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CANTERBURY CLUB Fiist Row — Bossier, Douglass, Goode, Herndon, Holtzclaw, Leary. Second Row — Martin, Middlebrooks, G., Middlebiooks, M. J., Plaxco, Stephens. Officers Roy Bossier President Jim Douglass Vice-President June Hancock Secretary-Treasurer The Canterbury Club is an organization of students who are members of the Episcopal Church. The Canter- bury group was organized in 1947. The group adopted as its main project of the year monthly services at the All Saints Chapel at Stonewall, Louisiana. The Wednesday night Quest programs held in the Meditation Chapel are under the leadership of this group. The group was represented at the state convention in Lafayette by eight delegates. At that time James Douglass, vice-president of the Centenary group was elected state vice-president. Miss Dorothy Ann Clark is faculty sponsor for the group. MEMBERS: Roy Bossier, Jim Douglass, Vivian Goode, June Hancock, T. B. Herndon, Mary Holtzclaw, Jean- nette Khoury, Albert Leary, Marshall Martin, Charles McCuen, Glennette Middlebrooks, Mary Jeff Middle- brooks, Diane Morgan, Leland Plaxco, Catherine Settles, Nancy Steele, Bert Stephens, Elise Watts.
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CENTENARY PLAYERS First Row — Baker, Barnes, Black, Bradford, Didier, Edwards, Elliott, Grantz. Second Row — -Howard, Johnson, Jopling, Kern, Laird, Lawrence, Leary, Long. Third Row — Raines, C, Raines, Q., Reagor, Regan, Settles, Stinson, Thomas, White, Willis. Officers Quinton Raines President Arline Johnson Vice-President Eugene Black Secretary Peggy Pollard Treasurer The Centenary Players has advanced this year in size, interest and productivity. The main project of the organization was the sponsorship of the four major productions of the " Centenary Playhouse. " All of its mem- bers participated in at least one of these plays. Plans are under way for affiliation with a national dramatic fraternity. The group is sponsored by Eva Spence and Joseph Gifford. MEMBERS: William Baker, Don Barnes, Eugene Black, William Bradford, Mary Beth Collins, Taber Collins, Arthur Dickerson, Fabius Didier, O. C. Edwards, Isabelle Elliott, Carl Grantz, Charles Hoffman, Joan Hough, Kenneth Howard, Arline Johnson, Dolores Jones, Leonard Jopling, Ida Kern, Patsy Laird, Sue Ann Lawrence, Albert Leary, Dorothy Long, George Marshall, Don Montgomery, Bill Parker, Charles Raines, Quinton Raines, Bill Reagor, Bob Regan, Catherine Settles, Davis Stinson, Barbara Ann Thomas, Elise Watts, Jim Waugh, Barbara White, Harold Willis.
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NEWMAN CLUB First Row — Byrne, Callahan, Bruno, Conway, Deboben, Giglio. Second Row — Jones, Long, Milazzo, Mueller, Trowbridge, Verhalen. Third Row— Wall, H., Wall, J., Wooley, Zagst. Officers Arthur Trowbridge President Mary June Callahan Vice-President Dorothy Long Vice-President Ann Byrne Recording Secretary Joseph Giglio Corresponding Secretary Dolores Jones Treasurer The Newman Club of Centenary College is a chapter of a national organization for Catholic students in non-Catholic colleges and universities. The group at Centenary was organized in September, 1947. The purpose of the club is to aid in the religious, social and intellectual benefit of its members. The club was sponsor this year of a Mardi Gras Ball held in the Student Union Building at which time a Queen was named. Proceeds from the dance went to CARE. The local Newman Club is one of more than 500 such clubs in the United States. Sponsor of the group is Mrs. Helen R. Marshall. MEMBERS: Angelina Bruno, Ann Byrne, Mary Jane Callahan, Joan Marie Conway, John Cox, George Daly, Kathryn Deboben, Joseph Giglio, Dolores Jones, Dorothy Long, Sam Milazzo, Jim Mueller, Louis Provenza, Louis Sicard, Arthur Trowbridge, Gene Verhalen, Helen Wall, John Wall, Adrian Wooley, Martha Zagst.
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