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CHI SIGMA NU Officers President Elise Montgomery Vice-President Martha Hamner Secretary -Treasurer Grace Ingersoll Members Paulyn Gill Myrian Holloway Martha Hamner Helen Heath Grace Ingersoll Ethel Kramer Lou Dell Liston Eilleen Maynard Elise Montgomery Virginia Reily Miriam Russ Gill, Holloway, Hamner, Heath, Ingersoll Kramer, Liston, Maynard, Montgomery, Reily, Russ Since the year of its founding Chi Sigma Nu has proved itself to be one of the most outstanding and active of the honorary groups. In the past year a visit was made to the Shreveport Trade school to acquaint the members with the various phases of state education. Many social affairs were given — among them a luncheon in honor of the new members and a skating party. The membership is limited to 20, therefore, there are strict requirements for initiation. Members of Chi Sigma Nu must possess a " B " average and a vital interest in their chosen work. It was founded in 1937 by five future teachers who wished to extend their scholastic endeavor in a definite direction. The purpose of this organization is to promote high standards of scholarship among students of education who con- template teaching as a profession and to foster an interest in contemporary educational problems. The monthly meetings are held in the homes of the members and are marked for their interest. At each of these meetings some capable educator addressed the group. Chief among these have been Mr. E. W. Jones and Miss Mary Bains. Chi Sigma Nu was fortunate enough to secure as the new faculty advisor, Professor Middlebrooks, and under his supervision plans to undertake many worthwhile projects have been developed.
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SPANISH CLUB Officers President Elise Montgomery Vice-President Gilbert Hetherwick Secretary -Treasurer Helen Dwire Members Lucy Bettis Nelwyn Bewley Mabel Boddie Elizabeth Burton Emma Sue Cathey June Cook Priscilla Crosby Marilee Davis Helen Dwire Lucy Eanes Dorothy George Jean Gibson Ouida Harris Gene Hearn Dorothy Helm Gilbert Hetherwick Laura Hodges Billie Mae Lankford Leona Meyer Lucile Miller Elise Montgomery Dorothy Ann Morehead Kathryn Moreneaux Susie Mulkey Alice O ' Kelley Carolyn Rodgers Shirley Safford Leroy Scott Henry Shuey Sydney Skinner Norma Stewart Betty Lou Sumrell Ann Thibodeaux Flo Whittington Margaret Williams Frank Word Delena Yancey White, Montgomery, Dwire, Harris, Safford, Skinner, Meyer, Thibodeaux, O ' Kelley, Mulkey, Word, Scott, Shuey, Hetherwick, Sumrell Rodgers, Cathey, Helm, Burton, George, Morehead, Hodges, Bettis, Davis Cook, Moreneaux, Boddie, Yancey, Gibson, Lankford, Miller, Hearn, Stewart, Eanes, Crosby, Bewley, Whittington T he Spanish Club continues to function as one of Centenary ' s foremost departmental organizations. The second Wednesday of each month is the regular meeting day and at this time the members enjoy a practical use of the Spanish Language. At these meetings a program is presented, bringing in as much of the true Spanish atmosphere as possible. One of the most interesting of these was a Question Bee led by the Pro- gram Chairman, Lucy Bettis. At each meeting Spanish songs are sung. In addition to these monthly meetings, the Spanish Club sponsors the annual Chapel Program on Pan- American Day. On this occasion talks are presented by the members of the Spanish Club with the purpose of establishing a stronger bond between the countries. At the end of the year the Club entertains with its annual Spanish Club Banquet where hot tamales, tortillas, and other typical dishes are served. For the success of this banquet as well as for its other ventures, the organization owes much to the sponsorship of Professor White and Mrs. Morwood who have done much toward furthering the interest and appreciation of all things Spanish.
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COMMERCE CLUB Officers President Lewis Finnell Vice-President Frank Word Secretary Peggy Fendley Treasurer Robert Webster Members Roland Achee Calvin Bains Zack Bennett Kathryn Blackwell G. L. Blaxton Frank Creswell Wilma Evans Peggy Fendley Lewis Finnell Camp Flournoy George Hearne Gene Hilliard William Keenan Murph Kyle Tohn Marshall Alexander May Lawrence May Ruth McDonald Jackie McKinney Gwin Morrison Alice O ' Kelley Foster Philyaw Cecil Ramey George Roberts Carolyn Rodgers Florence Sayers Ethel Shropshire William Swyers Dorothy Uttinger Malcolm Vickers Robert Webster Henry Williamson Henry Winegeart Frank Word Achee, Bains, Bennett, Blackwell, Blaxton, Creswell, Evans Fendley, Finnell, Flournoy, Hearne, Hilliard, Kyle, Marshall, A. May L. May, McDonald, McKinney, Morrison, O ' Kelley, Philyaw, Ramey, Roberts Rodgers, Shropshire, Swyers, Uttinger, Vickers, Webster, Winegeart, Williamson Under the capable guidance of President Lewis Finnell, the Commerce Club enjoyed a successful year, mov- ing forward rapidly to keep in step with the swiftly changing world. The purpose of the organization has been to keep the students of commerce, economics and finance in touch with conditions in the field of business. This has been accomplished through programs bringing to the organization prominent business men of this community, who have presented the practical phases of busi- ness. These men have come at the invitation of Professor Robert S. See, Head of the Department of Com- merce and former President of the Advertising Club of Shreveport, who continued to inspire the organization in an advisory capacity. Among the speakers who addressed the club this year were Mr. Harry Viser, prominent Certified Public Accountant of Shreveport, who spoke to the club for the fourth successive year; Mr. A. L. Gwinn, Sales and Advertising Manager of the Coca-Cola Bottling Company, presented an instructive talk on salesmanship to the group and accompanied his speech with the presentation of a film; Mr. P. C. Cowden, local Certified Public Accountant and Mr. Francis Durham, Centenary graduate and Certified Public Accountant. A project advanced by the club this year was the establishment of a departmental library. This was suc- cessfully accomplished largely due to donations by Mr. Ward Delaney, Shreveport business man, and the Advertising Club of Shreveport.
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