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CENCOE CLUB Officers President Gene Hearn Vice-President Sidney Skinner Secretary -Treasurer Jeanne Maynard The CenCoe Club was organized in February, 1937, at Centenary College. It is an inter-sorority organization composed of ten girls from each of the three sororities on the campus. Membership, heretofore limited to town girls, is now open also to those from out of town when there is need to fill the quota of ten girls from each sorority. Members must be upperclassmen, preferably juniors and seniors, with officers chosen from the three sororities in rotation. The purpose of CenCoe is to create more friendly understanding and cooperation among the girls ' Greek letter groups. Meetings are held once a month and constitute friendly " get togethers " necessary to this understanding. Social activities of the CenCoes have been curtailed because of the present conditions, so this year ' s func- tions were limited to a luncheon in February and the traditional Retiring President ' s Luncheon in May. At the end of the school year it has been the custom of the CenCoe Club to present a trophy to the most outstanding senior member of the organization. Selection is based upon cooperation with and loyalty to her sorority, to CenCoe, to the faculty, and to her Alma Mater. Arthur, Blaxton, Brown, Canon, Clay, Connell . . . Dobson, Finley, Frazier, Gibson, D. Graham, V. Graham . Green, Hearn, Hendrick, Hudson, Loveladdy, Maier . . . Maynard, Moitett, New, Richardson, Rigby, Skinner . Stewart, Texada, Viosca, Weaver, Webb, Yancey. Members Jean Arthur Betty Blaxton Eleanor Brown Myrtle Canon Carolyn Clay Emilie Ann Connell Nan Dobson Doris Finley Ladell Frazier Jean Gibson Dorothy Graham Virginia Graham Betty Ann Green Gene Hearn Camille Hendrick Elizabeth Ann Hudson Billye Loveladdy Shirley Maier Jeanne Maynard Margaret Moffett Mary Smith New Mary katherine Richardson Carolyn Rigby Sidney Skinner Norma Stewart Mary Earle Texada Dorothy Viosca Helen Weaver Lucille Webb Martha Yancey
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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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■I ' n if . =• ' ■3r " 4 «f««-i f£?S? ■yf «— • V bcs ??! Meltzer, Quinn, Turner, Miller, McAneny, Robertson, Connell, Kesling. Officers President Norman Robertson Vice-President Maxine Meltzer Secretary-Treasurer Emilie Ann Connell Emilie Ann Connell Iris Connell Danny Duerson June Franks Mar y Hughes Frank McAneny Julie Meadows Members Maxine Meltzer Betty Ilene Pearlman Madeleine Pilgreen Charlotte Quinn Norman Robertson Mildred Tippett Katherine Turner The Art Club, under the sponsorship of Professor Don Brown, was founded in 1943. Its purpose was to set aside a designated hour when the students might sketch and work seriously, profiting by the constructive criticism of their fellows. Due to the stress of the times, the program has been held to a more serious theme, time devoted to creative work. To be sure, social activities are not lacking, for there is always present at the meetings a congenial group whose fun and friendship ultimately results in a natural fellowship. During the gatherings each student endeavors to make some worthwhile contribution along artistic lines. A sincere interest in creative work is the only requirement for membership in this organization. The group holds that such an interest must be present if any contribution can be made. The studio is open to members every afternoon, and regular meet- ings are held on Wednesday afternoons. ART CLUB
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