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

 - Class of 1948

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Page 140 text:

First Row — Bentley, Bogue, Bowdon, Britain, Byrne, Dennis . . . Second Row — Haley, Holtzclaw, Jordan, Lowe, McKinney, Moore Row — Moppert, Peyton, Rembert, Sale, Taylor, Underwood, Zagst. Officers Loraine Jordan President Jackie Rembert .... Vice President Catherine Sale . Corresponding Secretary Ann Bowden Treasurer Louise Lowe . . . Recording Secretary Alpha Omicron Pi Chi stands for Centenary; Sigma, for Shreve- port. So was named the forty-fifth active chap- ter of Alpha Omicron Pi, national sorority which celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 1947. Founded at Barnard College, Columbia Uni- versity, in 1897, Alpha Omicron Pi is marked by a simplicity unusual in Greek-letter societies. This is seen in the absence of a crest and in the single fraternity color, cardinal. The flower is the Jacqueminot rose, and the jewel, the ruby. At Centenary A O Pi is well represented in all campus activities. The group is now plan- ning its house, which is scheduled to be com- pleted by next fall. Chi Sigma sent an outstanding contribution to the sorority ' s philanthropic work, the social ser- vice division of the Frontier Nursing Service in Kentucky. This includes ail types of help for the people of the practically inaccessible por- tions of the Kentucky mountains. Members and pledges of Alpha Omicron Pi are Jean Bentley, Marjorie Bogue, Ann Bowdon, Norma Britain, Ann Byrne, Mary Jane Callahan, Martha Julia Haley, Mary Holtzclaw, Loraine Jordan, Louise Lowe, Carolyn McKinney, Col- leen Moore, Betty Moppert, Alice Murray, Jackie Rembert, Catherine Sale, Laura Ann Taylor and Martha Zagst.

Page 139 text:

First Row — Melton, Miles, Miller, Montgomery, Ogden, Pardue, Parker, Person, Powell . . . Second Row — Pryor, Randall, Roberts, Simon, Smith, Standi, Stone, Stovall, Taylor, ]. . . . Third Rovs — Taylor, V ., Thoman, Thomas, Torrans, Turner, Wemple, Winherry, Yearwood. Brown, Jane Broyles, Janet Crawford, Alice Cur- tis, Diane Davis, Shirley Dickson, Ann Dozier, Gretchen Elston, Marcella Emerick, Betty Flour- noy, Helen Gillespie, Martha Jean Gimber, Betty Ann Gladney, Lei Hamner, Minette Harkrider, Cora Harris, Barbara Herrmann, Bettye Holland, Helen Houston, Marguerite Houston, Joann John- son, Sally Lindsay, Sue McCullough, Joan Mel- ton, Ann Miles, Marilyn Miller, Betty Ann Mont- gomery, Mary Lou Ogden, Lary Pardue, Lois Ann Parker, Elizabeth Person, Jo Ann Powell, Kathryn Pryor, Rose Audrey Randall, Betty Roberts, Ann Simon, Martha Jo Smith, Mary Elizabeth Stancil, Anne Stone, Beverley Stovall, Jane Taylor, Virginia Taylor, Shirley Rae Tho- man, Barbara Ann Thomas, Martha Torrans, Diane Richey Trice, Beverly Ann Turner, Doro- thy Wemple, Mary Margaret Winberry, Doro- thy Yearwood. BETA IOTA CHAPTER



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First flow — Byrne, Despot, Downs, Enliikin, Fletcher Lowe, Miracle, Petree, Randall, Warren. Second Row — Flournoy, Gaines, Haley, Hamner, Jordan Third Row — Lindsay, PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL The Pan-Hellenic Council is the co-ordinating organi- zation lor the sororities on the Centenary campus. Its primary purpose is to regulate rushing and maintain a cooperative spirit among the sororities. Initiation ol the preferential bid system for rushing is among the major accomplishments of the 1947-48 Pan-Hellenic Council. This system is planned to simplify and shorten rushing and to make the rush season more pleasant for sorority members and rushees. A constitution was drawn up by the Centenary Coun- cil, with working constitutions from other councils used as guides. The addition of an alumnae adviser from each so- rority to the Pan-Hellenic Council is another innova- tion of this year. The advisers act as mediators be- tween the Centenary Council and the Shreveport Pan-Hellenic. Members of the Pan-Hellenic Council for 1947-48 are Ann Byrne, June Despot, Betty Downs, Jean Marie Entrikin, Bettye Fletcher, Betty Flournoy, Jackie Gaines, Martha Julia Haley, Lei Hamner, Loraine Jordan, Sally Lindsay, Louise Lowe, Sharon Miracle, Shirley Petree, Rose Audrey Randall and Pattie Jean Warren. Officers Jean Marie Entrikin President Betty Downs Vice-President Betty Flournoy Secretary Loraine Jordan Treasurer

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