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GIRLS ' DORMITORY COUNCIL First Row — Biggs, Bogue, Hightower, Higman, Jackson. Second Row — Kneece, Turner, Youngblood, Zeigler. Officers Lois Ann Higman Presideni Buja Biggs Vice-President Anna Faye Hightower Secretary Beverly Turner . Treasurer The Dormitory Council of Rotary Hall is the governing body composed of the executive officers and a repre- sentative from each college class. The council meets weekly to discuss any problems or business affairs that may arise concerning any of the women residents. The advisor to the council is Mrs. W. S. Row, dormi- tory hostess. The purpose of the council is to promote good conduct and to further the interests of all residents, to transact business pertaining to residents and to enact and enforce the laws for its government so far as lies within its power. The dormitory girls entertain with two open houses yearly, one in the fall and one in the spring honoring the seniors. This spring the Council capitalized on the theme of the ' 49er and held its spring reception com- plete with costumes and decorations in keeping with the theme. MEMBERS: Buja Biggs, Marjorie Bogue, Anna Faye Hightower, Lois Ann Higman, Jackie Jackson, Melissa Kneece, Beverly Turner, Ann Wesson, Joyce Youngblood, Jo Ann Zeigler.
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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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SIGMA TAU DELTA Officers Charles Raines President Mary Adair Brown Vice-President Albert Leary Secretary -Historian Evan Campbell Treasurer Bob Regan Marshall Sigma Tau Delta, national writing fraternity was installed in October by Dean B. F. Hughes of Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. Harnett T. Kane was guest speaker at the installation of the Centenary chapter. The group is limited to twenty members; one requisite of membership is submission of three original manuscripts. Charter members ot the group are: Mary Jane Callahan, Ann Byrne, Antoinette Tuminello, Mary Adair Brown, Albert Leary, Bob Regan, Charles Raines, Quinton Raines, Evan Campbell, Albert Richardson, Miss Mary Frances Smith and Mrs. Arthur Shuey, sponsor of the group. Pictured are members of the group with a guest speaker. FRENCH CLUB Officers Albert Leary President Roy Wilson Vice-President Dorothy Gray Secretary Jo Chisholm Treasurer Under the capable direction of Dr. E. L. Ford, the French Club continues to offer the student of French the opportunity to increase his knowledge of the French Language through conversation. Students who are eligible for membership in this group must maintain a " C " average in French. Meetings are held monthly at which time members enjoy discussions, games and refreshments. A group picture of the members is shown above.
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