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KAPPA SIGMA Officers President Earl Harter Vice-President M. M. Waldroup Secretary S. E. Florsheim Treasurer James McDowell Members Aylmer Batchelor Philip Bloomer Kay Campbell J. G. Carruth Ernest Carter Henderson Dowling Joe Elston Ben Elwood S. E. Florsheim Sam Gipson William Graham Earl Harter Walter Heard Gene Hilliard Clifton Howard Robert Magers James McDowell Kem Merren Gwin Morrison Ralph Payton Donn Thompson Carl Vollmer M. M. Waldroup Henry Williamson Pledges Chester Angel Dudley Beene John Boyett Wallace Brown Richard Cochran William Collins Don Cook Frank Cook Tom Courtney Arthur Davis James Dunbar George Fouche Lake Fowler Robert Griggs James Harlan William Hamner David Iles Judson Kelly Henry Collier Kinnebrew R. D. Laing Robert C. Lary Edgar Lippe John Lowe Byron Massey Aubrey McClellan Otis McCrery John Parker William Ray Payne Joe Reeks A. G. Riddick Vernon Seay Herbert Smith Louis Smith Charles Strickland Cullus Walker William Willcox Wilkes j A Vk. kmikk ' ■■ ' m. ik d jn a f-.. f f % Be ' PL .A :: flfl , L k. : Ji Jl 4m R4mbp . jfe £ i f f ( f ' . Bfc . dffififci ftMI w ftiflML . - Db. f i r. i r —■ v .J ft • . 4Lii , J f!) ft ft f • f? J ' , « I t 4 ' J Mi . j o fj n o ' ft rtfc w r Js £ ftfc ftk,.a : , - Batchelor, Beene, Bloomer, Boyett, Brown Campbell, Carruth, Carter, Cochran, D. Cook, F. Cook Courtney, Davis, Dowling, Dunbar, Elston, Elwood Florsheim, Fouche, Fowler, Gipson, Graham, Harlan Hamner, Harter, Heard, Hilliard, Howard, Iles Kinnebrew, Laing, Lippe, Lowe, Magers, Massey McClellan, McCrery, McDowell, Merren, Morrison, Payne Payton, Reeks, Riddick, Seay, Smith, Strickland Thompson, Vollmer, Waldroup, Walker, Willcox, Williamson Old " Prexy " congratulates the new.
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CENTENARY CHAPTER Organized last year by Juanita Ryland, the Aufaits have had another successful year and have estab- lished themselves as a permanent organization on the Centenary campus. According to what has been done in the past two years a bright future is in sight for this group. Aufait is a club composed of those who are not affiliated with a Greek organization on the campus. Meetings are held once a week in the Student Union Building at which time programs are presented. Together, the Aufait and Gentry have given several informal parties and openhouses. In this way, the non-fraternity men and women were brought into the friendly social gatherings that are essential in college life. This was the first time on the campus that two non-Greek social organizations have been a part of the campus life. Scholastical ly Aufait ranks very high, and a large number of its members are outstanding in campus activities. Particularly noteworthy are: Juanita Ryland, was written up in Who ' s Who and is a Maroon Jacket; Ethel Cady, hard-working Co-Editor of Yoncopin, belonging to Maroon Jackets and is a member of the Student Senate; Lou Dell Liston, President W. A. A. and also a Maroon Jacket; Vir- ginia Breithaupt, President Cenhomec; Carolyn Lunny, Alpha Sigma Chi, Alpha Sigma Pi; Dorothy Durr, Alpha Sigma Chi, Psi Delta Chi, Cenhomec. There are many who participate in Kollege Kapers, W.A.A., Student Senate, and Scholastic fraternities. The capable sponsors for Aufait are Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Mrs. Bryant Davidson, and Mrs. W. E. Wal- lace, Jr. Planning the future and reviewing the past. First day o spring and a game ot jacks.
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EPSILON CHAPTER Although handicapped by the total loss ol their new fraternity house in the storm which struck Centenary ' s campus last spring, the Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Sigma had a very successful year. As the fraternity ' s plans for a new home have not been completed, the Kappa Sigmas are temporarily oc- cupying a house near the campus, pending the construction of their new home. Mrs. Bonnie K. Batchelor serves the fraternity as their housemother, assisting at all social functions and ready at any time to give aid and advice to one of " her boys. " During Christmas the Chapter sponsored a drive to help the needy of Shreveport and vicinity by col- lecting clothing and food. A large quantity of these necessities were distributed by the Chapter, and special attention was given to providing those children of school age with warm clothing. The suc- cess of the drive surpassed all expectations and the past Christmas was one of the happiest in the Chapter ' s history. Outstanding members of the Kappa Sigma include Gwin Morrison, co-business manager of the Con- glomerate and Vice-President of the Commerce Club; Sigmund Florsheim, co-business manager of the Conglomerate; Bill Graham, Co-Editor of the Yoncopin; Carl Vollmer, President of the Sophomore Class and Psi Delta Chi, Chairman of the Chapel Committee; Earl Harter, Vice-President of the fnterfra- ternity Council. The Kappa Sigmas were also active in the Student Senate and the honorary organizations on the cam- pus. Special recognition is given to Professor Robert S. See for his interest in Kappa Sigma and the active part he takes in the affairs of the fraternity of which he is an alumnus. The outstanding social func- tion was a banquet given by the local alumni group entertaining the actives and pledges at the be- ginning of the year. Very instrumental in the capacity of counselor of the Chapter was Elmo P. Lee, Jr., alumnus advisor. Come on Harter, let ' s smile for beautiful Beverly. Newly elected officers and dates strike a pose.
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