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PSI DELTA CHI Officers President John Woods Vice-President Felice Hicks Secretary Kathryn Blackwell Treasurer Elizabeth Burton The big event of the year for Psi Delta Chi, local honorary psychology society, was the complete reorganiza- tion of the club early in the semester. When election smoke had cleared away, John Woods was announced the new prexy by acclamation. With stiffer qualifications for entrance into the club, Psi Delta Chi proceeded on to a successful year. Meeting in the home of their advisors, Professors Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Topper, the club heard numerous speakers give their varied opinions on unique subjects usually falsely considered by the layman as a part of psychology. These included palmistry, phrenology, and so forth. Other speakers included many successful men who demonstrated to the society the practical application of psychology in their respective professions. These interesting programs were arranged and capably handled by Ernest Carter, program chairman. Late in the spring plans for Psi Delta Chi ' s annual sponsored trek to the Central Louisiana Hospital for the Insane at Pineville, Louisiana, were under way and much was expected to be accomplished of the opportunity to make personal observations of typical abnormalities in that institution. Psi Delta Chi was originally organized in 1937. The society was an outgrowth of a mental hygiene society created through the effort of Dr. Young, Professor of Psychology at L. S. U., and until its reorganization this year remained as it was originally planned. At the present time application is being made for membership in Psi Chi, the national psychology fraternity, and this is the number one item on the list of Psi Delta Chi ' s projects. Renov, Woods, Achee . . . Newton, Carone, Hooper, Liston, Kendall, Brown . Topper, Skinner, Burton, Carter, DeGeneres, Trosclair. Members Roland Achee Montez Babin Kathryn Blackwell Iimmye Brown Elizabeth Burton Sabino Carone Ernest Carter Lanford DeGeneres Felice Hicks Kathryn Hooper Helen Kendall Lou Dell Liston Jack Newton Jerry Renov Sydney Skinner Marie Trosclair John Woods
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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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THE CENCOES The CenCoe Club is an inter-sorority organization made up of ten girls from each of the three sororities. Membership is limited to town girls, preferably Juniors and Seniors. The purpose of the club is to promote better inter-sorority relations, and to provide an opportunity for social activities participated in by members of all the sororities, especially during the summer months. This organization is now in its sixth year, and is living up to all its purposes. The officers are chosen from the three organizations in rotation, and this year ' s president is a representative of Chi Omega, while the vice-president is from Zeta Tau Alpha, and the secretary-treasurer from Alpha Xi Delta. They have a planned program of monthly activities, most enjoyable of which is their unique Spring Formal. Apple, Baird, Blackwell, Boyet, Brown . . . Bumette, Burton, Canon, Freeze, Graham . . . Harris, B., Harris, O., Hawkins, Hendrick, Hicks . . . Holloway, Lewis, Maynard, Montgomery, Moreneaux . . . Mulkey, Porter, Powell, Prothro, Shores . . . Smith, Thibodeaux, Tippett, Tucker, Williamson. Officers President . . . Gladys Tippett Vice-Pres. . Myriam Holloway Sec ' y-Treas. . . . Ouida Harris Members Mary Catherine Apple Gerry Baird Kathryn Blackwell Carolyn Boyet Gloria Brown Ann Burnette Elizabeth Burton Carolyn Canon June Cook Dorothy Freeze Virginia Graham Barbara Harris Ouida Harris Martha Hart Peg Hawkins Camille Hendrick Felice Hicks Myriam Holloway Helen Jennings Virginia Lewis Jeanne Maynard Elise Montgomery Dorothy Morehead Kathryn Moreneaux Susie Mulkey Dorothy Porter LaRue Powell Emily Prothro Bette Smith Ann Thibodeaux Gladys Tippett Dorothy Tucker Azalie Webb Roberta Williamson Marie Isabel Wolf
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