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Officers President David Moffat Secretary-Treasurer Charles Ratcliff MEMBERS: Pat Adams, Jack Barham, Richard Barry, Dwight Brown, Don Derby, Dave Moffat, Eddie No- land, C. C. Ratcliff, T. C. Smith, Larry Voss, Ogan Wiseman. Back Row — Mottat, Barham, Ratcliff, Adams, Wiseman, Brown, Smith, Barry. Front Row — Voss, Noland, Derby. The Camera Club was formed by six students early in 1947. By the end of the semester, five more had joined the ranks. The goal of the club, a course in photography at Centenary, is pushed along by Dave Moffat, president, and Faculty Sponsor Goodloe Stuck. Outstanding pictures taken by members are dis- played in the Science Library through the courtesy of Librarian Mrs. Alben. A dark room in Jackson Hall, mutual teaching and learning helps prepare members for photography either as a hobby or career. Camera Club
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Officers President Dannie Duerson Vice-Pres ident Lloyd Foreman Secretary Posey Driver Treasurer Sybil Durbin Ministerial Club 4 r JilLk MEMBERS: First Column: Beverly Beilby, Dannie Duerson, Lloyd Foreman, Armand Kitto, Mary Ann Reeks, Jack Winegeart; Second Column: William Commer, Sybil Durbin, Donald Hall, F. W. Kneipp, William Sirman, Faye Vinson Wren; Third Column: Posey Driver, O. C. Edwards, Lawrence Kerans, Vance Mason, Robert Smith, Spencer Wren; Not in Panel: Jane Broyles, Ed Camp, Bettie Rae Fox, Merle Harrel, T. B. Herndon, Walter Johnson, Leroy Phil- brook, Dwight Phillips, Barbara Purnell, Thad Rob- erts, John Robert Sanders, Margie Smith, Paul Smith, Billy Wilcox, Marian Wisdom. Founded in 1921 by the late Dr. George Sexton, this group has grown through the untiring efforts and constant inspiration of Dean and Mrs. R. E. Smith. Many of the group have served as rural pastors, youth workers, pianists, organists, choir directors, Y.M.C.A. and student workers. Projects for the club this year have been the promotion of a daily prayer group, sponsoring of the World Student Service Fund, and the contribution of large boxes to needy families at Christmas.
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Officers President Dorothy Long Vice-President M. C. Blanchard Secretary Harry Lazarus Treasurer Jean Rosenbloom Centenary Playhouse MEMBERS: First Row: Patricia Bradford, Paul Gal- braith, Frank Harkness; Second Row: Wynelle Hen- derson, Emily Holsomback, William Jopling; Third Row: Harry Lazarus, Jim Light, Dorothy Long; Fourth Rowt Bill Mantinband, Jack Martin, Dwight Mc- Donald; Fifth Row: Pat Mayhan, Betty Lou Reid, Betty Roberts, Joyce Youngblood; Not in Panel: Mar- gie Schuler. From a small and almost unnoticed beginning, the Dramatic Club of the speech department of Cente- nary grew into the Centenary Playhouse, a club form- ed for the purpose of producing ploys with student actors, actresses, and technicians. Organized in October, 1946, the club began a series of one-act plays, given for members only. After these initial plays the experience gained by the students was put to use in later productions. The first major play, a three-act comedy, Laff That Off, was presented in April, followed by Birthright. Since a suitable stage for the productions was lacking, the Centenary Play- house made good use of the old chapel building. In spite of a too-small stage, no drop curtain or proper lighting equipment, the club members went ahead with great spirit to present these plays. Joseph Gitford, director of the speech and drama de- partment., guided the members in the work of the club and directed one major production. Assistant to Mr. Gifford, Miss Eva Spence directed some of the plays and taught drama production and public speaking.
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