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CENCOE . First Row — Bentley, Bogue, Bowden, Brock, Broyles, Byrne, Callahan, M., Callahan, M. J., Entrikin. Second Row — Flournoy, Fox, Gaines, Hampton, Hardin, Herrmann, Hilman, Houston, Jones. Third Row — Loe, Long, Melton, Middlebrooks, Miracle, Murray, Person, Peyton, Robinson. Fourth Row — Rudy, Tabb, Taylor, Thomas, Tinsley, Tompkins, Victory, White, Yancey. Officers Betty Jo Loe President Dorothy Long Vice-President Ann Byrne Secretary Jane Broyles Treasurer Cencoe is an inter-sorority organization composed of ten girls from each of the four sororities on the campus. The group was founded in 1937 with the purpose of promoting friendship among the Greek groups on the campus. Membership is composed of girls from the community. The pin is a diamond-shaped badge with four equal sides, representing the equality of each sorority. Monthly supper meetings are held at the sorority lodges. MEMBERS: Jean Bentley, Marjorie Bogue, Ann Bowden, Betty Brock, Jane Broyles, Ann Byrne, Marilyn Calla- han, Mary Jane Callahan, Jean Marie Entrikin, Betty Flournoy, Bettie Rea Fox, Jackie Gaines, Charlie Hamp- ton, Joyce Hardin, Anna Herrmann, Bettina Hilman, Marguerite Houston, Dolores Jones, Betty Jo Loe, Dorothy Long, Betty McCullough, Joan Melton, Glennette Middbbrooks, Sharon Miracle, Alice Murray, Elizabeth Per- son, Frances Peyton, Mary Allen Robinson, Virginia Rudy, Carolyn Tabb, Laura Ann Taylor, Barbara Thomas, Pearla Tinsley, Jo Ann Tompkins, Sallie Victory, Mary Helen White, Carolyn Yancey.
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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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METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT Fhst Row — Barnes, Beard, Bentley, Bowdon, H., Bowdon, L., Camp, Caraway, Chisholm, Dawson, Durbin, Ellis. Second Row — Entrikin, Fisher, Ford, Fox, Haggart, Hall, Harris, Hood, Jackson, Johnson, Kennington. Third Row — Kneece, Laird, Law, McCasland, McKay, B., McKay, R., McKnight, Means, Ming, Moreland, Pomeroy. Fourth Row — Rich, Sirman, Taylor, Tohline, Welch, Wendt, Wesson, Williamson, Wilson, Woodward, Zeigler. Officers Henry Bowdon President Bettie Rea Fox Vice-President Oretchen Ford Secretary Bob Haggart Treasurer The Methodist Student Movement is an organization composed of all Methodist students on the campus. Dur- ing the year the M. S. M. took part in several special projects. The M. S. M. was responsible for one of the daily " Quest " programs in cooperation with the Inter-Faith Council. The group furnished the music for a special Christmas program sponsored by the Council. Possibly the greatest undertaking of the year was the job of playing host to two hundred delegates from the other colleges of the state who attended the annual conference of the M. S. M. held at Centenary in March. MEMBERS: Odelle Aulds, Don Barnes, Dixie Beard, Jean Bentley, Henry Bowdon, Louise Bowdon, Ed Camp, Mantha Caraway, Jo Chisholm, Chester Cooke, Frances Dawson, Sybil Durbin, Tommy Ellis, Jean Marie En- trikin, Margaret Fisher, Gretchen Ford, Bettie Rea Fox, Bob Haggart, Donald Hall, Peggy Harris, Robert Hood, Joe Jackson, Janet Johnson, Melissa Kneece, Mary Frances Kennington, Patsy Laird, Martha Law, Al Lenington, Jo Carol McCasland, Betty McKay, Bob McKay, Shirley McKnight, Jerry Means, Jane Ming, Byrl Moreland, Dorothy Pomeroy, Bonnie Rich, Bill Sirman, Robert Ed Taylor, Dan Tohline, Frances Way, Vivian Wendt, Ann Wesson, Jack Williamson, Roy Wilson, J. R. Woodward, Jo Ann Zeigler.
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