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THE CHOIR " De dication, " the theme song of the Centenary College Choir, has become well known in Shreveport and a large surrounding area. With A. C. " Cheesy " Voran as director, the choir has played a leading role in the college curriculum. Centenary is justly proud of this group of students who by their music have taken those standards of the college to cities throughout the state. Even before school began in the fall, the choir of 1946-47 began its career. For a week the members of the choir were found at Lake Bistineau basking in the September sun and sending forth melodies on the September breeze. Choir camp has become an annual affair, for it affords the singers ' the opportunity to learn the year ' s music and to relax before school begins. All have agreed that the week spent eating, sleeping and singing was both beneficial and profitable. In October the choir traveled for a week throughout the state singing at the Methodist Rallies. For seven days, the choir would crowd into a bus, perform, and travel until late at night, returning home many a morning after a sleepless night just in time to eat and attend classes. Professors were tolerant at these times and understandably so. An enviable honor was bestowed on the group when they were asked to participate in the inauguration of President Mickle. This and numerous performances in the college chapel and on Centenary ' s own radio program were rendered with excellence and skill. Under the direction of A. C. Voran the choir has become a successful and congenial group of students. The college owes the Centenary Choir a vote of appreciation and thanks.
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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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DORMITORY COUNCIL The executive powers which regulate the lives of the girls of Rotary Hall are vested in the Dormitory Council. The governing body is composed of the executive officers, a representative from each class, and the advisors, Mrs. Arthur Campbell, Dean of Women, and Mrs. Row, hostess of the dormitory. The council meets weekly to discuss any problems or business affairs arising which concern the occupants of the dormitory. With the change of dormitories at the beginning of the year the problem of adjustment became one for the dormitory council and with clear vision it met this challenge. Democratic in its representation and ideals, the organization proposes to promote good conduct, foster the interests of its members and enforce those rules composing its government. Along the social line the " dorm " girls entertained with their annual Christmas party which was a great success. The girls al- ways welcome the day students to Rotary, for there is always a bridge game going on or time to chat. It is grand to have the dormitory girls on the campus for last year their being at Shreveport Hall kept them from frequenting the college as often. The Dormitory Council, as the governing body of the out-of- town girls will endeavor to uphold the ideals and traditions of Centenary College. Jane Lee Cook Vivian Close Susan Dickey Sybil Durbin Members Doris Finley Clois James Martha Laird Babs Lyon Mary McGill Frances Moor: Lett to right: Finley, Lyon, Dickey, Close, Cook, Moore, McGill, Row, Durbin, Laird.
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