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Published by Alpha Omicron Pi, 2015-09-16 13:41:13

1970 Winter - To Dragma

Vol. LVII, No. 10

OF ALPHA OMICRON PI •WINTER •19Z(


THE THEME
Of
Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority's 49th International Convention
June 13-17, 1971
Achievement Opportunity Progress
This all adds up to AO//
and neatly summarizes what our sorority is all about.
Make your arrangements now to attend the four-day session at the Statler Hilton and explore all three of these facets of AOII, past, present and future.
See the inside pages for more details on convention plans.
IS
In Dallas, Texas


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Alpha Omicron Pi
INDEX
290 V erginia Long Miller,
Extension Vice President 293 Meet Our Regional
Extension Officers
296 International Convention
Theme Set, Key Chairmen, Initial Plans Listed
298 Awards Set For Dallas Con- vention
299 Post-Convention Tours
300 In Memoriam
302 AOII's Traveling Secre- taries
Winter, 1970
published since January 1905 b y
ALPHA OMICRON PI Fraternity, Inc.
Founded a t Barnard College, Edited b y Millie Milam Murphy
Vol.
LVII,
N o . 10
Send all EDITORIAL material to the editor, 4534 Shy's Hill Road, Nashville, Tenn. 37215
Send all changes of ADDRESS, death notices, magazine and T O DRAGMA subscriptions to: Alpha Omicron Pi Central Office Suite 109, 3000 Meadows Parkway Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
POSTMASTER: Please send notice of undeliverable copies to Alpha Omicron P i Central Office, Suite 109
3000 Meadows Parkway, Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
TO DRAGMA is published by Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity and printed by Kable Printing Company, Mount Morris, Illinois 61054. Second Class postage paid at Mount Morris.
TO DRAGMA is published four time a year. Subscription price is $1.00 per copy; $3 per year; Life Subscription $25.
AOII is women—four Founders and over 44,000 members.
AOII is progress—founded seventy-two years ago, it has 93 collegiate chapters, 1 colony and almost 200 alumnae chapters.
AOII is facilities—chapter houses, apartments, suites and rooms.
AOII is international—three collegiate chapters in Canada plus alumnae.
AOII is philanthropy—The Arthritis Foundation with offices everywhere needing volunteer service.
AOII is a lifetime commitment to scholarship, leadership and friendship.
AOII is the inspiration that grows in meaning with the years.
304 Special Notes and Quotes From Alumnae Luminar-
On the Cover: The enlarging world of AOII includes broadening areas of achievement, opportunity and progress for collegiates and alumnae, alike. Pictured top, left, and proceeding clockwise are: (1) Venie Perkins, Ann Molt and Ada Brown, Vancouver, B.C., Can- ada, alumnae, preparing for regional meeting, Photo courtesy of Lions Gate Times. (2) Birmingham Southern's Tau Delta Chapter members, Pat Moodie and Sarah Wickler, practice crowning Mr. Hilltopper contestants, Charles Poole and Dickie Stanford. (3) Rena Hampton, Corinne Meredith, Jean Peyton, Mrs. Norman Ellis and Dr. Louis Snellgroves at Omega Omicron's coffee for Lambuth Col- lege's faculty and administrators. (4) Alpha Phi's stately chapter house at Montana State University, Bozeman, reflects growth and expansion. (5) Ray Hulce, Pierre Fraly, Arthritis Foundation executives; Joan MacCallum (Mrs. John), AOII's International Philan- thropic chairman; and Mrs. Gladis Alden at workshop, annual meeting, T h e Arthritis Foundation, in June in Detroit. (6) Barbara Batchelder, Upsilon, of Seattle, Wash., works with Red Cross administrator in San Salvador, El Salvador, to arrange teaching pro- grams by United States college students. (7) Lynne A . Carmichael (Mrs. Andrew J.) and Honore Findlay (Mrs. James), Beta Kappa alumnae, dispense AOII roses in Vancouver. Photo courtesy Lions Gate Times, center. (8) Susan Pitts, Alicia Haile, Gail Rietz, front, and Beth Bagwell, Joan Critton, Leslie Batchelder, Meri Barbour, Clair Moncure and Pam Bell in N u Omicron's Chapter Room, Vanderbilt University.
All About Convention Exhibits
chapters will be bringing. The shapes are stressed so they can be cut and brought along to convention in dele- gates' suitcases.
Therefore, time and money will be saved by the exhibits not having
Members of collegiate and alum- nae chapters, please note!
Be m aking plans to present one good activity or event of your par- ticular group as an exhibit at the convention in Dallas.
D o this on any color poster sheet. Collegiates, cut this sheet into
pennant size. Suggested size should be about 12 inches with two sides about 24 inches long.
Alumnae, cut your posters in the shape of a diploma, 17 inches wide and 22 inches long.
The above m easurem ents are mentioned only in an effort to give groups an idea of what size most
to be m ailed tion.
ahead before conven-
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January
(Mrs. Robert C . )
303
Survey Reveals AOII Alum- nae At Work . . . And Play
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308 320
Alpha Omicron Pi Directory Life M agazine Features
AOII
Third Cover AOII Potpourri
Shop
TO DRASMA REPORTERS:
Feb. I—Collegiates, send articles and
good black and white photos of out- standing alumnae of your chapter who are recent graduates.
Plan now for May I deadline with ar- rangements for good black and white photographs.
Feb. I—Alumnae—Send articles and good black and white photographs of outstanding members of. your chapter who are active in politics, government, public service, etc., on a local, state or national level.
Send newspaper stories, clippings and newspaper slick photographs (where possible) of any activities or accom- plishments of your chapter or individual members that appear locally. Include name of publication and date.


VERGINIA LONG MILLER (MRS. GEORGE C.)—IOTA
EXTENSION VICE PRESIDENT By Millie Milam Murphy, T O DRAGMA Editor
The changes that so marked the college campus scene in the Sixties have proved so challenging, provoc- ative and, often, contentious, that AOIIs may be tempted to minimize their beneficial effects on the cur- rent, overall Panhellenic picture.
Our sorority's vigorous, effective policies of meeting head-on and grappling victoriously with devia- tions from the formerly accepted traditional aspects in university life writes one of the most exciting chapters in AOII expansion.
Not only have the last two decades proved to be a period of phenom- enal growth for the sorority, but have ushered in an entirely new concept in expansion.
This is a healthy trend reported by all the major college sororities and fraternities. Since 1940, the number of these established groups in the United States and Canada has almost doubled.
In the 1960 winter issue of TO DRAGMA, Phyllis Arner Wester- man, Rho, then serving as AOII's director of expansion, heralded this strong, rapid, extension move- ment by writing—
"Expansion is the keystone of a sorority's present position and future standing in the Greek world as we enter the decade of the Sixties. This holds true, not just for AOII, but for every national Panhellenic or- ganization. I f you doubt the tre- mendous stress placed on growth, you have only to check the national Panhellenic tabulation of new chap- ters for the past two years . . . From
1957-59, 176 new chapters were chartered. Is there any doubt but that sororities are on the move and AOII must keep in step?"
"There is no standing still be- cause, in reality, that means going backwards as others move ahead."
"Some alumnae of AOII, as alums of other groups, do not under- stand the fraternity boom we are experiencing, nor know how col- leges and campuses have changed since World W ar EL They question the number of new chapters and their sites because they continue to look at the college scene as they knew it while undergraduates. For instance, a school that may have had a corner on 'spooks' during their school days could today be attract- ing a higher type of girl than their 'prestige' college of two decades ago."
"Expansion is very much with us and in this changing educational picture, AOII must continue to ex- pand in line with other groups. We have added an average of three new chapters per year during the past five years."
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She's tuned in to all the changes, challenges and opportunities offered on the college scene today for sorority expansion and she wants all AOIIs to recognize them.
Trend Accelerates
Heeding this challenging charge, other AOII International Vice Pres- idents in charge of Extension have taken up the torch and carried it magnificently through the Sixties. Almost 40 collegiate chapters or, an average of four per year, have been installed in the last decade.
Epitomizing this foresight, deter- mination and dedication of which we speak is current Extension Vice President Verginia Long Miller,
(Mrs. George C.-Iota).
Jinnie Miller is famous in AOII
circles for her "fantastically flaw- less" complexion, meticulous ap- proach to problem-solving and ten- acity in following a job to comple- tion.
She regards her executive posi- tion as, primarily, one of Alpha Omi- cron Pi sales promotion.
"Each of us has her own little em- phasis in AOII . . . and, of course, I always see everything from a sales angle. How will it sell AOIIs? How will it sell prospective pledges? Deans?
"Before we can expand anywhere effectively," declares Jinnie, "we must sell more and more AOIIs on AOII!
"They have to realize how im- portant the forming of active alum- nae chapters is for two major reasons.
"First, lifelong membership means just that. It's not something you file away in a drawer with college mem- ories. This is one of the big differ- ences in selling local versus national membership."
Jinnie says she gets quite impa- tient with alumnae who say, "Why should we form a chapter . . . We just like to meet once in a while."
She suggests that this breed of alumnae take a long, hard look at the effect this attitude has "on tran- sient AOIIs, new ones in town, the overall picture of AOII statistics, and collegiate chapters who need the backing of strong alumnae or- ganizations."
"Collegiates in many cases need aid in forming their personal cam- pus image, as well as chapter effec- tiveness in selling AOII on an inter- national scale and striking out for expansion," says Jinnie.
AOII's extension vice president considers her job the most absorb- ing, delightfully engrossing position on the Executive Committee. She and her Regional Extension Officers
stay on the move constantly visiting college campuses.
She must look into all schools that express an interest in having an Alpha Omicron Pi chapter on their campuses. She does this by corre- spondence and personal inspection.
Her executive duties also involve coordination of all those involved with establishment of colonies and supervision of colonies until their installation as chapters.
She also serves on the National Panhellenic Council, City Panhel- lenic Committee and attends pan- hellenic and administrators' meet- ings involving expansion.
This includes attendance at the annual meeting of women's deans and counselors, as well as serving on AOII's six-member Executive Committee.
Current AOII projects shaping up and rolling forward in the con- structive manner which makes ex- pansion continually "fun, exciting, challenging and inspiring" to Jinnie Miller are:
(1.) The installation of AOII's 93rd collegiate chapter, Gamma Iota, at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, October 17.
(2.) The official colonization of Lambda Omega, Northwest Mis- souri State College, Maryville, Mo., tentatively set for October 27.
(3.) The installation October 20 of the Findlay Area Alumnae Chap- ter in Findlay, Ohio.
This latter installation especially warms the cockles of Jinnie Miller's heart. She wrote when the new Las Vegas, Nev., Alumnae Chapter was installed in recent months, " I con- sider alumnae the golden key so important to expansion. Do not lose sight of the fact that AOII extension also includes developing new alum- nae chapters."
Jinnie finds statistics fascinating and especially those that have to do with expansion.
National panhellenic figures sub- stantiate the fact that growth and expansion is the over-all trend.
Greeks Grow
Since 1940 the number of estab- lished fraternity and sorority chap- ters in the United States and Canada has almost doubled. During the past five years there has been an increase of over 350 fraternity chapters and more than 250 new sorority chap- ters.
New collegiate chapters are being
chalked up at the rate of 70 men's groups and 50 women's organiza- tions each year.
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During a visit by International Extension Vice
President Jinnie Miller, N orthern Ariiona University's Theta Omegas show her where they would like to see new chapters by means of their clever map of the United States on which each AOII chapter lights up.
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Extension Vice President Jinnie Miller meets with members of a local sorority at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces who requested information about AOII.
Pat Mot+weiler (Mrs. Wilbur), Extension Officer for Region IV, utilizes the official ex- pansion kit to show a prospective pledge at Southern Illinois University AOII badge and jewelry.
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In just the past six years, over 400 additional educational institu- tions throughout the United States have requested fraternities and sor- orities to become established on their campuses.
Jinnie outlines the two procedures followed in establishing a new col- ony. They are: After investigation, either accepting a local sorority whose members have high stand- ards, good scholarship and an ex- emplary record for participation in campus and community activities, or conducting a special colony rush with local alumnae plus collegiates from other campuses, helping to plan parties and generally introduc- ing AOII to students who are inter- ested in obtaining a fraternity expe- rience.
Either of these procedures are followed only after invitation to colonize has come from officials of a university or college who feel that a local group is ready for national affiliation or when the need is indi- cated for another NPC group.
When AOII is interested in hav- ing a chapter on a certain campus, a letter of intent is filed with the dean of women declaring that the sorority would be interested in colo- nizing when there is a need for a new sorority.
Of course it's just good business to work towards colleges and univer- sities where all indications point to establishment of successful chapters.
Absolutely indispensable is strong alumnae support to assist in the edu- cating of these prospective mem- bers, and sufficient funds to assure meeting the costly demands of colo- nization and installation.
Careful consideration is given housing requirements in an era of rising costs of land, construction and interest rates.
For a number of years, AOII minimized expansion. The sorority passed up many chances to colonize in schools where we now wish we had chapters. In comparison to the 3,500,000 students on American campuses in the fifties, the total has now exceeded 7,000,000. Naturally there's not room for all these stu- dents in the old, prestige schools of the past.
They have turned to smaller schools which, in turn, have grown by leaps and bounds and undergone extensive face-liftings and expansion programs.
These latter schools prove much more attractive to AOII than, for example, many Big Ten schools where we've been invited to colon- ize, but where housing requirements
Dean Lewright, Bernice Moore and Eleanor Massman Oyer, Region V Extension Officer, discuss colonization during an expansion visit to Northwest Missouri State College. Formal ceremonies for this new colony were sched- uled to take place late in October.
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Western Illinois University's recently in- stalled Sigma lota Chapter capitalized on expansion, yet to come, by erecting a circus tent on the future site of their chapter house and holding their fall rush parties in it.
Becky Weinberg (Mrs. Frank) discusses AOII expansion with Lucile Spencer (Mrs. R. W .), Extension Office-at-large for Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico.
AOII
IS LOOKING
FOR TRANSFERS
OR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Our Sorority is looking for girls who might enjoy working with an- other AOII Chapter, either as a transfer student or as a graduate student, as a guidance counselor.
For additional information, write:
Mrs. Joseph Sweeder 3150 N . Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60657
would total nearly half a million dollars and make the whole opera- tion prohibitive.
AOII hesitates to strike out in areas where the sorority is not well- known. Here, once again, loyal, dedicated alumnae are the key.
Extreme care is given in choos- ing the areas in which we feel we can be most successful.
Nothing ventured, nothing gained is not necessarily true where sorority extension is concerned. Establish- ment of another mediocre chapter in an already-shaky area does noth- ing to strengthen our image. Not only is failure an expensive propo- sition, it frequently delays expansion in a given area for a long, long time.
However, in the past 10 years, AOII collegiate chapters have spread into five additional states with AOII officially represented now in 44 states, plus Washington, D.C., and four Canadian provinces.
Jinnie Miller views as excellent the outlook for AOII's continued and stepped-up expansion program in this decade as we approach our 75th Diamond Jubilee Anniversary in 1973.
Still receiving far moreinvitations to colonize than we can accept, AOII continues to expand.
Founded in 1897, AOII added its first 25 chapters in 21 years and established 25 more chapters in 23 years. It took just 17 more years to bring this total up to 75 chapters.
It was 1958 that marked the es- tablishment of this 75th chapter.
At this astounding rate, AOII should be able to mark the birthday of its 100th chapter before its Dia- mond Jubilee.
Jinnie Miller can't visualize any reflections on expansion without in- cluding a most positive answer to the question, Why? She emphasizes "that many alumnae and collegiates get very upset about expansion and want to know why we lose chapters, or why we don't give help to chapters which need help. They just aren't aware of the tremendous amount of help that is given and how vital to AOII every single chapter is!
Preparing for interviews which preceded col- onization at Southern Illinois University are Dean Mary Alice Arnold, Judy Burnham, Panhellenic president, Pat Mottweiler and Jinnie Miller.
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Meet OurRegional Extension Officers
Kathy Wilkinson, Gloria Howell, Nancy Eaton and Nancy Schaeffer are among 25 AOIIs at Memphis State University, where there is no collegiate chapter, who join Kappa Omi- cron Chapter, Southwestern University, for social and rush activities. This group attended the Region III Convention and plan to be on hand at the international meeting in Dallas.
These same women must under- stand why the sorority must grow or lose the game.
"I suppose it's as simple as look- ing at these statistics above," says Jinnie. "The addition of 40 chapters in the last 10 years, proves we are progressing and on the move."
Jinnie hopes that her news and views on expansion will encourage and inspire collegiate and alumnae chapters, alike, to have meetings on expansion; send information to their regional expansion officers on schools; encourage straggling alum- nae to write their regional expan- sion officer about forming chapters in their towns. Oh, how sweet it would be!
Adding impetus to the field of AOII extension is the acceptance by Terry Howard, a former traveling secretary, of the challenging assign- ment of creating AOII in pictures to be used in expansion and rush, too. Her finished product is scheduled to take the place of the current Ex- pansion Kit, and will be made avail- able to AOIIs to use when they are asked to visit a school or group on behalf of expansion.
Jinnie Miller, who has racked up myriad numbers of hours of service to Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority since her collegiate days at the University of Illinois, says her family is "Greek oriented" with Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Epsilon, Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Delta Delta and Chi Omega, as well as AOII represented in the immediate circle of husband, daugh- ter, two sons, a son-in-law and a daughter-in-law. Her husband, George C. Miller, is associated with Leo Burnett Advertising Company in Chicago.
Donna Bell Hoover
(Mrs. Hubert M.—B<1>) Region I
Eleanor Massman Oyer (Mrs.John—<t>)
Region V
Jo Ann Smith Gould (Mrs. John—T) Region V I
REGION I
DONNA BELL HOOVER, a grad- uate of the University of Indiana where she was a member of Beta Phi Chapter and a charter member of the Bloomington, Ind., Alumnae Chapter, has resided in New Hamp- shire since 1966. She has attended alumnae meetings and has been a member of five alumnae chapters all over the United States. She contin- ues to stress sorority membership as the key to lasting and "instant" friends where ever she goes.
Donna feels that expansion is vital because sororities play such an important part in college life. She tries to emphasize the fact that most college clubs endure for the four years of college, but AOII goes on
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Becky Thurston Omega Omicron Region III
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Patricia Jacobs Mottweiler (Mrs. Wilbur—6)
Region IV
forever.
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extension, each situa-


"Their Jobs Are Being
rked Into Busy Lives by AOII Who Care Enough . . ." Jinnie Miller
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Mary Campbell Aldrich
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Nancy Bats-ford (Mrs. Sterling—Ai)) Region VIII
Maryland. She's listed in Who's
Lucile Hendricks Spencer (Mrs. Ralph—Z) REO-At-Large for Colorado, Utah, Arizona and
New Mexico.
tional Convention Sub-Chairman.
A graduate of the class of 1950 of DePauw University, she has a son, Richard, now a freshman at the
University of Illinois.
Pat lists her favorite forms of rec-
reation as boating, cycling and trav- eling, but it's rather hard to visualize her finding time to engage in these when one reads a list of her volun- teer duties in her community. She is the single woman on a 30-member Board of Directors of the Suburban Community Chest Council, and de- votes one day each week to working at the Northwest Community Hos- pital.
She's past president of the North- west Suburban Alumnae Chapter, North Shore Junior Alumnae, Chi- cago Council and of the K-6 PTA and the PTA of the junior high school her son attended. She's also worked with the Mothers Little League and Mount Prospect Com- bined Appeal.
REGION V
ELEANOR MASSMAN OYER considers extension "the most im- portant phase of AOII work, both on the alumnae and collegiate level."
"It is also very rewarding, al- though sometimes frustrating," she declares. " Y o u certainly have to be a very optimistic person and also, dedicated."
Both Eleanor and her husband, John, a plumbing and air condition- ing contractor, attended the Univer-
(Mrs. Milton—P) Region VII
tion must be given special consid- eration," says Donna, who hopes AOII can succeed in installing more outstanding chapers like Chi Pi at Northeastern University in Boston. She came by her present post after discovery that there's no alumnae chapter in the area where she now resides. She was named A D , and then elected REO. A former school teacher, she served as president of the South Bend, Ind., and W ashing- ton, D.C., Alumnae Chapters.
REGION I I
JO STETLER SANDERS, who's chairman of the International Nomi- nations Committee, says, "Sorority is alive and flourishing in Region I I . Extension is the most exciting and fun job in AOII. Meeting with en- thusiastic college administrative per- sonnel, local colonies and alumnae is a beautiful, two-way street. We all discover and rediscover that the idealism and service in sorority, to college and community, are goals many special women want and cher- ish today. To seek new chapters is a privilege. T o be sought is divine. The past year has been divine for AOII in Region II."
Jo's AOII credits, include having previously served as Second and Third Vice Presidents, C D . Ill and North Virginia Alumnae president. She's currently serving on Pi Delta Corporation Board and is a member of the Advisory Board to the Col- lege Panhellenic at the University of
of American
REGION I I I
Women.
Who
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BECKY THURSTON'S back home again in Memphis, Tenn., after being away several years in Or- lando, Fla., where she set up l i - braries in two brand new elementary schools for children ranging in age from six to 12 and did a stint as Traveling Secretary for AOII. A t Lambuth College she was president of Omega Omicron Chapter and wielded the gavel for the campus panhellenic organization.
"Extension is not only where the excitement is—it's where the answer to 'Why AOII?' becomes so obvi- ous," says Becky. "Putting the meaning of AOII into words for local sororities and non-Greeks brings to a peak all that we are and all that we stand for as members of Alpha Omicron Pi. I can't think of a more thrilling and stimulating way to continue to make AOII meaning- ful to me!"
REGION IV
PATRICIA JACOB MOTTWEIL- ER's devotion to Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority is best measured in the tremendous amount of volunteer work she does for our organization. Currently, in addition to serving as Extension Officer of Region I V , she's serving as a director for the same area. Past posts have included National Supervisor and Interna-


ALPHA OMICRON PI EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES
A NEW COLONY, LAMBDA OMEGA,
AT
NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE COLLEGE. MARYVILLE, MISSOURI.
OCTOBER. 1970
sity of Kansas. They have two chil- dren who are both married and living in the Greater Kansas City area and five grandchildren.
Eleanor has been involved in some form of AOII work for at least 25 years. In college she was presi- dent of Phi Chapter and has served as president of the Greater Kansas City Alumnae Chapter, on the ad- visory committee of Phi Chapter, rush adviser for six years, and chap- ter adviser for two different terms totaling six years, and as collegiate director of District X V . She's state membership chairman and has been the recipient of the Outstanding Alumnae Award in Greater Kansas City.
in the past when not completely immersed in sorority activities, she's been field director of the Camp Fire Girls, a children's librarian and worked on The Kansas City Star. She lists her hobbies as sewing, golf and traveling.
REGION V I
JO A N N SMITH GOULD views the attacks the Greek system has been under in recent years, along with many other traditional institu- tions, part of the growing pains of a young country. " I believe during this next decade, we will see a re- emphasis of the old, traditional values and ideals, she says.
"Standards on which sororities were founded are valid, but we live in a rapidly changing world and AOII must meet these changes and challenges in order to remain, alive, vital and growing."
Jo A n n was graduated from the University of Washington in 1944. Her husband heads Gould Company which furnishes Puget Sound schools with graduation supplies. Their children are Randall, who is attend- ing medical school, and Debra A n n , a college sophomore. Her AOII ac-
tivities have included panhellenic delegate, Founders' Day chairman, vice president of the Seattle Alum- nae and standards adviser to Upsi- lon Chapter.
She's immediate past president of Stanford Mothers in Washington State, secretary of the Bellevue Citi- zens of Specific Language Disabil- ity; a member of the management board, University Congregational Church, and both the national and Seattle branches, Orton Society. The Goulds have a summer home on an island where they spend as much time in the summer as they can. Jo Ann lists her hobbies, gardening, crafts and entertaining.
REGIONVII
MARY CAMPBELL ALDRICH states, that "AOII is my consuming interest." When you meet Mary you are consumed by her genuineness and sincere love for her sorority. She is working overtime these days for AOII since, in addition to being Extension Officer for Region V I I , she also is serving as local chairman for the up-and-coming International Convention in Dallas in June.
She is an excellent choice for both posts since her sweet personality makes it hard for anyone to say "no" to her. Fort Worth is her home, so the miles she's logging these days between this community and Dallas are enough to startle even a traveling salesman.
Mary says she's a firm believer in AOII expansion, but being a realist, too, she lists neglect and delay as the two worst enemies of such a pro- gram. A resident of Ft. Worth for 28 years, she was initiated into Rho Chapter at Northwestern University and later was affiliated with Iota at the University of Illinois.
Her husband is an engineer with General Dynamics and they have two married sons, Tony and Steve.
REGION VIII
NANCY BATSFORD says of ex- pansion in her region, " I feel that California is one area where we have worked hard, anticipated change and were ready when it came."
"AOII was my most valuable ex- perience in college. I have found it even more rewarding since gradu- ation as it's continued to open the door to meeting and making many wonderful friends," she continues.
A fourth generation Californian, she was born in Oakland and was graduated from San Jose State Col-
ALPHA OMICRON PI ANNOUNCES
THE INSTALLATION
OF
THE FINDLAY AREA ALUMNAE CHAPTER. FINDLAY. OHIO
OCTOBER 20. 1970
lege where she served as president of Delta Sigma Chapter and re- ceived a degree in elementary edu- cation. She taught the second grade in San Jose for more than three years.
Her husband, Sterling, is a gradu- ate of California Polytechnic Col- lege with a degree in architectural engineering and a member of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. He owns a marble company in San Francisco. The Batsfords' two children are five and one-half-year-old Shelley and three and one-half-year-old JUL.
REO-AT-LARGE
FOR COLORADO, UTAH, ARI- ZONA AND NEW MEXICO LUCILE HENDRICKS SPENCER declares, "Those of us who were active in the days when AOII stressed conservative extension find ourselves a little surprised to read about two or three chapters' instal- lations in almost every issue of TO DRAGMA, but if the fraternity sys- tem and AOII, in particular, is to survive, it must expand. It seems to me that in these troubled times on college campuses, fraternities and sororities should and can be a vital force for good and an influence for the highest ideals."
Lucille, who is termed "an im- portant and integral part of AOII's extension program," by Extension Vice President Jinnie Miller, was initiated into Zeta Chapter in 1930, the youngest of three Hendricks sis- ters, all members of Zeta. In 1933 she was one of Zeta's two Mortar Board members and also served as chapter president.
In 1935, she was married to Ralph Spencer, also a Nebraskan. They have three children, a son and two daughters, and one of these daughters is an AOII. The Spencers also have three grandchildren. They have lived in Chicago, St. Louis and, ten years ago, moved to Scotts- dale, Arizona.
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International Convention Theme Set, Key Chairmen, Initial Plans Listed
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LORENA TERRY QUICK (Mrs. Edward) Kappa—Randolph-Macon Woman's College
Terry is chairman of International Convention in Dallas, Texas, June 13 through 17, 1971. She has served in almost every capacity with the Memphis AOII Alumnae including president, co-chairman of the International Convention in Memphis and co-chairman of the first Regional FETE in June, 1967.
ningham Jay (Mrs. Joe Bob), ar- rangements; Grace McVeigh, Rose Banquet.
Emily Jane Humphrey Freund (Mrs. Conrad), exhibits; Numa K. Ablovich Surgeon (Mrs. Edward G.), rituals; Helen Marie Giehm Bates (Mrs. Robert), mini tour.
Boutique Planned
Latest convention bulletins from Terry and Dallas headquarters in- clude news of plans for a convention Boutique. Here's an opportunity for convention-goers to browse, shop and put money back into AOII, all at the same time and right at convention headquarters, too.
A special room is being reserved at the Statler Hilton for the Bou- tique. Items will be featured that collegiate and alumnae chapters have made, plus commercial pro- ducts normally found in most bou- tiques.
Boutique chairman is Mary Kathryn Henry Bayer (Mrs. Orrien R.) N K . The shop will be open after meetings and meals for delegates' convenience and Mary Kay's sales staff will be handy to assist buyers with their purchases.
This is a golden opportunity to gain recognition for your original ideas and earn money for your chap- ter! Items that can be made include: Jeweled Christmas balls and other holiday decorations; place cards, tallies, ashtrays, candle holders, de- coupage ideas, bean bags, purses, aprons, collages, etc. Check with your local holiday bazaars for their most popular items, and then get busy, everybody, making your in- ventory for convention.
See the inside, back cover for Boutique Entry Blank and direc- tions for participation requirements.
Newspaper Set
Delegates to the convention and stay-at-homes will have the oppor- tunity to read all current happen- ings at the meeting on a daily basis.
Plans for a daily newspaper to be published on the spot at conven- tion are underway. Cost of the three convention issues will be $1.00
Watch your spring issue of T O D R A G M A for the subscription coupon.
Delegates who can volunteer their assistance in any facet of this con-
MEMO TO ALL:Mark all calen- dars for June 13-17, 1971, with a big, red AOII!
A Achievement O Opportunity
II Progress
Lorena "Terry" Quick of Mem- phis, International Convention Chairman, announces that these three Greek letters have provided the inspiration to set the theme for this 49th meeting scheduled in Dy- namic Dallas at the Statler Hilton Hotel this summer.
AOIIs everywhere are urged to put these ideas to work and come to convention ready to learn more about how they can work with AOII to grow together in achievement,
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opportunity and progress.
Terry announces that Mary
Campbell Aldrich (Mrs. Milton) Rho-Northwestern University, of Fort Worth, is serving as Dallas Convention's local chairman.
Chairmen of other key commit- tees serving on a local level at the convention site are: Ruth Elizabeth Lloyd Bean (Mrs. George W .), re- servations; Barbara June Owens Kramer (Mrs. Raymond R.), pub- licity.
Phyllis Long Wright Gardner (Mrs. Jonathan B.), registration; Lelabel Flanery Sheridan (Mrs. E. D.), hospitality; Mary Gwyn Mc- Cullough Gillespie (Mrs. Vincent G.), printing; Bobbie Anne Meeler Sahm (Mrs. Victor A., Jr.), photog- raphy.
Janet May Christy Liem (Mrs. Kenneth), flowers; Gloria Ann Cun-
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vention project are asked to write their convention chairman:
Mrs. W. Edward Quick 120 N. Perkins Road,
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Convention Chairman Terry Quick, who hails from the Bluff City, is truly proud of her AOII heritage. Her mother, the late Linda Best Terry, as her daughter, also was an AOII at Kappa Chapter and was instrumental in chartering Kappa Omicron Chapter at South- western University in Memphis.
Our chairman's sister, Linda Terry Vaughn, also was a member of Kappa Chapter as well as Kappa Omicron. An aunt, Ethel TerryBar- ham, was a member of Omicron at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and is a member of AOII's 50-year alumnae club. Terry's only daughter, Cathy Strick- land, also selected the Jacqueminot rose at the University of Tennessee at Martin and was initiated into Tau Omicron Chapter. She presently is attending the University of Tennes- see at Knoxville.
After graduating from Randolph- Macon with a major in chemistry, Terry married Ensign Garner Strick- land, Jr., a Naval pilot from Mem- phis. They had a son Garner, I I I , and Cathy. When Cathy was three months old, her father was killed in a naval plane crash in California.
His death led Terry to pursue an outside endeavor for a livelihood and interest. The result is a dress shop in downtown Memphis called "Terry's," where she's in her 19th year of business.
AOII has occupied a lot of Terry's time. She has served as president of Memphis Alumnae, co- chairman of the International Con- vention in Memphis, co-chairman of the first Regional FETE in June, 1967, financial chapter adviser to Kappa Omicron at one time and chairman of installation ceremonies of Sigma Omicron at Arkansas State University.
Terry and husband, W . Edward Quick, Circuit Court Judge of the State of Tennessee in Memphis, en- joy their few leisure hours at a week- end retreat on Pickwick Lake. High- lights come with the arrival of their son and daughter-in-law and daugh- ter. Garner, III, was graduated from the University of Tennessee this August where he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega.
Terry's non-AOII past has in- cluded founding and chartering the Memphis Jaycette Club of which she was president.
Schedule For Dallas
The Statler Hilton, a magnificent hotel in the heart of downtown Dallas, will be the site of AOII's 49th International Convention June 13-17, 1971. The business schedule is as follows:
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SUNDAY, JUNE 13
2 until 5 p.m. 3:30 until 5 p.m. 6 p.m.
8 p.m.
9:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m.
MONDAY, JUNE 14
7:30 until 8:30 a.m. 9 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
2 p.m.
30 p.m.
15 p.m. 30 p.m.
TUESDAY, JUNE 15
7:30 until 8:30 a.m. 8:15 until 8:45 a.m.
9 a.m.
12:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m.
Registration
Ritual Rehearsal
Opening Banquet (formal) Executive Committee Reception-Receiving Line Opening Ritual
Regional Meetings
Breakfast
Business Meeting, general session
Fun Luncheon (Honors Re- peaters) Fashions modeled by leading Dallas Manufacturers during luncheon
Informative Sessions Alumnae Dinner
Memorial
AOII Flashback
Breakfast
Parliamentary Procedure
School
Business Meeting—general
session
Panhellenic Luncheon
AOII "Update Sessions"
Collegiate Dinner (informal) Embassy Ballroom
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16
7:30 until 8:30 a.m. 8:15 until 8:45 a.m.
9 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
2 until 3:30 p.m.
4 p.m.
7 p.m. 9:30 p.m.
10:30 p.m.
Breakfast
Parliamentary Procedure School
Business Meeting - general session, election of Board of Directors; Corporation meet- ing, Election of officers. Philanthropic Luncheon Business meeting, closing session
Installation of officers
Rose Banquet (formal)
New Executive Committee Reception
New and Retiring Officers meeting
THURSDAY, JUNE 17
7:30 until 8:30 a.m. Breakfast
"Getting To KnowYou" Possible Business Session
Court Room Junior Ballroom
Embassy Ballroom Mustang Room
Embassy Ballroom
Embassy Ballroom Junior Ballroom
Junior Ballroom Grand Ballroom Grand Ballroom or Mezzanine Executive Suite
Embassy Ballroom 297
Mezzanine
Junior Ballroom Embassy Ballroom Mezzanine
Junior Ballroom Rooms 401, 404, 426, 449, 406,410, Gold Room,
Silver Room, Mustang Room
Embassy Ballroom Junior Ballroom
Embassy Ballroom
Embassy Ballroom Junior Ballroom Court Room
Embassy Ballroom Mustang Room
Junior Ballroom Embassy Ballroom


Awards Set For Dallas Convention
AOII national and being involved in a good training program while strengthening its own internal AOII relations.
serve on committees and assume the responsibilities of fraternal affairs, are considered.
To be presented for the first time at the Dallas meeting is the espe- cially created Philos Award, a pan- hellenic presentation to be awarded to the collegiate chapter which best exemplifies the interaction of Alpha Omicron Pi as a member group of National Panhellenic Conference within the groups on campus empha- sizing "Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities—the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities." Pan- hellenic Creed.
ANN GRIFFIN MCCLANAHAN GILCHRIST (MRS. KEITH R. THETA) Chairman of Awards for the International Convention in Dallas, reminds AOIIs that the pre- sentation of the Founders' Awards will be one of the highlights of the Rose Banquet Wednesday evening, June 16.
These include: The JWH Cup presented biennially to the most out- standing collegiate chapter. I t is based on service to the college and community, good scholarship, hav- ing fulfilled financial responsibilities, and while active on campus, still maintaining good relations with
through the demands and pressures of a highly competitive campus; she might bring a small, troubled chap- ter safely through a difficult, possi- bly critical year. She does rituals sincerely and well, with understand- ing and appreciation, but not as an elocution exercise. Most of all, her own life is an example of Alpha Omicron Pi philosophy."
The Wyman Award (biennially) is presented to an alumna member who has achieved outstanding suc- cess and/or acclaim in the arts, her profession or service to humanity.
The Mullan Award (biennially) is made to an alumna who has con- tinually through the years, expressed loyal, faithful and devoted service to the Fraternity. Any alumnae members, including past interna- tional presidents who continue to
Scholarship Chairman from her rec- ords.
In addition Scholarship Recogni- tion Awards will be presented seven chapters that have demonstrated their scholastic abilities in helping their individual members attain out- standing achievement. The actual basis of selection of these citations will be changed due to the reluctance of some universities to release any standing of the living units.
The Collegiate Chapter Distin- guished Service Cups will be pre- sented to 10 chapters exemplifying AOII ideals on campus, in their community and within the sorority's structure.
A select group of loyal and de- serving AOII's who typify the life- long vows of the AOII sisterhood by their active interest and participa- tion as alumnae, and often serve si- lently, will be presented the Rose Award.
Based on service to community, collegiate chapters, and other activ- ities, the Alumnae Chapter Distin- guished Service Award will go to one chapter with a membership of more than 25 members and one with a membership of under 25. In this category, three other citations also will be made.
Philanthropic Awards cite the most outstanding collegiate and alumnae chapters based on outstand- ing philanthropic achievements, ful- filling quota and contributing time and/or money to local projects, plus three citations in each of these cate- gories.
Honoring the collegiate chapter maintaining the best communica- tions and records with Central Office is the Central Office Cooperation Cup.
9 a.m. 9 a.m.
9 a.m. until noon Noon until 3 p.m.
1 p.m.
Convention Schedule Cont.
New Board of Directors Meet New Administrative Vice President m eets with Regional Vice Presidents Checkout for most people Regional Vice Presidents leave after meeting
New Executive Committee Meets
Room 401 Room 404
Executive Suite
Sunday evening's opening banquet will be given by members of Pi and Alpha Omicron Chapters and Baton Rouge and New Orleans Alumnae Chapters.
Hostesses at the luncheon on Monday will be Tulsa, Okla., and Little Rock, Ark., Alumnae Chapters, while arrangements for the dinner on Monday evening are being made by members of Shreveport, Alexandria and Monroe Alumnae Chapters.
Tuesday's Panhellenic Luncheon is under the direction of Houston and Lower Rio Grande Alumnae Chapters and Rho Alpha Collegiate Chapter. The Collegiate Dinner is being planned by Delta Beta and Kappa Tau Chapters and the Lafayette Alumnae Chapter.
Sigma Omicron, Lambda Tau and Jonesboro, Ark.,Alumnae Chapters will be hostesses at Wednesday's Philanthropic luncheon, and the gala Rose Banquet is being planned by Pi Kappa Collegiate Chapter and Alumnae of the Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Midland and Arlington Chapters.
The Perry Award (annual) is the
highest distinction given to a col-
legiate member of AOII. It is pre-
sented each year to the most out-
standing collegiate chapter presi-
dent. It was initiated in 1960-61
with the statement, "We wish to
find the presidents whose over-and-
above contribution place them apart
from all others. I n addition, these
candidates are set apart because
of their character, integrity and in-
ner strength; their mature and ex-
ceptionally fine leadership. It is pos-
sible that this girl's excellence may
be known only to her chapter and
adviser for she might not be a cam-
pus leader. She might lead a large,
strong chapter with great wisdom is selected by the International
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The MacCausland Cup will go to the collegiate chapter with the most outstanding scholarship for the past two years. The winner of the award


CLIMAX THE 1971 DALLAS INTERNATIONAL MEET BY JOINING ONE OF T W O POST-CONVENTION TOURS
Magic and fabled Isle, Corfu, where Ulysses swam ashore and the tragic Empress Elizabeth of Austria built a magnificent retreat, now a gambling casino, will be one of the spots visited during the 21- day post-convention tour to Greece. Seen above is Corfu's Mouse Island Monastery.
Charlotte Amali Harbor, St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands, will be the start of one of three excursions into European cultures spiced with tropical flavor which will highlight the 10-day post- convention Caribbean cruise. Other island stops will include Haiti and San Juan.
Extra! Extra!
Latest news from Transportation Chairman Joan Murphy regarding the two, post-convention tours be- ing offered AOIIs and members of their families immediately following the International Convention June
13-17 in Dallas reveals that bro- chures fully describing the 21-day jaunt to Greece and the 10-day trip to the Caribbean have been mailed to all alumnae and collegiate presi- dents.
If anyone wants a copy please write: Mrs. Edward J. Murphy, Transportation Chairman. 2850 Linneman Road. Glenview. Illinois 60025.
These tours are available to all AOIIs and their families at reduced rates, $1275 to Greece including air fare from New York, and $490 from Miami to the Caribbean.
"Although reservations were due December 1, if you act quickly there might be time to squeeze under the wire," says Joan.
She points out that at least six AOIIs who went on the tours to Hawaii and the Orient have signed up for next year's June trips. "That should be some indication of the quality and pure pleasure these tours provide," declares enthusiastic Mrs. Murphy.
The shorter trip, originating in Mi- ami Beach includes get-acquainted dinner parties, a full day's mini- safari to Lion Country, wild game
refuge near Palm Beach, and time to enjoy all the facilities of the ocean-front Deauville Hotel.
AOII has reserved outside, su- perior class cabins on the M / S Sky- ward of the Norwegian Caribbean Lines for the cruise to Haiti, San Juan and St. Thomas. A l l shore excursions and tips are included in the price.
There will be "no dancing in the aisles" of the Olympic airways jet as it takes off from New York City for the 21-day GO GREEK Tour, but there will be plenty of dancing in the Greek Isles.
A glass of ouzo, bouzouki music and gourmet food will set the holi- day atmosphere for the AOII odys- sey to Greece and Turkey. After resting on the Apollo Coast at a jet- setters beach resort, the tour will go to Athens for taverna parties, view- ing the Acropolis by night, day and from Lycabettus Hill ascended by funicular. Ancient Greek treasures will be viewed at a leisurely pace allowing time for pursuing one's in- terest such as furriers, jewelers and white shaggy rug-makers.
Athens is not all there is to Greece, however. The tour will con- tinue to Corinth and Mycenae, site of the soap opera plottings of Elec- tra, Orestes and their scheming rel- atives. Also, Delphi, sacred temple of Apollo in the rugged mountains of the Island; Olympia, site of man's first and only peaceful contest;
Photo Courtesy oj U.S. Virgin Islands
Nauplia, a quaint seaside village with intriguing shops along curving, stepped alleys and stunning views from the cliffs over the sea, beyond the village.
There also will be a seven-day cruise to the Greek Isles, Crete, Santorini, Rhodes and Ephessus on the Turkish Coast, and continuing on to Istanbul, a city of contrasts in sight, sound and aromas.
Cruising back under the sun on the Stella Solaris, there will be relax- ing by the pool before going ashore at Delos, now uninhabited, and the last anchorage, the white-washed swinging Isle of Mykonos. The cruise will end, but the tour will con- tinue to Corfu, magic and fabled isle where Ulysses swam ashore.
CONTEST SLATED
And don't forget to bring your music and lyrics, original that is, along to convention. A song contest is scheduled and any collegiate or alumna member may enter the com- petition.
Certificate Created
Recently created is a new honor to be awarded only at the local level to members who have given long, devoted and distinguished service to AOII. It has been christened the "Certificate of Honor."
A record of the recipients of this honor will be kept in Central Office and will be announced each year in the Autumn Issue of TO DRAGMA.
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IN MEMORIAM
Deceased Members of Alpha Omicron Pi
It is with deep regret that TO DRAGMA announces the death of the following members:
STATE A N D COLLEGE
Alabama
Birmingham Southern College
Arizona
University of Arizona (Tucson)
California
University of California (Berkeley)
Stanford University (Palo Alto)
Illinois
Northwestern University (Evanston)
University of Illinois (Urbana)
Indiana
DePauw (Greencastle)
Purdue University (W. Lafayette) Evansville College
Indiana University (Bloomington)
Iowa
Iowa State University (Ames)
Kansas
University of Kansas (Lawrence)
Louisiana
H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College
(New Orleans)
Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge) Maine
University of Maine (Orono)
Maryland
University of Maryland (College Park)
Massachusetts
Jackson College (Tufts Univ.)
Michigan
University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)
Minnesota
University of Minn. (Minneapolis)
CHAPTER A N D NAME
DATE OF DEATH
Unknown Feb. 28, "70
Jan. 27, '70
May 9, '69 May 3, '69 Jan. 9, '69 Unknown March '69
Unknown Unknown Sept. 29, '69 Dec 25, '69 Unknown
•66 Sept. 3, '70
Unknown Dec. 23, '69
Jan. '69 July 14, '68 Mar. 1, '70 July 25, '69 Unknown Dec. 6, '69 Unknown Unknown
'62 Oct. '66 July '63 July '64
Aug. 21, '55
Mar. 17, '70
Aug. 7, '69
Aug. 5, '69 Unknown Sept. '69 Sept. 12, '67
Sept 8, '68 Feb. 27, '70 Aug. 9, '70 Aug. 17, "70 March 19, '70 Unknown
Unknown '69
Unknown Aug. '69 Aug. '69 July 26, '69
May 13, '68 Apr. 28, '69 Dec. 17, '69 Jan. 29, '70
Jan. 26, '68 July 22, '69 May 26, '69
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Emmette Brown Knox (I.C.)
Elizabeth Hardee Bowen Smith (Ferdinand)
Carol Lynne Moore
Cornelia Morris Mason (Elmer) Mabel Pearl Robertson
Esther Cardwell Wessell
Lucile Newberg Korn (Felix) Irene Cuneo (Americo Frank)
Kathryn Brown Murphy (W. L.) Harriet Colcord Bartlett
Karen Huckelberry Parkhurst (Todd) Dorothy M. Pearson Signor (Howard) Dorothy E. Speirs Gillespie (Cecil) Shirley Hammond Macmillin (Norman) Anne Dolbeer Campbell (Loverne) Mate Lewis Giddings
Elsie Mae Noel Waldo (John)
Mary Martin Duncan Cates (Arthur) Ivah M. Wark Chambers (Courtland) Mary Ethel Tillett Walker (Russell) Melinda Gail Adams
Martha Keeney
Lela M . Baker Arrowsmith (John Ormond) Dorothy Steinwedel O'Maley (Robert) Sarah M. Hiestand Larmore (Joseph) Merry L. Robinson Willman (Honan) Beulah Hoadley Herod (James)
Gladys Weeks Higgs (Randolph)
imogene Bright
Eula Fay Bryan Allis (Llewellyn)
Karen Lee Christensen
Marjorie Jane Scott Cox (R.A.)
Anna Irene Clark Morrison (Rhodus) Willie Wynn White
Virginia Claire Brodie
Dorothy Joy Lowry Sanders (Robert)
Thelma Pauline Nickerson
Eleanor deWolf Murray Farrar (Ralph) Edie Gammon Crowe
Helen Charlotte Worster Cleaves Louise Bartlett Barber (Willard M.) Luzetta Stearns Gregson (L. H.)
Edith Gram Poole (Mrs. Charles Wright) Caroline Lovejoy Harris
Ruth E. Penniman Ware (S. Hadley) Ethel Davis
Eleanor Atherton
Charlotte Raymond Lowell
Gregoria S. Argus Nickitas (James) Susan S. Storke Scott (Phillip Gordon) Ruth E . Sergeant Harding (Sherman) Nelle Ruth Gratton Coffman (Ramon)
Sharon Kay Biersdorf Ball (Mrs.) Grace Hubbard Beecher (George) Lillian Hoff


STATE A N D COLLEGE
University of Minnesota (Continued)
Montana
Montana State Coll. (Bozeman)
Nebraska
University of Nebraska (Lincoln)
New York
Barnard College (N. Y., NY)
Cornell University (Ithaca)
New York University (NY) Syracuse University (Syracuse)
Ohio
Miami University (Oxford)
University of Toledo
Oklahoma
University of Oklahoma (Norman)
Oregon
Oregon State University (Corvallis)
Pennsylvania
University of Penn. (Philadelphia)
T ennessee
Vanderbilt (Nashville)
University of T ennessee (Knoxville)
Southwestern U . (Memphis)
Virginia
Randolph-Macon Woman's College (Lynchburg)
W ashington
Washington State University (Pullman) University of Washington (Seattle)
Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin (Madison)
University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)
Canada
University of Toronto
CHAPTER A N D NAME
T Marion Stettenbenz Redifer (Cy)
T Kathryn Bremer Matson (Franklyn) T Irma Octavia Fredericks DesMarais
A* Laura LaVonne Asvury (Lt. Col.)
Z Ruth E. Judge Hardie (Keith)
Z Helen June Ayres
Z Maurine Black Emery (Raymond)
Z Dorothy Waite Polangin (F . N.)
Z Mattie Woodworth Higgins (Leslie) Z Dorothy Flora Boatright
Z Danolda Perkins Brennan (Mrs. W.) Z LaVerne Wright Kennedy (Lome)
Z Marie Florentine Ohlsen Dwehus
A Evelyn Blunt McDonald
A Margaret Hall Yates
A Viola Turck Ryder (Charles)
E Martha Whitworth McCloskey (James)
E Martha C. McCormick Smythe (Thomas) E Marjorie Eugenia Ericks
E Hilda Lee Goltz Harwood (Elton)
E Kathryn Talley Taggart Best (Fred)
E Marion Darville
Nu Eloise Tellier Crowe (John) Nu Elizabeth Jackson Moss
X Mary Ellen Cullivan Parkhurst (LaVern) X Eudora Grace Hale
12 Marie G . Andrews
fi Martha Anderson McCuIlough (James) £1 Mary Emily Nash Ziegler (John)
0 Ruth Riegel Ketz (Charles)
Patricia Sullivan Miller (Richard)
Renilde Marcella Baur (Richard) e* Shirley Lee Gigandet (Harold)
Xi Algene Chiles Metzler (Theodore)
AP Betty Wait Loop (Charles) AP Marian Margaret Miller
*• Pinckney Estes Glantzberg (Ernst) *• Helen May Zanzinger
Lilias M. Montgomery Lord (John) *• Anna (Nan) Wilson Hanna
NO Helen Bramwell Fariss (George)
NO Jean Catherine Graham Gross (W. C.) NO Georgia Ledbetter Wilson (John)
NO Dorothy Overall Wells (Horace Vinson)
0 Holmes Mary Smith Banks (Ernest)
0 Roberta Louise Hickman Rutherford (Charles) 0 Harriet Cone Greve
0 Lillian K. Wells Coit (Burton)
0 Bessie Mitchell Taylor (Jerome)
KO Peggy Crump Pierce
KO Laura Rainwater McRae (John)
K Elizabeth Sale McRee (Johnson) K Eloise Bealle Bell (Donald)
K Wingate Matthews Holland (John) K Grace Harris Echols (Dyke)
AT Edna Helen Berkey Godfrey (Charles) T Eloise Ebright Jared (Myron)
T Eleanor Louise Peyton
H Wilhelmina Reynolds Gordon (A. K.)
H Margaret Jane Ludden *A Frieda W. Monroe (E. C.) *A Georgianne Gago
BT Margaret McEachern Sanborn (C. Shannon) BT Helen Coyne Black (Walter)
DATE OF DEATH
Nov. 8, '69 June 6, 70 Aug. 24, 7 0
Unknown
Unknown Unknown May 16, '69 May 3, '69 Nov. '69 Unknown Apr. 19, 70 Apr. 30, '69 Unknown
Unknown July 15, '69 Sept. 30, '69 May 28, '69 Unknown Unknown Feb. 1, 70 Apr. '69 July 20, 70 Unknown July '69 Nov. 10, '69 Apr. 1, 70
Unknown Unknown May 5, 70 Feb. 16, 7 0 Feb. 21,70 June '69 Oct. '69
Apr. 70
Unknown Unknown
Oct. 2, '69 Mar. 28, 70 Mar. 23, 70 Dec. 26, '68
May 29, '69 Sept. 6, 70 Unknown Nov. 15, '69 Jan. 1, '69 July 28, '69 Unknown Jan. 12, '69 June 3, 70 Aug. 24, '69 '67
Unknown Unknown Apr. 19, 70 Unknown
Unknown Unknown June 14, '69
Apr. 27, 70 Unknown Unknown Mar. 28, 7 0
Nov. 20, '69 Unknown
As the In Memoriam section is prepared by Central Office, please send all death notices giving full name and verificationof date of death to Central Office,Suite 109, 3000 Meadows Parkway, Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
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AOIVs Traveling Secretaries, Four Strong, Take To The Field
can Colleges and Universities, she was president of Mortar Board.
CINDY HOWLAND, Wisconsin State University, LaCrosse '69. She calls Mosinee, Wis., "home" and re- ceived a B.S. degree in secondary education and social studies. She did post graduate work in student per- sonnel services. President of the campus panhellenic organization and resident hall president, she is listed in Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities.
DEB MA THIS, Murray State University '69. Hailing from Bard- well, Ky., she received a B.S. de- gree in journalism and English and a certificate in teacher education. Her executive posts as a member of Delta Omega Chapter include: re- porter to TO DRAGMA, assistant treasurer, corresponding secretary, chairman of the Diamond Jubilee Fund and a member of the Leaders' Council.
Listed in "Who's Who In Amer- ican Colleges and Universities, she was recipient of the Journalism In- ternship Award.
Why Not Fly For AOII
As A Traveling Secretary?
If you're looking for travel, change of scenery and pace, inves- tigate the Traveling Secretary Pro- gram of Alpha Omicron Pi.
If you've had previous chapter officer training, are a leader in your collegiate chapter and on the campus of your university or college, pos- sibly you qualify for this exciting position.
For further information, complete
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It is most fitting that the address of AOII's Central Office in Indian- apolis, Indiana, provides the back- ground for a photograph of the sorority's quartet of new traveling secretaries.
After an extensive, accelerated training course there early this fall these young ladies have taken to the field to lend their wealth of experi- ence to chapters across the country. They are, from left to right:
KRIS WAHLBERG, University of Washington '69. As a member of Upsilon Chapter, she served as as- sistant treasurer, treasurer, president and was a member of the Leaders' Council.
She was instrumental in organiz- ing the "Assistance Fund" to aid the Seattle Probation Office and was active in affairs of the Homecoming Committee.
DEE GARDNER, University of Alabama '69. Born in Massachu- setts and graduated from high school in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, she holds a degree in elementary educa-
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tion and physical education. As a member of Alpha Delta Chapter, she received the Best Pledge Award and went on to serve in such impor- tant posts as pledge parliamentarian, intramurals and standards chairman, treasurer and president for two suc- cessive years.
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Survey Reveals AOII Alumnae At Work...And Play
It is the group in classes 1940- 1949, with 60%, which shows AOIIs follow the current trend of
wives and mothers returning to work after their children reach college age, or leave home.
In professional fields of interest, differences in age seem less signi- ficant, although "computer technol- ogy" is of growing importance for young graduates and secretarial is waning. The overall pattern is not clear, however, probably because of the wide diversity of interests and the relatively small size of each cell when subdivided by an age.
"Professional expertize" (al- though this may include volunteer activities) has been recognized by Who's Who In American Women for 2% of the alumnae responding to the Survey. And 3.25% of the AOII husbands have had similar recognition. (There is an overlap in these figures, with 1.25% of hus- band-wife teams both being listed in their respective Who's Who.) In ad- dition, almost 14% of the members have had their art exhibited or writ- ing published.
The active sports and sewing are most popular among young alumnae to significant degrees, whereas bridge/cards tend to appeal more to the older group although more than half all ages enjoy the pastime. Arts/crafts are somewhat more pop- ular with recent graduates and flower-arranging with older alum- nae.
MOST AOIIs MARRY— SOONER OR LATER
One aspect of the "demographic profile" which varies by age, as shown on the Survey of alumnae, is the marital status of members.
Not quite two-thirds of the mem- bers of the classes since 1965 are presently married, with 30% still refraining from saying " I do." The hold-outs drop to 8-9% for mem- bers of the classes in the previous decade, 1955-64, and even lower for groups back to 1930.
But the alumnae from classes prior to 1930 are real individualists; or at least those included in the sample selection appear to be: 25% are single. This could well be an odd- ity caused by sample selection and the small number in the group (32 out of the total 400). However, the group does indicate the longer life expectancy of women as compared to their husbands, as 34% are
Discovered! AOII alumnae at work . . . and play.
Reviewed! Their current marital status and trends along matrimonial lines.
Investigated! What kind of men do AOIIs marry?
These and more interesting facets of what constitutes the average AOII alumna were brought out in a Sur- vey designed by Laura Perry, former Public Relations Chairman, mailed to all alumnae and electronically processed.
The survey was financed by the inclusion of a footnote: "Check this box and send $1, if you want a copy of the results." More than 400 alum- nae did so and have received a sum- mary report The income derived from them covered the cost of tabu- lation, E D P , printing and mailing the report.
No survey of all alumnae had ever been conducted before and many problems were discovered and ques- tions raised.
One of the latter might be "Well, how good is the information under any circumstances?"
And. a reasonable answer might be "Pretty good, pretty good— prob- ably not bad at all."
The results are based on a sam- ple drawn from a large group of alumnae, self-selected, widely dis- persed, representing nearly all chap- ters and of an age span similar to that of the total membership.
It can further be said that the sample appears to be representative of all those who responded when judged by original chapter of initia- tion or present place of residence. So whether the answers are really accurate or not is problematical, but the answers are coming from the "right" sources, statistically speak- ing.
On the survey of AOII alumnae, in the section "Your Professional Life," it was found that 34% of all alumnae are presently employed full time and 13% part-time. An addi- tional 45% have been employed in the past, but are not now. Four per-
cent have never been employed since leaving college, and the re- mainder provided no information.
When it comes to where the mem- bers work, elementary education
leads the list of "general field(s) of interest (income-producing, not vol- unteer)", and secondary education is the next most popular choice.
On 400 returns, with 38 with no information, the following fields were checked as indicated (includ- ing multiple answers): Advertising/journalism 28 architecture/art 27 accounting/finance 23
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computer technology chemistry/biology
education: elementary
education: secondary
education: collegiate government/law 13 health fields 42 library 21 math/physics 5 military/diplomacy 3 performing arts 16 personnel 20 real estate 8 sales/retailing 28 secretarial 53 social service 26 transportation/travel 10 other 19
Tabulated in the same way—num- ber of checks in 400 returns (with 15 no answers)—these alumnae en- joy these "sports, hobbies and inter-
ests:"
Golf 75 swim 204 sewing 216 bridge/cards 233 bowl 86 water ski 52 needlework 136 arts/crafts 168 tennis 61 snow ski 55 flower-arranging 63 little theater 26
In analyzing the figures for em- ployment, there are, as one might suspect, significant difference ac- cording to age groups. F o r alumnae in graduating classes since 1965, 66% are employed full-time at pres- ent, and an additional 10% part- time. The lowest figures are found in the two categories of before 1929, (12%) and 1950-54, (30%).
This latter group, it will be found in other information, is greatly in- volved with children and their school activities. A l l other age groups have members employed either full or part-time in a range of 42-60%.
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ANN KIRCHDORFER WRIGHT (Mrs. Phillip J., O ) , after 12 years activity with the Knoxville Alumnae and heading the St. Louis Chapter
widowed. Of the remainder, 37% are married to their original hus- band, and 3% are divorced.
Divorce had taken the greatest toll among classes of 1955-59—7%. Overall, considering all classes, less than 3% of the sample analyzed sought divorce as a solution to mar- ital problems.
And, again combining all classes, 80% are currently married, 12% single, and 5% widowed. Without doubt these figures indicate the pre- ponderance of young women in the sample and in the membership.
AOIIs MARRY VERY STUDIOUS M E N
Their husbands belong to fraterni- ties and support alumni drive. More AOIIs marry men who attended a different college than marry a man from the same college as the mem- ber, according to the Survey of alumnae. The results of the analysis were: 42% different college, 36% same, 4% no college, and 18% no answer or found the question not ap- plicable ( 1 2 % of those analyzed were not married).
Of the husbands who attended college, most completed their bach- elor's degree (24%) and went on, and on: 13% were postgraduate,
14% master's, 10% doctorates. Over 5% of the husbands are still attending school—with the number doubling among the younger men: 9% of the members in classes from 1960-64 have husbands now as stu- dents, and 11 % of those in classes from 1956 to present!
About 60% of these studious men belonged to college fraternities.
It has often been said that fra- ternity men contribute more to col- lege alumni drives than non-frater- nity men.
The AOII Survey provides no in- formation on the amount of the giv- ing, but does indicate that the fra- ternity man is more likely to give.
Of equal interest because, as it is a fact that we are not aware of being previously published, is that the man is more likely to support his college if his wife attended the same school! Or at least, an AOII's husband con- tributes to his school "sometimes" more when both share the loyalty than when it is divided.
as president, is now ensconced with her family in Pittsburgh, Pa., where she's been named to the Executive Board of The Arthritis Foundation's Western Pennsylvania Chapter.
She headed the Philanthropic I n - vestigating Committee, presented the Arthritis Foundation as AOIFs new national philanthropy at Interna- tional Convention and helped coor- dinate AOII's program nationally.
schools.
AOII delegates to N.W. Suburban
Panhellenic Council are Esther Voise (Mrs. Martin, I) and Nancy Boldt (Mrs. Robert, Beta Lambda).
BARBARA BATCHELDER OF Seattle, Wash., (see cover) coordi- nated the work of seven students in the American Red Cross Friendship Latin American Program this sum- mer in San Salvador, El Salvador.
Special Notes And Quotes From Alumnae Luminaries
The Wright's have five daughters
including 18-year-old twins, Cathy
and Christy, who plan to attend the
University of Tennessee next fall last year in Nicaragua, she was
and will make their debuts at the 67- year-old Southern Club of Pitts- burgh Ball Dec. 26.
Ann notes, regarding AOII's suc- cess with The Arthritis Foundation, "It is so gratifying to see in TO DRAG MA our success with this program, and I am proud to have been a part of its beginning."
ABOUT 15 YEARS AGO, the In- dianapolis Alumnae Chapter de- cided it would be most desirable to foster some sort of get-together that would further the acquaintance of AOII collegiates living in the Indian- apolis area but attending different schools.
For a number of years, the party took the form of a tea in the home of a member during Christmas vaca- tion time and proved most success- ful.
For the past five years, alumnae have entertained at a Splash Party and buffet supper given at the home of Annamargaret Clutter. Each Re- gional Director is happy to furnish a mailing list of names and home ad- dresses of all collegiates.
The week following graduation has proved to be the best time for the festivities. The Board of the Alumnae Chapter serve as hostesses and provide the food.
The collegiates seem to enjoy the opportunity of meeting AOIIs from other schools. Indianapolis alumnae hope to promote a desire on the part of these collegiates to become active members of an alumnae chapter after their graduation.
BETTY LAWSON CONWAY of Chicago's Northwest Suburban Alumnae Chapter makes note of that area's Panhellenic Council's fashion show for high school seniors and their mothers. Models included col- lege-bound seniors from area high
elected this year to be a student leader because of her previous ex- perience.
A graduate of the University of W ashington, she is utilizing her ex- perience in teaching on the elemen- tary school level. She is a Spanish specialist with the Seattle public schools.
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA ALUM- NAE scored another success for arthritis with their second annual University of Illinois A r t Sale held at the chapter house. More than 100 works of art by over 25 artists on the faculty were offered for sale to the public with more than $1,200 worth being sold. A percentage of each sale went to the alumnae chap- ter to satisfy their philanthropic quota.
Paintings by artist-teacher, Louise Woodruff, I, were big crowd-drawers and her help in organizing the show was invaluable.
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REGION IV VICE PRESIDENT, Gwendolyn Everetts Lee, P, and Mrs. Paul Ballard, N u Beta, vice president of the alumnae chapter, present a wheel chair to an arthritis official with proceeds from the first art sale.
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in English. She is continuing in this field at Cornell working toward the Ph.D. degree.
The fellowship is available to any qualified graduate woman from any college or university. The sorority grant of $1800 is supplemented by Cornell University funds to provide a stipend of $2500 and the Univer- sity also pays tuition and fees. For information write to the Graduate School, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 14850.
IT'S A THIRD child and second daughter for Marjorie and Joe Wes- sel of Miami, Fla. They've named the future debutante, Ann-Marie Wessel. Margie, the assistant princi- pal of Hialeah Junior High and a teacher at Barry College this past summer, is an outstanding alumna of Alpha Pi Chapter.
AVAILABLE FOR DELIVERY Oct. 1 by the National Textbook Company, Skokie, 111., was a new cultural reader for third and fourth level students, Le Passe Vivant De La France by Lydia Palmer, Alpha Gamma '32. It is designed to present French history from the time of V er- cingetorix until the French Revolu- tion as described in the works of great French authors.
ST. PETERSBURG ALUMNAE Chapter cites their member, Virginia WilsonRoss(Mrs.Donald,NO)as exceptionally outstanding in com- munity service and a tireless worker in a variety of areas.
Secretary of area alumnae for 1968-69, she currently is first vice president of the Suncoast Opera Guild, Presbyterian Church circle chairman, Catholic Woman's Guild member, program chairman of Bishop Barry High School and chair- man of St. Petersburg Science Cen- ter's annual art show as well as serv- ing as volunteer receptionist and chairman of the center's registration.
LEADER IN THE community is Ruth Bryan Swanson (Mrs. Larry, Alpha P i ) . A kindergarten and ele- mentary school teacher, since 1965 she has been active in the National Association of Mental Health and works each week in the psychiatric ward at Florida Sanitarium. She played an important role in organiz- ing the Orlando-Winter Park Alum- nae Chapter. A W e Care volunteer, she has been on the board of the Community Chest, is a member of the Audubon Society and of a book review club.
FOUR BEAUTEOUS MISSES making a career, these days, of over- seas travel with their heads literally in the clouds are (top, right and left, and lower left) Jean Weaver, Delta Sigma, San Jose State; Sharon Law- ler, Gamma Omicron, University of Florida; Elizabeth Sommers, Kappa Tau, Southeastern Louisiana Col- lege, all stewardesses with Pan American World Airways, and, lower right, Gail A n n Brussell, Kappa Alpha, Indiana State-Terre Haute, who's been assigned to flight duty with American Airlines.
THE ALLEN ORGAN in the Sol- diers Chapel at Lone Mountain, Bozeman, Mont., has been dedi- cated in memory of Florence Aitken Anderson, Alpha Phi. It is the gift of Don Anderson, her husband, and other members of her family.
The Andersons who live in Madi- son, W is., where Florence was active in AOII work while Eta Chapter was in existence at Wisconsin, have a summer home in Gallatin Canyon.
Several AOIIs from Bozeman were among attendants at the dedi- catory service and at the organ con- cert played by Dr. Darwin Wolford, director of Organ Studies at Ricks College, Rexford, Idaho. Among guests was Mae Mobley Anderson, Beta Phi, whose husband, Charles, is M r . Anderson's brother. They live in Largo, Fla.
CORNELL UNIVERSITY HAS announced that the Epsilon Corpo- ration of Alpha Omicron Pi gradu- ate fellowship has been awarded to Mary Ray White for the academic year 1970-71. Mrs. White, a native of Dallas, Texas, is a graduate of Vassar College, where she majored
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ANN WHEELER SMITH (Mrs.L. Roger, Omega), author of the book, Stretch, "a graceful easy exercise system for women based on the ex- ercises of the dancer," considers her- self a free-lance artist, although her name is becoming well known in the field of exercise.
In addition to her book, she also has had a miscellany of articles pub- lished on non-exercise subjects and sells her wood carvings and crafts to Brentano's and at various art shows.
Her articles have been published in Seventeen Magazine and many other women's health and education magazines. She has appeared on the Mike Douglas Show and has done many other radio and television spots in New York and Washington. For seven years she was head of the girls' physical education and modern dance department at the Rockland Country Day School in Congers, New York.
Her husband works for the New York Stock Exchange as director of applications planning and they have three children, a college-age son and two teen-age daughters. JOSEPHINE BLANDFORD, Pi Delta, University of Maryland, tex- tile technologist and a senior mem- ber of the staff in the Plastics and Textiles Section of the Institute for Applied Technology, National Bu- reau of Standards, U.S. Department of Commerce, is one of three na- tionally prominent home economists chosen as national honorary mem- bers of Phi Upsilon Omicron home economics fraternity.
As a representative of the United States and the National Bureau of Standards, she has made important contributions to Pan American and International Standards Activities. She has played a prominent role in developing standards to meet the critical needs of the textile industries of Latin America and in promoting international cooperation and good will.
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A REFERENCE LIBRARY at the Arthritis Clinic at Harborview Hos- pital and Medical Center in Seattle is being made possible by AOII Alumnae of that city.
The library shelves will include basic medical textbooks on the diag- nosing and treating of 100 different conditions loosely titled "arthritis."
"We also are giving subscriptions to two journals devoted to arthritis," said Mrs. Richard Van Duine, presi- dent of the AOII Alumnae Chapter.
SOCIETY EDITOR OF The Ore- gonian, Portland newspaper, BJ Noles, or Betty Jane Biggs Noles, Alpha Sigma, University of Oregon, frequently finds interesting feature material among her fellow AOII alumnae in that city.
Subjects of two of these interest- ing stories were Elinor Bjorklund (Mrs. Norman, Alpha Sigma) and Mary Lou Korvola Smith (Mrs.
Gary, Alpha Rho), left and right. Elinor was featured when she took over the job of secretary for Young Audiences. In this post she serves as a go-between for schools, musicians, parents and a board of 17 women
and three men.
Mary Lou, a student herself 10
years ago, did a most efficient stint as president of the Portland Pan- hellenic.
Outstanding Community Servant, Judge Coleman Receives Award
Probate and juvenile judge of Calhoun County, Mich., Mary Stal- lings Coleman (Mrs. Creighton R.) Pi Delta, is the first woman to serve as the presiding probate judge of Michigan.
Recently she was the recipient of the Battle Creek, Mich., Enquirer and News George Award for out- standing community service.
"Far beyond the duties of her three years as juvenile court referee and nine years as probate and juve- nile judge," said the newspaper in making this award, "she has given freely of her talents in shaping im- proved juvenile legislation and in making Calhoun County a leader in Michigan in its juvenile court pro- grams and services."
A few statistics give an idea of some practical results. "Six thou- sand fewer days of public care have been required this year than last for delinquent and neglected children."
"Over the past five years there has been a 20 per cent drop in the number of children involved in
VERY MUCH IN the news in re- cent months in San Jose, Calif., was illustrious alumna, Dorothy Boeen Farrington (Mrs. T.K.), who was not only pictured aiding in book and rummage sales to aid AOII projects, but was the subject of a feature ar- ticle in The San Jose Mercury-News.
The latter article had to do with her participation in the Save the Children Federation. Dorothy, through her monthly support of an eight-year-old girl in Greece, feels that she's doing a share in helping to save the world by preserving its children.
JUDGE MARY S. COLEMAN
serious felony-type offenses."
"Just in the past year, the number of delinquents who had to be sent to state institutions has dropped from
20 last year to eight this year."
"These results reflect the im- proved quality and quantity of juve- nile court services which Judge Coleman initiated."
"Particularly, they show how well the expanded county juvenile home and its drastically new programs of education, treatment and counseling, created under her leadership are restoring young lives."
Judge Coleman's husband is her former law partner and a former Michigan State Senator. He now is Circuit Court Judge.
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Dallas alumnae raised more than $2,100 recently at a gala Monte Carlo games benefit party for the Arthritis Foundation and had loads of fun in the process. So successful was the project that they voted to have another similar party next spring. Bobbie Meeler Sahm, Lambda Sigma, was chairman of the party. She's seen, above, left with Brenda Green Rowland, Pi Kappa, pondering the fate of unpurchased baked goods during the evening's fun. A dude ranch barn with western decor was the perfect setting for the party which included dinner, prizes, an auction and professional croupiers. Above right are Zoe Klunkert Reed, Pi Kappa, and Mary Campbell Aldrich, Rho, of the Ft. Worth Alumnae Chapter, happily collecting guests' money.
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Is Youngest Dean Of Women
Heart Group Creates Awards Honoring AOII
HELEN BRAMWELL FARISS (MRS. GEORGE C. NO), who, until her death May 29, served more than 18 years as executive director of the Middle Tennessee Heart As- sociation, has been honored post- humously by this organization with the establishment of three special
awards.
The MTHA Committee on the
Helen Fariss Memorial Fund has established three awards in memory of Mrs. Fariss: two Helen Fariss Volunteer Awards, and the Helen Fariss Research Grant.
The Helen Fariss V olunteer Awards will go to volunteer workers selected by the chairman and the executive committee responsible for the campaigns in Middle Tennessee and Davidson County.
These awards will be the high- light of the annual Middle Tennes- see Heart Association Banquet. A plaque will be hung in Heart House, headquarters of the MTHA in Nash- ville, on which names of the re- cipients of the awards will be engraved.
The first research grant awarded each year by the MTHA will be named the Helen Fariss Research Grant. In addition, the first floor conference room in Heart House has been renamed the Helen Fariss Conference Room.
Helen, who was graduated from Vanderbilt University with a B.A. degree, was an outstanding member
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Sandy Wilkerson, Kappa Gamma
Making headlines recently is oeauteous Sandy Wilkerson, Kappa Gamma at Florida Southern Col- lege, who was featured in an article and cover photograph in Parade Magazine of The Washington Post.
She had been chosen as Dean of Women at Northland College in Ashland, W is. Although there is no certainty of figures, there is good reason to believe that at 23, she is the youngest college dean in the country.
Sandy graduated in 1967 with a liberal arts degree from Florida Southern College and then went on to Duke University to receive her masters in guidance counseling.
In her years at Florida Southern, she was extremely active in campus affairs and worked constantly for AOII.
Outgoing and attractive, she has easily captured the hearts of her students and fellow faculty members alike. Many a young man has asked her for a date only to be firmly turned down with a smile and a "no."
So far she has been quite a suc- cess and the students gladly discuss their problems with her.
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throughout her life. She served in executive posts on a district and international level at various times and was one of the members of the building committee who made N u Omicron Chapter's beautiful lodge a reality. Her name, with other mem- bers of this committee, is engraved on a plaque which hangs in Nu Omicron's chapter room.
Prior to her MTHA post, she worked as a methods engineer for Remington-Rand, Inc., and from
1934 until 1943 taught Spanish at one of Nashville's public high schools.
In 1969 she was one of four per- sons selected as Women of the Year by the Business and Professional Women's Club. In 1968 she was recipient of the Outstanding Service Award given by the Tennessee Heart Association. She held membership in the Society of Heart Association Professional Staff, Vanderbilt Aid Society and American Women in Radio and Television, serving in various offices.
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Sally Moench (Mrs. Lynn K) and Ella Beesley (Mrs. Fred NO) served as co-chairmen of 1970 Accolade to Autumn, fall fashion show-luncheon with a panhellenic flavor, staged for the 20th consecutive year by Nashville Alumnae for the benefit of The Arthritis Foundation.
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Alumnae
Chapters
President
Miss Jane Rutledge, 44 Lambeth Road, Islington, Ontario, Canada. UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, Tele: 416-928-2011
Miss Dorothy Dodge, 145 Winthrop Road, Brookline, Massachusetts 02146, NORTH- EASTERN UNIVERSITY, Tele: Unavail- able
Miss Bonnie Crocker, AOII, Penobscot Hall, Orono, Maine 04473, UNIVERSITY OF MAINE, Tele: 207-866-7629
Miss Janet Fleischman, 3570 University Street, Montreal, 112, Quebec, Canada, McGILL UNIVERSITY, Tele: 514-392- 4311
Miss Jutta Roethke, 17 Maple Street, One- cnta, New York 13820, HARTWICK COLLEGE, Tele: 607-432-4271
Miss Pamela Broderick, AOII—Wagner Col- lege, Staten Island, New York 10310 W AGNER COLLEGE, Tele: 212-447-9005
President
Mrs. John G. Daly (Susan EX), 48 North- g a te D r i v e , A l b a n y , N e w Y o r k 12203 T ele: 518-438-0858
Miss Linda Dixon (A), 300 Park Terrace, Stoneham, Massachusetts 02180 Tele: 617- 662-7863
Mrs. Richard Smalter (Dorothy Oil), 114 Woodgate Road, Tonawanda, New York 14150 T ele: 716-833-0308
Mrs. Gail Shoop (Elinor *), 145 Brentwood Terrace, Moorestown, New Jersey 08057 T ele: 609-235-7843
Mrs. Andrew Winans (Carolyn I"), Kozley Road, Route 2, Toland, Connecticut 06084 T ele: 203-875-8566
Mrs. William Lindahl (Virginia en), 1752 Jefferson Street, Seaford, L. I., New York 17783 T ele: 516-826-6954
Mrs. Donald G. Hiatt (Sarah KA), 1395 Chapel Hill, Mountainside, New Jersey 07092 T ele: 201-232-6437
Mrs. Ross Neale (Anita K*), 391 Brook- haven Avenue, Dorval, Quebec, Canada
Mrs. E. B. Faison (Naomi B<t>), 22 Llew- ellyn Road, Summit, New Jersey 07901 T ele: 201-273-3844
Mrs. A. P. Baerg (Barbara K*), 812 Cork Street, Ottawa 8, Ontario, Canada Tele: 733-6392
Mrs. Philip R. Siener, Jr. (Virginia K), 78 East Orchard Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 09206 T ele: 401-521-2346
Mrs. Bruce Gibson (Barbara E), 161 Ban- croft Drive, Rochester, New York 14616 T ele: 716-663-5364
Mrs. Robert Lewis (Norma S2), Kreiner Lane, Norwalk, Connecticut Tele: 203-846-1739
Mrs. H. G. Meyers, Jr. (Judith en), 101 Daniel Low Terrace, Staten Island, New York 10301 Tele: 212-273-5499
Miss Harriet O'Leary (6H), 309 Waring Road, Syracuse, New York 13224 Tele: 315-446-5648
Miss Ruth Bolsby (BT), 90 Heath Street West, Apt. #301, Toronto, Ontario, Can- ada T ele: 416-925-8113
Mrs. Joseph McMahon (Marge X), 73 Bobo- link Road, Yonkers, New York Tele: Y O 5-2937
Alumnae Adviser
Mrs. John Wrigley (Karen, BT), 16 St. Joseph St., #42, Toronto 5, Ontario, Canada
Miss Carolyn Wellington (#), 1412 Commonwealth Ave., Apt. 5, Brighton, Massachusetts 02135
Regional Director
Mrs. Fay Brown (Marie *), 302 West- holm Boulevard, Syracuse, New York 13219 T ele: 315-468-6380
Mrs. Raymond Eldridge (Millie d) 27 Mountford Road, Newton Highlands, M A 02161 T ele: 617-332-4964
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard Place, Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410 Tele: 201-796-5664
Mrs. Fay Brown (Marie *), 302 West- holm Boulevard, Syracuse, New York 13219 T ele: 315-468-6380
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard Place, Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410 Tele: 201-796-5664
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell (X) 5 Ballard Place Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410 Tele: 201- 796-5664
Regional Director
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard Place, Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410 Tele: 201- 796-5664
Mrs. Raymon Eldridge (Millie d), 27 Mountfort Road, Newton Highlands, MA 02161 Tele: 617-332-4964
Mrs. Fay Brown (Marie *), 302 Westholm Boulevard, Syracuse, New York 13219 T ele: 315-468-6380
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard Place, Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410 Tele: 201- 796-5664
Mrs. Norman Stafford (Jean d), 213 Cam- bridge Road, W oburn, Massachusetts 01801 T ele: 617-933-6147
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard Place. Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410 Tele: 201-796^5664
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell ( X ) , 5 Ballard Place, Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410 Tele: 201- 796-5664
Mrs. Fay Brown (Marie *), 302 Westholm Boulevard, Syracuse, New York 13219 T ele: 315-468-6380
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell (X),5 Ballard Place, Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410 Tele: 201- 796-5664
Mrs. Fay Brown (Marie *), 302 Westholm Boulevard, Syracuse, New York 13219 T ele: 315-468-6380
Mrs. Norman Stafford (Jean d), 213 Cambridge Road, W oburn, Massachu- setts 01801 T ele: 617-933-6147
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell (X),5 Ballard Place, Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410 Tele: 201- 796-5664
Mrs. Norman Stafford (Jean A), 213 Cambridge Road, W oburn, Massachu- setts 01801 Tele: 617-933-6147
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell (X),5 Ballard Place, Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410 Tele: 201- 796-5664
Mrs. Fay Brown (Marie +), 302 Westholm Boulevard, Syracuse, New York 13219 T ele: 315-468-6380
Mrs. Fay Brown (Marie *), 302 Westholm Boulevard, Syracuse, New York 13219 T ele: 315-468-6380
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell (X),5 Ballard Place, Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410 Tele: 201- 796-5664
Albany (NY) Boston
Buffalo
Camden (NJ) Hartford (CT)
Long Island
Middle New Jersey Montreal
New Jersey— Northern
Ottawa
Providence (RI)
Rochester ( N Y )
South
Fairfield County
Call
Pres.
Staten Island Syracuse Toronto Westchester
( N Y )
Monday—no specific date Call V.P.—482-0661
Monthly—No specific date Call Pres.
Monthly, 4th Thurs.
Monthly—1st Sat. or Wed. Call Sec.^»46-4170
Chapters
Meetings
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Mrs. Geoffrey Rice (Harriet D , 156 Limerock Street, Rockland, Maine 04841
Mrs. David Moon (Karen K*), 225 Olivier Avenue, #105, Westmount, P. Q., Canada
Mrs. Fred Hickein (Eleanor EX), 82 Elm Street, Oneonta, New York 13820
Mrs. H . Craig Curry (Elaine en), 600 Hylan Boulevard, Apt. 5E, Staten Island, New York 10305
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Vice President—Mrs. Thomas S. McMillan (Mary Louise N O ) 28331 Forestbrook Drive, Farmington, Michigan 48024
Tele: 313-477-2545
Finance Officer—Mrs. John Haggerty (Ruth X), 11450 Waterview Cluster, Reston, Virginia 22070 Tele: 702- 471-7481
Extension Officer—Mrs. Donald Sanders (Jo EA), 5616 Gary Avenue,Alexandria, Virginia 22311 Tele: 703-820- 9380
Rush Officer—Miss Mary deKay Kennedy (on), 5143 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213 Tele: 412- 621-8079
Collegiate
Alpha Tau
Beta Pi
Chapters
President
Mrs. Judy Iannaccone Logie, Box 1388— Denison University, Granville, Ohio 43023 DENISON UNIVERSITY , Tele: 614-587- 9977
Miss Judy Wee, 335 Goodison, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197 EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY, Tele: 313-487-1564
Miss Jane Grussenmeyer, 108 Bigler, Univer- sity Park, Pennsylvania 16802 PENNSYL- VANIA STATE, Tele: 814-865-4700
Miss Lucinda Hickey, 302 Shafer Hall, In- diana, Pennsylvania 15701 INDIANA U. of PENNSYLVANIA Tele: 412-357-2100
Miss Nancy Cunningham, Box 35—Clark Hall. Ada, Ohio 45810 OHIO NORTH- ERN UNIVERSITY , Tele. 419-634-4761
Miss Gwen Dudas, Hamilton Hall—Miami U. Oxford, Ohio 45056 MIAMI UNI- VERSITY, Tele: 513-529-2161
M i s s A l i c e L a n d o n , 8 0 0 O x f o r d R o a d , A n n Arbor, Michigan 48104 UNIVERSITY of M I C H I G A N , T ele: 313-761-1130
Miss Jan Mitten, Lynstan Apartments—B5, Smith Street, East Stroudsburg, Pennsyl- vania 18301 E. STROUDSBURG STATE COLLEGE, Tele: 717-421-4266
Miss Ellen Gannon, Box 174—Dickinson Hall, Morris Harvey College, Charleston, West Virginia 25404 MORRIS HARVEY COLLEGE, Tele: 304-346-6241
Miss Phyllis DePizzo, 204 Broadway Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio 44505 YOUNGSTOWN STATE, Tele: 216-746-9204
Miss Susan Nixon, 4517 College Avenue— AOII, College Park, Maryland 20740 UNI- VERSITY of MARYLAND, Tele: 301- 864-6022
Miss Linda Dybiec. A0II—Harner Hall. Slip- pery Rock, Pennsylvania 16057 SLIPPERY ROCK STATE, Tele: 412-794-2510
Miss Cecelia Gordinier, AOII Box—Wash- ington College, Chestertown, Maryland 21620 WASHINGTON COLLEGE, Tele: 301-778-2800
Miss Patricia D. Stees, 442 Goshen Hall, WEST CHESTER STATE COLLEGE, Tele: 215-436-2505
Miss Janet Sutton, 4115 Caroline Avenue, Toledo, Ohio 43612 UNIVERSITY of TOLEDO, Tele: Unavailable
Presidents
Mrs. Harry Duffy (Helen AT),122 Whitehall Drive, Tallmadge, Ohio 44278, Tele: 216- 633-2506
Mrs. K . John Jarrett (Mary Oil), 2931 Bur- lington Court, Ann Arbor,-Michigan 48105, T ele: 313-663-3254
Mrs. Martin Kaiser (Carmel *), 115 Bosley Avenue, Cockeysville, Maryland 21030, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Paul H. Reid (Carol 6), 57 Hillside Drive, Battle Creek, Michigan 49017, Tele:
Alumnae Advisers
Mr s . C l a r k M o r r o w ( I r m a ( A T ) , M t . Parnassus, Granville, Ohio 43023
Mrs. Kenneth C. Paulin (Mary Ann (KP), 1523 Pine Valley Boulevard —Apt. 35B, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Regional Director
Mr s . S a m u e l B i l l i g ( L o i s 9 * ) , 3 7 7 2 Schneider Road, Toledo, Ohio 43614 Tele: 419-385-5802
Mr s . M a r t i n H a w l e y ( J e a n 9 ) , 3 4 3 McMillan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michi- gan 48236 Tele: 313-882-6085
Epsilon Alpha Gamma Beta . Kappa Pi Omega
Omicron Pi Phi Beta
Phi Kappa
Phi Lambda Pi Delta
Sigma Rho Sigma Tau
Theta Kappa Theta Psi
48104
Mrs. Harold Klotz (Lois X), 506 Mrs. Mason Denison (Dorothy EA), 125
Alumnae
Chapters
Chandler Mill Road, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania 19348
Miss Nancy Cole (0*), 2316 Castle- wood Drive, Toledo, Ohio 43613
Meetings
Monthly—no regular meeting date. Call Pres.
Monthly, 2nd Wed. Call 828-4881
383 North 49th Street, Harrisburg, Penn- sylvania 17111 Tele: 717-564-3310
Mrs. Richard F. Maroney (Joyce 9), 2643 Oxford Road, Findlay, Ohio 45840 Tele: 419-423-9436
Regional Directors
Mrs. Richard F. Maroney (Joyce 9), 2643 Oxford Road, Findlay, Ohio 45840 Tele: 419-423-9436
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean 9), 343 McMillan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michi- gan 48236 T ele: 313-882-6085
Mrs. Mason Denison (Dorothy EA), 125 North 28th Street, Camp Hill, Pennsyl- vania 17011 Tele: 717-737-9771
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean 9), 343 McMillan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michi- gan 48236 T ele: 313-882-6085
Akron
Ann Arbor Baltimore Battle Creek
Charleston Cincinnati Cleveland Council
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Miller (Pat Charleston,
*K), 926 W est
Ridge- Virginia
616-964-9287
Mrs. Herbert
mont Road,
25314, Tele: 304-346-4378
Mr s . S a m u e l B i l l i g Schneider Road, Tele: 419-385-5802
Mr s . S a m u e l B i l l i g
Schneider Road, Toledo, Ohio 43614 T ele: 419-385-5802
Mrs. Richard F. Maroney (Joyce 9), 2643 Oxford Road, Findlay, Ohio 45840 Tele: 419-423-9436
Miss Janice Slater (<K>), 1117 Hill Crest Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45224, Tele: 513- 542-2151
Mrs. Leo Matthews (Cherry Kr), 3778 Princeton Boulevard, South Euclid, Ohio 44121, Tele: 216-381-0351
M o n t h l y , Call Pres.
2 n d
M o n d a y
( L o i s
9 * ) ,
3 7 7 2
Shannon Lane, State College, Pennsylvania 16801
Miss Patricia Bankosky (rB), 275 Water Street, Indiana, Pennsyl- vania 15701
Miss Janet Cowell (KIT), 140 North Jameson, Lima, Ohio 45805
North 28th Street, Camp Hill, Pennsyl- vania 17011 Tele: 717-737-9771
Mrs. William Belke, Jr. (Shirley E A ) , 33 Woodland Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania 15228 Tele: 412-563-5261
Mrs. Richard F. Maroney (Joyce 9), 2643 Oxford Road, Findlay, Ohio 45840 Tele: 419-423-9436
Mr s . S a m u e l B i l l i g ( L o i s 9 * ) , 3 7 7 2 Schneider Road, Toledo, Ohio 43614 Tele: 419-385-5802
Mr s . M a r t i n H a w l e y ( J e a n © ) , 3 4 3 McMillan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michi- gan 48236 T ele: 313-882-6085
Mr s . J o h n H e n d r y ( L o r r a i n e
Panda Lane, Oxford, Ohio 45045
M i s s L o r i C o o k ( O i l ) , 3 5 6 2 G r e e n Briar Boulevard, Ann Arbor, Mich- igan 48105
0 ) ,
3 0
Mrs. James Lind (Nettie *B), 420 Mrs. B. Kenneth Lyons (Katherine *), Fremont Avenue, Stroudsburg, 383 North 49th Street, Harrisburg, Penn- Pennsylvania 18301 sylvania 17111 Tele: 717-564-3310
Mrs. Charles C. Foss (Bambi *K), Mrs. Samuel Billig (Lois 6*), 3772
10061/2 First Avenue, Charleston, West Virginia 25304
Miss Sally R. Dunn (4>A), 442 Ma- dera Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio 44504
Miss Pat Voneiff (TIA), 8150 Lake Crest Drive, Apt. 708, Greenbelt, Maryland 20770
Miss Ellen Perrin, Rhoads Hall— SRSC, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania 16801
Schneider Road, Toledo, Ohio 43614 Tele: 419-385-5802
Mrs. William Belke, Jr. (Shirley EA), 33 Woodland Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania 15228 Tele: 412-563-5261
Mrs. Mason Denison (Dorothy EA), 125 North 28th Street, Camp Hill, Pennsyl- vania 17011 Tele: 717-737-9771
Mrs. William Belke, Jr. (Shirley E A ) , 33 Woodland Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania 15228 Tele: 412-563-5261
Mrs. Oskar Gulbrandsen (Elizabeth Mrs. Mason Denison (Dorothy EA), 125 ZT), 407 W ashington A venue, North 28th Street, Camp Hill, Pennsyl- Chestertown, Maryland 21620 vania 17011 Tele: 717-737-9771
Mrs. Richard Phillips, (BarbaraEA), Mrs. B: Kenneth Lyons (Katherine *),
( L o i s Toledo,
9 * ) ,
Ohio
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Alumnae Chapters
Cleveland East Cleveland West Columbus (OH) Dayton
Dearborn (MI)
Detroit
Detroit Metropolitan Council
Detroit—North Suburban
Detroit—
NW Suburban
Findlay (OH)
Grand Rapids
Greater Allen- town-Bethlehem
Greater Harrisburg
Region 11 (Continued) Meetings
Kalamazoo
(MI)
Mrs. Edward Book (Inga E A ) , Hotel Her- shey, Hershey, Pennsylvania 17033, Tele: 717-534-1749
Mrs. Robert J. Haithwaite (Jeanne K P ) , 4021 Canterbury, Kalamazoo, Michigan 49007, Tele: 616-345-6983
Mrs. Eric T. Roach (Susan Br), 534 Bailey, East Lansing, Michigan 48823, Tele: 517- 351-2175
Miss Sandra Kay Kubbitz (KP), 8337 Busko, Warren, Michigan 48093, Tele: 313-756- 4739
Mrs. Robert Maurer (Carol B r ) , 2369 Holly- wood Golfcrest, Monroe, Michigan 48161, T e l e : 313-241-1059
Miss Helen McMahon (P), 7515 Ambergate Place, Apt. 5, McLean, Virginia 22101, Tele: 703-356-0196
Mr s. David Watters (Carol EA), 801 Schwenkmill Road, Ridgeview Apt. #6, Perkasie, Pennsylvania 18944, Tele: 215- 257-4880
Mrs. James R. Keith (Joanne EA), 2282 Clairmont Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241, Tele: 412-833-0261
Mrs. H. E. Klotz (Lois X), 506 Shannon Lane, State College, Pennsylvania 16801, T e l e : 814-238-1274
Mrs. Michael J. Bowman (Janice 9*), 2323 Carriage Drive, Toledo, Ohio 43615, Tele: 419-536-7680
Mrs. Robert Flather (Mary *), 3718 Cum- berland Street. N.W ., Washington, D.C. 20016, Tele: 202-WO6-6407
Meeting date varies. Monthly, 3rd Thurs.
Monthly, 2nd Wed. Call Pres.
Monthly, 4th Thurs. Call Pres.
Monthly, 3rd Wed. Call Sec, TU-4-6961
Monthly, 3rd Thurs. Call Pres.
Second Wed. (Sept.-May)
Call Membership Chrm. 691-3273
No regular meeting date. Call Pres.
Lansing (MI)
Macomb County
(MI)
Monroe County (MI)
Northern Virginia Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
State College (PA) Toledo
Washington, D.C. Wilmington Youngstown
Mrs. Walter L. Reinhart (Dorothy EA), Monthly, 2nd Monday 2003 Foulk Road, Wilmington, Delaware
19803, Tele: 302-475-4643
Mrs. William Hudak (Kathleen 4>A), 129 Monthly, 3rd Mon. Brookline Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio Call Pres.
44504, Tele: 216-746-4430
Presidents
Mrs. Richard Stitt (Jane AT), 75 Lochspur Lane, Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022, Tele: 216-248-0391
Mrs. H. J. Hoppe, Jr. (Joanne AT), 21273 Aberdeen Road, Rocky River, Ohio 44116, Tele: 216-333-3474
Mrs. James Knapp (Judy 6H), 2643 Shrews- bury, Columbus, Ohio 43221, Tele: 614- 457-2963
Mrs. Donn R. Wilson (Ruby KK), 1288 Robert Dickey Parkway, Dayton, Ohio 45409, Tele: 513-293-3421
Mrs. Richard P. Shefferly (Peggy P ) , 1360 Nightingale, Dearborn, Michigan 48128, Tele: 313-563-3786
Monthly, 2nd Tues. Call Pres.
Monthly, 2nd Wed.
Call Telephone Chrm. 433-4487
Regional Directors
Mrs. Richard F. Maroney (Joyce 9), 2643 Oxford Road, Findlay, Ohio 45840 Tele: 419-423-9436
Mrs. Richard F. Maroney (Joyce 9), 2643 Oxford Road, Findlay, Ohio 45840 Tele: 419-423-9436
Mrs. Samuel Billig (Lois 9*), 3772 Schneider Road, Toledo, Ohio 43614 Tele: 419-385-5802
Mrs. Samuel Billig (Lois 9*), 3772 Schneider Road, Toledo, Ohio 43614 Tele: 419-385-5802
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean 9), 343 McMillan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michi- gan 48236 Tele: 313-882-6085
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean 9), 343 McMillan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michi- gan 48236 Tele: 313-882-6085
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean 9), 343 McMillan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michi- gan 48236 Tele: 313-882-6085
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean 9), 343 McMillan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michi- gan 48236 Tele: 313-882-6085
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean 6), 343 McMillan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michi- gan 48236 Tele: 313-882-6085
Mrs. Richard F. Maroney (Joyce 9), 2643 Oxford Road, Findlay, Ohio 45840 Tele: 419-423-9436
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean 9), 343 McMillan. Grosse Pointe Farms, Michi- gan 48236 Tele: 313-882-6085
Mrs. B. Kenneth Lyons (Katherine * ) , 383 North 49th Street, Harrisburg, Penn- sylvania 17111 Tele: 717-564-3310
Mrs. Mason Denison (Dorothy E A ) , 125 North 28th Street, Camp Hill. Pennsyl- vania 17011 Tele: 717-737-9771
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean ©), 343 Mc- Millan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan 48236 Tele: 313-882-6085
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean 0), 343 Mc- Millan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan 48236 Tele: 313-882-6085
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean 9), 343 Mc- Millan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan 48236- Tele: 313-882-6085
Mrs. Martin Hawley (Jean 9), 343 Mc- Millan, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan 48236. Tele: 313-882-6085
Mrs. Mason Denison (Dorothy EA), 125 North 28th Street, Camp Hill, Pennsyl- vania 17011 Tele: 717-737-9771
Mrs. B. Kenneth Lyons (Katherine , 383 North 49th Street, Harrisburg, Penn- sylvania 17111 Tele: 717-564-3310
Mrs. William Belke, Jr. (Shirley E A ) , 33 Woodland Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania 15228 Tele: 412-563-5261
Mrs. Mason Denison (Dorothy E A ) , 125 North 28th Street, Camp Hill, Pennsyl- vania 17011 Tele: 717-737-9771
Mrs. Richard F. Maroney (Joyce 9), 2643 Oxford Road, Findlay, Ohio 45840
Tele: 419-423-9436
Mrs. Mason Denison (Dorothy EA), 125 North 28th Street, Camp Hill, Pennsyl- vania 17011 Tele: 717-737-9771
Mrs. B. Kenneth Lyons (Katherine * ) , 383 North 49th Street, Harrisburg, Penn- sylvania 17111 Tele: 717-564-3310
Mrs. William Belke, Jr. (Shirley E A ) , 33 Woodland Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania 15228 Tele: 412-564-5261
Miss Barbara Jean Zolnierczak (BII), 5010
Lannoo, Detroit, Michigan 48236, Tele: Monthly
313-881-8049
Mrs. Ross J. Wagner (Phyllis KP), 35233 Gary Drive, Farmington, Michigan 48024, Tele: 313-476-8293
Mrs. James O. Parrish (Deanna 2), 3003 Clawson, Royal Oak, Michigan 48073, Tele: 313-588-9111
Mrs. Peter M . Ross, Jr. (Karen Oil), 36126 Roycroft, Livonia, Michigan 48154, Tele: 313-427-3787
Mrs. Thomas Ertle (Jane 6*), 717 London- berry Drive, Findlay, Ohio 45840, Tele: 419-423-8016
Mrs. Robert Nelson (Ellen Br), 908 Maxwell S.E., Grand Rapids, Michigan 49506, Tele: 616-CH5-6729
Call Pres.
Monthly. 2nd Tues. Call Pres.
Monthly. 2nd Thursday Call Pres.
Mrs. David Miller (Carolyn On), 916 Miller
Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104, Call Pres. Tele: 215-437-0888
When making out your Christmas list, remember what nice gifts magazine subscriptions make. Order gift subscriptions to all your favorite magazines through AOII and our Magazine Promotion Chairman,
Mrs. Irwin Taylor,
5116 Laurel Hall Drive Indianapolis, Indiana 46226
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Vice President—Mrs. George B . Callaway (Janie O) 2400 Craghead Lane, Knoxville, Tennessee 37920 Tele: 615-573-2336
Finance Officer—Miss Jean Whorley (NO), 2010 Overhill Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37215 Tele: 615-292-1652 Extension Officer—-Miss Becky Thurston (no), 5841 Poplar Pike Ext., Apt. 6, Memphis, Tennessee 38117 Tele:
901-682-0227
Rush Officer—Mis.
Bill Keller (Barbara (KT), 185 Elm Avenue, Satellite Beach, Florida 32937 Tele: 305-262-6271
Collegiate
Alpha Beta
Chapters
President
Miss Pam Masucci, Box 567, Florida Atlan- tic U., Pompano Beach, Florida 33064, FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY, Tele: 305-395-5100
Miss Marga Yarbrough, Box 2407, Univer- sity, Alabama 35486, UNIVERSITY of ALABAMA, Tele: 205-348-4900
Alumnae Adviser
Mrs. Alec Livingston, 1831 N.E. 38th Street #106, Ft. Lauderdale, Flor- ida 33308
Mrs. J. Riggs Stephenson (Alma AA), 917 Indian Hills Drive, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401
Regional Director
Mrs. Charles MOehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Miss Wendie Nowlin (Art), 1152 Greenleaf Road. Atlanta, Georgia 30316, Tele: 404-622-2018
Alpha Delta Alpha Pi Delta Delta
Gamma Delta
Gamma Omicron
Gamma Sigma Kappa Gamma
Kappa Omicron Lambda Sigma Nu Beta
Nu Omicron
Omega Omicron Omicron
Phi Alpha Tan Delta
Tau Omicron Zeta Psi
Miss Jane Hebert, 123 North Copeland, Mrs. Thomas R. Anderson (Lynn Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O.
Alumnae
Atlanta
Chapters
3117 Forrest Park, Nashville, Ten- nessee 37215
Mrs. Clarence Hampton, Sr. (Rena 120), 575 Lambuth Boulevard, Jackson, Tennessee 38301
Mrs. Robert Vaughn (Mary Lea 0), 339 Forest Oak Drive, Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Mrs. James Fox (Marilee 3>A), 600 West Pine, Johnson City, Tennes- see 37601
Mrs. J. Craig Haney (Mary Kay TA), 2216 Bluff Road, Birmingham, Ala- bama 35226
Mrs. Bill Austin (Julia TO), Redbud Circle, Martin, Tennessee 38237
Mrs. J. E. Watson, Jr. (Glenda Z¥), 1309 East Second Street
Greenville, N.C.
Meetings
Monthly, 3rd Wed. Call Pres.
Sherwood Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37215, Tele: 615-292-3946
Mrs. Clarence Hampton, Sr. (Rena S20), 575 Lambuth Boulevard, Jackson, Ten- nessee 38301, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Robert Caldwell (Mary Ann TA), 215 Rolling Fork Court, Nashville, Tennes- see 37205, Tele: 615-352-2646
Mrs. Robert Caldwell (Mary Ann TA), 215 Rolling Fork Court, Nashville, Tennessee 37205, Tele: 615-352-2646
Mrs. Robert Caldwell (Mary Ann TA), 215 Rolling Fork Court, Nashville, Tennes- see 37205, Tele: 615-352-2646
Mrs. Clarence Hampton, Sr. (Rena 00), 575 Lambuth Boulevard, Jackson, Ten- nessee 38301, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. James Dinwiddie (Jacque EA), 118-1 Columbus Circle, Andrews A.F.B., Mary- land 20331, Tele: Unavailable
Regional Directors
Mrs. Alfred D. Fuson (Linda 0), 1110 Stonewall Drive, Nashville, Tennesee 37220, Tele: 615-297-7166
Mrs. Alfred D. Fuson (Linda 0), 1110 Stonewall Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37220, Tele: 615-297-7166
Mrs. Alfred D. Fuson (Linda O), 1110 Stonewall Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37220, Tele: 615-297-7166
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Atlanta Tri-County
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Tallahassee, Florida 32304, FLORIDA STATE, Tele: 904-224-9342
Miss Dee Lee, AOII Box, Dormitory C, Au- burn University, Auburn, Alabama 36830, AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Tele: 205-826- 6766
Miss Dollie Williams, 619 Glenwood, U. of S.A., Mobile, Alabama 36608, UNIVER- SITY OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA, Tele: 205-344-3400
Miss Vicki Krezdorn, 819 West Panhellenic Drive, Gainesville, Florida 32601, UNI- VERSITY of FLORIDA, Tele: 904-373- 1048
Marie TA), 2317 Kilkenny West, Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Mrs. Patricia Knox (TA), 1102 Ope- lika Road, Auburn, Alabama 36830
Mrs. Michael Warren (Judy TA), 5705 Lisloy Drive, Mobile, Ala- bama 36608
Mrs. William Huitt (Marsha TA), 705 S.W. 16th Avenue #116, Gaines- ville, Florida 32601
Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Miss Wendie Nowlin (All), 1152 Greenleaf Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30316, Tele: 404- 622-2018
Miss Wendie Nowlin (All), 1152 Greenleaf Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30316, Tele: 404- 622-2018
Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Miss Miriam Wilson, 33 Gilmer Street, Mrs. James Hardy (Pat rS), 3465 Mrs. Alfred D. Fuson (Linda 0), 1110 S.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30303, GEORGIA Somerset Terrace, Atlanta, Geor- Stonewall Drive, Nashville, Tennessee STATE, Tele: 404-525-0066 gia 30331 37220, Tele: 615-297-7166
Miss Kathleen OTooIe, Box 446-Florida Miss Helen T. Lawton (KD 929 Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O.
Southern. Lakeland, Florida 33802, FLOR- IDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE, Tele: 813- 682-3475
Miss Kittie Johnson, AOTI at Southwestern, Memphis, Tennessee 38112, SOUTHWEST- ERN MEMPHIS, Tele: 901-458-5669
Miss Lynn Lavender, 1190 South Milledge Avenue, Athens, Georgia 30601, UNIVER- SITY of GEORGIA, Tele: 404-549-0278
Miss Edith Perry, Box 4415—U. of MS, Uni- versity, Mississippi 38677, UNIVERSITY of MISSISSIPPI, Tele: 601-234-3449
Miss Deborah Howard, 2415 Kensington Place, Nashville, Tennessee 37212, V A N - DERBILT UNIVERSITY, Tele: 615-297- 3648
Miss Lyn Snipes, 317 Harris Hall-Lambuth College, Jackson, Tennessee 38301, L A M - BUTH COLLEGE, Tele: 901-422-4963
Miss Elizabeth McNeill, AOTU531 W . Cum- berland Ave., Knoxville, Tennessee 37916, UNIVERSITY of TENNESSEE, Tele: 615-525-3752
Miss Judy Burnett, Box 1114-E.T.S.U., John- son City, Tennessee 37601, EAST TEN- NESSEE STATE U., Tele: 615-928-3181
Miss Sue Edmunds, Box A 56-B.S.U., Bir- mingham, Alabama 35204. BIRMING- HAM SOUTHERN U., Tele: 205-322- 6417
Miss Lynne Pepin, AOII Box 126-U.T.M., Martin, Tennessee 38237, U . of TENNES- SEE-MARTIN, Tele: 901-587-2811
Miss Myrna E. Pecunia, 805 Johnston Street, Greenville, North Carolina 27834, EAST CAROLINA, Tele: 919-758-4290 .
Presidents
Mrs. Grant E. Allen, Jr. (Dee AS), 566 Lorell Terrace, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30328, Tele: 404-255-8163
Mrs. Don A. Woolf (Maxine AS), 3363 North Jackson Street, Apt 2, College Park, Georgia 30337, Tele: 404-767-1708
Miss Mary L. Garton (*), 2514 Shallowford N.E., Devonshire Hall—Apt. 46, Atlanta, Georgia 30329, Tele: 404-634-1365
North Gilmore Avenue #30, Lake- land, Florida 33801
Mrs. Brian Rushton (Priscilla KO), 3403 Walnut Grove Road, Mem- phis, Tennessee 38111
Mrs. John Minter (Martha Alt), 120 Southview Drive, Athens, Georgia 30601
Mrs. W. Joel Blass (Marion NB), 1 Ole Miss Drive, Oxford, Missis- sippi 38655
Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Mrs. Robert B. Bogle (June NO), 6037 Sherwood Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37215, Tele: 615-292-3946
Mrs. Alfred D. Fuson (Linda 0), 1110 Stonewall Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37220, Tele: 615-297-7166
Mrs. Robert B. Bogle (June NO), 6037 Sherwood Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37215, Tele: 615-292-3946
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Auburn (AL)
Birmingham
Broward County (FL)
Charleston (SC)
Clearwater
Cocoa-Melbourne (FL)
Columbia (SC) Daytona Beach Gainesville Huntsville ( A L ) Jackson (MS) Jackson (TN)
Region III (Continued) Presidents Meetings
Regional Directors
Miss Wendie Nowlin (All), 1152 Green- leaf Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30316, Tele: 404-622-2018
Mrs. Robert Caldwell (Mary Ann TA), 215 Rolling Fork Court, Nashville, Tennes- see 37205, Tele: 615-352-2646
Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892. Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Miss Wendie Nowlin (An), 1152 Green- leaf Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30316, Tele: 404-622-2018
Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892. Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Miss W endie Nowlin (AIT), 1152 Green- leaf Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30316, Tele: 404-622-2018
Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Mrs. Robert Caldwell (Mary Ann TA), 215 Rolling Fork Court, Nashville, Tennes- see 37205, Tele: 615-352-2646
Mrs. Robert B. Bogle (June NO), 6037 Sherwood Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37215, Tele: 615-292-3946
Mrs. Clarence Hampton, Sr. (Rena BO), 575 Lambuth Boulevard, Jackson, Ten- nessee 38301, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Robert Caldwell (Mary Ann TA), 215- Rolling Fork Court, Nashville, Tennes- see 37205, Tele: 615-352-2646
Mrs. Robert Caldwell (Mary Ann TA), 215 Rolling Fork Court, Nashville, Tennes- see 37205, Tele: 615-352-2646
Mrs. Robert B. Bogle (June NO), 6037 Sherwood Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37215, Tele: 615-292-3946
Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Miss W endie Nowlin (ATI), 1152 Green- leaf Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30316, Tele: 404-622-2018
Miss Wendie Nowlin (AIT), 1152 Green- leaf Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30316, Tele: 404-622-2018
Mrs. Robert B. Bogle (June NO), 6037 Sherwood Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37215, Tele: 615-292-3946
Mrs. Robert B. Bogle (June NO), 6037 Sherwood Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37215, Tele: 615-292-3946
Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Mrs. Robert B. Bogle (June NO), 6037 Sherwood Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37215, Tele: 615-292-3946
Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Miss Wendie Nowlin (ATI), 1152 Green- leaf Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30316, Tele: 404-622-2018
Mrs. Charles Moehle (Rachel TO), P.O. Box 892, Merritt Island, Florida 32952, Tele: 305-636-0848
Johnson
Knoxville
Memphis
Miami
Mobile Montgomery (AL) Nashville
North Mississippi
Orlando-Winter Park
Oxford (MS)
St. Petersburg Tallahassee Tuscaloosa
West Palm Beach
City
( T N )
Mrs. Joseph R. Hudson (Mary *A), 1903 Sherwood Drive, Johnson City, Tennessee 37601, Tele: 615-928-2731
Mrs. Charles E. Bettis (Nancy O), 7709 Bennington Drive, Knoxville, Tennessee 37919, Tele: 615-588-9732
Miss Laura V . Thornton (TO), 3749 Cape Henry, Apt. 6, Memphis, Tennessee 38128, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Richard Sherin (Carolyn TO), 7611 S.W. 65th Place, South Miami, Florida 33143, Tele: 305-665-7186
Mrs. Clark Yarbrough (Mona AA), 4159 Ursuline Drive, Mobile, Alabama 36608, Tele: 205-344-0779
Mrs. M. R. Clark (Frances AS), 317 Cullen Drive, Montgomery, Alabama 36105, Tele: 205-265-3483
Mrs. John Griscom, 910 Westview Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 37205, Tele: 615-298- 4302
Mrs. Sam Godbold (Betsy NB), Ellis Arms, Apt. 212, Clarksdale, Mississippi 38614, Tele: 601-624-8126
Mrs. Richard E. Thomas (Margaret K r ) , 2350 Forrest Road, Winter Park, Florida 32789, Tele: 305-644-5116
Mrs. Donald M. Smith (Martha NB), 562 Chulahoma Avenue, Holly Springs, Missis- sippi 38635, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Burton E. Fite (Lynn ATI), 1697 66th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, Florida 33712, Tele: 813-867-7086
Mrs. Wendel Kiser (Barbara TO), 101 Crest Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32301, Tele: 904-224-4085
Mrs. Eric Wilson (Margaret NO), 27 Monte Vista, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401, Tele: 205-553-1569
Mrs. Earl Haywood (Joy AIT),2565 Cedar- crest Road, West Palm Beach, Florida 33406, Tele: 305-967-0566
Mrs. Kenneth Odom (Betty TA), 605 North
Eighth Street, Opelika, Alabama 36801, Call Pres. Tele: 205-749-9964
Mrs. Haran Bullard, Jr. (Elizabeth TA), Monthly, 3rd Tuesday 2108-D Montreat Lane, Birmingham, Ala-
bama 35216, Tele: 205-822-2046
Mrs. Bertrand J. Reese (Elaine EA), 333 S.E. 12th Avenue, Pompano Beach, Flor- ida 33060, Tele: 305-943-7190
Mrs. Larry C. Millhouse (Mary Ellen AS?), 55 Mueller Drive, Charleston, South Caro- lina 29407, Tele: 803-766-4528
Mrs. G. P. Jennings (Patricia 611), 158 Buena Vista Drive, Dunedin, Florida 33528, Tele: 813-733-9106
Miss Marilyn Fulmer (KT"), 1166-70 South Patrick Drive, Satellite Beach, Florida 32935, Tele: 305-262-3471
Mrs. R. A. Moates (Mazie TA),2035 Schulte Avenue, Daytona Beach, Florida 32018, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. E. M . Coullias (Jean TO), 815 N W 40 Terrace, Gainesville, Florida 32601, Tele: 904-378-2055
Mrs. Gene P. Bridwell (Saundra K A ) , 8712 Edgehill Drive S.E., Huntsville, Alabama 35802, Tele: 205-881-4227
Mrs. Kelly Currie (Kay NB), 152 Rolling- wood Drive, Jackson, Mississippi 39211, Tele: 601-366-7483
Mrs. John Parrish (Anita CO), 2206 Main
Street, Apt. 24, Humboldt, Tennessee Call Pres. 38343, Tele: 901-784-2261
Monthly, 1st Mon.
Monthly, Call Pres.
Call Meetings Monthly, 3rd Monday
Monthly, 2nd Wed. Call Pres.
Monthly, 2nd Wed. Call Pres.
Monthly, last Mon.
Monthly, Call Pres.
No regular date. Call Pres.
Three groups meet monthly. Call Pres.
Monthly, 3rd Wed. Call Pres.
Monthly, 4th week Call Pres.
Monthly, 3rd Thurs. Chapter House
Remember the World of AOII is an enlarging one. Attend your alumnae chapter's meetings.
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REGION IV
Vice President—Mrs. William D. Lee (Gwendolyn P) 1004 Eliot Drive, Urbana, Illinois 61801
Tele: 217-365-3154
Victor Brown (Ruth B0), 811 East 80th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240 Tele: 317-255-
Extension Officer—Mrs. Wilbur Mottweiler (Pat 0), 504 South Owen, Mt. Prospect, Illinois 60056 Tele: 317-251- 2288
Rush Officer—Mis. Stephen W. Sutherlin (Kay 0 ) , 4723 East Round Lake, Indianapolis, Indiana 46205 Tele: 317-251-4203
Collegiate
Alpha Chi
Chapters
Presidents
Miss Marsha Bird, AOII Box 291—College Heights P.O., W.K.U., Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101, WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY , Tele: 502-745-0111
Miss Tony Quinn, Box 303—Peeples Dorm, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301, KENTUCKY WESLEY AN, Tele: 502-683-5436
Miss Jacqueline Dunaway, 1314 North Fell Avenue, Bloomington, Illinois 61701, I L - LINOIS WESLEY AN, Tele: 309-829-1890
Miss Carole Krug, 901 East Tenth Street, Bloomington, Indiana 47401, INDIANA UNIVERSITY, Tele: 812-332-7296
Mrs. Paulette Tacoma, 532 Alvord Boule- vard, Evansville, Indiana 47714, UNIVER- SITY o{ EVANSVILLE, Tele: Unavail- able
Miss Sandra Law, Box 399—University Sta- tion, Murray, Kentucky 42071, MURRAY STATE, Tele: Unavailable
Miss Audrey Herbster, 109 Small Group Housing S.I.U., Carbondale, Illinois 62901, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS U, Tele: 618- 453-5728
Miss Bonita Johnson, 706 South Mathews, Urbana, Illinois 68101, UNIVERSITY of ILLINOIS, Tele: 217-344-1158
Miss • Margaret Winiarski, 1818 Sixth Street, Menomonie, Wisconsin 54751, STOUT STATE, Tele: Unavailable
Miss Paula Ferry, 124 Lincoln Quad, Terre Haute, Indiana 47809, INDIANA STATE, Tele: 812-232-1051
Miss Gail Acomb, Box 219—Student Center, Muncie, Indiana 47306, BALL STATE, Tele: 317-288-5011
Miss Terry Green, 1107 West Main, White- water, Wisconsin 53190, WISCONSIN STATE—Whitewater, Tele: Unavailable
Miss Suzanne Venzke, 920 Hillcrest, DeKalb, Illinois 60115, N O R T H E R N ILLINOIS, Tele: 815-758-3641
Miss Sharon Fitzwater, 803 Nunn Hall, Morehead. Kentucky 40351, M O R E H E A D STATE UNIVERSITY, Tele: 606-784-9018
Miss Harriet Briski, 4520 West Scott Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53214, UNIVER- SITY of WISCONSIN-Milwaukee Tele: Unavailable
Miss Norma Carey, AOII House, Hanover, Indiana 47243, H A N O V E R C O L L E G E , Tele: 812-866-3327
Miss Louise Ristow, 1001 David Ross Road, Lafayette, Indiana 47006, PURDUE UNI- VERSITY, Tele: 317-743-9525
Miss Alice Tredup, 626 Emerson Street, Evanstoh, Illinois 60201, NORTHWEST- ERN UNIVERSITY , Tele: 312-475-3454
Miss Barb Krog, 1340 Thompson—W.I.U. Macomb, Illinois 61455, WESTERN ILLI- NOIS UNIVERSITY , Tele: 309-899-4511
Miss Mary Rash, Cartwright Center—W.S.U. LaCrosse, Wisconsin 54601, WISCONSIN STATE-LaCrosse, Tele: 608-785-1800
Miss Linda Coveleskie, AOII-South Bloom- ington Street, Greencastle, Indiana 46135, DEPAUW UNIVERSITY, Tele: 317-653- 4319
President
Mrs. Philip Miller (Holly B*), 3430 Berkley Road, Anderson, Indiana 46011, Tele: 317- 642-7660
Alumnae Advisers
Mrs. Neil Allen (Rachel AX), 459 Brentmoor Drive, Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
Mrs. Gay Peyton (BX), 217 East 22nd, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301
Mrs. Hazel Foltz, (BA), 703 Moore Road, Bloomington, Illinois 61701
Regional Directors
Miss Marilann Jo Melton (BX), 437 North Main, Smiths Grove, Kentucky 42171, Tele: 502-563-2861
Mrs. William Rinne (Anne B*), 711 Pleasant Ridge Road, Bloomington, In- diana 47403, Tele: 812-336-4556
Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 South Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Beta Chi Beta Lambda Beta Phi
Chi Lambda
Delta Omega Gamma Iota
Iota
Iota Tau Kappa Alpha Kappa Kappa Lambda Phi Nu Iota Omega X i
Phi Delta
Phi Omicron
Phi Upsilon Rho
Sigma Iota Sigma Lambda Theta
Alumnae Chapters
Anderson (IN)
Mrs. Arthur Anderson (Edith B*), Mrs. William Rinne (Anne B*), 711 Pleas-
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Miss Antoinette Reitz (XA), 521 Runnymede Avenue, Evansville, Indiana 47714
ant Ridge Road, Bloomington, Indiana 47403, Tele: 812-336-4556
Mrs. William Rinne (Anne B*), 711 Pleas- ant Ridge Road, Bloomington, Indiana 47403, Tele: 812-336-4556
Mrs. Kenneth Harrell (Ellen KO), Miss Marilann J. Melton (BX), 437 North Doran Road, Murray, Kentucky Main Street, Smith's Grove, Kentucky 42071 42171, Tele. 502-563-2861
Miss Carol Cooper (AP), Women's Mrs. Victor Brown (Ruth B*), 811 East Physical Education, S.I.U., Car- 80th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240, bondale, Illinois 62901 Tele: 317-255-3422
Mrs. Robert Zolomij (Joanne E A ) , Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 South
1902 Diana Lane, Champaign, Illi- nois 61820
Mrs. Paul Gibbons (JoAnn KA), 35 Gardehdale, Terre Haute, Indiana 47803
Mrs. William Huber (Mary KK), 2000 West Jackson, Muncie, In- diana 47306
Mrs. Jay W. Winn (Margaret H), Route #2 Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190
Mrs. Donald Merwin (Lois NI), 197 Hollister, DeKalb, Illinois 60115
Mrs. Charles Thompson (Betty 0), 1217 Knapp Avenue, Morehead, Kentucky 40351
Mrs. Jack Klein (Lynn *4), 8723 W. Hawthorne Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53226
Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Mrs, Ralph Aderman (Alice 9 ¥ ) , 2302 East Newberry Boulevard, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211, Tele: 414-962-3804
Mrs. Keith Gilchirst (Ann 9), 5613 Sky- ridge Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250, Tele: 317-849-3061
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist (Ann 9), 5613 Sky- ridge Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250, Tele: 317-849-3061
Mrs. Joseph Sweeder (Mildred AT), 3150 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illi- nois 60657, Tele: 312-471-1134
Miss Marilann Jo Melton (BX),437 North Main Street, Smiths Grove, Kentucky 42171, Tele: 502-563-2861
Mrs. Ralph Aderman (Alice 9*), 2302 East Newberry Boulevard, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211, Tele: 414-962-3804
Mrs. Victor Brown (Ruth B4>), 811 East 80th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240, Tele: 317-255-3422
Mrs. Stephen W. Sutherlin (Kay 9), 4723 East Round Lake Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46205, Tele: 317-251-4203
Mrs. Wilbur Mottweiler (Pat 9), 504 South Owen, Mt. Prospect, Illinois 60056, Tele: 312-259-2288
Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 South Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Mrs. Ralph Aderman (Alice 6 * ) , 2302 East Newberry Boulevard, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211, Tele: 414-962-3804
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist (Ann 6), 5613 Sky- ridge Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250, 317-849-3061
Regional Directors
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist (Ann 6), 5613 Sky- ridge Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250, 317-849-3061
Mrs. 73,
Fred Mullett (Thelma * 0 ) , Hanover, Indiana 47343
Box
Mrs. Thomas Redmon (Marilyn KK), 1709 Carlsbad Drive, Lafayette, Indiana 47905
Mrs. Elmon Coe (Mary AT),417 Lee Street, Evanston, Illinois 60202,
Mrs. Aubrey Stevenson (Pat Z), 1124 Bobby Avenue, Macomb, Illinois 61455
Mrs. Gary Teschner (Kathryn A$), 3825 Cliffside Place, LaCrosse, Wisconsin 54601
Mrs. James Johnson (Martha 9), 314
Highfall, 46135
Meetings
Greencastle,
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Bloomington (IN)
Bloomington- Normal (IL)
Bowling Green
Champaign-Urbana (IL)
Chicago-Beverly Hills
Chicago
Presidents
Region IV (Continued) Meetings
Regional Directors
Mrs. William Rinne (Anne B*), 711 Pleasant Ridge Road, Bloomington, In- diana 47403, Tele: 812-336-4556
Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 South Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Miss Marilann Jo Melton (BX),437 North Main Street, Smiths Grove, Kentucky 42171, Tele: 502-563-2861
Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 South Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Mrs. Joseph Sweeder (Mildred AT), 3150 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illi- nois 60657, Tele: 312-471-1134
Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 South Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 South Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 South Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 South Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 South Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Mrs. Victor Brown (Ruth B*), 811 East 80th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240, Tele: 317-255-3422
Mrs. Joseph Sweeder (Mildred AT), 3150 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illi- nois 60657, Tele: 312-471-1134
Mrs. William Rinne (Anne B*), 711 Pleasant Ridge Road, Bloomington, In- diana 47403, Tele: 812-336-4556
Mrs. Joseph Sweeder (Mildred AT), 3150 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illi- nois 60657, Tele: 312-471-1134
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist (Ann 9), 5613 Sky- ridge Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250, 317-849-3061
Miss Marilann Jo Melton (BX),437 North Main Street, Smiths Grove, Kentucky 42171, Tele: 502-563-2861
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist (Ann 9), 5613 Sky- ridge Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250, 317-849-3061
Mrs. Stephen W. Sutherlin (Kay 9), 4723 East Round Lake Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46205, Tele: 317-251-4203
Mrs. Joseph Sweeder (Mildred A T ) , 3150 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illi- nois 60657, Tele: 312-471-1134
Mrs. Ralph Aderman (Alice 9*), 2302 East Newberry Boulevard, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211, Tele: 414-962-3804
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist (Ann 9), 5613 Sky- ridge Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250, 317-849-3061
Mrs. William Rinne (Anne B*), 711 Pleas- ant Ridge Road, Bloomington, Indiana 47403, Tele: 812-336-4556
Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 South Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist (Ann 9), 5613 Sky- ridge Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250, 317-849-3061
Columbus
60650, Tele: 312-656-6763
Mrs. Charles Whittington (RoAnne Rural Route # 3 , Columbus, Indiana Tele: Unavailable
Chrm. 852-1557
Monthly, 1st Thurs. Call Pres.
Monthly, 4th Thurs. Call Telephone Chrm. 546-6632
Monthly, 4th Mon. Call Pres.
Monthly, 4th Thurs. Call V.P. 377-7766
Council
Chicago-North Shore
Chicago-Northwest Suburban
Chicago-Southwest Suburban
Chicago-West Suburban
E l k h a r t
Evansville-Tri State (IN)
Ft. Wayne (IN)
Glenbard (IL) Indianapolis
Kentuckiana- Louisville
Kokomo (IN)
Lafayette Madison (WI) Milwaukee Muncie (IN) Owensboro (KY) Peoria (IL) Richmond (IN)
Rockford (IL) Shelbyvffle ( I N ) South Bend (IN) Terre Haute (IN)
Monthly, 2nd Tues.
( I N ) ( I N )
<f>T),
47201,
( I N )
Mr s . M a t t h e w C h e r e p a k ( J a n e * 0 ) , 7 3 Suburban Drive, South Elkhart, Indiana 46514, Tele: 219-293-3736
Miss Jeanne Carter (XA), 1100 Erie, Apt. 608, Evansville, Indiana 47715, Tele: 812- 476-7534
Mrs. Larry Thornburg (Judy 6), 2734 North Clinton, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46805, Tele: 219-484-7458
To be installed
Mrs. William J. Lynn (Roesmary B*), 6403 Green Leaves Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46220, Tele: 317-251-9700
Mrs. Charles W . Henne (Jerri AQ), 11103 Halkirk Place, Middletown, Kentucky 40243, Tele: 502-245-9330
Mrs. Larry Tngle (Judy B4>), 1541 West Mulberry Street, Kokomo, Indiana 46901, Tele: 317-457-6214
Miss Jonalou Heitman (*), 2550 Yeager Road, Apt. 18-12, West Lafayette, Indiana 47906, Tele: 317-463-3092
Mrs. Harlow Halvorson (Mary Ann 11 Larkin Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53705, Tele: 608-233-2839
Mrs. Jon Murphy (Eileen *A), 7004 Hill- crest Drive, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53213, Tele: 414-453-7766
Mrs. Jack McFarland (Judith K K ) , 204 South Morrison Road, Muncie, Indiana 47304, Tele: 317-284-9449
Mrs. James Guthrie, Jr. (Wilberta B4>), 5331 North Stephen Drive, Peoria, Illinois 61614, Tele: 309-691-4211
Mrs. Floyd S. Harding (Barbara KA), 612 S.W. 19th, Richmond, Indiana 47374, Tele: 317-973-3041
Mrs. James Smith (Martha I), 2215 Silver
Thorne Drive. Rockford, Illinois 61107, Call Pres. Tele: 815-399-7198
Mrs. J. Lee McNeely (Barbara 9), 312 West Broadway, Shelbyville, Indiana 46176, Tele: 317-398-8927
Mrs. James Keil (Jane 9+), 54583 Cornell
Drive, Mishawaka, Indiana 46544, Tele: Call Pres. 219-255-8818
Mrs. Ronald McGovern (Diana B*), 611 Monthly, 2nd Wed.
Clover Terrace, Bloomington, Indiana 47401, Tele: 812-339-5439
Mrs. R. E. Williams (Mary 4>), 1112 Elm- wood Road, Bloomington, Illinois 61701, Tele: 309-829-3656
Call V .P .
824-9668
Miss Marilann Jo Melton (BX), 437 North
Main Street, Smiths Grove, Kentucky Call Pres. 42171, Tele: 502-563-2861
Mrs. Michael Thompson (Judy I ) , 103 Greencroft, Champaign, Illinois 61830, Tele: 217-352-3241
Mrs. James Rokaitis (Lesley NI), 8409 South Merrimac, Oaklawn, Illinois 60459, Tele: 312-636-3744
Mrs. Lawrence Frerek (Peg I ) , 1523 North Douglas, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004, Tele: 312-392-1656
Mrs. Garth J. Conley, Jr. (Martha KK) 2228
Central Park Avenue, Evanston, Illinois Call Pres. 60201, Tele: 312-475-4373
Mrs. Fred Burghard (Valerie P), 940 Sylvia- wood, Park Ridge, Illinois 60068, Tele: 312-823-2625
Mrs. Jack Rolf (Joan I ) , 3 Dover Drive, Oak Brook, Illinois 60521, Tele: 312-654- 0479
Monthly, 2nd Wed. Call Membership
C h r m . 392-3923
Mrs. Gerald Hemstreet (Kitte NI), 3250 Monthly, 2nd Tues. South Austin Boulevard, Cicero, Illinois Call Membership
Mrs.- Robert
South Center Street, Terre Haute, Indiana 47802, Tele: 812-234-3690
Leturgez
(Barbara
K A ) , 1236
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Monthly, 2nd Tues. Monthly, 3rd Mon.
Monthly, 2nd
Tues.
Monthly, 3rd Call Pres.
Thurs.
Monthly, 3rd Mon.
Mrs. George Vitoux (Beth I ) , 610 Evergreen, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, Tele: 312-253-2866
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist (Ann 9), 5613 Sky- ridge Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250, Tele: 317-849-3061
Mrs. Joseph Sweeder (Mildred AT), 3150 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illi- nois 60657, Tele: 312-471-1134
Mrs. Keith Gilchrist (Ann 9), 5613 Sky- ridge Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250, Tele: 317-849-3061
No regular Meeting date.
South


REGION Y
Vice President—Miss Bobbye McCarter (NO)
Box 2436—Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri 65201 Tele: 314-449-3270
Finance Officer—Mrs. Carl Glen (Marlene Z), 3900 South 42nd Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Tele: 402-489- 2688
Extension Officer—Mrs. John Oyer, Jr. (Eleanor $), 523 Westvale Road, Kansas City, Kansas 66102 Tele: 913- 321-9085
Rush Officer—Miss Sharon Martin (An), 2212 Hall Road, Independence, Missouri64052 Tele: 816-252-0617
Collegiate Chapters
Alpha Theta
Delta Pi
Iota Sigma
Lambda Omega Colony
Presidents
Miss Constance Quigg, Box 157-Gage Union, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402, COE COL- LEGE, Tele: 319-364-1511
Miss Kathie Lewis, A 106-Panhellenic Hall, Central Mo. State College, Warrensburg, Missouri 64093, T ele: 816-747-5101
Miss Carol drivers, AOII House-2007 Greeley, Ames, Iowa 50010, IOWA STATE COLLEGE, Tele: 515-232-1520
Miss Nancy Fletcher, NORTHWEST MIS- SOURI STATE COLLEGE, Maryville, Missouri
Miss Jan L. Kaan, 212 High Rise, Chadron, Nebraska 69337, C H A D R O N ST A TE COLLEGE, Tele: 308-432-3428
Miss Peggy J. Robinson, Centennial Towers, West, 7th Floor, Kearney State College, Kearney, Nebraska 68847, KEARNEY STATE COLLEGE, Tele: 308-237-5976
Miss Joan Meuwissen, 1121 5th Street, S.E. Minneapolis. Minnesota 55414, UNIVER- SITY OF MINNESOTA, Tele: 612-231- 4230
Alumnae Advisers
Mrs. Kenneth Kersey (Donna P), 2450 Kilimanjaro Drive N.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402
Mrs. James R. Chrisman (Barbara All), 508 Streck Drive, Rt. 2, W arrensburg, Missouri 64093
Mrs. Richard Jahn (Monica 12) 1082 Pammel Court, Ames, Iowa 50010
Mrs. William Giesler (Elaine Z), 845 Bordeaux Street, Chadron, N e- braska 69337
Miss Janet Lind (Z), 2103 Third Avenue, Apt. 2, Kearney, Ne- braska 68847
Mrs. Paul Schroeder (Marlane T ) , 7521 Greenfield Avenue, Minneap- olis, Minnesota 55432
Regional Directors
Mrs. Leo Morton (Helen T ) , 2024 Crosby Road, Wayzata, Minnesota 55391, Tele: 612-473-9888
Miss Nancy Johannsen (#), 4744 Haskel, Kansas City, Kansas 66104, Tele: 913- 287-5714
Mrs. Leo Morton (Helen T ) , 2024 Crosby Road, Wayzata, Minnesota 55391, Tele: 612-473-9888
Mrs. Stephen Nielsen (Nancy Z), 9244
Nu Zeta Phi Sigma
Tau
Theta Chi
Zeta
Alumnae
Spaulding, Omaha, Tele: 402-572-7058
Nebraska 68134,
Ames (IA)
Des Moines
Greater Kansas City Kearney (NB) Lincoln (NB) Minneapolis-St. Paul Omaha
St. Louis
Monthly, 2nd Wed.
Chapters
Lincoln, Nebraska 68502
Meetings
Monthly, 2nd Tues. Call Pres.
Miss Susan Bowman, 3301 Laurel Avenue, Mrs. Charles Armstrong (Barbara Sioux City, Iowa 51106. MORNINGSIDE Z), 2712 South Willow, Sioux City, COLLEGE, Tele: 712-276-1737 Iowa 51106
Miss Mary Dickinson, 1541 "S" Street, Miss Sheila Otto (Z), 1825 Pepper,
Mrs. Stephen Nielsen (Nancy Z), 9244 Spaulding, Omaha, Nebraska 68134, Tele: 402-572-7058
Mrs. Leo Morton (Helen T ) , 2024 Crosby Road, Wayzata, Minnesota 55391, Tele: 612-173-9888
Miss Nancy Johannsen (*), 4744 Haskel, Kansas City, Kansas 66104, Tele: 913- 287-5714
Mrs. Stephen Nielsen (Nancy Z), 9244 Spaulding, Omaha, Nebraska 68134, Tele: 402-572-7058
Regional Directors
Mrs. Leo Morton (Helen T), 2024 Crosby Road, Wayzata, Minnesota 55391, Tele: 612-473-9888
Mrs. Leo Morton (Helen T), 2024 Crosby Road, Wayzata, Minnesota 55391, Tele: 612-473-9888
Miss Nancy Johannsen (*), 4744 Haskel, Kansas City, Kansas 66104, Tele: 913- 287-5714
Mrs. Stephen Nielsen (Nancy Z), 9244 Spaulding, Omaha, Nebraska 68134, Tele: 402-572-7058
Mrs. Stephen Nielsen (Nancy Z), 9244 Spaulding, Omaha, Nebraska 68134,
Tele: 402-572-7058
Mrs. Leo Morton (Helen T), 2024 Crosby Road, Wayzata, Minnesota 55391, Tele: 612^73-9888
Mrs. Stephen Nielsen (Nancy Z), 9244 Spaulding, Omaha, Nebraska 68134, Tele: 402-572-7058
Miss Nancy Johannsen ($), 4744' Haskel, Kansas City, Kansas 66104, Tele: 913- 287-5714
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508, UNIVERSITY of NEBRASKA, Tele: 402-432-1667
Presidents
Mrs. Don Heuss (Jan 12), 3415 Emerald Drive, Ames, Iowa 50010, Tele: 515-232- 3282
Mrs. Roy Gustafson (Wilma Z), 832 15th Street, W . Des Moines, Iowa 50265, Tele: 515-255-5305
Mrs. Lynn M. Cheatum (Sarah *), 1224 West 72nd Terrace, Kansas City, Mis- souri 64114, T ele: 816-333-4506
Mrs. Robert L. Walker (Shirley Z), 15 Hill-
crest Drive, Kearney, Nebraska 68847, Call Pres. Tele: 308-234-9524
Mrs. Ronald Merry (Connie Z), 2508 South 35th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68506, Tele: 402-489-4228
Miss Jannine Gauthier (T), 10717 France Avenue, Bloomington, Minnesota 55431, Tele: 612-884-8771
Mrs. Harlan Fenske (Roxie Z), 104 South 52nd Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68132, Tele: 402-556-8837
Mrs. Robert Isham (Barbara EA), 1562 Monthly, 4th Mon. Eastham Drive, Creve Coeur, Missouri Call Pres.
63141, T ele: 314-»34-5780
REGION VI
Vice President—Mrs. Morris L . Quick (Jane I A ) 930 Park, Pocatello, Idaho 83201
Tele: 208-233-2725
Finance Officer—Mrs. Harlan Humason (Audrey Y), 14548 Edgewater Lane N E , Seattle, Washington 98155 Tele: 206-EM3-0151
Extension Officer—-Mrs. W . Keith Gould (JoAnn Y ) , 7851 N E 21st, Medina, Washington 98039-Tele: 206-GL4- 8481
Rush Officer—Mrs. Theron V . Rust (Linda AP), 2270 Elysium Avenue, Eugene, Oregon 97401 Tele: 503-345-0626 316 To Dragma of ALPHA OMICRON PI—WINTER of 1970


Collegiate Chapters
Alpha Gamma Alpha Phi Alpha Rho Alpha Sigma Beta Kappa
Presidents
Miss Glenna Treat, 702 Campus Avenue, Pullman, Washington 99163, WASHING- TON STATE, Tele: 509-335-8502
Miss Debby Olsson, 1119 South 5th Street, Bozeman, Montana 59715, MONTANA STATE, Tele: 406-586-6951
Miss Laura Seacat, 2435 Harrison Boulevard, NW Corvallis, Oregon 97330, OREGON STATE, Tele: 503-752-2494
Miss Bette Siegele, 1680 Alder, Eugene, Oregon 97401, UNIVERSITY of ORE- GON, Tele: 503-345-9677
Miss Jeanie Williamson, 1368 West 46th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, UNI- VERSITY of BRITISH COLUMBIA, Tele: 604-228-2211
Miss Anita Schroeber, 220 Daly Avenue, Missoula, Montana 59801, UNIVERSITY of MONTANA, Tele: Unavailable
Miss Janice Grant, 840 W arm Spring, Boise, Idaho 83706, BOISE STATE, Tele: 208- 345-0836
Miss Deborah Ervin, 1015 15th Street, Boulder, Colorado 80302, UNIVERSITY of COLORADO, Tele: 303-447-8949
Miss Karen Popplewell, Box 743-Turner House, Pocatello, Idaho 83201, IDAHO STATE, Tele: 208-233-6104
Miss Karen Unger, 1920 SE Currin Drive, Hillsboro, Oregon 97123, PORTLAND STATE, Tele: 503-222-2557
Miss Ginny Green, 1906 NE 45th, Seattle, Washington 98105, UNIVERSITY of WASHINGTON, Tele: 206-525-6547
Presidents
Mrs. Robert L. Sanderson, Jr. (Pamela A*), 2607 Beartooth Drive, Billings, Montana 59102, Tele: 406-656-5510
Mrs. Don Johnson (Betty IA), 3401 Rose Hill, Boise, Idaho 83705, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. John M . Haynes (Martha A * ) , 908 South Tracy, Townhouse Apartments, A-l, Bozeman, Montana 59715, Tele: 406-586- 9270
Mrs. Neil H. Allen (Luanne XA),2300 South Elm Drive, Denver, Colorado 80222, Tele: 303-757-0990
Mrs. Sydney Anders (Merle T), 1913 Mo- hawk, Ft. Collins, Colorado 80521, Tele: 303-482-6276
Mrs. Charles Blackwell (Claudia I T ) , 149 South Main #7, Smithfield, Utah 84335, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Glen Klofstad (Charlene BP), 2131 South Sixth Street W„ Missoula, Montana 59801, Tele: 406-543-7345
Mrs. Richard Smith (Elaine IA), 1505 West 7th, Meridian, Idaho 83642, Tele: Un- available
Mrs. Gary L. Smith (Mary AP), 16620 SE Bush, Portland, Oregon 97236, Tele: 503- 665-8885
Mrs. James Hoffman (Phyllis Ar), East 201 Janet, Pullman, Washington 99163, Tele: 509-332-3148
Miss Doris Loening (AS), 3215 Watson NE, Salem, Oregon 97303, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Glen O. Jensen (Kathy TT), 320 West 100 North, Logan, Utah 84321, Tele: 801- 752-9019
Mrs. Richard VanDuine (Gail T), 7900 NE 32nd, Bellevue, Washington 98004, Tele: 206-GLA-4112
Mrs. James J. Elsensohn (Gladys T), 10111 Huntington Drive, Spokane, Washington 99218, Tele: 509-FA6-0241
Mrs. R. Watts (Rochelle BK), 2245 Alden Lane, North Vancouver, B.C., Canada, Tele: Unavailable
Alumnae Advisers
Mrs. Robert W . Jones (Doreen ¥ ) , 1414 East 1st Street, Moscow, Idaho 83843
Mrs. John R. Baines (Ruth AP), 204 North 27th Street, Corvallis, Oregon 97330
Mrs. Theron Rust (Linda AP), 2270 Elysium, Eugene, Oregon 97401
Mrs. Roy Miles (Carol BP), 814 Dixon, Missoula, Montana 59801
Miss Nadine Yingst (IA), 300 South Straughan, #804, Boise, Idaho, 83702
Mrs. D. L. Hansen (Judith Z), 8539 West Vassar, Denver, Colorado 80227
Regional Directors
Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T ) , 7406 78th SE, Mercer Island, Washington 98040, Tele: 206-AD2-3721
Mrs. Rex Touzalin (Carol Oil), 1470 Kennedy Drive, Denver, Colorado 80234, Tele: 303-466-4543
Miss Teresa Howard (IA), 626 Fort No. 1, Boise, Idaho 83702, Tele: 208-342-5218
Mrs. Marie E. Walker (AP), P.O. Box 1288, Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T), 7406 78th SE, Mercer Island, Washington 98040, Tele: 206-AD2-3721
Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T), 7406 78th SE, Mercer Island, Washington 98040, Tele: 206-AD2-3721
Miss Teresa Howard (IA), 626 Fort No. 1, Boise, Ldaho 83702, Tele: 208-342-5218
Mrs. Rex Touzalin (Carol on), 1470 Kennedy Drive, Denver, Colorado 80234, Tele: 303-466-4543
Beta Rho
Beta Sigma
Chi Delta
Iota Alpha
Rho Sigma
Upsilon
Alumnae
Mrs. James Jones (Catherine IA), Mrs. Rex Touzalin (Carol Oil), 1470
Billings (MT) Boise
Bozeman (MT)
Denver
Ft. Collins-Greeley (CO)
Logan ( U T )
Missoula ( M T )
Pocatello (ID)
Portland (OR)
Pullman (WA)
Salem (OR)
Salt Lake City (UT)
Seattle
Spokane (W A)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Monthly, Call Pres.
Monthly, Call Pres.
last
3rd
Tues.
W ed.
Chapters
1238 East Bonneville, Pocatello, Idaho 83201
Mrs. Harry Phomin (Barbara AS), 6705 SW 30th, # B , Portland, Ore- gon 97219
Mrs. Bruce Busch (Kathleen T ) , 5700 29th N.E., Seattle, Washington 98105
Meetings
Monthly, 1st Wed. Call Pres.
Kennedy Drive, Denver, Colorado 80234, Tele: 303-466-4543
Miss Teresa Howard (IA),626 Fort No 1, Boise, Idaho 83702, Tele: 303^466-4543
Regional Directors
Mrs. Rex Touzalin (Carol 011), 1470 Ken- nedy Drive, Denver, Colorado 80234, Tele: 303-466-4543
Miss Teresa Howard (IA), 626 Fort No. 1, Boise, Ldaho 83702, Tele: 208-342-5218
Mrs. Rex Touzalin (Carol Oil), 1470 Ken- nedy Drive, Denver, Colorado 80234, Tele: 303-466-4543
Mrs. Rex Touzalin (Carol Oil), 1470 Ken- nedy Drive, Denver, Colorado 80234, Tele: 303-466-4543
Mrs. Rex Touzalin (Carol Oil), 1470 Ken- nedy Drive, Denver, Colorado 80234, Tele: 303-466-4543
Mrs. Rex Touzalin (Carol Oil), 1470 Ken- nedy Drive, Denver, Colorado 80234, Tele: 303-466-4543
Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T ) , 7406 78th SE, Mercer Island, Washington 98040, Tele: 206-AD2-3721
Mrs. Rex Touzalin (Carol OH), 1470 Ken- nedy Drive, Denver, Colorado 80234, Tele: 303-466-4543
Miss Teresa Howard (IA),626 Fort No. 1, Boise, Idaho 83702, Tele: 208-342-5218
Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T ) , 7406 78th SE, Mercer Island, Washington 98040, Tele: 206-AD2-3721
Miss Teresa Howard (IA),626 Fort No. 1, Boise, Idaho 83702, Tele: 208-342-5218
Mrs. Forest Swan (Alverna T), 7406 78th SE, Mercer Island, Washington 98040, Tele: 206-AD2-3721
Mrs. Forest Swan (Alvema T), 7406 78th SE, Mercer Island, Washington 98040, Tele: 206-AD2-3721
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REGION VII
Vice President—Mrs. M . M . Barber (Rosalie S o ) 605 West Thomas, Jonesboro, Arkansas 72401 Tele: 501-935-3393
Finance Officer—Mrs. Hugh Heflin (Jo Beth LTK), 1403 Northridge Drive, Austin, Texas 78723 Tele: 512-565-0746 Extension Officer—Mis. Milton Aldrich (Mary P), 3917 Clayton Road, East, Fort Worth, Texas 76116 Tele: 817-
737-6925
Rush Officer—
Collegiate Chapters
Alpha Omicron Delta Beta Kappa Tau
Lambda Tau Pi
Pi Kappa Rho Alpha
Sigma Omicron
Alumnae Chapters
Albuquerque
Alexandria ( L A )
Arlington-Mid Cities ( T X )
Baton Rouge Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Jonesboro (AR)
Lafayette (LA)
Little Rock
Lower Rio Grande Valley (TX)
Monroe (La) New Orleans
Presidents
Miss Linda Ferrara, Box 16990-A University Station, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803, LOUISIANA STATE, Tele: 504-348-4294
Miss Janet Gibbens, Box 2130—U.S.L. La- fayette, Louisiana 70501, UNIVERSITY of SW LOUISIANA, Tele: 318-234-0866
Miss Patricia Gardner, Box 2922—College Station. Hammond, Louisiana 70401, SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA, Tele: 504-345-1400
Alumnae Advisers Regional Directors
Mrs. Thomas Betts (Judith B*), Mrs. Mike Mitchell (Suzanne 10), Box
318
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Mrs. J. Signet,
Patrick Spencer
(Phyllis 76039,
$ 0 ) , Tele:
1901 817-
283-6082
Euless, Texas
Mrs. Roger Hord (Gwen nK), 1405 Almeda, Austin, Texas 78704, Tele: 512-444-8996
Mrs. Charles O. Yost, Jr. (Jerry AO), 3033 Morning Glory, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808, Tele: 504-342-0117
Mrs. George D. Bass, Jr. (Louise Z), 7217 LaBolsa, Dallas, Texas 75240, Tele: 214- 233-6209
Mrs. Jonathan B. Gardner (Phyllis NB), Monthly, 2nd Thurs.
5658 East Lancaster Avenue, Apartment 206, Ft. Worth, Texas 76112, Tele: 817- 451-6952
Mrs. J. H. Nashke (Geraldine IIK), 2144 Brentwood, Houston, Texas 77019, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. David Townsend (Mary K. SO), 501 East College, Jonesboro, Arkansas 72401, Tele: 501-932-2790
Call Telephone chrm. 817-292-6306
2408 Fairway Drive, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70809
Mrs. B. H. Dehart (Lorelei AB), 402 Marguerite Boulevard, Lafayette, Louisiana 70501
Mrs. Lionel Borden (Vonnie KT), 905 Western Avenue, Hammond, Loui- siana 70401
532, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Mike Mitchell (Suzanne SO), Box 532, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Jack Sanders (Marjorie AO), 12026 Sherbrook Drive, Baton Rouge, Loui- siana 70815, Tele: 504-926-1448
Mrs. Georgiann Grace, P.O. Box 4556— Mrs. Anthony P. LaMarca (Grace Mrs. Mike Mitchell (Suzanne SO), Box
NLSC, Monroe, Louisiana 71201, NORTH- EAST LOUISIANA, Tele: 318-373-5449
Miss Mary deBois Schaub. Box 1882 Mc- Alister Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 71118, H. SOPHIE NEWCOMB COL- LEGE, Tele: 504^861-3812
Miss Kathryn Cooney, 2622 Wichita, Austin, Texas 78705, UNIVERSITY of TEXAS, Tele: 512-477-8376
AT), 1901 Crescent Drive, Monroe, 532, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076, Tele: Louisiana 71201 Unavailable
Mrs. Adelaide Falgout (*), 101 Mrs. Jack Sanders (Marjorie AO), 12026
North Gatehouse Drive, Apartment G, Metairie, Louisiana 70001
Mrs. Bill Fitzgerald (Erna nK), 2408 Bluffview, Austin, Texas 78704
Sherbrook Drive, Baton Rouge, Loui- siana 70815, Tele: 504-926-1448
Mrs. Francis Bryan (Liz *), 2606 Whisper Leaves, San Antonio, Texas 78230, Tele: 512-692-1128
Miss Yolanda Weaver, AOII-Pan American Miss Sandra Cararas (PA), 1801 Mrs. Francis Bryan (Liz $), 2606 Whisper
College. Edinburg, Texas 78539, P A N AMERICAN COLLEGE, Tele: 512-383- 3891
Miss Susan Doty, Box 928—State U., State University, Arkansas 72467, ARKANSAS STATE, Tele: 501-972-2100
Presidents
Mrs. Jack Trenkle (Rosemarie Z), 3305 Black Hills Court N E , Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111, Tele: 505-299-7333
West Kuhn, Edinburg, Texas 78539
Mrs. Joe Clay Young (Nancy SO), 514 West Washington, Jonesboro, Arkansas 72401
Meetings
Monthly, last Tues. Call Pres.
Monthly, 2nd Wed. Call V . P . 231-6069
Leaves, San Antonio, Texas 78230, Tele: 612-692-1128
Mrs. Jack Sanders (Marjorie AO), 12026 Sherbrook Drive, Baton Rouge, Loui» siana 70815, Tele: 504-926-1448
Regional Directors
Mrs. Jack Sanders (Marjorie AO), 12026 Sherbrook Drive, Baton Rouge, Loui- siana 70815, Tele: 504-926-1448
Mrs. Milton Aldrich (Mary I), 3917 Clayton Road, East Fort W orth, Texas, 76116, Tele: 817-737-6925
Mrs. Francis Bryan (Liz *), 2606 Whisper Leaves, San Antonio, Texas 78230, Tele: 152-692-1128
Mrs. Mike Mitchell (Suzanne SO), Box 532, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Milton Aldrich (Mary I ) , 3917 Clay- ton Road, East, Fort W orth, Texas 76116, Tele: 817-737-6925
Mrs. Milton Aldrich (Mary I), 3917 Clay- ton Road, East, Fort W orth, Texas 76116, Tele: 817-737-6925
Mrs. Milton Aldrich (Mary I), 3917 Clay- ton Road, East, Fort Worth, Texas 76116, Tele: 817-737-6925
Mrs. Jack Sanders (Marjorie AO), 12026 Sherbrook Drive, Baton Rouge, Loui- siana 70815, Tele: 504-926-1448
Miss Sarah Ann Moss (AB), 528 Parkside
Drive, Lafayette, Louisiana 70501, Tele:
318-235-7924 Unavailable
Mrs. Kenneth Cate (Brenda 10), 14515 Jerome, Little Rock, Arkansas 72207, Tele: 501-868-5853
Mrs. L. Walker (Janet NK), Route 2, Box 101, Mission, Texas '78572, Tele: Un- available
Mrs. Oscar N. Walley (Anita AT), 33 Karen Lane—Box 4569, Monroe, Louisiana 71201, Tele: 318-373-5511
Mrs. William C. Lowry, Jr. (Donna II), 1442 Focis Street, Metairie, Louisiana 70005, Tele: 504-835-7625
Monthly, 4th Mon. Call telephone chrm. 225-8427
Mrs. Mike Mitchell (Suzanne SO), Box 532, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Francis Bryan (Liz *), 2606 Whisper Leaves, San Antonio, Texas 78230, Tele: 512-692-1128
Mrs. Mike Mitchell (Suzanne SO), Box 532, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Jack Sanders (Marjorie AO), 12026 Sherbrook Drive, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 10815, Tele: 504-926-1448
Monthly, 1st Wed. Call V .P . 447-5164
Mrs. Mike Mitchell (Suzanne SO), Box 532, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076, Tele:


Oklahoma City
Permian Basin (TX)
San Antonio Shreveport Tulsa
Mrs. John W. Hunt (Elizabeth 0), 3216 NW 22nd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73107, Tele: 405-235-6837
Mrs. Robert B. Harrington (Frances X ) , 1417 Mogford, Midland, Texas 79701, Tele: 915-682-0969
Mrs. Ralph Cornwell (Virginia *0), 3642 Richwood Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78230, Tele: 512-696-1261
Mrs. Ogan W. Gajdos (XZ),257 E. Linden, Shreveport, Louisiana 71104, Tele: 318- 868-0242
Mrs. Norman Barrow (Carole K9), 6010 South 75th East Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145, Tele: 918-627-5267
No regular meeting date
Quarterly Call Pres.
Monthly, 2nd Wed. Call v.p., 838-8447
Mrs. Mike Mitchell (Suzanne 2 0 ) , Box 532, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Milton Aldrich (Mary, I ) , 3917 Clay- ton Road, East, Fort Worth, Texas 76116, Tele: 817-737-6925
Mrs. Francis Bryan (Liz *)> 2606 Whisper Leaves, San Antonio, Texas 78230, Tele: 512-692-1128
Mrs. Jack Sanders (Marjorie AO), 12026 Sherbrook Drive, Baton Rouge, Louisi- ana 70815, Tele: 504-926-1448
Mrs. Mike Mitchell (Suzanne £ 0 ) , Box 532, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076, Tele: Unavailable
Collegiate Chapters
Kappa Theta Lambda Beta
Sigma Sigma Phi
Theta Omega
Upsilon Alpha
Alumnae Chapters
Contra Costa East Bay (CA) Flagstaff
Fresno
Glendale (CA) Honolulu
Las Vegas
Presidents
Miss Jessica Lane, 894 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90024, U.C.L.A., Tele: 213-474-9017
Miss Helen Hughes, 210 Temple Street, Long Beach, California 90803, CALIFORNIA STATE—Long Beach. Tele: 213-433-9592
Miss Janet Lee Kaller, 2311 Prospect, Berke- ley, California 94704, UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA, Tele: 415-845-9077
Miss Deborah Blevans, 18041 Devonshire, Apt. 217. Northridge, California 91324, SAN FERNANDO VALLEY COLLEGE, Tele: 213-360-7644
Miss Debbie Parker, C.U. Box 772t—NAU, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001, N O R T H E R N ARIZONA UNIVERSITY , Tele: 602-523- 9011
Miss Kathy Kuhn, 1731 East 2nd Street, Tucson, Arizona 85711, UNIVERSITY of ARIZONA, Tele: 602-327-3728
Presidents
Mrs. Dennis J. Koupal (Janet AP), 303 Menlo Court, Walnut Creek, California 94598. Tele: 415-939-9523
Mrs. Richard Freeland (Carolyn AI), 3463 Wyndale Drive, Catsro Valley, California 94546, Tele: 415-352-3657
Mrs. Bill Epperson (Susan 9S2), 1720 North Navajo, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001, Tele: 602-744-3186
Mrs. A.M.Crawford,Jr. (Georgina 0), 1181 East Ashlan, Fresno, California 93704, Tele: 209-224-4622
Mrs. Perry Hadley (Susanna K9), 1314 Dorothy Drive, Glendale, California 91202, Tele: 213-244-7368
Miss Dixie Donoho (AB),1043 Nehoa Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Herman Adams (Marilyn NA), 1341 Cashman, Las Vegas, Nevada 89102, Tele: Unavailable
Alumnae
Advisers
Regional Directors
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen X A ) , 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Cali- fornia 91006, Tele: 213-447-5743
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REGION VIII
Vice President—Mrs. August Ackel (Norma K0) 12218 Sarazen Place—Granada Hills, California 91344 Tele: 213-363-0271
Finance Officer- -Mrs. Francis Lipscomb (Pat K©), 160 S. Michigan, Apt. 303, Pasadena, California 91106 Tele: 213-792-3715
Extension Officer—Mrs. Sterling Batsford (Nancy AS) 2369 Howard Avenue, San Carlos, California94070 Tele: 415-593-5954
Extension Officer-at-Large—(Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah) Mrs. R. W. Spencer (Lucile Z), 6221 East Montecito, Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 Tele: 602-947-6391
Rush Officer—Mrs. Jerry Ditto (Sallie T ) , 1607 Wright Avenue, Sunnyvale, California 94087 Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Phillip Slep (Mildred P), Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen XA),
Golden West Estates, 15321 Ver- mont Street, Westminster, Califor- nia 92683
Mrs. Thomas Thompson (Joanne 2 ) , 940 Avis Drive, El Cerrito, Cali- fornia 94530
Miss Janlyn Moody ($A), 18041 De- vonshire Drive, A p t 217, North- ridge, California 91324
1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Califor- nia 91006, Tele: 213-447-5743
Mrs. Robert W . Belk (Nancy T A ) , 255 Jayne Avenue, Oakland, California 94610, Tele: 415-451^430
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen X A ) , 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Califor- nia 91006, Tele: 213-447-5743
Mrs. Richard Ortiz (Susan 90), 227 Mrs. Frank Weinberg (Becky XA), 859 Campus Heights, Flagstaff, Arizona East Ninth Place, Mesa, Arizona 85201, 86001 Tele: 602-969-0114
Mrs. Daniel H. Campbell (Sharon Mrs. Frank Weinberg (Becky XA), 859
TA), 4426 East LaJolla Circle, Tucson, Arizona 85711
Meetings
Monthly, 2nd Tuesday Call Pres.
Monthly, 2nd Mon. Call Pres.
Monthly, 2nd Wed.
East Ninth Place, Mesa, Arizona 85201, Tele: 602-969-0114
Regional Directors
Mrs. Robert Belk (Nancy TA), 255 Jayne Avenue, Oakland, California94610, Tele: 415-451-4430 .
Mrs. Robert W. Belk (Nancy TA), 255 Jayne Avenue, Oakland, California 94610, Tele: 415-451-4430
Mrs. Frank Weinberg (Becky XA), 859 East Ninth Place, Mesa, Arizona 85201, Tele: 602-969-0114
Mrs. Robert W. Belk (Nancy TA), 255 Jayne Avenue, Oakland, California 94610, Tele: 415-541-4430
Mrs. Richard DesJerdins (Arleen XA), 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, California 91006, Tele: 213-447-5743
Mrs. Robert W. Belk (Nancy TA), 255 Jayne Avenue, Oakland, California 94610, Tele: 415-451-4430
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen XA), 1812 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Califor- nia 91006, Tele: 213-447-5743


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Long Beach
Los Angeles
Marin County (CA)
Palo Alto (CA)
Pasadena
Phoenix
Riverside (CA)
Sacramento
San Diego
San Fernando Valley
San Jose
San Mateo
Southern California Council
Southern Orange County (CA)
Stockton Tucson
Mrs. Trudy Lockwood (K9),11931 Dorothy Monthly, 3rd Wed.
Regional Directors
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen XA), 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Califor- nia 91006, Tele: 213-447-5743
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen XA), 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Califor- nia 91006, Tele: 213-447-5743
Mrs. Robert W. Belk (Nancy TA), 255 Jayne Avenue, Oakland, California 94610, Tele: 415-451-4430
Mrs. Robert W. Belk (Nancy TA), 255 Jayne Avenue, Oakland, California 94610, Tele: 415-451-4430
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen X A ) , 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Califor- nia 91106, Tele: 213-447-5743
Mrs. Frank Weinberg (Becky XA), 859 East Ninth Place, Mesa, Arizona 85201, Tele: 602-969-0114
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen XA), 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Califor- nia 91106, Tele: 213-447-5743
Mrs. Robert W. Belk (Nancy TA), 255 Jayne Avenue, Oakland, California 94610, Tele: 415-451-4430
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen XA), 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Califor- nia 91106, Tele: 213-447-5743
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen XA), 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Califor- nia 91106, Tele: 213-447-5743
CHLOETHIEL WOODWARD SMITH, Alpha Sigma, Washington, D.C. architect and recipient of the 1969 Wyman Award honoring Elizabeth Heywood Wyman, was one of eight women featured by Life Magazine October 28 in a nine-page article entitled "Women Arise" ex- ploring the women's liberation movement on the 50th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amend- ment.
Mrs. Smith is a critic of current methods being employed to bring about women's emancipation. Her views were included with those of author, Catherine Drinker Bowen; advertising mogul and playwriter, Jane Trahey; NASA mathematician, Poppy Northcutt; Federal Judge Sarah Hughes; New York Stock E x - change member, Muriel Siebert; New York Lawyer, Florynce Ken- nedy, and Washington suffragist
320
Alice Paul, who have attained prominence in fields dominated by men.
"Chloethiel does not refer to her- self as a universal genius. She's not a woman who makes headlines carrying on her business while con- cocting pies and hors d'oeuvres, dashing out a poem or painting and spanking the baby in the interim," according to the article in the A u - tumn, 1969, issue of TO DRAGMA which carried the news of her selec- tion as recipient of the Wyman Award. "It's always been architec- ture."
"Washington's ' F Street Plaza was redesigned in 1967 as a part of a federal urban renewal project. Chloethiel was the architect who redesigned the historical street for Mr. and Mrs. Pedestrian."
From Alpha Sigma Chapter at the University of Oregon, Mrs. Smith
Region VIII Presidents Meetings
Mrs. John D. Wyatt (Judy AB), 3059 Capri Lane, Costa Mesa, California 92626, Tele: Unavailable
(continued)
Street, No. 18, Los Angeles, California 90049, Tele: 213-826-7279
Mrs. Philip C. Strick (Phyllis 9), 50 Moor- ing Road, San Rafael, California 94901, Tele: 415-456-9941
Mrs. James D. Palmer (Marilyn NA),8 Hes- keth Drive, Menlo Park, California 94025, Tele: 415-322-9057
Call Pres.
Third Mon., Oct., Dec, Feb., April Call Pres.
Monthly, Call v.p.
Mrs. Francis Lipscomb (Patricia KB), 160 Monthly,
3rd Thurs. 327-3230
3rd Thurs. 447-5743
South Michigan Avenue #303, Pasadena, California 91106, Tele: 213-792-3715
Mrs. William Mayberry (Pat 9), 6410 North
82nd Way, Scottsdale, Arizona 85251, Call Pres. Tele: 602-946-4019
Mrs. Thomas H. Longmire (Norma KP), 6783 Oleander Court, Riverside, Califor- nia 92506, Tele: 714-683-0272
Mrs. A. L. Blubaug (Esse XA), 3010 Dor- laine Court, Sacramento, California 95821, Tele: 916-482-7327
Mrs. Edward F. Sutor (Terese EA), 5727 Honors Drive, Sah Diego, California 92122, Tele: 714-453-3051
Mrs. John A. Hooten (Sue Carole *0), 7822 Bellaire Avenue, North Hollywood, Cali- fornia 91605, Tele: Unavailable
Monthly, 2nd Thurs.
Monthly, 3rd Wed.
Carrick Court, Sunnyvale, California 94087, Tele: 408-739-3983
Mrs. Matthew Petrucela (Kathleen AP), 343 Glenwood Avenue, Daly City, California 94015, Tele: Unavailable
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen XA), 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, California, 91006, Tele: 213-447-5743
Mrs. James Ferrell (Penne NA),21152 Bing- hampton Circle, Huntington Beach, Cali- fornia 92646, Tele: 714-968-3243
Mrs. William Wedding (Marian XA), 5601 East Water Street, Tucson, Arizona 85716, Tele: 602-298-0869
Chrm. 257-1881
Meeting time varies. Call Pres.
Monthly, 4th Wed.
Jayne Avenue, Oakland, California 94610, Tele: 415-45M430
Mrs. Robert W. Belk (Nancy TA), 255 Jayne Avenue, Oakland, California 94610, Tele: 415-451-4430
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen XA), 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Cali- fornia 91006, Tele: 213-447-5743
Mrs. Richard DesJardins (Arleen XA), 1812 Oakwood Avenue, Arcadia, Cali- fornia 91006, Tele: 213-447-5743
Mrs. Robert W. Belk (Nancy TA), 255 Jayne Avenue, Oakland, California 94610, Tele: 415-451-4430
Mrs. Frank Weinberg (Becky XA), 859 East Ninth Place, Mesa, Arizona 85201, Tele: 602-969-0114
was graduated magna cum laude in 1932 from that institution with a de- gree in architecture. She received her master's in city planning from Washington University in St. Louis
in 1933.
Academically she has served as
visiting lecturer at Duke and North Carolina State. In 1944 she received a John Simon Guggenheim Founda- tion Fellowship.
Husband Bromley was an attache at L a Paz, Bolivia when Chloethiel met him. She was remodeling the U.S. Embassy offices and designing a nurses' residence and school. Cur- rently, he is consultant for the N a - tional Security Council in their home city, Washington, D.C. They have two children, Bromley, Jr., and daughter, Suky, who is prepping for Wellesley.
Life Magazine Features AOII
Call v.p.
Monthly, 2nd Thurs.
Mrs. Harry L. Evans (Charlotte T), 553 Meetings times vary. Call Prgm. Mrs. Robert W. Belk (Nancy TA), 255
To Dragma of ALPHA OMICRON PI—WINTER of 1970


ANOTHER CONVENTION FIRST! AOII POTPOURRI SHOP
Gain individual recognition for your originality and ingenuity while your earn money for your chapter by doing your own thing! Start making clever items now for the AOII Potpourri Shop, boutique, which will be another inno- vation at International Convention in Dallas June 13-17. The wares offered will be products predominately not found in most boutiques, but original items made by AOIIs.
Boutique chairman is Mary Kathryn (Mary Kay) Henry Beyer (Mrs. Orrien R.) Nu Kappa, of Dallas. To aid her in planning the boutique, please follow these participation requirements:
BY FEBRUARY 1, 1971 (Or Before)
1. Send Boutique Entry Blank to Mary Kay Beyer (see attached blank)
2. Booths will be assigned on first-postmarked entry basis.
3. To assure a variety of entries, be original. (We do not want 20 booths of jeweled Christmas balls!) 4. Be the first to get your items in—do it now!
BY MAY 1, 1971 (Or Before)
Send ONE SAMPLE of boutique item to Mary Kay and include the following in the sample's box:
1. Estimated number of items to be brought to convention.
2. Estimated number of cartons you will bring of your inventory.
3. A self-addressed postcard to acknowledge receipt of your sample and acceptance of your entry. 4. Tag your sample with chapter name, location and price.
Your responsibility will be to get the boutique items to convention. To assure the items are not lost or switched with other chapters during the convention, please follow these instructions:
AT CONVENTION
1. Mark each carton with chapter name, price of items and how many items are inside.
2. Include in each carton a 5" by 7" sign with your chapter's name.
3. DO NOT SEND YOUR INVENTORY IN ADVANCE TO DALLAS! !!
The time to get started is now and over the holidays—look, think, and keep those hands busy! Keep this article for your reference. Your boutique chairman is: Mrs. Orrien R. Beyer (Mary Kay)
7051 Chipperton Drive Dallas, Texas 75225 Telephone: 214 363-2316
BOUTIQUE ENTRY BLANK MAIL BY FEBRUARY 1, 1971 to: Mrs. Orrien R. Beyer
PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE
Chapter Name:
Street Address:
City, State, Zip Code:_ President's Name
Brief Description of Entry_
Approximate Size
Telephone .
Estimated number to bring_
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