Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1941

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MINISTERIAL CLUB Officers President Roy Mouser Vice-President Stanley Kirkland Secretary -Treasurer Arthur Crawford Members Arthur Crawford Carlos H. Davis Murrell H. Gunn Stanley Kirkland Roy Mouser Taylor Wall Crawford, Davis, Gunn Kirkland, Mouser, Wall The Ministerial Club was founded by Dr. George Sexton on October 6, 1921. Its present sponsors are Dean and Mrs. R. E. Smith. The meetings are held every other Friday at which time some minister or layman appears on the program. To be a member of the Ministerial Club one must participate in the social and religious programs on the campus, in the city and elsewhere; must be a ministerial student or studying for some definite work in the field of the church and religion In past years, the Ministerial Club has functioned as an organized group to promote religious activity on the campus and in the dormitory. Since the Committee on religious Activities of the Student Senate is serving in this capacity, the club has continued as a fraternal or professional group, emphasizing that its members cooperate with other clubs. Among the honorary members of the Ministerial Club are President Cline, Dean Hardin, Bishop Hoyt M. Dobbs. Dr. A. M. Serex, and all Methodist pastors of Shreveport. One of the club ' s alumni, the Reverend George Pearce, has been chosen head of the Broadmoor Methodist Church which has its tentative location in the College Chapel.

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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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CEN COE CLUB Members Mary Virginia Adsit Ferne Beseler Lucy Bettis Marjorie Boyett Gloria Brown Ann Burnette Frances Goodson Barbara Harris Ouida Harris Peggy Hawkins Helen Heath Dorothy Hinkle Grace Ingersoll ElLLEEN MAYNARD Kathryn Moreneaux Jean Miles LaRue Powell Thais Ray Virginia Reily Dorothy Robinson Miriam Russ Shirley Safford Helen Shaw Ethel Shropshire Bette Smith Ann Thibodeaux Gladys Tippett Azile Wagner Sunshine Whisner Roberta Williamson Officers President Virginia Reily Vice-President Dorothy Hinkle Secretary-Treasurer Miriam Russ Adsit, Beseler, Bettis, Boyett, Brown, Burnette, Goodson B. Harris, O. Harris, Hawkins, Heath, Hinkle, Ingersoll, Maynard Moreneaux, Miles, Powell, Ray, Reily, Robinson, Russ, Safford Shaw, Shropshire, Smith, Thibodeaux, Tippett, Wagner, Whisner, Williamson The thirty Centenary co-eds from Shreveport, ten from each sorority, that are juniors or seniors, make up the Cen Coe Club, the only inter-sorority organization. The Cen Coe Club entered its fifth successful year with a formal at the opening of school to introduce its new members. Each girl wearing the little triangular emblem of the order, bearing her name and the inevitable Maroon and White, pledges herself to uphold the purposes and ideals of the organization, to create a more friendly understanding and cooperation between the girl ' s Greek letter groups. Friendly " get togethers " are held monthly and in this social atmosphere problems are amiably discussed and settled. The Cen Coes chief purpose in life is having a good time and they are eminently successful. Some of the most delightful activities of the year were picnics, dances, Christmas luncheon and spring program formal.

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