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Officers President Jack Kaplan Vice-President Lonard Wells Sec.retary-Treasurei O. C. Edwards Members L. H. Brandao Teddy Broyles Dorothy Burt Mantha Caraway Vivian Close Jane Lee Cook Neil Dixon Joan Dodson O. C. Edwards Ben Egan Charles Evans Freddie Hebert Dean Kihneman Armand Kitto Sherman Kottle Martha Laird Dannie Lincove Dorothy Long JlMMIE McCuLLOUGH Bill May Frances Moore Jack Pulwers Charles Raines Louis Rosner Betty Ross Don Sibley Margaret Stathem Harold Stein Byron Teekle John Edward Thomas Lonard Wells Bobby Williams Fa ye Vinson . : ' " % ° . First row: Teddy Broyles, Dorothy Burt, Mantha Cara- way, Vivian Close, Jane Lee Cook, Neil Dixon, Joan Dodson, O. C Edwards, Freddie Hebert. Second row: Dean Kihneman, Armand Kitto, Sher- man Kottle, Martha Laird, Dannie Lincove, Dorothy Long, Jimmie McCullough, Frances Moore, Charles Raines. Third row: Louis Rosner, Betty Ross, Harold Stein, Faye Vinson, Margaret Stathem, Byron Teekell, John Edward Thomas, Lonard Wells. PI KAPPA
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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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The members of Louisiana Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta have been some of the most active students on the campus this year. Under the leadership of Dr. W. Darrell Overdyke the chapter has been most successful, attending four forensic meetings in the neighboring states of Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Mississippi. The boys and girls of Pi Kappa Delta have represented Centenary ably and well. Pi Kappa Delta is one of the two national debating societies. This honorary forensic society has chapters in many of the leading colleges and universities over the country. Only those students who have represented the college in inter-collegiate oratorical or debating contests are eligible for membership. There are four de- grees which the student may attain — Fraternity, Proficiency, Honor, and Special Distinction. Qualifications for these degrees are determined by the number of points which the individual possesses and are obtained by oratory, debate or instruction. The jewels and insignia of Pi Kappa Delta vary with the order to which the individual belongs. The members of Louisiana Beta Chapter have represented the college in four contests. Recently a trip was made to Louisiana State University and the Contest of the Province of Lower Mississippi at Baylor. This group is offered the opportunity to gain poise and facility of expression in public which is of great benefit in post- graduate life. DELTA
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