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Director of Public Relations CHARLES T. MORGAN, a.b., m.a. Though his duties as Director of Pub- lic Relations do not afford him much time on the campus, Mr. Charles T. Morgan is active in all collegiate ac- tivities. Hard-working and efficient, Mr. Morgan plays a leading roll in the progress to a greater Centenary. Bursar and Business Manager S. E. RANDOLPH S. D. MOREHEAD, a.b., a.m., ph.d. Recently discharged from the armed services Mr. S. E. Randolph has once more assumed his duties as Bursar while genial S. D. " Doc " Morehead continues his interesting classes in Economics as well as his duties as director of the Evening School and Business Manager. Librarians MARY FRANCES SMITH, a.b., b.l.s. MRS. ALICE ALBEN, b.s. Two who play an important part in life at the college are Librarians Mary Frances Smith and Mrs. Alice Alben. By their patient help and clear knowledge of books, students more easily utilize the several thousand volumes selected to answer their needs. ADMINISTRATION
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Dean of The College JOHN A. HARDIN, a.b., a.m. Because of his loyalty and sincerity; because of his genuine interest and thoughtful consideration; because of his keen sense of humor and devo- tion to Centenary, John A. Hardin rightfully possesses the title of Dean of the College. A leader in church and community, Dean Hardin is be- loved by all with whom he comes in contact. Dean of Women MRS. A. R. CAMPBELL, a.b., a.m. With her characteristic charm and graciousness of manner, Mrs. A. R. Campbell capably fills the position of Dean of Women. In her, students ' find a sympathetic and benignant friend — one with an outlook and philosophy which seems to corre- spond so completely with their own. Director of Student Affairs MRS. FORD STINSON, a.b., a.m. With enthusiasm and originality, Edna Earle Stinson assumed her du- ties as director of student affairs. Soon her office in the S.U.B. became the hub about which student activi- ties revolved, and bewildered fresh- men as well as sophisticated upper- classmen, found in her willing aid and wise council. ADMINISTRATION
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Secretaries MRS. LELIA P. RANDOLPH, a.b. MISS JOSEPHINE WOODY Well known to all students are Mrs. Leila P. Randolph, secretary to the president, and Miss Jo Woody, sec- retary to the dean. Equally as pop- ular are Miss Amanda Wilson, a.b. Registrar, and Mrs. Nell Brown, As- sistant Registrar — four who are al- ways ready to aid the students. Left to Right: Randolph and Woody. Office Assistants MRS. C. P. TUCKER MRS. EDITH M. JOHNSON Indispensable workers are Mrs. Mil- dred Tucker, Bookkeeper, and Mrs. Edith Johnson, Assistant Bursar, Miss Carolyn Bundrick, Secretary to the Business Manager, and Mrs. Robert Smith, Switchboard Operator, com- plete this foursome — a dependable and efficient office staff. Hostesses MRS. N. S. ROW MRS. WILLIS BRYAN MRS. FRANCES BENDER Charming hostesses ' who add the touch of home to dormitory life are Mrs. Row, hostess at Rotary Hall; Mrs. Bryan of Colonial Hall, and Mrs. Bender of Shreveport Hall on Haynes campus. Mrs. Bryan and Mrs. Bender have cared for cadet nurses as well as returned veterans and their wives. Lett to Right: Bender, Bryan and Row. ASSISTANTS
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