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Eagan, Hooper, Sutton, Flanks, Lieber, Breithaupt, Lunny, Riggs, Terry, Autrey. President Kathryn Hooper Vice-President Carolyn Lunny Secretary .... Shirley Elizabeth Eagan Treasurer Aline Breithaupt MEMBERS Betty Jane Autrey Anita Mayfield Aline Breithaupt Katy Oxford Jeanette Craber Ruby Mae Richey Shirley Elizabeth Eagan Helen Riggs June Franks Virginia Rogers Kathryn Hooper Marjorie Sutton Elizabeth Houston Phyliss Terry Harriett Lieber Mae Jean Tilleux Carolyn Lunny auiait In its fourth year of activity on the Centenary Campus, Aufait came forth with many new and original ideas which set the pace for others to follow. In giving a Saddle Shoe Stomp, an informal afternoon affair, a new note was struck in dances on the campus. Although their project of decorating the meeting room in the SUB was postponed until apres la guerre, new pins were designed and ordered. Several suppers were given along with the annual installation banquet. In spite of small membership, quality was the word for Aufait. Prexy Kathryn Hooper presided capably while being Maroon Jacket Vice-Presi- dent and a Chi Sigma Nu member. Carolyn Lunny found time between presenting programs to the Aufaits to hold office in Alpha Chi, Sigma Pi Sigma, and to be a member of the Student Senate, Who ' s Who, Maroon Jackets, and the Dormitory Council. Shirley Eagan, secretary, was also an officer in Alpha Sigma Chi and on the Dormitory Council, while Treasurer Aline Breithaupt held an important position in Cenhomec and was a Maroon Jacket. Harriet Lieber was a Kappa Sigma Sweet- heart, on the Yoncopin Staff, in the Student Senate, and in Alpha Sigma Pi. Although the sponsors, Mrs. A. R. Campbell and Mrs. Bryant Davidson, were all out for the war effort, their interest in Aufait did not falter. In wartime or in peace, Aufait ' s high and democratic ideals are a unique part of Centenary.
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gamma chapter With the advent of war, the necessity for buying war bonds, and the scarcity of men on the campus, the Alpha Xi ' s found themselves this year in a position very different from former years. No longer would there be many big social functions, so the secondary purpose of the sorority was in a large measure dis- continued, though the primary purpose flourished as ever. The Sisterhood car- ried on with even greater vitality and directed its energy into more worthwhile channels. Alpha Xi ' s found the Red Cross needing their services, so on Friday afternoons they made a weekly pilgrimage to roll bandages at the local Red Cross Station. To celebrate their national birthday the national organization of Alpha Xi Delta contributed a Mobile Blood Donor Unit to the national Red Cross. Several times during the year they participated on programs for the U.S.O. All this does not mean that there was a let-up in campus activity. Nancy Nance, Nan Dobson, Patricia Harper, Martha Hart, and Helen Jennings served on the Intramural Council, Elaine Henderson was featured in an acrobatic tap dance in Kollege Kapers, and Martha Hart was elected as one of Centenary ' s four beauties. Members elected to Chi Sigma Nu were Sydney Skinner, Nan Dobson, and Kathryn Weems, and Alpha Xi ' s in other honorary organizations were Patricia Harper in Alpha Chi, and Billye Loveladdy in Pi Mu Sigma. One of the most illustrious members of the organization this year was its presi- dent, winsome Martha Hart, who was a CenCoe, a Maroon Jacket, a Pan-Hel- lenic Council member, a Student Senate member, and listed in Who ' s Who. Vice-President Billye Loveladdy, aside from being well-known in the Science Department of the college, was elected as secretary for the Dormitory Council. Jean Gibson, who wrote minutes for the sorority, served as President of the Pan-Hellenic Council, President of the Dormitory, and was a member of the Student Senate and the Maroon Jackets. So wartime has bound the Alpha Xi Sisters more closely together and they have found time for war work, campus activities and the " Little Brown House, " hoping for a future that contains better prospects for the full college life. alpha xi delta
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