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

 - Class of 1948

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Page 111 text:

This organization, founded in 1921, are now without the benefit of Broyles, Ed Camp, Mantha Rose is the result of the fine work of clergy. Caraway, William Commer, Caro- Dr. George Sexton. Under the able lyn Coulter, Chester Cook, Sybil The beginning of the year 1948 leadership of Dean R. E. Smith, , -, ., , . L , Durbin, Andy Foreman, Betty Rai found the local organization trans- this group has worked as a com- formed into Q chapter o{ KappQ Fox, Bill Fraser, Bob Haggart, T. B. mon bond between the ministerial Qhi, the nalional ministerial club. Herndon, Robert Home, Janet John- students of all Protestant faiths. On the first Friday of every month, son, Walter Johnson, Armand Kit- At the present, plans are being the meetings are held. These con- to, Melissa Kneece, Vance Mason, made to sponsor an interdenomi- sist of a business session, follow- Byrl Moreland, Marjorie Philbrook, national chapel on the river front ed by a short devotional Pogrom LerQy philbrook( Mary Ann ReekS ou rpv, .„ , r by various clergymen of the city. T4r , in bhreveport. this will be for Bill Sirman, Jack Wmegeart, Faye those underprivileged people who Members: J. Henry Bowdon, Jane Wren, Spencer Wren. Officers Leroy Philbrook President Betty Rai Fox Vice-President Walter Johnson Secretary T. B. Herndon Treasurer MINISTERIAL CLUB First Row — Bowdon, Broyles, Camp, Caraway, Commer, Cook, Coulter, Durbin, Fraser . . . Second Row — Foreman, Fox, Haggart, Herndon, Johnson, ]., Jornson, W ., Kitto, Kneece, Mason . . . Third Row — Moreland, Philbrook, M., Philbrook, L., Reeks, Sirman, Winegeart, Wren, F., Wren, S.

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First Row — Bolen, Doll, Evans, Kottle . . . Second Row — McCook, S chwaitzenbeig, Turner, A., Turner, B. SIGMA PI SIGMA Officers Robert D. McCook President William B. Scott Vice-President Paddy Ann Doll Secretary-Treasurer The Sigma Pi Sigma received their national charter at Centenary Col- lege on April 20, 1927. A national physics honor society, this organi- zation serves as a means of recog- nition for superior scholarship in physics, that would bring those particularly interested in this science into closer association and would encourage and stimulate them in their scientific work, and which would thereby bring about a greater cooperation between in- structor and student for the benefit of both. Ernest H. Cherrington, Jr., and John S. Urban are the sponsors. Members: Roy John Bolen, Paddy Ann Doll, John Henry Evans, Julian P. Hatcher, Sherman Kottle, Robert D. McCook, Fred Schwartzenberg, William. B. Scott, Albert Ray Turn- er, Beverly Turner.



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First Row — Bairineau, Beilby, Bantley, Black, Bogue, Bowdcn, H., Bowdon, L. . . . Second flow — Boyd, Broyles, Camp, Caraway, Coleman, Commer, Cooke . . . Third Row — Coulter, Crabtree, Dickson, Durbin, Ellis, Foreman, Fox . . . Fourth Row — Gairett, Haggart, Hall, Hamann, Hanks, Hay, Herndon. Student Christian Association Officers Bill Sirman President Rita Roudebusii Vice-President Mary Ann Hettle Secretary T. B. Herndon Treasurer In the spring of 1946 the Student Christian Association was organ- ized on the campus of Centenary College. The main purpose of its founders was to promote Christian Fellowship among the students. This group has proven to be inter- denominational, having a Method- ist, a Presbyterian, a Baptist, and an Episcopalian as its officers. The monthly meeting, every third Tues- day at 6:30 p.m. in the Sub, con- sists of a devotional service, pro- gram, business and social hour. As the main project is the medita- tion chapel where Quest Service is held Monday through Friaay ;he members of S. C. A. have nm-

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