Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1945

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COMMERCE CLUB Officers President James Lindsey Vice-President Dorothy Searcy Secretary-Treasurer . . . Yvonne Harrison Members Ethelene Bazer Miriam Colvard Virginia Forester Betty Ann Green Irving Greenberg Betty Gutteridge Hill Harris Yvonne Harrison Ruth Haynes Jeanne Holtsclaw Eddie Johnson Marjorie Jones Jack Kaplan Tommy Legette James Lindsey Anita Mayfield Ruby Mae Richey Dorothy Searcy Kitty Sneed Grace White Bazer, Colvard, Forester . . . Green, Greenberg, Gutteridge . . . Harris, Har- rison, Hayes . . . Holtsclaw, Johnson, Jones . . . Kaplan, Legette, Lindsey . . . Mayfield, Richey, Searcy . . . Sneed, White, Yancey. Rosalie Yancey For over a decade, the Commerce Club, com- posed of commerce and economic students, has been one of the outstanding departmental or- ganizations at Centenary. One of the primary purposes of the organization is to familiarize the students with practical business operations, and thereby apply those principles he is study- ing in the class room. Leaders of business and industry in the Shreve- port area have contributed much to the pro- gram of the organization. Talks and round table discussions by local businessmen give the student an opportunity to learn first hand what businessmen expect of a college grad- uate. Several local firms have been studied whereby great benefit has been derived from actual observation of such enterprises. Since 1938, the Commerce Club sponsored by Professor Robert S. See has met with gratifying success. Because of the definite need for those men and women in this field, the Commerce Club feels that the future will hold greater op- portunities and achievements.

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Dr. Mary Warters Members Irving Beychok Bill Ent Nina Gray Gwyn Hargis Sam Lieber Babs Lyons Forbes Morrow Russell Rigby Bill Stephens Harris Waller Kathleen White Mittie Williams Donald Zadeck PI MU SIGMA Officers President . . Russell Rigby Vice-President . Gwyn Hargis Sec ' y-Treas. . Forbes Morrow Pi Mu Sigma, an honorary fraternity for premedical students, is one of the oldest organizations on Centenary Campus. Its purpose has been to promote interest and increase the knowledge in the field of medicine. Since its found- ing in September, 1925, the fraternity has flourished, and from its membership have gone large numbers to take their place in the medical profession. To be eligible for membership, a student must have a sincere desire to follow a career in the several fields of medicine. Also necessary is a high scholastic average and the unanimous approval of the members. Each initiate undergoes a solemn ritual as part of his acceptance into the fraternity, and upon presenta- tion of a fifteen hundred word theme on some phase of medicine, becomes a member. Pi Mu Sigma is honored to have on its roll many who are now serving as doctors in the armed forces. Interesting and timely talks by such alumni have highlighted many of the meetings. Medicine has made great advancement in this war and by such first hand information, the organization may attain its goal of keeping up with new trends on various battle fields. The members of Pi Mu Sigma take this opportunity to thank Dr. Mary Warters for her untiring efforts in behalf of the fraternity. Under her guidance as fac- ulty sponsor, the club will continue to remain a real help and true incentive to those who have dedicated their lives to aiding mankind. Beychock, Ent, Gray, Hargis . . . Lieber, Lyon, Morrow, Rigby Zadeck. Stephens, White, Williams,



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Members Elizabeth Bailey Betty Jane Brown Jimmie Hill Cline Louis Cline Louene Dance Doreen Eachus Nedra Evans Mary Ellen Gibbons Isabel Guzman Helen Houston Marilyn Jones Imogen Mading Patsy Meece Frances Moore Mary Smith New Shirley O ' Neal Bonneau Peters Martha Peyton Betty Lou Porter Jo Ann Powell Eunice Reynolds Beverly Service Mary Earle Texada Jean Trout Katherine Turner As the school year of 1944-45 draws to a close the Spanish Club of Centenary College completes another successful year. Meetings are directed by the President of the group, Jimmie Hill Cline, and are conducted in Spanish, and do much to enlarge the Spanish vocabulary of the members. Isabel Guzman, Mexico ' s gift to Centenary, has devoted much time to the activities of the club. She is the first student to attend Centenary under ar- rangement with the American Foundation School of Mexico. Miss Guzman has done much to familiarize the students with the customs, languages, and people of Mexico and Central America. Several former members, who since gradua- tion have traveled in Mexico, returned to tell of their experience in these Spanish-speaking countries. Before Christmas, the organization enjoyed a fiesta supper featuring typical dishes. In the spring the traditional picnic and final meeting was held once more, bringing to a close a year of great benefit and pleasure. It is the desire of this organization that much time in the future be devoted to the Spanish-speaking countries. Through the time and energies of Professor R. E. White, the Spanish Club has done much to further the interest and ap- preciation of all things Spanish. SPANISH CLUB Officers President . . Jimmie H. Cline Vice-President, Marilyn Miller Sec ' y-Treas. . Bill Roberts Standing: Meece, O ' Neal, Guzman, Moore, Dance, Bailey, Gibbons, Powell, Roberts, Cline, Peters, White. Seated: Mading, Eachus, Peyton, New, Texada, Houston, Jones, Turner.

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