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( --■ Jf ALPHA SIGMA CHI Harlie Bearden Derek Bosworth William Cooper John Dehn Peachy Gilmer Robert Griffin Robert Heidelberg MEMBERS Gary Honeycutt Maxine Hood Bill Kennard John Meriwether Frank Pearce Franklin Rembert Anne Reid Paul Rogers Harry Rounsaville Vernon Sanders Michael Schaffer Robert Welch OFFICERS President Robert Welsh Vice President Harlie Bearden Secretary Frank Rembert Treasurer Gary Honeycutt Alpha Sigma Chi, honorary chemistry fraternity, was founded on Centenaiy campus in 1931. Membership is limited to advanced chemistry students with a B average in chemistry and unanimous approval of members of the fraternity. Its purpose is to stimulate interest in the field of chemistry. John B. Entrikin has been faculty sponsor since 1931. Not Pictured: Glenn Hilburn, James Ross. One Hunched Eleven
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r •• . 1 . V IP M ALPHA SIGMA PI MEMBERS OFFICERS President Frank Agee Vice President Gil Engle Secretary-Treasurer Delores Threlkeld Frank Agee Walter Baker Harlie Bearden Johnette Berry Caroline Bewley Bonnie Black Jeanne Bonar Elmo Coleman Louis Coppage Loralee Craft Ann Dillon Walter Dobbie Barbara Easter Marjorie Eubank R. F. Gates Peachy Gilmer Joye Holley Gary Honeycutt Dorothy Jarriel Mitzi Lowe Rhoda Morehead Lael Ramey Franklin Rembert, Jr. Jo Ann Richardson Barbara Ann Rigby Gail Schuller Carolyn Sirman Carolyn Smith James D. Snell Delores Threlkeld Noel Tipton Thomas Wallis Janis Ware Sue Weaver ■Carolyn West Alpha Sigma Pi was established on Centenary campus in 1932. To be eligible for membership, a 2.5 grade- point ratio is necessary. The purpose of the organization is to encourage freshmen and sophomore students to continue commendable work throughout their college career. The sponsor is Dr. W. W. Pate. Members not pictured: Joseph Whitmore, Blanche Little, John Cahill Drew, Ellis Hoffpauir, Lannie Gene Walker, Frank Jones, Gilbert Engle, Virgil Lee Scott. One Hundred Ten
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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION OFFICERS President Martha Gregory Vice President Tommy Ragland Secretary Beverly Aldridge Treasurer John Bjorklund Beverly Aldridge John Bjorklund Tony Bridge Edna Mae Chumley William Cooper MEMBERS Carol Lee Covington Loralee Craft Hilda Dodson Iohn V. Lee Tommy Ragland Bill Robinson Wally Sanders Robert Strong Lamar Adkins Jerome Bushyhead Joe Mooty Vernon Sanders Wally Baker Stan Klepper Vincent Pace Bill Spangler Bob Wright Joe Wyatt The Baptist Student Union is an organization of Baptist students on the campus. It was first organized in 1920 and became South-wide in 1921. 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 Friday nights for boys and girls in the local missions. Their new room has been remodeled in mahogany red and two shades of green. The faculty sponsor is Miss Opal Pickett and the Pastor Advisor is Rev. C. R. Murphy. Members not pictured: Martha lane Gregory, Glenn Hilburn, Jo Schooler. One Hundred Twelve
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