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

 - Class of 1942

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THE SPANISH CLUB As the school year of 1941-42 draws to a close, the Spanish Club of Centenary College completes another suc- cessful year. Under the sponsorship of Mr. White and Mrs. Morwood, the club has grown in size, activities and prestige. Meeting once a month at the homes of the various members, the group is enlightened by guest speakers and entertainers. The meetings are carried on in Spanish, games " al Espanol " are played and refreshments are served. The outstanding event of the year was the joint Christmas party held with Le Cercle Francois. At this gala affair the customs and ideals of the two countries, Spain and France, were stressed and a unique time was had by all. The final meeting of the year is climaxed by the annual Spanish Club Banquet, where hot tamales, tortillas, and other typical Spanish dishes are served. Under the capable leadership of Mabel Boddie, President; Al Richardson, Vice-President; and Emily Prothro, Secretary-Treasurer, the Spanish Club this year has done much to further the interest and appreciation of all things Spanish. Members Jean Arthur Betty Jane Autrey Jane Bartlett Claude Blackburn Mabel Boddie Myrtle Cannon Eugene Clarke Carolyn Coburn Jack Comegys Virginia Cook Mildred Davenport Ellen Eastham Tean Flowers Patricia Harper Bryan Harwell Gene Hearne Camille Hendrick Gene Hilliard Myrian Holloway Kathryn Hooper Truman Johnson Virginia Kilpatrick Virginia Lewis Jack Madden Alexander May Jeanne Maynard Marguerite McCutcheon Ella Mae McKee Lucile Miller Margaret Moffett Elise Montgomery Dorothy Ann Morehead Susie Mulkey Mary Smith New Bennie Ray Oliphant Emily Prothro Louis Provenza Al Richardson Virginia Rogers Frances Spengler Norma Stewart Clint Teacle Betty Temple Mary Earle Texada Delena Yancey James Youngblood Officers President Mabel Boddie Vice-President Al Richardson Secretary-Treasurer Emily Prothro Provenza, Piothro, Bennett, Arthur, Hilliard, Blackburn, Rogers . . . Teacle, May, Temple, Mulkey, Stewart, Youngblood, Holloway . . . Maynard, Spengler, New, Hearne, Harper, Boddie, White.

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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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Officers Presid ent Vice-President Sec ' y-Treas. Foster Philyaw Malcolm Vickers William Swyers Members Betty Jane Autrey Clavin Bains Zack Bennett Joseph Cassiere Russell Coleman Frank Creswell Jack Dietrich Allan Durham Gene Hilliard Jack Madden Russell Maddox John Marshall Lawrence May Foster Philyaw Louis Provenza Robert Pugh Cecil Ramey Lee Snow William Swyers Malcolm Vickers Henry Winegeart Audrey, Bains, Bennett, Cassiere . . . Coleman, Creswell, Dietrich, Durham . . . Hilliard, Madden, Maddox, Marshall . . . May, Philyaw, Provenza, Pugh . . . Ramey, Snow, Swyres, Vickers, Winegeart. The Commerce Club developed out of informal studenl discussion groups made up of students majoring in commerce and economics, beginning in 1937. By 1938 the students felt it necessary to have a formal organi- zation, thereupon, the group was organized. One of the primary purposes of the organization is to familiarize the students with practical business opera- tions. Talks and round-table discussions by local businessmen give the students an opportunity to learn first-hand what businessmen expect of a college graduate. The initial address of this year ' s series of meetings was made by Mr. George Sexton at a luncheon meeting and was one of the best meetings of the year. On Monday night, February 9, 1942, the Commerce Club was host to the North Louisiana Chapter of the So- ciety of Certified Public Accountants. The address of the evening was given by Mr. Harry L. Viser and was followed by an open discussion led by Mr. Viser and his fellow C. P. A. ' s. Among those who were present was Mr. Fred Hettler, president of the Society. COMMERCE CLUB

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