over a history . . . Tibby, Azile, Mattie Baker and Eilleen Maynard take their stand on the hont porch. C H I
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