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1980 Fall - To Dragma

Vol. LXI, No. 12






r/e/d S£a/jf h/ts the Chapter Tra

r Editor's Place. Hobbies . . . not much time, but do
(°l£) What a pleasure it is for me to begin worked on a masters at Iowa State collect mint stamps . . . enjoy family
r-^^ a term as Editor of To Dragma!\ have University. . . sports - rollerskating, swimming,
p — i enjoyed receiving the quarterly publica- tennis, softball; and WSU Cougar
Worked as Family Editor for Pullman sports.
tion and have really been proud to (WA) Herald, substitute school teacher
watch it "grow" and follow AOII women EXTRA NOTE
into all parts of our daily lives. I can find a little bit of Mt. St. Helens
"ash" for anyone collecting those
Former Editor Becky Montgomery "pieces of history." The Evergreen
has set professional standards which State is no longer gray, but there is still
should please To Dragma readers and some around.
I will continue to keep the magazine's
quality at a level of pride for all AOIIs. ISSUES BOUND

Let me remind you that To Dragma Central Office is catching up with its
is your magazine and I want to hear project to finish binding past issues of
from you. Comments, suggestions, To Dragma.
concerns -- all will be appreciated. What
do you want to read? What do you feel According to Sue Lewis, CO
other alumnae and collegiate members administrator, the last bound issue of
should be reading in their sorority the publication was in Summer, 1971.
magazine? Let me know. It will be A Nashville bindery will be completing
impossible to print every word that is the project and soon bound copies will
sent in, but do remember, I will do my be made available to collegiate chap-
best to see that contributions are used. ters for $12. This historical record will
be a valuable asset for chapter fraternity
This issue also includes a readers' Sue Hinz, TD Editor education programs.
survey. Please take the time and fill out
the questionnaire. As a new editor, the and currently editor at the Office of SCHOLARSHIP WINNER
survey will help me get to know you and University Relations - WSU, with respon-
your feelings. sibilities of writing and editing a staff/ Debbie Brewton, a 1979 graduate of
faculty newspaper and coordinating the University of Alabama with a bach-
I am looking forward to hearing from university tours. . . elors degree in history and a minor in
public relations, is the 1980 $500 Helen
you! Member and past secretary of Haller Scholarship recipient.
Pullman Alumnae Chapter, former
WINTER TOPICS Alpha Gamma chapter adviser and She has served Alpha Omicron Pi as
current president of AG corporation; a traveling consultant during the 1979-
To Dragma readers are in store for _ member and past chairman of Frater- 80 school year. Debbie will be pursuing
Winter Issue filled with AOII news of nity Affairs Committee (City Panhelle- her graduate degree in the administra-
today and yesterday. Housemothers - nic). . . tion of higher education with an
their thoughts and feelings - toward emphasis in student personnel at the
AOII will be a special feature in the four- Completing term as president of University of Kansas, at Lawrence as
color issue. Also to be highlighted is Board of Directors for Pullman United she works with Phi chapter.
still more news about Convention 1981 Way, member of boards for Whitman
set for Kansas City, Mo., next June. County March of Dimes, Pullman Area As a member of Alpha Delta chapter
Alumnae news, collegiate notes and Heart Council, Pullman PTA, and she served as corresponding secretary,
other features, too, will be part of the Community Childcare Center. . . philanthropic officer, homecoming
January issue. Be watching. (Deadline chairman and a member of the chapter
for articles is Nov. 1.) Coordinate publicity for Washington relations committee.
Junior Mss Program, and Pullman
ABOUT THE EDITOR Junior Miss Program. . . (For more information about Debbie
and the other members of the Field
Sue Wayenberg Hinz, pledged Member of Washington Press Staff, turn to page 32.)
Alpha Gamma chapter, Washington Women, AAUW, Society of Professional
State University in 1966, pledge class Journalists/SDX, Children's Home
president; chapter reporter and chapter Society of WA. . .
president in sophomore/junior year
(1968); earned a bachelor's degree in Two handsome sons, John, 8, and
communications from WSU and Bill, 4, one understanding husband,



ofalpha om\cron pi

Fall 1980 Vol. LXI, No. 12

Published since January, 1905 by Readers Survey, Fall 1980 4
Regional Leaders Recognized 6
ALPHA OMICRON PI Creativity Contest Announced 9
FRATERNITY, Inc. DJF Scholarship Winners 10
Beta Tau Celebrates 50 Years 15
Founded at Barnard College, Perry Award Winner Picked 16
January 2, 1897 Regional Meeting Reported 18
Development Fund Supporters Listed 26
Founders Field Staff Introduced 32
Jessie Wallace Hughan Founders Day Message 1981 36
Helen St. Clair Mullan
Stella George Stern Perry The Editor's Place 2
Elizabeth Heywood Wyman
The Founders were members of Alpha Alumnae Chapter Activity 5
Chapter at Barnard College of Columbia
University and all are deceased. Profiles 12

Alpha Omicron Pi Central Office Executive Board Perspective 17
2401 Hillsboro Road, Suite 103
Collegiate Chapter Commentaries . . 34
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Telephone: 615-383-1174 On the Cover: To Dragma presents Alpha Omicron Pi's Held Staff for the 1980-81
school year. Pictured on the front steps are TC Katherine Wilson and SCA Deane
EDITOR Waters; second step, SCA Diane Johnson; third step, SCA Terry Parker; fourth
step, SCA Liz Hafner; fifth step, SCA Janice McDonald; and top step, TC June
Sue Wayenberg Hinz, AT Perkins, SCA Ellen Kinch, SCA Janet Fellwock, SCA Debbie Brewton, and TC
NW 1445 Kenny Troylyn Johnson. More about each member of the Field Staff and the program
itself continues on page 32.
Pullman, WA 99163
(509) 332-1168-Home
(509) 335-4527 - Office


Sue Edmunds Lewis, TA
2401 Hillsboro Rd., Suite 103

Nashville, TN 37212

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Address all editorial communications to the
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Nashville, Tennessee.


Reader's Survey, Fall 1980


Take a minute to help your new To Dragma editor! Your response to the questionnaire will help the 7b Dragma staff
prepare a magazine which truly will represent the needs and requests of its readers.
COLLEGIANS: Will you make copies of the questionaire and have it distributed during a chapter meeting? ALUMNAE: Let
us know how you feel about your magazine, too. AND TOGETHER, we will continue to improve the publication!
Reader Profile: (check appropriate category)


Alumna (active in alumnae chapter, advisory capacities, etc.)

Alumna (not presently involved in AOIl-related activities.)

If you are an alumna, check the appropriate categories:

over 50 years of age under 30 years of age

30-50 years of age Employed outside the home


7b Dragma recently established a number of special sections which appear regularly. Please offer your evaluation of these
departments and, remember, comments are welcome.

Seldom Occasionally Regularly Comments

On the Job (career/features)

Exec Board Perspective

Chapter of the Quarter

Collegiate Chapter


Alumnae Chapter Activity

Letters to the Editor

The Editor's Place

Corporation Calls

In each issue of To Dragma there are opportunities to have many feature-styled articles. Check which would be of interest to

you AND, remember, feel free to add any suggestions.

collegiate features (about collegiate members of achievement) successful scholarship programs

alumnae features (about alumnae of merit) successful rush programs

alumnae briefs (updating alumnae across the country) successful pledge programs

fraternity education social issues (specifically

fund-raising ideas _)

our Central Office organization general career information

Comments and suggestions

Thank you for your response. Please return the questionnaire to Sue Hinz, editor, TO DRAGMA, NW 1445 Kenny Pullman
WA 99163.


Ottowa Alumnae Chapter Monterey County at the time, members were joined bbyv l
Alumnae Chapter officers of Region VIII and friends and
The Ottawa Alumnae Chapter has visiting alumnae from several counties ^ _
saved a hydro-therapy unit from a Monterey County Alumnae Chapter, and a various assortment of colleges ^ #
government budget cut. During the and universities.
last three years more than 20 members culminated its first year with an Alpha
of the chapter helped during white Omicron Pi National Citation for the The chapter increased its member-
elephant sales to raise $750 or one-half outstanding new chapter performance.
the cost of the unit used in arthritis Founding president, Mrs. Maurice ship 62% by Spring 1980. W
treatment. Without AOII's donation to (Rosamond) Castle, who is also the
the Arthritis Society, the unit's purchase continuing president, received the Monterey County Chapter looks for-
would have been cancelled. citation for her chapter at the June ward to a full year of activities in which
Regional meeting atthe Sigma chapter members from all parts of the county
The group's sale items, too, went to house at the University of California -
the benefit of still others. When AOII Berkeley. The citation is particularly >will participate in the meetings and
ended its day-long sales, leftover items meaningful to the new California chap-
were donated to another philanthropic ter as it was presented and signed by projects and serve for the greater good
group which would be selling the next the international president, Mrs. John of fraternal life.
day. (Joan) MacCallum. Rosamond also
received the certificate of merit at this oPullman Alumnae Chapter
Isobel Peppier, Beta Tau, Barb regional meeting for her personal Members of the Pullman Alumnae
Baerg, Kappa Phi, and Louise Archer, contribution to her alumnae chapter.
Kappa Phi, also served as volunteers <Chapter have started a "Friend of the
for the Arthritis Society's annual fund The first year for the chapter began
drive. with its official installation atthe Beach Chapter" program this fall. Each
and Tennis Club of Pebble Beach. After month an alumna will be "remember-
a formal ritual service officiated by ing" the Alpha Gamma chapter at Ml
Norma Ackel, International President Washington State University with
cards, calls and many other ways. She
also will be visiting the chapter for
lunch or dinner during her special

Kentuckiana Alumnae Chapter The Super-Special-Regional Meetings-Chapter Adviser-Training-Express
arrived at Regional Meetings this summer carrying training opportunities for
The Kentuckiana Alumnae Chapter our chapter advisers.
was officially reactivated as of February
16, 1980. With 29 alumnae present at a For the first time, a training session for chapter advisers preceded regional
coffee social, the group adopted meetings. The new concept in CA training was designed to help make the job
Bylaws, a budget, elected and installed easier by providing more time for training and concentration than has been
officers. Each member also signed a allowed during previous regional meetings.
letter of intent to send to Central Office
to indicate her dedication to reactivating The result will be better utilization of time and energy, better schedules for
the chapter. instruction and discussion - better training for chapter advisers.

On February 22 Joan MacCallum, Executive Board Members who visited the summer meetings reported
international president, was in Louisville that many advisers were enthusiastic about the pre-meeting training.
and had lunch with five members of the
Alumnae Chapter. "I left feeling like I was truly a part of a first class operation," said a number
of advisers.
Elected officers include Mary
Matarazzo Bryant, Delta Omega,
president; Deidra Henley Sanders,
Delta Omega, vice president; Martha
Sawyer Rust, Phi Omicron, correspond-
ing secretary; Alice Baylor Martindale,
Beta Phi, recording secretary; and Mary
Reeder Bush, Alpha Chi, treasurer.

Other officers include Janice White
Jones, Alpha Chi, panhellenic delegate;
Martha Dillon Mappin, Delta Omega,
and Carrol McClellan Perkins, Delta
Omega, philanthropic chairmen; Paula
Olthius, Omega, social chairman; Terri
Hill Harrison, Kappa Alpha, Member-
ship Information Chairman; Sandy
Alford Gover, Alpha Chi, To Dragma
reporter; and Barbara Lattus Risner,
Delta Omega, public relations.


New Regional Leaders Recognized

Regional Vice President Robin Beltramini is the new Regional A. Humason
Vice President for Region VIII. She
The Regional Vice President pledged Iota chapter at the University Arkansas Tech at Russellville. Melanie
chairs the Regional Operations of Illinois - Urbana/Champaign in lists other interests and activities which
Committee. As an administra- 1969. She served as the chapter's include Panhellenic library board,
tor, she enhances communica- corresponding secretary and was a Sunday School teacher, Children's
tions between the international member of the chapter relations board. Hospital Auxiliary, Little Rock Sym-
organization and the region. During the 1971-72 school year she phony Guild, the Heart Association, the
Her duties are varied and was an AOII traveling secretary. Robin Cancer Association, the YWCA, a
require constant attention and has been membership chairman, vice brownie scout leader, and cub scout
full coooperation. president, panhellenic representative leader. Her husband is manager of a
and president of the Dallas Alumnae luggage and gift shop. They have five
Ginny Struble, RVP for Region V, Chapter. She also worked with the children.
pledged the Phi chapter at the Univer- Dallas Alumnae Panhellenic Associa-
sity of Kansas in January 1963. She tion as fraternity education chairman. Audrey Hoenshell Humason, newly-
served as philanthropic chairman, vice Robin was Region Vll's extension elected RVP for Region VI, pledged
president/pledge trainer and later coordinator. The Beltraminis just AOII at Upsilon chapter and later
pledge adviser. Ginny was a charter moved to Arizona where her husband became rush chairman for the Univer-
member of the Topeka Alumnae Dick is an assistant professor of market- sity of Washington chapter. Her
Chapter and has been president, vice ing and advertising at Arizona State alumnae activities included chapter
president, philanthropic chairman, University. She enjoys cooking and adviser and a member of the corpora-
Panhellenic delegate and historian of sewing. Her first child was born in tion board for Upsilon, president and
the group. From 1976-80 she served August. vice president for the Seattle Alumnae
as a Regional Director. The RVP is a Chapter, treasurer and co-chair of the
staff social worker for the Kansas Melanie Nixon Doyle, Region Vll's Seattle Alumnae Area Group. Audrey
Neurological Institute and a research new vice president, pledged Lambda has served her region as Regional
associate with the University of Kansas Sigma chapter at the University of Finance Officer and Regional Director.
School of Social Welfare. Her com- Georgia in 1959. She served as presi- She earned the Rose Award in 1971
munity activities include the Central dent of her pledge class, junior Pan- and the Laura Hurd Award in 1980.
Congregational Church, YWCA and hellenic delegate, senior Panhellenic The RVP, too, has been a representative
the Shawnee County chapter of the delegate and vice president/pledge to the Seattle City Panhellenic. She has
Arthritis Foundation. She was listed as trainer of the chapter. Her alumnae been a cub scout den mother, a camp
an Outstanding Young Woman of activities include membership in the fire leader, a Sunday School teacher
America in 1975 and earned the Rose Miami, Nashville and Little Rock and a member of the YWCA board. Her
Award in 1979 and the Regional Direc- Alumnae chapters. She has served as husband Harlan is property manager
tor Award in 1979. "AOII has always president of the Little Rock group, for Allstate Insurance. They have two
held special meaning for me," she Panhellenic delegate from 1970-80, sons and a daughter. Audrey enjoys
reported. "It was at Phi chapter that I and president of the Little Rock Pan- gardening, water skiing, sewing and
met my future husband, Bill, who was hellenic in 1976-77. Her regional traveling.
studying pharmacy and was employed responsibilities have included Regional
as a waiter at the AOI1 house." Her Meeting Chairman in 1976, Regional
hobbies include needlework, painting, Director from 1977 to 1980 and
biking, horses and the Kansas City presentation chairman for the Univer-
Royals. The couple has two children. sity of Arkansas at Fayetteville and

"A good adviser may be
born, but she is more likely to
learn through experience that
her job is advising, not decid-
ing. She leads, assists, sug-
gests, and at times, may plead
or wheedle, but she does not

G. Struble R. Beltramini M. Doyle


Regional Finance Officer Ruth Healy Furhovden, Region I s Mothers Club and chairman of house
new RFO, pledged Theta Pi chapter at maintenance for the corporation board.
The Regional Finance Offi- Wagner College, Staten Island, NY, in Her community activities have been
cer supervises all finances of 1960. During her collegiate term she treasurer of her PEO chapter, member
the alumnae chapters, collegi- served as social chairman, assistant of Order of Eastern Star, volunteer for
ate chapters, collegiate chap- treasurer and treasurer. As an alumna the Arthritis Foundation, the Omaha
ter corporations and colonies she has been president of the Syracuse Symphony and a special needs swim
within her region. Alumnae Chapter and served as its program and a reading aide for the
treasurer from 1973-80. She earned Omaha Public Schools. Her hobbies
Pamela Davenport Howard is the the AOII Certificate of Honor in 1972. include swimming, golf, knitting and
new Region VI Finance Officer. She Ruth also is active in her church, the bridge. Husband Don is a construction
pledged AOII at Upsilon chapter, Syracuse Chorale, a church choir and engineer. The couple has two children.
University of Washington, and served as a Laubach Literacy volunteer. Daughter Kimberlee also is a Zeta
as party rush chairman and chapter Currently she is teaching adult women alumna. Currently Sara is a life insur-
president. Her alumnae activities have to read. She and her husband live in ance agent.
included recommendations chairman Liverpool, N.Y.
and assistant rush chairman for Upsilon, Regional Extension Officer
pledge adviser, scholarship adviser Nancy Batsford Dunn pledged Delta
and financial adviser • all for the Upsilon Sigma at San Jose State in 1957. She The Regional Extension
chapter. She also has been active in a was chapter president, Panhellenic
PTA board, Brentwood Club, Washing- delegate and rush chairman. The new Officer is responsible for the
ton Athletic Club, the Samena Club RFO has served San Mateo Alumnae
and the Unity Church. She and her Chapter as president, vice president, extension of the fraternity in
husband have two children. Pam's secretary and treasurer. Nancy, pre-
hobbies include sewing, cooking, viously was busy as Region Vlll's exten- her region. She seeks areas in
skiing, golf, and hiking. sion officer and alumnae director and
was chapter adviser and financial which collegiate and alumnae
P. Howard adviser to the Lambda colony. For
three years she was treasurer for the chapters can be developed, or
Peninsula Auxiliary to the Arthritis
Foundation and is an active member of reactivated. The MlF program
the San Mateo-Burlingame Auxiliary to
Stanford Children's Hospital. She is may periodically demand
owner of Clervi Marble Co. Nancy and
her husband, Al, have five children. some assistance and the new

Sara A. Kirkman Welsh pledged alumnae colony program will
Zeta chapter at the University of
Nebraska at Lincoln in 1954. The new involve the REO.
Region V Finance Officer served as her
chapter's treasurer and house man- Lucy Hendren Hawes, Region III
ager. As an alumna she has been sec- Director, pledged AOII in the fall of
retary of the Lincoln Alumnae Chapter 1967 at Alpha Chi chapter, Western
and secretary of the Omaha Alumnae Kentucky University. While a collegiate
Chapter. Sara, too. has been chairman member she served as activities chair-
for philanthropy, vice president of the man and standards officer. Following
her graduation in 1970 she began a
career as a Delta Airline Flight attendant.
She held her position for 10 years
before resigning to be a fulltime wife
and mother. She and her husband
have two children. Lucy is a member of
Atlanta Tri-County Alumnae Chapter

R. Furhovden N. Dunn S. Welsh L. Hawes


and for the past 1V2 years she has served
as chapter adviser for Gamma Sigma
chapter at George State University. She
has been a Panhellenic delegate for the
alumnae chapter and presently is in
charge of fund-raising.

Sally Huck Drea, Regional Extension J
Officer for Region III, pledged Sigma
Lambda at the University of Wisconsin- S. Drea C. Compese M. Enwall
LaCrosse in 1967. There she served as
the delegate to the Los Angeles con- Mary Daly Enwall, Region Vi s new Phi Upsilon and co-chairman of the
vention in 1969 and as chapter presi- REO, pledged Iota Alpha chapter at advisory committee and member of
dent 1969-70. Her alumnae activities Idaho State University. Her chapter LaFayette Alumnae Chapter. Currently
began with the Phi Delta chapter at UW- activities included corresponding she is a member of the West Suburban
Milwaukee where she served as secretary, rush chairman, Panhellenic (Chicago) Alumnae Chapter and has
chapter adviser from 1972-74 and then delegate, standards chairman and served as its president. Her community
corporation president from 1976-78 as fraternity education chairman. As an activities include president of the hos-
well as a member of the Milwaukee alumnae she has been pledge adviser pital auxiliary, and committee chairman
Alumnae Chapter. From 1977-79 Sally and chapter adviser for lota Alpha for Barrington Poly Club Rally. Her first
was Regional Director in Region II and chapter and rush adviser for Chi Delta love is foxhunting in the English tradi-
worked with the chapters in Wisconsin chapter. Mary has served as president, tion. Her husband is an industrial
and alumnae chapters in Wisconsin program chairman and secretary of the psychologist.
and Michigan. Currently she is a Denver Alumnae Chapter and regional
member of the Broward County extension coordinator for Colorado. Sandra Dowel!, RD, Region III,
Alumnae Chapter. She and her The new REO earned a certificate of pledged Tau Delta chapter at Birming-
husband moved to Florida in the achievement from Chi Delta. She is ham-Southern College in 1974. As an
summer of 1979. At the present time active in AAUWandjuniorhigh religious active she was vice president-pledge
she is an office manager for a dentist in education programs. She and her trainer and chapter relations chairman.
Boca Raton. Her outside interests in- husband, a geologist, have a daughter. During college she was selected as the
clude reading, needlework, gardening, She has taught school for six years and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart and
wallpapering and geneology. plans to work on a masters in reading was listed in "Who's Who in American
at Eastern Washington University at Colleges and Universities." She is
Crystal Compese is the REO for Cheney. employed at B-S C as an admissions
Region VIII. She pledged Chi Delta at counselor and is working on her ele-
the University of Colorado in 1962, as a Regional Directors mentary teacher certification. Her
junior and served as chapter corre- husband is a sales representative for a
sponding secretary. Her alumnae Jane Karasick, a new Region IV direc- life insurance company. Originally
chapter offices have included ways and tor, pledged Phi CJpsilon chapter at from Nashville, she held a summer job
means, secretary, vice president, Purdue in 1964. She served as the at Central Office for two years during
membership information chairman, chapter's president and vice president. college.
and for the past two years, president. Jane has been an alumna adviser for
She also was chapter adviser for the
Sigma Phi chapter at Cal State Univer- Other new
sity-Morthridge for 3'/2 years. For two Regional Directors
years Crystal has been a rush
counselor at CSUM and this year she will be
was in charge of the counselors. Last announced in the
year she was Panhellenic delegate for
AON to the San Fernando Valley Alum- winter issue
nae Panhellenic and served as president
Her community activities include presi- S . Dowell >
dent of Holy Family's Adoptive Parents,
committee chairman of a cub scout N. Bowers
pack and a membership director for
the girl scouts. Her husband teaches
history at Granada Hills High School
and they have two children. She enjoys
reading, sewing, cooking and needle-


Ann Gilchrist, RD for Region IV, "An aduiser may develop a
pledged Theta chapter at DePauw
University in 1956. She has been active permanent earache from a
in three alumnae chapters over the last
few years: Terre Haute as vice president, great amount of time on the
Panhellenic president and scholarship
adviser to Kappa Alpha for one semes- telephone, but it's all worth-
ter; Indianapolis as vice president,
secretary, president and Panhellenic while when a crisis is resolved,
representative, and the Sound Bend,
Ind. chapter. Ann also serves as treas- a program is organized, orjust
urer of the State Panhellenic Associa-
tion and has served as a member one young woman takes a
(president and secretary) for the Theta
corporation. She works in her husband's great stride forward in per-
farm construction business office.
They have four children. A past RD for sonal development and
8 years, she took two years off and now
is back to it! She is presently active in growth as she learns from the
Stansfield Circle which works in the
community with several programs experience of her older sisters."
including cancer research, preschool
program and a Golden Age program. S. Schleselman N. Longmire

Nancy Bowers, RD for Region 111, Norma Longmire, newly-named Southern California Chapter for meet-
pledged Nu Omicron at Vanderbilt in Regional Director of Region VI pledged ings and served as its president and
] 953 and served as the chapter's re- Kappa Rho at Western Michigan secretary. Moving to Spokane in 1977,
cording secretary. She was on the NO University in 1954. She was president she has served as the City Panhellenic's
corporation board and became treas- of her pledge class and then followed assistant rush chairman and now is
urer and then president. She has been as treasurer of the chapter. A teacher chairman. She had been a member of
president of the Nashville Alumnae after graduation, Norma was active in a the Jaycee auxiliary and Children's
Chapter twice and is president-elect at California alumnae club before clubs Home Society. Norma and her husband
the present time. Nancy was chairman were disbanded. Norma and a friend own and manage Holiday Pools
of the Region Ill's meeting in the 1960's then did the necessary things to have Corporation. They have two children.
and was a former AOI1 Panhellenic the group be reinstated as a chapter. She enjoys handicrafts and traveling.
delegate to Nashville City Panhellenic. She had been commuting to the
She was chairman for the printing at
International Convention in 1979. She Creativity Contest
and her husband own Bowers Ink Co. Announced for 1980
and have three daughters. A former
school teacher, she loves needlework To Dragma is calling for Alpha Omicron Pi collegiate and
and was co-founder of the Gourmet alumnae entries into the (Third) Annual To Dragma Creativity
Club of Nashville. The RD is a member Contest.
of an investment club and loves gar-
dening, especially collecting wild ferns The theme is our Convention 1981 theme "Making
and flowers. Dreams Come True" and there are four categories in which
you can enter: Artwork, Poetry, Prose and Photography.
Shelly Schleselman, pledged Delta Entries will be judged according to theme expression and
Pi at Central Missouri State University artistic expression. Entries that do not comply with the
in 1974. As a member the new RD for category restrictions will not be considered.
Region V served as historian, philan-
thropic chairman, corresponding WHO'S ELIGIBLE TO ENTER: All the author's name on each sheet.
secretary and on numerous commit- initiated AOII's, alumnae or collegians (Please limit manuscripts to four typed
tees. As an alumna she was chairman are invited to submit entries. pages.) Artwork may be any size but
of the calling committee. Her should be signed with the artist's name
community activities include her CATEGORIES: Four separate and chapter of initiation.
church, board member of the Board of categories of competition have been
Education, counselor of a youth group set: artwork (black and white only); SUBMIT T O : To Dragma Creativity
and member of the Council for photography (color) and (black and Contest, c/o Sue Hinz, editor, NW 1445
Exceptional Children. Presently she is white); prose (short stories, essays, Kenny, Pullman, WA 99163. Name,
teaching 5-6 grade special education in character sketches...) and poetry. You address and chapter of initiation
Grandview. She enjoys sewing, sports, may enter as many categories as you should be included with each entry. All
singing, and theatre-going. wish. More than one entry per category entries must be postmarked by
is permitted. midnight, Nov. 30,1980. Entries will be
returned if a self-addressed, stamped
FORMAT: Photography should be 8 envelope is included. Winning entries
x 10 glossy prints. Prose and poetry will be used through the year in 7b
should be typed, doublespaced, with Dragma issues.


Diamond Jubilee Foundation

Annual Scholarships Awarded

The Diamond Jubilee Foundation J . Ashin K. Millard N. Sternal M. Dayhutt
has announced the award of 21 grad-
uate and undergraduate scholarships work together to select the most worthy Nancy Sternal, of Joliet, III., a 1979
for the 1980-81 school year. applicants. Financial need, scholar- graduate of the University of Illinois,
ship, chapter activities and campus plans to attend the University of Texas
According to Mildred Eldridge, Delta, activities are all important considera- to work toward a masters of business
chairman of the DJF Scholarship tions, Mrs. Eldridge reported. All under- administration. She plans a career in
Committee, the foundation has graduate applicants are notified by May investment or commercial banking.
provided thousands of dollars to help 15.
hundreds of young women complete Eighteen undergraduate D J F awards
their education since DJFs start in •••• were given.
Three graduate students received Mary Dayhuff, of St. Paul, Minn., is a
The foundation was the brainchild of the Muriel T. McKinney Scholarships. member of Tau chapter at the Univer-
Muriel T. McKinney who saw the need sity of Minnesota where she is working
for scholarships to enable collegians to Joy Ashin, of Philadelphia, Pa., is a on a B.A. degree in advertising due in
complete their education as well as to 1979 graduate from the University of 1981. She hopes to work in public rela-
provide for girls who transferred to Delaware where she was a member of tions for the entertainment industry.
another campus to work with a chapter Delta Sigma chapter. She plans to
with special needs. pursue a masters degree in creative Vici Barken, of Sherman Oaks.
arts therapy at the Hahnemann Medical Calif., will earn her bachelors degree
DJF also gives scholarships to non- College Hospital. Joy plans to become from California State University at
AOHs each year through a grant to a an art therapist. Northridge in 1981. The Sigma Phi
selected university. For 1980 the chapter member then plans to work on
University of Maine, a large state univer- Katherine Millard, of Islington, a masters degree in speech therapy.
sity offering many loans, will receive the Ontario, is a 1980 graduate of the
extra assistance from AOII. The univer- University of Toronto where she earned Kathy Blair, of Flagstaff, Ariz., is a
sity will pick recipients of the funds. a bachelor of physical and health member of Theta Omega chapter at
education. Katherine, a member of Northern Arizona University and will
The Scholarship Committee Beta Tau during her college years, graduate in 1981 with a degree in
members include Rosalie Barker, plans post graduate education at the business administration. She plans a
Sigma Omicron; Patricia Mottweiler, University of Toronto. She hopes to career in airline or banking manage-
Theta; Karen Tucker, Delta Delta; Olga teach handicapped children. ment.
Vatcher, Lambda, and Mrs. Eldridge.

••• •

Committee members would like to
remind collegians that the selection
process for next year's awards begins
in January when application forms are
mailed to collegiate chapter presidents.

Completed forms, signed by the
chapter adviser, must be received by
the scholarship chairman by March 1.

Applications are reviewed by the
chairman and then sent to other
committee members. The five women

V. Barken K. Blair E. Bishop ( ^^^^^ R. Fincher

10 C. Bumette L. Brumbeloe

mm Y Leslie Horiacher, of Spokane, si
Wash., is majoring in English and
• education at Washington State
University. The Alpha Gamma chapter
I member plans to be a teacher and
coach in track and field when she
completes her degree in 1981. •

L Horiacher E. Herbster Jeanine Kimmerle, of Terra Haute, C Neesler M. Mayh
Ind., is working on her bachelors
degree in Spanish from Indiana State
University. She hopes for a career in
national or international government
work following her college education.
Jeanine is a member of Kappa Alpha

J . Kimmerle K. Kruszka Kathleen Kruszka, of North Hunting- K. Proverse C. Resnik
ton, Penn., will finish her bachelors
Eugenia Bishop, of Cairo, Ga., will be degree in criminology from Indiana Cynthia Resnik, of North
a 1981 graduate of La Grange College University (Penn.) in 1981. The Huntington, Penn., plans to teach
(Ga.) where she is a member of Gamma Beta chapter member hopes elementary school following her
Lambda Chi chapter. After completing for a career with a federal agency. graduation from Indiana University in
her degree in mathematics she plans 1981.
to pursue a graduate degree in business. Michele Naylor, of Monomonee
Falls, Wis., a member of Phi Delta Kathleen Shore, of Vancouver, B.C.,
Catherine Bumette, of Longwood, chapter at the University of Wisconsin, is majoring in commerce at the Univer-
Fla., will complete her bachelors Mlwaukee, is working on a degree in sity of British Columbia where she is a
degree in education from the University pharmacy. The 1982 graduate then member of Beta Kappa chapter. She
of Florida in 1981 where she is a plans to become a registered pharma- plans a career in public relations,
member of Gamma Omicron chapter. cist and then work toward an advance employment or career counseling.
She plans to become an elementary degree in pharmacology.
teacher. Kathleen Walter, of Indianapolis,
Cynthia Nessler, of Hoffman Ind., a member of Kappa Kappa
Lisa Brumbeloe, of Longwood, Fla., Estates, III., completes her bachelors chapter at Ball State University com-
graduates from La Grange College, degree from Illinois Wesleyan pletes her bachelors degree in pre-med
(Ga.) in 1981. The Lambda Chi chapter University in 1981. The Beta Lambda biology in 1981. She then plans to
member is majoring in English and chapter member then plans to enter enter medical school.
plans a career in public relations/ dental school.
advertising. Elizabeth Wyman, of Marietta, Ga.,
Kay Provorse, of Fremont, Neb., a finishes her bachelor's degree in
Rebecca Fincher, of Towson, Md., is member of Phi Sigma chapter, com- special education from the University
working on her bachelors degree at pletes her bachelors degree in special of Georgia in 1981. The Lambda
Washington College, Maryland. The education from Kearney State College Sigma member hopes for a career in
Sigma Tau chapter member plans to in 1981. college administration or continue her
complete her undergraduate degree in education for a degree in behavior
1982 and continue her education at disorders.
graduate school in child psychology.

Elizabeth Herbster, of Belgrade, K. Shore K. Walter 41
Mont., is a member of Alpha Phi chap- E. Wyman
ter at Montana State University. She is
working on her bachelors degree
which will be completed in 1982 and
she hopes to become an accountant/



Adviser Learns of AOII's Bond

GE3 Editor's Note: Dr. Diane L. appointment for the chapter president 2!
Ris is the new chapter adviser and me to discuss this further," Dr. Ris
S3 at Omega Xi chapter, More- continued. Dr. Diane Ris
head State University. She
was born in Port Chester. N. Y. When the young women arrived at sor of education decided to commit
and attended elementary and her office a few days later, she was herself to AOI1.
high school in New Rochelle, impressed by their seriousness and
N.Y. and Washington, D.C Dr. honesty. "It was important to me that all the
Ris became a member of the chapter members be told that I was a
Sisters of Providence of St. "I discovered that they had tried very nun," she explained. "I was not at all
Mary-of-the-Woods, Ind., 29 hard to find an adviser and had not met sure that this would be acceptable to
years ago. She was initiated with much success," Dr. Ris said. "It them since AON is a social sorority. I
as a member ofAlpha Omicron was during this meeting that the name had not yet discovered the spiritual
Pi January 29. 1980. Alpha Omicron Pi took on meaning for bond that AOH sisters treasure so
me." deeply. The awareness of this bond has
When one of my students remained been an unending source of delight."
after class one cold November day and "I was quite interested in knowing
asked, "Dr. Ris, would you ever consider exactly what would be expected from Dr. Ris describes her initiation and
being our sorority adviser?", my life me as a chapter adviser. Their job installation last January as "very
took on a whole new dimension, ex- description . . . 'to attend a weekly touching."
claimed the Morehead State University meeting and be present at some of our
faculty member. functions' caused me to smile as 1 think "The women of Omega Xi welcomed
about 'time'. There is no way to measure me with a warmth and trust that caused
"I knew absolutely nothing about the endless hours spent in sharing 'life' me to experience a new dimension of
sororities since I had attended an under- - nor is there any need t o f the adviser sisterhood." I, in turn, could bring to
graduate college that did not have a emphasized. them the richness of many years of
Greek Organization," Dr. Ris explained. sisterhood as a sister in a religious
The little information she had previously "There is no way to measure community," she explained.
acquired painted a rather dismal picture, the endless hours spent in
but she responded, "What does an sharing life - nor is there any Her motivation for accepting the
adviser do?" need to." chapter advisory position was one of
"The student's face registered dis- After an intense 'rush' by the Omega
belief that I had not come up with an Xi chapter, talking with advisers from "Little did I realize that 1 would be the
immediate excuse for not taking on other sororities and asking many, 'receiver' by becoming a member of
such a responsibility. We made an many questions, the associate profes- AOII. I came in the back door,' as it
were." she laughed.
Dr. Ris and Student
While attending a professional meet-
ing last February in Nashville, the new
adviser decided to pay Central Office a

"(CO Exec) Sue Lewis was very
encouraging and provided me new
insights into the spirit and history of
AOII. Attending the June Regional
Meeting in Bloomington, III., also rein-
forced the bond of sisterhood that is


shared outside of one's own immediate As the Little Prince said so well, "It is
chapter," the new adviser added. only with the heart that one sees rightly.
"Names that I had only seen on paper What is essential is invisible to the eye."
became sisters and friends. Sharing
common problems and creative ideas "I am deeply grateful to the sisters of
with other advisers and RDs was a high Omega Xi," Dr. Ris said, "for their spirit
point of the meeting. of trust and friendship. It makes my
'yes' to their question Would you ever
"I returned home eager to share the consider being our chapter adviser?' a
spirit of sisterly love that flowed glad response!"
through these special days."
Dr. Ris has been on the
Dr. Ris committed herself to the
chapter and AOII for still another Morehead faculty since 1977.
She also has been at Ball State
"I accepted the role of chapter adviser
in order to touch the lives of these University and Indiana-
women in a way not possible in a class-
room. To be a strength in the difficult Purdue University. From 1954
times and a joy-sharer in the glad times;
to be a listener, a speaker, a giver, a to 1975 she was a- classroom
receiver; to help them reach out to life
and live it fully!" she said. teacher in a number of ele-

" . . . If I tell you who I am, you mentary schools in Indiana,
may not like who I am, and it is
all that I have . . ." Illinois and Maryland. Oriel Campbell

Attendance at weekly meetings, The AOII adviser has written Alumna Honored
sports events, social functions, quiet a number of professional For Dedication
talks, walks, phone conversations, articles and has presented
letters and rituals are all the vehicles numerous talks. Her research Oriel Campbell Morphey, Alpha Phi,
she uses to be with the chapter. deals with the effects of formal has been presented by the Portland,
pre-student teaching exper- Ore., Opera Guild for the "Woman of
"All growth takes time and is often iences on the anxiety and per- Dedication" award.
painful. A young woman's fear that'... formance of beginning student
if I tell you who I am, you may not like teachers in the elementary The life member of the Portland
who 1 am, and it is all that I have . . .' school. Alumnae Chapter recently was
needs to be reverenced." honored by the Federation of
Dr. Ris is a member of several Women's Organizations of Portland as
A chapter adviser is in a very special the annual award winner.
position to provide that respect and to professional organizations as
call the 'other' to new life and growth! After moving to Portland, Oriel
well as the International Read- worked 29 years for Portland General
Electric Co. Following retirement she
ing Association, Kentucky married Lloyd "Pat" Morphey. The
couple supports the many arts as well
Association of Teacher Educa- as many charities including AOII's local
and national philanthropies.
tors and the Kentucky Assoc-
She has been a member of the
iation of College Teacher Opera Guild for many years, serving on
the board of directors for six years. She
Educators. was treasurer, corresponding secretary
and a working member of many
In addition to her AOII committees.
advising duties, she is adviser
for 49 undergraduates and 28 "Oriel has been an inspiration to all
graduate students enrolled at of us for her devotion to the Guild, and
the university. at the same time her devotion to Alpha
Omicron Pi," reported AOII Diane
Cornell Scholarship Available Eaton, of Portland. "Most of all, we
appreciate her cheerfulness, kindness
Applications for the Alpha Omicron Pi Graduate Woman's Fellowship to and diplomacy. Her dependability and
Cornell University must be completed by March 1 for consideration for the 1981 - spirit of cooperation make her truly a
82 academic year. woman of dedication, and a woman of
whom AOII can be very proud."
The fellowship was established in 1966 by Epsilon chapter. It is available to a
woman graduate student from any accredited college or university, with Send any suggestions for
preference (other qualifications being equal) to a member of Alpha Omicron Pi. Alumnae Profiles to the
To Dragma Editor.
For further information one can write to The Graduate School, Cornell
University, Ithaca, N.Y. 14853. The application should include a statement of AOII

Sharon Willis, of Ithaca, was the recipient of the fellowship for the 1980-81
academic year.


Look Ahead to June 1981


Kansas City to Host Convention

Come to the Midwest as Alpha of AOII democracy at work, expressing A
Omicron Pi holds Convention 1981 in your chapter's point of view or concern
Kansas City! on an issue and finally, not wanting to i
leave when the last morning arrives. III
What better way to enjoy meeting II
AOIIs from around the country than in "Convention '81 promises to be all
the "Heart of America," the "City of that and MORE," Mrs. MacCallum said. Kansas City is well-known for its "City of
Fountains" and the home of "The The MORE is what you personally can Fountains" nickname, but also claims the
Plaza" all rolled up into Kansas City, bring to Convention and how you help Nelson Art Gallery (shown in the background),
Missouri. make the theme "Making Dreams ranked among the top six of the most compre-
Come True" really work. hensive art museums in the country. The
Sisters flying into the Kansas City Nelson Art Gallery has held various famous
Airport will be taken downtown to the Every chapter which sends a delegate exhibits, including the People's Republic of
Radisson-Muehlebach Hotel where is repaid tenfold in all the fresh ideas China exhibit held in 1976 in only three
registration for the convention starts on and enthusiasm which she brings museums around the country.
Thursday, June 25. home. Each AOII who attends as a non-
delegate returns home inspired, and the most comprehensive art museums
The AOII convention traditionally is a also determined to attend another in the country, and was one of three
mixture of excitement, sidesplitting Convention! galleries to host the Peoples' Republic
fun, new ideas and learning approaches of China Exhibit in 1976.
to myriad challenges, explained Inter- In addition to business sessions for
national President Joan MacCallum. "It all Council members, there will be Many people are lured into Kansas
is meeting new sisters, building lasting hours devoted to small group sessions City because of the many shops and
friendships with sisters of all ages and for various officers, a time to discuss centers, both downtown (where Con-
realizing that regional and international new techniques and exchange ideas, to vention '81 will be held), at the Plaza
officers also can be fun-loving!" she plan to give or receive special help. and especially at Crown Center.
added. The meetings, too, are talking
until all hours of the night being inspired "All this will be interlaced with award Crown Center
anew by our timeless Ritual, being part and citation presentations at luncheons The 85-acre Crown Center Hotel and
and dinners, and, of course, the Crown Center Shops holds over 85
Linda Mansur, a 1979 graduate from Central Opening Banquet filled with pomp and shops and boutiques, eight restaurants,
Missouri State University at Warrensburg and circumstance, and the magnificent and the famous five-story-high indoor
Delta Pi chapter, will be describing plans for and unequalled Rose Banquet on the tropical garden and waterfall located in
Convention 1981 to To Dragma readers. Linda final evening," she added. the hotel lobby.
currently lives in Kansas City and works as a Crown Center in itself is a day's acti-
staff writer/photographer for the American "Ask anyone who has attended a vity with its International Cafe area and
Academy of Family Physicians at its national convention," the AOII exec challenged. spring and summer festivals, art fairs
headquarters and its in-house publication. "They'll tell you it's an experience of a and special events.
AAFP Reporter. lifetime. Better yet, plan to experience it Another place to shop is Westport
yourself. Check June 25-29 on your Square, the original jumping off spot
14 calendar for next summer when for the Santa Fe, California and Oregon
Convention 1981 hits the Midwest and
join your sisters in 'Making Dreams
Come True' in Kansas City."

In the heart of Kansas City is the
Country Club Plaza, now more than 50
years old and the first major shopping
area in the United States. The Plaza
covers 55 acres and with over 180
establishments including eight movie
theatres and some 25 restaurants.
Wherever you look there is the air of an
outdoor museum complete with
fountains, beautiful Spanish architec-
ture and horsedrawn carriage rides.

Only minutes away from the Plaza is
the Nelson Gallery of Art - Atkins
Museum of Fine Art. The Nelson Art
Gallery is ranked among the top six of

Trails. The area is a recreated era of the •2
1830 s with restored shops, outdoor
restaurants and art galleries. At night,
Westport Square turns into a popular
night spot.

On the outskirts of Kansas City is the
famous Worlds of Fun amusement
park with its new "Orient Express"
rollercoaster. The 153-acre park is
divided into five international themes,
Americana, Europa, Orient, Africa and
Scandinavia and is only 12 minutes
away from the downtown area.

Also close to Kansas City is Indepen-
dence, Mo., home of President Harry S.
Truman and the Harry S. Truman
Library and Museum. The Truman
Library holds nearly 10 million papers
and historical material as well as a
reproduction of the Truman Oval office
and a mural painted by Missouri's
Thomas Hart Benton.

(Editor's Note:Several tours, The Country Club Plaza, the first American shopping center is bedecked with sparkling fountains,
ranging from just a few hours beautiful Spanish architecture and more than 180 shops, theatres and restaurants. At night, the area
to three-days long will also be comes alive with night spots and horse-drawn carriage tours.
available. Information on all
tours will be published in the
Winter issue of TO DRAGMA.)

Beta Tau Celebrates Golden Anniversary

( Special guests included Joan The international president's
MacCallum, international president; presence was special to the chapter
f It A Helen McMahon, regional vice presi- and members as well. Beta Tau was the
dent; Jeannie Sells, regional director; reason Joan Deathe MacCallum
Jean Rose discussing Beta Tau's first years. and six founding members of Beta Tau became an AOII. She came to Toronto
chapter. for a football game and, following the
On May 10, 1980, the Beta Tau game, ended up at Beta Tau's for a
chapter at the University of Toronto, Guests mingled before the luncheon post-game party.
Toronto, Canada, officially came of started. Later toasts and presentations
age. Its 50th anniversary luncheon was started the most impressive part of the So impressed was she, that Joan
celebrated at the Four Seasons celebration. became an AOII at Montreal.
Yorkville Hotel, attended by more than
120 AOIIs. Seven speakers revealed different A number of gifts were given during
aspects of Beta Tau and AOII. Its the anniversary celebration. The chap-
struggles and glories were reported as ter received a silver tray commemora-
were the memories cherished over the ting the 50 years and a new ritual robe
years. Barb Otton compiled a brief which begins the chapter's efforts to
history and the group was most fortu- replace their robes over the next few
nate to be able to hear about the first years.
days at Beta Tau from Jean Fraser
Rose, a founding member. A book of Beta Tau's history, too,
was given to the house. The luncheon's
The honored member told her end brought about the start of a recep-
audience that the times had changed tion at the chapter house, followed by a
but certainly not the spirit of sister- supper carried on the day of memories
hood. . . for Beta Tau sisters and other AOIIs.
Scrapbooks came out of hiding and
Mrs. MacCallum continued by sisters reminisced throughout the day
expressing her feelings that AOII has and into the evening.
come a long way, but members must
continue to maintain the sorority's It was such a happy day for Beta Tau,
prestige by continuing to give of our- exclaimed reporter Caroline Gaughan.
selves. May there be many more!


Perry Award Recipient Recognized

Anne's inspiration and ser- "The greatest responsibility of the Other activities include co-chairman
vice to her chapter, using the chapter president is to earn her chap- of the 1980 Greek Week special events,
principles and philosophy of ter's respect - and to hold it - so that she Blue Key, and Phi Delta Chi, Lambda
Alpha Omicron Pi. demon- can get her sisters to work for and with Kappa Sigma and Pi Lambda Sigma
strate her dedication to our her," the new graduate explained. "The pharmacy honoraries. Anne was select-
fraternity. These gualifications, president needs to be able to take a ed by HEW to represent the interests of
as well as loyalty to her ideas firm stand but not be afraid to admit a students in the State of Georgia at the
and contributions to the cam- mistake." National Student Educational Founda-
pus and the community, make tion-Student/Commissioner Confer-
us proud to name her this "One should always remember: ence at Washington, D.C., in 1977 and
year's outstanding president There are two sides to every story, no was picked as an "Outstanding Young
of a collegiate chapter ofAlpha matter who appears to be right!" Women of America" in 1979.
Omicron Pi.
During her AOII collegiate years Anne's parents are Mr. and Mrs. G.M.
Jessie Marie Senor Cramer, Anne also served as chapter corre- Wooten, Jr., of Marietta, Ga. She has
chairman sponding secretary, corporation vice two brothers, Mike and Phil. Mike, a
Perry Award Committee president and a member of leader's 1979 graduate of Florida Institute of
council. Technology, lives with his wife, PJ., in
Carol Anne Wooten, the 1979-80 Cocoa Beach, Fla., where he is a pilot
president of Lambda Sigma chapter at She also served on the executive and flight instructor forthe Merritt Island
the University of Georgia, has been board of the Student Pharmaceutical Air Service. Phil is a high school senior.
named the Stella George Stern Perry Association and was president of the
Award recipient for 1980. group in 1979-80. Anne was named to Her father (who also was president of
the board of directors for the Georgia his fraternity as a senior) is a salesman
Anne, a June graduate of UG in Pharmaceutical Association also for for the Ekonomie Binder Company in
pharmacy, reported that her five-year the 1979-80 school year. Atlanta. Her mother, Nell, who has an
pharmacy curriculum "gave me the undergraduate degree in music from
pleasure of five undergraduate years as The Perry Award winner served two the University of North Carolina and a
an AOII." years on the Student Senate and was a masters in education from Georgia
member of the University Council for State University, teaches first grade in
Currently she is employed at St. one year. She was a Phi Gamma Delta Marietta.
Mary's Hospital in Athens. Ga., as a Little Sister and a staff writer for the
pharmacy intern. She is working to Crucible.
complete the 1500 hours of internship
as required by the State of Georgia to • >./
take the Georgia Pharmacy Boards. •
When she earns her license, Anne said m J\
she would like to work in pharmaceuti- /
cal sales as a manufacturer's represent-
ative in the Atlanta, Ga., area. Anne, her parents and brother Phil

What does AOII's most honored
collegiate president feel she has receiv-
ed from her sorority?

"From AOII membership, I believe I
gained most from a strengthening of
character. I believe that the strong point
in the Greek System overall is the big
brother/big sister program which a
pledge learns many things including
acceptable standards of social and
moral conduct," she explained.
"Another important gain from being an
AOII is the extensive leadership training
arising from the experiences of self-
government in the house."

The Perry Award winner emphasized
the responsibility accepted by chapter



'Celebrating Success'

During AOII's "Celebrate Success" members sharing ideas and ideals and lenic Conference when we joined ft
regional meetings this summer, we growing together, Sharon added. in 1905. The organization had
had fun sharing and learning about the
elements of successful AOII member- Personal development and pride - been in existence since 1902. AOII
ship, recruitment and development -- and the avenues AOII have opened for
Product, Price, Promotion, Place "practical application" of the four A s -- held the chairmanship of NPC in
(dubbed the four P's.), described have played a major role in AOII's
Executive Board member Sharon success story. Filer • o
Martin. O91967-1969. Mary Louise
"We can take great pride in the
The real key to this concept and to growth and development of AOII over Roller was the chairman.
our "every day living" is PRIDE -- pride the years. And, we can be proud that we 6. AOII was one of the first fraternities
in ourselves, pride in AOII, emphasized now all play an integral part in her to have a national magazine. 7b
the director. "We must be proud of our continual growth and success-success,
abilities, appearance, attitudes and internally, as an organization, and Dragma, which means the sheaf,
actions. Be proud that AOII provides success and development on the
tools to further develop the four A s ' ; to campus and within the community," has been published continuously Ml
bring about personal growth and real- the director added.
ization." since 1905.
The following is an appendix to the
What are these tools? Happy Chapter Game Plan, a brief (D7. The lifeblood of AOII is her volun-
Our bea utiful Ri tua I, wh ich expresses listing entitled "Why A m I proud To Be teers who serve in several capacities
the high ideas and principles of our An AOII?" Let's learn a few rewarding from chapter advisers to Executive
Founders and sets out guidelines for facts - and perhaps a little "Food for Board members. Although they
our daily lives; the myriad of excellent thought" can be instilled for the future are not compensated for their
manuals, programming materials and additions to this impressive list, Sharon work, we have literally thousands
special publications giving us rich suggested.
resources, ideas and printed guidelines; of w o m e n who, over the years,
training sessions/seminars giving us WHY AM I PROCID T O B E AN AOII? have contributed untold hours to
applicable techniques and active par- the livelihood of the fraternity.
ticipation; volunteer leaders -- our sisters 1. AOII was founded on January 2,
and "teachers" sharing "experiences" 1897 by four college juniors who 8. In 1967, AOII adopted arthritis
and, of course, all sister/fellow chapter had the foresight and wisdom to research as its international phil-
develop a society whose ideals and anthropy when the Frontier Nursing
•I ;: principles are as fresh and challeng- Service no longer needed our
ing today as they were when they support. Since that time we have
t were first developed. donated thousands of dollars and
hundreds of hours in support of
Executive Board Member Sharon Martin super- 2. AOII became national in 1898 with arthritis research. In 1977, Council
vises corporations, philanthropy and scholarship. the founding of R chapter at Sophie voted to organize the Philanthropic
An initiate of Delta Pi chapter at Central Missouri Newcombe in Mew Orleans, La. Foundation which would handle
State, she served her chapter as both pledge Our next six chapters were founded all of the money donated by AOIIs
trainer and president. She has served on the at the prestigious universities of to Arthritis Research. With the
Delta Pi corporation board and gained even New York University (Nu); Univer- Foundation, all monies are now
more collegiate chapter operations experience sity of Tennessee (Omicron); tax deductible.
when she assisted with the colonization and Randolph Macon College (Kappa);
installation of Lambda Omega chapter at (University of Nebraska (Zeta); 9. We have a fund dedicated to the
Northwest Missouri State. Her alumnae activities University of California-Berkeley support of sisters in need. The
are extensive. Professionally, she is with the (Sigma); and DePauw University Ruby Fund was established in
trust department of the Missouri Bank and (Theta). 1947 and is overseen by three
Trust Company where she is the executive trustees. All gifts from the Ruby
secretary for the chairman of the board and 3. We became international in scope Fund are totally confidential. The
president, and assists in trust department in 1930 when Elizabeth Heywood Diamond Jubilee Foundation is
operations and accounting. Wyman installed Beta Tau chapter another special fund -- an educa-
at the University of Toronto. Today tional tax free trust created by
we have two collegiate chapters in Council in 1959. DJF annually
Canada: Beta Tau and Beta Kappa awards a number of scholarships
(University of British Columbia). to deserving AOII students. A grant
is also awarded to a college for
4. In 1931, we became one of the first distribution to a student outside
fraternities to adopt an international the fraternity membership.
philanthropy when we pledged our
support to the Frontier Nursing 10. AOII is the best fraternity of which
Service in Kentucky. anyone could ever be a member!!

5. We also were one of the earliest Yes, I AM PROUD TO BE AN AOII.
members of the National Panhel- I'm confident you share this warm feel-
ing. Join me now in "celebrating
success" and spreading the word of

Sharon Martin
Member, Executive Board


Regional Meetings

Collegians, Alumnae Celebrate Success

Eighty-plus AOIIs met at Towson Chapter, received honorable mention. on the Student Union porch for a
State University, Towson, Md. June 13- The Alumnae Improvement Award delicious barbeque. After the opening
15, for Region Is biennial meeting. Inter- was given to the Washington, D.C., business session it was party time at
national President Joan MacCallum, Alumnae Chapter. Certificates of Parks Tower. By this time the pace had
Carmel Kaiser, Deb Strickland and Achievement went to the Washington, been set for a fun weekend.
Leslie Welsh led rush sessions; Helen D.C., Northern Virginia. Wilmington,
McMahon, RVP, conducted the business Baltimore and Syracuse Alumnae Under the leadership of Peg Crawford,
sessions. chapters. Int. V. Pres/Development and TC
Debbie Brewton the training sessions
Region I gets off to fine start. Beta Tau chapter at the University of were described as most informative
Toronto earned the Collegiate Chapter and inspiring.
But it wasn't all serious business, Improvement honor. The collegiate
added meeting reporters. A pre-meeting Leadership award went to Arlene Roses and candlelight greeted 120
dinner for honored guests and advisers Drago, Beta Tau, while Kay Kettering, AOIIs as they entered the banquet hall
was hosted by Baltimore alumnae at Theta Pi, received honorable mention. decorated in red and white. Ruth
the home of Fi Pappas. Also popular Lynn Sibley and Bunny Baker complet- Leichtamer, past International Presi-
were the clever rush skits depicting ed terms as regional officers. dent, and Sue Roach, chairman of
"difficult" rush situations acted out by CIRC, along with regional officers were
regional officers and late night sing-a- Scholarship recognition awards presented by toastmistress Lois Billig.
longs. The elegant Rose Banquet high- were earned by Theta Pi, Wagner Everyone enjoyed the message by Peg
lighted the 1980 meeting. College, forthe highest GPA (regionally Crawford.
and nationally) and Most Improved
A number of awards were given Chapter; Sigma Rho, Slippery Rock, Barbara Hunt, RVP, and the other
during the Rose Banquet. The Thelma runner-up for Most Improved, and regional officers had the privilege of
Mitchell Alumnae Service Award was Sigma Chi, Hartwick College, for presenting the following well earned
given to Katherine Davis Carter, of the highest GPA for the pledge class awards to the alumnae and collegiate
Boston Alumnae Chapter. Harriet (regionally and nationally.) Diamond chapters and individuals. A champagne
OTeary, of the Syracuse Alumnae Jubilee Foundations Scholarships party followed the banquet.
went to two graduates and three under-
graduates in the region. Forty spon- At the closing business session
taneous awards, too, were given. Barbara Hunt, RVP; Carolyn Katz, RFO,
and Barbara Zolnierczak, REO, were re-
Regional Meeting Chairman was Lee elected.
Thanks to many tremendous Toledo
Region II Alumnae and Theta Psi collegians
Region II did indeed "Celebrate
Region II AOIIs met at the University Success", and parting words of nearly
of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, June 20-22. 100 enthusiastic AOIIs were "See you
Following opening ritual they gathered at convention in 1981 and at Regional
in two years".

Editor's Mote: Dr. Richard Presidents from Region II award-winning chapters.
Beltramini. assistant professor
at Arizona State University, as-
sisted Regional Meeting coor-
dinators in putting together the
complete theme, format and
contents for the summer's
Regional Meetings. AOII ap-
preciates his efforts in the pro-
ject which was highly rated
by RM participants across the
country. Beltramini's wife.
Robin, is the newly-elected
Regional Vice President for
Region VIII.


Awards given during Region H's The Overall Improvement Award Linda Blau thanked for service to Region III.
meetings honored collegians and went to the Cleveland West and
alumnae. Cleveland East Alumnae chapters and with the presentation of "Struttin
Kappa Pi chapter. The Collegiate Showboat Style.'' a fashion show under
The Dearborn Alumnae Chapter Leadership was awarded to Cindy the direction of Susan McShan. Area
and the Phi Delta chapter, University of Skaff, Theta Psi chapter, and to alumnae and collegiates served as
Wisconsin/Milwaukee, were honored Heather Mong, Omega chapter. models for the collection of up-to-the-
for preparing the most reports on time. minute apparel provided by alumna
Kappa Pi, Ohio Northern University, The Omega chapter also earned the Terry Quick, owner of Terry's, a dress
earned credit for having the highest Outstanding Chapter Award. Co- shop located in downtown Memphis.
percentage of size increase in a chapter chairman of the regional meeting were
forthe past year. Omicron Pi, University Fudge Skaff, Jan Bowman and Lois Throughout the meeting, dining
of Michigan/Ann Arbor, was recognized Billig. tables were adorned with decorations
for initiating 100 percent of its pledge provided by members of Kappa
class, having the pledge class with the Region III Omicron, Nu Beta and Tau Omicron.
highest scholarship and the chapter
with the highest scholarship. Memphis and the Mississippi River Southern AOIIs mastered rush tech-
set the scene as Region III AOIIs gather- niques under the keen guidance of Kay
The Phi Delta chapter earned ed for" AOII, Showboat Style", June 27- Sutherlin, executive board director;
mention as the chapter with most 29. Sisters invaded the Hyatt Regency Patty Lewis, regional director; Debbie
improved scholarship this year. Hotel amidst the excitement of the Brewton, traveling consultant; and Deb
Finance Awards were given to Omega, Danny Thomas Memphis Golf Classic Strickland, regional rush coordinator.
Miama University; Theta Psi, University and the National Square Dancer's Karen Tucker, Diamond Jubilee Foun-
of Toledo, and Phi Delta. Phi Lambda, Convention for a weekend of rush how- dation representative, encouraged
Youngstown State University, earned to's, sleepless nights and new and sisters to remember philanthropic
honorable mention. renewed friendships. contributions in the upcoming
Kris Maegli, of Milwaukee, adviser of Highlighting the meeting was the
Phi Delta, was honored with the Chapter presentation of the Perry Award to AOIIs of Region III extended their
Adviser Award. The Minneapolis-St. Lambda Sigma's past-president, Anne vote of confidence to Nancy Bettis,
Paul Alumnae Chapter earned the Wooten. regional vice president, as they re-
Philanthropic Award while the Sister- elected her to that office. Aiding her will
hood Award went to the Kappa Delta Acting as hostesses for RM III were be newly elected Regional Finance
Colony. Detroit North Suburban and members of the Memphis Alumnae Officer Mary Rawlings Reese and
the Toledo Alumnae Chapters earned Chapter under the guidance of Regional Extension Officer Sally Drea.
the Alumnae Chapter Certificate of Regional Meeting Chairman Gail Cook Old and new Regional Directors
Achievement. Jane Stitt, Ann Arbor and her co-chairman Barbara Ashcroft. includes Linda Blau, Nancy Bowers,
Alumnae Chapter, received the Memphis Alumnae added another Sandra Dowell, Lucy Hawes, June
Alumnae Service Award. ingredient to the gathering's success Hodge, Patty Lewis and Carolyn
"Celebrate Success" served as the
Special guests Kay Sutherlin, Mary Louise Roller, Nancy Bettis and Sue Lewis. theme for the Rose Banquet with guest
speaker Mary Louise Roller, past Inter-
national President and member of
Rituals, Traditions and Jewelry Com-
mittee, as she paralleled the growth
and development of AOII to that of the
Mississippi River. Kay Sutherlin then
initiated the awards ceremony with the

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Region III Region IV

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Region VI
Region IV


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Region VIII Region III


(continued from bottom page 19) improvement, while Certificates of D J F Contribution Award to Phi Psi
Merit went to Athens, Atlanta, Greater
exciting presentation of the cherished Pinellas, Knoxville and Nashville Meeting participants took part in
Perry Award to Anne Wooten, Lambda Alumnae chapters. Priscilla Rushton, sessions on rush, selling AOII and
Sigma, University of Georgia. Next, Kappa Omicron, Southwestern, alumnae extension. Corporation board
Cathy Wills, Nu Beta, University of Memphis, took the Alumnae Service representatives discussed relationships
Mississippi, took the Collegiate Leader- Award for her exceptional service to the and communications between the
ship Award, while the chapter showing fraternity. board and the chapter, the board and
the greatest overall improvement went housemothers, etc., and stressed
to both Kappa Gamma, Florida All too soon, exhausted but enthu- several areas of financial management.
Southern, and Zeta Psi, East Carolina siastic AOIIs headed for home with Mary Williams was in charge of the
University. Tau Delta, Birmingham scores of new ideas and eagerness, session.
Southern, took the Award of Merit for ready to put their new methods of AOII
the chapter pledging quota, reaching salesmanship to work to make the The alumnae presidents discussed
limitation and initiation the greatest upcoming year our fraternity's best yet. recruiting techniques, meeting new
number of pledges, while Nu Omicron, persons and fund-raisers. It was led by
Vanderbilt, won honors for the chapter Region IV Jeanne Crippin. The collegiate session,
with the highest grade point average. by Deb Strickland and Jane Hamblin,
A record 183 collegians and alum- reviewed benefits for the pledges. The
The "Apple Pie Award", given to the nae from Region IV met June 20-22 at students talked about how to use the
chapter with the most efficient report- Illinois Wesleyan University in Blooming- Membership Information Forms, how
ing, went to Alpha Delta, University of ton, III. for their 1980 regional meeting. to promote daily conversations, rush
Alabama, with Tau Omicron, University and how to meet chapter needs.
of Tennessee/Martin, being recognized Among special guests were Kay
as both the chapter with the best pro- Sutherlin, Executive Board member; Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy gave
motional display and with the most Dea Beck, REO; Mary William, RFO; the meeting's keynote address.
members attending. Lambda Sigma Jane Hamblin, RRC; Liz Hafner, a
then took the Alumnae Cooperation newly-appointed SCA from the region, Among the many awards presented
Award while Delta Upsilon, Duke and Diane Johnson, also a new to regional collegiates and alumnae
University, was recognized as Region SCA/TC. Nancy Clark, RVP, was in included the Collegiate Leadership
Ill's youngest chapter. charge of the sessions. Marsha Award to Jane Goodin, Alpha Chi,
Guenzler served as Regional Meetings Western Kentucky University; Certifica-
Alumnae chapters receiving acclaim Chairman. tions of Merit for honorable mention in
included the Nashville Alumnae as the college leadership to Lynn Foshee, Chi
chapter showing greatest overall Lambda, University of Evansville,
Diane Johnson, Kappa Alpha, Indiana
i• y State University, and Kathleen Walter,
Kappa Kappa, Ball State.
The Alumnae Service was given to
i Martha Suter, Phi Upsilon (Purdue)
V Corporation Board and Lafayette
Alumnae Chapter. The Chapter
* 5• Improvement Awards went to Beta Chi,
Kentucky Wesleyan College; Phi
Region IVs Most Improved collegiate and alumnae chapters. Omicron, Hanover College, and
Kentuckiana Alumnae Chapter. Certifi-
cates of Merit for the most improved
programs went to Kappa Alpha, scholar-
ship; Sigma lota, Western Illinois
University, pledge; Phi Upsilon, chapter
relations, and Alpha Chi, fraternity


Program Awards for most outstand- Outgoing RVP Karen Smith Colgan, Jeanne Blausey and Jayne
ing programs in Region IV were given Hager Dee.
to Beta Phi, Indiana University, scholar- shop. For the 55 delegates in attend-
ship; Chi Lambda, pledge; Alpha Chi, ance this set the pace for a weekend of Regional Director Sue Schmidt was
chapter relations, and Chi Lambda, sisterhood, fun, sharing and caring. Mistress of Ceremonies at the Rose
fraternity education. Banquet. Ginger Banks, VP/O was
Friday evenings entertainment was Rose Banquet Speaker. Karen Smith,
Carol Mosborg, lota, University of highlighted with a skit by the regional RVP, presented the following awards:
llinois, earned the Outstanding Treas- and international representatives Outstanding Alumnae Chapters,
urer Award. Chi Lambda and Omega under the direction of Karen Smith, Kearney and Greater Kansas City;
Xi, Morehead State, won the Reporting RVP. Improved Alumnae Chapter, St. Louis;
Award for turning in all reports to RD Improved Collegiate Chapter, lota
on time. The Chi Lambda chapter also Everyone eagerly attended the week- Sigma; Alumnae Leadership, Mary
won the honor of ranking first on end workshops (and cookie breaks) so Moore; Collegiate Leadership, Sara
campus in scholarship for at least one capably led by Ginger Banks, Suzanne Warman, lota Sigma; Outstanding
term. Beta Chi was honored by making Collegiate Chapter, Zeta; Outstanding
the greatest scholastic improvement. Adviser, Charlou Lunsford, lota Sigma;
and Scholarship, Zeta.
Alumnae Chapter Certificates of
Achievements went to Chicago North- The Rose Bud Award went to newly
west Suburban, Chicago West Subur- installed Phi Chapter at the University
ban, Evansville Tri-state, Indianapolis, of Kansas. Theta Chi was recognized
Fort Wayne and Muncie. A special for initiating 100% of its formal pledge
Certificate of Merit for Alumnae chapter class. Chapters recognized for
outstanding membership program pledging quota were Zeta, Phi Sigma
went to the Indianapolis chapter. and lota Sigma. Kansas City and St.
Louis Alumnae chapters shared
Eight chapters earned recognition honors for having all reports in on time
for reaching chapter limitation for the and Alumnae Chapter Certificates of
1979-80 school year: Alpha Chi, Beta Achievement were awarded to Greater
Lambda, Beta Phi, Chi Lambda, Delta Kansas City, Omaha and St. Louis.
Omega, (Murray State), Kappa Alpha, Delta Pi Collegiate Chapter and the
Kappa Kappa and Phi Upsilon. Certifi- Omaha Alumnae Chapters received
cates of Merit, too, were awarded to the regional publicity awards.
Alpha Chi, Beta Lambda, Chi Lambda,
lota, Kappa Alpha and Kappa Kappa New officers elected were Ginny
for pledging quota in formal rush. Struble, regional vice president, Sara
Welsh, regional finance officer and
Regional awards were given in Jayne Hager Dee, regional extension
several special categories: Certificate officer.
of Merit for most delegates in attend-
ance at 1980 Regional Meeting to Beta t
Lambda and the Indianapolis Alumnae
Chapter; Best Rusher (nametag
contest) to Linda Hauskey, Sigma Iota;
Cheer Contest, Alpha Chi chapter; and
promotional display winners, Alpha
Chi and Chicago West Suburban
Alumnae Chapter.

Region V

The Nebraska Center for Continuing Region V and International Representatives
Education in Lincoln, Nebraska found
Region V AOIIs rushing each other and
"Celebrating Success." The meeting
under the co-chairmanship of Sue
Wickersham and Sue Roberts was
hostessed by Zeta Collegiate Chapter
and the Lincoln and Omaha Alumnae

Regional Director Ginny Struble
began the meeting with a ritual work-


Region VI Tonni Hellenes, Beta Kappa; Barbara Region Vll's RMC Nancy Shaheen, left, and
Jean Wilson, Beta Rho. University of Assistant Carol Stevenson.
More than 60 members of Northwest Montana; Julie Parke, Beta Sigma,
collegiate and alumnae chapters ig- Boise State University, and Ruth Region VII
nored threats that Washington's Mt. St. Opstad, Upsilon, University of Washing-
Helens would "burp" again and send ton. The AOIIs of Region VII "Celebrated
its ash across the Evergreen State. Success" at their Regional Meeting in
The Collegiate Improvement Award, Dallas at the Marriott Inn North on June
Since the May 18 eruption, Alpha a decision based on accomplished 6, 7, and 8.
Gamma chapter at Washington State improvements made in the past two
University has been hauling the 3/8 years, was made to Alpha Sigma Spearheaded by Nancy Shaheen,
inch layer of "powdery ash" away from Chapter. Connie Hixson, chapter Regional Meeting Chairman, the meet-
the chapter house. Alpha Gamma adviser for Alpha Sigma, was presented ing was hosted by Dallas Alumnae
corporation had recently completed a the Alumnae Service Award for an Carol Stevenson - Registration and
redecorating project in the dining alumnae member who has given meeting secretary: Cathy Hayman -
room and the chapter was pleased to continuous and loyal service to her hospitality; Karen Brooks - boutique;
be able to greet its guests in a relatively sorority. Also earning recognition for Nancy Jipp - awards; Gwyn Gillespie -
dust-free home. alumnae service was Marianna Beers, publicity; Gloria Jay - Rose Banquet;
president of the Pocatello Alumnae Susan Bloxham - ritual; and Carolyn
Chapter advisers began the June 13- Chapter and adviser to lota Alpha at Saxon - secretary.
15 meetings with its Friday workshop. Idaho State University; Elinor Bjorklund,
Collegians and alumnae met Saturday a Portland Alumnae Chapter member, Region VII welcomed as their special
in sessions highlighting promotion of and Sue Hinz, a Pullman Alumnae guests Executive Board Members Jo
the sorority. Chapter member and president of Beth Heflin, International secretary/
Alpha Gamma corporation. treasurer, and Rosalie Barber, repre-
Assisting RVP Alverna Swan was senting Diamond Jubilee Foundation.
Troy Johnson, TC, and Darci Duffy, the Awards of Merit for chapters at total,
region's new rush coordinator. pledging quota and initiating high At the first business session, the slate
Executive Board Member Sharon percentage of pledges went to Alpha of officers of 1980-82 was elected.
Martin also assisted with the meetings Gamma chapter and Alpha Rho They are Melanie Doyle, regional vice-
and served as Rose Banquet Speaker. chapter. Alpha Gamma chapter also
earned the award for its scholarship.
Among the many awards presented Beta Rho chapter was awarded the
at the Saturday evening banquet were certificate for having all reports in and
certificates presented to Perry Award completed on time.
nominees Nora O'Neill, Alpha Gamma,
and Carol Woodson, Alpha Sigma, Special public relations awards were
(Jnivesity of Oregon. Nora was presented to Beta Rho for its slide
presented the Collegiate Leadership presentation made at regional and
Award for exceptional leadership to her Alpha Rho for its scrapbook display.
Alpha Gamma chapter. Also honored Both regional meeting officers and the
for their leadership was Katie Shore, Alpha Gamma corporation honored
Beta Kappa, University of British Sue Schell, Regional Meeting Chair-
Columbia, and Janet Allen, Alpha Rho, man, and Cheri Kircher, president of
Oregon State University. Certificates of Alpha Gamma chapter, for their efforts.
Merit for leadership were presented to

Region VI Participants


president; Barbara Kramer, regional
extension officer; and Pamela de
Zevallos, regional finance officer.

CO staff member Suzanne Colgan
and Margaret Green, of Austin, led
Saturday discussions on the elements
of successful recruitment and develop-
ment at Alpha Omicron Pi. Special
Saturday luncheon guest was Valerie
Thurmond, Dallas director of the
Arthritis Foundation.

The culmination of the Regional Region W s new officers, RD's and special guests.
Meeting's activities was the traditional
Rose Banquet. Toastmistress Nancy Region VIII at Hs. Lordship's featured entertain-
Shaheen introduced Jo Beth Heflin as ment from Amy Young, flutist and
guest speaker. Melanie Doyle presented The 1980 Regional Meeting for president of the Denver Alumnae
awards to both alumnae and collegiate Region VIII was held high above San Chapter. She was accompanied by
chapters. Francisco Bay in the Berkeley Hills at Nancy Alden, San Jose Alumnae
Sigma Chapter house June 20-22. Chapter.
Certificates of Achievement went to
Little Rock, Jonesboro, Tulsa, and Meeting participants heard status Award recipients included the
Houston alumnae. The Philanthropic reports from Jean Maroder, REO; and Collegiate Leadership Award to Kathy
Alumnae Award was given to Oklahoma Sandra Jaeger, RFO. The year's past Quigley, Theta Omega, Northern
City. activities were summarized by RDs Arizona University. Certificates of Merit
Phyllis Gilson, Leah MacNeil and for outstanding collegiate leadership
Both the Panhellenic and the Denise Hembree. Discussion about the were awarded to Pam Guy, Chi Delta.
Outstanding Alumnae Chapter Awards selection process for International University of Colorado and Kathy White,
were presented to Houston. Carol officers was lead by Marianne Carton. Chi Alpha, University of California/
Barrow, of Tulsa, accepted the Davis. Ann Burr, president of the Hawaii
Alumnae Service Award. The collegiate Saturday sessions were led by Alumnae Chapter, was awarded the
awards were philanthropic, Kappa Tau; Marilyn Herman. Executive Board Alumnae Service Award. Certificates of
highest percentage of initiates. member; Becky Weinberg, International Achievement for outstanding alumnae
Lambda Tau; scholarship, Kappa Tau; Regional Meetings Chairman, and TC service also went to Marion Carwin,
most outstanding collegiate chapter, Troy Johnson. Marin Alumnae Chapter, and
Lambda Tau. Terry Wix. of Sigma Rosamond Castle, Monterey County
Omicron, accepted the Collegiate The Rose Banquet, held that evening Alumnae Chapter. Sigma Phi chapter,
Service Award. Sigma Omicron was California State/Northridge, was
also the Most Improved Collegiate recognized for having pledged quota
Chapter. Carol Robinson, chapter and achieving total for the past two
adviser for Lambda Tau, received the years. Alumnae Chapter Achievement
Most Outstanding Chapter Adviser Certificates were awarded to Southern
Award. Orange County, Northern Orange
County, East Bay and Palo Alto

Region VM-Theta Omega. A special citation commending
Monterey County Alumnae Chapter for
excellent performance in its first year as
a chapter also was awarded. Nu
Lambda, University of Southern Califor-
nia, earned recognition in scholarship
for having both the highest collegiate
chapter average (3.25) and the highest
pledge class average (2.87) reported
for the biennium in the region.

Theta Omega chapter was presented
the 1980 Chapter Improvement
Trophy during the evening of awards.


Alpha Omicron Pi Development Fund

October marks the beginning of our Please, respond as generously as you • foster program and leadership
• annual DEVELOPMENT FUND appeal can. Only through the loyal support of
to raise money for strengthening and alumnae members can AOII prosper. development
expanding the important work of Alpha Your contribution now will help AOII
Omicron R! carry out exciting future development And much more!
plans to ....
Be watching your mailbox . . . Listed below are the names of loyal
• expand services to members alumnae members who gave gener-
Within the next few weeks you'll be • reactivate closed chapters ously during our 1979 DEVELOPMENT
receiving a personal letter with com- • establish new alumnae and col- FUND solicitation.
plete information and a request for
your contribution. legiate chapters All contributions are acknowledged in
the pages of To Dragma. So be sure to
mail your gift promptly this year!

Alpha Alpha Kappa Alpha PI Geneva Hole Quigley Frances Riebel Fullerron
Florida State Cloro Knips Sharp Grace Smith Greene
Barnard College Northern Alabama Mary Blirch Belden Crystal Wilcox Sowersby Josephine Arrhur Hedges
Elaine Guagliardo Belt Anne Reid Steele Eleanor Voss Hendricks
Hozie Davis Hearon Sonya Diane Butler Georgia Goskin Block Joanne Neumeister Hoppe
Hester M. Rusk Valerie Moore Clayton Alpha Sigma Dororhy Hartshorn Korreperer
Linda Hyde Helen Morris Davis Oregon Julio Mills Littlejohn
Janice Kay Reoves Carol Membert Derr Joan Herbranson Agerrer Irma Hudson Morrow
Alpha Beta Laura Tinsley Scott Paula Walker Dorris Tia Moore Coker Carol Taylor Muldoon
Florida Atlantic Julia Kennon Dunn Margaret Torgler Davis Natalie Cowan Scharre
Marrha Baumrucker Galek Peggy Peebler Decker Barbara Easrerday Schwarring
Lucille Felice Naylor Alpha Omicron Karen Glendinning Givens Frances Dodds Jane Wonders Stiff
Alpha Chi Louisiana State Sandra Hancock Griffin Kay Frances Dolan Mildred Hull Sweeder
Western Kentucky Vrdo Drew Armstrong Lucile Dale Haag Mildred Vaughan Draper Jane Cockerill Sweeder
' Berry Miller Holshouser Deborah Strauss Easpn Mary Myers Taylor
Marsha Bird Bordos Morion Melanson Baker Bobbie McFee James Jane Dudley Epley Jone Scully Taylor
Susan McAdoo Barr Korhryn Byers Johnston Geraldine Walker Flagle Wildo Wiesr. Webster
Juanira Overhulfs Brown Lyle Maier Bayle Dororhy Kish Kurras Anito Kellogg Gibson
Marilyn Larson Bordelon Mary Karherine Mask Harriett Banbury Holland Alpha Theta
Cathy Dean Buckles ViJean Piazza Burden Sue Rogers McOain Jane Abriel Jones Coe College
Mary Reeder Bush Florence Whitney Campbell Cheryl Wallace Morris Carrol Pageler Kirk Teresa Touch Burke
Susan Spieser Choore Sue Metz Dornier Pamela Susan Schoeff Edith Clement La Borde Mary Woldo Kvisrad
Beny Edwards Farris Bonnie Marie Dunlap Mary Hoffmeier Thomas Margaret Mary LaGue
Tami Mafhis Gardner Irma Kenney Gilmer Jean Singleton Uechty Beta CM
Olive Hildrith Gillespie Jo Cline Humble Alpha Rho Brendo Morie Mclnrosh Kentucky Wesleyan
Cassandra Henry Gray Goyle Ahern Keller Oregon State Luola Benge Rehfeld Sandra Dalron Avery
Susan Johnson Pamela Meyer King Barbara Ashron Arseff Jean Carkin Sonesi 5heridon Ann Jackson-Mazzella
Sylvia Hallenberger Klein Susan Hardin Mahon Rurh Holmes Boling Barbara Proebstel Seymour Barbara Cheatham Schmiff
Kathleen Rutherford Malinovsky Mary Dimberg Moore Natalie Essig Cantrell Anne Samper Shrock Sally Magruder Srandiford
Carhy Snellen Marks Nancy Hbllenbeek Mouliere Barbara Walter Carlson Esther Quier Simpson
Debra Lynn Miller Louise Borrois Mount Carol Joyce Clark Meredith Bernhard Smith Beta Epsilon
Undo Jo Owen Susan Ethel Party Janice Taylor Cogdill Roberta White 5preadbury Bemidji State
Claire Edgingron Roberts Cynthia Kay Smith Betty Bern Cooper Margaret Virus Nancy Lee Ainsworrh
Mary Lynne Rousseau Martha Klausen Stafford Patricia Ames Coulrhord Donna Kerchum Wesrfoll Judith Erickson
Sara Leo Wesrfoll Linda Dinon Tanet Lois Ebeling Davidson Roma Whisnant Vicki Sue Schoonover
Sandra Duerr Wertig Sheila Vanderbrook Trohan Olive M. Dieriein
Rifo Cheryl Young Melbo Harrzell Hicklin Alpha Tau Beta Gamma
Margaret Seofield Hilands Denison Michigan State
Alpha Delta Mary Greco Villere Janice Lynn Hplmer Jeannerte Knoeppel Bishop Yvonne Emerson Black
Molly Taylor Jackson Edith Lillian Breining Marilynn Yvonne Heim
Alabama Elizabeth Rose Weems Helen Knips Jeon King Brown Marian Kirby Hermann
Karin Klitgoord Lighrnet Diano Sweeder Carlefon Dororhy Balaneon Hopkin
Deborah Leigh Brewron Veroka Wampler Morrison Helen Laycock Casper Molly Howell
Korhryn Nash Ruth Fad Denharr Joanne Attwood Kerrles
Moira Elizabeth Judos Alpha Phi Jean Allison Pud<et Virginia Garnhom Detzel Joyce Thurow Lidke
Cynthia Rhea Lewis Montana State Phyllis Dininger Freed Sharon Ruth McKee
Judy Burks Moore Bess Philips Doum Carol Wolfe Mendrick
Mary Baxley Morgan Nancy Diehl Dear Doris Baguley Miller
Connie Dianne Pickerr Etta Haynes Dobbin Barbara Spehar Millington
Deborah Sue Price Jane Joccard Dodge Joanne Nelson Nowak
Virginia Lewis Rhea Grerchen Thornton Frisby Constance Quigley Overby
Mabel Fem Peterson
Frances Ross Robertson Judith Cosrles Golberg Susan Elder Roach
Louise Muncie Roehm
Alpha Gamma Virginia McCoy Good Donna Messenger Rowe

Washington St. Jean Lenhqm Hansen Beta Kappa
British Columbia
Bonnie Johnson Aim Korherine Kane Helppie Dororhy Rennie Laroek
Judith Purri Spence
Julie M. Beekel Laurie Hermansen Barbara Mcfavish Thurston
Helen Wolf Hoffman Lillian Jendo Woodcock
Polly Wright Bietz Kathleen Vaughn Holm

Linda Foye Broeckel Lillian Krularz Hughes

Mono Lee Cecil Beverly Vatcher Koppang
Grace Fern Mdver
Suzanne Marie Colgan • Nancy Srenson Moore * . . May our candlelight of love burn
Pamela Koy Green Grace Campbell Morphey brighter and brighter until it blends with
Debbie Ann Hernos Margaret 5impson Nolan other flames throughout the world to
Evelyn Krause Hickman Mary Morton Olson chase away foreoer the darkness of
Agnes Smick Knott Mary Francesco Palffy suspicion and fear.
Sally Perrie Levien Genevieve Holl Rees
Robin Melor Light Marjorie W. Spoulding - JESSIE WALLACE HUGHATi, 1947
Rose Jones Mackie Lorene Alice Stranohan
Peggy Moss Ostrander Maryann McGinn is Waylert
Kathleen Nealey Peterson Verno Marie Willis
Shannon Irene Slachrer Cecil Walker Willson
Leeanne Smith
Mildred Hunt Varnsdal


"Though the world was simpUer when we were founded, there were Helen Chrisrian Porter Nancy Schlosser Barsford
then many thorny patches in personal environment, many great Leritia Doble Rader Berte Jo Beldo
thorny wastes on the earth. As figs cannot grow from thistles, nor Annabelle Evelyn Robbins Judith Pearson Del Rio
verdure flourish in arid rock, so we knew that the Rose of Our M. Wilma Koelsch Smirh Marilyn Schwilk Elliott
Inspiration with healing for the nations in its leaves, could be Joan Roselee Ferrari
grown only from its own true root and in its proper soiL We knew Delta Beta Mobel Gomes Frelier
that we must not only plant and tend the rose, but must make the SW Louisiana Marilyn Blue Mikesell
spread a garden • gardens • for it in its natural soil of friendship, of Berrye Ann Barrios Barbara Halvorsen O'Brien
which we had so much. In our college days such soil was ready at Karen Willis Bernard Joyce Ella Osborn
our hand. So there we began our central garden - you • Alpha Barbara Abdolla Black Sylvia Veglia Phillips
Omicron Pi..." Marie T. De Laureal Irene Woodworrh Shephard
Marie Craddock Gordy Jean Weaver Srone
Beta Lambda Virginia Moore Wilma Fabian Keeperman Florence Sanders Jones Marianne Thornton Tharrarr
Illinois Wesleyan Sandra~Murray Morrow Marjorie Kincaid Mclntyre Beverly Bertrand Younr
Patricia Tripp Blair Virginia Cox Nicholson Thelma Robertson Mitchell Epsllon
Carroll Mires Brass Mary Fletcher Parrhemer Jeonnerte Collier Newell Delta Chi Cornell
Karhy Duebpll . Selma Drabing Pond Dorothy Lane Oliver. Delaware Virginia Wlkinson Crossmore
Sara Eckerr Gail Glenn Ramsey Mildred Sirrser Olsen Elaine Drozdowski Perkins Gwendolyn Owen Faith
Karen Plrrman Ravenscrofr Ruth Hawks Perry Lidia Choruzy Riley Helen Downs Holler
Stephanie Hobson Gurner Barbara Brown Reifeis • Edna Fausr Rignall Margarer Weekes Hendrickson
Roxella Boal: Hauman Mary Mcllveen Rose Eleanore Ivory Smykal Delta Delta Elinor Boier Kennedy
Vera Adaline Klllion Marylynn Samek Helen Janora Taylor Auburn Miriam Carherine McCloskey
Lorrie Johnson Leahigh Frances Proud Saunders Karhiyn Gilcher Thomasmeyer Barbara Cross Assell Dororhy Hepworth Shaffer
Suellvn Drosmer Peck Matilda Lybrook Smith' Nancy Pugh Bissinger Rurh Smith Wilson
Mildred Begeman Smirh Chi Alpha Janet Townsend Dlugos
Beta Phi Joanne Bowlby Speyer Calif. U of Davis Michal Hearn Hopson Epsllon Alpha
Indiana HelenSnoddy Stevens • Solly May Abel Brenda Bonds Howell Penn. State
Mildred Akey Acker Emma Pud^err St. John Louise Anne Pagone Grace Herndon Johnson Constance Quesenbetry Anderson
Marsha Chapin Allen Carol Angela 5wakon Mary Morgan Klein Janis Edler Arp
Vivian Day Allis Eugenia Christopher Taylor Chi Delta Karherine Jackson Marshall Mary Leworthy Boehmann
Edith Huntington Anderson Nancy Stiles Wagoner Colorado Claudia Riddlehoover Marhews Gladys Roemsch Berts
Maude Arthur Roe Davis Walk • Deborah Henderson Arney Martha Nichols Marhews Selena Wundetlich Bing
Jill Kizer Beehler Mary- Jenkins whirlock Jane Beard Reta Allen McKannan Elizaberh Semon Bonczar
Juliana Bane Bordner Geneva Crayden .Wiseman Darilyn Awes Brown Ruth Forsyrhe Morgan Saily Oberle Colby
Yvonne Park Boseker Carolyn Feurz Zehendner Yvonne Tobias Burry Karen Arkins Morris Natalie Neddoff Combs
Nancy Burdonnex Bosserr Evelyn .Cooper Zolman Jone Mannweiler Cordea Janice Ann Pollman Debra Trueax Eilerr
Burnice Leihr Brock Julia Scilley Clark Martha Bullard Rhodes Elvira Eshleman Eis
Lynda McCain Brooks Beta Pi Crystal Paine Compese Elizaberh Lee Smirh Lenore Hofmonn Freirag
Catherine Williams Broyles Eastern Michigan Frances Kracha Dias Nancy McKinney Soteres Nancy Baier Gilbert
Alda Woodward Carson Mary Ann Kirr Eileen Rodell Engel Toni Thompson Turpen Mignonette Frederick Gover
Marion Koegel Cox Barbara Jean Zolnierczak Carole Krez Foran Berh Sullivan Veres Ruth McCoy Granberg
Sarah Alice Cul Inane Ruth Olson Garchell Cynthia Lee Weinberg Phyllis Herr.Groberr
Gina Berrig Culver Beta Rho Lucy Hearne.Hamann Carolyn J. Hartz
Susie Trueman Cummings Montana Ann Hansen Hidiman Delta Omega ' Dororhy Jane Jennings
Dorothy Vlasak Daker Yvonne Mindati Madsen Suson Reid Mattern Murray State Betty Widger Johler
Rosalie Hasewinkle Dellinger Yvonne Angwin Wheeler Betty Guyer Nelson Mary Mararazzo Bryanr Morion Eberts Johnson
Ryta Craig Doepker Joanne Brulqnd O'Dwyer Sandra Low Camp Margarer Fairchild Jones
Mildred Bodine Douglass Beta Sigma Rira Denise C. Phelan Sherry Heath Fryer Liselotre Weihe Klnaman
Jean Drievensredr Boise State Dione Panogakis Rouman Pamela Mumford Hoy Barbara Lee Mortem
Lee Foust Egan Janice Grant Bean Mary Kasic Stevens Mary Melugin Kelly Eleanor Gwynn Merrifield
Elizabeth Fellny Eskew Jan Naugler Bloom Lois Hbson Swope Cathy Hanccck Longron Barbara Torfence Nelson
Daisy Hinkle Gorton Teddy Wakefield Tiriksley Jan Dupree Simmons Marjorie Porter Penfield
Mary Bir Guard Beta Tau Elizaberh McCarver Tolson Sandra Woodward Spalding Barbara Bearty Phillips
Frances Baylor Guenrher Toronto Patricia Lawron Walton E. Louise Hoffeditz Porter
Dona Coombs Harris Christina Anne Bisanz Mary Shook Weinberg Delta Pi Kathryn Aungsr Reed
Susanne Fogg Harrison Susan MacFarlane Brown Mary Rose White Central Missouri Dororhy Hull Reinharr
Joan Barnhisel Heasron Mildred Snider Hoadley Judith Young Casrricone Anna Evans Sanger
Audrey Smith Hiller Linda Marie Sheridan Chi Lambda Rebecca Nenrwig Koelling Irene Kochero Sheridan
Eleanore Amie Hire Margaret MacNiven Swinden Evansville Linda Louise Mansur Madge Luella Terwilliger
Karherine Sanders Hires Karen Jackson Wrigley Virginia Allen Beesley Krisren Mysen Marshall "Mildred Mae Wheeler
Marilynn Bolitho Hodges Margaret Hill Yule Wilhelmine Srirn Borders Sharon Dione Martin Marjorie-Cousley Winkler
Marie Hlavacek Holbrooke Paulerra Irene Brehob Rebecca Zobac Mauch Louise Suckfield Yalch
Mary Tipton Holcomb Beta Theta Elizabeth Romine Coffey Lisa Richrermeyer Shemwell Sorah McKean Young
Krista Lee Houze Butler Emily Fischer Freund Mary Belle Zahn
Pamela LeBeau Jones Ruth McClurg Brown Jonice Coleman Fulmer Delta Sigma
Dorothy Schmitz Kaupke Mary Hall Butz Mabel Snyder Landis San |ose State
Penny Nichols Kezios Dorothy Powers Curtis Dorothy S. Lonkford Shelley West Adorns
Ruth Mueller Kleymeyer Dorothy Swift Deirsch Korhryn Rurh Lawson Marlene Peterson Adams
Peggy Nunn Knopsnyder lone Agnew Duval Carolyn Ruschmeier Marcus
Joan Ringer Larson Melba Bray Fisher Anita Rud<man Meyer "... Our prayer now is to see that soil is
Margery Carole Laycock Mary Burch Fizer Corolyn Essig Moore still being wide-spread from our
Linda Gibson Levi Betty Alvis Hyland Mary Antoinette Reitz abundant acreage, new and stronger
Marjorie Boyd Lind Marilyn Engle Simms buddings from our radiant bush being
Virginia Kathleen Long Chi Allison Rurh Smirh planted in the barren places — so many
Pomelo Jessup Mocri Syracuse Beth Horsrman Thompson and dear — that we may plant and till
Carol Jean Makielski Phoebe Goodwin Bibbens Delta and weed and labor together to make
Alice Baylor MorTindale Ann Pal isi Bogerr deserts blossom. Thus may our home-
Foe trible Maxedon Helen McNees Burnham • Jackson College garden in Alpha Omicron Pi be the
Loura Gilliam McDowell Carolyn Oliver Collier Mildred Ward Eldridge nursery for a flowering world.
Ruth McKorkle Marcia Bond Evans Margaret Harris Henry "Bloom, all of you. And 'rejoice
Grace Miller Jane Anna Flynn Grace Marie :Kelly evermore.'"
Joan Bonewirz Minsel Gertrude Marks Forssell Ellen Cogen Lewis
Helen Bogosra Gilbert. Margarer Baxrer McArdle • STELLA G.S. PERRY, 1947


" . . touchstone or basanite is used in Beatrice Levy Johnston Michele George Crace Charlotte Warner Deiderich
testing the purity of gold and silver. We Laverne Ruth Kruggel Donna Thompson Kuiken Joan Pais Gardiner
in Alpha Omicron Pi have in our motto Margaret Waldo Lewis Ruth Ellis McKeown Pamela Jean Henry
our own touchstone. By it alone we can Betty Carver Lumbartis Marqueen Ayers Schlarboum Janet Eileen Lucas
test the Tightness of our mental attitudes Suzanne Marie Meyer Valentine Dorida Schulze Alena Huggins McHugh
and our outward acts. If we stand the Elizabeth Ohem Muhlke Mary Collins Thompson Rurh Ann Ranson
test, we may know mat we are building Jann Ellen Osrerland Janice Holland Sfreit
for the happier world which we all long Evelyn Davenport Parker Kappa Kappa
to see. May we be an inspiration each to Helen Roberts Rockow Ball State Kappa Rho
the other to this end." Luro Bissell Rischmiller Berry Vickers Adee Western Michigan
Marjorie Osborn Roeder Donna Fosngugh Bockover Charlotte Le Vecque
ELIZABETH HEYWOOD WYMAN, 1947 Nellie Hedgcock Roske Cyrhia Lee Bowser Rebecca Dragos Mossie
Janet Susan Roy Julie Robbins Burns Doris Cline McKenzie
Eta Gamma Omicron Evelyn Home Schark Rurh Cameron Casner Harrier Heefhuis Oliver
Wisconsin Florida Annabel Scott Schmelzle Barbara Griffiths Erickson Gloria Schaefer Phillips
Barbara Jean Srehno Marysia Klus Filipiak Ruth Ronningen
Lydio Looey Brown Susan Bailey Adair Joan Ryan Wickhom Peggy Sheets Gay Marilyn Hinkel Taylor
Margaret Helnecke Ladwig Joyce Wray Alford- Mary Jens Willioms Carol Shackelford Hollingsworth Judith Ann Tokash
Evelyn Rcsnhussen Lundsred Janer Stoddard Andres Parricio Mifcheli Hoopinggrner Sandra Kubirz Tomlinson
Leone Glau McMHIen Sandra Fuller Beldt lata Alpha Dori Jane Lewis Karen Lee Tompkins
Helen Laird McPhee Debora Kinglsey Billsrone Idaho State Linda Comren Mann
Muriel Minnie M. Moodie Charlotte Burton Bray Morianno Hahl Beers Jane Nierman Martin Kappa Tau
Mary Plteaim Pace Berhann Arlene Burgess Fannie Zook Bell Judith Myers McFarland SE Louisiana
Virginia Huwen Proctor Pomelo Rehm Dingus Eleonore D. MocCurdy Susan Diane McGeoth Dawn Leo Brewster
Morion Bain Ransel Penny Elizabeth Giragosian Karen Lee Popplewell Susan Irene McLellan Darlene Zito Cavalier
Henrietta Tegtmeyer Sfege Rose Porhqm AAcCall Joan AAiller Smith Mary Myers Meyer Pomelo Dean Mayell
lima Coriies Thomas Cheryl Waldorf McGinnis Connie Trent O'Mpley Susan Kay Piper
Sarah Hardy Ward Faith Tulino Myer lota Sigma Mario Brownlee Pagono Deborah Newsome Wunder
Elynore Bell Wegner Allie Shackletf Patrick Iowa State Elizabeth Jane Rafts
Carolyn Richards Robinson Lisa Christine Avirr Karen Gesell Ripberger Kappa Theta
Maine Angela Huggins Stephens Barbara Schink Christian Dorothy Cormier Schath UCLA
Mary Gibney Thigpin Pomelo Kay Harmon Pamela Jordan Sims Jane Keenon Andre
Debro Gorside Qork Susan Edwards Thompson Kathleen Anderson Hoick Cheryl Fellwock 5nyder Beryl Arbit
Artene Marjorie Cleven Marilyn Krekel Walton Renee Roffi Howard Corol Loudenbock 5ommers Kathleen Perrin Asoy
Eveline Snow Cross Mary Mullarky Weir Sheri Jackowell Schneider Gloria Smith Ashron
Carolyn Wormwood Ingdlls. Joann Eischeid Schranrz Kappa Omicron Carol Spence Barrow
Jane Romain Lebrun Gamma Sigma Southwestern Patricia Adrian Beifzel
Elaine Scott Mognuson . Georgia State lota Tau Anne Riley Bourne Henrietro Blanc Benson
Isabelle Birdsall Mailer Stout State Martha Cage Edge Mary Wafters Blek
Elspeth Johnson Mason Alison Frances Baxter Shorie Myers Anderson Jan Martin Hamilton Marilyn Braun Bom
Mary Robinson McClure Lisa Adamson Bell Lorraine M. Frederiekson Elizabeth Walker Hudson Mary Workins Cullom
Jessie Ashwortfi Miller Patricia Cowley Hardy Mildred lona Tumey Coroly Holbrpok Jenkins Ada Ecron Elliot
Mary Kirkpafrlck Ngrby Cheryl .Halt Jones Helen Quindiey McQure Florence Peterson Holden
Elizabeth Barrows Pendleton Carol Leiker Lyons Randolph-Macon Susan Catherine C. Miller Barbara Dean Kapell
Catharine Lancaster Rbwe Nadine Pillpr Cuenod Diana Wallace Scarbrough Bertho Thurman Kinsey
Marie Hodgdon Sawyer lota Annie Kate Gilbert Suzanne Leonhardr Swearingen Jane Campion Leininger
Alice Webster Sinclair Illinois Lucy Somerville Howorrh Karhie llene fanner Dorothy Woodbury Linn
Deboro Adorns Sprague Margaret Givhan Ragland Virginia Mangum Tare Marjorie Kennedy Lupfon
Joyoe Cheney Stevens Helen Carrer Alison Eleanor Manning Robbins Eleanor Corwin McHenry
Karherine Dudley Srewarr Winifred Timmons Baker Edwino Frozer Rollo Kappa Phi Marian Elizabeth Moody
Maryann Carr tiemann Eva Lucille Benson Mary Hozen Tucker McGUI Ulo Dixon Nelson
Wendy Wifham Wilkerson Geneva Bosric Mai Lovin Williams Louise Karsh Archer llene Testa Nevins
Berry Allan Wright Helen Brauns Carolyn Joan Bradley Vickie Neuverr Peters
Wilma Allen Bredar Kappa Alpha Jill Beverly Moll Lydia Cable Phillips
i Alpha Rachel Marie Bioeren Indiana State Marion Henry Roy Haidee Kipps Schlechr
George Mason Helen Hood Brown Neva Loroine R. Barnard Elizabeth Mackintosh Whiting Mignon Mdcurda Srannard
Linda Kay Brownfield Mary Brussell Blackweil Mary Jane Walker
Nancy Karherine Foster Barbara Brekke Cabay Elizabeth Shurter Clary Kappa PI Adrienne Hunrer Walz
Florence Hook Cushman Marilyn Lee Faris Ohio Northern Gwendolyn Thompson Ward
Gamma Beta Virginia Fisher Dolon Jo Bonn Gibbons Karyl A Adams Karen Vandyke Watson
Indiana Freda Kloptenstein Ebert Jane Dizaberh Hall Roxanne Dolores Crews Karherine Berg Willis
Jene Fellows Eckenfelder Teresa Hill Harrison Arminah Ellen Davis Alice Koestner Young
Connie Lynn Anderson Emily Fisher Erley Beth Bprning Hitch
Celeste Anne Kososki Maureen Ennis Filippini Diane Card Johnson TOP TEN STATES BY NUMBER OF
Gretchen Dee Krake Joan Freirag Finch Lois Roth LeClair CONTRIBOTORS
Diane Irene Nakielny Shirley Brodshaw Gillette Patrice McKenzie Liebler
Emily Corso O'Keete Morgaret Aileen Hagan Linda Kiraly McCann California
Priscilla Mewha Patrick Catherine Rockwell Heoly Norah Bush McKay Indiana
Velva Vogelsong Patrick Erma Bissell Hedgcock Gail Lynne Showers
Carol Irish Smith Nancy Jane Hesse Jane Wilkinson Sorebeer Illinois
Teresa Kay Sprawls Irene Davis Jdnsen Kathryn Marquess Steel Florida
Laura Cowdrick Walters Ann Wuchner Sturm Ohio
Christina McDaniel Sunkel Tennessee
Gamma Delta New York
S. Alabama Florida Southern Texas
Leslie Jameson. Collier Washington
Patricia Byrne Taul Jean Galloway Connell Georgia and Pennsylvania
Janet Herold Cox

Lambda Lois Johnson Shorn TOP TEN CHAPTERS BY NUMBER Omega Omicron
Stanford Patricia Diane Stewart OF CONTRIBUTIONS Lambuth College
Segrid Beuche Allen Nancy Tidwell
Eunice Force Barkell Tammy Sheree Williams Beta Phi Mildred Adams Hams
Velda Hancock Berry Beverly Scarboro Willingham Omega Marion Elizabeth Helms
Gladys Patrick Downs Nu Omicron Virginia Ray Newbill
Dorothy Dogen Fanringron Lambda Tau Rho Cathie Carter Walsh
Deafrice Freuler Harlowe Northeast Louisiana Iota Mary Emma Warlington
Dorothy Ann Huff Jude Hodge Godfrey Theta
Muriel Boyd LonginotTi Catherine Gregorio Epsilon Alpha Omega XI
Jena Hiler Maroder Rosetta Gregorio Sigma Morehead State
Judith Boyle McOmie Susan Burfoot Meade Gpsilon
Maria Rael Nowell Nancy Goy Moon Lambda Sigma Twyla Froman Brammel
Merilyn Smith Putnam Eva Scott Ellis
Jeanne McHale Ryan Nu Nu Omicron Omega Jacqueline Lynn Oliver
Norma Godfrey Taylor New York Vanderblk
Helen Schelnin Aimes Boise McDride Borreir Sharon Williams Akin Omicron
Lambda Beta Amy Dunhoupr Baker Pamela Bell Barth Margaret Barr Amos Tennessee
Calif. U. of-Long Beach Enid Warts Busse Anne Cowen Beauchamp Rurh Peebles Andrews
Diane Jackson Boyle Elizabeth Rennmann Chisholm Emily Dobson Childress Esrelle Carrel Baldwin Patricia Cashon Bareman
Deborah Susan Cohen Gladys Moeller Daimm Sue McCown Qork Theresa Hering Bevis Terrell Bailey Beaver
Joetre Elizabeth Dagnin Patricia Fahy Katherine Banksron Cross Eleanor King Blank Nancy Horner Bettis
Geano Carlynn Douglas Ruth Lawlor MacFadden Kay Tibbals Davenport Linda Ekberg Blau Anna Stokely Burnett
Regina Zofreo Rsh Edith Ramsay Merrill Pamela Harhcock DeZevallos Esther Schmidt Bohlender Barbara Fulton Code
Elizabeth Baum Glascock Evelyn Helland Sprigg Moty Jo Dickson Barbara Jones Brough Elizabeth Wilson Carter
Robin Darlene Holr Oaire Eunice Sreiger Angela Berry Donahue Sharon VanBuren Cox Elizabeth Chambers Chrisrenbeny
Nancy Yoko Ishido Comille M Srevens Ellena Webb Douglass Kathy Holden Dahler Mary Moore Dominick
Maryjane Fay Johnson Grace Tessier Barbara Bridgeman Dunn Ada Wilson Doron Maty Talley Erwin
Francine Loyns Elizabeth Levinson White Karheryn Crockett Dunn Penny Jo Dunfee Emily Mohan Faust
Barbara Kramer Rinehart Judith Scobey Gentry Lois Stringfellow Eeles Barbara Rauscher Fox
Debra Dolon Surron Nu Beta M. Joan Wallace Gordon Nancy McConnaughy Ehrman Frances Musgrave Frietson
Kelly Lynn Whalen Mississippi Joyne Napier Gordon Norma C. Foelsch Nell Nowlin Haberley
Martha Rushing Barrett Joyce Yvonne Hoiley Diane Margaret Guenetre Helen Croswell Hansberger
Lambda Chi Karhy Eubanks Qeosley Lillian Ann Horpole Barbara Kay Henrirze Martha Golyon Hesrer
LaCrange College Leslie Farr Enoch Virginia Coison Hofsrerrer Mary Boles Hill Marion Logue
Karen Faye Bullock Merry Cooper Falke Elizabeth Hopkinson Hurron Zoe Wettz Hirmer Mary Rowe Moore
Kathleen Sheridan Nichols Caroline Inez Johnson Deborah Reeves Jennings Margaret Davies Holrkamp Ellen Goodrich Morgan
Lee Adorns Richards Nelanie Bernard Ladner Josephine Wemyss Jones Katherine Sheppard Howard Margaret Mcllwaine Peacock
Sharon Reece Neff Linda Shipman Landgraf Martha Joques Ada Greenblatt Pfohl
Lambda lota Dyan Shelron Russell Marianna McAllister Larue Cynthia 5ue Jirsa Brenda Lail Ross
Calif. U. of-San Diego Linda Price Sullivan Nell Fain Lawrence Janer Nonemacher Johnson Nancy Stivers Rowland
Deborah Dosick Rebecca Lesley Lynn Jean Bollinger King Vivian Logue Seymour
Tina Stefanides Nu lota Alison Walton Macheras Lucile Dvorak Kirk Mary Allen Steele
Northern Illinois Karie Woods McOendon Phylis E. Kreuzwieser Elizabeth Tarpley
Lambda Omega Patricia Annen Broggi Korrina Ovedrall McDonald Jean King Lehmann Lois Urrlefield Tarwafer
NW Missouri State Rosonne Snyder Bums Mary Hamilton McKnight Helen Alberto Leon Anne Brakebill Thomas
Linda Barnes Francis Mary Kathleen Conver Laveme McNelly Mock Janis Crall Lillie Margaret Collins Waller
Donna Jean Pinnick Nancy Lee Decho Anne Marie Pandl Edith Cope Lockard Jane Hollingsworrh Worts
Geraldine Cholifoux Dulkoski Alice Taylor Porks Kathryn Delano Lockridge Virginia Fisher Whire
Lambda Phi Arlene Guerin Howlerr Carol Adzick Popp Elizabeth Hanson Martin
Wisconsin State Judy Young Huss Ann Eosley Quigley Olive Jones Miller Omicron PI
Jeanne Morgan Tennanr Patricio Grundmeier Juza Judith Cragon Reeves Sandra Merry Nix Michigan
Vickie Fitzanko Koch Patricio Burnett Rhodes Dorothy Karstaedt Osier
Lambda Sigma Helen Dokrycz Maguire Josephine McKelvey Rogers Irene Wilt Pence Esther Bradley Ayres
Georgia Claudia Cieciwa McGrarh Mary Harrell Rogers Margarer Snyder Petersen Margarer Scholk Bomett
Jo Trapnell Adams Sharon Dolon Mennella Nancy Britt Shipley Rurh Tollman Pifer Eleanor Davenport Buchanan
Zelma Reidling Bannister Cynthia Mary Sreckel Ann Perry Shofner Frances Cenfield Pugh Jane Louise Burdett
Rebecca Cone Benron Debra J. Tenkash Maureen Benrley Shofner Ora Champion Robishaw Dorothy Adams Bychinsky
Linda Gait Best Karen Russell Thompson Frances McKee Tarbox Alice Debuino Schuerre Irene Lutz Dunham
Patricia Ann Corson Alice Springer Taylor Dorothy Jackson Shepherd Virginia Ketn Heymoss
Hazel Mixon Christie Nu Kappa Eleanor Walker Threlkel Mary Columbus Smith Norma Rowe Kiesel
Jacqueline Norton Cline Southern Methodist Jean Whorley Tripp Jean Boles Smith Doris Pauline Koch
Karhy Wigington Culpepper Valerie Benoisr Adams Pearl E. Turtle Deborah Downs Snyder Nancy Kuchra Mack
Sarah Friend Dickerson Laurel Sample Clabou Beverly Care Waites Jeri Emmerr 5rahr Laura Prescorr Malinovsky
Ann Leonard Edwards Helen Cummings Groves Virginia Osbom Warner Carol Miller Stevenson Irene Doherty Morheson
Margarer Susan Ganerr Alice Reynolds Marshall Lucy Ross Winchel Rita Karrick Srrebel Rurh Sonnansrine Milks
Sarah Lemmond Green Maxine Graves Price Martie Carter Wood Nancy Carmean Sullivan Pamela Smith Mooradian
Jonelle Willoughby Hammetr Jayne Owens Woods Nancy Heil Vecere Rorence Light Neumann
Karen Pope Hart Nu Lambda Eva Jean Wrarher Marsha Whire Warren Margaret Anne Penney
Carol Dee Hoffmeier Rachel King Younger Betty Miller Wick Phyllis Jane Peretson
Elizabeth Davis Hughes use Nu Zeta Judith Parish Wolrer Bernice Hall Ross
Margaret Fulron King Chadron State Helen Shelly Yee Marion Tanner Rylander
Teresa Marie King Carol Mann Blank Doris Dailey Schmidt Bonnie Sue Zibulsky Fern Wunluck Spooner
Elizabeth Barber Koen Nancy Willfong Borhwell Leanna Scott Timperly Carol Sommer Sreuk
Christie McCuen Krueger Ado Tolofson Brownell Helen Gay Stewart
Emily Huie Langsron Geraldine Brinkley Clark Ullion Herman Srickney
Louise Burrus Leonard Jody Clark Marjorie Letzgus Sutton
Cecelia Shook McAuliffe Camille Tribelhorn Crawford Noncy Lewis Van Deusen
Fifi Lamas Menzelos Judith Cochran Forrlage Abigoil Roberts Van Wagenen
Elizabeth Anne Murwin Karherine Gulmerr Audrey Murphy Whirham
Elizabeth Eberharr Peterson Therese A. Hurrodo
Holly Nanette Purdy Joyce Hall Jackson 29
Dionne Collaway Sheppard Marilyn Tevriz Kezirion
Jo Ellen Shiver Paula Conre Manheim
Gail Sullivan McDowell
Jane Ann 5nider
Kim Rodgers Wille

Phi Phi Upsllon Mary Hawkins Orem Joan Hurst Moe Gladys Dowden
Kansas Purdue Mary Brace Pircairn Renee Desmer Mogni Linda Taylor Drew
Lois Bern Arms Mary Stone Saxon Margery Ames Pflughaupt Fanita Yoakum Druehl
Dolores Grossenbocher Aul Susan G. Bezousko Marsha Lynne Westfall Maxine Griffith Pusinelli Elizabeth Beedy Duncan
Glee Starr Bloomer Karen Dunren Blonk Helen Compere Rahe Margaret Jones Grimshow
Evolyn Srorr Bloomer Fran Leslie Borrorff Psl Carole Merrick Ringer Janet Lefson Hackley
Emmo Montgomery Brondr Parricia Stahl Conner Pennsylvania Arleto Kirlin Schaub Marion Force Haswell
Janice Marie Brenner Christine Schaibley Fisher Margaret Dorr Schutt Joanne Fenner Hoys
Marguerite Chandler Cayor Maureen Given Freeman Johanna Carrozzino Adamczyk Jeanne Berrcher Searles Margaret Wagner Kellogg
Neva Brown Conway Dianne Boggess Fullam Erhel Bell Boardmon Helen Winters Seubold Margaret Scholz Morsron
Helen Ruhlandr Cooney Jo Ries Moyer Rosalind Marsh Bradbury Vivian Bernadine Swanson Mory Thompson McReynolds
Moxine Earharr Dees Jane Geiger Niemeier Gladys Parks Flick Louise Lowty Thompson Louise Kramer Mills
Mary Robbins Feil Deborah Elouise Payne Helen Wollouer Horner Evolyn Gilporrid^ Thumm Carol J. Munson
Maria Hadges Foy Mary Kathleen Pool Helen Euerle Huelsebus Virginia Wienhoeber Alice Hill Nelson
Josephine Braucher Fugate Carole Masloob Reeves Emma Taylor Kirchin Hazel Wlbar Judith Porker Payne
Elizabeth Schieber Gounaud Karen Ann Resch Caroline Turron Mudd Ellen English Wiseman Christine Borhwell Pedroncelli
Margaret Elledge Harris Suson Schwartz Vlk Byrhl Voughr Platfenberger Bonnie Mondl Wolfgram Barbara Jensen Rains
Helen Gallagher Harrison Jill Ann Williamson Elinor Fisher Shoop Carol L Rice
Louise Clark Hedge Agnes Gertrude Slaven Rho Alpha
Rorence Longenecker Houldirch PI Margaret Pennypacker Wisner Pan American College Cynthia Graham Roberts
Mary Gilles Johnson Sophie Newcomb College Deborah Rabe San Roman
Veda Russell Lewis Rho Janet Hobbs Voldes Eleanor Forderer Schwarz
Noncy Johonnsen Meditz Rietta Gorlond Albrirron Northwestern Dororhy Ledgert Seifert
Nancy Scott Misch Ezrene Fisk Bouchelle Rho Sigma Florence Alverez Spoulding
Linda Torcum Pacini Mary Bolton Brown Dorothy Broad Andreu Portland State Noreen Higgins Sroner
Marcia Kyle Rineharr Frances Tomlinson Corr Narolie Gruenerwald Anton Mildred Ewing Taylor
Virginia Zenishek Struble Goyle Marschall Casgrove Nell Willis Berndr Lynnerte Bohlander Chiorri Carol Joan Wilhelmy
Reba White Urr Odette Chalaron Hart Diane Beverly Bleiberg Barbara Jones Conner
Carolyn Wellington Janie Price Hewes Barboro Oyer Bowermasrer Diane Marie Eaton Sigma Chi
Joan King Hicks Jeanne Fox Brennan Allison Dumble Mudrick Hartwlck College
Phi Alpha Anna McLellan Kosfler Linda Cesal Browder
Eastern Tennessee Beverly Walton Kerr May Norton Brown Sigma Denise Founroin
Helen Rogers Hampton Schuyler Ruhlmman Louapre Tova Quisr Oaig Calif. U. Of-Berkeley Dale Susan Kehoe
Beverly Nell Mockie Zelmo Snyder Millikin Dorothy Bruniga Deon Leslie Moxson Lofferandre
Jan Gae Mounger Jane Darferson Dickman Jonice Melton Adams Margo Elizabeth McMahon
Phi Beta Parricia Reinerrh Reed Elizabeth Gardner Dougherty Carol Barber Altshuler Helen Billord Palmer
E. Stroudsburg State Dorothy Traurh Ryan Morion Abele Franco Joy Martin Ashley Sigrid Wesrcort Stewart
Patricio Palmer Janet McCracken 5rorrs Lois Falkner Griffith Mary Bognaschi Ann Timmons
Cell J. Quider Mary Myers Winn Dorothy Bartholomew Gusrofson Edna Taber Ball Karen Ann Traverso
Eloise Mofferr Horper Eva Packard Blaschke Virginia Ann Witter
Phi Delta Pi Delta Elinor Wallace Hendrickson Shirley Jumper Boberg
Wise. U. Of-Milwaukee Maryland Emily Jonas Hill Edirh Belsher Butler Sigma Delta
Barbara Daugs Hunt Virginia Wolsey Huizinga Julia Nixon Chase Huntingdon College
Alice Boulden Smirh Marrho Temple Alderson Harriett Peterson Hulbert Margaret Conoga Coll
Patrice Morgorer Sullivan-Fischer Phyllis Phillips Bemiss Bearrice Segsworrh Kitchen Marion Block Corwin Borbara Lynn Smirh
Grerchen Beling Zollendeck Dororhy Miles Blood Caryl Waller Krueger Chris Ann Casranrino Judy Carol Williams
Mary Medinger Burz Gwendolyn Evererrs Lee Adair Thrash Davis
Phi Kappa Anno Dorsey Cooke Frances Schnitzer Loepperr Carol Wulff Doersch
Morris Harvey College Barbara Close Coulson Dorothy Pool Marker
Mary Hague Girod Mildred Morris Dorkis Frances Dwight McNoir
Carol Goodman Siegel Rebecca Mewis Daugheny
Florence Alvarez Spaulding Lillie Hill Day When we were young, we felt, in our friendship for one another,
Margaret Guinan Unavage Robin Epstein Elkinson that friendship is love so sure of return within itself that it need
Moy Dezendorf Fours make no demands. Its object and reward are in giving — in the
Phi Lambda Diane Amelia Gilbert giving itself.
Youngstown Ann Bennett Graham
Norma Mitchell Abu Jeanne Jarvis "Now, grown older, we know that in this giving all of oneself and
Sondra Morinelli Beers Carolyn Grabowski Mohon gaining all of one's friends is a paramountjoy.
Mary Goncz Krauss Charlorre Clemson Merisel
Parricia Williams Richards Shirley Srilwell Sale "This is the glorious and enduring blessing that Alpha Omicron Pi
Virginia Krupa Shaw Helen Wollman Shears will bring to you.
Julia Smesko Tommaro Elizabeth J. Taylor
Rurh Joseph Vericella Diane Wallace 'The power of youth is hope. Youth is dauntless. As people grow
Nellie Fours Whorron older, the clouds of life may obscure their hope, sometimes quite
Phi Omicron Jaonne Ross Wilder hiding it Many lose faith in its promise or that it is there at all In
Hanover College Lillian Earnesr Wilson Alpha Omicron Pi is a self-restoring, constant supply of youthful
Dororhy Pickens Addison Jean Torber Woodson hope that must grow brighter and stronger until there are no
Barbara Eskew Cannon Audrey Bosley Wright clouds, until the ideal shows itself to be the shining real and
Beverly Margaret Delon darkness vanishes. Let our Light so shine.
Korherine Young Fluegel PI Kappa
Susan Hall Heirzmon Texas "Keep young. Be happy."
Morgorer Marquess Lower
Wilmo Karherine Miller Rurh Rumse Bandy • EXECUTIVE BOARD, 1944
Peggy Jo Pinchbeck Harrier Martin Boyd
Sondra Bauss Srinebring Barbara Seim Campbell
Nancee Louise Vine Phyllis Kemp Carter
Virginia Hayworth Wilcox Berry Aschenbeck Daniel
Elizabeth Kennedy Delk
Phi Sigma Mary Nell Garrison
Kearney State Catherine Gainer Gonzales
Jeanne Deyle Blausey Laura Baade Gracy
Garo Mae Bodenhomer Jo Wolling Heflin
Cynthia Sue Branz Barbara Beolor Hines
Rhonda Ellis Chleborad Rurh Neel Miller
Debra Doles Jacobs Peggy Marhis Move
Linda Wessels Troesrer Geraldine Campbell Naschke


Sigma lota Miriam Thomas Oliver SUPPORTERS OF THE 1979 Eileen Clark Gillespie
Western Illinois Inez Kolor Perrok DEVELOPMENT FOND INCLUDED., Aase Loe Gronlund
Jane Cracrafr Robertson Donna Demuynck Hanley
Jonice Joy Anderson Doris Heisig Terwilliger • accountants Bemice Sr. John Hansen
Donna Dell Berg Margarer Ann Torreano • civic volunteers Karen Ann Hansen
Kathleen Carol Berg • commercial artists Maralyn Morgan Hilbert
Debbie Kouzes Burdick Tau Delta • counselors Berniece Wallace Hill
Cathy Smith Hunt Birmingham-Southern • data processors AAarrh Matzner Hull
Kathleen Kaim • educators Audrey Hoenshell Humason
Jo Anne Macandet Mary Rice Caldwell • flight attendents Helen Whiting Johnson
Mary Fowler Ruder Virginia Kay Carlton • historians Barbara Clark Marsh
Jean Severson Twyning Geraldine Purvis Ellzey • housewives Frances Fourot Mauer
Barbara Anne Evans • interior designers Sharon Mory McCulley
Sigma Lambda Virginia Johnsron Francis • investment analysts Candace Rosauer Norquisr
Wisconsin State Nancy Warwood Gibbs • journalists Beorrice Heirmonn Nowogroski
Ellen Lynn Brouchle Lelo Louise Hon • lawyers Louise Benron Oliver
Karen Dwyer Caesar Janice West Ingram • pharmacists Ann Schulrz Pore
Susan Corona Susan Edmunds Lewis • nurses Leslie Corinne Pierce
Debra Filocco Hevier Carol Cheney Stabler • physicians Berry Arrlesey Roundhill
Nancy Happen- Hunter Agnes Coffin Stafford • public relations experts Jeanne Branom Sherman
• realtors Roberta Exley Swenson
Sigma Omicron Tau Omicron • retailers Berry Benedict Taylor
Arkansas State Tenn. Univ. of-Mardn • speech therapists Rebo Shannon Traber
Barbara Lynn Hazelip AAargoret King Alexander • urban planners Kristen Elizabeth Wahlberg
Dororhy Raye Kinman Barbara Whiraker Brake Susanne Mygort Wakefield
Deanno Allgier Shaver Elizaberh Lee Brenr . . . and many other involved AOIIs. Virginia Moseley Waters
Karen Froncille Snodgrass Glenda Householder Easmdge Melonie Peterson Wide
Elizabeth Ann Hopkins Theta Eta AAario Dagosrino Gwenavere Wilbum Worrick
Sigma Phi Maria Izabel Atolone Cincinnati Beverly Fraser Dolzell Gwendoline Showell Wrede
San Fernando State Corhy Denise Meredith Judith Accerrola Hendricks
Pamela Harbin Abotr A. AAary Boyles Carol Ann Kaufman Upsilon Alpha
Joonne Milliner Debelius Theta Nancy Gaines Bernard Marilyn Corison Kiesewetrer Arizona
Joan Allison Fondell Depauw Lou AAoon Bunnel Elaine Nyquisr AAcDonough
Phyllis Casreel Gilson Doris Ann Eberhardr Janet Wamecke Muller Mary Miller Brenrari
Peggy Parsley Jone Briner Beavers Rurh Wodley Heslar Joanne Atera Niebonck Cynrheia Tom Ford
Denise Choriron Rubin Mory Oreor Binkley Erna Kramer James Laura Falvey Vrvona Nancy Herlihy Jakobs
Barbara Stark Wheeldon Luella Boonstra Boaz Laura Gang Kelch Elizaberh Ann Jones
Morilyn Davis Boles Daisy Porr Lindsley Theta Psi Suzanne Levitz Payron
Sigma Kho Karhryn Roe Brown AAary Light AAeyer Toledo AAarianne Hicks Pohorsky
Slippery Rock State Karhryn Schwarz Colren Rurh Feinrhel Atoos Sandra AAyrice Schoub
Chrisrina Maria Casrello Lenore Johnson Coon Dorothy Dorsey Muegel Lois Zeigler Billig
Donna Lee Coleman Harriett Hesslin Crum Alice Biechler Muller Frances Suydam Chappie M
Lynn Arm Sibley Deborah Johnson Darnell AAargarer Francis Srillwell Dororhy Leive Eberle Oklahoma
Julie Walker Stroup Pauline Townes Finley Hope Johnson Tiemeyer Gwen Petersen Geis
Cynthia Lynn Trew Pamela Simpson Fleece Adele Deckerr Whire Marilyn Onweller Keller Mamie Barr
Sylvia Yorr Govir Brendo Louise Klecha Elizaberh Wardlaw Elgin
Sigma Tau Dorothy Gardner Goodnough Theta Omega Rurh Lee Leichtamer
Washington College Phyllis Whircomb Green Northern Arizona Wilma Rocker Luerke Zet»
Chrisrina Schilling Harrison Sheree Arm Harrell Beryle Dunlap AAcOosky Nebraska
Carolyn Branr Lense Pauline Srork Harris AAory Hennessey Becka Judith Colony AAcKeown
Hilda Otr Micari Helen Beaubien Her/ford Jill AAocey Bourns Deborah Denise Moril Sandra Buell Albertson
Jean Leland Smith Mory Walker Hughbanks Nonerte Brubaker Fadwo Honey Skaff Pauline Moore Carman
Elizabeth R. Thibodeou Krisrine Ann Iverson Jessica Barlow Daniels Lavella Andrew Stone Ema Phillippe Cheney
Carol Roesener Jackson Jamie McCaw AAarion Trerrien Cheryl Gerscher Frizzell
Tau Judir Dutchess Kepner Nancy Jo AAcConaha Thelma Coen Waigand Mory Kokes Gillilond
Minnesota Helen Walker Kessell Laurie Pepper Shanes AAarilyn Buyea Wenner Maureen Murphy Hergerr
Duchess Jerr Barrmess Eunice Brumm Lanzl Helen Elizaberh Wallace Madeline Wostoupal Kerkow
Elizaberh Bond Rurh Dodge Larson Upsilon Anne Figge Laugnran
Rachel Frisvold Bregenzer Barbara Cash Lavelle Theta PI Washington Janice Foore Luhn
Donna Bary Burche Berry Pollard Lyrle Wagner College Carherine Ballou AAorcy
Virginia Swift Chombertin AAary Obear AAacDougall Donno McNoir Apple Ellen Srb AAarkyran
Bafbora Williams Curry AAarion Wrege AAoy Louise Helen Adolphson Eleanor Bechen Diann Young AAcClatchey
Charlene Wenre Dannheim Marcia Jensen Nelson Lisa Beck AAarianne Dovies Carron Diono Rosmussen AAeiches
Charlotte Prescort Evans AAarilyn George Poluzzi Gale Tollofsen Bellafiore AAary Fohey Chesley Dororhy Lessenich Mitchell
Dorris Bowers Garron Carherine Roe Raisor Korhy Perricone Bisrreich Patricia Guerrel Clifford Lynn ftolsron Rolfsmeier
Elna Thursron Hansen June Morris Silverman Nancy A. Cochrane AAory Brooks Dovid Joan Arvanerte Russ
Janyse Squires Hanson Mary Schultheis Stoudenmire Lorraine Cucciniello Diana Smith Drewel Dorothy Gannon Smith
Marilyn Dixon Haugen Kay Hansen Sutherlin Kathleen Bradshaw Gardo Lucile Hendricks Spencer
Clara Kurz Hocksredler Ann Kainz Tvaroha Adlyn AAoeller Van Sreenberg
Jean Ashron Hollisret Barbara Kenagy Wood Shirley McPeck Walker
Suzanne Hall Kennedy Helen Wenrich Wood Laura Scherff Warers
Mary Manny Klorr
Jessie AAcAdam Lorned Theta Chi Zeta Psi
Barbara Ann AAarch Momlngslde College East Carolina College
Alice Pass McHugh
Olive Oliver AAoffen Jeanne AAescham Carherine AAanley Banks
Hermione Stewart Nelson Nancy Youngren Shirley Wooren Forgeng
AAary Gleoson Letchworrh
Mary Teal Winslow


Field Staff Announced for 1980-81

"l wonder if she sleeps with her pin on?" "Is she a spy Katherine Wilson, 22, a Coe College graduate in speech
from Central Office?" is from Winnetka, 111. The Alpha Theta member was vice
president/pledge trainer and president of the chapter. She
These are just some of the thoughts Alpha Omicron Pi also was active as a school cheerleader, captain of the
actives admit they asked themselves just before meeting women's tennis team and a disc jockey.
their first Traveling Consultant (TC).
Katherine was the college's Homecoming Queen in
AOII's field staff is made up of TCs and Special Chapter 1979. She enjoys athletics, the out-of-doors and music.
Assistants (SCAs.) TCs travel across the country, visiting
and teaching collegiate chapters more about AOII and will • g h t Special Chapter Assistants (SCAs) have been
focus on any concerns which the individual chapter wants named for the school year. They are Debbie Brewton, Janet
to discuss. They also share ideas from one chapter with Fellwock, Liz Hafner, Janice McDonald, Diane Johnson,
every other chapter they visit. Ellen Kinch, Terri Parker, and Deane Waters.

SCAs attend graduate school or are employed while they Debbie Brewton, 23, a former TC in 1979-80, will be an
work with one specific chapter for the entire school year. SCA at Phi chapter on the Cniversity of Kansas campus.
She has earned her degree in history from the Cniversity of
The TCs and SCAs were in Nashville during August for Alabama where she was a member of Alpha Delta chapter.
two weeks of training. Under the direction of Suzanne A Diamond Jubillee Scholarship winner in 1978, she
Colgan, the newly named Chapter Services Coordinator, recently received the $500 Helen O. Haller Scholarship for an
the Field Staff studied all aspects of AOII. SCA.

The Field Staff for this year has three TCs: Troylyn The Birmingham, Ala., AOII plans to study higher
Johnson, June Perkins and Katherine Wilson. education administration at CK while serving as an SCA.

Troy Johnson, 23, originally from Albuquerque, N.M., Janet Fellwock, 22, will be working with Alpha Kappa,
finished her degree in Germanic Languages from Indiana Sigma Delta and Zeta Psi chapters during the next year. The
University where she was a member of Beta Phi chapter. Evansville, lnd., AOII earned a degree from Ball State
Last year she traveled for AOII in Region VI and VIII. Cniversity in Crban and Regional Studies. The Kappa
Kappa chapter member earned a Diamond Jubilee
During her college career she won her chapter's Most Scholarship in 1978. During her undergraduate years she
Outstanding Pledge Award and was nominated for the was honored as Pledge of the Year and received the
Outstanding Senior Student Award at CI. She served as the Outstanding Sister Award. She also served the university as
chapter's pledge trainer. a member of its Cardinal Corps (university hostess.)

June Perkins, 22, earned her degree in political science Liz Hafner, 22, from Schererville, lnd., will be working
from the Cniversity of Florida where she was a member of with Nu lota, Sigma lota and Omega Xi during the year. The
Gamma Omicron chapter. The Centerville, Ohio, AOII was Indiana Cniversity graduate in biology was a member of
the chapter's rush chairman. She enjoys swimming, snow Beta Phi chapter. In college she earned her chapter's Most
skiing, the guitar and racquetball. Outstanding Pledge Award.

t- Janice McDonald, 24, a graduate of Oregon State
Cniversity with a degree in fine arts will work with the
4r , v reorganized Chi Delta at Colorado. Last year she served as an
SCA to Chi Delta. The Los Altos AOII served as her
m chapter's executive vice president and recording secretary.

S C A s for the year include, clockwise from the front, Deane Waters, Tern Diane Johnson, 22, from Brownsburg, lnd., earned her
Parker, Janice McDonald, Ellen Kinch, Janet Fellwock, Debbie Brewton, degree from Indiana State Cniversity in child and family
Uz Hafner and Diane Johnson. studies. The Kappa Alpha initiate held several chapter
offices and served as a graduate assistant in Student Life for
32 Greek Affairs as an undergraduate working with

She was a finalist for the Distinguished Senior Award,
and was named outstanding Alpha Omicron Pi Woman in

Ellen Kinch, 23, received her elementary education
degree from the Cniversity of Illinois where she pledged lota
chapter. The Mundelein, III., AOII was a former SCA at
Cpsilon chapter and will serve as an SCA forTau chapter at
Minnesota this year. She also plans to do some substitute
teaching while serving as an SCA.

Ellen also will be serving as Fraternity Education
program coordinator under Chapter Services.

Terri Parker, 24, earned her pharmacy degree from Northeast Louisiana TCs Katherine Wilson, front, June Perkins and
University where she was a member of Lambda Tau chapter. The licensed Troy Johnson.
pharmacist served as her chapter's vice president/pledge trainer and president.
She is from Shreveport, La. Terri will be continuing her SCA position with Delta
(Jpsilon chapter at Duke University.

During her year she hopes to be able to use her pharmacist training at a local

Deane Waters, 22 is a graduate of Duke University in management
sciences/Spanish. She was a chapter member of the Delta (Jpsilon chapter and
served as the colony's rush chairman and the chapter rush chairman.

The ML Airy, N.C, AOII will be an SCA at Louisiana State University.

Overseeing the Field Staff is Suzanne Colgan, 24 a Washington State University
graduate in physical education. The Alpha Gamma chapter member from
Bellevue, Wash., was her chapter's house manager for two years and served as the
university's Panhellenic president. She traveled for AOII as a TC for two years.

She was named her chapter's Outstanding Pledge and was a finalist for
Outstanding Greek Woman and Outstanding Senior Woman.

In her newly-created position, Suzanne will work directly with the administrative
director and vice president for operations in those areas affecting chapter
maintenance and development, including direct and close monitoring of collegiate
progress and direct responsibility and supervision of the Field Staff program.

Consider the Field Staff Program for 1981

Have you ever thought about apply- The Traveling Consultant program nothing more real than learning to be
ing to be a part of AOII's Field Staff? also offers a unique challenge to recent more adaptable and dealing with
Open to recent graduates, both the graduates. Spend a year visiting chap- different situations and different
Special Chapter Assistant and Traveling ters and teaching them more about people. There is nothing more real
Consultant positions offer exciting AOII and chapter operations. The TC than discovering strengths you never
challenges. position gives you the opportunity to knew you had. There is nothing more
share your knowledge and love of AOII real than working to help others grow
Within the SCA position, there are with a broad spectrum of sisters through- and mature. Being a Field Staff
several options. Beginning your career out the collegiate world of AOII. member for AOII provides you with a
and working for AOII as an SCA, attend- Flexibility, dedication, and lots of love real life experience that will be marketa-
ing graduate school, or working full- are important attributes of a TC. You ble in whatever your career aspirations
time for AOII and being responsible for can find out more about this position of may be. And besides all of that, it's a
three or four chapters are all possibilities. the AOII Field Staff by clipping the form once in a lifetime experience to share
An SCA needs dedication, loyalty, and below and sending it to Central Office. all that love and loyalty and knowledge
an extra special loving patience. Why about AOII that you've gained. Clip the
not clip the form below and write to Why spend a year working as a Field form below and find out more about
Central Office for more information Staff member for AOII when you need this special opportunity.
today? "real world" experience? There is

I am interested in the SCA Program CHAPTER
I am interested in the TC Program
Mail to: AOII Central Office

2401 Hillsboro Rd. Suite 103
Nashville, TN 37212
Please send information to:





Spring Successes, Fall Plans


GE3 BETA KAPPA the Black Angus in Eugene, explained
University of British Columbia Reporter Susan Walters.

Beta Kappa chapter reported that Alpha Sigma sisters know how to
have a good time, but they also realize
05) the past school year started and ended the need to buckle down when it
on a successful note for the British comes to academics. This realization
0=3 has awarded the chapter third place
Columbia group. honors in scholastics among the
S3 twelve sororities at the University of
Its second annual fashion show to Oregon. It takes special pride in the fact
that Erin Dunn, a junior communica-
raise funds for charity "Fashion Focus tions major, was one of only six nomi-
nated for a campus-wide, junior activities
1980" was held in March. With honorary award, the Gerlinger Cup.

direction from the chapter's adviser, All in all, AE had a great and inspiring
year and eagerly are moving forward
Judit Spence, commentator for the into the fall!

evening, sorority models, including ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER
Washington State University
AOII's Sally Weatherley, Michele
The Alpha Gamma chapter became
Simons, Kathyrn Ferris, Paula Lorette surprised victims of Mt. St. Helen's May
18 volcanic ashfall during its annual
and Lynda Niven showed the latest spring cruise at Lake Couer D'Alene in
Idaho. The daytime became nighttime
fashions to an enthusiastic audience. as early as 3 o'clock in the afternoon
due to a large, black ash-filled cloud.
IOTA CHAPTER Beta Kappa's Fashion Show "That's one spring cruise we won't
University of Illinois forget!", exclaimed Reporter Sharon
Committee and Elizabeth Guscott is Hart.
The Iota's dedication to school and chairing the Panhellenic Public Rela-
campus activities was rewarded this tions Committee. During the Regional Meeting this
spring by various honors and awards. summer Alpha Gamma received
In addition, the (Jniverstiy of Illinois IOTA SIGMA various awards. Our former president
became more aware than ever of the Iowa State University Nora O'Neill received the Outstanding
AOII spirit. Leadership award and recognition for
The Ames Alumnae Panhellenic has being nominated for the Perry award.
Elizabeth Guscott was tapped for named Sara Warman, a member of Alpha Gamma received a certificate for
Mortar Board and elected vice-president Iota Sigma, as its "Outstanding Ames outstanding scholarship and for
of the honor society. Paige Harrison Collegiate Sorority Woman" at Greek outstanding Pledging and Initiation. An
and Carol Mosborg were chosen for Appreciation Night last spring. Sara, English major, Leslie Horlacher,
Shorter Board, an all-University honor- president of her chapter, is the received a Diamond Jubilee Scholar-
ary based on activities, leadership and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. ship for her hard work on philanthropy
grades. Carol was also named to Phi Warman, of Ames. The highly-honored and scholarship.
Kappa Phi. award is based on scholastic ability,
campus activities and service to her Alpha Gammas kept busy in the
Paige was recently elected to the (Jl sorority. summer planning for formal Rush.
Student Assembly. This assembly is Kristi Jackson and Joan Gillis did a
the first student government recognized ALPHA SIGMA terrific job getting members excited
by the University. University of Oregon and enthusiastic about the Fall 1980
Rush. Members came up with all kinds
lota is very proud of Diane Danner. Winter and Spring Terms proved to of new ideas including the use of "Dr.
She was accepted to dental school bring much excitement and fulfillment Doolittle" costumes.
after three years of undergraduate for members at Alpha Sigma.
school. She will begin school next fall at Academically, Alpha Gamma
Indiana University. JoAnne Yonke has Returning from Christmas break, the placed second with a 2.96 average
received a teaching assistantship here chapter geared up to prepare for grade point over the entire Greek
at Illinois for this fall. She will be attend- Winter rush, in which it was successful system of Washington State University
ing graduate school. in pledging eight fantastic newpledges. last spring. Those nights of never
Highlighting Wnter term was the ending studying have its reward!
Wendy Feik was named the most annual Winter Formal, held this year at Sharon added.
outstanding Freshman/Sophomore
student in Agricultural Communica-
tions. Susan Masters captured the
most coveted University honor. She
was named to the Bronze Tablet, an
honor bestowed only to the top three
percent of the graduating class.

Fall 1980s Panhellenic Assistant
Rush Chairman is an lota, Sandy
Malmquist. Elizabeth Jacobucci is
heading the Panhellenic Philanthropic


Founders Day 1981

Success is Built
From Service

it has now been 84 years that the light of Alpha Omicron Pi has shone in the
fraternity world. The ideal started by four purposeful young women has
remained unchanged within a growing sisterhood numbering more than
70,000 today. What began as one chapter at Barnard College has grown to
more than 200 throughout North America.

Our Founders expected us to work with body, brain, spirit and substance Joan MacCallum
for Alpha Omicron Pi. Through the years many people certainly have done International President
just that. Had it been otherwise, we could not have progressed as far as we
have. Stella, Bess, Helen and Jess gave unselfishly of themselves to all of us
for their entire lives. Many of our members can still remember their personal
guidance given so strongly, yet lovingly, to their thousands of AOII

Now it is within the power of each of us to pass on the torch, undimmed. The friendship, the fun, the ideals and
the opportunities for personal growth which we have been given must not be allowed to stagnate. Don't wait to be
asked! Pass them on!

Just as friendship implies a mutual giving and receiving of strength and trust, so our membership within the
sisterhood of AOII is based upon mutual support.

Albert Schweitzer's words might have been spoken directly to us: "I don't know what your destiny will be, but
one thing I know: the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who will have sought and found how
to serve."

In the spirit of our founding 84 years ago, let each of us vow to carry the torch of AOII proudly, to keep its flame
brightly shining in the world about us, to serve our Fraternity in whatever way we can and to return to our sisters-
yet-to-be at least as much as we have received.

Happy Founders' Day, Sisters.



Joan Deathe MacCallum Joe Beth Heflin

Peg Crawford Manly Herman
Ginger Banks Sharon Martin

Kay Hansen Sutherlin Nancy Clark

I AP00442910 SIG-LAM AOP Z
i MRS JOHN S C H U E L L E R WI 5 3 4 0 2


POSTMASTER—Please send notice of
undeliverable copies on Form 3579 to
Alpha Omicron Pi, 2401 Hillsboro
Road, Suite 103, Nashville, TN 37212

TACI CHAPTER Corporation-
University of Minnesota
Scholarship is on the upswing atTau PI DELTA CORPORATION
chapter. This fall marks the beginning LAMBDA IOTA CORPORATION Nov. 23, 1 p.m.
of a test, class, and major file to be Pi Delta Chapter House
located in our large study room. Infor- Oct. 22, 8 p.m. College Park, MD
mation will be gathered from each
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offer will be at our fingertips. Mrs. Donald Sanders
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During the summer, we wrote letters La Jolla, California 92037 Alexandria, VA 22311
to perspective rushees about not only
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academic aspects it has to offer. The CHI LAMBDA CORPORATION
AOHs showed them the scholastic side Barbara Hancock, sec.
of the sorority they probably never 6295 Cardeno Drive Dec. 6, 1 p.m.
considered. Old Mill
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The vice president-pledge trainer,
Margie Kremer, is planning a 100% ANNUAL MEETING For information contact:
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towards scholarship. CORPORATION Newbough, IN 47630
Oct. 29, 8 p.m.
Scholarship chairman, Debbie Sit, is Home of Mrs. Robert (Joyce) KEY CHAINS FOR SALE i
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exactly when and how much time we postage and handling. A mini-
studied in a week so we could see for For information contact: mum order of 10 can be ordered
ourselves where we were lacking. With from:
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attitude about the importance of Crystal Compese
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