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Published by Alpha Omicron Pi, 2015-09-17 16:45:26

1984 Fall, To Dragma

Vol. LXIII, No. 3

The €Mtors PUce

by Sue Lewis These accomplishments are not surpris-
Administrative Director ing when you know what an outstanding
journalist this Alpha Gamma AOII is in
I have taken license this issue to steal her own right.
this spot from Editor Sue Hinz for a very
special reason. In addition to her BA in journalism
from Washington State University, Sue
All too often, we tend to thank folks worked on her MS in journalism and
when they have completed a job well mass communication at Iowa State Uni-
done. I hope that point for our editor is a versity, Ames. Professionally, Sue cur-
long, long way off, so I would like to rently serves as editor of the weekly fac-
publicly salute the continuing superb ulty/staff newspaper for the WSU Office
work of Sue Hinz as our To Dragma of University Relations.
Our editor is active in community life,
Sue Wayenberg Hinz, Alpha Gamma '67, The Executive Board has enthusiasti- serving on the Board of Directors for the
Washington State University, has served as ed- cally appointed Sue to a third 2-year term Pullman United Way, providing leader-
itor of To Dragtna since June, 1980. as editor. ship to several local public school com-
mittees, and assisting in such worthy pro-
In the past four years, Sue has consis- jects as the March of Dimes, Heart Fund,
tently produced an informative and ap- and Community Child Care Center.
pealing publication, balancing feature ar-
ticles on fraternity highlights with news She has served AOII in her area as a
of AOII superwomen, general interest ar- charter member of Pullman Alumnae
ticles, and collegiate and alumnae chapter Chapter—later as an officer, and chapter
updates. adviser of Alpha Gamma chapter at
WSU. Currently she serves as president
Under her leadership, To Dragma has of Alpha Gamma Corporation and presi-
won awards from the National Inter-Fra- dent of Pullman City Panhellenic.
ternity Foundation, the Washington
Press Association, and the College Frater- If you think Ginger Banks enjoys sto-
nity Editors Association. ries of her niece Amy, then you'll love
Sue's musings of sons Bill, 8, and John,
At the 1983 convention, Council ap- 12. Mom even wields a mean fielder's
proved an increase in To Dragma life mitt for baseball practice!
subscriptions to fund this move toward a
quality publication. Sue, we thank you for your wonderful
work on our primary communicator, To
Perspectives Dragma, and look forward to at least
two more years of your leadership as our
By Ginger Banks, International table even though it started with the meat editor.
being frozen and the charcoal refusing to
President light? It's magic. Guest editor's note: I am pleased to an-
My niece Amy and I recently shared a nounce that Diane Douglass, Public Rela-
wonderful experience. In so many areas of our lives, we may tions Coordinator, will begin to assist
Just the two of us went to see a per- wish we could rely on magic to make all Sue Hinz as the Headquarters liaison for
formance by magician David Copper- things bright and beautiful, and all our To Dragma. Diane, too, has excellent
field. efforts successful and rewarding. background and experience in publica-
Since seven-year-olds don't usually tions, and works already on other
miss a trick, I was hoping Amy would be But the truth is that success and joy do fraternity publications. I will continue as
able to e x p l a i n to me h o w M r . not materialize because David Copper- Executive Board supervisor and general
Copperfield manager to put a large toy field—or anyone else—waves a magic mother hen, but with Sue and Diane
duck into a box and have a live one come wand. They occur as the result of belief, working together, they will be a formida-
out. O r how Mr. Copperfield could en- organization and hard work. ble team! si
close himself in a cubicle on stage and ap-
pear an instant later—live and in per- When all officers understand their re- Editor's Note: Alumnae and colle-
son—standing in an aisle in the center of sponsibilities and discharge them with giate chapters that have a successful
the audience. enthusiasm and promptness, that's fund raising project for the AOII Phil-
magic. anthropic Foundation are invited to
Amy had a very simple explanation for send details and photos to To Dragma
these illusions: "It's magic," she said. When all members of our chapters look for use in later publications. Without
for ways they can further participate in the support of the alumnae and colle-
What a wonderful explanation for AOII activities, that's magic. giate chapters the Foundation would
many of life's mysteries. be unable to support national research
When all AOIIs realize that making efforts so important to the fight
How did I manage to pass an exam for personal and financial contributions to against arthritis.
which I had not studied? It's magic. the fraternity are important and integral
parts of their lives, that's magic.
How did I manage to get that job I
wanted even though I did not think I was Belief. Organization. Hard work.
qualified for it? It's magic. Those are magical ingredients of suc-
cess and fulfillment that even Amy and I
How did I manage to get dinner on the can explain.


Published since January, 1905 by RAGMA

ALPHA OMICRON PI ofalpha omicron pL

Founded at Barnard College,
January 2, 1897

Founders Fall 1984 Vol. LXIII, No. 3
Jessie Wallace Hughan
Helen St. Clair Mullan featuring 4
Stella George Stern Perry m 8
Elizabeth Heywood Wyman 27
The Founders were members of Alpha Chapter at Leadership Conferences report 28
Barnard College of Columbia University and all AOII Philanthropic Foundation grows 32
Chapter Consultants named 36
are deceased. DJF scholarships awarded 37
'Are You Our Sisters?'
Alpha Omicron Pi Meet Executive Board's newest member
International Headquarters A O n Directory

3821 Cleghorn Ave. MEMBER

Telephone: 615-383-1174


Sue Wayenberg Hinz, AT1
NW 1445 Kenny

Pullman, W A 99163
(509) 332-1168—Home
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Sue Edmunds Lewis, T A
3821 Cleghorn Ave.
Nashville, T N 37215

PI, (USPS-631-840) the official organ of
Alpha Omicron Pi, is published quarterly
by Alpha Omicron Pi. Subscription price
is $1.00 per copy. $3.00 per year. Life
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P O S T M A S T E R : Send address changes to
Alpha Omicron Pi, 3821 Cleghorn Ave.,
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On the Cover Departments 2
Welcome Home! Familiar scenes The Editor's Place 33
such as this are repeated Collegiate Chapter Commentaries
throughout the United States and Alumnae Chapter Activity
Canada as AOTI collegians are
welcomed to their chapter
"homes". And home is where
the heart of AOTI is . . .



^andy Oover, conference chairman tor Kegion IV, Regional Director Liz Donaldson was one of the session leaders during Region Ill's
lett, and I ara Spencer, Fi Alpha, round workshops" meetings this summer.

LCs also otter the opportunity to present spe Presentations in Region IV were met with enthusiastic lesponses.
awards like one to International Presi
linger Banks who has been arrnspH

burning a canaXt at both ends. Nancy Battis
retiring regional vice president tor Re


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\ 1 here's always time to visit before and after Lv_ activities.


Past International President Edith Anderson
was able to attend the Rose Banquet in
Region J V


www! lUo

Regional Extension Officer Kris Burfeind was
in rhargp of one of the workshops for

Region 1

Ajld there always was timp for a snrprkp Srenes like this in Rpgion III were a part nf
Leadership Conference awards ceremonies
Karen Tucker, right, discussed the Diamond everywhere.
jubilee Foundation with alumnae chapter pros
ideals at Region I's L C . 5

Reporting from AOIFs LCs

Region I 1

Region I's Leadership Conference be- / «JL
gan many miles—and hours early for a Region Ws vice president, Char Potter, left, was able to introduce L C participants to two Past
number of delegates. International Presidents: Nancy McCain, center, and Edith Anderson.

While the regional officers settled in at theatre arrangement in the Hotel Plaza Q. O n Saturday, after being served a con-
the newly-redecorated Beta Tau chapter Banquet chairman Patty Marshman be- tinental breakfast in the open atrium of
house on the University of Toronto cam- gan festivities with a "toast to the Bachelor Hall, everyone dispersed to
pus (and were entertained with dinner Queen." Executive Board Director Kay classrooms for the leadership and pot-
prepared by collegians), a chartered bus Sutherlin presented the banquet address. pourri sessions. The Suite Shoppe, the
was working its way northward with boutique, was set up in the lobby and did
about 35 alumnae and collegians. A r - Lisa Lundy, Epsilon Alpha, was a brisk business during breaks. There also
ranged by the Northern Virginia Alum- awarded the Collegiate Leadership for viewing was the historical display
nae Chapter, Executive Board Director Award. Phi Beta was honored for its provided by Edith Anderson and a rush
Helen McMahon also joined the riders for overall improvement. display by Omega chapter.
the 14-hour bus trip.
Agnes Jamison, Epsilon Alpha, re- During lunch oohs and aahs were
Delegates and guests were treated to ceived an alumnae award for exceptional heard as collegians, modeling AOII Em-
the skit, "AOII Force Be With You," pre- service while the Allentown/Bethlehem porium fashions, walked among tables
sented by regional officers and directors Alumnae Chapter received an alumnae decorated by the Toledo alums, while
during their first night at Victoria Col- improvement award. Helen McMahon, Rho, Executive Board
lege. Director, gave the commentary.
Elected to regional offices were Carmel
Conference Chairman Jacqui Sanders Kaiser, regional vice president; Kris Following Rose Banquet, Helen McMa-
and members of Beta Tau chapter and the Burfeind, regional extension officer; hon gave the keynote speech, reminding
Toronto Alumnae Chapter were ready Mary Converse, regional finance officer, us of why AOII was founded and recall-
with the finest in hospitality for confer- and Debra Clark, regional rush officer. ing the vision of those four college wom-
ence-goers. en, admonishing us to work . . . Toward
Region II Tomorrow Together . . . the apt theme
Saturday workshops were held in of the conference. Then came the awards
Annsley Hall in a number of rooms dec- Region II leaders gathered on the cam- for which everyone had been waiting.
orated and named with that English pus of Miami University at Oxford,
flaire—The Library, The Music Room, Ohio, on June 29 where the ivy-covered Alumnae Chapter Certificates of
The Muriel Manning Room . . . walls and shaded walks set the mood for Achievement went to Dayton, Dearborn,
the week-end Leadership Conference. Detroit North Suburban and Toledo. The
A number of recognition awards were Panhellenic award was taken by Omi-
given during the conference. Beta Tau Following a late afternoon Ritual cron Pi, while Theta Psi was cited for
was honored as the chapter with the Workshop led by Nancy McCain, Rho, their outstanding pledge program. Cindy
highest scholarship points. The Baltimore Past International President, everyone Skaff presented two rush awards; one to
Alumnae Chapter was recognized for found the way to Peffer Park at the edge Kappa Pi for Most Improved formal rush
having the greatest percentage increase in of campus where a "box lunch" picnic and one each to Tau and Theta Psi.
membership. Rosamond Bratton, Epsilon was served at the shelter after a mixer
Alpha, was honored with her 50th conducted by the Dayton alums. Besides their certificates, a check for
year pin. $25 each in the chapters' names has been
L C participants were honored by the sent to the Panhellenic Philanthropic
Karen Tucker, scholarship chairman of presence of Edith Anderson, Beta Phi, Foundation for the winners of the Philan-
the Diamond Jubilee Foundation, was Past International President and now his- thropic award—Dayton Alumnae Chap-
there to congratulate the region for hav- torian, who was visiting a daughter ter, and Omega, Phi Delta and Theta Psi
ing four DJF recipients this year. Becky Morganson, E A , and attending the collegiate chapters.
Quilters National Show also being held
The Rose Banquet was set in a dinner on campus. Edith and Nan McCain held Three scholarship awards were given.
everyone spellbound during the storytell- The Milwaukee Alumnae trophy was
Member of Greater Harrisburg Alumnae ing by recalling anecdotes about our presented to Omicron Pi for the Highest
Chapter, Rosamond Bratton, right, Epsilon Founders and memories of their presiden- Pledge Class G P A . Dawn Wright, presi-
Alpha '32, Perm. State, was presented with her cies. dent of Toledo Alumnae Chapter, pre-
50-year pin during Region I's Leadership Con-
ference. With her is Carmel Kaiser, regional
vice president.


sented the Ruth Leichtamer cup to Kappa the deep South states would be quick to officer; and Donna Corbet, regional rush
Pi for Most Improved Scholarship. The cast their votes for the Region III Leader- officer.
highlight was the presentation by Mary ship Conference. Scheduled from June
Lou Sloss, Macomb County Alumnae 22-24, the meeting ran the gamut from A number of awards were given to re-
Chapter, of its new bowl honoring Nan one rich in fraternity history to one gional chapters.
McCain, for Highest Chapter Average. steeped in collegiate enthusiasm.
Nan presented this award to Phi Delta The Apple Pie Award went to Tau
chapter. Members gathered at the Sheraton Omicron. Kappa Omicron received the
Campus Inn, located within walking Most Improved Collegiate Chapter hon-
Receiving recognition for Alumnae distance of the University of Tennessee- or, while the Memphis Alumnae Chapter
Service was Alice Aderman, Theta Psi, —Knoxville campus. Attendees were earned the honor in the alumnae cat-
University of Toledo, former Executive welcomed to the three-day meeting by egory.
Board Director and present adviser to International President Ginger Banks.
UW-M Panhellenic, for her many accom- Ginger assured the alumnae in attendance Jean Tripp, Nashville, received the Ex-
plishments and dedicated service to AOII. that spending most of your life as an ceptional Service Award for an alumna,
The Collegiate Leadership award was alum wasn't so bad since she would be and Abby James, Tau Omicron, received
given to Melissa Habacker, Theta Psi. spending most of her life as a Past Inter- the Collegiate Leadership Award.
national President.
Because of the undying devotion and Certificates of Achievement went to
inspiration of chapter advisers, we recog- One of the highlights of the Saturday Lambda Chi, Nu Omicron, Gamma Sig-
nized each of them with a rose. A special schedule was a fashion show of rush ap- ma, Tau Omicron, and Tau Delta. Alum-
award was made to Omega chapter parel with an array of styles from skit nae chapters earning the certificates were
which year after year has been the top costumes to preference dresses. Colle- Knoxville, Huntsville, Martin, Atlanta,
chapter in the region. The last award, for gians from several chapters modeled typi- Greater Pinellas, Greater Pensacola and
Most Improved Chapter, was presented cal chapter attire which was an excellent Memphis.
to Kappa Pi. And then, with lights low- way to share wardrobe ideas with sister
ered and eyes wet, we formed a circle to chapters. Rush Excellence Awards were given to
sing the Epsilon Chapter Song, ending the Tau Delta, Lambda Sigma and Tau Omi-
fairytale evening which had been the Following the informative sessions Sat- cron.
handiwork of the Cincinnati Alumnae urday afternoon, collegians and alumnae
Chapter. alike donned their best "bib and tucker" Region IV
for the Rose Banquet. Featured speaker
Election of regional officers was held Bill Barron, minister of the Sequoia Hills Collegians and alumnae were able to enjoy
Sunday morning at the business session. Presbyterian Church, presented a memo- many workshops and programs together.
Those re-elected for second terms were rable speech on the need to expand the
Joanne Nowak, regional extension offi- love that sisterhood brings to the commu- More than 130 delegates attended Re-
cer, and Cindy Skaff, regional rush offi- nity at large. gion IV's Leadership Conference June 22-
cer. Elected to their first two-year terms 24 at the University of Louisville.
were Char Potter, regional vice president Immediately following the dinner, col-
and Sandy Slee, regional finance officer. legians literally gathered at the feet of the Conference Chairman Sandy Gover
Special recognition was accorded Caro- three Past International Presidents to and Pi Alpha chapter were able to host a
lyn Katz, outgoing RFO, for her nearly learn more about the fraternity's rich smoothly run event which was filled with
seven years in that position. past. Janie Callaway, Mary Louise Roller excitement.
and Carolyn Harris each gave brief
Region III glimpses of their personal recollections of Executive Board Director Melanie
interesting stories. Doyle gave the Rose Banquet address and
If awards were being given for the best Lynne Johnston, president of the Dia-
Leadership Conference in all of the eight Newly-elected officers for the region mond Jubilee Foundation, presented "A
regions of AOII, the representatives from include: Nancy Bowers, regional vice Capital Idea" at the opening business ses-
president; Marion Clouse, regional exten- sion.
sion officer; Linda Blau, regional finance
A special guest, Past International
Past International Presidents, from the left, Janie Linebaugh Callaway, Omicron, UT-Knoxville, President and International Historian
Mary Louise Filer Roller, Alpha Pi, FSU, and Carolyn Huey Harris, Lambda Sigma, University of Edith Anderson, was among Rose Ban-
Georgia, entertained delegates to Region Ill's conference with stories of earlier AOII years. quet guests. There Beta Phi announced it
would honor Edith's 87th birthday in July
with an $87 contribution to the Heritage

Installed as regional officers were Liz
Coffey, regional vice president; Judy
Zawacke, regional extension officer;
Anne Allison, regional rush officer; Sher-
ry Hartford, regional finance officer,

(continued on page 14)


Philanthropy Takes Many Forms in A O I I

by Barbara Hunt pha Omicron Pi Philanthropic Founda- • awarded the Mary Dee Drummond
Executive Board Director and tion. Medical Memorial of $1,000. to
President, AOII Philanthropic Carol Whitlatch (see accompanying
Foundation When we think of the fraternity's phil- article for details);
anthropies, we too often think only of
. . . an AOII graduate student received a our program of arthritis research grants. • committed $22,000. in educational
scholarship to assist her studies in geron- AOII is firmly committed to the support grants to the fraternity to assist
tology, while she in turn lends a hand to of this research program and through the with program materials and semi-
an AOII chapter as a Special Chapter As- Philanthropic Foundation will continue nar seed money necessary to insure
sistant . . . to search for a cure for this crippling dis- the continuance of the outstanding
ease. educational and leadership opportu-
. . . an AOJJ alumna was provided funds nities provided to our own mem-
to replace possessions that were lost In addition to these efforts, the scope bers;
when her home was totally consumed by of the AOII Philanthropic Foundation is
fire and not covered by insurance . . . broad based, providing support to many • pledged special attention to the de-
of our program needs. The Board of Di- velopment of the Foundation En-
. . . AOII chapter advisers and regional rectors of the Foundation is actively iden- dowment Fund, so that the perpetu-
directors received special training in edu- tifying these needs and the concurrent ity of both the Foundation and its
cational sessions at Leadership Confer- sources of revenues to fund them. support of the fraternity will be for-
ences . . . ever insured;
To this end, the Foundation Board held
These are but three of the many chari- its annual meeting at Headquarters this • accepted responsibility of the De-
table and educational activities of the A l - past July. Among its actions, the Board: velopment Fund alumnae giving
program, to provide tax deductibili-
• renewed its commitment to arthritis ty to donors and to fund the pro-
research grants (last year, $30,000 jects mentioned (see accompanying
in grants were awarded); article with previous donor list).

Foundation awards Drummond Scholarship The umbrella approach to the Founda-
tion is an exciting one, and embraced by
The summer 1984 issue of To Dragma graduate at the University of California- the Board, which includes Barbara Hunt,
carried news of a memorial scholarship Berkeley. She was active in Panhellenic 4>A '60, President; Carolyn Harris, A E
fund established in honor of Past Interna- and campus activities as well. '41, Vice President; Eleanore MacCurdy,
tional President Mary Dee Drummond IA '59, Secretary; Marianne Carton, T
through the AOII Philanthropic Founda- Carol will enroll this fall at U S C work- '43, Treasurer; and Directors Jacque
tion. Mary Dee always maintained a spe- ing towards a master's degree in gerontol- Dinnwiddie, E A '43; Ginger Banks, I1K
cial interest in medical related fields and a ogy. Additionally, Carol will reside with 71; and Kay Sutherlin, 0 '60.
scholarship was earmarked for such an Nu Lambda chapter of AOII at U S C and
AOII recipient. work as a special chapter assistant for It is critical that the Foundation sup-
that collegiate chapter. port A L L of our philanthropic and educa-
The Board of Directors of the Founda- tional interests, including those which
tion is pleased to announce C a r o l Mary Dee would be pleased to know serve the world at large, and those which
Whitlatch, Sigma, as the recipient of the that this scholarsip in her honor goes to a support our own fraternity.
Mary Dee Drummond memorial scholar- young woman focusing her time and tal-
ship. Carol was both president and rush ents on both of Mary Dee's loves—medi- For, without the fraternity, there
chairman of her chapter while an under- cine and AOII. would be no philanthropy.

Alpha Omicron Pi: Now and Forever

It is important to know that the hard-earned dollars we choose to give of ourselves are wisely used.
It is important to know that they will have purpose today and lasting meaning in all of our tomorrows.
Giving to our fraternity is a tangible means of saluting our heritage.

Giving through our fraternity's Foundation provides you tax advantages in addition to the personal satisfaction of sharing the leg-
acy of your AOII experience.

Donations to the Development Fund, now a part of the AOII Philanthropic Foundation, provide dollars for today's projects such as
those discussed above.

Deferred giving through securities, life insurance, wills and bequests insures support of Alpha Omicron Pi forever.
The AOII Philanthropic Foundation now has available a six-page brochure entitled "Alpha Omicron Pi: Now and Forever," which
outlines these charitable options and discusses their benefits to you.
The brochure obligates you in no way. Send for it today.

AOII Philanthropic Foundation
3821 Cleghorn Avenue
Nashville, T N 37215


Development fuvfo

Something New Under the Sun

For Alpha Omicron Pi a very special program has just become unbe- combining our development programs and placing the emphasis under
lievably special! one "umbrella" opportunity, we believe it will be easier for alumnae to
understand where their gifts are going and to what purpose their con-
For a number of years the fraternity has depended on gifts to its tributions are being put.
annual Development Fund to fill gaps in the availability of operational
revenues. Contributors to the Development Fund have made important Of no less importance is that beginning immediately, gifts to the
impact on the direction, philosophy, and objectives of our fraternity Development Fund will be qualified as tax deductible under the provi-
through their generosity. sions of Internal Revenue Code regulation 501(c)(3). For those alumnae
considering Development Fund gifts of substantial size, this feature will
What started out as the dessert has become the main course I present important new opportunities.
Gifts to the Development Fund have been building on their value
and importance. You might be surprised to know what one gift, of Much like a photographer's camera, Alpha Omicron Pi is supported
fifty, or one hundred dollars or more can do. Not necessarily because by a "tripod" of alumnae giving. One leg is capital gifts for major pro-
of the size of the individual gift, but when those dollars are combined jects and endowment. Another leg is bequests and deferred or planned
with gifts from all our alumnae the net result is solid support for Alpha gifts, thus assuring continuity from one generation to the next. The
Omicron Pi. "living leg" of the tripod is the Development Fund, now being given
In large measure, revenues traditionally have come to AOII through new dimension and new life in support of current educational and lead-
pledge and initiation fees, council dues and operating fees. But there is ership programs of the fraternity with the added emphasis of tax
a limit to what can be expected from collegians! The difference between deductibility.
their dollars and the operational revenues required have to be met from
other sources. To do otherwise would result in Alpha Omicron Pi pric- Development Fund dollars are precious to Alpha Omicron Pi for
ing itself out of competition on campus after campus. It simply means several reasons:
greater levels of support are necessary from larger segments of our
membership in order for AOII to move forward. • gifts are immediately available with no waiting for investment
Alumnae giving is the most natural of the resources to boost that income to accrue or deferred plans to become a reality;
forward movement and to keep it moving in the proper direction.
• gifts are unrestricted, permitting AOII to channel dollars where
In recent years the Development Fund has attracted important dol- they are needed most, filling needs other funds just can't touch;
lars from an increasing number of alumnae and each year becomes
more an integral element in our ability to meet operational costs. • gifts become a barometer of alumnae interest and a measure of
the fraternity's worthiness of support.
There is something new—and very important—under the AOII sun!
In recent weeks decisions have been made which will bring the frater- The Development Fund is an important part of Alpha Omicron Pi's
nity's Development Fund program under the jurisdiction of our Philan- design on the future. It is a remarkable opportunity for all alumnae to
thropic Foundation. participate in shaping and influencing the future of our fraternity, now
and continually, assuring our heritage will be available to generations
Why is that so important to our alumnae? Chief among the features yet to come.
of this decision is the fact we have taken a giant step forward in reduc-
ing—if not eliminating entirely—much of the confusion which has There is something new under the sun in 1984!
existed about the various funds of the fraternity and foundation. By The Alpha Omicron Pi Development Fund. Our fraternity's path to
increased participation from the most natural of our resources: Alum-
nae! AOII benefits, and so do you!

Alpha Beta Debbie Ann Hernas Helen Boiler Clark Lucinda Lee Homko Filomio Margaret Yvonne Torgler Davis
Florida Atlantic Evelyn Maxine Krause Hickman Karen Lee Glendinning Givens Ruth Ellen Dexter
Lucille Ann Felice Susan Camille Wayenberg Hinz Marjorie Elizabeth Cole Barbara Adelaide Greene Frances Dodds
Adria Veleke Hubbard Anita Kellogg Gibson
Naylor Peggy Lenore Moss Ostrander Julie Ann Paugh Curd Hutchison Jane Mirick Abriel Jones
Suzanne Kay M. Peterson Bobbie Maxine McFee James Jean Marion Boggs Knight
Alpha Chi Carol Louise Garretson Redman Nancy Diehl Dear Katharine Louise Martin Edith Clement La Borde
Western Kentucky Susan Jane Daiger Schell Mary Katherine Mask Michael Dorothy Leila Hallin Miller
Rachel Smith Allen Jngrid Marie Solberg Etta Verna Haynes Dobbin Virgie Dolores Melton Pafford Luola Benge Rehfeld
Juanita Lynn Overhults Brown Mildred Mary Hunt Vatnsdal Sara Ann Parise Ridolph Jean Alice Carkin Sanesi
Susan Spieser Choate Alpha Kappa Mary Danielson Drummond Debra Diane Taylor
Karen Jeanne Miley Espenlaub North Alabama Alpha Rho Mary Ellen Contreras
Judith Elaine Kane Gale Carol Marie Kruse Austin Mary Ursula Egan Oregon St.
Wennifer Lynn Knowles Mary Louise Barnes-Ogle Natalie Louise Essig Cantrell Vaillancourt
Laura Ellen Phillips Mary Faith Tinsley Deaton Karen Lee Olson Egged Carol Joyce Clark
Karen Jean Fiddelke Towell Amy Susan Foster Jeannetta Rice Hewitt Alpha Tau
Dana Lynn Troup Linda Hyde Laurie Galle-Green Molly Carolyn Taylor Jackson Denison
Georgena Pettingel Samson Mary Virginia Lay Barhoover
Virginia Sheriff McCoy Good Lucy Virginia Bell
Knapp Helen Grace Lay cock Casper
Katherine Teresa Kane Helppie Helen Knips Alice Shizue Kurohara Fujimoto
Veroka Wampler Morrison Josephine Arthur Hedges
Laurie Hermansen Shelley Kay Shirley Nuss Gail Ann Hawk Horvath
Wendolyn Thea Hongo Peace Dorothy Elma Hartshorn
Beverly Elise Vatcher Koppang Geneva Hale Quigley
Anne Reid Steele Kortepeter
Mary Blake Lodge Kimra Kay Warren Irma Grace Hudson Morrow
Bonnie Gayle Wyland Barbara Mae Robertson
Erlene Marie Biggs Mazuranich Ethel Rodgers Yantis Natalie Elizabeth Cowan Scharre
Margaret Lucille Vanhorn
Alpha Delta Mary Joan Huxley McCune Alpha Sigma
Alabama Oregon Stearns
Cheryl Mayo Duncan Brantly Nancy Ruth Stenson Moore Joanne Maxfield Anderson Mildred Hull Sweeder
Alyce Leigh Cobb Patricia McKenna Beard Mary Edith Myers Taylor
Dorothy Page Farmer Frey Janice Lynn McReynolds Grace Orid Campbell Morphey Ruth Crary Holmes Boling Jane Hastings Scully Taylor
Dorothy Joan Gardner Gambill Marjorie Lois Jump Walker
Gail Ann Wagenecht Lowe Alpha Omicron Janice Mayfield Ozimek Wilda Grace Wiest Webster
Judy Burks Moore Mathis Louisiana St.
Carol Ann Ross McCord Margaret Bres Abshire Mary Francesco Palffy
Mary Carol Baxley Morgan Marian Melanson Baker
Carla Jana Oliver Peacock Bonnie Marie Dunlap Amy Pound
Virginia Joy Lewis Rhea Mary Elizabeth O'Connor
Shelley Bennett Duncan Charlotte Benson Scarlett
Schneider Irma Marie Louise Kenney Alpha Pi
Moira Elizabeth Judas Smith Florida St.
Gilmer Audrey Rita Prowse Leddy
Alpha Gamma Nancy Ellen Hollenbeck
Washington St. Baker
Sandra Gee Edwards Mouliere Ann M. McKenzie Clement
Judy Stein Falk Cynthia Kay D. Smith Patricia Kay Donaldson Cox
Angela Amelia Griley Creed
Alpha Phi Chilcote Joyce Ann Hix Dannecker
Montana St. Helen Morris L. Davis
Blanche E. Franklin Mary Eloise Davis
Julia Kennon Dunn

Alpha Theta Ketelsen Amy Lyme Kassinger Jordan Mary Jane Barnes Beardsell Wahnita De Long Marguerite C. Crawford Lloyd
Coe Noonan Anne Elizabeth Smith Kirkwood Barbara Ann Ernst Bruening Teena Louise Luhrsen Driggers Barbara Jean Serpa MacArio
Maureen Ann Obrine Ruth Harpole Mueller Marjorie Julia Pease Burke Margaret Korff Kinkel Barbara Jean Halvorsen O. Brien
Deborah Anne Smith Amelita Colangelo Cecil Hovda Klamer Joyce Ella Osborn
Kleymeyer Marcia Lynette Bond Evans Mabel Snyder Landis Rosemary Sater
Beta Chi Jane Ann Barr Kohr Jane Anna Flynn Sharon Ann Miller Irene Rose Woodworth
Kentucky Wesleyan Jeanice Marian Bartling Lewis Alice Helene Foote Gwynn Debra Sue Price Moore
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Kathy Diana Dix Iota Sigma Ohio Northern archivist and her assistant.
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Frances Kathryn Schnitzer Pamela Ann Allen Marilyn Joanne Dixon Haugen Jean Elizabeth Taylor Furrow
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Delight Frederick Bennett Last year, extension efforts produced two chapter Matthews Upsilon Alpha
Eva Helen Packard Blaschke installations and three additional colonies preparing Mary Elizabeth Light Meyer Arizona
Shirley Ann Jumper Boberg for installation. Adele Zita Deckert White Mary Arline Ebert
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Noreen Curtis Higgins Stoner Jean May Leland Smith Martha Juanice Dorothy Ann Wedge Lynne Ann Johnson
Mildred"Ewing Taylor Leslee Elizabeth Helen Nona Bergin Kampfe
Traude Maria Kriz Valachi Tau Theta Psi Alice Joanne Wenzlaff Knapp
Minnesota McBride Toledo Jane Virginia Kessler Kurtiss
Dorothy Good Anderson Lois Elizabeth Zeigler Billig Ellen Ada Srb Markytan
Sigma Chi Helen Marie Bachtold Theta Amy Fadel Bryan June Florence Wilson Marron
Hartwick Julia Maxine Morse Blackmer DePauw Nancy Jane Cole Irma Clarice Mattingly
Donna Jean Balkoff Donna Eileen Baty Butche Marianna Hahl Beers Dorothy Ann Leive Eberle Kathryn Alma Carver McKee
Maureen Frances Riley Dobert Virginia Grace Swift Chamberlin Sherry Elizabeth Keaton Brennan Sharon Kaczala Fickel Diana Lee Rasmussen Meiches
Karin E. Fomander Helen Marie Turnstrand Sheila Gladys Tourtilot Burris Gwen Petersen Geis Bertha Jane Carr Miller
Christine Okula Franke Ruth Isabel Myer Campbell Deborah Denise Motil Kelleher Dorothy Abbott Petersen
Katherine L. Hill Erickson Katherine Elizabeth Davis Carter Ruth Lee Leichtamer Connie Lee Hoy Spellman
Leslie Maxson Lafferandre Stellamae Hart Eriksen Louise Hauck Clothier Anna Markley Lucile Margaret Hendricks
Joanne Lyn Pedersen Charlotte Prescott Evans Annamargaret Chapman Clutter Karen Rose Perry Mohr
Ann Timmons Diane Gray Martin Ewald Helen Laverne Woolford Coffin Spencer
Virginia Ann Witter Marian Mann Falkenhagen Lenore Alice Johnson Coon Faye Curry Stannard
Harriet Howard Gano Lucille Reynolds Dallas Diane Matson Trifiro
Jane Dixon Cracraft Ganyo Dorothy May Dempster Shirley Lou McPeck Walker
Elna May E. Thurston Hansen Anna McCurty Jones Evans Laura Agnes Scherff Waters
Edna Klutts Farber
Sigma Delta Jones Zeta Psi
Huntingdon East Carolina
Georgia Kay Cook Barbara Adair Floyd Moore
Audrey Kay Gomillion Cherlyn Evonne Shepard


(continued from page 7) and engage in personal development op- touch with their presentation of some de-
portunities. serving and very humorous awards.
The region honored immediate past
RVP Mary Williams, who has accepted a •- Alumnae Chapter Certificates of
position on the AOII Executive Board Achievement were received by Omaha,
with a $400 contribution to the Head- Leadership Conferences are a time to review Greater Kansas City and St. Louis. The
quarters Mortgage Retirement Fund. fraternity policies and procedures. Collegiate Chapter Improvement Award
went to Iota Sigma while Omaha re-
There was a lot of enthusiasm during Spotlighting the opening business ses- ceived the Alumnae Chapter Improve-
the three-day conference. The T T T Band, sion was the regional slide show entitled ment Award. Phi Sigma and Zeta tied for
made up of regional officers and direc- "Toward Tomorrow in Sisterhood." Fea- the Scholarship Award with a 3.13. To-
tors, presented the region with a new turing Region V chapters the slide show peka was recognized for their Outstand-
song, "AOII." A Friday evening fashion depicts AOII sisterhood throughout the ing Support of a Nearby Collegiate Chap-
show of rush costumes, too, was a hit collegiate years and over the many paths ter while St. Louis received the award for
with delegates. life takes as an alum. Regional officer re- Support at a Distance.
ports highlighted their activities of the
The region was treated to a Derby Par- past year and focused on plans for the fu- Julie Spotts, Theta Chi, and Mari Cole,
ty at the "Red Barn" on the UL campus to ture. Executive Board Director Barb Hunt Delta Pi, were presented Collegiate Lead-
add to the spirited start of the conference. and her Emporium models added to the ership Awards. The Alumnae Service
gaiety and everyone had an opportunity Award went to Pam Hill, Omaha; Linda
International Scholarship Chairman to get into the act with an Emporium Hines, Kansas City, and Linda Lierman,
Marilyn Faris and International Parlia- item raffle. Regional Director Carol St. Louis. Cindy Dumler was recognized
mentarian Ingrid Schulz joined delegates Swanson made sure no sister was a as Outstanding Chapter Adviser for guid-
from 15 collegiate chapters, six corpora- stranger with her "getting to know all ing Zeta chapter in meeting problems
tions and 11 alumnae chapters at the June about you" activities. "Consider yourself "head on" and guiding members to do
meeting. part of our family" could describe the their best and keep right on going.
welcome given to special guest Barb Hunt
Angela Schieman, Alpha Chi, received and Becky Weinberg, Leadership confer- Zeta chapter was recognized for doing
the Collegiate Leadership Award. The ence chairman. their best to exemplify chapter unity,
Alumna Service Award went to Rachel spirit, AOII sisterhood and overall excel-
Allen, Alpha Chi. The evening's festivities were capped lence in chapter programming by being
when our own special Past International named recipient of the Alpha Award for
Delta Omega earned the Most Im- President, Jessie Marie Cramer, gathered Collegiate Chapter Excellence.
proved Collegiate Chapter while the everyone around her to reminisce and an-
Chicago North Shore Alumnae Chapter swer questions. As she prepared to wrap Highlighting the evening was the offi-
received the Most Improved Chapter up her storytelling, strains of "Happy cial announcement by Jessie Marie
honor. Birthday" were heard and Jessie Marie Cramer of the Perry Award winner,
found herself guest of honor at her sur- Tami Leise, of Zeta.
Outstanding programming awards prise party.
were awarded to a number of chapters: -
Beta Lambda, pledge program; C h i Chapter awards presented by regional
Lambda, scholarship program; Iota, officers and directors served as incentive Executive Board Member Melanie Doyle, fore-
chapter relations program; Beta Phi, rush for chapters to increase their potential. ground, helped present awards to Sue Daiger
planning program. Certificate of Honor Awards were re- Schell, Alpha Gamma, Washington State, left,
ceived for the following: for her efforts as financial adviser and corpo-
Sigma Iota earned recognition for the ration treasurer for Alpha Gamma, and to
greatest scholastic improvement. The Outstanding Collegiate Chapter Treas- Elaine Whitney, Beta Rho, University of Mon-
award for the Outstanding Alumnae urer—Edith Owings, Delta Pi; Outstand- tana, the collegiate leadership awardee, during
Membership Program was given to Ev- ing Collegiate Chapter Corporation— Region VI's Rose Banquet.
ansville Tri-State. Collegiate chapters Pi Delta Pi; Outstanding Alumnae Advisory
Alpha, Chi Lambda, Alpha Chi, Kappa Committee—Zeta.
Kappa and Beta Lambda earned recogni-
tion for ranking first on their campuses in The excitement of the Rose Banquet
scholarship. was matched by the vibrant personality
of R E O Peggy Kelley who served as
Region V toastmistress. Barb Hunt captured the at-
tention of all with her special message
Under the capable leadership of Chris and Zeta collegians added a light-hearted
Carlson, conference chairman, the Ne-
braska Center for Continuing Education,
Lincoln, served as the rally point for
Region V's Leadership Conference June

Ginny Struble, RVP, challenged parti-
cipants to discover a very special treas-
ure—the magic of our AOII sisterhood—
setting the stage for a weekend of lively
discussions, exciting awards, new and re-
newed friendships and productive idea

Unlike some meetings where you sit
back and listen, both collegians and
alums joined together to discuss and for-
mulate regional goals and objectives, ex-
plore new ideas for chapter program-
ming, gain additional leadership skills


Region VI t Region VIII

Region V I broke from tradition this I Region VIII collegians and alumnae
year and selected spring break for its Upsilon members from the University of started their journey "Toward Tomorrow
Leadership Conference. Members gath- Washington shared with delegates to Region Together" from the Sigma chapter house
ered at Upsilon's chapter house at the VI's Leadership Conference the secrets to pro- at Berkeley, Calif.
University of Washington March 23-25. ducing "Camp AOII."
Janis Nelson, conference chairman,
Conference Chairman Nora O'Neill Region VII and her committee had a very smooth
McDonald and Upsilon members wel- meeting planned.
comed delegates to "Camp AOII," con- Pi Kappa Corporation and the Austin
ducted tours of the campus and then Alumnae Chapter were the hosts for the The Rose Banquet was held at the
rushed their delegates at their "Camp Region VII Leadership Conference held in Berkeley Marina Marriott Inn. Peg Craw-
AOLT' rush party. They developed the Austin, Texas, June 8-10. More than 60 ford, the Executive Board guest, gave an
rush party with a workshop to discuss sisters enjoyed a weekend of work and inspiring dinner speech urging members
the developing of the theme from its in- play. Friday night of the conference in- "Toward Tomorrow Together."
ception to presentation. This included cluded a "real" Texas Barbeque on the
budgeting, clothing, props, skits, food University of Texas campus. Highlighting the banquet were the
and how it met their competition. awards presentations. Alumnae Chapter
Ginger Banks, International President, Certificates of Achievement were award-
AOII session leaders were joined by led the ritual workshop. The Rose Ban- ed to eight chapters—East Bay, San Jose,
two guest speakers: K a y Stenschoel quet which topped off the weekend was Ventura County, Southern Orange
spoke on alcohol awareness and praised held at the Capitol Club in downtown County, Northern Orange County, Phoe-
AOII for its excellent policy; Kim Austin. nix, Denver, and San Diego.
Lampson addressed anorexia-nervosa and
bulimia. (Kim contributed much of the Award winners were Lambda Tau, Chapter awards from the region went
material that is found in the Collegiate highest percentage of initiates of chapter to the Phoenix Alumnae Chapter for
Advisers' Manual.) The expertise and ex- pledging quota; Kappa Tau, outstanding membership recruitment and San Jose
perience of these two women provided chapter and rush excellence; Delta Theta, Alumnae Chapter for its philanthropic
stimulating sessions and gave added em- highest G P A ; Lambda Tau, most im- program. Also, Sigma Phi was recog-
phasis to the subjects. proved chapter; Sigma Omicron, finan- nized as the chapter with the most im-
cial responsibility; Hammond Alumnae proved scholarship.
Former RVP, Alverna Swan, chaired Chapter and Kappa Tau, philanthropy;
the Rose Banquet at the University Tow- New Orleans Alumnae Chapter, mem- Rush related awards were presented to
ers Hotel. Director Melanie Doyle, bership recruitment and most improved Lambda Beta, for rush improvement, and
brought the message from the Executive alumnae chapter; and, Sigma Omicron, to Sigma Phi, for maintaining quota/
Board to the 96 collegians and alumnae Panhellenic award. total.
attending the banquet. She joined with
the regional officers in presenting the Dallas and Jonesboro Alumnae Chap- Most Improved Collegiate Chapter
awards. ters won the outstanding alumnae chap- honors were given to Chi Alpha chapter.
ter award. Dorothy Robinson, Kappa In the alumnae category, the honor went
Officers re-elected for the next bienni- Tau, received the Alumnae Leadership to the Phoenix chapter.
um are: regional vice president, Audrey Award. Ann Marie Blaize, Kappa Tau,
Humason; regional finance officer, Pam received the Collegiate Leadership The Alumna Service Award was given
Howard, and regional rush officer, Ann Award. Certificates of achievement were to Sue Holtkamp, Omega, San Diego
Casale. Newly elected to the regional ex- awarded to Hammond, Little Rock, Dal- Alumnae Chapter treasurer and interna-
tension officer position is Christine las, Austin, Jonesboro, and NW Arkan- tional alumnae membership chairman.
Shannon. sas Alumnae Chapters.
Leslie Friedberg, Nu Lambda rush
Beta Sigma received the Most Im- Re-elected to regional positions were: chairman, earned the Collegiate Leader-
proved Collegiate Chapter Award. The Barbara Kramer, Beta Phi, as regional ship Award.
Collegiate Leadership Award went to vice president; Gloria Rowland, Pi Kap-
Elaine Whitney, Beta Rho, while the pa, as regional extension officer; Pamela Phoenix Alumnae President Judy Bourassa ac-
Alumnae Service Award was given to de Zevallos, Nu Omicron, as regional fi- cepted the Outstanding Alumnae Chapter
Elizabeth Corbett, Portland, and Sue nance officer; and, Jennifer Macey, Theta Award for Region VIII.
Schell, Pullman. Omega, as regional rush officer.

Mary Jane Griffanti, Alpha Phi, re-
ceived the Outstanding Chapter Adviser
Award for the second time.

Four collegiate chapters were honored
for earning first place on their campuses
for scholarship: Alpha Phi, Alpha Sigma,
Beta Rho and Upsilon.

Alpha Gamma Corporation earned an
Outstanding Corporation Board recogni-
tion while Sue Schell, Alpha Gamma,
was honored as Outstanding Financial

Cindy Christopherson, Beta Rho,
earned recognition for her alumnae serv-
ice, and Kimberly Anderson, Alpha Phi,
and Lisa Ludvig, Alpha Gamma, for
service to their collegiate chapter.


Collegiate Chapter Commentaries

ALPHA CHI Kathy Egan as an outstanding freshman. rector for the Homecoming Sweetheart
To top off all of this, at the Region V Pageant, Carla George and Mary Ann
Western Kentucky U. Leadership Conference in Lincoln, Neb., George were chosen to be assistant direc-
the chapter was named the Most Im- tors for publicity, and Angie Lawing was
The Alpha Chis at Western Kentucky proved Chapter. What a way to end the chosen assistant director for honored
University parted after a successful spring year! guests.
semester to reunite for an award winning
summer. Now, we have our sights set on a ter- Five AOIIs from Gamma Omicron at-
rific new school year. Thanks to our gen- tended the Southeastern Panhellenic Con-
At the 1984 Leadership Conference for erous corporation board, the house is be- ference (SEPC). They stayed with sisters
the Region IV, Alpha Chis were proud to ing redecorated, reported Kathy Egan. of the AOII chapter at the University of
share in the friendship bonds of AOII We are all looking forward to a success- Georgia. Because of a presentation by Re-
while shinning individually. Advisers and ful rush, a fun-filled Homecoming, many nee Hoffner, UF's Panhellenic president
collegians were awarded top honors for social functions, and attending football and an AOII, SEPC will be held at the
the chapter. Rachel Allen was named out- games to see the Iowa State Marching University of Florida in 1985.
standing chapter adviser for the region, Band led by AOII Diane Gebel. It looks
and Angie Schieman received the Colle- like the start of another great year! Mariel Jones, Panhellenic awards
giate Leadership Award. chairman, is in the process of initiating
up* the "Florida High School Leadership
The excitement of a successful spring Award." This award will be given to ac-
semester must have spilled over into the tive high school leaders planning to enter
summer. The school year ended with A l - the University of Florida. The purpose of
pha Chi placing in several events during this award is to encourage involvement
Greek Week. All sisters were honored at and leadership at the University of Flori-
the Awards Banquet when Susan Albert, da and in the Panhellenic system.
Alpha Chi chapter president, was named
the Outstanding Greek Woman on All the sisters and pledges prepare for a
campus. fabulous fall rush. Beth Adams, Carla
George and Mary Ann George participat-
In the line of scholarship, Julie Dusseau ed as rush Counselors, while rush chair-
and Tracy Mattingly were elected into man Maria Conover and Mariele Jones
the Greek Honorary Society, Order of prepared a rush report which consists of
Omega. 69 pages of party plans for each party,
rotation diagrams and much more.
In less formal events one could find the
Alpha Chis at a picnic where each AOII Fall 1984 rush was a challenging one
invited a friend for dinner. indeed, as Gamma Omicron changed its
third round party theme to an "AOII
The chapter is proud of the accom- Chorus Line," a production which has
plishments of two sisters: Jennifer Wil- been successfully used by other chapters
liamson, a new W K U cheerleader, and in the region and performed last summer
Becky Johnson, who was accepted into at Convention.
Emory Law School, reported Tracy
Mattingly. KAPPA PI
Ohio Northern
IOTA SIGMA Susan Albert, Alpha Chi's president, has been
Iowa State U . named Outstanding Greek Woman on the The last few weeks of school at Ohio
Western Kentucky University campus. Northern have brought warmer weather
The Iota Sigma chapter at Iowa State as well as an increase of energy and new
University had a very hectic and exciting GAMMA OMICRON ideas to the Kappa Pi chapter.
second semester last year. In late March, U. of Florida
members were able, with the help of the The senior class was welcomed by the
men of Pi Kappa Alpha, to capture a first Although most students at the Univer- Columbus Alumnae Chapter as new
place trophy during the Greek Week sity of Florida were home for the sum- alumnae on May 7. The annual senior
Olympic festivities. mer, that didn't stop Gamma Omicron banquet was held the following week,
from working diligently to prepare for a highlighted by senior wills and awards.
Hard work, combined with that of the fabulous fall semester for both the uni-
Alpha Tau Omega men, payed off with versity and AOII. The annual Panhellenic/IFC Banquet
yet another first place win in the small also was a great success. Attending the
float division of the annual campus Kim Ventre and Amy Miller welcomed event from the chapter were Panhellenic
Veisha celebration in late April. AOII freshman students during Preview '84, a Delegate Brenda Zupp and our very own
"jocks" displayed their superior skills as freshman orientation program. Susanne Pettit, the president of Panhel,
ballplayers by turning out a fantastic sec- who helped to organize the evening.
ond place finish in the annual T K E soft- Several sisters were chosen to assist in
ball tournament. the planning of UF's Homecoming cele- Several other sisters also revealed indi-
bration, the nation's largest student-pro- vidual talents. Shawne Geyer was
The chapter also was thrilled to win an duced event which takes place every Oc- awarded the most outstanding first-year
award for the most outstanding pledge tober on the UF campus. Mariele Jones pharmacy student at Ohio Northern,
program on campus at the Greek Awards was chosen director for the Alumni Bar- while Jill Painter was chosen as the flag
Banquet in April. Among other awards becue, Sue Senft was picked assistant di- captain for the 1984-85 season. Others
received by AOIIs at the banquet were
Sue O'Neal as an outstanding senior and


participated in an intramural Softball we made the most of it and held an Un- In the midst of everything else that
team. Bike Bowl party and sisterhood night, re- went on this past summer, Sigmas were
ported Jennifer Evans. busy planning and preparing for rush '84.
Many events are awaiting us this sum- The enthusiasm for this year's rush did
mer. The AOIIs were involved in volun- Summer school, jobs, and vacations not faulter whatsoever, and members ex-
teer w o r k at the Ronald M c D o n a l d fill the summer for most Phi Sigs, but pect rush '84 to be one of the most suc-
House in Columbus one weekend in June. they took a break July 14 and 15, f o r cessful ever!
Great Escape. A l l collegiate members of
The Parent's Club, headed by Bill and fraternities and sororities return to KSC NU BETA
Blanche Burns, helped the chapter raise for a weekend full of rush workshops,
money by having a yard sale the first house cleaning, and seeing friends. U . of Mississippi
week of August. They also remodeled the
chapter's attic into a study room and did "We checked all our rush outfits, Ten sorority and eighteen fraternity
general repair work to the house, added video-taped our skits, and went over last presidents were held at gunpoint last
Sandee Burns, chapter President. minute details so everything was ready in spring at the A O I I Alcatraz. Each presi-
August. To top it all off we had a barbe- dent was held captive until his or her
The AOIIs of Kappa Pi returned a few cue to catch up on everything that has group members could be persuaded to
days early in order to attend a rush-chap- happened over the summer and to get ex- pay $15 ransom.
ter relations workshop which enabled the cited for a great fall," Jennifer added.
sisters to practice skills needed for fall Hostages lucky enough to have mem-
rush. The workshop also provided the SIGMA bers anxious for active meeting were
women with the chance to rekindle sister- bailed out right away. The others stayed
ly spirits and rejuvenate the close bond of U . of California-Berkeley a while longer and had dinner with the
the chapter, reported Cheryl D. Mumma. Pis. Eventually all the presidents were
The highlight of the summer at Sigma's rescued and Richard Smith, an Oxford
PHI SIGMA chapter house was the Regional Leader- teenager in need of a liver transplant, re-
Kearney State ship Conference. For a weekend AOIIs ceived the ransom collected by the AOIIs.
from all over Region VIII gathered and
The spring semester ended in a flurry exchanged ideas. Later in the semester the Ole Miss base-
for the Phi Sigma chapter at Kearney ball team joined AOIIs for dinner. Our
State. Rose Formal, held in York, Neb., Sigma chapter w i l l be able to house an two bat girls extended the invitation, the
was a fun-filled evening with Stacey additional 10 women since its corpora- team accepted, and we all had a great
Mowrey named Girl of AOII. Everyone tion purchased a house next to the main time, reported Leigh Lowry. Another vis-
always enjoys dressing up and dancing chapter house. It's a quaint old wooden itor to the AOII house was Lucy Sommer-
the night away. house that needs quite a bit of work done ville Howorth, Kappa '12, Randolph-Ma-
on it, but by August when everyone re- con. Our president, Donna Brown, and
In other activities the Bike Bowl team's turned for rush, it was ready to live in. some other N u Betas enjoyed meeting
efforts were unused as Bike Bowl '84 was Everyone's excited about getting this and having dinner with this distinguished
cancelled due to the weather. But with f i - house because it w i l l help us to be able to AOII who played an important part in
nals week and graduation approaching, expand our chapter and to make it easier the beginning of our chapter.
for more women to get involved in AOII
activities, explained Christina Hollister. Despite a busy schedule several women
managed to claim top honors at Ole
fima Miss. Andrea Mobley was chosen little
sister pledge of the year of Phi Kappa
• Tau fraternity. Mollie Slaughter and
Dawn Bump were honored as little sisters
I; of the year of Alpha Tau Omega and Chi
Psi fraternities. Dawn was also elected to
•I! the Student Alumni Council Board of D i -
rectors. Two accomplished pianists of Nu
• Beta, Jerri Lamar Bradley and Ginger
Richardson, were awarded Brown Ellis
Lucy Somerville Howorth, former member of the Mississippi House of Representatives and a Scholarships.
Kappa '12, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, recently visited with members of Nu Beta chapter,
University of Mississippi, when she was on campus to receive a citation from the university's Rush preparations began early in the
School of Law. Pictured with her are, left to right, Laura Arnold, Mary Jo Hutches, Donna Brown, spring.
Dawn Bump and Kathi Richardson.
The AOIIs of N u Beta chapter were ex-
cited about fall rush! They worked hard
all semester getting prepared. Several
workshops were held to make name tags,
practice the skit, and polish conversation
skills. During two rush weekends rushees
stayed at the house and got acquainted
with Ole Miss and more importantly, the
AOIIs. Members had a lot of fun going to
parties, bowling, and watching all night
movies on a VCR—rented for the

A l l these activities and others gave us a
head start on rush because we already
know several rushees and they are al-
ready familiar with AOII, Leigh added.


DELTA DELTA A O I I Administrative Director Sue Lew- Susan has a 3.3 GPA and has made the
is was guest speaker f o r the annual Greek Dean's List for the School of Arts and
Auburn U. Convocation at A u b u r n . Her speech per- Sciences two quarters. She was a member
tained to the need for deeper scholarship of Kadettes and worked for the Auburn
"Friday the 13th" was the first spring awareness and the importance of aca- Plainsman her sophomore-junior year.
fund raiser that was co-sponsored with demics to the future as well as in one's
the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. It seemed as college career. She was given a standing Susan is f r o m Huntsville, Alabama.
if every week brought softball games, ovation by more than 500 sorority mem- Her sister and mother (Mary Lynn
basketball games, bowling and socials, bers. McDonald-'56) were also Delta Deltas.
and every weekend brought lawn socials During the summer she w i l l be studying
and parties. The chapter captured first Susan Goodwin has been elected Pan- in O x f o r d , England. Her career plans are
place overall in the sports competition. hellenic president for 1984. Susan is a to graduate in 1985 and hopefully work
The $500 award was used to purchase a junior in public relations—journalism in government public relations.
much needed photocopying machine for and a member of Delta Delta chapter
the chapter. where she has served as public relations Panhellenic consist of 17 sororities.
chairman and parliamentarian. She They sponsor Step-Sing, Greek Week
Tracy Howard was named Miss Greek served as vice-president of Panhellenic and hold a two-day forum of workshops
Week at the Greek Week Beauty Pageant. for 1983, is a War Eagle Girl (official for Greek women each winter. The work-
hostess f o r the university), member of shops are conducted by various sorority
Road Trip was next on the agenda. A Mortar Board, secretary for Omicron alumnae and officers and pertain to all
house party was held in Panama City, Delta Kappa, member of Talons (Junior aspects of Greek life. It holds a Greek
Fla., and was certainly worth the trip. Honorary), and member of Order of convocation for all Greek women each
We returned home to work hard on our Omega (Greek Honorary). spring.
next fund raiser held with the Pi Kappa
Alphas, added Kim Giles. Rush is held each fall in which approxi-
mately 750 women are pledged each year.
Auburn AOII earns new title Panhellenic has a very successful rush
counselor program, rush chairman pro-
Delta Delta chapter of Auburn Univer- 4 gram, Junior Panhellenic and relations
sity is at it again. Senior sister Donna with IFC. Panhellenic Council meetings
Guckian was recently selected as Angel » are held twice a month and a Presidents'
Flight and Arnold A i r Society National meeting, once a month. There are 15 var-
Little General. Donna Guckian, Delta Delta, Auburn, was se- ious committees in Panhellenic—all
lected as the Most Outstanding Greek Woman chaired by members of Panhellenic,
Donna will spend the next year travel- on Campus. She also will be the national rep- added Kim Giles.
ing around the United States as the or- resentative of Arnold Air Society during the
ganization's official hostess and national next year. PHI
representative. Angel Flight is an auxilia-
ry organization to A i r Force ROTC that Within Delta Delta Donna has held the U . of Kansas
learns about the country's defense with- offices of activities chairman, chaplain,
out military obligation. and assistant rush chairman. She also has The beginning of a new school year al-
distinguished herself as scholarship ways brings anticipation for what's
The position of Little General is select- pledge, model big sister, and most out- ahead: classes, new friends and old, and
ed on the basis of academic achievement, standing junior. Donna plans to obtain a general feeling of starting anew.
extracurricular activities, Angel Flight ac- her masters. She hopes to work in the
tivities, letters of recommendation, and field of public relations for a major cor- For Phi chapter at the University of
an interview. Donna was selected on the poration or a political candidate. She is Kansas, the women not only shared their
regional level as the Little Colonel for A l - looking forward to an exciting year of anticipation and enthusiasm but also
abama, Georgia, Mississippi, and South travel as the Little General and she hopes their memories of the end of last year and
Carolina. She then flew to Tucson, A r i - to meet other A O I I "Angels" all across the summer. Last M a y , during finals, Phi
zona where she competed with 13 others the nation. chapter was honored to host the entire
for the title. Executive Board of Alpha Omicron Pi at
the dedication of its newly completed so-
Donna began her tenure in Washing- rority house. Invitations to the event
ton, D . C . , where among other duties she were extended to all alumnae, campus
will visit the White House, host a social groups, and guests of Phi members. Dur-
function for the Joint Chief of Staffs, and ing the dedication ceremony, in which In-
attend a reception given by Barry Gold- ternational President Ginger Banks
water. Throughout the year she w i l l be spoke, awards and recognition were giv-
traveling across the country as an advis- en to those who had especially helped in
er, a liaison, and the official hostess. making the house a reality. Afterward,
there was a tea for all who attended, and
Although her Angel Flight obligations an open house, at which house tours
are very demanding, Donna is also very were conducted. To the women of Phi,
active on Auburn University's campus the entire day was a success and will be
and she was named "The Most Out- remembered for a long time to come.
standing Greek Woman on Auburn's
Campus." Summer often means separation for so-
r o r i t y sisters, but a closeness still re-
She was an active member of Mortar mains. Phi chapter, prides itself on this
Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, serves as closeness, even over the summer. This
the captain of the dance team, and dorm summer, women who lived close enough
president. She has participated in Student got together and went out, while those
Government, the University Programs
Council, and Auburn theatrical produc-


too far apart either wrote or called each UPSILON be expected of young women" to Epsilon
to see how things were going. U . of Washington Alpha chapter. It was based on scholar-
ship, leadership, and overall involvement
After a big reunion in August, the Summer quarter in Seattle found the with the university.
women of Phi had a lot of work to do. AOIIs working and some attending sum-
Preparing for rush was the main concern. mer courses at the University of Wash- Scholarship was determined by review
There are also philanthropies and parties ington. Five women were lucky enough of school records for achievement in 1983
to get ready for (not to mention school- to be able to spend their summer break in and overall improvement f r o m 1982 to
work!), added Sue Johnson. Europe. 1983. Leadership involved a list of all of
the outside activities that the current
LAMBDA BETA Upsilon had many exciting rush work- members participated in from the winter
Cal. State-Long Beach shops and parties summer quarter to pre- of 1982 to the winter of 1983. A list of all
pare for fall. These were headed by Anita of the chapter's activities was compiled
The women of Lambda Beta chapter of Braaten who is party rush chairman. The for this last category. The percentage of
A O I I ended spring 1984 with a bang at its chapter is excited for rush, to develop its participating members, an estimate of
annual Rose Ball formal. Camp AOII party theme along w i t h a '50s hours each contributed, and the total
theme and the elaborate garden party in time the chapter spent working on phil-
The formal was held at the glamorous white. Summer quarter also found the anthropies had to be included.
Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. The night Upsilon Corporation board, headed by
was filled w i t h music and dancing. A spe- Kennita Balarezo, making home im- Other activities, such as intramurals,
cial thanks should go to all of the seniors provements on the chapter house. were listed, along with how the team
who organized the formal, added Jodi placed. Those who contributed their time
Masumoto. Therese McKee, a former Upsilon and effort to their academics, leadership,
chapter president, is spending a year as a and activities include the winter, spring
AOIIs had f u n sharing a day at the chapter consultant. term, and fall semester sisters, before
ballpark with their dads. Dads and Dec. 23, 1983.
daughters cheered the California Angels EPSILON ALPHA
to victory. Penn. State U . Beginning the week of A p r i l 9, PSU
held its annual Greek Week activities.
During the summer, Lambda Beta kept The Panhellenic Council of the Penn- AOII in conjunction with Sigma Chi fra-
busy with many rush workshops. The sylvania State University, has given the ternities won the overall competition!
workshops are not only of absolute value Outstanding Chapter A w a r d , which is Greek Week consisted of fraternities
in obtaining new members, but they are presented to one of the nineteen sororities teaming up with sororities and competing
also of value in keeping the chapter close that exhibits "the finest qualities that can against each other in skits, chariot races,
together over the summer, Jodi added. Greek games, and carnival booths.

AOII Administrative Director Sue Lewis presented a check for $30,000 AOII contribution will be applied to Arthritis Foundation research fel-
for arthritis research to Mickey Gilley, celebrity host of the Third lowships awarded to: Dr. Eric Gershwin, University of California,
Annual Arthritis Telethon held last April in Nashville, T N . This year's Davis; Dr. George Moxley, Medical College, Virginia; Jerold G . Wood-
Telethon was carried in 54 T V markets with a potential viewing audience ward, Ph.D., University of Southern California.
of 45 million households. A total of $2,201,645 was raised. The 1984

PHI OMICRON Martha Lutz, a senior mathematics and Ger- Maryland in College Park and a member
Hanover College man major at Phi Omicron chapter, Hanover, of Kalegethos, received the Society's
has won a Fulbright scholarship to study award for scholarship presented to the
The Phi Omicron chapter at Hanover mathematics at the University of Hamburg, most scholastically outstanding member
College was very busy "Stepping Out" West Germany, this year. of all fraternities and sororities in the
with style during the four week spring Greek system at the University of Mary-
term. grade point average for the preceding land during the fall semester of 1983.
quarter—for 12 consecutive quarters!
AOII and Phi Omicron are not content A n animal science major in the College
just to be "Stepping O u t " in the United There were many activities planned for of Agriculture, Bonnie is on the Dean's
States, Canada and Hanover College. the AOIIs to keep them busy during List and is a member of Alpha Zeta, the
Kate Ronald, a sophomore, w i l l be spring quarter. The annual Sadie Haw- national professional agricultural frater-
spending her junior year in France. Kelly kins Dance was held on A p r i l 5, complete nity. She was voted outstanding senior
Sweeney, also a sophomore, w o n a schol- with hay, rocking chairs, and Daisy Mae by the members of her chapter. She also
arship that enables her to study f o r a costumes. The big fund raiser for the holds an award for academic excellence
month during the summer at the Univer- quarter was the annual Almost Every- presented by the American Society of
sity of Warwick in Coventry, England. thing Goes with all proceeds going to Animal Sciences and the Department of
Nancy Meredith, a junior history and po- AOII Philanthropic Foundation. A l - Animal Science at the University of Mar-
litical science major, traveled through- though it was hard work, everyone had yland.
out Europe this summer with the aid of a fun and they raised $700 for AOII's phi-
Richter grant. Martha Lutz, a senior lanthropy. Spring of 1984 proved to be an ex-
math and German major, won a coveted tremely active semester. The sisters began
Fulbright scholarship. The scholarship AOII competed in the annual step-sing- with the initiation of twenty-nine new
enables Martha to study math at the Uni- ing competition held on May Day at La- members.
versity of Hamburg in West Germany. Grange College. They sang a medley of
songs f r o m the '20s and competed against The hard work involved in AOII's phil-
THETA PI other organizations on campus. The anthropies this semester proved to be ex-
Wagner College AOIIs have won the step-singing competi- citing, fun, and very successful. The turn
tion f o r the last four years. AOII faces out for Sign Of The Whale night, in
Susan Becchina, a junior Theta Pi, re- also filled the May Day Court. The elite Washington, D.C., could not have been
cently became the proud recipient of a few on the court consisted of Beth Floyd, greater. Spirited enthusiasm continued
Diamond Jubilee Scholarship before the Cathy Cooper, Lynn McCord, and Julie throughout the rest of the semester w i t h
spring semester came to a close. Susan is Roberts. such events as the Battle of the Greeks
an education major and has maintained a with I I K A , and the Blood Drive with
3.6 cumulative average throughout her Denise Roberts was named Sister of the W A V A radio station. About $900 was
three years at Wagner. She presently Quarter for winter quarter. Another sis- also raised for the Wendy Stark Founda-
serves as the corresponding secretary for ter, Josie Brooks, was named Sister of Iris tion.
the chapter, and has been co-chairman for the Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
for Songfest and Campus Community In the midst of their hard work, the
Chest in the past. PI D E L T A members found plenty of time for fun
U. of Maryland and competition. Derby Day, a new
Looking back at spring semester, the event at the University of Maryland, re-
Theta Pis achieved an outstanding Bonnie Ziegler was honored by the ceived active participation, thanks to the
victory at Wagner College's annual Kalegethos Society, a national honorary help of Carol Anne Donnohue and Beth
"Songfest." Along with co-chairmen Lisa Greek leadership organization. Bonnie, a Brophy.
Curry and "Soo" Becchina, and choreog- recent graduate at the University of
raphy coordinator Renee Matias, the Another event which received active,
sisters worked hard and put f o r t h a great spirited competition was Greek Week.
deal of effort to claim their first place tro- AOII teamed up with Sigma Chi which
phy. This success made the '83-'84 school proved to be a fantastic match. The hard
year complete since it marked the third work of AOII's chairpersons, Bonnie
AOII victory out of all three major cam- Ziggler and Robbye Wilson, definitely
pus activities. paid off. Also, President Wendy Seher
took second place in the dance contest.
The chapter held a summer reunion in With the help of Sally Dembner and Debi
July at a sister's house in Ohio. The The- Gochman, Alpha Omicron Pi and Sigma
ta Pis took part in several activities such Chi received first place in Greek God-
as canoeing, a cookout, and a barn dess.
dance, added Lisa Curry.
This semester also included a spring
The chapter is prepared f o r a full fall formal, chapter cookout, and senior par-
schedule. Rush was held in mid-Septem- ty. Of course, spring break in Fort Lau-
ber, followed by Greek weekend in early derdale brought back a lot of tan girls to
October. start off the summer of 1984.

LaGrange College
Indiana U . of Pa.
1984 has been a very exciting year for
the AOIIs at LaGrange College. The Terrific Ten triumphed over the
spring semester!
A special pat on the back goes to the
AOIIs for winning the Mamie Lark Henry Spring rush was an anticipated thrill
Scholarship Cup, which is given to the after the winter hum-drums as Gamma
sorority with the highest cumulative Beta chapter at IUP chose ten terrific
women for its spring '84 pledge class. The

sisters promoted the beginning of an ex- During the summer months of rest and OMICRON
citing semester when their Founders' Day relaxation, many sisters busied them-
18th anniversary celebration was held in selves with chapter activities, planning UT-Knoxville
February. It was truly a memorable occa- and preparing for the upcoming fall se-
sion as Gamma Beta invited more than mester. Several sisters—Betsy Barringer, Omicron, at the University of Tennes-
100 alumnae who were originally initiat- Lisa Kynoch, Lydia Camacho, Connie see in Knoxville, has had a busy, fulfill-
ed into IUP's chapter. Goldsberry, Melissa Hammel and Robin ing year. Fall of '83 began with welcom-
Bonner—represented N u Omicron at the ing our new AOII pledges! Their review
The semester also started off with a Leadership Conference held in Knoxville, of our rush were positive and yet gave us
new tradition—the Alpha Heart Award (Tenn.), and are eager to share their ex- ideas for changes which we began work-
which was given at each weekly meeting. periences with the rest of the chapter. As ing on immediately.
One sister would issue the Alpha heart to an added bonus, N u Omicron collected
any sister that she was most proud of three Rush Achievement Certificates—a Homecoming was another exciting
during the previous week and state her fine accomplishment in light of our re- project into which AOII and the Figi's en-
reasons w h y . vised rush skit and format! tered with enthusiasm! Omicrons Annu-
al Fall Barbecue served up spirit and good
Gamma Beta had its share of fund rais- In addition to fall rush, many Nu Omi- food to 3,600 hungry football fans. A l l of
ers this spring as they allotted time for a crons participated in the first rush of the the proceeds f r o m this event were divided
football poll concerning the Pittsburgh newly formed colony at Middle Tennes- between the local Arthritis Foundation
Maulers' home opener, a raffle, a car see State University (MTSU). The entire chapter, the Harriet Greeve Scholarships,
wash, a hoagie sale and eagerly helped rush ensemble and slide show w i l l be in- and the National Arthritis Research
the pledges with their hoagie sale. How- corporated into the MTSU rounds and Foundation. The new pledge class got i n -
ever, the hard work and effort was worth many N u Omicron sisters will lend a volved in the philanthropic activity as
it all as the sisters and pledges had a su- helping hand. they made a Christmas visit to a nursing
perb spring formal on March 31, which home.
honored their graduating seniors. The fall calendar is already booked
with numerous crush parties, picnics, There was also a fun-filled meeting
Greek Week could not be beat as Gam- study breaks and our traditional parties, with the Knoxville Alumnae chapter in
ma Beta and Kappa Sigma fraternity vied "In The Dark," a mystery date party and the fall and a Christmas party for all of
for the top places in all events, and the a theme fall party. the collegians. The football Alphas of
great weather held out for the entire Omicron were winners of the sorority
period. The Floyd Cramer Celebrity Golf league, and played for the University
Tournament, our annual fall philan- Women's Intramural Championships in
Two weeks later the chapter was off to thropic event, will also add to our active Neyland Stadium. Our alums and colle-
a smurfy start as Derby Days got under- social calendar. Nu Omicrons will defi- giate members were swallowed in the
way. A n excitation filled the atmosphere nitely have their hands full with the mul- 95,000-seat arena, but the spirit wasn't!
as everyone participated in the events titude of activities planned for the fall se- Volleyball games in the late fall brought
and helped paint their coaches blue, mester, reported Brook Benson. AOII more campus-wide honors, and for
dressing them up like Papa Smurf and the third year in a row, Omicron won the
Smurfette, in keeping with the theme, -! AOII Volleyball Tournament.
Meet Omicron, UT-Knoxville football team With the coming of Old Man Winter,
AOIIs somehow found time during members, from the left, front row, Susan AOIIs began practicing with the Pi Kappa
those two weeks between Greek Week Nadolsky, Martha Robinson, Leanne Bailes Alphas for the campus-wide, annual
and Derby Days to visit Epsilon Alpha, and Misty Duncan; back row, Lesa Pettit, Ann "All-Sing" production. In competition
its sister chapter at Penn State. The Roush, Mary Ann Chapman and Kati Eddins. with 16 groups, the A O I I - I I K A songsters
week-end trip proved to be a success as placed third over-all and first among
the sisters returned with a feeling of sorority-fraternity combinations.
shared enthusiasm and spirit.
Founders' Day provided a bright spot
With the end of Derby Days, Gamma for a dull, cold quarter, and the prepara-
Beta's share of contests were not over tions for a rosy red spring break (as in
yet! The members were thrilled as Jonna sunburns) intensified!
Stumpf participated in the Queen Ever-
green pageant and was nominated as a Springtime brought the warmth of
Homecoming Queen representative for Tennessee sunshine, and plans for the
the fall semester, reported Kimberly Leadership Conference for Region I I I so-
Hoburg. lidified. Scholarship improved in fall
and in the winter for Omicron, and AOIIs
The ever-busy semester was capped off learned they were third and second, re-
with the initiation of the Terrific Ten and spectively, of 19 Panhellenic groups!!
a chapter retreat held during the first "Carnicus" brought two AOIIs "Best Ac-
week-end in May. The retreat provided a tress" trophies. Despina Klonaris and
relaxed atmosphere f o r a last get together Beth McAlexander w o n for their roles in
before the summer break and a chance the AOII-Sigma Chi production of
for the seniors to say their goodbys and "Chippin," a take-off on the Broadway
to read their last will and testaments. musical "Pippin." Carnicus practices and
the annual "A-O-Sweetie Pi" party kept
NU OMICRON AOIIs busy from sun-up to sun-down!

Vanderbilt Inducted into Rho Lambda, the Pan-
hellenic Honorary Society, were Ann
The Nu Omicrons at Vanderbilt Uni- Stephens, Robbin Sharp and Martha
versity are once again looking forward Robinson. Panhellenic treasurer for '84-
to a fun-filled and productive fall se- '85 is Susan Sherwood, and Outstanding
mester. Freshman Greek for the campus was AOII


Misty Duncan. Misty also is involved Through our first annual M r . Lehigh A n Easter Egg decorating party got
w i t h Panhellenic as the only freshman contest we were able to raise funds to spring rush off to a great start and eight
member of the Judicial Board. Shannon support arthritis and establish our own women pledged AOII.
Lashlee is the new president of the Pi event at Lehigh, Lori added.
Kappa Alpha little sister organization. Our sisterhood grew closer at our rush
A O I I softballers won honors as well dur- Marcy Vogel, won the Williams Prize chapter relations retreat at a nearby camp
ing a busy spring sports season. The ten- for science writing last spring. Carrie in the Gallatin Canyon. Plans and pro-
nis team also excelled. Strum, Cathy Wiener and Marcy Gold- jects f o r formal rush in the fall were or-
stein, all juniors, will be studying in Eng- ganized and much f u n was shared on our
Omicron won several awards at the land next year. The list continues on and Friday the 13th expedition, Tammy Cart-
Leadership Conference and was proud to on for sisters who are making their mark wright said.
be one of six recipients f o r a collegiate at Lehigh, through such achievements as
achievement award. A n award for initiat- attaining academic honors, and efforts in On the social side, wake-ups, a tuck-
ing a high percentage of pledges, a certifi- the band, various clubs, on sports teams, in, and an all-Greek FAC kept members
cate for pledging quota both years in the in the Gryphon Society (resident assist- fired-up along with a spring party camp-
current biennium, and an award for re- ants on freshmen halls), the choir, stu- ing trip. Scholarship still kept top-notch
porting also went to a happy delegation dent government, ROTC, etc. priority with Alpha Phi though. Most
of Omicron collegians. Improved Grades and Highest GPA were
among the scholastic honors earned.
Roses to Despina Klonaris, collegiate
organizer and planner for Leadership ALPHA PHI SIGMA CHI
Conference, and roses, also, to her com- Montana State U .
mittee chaired by Misty Duncan! Hartwick College
Spring quarter was filled with exciting
A highlight of our time together with awards and a busy calendar for the mem- What fantastic athletes! That's what
our alumnae was their presentation to bers of Alpha Phi. people on campus must be thinking about
Despina Klonaris of a rush award. This Sigma Chi. Led by coach Beth Cliff, not
award is voted on in the fall by the new Student Day of Recognition, co- only were they involved in on-campus
pledge class, which chooses the A O I I col- chaired by AOII Kim Anderson, honored sports but made it to the finals in soft-
legian whom they considered to be the the chapter as many women received ball.
best rusher of all the AOIIs they met. The
award is named f o r Bette Rayson, past V1 Philanthropy was an emphasis spring
Omicron rush adviser, who served AOII '84. Sisters of Sigma Chi held a successful
for 27 years as chief rush adviser to our < raffle with the organizing abilities of Lori
diverse membership, reported Ann Grieb and K i m Schnable. Involvement
Roush. did not stop there, 12 new sisters held a
Dance Marathon that rocked the Student
Finishing out the spring-summer news Union. Money raised from both events
was Omicron's top-three finish in schol- was donated to the AOII Philanthropic
arship for the entire '83-'84 school year! Foundation.
We also found out that A O I I has four
representatives to the elite "Rho Chi" O n the last day of classes for spring '84
program at Tennessee: LeeA n n Walker, the chapter held a picnic for freshmen
Susan Sherwood, LeAnn Mulherin, and women so members could have the op-
Anne Bowers. portunity to meet them.

LAMBDA UPSILON This is not the only picnic we had this
Lehigh University spring. This year a siblings' weekend was
organized. Along with the picnic many
Lambda Upsilon eagerly awaited the other activities were planned for the
start of the 1984-85 school year for sever- brothers and sisters who joined us. A m y
al reasons. Doyle did a great job to bring the whole
weekend together, reported Jayne M .
First of all, it marked our first year on Glowicki.
campus; October 21 was our colonization
date and we have come a long way in a From the left, Montana State University AOIIs ALPHA THETA
year, reported Lori Brenner. Secondly, Sarah Brown, Mary O'Hearn and Sue Sinclair
we are very excited about moving into show off their special sweatshirts. Coe College
our own house on campus. A l l the AOIIs
are looking forward to living together awards. Senior Terri Simpson, past chap- Working toward a tomorrow together
and having our own special place to call ter president, was declared Most Out- was not only the theme for the regional
home. standing Greek Woman at M S U . Linda leadership conferences this year, it also
Sedivy was chosen by the Panhellenic reflected the goals for the sisters of the
In addition, we are able to participate Council as Most Outstanding Pledge. Alpha Theta chapter of Coe College, Ce-
in informal rush this fall—for the first dar Rapids, Iowa.
time. A t Leadership Conference in Seattle,
Chapter Adviser M a r y Jane Griffanti, A l - After a restful spring break in March,
Lambda Upsilon sisters are showing pha Phi '66, was awarded Outstanding the Alpha Theta women worked with de-
the Lehigh community through our many Chapter Adviser for Region IV and Kim termination to achieve a great deal. And
achievements, both individually and to- Anderson was honored for her outstand- that is just what they did!
gether, that they are a special group of ing leadership qualities. Also recognized
women, upholding the AOII ideals. They were successes in scholarship and contin- A p r i l was filled with many activities,
came in second in Greek Week this past uous open bidding. including early preparations for rush.
spring. Sing-a-longs, workshops, and skit re-
hearsals occupied a great deal of time.
22 However, there was still time to color

Collegian wins (continued from page 22) pa Tau Fraternity with Special Olympics.
eggs for the children at Taylor Elementa- Two highlights of A p r i l included the Red
Nowotny award ry School for Easter. Greek Week was Rose Spring Formal on A p r i l 14, and the
also a part of the April calendar. AOIIs last tribute to the seniors at Senior
The Alumnae Advisory Council of Phi were at every event, including a campus Brunch. The chapter celebrated its fif-
chapter at the University of Kansas is cleanup, a faculty tea, and a Greek Tal- teenth anniversary at Coe College on
pleased to announce that Julie R. Havens ent Show. They also helped the Phi Kap- April 12.
is the recipient of the Laverne Stugard
N o w o t n y Scholarship for the 1984-85
school year.

The scholarship was established by the
Pi Kappa Corporation Board in honor of
Laverne Stugard Nowotny, Phi '28, and a
founding member of Pi Kappa chapter at
the University of Texas at Austin.

The scholarship provides for an annual
award of $300 to be given to a deserving
member of Phi chapter and is awarded on
the basis of grades, activities and need.

Julie is f r o m Olathe, Kan., and is a jun-
ior majoring in social welfare.

Any person wishing to contribute to-
ward this scholarship fund in memory of
Mrs. Nowotny and to help Phi colle-
gians, can make checks payable to the
"Laverne Stugard Nowotny Scholarship
Fund" and send to Mrs. Virginia Seaver,
Phi Financial Adviser, 600 Louisiana,
Lawrence, KS 66044.

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KAPPA OMICRON Following the Swim-A-Long the Day- tramural sports, and our billiards and
ton Alumnae Chapter and Kappa Delta bowling champs headed for Miami to
Rhodes College (formerly co-sponsored a dessert and bingo event to compete in the National Championships.
honor patients with arthritis. The Dessert
Southwestern) and Bingo brought a lot of fun to every- Kelly Bell and Laura Elliot were both
one who participated, added Ginger named to Mortar Board and Order of
Kappa Omicron chapter has had a Kissell. Omega. Kelly was also named to Omi-
busy year. For its philanthropy, members cron Delta Kappa and awarded the Stu-
helped w i t h the golf tournament and GAMMA SIGMA dent Government Association's "Night-
telethon sponsored by the Arthritis Foun- Georgia State life" Award for community service,
dation. We also served as hostesses for scholarship and leadership on campus.
Dilemma, a student-sponsored organiza- Gamma Sigma chapter had a very in-
tion on campus. dustrious and fun-filled winter and We re-established a Gamma Sigma tra-
spring quarters. Our basketball, billiards dition of awarding one sister the rose
This year we had our annual Christmas and bowling teams all placed first in i n - necklace each month as "Sister of the
Party. In addition we had a Sadie Haw- Month." The chapter votes on the wom-
kins' Day Party where guests came m an it feels has meant the most to AOII
dressed as their favorite hillbilly. over the past four weeks. Debra Elliott
• was "Sister of the M o n t h " for February;
The KOs do not just have parties. We Kelly Bell, for March; Carol Combs, for
had the highest grade point average of Kay Gibbons April; and Pam Pruitt, for May. Chapter
the women, Greeks and independents, re- Relations Chairman Stephanie Stowe also
ported Karen Summers. Kappa Alpha senior supervises the "Passing of the Panda" at
crowned sweetheart every meeting between sisters who want
Rush was most successful last year. to let another sister know that they are
The chapter went f r o m 12 to 33 mem- Kay Gibbons a senior from Kappa A l - extra-special to them.
bers. We owe a great deal to the help of pha chapter, Indiana State University,
AOII chapters from UT Martin, Ole Miss, was crowned Alpha Tau Omega Sweet- In March members once again spon-
and Arkansas State University. We also heart for 1983-84. sored "AOII Athletes," an event partici-
appreciate the help the alums gave by pated in by both Georgia State and Geor-
helping with the preparation and serving As an art major, Kay received a $100 gia Tech fraternities. These fraternities
of food. Our Founders' Day was held in Hulman & Co. Merit Award for her plex- helped raise almost $5,000 for the AOII
conjunction with the alums'. Cathy Par- iglass sculpture "Green Ice" in the Wa- Philanthropy Foundation. Soon after
ker gave the house a cross stitch sampler bash Valley A r t Exhibition and a $25 "AOII Athletes," Gamma Sigmas partici-
and she held an officers' training day f o r Merit Award presented by Galloway pated in Pike Bike Race and w o n first
the new officers, Karen said. Photo for a photography series entitled place overall. They also raised $1,750 for
"No Parking Enforced" in the Fourth A n - Sigma Chi Derby Days at Georgia Tech.
The K O chapter is active as a group nual ISU Student Show. A l l of the events occured at the first of
but is very proud of our members as indi- A p r i l , and the last weekend in A p r i l they
viduals: Elizabeth Gibson was named a She was the recipient of the SHEAF raised $1,750 for the Cystic Fibrosis
I I K A little sister; several members acted Award presented by Chapter Relations Camp of Georgia through Greek Week at
in plays at McCoy Theater; several mem- Committee at the Spring Banquet and Georgia State.
bers in Southwestern Singers and First was honored by the Terre Haute City
Generation. Panhellenic at the annual M a y meeting Chris Ricker, treasurer, recently was
w i t h the Citizenship A w a r d given each awarded a scholarship based on academic
Past President Paula Millirons is now year to a college senior who has given achievement within the insurance depart-
serving as Panhellenic president, and is a outstanding service to her sorority, uni- ment. It will finance the remainder of her
member of OAK and Mortar Board, both versity and community. education here at Georgia State. The
honor societies. Paula also received a scholarship was awarded by Safeco In-
scholarship to study at Oxford last sum- Kay has served as rush chairman, surance Company.
mer. A t our annual initiation banquet, Cart-a-thon chairman to raise money for
the chapter honored some of its own: arthritis and Special Olympics. She is a The highlight of spring quarter was our
Model Initiate—Jennifer Sandridge; Best member of Order of Omega. annual formal, Rose Ball. It was held in
Pledge—Katherine Bres; and Outstanding May at the Lanier Plaza in Atlanta and
Pledge—Elizabeth Gibson. She was on the Dean's List and has re- featured the band, "Princess and
ceived Scholarship Certificates from the Starbreeze." Among the many awards
KAPPA DELTA chapter for GPA of 3.82 and a cumula- presented that evening were "AOII of the
tive GPA of 3.37. Year," which was given to graduating
Wright State U . senior Kelly Bell, and "Sister of the
Year," which was awarded to Maria
The AOIIs of Kappa Delta chapter Hanes, who also graduated.
raised money for the Arthritis Founda-
tion last spring quarter by having a tradi- O n Mother's Day, Gamma Sigma
tional Swim-A-Long for Arthritis. started a new tradition for the chapter
with the formation of our Mother's Club.
The Swim-A-Long was a great success A tea was held honoring our mothers and
for Kappa Delta sisters and w i t h the help grandmothers at the home of Chapter
of the Dayton Alumnae Chapter and Adviser Debbi Doverspike. The event
many other students and friends, the was a wonderful success, and we look
chapter raised $2,268. forward to having the support and enthu-
siasm of our moms this year during rush
The money was divided so that $700 of and other events, reported Lisa Cape.
it was given to Arthritis Research, $600
was given to a local Warm Water Clinic
for the Y M C A , and another $600 was
given to the Children's Hospital in Day-
ton which deals w i t h young arthritic pa-
tients. The rest of the money was given
to a brand new support group in Dayton,
which works with patients with arthritis.


IOTA junior representatives—Karen Kendrick BETA LAMBDA
U. of Illinois and Cynthia Lamar; and sophomore rep- Illinois Wesleyan
resentative—Maria Adlercruetz. Miss B-
Long rows of pearls, fringed dresses S C is also an AOII, Leela Sistla and her It was an eventful spring at Beta Lamb-
and feather boas adorned many Iotas last court, too: Cynthia Lamar, first alter- da. Everyone was always running off to a
year, as they danced the Charleston, not nate, and second alternate Susan campus event, committee meeting, soft-
only at the "A 0 Prohibition" pledge Hartsell. Beauty is not the only thing this ball game, or any number of other gath-
dance, but also in "A Day at the Races" chapter has going for it. Tau Delta also erings. Life just never seems to slow
show, which made it to finals in U of I's received the highest G P A on campus down at Beta Lambda.
annual Mom's Day Sing with AOII direc- award.
tor Kim Daisy. Beta Lambda is proud to announce that
A s the semester was drawing to a Lucille Klauser was awarded with a 50-
Chris Goetz and Sandy Tiberi organ- close, Tau Delta held its Parent—Daugh- year pin at Founders' Day festivities.
ized rush which echoes the 1984 Summer ter Banquet. The parents were proud of Mrs. Klauser was one of the founders of
Games with an A-Olympics theme. Im- all the women's achievements for the Beta Lambda.
mediately following rush, both actives year. But of course plans for the summer
and pledges began a semester filled with and next fall are already in the planning Many exciting events have brightened
activities. These include the Greek Olym- stage for the AOIIs at Birmingham— the spring semester. O u r very own
pics, coached by Karen Holba; rooting Southern. Melora Felts was elected Panhellenic
for Chris Goetz in the Sigma Chi Derby president at Wesleyan • • • Wesleyan's
Day Queen contest; assisting Carolyn Corporation Greek Week was co-chaired by junior Su-
Welch in the promotion of our philan- meetings san Franke . . . The chapter received an
thropic event, a tennis tournament; try- award for having the most blood donors
ing to guess how Social Chairman Anne NULAMBDA for a living unit ... . . AOII was first in
Hilliard can top last year's Social Surpris- scholastics during the fall semester and
es with Delta Chi and Sigma Chi; cheer- Chapter House received the Panhel scholastics award
ing on the Illini, plus our Flag Corps and 647 West 28th St. . . . Rose Formal was held on a river
Illinette members; and, of course, the Los Angeles boat in St. Louis . . . Lisa Setlak, Dee
AOII Kidnap, where we spirit away our Groom, and Lisa Gast were initiated into
favorite fraternity men for a party in the For more information contact: Green Medallions, an honorary which
basement of one of Iota's favorite hang- Gerri Forgatch provides tutoring on campus . . . Gail
outs. 2455 Roanoke Road Berns will spend next year studying in
San Marino, C A 91108 France and Austria. In Austria she will be
However, AOIIs do think of more than (818) 285-3377 an intern at the United Nations . . . The
social events. This year we will attempt chapter sponsored a showing of The
to maintain our scholastic rank of fifth KAPPA KAPPA Graduate with proceeds going to our phi-
out of 26 sororities on campus, and lanthropy . . . Kelly Russell and Jean
continue in our efforts which led to Pan- Nov. 4, 2 p.m. Ittner were initiated into Phi Gamma Nu
hellenic recognition as one of the top so- Suite, Rogers Hall the professional business fraternity . . .
rorities on campus in involvement and Muncie, IN 47304 Julie McBride was elected secretary of
intramurals, reported Jill Thomas. Tri-Beta, the biology honorary . . .
For more information: Chris Knott, Jamie Wuttke, and. Lorie
TAU DELTA Barbara Ottinger Bergstrom were initiated into Egas, a
Birmingham-Southern 509 S. Rambler Road scholastics honorary. Lorie was elected
Muncie, IN 47304 secretary-treasurer . . . Michelle Sadler
Being Michael Jackson, Boy George, was named historian of Alpha Tau Delta,
Brooke Shields or the Eurythmics were OMICRON PI a professional nursing fraternity . . .
just a few of the "Supressed Desires" re- And of course participation in Sigma Chi
leased at last spring's initiation party. But Oct. 14, 2 p.m. "Derby Days."
of course the 22 hew initiates were the Chapter House
real celebrities. 800 Oxford Road Our seniors are very active both in the
Ann Arbor, MI 48104 chapter and on campus. Gay Dutton was
Prior to the party, the women had a initiated into Alpha Mu Gamma the for-
sisterhood luncheon. For further information contact: eign language honorary. Donna Rekau is
Mary Lou SIoss the co-editor of Wesleyan's literary publi-
The new initiates helped carry out the 174 Moross cation Unicorns. Kathy Kanak received
'Time Machine" theme of the Mr. Hill- recognition for the highest G P A by the
topper pageant with their chorus line. Grosse Pointe Farms, MI 48236 Bloomington/Normal Alumnae Chapter.
The women opened with "By The Sea" We have enjoyed the participation and
from the 1900s and ended with a 1980's PI KAPPA support of the seniors of the chapter.
thriller. The pageant raised money for Oct. 6,10 a.m. Many tears will be shed when they move
AOII Philanthropic Foundation. "Dou- 2218 Pershing Dr . on. The chapter would like to thank them
ble-Trouble" was another fund raiser for (American Red Cross Bldg.) for the good times and wish them luck
the foundation. "Double-Trouble" was a Austin, TX for the future.
campus-wide band party given with an-
other sorority. For more information: Perhaps the most exciting news we
Barbara H. Ward have to share is that our house is to have
The AOIIs dominated several main (512) 476-9464 a new addition and renovations on the
events at B-SC. Homecoming was one (512) 928-4271 existing house. Alumna Mary Williams
such event. Senior Kathleen Real was has been instrumental in working with
crowned Homecoming Queen and all of the details of this venture. Jeanne
her court were AOIIs as well: senior rep- Crippen has also spent many hours work-
resentative—Margaret Ann Renneker; ing with fund raising for the project.


Alumnae, collegians gather for
Phi dedication events

By Ginny Struble, AOII of Austin". In her chapter of Pi W.
Kappa, University of Texas-Austin, Gin-
Regional Vice President V ger told of a tradition in which silver •
punch cups were given in honor of sen-
Not even cloudy skies, thunderstorms iors and special alumnae for use by the International President Ginger Banks, left, pre-
and final exams could spoil the social chapter on special occassions. She pre- sented Katy McClure, Phi chapter president a
event of the season for the members of sented Phi with two cups given Pi Kappa dedication plaque.
Phi chapter, University of Kansas—the in honor of Mrs. Nowotny.
May 6 dedication of their newly complet- symbol of the dedication and love of the
ed chapter house. W i t h house parking quickly filled up, entire fraternity". Jessie Marie Cramer,
Phi members donned rain hats and um- Phi '27, and her daughter A n n Cramer
The dedication committee consisting of brellas to shuttle guests f r o m the stadium Root, Phi '58, were presented a special
Ellen Badgley, Jan Clason, Katy Mc- parking area to the chapter house. plaque on behalf of the Executive Board
Clure, Carolyn Hill and Ginny Struble to be hung in the chapel house acknowl-
had spent months planning, checking and "We w i l l be forever grateful to Jessie edging their support in enabling the com-
double checking every detail. Marie Cramer and Ann Cramer Root for pletion of the recreation room.
providing the support which enabled us
"It's the kind of day in which dreams to complete the rec room," commented Presidential Citation Certificates were
are made," noted Susan Henks, who Ellen Badgley, dedication chairman. presented to RVP Ginny Struble for her
along with Martha Batt, played soft "When we finally admitted the weather assistance to Phi since its recolonization
background music on the new grand pia- wouldn't cooperate for an outdoor dedi- in 1979 and to X B Director Kay Sutherlin
no which had arrived only days earlier. cation the rec room was the only place for her many and untiring efforts as
large enough to accommodate all of our chairman of the Phi Building Committee.
A highlight for the chapter members guests in one room."
was the opportunity to meet the Execu- The actual ribbon cutting was a mo-
tive Board members as well as Interna- More than 400 people, including uni- ment of great excitement and making it
tional Headquarters staff members Sue versity dignitaries, regional officers and even more special was the fact that all
Lewis and Diane Douglass. Upon their directors, Lawrence residents, representa- past presidents since the recolonization
arrival the special guests were greeted tives from sororities and fraternities, were able to join Katy McClure, current
with strains of "AOII Forever," "Hello alumnae, parents, friends, AOII colle- Phi president, for the ceremony. These
Sisters," and "We Offer Now." Chapter gians from other chapters and Mary W i l - special AOIIs include Leanne Mebust,
President Katy McClure then presented liams Phi '59, RVP IV, joined Phi colle- colony president and current corporation
International President Ginger Banks gians and the Executive Board for the board president; Nora Fisher Sharpe and
with a wooden key signed by all chapter official dedication. Lisa Kivett, both of whom drove all night
members. f r o m Dallas, Texas, and Betsy Scherzer.
Ellen gave the invocation and Katy Joining them were Elaine Hoffman, chap-
A special treat was the slide show un- McClure, the welcome. Acknowledge- ter adviser, and Patty Bondurant, colony
der the direction of Tracy Groody show- ments and special thank yous were ex- adviser.
ing the construction progress of the house tended by Kay Sutherlin, International
f r o m the clearing of the first tree to Vice President/Finance and chairman of On behalf of the Phi Corporation
moving-in day. the Phi Building Committee. Ginger took Board, Cheryl McCabe invited the guests
the opportunity to make some very spe- to pass between the ribbons for a tour of
With a surprise presentation of her cial presentations. the house and refreshments provided by
own, Ginger described a special relation- Topeka-Lawrence alumnae.
ship she had to Phi through LaVerne A plaque honoring the Building Com-
Stugard Nowotny, a Phi alumna, who mittee was presented to the chapter as "a Before we knew it good-bys had been
before her death was known as "Mrs. said and the door closed behind the last
guest. Shorts replaced spring suits and
rA textbooks were dug back out of closets.
Although dusk was beginning to fall, the
> sun could be seen shining between the
clouds on the impossible dream which
Past International President Jessie Marie Cramer and her husband Wesley were among many spe- had become a reality for AOII at the Uni-
cial guests who enjoyed Phi dedication activities last May. versity of Kansas.

Women selected as chapter consultants

Alpha Omicron Pi proudly presents her chapter as Panhellenic delegate, and Universities," and Kappa Tau's out-
these outstanding women as the new assistant rush chairman, and rush standing member f o r 1983. She has
1984-85 Chapter Consultants: chairman. served as chapter president, treasurer,
and keeper of the ritual.
Mari Cole, Delta Pi, Central Missouri Sandra Jones, Gamma Omicron, Univer-
State University—Mari was a marketing sity of Florida—Sandy received her Becky Montgomery Pena, Kappa Pi
major and had been involved in several degree in business administration and '77, has been named Chapter Services
business-related and student government marketing. Involved in such business or- Coordinator (CSC) for the fraternity.
organizations on campus. She was a ganizations as the American Marketing
scholarship recipient and was a member Association, she has received several Becky has served as editor of To Drag-
of several honoraries and honor societies. honors and awards. She has been on the ma, AOII Special Chapter Assistant, and
Among these were the Order of Omega, University of Florida's Dean List and Regional Director. She has been involved
a honor society f o r Greeks, and Tassels, been recognized by her chapter. She with the development of collegiate chap-
an honor society f o r seniors. She served served Gamma Omicron as assistant vice ter programs and has led a number of
her chapter as president, rush chairman, president and chaired rush parties and the training seminars for the Chapter Con-
and assistant rush chairman. pledge committees. sultant Program and at other fraternity
Linda Davis, Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylva- Therese McKee, Upsilon, University of
nia State University—Linda, a biology Washington—A social welfare major, As CSC Becky w i l l be in charge of col-
major, has the distinction of being a char- Therese received her bachelor of arts de- legians and collegiate programming in
ter member of Epsilon Alpha during its gree in June. She has been recognized for areas affecting collegiate chapters. One of
recolonization four years ago. She has re- her leadership and scholarship with an her major responsibilities is the Chapter
ceived several scholarship awards and a All-Greek award for campus involve- Consultant Program.
chapter award for the most outstanding ment. In addition, she received a commu-
senior. She served her university as a res- nity award for leadership. She is very ac- Interested
ident assistant and orientation leader. A tive with the Seattle public schools as a in the
chapter leader as well, Linda has been tutor. She has served Upsilon as presi-
Epsilon Alpha's Panhellenic delegate and dent, as well as being involved with rush program?
president. and chapter relations committees.
The Chapter Consultant position is an
Jill Eggebraaten, Lambda Iota, University Cynthia Swartzfager, Kappa Tau, South- excellent means to develop skills and
of California, San Diego—Jill was very eastern Louisiana University—An educa- knowledge gleaned as an undergraduate.
active in programming for incoming tion major, Cindy was involved on cam- Each year, we choose our consultants
freshman and transfer students on pus as an official campus hostess and f r o m the outstanding graduates across
campus. She is the recipient of several held membership in an education honor- the country. Why don't YOU apply?
awards, among them "Who's Who ary and a modern dance group at SLU.
Among Students in American Colleges H o n o r s include Dean's List, DJF Each October, applications for the po-
and Universities," National Honor List scholarship recipient, "Who's Who sition of Chapter Consultant are mailed
and Panhellenic Scholarship Award. Jill Among Students in American Colleges to collegiate chapters. These are distri-
received her B . A . in drama. She served buted to interested individuals. The ap-
plications are due on Dec. 15 to Interna-
to''" tional Headquarters. The applications are
reviewed by a committee consisting of
AOII's Chapter Consultants for the next school year include seated, left to right, Cindy two Executive Board members and the
Swartzfager, Kappa Tau, Southeastern Louisiana, and Therese McKee, Upsilon, University of Chapter Services Coordinator, the Head-
Washington; back row, left to right, Linda Davis, Epsilon Alpha, Penn. State; Jill Eggebraaten, quarters staff supervisor of the program.
Lambda Iota, University of California-San Diego; Mari Cole, Delta Pi, Central Missouri State, and From this study of the applications and
Sandra Jones, Gamma Omicron, University of Florida. recommendations, women are chosen to
be interviewed. Interviews take place in
February and final selections are made
immediately after interviews.

If you are looking for a challenging,
professional position that will allow you
to continue to develop skills and knowl-
edge that you learned through your colle-
giate experience, being a Chapter Con-
sultant may be right for you!

For more information and an applica-
tion, contact the Chapter Services
Coordinator, Alpha Omicron Pi, 3821
Cleghorn Ave., Nashville, T N 37215. A l l
interested individuals are encouraged to
apply. You may have the skills that are
necessary for this rewarding position.


DJF selects scholarship winners

D. Austin By Eleanore MacCurdy, first vice president Accounting in 1985 and w i l l follow a career in
L. Madden Diamond Jubilee Foundation public accounting.
L. Fromm
Commitment to the ritual of Alpha Omicron Pi Martha West, Zeta Psi chapter, East Carolina
has been the guiding force f o r the Scholarship University, w i l l earn a bachelor's degree in deci-
Committee of the AOII Diamond Jubilee Founda- sion science in 1986 and then pursue a master's
tion since 1959. This is revealed in the criteria used degree.
to select the winners who have academic excel- Region IV
lence, chapter and campus involvement, AOII love
and loyalty and financial need. Robin Jackman, Beta Phi chapter, Indiana Uni-
versity, will receive her B.A. in forensic studies in
Twenty six A O I I members are receiving scholar- 1985 and then plans to enter law school.
ships for 1984-1985. Four are alumnae members
returning to campus to earn degrees and 22 are Janet Johns, Theta chapter, DePauw University,
undergraduates. The largest undergraduate schol- will receive her B.A. in computational math and
arship, honoring the Foundation founder, Muriel economics in 1985 and then plans to attend gradu-
Turner McKinney, has been awarded to Joan ate school to earn a doctoral degree.
Stumpf, Iota chapter, University of Illinois. The
Helen Haller Award, honoring the first scholarship Linda Madden, Pi Alpha chapter, University of
chairman, has been awarded f o r graduate study to Louisville, will earn her B.A. in business manage-
Tonya York, Pi Alpha chapter, University of Lou- ment in 1986 and expects to enter corporate busi-
isville. ness.

Additional recipients of AOII/DJF scholarships Heloise Moran, Iota chapter, University of Illi-
for 1984-1985 are listed by regions: nois, expects to earn a double degree in English
and pre-law in 1985 and then enroll in law school.
Region I
Susan Becchina, Theta Pi chapter, Wagner Col- Joan Stumpf, Iota chapter, University of Illinois,
w i l l earn her B.S. in interior design in 1985 and
lege, will earn her B.S. degree in Special Education then pursue a career as an interior designer. She
in 1986 and plans to work with the trainable received the Muriel T. McKinney Award.
retarded students. Region V

Lane Fromm, Epsilon Alpha chapter, Penn. Amy Engelbert, Alpha Theta chapter, Coe Col-
State University, w i l l earn her B.S. degree in M a n - lege, w i l l receive her B . A . in English in 1985 and
Environment Relations in 1985 and expects to then plans to enter the field of communications/
w o r k as a facilities planner and programmer. publishing.

Lori Markward, Pi Delta chapter, University of Paula Kluge, Phi Sigma chapter, Kearney State
Maryland, w i l l receive her B.S. degree in electrical University, w i l l be awarded her B.F.A. in commer-
engineering in 1985 and plans to be an electrical cial art in 1986 and then plans a career w i t h an
engineer. advertising agency.
Region II Region VI

Anne Cracraft, Tau chapter, University of Min- Julie Hildebrand, Alpha Gamma chapter, Wash-
nesota, will receive her B.S. in international rela- ington State University, w i l l receive her B . A . in
tions in 1985 and then plans to attend law school. Psychology in 1985 and then w i l l enroll to earn a
Region III master's degree in school psychology.

Carol Armstrong, Lambda Chi chapter, Ruth Ellen Phillips, Alpha Rho chapter, Oregon
LaGrange College, w i l l receive a bachelor's degree State University, w i l l earn a B.S. in elementary
in Business in 1985 and then will pursue a master's education and plans to teach in elementary school.
Lori Serviss, Beta Rho chapter, University of
Donna Austin, Tau Delta chapter, Birming- Montana, w i l l be awarded her B . A . in home eco-
ham-Southern University, will earn her B.S. in nomics in 1985 and plans a career as a fashion con-

T. York R. Phillips A. Engiebert L. Markward P. Kluge

Region VII Undergraduate, Graduate and
Returning Alumnae
Maria Zuniga, Lambda Tau chapter, Northeast
Louisiana University, w i l l receive a B.S. in finance Scholarships are available
and commercial banking in 1985 and plans a career through the
in banking.
Region VIII Diamond Jubilee Foundation.

Cynthia Hann, Chi Delta chapter, University of Completed applications due March 1
Colorado, w i l l earn a double degree a B.A. in chem-
istry and English in 1985 and plans to attend medical For information, write
school. Karen Tucker

Tami Lovejoy, Lambda Beta chapter, California DJF Scholarship Chairman
State University, will earn a degree in electrical engi- 500 E 77th St., Apt. 1815
neering and plans a career in biomedical electronics.
New York, N.Y. 10162
Annette Paton, N u Lambda chapter, University of
Southern California, will receive her B.S. in J. Stumpf T. Lovejoy J. Hildebrand
business-finance in 1985 and w i l l enroll in a doctoral
program to earn a Ph.D. in business communica- L . Jay 1 H. Moran
M. West
The four alumnae members of AOII receiving
scholarships are:

Tonya York, Pi Alpha chapter, University of Lou-
isville, who is enrolled in a program to earn a
M . A . T . in Humanities at the University of Oxford,
England. She received the Helen Haller A w a r d .

Marilynn Schroeder, Nu Iota chapter, Northern
Illinois University, is enrolled at the Methodist
Theological School in Ohio to earn a Master's of
Divinity. She plans to serve as a full-time minister.

Cheryl Hanson, Sigma chapter, University of Cal-
ifornia, is enrolled at the California College of
Podiatric Medicine and plans to receive her Doctor
of Podiatric Medicine in 1988 and then establish a
private practice in podiatric sports medicine and

Marcia Romine, N u Beta chapter, University of
Mississippi, has received her B.A. and M . A . f r o m
the University of Mississippi and is now enrolled in
a degree program to earn a B.S. in Physical Therapy
in 1986. She plans a career in the healing and thera-
peutic aspects of individuals as a physical therapist.

"Where are they now," is a research study being
conducted by the AOII/Diamond Jubilee Founda-
tion contacting recipients of awards for graduate

Recently one correspondent said, "DJF(I hear) is
in the process of expansion. This is terrific w i t h fed-
eral cutbacks and higher tuitions. Keep up the good
w o r k . " Another wrote, "DJF helped me complete
my law degree and now I have passed the bar
thanks to sisters who cared."

These are messages to all members of Alpha O m i -
cron Pi supporting the AOII Diamond Jubilee Foun-
dation. Beginning in 1962 one scholarship for $50

(continued on page 31)

A. Paton C. Hahn R. Jack man L. Serviss C . Armstrong


p Run for the Roses—Norfolk style!

Don't just stop to smell the roses, said chance of winning these two prizes by of AOIIs and volunteers registering 650
Virginia Tidewater alumnae, Run! A n d drawing. A European bouquet of roses to runners. Kathryn and Heidi also received
help raise money for arthritis at the same the first place open winner, along with lots of help from Billie Carroll McPhail
time. silk roses to the first 50 men and first 50 '63, Kay Casey Taylor '63, and Marian
women finishers, also were donated. Virga Swaim '78, all Zeta Psis and Jan
For the Virginia Tidewater Alumnae Clark Lawrence '65, Beta Pi, Eastern
Chapter, it was the first "Run for the Left to right, Patsy Willis, Zeta Psi '80, East Michigan University. Volunteers manned
Roses." Carolina, and Kathryn Hume Arn, Theta Pi the water stop and refreshment stand, as
'69, Wagner College, offer water to runners at well as monitored the course through the
It's all about love, roses, running and the four kilometer water stop during Virginia gardens, and at the finish line.
the Arthritis Foundation, explained Heidi Tidewater Alumnae Chapter's "Run for the
Dougherty, Theta Chi '74, Morningside Roses." Those who had pre-registered paid $6
College. It's now a very popular 8-kilo- for a spot in the race, and those who
meter race that follows the paths through Publicity f o r the race began in early waited until race day paid $8. A l l runners
the beautifully landscaped Norfolk Bo- April with thousands of our fliers and and volunteers received a "Run for the
tanical Gardens in Norfolk, Va. registration forms going out to runners, Roses" T-shirt. The starter's gun was
stores, athletic clubs and area races. fired at 8:10 a.m.
The philanthropic project for the bene- Members appeared on local television as
fit of the Arthritis Foundation was con- part of the national Arthritis Telethon The 8K (roughly 5-mile) race does not
ceived in November, 1983, when the d i - A p r i l 29, sporting the race T-shirts, bur- take a long time. The first male runner,
rector of the local Arthritis Foundation, gundy and cream-colored, that matched Harry Freeman, crossed the finish line in
Kit Morris, was the guest speaker at an the fliers, and promoted the race to the 24 minutes and 43 seconds, and the first
alumnae chapter meeting. T V audience. Hud Slagle Clark, Beta Phi woman, Gigi Kessler, was at the line in
'47, Indiana, prepared a press release, 28 minutes and 43 seconds.
"We are a very new chapter, installed along with a public service announce-
in April, 1983, and we decided this would ment that was sent to over 20 local media The awards ceremony provided more
definitely be an exciting philanthropic resources, and was used by nearly all of thrills and a fresh wave of enthusiasm for
project," Heidi said. them. Cynthia also appeared on a local all. Three-year-old Katie Silvestri, the lo-
T V talk show, on June 8, 1984, to pro- cal Arthritis Foundation poster child, was
Cynthia Whorl Sidner, Epsilon Alpha mote our big event. a very special guest during the ceremony,
'67, Penn. State, who is also on the Board and awarded the roses and age-group
of Directors of the Foundation, volun- Race day finally arrived, and final winners' plaques. The ceremony was
teered to be chairperson for the June preparations began at sunrise as the "Run highlighted by the drawing for grand
event. for the Roses" finally became a reality. prizes with Katie drawing the winner's
Charlie George, the Tidewater Striders' numbers.
The local running club's Board of D i - Director, along with Cynthia and Carol,
rectors considered it such a special race was on hand to orchestrate the race. The Virginia Tidewater Alumnae chap-
that it included the event in its selected ter of A O I I is proud to have raised more
Grand Prix races for the season, meaning Mary Gentry '64, and Patsy Willis '80, than $2,000 for the Arthritis Foundation.
extra points for serious runners. The both Zeta Psis, East Carolina, headed the
chapter also hired a professional race co- registration committee, with their teams "We are looking forward to an even
ordinator, Carol Senechal, to work with bigger, second annual 'Run f o r the Roses'
the chapter. in 1985," the chapter declared.

The first concern following the prelimi- Poster Child Katie Silvestri presents a rose
nary planning was soliciting sponsors. bouquet to run winner Harry Freeman. Mary
Cynthia and Kathryn Hume A r n '69, Gentry, Zeta Psi '64, East Carolina, holds ros-
Theta Pi, Wagner College, found two es to be awarded to other winners.
sponsors who donated $1,000 each. The
two spent many hours traveling and talk-
ing by phone with potential sponsors
who would fit in with the "love and ros-
es" theme.

The race refreshments were donated,
too! Donut stores in the area contributed
120 dozen donuts, lemonade and cups.
Kathryn even secured donations of safety
pins for the runner numbers, water cups,
plastic tote bags for registration packets,
and ice for cooling refreshments.

Not only did they find these two major
sponsors, but also found two spectacular
grand prizes! Round trip tickets for two
to Athens, Greece, were donated by an
airline, and a hotel donated a romantic
overnight for two in one of its elegant
suites. A l l runners would have an equal


AOII takes fear out of her hospital

Hospitals—sometimes (probably often) "We help the child learn about the un- Theraputic pediatric play specialists
uncomfortable places for adults—can be known," Laura added. "Play is its o w n are in a relatively new, but rapidly grow-
a terribly frightening place for a child. type of medicine for a child." ing profession.

Parents have always been concerned Child life specialists are employed at Child life specialists can help make
about the fear family members have nearly 300 children's hospitals nation- hospitalization a positive growth experi-
shown before entering a hospital, but it wide. ence as they aid children in coping w i t h a
has been only in recent years that a new new environment and an unaccustomed
occupation has been given the responsi- Children who are frightened or disori- separation from their family, Laura
bility to lessen such fears. ented about their hospital stay may not added.
respond as well as they should to medical
Many youngsters withdraw into a treatment, Laura said. The job of a spe- These behavioral specialists use chil-
world of silence and it is up to Child Life cialist is to calm those fears through indi- dren's play for assessment purposes as
Specialist Laura Hathaway, Nu Omicron, vidually designed programs of free and well as the promotion of learning and the
Vanderbilt, '78, and others to bring the structured playtime. relief of illness-related anxieties.
patients "back."
A hospital stay can be frightening to Pre- and post-operative play helps re-
At Arkansas Children's Hospital in Lit- the parents as well as the child, she lieve emotional reactions to surgical pro-
tle Rock, a six-year-old soon will undergo added. "If we can help one, we'll help the cedures, she added. The specialists build
surgery to correct a bone problem. She other." on the healthy functioning aspects of the
will wear a body cast f o r up to eight child to minimize sometimes overwhelm-
weeks and later a walking brace. As a certified elementary teacher, Lau- ing physical problems, she said.
ra helps her patients keep up with school-
In the room Laura carries a baby doll work and arranges for homebound teach- Through play, art, drama, story-telling
and a cart of medical toys. ers to visit discharged children not yet and conversation—Laura and others are
ready to return to school. responding to children's psychological
Soon the child and Laura are engaged needs.
in mending the doll's broken leg. The As part of an outreach program to pre-
youngster uses supplies similar to those pare healthy children for a possible hos- They are important members of a diag-
which will soon be used on her. pital stay, Laura makes weekly visit to nostic team.
schools in the county.
DFJ winners... "We can identify unusual physical per-
(continued f r o m page 29) She shows medical instruments to chil- formance or unconventional behaviors in
dren while some are picked to show how play," she explained. "We also recom-
was awarded and this year 26 scholar- to use the tool. Following her presenta- mend stimulation and convalescent activ-
ships were awarded for an amount total- tion all the children can handle the tools. ities to meet the individual child's needs."
ing $16,450. In addition as required by
IRS there will be a grant in aid for a non-
AOII given through the University of
Texas-San Antonio.

Scholarship applications will be mailed
in January, 1985, and completed applica-
tions must be received by the Scholarship
Chairman, Karen Tucker, by March 1.

Financial need, scholarship, chapter
and campus activities are important con-
siderations in the selection process.

A l l undergraduate applicants are noti-
fied by M a y 15.

Remember AOLT sisters in Laura Hathaway, Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt University, '78, a child life specialist, is pictured with
need with a contribution to two patients at Arkansas Children's Hospital. Through the use of actual doctor's tools, a young
the Ruby Fund through the patient is able to gain a sense of mastery and understanding of medical experiences.

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3821 Cleghorn Ave.
Nashville, TN 37215.

Are you
our sister?

Being the mother of some young children, I am j t the country there are many AOII alum
roups who provide a wide variety of interests—from
familiar w i t h the story of a young bird who asks a wide helping a collegiate chapter to supporting the local
Arthritis Foundation with volunteer hours. They also
variety of other animals, "Are you m y mother?" Per- provide a wide variety of support for members and as
in the collegiate chapters, a sharing of both happiness
haps we in some ways might apply this to all the alums and concern for their members. They also provide a
network within the community—someone who cares,
who might also be searching f o r some home base, or can help you find a job, a doctor, a dentist, a fun after-
noon or a knowledge of the area. They are only asking
something within themselves. that you come and to see what they have to offer.

About four years ago, I received a telephone call I am asking you all, and I know that I speak for
many alums, locally, regionally and nationally, to
which was an invitation to join other AOTLs in my area renew the pledge you made and see what we still have
to offer. We may not have everything you want, but
for lunch. A t that time my children were six months, 23 we are always ready to listen to new ideas, and try to
help you with your interests and needs. Take the time
months, and four-years-old. Needless to say, the idea to do something only for yourself. You may find, like I
did, that it will again become a very important part of
was very appealing. your life and something that you do strictly for
After overcoming the desire to cut everyone's meat,
There is a song that all of us are familiar with and
a brief period with no electricity and the surprise at the goes like this, "Alpha Omicron Pi, friends as the years
go by—Loving sisters are we—Loyal forever, Alpha to
wide variety in ages and occupations, I found that my thee." Renew those words, join your local AOII alum
chapter and add another link to the circle of friendship!
one common bond was AOII. From that one lunch, I Are y o u our sister?

began some wonderful friendships that began there and In this issue is the directory of all names of A O I I
alumnae chapter presidents. Look up the name for your
have continued to build over that past four years. city and give her a call. She wants to hear f r o m you.
She wants to welcome you to the city. She is your A O I I
Over the past years, thousands of young women sister and wants to get to know you. Call her right
n o w — A O I I is waiting for you!
have taken a pledge and formed a bond of sisterhood.
—Jane Crawley, Sigma Lambda '69, UW-LaCrosse,
A bond is suppose to last a lifetime. I wonder—where President St. Louis Alumnae Chapter

are all those women? H o w many of us have really con-

tinued that commitment? Have you replaced the sheaf

of wheat, the rose and an A O I I T-shirt with the various

sport teams, business organizations and your local

school mascot?

Has the hour you once gave to arthritis gone to

hours of PTA bake sales? Are the various professional

and community meetings always what you want to do

or are we going because it "looks good," or " I ought

to," when in many cases you are just another face in

the crowd, and tired of hearing about how to succeed

in business when your feet hurt and your eyes burn

from reading reports all day. HI

Alumnae Chapter Activity

NORTHERN VIRGINIA rush chairman, spoke to alumnae about the game. A wine and cheese party and a
For the Northern Virginia Alumnae the way they could help their collegiate night at the Hollywood Bowl with spous-
chapter in the coming year. es and dates were planned for later in the
Chapter the spring involved numerous summer. AOIIs in the area can contact
activities, including a presentation in A Katherine Gulmert at 213/540-4816, for a
May by the Metropolitan Washington newsletter.
Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation of Regional V . P . Nancy Perry Bowers, left, N u
the new slide presentation "Women and Omicron '53, Vanderbilt, was the speaker at a KENTUCKIANA
Arthritis." Founders' D a y luncheon sponsored by the
Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter whose presi- "Run for the Roses" went far beyond
The chapter sent 14 members to the Re- dent is C a n d y Kirkwood Colyer, right, Kappa Derby Saturday in Louisville this year!
gion I meeting in Toronto in June. A bus Kappa '67, Ball State.
was chartered for the trip, and we had a Kentuckiana sisters welcomed 150
"mini-regional" on the way to Toronto, SOUTH BAY-PALOS VERDES alums and collegians from Illinois, Indi-
with alums and collegians from Virginia The year started out right for the ana and Kentucky for a first time Louis-
Beach, University of Virginia, George ville conference.
Mason University, Washington, D.C., reorganized South Bay-Palos Verdes
East Stroudsburg and Allentown-Bethle- Alumnae Chapter with the election of of- Region IV was honored to have special
hem all part of the "AOII Bus Brigade." ficers. The new officers are: Katherine sisters Melanie Doyle, Executive Board
Gulmert, president; Phyllis Austin, VP/ Director, as Rose Banquet guest speaker,
We are looking forward with great en- procedures; Jeanne Jones VP/Member- and Lynne Johnston, DJF president, as
thusiasm to the Washington, D.C. con- ship and Panhellenic; Melanie Graper, re- guests. Proudly representing Ky'ana at
vention next year. The chapter is gearing cording secretary, Trish Moxon, corres- the regional level are Elaine Kennedy as
up for its responsibilities, and we hope ponding secretary/PR; Gayle Fitzpatrick, regional director, Anne Allison, Omi-
many AOTIs can come to the convention treasurer; Susan Vanderlip, MIFs; Amy cron, as regional rush officer and Sherry
and enjoy the exciting area around Wash- MacKinnon, events planning, and Lisa Hartford, Alpha Chi, as regional finance
ington, D . C , reported Susan Loomis. Abbott, philanthropy. officer.

JACKSONVILLE The chapter presented the Outstanding Ky'ana alums are planning their annual
The Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter had Contribution to a Collegiate Chapter fall Champagne Brunch/Membership
Award to Gail DeLuca for her tireless ef- Drive. Connie Jobson should be called
a fun-filled year starting with a delicious forts as rush adviser to Nu Lambda. SB/ for details, reported Terri Hill Harrison,
fall pitch-in supper at the river front PV also boasts three additional advisers: Kappa Alpha.
home of Bette Wefso Hagel, Zeta '43. Lisa Abbott, chapter adviser at Sigma
Phi; Elaine Soost, financial adviser at Nu EAST BAY
The spirit of Christmas came early in Lambda, and Trish Moxon, pledge advis-
November as members learned how to er at Nu Lambda. Falcon Crest may be a fictional winery
make stencil ornaments from a trio of tal- but, there are plenty of real wineries near
ented ladies from The Gamekeeper, Members kicked off summer at their San Francisco including Rosenblum Cel-
Fernandina Beach, Fla. We each stenciled May meeting with two life-guards from lars in Emeryville. That was where a
a wine bag and a Christmas ornament Hermosa Beach, who spoke on beach and March dinner and wine testing fund rais-
ready for the tree at Nancy Weber water safety. Also this summer, Jeanne er was held. The five course gourmet
Ulerick's, KK '68, Ponte Verda home. Jones and Irene Harter led bridge lessons meal was accompanied by wines from
The fellowship was great as we all for any member who has not yet learned various California vineyards.
learned a new craft, reported Candy
Kirkwood Colyer. Installation of officers for '84-'85 was
on the East Bay Alumnae calendar in ear-
Our Founders' Day luncheon found ly April. New officers include president
members at Jacksonville's Timuquana Laura Bloom Doyle, Lambda Iota; vice
Country Club where new RVPIII Nancy president Jocelyn Herrick, Sigma; treas-
Bowers gave an inspiring speech. With urer Stacy Campos, Alpha Sigma; and
the skyline of the city on the horizon of secretary Mary Tominaga Lindquist,
the St. John's River, they had an auction Sigma.
of crafts and other goodies. It was a very
successful fund raiser, one the chapter Also in April was a dinner to honor the
hopes to expand and continue this year. Sigma seniors and induct them into alum-
nae status. The dinner was held at the
With the nearest collegiate chapter, Alumni House on the U-C Berkeley
Gamma Omicron, the University of Flor- campus.
ida, 1% hours away, it takes a little extra
effort and coordination to help. In April, MUNCIE
President Candy Kirkwood Colyer, KK
'67, was guest speaker at the Annual Sen- Celebrate!! This was the theme of the
ior Luncheon. The installation of seniors Muncie Area Alumnae programs during
into alumnae status then took place at the past year. This year started with its
the lovely Gamma Omicron house. The annual carry-in where members "cele-
spring ritual meeting and installation of brated" international sisterhood by bring-
officers was set at the home of Ann Corn- ing a foreign dish and an AOII alumnae.
well Perry, Lambda Sigma, '38. Maria
Conovers, Gamma Omicron's current In October we "celebrated" the future
with a presentation/hands-on computer
workshop reported Tamra Snyder Red-


den. The meeting was held at a local high luncheon. The beautiful 80 degree weath- Robbins Burns, Kappa Kappa, president,
school and presented by an area alum er and tropical setting was perfect for re- and Karen Van Dyke Watson, Kappa
with computer experience. As usual in flecting on what AOII means to each Theta, corresponding secretary.
November, members held a holiday auc- person.
tion. This time edibles were the only Alumnae were busy last fall increasing
items for sale. The March meeting was highlighted by membership by 20 percent and preparing
a demonstration from a "Color-Me-Beau- for the annual Holiday Boutique Auction
Founders' Day was "celebrated" with tiful" representative who "did the colors" in November which netted $500. In Janu-
Kappa Kappa chapter at a catered salad for many of our members. ary they had a guest speaker from the
buffet. After dinner members joined to- Women's Transitional Living Center, a
gether in a memorial service for late sis- The final meeting of the spring was in shelter for battered and abused women.
ters Jeanne Reiche and Nila Ervin. May when we installed an enthusiastic They have subsequently begun support-
group of new officers and participated in ing the shelter as one of their philan-
In April the Kappa Kappa seniors were ritual, reported Pamela Barnes. thropic projects.
guests as alumnae "celebrated" their suc-
cess at a dessert carry-in. A mid-summer beach party with hus- This summer members painted and
bands and friends added to a calendar decorated a room in addition to their
As a final "celebration," they held a full of sisterhood and fun. continued collection of clothing and oth-
birthday party and present auction. Each er needed items.
alumnae wrapped their white elephant as NORTHERN ORANGE COUNTY
a birthday gift. True to expectation, the At Founders' Day, Carol Lamar was
prettier the package the higher the bid. Northern Orange County Alumnae awarded a Certificate of Achievement for
Chapter celebrated its 10th Anniversary her outstanding contributions to our
The proceeds are a portion of its phil- on June 12, with a cake and champagne alumnae chapter. Carol also made the
anthropic budget. party at the home of Laura Bepler Wheel- first presentation of the Mary Lou Ebner
er, Sigma. Charter members present were Scholarship to collegian, Kelly Kam, Sig-
MEMPHIS Carole Bloom Dovala, Karen Van Dyke ma. Mary Lou Burkhart Ebner was a
Watson, Carol Stich Lamar, all Kappa member of the alumnae chapter who died
The Memphis Alumnae Chapter met at Theta, Lois Deardorff Foreman, Kappa at the age of 28 with a brain tumor.
Kathy Williams' house for a final summer Kappa, Janie Kesting Crawford, Nu
cookout and to make plans for the com- Lambda, and Kay Dooly Daughtery, The $500 scholarship, established by
ing year. Kappa Theta. Mary Lou's husband, will be awarded an-
nually to a Region VIII collegian or
To welcome the collegians back to the Charter members were given a rose alumnae in the field of education or so-
Kappa Omicron chapter at Rhodes Col- and a Rose Award Certificate. Kay Doo- cial services.
lege (new name—was Southwestern), a ly Daugherty was presented a rose stick
picnic was held in September. pin in honor of serving as the first presi- EVANSVILLE-TRI STATE
dent of the NOC Alumnae Chapter and Evansville-Tri State Alumnae Chapter
Raising money for the alumnae chapter being instrumental in its founding.
will be the goal of the October bake and is ready for an interesting and busy new
garage sale. November should take the The chapter received an Alumnae 1984-85 year with new officers.
alumnae back to their college days, with Chapter Achievement Award at the Re-
a Vanderbilt (Nu Omicron) graduate of gion VIII Leadership Conference held in They include: president, Kathy Lawson
the 1920s recalling the exciting times of June at the Sigma chapter house at U.C.- Bartelt, Chi Lambda; 1st vice president,
the chapters from past years. Berkeley. Attending the LC were Julie Susan Graham McDowell, Beta Phi; 2nd

December and January will see the
alumnae busy caroling at a local retire-
ment home, and then gearing up for the
Founders' Day activities. The next two
months will involve officer elections,
with the new officers getting to experi-
ence the revitalization of Beale Street and
the blues music of W. C. Handy.

The seniors at Kappa Omicron chapter
will again be involved in the alumnae ac-
tivities with a cookout and "Senior
Send-off" before their graduation.

Summer activities for the alumnae in-
cluded a "Sun Run" on July 14, and spon-
sored by Lakeside Hospital and benefit-
ted the Arthritis Foundation. There was a
four-mile "Sun Run" and a one-mile "Fun
Run," with grand prizes including a two-
night stay at the Hyatt of Memphis. Tro-
phies will also be awarded to the three
top finishers in each age group. What a
great way to lose that extra little weight
and benefit the Arthritis Foundation too,
reported Susan Shubert, Nu Omicron

HONOLULU Northern Orange County Alumnae Chapter President Julie Robbins Burns, Kappa Kappa, Ball
1984 is shaping up to be a great year State, and K a y D o o l y Daugherty, K a p p a Theta '60, U C L A , first president of the alumnae chapter,
prepare to cut a cake decorated with roses to celebrate the chapter's 10th anniversary.
for AOIls in Honolulu. The year started
with the annual January Founders' Day


THE FINEST es. Tau chapter reported awards for also on the agenda for the fall, added
PECANS! Campus Carnival participation and indi- Cindy Swartfager.
vidual honors.
• For FUND RAISING Maria Gonzales McLellan, Kappa Tau
• For BUSINESS GIFTS The 1984-85 program began in August '74, recently received the F. Poche
• For PERSONAL USE with a picnic at Minnehaha Falls, planned Waguespack Award from the New Or-
by Debbie Sit, followed on September 18, leans Real Estate Board. Maria had the
Meaty, flavorful new crop pecans, all by a pot luck supper with an 'As We highest volume of all transactions both
picked with care from our Georgia Were" program. The pledge reception, residential and commercial sales and leas-
groves, processed a n d shipped fresh with a Big Sister surprise, will be given es for 1983. Her transactions totaled
from our spotless plant. on October 16, reported Wilma Smith nearly $56 million! Dorothy Robinson re-
ACE PECAN is y o u r d i r e c t s o u r c e for a Leland. ceived the Alumnae Leadership Award
c o m p l e t e variety of n u t m e a t s — for Region VII. Dorothy is alumnae treas-
walnuts, pislachios, almonds, cashews, Founders' Day comes in November in urer, corporation treasurer, as well as
b r a z i l s a n d m i x e d nuts. There is n o t h i n g Minneapolis because of the University of Kappa Tau's financial adviser!
in your local grocery store that com- Minnesota's scheduling. The program TERRE HAUTE
aares in size, quality a n d just-picked will be a Who's Who Among Alumnae.
reshness! Since seated dinners are popular in the The Terre Haute Alumnae Chapter
winter, January's hostess is Mrs. Carrie was well represented at the Louisville Re-
WRITE FOR FREE INFORMATION! Oldstead on the 15th. gion IV Leadership Conference by four
B r o c h u r e . W h o l e s a l e Prices. " H o w To members.
Sell" Brochure, and SAMPLE OFFER. A couples' party is planned for Feb. 26,
Learn how organizations profit with with announcement of the winner of the One of the goals for Glenna Timmons,
our fund-raising program! Gourmet Dinner, the benefit for the Ar- alumnae chapter president, is renewing
thritis Foundation, being made that the Kappa Alpha Alum Homecoming
Ninth a n d Harris Street night. Special programs of interest to Luncheon. Area alumnae are making a
young members and to Tau's seniors will special effort to contact their pledge sis-
D e p t . 775 take place on March 19, and April 16. ters and close AOII friends. The event is
The latter is the annual senior reception set for Oct. 20, at 11:30 a.m. in the West-
P.O. Box 65 and welcome into the Minneapolis Alum- ern Ribeye Restaurant. Reservations can
Cordele, Georgia 31015 nae Chapter. The hostess is Mrs. Lois be sent to Pam Leonard, RR 51, Box
Call TOLL FREE 1-800-323-0775 Golding. Spring luncheon and Tau's cor- 664L, Terre Haute, IN 47805.
poration meeting will take place on
D e p t . 775 May 11. A buffet dinner at Stanifer's was the
site for the September meeting. In Octo-
vice president, Becky Creech Nimnicht, This year a special effort will be made ber members will entertain Kappa Alpha
Chi Lambda; treasurer, Anne Pampe to organize members from other AOII pledges. Cancer awareness is the topic for
Schleper, Chi Lambda; corresponding chapters into congenial groups. Call Lois the November meeting and in December
secretary, Ginny Meyer Kreke, Chi Golding, president, 933-3553, for infor- members will join the collegians at Kappa
Lambda; recording secretary, Janet mation about the alumnae chapter. Alpha for a Founders' Day observance.
Walsh Stevenson, Chi Lambda, MIF
chairman, Rita Mendenhall Mengon, HAMMOND (More reports on page 47.)
Beta Phi; membership chairman, Janie What a way to end the spring semester
Mengon Bernhardt, Chi Lambda; histori- Chicago West Suburban Alumnae Chapter
an and reporter to TO DRAGMA, Pam than by inducting the graduating seniors members Lynda Kerzic Given, Omega, left,
Adams Pepper, Chi Lambda; philan- into alumnae status! That's exactly what and Sandy Meyer Jelm, Iota, were among
thropic chairman, Becky Admire, Chi the Hammond alumnae did! many chapter members who worked on the re-
Lambda; Panhellenic delegate, Sandy cent charity garage sale to benefit the A O I I
Baechle Raben, Beta Phi, and Chi Lamb- On May 1, eight graduating seniors Philanthropic Foundation.
da chapter liaison officer, Toni Reitz, Chi from Kappa Tau chapter were ready to
Lambda. take on the duties of an alumna. 35

Chapter officers attended Leadership This year the Hammond alumnae are
Conference at the University of Louis- excited about their philanthropic pro-
ville. jects. From selling buttons and raffling
off an afghan at International Conven-
Tentative plans for the year will in- tion, to cooking for the collegians at their
clude a repeat of a successful Gourmet rush workshops, to selling gifts to the Big
Dinner which was held as a money raiser Sisters at the annual boutique, more than
early this year. $800 was raised for the AOII Philanthrop-
ic Foundation! We were especially excited
We concluded the spring with a rum- at Region VII's Leadership Conference
mage sale added Rita Mendenhall Men- when we received the Alumnae Philan-
gon, Beta Phi. thropic Award, Mickey Rodriguez said.

MINNEAPOLIS In April, alumnae had a wonderful
Spring luncheon at the historic Nicollet time getting together for the Third Annu-
al Alumnae Champagne Party and at-
Inn concluded Minneapolis Alumnae tending the Kappa Tau Spring Formal in
Chapter's year. Patricia Belois who had New Orleans. The alumnae are presently
been in China with a group of lawyers preparing for a busy fall. With rush and
gave a slide program of people and plac- Big/Lil Sister Week past, the alums are
busy preparing food and gifts. Monthly
meetings as well as plans for a get togeth-
er with the new Kappa Tau pledges are

XB adds new member

Alpha Omicron Pi's Executive Board The new board member is a free lance
has appointed Mary Lee McCammon artist. Her clients have been as varied as
Williams to complete a board term left the assignments. She has done newspaper
vacant with the resignation last spring of ads, brochures, book designs and many
Marilyn Rose Herman. cover illustrations. She designed the logo
for the recent Leadership Conferences.
Mary has served as regional vice presi-
dent for Region IV as well as regional fi- Mary has served as a troop leader for
nance officer from 1978 to 1980. She also the Girl Scouts and a den mother for the
has served her region as regional nomina- Cub Scouts. She has served on numerous
tions chairman. PTA and church committees and boards.

Her service to AOTI began right after During her collegiate years as a mem-
her graduation from the University of ber of Phi chapter she served as her
Kansas. She began as pledge adviser for pledge class president and was named
Phi chapter before she and her husband Honor Initiate for the highest grade
Bob moved to Bloomington, Ind. point average. She also was Phi's frater-
nity education officer, rush chairman,
Mary has been active in the and vice president and pledge trainer.
Bloomington-Normal Alumnae Chapter
and has served as treasurer, vice presi- Mary and her husband have three
dent and president of the group. For Beta children: Jennifer, 17; Steven 15, and
Lambda chapter at Illinois Wesleyan, she Eric, 10.
has served terms as pledge, rush, fraterni-
ty education, chapter and financial AOII's newest member of the Executive Board
adviser. is M a r y M c C a m m o n W i l l i a m s , Phi '58, U n i -
versity of Kansas.

Executive Board members met for a semi-annual meeting in conjunction with the dedication of the Phi chapter house at the University of Kansas. T h e
board includes, left to right, Barbara Daugs Hunt, Phi Delta; Melanie Nixon Doyle, Lambda Sigma; K a y Sutherlin, Theta; Virginia Banks (Int'l. Presi-
dent) Pi Kappa; Helen McMahon, Rho; Teri Thomas Anderson, Theta Omega; Sue Edmunds Lewis, (Administrative Director), T a u Delta; Mary
M c C a m m o n Williams, P h i , and Peg Kramer C r a w f o r d , Iota. T h e directors attended Leadership Conferences set in each region during the last spring
and summer.


Alpha Omicron Pi tHrectorvj

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

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Jessie Wallace Hugan Ginger Banks (College correspondence should be directed to 2nd
Helen St. Clair Mullan (Mrs. George V.) Alternate)
Stella George Stem Perry (Mrs. George H.) National Panhellenic Conference Delegate
Elizabeth Heywood Wyman Philanthropic Foundation Director AOn D E L E G A T E S
Liaison With: NPC Delegates
"The Founders were members of Alpha Chapter at Delegate: Janie Callaway (George) O
Barnard College of Columbia University and all are Headquarters Staff Westlands
deceased. Constitution Interpretation and 1284 Burgundy Place
Knoxville, T N 37919
PAST INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENTS Revision Committee 615/584-6609
Rituals, Traditions & Jewelry
Katrina O . McDonald (NO) 1925-1927 1st Alternate: M a r y Louise Roller (George) ATI
Edith Huntington Anderson (B4>) 1933-1937 Committee Box 933
Dorothy Bruniga Dean (P) 1943-1946 Parliamentarian M t . Dora, FL 32757
M a r y Louise Filer Roller (All) 1955-1957 Nominations Committee 904/383-6376
Nancy Moyer McCain (P) 1957-1959 Fraternity Development Comet.
Wilma Smith Leland (T) 1959-1961 2nd Alternate: Peg C r a w f o r d , I
Jessie M a r i e Senor Cramer (4>) 1961-1963 VICE PRESIDENT/OPERATIONS: (See Executive Board Listing)
Ruth Lee Leichtamer ( 6 * ) 1963-1965
Jessie M c A d a m Larned (T) 1965-1967 Teri Anderson 3rd Alternate: Ginger Banks, IIK
Carolyn Huey Harris (AS) 1967-1969 (See Executive Board Listing)
Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy (IA) 1971-1973 Regional Operations
Janirae Linebaugh Callaway (0) 1975-1976 Approval of Number of RDs in each INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
Norma Marshall Ackel ( K 6 ) 1976-1979
Joan Deathe MacCallum ( K * ) 1979-1981 Region Alpha Omicron Pi
Liaison With: Intl. Leadership Conference 3821 Cleghorn Avenue
EXECUTIVE BOARD Nashville, T N 37215
Chairman 615/383-1174
President Budget Committee member
Ginger Banks, U K STAFF
3108 West Terrace Drive Administrative Director: Sue Lewis T A
Austin, T X 78731 Peg Crawford Accountant: Ann Reynolds, NO
512/454-8572 Office Manager: Sandra Click
Extension Receptionist/Secretary: Charlotte Sharpe, NO
Vice President/Operations Chapter Services Coordinator: Becky Pena, K I I
Ten Anderson (Mark) 9 0 Regional Extension Officers Public Relations Coordinator: Diane Douglass, 0
Bookkeeper: Ben Hollins
314 E. Viola VICE PRESIDENT/FINANCE: Membership Secretary: Mary A n n Caldwell, TA
Casa Grande, A Z 85222 Printing/Shipping: Kim McCord
602/836-6735 Kay Sutherlin
Loan Committee Chairman Chapter Consultants: Mari Cole, A l l
Vice President/Development Budget Committee Chairman Linda Davis, EA
Peg C r a w f o r d (Richard C.) I Philanthropic Foundation Director Jill Eggebraaten, AI
Regional Finance Officers Sandy Jones, TO
9113 S. Massasoit Avenue Development Fund Therese McKee, T
Oak Lawn, IL 60453 Liaison With: Management Account Cindy Swartzfager, K T
Intl. Corporations Supervisor INTERNATIONAL STANDING
Vice President/Finance
Kay Sutherlin (Stephen) 0 D I R E C T O R : Melanie Doyle COMMITTEES

2239 Rome Drive Collegiate Department ALUMNAE COMMITTEES
Indianapolis, I N 46208 Rush Membership: Susan Davies Holtkamp (Phillip) 0
317/293-0894 Chapter Consultant Program
Chapter Assistance Fund 1115 Solana Drive
Directors Liaison With: Perry Award Committee Del Mar, C A 92014
Melanie Doyle, AE Loan Committee Member 619/755-7732
Programming: Judy Larson Knecht (John) P
2624 Arkansas Valley Drive D I R E C T O R : Barbara Hunt 510 Rosedale Drive
Little Rock. A R 72212 Thiensville. W I 53092
501/225-8427 Alumnae Department 414/242-3955
Barb Hunt (Cecil) * A Philanthropic Foundation President Chairman: Phyllis Casteel Gilson (Stanley) £4>
930--17th Avenue Liaison With: Alumnae Programming Chrm. 6628 Woodlake Avenue
Grafton. W I 53024 Canoga Park, C A 91307
414/377-7766 Alumnae Membership Chrm. 213/887-9344
Diamond Jubilee Foundation
7432 Colshire Drive. #5 D I R E C T O R : Helen McMahon REVISION (CIRC)
McLean, V A 22102 Chairman: Susan Elder, BP
703/893-4746 Special Projects Assistance
Loan Committee Member 6065 Carriage Hill Drive
Mary Williams (Robert) * Liaison With: Intl. Convention Chrm. East Lansing, M I 48823
1133 East Monroe 517/351-5270
Bloomington, IL 61701 Intl. Historian
309/829-3656 Heritage Society 37
100th Anniversary Comte.

D I R E C T O R : Mary Williams

Training Methods and Materials
Convention Seminars
Leadership Conference Seminars
Liaison With: Membership Education Comte.

Collegiate Programming Comte.
Intl. Scholarship Chairman

Patricia "Pat" Cowley Hardy (James) r E COMMITTEE Chairman: Jessie Marie Senor Cramer (Wesley) 4>
Chairman: Wilma Smith Leland, T
531 Pine Valley Road 8830 Delmar
Marietta. G A 30067 4339 Minnetonka Boulevard, A p t . 310-A Prairie Village, KS 66207
404/955-4531 Minneapolis, M N 55416 913/648-5335
Edith H u n t i n g t o n Anderson (Arthur K.) B4> SCHOLARSHIP President: Barbara Daugs Hunt (Cecil) 4>A
Dr. M a r i l y n Lee Fans, 8 (See Executive Board Listing)
836 S. Henderson, A p t . 1 Ruby Fund Chairman: Marianne Davis Carton (W.
Bloomington, I N 47401 1810 N o r t h 7th Street A.) T
812/336-1996 Terre Haute, In 47804
812/232-1905 1262 Upas Street
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410 Club Lane Summer Address—4/15-11/1
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602/969-0114 HERITAGE SOCIETY 1600 Royal Boulevard
Chairman: Norma Marshall Ackel (August) KG Glendale, C A 91207
Chairman: lanet Fellwock, K K 5340 Yarmouth Avenue, A p t . #308
Encino, C A 91316 Scholarship Chairman: Karen Thomas Tucker
320 Tall Oaks Drive 213/345-5199 (James) AA
404/922-2162 Ingrid Latimer Schultz (Carl, Jr.) BA 500 E. 77th Street, A p t . 1815
1700 Lake Avenue New York, N Y 10162
NOMINATIONS Wilmette, II 60091 212/879-5814
Chairman: Jean M a r c y Sells (Arthur) Z 312/256-0472

29 Parker Road
Framingham, M A 01701


Vice President: Carmel Gabriele Kaiser (Martin) * , 115 Bosley Avenue, Cockeysville, M D 21030, 301/666-7756
Extension Officer: Kris Lambert Burfeind (William) * K , 1275 Clearview Circle, Allentown, P A 18103, 215/437-7944
Finance Officer: M a r y Batman Converse (John) * K , 4916 Chanticleer Avenue, Annandale, V A 22003, 703/978-9617
Rush Officer: Debra Garside Clark (Stephen) T, 54 Yarmouth Road, Gray, M E 04039, 207/657-3796

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Maryke M , Loos, B T , 50 Cordova Ave.,
Beta Tau Cathy DeLeeuw, 24 Madison Avenue, T o - Arlene Drago, B T , 39 Richview Road,
University of ronto, Ontario, Canada M5R 2S1, 416/ #1407, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada M 9 A #2007, Islington, Ontario, Canada M 9 A
Toronto 922-3646 4M7, 416/243-8685 4X6, 416/239-7297
Lisa Disher, TA, 3949 Wilcoxson Drive, Fair-
Chi Beta Jane Lee Wehland, University of Virginia, Nancy Herlihy, HA, 456 S. Wayne A v e . , fax, V A 22031, 703/323-6877
University of Box 439, Newcomb Hall Station, Char- A p t . 3, Waynesboro, V A 22980, 804/978-
Virginia lottesville, V A 22901 4140 (H) 703/949-8213 (O) Karen Gossard Price (J. Frederick) ET, P.O.
Box 92, 104 W . Campus Avenue, Chester-
Delta Chi M a r y Butler, 324 Wyoming Road, Newark, Katherine Thackrah. AX, 9 Allandale Dr., town, M D 21620, 301/778-1163
University of DE 19711, 302/368-5358 A p t . J-20, Newark. DE 19713, 302/738-
Delaware 0406 Lisa Disher
Franci Coombes, Epsilon Alpha Chapter of
Epsilon Alpha A l p h a O m i c r o n Pi, 15 S. Heister Hall, Patricia Rhine Antolosky, EA, 620 Toftrees Linda M a r t i n McLaughlin (George) A 6 , 16
Pennsylvania State University Park, PA 16802, 814/865-7863 Ave., #158, State College, PA 16803, Bailey St., Trumbull, C T 06611, 203/268-
University 814/238-6577 5880
Mary Anne Clark, U M O , AOII Penobscot
Gamma Hall, Orono, ME 04469, 207/947-7761 Kimberly Downing, T, 25 Nevins Street, Deane Waters, A T , 2000 S. Eads Street,
University of Portland, M E 04013, 207/761-5860 #1213, Arlington, V A 22202, 703/685-
Maine-Orono 0159
A n n Conlon, G M U , Student Union Bldg., Patty Humphrey Milner, TA, 9922 Fairfax
Gamma Alpha 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, V A 22030, Square, #94, Fairfax, V A 22031, 703/273- M a r y Jean Walnock Polaski (Frederick) A X ,
George Mason 703/978-6386 7647 32 Georgian Circle, Newark, DE 19711,
University 302/368-8235
Chrissie Newell, 104 Carriage House Apart- Donna Steibel, PB, 1345 Bluejay Dr., Pitts-
Gamma Beta ments, Indiana, PA 15701, 412/349-6954 burgh, PA 15243, 412/279-3616 Karen Gossard Price
Indiana Univ. of
Pennsylvania Kathleen O ' M a r a , Lehigh University, Box F- Freddie Kalil Schutten (Terry) TA, 8 College M a r y Jean Walnock Polaski
41, Bethlehem, PA 18015 View Ct., RD 1, Schnecksville, PA 18078,
Lambda Upsilon 215/799-4620 Deane Waters
Lehigh University Tara DuBois, ESU, AOTI, Phi Beta Box 882,
East Stroudsburg, P A 18301, 717/424- Peggy Wells Z y w i c k i (Joseph) * B , 1853 Hay Maryke Loos
Phi Beta 4117 Terrace, Easton, PA 18042, 215/252-2869
East Stroudsburg Linda Martin McLaughlin
University Wendy Seher, 4517 College Avenue, College A n n Johnson, TIA, 6010 Springhill Dr.,
Park, M D 20740, 301/927-9871 #103, Greenbelt, M D 20770, 301/441-
Pi Delta 4665 (H) 927-4370 (O)
University of A n g i e T i m p a n a r o , 17 M a p l e Street,
Maryland Oneonta, N Y 13820, 607/432-4271 Eleanor Brown Hickein (Fred) EX, 82 Elm
St., Oneonta, NY 13820, 607/432-6596
Sigma Chi Chris Latsko, SRU, 150 Towers, Slippery
Hartwick College Rock, PA 16057, 412/794-9918 LuAnn McCullough, EP, RD # 1 , Rural Val-
ley, PA 16249, 412/783-7531 (H) 545-2036
Sigma Rho (O)
Slippery Rock


Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Lisa Disher
Sigma Tau Kristin Sichelstiel, Washington College, Joyce M c K a y Davis (Lee) ET, R D 2, P.O. Deane Waters
Washington College Chestertown, M D 21620, 301/778-9882 Box 133A, Chestertown, M D 21620, 301/ M a r y Jean Walnock Polaski
Tau Lambda Colony Michelle Little, SU, AOII Colony, Cumber-
Shippensburg land Union Bldg., Shippensburg, PA Joan Covey, E X , Director of Employee Re-
University 17257, 717/532-0970 lations, Shippensburg University, Ship-
pensburg, PA 17257, 717/532-1161
Theta Pi Janice O G o n n o r , W C , Harbor View Hall,
Wagner College Room 806, 631 Howard Avenue, Staten Lisa Mayercik, en, 423 Rellim Drive, O l d
Island, NY 10301, 212/390-3472 Bridge, NJ 08857, 201/679-5018

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Baltimore Philadelphia
Boston Alexandra M . Reeder, ET, 708 Camberley Circle, Jeanne Comer Guiliano (Michael) EA, 240
Charleston, W V A Apt. B-3, Baltimore, M D 21204, 301/296-7713 Pittsburgh Ashbourne Road, Elkins Park, PA 19117, 215/635-
Greater Allentown/ Richmond, V A Colony 3258
Carolyn Wellington, <i>, 1870 Beacon St., House 6, Rochester Colony
Bethlehem Apt. 4, Brookline, M A 02146, 617/232-6835 Maureen Leary Mamula (Milan) TB, 1411 Meadow-
Greater Harrisburg South Jersey lark Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15243, 412/276-7589
Greater Hartford Colony Carolyn McCabe Miller (David) 611, 916 Miller Southern Connecticut
Street, Allentown. PA 18103, 215/437-0088 State College Ruth Whitehead Shorter (Charles) 12, 10908 Savoy
Greater Portland Road, Richmond, V A 23235, 703/272-5213
Long Island Katherine Bitner LaBrie, EA, 1925 Princeton Avenue, Syracuse
Camp Hill, PA 17011, 717/737-2188 Toronto Valerie Bickterman M u r p h y (Cornelius) T, 1142
Montreal Woodboro Farms, Webster, N Y 14580, 716/872-
New Jersey Susan Metz Williams (Wayne) IE, 214 Monroe Virginia Tidewater Area 2796
New Jersey-New York Street, Hartford, CT 06114, 203/278-5765 Washington, D.C.
Wilmington Carol Braun McLaughlin (John) EA, 705 Pomona
Metro Area Colony Shawn Jahnke Cohen, T, 3 O l d Canton Road, Can- Avenue, Haddonfield. NJ 08033, 609/547-5030
Northern Virginia ton, C T 06019, 203/693-0871
Ottawa Cicely Desilver Hindenach (Lee) EA, 158 Linden Tree
Nancy Pistaki Chard (Thomas) T, 830 Washington Road, Wilton, CT 06897, 203/762-1969
Avenue, Portland, ME 04103, 207/774-0475
Anne Hinkel Rohrbach (Bruce) T B , 619 East Fair-
Singhild Larsen Noble (Gerard) 911, 20 West Lincoln mount Avenue, State College, PA 16801, 814/237-
Avenue, Valley Stream, Long Island, N Y 11580, 1920
M a r j o r i e Turrell Julian (Joseph) EX, 217 Highbridge,
Helen Megan, K4>, 611 Belmont, Westmount, Que- Fayetteville, NJ 13066, 315/637-5460
bec, Canada H3Y 2W1, 514/484-6700
Dianna Taylor Pressey (Donald) LTA, 1898 Beech-
Louise Mescia Lamb (Tom) N 6 , 271 Berkeley Road, knoll Avenue, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L4W
River Edge, NJ 07661, 210/265-9789 2G3, 416/625-5252

Kay Kettering Welch, 611, 1011 Richmond Road, Huldah Slagle Clark (Harold) B * , 2508 Johnston
Staten Island, N Y 10304, 212/720-S449 Court, Virginia Beach, V A 23454, 804/481-3905

Linda Peters Collier (Charles) X O , 7840 Attleboro Michael A n n Wells, LT.A, 17 Kentbury Way, Bethes-
Drive, Springfield, V A 22153, 703/455-9743 da, M D 20814, 202/654-5790

Ethel Ferguson Swail (James) K 4 \ 18 Kilbarry Cres- Lisa C. Zack, A X , 4815 O l d Capital Trail. A p t . 314.
cent, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K l K 0G8, 613/ Wilmington, DE 19808, 302/995-1940

I-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:

Lisa Disher—Richmond Colony. State College. Virginia Tidewater.
Maryke Loos—Montreal, Ottawa, Rochester Colony, Syracuse, Toronto.
Linda Martin McLaughlin—Boston, Southern Connecticut, Hartford Colony, Pittsburgh, Portland.
M a r y Jean Walnock Polaski—Long Island, New Jersey. New York-New Jersey Metro Area Colony, South Jersey.
Karen Gossard Price—Baltimore, Greater Allentown/Bethlehem, Philadelphia, Wilmington.
Deane Waters—Greater Harrisburg, Northern Virginia, Washington. D.C.


Vice President: Charlene "Char" Brown Potter (Warren) B r , 1468 Briarmeadow Drive, Worthington. O H 43085, 614/888-0695
Extension Officer: Joanne "Jo" Nelson N o w a k (Edmund) B r , 17288 Tremlett, Fraser, M I 48026, 313/791-3914
Finance Officer: Sandra "Sandy" Obeshaw Slee (Lynn) B r , 7020 Fhaner Highway. Potterville, M I 48876, 517/645-2791
Rush Officer: Susan Bailey A d a i r (James). TO. 772 Chelsea A v e . . Bexley, O H 43209, 614/237-9106

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Julie Dornfeld, 3017 N . Chevrolet, Flint, M l
GM1 Colony Maryln Guenoff Lawrence (Gordon) B r , Fadwa "Fudge" Haney Skaff (George) 0 * ,
GM1 Engineering & 48504, 313/235-3892 1390 Kennebec R d „ Grand Blanc, M I 2674 Drummond Rd., Toledo, O H 43606.
Management Institute 48439, 313/694-8171 419/535-7092
Kathy Shakro, 300 Zimmerman Street, New
Kappa Delta Carlisle, O H 45344, 513/845-8533 Nancy March Andrews ( D . M . ) SI, 7907 Betsy Payne Watson, SIS. 3104 Soverign
Wright State Northland Ct., Dayton, O H 45415, 513/ Drive, Cincinnati, O H 45239, 513/741-
University Sandee Burns, 116 W . Highland, A d a , O H 890-1811 7847
45810-1385, 419/634-9157
Kappa Pi Patricia Obert, K U , 224 North Gilbert St., Fadwa "Fudge" Haney Skaff
Ohio Northern Ada, O H 45810, 419/634-7695
Amy Gultice, Miami University, Richard Alice DeBuino Schuette (Robert) Q, 489 Ellen Kinch Macy (Jeff) I , 5601 Chimney Cir-
Omega Hall, Box 180-C, O x f o r d , O H 45056, 513/ White Oak Dr., Oxford, O H 45056, 513/ cle, A p t . I D , Kettering, O H 45440, 513/
Miami 529-3684 523-5282 439-5920
Michele Clemmons, 800 O x f o r d , A n n A r - M a r y Jane Hogan, O i l , 1255 Indian M o u n d Fadwa "Fudge" Haney Skaff
Omicron Pi bor, M I 48104, 313/994-5572 West Birmingham, M l 48010, 313/642-
University of 1235


Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director

Phi Delta Kelley Harder, University of Wisconsin-Mil- Lee Perrier Breese (David) * A , 12405 W . Pat V i o n i Benson (Robert) B3>, 435 Bunker
University of waukee, Phi Delta Chapter of AOII, Hickory Road, New Berlin, W I 53151, Hill Dr., Brookfield, W I 53005, 414/782-
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Union Box #6, Milwaukee, WI 53211, 414/786-8089 1711
Tau Christine Casper, T, 9012 17th Avenue, So., Pat Vioni Benson
University of M a r y Klein, 1121 5th Street, SE, Minneapo- Bloomington. M N 55420, 612/854-8375
Minnesota lis, M N 55414, 612/623-9140

Theta Psi Jean Schultz, 2909 W . Central Avenue, Tole- Barbara Gilbert Kormanyos (Kenneth) 9 * , Ellen Kinch Macy
University of do, O H 43606, 419/535-7821 418 Hillside Drive., Rossford, O H 43460,
Toledo 419/666-3453

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President

Ann Arbor Alice Cooley Forney (Steven) 4>A, 5537 Tanglewood Greater Kalamazoo Area Cheryl W h i t m a n TenBrink (Burton) K P , 704 Lynn
Drive, A n n Arbor, M l 48105, 313/761-5915 Colony Avenue, Kalamazoo, M I 49008, 616/382-5012

Cincinnati Georgana Taggart Power (Karl) 4>0, 3836 Country 'Greater Lansing Barbara Verral Stowitts (Douglas) B r , 5720 Academ-
Club Place, Cincinnati, O H 45208, 513/871-5264 ic Way, Haslett, M I 48840, 517/339-2808

"veland. East Dorothy Hartshorn Kortepeter (Ralph) A T , 13610 Macomb County Nancy Moyer McCain (Walter) P, 38775 Byriver
Shaker Blvd., A p t . 603, Cleveland, O H 44120, Madison Drive, M t . Clemens, M I 48043, 313/463-4124
Cleveland, West 216/561-4664 Milwaukee
Minneapolis/St. Paul Karyl Hoyle Andreoli (Clifford) P, 205 South Owen
Columbus, O H Phyllis Jaycox Kiss (Frank) £2, Cliff Towers, A p t . Toledo Drive, Madison, W I 53705, 608/231-2209
Dayton 26A, 2159 Wooster Rd., Rocky River, O H 44116, Youngstown
Dearborn 216/333-6637 Nancy Gifmore Fabrizio (Clyde) 4>A, 4442 N o r t h
Detroit North Suburban Murray, Milwaukee, W I 53211, 414/961-2246
Sue Bailey A d a i r (James) TO, 772 Chelsea Avenue,
Bexley, O H 43209, 614/237-9106 Lois Blair Golding (Gilbert) Z, 4620 Highland Road,
Minnetonka, M N 55343, 612/933-3553
Diane Matson Trifiro (Anthony) Z, 5904 Overbrook,
Centerville, O H 45459, 513/435-8090 Rebecca Braatz Bair (Lynn) 0 ¥ , 2831 Gracewood
Drive, Toledo, O H 43613, 419/474-1680
Sue Yagerlener Wozniak (Robert) BII, 20014
Sunbury, Livonia, M I 48152, 313/478-9776 Madelyn Silvestri Sell (Terrance) 4>A, 787 Squirrel
Hill Court, Youngstown, O H 44512, 216/758-73S5
Judy O r m s b y Bradley (Robert) B r , 2960 Rambling
Way, Bloomfield Hills, M I 48013, 313/334-2134

Hint Area Colony M a r y l n Guenoff Lawrence (Gordon) B r , 1390 Ken- Key Alums Jeanne Black (Donald) K P , 3012 Gibson Street. M i d -
Grand Rapids nebec Rd., Grand Blanc, M I 48439, 313/694-8171 Michigan land, M I 48640, 517/631-4165

Kathleen K a u f f m a n Snyder (David) K K , 1763 Wey- Wisconsin Alice Rath Aderman (Ralph) O * , 2302 E. New-
mouth, S.E., Grand Rapids, M I 49508, 616/455- berry, Milwaukee, W I 53211, 414/962-3804

n Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:

Pat Vioni Benson—Madison, Milwaukee, Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Ellen Kinch Macy—Cincinnati, Toledo, Youngstown.

Fadwa Haney Skaff—Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Detroit North Suburban, Hint Colony, Kalamazoo Colony. Greater Lansing, Macomb County, Grand Rapids.
Betsy Payne Watson—Cincinnati, Cleveland East, Cleveland West, Columbus, Dayton.


Vice President: Nancy Perry Bowers (Robert) N O , 728 Summerly Drive, Nashville, T N 37209, 615/352-8174
Extension Officer: M a r i o n Grassmuck Clouse (Stephen) X , 1530 86th Avenue, N . , St. Petersburg, FL 33702, 813/577-0861
Finance Officer: Linda Ekberg Blau ( A r t h u r ) , 12, 7913 Venetian Street, Miramar, FL 33023, 305/983-6381 (H) 776-5961 (O)
Rush Officer: Donna Reed Corbet (Todd) * K , 1252 Monroe Drive, N . E . , Atlanta, G A 30306, 404/876-0513

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Alpha Delta
University of Carol Thomason, University of Alabama, Delores White Rhodes (Doug) AA, 4913 10th Frankie Frazier Roberts (Lloyd) NB, P.O.
Alabama Drawer A - Z , University, A L 35486, 205/ Ave. E., Tuscaloosa, A L 35405, 205/758- Box 233, Clinton, MS 39056, 601/924-
Delta Delta 348-4900 7615 4120
Auburn University
Lyn Hunter, Auburn University, AOII Box, Patsy Faulk Vincent (Don) AA, P.O. Box Elizabeth Lester Donaldson (Joseph) T A ,
Delta Upsilon Dorm C, Auburn, A L 36849, 205/887- 2097, Auburn, A L 36830, 205/749-2277 3153 Malone Drive, Montgomery, A L
Duke Universitv 9615 36106 205/277-2776
Sue Reid M a t t e r n (William) X A , 2429 Rose-
Gamma Delta Lori Tansey, Duke University, Box 5225, wood Ct., Chapel H i l l . N C 27514 , 919/ Lisa Popham, AE, Rt. 2, Roper Mountain
University of Duke Station, Durham, N C 27706, 919/ 942-4308 Road, Greenville, SC 29607, 803/288-2837
South Alabama 942-4308 or 574/0195
Margaret H o o k Haig (James) N B , 2660 Rals-
Gamma Omicron Susan Figueroa, University of South Ala- ton Rd., Mobile, A L 36606, 205/478-8904 Elizabeth Lester Donaldson (Joseph) T A ,
University of bama, Gamma Delta Chapter of AOII, or 470-8757 3153 Malone Drive, Montgomery, A L
Florida P.O. Box U-1178, Mobile, A L 36688, 205/ 36106 205/277-2776
343-4110 Marilyn Renfroe Bush (Thomas) TO, 37 A
Gamma Sigma Grassy Lake Road, Archer, FL 32618, Judy Hildreth Jolly (Burke) AE, 1409 Raa
Georgia State Karen Wyngarden, 819 W . Panhellenic 904/495-2991 Avenue, Tallahassee, FL 32303, 904/385-
University Drive, Gainesville, FL 32601, 904/373- 4592 or 576-5181
4550 Debbie Snelling Doverspike, AE, 1629 Cam-
Kappa Gamma elot Circle, Tucker, G A 30084, 404/939- Debbie Harper Stillwell (Thomas) NO, 2039
Horida Southern Diana Roper, Georgia State University, Uni- 4163 or 656-2725 Castleman Drive, Nashville, T N 37215,
College versity Plaza, Box 540, Atlanta, G A 615/298-1885 or 256-6411
30303, 404/921-9434 Sandra Scoville Webb (Floyd) KT, 2437
40 Tanglewood Street. Lakeland, FL 33801, Judy Hildreth Jolly
Suzanne Jackson, Horida Southern College, 813/428-1512 or 665-6982
P.O. Box 4868, Lakeland, FL 33802, 813/
683-5521 Ext. 393 or 394

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director

Kappa Omicron Beth Willoughby, 2000 N . Parkway, Mem- Jenny Jenson, K O , 1049 Cabana Circle, E. Leslie Myers Lay (Jeff) 0 , 542 Ferguson Ave-
Rhodes College phis, T N 38112, 901/458-5669 #4, Memphis, T N 38107, 901/276-9000 or nue, Dyersburg, T N 38024, 901/285-7636
(Formerly Southwestern) 454-2426
at Memphis)
Melanie Williams, LaGrange College, P.O. Linder Bearden Snider (Ed) A X . 101 Lake- Carolyn Smith Diener (Thomas) BA, 1164
Lambda Chi Box 462, 601 Broad St., LaGrange, G A crest Dr., LaGrange, G A 30240, 404/882- Northwood Lake, Northport, A L 35401,
LaGrange College 30240-2999, 404/884-8144 5198 205/339-9726

Lambda Sigma Melisa Holmes, 1190 South Milledge Ave- M i s s y Read L e y p o l d t ( E d w i n ) IX, 132 Carolyn Smith Diener
University of nue, Athens, G A 30609-2400, 404/548- Ramblewood Place, Watkinsville, G A
Georgia 3366 30677, 404/769-7081 Debbie Harper Stillwell

MTSU Colony Lynnette Nancy, 1-7 Chelsea Place, M u r - Sissy Follis, 0 , 1907 Riverview Drive, M u r -
Middle Tennessee freesboro, T N 37130, 615/890-7673 freesboro, T N 37130, 615-893-3260
State University
Donna Brown, University of Mississippi, Debely Mathis Fenstermaker (Van) AC, Frankie Frazier Roberts
N u Beta P.O. Box 7987, University, MS 38677, Highway 6 East, O x f o r d , M S 38655, 6 0 1 / Carolyn Smith Diener
University of 601/234-2718 236-1904 Leslie Myers Lay
Mississippi Lisa Popham
Betsy Barringer, 2415 Kensington Place, Ann Johnson Nielson (Cal) NO, 811 Bosco- Frankie Frazier Roberts
Nu Omicron Nashville, T N 37212, 615/329-3760 vel, St., Nashville, T N 37206, 615/228- Debbie Harper Stillwell
Vanderbilt 8816 or 741-3651 Leslie Myers Lay
University Mary Beth Dunn, Lambuth College, Box
277, Jackson, T N 38301, 901/422^963 Melissa Bryan Dennison (Jim) SIO, 59 East
Omega Omicron University Parkway, Jackson, T N 38301,
Lambuth College Laura Hansen, 1531 W . Cumberland Ave- 901/668-6040
nue, Knoxville, T N 37916, 615/525-3752
Omicron Patricia Cosby, 0, 7708 Wilmington Drive,
University of Donna Hodges, Huntingdon College, Box Knoxville, T N 37919, 615/691-3614 or
Tennessee 58, Montgomery, A L 36106, 205/262-9430 588-0535

Sigma Delta Monna Daugette,. Birmingham Southern Mary Margaret Fife Kyser (George) TA,
Huntingdon College College, Box A-56, Birmingham, A L 1606 Limestone Court, Montgomery, A L
35254, 205/323-8545 35117, 205/277-6659
Tau Delta
Birmingham Southern Julie King, University of Tennessee at Mar- Sandra Johnson Dowell (William) TA, 3101
College tin, Box 126, Martin, T N 38238, 901/587- Andover Dr., Birmingham, A L 35243,
6817 205/969-1689
Tau Omicron
University of Adair Duncan Hardegree (Jim) TO, 431 Mc-
Tennessee at Gill St., Martin, T N 38237, 901/587-9885
Martha West, 805 Johnston Street, Green- Lucy A n n Scoggins Pake (Chris) Z ¥ , 113 Lisa Popham
Zeta Psi ville, N C 27834, 919/757-0769 Fairway Drive, Country Club Estates,
East Carolina Washington, N C 27889, 919-946-6474

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Athens Jackson
Atlanta Anna Pollock Bliss (Dwight) A£, 290 Cedar Springs Jacksonville Lynn McAlister, QO, 7 Sagewood Cove, Jackson. T N
Atlanta Tri-County Drive, Athens, G A 30605, 404/546-1786 38305, 901/668-6024 (H) 668-0800 (O)
Birmingham Knoxville
Shirley Allen Lee (C. C. Jr.) AL, 4526 Woodland Cir- Lakeland Area D o t t i e Juskowiak Liufau (James) TO, 7701
Charlotte, NC cle, Roswell, G A 30075, 404/993-8075 Martin Baymeadows Cr., W . , Unit 1161, Jacksonville, FL
Chattanooga Memphis 32216, 904/731-7186
Karin Pendley, A£, 4411 Bridle Bluff Drive, Stone Mobile
Columbia, T N Colony Mountain, G A 30083, 404/656-3593 or 292-0169 Montgomery Deborah Ward Ackerly (Don) T, 226 Hillcrest Drive,
Columbus, GA Nashville Knoxville, T N 37918, 615/687-4673
Decatur Area Colony A m y L. Gross, AA, 1027 B - l 30th Street, So., Bir- Orlando/Winter Park
Ft. Lauderdale Area mingham, A L 35205, 205/595-8508 or 326-5976 or Palm Beach County A n n Colvin Marshall (David) A n , 3204 Hilltop Ave-
326-5980 Shoals Area nue, Lakeland, FL 33603, 813/646-1167
Greater Jackson Area Tampa Bay Area
Colony Joyce Vietzke Allen (Melvin) 0 , 3513 Highview Triangle Betsy Brent Robinson (Bob) TO, Rt. 2, Box 10AA,
Road, Charlotte, NC 28210, 704/553-0331 Tuscaloosa Sharon, T N 38255, 901/456-2358
Greater Pensacola
Greater Pinellas Jo A n n Jones Wilkerson (William) A A , 306 Brady Debrah Engle, TO, 2095 Westchester Circle, A p t . 3,
Huntsviile Point Road, Signal Mountain, T N 37377, 615/886- Memphis, T N 38134, 901/388-8302
Brenda Waters O'Brien (Charles) TA, 2809 Coronado
Catharine Browder Ledbetter (Marshall, Jr.) NO, 17 Court, Mobile, A L 36609, 205/666-3875
Pulaski Pike, Columbia, T N 38401 615/388-8223
Diane Forsythe, A A , 3513 A u d u b o n Road, #10,
Beverly Jones M a r i o n (Phillip) A A , 3454 Ethel A v e - Montgomery. A L 36111, 205/262-7766 or 288-4425
nue, Columbus, G A 31906, 404/324-3857
Millie M i l a m M u r p h y , NO, 1103 Nichol Lane, Nash-
Lynda Hyde, A K , 2404 Crestview Drive, SE, Deca- ville, T N 37205, 615/269-6563
tur, A L 35601, 205/350-3565
Joni Johnston-Meyers, TO, 3154 Foxwood Drive,
Penny Giragosian Ritenbaugh (Lee) TO, 8877 N . W . A p o p k a , FL 32703, 305/862-7959
28th Drive, #3, Coral Springs, FL 33065, 305/752-
1960 Georgia Gaskin Black (Charles) ATI, 5113 El Claro
South, West Palm Beach, FL 33406, 305/684-2659
Christine Zavodny Cameron ( W m . Mack) 011, 138
Westlake Dr., M i l l Creek Place. Brandon, MS Betsy Brooks Braund, NO, 101 Highland Place, Shef-
39042, 601/992-2173 field, A L 35660, 205/381-1003

Gene A k i n M a r t i n (Fred, Jr.) T A , 730 Connell Drive, C a m i l l e O m s T h o m a s ( P h i l l i p ) I I , 2303 S.
Pensacola, FL 32503, 904/433-1611 Hesperides, Tampa, FL 33609, 813/253-0652

Betsey Boles Smith (Royce), 0, 2026 Seton Drive, Laura Harshbarger Otwell (Woodard) A T , 5215 Co-
Clearwater, FL 33575, 813/446-0040 ronado Drive, Raleigh, N C 27609, 919/787-1311

Monica Fichtner Bell (William) AA, 2015 Cliffmanor Tanya Hataway, A A , 20 Smith Acres, Northport, A L
Circle, Huntsviile, A L 35801, 205/536^526 35476, 205/339-3040


Key Alums Frances Cenfield Pugh (David) 0 , 806 N . Boston A v - North Carolina Debbie Dellinger Harllee (Victor) Z ¥ , 2133 Betha-
Florida enue, Deland, FL 32720, 904/734-6322 South Carolina bara Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106, 919/924-
Deland Anne Cowen Beauchamp, NO, 1540 Blue Road, Cor-
al Gables, FL 33146, 305/666-8933 Joan Moore Hancock (William) 0 , 301 Springlake
Coral Gables Road, Columbia, SC 29206, 803/787-6245

III—Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:

Carolyn Smith Diener—Athens, Chattanooga, Columbia, T N Colony, Columbus, GA, Nashville.
Elisabeth Lester Donaldson—Greater Pensacola, Mobile.
Judy Hildreth Jolly—Ft. Lauderdale Area, Greater Pinellas, Lakeland Area, Orlando-Winter Park, Palm Beach County, Tampa Bay Area, Jacksonville.
Leslie Myers Lay—Jackson, Martin, Memphis.
Lisa Popham—Charlotte, Knoxville, Triangle.
Frankie Frazier Roberts—Huntsville, Montgomery, Decatur Area Colony, Shoals Area, Tuscaloosa.
Debbie Harper Stillwell—Atlanta, Atlanta Tri-County, Birmingham.


Vice President: Elizabeth -'Liz" Romaine Coffey (William) X A , 7754 N . Whittier Place, Indianapolis, I N 46250, 317/849-3030
Extension Officer: Judith "Judy" Freundt Zawacke (Michael) BA, 1302 W . Palatine Road, Arlington Heights, IL 60004, 312/253-5538
Finance Officer: Sherry H a r t f o r d , A X , 124-9 S. Sherrin Avenue, Louisville. KY 40207, 502/893-9067
Rush Officer:

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Rebecca "Becky" Admire, X A , 2067 Shelby
Alpha Chi Susan Albert, W K U , College Heights, P.O. Karen Fiddelke Towell (David) A X , 1551
Western Kentucky Box 291, Bowling Green, KY 42101, 502/ Chestnut St., Bowling Green, KY 42101, Avenue, Evansville, I N 47714, 812/473-
University 748-2734 502/843-1231 5246
Peg Malecki Frerk (Laurence) I , 734 Circle
Beta Lambda Jamie W u t t k e , 1314 N o r t h Fell Avenue, Carol Doherty Elliott (Roger) BA, 305 Pros- Drive, Tower Lake, Barrington, IL 60010,
Illinois Wesleyan Bloomington, I N 61701, 309/829-1890 pect Rd., A p t . 3, Bloomington, IL 61701, 312/526-7803
University 312/663-8102 A n n McCIanahan Gilchrist (Keith) 9 . 5613
Robin Jackman, 901 E. 10th Street, Bloom- Skyridge Drive, Indianapolis, I N 46250,
Beta Phi ington, I N 47401, 812/332-6174 Rita Conway Hurtt (Barry) KA, 3611 Bain- 317/849-6142
Indiana bridge Dr., Bloomington, I N 47401, 812/ Ann McCIanahan Gilchrist
University Anne Powell, University of Evansville, P.O. 332-0671
Box 2684, Station D, Evansville, I N Elaine James Kennedy (Philip) A X , 3815 Bri-
Chi Lambda 47714, 812/477-6838 Toni Reitz, XA, 521 South Runnymeade, ar Ridge Rd., LaGrange, KY 40031, 502/
University of Evansville, I N 47714, 812/477-0005 241-0894
Evansville Kelly K i n g , M S U , AOn House, Box 2399,
University Station, Murray, KY 42071, Carmen A r n o l d Garland (Ricky) AD, Rt. 7, Sherry Keaton Brennan (Joseph) 9 , 820 S.
Delta Omega 502/753-9174 Box 886, Murray, KY 42071, 502/753- Stough, Hinsdale, IL 60521, 312/323-7026
Murray State 0810
University Joan Stumpf, 706 S. Mathews Street, Urba- Sherry Keaton Brennan
na, IL 61801, 217/344-0136 JoAnne Yonke Zunich (Butch) I , 704 W .
Iota Healy, Champaign, IL 61820, 217/352- Anne Buechlein Wilmes (Arthur) X A , 4404
University of Carol Terrell, ISU, Suite 122, Lincoln Quad, 3299 Caledonia Way, Indianapolis, I N 46254,
Illinois Terre Haute, I N 47809, 812/232-1051, Ext. 317/291-7255
122 JoAnn Bohn Gibbons (Paul) K A , 35 Gar-
Kappa Alpha dendale Rd., Terre Haute, I N 47803, 812/ Rebecca "Becky" Admire, X A , 2067 Shelby
Indiana State Mitzi Shinaver, Ball State University, P.O. 877-2279 Avenue, Evansville, I N 47714, 812/473-
University Box 219, Student Center, Muncie, I N 5246
47306, 317/285-4416 Mary Lou Niedenthal Huber (William) K K ,
Kappa Kappa 2000 W . Jackson St., Muncie, I N 47303, Rebecca "Becky" Admire, X A , 2067 Shelby
Ball State M a r i l y n Mees, 508 Columbia Street, Lexing- 317/288-3100 Avenue, Evansville, I N 47714, 812/473-
University ton, K Y 40508, 606/258-2293 5246
Jan Johnson Slagowski (Eugene) K K , 1249
Kappa Omega Ronda Evans, Morehead State University, Tishoff Ct.. Lexington, KY 40502, 606/ Elaine James Kennedy
University of UPO 1284, Morehead, K Y 40351, 606/ 266-7275
Kentucky 783-3858 Anne Buechlein Wilmes
Karen Sue Bothun, f I S , 23 B Pretty Valley,
Omega Xi Melinda Garner, Hanover College, AOII Clearfield, K Y 40313, 606/783-1735 Elaine James Kennedy
Morehead State House, Hanover, I N 47243, 812/866-2572
University Ext. 278 M a r t h a Sawyer Rust ( A n d r e w ) 4>0, 479 Peg Malecki Frerk
Long Court, New Albany, I N 47150, 812/
Phi Omicron Karen A s h m a n , 1001 D a v i d Ross Road, 944-1802
Hanover College West Lafayette, I N 47906, 317/463-5206
Jane Hamblin, * T , 400 N . River Rd., #1115
Phi Upsilon Linda Madden, UL, Alpha Omicron Pi, Stu- West Lafayette, I N 47906, 317/743-6663
Purdue University dent Center, Room 12, Louisville, K Y
40292, 502/637-5207 Melissa Watson Taylor (Larry) X A , 519
Pi Alpha Grand Vista Place, Louisville, K Y 40243,
University of Louisville Janet Goldberg, 602 W . Chandler Street, 502/245-7934
Macomb, IL 61455, 309/837-4001
Sigma Iota Judy Rogers (Keith) E l , 106 Dove Avenue,
Western Illinois Macomb, IL 61455, 309/833-4867
K i m Vanderkolk, 225 S. Bloomington Street, Audrey Thomas Pelham (Howard) 9 , 4740 Ann McCIanahan Gilchrist
Theta Greencastle, I N 46135, 317/653-2711 E. 71st Street, Indianapolis, I N 46220,
DePauw University 317/849-1853

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Bloomington, IN Bloomington-Normal
Virginia Houze Batchelor (Joseph) NO, 2610 Winder- Carol Grigsby M o r r i s (Bob) B4>, 411 Miles Lane,
42 mere Woods, Bloomington, I N 47401, 812/332- Normal, IL 61761, 309/452-7802

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Bowling Green Kokomo
Champaign-Urbana Gwynne Runner Hammond, A X , 2623A Navaho Ruth Vanneman Keller (Ray) X A , 1516 Cadillac
Chicago Area Council Court, Bowling Green, KY 42101, 502/843-6801 Lafayette Drive, West, Kokomo, I N 46901, 317/452-0870
Chicago-Beverly Hills
Chicago-North Shores Carol Siverely Devine (Robert) I , 806 W . Green Lake County Lynne Smith McHenry (Thomas) * T , 1011 Oakhurst
Chicago-Northwest Street, Urbana, IL 61801, 217/337-7254 Drive, West Lafayette, I N 47906, 317/463-6716
Suburban Pat Grundmeir Juza (Michael) N I , 203 So. Kennicott Karla Charnekar, KA, 1331 Willow Court,
Chicago-West Suburban Ave., Arlington Heights, IL 60005, 312/359-4191 Muncie Schererville, I N 46375, 219/865-6746
DeKalb-Sycamore Colony
Evansville Tri-State JoAnn Macander, EI, 15807 Woodbridge, Harvey, IL Rockford M a r y Forsythe, KQ, 3099 Kirklevington Drive, #124,
Fort Wayne 60426, 312/333-4369 Lexington, KY 40502, 606/258-2237
Indianapolis South Bend
Kentuckiana Susan Guenzler Getz (Herbert) BA, 5415 N . Sheridan Vicki Galbreth Shipley (Edwin) K K , 4010 Coventry,
Road, #2701, Chicago, IL 60640, 312/784-0287 Springfield Area Muncie, IN 47304, 317/289-7350

Jean Dundas Zimmermann (James) A T , 308 N . W a l - Terre Haute Sherri Schuetz Storer (Jeff) I , 739 Danica Drive,
nut Lane, Schaumburg, IL 60194, 312/843-0041 KEY ALUMS Rockford, IL 61111, 815/654-7165
Western Kentucky Area
Judy Gambrel Flessner (Todd) I , 1511 Ashford Sue Jones, B4>, 1609 Renfree Drive, South Bend, I N
Court, Wheaton, IL 60187, 312/665-7380 Murray/Paducah 46614, 219/291-2943

M a r y Turner Diaz (Angel) ITK, 1548 Timberwood Southern Illinois M a r y Jo Giganta Osborn (James) B A , 207 S. D u r k i n
Court, Sycamore, IL 60176, 815/895-6667 Belknap #1, Springfield, IL 60704, 217/793-1504

Kathy Lawson Bartelt (William) X A , 22 S. Fairlawn, Glenna Hammond Timmons (Doug) K A , 408 So.
Evansville, I N 47714, 812/477-9708 34th Street. Terre Haute. I N 47803, 812/235-1656

Susan Crunk Miller (Ken) K K , 1908 Montgomery Billie Henson Burton (James) AD, 1309 Roberson,
Court, Fort Wayne, I N 46805, 219/749-5847 Murray, K Y 42071

Carol Roesener Jackson (Robert) 0 , 11405 Moss Sally West (Terry) AO, Route # 1 . Box 124, Belknap,
Drive, Carmel, I N 46032, 317/846-4717 IL 62908

Sandy A l f o r d Gover (John) A X , 627 So. Preston St.,
#3A, Louisville, KY 40202, 502/589-6684

IV—Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:

Sherry Keaton Brennan—Champaign-Urbana, Chicago Area Council, Chicago Beverly Hills, Chicago North Shore, Chicago Northwest Suburban, Chicago West
Suburban, Terre Haute.
Peg Malecki Frerk-Bloomington-Normal. Lake County, Rockford, Springfield Area.
Ann McClanahan Gilchrist-Bloomington, I N , Evansville Tri-State, Kokomo, South Bend.
Elaine James Kennedy—Kentuckiana.
Elaine Luebbe Schultheis—Bowling Green. Lexington.
Anne Buechlein Wilmes—Fort Wayne, Indianapolis. Lafayette, Muncie.


Vice President: Virginia Zenishek Struble (William) * , 2330 S.E. Alamar Road, Topeka, KS 66605, 913/233-0842
Extension Officer: Peggy Robinson Kelley (Mike) * E , 13561 Gold Street, Omaha, NE 68144, 402/333-7198
Finance Officer: Ellen Hoffman Buckley, EI, R.R. 5654, Spirit Lake, IA 51360, 712/336-5772
Rush Officer: Charlene Hametz Meyer (Lloyd) Z. 11475 Frances, Omaha, NE 68144. 402/334-9030

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
A m y Engelbert, Coe College, Box 554, Ce- Charlou Anderson Lundsford, (Ernie) IE,
Alpha Theta Janalyn M . Kahle, A 6 , 2722 Johnson A v e . ,
Coe College dar Rapids, I A 52402, 319/399-8407 N W , Cedar Rapids, I A 52405, 319/396- 7348 Royalty Way, #203, Merriam, KS
7356 66203, 913/722-1763
Delta Pi Toni Montrym, CMSU, A211A Panhellenic Carol Swanson, 4>E, 5812 Tangeman Terrace
Central Missouri Hall, Warrensburg, M O 64093, 816/747- Dianna Fidler, A l l , 5608B E. 84th Terrace, #3, Lincoln, NE 68505, 402/466-3382
State University 3235 Kansas City, M O 64132, 816/444-8445
Charlou Anderson Lunsford
Iota Sigma Jenny Braucht, 2007 Greeley, Ames, I A M a r y Hansuld Moore (Wayne) IE, 1627
Iowa State 50010, 515/292-5097 Amherst Dr., Ames, I A 50010, 515/292- Carol Swanson
University 8555
Katy McClure, 1510 Sigma N u Place, Law-
Phi rence. KS 66044, 913/842-7113 Elaine Patchin Hoffman (Carl) * , 1271 Med-
University of ford, Topeka, KS 66604, 913/232-0004
Julie Peterson, KSC, AOII House, Conrad Becky Baker Crocker (Jim) * E , 4319 Glen- M a r y Lee Glen. Z. 14109 Pierce Plaza #60.
Phi Sigma Hall Hall #112, Kearney, NE 68847, 308/ wood Dr., Kearney, NE 68847, 308/234- Omaha, NE 68144, 402/333-3169
Kearney State 234-8628 or 236-8700 3225
College M a r y Lee Glenn
Theresa Lee Bolke, 3823 Garretson Avenue, Beth Hanauer, 6 X , 612A 11th Street, Sioux
Theta Chi Sioux City, I A 51106, 712/274-5606 City, I A 51105, 712/258-3799
College Michelle Roloff, 1541 "S" Street, Lincoln, Cynthia Dumler, Z. 2800 Woods Blvd., M a r y Lee Glen
NE 68508, 402/475-1589 A p t . 109, Lincoln, NE 68502, 402/423-
Zeta 9048
University of
at Lincoln

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Ames Des Moines
Eileen Aksamit M u f f (Don) Z, 1312 Scott Circle, Janet D i l l o n Downey (Michael) E I , 1725 19th Street,
Cedar Rapids Area Colony Ames, I A 50010, 515/292-2725 Greater Kansas City West Des Moines, I A 50265, 515/225-7535

Columbia-Jefferson City Jan Kahle, AO, 2722 Johnson Avenue, Cedar Rapids. Kearney Linda L . Mansur (Stuart) A l l , 712 West 48th Street
I A 52405, 319/396-7356 #501, Kansas City, M O 64112, 816/931-7432

Diane Poole Sprenger (Gary) T A . 1802 Juniper D r . , Pam Moravec Franck (Jon) 4>E, 1304 East 33rd Drive,
Columbia, M O 65201, 314/449-7384 Kearney, NE 68847, 308/234-3107


Alumnae Chapter President Key Alums (continued) Susan Burke Martz (Warren) 9 0 , 233 N . Fountain,
Lincoln Kansas Wichita, KS 67208, 316/682-2887
Maryville Susan Kreuscher Damian (Mickey) Z, 3776 " C "
Omaha Street, Lincoln, NE 68510, 402/488-9322 Wichita Carol Stegner Fowler (Jerry) ATI, 368 So. English,
Quad Cities I A / I L Colony Marshall, M O 65340, 816/886-7117
Saint Louis Christine Matney Houghton (Ben) AO, 300 Matthews Missouri
Topeka Lane, Box 486, Gower, M O 64454, 816/424-6248 Marshall Lindsey Easton Benne, 4>, 1931 S. Luster, Springfield,
M O 65804, 417/883-1379
Karen Morauski, * A , 302 N . 22nd Street, A p t . 406, Springfield
Omaha, NE 68178, 402/449-6227 Helen Bergin Kampfe (Steven) Z, 160 Lakeshore
Nebraska Drive, Columbus, NE 68601, 402/564-5936
Georgia Brown Jecklin (J. W . ) I E , 1318 W . 43rd, Columbus
Davenport, 1A 52806, 319/386-5313 M a r y Clearman Johnson (William) Z, East M i l i t a r y &
Fremont Johnson Road, Fremont, NE 68025, 402/721-3015
Jane Vanroo Crawley (Stephen) EA, 3 V a n Crest
Lane, Florissant, M O 63033, 314/837-3426 Grand Island Becky Denman Peterson (Ronald) * £ , 3115 Brent-
wood Blvd., Grand Island, NE 68801, 308/382-
Kathleen Waner, 4>, 3401 H u n t o o n , Topeka, KS 3280
66604, 913/273-6124
Dixie H o m a n Tripe (James) * E , 742 E. 7th, Hastings,
Key Alums Pamela Warner Hill ( H . Douglas) IA, 502 So. 10th Hastings Area NE 68901, 402/463-2621
Iowa St., Sac City, I A 50583, 712/662-7413 York
Virginia McPeck Rosenau (Harold) Z, # 1 Arbor
Sac C i t y Ellen Hoffman Buckely (Michael) EI, R.R. 5654, Heights, York, NE 68467, 402/362-3789
Spirit Lake, I A 51360, 712/336-2593
Spirit Lake
Jayne Hager Dee (Eric) IE, 106 Third Street. N . E . ,
State Center State Center, IA 50247, 515/483-2576

V-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:

Charlou Anderson Lundsford-Ames, Cedar Rapids Colony, Des Moines, Greater Kansas City, A
Carol Swanson-Columbia-Jefferson City, Maryville, St. Louis, Topeka.
M a r y Lee Glen-Kearney, Lincoln, Omaha.


Vice President: Audrey Hoenshell Humason (Harlan) T, 14548 Edgewater Lane, NE, Seattle, W A 98155. Telephone: 206/363-0151
Extension Officer: Christine Shannon, T, 32165 32nd S.W., Federal Way, W A 98023, 206/927-8607
Finance Officer: Pamela Davenport H o w a r d (Kent), T, 17814 N . E . 8th Place, Bellevue, W A 98008, 206/747-8504
Rush Officer: A n n M . Casale, AP, 711 N.E. Randall, A p t . 201, Portland, OR 97232, 503/235-6217

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Alpha Gamma Joanne McKelvey, NE 820 Campus, Pull Kathleen Oliver Busch (Bruce) T, 5700—29th
Washington State Kathleen M . Smith-Meadows (Gary) IA,
University man, W A 99163, 509/332-2429 SW 930 Alcora Dr., Pullman, W A 99163, Ave., N . E . , Seattle, W A 98105, 206/522-
Alpha Phi 509/334-4239 1239
Montana State Kyrre Culver, 1119 South Fifth Avenue, Kathleen Oliver Busch
University Bozeman, M T 59715, 406/587-0691 M a r y Jane Ahrendes Griffanti (Ernest) A4>,
2904 Colter Avenue, Bozeman, M T Barbara Bierer Long (Kenneth) ATI, 2166
Alpha Rho Ruth Ellen Phillips, 2435 N . W . Harrison, 59715, 406/586-5231 Yolanda, Springfield, OR 97477, 503/746-
Oregon State Corvallis, OR 97330, 503/757-1552 9769
University Ruth Gillmore Baines (John) AP, 204 N . W .
Joan Heater, 1680 Alder Street, Eugene, OR 27th. Corvallis, OR 97330, 503/752-2968 Barbara Bierer Long
Alpha Sigma 97401, 503/686-4691
University of Brenda Mcintosh, AE, 955 Lewis, A p t . 7,
Oregon Eugene, OR 97402, 503/342-8177

Beta Kappa Kimberly Thompson, University of British Paula Lorette Moran, B K , #206-2250 Ox- A n n Brislawn Beardsley (C.S.) T, 2430 136th
University of Columbia, Panhellenic House, #10—6478 ford St., Vancouver, B.C., Canada V5L Place S.W., Alderwood Manor, W A
British Columbia N.W. Marine Drive, Vancouver, B.C., 1G1, 604/251-5657 98036, 206/743-2368
Canada V6T 1A5, 604/926-2804
Beta Rho Renda Greene, BP, 2230 Gerald, Missoula, Kathleen Oliver Busch
University of Lori Serviss, 220 Daly, Missoula, M T 59801, M T 59801, 406/549-0020
Montana 406/728-2151

Beta Sigma Lisa Walker, Boise State University, AOTI Candy Charity, I E , 1210 Camelot Drive, Ann Brislawn Beardsley
Boise State House, 1906 Potter Drive, Boise, I D Boise, I D 83704, 208/375-3840 Barbara Bierer Long
University 83706, 208/344-7054
Upsilon Joan Lee, A r , 516 So. 222nd #4, Des
University of Arlene Ritzen, 1906 NE 45th, Seattle, W A Moines, W A 98188, 206/878-3219
Washington 98105, 206/524-4669

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Bozeman Beverly Landes Townsend (Bill) A * , 1308 South Pullman Carmen Baker Gibbons (Don) T, 1100 S.W.
Black, Bozeman, M T 59715, 406/586-6422 Seattle Hillcroft, Portland, OR 97225, 503/644-4617
Eugene- Spokane
Springfield Marsha Bowles DeCaro (John) A E , 1780 Northview Shirley Armstrong Perryman (Lance) A r , S.W. 1015
Blvd. #113, Eugene, O R 97405, 503/683-8774 Monte Vista, Pullman, W A 99163, 509/334-4738
Mary Fillmore, BP, N W 151 Chief Looking Glass Donna Drottz LeFevre (Alan) T, 4530 N . E . 204th
Pocatello Road, Florence, M T 59833, 406/273-2793 Place, Seattle, W A 98155, 206/367-6165

44 Elaine Pruett Smith (Richard) I A , 3759 Heron, Poca- A m y Hooper, AE, N . 930 Washington, A p t . 146,
tello, I D 83201, 208/237-1462 Spokane, W A 99201, 509/327-8111

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Vancouver, BC Susan Hughes Hart (Trevor) B K , 1205-144 W . 14th Idaho
Jeanine Olmsted, 1770 H a y b u r n East, #25, T w i n
Street, North Vancouver, B.C., Canada V 7 M 1P1, Falls, I D 83301
Kathy T i m m , 1832 Columbine, Billings, M T 59105
Vancouver, Jane Polka Lindgren (Richard) AP, 9503 NE 142nd Montana
W A Colony Avenue, Vancouver, W A 98662, 206/892-2636 Rebecca Blake, 3216 B. Goldnour Ct., Port Orchard,
W A 98366
Key Alums Debby Griffiths, 1326 W . 27th Avenue, A p t . 201, Washington
Alaska Anchorage, A K 99503 Port Orchad Betty Hinkley, 4017 S., A u b u r n , Kennewick, W A
Anchorage Tri-Cities-
Vl-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters: Kennewick

Kathleen Oliver Busch-Bozeman, Missoula, Pullman, Spokane.
A n n Brislawn Beardsley-Pocatello, Portland, Vancouver, B.C., Vancouver, W A Colony.
Barbara Bierer Long-Eugene-Springfield, Seattle


Vice President: Barbara Owens Kramer (Raymond) B4>, 7516 Chattington D r . , Dallas, T X 75240. Telephone: 214/233-6495
Extension Officer: Gloria Cunningham Rowland (Jim) ITK, Rt. 1, Box 68, Roby, TX 79543, 915/776-2263
Finance Officer: Pamela Hathcock de Zevallos (Edward) NO, 12020 Naughton Drive, Houston, T X 77024. Telephone: 713/467-8560
Rush Officer: Jennifer Macey, 0Q, 12615 Audelia #303, Dallas, T X 75243. 214/238-9136 (H) 750-8601 (O)

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Delta Beta
University of Carmen Pitre, University of Southwestern Donna Bailey, AB, 341 Queen's Row, Lot Terri Parker, A T , 253 Atlantic Street,
Southwestern Louisiana, Box 42130, Lafayette, L A 127, Lafayette, L A 70508, 318/234-7615 Shreveport, L A 71105, 318/868-2014
Louisiana 70504, 318/233-0134
Delta Theta
Texas Woman's Liz Seale, T W U , Box 22291, Denton, T X Katherine Wilson, AO, 12615 Audelia #303, Nancy Shaw Shaheen (Glen) AO, 2101 Tree
University 76201, 817/382-1602 Dallas, TX 75243, 214/238-9136 House Lane, Piano, T X 75023, 214/867-
Kappa Tau 0819
Southeastern Michele Kidd, Southeastern Louisiana Uni- Cynthia K i r k Lobue (Joseph) K T , P . O . Box
Louisiana versity, P.O. 948, Hammond, L A 70402, 764, Hammond, L A 70404, 504/549-2311 Gail Province Osborn (Paul) EO, 1124 War-
University 504/549-3680 ner, Jonesboro, A R 72401, 501/932-2942
Lambda Tau
Northeast Louisiana Brenda Miles, P.O. Box 4173, Monroe, LA Tamee Dark Smith, A T , 1001 McKeen Gail Province Osborn
University 71201, 318/342-4373 Place, A p t . 606, Monroe, L A 71201, 318/ Terri Parker
Sigma Omicron 325-5210 Nancy Shaw Shaheen
Arkansas State A m y Jenkins, ASU, P.O. Box 928, State
University University, A R 72467, 501/972-2189 Carolyn Swindle Wyatt (Thad) EO, 3629
Upsilon Lambda Blueridge Circle, Jonesboro, A R 72401,
University of Debbie Drury, Upsilon Lambda Chapter of 501/932-1155
Texas-San Antonio AOII, University of Texas at San Antonio,
San Antonio, T X 78285, 512/344-4290 Marie Dieu Cooper (William) ITK, 6030 For-
Alumnae Chapter est Ridge, San A n t o n i o , T X 78240, 512/
"Arlington Mid-Cities 684-5188

Austin President Alumnae Chapter President
Monroe Felicie McEnery Barnes (David) A T , 2304 Pinehurst,
Baton Rouge Kaye Wise Frataccia (Enrico) K K , 1515 Marshalldale.
Arlington, TX 76013, 817/275-5536 New Orleans Monroe, LA 71201, 318/387-9348
Beaumont Bonnie Olsen Harvey, T, 1825 Bordeaux, New O r -
Jane Daugherty Bedrosian (Arthur) K K , 3504 Pere- Northwest Arkansas
Dallas grine Falcon Drive, Ausint, T X 78746, 512/327- leans, L A 70115, 504/897-6436
5661 Oklahoma City Agnes Bondy Walters (Hubert) A B , Rt. 6, Box 466,
Fort Worth
Clara Cantrell Tomsula (Patrick) AO, 2164 Hollydale San Antonio Fayetteville, A R 72701, 501/442-5790
Greater Lafayette Ave., Baton Rouge, L A 70808, 504/344-6525 Nadine Spring Nickerson (Robert) ITK, 201 N W 21st
Hammond Melanie Bernard Ladner (Claude) NB, 3010 Nash- Street, Oklahoma City, O K 73102, 405/521-9279
ville, Nederland, TX 77627, 409/722-6591 Tulsa Sue Sonney, TA, 4822 Gus Eckert #104, San A n t o -
Beverly Bnnkman Allen (Stephen) N I , 1926 Glen Hill "Redevelopment nio, T X 48240, 512/694-4469
Jonesboro Drive, Carrollton. TX. 214/492-9226 Key Alums Vicki McEachern, A T , 3215 Knight Street, #314,
Lake Charles/ Margaret Whitney Shiels (Robert) K , 3705 Mocking- Shreveport, L A 71105, 319/861-4141
Calcasieu Colony bird Lane, Ft. Worth, TX 76109. 817/924-9720 Hot Springs M a r y Frances Clark Underwood (Donald) B4>, 5828
Little Rock
Lou Patin (Keith), 101 Tamarac Drive, Scott, L A Pine Bluff E. 79th St., Tulsa, O K 74136, 918/492-2044
10583, 318/896-8088
West Memphis Patrice Prichard Miller, N O , 601 Prospect, Hot
Michele WooIIey Rodriguez (Herbert) K T , 3604 Springs, A R 71901
Bissonet Drive, Metairie, L A 70003, 504/455-7065 Louisiana
Alexandria Ellen McClain Nuckolls (John) N O , 5 Idylwood, Pine
M a r y Newlon Harms (Steven) * E , 1307 Warwick- Bluff, A R 71603
shire Drive, Houston, TX 77077, 713/497-8634 or
988-4664 S h a r o n H e n d r i x W e b e r ( E d w i n ) E O . 803 S.
Roselawn. West Memphis, AR 72301
Brenda Gordon Posey (Alan) EO, 1311 T w i n Oaks,
Jonesboro, A R 72401, 501/972-1385 Karen Lee Womack (Terry) E T , 1812 Clover Lane.
Alexandria, L A 71301
Victoria " V i c k i " Johnson, A T , 710 W . McNeese
Street, #19, Lake Charles, L A 70605, 318/478-2897

Kelly Jones Spradlin (John) EO, Rt. 3, Box 153,
Beaverfork Lake, Conway, A R 72032, 501/327-


Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
Houma-Thibodaux Denton
Sarah Guichet Scharder (Charles) KT, 621 School, El Paso Arley Berwald Hulstrand (Richard) Br, 3110 Carmel,
Oklahoma Houma, L A 70360 Georgetown Denton, T X 76201
Bartlesville Harlingen
Wilda Story Fodor (L.M.) AS, 1324 Lariat Drive, Longview Jo A n n King Hendrix, A E , 5429 La Estancia Circle, El
Edmond Bartlesville, O K 74003 Lubbock Paso, TX 79932
Lawton Diane Roberts Herrman, Z, 2605 C o u n t r y w o o d Lane, Waco Margaret Clark Green (Sam) n, Rt. 3, Box 128A,
Edmond, O K 73034 West Texas Georgetown, T X 78626
Gail Coates Spear, AT, 2303 Garden Lane, Lawton, Dana Adams Clark (William) 1TK, 2401 Louis Place,
Stillwater O K 73501 Harlingen, T X 78550

Texas Loree Humphrey Ferguson (Clyde) 4>, 920 Hoover Martha Brott Mikeska (Marvin) ITK, 11 Centenary
Amarillo Street, Norman, O K 73069 Circle, Longview, TX 75601

Bryan-College Station M a r y Kennedy Lawler (James) Oil, 1109 N . Skyline K i t Warner Lupinski, Ar, 5248 95th Street, Lubbock,
Drive, Stillwater, O K 74074 T X 79424
Corpus Christi
Connie Q u i g g Bhasker (Chand) AO, 6715 Sandie Ct., Dina Carol Reynolds Williams, K O , 203 Meadow-
Amarillo, TX 79109 brook, Nacogdoches, T X 75961

Judith Chaney McDonald (Donald) AE, 709 E. 31st Lucy Akerman Taft (Paul) N O , 2808 Woodland
Street, Bryan, TX 77803 Drive, Waco, TX 76710

Sandra Mathis, U K , 4505 M t . Vernon, Corpus Chris- Frances Wheat H i l l (Grady) ITK, Box 6, Christoval,
ti, TX 78411 TX 76935

VII-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:

Gail Province Osborn-Dallas, Fort Worth, Jonesboro, Monroe, Northwest Arkansas.
Terri Parker-Greater Lafayette, Jonesboro, Oklahoma City, Shreveport, Tulsa.
Nancy Shaw Shaheen-Arlington Mid-Cities, Ausint, Beaumont, Fort Worth, Houston, Lake Charles/Calcasieu, San Antonio.


Vice President: Robin Lee Beltramini (Richard) I , 5924 S. Stanley Place. Tempe, A Z 85283. Telephone: 602/838-7475
Extension Officer: Crystal Paine Compese (Joseph) X A , 23063 Baltar, Canoga Park, C A 91304. Telephone: 818/884-9914
Finance Officer: Nancy Schlosser Dunn (Charles) AE, 11 Raymond Court, San Carlos, C A 94070. Telephone: 415/368-2418
Rush Officer: Lisa Richtermeyer Shemwell (Michael) ATI, 2031 El Sereno Avenue, Los Altos, C A 94022, 415/965-2041

Collegiate Chapter President Chapter Adviser Regional Director
Kathy Tribbey, 203 First Street, Davis. C A Phyllis Casteel Gilson (Stanley) E4>, 6628
Chi Alpha Karen Norene Mills, XA, 327 Zephyr Ranch
University of 95616, 916/756-9889 Dr., Sacramento, C A 95831, 916/393- Woodlake A v e . . Canoga Park, C A 91307,
California-Davis 7311 213/887-9344
Cassy Thompson, 1015 15th Street, Boulder, Phyllis Austin, N A , 156 W . 222nd Street,
Chi Delta CO 80302, 303/443-0546 Laura W o o l a m Jones ( W . ) AO, 3124 East- Carson, C A 90745, 213/834-6215
University of wood Court, Boulder, C O 80302, 202/
Colorado T a m i Lovejoy, 3980 East 8th Street, Long 447-2846 Gayle Fitzpatrick, AP, 1820 A r d m o r e A v e . ,
Beach, C A 90804, 213/439-4447 #37, Hermosa Beach, C A 90254, 213/379-
Lambda Beta Barbara Kramer Rhinehart (Vincent) AB, 4693
California State Susan Stone, Lambda lota Chapter of AOII, 1470 E. Bryant D r . , Long Beach, C A
University-Long Beach 8738-7 Villa La Jolla Drive, La Jolla, C A 90815, 213/498-2693 Phyllis Austin
92037, 619/457-5535
Lambda Iota Reba Shannon Traber (Arthur) T, 12007 Ba- Rosemary Kappas Schwierjohn (Roger) I ,
University of Annette Paton, 647 W . 28th Street, Los A n - jada Road, San Diego, C A 92128, 619/ 11213 N . 51st D r . , Glendal, A Z 85304,
California-San Diego geles, C A 90007, 213/745-8426 487-0408 602/979-8299

Nu Lambda Claudia Cheng", 2311 Prospect, Berkeley, C A Cindy Nolting, NA, 5332 Sepulveda Blvd., Phyllis Casteel Gilson
University of 94704, 415/845-8263 #18, Van Nuys, C A 91411, 213/907-7942
Southern California Gayle Fitzpatrick
Lori Franklin, Sigma Phi Chapter of AOII, Sandra Glooschenko Jaeger, E, 1817
Sigma 9763 Yolanda Avenue, Northridge, C A Capistrano, Berkeley, C A 94706, 415/ Rosemary Kappas Schwierjohn
University of 91324, 818/993-4739 526-6667
Erica Rowe, Northern Arizona University, Elizabeth A m y Abbott, N A , 17830 Sherman
Sigma Phi C.U. Box 7617, Flagstaff, A Z 86011, 602/ Way #306, Reseda, C A 91335, 818/345-
California State 523-4302 2522
Lillian Palmer Baker (Richard) 6 0 , 1508 N .
Theta Omega Aztec, flagstaff, A Z 86001, 602/774-3659
Northern Arizona

Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President
"Albuquerque East Bay
Amador-Livermore Valley Kathy Kochendorfer, TA, 4709 Marquette, N . E . A l - Glendale Laura Bloom Doyle (Michael) A I , 2709 Mountain
Bakersfield Colony buquerque, N M 87108, 505/265-4151 Hawaii Gateway, Oakland, C A 94611, 415/482-2659
Juanita Skajian Haugen (Gilbert) N A , 3845 Pinot Ct., Long Beach Linda Hasencamp Hensiek (Barry) A B , 2794 E. Or-
Diablo Valley Pleasanton, C A 94566, 415/846-1816 Los Angeles ange Grove, Pasadena, C A 91107, 818/796-3326

M a r y Campbell Newman (James) ATI, 7905 Sproat M a r y Lou Schwamm Delpech (Rodney) NA, 444
Way, Bakersfield, C A 93309, 805/398-0446 Lanalilo Home Road, #329, Honolulu, H I 96825,
Mary Margaret Griffith Hartman (Robert) XA, 9281
W. 92nd Ave., Westminister, C O 80020, 303/425- Pat Naylor Dumalski (Steve) AB, 5229 Minturn Ave-
6656 nue, Lakewood, Ca 90712, 213/633-8938

Dorothy Bishop Garber (Charles) A, 3690 Hastings K i m Rodgers Westhoff (Christopher) N A , 4995
Ct.. Lafayette, Ca 94549, 415/283-2056 Marmol Drive, Woodland Hills, C A 91364, 818/


Alumnae Chapter President Alumnae Chapter President

Marin County Virginia Lewis Persons (Howard) Z, 10 Corte Dora- South Bay-Palos Verdes Katherine Gulmert. NA, 420 S. Catalina #209. Re-
do, Greenbrae, C A 94904, 415/461-5624 dondo Beach, C A 90277, 213/540-4816

Monterey Mary Louis Suiter Tomblin ( A T . ) A, 2952 Cuesta Southern Orange County Angela Tosti Brazeal (George) K 9 . 29 Richmond, Ir-
Way, Carmel, C A 93923, 408/625-2952 vine, C A 92714, 714/731-5449

Northern California Eda R. Davis, X A , 3291 Tice Valley Boulevard, W a l - Tucson Suzanne Levitz Payton (Ron) TA, 2701 E. Windsor,
Council nut Creek, C A 94595, 415/934-4511 Tucson, A Z 85716, 602/881-7997

Northern Orange County Julie Robbins Burns (Bruce) K K , 3075 N , Woods Ventura County Gail Sullivan M c D o w e l l (Bruce) N A , 1429 Sierra M a -
Street, Orange, C A 92665, 714/637-7075 dre, Camarillo, C A 93010, 805/484-5207

Palo Alto Patti Batchelor Penning (David) 0 , 1970 Oakdeli "Redevelopment
Drive, Menlo Park, C A 95025, 415/326-7822

Pasadena Allene Withers Harrold, K 9 , 509% N . Palm Avenue, Key Alums Doris Henness (Jack) 9 ° , Rt. 2, Box 690, Casa Gran-
Phoenix Alhambra, C A 91801, 213/282-4408 Arizona de, A Z 85222, 602/836-6136
Sacramento Judy Hornik Bourassa (Clifford) 911, 5938 E. Aster Casa Grande Angela Swanson, 1252A Spruce Street, Berkeley, C A
Dr., Scottsdale, A Z 85254, 602/948-6869 94709, 415/644-1916
Salt Lake City Colony California
San Diego Colleen Hise Munson, AP, 8040 Magnolia Avenue, San Francisco Penny Hamilton (Robert) EA, 138 Valley Lakes
San Fernando Valley #5, Riverside, C A 92504, 714/687-0618 Drive, Santa Rosa, C A 95405
San Jose Santa Rosa
San Mateo Connie Jo Heckley Badgley (Robert) B 4 \ 6801 Red Irene Shephard (Tom) AS, 8421 N . helen Lane,
Maple Way, Citrus Heights, C A 95610, 916/725- Stockton Stockton, C A 95212, 209/931-2198
Visalia Elaine Y. M u r r a y (Robert) £, 3124 Royal Oaks, Visa-
V i c k i W o o d w a r d A r m s t r o n g (Larry) I T , 1423 East lia. C A 93277
8685 South, Sanda, U T 84092, 801/561-7983 Nevada
Las Vegas Sherlene Parson (William) ATI. 4165 Judson Avenue,
Bonnie Somers Berger (Edward) T , 13860 Olive M i l l Las Vegas, N V 89115
Way, Poway, C A 92064, 619/748-8854 New Mexico
Los Alamos Emily Engle (Lars) I I K , 1210 M y r t l e . Los Alamos.
Lynne Patterson Dickinson (Steve) £4>, 16932 M a y a l l N M 87545
Street, Sepulveda, C A 91343, 818/366-3930

Karen Youngman Ryan (Michael) A £ , 1458 Redmond
Road, San Jose, C A 95120, 408/268-2831

Gloria Tillman Markussen (Mrs.) AB, 741 Big Bend
Dr.. Pacifica, Ca 94044, 415/355-0778

VHI-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:

Phyllis Austin-Bakersfield A l u m Colony, Denver, Monterey, Salt Lake City Colony. San Diego. South Bay-Paolos Verdes. Tucson.
Gayle Fitzpatrick-Amador-Livermore Valley, Glendale, Long Beach, Pasadena, Riverside. San Fernando Valley, Southern Orange County.
Phyllis Casteel Gilson-East Bay. Diablo Valley. M a r i n County, Palo A l t o , Sacramento, San Jose. San Mateo, Ventura C o u n t y .
Rosemary Kappas Schwierjohn-AIbuquerque. Hawaii, Los Angeles, Northern Orange County, Phoenix.

We're Planning A Convention
And Uncle Sam
Delegating Wants You
To Be There!
June 28-
Flag-waving July 3,1985

Spittoon-Polishing W. Marriott Hotel
Congressional-Caucusing Pennsylvania Avenue

Washington, D.C.


Eighty-seven years ago, Stella, Bess, Helen and Jess founded Alpha Omicron Pi for one reason: to further
their friendships.

Many factors influenced each of our decisions to join Alpha Omicron Pi, but the main reason for all of us
was to further our friendships.

Through the years, the fraternity has developed countless programs to benefit our members. The programs
vary, but their ultimate aims do not. Each is designed in some way to contribute to the maintenance and
development of our Alpha Omicron Pi friendships.

Founders' Day is an appropriate time to remind ourselves that friendship is the basis—the heart—of every-
thing we do in Alpha Omicron Pi. Even such diverse activities as training programs and financial manage-
ment techniques support the furthering of the friendships we share because of the fraternity.

As our world becomes increasingly complex, as technology exerts greater influences on our lives, and as
relationships are tested by seemingly uncontrollable factors, the profound value and benefits of our friend-
ships become increasingly apparent.

As we salute the founding of Alpha Omicron Pi on this Founders' Day, let us honor our heritage.
But more importantly, let us look confidently to the future and to the rewards that can be ours through
commitment, involvement and AOII friendships.
Let us honor the past.
Let us serve the future.
And let us constantly nurture and expand the treasured friendships we continue to enjoy because of our
involvement in Alpha Omicron Pi.


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Kay Hansen Sutherlin Helen Claire McMahon
Teri Thomas Anderson Mary McCammon Williams

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