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Every year the home-town audience selects Miss Kollege Kapers, and this year the title was given to Jean Elder, the popular and talented dancer with the show. Besides her cwn solos, Jean staged and directed a nov- elty dance number — the Kaperettes. Centenary ' s vocal ensemble accompanies Kollege Kapers each season and always meets great approval. This year the group, though smaller than usual, maintained its pop- ularity with armed services especially. Back row: Roberts, Wells, Babington, Hall, Armstrong, Reeks. Front row: Willey, Petree, Myrer, Duerson, Hampton, Franks, E. Hughes, M. Hughes, Martin, Norstrom. %i
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KOLLEGE KAPERS David Freeman and Fred Rogers give out with some popular jive. Emcee Roland Achee and pretty Jean- nette Reynolds practice with the mike before Kapers. The trio o Hughes, Martin, and Hughes strike a pose characteristic ol their costumes. Chrystal Walker, popular vocalist, relaxes in her Kapers linery. The 1944 Kollege Kapers show was spiked with comedy, songs and dancing as usual and kept up the Kapers record of real qual- ity. Every year this show, composed of Cen- tenary talent, tours the northern portion of the state, but since the war their trips have been to the army camps within reasonable distance. Outstanding was the show given for the wounded soldiers at Harmon General Hospital in Texas — so outstanding that the cast received a return invitation. Among the participants in this year s pci- formances, the main " find " was the trio 01 Mary Hughes, Mary Martin, and Puddin ' Hughes, who sang an old fashioned medley of tunes. Sue Jackson, billed as a " honey from Homer, " contributed a great deal to the success of this show. " Doc " Morehead is the faculty sponsor of the Kapers. Forbes Morrow and James Smith cut up during their comeay aci.
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DORMITORY COUNCIL The Dormitory Council is the governing body for the girls in Colonial Hall, using as a guide the Constitution and By-Laws of the Cooperative Student Government Association. This body is composed of the executive officers, a representative from each class, and the advisors, Mrs. Campbell, Dean of Women, and Mrs. Cox, hostess of the dormitory. The council meets weekly in order to discuss their problems and business affairs. The purpose of the association is to promote good conduct and further the interests of its members, transact business pertaining to its members, and enact and enforce the laws for its government. It always endeavors to uphold the traditions and ideals of Centenary College. It is the ardent desire of the Council, the Hostess, and the Dean of Women that the girls of the dormitory shall so love their college home as to find it easy and pleasant to cooperate in making Colonial Hall a de- lightful place in which to live. Members Elizabeth Bailey Ruth Brittain Iris Connell Jean Gibson Eleanor Jenkins Lucille Gibson Bill ye Loveladdy Georgia Ruth Goldsby Maxine Meltzer Seated: Bailey, L. Gib- son, Biittain, Meltzer, Goldsby, Connell, Jen- kins. Standing: }. Gib- son, Mrs. Cox, Love- laddy.
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