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

 - Class of 1943

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SPANISH CLUB Standing: White, Brown, Hawkins, Singlust, Durham, Barksdale, Hearn, Boyet, Green, Whisner, McGoldrick, Turner. Seated: Meadows, Jones, M., Jones, J., EUwood, Tregre, Peyton, Oxford, Fullilove, Yancey. Not restricted to those students now studying the Spanish language, the Spanish Club has this year attempted to broaden its scope. Its members realize the necessity of a knowledge of Spanish-speaking people, their language and customs, for a stronger alliance with Central and South America during this international struggle for freedom. The aim is, therefore, to strengthen relations with our neighbors to the South. Programs on the Latin American countries as to their present status have been presented by Caroline Fullilove, program chairman. The annual Christmas party had to be discontinued, since many of the officers and members were engaged in defense activities, and since most banquets and parties are being discontinued for the duration. Nevertheless, Mr. R. E. White, the sponsor of the club, presented an interesting discussion of a Mexican Christmas sea- son. Other unusual programs presented included speakers on Spanish and Mexican authors and artists, as Cervantes, de Vega, Goya, El Greco, Rivera, and Orozco. Jimmye Brown presided over the meetings as president, assisted by Martha Stevens, vice-president, and Allan Durham, secretary-treas- urer. It is the desire of this organization that much time in the future will be given to the study of our Spanish-speaking friends of the Americas, in order that the United States have a firmer and more lasting friendship with them. OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Jimmye Brown Martha Stevens Allan Durham MEMBERS Elaine Barksdale Elaine Boyett Jimmye Brown Allan Durham Elsie Ellwood Caroline Fullilove Betty Ann Green Anice Hawkins Gene Hearn Joanna Jones Gloria Marjorie Jones Vada McGoldrick Julie Meadows Katy Oxford Martha Peyton William Singlust Martha Stevens Margaret Tregre James Turner Martha Yancey Whisner

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COMMERCE CLUB OFFICERS Auirey, Bennett, B., Bennett, Z . Eichelberger, Hooper, Madden Reeks, Richey, Singlust. Cieswell, DeFatta, Durham . . Phillips, Pugh, Ramey . President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Betty Jane Autrey Billy Jack Bennett Zack Bennett Frank Creswell Vincent DeFatta Allan Durham William Eichelberger Kathryn Hooper Frank Creswell Allan Durham Cecil Ramey Jack Madden Margaret Phillips Bob Pugh Cecil Ramey Jack Reeks Ruby Mae Richey William Singlust The Commerce Club, formed by students in the Commerce Department, set up a series of goals for this year at their first meeting. The program agreed upon in- cluded the foundation work for a future Commerce Club Library, the outline of periodic round table discussions on topics of interest in the commercial world, and the presentation of at least one speaker during the year. With the splendid help and cooperation of the college and Professor See, advisor to this group, lumber was obtained with which to build the shelves for the library. Members of the club volunteered their time and service to constructing these shelves, and the finished products are on display in the Commerce Building. Speaker for the year was Mr. R. B. Mc- Pherson, Vice-President of the First Na- tional Bank of this city, who presented an interesting lecture on the subject, " State- ment Analysis. " Members attending re- ceived a new concept of this field of busi- ness. During the year several members an- swered the call to service, among which were John Brocato, William Singlust, Henry Winegeart, and William Eichelber- ger. Others are in various Reserve groups. Because of the definite need for men and women acquainted with the work which is studied by this group, the Commerce Club feels that it can look to the future for many more years of success.



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CENCOE CLUB OFFICERS President Helen Jennings Vice-President Jeanne Maynard Secretary-Treasurer .... Mary F. Peyton Baird, Blaxion, Broussard, Clay, Crawford . . . Dickson, Dobson, Flowers, Harper, Hart . . . Hearn, Hendrick, Hodges, Jennings, Kil- patrick . . . Maynard, Moffett, Moreneaux, Mulkey, New . . . Pey- ton, Richardson, Skinner, Stewart . . . Thibodeaux, Tippett, Viosca, Webb. MEMBERS Gerry Baird Betty Blaxton Tilly Broussard Carolyn Clay Harriett Crawford Adelaide Dickson Nan Dobson Jean Flowers Patricia Harper Martha Hart Gene Hearn Camille Hendrick Laura Hodges Helen Jennings Virginia Kilpatrick Jeanne Maynard Margaret Moffett Kathryn Moreneaux Susie Mulkey Mary Smith New Mary Foster Peyton Sydney Skninner Mary K. Richardson Norma Stewart Ann Thibodeaux Gladys Tippett Dorothy Viosca Lucille Webb The CenCoe Club was organized in Feb- ruary, 1937, at Centenary College. The name was derived from the first three letters in " Centenary " and the first three letters in " Co-education. " Ten outstand- ing Shreveport girls are chosen from each sorority, the one requirement being that they are upperclassmen. The first and most important purpose is to break down the wall of antagonism and create a more friendly spirit among the sororities on the Centenary Campus. The secondary purpose is social, including parties and dances especially during the summer months, thus affording a means of contact for the members during vaca- tion. The annual Reception and Program Dance is a CenCoe tradition, and other note- worthy events sponsored every year are the Christmas Luncheon for the members, the Retiring President ' s Luncheon, an in- formal dance during the summer, and if possible, one social function during each month of the summer vacation. At the end of each school year CenCoe presents a cup to the outstanding senior member. Selection is based upon co- operation with and loyalty to her sorority, to CenCoe, to the Faculty, and to her Alma Mater.

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