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MAROON 1 ■■ ■■ " Marooned " on chapel day. Officers President June Franks Vice-President Jean Gibson Secretary Norma Stewart Treasurer Emilie Ann Connell Members ALPHA XI DELTA: Jean Gibson, Martha Hart, Sydney Skinner. CHI OMEGA: Betty Blaxton, Emilie Ann Connell, Jeanne Maynard. ZETA TAU ALPHA: Gene Hearn, Camille Hendrick, Nor- ma Stewart. AUFAIT: June Franks, Elizabeth Houston, Harriet Lieber. The idea of the Maroon Jackets was conceived by a stu- dent in 1931, and with the aid of Dean Campbell the or- ganization became a reality. With Helen Nelson (Mrs. Fred Ohl) as first president, the group set up the traditions and requirements that are still being held. The members Blaxton, Connell . . . Franks, Gibson . . . Hart, Hearn . . . Hendrick, Houston . . .Lieber, Maynard . . . Skinner, Stewart.
Page 49 text:
Homecoming was a happy occasion lor Dr. Cline. He is shown crowning Miss Peg Hawkins, Queen of the 1941 Homecoming Day. MEMORIES OF Mc • • -• d tyteatt( ieh Jjm JiSS Jl JlL
Page 51 text:
JACKETS Waiting tor a turn in the speedboat wore the traditional white skirts and maroon jackets which have changed only in style. This year marks the thirteenth anniversary of this honorary organization. Now, as then, there are three representatives from each sorority and the non-sorority group. These twelve girls, known as the of- ficial hostesses of the school, assist at regis- tration, usher in assembly and are on hand for all college activities. Maroon Jackets are selected from the junior and senior classes on the basis of scholar- ship, character, leadership, and appearance. Membership in the organization is an honor sought by every Centenary girl. Bids are is- sued by the members in the form of letters written in maroon ink on white paper, there- by carrying out the colors of the organiza- tion and the school. Social functions of the year have included a party on Cross Lake, given by Mr. Ray Wil- liams, and the annual luncheon given by the gracious sponsor, Mrs. Campbell. Honorary Maroon Jacket, Ray Williams, watching his guests Some tun!
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