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Standing: Norris, Latham, Cook, Middlebrooks, Meece, Moore . . . Front row: Rodgers, Colvard, Noel, White. Chi Sigma Nu, founded in 1937 by five future teachers who wished to further their educational aims, is an honorary fraternity whose membership is limited to those students interested in teaching and the further- ance of education. To qualify for membership, one must be above sophomore standing, maintain a " B " average, and pass the unanimous vote of the chapter. The purpose of this fraternity is to promote high stand- ards of scholarship among students of education, and to foster an interest in contemporary education prob- lems. Speakers scheduled for the meetings include outstand- ing educators of both city and state. These educators generally discuss the classroom problems of the pros- pective teachers as well as the latest trends in educa- tion, thereby lending invaluable advice to those college students who will soon enter the educational field. Dr. A. J. Middlebrooks is sponsor of the group. Officers President ....... Dixie Lee Ball Vice-President .... Mary Emma White Secretary -Treasurer Pat Meece Pieporter Claire Noel Members Mrs. S. J. Baker Dixie Lee Ball Miriam Colvard Iane Lee Cook Miriam Fightmaster Joan Gibbons Kathleen Latham Pat Meece Frances Moore Claire Noel Sunshine Norris James Robins Mary Lou Rodgers Mary Emma White Margaret Williams Sarah Winegeart CHI SIGMA NU
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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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CENHOMEC CLUB Officers President Mary Lou Slay Vice-President . . . June Hetherwick Secretary . . . Mary Ann Goodwin Treasurer Beatrice Dickey The Cenhomec Club started the year off right by having a tea and inviting the girls on the campus to see the department and taste the fruits of the work of the Home Economics Department. Although there is no evidence to connect the two, a few weeks after the tea, the rooms were re- papered and repainted, and flowers plant- ed around the cottage. Under the able supervision of Miss Eliza- beth O ' Kelley, new head of the Depart- ment, Cenhomec has " traveled " far — to Alexandria, La., and Little Rock, Ark. The meeting at Alexandria was a meeting of all Home Economics Clubs in Louisiana. Mary Ann Goodwin represented us at this meeting, and also answered for Centenary at the Province meeting at Little Rock,, at which representatives from four states were present. The experiences gained from these meetings promise a brighter future for Cenhomec. Members Pat Bradford ruthie byers Susan Dickey Kay Dinkins Doris Finley Betty Fletcher Mary Ann Goodwin Rutheen Green June Hetherwick Lucille Lawson Margaret McInnis Doris Northcott Margaret Phillips Mary Louise Rodgers Mary Lou Slay Florence Wall Bradford, Byers, Dickey, Dinkins . . . Downs, Finley, Fletcher, Goodwin . . . Green, Hetherwick, McInnis, Northcott . . . Phillips, Ridgers, Slay, Wall.
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