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DORMITORY COUNCIL The executive powers which regulate the lives of the girls of Shreveport Hall are vested in the Dormitory Council. This body, composed of the executive officers, a representative from each class, and the advisors, Mrs. Arthur Campbell, Dean of Women, and Mrs. Clara Cox, hostess of the dormitory. The Council meets quite frequently at the dormitory to discuss any problems or business affairs arising which concern the occupants of the dormitory. It is the purpose of this organization to promote good conduct, transact business pertaining to its members, pro- mote the interests of its members, and decree and enforce those rules composing its government. Always it will endeavor to uphold the ideals and traditions of Centenary College. The complexity of the change of dormitories at the beginning of the year as well as the intricate system of trans- portation and ever changing bus schedules have presented interesting questions before the council. The building on Haynes campus which now is the home of the " dorm girls " has been the scene of much activity and pleasure. This year, the Council was very active in social affairs, having several open houses for friends of the college, the faculty, and officers of Barksdal e Field. The traditional Christmas party was a great success. The gifts ex- changed by the girls were later given to one of the city ' s institutions, that way giving others pleasure. Such func- tions as these add greatly to the friendliness and happiness which prevails in Shreveport Hall and the Alma Mater. Members Elizabeth Bailey Iris Connell doreen eachus Ermine Harper Nelwyn Jarmon Charlotte Quinn Lee Powers Georgia Levingston Martha Stevens Wanda White Back Row — Quinn, Jarmon, Connell, Harper, Bailey, Cox. Seated — Levingston, Dickey, Eachus, Stevens, White. ■■■S; ■ :,: ,:
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Back Row — Roberts, Richey, Wells, Bailey, Lawton, Mason, Babington. Front Row — Petree, Pierce, Duerson, Hamner, Brown, Porcher, Holland, Porter, Hampton, Smith, Stevens. Centenary College is justifiably proud of that group of boys and girls composing the College Choir. Under the capable direction of A. C. Voran, the choir has been most popular this year, filling many engagements in Shrev e- port as well as nearby cities. Alvin Voran, Director Ever in demand, the choir found itself very busy giving performances both locally and out-of-town. Included in its numerous local engagements were several appearances on the Chapel programs at the College. Highlighting these is the beautiful and impressive candle-lighting service which is held each year in commemoration of the Yuletide Season. This program is one of the most impressive of all those traditions which embody those things which typify Centenary at its best. Last year, the members of the Choir gathered at Camp Caney Lake the week preceding the opening of school for seven days of relaxation and work. Most any hour of the day the warb- lings of the Choir could be heard across the lake punctuated by the familiar voice of Director Voran giving instructions. All have agreed that the week spent eating, sleeping and working was so profitable that they plan to make it an annual affair. The members of the Choir would like to take this opportunity to thank " Cheesy " Voran for his loyalty and inspiring leader- ship which has made the group the organization it is today. This year was an eventful one for " Cheesy, " with the arrival of " Cheesy, Jr., " and his happiness and pride is shared by all the members of the Choir. Each and every one of the group is looking forward to greater things in the future under the expert guidance of their director. The CHOIR
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«w ' :: : ■■■■■■ ■ -l ■■ : ?- w ..TTT. Centenary Intramural Council. Volley ball proved to be the favorite sport of many. Spectators and players enjoyed the games held this year. Intramural as well as inter-sorority basketball tournaments, high-lighted the intramural program this year. I N T R A M U R
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