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CHI OMEGA Officers President Azile Wagner Vice-President Miriam Russ Secretary Mattie Elizabeth Baker Treasurer Paulyn Gill Members Sara Louise Adams Mary Virginia Adsit Mattie E. Baker Ferne Beseler Lucy Bettis Carolyn Boyet Jimmye Brown Betty Ann Caldwell Mary Louise Carr Betty Mae Coburn June Cook Cornelia Crittenden Corrine Ford Molly Gayle Paulyn Gill Mary Hardin Carolyn Harris Roberta Mary Marie Hogg Sue Jenkins Meridith Lawless ElLLEEN MAYNARD June Osburn Elizabeth Pabody Anne Robinson Miriam Russ Lucille Sanford Mary Alice Shores Betty Gordan Smith Gladys Tippett Ann Thibodeaux Katherine Trigg Azile Wagner Sunshine Whisner Ethel Williamson Williamson Pledges Anna Marie Barlow Betty Brewer Elizabeth Burton Lorraine Colquitt Emilie Anne Connell Marilee Davis Jean Galloway Dorothy George Glennye Harmon Dorothy Helm Laura Hodges Peggy L. Huddleston Nancy Le Rosen Jeanne Maynard Dorothy McLaughlin Jeane Miller Dorothy A. Morehead Marie Betty Morris Susie Mulkey Alice Nelson Charlotte Newsom Frances Oden Peggy O ' Neall Martha Pitcock Norman Robertson Betsie Russ Florence Sayers Patricia Steele Jacqueline Stephens Betty Lou Sumrell Dorothy Rose Tucker Virginia Lil Turner Duane Webster Charlotte A. Wilkes Wolfe Big white house on little hill. Adams, Adsit, Baker, Barlow, Beseler, Bettis Boyet, Brewer, Brown, Burton, Caldwell, Carr Coburn, Colquitt, Connell, Cook, Davis, Ford Galloway, Gayle, George, Gill, Hardin, Harmon Harris, Helm, Hodges, Hogg, Jenkins, Lawless Le Rosen, E. Maynard, J. Maynard, McLaughlin, Miller, Morehead, Morris Mulkey, Nelson, Newsom, Oden, O ' Neall, Pabody, Pitcock Robertson, Robinson, B. Russ, M. Russ, Sanford, Shores, Smith Steele, Stephens, Sumrell, Tippett, Thibodeaux Trigg, Tucker Turner, Wagner, Webster, Whisner, Wilkes, Williamson, Wolf (• »;
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BETA IOTA CHAPTER The Zetas began their year on the campus with the pledging of twenty-two neophytes. The " shoes " of Rush- Captain Lorraine O ' Roark, who took leave of Centenary for the State University, were ably filled by Gerry Baird, and in late September new pledges were introduced to the campus with a Halloween dance. Taking active part in the home football celebrations, the Zetas appeared in their distinctive turquoise and grey uniforms. For the third consecutive year Centenary ' s Homecoming Queen was a member of the fratern- ity. Dorothy Robinson, tiny prexy of the Beta Iota chapter, appeared before Centenary ' s alumni and guests at the half of the game between Tech and the Gents, to be crowned Queen of the occasion by Dr. Pierce Cline. Late fall . . . and Class Officer elections. Five members of Zeta were elected by the campus to serve as offi- cers of the upper classmen. Members of Pan-Hellenic Council, Cen Coes, and Maroon Jackets, Dorothy Robinson and Grace Ingersoll added to their list of laurels the Secretary and Treasurer of the Senior Class. Junior Classmen were officered by Vice-President Ann Burnette and Secretary Helen Heath, while Mary Louise Gustine became Vice-President of the Sophomores. Versatile Elise Montgomery served as Vice-Presi- dent of the Fraternity, President of the Pan-Hellenic Council, Spanish Club, and Chi Sigma Nu. Zetas entered all phases of Campus activity and in many of the organizations such as W.A.A., Chi Sigma Nu, French Club, and others. Helen Shaw won second place in a state oratorical contest, Virginia Reily became Cen Coe President. In the late winter a Zeta became Associate Editor of the paper. Zetas are not only active in work on the Centenary Campus but have many members serving organizations related to the college — Dorothy Porter is correspondent for one of the local papers, Ann Burnette is representative to Mademoiselle, and mem- bers of the fraternity are active in work with the Red Cross, Little Theater, and other organizations of the city. Celebrating their fourteenth year on Centenary ' s Campus with their traditional White Banquet and Formal, the Zetas climaxed one of their best years as the oldest co-ed organization on the campus. New and old members alike enjoy this formal. It ' s all smiles from Zetas after pledging.
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IOTA GAMMA CHAPTER tm £ii The Chi Omegas began their thirteenth successful year at Centenary with a new lodge, adding zest to the campus by using the Alma Mater ' s colors, Maroon and White. Chi Omega was founded April 5, 1895, at the University of Arkansas. The sorority now has ninety-six active chapters. In the class officer elections this year, five members placed. Eilleen Maynard was elected Vice-President of the Senior Class; Ann Thibodeaux represented Chi O ' s in the Sophomore Class as Secretary. In the Freshman Class, three of the four positions were occupied by Chi Omegas, namely Betsie Russ, Glennye Harmon, and Dorothy Ann Morehead. Under the capable guidance of Azile Wagner, the sorority has the largest membership of any on the campus. They led this year in the pledging of thirty-three girls. " Prexy " Azile has attained such honors as member of the Pan-Hellenic, Student Senate, Alpha C hi, Cen Coe, and Maroon Jackets. Pledge Mother Eilleen Maynard is outstanding. Among her many attainments, Eilleen serves as Co-ed Vice-President of the student body and Student Senate, Secretary of the Maroon Jackets, mem- ber of Pan Hellenic, Cen Coe; holds position of Woman ' s Editor of the Conglomerate, and was elected to Who ' s Who. The Dormitory Council has as its president, a Chi O, Paulyn Gill, who is also a member of the Student Senate. Chairman of the Beautification Committee of the Student Senate was Mattie Elizabeth Baker. Lucy Bettis, Sorority Correspondent, is also a Cen Coe, a Conglomerate reporter, and is outstanding in several clubs. Chi Omegas are versatile in their accomplishments; Betty May Coburn led cheers for the Gents during the football season; outstanding in Kollege Kapers was Betty Brewer, who won acclaim wherever she went; spring came and found two of the members, Jimmye Brown and Mary Marie Hogg, among the six beauties; Norman Robertson was elected Kappa Sigma sponsor from Chi Omega. Further providing their versatility, the Chi Omegas won the soft ball tournament, competing against the other two sororities, the Independents, and the Aufaits. Grand introduction tor new members. Pretty, popular Jimmye and an admirer.
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