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Published by Alpha Omicron Pi, 2016-06-06 17:49:58

1986 Fall - To Dragma

Vol. LXIII, No. 12

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This issue has been one of the most enjoyable for me to put together. It salutes our "Best of the Best", both collegians and alumnae. I am constantly amazed and thrilled at the talents that all of us have! I hope that you enjoy reading through these as much as I have.
Also included in this issue is a wrap- up of our Leadership Conferences for 1986. Everyone attending enjoyed a weekend of leadership training, collegiate and alumnae workshops, and fun and games!
Once again we have been growing. Inside are details of one colonization, four collegiate installations, and one alumnae installation!
A large part of this magazine is devoted to the Philanthropic Founda- tion. I'm sure that you will be as proud as I am of our growth here. We have been able to do so much with all of your support. We have an article about Dr. White whose work is made possible through your donations to the Founda- tion.
For the winter issue, look forward to more information on Convention 1987. Because of such a tremendous response in requests for "Best of the Best" material, there was no space for collegiate and alumnae chapter com- mentaries. They will be held over for the
winter issue.
GAMMA SIGMA CHAPTER GEORGIA STATE U.
Top Chapter Fundraiser for 1986! $7,194
Gamma Sigma supported all funds of the Foundation
Graduate Advisor Positions for 1987-88
If you are a recent graduate who plans on attending graduate school during the 1987-88 academic year, please contact international head- quarters for information on the pos- sibility of working with an AOIT chapter as a graduate advisor. There are a limited number of campuses targeted for this program. This pro- gram is administered by the regional vice presidents and by contacting headquarters you will be put in contact with regional vice presidents who have targeted campuses in their regions. Write headquarters today for more information!
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Congratulations
to all 1986 AOTTpledges! Welcome!
Perspectives
By Peg
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panhellenic didn't invite us."
Or, the answer could be much more
complex and delineate the numerous factors that go into every extension decision. Those factors include univer- sity support, alumnae availability, panhellenic organization and policies, timing, housing, expenses, and regional and international officer approval.
In fact, each decision to start a new chapter is made only after due consider- ation of countless factors.
And each chapter is started after many hours of planning, preparation, and hard work by extension officers, local alumnae, and Headquarters staff.
Through dedicated and diligent efforts, Alpha Omicron Pi has been fortunate in recent years to begin many collegiate and alumnae chapters. The colonization and installation of those chapters has served many purposes.
The most obvious benefit of our exten- sion efforts is the addition of strong, productive chapters of which the entire Fraternity can be extremely proud.
Another benefit is somewhat less tangible to many members, but is apparent to international officers: the enhancement of AOIl's reputation as the strong, progressive, professional organization that it is.
Success certainly breeds success. And extension is a prime example of that. Our extension successes and partici- pation in interfraternal activities have worked together to bolster our prestige throughout the Greek world. And, our enhanced image has led to further extension opportunities and successes.
As we continue to respond to the in- quiries received from campuses wanting to add chapters and pursue the campuses where A O n wants to establish chapters, we constantly strive to make circumspect decisions that will have long-term benefits for the Fraternity.
The Executive Board welcomes the discussion that such decisions always will generate.
After all, we realize that extension is a double-edged sword.
Extension is a double-edged sword.
On one side, most members would probably agree that the Fraternity's pride, prestige, and progress are bolstered by the addition of new colleg- iate and alumnae chapters.
On the other side, members may have questions about extension policies and decisions.
And one of the more prominent of those questions is, "Why did they start a colle- giate chapter in Podunk instead of starting one at the university in my hometown?"
The answer to such a question may be very simple, such as: "We didn't start a chapter in your hometown because
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Julie Warren Martin, U. of Tennes- see graduate, Omicron Chapter. Julie was the first to receive a Bachelor of Arts in sculpture grant- ed by UT. Learn more about Julie and others as we salute our Alumnae Best of the Best!
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LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 86
"I have learned a lot about being an alumnae president and have been given new ideas for our group to try."
—Alumnae President, Region III
"Chapter President's session was excellent!"
—Collegian, Region V
The memorial service was inspirational Alumnae, Region V
Leadership "I was very impressed and learned an awful lot."
Conference Sig&hts
Sounds
"Thank you so, so, much for all of the hard work you have put into this con- ference! I have met so many wonderful AOfls and have received some really terrific ideas for philanthropic projects/ socials/scholarship/sisterhood building, etc. Now—if I can only package all these ideas together—bundled tightly with the enthusiasm in which they were pre- sented—and take it back to my chapter —AOI1 will have yet another collegiate chapter to be proud of!"
—Chapter President, Region II
—Collegian, Region I
"I was happy to learn that we aren't the only ones who can't do everything right!"
—Collegian, Region VIII
"I learned so much that I can take back to my chapter for their use."
—Chapter
Region II Rush Fashion Show models and Regional Rush officer Mary Bryant.
"As a colony member this conference has taught me a lot and has given me the strength to continue stronger than ever."
member, Region III
Theta Beta Colony members, Thomas More College with Peg Crawford, International President.
"I enjoyed meeting everyone finally and sharing with them."
—Colony member, Region 1
"The Conference was well put together; jammed packed with helpful topics and a joy to attend."
—Alumna, Region I
"It was wonderful to have Past Interna- tional Presidents and R T & J participating."
—Alumnae, Region V
"It helps to be rejuvinated to go back and face the chapter."
—Chapter member, Region III
—Colony
member, Region III
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Past International President Wilma Leland and former consultant Kendra Redfern at Region V LC.
1"It was great to see you again! This conference was my first time for attend- ing an AOI1 function of such calibre, and I had a WONDERFUL time. It was especially impressive at how well the alumnae and collegians enjoyed them- selves together. As a collegian, it made me look forward to graduation and alumnae status—something I had not really considered before!"
—Collegian, Region V I


"It's nice to know others share the same problems that you have."
—Chapter President, Region IV
"The hospitality and enthusiasm of the hostess chapter set the tone for a successful meeting."
—Alumnae President, Region IV
"So glad we had specially made sessions for discussion of corporation programs and problems."
—Corporation representative, Region V I
". . . glad to have the chance to learn about the ins and outs of Ritual AFTER ritual rather than before . . . was much more meaningful and enlightening."
—Alumnae, Region VI
"I enjoyed meeting my sisters from all over and also seeing how active the alumnae is!"
—Collegian, Region II
Thanks Sandy!
Much of the organizational success behind the eight Leadei ship Conferences held this summer can be attributed to the current International Leadership Conference Chairman, Sandra Jaeger, Sigma, 1961. Sandy has worked closely with the Regional Finance Officers, Regional Vice Presidents, and Local Leadership Conference Chairmen for the past year to ensure that these important training and planning con- claves were appropriately prepared and promoted. With her diligent effort, we were able to CELEBRATE SISTER- HOOD and learn much about the making of a successful chapter!
In between planning Leadership Con- ferences, Sandy works for the Pacific Bell Marketing Department as a Market- ing Administrator, where, among other duties, she also plans conferences for company management and associates.
Leadership Conference Award Winners
COLLEGIATE LEADERSHIP AWARD
Region I—Susan Becchina, Theta Pi, Wagner College
Region II—Maxine Kijek, Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt U.
Region III—Carey Cunningham, Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia
Region IV—Maureen Marks, Theta Psi, U. of Toledo
Region V—Natalie Nesler, Tau, U. of Minnesota
Region VI—Tamra Noddingham, Chi Delta, U. of Colorado Boulder
Region VII—Sharron Henriques, Alpha Phi, Montana State U.
Region VIII—Kerry Boyd, Chi Psi, Cal. Poly.
OUTSTANDING ALUMNAE CHAPTER/MOST IMPROVED ALUMNAE CHAPTER
Region I—New York-New Jersey Metro Region II—Lexington
Region III—Greater Pinellas
Region IV—Lafayette
Region V—Chicago Northwest Suburban Region VI—Oklahoma City
Region VII—Pullman
Region VIII—Long Beach
Prior to this work experience, she has been a Data Entry Supervisor, a Tax Accountant, and a Computer Programmer. This background has provided AOI1 with the perfect variety of money and management skills necessary to tackle the detail and creativity involved in her AOII volun- teer work. Of course, previous AOII experience as a Regional Finance Officer, East Bay Alumnae President, and a Chapter Adviser for Sigma at Berkeley have contributed to her success as well.
The mother of two teenagers, Marc and Sarah, Sandy squeezes AOII work in between their activities. She also manages to enjoy knitting, quilting, gardening, and constant reading as a balance in her busy life. Stop by her sixty-seven year old colonial home in Berkeley, and you are apt to be treated to a gourmet meal, a walk down to the creek in her back yard, and, if you share her secret passion, some serious rock and roll! Our salute to Sandy for sharing her skills with us.
ALUMNAE SERVICE AWARD
Region I—Marie Brown, Syracuse, NY Region II—Karen Towell, Bowling
Green, KY
Region III—Jane Batterson Dickman,
Greater Pinellas, FL
Region IV—Glenna Timmons, Terre
Haute, IN
Region V—Shirley "Shoo" Walker,
Kearney, NE
Region VI—Mary Taylor, Northwest
Arkansas
Region VII—Beverly Landes Townsend,
Bozeman, M T
Region VIII—Blanche Chilcote, Southern
Orange County, CA
OUTSTANDING COLLEGIATE CHAPTER/MOST IMPROVED COLLEGIATE CHAPTER
Region I—Theta Pi, Wagner College Region II—Pi Delta, U. of Maryland Region III—Tau Delta, Birmingham
Southern
Region IV—Theta, DePauw U.
Region V—Zeta, U. of Nebraska Lincoln Region VI—Chi Delta, U. of Colorado Region VII—Alpha Gamma, Washington
State U.
Region VIII—Lambda Beta, California
State U. of Long Beach
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Sandy Yaeger
If you are interested in serving as a volunteer in some regional or inter- national capacity as Sandy does, contact our International Nomina- tion's Chairman, Nancy Bettis, 7709 Bennington Drive, Knoxville, T N 37919, 615/693-1514.
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Diamond Jubilee Foundation
Tammy Collins Kimberly Rodd Lucie Logan
Marilyn Mees
political science and economics. She served as treasurer, scholarship chair- man and philanthropic chairman for her chapter. O n campus she was juniorclass president, on the AMS-AWS Judicial Board, Student Government Associa- tion and Omicron Delta Kappa.
Region IV
Rachel Hunter, Kappa Pi chapter,
Ohio Northern University will earn a B.S. in elementary education. She served her chapter as president, rush chairman and pledge class secretary. Campus activities included grade appeals committee, SNEA and resident hall head resident.
Judith Kettenstock, Omicron Pi chapter, University of Michigan, will earn a B.S. in Nursing. She served her chapter as treasurer, historian and as publicity chairman. Activities on campus included vice president Bible Study and the waterpole team.
Carmen Lewman, Kappa Kappa chapter, Ball State University will earn a B.S. in Biology. She served as pledge educator, pledge class president and COB/MIF chairman for her chapter. Campus honors included Alpha Lambda Delta and Mortar Board.
With pride the Trustees of the AOTll Diamond Jubilee Foundation announce annual scholarships will be increased to $1,000 for 1986-87 recipients.
Eighteen members of Alpha Omicron Pi will receive awards for a total amount of $18,000. The largest undergraduate scholarship honors the Foundation founder, Muriel Turner McKinney. It has been awarded to Lucie Logan, Pi Alpha, University of Louisville. Lucie will receive a B.S. in Business Administra- tion. She served her chapter as president, vice president and parliamen- tarian. Her honors include election to the Order of Omega and serving on the Dean's Advisory Board.
Criteria used to select the winners includes academic excellence, financial need, campus and chapter involvement, AOn love and loyalty.
Listed by region are the additional recipients of undergraduate scholar- ships for 1986-87:
Region I
Tammy Collins, Gamma chapter, University of Maine will earn a B.Ed, in secondary education. She served her chapter as president and scholarship chairman. O n campus she was historian and recorder for Kappa Delta Pi.
Kimberly Rodd, Theta Pi chapter,
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Wagner College, will earn a B.A. in Music Education. In her chapter she served as assistant scholarship chairman, alum relations, corresponding secre- tary and senior Panhellenic. Her campus activities included serving as president of Panhellenic, the Collegium Musicum, Guitar and Lute Ensemble.
Region II
Lucie Logan, Pi Alpha chapter, Uni-
versity of Louisville (see above). Marilyn Mees, Kappa Omega chapter, University of Kentucky, will
earn a B.S. in Health Services. She served her chapter as president, philan- thropic chairman and assistant treasurer. O n campus she was special projects chairman for Lambda Sigma and on the Honors Program Special Advisory Council.
Region III
Cary Cunningham, Lambda Sigma
chapter, University of Georgia, will earn a B.S. in Microbiology. She served as administrative vice president and Keeper of the Ritual. Campus activities included secretary f o r "2." Club, Eta Sigma Gamma, Pandora Yearbook staff and Student Alumni Council.
Kathleen Tourville, Kappa Gamma chapter, Florida Southern College will earn a B.A. in the double major of
Cary Cunningham Kathleen Tourville Rachael Hunter Judith Kettenstock 6


Scholarship Awards 1986-87
For information, write Karen Tucker
DJF Scholarship Chairman 500 E 77th St., Apt. 1815 New York, N.Y.10162
Carmen Lewman Region V
Eden Edwards, Zeta chapter, Univer- sity of Nebraska will earn a B.A. in the double major of Speech Communication and Journalism. She served her chapter as president and Panhellenic delegate. Campus activities included new student orientation staff assistant, Innocents Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Region VI
Susan Bachali, Delta Pi chapter, Central Missouri State University will earn a B.S. in Business Administration. She has served her chapter as president, Panhellenic representative and assistant pledge trainer. O n campus she was president of the Panhellenic Council, a member of Rho Lambda, the Order of Omega and the American Marketing Association.
Jill Ritter, Sigma Omicron chapter, Arkansas State University, received the Tulsa Alumnae Scholarship Award. She will earn a B.S. in Computer Science. She served as chapter president, treasurer, junior and senior Panhelle- nic delegate. Her campus honors included Alpha Lambda Delta and Gamma Beta Phi.
Region VII
Barbie Albert, Alpha Gamma chapter,
W ashington State University, will earn a B.A. in Business Administration. She served as corresponding secretary for
Eden Edwards Susan Bachali her chapter. Her campus honors included
Omicron Delta Kappa and Mortar Board.
Sharron Henriques, Alpha Phi chap- ter, Montana State University, will earn a B.S. in Biomedical Sciences. She served as chapter president and Panhellenic representative. O n campus she was vice president of SPURS, Colorguard Captain and instructor, MSU Chamber Orchestra and AED (pre-med honorary).
Region VIII
Cynthia Gallo, Sigma Phi chapter, California State University, Northridge will earn a B.A. in speech communica- tions. She served as rush chairman, intramurals chairman and Panhellenic delegate for her chapter. Campus activities included CSUN blood drive recruiter, associated students election poll worker and the student speech communications association.
Graduate scholarships were awarded to the following:
The Helen Haller Award given to a graduate student has been awarded to Mary Crouse, Beta Phi chapter, Indiana University School of Law. Mary is working toward her J.D. degree. During her undergraduate years she served her chapter as recording secretary, Panhel- lenic delegate and as a graduate she served as chapter advisor, chapter rela- tions advisor and as a member of the
Jill Ritter
Indiana University School of Law Women's Caucus and a member of Phi Delta Phi.
The AOII/Diamond Jubilee Foundation is also funding a Chapter Services Scholarship and the recipient will be selected by the Executive Board of Alpha Omicron Pi.
Through these scholarships AOIT meets its lifetime commitment. Contri- butions from collegians and alumnae support the AOII/Diamond Jubilee Foundation and have made possible more than 400 scholarships since the first scholarship for $50 was awarded in 1962.
In addition, there will be a grant in aid to Syracuse University for a non-AOlT, majoring in Science Education in memory of Dr. Robert D. MacCurdy, husband of our past International Presi- dent and former president of the AOEt/ Diamond Jubilee Foundation, Eleanore D. MacCurdy.
Scholarship applications will be mailed in January 1987. Completed applications must be received by the scholarship chairman, Karen Tucker, by March 1.
Academic excellence, financial need, chapter and campus activities are impor- tant in the selection process. All appli- cants will be notified by May 15, 1987.
Barbie Albert Sharron Henriques Cynthia Gallo Mary Crouse
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Desert Fantasy
Marriott's Desert Springs Resort and Spa will be AOn's oasis in the desert in June, 1987. Situated on 240 acres, there are fresh water lakes, a sandy beach, three swimming pools, tennis courts and a golf course designed by Ted Robinson.
The 6 million dollar health spa will rejuvenate and revitalize you. Exercise on the grassy outdoor area or slip inside and enjoy the lap pool, therapy pool, saunas, and more. Don't miss browsing in one of the 16 shops, and leave a little time to catch nightly live entertainment.
You'll feel the excitement the moment you enter the lobby—an 8 story skylit atrium. We will have our own registration desk to get us settled in without a hassle. Your room will be your private oasis—air conditioning and a stocked refrigera tor will make you feel comfortable; smoke/fire alarms and card locks will make you feel secure.
With 900 guest rooms and 33 meeting rooms, Marriott will provide the perfect setting for a successful Conven-tion. And while Marriott does its part, ACTI will be working extra hard to provide motivational seminars and workshops for our delegates and non-delegates. These meetings will be conducted by professional AOIls and by non-AOIls and will cover many timely topics, such as the legal liabilities involved in housing and alcohol use. These workshops will teach and inspire. Join us June 23, at Marriott's and SETTLE FOR EVERYTHING.
ALPHA OMICRON PI • INTERNATIONAL • CONVENTION 1987,
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This Way to Paradise
International Convention 1987
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A perfect climate, excellent dining, exciting night spots and world class sports make Palm Desert, California a destination with few equals.
Palm Desert is one of eight small cities which make up the "Desert Resort Communities." Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, La Quinta— familiar names as the playground of Hollywood stars. The area lies in the spectacularly scenic Coachella V alley surrounded by the stark San Jacinto Mountains. This Desert Resort is an oasis 110 miles east of Los Angeles in California's Mojave Desert.
The population of this area triples every winter and tourism is THE year round industry. What draws 2 million visitors a year to this small desert resort? One major attraction is the warm, dry climate where dreams of year round golf, tennis and swimming come true. For those to whom no trip would be complete without a shopping spree, the Desert Communities offers enough variety to make "shop until you drop" a reality. Palm Desert Town Center is the largest shopping center between Los
Angeles and Phoenix, Arizona and includes 140 shops, a movie complex, ice skating rink, and myriad restaurants.
Need a little exercise? There are biking, jogging and equestrian trails. Within a five mile radius, you can find museums and galleries with everything from old masters to American Indian art. The Living Desert, a beautiful, exotic botanical garden and wild animal park is the perfect place to become ac- quainted with the fascinating variety of desert flora and fauna.
For excitement there's the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, the world's largest single span lift. Its 2 cable cars transport riders from the desert floor to the 8000 foot station in the San Jacinto Wilderness Park where there are hiking trails, picnic areas, a restaurant and gift shop. Try a swim in the nearby Salton Sea—in prehistoric times this was the Gulf of California—or explore the Joshua Tree National Monument Park with its intriguing rock formation and plant life.
Palm Desert, California is a unique and special spot—join us there for Convention 1987!


Panhellenic
Presidents
Stacy Sherman—Chi Alpha,U.of California Davis Yvette Cerrada—Delta Chi, U. of Delaware SusanBachali—DeltaPi,CentralMissouriStateU. Beth Barror—Delta Theta, Texas Woman's U. Mary Pickens—Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylvania
State U.
Allison Winn—Gamma Delta, U.of South Alabama Ree Haney—Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia Lesley Doyle—Pi Alpha, U. of Louisville
Pamela Allen—Pi Delta, U. of Maryland
Alyce Heeb—Sigma Omicron, Arkansas State U. Suzi Rubin—Sigma Phi, California State U.
at Northridge
Panhellenic
Vice Presidents
Cherie Heidorn—Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U. Dianna Kronhart—Chi Delta, U. of Colorado
Boulder
Michelle Rohal—Kappa Pi, Ohio Northern U. Missy Lanaux—Kappa Tau, Southeastern
Louisiana U.
Patti-Perry Finney—Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt U. LaRita Lewis—Omega Omicron, Lambuth College Tracie Garbett—Phi Delta, U. of Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Robin Moore—Pi Alpha, U. of Louisville
Sandy Lueck—Theta Chi, Morningside College Susan S. Kahon—Theta Omega, Northern Arizona U.
Panhellenic Rush
Chairmen
AnnetteGoodin—AlphaChi,WesternKentuckyU. Shelly Jasper—Alpha Phi, Montana State U. Missy Lanaux—Kappa Tau, Southeastern
Louisiana U.
Shannon Strauss—Lambda Upsilon, Lehigh U. Karen Comerford—Phi Sigma, Kearney State
College
Liz Downs—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo
Panhellenic Secretaries
Joan Drake—Gamma, U. of Maine Orono
Ann George—Lambda Chi, LaGrange College Jeannette Heuisler—Pi Delta, U. of Maryland Rhonda Fenimore—Rho Omicron, Middle
Tennessee State U.
Susan Norkin—Sigma Phi, California State U.
Northridge
Kelly Burk—Theta, DePauw U.
Janet Walker—Theta Omega, Northern Arizona U. Nancy Hull—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo
Panhellenic
Chairmen
Tricia Porraro—Alpha Delta, U. of Alabama MaryAdams—Delta Delta,AuburnU. Laurie Heaslip—Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylvania
State U.
Sharon Guerro—Phi Beta, East Stroudsburg U. Debbie Gangwer—Sigma Phi, California State U.
Northridge
Cindy Gallo—Sigma Phi, California State U.
Northridge
Sandy Lueck—Theta Chi, Morningside College Susan Kahon—Theta Omega, Northern Arizona U. Victoria Kissoff—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo
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Panhellenic
Treasurers
Sharon Held—Gamma Sigma, Georgia State U. Kelly Betancourt—Kappa Kappa, Ball State U. Suzanne Mabee—Kappa Omicron, Rhodes College Julie Helwick—Kappa Pi, Ohio Northern U.
Lisa King—Lambda Upsilon, Lehigh U.
Valerie Jones—Phi Beta, East Stroudsberg U. Cherie Kness—Theta Chi, Morningside College Jill Siegenaler—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo
Ronda Bowden—Phi Sigma, Kearney State College
ollegia Best
th est!
Jr. Panhellenic
Officers
Alicia Adcock—Alpha Delta, U. of Alabama
Jill Jackson—Alpha Gamma, Washington State U. Dawnel Silva—Chi Alpha, U. of California Davis Lisa Chaney—Delta Omega, Murray State U. Jeannine Dwyer—Kappa Gamma, Florida
Southern College
Beth Blake—Kappa Omicron, Rhodes College Peggy O'Neil—Kappa Tau, Southeastern
Louisiana U.
Kristian Kilpatrick—Rho Omicron, Middle
Tennessee State U.
Fayeth Williams—Sigma Omicron, Arkansas
State U.
Cherie Kness—Theta Chi, Morningside College
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Greek Honoraries Order of Omega
Betsy Davis, Debbie Weimar—Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U.
Donna Sandidge, Sara Howard—Alpha Delta, U. of Alabama
Shari Ekensohn—Alpha Gamma, Washington State U.
Shelly Jasper, Suzy Rawlings—Alpha Phi, Montana State U.
Julie Howard, Jill Larson—Alpha Rho, Oregon State U.
Kimberly McCormick—Alpha Sigma, U. of Oregon Debbie Rodgers, Kim Payne, Tamara Nottingham, Kim Sullivan, Stephanie Dewell, Katie Freeman,
Jenny Wilson, Katie McKenzie—Chi Delta,
U. of Colorado Boulder
Lora Spangler, Jean Requa, Micha Seto, Debbie
Shacklinsky, Sharon Ruth, Susan Chrisner,Jen Mason, Holly Walter, Tricia Tobiasz—Delta Chi, U. of Delaware
Lisa Daniel, Mary Byers, Kaye Hutchins, Julie Crotwell—Delta Delta, Auburn U.
Laurie Lovett, Whitney Taylor, Gina Shipley— Delta Omega, Murray State U.
Jana McKinnis, Debbie Fine, Shelly Wadley,Tomi Duffett, Lori Dutoit, Susan Bachali—Delta Pi, Central Missouri State U.
Mary Pickens, Amy Duch, Laurie Heaslip, Kelley Lynch—Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylvania State U .
Joan Drake, Karen Smith, Katie Hoffman— Gamma, U, of Maine Orono
Julie Brining, Cheryl Varnado, Alicia Wendling, Tammy Dunn, Allison Winn, Connie Williams— Gamma Delta, U. of South Alabama
Tricia Adams, Kim Ventre—Gamma Omicron, U. of Florida
Sharon Held, Diana Roper, Wendy Ward— Gamma Sigma, Georgia State U.
Kim Daisey, Annette Biek, Kathy Pergande— Iota, U. of Illinois
Deb Emmert, Pat Hennessey, Eileen Muff—(ota Sigma, Iowa State U.
Kelly Betancourt, Carolyn Bennett, Tonia Markel, Carla Bochenek—Kappa Kappa, Ball State U. Julie Matherne, Christy Leopoldus, Lauren Zeller—
Kappa Tau, Southeastern Louisiana U.
Sherri Stephenson, Ree Haney, Cary Cunningham
—Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia
Carolyn Kainer, Terri Moore, Gina Violante—
Lambda Upsilon, Lehigh U.
Jill Perry, Leslie Caulfield, Kathy Menger, Mary
Turner, Jane Roehm, Donna Kleinschmidt—
Omega, Miami U.
Cindy Zehner, Rebecca Chow, Sharon Sing—
Omicron Pi, U. of Michigan
Malene Demaree, Jennifer Ackerman, Lucie Logan,
Robin Moore—Pi Alpha, U. of Louisville Barbara Lutz, Beth Brophy, Jeannette Heuisler—
Pi Delta, U. of Maryland
Alicia Hawkins, Hollis Weiner, Susan Norkin,
Laura Cowan, Suzi Rubin—Sigma Phi, California
State U. Northridge
Susan Kahon—Theta Omega, Northern Arizona U. Shannon Sweet, Maureen Marks, Denise Stough,
Aimee Carl—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo
Tami St. Clair—Zeta Pi Colony, U. of Alabama
Birmingham
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Denise Sease Nu Beta
Die Mi
Andrea Mobley Nu Beta
Smith Gamma
U. of Maine Orono
ine Hoffm.in me Orono
Laurie Heaship Epsifon Alpha Pennsylvania State U-
Rho Lambda
Carmen Lewman, Carla Bochenek, Becky Wimmer, Kim Semler, Jennifer Flaugh—Kappa Kappa, Ball State U.
Cecilia Deynoodt, Sheryl Lobue, Marianne Miller, Kim Toca, Sheryl Watson—Kappa Tau, Southeastern Louisiana U.
Kelli Elder, Sherri Stephenson, Donilyn Willis— Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia
Andrea Mobley,Jennifer Shores, Vikki Cooke, Lisa Brown, Denise Sease—Nu Beta, Ole Miss
Ronda Bowden, Carol Brown, Jennifer Brown, Shannon Collins, Lisa Dutt, Kay Gehring, Kay Harris, Sharon Maxwell, Donna McDonald, Julie Moore, Brenda Mueller, Roxanne VanCleave, Valerie Vitera, Jean Wever—
Phi Sigma, Kearney State College
Beth Prichard, Tracy Anglin, Lana Reed, Marcia
Granade, Ginger Miller, Inge Pruess, Allison Dean, Kathleeen Brock—Rho Omicron, Middle Tennessee State U.
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ria Cooke Beta
Ole Miss.
Lisa Brown Nu Beta >!e Miss.
Kimberly T< Kappa Tat
Southeastern Louisiana U.
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Greek Week
Chairman
Mary Schif— Alpha Delta, U. of Alabama
Marni Halter—Alpha Sigma, U. of Oregon Andrea Edelman, Laurel Pavia—Chi Alpha, U. of
California Davis
Lynn Wilson—Delta Chi, U. of Delaware
Mary Adams—Delta Delta, Auburn U.
Debbie Gross—Delta Pi, Central Missouri State U. Lisa Kelly—Gamma, U. of Maine Orono
Angie Wilson—Gamma Delta, U. of South Alabama Grace Avant—Gamma Sigma, Georgia State U. Pat Hennessey—Iota Sigma, Iowa State U. Lorrie Campbell—Kappa Pi, Ohio Northern U. Peggy O'Neil—Kappa Tau, Southeastern
Louisiana U.
Sherri Stephenson—Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia Lyn Hallaron—Nu Beta, Ole Miss
Cindy Zehner—Omicron Pi, U. of Michigan Sharon Guerro—Phi Beta, E. Stroudsburg U. Malene Demaree, Chris O'Bryan—Pi Alpha,
U. of Louisville
Kathy Belew—Rho Beta Colony, Virginia
Commonwealth
Sandy Lueck, Cherie Kness— Theta Chi,
Morningside College
Susan Kahon—Theta Omega, Northern Arizona U. Bliss Beasley, Dee Cuppett—Zeta Pi Colony,
1 U. of Alabama Birmingham ••••*
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Greek Woman
Of The Year
Shelly Jasper—Alpha Phi, Montana State U. Wendy Wilson—Delta Theta, Texas Woman's U. Joan Drake—Gamma, U. of Maine Orono
Julie Brining—Gamma Delta, U. of South Alabama Terri Wilhite Johnson—Kappa Omicron, Rhodes
College
Cecilia Deynoodt—Kappa Tau, Southeastern
Louisiana U.
Maxine Kijek—Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt U.
Gay Carole Lester—Omega Omicron, Lambuth
College
Sharon Thompson, Macie Burnett—Omicron,
U. of Tennessee Knoxville
Cindy Zehner—Omicron Pi, U. of Michigan DeAnn Burns—Phi Delta, U. of Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Robin Moore, Jennifer Ackerman—Pi Alpha,
U. of Louisville
Suzi Rubin—Sigma Phi, California State U.
Northridge
Melissa Nollen—Upsilon Lambda, U. of Texas
San Antonio
Peggy O'Neil Kappa Tau Southeastern Louisiana State U.
Sandy Lueck Theta Chi
Morningside Coll
Lisa Kelly Gamma
U. of Maine Orono
Joan Drake Gamma
of Maine Oron
Jodi Newton, Wendy Porter, Carol Warren--Alpha Gamma, Washington State U.
Vicki Sherick, Natalie McCrae, Tracy Olson, Becky Shortland, Colly McCowan—Alpha Phi, Montana State U.
Kim Payne, Kim Sullivan, Katie McKenzie—Chi Delta, U. of Colorado, Boulder
Robin Patterson, Darla Trott, Lisa Carlson, Jenny Crook, Christy Munson, Suzy Baker, Jill Perry, Francie Bizios—Omega, Miami U.
Ronda Bowden,Jean Wever, Jennifer Brown, Lisa Trumler, Ann Maloley, Dara Krueger, Jane Fox, Teri Echtenkamp, Mary Murray—Phi Sigma, Kearney State College
Lynn Hallaron Nu Beta Ole Miss.
Maxine Kijek Nu Omicron Vanderbilt U.
Julie Brining Gamma Delta
, of South Alabama
Spurs


Cheerleaders
Sara Runge, Kathleen Scanlon—Alpha Beta Tau, Thomas More College
Jennifer Williamson—Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U.
amie Senn—Alpha Gamm, Washington State U. Wendy Booth—Alpha Phi, Montana State U. Bonnie Waldorf, Jackie Susie, Angie Glascock—
Beta Lambda, Illinois Wesleyan
Laura Woodcox—Chi Delta, U. of Colorado Boulder Candy Smoak—Delta Delta, Auburn U.
Kelley Meyer—Delta Pi, Central Missouri State U. | Nancy LeCompte, Tami Meister, Heather
• • • Harrington—Iota Sigma, Iowa Sate U. I•• •• •• Katherine Kasch—Kappa Gamma, Florida
Southern College
Laura Bray—Kappa Omicron, Rhodes College Stephanie Butler, Toni Gutowski, Melinda
McCon, Joline Vaughn—Kappa Tau, South-
eastern Louisiana U.
Leslie Caulfield,Anita Batsakis—Omega, Miami U.I Cindy Banks, Jenny Harrison, Mary Newpart,
Kem Nace, Cathy Jackson—Omega Omicron,
Lambuth College
Carol Williams—Omicron, U. of Tennessee
Knoxville
Louise Rowland—Rho Beta, Virginia Common-
wealth U.
Joni Hampton—Sigma Omicron, Arkansas State U. I Tracy Hill, Shannon Sharts—Sigma Phi, California
State U. Northridge
Jennifer Williams—Theta Omega, Northern
Arizona U.
Susan LaPlante—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo Stacey Kaputska, Ann Willet—Zeta, U. of
Nebraska Lincoln
Regina Crane, Dee Cuppett—Zeta Pi Colony,
U. of Alabama Birmingham
Flag Corps
Sharron Henriques—Alpha Phi, Montana StateU. Laura Brown—Kappa Kappa, Ball State U. Melissa Kenniston, Cheryl Mumma—Kappa Pi,
Ohio Northern U.
Antonia Batsakis—Omega, Miami U.
Brenda Timming, Terri Stanley, Renee Shaw,
Karen Turk—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo
Twirlers
Kelli Collins, Sissy Carroll —Delta Delta, Auburn U.
Christy Hobso Nu Omicron Vanderbilt U.
eynoodt Kappa Tau
Pom Pom Squad
Melina Withers—Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U. Barbara Anne Dick—Delta Chi, U. of Delaware Kelley Humphreys, Janet Roby—Delta Omega,
Murray State U.
Beth Smith, Angie Thielbar—Delta Pi, Central
Missouri State U.
Kim Daisey, Peg Schultz, Carol Jenks, Kim
Palmiter, Laurie Wittlich, Tina Marty, Kim
Fornero, Becky Foster—Iota, U. of Illinois
Val Meinhardt, Linda Garney—Iota Sigma, Iowa
State U.
Sheryl Sanders—Kappa Kappa, Ball State U. Heidi Rudiger, Ashley Williams, Teresa Zito,
Laural Trahan —Kappa Tau, Southeastern
Louisiana U.
Leslie Olson, Christy Hobson, Laurie Fisher,
Danielle Golove—Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt U. Cindi Jernigan—Rho Omicron, Middle Tennessee
State U.
W endy Rogers, Angle Arihood, Bette Lawrence—
Theta, DePauw U.
Barb Wilhelm—Zeta, U. of Nebraska Lincoln Kristi Hobbs—Zeta Pi Colony, U. of Alabama
Birmingham
Queens
Anne Marie Mielech {1986 Spring Formal Court) —Alpha Beta Tau, Thomas More College
Tracie Howard (Miss Greek Week)—Delta Delta, Auburn U.
Tomi Duffett (Homecoming)—Delta Pi, Central Missouri State U.
Jolie Ellington —Gamma Delta, U. of South Alabama
Lisa Cape (Greek Goddess)—Gamma Sigma, Georgia State U.
Cecilia Deynoodt (Miss Southeastern Louisiana U.), Wendy Cillufo (Miss Love), Kristy Mitchell (Miss Jefferson Parish 1985), Andrea Piwitz (Miss Jefferson Parish 1986)—Kappa Tau, Southeastern Louisiana U.
Melanie Faith (Quadrangle Queen), Sheryl Stallings (Homecoming Queen)—Lambda Chi, LaGrange College
Paige Durrett (Miss Lambuth)—Omega Omicron, I Lambuth College
Kathy Kasch Kappa Gamma Florida Southern College
Wend
Kappa Tau
McCon Kappa Ta
Southeast! Louisia
A
ron Vanderbilt U.
Leslie Olson Nu Omicron Vanderbilt U.


Who's Who
Anne Marie Mielech —Alpha Beta Tau , Thomas More College
Betsy Davis, Michelle Martin —Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U.
Donna Sandidge— Alpha Delta, U. of Alabama Kathy Gillin, Tammy Cartwright, Cathy
Zuklic—Alpha Phi, Montana State U.
Susan Smith—Alpha Rho, Oregon State U. Chris Oakley, Kim McCormick—Alpha Sigma,
U. of Oregon
Pidge Burt, Susan Goodwin—Delta Delta,
Auburn U.
Christie Hill, Chris Keefe, Violet Morin —Delta
Omega, Texas Woman's U.
Julie Brining, Tammy Dunn, Connie Williams—
Gamma Delta, U. of South Alabama
Wendy Ward, Cindy Butler, Lisa Cape, Diana
Roper—Gamma Sigma, Georgia State U. Helene Colon—Gamma Upsilon, St. Leo College Kathy Tourville—Kappa Gamma, Florida
Southern College
Cecilia Deynoodt, Christy Leopoldus, Marianne
Miller, Beth Sita, Lauren Zeller—Kappa Tau,
Southeastern Louisiana U.
Ann Phillips, Melanie Faith, Lynn Whitley, Lynn
McCord—Lambda Chi, LaGrange College Gary Cunningham, Aida Irastorza—Lambda
Sigma, U. of Georgia
Carde Lepore, Lori Brenner, Terri Moore, Wendi
Frenkil—Lambda Upsilon, Lehigh U.
Jennifer Stokes, Lyn Hallaron—Nu Beta, Ole Miss Jeannie Lee, Gay Carole Lester, Lane Hartman,
Rachel Jackson—Omega Omicron, Lambuth
College
Linda Gasior—Phi Beta, East Stroudsburg U. Robin Moore—Pi Alpha, U. of Louisville Pamela Allen—Pi Delta, U. of Maryland Theresa Shields—Rho Beta Colony, Virginia
Commonwealth
Beth Prichard—Rho Omicron, Middle Tennessee
State U.
Amy Jenkins, Kim Bridger—Sigma Omicron,
Arkansas State U.
Maureen Marks, Denise Stough—Theta Psi, U. of
Toledo
Tami St. Clair—Zeta Pi Colony, U. of Alabama
Jane Day Nu Be
Theta
Lucie Logan
Fraternity
Sweethearts
Ronda Finley, I X , Leigh Ann Bristol, IN—Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U.
Sara Howard, ITK*—Alpha Delta, U. of Alabama Julie Derby, I1KA Dreamgirl, Lisa Kologi, AX A—
Alpha Phi, Montana State U.
Rose Libby, IAE—Gamma, U. of Maine Orono Jennifer Eriksen —Gamma Delta, U. of South
Alabama
Tracy Arthur, I*E, Christy Solloso, AT—
Gamma Omicron, U. of Florida
Lori Fratarcangelo, S^E— Gamma Upsilon,
St. Leo College
Kathy Pergande, AXA, Angela Anderson, AFP—
Iota, U . o f Illinois
Diane Gebel, AKA—Iota Sigma, Iowa State U. Diane Tickle, <t>A<->—Kappa Kappa, Ball State U. Susan Meshako, KA—Kappa Omega, U. of
Kentucky
Susan Klostermeyer— Kappa Pi, Ohio Northern U. Missy Lanaux, ATU, Toni Gutowski, TKE, Cecilia
Deynoodt, ATA—Kappa Tau, Southeastern
Louisiana U.
Julie Roberts, ATA—Lambda Chi, LaGrange
College
Claire Hubbard, <t>TA, Debbie Lee, FIKA, Carla
Busdiecker, <t>KT—Lambda Sigma, U . of Georgia Jane Day, X*?—Nu Beta, Ole Miss
Christine Laymon, IX—Omicron, U. of Tennessee
Knoxville
Lisa Messino, Rosanne Piasecki—Phi Beta,
East Stroudsburg U.
Lucie Logan, B(-)II—Pi Alpha, U. of Louisville Judy Butler, OKA—Pi Delta, U. of Maryland Kelly Owens, I<i>E, Sandy Robinson, TKE pledge
class—Sigma Omicron, Arkansas State U. Laura Tyni, nKA Dream Girl—Sigma Phi,
California State U. of Northridge
Stephanie Paine, AXA—Theta, DePauw U. Becky Moore, T1K*, Nancy Hull, I1KA, Shannon
Sweet, I<I>E, Cindy Staunton, IIK<t>, Denise
Stough, nK*—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo Wendy Norris, AT, Diana Schmidt, OK*—Zeta,
U. of Nebraska Lincoln
Birmingham
Missy Lanaux Kappa Tau Southeastern
Louisiana State 1
Marianne Miller Kappa Tau Southeastern Louisiana State V.
Toni Gutowski Kappa Tau Southeastern
Louisiana State i
Southeastern
Southeastern
Zeller Tau


Michelle Barton —Alpha Beta Tau, Thomas More College
Ronnah Bowles, Barb Koehler Higdon—Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U.
Gena Page Whitt—Alpha Delta, U. of Alabama Barbara Anderson—Alpha Rho, U. of Oregon Christine Oakely—Alpha Sigma, U. of Oregon Jennifer Hearon—Beta Lambda, Illinois Wesleyan Betsy Eduey—Chi Alpha, U. of California Davis Christy Robie—Chi Delta, U. of Colorado Boulder Suzie Fohl, Missy Morris, Holly Walter—Delta
Chi, U. of Delaware
Jenelle Sissel, Mille Bergman —Delta Omega,
Murray State U.
Debbie Fine, Kim Phillips—Delta Pi, Central
Missouri State
Stephany Williams—Delta Theta, Texas Woman's
College
Courtney Miller—Delta Upsilon, Duke U.
Rita Fitzpatrick—Gamma, U. of Maine Orono Gail Fulton, Julianne Mello—Gamma Upsilon,
St. Leo
Dawn Yates —Kappa Gamma, Florida Southern
College
Carmen Lewman—Kappa Kappa, Ball State U. Katherine Bres, Ricci Hellman —Kappa Omicron,
Rhodes College
Rachel Hunter, Pam Norton, Joni Cain, Sue
Burden, Shelly Heron, Mary Catherine Flower,
Janelle Eddey—Kappa Pi, Ohio Northern U. Melanie Faith, Melanie Williams, Melanie Dodson
—Lambda Chi, LaGrange College
Carole Lepore, Lori Brenner, Nancy Storoz,
Marlena Michalikis—Lambda Upsilon, Lehigh U. Heather Reeves—Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt U. Sheeri Moorman, Kristin Walth—Omega, Miami U. Lane Hartman, Dale Bradley—Omega Omicron,
Lambuth College
Cris Buenahora—Omicron, U. of Tennessee
Knoxville
Linda Gasior, Diane Mesouitu—Phi Beta, East
Stroudsburg U.
Jennifer Akerman—Pi Alpha, U. of Louisville Ellen Taggart—Pi Delta, U. of Maryland Kathleen Brock, Linda Spence—Rho Omicron,
Middle Tennessee State U.
Jill Ritter, Sandy Robinson—Sigma Omicron,
Arkansas State U.
y Burk—Theta, Depauw U.
Heather Reeves v'u Omicron
/anderbilt
Courtney Mille Delta Upsilo
Sheryl Lo Kappa Tau
Southeast!
na State I
Margie I Delta Upsil Duke V.
*xOnoraries Alpha Phi Omega
Margie Bird—Delta Upsilon, Duke U.
Erica Zendt—Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylvania State U. Deb Chase, Dawn Costello—Omega, Miami U. Karen Kelly, Gauriella Gerstman, Mary Sing—
Omicron Pi, U. of Michigan
Shelly V antoorn, Julie Fedder, Beth Wright,
Netasha Fernando—Beta Lambda, Illinois W esleyan
Circle K
Kathy Nelson—Beta Lambda, Illinois Wesleyan Phedra Gardiner, Ronaele Peters—Gamma
Upsilon, St. Leo Colege
Sheryl Lobue—Kappa Tau, Southeastern
Louisiana U.
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Christy Rickan Epsilon Alpha
nnsylvania Sti
etsey Asplundh
Editors
Y earbook
Irene Palacio—Alpha Rho, Oregon State U. Violet Morin, Ness Elliott—Delta Theta, Texas
Woman's U.
Carolyn Welch, Renne Hursh, Wynne Griggs—
Iota, U . of Illinois
Dawn Tipton—Omega Omicron, Lambuth
College
• • • •< Andrea Bricca—Pi Delta, U. of Maryland
Wendy Lane Delta Upsilon
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Allison Becker, Jennie Oldham —Chi Delta,
U. of Colorado Boulder
Michele Simmons—Delta Omega, Murray State U. Violet Morin—Delta Theta, Texas Women's U. Wendy Lane, Betsy Asplundh—Delta Upsilon,
Duke U.
Christy Rickard—Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylvania
State U.
Teresa Johns—Gamma Upsilon, St. Leo College Bobra Crockett, Joelle Uzarski—Iota, U.of Illinois Kathy Egan—Iota Sigma, Iowa State U.
Patti McFadden, Jody Casella—Kappa Omicron,
Rhodes College
Patty Holzschuh—Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia Suzanne Metzger—Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt U. Gay Carole Lester—Omega Omicron, Lambuth
College
Patti Giaquinto—Phi Beta, East Stroudsburg U. Donna Elam—Theta, DePauw U.
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• • • • « Jennifer Bradford—Sigma Omicron, Arkansas State U.
• • • • <Cindy Francis—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo •• • • i
Duke V.
Fitzpatrick Gamma
O


/lahaska Skeltun Gamma Delta
. of South Alabama
Kelly Pappert, Diana Roper, Wendy Ward— ••< Gamma Sigma, Georgia State U.
•< Katherine Kasch, Elise MacLennan, Kathy Tour-
nmy Faulkner <lu Omicron Vanderbilt 1
••• •
Leadership
• •< Omicron Delta Kappa ••<
••< Donna Sandidge—Alpha Delta, U. of Alabama Nancy Terry, Erin Byrne—Alpha Gamma,
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• Washington State U.
• Sherry Adkins—Delta Delta, Auburn U.
• < Mary Pickens—Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylvania State U.
• Julie Brining, Tammy Dunn, Diane Ellis, Susan
• •<
Gordon, Connie Williams, Mahaska Skelton,
• •< Gayle Kilgus, Cheryl Varnado, Alicia Wendling •1 —Gamma Delta, U. of South Alabama

• ville—Kappa Gamma, Florida Southern College


Maxine Kijek, Becky Wayland—Nu Omicron, • Vanderbilt U.

Amy Smith, Jennifer Twiggs, Melanie Dodson, ••< Lynn Whitley, Melanie Faith, Lynn McCord— •1 Lambda Chi, LaCrange College
Donilyn Wilis—Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia ••< Terri Moore—Lambda Upsilon, Lehigh U.
Cheryl Varnado Gamma Delta
. of South Alaban
becca Wayland •iu Omicron
Vanderbilt
Peg Derosa, Marianne Brinkman—Omega, • Miami U.
••< Lucie Logan, Jennifer Ackerman-Pi Alpha, U. of Lousiville
••< Theresa Shields—Rho Beta Colony, Virginia
•<
Commonwealth
• •1 Tami St. Clair, Vera Widsom—Zeta Pi Colony,
1
U. of Alabama Birmingham
Mortar Board
Donna Sandidge—Alpha Delta, U. of Alabama Shelly Myers, Shari Elsensohn—Alpha Gamma,
Washington State U.
Katy Gillin—Alpha Phi, Montana State U. Tamra Nottingham, Dianna Kronhart, Katie
McKenzie, Kim Payne—Chi Delta, U. of
Colorado Boulder
Mary Byers, Anita Blackwell, Aleisa Blackwell—
Delta Delta, Auburn U.
Susan Bachali, Lori Dutoit, Tomi Duffett, Jana
McKinnis—Delta Pi, Central Missouri State U. Karin Byers, Mary Pickens, Kelley Lynch—
Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylvania State U.
Julie Brining, Tammy Dunn, Connie Williams—
Gamma Delta, U. of South Alabama Wendy Ward, Diana Roper—Gamma Sigma,
Georgia State U.
Carolyn Welch, Kim Daisy, Sarah Jane Valter,
Annette Biek, Kathy Pergande—Iota, U. of
Illinois
Deb Emmert, Pat Hennessey-Iota Sigma, Iowa
State U.
Carmen Lewman—Kappa Kappa, Ball State U. Jennifer Thomas, Jennifer Sandridge, Katherine
Bres—Kappa Omicron, Rhodes Colege MichelleRohal,AmyFerguson, Rachel Hunter-
Kappa Pi, Ohio Northern U.
Cary Cunningham—Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia Jennifer Shores—Nu Beta, Ole Miss
Maxine Kijek, Kathy Montgomery, Tammy
Faulkner, Becky Wayland, Karen Nahigian, Eleanor Copeland, Ashley Scott, Suzanne Metzger—Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt U.
Amy Murchison—Omicron, U. of Tennessee Knoxville
Becca Walter—Theta, DePauw U.
Denise Stough, Maureen Marks, Shannon Sweet,
Aimee Carl—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo
Karin Byers Epsilon Alpha
Nu Beta
AsbJey Scott Nu Omicron Vanderbilt U.
aren Nahigian Nu Omicron /anderbilt I
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Liz Arlinghaus, Sarah Barlage, Michele Barton, Barbara Busch, Sheila Cahill, Coleen Cahill, Angie Diebold, Christine Schneider, Sharon Schneider, Sharon Shroeder, Amy Oehler, Cheryl Ralenkotter, Amy Lindeman, Anne Marie Mielech—Alpha Beta Tau, Thomas More College
Janice Albert, Lynn Baker, Debbie Dobernic, Michelle Foradori, Tami Meredith, Amy Roberson, Angie Smith, Cheryl Smith—Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U.
Sandra Chung, Tracy Marlowe, Sharon Thomason, Rhonda Whatley—Alpha Delta, U. of Alabama She Hallberg, Coleen O'Neill, Jodi Newton, Erin
Byrne, Barbie Albert, Laurie Mitten, Lisa Stachofsky, Michelle Frazier, Nancy Terry, Barbara Rasmussen —Alpha Gamma, Washington State U.
Karrie Simic, Colly McGowan, Karrie Sherich, Jami Hould —Alpha Phi, Montana State U. Debbi Dahling— Alpha Rho, Oregon State U.
Lori Dedobbelaere, Lena Mohajerin, Denise Barsby—Alpha Sigma, U. of Oregon
Cathy Brennan, Kathy Nelson, Dee Groom, Lisa Setlak—Beta Lambda, Illinois Wesleyan
Colleen Coleman, Katy Wilson, Kathy Silvey, Debora Scheenstra, Amy Crews, Heidi Haugen —Chi Alpha, U. of California Davis
Jenny Wilson—Chi Delta, U. of Colorado Boulder Jean Requa, Lora Spangler, Tricia Tobiasz, Micha
Seto—Delta Chi, U. of Delaware
Suzy Baker, Donna Barclay, Anita Blackwell,
Aleisa Blackwell, Cara Maglione, Tara Mienert, Millie Thomas, Adrienne Wyman—Delta Delta, Auburn U.
Laurie Lovett, Kimberly Oles, Sherri Brigham, Lisa Chaney, Cathy Davenport, Amy McCage— Delta Omega, Murray State U.
Jana McKinnis, Sue Ecoff, Lori Dutoit, Sabrina Dill, Susan Bachali, Kim Knoche, Susan Stacy— Delta Pi, Central Missouri State U.
Jan Klinger, Veda Jovanovich, Pam Babinchek, Bonnie Miller, Barbara Hen ken, Jody Schneider, Sue Sekella, Wendy Haber—Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylvania State U.
Stacie Ramsay, Katie Hoffmann, Karen Smith, Patty Peace, Pearl Littlefield, Karen Roy, Denise Pelletier, Tammy Collins—Gamma, U. of Maine Orono
Julie Brining, Dana Bradley, Connie Williams, Jolie Ellington, Tammy Dunn, Cheryl Varnado, Susan Gordon, Diane Ellis, Tammy Woeste, Mahaska Skelton—Gamma Delta, U. of S. Alabama
Traci Cheek, Cindy Nelson, Beth Whelchel— Gamma Sigma, Georgia State U.
Julianne Mello, Karen Citarella—Gamma Upsilon, St. Leo College
Lis Schaefer, Pat Hennessey, Carla Grell, Pam Fenning—Iota Sigma, Iowa State U.
Carrie Kunde, Kathy Tourville, Nancy Caviness, Jane Knickerbocker—Kappa Gamma, Fiordia Southern College
Carla Bochenek, Mary Klein, Missy Hensley, Kelly Betancourt, Kristy Resler, Kelly McAndrews, Shelly Gerbers, Jennifer Phillips, Rhonda Hale, Karen Gartland, Denise Boberg, Gina Felts, Lee McKown, Jennifer Sanders, Jennifer Hill—Kappa Kappa, Ball State U .
Jennifer Ballard—Kappa Omega, U. of Kentucky Marianne Blackwell, Terri Wilhite Johnson,
Elizabeth Gibson, Beth Jennings, Marguerite Wiese, Michelle Wilkins, Lisa McClelland, Rosa Wang—Kappa Omicron, Rhodes College
Kristy Mitchell Kappa Tau Southeastern
ouisiana State U.
Joanna Dykema, Cindy Huber, Stacy Zammarelli, Michelle Rohal, Kim Confer, Karen Smith, Shawne Geyer, Cheryl Mumma, Rachel Hunter, Karen Suchanek—Kappa Pi, Ohio Northern U.
Lisa Fife, Christy Leopoldus, Krisy Mitchell, Beth Sita, Lauren Zeller—Kappa Tau, Southeastern Louisiana U.
Kim Bowen, Ann Phillips, Allison McCoy, Jennifer Twiggs, Melanie Dodson, Anita Senecal, Laura Culpepper, Christy Callahan, Gayla Green, Vicki Doss, Lynn Whitley, Amy Smith, Melanie Faith, Julie Roberts, Amanda Cox, Stephanie Stoneking, Celeste Kenney, Lynn McCord— Lambda Chi, LaGrange College
Karen Holman, Laurie Arnold, Patti McCrary, Cristie Pierce, Wendy Waller, Teri Bailey, Allison Block, Megan Brogan, Vicki Brady, lill Davis, Donna Hasty, Kelly Slade, Stephanie Walsh—Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia
Marina Longenecker, Ellen Krupat, Tracey Rice— Lambda Upsilon, Lehigh U.
Lisa Vance, Karen Waggle, Shari Wallace, Chris Walth, Lisa Westplah, Suzy Baker, Beth Baur, Francie Bizios, Marianne Brinkman, Leslie Caulfield, Cathy Chaney, Jenny Crook, Peggy Derosa, Reggi Diuius, Nancy Feucht, Lisa Hampshire, Sally Howe, Mary Beth Hutton, Teresa lmbus, Lisa Imming, Cindy Jones, Joann Manning, Chrissy Mautz, Gayle Meyer, Kathy Movisitt, Mimi Rasor, Kirsten Rehnie, Lyn Schollett, Chris Sellman, Wendy Sherman, Renee Surak, Darla Trott, Mary Turner— Omega, Miami U.
Andrea Crumby, Laura Brook, Jeannie Lee, Lane Hartman, Cathy Jackson, Marian David, Suzzane Cloyd, Jennifer Stokes—Omega Omicron, Lambuth College
Jeanne Milostan, Heidi Crick, Johanna Soet, Judy Kettenstock, Linda Robinson, Betsy Westover—Omicron Pi, U. of Michigan
Diane Mesaritz, Linda Gasior, Donna Hughes, Christa Lepore, Lisa Knoble—Phi Beta, East Stroudsburg U.
Robin Moore, Dana Todd—Pi Alpha, U. of Louisville
Pamela Allen, Mary Hughes, Andrea Silverstein, Mindy Kaplan, Lisa Sindler, Debbie Rotenberg, Stephanie Hirsch—Pi Delta, U. of Maryland
Linda Spence, Kathleen Brock, Jennifer Hooper— Rho Omicron, Middle Tennessee State U. Sandy Robinson—Sigma Omicron, Arkansas
State U.
Christine Barth, Gina Brown, Cathy Cogswell,
Dana Michaels —Sigma Phi, California State
U. Northridge
Stephanie Paine, A m y Best, Allison MacDougall,
Nancy Critter, Lauir Shrock, Marjie Meeks, LuAnne Stanley, Robin Clark, Jennifer Beaulieu, Angie Arihood, Tara Kemp—Theta, DePauw U.
Beta Quade, Sharon Scuth—Theta Chi, Morningside
Susan Kahon—Theta Omega, N. Arizona U. Laura Koppert, Renee Margol, Denise Stough,
Cindy Francis, Elaine Margol, Shannon Sweet—
Theta Psi, U. of Toledo
Susan Kelly—Upsilon Lambda, U. of Texas
San Antonio
Michelle Childress, Beth Baker—Zeta Pi Colony,
U. of Alabama Birmingham
Dean s List
m
Karen Roy Gamma
J. of Maine Orono
IJenise 1 Gamma
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Pearl Littlefield Gamma
. of Maine Orono


Phi Kappa Phi
Julie McKay, Erin Byrne—Alpha Gamma, Washington State U.
Toni Terling, Anita Blackwell—Delta Delta, Auburn U.
Connie Williams, Julie Brining—Gamma Delta, U. of South Alabama
Lisa Fife, Beth Sita, Lauren Zeller—Kappa Tau, Southeastern Louisiana U.
Tammy Burge—Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia Theresa Shields—Rho Beta Colony, Virginia
Commonwealth
Susan Kahon—Theta Omega, Northern Arizona U. Laura Koppert—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo
Tami St. Clair—Zeta Pi Colony, U. of Alabama
Birmingham
Kappa Tau Southeastern Louisiana State U.
Alpha Lambda Delta
Alicia Adcock, Sandra Chung, Kim Townsend— Alpha Delta, U . of Alabama
Karrie Simic, Jami Hould, Carolyn Walker— Alpha Phi, Montana State U.
Dana Dawson, Christi Bass, Sandy Butler, Lila Asnani—Alpha Rho, Oregon
State U.
Leigh Hix, Anita Blackwell, Cara Maglione, Janet Holder, Aleisa Blackwell, Lisa French, Karen Goggans—Delta Delta, Auburn U.
Karen Griggs, Carrie Weidner—Delta Theta, Texas Women's U.
Nancy Penrod—Epsilon Alpha, Pennyslvania State U. Stacie Ramsey—Gamma, U. of Maine Orono Julie Brining, Dana Bradley, Connie Williams,
Cheryl Varnado, Lis Eatman—Gamma Delta,
U. of South Alabama
Cindy Nelson—Gamma Sigma, Georgia State U. Angela Anderson, Cathy Cederberg, Lisa Ligon,
Dawn Pankey, Cherie Green, Sarah Jane Valter, Heather Russell, Jossie Spelman, Julie Tompson, Laurie Wittlich, Beth Stumpf, Mary Pat Burke, Cheryl Grubb, Ann Lohmeier, Kelly Rosenbolm Janet Bozec, Kim Palmiter, Joan Schlevensky, Michelle W olter, Laura Schlevensky, Lisa Goldman, Lisa Taylor—Iota, U. of Illinois
Kristy Resler—Kappa Kappa, Ball State U. Susan Meshako, Jennifer Ballard—Kappa
Omega, U. of Kentucky
Karen Smith, Shawne Geyer, Joanna Dykema,
Michelle Rohal, Karen Downing, Lisa Wi
Hensoldner—Kappa Pi, Ohio Northern U. Wendy Waller, Patti McCrary—Lambda Sigma,
U. of Georgia
Holly Brown, Regina Diulus, Tracy Kroeger,
Kirsten Rennie, Wendy Klotsche, Mimi Rosor—
Omega, Miami University
Maria Mayer, Beth Sherwood, Katie Hemmeter,
Carolyn Sells, Shannon Gibby, Lisa Fischer—
Omicron, University of Tennessee Knoxville Amy Jenkins, Jill Ritter, Sandy Robinson, Fayeth Williams—Sigma Omicron, Arkansas State U.
Amy Best, Jennifer Beaulieu, Kathy Bofinger— Theta, DePauw U.
Tanya Natsoulas—Theta Psi, U. of Toledo Sue Halvorson, Jennifer Phillip—Zeta, U, of
Nebraska Lincoln
Tami St. Clair, Lori St. Clair, Kris Williams—
Zeta Pi Colony, U. of Alabama Birmingham
Scholastic Honoraries|
I Phi Beta Kappa
Genny Carter, Liz Pennington—Delta Upsilon, Duke U.
Veda Jovanovich—Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylvania State U.
Terri Wilhite Johnson—Kappa Omicron, Rhodes College
Kathy Montgomery, Kee Kee Brazzel, Kim Woods—Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt U.
Peg Derosa—Omega, Miami U.
Ronni Heyman, Tricia Adams—Gamma Omicron,
Patricia Pease Gamma
U. of Maine Orono
Stacie Ramsay Gamma
U. of Maine Orono
Kelly McLaughlin Nu Beta
enny Carter Delta Upsilon
Duke U.
U, of Florida
Ole Miss.
Straight AAA's
Betsy Davis, Beth Neathamer— Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U.
Sandra Chung—Alpha Delta, U. of Alabama • • • • Laurie Mitten, Nancy Terry—Alpha Gamma,
Washington State U.
Vicki Sherick, Suzy Rawlings—Alpha Phi,
Montana State U-
Sandy Butler—Alpha Rho, Oregon State U. Kathy Silvey, Katy Wilson—Chi Alpha, U. of
California Davis
Laurie Lovett, Lisa Chaney, Michele Simmons—
Delta Omega, Murray State U.
Kim Knoche, Susan Stacy, Susan Bachali—
Delta Pi, Central Missouri State U. Suzanne Duryea, Sharon Hendricks, Liz Pennington—Delta Upsilon, Duke U.
Patty Pease, Stacie Ramsay—Gamma, U.of Maine Orono
Dana Bradley, Julie Brining, Connie Williams, Jolie Ellington—Gamma Delta, U. of
South Alabama
Traci Cheek—Gamma Sigma, Georgia State U. Melinda Grant, Cheryl Grubb, Karen Holba,
Kelly Rosenbohm, Heather Russell, Jossie
Spelman—Iota, U. of Illinois
Pam Fenning, Lisa Schaefer—Iota Sigma, Iowa
State U.
Joanna Dykema—Kappa Pi, Ohio Northern U Beth Sita—Kappa Tau, Southeastern
Louisiana U .
Kim Bowen, Melanie Dodson, Jennifer Twiggs,
Laura Culpepper, Christy Callahon, Amy Smith, Melanie Faith—Lambda Chi, LaGrange College
Allison Craven, Michelle Hodges, Jessica Arce, KeHi Elder, Lisa Lowe, Dedee Walker, Julie Ward—Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia
Kim Sams, Jennifer Shores, Kelly McLaughlin— Nu Beta, Ole Miss
Leslie Caulfield, Regina Diulua, Lisa Hampshire, Cindy Jones, Kathy Modesitt, Mimi Rasor, Lyn Schollett, Karen Waggle, Chris Walth—Omega, Miami U.
Katie Hemmter—Omicron, U.of Tennessee Knoxville
Beth Prichard, Marshal Tidwell, Susan Smith, Connie Carroll—Rho Omicron, Middle Tennessee State U.
Elisa Masterson—Sigma Omicron, Arkansas State U.
Cathy Cogswell—Sigma Phi, California State U. Northridge
Nancy Gritter—Theta, DePauw U.
Tami St. Clair, Lori St. Clair—Zeta Pi Colony,
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Alpha Omicron Pi Alumnae
Best of the Best!
This information was compiled from Best of the Best entries sent in by alumnae chapter presidents and from miscellaneous materials submitted by alumnae throughout the country.
Julie Warren Martin
Julie Warren Martin works in a perpetual snow storm of marble dust. The white flakes coat every surface in her vast studio turning each object including an old car into unintentional Segal statues. A fulltime sculptor, Julie, a member of Omicron, received in 1965 the first Bachelor of Arts in sculpture granted by the University of Tennessee.
Julie's delicate blond beauty is obscured by an air mask as she attacks 18,000 pounds of Idaho Travertine. Her home is Knoxville, Tennessee, a world source of succulent Tennessee veined marble in pink, beige and gray. She is happy to show visitors the hidden beauty of rough stone by pouring water over its surface.
Her work is now at the Hirshhorn, the popular Smithsonian museum in Washington, D.C. with a park-like first floor. It is displayed in galleries, offices and homes including King's College, Ontario. A six foot abstract was a centerpiece at the 1982 World's Fair in Knoxville. A permanent piece is on the University of Tennessee campus.
She describes her work as "non-objective and very organic." Various reviews have likened Julie's very individual work to shapes by Arp, Moore or Hepworth. "Each stone has an almost translucent skin that is a tribute to Martin's art and skill... exciting the fingers to steal a touch from a generously curved surface," says one review.
Julie was a member of Omicron chapter and is presently a member of Knoxville Alumnae Chapter.
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Martha Wright Suter,
Residential Designer
Who hasn't looked at floor plans for homes and groaned at the built-in incon- veniences? Why don't women plan houses? A few do and one of them is Martha Wright Suter, Lafayette Indiana Alumnae.
She believes that good design is an integral part of how well a house works for a given family providing for efficient and stress-free living. "With proper zoning, several people can work or play without clashing with others involved in different activities. Too many of us are still hung up on rooms with names, each assigned a particular function, rather than areas that serve multiple uses. With a little imagination and planning, space and storage can be arranged to make a house many times more useful and livable," she says.
"Like beauty, good design is more than skin deep. A house that appears to be perfectly charming at first glance can be impossible to live in. A successful, well- designed house is one where you sense the people are really involved in being alive," she says. Working mostly with new residential structures but also with the remodeling of single family dwellings, Martha brings to her profession a unique combination of training and experience.
Georgia
DeClark,
Educator
Georgia DeClark took a bold step in her first grade class. She threw out traditional workbooks, worksheets and flash cards usually used to teach math. Ms. DeClark collaborated with Constance Kamii, a professor of education and one of the world's experts on Jean Paiget's theory. Together they set out to prove Paiget's theory that young children can not be "taught" arithmetic — they literally reinvent it or construct it from within. Using Paiget's theory as a basis, they designed and implemented a math curriculum consisting of games and situations in daily living. The theory was put to test in Ms. DeClark's classroom in Glen
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Martha Wright Suter
She graduated from Montana State University with a B.S. in Home Econo- mics and received a Master's Degree from Cornell University in Housing and Design with a minor in Agricultural Engineering. She was a member of Alpha Phi chapter. She started working for a builder in 1960, but soon went free-lance. She has worked with hundreds of clients in the past 25 years, some more than once, as one addition has led to another and each new house has led to a second one. The challenge of interpreting her clients' often conflict- ing desires and making dreams of bricks and mortar and 2" x 8"'s and 2" x 4*"s come true is both challenging and exciting. Who else has had the oppor-
Ellyn, Illinois. Results showed that children gained basic skills as success- fully as those who learned math by the traditional methods. However, a signifi- cant difference was noted in the way children thought about numbers. They showed an increased interest and understanding in math. They also exhibited high initiative and motivation to seek solutions to mathematical problems in their daily lives.
Georgia has lectured at many national as well as regional education conven- tions. She has presented seminars to teachers and administrators as well as to parents who just want to help their children with math.
Georgia is currently at home teaching math to twin daughters and a new baby boy, in addition to her consulting job. While in college she was a member of Sigma Iota, W estern Illinois. Presently she is a member of Chicago West Suburban Alumnae.
tunity to "build" 10 or so new homes every year for a lifetime career?
Martha, her husband, and their two children have built their own house starting with a basic structure in 1962. It has now grown to encompass an office for her, an office for her husband, an indoor swimming pool, and most recently an office for the computer. Y ou might think it has grown like Topsy; but no, it's been well designed. The Suter children, Terri and Thad, have long since left home for their own profes- sions, but the house for two is just as much fun as it was for the family of four. It's a place to work, a place to play, and a place to enjoy. What a business! What a career!
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Marie WrobleskiFedon, Store Owner
before country was in.) On opening day we had lots of wooden spoons, a few pretty serving pieces and a modest selec- tion of stitchery kits. The profit we made went back into purchasing more stock. We grew with the gourmet and stitchery trend that began in the early 70's.
After five years both partners moved from the area because their husbands accepted jobs at other universities. I was able to buy their share of the business which has now developed into a large complete cookware and gift shop with a separate room for stitchery. I employ a manager and two other salespeople. Evening cooking and stitchery classes are given in the shop. Since 1978 I have been publishing a newsletter ten times a year. "Things Worth Knowing" is mailed to over 3700 customers throughout the United States. It contains a cover story (related to food trends, entertaining or my personal experiences), a schedule of future classes, new products available in the shop and a wonderful recipe.
Over the years other shops have opened in the village square, buildings have been painted and restored and Boalsburg has become a quaint, attrac- tive place to shop and visit. In the mean- time my family has grown to include four sons-in-law and two grandchildren. My youngest daughter, an Epsilon Alpha too, just graduated from Penn State.
What new challenges await me? Where do Igo from here ? Only time will tell.
Today's young women face the dilem- ma of choosing a career, versus raising a family. Many of them put off having children until they've had their career. As I look back over the years since I graduated from Penn State University in 1950, Epsilon Alpha chapter, every- thing fell into place without the frustra- tion of having to make a choice between one or the other. My degree was in education and one of my goals was to acquire a permanent teaching credential which required three years of teaching. My first job was near PSU campus so it was convenient to earn my Masters Degree by taking night classes. I married in 1952 and started a family just six months after finishing my third year of teaching.
Five daughters and 16 years later, two friends and I decided to start a retail business. We figured that three of us could not only share the investment but also time spent at the shop. In this way we wouldn't be away from our families every day. We all agreed that our families came first.
We wanted to open an interesting shop with merchandise that was not available in our area. We chose an 1800 country store in an undeveloped village square four miles from PSU as our site. We named our business "The Country Sampler." (In 1969, we were "country"
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Jo Ann Bohn Gibbons, Award WinningVolunteer
At the Twenty-third Anniversary celebration of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity at Indiana State University in April, Jo Ann Bohn Gibbons, Kappa Alpha's Chapter Adviser, was presented the first President's Service Award. The award was created to honor an indivi- dual fordistinguished service, outstand- ing contributions,support and advice to programs and activities of Zeta Omicron chapter. Since 1976, the year her son Kraig affiliated with the frater- nity, Jo Ann has worked with the chapter in conjunction with Alpha Omicron Pi on award winning campus projects and three prize entries in the "500" Festival Parade in Indianapolis.
fraternity opened up another unique avenue of interest for the Gibbons family. N o w float decorating is not just at ISU, but is in Pasadena, California where Kraig is a float designer for the "Tournament of Roses Parade." Jo Ann and her family have spent the week after Christmas applying flowers to the top winners (including Sweepstakes) in the New Year's Day Parade for the past three years. Of the seven designs Kraig had in the parade in 1986, three were trophy winners. Jo Ann encourages any- one in the area to be a volunteer worker, just for a day. "Viewing this extravaganza in person is the only way to truly appreciate the detail," reports Jo Ann.
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Annabell Kennedy, Aerobics for Golden Girls
Shirley Ludington, Pharmacist-Pilot
In 1968, Shirley Ludington received an emergency call from Syracuse Univer- sity Health Service. They needed a pharmacist. She agreed to work one day a week until they found a permanent one. Y ou guessed it—she is still there. Through the years, she has guided the pharmacy from the time physicians dis- pensed medications in little white envelopes to the present computer age where 150 prescriptions are filled daily and the computer prints labels and adjusts the inventory with each pre- scription. She became supervisor of the pharmacy in 1985.
Shirley recalls that 1970 became a very important year inher lifewhen her husband, Ramsey, purchased a single engine aircraft—a Cessna 172. She just planned to take enough lessons to "know how to fly straight and level and maybe land" but— she discovered that she LOVED flying and went on to obtain her private pilot license, then later instrument rating also.
Her daughter, Marion, is an AOI1 and her son, Spencer, is in law school. They are a "flying family." Marion pledged Omicron Pi (as did mother Shirley) at University of Michigan and is presently a member of Syracuse Alumnae.
Shirley is active in flying groups, past Chairman of the Central New York Ninety-Nines (International Organiza- tion of Licensed W omen Pilots), and is currently Treasurer-elect for the New York-New Jersey section of the Ninety- Nines. She advises anyone who has a chance to go up in a small plane and enjoy the freedom of flight. "To do so, is an experience you will always treasure," she says.
Annabell Kennedy
"We're the last of the fit Americans," declares Annabell Kennedy as she opens her exercise class. Annabell is looking out at a couple of dozen vintage faces, most wearing their years in a glow of health, at Berwyn Senior Citizens Center in Dearborn Heights, Michigan.
Annabell, 65, warms up the class with an arm action that resembles swimming strokes and follows that with shallow knee bends and jogging in place. The group moves on to more vigorous calisthenics, sometimes wielding wooden dowels to get an extra back stretch or Frisbees to accentuate arm swings. There's also floor work to tone up legs and strengthen backs.
To raise heart rates, there are fast walking variations—forward, backward, sideways, pigeon-toes—done to invigorating recorded music.
"Move it out!" Annabell urges. "Y ou will feel young if your stride is long." The class concludes with a slow, relax- ing cooldown—and a few groans from the students.
Annabell, a forthright woman with short, wavy hair and boundless energy, is not surprised by all of the positive comments from her students. She's been something of a crusader for senior fitness in Dearborn Heights for a dozen years. "After they retire, a lot of people sit around too much," she says. "They need this. And the classes are good for socializing, too."
Annabell, who is affiliated with Southfield's Fitness Factory, teaches 10 classes a week at nearby churches and community centers and at Henry Ford Community College, including a men-
only class. "Men like these classes, but they get intimidated if a class has mostly women," she explains.
Exercise has been important to Annabell all of her adult life. A mother of four and grandmother of three, she has taught physical education and was a coach.
Annabell never stops crusading for fitness at all ages. She works with the Ford Motor Co. pre-retirement program, urging prospective retirees to take up exercise—"It's amazing how many of them say they do no exercise at all." And 2 1/2 years ago she traveled to the Soviet Union and China with a group of gerontologists (specialists in aging) to find out what it's like to grow old in those countries.
"When I tell my classes that old people in China are up at 5:30 a.m. doing Tai Chi and that they walk or ride bikes everywhere, it blows their minds," she says with a chuckle. "They want to know what time the Chinese go to bed if they get up so early. I tell them they go to bed at a normal time, but they take a siesta at 1 p.m. That's something we should do here. And the Chinese diet is better—less meat and a lot of vegetables.
"The elderly in China seem contented. They don't have a lot of material things like cars and clothes dryers, but the family structure is strong. They baby- sit their grandchildren. They are con- sulted. They feel needed."
Annabell didn't have to go to China to know what that's like.
Annabell pledged Beta Gamma chapter, and is a member of the Dearborn Alumnae Chapter.
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PeggyOrr, Store Owner
Peggy Orr, Omicron '52, had never dreamed o f becoming a business woman. When her husband Andy was released from the Service in 1954 they moved t o Tulsa, Oklahoma where h e enrolled intheSchool ofGeologyat Tulsa University. Peggy already had her degree i n Home Economics from t h e University of Tennessee and after a few temporary jobs she was hired to teach in the Home Economics Department a t Tulsa University.
The oil business was in the doldrums when Andy graduated in 1958, and the first few years were difficult for Peggy who now had two tiny sons and found herself i n th e Venezuelan jungle with no English speaking neighbors, iguanas in the front yard and frogs jumping out of her toilet!
This first job ended in 1960 when the Venezuelan government nationalized the oil business, but Andy's career now took off and by 1967 they returned to Tulsa.
Three growing children, sewing, gardening, serving consecutively a s president o f a garden club, Tulsa Alumnae Chapter o f AOH, and A O n Board member f o r Tulsa Alumnae Panhellenic kept Peggy t h e proverbial busy suburban housewife. Then, on a
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had a massive stroke. Doctors held out little hope for his recovery. Peg organized some members from their church who for six months came to their home to give therapy to Andy to supple- ment the program a t the hospital which went on for 1 1/2 years.
Andy's disability insurance was help- ful, but Peggy knew she needed a better income. Older son Drew was now working at a photo lab and they discussed going into business together! At 53 years of age Peg decided to take the big step forward. She and Drew traveled t o Dallas for classes in photo finishing, and on her return home she sought out a loan in her own name. She chuckles when she recalls that it was a 25 year loan to a 53 year old woman; "They must have had faith in me," she says.
Even though Tulsa now had a depress- ed economy due again to the oil industry, they opened a shop in a new but grow- ing neighborhood in south Tulsa, never received a bad check, and from the first met a l l their bills. Long hours were necessary, and family members had to help, especially when Peggy was down for six weeks with back surgery. It was a strengthening experience for all of the family, says Peggy. She handles all the bookkeeping, taxes, accounting a n d some o f t h e photo processing herself and is very optimistic. "Two years ago we started as a one hour photo store and today we are a custom lab with another full time employee," she says. She still works th e long hours as competition amongst photo stores in Tulsa is fierce but her satisfied customers keep coming back. She has earned their good will.
Ann Harsh Linebaugh, Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt, has had the opportunity t o live out a dream of recording a way of life that has been handed down to Ten- nesseans through the years. In a state sponsored "Homecoming '86" project, in which all communities are called upon to celebrate their heritage i n 1986, A n n will represent h e r community o f Brentwood, Tennessee, just outside Nashville. A n n has completed a series of oil paintings depicting hercommunity which she has entitled "Heritage Oils". She was commissioned b y t h e city of Brentwood as a prominent local artist who has been represented in numerous art exhibits and has won several awards for h e r work. S h e is currently repre- sented in several university, private and corporate collections.
"The purpose of 'Homecoming '86' is to make people appreciate their community and to preserve it for future generations," Linebaugh said. " I have been interested i n doing this kind o f project for a long time, but I realize that nothing stays th e same forever - and that's the reason for my interest. I hope this event will help all of u s remember what has been handed down to us so we can be good stewards to those who come after us."
Ann feels strongly that the past should stay with us. It's just like AOn. "It doesn't matter how long it's been since seeing a sister last - it's like getting back together with a long lost cousin. I cherish my AOn friends and wouldn't take a million dollars for them," she said.
The "Heritage Oils" include 17 large paintings o f various schools, stores, churches, homes and cemetaries. They will b e rotating throughout Nashville during 1986.
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Sharon Hide Hamil, Educator
Mildred Frazee Allen,
V olunteer
Mildred Frazee Allen, a member of Alpha Omicron Piformore than 50 years, is a sterling example of a person commit- ted to her community and to AOII.
Mildred, a Beta Phi, is currently a member of the Indianapolis Alumnae. She has served that group as president and most recently was publicity chair- man and To Dragma reporter. Mildred's fund raising efforts alone comprise a substantial portion of the money raised by Indianapolis each year.
Mildred's activities are not limited to helping AOII. Her many other volunteer hours are spread among the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Indianapolis Symphony Women's Committee, the Indianapolis Ballet Theatre Society, the Indianapolis Civic Theatre, the Indiana Cystic Foundation, the Breath of Life Guild, the Riley Children's Hospital Cheer Guild, the Indiana University Women's Club, the Cathedral Arts Society which is currently sponsoring the return of the International Violin Competition to Indianapolis, and the Indianapolis Mortar Board Alumni for which she has served as vice president and program chairman.
Sharon Hide Hamil, a long-time resi- dent of Kansas, has been influential in the education of Kansas students for 25 years. After receiving her Bachelors of Education degree from the University of Kansas in 1961, she began her career teaching unified studies in an area junior high school. Shortly thereafter, she enhanced her teaching goals by receiving a Masters of Education degree in 1964, again from K U . Sharon then expanded into becoming a consultant for new teachers in unified studies i.e. english and history and later worked on curriculum development in the area of environmental education.
After 24 years as a teacher, 1986 has been her first year in a role outside the classroom. Her influence remains, however, in her new challenge of assis- tant to the Associate Superintendent for Instruction in the Shawnee Mission, Kansas, school district. Sharon now faces the career responsibilities of a resource teacher for program develop- ment involving work with primary as well as secondary education.
Sharon's personal life has been as important in educating Kansas adults as her professional life has been in educat- ing Kansas children. Her marriage to Jim Hamil, an artist primarily of water- color landscapes, has opened up new opportunities for Sharon to utilize her knowledge and expertise. Together,
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they published a book entitled "Return To Kansas." The book is a collection of landscape paintings which includes historic sites and points of interest in the state of Kansas. The text of this book which narrates the history behind each of the watercolor paintings, was written by Sharon. Their success has lead to future plans of publications on other midwest states.
Sharon's dedication and service to the state of Kansas has made us all proud to say that AOII is a part of her today. She pledged Phi at the University of Kansas and is a member of the Greater Kansas City Alumnae Chapter.
Margaret Hermes Bulmer, Teacher of the Handicapped
Improving the quality of life and ex- periences for mentally handicapped in- dividuals and motivating and guiding teachers to perform effectively are Margaret Hermes Bulmer's, Omega '71, main goals as a supervisorat the Hissom Memorial Center School. Margaret is employed by the Sand Springs Public Schools near Tulsa, OK and is assigned to the Hissom School which is a part of the Hissom Memorial Center, one of Oklahoma's three state institutions serving the mentally handicapped.
Margaret received B.S. and M.A. degrees in special education from the University of Tulsa after attending Miami of Ohio for two years. She has worked in the field of special education for eleven years teaching mentally handicapped students for four years and supervising teachers and para- professionals for six and a half years.
Margaret was one of the co-founders of an innovative program called the
Work Skills Development Program. The program has been in operation at Hissom for four years and was developed to teach mentally handicapped students work skills and work behaviors in an educational setting. The curriculum prepares students for successful place- ment and more formalized training in a sheltered workshop vocational training program. As one of the training assign- ments, the students have assembled newsletters for the Northeastern Oklahoma Arthritis Foundation.
Special Olympics, overnight camp- outs, field trips in the community, as well as playing Dorothy and Jiminy Crickett in staff productions of "The Wizard of Oz" and "Pinocchio" are additional "duties" of being a super- visor. Margaret is presently helping to publish the first school yearbook in the Hissom School's 22 year history.
Margaret is married and has one small son. She is a member of Tulsa Alumnae.
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Lorraine Lunt Godfrey, Educator
Lorraine Lunt Godfrey, Mrs. William S. Ill, Sigma 1938, recently retired from full time college teaching, but continues to travel throughout the nation and England to promote the improvement of the teaching of reading.
As a demonstration teacher at San Francisco State, Lorraine worked with both children and prospective elemen- tary teachers. Her students now teach throughout the world. While traveling to the mountians of Thailand she was initiated into the local tribe by a former student.
A continuing theme in her career has been to individualize learning. She be- lieves that individual needs vary and that children learn in different ways. She is the author of several books including "Our Flag, History and Customs."
The state of California has recognized her expertise by asking her to serve on curriculum and materials evaluation com- mittees from 1968-1983. She has seen many changes in text books including the redefinition of the roles of women as por- trayed in both words and pictures.
For 15 years in San Francisco and since 1972 in Menlo Park, California, Lorraine has been active in AOIT. She is past Palo Alto Alumnae secretary and is currently Panhellenic delegate.
Sara M. Larch, President AMGO
Bertie Lee Gargas Stewart, Artist
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Cynthia Sidner, Virginia Tidewater Alumnae Chapter, came up with the idea for the chapter to sponsor a "Run for the Roses" as a philanthropic effort. Since its inception in 1984, Cynthia has been Chairperson of the Run. Since 1977 Cynthia has been the chapter's repre- sentative. Since moving to Virginia, Cynthia has been on the Tidewater Branch Board of Directors of the Arthritis Foundation in 1984, '85, and '86, as well as being PublicInformation & Education Chairman for the Board in 1984 and '85 when she set up Health Fairs, speaking engagements, and new programs for spreading the news about
arthritis and the fight against it.
Roberta Gaines, Alpha Pi, Montana State, has graduated as the first woman in the 100-year history of South Dakota School of Mines and Technology to receive a Ph.D.
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Northeast Arkansas Cultural A rt Center, located in Jonesboro. This exhibits local artistic talents.
Pursuing her painting she has receiv- ed many blue ribbons at various exhibits including Watson's A rt Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee; Missouri Delta County Fair; Northeast Arkansas District Fair; Jonesboro-Craighead County Public Library; the "Arts for Arthritis" a local charity bazaar sponsored by the Jonesboro Alumnae Chapter and others. Her work has made far-reaching impressions. Her latest invitation to display her work came from the Great River Road Art Exhibit, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Along with her civic duties and her church work, Bertie Lee finds time to read and an occasional game of bridge. However, it is a familiar sight to see her with her fishing pole and hat heading for a day at the lake where Mother Nature gives her subjects for her work.
Sara M . Larch, Omega, University, an OB/GYN Administrator at Indiana University Medical Center, has been elected President of the Association of Managers of Gynecology and Obstetrics (AMGO). AMGO is a national organization formed to promote interaction and communica- tion between managers in medical schools throughout the U.S. and Canada. Sara has been an AMGO member for four years and has served on several Program Committees, the Membership Committee as well as held the position of Newsletter Editor and Vice President. She will take office this fall at their annual meeting.
During her college years, Sara was Omega's President in 1977-78.
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Bertie Lee Gargas Stewart, Jonesboro Arkansas alumna is best known for her creativity and a talent she discovered she had, developing it into a successful and profitable painting career.
A native of Kennett, Missouri, she entered the University of Southeast Missouri enrolling in the College of Education with the intent of becoming a teacher. While at the university she pledged Sigma O m i c r o n c h a p te r . Although she always had an interest and apprecition of the arts, it was while she was in college that her interests turned to the arts. First, she did ceramics; this led to her first love, oil painting; then to pastels.
Bertie Lee and several other local women interested in the appreciation of the Fine Arts were the original sponsors of the Fine Arts Division of the Forum, a


Nancy Evans, degree in museum education and do this Program Developer sort of thing for a living. I tried unsuccessfully for two years to get into a school that offered a museum education studies program but was determined to work in a museum and hopefully in museum education. I had been told by all the museum professionals that I had spoken with that the best way to secure a position in a museum was to get experience. While a full-time graduate student I volunteered at the Mather Museum of Anthropology, History, and Folklore at Indiana University and took all the museum studies courses I could. The summer of 1983 I tried to find an intern- ship in museum education and again returned to Field Museum hoping that such an opportunity would be open to me. During an interview with the chair of the Department of Education, I was told that they did not offer internships, that the money was notavailable. I said I wanted the experience and would work in the department without pay. How could she turn down an offer like that? I spent 4 months working in the depart- ment with the program developers planning and implementing the Museum's Summer Fun program, a series of 70-80 children's workshops. When I returned to Indiana in the fall of 1983, I had a graduate assistantship at the Mather Museum. When my course work was finished in the spring of 1984, I was asked to return to Field Museum, this time as a full-time program developer. The internship certainly
Barbara McClure, Program Director
Barbara McClure's, Chi Lambda, Syracuse Alumnae, newest work experience is directing the Family Support Program at the Margaret L. Williams Developmental Evaluation Center. One of the new infant mental health centers, this program is directed at assessing the socioemotional func- tioning of young children aged 0 -3 and, if necessary, treating them and their parents to prevent future difficulties for the infant. The Developmental Evalua- tion Center focuses on treating young children and parents with developmen- tal disabilities, but will also treat others, for example, those who are chronically ill or whose parents have been abusive to their older children.
Barbara is also Director of Counseling Services for LeMoyne College, a four- year, liberal arts college with 1800 stu- dents, and with her private practice, sees adults who need therapy. Her Ph. D. de- gree in psychology was granted in 1977.
Carole Ringer, Symphony Manager
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Carole Merrick Ringer, Rho, has served in several capacities with the Bloomington-Normal Symphony Society, and since 1979 has beengeneral manager of the symphony. She was a recent recipient of Sigma Alpha Iota's Rose of Honor for service to the field of music. She has served her church in capacities too numerous to mention, but the music comes through as her voice is always heard in the choir.
Another of Carole's priorities has been the Bloomington, II., school system. After 16 years of serving in many volunteer positions at the elementary, juniorhigh, and high shcool levels, she took a big step and in November 1985 ran for and was elected to the Board of Education.
Field Museum
From the time that I was in grade school, I have been interested in archae- ology. M y first attraction to archaeology came via dinosaurs and geology. I was fascinated how scientists could discover such amazing things about history and prehistory buried beneath the soil. A t this same time my grandfather gave me a large bucket of rocks, fossils and arrowheads which he had collected for many years. From that point on I was hooked. All my major projects and papers during my grade school years were on archaeology or some related topic. M y eighth grade science project was a scale model of Stonehenge with an accompanying paper on how it was probably used astronomically.
When it came time for college there was no doubt in my mind that I was going to study anthropology and become an archaeologist. I studied anthropology at Northern Illinois University all four years, where I pledged N u Iota chapter. While most undergrads change their major several times, I never swayed. I did have doubts about archaeology, though. Every class that I took in anthropology introduced a new topic with which I became immediately enchanted, be it physical anthropology or ethnology. To this day I have difficulty pinning myself down to one area of interest. The more I learn the more choices I have.
paid-off.
As a program developer 1 work with the other developers in the department to develop and implement exhibit- related programs for the general public, such as our children's workshops, lec- tures, film series, and festival days (i.e. Dinosaur Days, Animal Antics). In addi- tion I have been the program director for a summer anthropology program for high school students.
Currently I am the project coordina- tor for an Ethnic and Folk Arts Museums Network. This project was started to provide ethnic and folk arts museums in the Chicago-area with information that will help them to better administer their museums and to care for their collections.
Working in museum education is my niche. It provides a challenge and the chance to work with a variety of interesting people from all over the world. Variety is the key word. No two days are the same. There is never a chance to become bored. In addition I have the opportunity to share my excite- ment about anthropology and human cultures around the world with children of all ages. I love it!
When I graduated from NIU in 3 975,1 knew that it would be nearly impossible for anyone with a B.A. in anthropology to find a paying job in the field. 1 jumped at the first job that came along which was in the accounting department at a TV station in my hometown, Peoria, IL. After three years at that position I realized that I really wanted to get back into anthropology full-time. During my three years in Peoria, I spent my sum- mer vacations on archaeological digs, the only field experience I was able to get as I had to work summers during school to pay for the following year. It did satisfy my appetite for archaeology but only for a .while. So I applied to graduate school at the University of Illinois-Chicago where I could work on my degree part-time while supporting myself at a full-time job in television. After moving to Chicago, I contacted the Field Museum of Natural History to see if they had a need for volunteers. Indeed they did. While a volunteer I learned that it was possible to get a
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Judy Moyer, Cookbook Author
As a result of having a son with multiple food allergies I chose to compile a cook book and "how to" book for others who are faced with the challenge of caring for an allergic child. The book includes menu suggestions for break- fast, lunch, dinner, and snacks; recipes for corn-free, egg-free, milk-free, and wheat-free cooking; and a nutrient analysis with each recipe. The nutrient analysis was developed with the help of the University of Massachusetts nutri- ent data bank in Amherst, Massachu- setts. Also included is advice on how to help kids with awkward situations such as how to prepare for school birthday parties, backyard barbecues, last- minute get-togethers, sleepovers, and other social occasions. The book provides information about what to look for when reading labels, what foods may have hidden ingredients, and how to make recipe substitutions. It also includes a section on how to cook for the whole family and still cook for the allergic child as well as suggestions on what to pack in a school lunch when you can't pack a sandwich.
In the beginning, the book was a means of encouraging our son, Andy, to eat a variety of new foods. Andy became the "taste tester" for all the recipes in the book. If he didn't like the recipe, the recipe did not go into the book. This made Andy feel as though he was helping me and he did not thinkas much about the foods he could no longer eat. Many of the recipes were developed at home with the help of a good friend, Mary Anne Cahir. Together we experi- mented with all kinds of foods to come up with recipes children would eat. Our taste tester gave his stamp of approval and the recipe was in the book.
The Nutrition Program at the Pennsylvania State University provided help with improving the quality of the book as well as helping students, five in all, who were taking a one credit in- dependent study. These girls helped with correspondence, coding for the University of Massachusetts data bank, and data analysis.
Publishing a book yourself is a very time consuming project; however, it is also a very rewarding experience. Instead of signing a contract with a publisher which gives you no guarantees, we found self-publishing to be satisfying. Not only could we control how the book would be put together, but we could control the marketing and the distribution of the books. We also felt we could keep in touch with those
Mona Dees Clare, Volunteer
Mona Dees Clare of Terre Haute, Indiana has the distinction of being the only woman to receive the "Good Citizen Award" from the Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce in the community. The inscription on the plaque presented to Mona in 1980 is a testimonial of her life—'SERVICE ABOVE SELF' GOOD CITIZEN AWARD in recognition of your service and selfless dedication to the improve- ment of our community."A graduate of Indiana University in 1939, Mona was a member of Beta Phi chapter.
Through Mona's continued interest in education for young people, she has sponsored numerous foreign students as well as supporter of the education of the American Indian and the Appala- chian Mountain Region. Currently she is involved in sending information to a young lady who served as a guide on her trip to the People's Republic of China. An avid traveler, this is just one of the 175 countries she has visited. Speaking French and German, and a little Italian and Spanish, Mona is a credit to the American tourist.
Joanne Honegger, Museum Chairman
Joanne Honegger
Monterey County Alumnae has a member of whom they are proud. Joanne Benedict Honegger is Chairman of the Docent Council of the Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art. This museum is the major art museum of the Central Coast of California and is accredited by the American Association of Museums. Joanne guides fifty docent volunteers and also serves as a member of the museum's Board of Trustees. She has already served as Tour Chairman, Docent Trainer, Hangind Committee Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Council. Joanne pledged Lambda chapter.
Juanita Haugen, Educator
Juanita Sakajian Haugen, N u Lambda, has been committed to public education for twenty years. She has been a member of the Amador Valley High School District Board for seven years and President for two. Her appointment by the governor to Sunset III Advisory Commission to study education for the gifted resulted in a new AOn friend who recognized her ever present gold Rose Award on a chain.
She believes "Education is finally beginning to head in the right direction, toward excellence in academic achieve- ment for all students according to their abilities; toward betterment of teacher skills, standards and salaries and toward furthering administration professional-
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Judy and Andy Moyers
especially
to
who bought a book,
exchange ideas for new recipes. The
book is in the final stages of type setting
and should be ready for printing and
distribution in the fall. The book will be ism. Let's keep the public in public
marketed through allergists, pediatricians, and registered dieticians throughout the United States or by mail order directly to us.
Judy pledged Epsilon Alpha and is a member of State College Alumnae.
education" she said.
Juanita has been a founder of Palo
Alto Alumnae, Amador Valley Alumnae, N. California Council of A O n , and Amador Panhellenic. She has been inter- national fraternity education chairman.


Ann L. Holland, 2nd Vice President Woman's Club
The Massachusetts State Federation of Women's Clubs unanimously elected Ann L. Holland, Delta, as Second Vice- President of the General Federation of Women's Clubs.
Ann, a native Cape Codder, graduated from Tufts University. She taught English, history and music at Lenox School for Girls in New York City. Returning to Massachusetts, she became secretary for her husband's law firm.
In the heart of GFWC activities as Recording Secretary, Ann has written the minutes of the GFWC Convention, the GFWC Board of Directors, the GFWC Executive Committee and the GFWC Foundation Board of Directors, reporting action affecting the ten million GFWC members around the world.
Phyllis Prichett, Caterer
Phyllis Prichett
Phyllis Fletcher Pritchett, Martin, Tennessee, Tau Omicron Alumna, has established herself as a one person catering service extending from large dinner parties to informal suppers to sorority rush events. Phyllis' business began when her friends kept requesting her assistance with their own parties, and eventually mushroomed into a very rewarding and lucrative career.
The majority of Phyllis' dishes are prepared in her own home kitchen. She recently volunteered her time and service to her church to provide an op- portunity for families to dine together once a month in a church setting. Due to
the success of these dinners, the church hired Phyllis to prepare a dinner each Wednesday night, thus beginning the First Methodist Fellowship Dinners.
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Karen Price, Alumni President
During all of the pomp and circum- stance of graduation weekend at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, America's 10th oldest chartered college, one of our A O n sisters was installed as the Alumni Association President. Karen Gossard Price is the youngest female to be installed as president of this 6,500 member association which was organ- ized in 1884. Karen states that the primary goal of the alumni association is ultimately to serve the college. However, an important objective of the association is to provide programs that serve individual alumni with the obvious long range result that a well served alumnus will support the college. Her AOII experiences as a collegiate officer, chapter advisor, corporation president and regional director will prove to be invaluable in this new endeavor. Since 1884 there have been 4 female presidents of the W ashington College Alumni Association. T w o of these are AOIl's. The other President who isanAOIIwasHildaOtt.
Lindy Legener, Store Owner
Lindy Motl Legener, Phi Delta '77, had always wanted to have a cross stitch shop of her own. She's been stitching since she was a child. When Lindy and her husband, Craig, moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma from their home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and found Tulsa lacked such a shop, she fulfilled her dream and opened "The Silver Needle".
Since its opening in March of 1984, the Silver Needle has expanded to pro- vide supplies, accessories, and classes for stitchers who enjoy counted cross stitch, hardanger, antique samplers, stenciling and cut and pierced lampshades. The store now employs nine women. Lindy also hosts an annual weekend camp for stitchers, and she publishes a quarterly newsletter. This year she was a judge of art and woodworking at the Tulsa County Free Fair. Between teach- ing at her shop and attending market three times a year, she is also Vice- President of Tulsa Alumnae Chapter.
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Lorraine Chanatry, Artist
Lorraine Chanatry is an active, ART- oriented person w h o has filled her life to the brim by helping others through this medium. Art courses in childhood, a BFA in Art Education at Syracuse Uni- versity, M A at Catholic University of America, then more graduate work abroad in Spain, Mexico and Lebanon, have given her a rich experience to draw upon.
Her long-time dream became a reality when she opened her "Lorraine Marie Art Center" in Utica, NY . This center offers art lessons, craft work-shops, art tours, interior decorating, a gift boutique, club programs, gallery exhibits and a counseling service called Women's World.
Her latest plan is for a new Arts pro- gram called the REAL Connection (Recreation, Education, Arts and Leisure) which is designed to enable her to divide her year between Florida and New York.
Wherever she has lived (New York, W ashington or Florida), she says her AOn sisters have become her best friends. Although she has won many awards and honors, she values above all the "Senior Award of Achievement" AOII ring she received at graduation at Syracuse University where she was a member of Chi chapter. Presently she is
; a member of Syracuse Alumnae.
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Alpha Omkron Pi tHrectorvj Alpha Omicron P i Fraternity founded at Barnard College January 2, 1897
Public Relations Coordinator: Debbie Bookkeeper: Terri Barnes Membership/Alumnae Coordinator:
Miller, A X
DIRECTOR: Liz Coffey
Alumnae Department
Programming
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Alumnae Advisory Committee Manual
Liaison with: Alumnae Membership Chairman
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DIRECTOR: Barb Hunt
Colony Supervisor
Installation Supervisor
Philanthropic Foundation President
NPC Alternate Delegate
Liaison with: Diamond Jubilee Foundation
DIRECTOR: Robin Beltramini
Special Projects Coordinator
Liaison with: International Historian
Heritage Society
100th Anniversary Committee Intl. Convention Chairman and
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•FOUNDERS
Jessie Wallace Hughan
Helen St. Clair Mullan (Mrs. George V .) Stella George Stern Perry (Mrs. George H .) Elizabeth Heywood Wyman
*The Founders were members of Alpha Chapter at Barnard College of Columbia University and all are deceased.
PAST INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENTS
Edith Huntington Anderson (B<t>) 1933-1937 Dorothy Bruniga Dean (P) 1943-194o
Mary Louise Filer Roller (All) 1955-1957 Nancy Mover McCain (P) 1957-1959
Wilma Smith Leland (T) 1959-1961
Jessie Marie Senor Cramer (<t>) 1961-1963 Ruth Lee Leichtamer (HMO 1963-1965
Jessie McAdam Lamed (T) 1965-67
Carolyn Huey Harris (AS) l°67-o9
Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy (IA) 1971-1973 Janirae Linebaugh Callaway (()) 197S-1976 Norma Marshall Ackel (KB) 1976-197°
Joan Deathe MacCallum (K*) 1979-1981 Ginger Banks (I1KJ 1<>81-1985
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REGION I
Vice President: Miry Jean Walnock Polaski (Frederick) AX. 32 Georgian Circle, Newark, DE 1=711, 302/368-8235 Extension Officer: Kris Lambert Burfeind (William) <I>K, » Coif Circle, Emmaus, PA 1804", 215/967-6653 (H) 770-9000 (O) Finance Officer: Nancy A. Cochrane, HI],327 Maitland Avenue, Teaneck, NJ 07o66. 201/837-6519 (H) 212-698-7303 (O) Rush Officer: Cindy Fenn, SX, 317 Village Drive, Apt. 3, Syracuse, N Y 13206, 315/432-8288
Collegiate Chapter
Beta Delta
Villanova University
Beta Tau University of T oronto
Chi
Syracuse University
Delta Colony Tufts University
Delta Chi University of Delaware
Epsilon Alpha Pennsylvania State University
President
Bea Germinario, Villanova University, Box 216, Dougherty Hall, Villanova, PA 19085, 215/525-5626
Gracie Banial, 24 Madison Avenue, Tor- onto, Ontario, Canada M5R 2Sl, 4167 922-3646
Monica Elischer, 210 Walnut Place, Syra- cuse, NY 13210, 315/478-4355, 425- 8842 (CP)
Anna Pizzo, P.O. Box 108, Medford, MA 02153, 617/776-2430
Sandy Johnston, 155 South Chapel Street, Newark, D E 19711 302/737-2989
Leslie Schumacher, Epsilon Alpha Chap- ter of AOII, 15S Heister Hall, University Park, PA 16802, 814/862-3741, 862- 0861 (CP)
Chapter Adviser
Sally Wagaman Gohn (Doug) ST, 522 C-2
Regis Court, Andalusia, PA 19020, 215/ 245-5281
Michele Coddard, BT, 24 Madison Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada MSR 2Sl, 416/ 922-5420
Harriet L.Oleary, BH, 309 Waring Road, Syracuse, NY 13224, 315/446-5648
Co-Advisers:
Cynthia Typaldos, X, 37 Commonwealth
Avenue, Newton, MA 02167, 617/244-
7208
Debra Verrill, I\ 25 Barton Street, W alt-
ham, MA 02154, 617/647-5918
Laurie Bair, AX, 43 Henderson Road, Apt.
1C, Newark, D E 19711, 302/737-3553 Patricia Rhine Antolosky, EA, 1260Fairview
Drive, Bellefont, PA 16823, 814/355-2776
Regional Director
Patricia Shelton Milton Street, 617/641-2327
Judy McOstrich, BT, 16 Lesgay Crescent, Willowdale, Ontario, Canada M2J 2H8,
416/493-3851
Susan Bailey Adair (James) TO, 201 Morning-
side Circle, State College, PA 16803, 814/ 234-0951
Becky Woods, P, P.O. Box 584, Intervale, NH 03845-0584, 603/356-9868
Patricia Shelton Moxon
Nancy Baier Gilbert (James) EA, R D . 2, Box 689, Jersey Shore, P A 17740, 717/745-
7505
Denise Kedenburg Trainor (Vincent) BX, 1
Tammy Collings, U M O , AOII Penobscot Hall, Orono, ME 04469 207/827-8328
Gamma
University of
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Gamma Beta Indiana U. of Pennsylvania
Iota Chi Colony University of Western Ontario
Lambda Upsilon Lehigh University-
Phi Beta
East Stroudsburg University
Sigma Chi
Hart wick College
Sigma Rho Slippery Rock University
Tau Lambda Shippensburg University
Theta Pi
W agner College
Colony
Canisius College
Alumnae Chapter Boston
Greater Allentown/ Bethlehem
Kimberly Hoburg, R.D. No. 4, Box 76, Indiana, PA 15701, 412/349-6118 (CP)
Lisa Badame, 813 Richmond Street, N„ London, Ontario, Canada N6A 3H6
Gina Violante, Lehigh University, Box F-41, Bethlehem, PA 18015, 215/838-9001, 838-0314 (CP)
Donna Hughes, ESU, AOII, Phi Beta Box 882, East Stroudsburg, P A 18301, 215/ 252-2869, 424-2314 (CP)
Joyce Northrup, 17 Maple Street, Oneonta, NY 13820, 607/432-4271
Patti O'Mara, College Garden Apts. No. lOo, Kiester Road, Slippery Rock, PA 16057, 412/794-2617
Lynne Caggiano, SU, Alpha Omicron Pi, Cumberland Union Building, Shippens- burg, PA 17257, 717/532-5211, 717/ 530-1176 (CP)
Renee Matias, Wagner College, Harbor- view Hall 807, Staten Island, N Y 10301, 718/390-3472, 447-9005 (CP)
Lisa H. Bieron, 510 Frisch, Canisius College, 2001 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14208- 1098, 716/882-7870
President
Jeanie Marcy Sells (Arthur) Z, 29 Parker Road, Framingham, MA 01701, o 17/879-7094
Peggy Wells Zywicki (Joseph) <1'B, 1853 Hay Terrace, Easton, PA 18042, 215/252-2869
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Madeline Rexer Schroder (John) Hfl, 9 Heather Road, Bangor, M E 04401, 207/
Madsen Court, Mount Sinai, NY 11766, Susan Bailey Adair
Judy McOstrich
Lisa Lundy, EA, 4119A Fawn Drive, Harris- burg, PA 17112, 717/545-7882
Ruth Abrahamson McVey (Edward) K*, 209-1201 Richmond St. N., London, Ontario, Canada N6A 3L6, 519/672-1720
Sally Menke Snyder (Lee) EA, 2651 Main Street, Bethlehem, PA 18017, 215/867- 6049
Peggy Wells Zywicki (Joseph) *B, 1853 Hay Terrace, Easton, PA 18042, 215/ 252-2869
Eleanor Brown Hickein (Fred) F.X, 82 Elm Street, Oneonta, NY 13S20,607/432-6596
Peggy Halstead Coffman, X, 3765 Possum Hollow Road, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 717/532-4237
Lisa Mayercik, Mil, 423 Rellim Drive, Old Bridge, NJ 08857, 718/442-6381 (H) 390-9440 (O)
Gretchen Beling Zollendeck (Theodore) *A, 5232 Rogers Road, Hamburg, NY 14075, 716/648-6056
Becky
W oods
Alumnae Chapter Greater Harrisburg
Greater Portland
President
Nancy Graham Leuschner (Frederick) EA, 129 Oak
Park Circle, Harrisburg, PA 17109, 717/545-0263 Becky Wood, P, P.O. Box 584, Intervale, NH 03845-
0584, 603/356-9868
M o x o n Arlington, M A
Nancy Baier Gilbert Lisa Lundy
Nancy Baier Gilbert
Denise Kedenburg Trainor
Karen Weigel, I'B, 131 Huntley Drive, Har- risburg, PA 17112, 717/657-9808 (H) 782-5236 (O)
(Bruce) NA, 69 02174,


Alumnae Chapter
President
Singhild Larson Noble (Gerald) Oil, One Blossom Way, Valley Stream, Long Island, N Y 11580, 516/ 872-9501
Sheila Sheldon Collyer (Peter) K<!>, 505 Roslyn Avenue, Westmount, Quebec, Canada H3Y2T6, 514/931-4320
Diane Hunter de Hosson (Bernard) 0, 7 Oak Hill Road, Chatham Township, NJ 07928, 201/377- 2488
Kay KetteringWelch(Thomas)On,1011Richmond Road, Staten Island, NY 10304, 718/720-5449
Ethel Ferguson Swail (James) K<1\ 18 Kilbarry Cres- cent, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1K 0G8, 613/ 746-1437
Kimberly Carson McGowan (Dean) 4>B, 1659 Hem- lock Circle, Dowingtown, PA 19335, 215/337-0810
Maureen Leary Mamula (Milan) PB, 1411 Meadow- lark Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15243, 412/276-7589
Alumnae Chapter
Rochester
South Jersey
Southern Connecticut
State College Syracuse
Toronto
Wilmington
President
Terry Coolican,SX, 210 Spruce Avenue, Rochester, NY 14611, 716/235-6292
Carol Braun McLaughlin (John) EA, 705 Pomona Avenue, Haddonfield,NJ 08033, 609/547-5030
Cicely DeSilver Hindenach (Lee) EA, 158 Linden Tree Road, Wilton, CT 06897, 203/762-1969
Nancy Mellinger Zendt (Charles) F.A,Box491,RD No. 1, Port Matilda, PA 16870, 814/692-8346
Marcia Bond Evans (Ellis) X, 186 Brampton Road, Syracuse, NY 13205, 315/492-9385
Linda Sheridan Nichols (Gordon) BT, 729 Merton Street, Toronto,Ontario,Canada M4S 1B4. 416/ 489-1258
Ann Marie Witkowskt. AX, 409Champlain Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19804, 302/004.1745
Long Island
Montreal
New Jersey
New York-New Jersey Metro Area
Ottawa
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
1-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:
Susan Bailey Adair—Rochester, Syracuse.
Karen Weigel—New Jersey , South Jersey.
Nancy Baier Gilbert —Harrisburg, State College.
Lisa Lundy—Greater Allentown/Bethlehem. Pittsburgh
Judy McOstrich—Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto.
Patricia Shelton Moxon—Philadelphia, Wilmington.
Denise Kedenburg Trainor—Greater Portland, Long Island, New York-New Jersey Metro Area. Becky Woods—Boston, Southern Connecticut.
REGION II
Vice President: Nancy Perry Bowers (Robert) NO, 728 Summerly Drive, Nashville, T N 37209, 615/352-8174
Extension Officer:Troy Johnson, B<I>, 237 Churchill Drive, Apt. C, Richmond, KY 40475, 606/623-2178 (H) 622-3855 (O) Finance Officers: Sherry Hartford, AX, 309 Lotis W ay, Louisville, K Y 40207. 502/893-9067 (H) 581-3035 (O)
(Responsible for chapters of Regional Directors: Cover, Jenkins, Kennedy, Slagowski)
Appointed Assistant: Abbe L. James, TO, 828 South Caraway, Chateau Apts. 214-B, Jonesboro, AR 72401, 501/935-9325 (Responsible for chapters of Regional Directors: Alexander, Collier, Lay, Reeder)
Rush Officers: Mary Matarazzo Bryant (William) All, 2113 Maryland Avenue, Louisville. KY 40205, 502/458-1202 (Responsible for chapters installed prior to 1/1/85)
Appointed Assistant: Nancy Spires Norris (R. Bailey) AX,7842 Royalty Avenue. Apt. E, Louisville, KY 40222, 502/426-3084 (Responsible for chapters installed after 1/1/85 and colonies)
Collegiate Chapter
Alpha Beta Tau Thomas More College
Alpha Chi
Western Kentucky University
President
Anna Marie Mielech, 19 LorupAvenue, Ft. Wright, KY 41011, 606/341-5800, 331- 0005 (CP)
Chapter Adviser
Betsy Payne Watson, HZ, 1968 Edgewater Drive, Cincinnati, O H 45240, 513/741- 7847
Karen Fiddelke Towell (David) AX, 1551 Chestnut Street, Bowling Green, K Y 42101, 502/843-1231 (H) 781-1905 (O)
Jane Lee Wehland, XB, 138 Ivy Drive, Charlottesville, V A 22901, 804/977-0390
Carmen Arnold Garland (Ricky) Ail, Rt. 7, Box 886, Murray, KY 42071, 502/753- 0810 (H) 1-800-592-3977 (O)
Sue Reid Mattern (William) XA, 2429 RosewoodCourt,ChapelHill,NC27514, 919/942-4308
Patty Humphrey Milner, PA, 9922 Fairfax Square No. 94, Fairfax, V A 22031, 703/ 273-7647
Kristi Farmer, KM, 539 Chinoe Road, Lex- ington, KY 40502, 606/266-5295
Jennifer Jenson, KO, 1049 Cabana Circle, E. No. 4, Memphis, T N 3S107. 901/276- 9000 (H) 454-2426 (O)
Ann Johnson Nielson (Cal) NO, 811 Bos- cobel Street, Nashville, TN 37206, 615/ 228-8816 (H) 322-2965 (O)
Mary Nelle Coles Hardee (David) TO, 144 E. Edenwood, Jackson, TN 38301, 901/ 668-4626
Regional Director
Elaine James Kennedy (Philip) AX, 12900 Settlers Point Trail, Gashen, KY 40026, 502/228-0200
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins (Williams) KA, 216 Burlington Place, Nashville, T N 37215, 615/292-8215
Sandy Reeder, IT, 708 Camberley Circle, Apt. B-3, Baltimore, MD 21204, 301/296-7713
Sandy Alford Cover (John) AX, 1571 Canter- bury Way, Bowling Green, KY42101. 502/ 781-0210
Kaneal Gay Alexander (Don)TO, 537Cathy Jo Circle, Nashville,TN 37211, 615/333- 3215 (H) 385-6786 (O)
Linda Peters Collier (Charles) XO, 7840 Attleboro Drive, Springfield, V A 22153, 703/455-9743 (H) 684-1111 (O)
Elaine James Kennedy
Leslie Myers Lay (Jeff) 0,1801 Okeena Drive Dyersburg, T N 38024, 901/285-7636
Elaine lames Kennedy
Leslie Myers Lay
Chi Beta
University of
Virginia 3594
Delta Omega Murray State University
Delta Upsilon Duke University
Gamma Alpha George Mason University
Kappa Omega University of Kentucky
Kappa Omicron Rhodes College
Nu Omicron Vanderbilt University
Omega Omicron Lambuth College
Laurie Lovett, 1610 Miller Street, Murray, KY 42071, 502/759-165"
Beth Lesan, DU,Box 5225, Duke Station, Durham, NC 27706, 919/684-0354
Pamela Heath, GMU, Student Government 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, V A 22030, 703/978-6386, 689-2228 (CP)
Victoria French, 368 Rose Street, Lexing- ton, KY 40508, 606/258-2293
Marianne Blackwell, 2000 North Parkway, Memphis, T N 38112, 901/458-5669, 726-3121 (CP)
Edie Shulman, 2415 Kensington Place, Nashville, T N 37212, 615/329-3760, 321-7613 (CP)
Jennifer Stokes, LC, Box 277, Jackson, T N 38301, 901/422-4963, 427-0387 (CP)
Kim W elborn, 1566 Bowling Green, K Y 0848
Normal 42101,
Drive, 502/842-
Carie Gavigan, 518 17th Street, N.W ., Charlottesville, V A 22903, 804/979-
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Collegiate Chapter
Omicron University of T ennessee
Pi Alpha University of Louisville
Pi Delta University of Maryland
Pi Omicron Austin Peay State University
Rho Beta
Virginia Common- wealth University
Rho Omicron Middle Tennessee State University
Sigma Alpha
W est Virginia
University (CP) 4960 606/266-7275
Sigma Tau
W ashington College
Tau Omega Colony Transylvania University
Robin Miller Bauer (Howard) £T, P.O. Box 36, Rock Hall. M D 21661, 301/639-7482
Janet Neben Morrison (Eddie) Kfl, 3302 Montevesta Road, Apt. B-53, Lexington, KY 40502, 606/266-6071 (H) 255-6841 Ext. 51°9 (O)
Sandy Reeder
Jan Johnson Slagowski
Leslie Myers Lay
Linda Peters Collier
Kaneal Gay Alexander
Theta Beta Colony Towson State University
Janet Molz, TSU, Theta Beta Chapter of AOII, Box 1955, Towson, M D 21204, 301/828-0478, 828-0478 (CP)
Jennifer Sheriff, 805 Johnston Street. Greenville, NC 27834, 919/757-0769
Melis Roche Erlbeck, IIA. 206 E.Northern Parkway, Baltimore, M D 21212-2925, 301/433-0142
Jeanie McGirt Arbegast (Park) Z*, 804 N . Hills Drive, Ayden, NC 28513, 919/
President
Melissa Brandon, 1S31 W. Cumberland Avenue, Knoxville, T N 37916, 615/525- 3752
Lucie Logan, UL,Alpha Omicron Pi, Stu- dent Center, Room 12, Louisville, K Y 40292, 502/636-5236 (CP)
Barbara Lutz, 4517 College Avenue, Col- lege Park, M D 20740, 301/927-9871
Lisa Wilson, P.O. Box 8324, Clarksville, T N 37044, 615/648-7216, 648-7154 (CP)
Tracie Shields. P.O. Box 1501, Richmond, VA 23212, 804/272-5213, 320-1717 (CP)
Beth Prichard, MTSU, P.O. Box613,Mur- freesboro. T N 37132, 615/898-2300 Ext. 40, 895-5428 (CP)
Dina Beck, Washington College, Chester- town, M D 21620, 301/778-3340
Nancy Adams, T U , Forrer Hall, 300 N . Broadway, Lexington, KY 40508
Carol Spellings, UTM, Box 126, Martin, T N 38238, 901/587-6817, 587-5097 (CP)
Chapter Adviser
Nancy Horner Bettis (Charles) O, 7709
Bennington Drive, Knoxville, T N 37919, 015/693-1514
Sandy Dearen, AX, 3918 Nanz Avenue, Apt. 1, Louisville, K Y 40207, 502/896- 1310, 584-1900 (O)
Cheryl Matthews, OA, 11800 Beltsville Drive No. 103, Beltsville, M D 20705, 301/982-6981 (O)
Ann Rollow Ross (Neal) KO, Route 3, Clarksville, T N 37040, 615/645-6350 (H) 648-7655 (O)
Ruth Whitehead Shorter (Charles) flO, 10908 Savoy Road, Richmond, V A 23235,
804/272-5213
Eleanor A yers Haynes, O 1607 Riverview Drive, Murfreesboro, T N 37130, 615/
896-1 °41
Regional Director
Sandy Alford Cover
Kaneal Gay Alexander
Linda Peters Collier
Mary A n n Davies Jenkins
Sandy Alford Cover
Mary A n n Davies Jenkins
Vicki Berger, 300 McLane A venue, Apt. 201 Morgantown, W V 26505, 304/291-2531
Maria Hall, A<t>,347 Cornell Avenue No. 3, Morgantown, WVA 26505, 304/292-
Jan Johnson Slagowski (Eugene) KK, 1249 Tishoff Drive, Lexington, KY 40502,
Tau Omicron
University of
Tennessee-Martin 587-5574
Zeta Psi
East Carolina
University 746-4956
Alumnae Chapter
Baltimore
Bowling Green
Charlotte, NC
Charlottesville Area Colony
Chattanooga Hopkinsville
Jackson Kentuckiana Knoxville
President
Kathleen Baumgardner Campanella (Vincent) AA, 614 Trixsam Road, Sykesville, M D 21784, 301/ 795-6287
Maria James Montell (Brad) AX, Rondal Drive, Bowling Green, KY 42101, 502/781-
0693
)an Roettinger Okamoto, KK, 143Greenridge Road, Lake Wylie, SC 29710, 803/831-2375
Alumnae Chapter
Lexington
Martin
Memphis
President
Jan Johnson Slagowski (Eugene) KK, 1249 Tishoff Drive, Lexington, K Y 40502, 606/266-7275
Judy Broadstreet Barker (Wayne) TO,Rt. 1,Box 248, Union City, T N 38261, 901/885-2011
Stephanie Hughes, KO, 3823 Faxon, Memphis, T N 38122, 901/452-5108 (H) 523-6828 (O)
Sherri Randolph, TO, Beaumont Apart- ments No. 22, Martin, T N 38273, 901/
Constance Howard Bolton (A.B. Jr.) P. 1813 Meadow-
brook Hts. Road, Charlottesville,V A 22903, 804/
2°3-3604 615/377-1968
Georgia Lillis Lowrance (Rudy) K,4922 Willow Lawn Drive, Chattanooga, T N 37416, 615/344-S257
Karen Fiddelke Towell (David) AX, 1551 Chestnut Street, Bowling Green, KY 42101, 5027 781-06"3
Margaret Luanne Gowan Hearn, flO, 61 Cannon- hurst Cove, Jackson. T N 38305, 901/668-5013
Melissa Watson Taylor (Larry) XA, 51°Grand Vista Place, Louisville, K Y 40243, 502/245-7934
Abbv Brown, (), 619 Manor View Drive, Knoxville, TN 37923, 615/690-7214
Northern Virginia Richmond
Triangle
Virginia Tidewater Area
Washington. D C
Joanne Williamson Earls (Gary) Z*, Rt. 1, Box 80, Catlett, V A 22019, 703/788-9051
Ellen McHaney Robins (Rand) TO, 3608 Stoney Ridge Road, Midlothian, V A 23113, 804/744-2651
Laura Harshbarger, AT, 5215 Coronado Drive, Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609, 919/787-1311
Huldah Slagle Clark (Harold) B<t>, 2508 Johnston Court, Virgnina Beach, V A 23454, 804/481-3905
Linnette McClure Carber, All, 4600 West Virginia Avenue, Bethesda, M D 20814, 301/°86-9338
II Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:
Kaneal Gay Alexander—Charlotte, NC, Kentuckiana, Triangle.
Linda Peters Collier—Baltimore, Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C. Sandy Alford Gover—Knoxville, Richmond.
Mary Ann Davies lenkins—Bowling Green, Hopkinsville.
Elaine James Kennedy—Lexington, Nashville.
Leslie Myers Lay—Jackson, Martin, Memphis.
Sandy Reeder—Charlottesville Area Colony, Virginia Tidewater.
Jan Johnson Slagowski — Chattanooga.
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Nashville
Mariellen Perkinson Crowley (Timothy) AA, 718 Gen. George Patton Drive, Franklin, T N 37064,


REGION III
Vice President: Elisabeth Lester Donaldson (Joseph) TA, 1726 Croom Drive, Montgomery, A L 36106, 205/277-2776
Extension Officer: Marion Grassmuck Clouse (Stephen) X , 1530 86th A venue, North, St. Petersburg, FL 33702, 813/577-0861 Finance Officer: Linda Ekberg Blau (Arthur) n,7913 Venetian Street, Miramar, FL 33023, 305/983-6381(H) 776-5961 (O) Rush Officer: Charlene Hametz Meyer (Lloyd) Z , 3453 Nantucket, Marietta, C A 30067, 404(977-8495
Collegiate Chapter
Alpha Delta University o f Alabama
Delta Delta Auburn University
Gamma Delta University o f South Alabama
Gamma Omicron University o f Florida
Gamma Sigma Georgia State University
Gamma Theta University of South Florida
Gamma Upsilon St L e o College
lota Upsilon Colony University of South Carolina-Spartan burg
President
Sara Howard, U A ,P.O. Box 2407, Univer- sity, A L 35486, 205(348-8808 o r 8806, 348-9108 (CP)
Lisa Daniel, A U ,AOII Box, Dorm C , Auburn, A L 36849. 205/887-9615, 887- 5769(CP)
Julie Brining, USA. Gamma Delta Chapter of AOri, P.O.BoxU-1178,Mobile,AL 36688, 205/344-6174, 344-0649(CP)
Kim Ventre, 819 W . Panhellenic Drive, Gainesville, F L 32601, 904/373-4550, 371-1540 (CP)
Lisa Cape, GSU, University Plaza, Box 540, Atlanta, G A 30303. 404/659-1743, 923- 1303 (CP)
Kathy Haywood. USF, 13452 VillageCircle No. 18S,Tampa, FL33617, 813/977-5991
Colleen Dieterle, St.Leo College, P.O.Box 2346, St.Leo, FL33574, 904/588-3283
Chapter Adviser
Dolores White Rhodes (Doug) AA, 4913 10th Avenue, East, Tuscaloosa, A L 35405, 205/758-7615
Patsy Faulk Vincent (Don) A X Auburn University Aviation, 700 Airport Road, Auburn, AL 36830, 205/749-2277
Robin Mansfield Wright (Joe) l \ o050 GrelotRoadNo.205,Mobile,AL 36609, 205/633-5494 (H)937-0274(O)
Diana Bennett Duva (Anthony) TO, 6501 S.W. 37th Way,Gainesville, FL 32608, O04/378-4877
Malinda Sharp, O, 3007 Tree Mountain Parkway, Stone Mountain, G A 30083.404/ 469-0091 (H)237-2111(O)
Cathy Mirand, Pft, 2800 E.113th Avenue No. 223, Tampa, FL33612, 813/971-5407
Peggy Tyler Matthews (James) All, <U0S, 14th Street, Dade City, FL33525, 904/ 567-2954 (H)567-3929(O )
Regional Director
Mary A n n Vaughn Stark (Norman) AA, 1505
Northcliff Trace, Roswell, G A 3007o, 404/09 8-66S9
Elise Moss Simmons (Ron)TA, 2724 Wynter- hall Road, Huntsville, A L35803, 205/880- 1275 (H)536-9645 (O)
Mary Ann Vaughn Stark
LeeAnn Saylors, P A , 3 7 5 Hillcrest Road, Apt. R-204, Mobile, A L 36608, 205/344- 6174
Carolyn Smith Diener (Thomas) R .V 3998 St. Ives Court, Louisville, K Y 40207, 502/
893-8436
Marilyn Renfroe Bush (Thomas) Ft), 37A Grassy Lake Road, Archer, FL32618,904/
495-2991
Marilyn Renfroe Bush
LambdaChi LaGrange College
Lambda Sigma University of Georgia
Nu Beta University of Mississippi
Sigma Delta Huntingdon College
JulieRoberts,LC,601 BroadSt.,P.O.Box 402, LaGrange, G A 30240-2999, 404/ 883-1S01 (CP)
Donilyn Willis, 1190 South Milledge Avenue, Athens, G A 30609-2400, 404/548-3366, 354-4587 (CP)
Andrea Mobley, U M , P.O. Box7987, Uni- versity, MS 38677, 601/234-2718, 234- 2899 (CP)
Sandra Brill, H C , 1500 E. Fairview Avenue, Box 370, Montgomery, A L 36106, 205/ 265-4314, 269-9762 (CP)
Melanie Luther, BSC, Box A-56, Birming- ham, A L 35254, 205/322-6417 o r 252-
DeniseRoberts,AX,131Lafavette Court, LaGrange, G A 30240, 404/883-7306
Pam Mathis Hoveland (Carl) All, 205 Idyle- wood, Athens, G A 30605, 404/543-1223
Deb Mathis Fenstermaker (Van) All, Uni- versity ofMississippi,Box356, Univer- sity, M S 38677, 601/236-1904
Mary Margaret Fife Kyser (George) T A , 1 o06 Limestone Court, Montgomery, A L 36117, 205/277-6659
Christine Lifts, USC, Room 220, Hodge Pat Snedoon Clusterman (Robert) VX. Elise Moss Simmons
Center, Spartanburg, S C 29303, 803/ 578-1800 Ext. 316, 583-9259 (CP)
Kathy Kasch, FSC,P.O.Box4868, Lake- land, F L 33802, 813/680-4424
Route 3, Box 87, Landrum, S C 29356, 803/457-3641
Kappa Gamma
Florida Southern
College 813/858-5210
Tau Delta
Birmingham Southern
College 3223 3004
Zeta P i Colony University o f Alabama-Birmingham
Alumnae Chapter
Athens
Atlanta
Auburn/Op elika Colony
Birmingham
Decatur Area FortLauderdale Area
Tammy St. Clair, 1327 14th Avenue, So., Birmingham, A L 35205, 205/939-31 15
President
Sharon Kay Kelley (Pat) M, 458 Dearing Street, Athens, G A 30605, 404/543-1147
Edith Walthall Beers (H.W.) K,73 28th Street, N.W. Atlanta, G A 30309, 404/351-4273
Martha "Marti" Dupuy Duncan (J.W.) AT, 162 Cotton Avenue, Opelika, AL 36801. 205/749-7960
Ginger Manasco Busby (Dale) AA, 5513 HeathRow Drive, Birmingham, A L 35243, 205/991-6911 (H) 93o-io80 (O)
Linda Hyde, A K , 2404 Crestview Drive, SE, Decatur, AL 35601, 205/350-3565
CatherineRollZombar(Charles)CO,7021SW10th Street, Pembroke Pines, FL33024,305/961-9797
Karen Bemko Kemp (Hugh) KI\ 392o Kathleen Road, Lakeland, F L 33801,
Marilyn Renfroe Bush
Carolyn Smith Diener
Carolyn Smith Diener
LeeAnn Saylors
Mary A n n Vaughn Stark
LeeAnn Saviors
Elise Moss Simmons
Lynn Hughes Spires (Spin) TA, 406 Morris Blvd., Birmingham, A L 35209, 205/942-
Monna Daugette, T A , 105-C East Glen- wood Drive, Birmingham, A L 35209, 205/879-0818 (H) 324-6549 (O)
Alumnae Chapter
Greater Jackson Area
Greater Pensacola Greater Pinellas Huntsville
Jacksonville LaGrangeArea Colony
President
Christine Zavodny Cameron (Mack) Wll, 138 West- lake Drive, Mill Creek Place, Brandon, M S 39042. 601/992-2173
Anamarie Gloria Bruno, TA,2813 Langley Avenue No. 102, Pensacola, F L 32504, 904/474-3998
Betsy Boles Smith (Royce) O, 202o Seton Drive, Clearwater, FL33575, 813/44o-0040
Carol Jurenko Jones (George) AA,109 Cottonwood Trail. Madison, A L 35758, 205/772-8192
DonnaLee,AX,11ILafayetteCourt,LaGrange.GA 30240, 404/883-67O2
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Alumnae Chapter
Lakeland Area Mobile Montgomery
Shoals Area
President
A n n Colvin Marshall (David) All, 3204 Hilltop Avenue. Lakeland, F L 33603, 813/646-1167
Angelia Phillips Ralph (George) A K , 1 5 4 Pinehill Drive, Mobile, A L 36606. 20S/473-8240
Barbara Haney Smith. AA,3485 Sommerville Drive, Montgomery. A L 36111, 205/284-5998
Betsy Brooks Braund, NO, 1 0 1 Highland Place, Sheffield, A L 35o60, 205/381-4003
Alumnae Chapter Tampa Bay Area
Tuscaloosa Orlando-Winter Park Palm Beach County
President
Jennifer Qualey Roberts (Douglas) T O , 702
Falkirk Avenue, Valrico, F L33594, 813/681-6078
Tanya Hataway, AA, 20 Smith Acres, Northport, A L 35476, 205/339-3040
Marianna McAllister LaRue (Roger) NO, 1165 Cheyenne Trail, Maitland, FL32751, 305/644-3124
Anne Patterson Fitzpatrick (Frank) EA, 5013Eagles Nest Drive, (uniper, F L 33458, 305/746-8676
Ill-Regional Directors of Alumnae Chapters:
Marilyn Renfroe Bush—Greater Pinellas,Jacksonville,Lakeland Area, Tampa BayArea, Orlando-Winter Park. Carolyn Smith Diener—Athens, Atlanta, LaGrange Area Colony.
Elise Moss Simmons—Auburn/Opelika Colony, Birmingham, Decatur, Shoals Area.
LeeAnn Saviors—Fort Lauderdale, Greater Pensacola, Jackson, M S , Palm Beach County.
Mary A n n Vaughn Stark--Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa.
REGION I V
Vice President: Ann McClanahan Gilchrist (Keith) H,5613 Skyndge Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46250, 317/849-6142 (H)924-4265 (O ) Extension Officer: Joanne "Jo" Nelson Nowak (Edmund) Br, 17288 Tremlett, Fraser, M I 48026, 313/791-3914 FinanceOfficer:Barbara"Barb"DunnZipperian(Ken)KK,8802SkippersWay,Indianapolis,IN46256,317/842-9045 (H)2t>o-6791(O) Rush Officer: Heather Mong Boggs (Ted)Q, 724 Ridge Avenue. Troy, O H45373, 513/335-3116
Kappa R h o Colony Western Michigan University
Omega
Miami University
Omicron Pi
University of Michigan
Phi Upsilon Purdue University
Theta
DePauw University
Theta Psi
University o f Toledo
Alumnae Chapter
Ann Arbor Bloomington, I N
Cincinnati
Marilyn Gruhl Brownell (Peter) KP, 10173 Woodlawn, Kalamazoo, M l 49002,616/ 327-2061 (H )388-2037 (O )
Robbi Ruth Peterson (Carl) K P , 45788 Drexel Road,Canton,MI 48187,313/455- 5963
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President
Michelle Ellers, 901 E. 10th Street, Bloom-
ington, I N 47401, 812/332-7296, 332- 6174 (CP)
Sheryl Perkins,P.O.Box2684,StationD, Evansville, I N 47714, 812/477-6838, 479-2892 (CP)
Lisa West, ISU, Lincoln Quad, Suite 127, Terre Haute, I N 4780°, 812/232-1051, Ext. 122, 237-6931 (CP)
CarlaBochenek,BSU,P.O.Box219,Stu- dent Center, Muncie, I N 47306, 317/ 285-732°, 284-8030 (CP)
Ann Farrand, 820 W . Lovel Kalamazoo, Ml 49007. 610/342-6362
Lisa Hampshire, M U , Richard Hall, Box 180-C, Oxford, O H 45056, 513/529- 3684, 529-3571 (CP)
Karen Kelly, 800 Oxford, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, 313/994-5572
Collegiate Chapter
Beta Phi
Indiana University
Chi Lambda University of Evansville
Kappa Alpha Indiana State University
KappaKappa
Ball State University
KappaPi
Ohio Northern
University 7865
RachelHunter, 116W.Highland,Ada,O H 45810-1385, 419/772-1165 (CP)
ElizabethRoberts,KIT,815SouthJohnson Street, Ada,O H 45810, 419/634-6910
LynesaKopperhoferKnick(Anthony)11,F491 16C, Rt. 1, Holgate, O H 43527, 419/264-
West Lafayette, IN 47906, 317/463-5206 463-9566(CP)
Liz Rydell, 225 S . Bloomington Street, Greencastle, I N 46135, 317/653-2711
Aimee Carl, 5855 Yermo, Apt.U-5, Toledo, OH 43013. 410/475-6358 (CP)
President
Robin Miller Bartelman (Tom)*T, 22040 Cascade Lane. Novi, M I 48050, 313/348-75°4
Virginia Houze Batchelor Ooseph) NO,2610 Winde- mere Woods, Bloomington, IN 47401,812/332-4322
Georgana Taggart Power (Karl) *Q, 3836 Country Club Place, Cincinnati, O H 45208, 5 13/871-52o4
Chapter Adviser
Teri Crouse, B4>, 3325 Arcadia Court, Bloomington, I N 47401, 812/332-1327
Toni Reitz, XA,521South Runnymeade, Evansville, IN 47714, 812/477-0005
JoAnn BohnGibbons(Paul)KA,35Garden- dale Road, Terre Haute, IN 47803,812/ 877-2279
ConnieMyersHumphrey, KK,1901N. Rosewood Avenue, Muncie, I N 47303
Regional Director
Becky Admire, X A ,2067 Shelby Avenue, Evansville, I N 47714, 812/473-5246 (H ) 476-6844(O)
CarolOxford,KA,1501PaulDresserDrive, Terre Haute, I N 47803, 812/234-4280
Becky Admire
LouanneWatson,<t>T,419W.LincolnRoad, Apt. CI, Kokomo, I N 46902, 317/453-9514
Alice DeBuino Schuette (Robert) 11, 4 8 9 Pat Curran Dengler (Frederick) fl, 4018
White O a k Drive, Oxford, O H 45056, 513/523-5282
Nancy |achAupperle (Eric) OFT, 3606 Chatham Way,Ann Arbor, MI 48105, 313/665-8043
Benjamin Street, Cincinnati, O H 45245, 513/752-7404
Cindy Skaff, (-)¥, 2674 Drummond Road, Toledo, O H43606, 419/535-7092
Melissa McCain, 1001 David Ross Road, Jane Hamblin, 4>T, 1118 Montgomery, Louanne Watson
West Lafayette, IN 47906, 317/497-2540 (H), 494-1251(O)
Audrey Thomas Pelham (Howard) (-), 4740 E. 71st Street, Indianapolis, I N 46220, 317/849-1853
Wanda LawsonAnderson,H<P,4330 Kings- burg, Toledo, O H 43642, 419/478-9060
Carol Oxford
Lynesa Kopperhofer Knick
Alumnae Chapter
Cleveland, East Cleveland. West
Columbus, O H
President
Mary Reiter Jones (Richard) AT, 16331 Glynn Road, Cleveland Heights, O H 44112, 216/268-0702
Phyllis Jaycox Kiss (Frank) 0, Cliff Towers, Apt. 26A 2159 Wooster Road, Rockey River, O H 44116, 216/333-6637
Judy Copenhaver Buchholtz (Robert) fl, 2318 Benning Drive, Powell, O H 43065,614/889-1206


Alumnae Chapter Dayton
Dearborn
Detroit North Suburban
Evansvilie Tri-State Fort Wayne
Grand Rapids
Greater Kalamazoo Colony
Indianapolis
President
Ann Cheatham Schmitt (George) BX, 1500 Ward-
mier Drive, Dayton, O H 45459, 513/434-6167 Sandra Collins Kalsic (Fred) B n , 7590 Ziegler, Taylor,
Ml 48180, 313/388-8135
Judy Ormsby Bradley (Robert) B r , 2960 Rambling
Way, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48013, 313/334-2134
Janet Stephenson Baize (Jim) X A ,RR2, Russell Hill Drive, Chandler, I N 47610, 812/92S-3437
Janet Derheimer Barnum (David) K K , 4710 Strat- ford Road, Fort Wayne, I N 46807, 219/745-5722
Kathleen Kauffman Snyder (David) K K ,1763 Wey- mouth, S.E., Grand Rapids, MI49508,616/455-7039
Marilyn Gruhl Brownell (Peter) K P , 10173 Wood- lawn, Kalamazoo, MI 49002, 616/327-2061(H ) 388-2037 (O)
Renee Pugh Smith (Edward) <t>T,3205Hensel Drive, Carmel. I N 46032, 317/846-6246
Alumnae Chapter Kokomo
Lafayette
Macomb County Muncie
North Central Ohio Colony
Terre Haute Toledo
Youngstown
President
Mary Connell Bennett (Craig) B<1>,301 Laramie Lane, Kokomo, I N 46901, 317/452-6271
Nancy Stiles Wagoner (J.Edward) K<t>, 18 Spring Valley Court, W . Lafayette, I N 47906, 317/743- 3159
Nancy Moyer McCain (Walter) P, 38775 Byriver Drive, M t . Clemens, M l 48043, 313/463-4124
Judy Myers McFarland(Jack) K K ,3515 W . Godman, Muncie, I N 47304, 317/284-9449
Janet Pierce Conway (Kenneth) AT, 2285 N e w State Road, North, Norwalk, O H 44857, 419/668-5286
Sheryl Thomas Eldred (Michael) K .\, 724 Collett Avenue, Terre Houte, I N 47804, 812/466-6489
Joyce Sargent Moorman (Gary) O, 2942 Shoreland, Toledo, O H 43611, 419/729-5785
Stephanie Bozin, <I>A, 35o8 Breeze Knoll Drive. Youngstown, O H 44505, 216/759-2874
IV-Regional Directors fo rAlumnae Chapters:
Becky Admire-Bloomington, Terre Haute.
Pat Curran Dengler-Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton.
Lynesa Kopperhofer Knick-Cleveland East, Cleveland West, Dearborn, North Central Ohio Colony, Toledo, Youngstown.
Carol Oxford-Evansvilie Tri-State, Fori Wayne, Kokomo.
Robbi Ruth Peterson-Ann Arbor, Detroit North Suburban, Grand Rapids, Greater Kalamazoo Colony, Greater Lansing, Macomb County. Louanne Watson-Indianapolis, Lafayette, Muncie.
REGION V
Vice President: Jean Dundas Zimmermann (James) AB,308 N .Walnut Lane, Schaumburg, IL 60194, 312/843-0041 Extension Officer: Judy Cambrel Flessner (Todd) I, 1 5 1 1 Ashford Court, Wheaton, I L 60187, 312/665-7380 Finance Officer: Karen Morauski, *A, 13411 Montclair, Apt.15,Omaha, NE 68144, 402/333-1804
Rush Officer: Sue Bothe Placke (Robert! <I>1, 3706 22nd Avenue, Kearney, N E o8847, 308/237-2917
Iota
University o f Illinois
Iota Sigma
Iowa State University
PhiChi
University o f Chicago
Phi Delta
U. of Wisconsin- Milwaukee
Phi Sigma
Kearney State College
SharonVanFleet,AW,5020S.LakeShore Drive, No.1711-N, Chicago, IL 60616,
Theta C h i Morningside College
Zeta
U. o f Nebraska- Lincoln
Kim Stahl, 3823Garretson Avenue, Sioux City, IA 51106, 712/274-5607 (CP)
Eden Edwards, 1541 " S " Street, Lincoln, NE 68508, 402/474-9238, 475-1589 (CP)
Luan MeQuown Traum (Scott) OX, 2110 Summit, Apt. C10, Sioux City, I A 51104, 712/255-5973
Monica Sicner Rigoni (Charles) Z ,2210 South 37th Street, Lincoln, N E 68506, 402/488-3680
Chapter Adviser
Lori Smith Freemire (Michael) AH, 2433 9th Avenue, S . W . , Cedar Rapids, LA 52404, 319/366-8211
JoAnne Yonke Zunich (Butch) 1,704 W . Healy, Champaign, IL 61820, 217/352- 3299
Eileen Aksamit Muff (Don) '/.,1312 Scott Circle, Ames, I A 50010, 515/292-2725
JuliePekarek,PhiChiChapterofAOII,
5470 S. Greenwood Avenue N o .1,
Chicago,IL60615,312/684-3605,753- 312/667-8504(H)962-9680(O) 3751 (CP)
Regional Director
Pamela Warner Hill (Doug) IA, 5 0 2 South 10th Street, SacCity, IA 50583, 712/662- 7413
Lynne Jackson Parker
Pamela Warner Hill Lynne Jackson Parker
Collegiate Chapter
Alpha Theta Coe College
Beta Lambda
Illinois Wesleyan
University 7524 6107
President
Becky Roth, CoeCollege, Box554, Cedar
Rapids, IA 52402, 319/399-8488, 399- 8408 (CP)
Annette Bick, 7 0 6 S . Mathews Street, Urbana, IL 61801, 217/344-0136
Shelley Andersen, 2007 Greeley, Ames,IA 50010, 515/292-3993, 292-9057 (CP)
Lynne Jackson Parker (John) II, 915 Abbots- ford Lane, Frankfort, IL60423, 815/469-
Amy Gearhart, 1314 North Fell Avenue, Bloomington, IL 61701, 309/829-1890
Carol Doherty Elliott (Roger) B A , 212 Doud Drive, Normal, IL61761, 309/454-
Debi Rouse, UW-M, PhiDelta Chapterof AOII, Union BoxNo.6,Milwaukee, Wl 53211, 414/002-1927 (CP)
Donna McDonald, KSC, AOII House, Conrad Hall No.112,Kearney, NE68847, 308/234-8628, 236-8700 (CP)
son (Robert) B+,435 Bunker
Tau HeatherEssig,11215thStreet,SE,Min-
University o f neapolis, M N 55414, 612/623-9140
Minnesota 612/938-8424
Kristin Maegli, *A,4481 N . 74th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53218, 414/462-2373
Donna Grossart (Jerry) *£, 819 W . 30th Street, Kearney, N E 68847, 308/237-2667
Sallie Edwards Montgomery (Michael) I, 5501 Malibu Drive, Edina, M N 55436,
Pat Vioni ]
Hill Drive. Brookfield, WI 53005, 414/ 782-1711
Julie Thibault Schluter (George) Z , 1 1 0 1 2 Manderson Plaza, Omaha, N E 68164, 402/
493-1604
Pat Vioni Benson
Pamela Warner Hill
lulie Thibault Schluter
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Alumnae Chapter Ames
Bloomington-Normal
Cedar Rapids Area Colony
Champaign-Urbana
Chicago Area Council
Chicago, Beverly Hills
Chicago, North Shore
Chicago, Northwest Suburban
Chicago, West Suburban
DeKalb-Sycamore Colony
President Alumnae Chapter Eileen Aksamit Muff (Don) Z, 1312 Scott Circle, Des Moines
Ames, IA 50010, SIS/292-2725 CarrollMitesBross(Larry)BA,202SherwoodWay, Kearney
President
Rhonda Stevenson Bjornsen (Kevin) II,7102Horton, Des Moines, I A 50322, 515/276-5975
FranSuttonVnuk,*£,805East37thStreet,Kearney, NE 68847, 308/237-7603
Joanne Erickson Deaton (Roger) I I ,4959 Shagbark Court, Gurnee, IL 60031, 312/336-7285
Karen DeBoy Cocozza (William) K K , 5306 So. 53rd Street, Lincoln, N E 68516, 402/423-8829
Elizabeth "Liz" Freed, Z ,3001Cimarron Trail No.2 Madison, W I 53719, 608/274-6140
Patti Sell Shaw (James) 8A, W 309N 5511 Windrise Circle, Hartland, W I53029, 414/367-4823
Sandra Mauge Sklenar (Fred) NI, 3916 Lynn Avenue South, St. Louis Park, M N 55416, 6121920-5586
Peggy Robinson Kelley (Mike) <t>I, 16221 Bancroft Circle, Omaha, N E 68130, 402/333-7198
Georgia Brown Jecklin (J.W.) 11, 1318 W . 43rd, Davenport, I A 52806, 319/386-5313
Debra Rusher Stern (David) (-),5156Woodie Ranch Lane, Rockford, IL 61111, 815/877-3065
Helen Bergin Kampfe (Steven) Z, 160 Lakeshore Drive, Columbus, NE 68601, 402/564-5936
Mary Clearman Johnson (William) Z, East Military & Johnson Road, Fremont, N E 68025, 402/721-3015
Becky Denman Peterson (Ronald) <f>£, 3115 Brent- wood Boulevard, Grand Island, N E 68801, 308/ 382-3280
Lisa Lierman Pettinger (David) <1>I, 1930 W . 9th, Hastings, NE 68901, 402/463-7078
Virginia McPeak Rosenau (Harold) Z,No. 1 Arbor Heights, York, NE 68467, 402/362-3789
Bloomington, IL 61701, 309/663-1865
Lori Smith Freemire (Michael) AH, 2433 9th A venue,
S.W.. Cedar Rapids, IA 52404, 319/366-8211 Grace Neiwold Funk (Brian) I, RR No. 4, Box 135,
Champaign, IL 61820, 217/643-3405
Sherry Keaton Brennan (Joseph) (•), 820 S. Stough
Street, Hinsdale, IL 60521, 312/323-7026
Jean Legros Adduci (Marc) NT. 516 Penfield, Box
153, Beecher, IL 60401, 312/946-2128
Jan Harshfield Wilson (Robert) i, 3397 University Avenue, Highland Park, IL 60035, 312/433-8473
Janet Hiser Bowsher (Steve) I, 1324 Peartree Lane, Mt. Prospect, IL 60056, 312/635-8347
Trish Hiller Akin (Rich) <t>, 201 S. East Avenue, Oak Park, IL 60302, 312/848-6676
Mary Turner Diaz (Angel) UK,1548 Timberwood Court, Sycamore, IL 60176, 815/895-6667
Lake County o f Illinois Colony
Lincoln
Madison
Milwaukee Minneapolis/St. Paul Omaha
Quad Cities IA/IL Colony
Rockford
KEY ALUMS
Illinois Nebraska
Peoria Iowa
Sac City
State Center
Marjorie "Marge" Finfgeld Hunt, II, 1107 Warren Street, Henry, IL 61537, 309/364-2737
Pamela Warner Hill (Doug) IA, 502 South 10th Street Sac City, IA 50583, 712/662-7413
Jayne Hager Dee (Eric) I I , 106 Third Street, N.E., State Center, IA 50247, 515/483-2576
KEY ALUMS Columbus
V Regional Directors o f Alumnae Chapters:
Pat Vioni Benson — Madison, Milwaukee, Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Peg Malecki Frerk—Bloomington/Normal, Champaign/Urbana, Chicago Area Council, Chicago Beverly Hills, Chicago North Shore, Chicago Northwest Suburban,
Chicago West Suburban, DeKalb-Sycamore Colony, Lake County o f Illinois Colony, Rockford. Pamela Warner Hill—Ames, Cedar Rapids Colony, Des Moines, Quad Cities IA/IL Colony
Julie Thibault Schluter— Kearney, Lincoln, Omaha.
REGION V I
Vice President: Barbara Owens Kramer (Raymond) B*. 7516 Chattington Drive, Dallas, T X 75248, 214/233-6495 (H) 386-5050 (O) Extension Officer: Gloria Cunningham Rowland (Jim) IIK, Rt. 1, Box 68, Roby, T X 79543, 915/776-2263
Finance Officer: Brenda Welch Coop (David) SO, 1514 Alonzo, Jonesboro, A R 72401, 501/°32-0813
Rush Officer: Mary Newlon Harms (Steven) * I , 2421 Colgate, College Station, T X 77840, 409/693-3256
Collegiate Chapter
Chi Delta University of Colorado
Delta Alpha
University o f Missouri- Columbia
Delta P i
Central Missouri State University
Delia Theta Texas Woman's University
President
Deborah Rodgers, 1015 15th Street,
Boulder, C O 80302, 303/443-0546,938- 9199 (CP)
Shelly Sharp, UM-C, 100Jones Hall, Colum- bia, M O 65201, 314/882-4298, 8 8 2 - 5176 (CP)
Susan Bachali.CMSU, AIII Panhellenic Hall, Warrensburg, M o 64093, 816/747- 3235, 747-2454 (CP)
Wendy Wilson,TWU, Box22291, Denton, TX 76201, 817/387-1241
Chapter Adviser
Ali Odegard Arnold (Patrick) A * , 11127
Seton Place, Westminster, C O 80030, 303/469-9276
Kim Campbell, (-)X, 4702 Millbrook, Colum- bia, M O 65203, 314/445-7551 (H) 882- 7758(O )
Karen Montgomery Smith (Robert) All, 5305 Kentucky, Raytown, M O 64133, 816/356-1469
Carol Miller Stevenson (John) n, 2524 Belmont, Piano, T X 75023, 214/596-3266 934-9104 (O )
Regional Director
Pamela Hathcock de Zevallos (Edward) NO,
2500 Tanglewilde, Suite 498, Houston, TX, 77063, 713/467-8560 (H) 784-8759 (O)
Laura Anderson, I I ,1876 Woodhollow Drive No. 108, Maryland Hts., M O 63043, 314/ 469-6145 (H) 233-3563 (O)
Laura Anderson
Gail Province Osborn (Paul) 10,1124 War- ner, Jonesboro, A R 72401, 501/932-2942
PamelaHathcockdeZevallos
Nancy ShawShaheen (Glenn) AO,2101 Tree HouseLane,Piano,TX75023,214/867-
KappaTau
Southeastern Louisiana
University 504/549-2311
Lambda Tau Northeast Louisiana University
Teresa Rhodd, Lambda TauChapter of AOn,P.O.Box4173,Monroe,LA71211, 318/342-2624 (CP)
Jackie Jackson Hines (Howard) AT, 2606 Lexington,Monroe,LA71201,318/322-
6432
0819 (H) 323-5948 (O)
3d
Cecilia Deynoodt, SLU,P.O.Box 948, Hammond, L A 70402, 504/549-368S(CP)
Cynthia Henderson Lobue (Joseph)KT, P.O. B o x 764, Hammond, L A 70404,
Fremont Grand Island
Hastings York


Collegiate Chapter
Phi
University of Kansas
Newcomb College
Chapter Adviser
Elaine Patchin Hoffman (Carl) *, 1271
Medford, Topeka, K S 66604, 913/232- 0004
Regional Director Gaii Province Osborn
Sigma Omicron
Arkansas State
University (CP)
Nancy Shaw Shaheen
Terri Parker Marshall
Upsilon Lambda U. o f Texas- San Antonio
Alumnae Chapter
Albuquerque Alexandria Colony
Arlington Mid-Cities Austin
Baton Rouge Beaumont
Columbia, Jefferson City
Dallas
Denver
Fort Worth
Greater Kansas City Ha mmond
Houston Jonesboro
Sharon Brown, 2814 Peppermill Run, San Antonio, T X 78231, 512/493-1811
Boulder
Colorado Springs
Fort Collins/Greeley
Kansas
Wichita
Missouri
Springfield
New Mexico
Las Cruces Los Alamos
Cathy Coleman Johnson (Robert) XA, 7855 Everett Way, Arvada, C O 80005, 303/421-1904
Connie Heins Neuteboom (J.P.) A l l ,3020 Caravan Court, Colorado Springs, C O 80917, 303/597-1444
Debra Barrett, AH, 402 West Laurel, Fort Collins, C O 80521, 303/482-0632
Susan Burke Martz (Warren) TO,233 N .Fountain. Wichita, K S 67208, 316/682-2887
Jaye Youngs Hofbauer (James) O^, 5615 S. National, Springfield, M O 65807, 417/883-5167
Marianne Hobbs Thaeler (M.H.) 2, 2015 Hunting- ton Drive, LasCruces, N M 88001, 505/522-3421
Emily Flachmeier Engel (Lars) n K ,192 Lorna d e l Escolar, Los Alamos, N M 87544, 505/662-3846
Bryan/College Station Corpus Christi
Lubbock Midland/Odessa West Texas
President
Karin LeVeau, 1510 Sigma N u Place,
Lawrence, KS 66044, 913/749-1103, 749-5022 (CP)
Ann Levin,Alpha Omicron Pi,Room 112,
Newcomb Hall, 1229 Broadway, New
Orleans,LA70118,504/866-8018(CP) 70005,504/834-6327(H)891-3786(O) 318/868-2014(H)632-4832(O)
JillRitter,ASU,P.O.Box928,State Univer- sity, A R 72467, 501/972-1556, 972-3674
Carolyn Swindle Wyatt (Thad) 20, 3629 Blueridge Circle, Jonesboro, A R 72401,
501/932-1155
Marie Dieu Cooper (William) UK, 6030
Forest Ridge, San Antonio, T X 78240, 512/684-5188
President
Cynthia E.Dumler, '/.,3235 Wyoming 22-301,Al-
buquerque, N M 87111, 505/293-7173
Lisa Beebe Grubbs (Hal)AT,1211 Wilshire Drive,
Alexandria, L A 71303, 318/448-3154
Shirley Reichert McCracken (Richard) I1K, 1727
Park Hill, Arlington, T X 76010, 817/261-6948 JacklynRenaGreen,TA,11403HiddenTrailDrive,
Austin, T X 78758, 512/836-1246
Clara Cantrell Tomsula (Patrick) AO,2164 Holly-
dale Avenue, Baton Rouge, LA 70808,504/344-6525 Melanie Bernard Ladner (Claude) MB, 3010 Nash-
ville, Nederland, T X 77627, 409/722-6591
Dian Poole Sprenger (Beau) TA,1802 Juniper Drive,
Columbia, M O 65201, 314/449-7384 (H)893- 3700 (O)
Beverly Brinkman Allen (Stephen) NT, 1926 Glen Hill Drive, Carrollton, TX 75007, 214/492-9226 (H) 888-2039 (O)
Debra"Deb"Number,XA,4930Decatur Street, Denver, C O 80221, 303/433-1417
MargaretWhitneyShiels(Robert)K,3705 Mocking- bird Lane, Ft.Worth, T X 76109, 817/924-9720
Zoe Siler Moore (Bud) '1>, 10718 W . 101st Street, Overland Park, K S 66214. 913/888-4972
Lori LeBlancRidgdell,KT,810 East Louisiana Avenue, Hammond, LA 70401, 504/542-9786 (H)797- 1466 (O)
Lynn Koenig Lauter, 21,15519 Pensgate, Houston, TX 77062, 713/486-4127 (H) 483-3991(O )
Sandra Osborn Steele (Jim)2<>, Rt.1, Box 140A, Monette, A R 72467, 501/486-2941
Alumnae Chapter
Lake Charles/Calcasieu Colony
Little Rock
Monroe
New Orleans
North Houston Suburban
Northwest Arkansas Oklahoma City
Rio Grande Colony
SaintLouis San Antonio
Shreveport Topeka
Tulsa
President
Patricia Paulick, Z,1045 Walters, No. 312, Lake
Charles, L A 70605, 318/474-6539
Kelly Jones Spradlin (John) 20, Rt. 3, Box153, Beaverfork Lake, Conway, A R 72032, 501/327- 2811 (H) 329-6836 (O)
Tamee Dark Smith (Myron) AT,115 Mohawk Circle West Monroe, L A 71291, 318/396-4984
Jeanne M Richard, AO,245 Briarwood Drive, Gretna, LA 70053, 504/393-2982 (H)528-3713 (O)
AliceJoEllisShannon (Daniel) I,P.O.Box5074, King- wood, T X 77345, 713/360-5214
Beth Mandelco Rankin (Richard) 21, 9 Insh Lane, Hiwasee, A R 72739, 501/855-2820
Laura Freville, O H , 3720 McMillan, Bethany, O K 73008, 405/787-8292
JoAnn King Hendrix, A2,5429 LaEstancia Circle, El Paso, T X 79932, 915/584-0719
JaneVanRooCrawley(Stephen)2A,3VanCrest Lane, Florissant, M O 63033, 314/837-3426
GraceC.Cascio,AT,6300RueMarielyne,No.1205, San Antonio, T X 78238, 512/647-1502 (H) 691- 5533 (O)
Jill Romero Smitherman (John) AO, 402 Oneonta, Shreveport, L A 71118, 318/865-3432
Karen Basey, All, 1900 W .3lst Street, Apt.E-15, Lawrence,KS66044, 913/843-1952
Tricia Peterson Eidson (Dennis) AO, 2136 S. Florence Place. Tulsa, O K 74114, 918/742-1534
Mary Newlon Harms (Steven) 4*2, 2421 Colgate, College Station, T X 77840, 409/693-3256
Sheri Gilmore Emerick (Kurt) All,7410 Convair, Corpus Christi, T X 78412, 512/992-4903
Laurie Allen, K A , Dept. o f Housing, Texas Tech Uni- versity, Lubbock, T X 79409, 806/742-2606
Hariett Hesslin Crum (Glen) (•), 2101 Grayson Avenue, Odessa, T X 79761, 915/366-6579
Frances Wheat Hill (Grady) UK,Box 6, Christoval, TX 76935, 915/896-2527
KEY ALUMS
Colorado Texas
Schuyler Ruhlman Louapre (Henri) 0,220 E. William David Pkwy., Metairie, LA
Terri Parker Marshall (Harry) A T , 253 Atlantic Avenue, Shreveport, L A 71105,
KEY ALUMS
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Vl-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:
Laura Anderson—Albuquerque, Columbia-Jefferson City, Northwest Arkansas, Rio Grande Colony, Tulsa.
Pamela Hathcock d e Zevallos—Austin, Baton Rouge, Beaumont, Denver, Greater Lafayette, Hammond.
Terri Parker Marshall—Alexandria Colony, Houston, Lake Charles/Calcasieu Colony, New Orleans, North Houston Suburban, San Antonio. Gail Province Osborn —Arlington/Mid-Cities, Dallas, Fort Worth, Greater Kansas City, St. Louis, Topeka.
Nancy Shaw Shaheen—-Jonesboro, Little Rock, Monroe, Oklahoma City, Shreveport.
REGION VII
Vice President: Barbara Bierer Long (Kenneth) AP, 2166 Yolanda, Springfield, O R 97477, 503/746-9769
Extension Officer: Julie Hansen Scherer (Douglas), T , 16575 35th NE, Seattle, W A 98155, 206/363-0667
Finance Officer: Susan Daiger Schell (Cary) AT, SE 915 Skylark. Pullman, W A 99163, 509/332-4923 RushOfficer:AnnM.Casale,AP,20S7SNESandyBoulevard,Troutdale,OR97060,503/668-8637(H)206/696-7626
Collegiate Chapter
President
Shari Elsensohn,NE 820 Campus, Pullman,
Chapter Adviser
Kathleen Shenkel Jinks, AT, S.W . 605 Lynette Thomas Personett (Rick) AS,4596
Alpha Gamma
Washington State
University 334-1738 503/293-1364
AlphaPhi Montana State University
Alpha Rho Oregon State University
Alpha Sigma University o f Oregon
Beta Rho
University o f Montana
WA 99163, 509/335-8502
Sharron Henriques, 1119 South Fifth
Aven ue, Bozeman, MT 59715,406/587- 0691
Irene Palacio, 2435 N.W. Harrison, Cor- vallis, O R 97330, 503/757-8171, 674- 4091 (CP)
Kimberly McCormick, 1680 Alder Street, Eugene, O R 97401, 503/485-0665
Amy Schrade, 220 Daly, Missoula, M T 59801, 406/728-2151
Mary Jane Ahrendes Griffanti (Ernest) A * 2904 Colter Avenue, Bozeman, M T 59715, 406/586-5231
Pat Mills Moody (Sid) AS,3329S.W. Cascade Drive, Corvallis, O R 97333. 503/753-1162
Monica Bojarsky Anderson (Reid) AS, 315 E. 36th Avenue, Eugene, O R 97405, 503/345-7948
Renda Greene, BP, 2230 Gerald, Missoula, MT 59801, 406/549-0020
Kathleen Oliver Busch (Bruce) T 5700 29th Avenue, N.E.,Seattle, W A 9810S, 206J 522-1239
Ann Brislawn Beardsley (Cordy) T , 2430 136th Place, SW , Lynnwood, W A 98037, 206/743-2368
Kathleen Oliver Busch
Kathleen Oliver Busch
Kappa Lambda University o f Calgary
Upsilon University o f Washington
Alumnae Chapter
Bozeman Eugene-Springfield Missoula
Pocatello
Portland
Marianne Richardson, P.O. Box 265, Station T, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T 2 H 2G 9, 403/251-4189
Ann Troy, 1906 N E 45th, Seattle, W A 98105, 206/526-7325
President
Beverly Landes Townsend (Bill) .\<pf
Lane, Bozeman, M T 59715, 406/586-6422
Patricia "Pat" Gordon Wrinch (John) K4>, 140 Oakchurch Place, S W Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2V 4B5, 403/281-5745
Barbara Daniell Borth, AP, 3435 37th Avenue. West, Seattle, WA 98199, 206/ 284-0803 (H) 625-1283 (O)
Ann Brislawn Beardsley
Lynette Thomas Personett
DeeDee Duren, 1906 Potter Drive, Boise, ID 83706, 208/344-7054
Beta Sigma
Boise State
University 0868
8040 Lupine Joan Heater, AS, 1680 Alder Street, Eugene,O R
Alumnae Chapter Pullman
Seattle
Spokane Vancouver, B.C.
President
Sherry Hodges Devlin (Vince) XA, 463Styner Avenue, Moscow, ID 83843, 208/882-8879
Julie Hansen Scherer (Douglas)T, 16575 35th, N.E., Seattle, W A 98155, 206/363-0667
Michelle Stipe Riggs (Sandy) AT, N. 823 Woodland Road, Spokane, W A 99216, 509/928-6983
Judit Putti Spence (Kerry) BK, 4128 Virginia Cres- cent, North Vancouver, B.C., Canada V7R 3Zo, 604/980-5154
97401, 503/485-0665
Mary Fillmore, BP, N W 151 Chief Looking Glass
Road, Florence, M T 59833, 406/273-2793
Paige Archibald Brown (Darrell) IA,loOl Saratoga,
Pocatello, ID 83201, 208/237-9054
Elinor Sakrison Bjorklund (Norman) AS, 3637S.W .
Nevada Court, Portland, OR 97219, 503/244-4632
VII-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:
Ann Brislawn Beardsley—Pocatello, Vancouver.
Kathleen Oliver Busch—Bozeman, Eugene-Springfield, Missoula. Lynette Thomas Personett—-Portland, Pullman, Seattle, Spokane.
Regional Director
Crestview, Pullman, W A 99163, 509/ SW Comus Place, Portland, O R °7219,
Kelly Jackson Easton (Robert) B S , 5 1 2 Ann Brislawn Beardsley Village Lane, Boise, ID 83705, 208/385-
REGION VIII
Vice President: Rosemary Kappes Schwierjohn (Roger) I, 11213 N .Slst Drive, Glendale, A Z 85304, 602/979-8299
Extension Officer: Phyllis Austin, NA, 156 W .222nd Street, Carson, C A 90745, 213/834-6215
Finance Officer: Gayle Fitzpatirck AP, 1820 Ardmore Avenue, No. 37, Hermosa Beach, C A 90254, 213/379-4693 (H) 714/850-3118(O ) Rush Officer: Barbara Kramer Rinehart (Vincent) AH, 4052 Mistral Drive, Huntington Beach, C A 92649, 714/840-0873
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Collegiate Chapter
Chi Alpha University of California-Davis
Chi Psi
California Polytechnic State University-
San Luis Obispo
Lambda Beta California State University-Long Beach
Lambda lota University o f California-San Diego
Nu Lambda University of Southern California
Sigma
University of California-Berkeley
President
Alysa Fisher, 2 0 3 First Street, Davis,C A 9S616, 916/756-9889, 753-8841(CP)
Kerry Boyd, Box172, Activities Planning Center, University Union-CPSU, S a n Luis Obispo, C A 93407, 805/549-8545
Ginger Conwell, 3980 East 8 t h Street, Long Beach, C A 90804, 213/433-9117, 433-2957 (CP)
Kendra Gish, Lambda Iota Chapter o f A O n , 8738-7 Villa L a Jolla Drive, La Jolla, C A 92037, 619/457-5535
Darilyn Creighton, 647 W 28th Street,Los Angeles, CA 90007, 213/745-8426, 745- 2556(CP)
Kathryn Curry, 2311 Prospect, Berkeley. CA 94704, 415/540-9152, 845-8163 (CP)
Laura Watson, 9763 Yolanda Avenue, Northridge, C A 91324, 818/993-4639,
Chapter Adviser
Sharon Casey, X A ,920 Cranbrook Court
No. 4, Davis, C A 95616, 916/753-4751 Sarah Burroughs, OO, 2251 Shell Beach
Road N o . 21, Shell Beach, C A 93449, 805/773-2432 (H)546-2145 (O)
Regional Director
Kimberiy Campbell, T , 496 28th Avenue,
San Francisco, C A 94121, 415/o68-5011 Kimberiy Campbell
Sigma P h i
California State
University-Northridge 349-32S0(CP)
Linda Hasencamp Hensiek
Lisa Weisbrod, X*, 18440 Hatteras Street, Apt. 19, Tarzana, C A 91356, 818/705- 1417 (H)213/273-2125 (O)
Lisa Richtermeyer Shemwell (Michael) All. 2031 EI Sereno Avenue, L o s Altos, C A 94022, 415/965-2041 (H) 408/864-5438 (O)
Chris Kiplinger, Z,4502 S.Hardy, Apt. 212, Tempe, A Z 85282, 602/839-1366
Chris Kiplinger
President
Janie Little Steckenrider (Troy) I, 834 Balboa,
Arcadia, C A 91006, 213/445-6424
Mary Riley Michel (Robert) NO, 3126 W .Beck Lane,
Phoenix, A Z 85023, 602/866-9068
Colleen Hise Munson (Charles) AP, 8040 Magnolia
Avenue No. 5, Riverside, C A 92504, 714/687-0618 Janet Jensen, X A , 430o Elizabeth, Sacramento, C A
95821, 916/445-5294 MargaretVanHemert,T,452Westmont Court,
Bonita, C A 92002, 619/421-0813
Phyllis Casteel Cilson (Stanley) I * . 0628
Woodlake Avenue, Canoga Park. C A 91307, Marlou Weinzerl, Ai. 1332 Glen Eyrie Avenue, San
Jose, C A 95125, 408/298-3791
Christine Conlon Hollingshead (Philip) U K , 1699
Parrott Drive, San Mateo, CA94402,415/349-0654 Heidi Herlong, TA,Suite No.162,1llo-A 8 Street,
Manhattan Beach, C A 90266, 213/318-6651 Penne Benson Ferrell (James) N A , 24701 Raymond
Way No.24,EIToro, C A92630, 714/770-2364 Susan Arnold Targove K A , 7930 Pyracantha Place,
Tucson, A Z 85741, 602/744-4374
Susan Johnston Durely (Earle) £<!>, 3035 Poppy
Court, Thousand Oaks, C A 91360, 805/492-936O
Theta Omega Susan Kahon, NAU, C.U. B o x7617, Flag-
Northern Arizona staff, A Z 86011, 602/S23-3432
University 3659
Alumnae Chapter
Bakersfield Colony
Diablo Valley East B a y Glendale Hawaii
Long Beach
Los Angeles
Marin County
Monterey
Northern California Council
Northern Orange County
Palo Alto
KEY ALUMS Nevada Henderson
Las Vegas
President
Julienne Marie Toures Brandon (David) AB, 2715
Noble Avenue, Bakersfield, C A 93306, 805/ 834-5806
Stell Hart Eriksen (LeRoy) T, 861 Stonehaven, Walnut Creek, C A 94598, 415/939-7360
Jocelyn Herrick, 1, 3561 Lakeshore, Apt. B, Oakland, CA 94610, 415/832-3901
Barbara Dean Kapell (George, Ir.) KB, 4420 Lowell Avenue, LaCrescenta, C A 91107, 818/249-5034
KayWeekHangai(Robert)T,7522KahakuloaStreet, Honolulu, H I 96825, 808/395-1335
Christine Evans Vargas (Ismael) A B , 1541 Palais Road, Anaheim, C A 92802, 714/774-1917 818/887-9344 (H)885-3740 (O)
Tamara Warren, N A , 630 Orange Grove Avenue, South Pasadena, C A 91030, 818/799-5045
Marjorie Kennedy Lupton (Earl) K B ,P.O. Box85, Olema, C A 90950, 415/663-1643
Gloria Kellogg Knickerbocker (Calvin) A,P.O.Box 502, Pebble Beach, C A 93953, 408/624-9284
Dorothy Bishop Garber (Charles) A,3690 Hastings Court, Lafayette, C A 94549, 415/283-2056
Pat Phillips Piper (Hunter) B O , 1036 Magnolia, Placentia, C A 92670, 714/996-5139
Patti Batchelor Penning (David) 0, 1970 Oakdell Drive, Menlo Park, C A 94025, 415/326-7822
Mary Daly Enwall (Robert) IA,348 Bekasina Drive, Henderson, N V 89015, 702/454-0034
Sherlene Stonner Parson (William) All, 4165 E. Judson Avenue, Las Vegas, N V 89115,702/438-9422
Alumnae Chapter
Pasadena
Phoenix
Riverside Sacramento SanDiego
San Fernando Valley
San Jose
San Mateo
South BayPalos Verdes
Southern Orange County
Tucson
Ventura County
VIII-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:
Kimberiy Campbell—Amador-Livermore Valley, Marin County, Monterey, Sacramento.
Chris Kiplinger—Pasadena, Phoenix, SanFernando Valley, Tucson.
Lisa Richtermeyer Shemwell—Diablo Valley, East Bay,Hawaii, Palo Alto, SanJose, San Mateo.
Linda Hasencamp Hensiek—Long Beach, Northern Orange County, Riverside, San Diego, South Bay/Palos Verdes, Southern Orange County. Lisa Weisbrod—Bakersfield Colony, Glendale, Los Angeles, Ventura.
Milagro Ann Velasco, AB, 2080 1/2 Maple
Avenue, Costa Mesa, C A 92627, 714/
650-3299 818/796-3326
Marilyn Rose Herman (Gerald) T ,531 Fern Glen, LaJolla, C A 92037, 619/456-2406
Cindy Nolting, N A, 4333 Stern Avenue, Apt. 108, Sherman Oaks, C A 91423, 213/907-7942 (H)820-3753 (O)
Sue Garvin, 6X, 2095 California Street, Apt. 206, San Francisco, C A 94104, 415/ 567-4552
Jackie Erenberg Hartmann (Tom) £<t>,10606 Collett Avenue, Granada Hills, CA 91344, 818/893-3S34 (H)805/255-4737 (O)
Lillian Palmer Baker (Richard) Bfl, 1508 N . Aztec, Flagstaff, A Z 86001, 602/774-
Linda Hasencamp Hensiek (Barry) AB, 2794 E. Orange Grove, Pasadena, C A 91107,
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Chi Delta President Honored
Tamra Nottingham, Chi Delta chapter, University of Colorado Boulder, has received the 1986 Perry Award as AOITs most outstanding col- legiate chapter president. Tamra has excelled beyond her duties as collegiate president. Her commitment, en- thusiasm and dedication to the principles and philosophy of AOII has made her truly worth this recognition.
Tamra earned the distinction of being one of the most loved and respected members of the chapter. She is truly a phenomenon. She has a personality that welcomes you most warmly and genuinely. She has the intelligence to interest and challenge you. She has the soul and spirit to befriend and love you. And she has the sense of humor to surprise and keep you guessing.
Under Tamra's leadership, many changes have taken place in her chapter that have resulted in better chapter operation and harmony. Chi Delta has risen in Greek scholastic standing from 11th to 3rd. Her commitment to effective pledge programming and initiation of 90% of pledge classes resulted in C h i Delta winning the Outstanding Pledge Program Award at the Panhellenic Awards Banquet. Tamra encouraged more member involvement in campus organizations, community and Panhellenic. Her encouragement led to Chi Delta winning the Philos Award at the 1985 AOII International Conven- tion. Open communication was set up within A O n on the international, regional and local level by alumnae newsletters, accurate and timely chapter and officer reports, and the dis- tribution of resource ma terial to officers and chapter members.
For many chapter members, however, her most outstanding contribution was giving them a better understanding and respect for Ritual. Tamra takes Ritual very seriously. She loves to talk about how specific passages from Ritual apply to everyday happenings and experiences. One who has shared Ritual given by Tamra knows how much she believes in the Ritual because she expresses herself so clearly and emotionally. She moves all those who attend Ritual.
Tamra has been a very organized presi- dent. Besides her work within AOn, she has found time to be involved in various extra-curricular activities at school, have an active social life, and keep her grades at 3.5 while majoring in finance.
The Perry Award honors Founder Stella George Stern Perry. It was estab- lished at the 1959 Convention and was first awarded at the 1961 Convention.
Tamra Norringham, Perry Award
Stella was a great champion of the young. She insisted upon simplicity, dignity, and integrity in all that we do. It is, therefore, appropriate that the award to honor her and carry her name go each year to the one collegiate president who serves as an exceptional inspiration to her chapter members, and fellow students.
Tau Omicron Celebrates
20 Years
Tau Omicron chapter recently held its 20th Anniversary celebration. Nine charter members returned for the event to view the changes that had occurred in the past 20 years.
The celebration began with Ritual for all collegians and alumnae. Ritual was followed by an open house at the AOFI lodge. For many alumnae, it was their first visit to UTM since the start of the chapter. Collegians enjoyed hearing stories from alumnae on how much things had changed.
A banquet was held later that evening in the University Center Ballroom. The banquet room was decorated in red and white and there were pandas and roses everywhere. Twenty years of pictures
Winner.
The Perry Award is administered by three past international presidents appointed by the Executive Board, each serving a staggered term of six years. Serving in these positions this past year were Joan Deathe MacCallum, Chairman, Mary Louise Filer Roller, and Eleanor Dietrich MacCurdy.
and scrapbooks were displayed along the walls.
Charter member Ann Yarbro McCoin spoke on the founding of the chapter and its development through the years. For- mer chapter president Tracey Cline spoke on A O n today and recognized the individ- ual accomplishments of present members.
Regional Vice-President Nancy Bowers compared the chapter to the life of a child. She spoke of how Tau Omicron was born, then entered a period of adolescence and had finally reached adulthood.
Collegiate members entertained the au- dience with favorite songs of AOFI, many which had been handed down through the years. The banquet ended with a friendship circle in which old and young in AOO joined hands and stood as one.
The evening was topped off by a dance at the Elk's Lodge in Dresden, Tennessee. It ended a day of re- membrance of 20 years of sisterhood and excellence for Alpha Omicron Pi.
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Chapter Consultants Begin
Tour of Duty
Back row, from left, Diane Wakeley, Chi Delta; Malene Demaree, Pi Alpha, Sonya Thomas, TauDelta; Colleen Emery, Upsilon. Front row, Lynne McMullin, Kappa Omicron; Patty Compton, Phi; Sherri Clark, Gamma Delta.
Colleen Emery, Upsilon, University of Washington. Colleen, an English major, has been involved with the As- sociated Students of the University of Washington, Students Against Multiple Sclerosis, College Republicans, and Pi Omicron Sigma Greek honorary. She has served her chapter as Vice Presi- dent/Pledge Educator and C O B Rush Chairman.
Lynne McMullin, Kappa Omicron, Rhodes College. Lynne, a Biology major, has been active with the Health Professions Society, Rhodes Writer Group, Rhodes Freshmen Counselor, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and Rhodes Science Journal. She has served her chapter as Corresponding Secretary, Historian, and Vice President/Pledge Educator.
Sonya Thomas, Tau Delta, Birmingham-Southern College. Sonya, an Accounting/Business major, has been active with National Association of Accountants and Presidents' Student Service Organization. She has served her chapter as President and Public Relations Chairman.
Diane Wakeley, Chi Delta, University of Colorado. Diane, an English major, has been active in intramural sports and spent her junior year abroad as an exchange student at the University of Bordeaux in Bordeaux, France. Diane served as Social Chairman.
The Chapter Consultant position is an excellent way for women to start their careers upon graduation. T h e experience packed in the seven months of service would be hard to find in any other job straight out of college. Would you like to learn more about being a Chapter Consultant for AOI1? Just fill out the tear-out coupon below!
Alpha Omicron Pi is pleased to have seven outstanding recent graduates serving as Chapter Consultants for the next seven months. As Chapter Con- sultants, this staff will visit every chapter of AOIL In addition, the staff will make extended visits to our new col- legiate colonies.
Serving as Chapter Consultants this year are:
Sherri Clark, Gamma Delta, Uni- versity of South Alabama. Sherri, a Marketing major, has been active on the Board of Residents, a dorm program- ming committee, and on the Panhellenic Review Board. She has served her own chapter as Assistant Rush Chairman, Informal Rush Chairman, Songleader, and Songfest Chairman.
Patty Compton, Phi, University of Kansas. Patty, a Business Administration/ Computer Sciences major, has been active on the Greek Endeavor Commit- tee, Senior Committee, and the Dorm Social Committee. She has served her chapter as Rush Chairman, Member- ship Education Chairman, and Chapter Relations Committee member.
of Louisville. Malene, a Psychology major, has been active on the Arts and Sciences Student Council, Women's Varsity Cheerleader Squad, Women's Varsity Soccer Team, Rho Lambda,and Order of Omega. A charter member of Pi Alpha, Malene has served as Rush Chairman, Keeper of the Ritual, and Chapter Relations Committee member.
Malene Demaree, Pi Alpha, University
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A Message from The Foundation President:
This is an exciting time to be President of the AOTT Foundation. On behalf of the Directors, thank you for your enthusiastic support of all funds under the auspices of the Foundation.
At our April annual foundation meeting, held at Headquarters in Nashville, we accomplished many things. Among them awarding of two arthritis research grants—one at Tufts Medical School (Boston), for S36.000 and another at Northwestern Medical School (Evanston. IL), for S15.000. These grants are due to your generous response to raising funds for arthritis
r esear ch.
This year the annual aii-aiumnae solicitation called the Development fund met with the greatest success since its inception. Alumnae members of our fraternity donated over S86.000. The donors are listed in this issue of To Dragma. Because of the continued success of this campaign, the foundation Directors have voted to continue this ongoing campaign tor next year. With the use of our new computer in Headquarters, we intend to be able to reach each member more efficiently and economically. As we increase our profit, we are able to return more educational iunding to AOTT. This year AOT\ used the educational funds for Chapter Consultant Leadership Training. TSAE Educational Seminars. Officer Training Materials and Manuals. Convention and Leadership Conference educational materials, and rental of audio/visual equipment at all training sessions.
\Nhile in Nashville we met with representatives from First American Sank Trust department and gave them further direction as to the types of investments we want them to make on the Foundation's behalf. Each year we are showing a significant profit in all Foundation investments.
During our meeting, lynne Johnston. OJF President, met with us to discuss mutual concerns of our Foundations. We discussed ways to improve our communication between the two groups and we developed avenues of mutual interest regarding fund-raising in the next year. As a result, the month of February, in agreement with the Executive Board of AGTT. has been designated philanthropy fund-raising month tor DJF.
The Foundation Bylaws have been updated to contorm with all Sylaws of our fraternity.
The directors have decided to combine a new Endowment Fund campaign with a countdown to our 100th Anniversary. This decade of endowment is further described in this issue and you will receive more information about it as the year progresses. It is the goal of the Foundation to raise one million dollars tor Endowment by t997. No small task, but attainable and realistic. Again, our collegiate chapters are leading the way in contributing to the Endowment Fund and the generous donation from Jessie Marie Cramer has started our campaign with a bang. We hope that all of you will consider contributing to the Endowment Fund in the coming year.
Two representatives ttom the national office of the Arthritis Foundation visited our meeting to talk about mutual interests and concerns regarding our support of arthritis-nationally. We discussed thoroughly the difference between our chapter's fund-raising projects specifically designated for arthritis research grants and local fund-raising projects designated tor arthritis through AF. There is a distinct difference and our dialogue opened up ways to increase understanding between ourselves and our goals (arthritis research grants) and their concept of our goals. We agreed that increased education is needed so our members are careful to designate which fund they are raising money for and that that money is then returned to the proper fund. We have started our educational campaign at Leadership Conferences with the Foundation representatives addressing this issue directly with the delegates. This will be continued with handouts and mailings from HQ this tall Articles in To Dragma and The Piper will further highlight the difference between giving to AOTT Arthritis Research Grant fund mailed to HQ and the Arthritis Foundation located in Atlanta. At the same time, the Arthritis Foundation will conduct an educational campaign among their chapters to attempt to eliminate the confusion on their part.
This year our grants from the Ruby fund have increased considerably. That is an indication of the needs of our sisters. v our donations to the Ruby Fund have been generous this year and allowed the Fund to grow by $10,000. Look at the article in this issue for further information on your ftuby fund.
Present levels of giving, however, are only an indication of what our membership is capable of doing. We are \ust beginning to hit our stride. It is not presumptuous to suggest that we can triple the amounts that are given today to reach our 10 year goal of S1.000.000 by our 100th Anniversary in m7 .
All donations that you send in go for special graduate tuition grants, educational funding, helping sisters in need, and all extra educational projects that cannot be supported from fraternity dues and fees. An example: when the Foundation funds a part of leadership training materials, the Fraternity is relieved of that expense and thus can fund other much needed f r a t e r n i t y p r o g r a m s .
Our Foundation is looking forward to another successful and progressive year. With your help and generous support, we can do it for AOTT. Thank you tor 1985. and thank you on behalf of the those AOTTs whose lives your gifts have enriched.
Fraternally.
Sarbara Oaugs Hunt
Alpha Omicron Pi Philanthropic foundation, Inc. / Z&2\ Qleghorn Avenue / Nashville, Tennessee i72\5


Development Fvmfe
The Philanthropic Foundation is pleased to salute and publicly thank all alumnae who have supported Alpha Omicron Pi through donations to the Development Fund. Moreover, those alumnae who have done so year after year deserve very special recognition. The Philanthropic Foundation is pleased to honor those alumnae listed below in the designated categories of cumulative giving over the years.
The following alumnae have supported the Philanthropic Foundation during the past year, since July 1,1985. We deeply appreciate your continuing support.
SUSTAINING MEMBER
ALPHA BarnardCollege Hester M. Rusk
OTHER
ALPHA BETA Florida Atlantic U. Lucille Ann Felice
SUSTAINING MEMBER
ALPHA CHI
Western Kentucky U.
Sylvia Rae Hallenberger Klein Karen Jean Fiddelke Towell
OTHER ALPHA CHI
Rchel Smith Allen
Karen Jeanne Miley Bere
Marsha Louise Bird Bordas Juanita Lynn Overhults Brown Susan Spieser Choate
Jane Violette Fergus
Antonia Harris Flowers
Brenda Gail Clark Gottula
Alice Haneline Griffin
Johnnie Katherine Huey
Rebecca June Johnson
Mildred Ann Killian
Wennifer Lynn Knowles
Kathleen P. Rutherford Malinovsky Elizabeth Armin Soil Rhodes Roberta Joanne Steder
Bianca Ann Browning Warner
Mary Carol Baxley Morgan Carla Jana Oliver Peacock Connie Diane Pickett
Lisa Ann Ratliff
Lisa Elaine Hart Reynolds
Virginia J o y Lewis Rhea
Elizabeth Archer Thompson Ripley Susan Lynne McCullough Shenefield Denise Arden Simmons
Lori Lynn Thornton
Mary Ella Haughton Vinson
SPONSOR
ALPHA GAMMA Washington State U.
Susan Camille Wayenberg Hinz
SUSTAINING MEMBER ALPHA GAMMA
Debbie A n n Hernas
Agnes Genevieve Smick Knott Carol Louise Garretson Redman Mildred Mary Hunt Vatnsdal
OTHER
ALPHA GAMMA
Elma Lenore Morse Adams Pamela J o Ahlf
Bonnie Jo Johnson Aim Julie M. Beckel
Linda Faye Broeckel
Nora Diane Carlson
Janet llene Lehn Connors Julie Anne Elsensohn Judy Stein Falk
Diane Marie Standerfer France Evelyn Maxine Krause Hickman Opal Irene Jenkin Hill
Adria Veleke Hubbard
SUSTAINING MEMBER Albina M. Crottogini Collins Marsha Louise Bell Costello
OTHER ALPHA PI
Rita Leddy Baker
Cheryl Lee Bender
Jane Sutton Black
Sue Lynne Buchman
Valerie Moore Clayton Angela Amelia Griley Creed Joyce Ann Hix Dannecker Mary Eloise Davis
Lucinda Lee Homko Filomio Karen Glendinning Givens Agnes Gertrude Goss
Robin L. Kimble Green Lucile Dale Haag
Betty Jo Miller flolshouser
Pamela Ann Mathis Hoveland
Barbara Adelaide Greene Hutchison Bobbie Maxine McFee James
Dorothy Louise Kish Kurras
Katharine Louise Martin
Mary Katherine Mask Michael
Laurie Marlene Baraz Myers
Judith Lesley Bladwin Peckham Kathleen Margaret Mullarky Richards Sylvia McAdams Richardson
Sara A n n Parise Ridolph
Hazel Caroline Noe Smoak
Deborah A n n Sorsby
Gwendolyn Jean Hopkins Tenold
Esta Coverman Tishgart
Alisa Ellen McKelvey Tjaden
Lynn Carol Anthertz Valerius
Ruth Emilie Skacil Valois
Marjorie Theresa Parker Wessel
PATRON
ALPHARHO Oregon State U. Veroka Wampler Morrison
SUSTAINING MEMBER ALPHARHO
Natalie Louise Essig Cantrell Carol Ann Cooper
Jeannetta Rice Hewitt
Melba Hartzell Hicklin
Helen Knips
Clara Knips Sharp
Anne Reid Steele
Margaret Yvonne Torgier Davis Anita Kellogg Gibson
Suanne Kay Peterson Jaynes SUSTAINING MEMBER Lonnie Marie Kremer Kaufman
ALPHA DELTA
U. of Alabama
Moria Elizabeth Judas Smith
OTHER ALPHA DELTA
Leisa Barton
Myra Lynne Beason
Mary Lillian Stinson Bell
Cheryl Mayo Duncan Brantly Tamara Diane Brown
Joanne Lessman Bruno
Mary Lynn Buffler Bryant Sarlyn Lee Burdette
Jennifer Lynne Manasco Busby Carla Mane Black Callahan Alyce Leigh Cobb
Diane Jeannine Collins Edgeton Dorothy Page Farmer Frey Melissa Lee Barton Hagopian Mary Lynn Hanily
Susan Hollon
Maritzabel C. Rodriguez Hyde Carole Ruth Jurenko Jones Patricia A n n Lavin Kisling Susan Maykish Barnes Kyle Joy McNees Lambert
Rose Mae Jones Mackie Joanne Marie McKelvey
Peggy Lenore Moss Ostrander Susan Jane Daiger Schell
Judy Burks Moore Mathis
Carol Ann Ross McCord Elizabeth Grant Molett McKinney Catherine Ann Taylor Moore
$2500 Founders' Roll
$1000 President's Roll
$500 Patron
$250 Sponsor
$125 Sustaining Member
Denise Lyunn Novacoff
Lynn Standerfer
Terri Kay Stremel
Cheri Lynn Stremel
Jane Marian Trotzer
Patricia Louise Maslac Vallandigham Stepahanie Watson
Lon Suzanne Wegner Lori Ann Wilson Sheri Marie Wright
OTHER
ALPHA KAPPA
U.of NorthAlabama
Mary Louise Barnes-Ogle Angela Leigh Cofield Theresa Ann Collins Davis Robin Renee French
Linda Hyde
Susan Melinda French Lowrey Cynthia Marie Porch
SPONSOR
ALPHAOMICRON LouisianaStateU.
Mary Elizabeth O'Connor Gadwell
Sprague
ALPHAOMICRON
Margaret Bres Abshire
Bonnie Marie Dunlap
Irma Marie Louise Kenney Gilmer Susan Hardin Mahon
Nancy Ellen Hollenbeck Mouliere
OTHER
ALPHA OMICRON
Beverly Ann Ryland Babb Lyle Vivian Maier Bayle Vijean Louise Piazza Burden Gail Ann Duteil Cellos
Alice Sue Reese Cooney Mary Elizabeth Olsen Duke Louise Claudia Smith Hall Gayle Ann Ahern Keller Mary Diane Benton Murphy Susan Ethel Parry
Jane Ann Marker Snook Gwendolyn Claire Geiger Karen Maria lehle Zeretzke
PATRON
ALPHA PHI Montana State U. Blanche E. Franklin Chilcote
Margaret Ann Olson Crennen Julie Ann Paugh Curd
Bess Barbara Phillips Daum Nancy Diehl Dear
Virginia Elizabeth Warner Demers Mila Margaret Parkin Divers
Mary Ursula Egan
Karen Lee Olson Egged
Gretchen Estelle Thornton Frisby Mary Louise Bladwin Gage Dorothy Alice Hoffman Gander Judith Kay Castles Golberg Virginia Sherriff McCoy Good Susan Jane Horrom Hampton Jean Leverich Lenham Hansen Diana Lentz Hart
Watson
Mary Blake Lodge
Sheri Lynn Luft
Margaret Lois Linfield
Marjory Helen Wampler Mayfield Penny Joh Bowlin Meeks
Jean Julie Stehlik Miller
Lou Ann Valjacic Montgomery Nancy Ruth Stenson Moore Oriel Campbell Morphey Maxine McElvain Oorien
Janie Mayfield Ozimek
Mary Francesca Palffy
SUSTAINING MEMBER Margy Burgess Peterson Genevieve Hall Rees
ALPHA PHI
Angela Amelia Griley
Etta Verna Haynes Dobbin
Mary Danielson Drummond Lucile Dale Haag
Joan Elizabeth Hansen Jacobsen Mary Katherine Mask Michael Lorene Alice Stranahan
Verna Marie Willis
OTHER ALPHA PHI
LaDonna Marie Preuninger Bergman Jean Vansice Berry
Kathleen Helen Smith Brinkman Judith Selma Doering Carlsson Joanne Marie Johnston Coleman
Peggy Glass Scott Reeves Shirley Mae Anderson Rothwell Charlotte Benson Scarlett
Gyla Margaret Marmont Smith Martha Josephine Wright Suter Naomi Catherine Cool Sweeney Daryl Davis Todd
Beverly Landes Townsend Carol A n n Raffl Vorpahl
Susan Jean Wallace
Ginger Lynn Stanley Walter
SPONSOR
ALPHA PI
Florida State U.
Patricia Kay Donaldson Cox Julia Kennon Dunn
Oriel Campbell Morphey
Creed
Katherine Teresa Kane
Laurie Hermansen
Kathleen Edna Vaughn Holm Lillian Georgina Krulatz Hughes Linda Jean Bourdet Hurless Marth Lee Pope Hutchison Eunice Jone Hunt Hutton Beverly Elise Vatcher Koppang Kim Laden
Alpha Omicron Pi Philanthropic Foundation Giving Levels
The Foundation is pleased to honor its alumnae who reach certain cumulative giving levels. All gifts received within each campaign year compound your cumulative total. The following levels have been esta blished:
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FOUNDATION'S ASSETS INCREASED FOR 1986
OTHER ALPHA RHO
Cynthia Lynn Androsky
Lori Ann Bertelson
Gretchen Lynn Bree Brown Natalie Louise Essig Cantrell Carol Joyce Clark
Patricia Joan Mills Moody
Leona Melva Hostetler Mosher Linda Cherie Upham Moulton
Luola Benge Rehfeld
Vera Snow Reid
Carol Ann Emmons Rose
Vivian Adele Troy Rufh
Nonearle French Ryder
Jean Alice Carkin Sanesi
Mary Catherine Shrauger
Anne Claire Samper Shrock Nadyne Neet Simmons
Joanne Beth Ward Smith
Laurie Beth Buonocore Stackhouse Audrey Williams Stevens
Debra Diane Taylor
Lynette Rae Thomas-Personett Donna Jane Ketchum Westtall Hazel Luella Jeffryes Young
OTHER
ALPHA THETA Coe College
Jann Alicia Erickson Beckham Rose Marie Boalbey
Heidi Ann Buss
Peggy Ann Hoffman Fermier Catrrieen Pamela Murray Huning Jennifer Mary Martin
Linda Garrett Martin McLaughlin Laurie Marie Meade
Deborah Anne Smith Noonan Sara Marie Thompson
Sharon K. Vanfleet Katherine Jane Wilson Stephanie Jill Yanaga
SPONSOR
ALPHA TAU
Denison U.
Dorothy Elma Hartshorn Kortepeter Julia Ann Mills Littlejohn
Irma Grace Hudson Morrow
SUSTAINING MEMBER ALPHA TAU
Jean Rhosa King Brown
Natalie Elizabeth Cowan Scharre Margaret Lucille VanHorn Stearns Jane Craol Wonders Stitt
Mildred Hull Sweeder
Mary Edith Myers Taylor
ALPHA TAU
Mary Virginia Lay Barhoover Lucy Virginia Bell
Janet Norma Pierce Conway Natalie Joan Hasbrook Delporte Virginia Louise Garnham Deltzel Frances Emily Riebel Fullerton Grace Evangeline Smith Greene Josephine Arthur Hedges Joanne Ruth Neumeister Hoppe Irene Koerner
Carol Irene Maxwell Kolsti Joanne Elizabeth Kunz
Karin Klitgaard Lightner Kathryn Viola Luebben Beverly Louise Berman Mack Margery Wiltgen Male
Harriet Eleanor Fellman Meissner Anne Matthews Morlan
Mary Helen Estey Nash
Lillian Henderson King Nicholl Cora Evelyn Case Noges
Barbara Florence Denison O'Connor Mary Elizabeth Atwater Smith
Doris Ruth Gregg Smith
Jane Wilson On
Cockerill Sweeder
Helen Lucille Krueger Wahlers Marjorie Lois Jump Walker Cynthia Alice Hilker Wargo Wilda Grace Wiest Webster
1984 $201,600.00 1985 273,000.00 1986 322,579.00
Jo Irene Steagall Clark
janice Lynne Taylor Cogdill
Carol Ann Cooper
Patricia Jo Ames Coulthard
Shirley Louise Abrams Davis Marcia Elains Kenyon Dobry
Sally Jo McConnell Galver
Lucile Lydia Moss Harlow Jeannetta Rice Hewitt
Melba Hartzell Hicklin
Margaret McLeod Horwege
Molly Carolyn Taylor Jackson Georgena Pettingel Samson Knapp Barbara Lee Bierer Long
Helen Bacon McCain
Vickie Michelle Warren McClain Terri Ann Monetti
Kathryn Nash
Myrnie Esther Clayton Neil
Rozina E. Blake Owens
Catherine Ann Prior
Geneva Hale Quigley
Susan Anita Shepherd Romano
Esther Nordstrom Skeleton Audrey Wiencken Smith
Mary Louise Korvola Smith Janet Forrest Doeneka Smith Anne Reid Steele
Irene Dorothy Bumstead Thelen Mary Anne Walker Vorfeld Meredith Jean Thomson Walters Kimra Kay Warren
Christine Marie Kennedy Wheeler Tekla June Nye White
Bonnie Gayle Wyland
PATRON
ALPHA SIGMA
U. of Oregon
Helen Scott Cantine Dunn Barbara Evelyn Hollis McMilan
SPONSOR ALPHA SIGMA
Peggy Jane Peebler Decker
OTHER ALPHA SIGMA
Joane Claire Herbranson Ageter
Joyce Evelyn Newberg Allen Jeannette Thielema Harbert Anderson Dorothy Josephine Jensen Ayers Patricia McKenna Beard
Lois Elinor Sakrison Biorklund Ruth Crary Holmes Boling
Betty Jeanne Clark
Margaret Yvonne Torgler Davis Ruth Ellen Dexter
Frances Dodds
Mildred Gwendolyn Vaughan Draper Darci Jenell Sullivan Duffy
Hariette Wave Anderson Ellersick Clarice M. Duling Elliott
Geraldine Walker Flagle
Anita Kellogg Gibson
Lanora Marie Newell Golphenee Cheryl Kathleen Filer Hallquist Heather Black Hess
Harriett Anna Banbury Holland Jewell Bauman Hult
Dorothy Ellen Curtis Jensen
Jane Mirick Abriel Jones
Kathlene Jean Keller
Edith Element Laborde
Nancy Elizabeth Leake
Eleanor Marie Anderson Littlejohn Dorothy Leila Hallin Miller
1984 1985 1986
ANNUAL INCOME
]] =lnvestment Income
$23,600 35,200 24,398
1984 1985 1986
PHILANTHROPY & ASSISTANCE TO FRATERNITY
^Contributions
1984 $ 45,000 1985 150,000 1986 156,941
=Arthritis Research Grants
O = A 0 T T Education Grant
H =Ruby Fund Program Services
1984 $ 46,000 1985 62,000 1986 110,000
TOTAL ASSETS
1984 1985 1986
ENDOWMENT FUND
(Included in Assets)
1984
1985
1986
$ 9,378 27,657 32,265


OTHER
BETA CHI
Kentucky Wesleyan College
Elizabeth Jeanne Lyons Roy Sally Jane Magruder Standiford
OTHER
BETA EPSILON
Bemidji State U.
Jennifer Jane Babst
Judith Erickson
Nancy Lee Ainsworth Flynn
SPONSOR
BETA GAMMA
Michigan State U.
Susan Dana Elder
Patricia Ann Velliquette Koproski Irene Florence Wager Oestrike
SPONSOR
BETA PHI
Indiana U.
Edith Elizabeth Huntington Anderson
Julie Nagel
Mary June Cave Nordhoff Nona Joyce Neff Oesterle May Irene Lester Patterson Mildred Cooper Peters
Julie Anne Pope
Linda Gail Bruce Potter Jeannette Lynn Prange
SPONSOR
BETA THETA Butler U.
Mary Alice Burch Fizer
OTHER BETA THETA
Ruth McClurg Brown
Jasmine Mildred Bush Donahue
lone H. Agnew Duval
Frances Elizabeth Shera Fessler Frances Mary Richardson McCully Virginia Katheryn Sheely Thompson Lucile Palmer Wright
SPONSOR
CHI Syracuse U.
Irene Marie K. Becker Ferguson Martha Lois Garrahan Hazard
SUSTAINING MEMBER CHI
Barbara Ann Ernst Bruening
Alice Sage Reeve Cannon
Marcia Lynette Bond Evans Beverly Jane Datlo Martino Marjorie Frances Kincaid Mclntyre
OTHER CHI
Ruth Aphia Vincent Barber
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Mary Emma Brodbeck Peterson Manba Lovinia Morse Rogers Margaret L. Austin Smart!
Helen Frances Janota Taylor
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OTHER
CHI BETA
U. of Virginia
Cynthia Ann Akers Susan Lynn Sandridge Jane Lee Best Wehland
SPONSOR
CHI DELTA
U. of Colorado
Elizabeth Louise McCarver Tolson
SUSTAINING MEMBER CHI DELTA
Sydney Ann Arner
Paula Gene Barta
Jane Beard
Ruth Ann Olson Galchell
Marilyn June Kennedy Goss
Effie Lucetta Gleason Miles
Joanne Inez Bruland Odwyer
Diane Constance Panagakis Rouman Mary Rebecca Shook Weinberg
OTHER
CHI DELTA
Ruth Irene Stewart Anderson Kay Ann Apostolas
Deborah Henderson Arney Eleanor Ann Yockers Becher Frances Benson
Marcia Ruth Hunt Brewer
Darilyn Dorothy Awes Brown Amelia Logan Brown
Yvonne Heather Tobias Burry
Jane Anderson Mannweiler Cardea Judy Ann Carlson
Leslie Joan Helhena Delaney Frances Jean Kracha Dias
Imogene Hadley Dodson
Mary Lordina Kasic Duffy
Laverne Long Ferguson
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Nancy Kay Bates Heard
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Judith Carol Keck Hutchison
Karen Kay Driver James
Nancy Lorraine Setter Karl
Valerie Joyce Kohlman
Marjie Louise Arbaugh Lamar Elaine Beverly Sterling Lindquist Jean Ann Hopler Luce
Florence Belle Miller Lynch
Susan Elizabeth Reid Mattern Leslie Jane Nissen Maynard
Paul Dallas Sparre McLean Charmion Phyllis Briggs McMillan Beth Ellen Lewis Milam
Beverly Ann Lutz Morse
Rita Denise C. Phelan
Norma Sally Yankocy Riffel
Carol Joy Harrington Roehrs
Mary Ellen McElwain Sewell
Joan Carol Halliwell Simmons Joan Doris Lott Starika
Carol Jean Oeardorff Strawbridge Mary Dollar Rose White
Oeborah A. Wilson
Patricia Joan Bechtel Winter
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CHI LAMBDA
U.ofEvansville
Elizabeth Ann Romine Coffey Mary Antoinette Reitz
SUSTAINING MEMBER CHI LAMBDA
Carolyn Anne Patterson Brown Catherine Marie Fondong Mabel Snyder Landis
OTHER
CHI LAMBDA
Juli Marie Shikany Batunno Virginia Allen Beesley
SUSTAINING MEMBER BETA GAMMA
Marjorie Louis Dinan Bouck Helen Holltster Lee Foster Molly Howell
Sharon Ruth McKee
Carol Ethel Wolfe Mendrick Joanne Shirely Nelson Nowak Louise Muncie Roenm
Donna Ruth Messenger Row Sandra Irene Obeshaw Slee
OTHER
BETA GAMMA
Jane Elaine Engel Allen
Sally Joann Carlson Burch
Anne MacMillan Clute
Mry Elizabeth Moore Jedynak Joanne Attwood Kettles
Judy Ann Miller Kruger
Barbara J. Spehar Millington Marylyn Ann Hileman Neuder Constance Joan Quigley Overby Wilma Jeanette Pinch Peek
Mabel Fern Peterson
Charlene Ellen Brown Potter
Mary Lee Dierker Reifer
Marjorie Elaine Doster Sutherland Carol Des Jardins Wilcox
Marcia Martin Ruhling Winner
SUSTAINING MEMBER
BETA KAPPA
U. of British Columbia Barbara Bea McTavish Thurston
OTHER BETA KAPPA
Deborah Marjorie James Leslie Janet MacLean Lavenie Lily Bird Perkins
SUSTAININGMEMBER
BETA LAMBDA Illinois Wesleyan U. Kathy Dueball
OTHER
BETA LAMBDA
Carroll Mites Bross
Constance Gail Estko Cooper Elizabeth Ann Formentini Stephanie J. Hobson Gutner
Ann Bloomquist Hougham
Nancy Kay Idoux
Carolan Jones
Vera Adaline Killion
Lorrie Lynn Johnson Leahigh Susan Dennison Hoffman Pedersen Karen Lee Schmitt
Ingrid Heidi Latimer Schulz
Elinor Diane Brown Thorstenson Janice Lee Baur Wilks
BETA PHI
Juliana Nancy Bane Bordner Yvonne Jean Park Boseker Frances Cordelia Baylor Guenther Ruth Harpole Mueller Kleymeyer Margery Carole Laycock
Marjorie Anne Boyd Lind
Laura Eleanora Gilliam McDowell Mary Ruth Whiteley McKnight
Ruth McKorkle
Selma Pauline Drabing Pond
Mary Elizabeth Mcllveen Rose Elaine Marie Luebbe Schultheis Mary Ellen Jenkins Whitlock Geneva Winifred Crayden Wiseman Carolyn Jane Feutz Zehendner
OTHER BETA PHI
Florence Louise Rich
Robin Ann Roberts
Linda Rae Runkle
Helen Groenier Thomson Russell Frances Eudale Proud Saunders Betty Ruth Funk Sepanek Gwendolyn Ruth Snow Sharp Cheryl Ann Regan Sharps Jennifer Sue Snrote
Nancy Ellen Samek Singleton Helen Marie Hughes Smeltzer Marcella Bertha Beaber Smith Patricia Alexander Cooper Smith Rebecca Lynn Alber Smock
Lis Anne Snouffer
Winifred Louise Black Spaulding Joanne Bowlby Speyer
Rebecca Ellen Snepp Stiles
Emma Condance Puckett St. John Ann Elizabeth Butler Van Cleve Rae Hildred Davis Walk
Grace Aileen Wate
Rosalice Baldwin Watson
Dorothy Lucille Clarke Whitmore Jane Catherine Koval Young
OTHER
BETAPI
Eastern Michigan U.
Kathleen Ann McKinney Dusel Cynthia Louise Given
Susan Jane Cossey Gustafson Mry Ann Kirr Stephens
Joyce Ann Zielinski Szymanski Sally Ann Gustavson Taylor Barbara Jean ZolnierczaV
SUSTAINING MEMBERS
BETARHO
U. of Montana Anita Schroeber Lewis
OTHER BETARHO
Cheryl Lynn Boyle Sherri Stieg Dzivi Barbara J.Wilson Ifft Yvonne Miniati Madsen Dianne J. Mudd
Gloria Miller Ortiz
Janet Lynn Eggleston Palmisano Janice Mae Goldhahn Sieler Deanna Elaine Whitley
SUSTAINING MEMBER Gail Geneve Glenn Ramsey Barbara Ann Brown Reifeis
Mildred Evangeline Akey Acker Barbara Alice Aman
Pauline Iris Hindsley Am merman Mary Barbara Yeager Backer Lorraine Ann Becker
Krista Lee Houze Bill
Kathleen Fellinger Blomeke
Lucille Inez Gust Bluhm
Nancy Joan Howard Bonham Bonita Lynn Knierim Book
Margaret Alice Thompson Bowles Doris Shumaker Bratten
Reba Jean Pendry Brock
Kelley Callender
Alda Jane Woodward Carson Mildren Lucille McCoy Champ
Mary Jane Robertson Ciotti
Huldah Elizabeth Slagle Clark Cynthia Ann Orr Cohn
Marion Elizabeth Koegel Cox
Jessie Irene Mirtchell Cross
Marcia Jane Daily
Louise Tschmel Dames
Rosalie Dee Hasewinkle Dellinger Anna Katherine Greenawalt Diggins Dorothy Marie Hett Dillon
Ryta Lynn Craig Doepker
Mildred Bodine Douglass
Mary Elizabeth Hoople Downs
Jean Drevenstedt
Annette Baade Dunlap
Mary Frances Dobbins Dunn
Karen Lynn Dunn
Lorene Marie Edmunds
Elizabeth Jane Fellny Eskew Virginia Louis Steele Fauber Frances Elizabeth Luke Ferguson Eleanor Jane Garber
Suzanne Patrice Glynn
Joan Van Buskirk Goen
Mary Winifred Bir Guard
Wilberta Jane Teeple Guthrie Jennifer Joy Hessong Halsey Emaline Rosemary Ruffling Hannell Suanne Fogg Harrison
Lisa Marie Anteson Henning
Analie Frances Shaw Hepley Audrey Jeanne Smith Hiller
Marth Jane Gladden Hinken
Marie Jean Hlavacek Holbrooke Susan Lee Metzger Johnson
Lynann Mary Ganz Jones
Amy Lynne Kassinger Jordan Elizabeth Sue Kaser
Janice Graves Keucher
Mary Helen Seiple Kilman
Vivian Ruth Hurst Kistler
Mary Frances Spurgeon Kitchel Jane Ann Barr Kohr
Barbara Owens Kramer
Christine P. Zatorski Lemley Jeanice Marian Barfling Lewis Mildred Lucille Townsend Long Rosemary Laughlin Lynn
Pamela Mae Jessup Maori
Susan Ann Roach Mann
Sandra Sue Martin
Alice Adelaide Baylor Martindale Mary Jean Parkes Marx
Marjorie Ruth Swihart McCague Josephine Marie Walsh McConnell Catherine Ann Ohnemus McCowan Mary J. McConnell McKee
Rita Ann Mendenhall Mengon Michelle Marie Method
Donna Florence Phelps Meyerhoven Kathleen Virginia Butt Michel Virginia Moore
Mary Kathryn Atkins Morningstar Hallie Elmira Keen Moyer
Mary Jenniene Mahon Munchak
ALPHAOMICRONPIHASAPROUD PAST, AND ALUMNAE CONTRI- BUTIONS ENSURE A PROMISING FUTURE.
OTHER
BETA SIGMA
Boise State U.
Janice Marie Grant Bean Lori Loder
Karen Jo Kuhn Schreiner
OTHER
BETA TAU
U.OfToronto
SUSTAININGMEMBER
CHI ALPHA
U. of California-Davis Marian Louise Rule
OTHER CHIALPHA
Sally May Abel
Susan Lynn Appleton
Leslie Anne Caroll-Tipton
Eda Rasmussen Davis
Kimberly Allgaier Kreth
Paula Marie Lynch
Nancy Elizabeth Madsen
Judy Lynn Masai
Janet Elizabeth Knipper Matthews Karen Ella Norene Mills
Janellen Nolan Quisenberry Theresa Marie Workman Sass Celeste Marie Lemieux Shaw Susan Lee Vanderlip
Helen Jean Crosby Berwick
Christine E. Charters
Anita Constance Colangelo
Diann Scrutton Evans
Grace Anne Denne Hemphill
Isabel Davis Bolton Hotson
Carol Katherine Hipwell Papas
Isabel Louise Gough Scott
Margaret Euphemi MacNiven Swinden Kathy Douglass White


Mary Jane Mengon Bernhardt Andora Davis Buedel
Karen Yvonne Chaney Bumpus Rene Suzanne Clements Elizabeth Ann Romine Coffey Wahnita Delong
Emily Kathryn Fischer Freund Pamela Sue Boges Goode Suanna Mary Blaine Grayson Lisa Michelle Hahn
Meredith Jean Potter Helmerich Margaret Korff Kinkel
Cecil Hovda Klamer
Dorothy S. Lankford
Carolyn Emma Ruschmeier Marcus Susan Diane Matheny
Sharon Ann Miller
Debra Sue Price Moore
Robin Lynn Gooch Norris Linda Kay Capin Paine Lynn Annette Foshee Reed Mary Antoinette Reitz Allison Ruth Smith Renaud Laura Jean Reysz
Emily Wright Hard Sanderson Marilyn Goeke Engle Simms Jane Ann Knight Steinkamp Pamela Sue Wheeler
Mary Niednagel Wilsbacher
OTHER
CHI OMICRON
Central State U.
Linda Louise Patterson Braden Lnda Frances Peters Collier
OTHER
CHI SIGMA Centenary College
Louise Lowe Brown Loraine Webb Jordan Kent
OTHER DELTABETA
Bette Marie Lewis Armentor Nancy Lynn Tuttle Boisture Mary Louise Kerne Cestia Helen Etheredge Chieri Lorelei Cangefosi Dehart Marie Mohr Craddock Gordy Camille Durand Johnson Florence Sanders Jones Kaylin Kirby
Anna Belle Rose Hoffman Krewitz Cindy Marie Livaudais Roth Chizael Smith
Michele Kay Thibodeaux Zerangue
OTHER
DELTACHI
U. of Delaware
Katherine Lynn Edwards Brady Diane Grace Miller Clear Victoria Ellen Corton
Veronica Marie Diaz
Katherine Anne Thackrah Graham Ann Griesinger
Nancy Lynn Gallo Messick
Diane Nissen
Mary Jean Walnock Polaski Lidia Chorvzy Riley
Leslie Anne Young Wayment
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DELTA DELTA AuburnU.
Mary Ann Vaughan Stark
Eloise Killion Sweeney
Toni Marie Thompson Turpen Carla Gail Lauruhn Valdes Misha Danielle Wachter Adrianne Carlo Smith Wallace Cynthia Lee Weinberg
Virginia South West
Terri Lynn Freeman Wetheroee Vicki Pate York
SUSTAINING MEMBER
DELTA OMEGA
Murray State U.
Susan Lynn Pace Brodnan Lana Loy Garner Porter
OTHER
DELTA OMEGA
Patsy Gail Jones Bishop
Carrie Joy Welborn Brookshire Mary Duff Matarazzo Bryant Loretta Jean Wagner Dodd Ruby Carolyn Allen Dunavant Carolyn Lee Graddy Fiasco Linda Joyce Durham Ledford Tamara Allyn McCammon Laura Delphine Melugin
Rubye Keeney Pool
Nancy Lou Spann
Sally Jo Harris West
Jan Michelle Wetherington
OTHER
DELTAPHI
U. of South Carolina Grace Winebrenner Watts
SPONSOR
DELTA PI Central Missouri Sharon Diane Martin
OTHER DELTA PI
Carol Jean Bruce
Judith Ann Young Castricone
Lita Kay Richtermeyer Jimenez Carol Ellen Carter Kane
Rebecca Ann Nentwig Koelling Linda Louise Mansur
Lorayne Patrice Montrym
Lisa Renee Pohl Prenger
Lisa Marie Gabel Sager
Terri Lee Schwarz
Karen Kay Montgomery Smith Barbara Jean Bonnischsen Sparks Geniece Gayle Clawson Tyler Brenda Gaye Harryman Wendling
SPONSOR
DELTA SIGMA Jose StateU.
Marlene Joann Peterson Adams Joyce Fila Osborn
SUSTAINING MEMBER DELTA SIGMA
Bette Jo Belda
Marilyn Lucilla Wylie Hart Marilyn Ann Myers Lieber
Irene Rose Woodworth Shephard
OTHER DELTA SIGMA
Marlene Joann Peterson Adams Shelley Annette West Adams Mary Louise Bihler Bacigalupi Bette Jo Belda
Eugenia Ann Ziegler Brady Rosalinda B. Bazzanella Brady Aleene La Rea Wells Caneer Patricia Ann Stewart Dubrow
Jo Ellen Eda Arnaudo Ellis Barbara Jean Delman Grebmeier Marilyn Lucille Wylie Hart
Jo Ann Tartaul Hawley Marilyn Ann Myers Lieber Barbara Jean Serpa Macario
Marilyn Louise Blue Mikesell Barbara Jean Halvorsen O'Brien Joyce Ella Osborn
Sylvia Leonida Veglia Phillips Irene Rose Woodworth Shephard Carol Thompson Silliman Mariane Thornton Tharratt
Margaret Louise Weekes Hendrickson Doris Viola Struss Huster
Helene Chadler Irish Johnston
Elinor Baler Kennedy
Margaret Belle Mashek Ludlow Katherine Lyon Mix
May Belle Eisemann Reed Isabel Lucetta Thro Towson
OVER 169 ALUMNAE ASSOCIA- TIONS PROVIDETHE OPPORTUNITY FOR MEMBERS WHO ARE BEYOND COLLEGE TOCONTINUE THEIR INVOLVEMENT.
EPSILON CornellU. Gwendolyn Owen Faith
OTHER EPSILON
Dorothy Marie Johann Black
Helen Lee Mordoff Campbell Clarissa Ockers Dedrick Carabateas Elizabeth C. Herick Clark
Mabel Klisch Deal
Karen K. Loustrom Gustatson Arlene Ann Loede Hanley
Shirley Mae Camp Belke
Gladys Evelyn Raemsch Betts
Selena Amole Wunderlich Bing Gertrude Louise Bryant
Sally Ann Oberle Colby
Carolyn Jeanne Hartmann Colteryahn Linda Frances Davis
Diedre Louise Arthur Dawson
Anna Elizabeth Preston Eagelman Marian Luanna Terwilliger Elliston Winnie Mae Shelley Farina
Anne Elizabeth Patterson Fitzpatrick Helen Marie Savard Galbraith
Nancy Louise Baier Gilbert Mignonette E. Frederick Gover Catherine O'Connor Greider
Phyllis Ann Herr Grobert
Jeanne Marie Comer Guiliano
Jean Ann Scigliano Haas
Emma Barnes Rubinkam Hale
SUSTAINING MEMBER
DELTA
Tufts U.
Marian V. Sears Chaffin Margaret Lewis Baxter McArdle
OTHER DELTA
Ruth Earle Andress
Marie Barrett Carney
Chloe Gertrude Mclntire Colby Mildred Ward Eldridge
Ruth Dorothy Bloy Ely
Norma Elizabeth Reed Heinold Margaret Mary Harris Henry
Elanor C. Leadbeater
Ruth Anna Dresser Metcalfe
Lois Miriam Obrien
Blanche Louisa Downing Penniman Marion Phillips Porter
Helen Louise Christian Potter
Helen Stafford Taylor Raye Annabelle Evelyn Robbins Elizabeth Howard Soule Schroeder
SUSTAINING MEMBER
DELTA BETA
U. of Southwestern Louisiana
Karen Nell Willis Bernard Beatrice Parkerson Dupuis
OTHER DELTA DELTA
Peggy Ellen Nichols Barnard Kitty Lynn Adams Bergin Nancy Anne Bryant
Gerrie Maria Chambliss Lillian Ann Land Cleveland Betty Forrest Coleman Merrilyn Louise Cook
Susan Jean Cram
Margaret Lynn frafton Foti Martha Kay Acton Fuston
Martha Ewell Yancey Garner Christy Elizabeth Geurkink
Marilyn Kay Tadlock Graves Shana Christine Grimes
Michael Brown Hearn Hopson Brenda Bonds Howell
Elizabeth B. Montgomery Johnson Linda Alice Gordon Kinsey Katherine Folwell Trafton Leaver Mary Anne Phillips Long
Audrey Jean Howard Lowe Katherine Jackson Marshall
Reta Ann Allen McKannan
Vicki Elaine Lupo Metcalt
Mary Anne Doby Moorhead Angela Corinne Kennedy Payne Paula Moore Woods Payte Winifred Annette Perkins
Janice Elizabeth Pierce
Ramona Raine
Belinda Ann Rolfe
Ann Rudder
Janna Denise Schrimsher Nancy Carol McKinney Soteres Joyce Enzor Sweat
Chapters Win
Service Award
The Milwaukee Alumnae Chapter and Phi Delta chapter, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee were selected by
the Arthritis Foundation, Wisconsin chapter, to receive a Special Recognition Service Award at the annual meeting/dinner May 17, 1986.
This award honored the chapters for their volunteer hours assisting at Health Fairs and in the office as well as partici- pating in the annual "Jingle Bell Run" and the first annual "All Star Salute to Secretaries" luncheon.
Barbara Hunt, President AOIT Foun- dation, accepted the award and briefly spoke relating the history of AOII's affiliation with the Arthritis Foundation.
Laurie Matuszewski, Phi Delta Phil- anthropic Chairman accepted for the collegiate chapter.
Betty Francis Johnson While SUSTAINING MEMBER Helen Fagan Tyler
DELTA UPSILON DukeU.
Allison Elizabeth Massey Woram
OTHER
DELTA UPSILON
Laura Lynn Barnhart
Cynthia Elinor Beler
Suzanne Reid Inabnil Bowman Ellen Rae Brady
Leslie Anne Cornell
Katherine Anne Cronin
Susan Jean Fleming
Kathryn Anne Pavy Hart
Lynn Marie Hungate
Paula Gayle Litner
Phylis Jean Peotter
Karen Frances Semper
Janet McArthur Smith
Robin Jayne Stinson
Catherine E. Thompson
Crista Lauren Valentine
Judith Anne Wagoner
Janet Kay Munroe Weber
Allison Elizabeth Massey Woram Alice Suzanne Wueste
Julia Cunningham Wyatt
Ruth E. Smith Wilson Kathryn E. Alterneier Yohn
SPONSOR
EPSILON ALPHA
Pennsylvania StateU.
Lenore Helen Hofmann Freitag Hazie Jane Davis Heaton
SUSTAINING MEMBER EPSILON ALPHA
Debra Ann Trueax Eilert Dorothy Jane Jennings
Joanne Lynne Yergey Keith Barbara Louise Beatfy Phillips Kathryn Carpenter Aungst Reed Marjorie Day Cousley Winkler Mary Belle Zahn
OTHER EPSILON ALPHA
Constance L. Quesenberry Anderson
Mary Carolyn Leworthy Bacrtmann SUSTAINING MEMBERS Diane Ruth Edelman Bardman


June Eleanor Gurke Hall
Maybelle J . Penley Hamilton Jeane Wallace Cousley Harbison Margaret Eleanor Borland Hartzell Doris Marilynn Rumage Hellmund Pauline Sarah Esbensnade High Margaret Ruth Desilver Hursh Agnes Ellen Gary Jamison
Betty Elinor Widger Johler
Marion Mae Eberts Johnson Jennifer Frances Knauer Johnson Margaret White Fairchild Jones Marie K. Knoll Judy
Barbra Marie Frederick Junker Coralie Ann Freunsch Katch Evelyn Todd Lewis
Jane Virginia Holmes Linsenmaier Jean Marie Holcombe Lundy Marilyn Stoddard Roberts Lynch Grace Elizabeth Bergholz MacAfee Barbara Lee Mattern
Evelyn Lapham Mehl
Eleanor Gwynn Merrifield
Adele M. Miskie
Barbara Elizabeth Moser
Mary Louise Muller
Barbara Torrence Nelson
Jeanne Valeria Schaeffer Nicely Elaine Josephine Miele Pasmore
E. Louise Hoffeditz Porter
Lillian Jean Holmeister Purdy
Jo Anne Proudtoot Rahn
Mary Virginia Gist Renberg
Mary Gertrude Richards Roberts Mary Elizabeth Taylor Rose Marlene Olive Neff Rutt
Linda Kay Schmidt
Alyce Carolyn George Schnabel Jean Louise Black Slezak
Edna Mae Oglevee Stephens
Sara Josephine Lowenberg Stern Jan Renee Engle Stewart
Terese De Salles Moslak Sutor Karen Ann Maginniss Sviben Virginia Deane Brown Taricco Madge Luella Terwilliger
Christine A. Vonstocker Thomas Deborah Colt Ellis Vandenberg Carole Marie Shell Watters
Jane Alma Romig Wilson
Sarah Reed McKean Young
Sara Louise Everitt Zimmerman
OTHER
EPSILON IOTA
Eastern Illinois U.
Dixie Lee Alms Gustine Patricia Lynn Ryan Lenhoff Paula Alyce Waisnor Musilek
SPONSOR
ETA
U. of Wisconsin-Madison
Dorothy Jane Bassett Knott
SUSTAINING MEMBER ETA
Margaret Isabel Ebert Kelk Margaret E. Heinecke Ladwig Elizabeth M. Hiestand McKenna Leone Claire Glau McMillen Helen Muriel Laird McPhee Helen Susan Barron Moss Eleanor Sikes Peters
Elynore Frances Bell Wegner
Flora Alcorn Hurley
Karen Fredrikka Falk Johnson Evelyn Rasmussen Lundsted Matilda E. Keenan Lunn
Mary Crescence Meek
Muriel Minnie M. Moodie
Dorothy Louise Wiesler Ninman Virginia Belle Huwen Proctor Marion J. Bain Ransel
Mary Milan Starr >taup
Dorothy Tegtmeyer Stege
Maude Aleen Gray Stewart
Sarah Augusta Hardy Ward Margaret Bertha Rasmussen Winn Carol Isabel Scmitt Woerpel
SUSTAINING MEMBER
GAMMA
U. of Maine-Orono Maryann Carr Tiemann
OTHER
GAMMA OMICRON
Kathleen Doris Andrews
Phyllis Richett Phillips Bemiss Mildred Mae Haney Berdeen Annette Rosemarie Simoneau Bliss Barbara Ann Higgins Bodwell Joanne Daley Clark
Debra Ruth Garside Clark
Arlene Marjorie eleven
Laurie Ann Coiley
Jane Dyer Ellsworth
Audrey Louise Morse Garnett Cynthia Lee Peacock Gaylord Juliana Barbara J. Eyerer Greenleaf Phyllis Arlene Jordan Hanson Margaret Ann Smith Hoogerheide Barbara Jane Kelly
Karen Jane Kladivko
Jane Elizabeth Romain Lebrun Barbara Alexandra Lukacs-Smith Mary Elizabeth Robinson McClure Mane Clover Archer McDonnell Gladys Gae Reed Merrill
Jessie Ellen Ashworth Miller
Claire Frances O'Connor
Nancy Ann Wallingford Parolin Elizabeth Sale Barrows Pendleton Jeanette Marie Roney Pero
Thelma Elaine Crossland Roble Catharine Lancaster Rowe
Alice Burr Webster Sinclair Catherine Chase Osgood Skolfield Debora Adams Sprague
Joyce Marguerite Cheney Stevens Katherine Dudly Stewart
Debra Ruth Clark Susi
Elizabeth Jane Barker Taverner Nancy Jean Thomas
Fern Elizabeth Allen Turbyne
Ruth Holland Walsh
Kathryn Marion Stinson Wayman Beulan Elizabeth Osgood Wells Wendy Wiltham Wilerson
OTHER
GAMMAALPHA
George Mason U.
Janice Marie Davidson Bates Lisa Ann Disher
Kathy Diane Dix
Debra Ann Bayne Hopke Jennifer Ann Riegel McGown Janet Laura Haher Rawl
Arthritis Telethon Raises Record Amount
ALUMNAE DOLLARSAREUSEDTO TRAIN SORORITY OFFICERS ON EVERY LEVEL
SUSTAINING MEMBER
GAMMA SIGMA
Georgia State U.
Marcia Lane Welch Davis Laura Mane Elliott
Patricia Jane Crowley Hardy
OTHER GAMMASIGMA
Janet Marie Black
Linda Sue Norman James
Cheryl Lynn Hall Jones
Susan Mary Dawson Kelly Andrea Diane Tippens Kennedy Carol Jean Leiker Lyons Christina Marie Ricker
Idella Lyn Rogers-Haney
Tracey Shepard
Luz Admira Vizurraga
Leslie Carol Keighron Weinbrecht
PATRON
IOTA
U. of Illinois
Evelyn Harriet Davenport Parker
SPONSOR IOTA
Wilma May Allen Bredar Nancy Jane Hesse
Kathleen Ann Rippel Holmes Beatrice Esther Levy Johnston Margaret Helen Waldo Lewis
SUSTAININGMEMBER IOTA
Suzanne Marie Meyer Ferreira Margaret Aileen Hagan
OTHER ETA
Lydia Lacey Brown
Ruth Leona Campbell
Julia Monnier Carr Crenshaw Katherine Elizabeth Turner Dole Grace Geraldine Austin Gray Katherine Edith Hall Halfrisch
OTHER
GAMMA BETA
Indiana U. of Pennsylvania
Connie Lynn Anderson
Denise Amy Papon Anthony Rose Ann Kissling Barbato Mary Ann Helen Hritz Bisaha Margaret Diane Nagy Bowman
m
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v.
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Barbara Hunt, left, presents a $36,000 check to Irlene Mandrell and Bill
Anderson on the
Arthritis
Foundation T elethon.
The 1986 Arthritis record $6,235,818.
Priscilla Alden Mewha
Karen Jean Sedora Morgan Emily Therese Corso O'Keefe Diane Irene Nakielny Ramer Carol Lynne Irish Smith
Mary Elaine Dunlap Szurszewski Terry Lee Crist Wasovich
OTHER
GAMMADELTA
U. of South Alabama
Cheryl Lynn Driver
Joanna Elaine Garner
Catherine Blair Irby
Suznne Amelia Lukes
Lee Ann Saylors
Cynthia Annette Hammac Smith Emilie Jo Wright
SUSTAININGMEMBER
GAMMAOMICRON
U. of Flordia
Charlotte Townsend Burton Bray Jill Ann Cantera
Linda Carol Greene
Dana Kay Baumgardner Klufl Faith Lee Tulino Myer
Elizabeth Ashton Gordy Schulz
OTHER
GAMMA OMICRON
Elizabeth Ann Adams
Joyce Amelia Wray Alford
Janet May Stoddard Andres Bernice De Shea Blackburn Deborah Anne Bowman
Catherine Anne Burnette Braude Mary Anne Thornton Britt
Carolyn Louise Kohler Driscoll Susan Marie Balch Ellis
Dolly Loraine Sadler Garcia
Debra Marie Holder Greene Margaret Mary Mitchell Grinnan Shelly Beane Hartmann
Renee Marie Hoffner
Sandra Sue Fuller Jewell
Caryl Anne Davis Lane
Mary Ann Neff McDermott
Rose Mane Parham McCall Maureen Mae Campbell Nemcik Jennifer Claire Perdew
Kim Cecilia Bechamps Perez Pamela Karen Rehm
Carolyn Blakely Richards Robinson Roberta Lucile Selman
Suzanne Carol Snyder
Elizabeth C. Varnum Townsend Nancy Alston Wallace
Marilyn Lisa Krekel Walton Georgina Siberio Wiborg
Vicki Krezdorn Williams
Contributions and pledges totaling that amount meant that this year's telethon set a new record, bettering 1985's amount by over a million dollars.
The 5th annual National Arthritis Foundation Telethon was broadcast live via satellite from the Grand Ole Opry House. The co-hosts were country stars Mickey Gilley and Bill Anderson.
Among the entertainers who con- tributed performances to the show were Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers, Louise Mandrell, Gary Morris and Nicolette Larson.
The eight-hour telethon was seen in 70 television markets across the U n i t e d S t a t e s .
Funds raised will go toward the cost of patient services, education and research seeking the cause, prevention and cure of arthritis. The disease affects nearly 40 million adults and children inAmerica.
T elethon raised a
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Erma Alvira Bissell Hedgcock Irene Jeanette Davis Jansen Ruth Charlotte Page Kephart Ptricia E. Hoffman Klint
Linda Kay Brownfield Liermann Barbara Jean Stehno
Celeste Burgeson
Michelle Rae Hoskins Edelbrock Karen Sue Armstrong Edwards Florence Dodge Ennis
Annette Canlrell Epstein
Sheila Ann Keating Everhart Catherine Emily Wright Flamion Jennifer Lynn Franklin
Nancy Jo Gerdink
Jo Ann Bonn Gibbons
Teresa Margo Hill Harrison
Mary Beth Brown Hasselbrinck Carolyn Faye Motsinger Hendricks Linda Carol Kingsley Jeffries
Diane Carol Johnson
Barbara Reba Kinzer
Denise Marie Kunas
Lois Ann Roth Leclair
Annette Louise Hall Litchfield Jeanine Andrea Kimmerle McGuire Julia E. Morris
Veronica Ruth Oros
Cathy Jane Campbell Parker
Helen Reitzel
Carol Lee Hammond Schnyder Kate Ellen Hulman Schoffstall Orva Pratt Sinclair Schramm Judith Ann Rader Snyder Kathryn Lee Marguess Steel Christie Rae Barnes Stewart Phyllis Ann Purcell Stewart Ann Louise Wuchner Sturm Karla Ellyn Keller Trout
Mary Frances Tuberosa Emalee Brackemyre Vanscyoc Irma E. Himmelbauer Vesser
SUSTAINING MEMBER
KAPPAGAMMA
FloridaSouthernCollege
Nancy Lambeth Ford
Donna Mae Thompson Kuiken
OTHER KAPPAGAMMA
Holly Ann Alexander
Jeannine E. Brown Browning
Amy Kathryn Pendergrass Campbell
Martha Elizabeth Page Carter
Billie Lou Miller Clarke
Joan Elizabeth Burr Creese
Nancy Kathryn Fasenfeld Domeyer
Felice J. Desalvatore Gerwitz
Anne Elizabeth Mayo Girata
Cynthia Jane Scavillo Greenwald
Jennifer Lynne Smith Hayes
Mary Lenora Kaiser Hoenes
Mary Richardson Harris Kemp
Laura Frances Cox Lindsey
Judith Darlene White Mann
Charlotte Cherry Sweeder Matthews Susan Catherine C. Miller
KAPPA PI OhioNorthern U. Arminah Ellen Davis
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A DONATION TO THE FOUNDA- TION ISANINVESTMENT INTHE FUTURE OFALPHA OMICRONPI.
OTHER KAPPAPI
OTHER IOTA
Winifred Nona Timmons Baker Susan Louise Ballin
Constance Leigh Barton
Robin Elizabeth Lee Beltramini Eva Lucille Benson
Lois Ellen Dungan Bohon Helen Brauns
Wilma May Allen Bredar Rosemary Brill
OTHER
IOTA SIGMA
Iowa StateU.
Tami Ellen Smith Beck Sarah Jeanne Benesh Rhonda Stevenson Bjornsen Kimberly Ann Protz Curtis Helen Teresa Dawson Patricia M. Greteman
Cheryl Ann Hall
Kim Renee Jepsen Hess
Ann Marie Hayes Isgrig
Gail Lenore Foilis Jones Nancy Lou Klindt
Lisa Anne Modieski
Mary Hansuld Moore Scarlett Jo Powers Osterling Julie Ann Mommsen Peters Sally Jo Portz
Jenny Lee Powell-Barrick Rene Ann Rozen
Jane Jarsko Scheraldi
Karen Rose Foster Siple Laurie L. Dungan Staky Janette L. Cook Vernon Sandra E. Voss
Lisa Christine Avitt Weiser Linda Jean Phillip Wright
SUSTAINING MEMBER
IOTATAU
U. of Wisconsin-Stout Mildred lona Turney
OTHER IOTATAU
Darla Deer Deerhanford
Susan Kay Lienemann-Buessing Renee Marie Schuetz Pesavento
SUSTAINING MEMBER KAPPA
Carol Ann Cover
Roxanne Dolores Crews
Charlotte Warner Deiderich Jennifer Ann Lipster Dimmick Nancy Lynne Cunningham Fenner Lexa Jayne Freshly
Pamela Jean Henry
Deborah Lea Hunter
Alena Huggins McHugh
Robin Ann Brodnicki Merrill
Lynn Renee Moomaw
Jane Elizabeth Mowder
Linda Gay Gerhart Olson
Deborah Lynne Meyer O'Toole Lynne Ellen Painter
Debra Lyunn Shondrick
Marian Lawrence Olive Calvin
Ina Lucille Hoitermann Clarahan Lucile Josephine Arnold Denker Virginia Bess Fisher Dolan Kimberly Gall Donahue
Barbara Ann Bassie Dunnivant Audrey Gayle Shaw Dusendschon Freda Sophia Klopfenstein Ebert Jene Fellows Eckenfelder
Jean Lorraine France Ellis Lavaun Adele Schild Eustice Maureen Ann Ennis Flippini Audrey Jane Skinner Geisler Shirley Ann Bradshaw Gillette Susan Jeanne Atkenson Halbach Anne Elizabeth Pollard Hall Cynthia Ann Hallman
Catherine Ann Rockwell Healy Mary Margaret Hesse Hessesenk Gladys Mae AH Higgins
Carol Ann Mosborg Hilton Dorothy Frances Dolan Kelly Sharon Marie Stafanik Kelly Deborah Ann Kodros
Bonnie Sue Kohlenberger
Laverne Rufh Kruggel
Maria Barbara Lewis
Ermina Smith Linn
Ellen Kay Kinch Macy
Janice Kay Sullivan Malkuch Bette Ann Busch Manisealco
Margaret Andrea Moeck Mathis Joan Theresa McDonald
Mary Eileen Joan Scranton McHugh Mary Elizabeth Obyrne McNickle Elizabeth Baker Nickerson
Janice J. Wright Pechauer
Diane Meredith Kellogg Pellettiere Julie Kay Pfeiffer
Gertrude Elizabeth Moore Pierce Eunice Anne Dryer Raasch
Deborah Ruth Olson Read
Betty Marguerite Hoyt Reynolds Emma Waldschmidt Roelofs
Isabel Amelia Walters Ruedin Virginia Bairstow Schroeder Rosemary Kay Kappes Schwierjohn Karen Marie Scott
Alice Jo Ellis Shannon
Joan Harriet Locker Sheppard
Lisa Rose Smith
Jean Elizabeth Wood Steiner Dorothea E. Creighton Strand Kimberly Susan Coogan Tubbs
Ruth Lathrop Link URler
Jennifer Ellen Swenson Warren Diane Marie King Webei
Virginia Anne Wilson Weckerly Joan Lucile Ryand Wickham
Mary Elizabeth Jens Williams Mary E Rennick Wilson
Gail Beth Rothwell Wood Dorothy Jane Edwards Yonker Betty Delores Walker Young Carolyn Jane Carlson Zintak
SUSTAINING MEMBER
IOTA ALPHA Idaho State U.
Mary Julia Daly Enwall
OTHER IOTA ALPHA
Barbara Joan Andre Cheryle Geesey Barker Fannie Lee Zook Bell Uvah Hull Carlson Joyce G- Sokel Dallas
OTHER
KAPPA OMEGA
U. of Kentucky
Luann Cook
Laurie Ellen Cooper
Beverly Jo England
Jill Glascock
Milissa Michele Ryan
Carol Dawn Woodlums Smallwood Susan Beth Vanburen
Margaret Holly Warren
SUSTAINING MEMBER
a n e t
Janice Holland Streit
Connie Mae Puterbaugh Sweet Lori Rae Williamson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
KAPPA RHO
Western Michigan U.
Doris Ann Clme Mckenzie Harriet Jane Heethuis Oliver Angeline Mry Spehar Zantjer
OTHER KAPPA RHO
Judith A. Blett Leonard
Charlotte Rose Levecgue
Elaine Zian Marinescu
Rebecca Dragos Massle
Gloria Schaeter Phillips
Alice Elayne Kozlowski Pinder Joanne Isabel! Piatkowski Powell Carylin Ruth Strong Stickney Joyce Lynn NevarilSustr
Marilyn Hmkel Taylor
Sandra Kay Kubitz Tomlinson Karen Lee Tompkins
Judith Ann Tokash Wallis
OTHER
KAPPA TAU
SoutheasternLouisianaU.
Coletla Ann Cooper Barrett Dawn Lea Brewster
Kohl
KAPPA OMICRON RhodesCollege
Martha Biggs Cage Edge
Sue Ellen Olehy Finney Eleanore D. MacCurdy Dorothy Myrtle Dow Price Elaine Elva Pruett Smith Cheryl Hack Zaladonis Mary Pamela Barnes-Paity
Susan Stogsdill Jarvis
Carol Jean Bennet Jenkinson
Cynthia Ann Joers
Pamela Sue Jordan
Susan Kay Hughes Ley
Rachel Louise Bennett Lingner
Beth Ann Gaughan Lyon
Judith Ann Myers McFarland
Phyllis B. Reeder Mueller
Connie Sue Trent Omaley
Janet Sue Royer Parsons
Paula Jeanne Adams Peterson
Karen Ann Gesell Ripberger
Susan Marie Roth
Amy Louise Rump
Dorothy Ellen Cormier Schath
Zeenat Knapp Schissler
Janet Susanne Johnson Slagowsk
Cheryl Lynn Fellwock Snyder
Carol Sue Loudenback Sommers
Jane Ann Vigus Steiner
Bonnie Lou Ehret Stoller
Mary Strange
Marilyn Kay Garrison Sweany
Natalie Carol Thomas
Nancy Lynne Stine Walts
Eric Kathryn Webb
Beth Ann Wilant
Victoria Louise Barr Willis
Kim Michelle Kolodziejski Ziemkiewicz j Eileen Lucas Stickler
Ranolph-MaCOn'SWoman'sColfeLynn Ann Dornagala Travis
Karn Elizabeth Usher Becky Sue Winkler Helen T. Lawton Zientek
SUSTAINING MEMBER
KAPPA KAPPA
Ball State U.
Candace Lynn Kirkwood Colyer Patricia Jeanne Mitchell Hoopingarner
arAnnMers
Betty Jean Vickers Adee SUSTAINING MEMBER Sherri Lynn Anderson-Coons
r
Nan Wilma Brown Benson Charlsie Berly
Adelaide Carfeton Sterne Lentz Mary Allen Hazen Tucker
Jane Boggess Mylander Wainwright
OTHER KAPPA
Nadine Dorothy Pillot Cuenod
Glenna Jeanne Fitzsimmons HasslacheM Y Y Lucy Somerville Howarth
Helen Gertrude Fitzhugh May
Eleanor Frances Manning Robbins
Laura Terrell Lake Saunders
Alice Lake Alexander Turner
Linda Catherine Terry Vaughn
MEMBERSHIP IN THE SORORITY
BEGINSINCOLLEGE,BUTITDOES
NOT END THERE-IT LASTSA LIFETIME.
KAPPAALPHA
Indiana StateU.
Norah Lea Bush McKay
Carla Jo Showers Paul
Jane Kay Wilkinson Sotebeer
OTHER KAPPA ALPHA
Laurie Ann Allen
Neva Loraine R Barnard
Mary Brussell Blackwell
Kathleen Ammert Collings Bosworth Saundra Lou Martin Bridwell
Jill Zschau Brown
Betty Jeanne Isza Bairn
Linda Kathryn McRae Becker Milie Jean Cole Boring
Lois Mae Gatchell Brown Deborah Dolores Nelson Bruner Kelli Susan Fitzpatrick Burrill Marysia Klus Bussard
Judith Charnley
Linda Kay Jonston
Sharon Dalke Crowder
Renee Sue Daugherty
Janice Louise Scheerer Davidson Virginia Ann Starkey Edwards Barbara Joan Giffiths Erickson Deborah Lee Jennings Ernst Peggy Ann Sheets Gay
Betty Helen Tripp Hagenow Cheryl Rae Cody Hazama
Sara Joan Vahle Herron
Beverly Jo Bontrager Hoffman Nancy Jean Darter Hormann
Daryl Kimberly Meyer
Karen Duval Krieger Seal Karen Dean Wornll Swift Carol Louise Lady Thompson
Rebecca Marshbanks Mushingi Frances Ralston Crouch Perkins Ann Rollow Ross
Bettie Amelia Connally Welsh Doreen Carol Vernotzy Williams
OTHER
KAPPA KAPPA
SUSTAINING MEMBER
KAPPA PHI
McGillU.
Joan Frances Deathe MacCallum Anita Damato Neale
OTHER KAPPA PHI
Michelle Elizabeth Charest Patricia Ann Thompson Dowie Diana Pollock Greene
Carla Sue Culotta Jeansonne Inge Lise Jepsen
Lottie Jean Dees Lipsey Cynthia Anne Swartzfager
PATRON
KAPPA THETA
U. of California-LA.
Lydia Jane Cable Phillips Henrietta Meta Blanc Tow
SPONSOR KAPPA THETA
Marjone Eleanore Kennedy Lupton
Crews
OTHER KAPPAOMICRON
Cynthia Mead Allen
Carol Hays Marsh Claus
Linda Green Driver
Myrna Kathryn Schaap Fouts Jesse Barry Richmond Hooper Helen Quindley McClure
Sandra Homfray H. Keymer Amos Charlotte Isabel B. Grieve
Helen Barbara Webb Lewis
Jean Agnes Lawrence Lukanovieh Karen Agneta Hall Moon
Margaret Jean Ivarson Putman Dorothy Warwick Weir Stalker
SUSTAINING MEMBER


Ruby Fund Report
There were ten active Ruby Fund cases during this fiscal year, and there are three cases still pending. Of the ten, three involved continuing assistance from the previous year. Six alumnae and four collegians received assistance from the Ruby Fund and all were most grateful for the "helping hand" in their time of need. Program services totalled nearly $15,000 this fiscal year in loans and grants.
Contributions have been received from 59 collegiate chapters totalling nearly $6,500. Ninety one alumnae chapters have given nearly $6,000 this year. The Ruby Fund Committee of the AOn Foundation would like to express its appreciation toall A O n sisters and chapters for their continuing support.
Since 1980 the top collegiate chapter and alumnae chapter contributors have been awarded a certificate in recognition of their efforts on behalf of our Ruby Fund. This year four certificates were presented at Leadership Conferences with chapter size included in the criteria. Award winners were:
OTHER
LAMBDA CHI
LaGrange College
Carol Ann Winn Bozeman Jennifer Marion Bullock Oeborah Alice Battin Holley Ronda Faye Holloway
Ellen Ashley Twitty Loving Sonya Annette Brake Snyder Jacquelyn Gaye Teasley Susie Ann Whalen
OTHER
LAMBDA IOTA
U.ofCalifornia-San Diego
Elena L u z Gomez Barr Barbara Jean Chilcote Susan Davies
Laura V . Bloom Doyle Wendy Jo Gallup Geis Elizabeth Mau
OTHER
LAMBDA OMEGA
Northwest Missouri State College Elizabeth Anne McKee
OTHER
LAMBDA PHI
U. ofWisconsin Whitewater
Mary Jean Steele Bisby Patricia Elaine Dozier Manthey Deidra Nelle Stoehr Milligan Jeanne Marie Morgan Tennant
SUSTAINING MEMBER
LAMBDA SIGMA
U. of Georgia
Judith Frances Bagby
Sarah Hurt Friend Dickerson Joni Denise Farmer Frobos Emily Jane Huie Langston Sarah Julia Russo
OTHER LAMBDA SIGMA
Caroline Yvonne Hargrove Adams Katherine Hall Hurst Anderson Jan C. Sophianopoulos Anderson Dorothy Barrow Atwell
Sharon Lee Greene Austin Donna Katherine Gude Barwick Pamela Marie White Beardall Marie Wing Shirley Binder Evelyn Bird
Linda Joy Bla/r
Judy Miriam Neidlinger Bourne Lisa Helen Whitten Bowen Deborah Ann Bartliff Brown Mary Beth McDermid Carley Hazel Lee Mixon Christie Marjory Anne Claytor Jacqueline Ann Norton Cline
COLLEGIATE COLLEGIATE
ALUMNAE ALUMNAE
(over 65 members) (under 65 members)
(over 35 members) (under 35 members)
Omega Alpha Theta
Indianapolis Long Beach
This is the third consecutive year that Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter has earned the Ruby Fund Award.
Special occasion gifts are always welcome, and are a positive way to show affection for loved ones and share with our less fortunate sisters. New acknowledgement cards are being designed to indicate gifts in honor of birthdays, anniversaries, new babies and special accomplishments. Special occasion gifts this past year include:
HONOREE DONOR NEW LEGACIES
Jillian Marie Hensiek
Kelly Marie Welch
Dana Noelle Brandlin Tracy Miller and her sister Kelly Miller
BIRTHDAYS
Mary Francis Underwood Julie Kathleen Horlick (1st)
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Ginger Banks, Past Int'l Pres. Freddie Schutten
Lambda Upsilon C A
Alpha Omicron Pi
Audrey Humason, R V P VII
Elizabeth Craig AB Lisa Mayercik (-)n Elizabeth Craig AB
Dorothy
Robinson K T
Tulsa Alumnae Chapter Peggy Horlick
Gamma Delta Chapter
Region I
Ruth Melick Griffith
Region VII
The Ruby Fund was established in 1946 to assist sisters in "dire need." The fund is
considered the "heart" of AOLI and represents the lasting bond of our Fraternity.
SUSTAINING MEMBER KAPPA THETA
Jane Francco Keenan Andre Carol Lorraine Spence Barrow Mary Leigh Walters Blek Margaret Hall Clifton Henrich Jane Marie Campion Leininger
Hildegarde
Jean Charlotte Herdman Moran
llene Amalia Testa Nevins
Cynthia Anne Dickranian Norian Evelyn Culver Ostrander
Marion Kay Page
Lucille Tertrude Burbeck Pannell Susan Russell Parr Pardee
Vickie Jann Neuvert Peters
Mary Young Poulton Pingree Josephine Pelletier Pryor
Margaret Armstrong Conner Rockwell Lois Quinn Roskam
Haidee Kipps Schlecht
Audrey Blossom Buratti Sheldon
Jean Alberta Cook Steinberger
Mary Louise Fitzpatrick Taylor Jacqueline Nina Scott Ullerich
Eleanor Virginia Stanton Upham
Mary Lou Rosenthal Vest
Karen Jean Vandyke Watson Katherine Elsie Berg Willis
Lorna Elizabeth Wright Witt
Audrey Carol Brown Wood
Elizabeth Jane Smith Wright
Alice A. Koestner Young
PATRON
LAMBDA
StanfordU.
Eunice Helena Force Barkell Dorothy Bogen Farrington
SUSTAINING MEMBER LAMBDA
Velda Hancock Berry
Dorothy Mae Bishop Garber Geraldme Lloyd Hicks
Dorothy Ann Huff
Jean Perry Hiler Maroder Judith Catherine Boyle Mcomie Norma Lois Godfrey Taylor
OTHER LAMBDA
Sigrio Marie Beuche Allen
Grace Marcia Doughty Andresen Helen Elaine Peterson Ard Jacquelyn Cannon Bonnett
Mary De Fremery Atkins Clayton Gladys Patrick Downs
Fanita Ewing Yoakum Druehl Marjorie Jea Schlictmann Herrero Marny Antoinette Say Jones Muriel Clark Boyd Longinotti Maria Saledad Rael Nowell Dorothea Cavitt Hawkins Ruud Oma Lillian Retterath Tutlle
Beth Virginia Moulthrop Whitty
SUSTAINING MEMBER LAMBDA BETA
Gwendolyn J . Thompson
OTHER KAPPA THETA
Beryl Arbit
Betty Lou Schwab Bilyeu
Marilyn Louise Braun Born
Ruth Norma Koster Burke
Gertrude Marian Hagen Culbertson Mary Elizabeth Watkins Cullom Mary Elizabeth Wallace Davis Barbara Jane Ryand Dunham Sharon Clark Gayton
Rowena Moore Harrison
Judith Theresa Hasche
Florence Alice Peterson Holden Audrey Telley Jonas
Barbara Vilas Finley King
Carol Corinne Stich Lamar
Dorothy Lee Woodbury Linn Gwendolyn E. Livingston Long Etfie Louise Jessup Matthews Eleanor Bouton Corwin McHenry Donnie Clernenson McNeal
Nancy Yoko Ishida
OTHER LAMBDABETA
Merilee A n n Bennett Laurie Ann Bristow Hillary Anne Crane Bryan Pamela Sue Caudill Elizabeth Anne Craig Caroline Chapman Craig Mary Crawford
Kim Delay
Elizabeth Susan Baum Glascock
Susan Kay Kenley Gundersen Linda Alice Hasencamp Hensiek Maryjane Fay Johnson
Lynnette White McMahoii
April Lynn Ringwald Monroe
Heidi Lynn Morrison
Gwendolyn La Rae Ziegler Myers Mary Elizabeth Bauman Nickerson Kathi Niffenegger
Robin Patricia Nishtwaki Deborah Sloper
Carleen Marie Galasso Smith Ann Carol Perry Webster Lynnetta Jean Walker Winter
Cathryn Francis Henry Creasy
Mary Elizabeth Dabbs
Diane Marie Evans Daughtry Constance Ann Enzbrenner Devine Mildred Frances Holland Donaldson June Miriam Haines Edwards
Ann Kathryn Leonard Edwards Pamela Jean Fortner
Lallie Ernestine Wansley Fryer Breoda Jean Settles Geer Gaylan Leslie Gfroerer
Sarah Jeanne Lemmond Green Karen Ann Pope Hart
Catherine Anne Sponseller Helms Susan Christina Highsmith Katherine Tilley Cox Johnson
Jill Leslie Johnson
Margaret Louise Fulton King Jennifer Ann Lambert
Sharon Kay Watkins Lariscy Louise Burrus Leonard Rebecca Ann Murrah Lovelace Maria Lee Griffith Mariorenz Rhonda Lynn McLean
Lisa Ann Bliss McMichael
Fifi Christina Lamas Menzelos Noelle Jane Mills
Joyce E. Morway
Sharon Lee Marrs O'Quinn Karen Jean Pahl
Ward
Louise
Mohan
McRitchie
California State U.-Long Beach Beverly Dale Hall Coggms
Mary Elizabeth Martin Coppedege


Lee Ann Palmer
Dann Lanice Pruitt
Barbara Louise West Rakestraw
Julie Elizabeth Worrill Reeve
Carol Anne Wooten Ruzic
Marianne Hyndman Seiz
Teresa Marie King Shaper
Lois Helen Johnson Shorlt
Brenda Joyce Smith
Mary Elizabeth Spann
Margaret Ann Scott Spillane
Susan Watson Sturgis Tully
Beverly Marcell Scarboro Willingham
SUSTAINING MEMBER
LAMBDA TAU
Northeast Louisiana U.
Cheryl A n n Larrieu Bourg Terri Denise Parker Marshall
OTHER LAMBDA TAU
Winifred W. Ashcraft
Lois Jouvenat Bernstein
June Hodge Godfrey
Catherine Gregorio
Theresa Lee Gregorio
Lisa Ann Beebe Grubbs
Gayle Suzanne Dickerson Hall Nancy Gay Moon Hearn
Julia Ann Reagan Hebert
Alida Marie Leblanc Lewis
Julia Carol Harlan O'Brien Jacquelyn Denise Petrus
Kathryn Lorena Schauf
Eloise Calhoun Stanhope
Lois Elaine Klemme Theriot Frances Miller Troudale
Donna Marie Tusa
Ann Sweatman White
Rosalie Herring Womack
Margaret Elizabeth Pearson Wood Elise Katherine Rawson Wyatt
SUSTAINING MEMBER
NU
New YorkU.
Patricia Fariy
Elise Belle C. Rebaza Oswald
OTHER NU
Helen Marie P. Scheinin Aimes Martha Jane Morrissey Albert
Enid Watts Busse
Elizabeth Ann Rennmann Chisholm Mary Dolores Denitf
Gladys E. Moeller Drumm
Marie Frances Gunn
Dorothy Joan Nourse Halter Margaret Stewart Fogarty Hanretta Valarie Crosby Lippman
Priscilla Harrington Loomis Mirian Ann Paliwoda Moody
Jane Ballantyne Isbister Nelson Dorothy Mesel Partridge
Elizabeth A Beatty Saltan Dorothy Hazel Robinson Sharpies Jacqueline G. Masterson Shortal Muriel Knott Sturtevant Teemsma Grace Tessier
Eleanor Hanbridge Brown Vandeusen Elizabeth Levinson White
SUSTAININGMEMBER
NU BETA
U. of Mississippi
Jean Scott Phillips Howell Ellen Elizabeth Roberts Russell
OTHER NU BETA
Mary Elizabeth Barrett
Martha Dale Rushing Barrett Patricia Wade Sample Bendall Phyllis Kay Lawrence Buck Marian Ruth Ingram Cummins Leslie Kathleen Farr Enoch Bonnie Lyn Young Fleming Rosemary Stoltz Hill
Catherine Pearl Hirsch
Paula Elizabeth Naremore Hoge Sharon Angela Jones
Melanie Patricia Bernard Ladner Emily Ann Colbert Lehr
Deborah Kaye Duncan Mann
Leigh Ellen Martin
Kaye Frances Brown Martin Johnny Renon Varnell Matlock Luellyn Dickey Day McClure
Jamie Carolyn Penny Michalowski Deborah Lynn Nader
Sharon Elizabeth Reece Nefl
Kathy Lee Eubanks Nelms
Phyllis Eloise Grant Phillips
Devra Kay Porter
Marsha Kathryn Reid
Linda Claire Price Sullivan Laiuana Jo Barton Thomas
Laketa Marie Rickly Thompson Judy Loraine Thompson
Betty Jo Shaw Tutor
SUSTAININGMEMBERS
NU IOTA
Northern Illinois U.
Elizabeth Ann Griffin Hasser Nancy Luise Wargo
Carolyn Grace Wartinbee
OTHER NU IOTA
Pamela Rae Baclawski
Susan Lynn Bennett
Janet Marfha Song
Pamela Sue Calacci Boyer
Claudia Beth Brandon
Patricia Lee Annen Broggi
Susan Patgricia Stanley Tjuehlman Rosanne Marie Snyder Burns Audreel Mary Tremblay Chiricotti Phyllis Ann Hammargren Clayton Jane Ellen White Droese
Geraldine C. Chalifoux Dulkoski Marion Louise Fort Hartmann Connie Kay Schuett Hetfron Judy Ellen Young Huss
Jane Elizabeth Elscott Krupka Joyce Arlene Keller Macal Linda Schwartz McElhany Marcia Elizabeth Davis Moser Lynda Marie Pack
Debra J. Tenkash Plazyk Cheryl Lynn Schmidl
Cynthia Mary Steckel
Janice Ann Wostratzky Voighl Cynthia Renee Paul Wayland Sally Jean Marker Wessels
SUSTAINING MEMBER
NUKAPPA
Southern MethodistU.
Valerie Verne Benoist Adams Helen Cummings Graves Lucille Frances Price Jones
OTHER
NU KAPPA
Laurel Jane H. Sample Clabau Maurice Harris Hugnston
Frances Pauline Cummings Swanson
SPONSOR
NU LAMBDA
U. of Southern California Nancy Lee Anderson Vivas
SUSTAINING MEMBER NU LAMBDA
Geraldine Hunt Brinkley Clark
Jody Clark
Camille Lamar Tribelhorn Crawford Gail L. Sullivan
OTHER
NU LAMBDA
Elizabeth Amy Abbott-Greene Phyllis Austin
Yvonne Frances Spalding Banta Barbara Mildred Bode Barton Teri Lynn Hooker Beaman
Mary Elizabeth Booth
Ada Tolofson Brownell Mildred Arlyn Austin Clark Janie Belle Kesling Crawford Juliet Marie Decampos
Gail Deluca
Mary Inez Bryant Ellis
Mary Lou Ford Falkard
FOUNDATION AWARD WINNERS
The following collegiate and alumnae chapters are winners of the Foundation Awards for the 1985-1986 year.
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Collegiate: Alumnae:
Membership to 65 Membership above 65 Membership to 35 Membership above 35
Omicron Pi
Omega
Kentuckiana
So. Orange County
Outstanding runners up:
Tulsa
Detroit N. Suburban San Jose
Knoxville
San Diego
Baltimore
Monroe
Toledo
Northern Virginia Alpha Phi
Kappa Omega Nu Beta Lambda Sigma Kappa Alpha
OTHER
NU SIGMA
Parsons College
Dorothy Louise Parlapiano Forrester Beverly Anne Wood Freeman
Valerie S. Glaze
Katherine Gulmert
Linda Hasse
Jan Heide
Therese A. Hurtado
Joyce Darlene Hall Jackson Marilyn Tevriz Kezirian Audrey Joyce Scott Kissler Daisy Mae Comer Knudsen Victoria Jane Kurtz
Adrinna Marie Lanting Leanna Doris Long Leonard Juanita Robinson Lovret Alison Joy Marshall
Orelen Gail Klinker Murphy Beverly Nester
Sharon Mustoe Norambuena Susan Marie Pulone
Jane Ann Snider
Lisa Ann Stevens
Diane Duane Wilson Stevens Tamara Mari Warren
Virginia Jean Gardner Yerkes
FOUNDER'S ROLL
NU OMICRON Vanderbilt U. Natalie Overall Warren
SPONSOR NU OMICRON
Marianna McAllister Larue Katrina Overall McDonald Jean Graham Whorley Tripp Jayne Ann Owens Woods
SUSTAINING MEMBER NU OMICRON
Mandy Gray Simpson Barbara Alice Williamson Bratton Clara Rosalie Carr Carson Anne Eaton Meeks Davis Ellena Webb Douglass
Julie A. Fassett
Barbara Bridgeman Dunn Hack
Alison Fox Walton Macheras Mary Kathryn Riley Michel Suzanne Gail Duke Orebaugh Eleanor Gertrude Walker Threlkel
OTHER
NU OMICRON
Joy Murphy Adams
Diana Roberts Thompson Alden Gayle Gnzzard Allen
Caroline Daniell Chadwick Beasley Anne Douglas Cowen Beauchamp Andrea Christine Beldecos
Louise Barry Cecil Bennett
Mary June Greer Bogle
Sharon Lyn Robinson Bonte
Mary Thayer Barnhart Boswell Melinda Jean Forde Bourne
Nancy Louise Perry Bowers
Joy Tresselt Bradley Brenzel Geralyn Patrice Goulet Brown Susan Elizabeth Ludlow Burns
lolis Robbins Carruthers
Nancy Ruth Niemeier Cheadle Emily Elizabeth Dodson Childress Helen Erie Grizzard Clark
Martha Foster Herbert Cochron Mary Wilton Means Cope
Laura Virginia Brown Cragon Melinda Jean Cross
Katherine Inzer Bankston Cross Barbara Evans Craighead Crotzer Sandra Elaine Matthews Daigle Kay Francis Tibbals Davenport Jan Clayton Gates Davis Stephanie Anne Davis
Kellen Clay Dawson
Pamela Dianna Hathcock DeZevallos
Martha Evelyn Graves DeBardeleben
Mildred M. Derryberry Dodd
Angela Jo Berry Donahue
Katheryn R. Crockett Dunn
Hayden Lynn Dyer
Julia Crutcher Cleveland Eisner
Marian Stirling Burnett Ford
Cynthia Elaine Freeman
Ann Elaine Fries
Patricia Ayres Simpkins Garman
Sarah Elizabeth Gill
Jayne Alston Napier Gordon
M. Joan Wallace Gordon
Carol Ann Robinson Greer
Edwyna Howard Griscom
Eleanor Cooper Hill Hahn
Minerva Louise Tuttle Hairston
Jane Jaquins Hampson
Melna Elizabeth Smith Henderson
Virginia Litterer Carson Hofstetter
Terri Sue Galland Jackson
Barbara Anne Shields Kelley
Lucy Ann Bennett Killen
Linda Shipman Landgraf
Gloria Jane Enochs La Roche
Nell Fain Lawrence
Alice Elizabeth M. Lichter
Nina Chambers Martin
Betty Cooper Brinkley May
Katie Rose Woods McClendon
Catherine Ann McDonnell
Mary Carter Hamilton McKnight
Mary Louise Lakoff McMillan
Martha Elizabeth Roberts Meyer
Clair Patrice Prichard Miller
Laverne McNelly Mock
Martha Jeanne Peeler Moore
Nancy Edna Myers
Ann Hartford Johnson Nielson
Sally Baum Nordlund
Mary Horton Ormsby
Ann Parris Thomas Page
Alice Ann Taylor Parks
Sarah Ewing Parker Peay
Mary Ann Donnell Pinkerton
Elizabeth Gail Covington Powell
Rebecca Ann Houston Preston
Evelyn Pet Shepherd Pruden
Gloria Edna Walker Reed
Judith Cragon Reeves
Patricia Carroll Burnetl Rhodes
Sara James West Robertson
Josephine McKelvey Rogers
Polly Anne Asher Rosenblatt Ruth Peebles Andrews Ann Howard Dejournette Rounsevell Ruth Louise Kuqele Baker
Joan Critton Runnion
Rena Lynn Dreskin Schoenberg Susan Anna Schroer
Nita Lanier Shanks
Sarah Dodson Stanford
Sally Elizabeth Hubbard Stapler Deborah Lynn Harper Stiilwell Anne Marie Pandl Stover
Dorothy Adele Akers Thompson Bridgett Leigh Luther Thompson Patricia Jane Murphey Tunno
Pearl E. Tuttle
Joan Mcintosh Van Hulzen
Nancy Ellen Finley Vaughan Beverly Cate Waites
Corinne Gleaves Anderson Watkins Virginia Pierson G. Wiese
Marti Sue Wintrey
Jennifer Carol Wood
Mattie Carter Wood
Eva Jean Wrather
Jean Adams Wright
Rachel Marie King Younger Anne Worsham Ztpp
OTHER OMEGA
Susan Sisterhen Abdnor Jayne Johnston Allen
Dorothy Luise Taylor Begovich Gerit Helma Giesecke Bertsch Lou Ann Bett
Rita Lynn Blickman
Jeanne Gertrude Grigsby Bookwalter Martina Brenner Bordner
Kathryn Long Bowers
Nancy Lou Kiehoorth Brewer
Mary Pamela Grant Brokate Barbara Lynn Jones Brough Alma Lee Conn Bumen Cheryl Marie Carrelli
Alice Mae Kleinfelder Carrico Carolyn Corinne Clark
Lori Lynn Hampshire Crock Kathy Jo Holden Dahler Sharon Marie Davidson Patricia Ann Curran Dengler Barbara Gwynne Yost Dodd Penny Jo Dunfee
Anna E. McConnaughy Easterday Lois Stingfellow Eeles
Nancy Jane McConnaughy Ehrman Terri Flenee Eibert
Karen Lynne Fleischer Steigmann Carol Strong
OTHER
NU ZETA
Chadron State College
PATRON
SPONSOR OMEGA
Margaret Isabelle Barr Amos Edith Roberta Cope Lockard
Analee Belle Roberts
Doris Ann Dailey Schmidt Cynthia Elaine Studnicka Yantzi
OMEGA MiamiU.
Lucile Dvorak Kirk
SUSTAINING MEMBER OMEGA
Eleanor Louise King Blank Linda Mae Ekberg Blau Denise Sue Hewitt Fargo Mary Barnert Boles Folken Barbara Kay Henritze Carol Ann Fiala Jacob Jean Ballinger King
Phylis E. Kreuzwieser Susan Fried Schneilzer Nancy Lynne Shanks Rita Ann Karrick Strebel


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