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

 - Class of 1944

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Members Jean Arthur Mary E. Borchert Myrtle Canon Betty Colvin Jane Lee Cook Loyce Crawford Jane Davis Dorothy Dodd Dannie Duerson Jean Elder Elsie Ellwood Barbara Fitzgerald Harriett Fowler Joan Gibbons Lucille Gibson Helen Gillespii Dorothy Graham Virginia Graham Ermine Harper Gene Hearn Virginia Steere Henderson Camile Hendrick June Hetherwick Eleanor Jenkins Marjorie Jenkins Julie Meadows Frances Moore Joyce Myner Mary Smith New Martha Peyton Marjorie Nell Porter Mildred Ridgeway Mary Lou Slay Kitty Sneed Mary Stewart Steger Norma Stewart Sally Stone Margaret Tregre {Catherine Turner Dorothy Viosca Lucille Webb Lucretia Wilson Arthur, Borchert, Canon, Colvin, Cook, Crawford, Davis . . . Dodd, Duerson, Elder, Ellwood, Fitz- gerald, Fowler, Gibbons . . . Gib- son, Gillespie, D. Graham, V. Graham, Harper, Hearn, Hender- son . . . Hetherwick, Hendrick, Jenkins, Jones, Meadows, Moore, Myner . . . New, Peyton, Porter, Ridgev ay, Slay, Sneed, Steger . . . Stewart, Stone, Tregre, Turn- er, Viosca, Webb, Wilson. The " little white house on the hill " Officers President Camille Hendrick Vice-President Dorothy Viosca Secretary Mary Smith New Treasurer Norma Stewart ZETA TAU ALPHA

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President McAneny vsields a wicked paddle! Evidently rationing didn ' t bother the Lambda Chis. Officers President Frank McAneny Vice-President L. K. Herlong Secretary Marshall Kesling Treasurer William F. Roberts Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity has 1 1 1 chapters in the United States, Canada and South America. There are two chapters in Canada and two in Brazil. Although comparatively young, being organized in 1909, Lambda Chi Alpha has the national rating of being the fastest expanding organization in the fraternal world. Theta Rho Zeta was reorganized on Centenary campus, February, 1941, with the initiation of five boys, which took place at Theta Psi of Ruston Tech. The president of Theta Rho Zeta, Frank McAneny, is a member of the Art Club, the Spanish Club, and is president of the Geological Society. He also represents Lambda Chi Alpha in the Student Senate and on Ihe Inter-Fraternity Council. Frank ' s capable leadership has helped to put Theta Rho Zeta on a more sound foot- ing, with good prospects of survival through the duration of the war. Marshall Kesling, who is secretary of Theta Rho Zeta, is a member of Alpha Sigma Chi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Inter-Fraternity Council, and the Student Senate. He serves as treasurer of Alpha Chi. Lambda Chi is proud to number Bill Roberts among its recent initiates. Bill served with the Marine Corps through the Guadal- canal and Solomon Island campaigns. He has been elected to fill the office of treasurer of Theta Rho Zeta. Social functions during the past year have been numerous. Very enjoyable among these was the afternoon party at which Governor Sam Jones and Mrs. Jones were entertained. The Fall rushing began with a bar- becue at Cross Lake. Pledging was successful but many were called by Uncle Sam before they could be initiated. Lieutenant Roy Hayes and Tubby Rogers of the Theta Psi chapter at Tech have given Rho Zeta their ut- most assistance during the past year. Another to whom Lambda Chi gives thanks is Alumnus Advisor and past High Pi William G. Phelps. THETA RHO ZETA CHAPTER



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BETA IOTA CHAPTER As the United States enters its third year at war, the girls of the blue and grey at Centenary continue doing their bit for their country. Regular afternoons are spent at bandage rolling for the Red Cross, and some of the girls are engaged in Nurses ' Aide work cr in serving the O.C.D. or U.S.O. in various ways. Not so much time has been spent on social functions as in former years. There have been several open houses given for the Army Air Corps Cadets stationed on both campuses, and a formal dance at Ihe Christmas season helped to boost morale. Along with these war activities, the Zetas continued to fill their place in campus activities. At the be- ginning of the year thirteen new pledges graced the roster, and at mid-semester five more were added. The neophytes soon had a share in campus honors when Helen Gillespie was elected vice-president cf the French Club and Intramural Representative. The chapter claimed two class officers in Virginia Graham, vice-president of the senior class, and Lu- cille Webb, secretary of the junior class. Prexy Camille Hendrick ably held the position of secretary cf the Student Body and Senate. Camille was quite a campus notable, being selected for " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " and as a member of Maroon Jackets and CenCoe. Other presidential offices held by the Zetas were Chi Sigma Nu, Norma Stewart, who was also secretary of the Maroon Jackets; CenCoe, Gene Hearn; and Dormitory Council, Eleanor Jenkins. Beta Iota is proud of Jean Elder, star dancer of Kollege Kapers, who was selected as " Miss Kollege Kapers. " Scholastically, the girls of the " white house on the hill " were well represented in honorary organiza- tion. Harriet Fowler, Helen Gillespie, June Hetherwick, and Katherine Turner were in Alpha Sigma Pi, and Martha Peyton served as co-ed vice-president of that organization. Secretary of Alpha Chi was Gene Hearn. In Chi Sigma Nu were Eleanor Jenkins and Dorothy Viosca. Pi Mu Sigma and Alpha Sigma Chi claimed a member in Loyce Crawford. Thus maintaining her place in war activities and in campus life, Zeta Tau Alpha is hoping for the peace that will return the well-rounded college life of former days. And a goodly crowd was there. Is that " Smitty " cr " Miriam of Irium " fame? I

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