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SPANISH CLUB Spanish Club is one of Centenary ' s foremost departmental organizations. The aim of the club is to familiarize students with use of the Spanish language as well as Spanish history and customs. As special projects this year the club entertained high school clubs and held an annual Spanish Fiesta, a wide selec- tion of programs were put on or supervised by our South American students. Faculty sponsors of the club are Miss Lenore Rees and R. E. White. OFFICERS • Delores Jones President • Betty Youree Vice President • Anita Bylander Secretary • Rosemary Thompson .... Treasurer • Martha Jean Burgess . Publicity Chairman MEMBERS First Row — Shirley Akers, Pat Alexander, Dario Arango, Betty Austin, Maria Consuelo Baquero, Johnette Berry, Bon- nie Black, Martha Jean Burgess. Second flow — Clare Caldwell, Mary Pauline Colvin, Gary Honeycutt, Vickie Horner, Dorothy Jarriel, Delores Jones, Kay Kralt, Catherine McCracken. Third Row — Diane Mackey, William Maldonado, Pamela Martin. Pat Miller, Rhoda Morehead, Joan Mosely, Rose- mary Thompson, Betty Youree. Not Pictured — Anita Bylander. One Hundred Twenty-eight
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OFFICERS • Fabius Didier President • Harry Rounsaville . Vice President • Jean Bentley Reporter • Gay Hay . . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS First Row — W. M. Baker, Jackie Clark, Patsy Ann Cobb, Joan Crawford, Frances Dawson. Second Row — S. L. Billingame, Peggy Henning, Stephen Koper, Peggy Peck, RonaJd S. Pryer Third Row — Katherine Settles, Fred Sicilio, Briscoe Zoder- man, Annie Louise Tallman. Not Pictured — Jodie S. Graves, John V. Lee, Harold C. Mc- Common, Charlotte McPherson, Haroan O. Washington, Joe Wong. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB Psychology Club founded six years ago on Centenary campus is one of the most active departmental clubs. Its purpose is to further interest and spread knowledge on and off campus concerning psychology. The regular club meetings are open to the general public. Membership is open to students majoring in or minoring in psychology. Scholastic requirement of a B average is a prerequisite for membership. Dr. Otha K. Miles is faculty sponsor. ' , t ' One Hundred Tiveuty-seven .in
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FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS Delores Jones President Alta Jean McConathy Vice President Dorothy Grey Secretary Betty Youree Treasurer MEMBERS First flow — Hariy Brown, lames Buckner, Jackie Butler, Anita Bylander, Lynda Davis. Second flow — Billy Gay, Dorothy Gray, Elizabeth Hamilton, Vickie Horner, Johnny Hughes, Alta Jean McConathy. Third flow — Olga Miller, Robert Regan, LaRessa flowe, Betty Lane Shipp, Betty Willis, Betty Youree. Not Pictured — Murray Richardson, Don Schaeler. French Club offers the French student an opportunity to increase his knowledge of French through conversa- tion. A " C " average in French is required for membership. Dr. E. L. Ford is the faculty sponsor. Canterbury Club, organization of students of the Episcopal Church, meets regularly each week. Each Thursday morning they have communion in the chapel. Their chaplains are the Venerable John Lee Womack and the Reverend Baker Jones Turner, Jr. Richard K. Speairs is the faculty sponsor. OFFICERS Al Leary President David Childers Vice President Peggy Henning Secretdry Ava Jane Martin Treasurer MEMBERS First Row — Jerry Bloomer, Barbara Brown, David Childers, Gloria Foster, Peggy Henning. Second Row — Vickie Horner, Albert Leary, Ava Jane Martin, Joel Meriwether, Natalya Muckleroy . Third Row — Quintan Raines, Annie Louise Tollman, Cassie Theo. Not Pictured — Isa May Cohen, Jack Meri- wether. CANTERBURY CLUB One Hundred Twenty-nine
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