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Bailey, Babington, Branton, Caraway Cook, Craw ord, Eachus, Ellis, Eubank Spitzkeit. . McGuirt, Pomeroy, Reid, Roberts, Officers President Webb D. Pomeroy Vice-President Walton " Pete " Spitzkeit Secretary-Treasurer Ray Branton Members Wallace K. Babington Jane Lee Cook Donald S. Ellis Webb D. Pomeroy Harold S. Bailey Marvin H. Corley Furman Eubank Ann Wanda Reid T. Ray Branton Loyce Crawford Howard T. McCarty Bill Roberts Jimmie J. Caraway Doreen Eachus Garnett Richard McGuirt " Pete " Spitzkeit " Well done, thou good and faithful servant ... " The Ministerial Club is composed of members who have set as their goal in life these words of their Master. This organization has spread its Christian influence over the Centenary campus for twenty-three years, having been founded in 1921 by Dr. George Sexton. The Minis- terial Club has been fortunate in having as their sponsors since organization Dean and Mrs. R. E. Smith. This year the club has been under the capable leadership of Webb Pomeroy, recently called into Chaplain ' s service in the U. S. Navy, and vice-president Pete Spitzkeit. The entire plan of work for 1943-44 was. termed a " building program. " It is the object of the Ministerial Club to promote religious activities on the campus and in the dormitories. The first step toward this goal was, for the first time in the club ' s history, to include girls as members rather than as an honorary part of the organization. This year as in years previous, several of the members served as pastors for rural communities and as leaders for the religious assemblies. MINISTERIAL CLUB
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Audrey, Bailey, Brown, Clay, Colvard, DeMoss . Freeman, Graves, Green Kleban, Larry, McGill Richey, Stringer, Strother, Watson. Maytield, Morris, Phillips, Officers President A. Browning Morris Vice-President Betty Jane Autrey Secretary-Treasurer Harrell Larry Members Betty Jane Autrey Eloise DeMoss Harrell Larry Ruby Mae Richey Elizabeth Bailey David Freeman Mary McGill Dorothy Searcy Emily Ruth Brown Glenn Graves Anita Mayfield Margaret Stringer Carolyn Clay Betty Ann Green A. B. Morris Margaret Ann Strother Miriam Colvard Joy Kleban Margaret Phillips Helen Watson During the past ten years the Commerce Club has been active in promoting a better understanding of prac- tical business operations by the students in the Commerce Department. Its purpose has been to bring to the student of commerce or economics some practical applications of the principles he is studying in the classroom. Leaders of business and industry in the Shreveport area have contributed much to the program of the organi- zation by giving of their time and facilities. Each year the program committee selects some particular phase of business activity in which the members are interested and devotes the several programs to a study of the selected business activities. This year ' s programs have been devoted to the oil industry, brokerage, and finance. Mr. John F. Adams of the Creole Petroleum Co. of Venezuela spoke on " Opportunities Offered by the Oil Industry in Latin Amer- ica. " Mr. Paul Clay of the Advertising Department of the Arkansas Natural Companies presented an in- teresting program on the oil industry which featured a sound film entitled " Oil in War. " Mr. Carney James, Manager of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Beane, was host to the members of the club at a special meeting held in the company ' s brokerage office, where operations of the organization were demonstrated. During the year four former members of the club have passed three out of the four required sections of the examinations for the Certified Public Accountants Certificate given by the State Board of Examiners of the C.P.A. Society of Louisiana. These men, Robert Webster, ' 41, former president of the Club, Lewis Finnell, ' 41, Austin Robertson, ' 33, and Preston Petty will take the fourth section of the examination, Accounting Practice, in May. COMMERCE CLUB
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CENHOMEC CLUB Officers President Sarah Winegeart Secretary , Mary Elizabeth Achee Treasurer Martha Hart Members Mary Elizabeth Achee Georgia Ruth Goldsby Mary Hughes Margaret McInnis Dannie Boone Betty Ann Green Sunny Iles Mary Louise Rogers Janice Butler Martha Hart Dean Kihneman Evelyn Sutton Gene Edwards June Hetherwick George Levingston Mary Earle Texada Doris Finley Virginia Henderson Shirley Maier Betty Thomas Muriel Ford Ethelyn Hughes Mary McGill Sarah Ellen Winegeart The department of student clubs is one of the ten professional departments provided in the present organiza- tion of the American Home Economics Association. One item in the program of work of the association is the development of plans for club work leading to personal growth and a professional spirit in home econom- ics students. Cenhomec, the home economics club, was organized and directed to provide an opportunity for personal development of the members, for service to the school and community, and for participation in improving home and family living. Programs at the regular meetings of the club offer members the possibilities of gain- ing a broader conception of the field of home economics and the professional opportunities offered graduates. The club plans a program of experiences which will develop teamwork and promote friendship among its members, which will provide an opportunity for members to carry responsibility and will thereby help to develop good leadership and intelligent fellowship; it will also encourage creative art. These plans urge each member to contribute toward the happiness and well being of the persons in her home and community. The club programs help members to know themselves better in relation to their own group, work, and play needs. Cenhomec cooperates with the other local clubs and with state and national groups. Sarah Winegeart is vice-president of the Louisiana State College Association, and on November 13, 1943, she attended the state- wide meeting held at Louisiana College in Pineville, Louisiana. Back row: Hetherwick, McGill, Kihneman, M. Hughes, E. Hughes, Middle row: Henderson, Green, Edwards, Winegeart, Rogers, Thomas, Butler, Goldsby, Boone, Finley, Carlisle. Front row: Maytield, Mclinnis, Brown.
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