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Officers President Wally Babington Secretary Armand Kitto Vice-President Dannie Duerson Treasurer Mary K. Johnson First row: Wally Babington, Beverly Beilby, Elma Brown, Mantha Caraway , Dannie Duerson. Second row: Sybil Durbin, O. C. Edwards, Andy Foreman, Betty Rea Fox, Anna Herr- mann. Third row: Clois James, Mary K. Johnson, Walter Johnson, Armand Kitto, Lois Oswalt. Fourth row:- LeRoy Philbrook, Barbara Purnell, Bill Roberts, Rex Squyres, Pattie Jean War- ren, Jack Wineqeart. MINISTERIAL CLUB The influence on the campus of the Ministerial Club is steadily growing. Membership of the club is com- posed of those students who have dedicated their lives to full-time Christian service. To recognize the boys and girls who had set this goal of service as their life work, the late Dr. George Sexton instigated the group in 1931. For a quarter of a century, the Ministerial Club has helped to further religious activities on the campus. This year each member was privileged to select his own project and as a result many worthwhile projects have been undertaken. Several of the boys and girls did work at the Y. M. C. A. while others made regular visits to the charitable organizations of the city or served as pastors for rural churches and leaders for religious as- semblies. Dean and Mrs. R. E. Smith sponsor the group; by their guidance and inspiration the Ministerial Club has completed another year of service to the college and community.
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CENCOE CLUB Officers President Martha Yancey Vice-President Betty Lou Porter Secretary -Treasurer Martha Peyton The CenCoe key is worn with pride by every member of this inter-sorority organization. Founded in 1937, the group was formed to foster a friendly spirit and co-operative understanding among the Greek groups. Mem- bership is composed of ten outstanding girls from each of the three sororities of upperclassmen classification. Meetings are held in the lodges on the campus the third Sunday of every month. The CenCoes were kept busy this year as evidenced by their various activities. In the fall the club sponsored a barn dance for its members and in December the organization gave an open house in the Sub after the annual candlelighting service. Its traditional banquet in the -Spring honoring its senior members was a long- awaited social event. Each year CenCoe awards a trophy to its most outstanding senior member. Selection for this coveted honor is based upon loyalty to CenCoe, her sorority and the college. Led by Martha Yancey as president, the girls have looked forward to the Sunday afternoon of CenCoe meeting with pleasure and pride. First row: Dixie Lee Ball, Bet- ty Colvin, Eloise DeMoss, Betty Downs, Betty Ferguson, Miriam Fightmaster. Second row: Doris Finley, Bet- ty Fletcher, Joan Gibbons, Bet- ty Ann Green, Eva Nell Hampton, June Hetherwick. Third row: Mary K. Johnson, Marjorie Jones, Kathleen La- tham, Margaret Mclnnis, Julie Meadows, Marilyn Miller. Fourth row: Doris Northcott, Martha Peyton, Margaret Phil- lips, Betty Lou Porter, Marty Porter, Jane Riggs. Filth row: Claire Tinnin, Mar- garet Tregre, Katherine Turn- er, Memory Jo Wallace, Helen Weaver, Martha Yancey.
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COMMERCE CLUB Proof of the growing interest in the field of commerce and its many phases of ac- tivity is found in the large membership of the Commerce Club of Centenary. This year the club more than doubled its mem- bership of last year. Through the club the student may become more familiar with practical business operations, and thereby apply those principles he is studying in the classroom. Organized by Professor Robert S. See in 1938, Head of the Commerce Department, the chief purpose of the organization is to keep the students in close contact with the latest developments in the field of com- merce. Through its interesting speakers and timely observation of the affairs in the business world, the club has in a degree fulfilled its purpose. Officers Piesident Dick McGuirt Vice-President P. W. Woodruff Secretary-Treasurer Russell Revels Members First row: Buja Biggs, George Booth, Betty Jane Brown, Lucinda Chatwin, Miriam Colvard. Second row: Betty Colvin, John Cosse, Alice Curtis, Eloise DeMoss, Corbett Downing. Third row: Joe Edmonson, Jacqueline Gaines, Tommie Lou Guilliams, Betty Gutteridge, Minnette Harkrider. Fourth row: Bob Hunter, Betty Jo Jones, Sidney Kent, Nickey Lester, Dick McGuirt. Fiith row: Louise Manning, Glenette Middlebrooks, Garon Miracle, Betty Murphy, Lois Oswalt. Sixth row: Martha Purnell, Margaret Phillips, George Plaxco, Jack Pulwers, Marjorie Reeks. Seventh row: Russell Revels, Eunice Reynolds, Betty Ross, Virginia Rudy, M. S. Sanders. Eighth row: Sally Victory, Sarah Watson, Grace White, P. W. Woodrutt, Herman Yellen. Not pictured: Jack Brandon, Frank Flash, Bob Pugh.
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