Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1947

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Officers President Robert Clifton Vice-President Vernon Jackson Secretary -Treasurer . . . Melba Jeanne Loveall • MEMBERS: First Row: Louis Barre, Whitney Boggs, Merritt Boydston, Roy Bolen, Robert Clifton, Ronald G. Crosby, Gretchen Elston, Georgie L. Fos- ter; Second Row: Billie Joy Hargis, Bill Harwell, James T. Henry, Lois Anne Higman, Bettina Hilman, Vernon Alpha Sigma Chi Jackson, Robert H. Kintzing, John Langlow; Third Row: Melba Jeanne Loveall, Lloyd C. Mabry, Jay P. Merkley, Bobby McCook, David McKay, Ted Menge, Herbert H. Nelson, Paul Noyes; Fourth Row: Joseph B. Pullen, Jane Riggs, John Paul Robinson, Louis Ros- ner, Bob Rushing, Wilton Summers, Pattie Jean War- ren, Kathleen White; Not in Panel: Edward L. Foster, Gus Lolakas, Ben Pardue. Established at Centenary in 1 93 1 , the honorary chem- istry fraternity has been continuously active since that time. Its major purposes are to stimulate an in- terest in the wide-spread applications of chemistry and to provide fellowship for students of like interests. Membership is limited to those students who are taking advanced chemistry, have a scholastic aver- age of high " B " , and who have the unanimous ap- proval of the members. The staff members of the chemistry department are sponsors of the fraternity.

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First Column: Robert Hood, Nathan Joyner, Herbert E. Marlatt, Garon Miracle, Joe Powell, Louis Rosner, James F. Smith, Betty Jean Turner; Second Column: Annis May Johnson, Bill Keasler, Allen McGary, Sharon Miracle, Betty Lou Reid, Rita Ann Roudebush, Marjorie Smith, Betty Jo Walker; Third Column: Wal- ter Johnson, John Langlow, Glennette Middlebrooks, Alpha Sigma Pi Colleen Moore, Betty Roberts, Walter Rutherford, Bar- bara Ann Thomas, Pattie Jean Warre n; Fourth Col- umn: William Jopling, Bob Lowry, D. V. Middleton, William Parker, Katharine Rollins, John L. Scales, Pearla Tinsley, Bobby Williams; Not in Panel: Ken- neth Beene, Jack Buckingham, Evan Campbell, C. D. Francis, Richard Johnson, Lorraine Jordan, Wanda LaFitte, Mrs. Barbara Lloyd, Obrin Medley, Merwin Petty, Jimmie Stravolemos, Edward Tickell, Beverly Ann Turner, Carolyn Yancey, Michael Mitchell. Established in 1932, Alpha Sigma Pi is the honorary fraternity for freshmen and sophomores who make a 2.5 grade-point ratio. It is under the guiding hand of Mrs. A. R. Campbell. One of the worst of the pledge rules has been adopted in the past year. All pledges must wear a dunce cap at least two feet high for the entire pledge period. The object of this organization is to stimulate and recognize scholar- ship, leadership, and character early in the college career.



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Officers President Bob Rushing Vice-President Lel Hamner Recording Secretary . . . Melba Jeanne Loveall Corresponding Secretary . . . Margaret Hunter Treasurer Vernon Jackson Alpha Chi MEMBERS: First Row: Betty Cassity, Willard Coop- er, Milford Dingman; Second Row: Lel Hamner, Eva Nell Hampton, Bill Harwell; Third Row: Jean Hayes, June Hetherwick, Margaret Hunter; Fourth Row: Ver- non Jackson, Melba Jeanne Loveall, Jay Merkley; Fifth Row: Marilyn Miller, James Robins, Bob Rush- ing, Katherine Turner. Established here in 1925, the national honorary scholastic fraternity encourages students to strive for scholastic excellence. To be eligible for membership upperclassmen must possess a 2.5 grade average throughout their college career. This fraternity is sponsored by Dr. E. L. Ford and has as an annual project the presentation of an engraved leather note- book to the freshman selected by the group as the most outstanding member of the class.

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