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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union is an organization of Baptist students on the campus. Their new room has been remodeled in mahogony red and two shades of green. Its aim is to deepen the spiritual life of the Baptist students on the campus. Several projects were adopted by the group: giving of food and clothing to needy families, presenting student night programs at Christmas in the various churches, conducting recreation programs and refreshments on Fri- day nights for boys and girls in the local missions. Faculty sponsor is Miss Opal Pickett and the Pastor Advisor is Rev. C. R. Murphy. OFFICERS • Jo Schooler President • Gay Hay . . . First Vice President • loE Wong . . Second Vice President • Donna Lofton Secretary • Gloria Foster Treasurer • Don Harbuck . . Program Chairman MEMBERS First Row — Pat Breithaupt, Sue Cothian, Margaiet Cowgei, Maltha Nan Edmonds, Gloria Foster. Second Row — Don Harbuck, Gay Hay, Tom Keith, Donna Lofton, Adrienne O ' Neal. Thiid Row — Harry Rounsaville, }o Schooler, Bob Strong, Anne Warren, Joe Wong. Not Pictured — Martha Gregory. One Hundred Thirty-two
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The Methodist Student Movement is com- posed of all Methodist Students on the cam- pus. This year this organization acquired a new room. It has been remodeled and now serves as a general meeting place for the Methodist students. Meetings are held every Thursday night at six-thirty. At these regular meetings outstanding speakers conduct dis- cussions on religious subjects. Regular social and informal recreational periods were held during the year. Faculty sponsor, William P. Fraser. METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT OFFICERS • Clifton Watkins .... President • Melissa Kneece . . Vice President • Martha Jean Burgess . . Secretary • Bill Davis Treasurer • Vernon Sanders . Worship Chairman • Betty McKay . . . Parhamentarian MEMBERS Firs; Row — Glenn Anderson. Tracy Arnold, Don Barnes, Jim Black, Sue Bellew, ean Bentley, Jerry Warren Blakeman, Martha Jean Burgess, M. C. Cady. Second Row — Jo Chisbolm, Bill Davis, Ann Dillon, Edith Emmerick, Alton Hancock, Elizabeth Hamilton, Joye HoUey, Merrilee Hughes, Kenny Jacoxs. Third Row — Patricia Keene, Joann Kneece, Melissa Kneece, Donald Learner, Betty June Lee, Johnnie Marris, Betty McKay, Norma Netherland, Robert Ed Taylor. Fourth Row — William E. Nolan, Ora Ann Prescott, Nancy Pryor, Anne Reid, Vernon Sanders, Betty Thorns, Jean Thorns, Glen Ward- low, Clifton Watkins, Bill Welch. Not Pictured — Wally Baker, Mary Bess Kneipp, Gloria Mills. One Hundred Thirty-one
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OFFICERS • Paul Rogers President • Albert Francis . . . Vice President • Alta Jean McConathy . Secretary • Barbara Black and Maude Jeter Thornton . . Publicity MEMBERS First Row — Shirley Akers, Barbara Black, Bonnie Black, Joann Crawlord, Walter Dobie, Jean Grantz. Second Row — Bob Heidleberg, Bob Lester, Clara Lou Lind- sey, Joyce Lunslord, Alta Jean McCona hy, Pam Martin. Third Rov — Ernest Mellor, Charles Randall, Paul Rogers, John Sands, William Sanford, Maude Jeter Thornton. Not Pictured— AJberf Francis, Arline Johnson. WESTMINSTER CLUB Westminster Club was orqanized for Pres- byterian students on the campus. Meetings are held every second Sunday night at a sorority lodge. Speakers attend these meet- ings and present religious topics of interest to the college students. A number of social functions are held throughout the year. Its aim is to promote a fellowship and deepen the spiritual life of Presbyterian students. Faculty sponsor is Dr. Edward M. Clark. One Hundred Thirty-three
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