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Published by Alpha Omicron Pi, 2015-09-17 17:20:29

1972 Fall - To Dragma

Vol. LIX, No. V

TO DRAGMA

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A l p h a O micron Pi

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AOII's 50th International Convention
Celebrating The Fraternity's 75th Anniversary

Is Scheduled June 17-22

at the Diplomat Resorts and Country Club

Hollywood-By-The-Sea, Fla.

1973 International
Convention Chairman

O n e of many picturesque views of +he fabulous Diplomat, scene of
A O I I ' s International Convention celebrating the 75th anniversary of
the fraternity's founding.

Seraldine Martindale King
(Mrs. Jack B. S)0)

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Alpha Omicron Pi

Fall, 1972 Vol. LIX, No. V

published since January 1905 by

ALPHA OMICRON PI Fraternity, Inc.

Founded at Barnard College, January 2, 1897

Alpha Omicron Pi Central Office CONTENTS
Suite 109, 3000 Meadows Parkway,
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205 75th Anniversary Convention Second Cover
telephone: 317-545-6553
Send all editorial material and correspon- Perry Award Winner 106
dence to the
Delta Chi Installation 108
EDITOR
Mrs. Robert C . Murphy The University of Delaware, A Bit Of Its History 110
4534 Shy's Hill Road,
Nashville, Tennessee 37215 D J F Scholarship Winners Ill
Send all changes of address, death no-
tices and T O D R A G M A subscriptions to Regional Meeting Reports 113

CENTRAL OFFICE Region V I I I 114
Alpha Omicron Pi Central Office
Suite 109, 3000 Meadows Parkway Region V 115
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
T O D R A G M A is published by Alpha Region V I I 116
Omicron Pi Fraternity with headquar-
ters at Suite 109, 3000 Meadows Park- Region 1 117
way, Indianapolis, Indiana 46205, Second
Class Postage paid at Indianapolis, In- Region I I I 118
diana, and at additional mailing offices.
T O D R A G M A is printed four times a Region V I 119
year in Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer
by Kable Printing Co., Mount Morris, Region I V 120
Illinois 61054. Deadline dates are June
15, Sept. 15, Dec. 15 and Feb. 15 for Fall, Dedication Of Sigma Iota Chapter's New House 121
Winter, Spring and Summer, respectively.
Subscription Price is $1.00 per copy, Lambda Phi's New Address, Louisiana Alumnae 122
$3.00 per year. Life Subscription, $25.00.
The Moment Of Decision 123

Taking The Store To The Customer 124

1972 Directory... 125

Rose Gilmore, Distinguished A O I I , Dies 136

On The Cover: And Away We So Into The Last Quarter of AOIPs First Century. Pam Johnson TA, a recent alumna, and Lynn Langstaff, current
president of Tau Delta Chapter, Birmingham Southern, catch all the exuberance of our fraternity's alumnae and collegiates, alike, as they^malce
preparation to celebrate AOM's 75th Anniversary. • They just might be pedaling off into the second century on their tandem bicycle.

To Dragma of A L P H A OMICRON P I — F A L L of 1972 105

1972 Recipient In recommending Cindy for the
of the Perry Award, Robert Moore,
Arkansas State Dean of Students,
STELLA GEORGE STERN PERRY AWARD said, "In my 20 years in this post,
is I never have seen a more involved
student than Miss Truxton.

"It became apparent in her under-
graduate days, that she had an in-
quiring mind, a willingness to take
responsibilities, an ability to in-
fluence her peer groups, a high level
of integrity, and a personality that
is refreshing and inspiring.

"At graduation, she will be hon-
ored as the female graduate who
made the greatest contribution to
her University.

"I have written many letters of
recommendation, but I know of no
student I would rather ask your con-
sideration than Cindy Truxton, who
is a charming and delightful person
and one you would be pleased to
honor."

Cindy's essay, "Opportunities In
A O I I , " provides a helpful insight
into her choice as 1972 Perry
Award winner.

Opportunities
In AOII

BY CINDY TRUXTON KELLY
(Sigma Omicron)

CYNTHIA TRUXTON Is life not full of opportunities
for learning love? Goethe once said,
(Mrs. Brian Kelly) "talent develops itself in solitude,
character in the stream of life." We
of Little Rock, Ark. are not to isolate ourselves; but
we are to be among men and
1971-72 President among things and among troubles
and difficulties. And through these
Of Sigma Omicron Chapter, opportunities, we will learn about
love and learn how to live our lives
Arkansas State University as examples to others. Soon after
pledging Alpha Omicron Pi, my
In recognition of her interpretation of our Fraternity's goals which has pledge educator gave us some realis-
served as an inspiration for each AOII to fully develop her abilities tic advice, the same advice Paul had
and talents. given Timothy in his letters. We
should be "an example of the be-
Cindy has left no opportunities offered by AOII and Arkansas State lievers in word, in conversation, in
University unattended. Through experiences presented by both, she has charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity."
discovered, developed and defined herself. And in the past three years A O I I
has afforded many opportunities to
Exemplifying the best a chapter president can be, she has directed a practice that advice. As president
year of bustling activity by delegating responsibilities and has recognized of my pledge class, I became aware
constant success. Her sisters not only admire her, they love her. of the importance of trying to lead
by directing and not by dictating,
Her list of activities are legion. In every aspect of college life, from and the importance of being fair and
being on the university tennis team, to moderating a local radio show, tolerant as well as being sensitive
to directing campus politics, she embodies the principles of AOII and to the desires and problems of my
applies the ritual in everyday life. pledge sisters and the members.
After initiation I began reading and
researching our A O I I files and all
of the material I could obtain, and

106 To Dragma of ALPHA OMICRON P I — F A L L of 1972

I began talking with many alumnae efforts and eyes on the eighth one. pride, loyalty, and respect for the
in the area and asking many ques- Accomplishment is truly a joy! fraternity will be felt by each of
tions in order to gain a better the members.
understanding of the basic ideas and In striving to permit maximum
their practical application, pre- growth and development of each Good intentions and good advice
cisely what our lifetime commitment member, we created a Program are not good unless carried out. So
was, and the history and workings Panel, which was responsible for I tried to take the advice of our
of our sorority. And so that I providing a program of interest to Founders concerning taking AOII's
wouldn't miss any of "life's oppor- members and pledges at least once ideals into the world among men
tunities for learning love," I became each month. Its function was also and among difficulties.
involved in campus affairs and com- to maintain a reasonable balance in
munity projects. Now that my col- all areas of interest to the Chapter I have listed some PR principles
legiate days in AOII are at an end, in extracurricular activities, and to (enclosed) for future Sigma Omi-
and realizing that there are many determine all available activities and cron presidents. Some of the ideas
more days of AOII in the future, help members decide which eighty may already be somewhat familiar,
I enjoy looking back over the things percent of those events they would but many times I do not think to use
I was involved in, the things I attend or support. After its first familiar ideas until I see them writ-
learned, and the many friends and year in existence, I am happy to ten down. Then they can be put in
sisters I have gained. report that the Program Panel was practice. I really feel that in apply-
quite instrumental in making mem- ing some of the principles, it has
As Panhellenic delegate I worked bers aware of the relationship be- been much easier to guide the Chap-
for the adoption of a non-deferred tween chapter and college life and ter toward wholesome, worthwhile
rush system, which was accepted AOII philosophy and ritual. One goals. And application of some of
last year and was quite successful other creation was the organiza- tiie principles has been instrumental
for all sororities last fall. And I as- tional charts for Sigma Omicron in maintaining harmony among in-
sisted Susan Doty Dudley (past (enclosed) which I developed last dividual members as well as between
Sigma Omicron president) with summer. In order that each member the entire chapter and University
plans for creation of a City Pan- knows precisely what her responsi- administrators and our alumnae.
hellenic for our area. It is now in bilities are and how she functions
operation; and the group is planning in relation to other officers of AOII, The initial question can certainly
"A Rap with Greeks," a Northeast I created six Developmental Depart- be answered that my college life
Arkansas Panhellenic rush party for ments. Each department is respon- has truly been filled with oppor-
high school seniors. Realizing that sible for various areas of sorority tunities for learning love. We have
health is important, I developed a and campus life. And the ideas and tried to make intelligent use of the
feasible intramural program for the plans formed under each depart- differing abilities of our members;
Chapter in cooperation with other ment are coordinated, thus allowing and I feel that we have a high de-
sororities on campus. AOII's stan- each officer to better utilize her gree of cohesiveness, but not to the
dards should be set high, and re- leadership and creative talents. The point of stifling individual freedom.
maining healthy should be at the top president is responsible for the atti- Communication of personal feelings
of the list, along with having fun tude and atmosphere of the Chap- and attitudes and ideas occurs in a
participating in sports and games. ter members and should be certain direct and open fashion because it
As treasurer I developed and that the departments function prop- is considered important to the work
maintained a workable budget for erly. Leader's Council is the admin- of the Chapter. I have attempted to
the Chapter. It is important for istrative body; and Program Panel provide for sharing of leadership
young people to learn to handle provides programs of interest responsibilities by Chapter members
money in a mature and proper (speakers, demonstrations, etc.) in so that all are concerned about con-
fashion. And I quickly learned the order that AOII can be beneficial tributing ideas, elaborating and
importance of delegating authority to the women of our chapter as they clarifying ideas of others, giving
when I served as chairman for Rose become mature, responsible, sensi- opinions, testing the feasibility of
Ball, Spring Banquet, Parent's Day, tive students of the college com- potential decisions, and in other
Founder's Day, and Rush. I was munity. My officers have enjoyed ways contributing to the effective-
really honored to receive the Most the charts; and I feel that the charts ness of AOII. But the most impor-
Outstanding Pledge award and the have served their purpose, because tant thing is that we not keep any
Sophomore Service award given by many officers have indicated that of these ideas or attitudes to our-
the Chapter. But at the end of my they now see more "importance" selves as individuals or as AOII's,
junior year, I was greatly honored in their offices. And they have said if it is true that "character is to be
to be elected president by our Chap- that they understand better now developed in the stream of life" and
ter members. And I realized that that if a few people in one area do not in isolation. We must take into
with that honor came a great deal not handle their responsibilities the world about us that deep feeling
of responsibility not only to our well, the development of the chap- of love and quietly practice it and
members but to the University and ter and members will not be as share it with others.
to the community. So, with the help well-rounded. We are definitely
of Leader's Council, I listed Sigma striving to provide an opportunity I am really honored to be nomi-
Omicron's strong points and her for the development of leadership nated for the special Perry Award.
weak points. And after considering ability, a sense of responsibility, and Stella was such an admirable young
them carefully I developed eight spe- mature thought and action reflective lady from what I have read and
cific goals and priorities for the year. of AOII in each individual as well heard from alumnae at Convention.
My entire chapter is very pleased as a workable scholastic program And hearing of her life makes me
to say that we have reached seven and an environment in which love, appreciate our ritual so much more.
of those goals and now have our She really lived what she believed
and set a marvelous example for
To Dragma of ALPHA OMICRON PI—FALL of 1972 every young woman to follow.

107

The AOII Rose Blooms In Another State

Delta Chi Chapter
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware

1

Charter Members of Delta C h i Chapter, University of Delaware are, left to right: Marie Maksimowicz, Virginia Hutting, Susan Frick, Janice
King, Mary Mack, Margaret Johnson, Genevieve Stong, Barbara Greenley, Robin Seidenstat, Janet Lipscombe (pledge), Mary Jean Wal-
nock, Margaret Snyder and Kathleen Aiken.

by MRS. E D W A R D G . L E D D E N , chael Wells, and Marjorie Records. Janet C . Lipscomb of Lionville, Pa.
JR., The following were initiated into Adviser for Delta Chi chapter is
Marilyn Zielke Sweeney (Mrs. J . A.,
(Delta) the new chapter as collegiate char- Jr. n ) ; pledge adviser, Mary Grove
Secretary, ter members: Kathleen G . Aiken, Stevens (Mrs. J . E . I I A ) ; and finan-
Wilmington Alumnae Chapter Newark, Dela., treasurer; Susan D. cial adviser, Dorothy Hull Reinhart
Frick, Elizabeth, N.J., president; (Mrs. W. L . EA).
Alpha Omicron Pi installed Delta Barbara J . Greenley, Scotch Plains,
Chi as its 98th collegiate chapter N.J., historian and intersorority The new chapter initiates were
May 6 at the University of Delaware council vice president; Virginia B. honored at a Rose Banquet held at
in Newark, Del. Hutting, Ocean City, N.J. record- the Newark, Delaware Country
ing secretary; Margaret E . Johnson, Club Saturday evening. The loca-
Initiation and installation cere- Wilmington, Dela., song chairman; tion was a beautiful setting for the
monies took place Saturday morn- Janice C . King, Wilmington, Dela., event which was further enhanced
ing, May 6, in Ewing Room, Uni- public relations officer; Mary H . by fine May weather and blossoming
versity of Delaware Student Center. Mack, Wilmington, Dela., corre- trees and shrubs. Toastmistress for
They were conducted by Eleanore sponding secretary; Marie A. Mak- the banquet was Alice Williamson
Dietrich MacCurdy (Mrs. Robert simowicz, Claymont, Dela., housing Bratton (Mrs. J . T . N O ) . Greetings
D. I A ) , International President, who chairman and intersorority council from other chapters were read by
came from Bridgewater, Mass. for representative; Robin N. Seidenstat, Marion Wrege May (Mrs. Wayne
the occasion. She was assisted by Wilmington, Dela., philanthropic 0 ) while Mrs. Harry Avis, coordi-
Joan MacCallum (Mrs. John D. officer; Margaret A. Snyder, West- nator of student activities, extended
K<£), Region I Vice President, from field, N.J., social chairman; Gene- greetings to Alpha Omicron Pi on
Pierrefonds, Quebec, Canada. vieve E . Stong, Newark, Dela., behalf of the University. In addition
standards officer; and Mary Jean to Mrs. MacCurdy and Mrs. Mac-
Collegiates from Sigma Tau Walnock, Newark, Dela., vice presi- Callum the following A O I I officers
Chapter, Washington College, Mary- dent. were among the speakers: Jo Stetler
land; Theta Kappa Chapter, West Sanders (Mrs. Donald EA) of Alex-
Chester State College, Pennsylvania; Initiation and installation were andria, Va., colony coordinator;
and Pi Delta Chapter, University of followed by luncheon at noon in the Robin Lee I , traveling secretary;
Maryland assisted in the ceremonies. Morgan-Vallandigham Room of the and Marilyn Sweeney, chapter ad-
Four Pi Delta collegiates who stayed Student Center. In the afternoon viser. Delta Chi chapter president,
for the weekend of activities were: there was a pledging ceremony for
Yvonne Blemly, Peggy Sears, Mi-
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108

Susan Frick, spoke very effectively at
for the actives.
National Officers and University representative are, left to right, Robin Lee I , Traveling
The weekend festivities concluded Secretary; Joan Avis, coordinator of student activities, University of Delaware; Eleanor Diet-
on Sunday afternoon with a recep- rich MacCurdy I A , International President; Joan MacCallum K<J\ Vice President, Region I,
tion at the university for the new and Jo Stetler Sanders E A , colony coordinator.
collegiates, their families, faculty,
and representatives of other sorori-
ties and fraternities. Receiving
guests were Miss Bessie B. Collins,
Dean of Women; Susan Frick; Bon-
nie Kinkade Boyd (Mrs. D. A. Z ) ,
president of Wilmington Alumnae
Chapter; Eleanore MacCurdy; Joan
MacCallum; and Marilyn Sweeney.

In addition to people already men-
tioned previously, many other A O I I
alumnae living in Delaware were of
great assistance. Most are members
of the Wilmington Alumnae Chap-
ter. Bonnie Boyd worked unstint-
ingly and did a tremendous job as
general installation chairman. She
was aided by the following com-
mittee chairmen: Carole Zielke
Walsh (Mrs. W. H . Q, E A ) , rituals;
Lilianne Smith Mclntyre (Mrs. J . J .
O), banquet; Dorothy Hull Rein-
hart (Mrs. W. L . E A ) , reservations;
Martha Turner Williams (Mrs. S.
L . <t>) and Jeanne Stevens Butz
(Mrs. G . W., I l l I I A ) , reception;
Marion Wrege May (Mrs. Wayne
0 ) , gifts; Marie Herlihy Ledden
(Mrs. E . G . Jr. A ) , publicity; Se-
lina Wunderlich Bing (Mrs. R. E .
EA) country club reservation; Mar-
jorie Flores Bunting (Mrs. W. W.
X ) , floral arrangements.

The following also assisted:

Carol Hendren Matthews (Mrs. D.

L . B X ) , Elizabeth Strong Miller

(Mrs. R. B. Brenda Vauehan

Petke (Mrs. K . W. P ) , Winifred Installation Committee chairmen and Delta C h i Chapter advisers, all members of Wilmington
A l u m n a e C h a p t e r , are, left to right: Marie Herlihy L e d d e n A , Marion W r e g e M a y <->, Dorothy
Krohn Poor (Mrs. B. J . # A ) , Gret- Hull Reinhart E A , Lilianne Smith Mclntyre 0 , J e a n n e Stevens Butz I I A , A l i c e Williamson
Bratton NO, Bonnie Kinkade Boyd Z, installation chairman; Martha Turned Williams *1\ Marilyn
chen Thompson Siegle (Mrs. J . C . Zielke Sweeney il and M a r y G r o v e Stevens I I A .

A P ) , Sally Cross Coleman (Mrs. J .

B. Jr. KO), Mildred Mooney Lusby

(Mrs. W. E . I I A ) from Severna

Park, Md., and Jean Leland Smith

(Mrs. C . S. ST) from Pennsville,

N.J.

Other alumnae who were able to
be present for some of the events
of the weekend were T . J . Evans
Cox (Mrs. J . J . , Jr. A T ) , Dorothy
McCool Thornton (Mrs. E . , Jr. ST),
Marjorie Little Kirchofer (Mrs. W.
A l l ) , Helen Weiss Goodman (Mrs.
J. M. * ) , and Lois Ann Roth L e -
clair (Mrs. R. R. K A ) from Silver
Spring, Md.

Although fraternities have been Pi Delta Collegiates who assisted with Delta C h i Installation, flanked by Eleanore Dietrich
on this campus for many years, only MacCurdy I A , International President, and Jo Stetler Sanders E A , colony coordinator, are
recently were women granted per- Maryland students Yvonne Blemly, Marjorie Records, Peggy Sears, and Michael Wells.
mission to establish sororities. Last
spring four national sororities were
installed at the University of Dela-
ware. In addition to Alpha Omicron
Pi, they are Alpha Chi Omega, A l -
pha Phi, and Alpha Sigma Alpha.

To Dragma of A L P H A O M I C R O N P I — F A L L of 1972 109

The University of Delaware

A Bit Of Its History

The University of Delaware's O l d C o l l e g e Building is 138 years old. Smith H a l l which houses class rooms and offices is a blending of the
new with the old.

The University of Delaware is a state-assisted, Old College, shown in one of the photographs,
land-grant university with more than 9,000 under- was erected in 1834.
graduate students. It was founded as an academy in
1743 and became a degree-granting institution in In 1913, the Women's College, affiliated with
1834. It has a large, well-planned campus with fine Delaware College, was established and opened in
architecture and attractive grounds. 1914.

Its founding fathers were Presbyterians. Twenty- In 1921 the two colleges were united as the Uni-
six years after the institution's founding, it was versity of Delaware.
chartered as Newark Academy. By an act of the
Delaware Legislature, Newark College was created Separate classes for men and women were held
Feb. 5, 1833. until September, 1944, when the two institutions
were completely merged into the present day uni-
versity structure.

110 Delta C h i Chapter Officers and Advisor: Marie Maksimowicz, Intersorority Council Repre-
sentative; Barbara Greenley, Historian and Intersorority Council Vice President; Virginia
Hutting, Recording S e c r e t a r y ; M a r y J e a n W a l n o c k , V i c e President; Marilyn Zielke Sweeney J2,
Chapter Adviser; Susan Frick, President; Mary Mack, Corresponding Secretary and Kathleen
Aiken, Treasurer.

To Dragma of A L P H A O M I C R O N P I — F A L L of 1972

Diamond Jubilee Foundation Announces
Scholarship Winners

K A R E N DAILY (Chi Lambda) University N A N C Y FLETCHER (Lambda Omega)
of Evansville, is working for a B.A. d e g r e e in Northwest Missouri State, has been chapter
secondary education. She has been president and scholarship chairman, head
vice president of her chapter and a member resident assistant and is planning to be
of the Intercollegiate Women's a speech correctionist.
Volleyball Team.

Sow

The Diamond Jubilee Founda- KATHERINE MOSS (Tau Delta) L E O N O R A P O W E L L (lota) University
tion, through the Committee on Birmingham-Southern C o l l e g e , is a pre-law of Illinois, is chapter historian, serves on
Scholarship, takes pleasure in an- student, rush chairman. She was vice the dormitory judicial board and plans
nouncing 1972 scholarship winners, president of the freshman class to teach the mentally handicapped
numbering 15 and including 10 and chairman of Encounter Symposiums. at the high school level.
D J F and three D J F Founders' Day
Scholarship recipients plus addi- LINDA KUTLEMA (Kappa Omicron) MARIAN MILLER (Sigma Omicron)
tional recipients of the Brotherhood- Southwestern at Memphis, is corresponding Arkansas State University, is working toward
Cole and Psi Chapter Scholarships. secretary of her chapter and works in a BSE in chemistry and then her Master's.
The Kinney Project at the She is treasurer of her chapter and
Each recipient has been im- Crippled Children's Hospital. staff and assistant editor of her school paper.
mensely involved with activities of
her collegiate chapter and impor- 111
tant campus activities and many,
while managing part time jobs. All
have maintained excellent grade
point averages.

The Diamond Jubilee Foundation
is a non-profit corporation, author-
ized by Council in 1959. Its Invest-
ment in Education Program was
established to aid qualified students
with the interest earned on funds
obtained by the sale of seals, dona-
tions as memorials and tributes and
contributions by individuals and
chapters.

Gifts to the Diamond Jubilee
Foundation are tax deductible.
Make checks payable to D I A -
MOND JUBILEE FOUNDATION
and mail to the treasurer, Mrs.
Justin Miller, 3913 N. Hoyne Ave-
nue, Chicago, 111. 60618.

To Dragma of A L P H A OMICRON P I — F A L L of 1972

SALLY HARRIS (Delta Omega) Murray J A N E W H I S H A R T (Theta Chi) Morningside M A R G A R E T G I A Q U I N T A (Phi Upsilon)
State University, plans to teach kindergarten. College, is a member of the faculty-teacher Purdue University, Kathleen Bremer Matson
She has been vice president of Panhellenie, education committee, Panhellenie Memorial Award recipient, is president of
on the M S U judicial board and treasurer treasurer and secretary, Agora officer, her chapter, a member of the Purdue Senate,
of Kappa Delta honorary. house scholarship chairman. Skull and C r e s c e n t honorary, and
tutors two nights each week.
DJF Founders' Day Scholarships
CHRISTINE ALEXANDER (Gamma lota)
Southern Illinois University, is on the Dean's
List, the Panhellenie rush committee,
and plans to teach Spanish while working
on her Master's.

DEBORAH HERNANS (Alpha Gamma)
Washington State University, was Spurs
president, outstanding pledge, Ruby Girl,
chapter president, and Panhellenie
first vice president.

Beta Gamma
Group Cited
By DJF Gift

KATHERINE W H I T E (Phi Beta) ELIZABETH W A L K E R (Omicron) Uni- With a generous check for
East Stroudsburg State, is active on the versity of Tennessee, is active on campus, $1,078.42 to the Diamond Jubilee
swim team, World Affairs C l u b , a member of Mortar Board, president Foundation, Barbara Millington,
is rituals chairman and active on the of her chapter, and plans to do secretary-treasurer of Beta Gamma
scholarship committee. She plans government work. Action Committee, announces that
to enter law school after graduation. the donation is made "in honor of
Psi Chapter all members of Beta Gamma Chap-
Brotherhood-Cole Scholarship ter who so generously donated their
Memorial Scholarship time and money to maintain the
A N N E L O W E L L (Alpha Pi) Florida State chapter at Michigan State Univer-
MARY PETTIGREW (Chi Delta) Uni- University, is graduating this year and sity."
versity of Colorado, also plans a law will be working on her Master's and
career. She is a member of Clearing House Doctorate. She has been on the Dean's List "As secretary-treasurer, I have
and is the new rush chairman for her eight times and has been recreation been custodian of this money for
chapter. chairman and rush chairman of her chapter. several years," writes Barbara to
Helen M. Haller, D J F vice presi-
112 dent and chairman of the D J F schol-
arship committee, "and after con-
sultation with various members of
the action committee in the area,
it was agreed that I should decide
what to do with the money. I have
decided on the Diamond Jubilee
Foundation as the best way to put
our money to use."

As D J F scholarships are made
possible by donations such as this
by alumnae and other individuals,
quite naturally the D J F Trustees are
rejoicing over this exciting news.

To Dragma of ALPHA OMICRON P I — F A L L of 1972

TO DRAGMA
spotlights

7 regional meetings
for

leadership training,
fraternity education

May-June, 1972

Region I
University of Maryland

Region I I I
University of Alabama

Region I V
University of Illinois

Region V
Iowa State University

Region V I
University of Washington

Region V I I
Louisiana State Univer-
sity

Region V I I I
Bahia Motel, San Diego

To Dragma of A L P H A O M I C R O N P I — F A L L of 1972

Region VIII Kicks Off Regional Meets .-
May 5 With San Diego Session
r
mm
Martha Hilands A P , secretary, Board of Di-
4>i rectors; Norma Longmire K P , president,
Riverside Alumnae; and Sandy Marltel, presi-
dent, San Jose Alumnae, at fabulous luau at
Catamaran Hotel.

International Public Relations Chairman, Jayne Thiele Lindholm T, Region VIII Extension
Officer, Lucille Spencer Z, New Regional Director, Marilyn Herman, International Treasurer,
Norma Marshall Aclcel K 0 , and Traveling Secretary Sue Edmunds T A , at the Rose Banquet.

roundtable discussions, we quickly v
changed into Hawaiian garb for the
luau. We rode the paddle wheel Pat Lipscomb K 8 , Regional Finance Officer;
boat "The Bahia Belle" across Margot Butler and Penne Farrell N A , South-
beautiful Mission Bay to the Cata- ern Orange Alumnae; Olga Seibert Vat-
maran Hotel, where we were greet- cher A , D J F Board, and Norma Aclcel dine
ed with low tables, pillows in- Hawaiian style.
stead of chairs, Hawaiian decor,
and a fabulous buffet dinner. The Candlelight, red roses, sheafs
festive mood was enhanced by an of wheat, and a fabulous view of
San Diego at night all contributed
L excellent local girls' singing group, to the atmosphere of the Rose
directed by John Gilliland, husband Banquet.
> of a local A O I I , who began their
program appropriately with "Every- R V P Nancy Belk awarded a sil-
thing's Coming Up Roses." The ver bud vase to the most improved
local Arthritis Foundation director collegiate chapter, Sigma; a check
and his wife were our guests at the to the most improved alumnae
affair. chapter, Southern Orange County,
California Chapter; the collegiate
Region VIM's V i c e President N a n c y Belle T A , The biggest surprise of the eve- member exhibiting outstanding lead-
presents the award for the most improved ning was missing the boat for the ership qualities, Candy Scott, Upsi-
chapter to Sigma's president, Chris Hamil- return trip by five minutes and hav- lon Alpha; and the non-regional
ton. ing to wait almost an hour for it to officer with exceptional service to
return. However, this failed to the fraternity, Sharon Campbell
by M A R I A N N E C A R T O N dampen our spirits. The collegiates (Mrs. D. H . ) , Tucson Alumnae.
(Upsilon) met for a few minutes, and then en-
joyed some hearty A O I I singing. The San Diego Alumnae were
Regional Meeting Chairman given special thanks for planning
After a good night's rest, we the regional meeting and a silver
Delegates arrived in San Diego were treated to delicious coffee bell for their famous dinner meet-
Friday afternoon, May 5. After reg- cakes made by the San Diego Alum- ings. Edith Lockard Q, chairman,
istering we unpacked, relaxed, and nae. Delegates participated in the Constitution Interpretations and Re-
became acquainted with one an- case study workshops, which were visions Committee, was presented
other over soft drinks provided in well received by all. with the Denver Panhellenic
hospitality kits. Business was opened "Woman of the Year" award that
by our charming and witty R V P , The theme of the luncheon on she was to have received earlier in
Nancy Belk Y A , who set the mood Saturday was "Let Your Light So the day had she been in Denver.
for the theme "Put Yourself in the Shine." We were all encouraged to We were again entertained royally
A O I I Picture." take a better look at ourselves, then with marvelous music by another of
to project our true selves, to others John Gilliland's groups, the Madri-
Following the valuable "Let's in a most inspiring talk by Mrs. Ar- gals.
Talk Rush" presentations and dys Heise, local community leader.

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ALPHA OMICRON PI Directory

Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity Send ALL Directory Changes and Keep This Directory
Founded At Barnard College Personal Address Changes t o : The Directory Will Not
Alpha Omicron Pi
January 2, 1897 Central Office be Printed next issue
Suite No. 109,
FOUNDERS 3000 Meadows Parkway Miss Laura A . H u r d ( T ) 101 Olympic Place,
Jessie Wallace Hughan Indianapolis, Indiana 46205 A p t . 409, Seattle, W A 98119
Helen St. Clair Mullan ( M r s . George V . ) Mrs. W i l m a Smith Leland ( T ) 4330 Minne-
Stella George Stern Perry (Mrs. George H . ) tonka Blvd., A p t . 310 A , Minneapolis, M N
Elizabeth Heywood Wyman 55416
The Founders were members of Alpha Chapter Mrs. Robert F. Lindrooth (Mary Paschen P )
at Barnard College of Columbia University and 1241 B u r r Oak Lane, Barrington, I L 60010
all are deceased. Mrs. Walter C. Mylander, Jr. (Virginia Bog-
Miss Jean Graham Whorley (NO) gess K ) Stevensville, M D 21666
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (Loan Committee) Ex-officio members
President 2010 Overhill Drive, Nashville, T N 37215 Mrs. Robert D . MacCurdy, (International Presi-
Mrs. Robert D . MacCurdy (Eleanore Dietrich IA) Telephone: 615-292-3164 dent)
100 N o r l e n Park, Bridgewater, M A 02324 M r s . Brian P. Kelly ( C y n t h i a T r u x t o n 10) 112
Telephone: 617-697-7855 Ex-officio Members Crippen Ave., San A n t o n i o , T X 78235
Administrative Vice President Mrs. Robert D . MacCurdy, International Presi-
Mrs. George B. Callaway (Janirae Linebaugh O) RUSH
2400 Craghead Lane, Knoxville, T N 37920 dent
Telephone: 615-573-7558 Mrs. August Ackel, International Treasurer
Executive Vice President
Mrs. Wilbur R. Mottweiler, Jr. (Patricia Jacobs Chairman—Mrs. Richard C . C r a w f o r d , Jr. (Peg
Kramer I ) 9113 Massasoit, Oak L a w n , I L
504 South Owen, Mount Prospect, I L 60056 CENTRAL OFFICE 60453
Telephone: 312-295-2288
Extension Vice President Alpha Omicron Pi Central Office SCHOLARSHIP
Mrs. Frederick W. Hinton (Adele K. P) 3000 Meadows Pkwy., Suite 109, Chairman—Mrs. J. Bruce Holland (Marcia
N o . 51 Versailles A p t . , 3000 Hillsboro R d . Indianapolis, I N 46205 Jacobson T ) 16216—133rd PI. S.E., Renton,
Nashville, T N 37215 Tele: 317-545-6553 W A 98055
Telephone: 615-297-8022
Secretary Executive Director—Mrs. Marie E. Hughes (B#)
Miss Bobbye L . McCarter (NO) Financial Secretary—Mrs. Forrest Smith (Nell
Box 2073, Stephens College Post Office, Colum-
B4>) SPECIAL COMMITTEES
bia. M O 65201 AWARDS
Telephone: 314-449-5811 Traveling Consultants
Treasurer Miss Ginger Banks (IIK) Mrs. R. Keith Gilchrist (Ann Griffin McClan-
Mrs. August Ackel (Norma Marshall KG) Miss Margaret Hook (NB) ahan 6 ) 5613 Skyridge Rd., Indianapolis, I N
12218 Sarazen Place, Granada Hills, C A 91344 Miss Candace Kirkwood ( K K ) 46250
Telephone: 213-363-0271 Miss Deborah Stanley ( I I K )
NPC Delegate COLLEGIATE LIAISON
Mrs. Willard D. Berry (Norma Nierstheimer P ) TO DRAGMA Miss Cynthia Ann Bail (Region I )
3030 West Laurelhurst Drive, N . E . , Seattle, W A
Editor—Mrs. Robert C. M u r p h y ( M i l l i e M i l a m Box 49, Morris Harvey College, Charleston,
98105 NO) W V 25404
Telephone: 206-523-9763 4534 Shy's H i l l Rd., Nashville, T N 37215 Miss Mary Kathleen Tyre (Region I I I )
Telephone: 615-269-6563 33 Gilmer St., Atlanta, G A 30032
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Miss Marcia Raeber (Region I V )
Chairman PARLIAMENTARIAN 2901 E. Mulberry, Evansville, I N 47714
Mrs. T. K. Farrington (Dorothy Bogen A) Mrs. John D. Ennis (Florence Dodge KA) Miss Jane Fisher, AOII House. 1541 " S " St.,
1615 D r y Creek R o a d , San Jose, C A 95125 Lincoln N B 68508 (Region V )
Telephone: 408-269-5809 200 Gardendale, Terre Haute, I N 47803 Miss Ann Becker (Region V I )
Box 431, Carnelian Bay, C A 95711 1680 Alder St., Eugene, O R 97401
Telephone: 916-583-3069 (June-October) STANDING COMMITTEES R. Miss Claudia Hanbury (Region V I I )
Box 16990-A L S U , University Sta., Baton
Members CONSTITUTION INTERPRETATION Rouge, L A 70803
M r s . Wesley G . Cramer (Jessie M a r i e Senor 4>) A N D REVISION Miss Julie Beall (Region V I I I )
17417 Halstead St., Northridge, C A 91324
(Treasurer, Loan Committee Chairman) Chairman—Mrs. Robert L . L o c k a r d ( E d i t h
8830 Delmar, Prairie Village, K S 66207 Cope S2) DIAMOND JUBILEE FOUNDATION
Telephone: 913-648-5335 3128 South Y o r k , Englewood, C O 80110
M r s . J. Rodney H a r r i s ( C a r o l y n Huey AZ)
( C O . Adviser) Members—Mrs. Arthur Anderson (Edith Hunt- (Contributions Arc Tax Deductible)
2965 Pharr C o u r t South, N W , A t l a n t a , G A ington B4>)
836 So. Henderson St., A p t . 1, Bloomington, President—Mrs. Verne W. McKinney (Muriel
30305 IN-47401
Telephone: 404-237-1487 Turner A) 528 N o r t h Formosa Ave., L o s
Miss Martha Hilands (AP) Mrs. William Huitt (Marsha Anderson FA)
(Secretary) Angeles, C A 90036
547 N o . Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, C A 90049 3461 220 S.W. 2nd Ave., Gainesville, F L 32601
Telephone: 213-472-8733 Vice President; Scholarship Committee—Miss
Mrs. Charles J. Kallevang (Fern Robinson H ) CONVENTION
(Vice Chairman and Loan Committee) Helen M . Haller (£2 ) 904 Kendall A v e . , So.
147 South L i n c o l n A v e . , Park Ridge, I L 60068 Chairman—Mrs. Jack K i n g (Geraldine M a r t i n -
Telephone: 312-823-7477 Pasadena, C A 91030
Mrs. Robert F. Lindrooth (Mary Paschen P) dale SiO)
(Investment Program) Secretary; Scholarship Committee—Mrs. Mar-
1241 Burr Oak Lane, Barrington, I L 60010 9029 Maple Grove D r . , St. Louis, M O 63126
Telephone: 312-381-6222 shall J. Vatcher (Olga Seibert A ) 12038
Miss Dorothy Matchett (AT) FRATERNITY EDUCATION A N D
(Expediter of New Projects) Rivas Ave., Downey, C A 90242
10000 South Bell Ave., Chicago, I L 60643 PLEDGE TRAINING
Telephone: 312-238-3923 Treasurer—Mrs. Justin Miller (Margaret Wolf
Mrs. George C. Miller (Verginia Long I ) Chairman—Miss Karen G a m m 4>A
(Corporation Adviser) P ) 3913 N . Hoyne A v e . , Chicago, I L 60618
5776 N . E . Circle Ave., Chicago, I L 60631 7924 N . L i n k P l „ Milwaukee, W I 53223
Telephone: 312-631-6864 Blouse Protect Chairman—Mrs. Wilma Smith
Mrs. George K . Roller (Mary Louise Filer A l l ) HISTORIAN
(Housing Adviser) Leland ( T ) 4330 Minnetonka Blvd., A p t . 310
Temporary: 516 Georgetown R d . , Lake H o w -
Chairman—Mrs. W a r r e n C. D r u m m o n d ( M a r y A , Minneapolis, M N 55416
ell Arms
Casselberry, F L 32707 Danielson A<t>) Corresponding Secretary — M r s . G r a f t o n L i n n
Telephone: 305-834-7422
Permanent: P.O. Box 2317, Sanford, F L 32771 610 Hinman Ave., Evanston, I L 60202 ( D o r o t h y W o o d b u r y KO) 1720 Bates Ct.,
NOMINATIONS Thousand Oaks, C A 91360
Publicity Chairman—Mrs. John T . Butler ( M a r -
Chairman—Mrs. Stephen C . Clouse, Jr. ( M a r i o n guerite Gist X) 1935 H i g h l a n d D r . , N e w p o r t
Grassmuck X )

170 L a r c h m o n t A v e . , Larchmont, N Y 10538 Beach, C A 92660
PHILANTHROPIC
Scholarship Committee Chairman—Mrs. V e r n o n
Chairman —Mrs. D a v i d Penning (Patricia Bat-
chelor 0 ) G. Rose (Jane Durham I ) Guadalupe Near

1021 Deer Path Rd., Blue Bell, P A 19422 Ocean Ave., P.O. Box 176, Carmel, C A 93921

PUBLIC RELATIONS Scholarship Committee—Mrs. Rudyard K . Stick-

Chairman—Mrs. Frederick Lindholm (Jayne ney (Lillian Herman Oil) P.O. Box 591, Yucca

Thiele T ) Valley, C A 92284

2304 Oakcrest Drive, Riverside, C A 92506 Seals Project Chairman—Mrs. J. Maurice Jones
Sound and Light Show—Miss L a u r a Perry (Marilyn Judd A + ) P.O. Box 578, Bozeman,
M T 59715
( A S ) 209 Shawnee Rd., A r d m o r e , P A 19003
Tape Recordings Chairman—Mrs. Carl B . John-
REGIONAL MEETINGS ston (Helene Irish E ) 1600 R o y a l B l v d . ,
Glendale, C A 91207
Chairman—Mrs. Lawrence F r e r k (Peg M a l e c k i

I ) 1523 N . Douglas A v e . , A r l i n g t o n Hgts., I L RUBY FUND
60004
RITUALS A N D TRADITIONS (Contributions Are Tax Deductible)
Chairman—Mrs. George P. Dean (Dorothy
AND JEWELRY Bruniga P ) 2219 Country Club Drive, M o n t -
Chairman—Mrs. Walter M . McCain (Nancy
Moyer P ) 38775 Byriver D r . , M t . Clemens, gomery, A L 36106
Members—Miss Melita Skillen ( E ) St. M a r t i n s
M I 48043
Members—Mrs. Warren C. Drummond (Mary By-The-Sea. New Brunswick, Canada
Danielson A $ ) 610 H i n m a n Ave., Evanston, M r s . George E . V i t o u x (Beth Fowler I ) 610 S.
I L 60202
Evergreen, A r l i n g t o n Heights, I L 60005

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REGION I

Vice-President—Mrs. John D. MacCallum (Joan K $ )
13195 Edison Crescent, Pierrefonds 920, Quebec, Canada

Tele: 514-626-1247

Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New
York, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Pennsylvania, Quebec, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia

Extension Officer—Mrs. Ross F . Neale (Anita K « P ) , 391 Brookhaven Ave., Dorval 780, Quebec, Canada, Tele:
514-631-9796

Finance Officer—Mrs. Kenneth Christian (Helen N ) , 1040 Forest Ave., Staten Island, N Y 10310. Tele:
212-442-5289

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Beta Tau Mrs. John R. Wrigley (Karen BT)
Miss Vanessa Valek, 24 Madison Avenue, Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard
Toronto, Ontario, UNIVERSITY OF TO- 44 Charles St., West Apt., 2401, Place, Fairlawn, N J 07410 Tele: 201-
R O N T O , Tele: 416-922-3646 T o r o n t o 5, Ontario, Canada 796-5664
Miss Natalie R o b a r ( X I I ) , 155
Chi Pi Miss Joyce Crisafulli, Northeastern Uni- Williams St.. A p t . 16, Jamaica Mrs. H a r o l d E . Klotz (Lois X ) , 506
versity, c/o Student Activities, 360 H u n t - Plain, M A 02130 Shannon Lane, State College, P A 16801
ington Ave., Boston, M A 02115, N O R T H - Mrs. John A . Sweeney, Jr. (Marilyn Tele: 814-238-1274
EASTERN UNIVERSITY, Tele: 0 ) , 105 D r u m m o n d D r . , W i l m i n g -
ton, D E 19808
Delta C M Miss Susan Frick, Panhellenic House, 35 Mrs. H a r o l d E. K l o t z (Lois X ) , 506 Miss Elaine Holden ( S T ) , Box 102,
W. Delaware Ave., Newark. D E 19711, Shannon Lane, State College, P A Betterton, M D 21610 Tele: 301-348-5824
UNIVERSITY OF D E L A W A R E , Tele: 16801
302-738-1243 Mrs. Geoffrey I . Rice ( H a r r i e t T)
57 B College Ave-, Orono, Maine
Epsilon Alpha Miss Cheli L e N o i r , 15 Ritner H a l l , U n i v e r - 04473 Mrs. Gavin C. Barr (Susan A O ) , R.D.
Gamma sity Park, P A 16802, P E N N S Y L V A N I A D r . Joan R. Yanuzzi ( T B ) , 150 N o . 5, Whiteacre D r . N . , Bethlehem,
Gamma Beta S T A T E , Tele: 814-865-6432 Dolores Circle, Indiana, P A 15701 P A 18018 Tele: 215-865-4277

Miss Donna Lea Burton, Penobscot Hall, Mrs. S. B . L y m a n (Margie K4>), Mrs. Raymon Eldridge (Millie A ) , 27
Univ. of Maine, Orono, M E 04473, U N I - 4650 Roslyn Ave., Montreal, Que- Mountfort Road, Newton Highlands,
VERSITY of M A I N E , Tele: bec, Canada M A 02161 Tele: 617-232-4964

Miss Kathleen M c M i l l e n . 321 W a h r H a l l , Mrs. James S. L i n d (Nettie * B ) , Mrs. H a r o l d E. K l o t z (Lois X ) , 506
I.U.P. Indiana. PA 15701, I N D I A N A 420 Fremont Ave., Stroudsburg, Shannon Lane, State College, P A 16801
U N . O F P E N N S Y L V A N I A , Tele: 412- P A 18360 Tele: 814-238-1274
357-3172
Mrs. James Bohnert (Sue * K ) , 305 Mrs. Gavin C. Barr (Susan A O ) , R D
Kappa Phi Miss Andrea Krish ( A c t i n g ) , 3570 U n i - 22nd St., S.E., Charleston, W V N o . 5, Whiteacre D r . N . , Bethlehem,
Phi Beta versity Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 25304 P A 18018 Tele: 215-865-4277
M c G I L L UNIVERSITY, Tele:
Miss Patricia Voneiff ( I I A ) , 700 7th Mrs. Raymon Eldridge (Millie ( A ) , 27
Miss Georgine Fidmik, ESSC, East Strouds- St-, A p t . 315, Washington, D C Mountfort Road, Newton Highlands,
burg, PA 18301, E A S T STROUDS- 20024 M A 02161 Tele: 617-232-4964
B U R G S T A T E C O L L E G E , Tele: 717-
421-4080 Mrs. Fred G. Hickein (Eleanor E X ) , Miss Elaine Holden ( S T ) , Box 102,
80 H m St., Oneonta, N Y 13820 Betterton, M D 21610 Tele: 301-348-5824
Phi Kappa Miss Linda Shade, Box 49, Morris Harvey
Pi Delta College, Charleston, W V 25304, M O R R I S Mrs. Joseph C. Marks (Ramona Mrs. Gavin C. Barr (Susan A O ) , R.D.
Sigma Chi H A R V E Y C O L L E G E , Tele: 304-346-6241 S P ) , R. D . 4, B o x 16, Slippery No. 5, Whiteacre Dr., N . , Bethlehem,
Sigma Rho Rock, P A 16057 P A 18018 Tele: 215-8654277
Sigma Tau Miss Marysusan Wanich, 4517 College Ave.,
College Park, M D 20740, U N I V E R S I T Y Mrs. Kenneth S. Stein (Patricia Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard
O F M A R Y L A N D , Tele. 301-927-9871 ST) 118 W a t e r Street, Chester- Place, Fairlawn, N J 07410, Tele: 201-
town, M D 21620 796-5664
Miss Sandy Sassaman, 17 Maple St., One-
onta, N Y 13820, H A R T W I C K C O L L E G E , Miss Renie Pugh, P.O. Box 4, Ash- Mrs. H a r o l d E. K l o t z (Lois X ) , 506
Tele: 607-432-4271 f o r d Lane, Westtown, P A 19395 Shannon Lane, State College, P A 16801
Tele: 814-238-1274
Miss N a n c y C o w a r d , 143 Towers H a l l . Slip- Mrs. Warren Schueler (Linda © I I ) ,
pery Rock, P A 16057, S L I P P E R Y R O C K 14 Bermen W a y , M i d d t e t o w n , N J Mrs. Raymon Eldridge (Millie ( A ) , 27
S T A T E C O L L E G E , Tele: 412-794-9918 07748 Mountfort Road, Newton Highlands
M A 02161 Tele: 617-232-4964
Miss Diane Lynn Morawski, A O I I Box, Meetings
Washington College, Chestertown, M D Monthly—2nd Tuesday Miss Elaine Holden ( S T ) , Box 102,
21620, W A S H I N G T O N C O L L E G E , Tele: Betterton, M D 21610 Tele: 301-348-5824
301-778-9892 Monthly—2nd Monday

Theta Kappa Miss M a r j o r i e Keyser, 628 S. W a l n u t St., Monthly, 3rd Monday
West Chester, P A 19380, W E S T C H E S -
T E R S T A T E C O L L E G E , Tele: 215-696- Monthly—3rd Wednesday
9471
Monthly
Theta Pi Miss Jacquelyn Roy, A O I I , Wagner College, Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard
Grymes Hill, Staten Island, N Y 10301, Place, Fairlawn, N J 07410, Tele: 201-
W A G N E R C O L L E G E , Tele. 212447-9005 796-5664

Alumnae Chapter President Regional Director

Albany Mrs. George R. Allen (Priscilla A T ) , 5 Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard
Mountainview Terrace, Ballston Lake, Place, Fairlawn, N J 07410, Tele: 201
N Y 12019, Tele: 518-877-5031 796-5664

Baltimore M r s . B . G a r y D a n d o ( M a r i l y n 114), 108 Mrs. Raymon Eldridge (Millie (A), 27
Rockrimmon Rd.. Reisterstown, M D Mountfort Road, Newton Highlands
21136, Tele: 301-833-7453 M A 02161 Tele: 617-232-4964

Boston (Address for Mail—Treas.) Mrs. H a r o l d E . K l o t z ( L o i s X ) , 506
Mrs. Herbert L a m a r ( M a r g i e X A ) , 16 D a r t - Shannon Lane, State College, P A 16801
mouth St., Winchester, M A 01890, Tele: Tele: 814-238-1274

Camden, NJ Mrs. Robert L . MacLean (Gail E A ) , 418 Miss Elaine Holden ( S T ) , Box 102,
Edgemoor Drive, Moorestown, N J 08057, Betterton, M D 21610 Tele: 301-348-5824
Tele: 609-235-1869

Charleston, W V Mrs. Brian Koenig (June * K ) , Terrace Miss Elaine Holden ( S T ) , Box 102,
Park East—Apt. B 628, 2106 Kanawha Betterton, M D 21610 Tele: 301-348-5824
Blvd. E.. Charleston, W V 25311, Tele:
304-949-3877

Greater Allentown/ Mrs. Edwin Yaeger, Jr. (Barbara E A ) , 2552 Mrs. Raymon Eldridge (Millie ( A ) , 27
Bethlehem South St., Allentown, P A 18104, Tele: Mountfort Road, Newton Highlands
215-435-7005 M A 02161 Tele: 617-232-4964

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Region I (Continued)

Greater Harrisburg M r s . Mason W . Denison ( D o r o t h y E A ) , 125 3rd Thursday M r s . H a r o l d E. K l o t z ( L o i s X ) , 506
N o . 28th St., Camp H i l l , P A 17011, Tele: Shannon Lane, State College, P A 16801
717-737-9771 Tele: 814-238-1274

Long Island Mrs. Henry Marquez (Barbara 011), 9902 Monthly—4th Wednesday Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard
Middle New Jersey T h i r d Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y 11209, Tele: Place, Fairlawn, NJ 07410 Tele: 201-
Montreal 212-TE6-0118 796-5664

M r s . Donald G . H i a t t (Sarah K A ) , 1395 Miss Elaine Holden ( I T ) , Box 102,
Chapel H i l l , Mountainside, N J 07092, Betterton, M D 21610 Tele: 301-348-5824
Tele: 201-232-6437
Mrs. Gavin C. Barr (Susan AO), R D.
Miss Sheila Sheldon (K4>), 480 Grosvenor N o . 5, Whiteacre D r . . N . . Bethlehem,
Ave.. Montreal 217, Quebec, Canada, P A 18018 Tele: 215-865-4277
Tele: 514-932-3630
Miss Elaine Holden ( S T ) , Box 102,
Northern New Jersey Mrs. Richard L . Lynch (Florence X A ) , Monthly—4th Tuesday Betterton. M D 21610 Tele: 301-348-5824
M t . Kemble Lake, Morristown, New Jer-
sey 07960, Tele: 201-766-2316 M r s . H a r o l d E. K l o t z (Lois X ) , 506
Shannon Lane, State College, P A 16801
Northern Virginia Mrs. Mark W . Baker. I l l (Bunny A T ) , Monthly—4th Thursday Tele: 814-238-1274
1019 Swinks M i l l Road, M c L e a n , V A
22101, Tele: 703-356-5214 Mrs. Gavin C. Barr (Susan A O ) , R.D.
N o . 5, Whiteacre D r . , N . . Bethlehem.
Ottawa Mrs. Louise Joan Archer (K<I>), 29 N o r t h - Sept., Oct., Nov., Feb., Mar., Apr., P A 18018 Tele: 215-8554277
park Dr., Ottawa, Ont., Canada, KI-3R7, May, June
Philadelphia Tele: 613-824-5234 M i « Elaine Holden ( S T ) , Box 102,
Southern 3rd Wednesday & 1st Saturday Betterton, M D 21610 Tele: 301-348-5824
Connecticut M r s . Joan K . Simonin ( + ) , 600 Park Lane, 4th Friday
Wyncote, P A 19095, Tele: 215-Tu-4-6961 Mrs. Raymon Eldridge (Millie ( A ) , 27
Mountfort Road, Newton Highlands
M r s . H . L . Pond (Selma B + ) . 102 Sound- M A 02161 Tele: 617-232-4964
view Dr.. Stamford. C T 06902. Tele: 203-
3274382 Mrs. Gavin C. Barr (Susan A O ) , R . D .
N o . 5, Whiteacre D r . , N . . Bethlehem,
Stale College, P A Mrs. James W . Lundy (Jean E A ) , 435 W . 3rd Monday PA 18018 Tele: 215-8654277
Syracuse Fairmount Ave.. State College, P A 16801, Monthly
Tele: 814-238-0245 Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) . 5 Ballard
Place. Fairlawn, N J 07410 Tele: 201-
Miss Lorraine Chanatry ( X ) , 115 F i f t h St., 796-5664
Liverpool. N Y 13088, Tele: 315-457-8845
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard
Toronto M r s . John A . M u l l i n s (Rhonda B T ) , 503 5 times a year Place, Fairlawn, N J 07410 Tele: 201-
M e r t o n St., Toronto 7, Ontario, Tele: 796-5664

Washington, DC M r s . Lester H . Gilbert (Helen X ) , 5909 Monthly Mrs. Gavin C. Barr (Susan AO), R.D.
Wilmington, D E Namakagan R d „ Washington, D C 20016, 2nd Monday—but not monthly N o . 5, Whiteacre D r . , N . . Bethlehem,
Tele: 310-229-1816 PA 18018 Tele: 215-8654277

M r s . D o n A . Boyd (Bonnie Z ) . 2008 K y n - Miss Elaine Holden ( S T ) , Box 102,
wyd Rd.. Wilmington, D E 19810, Tele: Betterton, M D 21610 Tele: 301-348-5824
302-475-3719

R E G I O N II

Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin

Due to the fact that Region IPs meeting was not scheduled until Aug. 18-20, the results of their elections were not
known by the time T O D R A G M A went to press. These results, including the new Regional Directors for this area's
collegiate and alumnae chapters will be sent out in a separate mailing, and may be inserted in your directory.

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Miss Rachel M . Pederson, Student Union.
Beta Epsilon Mrs. Charles Carr (Betty B E ) ,
Bemidji State College, Bemidji, M N Route 6, Box 236, Bemidji, M N
56601, B E M I D J I STATE C O L L E G E , 56601
Tele:
Beta Pi Miss K a t h y Deschryver, 326 Jarvis, A p t . Mrs. Kenneth Paulin (Mary Ann
210, Ypsilanti, M I 48197. E A S T E R N K P ) , 2166 Y o r k t o w n . A n n A r b o r ,
M I C H I G A N U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 313- M l 48104
483-8183
Iota Tan Miss Eleanor W c n d t , 1818 Sixth St., M e - Mrs. Stennett B. Pierce (Jan I T ) ,
Kappa Pi nomonie. W l 54751. U N I V . OF W1SC 214-13th St., Menomonie, W l
Lambda Phi at S T O U T , Tele: 715-235-7032 54751
Omega Miss Vande A n n Kagy, Box 104, Clark H a l l ,
Omicron Pi Ada. O H 45810, O H I O N O R T H E R N Mrs. Ronald Knoble (Lynne KII),
Phi Delta U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 419-634-8586 1612 Shawnee R d . , A p t . 307,
Miss Colleen McQuade. 426 W . N o r t h St., Lima, O H 45805
Whitewater. W l 53190, U N I V . of W I S C
at W H I T E W A T E R , Tele: 414-473-3479 Mrs. Jay W i n n (Margaret H ) , 312
Miss Sharon Lowry, Hamilton Hall, Miami S. W o o d l a n d D r . , Whitewater, W l
University, Oxford. O H 45056, M I A M I 53190
U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 513-529-3684
Miss Cynthia M . Gehrls, 800 O x f o r d R d . , M r s . John Hendry ( L o r r a i n e S3),
A n n Arbor, M I 48104, U N I V E R S I T Y 30 Panda Lane, Oxford, O H 45056
O F M I C H I G A N , Tele: 313-769-1130
Miss Sharon Fliess. U n i o n Box N o . 6, Mrs. Lawrence Bassett (Margaret
University of Wise, Milwaukee, W l O i l ) , 609 Cloverdale, A n n A r b o r ,
53201, U N I V E R S I T Y O F W l at M I L - M I 48105
W A U K E E , Tele: 414-352-5008
Mrs. Lee R. Kottke (Alyson SS),
4652 N . 18th St., Milwaukee, W l
53209

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Phi Lambda Miss Patricia Colamone, 105 Broadway, Mrs. Russell Swegan (Joan * A ) ,
Sigma Lambda Youngstown, O H 44505, Y O U N G S T O W N 3972 S. Schenley, Youngstown,
Tau S T A T E , Tele: 216-746-5273 O H 44511
Theta Psi
Mrs. Diana Law, Cartwright Center, La- Mrs. Arthur Hebberd (Mary T ) ,
crosse, W I 54601. U N I V of WISC at 2136 M a i n , LaCrosse, W I 54601
LaCROSSE, Tele: 608-782-4642

Miss Nancy Jarvis, 1121 S.E. F i f t h St., Miss Patricia Belois ( T ) , 15 S. F i r s t
Minneapolis, M N 55414, U N I V E R S I T Y St., 615 A , Minneapolis, M N 55401
of M I N N E S O T A , Tele: 612-331-1381

Miss Karen Newcomer, Univ. of Toledo, Miss Nancy Cole ( 6 * ) , 2316 Castle-
Student Activities Office, Toledo, O H wood, Toledo, O H 43613
43606, U N I V E R S I T Y of T O L E D O , Tele:
419-472-9412

Alumnae Chapter Chapter President Meeting Date
Akron Monthly
Mrs. H a r r y D u f f y (Helen A H ) , 122 White-
hall Dr., Tallmadge, O H 44278, Tele: Monthly—2nd Monday
216-633-2506
2nd Tuesday
Ann Arbor M r s . H . Bruce Baker (Luanne O i l ) , 473 Monthly—2nd Wednesday
Skydale Dr., A n n Arbor, M I 48105, MMooMnnatthhyll)yy——12sntd TuWeseddanye,sd8a:y0,0 P(S. Mep.t.-
Tele: 313-769-0204 Sept., Nov., Jan., Mar., M a y

Cincinnati Mrs. Robert R. Stillwell (Margaret ©H),
3272 Jefferson Ave., Cincinnati, O H 45220,
Tele: 513-861-1591

Cleveland Council M r s . L e o Matthews (Cherry K D , 3778
Princeton Blvd., South Euclid, O H 44121,
Tele: 216-381-0351

Cleveland East M r s . Brian H . Richman ( G i l l i a n 0 ) , 13309
S. W o o d l a n d , Cleveland, O H 44120, Tele:
216-752-846

Cleveland West Mrs. Ralph I . Allen (Pat X ) , 483 Bridle
Lane, Berea, O H 44017, Tele: 216-243-
1574

Columbus Mrs. W . C. Richardson (Mary Ellen 8 ) ,
5990 Stuart L n . . Worthington, O H 43805,
Tele: 614-885-1030

Dayton Mrs. George L . Fulton I I (Diana S ) , 3641
Napanee Drive, Dayton, O H 45430, Tele:
513-426-1121

Dearborn Miss M a r y A n n K i r r ( B H ) , 14837 Euclid,
Allen Park, M I 48101, Tele: 313-381-3631

Detroit Miss Barbara Zoinierczak ( B I I ) , 29165 Monthly
Hayes, A p t . 10, Warren, M I 48093, Tele:
313-776-9502 Monthly—2nd Tuesday
2nd Thursday
Detroit Council Mrs. Ross Wagner (Phyllis K P ) , 35233 2nd Monday — Aug., Oct., Dec,
Gary Dr., Farmington, M I 48024, Tele: Feb., Apr., June
313-476-8293 Monthly—3rd Tuesday
Sept.-May (except Jan.) 1st Thurs-
Detroit North Mrs. Richard E. Jensen (Katrina K P ) ,
Suburban 16565 Sunderland, D e t r o i t , M I 48219, Tele: day
313-538-6739

Detroit Northwest M r s . Rex T . Spencer ( D o n n a K P ) , 1032
Suburban Allen Dr., Northville, M I 48167, Tele:
313-349-1281

Findlay Area Mrs. Robert D . Wilson (JoAnn * 0 ) , 201
Esther Lane, Findlay, O H 45840, Tele:
419-423-8551

Grand Rapids Area Mrs. David J. Wahr (Susan B r ) , 2161
Chesapeake Dr. N . E . , Grand Rapids,
M I 49505, Tele: 616-456-6135

Greater Lansing Area M r s . Eric T . Roach (Susan B r ) , 534 Bailey
Kalamazoo St., East Lansing, M I 48823, Tele: 517-
351-2175

M r s . Robert Elwell (Janice K P ) , 1715
Homecrest, Kalamazoo, M I 49001, Tele:

Macomb County, M I Miss Sandra K a y K u b i t z ( K P ) , 8337 Busko 2nd Wed., Sept.,-June (8:00 P . M . )
Circle, Warren, M I 48093, Tele: 313-756-
4739 Monthly—4th Tuesday
Monthly—various days
Madison, W I M r s . H a r l o w H a l v o r s i n ( M a r y <t>A), 11 L a r -
kin St., Madison, W I 53705, Tele: 608- Monthly 2nd Wednesday
233-2839

Milwaukee Mrs. Cecil Hunt (Barbara * A ) , 930-17th
Ave.. Grafton, W I 53024, Tele: 414-
377-7766

Minneapolis-St. Paul Mrs. Terry D . Hansen (Lynne T ) , 5849-
73rd Ave. N o . , A p t . 220, Brooklyn Park,
M N 55429, Tele: 612-560-0401

Monroe Co., M I Mrs. Robert Maurer ( C a r o l B F ) , 2369
Hollywood Golfcrest, Monroe, M I 48161,
Tele: 313-241-1059

Toledo M r s . Sandra N . Nemet ( 6 * ) , 513 M c l n -
tyre Lane, Maumee, O H 43537, Tele:

Youngstown, O H M r s . Russell Swegan (Joan # A ) , 3972 S. When called
Schenley, Youngstown, O H 44511, Tele:
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REGION III

Vice-President—Mrs. Robert Caldwell (Mary Ann TA)
215 Rolling Fork Court, Nashville, T N 37205
Tele: 616-325-2646

Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee

Extension Officer—Miss Becky Thurston ( 0 0 ) , 5841 Poplar Pike Ext., Apt. 6, Memphis, T N 38117 Tele: 901-682-
0227

Finance Officer—Miss Cheryl Kohler ( r s ) , 4329 N. Shallowford Rr., Apt. A-30, Chamblee, G A 30341, Tele: 404-
451-3190

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Alpha Delta Miss Mary Jane E r b , P.O. Box 2407, U N Mrs. Riggs Stevenson (Alma A A ) , Mrs. Boyd Bogle, I I I (June NO), 6037

Alpha Pi of A L A B A M A , University, A L 35486, 917 Indian Hills D r . , Tuscaloosa, Sherwood D r . , Nashville, T N 37215
Delta Delta U N I V E R S I T Y of A L A B A M A , Tele: 205- A l 35401 Tele: 615-269-4479
Gamma Delta 348-4900 Miss Rema Ratcliff ( A H ) . 1415 F a i r -
Gamma Omicron Miss Donna Marie Verso, 123 N . Cope- way D r . , Tallahassee, F L 32304 Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O.
Gamma Sigma land. Tallahassee, F L 32304, F L O R I D A Box 892. Merritt Island, F L 32952
S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 904-224- Mrs. Kenneth R. Odom (Betty T A ) , Tele: 305-636-0848
Kappa Gamma 9342 2601 Steel St., Opelika, A L 36830
Miss Jean Howard, A01I, Dorm C , Auburn Mrs. James Hardy (Pat P S ) , 3465
Kappa Omicron University, Auburn, A L 36830, A U B U R N Mrs. Robert W. Self (Dale T A ) , Somerset Trail, Atlanta, G A 30331
U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 205-826-6768 5759 St., Gallen Ave., Mobile, A L Tele: 404-344-2091
Lambda Chi Miss Linda D . Spinks, 709 Montclaire 36608
Lambda Sigma Way, Mobile, A L 36609, U N . of S O U T H Mrs. D . Rundell Curtis (Nancy K ) , 3504
A L A B A M A , Tele: 205-344-5160 Miss Priscilla West ( T O ) , 708 S.W. Mountain Lane, Birmingham, A L 35213
Nu Beta 16th Ave., N o . 214, Gainesville, Tele: 205-871-6470
Nu Omicron Miss Joyce A . Conway, 819 W . Panhellenic F L 32601
Omega Omicron Dr.. Gainesville. F L 32601, U N I V E R - Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O.
Omicron S I T Y of F L O R I D A , Tele: 904-376-9454 Miss Gayle Thompson ( r s ) , 4329 Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
N. Shallowford Rd., Chamblee, Tele: 305-636-0848
Phi Alpha Miss Mary Lynn Marchman, 33 Gilmer St., G A 30005
S E , AOII, P O Box 540. Atlanta. G A Mrs. D . Rundell Curtis (Nancy K ) , 3504
Tau Delta 30303, G E O R G I A S T A T E U N I V E R - Miss Evelyn Gresier ( K D , 721 Glen- Mountain Lane, Birmingham, A L 35213
S I T Y , Tele: 404-659-1743 dale, Lakeland, F L 33802 Tele: 205-871-6470
Tau Omicron
Miss Marsha Swem, P.O. Box 316. Florida Mrs. Bryan Rushton (Priscilla KO), Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O.
Zeta Psi Southern College, Lakeland, F L 33802, 95 Hollyoake Lane, Memphis, T N Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
F L O R I D A S O U T H E R N C O L L E G E , Tele: 38117 Tele: 305-636-0848
Alumnae Chapter 813-683-5531 (Ext. 455)
Atlanta Miss Mary Rawlings Reece (TA), Mrs. Wallace Heggie (Janet N B ) , 4320
Miss Catherine Lee Laster, (Box 710) 2000 97 Peachtree Park Ave., N . E . , 36th Ave., Apt. C-5, Meridian, M S
Atlanta-Tri County N. Parkway. Memphis. T N 38112, Apt. 07, Atlanta, G A 3Q309 39301 Tele: 601-483-5605
S O U T H W E S T E R N at M E M P H I S , Tele:
Auburn-Opelika 901-458-5669 Mrs. Richard Joiner (Julia A S ) . 130 Miss Dee Gardner ( A A ) , P . O . Box 1467,
Bar H . Court, Athens, G a 30601 Mobile. A L 36621 Tele: Apt.—205-
Birmingham Miss Susan McDaris, Box 525. LaGrange 344-8710, OfT.—205-438-8436
College, LaGrange, G A 30240, L A - Miss Debcly Mathis (AS2), Box 5433
G R A N G E C O L L E G E , Tele: 404-882-2367 University, M S 38677 Mrs. James Hardy (Pat TZ), 3465
Somerset Trail. Atlanta, G A 30331
Miss Elizabeth Ellen Shook, 1190 South Mrs. J . T . Shofner (Margaret T A ) , Tele: 404-344-2091
Milledgc Ave., Athens, G A 30601, U N I - 100 West Hillwood
V E R S I T Y of G E O R G I A , Tele: 404-548- Nashville, T N 37205 Mrs. Boyd Bogle, I I I (June N O ) , 6037
3366 Sherwood Dr., Nashville, T N 37215
Mrs. Clarence O. Hampton. Sr. Tele: 615-269-4479
Miss Mary Jane Duke,"Box 4415, Univer- (Rena OS2), 575 Lambuth Blvd.,
sity, MS 38677, U N I V E R S I T Y of M I S - Jackson, T N 38301 Miss Dee Gardner ( A A ) . P.O. Box 1467,
S I S S I P P I , Tele: 234-2135-601 Mobile, A L 36621 Tele: Apt.—205-
Mrs. Charles Bettis (Nancy 0 ) , 7709 344-8710, Off.—205-438-8436
Miss Rebecca Lasley, 2415 Kensington Bennington Rd., Knoxville, T N
Place, Nashville. T N 37212, V A N D E R - 37919 Mrs. Boyd Bogle, I I I (June N O ) , 6037
B I L T U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 615-297-3648 Sherwood D r . . Nashville, T N 37215
Miss Jean Seal ( * A ) , 1917 W. W a l - Tele: 615-269-4479
Miss Susan Morgan, AOII. Box 373, L a n v nut St., Johnson City, T N 37601
buth College, Jackson. T N 38301. L A M - Mrs. Wallace Heggie (Janet N B ) , 4320
B U T H C O L L E G E , Tele: 901-422-9311 Mrs. Tom Gibbs (Jane T A ) , 1217 36th Ave., Apt. C-5, Meridian, M S
Greensboro Road, Birmingham, 39301 Tele: 601-483-5605
Miss Mary Ann Curry, 1531 W . Cumber- A L 35208
land Ave., Knoxville, T N 37916, U N I - Mrs. James Hardy (Pat P S ) , 3465
V E R S I T Y of T E N N E S S E E , Tele: 615-525- Mrs. James M. Mitchell (Jane T O ) , Somerset Trail, Atlanta, G A 30331
3752 114 Eunice D r . , Martin, T N 38237 Tele: 404-344-2091

Miss Suzic Moody, Box 02, East Tenn. Mrs. Allen E . Cox (Nancy Z), Car- Miss Dee Gardner ( A A ) . P . O . Box 1467,
State University, Johnson City, T N riage House Apts. No. 15, Green- Mobile. A L 36621 Tele: Apt.—205-
37601. E A S T T E N N . S T A T E U N I V E R - ville, N C 27834 344-8710, Off.—205-438-8436
S I T Y , Tele: 615-928-3181
Meeting; Mrs. Wallace Heggie (Janet N B ) . 4320
Miss Lynne Langstaff, Box A-56 B S C , Monthly—3rd Wednesday 36lh Ave.. Apt. C-5. Meridian, MS
Birmingham. A L 35204, B I R M I N G H A M - 39301 Tele: 601-483-5605
S O U T H E R N C O L L E G E , Tele: 205-322- 2nd Wed. every month, (7:30 pm)
6417 Mrs. D . Rundell Curtis (Nancy K ) , 3504
Monthly—3rd Monday Mountain Lane. Birmingham, A L 35213
Miss Edith Elaine Mitchell. Box 126, U n . Tele: 205-871-6470
of Tenn. at Martin, Martin, T N 38237, Monthly—3rd Tuesday, (7:30 p.m.)
U N I V . of T E N N at M A R T I N , Tele: Regional Director
901-587-2811 Mrs. D . Rundell Curtis (Nancy K ) , 3504

Miss Debbie Hensley, 805 Johnston St., Mountain Lane. Birmingham, A L 35213
Greenville, N C 27834, E A S T C A R O L I N A Tele: 205-871-6470
U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 919-758-4290 Mrs. D . Rundell Curtis (Nancy K ) , 3504
Mountain Lane, Birmingham, A L 35213
President Tele: 205-871-6470
Mrs. Charles C . Lee, Jr. (Shirley A S ) , Mrs. James Hardy (Pat TZ), 3465
Somerset Trail, Atlanta, G A 30331
1561 Compton D r . , Mableton, G A 30059, Tele: 404-344-2091
Tele: 404-948-0032 Miss Dee Gardner ( A A ) , P . O . Box 1467,
Mrs. Glenn J . Johnson (Nina T2), 1566 Mobile. A L 36621 Tele: Apt.—205-
Runnymeade R d . N E , Atlanta, G A 30319, 344-8710, Off.—205-438-8436
Tele: 404-457-1629
Mrs. W. L . Southworth. Jr. (Paula AA),
112 Samples St., Aubum, A L 36830
Tele: 205-821-1424.
Mrs. S. J . Slay, J r . (Ginny A A ) , 217 Red-
stone Way, Birmingham, A L 35215, Tele:
205-853-6631

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Broward County Mrs. F r a n k T . Shull (Marjorie N ) , 3333 Bi-Monthly, Alternate Sat. & Tues. Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P . O .
Charleston, S C N . E . 34th St., F t . Lauderdale, F L 33308, Evening Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
Clearwater Tele: 305-566-5386 Tele: 305-636-0848
Cocoa-Melbourne
Daytona Beach Area Mrs. Larry C . Millhouse (Mary Ellen AQ), Called Miss Dee Gardner ( A A ) , P . O . Box 1467,
Gainesville, F L 55 Mueller D r . , Charleston, S C 29407, Mobile, A L 36621 Tele: Apt.—205-
Huntsville Tele: 803-766^528 344-8710, Off.—205-438-8436
Jackson, MS
Jackson, T N Mrs. Mary Howe ( X ) , 422 Buttonwood T o be announced Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P . O .
Johnson City, Lane, Largo, F L 33540, Tele: 813-581- Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
: TN Area 7293 Tele: 305-636-0848
Knoxville
Martin, T N Mrs. Robert R . Dagelen (Bonnie TO), Apt. Monthly-various times Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P . O .
Memphis 14, 1010 N . Fiske Blvd., Cocoa, F L Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
32922, Tele: Off.-305-867-3530 Tele: 305-636-0848

Mrs. James P. Wisner (Margaret 369 Called Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P . O .
Hartford Ave., Daytona Beach, F L 32018, Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
Tele: 904-253-3724 Tele: 305-636-0848

Miss Priscffla West ( T O ) , 708 S W 16th Ave., Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P . O .
Apt. 14, Gainesville, F L 32601, Tele: Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
904-376-1986 Tele: 305-636-0848

Mrs. J . P. Lindberg (Mary A l i c e ) , 11001 Monthly—2nd Wednesday (10:00 Mrs. D . Rundell Curtis (Nancy K), 3504
Rockcliff Dr., Huntsville, A L 35810, Tele: A.M.) Mountain Lane, Birmingham, A L 35213
205-852-7115 Tele: 205-871-6470

Mrs. Charles O. Jones (Patti N B ) , 4099 Red- Every other month Mrs. Boyd Bogle, H I (June N O ) , 6037
wing Ave., Jackson, M S 39216, Tele: Sherwood D r . , Nashville, T N 37215
601-362-5552 Tele: 615-269-4479

Mrs. Gene L . Davenport ( K a y NO), 211 Monthly—3rd Monday Mrs. Boyd Bogle, I I I (June NO), 6037
Roland Ave., Jackson, T N 38301, Tele: Sherwood Dr., Nashville, T N 37215
910-424-9713 Tele: 615-269-4479

Mrs. Joel F . Peterson (Joanne<f*A), 214 Jan., Mar., May, Sept., Nov.,— 2nd Mrs. James Hardy (Pat TZ), 3465
East Gilmer Park, Johnson City, T N Sat. Somerset Trail, Atlanta, G A 30331
37601, Tele: 615-928-5780 Tele: 404-344-2091

Mrs. Evan S. Bowers (Caroline 4>A), 5616 Monthly—Dates announced Mrs. Wallace Heggie (Janet K B ) , 4320
Briscoe Circle, Knoxville, T N 37912, Tele: 36th Ave., Apt. C-5, Meridian, MS
615-687-5699 39301 Tele: 601-483-5605

Mrs. James M . Emmons (Jill O ) , 704 E . Mrs. Wallace Heggie (Janet N B ) , 4320
Todd. Union City, T N 38261, Tele: 901- 36th Ave., Apt. C-5, Meridian, M S
885-2367 39301 Tele: 60W83-5605

Miss Gloria Howell ( T O ) , 4105 North- Mrs. Wallace Heggie (Janet N B ) , 4320
bridge, Memphis, T N 38118, Tele: 36th Ave., Apt. C-5, Meridian, MS
39301 Tele: 60M83-5605
Miami Mrs. Richard J . Sherin (Carolyn T O ) , 7611 Alternate Months—Call President
Mobile S.W. 65th Place, South Miami, F L 33143, 1st Thursday—every other month Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P . O .
Montgomery Tele: 305-665-7186 Monthly—2nd Monday Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
Nashville Tele: 305-636-0848
Orlando-Winter Park Mrs. L . B . Hall (Annette F A ) , 1213 West Monthly
Palm Beach County Chalet D r . , Mobile, A L 36608, Tele: 205- 6 Times yearly, (every other month) Mrs. D . Rundell Curtis (Nancy K ) , 3504
St. Petersburg 342-1283 Bi-monthly Mountain Lane, Birmingham, A L 35213
Tallahassee Tele: 205-871-6470
Mrs. Joe B . Williamson (Nancy A A ) , 129
E . Woodland, Montgomery, A L 36105, M r s . James Hardy (Pat TZ), 3465
Tele: 204-281-2793 Somerset T r a i l . Atlanta, G A 30331
Tele: 404-344-2091
Mrs. H . Tolman Morford (Faith N O ) , 1023
Percy Warner Blvd., Nashville, T N 37205, Miss Dee Gardner ( A A ) , P . O . Box 1467,
Tele: 615-352-0525 Mobile. A L 36621 Tele: Apt.—205-
344-8710, Off.—205-438-8436
Mrs. H a l Darden (Mary Nell 0 ) , 2455
Hunterfield Rd„ Maitland, F L 32751, Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel T O ) , P.O.
Tele: 305-838-4593 Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
Tele: 305-636-0848
Mrs. Jambes W. Hughes (JoAnn <J>A). 619
W. Jasmine Dr., Lake Park, F L 33403, Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P . O .
Tele: 305-842-0901 Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
Tele: 305-636-0848
Mrs. John L . McBath (Margot TO), 3705
Belle Vista Dr. E . , St. Petersburg Beach, Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O.
F L 33706, Tele: 813-360-8803 Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
Tele: 305-636-0848
Mrs. Andrea T . Ackley ( * 0 ) , 2313-19 Jack-
son Bluff, Tallahassee, F L 32304, Tele: M r s . Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P . O .
Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
Tampa Mrs. Robert Ulterwyk (Drucilla A l l ) , 834 S. Bi-Monthly Tele: 305-636-0848
Tuscaloosa Willow, Tampa, F L 33606, Tele: 813-
949-2102 Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P . O .
Box 892, Merritt Island, F L 32952
Miss Virginia H . Singley ( A A ) , 1 Hack- Tele: 305-636-0848
berry Circle, Tuscaloosa, A L 35401, Tele:
205-758-0100 Mrs. Boyd Bogle, I I I (June N O ) , 6037
Sherwood Dr., Nashville, T N 37215
Tele: 615-269-4479

REGION IV

Vice-President—Mrs. Stephen W. Sutherlin (Kay 0 )
4723 Round Lake Road, Indianapolis, I N 46205
Tele: 317-251-4203

Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky

Extension Officer—-Mrs. William D. Lee (Gwendolyn P) 1004 Eliot Drive, Urbana, I L 61801, Tele: 217-328-3154

Finance Officer—Mrs. Victor Brown (Ruth B 0 ) , 811 E , 80th St., Indianapolis, I N 46240 Tele: 317-255-3422

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Alpha Chi Miss Susan Tassie, Western Kentucky Univ. Mrs. Neil Allen (Rachel A X ) , 459 Miss Marilann Melton ( B X ) , 437 N . Main

Box 332, Gilbert Hall, W K U , College Brentmoor Drive, BowUng Green, St., Smiths Grove, K Y 42171 Tele:
Heights P.O., Bowling Green, K Y 42101, K Y 42101 502-563-2861
WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY,
Tele:

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Beta Chi Miss S. Gale Kirkwood, Box 310, Peeples Mrs. Alan Heath (Cathy K A ) , 2323 Miss Marilann Melton ( B X ) , 437 N . Main
Beta Lambda Dorm, K W C , Owensboro, K Y 42301, Carter Road, Owensboro, K Y St., Smiths Grove, K Y 42171 Tele:
Beta Phi KENTUCKY WESLEYAN COLLEGE, 42301 502-563-2861
Chi Lambda Tele: 502-684-9039
Delta Omega Mrs. Robert E . Williams (Mary * ) , Mrs. Robert Zolomij (Joanna E A ) , 803
Epsilon Iota Miss G a i l Zuhn, 1314 North Fell Ave., 1112 Elmwood Road, Blooming- Breen, Champaign, I L 61820 Tele: 217-
Gamma Iota Bloomington, I L 61701, I L L I N O I S W E S - ton, I L 61701 352-3001
Iota L E Y A N U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 309-829-
Kappa Alpha 1890 Mrs. Arthur K . Anderson (Edith Mrs. William Magnuson (Colleen K A ) ,
Kappa Kappa B4>), 836 South Henderson St., 2911 Garfield, Terre Haute, I N 47804
Nu Iota Miss Lynann Ganz, 901 East Tenth St., Apt. 1, Bloomington, I N 47401 Tele: 812-466-4907
Omega X i Bloomington. I N 47401, I N D I A N A U N I -
Phi Omicron V E R S I T Y , Tele: 812-332-7296 Miss Antoinette Reitz ( X A ) , 521 S. Miss Janie Carlile ( X A ) , 637 Chateau,
Phi Upsilon Runnymeade, Evansville, I N 47714 Evansville, I N 47715 Tele: 812^79-1691
Rho Miss Marcia Raeber, 400 S. Rotlierwood
Sigma Iota Ave., Evansville, I N 47714, U N I V E R - Mrs. Kenneth Harrell (Ellen KO) Miss Marilann Melton ( B X ) , 437 N . Main
Theta S I T Y of E V A N S V I L L E , Tele: 812-477- Doran Road, Murray, K Y 42071 St., Smiths Grove, K Y 42171 Tele:
6838 502-563-2861
Mrs. Michael A. Goodrich (Su-
' Miss Cindi Alexander. Box 399, Murray, zanne), 1712 McComb St., Mrs. Robert Zolomij (Joanna E A ) , 803
K Y 42071, M U R R A Y S T A T E U N I V E R - Charleston, I L 61920 Breen, Champaign, I L 61820 Tele: 217-
S I T Y , Tele: 502-753-8636 ( A O I I R o o m ) , 352-3001
502-753-3579 (president)

Miss Glenna Magee, 1721 Ninth Street,
Charleston, I L 61920, E A S T E R N I L L I -
NOIS UNIVERSITY.

Miss G a i l Gilmore, 109 Small Group Hous- Mrs. Robert Riggs (Judy K A ) , 501 Miss Janie Carlile ( X A ) , 637 Chateau,
ing, Carbondale. I L 62901, S O U T H E R N Windsor, Champaign, I L 61820 Evansville, I N 47715 Tele: 812-479-1691
I L L I N O I S U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 61&453-
5781 Mrs. Paul Gibbons (JoAnn K A ) , 3S Mrs. Robert Zolomij (Joanna E A ) , 803
Gardendale Road, Terre Haute, Breen, Champaign, I L 61820 Tele: 217-
Miss Louise D . Silavin, 706 S. Mathews, I N 47809 352-3001
Urbana, I L 61801, U N I V E R S I T Y of
I L L I N O I S , Tele: 217-344-0136 Mrs. Wm. J . Huber (Mary Lou K K ) , Mrs. William Magnuson (Colleen K A ) ,
2000 W . Jackson St., Muncie, I N 2911 Garfield, Terre Haute, I N 47804
Miss Mary Katherine Petrusiw, 122 L i n - 47303 Tele: 812-466^907
coln Quad. Terre Haute, I N 47809, I N -
D I A N A S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: Mrs. J . Paul (Joanne 2 X ) . 220 E . Mrs. Keith Gilchrist (Ann 6 ) , 5613 Sky-
812-232-1051 Hillcrest, Apt. 2208, DeKalb, I L ridge Road, Indianapolis, I N 46250
60115 Tele: 317-849-3061
Miss Rita Dale, Box 219, Student Center,
Ball State University, Muncie, I N 47306, Mrs. Charles Thompson (Betty 0 ) , Mrs. Tom Spencer (Jan 2 0 ) , 115 E . 22nd
B A L L S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 317- 350 E . Second St., Morehead, K Y St., Lombard, I L 60148, Tele: 312-495-
285-4416 40351 2186

Miss Debbie S. Sales, 920 Hillcrest, DeKalb, Mrs. Fred Mullett (Thelma # 0 ) , Miss Marilann Melton ( B X ) , 437 N . Main
I L 60115. N O R T H E R N I L L I N O I S U N I - Box 73, Hanover, I N 47243 St., Smiths Grove, K Y 42171 Tele:
V E R S I T Y , Tele: 312-758-7656 502-563-2861
Mrs. J . Edward Wagoner (Nancy
Miss Cheryl Levier, Box 1284, M S U , More- B<f>), 907 Cumberland A v e , West Mrs. William Magnuson (Colleen K A ) ,
head, K Y 40351, M O R E H E A D S T A T E Lafayette, I N 47906 2911 Garfield, Terre Haute, I N 47804
U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: Tele: 812-466-4907
Mrs. Carl W. Schulz, Jr., (Ingrid
Miss Ellen Dryden, A O I I House, Hanover, B A ) , 1627 Forest Ave., Wilmette, Mrs. William R. Coffey (Elizabeth X A ) ,
I N 47243, H A N O V E R C O L L E G E , Tele: I L 60091 7754 N . Whittier Place, Indianapolis,
812-866-3327 I N 46250 Tele: 317-849-3030
Mrs. James Conley (June 2 1 ) , 152
Miss Peggy GiaQuinta, 1001 David Ross Penny L n . , Macomb, I L 61455 Mrs. T o m Spencer (Jan 2 0 ) , 115 E . 22nd
Road, West Lafayette, I N 47906, P U R - St.. Lombard, I L 60148, Tele: 312-495-
D U E U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 317-463-9566 Mrs. James B. Johnson (Martha © ) , 2186
314 HighfaU, Greencastle I N
Miss Mary Beth Smith, 626 Emerson St., 46135 Mrs. Robert Zolomij (Joanna E A ) , 803
Evanston, I L 60201, N O R T H W E S T E R N Breen, Champaign, I L 61820 Tele: 217-
U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 312-GR5-9330 352-3001

Miss Katherine Krebs, 1545 Riverview D r . , Mrs. Keith Gilchrist (Ann 6 ) , 5613 Sky-
Macomb, I L 61455. W E S T E R N I L L I - ridge Road, Indianapolis, I N 46250
N O I S U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 309-833-5507 Tel: 317-849-3061

Miss Vickie Strum, 225 S. Bloomington St.,
Greencastle, I N 46135, D e P A U W U N I -
V E R S I T Y , Tele: 317-653-9793

Alumnae Chapter President Meeting Regional Director

Bloomington, I N Mrs. Rhett B . Ripplinger (Marsha I ) , 3321 Mrs. William Magnuson (Colleen K A ) ,
Kingsley, Bloomington, I N 47401, Tele: 2911 Garfield, Terre Haute, I N 47804
812-336-4677 Monthly—2nd Wednesday Tele: 812-466-4907
Monthly—1st Tuesday, (7:30 P.M.)
Bloomington-Normal I L M r s . Francis Foltz (Hazel B A ) , 703 Moore Monthly—3rd Thursday Mrs. Robert Zolomij (Joanna E A ) , 803
Road, Bloomington, I L 61701, Tele: 309- Breen, Champaign, I L 61820 Tele: 217-
663-1785 Monthly—2nd Tuesday 352-3001
4th Monday afternoon of Oct., Jan.,
Bowling Green Mrs. John G . Cates (Clyde B . P ) , 1218 Miss Marilann Melton ( B X ) , 437 N . Main
State, Bowling Green, K Y 42101, Tele: Apr. St., Smiths Grove, K Y 42171 Tele:
502-842-7164 502-563-2861
Monthly—2nd Tuesday
Champaign-Urbana Mrs. Larry W . Gibson (Claire I ) , 204 N . 2nd Wednesday—8 P.M., Sept.-May Mrs. Robert Zolomij (Joanna E A ) , 803
McCullough, Urbana, I L 61801, Tele: 217- Breen, Champaign, I L 61820 Tele: 217-
367-6164 352-3001

Chicago-Beverly Hills Mrs. Roger B . Shannon ( K a r e n ) , 3161 Mrs. T o m Spencer (Jan 2 0 ) , 115 E . 22nd
W. 102nd St., Evergreen Park, I L 60642, St., Lombard, I L 60148, Tele: 312-495-
Tele: 312-422-4828 2186

Chicago Council Mrs. Laurence Frerk (Peg I ) , 1523 N . Doug- Mrs. T o m Spencer (Jan 2 0 ) , 115 E . 22nd
las, Arlington Hts., I L 60004, Tele: 312- St.. Lombard, I L 60148, Tele: 312-495-
392-1656 2186

Chicago-Far West Mrs. J . Kent Flummerfelt (Jane B * ) 1619 Mrs. T o m Spencer (Jan 2 0 ) , 115 E . 22nd
Suburban Brentwood Lane, Wheaton, I L 60187, St., Lombard, I L 60148, Tele: 312-495-
Tele: 312-665-5073 2186

Chicago North Shore Mrs. C a r l W . Schultz, J r . (Ingrid B A ) , 1627 Mrs. T o m Spencer (Jan 2 0 ) , 115 E . 22nd
Forest Avenue, Wilmette, I L 60091, Tele: St., Lombard, I L 60148, Tele: 312-495-
312-256-0472 2186

Chicago-Northwest Mrs. Daniel A . Pelletttere, Jr. (Diane I ) , Mrs. T o m Spencer (Jan 2 0 ) , 115 E . 22nd
1132 Skylark D r . , Palatine, I L 60067, St., Lombard, I L 60148, Tele: 312-495-
Tele: 312-359-7358 2186

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Chicago-Southwest Mrs. John Adamis (June X A ) , 836 New- Monthly—3rd Tuesday Mrs. T o m Spencer (Jan S O ) , 115 E . 22nd
Chicago-West berry. LaGrange Park, I L 60525, Tele: St., Lombard, I L 60148, Tele: 312-495-
312-352-3948 2186
Suburban
Elkhart, I N Mrs. Duane Carpen (Barbara NT), 6114 Monthly—Sept.-May Mrs. T o m Spencer (Jan S O ) . 115 E . 22nd
Evansville Tri-State Green Drive, Woodridge, I L 60515, Tele: St., Lombard, I L 60148, Tele: 312-495-
Fort Wayne, I N 312-968-6100 2186
Indianapolis, I N
Kentuckiana Mrs. Robert Atkinson (Judy K K ) , 1724 Mrs. Keith Gilchrist ( A n n 6 ) , 5613 Sky-
Kokomo, I N Prarie St., Elkhart, I N 56514, Tele: 219- ridge Road, Indianapolis, I N 46250
Lafayette, I N 522-5639 Tele: 317-849-3061
Lake Co.
Muncie Mrs. Charles Wright ( M a r i l y n ) , 1917 S . E . 6 meetings a year Miss Janie Carlile ( X A ) , 637 Chateau,
Paducah-Murray Blvd.. Evansville, I N 47714, Tele: 812- Evansville, I N 47715 Tele: 812-479-1691
Rockford, I L 476-6533
South Bend Mrs. Keith Gilchrist ( A n n 6 ) , 5613 Sky-
Terre Haute Mrs. Thomas M . West (Peggy N O ) , 3945 Monthly—1st Thursday ridge Road, Indianapolis, I N 46250
N. Washington Rd., Fort Wayne, I N Tele: 317-849-3061
46804, Tele: 219-432-2119
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist ( A n n 6 ) , 5613 Sky-
Mrs. William G . Ward (Sheila 4>), 6902 4th Thursday—Monthly 8:00 P . M . ridge Road, Indianapolis, I N 46250
Warwick Road, Indianapolis, I N 46220, Tele: 317-849-3061
Tele: 317-251-8435
Miss Marilann Melton ( B X ) , 437 N . Main
Mrs. Andrew S. Rust (Martha <K>), 716 Monthly—4th Monday St., Smiths Grove, K Y 42171 Tele:
Vincennes, New Albany, I N 47150, Tele: 502-563-2861
812-944-1802
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist ( A n n 6 ) , 5613 Sky-
Mrs. Robert E . Williams (Pat B4>), 2416 Bi-monthly ridge Road, Indianapolis, I N 46250
Pinehurst Lane, Kokoma, I N 46901, Tele: Tele: 317-849-3061
317-453-6814
Mrs. William R. Coffey (Elizabeth X A ) ,
Mrs. Jerome B . Bean (Aileen 4>T), 716 Monthly—1st Wednesday 7754 N . Whittier Place, Indianapolis,
Sugar Hill Drive, West Lafayette, I N I N 46250 Tele: 317-849-3030
47906, Tele: 317-743-2850
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist ( A n n 6 ) , 5613 Sky-
Mrs. Ray Tittle, J r . (Mary A n n P ) , 10 ridge Road. Indianapolis, I N 46250
Shore Drive-Dune Acres, Chesterton, I N Tele: 317-849-3061
46304, Tele: 219-926-3536
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist ( A n n 6 ) , 5613 Sky-
Mrs. Kenneth Miller (Sue K K ) , R . 7 Box ridge Road, Indianapolis, I N 46250
345, Muncie, I N 47306, Tele: 317-288-2881 Tele: 317-849-3061

Mrs. Wilson Woolley (Carolyn AQ), Route Monthly—Tuesday Miss Marilann Melton ( B X ) , 437 N . Main
7, Greenbriar R d . , Murray, K Y 42701, Monthly—3rd Monday St., Smiths Grove, K y 42171 Tele:
Tele: 502-753-7360 3 times a year, Fall-Winter-Spring 502-563-2861
Monthly—3rd Thursday
Mrs. Thomas Humphris (Sue I ) 2103 Sil- Mrs. T o m Spencer (Jan 1 0 ) , 115 E . 22nd
verthorn, Rockford, I L 61107, Tele: 815- St., Lombard, I L 60148 Tele 312-495-
399-0272 2186

Mrs. John W . Boyer (Lois 6 ) , 1147 Strat- Mrs. Keith Gilchrist ( A n n 6 ) , 5613 Sky-
ford Place, South Bend, I N 46614, Tele: ridge Road, Indianapolis, I N 46250
219-291-3460 Tele: 317-849-3061

Mrs. Rudy L . Sontag (Betty K A ) , 6147 N . Mrs. William Magnuson (Colleen K A ) ,
Fruitridge. Terre Haute, I N 47805, Tele: 2911 Garfield, Terre Haute, I N 47804
812-466-4908 Tele: 812-466-4907

REGION V

Vice-President—Miss Sharon D. Martin ( A l l )
11323 E . 14th Street, Independence, MO 64052

Tele: 816-254-3396

Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Manitoba

Extension Officer—Mrs. John Oyer, Jr. (Eleanor 523 Westvale Rd., Kansas City, K S 66102 Tele: 913-321-9085

Finance Officer—Mrs. Wayne R. Moore (Mary K . S ) , Oakwood Road, Route 4, Ames, I A 50010 Tele: 515-232-4610

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Alpha Theta Miss Pam Gregory, Box 187, Gage Me- Mrs. David Schmidt (Sue 11), Route Miss Cindy Howland ( S A ) , Franken Hall

Delta Pi morial Union, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, I , Iowa City, I A 52240 —Hall Director, Northwest Missouri
I A 52402. C O E C O L L E G E , Tele: 319- State College, Maryville, M O 64468
364-1511 ( E x t . 343) Mrs. James R. Chrisman (Barbara Tele: 816-582-3404
Miss Patty Heying, AOH, Panhellenic Hall, A l l ) , 508 Steck Drive, Warrens- Miss Nancy Johannsen ( * ) , 4744 Has-
Warrensburg. M O 64093, C E N T R A L burg, M O 64093 kell, Kansas City, K S 66104 Tele: 913-
S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 816-747-3235 287-5714

Iota Sigma Miss K i m Powell, 2007 Greeley, Ames, I A Mrs. Theodore Heggen (Betty I S ) , Miss Cindy Howland ( S A ) , Franken Hall
Lambda Omega 50010 I O W A S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y 2611 Kellogg, Ames, I A 50010 —Hall Director, Northwest Missouri
Nu Zeta Tele: 515-232-1520 State College, Maryville, M O 64468
Phi Sigma Miss L o u A n n Lewright, 819 S. F i l l - Tele: 816-582-3404
Theta Chi Miss Karen Haberrichter, Roberta Hall, more, Maryville, Mo 64468
Zeta N W M S U . Maryville, M O 64468, N O R T H - Miss Nancy Johannsen (<f>), 4744 Has-
WEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVER- kell, Kansas City, K S 66104 Tele: 913-
122 S I T Y , Tele: 816-582-8453 287-5714

Miss Jacquc K . Rabe, 216 H i Rise, C S C , Miss Janet Lind ( Z ) , Grenable No. Miss Linn Taylor ( A l l ) , 9514 " N " Ave
Chadron, N B 69337, C H A D R O N S T A T E 9, Kearney, N B 68847 Plaza—Apt. 2, Omaha, N B 68127 Tele:
C O L L E G E , Tele: 308-432^1233 402-339-5790.
Miss Pat Mahoney ( I S ) , 2935 Park
Miss Sharon Ewin, AOII, C T W 732, Kearney, Ave.. Apt. 15B, Sioux City, I A Miss L i n n Taylor ( A l l ) , 9514 " N " Ave.
N B 68847, K E A R N E Y S T A T E C O L - 51104 Plaza—Apt. 2, Omaha, N B 68127 Tele:
L E G E , Tele: 308-236-3345 402-339-5790.
Miss Mary L o u Alexander ( Z ) , 842
Miss Debra D . Readling, 3823 Garretson Lake Shore D r . , Lincoln N B 68528 Miss Nancy Johannsen (<f>), 4744 Has-
Ave., Sioux City, I A 51106, M O R N I N G - kell, Kansas City, K S 66104 Tele: 913-
S I D E C O L L E G E , Tele: 712-276-1737 287-5714

Miss Carol A . Thorson, 1541 " S " St., L i n - Miss L i n n Taylor ( A l l ) , 9514 " N " Ave.
coln. N B 68508, U N I V E R S I T Y of Plaza—Apt. 2, Omaha, N B 68127 Tele:
N E B R A S K A , Tele: 402-477-9749 402-339-5790.

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Alumnae Chapter President Meeting Regional Director
Ames Miss Cindy Howland (SA), Franken Hall
Mrs. Mark C . Dillon (Deborah I S ) , 768 Alternate Months
Pammel Court, Ames, I A 50010, Tele: —Hall Director, Northwest Missouri
515-292-6130 State College, Maryville, M O 64468
Tele: 816-582-3404
Des Moines Mrs. Wayne Fariday ( M . Janice Z ) , 1268- T o be arranged Miss Cindy Howland ( S A ) , Franken Hall
70th St., Des Moines, I A 50311, Tele: —iHall Director, Northwest Missouri
515-274-0087 State College, Maryville, M O 64468
Tele: 816-582-3404
Greater Kansas City Mrs. Robert S. Smith (Karen i l l ) , 5305 Day—2nd Monday Night—3rd Mon- Miss Nancy Johannsen ( * ) , 4744 Has-
Kearney Tri-City Kentucky, Raytown, M O 64133, Tele: day kell, Kansas City, K S 66104 Tele: 913-
Lincoln 816-356-1469 287-5714
Omaha Monthly—2nd Wednesday Miss Linn Taylor ( A l l ) , 9514 " N " Ave.
Sioux City Mrs. Robert L . Walker (Shirley Z ) 15 Plaza—Apt. 2, Omaha, N B 68127 Tele:
St. Louis Hillcrest Drive, Kearney, N B 68847, Tele: Monthly—2nd Monday 402-339-5790
308-234-9524 Monthly—2nd Wednesday Miss Linn Taylor ( A H ) , 9514 " N " Ave.
Monthly—4th Monday Plaza—Apt. 2, Omaha, N B 68127 Tele:
Mrs. Dale E . Harlan (Carol Z ) , 328 Chest- 402-339-5790
nut, Hickman, N B 68372, Tele: 402-992- Miss L i n n Taylor ( A l l ) , 9514 " N " Ave.
3200 Plaza—Apt. 2, Omaha, N B 68127 Tele:
402-339-5790
Mrs. Jerald J . Brandenburg (Sherrie Z ) , Miss Nancy Johannsen (4>), 4744 Haskell,
932 Pacific, Elkhorn, N B 68022, Tele: Kansas City, K S 66104 Tele: 913-
402-289-2418 287-5714
Miss Nancy Johannsen (4>), 4744 Has-
Mrs. David Grossenburg (Jacklyn 6 X ) , kell, Kansas City, K S 66104 Tele: 913-
1610 W. Lunah, Sioux City, I A 51103, 287-5714
Tele: 712-277-8621

Mrs. C . Bailey Williams (Elaine A A ) , 8800
Red Oak Dr., St. Louis, M O 63126, Tele:
314-843-9783

REGION VI

Vice-President—Mrs. Morris L . Quick (Jane I A )
930 Park Ave., Pocatello, I D 83201
Tele: 208-233-2725

Alaska, Alberta, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Saskatchewan, Washington, Wyoming

Extension Officer—Mrs. W. Keith Gould (JoAnn Y ) , 7851 N E 21st, Medina, W A 98039 Tele: 206-G1 4-8481

Finance Officer—Mrs. Harlan Humason (Audrey Y ) , 14548 Edgewater Lane N E , Seattle, W A Tele: 206-EM3-
0151

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Alpha Gamma Miss Debbie Hernas, Northeast 820 Campus Mrs. Robert Jones (Doreen T ) , 1414 Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T ) , 7406 78th

Alpha Phi St., Pullman, W A 99163, W A S H I N G T O N First, Moscow, I D 83843 S E . Mercer Island, W A 98040 Tele:
Alpha Rho S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 509-335- 206-AD2-3721
Alpha Sigma 8502 Mrs. Art Hulett (Sharon A4>), R t . 2,
Beta Kappa Miss Merry Sando, 1119 So. Fifth Ave., Box 246, Bozeman, Mt. 59715 Mrs. Terry Haggardt (Rita I A ) , 523
Bozeman, M T 59715. M O N T A N A S T A T E North 13th. Pocatello, I D 83201 Tele:
Beta Rho U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 406-587-0691 Mrs. John Baines (Ruth A P ) , 204 208-232^1073
Beta Sigma Miss Pat Bentley, 2435 N . W . Harrison. C o r - N . 27th, Corvallis, O R 97330
Iota Alpha vallis, O R 97330, O R E G O N S T A T E Mrs. Delmer Furrow (Jean © ) , 14321 S E
U N I V E R S I T Y : Tele: 503-752-2494 Mrs. Donna Chandler ( O i l ) , 2525 Oakwood. Portland, O R 97222 Tele:
Rho Sigma Miss A n n C . Becker, 1680 Alder, Eugene, Friendly St., Eugene, O R 97401 503-659-4033
Upsilon O R 97401, U N I V E R S I T Y of O R E G O N ,
Tele: 503-345-9677 Mrs. John L . Price (Beverley B K ) , Mrs. Delmer Furrow (Jean 0 ) , 14321 S E
Miss Valerie Gibbons, 5450 Monarch, c/o 1115 West 49th Ave., V a n - Oakwood. Portland, O R 97222 Tele:
Burnaby, B C , Canada, U N I V E R S I T Y of couver 13, B C , Canada 503-659-4033
B R I T I S H C O L U M B I A , Tele: 604-298-
0772 Mrs. James E . Hauptman (Linda Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T ) . 7406 78th
Miss Jan Goldhahn, 220 Daly Ave., Mis- B P ) , 517 S. 6 E , Missoula, M T S E , Mercer Island, W A 98040 Tele:
soula, M T 59801, U N I V E R S I T Y of M O N - 59801 206-AD2-3721
T A N A , Tele: 406-728-2151
Miss K a y Larsen, 940 Cascade D r . , Boise, Miss Nadine Yingst ( I A ) , 300 South Mrs. George C . Miller (Verginia I ) , 5776
I D 83706. B O I S E S T A T E C O L L E G E , Straughn, Apt. 804, Boise, I D N E Circle Ave., Chicago, I L 60631
Tele: 208-385-1949 83702 Tele: 312-631-6864
Miss Georgia K . Johnson, 616 Turner
House, I S U . Pocatello, I D 83201, I D A H O Mrs. Robert Enwall (Mary I A ) , 395 Mrs. Terry Haggardt (Rita I A ) , 523
S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 205-236- Pershing, No. 7, Pocatello, I D North 13th. Pocatello, I D 83201 Tele:
3504 83201 208-232^*073
Miss Shannon Cooper, 7306 N . Newell Ave.,
Portland, O R 97203, P O R T L A N D S T A T E Miss Allison Dumble ( P S ) , 7306 Mrs. Terry Haggardt ( R i t a I A ) , 523
U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 503-254-4949 N. Newell Ave., Portland, O R North 13th, Pocatello, I D 83201 Tele:
Miss Janet Richardson, 1906 N E 45th, 97203 208-232^073
Seattle, W A 98105, U N I V E R S I T Y of
W A S H I N G T O N , Tele: 206-LA4-4669 Mrs. Bruce Busch (Kathy T ) , 5700 Mrs. Delmer Furrow (Jean 0 ) , 14321 S E
29th N E , Seattle, W A 98105 Oakwood, Portland, O R 97222 Tele:
503-659-4033

Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T ) , 7406 78th
S E , Mercer Island, W A 98040 Tele:
206-AD2-3721

Alumnae Chapter President Meeting Regional Director
Billings Mrs. Robert Sanderson, Jr. (Pamela A * ) , Mrs. Terry Haggardt (Rita I A ) , 523

Boise 2607 Beartooth D r . , Billings, M T 59102, North 13th, Pocatello, I D 83201 Tele:
Tele: 406-656-5510 208-232-4073
Eugene Mrs. Jerome Beeson ( L i l a P ) , 1205 W a r m Mrs. Terry Haggardt (Rita I A ) , 523
Springs, Boise, I D 83702, Tele: 208-343- North 13th, Pocatello, I D 83201 Tele:
4264 208-232-4073
Mrs. Theron V . Rust ( L i n d a A P ) , 2270 E l y - Mrs. Delmer Furrow (Jean 6 ) , 14321 S E
sium, Eugene, O R 97401, Tele: 503-345- Oakwood, Portland, O R 97222 Tele:
0626 503-659-4033

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Missoula Mrs. Vanetta Lewis ( A * ) , 951 Ronald Apt. Wednesday—4 meetings a year Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T ) , 7406 78th
Pocatello No. 105, Missoula, M T 59801, Tele: 406- S E , Mercer Island, W A 98040 Tele:
Portland 549-5035 206-AD2-3721
Pullman
Seattle Mrs. Joe Crawford (Arlis I A ) , Route 1, Monthly—3rd Tuesday Mrs. Terry Haggardt ( R i t a I A ) , 523
Spokane Box 391, Pocatello, I D 83201, Tele: 208- North 13th, Pocatello, I D 83201 Tele:
Vancouver, B.C., 232-4987 208-232-4073

Canada Mrs. Jean H . Hochgesang ( A S ) , 735 S.W. Undetermined Mrs. Delmer Furrow (Jean « ) , 14321 S E
St. Clair, Portland, O R 97205, Tele: 503- Oakwood, Portland, O R 97222 Tele:
228-5687 503-659-4033

Mrs. A. A. Mackimmie (Jean M . X A ) , Every other month, Sept.-May Mrs. Forest Swan ( A l v e m a T ) , 7406 78th
N . E . 1645 Lower D r . , Pullman, W A 99163, S E , Mercer Island, W A 98040 Tele:
Tele: 509-332-4702 206-AD2-3721

Mrs. M . W. Moore, J r . (Sonjia T ) , 4516 Monthly—1st Tuesday Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T ) , 7406 78th
N . E . 50th, Seattle, W A 98105, Tele: 206- S E , Mercer Island, W A 98040 Tele:
LA3-6467 206-AD2-3721

Mrs. Walter A . Quantrille (Carolyn AT), When called Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T ) , 7406 78th
E . 8419 Nora Ave.. Spokane, W A 99206, S E , Mercer Island, W A 98040 Tele:
Tele: 509-WA6-8388 206-AD2-3721

Mrs. Donald H . Duthie (Myrna B K ) , 7101- Monthly-—various days Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T ) . 7406 78th
114 A Street, Delta, British Columbia, S E , Mercer Island, W A 98040 Tele:
Tele: 604-596-9122 206-AD2-3721

REGION VII

Vice-President—Mrs. Michie Barber (Rosalie SO)
605 West Thomas, Jonesboro, A R 72401
Tele: 501-935-3393

Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas

Extension Officer—Mrs. Raymond Kramer (Barbara B<l>),7516 Chattington Dr., Dallas, T X 75240 Tele: 214-233-
6495

Finance Officer- -Mrs. Hugh Heflin (Jo Beth I I K ) , 1403 Northridge Drive, Austin, T X 78723 Tele: 512-465-0746

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director

Alpha Omicron Miss Pennie Magee, P . O . Box 16990 A , Mrs. Richard Sinclair (Mary Ann Mrs. Anthony L a M a r c a (Grace A T ) , 2610
L S U , Baton Rouge. L A 70803, L O U I S I - A O ) , 1860 Blvd. de Province, Wilshire, Monroe, L A 71201 Tele: 318-
A N A S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 504- Baton Rouge, L A 70816 387-3573
348-1927

Delta Beta Miss Donna L . Delcambre, P.O. Box 2130, Miss Barbara Abdalla (AB), P.O. Mrs. Thomas R . Betts (Judi B4>), 5036
U S L , Lafayette. L A 70501, U N I V E R - Box 51348, Lafayette, L A 70501 Hyacinth St., Baton Rouge, L A 70808
S I T Y of S O U T H W E S T E R N L O U I S I - Tele: 504-344-7110
ANA, Tele:

Kappa Tau Miss Cheryl A. Riles. Box 948. S L U . Ham- Mrs. Lionell Bordon (Vonnie), 905 Mrs. Anthony L a M a r c a (Grace A T ) , 2610
mond. L A 70401. S O U T H E A S T E R N Western Ave., Hammond, L A Wilshire, Monroe, L A 71201 Tele: 318-
L O U I S I A N A U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 318- 70401 387-3573
386-3841

Lambda Tau Miss Jan Wilson, P.O. Box 4556, Northeast Mrs. Ted Grace (Georgeann A T ) , Mrs. Francis G . Bryan ( L i z * ) , 2606
Pi Sta., Monroe, L A 71201, N O R T H E A S T 4311 Spurgeon, B 2, Monroe, L A Whisper Leaves, San Antonio, T X
Pi Kappa L O U I S I A N A U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 71201 78230 Tele: 512-692-1128
Sigma Omicron
Miss Colleen Munds, 1013 Broadway, New Mrs. Arnold Chauviere (Linda AO), Mrs. Thomas R . Betts (Judi B * ) , 5036
Orleans, L A 70118, H . S O P H I E N E W - Apt. 45C, 6215 Ackel, Metairie, Hyacinth St., Baton Rouge, L A 70808
C O M B , Tele: 504-861-3812 L A 70003 Tele: 504-344-7110

Miss Pat Dennis, 801 W. 24th. No. 302 A , Mrs. Janet Brown ( I I K ) , 8012 Hill- Mrs. Francis G . Bryan ( L i z * ) , 2606
Austin, T X 78705 U N I V E R S I T Y of rise, Austin, T X 78759 Whisper Leaves, San Antonio, T X
T E X A S , Tele: 512-476-7043 78230 Tele: 512-692-1128
Mrs. Joe Clay Young (Nancy 2 0 ) ,
Miss Patricia Tull, Box 928—State U n . 1215 Country Club Terrace, Jones- Mrs. Anthony L a M a r c a (Grace A T ) , 2610
State University, A R 72467, A R K A N S A S boro, A R 72401 Wilshire, Monroe. L A 71201 Tele: 318-
S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 501-972- 387-3573
2184

Alumnae Chapter President Meeting Regional Director
Arlington Mid-Cities Mrs. Woody Henyon (Karen T ) , 68 Stone- Mrs. Francis G . Bryan ( L i z * ) , 2606
Monthly—Last Tuesday
gate D r . , Bedford, T X 76021, Tele: Monthly—2nd Thursday Whisper Leaves. San Antonio, T X
3rd Wednesday—Sept.-May 78230 Tele: 512-692-1128
Austin Mrs. Roger S. Walker (Beckie ITK), No. 5 Mrs. Francis G . Bryan ( L i z * ) , 2606
Baton Rouge Matador Circle, Austin, T X 78746, Tele: 3rd Monday Whisper Leaves, San Antonio, T X
Dallas 512-327-1202 Monthly—2nd Monday night 78230 Tele: 512-692-1128
Fort Worth Mrs. Anthony L a M a r c a (Grace A T ) , 2610
Houston Mrs. Randel J . Abshire (Margaret A O ) , 1640 Wilshire, Monroe, L A 71201 Tele: 318-
Jonesboro Avondale Drive, Baton Rouge, L A 387-3573
70808, Tele: 504-924-3795 Mrs. Francis G . Bryan ( L i z 4>), 2606
124 Whisper Leaves, San Antonio, T X
Mrs. Joe Bob Jay (Gloria U K ) , 9 Pebble- 78230 Tele: 512-692-1128
brook Circle, Richardson, T X 75080, Mrs. Francis G . Bryan ( L i z 4>), 2606
Tele: 214-231-6069 Whisper Leaves. San Antonio, T X
78230 Tele: 512-692-1128
Mrs. Robert M . Shiels (Margaret K ) , 3705 Mrs. Francis G . Bryan ( L i z * ) , 2606
Mockingbird Lane, F t . Worth, T X 76109, Whisper Leaves, San Antonio, T X
Tele: 817-924-9720 78230 Tele: 512-692-1128
Mrs. Anthony L a M a r c a (Grace A T ) , 2610
Mrs. Richard C . Hulbert (Harriet P ) , 12215 Wilshire, Monroe, L A 71201 Tele: 318-
Taylorcrest, Houston, T X 77024, Tele: 387-3573
713^64-3553

Mrs. Denver Dudley (Susan 2 0 ) , 1603
South Matthews, Jonesboro, A R 72401,
Tele: 501-935-7862

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Lafayette, L A Mrs. Wayne L . Corne (Judy AB), 5 Floss- Mrs. Thomas R . Betts (Judi B4>), 5036
Little Rock more P I , Lafayette, L A 70501, Tele: 318- Hyacinth S t , Baton Rouge, L A 70808
Monroe 232-6070 Tele: 512-692-1128
New Orleans
Oklahoma City Miss Patsy Louise James ( 2 0 ) , 6200 Asher, Monthly—4th Monday Mrs. Anthony LaMarca (Grace A T ) , 2610
San Antonio Apt. 270, Little Rock, A R 72204, Tele: Wilshire. Monroe, L A 71201 Tele: 318-
Shreveport 501-565-6891 387-3573

Mrs. Albin Lassiter (Dell A T ) , 1011 K S t , Quarterly Mrs. Francis G . Bryan ( L i z 4>), 2606
Monroe, L A 71201, Tele: 318-322-8616 Whisper Leaves. San Antonio, T X
78230 Tele: 512-692-1128
Mrs. William C . Lowry, Jr. (Donna IT), Monthly—3rd Wednesday
1442 Focis S t , Metairie, L A 70005, Tele: Monthly—2nd Saturday, 12:30 Mrs. Thomas R . Betts (Judi B4>), 5036
504-835-7625 Monthly—4th Tuesday Hyacinth S t , Baton Rouge, L A 70808
Tele: 504-344-7110
Mrs. J . W . Hunt (Elizabeth O ) , 3216 N . W .
22nd S t , Oklahoma City, O K 73107, Tele: Mrs. Anthony L a M a r c a (Grace A T ) , 2610
405-946-7189 Wilshire. Monroe, L A 71201 Tele: 318-
387-3573
Mrs. William J . Cooper (Mary Louise I I K ) ,
6030 Forest Ridge, San Antonio, T X Mrs. Francis G . Bryan ( L i z * ) , 2606
78240, Tele: 512-828-1959 Whisper Leaves, San Antonio, T X
78230 Tele: 512-692-1128
Mrs. Ogan W . Gajdo ( X 2 ) , 257 E . Linden,
Shreveport, L A 71104, Tele: 318-868-0242 Mrs. Anthony L a M a r c a (Grace A T ) , 2610
Wilshire, Monroe, L A 71201 Tele: 318-
Mrs. Carl A . Martin (Mary K e ) , 6557 Monthly—2nd Wednesday 387-3573
E . 26th Court, Tulsa, O K 74129, Tele:
918-838-8447 Mrs. Anthony L a M a r c a (Grace A T ) , 2610
Wilshire, Monroe, L A 71201 Tele: 318-
387-3573

REGION VIII

Vice-President—Mrs. Robert W. Belk (Nancy YA)
255 Jayne Ave., Oakland, C A 94610
Tele: 415-451-4430

Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah

Extension Officer—Mrs. R. W. Spencer (Lucile Z ) , P.O. Box B, Scottsdale, A Z 85252 Tele: 602-947-6391

Finance Officer—Mrs. Francis Lipscomb (Patricia K G ) , 19901 Sheffield L n . , Huntington Beach, C A 92646 Tele:
714-968-9216

Collegiate Chapter Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Chi Delta Miss L y n d a Brown. 1015 15th S t , Boulder, Mrs. D a n Hansen (Judi Z ) , 8539 West
Kappa Theta Miss Sheryl Young ( * T ) , 851 C a -
C O 80302, U N I V E R S I T Y of C O L O - mino Pescadero, Apt. 50, Goleta, Vassar Dr., Lakewood, C O 80227 Tele:
Lambda Beta R A D O , Tele: 303-443-0546 C A 93017 303-985-2203
Miss Susan M . Covello, 894 Hilgard A v e , Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
Sigma L o s Angeles, C A 90024, U N I V E R S I T Y Mrs. Phillip Slep (Mildred P ) , 15321 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
O F C A L I F O R N I A at L O S A N G E L E S , Vermont, Westminster, C A 92683 Tele: 714-453-2336
Sigma Phi Tele:
Theta Omega Miss Candy D . Evans, 210 Temple S t , Mrs. Allen Jaeger (Sandy 2 ) , 1817 Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
Upsilon Alpha Long Beach. C A 90803, C A L I F O R N I A Capistrano A v e , Berkeley, C A Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y at L O N G 94707 Tele: 714-453-2336
B E A C H , Tele: 213^133-9592
Miss Christine Hamilton, 2311 Prospect S t , Miss L i n d a Rogers ( 2 * ) , 538 Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
Berkeley, C A 94704, U N I V E R S I T Y of Brossard Dr., Thousand Oaks, C A Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
C A L I F O R N I A — B E R K E L E Y , Tele: 415- 91360 Tele: 714-453-2336
845-9245
Miss Carolyn E . Baker, 17415 Hemming- Mrs. Douglas L . Kadel (Ginny e n ) , Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
way, Northridge, C A 91324, C A L I F O R - 665 Campus Heights, Flagstaff, Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
NIA STATE UNIVERSITY —NORTH- A z 86001 Tele: 714-453-2336
R I D G E , Tele: 213-345-1594
Miss Kathy Jensen, C . U . Box 7617, N . A . U , Mrs. Daniel H . Campbell (Sharon Mrs. D a n Hansen (Judi Z ) , 8539 West
Flagstaff, A Z 86001, N O R T H E R N A R I - 2 A ) , 4426 E . LaJolla Circle, Tuc- Vassar Dr., Lakewood, C O 80227 Tele:
Z O N A U N I V E R S I T Y , Tele: 602-523-4311 son, A Z 85711 303-985-2203
Miss Candace Scott, 1731 E . Second S t ,
Tucson, A Z 85719, U N I V E R S I T Y of Mrs. D a n Hansen (Judi Z ) , 8539 West
A R I Z O N A , Tele: 602-793-7161 Vassar Dr., Lakewood, C O 80227 Tele:
303-985-2203
Alumnae Chapter President Meeting
Albuquerque Mrs. Larry J . Ellis (Molly S X ) , 7004 C a r - Monthly—4th Wednesday Regional Director
Contra Costa Mrs. D a n Hansen (Judi Z ) , 8539 West
Denver riage R d , N . E , Albuquerque, N M 87109, Monthly—3rd Thursday
East Bay Tele: 505-298-0488 Vassar Dr., Lakewood, C O 80227 Tele:
Flagstaff Mrs. G . T . Root, J r . (Connie 2 ) , 731 E l Monthly—3rd Thursday 303-985-2203
Verano Dr., Walnut Creek, C A , Tele: Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
415-932-2229 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
Mrs. Douglas R . McDonald (Carolyn 4>), Tele: 714-453-2336
7620 E . Oxford A v e , Denver, C O 80237, Mrs. D a n Hansen (Judi Z ) , 8539 West
Tele: 303-771-6086 Vassar Dr., Lakewood, C O 80227 Tele:
Mrs. Walter Taylor (Rodna 2 ) , 5954 Rincon 303-985-2203
Dr., Oakland, C A 94611, Tele: 415-339- Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
0130 Villa LaJolla D r . , LaJolla, C A 92037
Mrs. Anthony D . Jaurez (Suzi 0 Q ) , 2801 N . Tele: 714-453-2336
Steven Blvd., Flagstaff, A Z , 86001 Tele: Mrs. D a n Hansen (Judi Z ) , 8539 West
602-774-9598 Vassar Dr., Lakewood, C O 80227 Tele:
303-985-2203
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Ft. Collins-Greeley Mrs. Sydney Anders (Merle T ) , 1913 Mo- Mrs. Dan Hansen (Judi Z ) , 8539 West
Glendale hawk. Ft. Collins, C O 80521, Tele: 303- Vassar D r . , Lakewood, C O 80227 Tele:
Las Vegas 482-6276 303-985-2203
Logan
Long Beach Mrs. Elizabeth J . Burge ( K 0 ) , 929 Chehalem Monthly—2nd Wednesday Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
Los Angeles Road, LaCanada, C A 91011, Tele: 213- Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
790-1449 Tele: 71+453-2336

Mrs. Wm. Parson (Sherlene A l l ) , 2904 3rd Thursday 7:30 P . M . , Oct., D e c , Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
Millie Ave., L a s Vegas, N V 89101 Tele: Feb., April Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
702-648-2944 Tele: 714-453-2336

Mrs. Charles Blackwell (Claudia P T ) , 149 Mrs. Dan Hansen (Judi Z ) , 8539 West
So. Main No. 7, Smithfield, U T 84335 Vassar D r . , Lakewood, C O 80227 Tele:
Tele: Unavailable 303-985-2203

Mrs. John F . McDowell (Marilyn A B ) , 2950 Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
Deerford. Lakewood, C A 90712 Tele: Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
213-423-2595 Tele: 714-453-2336

Miss Morgan Gould ( K 9 ) , 11718 Kiowa, Monthly Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
LosAngeles, C A , 90049 Tele: 213-820-4541 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
Tele: 714-453-2336
Marin County Mrs. Dean W . Taylor (Jerri A S ) , 70 M c - Monthly—2nd Monday
Palo Alto Keon C t . , Novato, C a , 94947, Tele: 415- Monthly—3rd Thursday, Call Presi- Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilvn T ) , 8581
Pasadena 897-2963 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
Phoenix dent Tele: 714-453-2336
Riverside Mrs. Edmond C . Maroder (Jean A ) . 750 2nd Thursday—Sept.-April
Sacramento Seale Ave., Palo Alto, C A 94303 Tele: Monthly Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
San Diego 415-327-3230 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
San Fernando Valley Monthly—3rd Wednesday Tele: 714-453-2336
San Jose Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arlene XA) , 1182 Monthly
San Mateo Oakwood Ave., Arcadia, C A 91006 Tele: Call President Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
Southern 213-355-2884 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
Call President Tele: 714-453-2336
California Council Mrs. David G . Taggart (Pamela T A ) , 4815
Southern Orange N . 14 Ave., Phoenix, A Z 85013 Tele: 602- Mrs. Dan Hansen (Judi Z ) , 8539 West
279-7611 Vassar Dr., Lakewood, C O 80227 Tele:
County 303-985-2203
Tucson Mrs. Charles H . Sutherland, Jr. (Susan M )
10855 Mercer, Riverside, C A 92505 Tele: Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
714-688-7970 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
Tele: 714-453-2336
Mrs. A . L . Blubaugh (Essex X A ) . 3010
Dorlaine Ct., Sacramento, C a 95821 Tele: Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
916-482-7327 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
Tele: 714-453-2336
Mrs. Stephen A . Webster (Donna K 0 ) , 3678
Syracuse Ave., San Diego, C A 92122 Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
Tele: 714-453-2948 Villa LaJolla D r . , LaJolla, C A 92037
Tele: 714-453-2336
Mrs. Frederick O. Kolstad I I I (Judith NT),
7346 Sausalito. Canoga Park, C A 91304 Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
Tele: 213-340-0481 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
Tele: 714453-2336
Mrs. Edwin L . Markel (Sandra T ) , 882
Russet Drive, Sunnyvale, C A 94087 Tele: Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
408-732-4657 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
Tele: 714453-2336
Mrs. John R . Silliman (Carol A S ) , 264
Arundel R „ San Carlos, C A 94070 Tele: Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
415-593-5323 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
Tele: 714453-2336
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arlene X A ) , 1812
Oakwood Ave., Arcadia, C A 91006 Tele: Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
213-355-2884 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
Tele: 714453-2336
Mrs. Francis Lipscomb (Pat K 6 ) , 19901
Sheffield Lane., Huntington Beach, C A Mrs. Gerald Herman (Marilyn T ) , 8581
92646 Tele: 714-968-9216 Villa LaJolla Dr., LaJolla, C A 92037
Tele: 714-453-2336
Miss Evelyn Siek ( T A ) , 1135 East 7th St.,
Apt. 7., Tucson, A Z 85719 Tele: 602-623 Mrs. Dan Hansen (Judi Z ) , 8539 West
9212 Vassar Dr., Lakewood, C O 80227 Tele:
303-985-2203

Rose Gilmore, Distinguished AOII, Dies 14 or 15, moved to her mother's
home. This was the residence of
Beautiful music highlighted me- death of her husband, John W. Gil- John Hudson Thomas, well-known
morial services at the University of more in 1942, and remaind in this architect, on Shattack Avenue. For
California Alumni House April 17 capacity until 1951. her graduation present, her family
for Rose Gardner Gilmore (Sigma- complied with her request to have a
University of California), distin- She was active in Alpha Omicron formal tea for all women students at
guished Califomian, university ad- Pi Sorority, which she pledged in her the university.
ministrator and sorority woman. She junior year, until her death. She
died April 10. served in a variety of offices on a Mrs. Gilmore was married in
local, regional and international 1913 to Ralph Seward Marx, who
This was only the third such serv- level including International Presi- died in 1924. She is survived by two
ice which had been held to date in dent, an office she held from 1927 daughters, Mrs. Al B. Capron and
the sanctuary of the university through 1929. Mrs. Betty Hirshfield, who both re-
where she had graduated in the side in Kensington, Calif. Her two
early 1900s with scholastic and extra Born March 27, 1888, in Vic- granddaughters Ann Capron and
curricular honors, worked in a va- toria, B . C . , she was the daughter of Susan Hirshfield Briggs, were both
riety of positions and served as resi- a missionary who came to the members of A O I F s Sigma Chapter.
dent manager, on two separate oc- United States about 1895 and served
casions for Bowles Hall, the first in the Immigration Service as an Throughout her life music re-
resident dormitory at the University Chinese translator. mained one of Mrs. Gilmore's first
of California. She headed Bowles loves. She studied piano through all
when it first opened in 1929, and During Rose's senior year at her school years, and was a profes-
returned again shortly after the Berkley, the A O I I house burned. sional accompanist.
The entire contingent of her sisters
living in the house, approximately

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Region V m
Reports Series
Of "Firsts" i

:

by J A N E H A G E R fb
(Iota Sigma)
•Rg'TiB* ii
Region V Meeting Chairman
1S5
Region V's Meeting was high-
lighted by a number of "firsts" for AFTER THE ROSE BANQUET—Region V's delegates pose for a group picture on the
members of Alpha Omicron Pi In- steps of the lota Sigma Chapter house, Ames, Iowa.
ternational Women's Fraternity. It
was the first time any meeting of this After Saturday evening's Rose International Secretary and hails
nature was centered at the Iota Banquet, Miss Sharon Martin, Re-
Sigma chapter house, a structure gion V Vice President, introduced from Nu Omicron chapter.
that is now three years old. Collegi- the new regional officers, elected at
ates and alumnae were well mixed a business session on Saturday after- A brag session was conducted by
on the two floors of sleeping space noon. The continuing officers are:
and this added to the harmony of Sharon, as Regional Vice President the past Regional Directors, Mrs.
the group. After dinner Friday eve- and Mrs. John Oyer (Eleanor <£)
ning, June 2, Ginger Banks and Deb as Regional Extension Officer. Mrs. Stephen Neilsen (Nancy, Z), Mrs.
Stanley, both Traveling Secretaries, Carl Glenn (Marlene, Z) has been
led the group in some favorite A O I I replaced as Regional Finance Offi- Michael Mitchell (Suzanne, and
songs, bringing back memories to cer by Mrs. Wayne Moore (Mary,
many of the alumnae present. Iota £). Appointed as new Re- Nancy Johannsen 4>.
gional Directors for Region V are
A tour of the Iowa State Univer- Miss Cindy Howland, SA, and Miss Awards were presented by Miss
sity campus was conducted by the Nancy Johannsen,
alumnae and collegiates of Iota Sharon Martin. The 1972 Region
Sigma chapter. Wayne Moore, vice- Bobbye McCarter, keynote speak-
president for financial affairs at Iowa er, then gave her enlightening speech V recipients are as follows: Out-
State University, led the portion of titled "Six Foot Long Spoons . . ."
the tour around the multi-million Miss McCarter is Alpha Omicron Pi standing Alumnae Leadership
dollar Iowa State Center, still under
construction. Award—Karen Smith A l l of the

It was fascinating to stand on Kansas City Alumnae Chapter; Out-
the stage of C . Y . Stephens Audito-
rium, look out into the empty audi- standing Collegiate Leadership
ence seats and imagine the thrill of
being in a production. Award—Miss Nancy Fletcher A f i ;

Most Improved Collegiate Chapter

—Phi Sigma at Kearney State Col-

lege in Kearney, Nebraska; and

Most Improved Alumnae Chapter

—Omaha Alumnae Chapter.

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• Region V officers are, standing, left to right: Mrs. Wayne Moore
(Mary 1 2 ) , Finance Officer; Sharon Martin A T I , Region V Vice
Deb Stanley I I K , new Traveling Secretary; Cindy Howland S A , President; Mrs. John Oyer (Eleanor 4>), Extension Officer; Mrs. Carl
former Traveling Secretary and current Regional Director; Ginger Glen (Margaret Z ) , outgoing Finance Officer, and Jayne Hager I S ,
Banks T I K , former Traveling Secretary who has accepted the newly meeting chairman. Seated, left and right, are Nancy Johannsen $ and
created position of Traveling Consultant, standing left to right, Cindy Howland S A , Regional Directors.
and Bobbye McCarter, N O , International Secretary, and Sharon
Martin I I A , Regional V Vice President, seated left and right, were 127
among international and regional dignitaries attending the session.

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AOIIs Share Learning, Fun
At Region VII Meeting

1 SI
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Newly elected Officers for Region VII are Barbara Kramer B<1>, Exten-
sion; Rosalie Barber i O , Regional Vice President, and Jo Beth
Heflin 1IK, Finance.

by C A R O L Y N L O F T E N Perry Award Winner: Cindy Truxfon —O, left, is pictured with Inter-
Baton Rouge Alumnae national Executive Vice President Pat Mottweiler 6 , center, and Sigma
Omicron's Regional Director, Grace LaMarca A T at the Rose Banquet.
Early June in Baton Rouge
found more than 100 alumnae and Pat Mottweiler O, International Regional Vice President, Rosalie
collegiates from all over Louisiana, Executive Vice President, repre- Barber (Mrs. Michie SO). The
Arkansas, Texas, and Oklahoma sented the Executive Committee at Baton Rouge Alumnae and Pi
gathered at the Alpha Omicron the meeting, and was special guest Kappa Chapter at the University of
Chapter house on the campus of and speaker at the Rose Banquet. Texas were named the most im-
L S U for the Region V I I Meeting. Also present at the meeting were: proved chapters in the region. Mar-
Traveling Secretaries Michal Lord garet Abshire AO, president of Baton
The Baton Rouge Alumnae and and Candy Kirkwood, and Regional Rouge Alumnae, and Gloria Jay,
A O Chapters were joint hostesses Directors Judi Betts, Liz Bryan 4>, president of Dallas Alumnae, were
for the three days of fun, learning, and Grace LaMarca AT. honored for their outstanding serv-
sharing, and getting acquainted. Judi ice to the sorority. Cindy Truxton,
Betts (Mrs. Thomas B<p) of Baton Highlighting the Rose Banquet Sigma Omicron, this year's Perry
Rouge served as general chairman was the presentation of awards by Award winner, was named the col-
of the event. legiate member exhibiting outstand-
ing leadership qualities. The Baton
Rouge Alumnae Chapter was also
presented with a Special Achieve-
ment Certificate.

mm

Presidents of the most improved chapters in Region VII, Margaret Region Vll's hard-working Regional Directors are, left to right,
Abshire A O of the Baton Rouge Alumnae Chapter and Pat Dennis of Grace LaMarca A T , Liz Bryan <P, and Judi Betts B<J>.
Pi Kappa Chapter, University of Texas, received citations at the
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Hostesses for the Rose Luncheon at Region I's session at the Pi Delta Region I President, Joan Deathe MacCallum K<I>, presents Me
Chapter House, University of Maryland, were members of the Johnson with the Outstanding Alumnae Award for that region.
Northern Virginia Alumnae Chapter, who celebrated their 20th
birthday on the occasion. Three of the eight charter members present
for the occasion pose with International President Eleanore Dietrich
MacCurdy I A . Left to right are: Becky Littell (Mrs. Harry), Mary
Ann Alice Filer (Mrs. William), Eleanore and Marion Johnson
(Mrs. Earl).

Rose Luncheon, Alumnae Anniversary The presence of International
President Eleanore Dietrich Mac-
Curdy IA, during all the proceed-
Are Highlights of Region I Session ings, and the Rose Luncheon held
at the Pi Delta Chapter House, Uni-
versity of Maryland, Saturday, June
10, were definite high points in
Region I's meeting June 9-11.

Hostesses for the festive Rose
Luncheon were members of the
Northern Virginia Alumnae Chap-
1 ter who also chose the occasion

to celebrate their 20th anniversary.

Fresh greens and roses garlanded
the tables at which the large guest
company was seated.

Bunny Baker, toastmistress and Northern Virginia Alumnae Chapter president, and former Glittering 75s and a large anni-
president, Helen McMahon, present Dr. Thomas McPherson Brown, director, Northern versary cake dominated decorations
Virginia Arthritis Institute, Arlington, with a check. of the speakers' table. Bunny Baker
(Mrs. Mark), president of the
Northern Virginia Alumnae Chap-
ter, served as toastmistress, Joan
Deathe MacCallum K $ , Region I
Vice President, presented special
regional awards and Eleanore Mac-
Curdy was the principal speaker.

Another feature of the luncheon
was the presentation of a sizable
check to Dr. Thomas McPherson
Brown, director of the Northern
Virginia Arthritis Institute, Arling-
ton, by the Northern Virginia Alum-
nae Chapter.

Marion Johnson (Mrs. E a r l ) ,
Mary Alice Fizer (Mrs. William),
and Becky Littell (Mrs. Harry),
three of the founders of the North-
ern Virginia Alumnae Chapter,
were present for the luncheon.

Other founders are: Bucky Mer-
kle (Mrs. Arthur), Mary Lou
Junkin (Mrs. George), Carmene
Coghlun (Mrs. E . J . ) , Amy Voight
Pi Chapter members, Marjorie Saulk and Rietta Albritton, chat with Eleanore MacCurdy. (Mrs. F . A . ) and Carolyn Giles
(Mrs. Raymond).

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It Was A Jubilee In Region
At Tuscaloosa June 9, 10 and 11

a

Mary Louise Filer Roller A l l , a member of the Board of Directors, past Alma Stephenson (Mrs. J . Riggs A A ) , second from left, Alpha Delta
International President and past Chairman of the National Pan- Chapter's adviser, poses prior to the Rose Banquet with hostess
hellenic Conference; Adele K. Hinton P, International Extension Vice chapter representatives, Debbie Fikes, chapter president, Janie Erb;
President; Norman Brewer, Jr., of Greenwood, Miss., Sigma Chi treasurer, Judy Moore, and Janice Reid.
Fraternity's past consul, and chairman of the board, Rose Banquet

speaker, and Nancy Beasley Curtis K, meeting chairman, gather for

the principal banquet. In addition to the series of spe-

cial awards made at the banquet,
a special citation went to beauteous
Region Ill's meeting convened at Hinton P, presided was Norman Jacqueline Dinwiddie (Mrs. James
the Alpha Delta Chapter House, Brewer, Jr., of Greenwood, Miss., F . E A ) , Regional Director, who is
University of Alabama June 9-11 Sigma Chi Fraternity's past consul leaving in the near future with her
under the capable leadership of and chairman of the board. husband, United States Air Force
Mary Ann Caldwell (Mrs. Robert officer and family, for Berne, Switz-
T A ) , regional vice president. erland to make her home. Her post
is being assumed by Nancy Curtis.
Nancy B. Curtis (Mrs. D. Run-
dell K ) was meeting chairman.

In addition to workshops and
business meetings, special events on
the agenda, included a coffee held
at the beautiful, historic presiden-
tial mansion with hostesses, Mrs.
David Matthews, wife of the Presi-
dent of the University of Alabama,
and Mrs. J . Riggs Stephenson
(Alma A A ) , Alpha Delta adviser.

Jean Graham Whorley NO, of the Interna-
tional Board of Directors, makes a presen-
tation.

Joanne G . Peterson, as the president of
the Johnson City, Tenn., Alumnae Chapter,
accepts the award for the most improved
alumnae chapter.

Susan Moody, president of East Tennessee Retiring Regional Director, Linda Fuson Kay Davenport (Mrs. Gene NO), president
State University's Phi Alpha Chapter, and (Mrs. Don O ) , whose chapters swept the of the Jackson Alumnae Chapter, received
Delores Fox (Mrs. James ^ A ) , chapter ad- board where awards were concerned, em- the Alumnae Service Award.
viser, examine the trophy Phi Alpha won as braces Lambda Sigma's Terese Shanley, re-
the most improved collegiate chapter. cipient of the Collegiate Service Award.

Featured speaker at the Rose To Dragma of ALPHA OMICRON P I — F A L L of 1972
Banquet, over which International
Extension Vice President, Adele K .

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4

International officers and local and regional personalities responsible for Region Vl's most

successful session include, left to right, Yvonne Robinson, regional meeting chairman;

Alverna Swan T , housing; Audrey Humason T , treasurer; Jane Quick I A , Region Vice

President; Norma Berry P, International NPC Delegate; Marcia Holland T , International

Scholarship Chairman; and Sue Edmunds T A , Traveling Secretary.

New regional officers are, back row, left to

right, Alverna Swan T , and Jean Furrow 0 ,

Everything Came Up Roses Regional Dierctors, and Jane Quick I A ,
At Region VI Meeting Regional Vice President. In the front row
are, left to right, Ann Becker A2S, C L C ;
Audrey Humason T , Regional Finance Of-
ficer; Rita Haggardt I A , Regional Director,

More than 100 collegiate and long interest to Alpha Omicron Pi and JoAnn Gould T , Regional Extension
alumnae representatives from Wash- activities, and she has known and Officer.

ington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana worked with the original founders of
the sorority. She presented a histo-
and British Columbia attended the rical over-view of A O I I since its 3
semi-annual Region V I Convention origin.
of Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority Sat- \-
urday and Sunday, June 10 and 11, Saturday evening, Mrs. Willard
at the University of Washington Berry, International N P C Delegate, Alverna Swan T , presents Oustanding Co
Upsilon Chapter house of A O I I . was hostess at an informal get- legiate Award to Margaret Doyle B P .
together for alumnae delegates at
This year's meeting featured the her Laurelhurst home.
theme "Let's Get Together" in a
series of workshop meetings de- Sunday's all-day sessions concen-
signed to share thoughts and project trated on evaluation of procedures
ideas in the areas of chapter pro- of chapter activities, including pub-
cedures and philanthropic fund lic relations, Panhellenic, member-
raising. ship and fund raising, collegiate
and alumnae communications, and
Featured speaker at Saturday's teaching ritual. Mrs. Morris Quick
opening session was Dr. Roger Hol- (Jane IA) Regional Vice President,
lister, senior fellow at the University presided over the two-day conven-
of Washington Medical School, tion.
Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Hol-

lister's presentation detailed recent

advances in Arthritis treatment and

investigation particularly related to

children's Arthritis.

Since 1967 Alpha Omicron Pi

has had as its international philan-

thropy, The Arthritis Foundation

and the Canadian Arthritis and

Rheumatism Society. Over 50,000

A O I I members, both collegiates and

alumnae, are encouraged to give

time and support to local Arthritis

Foundation chapters in the U.S. and

Canada.

Saturday's closing session fea-

tured Laura Hurd, past International

President, in an informal conversa-

tion meeting with collegiate mem-

bers. Miss Hurd has devoted a life- Accepting Collegiate Certificates of Merit for their respective chap-
ters were back row, left to right, Kay Larsen, 732, Janet Richardson T ,
Past International President and current Merry Sando A4>, and Janice Goldhahn B P . In the center row are
Rituals and Traditions and Jewelry Commit- Debbie Hernas AT1, and Georgia Johnson I A , while Shannon Cooper
tee member, Laura Hurd T , wowed the P 2 , Ann Becker A Z , Pat Bentley A P and Valerie Gibbons B K are
collegiates with an informal conversational seen in the foreground.
meeting.

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Panhellenic Spirit Permeates 'WW*
Region I V s Meeting A:

by R O B I N L E E Ginger Banks, ilK, Traveling Sec- 1
(Iota) retary, and Peg Crawford (Mrs.
Richard I ) spent the evening giving Heading Region IV's activities for the com-
Immediate Past Traveling Secretary great insight into a good rush. Gin- ing biennium will be this trio of regional
ger showed a very effective slide officers. They are: Ruth McClung Brown B<i\
The Panhellenic spirit was defi- show stressing the overall view of Regional Finance Officer: Kay Hansen Suth-
nitely felt by all who attended Re- sorority life. Peg talked about rush erlin 0, Region IV Vice President, and Gwen
gion IV's meeting June 14-16, held teams, rush workshops, rush assist- Everetts Lee P, Regional Extension Officer.
in the Iota Chapter house and the ance, and "rush fun." After learn-
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority chapter ing all about rush, the group ex- addition, Alumnae Chapter Achieve-
house at the University of Illinois in perimented by putting what they ment Awards were given to the
Urbana. had learned to work. Bloomington, Ind. and Champaign-
Urbana Alumnae Chapters.
Six international dignitaries Thursday was a day to make
headed the list of VIP's attending heads spin. The morning was spent Pat Mottweiler was the main
the meeting: one past president, one in officer discussions. speaker at the banquet.
member of the Board of Directors,
one international committee chair- The staff of Krannert Center for Before the close of the evening
man, one Executive Committee the Performing Arts was kind Judy Riggs (Mrs. Robert KA) and
member, and two traveling secre- enough to give delegates a private Ginger showed some very interest-
taries. To this roster were added the guided tour of that amazing system ing methods to use when trying to
names of Gwen Everetts Lee (Mrs. of workrooms and theaters. But, get chapters to work—both alumnae
William P ) , Region I V Vice Pres- soon it was back to work. and collegiate.
ident, Kay Hansen Sutherlin (Mrs.
Stephen 6 ) , Regional Extension Of- The Rose Banquet was definitely Friday morning was spent on
ficer, and Ruth McClung Brown the highlight of a very busy day. Fund-raising ideas and resolutions.
(Mrs. Victor B<£), Regional Finance Judy Thompson (Mrs. Michael I ) At the close of the meeting, Pat
Officer. And let us not forget the was a gracious toastmistress, on be- Mottweiler installed our new, and
100 A O I I sisters from all over the half of the Champaign-Urbana alum- capable, regional officers. They are
region who attended. nae. Mary Williams (Mrs. Robert Gwen Lee, Regional Extension Of-
4>) initiated the giving of awards. ficer, Ruth Brown, Regional Finance
Gwen opened the meeting with Recipients were: Linda Schwartz Officer, and our new Regional Vice
the new Regional Meetings ritual N I , winner of the Collegiate Lead- President, Kay Sutherlin.
Wednesday afternoon. During her ership award; Rho Chapter, winner
opening remarks, she challenged of Collegiate Chapter Improvement
the delegates to share problems, so- Award; JoAnn Gibbons (Mrs. Paul
lutions, and fun in order to make K A ) , winner of the Alumnae Serv-
Region IV's chapters outstanding ice Award; and Far West Suburban
and award-winning. Alumnae, winner of the Alumnae
Chapter Improvement Award. In
Kay asked for extension sugges-
tions to help A O I I grow.

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Regional Directors for IV for 1972-74 are: Liz Coffey (Mrs. Wil- Lending spice to the program at the Region IV meeting at the lota
liam X A ) , Janie Carlisle X A , Jan Spencer (Mrs. Tom ZJ2), Ann Gil- Chapter House, University of Illinois were: Past International President
christ ( M r s . Keith 6 ) , Colleen Magnuson (Mrs. William K A ) and Edith Huntington Anderson B4>, Peg Kramer Crawford I , International
Joanne Zolomij (Mrs. Robert E A ) . Rush Chairman; Dorothy Matchett A T , member of the Board of
Directors; Robin Lee I and Ginger Banks U K , Traveling Secretaries,
132 and Patricia Jacobs Mottweiler 8, International Executive Vice
President.

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Sigma lota Chapter Dedicates
New House A t Western Illinois

Kathryn Jo Krebs, Sigma lota president, More than 200 A O I I s and their Sigma Iota which became a colony
and Pat Jacobs Mottweiler 6, International guests were present Sunday, April of A O I I in October, 1969, and was
Executive Vice President, preside over 16, when Sigma Iota Chapter's installed as a chapter April 3, 1970.
ribbon-cutting ceremonies officially opening sparkling new, contemporary resi-
Sigma lota Chapter's attractive, contem- dence, with overtones of French Groundbreaking for the house,
porary, new residence at provincial, at 1545 Riverview Drive, which was ready for occupancy in
Western Illinois University, Macomb. Macomb, 111., was dedicated and January of this year, was held in
followed by a reception. April, 1971.

Principal speakers at the cere- Mrs. Mottweiler and Sigma Iota
monies were Dr. John T . Bernhard, Chapter president, Kathryn Jo
president of Western Illinois Uni- Krebs, presided over the ribbon-
versity, and Pat Jacobs Mottwei- cutting ceremonies which officially
ler ©, International Executive Vice opened the house.
President.
Dedication ceremonies were fol-
Both emphasized, in their ad- lowed by a reception when guests
toured the house and gathered in the
dresses, the phenomenal growth of spacious dining room where they
were served refreshments informally.

Sigma lota's new home at Western Illinois, Macomb.

i

A view of the spacious dining room Jan Dillon and Jackie Hanson
display individual study facilities
Sigma lota Chapter members, Jackie in Sigma Iota's new residence.
Hanson, Jan Dillon and Debra Cecil, enjoy
facilities of the new house. 133

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Pat Mottweiler, Mrs. John T. Bernhard, Dr. Bernhard, president of AOII forms a fitting background for a group of regional and interna-
Western Illinois University and speaker at the house dedication, Mrs. tional dignitaries at dedication festivities. They are: Pat Mottweiler 0,
Aubrey Stevenson, corporation president, and Sigma lota Chapter June Conley 21, chapter adviser, Beth Fowler Vitoux I , Peg Kramer
president, Kathryn Jo Krebs, welcome guests to Crawford I , International Rush Chairman, and Dorothy Matchett A T ,
the dedication reception. representing the International Board of Directors.

Lambda Phi Celebrates

Birthday At New Address

Lambda Phi Chapter, University of Wisconsin-White-
water, celebrated its fifth birthday April 29 with an
open house given at its new address, a spacious, com-
fortable chapter house at 426 West North. The new
facilities will accommodate 18 women.

Representatives from the entire campus, plus a bevy
of regional and local alumnae officials and a contingent
from Phi Delta Chapter, Milwaukee, were present for
the occasion.

Representatives of all sororities and fraternities on
campus, where Lambda Phi's own Catherine Hamlin
serves as president of Panhellenic Council, were on
hand. They were received by Lambda Phi Chapter
president, Colleen McQuade.

Louisiana Alumnae Honor International President

Highlighting the annual spring
luncheon in April of Monroe Alum-
nae Chapter, Monroe, L a . , was a
visit by International President,
Eleanore MacCurdy of Bridgewater,
Mass., who presided over the instal-
lation ceremony for 1972-73 offi-
cers.

Miss Genevra Washburn I I , Mrs.
Charles Washburn AT, Mrs. Mac-
Curdy I A, Mrs. Brewer Godfrey AT
and Mrs. Edwin Rowan AT are
seen during this gala occasion.

During her Monroe visit, Mrs.
MacCurdy also was feted at a lunch-
eon given by the Monroe City Pan-
hellenic organization.

Principal speaker at this affair,
she was introduced by Miss Fran
Baldwin, Panhellenic adviser at
Northeast Louisiana University.
Mrs. MacCurdy chose as her subject
on this occasion, "Spring Has Come
To The Greeks."

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THE MOMENT OF DECISION

Decisions, decisions, decisions. reflections on membership by E L E A N O R E D . M A C C U R D Y
Did you ever think there would be (Iota Alpha)
so many and coming so close to- etched the sunset on your memory
gether when you pinned on your and the person someone with whom International President
A O I I badge? Did you realize the you could wish to share sisterhood.
privilege and responsibility inherent of a broken dream to the Big Sister
in that decision? Basically you were probably who gives us the know-how to solve
drawn to membership in A O I I by the impossible problem.
In Alpha Omicron Pi our colle- mutual attitudes, by similarities. Our
giate sisters have the freedom to founders, your sisters, whether col- Suddenly, when you least expect
choose those with whom they will legiates or alumnae have empha- it, you will realize that A O I I sister-
share the fun and friendship; the sized that you must not overlook a hood is precious. More precious
values and ideals of our founders. wholesome attitude toward indivi- than the ruby in your badge; more
We believe this is a privilege but to dual differences. In our fraternity we beautiful than the full blown red
share the ideals and to understand enjoy our similarities, but we also rose; more memorable than any one
them takes something special. Each respect our differences. star lit night for sisterhood is indeed
of you has met someone, heard a clasped hands for a way of life filled
lovely song, seen a beautiful sunset Friendship we could share with with love, friendship and under-
and they were special. If you were many but sisterhood is the privilege standing. The moment of decision
asked what made them so special we extend to that special person to that changed your life—your pledge
you could be at a loss for words. The share the dreams of our founders. and promise to Alpha Omicron Pi.
special quality is not one single char- With sisterhood we open the door
acteristic; it is a certain combination to our heart and our innermost AOII Produces
that made the music haunt you, that thoughts.
First Leaflet
Sisterhood includes so many things
from tears to laughter, from frustra- On Arthritis
tion to elation, from the heartache
Of special interest to AOII's of
AOII's Mary Prince Is Evansville's all ages and in every region of the
First Greek Homecoming Queen United States and Canada, is the
In Four Years news that the fraternity's first leaflet
about our arthritis activities is off
the press and available at Central
Office on special order at $.10 each.

It was produced by International
Philanthropic Chairman Patti Pen-
ning o and public relations expert,
Laura Perry A2, with the advice of
the Arthritis Foundation.

C R O W N I N G O F THE PRINCESS. Mary Prince, Chi Lambda—University of Evansville, niclc- Scholarship Winner
named "Princess," receives the crown signifying her victory as 1971 Homecoming Queen at
the homecoming game. Is Announced

For the first time in four years, a over the homecoming activities. Mrs. Constance Price Payne of
Greek was elected homecoming Since that time the independent Ithaca, New York, a 1950 graduate
queen at the University of Evans- lovelies on campus had held to the of Cornell University, is the recip-
ville. The lovely recipient of this title tenaciously, but only by win- ient of the Epsilon Corporation of
honor was Mary Prince, a sopho- ning slight victories over four A O I I Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority graduate
more nursing major and above all a first runner-ups. It took the con- fellowship for the academic year
member of AOII's Chi Lambda centrated, individual efforts of 1972-73, according to an announce-
Chapter. Mary's sisters, who totally believed ment made recently by Cornell Uni-
in their candidate, to win the coveted versity.
Four years earlier Susie Essig crown and trophy.
Moore, Chi Lambda, had reigned Mrs. Payne, who majored in
home economics will be working
To Dragma of A L P H A OMICRON P I — F A L L of 1972 towards a Master's degree of profes-
sional studies in communication arts.

The fellowship is available to any
qualified graduate woman from any
college or university and provides
$2,500 plus tuition and general fees.

All other qualifications being
equal, preference is given to a mem-
ber of Alpha Omicron Pi.

For information, write to the
Graduate School, Cornell Univer-
sity, Ithaca, New York 14850.

135

Taking The Store To The Customer

It isn't easy to try to cram a live Rush Trends Evaluated friend-making process. Students to-
octopus into a tuna fish can, but day yearn to be more than just a
that effort is similar to trying to fit number in the university commu-
current rush trends into neat little nity. Recognizing that they hold the
categories. Editor's Note: After serving a year weapon that combats such anonym-
as Traveling Secretary, Ginger ity, many Greeks are emphasizing
In some parts of the country, the Banks has accepted the newly cre- the worth and individual talents of
days of unstructured, no-holds- ated post of Traveling Consult- each prospective member during
barred rushing have given way to ant. A journalism major and a rush so that no new pledge feels as
more traditional, established meth- seasoned reporter, having worked if she is just "another body" in the
ods. This return to "the good ol' on The Texas Star, the all-Texas pledge class. This one-to-one ap-
days" has marked another in a con- Sunday magazine distributed with proach has been quite successful on
tinuing series of changes in Aquarian tlie Lone Star State's leading Sun- most campuses and is probably the
Age rush philosophy. day newspapers, she graciously has greatest contribution "liberalized"
rush techniques made to more tra-
During the last five to ten years, accepted the responsibilities, in the ditional ones. In other words, the
many Panhellenics bowed to the following article, of assessing cur- major slant in most chapters has
wishes of their member groups, rent rush trends. evolved from the chapter trying to
working on the premise that the sell itself superficially to each mem-
theme-skit-costume parties (which ber making a friend.
usually included herding rushees in BY GINGER BANKS
and out at specific times) were scar- (Pi Kappa) Finally, just as a wardrobe must
ing away potential pledges — and Special Chapter Assistant be colorful to be interesting, we are
rushees. On such campuses, the recognizing that the prism of chap-
rule books were practically thrown of friendliness, a large dose of ter programming must produce a
out the window so that more splashiness, and the salve of timed wide spectrum of activities to be
"natural" means of friend-making parties. They have concluded that appealing. The colorful array of
could be implemented. the prognosis for the Greek System social, philanthropic, friendship,
can be good if our practitioners rec- group, and individual activities
This laissez faire approach, while ognize the healing power of a com- must combine to produce an enticing
successful on some of the more lib- bination of treatments. kaleidoscope of Greek involvement.
eral and progressive campuses scat- Maybe there is not something in
tered throughout the country, often In spite of the varied fabric of sororities for everyone, but for
pollinates pandemonium for the rush approaches woven into the everyone who's in a sorority, there
Greeks and rushees. Many Panhel- Greek system in our recent history, must be something.
lenics seem to equate "informal" several threads are fairly distinctive.
with "unstructured" rush. The re- In one sense, the ever-changing
sult: confusion, consternation, and First, no matter what rush pattern of rush techniques and
chaos. framework is built by Panhellenics, philosophies could offer collegiates
chapters have learned that potential stimulation and excitement. Unfor-
members no longer clamor to their tunately, the challenge of obtaining
The free-and-easy rush generally doorsteps to purchase a bolt of new members is viewed as more of
caters to larger chapters. Because of Greek material. Gone are the days a burden than a pleasure by many
their size and resources, they seem of resting on our laurels and pocket- undergraduate sorority women.
perturbed by unstructured or infor- ing returns from previous successes.
mal rush. The smaller chapters are Big names now are not sufficient What we must realize is that in
in different boats. Not having as drawing cards for possible cus- rushing—as well as on all other fra-
many crewmen to pull the oars, tomers. ternal activities^—we must believe in
they begin facing rush with a sink ourselves. That, working coopera-
or swim attitude. Often, the smaller Our rush designers are cognizant tively with other variables (conver-
groups sink. of the need to get their seamstresses sation topics, the group atmosphere,
out of the shop to find possible buy- and reactions one member has to
While some campuses were going ers. I f you can't get the customers another) can make or break a rush.
overboard with freedom in rushing, to come to the store, take the store
others clung to the life preserver of to the customer. Keeping our fingers on the pulse-
party quotas, silence, structured This innovation in Greek market- beat of these fluctuations is impor-
parties, and splashy displays and ing has led our members to whip up tant. But we must also remember
skits. Although these buoyed them faculty-student coffee hours, sponsor that to keep our Greek boat afloat,
up in the rough seas wrought by guest speakers for the campus, and it takes the combined efforts of cap-
anti-Greek storms, many tides on instigate many campus and commu- tain and crew, collegiates and
such campuses have now begun to nity oriented service projects. alumni, panhellenics and chapters.
Working as a team, we can insure
turn toward more informality. Second, coupled with this surge the future steady course of the
It's almost as if Panhellenics have to reach out to those hidden poten- Good Ship Greek.
tial friends of the Greek System
viewed informal rush as an unreach- has been the birth of a new aware- At this time, we cannot predict
able, desirable, exotic piece of ness of the need for good publicity constant smooth sailing for that
candy. They have to try it at least and strong chapter and Panhellenic vessel. But we can be comforted in
once. Some have tried it and liked public relations programs. Letting the thought that the octopus of
it. But most seemed to have tried our light shine before men that they opposition, ignorance, and despair is
it, then called for an Alka-Seltzer. may see our good works is no longer looking more like a squid every day.

Consequently, many of these ail- just nice; it is a necessity.
ing groups prescribe old home reme- Third, more and more, we are
dies for their afflictions: an injection viewing rush as a person-to-person,

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For Winter And Spring Issues

Collegiate Reporters Alumnae Reporters
Sept. 15, 1972, your material and feature
Sept. 15, 1972, your material and feature stories for the winter issue of TO DRAGMA
stories for the winter issue of TO DRAGMA are due to the editor. Copy for the Spring
are due to the editor. Copy for the spring issue 1973, is due Dec. 15, 1972.
issue, 1973, is due Dec. 15, 1972. In addition to required reports, send spe-
cial features and pictures pertaining to in-
Send good black and white photographs dividual members who are president, presi-
to illustrate your points where possible. dent-elect or otherwise especially active in
your city's Panhellenic organization.
Send stories, including biographical data Send feature stories about chapter hap-
and pictures, of any chapter member who is penings, anniversaries, special events and
president or president-elect of your campus news concerning your individual members
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