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ALPHA SIGMA PI Officers President Joe Stephens Vice-President Lanford DeGeneres Vice-President Elizabeth Pabody Secretary-Treasurer Clint Teacle f S O f O C O O Achee, Autrey, Barlow, Barton, Benson, Brown, Caldwell, Coburn Craber, Creswell, DeGeneres, Elgin, Gano, Goens, Harmon, Harper Harris, Heard, Hearn, Hill, Hilliard, Keenan, Kesling, Lowe, Lunny McClellan, Meyer, Mulkey, Newsom, Oden, Osborn, Pabody, Ramey, Rogers Russ, Scott, Stephens, Teacle, Trickett, White, Williams, Wolf, Woods Members Mrs. A. R. Campbell Roland Achee Betty Jane Autrey Anna Marie Barlow David Barton Hamilton Benson Jimmye Brown Betty Ann Caldwell Betty Mae Coburn Jeannette Graber Frank Creswell Lanford DeGeneres Jack Elgin Anne Gano Ray Goens Glennye Harm on Patricia Harper Ouida Harris Bryan Harwell Walter Heard Geneva Hearn Richard Hill Gene Hilliard William Keenan Marshall Kesling John Lowe Carolyn Lunny Aubrey McClellan Leona Meyer Susie Mulkey Charlotte Newsom Frances Oden Carroll Osborn Elizabeth Pabody Cecil Ramey John Rogers Betsie Russ Leroy Scott Joe Stephens Clint Teacle James Trickett Leah White Carolyn Williams Marie Wolf John Woods Alpha Sigma Pi is an honorary scholastic fraternity founded in 1931 by Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Dean of Women. Freshmen of high scholastic achievement are eligible to election into the fraternity, with active membership extending through the Sophomore year. As quoted from the Constitution, " The object of this fraternity shall be the stimulation, development, and recognition of scholarship and those elements of character that make scholarship effective for good. " The motto is " Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you fr ee. " The pin is in the form of a small gold crescent with sapphire enamel, embossed with the letters of the fraternity. The three Greek letters, meaning: Character, Attainment, and Growth, form the basis for stimulation of pro- gressive work by the members.
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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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PSI DELTA CHI Officers President Carl Vollmer Vice-President John Marshall Secretary -Treasurer Virginia Adair Members Virginia Adair Katherine Blackwell Joe Blandino Gloria Bodenheimer Val Borum Jimmye Brown Edgar Burks Mary Cecil Bynum Betty Ann Caldwell Mary Louise Carr A. B. Cox Jeannette Craber Lanford DeGeneres Dorothy Jane Dixon Dorothy Durr Jean Else Joe Elston George Fouche Dorothy Freeze Paulyn Gill Ray Goens Earl Harter L. W. Head Gilbert Hetherwick Gene Hilliard Mary Marie Hogg Margaret Hugon Grace Ingersoll Albert Khoury Marie King Ethel Kramer Pauline Lamb John Marshall Lawrence May James McDowell Martha O ' Neal Lee Owens William Payne Charles Peters Martha Pitcock Anne Robinson George A. Smith Carl Vollmer Frances Vowels Taylor Wall Jarvis Waller Sunshine Whisner Cyril Wilde Bobbye Wilson Adair, Blackwell, Blandino, Bodenheimer, Borum, Brown, Burks, Bynum, Caldwell Carr, Cox, Craber, DeGeneres, Dixon, Durr, Else, Elston, Fouche, Freeze Gill, Goens, Harter, Head, Hetherwick, Hilliard, Hogg, Hugon, Ingersoll, Khoury King, Kramer, Lamb, Marshall, May, McDowell, O ' Neal, Owens, Payne, Peters Pitcock, Robinson, Smith, Vollmer, Vowels, Wall, Waller, Whisner, Wilde, Wilson Psi Delta Chi, Centenary ' s honorary psychology society was organized in 1937. The society was an out- growth of a mental hygiene society created through the effort of Dr. Young, Professor of Psychology at L. S. U., and is now sponsored by Dr. F. S. Rankin, Professor of Psychology at Centenary. The present society consists of members who have taken courses in the Psychol ogy department and who have shown their interest and ability in this field. The purpose of the club is to supplement the work of the department as well as to give the members and others an opportunity to hear successful men who have demonstrated the practical application of Psychology in their respective professions. Some of the outstand- ing speakers heard this year were Mr. Harry Martzell, Dr. R. B. DeLee, Dr. Edgar Galloway, Dr. D. L. Kerlin, Mr. George W. Hardy, Jr. Each spring the club sponsors a visit to the Central Louisiana Hospital for the Insane at Pineville, Louisiana, in order that the members may have the opportunity to make personal observations of some typical insane cases. The regular meetings are held at the Student Center on the Campus. Two of our past meetings were held at the Alpha Xi Delta Sorority and the Kappa Sigma Fraternity Houses. A luncheon was given this spring for the new members who were initiated.
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