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The Centenary College chapter of the Newman Club, a national or- ganization for Catholic students in non-Catholic colleges and univer- sities, was organized in September of 1947 with 50 active members. The purpose of the club is for the religious, social, and intellectual benefit of its members. The local Newman Club is one of more than 500 such clubs in the United States. It is named after John Henry Cardinal Newman, leader of the Oxford Movement. The faculty sponsor is Mrs. Helen R. Marshall, and Rev. Bernard Kearns, S. J., has been appointed chaplain of the group. Members: Katherine Barnett, Mary Jo Boss, Ann Byrne, Carolyn Car- roll, John Cashore, Mary Jane Cal- lahan, Mildred Carney, John Cox, George Daly, Nicholas Defatta, Cuitis Dixon, Paddy Ann Doll, Francis Eltipe, Jean Francis, Vin- cent Fulco, Bill Gorton, Ann Har- rington, Billy Jean Higginbotham, Bobbie Isom, John Joyner, Dorothy Long, John Luffey, William McFad- den, Colleen Moore, Fred J. Moreau, Jim Mueller, A. E. Parisy, John Peck, Bill Randall, Rose Au- drey Randall, Betly Rash, Adrean Rosner, William Ross, Camille Si- card, Louis Sicard, George Slat- tery, Arthur Trowbridge, Antoinette Tuminello, Peppino Vlahoyannes, William A. Wooley, Robert Wil- liams, Martha Zagst. Officers John Cox . . . . . President Curtis Dixon Vice-President Jean Francis Secretary Martha Zagst Treasurer Newman Club Federation First Row — Barnett, Boss, Byrne, Carroll, Cashore, Cox, Daly, Detatta, Dickson . . . Second Row — Doll, Eltipe, Fulco, Gorton, Higginbotham, Joyner, Long, Luffey, McFadden . . . Third Row — Moore, Moreau, Mueller, Farisy, Peck, Randall, R. A., Randall, W. A., Rash, Rosner. Fourth Row — floss, Sicard, Slattery, Trowbridge, Tuminello, Vlayhayanes, Williams, Wooley, Zagst.
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Firs! Row — B:ggs, Childcrs, Herndon, Holty.claw, M., Holtzclaw, W., McArchan . . . Second Row — Middlebrooks, G., Middlebrooks, M. ]., Mid- dleton, Montgomery, Purnell, Reeks, M. . . . Third Row- — Reeks, M. A., Regan, Stevens, Stovall, Torrans, Witherspoon. CANTERBURY CLUB Officers William E. Holtzclaw President T. B. Herndon Vice-President Mary Holtzclaw Secretary-Treasurer The Canterbury Club, an organi- zation of Episcopal College stu- dents, was organized on the Cen- tenary campus in the spring of 1947. The purposes of this organi- zation include Evangelism, ser- vice, worship, social activities and study. Among the many projects, the Wednesday night Quest, which is a short worship service led by a member of the Canterbury Club, is the most familiar. Meetings are held on Sunday night at 6:00 o ' clock in the Chi Omega sorority house on Cente- nary Campus. There is an evening prayer, a business meeting, and a social get-together. The meetings of this organization vary, there is a corporate com- munion monthly after which breakfast is served, a dinner meet- ing when a special guest is pres- ent, and the regular Sunday night fellowship. There are Canterbury Clubs, not only throughout the United States, but also in Canada and England. Conventions are held for the va- rious clubs in different states at which officers for the year are elected. The convention this year is to be held on the Louisiana State University campus. Twelve mem- bers of the Centenary Canterbury Club plan to attend this meeting. Dr. Sixbey, a member of the Cente- nary College faculty, is advisor for this group. Members: Paula Beggs, Drum- mond Chantler, David Childers, T. B. Herndon, Mary Holtzclaw, Billy Holtzclaw, Marshall Martin. Edna Ruth McArchan, Glennette Middlebrooks, Mary Jeff Middle- brooks, Charles Middleton, Betty Ann Montgomery, Pat Purnell, Marjorie Reeks, Mary Ann Reeks, Robert Regan, Bert Stevens, Bev- erley Stovall, Martha Torrans, Eli- zabeth Witherspoon.
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First Row — Boss, Bowdon, Caraway Coleman, Durbin, Enyart, Gelfand, Goldsby, Grantz . . . Second Row — Guilliams, Hull, Hunt, Jackson, Jenkins, Kelley, Kneece, Law, Maranto . . . Third Row — Martin, Meadows, Mitchell, Moellei, Payne, Rains, Shaw, Ward, Wiseman. A U F A I T Officers Tommie Lue Guilliams President Sybil Durbin Vice-President Jackie Jackson Secretary Ottolyn Payne Treasurer This popular non-Greek society Founded in 1939 on the Centenary Billie Jo Rains, Bonnie Rich, Shir- has taken a very active part in the Campus, its colors are Green and lene Shaw, Nancy Ward. activities of the campus this year. . , White, its Flower, the White Gar- _, . . , T _, T , It has members in almost all of Pledges: Mary Jo Boss, Louise the extra-curricular activity organi- dema. Bowdon, Thelma Jo Coleman, Mir- zaticns. Its members and pledges iam Gelfand, Mary Frances Golds- i , , Members: Mantha Rose Caraway, enjoyed a week-end party in Sep- , T _ , . by, Jean Grantz, lone Hanks, Ger- tember at the home of their Honor- Sybil Durbin, Martha Ann Enyart, aldine Hunt, Melissa Kneece, Mar- ary Mother, Mrs. W. G. Michaels Tommie Lue Guilliams, Ann Hull, ' . , w tha Law, Dorothy Maranto, Betty of Marshall, Texas. The girls of P „. + , , „ , , f ., Dora Alice I ackson ' Margaret Jen- Martin Barbara Meadows, Mari- Au J: ait lea off the dances of the social organizations with a sue- kins ' Gwen Kelley ' Melba Mltche11 ' lyn Mills, Darlene Moeller, Louise cessful Thanksgiving Dance. Gloria Monzingo, Ottolyn Payne, Wiseman.
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