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1987 Fall - To Dragma

Vol. LXIV, No. 4

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Fall 1987 Vol. LXIV, No. 4
Convention Coverage & Directory Issue

October 24, 1987
4:30 p.m.
Kappa Pi Chapter House
116 W . Highland St.
Ada, Ohio 45810
For information contact: Sandra Burns 1185 Norwood Drive
Kent, O H 44240
30th Anniversary Celebration Lambda Tau Chapter Northeast Louisiana University March 26, 1988
For more information: Tamee Dark Smith 115 Mohawk Circle West Monroe, LA 71291
Will the people that ordered an AOIl bear similar to the ones used for the Panhellenic Brunch at Convention please re-order from:
Dorothy Garber 3690 Hastings Ct. Lafayette, C A 93439 (415) 283-2056
Due to confusion the last day, the original order was lost. Contact Dorothy for further information.
If you are interested in forming
a new alumnae chapter, please contact Andrea Russell 35"O"Street No.9
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
By Peg Crawford International President
The 57th meeting of Council in Desert Springs, Ca., is but a memory. But what a memory! Who could forget celebrating with Edith Anderson, Past International President and Historian, her birthday? Edith was born the same year as Alpha Omicron Pi. Who could forget the excitement of the Awards Banquets and Luncheons, and sharing the feeling of accomplishment with the winners? Who could forget Ritual with our 101 Collegiate Chapter presidents?
At convention, we conducted the business of Alpha Omicron Pi, the Corporation, and the Foundation. We elected officers, and considered proposed amendments to the Constitu- tion and By-Laws. From the day AOII was founded, collegiate chapter repre- sentatives have had an equal vote on Council with alumnae.
Time was allotted for like-officer training and sessions of interest to fraternity leaders. The new Pledge Program was introduced as was a new Public Relations Program.
We basked in the accomplishments of the past biennium such as the installa- tion of 20 collegiate chapters, the intro- duction of a new Regional Director training format, a new Scholarship Program, "The Rose Vine"—a network- ing system, the installation of our Computer in Headquarters, the success of the first Long Range Planning Meeting, and the progress of our Foundation.
Because of our increased size, to give better attention and support to our chapters, collegiate and alumnae, we will operate as 10 Regions from now on. Regional gatherings allowed officers and directors to get better acquainted with their new Regional families.
The 10 year Countdown to our Centennial Celebration got off to a great start by Carolyn Harris, Past International President, with thought provoking ideas for writing the First Hundred Years History of Alpha Omicron Pi.
We Celebrated Sisterhood in a fabulous facility planned to perfection by a super committee. Can you believe a boat docking in the lobby? A man who sprayed you with water while you stretched out by the pool? A lovely female piano player who turned out to be a mannequin with her music computerized?
We taught and we learned. W e worked and we played. We saw old friends and made new ones. It's difficult to explain just what makes a gathering of AOfls such a memorable experience. For me, it was meeting the lovely young women who represent Alpha Omicron Pi on 101 college campuses, it was getting a word of encouragement from a dear friend, it was seeing the dedication of service in the eyes of so many alumnae, it was a visit from the Big Rose, it was a note of support from our Chapter Consultants, a donation to the Endowment Fund in my name from our Executive Board, and on and on. I am truly grateful for the opportunity to serve as your President for another 2 years, and I do wish I could share the wonderful convention experience with you at Innisbrook, in Florida in 1989.
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Knoxville Alumni will host
the second annual Homecoming Luncheon on November 14th in the A0II room in the Panhellenic Building. Contact Elizabeth Allred Johnson, 952 Scenic Dr., Knoxville, TN 37919, 615/522-9985 for more
Attention Convention details. Reservations required. Attendee's

Fall 1987
Published since January, 1905 by
Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity Founded at Barnard College, January 2, 1897
Jessie Wallace Hughan
Helen St. Clair Mullan Stella George Stern Perry Elizabeth Heywood Wyman
T h e Founders were members of Alpha Chapter at Barnard College of Columbia University and all are deceased.
Alpha Omieron Pi International Headquarters 3821 Cleghorn Ave. Nashville, Tennessee 37215 Telephone: 615-383-1174
Deborah Harper Stillwell, NO 3821 Cleghorn Avenue Nashville, TN 37215 (615) 794-0655 (Home) (615) 292-0461 (Office)
Executive Director
Sue Edmunds Lewis, CAE, TA 3821 Cleghorn Ave. Nashville, T N 37215
Public Relations Coordinator Melanie Nixon Doyle, AS 3821 Cleghorn Ave. Nashville, TN 37215
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On the Cover
We are honored to be allowed to reproduce an original painting called Castle Reflections by Ann Cushing Gantz, the 1987 Wyman Award winner. See page 8 for more information about Ann as well as another beautiful painting.
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Fall 1987
Diamond Jubilee Scholarships Perry Award Winner
Mullan Award Winner Wyman Award Winner
JWH Winner
1987-89 Executive Board Elected
Alumnae Honored with Rose Awards
Epsilon Omega Installed at Eastern Kentucky U AOII Installed at Transylvania U
Epsilon C h i Installed at Elon
Delta Chapter Installed at Tufts U
AOII Philanthropic Foundation
1987-88 Chapter Consultants Named
Alumnae Chapter Activity Collegiate Commentaries Emporium
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Diamond Jubilee Foundation
Kelly Rosenbohm Donna Parr
"What a thrill it was to find out that DJF felt I deserved one of its scholarships," said Lucie Logan, Pi Alpha, " M y time with my chapter has been very special and I know my years ahead as an A0I1 will be an important part of my life."
There is a perfect mixture of pride, humility and spirit in DJF scholarship winners. Sara Abler, president, Zeta, University of Nebraska, said her award will allow her to work fewer hours and she added, " I will be able to give more time to my studies and AOn."
"it was a relief for me and my family to receive the scholarship," added Eden Edwards, Zeta and Perry Award winner, 1987. Tari Brand, Beta Phi, said, "We now have a better understanding of DJF and look forward to helping it grow."
Twenty members of Alpha Omicron Pi will receive awards for a total amount of $18,500. The largest undergraduate scholarship honors the Foundation founder, Muriel Turner McKinney. It has been awarded to Kelly Rosenbohm, Iota, University of Illinois. Kelly will receive a B.S. in Accounting. She has served her chapter as president, corresponding secretary and rush counselor. Her honors include election to Alpha Lambda Delta and Beta Alpha Psi and recipient of Dad's Association Library Award.
Criteria used to select the winners includes academic excellence, financial need, and campus and chapter involve- ment.
Scholarship applications will be mailed by January 1, 1988. Completed applications must be received by the
Amy Oehler Teisha Whitson Mary Burnett
scholarship chairman, Rosalie Barber, by March 1. All applicants will be notified by May 15, 1988.
Listed by regions are the recipients of undergraduate scholarships for 1987- 1988:
Region I
Donna Paar, Bethlehem, Pa., Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylvania State University, will earn a B.F.A./B.S. in A r t Education and Fine Arts. She served her chapter as social chairman, fraternity education chairman, rush party chairman. She was elected to Mortar Board and served on campus as Dorm House president, area student government and homecoming design chairman.
Region I I
Amy Oehler, Ft. Mitchell, Ky., Alpha
Beta Tau, Thomas More College will earn a B.A. in Elementary Education. She has served her chapter as vice president, recording and corresponding secretary. On campus she was orientation leader, served on the newspaper staff, in student government and as a peer consultant. She is listed in Who's Who.
Teisha Whitson, Millerville, Md., Theta Beta, Towson State University, will earn a Communication. She has served as chapter administrative vice president and philanthropy chair- person. Her campus activities included WTSR Newscaster, Towerlight News- paper, Pi Lambda Phi Little Sister and the Honors Program.
Mary Burnett, Knoxville, Tn., Omicron, University of Tennessee, will earn a B.S. in Accounting/Management. She has served her chapter as treasurer, assistant treasurer, Jr. Panhellenic
delegate and Panhellenic program director. She was elected to Alpha Lambda Delta.
Region I I I
Gayle Kilgus, Geneva, Al., Gamma Delta, University of South Alabama will earn a B.S. in Biology/Business. She served as chapter relations chairman, pledge class president and song leader for her chapter. Her campus activities included president, Sigma Tau Alpha, vice president, Order of Omega, Alpha Epsilon Delta treasurer, and she was elected to Mortar Board and Who's Who.
Victoria VanValkenburgh, Huntsville, AL, Tau Delta, Birmingham Southern College will earn a B.A. in Political Science/Economics. She served her chapter as corresponding secretary and parliamentarian. Her campus involve- ment included secretary, Student Judiciary; News Editor, Yearbook staff and Model Senate staff.
Region IV
Melissa Hensley, Franklin, In., Kappa Kappa, Ball State University will earn a B.S. in Business Management. She served as president, chapter rela-tions chairman and treasurer for her chapter and on campus she was elected to the Management Honorary Rho Lambda, and Mortar Board.
Monique Pollard, Terre Haute, In., Kappa Alpha, Indiana State University will earn a B.A. in Accounting. She served her chapter as chairperson, fraternity education and Panhellenic rush counselor. She was sleeted to Delta Sigma Pi and Alpha Lambda Delta.
Tari Brand, Kendallville, In., Beta Phi, Indiana University, will earn a B.S. in
Gayle Kilgus Victoria
Van Valkenburgh
Melissa Hensley Monique Pollars Tari Brand
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Sara Abler Eden Edwards Jennifer Jons
Julia Miller Paula Bourgeois
Mary Peters, Wilmington, De., Delta Upsilon, Duke University, is the recipient of the second graduate scholarship. She will be working toward her J.D. degree.
Lori Moore, Ogallala, Ne., Phi Sigma, Kearney State College, is the recipient of the alumnae scholarship given so a member may achieve personal fulfill- ment and meet professional require- ments in today's marketplace. Lori is seeking a Master's degree in Special Education.
The Foundation is also funding a Chapter Services Scholarship and the recipient will be selected by the Execu- tive Board of AOIL Ohio University will be the recipient of a grant in aid to be awarded to a non-AOII.
Through these scholarships AOn/DJF meets its lifetime commitment. Contri- butions from collegians and alumnae support the AOII/Diamond Jubilee Foundation and have made possible more than 450 scholarships since the first scholarship for fifty dollars was awarded in 1962. Today the minimum scholarship for an academic year has increased to $1000 reflecting the pro- gressive policies of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation.
Scholarship applications will be mailed in January 1988. Completed applications must be received by the scholarship chairman, Rosalie Barber, by March 1.
Academic excellence, financial need, chapter and campus activities are important in the selection process. All applicants will be notified by May 15, 1988.
Biology. Her chapter activitiesincluded Region VI
president, intramural manager, chapter Julia Miller, Whitehouse, Tx., Delta relations committee, and AOII outstand- Theta, Texas Woman's University will ing pledge. On campus she was
chairman of the Student Alumni
Council, project chairman, Spirit of
Sports Promotion and Alpha Lambda
Region V
Kelly Rosenbohn, Glasford, II., Iota,
University of Illinois. Received Muriel Turner McKinney Award (see above).
Sara Abler, Norfolk, Ne., Zeta, University of Nebraska, will receive a B.S. in Advertising/Consumer Science. She has served as chapter president, activities chairman and freshman class delegate to Leaders Council. Campus activities included Student Alumni Association, Nebraska Human Resources Foundation Board of Trustees, student representative; Student Advisory Board College of Home Economics.
Eden Edwards, Alliance, Ne., Zeta, University of Nebraska, will earn a B.S. in Journalism. She has been president, reporter, Panhellenic delegate and out- standing active member of her chapter. On campus she served on the new student orientation staff, Innocents Society, Greek Publication staff and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Jennifer Jons, Marshalltown, Iowa, Iota Sigma, Iowa State University will earn a B.S./M.S. in Physical Therapy. She has served as chapter president, vice president and pledge class president. She was elected to Alpha Lambda Delta and served as parade director and secretary for Veishea.
receive her B.S. in Pre-Medical Illustra- tion. She served as corresponding secre- tary, administrative vice president and Panhellenic delegate f o r her chapter and on campus was elected to Delta Phi Delta.
Paula Bourgeois, Lafayette, La., Lambda Tau, Northeast Louisiana University will receive a B.A. in Public Relations. She served her chapter as president, assistant pledge trainer and chapter adviser Award of Merit. Campus activities included Student Government Association Senator, Greek and Academics Editor,Yearbook, and Housing Appeals Committee. Region V I I
Maureen Toner, Bozeman, Mont., Alpha Phi, Montana State University, will earn a B.A. in Business Education. She served as administrative vice presi- dent, corresponding secretary and chapter relations chairman for her chapter and was elected to the Order of Omega, treasurer of OEA and Sigma Chi Little Sister vice president.
Region VIII
Colleen Coleman, Irvine, Ca., Chi
Alpha, University of California, Davis will earn a B.S. in Biological Sciences. She was Keeper of the Ritual for her chapter and on campus she was secre- tary, Pre Med Club and in the California Aggie Marching Band.
The Helen Haller Award given to a graduate student has been awarded to Lesley Rausch, Lenexa, Kansas, Zeta, University of Nebraska. She is working to- ward a D.V.M. in VeterinaryMedicine.
Maureen Toner Colleen Coleman Lesley Rausch
Mary Peters Lori Moore
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Zeta President
Eden Edwards, Zeta, U . of Nebraska, received the 1987 Perry Award as AOITs most outstanding collegiate chapter president.
Eden Edwards is a remarkable young woman who exhibits all of the virtues that we hope to see in every member. She was instrumental in many impor- tant changes which occurred at Zeta this past year. A chapter president does not make a chapter outstanding by herself, but she can be the motivator, the inspirator, and the encourager that will help guide chapter members to achieve their fullest potential. Eden created an interaction between officers that was phenomenal. They relaxed, they cared, they shared, and they criticized when necessary.
Chapter meetings were very business- like and through her actions, the length of meetings was greatly reduced.
Eden memorized ritual in order that she could convey the full meaning of the words when reciting ritual as well as recall to mind ways in which our ritual interacts in our daily lives.
One of the biggest accomplishments during her presidency was the Zeta Chapter Operations Manual—ZCOM. The ZCOM was Eden's "pet" and she took the basic idea of putting together a handbook for chapter officers' use and developed this idea into an informative tool which will be a great asset for all future officers of the chapter.
Eden Edwards
Eden installed a new selective chapter program called PACE, personal and chapter enrichment, which allowed the chapter to prevent overprogramming and help develop programs that would enrich chapter members and the chapter as a whole. In other words, quality pro- gramming instead of quantity.
This is only a glimpse of what Eden Edwards has given to A0I1 and to Zeta Chapter. It would be difficult to find a more dedicated, more giving, and more sincere member of our fraternity. She willbeanassettoAlphaOmicronPifor the rest of her life.
The Perry Award, established by Council of AOn at the 1959 Conven- tion was first awarded at the 1961 Convention. It honors Founder Stella George Stern Perry.
Stella was not only the first National President of AOn,serving from 1898 to 1905, but was as well the first president
of the Alpha Chapter, the first of AOIT's chapters. She was a great champion of the young. She insisted upon simplicity, dignity and integrity in all that we do.
It is, therefore, appropriate that the award to honor her and carry her name goes each year to the one collegiate president who, by oustanding service to her chapter, exceptional inspiration to its members, and recognition by the administration and fellow students of her college or university, typifies the AOn so beloved by Stella George Stern Perry.
The Perry Award is administered by three Past International Presidents appointed by the Executive Board, each serving a staggered term of six years. Serving in these positions this past year were Joan Deathe MacCallum, Chairman, Mary Louise Filer Roller, and Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy.
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Remembering Convention
The next few pages will offer a review of the major award winners at our 1987 International Conven- tion held in Palm Desert California this past summer. It is impossible to convey to each of you the experience of attending an International Con- vention. It is a tremendous learning experience and a place where un- forgetable friendships are made. Plan now to join us for our 1989 Convention to be held in Innisbrook, Florida. Hopefully,many of you will be able to attain the feeling of sister- hood and love that these pages cannot convey.
Past International Presidents gather prior to the Rose Banquet at Convention. Back row from left: Mary Louise Roller, Ginger Banks, Eleanore MacCurdy. Front row from left: Carolyn Harris, Edith Anderson, Wilma Leland.
Marion Clouse Wins Mullan Award
Marion Grassmuck Clouse, Chi, was awarded the Helen St. Clair Mullan Award at the 1987 Convention. This Founder's Award is given to an alumna member who has continually served AOII over the years, displaying loyal, faithful and devoted commitment to the fraternity.
The mainspring of our fraternity is service, and Marion has made a lifetime commitment to her fraternity. She has always served in whatever capacity she is asked. As Marion has moved around the country she has served AOII where- ever she has lived.
Marion Clouse
In 1953 Marion moved to Miami from Cleveland. She served as a District Director and attended her first Conven- tion in Memphis. In 1960 she moved to New York and became a Regional Vice President. In 1977 she moved back to Cleveland and worked as Fraternity Education Chairman and as Membership Chairman for her local alumnae group. In 1975 she moved back to Florida and was elected to the Executive Board at the Scottsdale Convention. In 1982 she became Regional Extension Officer, a position she presently holds.
Fall 1987

Ann Cushing Gantz Earns Wyman Award
"Aerialists". Oil on Paper. 8
Ann Cushing Gantz, Pi, Newcomb College, received the Elizabeth Heywood Wyman award at the 1987 Convention. The Wyman Award is given to an alumna member who has achieved outstanding success and/or acclaim in the arts, her profession, or service to humanity.
Ann has shown outstanding service in the fields of painting, printmaking, drawing, and art education, and through her recognition and encourage- ment of young and upcoming artists. Ann's accomplishments include over 60 juried exhibitions, 40 invitational group exhibitions, and 27 one man exhibitions. She has 38 major prizes and awards to her credit. Ann is also listed in the Who's Who of American Art, American Women, the Arts, and the Southwest, and the International Who's Who of Women.
In addition to her painting, Ann teaches at the Cushing Studio at the Kramer Art Center in Dallas. She prides herself on teaching students individually, and not on teaching them a specific style. She encourages people to try different things and experiment.
Ann's AOn past carried through to her daughter, Melissa, who is from the Delta Upsilon Chapter at Duke University.
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Ann Cushing Gantz

Omicron Wins J W H
Omicron chapter, U. of Tennessee Knoxville was awarded the JWH cup for excellence during the 1987 convention.
The first Founder's Award to be es- tablished, the Jessie Wallace Hughan Cup, was instituted by Stella George Stern Perry in honor of Jessie Wallace Hughan. Stella was committed to the belief that our collegiate chapters are the lifeblood of our Fraternity. She believed that the JWH Cup would serve as a challenge to each and every chapter to strive for the standard of excellence that was typified by the life of her beloved friend, Jessie.
For several years Omicron has been honored for outstanding performance both as an A0I1 chapter and as an out- standing Greek organization on their large campus. The reputation of this chapter has certainly helped set the tone and advanced the principles of AOn in their part of the country, and throughout the Region.
Omicron has distinguished itself by outstanding performance in many areas. They realize that organization is the key to running a chapter and this is obvious when observing Leaders' Council and chapter meetings. Each officer has her report organized and
Melissa Brandon, past President of Omicron Chapter and Katie Hemmeter, current president share the excitement of winning the JWH Award.
brief and members give their full atten- tion. Meetings are model in every fashion. Officer reports are complete, on time, and done with great detail. Officers send updates to their regional director between reporting periods just to keep up on the latest happenings.
The chapter relations committee is very active with the chapter and has just recently reorganized their program. They work well with their adviser and frequently sponsor events to get members together between meetings by offering special lunch events.
Omicron shows the special meaning of sisterhood by not limiting them- selves to their own chapter. They have actively helped with extension, even missing days of classes. They always remember new chapters at their installa- tion by sending gifts and personal notes. They share their programs and ideas with other chapters willingly and enthusiastically.
They are the leaders on campus and in Panhellenic. No one is jealous of these charming and kind young women, they just look up to them as the best.
Omicron's rushing program is a model for all. Their legacy rush is out- standing and they require a 2.5 for a
rushee to even be considered. They have such an active MIF program that for at least the past biennium, they have had a MIF on every young lady they have pledged.
The pledge program, the member- ship education program, scholarship, philanthropic—every area is fully de- veloped and evaluated carefully each year to find ways to improve it.
The women of this chapter sincerely care for each other and have a true bond of sisterhood. It is indeed noteable that in a chapter of over 120 members there are no cliques or dissention. They truly show the world about us the principles AOI1 holds dear.
The lists of honors, a wards and activi- ties for their members and the chapter is vast. This year they added to their im- pressive list the Community Service Award and the Outstanding Pledge Program Award from the UT campus. They received an honorable mention in Scholarship and won the intermural top trophy. They won their university's major variety production this spring. Also, they won the Rush Excellence Award for 1987.
Fall 1987

New Executive Board Elected for 1987-89
Alpha Omicron Pi's Executive Board, front. Peg Crawford. First row, from left, Robin Beltramini and Mary Williams. Second row from left, Pat Hardy, Barbara Hunt and Liz Coffey. Third row from left, Sue Lewis, [Executive Director], Anne Allison and Nancy Bowers.
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AAmong the thousands of women responsible for making Alpha Omicron Pi"tick", there are eight women who are in the forefront. These eight women make up our Executive Board. They volunteer their time and talents to the Fraternity for rewards like making lasting friendships, feeling a sense of accomplishment, facing challenges, learning, and making a difference. For
them, these benefits far outweigh any monetary gain they could receive elsewhere.
All Executive Board members have been active in Alpha Omicron Pi for several years and in various capacities. Their interests and accomplishments are varied, but they all have one thing in common: a love for AOII.

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0President-Peg Kramer Crawford ota 1945 Oak Lawn, Illinois
Collegiate Chapter:
1945-46 Scholarship Chairman 1946-47 Standards Chairman 1947-48 President
Alumnae Chapter:
West Suburban Chapter 1950's President Beverly Hills Chapter 1960's President
Chicago Area Countil 1960-62 President Alumnae Director 1961-65
International Rush Chairman 1970-73
Vice President/Extension 1973-75,1979-83,1984-85 Vice President/Operations 1983-84
International President 1985-87
NPC Alternate Delegate 1975-79, 1983-present
Collegiate chapter: President— 1962-63
Alumnae Chapter:
Milwaukee Alumnae Chapter Member—1966-Present Milwaukee Alumnae Chapter President—1970-74
Regional Director Region 11—1974-76 Regional Vice President Region II—1976-82
Executive Board Director—1982-Present Convention—1983-New Orleans Alumnae Operations—1983-85
Colony Supervision—1985-Present Colony Installation—1985-Present
NPC Delegate—1985-Present
Wisconsin Collegiate Area Advisor—1985-Present
Minnesota Collegiate Area Advisor—1985-Present Foundation Board President—1983-Present
DJF Liaison—1982-Present
AOn Honors:
Milwaukee Alumnae Panhellenic "W oman of the
Perry Award Nominee Phi Delta Chapter—1963
Bachelor of Science—Elementary Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee—1959-63
Lake Mills High School, Lake Mills, Wisconsin—1955-59
NPC Area Adviser for College Panhellenics in Michigan and Western Ontario; Past Adviser for Alumnae Panhellenics in Michigan; Faculty for Association of Fraternity Advisers, NE PH Conference, Mid-American PH Conference and National Association for Campus Activities
AOn Honors:
Rose Award
Founders' Day Award—Beverly Hills Alumnae
Other AOn Work:
Colony Supervisor Colonization/Reactiva tions
University of Illinois, BS and M S in Bacteriology Activities and college organiztions other than AOII:
Theater Guild
College Honors: Cum Laude
Research Assistant and Project Coordinator, University of Chicago, 1963-present
Junior Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary 1956-65 Morgan Park Junior Woman's Club 1955-present
Drama Chairman, President
Palos Park Village Players, Board of Directors,
VP/Operations-Barbara Daugs Hunt
Phi Delta 1960 Milwaukee, W isconsin 3
Market Research, Inc. (Recruiter Agency)— 1986-Present
Substitute Elementary Teacher—1985-Present
Teacher, Pre-School, Cedar- burg, Wisconsin—1970-85 Teacher, Elementary Grades,
Brown Deer, Wisconsin—
Ozaukee County Wisconsin Extension Advisory
Grafton Junior Womens Club—1980-Present
State Historical Society of Wisconsin—1976-Present Friends of the Museum, Milwaukee—1978-Present International Institute—1980-Present
Southeastern Wisconsin Health Systems Agency—
Wisconsin Arthritis Foundation—1973-Present Milwaukee Symphony Women's League—1973-Present
Northshore Chairman, Ticket Sales—1976-Present Symphony Show House Day Chairman—
Young Peoples Symphony Concert Advisor—

0VP/Development-Anne Witt Allison Omicron 1952 Louisville, Kentucky
Collegiate Chapter: President—Omicron Chapter Recording Secretary
Rush Chairman
Pledge Class Secretary
Certificate of Appreciation—1985 International Convention
Presidential Citation for Service as RRO IV Certificate of Honor for Outstanding Achievement—
Kentuckiana Alumnae Chapter
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee—3
Years Dean's List, High Honors, Two Years
Substitute Teacher—Whittier, Alaska
The Gift Horse, Louisville, Kentucky—Assistant Manager
Kidney Foundation of Greater Louisville and Western Kentucky—Executive Board (Secretary)
Louisville Deaf Oral School, Board Member
Young Woman's Club of Louisville—First Vice President
and various other offices
Woman's Club of Louisville
The Fillies, Inc.
Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)—John
Marshall Chapter
University of Tennessee, Louisville Alum Chapter—
University Hospital Auxiliary
Girl Scouts Leader
Louisville Center for the Arts—Patron, Center Circle
VP/Finance-Robin Lee Beltramini 1 ota 1969 Tempe, Arizona
University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign—Bachelor of Arts in Sociology; Minor in Psychology and Business
One of 100 Outstanding Seniors PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
Alpha Omicron Pi Traveling Secretary—1971-72 Christie Clinic, Health Accountant—1972-73
Huie Construction-Properties—Assistant Manager—
1974-75, Manager—1975-78
Gillingwater Investments, Inc.—Real Estate Agent—
Allen Hood Realty World—Real Estate Agent—1980-82
Green Meadows Girl Scout Council—Girl Scout Troop Leader
Arizona State University Faculty Wives Club, President-Elect
Alumnae Chapter:
President—Louis ville
Secretary—Louis ville
Information Party Chairman—Louisville Panhellenic Panhellenic Delegate—Louisville, Kentucky and
Schenectady, New York
Regional Rush Officer—Region IV
Installation Chairman—Pi Alpha, U. of Louisville Kentucky State Membership Chairman
International Rush Chairman
Collegiate Programming Committee—Member Extension: Trips to Villanova University, University
of West Virginia, Transylvania University A()n Honors:
Rose Award—1985 International Convention
Collegiate Chapter:
Pledge Class Vice President Chapter Corresponding Secretary
Alumnae Chapter:
Champaign-Urbana, Dallas, Austin, Phoenix
Vice President
Panhellenic Representative—2 Years Nominations Chairman—2 Years Bylaws Committee Chairman—2 Terms
Committee Member—8 Years Membership Chairman
Alumnae Panhellenic
Fraternity Education Chairman Information Chairman
Leadership Conferences—Session Leader—1976,
1982, 1984, 1986
Regional Vice President—1980-86
Alpha Omicron Pi Traveling Secretary—1971-72 Chairman, Awards Review Committee—1984-85 Member, Editorial Committee for Alumnae Advisory
Committee Manual—1983-86
Executive Board Director—April 1986-Present
Panhellenic Panhellenic
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0Director-Nancy Perry Bowers
Nu Omicron 1953 Nashville, Tennessee
Collegiate Chapter: Recording Secretary
Alumnae Chapter:
Nashville Alumnae Chapter
President—3 Terms
Panhellenic Representative
Membership Chairman
Day Group Chairman
Accolade to Autumn (fund raiser)—Chairman and
other Committee Positions Co-Chairman—Arthritis Benefit Gala—1984
Nu Omicron Corporation Board Member Organized Parents' Club for Nu Omicron—1982
Regional Meeting III—Chairman—1970
Regional Meeting III—Session Leader—1982 Regional Director Training—Session Leader—1985
Collegiate Chapter:
Vice President Pledge Class Social Chairman
Alumnae Chapter:
President—Youth Alum Group President—Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter Panhellenic Alternate and Delegate
Regional Director—8 years Regional Finance Officer—3 Years Regional Vice President—1 Year
International Nominations Chairman Corporations Supervisor
Executive Board—1985-87
Area of Responsibility:
Alumnae Department
Associate Members
Members & Secretary of Loan Committee Alumnae Advisory Committee Manual Liaison with:
Alumnae Membership Chairman Alumnae Programming Chairman Collegiate Programming Chairman Membership Education Committee International Scholarship Chairman Nominations Committee
Regional Director—1980-84
Regional Vice President— 1984-Present
Headquarters Dedication Committee—Member 1979 International Convention—Printing Chairman 1981 International Convention—Session Leader 1983 International Convention—Session Leader
AOII Honors: Rose Award Recipient—1983 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee—Bachelor
of Arts Degree—History and Elementary Education
Davidson County Elementary School Teacher (2nd Grade)—1956-59
Harding Academy—Member of Founding Team, Teacher (Various Grades)
Embroiderer's Guild of America—Currently serving on the Board of the Tennessee Valley Region
American Needlepoint Guild—Life Member—Currently serving on the national Board of Directors; Charter member of local chapter and President— 1983-86
Iota Investment Club—President—1982
United Methodist Women—West End Methodist
Church—Immediate Past President
Middle-East Tennessee Arthritis Foundation—Board
of Directors, President
Director-Elizabeth [Liz] Coffey
Chi Lambda 1955 Indianapolis, Indiai
Taught Biology at Central High School, Evansville, Indiana—1958-59
Taught Physical Science at Westlane Junior High School, Indianapolis, Indiana—1959-63
The Church of the Nativity—2 Terms as Senior Warden Nativity News-Editor
St. Mary's Guild—President
Stansfield Circle (A Social Service Organization)—
Board Member and Treasurer
Arthritis Foundation of Indiana—Board Member Westminster Village North (A Retirement Village)—
Board Member and Vice President
Westminster Foundation (a Not-For-Profit Foundation
to help Indigent Retirees)—Board Member and Vice President
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ADirector-Mary McCammon Williams Phi 1959 Bloomington, Illinois
Collegiate Chapter:
Pledge Class President Fraternity Education Chairman Rush Chairman
Vice President and Pledge Trainer
Regional Nominations Chairman, 1976 Regional Finance Officer, 1978-80 Regional Vice President, 1980-84
International: Director, Executive Board, 1984-present
Bloomington-Normal Alumnae Chapter—Treasurer,
Vice President, and President Phi Chapter Pledge Adviser
Collegiate Chapter:
Vice President, Pledge Class Rush Chairman
Beta Lambda Chapter Pledge Adviser, Rush Adviser, Financial Adviser, Fraternity Education and Philanthropic Adviser (covered period of about 15 years)
Beta Lambda Corporation Board, 6 years, Secretary and President
Beta Lambda Building Committee, Chairman
University of Kansas, B.A. Degree (Major: Illustration) KU—two years of graduate study (Major: Design)
Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Kansas Hallmark Cards, Illustrator
American Greetings, Free-Lance Illustrator Allmayer Advertising, Kansas City, Artist
Biddle Advertising, Bloomington, Artist Free-Lance Artist for 17 years Bookkeeper for Law Firm
Girl Scout Troop Leader, 4 years
Cub Scout Den Leader, 4 years
French-American Cultural Exchange Chairman, 2 years Director, McLean County Day Care Center, 9 years
(Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary, Assistant Treasurer, currently Treasurer)
0Director-Patricia [Pat] Cowley Hardy2 Gamma Sigma 1957 Marietta, Georgia
Georgia Society of Association Executives
Founder and First President, Greenbriar Committee of Atlanta Symphony Orchestra—5 Years
Volunteer worker for United Way, Heart Fund, Arthritis Foundation, Cancer Fund, March of Dimes and political campaigns—20 Years
100 Per Cent Award, United Way
Woman of The Day, WSB Radio
Outstanding Woman of the Year, East Point Junior
Women's Club
Mrs. Atlanta Contest, Finalist
Outstanding Young Women of America Award Personalities of the South
Who's Who in the South (nominee)
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Alumnae Chairman:
Atlanta Southwest Alumnae Chapter—Vice President Atlanta Alumnae Chapter—President
Regional Director—1971-73
Co-Chairman Regional Meeting—1976
Regional Extension Officer—1976-79
Delegate to Southeast Panhellenic Conference—1978 Regional Nominations Chairman—1984-86
Co-Chairman, 75th Anniversary Convention
International Rush Chairman—1973-76
Executive Board Director—1979-80
International Nominations Committee—1982-83 International Convention Chairman—1982-Present
AOn Honors:
Outstanding Pledge Award, Gamma Sigma—1957 Special Recognition Award, Gamma Sigma—1977 Special Recognition—Founders Day, Atlanta
Alumnae—1984 EDUCATION:
Florida State University, Georgia State University Honors: Sweetheart, 1st runner up, Delta Tau Delta, Georgia Tech; Yearbook Beauty, finalist, Georgia Tech
The Pat Hardy Company, Multi-faceted Meeting Management Firm, Owner and President—1984-Present

Alumnae Honored For Fraternity Service With Rose Awards
Rose Award winners. Back row from left: Deborah Harper Stillwell, Arlyne Filippi, Linda Collier. Front row from left: Marilyn Palmer, Carmel Kaiser, Gail Osborn, Marty Taylor, Mary Jane Sharp.
At the 1957 Convention a new award was given. This new award was called the Rose Award. For 30 years now, AOII has given this award to alumnae who serve our fraternity on the local level without thought of advancement or reward, but solely because of their devotion to AOII and to its members and ideals. Although excellence in the per- formance of an office is not a deterrant, the various facets of AOn activity are the criteria used in formulating the nomination. Collegiate Chapters, Alumnae Chapters, Regional Directors, and Regional Operations Committees are all eligible to nominate an alumna for a Rose Award.
The Rose Award is AOIl's way of saying "Thank Y ou" to loyal alumnae for their lifetime commitment of continuing interest, assistance and dedication to AOII. The first Rose Awards given in 1957 were a single rose presented as a token of esteem. In 1965 AOII began giving each recipient a gold charm shaped in the form of a sheaf of wheat with a rose superimposed upon it.
Since the beginning of this award, AOFI has presented 384 Rose Awards. The 1987 recipients were chosen from a group of 54 nominations.
Carmel Kaiser, Psi, Baltimore Alumnae Chapter, has been active in her chapter for over 22 years. She has served not only as their president, but also as the Panhellenic Delegate, Corresponding Secretary and Membership Chairman. Even while serving her region as a Regional Director and Regional Vice President, she found time to stay active in her alumnae chapter. She has helped with numerous colonizations.
Linda Collier, Chi Omicron, N . Virginia Alumnae Chapter, has been a member of her Alumnae Chapter for over 10 years. She seldom misses a meeting and has served as their Corres- ponding Secretary and President as well as a member of many, various commit- tees. She has been active in the local Panhellenic group. She served as local chairman for the 1985 Convention in Washington, D.C.
Gail Osborn, Sigma Omicron, Jonesboro Alumnae Chapter, has been active in her chapter for over 20 yerars. She has served in all the major offices and chaired numerous committees. She always volunteers to be on the telephone committee reminding members to attend meetings and
offering rides. Her positive attitude and willingness to laugh makes a meeting with her f u n and lively says her nominators. She serves as a Regional Director and has found time to be the president of the Mothers' Club while her AOII daughters are in school.
Marilyn Lyman Palmer, N u Lambda, Palo Alto Alumnae Chapter, has been active in her chapter for over 22 years. She has served them as their Treasurer, Panhellenic Delegate and President. She was instrumental in starting a major philanthropic Book Fair Project. She gave love and support to an older AOII sister who had no local family as the member became housebound and in ill health. She has supported several col- legiate chapters by helping with rush and supplying MIF's. Her nominators have said she always serves "beyond the call of duty."
Jean Holcombe Lundy, Epsilon Alpha, State College Alumnae Chapter, has been active in her chapter for over 20 years. She has served as their president on several occasions as well as serving on numerous committees. She is the Panhellenic Delegate to the local NPC group. She has volunteered her talents to the local collegiate chapter serving as
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their financial adviser and a member of the Corporation Board. Her nominators said she is truly a sister who works unselfishly for AOII and expects nothing in return.
Nancy Sutton Elson, Rho, Baltimore Alumnae Chapter. In addition to many and various chairmanships this alumna has served her Alumnae Chapter as Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary, Panhellenic Delegate, Vice-President and President. She opens her home often for meetings and calls upon new AOITs in the area offering her friendship and a ride to meetings. She serves Pi Delta as a Corporation Board member and Theta Beta as a financial adviser. She has worked actively on Leadership Conferences and the 1985 Convention.
Edith Beers, Kappa, Atlanta Alumnae Chapter, was a charter member of her alumnae chapter in 1933 and is currently serving as their president. During the times she has been active, she has held nearly every office. She has visited every AOII collegiate chapter in her state encouraging girls to become active alums. She has attempted to track down women in the area computer printout who are not active. She is organized, efficient and always in control says her nominators.
Jesse Marie Cramer, Phi, Greater Kansas City Alumnae Chapter, has been an AOII for over 60 years. She has been an active member of both the Cincinnati Alumnae Chapter and her present Alumnae Chapter. Her involve- ment has included many facets of alumnae activities. Her generosity and warm hospitality are known by both collegians and alumnae alike. In addition to her work at the local level she has served as our International Treasurer and International President.
Adele K.
Hinton Award
The Adele K. Hinton Award is just a little different in that it does not focus so much on offices held, or achievements earned. Rather, the Adele K. Hinton Award recognizes that person in our Fraternity who has been, and continues
Mary Jane Sharp, Omicron, Knoxville Alumnae Chapter, has been active in her chapter since 1950. She has served her chapter in numerous positions including Panhellenic Delegate. She has been actively involved with a collegiate chapter serving as scholarship adviser, chapter relations adviser and a member of the Corporation Board. She has three AOII daughters providing them and their chapters with support and encouragement whenever possible.
Deborah Harper Stillwell, Nu Omicron, Nashville Alumnae Chapter. This alumna's nominators call her a mover and shaker because of her vitality. She has been active in her chapter for over 10 years serving as president, membership chairman, com- munication chairman and philanthropic chairman. She has served as an adviser to the local collegiate chapter, Leader- ship Conference Chairman, and as a Regional Director. She is currently the editor of T o Dragma.
Marty Taylor, Tau, Northwest Arkansas Alumnae Chapter, has been active in three alumnae chapters over the last 28 years. While serving as president of her current chapter it grew and active participation improved. She has been active in the local Panhellenic as well as being a State Day Chairman. She has attended numerous conventions and Leadership Conferences and is always willing to help a collegiate chapter.
Jane Bernhardt, Chi Lambda, Evans- ville Tri-State Alumnae Chapter, has been a member of her alumnae chapter for 22 years. She has held nearly every office at one time or another. She has served as Corporation President of the local collegiate chapter for 10 years and as their treasurer for 6 years. She is active in the city Panhellenic. She has
to be, a personal example to those with whom she associates. Named after past International President and past Executive Director Adele Hinton, this award salutes that individual who, like Adele, inspires those around her to stay involved in the fraternity, tocaredeeply about it. This award salutes a sister who, in short, emulates the best of what we truly mean by the word, "fra ternity."
Carolyn Huey Harris, who has been an inspiration to many, was awarded the Adele K. Hinton Award.
also served as the local chairman of the Leadership Conference when it was in her city.
Arlyne Filippi, Rho, Chicago Beverly Hills Alumnae Chapter, has been active for 47 years and boasts of having met three of our founders. Her nominators say she is a walking historian, a founder of the Chicago Area Council and its first president. She has served her alumnae chapter in many capacities including four terms as president. She served as Local Chairman for the 1957 Interna- tional Convention. She has assisted many collegiate chapters—most re- cently as the Installation Tea Chairman of Phi Chi Chapter.
Pamela Davenport Howard, Upsilon, Seattle Alumnae Chapter, has been actively involved in heralumnae chapter for over 19 years. She has been heavily involved with the local collegiate chapter as well as serving as Treasurer of her alumnae chapter. She has been in- strumental in getting the Panhellenic to form a group of financial advisers in order to share information and ideas regarding costs in operating. She served her region for 6 years as Regional Finance Officer thereby assisting not just the local chapter, but the entire region. Her leadership is recognized by all who work with her.
Marty Sawyer Rust, Phi Omicron, Kentuckiana Alumnae Chapter, has been active in her chapter for over 19 years. During that time she has held all of the major offices including the Presidency for 4 years. She seldom misses an activity. She works diligently on the philanthropic and fundraising projects including the items for the Leadership Conference and Conven- tion boutiques. She has assisted twocol- legiate chapters serving on the Corporation Board and as a Chapter Adviser.
Carolyn Huey Harris
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Elaine Kennedy Honored With RD Award
Elaine Kennedy, Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U., has received the Regional Director award. This award recognizes the Regional Director who has served AOn, her region, and her chapters in an outstanding manner not only in dedi- cating her time and energies but in motivating her chapters to achieve excellence and high standards.
Elaine has performed her duties as an RD without fault. She has a great ability to communicate, guide, and live the principles of AOIT. She is always avail- able for assistance when needed and does not hesitate to address any problem no matter how small. She is very knowledgeable of A0I1 policies and
procedures and gives suggestions and recommendations that are in the best interests of both the Chapter and the Fraternity.
Elaine has been that friend to chapters "upon whom we have no fear to call." She has never denied any request asked of her and has willingly accepted all chal- lenges.
One of the chapter presidents that she worked with sums up Elaine's warmth in this way: "For me personally, Elaine has truly been a great inspiration. She reflects the Ritual in allshe does and is a wonderfulrole model for collegians. Whenever I think of A0I1 and what it stands for, I think of Elaine."
Denise Champagne, Pi Delta chapter.
Elaine Kennedy
Pi Delta Wins Philos Award
The Collegiate Philos Award is awarded biennially at International Convention to the collegiate chapter which best exemplifies the interaction of A O n within the Panhellenic groups on campus, emphasizing "cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities—the idea that shall guide our fraternity activities." The 1987 award went to Pi Delta, Universityof Maryland.An AOIT has held the office of president of Panhellenic as well as vice-president, philanthropic officer, public relations, and social chairman. In addition, Beth Brophy, an AOII, received the Distin- guished Service Award given by the Panhellenic.
Omicron Pi won the McCausland Cup for excellence in scholarship.
Nu Beta chapter honored for making the largest contribution of any other collegiate chapter to DJF.
Scholarship Cups were given to the following chapters: From left, Omicron Pi,Tau Delta, Nu Omicron, Omega Omicron, Theta and Iota.
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'Atlanta, GA •Baltimore, M D
Bloomington-Normal, IL *Bozeman, M T
Champaign-Urbana, II
'Chicago Northwest Suburban, IL 'Chicago West Suburban, IL 'Dallax, TX
'Dearborn, MI
Decatur Area, AL
'Detroit North Suburban, MI 'Diablo Valley, CA 'Evansville Tri-State, IN
Fort Lauderdale Area, FL 'Greater Harrisburg, PA 'Greater Kansas City, M O 'Greater Pineallas, FL 'Huntsville, AL 'Indianapolis, IN 'Jonesboro, AR
'Knoxville, T N 'Lexington, KY
'Long Beach, CA 'Macomb County, MI
Martin, T N
'Milwaukee, WI 'Monroe, LA
Montreal, Quebec
Muncie, IN
'Nashville, T N
'North Houston Suburban, TX 'Northern Orange County, CA 'Northern Virginia
Omaha, NE 'Palo Alto, CA 'Phoenix, AZ 'Pullman, W A *St. Louis, M O 'San Diego, CA 'San Jose, CA
Seattle, W A
Shreveport, LA
'Southern Orange County, CA 'State College, PA
'Syracuse, NY
'Toledo, Oh
Topeka, KS
'Ventura County, CA 'Virginia Tidewater Area
Alumnae Chapter
Alumnae DSA honors well-rounded alumnae chapters for excellence in service to their communities, collegiate chapters,
DistinguishedServiceAward philanthropic projects, City Panhellenic, and for outstanding programming designed to meet the needs of their membership and to promote and support the activities of the fraternity. The 1987 winning chapters and their representatives are: back row from left, Penne Ferrell, Southern Orange County, California; Nancy Zendt, State College, PA; Lisa Robinson, Long Beach,
'These chapters also received a certificate last year.
CA; Mary Michel, Phoenix; Trish Akin, Chicago West Suburban. Front row from left: Kathleen Campanella, Baltimore- Marge Von Hemert, San Diego; Janet Baize, Evansville Tri-State, IN; Renee Smith, Indianapolis; Ruth Sunker, North Houston Suburban.
San Diego Alumnae Chapter
Wins Alumnae Membership Award
The Alumnae Membership Award is given to an alumnae chapter that has shown that a strong membership recruitment and retention program is an integral part of being a successful chapter. The San Diego Alumnae Chapter increased their chapter roll by 40% this biennium. They maintain contact with their members on a regular basis using a variety of means. They have a workable procedure for contact- ing new members to the area and have activities to attract graduating seniors. They contact members who are no longer active and encourage them to attend meetings and make their meetings interesting and varied. They recognize achievements of their members by a variety of awards. This chapter holds a strong bond among themselves and with AOIX
Membership Education Program Awards
The education of our members should not stop when a member leaves the collegiate chapter. Membership Educa- tion should be planned for and become a part of each alumnae chapter meeting. Information received from Head- quarters as well as from regional and international officers are part of the education. Games are often a means of reinforcing and disbursing information. Well informed members are an impor- tant part of each chapter.
In recognition of their outstanding Membership Education Programs AOII would like to recognize four alumnae chapters. They are:
Indianapolis Evansville Tri-State Northern Orange County
Southern Orange County
Alumnae Chapter Certificates Of Achievement
The standard of excellence of chapter performance is rated on a numeric scale based on the Performance Standards of Alumnae Chapters. These chapters represent well- rounded, active and successful chapters of AOTL
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AWARDS Quota Honor Roll
These chapters have successfully pledged Panhellenic quota on their respective campuses during the main formal rush period or have pledged Panhellenic quota through formal rush and continuous open bidding during the school term in which formal rush is held.
Alpha Chi Wins Headquarters Cooperation Cup
The best way the Headquarters staff can work effectively—toget out chapter statistics to the Executive Board in a timely fashion, to prepare the myriad of reports needed for fraternity leaders, to insure that badges are there on initiation day—is for chapter representatives to supply H Q with the needed informa- tion. That's what the Headquarters Cooperation Cup is all about. It's for that chapter who has submitted its reports on time and completely. It's for that chapter who completed the infor- mation necessary for inclusion in the group tax return. It's for that chapter, when asked to help out with another chapter, or a colonization, did so will- ingly and dependably. It's for that chapter who submits pledge fees and cards immediately after pledging and who always has initiation records and fees in on time.
This biennium, one chapter truly stood out, Alpha Chi Chapter at Western Kentucky U. Of 101 collegiate chapters in the fraternity, Alpha Chi is the only one who sent every report in and sent it on time. They provided accurate and timely information for the tax return, and always had pledge cards and initiation records to us correctly and promptly. The Headquarters staff is pleased to present them the Head- quarters Cooperation Cup for 1985-87.
Thomas More College
Western Kentucky U.
University of Alabama
Washington State U.
Montana State U.
Indiana University
Boise State U.
University of Toronto
Syracuse University
University of Maryland
U. of Evansville
Auburn U.
Murray State U.
Central Missouri State U.
Duke U.
Pennsylvania State U.
U. of Maine-Orono
George Mason U.
U. of South Florida
St. Leo College
U. of Illinois
Indiana State U.
Ball State
U. of Kentucky
Ohio Northern U.
Southeastern Louisiana U.
U. of Georgia
Lehigh U.
Vanderbilt U.
Miami U.
Lambuth College
U. of Tennessee- Knoxville
U. of Michigan
U. of Kansas
East Stroudsburg U.
Kearney State College
Purdue U.
U. of Louisville
U. of Maryland
U. of California Berkeley
West Virginia U.
Hartwick College
SIGMA DELTA Huntingdon College
Arkansas State U.
Cal. State U. Northridge
U. of Minnesota
Birmingham Southern College
Shippensburg U.
U. of Tennessee- Martin
Towson U.
Northern Arizona U.
Wagner College
U. of Washington
U. of Texas- San Antonio
U. of Nebraska
Indiana U. of Pennsylvania
U. of South Alabama
U. of Florida
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Julie Ross, Alpha Chi chapter.

AWARDS Rush Excellence Awards
Several years ago the idea for a Rush Excellence Award was the creative idea of Marilyn Herman, former Executive Board member in charge of Collegiate Chapters. The Rush Excellence Award recognizes rush excellence in every area of rush.
In judging, chapters are divided into three categories by size: those below 45, those 46 to 75 and those 76 and above. No nominations were made in the below 45 category, therefore two Rush Excellence Awards were given in the 46 to 75 category since there was a definite tie between two chapters in this category.
Kappa Alpha, Indiana State U.
Rush Excellence Winner, Chapter Membership of 46-75
—Their MIFs were solicited by two rush secretaries. MIF forms were sent to alumnae members from Kappa Alpha chapter as well as A O n alumnae members all over the state. They had a very high return on MIFs. They used this information to get to know the rushees as best as possible before rush, and to assist t h e m i n c o n v e r s a t i o n s k i l l s a n d membership selection during rush.
—Campus involvement and sister- hood are two of the greatest assets of Kappa Alpha chapter. Because of their involvement with all campus activities and having leaders in most of these organizations, the chapter has outstanding respect among greeks, non-greeks, and the campus administration. This is such positive PR that everyone wants to be an A on!
—Plans submitted by this chapter are consistently well detailed and comprehensive. The members value early preparation and organization. Party plans reflect careful thinking about what is competitive on this campus.
—This past fall, they held a mock rush party with a fraternity which was very successful. They learned much about their rush skills from this experience!
—Kappa Alpha was the very first chapter to videotape their rush skits.
Omicron, U. of Tennessee Knoxville
Rush Excellence Winner, Chapter Membership 76 and Above
—Reports are always fresh and not just a recopy of other plans with a few notes added.
—The operation of their Membership Information Committee is almost beyond belief! They received over 200 MIFs last fall, more than any other chapter in AOn.
—Legacies are treated as top rushees with the chapter taking special con- sideration getting to know them very closely, and making them feel at home. This is one of AOITs oldest chapters and there are many legacies. This chapter views these legacies as assets, not burdens. Last fall they had 18 legacies going through rush, and they gave bids to 14 of them—that's 78%.
—Omicron holds rush workshops all year round. A general Rush work- shop is held for the pledges in the late fall to begin teaching the future members rushing skills. Right after initiation, in early winter, the chapter holds a mandatory week- end workshop where they evaluate the previous rush, and set goals for the next rush. A "new initiates only" workshop is held in early spring. A chapter retreat is held at the end of spring where major areas of rush are discussed and practiced. In addition to all this, a three day retreat is held before rush week.
—AOIT was the FIRST preference ofall 44 pledges in 1986!
—Omicron shared their rush expertise by volunteering to hold rush workshops this spring with a smaller chapter on the U.T. campus, who had requested help through the University Panhellenic Association.
—Their members belong to every campus organization, and they hold offices in most of them.
Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U.
Rush Excellence Winner, Chapter Membership of 46-75
—The chapter members are aware of all Legacies and special attention is given to each Legacy to be sure all chapter members meet the Legacy and rush her. Also, the collegiate members are encouraged to have their younger sisters visit the chapter during the school year in hopes of developing an interest in Aon.
—They hold rush workshops in both the fall and spring.
—Alpha Chi has a top image on campus. The chapter members are involved in all areas of campus organizations and activities.
—They have assisted by sending rush teams during several colonizations. It is impressive to see the chapter's ease in going from campus to campus and to witness their thrill in helping other AOFIs. This is a very giving chapter.
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Rush Excellence winners from left, Katie Hemmeter, Omicron; Julie Ross, Alpha Chi; Stephanie Gentry, Kappa Alpha.

First Outstanding Alumnae Advisory Award Given
Jo Ann Gibbons, Chapter Adviser, Kappa Alpha.
The Executive Board has created this International Award to be given for the first time, to acknowledge the Alumnae Advisory Committee which best exemplifies the team approach to advising concept adopted by the Frater- nity. The award for 1987went to Kappa Alpha AAC,Indiana State U.
The criteria included a summary of the composition and internal operations of the committee; the committee's performance in relation to advising the collegiate chapter, knowledge of A0I1 policies, achievem ent of goals and reporting procedures. The committee's relationship with the chapter, the corporation board, chapter employees, campus administrationand Panhellenic, and local alumnae is considered. And finally, demonstration of their effectiveness.
The Kappa Alpha A A C does almost everything exactly right. Made up of thirteen members, because so many want to serve, they provide enthusiasm, love and guidance to their chapter. The committee makeup is varied, some have served for many years, others are new-
comers. They rotate periodically to provide a fresh approach. The monthly AAC meeting is larger than some alumnae chapters!
The entire A A C attends goal setting and since they rotate meeting attendance they are also aware of the chapter's progress toward achievement. They set their own goals based on the chapter's and assign specific adviser objectives to aid the chapter in achieve- ment.
The A A C is active and influential on campus and serve as very positive PR for the chapter. They not only look out for A0I1, they look out for the university.
Decisions are always the chapter's. The A A C truly advises with love, understanding and circumspection. They are always there for Kappa Alpha.
The members of the committee are: Jo Ann Gibbons, Chapter Adviser; Susan Kotter, CR; Myrna McKenzie, FA; Patrice Liebler, ME,Ritual and Reports; Kathleen Maxwell, Panhellenic; Jeanine McGuire, Jacquie Mack, and Rhonda Anderson, Pledge; Valerie Walker, Philan.; Leah Shimer, Scholarship; Jane Kohr, Social; Rita Parker, Rush; Carol Modesitt, MIFs and Special Projects.
A plaque with their names inscribed went to the chapter and individual mementos to each member of the AAC.
Honors well-rounded, oustanding chapters for their activities; scholarship; service to campus, college and community; internal quality; relations with headquarters; financial responsi- bility; and training programs for a two- year period.
-ALPHA CHI, Western Kentucky U. -DELTA OMEGA, Murray State U. -EPSILON ALPHA, The Pennsylvania
State University
-GAMMA DELTA, University of
South Alabama
-OMICRON, University of Tennessee-
-PHI SIGMA, Kearney State College -PI DELTA, University of Maryland -SIGMA OMICRON, Arkansas State U. -TAU OMICRON, University of
-ZETA, University of Nebraska-
Initiation Honor Roll
These chapters have either (Category I) initiated 100% of their major pledge class for the academic year; or (Category II) initiated at least 95% of their major pledge class for the academic year.
Category I: CHI BETA
U. of Virginia
Duke U .
The Pennsylvania State U.
U. of Maine
U. of Western Ontario
U. of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Hartwick College
Shippensburg U.
Morningside College
U. of Washington
Category II: BETA PHI
Indiana U .
U. of Evansville
Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo
Indiana State U.
U. of California-San Diego
Vanderbilt U.
Miami U.,
U. of Kansas
Birmingham Southern College
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Collegiate Chapter Certificate
of Achievement
The standard of excellence of chapter performance is rated on a numeric scale based on the Performance Standards for Collegiate Chapters. These chapters represent well-rounded, active and successful chapters of AOI1.
ALPHA BETA TAU,Thomas More College
ALPHA CHI,Western Kentucky U. ALPHA DELTA, U of Alabama ALPHA GAMMA, Washington State U. ALPHA PHI, Montana State U. BETATAU,U.ofToronto
CHI LAMBDA, U. of Evansville DELTA OMEGA, Murray State U. DELTA THETA, Texas Woman's
EPSILON ALPHA, Pennsylvania State U. GAMMA BETA, Indiana U. of
GAMMA DELTA,U.of South Alabama GAMMA OMICRON, U. of Florida GAMMA SIGMA, Georgia State U. GAMMA THETA, U. of South Florida IOTA, U. of Illinois
IOTA CHI,U. of Western Ontario IOTA SIGMA, Iowa State U.
KAPPA GAMMA, Florida Southern
KAPPA KAPPA, Ball State U. KAPPA OMEGA, U. of Kentucky KAPPA OMICRON, Rhodes College KAPPA PI, Ohio Northern U. KAPPA TAU, Southeastern
Louisiana U.
LAMBDA CHI,LaGrange College LAMBDA IOTA, U. of California-
San Diego
LAMBDA SIGMA, U. of Georgia LAMBDA TAU, Northeast Louisiana U. LAMBDA UPSILON, Lehigh U.
NU OMICRON, Vanderbilt U. OMEGA, Miami U.
OMEGA OMICRON, Lambuth College OMICRON, U.of Tennessee-Knoxville PHI,U.ofKansas
PHI BETA, East Stroudsburg U.
PHI SIGMA, Kearney State College
PI DELTA, U. of Maryland
SIGMA ALPHA, West Virginia U. SIGMA CHI,Hartwick College SIGMA OMICRON, Arkansas State U. SIGMA PHI,California State-
TAU DELTA, Birmingham Southern
TAU LAMBDA, Shippensburg U. TAU OMEGA, Transylvania U.
TAU OMICRON, U. of Tennessee-
THETA, DePauw U.
THETA BETA, Towson State U. ZETA, U. of Nebraska
Karen Towell Wins The Muriel
T. McKinney—Chapter Adviser Award
The Muriel T. McKinneyaward to the outstanding Chapter Adviser for the biennium was first presented in 1975. The award, which is Muriel's badge mounted on a charm, travels to each succeeding winner, carrying reminders of the years of tireless devotion to collegiate chapters from alumnae who strive to build excellence within the chapters, encompassing loyalty, personal growth, lifelong friendships, honor and pride.
Karen Towell, as chapter adviser for Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U., possesses all these characteristics and achievements and serves as a role model, an elder sister, a devoted friend to each generation of collegians.
She has been an adviser for almost twenty years. She has been chosen for her dedicated and outstanding perfor- mance. Her reports are comprehensive and always contain extra pages of description of the chapter she has so much pride in. She participates in chapter activities, attends all Leaders' Council and Chapter meetings, all local AOII events and all regional meetings and International Conventions.
Karen has a special affection for Ritual and encourages the collegiate membership to attain greater under- standing and participation in flawless performance. Each member of the chapter knows all aspects and the presidents are pleased to memorize their parts.
MrV Karen Towell, McKinneyAward winner.
Karen is highly respected by her chapter, always sought out for sugges- tions and opinions, and has an excellent working relationship with her large AAC, adhering to the team approach concept of advising. She was instrumental in formulating with the corporation board, a smooth transition for the chapter when moving into their first chapter house. She always attends the alum chapter meetings and is very active with the university administra- tion and Panhellenic.
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Chapter representatives of the Certificate of Achievement winners.

Alpha OmScron Pi Directory Alpha Omicron P i Fraternity founded at Barnard College January 2, 1897
Keep This Directory. The Directory is printed only once a year.
Jessie Wallace Hughan
Helen St. Clair Mullan (Mrs. George V .} Stella George Stern Perry {Mrs. George H .) Elizabeth Heywood Wyman
'The Founders were members of Alpha Chapter at Barnard College of Columbia University andallare deceased.
Edith Huntington Anderson (B<1>) 1933-1037 Dorothy Bruniga De,in (I') 1043-1946
M.iry Louise Filer Roller (AID 1955-1957 Nancy Moyer McC.iin (P) 1957-1959
Wilm.i Smith Leland (T) I059-100 l
(essie Marie Senor Cramer (<I>) 1061-1063 Ruth Lee Leichtamer (H>f) 19o3-1965
lessie McAdam Larned (T) 1965-1967 Carolyn Huey Harris (AS) 1967-1969 Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy (LV) 1971-1973 Janirae Linebaugh Callaway (()) 1975-197o Norma Marshall Ackel (KH) 197e-1979
Joan Deathe MacCallum (K*) 1979-1981 Ginger Banks (UK) 1081-1985
Alpha Omicron Pi
3821 Cleghorn Avenue Nashville, T N 37215 615/383-1174
1987-1989 DUTIES
Peg Crawford (Richard C .)I
0113 S. Massasoit Avenue
Oak Lawn, IL 60453 312/422-5244
Vice President/Operations
Barb Hunt (Cecil) <\'A O30-17th Avenue Grafton, WI 53024 4 14/377-7766
Vice President/Development Anne Allison (Robert) O 1501 Northwind Road
Louisville, KY 40207
Vice President/Finance Robin Beltramini (Richard) I
5024 S . Stanley Place
Tempe, A Z 85283
Liz Coffey (William)XA
7754 N . Whittier Place
Indianapolis, I N 46250 317/840-3030
Nancy Bowers (Robert) N O 728 Summerly Drive Nashville, T N 37209 elS/352-8174
Pat Hardy (James) FS
176 Mountain Brook Court
Marietta, GA 30064 404/428-2511
Mary Williams (Robert)<t> 44 Sunset Road Bloomington, IL61701
Regional Operations
Regional Personnel Training
Mid-Year Meetings
RD Rally
NPC 1st Alternte Delegate
Liaison with: Interntional Leadership Conferences
Chairmen and L.C. Seminars Member of Budget Committee
Regional Extension Officers and Extension Team Associate Recruitment
Liaison with: International Public Relations Chairman
Loan Committee Chairman
Budget Committee Chairman
Philanthropic Foundation Director
Regional Finance Officers
Liaison with: Intl. Corporations Supervisor
Management Account Headquarters Fund
DIRECTOR: Liz Coffey
Alumnae Department
Foundation Member
Liaison with: Alumnae Membership Chairman
Alumnae Programming Chairman Collegiate Programming Chairman Membership Education Committee International Scholarship Chairman Diamond Jubilee Foundation
DIRECTOR: Nancy Bowers
STAFF 300/820-3656 Colonies
Executive Director: Sue Lewis, CAE, T.\ Controller: A n n Reynolds, N O
Office Manager: Sandra Click, N O
Chapter Services Coordinator: Becky Pena, Kll Public Relations Coordinator: Melanie Doyle, A i Bookkeeper: Jackie Lynch
Membership/Alumnae Coordinator: Mary A n n Caldwell, l U
Receptionist/Secretary: Diana Lamb Data Processing: Linda lohnson, N O Printing/Shipping: Frank Yancey Endowment Fund: Linda Fuson, ()
Chapter Consultants: Melissa Brandon, O Beth Brophy, H A Laura Buchtel, 'A
Shannon Collins, <I>1 Julie Derby, A<l>
Sharron Henriques, A<r- Ginger Mylander, <->B Laura Watson, Z<l>
Philanthropic Foundation Director NPC Alternate Delegate
Liaison with: NCP Delegates
Constitution Interpretation a n d
Revision Committee
Rituals, Traditions and Jewelry
Fraternity Development Committee Nominations Committee
Collegiate Department, (new chapters) installed after 7/1/84
Loan Committee Member
International Convention
Special Projects
Liaison with: Internationa! Convention Chairman
International Historian
Heritage Society
Centennial Celebration Committee
DIRECTOR: Mary Williams
Collegiate Department, (established chapters) installed prior to 7/1/84
Chapter Consultant Program Collegiate Chapter Operations Manual Member of the Loan Committee
Liaison with: Perry Award Committee International Rush Chairman
Fall 1987

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Membership: Julie Robbins Burns (Bruce), K K
3075 N. Woods Street Orange, CA 92665 714/637-7075
Programming: Judy Hornik Bourassa (Clifford), HI]
5938 E. Aster Drive
Scottsdale, A Z 85254 602/948-686"
Chairman: Linda Martin McLaughlin (George), AH
6403 113th Avenue Temple Terrace, FL 33617 813/985-9845
Chairman: Susan D. Eider, HT
6065 Carriage Hill Drive
East Lansing, MI 48823 517/351-5270 (H) 373-1254 (O)
Mary Jane Ogle (Lynn Edward) All
7309 N. Euclid Gladstone, M O 64118 816/436-0O43
CORPORATIONS SUPERVISOR Nancy Schlosser Dunn (Charles) AX
11 Raymond Ct.
San Carlos, C A 94070 415/368-2418
FRATERNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Chariman: Jo Beth Walling Heflin (Hugh), UK
11200 Pinehurst Drive Austin, TX 78747 512/282-2655
HISTORIAN/HERITAGE SOCIETY Edith Huntingdon Anderson, B<!»
1400 Willow Ave., Apt. 1707 Louisville, KY 40204 502/458-6776
INTERNATIONAL RUSH CHAIRMAN Chariene Hametz Meyer (Lloyd), Z
3453 Nantucket Drive Marietta, GA 30068 404/977-8495
LEADERSHIP CONFERENCES Sandra Glooshenko Jaeger, 1
1817 Capistrano Avenue Berkeley, C A 94707 415/526-6667
MEMBERSHIP EDUCATION COMMITTEE Chairman: Anne Buechlein Wilmes (Art) XA
4404 Caledonia Way Indianapolis, IN 64254 317/291-7255
Chairman: Fadwa (Fudge) Haney Skaff, HV
2674 Drummond Road Toledo, O H 43606 419/535-7092
Christine Zavodny Cameron (Mack), Mil
138 Westlake Dr., Mill Creek Place Brandon, MS 39042
Chairman: Phyllis Arner Westerman (William), I'
Lawrence Pointe
97 Sunset Drive, No. 301 Sarasota, FL 33577 813/955-3263
As of 1/1/88: Joan Deathe MacCallum (John) K<I> 150 Cloverdale Ave., No. 206
Dorval, Quebec, Canada H9S 3H9 514/631-4092
Ellen Hoffman Buckley, XI
1203-B N. 6th Street Terrace Blue Springs, M O 64015 816/228-1805 (H) 221-4000 (O)
NATIONAL PANHELLENIC CONFERENCE (Collegiate correspondence should be directed to the Delegate)
Delegate: Ginger Banks, IIK
3108 West Terrace Drive Austin, T X 78731 512/454-8572
1st Alternate: Barb Hunt
(see Executive Board listing)
2nd Alternate: June Bogle (Boyd, III), NO 6037 Sherwood Drive
Nashville, TN 37215
3rd Alternate: Peg Crawford (see Executive Board listing)
Deborah Harper Stillwell (Thomas) NO
3821 Cleghorn Avenue
Nashville, T N 37215
615/794-0655 (H) 615/292-0461 (O)
29 Parker Road
Framingham, ol 7/879-7094
President: Kay Hansen Sutherlin (Stephen) H
2239 Rome Drive Indianapolis, IN 46208 317/293-0894
Ingrid Latimer Schulz (Carl, Jr.) BA
1700 Lake Avenue Wilmette, IL 60091 312/256-0472
President: Helene (Lynne) Irish Johnston (Carl) K
1600 Royal Boulevard Glendale, C A 91207 818/242-2662
Scholarship Chairman: Rosalie Gorham Barber (Michie) SO
1713 MacArthur Park
Jonesboro, AR 72401

Regional Vice President: Sandra Keymer Amos, K<l>, 46 Chartres, Dollard Des Ormeaux, Quebec, Canada H9A 1J5, 514/683-4993 (H), 937-4219 or 935-2644 (O) Public Relations Officer: Kirsten Eastwood, BT, 1530 Dr. Penfield, No. 1011, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3G 1C1, 514/989-1975 (H) 933-1710 (O)
Finance Officer: Nancy Cochrane, en, 327 Maitland Ave., Teaneck, NJ 07666, 201/837-6519 (H) 212/698-7303 (O)
Regional Rush Officer: Joan Drake, [', No. 14 Prescott, Arlington, MA 02174, 617/646-6135 (H) 434-7280 (O)
Collegiate Chapter
Beta Tau
University of Toronto
Syracuse University
Tufts University
Chapter President
Irene Efston, 25 Madison Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5R 2Sl, 416/922-3646
Cynthia Ashurst, 210 Walnut Place, Syra- cuse, NY 13210, 315/478-4355
Liz Stewart, 49 Sunset Rd.,Somerville, M A
02144, 617/776-2430
Lisa Fox, Univ. of Maine-Orono, AOII
Penobscot Hall, Orono, ME 04469, 207/
Chapter Adviser
Regional Director
University of
Maine-Orono 581-4518
Harriet O'Leary, (-111, 309 Waring Rd., Syracuse, NY 13224, 315/416-5648
Debra Verrill, I', 81 Forest St., Medford, MA 02155, 617/396-3392
Madeline Rexer Schroder (John), <->II, 9 Heather Rd.,Bangor, ME 04401,207/947- 4384
Ruth Abrahamson McVey (Edward), K<1>, 209-1201 Richmond St., N., London, Ontario, Canada N6A3L6, 519/672-1720
Gretchen Beling Zollendeck (Theodore), 4>X 3648 Eckhardt Rd., Hamburg, N Y 14075, 716/648-6056
Eleanor Brown Hickein (Fred), il\,82 Elm
St., Oneonta, NY 13820, 607/432-6596
Rita Hurtt (Barry), K.\,477 Kinderkamack, Westwood, NJ 07675, 201/664-9119
Becky Woods, [\ P.O. Box 6482, FSC, Fitch- burg State College, Fitchburg, MA 01420 617/345-6533
Rita Hurtt
Judy McOstrich
Lenna Mallin, f|>, 150 Primrose No. 3, Mt. Vernon, NY 10550 914/068-9336
Becky Woods
Judy McOstrich Lenna Mallin
lota Chi University of Western Ontario
Kappa Phi Colony McGill College
Nu Delta Canisius College
Sigma Chi Hartwick College
Theta Pi
Wagner College
Linda Dvali, 871 Waterloo St., London, Ontario, Canada, N6A 3W7, 519/439-7714
Andrea Sweda, Canisius College, Student Activities Bldg, 2001 Main St., Buffalo, N Y 14208-1098, 716/883-7000 Ext. 898
Nanette Klein, 17 Maple St.,Oneonta, NY, 13820, 607/432-4271
Fall 1987
Elizabeth Malloy, Wagner College, Harbor-
view Hall No. 803, Staten Island, N Y 10301,
718/390-3472 718/979-6789
Alumnae Chapter
Greater Portland Long Island
New Jersey
New York/New Jersey Metro Area
South Jersey
Southern Connecticut Syracuse
Patricia Eggers Gerty (John), K B , 211 Deacon Haynes Rd., Concord, MA 01742, 617/369-6014
Terri Althoff Pease (Martin), P, 2 Bobby Ave., Saco, ME 04072, 207/283-9177
Singhild Alice Larson (Gerald), WJI, One Blossom Way, Valley Stream, Long Island, N Y 11580, 516/ 872-9501
Sheila Sheldon Collyer (Peter), K*, 505 Roslyn Ave., Westmount, Quebec, Canada H3Y 2T6, 514/ 931-4230
Diane Hunter de Hosson (Bernard), 0, 7 Oak Hill Rd., Chatham Township, NJ 07928, 201/377-2488
Kay Kettering Welch (Thomas), HII, 24 E.Franklin Lane, Staten Island, NY 10306, 718/979-6789
Mary Jane Refausse Jacobsen (Al), BT, 27 Burndale Rd., Gloucester, Ontario, Canada KlB 3Y4, 613/ 837-3361
Denise Papon Anthony (Harold), AB, 10 Little Briggins Cr., Fairport, NY 14450, 716/425-4515
Carol Braun McLaughlin (John), KA, 705 Pomona Avenue, Haddonfield, NJ 08033, 609/547-5030
Nancy Small Moran (William), A, 3 Watch Tower Lane, Old Greenwich, C T 06870, 203/637-5144
Marcia Bond Evans (Ellis), X, 186 Brampton Rd., Syracuse, NY 13205, 315/492-9358
Donna McMaster Stewart (Glen), BT,617-15 Mis- sissauga Valley Blvd., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5A 3S2, 416/896-0978
I-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters
Joanne Onodera, BT, 52 Nymark Ave.,
Willowdale, Ontario, Canada M2J 2C9,
416/493-2768 416/493-3851
Kay Kettering Welch (Thomas), H1I, 24-E Franklin Lane, Staten Island, N Y 10306,
Rita Conway Hurtt (Barry)—Greater Portland, New Jersey, South Jersey, Syracuse Judy McOstrich—Toronto, Ottawa
Lenna Mallin—Long Island, Montreal, New York/New Jersey
Becky Woods—Boston, Rochester, Southern Connecticut
Judy McOstrich, BT, 16 Lesgay Crescent, Willowdale, Ontario, Canada M2J 2H8,

Vice President: Mary Jean Walnock Polaski (Frederick), A X ,32 Georgian Circle, Newark, D E 19711, 302/368-8235
Public Relations Officer: Nancy Baier Gilbert (James), KA, R D. No. 2, Box 689,Jersey Shore, PA 17740, 717/745-7505 FinanceOfficer:LisaStultz,KA,19OaklandAvenue, Broomall,PA19008,215/356-7687(H),446-5055(O)
Rush Officer: Marsha Guenzler, BA,9348 Cherry Hill Road, No. 713,College Park, M D 20740, 301/474-9215 (H),454-5605 (O)
Collegiate Chapter
Beta Delta
Villanova University
Delta C h i
University of Delaware
Epsilon Alpha Pennsylvania State University
Gamma Beta
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Lambda Upsilon Lehigh University
Phi Beta
East Stroudsburg State University
Phi Delta University of Maryland
Slippery Rock University
SigmaTau Washington College
Tau Lambda Shippensburg University
Chapter President
Elke Jones, Villanova University, 216 Dougherty Hall, Villanova, P A 19085, 215/ 642-9275
Kirstin Sosnowsky, 155 S. Chapel Street, Newark, D E 19711, 302/737-2989
Susan Kauffman, Epsilon Alpha Chapter of AOII, 401 Hiester Hall, University Park, PA 16802, 814/862-8082
Beverly Round, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. P.O. Box 1749,Indiana,P A 15705, 412/357-8442
Sheila Dwyer, Box F-41, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, P A 18015, 215/758-4340
Sharon Guerra, East Stroudsburg State University, AOII, Phi Beta, Box 882, East Stroudsburg, P A 18301, 215/252-2869
Denise Champagne, 4517 College A ve., College Park, M D 20740, 301/927-8971
JanetPander,99Kiester,CollegeGarden Apts., Slippery Rock, P A 16057, 412/794- 4576
Kristen Kosak, Washington College, Chestertown, M D 21620, 301/778-6130
Karen Beardslee, Shippensburg Univer- sity, Alpha Omicron Pi,Cumberland Union Building, Shippensburg, P A 17257, 717/ 532-5211
Chapter Adviser
Sara Gohn, XT, 522 C 2 Regis Court, Andalusia, P A 19020, 215/245-5281
Patricia Rine Antolosky (Paul), KA, 1260 Fairview D r .,Bellefonte, P A 16823, 814/ 355-2770
Sally Menke Snyder (Lee), KA,2651 Main Street, Bethlehem, P A 18017, 215/8O7-6049
Peg Wells Zywicki (Joseph), <l>li, 1224 Saddle Drive, Nazareth, P A 18064,215/746- 0122 (H)8e8-o570 (O)
Cheryl Matthews Perry (Mark), IIA, 14338 Beaker Ct., Burtonsville, M D 20866, 301/ 890-2576 (H)982-6576 (O)
CarolLepore,AT,318HighlandAve.,No.5, New Castle,PA16101,412/658-1254(H) 652-5556 (O)
Regional Director
Catherine Connelly Wieand (Jeff), I'B, 449 Summitt House, West Chester, P A 19382, 215-436-9738
Sandy Reeder, X T ,708 Camberley Circle, Apt. B-3, Baltimore, M D 21204, 301/ 296-7713
Susan Bailey Adair (James), TO,201 Morning- side Cr.,State College, P A 16803, 814/234- 0951
Susan Adair
Karen Weigel, I'B, 131 Huntley Drive, Harris- burg, PA 17112, 717/657-9809 (H) 737- 4810(O)
Karen Weigel
Michelle Little, TA, 10 Fulton Street, Hanover, PA 17331, 717/637-0715 (H)706-8521 (O)
Jodi Barton, Towson State University,
Robin MillerBauer,XT,P.O.Box36,Rock Sandy Reeder Hall, M D 21661, 301/639-7482
Margaret Halstead Coffman (Richard),X , Susan Adair 9765 Possum Hollow Rd., Shippensburg,
PA 17257, 717/532-4237
Melis Roche Erlbeck, IIA, 206 E. Northern Michelle Little
Kathleen Baumgardner Campanella (Vincent),A A , 614 Trixsam Road, Sykesville, M D 21784, 301/795- 6287
Peggy Wells Zywicki (Joseph), <I»B, 1224 Saddle Drive, Nazareth, P A 18064, 215/746-0122
Georgia Moder Martin (Brian), PB, 7 Nottingham Rd., Camp Hill, P A 17011, 717/737-8745
Kimberly Carson McGowan (Dean), <1>B, 1659 Hemlock Circle, Downingtown, P A 19335,215/873- 7325 (H)688-1800 Ext. 277(O)
Connie L. Anderson, I'B,622 S. Lang Avenue, Pittsburgh, P A 15208, 412/243-1842
Nancy Mellinger Zendt (Charles), KA, R.D. 1, Box 491, Fort Matilda, P A 16870, 814/692-8346
Linnette McClure Garber, All, 4600 W . Virginia Avenue, Bethesda, M D 20814, 301/986-9338
Ann Marie Witkowski, AX,409 Champlain Avenue, Wilmington, D E 19804, 302/994-1745
Theta Beta
Towson State
University 301/848-4615 0142
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Alumnae Chapter Baltimore
Greater Allentown/ Bethlehem
Greater Harrisburg Philadelphia
State College Washington, D.C. Wilmington
ll-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters Susan Bailey Adair—State College
Michelle Little — Baltimore, Harrisburg
Sandy Reeder—Washington, D . C , Wilmington Catherine Connelly Wieand—Philadelphia
Karen Weigel—Allentown/Bethlehem, Pittsburgh

Vice President: Linda Peters Collier (Charles). XO, 7840 Attleboro Drive, Springfield. VA 22153, 703/455-9743, 684-1111 Public Relations Officer: Dorothy Waters Williams (Ronald), A2, 6521 Rivoli Drive, Macon, GA 31210, 912/477-1742 Finance Officer: Joanne Williamson Earls (Gary), ZV, Route 1, Box 80, Catlett, V A 22019, 703/788-9051
Rush Officer: Juli Ann Lindquist Pope (Philip), <I>T, 1700-K Back Bay Court, Charlotte, NC 28212, 704/536-8269
Fall 1987
Chapter President
Jennifer Hood, 518 17th Street, NW, Char- lottesville, VA 22903, 804/979-3594
Alison Wiedner, Duke University, Box 5225 Duke Station (UPS-House C , Room 209), Durham, NC 27706, 919/684-7538
Lori Ann Deese, Campus Box 3015, Elon College, NC 27244, 703/632-1139
Jane Fisher, George Mason University, Student Government, 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, V A 22030, 703/378-5072
Grace Avant, Georgia State University, University Plaza, Box 540, Atlanta, GA 30303, 404/659-1743
Jennifer Twiggs, LaGrange College, 601 Broad St., Campus Box 885, LaGrange,GA 30240, 404/883-1491
Tracy Houchins, 1190 S. Milledge Avenue, Athens, G A 30609, 404/548-3366
Jennifer Arthur, Virginia Commonwealth University, Johnson Hall, Room 817, P.O. Box 4461, Richmond, VA 23220 804/353-1073
Beth McCloy, 299 Prospect St., Morgan- town, WV 26506, 304/296-9389
Christy Dobbin Chambers (Jon), II, 185 Spalding Cr., Athens, G A 30605, 404/546-8207
Edith Walthall Beers (H.W.), K, 73 28th St., NW , Atlanta, G A 30309, 404/351-4273
Sue Tetanick, 18 Bayshore Blvd., Goose Creek, SC 29445, 803/553-1851
Jan Roettinger Okamoto, KK, 173 Greenridge Rd., Lake Wylie, S C 29710, 803/831-2375
Jamie Stettler Dubbs (William), <1>H,2609 Kimbrough Cr., Charlottesville, V A 22901, 804/295-7080
Frances Crayden Michell (Alvin), A X , 103 Crestwood Dr., LaGrange, C A 30240, 404/884-0165
Natalie Thomas, KK, 2146 WhisperwoodGlen Lane, Reston, V A 22091, 703/860-9554
Debora Dellinger Harllee (Victor), Z*, 2133 Bethabara Rd., Winston-Salem, N C 27106, 919/924-5621
Ellen McHaney Robins (Randy), TO, 3608 Stoney Ridge Rd., Midlothian, V A 23113, 804/744-2651
Karen Semper, AT,1315 MorreeneRd.,Apt.22-H, Durham, N C 27705, 919/549-8641
Kathryn Hume Arn, Mil, 936 Stockbridge, Virginia Beach, V A 23464, 804/495-0096
Collegiate Chapter
Chi Beta
University of Virginia
Delta Upsilon Duke University
Epsilon Chi Elon College
Gamma Alpha George Mason University
Gamma Sigma Georgia State University
Lambda Chi LaGrange College
Lambda Sigma University of Georgia
Rho Beta
Virginia Commonwealth University
Sigma Alpha
W. Virginia University
Zeta Psi
East Carolina
University 919/940-7532
Pamela Meg Pugh, 805 Johnston Street,
Patricia Briley Barnes (Glenn), "/.V, 403
Greenville, NC 27858, 919/757-0769
Williamsburg Rd., Washington, NC 27889,
Alumnae Chapter Athens
Charleston Colony
Charlotte, N C
Charlottesville Area Colony
LaGrange Area Colony Northern Virginia Piedmont, NC
Virginia Tidewater Area
Ill-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters:
Chapter Adviser
Jane Lee Wehland, XH, 138 Ivy Dr., No. 15, Charlottesville, VA 22901, 804/971-0390
Sue Reid Mattern (William), XA, 2429 Rosewood Ct., Chapel Hill, N C 27514, 919/942-4308
Jane Pate Vondy (Jeffrey), AA, 2846 Forest- dale Dr., Burlington, NC 27215, 919/584- 3074 (H) 228-9679 (O)
Patricia Humphrey Milner, LA, 9922 Fair- fax Sq. No. 94, Fairfax, V A 22031, 703/273- 7647
Malinda S. §harp, 0, 3007 Tree Mountain Pkwy., Atlanta, GA 30083,404/469-0091 (H) 237-2111 (O)
Denise Roberts Wilson (Mike), AX, 949 Malibu Drive, LaGrange, G A 30240, 404/
Pamela Mathis Hoveland (Carl), All, 205 Idylwood Dr., Athens, G A 30605, 404/ 543-1223
Ruth Whitehead Shorter (Charles), !!(), 10908 Savoy Rd., Richmond, V A 23235, 8 0 4 / 2 7 2 - 5 2 1 3
Lisa Dandy Bragg (John), <I>K. 1209 Macomb St., Morgantown, WV 26505, 304/296- 0700 (H) 291-9306 (O)
Regional Director
Alice Martin Virga (Michael), ZV, 1268 Treefern Dr., Virginia Beach, VA 23451, 804/491-8962 (H) 804/440-3095 (O)
Dawne Bennett, I'A, 5896 Bridgetown Ct., Burke, VA 22015, 703/250-0340
Jan Johnson Slagowski (Eugene), KK, 4 7 1 3 Berrywood Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23464, 804/474-2575
Dawne Bennett
Mary Ann Vaughan Stark (Norman), AA, 1505 Northcliff Trace, Roswell, GA 3007o, 404/998-6659
Mary Ann Stark
Mary Ann Stark
Alice Virga
Jan Slagowski
Jan Slagowski
Dawne Bennett—Northern Virginia, Triangle, Charlotte, NC
Jan Johnson Slagowski (Eugene)—Piedmont Area, Charleston
Mary Ann Vaughan Stark (Norman)—Atlanta, LaGrange Area Colony, Athens
Alice Martin Virga (Michael)—Richmond, Virginia Tidewater, Charlottesville Area Colony

Vice President: Ann McClanahan Gilchrist (Keith), H, 5ol3 Skyridge Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46250, 317(849-0142 (H) 924-42o5 (O) Public Relations Officer: Joanne Nelson Nowak (Edmund), BT, 17288 Tremlett, Fraser, MI 4802b, 313/791-3914
Finance Officer: Barbara Dunn Zipperian (Ken), KK, 8802 Skippers Way, Indianpolis, IN 46256, 317/842-9045 (H) 266-6791 (O) Rush Officer: Heather Mong Boggs (Ted), 11, 724 Ridge Avenue, Troy, O H 45373, 513/335-3116
Kappa Rho Western Michigan University
Miami University of Ohio
Omicron Pi
University of Michigan
Phi Upsilon Purdue University
DePauw University
Catherine Boyington, 958 Grant Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49008, 616/388-9546
Lisa D. Vance, Miami University, Richard Hall,Box180-C,Oxford,OH45056,513/ 529-7389
Rita Bisaro, 800 Oxford, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, 313/9P4-5572
Melinda Cameron, 1001 David Ross Road, West Lafayette, IN 47906, 317/463-9566
Jennifer Fosnough, 225 S. Bloomington St., Greencastle, IN 46135, 317/653-2711
Gina Bucci, 1145 S. Byrne No. 32, Toledo, OH 43614, 419/389-0437 (CP) 531-7821 (Chapter)
Marilyn Gruhl Brownell (Peter), KP, 10173 Woodlawn, Kalamazoo, MI 49002, 616/ 327-2061 (H) 388-2037 (O)
Charleen Donohoe Rohr (James), U, 6500 Fairfield Rd.,Oxford, O H 45056,513/523- 1942 (H) 317/962-8559 (O)
Chapter President
Tara Brand,901 E.10thStreet, Blooming- ton, IN 47401, 812/332-7296
Elizabeth Thomas, P.O. Box 2684, Station D, Evansville, IN 47714, 812/477-6838
Stephanie Gentry, Indiana State University, Lincoln Quad, Box 127, Terre Haute, IN 47809, 812/232-1051 Ext. 122
Melissa Hensley, Ball State University, P.O. Box 219,Student Center, Muncie, IN 47306, 317/285-7953
Collegiate Chapter
Beta Phi
Indiana University
Chi Lambda University of Evansville
Kappa Alpha
Indiana State University
Kappa Kappa
Ball State University
Kappa Pi
Ohio Northern
University 2055(O)
Julie Helwick, l i e W. Highland, Ada, O H
Elizabeth Roberts, KM, 815 S. Johnson,
45810-1385, 419/772-1132
Ada, OH 45810, 419/634-6910 (H), 772-
Theta Psi
University of Toledo
^Effective 11/1/87-Louanne Watson, 206 Westview Circle, West Lafayette, IN 47906
Alumnae Chapter Ann Arbor
Bloomington, IN Cincinnati Cleveland East Cleveland West
Columbus, OH
Detroit North Suburban
Evansville Tri-State Fort Wayne
Jan Patterson, Oil, 49o3 Pitchpine Court, Apt. 3-D, Ypsilanti, Ml 48197, 313/572-0804
Virginia Houze Batchelor (Joseph), NO,2610 Winde- mere Woods, Bloomington, IN 47401, 812/332-4322
Georgana Taggart Power (Karl), W), 3836 Country Club Place, Cincinnati, O H 45208, 513/871-5264
Kathleen Alexander Goebel (Brad), KII, 5452 Kellogg Court, Willoughby, O H 44094, 216/943-0611
Phyllis Jaycox Kiss (Frank), 11, Cliff Tower, Apt.26A 2159 W ooster Rd., Rocky River, O H 44116, 216/ 333-6637
Judy Copenhaver Buchholtz (Robert), 11, 2318 Benning Drive, Powell, O H 43065, 614/889-1206
Ann Cheatham Schmitt (George), BX, 1500 Ward- mier Dr., Dayton, O H 45459, 513/434-6167
Sandra Collins Kalsic (Fred), MI, 7590 Ziegler, Taylor, Ml 48180, 313/388-8135
Judith Ormsby Bradley (Robert), BP, 2960 Rambling Way, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48013, 313/334-2134
Janet Walsh Baize (James), XA, 7133 Russell Place, Chandler, IN 47610, 812/925-3437
CarolynCox,B<1>,4824Woodmark,FortWayne,IN 46815, 219/484-6834
Alumnae Chapter Grand Rapids
Indianapolis Kalamazoo Kokomo Lafayette Macomb County Muncie
North Central Ohio Colony
Terre Haute Toledo Youngstown
Kathleen Kauffman Snyder (David), KK,1763 Wey- mouth SE,Grand Rapids, MI 49S08, 616/455-7039
Renee Pugh Smith (Edward),<I>T,3205 Hensel Drive, Carmel, IN 46032, 317/846-6246
Jean Lave Hawley, H , 1427 Henderson Drive, Kala- m azoo, Ml 49007, 616/345-5967
Mary Connell Bennett (Craig), B<I\ 301 Laramie Lane, Kokomo, IN 46901, 317/452-6271
Barbara Garrett Krause (loseph), H, 221 Connolly St., West Lafayette, IN 47906, 317/743-8853
Nancy Moyer McCain (Walter), P, 38775 Byriver Dr., Mt. Clemons, Ml 48043, 313/463-4124
Judith Myers McFarland (Jack), KK, 3515 W. Godman, M uncie, IN 47304, 317/284-9449
Janet Pierce Conway (Kenneth), AT, 2285 New State Road N., Norwalk, O H 44857, 419/668-5286
Sheryl Thomas Eldred (Michael), KA, 724 Collett Avenue, Terre Haute, IN 47804, 812/466-6489
Cheryl Shelley, » * , 5066 Jamieson C-10, Toledo, O H 43613, 419/472-6354
Stephanie Bozin, <I\\, 3568 Breeze Knoll Dr., Youngs- town,OH 44505, 216/759-2874
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Chapter Adviser
Rheta Rumsyre Heine (David), B<l>, 2704 Forrester, Bloomington, IN 47401 813/ 344-1286
Toni Reitz, XA,521 S. Runnymeade, Evans- ville, IN 47714, 812/477-0005
Jo Ann Bohn Gibbons (Paul), KA, 35 Gardendale Rd., Terre Haute, IN 47803, 812/877-2279
Vicki Galbreath Shipley (Edwin). KK, 4010 Coventry Dr., Muncie, IN 47304, 317/289- 7 3 5 0
Regional Director
Becky Admire, XA, 2067 Shelby Avenue, Evansville, IN 47714, 812/473-5240 (H) 470-6844 (O)
loan Piper Shepherd (Donald), XI', 9116 W. lackson, Indianapolis, IN 46231, 317/271- 8 4 7 6
Becky Admire
'Louann Watson, <I>T, R R 1, Box lo3, Wolcott, IN 47995, 219/279-2680 IThru 10/31/871
Cindy Skaff, HV, 2o74 Drummond Road, Toledo, OH 43606, 419/535-7092
Robbi Peterson (Carl). KP, 45788 Drexel Road, Canton, Ml 48187, 313/455-5963
Patricia Curran-Dengler (Fred), ft, 4018 Benjamin St., Cincinnati, O H 45245, 513/
Nancy )ach Aupperle (Eric), Oil, 3e06 Cindy Skaff Chatham Way, Ann Arbor, MI 48105, 313/
Jane Ann Hamblin, <I>T, 1105 W. 750 North, West Lafayette, IN 4790o, 317/497-2540 (H) 494-1243 (O)
Audrey Thomas Pelham (Howard), (->, 4740 E. 71st St., Indianapolis, IN 46220, 317/ 849-1853
Joyce Sargent Moorman (Gary), II, 2942 Shoreland, Toledo, OH 43611, 419/729- 5785 (H) 259-7290 (O)
Joan Shepherd
Louann Watson
Robbi Peterson
IV-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters
Becky Admire—Bloomington, Terre Haute
Patricia Curran-Dengler (Fred)—Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton
Robbi Ruth Peterson (Carl)—Ann Arbor, Detroit No. Suburban, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Macomb County, Toledo Joan Piper Shepherd (Donald)—Evansville, Ft. Wayne, Lafayette
Cindy Skaff—N. Central Ohio Colony, Cleveland Area, Youngstown, Dearborn
Louann Watson—Muncie, Kokomo, Indianapolis

Vice President: Elaine James Kennedy (Phillip), AX, 12900 Settlers Point Trail, Goshen, K Y 40026, 502/228-0200
Public Relations Officer: Troy Johnson LeForge (John), B<t>, 907 Vickers Dr., Richmond, K Y 40475, 606/624-0624 (H) 622-3855 (O) Finance Officer: Kristi Farmer, Kfl,539 Chinoe Road, Lexington, KY 40502, 606/266-5295 or 266-6241
Rush Officer: Nancy Spires Norris (Bailey), AX, 4322 Accomack Drive, Louisville, K Y 40222, 502/426-3084
Collegiate Chapter
Alpha Beta Tau Thomas More College
Alpha Chi
Western Kentucky University
Delta Omega Murray State University
Epsilon Omega Eastern Kentucky University
Kappa Omega University of Kentucky
Kappa Omicron Rhodes College
Nu Omicron Vanderbilt University
Omega Omicron Lambuth College
Chapter President
Sheila Cahill, 209 College Park Drive, Crestview Hills, KY 41017,606/341-0961
Julie Ross, 1566 Normal Drive, Bowling Green, K Y 42101, 502/842-0630
Wege Rushing, 1610 Miller Ave., Murray, KY 42071, 502/759-1657
Pamela Watson, Eastern Kentucky Univer- sity, Powell 128, Richmond, KY 40475,606/ 622-4495 (CP)
Anne Cooper, 368 Rose Street, Lexington, KY 40508, 606/258-2293
Elizabeth L. Blake, 2000 N. Parkway, Memphis, T N 38112, 901/458-5669
Danielle Golove, 2415 Kensington Place, Nashville, T N 37212, 615/329-3760
Jennifer Stokes, Box 277, Lambuth College, Jackson, T N 38301, 901/422-4963
Katie Hemmeter, 1531 W. Cumberland
Avenue, Knoxville, T N 37916, 615/525-
Chapter Adviser
Coleen Cahill, ABT, 209 College Park, Crestview Hills, KY 41017, 606/341-0961
Karen Fiddelke Towell (David), AX, 1551 Chestnut St., Bowling Green, K Y 42101, 502/843-1231
Carmen Arnold Garland (Rick), AH, Rt. 7, Box 886, Murray, KY 42071,502/753-0810 or 1-800-592-3977
Mary Anne Evans Dewey (Donald), B<l>, 316 S. Third St., Richmond, K Y 40475, 606/623-8277
Katie Boyd, Kfl, 2170 Fort Harrods Dr., Apt. 102, Lexington, K Y 40513, 606/224- 9456
Melissa Ray, KO, 1882 Jefferson No. 4, Memphis, T N 38104, 901/726-1616 (H), 522-0440 (O)
Michele Stephens Huggins (Bren), Kfl, 1103 Hickory Club Dr., Antioch, T N 37013, 615/333-6809 (H), 327-2771 (O)
Mary Nelle Coles Hardee (David), TO, 144 N. Edenwood, Jackson, T N 38301, 901/ 668-4626
Regional Directory
Carolyn S. Diener (Thomas), BA, 3998 St. Ives Court, Louisville, K Y 40207, 502/893- 9436
Carolyn Diener
Leslie Myers Lay (Jeffrey), 0, 1801 Okeena Dr., Dyersburg, T N 38024, 901-285-7636
Kaneal Gay Alexander (Don), TO, 537 Cathy Jo Cr., Nashville, T N 37211,615/333-3215 (H) 385-6786 (O)
Mary Jane Bell Sharp (Boyd), 0, 245 Peters Rd., Knoxville, T N 37923, 615/693-3579
Leslie Lay
Mary Jane Sharp
Kaneal Gay Alexander
University of
Tennessee 3752
Sandy Alford Gover (John), AX, 1571 Canter- bury Way, Bowling Green, K Y 42101, 502/
Pi Alpha University of Louisville
Helen Keely, University of Louisville, Alpha Omicron Pi, Student Center, Room 12, Louisville, K Y 40292, 502/634-0442
Sandra Dearen, AX, 3918 Nanz Ave. No. 1, Louisville, K Y 40207, 502/896-1310
Mary Ann Winnecke Stephens (Joseph), BX, 1262 Hillwood Dr., Clarksville, T N 37040,
Carolyn Diener
Sandy Gover
Sandy Gover
Mary Jane Sharp
Leslie Lay
Donna Michelle Rasberry, APSU P.O. Box
Pi Omicron
Austin Peay State
University 615/647-8549
Rho Omicron Middle Tennessee State University
Tau Omega Transylvania University
Tau Omicron University of Tennessee-Ma rtin
Alumnae Chapter Bowling Green
Chattanooga Hopkinsville Jackson Kentuckiana
Ginger Miller Baxter (Troy), PO, 1619 Hanover Dr., S-3, Murfreesboro, T N 37130 890-9324 (H) 741-1971 (O)
Ann Kiser, Kll, 3500 Warwick Dr.,No41, Lexington, K Y 40502, 606/273-2917 (H) 252-6612 Ext. 3836 (O)
Sheri Randolph, TO, 1158 Sunswept Dr., Union City, T N 38261, 901/885-7414 (H) 587-3854 (O)
Fall 1987
8324, Clarksville, T N 37044,615/647-5458
Kimberly Cooksey, Middle T ennessee State University, P.O. Box 613, Murfreesboro, 615/890-9324, 741-1971
Karen Beth Utz, Transylvania University, Forrer Hall, 300 N. Broadway, Lexington, KY 40508, 606/233-8716
Deanna Tiebout, University of Tennessee- Martin, Box 126, Martin, T N 38238, 901/ 587-6817
Maria James Montell (Brad),AX, 258 Westwood Ct., Bowling Green, K Y 42101, 502/781-0693
Joyce Jennings Smith (Craig), 0, 9 Rock Crest Lane, Signal Mountain, T N 37377, 615/886-5301
Sandy Bruce Power (Jeff), AX, P.O. Box 332, Elkton, KY 42220, 502/265-9047
Ann Howard Miles, HO,986/West Forest Dr., Jack- son, T N 38301
Melissa Watson Taylor (Larry), XA, 519 Grand Vista Place, Louisville, K Y 40243, 502/245-7934
Nancy Horner Bettis (Charles), 0, 7709
Bennington Dr., Knoxville, T N 37919, 615/693-1514 781-0210
V-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters
Kaneal Gay Alexander (Don)—Chattanooga, Jackson Carolyn S. Diener (Thomas)—Bowling Green, Kentuckiana Sandy Alford Gover (John)—Knoxville, Hopkinsville
Leslie Myers Lay (Jeffrey)—Memphis, Martin
Mary Jane Bell Sharp (Boyd)—Lexington, Nashville
Alumnae Chapter Knoxville
Lexington Martin
Memphis Nashville
Joy Warren Matthews (Charles), 0, 11549 Nassau Dr., Concord, T N 37922, 615/966-3370
Carol Precious Martin (Thomas), AX, 336 Queens- way Dr., Lexington, K Y 40502, 606/231-8751
Judy Broadstreet Barker (Wayne), TO, Rt. 1, Box 248, Union City, T N 38261, 901/885-2011
Stephanie Hughes, KO, 3823 Faxon Ave., Memphis, TN 38122, 901/523-4420 (H) 523-6828 (O)
Jane McDonald Griggs (John), NO, 1208 Carnton Lane, Franklin, T N 37064, 615/790-6538

Vice President: Lis Lester Donaldson (Joseph), TA, 1726 Croom Dr., Montgomery, AL 36106, 205/277-2776
Public Relations Officer: Marion Grassmuck Clouse (Stephen), X, 1530 66th Avenue N., St. Petersburg, FL 33702, 813/577-0861 Finance Officer: Linda Ekberg Blau (Arthur), !i, 7913 Venetian St., Miramar, FL 33023, 305/983-6381 (H) 776-5961 (O)
Rush Officer: Diana Bennett Duva (Anthony), TO, 6501 SW 37th Way, Gainesville, FL 32608, 904/378-0811 (H) 377-3355 (O)
Collegiate Chapter
Alpha Delta
University of Alabama
Delta Delta Auburn University
Gamma Delta University of South Alabama
Gamma Omicron University of Florida
Gamma Theta University of South Florida
Gamma Upsilon St. Leo College
Chapter President
Rebecca Gillette, University of Alabama, P.O. Box 2407, University, A L 35486,205/ 348-8805, 8807, 8808
Michelle Riggs, Auburn University, AOII Box, Dorm C, Auburn, A L 36849, 205/887- 9615
Renee Busby, University of South Alabama, Gamma Delta Chapter of AOII, P.O. Box U1178, Mobile, AL 36688, 205/344-6174
Jennifer Lynn Goldman, 819 W. Panhellenic Dr., Gainesville, FL 32601, 904/373-4550
Cindy Lyons, University of South Florida, CTR 2377 - University Center, Tampa,FL 33620, 813/972-5991
Terese Lurgio, St. Leo College, P.O. Box 2346, St. Leo, F L 33574, 904/588-8916
Chapter Adviser
Delores White Rhodes (Douglas), AA.4913 10th Ave., E.,Tuscaloosa, AL 35405, 205/ 758-7615 (H) 348-5522 (O)
Patsy Faulk Vincent (Don), AA, Auburn U. Aviation, 700 Airport Road, Auburn, AL
36830, 205/749-2277
Judi Foster, PA, 6050 Grelot Rd., No. 206, Mobile, AL 36609, 205/342-2867
Jacqulyn Bennett Hipsley (Dennis), TO, 3427 NW 42nd Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32605, 904/377-2469
Donna Stewart, PO, 13321-A Thomasville Circle, Tampa, FL33617, 813/980-0813
Colleen Dieterle, TT, 3930 21st Court East, New Port Richey, FL 33552
Karen Bemko Kemp (Hugh), KI", 3926 Kathleen Rd., Lakeland, FL 33809, 813/
Regional Director
Robin Mansfield Wright (Joe), I'A, 1489 Boca Chica Rd., Key West, FL 33040, 305/296- 0802
Elise Moss (Ron Simmons), TA, 7808 Cadillac Dr., Huntsville, AL 35802, 205/880-1275 (H)
536-9645 (O)
Marilyn Renfrow Bush (Thomas), I'0,37-A Grassy Lake Rd., Archer, FL 32618, 904/ 495-9982
Lee Ann Saylors, I'A, 375 Hillcrest Rd., Apt. R-204, Mobile, AL 36608, 205/344-6174
Marilyn Bush
Marilyn Bush Robin Wright
Elise Moss
Robin Wright
Lee Ann Saylors
Elise Moss
Nu Beta University of Mississippi
Sigma Delta Huntingdon College
Tau Delta
Birmingham Southern College
Zeta Pi
University of Alabama- Birmingham
Alumnae Chapter Auburn/Opelika Colony
Jane Day, University of Mississippi, P.O. Box 7987, University, MS 38677, 601/ 234-5158
Lynne Battle, Huntingdon College, 1500 E. Fairview Ave., Box 370, Montgomery, AL 36106, 205/265-4314
Krista Kidd, Birmingham Southern College, Box A-56, Birmingham, A L 35254, 205/ 322-6417 or 324-8555
Lori St. Clair, 1327 14th Ave. South, Birmingham, A L 35205, 205/323-0529
Martha Dupuy Duncan (J.W.), AT,162 Cotton Ave., Opelika, A L 36801, 205/749-7960
Ginger Manasco Busby (Dale), AA, 5513 Heath Row Dr., Birmingham, A L 35243, 205/991-6911 (H) 939- 1690 (O)
Kathleen Galvin Gray (Thomas), NB, 2312 Calumet Ave. SE,Decatur, AL 35601, 205/350-0844
Alumnae Chapter Lakeland Area
M o n t g o m e r y
Orlando/Winter Park Palm Beach County Shoals Area
Tampa Bay Area Tuscaloosa
Ann Colvin Marshall (David), All, 3204 Hilltop Ave., Lakeland, FL 33603, 813/646-1167
Angelia Phillips Ralph (George), AK, 154 Pinehill Dr., Mobile, AL 36606, 205/473-8240
Jacqueline Johnson Jackson (David), AA, 633 Carol Villa Drive, Montgomery, AL 36109, 205/264- 2689 (H) 832-8006 (O)
Ada Jo Starling Miller (Arthur), All, 7478 Lake Marsha Dr., Orlando, FL 32819, 305/351-0260
Jennifer DeHaven, KK,137 Seashore Dr., Jupiter,FL 33477, 305/744-5362
Betsy Brooks Braund, NO, 101 Highland Place, Shef- field, AL, 35660, 205/381-4003
Mary Elaine Plescia Fumea (Larry), I'O, 2802 W. Cass St., Tampa, FL 33609, 813/876-0905
Tanya Hataway, AA, 20 Smith Acres, Northport, AL 35476, 205/339-3040
Decatur Area
Fort Lauderdale Area Greater Jackson Area Greater Pensacola Greater Pinellas Huntsville Jacksonville,
Catherine Roll Zombar (Charles), TO, 7021 S W St., Pembroke Pines, FL33024, 305/961-9797
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Frankie Frazier Roberts, NB, P.O. Box 31463, Jackson, MS 39206, 601/923-3342
Diane Dejean Rushing (Frank), AB, 506 Deer Point, Gulf Breeze, FL32561, 904/932-5752
Betsy Boles Smith (Royce), ft, 2026 Seton Dr., Clear- water, FL33575, 813/446-0040
Carole Jurenko Jones (George), AA, 123 Southwood Drive, Madison, A L 35758, 205/772-8192
VI-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters
Stayce Ann Krug, Florida Southern College,
Kappa Gamma
Florida Southern
College 4424 858-5210
Box 4618, Lakeland, FL 33802, 813/680-
Susan Partridge Shaw (David), NB, 211 Price Street, Oxford, MS 38655, 601/236- 3952 (H) 236-5717 (O)
Mary Margaret Fife Kyser (George), TA, 1606 Limestone Court, Montgomery, AL 36117, 205/277-6659
Lynn Hughes Spires (Spin), TA,406 Morris Blvd., Birmingham, AL 35209, 205/942- 3004
Monna Daugette, TA, 114 W. Hawthorne Rd., Birmingham, AL 35209, 205/879- 0818 (H) 324-6547 (O)
Marilyn Renfrow Bush (Thomas)—Greater Pinellas, Tampa, Mobile, Orlando/Winter Park, Jacksonville Elise Moss (Ron Simmons)—Decatur, Birmingham, Auburn/Opelika
Lee Ann Saylors—Greater Pensacola, Huntsville, Jackson
Robin Mansfield Wright (Joe)—Tuscaloosa, Montgomery, Ft. Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Lakeland Area

Vice President: Jean Dundas Zimmermann (James), AB, 308 N . Walnut Lane, Schaumburg, IL 60194, 312/843-0041
Public Relations Officer: Judy Gambrel Flessner (Todd), I, 1604 E. Frederick St., Arlington Heights, IL 60004, 312/253-6459 Finance Officer: Karen Morauski, *A, 13419 Montclair Dr., N o. 30, Omaha, NE 68144, 402/333-1804
Rush Officer: S u e Bothe Placke (Bob), <t>I, 4730 Ave. "G", Kearney, NE 68847, 308/237-2917
Collegiate Chapter
Alpha Theta Coe College
Beta Lambda Illinois Wesleyan University
Iota University of Illinois
Iota Sigma
Iowa State University
Phi Chi
University of Chicago
Phi Delta
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Phi Sigma
Kearney State College
University of Minnesota Theta Chi
Morningside College
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Alumnae Chapter
Bloom ington-Normal
Cedar Rapids Area
Chicago Area Council
Chicago Beverly Hills
Chicago North Shore
Chicago Northwest
Chicago West Suburban
Deka lb-Sycamore Colony
Chapter President
Michele Leftwich,Coe College, Box 554, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402, 319/399-8488
Amy Gearhart, 1314 North Fell Avenue, Bloomington, IL 61701, 309/829-1890
Kelly Rosenbohm, 706S. Mathews, Urbana, IL 61801, 217/344-0136
Jennifer Jons, 2007 Greeley, Ames, IA 50010 515/292-3993
Kimberly Sutton, 5470 S. Greenwood Ave., No. 1, Chicago, IL60615, 312/684-3605
Katrin Fink, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, Phi Delta Chapter of AOII, Union Box No. 6, Kenwood Blvd., Mil- waukee, WI 53211, 414/963-7443
Jennifer Brown, Kearney State College, AOIIHouse,112ConradHall,Kearney,NE 68847, 308/234-8628
Heather Essig, 1121 5th Street SE, Min- neapolis, M N 55414, 612/623-9140
Jeanne M . Donahoo, 3823 Garretson Avenue, Sioux City, IA 51106, 712/274- 5606
Sara Abler, 1541 "S" Street, Lincoln, N E 68508, 402/474-9238
Julie Goodrich Iversen, li!, 305 Oak Lane, Ames, IA 50010, 515/292-3886
Carroll Mites Bross (Larry), BA, 202 Sherwood Way, Bloomington, IL 61701, 309/663-1865
Lori Smith Freemire (Michael), AH, 2433 9th Ave., SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404, 319/366-8211
Grace Niewold Funk (Brian),I,R.R.4,Box135, Champaign, IL 61820, 217/643-3405
Sherry Keaton Brennan (Joseph), (-), 8 2 0 S . Stough St., Hinsdale, IL 60521, 312/323-7026
Jean LeGros Adduci (Marc), NT, 516 Penfield, Box 153, Beecher, IL 60401, 312/946-2128
Margaret Dougan Nelson (Lloyd), P, 2810 1/2 Sheridan Place, Evanston, IL 60201, 312/864-2665
Janet Hiser Bowsher (Steven), 1,1324 Peartree Ln., Mt. Prospect, IL 60056, 312/635-8347
Trish Hiller Akin (Richard), <l>,201 S. East Ave., Oak Park, IL 60302, 312/848-6676
Mary Turner Diaz (Angel), UK, 1548 Timberwood Ct., Sycamore, IL 60178, 815/895-6667
C h a p t e r A d v i s e r
Martha Moore, AB,308 4th Ave., Apt. No. 6, Coralville, IA 52241, 319/338-2539
Julia Whalen, 1,15 Norbloom Ave., Bloom- ington, IL 61701, 309/828-0804
JoAnn Yonke Zunich (Andreja), I,704 W . Healey, Champaign, IL 61820, 217/352- 3 2 9 9
Eileen Aksamit Muff (Don), Z,1312 Scott Circle, Ames, IA 50010, 515/292-2725
Sharon Van Fleet, AH, 5020 S. Lakeshore Dr., 1711-N, Chicago, IL60615, 312/667- 8504
Kristin Maegli, <I>A, 4 4 8 1 N . 74th St., Mil- waukee, Wl 53218, 414/462-2373
Donna Cannon Grossart (Jerry), *l>^, 819 W.30thSt.,Kearney,NE68847, 308/237- 2667
Alison Englund, T,4309 16th Ave. S.,Min- neapolis, M N 55407, 612/729-8571
PamWarnerHill(Doug), IA,502South10th St., Sac City, I A 50583, 712/662-7413
Lynne Jackson Parker (John), 11,915 Abbots- ford Ln„Frankfort,IL60423, 815/469-6107
Lynne Parker
Pam Hill Lynne Parker
Pat Vioni Benson (Robert), H<l>, 435 Bunker Hill Dr.,Brookfield, Wl 53005, 414/782-1711
Julie Thibault Schluter (George), Z , 13008 PatrickCircle,Omaha,NE68164,402/493- 1604
Pat Benson
Jacque Jenson, HX, 3823 Garretson A ve., Pam Hill Sioux City, I A 51106, 712/274-5605
Monica Sicner Rigoni (Charles),'/., 2210 S. 37th St., Lincoln, NE 68506,402/488-3680
Julie Schluter
VII-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters
Pat Benson (Robert)—Madison, Milwaukee, Minneapolis/St. Paul
Peg Frerk (Larry), I, 734 Circle Dr., Barrington, IL 60010, 312/526-7803 (H) 526-3888 (O)—Champaign/Urbana, Chicago Area Council, Chicago North Shore,
Chicago Northwest Suburban, Chicago West Suburban, Chicago Beverly Hills, Bloomington/Normal, Rockford, Dekalb/Sycamore Colony,
Lake County of Illinois Colony
Pam Hill (Doug)—Ames, D es Moines, Cedar Rapids, Quad City Colony Lynn Parker (John)—
Julie Schluter (George)—Omaha, Lincoln, Kearney
Fall 1 9 8 7 31
Alumnae Chapter Des Moines
Lake County of Illinois Colony
Milwaukee Minneapolis/St. Paul Omaha
Quad Cities 1A/IL Colony
Rhonda Stevenson Bjornsen (Kevin), E, 7 1 0 2 Horton, D es Moines, IA 50322, 515/276-5975
Frances Sutton Vnuk, * i , 805 E. 37th St., Kearney, NE 68847, 308/237-7603
Joanne Erickson Deaton (Roger), li, 4959 Shagbark Ct., G urnee, IL 60031, 312/336-7285
Phyllis Chambers, Z, 7821 Sycamore Dr., Lincoln NE 68506, 402/488-3493
E l i z a b e t h " L i z " F r e e d , Z, 3 0 0 1 C i m a r r o n T r a i l N o . 2 , Madison, WI 53719, 608/274-6140
Patti Sell Shaw (James), <t>A, W. 309 N. 5511 Wind- rise Cr.,Hartland, WI 53029, 414/367-4823
Bernae Peterson Gunderson (Scott), T,309 Pelham Boulevard, St. Paul, MN 55104, 612/644-6248
Cindy Shada, <l>i;, 4302 Center St., Omaha, N E 68105, 402/551-4800
Georgia Brown Jecklin (J.W.), II, 1318 W . 43rd, Davenport, IA 52806, 319/386-5313
Debra Rusher Stern (David), H,5156Woodie Ranch Ln., Rockford, IL 61111, 815/877-3065

V i c e P r e s i d e n t : B a r b a r a O w e n s K r a m e r ( R a y m o n d ) , B<!>, 7 5 1 6 C h a t t i n g t o n D r . , D a l l a s , T X 7 5 2 4 8 , 2 1 4 / 2 3 3 - 6 4 9 5 ( H ) 3 8 6 - 5 0 5 0 ( O ) 1 : 3 0 - 5 : 3 0 M / F Public Relations Officer: Gloria Cunningham Rowland (Jim), UK, Rt.1, Box 73, Roby, T X 79543, 915/776-2263
Finance Officer: Brenda Welch Coop (David), S O ,1514 Alonzo, Jonesboro, A R 72401, 501/932-0813
Rush Officer: Mary Newlon Harms (Steven), *S, 2421 Colgate, College Station, T X 77840, 409/693-3256
Collegiate Chapter
Chi Delta University of Colorado
Delta Alpha
University of Missouri- Columbia
Delta Pi
Central Missouri State University
Chapter President
Kathryn Stevens, 101515thStreet, Boulder, CO 80302, 303/443-0546
Michele Musgrove, University of Missouri- Columbia, 518 Jones Hall, Columbia, M O 65201, 314/884-2019
Stacy Sanders, Central Missouri State Uni- versity, Mil Panhellenic Hall, Warrens- burg, M O 64093, 816/747-2454
Chapter Adviser
Susan Shephard Mitrev (Mark), XA, 2026 10th St.,Boulder, C O 80302, 303/442-7436
Kim Campbell, HX, 4702 Millbrook D r ., Columbia, M O 65203, 314/445-7551 (H ) 882-7758(O)
Karen Montgomery Smith (Robert), All, 5305 Kentucky, Raytown, M O64133,816/ 356-1469
Carol Miller Stevenson (John), 11, 2524 Belmont Place. Piano, T X 75023,214/596- 3266
Cynthia Henderson Lobue (Joseph), KT, P.O. Box764,Hammond, LA70404,504/ 542-1847 (H)549-3216 (O)
Jackie Jackson Hines (Howard), A, 2606 Lexington, Monroe, L A 71201, 318/322- 6432
Patricia Elaine Patchin Hoffman (Carl), <]>, 1271 Medford, Topeka, K S 66604, 913/ 232-0004
SchuylerRuhlmanLouapre(Henri),11,220 E. William David Pkwy., Metairie, L A 70005, 504/834-6327 (H)891-3786 (O)
Carolyn Swindle Wyatt (Thad), S O , 3629 Blue Ridge Circle, Jonesboro, A R 72401, 501/932-1155
Marie Dieu Cooper (William), II, 6030 Forest Ridge, San Antonio, T X 78240, 512/684-5188
Regional Director
Pam Hathcock deZevallos (Ed),NO, 2500 Tanglewild, No. 492, Houston, T X 77063, 713/467-8560 (H)784-8759(O)
Marty Erickson Taylor (John), T,R.R.1,Box 112, Fayetteville, A R 72703, 5017521-2441
Marty Taylor
Gail Province Osborn (Paul), S O , 1124 Warner, Jonesboro, A R 72401, 501/932-2942
Pam Hathcock deZevallos (Ed)
Nancy Shaw Shaheen (Glenn), AO,2101 Tree House Lane, Piano, TX 75023,501/867- 0819 (H)323-5948 (O)
Gail Osborn
Terri Parker Marshall (Harry), AT,253 Atlantic A ve.,Shreveport, L A 71105, 318/ 868-2014 (H)632-4832 (O)
Nancy Shaheen
Terri Marshall
Delta Theta
Texas Woman's
University 898-4376
Southeastern Louisiana University
LambdaTau Northeast Louisiana University
University of Kansas
Newcomb College- Tulane
Sigma Omicron Arkansas State University
Upsilon Lambda University of Texas San Antonio Alumnae Chapter
Alexandria Colony
Arlington Mid-Cities
Baton Rouge
Columbia-Jefferson City
Fort Worth
Greater Kansas City
Greater Lafayette Hammond
Houston Jonesboro
Kellie Lynn Fauries, Southeastern Louisiana University, P.O. Box948 SLU, Hammond, LA 70402, 504/549-3693
Paula Bourgeois, City Box 4173, Monroe, LA 71211, 318/342-2624
Terri Howard, 1510 Sigma N u Place, Lawrence, K S 66044, 913/749-1103
Sharon Kromash, 922 Broadway, New Orleans, L A 70118, 504/865-8299
Alyce Heeb, Arkansas State University, P.O. Box 928,State University, A R 72467 501/972-1556
Melissa Mollen, 916 Canterbury Hill,San Antonio, T X 78209, 512/828-9643
CynthiaE.Dumler,Z,4200SpanishBit,NENo.E-309, LakeCharles/Calcasieu
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Laura Flores, Texas Woman's University, P.O. Box22291, Denton, TX76201,817/
Albuquerque, N M 87111-4278, 505/293-7173
Lisa Beebe Grubbs (Hal), AT,1211 WilshireDr., Alexandria, L A 71303, 318/448-3154
Shirely Reichert McCracken (Richard), UK. 1727 Park Hill, Arlington, T X 76010, 817/261-6948
Suzanne Diou Adams (C.F.), TA, 2404 Granberry Dr., Austin, T X 78745, 512/447-2384
Clara Cantrell Tomsula (Patrick), AO, 2164 Holly- dale A ve.,Baton Rouge, L A 70808, 504/344-6525
MelanieBernardLadner(Claude),NB,3010Nash- ville, Nederland, T X 77627, 409/722-6591
Dian Poole Sprenger (Beau), TA, 1802 Juniper Dr., Columbia, M O 65201, 314/449-7384 (H),893-3700 (O)
Audrey Herbster Lueth (Ray), IT ,1009 Pinetree Lane, Desoto, T X 75115, 214/224-2285
Carolyn Spain Neu (Barry), A4>, 6695 W . Rowland Ave., Littleton, C O 80123, 303/979-8167
Claire Thompson Monteleone (Joseph), KT, 3305 Moss Hollow, Ft.Worth, T X76109, 817/732-7009
Mary Jane Thomas Ogle (Ed), All, 7309 N . Euclid, Gladstone, M O 64118, 816/436-0643
Patricia Thompson Dowie (Thomas), K T ,33 E . Woodlawn Dr.,Destrehan, LA70047, 504/469-0570
Lynn Koenig Lauter,SI,15519Pensgate, Houston, TX 77062, 713/486-4127 (H)483-3991 (O)
Barbara Nichols Rubin (Harvey), <t>, 104 W . College Cr., Box 3696, State University, A R 72467, 501/ 932-3075
Colony Little Rock
New Orleans
North Houston Suburban
Northwest Arkansas Oklahoma City
Rio Grande Colony Saint Louis
San Antonio Shreveport
Topeka Tulsa
VIII-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters
Pam DeZevallos (Ed)—Austin, Baton Rouge, Beaumont, Denver, Greater Lafayette, Hammond
Terri Marshall (Harry)—Alexandria Colony, Houston, Lake Charles-Calcasieu Colony, New Orleans, N. Houston Suburban, San Antonio Gail Osborn (Paul)—Arlington/Mid Cities, Dallas, Ft.Worth, Greater Kansas City, St. Louis, Topeka
Nancy Shaheen (Glenn)—Jonesboro, Little Rock, Monroe, Oklahoma City, Shreveport
Marty Taylor (J.B.)—Albuquerque, Columbia/Jefferson City, RioGrande Colony, N.W .Arkansas, Tulsa
Alumnae Chapter
PatriciaPaulick,Z,1045WaltersNo.312,Lake Charles, L A 70605, 318/474-6539
Marion Miller Douglas (James), SO, 19 Cinderella, Little Rock, A R 72204, 501/569-3152
Tamee Dark Smith (Myron), A T , 115 Mohawk Circle, West Monroe, L A 71291, 318/396-4984
Barbara Schmidt Kenny (Leland), <t>A, 2100 Easter Lane, New Orleans, L A70114, 504/394-8266
Alice Jo Ellis Shannon (Daniel), I, P .O .Box 5074, Kingwood, TX77339, 713/360-5214 (H)270-6699(O)
BethMandelcoRankin(Richard),SI,9InshLane, Hiwassee, A R 72739, 501/855-2820
Laura Freville, Oil, 3720 McMillan, Bethany, O K 73008, 405/787-8292 (H)236-0941 (O)
JoAnn King Hendrix, AK, 5429 La Estrancia Circle, El Paso, T X 79932, 915/584-0719
Jane VanRoo Crawley (Stephen), SA,3 VanCrest Lane, Florissant, M O 63033, 314/837-3426
C. Diane Taylor Siple, PS, 7912J Fredericksburg Rd., San Antonio, T X 78229, 512/690-0170
Laurie Manning McMillan, <I>S, 3634 Green Acres Place Dr.,No.219,Bossier City, LA 71111,318/742- 3312
Karen Basey, A ll,1900 W . 31-E15, Lawrence, K S 66046, 913/843-19S2
Tricia Peterson Eidson (Dennis), AO,2137S. Florence Place, Tulsa, O K 74114, 918/742-1534

Vice President: Barbara Bierer Long (Kenneth), AP, 2166 Yolanda, Springfield, O R 97477, 503/746-9769
Public Relations Officer: Julie Anne Hansen Scherer (Douglas), T, 16575 35th Ave. NE, Seattle, W A 98155, 206/362-2289 (H) 363-0667 (O) Finance Officer: Sue Daiger Schell (Gary), AT, S.E. 915 Skylark Court, Pullman, WA 99163, 509/332-4923
Rush Officer: Ann M. Casale, AP, 10716 NE Shaver, Portland, OR 97220, 503/665-8637
Collegiate Chapter
Regional Director
Alpha Phi Montana State University
Karen Stanturf Furu (Robert), I A, 1145 S. Cedarview, Bozeman, MT 59715, 406/ 587-8943 (H) 586-1023 (O)
Kathleen Oliver Busch (Bruce), T, 5700-29th NE, Seattle, WA 98105, 206/522-1239
Chapter President
Vicki Sherick, 1119 South Fifth Ave., Bozeman, MT 59715, 406/587-0691
Chapter Adviser
Alpha Gamma
Washington State
University 334-1738 293-1364
Becky Ritter, NE 820 Campus Ave., Pull- man, WA 99163, 509/335-8502
Kathleen Shenkel Jinks (Martin), AT, SW 605 Crestview, Pullman, WA 99163, 509/
Lynette Thomas-Personett (Rick), AS, 4596 SW Comus Place, Portland, OR 97219, 503/
Stephanie Paris, 2435 N W Harrison, Cor-
Alpha Rho
Oregon State
University 753-1162 206/522-1239
Alpha Sigma University of Oregon
Beta Rho
University of Montana
Kappa Lambda University of Calgary
Monica Bojarsky Anderson (Reid), \ X , 315 E. 36th Ave., Eugene,OR 97405,503/345- 7948
Char Goldhahn Klofstad (Glenn), BP, 908 Dixon, Missoula, MT 59801, 406/543-7345
Pat Gordon Wrinch (John), K<t>, 140 Oak- church Place, SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2V-4B5, 403/281-5745
Kathy Busch
Mary Jane Ahrendes Griffanti (Ernest), A*, 2904 Colter Ave., Bozeman, MT 59715, 406/
Mary Jane Ahrendes Griffanti
Lynette Thomas-Personett
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vallis, O R 97330, 503/757-8171
Lori DeDobbelaere, 1680 Alder St., Eugene,
OR 97401, 503/485-0665
Cynthia Brooks, 220 Daly, Missoula, MT
59801, 406/728-2151
Katherine Dann, P.O. Box 265, Station T, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2H-2G9, 403/ 259-4817
Patty Mills Moody (Sidney), AS, 3329 SW Cascade Dr., Corvallis, O R 97333, 503/
Ann Brislawn Beardsley (Cordy), T, 2430 136th Place, SW, Lynnwood, W A 98037,
Ann Troy, 1906 NE 45th, Seattle, WA
University of
Washington 937-7771
98105, 206/526-7325
Michelle Barrea Graunke (Stephen), T, 2723, 36 SW, Seattle, WA 98126, 206/
Alumnae Chapter
Calgary Colony Eugene-Springfield Pocatello
Spokane Vancouver, BC
Beverly Landes Townsend (Bill), A<t>, 8040 Lupine Lane, Bozeman, MT 59715, 406/586-6422
Willemein Van Der Wal, KA, 403 3717 42nd Street NW, Calgary, AB T3A2W2
Jodie Brockmann (Don), AS, 2932 Elysium, Eugene, OR 97401, 503/344-9598
Paige Archibald Brown (Darrell), 1 A, 1601 Saratoga, Pocatello, ID 83201, 208/237-9054
Edna Francis Geer Schatz, IA, 5908 SW Menlo Dr., Beaverton, O R 97005, 503/646-1770
Kathleen Smith Meadows (Gary), IA, SW 930 Alcora, Pullman, WA 99163, 509/334-4239
Linda Tur Wickswat (Paul), IIA, 17505 SE 47th St., Issaquah, WA 98027, 206/381-4003
Michelle Stipe Riggs (Sandy), AT, N. 823 Woodlawn Rd., Spokane, WA 99216, 509/928-6983
Judit Putti Spence (Kerry), BK, 4128 Virginia Cres- cent, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V7R 3Z6, 604/980-5154
IX-Regional Directors for Alumnae Chapters
Ann Brislawn Beardsley (Cordy)—Spokane, Vancouver, B C Kathleen Oliver Busch (Bruce)—Eugene-Springfield, Bozeman Mary Jane Ahrendes Griffanti (Ernest)—Calgary, Pocatello Lynette Thomas-Personett (Rick)—Portland, Pullman, Seattle

Vice President: Rosemary Kappes Schwierjohn (Roger), I, 11213 N . 51st Drive, Glendale, A Z 85304, 602/979-8299
Public Relations Officer: Sandra Singer Waterman, AS, 3361 Fawn Drive, San Jose, CA 95124, 408/377-8265
Finance Officer: Gayle Fitzpatrick, AP, 1820 Ardmore Ave. No. 37, Hermosa Beach, C A 90254, 213/379-4693 (H)714/850-3118 (O)
Rush Officer: Barbara Kramer Rhinehart (Vincent), AB, 4052 Mistral Dr., Huntington Beach, CA 92649, 714/840-0873 (H)213/439-0968 (O)
Collegiate Chapter
Chi Alpha University of California-Davis
Chi Psi
Cal-Poly State University-San Luis Obispo
Lambda Beta California State- Long Beach
Lambda Iota
Univ. of California- San Diego
Nu Lambda
Univ. o f Southern California
Univ. o f California Berkeley
Sigma P h i California State- Northridge
Theta Omega Northern Arizona University
Alumnae Chapter
Bakersfield Colony Diablo Valley
East B a y
Long Beach Los Angeles
Marin County Monterey
Northern California Council
Northern Orange County
Palo Alto Pasadena
Chapter President
Dawnel Silva, 203 First Street, Davis, C A 95616, 916/756-9889
Laura Blay, 1716 Osos
Obispo, C A 93407, 805/541-3642
Karen Inman, 3980 East 8th St.,Long Beach, C A 90804, 212/433-9117
Peggy Shank, P.Q. Box 12067, La Jolla, C A 92037-0605, 619/455-7673
Diane Ver Steeg, 647 W. 28th St., Los Angeles, C A 90007, 213/745-8426
Marisa Gatvan, 2311 Prospect, Berkeley, CA 94704, 415/540-9152, 540-9153, 540- 9169
Felicia Swerling, 9763 Yolanda Avenue, Northridge, C A 91324, 818/993-4639
Cindy Niederkorn, Northern Arizona Uni-
versity, C.U. Box 7617, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 602/523-4781 2659
Julienne Marie Toures Brandon (David), AB, 2715 Noble Ave., Bakersfield, C A 93306, 805/834-5806
Barbara Ringle Goll (Fred), K A , 8 Aspen Court, Lafayette, C A 94549, 415/284-5981
Barbara Stehno, I, 2101 Shoreline D r . N o . 219, Alameda, C A 94501, 415/931-3850
Barbara Dean Kapell, KH, 4420 Lowell, La Crescenta, CA 91214, 818/249-5034
Kay Week Hangai (Robert), T , 7522 Kahakuloa St., Honolulu, H I 96825, 808/395-1335
Lisa S. Robinson, AB, 5002 Tasman Dr., Huntington Beach, C A 92649, 213/433-6657
Elaine L. Soost, NA, 2108 Vanderbilt Lane No. D , Redondo Beach, C A 90278, 213/379-3860 (H) 772- 1193 (O)
Marjorie Kennedy Lane Lupton (Earl), KH, P.O. Box 85, Olema, C A 94950, 415/663-1643
Beth Roberts Wright (James), AS, P.O. B o x 5463, Carmel, C A 93921, 408/625-0538
Dorothy Bishop Garber (Charles), A, 3690 Hastings Ct., Lafayette, C A 94549, 415/283-2056
Patricia Phillips Piper (Hunter), Hfl, 1036 Magnolia, Placentia, C A 92670, 714/996-5139
Patricia Batchelor Penning (David), 0,1970 Oakdell Dr., Menlo Park, C A 94025, 415/326-7822
Janie Little Steckenrider (Troy), I, 834 Balboa, Arcadia, C A 91006, 213/445-6424
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S a n Luis
Regional Director
Patricia Shelton Moxon (Bruce), NA, 420 James Rd., Apt. 17, Palo ALto, CA 94306, 415/852-9654
Kimberly Campbell, T , 256-B 5th Ave., San Francisco, C A 94118, 415/668-5011 (H ) 572-4427 ( O )
Susan Vanderlip Meester (Larry), XA, 655 N. Brea Blvd., No. 91, Brea, CA 92621, 714/ 990-3628
Susan Meester
Susan Meester
Trish Moxon
Chris Kiplinger, 7., 4715 N . Black Canyon Rd., No. 2104, Phoenix, AZ 85015,602/642- 6836
Chris Kiplinger
Mary Riley Michel (Robert), NO, 3126 W. Beck Lane, Phoenix, A Z 85023, 602/866-9068
Nancy Lawson Broach (James), Hil, 16101 Stone Ridge Dr., Riverside, C A 92504, 714/780-0790
Janet Jensen, XA, 4306 Elizabeth, Sacramento, C A 95821, 916/445-5294
Margaret V a n Hemert, T , 4 5 2 Westmont Court, Bonita, C A 92002, 619/421-0813
Phyllis Casteel Gilson (Stanley), S<t>, 6628 Woodlake Ave., Canoga Park, C A 91307, 818/887-9344 ( H ) 885-3740 ( O )
Marlou Weinzerl, AS, 1870 University Way, San Jose, C A 95126, 408/296-5969
Christine Conlon Hollingshead (Philip), U K , 1 6 9 9 Parrott Dr., San Mateo, C A 94402, 415/349-0654
Nancy Willis Griffiths (Alfred), B P , 30325 V ia Riveria, Rancho Palos Verde, C A 90274, 619/373- 4416
Reba Shannon Traber (Art), T , 12007 Bajada Road, San Diego, C A 92128, 619/487-0408
Penelope Benson Ferrell (James), N A , 24701 Ray- mond Way, No. 24, El Toro, CA 92630, 714/770-2364
Mary Christoph Parker (James), fl. 8644 E. 24th St., Tucson, A Z 85710, 602/885-8829
Susan Johnston Durley (Earle), S4>, 3035 Poppy Court, Thousand Oaks, C A 91360, 805/492-9366
Chapter Adviser
Sharon Casey, X V,920 Cranbrook Court, No. 4 , Davis, C A 95616, 916/753-4751
Sarah Burroughs, Oil, 2251 Shell Beach Rd. No. 21, Shell Beach, C A 93449, 805/ 773-2432 ( H ) 546-2145 ( O )
Carla Kramer Jesse (David), AB, 10870 El Mar Ave., Fountain Valley, C A 92708, 714/968-0090 ( H ) 996-5770 ( O )
Marilyn Rose Herman (Gerald), T , 8805 Cliffridge Ave., La Jolla, C A 92037, 619/ 456-2406
Janie Kesling Crawford, NA,9615 La Cima Drive, Whittier, C A 90603, 213/947-3595
Sue Garvin, MX, 2095 California St., No. 206, San Francisco, C A 94104, 415/567-4552
Phyllis Casteel Gilson (Stanley), S<l>, 6628 Woodlake Ave., Canoga Park, C A 91307, 818/887-9344 (H) 885-3740 (O)
Lillian Palmer Baker (Richard), HI1, 1508 N. Aztec, Flagstaff, A Z 86001, 602/774-
Lisa Richtermeyer Shemwell (Mike), All, 2031 El Sereno Ave., Los Altos, C A 94022,'415/265-2041 (H) 691-3438 (O)—Bakersfield, Diablo Valley, East Bay, Glendale, Long Beach, LosAngeles, Marin County, Monterey, Northern California Council, Northern Orange County, Palo Alto, Pasadena, Riverside, Sacramento,
San Diego, San Fernando Valley, San Jose, San Mateo, South Bay/Palos Verdes, Southern Orange County, Ventura County, Southern California Council
Kimberly Campbell—
Chris Kiplinger—
Susan Meester (Larry)—
Patricia Shelton Moxon (Bruce)—
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Riverside Sacramento
San Diego
San Fernando Valley
San Jose
South Verdes
Southern California Council
Southern Orange County
Ventura County

Alumnae Chapter Activity
The Decatur Area Alumnae Chapter celebrated their 2nd year as a chapter in June, reports Linda Hyde Ratliff. They had a luncheon in July and a baking session in August for their adopted collegiate chapter at U. of Alabama Birmingham, Zeta Pi. In May they par- ticipated in the annual Decatur Pan- hellenic Tea. This tea informs graduat- ing high school seniors about Rush. If anyone in the Decatur Area is interested in being a part of this group, call Kathy Gray at 350-0844 or Mary Louise Ogle at 350-2936.
The Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter was delighted with the success of their major fundraiser, the 10th Annual Arthritis Luncheon and Style Show reports Joyce Overby. Proceeds bene- fitted the Multi-Purpose Arthritis Center at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Anne Pandl Stover was the chairman of the event which raised $1600. And, in May, alumnae and members of the Theta Chapter at Depauw U. conducted a mock rush.
The Long Beach Alumnae Chapter has had a very busy itinerary this year, reports Suzanne Elken. Activities included a seminar on interior decorat- ing, a progressive dinner, and a fashion show, courtesy of Nordstrom's.
Lisa Schliep Lipscomb reports that the Northwest Arkansas Chapter had a successful philanthropic year with an average of $75 per member raised! Fund raisers included the second annual Pretty Baby Photo Contest. Also, several members served in various positions at the Arthritis Telethon in April. In August the chapter hosted the fourth Arkansas State Day. Wilma
SO Denattan
Omaha Alumnae at Founders' Day displaying sign for volunteer project with Make-
Chi Delta Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi
with the support of
The Denver Area Alumnae Chapter
cordially invite you to a celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of the installation of their chapter at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Brunch will be served.
Saturday, November 21, 1987
Hyatt Regency Tech Center
7800 Tufts Avenue
Denver, Colorado
For additional information, please contact:
11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Pat McDonough Zarlengo 6242 South Elmira Circle Englewood, Colorado 80111 (303) 773-3918
Invitations Chairman
Janet Coates Baird
5020 South Florence Drive Englewood, Colorado 80111 (303) 771-6004
Assistant Chairman Karen Brooks Rhea
6983 South Dahlia Street Littleton, Colorado 80122 (303) 8S0-73SS
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Smith Leland was the guest speaker. And this fall they will participate in the Up, Up and Away, the national balloon launch to benefit the Arthritis Founda- tion.
The Nashville Alumnae Chapter reports that Nancy P. Bowers, newly elected Executive Board Member has been elected President of the Nashville Branch of the Middle East Tennessee Arthritis Foundation. In addition, Deborah H. Stillwell, TO DRAGMA editor was elected second Vice- President. Christine Taylor has been recently hired as Public Information Director for the Foundation.
Paula Kluge of the Omaha Alumnae Chapter reports that they took on a volunteer community service project, Make-A-Wish. Make-A-Wish is an organization devoted to granting wishes to terminally ill children. The chapter devoted several hours to the selling of basketball tickets and making
macaroni angels to sell After all of this hard work, over $500 was donated to this worthy cause. Chapter activities for this fall included a Bunco party, College momento night, and a tour through a Designer Showhouse.
The Portland Alumnae Chapter celebrated 70 years this year. The event was officially celebrated at a Founders' Day Brunch, reports Pat Bojinoff. During the year, Peg Crawford, Inter- national President, came to visit the chapter, as well as to tour the research facilities at the Oregon Health Sciences University, Division of Arthritis and Rheumatic Diseases. Peg and the chapter presented the University with a check for $1000 for the Research Fund. The biggest event of the year was the annual Spring Luncheon with a silent auction as a fundraiser for Arthritis Research. In July a new and hopefully annual event was held. Collegians and young alumnae got together for a summer picnic.
The Pullman Washington Alumnae Chapter had a "no bake sale" and auctioned off rubber chickens and ceramic chickens to make money for philanthropy. The chapter's first ever "no bake sale" promised that there was "nothing to bake, nothing to sell, nothing to buy, no time to spend." Alums throughout the area responded with donations—and no baked goods! The rubber and ceramic chickens were much-bid-on commodities at the annual spring auction. Sue Hinz was the auctioneer, cajoling big bids. The ceramic chicken, long a staple at the sale, was again passed along to a lucky bidder. Once a wedding gift to a Pull-man AOFI, the chicken returns each year to the auction. Its earnings for charity to date: more than $100!, reports Sherry Devlin.

Cedar RapidsArea Alumnae Chapter Installed
AOTTChosen As Iowa State U. Outstanding Greek Alumni
Each year at the Greek Awards Banquet at Iowa State University, one Greek Alumni is awarded for his or her outstanding devotion and dedication to his or her fraternity. This year, Eileen Muff, Iota Sigma Chapter Adviser, received this award. Eileen was presented the prestigious award by Robin Copper, Panhellenic Council President.
The criteria for this award includes involvement with the collegiate chapter, alumnae chapter, community, volunteer work and any special work for her fraternity.
Eileen easily fit the criteria for the award. She has been an involved member of AOIT since 1955. She graduated from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and started her AOL! life as the Zeta Rush Chairman.

Members of the newly installed Cedar Rapids Area Alumnae pose with LizCoffey, installing officer.
May 3, 1987, was an important and long-awaited day for the alumnae of the Cedar Rapids area: it was the installa- tion of the Cedar Rapids Area Alumnae Chapter. We were very honored to have Liz Coffey of the Executive Board preside over the installation. We were also grateful to have with us Jean Zimmerman, Regional Vice President
V, Judy Flessner, Regional Extension Officer V , and Pam Hill, Regional Director for Iowa U. The Alpha Theta Chapter of Coe College hosted the installation.
Immediately following the installation of the chapter and officers, the graduat- ing seniors were inducted into the alumnae chapter.
We willneverforget DJF and its faith
in our abilities." —Sara Abler & Eden Edwards, Zeta
A gift toDJF lasts a lifetime.
Send your contributions to
Alpha Omicron Pi Diamond Jubilee Foundation 301 North Harrison St., Building B, Suite 372 Princeton, New Jersey 08540-3512
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Evansville Tri-State Alumnae Chapter Celebrates 40 Years
Evansville Tri-State Alumnae chapter charter members from left: Bernadine Wiley Short, Miriam Oiler Woods, Esther McClellan Landquist, Rita Mendenhall Mengor, Norma Jean Kuhn Robinson.
by Janet Walsh Baize
The Evansville Tri-State Alumnae Chapter was installed on June 7, 1947. The 40th anniversary of that event was celebrated on June 7, 1987, with an open house in the Chi Lambda suite at University of Evansville.
Six of sixteen charter members were present including: Rita Mendenhall Mengon, the first president; Norma Jean Kuhn Robinson; Esther McClellan Lundquist; Miriam Oilar Woods; Ruth Mueller Kleymeyer; and Bernadine Wiley Short.
Past presidents were honored with special nametags. A historical video was taped at the celebration documenting 40 years of growth and sisterhood. The script was written byjune Hamilton Meyer with parts read by various members. Still photos of past events have been added to give a permanent record of "40 Rosy Years."
The small but enthusiastic group of charter members was instrumental in establishing two other important organizations in Evansville, IN. At the suggestion of Peg Nunn Knopsnyder, local alumnae of other sororities were contacted and formed a Panhellenic Council in May, 1949. This group is still active in Evansville.
In December, 1950, the Evansville Tri-State Alumnae petitioned for a charter to establish a collegiate chapter at Evansville College. Chi Lambda Chapter was installed on June 10, 1951. Esther McClellan Lundquist was in charge of installation arrangements.
Evansville Tri-State has remained an active and enthusiastic group winning the Distinguished Service Award at the 1983, 1985 and 1987 conventions.
AOTT Receives Coaching License
On January 10, 1987 Helen Holbrooke Keohane, Sigma, U. of California, Berkeley, received her "A" Level Coaching License from the United States Soccer Federation. She is one of only four women in the U.S. to have achieved this professional level license.
Ms. Holbrooke Keohane was the Woman's Varsity Soccer Coach at Stanford University from 1983-1987. She was the first varsity coach when the program was elevated to a varsity level.
Helen has just returned from the U.S. Olympic Festival held in Durham, North Carolina. She was one of the coaches for the West Women's Soccer team. The final game was held July 24, 1987, and the West Team was victorious, and all received the Olympic Gold Medal.
Offers it's annual scholarship of $800 to sorority members attending any college or university in the United States whose home residence is in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Applicants must be in their sophomore or junior year, and must be active members of a national Panhellenic sorority.
Selection is based on academic records and service to sorority, school and community. For application forms write to:
Nora Kennedy, 18 Pasture Lane, Darien, C T 06820 203-655-7598
Completed forms and accompanying information must be returned by April 1, 1988. Announcement of the scholarship recipient will be made in late spring, 1988.
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Epsilon Omega Installed at Eastern Kentucky U.
Epsilon Omega chapter members pose after installation ceremony.
On Friday, January 23rd, seventy girls were picked to become charter mem- bers of the AOn colony at Eastern Kentucky University. That night the excitement began. We were introduced to the challenge of becoming a success- ful chapter.
It began with an overnight retreat, where we tried to learn the names of the 69 other girls we were to become closer to in the next few months. Officers were soon elected, and their duties spelled out. Chapter President Pam Watson outlined to the entire fraternity exactly what needed to be done to becomeachapter.Atfirstwewereover- whelmed with everything we had to do and wanted to do, but it slowly started to seem posible that we would get it all done. First, our chapter name was selected and approved. It became Epsilon Omega. Next our sub-motto was chosen. We decided on "Each one played a great part," and indeed she did!
Our first great success came during a time at EKU known as Greek Week.All the sororities and fraternities partici- pate in an entire week of activities such as Greek games and Greek Sing. After working for many weeks on a song for Greek Sing, we were very disappointed when we did not place in the top three. However, the next night was Awards night. The fraternities and sororities that have the most points for wins and participation get trophies. Before the awards were announced, an apology was made to the A O r i s for miscalculating the results of Greek Sing the night before. We had really placed third! This enabled us to place third in Greek Week and start the collection for our trophy case. We were off to a good start. Meanwhile, we were learning more and more about the history of AOn through our Chapter consultant, Lynn McMullen and our Fraternity Educator, Elayne Davis. For a philanthropic
project, we sold chocolate bunnies the week before Easter. We also visited a local rest home and distributed jonquils to the patients. In between these activi- ties and schoolwork, we managed to squeeze in sisterhood and individual campus activities. Those that helped us throughout this hectic time were: Troylyn Johnson, Greek Adviser at Eastern, Mary Anne Dewey, Colony Adviser, Chris Campbell, Financial Adviser, Maureen Mekker, Pledge Adviser, Brenda Stratton, Rush Adviser and Beverly Nichols, Chapter Relations Adviser. After all our hard work, we were finally installed as a chapter on April 25, 1987. Peg Crawford, International President, conducted the installation ceremony. Our advisers, Alpha Beta Tau, Kappa Omega, Tau Omega and Omega chapters were there to assist. We celebrated afterward at the Rose Banquet in the Hyatt Regency in Lexington, Kentucky.
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AOTT Installed
at Transylvania University
Tau Omega chapter members pose with Peg Crawford, International President.
On February 14, 1987, a new chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was installed, forty- girls were initiated, and the dream became a reality for the members of the Tau Omega colony at Transylvania University in Lexington, Ky.
Installation weekend began with Inspiration night on Friday, February 13th, with AOn sisters from the Kappa Omega Chapter at the University of Kentucky, assisting.
Saturday, February 14th began with a breakfast for all the girls and later on, initiation, installation, and pledging which was held at the Kappa Omega house at the University of Kentucky. International President, Peg Crawford officiated. Others who assisted included Jan Slagowski, Regional Director; Anne Kaiser, Chapter Adviser for T au Omega; Kenna Sapp, Rush Adviser and Anne Allison, International Rush Chairman. Many of the local alumnae
also attended. And, on that same day, ten special women became associate members of the Tau Omega Chapter.
That night, the Rose Banquet was held at the Lafayette Club in Lexington. Kristi Farmer, Chapter Adviser for Kappa Omega acted as Toastmistress. Those in attendance included the President of Transylvania, Dr. Charles Shearer and Mrs. Shearer, Jill Harbin, Director of Student Activities at Transylvania, and representatives from the other Greek organizations on campus.
On Sunday, February 15, 1987, a campus-wide reception took place at Graham Cottage for Transylvania's newest chapter, Tau Omega. Many university officials, parents, and friends were in attendance to wish T au Omega the best and to share in the celebration of the new Tau Omega chapter.

Epsilon Chi Installed at Elon College
by Robin Stinson Boden
The morning of May 9, 1987 was filled with anticipation and excitement in the Ramada Hotel in Burlington, North Carolina. Brightly-colored balloons filled the blue Carolina skies for miles as balloonists gathered for a rally. "Old sailing buddies" began to gather for a Coast Guard reunion.And final preparations were in motion for the installation of the Epsilon C h i chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi and the initiation of young collegiate women from Elon College.
Elon College is located at Elon College, North Carolina, a small college town near Burlington. Alpha Omicron Pi would be the fifth fraternal group for women at the private college and Epsilon Chi would be the third collegiate chapter of AOIl in the State of North Carolina.
The festivities actually began the night before at the Long Student Center on the Elon College campus. AOIl International president Peg Crawford had just arrived from Chicago, Illinois to lead Rose Inspiration night for the group of exuberant colony members.
The next morning, AOIl alumnae from the surrounding area gathered at the hotel to breakfast with Peg Crawford and Sandy Reeder, Regional Director, from Baltimore, Maryland. Peg Crawford installed the Piedmont North Carolina Alumnae Chapter; most of these local women had never even known each other, until Alpha Omicron Pi brought them together.
Epsilon Chi chapter members and Peg Crawford, International President, pose together after installation ceremonies.
Peg Crawford continued with the initiation of the new members, assisted by Sandy Reeder, Jane Vondy, chapter adviser and members of the newly- installed alumnae chapter. Also assist- ing were collegians from the Zeta Psi chapter at nearby East Carolina Univer- sity. After the initiation of the new members, M rs. Crawford proceeded with the installation of Epsilon Chi Chapter, the installation of the chapter officers, and the pledging of the first pledge class.
Saturday night was a special time as the new members, both collegians and alumnae, gathered with family and friends for the Rose Banquet celebrated at the Ramada Hotel, Burlington, North Carolina. Elon College officials present were Bill Long, Director of Alumni Affairs and David Atkins, Elon Greek Adviser. After the traditional readings and a moving address by Mrs. Crawford on the meaning of Alpha Omicron Pi, Dee Sage, alumnae treasurer, presented gifts to Colony President Janet Murphy and Chapter president Lori Deese.
Epsilon Chi was colonized on October 9, 1986. The chapter owes great thanks to Jane Vondy, Chapter adviser, Susan Hopkins, Rush Adviser, Beverly Gass, Installation chairman, Eleanor Hahn, Banquet Chairman, and Debbie Harllee, alumnae adviser.
Karen Thompson, Elon Faculty Adviser, was also initiated as an associate member of Alpha Omicron Pi.
Epsilon Chiisofftoagreat start with the highest academic standing of any Panhellenic group on campus.
Several awards were presented at the Rose Banquet. Michele Ann Stack was presented with the Alumni Advisory Board Award. The Piedmont North Carolina Alumnae Chapter presented the Scholarship Award to Carol Lynette Dove and Senior Recognition Gifts to Kelley Ann Cody and Martha Cindia Thomas.
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Peg Crawford and Piedmont NC Alumnae Chapter members after Rose Banquet. 40

Delta Chapter Installed at Tufts University
by Margie Arbaugh Lamar
April 11, 1987 was one of those sparkling Spring days New Englanders wait for all winter long. The seventy members of Delta Colony at Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts, led by their dedicated Colony President, Anna Pizzo, had been preparing for their Initiation and the Installation of their chapter into Alpha Omicron Pi for just over a year.
The festivities began on Friday evening with Rose Inspiration night in the Crane Room, Paige Hall of the Tufts campus, led by eight collegiate members of Gamma Chapter, University of Maine, Susan Beasley, Anna Costa, Lee Durocher, Lisa Fox, Sharon LaFlamme, Elizabeth Nagelin, Jennifer Patel, and Karin Soucy. With everyone seated in a circle the meaing of AOn, its traditions and songs were shared with soon-to-be sisters. T w o gifts were presented to the new chapter, a beautiful storage box made of new pine (symbolizing the new chapter) with an antique knob (symbolizing the original Delta Chapter), and a tape of AOII songs recorded by G a m m a Chapter . Also sharing this special night were Peg Crawford, International President, Rebecca Woods, Regional Director, Mary Jean Polaski, Regional Vice- President, Patricia Shelton Moxon, Regional Rush Officer and Debra Verrill, Chapter Adviser.
On Saturday morning alumnae began arriving at Tufts Catholic Center at the edge of the campus to rehearse for the Initiation and Installation ceremonies to be conducted by Peg Crawford with assistance from Becky Woods and Debbie Verrill. Jean Marcy Sells, Zeta, Installation Chairman, had arranged for assistants and sponsors from the other visiting Regional Officers, M.J. Polaski and Trish Moxon, the visiting Gamma sisters who had led Inspiration Night; additional members of the chapter advisory board, Constance Clark Blanchard, Delta, Financial Adviser, Rita Phelan, Chi Delta, Rush Adviser, Carolyn Wellington, Phi, Scholarship Adviser, and Terry Wilson, Theta Chi, Pledge Adviser; members of the Boston Alumnae Chapter, including Past Inter- national President Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy, Iota Alpha, Suzanne Mumma Aupperle, Upsilon Alpha,
ft i%
Fall 1987
Delta Chapter members.
Caryl Magnus Boyden, Delta, Sarah Burton, Sigma Chi, Katherine Davis Carter, Theta, Patricia Eggers Gerty, Kappa Theta, Margie Arbaugh Lamar, Chi Delta, Donna Strettar Sheridan, Phi Omicron, and other visiting alumnae, Susan Emery, Gamma and Joan Drake, Gamma. For two other alumnae members this was a very special day. Susan Alemian Bently, Delta, was the sponsor for her daughter, Diana, and Gale Tellefsen Bellafiore, Theta Pi, was sponsor for her neice, Lisa Tittemore.
Peg Crawford made every single person feel her special warmth during the Initiation ceremony. Immediately following the Initiation Peg installed Delta Chapter into Alpha Omicron Pi and installed the new officers of Delta Chapter. Then each new initiate had the thrill of signing her name to the new Delta Chapter Charter. A light buffet luncheon was served in the Recreation room to celebrate the Initiation and Installation.
their daughters for this special event, as well as additional alumnae Louise Choulian, Delta, Mildred Ward Eldridge, Delta and Donna Bolt Hoover, Beta Phi. After dinner Jean Sells, toast- mistress, introduced Elizabeth Stewart, Delta Chapter President, who extended greetings to visiting officers, alumnae and parents, and thanked all those who made this day possible. Other speakers at the banquet were Peg Crawford, Eleanore MacCurdy, Becky Woods, M.J. Polaski and Trish Moxon. Peg Craw- ford presented Liz Stewart with her president's ring and a gavel. Many other gifts and greetings were gratefully received by the new president.
Delta Chapter is already contributing excellence to the scholarship oriented Tufts University with many honors winners among its members. The Vice- President and Secretary of the campus Panhellenic organization are Anna Pizzo and Rhonda Lake, respectfully. The chapter is also furnishing leadership in sports with two captains of inter-collegiate teams. The chapter hopes to continue to build a mutual
The setting for the Rose Banquet was
the Winthrop Room of the new
Embassy Suites Hotel in near-by
Boston, decorated with dozens of red respect between university and roses. Many parents were able to join fraternity.

AMessage frm The Foundation President:
Pride shows in every page . . .
Pride in the Fraternity and its important programs demonstrated by the many alumnae donating to the Development Fund whose names are listed in the coming pages.
Pride in the establishment of the Endowment fund of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation and its major introduction at the 1987 International Contention.
Pride in the additional generous donation to the Endowment by Jessie Marie Cramer with its interest designated for Chapter Adviser training—a project of great benefit to our fraternity and the advisers themselves.
Pride in Alpha Omicron Pi's contribution to Arthritis Research through the presentation this year of $60,000 in grants from funds raised by our collegians and alumnae.
Pride in our Ruby Fund and its growth to aid sisters in need as reported to you elsewhere in the magazine.
Pride in the collegiate and alumnae chapter Foundation award and citation winners. See the list in this issue and know that these awards represent great effort on the chapters' part and a chaUenge to others to be the award recipients in the next year.
Pride in the growth of our Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation which brought about the need to increase the size of the Foundation Board of Directors and to update the bylaws to better serve its growth and plans for the future. Increased support to the Fraternity tor educational a n d leadership training programs, increased staff tor the Foundation,
increased computer and office equipment, specific programs for the growth of the Endowment to one million dollars by Alpha Omicron Pi's centennial in 1997 are examples of the work being done by the Foundation overseen by the Board of Directors. Annual Directors' meetings will continue to concentrate on these patterns for growth and on the very necessary safe-guarding and expansion of funds to provide for it.
Pride in all of you as you read these pages about the Foundation and continue your financial support which enriches the lives of so many.
Pride in the work of the Foundation under the leadership of immediate past President Barbara Hunt.
And lastly, my personal pride in having the opportunity to serve the Foundation and to work with the dedicated women who are your Foundation Board of Directors. Here's to a continuation of excellence.
Kay Hansen Sutherlin
A\pha Omicron Pi Philanthropic Foundation, lnc.13821 Cleghorn Avenue/Nashville, Tennessee 37215

Development furfe
The Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is pleased to salute and publicly thank all alumnae who have supported Alpha Omicron Pi through donations to the Development Fund. One of four funds of the Foundation, the Development Fund supports educational programs of the Fraternity.
Special recognition goes to those alumnae who have supported the Development Fund year after year and have attained specified cumulative giving levels designated below.
Irene Mathilda Lutz Dunham, Omicron Pi U. ol Michigan Natalie Overall Warren. Nil Omicron. Vanderbilt U.
Phyllis Marguerite Arner Westerman Rho Northwestern U
Dorothy Good Anderson. Tau.U. of Minnesota Eunice Helena Force Barkell. Lambda. Stanford U. Jessie Marie Senor Cramer. Phi. U. of Kansas Dorothy Bogen Farrington, Lambda. Stanlord U Martha Griffith Houston. Pi Kappa. U. of Texas Margarel J. Dorr Schutt. Rho. Northwestern U
Louisiana State U.
Margaret Bres Abshire
Mary Elizabeth OConnor Gadwell Susan Hardin Mahon
Nancy Ellen Hollenbeck Mouliere
Montana StateU.
Joan Elizabeth Hansen Jacobsen Oriel Campbell Moiphey
Florida StateU.
Patricia Kay Donaldson Cox Julia Kennon Dunn
ALPHA RHO OregonStateU. Carol Ann Cooper
U. of Oregon
Peggy Jane Peebler Decker
Dorothy Elma Hartshorn Kortepeter Irma Grace Hudson Morrow
Jane Carol Wonders Stitt
Michigan StateU.
Susan Dana Elder
Irene Florence Wager Oestrike
Indiana U.
Margery Carole Laycock
Mary Ruth Whiteley McKnight
Mary Alice Burch Fizer
Irene Marie K. Becker Ferguson Martha Lois Garrahan Hazard Marjorie Frances Kincaid Mclntyre
U. of Colorado
Sydney Ann Arner
Jane K. Beard
Marilyn June Kennedy Goss Elizabeth Louise McCarver Tolson
Mary Ann Vaughan Stark
DELTA OMEGA Murray StateU.
Susan Lynn Pace Brodnan
Central Missouri StateU. Sharon Diane Martin
San Jose StateU.
Marlene Joann Peteison Adams Marilyn Ann Myers Lieber Joyce Ella Osborn
Pennsylvania State U.
Lenore Helen Hofmann Freilag Hazie Jane Davis Heaton Joanne Lynne Yergey Keith
U. of Wisconsin
Dorothy Jane Basselt Knoll Matilda E Keenan Lunn Helen Muriel Laird McPhee
U. of Florida
Dana Kay Baumgardner Kluft Elizabeth Ashton Gordy Schulz
U. of Illinois
Wilma May Allen Bredar Suzanne Marie Meyer Ferreira Erma Alvira Bisself Hedgcock Kathleeen A n n Rippel Holmes Beatrice Esther Levy Johnston Margaret Helen Waldo Lewis
KAPPA ALPHA Indiana StateU.
Jane Kay Wilkinson Sotebeer
KAPPA GAMMA Florida SouthernU. Nancy Lambeth Ford
Mary Ann Myers
Western MichiganU. Angelme Mary Spehar Zantjer
U. of California-Los Angeles
Dorothy Mae Bishop Garber Norma Lois Godfrey Taylor
LAMBA SIGMA U. ofGeorgia
Judith Frances Bagby
U. of Mississippi Jana Scott Phillips Howell
NU IOTA Northern IllinoisU. Nancy Luise Wargo
Southern Methodist U.
Valerie Verne Benoist Adams Lucille Fiances Price Jones
U. of Southern California
Gail L. Sullivan
Nancy Lee Anderson Vivas
Vanderbilt U.
Julie A. Fassett
Marianna McAllister LaRue Alison Fox Walton Macheras Katrina Overall McDonald Jean Graham Whorley Tripp Jayne Ann Owens Woods
Margaret Isabelle Barr Amos Edith Roberta Cope Lockard
U. of Michigan
Sarah Elizabeth Burroughs Mary Ellen Appleton Fralick Doris Pauline Koch
Irene Mane Doherty Malheson Phyllis Jane Peterson
Abigail Roberts Vanwagenen
U. of Kansas
Mary Lee McCammon Williams
East TennesseeStateU. Lois Ann Hawkins
U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Barbara A n n Daugs Hunt
PHI LAMBDA Youngstown StateU.
Patricia Mane McAlee McNicholas
Anne Lewis Witl Allison. Omicron. U. of Tennessee
Edith Elizabeth Huntington Anderson. Beta Phi Indiana U
Evalyn Starr Bloomer. Phi. U. ot Kansas
Jeanne Elaine Lindsey Butler. Omicron Pi. U. of Michigan
Virginia Anne Banks. Pi Kappa. U. of Texas
Janirae Linebaugh Callaway. Omicron. U. of Tennessee
Marianne Davies Carton. Upsilon. U. ot Washington
Blanche E. Franklin Chilcote. Alpha Phi. Montana Stale U.
Helen Scott Cantine Dunn. Alpha Sigma. U. of Oregon
Mary Louise Naumann Douglas. Pi Kappa. U. of Texas
Jane Dudley Epley Sigma, U. of California-Berkeley
Lois Jo Falkner Griffith, Rho, Northwestern U.
Jo Beth Walling Heflin. Pi Kappa, U. of Texas
Nancy Jane Hesse, lota, U. of Illinois
Nancy Martha Heilihy Jakobs, Upsilon Alpha. U. of Arizona
Susan Camille Wayenberg Hinz. Alpha Gamma. Washington State U. Lucile Dvorak Kirk. Omega, Miami U.
Patricia A n n Velliguette Koproski. Beta Gamma Michigan
Jane Virginia Kessler Kurtiss. Zeta, U. of Nebraska
Mabel Snyder Landis. Chi Lambda. U. of Evansville
Julia Ann Mills Littlejohn. Alpha T au. Denison U
Beverly Joan Emerson Locke. Phi. U. of Kansas
Barbara Evelyn Hollis McMilan Alpha Sigma. U, of Oregon
Veroka Wampler Morrison. Alpha Rho. Oregon Stale U.
Evelyn Harriet Davenport Parker, lota. U. of Illinois
Dorothy Abbolt Petersen. Zela. U. of Nebraska
Lydia Jane Cable Phillips. Kappa Theta. U. ol California-Los Angeles Marilyn Louise George Poluzzi. Theta. DePauw U,
June Morris Silverman. Theta. DePauw U.
Lucile Margaret Hendricks Spencer. Zeta. U. of Nebraska
Kay Fern Hansen Sutherlin. Theta. DePauw U.
Henrietta Meta Blanc Tow, Kappa Theta, U. of California-Los Angeles Reba Alice Shannon Traber. Upsilon. U. of Washington
Gretchen Charlin Vanslyke Welsh. Pi Delta. U. of Maryland
Fall 1987
U. of Evansville
Elizabeth A n n Romine Mary Antoinette Reitz
Margaret Lewis Baxter McArdle

Newcomb College
Ezrene Fisk Bouchelle
Gayle Rhoades Marschall Cosgrove Ann Leslie Lingan Dissen
U. of Maryland
Martha Ross Temple Alderson Cassandra Anne Bond Carney Mary Charlotte Farrington Chaney Betsy Mintzer
Joanne Ross Wilder
U. of Texas
Jo Anne Breitmeyer
Barbara Ann Cryer Bowermaster Nancy Kay Anderson Clark
Tova Quist Craig
Bertha Urban Thurman Kinsey Frances Kathryn Schnitzer Loeppert Gretchen Baarsch McEwen
Angela Serpe Metzger Renee A De Smet Mogni Maxine Griffith Pusinelli Carole Lynn Merrick Ringer
U. ofCalifornia-Berkeley
Janice Lee Melton Adams
Janet Letson Hackley
Mary Elizabeth Thompson McReynolds Louise Kramer Mills
Carol J- Munson
Rosalinda Amelia Olcese Ricconi Traude Maria Kriz Valachi
SIGMACHI Hartwick College Barbara Jones Bennett
U. of Minnesota Inez Kolar Petrok
TAU DELTA Birmingham-Southern College Susan Kay Edmunds Lewis
Helen LaVerne Woolford Coffin Pauline Earle Townes Finley Jean Louise Lave Hawley Carol Ann Roesener Jackson Lois Carol Smart Lehner
Mary Elizabeth Schultheis Stoudenmire Martha Matilda McKinney Wilhoite
Northern Arizona U.
Jill Deyo Macey Bourns Nancy Jo McConaha
U. of Toledo
Lois Elizabeth Zeigler Billig
U. of Washington
Helen Whiting Johnson Ann Lorraine Schultz Pare
U. ofNebraska
Kathryn Alma Carver McKee Diana Lee Rasmussen Meiches
ALPHA Barnard College Hester M. Rusk
Western KentuckyU.
Sylvia Rae Hallenberger Klein Karen Jean Fiddelke Towell
U. of Alabama
Mary Elizabeth Hood
Carole Ruth Jurenko Jones Catherine Ann Taylor Moore Virginia Joy Lewis Rhea Denise Arden Simmons Moira Elizabeth Judas Smith
Washington StateU.
Grace Greenawalt Beefier
Judy Stein Falk
Deborah Ann Hernas
Evelyn Maxine Krause Hickman Agnes Genevieve Smick Knott Peggy Lenore Moss Ostrander Carol Louise Garretson Redman Mildred Mary Hunt Vatnsdal
Louisiana State U.
Bonnie Marie Dunlap
Irma Marie Louise Kenney Gilmer Cynthia Kay Smith Petty
Montana StateU.
Julie Ann Paugh Curd
Bess Barbara Philips Daum
Etta Verna Haynes Dobbin
Mary Danielson Drummond Mary Ursula Egan
Jean Leverich lenham Hansen Laura Hermansen
Lillian Georgina Krulatz Hughes Beverly Elise Vatcher Koppang Amy Pound
Peggy Glass Scott Reeves Lorene Alice Stranahan
Verna Marie Willis
Florida StateU.
Rita Leddy Baker
Angela Amelia Griley Creed Lucile Dale Haag
Pamela Ann Mathis Hoveland Mary Katherine Mask Michael
Oregon State U.
Natalie Louise Essig Cantrell Carol Joyce Clark
Jeannetta Rice Hewitt
Melba Hartzell Hicklin
Molly Carolyn Taylor Jackson Helen Knips
Barbara Lee Bierer Long
Clara Knips Sharp
Audrey Wiencken Smith Anne Reid Steele
U. of Oregon
Margaret Yvonne Torgler Davis Anita Kellogg Gibson
Rebecca Ann Nelson
Vera Snow Reid
Jean Rhosa King Brown
Frances Emily Riebel Fullerton Natalie Elizabeth Cowan Scharre Margaret Lucilfe Vanhorn Stearns Mildred Hull Sweeder
Mary Edith Myers Taylor
Michigan State U.
Marjorie Louise Dinan Bouck Helen Hotlister Lee Foster Molly Temple Howell
Sharon Ruth McKee
Carol Ethel Wolfe Mendrick Dons E. Baguley Miller Joanne Shirley Nelson Nowak Charlene Ellen Brown Potter Louise Muncie Roehm
Donna Ruth Messenger Rowe Sandra Irene Obeshaw Slee Carol Des Jardins Wilcox
U. of British Columbia Barbara Bea McTavish Thurston
llinois WesleyanU.
Kathy Dueball
Ann Bloomquist Hougham
Juliana Nancy Bane Bordner
Yvonne Jean Park Boseker
Margaret Alice Thompson Bowles
Catherine Eliza Williams Broyles
Anna Katherine Greenawalt Diggins U. of Evansville Jean Drevenstedt
Nancy Louise Baier Gilbert Marilyn Jean Minor Haas Cicely May Desilver Hindenach Dorothy Jane Jennings
Barbara Ann Ernst Bruening Alice Sage Reeve Cannon Marcia Lynette Bond Evans Beverly Jane Datlo Martino Dorothy Lucille Lane Oliver Mildred Janet Sittser Olsen Mary Elizabeth Harper Thomas
U. of California-Davis
Susan Lynn Appleton Marian Louise Rule Cope
U. of Colorado
Allison Elizabeth Massey Woram
EPSILON CornellU. Gwendolyn Owen Faith
Pennsylvania StateU.
Diane Ruth Edelman Bardman Gladys Evelyn Raemsch Betts Gertrude Louise Bryant
Jacquelyn Ruth Struble Dinwiddie Debra A n n Trueax Eilert
Betty Elinor Widger Johler Marion Mae Eberts Johnson Eleanor Gwynn Merrifield Barbara Torrence Nelson
Barbara Louise Beatty Phillips Kathryn Carpenter Aungst Reed Sara Josephine Lowenberg Stern
Elizabeth Jane Fellny Eskew Patricia Joan Kooken Golgart Frances Cordelia Baylor Guenther Susanne Fogq Harrison
Mary Helen Seiple Kilman
Ruth Harpole Mueller Kleymeyer Jane Ann Barr Kohr
Marjorie Anne Boyd Lind
Josephine Marie Walsh McConnell Laura Eleanora Gilliam McDowell Ruth McKorkle
Catherine Ann Ohnemus McGowan Hallie Elmira Keen Moyer
Nona Joyce Neff Oesterle
Mildred Cooper Peters
Selma Pauline Drabing Pond
Gail Geneve Glenn Ramsey
Mary Elizabeth Mcllveen Rose Elaine Marie Luebbe Schultheis Nancy Ellen Samek Singleton Joanne Bowlby Speyer
Mary Ellen Jenkins Whitlock Geneva Winifred Crayden Wiseman Carolyn Jane Feutz Zehendner
Eastern MichiganU. 8arbara Jean Zolnierczak
U. of Montana
Anita Rae Schmeber Lewis
U. of Toronto
Margaret Ann McKee Pattison
Ruth McClurg Brown lone H. Agnew Duval
Carolyn Anne Patterson Brown Catherine Marie Fondong Margaret Korff Kinkel
Linda Kay Capin Paine
Marie Barrett Carney
Marian V. Sears Chaffin Ruth Anna Dresser Metcalfe Annabelle Evelyn Robbins
U. of Southwest Louisiana
Karen Nell Willis Bernard Nancy Lynn Tuttle Boisture Beatrice Parkerson Dupuis Florence Sanders Jones
Angela Corinne Kennedy Payne Winifred Annette Perkins
Murray StateU.
Patsy Gail Jones Bishop Lana Loy Garner Porter
Central Missouri StateU. Barbara Jean Bonnichsen Sparks
San Jose State U.
Bene Jo Belda
Nancy Claire Schlosser Dunn Marilyn Lucilla Wylie Hart
Irene Rose Woodworth Shephard
Paula Gene Barta
Ruth Ann Olson Gatchell
Ann Carol Morgan Hayslip
Ann Marie Hansen Hickman
Harriett Matilda Burke Histed
Susan Elizabeth Reid Mattern
Maria Theresa Medici
Effie Lucetta Gleason Miles
Joanne Inez Bruland O'Dwyer
Carol Joy Harrington Roehrs
Diane Constance Panagakis Rouman Marjorie Day Cousley Winkler Mary Rebecca Shook Weinberg
Mary Belle Zahn
U. of Wisconsin-Madison
Katherine Elizabeth Turner Dote Margaret Isabel Ebert Kelk Margaret E. Heinecke Ladwig Elizabeth M. Hiestand McKenna Leone Claire Glau McMillen Helen Susan Barron Moss Eleanor Sikes Peters
Elynore Frances Bell Wegner
U. of Maine-Orono
Annette Rosemarie Simoneau Bliss Maryann Carr Tiemann
George MasonU.
Janis Marie Davidson Bates Lisa Ann Disher
Alpha Omicron Pi Philanthropic Foundation Giving Levels
The Foundation is pleased to honor its alumnae who reach certain cumulative giving levels. All gifts received within each campaign year compound your cumulative total. The following levels have been established:
$2500 Founders' Roll
$1000 President's Roll
$500 $250 $125
Patron Sponsor
Sustaining Member
U. of Florida
Catherine Anne Burnette Braude
Charlotte Townsend Burton Bray Jill Ann Cantera
Dolly Loraine Sadler Garcia Linda Carol Greene
Sandra Sue Fuller Jewell
Faith Lee Tulino Myer
Kim Cecilia Bechamps Perez Carolyn Blakely Richards Robinson Elizabeth C. Varnum Townsend
Georgia StateU.
Marcia Lane Welch Davis Laura Marie Elliott
Patricia Jane Cowley Hardy Idella Lyn Rogers-Haney
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Ruby Fund Report
There were 15 Ruby Fund cases this past year, more than in any previous single year. Assistance had to be deferred on the last approved case until July, the new fiscal year, as all of the $19,100 Program Services budgeted fundshadbeen expended bytheendofMay.Theamount budgeted is determinedfromthenetincomeofthepreviousyear.ThesupportofallAOFIsistersandchapters every year is essential to the continuation of Ruby Fund assistance. Itis also hoped that all sisters who have been helped by our Ruby Fund will consider it a "revolving fund" and will contribute when their financial situations improve so that other sisters-in-need m ay be helped.
This year 93 of our Alumnae Chapters contributed $6,700 and 70 of our Collegiate Chapters contributed $6,200. Certificates of Appreciation were awarded at Convention to the top contributing Chapters as follows:
Northeast Louisiana U.
Cheryl A n n Larrieu Bourg Tern Denise Parker Marshall Lois Elaine Klemme Theriot
New York University
Martha Jane Morrissey Albert Patricia Fahy
Valarie Crosby Lippman
Elise Belle C . Rebaza Oswald Elizabeth A . Beatty Saltan
U. of Mississippi
Mary Elizabeth Barrett
Ellen Elizabeth Roberts Russell
Northern IllinoisU.
Karen Lynn Bledsoe Bear Elizabeth Ann Griffin Hasser Judy Ellen Young Huss Marcia Elizabeth Davis Moser Carolyn Grace Wartinbee
NU KAPPA Southern MethodistU. Helen Cummings Graves
U. of Southern California
Yvonne Frances Spalding Banta Geraldine Hunt Brinkley Clark
Jody Clark
Camille Lamar Tribelhorn Crawford Katherine Gulmert
Virginia Lee Cake Mclntyre Carol E. Emmerling Sawyer Jane Ann Snider
Virginia Jean Gardner Yerkes
Vanderbilt U.
Diana Roberts Thompson Alden Mandy Gray Simpson Barbara Alice Ann Vaughan Barge
Anne Douglas Cowen Beauchamp Alice Williamson Bratton
Clara Rosalie Carr Carson Anne Eaton Meeks Davis Ellena Webb Douglass
Cynthia Elaine Freeman
Jayne Alston Napier Gordon Barbara Bridgeman Dunn Hack Mary Russell Robinson Herod Nina Chambers Martin
Katie Rose Woods McClendon Mary Kathryn Riley Michel Laverne McNelly Mock
Suzanne Gail Duke Orebaugh Evelyn P e t Shepherd Pruden Patricia Carroll Burnett Rhodes Deborah Lynn Harper Stillwell Bridged Leigh Luther Thompson Eleanor Gertrude Walker Threlkel Pearl N. Tuttle
Nancy Ellen Finley Vaughan
Miami U.
Eleanor Louise King Blank
Linda Mae Ekberg Blau
Sarah Badger Brown
Anna E. McConnaughy Easterday Lois Stringfellow Eeles
Nancy Jane McConnaughy Ehrman Denise Sue Hewitt Fargo
Mary Barnelt Boles Folken
Alice Gertrude Peterson Harrison Barbara K a y Henritze
Carol A n n Fiala Jacob
Frances Marjorie Boothe Kende Jean Ballinger King
Phylis E. Kreuzwieser
Kim Anne Bestgen Luczywo Nancy Lynne Shanks Marburger Ruth Esther Tallman Pifer
Susan Fried Schnelzer
Alice Jean Debuino Schuette Rita Ann Karrick Strebel
Nancy Carmean Sullivan
U. of Illinois
Audrey Gayle Shaw Dusendschon Shirley Ann Bradshaw Gillette Margaret Aileen Hagan
Irene Jeanette Davis Jansen
Ruth Charlotte Page Kephart Patricia E Hollman Klint
Linda K a y Brownfield Liermann Gertrude Elizabeth Moore Pierce Barbara Jean Stehno
Jennifer Ellen Swenson Warren
IOTA ALPHA Idaho StateU.
Mary Julia Daly Enwall
IOTA TAU U.ofWisconsin-Stout Mildied lona Turney
Randolph Macon Woman's College
Nan Wilma Brown Benson Charlsie Berly
Lucy SomerviNe Howorth
Adelaide Carieton Sterne Lentz Eleanor Frances Manning Robbins Mary Allen Hazen Tucker
Jane Boggess Myiander Wamwnght
Clark Boyd
Fall 1 9 8 7
(over 35 members) (up to 35 members) (over 65 members) (up to 65 members)
Phoenix Kentuckiana Zeta
Kappa T au
$570.00 219.00 500.00 200.00
The Ruby Fund Committee would like to especially commend and thank the following Chapters whose gifts to the "Heart of AOIT" were over $100:
Alumnae Collegiate
Chicago West Suburban Dallas
East Bay
Greater Kansas City Huntsville Indianapolis*
Long Beach
Macomb County Palo Alto
St. Louis
San Diego
San Jose
Southern Orange County Terre Haute
*Over $500.00
Alpha C h i Alpha Delta Chi Alpha
Chi Delta Delta Alpha Epsilon Alpha Gamma Sigma Kappa Gamma Kappa Omega Lambda Beta Lambda C h i Lambda Sigma
N u Beta Phi
Phi Delta
Phi Upsilon Rho Omicron Sigma C h i Sigma Phi Tau Delta
T au Omega Theta
Indiana StateU.
Kathleen Ammert Colhngs Bosworth Florence Dodge Ennis
Norah L e a Bush McKay
Carla J o Showers Paul
Irma E. Himmelbauer Vesser
KAPPA GAMMA Florida Southern
Donna Mae Thompson Kuiken
Ball StateU.
Ohio Northern U.
Arminah Ellen Davis Pamela Jean Henry
Jean Perry Hiler Maroder
Judith Catherine Boyle McComie
California State U.-Long Beach
Pamela Sue Caudill Elizabeth Anne Craig Nancy Yoko Ishida Maryiane F a y Johnson Laureen Sue Paisley
LAMBDACHI LaGrange College Ronda Faye Holloway
U. of California-San Diego Susan Davies
U. of Georgia
Donna Katherine Gude Barwick Lisa Helen Wbitten Bowen
Kathy Jean Wigington Culpepper Saran Hurt Friend Dickerson Melanie Nixon Doyle
KeIh Susan Fitzpatrick Burrill
Candace Lynn Kirkwood Colyer
Barbara Joan Griltiths Erickson
Patricia Jeanne Mitchell Hoopingarner Patricia Marie Eggers Gerty Pamela Sue Jordan
Janet Sue Royer Parsons
Rhodes College
Martha Biggs Cage Edge Helen Quindley McClure
Joan Frances Deathe MacCailum Marilyn Winnie R Mirabelli
Anita Damato Neale
Judith Theresa Hasche
Margaret Hall Clifton Henrich Jane Mane Campion Leininger Dorothy LeeWoodbury Linn Lucile Gertrude Burbeck Pannell Mary Young Poulton Pingree Jean Albeila Cook Steinberger Mary Louise Fitzpatrick Taylor Gwendolyn J . Thompson Ward
Velda Hancock Berry Geraldine Lloyd Hicks Dorothy Ann Huff
Pamela Jean Fortner
Joni Denise Farmer Frobos
Emily Jane Huie Langston
Fid Christina Lamas Menzelos
Laura Palmer Perry
Sarah Julia Russo
Ruth Artrue Estes Trager
Beverly Marcell Scarboro Willingham Ruth Ann Whitehead Shorter
Western Michigan U.
Rebecca Dragos Massie Doris Ann Cline McKenzie Harriet Jane Heethuis Oliver
U. of California-Los Angeles
Jane Francco Keenan Andre Carol Lorraine Spence Barrow Mary Leigh Walters Blek
OMEGA OMICRON Lambuth College

SUSTAINING MEMBERS Margaret Ann Knox Lattimore Michal Anne Lord
Beverly Jane Hayer Harris Pamela K Hickman
Lois Jeannette Hennmg Kroeger Jessie McAdam Lamed
Kaia Marie Ellingson Lehman Wilma Helen Smith Leland Patricia Gertrude Johnson Lill Sandra Elizabeth Rodgers Markel Helen Patricia Struble Regan Marie Bremer Reim
Jean Behrends Rotegard
Eddice Dochterman Sullivan
Birmingham-Southern College
Lynn Marie Martin Anderson Janice Ruth West Ingram Edna Jean Reynolds Parks
U. of Tennessee-Martin Cynthia Gay Smith
Sarah Dorman Bailey
Ruth Esther Bush Bauer
Jane Ann Briner Beavers
Marianna Hahl Beers
Katherine Elizabeth Davis Carter Annamargaret Chapman Clutter Lenore Alice Johnson Coon
Pauline Anne Schmidt Englert Marilyn Lee Faris
Sylvia Nell Yott Gavit
Pauline Stark Harris
Helen Jeanne Beaubien Hayford Patricia Jean Roper Hurbaugh Phyllis Lorraine Dodds Kaiser
Helen Doane Walker Kessell
Mary Asenath Morrison O'Bear Frances Margaret Bryan Poole
Cora DealbaBrodhecker Robertson Dorothy lone Donlen Shepard Elizabeth Elle Buckingham Tourtelol Harriett Dugan Veach
Irene Lillian Lumby Welker
Miriam Oilar Woods
U. of Cincinnati
Lou Anne Moon Bunnel Doris Ann Eberhardt
Daisy Virginia Pott Lindsley
U. of Arizona
Marianne Hicks Kiter Janis Tremble Nelson
U. of Oklahoma
Dora Deane Childress Newman
Pauline Moore Carman
Phyllis Mae Davidson Dunlap Mary Lee Glen Ehrke
Bette Lou Wefso Hagel
Elizabeth Mae Evans Hummel Elizabeth M MacFarlane Jensen Helen Nona Bergin Kampfe Janice Rae Foote Luhn
li ma Clarice Mattingly
Bertha Jane Carr Miller
Jean Elizabeth Marcy Sells
Faye Curry Stannaro
Jacquelyn Ann Alber Sutton
Morehead StateU.
Anne Westertield Adams Eva Carol Scott Ellis
U. of Tennessee-Knoxville
Nancy Ellen Horner Bettis
Mary Elizabeth Moore Dominick Emily Miller Mafian Faust
Mattie Elizabeth Stewart Sammons Emily McGee Handly Spence
U. of Michigan
Esther May Bradley Ayres
Dorothy Marie Adams Bychinsky Ella Babs Carle Collins
Ruth Genevieve Morey Eisele Marjory Lucile Hittle Harrington Wanda Janet Walgenback Jacobson Nancy Anne Kuchta Mack
Pamela Ann Smith Mooradian
Linda Mae Lanigan Moss
Marva Helen Hough Notestine Elizabeth Graves Morley Pentrop Marion Tanner Rylander
Virginia Louise Vanzandt Snider Fern Elaine Wunluck Spooner
Mary Georgia Kokales Tower
Grace Lenore Manbeck Weber
U. of Kansas
Beatrice Eugenia Hagedorn Amyx Glee Starr Bloomer
Barbara Ann Burnett
Neva Anne Brown Conway Maxme Aleta Earhart Dees
Eunice Ellen Hanes
Elizabeth Olive Tice Stewart Virginia E. Zenishek Struble
Lucille Meredith Evans Underwood
U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Lindy Anne Motl Legener Sharon Ann Limberg Schroeder
Youngstown StateU.
Mary Lou Goncz Krauss Virginia Krupa Shaw
Kearney State College Linda Jean Wessels Troester
Rosalyn Franta
Jane Julianne Geiger Niemeier Jill Ann Williamson
Newcomb College
Mary Elizabeth Bolton Brown Emily Elizabeth Sanchez Hall Beverly Walton Kerr
Jan Gore Mounger
U. of Maryland
Dorothy Hilda Miles Blood
Anna Helen Emily Dorsey Cooke Mildred Lee Morris Darkis
Eunice Lucile Chas Miller Ellis Ruth Louise Miles Henderson Theresa Ruth Herring Hongell Phyllis Regma Sell MacVeigh Irene C. Fredrickson Schumacher Carolyn Louise Vogt Taylor
Nellie Rebekah Fouts Wnarton Nadia Virginia Wright Zimmerman
U. of Texas
Ruth Awiette Neel Miller
Virginia Lucille Maloney Walker
U. of Pennsylvania
Helen Charlotte Wallauer Horner Helen Louise Euerle Huelsebus Emma Carolyn Taylor Kitchin
Northwestern U.
Dorothy Mona Broad Andreu
Diane Beverly Bleiberg
Betty Louise Brown Burgoyne Nancy Katheryn Vanmeter Colpaert Dorothy Isabel Bruniga Dean Joanne Carol Westertield Dunn Susan Roberta Enlow
Patricia Adele Jonas Handtmann Emily L. Jonas Hill
Virginia Mary Wolsey Huizinga Jane M. Satter Kayser
Beatrice C. Segsworth Kitchen Dorothy Ann Wallin Larson Carolyn Death McConnell
Karina Charlotte Jacobson Pingry Helen Jeanne Compere Rahe Oueenie Evelyn Broad Rosendahl Arleta Kirlin Schaub
Marilyn June Schumacher Shortridge Virginia Snook Tell
Louise Talman Lowry Thompson Hazel Wilbar
RHO SIGMA Portland StateU. Janice Sue Cissna Daniels
U. of California-Berkeley
Dorothy Grace Jackson Baxter Delight Frederick Bennett Patricia Ann Lennon Burd Marguerite Ives Gist Butler Marion Alice Black Corwin
Alma Adele Colling Haight Marion Baumann Force Haswell Joanne Fenner Hays
Elizabeth Ann Paul Hunt Margaret Anne Wagner Kellogg Alice Elizabeth Hill Nelson
Alice Frances Bellingham Olson Christine E. Bothwell Pedroncelli Cynthia A n n Kroesen Raymond Claudia Marie Bishop Samson Mildred Ewing Taylor
Hartwick College
Sigrid Joan Westcott Stewart Patricia Louise Winger Virginia Ann Witter Woods
SIGMA IOTA Western IllinoisU. Christina J. Mosher Wilson
SIGMA OMICRON Arkansas State U. Dorothy Raye Kinman
California State U.-Northridge
Pamela Ann Harbin Abbott Deborah Ann Luther Schmidt Elyse Brenda Michelson Wagner
SIGMA RHO Slippery RockU. Donna Lee Coleman
SIGMA TAU Washington College Carolyn Elizabeth Brant Lense
U. of Minnesota
Helen Marie Turnstrand Erickson Jane Dixon Cracraft Ganyo Dorris Bowers Garton
Elna May E. Thurston Hansen
U. of Nebraska East CarolinaU. Suzanne D. Groteluschen Bryson Alice Irene Martin Virga
The following alumnae have supported the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation Development Fund during the past year, from July 1,1986 through June 30,1987. We deeply appreciate your continuing support.
Virginia Ellen Grillo Bull Mary Nell Garrison
Barbara Anne Bealor Hines
Northern Arizona
Ten Elizabeth Thomas Anderson
Mary Jo Miller Brentari Debra Kay Ladehott
Tammy Carolyn Martin Nanette Brubaker Tewksbury
Wagner College
Rose Mary Perosi Brunda
Beverly Ann Fraser Dalzell
Karen Distler
Margaret Helga Glueck
Elaine Grace Nyquist McDonough
U. of Toledo
Gwen Petersen Geis
Elaine Wilkinson Howe
Marilyn Jane Onweller Keller
Beryle Margaret Dunlap McCloskey Fadwa Haney Skaff
Marion Trettien
Betty Lou Weber Ziler
U. of Washington
Gloria Rae Hitt Blame Cauble Patricia Eloise Guettel Clifford Betty Anderson Conway Carmen Lorenne Baker Gibbons Aase Loe Gronlund
Marilyn M. Rose Herman Frances Stillman Hodges Gertrude Elizabeth Mctanne Lev Louise Dow Benton Oliver Alverna Mary Grace Ocker Swan Eileen Ann Thorpe
Emma Jean Steen Werrbach Harriet Virginia Rowen Wolverton
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Forbus Schwarz
ALPHA Barnard College Hester M. Rusk
Western KenutckyU.
Rachel Smith Allen
Janet Marie Badger
Marsha Louise Bird Bordas Juanita Lynn Overhults Brown Lynn Mane Suddoth Bush
Susan Spieser Choate
Rhona Gwynne Runner Chyle Marion Louise Ludington Ciciarelli Lee Sack Kirby Druffel
Julie Diane Dusseau
Alice Haneline Griffin
Sheila Faye Henderson
Rebecca June Johnson
Eleanor Elaine James Kennedy Sylvia Rae Hallenberger Klein Nancy Jo Lotles
Jamie Nichols
Sharon Therese Roso
Roberta Joanne Steder
Bianca Ann Browning Warner Harriett Myrle Libs Weber
U. of Alabama
Mary Lillian Stinson Bell Monico Inge Fichtner Bell Kathy Laseter Bishop
Cheryl Mayo Duncan Brantly Tamara Diane Brown Saralyn Lee Burdette
Linda Dale Newman Burns Jennifer Lynne Manasco Busby Alyce Leigh Cobb
Diane Jeannine Collins Edgeton Christine Hoadley Fisher
Martha Anne Huckabee Foster Portia Louise Grayson
Melissa Lee Barton Hagopian Holly Ann Hale
Lori Lynn Thornton Henry
Peggy Alanzo Hoekenga
Mary Elizabeth Hood
Maritzabel C. Rodriguez Hyde Carole Ruth Jurenko Jones Patricia Ann Lavin Kisling
Lisa Tine Marx
Kelli Elizabeth McCollum Elizabeth Grant Molett McKinney Elizabeth Lane Large Moore Catherine Ann Taylor Moore Mary Carol Baxley Morgan
Carla Jana Oliver Peacock
Jayne Ellen Porges
Julie Reinier
Lisa Elaine Hart Reynolds
Virginia Joy Lewis Rhea
Dolores White Rhodes
Sally Ann Pulliam Ryan
Shelley Bennett Duncan Schneider Susan Lynne McCullough Shenefield Denise Arden Simmons
Cathie Rose Cattletr Smaga Laura Lee Smith
Katherine Christine Walker
Washington StateU.
Pamela Jo Ahlf
Bonnie Jo Jonson Aim
Janice Irene Magnuson Amsberry Grace Greenawalt Becher
Linda Kaye Broeckel
Nora Diane Carlson
Cheryl Sue Molinero Dowdy
Julie Anne Elsensohn
Judy Stein Falk
Janet Eileen Lorenzo Granger
Lon Elizabeth Claudon Gunnell Kathryn Elizabeth Byrne Hennessey Deborah Ann Hernas
Evelyn Maxine Krause Hickman Opal Irene Jenkin Hill
Susan Camille Wayenberg Hinz Gayle Brenda Home
Adria Veleke Hubbard
Suzanne Kay Peterson Jaynes
Shawn Marie Jerome
Lonnie Marie Kremer Kaufman
Agnes Genevieve Smick Knott
Rose Mae Jones Mackie
Margo Jean Myers
Linda Margaret Erickson Ohlsson Peggy Lenore Moss Ostrander
Kellie Lynn Schuster Raltis
Susan Jane Daiger Schell
Denise Lynn Novacoff Sprague
Cheri Lynn Stremel
Allie Kalin Thiel
Jane Marian Trotzer
Patricia Louise Maslac Vallandigham Mildred Mary Hunt Vatnsdal
Lori Suzanne Wegner
Sheri Marie Wright
U. of North Alabama
Mary Louise Barnes-Ogle Laura Ann Brush Burcnam Angela Leigh Cofield
Theresa A n n Collins Davis Mary Faith Tinsley Deaton Carol Lynne Gundlach
Susan Melinda French Lowrey Linda Hyde Ratliff
Janice Kay Reaves
Louisiana StateU.
Margaret Bres Absbire
Alice Sue Reese Cooney
Mary Elizabeth Olsen Duke
Bonnie Marie Dunlap
Mary Elizabeth O'Connor Gadwell Irma Marie Louise Kenney Gilmer Louise Claudia Smith Hall
Susan Hardin Mahon
Nancy Ellen Hollenbeck Mouliere Carol Frances Edmonson Pellegrin Cynthia Kay Smith Petty
Elizabeth A n n Whitney Russell Jane Ann Marker Snook
Martha Ann Klausen Stafford Sheila Ann Vanderbrook Trahan Elizabeth Rose Weems Weir
Montana StateU.
Helen Waite Adam
Jane Clare Liquin Ahrendes
Deborah Sue Ellis Andras Jacqueline Lee Miner Bean
LaDonna Marie Preuninger Bergman Jean Vansice Berry
Lauree Anne Booth
Kathleen Helen Smith Bnnkman Margrette Alice Gray Brown
Judith Selma Doering Carlsson Blanche E. Franklin Chtlcote
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Helen Boiler Clark
Albina M. Crollogini Collins Margaret Ann Olson Crennen Julie Ann Paugh Curd
Bess Barbara Philips Daum Nancy Diehl Dear
Jane Jaccard Dodge
Mary Ursula Egan
Karen Lee Olson Egged
Vickie Lee Hoxsey Farrington Mary Taylor Field
Gretchen Estelle Thornton Frisby Jane McGovern Frye
Mary Louise Baldwin Gage Dorothy Alice Hoffman Gander Virginia Sheriff McCoy Good Jean Leverich Lenham Hansen Katherine Teresa Kane Helppie Betty Jean Kountz Hennessy Laura Hermansen
Helen Marie Wolf Hoffman Kathleen Edna Vaughn Holm Lillian Georgina Krulatz Hughes Linda Jean Bourdet Hurless Martha Lee Pope Hutchison Eunice Jone Hunt Hutton
Joan Elizabeth Hansen Jacobsen Denise Ann Jacobson
Beverly Elise Vatcher Koppang Kim Laden
Mary Blake Lodge
Kim L. Matwiejow
Marjory Helen Wampler Maytield Erlene Marie Biggs Mazuramch Penny Joh Bowhn Meeks
Lou Ann Valiacic Montgomery Nancy Ruth Stenson Moore
Oriel Campbell Morphey
Maxine McElvin 0 Brien
Janice Maytield Ozimek
Mary Francesca Palfty
Amy Pound
Peggy Glass Scott Reeves
Shirley Mae Anderson Rothwell
Janet Caroline Taylor Russell Janet Kay Russell
Gyla Margaret Marmont Smith Lorene Alice Stranahan
Martha Josephine Wright Suter Naomi Catherine Cool Sweeney Marcia Lee Tanner
Marillyn Pearson Thomas
Daryl Davis Todd
Freda Louise Chambeilin Toner Connie Jeannetle Niebel Townsend Beverly Landes Townsend
Debra Lea Olson Tuomi
Carol Ann Raffl Vorpahl
Margaret Warien Moser Wallace Cecil Walker Willson
Florida StateU.
Rita Leddy Baker
Sue Lynne Buchman
Julia Belle Daniel Carter
Valerie Moore Clayton
Angela Amelia Griley Creed
Joyce Ann Hix Dannecker
Julia Kennon Dunn
Karyl Marie Logan Elton
Luanda Lee Homko Filomio
Martha Jane Baumrucker Galek Karen Lee Glendinning Givens
Agnes Gertrude Goss
Robyn L Kimble Green
Lucile Dale Haag
Betty Jo Miller Holshouser
Pamela Ann Mathis Hoveland Barbara Adelaide Greene Hutchison Bobbie Maxine McFee James
Dorothy Louise Kish Kurras
Katharine Louise Martin
Mary Katherine Mask Michael
Judith Lesley Baldwin Peckham
Mary Nannette Cecil Rankin
Kathleen Margaret Mullarky Richards Sara Ann Parise Ridolph
Pamela Susan Schoeft-Groth
Esta Coverman Tishgart
Ailsa Ellen McKelvey Tjaden
Ruth Emilie Skacil valois
Marjorie Theresa Parker Wessel
Patricia Louise Skoch Armstrong Sarah Jane Battelle
Carol Joyce Clark
Jo Irene Steaqall Clark
Janice Lynne Taylor Cogdill
Carol Ann Cooper
Patricia Jo Ames Coulthard Cynthia Lynn Androsky Cummings Shirley Louise Abrams Oavis
Sally Jo McConnell Galver Jeannetta Rice Hewitt
Molly Carolyn Taylor Jackson Georgena Pettingel Samson Knapp Barbara Lee Bierer Long
Thalia Aileen Larson Maginnis Helen Bacon McCain
Vickie Michelle Warren McClain Veroka Wampler Morrison Marilyn Joyce Duvall Mudgett Beverly Joan Smith Mullen Kathryn Nash
Suzanne Dee Neher
Myrnie Eslher Clayton Neil
Ann Lucinda Peterson Overmyer Marjorie Sherwin Perry
Kathleen Lois Obrien Petrucela Catherine Ann Prior
Geneva Hale Quigley
Pamela Susan Kan Rice
Susan Anita Shepherd Romano
Stacie Lee Rouse Seedall
Joan Elizabeth Zimpelman Shahkashvili Audrey Wiencken Smith
Janet Forrest Doeneka Smith
Crystal Marie Wilcox Sowersby
Cathy Lynn Stauffer
Anne Reid Steele
Irene Dorothy Bumslead Thelen
Lottie Ann Pearson Vandergaw
Janet Lynn Shandera Veit
Meredith Jean Thomson Walters
Kimra Kay Warren
Janet Lyn Olson Wheeler
Tekla June Nye White
Bonnie Gayle Wyland
U. of Oregon
Joan Claire Herbranson Agerter Joyce Evelyn Newberg Allen Jeanette Thielema Harbert Anderson Joanne Maxfield Anderson
Signe Christine Rasmussen Asendorf Dorothy Josephine Jensen Ayers Debra Diane Taylor Baker
Susan Irene Dester Bartow
Patricia McKenna Beard
Lois Elinor Sakrison Bjorklund Ruth Crary Holmes Boling
Ruth Aline Ketchum Burns Barbara Ada Fullmer Collie Nina Justine Schmoi Combest Mildred Maxine Martin Cramer Margaret Yvonne Torgler Davis Ruth Ellen Dexter
Evelyn M. Hogue Dickson Frances Dodds
Mildred Gwendolyn Vaughan Draper Darci Jenell Sullivan Duffy
Helen Scott Cantine Dunn
Geraldine Walker Flagle
Leotia Belle Bennehotf Gardner Lanora Mane Newell Golphenee Mary Louise Sexton Gordon Cheryl Kathleen Filer Hallquist Deborah Anne Simpson Hennessy Harriett Anna Banbury Holland Jane Mirick Abriel Jones
Edith Clement Laborde
Nancy Elizabeth Leake
Eleanor Mane Anderson Littlejohn Patricia Joan Mills Moody
Leona Melva Hosteller Mosher Rebecca Ann Nelson
Barbara Lois Ketchum Proebslel Luola Benge Rehfeld
Vera Snow Reid
Roberta Bernice Wilcox Roe
Carol Ann Emmons Rose
Nonearle French Ryder
Jean Alice Carkin Sanesi
Barbara Ann Proebstel Seymour Anne Cid>re Samper Shrock Joanne Beth Ward Smilh
Jeanne Wells Smith
Audrey Williams Stevens
Maiy Ellen Conlreras Vaillancoutt
Jeanette Nilma Knoeppel Bishop Edith Lillian Breining
Jean Rhosa King Brown
Marilyn Sue Franks Campbell Helen Grace Laycock Casper Janet Norma Pierce Conway Maitha Lorena Deckman Cramer Virginia Louise Garnham Detzel Frances Emily Riebel Fullerton Grace Evangeline Smith Greene Josephine Arthur Hedges
Irene Koerner
Caiol Irene Maxwell Kolsti
Doiothy Elma Hartshorn Kortepeler Julia Ann Mills Littlejohn
Beverly Louise Berman Mack Margerv Wtltgen Male
Anne Matthews Morlan
Irma Grace Hudson Morrow
Mary Helen Estey Nash
Lillian Henderson King aiiclwll
Cora Evelyn Case Noges
Barbara Florence Denison 0 Connor Natalie Elizabeth Cowan Scharre Barbara E. Easterday Schwarting
Barbara Hunt, Foundation President presents Larry Van Nuys with a check for $72,000 at the 1987 Arthritis Telethon in Nashville.
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Susie Lee Shelton Shawkey
Mary Elizabeth Atwater Smith Doris Ruth Gregg Smith
Margaret Lucille Vanhorn Stearns Jane Carol Wonders Stitt
Jane Wilson Cockenll Sweeder Jane Hastings Scully Taylor Helen Lucille Krueger Wahlers Marjorie Lois Jump Walker Wiloa Grace Wiest Webster
Carol Mae Bnckett Adams
Debra Ann Barrett
Tammy Kiyomi Yagi Barrett Jann Alicia Erickson Beckham Launs Sue Krueger Granitz Cathleen Pamela Murray Humng Linda Garrett Martin McLaughlin Deborah Anne Smith Noonan Sara Mane Thompson Pittenger Rose Mane Boalbey Rudin Sharon K Van Fleet
Stephanie Jill Yanaga
Kentucky WesleyanU.
Barbara Ottilio Nass Gatz Sandia Jean Dalton Hoover
BETA DELTA VillanovaU. Barbara Anne Bell
BETA EPSILON Bemidji StateU.
Nancy Lee Ainsworth Flynn
Michigan StateU.
Sally Joann Carlson Burch
Anne MacMillan Clute
Susan Dana Elder
Helen Hollister Lee Foster
Nancy Jean Willis Griffiths Manlynn Yvonne Heim
Jeanne Gamble Hillmer
Sally Ann Vegors Jams
Mary Elizabeth Moore Jedynak Lillian Jean Race Jewett
Joanne Attwood Kettles
Patncia Ann Velliquette Koproski Judy Ann Miller Kruger
Donna Corey Maddock
Sharon Ruth McKee
Carol Elhel Wolfe Mendrick
Doris E Baguley Miller
Barbara J. Spehar Millington Constance Anne Zekit Murphy Joanne Shirley Nelson Nowak Irene Florence Wager Oestnke Constance Joan Quigley Overby Wilma Jeanette Pincn Peek Charlene Ellen Brown Potter Donna Ruth Messenger Rowe Barbara Jane Urquharl Sterling Marjorie Elaine Doster Sutherland Carol Des Jardins Wilcox
Marcia Martin Ruhling Winner
U. of British Columbia
Leslie Janet MacLean
Laveme Lily Bird B. Dean Perkins Barbara Bea McTavish Thurston Elizabeth Margaret Bown Wolte
BETA LAMBDA Illinois WesleyanU. Patricia Mane Tripp Blair
Carroll Mites Bross
Kathy Dueball
Patricia Etnyre-Zacher Elizabeth Ann Formentini Susan M. Fritz
Joan Gail Honegger Glendenning Stephanie J. Hribson Gutner Roxella Boal Hauman
Dorothy Jean Rowe Hill
Ann Bloomquist Hougham Jean Ann Ittner
Carolan Jones
Lome Lynn Johnson Leahigh Marilyn Antoinette Thies Neis Cynthia M. Nessler
Deborah Lynn Belzer Parker
Susan Dennison Hoffman Pedersen Joan Priscilla Pettis Priest
Judith Genter Scheuplein
Karen Lee Schmitt
Shareen Jeanette Schroeder
Lisa Mary Setlak
Gay Caryll Malewicki Sweely
Elinor Diane Brown Thorstenson Vicki Lynn Wenger Warren
Sandra E. Wefenstette
Mildred Evangeline Akey Acker Pharis Mildred Frazee Allen
Barbara Alice Aman
Edith Elizabeth Huntington Anderson Martha Louise Mcintosh Armstrong Diana Payne Austin
Dawn E Bullard Barrett Rosemary Patricia Vioni Benson Janice LeDrew Besson
Judith Marie Polivka Belts Krista Lee Houze Bill
Kathleen Fellinger Blomeke Sarah Kaye Hansen Bogard Benita Knierim Book
Georgia Bopp
Juliana Nancy Bane Bordner Yvonne Jean Park Boseker

Dr. Bevra Hahn Awarded $25,000 Grant
Dr. Bevra Hahn is a professor of medicine and chief of rheumatology at UCLA School of Medicine. She is also a researcher and one of the leading experts in the country in the areas of systemic lupus erythematosus (lupus) and osteoporosis.
Those two areas of interest—lupus and osteoporosis— are subjects of two research projects on which she is currently working at UCLA, both of which are funded by the Southern California Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation. Dr. Hahn is also the current recipient of an Arthritis Center Grant from the National Arthritis Foundation.
Through her efforts as head of UCLA's rheumatology department, she has been instrumental in securing a grant from the National Institutes of Health for the establishment of a multi- purpose Arthritis Center at UCLA. She also directs the uses of the institutional grant awarded each year to UCLA by the Southern California Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation.
Dr. Hahn is a member of the board of governors and the board of directors of the Chapter and serves on the Medical and Scientific Committee, and she is this year's recipient of AOn's grant for arthritis research.
Barbara Hunt, Foundation President presents Bevra Hahn, M.D., chief of rheumatology at UCLA, and Gary Weiss, Chairman of the California Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation with a check for $25,000.
Margaret Alice Thompson Bowles Grace Berry Brady
Reba Jean Pendiy Brock Catheiine Eliza Williams Broyles Joanne Lyunn Gales Bryan
Alda Jane Woodward Carson Carol Angela Swakon Carter Mildred Lucile McCoy Champ Mona Virginia Dees Clare Cynthia Ann Orr Cohn
Marion Elizabeth Koegel Cox Jessie Irene Mitchell Cross Susie Lee Trueman Cummings Kathleen Mary McComb Daley Louise Tschmel Dames
Rosalie Dee Hasewinkle Dellinger Anna Katherine Greenawalt Diggins Mildred Bodme Douglass
Jean Drevenstedl
Annette Baade Dunlap
Mary Frances Dobbins Dunn Elizabeth Jane Fellny Eskew Virginia Louis Steele Fauber Eleanor Jane Garber
Marianne Laramie Garinger
Daisy Hinkle Garton
Sally Ann Gray Gies
Patricia Joan Kooken Golgart Suzanne Michelle Blice Gould
Amy Jo Gordon Greiner
Mary Winifred Bu Guard
Frances Cordelia Baylor Guenther Jacqueline Beatrice Becker Guiser Wilberta Jane Teeple Guthrie Jennifer Joy Hessong Halsey Emaline Rosemary Ruffing Hannell Susanne Fogg Harrison
Lisa Mane Anfenson Henning Audrey Jeanne Smith Hiller Eleanore Amie Hire
Katherine Sanders Hites
Marilynn Bolitho Hodges
Marie Jean Hlavacek Holbrooke Robin Colleen Jackman
Susan Lea Melzger Johnson Elizabeth Sue Kaser
Dorothy Ann Schmitz Kaupke Janice Giaves Keucher
Mary Helen Seiple Kilman
Mary Frances Spurgeon Kitchel Ruth Harpole Mueller Kleymeyer Jane Ann Barr Kohr
Barbara Owens Kramer
Barbara Joan Russell Kuzman Joan Lenoie Ringer Larson Margery Carole Laycock
Diane Gail Schultze Leland
Ryla Lynn Craig Lett
Marjorie Anne Boyd Lind
Kay Gilbeit Linson
Mildred Lucille Townsend Long Rosemary Laughlin Lynn Pamela Mae Jessup Maori Susan Ann Roach Mann
Mary Jean Parkes Marx
Marjorie Ruth Swihart McCague Josephine Mane Walsh McConnell Laura Eleanora Gilliam McDowell Mary Ruth Whiteley McKnight Catherine Ann Ohnemus McGowan Karen Sue Whittaker McKinley Michelle Mane Method
Donna Florence Phelphs Meyerhoven Kathleen Virginia Butt Michel
Joan Bonewitz Minsel
Virginia Moore
Patricia Ann Capehart Moore
Mary Kathryn Atkins Mornmgstar Halite Elmira Keen Moyer
Mary Jenniene Mahon Munchak
Ann Christine Covey Nichols
Lisa Mane Niedenthal
Mary June Cave Nordhoff
Nona Joyce Nell Oesterle
May Irene Lester Patterson
Mildred Cooper Peters
Selma Pauline Drabing Pond Elizabeth Milligan Rader
Gail Geneve Glenn Ramsey
Barbara Ann Brown Reileis
Portia Lee Abbett Rennie
Florence Louise Rich
Ann Lee Carter Rinne
Robin Ann Roberts
Ann Victoria Mooney Roberts
Mary Elizabeth Mcllveen Rose Catherine Margate Edwards Royer Fiances Eudale Proud Saunders Betty Ruth Funk Sepanek
Gwendolyn Ruth Snow Sharp
Cheryl Ann Regan Sharps
Nancy Ellen Samek Singleton
Helen Mane Hughes Smeltzer Marcella Bertha Beaber Smith Patricia Alexandra Cooper Smith Rebecca Lynn Alber Smock
Lisa Anne Snoufler
Marlhanelle Foley Sparks
Winifred Louise Black Spaulding Joanne Bowlby Speyer
Emma Condance Puckelt St. John Maty Alice Stout
Deborah Ann Packard Tarn
Carol Ann Taylor
Sonia Beth Quimby Thompson
Rae Hildred Davis Walk
Cynthia Sue Cron Walker
Giace Aileen Wate
Julie Anne Pope Welch
Letitia Holiday White
Mary Ellen Jenkins Whillock Carolyn lona Hasler Winters Geneva Winifred Crayden Wiseman
Eastern MichiganU.
Lynn Sharon Collins Charron Cynthia Louise Given
Karen Lynne Gooze
Jeanne Marie Yunikl Smith Mary Ann Kirr Stephens
Joyce Ann Zielinski Szymanski Sally Ann Gustavson Taylor Barbara Jean Zolnierczak
U. of Montana
Cheryl Lynn Boyle Barbara J. Wilson lift Dianne J. Mudd
Linda Lee Johnson Myhi Gloria Miller Ortiz
Janice Mae Goldhahn Sieler
Yvonne Marguerite Angwin Wheeler Deanna Elaine Whitley
Boise StateU.
Diane Lorraine Burr
Kelly Mane Jackson Easton Karen Jo Kuhn Schreiner
U. of Toronto
Helen Jean Crosby Berwick Christina Anne Bisanz
Susan Katherine Corben Byram Jeanne Elizabeth Craig
Mary McDonald Willson Orummond Diann Scrutton Evans
Mary Eveiett McConney Harvey Grace Anne Denne Hemphill
Mildred Snider Hoadley Barbara Lambert Jones Grace A Pauli Lake Maryke Margaret Loos
Margaret Ann McKee Pattison Diana Sylvia Speaight Pilsworth Isabel Louise Gougn Scott
Leslie Elizbeth Scott
Godyne Nera Sibay
Sheila Jean Shier urquharl Wilma Louise Purdy Warriner
Ruth McClurg Brown
Jasmine Mildred Bush Donahue
lone H. Agnew Duval
Fiances Elizabeth Shera Fessler Melba Gertiude Bray Fisher
Mary Alice Burch Fizer
Betty Louise Alvis Hyland
Fiances Mary Richardson McCully Virginia Katheryn Sheely Thompson Lucile Palmer Wright
U. of Syracuse
Mary Larkm Williams Rowley Bertha Eveline Harbury Russell Elenore Jean Ivory Smykal Mary Elizabeth Harper Thomas Joan Catherine Wallick Vanzo Joan Ann Wallace
U. of California-Davis
Susan Lynn Appleton
Leslie Ann Carroll-Tipton
Sharon Mary Casey
Marian Louise Rule Cope Carolyn Michelle Greene Kehrein Paula Marie Lynch
Nancy Elizabeth Madsen
Judy Lynn Masai
Susan Lee Vanderlip Meester Jeanne Elizabeth Young Pitman Cindy Porter
Janellen Nolan Quisenberry Lorene Mae Seurer
Celeste Marie Lemieux Shaw Kathy Douglass White
Irene Yuuko Yamamoto
U. of Virginia
Cathleen Acierno Cynthia Ann Akers
Edith Margaret Boehling
U. of Colorado
Mary Elizabeth Evers Allen Ruth Irene Stewart Anderson Ann Lyons Ballweg Anderson Sydney Ann Arner
Deborah Henderson Arney
Betty Jeane Nichols Bacon Cathleen Louise Cadwell Banner Paula Gene Barta
Jane K. Beard
Eleanor Ann Yockers Becher Frances Benson
Maxine Frances Benson
Sara Jane Billings Blubaugh Marcia Ruth Hunt Brewer
Amelia Logan Brown
Yvonne Heather Tobias Burry Heather Ellen Cameron
Jane Anderson Mannweiler Cardea
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Ruth Aphia Vincent Barber
Phoebe Donzelle Goodwin Bibbens Jeanelte Louise flaynor Black Barbara Ann Ernst Bruening Marjorie Julia Pease Burke
Helen Isabelle McNees Burnham Myrtle Munson Ciccarelli
Amehta Colangelo
Mary Frances Youdan Davis
Mane Therese Harcharufka Margaret Jane Wootton Dow Marcia Lynette Bond Evans
Jane Anna Flynn
Helen Bogosta Gilbert
Alice Helene Foote Gwynn Frances Ann Lugg Harrington Gertrude Koch Holland
Helen Mildred Nye Jenkins Winnifred Rosalyn Baker Kamps Barbara Eileen Dutcher Lamond Joyce Theresa Santamana Martin Marjorie Frances Kincaid Mclntyre Marjorie Ann Harper McMahon Adell Woessner Meacham
Shirley Jane Sears Mills Constance Marilyn Myer
Dorothy Lucille Lane Oliver Mildred Janet Sittsei Olsen
Miriam E Wenker Pembleton
Mary Emma Brodbeck Peterson Victoria Veronica Polakas

Julia Bermce Scilley Clark Carmen Billington Coghlan Leslie Joan Helhena Delaney Darlene Sylvia Delzingro Imogene Hadley Dodson • Mary Lorinda Kasic Duffy Eileen Maria Rodell Engel Laverne Long Ferguson Abby Mona Goldstein Fisher Stella Harbert White Fitls Carole Ann Krez Foran
Ruth Ann Olson Gatchell
Marilyn June Kennedy Goss
Lucy Milton Hearne Hamann
Ann Carol Morgan Hayslip
Nancy Kay Bates-Lane Heard Marjorie Ann Herzberger
Ann Marie Hansen Hickman
Harriett Matilda Burke Histed
Diana Marie Bengston Hunt
Judith Carol Keck Hutchison
Nancy Lorraine Setter Karl
Valerie Joyce Kohlman
Margie Louise Arbaugh Lamar
Karen Dortha Burgh Lee
Elaine Beverly Sterling Lindquist Florence Belle Miller Lynch
Eva Louise Boillot Markley
Susan Elizabeth Field Mattern
Leslie Jane Nissen Maynard
Paula Dallas Sparre McLean
Maria Theresa Medici
Beth Ellen Lewis Milam
Carol Jo Morgan
Karin Gustafson Nelson
LaVerne Harriet Holm Norman Joanne Inez Bruland O'Dwyer
Rita Denise C. Phelan
Karen Brooks Rhea
Norma Sally Yankocy Riffel
Carol Joy Harrington Roehrs
Diane Constance Panagakis Rouman Anna Katharine Barker Schroeder Mary Ellen McElwain Sewell
Joan Doris Lott Starika
Carol Jean Deardorff Strawbridge Elizabeth Louise McCarver Totson Mary Rebecca Shook Weinberg Mary Dollar Rose White
Patricia Joan Bechtel Winter
Ruth Pauline Kanavel Wolte
U. of Evansville
Juli Marie Shikany Bafunno Virginia Allen Beesley
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Karen Yvonne Chaney Bumpus Elizabeth Ann Romine Coffey Emily Kathryn Fischer Freund Pamela Sue Boges Goode
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U. of Southwest Louisiana
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U. of Delaware
Victoria Ellen Corlon
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Nancy Lynn Gallo Messick
Oiane Nissen
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Lidia Choruzy Riley
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Pennsylvania StateU.
Mary Carolyn Leworthy Bachmann Sharon Lee Sheesley Baisden Diane Ruth Edelman Bardman
U. of Wisconsin-Madison
Wimfied Inglis Bauragartnei Lydta Lacey Brown
Julia Monnier Can Crenshaw Kalherine Elizabeth Turner Dole Grace Geraldine Austin Gray Flora Alcorn Hurley
Karen Fretlrikka Falk Johnson Margaret E Heinecke Ladwig Evelyn Rasmussen Lundsted Matilda E Keenan tunn
Helen Muriel Laud McPhee Mary Crescence Meek
Muriel Minnie M Moodie Helen Susan Barron Moss Eleanor Sikes Peters
Dorothy Tegtmeyer Stege Maude Aleen Gray Stewart Sarah Augusta Haidy Ward Elynore Frances Bell Wegner Carol Isabel Schmitt Woerpel
U. of Maine-Orono
Kathleen Dons Andrews Deborah Ann Scott Aseltine Phyllis Richett Phillips Bemiss
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Emma Barnes Rubinkam Hale Patricia Ann Purks Headlee
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Betty Elinor Widger Jollier
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Barbara Lee Mattern
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Arlene Joyce Zimmerman Miller Adele M. Miskie
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E. Louise Hotfeditz Porter
Jo Anne Proudfoot Rahn
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Edna Mae Oglevee Stephens Sara Josephine Lowenberg Stern Teiese De Salles Moslak Sulor Madge Luella Terwilliger
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Arlene Mariorie Cleven
Laurie Ann Coiley
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Nancy Speirs Dawson
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Jane Dyer Ellsworth
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Ellen Wareham Holmer
Carolyn Imogen Wormwood Ingalls Barbara Jane Kelly
Jane Elizabeth Romain Lebrun Barbara Alexandra Lukacs-Smith Isabelle Birdsall Mailer
Corinne Ruth Manahan
Mary Elizabeth Robinson McClure Mane Clover Archer McDonnell Ruth Arlene McAllian McKay Gladys Gage Reed Merrill
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Thelma Elaine Crassland Robie Catharine Lancaster Rowe
Susan Ruth Golding Sault
Alice Bun Webster Sinclair
Debora Adams Sprague
Joyce Marguerite Cheney Stevens Katherine Dudley Stewart
Debra Ruth Clark Susi
Melanre Lynn Talbot
Elizabeth Jane Barker Taverner Lorette G. Cloutier Taylor
Nancy Jean Thomas
Fern Elizabeth Allen Turbyne
Ruth Holland Walsh
Irene Mary Lesette Whitcomb Henrietta Cliff Woodbury
George Mason U.
Jams Mne Davidson Bates Lisa Ann Disher
Kathy Diana Dix
Penny Lynn Chadwell Kardis Jennifer Ann Riegel McGown Gay Emerson Trumbull Porter Janet Laura Haher Rawl
Anne Louise Powell
Lynn Annette Foshee Reed
Allison Ruth Smith Renaud
Emily Wright Hard Sanderson
Charlotte Ann McConnell Sergesketter Lillian Odette Yeager Lambert
Marilyn Goeke Engle Simms Anita Jo Steinhagen
Judith Goergen Zivanovic
Central StateU.
Mary Kathleen Frew Adams Linda Louise Patterson Braden Linda Frances Peters Collier
Lori Carolyn Leath-Smith
Katherine Folwell Tratton Leaver Mary Anne Phillips Long
Audrey Jean Howard Lowe Barbara Ellen Lupo
Katherine Jackson Marshall Claudia Lea Riddlehoover Mathews Reta Ann Allen McKannan
Vicki Elaine Lupo Metcalf
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Virginia South West
Christy Elizabeth Geurkink Willoughby Ruth Van Nest Davis Bartlett
Vicki Pate York
Murray StateU.
Sherri Lynn Skeiton Baker
Patsy Gail Jones Bishop
Susan Lynn Pace Brodnan
Carrie Joy Welborn Brookshire Cheryl Lyn Simmons Broster Mary Duff Malarazzo Bryant Sandra Lee Wallace Cunningham Loretta Jean Wagner Dodd
Ruby Carolyn Allen Dunavant Carolyn Lee Graddy Fiasco Margaret Anne Davis Godsea Pamela Anne Mumlord Hay Linda Joyce Durham Ledford Lana Loy Garner Porter Patricia Kay Ringering
Jan Michelle Wetherington
U. of South Carolina Grace Wmebrenner Watts
Central Missouri StateU.
Judith Ann Young Castricone tori Ann Duloit
Debra Rae Justice Howell Rebecca Ann Nentwig Koelling Linda Louise Mansur
Sharon Diane Martin
Lisa Renee Pohl Prenger
Mary Quinetta Kateman Rutledge Barbara Jean Bonnichsen Spares
San Jose State U.
Shelley Annette West Adams Marlene Joann Peterson Adams Mary Louise Bihler Bacigalupi Bette Jo Belda
Judith Lee Pearson Delrio Nancy Claire Schlosser Dunn Marilyn Lucilla Wylie Hart
Jo Ann Tartaul Hawley
Marilyn Ann Myers Lieber Marguerite C. Crawford Lloyd Barbara Jean Serpa Macario Barbara Jean Halvorsen O'Brien Rosemary Sater
Irene Rose Woodworth Shephard Carol Thompson Silliman Marianne Thornton Tharratt
Laura Lynn Barnhart
Robin Jayne Stinson Boden Alison Claire Bouchard
Ellen Rae Brady
Susan Helene Clark
Leslie Anne Cornell
Caryl Susan Fergang
Susan Jean Fleming
Mary Elizabeth Levin
Ronda Maunne Zimbler Newton Phylis Jean Peotter
Catherine Margaret Reiss
Lisa Jill Butters Steidle Catherine E. Thompson
Judith Anne Wagoner
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Alice Suzanne Wueste
Cornell U.
Helen Lee Mordoff Campbell
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Gwendolyn Owen Faith
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U. of South Alabama
Joanna Elaine Garner Catherine Blair Irby
Suzanne Amelia Lukes
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Emilie Jo Wright
U. of Florida
Joyce Amelia Wray Alford
Janet May Stoddard Andres Deborah Anne Bowman Catherine Anne Burnette Braude Charlotte Townsend Burton Bray Kristin Gail Blacken Cann
Valerie Jean Plumb Carter
Carolyn Louise Kohler Driscoll Dolly Loraine Sadler Garcia
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Marcia Lane Welch Davis Janet Marie Black Gochnauer Lisa Dawn Bacon Hackney Patricia Jane Cowley Hardy Andrea Diane Tippens Kennedy Laura Michel Morgan Kirkland Carol Jean Leikerlyons
Sheryl Ann Stockton Myers Idella Lyn Rogers-Haney Tracey Shepard
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U. of Illinois
Gay Lynn Kresl Adams Caroline Grace Baker Susan Louise Ballin
Eva Lucille Benson
Lois Ellen Dungan Bohon Geneva Bostic
Nancy Carol Cox Buelow
Loise Estella Davis Caldwell Marian Lawrence Olive Calvin Lucile Josephine Arnold Denker Doris May Larsen Drow
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Cynthia Ann Hallman
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Ann Elizabeth Schoen
Virginia Bairstow Schroeder Rosemary Kay Kappes Schwieriohn Karen Marie Scott
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Lisa Rose Smith
Barbara Jean Slehno
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Dorothea E. Creighton Strand Wilma Gilmore Straw
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Jennifer Ellen Swenson Warren Diane Marie King Weber
Joan Theresa McDonald Welch Julia Marie Whalen
Mary Elizabeth Biersach Williams Maiy Elizabeth Jens Williams
Doris Elizabeth Biersach Williams Gail Beth Rothwell Wood
Dorothy Jane Edwards Yonker Betty Delores Walker Young
Cheryle Geesey Barker Fannie Lee Zook Bell
Uvah Claudene Hull Carlson Mary Julia Daly Enwall
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Iowa State U.
Jo Lynn Jane Jenkins Baltzley Mary Pamela Barnes-Palty Julie Anne Potter Bergquist Sandra Kay Bezouska
Debra Kay Bittinger
Rhonda Stevenson Biornsen Barbara Sue Schmk Christian Melinda Ann Strank Coogan Kimberly Ann Portz Curtis Sarah Marie Ihde Dore
Ten Lyn Hough Engle
Linda Jo Dilts Gallagher Pamela Kay Harman
Kim Renee Jepsen Hess
Ann Marie Hayes Isgrig
Julie Diane Goodrich Iversen Kathy Marie Mahoney Janvrin Nancy Lou Klindt
Helen Teresa Dawson Krejci Anne E. Kennedy Malone Nancy Rae Peterson Mau
Lisa Anne Modjeski-Fischer Julie Ann Mommsen Peters Sally Jo Portz
Deborah Dian Puliin
Sandra Lynn Sauerbry
Jane Jarsko Scheraldi
Betty Lauerman Sharkey Debra Lynne Ubl-Mitzel
Lisa Chisline Avitt Weiser
U. of Wisconsin-Stout
Darla Deer-Hanford
Renee Marie Schuetz Pesavento Mildred lona Turney
Judith Charnley
Linda Lee Evans Chase Candace Lynn Kirkwood Colyer Linda Kay Johnston Crews Linda Marie Oelladio
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Pamela Jean Henry
Deborah Lea Hunter
Kelly Delane James
Linda Sue Baun Jenkins
Vivian Elaine Lytle
Nancy Ann Keely McAlexander Robin Ann Brodnicki Merrill Lynn Renee Moomaw
Rebecca Lee Piazza Morris Jane Elizabeth Mowder
Lori Rae Williamson Nelson Lynne Ellen Painter
Randolph MaconWoman's College Judith Kay Clark Guinan
Nan Wilma Brown Benson
Nadine Dorothy Pillot Cuenod Annie Kate Gilbert
Lucy Somerville Howorth Katharine Thomas Northern Land Adelaide Carleton Sterne Lentz Eleanor Frances Manning Robbins Laura Terrell Lake Saunders
Alice Lake Alexander Turner
Jane Boggess Myiander Wainwright
Indiana StateU.
Laurie Ann Allen
Christie Rae Barnes-Stewart
Patsy Marie Dunlap Bendix
Kathleen Ammert Col lings Bosworth Saundra Lou Martin Bridwell
Jill Zschau Brown
Michelle Rae Hoskins Edelbrock Karen Sue Armstrong Edwards Florence Dodge Ennis
Sheila Ann Keating Everharl
Nancy Jo Gerdmk
Jo Ann Bohn Gibbons
Teresa Margo Hill Harrison
Glenna SueTHendren
Stephanie Ann Hendricks
Carolyn Faye Motsinger Hendricks Jane Kyle Kenner Hoffman
Suzanne Wilson Humphrey
Linda Carol Kingsley Jeffries Barbara Reba Kinzer
Betty Charlene Weaver Kobida
Lois Ann Roth LeClair
Patrice Elizabeth McKenzie Liebler Annette Louise Hall Litchfield
Norah Lea Bush McKay
Julia E. Morris Palermo
Cathy Jane Campbell Parker
Carta Jo Showers Paul
Helen Reitzel
Louella Faith Richey
Kate Ellen Hulman Schotfstall
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Mari Lynn Welch Sloan
Judith Ann Rade'r Snyder
Jane Kay Wilkinson Solebeer
Phyllis Ann Purcell Stewart
Ann Louise Wuchner Sturm Christina Lee McDaniel Sunkel
Karla Ellyn Keller Trout
Mary Frances Tuberosa
Emalee Brackemyre Vanscyoc
Irma E. Himmelbauer Vesser
Valerie Ann Walker
Rosemary Rucker Russell Watson
Florida Southern College
Mercia Ann Ellis Bailey
Amy Kathryn Pendergrass Campbell Martha Elizabeth Page Carter
Billie Lou Miller Clarke
Joan Elizabeth Burr Creese
Nancy Kathryn Fasenfeld Domeyer Nancy Lambeth Ford
Felice J Desalvatore Gerwitz
Anne Elizabeth Mayo Girata
Brenda Kay Hulen Jackson Elizabeth Lee Johnston Kennedy Donna Mae Thompson Kuiken
Laura Frances Cox Lindsey
Judith Darlene White Mann
Ruth Lee Ellis McKeown
Daryl Kimberly Meyer Payne Marjorie Jeanne Maypole Payton Karen Duval Kneger Seal
Vicki Lee Shermer
Karen Dean WornII Swift
Carol Louise Lady Thompson Roberta Marcia Eisen Tucker
Mary Ellen Moskey Walter
Helen T Lawton Zientek
Ball StateU.
Betty Jean Vickers Adee Jennifer Lynn Jackson Ashley Betty Jeanne Isza Bairn
Millie Jean Cole Boring
Lois Mae Gatchell Brown Julie Ann Robbins Burns
Kelli Susan Fitzpatrick Burrill Marysia Klus Bussard
Susan 8 Middlelon Catton
Lori Ann Rappach
Janet Eileen Lucas Stickler Connie Mae Puterbaugh Sweet
Betsy Helen Tripp Hagenow
Linda Jean Cullnane Hall
Cheryl Rae Cody Hazama
Sara Joan Vahle Herron
Kimberly Ann Tucker Hodons
Beverly Jo Bonlrager Hoffman
Patricia Mae Usher Hoober
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Pamela Sue Jordan
Evelyn Dixon Langas
Susan Kay Hughes Ley
Rachel Louise Bennett Lingner Belli Ann Gaughan Lyons
Jannene Ann Mclntyre-Southworth Mary Ann Myers
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Jennifer Annette Sanders
Martha Jean Schumacker
Joyce L. Felix Sheets
Janet Susanne Johnson Slagowski Jane Ann Vigus Steiner
Mary Strange
Marilyn Kay Garrison Sweany Natalie Carol Thomas
Barbara Jean Dantz Vander Horst Eric Kathryn Webb
Victoria Louise Barr Willis
U. of Kentucky
Luann Cook
Beverly Jo England
Clara Kristi Farmer
Jill Glascock
Shana Camille McCoy
Susan Beth Vanburen Mustian Jeannette Quinn
Kenna Jo Sapp
Carol Dawn Woolums Smallwood
Cynthia Mead Allen
Ann Carolyn Dewar Blecken
Eleanor Gay Rush Cashon
Kathy Keith King Cressey
Martha Biggs Cage Edge
Linda L Green-Driver
Jesse Barry Richmond Hooper
Terri Lynn Wilhite Johnson
Helen Quindley McClure
Kimberly Fraser Longmire McDaniel Susan Catherine C. Miller
Paula Louise Millirons
Rebecca Marshbanks Mushingi Frances Ralston Crouch Perkins Gail Woodville Roberson
Ann Rollow Ross
Kittle Johnson Staufter
Bettie Amelia Connally Welsh Doreen Carol Veinotzy Williams Mary Beth Willoughby
McGill U.
Joan Frances Deathe MacCallum Marilyn Winnie R. Mirabelli Karen Agneta Hall Moon Margaret Jean Ivarson Pulman Dorothy Warwick Weir Stalker
Ohio NorthernU.
Sandra Ruth Beichler
Sandra Lynne Burns
Lisa Lynne McDorman Busch
Gail Ann Colvin
Carol Ann Cover
Roxanne Dolores Crews
Arminah Ellen Davis
Jennifer Ann Lipster Dimmick Karen Ruth Ecknart-Sondys Nancy Lynne Cunningham Fenner Lexa Jayne Freshly
Barbara Jean Brainard Dancu Ann Launmore
Charlotte Rose Levecque Rosemary Ann Malish
Elaine Zian Marinescu
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Doris Ann Cline McKenzie
Hariett Jane Heethuis Oliver Alice Elayne Kozlowski Pinder Joanne Isabell Piatkowski Powell Carylin Ruth Strong Stickney Marilyn Elizabeth Hmkel Taylor Karen Lee Tompkins
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Southeastern LouisianaU.
Coletta Ann Cooper Barrett Cheryl Helene Williams Callicotl Kathenne Amelia Dolhonde Coles Patricia Ann Thompson Dowie Kimberly Anne Faust
Diana Pollock Greene
Janin Michelle Boos Johnston Cheryl Ranee Scheer
Cynthia Anne Swartzfager Deborah Newsome Wunder
U. of California-Los Angeles
Mary Lou Rosenthal Alexander Jane Francco Keenan Andre Carol Lorraine Spence Barrow Letitia Marie Derus Bierschenk Betty Lou Schwab Bilyeu
Mary Leigh Walters Blek
Marilyn Louise Braun Born
Gertrude Marian Hagen Culbertson Mary Elizabeth Watkins Cullom
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Patricia Marie Eggers Gerty Marguerite Varie Page Harman Rowena Moore Harrison
Judith Theresa Hasche
Florence Alice Peterson Holden Baibara Ann Dean Kapell
Baibara Vilas Finley King
Mary Jane Daze Lavery
Jane Mane Campion Leimnger Dorothy Lee Woodbury Linn Gwendolyn E Livingston Long Eleanor Bouton Corwin McHemy Donnie Clemenson McNeal
Hildegarde Louise Mohan McRitchie Patricia Rosalind Lang Miller
Jean Charlotte Herdman Moran Cynthia Anne Dickranian Norian Evelyn Culver Ostrander
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Gloria L Murphy Pena
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Lydia Jane Cable Phillips
Mary Young Poulton Pingree Josephine Pelletier Pryor
Marion Kay Page Reeve
Margaret Armstrong Conner Rockwell Lois Quinn Roskam
Haidee Kipps Schlecht
Audrey Blossom Buratti Sheldon Jean Alberta Cook Steinberger
Mary Louise Fitzpatrick Taylor Jacqueline Nina Scott Ullench
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Karen Jean Vandyke Watson
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