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Centenary ' s Official Hostesses — The Maroon Jackets. MAROON Again this year the Maroon Jackets have been a busy and efficient organization. These twelve girls are recognized as the official hostesses of the school and have completed their sixteenth year of service to the college and community. Since its founding in 1931 membership in this organization has been a goal toward which every Centenary girl strives. Three girls from each sorority and the non-Greek group — Aufait — are se- lected for their qualities of leadership, scholarship, and character. The Greater Centenary College Pro- gram has offered many opportunities for service. One could always glimpse the familiar white uniform topped with the neat maroon and white jacket at the college building at the state fair, at the luncheons, banquets, and meetings that were a part of the impressive inauguration of the president, at chapel hour each week and at registration in the fall and spring. Theirs is a record of service to be commended and praised by students and faculty. Together they stand in a " C " for Centenary.
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Staff Editor . . . Marilyn Miller Associate Editor . Rita Reynolds News Editor . . Jean E. Hayes Feature Editor . Bill F. Westley Sports Editor . . Dick McGuirt Reporters — — Jane Lee Cook, Louis Yaz- beck, Margaret McInnis, Betty St. Clair, Walter Johnson, Anna Dora Ruff, Billie Blak e, Katherine Turner, Faye Tinnin, Babs Lyon. Rewrite Staff — — Lonard Wells, Mary K. Johnson Typists — — Jane Riggs, Shirley Keller, Sharon Miracle, Jacqueline Gaines. At left: A portion of the Editorial Stall poses becomingly. CONGLOMERATE Every two weeks as the noon day sun heralds the completion of classes for another Friday, the students of Centenary stroll " Sub- ward " to get a copy of the Centenary Con- gromerate. This four page publication — eight pages on special occasions — supplies the student with food for thought on the many activities which keep life at the college in a whirl. Staff meetings are called for every Tuesday and the last minute rush for news is always met just in time. Under the able leadership of Editor Marilyn Miller, pictured at right, the Conglomerate has completed another year of service to college and students. Proof Readers — — Glennette Middlebrooks, Marjorie Reeks, Wallace Walker, Bettina Hilman, Charlie Hampton, Margaret Fisher, Hubert Gleason, June Law. Business Manager — — Charles Moore Assistant Business Manager — —P. W. Woodruff Circulation Manager — — Martha Laird Charles Moore as Business Manager has etticiently kept the Conglomerate linancial- ly sound and journalistically superior. Pic- tured here is another group o stalt mem- bers seriously considering the prospect of the next edition.
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Highlights of the activities of the year include the reorganization of the drum corps of the Maroon Jackets to march with the college band. Early in the morning the girls could be seen marching with the band and in April they participated in a city-wide parade spon- sored by the Chamber of Commerce. Yet all is not work, for there have been several social functions during the year. A supper was given in the fall honoring Mrs. Camp- bell, Maroon Jacket Sponsor, and Mr. Ray Williams, honorary member. By their spirit of co-operation and fidelity, the Maroon Jackets have gained the respect and appre- ciation of all who are a part of Centenary College. Time for relaxation — the Maroon Jacket chorus line. JACKETS Eloise DeMoss Marilyn Miller Doris Finley Martha Peyton Joan Gibbons Claire Tinnin Gloria Hagood Mary Emma White Mary Katherine Johnson Sarah Winegeart Julie Meadows Martha Yancey
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