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Published by Alpha Omicron Pi, 2015-10-05 15:41:20

1983 Fall - To Dragma

Vol. LXII, No. 12

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Convention 1983
Highlights Page 4

The €t>Hor$ Ptace

It's time to take a break in your busy The issue also lists those individuals Ruby Fund merged
fall schedule and review International who have generously given to the Devel-
Convention happenings as reported in opment Fund. Without these special con- Fraternity delegates to International
this issue. tributions, AOII's special projects would Convention have approved a resolution
be limited and our services to alumnae establishing the Ruby Fund as part of the
The convention was a resounding suc- and collegians would be less effective. Alpha Omicron Pi Philanthropic Founda-
cess. It was an opportunity f o r regions to tion.
get together . . . a variety of topics were Alumnae and collegiate chapters again
discussed during seminars . . . business provided many updates of their activities According to Ruby Fund directors the
meetings were active and to the point. and recognitions. f u n d no longer needs to exist as a sepa-
rate entity. As a charitable activity of the
You really missed an exciting week. Ideas Fraternity, i t w o u l d seem appropriate
Local convention chairmen were on top Remember ideas and suggests always that it be part of the Philanthropic Foun-
of everything and their efficiency allowed are welcome. Deadline for the Winter is- dation which was established to receive,
delegates to participate i n many, many sue is Oct. 15. administer and distribute funds f o r scien-
extra things. tific, educational and charitable pur-
ANNUAL MEETING poses.
Wonderful exhibits, exciting menus,
free time, and the chance to meet many KAPPA KAPPA Gifts f o r the Ruby Fund w i l l be ac-
other AOIIs—Convention really is an ex- counted f o r and distributed to assist sis-
perience each alumna should try. Nov. 6, 1983, 2 p.m. ters in need—as has been the fund's
Kappa Kappa suite charge since 1947.
Washington, D . C . , is the site of the Rogers Hall
1985 convention. W h y not plan to at- Ball State University The foundation also receives funds for
tend? Muncie, IN 47304 arthritis research grants.

Inside For more information, contact: Alumnae directory
Also as part of this issue is the Council Barbara A . Ottinger
Directory which is published f o r your 509 S. Rambler Road A l l telephone contact has been com-
convenience. Keep the directory so you Muncie, IN 47304 pleted by Harris Publishing Company,
can contact various Fraternity officers publishers of our official alumnae direc-
whenever you need to. tory. The purpose of the telephone con-
tact was to verify the information which
Perspectives the alumnae provided on the directory
questionnaires and the information cur-
I WE are the ones who decide who to rently held on alumnae records.
pledge.
A, A t the same time, the telephone repre-
Ginger K . Banks WE are the ones who serve as advisers sentatives of the publishing company in-
for collegians. vited alumnae to purchase personal cop-
Several years ago, a new member of ies of the directory.
AOIT's International Executive Board was WE are the ones who help determine
considering an impending decision that the fraternity's future. The directory is tentatively scheduled
affected the region she had recently for release in December. If you have not
served as Regional Vice President. The fact that WE (every member of A l - received your copy by Jan. 15, or if you
pha Omicron Pi) are THEY (the ones are interested in ordering a copy and
" I will be surprised if THEY [the Execu- who make the decisions) never was more have not heard f r o m the publisher, you
tive Board] decide to do such-and-such," apparent than it was during our 55th bi- may contact them directly at the follow-
she said. ennial convention in New Orleans. The ing address: Doreen Luff, Customer Serv-
WE philosophy prevaded every seminar, ice Representative, Bernard C. Harris
Another Board member smiled and re- punctuated every speech and guided ev- Publishing Company, Inc., 3 Barker Ave-
plied, "What do you mean if THEY de- ery decision. nue, White Plains, NY 10601.
cide they? We are THEY."
In fact, our theme for the 1981-83 bien- Hunt elected head
In so many phases of our fraternity nium, "Toward Tomorrow Together," Barbara Daugs Hunt, Phi Delta, Uni-
life, the same evolution occurs: suddenly had become much more than just a slo- versity of Wisconsin/Milwaukee, has
WE are THEY. gan; it was a guiding force throughout been elected president of the Alpha Omi-
the fraternity. cron Pi Philanthropic Foundation. She
succeeds M a r y Moore, Iota Sigma, Iowa
The positive energy generated during State University, in the leadership of the
1981-83 was apparent in the convention's foundation.
enthusiasm and in the biennium's accom-
plishments. A n d that energy will propel Vice president is Carolyn Huey Harris,
AOII to even greater achievements in the Lambda Sigma, University of Georgia;
coming years. Eleanor MacCurdy, Iota Alpha, Idaho
State University, w i l l serve as secretary
There is nothing that we cannot ac- while Marianne Carton, Upsilon, Univer-
complish together. sity of Washington, will be the founda-
tion treasurer.
After all, WE are THEY.

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Published since January, 1905 by 1O~DRAGMA

ALPHA OMICRON PI I ofalpha omicron pi
FRATERNITY, Inc.
Fall 1983 Vol. LXII, No. 12
Founded at Barnard College,
January 2, 1897 1983 Convention highlighted 4
International president elected 6
Founders JWH Cups awarded 7
Jessie Wallace Hughan DJF scholarships awarded 12
Helen St. Clair Mullan Pi Alpha installed 21
Stella George Stern Perry Offering an AC-IT hand 26
Elizabeth Heywood Wyman Chapter consultants begin year 27
The Founders were members of Alpha Chapter at
Barnard College of Columbia University and all MEMBER 2
COLLEGE FRATERNITY EDITORS ASSOCIATION 14
are deceased. 28
Departments 38
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O n the Cover

International Convention was a
week filled with special lunch-
eons and banquets, award pre-
sentations, meeting with alum-
nae like the Past International
Presidents who have supported
the Fraternity, and clever AOII
skits. A Convention review be-
gins on page 4.

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A note from Convention

Dear Sisters in Alpha Omicron Pi, other since college days. A l l this is evi-

I will sincerely try to convey to each of dence of the sisterhood A O I I holds for

you the experience of attending an Inter- you, its members.

national Convention. But before I even Among the many activities which are

begin, I know that it is impossible for me planned f o r those fortunate ones in at-

to give you the full benefit of my trip. tendance, are training sessions. These

Hopefully I can tantalize a few of you meetings are filled with concentrated pre-

i into planning to be i n Washington D.C. sentations on subjects such as Ritual,
in 1985. Rush, Philanthropic Projects, Scholar-

To begin with, you realize the large ship, and Alumnae M o t i v a t i o n . The

scope which our fraternity encompasses. sharing of ideas between chapters permits

Women f r o m every area of this continent everyone to pick up fresh and productive

smile and greet you in the elevators and programs. I n addition, common prob-

hallways as if they had known you for lems are discussed and "brainstorming"

years. A n d then you witness the loving results in innovative approaches to old

reunion of sisters who have not seen each situations.

MP / 7

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Mealtime becomes a challenge for ev- Truly anyone reading this letter can
ery member to "polish" her Rush tech- perceive that many helpful ideas and
niques for getting acquainted with new warm memories were taken from the
people. Each luncheon and dinner is Fairmont Hotel in New Orleans. It was a
"strategically" planned to mix up tremendous learning experience not to
convention-goers. As a result, new mention the unforgetable friendships
friendships form while you enjoy unbe- made with roommates, dinner compan-
lievably delicious meals. ions and other sisters.

But the most fundamental purpose of It is my deepest hope that one day y o u
Convention is the business of AOII. A n d each may be able to attain the feeling of
it must be said that the business meetings sisterhood and love that unfortunately
show every chapter how to get things ac- cannot be relayed through a letter.
complished yet still have f u n . These mod-
els of Parliamentary Procedure move at a Anita Owens, President
pace which is nothing but productive. Sigma Delta,
However, room f o r humor is always left Huntingdon College
in closing resolutions which serve to en-
tertain everyone.

A quick look at Convention
begins on the top left hand cor-
ner of page 4 with Karen A l -
ford at the Boutique. Then
clockwise across the two pages
are Susan Danko and Janine
DeMerschman ready for Mardi
Gras; the Collegiate Distin-
guished Service chapter presi-
dents; Roger White, nephew of
the late Margaret Bourke-
White who received the Wy-
man Award; Robin Beltramini
in the RVP skit; D.J.F. Board
Members Olga Vatcher, Lynne
Johnston and Margot Butler;
Marilyn Herman and Audrey
Humason; one of many special
exhibits; mother and daughter
Valerie and Pat (Sample)
Bendall; and Region I's spirited
Jeannie Sells.

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The 1983-85 Executive Board members include from the left, Helen sen Sutherlin, Theta; Peg Kramer Crawford, Iota; Barbara Daugs Hunt,
Claire McMahon, Rho; Teri Thomas Anderson, Theta Omega; Marilyn Phi Delta, and Melanie Nixon Doyle, Lambda Sigma.
Rose Herman, Upsilon; Virginia A . (Cinger) Banks, Pi Kappa; Kay Han-

Ginger Banks re-elected
International President

Virginia Anne (Ginger) Banks, Pi Kap- She is Director, Secondary School I m - the Little Rock Alumnae Chapter. Pres-
pa, University of Texas, has been elected provement Program for San Diego City ently Melanie is manager of Walken-
to a second term as International Presi- Schools. berger Luggage and Gifts.
dent of Alpha Omicron Pi.
Kay Hansen Sutherlin, Theta, De- Teri Thomas Anderson, Theta Omega,
Her work f o r the Fraternity has been Pauw, was elected Vice President/Fi- Northern Arizona University, begins her
extensive. She served as a traveling con- nance of the Fraternity. A member of the second two-year term on the Executive
sultant f r o m 1971-73. Ginger also has Executive Board since 1977, she has been Board. She has served as a traveling con-
been the Fraternity's administrative as- active at the local and regional levels of sultant f o r the Fraternity and later as a
sistant, Consultant Program Coordina- regional director and special collegiate
tor, International Rush Chairman and Aon. adviser.
Vice President/Operations. She is a school social worker with the
She is chairman of the English Depart-
She is managing editor of the Texas Indianapolis School System. ment at Santa Cruz (Ariz.) High School
Bar Journal. and an instructor at Central Arizona Jun-
Barbara Daugs Hunt, Phi Delta, Uni- ior College.
Peg Kramer Crawford, Iota, University versity of Wisconsin/Milwaukee, has
of Illinois, becomes Vice President/Oper- been elected to a four-year director's po- Beginning her first term on the Execu-
ations. She has served as International sition of the Executive Board. Earlier in tive is Helen Claire M c M a h o n , Rho,
Rush Chairman and Vice President /Ex- the year she had been elected to fill a va- Northwestern University. She has served
tension. cant board position. as regional director and regional vice
president for Region I and was a member
She is a research technician at the Uni- She has served as a regional director of the International Nominations Com-
versity of Chicago. and regional vice president for Region I I mittee. A n active member of the North-
and served on the colony selection com- ern Virginia Alumnae Chapter, Helen
The Fraternity's Vice President/Devel- mittee for Omicron Pi. Barbara, too, has served as president of the N . V . Alumnae
opment will be M a r i l y n Rose Herman, been president of the Milwaukee Alum- Panhellenic Association.
Upsilon, University of Washington, a nae Chapter.
member of the Executive Board since She is Manager, Special Projects, Na-
1977. She is a pre-school teacher. tional A i r and Space Museum, Smithso-
Melanie Nixon Doyle, Lambda Sigma, nian Institution in Washington, D.C.
Marilyn founded the Lambda Iota col- University of Georgia, begins a four year
ony at the University of California, San position on the Executive Board.
Diego, and has been active in A O I I activi- She has served as a regional director
ties since initiation. and vice president and has been active in

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Superior performance recognized

Alpha Gamma, Zeta earn JWH Cups

Superior performance by two chapters has been recognized by never self-satisfied and their self-assurance allows them to risk
the Executive Board w i t h the presentation of the Jesse Wallace change when their evaluations indicate need for change.
Hughan (JWH) Cup to both Alpha Gamma, Washington State
University, and Zeta, University of Nebraska. "Zeta's tradition of high ideals and standards are instilled in
every member," she added. "It is to its credit that the chapter
The JWH Cup was the first award in AOII and was granted to members dedicate themselves to strive for ever greater strength
Kappa chapter, Randolph-Macon, in 1915. It has been presented and excellence.
biennially since then except for the war years when no conven-
tions were held. "Regional officers and fraternity visitors remark about the
wonderful, yet simple friendships, the visible bonds of Fraternity
Jessie Wallace Hughan was an outstanding leader. As she love which is felt in the presence of Zetas and Alpha Gammas.
developed personally and professionally she became a role
model. Her merry b r o w n eyes attested to a great sense of humor. Both are top in rush. The two are models of excellence to
other Greek groups. The pair also have alumnae area and
She became a poet, author, teacher, politician and philoso- regional officers who extol their virtues and feel honored to be
pher. working with them.

"Both chapters have excelled in every area of chapter opera- By recognizing the two chapters which so exemplify the
tions, reported Executive Board Director Marilyn Herman. essence of A O I I ritual and whose lights radiate positive energy
"Both chapters continuously pledge and initiate their quota of and pride all of us can share, we w i l l provide our membership
outstanding young women. Having reached the top each works with the cooperative force which can guide us to a higher plane
toward perfection in every detail, details many don't even know of Fraternity achievement and esteem, she said.
are possibilities."
With recognition of Alpha Gamma and Zeta for their great
"Alpha Gamma's regional officers say that the chapter lives service to our Fraternity we announce that AOII is the source of
together in harmony, caring and sharing as a family . . . w i t h double greatness," Marilyn exclaimed.
excellence as its guide star," M a r i l y n said. 'These women are

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During Rose Banquet at Convention Executive Board Member Marilyn chapter, University of Nebraska, and Julie Elsensohn, right, president of
Herman, left, and International President Ginger Banks, third from left, Alpha Gamma, Washington State University.
presented JWH Cups to Tamela Leise, second from left, president of Zeta

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Stellas OIJ Tron/r

SttrrjJ I 1

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Convention goers will remember Barbara Kenny, top left, with Stella's trunk; and going clockwise,
- Tandy Rice, opening banquet speaker; discussions of AOII history with Nancy McCain, Jesse

Marie Cramer, Mary Louise Roller and Ginger Banks; Mary Moore with D r . Joseph Biundo, AOII
Philanthropic Foundation award recipient from Louisiana State University; Janie Callaway at a
business session; and Local Convention Chairman Schulyer Louapre.

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AOII's Executive Board (with Administrative Director Sue Lewis, second from left) always manage to bring a festive spirit to every Convention.

Grandmother enjoys convention via a 'special sister'

By Gladys Cross Elsensohn, Alpha I this point. I received an excited phone
call f r o m her telling me that her choice of
G a m m a , Washington State • the 14 sororities on the campus had been
Aon.
University "3
This morning I put my granddaughter O u r belonging to this same group has
on the plane to go to New Orleans to at- Alpha Gamma President Julie Elsensohn with enriched my life. One of the most re-
tend the AOIl international convention. I her grandmother Gladys Cross Elsensohn, also warding experiences was joining the cir-
could have gone along and attended as an an Alpha Gamma. cle of sisters to witness her initiation. I
alumnae delegate, but the span of years am sure when she saw her grandmother
between us seemed to say—enjoy this ex- in a cermonial robe along with the colle-
perience through her. gians it was her first realization we had
become sisters of the same sorority. A
M y thoughts went back to three years few tears were shed by both of us. 1 have
ago at the time of fall rush. M y grand- served my alumnae chapter as president
daughter was going through rush at my and worked in panhellenic for the past
alma mater, Washington State Universi- fifty years and now I have gained a re-
ty, where 50 years ago I pledged Alpha newed interest in our collegiate chapter.
Gamma chapter of AOII. Now my grand- When I learned they had won the honor
daughter was going through rush at the of being chosen as the international out-
same university. I wanted her to have a standing chapter receiving the Jesse Wal-
good all around rush and I was pleased lace Hughan Cup my pride was over-
that I could tell her that Alpha Omicron whelming. I keep m y alumnae sisters up
Pi was doing very well on the campus. to date on every award they receive. I
M y first and foremost wish was that she was proud to report to them Julie was
would find and choose the sorority that elected president of the chapter. What a
would be right for her. I certainly wanted joy it has been to me after belonging to
her to be aware of my sorority but, more A O I I f o r 50 years to have a granddaugh-
importantly, I wanted her to be happy. ter share "this time of my life" in this
very special way.
I had no contact w i t h Julie until the
day rush was over on the WSU campus. I 9
thought it was best if I did not interfere at

Regional director honored during DSA given chapters

1983 International Convention Five alumnae chapters were presented
Distinguished Service Awards.
The Regional Director Award was giv- Ann McClanahan Gilchrist
en to A n n McClanahan Gilchrist, Theta, Theta The five h o n o r e d were K n o x v i l l e ,
DePauw University. Greater Pinellas, Chicago West Subur-
Recognition given ban, Nashville, and Evansville Tri-State.
The director, according to her regional for philos, service
vice president, is soft-spoken and gentle Other finalists were Chicago North-
in her approach, but doesn't hesitate to Two awards were presented to alum- west Suburban, Dallas, Greater Kansas
call a spade a spade when necessary. nae chapters who exemplified outstand- City, Northern Virginia, St. Louis,
ing Panhellenic and philanthropic spirit Southern Orange County and Tulsa.
"She maintains very high aspirations during the last two years.
for her chapters and helps the members Certificate of Achievements were
work to f u l f i l l them. She never ignores a The Philos Award which honors the earned b y 45 alumnae chapters.
chapter concern or problem and ap- one alumnae chapter in whose city the
proaches every situation with fairness, Panhellenic spirit is best exemplified was The award honors well rounded alum-
extensive knowledge of A O I I procedures, given to the St. Louis (Mo.) Alumnae nae chapters for excellence in service to
calmness, good common sense and perse- Chapter. The Tulsa and Atlanta alumnae their communities, collegiate chapters,
verance. chapters earned citations for their Pan- philanthropic projects, City Panhellenic
hellenic efforts. and for their outstanding programming
Her chapters rate her work "Outstand- designed to meet the needs of their mem-
ing". They are impressed by her knowl- The Philanthropic Award was earned bership and to promote and support the
edge, her dedication, the quality of her by Greater Pinellas (Fla.) Alumnae Chap- activities of the Fraternity.
work and frequency of her communica- ter. Citations f o r philanthropic service
tions, and her ability to relate well to also went to Evansville Tri-State and the Nashville alumnae
both collegians and alumnae. San Jose alumnae chapters. earn award

In addition to the w o r k w i t h assigned The award honors an alumnae chapter The Nashville Alumnae Chapter has
chapters, A n n often is called on to write for outstanding philanthropic achieve- earned the Membership Program Award.
and conduct training session for chapter ments, fulfilling international quota and
officers and regional personnel. She has contributing money and time to local W i t h 50 members t w o years ago, the
contributed to manual revisions and projects. chapter has increased its membership to
served on numerous special committees. 116 members representing more than 30
She helped extensively w i t h the recoloni- collegiate chapters.
zation of Theta chapter during the bien-
nium. The Dallas Alumnae Chapter received
a citation for its membership efforts dur-
Ann is entering her 12th year as a re- ing the last biennium.
gional director.
The Dallas chapter membership efforts
Corporations cited paid off w i t h a 95 percent increase in paid
memberships since 1981.
The Adele K . Hinton Award was given to Past The Outstanding Corporation Award
International President Mary Dee Drummond, went to Zeta Corporation, University of The award is made to honor the alum-
Alpha Phi. More about this outstanding alum- Nebraska. nae chapter w i t h the most outstanding
na and her latest award will be a part of the membership recruitment/retention pro-
Winter issue. Citations were awarded to Alpha gram.
Gamma Corporation, Washington State
University; Alpha Chi Corporation, Carolyn Wyatt, Sigma Omicron, Arkansas
Western Kentucky University, and Pi State University, received the Muriel McKinny
Kappa Corporation, University of Texas. award for her work as a chapter adviser at Sig-
ma Omicron chapter.
During each biennial convention cor-
porations which exemplify sound finan-
cial management and efficient Corpora-
tion Board operations are recognized.

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International collegian awards Chapters recognized

Perry Award '83 given Ten collegiate chapters were recog-
nized w i t h the Distinguished Service
Kathryn Elizabeth " K i t t y " Byrne, past pha Omicron Pi. Awards during International Conven-
president of Alpha Gamma chapter, K i t t y is a truly remarkable young tion.
Washington State University, received
the Perry Award during International woman, Jesse said. She exhibits a maturi- The chapters are Alpha Gamma,
Convention Rose Banquet July 2 i n New ty and self-confidence not often found in Washington State University; Chi Lamb-
Orleans. even older, more experienced women. da, University of Evansville; Iota, Uni-
She demands of herself and achieves the versity of Illinois; Delta Pi, Central Mis-
The Perry Award, established by the highest of standards in conduct and in the souri State University; Lambda Sigma,
Council of A l p h a O m i c r o n Pi at the 1959 performance of her responsibilities. University of Georgia; Omega, Miami
convention and first awarded at the 1961 Through confident i n her abilities, she is University; Omicron, University of Ten-
convention, honors Founder Stella warm, kind and unassuming. nessee; Phi Sigma, Kearney State Col-
George Stern Perry. lege; Tau Delta, Birmingham-Southern
She represents the best i n woman- College, and Zeta, University of Ne-
Stella was not only the first National hood—genteel, dignified, respected, de- braska.
President of Alpha Omicron Pi, serving ' pendable, creative, hard-working, sincere
f r o m 1898 to 1905, but was as well the and persevering. The award is given to honor well
first president of Alpha chapter, the first rounded, top-notch chapters f o r their ac-
of AOLTs chapters. She was a champion Kathryn E. Byrne tivities, scholarship, service to campus,
of the young; AOII was theirs to build Alpha Gamma college, community, internal quality, re-
and cherish. lations with international, financial re-
Kitty was a nominee for Greek Woman sponsibility and training programs for a
She insisted upon simplicity, dignity of the Year and Outstanding Senior two-year period.
and integrity in all that we do and there- Woman. She was active in M o r t a r Board,
fore, it is appropriate that the award to Order of Omega and Spurs and Alpha Honored for scholarship
honor her and carry her name go each Phi Sigma honoraries. The award recipi-
year to the one collegiate president, who, ent maintained a 3.66 grade point and re- The McCausland Cup which honors
b y outstanding service to her chapter, ex- ceived her bachelor's degree in criminal the collegiate chapter with the most out-
ceptional inspiration to its members, and justice with a corrections and juvenile standing scholarship f o r the past two
recognition by the administration and fel- justice option. years went to Tau Delta chapter, Bir-
low students of her college or university, mingham Southern.
typifies the Alpha Omicron Pi so beloved "This young lady feels that it is not the
by Stella George Stern Perry, explained duty of a president to dominate or gov- Scholarship Cups were awarded to
Jesse Marie Senor Cramer, Past Interna- ern, but to act as a catalyst f o r others," Kappa Delta, Wright State University;
tional President and chair of the Perry Jesse added. "She led by example. By de- Phi Omicron, Hanover College; Kappa
Award Committee. manding much of herself and of those Omicron, Southwestern at Memphis;
who worked w i t h her, she has kept the Tau Delta, Birmingham Southern; Phi,
The committee includes three past i n - standards of her chapter high. The excel- University of Kansas; N u Omicron, Van-
ternational presidents—Jesse, Norma lence she demands of herself leads others derbilt, University, and Iota, University
Ackel and Janie Callaway. to meet her standards. of Illinois.

The Perry A w a r d is the highest distinc- "Her positive and forthright attitude Awards earned
tion given to a collegiate member of A l - has permeated the entire chapter. I feel
sure that Stella would not only approve, A number of collegiate chapters were
Rush excellence cited but would also applaud our selection of recognized for their Panhellenic and phil-
the 1983 Perry A w a r d recipient. She is anthropic efforts during the last bien-
Three chapters earned the international truly an inspiration to us all—collegians nium.
A w a r d for Excellence in rush. and alumnae."
The Philos Award which honors a col-
The three winners (categorized to size) legiate chapter on whose campus the Pan-
were Lambda C h i , LaGrange College hellenic spirit is best exemplified was
(Ga.), Phi Sigma, Kearney State College give to Lambda Sigma, University of
(Neb.), and Zeta, University of Ne- Georgia. Citations for the award were
braska. given to Kappa Tau, Southeastern Louisi-
ana, University, and to Chi Lambda,
The three exemplify excellent formal University Evansville.
rush, achieve and maintain total, initiate
large percentage of pledges, solicit MIFs The Philanthropic Award which recog-
and use membership selection, maintain nizes the collegiate chapter with the most
year round program to promote rush outstanding philanthropic achievements,
success. etc., was earned by Gamma Sigma,
Georgia State University. Citations went
Cooperation cup given to Kappa Kappa, Ball State University,
and to Zeta, University of Nebraska.
Chi Lambda, University of Evansville,
won the Headquarters Cooperation Cup. Kappa Tau received honorable men-
tion for its philanthropic efforts.
The award recognizes the collegiate
chapter maintaining the best communica-
tions and records with Headquarters.

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J. Stumpf T. Leise D. J. Schacht

DJF Scholarships awarded

The Diamond Jubilee Foundation of D'Ann Pruitt, Lambda Sigma, Univer-
Alpha Omicron Pi has awarded 19 under- sity of Georgia, will graduate next year
graduate and three graduate scholarships w i t h a bachelor's degree in education.
totaling $15,800, reported Karen Tucker,
Delta Delta, chairman of the Scholarship Dana Jane Schacht, Zeta Psi, East Car-
Committee. olina University, plans to complete her
degree in biochemistry in 1985.
Included in the number is a scholarship
given in memory of Virginia Parks by the Region IV
Tulsa Alumnae Chapter. Nancy Kim, Iota, University of Illi-

The DJF scholarship winners for 1983- nois, w i l l complete her degree in finance
84 are listed by region. next year.
Region I
Kay Anne Kuckewich, Kappa Alpha,
Audrey Latham, Sigma Tau, Washing- Indiana State University, will complete
ton College, will graduate next year with her bachelor's degree in medical technol-
a bachelor's degree in biology. ogy next year.

Lisa Pacenza, Sigma Chi, Hartwick Joan Stumpf, Iota, University of Illi-
College, graduates in 1984 with a B . A . nois, plans to complete her degree in inte-
degree in English. rior design in 1985.
Region II
Region V
Jeanne Eskau, Phi Delta, University of Tamela A n n Leise, Zeta, University of
Wisconsin, w i l l graduate in 1984 with a
bachelor's degree in zoology. Nebraska, received the Muriel T. McKin-
Region III ney A w a r d which is given in honor of the
founder of the Diamond Jubilee Founda-
Jennifer Horton, Lambda Chi, La- tion. Tamela will complete her bachelor's
Grange College, graduates in 1984 w i t h degree in accounting next year.
B.A. in commercial art.
Julie Spotts, Theta Chi, Morningside
Jennifer Perdew, Gamma Omicron, College, w i l l receive her bachelor's degree
University of Florida, will finish her de- in elementary education next year.
gree in finance next year.

/

J

T. Simpson A. Piwetz

D. Whitley ]. Eskau N.Kim K. Morauski D. Totich

Region V I Karen Ann Morauski, of Port Wash- C . Causey
Theresa Simpson, Alpha Phi, Montana ington, Wis., a Phi Delta from the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin/Milwaukee. She re- Undergraduate,
State University, will receive a bachelor's ceived the Helen Haller Award which Graduate and
degree in biology next year. recognizes the first scholarship chairman
of the Foundation. Karen plans to earn a Returning
Deanna Whitley, Beta Rho, University law degree f r o m Creighton University Alumnae
Law school. Scholarships are
of Montana, receives her degree in micro- available through
Donna Jean Totich, Omega X i , More- the Diamond
biology next year. head State University, plans to continue Jubilee
at M S U to earn a master's degree in Foundation.
Region VII clothing/textiles.
Alida Marie Blanc, Lambda Tau,
Anne Worsham Zipp, N u Omicron,
Northeast Louisiana University, will earn Vanderbilt University, plans to work on
a bachelor's degree in pharmacy next her master's degree in counseling at Van-
year. derbilt.

Cynthia Anne Swartzfager, Kappa Since the first $50 scholarship in 1962,
Tau, Southeastern Louisiana University, more than 330 awards totaling in excess
w i l l complete her bachelor's degree in ele- of $120,000 have been provided by the
mentary education next spring. foundation.

Andrea Piwetz, Kappa Tau, Southeast- Selection
ern Louisiana University, plans to receive The selection for next year's awards be-
her degree in communications in 1986. gins in January when application forms
are mailed to collegiate chapter presi-
Laura Prochaska, Delta Beta, Universi- dents. Completed forms, signed by the
ty of Southwestern Louisiana, will earn chapter adviser, must be received by the
her degree in public relations, computer scholarship chairman by March L
science and mathematics next year. She is
the recipient of the Tulsa Alumnae Chap- Financial need, scholarship, chapter
ter scholarship to honor Virginia Parks. and campus activities all are important
Region VIII considerations in the selection process.

Caroline Causey, Theta Omega, All undergraduate applicants are noti-
Northern Arizona University, will com- fied by May 15.
plete her bachelor's degree in sociology
next year.

The three graduate scholarships were
awarded to the following:

Completed
applications due

March 1

For information, write
Karen Tucker

DJF Scholarship Chairman
500 E 77th St., Apt. 1815

New York, N.Y. 10162

C . Swartzfager J. Spotts A.LeBanc K. Kuckewich

Collegiate Chapter Commentaries

KAPPA PI SIGMA CHI The living room was transformed into
Hartwick College "Maurice's" mortuary, and an old story-
Ohio Northern U. teller gave the children a last dose of
The Sigma Chi chapter house on 17 scares.
The Kappa Pi chapter at Ohio North- Maple Street was once a funeral home.
ern University is as busy as ever w i t h The project netted over $200 for A r -
many activities and lots of happenings. It has the look of a stately old man- thritis Research. They are also proud that
sion, complete with a long winding stair- they were able to entertain the communi-
To catch everyone up, the chapter had case, sloped attic rooms, and heavy ty children and share their concern for
a great spring rush. It also won three out wooden sliding doors. So when it came the philanthropy with the Oneonta citi-
of the five events sponsored during Greek time f o r the AOIIs to choose a philan- zens.
Week. A t the annual Campus Chest, a thropy fund-raise, it was natural that
night full of f u n and games in which all of someone should suggest a Halloween The w i n d is rising, the October chill is
the money spent is given to charity, our Haunted House. settling in, and dark shadows are once
booth, the ACT! Jail, and our Campus again forming around the attic of the
Chest Queen candidate, Jill Painter, both Last Halloween after months of plan- A O I l House. Where w i l l you be on this
came in first. The sisters have worked on ning, the lines formed on the front porch Oct. 29?
other fund-raising projects including sell- for the first tour of the evening. Area
ing bagels dorm to dorm, painters hats children and their parents, lured by the THETA CHI
for Greek Week and selling balloons for radio, newspaper and poster coverage,
Valentine's Day. eagerly paid their dollars to get their Morningside College
spooks reported Lisa Pacenza.
Besides being fund-raisers this year, The spring semester was a busy one f o r
they have been very involved on campus Tour guides led the guests along dark the women of Theta C h i . The semester
also. Many sisters belong to the various hallways filled with darting ghosts and began with the initiation of four fall
organizations. Sisters have also been zombies. I n the kitchen a mad scientist pledges and the installation of new offi-
tapped into Mortar Board, work at the was mixing a secret brew. In the base- cers. In January Theta Chi also received a
college radio station, newspaper and ment, a graveyard loomed, and in the visit from Regional Director Vanessa
yearbook, and the list goes on, reported diningroom, six sisters sat cobwebbed Batey.
Katie Pietrykowski. and frozen for their "dead-man's dinner."
Shortly after Vanessa'a visit the chap-
'Hlflf 1 1 1 ter set to w o r k on developing a new and
functioning corporation board and infor-
! mal rush.

It February was a busy month for the
chapter. It began with Sheaf Week. Some
projects for the week were a bake sale,
raffle, free throw contest, and a commu-
nity service project of scraping car win-
dows. Later in the month the women re-
laxed at an informal party, "February
Follies."

March came in like a lamb and brought
with it Greek Week. Greek Week activi-
ties included a talent show, road race,
and a community service project of kid-
napping for can goods.

W i t h the end of the semester drawing
near April brought two major sorority
functions. The first was inspiration week
and the initiation of all six pledges. The
second event was a very successful Rose
Formal.

M a y 8 was graduation here at M o r n -
ingside College and our last sorority
event was a graduation open house for
our five seniors, reported Julie Spotts.

Tour guide Lisa Pacenza, Sigma C h i , greets vampire Nicki Denu as the trip through the Haunted UPSILON
House begins.
U . of Washington
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What's a great way to spend a Satur-
day and make spring quarter even more
enjoyable than usual? It's Sigma Chi Der-
by Days.

For the second year in a row, Upsilon
chapter, at the University of Washington,
triumphed in the annual day of intense

fun and laughter. standing service, best improvement, and Service f r o m the chapter is at a high. It
With the leadership of Derby Days all other deserving services. had an alumnae day which turned out to
be a great day for all. Phi Omicron
chairmen Therese McKee and Jeanne Co- NU LAMBDA planned to help philanthropic projects by
hen, and the efforts of chapter sisters, U . of Southern C a l . having a car wash, an ice cream social,
Upsilon raised over $2000 f o r the Variety visiting nursing homes, and support to a
Club Charity. A sparkling new trophy, Nu Lambdas won't easily forget their drug rehabilitation center.
"Fundraising Champions," n o w rests on Spring Luau. Dressed in flowered attire
the shelf where the gamesday trophy was and lais and escorted by dates, no one LAMBDA IOTA
formerly displayed. would have ever guessed that they U of Cal-San Diego
weren't in Hawaii.
Members, however, still found time to Things finally slowed down after put-
take part in other activities. Co-rec teams The annual fashion show was a suc- ting in all efforts for spring Rush. The
included ones f o r soccer and Softball. A t cessful money raiser. N u Lambda's sen- work was worth it though for now the
night, exchanges and song practices dom- iors modeled outfits perfect for beautiful chapter has eight new pledges. This
inate. Upsilon exchanged "On the Farm" summer weather. The clothes were pro- brings a total of nineteen new women for
with Zeta Psi the end of March to bring vided by Fashion Conspiracy, and the this year which is quite an accomplish-
in the new quarter with a bang, and event was sponsored by Mother's Club, ment.
joined Kappa Sigs f o r a barbeque i n added Karen Anderson.
April. After the spring scholarship din- The Miss San Diego Pageant was held
ner, organized by Scholarship Chairman Members met for a Rush Workshop on mid-April and two sisters were contes-
Kelly Perry for April 20, the chapter July 30. Everyone looked refreshed and tants. Kathy Feeney place second runner
surfed next door to Delta Upsilon for a enthusiastic for A u g . 28-Sept. 2 for Rush up and Jill Eggebraaten placed in the top
wild beach exchange. School and Sept. 3-Sept. 13 f o r our Rush. ten. Member Sue Stone was awarded the
The new collegians were bubbling over Pasadena Panhellenic and San Diego
Nights are not all social events, with excitement and anticipation of being Panhellenic Scholarship Awards.
though. Greek Week events filled the on "the other side" of Rush.
week from April 24-30. Sisters of Lambda Iota made careful
W preparations for the annual "Rose Ball."
Members joined the Greek Week-spon- This year it was held at the Hotel Del in
sored car wash to benefit the new local : Coronado, one of the most exclusive ho-
food bank. Several also volunteered their tels in San Diego, added April Villiard.
time to register people f o r the 1983 so
March of Dimes Walk-America walk-a- Kathie Fuchs was busy as producer of
thon. Omega Xi's Skate-a-thon. the Revelle Players annual musical. This
year's musical was "How To Succeed In
OMEGA XI PHI OMICRON Business Without Really Trying."
Hanover College
Morehead State IOTA SIGMA
The chapter is very excited about its Iowa State U .
Omega X I has started a new tradition accomplishments last spring.
involving our philanthropy!! The strides that Iota Sigma chapter has
The most exciting accomplishment was made in the past year are definitely over-
This year they wanted to do something increasing membership by 86%. With whelming. Its trophy collection has been
different and exciting for their philan- only 22 members they received 19 new experiencing a population explosion and
thropy, and certainly met that goal. Don- women through winter and spring rush, 7 it all began with the musical talents of
na Totich, philanthropic chairman, sug- of which are still pledges. T w o AOIIs AOTI, combined with some stupendous
gested a skate-a-thon, thus the birth of serve on the Executive Board of the Pan- voices from the men of Farmhouse Frater-
the annual AOTI Skate-a-thon for Arthri- hellenic Council. Jennifer Smith is the nity.
tis. The Skate-a-thon began at 10 p.m. on Panhellenic Rush Chairman, which
a Friday and lasted until 10 a.m. on Sat- turned out to be quite a job since she is Having worked diligently, the pair
urday morning. There were approximate- the first person to hold the recently-creat- made it into the Greek Sing Finals to be
ly 120 participants. More than $2000 was ed office. Also on the Executive Board is held on the day of Greek Olympics. They
collected. Part of the money was taken to Melinda Garner, treasurer. went on to w i n second place in the finals,
an Arthritis Telethon in Louisville, Kent., along with placing in a variety of other
and given in the name of AOLT, and the Two seniors received high honors from events throughout the week. Led by spir-
rest was sent to Nationals f o r Arthritis the college last term. Jane Huffman was ited co-chairs, Carol Wee and K i m Jep-
Research. given the Hanover College nomination sen, the AOIIs took first place in a collec-
for the Rhodes Scholarship, and Anne tion of Campbell Soup labels to be used
Members also participated in many Riddick received the Meece Literary to help buy equipment and other supplies
other activities on campus during the se- A w a r d for her fine w o r k in poetry. Sev- for area schools. The chapter placed sec-
mester. The bi-annual Chili Supper was eral juniors were in on the awards when ond in the annual blood drive, and ran
in February. The chapter also had a rum- Martha and Ruth Lutz were given an away with a couple of olympic events.
mage sale, attended basketball games, award f o r journalism as co-editors fo the Overall Iota Sigma placed second among
and, last but not least, participated in in- yearbook. The two also were inducted sororities, with Farmhouse partners tak-
tramurals and Greek Week on campus. into Mortar Board, a senior honorary so- ing top honors for the week.
ciety.
Omega Xi's biggest event this semester Iota Sigma's tremendous athletes came
was its Leadership/Scholarship Banquet. shining through in one weekend. One
Rocky Adkins, a Morehead State basket- April Saturday, the members of the for-
ball player with an arthritic condition, mal and informal pledge classes earned
was presented a plaque for his great ac- the champion trophy in the Junior Greek
complishments. Olympics, indicating the potential suc-

We are also awarding a scholarship to 15
an incoming freshman in honor of A d -
kins, reported Pam Jibb. After dinner
awards were given for best GPAs, out-

cesses in store for this house in the years rm Six of its members were accepted to
to come. Mortar Board, a national senior honor-
Valerie Bendall, Delta Delta ary society.
The very next day some members spent
an entire day on the Softball fields. The events. Greek Week was similar to Derby Seven Alpha Phi members were accept-
many bumps and bruises proved worth with a variety of events held every day. ed into Spurs. This is an honorary sopho-
it, however, when they acquired the title Rounding off Greek Week was the fund more student service organization for the
of Mary House Softball Champs. This is raiser held by the brothers of Kappa Sig- MSU campus.
an annual event put on by the men of ma and the sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi.
Tau Kappa Epsilon in memory of one of The fund raiser was called A-Day Ren- Several AOIIs were nominated for
their daughters who died of cancer, with dezvous, kicking off Auburn's intersquad awards given during Women's Day of
proceeds going to the American Cancer football game held every spring, reported Recognition. Montana State University
Society. One of our newest freshmen Kaye Hutchins. nominates students from the entire cam-
pledges, Pam Kuiper, didn't waste any pus, then selects individuals f o r several
time in displaying her talent, and was Dena Crews, Julie Evans and Suzie awards that are given. Four women ap-
chosen as Most Valuable Player of the West were chosen as Auburn majorettes. plied and were accept into Order of Ome-
tournament, added Terri Miranowski. A l l three are returning to perform on the ga honorary.
football field for another year.
ZETA PSI OMEGA OMICRON
East Carolina University ALPHA PHI Lambuth College
Montana State
Members began Spring Break with Omega Omicron chapter at Lambuth
trips to Florida beaches and then returned Along with a new year came a new College has had an exciting Spring semes-
to many spring campus activities. outlook for the women in the Alpha Phi ter beginning with the initiation of four-
chapter at Montana State University. A teen beautiful pledges followed by the in-
Parents' Day came and then members lot of hard work has been devoted to i m - stallation of new officers.
began working on a f u n d raiser to pick proving scholarship and achievement.
the best Playboy bunny. Members later Omega Omicron took second place in
helped at election booths during student Fall '82 they were ranked as fifth out of campus-wide "All-Sing;" and, two sister,
government elections. seven sororites in grades. Winter quarter Kristin Climer and Ede Harrison, were
found them heading the list with a num- first and f o u r t h runners-up in the Miss
After Easter Vacation members joined ber one status! Lambuth Pageant. Activities f o r the se-
in all the action of Greek Week. As the mester including a coffee honoring the
term ended seniors were inducted into The Scholarship Committee comprised Lambuth staff and faculty, and a banquet
alumnae status. of Gwen Korb, Beth Torgerson and Gina honoring seniors. Also, the chapter took
Worring played a role in recognizing the first place in intramural swimming. The
DELTA DELTA problem and solving it. Quiet hours were highlight of the year came with the for-
Auburn University established as well as designated study mal, Rose Ball, which was held aboard
areas. One idea was particularly reward- the Memphis Queen I I riverboat on the
So much f o r grades! W i t h the begin- ing for the house: a room on campus was Mississippi River.
ning of spring quarter, April showers reserved for a house study session. Sister-
brought more than May flowers. They ly support and cooperation made it a use- KAPPA TAU
bring Sigma Chi Derby, Greek Week, ful and productive experience. S. E. Louisiana U.
elections, rush workshop, and much,
much more. In bringing the problem to our atten- Kappa Taus reports things are definite-
tion we were able to support each other ly coming up roses for them.
The Delta Deltas had plenty of excite- in developing good study habits—togeth-
ment rounding off winter quarter. Par- er, and it worked, emphasized Linda To begin a trip down memory lane for
ents' Day, a Mothers' Club meeting, and Vogel. the Spring of 1983, let's begin with Greek
a banquet brought the sisters and their Week on SLU's campus.
parents together for a day. Step-Sing was
a thrilling event as the women brought This year has been a big success for the
home the second place trophy as well as Greeks, especially for the AOIIs!! During
the trophy for the most original perform- Greek Week, they received many honors
ance! Later, they were asked to do an en- such as Overall Sorority Greek Week
core performance at a local nursing Winner, first place at Songfest, second
home. runner up in the Miller Organizational
Sweepstakes, and one of the most memo-
Valerie Rhea Bendal w o n the title of rable moments was AOII's nominee, Ann
1983 Alabama Maid of Cotton. Melody Blaize receiving Most Outstanding Fe-
Ann Bush was selected alternate in the male Greek for 1983!!!
contest which was held in Huntsville,
Ala. Karen Bynum was selected to be a A t the annual Spring Honors Convoca-
War Eagle Girl, joining Monique Key tion, five Kappa Taus received Green "S"
who was selected last year. The War Ea- A w a r d for their service to SLU and the
gle Girls are the official hostesses of the Community. They were Cindy
university. They show visitors around Swartzfager, Gwynne Purvis, Mary
the campus. Auburn's reputation hinges Pellecchia, Grade Pelagio, and Michele
on the effectiveness with which they do Kidd.
their job.
Kappa Taus has been putting forth a
Now for the fun! Sigma Chi Derby in- lot of effort towards their philanthropic
volved various events in which the frater- duties. For instance, together with Delta
nities and sororities competed for points. Tau Delta fraternity, they raised $500 by
The Delta Deltas second in the field holding an Arthritis Can Shake. This

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money went to the Arthritis Foundation. Anne Powell, while an extremely ac- AOn EMPORIUM GIFT
They also donated $3,000 to the AOII tive member in AOII, was busy this year CERTIFICATE
Philanthropic Foundation. Another proj- breaking records left and right during the
ect that Kappa Taus enjoyed this spring UE swim season. She was selected to be a The AOII Emporium
was raising money for Special Olympics, member of Mortar Board. has so much to offer
in which they were able to raise $300 by that if you can't de-
selling a mail-a-way film. The annual Rock-a-thon was a success cide what's the best
bringing in $1200 f o r the Arthritis Re- gift for giving, choose
Every Spring we have a family/alum- search Foundation. Other philanthropic a gift certificate in-
nae day dinner. This year we had an ex- projects included raising over $600 in the stead. Sure to please any big sis', lit-
ceptionally great turnout. It was held on Phi Tau Derby Day for the American tle sis' or alum. Can be purchased in
A p r i l 17 in which we had the distinct Cancer Society and helping the Lambda any amount.
privilege of having our RD, Frankie Rob- Chis raise money for the March of Dimes
erts, attend. They presented our Rush with road blocks throughout the city. Name
and Songfest Skits for the parents and Moreover, several sisters volunteered Address
alumnae. their time in the Arthritis telethon. The
Chi Lambda chapter kept busy through- Amount
THETA OMEGA out the year doing projects with the girls
Northern Arizona U. at the Washington Hillcrest Home. Item

The highlight of Theta Omega's semes- Ending the year with f u n , the Spring Order from Int'l Headquarters, 3821 Cleghorn,
ter came in December. As snow was fall- Formal was a huge success and many Nashville, T N 37215.
ing in Flagstaff, the chapter decided to awards were given to recognize the hard
head down to sunny Phoenix and hold work and involvement of sisters in Chi The biggest attraction of the evening
the Christmas formal at a beautiful resort Lambda. was the special celebrity guest, Mick
there. Luckhurst, kicker for the Atlanta Fal-
Spring Weekend was a special time at cons. Mick was swamped for autographs.
Spring semester was kicked off with a UE. The bike team who had practiced The newly named AOII honorary Big
decision to redecorate our chapter room. long hours during the rain or shine, re- Brother led the opening of the games with
By utilizing the talents of interior design- ceived a 3rd place trophy in the annual a prayer and provided information about
er and alum, Tracey Ragel, the obsolete Little 39 campus bike race. the work of the Arthritis Foundation
color scheme of green was changed to a throughout the evening. Mick was given
more elegant and modern choice of the key to the city by the mayor of La-
mauve and grey. Grange and A p r i l 14 was proclaimed
AOII-Arthritis Day in LaGrange.
Adding to the excitement of spring,
Theta Omega placed third overall in As you can imagine, this event re-
Greek Week, and exchanged with the Pi quired an awful lot of hard work. Presi-
Kappa Alpha fraternity and the Delta dent Jenny Horton came up with this
Sigma Phis. wonderful idea but the actual work was
shared by everyone.
A n d , as snow was still falling the first
weekend of May in Flagstaff, Theta The end result was a fantastic night of
Omegans and dates once again set out on entertainment for everyone with almost
a search for sun and warm weather and $900 being raised for Arthritis Research!
ended up in Lake Havasu. Our Luau was The event was such a success that several
a great weekend filled with water skiing, organizations from both on campus and
sun tanning and swimming, added Diane off have suggested that the event become
Hill. an annual event, which it is sure to be-
come!
CHI LAMBDA Lambda Chi's marathon event in full "swing.'
Fundraising continued to take on a fun
U . of Evansville LAMBDA CHI note as we raised money for Rose Ball by
LaGrange College sponsoring the second annual Sadie Haw-
Spring has been a busy and exciting kins dance. The dance, complete with
season f o r the Chi Lambda chapter at Lambda Chi will do almost everything hay, rocking chairs, and Daisy Mae cos-
University of Evansville. A t the begin- for philanthropy! And that's exactly tumes, proved once more to be a success.
ning of the quarter, with the help of the what this chapter did on A p r i l 14 by We also tried our hand at a combination
Lambda Chis, the AOIIs captured the hosting the first "Almost Everything Yard Sale/Car Wash. Each sister cleaned
first-place trophy for an outstanding per- Goes" competition with all proceeds go- out her closet over Spring Break and
formance in Musical Madness. ing to Arthritis Research. brought back her loot to sale. We accept-
ed contributions for the car wash instead
We were also very proud of the of charging a flat rate which our custom-
achievements of sisters. Kay Adkisson ers seemed to like. A l l total, one day in
was recently voted Greek Women of the the sun raised almost $259!
Year f o r her w o r k as President of Panhel-
lenic Council. She also works as the ad- But all this sisterly activity hasn't kept
vertising manager on the campus news- us f r o m our scholastic duties. The recent
paper. Honor's Day program at the college
placed many AOIIs at the top of the list.
Lisa Akers was again re-elected as Stu-
dent Congress President. She has brought 17
about many changes and is constantly
working for the benefit of the students.

LeAnn Hines was recognized for re- 1983 Limited Edition lenic Co-chair f o r the fun-filled week!
ceiving the Estelle Jones Culpepper AOII Christmas Ornament For the Sigma Sing competition the
A w a r d , a religion scholarship. Jane Coo-
ley was recognized for holding the presi- Brighten up that spe- I M B chapter dressed as orphans f r o m the
dent's position in the Student Educators Broadway show "Annie" and sang and
Association while Sonya Brake was rec- cial place on your I danced its way through three hit num-
ognized as past Panhellenic President. bers! Sisters Nancy Sampson and Susan
Christmas tree with W **mm Ford roller-skated 24 hours f o r charity at
KAPPA KAPPA the Greek Skat-a-thon. Greek Week 1983
the 1983 AOII Christ- M ended w i t h excitement as 1982-83 past
Ball State University chapter president, Mary-Beth Shaw, was
mas ornament . . honored at the Greek Awards Ceremony
Kappa Kappa chapter started a pro- as Outstanding Collegiate Chapter Presi-
ductive spring quarter with many activi- perfect for giving or ^^^^^^B dent.
ties.
getting! $5.00 delivered in gift box. Behind every grey cloud is a silver lin-
Members were picked for many cam- ing and Western's AOIIs found that lining
pus organizations and honoraries. Later, White with red and green trim. last spring, when the true togetherness
paired with Sigma Nu fraternity, the and real meaning of sisterhood was put
AOIIs cheered bike and trike teams on to Name to the test at Sigma Iota. The chapter had
victory. Address been denied its city zoning f o r new chap-
ter housing. But on a legal technicality it
Closed dance was a success during the Amount was granted a revote. The chapter advis-
spring under the direction of Deana Item er, Judy Rogers, led the crusade for a new
McElhany and her committee. house. A t a heated Macomb City Council
Order from Int'l Headquarters, 3821 Cleghorn, meeting on A p r i l 13, 1983, the chapter
During the spring rush workshop Nashville, T N 37215 was granted its needed zoning ordinance!
members worked on new skits, improved
old ones, and polished rushing tech- than $8,000 was raised for the Deborah "We pulled together as a chapter and
niques. Heart and Lung Center. T w o Phi Betas we made it through the rain—together!
even danced the whole 48 hours!
GAMMA "On June 18, 1983 we moved into our
Greek Week was alot of f u n for the new home," Cindy added.
U . of Maine-Orono chapter. In Greek Games everyone gave
their all and we came out first in the pyr- OMEGA
Gamma at the University of Maine- amid, the keg roll, and the tug-of-war, Miami University
Orono celebrated its 75th anniversary while finishing second in the games.
last April with a weekend of events. It was hard to believe another school
After officer elections were held it was year had passed by and it was time to re-
Chairpersons Deb Verrill and Joanne off to the formal. Debbie Xander received lax and play. Omega was ready for sum-
Shibles began the celebration with a Sat- Ideal AOII and Kim Carson, Donna mer f u n and sunning. Whether working
urday open house f r o m noon to 5 p . m . at Clewell, Debbie Hudson, Andi Schwartz, hard at jobs or on summer tans, everyone
the A O I I r o o m . Gammas of all ages took and Donnalee Kidd received Rose was busy.
time to look at exhibits, yearbooks and awards. Debbie Xander also received the
other memories which were on display. Greek Girl Award which includes all of Sharon Warner, Omega's rush officer
the sororities. has been busy preparing f o r another great
Dinner and dancing were planned at rush during the summer months. Work-
the Bangor Civic Center that evening. Things started "picking up" near the ing on all the different committees, sew-
Becky Woods, chapter president, was end of the semester, that is, picking up ing costumes, working with entertain-
mistress of ceremonies. Speaker was Car- trash! D u r i n g Pennsylvania Clean up ment and she was ready to see the results.
mel Kaiser, regional vice president, who Day, the AOIIs of Phi Beta pitched in and This year AOII's Magic Carpet Ride took
also presented Gamma with a gift f r o m picked up trash along a major highway in rushees soaring through third period. The
the Executive Board. East Stroudsburg. Not only was the clean new fourth period party places the rushee
up a success, but AOII came in first place in a smoke-filled New York nightclub
Kim Downing, president of the Greater in the pick up! ready for a little night time action.
Portland (Me.) Alumnae Chapter, was
honored for her service to the collegiate SIGMA IOTA The chapter's budding artist, Lisa
and alumnae chapter. Moore, recently designed for Miami Uni-
Western Illinois versity the new mascot, bringing to her-
A Gamma collegian also was honored. self much fame, but not a lot of fortune,
The Barbara Dunn Hitchner Girl of Gam- Spring semester was a busy but re- added Bobbie Smith.
ma A w a r d was awarded to Susan O'Car- warding time for the Sigma Iota chapter
roll. The award is given yearly to the sen- at Western Illinois University, reported TAU DELTA
ior or seniors w h o best exemplify AOII Cindy Riche. Birmingham-Southern
qualities.
Under the superior guidance and comi- The curtain went up, the lights went
PHI BETA cal enthusiasm of Pledge Educator De- down, and in the span of one hour, six
anne Schabowski, the Alpha Beta pledge Birmingham-Southern AOIIs exhibited
East Stroudsburg U . class was formally initiated A p r i l 22. their beauty, poise, and talent in a recent
campus p r o d u c t i o n k n o w n as " T h e
Because of a lot of dedication and hard Everyone enjoyed exchanges with the Southern Event."
work, the AOIIs of Phi Beta had a terrific men of Delta Sigma Phi, Lambda Chi A l -
spring semester. pha, Sigma Pi and Phi Kappa Theta. And The performance, which ran for two
the social calender was highlighted with nights in March was part of a develop-
A 48-hour dance marathon was spon- our Spring Formal held at the Macomb ment program for the college, and served
sored by Panhel and proved to be a great Holiday Inn, in April.
success. The organizing forces, AOII's
own A m y Agnesini and Debbie Xander, Greek Week was held the week of
made what looked to be a dream into a A p r i l 9-16. Renee Bouchal was Panhel-
reality. Everyone involved in the mara-
thon gave their all to a great cause. More

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as one of the major sources of funds for enthusiastically welcomed 37 new pledges GAMMA DELTA
this program. into their house.
U . of South Alabama
Tau Delta had women behind the Nu Omicron's social calender was
scenes and on the stage w i t h Margaret filled with swaps, date dinners, Parents' Fall quarter was a very busy and excit-
A n n Renneker as producer, and Adelia Weekend Brunch, weekly chapter din- ing time for the sisters of Gamma Delta.
Patrick, director. The on-stage glamour ners, various pledging parties, and the The success of formal rush brought an
and entertainment was provided by other annual spring Formal and spring party. energetic group of 26 pledges. Volleyball
students and talented AOIIs: Sheri Scholl, brought lots of luck to Gamma Delta as
Cindy Hartsell, Susan Hartsell, and Academically, Nu Omicron once again they were named A l l Campus Volleyball
Phoebe Stone. rose to the top of the sorority roll by hav- Champions and also raised money for
ing the highest overall GPA on campus. Arthritis Research with the AOII-KA Vol-
But talent lies not only in the perform- Several sisters were recognized for out- leyball Tournament.
ing arts in Tau Delta. Academic ability is standing leadership within AOII and aca-
strong in Tau Delta, and once again the demic performance on campus, reported A t Thanksgiving, the sisters made bas-
chapter received the City Panhellenic Brooke Benson. kets of food to give to the needy. Song-
Scholarship A w a r d for the highest GPA, fest was held at Christmas time with AOII
the Alpha Chi Omega Pledge Scholarship Anne Zipp, last year's remarkable winning one of the top awards; the girls
Award, and the highest sorority GPA, president, was heralded as Vanderbilt's also helped with the annual Variety Club
Spring and Fall, 1982 Spring, 1983. The Outstanding Senior Greek Woman and Christmas Party for handicapped chil-
chapter is a very involved group of wom- was named to the Who's Who of Ameri- dren.
en as its campus and community activi- can Colleges and Universities. She also
ties prove. By no means do Tau Deltas graduated Phi Beta Kappa, an outstand- A Founders' Day banquet was held
spend all their time behind books! Some ing achievement. Jan. 9 with Elizabeth Martin, one of the
of our sisters' activities include: Student founders and first president of Gamma
Judiciary (Casey Davis is chairperson for Jane DeBow M c D o n a l d was voted Delta chapter, as guest speaker. A special
the coming academic year); PSSO, a Vanderbilt's Outstanding Junior Greek treat during winter quarter came when
campus service organization for juniors Woman along with Anne. In addition, Susan Figueroa was elected as a member
and seniors; Triangle Club, a service or- Jane is president of Vucept and Omicron of the Homecoming Court.
ganization for sophomores (Chris Delta Kappa and was elected to Mortar
Wenning is vice-president and Adelia Board. Sigma Chi Derby Week was held in
Patrick, secretary); SGA; Concert Choir; A p r i l w i t h Gamma Delta placing second
and Southern Chorale. Mary Mulligan was awarded the 1983 in the overall Derby awards; Beth
World Council Trade Traveling Fellow- Polovich was selected as Derby Darling.
Members are not lacking in the social ship and the Rotary International Peace Gamma Delta completed a very success-
life either! The sweethearts for Sigma A l - Fellow Scholarship this semester. These ful year by receiving many outstanding
pha Epsilon, Kappa Alpha, and Theta scholarships will enable Mary to travel awards at the annual Panhellenic Ban-
Chi social fraternities are all Tau Deltas, and study in Europe for two years and quet. Nancy Howell received the Greek
and the chapter has little sisters in all five were awarded on the basis of academic Woman of the Year award and Joanna
social fraternities on Birmingham-South- and leadership within the college commu- Garner was recognized for outstanding
ern's campus. nity. Mary was also named to the 1982 academic achievement with a scholarship
Who's Who of American Colleges and award.
SIGMA Universities.
U . of Cal-Berkeley Gamma Delta is very proud to have
In addition, Cheryl Wurtzburg was held the highest GPA for campus organi-
Sigma chapter is ready and waiting for voted president of Vanderbilt's 1984 I m - zations for the past two years. The end of
the fall semester at U . C . Berkeley to be- pact symposium and Jennifer Wood was spring quarter was highlighted with the
gin. voted Arts and Science Council Vice annual Rose Ball held A p r i l 30, reported
President. Suzanne Lukes.
Due to Cal's switching to the semester
system, the summer was so short that AO
members had to work fast to make plans
for fall. Sigmas, from the left, Jackie Michalik, P a m Dennis, Cheryl Barker and Carolyn Carr during spring
Derby Days.
The women have many things looming
on the horizon. Fall means reunions with
friends, football games, barbecues and
books.

No one has forgotten the marvelous
firesides we held last fall to learn all the
spirit chants and our surprise visit from
Cal's mascot, Oskie, and the marching
band, added Gail Lancaster. Everyone is
looking forward to more excitement and
fun in the same tradition.

NU OMICRON
Vanderbilt

The Nu Omicron chapter boasted a
productive and exciting Spring semester
thanks to a revised rush skit by Lisa
Kynoch and Lisa Becker. A n d , with pre-
rush workshops and activities, members

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' TAU OMICRON pledges last fall, the chapter has continu-
ally grown closer and all of the members
Margaret Shannon, Tau Omicron, coordina- U . of Tenn.-Martin feel a special friendship that only AOII
tor of the Miss Weakley C o u n t y Pageant 1983, can bring. The year began with a bang,
and Marti Robbins, winner of the contest. Winter quarter really set the pace f o r as rush came to a close, and the time f o r
the Tau Omicron members and geared the AOII Bar-be-que for the Arthritis
Pageant deemed them up for a smashing spring! Foundation rolled around the corner.
successful event
Early in February the chapter held its The Alumnae chapter in Knoxville and
The Tau Omicron chapter, University annual scholarship project, a quiz game the Mothers' Club work together all Fall
of Tennessee-Martin, got together with called the Rose Bowl. to co-ordinate efforts with the collegiate
area alumnae chapter and produced the members on the annual Bar-be-que. This
Miss Weakley County pageant as a new In early A p r i l at the annual Panhellenic year, after all the hard w o r k , success was
philanthropic project. This was the first Banquet two AOIIs, Cathy Fontana and undeniable, and the AOIIs raised money
time the pageant had been held in many Brenda McKenna, received Outstanding for a scholarship for Arthritis Research
years. Service Awards. Also at the banquet the that is given annually in honor of Harriet
incoming president, AOII Linda Adams, Greve, a former AOII who was also Dean
In mid-April 13 contestants competed gave her address. Also the Tau Omicron of Women at U T .
to the theme of "They're Playing Our chapter initiated one lady during the
Song." Each was judged on evening spring. The effort also brought in enough
gown, swimsuit, judges' interview and funds to give a donation to the local A r -
impromptu questioning. Spring called for the quarterly road- thritis Foundation, and once this dona-
block which again was a huge success. tion was recorded the chapter discovered
Coordinator of the pageant was Mar- The Tau Omicron sisters raised more that in the past 21 years of the Bar-be-
garet Shannon, one of the charter mem- than $500 for the Arthritis Foundation. que, $9,200 had been raised for the foun-
bers of Tau Omicron. The emcee for the The big project of spring was another dation!!
evening was Crawford Gallimore. The first in the way of philanthropic projects.
winners of this great event that raised The chapter helped area alumnae chapter After the Bar-be-que came Homecom-
money for a great cause, the Arthritis to put on the Miss Weakley County pag- ing w i t h Sigma Alpha Epsilon, the Pledge
Foundation, were Marti Robbins—"Miss eant. Formal at the World's Fair site, football
Weakley County," Christie Bivens—First games cheering on the A O I I League
Maid and Lisa Coleman—Second Maid. Other spring events included Phi Sig Champions, and a spirit-filled Christmas
Follies and All-Sing. The AOIIs captured party.
"The sisters of Tau Omicron and the second in Sigma Splash and third in Pike
alumnae of the area really worked to- Panolympics, both campus events. The dreary months of Winter quarter
gether to make this pageant the great suc- Spring was also filled with mixers with brought another athletic triumph for the
cess that it was." Melanie Osburn said. several of the fraternities at U T M . A l l the AOIIs. Even as the Tennessee team made
"It enabled them to create a much closer sisters enjoyed mixing, mingling, and its way to the N C A A Tournament, the
relationship amongst themselves and to meeting new people. A O I I basketball team played for the So-
also meet several young ladies who could rority Championship in basketball.
very well be future AOIIs, not to mention When it comes to sports, the Tau O m i - Founders' D a y was a success, as many
the thousands of people who are affected crons are near the top if not on the very alumnae members joined the chapter in a
by arthritis and who w i l l be helped." top. They had great seasons in volleyball Dinner Theatre for the celebration. Nan-
(third place) and softball. cy Horner Bettis (RVP, Region III) spoke
20 to over 150 AOIIs that evening. The
Spring was full of much planning for Knoxville Alumnae Chapter also pre-
the Tau Omicrons. The sisters held offi-
cer workshops, spirit workshops, and Omicron chapter member Judy Hobler as she
rush retreats. Also two picnics were held. appeared in the chapter's production of "Magi-
One was for the sister's very special cal Cats" last spring.
brothers, and the other was the annual
family picnic where everyone enjoyed
meeting each other's families.

A p r i l 24 was a special day for the Tau
Omicron chapter. Two sisters presented a
check to the Arthritis Foundation during
an arthritis telethon on national televi-
sion.

Melanie Osburn says that spring can-
not be discussed without mentioning the
Tau Omicron's Spring social, Red Rose,
which was held in Jonesboro, A r k . It was
definitely a weekend to remember filled
with a banquet, beach party, and formal
dance. The events of spring come to a
close but now the sisters of Tau Omicron
have summer rush retreat and the upcom-
ing fall quarter to look forward to.

OMICRON

U . of Tenn.-Knoxville

Omicron chapter at the University of
Tennessee has had a fun-filled, exciting
1982-83 year!

Beginning with the addition of 38 new

sented a Community Service Award to a Pi Alpha colony installed
well-deserving community leader, as well
as an O u t s t a n d i n g A l u m n a A w a r d , Pi Alpha colony of the University of •
which was presented to two alumnae this Louisville, Louisville, Kent., was in-
year: Caroline Caldwell Bowers, Pi A l - stalled Feb. 5, 1983. International Presi- •
pha, and Virginia Hasson Bruner, Omi- dent Ginger Banks officiated, with Alpha
cron, who received Rose Awards at the Chi chapter, Western Kentucky Universi- I
1983 Convention f o r service to A O I I . ty, assisting.
/
Another fun-filled event which the Alpha Omicron Pi was the first new
AOIIs participated in was the campus sorority on U of L's campus since 1929. Chapter Adviser Elaine Kennedy, left, Pi A l -
production of All-Sing, which they en- pha President Linda Madden, and Internation-
tered with Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. O n Friday evening a Rose Ceremony al President Ginger Banks, right, at P i Alpha's
As the winter quarter drew quickly to a was held by Alpha Chi at the home of Jan installation.
close, the A O I I volleyball team won the Jones, Alpha C h i . O n Saturday 24 young
league championship and was in the pro- women became Pi Alpha's charter mem- proved GPA, and best pledge class GPA
cess of playing f o r the all-university title. bers. One young woman became the at the scholarship banquet f o r the Fall '82
These successful volleyballers also won chapter's first pledge. semester.
the Alpha Tau Omega Tournament for
the second year in a row! A Rose Banquet was held Saturday The other members of the installation
evening at the Holiday Inn, Rivermont. committee were General Chairman, Anne
The big event of the quarter was The evening ended on a high note with a Allison, Omicron; Hospitality, Jan Jones,
Camicus, a singing, dancing production friendship circle and sharing different Alpha Chi; Gifts, Alice Martindale, Beta
that is held on a weekend in late May. songs while passing the loving cup. The Phi; Reservations, Paula Olthuis, Ome-
For the third year in a row, Omicron Rose Banquet chairman was Sandy ga; Rituals, Sherry Hartford, Alpha Chi;
AOIIs w o n their division and also the Gover, Alpha Chi. Rose I n s p i r a t i o n N i g h t , Lee A n n
overall competition. This year members Dickerson, Kappa Alpha; Printing,
entered with the Kappa Sigmas and after On Sunday afternoon a reception was Ruzanne Rutledge, Alpha Chi; Publicity,
choosing the timely theme of "CATS," held on the U of L campus where Pi A l - Sandy Gover, Alpha Chi, and Supplies,
proceeded to overwhelm all of the other pha received many congratulations from LaDonna Stanley, Alpha Chi.
competitors! The chapter also won the students, parents and university officials.
Best Actress T r o p h y which went for the The reception co-chairmen were Barbara
second year in a row which was earned Risner and Deidra Sanders, both Delta
by Despina Klonaris. Omega.

Our Alums were able to celebrate our Pi Alpha, originally Alpha Pi, was
victory with us at the annual Senior Pic- founded by five collegians Tara Spencer,
nic, which was held the Monday after Lea Anne Leuthart, M a r y Catherine Eng-
Carnicus weekend, reported Mary Sharp. lish, Jeanine Phillips and Tonya York.
They were as pleased and proud as we They were colonized in September 1981
were, and getting together was a wonder- and have worked very hard meeting colo-
f u l way to end the year. A t this picnic, ny criteria and establishing themselves on
the seniors were initiated into Alumnae campus.
membership, and Temple Crain, a new
chapter consultant, was given the Alum- Pi Alpha recently received the Panhel-
nae A w a r d f o r "Outstanding Senior." lenic GPA award, Pi Beta Phi most im-

PHI D E L T A 1 Closing the semester was our annual
spring dinner dance. It was held in a
U . of Wis.-Milwaukee Phi Deltas D a w n Witteman, left, Debi Rouse, night club banquet room. The two pledg-
and A n n e Tulley, front, with a check the chap- es stylishly decorated the room in red and
Phi Delta had a very busy spring se- ter presented to the Arthritis Foundation as white. The chapter gave out annual
mester. It started off with continuous part of a nationally televised telethon. awards and the pledges, in turn, gave out
open bidding and picked up two women, numerous awards to the collegians. After
and pre-pledged three. dinner and the awards everyone went
downstairs to the night club for a little
We held a St. Patrick's Day party for dancing. The spring dinner dance is al-
our big brothers, added Debi Rouse. We ways a special event. It renews many
all dressed in a bright green and ate all AOII bonds and shares them with the
green foods. We also held a very special new initiates.
and unique ceremony for our big broth-
ers and initiated them as our A O I I broth- To start off summer break AOIIs initi-
ers and presented them w i t h an AOII tie ated some Panhellenic spirit. We played
tac. Gamma Phi Beta in an Easter Seals
Baseball-a-thon to raise money for Easter
A p r i l brought us to the Arthritis tele- Seals Foundation.
thon that was held in Green Bay, Wis.
Three women went to Green Bay to pres- KAPPA OMICRON
ent the Arthritis Foundation with our do- Southwestern at Memphis
nation, it was exciting to see AOIIs on the
television from the telethon in Nashville. Sisterhood was promoted this summer
The chapter is planning on going back for Kappa Omicron with a secret pal pro-
next April with more representatives and
a bigger donation.

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gram. Each woman was assigned a secret : ing Queen Court and the Little 500 Prin-
pal to correspond with during the sum- cess Court. Congratulations also are in
mer. order for three outstanding seniors and
their contributions on I.U. Foundation:
The summer was indeed a busy and Teri Crouse, '83; Sandra Martin, '83 and
productive one as each member began in- Beth Mitchell, '83.
dividually preparing for rush. Costumes
were sewn, songs were learned, and door Not only does Beta Phi boast of a very
decorations were made for the new pledg- active graduating class, but the under-
es. The finale was a house party held a classman also have a lot to offer. Suzi
week before the term began. A t that time McCarthy, '84; was recently elected vice
the secret pal's identity was revealed and president of Panhellenic Council. Mary
prizes were awarded for the best door Beth Kristoff was chosen as Computer
decorations. Rush Director f o r the 1984 rush. Talene
Thompson, '84; is a new member of the
All attention was then turned to rush 1983-84 I . U . Foundation Steering Com-
concentrating on improving skill and mittee. Another five Beta Phis w i l l be
technique. Details of future programs representing A O I I i n the rush program as
and projects for the coming year were rush counselors: Patti Kennedy, '84; Kim
discussed, reported Lynne McMullin. VanValer, '84; Sarah Grewe, '85; Bobbie
Walz, '85 and Lisa Walton, '85.
LAMBDA BETA Lambda Beta's contestants in Theta Chi's
beauty contest, from the left, Barbara Witz, The early part of 1983 was spent w i t h a
C a l . State at Long Beach Suzie Ryback and Molly Faust. very successful rush which pledged 30
women and an initiation of 15 fall pledg-
Spring 1983 proved to be a busy and The AOIIs are not the only ones excited es. Debbie Jackson received the Ruby A
f u n time for the women of Lambda Beta about this "new development". The Delta for her outstanding academic achieve-
chapter. Upsilon, Sigma N u , and Kappa Sigma ments and Bobbie Walz received the Dor-
fraternities w i l l be giving a celebration othy Huntington Pin for most outstand-
The semester was off it a good start party for them since they w i l l all be f u - ing fall pledge voted on by the collegiate
with the addition of six new pledges. ture neighbors. chapter. The occasion was a happy and
exciting time and kicked off a good
Fraternity-sponsored events kept the The fall semester begins with a f u l l cal- spring semester f o r Beta Phi.
chapter on its toes: Sigma Chi Derby ender for the sisters of Phi chapter. Not
Days was filled with various f u n events. only are they getting a party but they The 30 new pledges gained through
AOII was proud to place second in the gave one too! O n Sept. 9, Phi will hold rush were quickly taken under wing by
Sorority Feud. its own all-campus groundbreaking party two fine pledge trainers, Ellen Fowler and
that is sure to be the gala event of the Lori Armstrong, who educated the pledg-
Lambda Beta members Barbara Witz, year!! es on the arts of walkout, social functions
Suzie Ryback, and M o l l y Faust; dressed and pledge-active relations. Their initia-
respectively as a movie star, a new wa- Another highlight of fall '83 will be our tion is planned f o r early this fall, added
ver, and a preppy; were chosen as new philanthropy project, explained El- Sarah Grewe.
runners-up in the Theta Xi Beauty Con- len Badgley. Teaming up with Sigma Nu
test. fraternity, Phi will sponsor a Kansas Uni- The active chapter has been on the
versity vs. Kansas State football game. move and the past spring semester was
Mother's Dinner and Scholarship Din- The unique part is that it will be between no exception. Many social functions were
ner were both successful events. The the greeks of both campuses. The compe- planned with the Men of Acacia and Sig-
chapter is especially proud of Karen tition w i l l be tough and the rivalry fierce ma Pi, and more activities and events are
Kurtz who achieved a 4.0 GPA. as each school strives for the coveted title being planned f o r the fall semester in
of . . . Hill Champion! 1983.
The semester wound down with our
last big event of the year: the Spring For- September also found Phi chapter get- BETA RHO
mal. ting ready for the university's variety
show with the Tau Kappa Epsilon frater- U . of Montana
PHI nity. Phi hopes to be one of the five
shows that are chosen to take part in the Once again the Beta Rho AOIIs are liv-
U . of Kansas celebrated event. ing up to their motto: "We're on the
move!"
'The beginning of an old tradition . . . " BETA PHI
—that is Phi's motto f o r fall '83. Phi has Indiana University Spring Quarter got off to a jackrabbit
been chartered for only four short years start w i t h a wonderful Rose Week and
yet it has a much older tradition to live A great fall semester is ahead for the 100 percent initiation of Winter Quarter
up to! A O I I was founded in 1918 at the women of Beta Phi. But members can't Pledges! Then, before the house could
University of Kansas and was active until help reliving a fantastic spring semester settle down too much, life surged
its departure in 1969. K U has experienced to finish out the 1982-1983 school year, throughout the house and chapter again.
11 years without Alpha Omicron Pi but too. Members celebrated the 18th birthday of
we're back and if you ask any Phi mem- the chapter with alumnae on April 11.
ber, she'll proudly tell you, "we're here to Beta Phi was honored with many dis- The rest of the week found all the women
stay!" tinguished graduates. Denise O'SuIlivan, involved heart and soul in Phi Delta The-
an outstanding chapter member, received ta Bunny Days. The time and effort were
Nothing is as important to stability as many prestigious awards including elec- proven well spent when it was announced
membership and Phi has no problem tion into the Phi Beta Kappa honorary. after the field competitions that A O I I had
there. The spring semester kept the wom- She was selected for both the Homecom- retained the all-around trophy for win-
en very busy w i t h its 48 new pledges. ning the most events! Excitement reigned
These very special women w i l l be among supreme the rest of the weekend.
the first to live in Phi's new home. Excite-
ment mounts each day as the million dol-
lar structure becomes closer to comple-
tion.

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The very next weekend found those ALPHA CHI progressive cheese party i n the new
hardworking AOIIs at it again. Saturday apartment.
they devoted themselves to working for Western Kentucky U .
alumnae as slaves to raise money for A r - T w o Alpha Chis also have earned rec-
thritis Research. The alums loved it, and Western Kentucky University's Alpha ognition. Angie Schieman is the Univer-
the new women got a chance to meet Chi chapter ended spring semester 1983 sity's recently elected Panhellenic presi-
some older sisters. with top honors after receiving the "So- dent and Toni Flowers, the Panhellenic
rority Excellence" award for the second historian.
Sunday had them spring cleaning. Ste- consecutive year!
reos were blasting as the girls spent a Bringing an excellent semester to an
gray, rainy day indoors cleaning from After the initiation of 27 pledges Alpha end, Alpha Chi held a reception in honor
stem to stern. The results were a clean Chi's 73-member chapter began an excit- of Chapter Adviser Rachel Smith Allen
house that everyone is proud of and lots ing semester as Darragh M o f f a t walked f o r 25 years of service to the chapter!
of sisterhood, reported Susan Wordal. down the runway to receive the title of
second runner-up in the Sigma Chi Derby Summer and distance did not stop A l -
The next month proved to be equally Darling contest in February. pha Chi f r o m planning for an excellent
busy. Starting with a Spring Retreat to and exciting fall rush. A Summer retreat
plan Fall Rush parties. Then a much an- Keeping with the pace of tradition, the brought the excitement of seeing every-
ticipated weekend — Rose Ball '83!, collegiate chapter maintained its position one again, preparing for new members,
which was a very special function for ev- of the first place in the Alpha Delta Pi and upcoming events.
eryone. The week and weekend following 500 for the 15th consecutive year, placed
Rose Ball was busy due to SAE O l y m - second in intramural sports, and was giv- GAMMA OMICRON
pics, and then Theta Chi Champagne Jam en first place honors f o r its involvement
on Sunday. in the blood drive and pancake breakfast U . of Florida
during Greek Week.
GAMMA ALPHA This fall, University of Florida rushees
George Mason U . Beginning with April showers Alpha saw a brand new look at the Gamma
Chi sisters bundled in blankets as they Omicron chapter house, which was com-
Gamma Alpha chapter was busy slowly rocked back and forth trying to pletely redecorated inside and out under
around its community of Fairfax this ward off the cold and rain in their first 24 the direction of the corporation board,
summer. hour "Rock-A-Thon for Arthritis." headed by President Annette Glover, and
designer, Kay Yates.
One of the favorite activities was or- Even though it was cold, it did not stop
ganized by A n n Yanoshik. We drove the AOs from having f u n . Toni Flowers, To keep up with busy alumnae, many
convertible Mustangs in the local parade Alpha Chi's philanthropic chairwoman, of the collegians have been giving the UF
and met the HOGS of the Super Bowl devoted many hours to help the chapter campus an A O I I look! Rennee Hoffner
Champion Washington Redskins. raise $700 while talking, joking, and was elected vice president of Panhellenic,
rocking for arthritis. and Kelly Hughes and Lisa Neely are
Carol Finnegan, chapter president, and chairmen of two Panhel committees.
Natalie Thomas, chapter adviser, came Alpha Chi's 18th annual Spring Formal Chapter President Anne Dougherty and
back from convention full of news and was definitely a memorable event for all Scholarship Chairman Jennifer Perdew
advice. They really had a good time, and who spent the weekend at Rough River were selected to become members of
we're all looking f o r w a r d to the 1985 Resort. Mortar Board. Jennifer was elected treas-
convention which w i l l be held here in urer of the organization and was also
Washington, D.C. The women began the evening with a awarded a Diamond Jubilee Foundation
formal banquet followed by the presenta- Scholarship for the coming school year.
As for Rush, members worked hard at tion of the chapter awards. Becky Woods Anne, Renee, Susie Balch, and Chapter
George Mason. The chapter just celebrat- was awarded the leadership award and Adviser M a r i l y n Bush became members
ed its f i f t h anniversary and planned f o r the Malinovsky A w a r d . Sharon Penning- of Order of Omega.
one of the best Rushes ever. ton received the outstanding sophomore
award. President Carla Spires was Trisha Leary is the new Sweetheart of
Members changed skits, updated a awarded outstanding junior while Wendy Sigma Phi Epsilon and Kathy Wooten is a
slide show, made new costumes, prac- Knowles was voted the most outstanding Southern Belle on the Kappa Alpha
ticed rotation and introductions, and senior. Sweetheart Court. Miss Newberry, Kim
learned new songs. Summerall, competed for the Miss Flori-
A dance followed the banquet where da title in June. Gretchen Aured, Renee
Gamma Alpha went to M y r t l e Beach Donna Sharp was named Miss AOII Hoffner, Mariele Jones, and Liz Ryan are
for a week in M a y and stayed with all the 1983. all chairmen for Blue Key Homecoming
other Greeks f r o m the campus. Later they committees. World traveler, Donna
sponsored an A O I I night at Uncle Sam's, The spring semester would not have
a local night spot, for arthritis, and little been the same f o r Alpha Chi without par-
sisters threw a Big Sis-Lil'Sis dinner. In ticipation during informal spring rush by
May members had a Mother-Daughter extending invitations to 30 women for a
Alumnae tea, and during June, the Senior
barbeque. Cornell Scholarship Available

Roseball was held at the Hyatt Regency Applications for the Alpha Omicron Pi Graduate Woman's Fellowship to Cornell
in Crystal City. It was an all out celebra- University must be completed by March 1 f o r consideration for the 1984-85 academic
tion for everyone. year.

Initiation was a big success w i t h 16 ini- The fellowship was established in 1966 by Epsilon chapter. It is available to a woman
tiates. K i m Becker was awarded the Ruby graduate student from any accredited college or university, with preference (other quali-
Scholarship pin. Katie M o m m was given fications being equal) to a member of Alpha Omicron Pi.
the Best Pledge A w a r d f o r exhibiting the
AOII spirit. For further information one can write to The Graduate School, Cornell University,
Ithaca, N.Y. 14853. The application should include statement of AOII membership.

The 1983-84 recipient is Aimee Frances Carmines a graduate student in comparative
literature.

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Stewart, returns to Florida after a year ledo took over a section of the U of T caf- of Mortar Board. To be eligible f o r mem-
abroad performing with Up With People. eteria during its annual pizza making bership, students must be actively in-
fund raiser in March. volved in campus activities, community
Gamma Omicron expected nothing less service and must have displayed out-
than a fantastic and super successful fall "Moonlight and Roses" was the theme standing leadership as well as high schol-
rush. It had a completely new third of the chapter's spring formal. W i t h the arship.
round party this year that included lots collegians and alums dressed in their fin-
of upbeat singing and dancing, and re- est formats, the stage was set for an en- During Spring Week, the chapter was
volved around a southern hospitality chanting evening at the Tamaron Coun- once again ready to go. Competing in
type theme. try Club in Toledo. Sisters had their many events, AOIIs were full of enthusi-
choice of beautiful favors which included asm. The chapter's strength showed
Marilyn Bush, Anne Dougherty, and goblets decorated with roses. through when AOII won the Tug of War.
Rush Chairman Jean Niedert, returned
f r o m Convention f u l l of new ideas and When the spring quarter blood drive "Enthusiasm" is the w o r d f o r AOIIs of
fond memories to share with the chapter. rolled around, members of Theta Psi Theta Psi as the chapter prepared for its
were there. Volunteering as workers and annual Arthritis Softball Tournament in
Socials, football games, the Annual donors, AOIIs turned out in good num- June.
Homecoming Alumnae Brunch, Found- bers to support the campus event.
ers' Day Banquet, initiation, and a winter KAPPA OMEGA
Woodser are just a few of the many ac- Sisterhood was emphasized at a spring
tivities scheduled for the fall semester, retreat which was organized as a chapter University of Kentucky
added Anne Dougherty and Jennifer relations activity. The overnight, held at
Perdew. a cottage near Lake Erie, included numer- Kappa Omega enjoyed a successful
ous sisterhood activities and inspiration. Spring semester. It started off the semes-
A reunion of all alumnae who be- This retreat was a definite boost which ter with open rush and all of the chapter's
longed to the chapter anytime between raised Theta Psi's morale even higher, re- hard work was rewarded with the pledg-
1961 and 1965 is being planned. Please ported Mary Fay Metzner. ing of 14 women.
contact Barbara Alonso Byars, 4928 A n -
dros Drive, Tampa, FL 33629, (813) 876- Next on the chapter's agenda was U of The chapter had plenty of reasons to
2641, or Sandra Haynsworth Bartlett, T's 46th annual Songfest. AOIIs in their be proud of sisters in the spring semester.
6464 31 Terrace N . , St. Petersburg, FL stunning white satin blouses and red satin In March Susan VanBuren was chosen
33710, (813) 381-1609 f o r information. skirts performed a fantastic number to President of the Student Activities Board
Also send them names, addresses, and the theme of "Everything's Coming Up which coordinates the events on campus.
biographical information of chapter Roses." Singing tunes which included In A p r i l it was pleased to find out that
members during those years. "The Rose," the sisters of Theta Psi sang f o u r AOIIs had been chosen as Rush
and danced their way into the hearts of Counselors: Lo Cline, Michelle Stephens,
T H E T A PSI the audience. Susan VanBuren, and Kenna Sapp.

University of Toledo Theta Psi also had other reasons to cel- The AOIIs participated in the Pi Beta
ebrate on the night of Songfest. AOII Phi-Pi Kappa Alpha softball tournament
Picture AOIIs up to their elbows in to- Melissa Habacker was tapped into mem- in the Spring and came home with the
mato sauce, lots of cheese and pepperoni bership of Blue Key National Honor Fra- second place trophy to display in the
to spare. ternity. Melissa, Sue Davis and Lori house. The semester was topped off with
McCaig were named to membership in the formal which was held in Lexington.
This was the scene when the sisters of Peppers Honor Society which is a chapter
Theta Psi chapter at the University of T o - Four members were able to attend In-
ternational Convention in New Orleans
Theta Pis Anne Marie Kuhn, left, and Kathy Halligan with a captured Alpha Sigma fraternity the last of June. Everyone enjoyed meet-
member during the Campus Community Chest carnival. ing new sisters as well as sharing and re-
ceiving new ideas and programs. The
24 Chapter returned to campus in early A u -
gust to prepare for fall rush.

SIGMA PHI

Cal. State U-Northridge

This summer Sigma Phi got together
with Alpha Epsilon Phi from UCLA and
hosted the 1983 Retinitis Pigmentosa
Tennis Classic and 10K Run. AOII's duty
was to escort the stars f r o m the court to
the lounge. It was an experience since
most members had never been body-
guards before!

The chapter also made its Second A n -
nual AOII Movie with the help of one of
AOII Denise Miller's father. The movies
show sisterhood, scholarship, intramu-
rals, and all the fun we have in AOII, and
are usually shown during Rush, Parent's
Night, and Pie Night Desserts.

Since Sigma Phi is fortunate enough to
have most sisters live close by, beach
trips and barbeques continued through-
out the summer.

Chapter plans 30th anniversary BETA T A U
University of Toronto
Kappa Alpha chapter on the campus of over 22 "moms" into the club at the par-
Indiana State University is 30 years old ents day function. The Beta Taus were eager to return to
and Terre Haute alums are planning a school this fall.
gala celebration in conjunction with ISU On April 29th, the annual Spring Ban-
Homecoming. quet was held at Adami's restaurant. The The Rush theme was "Around AOII in
following awards were presented during eight days" and the chapter began its
O n Friday, Oct. 2 1 , a dinner and dance the program; First Year Member A w a r d , "trip" with a Swedish fondue luncheon,
w i l l be held at the Holiday Inn of Terre to Carol Terrell; Most Promising Sopho- and progressed to a Mexican dinner. Also
Haute. Social hour will begin at 7 p.m., more Award, to Julia Hammond; Hope in the tour was an Italian lunch, Oriental
dinner at 8 p.m. A brief program will fol- A w a r d , to Jennifer Franklin; Sheaf tea and an Octoberfest party. A n d later,
low dinner and a dance w i l l take place Award, to Diann Melick; Alumnae Advi- a French breakfast and a Greek feast,
f r o m 10 p . m . until 1 a.m. Cost w i l l be sory Award, to Lisa Elkins; Rose A w a r d , added Judy McOstrich.
$15 per person. to Laurie Allen, and the Certificate of
Honor went to Christy Hoeing. T H E T A PI
A special invitation has been issued to Wagner College
International President Ginger Banks and Those who were recognized for their
alums and collegians alike are looking scholarship included; Cindy Cowles and The past semester was very busy for
forward to meeting her. Lim Bridge for the highest mother/ the Theta Pi chapter at Wagner College.
daughter GPA, and Carol Oxford for the
Special letters, too, have been sent to highest semester GPA for an initiated In March the school held its annual
all former K A chapter presidents and member. At this time the graduating Campus Community Chest, a carnival to
pledge class presidents encouraging them members were welcomed into alumnae- raise money for a number of charities in-
to return for the festivities and also en- ship by Terre Haute alumna Valerie cluding the Arthritis Foundation.
couraging personal phone calls and con- Walker.
tacts to other sisters in order f o r this to be The chapter raised more than $400 be-
a most special reunion. Kappa Alpha's Andrea Fraizer was se- fore the carnival and even more from its
lected to represent Indiana at the Cherry Space Invader booth during the festivi-
ISU always goes "all out" at homecom- Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. ties. The b o o t h which w o n the Best
ing time and this dinner and dance will During her week long stay in the capital Booth Award was a rocket ship with a
surely be a most memorable time, added city Miss Fraizer was voted Miss Conge- window. For 50 cents individuals could
Patrice Liebler, general chairman. Alums niality by her 51 other constituants. Also be arrested and have their picture taken.
who will need overnight accommoda- bringing honors to the chapter was Kay
tions are urged to contact Terre Haute Kuckewich. Kay was the recipient of a In July the chapter planned its annual
motels as soon as possible. City Panhellenic scholarship. She also re- Summer Reunion to make final arrange-
ceived a Diamond Jubilee Foundation ments for Rush.
Any Kappa Alpha wanting more infor- scholarship.
mation can call or write: Patrice McKen-
zie Liebler, 20 Monterey A v e . , Terre I
Haute 47803, general chairman; or Jo-
anne G i b b o n s ( M r s . P a u l ) , 35
Gardendale Rd., Terre Haute, 47803,
chapter adviser.

Reservations are due by Oct. 10 to
Glenna Timmons, 408 South 34th St.,
Terre Haute, I N 47803.

As the close of the school year neared
the women of Kappa Alpha found them-
selves quite busy. Under the chairman-
ship of Diann Melick the first annual par-
ents day was held. M o r e than 125 parents
attended the luncheon and program
which took place A p r i l 10th at the Shera-
ton Inn of Terre Haute. Lisa Elkins,
chairman of the Mother's Club initiated

As we celebrate Founders' Day, let
us remember sisters in need with a
contribution to the Ruby Fund.

Send contributions to:

AOII Philanthropic Foundation
3821 Cleghorn Ave.
Nashville, T N 37215
Attn: Ruby Fund Committee

During Pride Week members of Lambda C h i chapter entertained residents of a local nursing home
with favorite chapter songs.

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Carol Oxford and several K a p p a A l p h a sisters could have lost everything without the help of sisters.

Offering an AOII hand . . .

A helping hand averts injuries to sisters

By Carol Oxford, president The car was totally destroyed. It was temporarily towed to a
gas station until I could contact m y insurance agent. In the
Kappa Alpha, Indiana State meantime we were trying to decide what we were going to do.
We all were afraid of what would happen if we continued our
After months of planning the day had finally came. It was trip. However, leaning on each other for strength and love, we
March 4, 1983. W i t h seven other Kappa Alpha sisters I loaded decided that if we had made it through this, we could make it
our two cars. Our destination was the sunny beaches of Ft. Lau- through anything.
derdale, Fla.
M y car was towed away to a storage lot where it would later
The length of the trip f r o m Terre Haute is around 21 hours. be junked. A short time after they left w i t h the car I suddenly
We had figured that by leaving at noon on Friday we would be remembered that I had left my rings inside the car. It really upset
able to catch some sun-rays on Saturday. Little did we know me as one was a sentimental ring and one was the Presidents ring
that the trip would be one of discouragement and terror. which was 30 years old. The gas station attendant took us to the
car to look for them. Underneath the burned rubbish I found the
Seventy miles outside of Terre Haute we began to experience rings. I didn't think I could ever be so happy and relieved as I
car trouble. A f t e r pulling into a gas station we learned that the was then.
cars transmission was ready to drop. After several phone calls I
was on my way to Evansville, Ind., to rent a car so we could After five hours at the gas station we decided to continue our
continue our trip as planned. By the time I returned to pick trip. With eight people loaded down in a small Ford Fairmount
everyone up we had lost about three hours. "Determination" we drove for eight hours. Finally we saw the night lights of Ft.
was our motto so off we went. Lauderdale. Never was a place more warmly welcomed than it
was then.
The trip was fine, every mile closer to Florida we got, the
more excited we became. M y car which was a 1980 white mus- Through this tragic experience we developed a stronger feeling
tang was adorned with an " I Love A O I I " bumper sticker. Little of togetherness. For we would have not made it without each
did I know that this small sticker could have been what saved other. I personally express m y gratitude to those seven sisters
our lives. whose caring hearts I could not have done without. I thank God
for watching over us and f o r keeping us safe f r o m personal i n j u -
Somewhere in Georgia a car of girls spotted the sticker on the ries.
car. They drove up beside the car waving their arms at us. Mak-
ing I I signs at one another we learned that they were A O I I sis- I have shared my story with you in hopes that those sisters
ters. who stopped to help could identify themselves. What you did
was a true act of sisterhood. A l l I k n o w is that y o u had a Ten-
About 60 miles f r o m the Georgia/Florida state line in a small nessee license plate, on your car. Please respond as I would like
town called Ashburn, Ga., my car began to lose power. In pull- to personally express m y thankfulness.
ing over to the side of the road we found sparks coming out
f r o m underneath the car. Smoke was beginning to seep out f r o m Editor's Note: Do you have an experience with other sisters
underneath the hood. Quickly we ran to a near-by roadside park that might demonstrate that special concern AOIIs have for
to get help. But much to our disbelief nobody was willing to others? Let us know!
help. We called the emergency service and asked for help. When
we got back to the car we saw more flames. Knowing that we
would be unable to put the fire out we realized that we should
try to get what we could out of the car before it was too late.
W i t h the help of the unidentified sisters we were able to get
almost all our luggage out of the trunk. However, the articles
inside the car were lost.

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Chapter consultants named for '83-84

Four chapter consultants have been se- tions, Internal Student Affairs and Mor- Choosing Consultants
lected for 1983-84. They are Kimberly tar Board. She was recipient of several
Campbell, Upsilon, University of Wash- chapter awards in addition to receiving Each November, applications for the
ington; Temple Crain, Omicron, Univer- the Outstanding Regional Collegiate position of Chapter Consultant are
sity of Tennessee; Susan Danko, Phi Up- Award in Region V I . mailed to collegiate chapters. In turn, the
silon, Purdue University, and Janine chapter president distributes these to in-
DeMerschman, Alpha Gamma, Washing- The Chapter Consultants had their first terested individuals in the chapter.
ton State University. glimpse of training during Convention in
New Orleans under the direction of Mari- Applications are returned to Head-
The consultants travel across the coun- lyn Herman, past Executive Board Direc- quarters by the end of January, and im-
try, visiting and teaching collegiate chap- tor of Collegiate Chapters, and Camille mediately reviewed by a selection com-
ters more about AOII and focus on any Mitchell, International Rush Program- mittee usually consisting of two AOII
concerns the individual chapter wants to ming Chairman, along with the eight Re- officers and the Chapter Services Coordi-
discuss. They also share ideas f r o m one gional Rush Officers. In August, the nator, who supervises the Chapter Con-
chapter with other chapters they visit. Chapter Consultants completed their for- sultant Program.
mal training in Nashville, at the N u O m i -
Four Chapter Consultants: cron lodge at Vanderbilt University. Criteria used to rank applications
(which is similar to the Membership Se-
Kimberly Cambell, Upsilon " I adored the entire experience. lection process used during rush) consists
University of Washington It was a thrill to see other cam- of categories such as recommendations,
K i m graduated in June w i t h a degree in puses and chapters. It was fasci- A O I I experience, campus activities, ap-
Editorial Journalism and Communica- nating to see how campuses pearance, and application content. The
tions. She held office in A O I I as Rush vary with geographic location next step is the interview process, which
chairman, historian, reporter, and Pan- and how chapters reflect this. I usually takes place in February or early
hellenic representative. O n campus, she also learned Rule One: The March. Final selection is made immedi-
was involved with the women's varsity Goal is the best chapter of AOII ately after the interviews.
team, Society of Professional Journalists which is possible on that cam-
and a Greek honorary society. K i m was pus in that location. The foun- The number of Chapter Consultants
the recipient of a Regional Rush Award dations of AOII remain the varies from year to year, depending on
in addition to several chapter awards. same; they are just in different overall collegiate needs, AOII budget pro-
settings." jections, and extension on to new cam-
Temple Crain, Omicron puses.
University of Tennessee — Nancy Moyer McCain, Rho INTERESTED IN THE PROGRAM?
Temple graduated this summer with a AOII's first Chapter
B.S. in Business Management. Active in Consultant 1944 For more information and an applica-
student government, Temple has con- tion, please write to the Chapter Services
ducted many tours on campus for visiting s Coordinator, Alpha Omicron Pi, 3821
alumnae and high school students. This Cleghorn Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
past summer, she was an official V.I.P. 37215. A l l interested individuals are en-
hostess f o r the 1982 World's Fair. She couraged to apply. You may have the
served O m i c r o n as second vice president, skills necessary for this rewarding oppor-
parliamentarian, social chairman, and tunity!
vice president of her pledge class. Hob-
bies center around sports; racquetball, The 1983-84 Chapter Consultants are from the left, Temple C r a i n (front), Omicron; Janine
swimming and skiing being her favoritesl DeMerschman, Alpha Gamma; Susan Danko, Phi Upsilon, and Kimberly Campbell, Upsilon.

Susan Danko, Phi Upsilon
Purdue University

Susan has served Phi Upsilon as chapter
president, rush committee chairman and
Panhellenic Rush counselor. She received
a B.S. in Management this spring. Active
in the Society for Advancement of Man-
agement, various marketing and publici-
ty projects, Susan also managed to work
part-time on campus. Her favorite activi-
ties include sports, cooking and dancing.

Janine DeMerschman, Alpha Gamma
Washington State University
Janine graduated in June w i t h a B.A. in
communications and Public Relations.
She has held offices as corresponding sec-
retary, recording secretary, Panhellenic
president and Panhellenic secretary. She
was active on campus in Public Rela-

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Alpha Omicron Vi tHrectorvj

Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity founded at Barnard College January 2, 1897

Keep This Directory. The Directory is printed only once a year.
1983-1984

DUTIES

* FOUNDERS INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT: NATIONAL PANHELLENIC CONFERENCE
GINGER BANKS
Jessie Wallace Hugan (College correspondence should be directed to 2nd
Helen St. Clair Mullan (Mrs. George V . ) National Panhellenic Conference Delegate Alternate)
Stella George Stern Perry (Mrs. George H.) Philanthropic Foundation Director
Elizabeth Heywood Wyman Liaison With: N P C Delegates AOI1 Delegates

*The Founders were members of Alpha Chapter at Headquarters Delegate: Janie Callaway (George) Q
Barnard College of Columbia University and all are Constitution Interpretation & Revision Westlands
deceased. Comte. 1284 Burgundy Place
Rituals, Traditions & Jewelry Comte. Knoxville, T N 37919
PAST INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENTS Parliamentarian Telephone: 615/584-6609
Nominations Comte.
Katrina O . McDonald (NO) 1925-1927 Fraternity Development Comet. 1st Alternate: Mary Louise Roller (George) A l l
Edith Huntington Anderson (B4>) 1933-1937 Box 933
Mary Danielson Drummond (A*) 1937-1939 VICE PRESIDENT/OPERATIONS: Mt. Dora. FL 32757
Dorothy Bruniga Dean (P) 1943-1946 PEC CRAWFORD Telephone: 904/383-6376
Mary Louise Filer Roller (An) 1955-1957
Nancy Moyer McCain (P) 1957-1959 Regional operations 2nd Alternate: Peg Crawford. I
Wilma Smith Leland (T) 1959-1961 Approval of number of RDs in each region (See Executive Board Listing)
Jessie Marie Senor Cramer ( • ) 1961-1963 Liaison With: Intl. Regional Meetings Chrm.
Ruth Lee Leichtamer ( 6 * ) 1963-1965 Budget Committee member 3rd Alternate: Ginger Banks. IIK
Jessie McAdam Lamed (T) 1965-1967 (See Executive Board Listing)
Carolyn Huey Harris (AE) 1967-1969 VICE PRESIDENT/DEVELOPMENT:
Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy (IA) 1971-1973 MARILYN HERMAN INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
Janirae Linebaugh Callaway (O) 1975-1976
Norma Marshall Ackel ( K 0 ) 1976-1979 Extension Alpha Omicron Pi
Joan Deathe MacCallum ( K * ) 1979-1981 Regional Extension Officers 3821 Cleghorn Avenue
Nashville, T N 37215
EXECUTIVE BOARD VICE PRESIDENT/FINANCE: Telephone: 615/383-1174

President KAY SUTHERLIN STAFF
Ginger Banks, I I K
Loan Comte. Chrm. Administrative Director: Sue Lewis (Rex) T A
3108 West Terrace Drive Budget Comte. Chrm. Accountant: Ann Reynolds, NO
Austin, T X 78731 Philanthropic Foundation Director Office Manager: Jeanne Ascolese, NO
Telephone: 512/454-8572 Regional Finance Officers Receptionist/Secretary: Charlotte Sharpe, NO
Development Fund Chapter Services Coordinator: Linda Holmes, O
Vice President/Operations liaison With: Management Account Public Relations Coordinator: Diane Douglass, 0
Peg Crawford (Richard C . ) I Bookkeeper: Ben Hollins
Intl. Corporations Supervisor Membership Secretary: Mary Ann Caldwell, T A
9113 S. Massasoit Avenue Secretary: Sandra Click
Oak Lawn, IL 60453 DIRECTOR: BARBARA HUNT Printing/Shipping: Kim McCord
Telephone: 312/422-5244
Alumnae Department Chapter Consultants:
Vice President/Development Associate Members Kimberly Campbell. T
Marilyn Herman (Gefakf) T Philanthropic Foundation Director Temple Crain, 0
Liaison With: Alumnae Programming Chrm. Susan Danko, * T
8805 CliffridgeTVvenue Janine DeMerschman, AT
LaJoIla.CA 92037 Alumnae Membership Chrm.
Telephone: 619/456-2406 Diamond Jubilee Foundation INTERNATIONAL STANDING
COMMITTEES
Vice President/Finance DIRECTOR: TERI ANDERSON
Kay Sutherlin (Stephen) 6 Alumnae Committee
Training Methods and Materials Membership: Susan Davies Holtkamp (Philip)
2239 Rome Drive Convention Seminars
Indianapolis, I N 46208 Leadership Conference Seminars 1115 Solana Drive
Liaison With: Membership Education Comte. Del Mar, C A 92014
Telephone: 317/293-0894 Telephone: 619/755-7732
Programming Comte.
Directors Intl. Scholarship Chrm. Programming: Judy Larson Knecht (John) P
Teri Anderson (Mark) 9Q 510 Rosedale Drive
DIRECTOR: MELANIE DOYLE Thiensville, WI 53092
314 E. Viola Telephone: 414/242-3955
Casa Grande, A Z 85222 Collegiate Department
Telephone: 602/836-6735 Rush Collegiate Programming Committee
Chapter Consultant Program Chairman: Phyllis Casteel Gilson (Stanley) £ *
Melanie Doyle (Edgar) AT Chapter Assistance Fund
2624 Arkansas Valley Drive Liaison With: Perry Award Comte. 6628 Woodlake Avenue
Little Rock, A R 72212 Loan Committee member Canoga Park, C A 91307
Telephone: 501/225-8427 Telephone: 213/887-9344
DIRECTOR: HELEN McMAHON
Barb Hunt (Cecil) * A Constitution Interpretation And Revision (CIRC)
930—17th Avenue Special Projects Assistance Chairman: Susan Elder, Br
Grafton. WI 53024 Liaison With: Intl. Convention Chrm.
Telephone: 414/377-7766 6065 Carriage Hill Drive
Intl. Historian East Lansing, MI 48823
Helen McMahon, P Heritage Society Telephone: 517/351-5270
7432 Colshire Drive, #5 100th Anniversary Comte.
McLean, V A 22102 Loan Committee member
Telephone: 703/893-4746

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Convention Rituals, Traditions and Jewelry / u ""* / V J
Patricia "Pal" Cowley Hardy (James) I T Chairman: Mary Louise Filer Roller (George) AIT
Parliamentarian
531 Pine Valley Road (until 12/31/83) Ingrid Latimer Schultz (Carl, Jr.) BA
Marietta. G A 30067 (See N P C Listing)
Telephone: 404/955-4531 as of 1/1/84 1700 Lake Avenue
Wilmette, II 60091
Corporation Supervisor Wilma Smith Leland Telephone: 312/256-0472
Elizabeth "Liz" Romaine Coffey (William) XA 4330 Minnetonka Boulevard, Apt. 310A
Minneapolis. M N 55416 Perry Award Committee
7754 N . Whittier Place Telephone: 612/922-0094, Chairman: Jessie Marie Senor Cramer (Wesley) 4>
Indianapolis. IN 46250
Telephone: 317/849-3030 Scholarship ~ 8830 Delmar
Dr. Marilyn Lee Fans, 9 Prairie Village, K S 66207
Historian Telephone: 913/648-5335
Edith Huntington Anderson (Arthur K.) B * 1810 North 7th Street
Terre Haute, In 47804 Philanthropic Foundation/Ruby Fund
836 S. Henderson, Apt. 1 Telephone: 812/232-1905 President: Barbara Daugs Hunt (Cecil) $A
Bloomington, IN 47401 (See Executive Board Listing)
Telephone: 812/336-1996 SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS AND Diamond Jubilee Foundation
President: Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy (Robert C.)
Leadership Conferences COMMITTEES IA
Rebecca "Becky" Shook Weinberg (Frank) X A
International Rush Programming Chairman 100 Norlen Park
859 E . 9th Place Camille Stickney Mitchell (Philip) E Bridgewater, M A 02324
Mesa, A Z 85203 Telephone: 617/697-78S5
Telephone: 602/969-0114 7112 Caloosa Court
Orlando, FL 32811 Scholarship Chairman: Karen Thomas Tucker
Membership Education Committee Telephone: 305/ (James) AA
Chairman: Janet Fellwock, K K
Heritage Society 500 E. 77th Street, Apt. 520
Sunrise Apartments #B-77 Chairman: Norma Marshall Ackel (August) K 9 New York, N Y 10162
189 Wallace Road Telephone: 212/879-5814
Nashville, T N 37211 5340 Yarmouth Avenue. Apt. #308
Telephone: 615/331-6461 Encino, C A 91316
Telephone: 213/345-5199

REGION I

Vice President: Carmel Gabrieie Kaiser (Martin) * , 115 Bosley Avenue, Cockeysville, M D 21030. Telephone: 301/666-7756
Extension Officer: Lois Kober Klotz (Harold) X , 506 Shannon Lane, State College, P A 16801. Telephone: 814/238-1274
Finance Officer: Ruth Healy Furhovden (Terry) 911, 4280 Persimmon Path. Liverpool, N Y 13088. Telephone: 315/652-3206
Rush Officer: Cheryl Stubbs. * , 213Y2 S Fayette Street, Alexandria, V A 22314. Telephone: 703/549-5577

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Maryke M . Loos, B T , 50 Cordova Ave.,
Beta T a u Judy McOstrich, 24 Madison Avenue, T o - Arlene Drago, B T , 39 Richview Road,
University of ronto, Ontario, Canada M5R 2S1, 416/ #1407, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada M9A 2007, Islington, Ontario, Canada M9A
Toronto 922-3646 4M7, 416/243-8685 or 826-3411 4X6, 416/239-7297
Marilyn Blue Mikesell (Bruce) A E , 9244
Chi Beta Cindi Corr, University of Virginia, Box 439, Charlotte Peterson Carrell (Finis) KO, 1615 Three Oakes Dr., Silver Spring, MD
University of Newcomb Hall Station, Charlottesville. Inglewood Dr., Charlottesville, V A 20901, 301/585-9056
Virginia V A 22901 22901, 804/295-3898 Karen Gossard Price (Frederick) E T , P . O .
Box 92. Chestertown, M D 21620, 301/
Delta Chi Debbie Andrews. 324 Wyoming Road, New- Katherine Thackrah, A X , 5593 Heritage 778-1163
University of ark, D E 19711, 302/368-5182 Court Drive, Apt. 2C, Wilmington, DE Miriam "Mim" Arbuckle McCulIough
Delaware 19808, 302/995-1940 (Mike) E P , R D 1, Rural Valley, P A 16249,
Linda Davis, Alpha Omicron Pi, 137 S. 412/783-6232
Epsilon Alpha Pugh Street, Suite #1, State College. P A Patricia Rine Antolosky (Barfr) E A , 1266 Karen Gossard Price
Pennsylvania State 16801, 814/234-9770 Kairview-Dr ,£«ll<rfon>e. PA-16823 , 814/
University 3SS-2776- Marilyn Mikesell
Becky Woods. U M O . AOn Penobscot Hall.
Gamma Orono, M E 04469, 207/581-4531 (P) Kimberly M . Downing, T, 484 R Washing- Mary Jean Walnock Polaski (Frederick) AX,
University of ton Ave., Portland, M E 04103, 207/775- 32 Georgian Circle, Newark, D E 19711,
Maine-Orono Carol Finnegan, G M U , Student Union Bldg., 3619 302/368-8235
4400 University Drive, Fairfax, V A 22030,
Gamma Alpha 703/978-6386 Natalie Thomas, K K , 3354 Woodburn Mary Jean Polaski
George Mason Road, Apt. 21, Annandale, V A 22003,
University Judy Snyder, 709 South Street, Indiana, P A 703/560-7238 Mim McCulIough
15701, 412/349-4695
Gamma Beta Paulette Fenyus, PB, 951 Lilac Street, Apt. Maryke Loos
Indiana Univ. of 12, Indiana, P A 15701, 412/349-7637
Pennsylvania Mim McCulIough
Donnalee Kidd, E S U , AOII, Box 882, East Kris Lambert Burseind (William), * K , 4390
Phi Beta Stroudsburg. P A 18301, 717/424-4228 Clearview Circle, Alleritown, P A 18103,
East Stroudsburg 215/437-7944
University Tressa Gatewood, 4517 College Avenue,
College Park, M D 20740, 301/927-9871 Ann Johnson, IIA, 9158 Springhill Court,
Pi Delta #102, Greenbelt, M D 20770, 301/441-
University of Lisa Pacenza, 17 Maple Street, Oneonta, N Y 4665 or 927-4370
Maryland 13820, 607/432-4271
Eleanor Brown Hickein (Fred) E X , 82 Elm
Sigma Chi Diane O'Brien, S R S C , 150 Towers, Slippery St., Oneonta, N Y 13820, 607/432-6596
Hartwick College Rock, P A 16057, 412/794-9919
Kathy Bacha, E P , 516 Stanton Street,
Sigma Rho Greensburg, P A 15601, 412/837-5411
Slippery Rock
State College Lacey Merriman, Washington College, Joyce McKay Davis (Lee) E T , R D 2, P . O . Marilyn Mikesell
Chestertown, M D 21620, 301/778-9882 Box 133A, Chestertown, M D 21620, 301/ Mary Jean Polaski
Sigma Tau 778-0015
Washington College Susan Thomson, Wagner College, Harbor
View Hall, Room 806, 631 Howard Ave- Kay Kettering, 9TI, 1011 Richmond Road,
Theta Pi nue. Staten Island, N Y 10301, 212/390- Staten Island, N Y 10304, 212/720-5449
Wagner College 3072

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Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President

Baltimore Sandra Green DeVan (Drew) E T , 4K Viewridge Ct„ Rochester Colony Valerie Bickterman Murphy (Cornelius) T, 1142
Baltimore, M D 21236, 301/668-3045 Woodboro Farms, Webster, N Y 14580, 716/872-

Boston Jean Marcy Sells (Arthur) Z, 29 Parker R d . , Framing- 2796
ham, M A 01701. 617/879-7094 Elizabeth Hopkins Knight (Richard) T, 85 Charlton

Charleston, V W A Carolyn McCabe Miller (David) 011, 916 Miller South Jersey Rd., Rochester, N Y 14617, 716/266-2337
Greater Allentown/ Street, Allentown, P A 18103, 215/437-0088 Southern Connecticut
Carol Braun McLaughlin (John) E A , 705 Pomona
Bethlehem Winnie Shelley Farina (Richard) E A , 647 Pine Street, Avenue, Haddonfield, NJ 08033, 609/547-5030
Steelton, P A 17113, 717/939-4224
Greater Harrisburg Joyce Brown Hill (Stephen) P, 11 Surrey Glenn, Wil-
ton, C T 06897, 203/762-9439

Greater Hartford Colony Susan Metz Williams (Wayne) I E , 214 Monroe State College Jean Holcombe Lundy (James) E A , 435 West Fair-
Street, Hartford, C T 06114, 203/278-5765 mount Ave., State College, P A 16801, 814/238-
Greater Portland Syracuse 0245
Long Island Shawn Jahnke Cohen, T , 3 Old Canton Road, Can- Toronto
Montreal ton, C T 06019, 203/693-0871 Marjorie Turrell Julian (Joseph) E X , 217 Highbridge.
New Jersey Virginia Tidewater Area Fayetteville, NJ 13066, 31S/637-5460
Northern Virginia Kimberly M . Downing, V, 484R Washington Ave- Washington, D . C .
nue, Portland, M E 04103, 207/775-3619 Wilmington Dianna T a y l o r Pressey (Donald) I1A, 1898
Key Alums Beechknoll Ave., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Barbara Romeo Castello (Michael) * K , 783 North L4W 2G3, 416/625-5252
Bixby Road, Baldwin, N Y 11510, 516/868-6721
Huldah Slagle Clark (Harold) B * , 2508 Johnston
JoAnn Merritt Dery (Andre) K * , 9 Walworth Place, Court, Virginia Beach, V A 23454, 804/481-3905
D . D . O . , Quebec, Canada H9G 2G3, 514/626-7815
Margie Records Ward (John) IIA, 4554 Lowell Street,
Louise Mescia Lamb (Tom) Nu, 271 Berkeley Road, N.W., Washington, D . C . 20016, 202/363-4554
River Edge, NJ 07661, 210/265-9789
Margaret Johnson Brabson (Ronald) A X , 5408 Dora]
Linda Peters Collier (Charles) X O , 7840 Attleboro Drive, Wilmington, D E 19808, 302/366-8101
Drive, Springfield, V A 22153, 703/455-9743

Ottawa Ethel Ferguson Swail (James) K4>, 18 Kilbarry Cres- New Jersey
cent, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K l K 0G8, 613/
746-1437 Barbara L . Mattern, 436 Third Street, Dunellen, NJ
08812, 201/752-6782 or 949-7922

Philadelphia Joan Krause Simonin, * , 600 Park Lane, Wyncote, New York Robin A . Broadnicki, 64 Thistle Lea, Amherst, N Y ,
P A 19095, 215/884-6961 Buffalo 14221, 716/634-3582

Pittsburgh Beth Thome Stump (Bradley) * B , 872 Osage Road, Albany, Schnectady, T r o y Nancy Funke (John) 128 Wood Dale Drive, Ballston
Mt. Lebanon, P A 15243, 412/343-3943 Lake, N Y 12019, 518/877-8967 or 371-0770

Richmond, V A Colony Julia Duncan Leaman (Bruce) AA, 9512 Chatterleigh Virginia
Dr., Richmond, V A 23233, 710/270-6703 Blacksburg/Roanoke
Andra Yanchenko, 11500 J. Foxridge, Blacksburg,
I-Regiona) Directors for Alumnae Chapters: V A 24060, 703/951-2566

Maryke M. Loos-Boston, Greater Hartford Colony, Montreal, Ottawa, Rochester Colony, Syracuse, Toronto.

Karen Gossard Price-Grater Portland, Philadelphia, Souh Jersey, Southern Connecticut, Wilmington.

Miriam Arbuckle McCullough-Charleston, Greater Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, State College, Washington D . C .

Marilyn Blue Mikesell-Baltimore, Northern Virginia, Richmond, V A Colony, Virginia Tidewater Area

Mary Jean Walnock Polaski-Greater Allentown/Bethlehem, Long Island, New Jersey.

REGION II

Vice President: Charlene Brown Potter (Warren) B r , 1468 Briarmeadow Drive, Worthington, O H 43085. Telephone: 614/888-0695
Extension Officer: Joanne "Jo" Nelson Nowak (Edmund) Br, 17288 Tremlett, Fraser, MI 48026. Telephone: 313/791-3914
Finance Officer: Carolyn Weschrob Katz (Morton) E X , 2245 Lane R d . , Columbus, O H 43220. Telephone: 614/457-2807
Rush Officer: Cindy Skaff, 6 * . 2674 Drummond Rd., Toledo, O H 43606. Telephone: 419/535-7092

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Sandra Mauga Sklenar (Fred) NI, 3916 Lynn
Beta Epsilon Cindy Neumann, Bimidji State College, Jane Grunwaldt Smith (Robert) I T , 1401
Bemidji State Hobson Union, Bimidji, MN 56601, 218/ Beltrami Ave., Bemidji, M N 56601, 218/ Ave., S., St. Louis Park, M N 55416, 612/
University 755-3766 751-8308 920-5586
Iota Tau Ellen Kinch, I , 226 Wellington Avenue,
University of Robin Schladt, University of Wisconsin- Judy Vanhorne Gifford (Loren) I T , 920 Mundelein, IL 60060, 312/566-6305
Wisconsin-Stout Stout, Alpha Omicron Pi, Student Center, Oakwood Blvd., Menomonie, WI 54751,
Menomonie, WI 54751, 715/232-3618 715/235-2003 Betsy Payne Watson, O S , 3104 Soverign
Kappa Delta Drive, Cincinnati, O H 45239, 513/741-
Wright State Mary Woods, 3236 Lake Road, Medway, Nancy March Andrews (D. M.) 0, 7907 7847
University O H 45341, 513/849-0234 Northland Ct., Dayton, O H 45415, 513/
890-1811 Fadwa "Fudge" Haney Skaff (George) 8 * ,
Kappa Pi Kelly James, 116 W . Highland, Ada, O H 2674 Drummond, Toledo, O H 43606,
Ohio Northern 45810, 419/634-7421 Karen Grane, KIT, 1764 Channingway C t . , 419/535-7092
University W., Columbus, O H 43227, 614/864-9017
Betsy Payne Watson
Omega Meredith Jones, Miami University, Box 180- i-itfice DeBuino Schuette (Robert) !), 489
Miami C , Richard Hall, Oxford, O H 45056, 513/ White Oak Drive, Oxford, O H 45056, Fadwa "Fudge" Skaff
University 529-3684 513/523-5282
Omicron Pi Ellen Kinch
University of Lynn Gualdoni, 800 Oxford, Ann Arbor, MI Mary Jane Hogan, O i l , 1255 Indian Mound
Michigan 48104, 313/994-5572 West Birmingham, MI 48010, 313/540- Sandra Mauge Sklener
7437
Phi Delta Fadwa "Fudge" Skaff
University of Linda Moore, Phi Delta Chapter of AOII, Lee Perrier Breese (David) * A , 12405 W .
Wisconsin-Milwaukee University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Hickory Road, New Berlin, WI 53151,
Union Box #6, Milwaukee, WI 53211, 414/786-8089
Tau 414/963-7944
University of Stephany Good Siitari, T , 16727 Creekside
Minnesota Anne Cracraft, 1121 5th Street, SE, Minne- Lane, Minnetonka, M N 55343, 612/934-
Theta Psi apolis, M N 55414, 612/623-9140 5032
University of
Toledo Cynthia Schradie, 3323 Gallatin, Toledo, Barbara Gilbert Kormanyos (Kenneth) 6 * ,
O H 43606, 419/535-1284 418 Hillside D r . , Rossford, O H 43460,
419/666-3453

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Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Sandra Obeshaw Slee (Lynn) Br, 7020 Fhaner High-
Ann Arbor Judith Douglas Monaghan (James) BTI, 811 Lowell, 'Greater Lansing
Ypsilanti, MI 48197, 313/482-3919 way, Pottersville, MI 48876, 517/645-2791
Maxine Hedgecock Ross (Richard) Br, 3703 Cotton-
Cincinnati Georgana Taggart Power (Karl) 4>0, 461 Missouri Macomb County
Avenue, #3, Cincinnati, O H 45226, 513/871-5264 tail Lane, Utica, M I 48087, 313/731-3525
Karyl Hoyle Andreoli (Clifford) P. 205 South Owen
Cleveland, East Dorothy Hartshorn Keortepeter (Ralph) A T , 13610 Madison
Cleveland, West Shaker Blvd., Apt. 603, Cleveland, O H 44120, Milwaukee Drive. Madison, W I 53705, 608/231-2209
Columbus, O H 216/561-4664 Minneapolis/St. Paul Nancy Gilmore Fabrizio (Clyde) <f>A, 4442 North
Toledo
Phyllis Jaycox Kiss (Frank) Q, Cliff Towers, Apt. Murray. Milwaukee. WI 53211. 414/961-2246
26A, 2159 Wooster Road, Rocky River, O H 44116, /•'Lois Blair Golding (Gilbert) Z, 4620 Highland Road,

216/333-6637 Minnetonka, M N 55343. 612/933-3S53
Debra Arthurs Rathke (Dan) 9*, 150 Quail #6, Per-
Sue Bailey Adair (James) TO, 1926 Riverdale Road,
Columbus, O H 43227, 614/866-2683 rysburg, O H 43551, 419/874-8188
Madelyn Silvestri Sell (Terrance) 4>A, 787 Squirrel
Dayton Jan Brandt Ogg (Elmer) Q, 201 East Drive, Dayton,
O H 45419, 513/293-0142 HiU Court. Youngstown. O H 44512. 216/758-7355
Youngstown
Jeanne Black (Donald) KIT, 3012 Gibson Street, Mid-
Dearborn Linda Heaton Grates (Michael) BTI, 7410 Areola, land, MI 48640, 517/631-4165
Westland, MI 48185, 313/261-9795
^ A l i c e Rath Aderman (Ralph) 9 * , 2302 E . New-
Detroit North Suburban Barbara Miller Price (Henry) Oil, 6333 Atkins Road, Key Alums berry, Milwaukee, WI 53211, 414/962-3804
Troy, M I 48070, 313/879-1427 Michigan

Grand Rapids Kathleen Kauffman Snyder (David) K K , 1763 Wey-
mouth, S . E . , Grand Rapids, MI 49508, 616/455-
7039 Wisconsin

Greater Kalamazoo Colony Cheryl TenBrink (Burton) K P , 704 Lynn Avenue,
Kalamazoo, MI 49008, 616/382-5012

II-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:

Betsy Payne Watson-Cincinnati, Cleveland, East. Cleveland, West, Columbus, Dayton.

Fudge Haney Skaff-Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Detroit North Suburban, Macomb, Toldeo, Youngstown.

Ellen Kinch-Grand Rapids, Greater Kalamazoo Colony, Lansing, Madison, Milwaukee

Sandra Mauge Sklenar-Minneapolis/St. Paul.

•Redevelopment REGION III

Vice President: Nancy Horner Bettis (Charles) 0 , 7709 Bennington Dr., Knoxville, T N 37919. Telephone: 615/693-1514
Extension Officer: Marion Grassmuck Clouse (Stephen) X , 1530 86th Avenue, North, St. Petersburg, FL 33702. Telephone: 813/577-0861
Finance Officer: Debby Dowel! Vollmer. T A , 4003 S. Westshore, #3103. Tampa, FL 33611. Telephone: 813/251-5926
Rush Officer: Donna Reed Corbet (Todd) * K , 1252 Monroe Drive, N . E . , Atlanta, G A 30306. Telephone: 404/876-0513

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Leslee Donnell, T O , 1585 Hollywood, #56 F,
Alpha Delta Carole Jurenko, University of Alabama, Carolyn Smith Diener (Thomas) B A , 1164
University of" Drawer A - Z , University, A L 35486, 205/ Northwood Lake, Northport, A L 35401, Jackson, T N 38301, 901/668-7768
Alabama 348-4900 205/339-9726
Alpha Kappa Nancy Perry Bowers (Robert) NO, 728 Sum-
University of Carole Beach, University of North Alabama, Kathy Wheeler, A K , 164 Leland Drive, Flor- merly D r . , Nashville, T N 37209, 615/352-
North Alabama Box 5516, Florence, A L 35630, 205/766- ence, A L 35630, 205/766-3949 8174
8948
Delta Delta
Auburn University Jane Boswell, Auburn University, AOII Box, Patsy Faulk Vincent (Don) AA, P . O . Box Elizabeth Lester Donaldson (Joseph) T A . 505
Dorm C , Auburn, A L 36849, 205/887- 2097. Auburn, A L 36830, 205/749-2277 East Watts Ave.. Enterprie. A L 36330,
Delta Upsilon 9615 205/393-3318
Duke University Sue Reid Mattern (William) X A , 2429 Rose-
Karen Bidlingmeyer, Duke University, Box wood C t „ Chapel Hill, N C 27514, 919/ Deborah Harper, NO, 2039 Castleman
Gamma Delta 522S, Duke Station, Durham, N C 27706 942-4308 Drive, Nashville, T N 37215, 615/366-1541
University of
South Alabama Joanna Garner, University of South Ala- Margaret Hook Haig (James) N B , 2660 Rals- Elizabeh Lester Donaldson
Gamma Omicron bama, AOII, University Center, Mobile, ton, Mobile, A L 36606, 205/478-8904
University of A L 36688
Florida Marilyn Renfroe Bush (Thomas) T O , 37 A Janice Wooley Bunting (William) N B , Box
Anne Dougherty, 819 W . Panhellenic Drive, Grassy Lake Road, Archer, FL 32618, 264. Madison, FL 32340. 904/973-2915
Gamma Sigma Gainesville, FL 32601, 904/373-4550 904/495-2991
Georgia State Leslee Donnell
University Sandy Smith, Georgia State University, Uni- Debbie Snelling Doverspike.AE, 1629 Came-
versity Plaza, P . O . Box 540, Atlanta, G A Iot Circle, Tucker, G A 30084, 404/939- Janice Wooley Bunting
Kappa Gamma 30303, 404/659-1743 4163
Florida Southern
College Joy Decaro, Florida Southern College, P . O . Sandra Scoville, K r , 524 Lake Bonny D r . ,
Box 4868, Lakeland, FL 33802, 813/683- E„ Lakeland, FL 33803, 813/686-0809
Kappa Omicron 5521 Ext. 393 or 394
Southwestern Janet Mosby, K O , 1040 Canaba C r . , E . , Cathy Meredith Parker (Mike) T O , 6031
at Memphis Paula Millirons. Southwestern at Memphis, Apt. 2, Memphis, T N 38107, 901/276- Pebblehill D r . , Bartlett. T N 38134 , 901/
2000 N . Parkway, P . O . Box 710, Mem- 4907 388-0183
Lambda Chi phis, T N 38112, 901/458-5669
LaGrange College Linder Bearden Snider (Ed) A X , 101 Rebecca "Becky" Duncan Massey (Morton)
Jenny Horton, LaGrange College, P . O . Box Lakecrest Dr., LaGrange, G A 30240, 404/ 0 , 500 Gila Trail, Knoxville, T N 37919,
Lambda Sigma 462, LaGrange, G A 30240, 404/882-0645 882-5198 615/693-7239
University of
Georgia D A n n Pruitt, 1190 S. Milledge Ave., Ath- Claire Craven Pease (Bob) A E . Rt. 1, Box Becky Duncan Massey
ens, G A 30609-2400, 404/548-3366 135, Cleveland Rd„ Bogart, G A 30622, Cathy Meredith Parker
Nu Beta 404/353-7693
University of Devra Porter, University of Mississippi,
Mississippi P . O . Box 7987. University, M S 38677. Debely Mathis Fenstermaker (Van) AQ.
601/234-2718 Highway 6, East. Oxford. M S 38655, 601/
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Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Carol Robinson, 2415 Kensington Place. Becky Duncan Massey
Nu Omicron A n n Johnson Nielson (Cal) N O , 811 Leslee Donnell
Vanderbilt Nashville, T N 37212, 615/329-3760 Boscovel St., Nashville, T N 37206, 615/ Nancy Perry Bowers
University 228-8816 Elizabeth Lester Donaldson
Kathryn Ann Barker, Lambuth College, Box Cathy Meredith Parker
Omega Omicron 277, Jackson, T N 38301, 901/427-1500 Melissa Bryan Dennison (Jim) Q0, 59 East Nancy Perry Bowers
Lambuth College University Parkway, Jackson, T N 38301, Deborah Harper
Mary Ikard, 1531 W . Cumberland Ave., 901/668-6040
Omicron Knoxville, T N 37916, 615/525-3752
University of Patricia E . Cosby, 0 , 6315 Kingston Pike,
Tennessee Anita Owens, Huntingdon College, Box 58, #313, Knoxville, T N 37919, 615/584-6984
Montgomery, A L 36106, 205/262-9430
Sigma Delta Liz Cutright Anderson (James) E A , 3637
Huntingdon College Cindy Hartsell, Birmingham Southern Col- Cambridge Rd., Montgomery, A L 36111,
lege, Box A-56, Birmingham, A L 35254, 205/281-6966
Tau Delta 205/322-6417
Birmingham Southern Sandra Johnson Dowell (William) T A , 3101
College Abbe James, University of Tennessee at Andover Dr., Birmingham, A L 35243,
Martin, Box 126, Martin, T N 38238, 901/ 205/969-1689
Tau Omicron 587-6817
University of Adair Duncan Hardegree (Jim) T O , Rt. 1,
Tennessee-Martin Dana Schacht. 805 Johnston Street, Green- Greenfield Highway, Dresden, T N 38225,
ville, N C 27834, 919/757-0769 901/364-2477
Zeta Psi
East Carolina Lydia Jolly Morgan (Jack) Z * , 105 Lisa
University Lane, Greenville, N C 27834 , 919/752-
7001

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Athens Memphis Debrah Engle, T O , 2095 Westchester Circle, Apt. 3,
Atlanta Anna Pollock Bliss (Dwight) A E , 290 Cedar Springs Mobile
Drive, Athens, G A 30605. 404/546-1786 Montgomery Memphis, T N 38134, 901/388-8302
Atlanta Tri-County Morgan County Colony Brenda Waters O'Brien (Charles) TA, 2809 Coronado
Birmingham Josephine Wilson Christian (James) A E , 4439 Nashville
Charlotte, N C Shellborne Drive, Dunwoody, G A 30338, 404/ Orlando-Winter Park Court, Mobile, A L 36609, 205/666-3875
Chattanooga 458-7217 Palm Beach County
Columbia, T N Colony Shoals Area Donna Byrd Giles (Ted) AA, 340 Winthrop Court,
Columbus, G A Karin Pendley, A E , 4411 Bridle Bluff Drive, Stone Tampa Bay Area Montgomery, A L 36104, 205/834-2384
Mountain, G A 30083, 404/656-3593 Triangle
Ft. Lauderdale Area Tuscaloosa Linda Hyde, A K , 2404 Crestview Drive, SE, Decatur,
A m y L . Gross, AA, 1027 B-l 30th Street, So., Bir- A L 35601, 205/350-3565
Greater Pensacola mingham, A L 35205, 205/595-8508 or 326-5976 Key Alums
Greater Pinellas Florida June Greer Bogle (Boyd) NO, 6037 Sherwood Drive,
Joyce Vietzke Allen (Melvin) 9 , 3513 Highview Nashville, T N 37215, 615/373-0363
Huntsville Road, Charlotte, N C 28210, 704/553-0331 Deland
Jackson Coral Gables Patricia Healy, TO, 5745D Kingsgate Drive, Orlan-
Jacksonville Sue Colley Crowder (James) 0 , 7003, Genoa Drive, do, FL 32809, 305/352-6853.
Knoxville Chattanooga, T N 37421, 615/894-4609 North Carolina
Lakeland Area Georgia Gaskin Black (Charles) A n , 5113 El Claro
Martin Catharine Browder Ledbetter (Marshall) NO, 17 Pu- South Carolina South, West Palm Beach, FL 33406. 305/684-2659
laski Pike, Columbia, T N 38401 615/388-8223
Theresa Collins Boles (Jeffery) A K , 3550 Helton
Beverly Jones Marion (Phillip) AA, 3454 Ethel Ave- Drive, A-3, Florence, A L 35630, 205/766-3002
nue, Columbus, G A 31906, 404/324-3857
C a m i l l e O m s T h o m a s ( P h i l l i p ) n, 2303 S .
Penny Giragosian Ritenbaugh (Lee) TO, 8877 N.W. Hesperides, Tampa, FL 33629, 813/253-0652
28th Drive #3, Coral Springs, FL 33065, 305/752-
1960 Laura Harshbarger Otwell (Woodard) A T , 5215 C o -
ronado Drive, Raleigh, N C 27609, 919/787-1311
Camille Pharr Austin (Donald) AA, 101 Silverthorn
Road, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 904/932-3243 Tanya Hataway, AA, 20 Smith Acres, Northport, A L
35476, 205/339-3040
Marion Grassmuck Clouse (Stephen) X , 1530 86th
Avenue, North, St. Petersburg, FL 33702. 813/ Frances Cenfield Pugh (David) 0 , 806 N . Boston A v -
577-0861 enue, Deland, FL 32720, 904/734-6322

Kitty St. John Pettus (Joe) N B , 1101 Appalachee Anne Cowen Beauchamp, NO, 1540 Blue Road, Cor-
Drive, Huntsville, A L 35801, 205/883-0020 al Gables, FL 33146, 305/666-8933

Betsy Clayton, QO, 72 Elmwood Drive, Jackson, T N Debbie Dellinger Harllee (Victor) Z * , 2133
38301, 901/668-5271 Bethabara Road, Winston-Salem, N C 27106, 919/
924-5621
Candy Kirkwood Colyer (Robert) K K , 4737 Princess
Anne Lane, Jacksonville, FL 32210, 904/384-5611 Joan Moore Hancock (William) 0, 301 Springlake
Road, Columbia, S C 29206, 803/787-6245
Margaret Porter Alston (Goeff) O, 1804 Nantasket
Road. Knoxville, T N 37922, 615/966-7197

Lynn Ridgeway Fite (Burton) ATI. 711 Fitzgerald
Road, Lakeland, FL 33803, 813/644-6719

Betsy Brent Robinson (Bob) T O , 100 Shelby. Green-
field, T N 38230. 615/235-2169

Ill-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters

Janice Wooley Bunting-Greater Pinellas, Lakeland, Orlando, Tampa.
Nancy Perry Bowers-Jacksonville, Knoxville, Martin, Shoals Area.
Deborah Harper-Charlotte, Columbia, Triangle.
Cathy Meredith Parker-Birmingham. Huntsville, Memphis, Morgan County Colony.
Elizabeth Lester Donaldson-Ft. Lauderdale Area, Greater Pensacola, Mobile. Montgomery, Palm Beach County.
Becky Duncan Massey-Athens, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Columbus, Nashville.
Leslee Donnell-Atlanta T r i County, Jackson, Tuscaloosa.

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REGION IV

Vice President: Mary McCammon Williams (Robert) *, 1113 East Monroe. Bloomington. 1L 61701. Telephone: 309/829-3656
Extension Officer: Judith Freundt Zawacke (Michael) BA. 1302 W. Palatine Road, Arlington Heights. IL 60004. Telephone: 312/253-5538
Finance Officeil'Ciz Romaine Coffey (William) XA, 7754 N. Whittier Place. Indianapolis, IN 46250. Telephone: 317/849-3030
Rush OfficeA-Anne Witt Allison (Robert) O, 410 Club Lane, Louisville, KY 40207. Telephone: 502/896-1105

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Marian Webb Hutchinson (Mark) All, RR
Alpha Chi Carla Spires, WKU, College Heights, P.O. / » a c h e l Smith Allen (Neil) A X , 459
Western Kentucky Brentmoor Dr., Bowling Green, KY #1, Box 362A, Philpot, KY 42366, 502/
University Box 291, Bowling Green, KY 42101, 502/ 281-5948
42101, 502/843-8570 Peg Maleck Frerk (Laurence) I, 734 Circle
Beta Lambda 748-2732 Dr., Tower Lake, Barrington, IL 60010,
Illinois Wesleyan 312/526-7803
University Donna Rekau, 1314 North Fell Avenue, Carol Grigsby Morris (Robert) B4>. 702 N. Ann McClanahan Gilchrist (Keith) 9, 5613
Skyridge Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46250,
Beta Phi Bloomington, IL 61701, 309/829-1890 School, Normal, IL 61761, 309/452-7802 317/849-6142
Indiana Ann McClanahan Gilchrist
University Linda Childress, 901 E. 10th Street, Bloom- Rita Conray Hurtt (Barry) KA, 3611 Bain
ington, IN 47401, 812/332-6174 bridge Dr., Bloomington, IN 47401, 812/ Mary Matarazzo Bryant (William) AQ. 2113
Chi Lambda 332-0671 Maryland Avenue, Louisville, KY 40205.
University of Karen Wannemuehler, University of Evans- 502/458-1201
Evansville ville, P.O. Box 2684, Station D, Evans- Toni Reitz, XA, 521 South Runnymeade,
ville, IN 47714, 812/477-6838 Evansville, IN 47714, 812/477-0005 Jane Elgin Karasick (Bernard) $T, Mare Barn
Delta Omega Lane, Wayne, IL 60184, 312/584-5055
Murray State Anne Freels, MSU, A0I1 House, Box 2399, Carmen Arnold Garland (Ricky) AS1, Rt. 7,
University University Station, Murray, KY 42071. Box 886, Murray, KY 42071, 502/753- Faye Brown Valbert (Paul) BA, 1720 Lincoln
502/753-9174 0810 Rd., Champaign, IL 61820, 217/359-3623
Iota
University of Kerri Molnar, 706 S. Mathews Street. Urba- JoAnne Yonke Zunich (Butch) I, 2005 S. Anne Buechlein Wilmes (Arthur) XA, 4404
Illinois na, IL 61801, 217/344-0136 Mattis, #E., Champaign, IL 61821, 217/ Caledonia Way, Indianapolis, IN 46254,
352-3299 317/291-7255
Kappa Alpha Carol Oxford, ISU. Suite 122, Lincoln
Indiana State Quad, Terre Haute, IN 47809, 812/232- JoAnn Bohn Gibbons (Paul) K A , 35 Marian Webb Hutchinson
University 1051, Ext. 122 Gardendale Road, Terre Haute, IN 47803,
812/877-2279 Marian Webb Hutchinson
Kappa Kappa Pam Pratt, BSU, P.O. Box 219, Student
Ball State Center, Muncie, IN 47306, 317/285-4416 Mary Lou Niedenthal Huber (William) K K , Mary Matarazzo Bryant
University 2000 W. Jackson St., Muncie, IN 47303,
Kristi Farmer, 508 Columbia Street, Lexing- 317/288-3100 Anne Buechlein Wilmes
Kappa Omega ton, KY 40508, 606/258-2293
University of Cynthia Chandler, AX, 3421B Alpine Mary Matarazzo Bryant
Kentucky Tammy Crawford, MSU, UPO 1284, More- Court, Lexington, KY 40503, 606/273-
head, KY 40351, 606/783-3858 2619 Peg Maleck Frerk
Omega Xi
Morehead State Martha Lutz, Hanover College, AOII House, Betty Taylor Thompson (Charles) O, 350 E.
University Hanover, IN 47243, 812/866-2572 Ext. 278 2nd St., Morehead, KY 40351, 606/784-
9640
Phi Omicron Lisa ladicicco, 1001 David Ross Road, West
Hanover College Lafayette, IN 47906, 317/463-9566 Sue Yoder McClew (Robert) 4>0, 159 Green-
wood Lane, Hanover, IN 47243, 812/866-
Phi Upsilon Linda Madden. Alpha Omicron Pi, Student 2572
Purdue University Center, Room 12, Louisville, KY 40292.
502/637-5207 Jane Hamblin, * T , 400 N. River Road,
Pi Alpha #1115, West Lafayette, IN 47906, 317/
University of Louisville RayeAnn Huber. 602 W. Chandler Street, 743-6663
Macomb. IL 61455. 309/837-4001
Sigma Iota Elaine James Kennedy (Philip) AX, 3815 Bri-
Western Illinois ar Ridge Rd„ LaGrange, KY 40031, 502/
University 241-0894

Theta Judy Rogers (Keith) EI, 106 Dove Avenue,
DePauw University Macomb. IL 61455, 309/833-4867

Janet Johns, 225 S. Bloomington Street. Suzanne Goin, *T, 5219 Cider Mill Lane, Faye Brown Valbert

Greencastle. IN 46135, 317/653-8861 Indianapolis, IN 46226, 317/546-5089

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Bloomington, IN DeKalb-Sycamore Colony
Virginia Houze Batchelor (Joseph) NO, 2610 Winder- Evansville Tri-State Mary Turner Diaz (Angel) IIK, 1548 Timberwood
• mere Woods Dr.. Bloomington. IN 47401. 812/ Fort Wayne Court, Sycamore, IL 60176, 815/895-6667
332-4332 Indianapolis
Bloomington-Normal Kentuckiana Sandra Baechle Raben (Philip) B+, 12593 Apache
Nancy Harms Kauffman (Von) BA, 1600 A-5 North- Kokomo Pass. Evansville, IN 47712, 812/963-6495
Bowling Green brook, Normal, IL 61761, 309/454-5063 Lafayette
Lake County Susan Crunk Miller (Ken) KK, 1908 Montgomery
Champaign-Urbana Gwynne Runner Hammond, AX, 2623A Navaho Lexington Court, Fort Wayne, IN 46805, 219/749-5847
Court, Bowling Green, KY 42101, 502/843-6801 Muncie
Chicago Area Council Mary McKinney Lett (Michael) B*. 5907 Belford
Karen Fleischer Steigmann (Richard) NE, 2410 Not- Court, Indianapolis, IN 46254, 317/293-2854
Chicago-Beverly Hills tingham Court, N„ Champaign, IL 61820, 217/
352-2410 Paula Olthuis, ft, 820 Fountain Avenue, Louisville,
Chicago-North Shore KY 4u222, 502/425-9977
Chicago-Northwest Pat Grundmeir Juza (Michael) NI, 404 S. Rose, Pala-
^Suburban tine, IL 60067, 312/359-4191 Ruth Vanneman Keller (Ray) XA. 1516 Cadillac
Chicago-West Suburban Drive West. Kokomo, IN 46901, 317/452-0807
Sue Roczikaj Trump (Rick) NI, 335 Norwood Drive,
Frankfort, IL 60423, 815/469-9509 Lynne Smith McHenry (Thomas) 4>T, 1011 Oakhurst
Drive, West Lafayette, IN 47906, 317/463-6716
Susan Guenzler Getz (Herbert) BA, 5415 N. Sheridan
Road, #2701, Chicago, IL 60640, 312/784-0287 Karla Charnekar, K A , 1331 Willow Court,
Schererville, IN 46375, 219/865-6746
Jean Dundas Zimmermann (James) AT, 308 N. Wal-
nut Lane, Schaumburg, IL 60194, 312/843-0041 Mary Forsythe, Ktl, 508 Columbia Avenue, Lexing-
ton, KY 40508, 606/258-2237
Judy Gambrel Flessner (Todd) I, 1511 Ashford
Court, Wheaton, IL 60187, 312/665-7380 Tamra Snyder Redden (David) KK, 4809 Cardinal
Drive, Muncie. IN 47304, 317/282-5629

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Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Rockford Georgene Wall Reichert (Frank) BA, 5944 Creekside Springfield Area
Mary Jo Giganta Osborn (James) BA, 207 S. Durkin
Lane. Rockford. IL 61111, 815/877-1222 #1, Springfield, IL 60704, 217/793-1504

South Bend Sue Jones, B*, 1609 Renfree Drive, South Bend, IN Terre Haute Valerie Walker, KA, 3409 Ohio Boulevard, Terre
46614. 219/291-2943 Haute, IN 47803, 812/232-4965

IV-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:

Anne Buechlein Wilmes-lndianapolis, Lafayette, Muncie.

Peg Maleck Frerk-Bloomington-Normal, Lake County, Rockford, Springfield Area.
Ann McClanahan Gilchrist-Bloomington, IN, Evansville Tri-State, Kokomo, South Bend.
Jane Elgin Karasick-Champaign Urbana, Chicago Area Council, Chicago Beverly Hills, Chicago North Shore, Chicago Northwest Suburban, Chicago West Suburban.
Faye Brown Valbert-Fort Wayne, Terre Haute.
Mary Matarazzo Bryant-Kentuckiana.
Marian Webb Hutchinson-Bowling Green, Lexington.

REGION V

Vice President: Virginia Zenishek Struble (William) *, 2330 S.E. Alamar Road, Topeka, KS 66605. Telephone: 913/233-0842
Extension Officer: Peggy Robinson Kelley (Mike) * E , 13561 Gold Street, Omaha, NE 68144. Telephone: 402/333-7198
Finance Officer: Ellen Hoffman Buckley, EL R.R. 5654, Spirit Lake, LA 51360. Telephone: 712/336-2593
Rush Officer: Charlene Hametz Meyer (Lloyd) Z, 11475 Frances, Omaha, NE 68144. Telephone: 402/334-9030

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Laura Broulik, Coe College, Box 554, Cedar
Alpha Theta Jan Schmidt, AO, 330 29th Street, S.E., Apt. Debbie Bittinger, I E , 1917 Buckingham
Coe College Rapids. IA 52402, 319/399-8787 24, Cedar Rapids, IA 52403, 319/366- Drive, NW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402, 319/
5334 396-1544
Delta Pi Mari Cole, CMSU, A211A Panhellenic Hall,
Central Missouri Warrensburg, MO 64093, 816/747-6365 Deanna Fidler, All, 9415 East 81st, Ray- Carol Swanson, * E , 6100 Vine St., E-30,
State University town, MO 64138, 816/356-9515 Lincoln, NE 68505, 402/466-3382
Iota Sigma
Iowa State Connie Prohaska, 2007 Greeley, Ames, IA Regina Frandsen Ellingson (Wayne) IE, 3008 Debbie Bittinger
University 50010. 515/292-5097 Eisenhower Cr., Ames, IA 50010, 515/ Carol Swanson
233-1921
Phi Betsy Scherzer, W , 328 Camden Manor,
University of Lawrence, KS 66044, 913/842-7113 Elaine Patchin Hoffman (Carl) *, 1271 Med-
Kansas ford, Topeka, KS 66604, 913/232-0004

Phi Sigma Stacey Mowrey, KSC, AOII House, Conrad Becky Baker Crocker (Jim) * E , 4319 Glen- Mary Lee Glen, Z, 14109 Pierce Plaza #60,
Kearney State Hall #112, Kearney, NE 68847, 308/236- wood Dr., Kearney, NE 68847, 308/234- Omaha, NE 68144, 402/333-3169
College 3102 or 236-4050 3225
Debbie Bittinger
Theta Chi Julie Spotts, 3823 Garretson Avenue, Sioux Jeanine Jorgensen, 0X, 933 South St. Mar-
Morningside City, IA 51106, 712/274-5606 ys, Sioux City, IA 51106, 712/274-2697
College
Zeta Tami Leise, 1541 "S" Street, Lincoln, NE Cynthia Dumler, Z, 2800 Woods Blvd., Mary Lee Glen
University of 68508, 402/474-9238 Apt. 109, Lincoln, NE 68502, 402/423-
Nebraska 9048
at Lincoln

Alumnae Chapter President Key Alums (continued) Jill Allen, *, 2332 South Ohio, Salina, Kansas 67401,
Ames Kansas 913/827-4133
Cedar Rapids Area Colony Eileen Aksamit Muff (Don) Z, 1312 Scott Circle,
Columbia-Jefferson City Ames, IA 50010, 515/292-2725 Missouri Susan Burke Martz (Warren) 9Q, 233 N. Fountain,
Des Moines Central Missouri Area Wichita, KS 67208, 316/682-2887
Greater Kansas City Debbie Bittinger, IE, 1917 Buckingham Dr., NW, Ce- Southwest Area
Kearney dar Rapids, IA 52402, 319/396-1544 Carol Stegner Fowler (Jerry) ATI, 368 So. English,
Lincoln Nebraska Marshal], MO 65340, 816/886-7117
Maryville Diane Poole Sprenger (Gary) TA, 1802 Juniper Dr., Columbus Area
Omaha Columbia. MO 65201. 314/443-8416 Fremont Lindsey Easton Benne, *, 1931 S. Luster, Springfield,
Saint Louis Grand Island Area MO 65804, 417/883-1379
Topeka JoAnn Winter Gronert (David) 'IE, 5000 Urbandale
Ave.. Des Moines. IA 50310, 515/279-4974 Hastings Area Helen Bergin Kampfe (Steven) Z, 160 Lakeshore
North Platte Drive, Columbus, NE 68601, 402/564-5936
Linda Gitzendanner Hines (Stuart) BA, 4005 W. 74th York Area
St., Prairie Village, KS 66208, 913/432-4695 Mary Clearman Johnson (William) Z, East Military &
Johnson Road, Fremont, NE 68025, 402/721-3015
Mary Minton Beller (Gary) #E, 1111 3rd Avenue,
Kearney, NE 68847, 308/234-5913 Becky Denman Peterson (Ronald) * E , 3115 Brent-
wood Blvd., Grand Island, NE 68801, 308/382-
Idonna Bock, Z, 5532 Shady Creek Ct„ Apt. 8, Lin- 3280
coln, NE 68516, 402/423-1175
Dixie Homan Tripe (James) #E, 742 E. 7th, Hastings,
Christine Matney Houghton (Ben) AQ, 300 Matthews NE 68901, 402/463-2621
Lane, Box 486, Gower, MO 64454, 816/424-6248
Lynda Aufdengarten Adams (Rick) Z, 720 W. First
Pamela Wamer Hill (Douglas) IA, 626 Westridge St., North Platte, NE 69101, 308/532-9045
Drive, Elkhorn, NE 68022, 402/289-3218
Virginia McPeck Rosenau (Harold) Z, #1 Arbor
Linda Brownfield Liermann (Robert) I, 2015 Lake Heights, York, NE 68467, 402/362-3789
Clay, Chesterfield, MO 63017, 314/532-3210

Kathleen Waner, *, 15S0 Chelsea #6, Topeka. KS
66604, 913/273-6124

Key Alums Jayne Hager Dee (Eric) IE, 106 Third Street, N.E., V-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:
Iowa State Center, IA 50247. 515/483-2576
Debbie Bittinger-Ames, Cedar Rapids Area Colony, Des Moines.
Central Iowa Area Ellen Hoffman Buckley, EI, R.R. 5654, Spirit Lake, Carol Swanson-Columbia-Jefferson City, Greater Kansas City, Maryville, St. Louis.
IA 51360 Mary Lee Glen-Kearney, Lincoln, Omaha.
Northwest Area

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REGION VI

Vice President: Audrey Hoenshell Humason (Harlan) T, 14548 Edgewater Lane, NE, Seattle, WA 98155. Telephone: 206/363-0151
Extension Officer: Suzanne Colgan, AI\ 1725 96th Avenue, N.E., Bellevue, WA 98004. Telephone 206/454-4358
Finance Officer: Pamela Davenport Howard (Kent) T, 17814 N.E. 8th Place, Bellevue, WA 98008. Telephone: 206/747-8504
Rush Officer: Ann M. Casale, AP, 711 N.E. Randall, Apt. 201, Portland, OR 97232. Telephone: 503/235-6217

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Julie Elsensohn, NE 820 Campus, Pullman, Kathleen Oliver Busch (Bruce) T, 5700—29th
Alpha Gamma Kathleen M. Smith-Meadows (Gary) IA,
Washington State WA 99163, 509/335-8502 SW 930 Alcora Dr., Pullman, WA 99163, Ave., N.E., Seattle, WA 98105, 206/522-
University 509/334-4239 1239
Theresa Simpson, 1119 South Fifth Avenue, Kathleen Oliver Busch
Alpha Phi Bozeman, MT 59715, 406/587-0691 Beverly Landes Townsend (Bill) A*, 1308
Montana State So. Black, Bozeman, MT 59715, 406/586- Denise Jacobson, A4\ Route \, Box 45 C,
University Andrea Kum, 2435 N. W. Harrison, Corval- 6422 Amity, OR 97101, 503/835-3006
lis. OR 97330, 503/754^,949
Alpha Rho Ruth Gillmore Baines (John) AP, 204 N.W.
Oregon State 27th, Corvallis, OR 97330, 503/752-2968
University
Angela Ewing, 1680 Alder Street, Eugene, Brenda Mcintosh, AE. 3008 W. 15th, Eu- Barbara Bierer Long (Kenneth) AP, 2166
Alpha Sigma OR 97401, 503/ 485-0665 gene, OR 97402, 503/683-1596 Yolanda, Springfield, OR 97477. 503/746-
University of 9769
Oregon Christine Nasar. 1434 Lakewood Drive, Connie Vivrik, BK, 104-274 West 2nd St.,
Vancouver, B.C., Canada V5L 4M8, 604/ North Vancouver, BC, Canada V7M 1C8, Barbara Bierer Long
Beta Kappa 1 253-2290 604/986-2673
University of Kathleen Oliver Busch
British Columbia Elaine Whitley, 220 Daly, Missoula, MT Renda Greene, BP, P.O. Box 3313. Missou-
59801, 406/728-2151 la, MT 59806, 406/2S1-2451
Beta Rho
University of Kelly Jackson, BSU, A0I1 House, 1906 Pot- Candy Charity, IE, 1210 Camelot Drive, Denise Jacobson
Montana ter Drive, Boise. ID 83706, 208/344-7054
Boise, ID 83704, 208/375-3840
Beta Sigma
Boise State Katie Hallahan, 1906 NE 45th, Seattle, WA Joan Lee, A r , 516 So. 222nd #4, Des Barbara Bierer Long
University 98105, 206/524-4669 Moines, WA 98188, 206/878-3219

Upsilon
University of
Washington

Alumnae Chapter President Key Alums Debby Griffiths. 1326 W. 27th Avenue, Apt. 201,
Springfield Alaska Anchorage. AK 99503
Missoula Marsha Bowles, AE, 1780 Northview #113, Eugene,
Pocatello OR 97405, 503/683-8774 Anchorage Jeanine Olmsted. 1770 Hayburn East, #25, Twin
Portland Falls, ID 83301
Pullman Renda Greene, BP, P.O. Box 3313, Missoula, MT Idaho
Seattle 59806, 406/549-0020 Kathy Timm. 1832 Columbine, Billings, MT 59105
Spokane Montana
Vancouver, BC Pat Groom Jones (James) IA, 1238 E. Bonneville, Po- Rebecca Blake. 3216 B. Goldnour Ct., Port Orchard.
Vancouver, catello. ID 83201, 208/232-3463 Washington WA 98366
WA Colony Port Orchad
Carmen Baker Gibbons (Don) T, 1100 S.W. Betty Hinkley, 4017 S.. Auburn. Kennewick, WA
Hillcroft, Portland, OR 9722S, 503/644-4617 Tri-Cities- 99336
Richland/Pasco/
Shirley Armstrong Perryman (Lance) Ar, S.W. 1015 Kennewick
Monte Vista, Pullman, WA 99163, 509/334^1738
VI-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:
Donna Drottz LeFevre (Alan) T, 4530 N.E. 204th
Place, Seattle, WA 98155. 206/486-7368 Kathleen Oliver Busch-Missoula, Pullman, Spokane.
Denise Jacobson-Pocatello, Portland, Vancouver, WA Colony.
Sherry Devlin (Vincent), 1012 W. Cleveland, Spo- Barbara Bierer Long-Eugene-Springfield, Seattle, Vancouver, B.C.
kane, WA 92205, 509/327-9332

Marjorie Stevens. BK, 1675 W. 60th Avenue, Van-
couver, B.C., Canada V6P 2A7, 604/266-0091

Jane Polka Lindgren (Richard) AP, 9503 NE 142nd
Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98662, 206/892-2636

REGION VII

Vice President: Barbara Owens Kramer (Raymond) B*, 7516 Chattington Dr., Dallas, TX 75240. Telephone: 214/233-6495
Extension Officer: Gloria Cunningham Rowland (Jim) ITK. 6350 Keller Springs Road, #662, Dallas, TX 75248. Telephone: 214/733-0163
Finance Officer: Pamela Hathcock de Zevallos (Edward)NO, 12020 Naughton Drive, Houston, TX 77024. Telephone: 713/467-8560
Rush Officer: Jennifer Macey. 9fi. 8453 Southwestern Blvd., #6147. Dallas, TX 75206. Telephone: 214/696-4421

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Frankie Frazier Roberts (Lloyd) NB, P.O.
Delta Beta Tracey Barnabei, USL, Box 42130, Lafa- Sue A. Sowell (Martin) AB, 209 Halcott
University of yette, LA 70504. 318/233-0134 Drive, Lafayette, LA 70503, 318/988-4955 Box 233. Clinton, MS 39056, 601/924-
Southwestern 4120
Louisiana
Cindy Swartzfager, Southeastern Louisiana Cynthia Lobue (Joseph) K T , P.O. Box 764, Frankie Frazier Roberts
Kappa Tau University, P.O. Box 948, Hammond, LA Hammond. LA 70404. 504/34S-0796
Southeastern 70402, 504/549-3680
Louisiana
University

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Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director

Lambda Tau Tina Zuniga, NLU, P.O. Box 4173, Monroe, Terri Parker, AT, 54B Colonial Drive, Mon- Gail Province Osborne (Paul) DO, 1124
Northeast Louisiana LA 71201, 318/342-4373 roe, LA 71203, 318/345-1347 Warner, Jonesboro, AR 72401, 501/932-
University 2942

Sigma Omicron Christy Satterfield, ASU, P.O. Box 928. Carolyn Swindle Wyatt (Thad) £ 0 , 3629 Frankie Frazier Roberts
Arkansas State State University, AR 72467, 501/972-1556 Blueridge Circle, lonesboro. AR 72401,
University 501/932-1155

Upsilon Lambda Cheryl Weston, Upsilon Lambda Chapter of Marie Louise Dieu Cooper (William) BTK, Nancy Shaw Shaheen (Glen) AO, 2101 Tree
University of AOI1, University of Texas at San Antonio, 6030 Forest Ridge, San Antonio, TX House Lane, Piano, TX 75023; 214/867-
Texas-San Antonio San Antonio, TX 78285, 512/349-2102 78240, 512/684-5188 0819

Texas Woman's University Kathy Wilson, AO, 8453 Southwestern Nancy Shaw Shaheen
Colony Blvd. #6147, Dallas, TX 45206, 214/696-
4421

Alumnae Chapter President Key Alums Kathy Eubanks Beasley (John) NB, 1216 N. 6th, Apt.
*Arlington Mid-Cities Arka'tsas A, Blytheville, AR 72315
Austin Virginia Jennings Hildebrandt (Gary) $K, 1413
Baton Rouge Woodway Dr., Hurst, TX 76053, 817/284-3221 Blytheville Dorothy Sherman Dean (Robert) Z, 43 N. Badalona
Beaumont Dr., Hot Springs, AR 71901
Dallas Patricia Failor Abreu (John) U.K, 6905 Isabelle, Aus- Hot Springs
Fort Worth tin, TX 78752, 512/453-6489 Rebecca Morgan Cheney (Mrs.) EO, 2306 Sheffield,
Greater Lafayette Pine Bluff Pine Bluff, AR 71603
Hammond Clara Cantrell Tomsula (Patrick) AO, 1978 Long-
Houston wood Dr., Baton Rouge, LA 70808, 504/927-7248 West Memphis September Urfer Griggs (Mrs.) EO, 914 Mimosa,
lonesboro Louisiana West Memphis, AR 72301
Lake Charles/ Melanie Bernard Ladner (Claude) NB, 3010 Nash-
Calcasieu Colony ville, Nederland, TX 77627, 409/722-6591 Alexandria Kathy Phillips, AT, 2908 Linda Drive, Alexandria,
Little Rock LA 71301
Monroe Carol Miller Stevenson (John) 0, 2440 Bengal, Piano, Houma-Thibodaux
New Orleans TX 75023, 214/596-3266 Jo Burfford Dennis (John) AT, 301 Washington
Northwest Arkansas Oklahoma Street, Thibodaux, LA 70301
Oklahoma City Margaret Whitney Shiels (Robert) K, 3705 Mocking- Bartlesville
bird Lane, Ft. Worth, TX 76109, 817/924-9720 Edmond Barbara Kenagy Wood (Richard) 6, 1847 Barlow
San Antonio Lawton Court, Bartlesville, OK 74003
Shreveport Susan Baker, AB, 105 Maurice, Lafayette, LA 70506,
Tulsa 318/234-2331 Norman Karen Brna Klinka (John) P, 1520 Oak Creek Drive,
'Redevelopment Stillwater Edmond, OK 73034
Michele Woolley Rodriguez (Herbert) K T , 3604
Bissonet Drive, Metairie, LA 70003, 504/45S-706S Texas Constance Quigley Overby (John) B r , 114 Berkshire
Amarillo Way, Lawton, OK 73501
Jane Tomsula, AO, 11711 Memorial, #600. Houston,
TX 77024 Bryan-College Station Loree Ferguson (Clyde) 4>, 920 Hoover Street, Nor-
Corpus Christi man, OK 73069
Barbara Reng, 530, 218 Avondale Arms Apts., Jones-
boro, AR 72401, 501/932-3094 Denton Mary Kennedy Lawler (James) On, 1109 N. Skyline
Drive, Stillwater, OK 74074
Victoria "Vicki" Johnson, AT, 710 W. McNeese El Paso
Street, #19, Lake Charles, LA 70605, 318/478-2897 Connie Quigg Bhasker (Chand) AO, 6715 Sandie Ct„
Georgetown Amarillo, TX 79109
Irene Edmunds Sniegocki (Richard) 0, 8616 Linda
Lane, Little Rock, AR 72207, 501/225-2190 Harlingen Rebecca Sharp Huchingson (Richard) EO, 3705 Hol-
Longview ly, Bryan, TX 77801
Suzanne Dickerson, AT, 7200 DeSiard, Monroe, LA
71201, 318/343-2451 Sandra Mathis, I1K, 4505 Mt. Vemon, Corpus Chris-
ti, TX 78411
Bonnie Olsen Harvey, T, 1421 Terpsichore, New Or-
leans, LA 70130, 504/561-8562 Arley Berwald Hulstrand (Richard) B r , 3110 Carmel,
Denton, TX 76201
Agnes Bondy Walters (Hubert) AB, Rt. 6, Box 466,
Fayetteville, AR 72701, 501/442-5790 Joanne Tontz Ellzey (Lawrence) K, 310 Olivia Circle,
El Paso, TX 79912
Diane Roberts Herrmann (William) Z, 2605
Countrywood Lane, Edmond, OK 73034, 405/348- Margaret Clark Green (Sam) IT Rt. 3, Box 128A,
2069 Georgetown, TX 78626

Sue Sonney, TA, 3031 Eisenhauer Road, San Anto- Dana Adams Clark (William) UK, 2401 Louis Place,
nio, TX 78229, 512/826-6291 Harlingen, TX 78550

Diane Reeves Sroka, AT, 4803 E. Texas, Lot 11, Susan Hill Perry (Milton) O, 1909 Mary Jane Drive,
Bossier City, LA 71111, 318/746-0813 Longview, TX 75601

Mary Margaret Gaynor Fallis (Gordon) *, 3138 S.
85th E. Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74145, 918/749-0275

Lubbock Carolyn Holland Mosser (James) IIK, 5808 57th
Street, Lubbock, TX 79414

Nacogdoches Rebecca Slack Stanly (T. J.) AO, 219 Parker Road,
Nacogdoches, TX 75961

Waco Dr. Karen Peeler, II, 1624 S. 10th, Waco, TX 76706

West Texas Frances West Hill (Grady) nK, Box 6, Christoval, TX
76935
VII-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:

Gail Province Osbom-Dallas, Fort Worth, Jonesboro, Monroe, Northwest Arkansas, Oklahoma City, Tulsa.
Frankie Frazier Roberts-Baton Rouge, Greater Lafayette, Hammond, Little Rock, New Orleans.
Nancy Shaw Shaheen-Arlington Mid-Cities. Austin, Beaumont, Houston, Lake Charles/Calcasieu Colony. San Antonio, Shreveport.

REGION VIII

Vice President: Robin Lee Beltramini (Richard) I, 5924 S. Stanley Place, Tempe, AZ 85283. Telephone: 602/838-7475
Extension Officer: Crystal Paine Compese (Joseph) XA, 23063 Baltar, Canoga Park, CA 91304. Telephone: 213/884-9914
Finance Officer: Nancy Schlosser Dunn (Charles) AE, 11 Raymond Court, San Carlos, CA 94070. Telephone: 415/368-2418
Rush Officer: Lisa Richtermeyer Shemwell (Michael) All, 5569 El Sereno Avenue, Los Altos, CA 94022. Telephone: 415/965-2041

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Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Kathleen Ryan, 203 First Street, Davis, CA
Chi Alpha Karen Norene Mills, XA, 327 Zephyr Ranch Phyllis Casteel Gilson (Stanley) E4>, 6628
University of 95616, 916/756-5590 Dr., Sacramento, CA 95831, 916/393- Woodlake Ave., Canoga Park, CA 91307,
California-Davis 7311 213/887-9344
Susanne Flicker, 1015 15th Street, Boulder,
Chi Delta CO 80302, 303/440-3745 Anne Clark, EA, 1241 Pennsylvania St., #5, Phyllis Austin, NA, 156 W. 222nd Street,
University of Denver, CO 80203, 303/832-4098 Carson, CA 90745, 213/834-6215
Colorado
Caroline Craig, 3980 East 8th Street, Long Barbara Kramer Rhinehart (Vincent) AB, Gayle Fitzpatrick, AP, 1820 Ardmore Ave.,
Lambda Beta Beach, CA 90804, 213/433-9592 1470 E. Bryant Dr., Long Beach, CA #37, Hermosa Beach, CA 902S4. 213/379-
California State 90815, 213/498-2693 4693
University-Long Beach Tricia Koopman, Lambda Iota Chapter of
AOn, P.O. Box 12083, La Jolla, CA Reba Shannon Traber (Arthur) T, 12007 Ba- Rosemary Kappas Schwierjohn (Roger) I,
Lambda lota 92037, 619/450-1688 jada Road, San Diego, CA 92128, 619/ 11213 N. 51st Drive, Glendale, AZ 85304,
University of 487-0408 602/979-8299
California-San Diego Sine Thongchua, 647 W. 28th Street, Los
Angeles, CA 90007, 213/745-8426 or 745- Kim Rodgers, NA, 3220 Altura Avenue, Rosemary Kappas Schwierjohn
Nu Lambda 2556 (P) #132, LaCrescenta, CA 91214, 213/957-
University of 7432 Phyllis Casteel Gilson
Southern California Jacqueline Michalik, 2311 Prospect, Berke-
ley, CA 94704, 415/540-9152 or 9153 Sandra Glooschenko Jaeger, E , 1817 Gayle Fitzpatrick
Sigma Capistrano, Berkeley, CA 94706, 415/
University of Deborah Barrett, Sigma Phi Chapter of 526-6667 Rosemary Kappas Schwierjohn
California-Berkeley A0I1, P.O. Box 3463, Granada Hills, Ca
91344, 213/993-4639 (P) Annette Noel Caldwell (Chris) E * . 13701
Sigma Phi Hubbard, #49, Sylmar, CA 91342, 213/
California State Laura Hales, NAU, C.U. Box 7617, Flag- 362-7366
University-Northridge staff, AZ 86011, 602/523-4302
Lillian Palmer Baker (Richard) 00. 1508 N.
Theta Omega Aztec, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, 602/774-3659
Northern Arizona
University

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
'Albuquerque Salt Lake City Colony
Amador-Livermore Valley Ms. Kathy Kochendorfer, TA, 4709 Marquette, N.E. San Diego Vicki Woodward Armstrong (Larry) TT, 1423 East
Denver Albuquerque. NM 87108, 505/265-4151 San Fernando Valley 8685 South, Sanda, UT 84092, 801/561-7983
San Jose
Diablo Valley Juanita Skajian Haugen (Gilbert) NA, 3845 Pinot Ct., San Mateo Bonnie Somers Berger (Edward) T, 13860 Olive Mill
East Bay Pleasanton, CA 94566, 415/846-1816 South Bay-Palos Verdes Way, Poway, CA 92064, 619/748-8854
Glendale Southern Orange County
Hawaii Mary Margaret Griffith Hartman (Robert) XA, 9281 Tucson Peggy Parsley Horlick (Jay) E * . 587 Calle del Sur,
W. 92nd Ave., Westminister, CO 80020, 303/425- Ventura County Thousand Oaks. CA 91360. 805/492-6754
Long Beach 6656 'Redevelopment
Aimee Bourdet Dugan (Leland) AE, 7072 Martwood
Dorothy Bishop Garber (Charles) A, 3690 Hastings Way, San Jose, CA 95120, 408/268-1172
Ct„ Lafayette, Ca 94549, 415/283-2056
Gloria Tillman Markussen (Mrs.) AB, 741 Big Bend
Laura Bloom Doyle (Michael) AI, 2709 Mountain Dr., Pacifica, Ca 94044, 415/355-0778
Gateway, Oakland, CA 94611, 415/482-2659
Donna Bittmann Kasper (Paul) AB, 5016 Steve Ann
Linda Hasencamp Hensiek (Barry) AB, 559 Glen- St., Torrance, CA 90503. 213/540-2463
wood, #4, Glendale. CA 91202, 213/507-0943
Nancy Bates-Lane Heard (John) XA, 16086 Redwood
Mary Lou Schwamm Delpech (Rodney) NA, 444 St., Fountain Valley, CA 92708, 714/775-4512
Lanalilo Home Road, #329, Honolulu, HI 96825,
808/395-3534 Suzanne Levitz Payton (Ron) TA, 2701 E. Windsor,
Tucson, AZ 85716, 602/881-7997
Pat Naylor Dumalski (Steve) AB, 5229 Mintum Ave-
nue, Lakewood, Ca 90712, 213/633-8938 Dorothy Keen Robinson (Richard) NA, 950 Valley
High, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362, 805/495-6074

Los Angeles Donna Christie Kolkey, BK, 11100 Acama Street,
#11, Studio City, CA 91604, 213/763-0854

Marin County Mignon Macurda Stannard (Milton) K 6 , 3 Green- Key Alums
wood Ct., Tiburon, CA 94920, 415/388-8513 California

Monterey Joanne Benedict Honegger (W. B.), A, 26317 Senic Bakersfield Mary Newman (Robert) ATI, 7905 Sproat Way, Ba-
Road, Carmel, CA 93923, 408/624-5476 kersfield, CA 93309, 805/398-0446
San Francisco
Northern California Council Judith Lacina Blakely (Donald) Oil, 752 Longridge Angela Swanson, 1252A Spruce Street, Berkeley, CA
Road, Oakland, CA 94610, 415/444-1459 Santa Rosa 94709, 415/644-1918

Northern Orange County Carol Lamar (Robert) K6, 6910 Michigan Circle, An- Visalia Penny Hamilton (Robert) EA, Oakmont, 138 Valley
aheim, C A 92807, 714/998-5365 Lakes Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 93277
Nevada
Palo Alto Marilyn Lyman Palmer (James) NA, 8 Hesketh Drive, Las Vegas Marjorie Murray (Robert) E, 31324 Royal Oaks
Menlo Park, CA 94025, 415/322-9057 Drive, Visalia, CA 93277
New Mexico
Pasadena Janie Little Steckenrider (Troy) I, 834 Balboa, Arca- Los Alamos Sherlene Parson (William) ATI, 4165 Judson Avenue,
dia, CA, 91006, 213/445-6424 Las Vegas. NV 89115

Phoenix Judy Hornik Bourassa (Clifford) Oil, 5938 E. Aster Emily Engle (Lars) IIK, 1210 Myrtle, Los Alamos,
Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85254, 602/948-6869 NM 87545

Riverside Colleen Hise Munson, AP, 8040 Magnolia Avenue,
#5, Riverside, CA 92504. 714/687-0618

Sacramento Connie Jo Heckley Badgley, B*, 6801 Red Maple
Way, Citrus Heights, CA 95610, 916/725-9889

VIII-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:

Phyllis Castee Gilson-East Day, Diablo Valley, Marin County. Palo Alto, Sacramento, San Jose, San Mateo, Ventura County.
Gayle Fitzpatrick-Amador-Livermore Valley, Glendale, Long Beach, Pasadena, Riverside, San Fernando Valley, Southern Orange County.
Rosemary Kappas Schwierjohn-Albuquerque, Hawaii, Long Angeles, Northern Orange County. Phoenix.
Phyllis Austin-Denver. Monterey, Salt Lake City Colony, San Diego. South Bay-Palos Verdes, Tucson.

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AlviwtiAc Chapter Activity

GREATER PORTLAND ME. Founders' Day with a brunch at MacPhie Linda Dell Luxen, Iota, members of Chi-
Hall on the Tufts University campus, cago West Suburban Alumnae Chapter
The Greater Portland (Maine) Alum- with seven chapters represented among are definitely ready for the Pro A m Golf
nae Chapter was busy last year enjoying the 17 members present. After a delicious Tour. If not behind the clubs, certainly
a wide variety of activities. brunch, the president, Jean Sells, con- on the wagering field. At the annual
ducted a short business meeting, after "Aim for Arthritis" golf benefit, held at
Programs included a potluck dinner, which the Founders' Day message from the Village Greens Golf Course in
learning to made chocolates, a wine and the Executive Committee was read. Elea- Woodridge, 111., more than $180 was
cheese party, a party with guests and a nore MacCurdy conducted the ritual, a raised for the Arthritis Foundation.
speaker on women's issues. lighting of candles honoring the four
Founders. The year's meetings included a talk on
The group sponsored a raffle to sup- home and personal security, given by a
port arthritis research and also help serve The chapter planned a February meet- local police chief. Fran Poole, Zeta Psi,
Kiwanis Club dinners. ing at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts to taught the group how to make a "super
view the Fairfield Porter exhibition and simple" craft project for Christmas,
Members assisted with Gamma's (Uni- have lunch in the Museum dining room, added Trish Akin.
versity of Maine) 75th anniversary cele- reported Katherine Davis Carter, Theta.
bration. Last December was particularly busy
NORTHERN ORANGE CO. for the chapter. A potluck dinner, com-
During the summer the chapter partici- The Northern Orange County Alum- plete with turkey and all the trimmings,
pated in the Cumberland County Civic and a gift exchange were just a part of the
Center's World's Largest Garage Sale, nae Chapter reported a busy year! Christmas celebration. The chapter host-
added Kim Downing. Members enjoyed many programs in- ed a Collegiate Tea during the week fol-
lowing Christmas.
OKLAHOMA CITY cluding a Boutique Auction of goodies
and crafts, sale of Christmas ornaments, "A Trimmer Me in '83" was the first
The Oklahoma City Alumnae Chapter ornament exchange, and making valen- meeting of '83. Exercises led by Sue Finis,
ended its year in May with an installation tines for a convalescent hospital. Later in Iota, got all the members moving and
luncheon given by Loree Ferguson, Phi, the spring the chapter sponsored a cou- laughing.
in Norman. ples' wine tasting party, reported Pat
Piper. During the spring more activities to
A Porch Sale was planned in July to keep the members moving: Money mak-
support the Philanthropic Foundation. CHICAGO WEST SUBURBAN ing projects for our philanthropies, two
The summer was also highlighted with a Sherry Keaton Brennan, Theta, and couples' parties and a "Ladies' Night
family picnic in August. Out."
;
Upcoming is the Make it, Bake it Auc- : SYRACUSE
tion to show off many AOII talents.
Vr What do Alan Alda and central New
SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT York AOIIs have in common? 1982 visits
Chicago West Suburban Alumnae Chapter to the Fingerlakes village of Seneca Falls!
Last December the chapter celebrated members Linda Luxen, lota, and Sherry Bren- A year ago, the popular star officiated at
its 25th anniversary at Founders' Day nan, Theta, received a lot of advice from golf the grand opening of the "Women's
luncheon. pro Tom Henner during the chapter's Aim for Rights National Historic Park." Several
Arthritis philanthropic project. months later, AOII alumnae from a 50-
Charter members, Marjorie Young mile radius met at Seneca Falls for lunch,
Lees, Gamma, and Dorothy Karstaedt good fellowship, and a look at the memo-
Osier, Omega, showed notes received at rabilia preserved in several museums.
installation and told of the early days of
the chapter. Margaret Johnson Kent, The Women's Hall of Fame highlights
Theta, and Eleanor Sharp Furney, Ome- Elizabeth Cady Stanton, prime mover be-
ga, also active charter members, were un- hind the first convention to discuss wom-
able to attend. en's rights (held at Seneca Falls in July,
1848), and other notable women like
Several members of the newly reacti- Amelia Bloomer, whose home is also in
vated Hartford group attended the cele- the village. Everyone enjoyed this joint
bration and participated in our auction of meeting of alumnae who are rather wide-
handmade Christmas items. ly separated geographically: Geneva
Area alumnae, Rochester, and Syracuse
March found members touring the Alumnae Chapter. The summarizing
Whitney Museum extension at Champion comment, in view of all the circum-
International Headquarters in Stamford, stances? "You've come a long way,
Connecticut. Cicely DeSilver Hindenach, baby!"
Epsilon Alpha, made the arrangements.
May was the installation of officers and Later Syracuse alums showed our fa-
also a discussion of the Arthritis Founda- vorite nursing-home residents that they
tion. still "light up our lives"—the tray favors
we made were fancy fat felt candles
The annual supper with husbands was stuffed with candy mints. Secret structur-
held at the home of Judy Query Miller,
Upsilon Alpha, in June.

BOSTON

Boston Alumnae Chapter celebrated

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al detail of the holiday-decorated red felt? With this fresh batch of enthusiasm, MONTEREY COUNTY
Bathroom tissue rolls! the chapter has been planning fun meet-
ings, philanthropy projects, and fund Roses, produce, Trail and Saddle Club,
Syracuse newspapers featured the citi- raising ideas. Point Lobos—What do all these say?-—
zen who received our AOTI community activities of the Monterey County Alum-
service Honor Card at Founders' Day. Creativity has been key in our meet- nae Chapter.
Evelyn Simonds, severely arthritic, ings and projects, including a homemade
founded and has been chairperson for ornament and cookie exchange at the The '82 Welcome Luncheon was given
five years of the "Arthritic Support Christmas meeting, a candy-making dem- at the home of Clare Riggs. Members en-
Group," which maintains links with, but onstration, and a cooking demonstra- joyed the view of Corral de Tierra golf
is not funded by, the local chapter of the tion. Also, in order to make money for course and Clare treated the group to a
Arthritis Foundation. It seems to us that scholarships, a special raffle is being held personal and intimate slide tour of her
AOIIs seeking means of personal service in the spring. The items raffled off were trip accompanied by her husband Jack to
to arthritis in their communities might two beautiful handmade cross stitch de- the People's Republic of China. As a nov-
borrow this good idea and form similar signs framed in wood. elty fund raiser we were offered large
self-help/discussion groups, if they do shopping bags of fantastically fresh pro-
not already exist, added Harriet L . As for our contacts with collegians, the duce, lettuce and celery, grown in the Sa-
O'Leary. chapter has made a special vow to keep linas Valley.
in close contact with its nearest chapter,
PULLMAN Omega, at Miami University. The alum- In October Bud Hobbs starred again
nae chapter helped with Omega's philan- when he was an outstanding barbecue
Following an exciting visit to Interna- thropy project and, in November, several chef for our Fourth Annual Potluck par-
tional Convention, chapter members un- visited to talk to the collegians about ty. This year it was held at the Carmel
der the direction of President Shirley "What it means to be an alum." Valley Trail and Saddle Club. Bud basted
Armstrong Perryman, Alpha Gamma, and cooked all the chicken which was ac-
planned a year filled with programs, Other events for the Spring also includ- companied by a delicious array of appe-
events and projects. ed a Founders' Day banquet at the Cin- tizers, salads, breads, and cookies. Hus-
cinnati Women's Club. In May, several bands and guests joined members for a
In September members met to sign up members traveled to Miami to "initiate" lazy sunny Sunday afternoon, reported
for committee posts and plan a function graduating seniors into alumnae status by Marilou Sutter Tomblin.
with new pledges of Alpha Gamma at holding a special ceremony, reported Jen-
Washington State University. ny Kodatsky.

Committees also began meeting about |
Founders' Day and fund-raising projects
for Arthritis Research, the Ruby Fund IP
and the Diamond Jubilee Foundation.

Highlighting the first fall meeting was a
convention report by the alumnae presi-
dent and other delegates: Sue Daiger
Schell, Sue Wayenberg Hinz and Kath-
leen Smith-Meadows. The Alpha Gamma
Corporation and Pullman Alumnae chap-
ter both received recognition at the bien-
nial conference.

LITTLE ROCK

O n a foggy evening in November the
Little Rock Alumnae Chapter had a Wine
and Cheese Party for the benefit of the
Arkansas Chapter of the Arthritis Foun-
dation.

The weather did not dampen the spirits
of those who came to support their favor-
ite charity. They sipped wine and nibbled
on assorted cheeses and crackers as they
made their way around the room, visiting
with old friends and meeting new ones.
Among the guests was Don Riggin, exec-
utive director of Arkansas Chapter of
AF.

Another attraction was an auction for
donated prizes.

Planning the party were Irene
Sniegocki, president of the alumnae
chapter, Melanie Doyle, regional vice
president, Jane Hoffman and Lori Baker.

CINCINNATI Planning the Little Rock Alumnae Chapter Wine and Cheese Benefit are seated, Melanie Nixon
Doyle, left, Lambda Sigma, Regional Vice President, and Ross Honea, Arthritis Foundation volun-
Good news from the Cincinnati Alum- teer, and standing, Jane Kenner Hoffman, Kappa Alpha, left, and Irene Edmunds Sniegocki, Omi-
nae chapter! During the year the chapter cron, alumnae president.
has increased its membership percent!

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A Christmas luncheon was held early A• are a very congenial group who enjoy
in December at Marilou Tomblin's home getting together with us on special occa-
which overlooks Carmel Bay and Point i sions," explains Bonnie Sommers Berger,
Lobos. The special surprise of the day Tau '62, president of the alumnae chap-
was a Sister Award to a very devoted t ter. The local collegians from the Lambda
and participating member, Marian Kirby Iota chapter at U C S D also were invited
Hermann, Beta Gamma. d to several meetings, and the vitality and
enthusiasm of the actives, as always,
AOSPICE—the quarterly chapter Those assisting with the New Jersey Alumnae served as a morale booster. Interest in the
newsletter is now in its second year and is Chapter's spring auction were left to right, regularly scheduled meetings seemed to
being written by Maria Rael Nowell. It Louise Lamp, newly elected chapter president; be enhanced by the fellowship with the
has become the chapter's best way to Mary Murch, hostess for the event, and Mary husbands, guests and collegians.
keep in contact with the everchanging Kent-Miller Tennant, auctioneer.
membership in the area. "Saturday Nite at the Bijou" in Octo-
and Garden Association, had just pre- ber, featuring a full length movie and
NEW JERSEY sented its 48th annual Friendship Market some delightful "oldie" cartoons with re-
and Craft Sale, one of the largest and freshments, served both as a fund raiser
Mary Knapp Murch, Theta, was host- most prestigious in the state. and ice breaker. A "Basket/box Gourmet
ess to the New Jersey Alumnae Chapter Dinner for Two" with husbands and
at an April luncheon-auction at her home GREATER PITTSBURGH guests selecting their tasty meals, com-
with Mary Kent-Miller Tennant, Omi- The Greater Pittsburgh (Pa.) Alumnae bined with an old-fashioned player piano
cron Pi, auctioneer. Mary is pressed into "Sing Along," dispersed the January Dol-
service at all auctions for her talents in Chapter had a quiet summer after Connie drums, and a family picnic spiced up by a
this area assures the best returns for phil- Anderson, Gamma Beta, and Ruth Boyer baking contest is in the offering for A u -
anthropic fund. Jones, Epsilon Alpha, attended the Inter- gust.
national Convention.
In May Mary was hostess to our group Other programs included the yearly
and our guests at what has been the best Connie and Ruth shared their Conven- "get-acquainted" supper in September; a
philanthropic endeavor, our annual tion memories during the annual Septem- dinner meeting in October, highlighted
bridge-luncheon, report Gina Strouchon. ber Tea, held at the home of President, by a professional color-analyst as the
Beth Stump, Phi Beta. "Expect to see speaker; the ever popular "Masterpiece
A festive salad luncheon with delicious many Pittsburghers at the '85 Convention Auction" in November to which mem-
cakes, prepared by our hostess was en- in D . C . ! ! " reports Connie. bers bring their own homemade treasures
joyed. Background music was supplied and goodies in any media which are auc-
by talented violinist Barbara Smerald, Enthusiasm rules as Pittsburgh Alums tioned off with the proceeds going into
Beta Phi, accompanied at the piano by celebrate the 5th year since their revital- the chapter treasury—the Lambda Iotas
Dick Lynch. Barbara plays in three N.J. ization. Roses to Kathleen Wester and Jo- joined in on the fun on this one—and the
orchestras as well as giving lessons to a anne Ross Wilder, Pi Deltas for their ded- annual Christmas Dinner and Gift Ex-
few selected pupils. Dick, a "favorite" ication from the start. change, reported Margaret Schalk Bar-
AOII husband, and Florence, chapter pe- nett, Omicron Pi '48.
rennial treasurer, hosted the end of year Pittsburgh is now colored with more
picnic. beautiful AOIls after Janice Jones', Nu In February San Diego Alums traveled
Omicron, presentation "Color Me Beauti- to the Saddleback Inn in Santa Ana to
The New Jersey Alumnae Chapter with ful." Plans are underway for Founders' participate in the Southern California
Theta Pi, Wagner College, celebrated, Day. Council's Celebration of Founders' Day.
the fiftieth anniversary of the alumnae San Diego area alums eligible to receive
chapter last December. SAN DIEGO 50-year certificates at Founders' Day
"Getting to Know You" might well were: Irene Bumstead Thelen, Alpha
Marilyn Herman, an executive board Rho; Virginia Stanton Upham, Kappa
director, was speaker. have been the theme song for the San Theta; Eleanor Pleak Bradley, Zeta; and
Diego Alums this year when they Stella Phelps Buchanan, Alpha Gamma.
Mary Tennant entertained members planned three successful social events to Also Reba Shannon Traber, Upsilon '38,
with reminiscence of days when she and include husbands and guests. "The LTOAs San Diego Alumnae past president and
other members knew several of the present chapter adviser to Lambda Iotas,
founders. Elizabeth Heywood Wyman, was awarded the Lucille English Award
who lived just a few miles from where we given yearly by the Southern California
were celebrating, was remembered as our
Bess, famous for her delicious pecan pie, Council to the alum with the most out-
Gina added. standing service to the council.

Alice Jean Lemon Riebe, Phi, our presi- To benefit the Philanthropic Founda-
dent, was honored by Theta Pi with a tion a series of lucrative garage sales were
lovely flower arrangement for her dedi- held at various times and locations dur-
cated service. ing the spring months.

Babs Carle Collins, Omicron Pi, again A n installation supper in March and a
obtained the Rock Spring Country Club special luncheon in May to honor the col-
for our luncheon. Babs, one of New Jer- legians at Lambda Iota and to welcome
sey's outstanding golfers, had been par- the graduating seniors into alumnae sta-
ticipating in the three day North-South tus climaxed a very successful year for us
Women's Senior Invitational Tournament during which we set a new all time mem-
at Pinehurst, N . C . , but to be on hand to bership record—a grand total of 65 dues-
finalize AOIT arrangements, she returned paying members.
home before the awards were made.

Louis Muncie Roehm, Beta Gamma,
was enjoying her success in another field.
Her "baby", the Woman's National Farm

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KENTUCKIANA at the Faculty Club at the University of The AOII Spring Style Show, held in
Colorado and social events such as a March, was co-sponsored by Tri-State
A very diverse 1983 schedule of events Christmas Party for members and their Alumnae and the Chi Lambda chapter at
has had something to interest all families, and a spring picnic. Programs at the University of Evansville.
Kentuckiana alumnae. meetings ranged from the League of
Women Voters to a Mother-Daughter The $404 profit was sent to the AOII
Founders' Day was celebrated Jan. 9 Career Evening, reported Janet Baird, Philanthropic Foundation.
with a dessert meeting and program at Chi Delta.
the Hyatt Regency. Special recognition Our 94-year-old Rose Award winner
was given to Elaine James Kennedy, A l - Colony celebrates was honored at an impromptu luncheon
pha Chi. Elaine serves as alum Philan- called by Tri-State Alumnae President
thropic chairperson as well as chapter first anniversary Sandy Raben on her return from the New
adviser to the University of Louisville Orleans Convention.
chapter. Elaine even found time in De- A new alumnae colony is preparing to
cember to become the proud mother of celebrate its first anniversary. It was Wahnita DeLong had been a member
Matthew!! formed last October for the Greater Hart- of a Castalian Society at Ohio Wesleyan
ford area. when she attended college. When she
February was definitely AOII month. came to Evansville as a member of the
International officers and collegians from The alums who attended the prelimi- faculty, the women in the local Castalian
Kentucky and Indiana chapters joined in nary meetings had varied interests, and Society asked her to become an associate
the installation of Pi Alpha colony as a had pledged at different colleges during of their group. The Society was installed
chapter. The following weekend was a different decades. But all were pleasantly as the Chi Lambda chapter at the Univer-
breakfast/ritual meeting held at Calvin surprised at the feeling of sisterhood that sity of Evansville in 1951.
Presbyterian church-fast becoming a Feb- existed among women who, at the begin-
ruary tradition. Leotards and sweat pants ning of each meeting, were essentially SAN FERNANDO VALLEY
were the dress for the March meeting. strangers.
AOIIs and friends met at Douglass Com- This year, members of the San Fernan-
munity Center for a workout of Jazzer- The first meeting as a colony was a do Valley Alumnae Chapter broadened
cize. cookie exchange get-together at the home their interest and ability in the kitchen
of Christine Beyers in Simsbury. The through two activities—candy-making
The second annual Yard Sale to benefit Southern Connecticut alums invited colo- and microwave demonstrations. In addi-
arthritis was held in April—another suc- ny members to attend a holiday luncheon tion to the usual Fall and Christmas get-
cessful venture. Robbie and Linda Steder, in Westport. In January, members cele- togethers, members listened to a repre-
Alpha Chi, hosted the April meeting with brated our new colony with a luncheon sentative from the National Organiza-
a Foreign Food Potluck luncheon/con- at Gordie's Place in Glastonbury. We are tion for Women; made Finals Survival
vention boutique workshop. Alumnae also part of the Greater Hartford Panhel Kits for the Sigma Phi collegiate chapter;
also attended the Senior Sendoff for U of Association, added Barbara Parker. and attended the Founders' Day lunch-
L Chapter. Send-off was hosted by Jan eon, hosted by the Southern Orange
White Jones, Alpha Chi. Members look forward to exploring County Alumnae Chapter.
the potentials of our new colony, includ-
Spring was officially here when AOIIs ing new friendships, and the establish- To top off the year, a Saturday brunch
and friends attended a night out at the ment of an AOII network of information was held to welcome the Sigma Phi sen-
ballpark for a game of the Louisville Red- sharing, including possible job opportu- iors to alumnae status, reported Shelley
birds. Summer activities included Con- nities. Alumnae in the area can contact Springer Mullins, Chi Delta.
vention, a family picnic, annual alum/ either Shawn Cohen, 3 Old Canton Rd.,
collegians "Make your own Sundae" get Canton, C T 06019, 693-0871; or Susan JONESBORO
together and a dance/cruise on the Belle Williams, 214 Monroe St., Hartford, C T
of Louisville. 06114, 278-5765. The Jonesboro Alumnae Chapter hon-
ored twelve seniors from Sigma Omicron
September will be the annual Cham- EVANSVILLE TRI-STATE in April with an elegant morning brunch
pagne brunch/membership drive, added at the home of Charlene Hurd Gairhan,
Terri Anderson, Kappa Alpha. "New Orleans Night" at an Evansville Sigma Omicron '55.
Seafood Restaurant began the fall 1983
DENVER meetings with a report about Internation- Following the brunch and the initiation
al Convention. In October the chapter of graduates into alumnae status, officers
The Denver-metro Area Alumnae will host its annual Homecoming Open for the coming year were installed. The
Chapter has had a busy and productive House Coffee at the Chi Lambda chapter new officers, all Sigma Omicrons, are
year. Sixty-three dues-paying members suite at the University of Evansville. A Barbara Reng, '69, president; Brenda
were active in their support of the Arthri- progressive dinner for husbands and Gordon Posey, '64, vice president and
tis Foundation through donated hours guests also will be held in October. The president-elect; Lou Meginnis Couch, '49,
and refreshments to the Arthritis Craft first major fund raiser for arthritis re- secretary; Gail Province Osborn '53,
Shop. search will be the Annual "Yummy and treasurer; Loretta Frasure Brooks, '53,
Craft Auction" in November. Members philanthropic chairman; Lauren Jamison,
In addition the Denver group spon- will relax before Christmas with an early '75, membership chairman; and Brenda
sored a presentation of "On Golden December Founders' Day and Christmas Welch Coop, '63, city Panhellenic dele-
Pond" which enabled it to donate $800 to Luncheon which includes Chi Lambda gate.
the Denver Arthritis Foundation. Other Collegians and their mothers. Gariann
funds were raised by a Women's Bridge Bauer Small, Chi Lambda, vice president Jonesboro alumnae also entertained
Marathon and Couple's Bridge. and program chairman, is handling ar- husbands and guests Saturday, May 14
rangements, reported Rita Mendenhall with a backyard cookout at the home of
The Denver alumnae aided Chi Delta Mengon. Debbie, Sigma Omicron '71, and Mike
throughout the year . . . from rush to Medlock.
donating goodies during final week.
International Convention in New Or-
Other activities included a Sherry Tea leans proved to be a "rewarding" experi-
for old and new AOII alumnae in the ence for area alums. Carolyn Swindle
Denver area, a Founders' Day luncheon

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Wyatt, Sigma Omicron '63, was the re- evening taking inventory at a J. Riggings VENTURA COUNTY
cipient of the Muriel T . McKinney clothing store.
Award for outstanding guidance and The fall and winter seasons were espe-
length of service to a collegiate chapter. The chapter events are not all work cially busy for the Ventura County
Carolyn has served tirelessly as advisor and no play. Other meetings last year in- Alumnae Chapter. Although compact in
to Sigma Omicron chapter on the Arkan- cluded one on Carribbean cruises, a pot- membership, it has also enjoyed the abili-
sas State University campus since 1974. luck supper in May and a lecture on gar- ty to grow closer in friendship and sister-
In addition, Jonesboro Alumnae Chapter dening. A summer luncheon to spend hood.
received an Alumnae Chapter Achieve- some time catching up on the summer's
ment Certificate. Also attending conven- activities also was planned. The 1982-83 year began in October
tion were newly appointed Regional Di- with a luncheon get-together at the home
rector Gail Province Osborn; Rosalie COLUMBUS of Vice President Mary Holm, Gamma
Gorham Barber, Sigma Omicron '57, a Tau. After a busy summer, it was a spe-
member of the Diamond Jubilee Founda- The Columbus Alumnae Chapter is cial time to renew fellowship in AOII.
tion Scholarship Committee; and Barbara looking forward to an exciting new year
Reng, alumnae president. Kay Tackett of working for AOII. The November meeting added a few
and Christy Satterfield, former and cur- pounds to us all as we enjoyed a holiday
rent presidents of Sigma Omicron chap- The last year was busy with interesting candy-making demonstration and sam-
ter, represented the collegians. Kay was a programs, including the annual Christ- pling (much sampling), added Karen
Perry Award nominee. mas Dinner for arthritis patients and fund Kardos. Jane Brown, Tau, was hostess
raising. for the delicious activity.
CHICAGO NORTHWEST
Charlene Potter, regional vice presi- December found us exchanging Christ-
SUBURBAN dent; Carolyn Katz, regional finance offi- mas ornaments, a tradition for the chap-
cer, and Susan Adair, alumnae chapter ter, at the home of Gail McDowell, Nu
A wide variety of philanthropic pro- president, reported a terrific time at New Lambda.
jects over the past year have kept the Orleans.
Chicago Northwest Suburban Alumnae In January members began to cope
Chapter quite active. The chapter continues to sell its cook- with the pounds added in November and
books, "The Staff Life". The books can December. Physical fitness expert, Linda
In the fall, Ways and Means Chairper- be purchased for $5.75 from Susan Sharp, led us through over an hour of
son Joyce Nevaril Sustr organized a Adair, 772 Chelsea Ave., Bexley, Ohio aerobic exercises.
Christmas and all-occasion wrapping pa- 43209.
per sale. Due to the success of last year's February found members journeying to
puppet show, members again chose to or- MARTIN Santa Ana in a rented van to join with
ganize a repeat performance. This year AOIIs from the southern California re-
the show provided a Christmas theme. It The Martin Alumnae Chapter kicked gion in celebrating Founders' Day.
was our largest and most successful fund off the 1983 year with several activities.
raiser. The children attending the per- In April it sponsored the first annual Diamond Jubilee Chairman Dodie
formances also received an extra treat as "Miss Weakley County" pageant with Linn, Kappa Theta, spoke at the March
member Joyce Strout, complete in clown help from the Tau Omicron chapter and meeting on this very special fund. We es-
garb, brought along her bag of tricks to raised more than $800 to benefit the Ar- pecially enjoyed hearing its history and
entertain them before the show. thritis Foundation and the lodge expan- all of us gained a better understanding of
sion fund. the Diamond Jubilee Foundation.
However, the children weren't the only
ones benefitting from our money-making Other highlights include an aerobic In April, we took a jaunt to the Norton
efforts. In March the chapter held a silent workout taught by a local instructor and Simon Museum in Pasadena. Luncheon
auction in the home of Joy Abbott Bar- a special ritual ceremony to initiate grad- was held at the Huntington-Sheraton
ton, reported Diane Winowitz. uating seniors into their alumna status. Hotel.
The last spring event was the annual Sen-
The chapter also spent one Saturday ior Sendoff where everyone enjoyed an The busy year concluded in May with
outdoor barbecue, reported Vicki Installation of Officers and Ritual. The
Whitworth. installation and luncheon was held at the
home of C a n d y D r i s c o l l , G a m m a
IE Omicron.
i
Billings alumnae
Phoebe Cyrus Hyman, Sigma Omicron, with her husband, C . F . , five-year-old daughter, Andrea, plan Founders' Day
and quadruplets born in March.
Billings, Mont., alumnae are planning
Memphis Commercial Appeal photo a gala Founders' Day celebration on
Thursday, Dec. 8, at 6:30 p.m. Organiz-
ing the event are Carol Woodson and
Sherrill Fagg Burke, both Alpha Sigma.

The gathering will include a social hour
and dinner at 7 p.m. so that sisters can
renew friendships and make new ones. It
is hoped that the celebration will serve as
an impetus for more frequent meetings,
and perhaps, the future establishment of '
an alumnae chapter.

Cost for the evening will be approxi-
mately $10; tickets can be purchased by
phoning Carol Woodson, 406-656-5647
in advance. All collegians home for the
holidays are, of course, welcome also.

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Development Txmtt

In 1982-83, the alumnae-support DEVELOPMENT strengthening and expanding the important work of for the coming year, so that you may know precisely
FUND enabled our fraternity to achieve a number of Alpha Omicron Pi. how your money is being spent.
specific goals in each of the designated work areas.
The names of the financial contributors who made Be watching your mailbox . . . Please respond to this important request. With the
these projects possible are listed below as well as a Within the next few weeks you'll be receiving a let- spiraling costs of college, the fraternity cannot main-
sampling of the projects they made possible. To these ter with complete information and a request for your tain these important services through collegiate fees
supporters go a very special 'thank you.' contribution. You will have the opportunity to ear- alone. Alumnae support is essential for the continu-
mark your gift for one or more of the fraternity pro- ing vitality of our organization.
October marks the beginning of our 1983-84 DE- grams which especially interest you. Also listed be-
VELOPMENT FUND appeal to raise money for low are specific projects targeted in each work area

Alpha Vijean Louise Piazza Burden Alpha Pi Sandra Kaye Sturman Beta Lambda
Barnard Alice Sue Reese Cooney Florida St. Donna Jane Ketchum WestfaU Illinois Wesleyan
Hester M. Rusk Irma Marie Louise Kenney Patricia Kay Donaldson Cox Roma Whisnant Nancy Kay Idoux Bagby
Helen Morris L. Davis Ann Herrenkohl Yoder Valentine Ann Cleckner
Alpha Chi Gilmer Paula Suzanne Walker Dorris Martha Jeanne Hayes Crippin
Western Kentucky Gayle Ann Ahem Keller Julia Kennon Dunn Alpha Tau Patricia Lynn Perkins Day
Rachel Smith Allen Louise Elaine Barrois Mount Lucinda Lee Homko Filomio Dcnison Kathy Dueball
Juanita Lynn Overhults Brown Kathleen Naomi Oswald Karen Lee Glendinning Givens Jean Rhosa King Brown Julie Kay Parsons Dunbar
Karen Jeanne Miley Espenlaub Carol Frances Edmonson Robyn L. Kimble Green Diana Sweeder Carleton Susan M. Fritz
Betty Bruce Edwards Farris Barbara Adelaide Greene Helen Grace ljxycock Casper Carolan Jones
Alice Haneline Griffin Pellegrin Josephine Arthur Hedges Joan Priscilla Pettis Priest
Janet Ruth Hedde Cynthia Kay D. Smith Hutchison Irene Koemer Gay Caryll Malewicki Sweely
Eleanor Elaine James Kennedy Edith Celeste Smith Bobbie Maxine McFee James Karin Klitgaard Lightner
Sylvia Rae Hallenberger Klein Mary Catherine Greco Villere Karyl Marie Logan Irma Grace Hudson Morrow Beta Phi
Marion Louise Ludington Judith Lesley Baldwin Peckham Barbara Mae Robertson Indiana
Elizabeth Armin Soil Rhodes Alpha Phi Margaret Lucille Vanhom Mildred Evangeline Akey Acker
Mary Lynne Rousseau Montana St. Alpha Rho Pharis Mildred Frazee Allen
Karen Jean Fiddelke To-well Ladonna Marie Preuninger Oregon St. Stearns Edith Elizabeth Huntington
Osa Lautner Ballen Catherine Eugenie Tilton
Alpha Delta Bergman Natalie Louise Essig Cantrell Anderson
Alabama Blanche E. Franklin Chilcote Carol Joyce Clark Surbey Peggy Ellen Butts Bell
Pamela Joy Bagir Helen Boiler Clark Jeannetta Rice Hewitt Mildred Hull Sweeder Krista Lee Houze Bill
Margaret Jean McGrady Marjorie Elizabeth Cole Margaret McLeod Horwege Jane Wilson on Cockerill Juliana Nancy Bane Bordner
Margaret Ann Olson Crennen Molly Carolyn Taylor Jackson Alda Jane Woodward Carson
Boohaker Julie Ann Paugh Curd Helen Knips Sweeder Mary Jane Robertson Ciotti
Cheryl Mayo Duncan Brantly Nancy Diehl Dear Barbara Lee Bierer Long Mary Edith Myers Taylor Cynthia Ann Orr Cohn
Mary Lynn Buffler Bryant Mary Danielson Drummond Helen Bacon McCain Jane Hastings Scully Taylor Susie Lee Trueman Cummings
Dorothy Leigh M. Hardwick Mary Ursula Egan Sally Jo McConnell Marjorie Lois Jump Walker Anna Katherine Greenawalt
Karen Lee Olson Egged Veroka Wampler Morrison
Clevenger Gretchen Estelle Thornton Frisby Geneva Hale Quigley Alpha Theta Diggins
Dorothy Joan Gardner Mary Louise Baldwin Gage Janet Forrest Doeneka Smith Coe Mildred Bodine Douglass
Virginia Sheriff McCoy Good Kathleen Helen Haggerty Starr Maureen Ann Obrine Ketelsen Kathleen Dyer
Gambill Joan Elizabeth Hansen Anne Reid Steele Sharon K. Van Fleet Elizabeth Jane Fellny Eskew
Mary Lynn Hanily Jean Leverich Lenham Hansen Janet Lynn Shandera Veit Virginia Louis Steele Fauber
Peggy Alanzo Hoekenga Diana Lentz Hart Meredith Jean Thomson Walters Beta Chi Dorothy Louise Kasey Frye
Susan Maykish Barnes Kyle Katherine Teresa Kane Helppie Kentucky Wesleyan Eleanor Jane Garber
Mary Charlotte Durant Laurie Hermansen Alpha Sigma Barbara Ottilio Nass Gatz Dorothy Ann Allis Gebbie
Kathleen Edna Vaughn Holm Oregon Elizabeth Jeanne Lyons Roy Patricia Joan Kooken Golgart
Montgomery Lillian Georgina Krulatz Hughes Susan Irene Dester Bartow Barbara Ann Cheatham Schmitt Mary Winifred Bir Guard
Catherine Ann Taylor Moore Linda Sharon Mockel Hughes Patricia McKenna Beard Frances Cordelia Baylor
Mary Carol Baxley Morgan Mary Joan Huxley McCune Ruth Crary Holmes Boling Beta Epsilon
Connie Diane Pickett Jean Julie Stehlik Miller Tia Moore Coker Bemidji St. Guenther
Virginia Joy Lewis Rhea Lou Ann Valjacic Montgomery Mildred Maxine Martin Cramer Judith Erickson Jacquitine Beatrice Uecker
Lori Lynn Thornton Grace Orid Campbell Morphey Peggy Jane Peebler Decker Vicki Sue Schoonover
Margaret Ann Simpson Nolan Frances Dodds Guiser
Alpha Gamma Ethel Patricia Rend Orlich Helen Scott Cantine Dunn Beta Gamma Martha Adeline Hughes
Washington St. Amy Pound Debra Diane Taylor Ernst Michigan St.
Bonnie Jo Johnson Aim Jancee Rae Pust Anita Kellogg Gibson Jane Elaine Engel Allen Hettema
Polly Joann Wright Bietz Peri G. Rankin Jane Mirick Abriel Jones Marjorie Louise Dinan Bouck Susan Lea Metzger Johnson
Nora Diane Carlson Peggy Glass Scott Reeves Nancy Elizabeth Leake Susan Dana Elder Ruth Harpole Mueller
Judy Stein Folk Shirley Mae Anderson Rothwell Brenda Marie Mcintosh Nancy Jean Willis Griffiths
Judy Lynn Haines Lorene Alice Stranahan Leona Melva Hostetler Mosher Marian Scott Kirby Hermann Kleymeyer
Debbie Ann Hemas Freda Louise Chamberlin Toner Dorothy Jane Balanean Hopkin Jane AnnBarrKohr
Susan Wayenberg Hinz Verna Marie Willis Molly Howell Howell Barbara Owens Kramer
Peggy Lenore Moss Ostrander Arley Berwald Hulstrand Margery Carole Laycock
Kathleen Nealey Paterson •ALUMNAE PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Barbara J. Spehar Millington Elaine Marie Luebbe
Susan Jane Daiger Schell Marylyn Ann Hileman Neuder Laura Eleanora Gilliam
Denise Lynn Novacoff Sprague Achieved in 1982-83 . . . Joanne Shirley Nelson Nowak
Terri Kay Stremel . . . completion and distribution of a new Irene Florence Wager Oestrike McDowell
Mildred Mary Hunt Vatnsdal Wilma Jeanette Pinch Peek Jamie Ann Mittiga
ALUMNAE CHAPTER OPERATIONS Charlene Ellen Brown Potter Carol Lynn Grigsby Morris
Alpha Kappa MANUAL Donna Ruth Messenger Rowe Hallie Elmira Keen Moyer
Northern Alabama . . . implementation of an alumnae revitaliza- Mildred Lucili Pickett Scheele Nona Joyce Neff Oesterle
Theresa Ann Collins Boles tion program in the state of Louisiana Donna Corey Maddock Skomski Selma Pauline Drabing Pond
Angela Leigh Cofield Goals for 1983-84 . . . Sandra Irene Obeshaw Slee Gail Geneve Glenn Ramsey
Amy Susan Foster Carol Des Jardins Wilcox Barbara Ann Brown Reifeis
Susan Melinda French . . . to increase by 50% the involvement of Florence Louise Rich
Janice Lynn McReynolds alumnae in membership recommenda- Beta Kappa Mary Elizabeth Mcllveen Rose
Laura Highsmith Tinsley Scott tions for rush British Columbia Helen Groenier Thomson Russell
Jo Ann Elizabeth Price Baehr Frances Eudale Proud Saunders
Alpha Omicron . . . to extend the alumnae revitalization Louise Marie Celest Mount Patricia Alexandra Cooper
Louisiana St. project into the state of Texas
Margaret Bres Abshire Grant Smith
Lyle Vivian Maier Bayle Susan Mary Hughes Martha Nelle Foley Sparks
Anne Ridsdale Mott Rachel Louise Spaulding
Joanne Bowlby Speyer

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Julia Elizabeth Myers Tindall Carolyn Higashi Delta Beta Bonnie Jean Kauffman Constance Cutle Eberhardt
Roe Hildred Davis Walk Paula Marie Lynch S. W. Louisiana Delamater Linnell
Letitia Holiday White Janellen Nolan Quisenberry Karen Nell Willis Bernard
Mary Ellen Jenkins Whitlock Susan Lee Vanderlip Beatrice Parkerson Dupuis Gwendolyn Owen Faith Gladys Gage Reed Merrill
Geneva Winifred Cray den Florence Sanders Jones Margaret Louise Weekes Jessie Ellen Ashworth Miller
Chi Delta Bette Marie Lewis Jeanette Marie Roney Pero
Wiseman Colorado Cindy Marie Livaudais Roth Hendrickson Eunice Dorothy Barrows Powell
Shirley Ruth Johnson Zeller Jane Beard Chizal Smith Elinor Baier Kennedy Catharine Lancaster Rowe
Marcia Ruth Hunt Brewer Tyro E. Claire Treadway May Belle Eisemann Reed Katharine Harper Sinnett
Beta Pi Katherine Jean Imoberstag Melita Hamilton Skillen Katherine Dudley Stewart
Eastern Michigan Delta Chi Isabel Lucetta Thro Towson Elizabeth Jane Barker Tavemer
Pollyann Williams Slappey Campbell Delaware Ruth E. Smith Wilson Nancy Jean Thomas
Jeanne Marie Yunikl Smith Leslie Joan Helhena Delaney Claire Noel Chiaramonte Nancy Ann Wallingford
Sally Ann Custavson Taylor Barbara Jeanne Osborne Katherine Lynn Edwards Epsilon Alpha Kathryn Marion Stinson
Joyce Ann Zielinski Virginia Blair Hutting Penn St.
Barbara Jean Zolnierczak Derkacht Mary Jean Walnock Polaski Mary Carolyn Leworthy Wayman
Mary Lorinda Kasic Duffy Katherine Anne Thackrah
Beta Sigma Ruth Ann Olson Gatchell Judith Claire Upshure Bachmann Gamma Alpha
Boise St. Nancy Kay Bateslane Heard Diane Ruth Edelman Bardman George Mason
Diane Lorraine Burr Ann Marie Hansen Hickman Delta Delta Selena Amole Wunderlich Bing Janis Marie Davidson
Auburn Elizabeth Semon Bonczar
•ARCHIVES WORK Charon Jean Doke Constance Jean Crocetti Gamma Beta
Brenda Bonds Howell Indiana
Achieved in 1982-83 . . . Grace Miller Hemdon Johnson Donnelly Paulette Fenyus
Reta Ann Allen McKannan Anna Elizabeth Preston Celeste Anne Kososki
. . . restoration of Stella perry's old trunk, in Vicki Elaine Lupo Metcalf Beth Ann Ruffner
which she kept the early history of the Angela Corinne Kennedy Payne Eagelman Beverly Irene Stivenson
fraternity Paula Moore Woods Payte Debra Ann Trueax Eilert
Olivia Darlene Woodall Riggan Frances May Speicher Fileger Gamma Omicron
. . . videotaping Storytelling of the founding Lisa Anne Rutledge Anne Elizabeth Patterson Florida
of Alpha Omicron Pi by several past Sallie Belinda Cobb Schumann Virginia Ann Bauer Biedron
presidents. Mary Ross German Searcy Fitzpatrick Charlotte Townsend Burton
Nancy Carol McKinney Soteres Nancy Louise Baier Gilbert
Goals for 1983-84 . . . Carolyn Virginia Knight Phyllis Ann Hen Grobert Bray
. . . to identify, label and index all photo- Jeanne Marie Comer Guiliano
Tamblyn Marilyn Jean Minor Haas Pamela Karen Rehm Dingus
graphs from TO DRAGMA library Toni Marie Thompson Turpen Emma Barnes Rubinkam Hale Kendra Lucille McAllister Gilkes
. . . to tape fraternity recollections of all past Cynthia Walker Helen Marion Cbymer Harchar Catherine Louise Gray
Virginia South West Hazie Jane Davis Heaton Joan Carol Hynes
presidents and other notables in AOII Cicely May Desilver Hindenach Sizabeth Ann Proctor Kagan
. . . to sort and organize all chapter files from Delta Omega Dorothy Jane Jennings Mary Priscilla McKee Martin
Murray St. Marilyn Roberts Jerding Faith Lee Tulino Myer
inception, to ready them for chapter his- Jan Dupree Simmons Betty Elinor Widger Johler Carolyn Blakely Richards
tories Vera Patricia Trester Kelly
. . . to support the work of the 100th anni- Bohnenkamp Liselotte Weihe Kinaman Robinson
versary planning committee Carrie Joy Welborn Barbara Lee Mattern Susan Veronica Ross
Eleanor Gwynn Merrifield Elizabeth Ashton Gordy Schulz
BetaTau Jean Ann Hopler Brookshire AdeleM. Miskie Laura Ann Taulbee
Toronto Judith Carol Keck Hutchison Kathleen Kay Furrow Barbara Torrence Nelson Mary Carole Gibney Thigpin
Christina Anne Bisanz Nancy Lorraine Setter Karl Marian Lee Webb Hutchinson Marjorie Ann Porter Penfield Susan Elizabeth Edwards
Diann Scrutton Evans Jean Ferrar Muller Mackimmie Lana Loy Garner Porter Barbara Louise Beatty Phillips
Katherine Millard Lloyd Susan Elizabeth Reid Mattern Nancy Lee Strow Sheley E. Louise Hoffeditz Porter Thompson
Maryke Margaret Loos Leslie Jane Nissen Maynard Christe Ann Mueller Westfall Kathryn Carpenter Aungst Reed Elizabeth C. Vamum
Margaret Ann McKee Pattison Beverly Ann Lutz Morse Anna Mary Evans Sanger
Joanne Inez Bruland O. Dwyer Delta Phi Barbara Elizabeth Moser Townsend
Beta Theta Rita Denise C. Phelan South Carolina Vicki Krezdom Williams
Butk Norma Sally Yankocy Riffel Grace Winebrenner Watts Schwarz
Doro.hy Louise Swift Deitsch Diane Constance Panagakis Sara Josephine Lowenberg Gamma Sigma
Frances Elizabeth Shera Fessler Delta Pi Georgia St.
Melba Gertrude Bray Fisher Rouman Central Missouri St. Stern Martha Jane Connor
Mary Alice Burch Fixer Karen Kay Heaton Schultz Judith Ann Young Castricone Terese De Salles Moslak Sutor Marcia Lane Welch Davis
Virginia Katheryn Sheely Julia Ann Vadala Taft Julia Annette Forsythe Gayle Dorene Moyer Whitley Leslie Carol Keighron
Mary Rebecca Shook Weinberg Sharon Diane Martin Mary Belle Zahn Susan Mary Dawson Kelly
Thompson Barbara Jean Bonnichsen Sparks Tracey Shepard
Chi Lambda Linda Lee Frey Vasquez Epsilon Iota
Chi Evansville Eastern Illinois Gamma Tau
Syracuse Marianna Andres Delta Sigma Dixie Lee Alms Gustine Utah St.
Phoebe Donzelle Goodwin Carolyn Anne Patterson Brown San Jose St. Paula Alyce Waisnor Musilek Mary Kathleen Jensen Sherwood
Karen Yvonne Chaney Bumpus Marlene Joann Peterson Adams Eta
Bibbens Linda Kay Capin Bette Jo Belda Iota
Doris Lloyd Brown Elizabeth Ann Romine Coffey Nancy Claire Schlosser Dunn Wisconsin Illinois
Alice Sage Reeve Cannon Pamela Sue Boges Goode Joan Roselee Ferrari Katherine Elizabeth Turner Dole Winifred Ilona Timmons Baker
Myrtle Munson Ciccarelli Maria McQueen Keppler Marilyn Lucilla Wylie Hart Adrienne Alba Shreve Jackson Robin Elizabeth Lee Beltramini
Margaret Jane Wootton Dow Margaret Korff Kinkel Marilyn Ann Myers Lieber Dorothy Jane Bassett Knott Susan Ellen M. Brainerd
Marcia Lynette Bond Evans Debra Sue Price Moore Marguerite C. Crawford Lloyd Margaret E. Heinecke Ladwig Wilma May Allen Bredar
Jane Anna Flynn Rebecca Lynn Creech Nimnicht Barbara Jean Serpa MacArio Elizabeth M. Hiestand McKenna Nancy Beth Rourke Chalwick
Gertrude Searles Marks Forssell Mary Antoinette Reitz Joyce Ella Osborn Leone Claire Glau McMillen Marjorie Helen Benoist Davis
Helen Bogosta Gilbert Jennie Lu Wells Schmidt Rosemary Sater Helen Muriel Laird McPhee Audrey Gayle Shaw
Alice Helene Foote Gwynn Marilyn Goeke Engle Simms Irene Rose Woodworth Helen Susan Barron Moss
Frances Ann Lugg Harrington Allison Ruth Smith Marion J. Bain Ransel Dusendschon
Mildred Martin Williams Hover Kathleen Leeper Swenson Shephard Margaret Melass Spengler Lavaun Adele Schild Eustice
Wilma Esther Fabian Keeperman Mary Niednagel Wilsbacher Marianne Thornton Tharratt Elynore Frances Bell Wegner Emily Bertha Tonsberg Gates
Shirley Jane Sears Mills Deborah Ann Lee Gould
Mildred Janet Sittser Olsen Delta Delta Upsilon Gamma ErmaAlvira Bissell Hedgcock
Rose Constance Millwick Riley Jackson Duke Maine Nancy Jane Hesse
Joan Catherine Wallick Vanzo Marie Barrett Carney Paula Ann Lock Phyllis Richett Phillips Bemiss Kathleen Ann Rippel Holmes
Mildred Ward Eldridge Robin Jayne Stinson Harriet Ann Riley Cederstrom Beatrice Esther I~evy Johnston
Chi Alpha Ruth Dorothy Bloy By Deane Gayle Waters Joanne Daley Clark Laveme Ruth Kruggel
Cal.-Davis Margaret Mary Harris Henry Susan Elizabeth Colford Maria Barbara Levie
Leslie Anne Carroll Ellen Rhoda Cogen Lewis Epsilon Eveline Foster Snow Cross Margaret Helen Waldo Lewis
Margaret Lewis Baxter McArdle Cornell Dina Mary Dudarevitch Linda Kay Brownfield Liermann
Elizabeth C. Herick Clark Susan Ruth Golding Ermina Smith Linn
Virginia Ruth Wilkinson 'Ellen Wareham Holmer Evelyn Harriet Davenport
Carolyn Imogen Wormwood
Crossmore Parker
Ingalls Sharon Marie Stefanik
Karen Jane Kladivko Barbara Jean Stehno

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Sylvia Jane Andrews Wallin Barbara Jean Eisenberger Arminah Ellen Davis Judith Catherine Boyle McOmie Carol Louise Reichart
Jennifer Ellen Swenson Warren Culpepper Charlotte Warner Deiderich Dorothea Cavitt Hawkins Ruud Sarah Julia Russo
Mary Elizabeth Jens Williams Pamela Jean Henry Carol Anne Wooten Ruzic
Dorothy Jane Edwards Yonker Kathleen Joyce Detoro Deborah Lea Hunter Lambda Beta Marianne Hyndman Seiz
Anne Elizabeth Mayo Girata Linda Sue Baun Jenkins Cal.-Long Beach Dianne Callaway Sheppard
Iota Alpha Cynthia Jane Scavillo Greenwald Lynn Marie Knopp Laurie Ann Bristow Peggy Josephine Echols Thomas
Idaho St. Elizabeth Lee Johnston Kennedy Jane Elizabeth Mowder Elizabeth Anne Craig Nancy Tidwell
Urah Claudene Hull Carlson Donna Mae Thompson Kuiken Janet Eileen Lucas Stickler Regina Ann Zofrea Fish Lisa Anne Tolleson
Joan Helen Welker Fike Karen Duval Krieger Seal Janice Holland Streit Linda Ann Parker Haecker Ruth Artrue Estes Trager
Eleanore D. MacCurdy Karen Elizabeth Usher Linda Alice Hasencamp Hensiek Mary Anne Albright White
Elaine Elva Pruett Smith Jan Elizabeth Whitehill Kappa Rho Nancy Yoko lshida Beverly Marcell Scarboro
Western Michigan Lori De Anne Kuster
•EXTENSION Ann Laurimore Brook Craven Nesbit Willingham
Elaine Zian Marinescu Barbara Jo Kramer Rhinehart
Achieved in 1982-83 . . . Rebecca Dragos Massie Robin Marcy Skolnick Lambda Tau
. . . installation of three collegiate chapters at Harriet Jane Heethuis Oliver Sara Jane Swee Northeast Louisiana
Marilyn Hinkel Taylor Denise Erin Walters Cheryl Ann Larrieu Bourg
DePauw U., U. of Virginia, and U. of Karen Lee Tompkins Gayle Suzanne Dickerson
Louisville Judith Ann Tokash Wallis Lambda Chi Catherine Gregorio
. . . installation of Virginia Tidewater Alum- LaGrange Lisa Ann Beebe Grubbs
nae Chapter and alumnae colonies at Kappa Tau Carol Ann Winn Bozeman Nancy Gay Moon Heam
Richmond, VA; Hartford, CT; Lake S. E. Louisiana Jennifer Marion Bullock Julia Ann Reagan Hebert
Charles Calcieus, LA; and Cedar Rapids, Debra Ann Bennett Angela Marie Fronek Cecelia Carol Moore Hightower
LA Darlene Zito Cavalier Kathleen Jo Sheridan Nichols Terri Denise Parker
Patricia Ann Thompson Dowie Ellen Ashley Twitty Nancy Alice Davis Rials
Goals for 1983-84 . . . Carla Sue Culotta Jeansonne Lois Elaine Klemme Theriot
. . . to add two new collegiate chapters on Lambda Iota Ann Sweatman White
Kappa Theta Cal.-San Diego Rosalie Herring Womack
priority Greek campuses U.C.L.A. Anine Dugan Dugan Elise Katherine Rawson Wyatt
. . . to add and/or redevelop six alumnae Beryl M. Arbit Mary Anna Glenday
Mary Leigh Watters Blek Nu
chapters or colonies Dorothy Margaret Battey Lambda Omega New York
N. W. Missouri St. Helen Marie P. Schelnin Aimes
Iota Sigma Kappa Kappa Daniels Pamela Sue Shafer Campbell Enid Watts Busse
Iowa St. Ball St. Jimalee O'Connor Ross Elizabeth Ann Rennmann
Colleen Ann Leonard Anderson Susan Leslie Boyd Mary Elizabeth Wallace Davis Catherine Sue Kerns Scott
Lisa Christine M. Avitt Durena Annette Dewey Lee Ellen Manuele De Santolo Chisholm
Julie Ann Mommsen Peters Barbara Jane Ryan Dunham Lambda Phi Patricia Fahy
Sally Jo Portz Bridgegroom Ada Henrietta Ecton Elliot Wisconsin St. Dorothy Welch Ferguson
Sandra Lynn Sauerbry Lois Mae Gatchell Brown Judith Theresa Hasche Donna Ann Richter Kraehnke Marie Frances Gunn
Julie M. Beattie Thompson Julie Ann Rabbins Bums Florence Alice Peterson Holden Jeanne Marie Morgan Tennant Mabel M. Anderson Mclndoe
Candace Lynn Kirkwood Colyer Audrey Telley Jonas Jo Ann Strehlow Walker Marie Beatrice L Lenahan
Iota Tau Renee Sue Dougherty Barbara Ann Dean Kapell
Stout St. Linda Marie Delladio Carol Corinne Stich Lamar Lambda Sigma Morrison
Sharie Elaine Myers Anderson Virginia Ann Starkey Edwards Jane Marie Campion Leininger Georgia Elise Belle C. Rebaza Oswald
Renee Marie Schuetz Pesavento Janet Louise Fellwock Dorothy Lee Woodbury Linn Katherine Hall Hurst Anderson Dorothy Meisel Partridge
Susan Jane M. Peterson Priscilla Kaye Wise Frataccia Gwendolyn E. Livingston Long Judith Frances Bagby Jacqueline G. Masterson Shortal
Mildred lona Tumey Patricia Jeanne Mitchell Marjorie Eleanore Kennedy Deborah Ann Bartliff
Evelyn Bird NuBeta
Kappa Hoopingamer Lupton Lisa Helen Whitten Bowen Mississippi
Randolph-Macon Judith Ann Myers McFarland Ilene Amalia Testa Nevins Lexie Lavonne Bush Patricia Wade Sample Bendall
Nan Wilma Brown Benson Kathleen Renee Metzger Lydia Jane Cable Phillips Lisa Lorraine Ackerman Cheeley Luellyn Dickey Day Dorton
Annie Kate Gilbert Mary Ann Meyer Lois Quinn Roskam Hazel Lee Mixon Christie Leslie Kathleen Fair Enoch
Lucy Somerville Howorth Paula June Meyer Haidee Kipps Schlecht Mary Rose Jones Clarke Rosemary Stoltz Hill
Adelaide Carleton Sterne Lentz Janet Sue Royer Parsons Jean Alberta Cook Steinberger Jacqueline Ann Norton Cline Catherine Pearl Hirsch
Courtenay D. Chatham Karen Ann Gesell Ripberger Jacqueline Nina Scott Ullerich Kathy Jean Wigington Culpepper Susan Lynn Knister
Wanda C. Swift Rogers Gwendolyn J. Thompson Ward Diane Marie Evans Daughtry Sara Charlotte Flynt Koster
McKenzie Dorothy Ellen Cormier Schath Karen Jean Vandyke Watson Carole Ann Thomas Davis Nelanie Patricia Bernard Ladner
Laura Terrell Lake Saunders Janet Susanne Johnson Lorna Elizabeth Wright Witt Constance Ann Enzbrenner Kaye Frances Brown Martin
Mary Allen Hazen Tucker Alice A. Koestner Young Deborah Lynn Nader
Mary McDonald Kittrell Slagowski Devine Sharon Elizabeth Reece Neff
Susan Yvonne Trinkle Smith Lambda Sarah Hurt Friend Dickerson Ellen Elizabeth Roberts Russell
Winnard Cheryl Lynn Fellwock Snyder Stanford Pamela Jean Former
Rosemary Jean Snyder Edith Mayree Heston Harmon Nulota
Kappa Alpha Carol Sue Loudenback Sommers Segrid Marie Beuche Allen Catherine Anne Sponseller Northern Illinois
Indiana St. Linda Jean Cullnane Vogler Eunice Helena Force Barkell Pamela Rae Baclawski
Christie Roe Barnes Helene Edna Wilkins Bartig Helms Karen Lynn Bledsoe Bear
Mary Brussell Blackwell Kappa Omega Velda Hancock Berry Elizabeth Anne Davis Hughes Pamela Sue Calacci Boyer
Sheila Ann Keating Everhart Kentucky Mary De Fremery A tkins Beth Carol Mitchell Kirkwood Claudia Beth Brandon
AndraA. WoodGierhart Beverly Jo England Emily Jane Huie Langston Patricia Lee Annen Broggi
Annette Louise M. Hall Clayton Louise Burrus Leonard Bemadette M. Carmona
Carol Lee Hammond Kappa Omicron Gladys Patrick Downs Betty Louise Long Mathis Elizabeth Ann Griffin
Betty Charlene Weaver Kobida Southwestern Dorothy Ellowen Delahoyde Diane Denise Kurtze McClearen Claudia Jeannin McCaffrey
Marjorie Mary Long Gerry Delaney Dean Fifi Christina Lamas Menzelos
lima E. Himmelbauer Luoma Martha Biggs Cage Edge Evans Brenda Lynn Hopper Mickel Howe
Norah Lea Bush McKay Janet Patrice Peery George Dorothy Bogen Farrington Elizabeth Louise Croom Noel Judy Ellen Young Huss
Veronica Ruth Oros Rebecca Marshbanks Mushingi Dorothy Ann Huff Sharon Lee Marrs O. Quinn Patricia Lynn Grundmeier Juza
Carla Jo Showers Paul Frances Ralston Crouch Perkins Alice Elizabeth Coen Jester Holly Nanette Purdy Nancy Lee Decho Laures
Sara L. Simms Kittie Johnson Stauffer Anna Louise Aynesworth Barbara Pautz Murray
Jane Kay Wilkinson Sotebeer Beth Ellen Nidetz
Kathryn Lee Marquess Steel Kappa Phi Kenmore Susan Hope Edison Rasmussen
Phyllis Ann Purcell Stewart McGill Jean Perry Hiler Maroder Debra J. Tenkash
Margaret Alexander Stultz Joan Frances Deathe MacCallum Janice Ann Wostratzky Voight
Christina Lee McDaniel Sunkel Marilyn Winnie R. Mirabelli •HEADQUARTERS MORTGAGE RETIRE- Nancy Luise Wargo
Karen Agneta Hall Moon MENT FUND Carolyn Grace Wartinbee
Kappa Gamma Margaret Jean lvarson Putman Cynthia Renee Paul Waytand
Florida Southern Kathryn Buckley Tiemey Achieved in 1982-83 . . .
Amy Kathryn Pendergrass . . . received donations of $10,351.44 toward Nu Kappa
Kappa Pi Southern Methodist
Campbell Ohio Northern debt retirement
Roxanne Dolores Crews Goal for 1982-83 . . . Helen Cummings Graves
. . . to receive a minimum of $16,000 toward Maurice Harris Hughston
Lucille Frances Price Jones
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Maxine Graves Price Denise Sue Hewitt Fargo Omicron Pi Phi Kappa Dorothy Hilda Miles Blood
Frances Pauline Cummings Carol Ann Fiala Michigan Morris Harvey Lilyan Gethine H. Williams
Susan Fried Laura Jane Zimmerman Barbara L. Quinn Bittner
Swanson Cecelia Ann Harris Mary Margaret Hague Girod Brown
Alice Gertrude Peterson Andersen P h i Lambda Kathryn Mary R. Chincheck
Nu Lambda Youngstown Mildred Lee Morris Darkis
Harrison Esther May Bradley Ayres Rosalia Goodhart Dietz
U.S.C. Barbara Kay Henritze Cynthia JoBannasch Joyce Galida Robin Beth Epstein Elkinson
Geraldine Hunt Brinkley Clark Leafy Jane Hilker Sarah Elizabeth Burroughs Katherine Rody Garbow
Camille Lamar Tribelhom Martha Jaques Jeanne Elaine Undsey Butler ]ulia A m M a r i e S m e s k o Diane Amelia Gilbert
Bertie Lee Boesche Keating Dorothy Marie Adams Ellen Elizabeth Bradford
Crawford Elizabeth Mary Kelly Tammaro
Joyce Darlene Hall Jackson Jean Ballinger King Bychinsky Gladding
Leanna Doris Long Leonard Lucile Dvorak Kirk Dolores Mae Bryant Hammett
Virginia Lee Cake Mclntyre Phylis E. Kreuzwieser 'TRAINING MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT Betsy Warfield Bamsley Leigh
Orlene Gail Klinker Murphy Sharon Kay Lowry Lang Jane Mooney McCarl
Cindy Nolting Martha Allen Driscol Leffler Achieved in 1982-83 . . . Patricia Ellen Miles Phipps
Jane Ann Snider Jean Elizabeth King Lehman . . . distribution of the first portion of a new Flora Edith Waldman Reid
Elaine L. Soost Edith Roberta Cope Lockard Marcelle F. O'Shaughnessy
Gail L. Sullivan Wilson Kathryn Delano Lockridge ALUMNAE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Hazel Engle Lowes MANUAL Rivello
Nu Omicron Kim Anne Bestgen Luczywo . . . development and use of detailed training Irene C. Fredrickson
Vanderbilt Elizabeth Adella Hanson Martin seminar materials at the New Orleans
7oy Murphy Adams Margaret Ann Weyman Miles convention Schumacher
Lisa Carol Blackburn Ayerst Olive Lloyd Jones Miller Goals for 1983-84 . . . Helen Elise Wollman Sheats
William McKinley Shelton Susan Carter Green Moody . . . complete revision of the COLLEGIATE Katherine Lee Pollard Smith
Sandra Jessamine Merry Nix CHAPTER OPERATIONS MANUAL Martha Atkinson Cannon
Belsches Saloma Beatryce Hanna Pephens . . . completion of the final sections of the
Jeanne Stephenson Bodfish Ruth Esther Tollman Pifer ALUMNAE ADVISORY COMMITTEE Strange
Sharon Lynn Robinson Bonte Frances Catherin Cenfield Pugh MANUAL Carolyn Louise Vogt Taylor
Melinda Jean Ford Boume Ora Champion Robishaw . . . updated resource materials on Mothers' Kathleen Lucinda Wester
Nancy Louise Perry Bowers Alice Jean Debuino Schuette Clubs and Parents' Clubs Lillian O. Earnest Wilson
Alice Williamson Bratton Nancy Lynne Shanks
Geralyn Patrice Goulet Brown Sue Ellen Small Irene Mathilda Lutz Dunham Phi Omicron Pi Kappa
Emily Elizabeth Dobson Corinne Lois Schild Eberhardt Hanover Texas
Deborah Jeanne Downs Snyder Ruth Genevieve Morey Eisele Barbara Ann Kryter Ackerman Virginia Anne Banks
Childress Mary Marjorie Hepburn Stahl Audrey Jean Mitchell Hennessy Linda Lou Hunsucker Harris Jean Katherine Beshell Benton
Anne Eaton Meeks Davis Carol Ann Miller Stevenson Virginia Marie Kern Heymoss Mildred G. Lemen Barbara Seim Campbell
Angela Jo Berry Donahue Beverly Louise Fischer Stevenson Norma Joyce Rowe Kiesel Susan Lee Yoder McClew Betty Ruth Aschenbeck Daniel
Ellena Webb Douglass Rita Ann Karrick Strebel Doris Pauline Koch Wilma Katherine Miller Cariann Elkins
Barbara Bridgeman Dunn Nancy Carmean Sullivan Donna Lee ReifLong Sandra Louise Bauss Stinebring Mary Nell Garrison
Frances Norman Miller Mary Arden Young Nancy Anne Kuchta Mack Jane Ann Sumner Waltz Jo Beth Walling Heflin
Jean Carroll Buchanan Zender Pamela Ann Smith Mooradian Virginia King Hayworth Wilcox Barbara Anne Bealor Hines
Faulkinberry Bonnie Sue Zibulsky Linda Mae Lanigan Moss Virginia Lucille Moloney Walker
Annie May Rawls Fly Florence Alberta Light Neumann Phi Sigma Nita Carroll Knox Wathen
Cynthia Elaine Freeman Omega Omicron Marra Helen Hough Notestine Kearney St.
Nancy Dolle Whitehurst Lambuth Irene M. M. Potter Katherine Ann Fiala-Bodner Psi
Joy Inman Lois Baxter Shinault Debra Ann Dales Jacobs Pennsylvania
Goggans Helen Ruth Gay Stewart Linda Jean Wessels Troester Helen Louise Euerle Huelsebus
M. Joan Wallace Gordon Omega Xi Mary Allene Stewart Barbara Joan Gilliland Johnson
Eleanor Cooper Hill Hahn Morehead St. Abigail Roberts Van Wagenen Phi Upsilon Emma Carolyn Taylor Kitchin
Deborah Reeves Jennings Anne Westerfield Adams Virginia Ann Weadock Purdue Mary Hilda Howes Kurtz
Barbara Anne Shields Kelley Becky Sue Albert Audrey Lois Murphy Whitham Dorothy Marie Skinner Ahlborn Louise Florence Kappella Riegel
Linda Shipman Landgraf Beverly Anna Mercer Arave Joella Ballantine Joan Krause Simonin
Nell Fain Lawrence Carol Lynn Blevens Phi Joanne Byerly Carper Agnes Gertrude Sloven
Nina Chambers Martin Eva Carol Scott Ellis Kansas Dianne Lee Boggess Fullam Margaret L. Pennypacker Wisner
Katie Rose Woods McClendon Virginia Lynn Setty Fogt Martha Ellen SortorBayne Cheryl Ann Heitner Gardner
Katrina Overall McDonald Jacqueline Lynn Oliver Barbara Ann Burnett Jo Catherine Ries Moyer Rho
Mary Carter Hamilton Sandra Lee Duerr Wettig Jessie Marie Senor Cramer Jane Julianne Geiger Niemeier Northwestern
Maria Hodges Foy Mary Kathleen Pool Dorothy Mono Broad Andreu
McKnight Omicron Helen Mather Gibson Jill Ann Williamson Barbara Ball Bartelsen
Mary Kathryn Riley Michel Tennessee Eunice Ellen Hanes Nell Hayslette Willis Bemdt
Joyce Yvonne Hailey Proctor Ann Lewis Witt Allison Mary Elizabeth Gilles Johnson Pi Diane Beverly Bleiberg
Evelyn Pet Shepherd Pruden Terrell Ruth Bailey Beaver Priscilla H. Schartz Kannarr Sophie Newcomb Barbara Ann Cryer Bowermaster
Patricia Carroll Burnett Rhodes Nancy Ellen Homer Bettis Velma June Christopher King Rietta Glassell Garland Albritton Nancy Kay Anderson Clark
Joan Critton Runnion Helen Louise Sehom Bryan Beverly Joan Emerson Locke Ezrene Fisk Bouchelle Nancy Katheryn Vanmeter
Mildred Cisco Scobey Janella Ann Carpenter Cheryl Lane Hand McCabe Mary Elizabeth Bolton Brown
Nita Lanier Shanks Frances Elizabeth Scott Chisolm Gertrude Searcy Smith Patricia Ann Maxwell Burton Colpaert
Sally Elizabeth Hubbard Stapler Louise Cohen Olga May Wallace Smith Gayle Rhoades Marschall Tova Quist Craig
Ann Lawrence Barringer Story Louise Dixon Talley Colley Virginia E. Zenishek Struble Dorothy Isabel Bruniga Dean
Rebecca Lynn Tabor Dotty Dodds Dorris Blanche Annie Potts Stucker Cosgrove Charlotte Jean Goff Fowler
Alice Wray Springer Taylor Rowena Kennedy Kruesi Mildred Durham Valla Kathy Harmon De Luque Marion Elizabeth Abele Franco-
Jean Graham Whorley Tripp Patricia Ann Greene
Pearl E. Tuttle Frierson Phi Beta Emily Elizabeth Sanchez Hall Ferreira
Natalie Overall Warren Sheree Hartman E. Stroudsburg St. Janie May Price Hewes Dorothy K. Bartholomew
Irene Happel Wade White Phyliss Jean Wright Hill Joanne Theresa Giambrone Diane L. Ryan Holt
Marti Sue Winfrey Sara Flowers Matthews Holmes Alice Collen Sullivan Ingraffia Gustafson
Eva Jean Wrather Judith Anne Lillard Hughes Brasch Anna McLellan Kastler Elinor Wallace Hendrickson
Bobbie June Johnson Knight Lynn Ann Fittipaldi Kachelries Schuyler T. Ruhlmman Louapre Bertha Urban Thurman Kinsey
Omega Rebecca Ann McCampbell Patricia Palmer Rutt Priscilla Ann Mims Beatrice C. Segsworth Kitchen
Miami Elizabeth Rebecca Gabriel Pamela Redman Francis Wilson Mary Belle Alston Riddick Ema Ariess Kroll
Helen Louise Schneidau Caryl Waller Krueger
Margaret habelle Barr Amos McGann Phi Delta Dorothy Ann Wallin Larson
Eleanor Louise King Blank Carolyn Fassnacht Preston Wise.-Milwaukee Pi Delta Frances Kathryn Schnitzer
Rita Lynn Blickman Muttie Elizabeth Stewart Ruth Louise Miles Henderson Maryland
Mary Pamela Grant Brokate Lindy Anne Motl Legener Martha Ross Temple Alderson Loeppert
Barbara Lynn Jones Brough Sammons Judith Yvonne Host Pykare Julia Virginia Hester Atchison Jean Marie Pancner Lundberg
Marilyn Lucille Fett Bullock Marion Louise Malone Starr Gretchen Lee Beling Zollendeck Esther McClellan Lundquist
Alma Lee Conn Bumen Elizabeth Tarpley Gretchen Baarsch McEwen
Carolyn Corinne Clark Sherry Ann Fisher Tarwater Angela Serpe Metzger
Dorothy Betz Cowing Virginia Mimms Fisher White Louise Lorraine Rath Miget
Kathy Jo Holden Dahler Clarice Mae Swanson Parker
Penny Jo Dunfee Maxine Griffith Pusinelli
Anna E. McConnaughy Helen Jeanne Compere Rahe
Carole Lynn Merrick Ringer
Easterday Margaret J. Dorr Schutt
Lois Stringfellow Eeles

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Marilyn June Schumacher Lisa Caulum Jahnke Helen Byrd Borchers Rea Laura Ann Roberts Keefe Marjorie Eleanor Palmer Passler
Shortridge Susan Lee Proctor Rives Janet Lynn Ann Ohms Kimmel Betty Attlesey Roundhill
Sigma Omicron Rita May Allgood Tubbs Debra Kay Ladehoff Laura Katherine Bahl Schaub
Caryl Fredricka Erikson Arkansas St. Jennifer Irene Macey Doris Moore Sutton
Swanson Nancy Bradley Bailey Tau Omicron Kathleen Elizabeth Maffeo Roberta Claire Exley Swenson
Cheryl Ann Davis Bartelt Tenn.-Martin Nancy Jo McConaha Eileen Ann Thorpe
Vivian Bernadine Swanson Barbara Kay Marconi Curry Leslee Elizabeth Donnell Patricia Lee Phillips Piper Reba Alice Shannon Traber
Louise Talman Lowry ** Barbara Diane Reng Ann Catherine Carlson Drace Janice Kay Gyger Pope Susanne Mygatt Wakefield
Emilie Y. Statler Glenda Sue Householder M. Elizabeth Lemley Wilhelmi
Thompson Theta Pi Gwenavere Imogene Wilburn
Hazel Jeanette Mullett Utter Sigma Phi Eastridge Wagner
Doris Cassell Anger Wagner San Fernando St. Martha Juanice Gillespie Kathy Lynn Perricone Bistreich Worrick
Ellen Dupuis English Wiseman Vicki Lee Barkan Cathy Denise Meredith Parker Beverly Ann Eraser Dalzell Susan Elizabeth Bayley Young
Bonnie Jean Mondl Wolfgram Joan Allison Fondell Jennifer Gail Smith Ruth Julieanne Healy Furhovden
Jane Elizabeth Padrick Margaret Helga Glueck Upsilon Alpha
Rho Sigma Barbara Lee Stark Wheeldon Theta Kay Kettering Arizona
Portland DePauw Elizabeth Helen Hamann Mary Arline Ebert
Sigma Rho Sarah Dorman Bailey Janis Tremble Nelson
Elizabeth Anne Corlett Slippery Rock St. Florence Elizabeth Beatty Lawrence Antonette Calista Penhasi Ross
Donna Lee Coleman Jane Ann Briner Beavers Maria Moscariello Linden RN
Sigma Susan Marie Gray Marianna Hahl Beers Elaine N. Hendricksen Meluso Xi
Bonnie Lou Lipton Sherry Elizabeth Keaton Brennan Marilyn Dorothy Peterson Oklahoma
Cal. -Berkeley Sheila Gladys Tourtilot Burris
Carol Minton Barber Altshuler Sigma Tau Lela Fuller Carter O'Rourke Mary Olive McGivney Iven
Joy Ann Martin Ashley Washington Katherine Elizabeth Davis Carter Dorothy Ann Wedge
Helen Fletcher Barry Baker Sandra Mary Pelkey Garratt Patricia Anne Bressler Chatt Elyse Nancy Wells Zeta
Margaret G. Weeks Bail Christina Maria Schilling Helen Laverne Woolford Coffin Nebraska
Dorothy Grace Jackson Baxter Lenore Alice Johnson Coon Theta Psi Sandra M. Buell Albertson
Eva Helen Packard Blaschke Harrison Lucille Reynolds Dallas Toledo Barbara Ann Eicke Armstrong
Patricia Ann Lennon Burd Mary Southwell Hutchinson Dorothy May Dempster Helen Scheidler Benschoter Dorothy Elizabeth Woodward
Marguerite Ives Gist Butler Sarah Louisa Dodd Kroker Edna Klutts Farber Lois Elizabeth Zeigler Billig
Chris Ann Costantino Carolyn Elizabeth Brant Lense Marilyn Lee Paris Janice Elaine Abbott Bowman Barnard
Linda Louise Taylor Drew Elizabeth Schmidt McGinniss Helen O'Rear Gregg Frances Suydam Chappie Wendy Fae Brydl
Jane Dudley Epley Hilda Louise Ott Micari Helen Jeanne Beaubien Hayford Sharon Kaczala Fickel Pauline Moore Carman
Helen Alice Busier Fletcher Jean May Leland Smith Carol Frances Sears Hess Gwen Petersen Geis Catherine Lynn Santoro
Janet Letson Hackley Eugenia C. Thornton Jane Wells Clements King Brenda Louise Klecha
Joanne Fenner Hays Lois Carol Smart Lehner Ruth Lee Leichtamer Comstock
Nancy Elin Bracken Holleman Tau Mary Asenath Morrison Obear Wilma Diegelman Lupe Phyllis Mae Davidson Dunlap
Sandra Glooschenko Jaeger Minnesota Jean Louise Lave Pierson Betty Jane K. Wilson Reithel Kathryn Louise Smith Fairchild
Vivian Georgene Knudsen Carol Louise Formo Ackles Ann Cunliff Polster Cynthia Ann Skaff Marjorie Helen French
Dorothy Good Anderson Norma Vonoburn Roberts Fadwa Haney Skaff Mary Patricia Giddings
Johsens Dorothy Mae Long Angwin Cora Dealba Brodhecker Marion Trettien Mary Lee Glen
Jean Clark Keller Julia Maxine Morse Blackmer Thelma D. Coen Waigand Bette Lou Wefso Hagel
GayeM. Lenahan Virginia Grace Swift Chamberlin Robertson Betty Lou Weber Ziler Helen Margaret Gould
Louise Kramer Mills Charlene Janet Wente Dannheim Shirley Elizabeth Shazer
Camille Ann Stickney Mitchell Mary Goodman Davis June Morris Silverman Upsilon Henderson
Helen Carol Stoll Moller Helen Marie Turnstrand Mary Elizabeth Schultheis Washington Mariellen Marko Jacobson
Mary Bagnaschi Morris Jean Grant Anderson Opal Loraine Johnson Janelle
Carol J. Munson Erickson Stoudenmire Donna Mabel McNair Apple Helen Nona Bergin Kampfe
Rita Yeraka Norman Marian Mann Falkenhagen Kay Fern Hansen Sutherlin Allie Kalin Becher Betty Anne Evans Kinkade
Judith Parker Payne Jane Dixon Cracraft Ganyo Elizabeth Elle Buckingham Marianne Davies Carton Irma Clarice Mattingly
Virginia Lewis Persons Dorris Bowers Gorton Mary Cecile Fahey Chesley Diana Lee Rasmussen Meiches
Rosalinda Amelia Olcese Ricconi Kathryn Ann Clarke Grant Tourtelot Virginia Ann Callison Dolan Bertha Jane Carr Miller
Mona Kewin Say Donna Lee Benedict Gravelle Ann Louise Kainz Tvaroha Diana Louise Smith Drewel Inez Lowetta Reese Neff
Dorothy Jane Ledgett Seifert Barbara Honor Quick Hancock Irene Lillian Lumby Welker Nancy Ellen Russell Focht Dorothy Abbott Petersen
Noreen Curtis Higgins Stoner Elna May E. Thurston Hansen Carmen Lorenne Baker Gibbons Deanne Marie Glen Phillips
Mildred Ewing Taylor Beverly Jane Hayer Harris Theta Chi Aase Loe Gronlund Jean Elizabeth Marcy Sells
Traude Maria Kriz Valachi Marilyn Joanne Dixon Haugen Morningside Marilyn M. Rose Herman Dorothy Elizabeth Bradt
Carol Joan Wilhelmy Clara Marie Kurz Hockstedler Denise Anne Hartstack Barber Marolyn Rogene Morgan Hilbert
Betty Ann Stofle Willis Barbara Ann Krezowski Lori Kay Mohr Eberhart Charuce Campbell Hughes Smiland
Jessie McAdam Earned Charese Elizabeth Yanney Audrey Jane Hoenshell Humason Lucile Margaret Hendricks
Sigma Chi Suzanne Elizabeth Zuehlke Janet Young Barbara Trask Clark Marsh
Hartwick Sharon Inez Peel Neglay Spencer
Donna Jean Balkoff Larsen Theta Eta Beatrice Jean Heitmann Faye Curry Stannard
Alison Rae Brown Kaia Marie Ellingson Lehman Cincinnati Marie Margaret Studts
Judith Gayle Hunt Butcher Wilma Helen Smith Leland A. Mary Bayles Nowogroski Cathy Jo Thibault
Patricia Forrest Patricia Gertrude Johnson Lill Lou Anne Moon Bunnel Phyllis Mae Ocker Shirley Lou McPeck Walker
Margo Elizabeth McMahon Sandra Elizabeth Rodgers Doris Ann Eberhardt Louise Dow Benton Oliver Laura Agnes Scherff Waters
Kathleen Toop Elsbeth Janet Botsch Fisher Ann Lorraine Schultz Pare
Nancy Grimley Vaneron Markel Adelia Maybelle Hanks Frey Zeta Psi
Virginia Ann Witter Wilma Arnold McGregor Erna Louise Kramer James East Carolina
Alice Elizabeth Pass McHugh Shirley Simone Smedley Kramer Jenny Sue West Holt
Sigma Delta Beth Caldwell Nerison Daisy Virginia Pott Lindsley Lucy Anne Scoggin Pake
Huntingdon Martha Frances Wolff Newell Patricia Louise Prashaw
Audrey Kay Gomillion Jones Inez Kolar Petrok These are just a few of the work areas targeted
Barbara Lynn Smith Marie Bremer Reim Lockhart for emphasis for the coming year. In the past,
Kathleen T. O'Shaughnessy Mary Elizabeth Light Meyer many DEVELOPMENT FUND donors have des-
Sigma Iota Ruth Feinthel Moos ignated that they wish the Executive Board to use
Western Illinois Rosenblum Winona Rae Rogers their donations wherever needed, and these dol-
Pamela Sue Allen Jean Behrends Rotegard Cecile Maureen Tansey Tokar lars have been used in even broader areas,
Ellen Faye Schroeder Axtell Eddice Dochterman Sullivan including not only the above examples, but also
Janice Joy Anderson Barzantny Grace Elizabeth Lehmann Theta Kappa such important facets as TO DRAGMA, regional
Donna Bell Berg W. Chester St. work, NPC support, work of our international
Nancy Jean Schmidt Sweeney Helen Dixon Sharkey Werntz chairman, and others.
Rochelle Marie Sim
Carol Marie Whitney Zare Tau Delta Theta Omega Alpha Omicron Pi needs your continuing sup-
Birmingham-Southern Northern Arizona port. Please respond generously this year to the
Sigma Lambda Anne D. Greene Teri Elizabeth Thomas Anderson DEVELOPMENT FUND drive.
Wisconsin St. Rheta Pauline Crim Greenhill Mary Jo Miller Brentari Thank you.
Donna Butterfield Janice Ruth West Ingram Nanette Brubaker
Karen Ann Dwyer Caesar Susan Kay Edmunds Lewis Jessica Anne Barlow Daniels
Veronica Annee Clark Lauren Elizabeth Lowery Katherine Lynn Kravos
Ann Marie Motte McAllister
Sarah Adele Taylor Miller Haywood
Jeane Reynolds Parks

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Every year as we celebrate Founders' Day, we all remember our founders and we honor the founding of the

Fraternity.

But how seriously do we personally consider whaf the founders did and what the founding of Alpha Omi-

cron Pi provided?

With foresight, understanding and wisdom, J Bess, Stella and Jess developed a philosophy that is

always applicable to our lives.

They established a firm foundation on which me nbers have built a responsive network of caring women

who emphasize mutual support, commitment.5 a love.

But perhaps most personally significant and humbling, the founders entrusted the honor of the Fraternity to

each of us and to those we choose to further its development.

The maintenance and development of Alpha Omicron Pi are in our hands. And we were given our respon-

sibilities and privileges with love and perfect confidence.

As we celebrate the founding of Alpha Omicrcn Pi on this, its 86th birthday, let us honor our Fraternity,

let us live our philosophy and let us renew our commitment to Alpha Omicron Pi and to each other.

But most importantly, let us continue to merit the Fraternity's trust in all that we do—on this Founders'

Day and always.

Fraternally,

THE EXECUTIVE BOARD

Virginia Anne Banks Teri Thomas Anderson
Margaret Kramer Crawford Barbara Daugs Hunt
Marilyn Rose Herman Melanie Nixon Doyle
Kay Hansen Sutherlin Helen Claire McMahon

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