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

 - Class of 1942

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An open house and a dafe with thou. Achee, Alvord, Barton, Bennett, B., Bennett, Z., Blaxton, Bush, Byrd, Clifton . . . Comegys, Eatman, Flouinoy, Gaiennie, Gibbs, Giicrease, Griffith, Hall, Harper, B. . . . Harper, L, Harris, Haygood, Hetherwick, Hunter, Johns, Johnson, Keenan, Kinnebrew . . . Lyons, McGregor, Madden, Marshall, May, A., Mitchell, Moore, Patton, Pirtle . . . Pugh, Richardson, Robinson, Scott, Shuey, Spooner, Stamper, Stephens, J., Stephens, W. . . . Sullivan, Teacle, Vandegaer, Walters, Whited, Williams, Youngblood. Once more the " boys across the street " maintained the colorful record of their predecessors. Under the capable guidance of President Gilbert Hetherwick, the Alpha Iota Chapter of Kappa Alpha added another brilliant year to their al- ready long and peerless record. The Alpha Iota Chapter cooperated wholeheartedly in the national defense effort, being the first organization on the campus to buy a $1,000 defense bond. KAPPA ALPHA

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EPSILON CHAPTER This year the Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Sigma forged consistently ahead in all lines of endeavor to complete their most successful year to date. Under the splendid leadership of Carl Vollmer and Jimmy Harris, the Kappa Sigmas made remarkable progress in all fields. Some of the most outstanding boys of the campus wear the Star and Crescent. Foremost among these are Bill Graham, President of the Senior Class, Who ' s Who, Editor of the Yoncopin, Band, Student Senate, and Most Versatile Boy; Carl Vollmer, President of the Inter-Fraternity Council, Who ' s Who, past president of Psi Delta Chi and Sophomore Class, Student Senate, and Student- Faculty Social Committee; Gene Hilliard, President of Junior Class, Alpha Chi, Student Senate, and Commerce Assistant; John Woods, President of Psi Delta Chi, President of Pi Kappa Delta, Debate Team, Alpha Chi, and Student Senate; John Lowe, Vice-President of Alpha Sigma Pi; and Dudley Beene, Head Cheerleader. Finding our country at war, many loyal Kappa Sigmas resigned from college in order to enter some branch of the service. Dudley Beene joined the Naval Air Corps, which had already claim- ed another brother, Henderson Dowling. Kappa Sigmas in the Army Air Corps include former prexy Lloyd DeMoss, M. M. Waldroup, Richard Cochrane, Sigmund Florsheim, and Cullus Walk- er. Don and Frank Cook enlisted in the navy immediately after Pearl Harbor. Previously, Ralph Payton, Charles Morrison, " Buster " Batchelor, and A. G. Riddick had joined the Army. Kappa Sigma feels justly proud of its members in all of the fighting forces. Epsilon Chapter gave the service twenty-six fighting men and bought a $500.00 Victory Bond. Special thanks go to Elmo P. Lee, Jr., Alumnus Advisor, and Professor Robert S. See, an alumnus of the fraternity, for rendering conspicuous service to the fraternity. Looking back over a year in which they accumulated a sizeable share of honors, predominated in numerous activities, and were visited by their " Man of the Year " , Edward R. Murrow, the boys of Kappa Sigma certainly have a bright future. Adair, Beene, Blown, Carruth, Conger, Cook, Day, Drake, M., Drake, R. . . . Ford, Freeman, Fulton, Graham, Hamner, F., Hammer, W., Harris, Heard, Hilliard, lies . . . Kelly, Lindsey, Lowe, McClellan, McKniqht, Oden, Phillips, Philyaw, Ramey, Reagan . . . Seay, Stroud, Thompson, C, Thompson, D., Tison, Tolbert, Vollmer, Willcox, Wingo, Woods.



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ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Officers President Gilbert Hetherwick Vice-President Irl Harper Secretary Camp Flournoy Treasurer John Marshall MEMBERS: Roland Achee, Horace Alvord, David Barton, Zack Bennett, G. L. Blaxton, Tom Bush, Phil Clifton, Jack Comegys, Robert Eatman, Camp Flournoy, Richard Gibbs, John Gilcrease, Irl Harper, E. W. Harris, John Haygood, Gilbert Hetherwick, Norman Hunter, Barron Johns, Jr., Albert G. Johnson, Jr., Jack Keenan, Collier Kinnebrew, Jack Madden, John W. Marshall, Jr., Lester Moore, Alec May, Lawrence May, Al Richardson, Leroy Scott, Arthur Shuey, Charles Stamper, Joe Stephens, Burl Sullivan, Clint Teacle, Norman Walker, James Webb, Jr., Edwin Whited, Bruce Williams. PLEDGES: Billy Jack Bennett, William Booth, Warren Fulton, Tom Griffith, Frank Hall, Roy Lyons, Robert Mitchell, Bennie Ray Oliphant, William Patton, Robert Pugh, Tyler Pirtle, Robert Raley, James Robins, E. B. Robinson, Robert Spooner, William Stephens, C. H. Vandegaer, Joe Walters, James Youngelood. In fhe field of individual accomplishments, the Chapter began its string of victories early when Tom Griffith and Lester Moore captured the presidencies of the Sophomore and Freshman classes. Camp Flournoy, Buddy Kinnebrew, and foe Stephens were elected to other positions in the Senior and Junior classes. In the scholastic field, the Chapter had many representatives in both the honorary scholastic fraternities, with Gilbert Hetherwick and Ro- land Achee heading Alpha Chi and Alpha Sigma Pi, respectively, and Jack Marshall as secretary of the former. Prexy Hetherwick, " Centenary Gentleman, " and Flournoy, " Most Pop- ular Boy, " were president and treasurer, respectively, of the Student Senate. The science department named David Barton president of Sigma Pi Sigma, honorary physics fraternity, with Leroy Scott as secretary. In the language department, Clint Teacle and Al Richardson were vice- presidents of the French and Spanish Clubs, with Roland Achee head- ing the Dramatics Club. The journalism field found Retiring President Hetherwick turning the editorship of the Conglomerate over to Presi- dent-elect Joe Stephens. These two with Camp Flournoy also repre- sented the school in the annual publication of " Who ' s Who. " Prexy Bert paddles The KA Homecoming float with Little Walt, mascot. Shcot the moon to me, Camp boy.

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