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

 - Class of 1942

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MINISTERIAL CLUB Officers President Stanley Kirkland Vice-President Taylor Wall Secretary-Treasurer Arthur Crawford 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. To be a member of the Ministerial Club one 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 activities on the campus and in the dormitory. Since the Committee on Religious Activities is serving in this capacity, the club has continued as a fraternal or professional group, emphasizing that its members cooperate with other clubs. This year its members have worked with the Y. M. C. A. boys ' olubs of the city and several have served as pastors in near-by rural communities. 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. Bullock, Branton, Crawford, Davis, Hearn . . . Kilpatrick, Kirkland, Oliphant, Pomeroy, Wall. Members H. L. Baker Ray Branton James Bullock Arthur Crawford Carlos Davis John Hearne Virginia Kilpatrick Stanley Kirkland Bennie Ray Oliphant Webb Pomeroy Taylor Wall W. L. Watson

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Officers President . . Claude Blackburn Vice-President . . Clint Teacle Sec ' y-Treas. . Lanford DeGeneres Members Roland Achee Claude Blackburn Mable Boddie Bertha Bodenheimer Gloria Boyce Eleanor Brown Marion Cahn Ernest Carter Lanford DeGeneres Shirley Eagan Robert Eatman Norman Kesilman Jacqueline Lieber Carolyn Lunny Marguerite Myers Charlotte Newson Frances Oden Glennye H. Pirtle Carolyn Rigby Joe Stephens Clint Teacle Phyllis Terry Gladys Tippett Malcolm Vickers Carolyn Williams C. W. Williams Marie Wolf Achee, Blackburn, Boddie, Boyce . . . Brown, Carter, De Generes, Eagan . . . Kesilman, Lunny, Myers, Newsome, Oden . . . Phtle, Rigby, Stephens, Teacle, Terry . . . Tippett, Vickers, Williams, Carolyn, Williams, C. W., Wolt Le Cercle Francais, one of Centenary ' s foremost departmental organizations, under the capable guidance of its sponsor, Dr. E. L. Ford, has done much toward increasing student interest in the French language and cus- toms. The programs of the monthly meetings conducted in French consist of songs and plays. Of outstanding interest this year was the joint Christmas party held with the Spanish Club. The purpose of this was to bring about a closer understanding of the language and customs of the two countries. The last meeting of the year will be the annual French party, to which senior French students of the high schools will be invited, thus creating interest in the school for prospective students. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS



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CHI SIGMA NU Officers President Myrian Holloway Vice-President Lillian Gibson Secretary-Treasurer Lou Dell Liston Having completed its fifth year of existence, Chi Sigma Nu continues to be one of the most active honorary groups on the campus. This organization was founded in 1931 by five future teachers, who wished to further their educational aims. Therefore, its object is to promote high standards of scholarship among students of education. A person must have a " B " average and a vital interest in the teaching profession for admission. The candidate for membership must also pass the unanimous vote of the chapter before a bid can be extend- ed. As the number of members is limited, those receiving bids are justly proud. One of the projects recently undertaken is a paper that is written each month on topics that may be of some help to those now teaching. A copy of this paper is sent to each former member of Chi Sigma Nu in hope that it will be of some benefit. The monthly meetings are held in the homes of the members and are marked for their interest and ever pres- ent refreshments. Due to the predominance of the fair sex in the teaching field, most of the members have been girls. However, three boys were elected to the organization this year and, though still in the minority, they are rapidly asserting themselves as prominent members of the fraternity. The speakers at the meetings are outstanding educators of the city and the state who usually discuss the classroom problems of the prospective teachers. Burks, Dutt, Gibson, Gillespie . . . Holloway , Kramer, £., Kramer, V. R., Liston . . . Montgomery, Nash, Walden, Wall. Members Edgar Burks Dorothy Durr Lillian Gibson Margaret Gillespie Myrian Holloway Ethel Kramer Virginia Rose Kramer Lou Dell Liston Elise Montgomery Mary Alice Nash Margaret Owens Jerry Renov Anne Robinson Ruth Waldron Taylor Wall

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