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Members Dixie Lee Ball Betty Blaxton Daisy Brown Janice Campbell Miriam Colvard Iris Connell Lucille Day Miriam Fightmaster Caroline Fullilove Joan Gibbons Yvonne Harrison Margaret Hollingsworth Nelwyn Jarmon Ernestine Johnson Patsy Meece Frances Moore Claire Noel Mary Louise Rodgers Dorothy Searcy Martha Stevens Sally Stone Dorothy Viosca Betty Jean Waldron Mary Emma White Chi Sigma Nu, founded in 1937 by five future teachers who wished to further their educational aims, is an honorary fraternity whose membership is lim- ited to those students interested in teaching and the furtherance of education. To qualify for membership, one must be above sophomore standing and main- tain a " B " average in college. The candidate for membership must also pass the unanimous vote of the chapter before a bid can be extended. As the num- ber of members is limited, those wearing the gold key of Chi Sigma Nu are justly proud. The purpose of this fraternity is to promote high standards of scholarship among students of education who contemplate teaching as a profession and to foster an interest in contemporary educational problems. Speakers scheduled for the meetings include outstanding educators of both city and state. These educators generally discuss the classroom problems of the prospective teachers as well as the latest trends in education, thereby lending invaluable advice to those college students who will soon enter the educational field. By such timely talks and by actual experience gained in work at the Demonstration school, each member is greatly benefited. The fraternity is assisted by the staff of the Centenary Demonstration School. CHI SIGMA NU Officers President . Martha Stevens V. -President, Dorothy Viosca Sec ' y-Treas. . . Lucille Day Standing: Gibbons, Campbell, Waldron, Stevens, Middlebrooks, Fullilove. Seated: Blaxton, Brown, Meece, Searcy, Moore, Johnson.
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FRENCH CLUB Officers President Lonard Wells Vice President Helen Gillespie Secretary-Treasurer .... Jane Lee Cook Members Elizabeth Allensworth Bessie Browder Iris Connell Jane Lee Cook Susan Dickey Gloria Dierlam Jarry Dierlam Dannie Duerson Clarence Erickson Mary Jean Fauria Helen Gillespie Mary Ann Goodwin Glenn Graves Anice Hawkins Ethelyn Hughes Lonard Clois James Marilyn Jones Kathleen Latham Tommy Legette Melba Mitchell Frances Moore Bonneau Peters Charlotte Quinn Doris Reese Shirlene Shaw Irma Lea Sibley Raymond Smith Sybille Spurlock Nellie Stuckey Mildred Tippett Wells Allensworth, Browder, Connell, Cook . . . Dickey, Dierlam, G., Dierlam, J., Duerson . . . Erickson, Fauria, Goodwin, Graves . . . Hawkins, Hughes, James, Jones . . . Latham, Legette, Mitchell, Moore . . . Peters, Quinn, Reese, Shaw, Sibley . . . Smith, Spurlock, Stuckey, Tippett, Wells. Under the leadership of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Ford, the French Club added one more year of suc- cess to its records — dedicated to problems con- cerning relations with all French speaking peo- ples. In addition to such a study, the social and political difficulties and traditions and cus- toms to be encountered in post war negotiations were discussed. The purpose of the French Club is to furnish opportunities for the students to increase their knowledge of French through conversation. Members of this modern language group are re- quired to maintain a " C " average in French. At monthly meetings conducted in French, guests included member s of the contingent of French soldiers stationed at Barksdale Field, and by this opportunity the members gained an insight into the life of both metropolitan and rural France. In tribute to the French fighters the club spon- sored a dance in the Sub during the Christmas holidays to which the French soldiers and Cen- tenary students were invited.
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CENHOMEC CLUB Officers President Sarah E. Winegeart Vice-President Doris Finley Secretary Betty J. Fletcher Treasurer Mary McGill Members Mary Elizabeth Achee Elizabeth Bailey Melba Boddie Dannie Boone Dorothy G. Carlisle Jarry Dierlam Sarah E. Downs Alta Ruth Drewett Charlotte Dupuy doreen eachus Doris Finley Betty Fletcher Ladell Frazier Mary Ann Goodwin Betty Ann Green June Hetherwick Frances Hilburn Georgia Levingston Mary McGill Anita Mayfield Pat Meece Marie Owens Eunice Reynolds Mary Lou Slay Betty Jean Waldron Sarah E. Winegeart Achee, Bailey, Boddie . . . Boone, Carlisle, Dierlam, Downs . . . Drewett, Dupuy, Eachus, Finley . . . Fletcher, Frazier, Goodwin, Green . . . Hetherwick, Hilburn, Levingston, McGill . . . Maylield, Meece, Owens, Reynolds . . . Slay, Thomas, Waldron, Winegeart. Cenhomec, the Home Economics Club, was or- ganized and directed to provide an opportunity for the personal development of its members for service to school and community, and for participation in improving home and family living. This year, meetings were highlighted by united Red Cross work, and discussions of domestic activities vital to the winning of the war. " American Beauty " was the theme selected for this year ' s programs, and great benefit was de- rived from the interesting talks presented on American literature, art, furniture, and fashion. Mary Lou Slay was chosen to represent Cen- tenary as a delegate to the Province meeting held at Jackson, Mississippi, and was there selected State Officer. Mary Elizabeth Achee, the state president of the La. Home Economics Council, was Cenhomec ' s representative at the State meeting held at Alexandria in November. June Hetherwick was selected as Cenhomec ' s representative to the Province meeting held in Jackson, Mississippi.
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