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CENHOMEC CLUB Officers President Virginia Breithaupt Vice-President Dorothy Durr Secretary -Treasurer Helen Shaw Members Geraldine Atkins Virginia Breithaupt Jean Counts Marilee Davis Marilyn Dickson Dorothy Jane Dixon Dorothy Durr Lillian Gibson Joanna Glassell Georgie Ruth Goldsby Frances Hardeman Martha Hart Camille Hendrick Mary Marie Hogg Peggy Lou Huddleston Margaret Lou Hugon Hazel Kendrick Meredith Lawless Ida Ruth Lee Jeanne Maynard Mary Belle McKenzie Dorothy McLaughlin Lucile Miller Emily Prothro Dorothy Robinson Betty Sanford Helen Shaw Irma Taylor Rethie Ward Atkins, Breithaupt, Counts, Davis, Dickson, Dixon, Durr Gibson, Glassell, Goldsby, Hardeman, Hart, Hendrick, Hogg Huddleston, Hugon, Kendrick, Lawless, Lee, Maynard, McKenzie McLaughlin, Miller, Prothro, Robinson, Sanford, Shaw, Taylor, Ward The Cenhomec Club was organized in 1938 under the sponsorship of Miss Mary Lou Ware, Professor of Home Economics. The Club is made up of women being trained professionally. This organization has as its purpose to further the best interest of Home Economics, to develop women with higher ideals of sane living, with a deeper appreciation of the sanctity of the American home, and women with broader social and higher intellectual and cultural attainments. Theme for this year ' s work was " Cues for You " with each program emphasis placed on intellectual, spiritual, ethical, and aesthetic poise. The work was so planned to give experiences that would develop genuine teamwork and promote friendship among its members, provide an opportunity for its members to carry responsibility and thereby help to develop good leadership and intelligent fellowship, to provide social, business, and professional experiences through the various aspects of social life, and to encourage the co- operation with other local clubs and with state and national groups. This year the club was represented at the annual fall meeting of Home Economics Clubs held at Natchi- toches, Louisiana, by four club delegates. On March 15, six members attended the spring club meeting held at Ruston, Louisiana. Margaret Hugon will represent the club at the national convention in Chicago, Illinois, to be held June 21-27.
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DORMITORY COUNCIL Officers President Paulyn Gill Vice-President Audrie Fuller Secretary Sara Menefee Treasurer Dorothy Uttinger Members Geraldine Atkins Mattie Elizabeth Baker Jimmye Brown Mary Cecil Bynum Zillah Lu Cory Jean Else Audrie Fuller Paulyn Gill Carolyn Lunny Bettijo Lyne Dorothy McLaughlin Sara Menefee Mary Nell Reed Anne Robinson Eloise Thompson Dorothy Uttinger Else, Thompson, Baker, Lyne, Brown, Atkins, Cox, McLaughlin, Bynum, Robinson, Reed, Lunny, Cory. Fuller, Menefee, Gill, Utti nger Mrs. Clara Cox, hostess of the girl ' s dormitory, has a task of great responsibility and difficulty in creating a second home for the many out of town girls who attend Centenary; but that she accomplishes it with ease and grace is evident when one first opens the doors of charming Colonial Hall. Number one leader of the dormitory this year was Paulyn Gill, who, in addition to her responsibilities as President, took on the extra duties of handling the funds of Chi Omega. She is also a member of Chi Sigma Nu, Student Senate, and the Bit and Bridle Club. Another prominent member who bids the campus good- bye this June is Audrie Fuller, Vice-President of the dormitory as well as of her sorority, Alpha Xi Delta. She is a member of the Maroon Jackets and Secretary-Treasurer of Pan-Hellenic. Sara Menefee, member of Zeta Tau Alpha, was responsible for the recording of the minutes of the Dormitory Council, and Dorothy Uttinger, member of Aufait, had charge of all money matters. In addition to these leaders the dormitory is well rep- resented in Kollege Kapers, Student Senate, various honorary organizations and extra-curricula activities. This year the dormitory held its annual Open House on December 6. Rotary Hall, the men ' s dormitory, was invited to participate in the evening ' s courtesies. As in past years Mrs. Mattie Plilar, Dietician, has served formal dinners on each holiday. These are always anticipated as occasions not to be forgotten soon by any of the girls.
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THE W. A. A. Officers President Lou Dell Liston Vice-President Dorothy Durr Secretary Florence Neel Treasurer Azalie Webb The local chapter of the W. A. A., an organi- zation for women interested in athletics, was inaugurated at Centenary under the spon- sorship of Mrs. Davidson, in the year 1924- 25. Among all its years this one has proven to be the organization ' s most successful. Co-eds draw their bows. Starting the year ' s program off with a " bang " was the impressive Candle Lighting Service at which about 68 members were initiated. Ping pong started the tournaments off and winter came on, badminton, golf, swimming, basket- ball, skating, volley ball, horseback riding, and archery continued through the program. Throughout the year, the members enjoyed nu- merous and varied social activities. Among the most enjoyable outings were: night at Camp Margaret, hike and picnic, scavenger hunt, Christmas party, skating party, sailing party, and bicycle ride. Each year the W. A. A. sponsors a Stunt Night, May Day, and attends a play day. The Stunt Night, held around April Fool ' s Day, with each campus organization presenting a skit, the best of which receives a prize, a loving cup filled with candy kisses. Golt team tries to look glamorous. Pretty girls, habits, and horses pose.
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