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ALPHA XI DELTA Officers President Frances Goodson Vice-President Audrie Fuller Secretary Eloise Thompson Treasurer Mary Nell Reed Members Mary Catherine Apple Kathryn Blackwell Marjorie Boyett Gloria Brown Harriette Crawford Helen Dwire Audrie Fuller Frances Goodson Barbara Harris Ouida Harris Dorothy Hinkle Kathryn Moreneaux Martha O ' Neal LaRue Powell Mary Nell Reed Shirley Safford Bette Smith Eloise Thompson Georgia Ella Till Margaret Williams Pledges Geraldine Atkins Imogene Atkins burnell bonnette Emma Sue Cathey Jeane Clark Nan Dobson Jean Flowers Dorothy Freeze Jean Gibson Martha Hart Helen Jennings Delena Hazel F. Kendrick Virginia Lewis Betty M. Long Kathreen Marshall Carolyn Rodgers June Rolfs Sydney Skinner Margie M. Stephenson Kathryn Weems Jean Westmoreland Flo Whittington Yancey Apple, G. Atkins, I. Atkins, Blackwell, Bonnette Boyett, Brown, Cathey, Clark, Crawford Dobson, Dwire, Freeze, Fuller, Gibson Goodson, B. Harris, O. Harris, Hart, Hinkle Jennings, Kendrick, Lewis, Long, Marshall Powell, Reed, Rodgers, Safford, Skinner, Smith Thompson, Till, Weems, Whittington, Williams, Yancey Home of friendly Alpha Xis
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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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BETA GAMMA CHAPTER Beta Gamma of Alpha Xi Delta celebrated its tenth successful year in March of 1941. This marks the years that the girls in the rustic brown lodge have worn a quill for their symbol. Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Lombarde College, Galesburg, Illinois, in 1893 and at present proudly recog- nizes fifty-nine active chapters. The local chapter this year was led by the president, Frances Goodson, who wielded a stern gavel and guided the girls through another successful year. Besides being queen of her college Chapter, Frances is most out- standing and versatile in extra-curricula activities, being a Maroon Jacket, three times a class officer, a Cen Coe, Secretary of the Student Body, Secretary of the Student Senate, Who ' s Who, Pan-Hellenic, and a con- secutive beauty winner throughout her entire college years. Next in command in the little brown house is Audrie Fuller who has an outstanding record as a Maroon Jacket. Eloise Thompson who served her chapter as a most efficient secretary also served this year as President of the Maroon Jackets, and was listed in America ' s Who ' s Who in Colleges. Dorothy Hinkle brought glory to her sorority in being Vice- President of Cen Coe, and Correspondent of her sorority and Champion of the girls ' ping pong division. LaRue Powell has been chosen as next year ' s head of Alpha Xi Delta and brings with her a record to carry on as commander-in-chief for the coming year. She is an alternate Maroon Jacket, a member of the Student Senate, and a Cen Coe. Rush captain for this year, and next year ' s second in command is Helen Dwire who besides being a member of Pan-Hellenic Council, is a member of the Yoncopin staff, Secretary and Treasurer of the Spanish Club, a member of the Dramatics Club, and has served two years as one of the sponsors of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Besides the many honors that have come to the Alpha Xi Delta way each year their old English style house is always open to other groups, and friendliness and a cheerful atmosphere prevails always inside. Each year their two annual celebrations are Rose banquet in the fall and Founder ' s Day in the spring. Burnt weineis and toasted laces at Kamp Kell. Old Sol gets in pretty Alpha Xis ' faces
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