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NEWMAN CLUB Newman Club is a chapter of the national organization for Catholic students in non- Catholic colleges and universities. It was organized in 1947 at Centenary. The purpose of this organization is to aid in the religious, social, and intellectual benefits of its mem- bers. Regular meetings were held in the music building. Mrs. Marshall is the faculty sponsor for this group. ' J OFFICERS • John Cox President • George Marshall . . Vice President • Larry Hendricks .... Treasurer Delores Jones Secretary MEMBERS First Row — Dario Aiango, Anita Bylander, John Cox, Mitchell Despot, Harriet FaTmer. Second Bow — Bill Fox, Larry Hendricks, Joann Jackson, Delores Jones, George Marshall. Third Row — Francis Randall, Richard Sanders, Anthony Wolt. Not Pictured — Gloria Obando, Anita Carmona. One Hundred Thirty-four
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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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ROTARY HALL COUNCIL Rotary Hall Council is the governing body of Rotary Hall. It is composed of the executive officers and a representative from each college class. The council meets on Monday nights to discuss any problems or business affairs that may arise. Its purpose is to promote good con- duct, transact business pertaining to residents, and to further interests of all residents. The enforcement of laws for its government so far as lies within its power is a major concern of the council. Two open houses are held each year and sponsored by the council. Mrs. W. S. Row is advisor for the group. OFFICERS • Jo Chisholm President • Jane Ming .... Vice President • Olga Miller Secretary • Vickie Horner Treasurer MEMBERS Lett to right — Vickie Horner, Treasuier: Mrs. Row, Hostess: Anne Reid, Representative; Jane Ming, Vice President, Olga Miller. Secretary: Jo Chisholm, President: Betty Youree. Representative: Vivian Goode, Representative: Mary Beth Kellum, Representative: Barbara Black, Repre- sentative. Not Pictured — Johnnie Morris, Corresponding Sec retary: Marci Wiggens, Reporter. One Hundred Thirty-five
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