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Officers President . Mary Emma White Vice-President . Ottolyne Payne Secretary . . Nellie Stuckey Treasurer . Margaret Stathem Members FIRST ROW: Lora Jane Black, Elma Brown, Mantha Cara- way, Janis Curlin, Sybil Dur- bin. SECOND ROW: Marjorie Each- us. Romona Grimer, Tommie Lou Guilliams, Gloria Ha- good, Ella Jo Hailey, Billie Hargis. THIRD ROW: Betty Sue Hill, Ann Hull, Dora Alice Jack- son, Clois James, Dean Kihne- man, Gwen Kelley. FOURTH ROW: Martha Laird, Frances Lake, Marcille Mc- Guirt, Louise Manning, Jean Marine, Ottolyne Payne. FIFTH ROW: Billie Jo Raines, Polly Rector, Bobbie Sham- burger, Lois Joyce Smith, Mar- jorie Smith, Margaret Sta- them. SIXTH ROW: Nellie Stuckey. Faye Vinson, Nancy Ward, Mary Emma White, Margaret Williams, Sarah Winegeart. Aufait is the popular social group for the non-sorority girls on the campus, which began its seventh year of activity with the beginning of school in the fall. It seems that all the coeds have been busy this year and the girls of Aufait are no exception to this rule. Highlight of the many activities which dotted the social calendar was the party given in honor of the non- fraternity boys on the campus. Also on the social calendar were marked supper parties and many get- togethers for relaxation from the routine of classes. Early in the fall, the building which formerly housed the girls ' dining hall became the meeting place of the organization. Many hours of work and originality soon had the rooms spic and span and the girls were justly proud of their handiwork. With the return of so many veterans to books and studies the rooms were once more needed by the college. Led by Mary Emma White, president of the group, 1946 finds Aufait still a leading factor in life on the campus. AUFAIT
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PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL The members of Centenary ' s Pan-Hellenic were kept busy this year. To begin the year the council re- organized rushing plans for the fall season. The traditional Pan-Hellenic tea which officially heralds each rushing season was a great success this year. It is at this inter-sorority tea that rushees may be- come acquainted with each other as well as with the rules governing rushing activities. Rushing this fall was composed of nine informal parties at the sorority lodges of each Greek group followed by one formal banquet for each group. After a week of accelerated rushing, the season came to a close with the long-awaited pledge day at which time the members of the council felt their diligent work rewarded by one of the largest and most successful pledgings in many years. Mid-term rushing followed on a smaller scale and members of the council for the ensuing year have met jointly that problems of the past and present may be treated with discretion and understanding. Lett to right: Tinnin, Riggs, Mclnnis, DeMoss, Miller, Johnson, Gibbons, Elston, Peyton, Green, Yancey. The Pan-Hellenic council is the central governing organization among the sorority women at Centenary College. Its purpose is to determine the length of rush week, the conditions of pledging, the functions of each group and those affairs which affect the groups on the campus. The membership of the Pan-Hellenic Council is composed of three representatives and an alternate from each group. This year Eloise DeMoss served as President with Joan Gibbons as Vice-President and Claire Tinnin as Secretary-Treasurer. The goal toward which the organization must devote itself is the strengthening of inter-sorority relations, a wish of many that may become reality by the co-operation of these girls. This year has proved another step toward greater fr iendliness and understanding and the progress which has been made predicts an even better season next year for these mediators of the Greek groups.
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KAPPA ALPHA The Kappa Alpha Order hung their first crest at Washington and Lee in 1865 . . . Alpha Iota hung it here in 1891 .. . they have confined their sixty-one chapters to Southern states with the exception of three which are planted in Cali- fornia . . . each year on Robert E. Lee ' s birthday they proudly wear their flower, the crimson rose . . . the colors of the fraternity are crimson and gold . . . prexy of the Student Body Lonard Wells served " the boys across the street " as No. I for the year . . . many brothers returning from the service have rejoined the active chapter.
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