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Page 129 text:
CENHOMEC First Row — Amis, Brown, Bruno, Cothran, Drake, Gaston, Geliand. Second Row — Hamiter, Hughes, Kelley, Koenig, Maddox, Martin, Newman. Third Row — Ogietree, Pomeroy, Proctor, Settles, Taylor, Ware, Wall. Officers Imogene Brown President Joy Proctor Vice-President Gwen Kelley Secretary Sue Cothran Treasurer Highlight of the many activities of Cenhomec, organization for girls who are taking Home Economics, was the annual Christmas Bazaar held at the Home Economics Building on the campus. At this time the guests have an opportunity to sample the results of class room cooking and sewing. Throughout the year the club has been hostess to outside guests who spoke on topics of interest to women in this field. The club is sponsored by Miss Beatrice Counts and Mrs. Amy Vaughan. MEMBERS: Georgia Ann Amis, Imogene Brown, Angelina Bruno, Sue Cothran, Jo Ann Drake, Miriam Gel- fand, Anna Marie Gilger, Mrs. Sherman Gorton, Marianne Hamiter, Hope Hughes, Carolyn Johnson, Gwen Kelley, Clara Koenig, Tommie Lue Maddox, Nan Martin, Beverly Newman, Colleen Ogietree, Dottie Pome- roy, Joy Proctor, Catherine Settles, Jane Taylor, Maxine Ware, Helen Wall.
Page 128 text:
W UI C " CLUB (iitt First Row — Andrews, Claiborne, Cosse, Duncan, Fant, Golson. Second Row — Hale, Lester, Mayo, Pidge, Strong, A. Third Row — Strong, C, Thompson, Timmons. Officers Lenny Fant President Nickie Lester Vice-President Andy Strong Secretary -Treasurer The " C " Club, an organization composed of men who have lettered in an intercollegiate sport, had two open houses during basketball season for former members, and one to which everyone was invited. All former lettermen are invited to all Centenary Athletic contests at no charge, and all will be issued cards of membership. The " C " Club plans to have one more function before the year is over. This will be an afternoon and night on Lake Bistineau at Gordon Thompson ' s camp. The new lettermen will be initiated and everyone hopes that the party will be as big a success as the one last year. MEMBERS: Andy Andrews, Jim Basham, Doug Claibourne, John Cosse, Dick Dill, Diz Duncan, Lenny Fant, Els- ton Golson, Bob Hale, Gene Ingram, Pete Landrum, Pat Mason, Seaman Mayo, Ray Pidge, Andy Strong, Cleve Strong, Gordon Thompson, Reese Timmons, Dean Veach.
Page 130 text:
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION First Row — Amis, Bickham, Bowden, Cartel, Cothran, Davis. Second Row — Elrod, Edmonds, Gibbs, Jayroe, Jenkins, Jones. Third Row — Kelley, Kirkland, Lawrence, Perkins, Schooler, Welch, Williamson. Officers Grady Welch President Bettie Jones First Vice-President Martha Nan Edmonds Second V ice-President Ann Bowden Third Vice-President Sue Ann Lawrence Recording Secretary Gwen Kelley Corresponding Secretary and Publicity Chairman Raymond Gibbs Treasurer Tommy Davis Music Director The Baptist Student Union is an organization which co-ordinates the religious activity of the Baptist students of a school and community. It was begun in Texas in 1920 and became south-wide in 1921. This year has been a busy one for the B. S. U. at Centenary. For Thanksgiving it sponsored a breakfast and sunrise service which was attended by more than 120 young people of six different denominations. At Christ- mas the B. S. U. was responsible for each Baptist Church in the city having a Student Night at Christmas pro- gram, ft also planned a Valentine party and a spring party. GREATE R COUNCIL MEMBERS: Georgia Ann Amis, Billy Bickham, Ann Bowden, Henry Carter, Sue Coth- ran, Tommy Davis, Martha Nan Edmonds, Donald Elrod, Raymond Gibbs, Glenn Hilman, Hazel Jayroe, Ray Jenkins, Bettie Jones, Gwen Kelley, Dan Kirkland, Dona Laughlin, Sue Ann Lawrence, Richard Moon, Judson Perkins, J. Schooler, Grady Welch, W. D. Williamson.
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