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CHI SIGMA NU OFFICERS • Rudolph Chiesa .... President • Janet Johnson . . . Vice President • Ann Wesson Secretary • Patsy Laird Treasurer MEJMBERS First Rov — Baibaia Black, Mary Lou Boinmann, ]o Chis- holm, Sue Cothian, Frances Dawson. Second Row — Arline Johnson, Janet Johnson, JAary BetJi Kellum, Jvlelissa Kneece, Patsy Laird. TJiird Row — Jane Ming, Martha IVJoreland, Ben Day Riely, J. D. Thacher, Joe Tilly, Ann Wesson. Not Pictured — Naomi Fluelle, Rudolph Chiesa, Gretchen Ford, Mrs. Roy Garrett. Chi Sigma Nu, honorary education fraternity, was founded on Centenary campus in 1937. To qualify for membership one must be a Junior who maintains a C average and shows sincere interest in the field of educa- tion. Meetings consist of speakers who dis- cuss present problems and trends in educa- tion. Dr. A. J. Middlebrooks has been faculty sponsor since 1940. One Hundred Twenty-one
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ALPHA SIGMA CHI Alpha Sigma Chi, honorary chemistry fra- ternity, was founded on Centenary campus by Dr. John B. Entrikin. Membership is limit- ed to advanced chemistry students who have a B average in chemistry and the unani- mous approval of the members. Its purpose is to stimulate interest in the field of chem- istry. OFFICERS • Fred Sicilio President • Glen Hilburn . . . Vice President • Maxine Ware Secretary • John Wideman Treasurer MEMBERS First TOW — Billy Bickham, M. A. Bodron, David Childeis, John Dehn, Earl Gorton, Jean Giantz, Wayne Hanson. Second Row — Charles Havens, Glen Hilburn, John L. Loehner, James IVlcClelland, Donald l ack, Ralph Meier, Thomas P. O ' Neal. Third Row — Norman Rentro, Don Rowe, Paul Rogers, Fred Sicilio, Maxine Ware, John Wideman. Not Pictured — Jim Barbee, Tommy Ellis, Jack Meriwether, Peggy Peck, Anderson Peebles, Bill Rhea, Brannon Riddle, Henry Rounsaville, Anne Warren, Robert Welch, Joseph Whitmoie. One Hundred Twenty
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CENHOMEC Cenhomec, organization for girls interested in Home Economics, is one of the most active organizations on the campus. They have had bazaars, banquets, parties and a Faculty open house. Their regular meetings consist of speakers and discussions on grooming problems, dating, home decoration, etc. The new home economics rooms were decorated by the girls. Last fall they were hostesses to a group of home economics majors from other colleges. Faculty sponsors are Miss Mary Roberson and Miss Alice Stubbs. Esther OFFICERS • Sue Cothran President • Ann Wesson . . . Vice President • Maxine Ware Secretary • Angie Bruno Treasurer MEMBERS First Rov — Pat Alexander, Angelina Bruno, Sue Cothran, Margaret Ann Cowger, Haiiiet FarmeT, Gretchen Ford. Second Row — Joanne Jackson, Gingei Johnson, Betty June Lee, Donna Lofton, Jackie Mackey, Rhoda Morehead. Third Row — Dorothy Pomeroy, Barbara Rigby, Maude Jeter Thornton, Maxine Ware, Ann Wesson, Betty Willis. Not Pictured — Patty Keene. One Hundred liietity-tuo
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