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Back row: Lieber, Skinner, Larry, Marks, Adams, Eubank, McAneny, Kesling, Wedgeworth, Clay, Gibson, Robertson. Middle row: Houston, Hearn, Viosca, Webb, Jones, Hart. Front row: Eatman, Hendrick, Blaxton, West, Achee. Considering the constant inflow of new members due to the loss of students to the service, the Student Senate has done remarkably well this year. The long-hoped-for idea of a workable and successful honor system was discussed throughout the school year, the Senate urging the cooperation of the Student Body in this worthy venture. The Senate sponsored several dances and parties in an effort to maintain friendly spirit among the students. These affairs were all extremely successful and plans have been made for more in the future. This year an innovation was the constant use of faculty members as speakers to aid the Senate in formulating its plans and in gaining some idea of the faculty ' s consideration of this governing body. It was gratifying to note the interest shown on the parts of both the faculty and the students. Due to the loss of Roland Achee and Bob Eatman to the Navy, it was neces- sary for the school to hold a mid-year election for the offices of president and vice-president of the Student Body and Student Senate. The boys chosen to fill these offices were " Pete " Spitzkeit and Ike Muslow, and they capably ended the year. STUDENT SENATE Roland Achee Walton " Pete ' Spitzkeit
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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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THE CONGLOMERATE First Semester Staff Editor Roland Achee Associate Editors Barbara Fitzgerald Madeleine Pilgreen Sports Editors James Lee West, Jr. Horace Alvord Society Editor Jeanne Maynard Circulation Manager Betty Blaxton Business Manager Carolyn Clay Maynard, West, Eatman, and Blaxton look over copy and Conglomerate proofs. Twice each month the Centenary students drop everything to read the Conglomerate, the college newspaper. Roland Achee, who had served the paper as editor one semester of last year, continued in this capacity until mid-semester of this year when he received his degree and entered navy midshipman school at Notre Dame. Madeleine Pilgreen, who has had considerable experience with the Shreveport Times, replaced Achee as editor. Features of each edition of the paper are " Collegiate Clothesline, " a clever fashion column written by the fashion editor, Marilyn Miller; " Intramural Musings, " Dick McGuirt ' s sports column; letters from John Koppo- polas, a mysterious character who works in his office on the sixth floor of the Arts Building and has thus far been able to keep his identity a secret; and various columns such as " Conglomeration, " " Dig, Dig, Dig, " and " Here and There, " which keep the student body posted on all the latest happenings. Second Semester Staff Editor Madeleine Pilgreen Associate Editors Horace Alvord James Lee West, Jr. Jack Graham Marshall Kesling Managing Editor Mary Katherine Johnson Feature Editor Joan Gibbons Society Editor Mary Earle Texada Circulation Manager Betty Blaxton Business Manager Carolyn Clay Roland Achee explains the intricacies of the Conglom- erate to his successor, Madeleine Pilgreen, as Carolyn Clay, business manager, looks on.
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