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Apple, Allen, Belden, Blackwell, Brown, Clark, Crawlord, Dobson, Dwire, Farquhar, Flowers, Frazier . . . Freeze, Gibson, Haigler, Harper, Harris, B., Harris, O., Hart, Hicks, Jennings, Lewis, Loveladdy, Moreneaux . . . Powell, Rolfs, Skinner, Smith, A., Smith, B., Snell, Stephenson, Temple, Till, Weems, Williams, Woods. The friendly Alpha Xi ' s have rolled up another record for the envy of past and future members in this, their eleventh year of activity on the Centenary Campus. The activi- ties of their members are many and varied, and embrace almost every phase of cam- pus life. Their president, LaRue Powell, distinguished herself as a member of the Stu- dent Senate, Cen Coe, Pan-Hellenic Council, and Chi Sigma Nu, as well as being listed in Who ' s Who in American Colleges. She was ably assisted in her management of Alpha Xi ' s activities by the vice-president, Helen Dwire, who is also vice-president of the Pan-Hellenic Council, treasurer of the Maroon Jackets, a member of Cen Coe and of the Faculty-Fraternity Committee, a beauty, and a class officer. Margaret Williams, their efficient secretary, in spite of the work demanded for her office, found time to be a most active member of the Maroon Jackets. The distinction of the Alpha Xi ' s was emphasized in various ways, from beauty queens and fraternity sponsors to high scholastic honors by such members as Georgia Ella Till, Patricia Harper, Betty Bryant, and Helon Allen. At any football game you could see the girls in their blue and gold uniforms, pepping up the players and spectators alike with their lively yells. The social life of the girls of the quill is never dull. Their regular Mon- day night suppers before meetings are enjoyed by all the members, as are also their many charitable works, such as their annual Christmas party given in their house for needy children in the city. Two of the high points in their social program are their an- nual Rose Banquet and Founder ' s Day Banquet and Dance; all of their dances are known for their originality and appeal. Claiming most of the attention and excitement at the little brown lodge at present is the Chapter ' s choice for next year ' s president and chief guide — petite, brunette, brown-eyed Martha Hart, who, though only a Sophomore, promises to bring bigger and better things to her lodge. Already Martha is a Cen Coe, a member of Cenhomec, and manager of Sophomore Class athletics. She is a hardworking and conscientious member, and her lovable disposition and winning ways should make her a good president. ALPHA XI DELTA... BETA
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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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Off i c e r s President . . LaRue Powell Vice-President . . . . Helen Dwire Secretary . . . Margaret Williams Treasurer . Kathryn Blackwell Members Helon Allen Bette Smith Mary Catherine Apple Betty Temple Imogene Atkins Georgia Ella Till Kathryn Blackwell Kathryn Weens Gloria Brown Margaret Williams Iean Clark Harriett Crawford PLEDGES Nan Dobson Jean Belden Helen Dwire Betty Bryant Jean Flowers Helen Conroy Dorothy Freeze Jean Gibson Patricia Harper Barbara Harris Ouida Harris Martha Hart Helen Jennings Dorothy Farquhar Ladell Frazier Phyllis Haigler Rose Marie Hicks Sylvia Hubbard Billye Loveladdy Virginia Lewis Anna Belle Smith Kathryn Moreaneaux Lorraine Snell LaRue Powell Margie Mae Stephenson June Rolfs Marcella Totten Sydney Skinner Helen Woods The Alpha Xi ' s throw a dance . . Gathering around or an old sing-song . Soup ' s on! . . . National Deiense. GAMMA CHAPTER
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