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Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Meredith Lawless . Lillian Gibson Dorothy Durr . Rethie Ward Members Aline Breithaupt Virginia Breithaupt Patricia Coffey Helen Conroy Adelaide Dickson Marilynn Dickson Dorothy Durr Ladell Frazier Lillian Gibson Georgia Ruth Goldsby Martha Hart Meredith Lawless Martha Lewis Jean Maynard Lucile Miller Sally Ann Mullins Elizabeth Sandford Sylvia Scott Phyllis Terry Marcella Totten Ann Thibodeaux Betty Tremaine Rethie Ward Lucille Webb Duane Webster Gladys Williams Breithaupt, A., Breithaupt, V., Co fey, Conroy . . . Dickson, A., Dickson, M., Durr, Frazier . . . Gibson, Goldsby, Hart, Lawless . . . Lewis, Maynard, Miller, Mullins . . . Sandtord, Scott, Terry, Thibodeaux, Totten . . . Tremaine, Ward, Webb, Webster, Williams. Cenhomec has given serious consideration to its year ' s work in relation to our national emergency. The theme for the year ' s study was " All-Out Defense. " The following objectives were used in planning this program of work: provision for vocational guidance and further professional knowledge about specific phases of home economics; development of unity of purpose and friendship among members; provision for opportunities to develop leadership and responsibility; provision for the cultural and social development of members; encour- agement of each member to contribute toward the happiness and well-being of her home and community. Particular stress has been put upon the part individual members could contribute in this emergency by keep- ing themselves physically fit and emotionally poised; fostering the strength and integrity of the family unit of which they are a part; initiating and cooperating in programs for improving the nutritive conditions of college students and people in their communities; doing their share in helping to keep up the morale of the people of the nation; and increasing their understanding of present conditions by reading and looking for evidence of factors which affect home and community living. CENHOMEC
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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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Officers President Vice-President Sec ' y-Treas. Roland Achee Betty Blaxton Gladys Tippett Members Jane Bartlett Claude Blackburn Betty Blaxton Jimmye Brown Marie Brown Ernest Carter Carolyn Coburn Mildred Davenport George Edwards Jack Elgin Jean Evans Virginia Friddle Jessica Harris Justine Holmes Donald Kern Nancy LaRue Dorothy Luse Margaret Moffett Mary Murrell Rosemary Neal Shirley Peyton Cecil Ramey Jerry Renov Elizabeth Sandford Lucille Sanford Leroy Scott J. L. Soloman Joe Stephens Clint Teacle Gladys Tippett Ernest Tolbert Lil Turner Dorothy Viosca William Wellborn Gladys M. Williams Henry Winegeart Marie Wolf Bartlett, Blackburn, Blaxton, Brown, Carter . . . Coburn, Davenport, Edwards, Elgin, Evans . . . Friddle, Harris, Holmes, Kern, LaRue . . . Luse, Mottett, Murrell, Neal, Peyton . . . Ramey, Renov, Sandlord, Sanlord, Scott . . . Soloman, Stephens, Teacle, Tippett, Tolbert . . . Turner, Viosca, Wellborn, Williams, Winegeart, Woli. The Centenary Dramatics Club was wholly reorganized at the beginning of the school year through the co- operation of Mr. and Mrs. John Wray Young, Jr., Directors of the Shreveport Little Theatre and Dramatic In- structors of the college, for the purpose of providing an outlet for the dramatic ability of any student with such talent. The club meets every Friday morning at ten o ' clock in the chapel building. While the programs have consist- ed mainly of performances by its members, occasionally outsiders have been invited to entertain the club. For instance, during the early spring, Mrs. Dorothy Glasscock was asked to recite " The White Cliffs of Dover. " During the month of March the club provided entertainment for one of the meetings of the Centenary Mother ' s Club. In April, a performance was given by some of the members before the assembly of the student body, and later on in the month a radio program was sponsored by the club. The entire group hopes to present a play before the close of the school year. DRAMATICS CLUB
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