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CENCOE CLUB Officers President Mary Earle Texada Vice-President Myrtle Canon Secretary-Treasurer . . : Martha Yancey Members Betty Blaxton Eleanor Brown Myrtle Canon Carolyn Clay Lucille Day Eloise DeMoss Doris Finley Ladell Frazier Caroline Fullilove Joan Gibbons Dorothy Graham Betty Ann Green Mary Reed Greer Elizabeth Ann Hudson Marjorie Jones Doralyn Lusk Shirley Maier Margaret McInnis Mary Smith New Katy Oxford Martha Peyton Carolyn Rigby Montez Russ Sybille Spurlock Mary Earle Texada Betty Thomas Claire Tinnin Dorothy Viosca Helen Weaver Martha Yancey Blaxton, Brown, Canon, Clay . . . Day, DeMoss, Finley, Frazier . . . Fullilove, Gibbons, Graham, Green . . . Greer, Hudson, Jones, Lusk . . . Maier, McInnis, New, Ox ord . . . Peyton, Rigby, Russ, Spurlock, Texada . . , Thomas, Tinnin, Viosca, Weaver, Yancey. Surely one of the most worthwhile and repre- sentative clubs on Centenary campus is the CenCoe. Organized in February, 1937, the club grew from a need for some sort of inter-sorority activity, for the creation of a friendly spirit and understanding among competitve groups. Composing the membership are ten outstanding girls from each sorority, the only requirement being that they be upperclassmen. Meetings are held the first Sunday afternoon of every month alternating among the three lodges. Each year the CenCoes have a Christmas luncheon for the members, and one in the Spring in honor of the senior members. It is the custom of the CenCoes at the end of each year to award a trophy to the most outstanding senior member of the organization. Selection for this coveted honor is based upon loyalty to her sorority, CenCoe and the College.
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Members Wallace Babington Elma Brown Jane Lee Cook Dannie Duerson doreen eachus Lloyd A. Foreman Clois James Mary Glenn Norris Shirley O ' Neal Polly Parker Bill Roberts Irma Sibley W. L. Watson Marion Wisdom " Ye are the light of the world — Go! — Shine for me. " These challenging words were the motto chosen by the Ministerial Club this year. The group is com- posed of both boys and girls who have dedicated their lives to full-time Chris- tian work. This organization, founded in 1921, by the late Dr. George Sexton, has spread its Christian influence ever the Centenary Campus for twenty-four years. Since its founding the club has been fortunate in having as its spon- sors Dean and Mrs. R. E. Smith. This year the club has been under the capable leadership of Bill Roberts, President, outstanding ministerial student and former member of the U. S. Marine Corps; Jane Lee Cook, Vice President; and Doreen Eachus,- Secretary- Treasurer. It is the object of the Ministerial Club to promote religious activities on the campus, and in the Dormitory. The project chosen for this year was the sponsoring of a drive for funds for the World Student Service. A committee composed of members of the Min- isterial Club led by Wally Babington conducted the drive in which the entire student body participated. Several members of the club were active in the formation of the Centenary Religious Association, an organization composed of all students interested in promoting religious activities on the campus. This year as in years previous, several of the members served as pastors for rural communities and as leaders for the religious assemblies. The Ministerial Club has completed yet another year of service, emphasizing that its members cooperate with other organizations. Ministerial Club Officers President . . . Bill Roberts Vice-President, Jane Lee Cook Sec ' y-Treas. . Doreen Eachus Babington, Brown, Cook, Duerson Roberts, Sibley, Watson, Wisdom. Eachus, Foreman, ]ames, Norris, O ' Neal . . . Parker,
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Members Frances Audrey Ilona Curtis Charlotte Dupuy Jessie Mae Dykes Amy Goldman Sunshine Norris Harriet Schram Jean Smith Sybille Spurlock Rose Mae Stuart Claire Tinnin Betty Jean Waldron Of prominence in campus affairs this year is the newly organized Psychology Club. Inaugurated this year under the capable leadership of Dr. O. K. Miles, the organization has met with gratifying success and already several new members have been added to the roll. The purpose of the group is to further interest in Psychology through lecture, discussion, and reading. Membership is open not only to students majoring or minoring in Psychology, but to all interested in learning more about the subject. Various interesting lectures have highlighted the many programs planned by these psychology students. Through the efforts of Professor Bryant Davidson, several noted speakers appeared before the members at their monthly meet- ings. Among these were Dr. Polgars and Dr. Orris, former students of Sigmund Freud. Dr. Orris presented interesting facts regarding Hitler and the Germany of today. Local psychiatrists have also attended the meetings of the club, and through these interesting discussions, the purpose of the club has become a reality. The nine charter members are: Claire Tinnin, Frances Audrey, Harriet Schram, Jean Smith, Ilona Curtis, Amy Goldman, Charlotte Dupuy, and Rose Mae Stuart. Psychology Club Officers President . . Claire Tinnin V.-President . Frances Audrey Sec ' y-Treas. Sybille Spurlock Audrey, Dupuy, Dykes . . . Goldman, Noiris, Schram, Smith . . . Spurlock, Stuart, Tinnin, Waldron.
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