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Page 63 text:
Front Row: Alvord, Viosca, New, Prothro. Middle Row: Weaver, Gibbons, Jones, DeMoss. Back Row: Morrow, Johnson, Riggs, Graves, Erickson, White, St. Clair. Seniors President Horace Alvord Vice-President Dorothy Viosca Secretary Mary Smith New Treasurer Ned Prothro Sophomores President Forbes Morrow Vice-President Mary K. Johnson Secretary Jane Riggs Treasurer Glenn Graves Juniors President Helen Weaver Vice-President Joan Gibbons Secretary Marjorie Jones Treasurer Eloise DeMoss Freshmen President Clarence Erickson Vice-President Wanda White Secretary Betty F. St. Clair Treasurer Luther Kincade CLASS OFFICERS
Page 62 text:
Roberts Harris Blaxton Morrow Gibbons Student Body Officers President Bill Roberts Co-ed Vice-President . Vice-President R. E. Harris Secretary Treasurer Forbes Morrow Betty Blaxton . Joan Gibbons STUDENT SENATE Each year the Student Senate at Centenary becomes more and more efficient in its task of handling student body matters, and this year ' s group proved no exception to the rule. Being formed from a group of unusually con- genial officers and members, the Student Sen- ate of 1944-45 has been able to make rapid progress in many fields. Their prime project, and the one of which they are most proud, is the campus beautification program, which they sponsored, working in cooperation with the faculty and college. The long-hoped-for idea of a workable and success- ful honor system was discussed many times. Dr. Moreland, President of Randolph Macon Men ' s College, met with the group when he vis- ited the college and was most helpful in his suggestions and information. The Student Senate also greatly contributed to the continu- ance of school spirit and friendliness by plan- ning monthly dances. Under the able leadership of President Bill Roberts; Vice-President, Reggie Harris; Co-ed Vice-President, Betty Blaxton; Secretary, Joan Gibbons, and Treasurer, Forbes Morrow, the twelfth session of the Student Senate has proved itself very successful. Though its ranks were broken many times by the call to the Colors, it has traveled far in reaching its ulti- mate goal. Alvord, Babington, Blaxton, Clay . . . Erickson, Gibbons, Harris, H., Harris, R. . . . Johnson, Mc- Gill, McGovern, Miller . . . Morrow, New, Peters, Roberts . . . Stephens, Stevens, Texada, Tinnin . . . Turner, Weaver, Wells.
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Editor Turner and Advertising Manager Tinnin are pleased with their work. Bursting with pride and chuckling fiendishly in re- lief, we, the staff, thrust into the eager hands of the students of Centenary College this year ' s volume of the Yoncopin. Through endless days of copy paper, shortages and priorities, followed by nights of worry, work and wit, the noble band of students bearing the impressive title of " staff members " have strug- gled to complete their task. The office in the Student Union Building, Commerce Building — any spot where copy paper might be spread, have been the scenes of meditation, relaxation and hibernation. Seriously, it is the sincere hope that you get as much pleasure from the results of our labor as we have gained in its publication. May this record of your life at Centenary be a constant reminder of those things which unite to make college life such a worthwhile thing. The . . . YONCOPIN Editorial Staff Editor Katherine Turner Assistant Editor Joan Gibbons Assistants — June Hetherwick, Jo Ann Powell, Rita Reynolds, Mary Ellen Gibbons, Martha Pey- ton, Mary Smith New, Sally Lindsay. Business Staff Advertising Manager Claire Tinnin Assistants — Frances Roper, Helen Houston, Nancy Steele, Betty Faye St. Clair, Jean Hayes, Marjorie Burns. Editorial staii pauses to pose. The business staii receives iinal instructions for ad campaign.
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