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Above: The officers of the Veterans ' Club. Front row, left to right: Ronald Crosby, Committeeman; Russell Cole- man, President; Bill Westley, Vice-Presi- dent; Jimmie Bullock, Chaplain . . . Back row: Bob Pugh, Secretary; Dudley Beene, Committeeman; ]ames Heath, Sergeant-at-Arms; Lory Smith, Treasurer. With the return of so many boys to a routine of books and studies, membership in the Veterans ' Club has increased rapidly and steadily. It is gratifying to note the number of men who after months of service in the armed forces have enrolled at Centenary to begin or complete their college education. A portion of these veterans now at Centenary compose the membership of the Veterans ' Club, which has already begun to play a leading roll in campus life. VETERANS ' CLUB Organized in the fall by its twelve charter members there are nearly one hundred names on its roll today. Recognition is due these ' twelve whose sincerity and enthusiasm were instrumental in the organization of the group: Dudley Beene, Richard Blair, Joseph Edmonson, William Fant, John Hammett, Lewis James Lewellen, Charles Moore, Jack Pulwers, Russell Revels, James Robins, Lory L. Smith, Bill Westley. The organization has sponsored many social affairs to which each member was privileged to bring one who did not belong to the club. A barbecue and gala dance in the Sub are only two highlights on its social calendar. By its friendliness and fine spirit the Veterans ' Club has made a definite contribution to that way of life which is Centenary.
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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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Members Wayne Atkins Dudley Beene Richard Blair Elias Bodenheimer L. H. Brandoa Joseph C. Brannan Carl Brewster Joel B. Brown James L. Bullock J. G. Burks Author G. Cogdell Russell Coleman Sidney Cook Jerald R. Cureton W. J. Dancer Leon Davis Huey Dunbar Joseph Edmonson Gerald L. Edsell Mayo Faith William Fant Raymond R. Flowers J. Phillip Fouche Jack Geary Edward Gibbons Westley Glassell Frances Gowen Oreste Gottinger B. J. Greve John Hagood John Hammett Thomas B. Hollowell Arnold Hardy Herbert C. Harrison William H. Hasting George Head James L. Heath Russell Hicks Millard Howie Raymond Hughes William Hughes Donald Hunter Robert Hunter Willis Hunter Jack B. Ivy T. J. Johnson Bill Keasler Fred W. Kneipp J. A. Kunkle Harry Lazarus Lewis J. Lewellen Bobby Lindsay W. C. McDaniel Herbert Marlott James B. Mathews Barney Medlinger Charles Moore Jack Pabody Robert Palmer Robert Pugh Jack Pulwers Bob Ray Robert Ray Russell Revels Henry Risor James Robins Jack Roeger John Rutledge Robert Sayers Lory Smith J. L. Soloman Ralph Squires Charles J. Stamper Harold Stein Richard Sullivan James Talley E. B. Tickell Norman Walker Harlan Washington James Weaver Billy Westley Charles Westley Ollie Williams Robert Wilson Stanley Wozencraft George Young Meetings of the Veterans ' Club are held during chapel hour or after school at frequent intervals. Along the sporting line, the Veterans ' team has been victorious in many intramural activities while the majority of the boys on the varsity basketball team were those who had months before been on the world-wide team, fight- ing for the cause of democracy. Centenary is proud of its many students who have returned to civilian life and to the challenging task of gaining an education. Below: A portion of the Veterans ' Club pose on the chapel steps.
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