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MINISTERIAL CLUB MMN First Row — Barnes, Bowdon, Camp, Caraway, Chisholm, Douglass, Duihin, Fox. Second Row — Golson, Haggart, Hall, Harris, Heindon, Hickman, Hatchel, Home. Third Row — Jackson, Johnson, A., Johnson, J., Kennington, Kneece, McKay, Means, Moreland. Fourth Row — Soderman, Scales, Taylor, Tohline, Way, Wendt, S., Wendt, V. Officers Bill Scales President Melissa Kneece Vice-President Arline Johnson Secretary James Douglass Treasurer Again this year the Ministerial Club has been an active, contributing organization. The club this year is com- posed of almost forty young men and women who have determined to devote their lives to full-time Christian Service. The club has undertaken several projects these two semesters. Among the most important is the organization of fellowship teams by which aid is given to rural and other churches who are in need of work- ers. The club also sponsored the campus-wide drive to raise funds for the World Student Service Fund. Under this plan financial aid is given to students of foreign universities and colleges whose facilities have been de- vastated by war. MEMBERS: Don Barnes, Henry Bowdon, Ed Camp, Mantha Rose Caraway, Jo Chisholm, Chester Cooke, James Douglass, Sybil Durbin, Jacob Fisher, Bettie Rea Fox, Ollie Golson, Bob Haggart, Donald Hall, Peggy Harris, T. B. Herndon, Carroll Hickman, Bill Hatchel, Robert Home, Howard Hudson, Joe Jackson, Arline John- son, Janet Johnson, Mary Frances Kennington, Melissa Kneece, Bob McKay, Jerry Means, Byrl Moreland, Briscoe Soderman, Roland Scales, Robert Edward Taylor, Dan Tohline, Frances Way, Stephen Wendt, Vivian Wendt.
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SPANISH CLUB First Row — Bacilla, Bauch, Baxley, Beltz, Brock, Cheek, Connell, Dawson. Second Row — Deboben, Eilbeck, Herndon, Hilburn, Hines, Hirsch, McCuen, McKinney. Third Row — Neal, Perkins, Rogers, Spengler, Thomas, Wesson, Williams, Zeigler. Officers Fred Rogers President Jose Cheek Vice-President Bette Brock Secretary Royce Hines Treasurer The Spanish Club is one of Centenary ' s foremost departmental organizations. The club meets monthly for the purpose of giving members an opportunity to put into practical usage the conjugations and grammatical forms learned in the classroom. At the end of the year the club held its annual banquet at one of the Spanish Res- taurants in the city. Under the guidance of R. E. White and Miss Lenore Rees the club has again enjoyed a most profitable year. MEMBERS: Georgia Adams, George Bacilla, Leslie Bauch, Ettamay Baxley, Harvey Beltz, Tommy Bickham, Bette Brock, Stuart Burris, Marilyn Callahan, Jose Cheek, Ellenda Clements, Beverly Connell, Frances Dawson, Kathryn Deboben, John Eilbeck, Betty Flournoy, James Gaiennie, Louis Gibson, Charles Hilburn, Royce Hines, Wilbur Hirsch, T. W. Hooker, Arline Johnson, Dolores Jones, Walter Kuhn, Jaime Lespier, William Maldonado, Charles McCuen, George McKinney, Dan Monroe, Jimmy Morrison, Henry Mullins, S. D. Neal, Judson Perkins, Howard Quinn, Fred Rogers, Efren Rotger, Margaret Spengler, Billy Stampley, Jimmy Stephenson, Vincent Taglavore, Barbara Thomas, Johnny Wolcott, James Waugh, Harlan Washington, Ann Wesson, Barbara White, Dick Whittington, Jimmy Williams, Bill Worthy, Margaret Youngblood, Jo Ann Zeigler.
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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB First Row — Anderson, Bowen, Brown, Canter, CoJeman, Didier, Faries, French. Second Row — Getz, Gleason, Golson, Harrison, Hughens, Jeffrey, Jones, Laspier. Third Row — Lewis, Love, Mullenix, Parker, Raines, Richardson, Rudy, Rutledge. Fourth Row — Soderman, Spanqler, Thomas, Wainwright, Wall, Willis, Wolle. Officers Bill Parker President Fabius Didier . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President Dolores Jones, Antoinette Tuminello .... Secretaries Quinton Raines Treasurer In the fall of 1948 a group of Centenary students asked Mr. Merlin Cox, professor of history to help organize an International Relations Club on the campus. Beginning with a membership of seventy-five students the club entered into a number of activities. " The China Question " was first discussed and an open forum on socialized medicine was held. At the Southwest Regional Conference in Stillwater, Oklahoma, in April, 1949, Centenary was awarded the Conference for 1950. This award entitled Centenary to elect three regional of- ficers . . . president, secretary and treasurer to attend the North American Conference at Denver, Colorado, in April, 1949. MEMBERS: Lillian Anderson, Odell Aulds, Marjorie Bogue, Ann Bowden, Bill Bowen, Bette Brock, Dwight Brown, Linous Campbell, David Canter, Jo Coleman, Fabius Didier, Cecil Faries, Katherine French, L. L. Getz, Hubert Gleason, Ollie Golson, Benjamin Graves, James Harris, Jack Harriss, Howard Harrison, Bettina Hilman, W. F. Hughens, Guy Hughes, Joe Jackson, Charles Jeffery, Dolores Jones, W. K. Knowles, Gordon LeBlanc, Jaime Laspier, Connie Lewis, Jim Light, Marlin Love, Arthur McKnight, George Marshall, Marilyn Meyers, Rosemary Norred, Bill Parker, Quinton Raines, Albert Richardson, Robert Regan, James Reid, Vernon Robin- son, Richard Rosenthal, Frances Roser, Virginia Rudy, John Rutledge, Jo Schooler, Briscoe Soderman, Charles Solley, Margaret Spengler, Bob Stacy, Barbara Thomas, Bill Tucker, Antoinette Tuminello, Robert Wainwright, John Wall, W. D. Williamson, Harold Willis, Johnnie Wolcott, William Wolfe, Jo Ann Zeigler.
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