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Officers President Mary Alice Shores Vice-President Gladys Tippett Secretary Anne Robinson Treasurer Ann Thibodeaux Members Claude Blackburn Betty Blaxton Carolyn Boyet Eleanor Brown Jimmye Brown Elizabeth Burton Carolyn Clay Carolyn Coburn Emilie Anne Connell June Cook Mildred Davenport Margaret Eubank Felice Hicks Ella Mae McKee Elizabeth Matthews Jeanne Maynard Margaret Moffett Dorothy Ann Morehead Susie Mulk ey Charlotte Newsom Frances Oden • Glennye H. Pirtle Carolyn Rigby Norman Robertson Anne Robinson Lucille Sanford Mary Alice Shores Betty Gordon Smith Mary Earle Texada Ann Thibodeaux Gladys Tippett Dorothy Rose Tucker Virginia Lil Turner Duane Webster Charlotte Anne Wilkes Ethel Williamson Roberta Williamson Marie Isabel Wolf Pledges Nan Elizabeth Banks Jane Bartlett Adelaide Dickson Virginia Friddle Althea Mix Margaret Owens Phyllis Terry Claire Tinnin Betty Jane Tremaine Gladys M. Williams Betty Wofford CHI OMEGA
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Arthur, Baird, Boyce, Burnette, Canon, C, Canon, M., Cory, Eastham, Gano, Giles, Gillespie . . . Glassell, Graham, D., Graham, V., Hawkins, Harris, Hearne, Hendrick, Holloway, Holmes, Jenkins, Kilpatrick . . . Lewis, McCutcheon, Menetee, Miller, Montgomery, Murrell, New, Orme, Peyton, M. F., Peyton, S., Porter . . . Prothro, Rogers, Spengler, Stevens, Stewart, Viosca, Webb, A., Webb, L., Williams, Wilson. The Zetas started rolling up honors for 1941-42 early in the fall by adding eighteen girls to their roster during pledge week. Later this list was enlarged by six more neophytes as a result of mid-term rushing. Joanna Glassell was elected cheerleader and four Zetas were elected to serve as class offi- cers. In the Kollege Kapers cast for this year we find three Zetas: Martha Stevens, Justine Holmes, and Jean Evans. You will find five Zetas in the Centenary Band: Martha Stevens, El- len Eastham, Carolyn Canon, Margie Giles and Jackie Rogers. When Homecoming time came, the Zetas won first place in the float contest and continued their tradition of claiming the Homecoming Queen. Prexy Peg Hawkins was elected to reign over the festivities of the day. Besides this honor, Peg is Co-ed Vice-President of the Student Body; a member of Who ' s Who; CenCoe; Pan-Hellenic Council; and Maroon Jackets. Two other outstanding girls of this year ' s chapter are Azalie Webb and Ann Burnette. Besides her regular duties as Treasurer of Beta Iota, Azalie is this year ' s Band Sweetheart; President of the W. A. A.; a CenCoe; Junior Girl Manager for the newly-launched Inter-Mural Program; and " Centenary ' s Most Athletic Girl. " Secretary Ann Burnette has at the head of her list of many activities the student chairmanship of the Centenary Unit of the Red Cross. Her other ac- tivities include Associate Editor of the Conglomerate; Who ' s Who; President of the Maroon Jackets; CenCoe; Secretary-Treasurer of Pan-Hellenic; and awarded first place in the Student Senate Flag Contest held ment she was presented with an engraved plaque. The Zetas are well represented in honorary organizations and clubs on the campus. Myrian Holloway serves as president of Chi Sigma Nu and Margaret Gillespie as vice-president. Em- ily Prothro is secretary-treasurer of the Spanish Club. Elise Montgomery is vice-president of Alpha Chi and Margie Giles is treasurer of this same group. Student Senate. Ann also was this year and for this achieve- BETA IOTA CHAPTER
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IOTA GAMMA CHAPTER Chi Omega was founded on April 5, 1895, at the University of Arkansas. The sorority now has ninety-six active chapters. The Chi O ' s of Iota Gamma were busy ones this year. Besides the usual run of meetings, open houses, dances, and so forth, many of the girls under the cardinal and straw have been active in work outside of the college. Representatives of the X and the horseshoe could be found in The Little Theatre, Civilian Defense Work, and Red Cross Work. When not en- gaged in one of these activities, the girls must have studied some, for their scholastic aver- age was the highest on the campus. On the campus they did very well for themselves this year, having achieved many honors. Among the most outstanding members of the chapter is the President, Mary Alice Shores. She claimed membership in Pan Hellenic Council; CenCoe; Maroon Jackets; and Student Senate. Gladys Tippett, Vice-President, was President of the CenCoes and a member of Kollege Kapers; Pan-Hellenic Council; Dramatics Club; and Student Senate. Secretary, Anne Robinson was Vice-President of the Maroon Jackets and of the Dormitory Council; a member of Chi Sigma Nu and Psi Delta Chi. Treasurer, Jimmie Thibodeaux headed the Pan-Hellenic Council and held down the job of Secretary for the Student Body and Student Senate. Her other hon- ors included Who ' s Who; Most Popular Girl; CenCoe. Jimmye Brown was voted the Most Ver- satile Girl and elected a Kappa Sigma Sweetheart. Her honors included Who ' s Who; Kollege Kapers; Associate Editor of the Yoncopin; Psi Delta Chi; Dormitory Council. Susie Mulkey, Cheerleader, was elected Vice-President of the Sophomores and claimed membership in Alpha Sigma Pi; Pan-Hellenic; CenCoe. Pledge Mother, Rob Williamson was in the Maroon Jackets; Student Senate; Geological Club; CenCoe. Glennye H. Pirtle was Football Sweet- heart; Secretary of the Sophomores; Alpha Sigma Pi. Felice Hicks was voted Centenary Lady by the students on the campus. Banks, Bartlett, Blackburn, Blaxton, Boyet, Brown, E. . . . Brown, J., Burton, Clay, Coburn, Connell, Cook . . . Daven- port, Eubank, Fuddle, Hicks, McKee, Matthews . . . Maynaid, Mix, Moitett, Morehead, Mulkey, Newsome . . . Oden, Owens, Pirtle, Rigby, Robertson, Robinson . . . Saniord, Shores, Smith, Terry, Texada, Thibodeaux . . . Tinnin, Tippett, Tremaine, Tucker, Turner, Webster . . . Wilkes, Williams, Williamson, E., Williamson, R., Woiiord, Wall. Pledges Blaxton and Bartlett admire the crest. Brown and Tippett reminisce. " But I ' ve got a date Saturday night
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