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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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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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Officers President Dannie Duerson Vice-President Bettye Fletcher Secretary -Treasurer Betty Lou Porter MEMBERS: First Row: Betty Jane Clark, June Despot, Keth Dickson, Betty Downs, Dannie Duerson, Gretch- en Elston, Bettye Fletcher, Rutheen Green; Second Row: Lei Hamner, Eva Nell Hampton, June Hether- wick, Helen Houston, Margaret Hunter, Ida Kern, Cen-Coe Sally Lindsay, Helene McCarter; Third Row: Mar- garet Mclnnis, Marilyn Miller, Shirley O ' Neal, Mary Ellen Petree, Betty Lou Porter, Jo Ann Powell, Bar- bara Purnell; Fourth Row: Rose Audrey Randall; Jane Riggs, Anna Dora Ruff, Betty St. Clair, Mary Eliza- beth Stancil, Katherine Turner, Kathleen L. White. The key of Cen-Coe forms a triangle, symbolizing the equality of the three Greek groups. Founded in 1937, its purpose is to promote a friendly and cooperative spirit among the sororities on the campus. Member- ship is composed of ten selected girls from each sorority. A trophy is awarded at the end of each school year to the most outstanding Cen-Coe, based on the girl ' s loyalty to Centenary, Cen-Coe, and her sorority. This winter Cen-Coe sponsored an essay contest, dealing with the Greater Centenary Program.
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