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MASONIC CLUB First Row — Beltz, Briggs, Blown, Guice, Hardaway, Lucky. Second Row — Marine, Morgan, Neal, Perkins, Robinson, Rogers. Third Row — Stampley, Tanner, Tilly, Tohline, Tullis, Winfrey, Wozencrait. Officers Stanton D. Neal, Jr President fuDSON R. Perkins Vice-President James A. Robinson Secretary-Treasurer The Masonic Fraternity of Centenary College is organized as a local organization and is not a constituent of any national or international organization. The purpose of the fraternity is to unite into one local organization those persons who are engaged in or affiliated with any phase of Masonic activity while on the faculty or enrolled as a student at Centenary College. The fraternity has chosen from the faculty Dean R. E. Smith and Professor Charles C. Mantle to be their faculty sponsors, and it is with their advice and help that the fraternity was begun with such success. MEMBERS: Harvey Beltz, Joe Briggs, Dwight Brown, George Ferguson, Howard Gilcrease, Wilton Guice, Gaius Hardaway, Artmer Lucky, George Morgan, Stanton Neal, Jr., Judson Perkins, James A. Robinson, Charles Rogers, Fred Sicilio, W. A. Stampley, Curtis Tanner, Glenn A. Tilley, Dan Tohline, Arthur Tullis, Ernest Win- frey, Stanley Wozencraft.
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ALPHA SIGMA CHI First Row — Bodion, Campbell, Cappel, Carter, Childers, Daly, Entrikin, Foster, Giglio. Second Row — Grantz, Haley, Hatcher, Higman, Hilburn, Hilman, Holstead, Hood, Kottle. Third Row — Leopard, Lester, Lucky, Lyons, Menge, Noyes, Paylor, Pvllen, Riggs. Fourth Row — Sharp, M. M., Sharp, William, Todd, Tullis, White, Wideman, Wolfe, Woodward. Officers Iulian Hatcher President Paul Noyes Vice-President Bettina Hilman Secretary Tom Lyons Treasurer Alpha Sigma Chi, honorary chemistry fraternity, was founded on Centenary campus in 1931 by Dr. John B. Entrikin. Membership is limited to advanced chemistry students. The group not only participates in many campus activities, but also shows an active interest in other groups associated with chemistry in the Ark- La-Tex area. This year the organization assisted in the editing of the November issue of the Shreveport Magazine, partici- pated actively in the American Chemical Society Convention held in Shreveport in December and also furn- ished guides and lecturers for the Atomic Energy Display. It also participated in the first Student Affiliate meeting of the American Chemical Society held at Loyola University in January 1949. The fraternity orig- inated the " Alpha Sigma Chi Award " which is made to the graduating senior with the most outstanding scholastic record in natural science. MEMBERS: Jerry Bailes, Milhim Bodron, Ira Campbell, Jack Cappel, Harvey Lee Carter, David Childress, George Daly, Jean Marie Entrikin, Clarence Erickson, George Foster, C. D. Francis, Joe Giglio, Jean Grantz, Mar- tha Julia Haley, Julian Hatcher, Lois Ann Higman, Glenn Hilburn, Bettina Hilman, H. G Holstead, Robert Hood, Sherman Kottle, John Leopard, Clyde Lester, James Long, W. A. Lucky, Tom Lyons, Ted Menge, Michael Mitchell, Paul Noyes, John Paylor, Joe Pullen, Carl Ratzburg, Malvern Riggs, Don Rowe, Mary Miles Sharp, W. L. Sharp, Fred Sicilia, Charles South, Harry Todd, Frank Trice, Kenneth White, John Wideman, William Wolfe, Arthur Woodward.
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CHI SIGMA NU . -m First Row — Biggs, Baxley, Bogue, Bo-wden, Chamberlain, Connell, Fisher, French. Second Row — Fox, Grantz, Hampton, Harper, Harris, Herlong, Hightower, Houston. Third Row — Leopard, McClanahan, Matthews, Middlebrooks, Parker, Person, Steele, Thomas. Fourth Row — Tinsley, Tompkins, Victory, Yancey, Youngblood. Officers Bettie Rea Fox President GtLEnnette Middlebrooks Vice-President Ann Bowden . . . Secretary-Treasurer Katherine Leopard Reporter Chi Sigma Nu, honorary education fraternity, was founded in 1937 by a group of students interested in pro- moting high standards of scholarship, leadership and service in the field of education. To qualify for member- ship one must be a Junior who maintains a C average and shows a sincere interest in the field of teaching. Speakers scheduled for the meetings include outstanding educators of city and state. These educators gen- erally discuss some of the problems encountered by perspective teachers as well as the latest trends in edu- cation. Since 1940 the group has been under the able guidance of Dr. A. J. Middlebrooks. MEMBERS: Etta Mae Baxley, Buja Biggs, Marjorie Bogue, Ann Bowden, Irene Chamberlain, Beverly Connell, Bryan Connell, Margaret Fisher, Bettie Rea Fox, Katherine French, Carl Grantz, Charlie Hampton, Mary Harper, Cora Harris, Betty Herlong, Anna Faye Hightower, Marguerite Houston, Katherine Leopard, Lelia Mae Mc- Clanahan, Ben Matthews, Glennette Middlebrooks, Bill Parker, Elizabeth Person, A. J. Smith, Pearla Tinsley, Barbara Thomas, Joan Tompkins, Sally Victory, Claire Wheeler, Carolyn Yancey, Joyce Youngblood.
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