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WHEN AST TALKS

" Well, I talked to my sorority sisters about RLW. And my Sorority is Alpha Sigma Tau .. . . " When an AST talks , everyone listens. What are they talking about? See page 42.


Volume LVI

Falll980

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Bula McNeiUwas fortunate enough to have several lovely old photos of Omicron Chapter during the formative years. The picture on the cover Is of (front row, from left) LUUan Moses, Lena Gilma n, Ina Ring, Opal Montgomery, France Graves, Elizabeth Hancock , and Heley Bailey; and (second row, from left) MUUcent Miller, Myra Hurt, Bly Dever, Belva Farley, Kennle Hunter, Corlette Smith, and Virginia Jobe; and (third row, from left) Alberta DonaUy, Virginia Charlton, Kathleen BowlIng, Pansy Holt, Marie Walker, Margaret Davts, and Helen Moses.

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Christy's Dream Convention 1980 Profile National Officers Elected Omicron's 50 Years Campus Honors Directory Little Sister Collegiate Headlines Alumnae News The Big Job Hunt R L What?

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National Editor Terry Dudley 3624 Hunters Hill Drive Birmingham, AL 35210

Alumnae Chapter Editor Ro~ Marie Schmidt 5106 Harvard Roa d Detrdit, MI 48224

Spring '81 deadline is Dec. 15, 1980

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THE ANCHOR is published in the Fall and Spring. Third class postage is paid at Birmingham, Ala. Send all editorial material to the Central Office, 6200 Hoffman Avenue , St. Louis, Missouri 63139. Copy should arrive not later than May 1 and December 15. Send change of address, vital statistics, in memoriam notices, and all sorority business correspondence to Alpha Sigma Tau Central Office, 6200 Hoffman Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 63139.

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chrlStL{S dreom come rrue Michigan Technological University is located in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula. The campus rests on the Keeweenaw Peninsula which looks into Lake Superior, the largest lake in the world. The University has an international reputation as being one of the finest engineering schools in the United States. It is also the home of the newest Alpha Sigma Tau colony-Beta Xi. Beta Xi colony was started by Christy Cutbill, a transfer student from Sigma Chapter at N. Y State College at Buffalo. When she left "Buff State," she promised her Sigma sisters that she would start an A:lT chapter at MTU. So, she did just that! After settling down in Houghton, home of Michigan Tech , Christy began the task of getting A:lT established on campus. Her first move was to write to Bobbie Nichols, then director of expansion. Miss Nichols, thrilled at the possibility of adding a new colony, paved the road by writing to Dean of Students Harold Meese, and then guided Christy in the right direction for attaining members and advisors. Meanwhile at a study weekend, Christy met three girls, Susan Weishaar, Jennifer Venia and Colleen Jones, who were enthusiastic about starting a new sorority on campus. They had been rushed by other sororities at MTU and could not decide upon any of them. Early in March as the new term began, Christy received a call from Jennifer who was anxious to form a sorority-A:lT. At the first "interest" meeting nine girls were present. By the end of three weeks , the group had increased to 25 girls strong. After searching diligently, Mrs. Robert 0 ' Dell, director of alumnae, could not find alumnae in the vicinity to become chapter advisors . So Christy began pursuit of faculty members and women from the community who co uld help. 'Mth little encouragement, Charan Bender, residence counselor at Wadsworth Hall (the largest dormitory in the U.S . ) volunteered to be chapter advisor and initiated Beta Xi's when they are installed.

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3 (1) Installation weekend for Beta Xis Christy Cuthill (left), Colony President, Colleen Jones (right) Colony Vice President, and Miss Bobbie Nichols, fanner Director of Expansion . (2) Beta Xis together before the Greek Games.

After these mammoth accomplishments, Christy met with Dean Meese who requested a copy of the Constitution of Alpha Sigma Tau and a list of girls wanting to become A:lTs. Dean Meese soon announced he was pleased to grant Alpha Sigma Tau recognition on the Michigan Tech campus! Finally THE big weekend of April 25th had come. Miss Nichols arrived and reassured the girls that all would go smoothly. After little sleep on Friday night, would-be pledges arose on Saturday, nervous and anxious to join the ranks of Alpha Sigma Tau. They made it! After a memorable pledging ceremony, and hugs and tears-they finally made it. That afternoon, Beta Xi pledges were to participate in the Greek games on campus. Unfortunately a torrential downpour the evening before left the field a shallow, muddy lake. The official games were cancelled but the Beta Xi's became involved in a friendly, but muddy, battle of the Greeks. Finally, after the grime had been washed away and the fresh sparkling faces reappeared, the girls settled down to the more serious side of sisterhood. Miss Nichols conducted workshops on membership and the duties of officers. Since that momentous weekend Beta Xis have co-sponsored a "South Seas" party with Sigma Phi Epsilon; had a bake sale and a flower sale; hosted a party to meet other Greek officers; and participated in many other activities with the campus fraternities and sororities. During all the excitement, the new colony members found time for a social service project-making flowers for senior citizens at Cypress Manor, a local home for the elderly, on Mother 's Day. The Greek system is flourishing at Michigan Tech with fourteen fraternities. When Beta Xi Colony is installed, it will be the fourth sorority. But to all members of Alpha Sigma Tau the newest sisters will be first on campus . .. and Christy's dream will be fulfilled.

(3) The original " group": From left (1st row) Christy CutbiU and Susan Weishaar; (2nd row) Kim Person , Jennifer Venia and Debbie Moore; and (3rd row) Jayne Pukal, Gail Semrau, Jackie Wilcox, and Colleen Jones.

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Getting ready for battle with other Greeks.

Areal view of Michigan Tech, Houghton, Michigan.

Ingrid Mason was a mud bath recipient during the games.

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Of Emeralds, Gold and Pearls ... Candles ... The formal opening of the Twenty-third National Convention on Thursday evening was a memorable event which was highlighted by the National CouncU processional, a candlelight service, and the indelible , opening speech , "Each Sister a Treasure," by President Mrs. Thomas J. King, Jr. Mrs. King's inspirational message paralleled Alpha Sigma Tau to a naval fleet. "To keep afloat, we must launch forward," she emphasized, "goals, coupled with our beliefs depicted in the candle, stars, crown , book, yellow rose, and anchor to preserve for all times the ideals and traditions of each Alpha Sigma Tau which makes "each sister a treasure."

Among these goals named were: reactivation of inactive chapters; installation of five new alumnae chapters per year; greater participation in leadership workshops; establishment of a new national headquarters to meet the growth of the Sorority; for each chapter to pledge quota; increasing alumnae participation; and to maintain our unique characteristic of variety of membership. Ceremonials followed the opening session: sisters who passed away since Co nvention 1978 were remembered; and Jean Koerner was initiated by National CouncU into the Alpha Tau Chapter of IT. Following ceremonials, the National Council greeted alumnae and collegians as they departed to attend the informal parties, to relax, and to become reacquainted with old friends and make new ones.

National President, Mrs. King.

and Stars ... Friday July 4, was a real firecracker of a day. The morning and afternoon general sessions were marked by leadership workshops. Drs. Jim Watkins and Tim Gallineau of Stippery Rock State College presented examples and conducted exercises in values, needs, and goals of the individual and the Sorority. The Panhellenic Luncheon held in the Acquacade was a celebration of the twenty-six sororities joined together in the National Panhellenic Conference and the union of the fifty United States of America. Terry Dudley, chairman and hostess, introduced representatives Mrs. Lois Bosmary, Alpha Chi Omega; Mrs. Betty Rhule, Alpha Gamma Delta; Mrs. Maureen Leary, Alpha Omicron Pi; Mrs. Shelley HUton , Alpha Phi; Mrs. Louise Robinson, Alpha Xi Delta; Mrs.

Kathleen Bachman , Delta Delta Delta; Mrs. C. J. Arthur, Kappa Kappa Gamma ; Mrs. A. H. Peterson, Phi Mu; Mrs. Lois Finley, Sigma Kappa; and Mrs. Debbie Dobda, Theta Phi Alpha. Honored speaker was Theta Phi Alpha National President Mrs. James Green. Her message was an inspiration to uphold the ideals and meaning of AIT in sisterhood, to uphold the Greek spirit, and to "let each sorority be one with Panhellenic." The remainder of the day and evening was spent in alumnae and collegiate sessions during which members were informed about social service, convention, finances, and constitutional changes to be brought to the floor in the following general session.

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Psi Delegate hangs her chapter plaque during the opening session. Sandy Wentler, Convention Queen (center), Sandra Negins, 2nd Runner-up, (left), and Ivy Peterson 1st Runner-up.

Collegians present the mock rush party to members .

and Crowns ... Saturday morning was filled with an air of excitement as candidates, vying for the title of 1980 Convention Queen , prepared to meet the judges. Mary Jo Tooey, a most entertaining toastmistress and luncheon chairman, introduced the distinguished judges: Rose Rymarz, former Alpha Omicron at Clarion State College. Rose is Pubtic affairs director, co-hostess of WFFM Radio's "Morning Magazine," and newsperson. Chet Wade, reporter, for the Pittsburgh Post Gazette is a graduate of Penn State University. His duties include writing for the "Gazette," in particular, the North Hills section of the paper which appears on Thursday morning. THE ANCHOR

The third judge was John Lubarsky, an economic analyst for the city of Pittsburgh who has played an important role in Renaissance II, a rebuilding of the Station Square area and construction of the convention center. Mr. Lubarsky received an undergraduate degree from Duquesne University and his Master 's Degree from the University of Pittsburgh. More impressive than the qualifications of the judges were those of the candidates. The girls were chosen to represent their chapters not only for their physical beauty, but, more importantly, for their inner loveliness and accomplishments. The judges took a final look at the competitors as each girl introduced

herself and then announced the finalists . The finalists were given a question and provided an unrehearsed answer. The excitement peaked as Sandy Wentler, Beta Eta was named queen , Ivy Peterson, Alpha Kappa was named first runner-up, and Sandra Negins , Alpha Epsilon was named second runner-up. Where they found the time is a miracle, but collegians-between general sessions and workshops-planned a mock rush by NPC rules. The first party was an example .of an invitational; the second illustrated a rush party; and the third was representative of a preference party. (The party was given in the Aquacade following a poolside supper.) 5


and Books ... Several constitutional changes were made both in the National Constitution and the Collegiate Constitution. The most notable change in the National Constitution concerned the office of the National President. The Collegiate Constitution changes involved reducing the number of collegiate officers to ten and identifying the duties of Staff and Standing Committees. Increases were approved in both collegiate and alumnae dues. The formal banquet Sunday evening climaxed Convention activities. Mrs. William Bennett, Youngstown Alumnae chaired the dinner and served as toastmistress. Alpha Phi National Panhellenic Delegate and former

National President Mrs. Alexander Jones was guest speaker. She spoke on the development of the sorority system and its important role in the lives of college women, past and present. The traditional candlelighting with guests and presentation of awards ended the festivities.

and anchors ... At the final general session Monday morning, Convention Top Tau awards were presented to collegiate Diana Dubusson, Phi, and alumna Kathy C. Smitt, Beta Mu. After the installation of Council members and appointments to National Staff, the Twenty-third National Convention was officially adjourned.

\ National Council members attending convention were (front row from left) Mrs. Phipps, Mrs. King, Mrs. O' Dell, (second row) Mrs. McCrory, Mrs. Floyd, Miss Nichols, Miss Willmitch, Mrs. Scott, and Mrs. Forrester.

Mrs. Alexander Jones, National President of Alpha Phi was guest speaker at the Awards Banquet.

Reverend Boggs of Pine Mountain Settlement School part icipates in the candlelight ceremony at the Awards Banquet.

1980 Convention Queen Twenty-year-old Sandy Wentler is a junior at Southern Illinois University. She pledged the Beta Eta Chapter in Fall of 1978. As an A~T she has been music chairman and chaplain. Sandy presently serves her chapter as president, housing-ritual chairman and fraternity-sorority conference delegate. She has made the dean's list each term while at school. Sandy takes time from her major in business administration to enjoy embroidery, and various crafts. For her final question in the pageant, Miss Wentler was asked, "As an experienced day-care worker, what advice would you give anyone dealing with children?" Her reply, which won the hearts of the judges and luncheon guests was, "One needs to be very patient and understanding, but also firm . Children are the jewels of life and are, in fact, little peope. I was amazed to find just how adult-like they are . Listen to what children say and try to understand the meaning behind what they've said ... try to get down on their level and communicate with them . It takes a lot of time, effort, and, most of all, love." 6

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r-------Convention Awards--___, ADA A. NORTON AWARD Linda Forrester, Beta Eta Gail Scott, Alpha Lambda Mary Ellen Wilmitch, Alpha Rho

CARRIE W. STAEHLE AWARD Deborah Pyszka, Alpha Nu

MARY LOUISE DOYLE, PANHELLENIC AWARD Anna Margaret Rhodes, Psi Anna Cobb, Beta Zeta Phi Chapter, SLU

FOUNDERS AWARD Alpha Tau Chapter, Edinboro State College

ANCHOR AWARD Dorthea Fletcher Porter, Buffalo Sharon Smith Eberlin , Edwsville Sharon Hahn Juntunen, Houston Marilyn Koch Tee! , New Orleans Ann Marie Duffy, New Orleans Birdalee Hiett Wagman , Northern Virginia Betty Scheerbaum Allison , Philadelphia Beryl Woodroof Lambert, Princeton-Athens Ann Gray Cook, Richmond-Petersburg Marie Mcintyre Nemnick, St. Louis Louise Einstein, Youngstown Elaine Price Habel, Ypsilanti

Henen Cambell was presented The Order of the Yellow Rose by Bobbie Nichols.

HELEN GARMAN AWARD Dr. Jim Edson , Alpha Mu , Chapter Advisor

SPECIAL RECOGNITION for colonizing Beta Xi, Christy Cutbill

ORDER OF THE YELLOW ROSE Mary Charles Ashby, Northern Virginia Ginny Becker, Birmingham Martee Buchanan , Alpha Lambda Helen Campbell, Buffalo Marilyn Helmrath, Buffalo Evelyn Grampp, Buffalo Susan Rogers, Alpha Lambda Delores Schmidt, Buffalo Cathy Schreiner, Northern Virginia Diane Scucchi, Birmingham

COLLEGIATE CHAPTER DISTRICT EFFICIENCY AWARDS Beta District Gamma District Delta District Epsilon District Zeta District Eta District Theta District Iota District Kappa District Lambda District THE ANCHOR

- Delta -Alpha Xi -Beta Tau -Psi - Alpha Sigma -Alpha Mu -Omicron -Phi -Beta Eta -Beta Delta

SCRAPBOOK AWARD #1 Beta Eta Chapter, Southern Illinois University #2 Beta Epsilon , Shippensburgh State College #3 Beta Mu, Salisbury State College

NATIONAL MEMBERSHIP IMPROVEMENT AWARD Alpha Tau , Edinboro State College

NATIONAL EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT AWARD Alpha Xi, Mansfield State College

ELIZABETH WILSON EFFICIENCY AWARDS Alumnae Chapters, 100% Efficiency St. Louis Alumnae Chapter Houston Alumnae Chapter Buffalo Alumnae Chapter Collegiate Chapters #1 Beta Eta 99% 96.5% #2 Beta Epsilon #3 Alpha Xi 94% 94% #3 Alpha tau

ANNIVERSARY AWARDS 50 Years-Omicron, Concord College 10 Years-Alpha Phi, West Chester State College 10 Years-Beta Zeta, University of Alabama in Birmingham 7


Omicron delegates admire the silver bowl presented their chapter for the 50th anniversary.

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS With 20 or more members: # 1 - Beta Theta, St. Mary's University #2- Alpha Omicron, Clarion State College #3- Beta Iota, Millersville State College With less than 20 members: Beta Eta, Southern Illinois University

AST SONG CONTEST WINNERS -1980 "Forever" Original Words and Music by Terri Dougherty, Carolyn Glascock & Cindy Mueller, Alpha Sigma Chapter, Northeast Missouri State University Category I (Original Words and Original Music) "The Bush of A2T" Original Words and Music Deborah Miller, Beta Theta Chapter, St. Mary's University Category II (Original Words and Borrowed Music) "Take Me Out To Convention" Tune: "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" Original \Nords, Elizabeth Voorhees, Sigma State College at Buffalo Category Ill (Convention Theme) "Every Sister A Treasure" Original Words & Music by Christianne Hawes, Alpha Tau Chapter, Edinboro State College Beta Theta delegates with trophies presented their chapter for the highest gradepoint averages. 8

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profile: Bobbie Nichols Outstanding Young Woman of America Bobbie Nichols, Alternate NPC Delegate, was named as an Outstanding Young Woman of America. Bobbie felt her selection to the honored tist of women was largely due to her successful term as Director of Expansion. Since her initiation at the 1968 National Convention in New Orleans, Bobbie served the Alpha Gamma Chapter (Henderson) as sorority growth & development chairman, rush chairman , and president. She was a delegate to the Henderson State Pan hellenic Council and was Af Chapter delegate to the 1970 Convention in Toronto, Canada. Bobbie was president of the Liitle Rock, Arkansas Chapter and, in 1974, was AST Area Alumnae Representative. As NPC Alternate Delegate, Bobbie is an Area Advisor for Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming. As an employee of Stephens, Inc. (investment bankers), in Little Rock, Bobbie works as a municipal trading assistant. With all the above accomplishments you'd think Bobbie wouldn' t have a spare minute. But she is one of those busy, busy people who can always manage to squeeze in one more activity. It's a good thing Bobbie had some spare time because she was able to design the official AST National Rag. The flag , shown below, was selected from several designs at this summer's National Convention.

Official Flag adopted at Convention

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National Officers Elected and Appointed at National Convention National Council and Staff offices are appointed , reappointed or elected at every other Convention , so that half of the offices are filled at each Convention. This complies with the National Constitution of Alpha Sigma Tau Article VI, Sec. 3, which states, "With the exception of the National Panhellenic Conference Delegate and the Director of the Central Office, national officers shall serve no more than two consecutive terms of four years each in the same capacity. If conventions are held tri-ann ually, each officer shall serve no more than two consecutive terms of three years each."

the Ft. Wayne City Panhellenic as scholarship chairman, by-laws chairman, bazaar chairman, secretary and vice president. Cynthia was National Chaplain for A~T from 1974-1978; A~T NPC Alternate Delegate from 1977-1980; and presently serves as National Headquarters Site Committee Chairman; is an NPC Alumnae Area Advisor and is working on the reactivation of AA Chapter at Ball State.

Alpha D istrict President-Karen Lorrett Perkins Karen attended Central Michigan University (Beta) where she majored and received her degree in child development. While a collegian, she was Top Tau, Greek Woman of the Year, and outstanding pledge. She is now busy organizing an alumnae group and helping Beta Chapter as Chapter Consultant. Marti is on the Council Against Domestic Assault. Her hobbies include singing, dancing, and studying the Bible.

I National Panhellenic Conference Delegate-Cynthia Anne McCrory Cynthia attended Ball State University, the University of Cincinnati and Indiana University. S he received a B.S. and Master's Degree in Education. Aside from teaching at Ft. Wayne Community School, Cynthia is active in the Unitarian Congregation; Fort Wayne Museum of ART, PTA, Sigma Delta Pi; and enjoys reading, needlework, and art, her family-husband Dick and son, Greg. Cynthia's active background as an A~T more than qualifies her for her new position: she was pledge chairman, rush chairman and college Panhellenic representative while a collegian. She organized the Dayton-Cincinnati and Fort Wayne Alumnae Clubs; presided as president four years and as secretary three years; was A~T area alumnae representative for seven years; and for the past nine years has actively served 10

Director of Expansion-Martha (Marti) Barker Miller Marti received a B.S. degree in clothing and textile retailing from Northeast Missouri State University (Alpha Sigma). As a collegian, she was vice president, rush chairman, music chairman, panhellenic representative, and vice president; outstanding pledge and senior; homecoming candidate, a Miss Missouri semi-finalist, and received the best song award at the 1976 Convention. After graduation, Marti served as President of the Kirksville Alumnae Chapter. When not working as admissions Counselor at NMSU or spending time with her husband, Marti finds time for the Saddle Club, 4-H church , and the Chillicothe Baseball Pony League. Hobbies include sewing, reading, and decorating.

Eta District President-Virginia (Ginny) Childress Becker Ginny was a Beta Zeta at the University of Alabama in Birmingham where she majored in English. There she was pledge chairman. She has been an active Birmingham alum and served as president, vice-president, historian, and secretary. Ginny was Beta Zeta Advisor and Chapter Consultant, and more recently, was a member of the National Nominations Committee. She was awarded the Order of the Yellow Rose at Convention. Ginny is married to Morris, has one son, Jeffrey, and works with the Baptist Young \\bmen. In her spare time she does needlework, reads, and writes and studies her family genealogy.

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Schools of Dubois as band and choral director. While at Clarion, Faith was AO 's music chairman, accompanist for Greek Sing, and runner-up in the Miss Pennsylvania Pageant. She actively supports the local organizations in her hometown which promote music. She also performs professionally, singing and playing the piano, and manages to get in a game of racquetball occasionally.

Iota District President-Patricia Lynn Nayle A Phi from Southeastern Louisiana University, Pat has a B.S. degree in home economics and merchandising. While at SLU, she was vice president, treasurer, historian, Top Tau, Who's Who Among Greek Fraternities and Sororities of America, Outstanding Female Greek, and received the Kathryn Moore Outstanding Member Award. As if that wasn't enough Pat became active in the Houston Alumnae Chapter where she was president, treasurer, historian and editor. She participated in the Houston Alumnae Panhellenic Bazaar. More importantly, Pat assisted in the installation ceremonies for Beta Theta and Beta Lambda Chapters. Pat is a member of the American Sewing Guild of Houston and enjoys tennis, cooking, jogging, and crafts. She is employed by the Texas Department of Human Resources as a personnel and recruitment officer.

Membership Development Chairman-Susan Vogt Temple Susan graduated with a B.S. degree from the University of Alabama in Birmingham with a B.S. degree in nursing. As a Beta Zeta, she held the offices of pledge chairman, recording secretary and editor. Upon graduation, Susan became actively involved with the Birmingham Alumnae and was vice president. She was chapter advisor for the Beta Zetas and later became Eta District president. Susan recently moved to Vandenburg AFB, California with her husband, Robert. They are expecting their first child in October. Susan is presently employed as head medical and surgical nurse at the WMPOC District Hospital. THE ANCHOR

National Chaplain-Mary Charles Ashby Mary Charles, a graduate of Shepherd College (Chi), was Top Tau, Outstanding Senior, pledge chairman, and corresponding secretary. She was honored even further as an alum when she received the Ada A. Norton Award and the Order of the Yellow Rose. Mary Charles served as National Examinations Chairman, Program Chairman, District President, and Director of Collegiate Chapters. She is involved in PTO as a past president and present treasurer, and Board of Friends of Fauquier. Her hobbies are her family, sewing and needlework, traveling, bowling, and working with AlT in the Children's Hospital, Washington, D.C.

National Music Chairman-Faith M. Harlan Faith was an Alpha Omicron at Clarion State University and received her B.S. degree in music education. She is now employed by the Catholic

National Rush Chairman-Margaret (Peg) Lee Honecker Peg received her degree in English from James Madison University (Psi). There she was rush chairman and president of her chapter. More recently she was Convention properties chairman. Aside from working as office manager of Gilbert Photography Peggy has organized her high school class reunion, and enjoys photography and making scrapbooks路. National Historian-Dianne Pierce Schucchi Dianne graduated from the University of Arkansas at Monticello (formerly Arkansas A&M) with a B.S. degree in Education. She was historian and editor of Alpha Mu . As a member of the Birmingham Alums, Diane actively served as program chairman and chaplain. She was Alpha Mu Chapter Advisor from 1970-74, and Beta Zeta Chapter Advisor from 1977-80. She served as assistant National Chaplain at the 1980 Convention and Alpha Mu Alumnae Editor from 1970-76 and in 1978. She is married to Thad, has two daughters,路Sandra and Gloria, and is active in the Ervin Hill PTO and First Baptist Church of Columbiana. Her hobbies include sewing robes and banners for AlT and reading. 11


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Highlights of the first 50 years

Omicron Cha pter was the fiftee nth cha pter to appear in Alpha Sigma Tau's garden of sisterhood . Since its budding membership began in 1930, Omicron, with careful tending and nurturing by National Council , blossomed into a lovely rose which has graced the Sorority with each additional petal. Congratulations to every Omicron sister. May your chapter live and bloom fo rever.

The History In 1923 four college girls determined to organize a sorority o n the campus of Concord College for the purpose of maintainin g high moral and social standards. These charter members were Bula McManaway (Mrs. E. Meade McNeill), Bertie Moore, Hope Mann , and Hazelteen Powell. The colors for the sorority were red and white and the flower was the sweet pea. The open motto, "Be True." Eigh t more girls were initiated before the end of the first year, in the new Beta Theta sorority. In 1928-1929 an officer of A.E.S. visited the campus and organized a panhellenic council , for the sororities. She encouraged Beta Theta to become affiliated with a national sorority. Early in 1930 Beta Theta petitioned Alpha Sigma Tau for membership and was accepted . Miss Edith Mansell, national vice-president and organizer, installed the chapter on May 31, 1930. The eighteen charter members were : Jessie Worley, Virginia Boone, Julia White, Thelma Brown, Macil Stephens, Dessie Sarrett, Evelyn Symms, Jamie Meadows, Myrtle Delozier, Allie Whitlow, Mildred Appling, Marjorie Lilly,

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Lucille Moses, Lillian Moses, Clarice Oakes, Virginia Bailey, Thelma Bailey and Gladys Udy. In 1933 Miss Mae Hunter of the English department became faculty adviser. Omicron has been one of the chapters who has contributed several outstanding officers and chairmen to the national staff. Bula McManaway McNeill was not only one of the original founders of the Concord College chapter, but also continued her interest in the collegiate chapter, alumnae chapter, and national organization for many years. She was the first Omicron alumnae representative; and was the first district president of the Fourth District

(Southern) serving from 1936 to 1942. She became the first Endowment Fund chairman in 1944. Ferne Shumate Phipps became Fourth District president in 1942 and continued in office until 1949. In 1949 she became National Housing Chairman and has served until the present time. Janet Calfee was District president from 1949-1955; and she was succeeded by Betty Funk Snidow, 1955-1959. Marcella Whitlock, Omicron Alumnae Representative for many years, received the Staehle Alumnae Award for Alumnae Advisers at the 1974 Convention , in recognition of her valuable assistance to Omicron Chapter.

Omicron Chapter about 1936-37.

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Ferne Shumate (Phipps), president from 1934-35.

The Celebration Lillian Moses, president from 1931-32 and 1932-33.

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Louise Anderson, president from 193536.

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Mellie Cassell, president from 1933-34.

Dorothy Ktingensmith, president 1937-38 and 1938-39.

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Collegians and alumnae of Omicron Chapter, Concord College, planned and organized many activities and festivities commemorating the chapters' first 50 years. The first weekend of May was designated "Yellow Rose and Alumnae Weekend." The Beckley Alums sponsored a picnic which began the festivities Friday night, May 2, on Concord's Campus. Alumnae, Collegians and guests roasted hot dogs, toasted marshmallows, and shared golden memories. Saturday, the collegians were up early preparing for the Yellow Rose formal dinner and dance. They transformed the Princeton Dinner Bell Banquet room into an emerald green and gold wonderland of fluffy, white clouds, rainbows, and pots of gold. (The rainbows and pots of gold signified Omicron 's golden anniversary.) Tables were decorated with yellow roses and floating candles-members and guests received brandy snifters engraved with yellow roses and the words, "ALT Yellow Rose Formal Fiftieth Anniversary." Honored guests were Miss Betty Sue Hedrick, chapter consultant; Mrs. Rusty Treadway, Beckley Alumna President; Mrs. Larkin , assistant chapter advisor; and Miss Mildred Dransfield, chapter advisor. After dinner, Cindy Jones, Omicron vice president, announced the awards and their recipients. Recipients were: Top Tau-Lou Ann Johnson ; Outstanding Junior-Darlene Martin ; Sportsmanship-Lou Ann Johnson; 13


Best Pledge-Tammy Underwood; and Best Alum-Ann Ackoroyd. Miss Dransfield was presented a plaque for her many years of dedicated service. Sunday, the Princeton-Athens Alumnae hosted a reception in the West Virginia room at the college. Members were greeted by past presidents and founders of Omicron. Displays of pictures, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and other memorabilia dating back to 1931 were available for viewing. Ruth Mayberry Elmore presented a program, "the War Years of Alpha Sigma Tau" at Concord College. The program was spiced with humorous events and beautiful songs that were popular during the war years. As Mrs. Elmore sang, she was accompanied by Cindy Spangler at the piano. Mrs. Meade McNeil was presented a plaque from the collegians and a gift from the alumnae for her many years of love and devotion to Omicron. Theta District President Wanda Austin , presented the traditional silver anniversary bowl, given by National, to Omicron President Sherry Dotson, who accepted on behalf of the Chapter. A memorial candlelight service for deceased Omicron sisters closed the ceremonies. Through Alpha Sigma Tau , every member can find her own special pot of gold at the end of a rainbow of love and sisterhood.

Susan Perry, president from 1939-40.

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Girl's Dorm, 1925.

Lucille Litz, president from 1940-41.

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National Headquarters Contributions When the last issue of The Anchor went to press, names of members who were remembered by a donation were not available. Therefore, we are reprinting the lists of "Memorial" and "In Honor Of" Contributions. To clear the mystery of the asterisks which appeared by several names on the undesignated donors' list-those contributions so marked (*) were pledges.

Memorial Contributions (Fall 1979) Magdelena Y. Baker - Dorothy Muth Young Virginia C. Bailey -Janet C. Myles Kay Beard- Ruth E. Love Claire R. Brugman - Wanda Bates Frances M. Clark - Helen Maher Patricia S . Conroy - Kathy Scott Mary Ann H. Cooper- Anita Uoyd Mary F. Cramer -Janet Knott Beatrice G. Crossman - Edith Mansell Lorna R. Cruickshank- Margaret M. MacDonald Sally Jo P Curry- Marlene W Sykes Mildred E. Day - Margaret Reed Nancy Debnbostel -Alpha Alpha Chapter Jean L. Dey - Laura Hill Mrs. Ivan K. Dinges - Shirley Dinges Mowchan Mary S . Draper- Wanda C. Bates Helen Gatherum - My mother, Mrs. Smith Bradley Vicki Gembis - Vickie Brykalski Camille Gennaro- Margaret MacDonald Barbara B. Gordon - Laura Hill Christine Gotting - Cathy Cameron Evelyn A. Grampp - Margaret MacDonald Dana Haggard- Ruth E. Love Eleanor W Halas - Mary St. Clair King Guard Mrs. J . K. Halo - Madeline McNeil Mildred M. Hertzberg- Mildred Lovell Jaman Morris, my mother Caro~ne H. Hignight - Kay K. Burkitt Helen G. Hundley - Ruby Graber Huebner Claire Jenkins - Virginia Burke Patsy H. Johnson - Nancy Woodward Virginia W King- Ruth Rolston Gaskin Beverly A. Knox - Lisa Zeigler Bernadine B. Koomar - Marge Lippincott Debra E. G. Landy- Lisa J . Ziegler Sheri Lemmon -Lisa Jo Ziegler Dorothy L. Litton - Madeline McNeil Maxine M. Madden - Lucille M. Burkhart Kathy Mann - Amy Jean Greene Sue McBee - Margaret MacDonald Joan C . Meaker - Wanda Bates Tommie J. Moore - Ruth Love Eloise F. Morgan - Lucille Walthall lynda Munson - Connie Taylor Lois O' Dell- N. Virginia Burke, Margaret Gentel Reed Dorothy R. Pauly- Virginia Bedford Mrs. Earl F. Peterson - Margaret Porter Marine Linda L. Powers - Melinda Spring Mildred G. Prentice- Ruby G. Huebner Sue A Rible - Kathy Scott Dorothy E. Richardson -Anne S . Raber Charlotte H. Roberts- Virginia Bedford Kay B. Ryan- Patricia B. Allen , my sister Charlotte Shand - Cathy Cameron

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Anne E. Simpson- Amy Jean Greene Margaret P Small - Sarah Pollock Per rine, Alpha '26 Inez B. Smith - Ethel Nason, Iota Housemother Mary Jane R. Smith - Evelyn Jenkins Nanalou M. Snow - Dr. Ada J . Harvey Carrie W Staehle - Wanda Crawford Bates Mrs. Jack Staton - Norma Witt Sheryl Stauter- Ruth Love Harriet E. Stern - Bertha Statler Walker Jane Stine- Barb Marye Shirley H . Swartz- Margaret Horner Goodman Ruby C. Tellman - Wanda Crawford Bates Dorothy L. Walker - Margaret Becklay Upton Betty P Watson - Nancy J . Woodward Elva Lee Wayman - Helen Garmon Helen L. Wick - Janet K. Heisler, Ruth M. Couch Veronica M. Wilkins- Adeline T. Hurley Ellen Winter - Deborah Hayden Edith M. Wright - Mar y D. Collier Glenna M. Wright- Ru th Love

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Dorothy L. Aurand- My AlT Family Betty L. Barton - Beverly Bollard Grace M. Baylor - Dr. Sara Cree, Chi Advisor Marilyn J . Bazley - Mildred Shank Ruth H. Biddle - ~T Kathleen W Blakely - Dr. Ada Jane Harvey (now deceased) Carol Blazicek - Elizabeth Wilson Virginia A Browne - Ann Allan Holsinger Patricia E. Davey - Nancy E. Davies Dorothy DeSplinter- Dr. Harriet Stull Kathleen T. Finlayson - Margaret Lowe Charlotte E. Floyd- All AlT Sisters Linda Forrester - Beta Eta Sisters Julie Gagliano- Cheryl Wattigney, my little sister Kathleen V. Gates- Mary Wanat Daisy Gillette - Clara Closter man Patr icia A. Hodees -Alpha Epsilon Chapter Shirley C. Hogue - All Iotas Sandra Hudson- Omicron Chapter Linda P Hughes - Dr. Harriet Stull Mae R. Hunter - Bula McNeil Esther M. Hutchinson - Phyllis Carpenter Tracy Lynne G. Jack - Natalie Zamanski Martha R. Jackson - Psi Chapter Donna Joyce- Class of Fall ' 73 Sharon Juriternen - Maxine Stevens Carol K. Kunsman- Ruth Billings Virginia Langston - Margaret Lowe Bonnie H. Litchfield- Evelyn Fitzpatrick

Lend a hand-give to the National Headquarters fund . Margaret D. Lowe - Phi Chap. Madeline Lucuski - Omicron Chapter Virginia Marchand - Elizabeth Eslinger Cecilia K. Marshall - Dr. lynette Solomon Vella C. McCabe- Beta Epsilon Sisters Lana C. McCaulley- Ruth Bilfings Cheryl McDonald -Joanne Genova Sujanski Clara R. McKeand- Eva Louise Miller Bonnie L. Mclay- Sybil King Mrs. Meade McNeill - Ulfian M. Baumgartner Marilyn A. Meder- Psi Chapter Kay B. Melzow - Beta Chapter Catherine S. Miller - Bonnie Martin Mahoney Esther Mise - Pat I..yddane Virginia R. Mounce - Iris Duran Carol Nagle- Mary Ella Di Franks Bobbie Nichols - Mr. and Mrs. Robert M Nichols , my parents H. Kay Nickel -Alpha Pi Chapter Norfolk Area Alumnae Chapter- Jean Shields Jean E. Packard - Ann Sheppard Kim Pazyniak- Alpha Omicron Chapter Peggy Whittaker Pitts - Marian Russ Fitzpatrick Nadine Riley - Alpha Epsilon Chapter at Western Illinois University, Macomb, Ill. Louise C. Robertson - Margaret Kenny Withrow Susan Rogers - Evelyn Fitzpatrick Nancy Sadowy - Debbie Schmidt and Family Virginia G. Sencindiver - Ann Stout Linda Shapona - Mary Ellen Willmitch Agnes F. Smith - Omicron Chapter Wanda Smith - Dr. Harriet Stull Linda Stanford - AU sisters of Phi Chapter Melinda Taggart- Martha Cothren Kay E. Taylor- Alpha Omicron Chapter Susan V. Temple- Sybil King Debra W Tom fin - Alpha Epsilon Chapter Nancee Volpe - Maureen Kielpinski Chris S . Ward - Alpha Epsilon Chapter Sara W Waterburg - Mrs. R. Stewart MacDougall Marla E. Weeks - Phi Chapter

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Spring, 1980 Contributions Dorthea L. Akers Sandra Reeves ADeman Unda Dittman Anderson Peggy L. Badgley Louise B. Bailey Deborah Ann Bartczak Ullian M. Baumgartner Mar Jeanne Bell Francine Berning Claralu Blake Janet Jacob Blank Nancy Gross Blase Bluefield Alumnae Chapter L!;nn Prudhomme Bolles Mary Brieden Carol Bruce Donna Lee Burgee Donna Campbell Helen Bruce Campbell Teri Stotts Carpenter Janet P Carr Ann W Chalmers Virginia Cheesman Mollenkopf Mrs. Frederick Christian Karen Luke Chun Ellen Church Georgiann Cianciulli Georgia H. Clark Clara Closterman Elizabeth Brooks Cobb Donna Harvey Cook Lois Anne Dryer Cooke Margaret T. Craddock Gwynne Davisson G. Ebnore DeCou Olga Jones Denison Mary Louise Doyle Pat Monk Drewett Mary Jane Duncan Doris V. Farmer Fort Wayne Alumnae Club Ann Garland Camille Gennaro Lee Ann Gleason Marijo Barnett Gossellnk Janice G. Gruber Jeanette Hale Linda J. Hammett Ann Hargis Evelyn Harris Carol A. Helmholz Ruth E. Hershey Blanche E. Hinkle Helen E. Hoffmeyer Eleanor Peterson Holmes

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Nancy L Horvath Abce Adair Howell Susan Anderson Jessup Janie P Johnson Sandra Graves Johnson Nancy Hanners Jones Deborah Kamerllng Judith Clennon Kelley Virginia J. Kerin Gwendolyn N. Killion Betty Lu Kreutzer Lancaster County Alumnae Club Jewel Mack Luckett Clara Fricke Marin June E. McCarthy Bury! Foster McNamara Barbara P Moyer Margaret Beck Morley Florence Boots Nanninga Jacqueline Huskey Outten Patricia Matthews Pace Jean E. Packard Debra A. Pyle Margaret Robb Richards Bonnie Brown Rickel Grace Walter Riester Roanoke Alumnae Chapter Romaine K. Robertson Susan Rogers . Mary Lois Rosevear Nancy Sadowy Molly Scanlan Dolores Crapsi Schmidt Mrs. Donald B. Schank Lisa Sheets Jacquelen Smith Peggy Child Smith Ethel Weinar Southgate Linda Hallquist Steeves Barbara Farthing Stricker lynn Hargadon Taylor Catherine Threadgill Anne E. Todd Eileen H. Torraca Joanne Schwartz Tucker Elizabeth Udry Anna A. Ukrop Marion Johnson Ulrich Jane Liebmann Wick Freda E. VJillis Mary Ellen Wulmitch Peggy Wilson Nora Womacks Patricia Browder VJrenn Sharon Ziemniak

Show you care--give a contribution in honor of a sister.

Memorial Contributions (Spring 1980) Kathryn E. Baxter - Sigma members Barbara McKnight Benham- Carol Hess Mary Bolton - Margaret MacDonald Suzanne Burr - Cecilia Gattuso and Patty McGraw Scottie Captehart- Kathy Scott Anne G. Creekmore - Mary Lee Malbon Cardwell Carey Dahbn- Debbie Hayden Sara W:Jodland Danford - Vicki Brown and Pam Warrick Hogan Martha King Dearing- Dr. Ada Jane Harvey Keta Ford - Vickie Grider Victoria .R. Garrett - Verna Rutz Page Louise P Gooden - Dr. Ada Jane Harvey Barbara J . Gordon - Kay Kenny Kendall Mildred Lovell Morris Hertzberg- Lovell Jarman Morris Frances S. Higgins - Wanda Crawford Bates Lois Hochberg- Terry Moretti Houston Alumnae Chapter- Our eight foun ders Alice Kline Huss- Nu Chapter, which had to turn in its charter Martha Witmer Krauss - Margaret Harlan Kahler Deborah Kuzman - Deborah Hayden Lolita Lebsack- Irene Jesser Kimberly Lefever - Lisa Jo Ziegler Marceline Cassity Lilly - Cecilia Gattuso and Patty McGraw Mary Pat Loew- Kathy Scott Virginia Griffith Maxso n - Ester Carlson Griffith Sue McBee - Kay Kenny Kendall Joan Cone Meaker - Wanda Crawford Bates Alberta Collings Musgrave - Zeta Tau Chapter, Longwood College, Va. Doris Nord - Helen Hanson Shepherd Betty Ann Owens - Wanda Crawford Bates Paula M. Pruett - Pam McCoy Dr. R. L. Saunders - Audrey Saunders, wife and Sigma Chapter member Sarah Scarborough - Carol Dunning Nyda Sebring - Dorothy B. Robinson Sheryl Stauter- Ruth E. Love Birdalee Hiett Wagaman - Sisters of Chi lynn Winters Wells- Melinda Spring Bruton Doris J. Wetter - Margaret Reed Velma L. Williams - Ball State Teachers College Alpha Alpha Chapter Geneva R. W:Jod - Catherine K. Kendall

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In Honor of Contributions (Spring 1980) Brenda T. Acken-Omicron Chapter Dolores M. Albrecht-Edith Gladfelter Carol Toepfer Beck-Phyllis Crowe( Mazaika Mrs. Morris Becker-Mrs. Thomas J. King , Jr. Beckley Alumnae Chapter-Mildred Dransfield and Bula McNeil Janet Cook Beebler-Eloise Crowe Howes Ruth Bergey-Lois S. O' Dell Mildred Cislo-Theta Chapter Kathleen M. Dale-Zeta Chapter Janet Koch Dickinson-Miss Mae Hunter Donna K. Easley-Henderson State College Mary Peck Edwards-Edith Gladfelter Patlida Berg Ender6n-Mrs. Betty Young Brenda Koon Eskew-Alpha Gamma Chapter Toni Ebert Fowler-Alpha Sigma Chapter Joan Bader Freeman-Grace K. Bader, my mother Dolorita Devaney Gavin-Sigma Chapter and Buffalo Alumnae Chapter Beverly Newell Grace-Delta Chapter Mary Beth Helm-Cindy Lu Sfick Carol Ritter Homi-Sheryl Ritter Seifferlein Alice M. Jones-Ball State University Virginia A. Justis-Zeta Tau Chapter Lenore Seibel King-the dedicated women of Alpha Sigma Tau BarbeUa F. Kuenz-Alpha Kappa Chapter Carol K. Kunsman-Ruth Billings, former Alpha Xi Advisor Kathy Sutter Kurap-Beth Hartley Haugeto Cynthia Loring-AU sisters past and present of Zeta Chapter Diane M. Loucks-Lois 0 ' Dell Cecilia Kirkland Marshall-Or. Lynette Solomon Cynthia N. Masukawa-Alpha Sigma Chapter Denise M. McCann-Paula Newell Thurman Margaret McDonneU-Patlick McDonnell Bula M. McNeill-Miss Mae Hunter Pamela Scritchfield Montgomery-Mrs. Mildred Shank , former Delta Advisor Karen Waslo Musko-Rho Pledge Class and Alpha Pi Chapter Sherry Nuckols-Psi Chapter lois S. O' Dell-Sybil King Terre Pensyl-Lock Haven State College M. Kathleen Perales-Beta Theta Chapter A6nda L. Penine-Sandi Whitney Melissa Pollard-Alpha Pi Chapter Joyce Cox Pruden-Upsilon Chapter

Diane Bourgoyne Reecht-Sisters of Ph i Chapter Marjorie T. Schnell-June McCarthy Wendy Slaby--Beta Eta Chapter Louise A. Smith- Bula McNeill Carrie W. Staehle- Ehabeth Wilson Suzanne M. Thorpe- the sisters of Alpha Kappa Linda Fellows Thomas-Mrs. Hercel Harris Chris Spears Ward- Alpha Epsilon Chapter Barbara Wiedemer--Cynthia Mikoychik Carol A. Wigert- Beta Chapter Carol D. Wolford-Or. Sara H. Cree, Chi Chapter Advisor

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Enclose this form and check made payable to Alpha Sigma Tau Headquarters Fund. Mail to: AST Headquarters Fund 3565 Grand Abilene, Texas 79605

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Campus Honors Susan Towler, president, SAG . . . Ranks second schol~sti<;,ai!,Y at Longwood ... Nicole King and Rebecca Ann Webb made straight A s for the year ... Janice Johnson, coveted Air Assault Award (U.S. Army)

Upsilon: Panhellenic Scholarship Cup . . . Second-place in homecoming Boat competition ... Third-place in Pike Follies ... Melinda Morrow, captain of majorettes ... Patricia Rhodes , vice president of senior class and mem~er of student senate ... Kim Hiltis ... junior class senator and first vtce president of Nursing Honor Society ... Vickey Greco, second vice president of Nursing Honor Society ... Ranks RRST scholastically at Central Arkansas ... Phi: Pan hellenic Scholastic Award ... Spirit Award ... Greek Bowling League ... Rrst-place Pep Railey ... Karen Hudson Panhellenic treasurer ... Cathy Davis, Student Government Association (SGA) senator .. . Diana Dubisson , Treasurer, Carter Harris House Council ... Donna Poche, chairman Student Alumni Association (SAA) Publicity . .. Patricia Hoffman.' SGA Senator, Chairman of International Affairs, SAA Chairman of Events ... SuzanneJung, PresidentofSAA ... Lisa Leblanc, SGA Senator ... Leslie Upps, President, Spanish Club ... Loretta Luchuck, Lionette Dance Team choreographer ... Becky McCoy, Pi Gamma Mu Secretary ... Ranked FIRST in the Fall scholastically at Southeastern Louisiana ... Sheri Bye, Nancy Gautier, Lisa Leblanc, Leslie Lipps, and Becky McCoy made straight "A"s for the year ... Maria Luchuch, Dean's Award for outstanding graduate in Business Administration . .. Leslie Upps, President's Award at graduation . . . Patricia Helfman, Angela Tyrone, Cheryl Wattigney, Janis West, Loretta Luchuck, Diana Dubisson, and Karen Hudson , Green "S" Award

Psi members practice for rush. From left, Tammi Simonis, Gayle Moyer, Robin Watkins, and Jenny Morgan .

Delta: First-place, Sigma Chi Derby Days ... ranks second scholastically at Indiana University .. . Margaret D'Amico , executive secretary IUP Pan hellenic Council . .. Nancy Konwick and Janet Wallace made straight "A"s for the entire year ... Diana Eschelman and Barbara Sue Lake, Outstanding Co-ed Nominees. Zeta: Second-place, Greek Olympics ... Kenda Whitmer, president, Trainer's Club; Luann Kuntz , senior representative, Trainer's Club; Carol Duddy, president, college choir; and Missi Ryan , president, Panhellenic Council. Omicron: Spring Sing Panhellenic Winners ... Sandy Dotson , vice president, College Panhellenic; Lou Ann Johnson, treasurer, Cardinal Key ... Ranks second scholastically at Concord College. Rho: Debbie Wuliams, secretary, Kappa Delta Pi ... Kathy Lee, student senate . . . Henri Edge, outstanding Pledge . . . Melissa Jarvis, Sorority Girl of the Year nominee ... Debbie Wiltiams, Student Home Economics Association ... President's Trophy-homecoming float . . . Spirit Award ... Ranks First Scholastically Sigma: Second-place in song contests . . . Elizabeth \.borhees , vice treasurer, student government and treasurer, Activities Coordination Board ... Ann Marie Carroll, recording secretary, Inter Greek Association and secretary of student government . . . Mary Jane Pendl, senator, student government ... Sue Rizzo, College Senate .. . Anne Santini made straight "A"s for the year Zeta Tau: Geist bloodmobile-100% participation and Muscular Dystrophy Dance Marathon-100% participation ... lynn Plageman, vice chairman, Residen ce Board; Kim Furbee, vice president, senior class; Cindy Smith, president, Delta Psi Kappa; Kim Fuhr, vice president, sophomore class and treasurer, Intramural Activities Association ; Cindy Dropeski, vice chairman, Student Government Association (SGA) ; Brenda Feltrow, chairman orientation; Jutie Dayton, secretary, SGA; Teri Davis , treasurer, SGA; and

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Psi: Rrst-place, fundraising ... Third-place, housing and Greek Sing . .. Honorable mention , social service ... Nancy Jones, Pub& city Chairman, Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Linda Pitts , Homecoming Committee Chairman . . . Becca Cowan , Second vice president, Student Alumni Association .. . Jenny Morgan, Historian, Phi Alpha Theta ... Elaine Runner, Chairman , Senior Class Council ... Diane Wutiamson and Mary Nancy Turner made straight "A"s for the year Alpha Lambda: Barbara Goodrich, Co-eilitor "Beehive" and Program Chairman, House Council ... Donna Clingenpeel, Secretary, Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Mu: Rrst-place Homecoming Roat Alpha Nu: Susan Kipping, Vice President, SMSTA Alpha XI: Rrst-place, blood drive ... Amy DuPree, Greek Woman of the Year and Laurel Dorm Council President ... Sue Jones, Laurel Dorm Council Secretary . .. Sue Cooper, Lambda Sigma Vice President . .. Cathy Cressman, Pan hellenic Secretary ... Mary Hazard, Order of Diana President ... Debe Keen, Maple Dorm Council Secretary and Phi Sigma Pi Historian Alpha Omicron: First-place, Overall Greek Week ... Second-place, Pledge Scholarship ... First-place, Greek Sing ... First-place, Scholarship ... Linda Fugunt, Secretary, Business Association ... Mary Jo Malizia, Secretary, Phi Beta Alpha . . . Heide Marie Bliss, Treasurer, Panhellenic and SecretaryTreasurer, Lambda Sigma .. . Annemarie Hackett, Treasurer, CAS ... Patricia Wojcik, Treasurer, Business Management Association . .. Janet Schminke, vice president NSSHA ... Ranks RRST scholastically Alpha Sigma: President's Scholarship Cup . . . Toni Johnson , Secretary, P.E. Major Club ... Kathy lman, Secretary, Student Senate and Chairman Travel Board. Student Activities ... Ruth Selby, Reporter, "Index" Newspaper ... Sue Iman, Secretary, Student Activities, and Treasurer, Panhellenic ... Hazel Douglas, Chairman, Greek Development . . . Darcie Sambrook, Treasurer, Phi Lambda Chi Dames ... Ranks FIRST scholastically among sororities at Northeast Missouri ... Ruth Selby made traight " "s forth year.

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Beta Eta: Etizabeth Morris, President, Fraternity-Sorority Conference . . . Patti Tompkins, President, Student Illinois Education Association and VicePresident, Southern Illinois Student Education Association (lSEl\) .. . Donna Johann , President, ISEA .. . Angela Jerome, Chairman, Eligibility Committee-Sigma Theta Tau ... Sue Dawson Chairman MembershipCouncil for Exceptional Children .. . Kathlee~ Pritchett Vtce-President Student Chapter-SlUE for Exceptional Children ... Rank~ FIRST scholas: tically among sororities at Southern Illinois . . . Sue Leibert and Angela Jerome made straight "Pi's for the year .. . Sue Leibert, Delegate to Association of College Unions . . . Sue Dawson, \.ke President and Provost Scholarship Recipient ... Angela Jerome, Oliver C. Anderson Hospital Scholarship, Esther Ott Estes Award in Nursing, College Bowl Team ... Donna Johann , delegate to Student National Educational Association National Association Assembly and Illinois Education Association , College Bowl Team . . . Hzabeth Morris, College Bowl Team . . . Patti Tompkins, alternate to SNEA Regional Assembly and delegate to lEA State Convention ... Denise Panyik-Dale, College Bowl Team Beta Epsilon: Second in scholarship {only by .03 points) . .. Dr. Urbanowicz, Who's Who Among Young v.bmen .. . Karen Merkel, SICO Scholarship ... Pat DiPaolantonio, American-European Student Union Beta Tau: Devorah Long and Alison Molloy, Register of Outstanding College Graduates ... Paula Hamel and Jo Ann Laine . .. Student Senate ... Karen Lebedzinski and Kathy McLaughlin, Student Building Board of Directors .. . Alison Molloy, Top Tau, Trustees Committee and Dean's Advisory Board . . . Karen Lebedzinski, Secretary, Inter-FraternitySorority Council . . . Kathy McLaughlin, Representative, Inter-Fraternity Sorority Council .. . Jo Ann Laine, Concert Choir ... Helene Demetroulakos, Program Chairman, American Society of Civil Engineers .. . Linda Gueli , Women's Track, Intramural Sports, and Sailing Club .. . Beta Theta: Third-place in overall Greek Week competition . . . Laura Garza, President, American Junior Bowling Congress ... Barbara Grimes, Treasurer, Crescents ... Debbie MUier, Treasurer, Shoestring Players Drama Group

and Music Director, St. Mary's Campus Ministry ... Lucia Rodriguez, Student Representative, S hoestring Players ... Carol Sawko, Editor In Chief, "The Thing Itself" {Literary Magazine) ... Mary Strange, Vice President, Crescents . .. Jane Tierney, Secretary, Shoestring Players . .. Nanette Whitworth, Junior Senator, Student Senate ... Mona Barrientes, Carol Birdsong, Cindy Finger, Laura Fisher, Jan Freeborn , Celeste Johnson , Mary Margaret Rohmer, Carol Sawko, Nanette Whitworth, Martha Zerwas, and Helen Meaney made straight "A"s for the year ... Ranks second scholastically ... Leslie Gorman, Campus Ministry Scholarship . . Martha Zerwas, President's Scholarship ... Debbie Miller, Resident and Campus Ministry Scholarships ... Ann Campo, McCarthy and Campus Ministry Scholarships . .. Jan Freeborn, McCarthy Scholarship .. . Amy Schulz, piano and choral music scholarship ... Carol Sawko, graduate assistanceship to Perdue University ... Carol Birdsong, graduate scholarship to St. Mary's . . . and Diana Hinojosa, National Hispanic Scholarship

Beta Iota: Second-place in pledge skits and intramural volleyball ... Laura Mar iani, Preside nt, Dorm Council -Hull Hall .. . Margaret Cullinan, Vice President Wrestling Belles ... Lorena Wallace, Treasurer, Wrestling Belles . . . Cindy Stump, Vice President, Dorm Council-Lenhardt Hall ... Cathy Shaffer, President, CEC ... Mary Verspille, Associate Editor, "The Snapper" ... Judy Smith, President, Women's Chorus ... Ranks second scholastically among 13 sororities Beta Mu: Lee Akers, Captain, Varsity Cheerleaders ... Donna Bytella, Head Manager, SSC football team; Student Representative, Advisory Board for Administrative Services; Chairman, Homecoming Committee; Student Manager, Campus Post Office . . . Cindy Cluster, Captain, Varsity Cheerleading ... Debi Flaig, Resident Assistant, Housing Association ... Jo Hoffma n, Gymnastica Club ... Cindy Kirby, Statistician, Lacrosse Team . . . Anne Kelly made straight "Pi's for the year ... Joyce Lauder, Publicity Chair man , SNEA ... Susan McCarthy, Assistant, Entry Program ... Marti Stephens, Campus Representative , SGA and Chairman , Chesapeke, Dorm Social Co mmittee . . . Tracey Pimental, Advertising Manager, "Flyer" {newspaper ) and SSC Baseball Team Manager

Beta Mu Usherettes with Bjorn Borg. From left, Kathy Wingate, Donna Bytella, Debbie Waddell, Christie Long, Mr. Borg, Susan Maxwell, Nancy Clendaniel, and Cindy Leason. (Continued on page 24) THE ANCHOR

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Dean's List Delta: Kathy Bonetti, Jerry Bowers, Roxane Covatch , Margie D' Amico, Tamela Farren , Mary Ann Greco, 4/nn Gourley, Donna Hood, Margaret Hseuh, Joan Jacobelli , Suzanne Ulliquist, Margie McCall, Jan Quinn, Phyllis Sedlacek, Lisa Smith, Lori Smith , Nancy Konwick , Jeannine Wilson, Carol Fitzpatrick, Pam Micheals and Janet Wallace Zeta: Diane Dagle, Luann Kuntz , Judy North , Laurajean White, Kenda Whitmer, and Julie Wrench Alpha Xi, Brenda Bowmaster a homecoming court member and her escort, Jay Darr.

Omicron: Jeanne Davis, Cindy Jones and Lou Ann Johnson Rho: Debbie Williams and Kathy Lee

Sigma: Geralyn Barker, Anne Santini and Pam Przybylski Zeta Tau: Anne Bruno , Ludnda Christensen , Unda Hall, Nicole King, Cynthia Morris, Cindy Moss, 4;nn Plageman, Carol Robertson, Debra Spencer and Rebecca Webb Upsilon: Linda Turner, Lisa Boyd, Sandy Cotten, Tammy Riley, Marsha Crownover, Kim Hillis, Usa Cingolani, Mona Flowers, Judy Fisher, Becca Brown, Christy Mobley, Gina Spinelli , and Beth Martin Phi : Wilma Cresson, Robbie Blackburn, Sheri Bye , Cathy Davis, Trade Durnin, Ellen Gautier, Nancy Gautier, Gina Hymel, Suzanne Jung, Deborah Lato, Lisa Leblanc, Leslie Lipps, Loretta Luchuck, Becky McCoy, Michel Scholl, Shelley Waseum, 4/nn Willis, Cheryl Wittigney, Patricia Hoffman , and Donna Poche Psi : Nancy Jones , Laura Howard, Sandy Cashwell , Debbie Blum, Jenny Boult, 4/nn Feagin , Chris Firesheets, Margie Flanagan, Jean Gray, Molly Gr imes, Terry McDaniels, Jackie Mollenauer, Mary Turner, Betty Walker, Robin Watkins, and Diane Williamson Alpha Lambda: Carol Boardman, Donna Clingenpeel, Mary Ann Clutter, Holly Evert, Stephanie Merelman, Laura Lee Miller, Usa Newton , Donna Raymey, Kim Williams, Patsy Wright, Becky Albert, Vicky Boyd, Terri Boyette , Kathleen Brown , Barbara Goodrich, and Ellen Reinhardt

Alpha Omicron, Ann Marie Sheets was named Miss Clarion State College.

Alpha Omicron: Kathy Jo Burker, Kandace Krach , Mary Jo Malizia, Gina VIllella , Jan Harrison, Beth Klinger, Anne Mar ie Sheets, Heide-Marie Bliss, and Wendy Putnam Alpha Sigma: Carolyn Glascock, Cindy Groetken, Kathy !man, Jackie Baner, Debbie Barnes, Courtney DeRienzo, Hazel Douglas, Julie Jackson, Sandy McKinney, Debbie Meclley, Candy Pettinger, Susan Raney, Darcie Sambrook, Bev Schwartz, Ruth Selby, Susan Smith, Jo Ellen Johns , Jenni Meeks, Sue Williams, and Theresa Walker Beta Eta: Sue Dawson, Linda Partney, Kathleen Pr itchett, Denise Panyik- Dale, Sandra Wentler, Elizabeth Morris, Patti Tompkins, Sue Liebert, and Angela Jerome Beta Epsilon: Lois Bixler, Eileen McGough , Sharon Manderbach , Barbara Orr, Sharon Argo, Betsy Beamer, Judy Clayton , Kathy Faluey, Kim Golden, Diane Javitt, Jill Henry, and Usa Holland Beta Tau: Patr icia Foner and Denise Nadeau Beta Theta: Donna Wauters, Carol Wagner, Unda Sparmo, Mar y Margaret Rohmer, Laura Fisher, Lucia Rodriguez, Leslie Gorman, Debbie Miller, Martha Zerwas, Cindy Finger, Nannette Whitworth, Ann Campo, Barbara Wolf, Carol Sawko, Carol Birdsong, Unda Herzik, Sue Hoch, Lisa VIllafana, Helen Meaney, and Jan Freeborn

Alpha Nu: Debbi Rach , Kathy Peuster, Dee Beucker, and Ruth Ballard

Beta Iota: Kas McGrath , Phyltis Anastasio, Cindy Stump, Pamela Rusch and Mary Verspille

Alpha XI : Marion Garrett, Brenda Bowmaster and Debe Keen

Beta Mu: JoAnne Hoffman

Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges & Universities Delta: Margie McCall

Tyrone, Cheryl Wattigney, Karen Hudson, Diana Dubisson, and Loretta Luchuck

Zeta: Cheryl Wagner

Psi: Joan Lupashunski

Omicron : Lou Ann Johnson

Beta Eta: Donna Johann, Elizabeth Morris, Sue Dawson, Angela Jerome , and Sue Leibert

Sigma: Elizabeth Voorhees

Beta Epsilon: Patricia Foner, Devo rah Long, Alison Molloy, and Denise

Zeta Tau: 4/nn Plageman and Cindy Morris

Beta Theta: Carol Birdsong, Helen Meaney and Carol Sawko

Upsilon: Mona Flowers and Christy Mobley

Beta Iota: Gretchen Bruder and Pamela Rusch

Phi: Becky McCoy, Patricia Hoffman, Suzanne Carter, Suzanne Jung, Angela

Beta Mu: Cindy Cluster

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The directory has been put in the center of The Anchor so that you may pull it out and saue it for reference.

Alpha Sigma Tau Directory ALPHA SIGMA TAU fou nded November 4, 1899--E.M.U. (formerly Michigan State Normal College), Ypsilanti , Michigan

Mrs. E. A. lyman * Helene M. Rice * May Gephard * Mayene Tracy * Mable Chase*

THE FOUNDERS

PRESIDENT EMERITA

Adriance Rice * Ruth Dutcher* Eva O' Keefe * Harriet Marx* (Mrs. C. F. Pfeiffer) *deceased

Mrs. Haswell E. Staehle (Alpha )

NATIONAL PRESIDENTS

CHIEF PATRONESS *Ada A. Norton-Alpha

. .. . ..... . ... . .. .. .... . . , .. 1925-1928

*Grace Erb Ritchie-Alpha .. ............ . .. . ....... *Luella Chapman-Sigma . .. ......... .. ........ Carrie Washburne Staehle-Aipha .............. *Dorothy Bennett Robinson-Pi .. . ...... . ....... Mary Atice Seller Peterson- Iota ........... . .... Elizabeth Wilson-Pi . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . .

1925-1928 1928-1934 1934-1949 1949-1955 1955- 1964 1964-1972

CENTRAL OFFICE Executive Secretary-Mrs. Walter G. Meyer Financial Secretary-Miss June McCarthy Typist-Mrs. Ralph H. W~son

National Council President-Mrs. Thomas J. King , Jr., 1845 Lakeridge Rd., Birmingham, AL 35216 Secretary-Mrs. J. J. Royd, V~la 1304, 3800 Fairfax Dr., Arlington, VA 22203 Treasurer-Mrs. Gary Forrester, 3565 Grand, Abilene, TX 79605 Director of Collegiate Chapters-Mrs . Harold S. Scott, #7 Schumacher Lane, Salisbury, MD 21801 Director of Alumnae Chapter-Mrs. Robert O' Dell, 222 W Tabor Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19120 Director of Expansion-Mrs. Jerome Miller, Rural Route 3, Chillicothe, MO 64601 Directory of Fraternity Program-Miss Mary Ellen Willmitch, 4811 Westchester Dr. , Apt. 217, Youngstown , OH 44515 Director of Publication-Mrs. Emmett C. Phipps, 2611 Harrison , Parkersburg, WV 26101 National Panhellenlc Conference Delegate- Mrs . Charles McCrory, P.O. Box 5218, Ft. Wayne, IN 46895

District Presidents Alpha: Beta, Theta and Sigma Chapters-Miss Karen Perkins, 3609 S. Zimmer Rd., Williamston , Ml 48895 Beta: Alpha Pi, Delta and Alpha Omicron Chapters-Miss lynn Pavlik, Kiltie #7, College Park, Edinboro, PA 16412 Gamma: Zeta, Alpha Xi, Beta Nu, and Beta Epsilon Chapters-Miss Mary Sinibaldi , 455 Spruce St. , St. Mary's PA 15857 Delta: Alpha Phi, Beta Tau, and Beta Iota Chapters-Mrs. William Loucks, 315 Valley Rd., Haventown, PA 19083 Epsilon: Chi, Psi, and Beta Mu Chapters-Mrs. John Gentile, 15926 Edgewood Drive, Dumphries, VA 22026 Zeta: Iota, Alpha Epsilon, and Alpha Sigma Chapters-Miss Kathy Nerka, 1907 W 24th, %- B, Lenexa, KS 66215 Eta: Rho, Upsilon, Alpha Gamma, and Alpha Mu Chapters-Mrs. Morris Becker, 3041 Dolly Ridge Dr., Birmingham, AL 35243 Theta: Omicron, Zeta Tau , and Alpha Lambda Chapters-Miss Wanda Austin , 807 Whitney Ave., Apt. A-202, Roanoke, VA 24012 Iota: Phi, Beta Zeta, Beta Yh eta , and Beta Lambda Chapters-Miss Patricia Nayle, 2121 Tannehill #2022, Houston, TX 77008 Kappa: Alpha Nu and Beta Eta Chapters-Mrs. Larry Sparks, 4105 S. 9th, Blue Springs, MO 64015 Lambda: Alpha Kappa , Alpha Tau , and Beta Delta Chapters-Mrs. James Marsico , 46 Lafayette, Niles, OH 44446

Committee Chairman Awards-Miss Susan Rogers, 939 Park Street, St. Albans, WV 25177 Chaplain-Mrs. C. J. Ashby, Box 12, The Plains, VA 22171 THE ANCHOR

Convention-Mrs. Anthony Crape!, 6501 Quail Run Dr., Helena AL 35080; and Miss Donna Richardson , 2239 Dunkirk Ave., NE, Roanoke VA 24012 Editor-Mrs. Thomas P. Duclley, 3624 Hunters Hill Dr., Birmingham, AL 35210; Alumnae Editor-Miss Rose Marie Schmidt, 5106 Harvard Rd., Detroit, Ml 48224 Financial Secretary-Miss June McCarthy, 8891 Watson \A.bods, St. Louis, MO 63126 Historian- Mrs. Thad Scucchi , 301 West College, Columbiana, AL 35051 Headquarter-Mrs. Robert G. Willover, 168 Center St. , East Aurora, NY 14052 Housing-Membership Development-Mrs. Robert Temple , 678 Korina , Vandenburg AFB, CA 93437 Music Chairman-Miss Faith Harlan, lO Y2 Wayne Road , DuBois, PA 15801 Nominations-Miss Martee Buchanan, 1022 Downey St. , Radford, VA 24141 Parliamentarian- Mrs. Harold Gossilink, 1124 South 8th St. , Richmond , IN 47374 Pledge-Miss Lynn Sullivan, 152-B, Pinewood Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23451 Rush-Miss Peg Honecker, Box 248, Franklin Rd., Asbury, NJ 08802 Scholarship-Miss Cheri Moran, 111 Madison Pl. , Stauton, VA 24401 Social Service-Mrs. Steve Shultz, P.O. Box 44, Hwy. 40 West, Stony Creek, VA 23882 Archive-Mrs. Parry Schippers, 5300-A, Sutherland, St. Louis, MO 63109 Colony Advisor-Mrs. Robert Pyszka, 2301 Paris Drive, Blue Springs, MO 64015

Area Alumnae Representatives Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee-\hlunteer needed Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming--Mrs. William H. Riester, Jr., 1306 Alexander Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80909 Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas-Volunteer needed California-Mrs. Michaeline J . Lowright, 7800 Pawnee Way, North Highlands, CA 95660 Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont-Mrs. David Ekeren, 294-B Meridian Street, Groton, CT 06340 Delaware, Maryland, West VIrginia-Mrs. Samuel W. Powel~ Jr., 101 Wileys Lane, Pasadena, MD 21122 Florida, North and South Carolina-Ms. Kay M. Adorno, 1340 S.W. 65 Avenue, West Miami , FL 33144

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Ullnols and Indian-Mrs. Harold GosseUnk, 1124 S. 8th Street, Richmond, IN 47374 Michigan and Wisconsin-Mrs. Douglas Christy, 15052 Piedmont, Detroit, Ml 48223 Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, North and South Dakot-Miss Marti Meek, 722 E. Ohio, Clinton , MO 64735 New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania-Mrs. Elizabeth H. Marconi, 907 Meadowview Lane, Mont Clare, PA 19453 Ohio and Western Pennsylvania-Miss Barbella Kuenz, 1931 Youll Street Apt. #37, Niles, Ohio 44446 VIrginia- Mrs. Madonna E. Hoecker, 2210 Los Pueblos Lane #2 , Falls Church, Virginia 22043

Area Expansion Representatives Mrs. Sharon Richard, 4609 W 62nd Terrace, Fairway, KS Mrs. Sharon Clarke, 18103 Autumn Trails Lane, Katy, TX 77450 Ms. Jacquelen Smith, 104 Delaware, Dayton , OH 45405 Miss Brooke Ann Benschoter, 615 N. Kennedy Dr. #2, Grand Island, NE 68801

Collegiate Chapters Beta-Central Michigan President, Christine Carpentar, 1809 Deming #7 , Mt. Pleasant, Ml 48895; CA, Mrs. Patrick Doyle, 413 S. Univ., Mt. Pleasant, Ml 48858; CC, Mrs. K. T. Schueller, 212 South Ar nold Ave., Mt. Pleasant, Ml 48858. Delta-Indiana University President, Jeanne Wittig, 10 N. lOth St. , Indi ana, PA 15701; CA Mrs. Michael Mundis, 395 S. Third St. , Indiana, PA 15701 ; ACA, Mrs. Mary Stella Wolfe, 621 Wtllow Ave., Indiana , PA 15701; ACA, Mrs. WUUam B. Simmons lll, 291 Locust St. , Indiana, PA 15701 ; CC, Miss Donna Wetzel , 48 West Elm St. , Homer City, PA 15748. Zeta-Lock Haven President, Robin Rutter, R414 W Church St , Lock Haven, PA 17745; CA, Mrs. Nancy Parcher, 115 Allison, Flemington , Loc k Haven , PA 17745; ACA, Nancy Parcher, 115 Allison , Flemington , PA 17745; CC, Mrs. John Krupa, Box 4 , Island Rt. , Lock Haven, PA 17745. Theta-Wayne State President, Joyce Bury, 3249 Belmont, Hamtramck, Ml 48212; CA, Miss Kathy Puke, 13440 South Shore Dr., Apt. 308, Ster li ng Hts., Ml 48077; ACA, Miss Debbie Kanigowski , 34575 Mulvey Rd., Apt. 166, Fraser, Ml 48026; CC, Miss Donna Kanigowski, 5332 Orchard Crest, Troy, Ml 48098. Iota-Emporia State President, Cathy Castleberry, 1621 Merchant, Emporia, KS 66801 ; CA, Mrs. Leonard Crowl, 526 S. Congress, Emporia, KS 66801 ; ACA, Mrs. Cheryl Steinson, Reading KS 66868; CC, Miss Kathy Nerka , 1907 W 24th, 5-B, Emporia, KS 68801 Omicron-Concord College President, Sherry R. Dotson, C-648, Concord College, Athens, WV 24712; CA, Miss Mildred Dransfield, Box 307, Athens, WV 24712; ACA, Mrs. Richard Larkin , Box 785, 17 Pinehill Park, Athens, WV 24712; CC, Miss Betti Sue Hedrick, 600 Isla nd St. , Princeton , WV 24740 Rho-Southeastern Oklahoma State President, Regina Scott, Rt. #2, Box 222, Durant, OK 74701 ; CA, Mrs. Linda Powers, 1623 W Beec h, Durant, OK 74701 ; ACA, Mrs. Doris Andrews, 1121 Oak Ridge Dr., Durant, OK 74701 ; CC, Mrs. Paula Grimes, 1119 Oak Ridge Dr., Durant, OK 74701 Sigma-State College at Buffalo President, Ann Mar ie Carroll, 127 Bidwell Station, Buffalo, NY 14222; CA, Mrs. Sally Wales, 85 Basset Rd., Wt! Uamsville, NY 14221 ; ACA, Mrs. Jean McNamara, 189 Cresthill Ave., Tonawonda, NY 14150; CC, Mrs . Janet Bartlett, 120 Brook Dale Dr., Williamsville, NY 14221. Zeta Tau-Longwood President , Kimberlie Garber, Box 449, Longwood College, Farmville , VA 23901 ; CA, Mrs. Carolyn Calloway, HPER Dept. , Longwood College, Farmville, VA 23901 ; ACA, Mrs. \M!Uam Watson , Rt. 4, Box 408, Farmville, VA 23901 ; CC, Mrs. Britt Hart, 8607 Angelsea Dr., #3, Richmond , VA 23229. Upsilon- Central Arkansas President, Beth Martin, 313-A Club Lane, Conway, AR 72032; CA, Mrs. Betty Young, 814 Watkins, Conway, AR 72032; ACA, Miss Judy Terry, 612 Fourth Ave., Conway, AR 72032; CC, Mrs. Rick Harrell , Route 1, Box 15-D, Mayflower, AR 72106. Phi-Southeaste rn Louisiana President, Karen Hudson, SLU, P.O. Box 2380, Hammond, LA 70402; CA, Mrs. Thomas J. Hufstetler, 518 Susan Drive, Hammond, LA 70402; ACA, Mrs. Doris Thomas, Box

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783, SLU, Hammond, LA 70402; CC, Mrs. Steven \Abrth, SLU, Box 1186, Hammond, LA 70402. Chi-Shepherd President, Antonia Palumbo, Turner Hall, Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, WV 25443; CA, Mrs. Howard Carper, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 116, Shepherdstown, WV 25443 ; ACA, Miss Anna Willi ngham, Box 2A, Kearneysville, WV 25430; CC, Mrs. B. Crim , Rt. 1, Box 114, Gerandstown, WV 25420. Psi--James Madison President, Mary Nancy Turner, Box 3865, JMU, Harrisonburg, VA 22807; CA, Mrs. Gail Berrill, 117 N. High St. , Harrisonburg, VA 22801 ; ACA, Miss Diane L. Fontana, 953 Mt. Clinton Pike, Apt. #20, Harrisonburg, VA 22807; CC, Miss Robin Brown, 210-A, Todd Ave., Charlottesville, VA 22903. Alpha Gamma-Henderson State President, Terri Harris , Box H-2025, HSU, Arkadelphia, AR 71923; CA, Mrs. Beverly Gilbert, 819 N. 26th , Arkadelphia, AR 71923; ACA, Mrs. Margaret Scott, 1032 CUnton St. , Arkadelphia, AR 71923; CC, Mrs. Chuck Turley, 19 Applegate Ct. , Uttle Rock, AR 72209. Alpha Epsilon-Western Illinois President, Vicki Parsons, # 1 Pollock Drive, Macomb, IL 61455; CA, Mrs. Dorothy Seils, Apt. 325, E. Village, Macomb, IL 61455; ACA, Mrs. Jan Frowein, 506 E. Carroll St. , Macomb, IL 61455; CC, Mrs. Linda Cada, 1030 Robin Hood Lane, LaGrande, IL 60525. Alpha Kappa-Marietta President, Betsy Schenck, 219 Fourth St. , Marietta, OH 45750; CA, Miss Vicki Via, 203 Maple Shade Dr., Marietta , OH 45750; ACA, Mrs. Richard L. Hill, 202 Chamberlain Dr., Marietta, OH 45750; CC, Mrs. Richard Heller, Watertown Rd. , Marietta, OH 45750. Alpha Lambda-Radford President, Emily Ashby, P.O. Box 6408, RU , Radford, VA 24142; CA, Miss Martee Buchanan, 1022 Downey St. , Radford, VA 24141 ; ACA, Mr. Bernd Kuennecke, 603 Clement St. , Radford , VA 24141 ; Ass't. ACA, Dr. Noel Eggleston, 46 E. Brandon Rd., Christianburg, VA 24073; CC, Ms. Jean Gray, P.O. Box 413, Vinton, VA 24179. Alpha Mu-Arkansas at Monticello President, Edie Swainn , Box 2451 , UAM, Mont icello, AR 71655; CA, Mr. Jim Edson , Box 2451 , UAM , Monticello, AR 71655; CC, Miss l..ynette Terrell, 509 Midlord, Little Rock, AR 72205. Alpha Nu-Central Missouri President, Susan Kipping, A-210 Panhellenic, Warrensburg, MO 64093; CA, Mrs. Jean Bamford, 701 Meadowbrook Dr., Warrensburg, MO 64093; ACA, Mrs. Kolyn Cochran, 1607 Lee Lane, Pleasant Hill, MO 64080; Mrs. Robert Richards, 4609 W 62nd Terrace, Fairway, KS 66205. Alpha Xt-Mansfleld State President, Gail Lenker, Laural B, Box 147, MSC, Mansfield, PA 16933; CA, Miss Deb Hayn, Box 54, Cedarcrest, Mansfield, PA 16933; ACA, Mrs. Barbara Paskvan, 75 Wakefield Terrace, \Nestfield, PA 16933; Mrs. Charlene Plowcha, 184 Main St. , Mansfield, PA 16933; CC, Miss Kathy Doyle, 303 High St. , Westfield, PA 16950. Alpha Omicron-Clarion President, Andrea Vozel, 107 Ralston Hall, CSC, Clarion, PA 16214; CA, Mrs. Suzanne P-Jobb, 41 Wilson Ave., Clarion , PA 16214; ACA, Mrs. Michael Sardi , 40 Pine St. , Clarion, PA 16214; CC, Mrs. Gary Taylor, 1756 Bond St. , Brockway, PA 15824. Alpha PI-Slippery Rock President, Geralyn Berkery, 208 North Hall, S RSC, SUppery Rock, PA 16057; CA, Miss Elaine Cook, 2879 Talley Covery Rd., Allison Park, PA 15101; ACA, Miss Tracy Massack, RD. # 1, Box 237 -A, Cheswick, PA 15024; CC, Miss Mary Beth Helm, 408 North Brodhead, Rd., A&quipta, PA 15001. Alpha Sigma-Northeast Missouri President, Robin Marcantonio, 515 W Pierce, Kirksville, MO 63501 ; CA, Mrs. Steve Phelps, Box 25, Eastern Wlage, Kirksville, MO 63501 ; ACA, Miss Cynthia Mueller, 1008 S. Wabash, Kirksville, MO 63501 ; CC, Mrs. Alan Fletcher, 2014 Vine St. , Davenport, lA 52804. Alpha Tau-Edinboro President, Norma Jo Black, Sterling #7, College Park, Edinboro, PA 16412; CA, Mrs. Leonard Fumi, 2522 E. 32nd St. , Erie, PA 16510; ACA, Miss Janis Thoma, Box 6, Scranton Hall , ESC, Edinboro, PA 16412; CC, Miss Mary Ellen Wtllmitch , 4811 Westchester Ave., #217, Youngstown, OH 44515. Alpha Phi-West Chester State President, Christine de Marco, 201 S. Walnut St. , Third Floor, \Nest Chester, PA 19380; CA, Dr. Charlotte King, 726 Hillside Dr., West Chester, PA 19380; ACA, Miss Diane Schettone, C-27 Ramsgate Apts., 620 S . Franklin St. , \Nest Chester, PA 19380; CC, Miss Laurie Boruta, 7 Oakmont Ave., INillrnington DE 19804. ' Beta Delta-Duquesne President, Mary Alice Doyle, SMC 1026, 1345 Vickery St. , Pittsburgh, PA 15219; CA, Miss Jean Furgiuele , 63 Oregon rrail, Pittsburgh, PA 15234; ACA, Miss Ruth Clark. 700 Forbes Ave., Apt. C-10, Pittsburgh, PA 15219; ACA, Dr. Robert Roach , Adm. Bldg., Duquesne Univ., Pittsburgh, PA 15219; CC, Mrs. John Bittner, 1501 Tamarock Dr., Allison Park, PA 15101 . THE AN CHOR


Beta Epsil~n-Shlppensburg President, Lois Bixler, 61 College Park Apts., Shtppensburg, PA 17257; CA, Dr. Mary Jane Urbanowicz 400 East King St. , Shippensburg, PA 17257; ACA, Mrs. Gary Matso~ . RD 3, Southhampton , Apt. 7, Shippensburg, PA 17257; CC, Miss Usa Brown, College Park Apt. 67, Shippensburg, PA 17257. Beta Zeta-Alabama In Birmingham President Susan Waintraub 214 Rich mar Dr., Birmingham, AL 35213; CA, Miss Carol Matthews' 4131 Appomattox Lane, Birmingham, AL35213; ACA, Mrs. Wtlba~ McDonald, 3508 Fox Hollow Lane, Birmingham, AL 35226; CC, Miss Metissa Martin, 2333 Woodcreek Dr., Birmingham , AL 35226. Beta Eta-Southern Dllnols President, Sandra Wentler 10-B Hickory Hills, Glen Carbon , IL 62034; CA, Mrs. Jeanne Brun~orth 1439 Eberhart, Edwardsville, IL 62025; ACA, Miss Cheryl Meye~ 750 Oakwood Ave., East Alton , IL 62024; CC, Mrs. Nancy LaFiore '6612 ' Foothills Ct. , Florrisant, MO 63033. Beta Tau-Lowell President, Lena Michaetidou, Box #108, UL, Lowell, MA 01854; CA, Miss Ellen Duggan, c%o Dean of Student Affairs, Cumnock Hall , UL, Lowell, MA 01854; ACA, Miss Barbara MacCaron , Three Anthony St. , Methuen, MA 0 1844; CC, Miss Alison Molloy, 10 Whalen Rd., Hopkinton, MA 01748 Beta Theta-St. Mary's President, Donna Wauters, 210 Notre Dame, San Antonio, TX 78228; CA, Sister Ann Semel, 3301 W Woodlawn, Apt. 310, San Antonio, TX 78228; ACA, Miss Carol Wagner, Charles Frands #121 , SMU, San Antonio, TX 78284. Beta Iota-Millersville President, Judy Smith, #3806 Hordinier, MSC, Millersville, PA 17551 ; CA, Mrs. Chris Paules, 2582 Valley Dr. , Lancaster, PA 17603; ACA, Lois Fleck, 14-B Brookwood Ct. Apts., Millersville, PA 17551 ; CC, Miss Brenda Moose, RD #1 , Box 126, lJttlestown, PA, 17340. Beta Lambda-Texas at San Antonio President, Kathy Horseman 12515 Mt. Defiance, San Antonio, TX 78233; CA, Dr. Katherine Strickland, 88031lmber Cross, San Antonio, TX 78250; ACA, Debbie Ort, 5414 Timber Trail, San Antonio, TX 78228. Beta Mu-Sallsbury State President, Debi Flaig, R. A. Nanticoke Hall, SSC, Satisbury, MD 21801 ; CA, Mrs. Steve Hornurg, 16 Kirknewton Dr., Satisbury, MD 21801 ; ACA, Miss INendy lJpkey, 504A Chelsea Ct. Apts., Salisbury, MD 21801 ; CC, Miss Vickie Scott, 324 South Haven Ave., Salisbury, MD 21801. Beta Nu-Bloomsburg President, Leslie Ritter, 1001 Sesame St. , Apt. 54, Bloomsburg, PA 17815; CA, Mrs. Carl Bomberger, RD #4, Bloomsburg, PA 17815; ACA, Mrs. Deborah Chiado, 920 McGuire Rd. #6, Bloomsburg, PA 17815; CC, Mrs. Sandra Slavik, Box 51 , Third St. , Benton, PA 17814. Beta XI- President, Christy Cuthill, P.O. Box 314, Houghton, MI 49931 ; CA, Ms. Charan Bender, Wadsworth Hall, Resident Counselor, MTU, Houghton, MI 49931 ; ACA, Mr. Daniel McCormick, Houghton Ave. (WPPDR), Houghton, MI 49931.

ALUMNAE GROUPS +Chartered

+ Akron-Canton, Ohio Mrs. Geneva \.\bod, 447 Park Avenue, Kent, 44240 + Arkadelphia, Arkansas Mrs. Marcy Smith, 923 S. 27th Street, Arkadelphia, 71923 +Beckley, West Virginia Mrs. Marian Treadway, Box 535, Daniels 25832 + Birmingham, Alabama Miss Faye Kane , 1108 Woodland \nllage , Birmingham 35216 +Bucks-Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Mrs. Barbara A. Begly, 1914 Carriage Way, Warr ington 18976 + Buffalo, New York Mrs. Edward Bartlett, 120 Brookdale Drive, Williamsville 14221 + Conway, Arkansas Ms. Judy Terry, 612 4th Avenue, Conway 72032 Dayton-Cincinnati, Ohio Mrs. Alva Martin, 1144 Leaftree, Vandalia 45377 + Delaware County, Pennsylvania Alycia Mallon, 601 Crum Creek Rd., Media, PA 19063 +Denver, Colorado Ms. Sandra McGovern , 3318 W 46th Avenue , Denver 80211 +Detroit Ill, Michigan Mrs. Donald Bouffard, 15504 Eastburn, Detroit 48205 +Durant, Oklahoma Mrs. Dana Haggard, Box 421 , Durant, OK 74701 THE ANCHOR

+Edwardsville, Illinois Mrs. Nancy LaFiore, 6612 Foothills Court, Florlsaant 63033 + Emporia, Kansas Miss Beth Crow, 1531 Luther, Emporia 66801 Erie, Pennsylvania Mrs. Leonard Fumi , 2522 E. 32nd St. , Erie, PA 16510 Fort Wayne, Indiana Mrs. Ronald Richter, 3811 Hedwig Drive, Ft. Wayne 46815 + Hammond, Louisiana Mrs. Richard Weber, 2115 Cherie Drive, Hammond 70401 + Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Mrs. Lana McCaulley, 10 Big Horn Avenue, Mechanicsburg 17055 + Houston, Texas Mrs. Sharon Juntunen, 643 Eastlake, Houston 77034 + Kansas City, Missouri Mrs. Dale Mellon, 13107 E. 53rd Street, Kansas City 64133 + Kirksville, Missouri Martha Baker, 527 N. Baltimore, Kirksville, MO 63501 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Mrs. Stanley Novak, RD. #1 , Washington Boro 17582 + Lansing, Michigan Mrs. E. C. Twork, 47 S. lves, Road, Mason 48854 + Los Angeles, California Miss Frances Higgins, 1162 South Bronson, Los Angeles 90019 + Marietta, Ohio-Parkersburg, West VIrginia Pam Needle, 931 Fifth St. , Marietta, OH 45750 + Miami, florida Mrs. Suzanne Bossong, 12315 SW 43 Street, Miami 33175 + Muncie, Indiana Mrs. Steven L. Younce, Route 1, Box 260, Gaston 47342 + New Orleans, Louisiana Mrs. Ann Marie V. Duffy, 3136 Tennessee Avenue, Kenner 70062 + Norfolk, VIrginia Mrs. G. B. Johnson, 624 Pelham Place, Virginia Beach 23452 + Northern VIrginia (D.C.) Miss lJnda Bethel James, 3820 EICamino Place, Alexandria, VA + Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Mrs. Charles Allison, 421 College Avenue, Haverford 19041 + Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Michelle Morozek, Rd #1 , Fayette City, PA 15438 + Prince Georges-Montgomery County, Maryland Mrs. Jerry Dingess, 1304 Caddington Avenue, Silver Springs 20901 + Princeton-Athens, West VIrginia Mrs. E. F Jeffires, Box 167C, Hinton Star Route, Athens 24712 + Richmond-Petersburg, Virginia Ms. Margaret A. Nuckols, 10110B Castile Road, Richmond 23222 + Roanoke, Virginia Ms. Leslee K. Wade, 2913 Clarendon Avenue NW, Roanoke 24012 + St. Louis, Missouri Mrs. Frands Graflage, 10310 Capitol Drive, St. Louis 63136 + San Antonio, Texas Yolanda \nllarreal, 2001 N. Zarzamora, San Antonio, TX 78201 St. Petersburg, florida Mrs. Eileen Jandt, 10611 66 \12 Street #237, Park Royale , Pinellas Park 33365 + Shepherdstown, West VIrginia Mrs. Ruth DeHaven, 1125 Circle Drive, Martinsburg 25401 Southern Colorado Mrs. Nancy L. Horvath, 100 Tyndall, Colorado Springs 80916 Springfield, Illinois Mrs. Bruce Johansen, Route 1, Box 221 , Illiopolis 62539 + Tri-Clty, Michigan Mrs. David Flora, 6363 Stansbury, Saginaw 48603 + West Chester, Pennsylvania Mrs. Carl Crawford, 301 Kent Circle, Dawington, PA 19335 + Wichita, Kansas Mrs. Darrell Niemann, 331 S. \Akst Street Court, Valley Center 67147 + Youngstown, Ohio Miss Carol Ficeti, 1717 E. Market #B, Warren 44483 + Ypsilanti-Ann Arbor, Michigan Ms. Martha Belnap, 3366 Gettysburg, Ann Arbor 48105

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Kappa Delta Pi

Kappa Omicron Phi (Home Economics Honorary)

Delta Tamela Farren and Usa Smith

Alpha Sigma Susan Smith

(Continued from page 19)

Zeta Laurajean White and Kenda Whitmer Rho Debbie Williams Phi Cher yl Wattigney

Delta Phi Eta (Scholastic Honorary) Beta Iota Phyllis Anastasio

Psi Mar y Nancy Turner and lynn Feagin

Phi Kappa Phi (National Honor Society)

Alpha Omicron Kathi Jo Burker, Kandace Krach , Gina Vtllella, and Ann Marie Sheets

Zeta Tau Carol Robertson

Beta Epsilon Lois Bixler

Phi Cheryl Wattigney, Loretta Luchuck and Nancy Gautier

Omicron Delta Kappa (Leadership Honorary)

Kappa Mu Epsilon (Math Honorary)

Beta Mu Cindy Cluster and Jo Anne Hoffman

Zeta Tau Cindy Moss

Social Work Honorary

Beta Epsilon Kathy Falvey

Beta Mu Donna Manley

Nursing Honor Society

Royal Rooters

Upsilon Kim Hillis and Vickey Greco

Upsilon Beth Martin, Susan McNight, Becca Brown, Christy Mobley, Tammy Riley, Melinda Morrow, Patricia Rhodes, Melia Kilby, Carrie Stoner, and Unda Turner

Phi Gamma Mu (Business Administration & Economics)

Cardinal Key

Phi Shelley Waseum and Becky McCoy

Omicron Lou Ann Johnson Alpha Sigma Ruth Selby

Phi Mu Epsilon (Music Honorary) Phi Cheryl Watt igney and Nancy Gautier

Eta Sigma Gamma (Health Care Honorary)

Sigma Chi Alpha

Psi Chris Firesheets

Phi Loretta Luchuck

Dean's College

Alpha Lamba Delta

Beta Eta Angela Jerome

Alpha Lambda Donna C~ngenpeel

President's Honor Roll

Lambda Sigma

Rho Kelley Mackey

Alpha XI Sue Cooper, Cathy Cressman and MaShelle Gullo

Vice President's Honor Roll

Alpha Omicron Heide-Marie Bbss

Rho Stacy Warth en

Phi Sigma Pi

Student Activities Honor Society

Alpha XJ Debe Keen

Beta Eta Donna Johann , Angela Jerome, Patti Tompkins

Phi Beta Alpha

Sigma Theta Tau (Nursing Honorary) Beta Eta Angela Jerome

Sigma Tau Delta (English Honorary) Alpha Sigma Kathy lman 24

Alpha Omicron Mar y Jo Malizia

Tri Beta Alpha Omicron Candyce Stutzman and Susan Troxell

Tau Beta Sigma (Band Honorary) Alpha Omicron Pam Work THE AN HOR


NSSHA Alpha Omicron Janet Schminke

Pi Delta Kappa Alpha Omicron Ann Marie Sheets

Psi Chi (Psychology Honorary) Beta Epsilon Lisa Holland Beta Theta Carol Sawko

Geist Honorary Zeta Tau lynn Plageman and Cindy Morris

Phi Alpha Theta (History Honorary) Psi Jenny Morgan Beta Theta Linda Sparmo

Delta Epsilon Sigma Donna VJauters, Linda Sparmo, Helen Meaney, Lucia Rodriguez, Debbie Miller, Ann Campo, Barbara Grimes, Mary Strange, Nannette Whitworth, Linda Herzik, Lisa Villafana, Carol Wagner, and Jan Freeborn

Gamma Beta Phi Omicron Jeanne Davis and Cindy Jones Upsilon Sandy Cotten , Christy Mobley, Beth Mart in, Debbie Springer, Jo Ann Patterson, Melissa Montgomery, Terry Arnold, Marsha Crownover, Susan Courtney, Gina Spinelli , Diane Hibbard, Vickey Grecco, Patrida Rhodes , Laura Drown, Patti Cingolani, Lisa Cingolani , Susan McNight, and Lisa Boyd . ..

Alpha Psi Omega (Drama Honorary) Beta Theta Lucia Rodriguez, Debbie Miller, Carol Wagner and Jane 11erney

Pi Gamma Mu (Social Science Honorary) Delta Lisa Smith Psi Dana Asbell, Jenny Morgan and Sharon Baker

Delta Psi Kappa (Theraputic, recreation and physical education Honorary) Zeta Tau Julie Dayton, Cindy Smith, Cindy Thomas, Cindy Morris, Jan Jennings, Teri Davis, Jean Maclarin , Barb Greer, Sharon Harrup, Debra Spencer, Cindy Christianson, Grace Rogers, and Debi Kinzel

Alpha Phi Delta (Sophomore Honorary) Alpha Nu Debbi Rash

Lynchos Society Zeta Tau Robin Young

Alpha Chi Upsilon Christy Mobley, Beth Martin, Gina Spinelli , Patricia Rhodes, and Sandra Laferney

13 Club Phi Cheryl Wattigney, Loretta Luchuck and Becky McCoy

Chi Beta Phi (Science Honorary) Delta Pam Micheals

Les Madames Phi Kerry Trauth

a~d

Lisa Leblanc

Gamma Rho Tau (Accounting Honorary) Delta Phyllis Sedlack

Lambda Tau

Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology Honorary)

Phi Sheri Bye

Beta Epsilon Barbara Orr

Alpha Epsilon, Sue Goding was named Outstanding Sorority President at Western Illinois.

Alpha Epsilon, Lorie Holt was WIU Panhellenic President.


Queens, Maids & Beauties

Zeta Tau , Kim Furbee, Apple Blossom Festival Queen.

O micro n , De bbie Fanning, Forest Festival Princess.

Alpha Xi, Judy Kromko, homecoming court and escort.

Delta: Tamela Farren, Sigma Chi Derby Queen runner-up Zeta: Judy North, Homecoming queen candidate Omicron:

Cindy Jones, AST Sweetheart Queen, Debbie Fanning, Forest Festival Princess Rho:

Sandi Madox, Miss Rodeo Kiarnichi County; Regina Scott, Sigma Tau Gamma Rosebud; Mellssa Jarvis, Sigma Tau Gamma White Rose; Kelley, Phi Sigma Epsilon Pledge Sweetheart Sigma: Ellzabeth Voorhees, firstrunner-upSigma Tau Gamma White Rose Queen

Zeta Tau: Ki m Furbee, Apple Blossom Festival Queen Upsilon:

Upsilon, Ann Marshall (left ), Homecoming Queen at Central Arkansas with new pledge on bid day.

Ann Marshall, UCA Homecoming Queen; Jeannie Russell, Senior Maid and OKA Dreamgirl Court; Karen Sacrey, Junior Maid; Rhonda Fulmer, Freshman Maid; Sandra LaFerney, Frontier Week Queen; Shawn McMullln, Toilet Bowl Maid; Stephanie Smith, First runner-up & Miss Congeniality of Pledge Queen Contest; Mellnda Morrow, Miss Conway & Talent Award Winner; Suzie Sanders, First runner-up Miss UCA and Second runner-up Miss Conway; Susan Courtney, Most Beautiful Greek; and Carrie Stoner, Third runner-up Miss Conway

Upsi lon , Meli nd a Morro w w a s crowned Miss Conway and also received the talent award.

Zeta, Judy North was a homecoming queen candidate. Zeta Tau , Ci n dy Moss was named Senior Madonna at Longwood .

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Phi: Loretta Luchuck, Homecoming Maid; and Usa Leblanc, Queen of Mardi Gras Ball, Krewe of Elks Psi:

Janel! Schaedler, Second runner-up Miss JMU Pageant; Joan Lupashunski, Homecoming Court and Miss Madison Alpha Mu: Beth Tippin, UAM Homecoming Maid Alpha Nu: Ann West inghaver, Phi Sigma Epsilon Sweetheart Alpha XI: Judy Kromko and Brenda Bowmaster, Homecoming Court Beta Eta: Donna Uttlefield, Moose Queen, Lodge #4; Donna Johann, Sigma Phi Epsilon (SPE) Sweetheart; Sue Leibert, Golden Heart for S PE; Angela Jerome, Golden Heart for SPE; Donna Johann, Golden Heart for SPE and Sweetheart

Beta Tau: Denise Nadeau, Homecoming Queen

Upsilon , Karen Sacrey was a Junior Maid on the homecoming court.

Upsilon , Suzie Sanders was 1st Runner-up to Miss University of Central Arkansas and 2nd Ru nner-up to Miss Conway.

Alpha Sigma, Ruth Selby, Cardinal Key.

Sigma, Elizabeth Voorhees, 1st Runner-up Sigma Tau Gamma White Rose Queen.

FEEL LEFT OUT? Is your chapter's report missing from this issue? If it is, it probably arrived after the copy deadline. Remember, reports for the Spring 1981 , Anchor must be submitted by December 15. Mail your copy early so your chapter won't be left out. Send collegiate reports to: Terry Dudley, Editor 3624 Hunters Hill Drive Birmingham, AL 35210 Upsilon, Carrie Stoner, 3rd Runner-up to Miss Conway. THE ANCHOR

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Little Sister, is it worth it? Today's woman can dare think of herself first as an individual. She can even expect and receive recognition of her individuality. It is wonderful to be counted as a part of that impor tant segment of societytoday's women. We can be proud , not in spite of, but because we are women. We are still pleased to be mothers, wives, and da ughters. But we also enjoy and take pride in our roles as executives, leaders, athletes, and individuals. With our new-found opportunities, we must expect and accept responsibilities. A very important purpose of a national sorority is to provide a training ground for the development of the individual. Alpha Sigma Tau strives to help teach our members to live up to their potential. Through hard work, time, and association with the chapter members and the national organization, we realize our worth and grow ma ny ti mes ove r as a contrib uting member of society. Although we encourage involvement with other college activities

tions, we are deeply concerned with our members' association with "little sister" grou):6. We feel that the purpose of these grou):6 does not adhere to the goals and purposes of a national sorority. It is my understanding that one of the responsibilities of little sister membership is oftentimes preparing for and cleaning after a social function . Perhaps you should consider the worth of your time. As a sorority member, you can enjoy working beside fraternity members in a joint effort to raise money for a worthy cause or by co-sponsoring an all-campus dance. As a little sister member, will you be allowed a voice and vote in the fraternity business? In the sorority, you are an equal. Are you willing to accept becoming a part of an extension? In a sorority, you are a member of a total , democratic body. Have you considered that your priorities and obligations can easily be

confused? Are you willing to rush for a little sister group when you could be rushing for Alpha Sigma Tau? Ttme, money, opportunity for development and self-satisfaction must all be considered. Have you peered beyond the surface glamour? We are certainly not discouraging friendship and association with fraternities. We simply feel that through sorority participation you can benefit more and offer much more valuable assistance to the Greek System. Before you decide to join a little sister group, take the time to consider your responsibilities to womankind , to your sorority, and to yourself. -Bobbie Nichols

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Sleepytime Tau was a theme for a Sigma rush party. Back (L-R) Michele Luppino, Theresa McSweeney, Mary Jane Pend!, and Tricia Toomey, Front (L-R) Mary Beth Sodus, Beth Voorhees Anne Santini and Ann Marie Carroll. ' ' Sigmas Regina Fay, Julie Muise and Theresa McSweeney at an AST social--Western style.

The UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON'S Library is establishing a Mount St. Helen's collection as a centralized location for materials on the volcano's eruptions since March 1980. (Chronicle of Higher Education)

USED CRANKCASE OIL was mixed with No. 6 oil for heating last winter at the University of Rhode Island. Skidmore College (N.Y) plans to burn 100% used crankcase oil this winter, much of it donated by service station operators who receive receipts for tax-deductible charitable donations. A TUCK-IN SERVICE at the University of Maryland and Penn State for 25¢ or 50¢ may include a group singing "Rock-a-bye Baby" or a bedtime story, tucking in the covers, and a kiss on the cheek. Not exactly mother, but it's friendly. TO SAVE ENERGY--and an estimated $50,000-the University of the Pacific adopted new summer work hours of 7:00am to 3:30pm. Air conditioners were turned off at 12:30 pm but it was claimed that offices etc. stayed cool enough until closing time. BY THE END of the ' 80s one-fourth of the U.S. population will be Spanish-speaking says the president of Georgetown University. (UP/)

AN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR of phys. ed. and the soccer goalie from Houghton College (N.Y) set out from Pittsburgh to row a 17 ft. Adirondack guideboat 980 miles on the Ohio River to old Shawneetown, Ill. Alumni who were varsity athletes pledged funds, based on the boat trip, for the college's phys. ed. center. THE PRESIDENT of the Rhode Island School of Design described the qualities needed for a college president: the aloofness of a cat; the cunning of a fox; the eye of an eagle; the hide of an elephant; the slipperiness of an eel; the courage of a lion; the stubbornness of a mule ; the tenaciousness of a terrier; and the wisdom of an owl. To this he added: a heart of gold ; nerves of steel; and a stomach of iron. (Chronicle) THE ANCHOR

Here, take that! Sigmas sold doughnuts to fund social service projects. (L-R) Beth Voorhees, Mary Beth Lizak, Mara Attell , Ju6e Muise and Theresa McSweeney. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA and Kappa Sigma at Southern Methodist collected over 35,000 aluminum cans in their 3rd annual drive. Proceeds went toward beautification of the campus. Prizes were awarded to groups which collected the largest numbers of cans. Lambda Chi Alpha won with over 12,000 cans contributed. THE FIRST WOMEN'S college in the United States was the Troy (N.Y) Female Seminary, founded in 1821 by Emma . Willard. (UPI)

THE IFC at the University of Tennessee, in order to promote good relations with the campus: eats weekly with a Dean, facult y member, and/or campus leader. This has proven to be a very effective means of improving communications and understanding among these different areas. (Ph i Gamma Delta)

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Central Michigan

Indiana University

Wayne State

Winter semester for Beta chapter began with rush, and thirteen pledges (thanks to Tammy Evans, rush chairman and assistants Sherry Kroon and Rhonda Bums). Betas collected Campbell Soup labels for schools to buy audio-visual equipment; and, later collected money for the American Cancer Foundation. During Greek week members put on a show for the elderly complete with songs, acts, plays, and group singing. ("Let Me Call You Sweetheart" was everyone's favorite) . Diana Mitchum was in charge of philanthropies for the Panhellenic Council . . . Lori Ennis is second rush assistant for the Panhellenic Rush Committee ... Laurie Calm and Karen Shaw were awarded Outstanding Membership awards at the Panhellenic Scholarship Tea for 1979-80. Thanks to Glee Doyle, new Beta chapter advisor, for her dedication. ~ody Miron

Delta members made Easter baskets out of milk cartons and decorated them as bunnies, filled them with fruit, candy, and toys, and distributed them to emotionally disturbed children in the area. Deltas were active on Wednesday mornings, babysitting at a daycare program for Graystone Presbyterian Church. Girls worked cooperatively with the college Panhellenic for the College Foundation telethon, calling alumni for contributions. Other activities included a campus wide clean-up effort by pledges, painting the Greek alphabet on the walls which connected the sorority chapter rooms and participating in a bike hike for the Pennsylvania Association for Retarded Citizens. Delta scored their second consecutive victory in Derby Days, a competition between sororities on campus to raise money for a camp for retarded children. -Lisa Smith

January was filled with many fund raisers, from bake sales to selling stationary headed by Laura Saucedo and Lorraine Kaminski Spring quarter meant the election of new officers: Joyce Bury, president, Kathy Wilson vice president, and Diana Hernandez, treasurer. Big plans are: an AST-sponsored rock-a-thon; an ice cream social for alumnae and actives; Greek Week; and a Mother Daughter Tea at Charlie's Chop House. -Lorraine Kaminski

Emporia State Iota Chapter held an Easter egg hunt for the children at Hellinger's Developmental Center and Social Workshop . . . members taught the children games and the children taught the sisters some songs they sing; they worked with the Panhellenic College to coordinate a successful school dance

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with the theme "In the Mood," Iota's Margaret Ann Auer was crowned Miss Emporia (she also received an award in the swimsuit competition) ... second runner-up was also an Alpha Sigma Tau, Sharon Wagner (Shari won best vocal talent and best overall talent); area alums presented the chapter with a black onyx ring (donated by Mrs. Augusta Shepherd) to be awarded to the outstanding junior or senior sister to wear for a year in appreciation , the award was named the "Augusta Shepherd Award." -this year's recipient was Jana Updegrove. -Diane Melton

Concord Omicron sisters took spring pledges to a cabin in Pipestem State Park for a retreat .. . the evening was filled with games, songs, and laughter as pledges were shown the true meaning of sisterhood. Special events included a spaghetti dinner hosted by the Princeton-Athens Alumnae; and the biggest-the 50th anniversary celebration. With additional new sisters Omicrons were one of the first groups on campus to help organize and participate in a human chain which quickly and efficiently moved over 68,542 volumes into a new wing of Concord's library. Special congratulations, Cindy Jones who was crowned Concord College 1980 Sweetheart, after collecting the most money for the muscular dystrophy drive. Mrs. Martha Larkin was initiated into AST and is now serving as Assistant Chapter Advisor. This Spring, Omicron revived an old tradition, the annual mother-daughter luncheon. Mothers had the opportunity to meet sisters April 25 in the state room on campus during a buffet style meal. Each sister made a special wooden plaque and presented them to their mom's. Mothers were entertained with sentimental AST songs. Mr. Denver Crew, noted poet, and father of Sandy Dotson , wrote a poem especially for the Taus--each member was given a line to recite from the poem as a tribute to our Mothers. -Cheryl Muovich and Sherry Dotson

Southeastern Oklahoma The Rho Chapter returned in January to rush under the direction of Regina Scott .. . "Anchors Away To Hollywood," the fun party theme required members to dress as . celebrities-from Sophia Loren to MISs Piggy! Nine girls were pledged: An~ie Bivings, Jana Henry, Caralee M?rns, Jane Wright, Bobby Young, Kellie THE ANCHOR

Butcher, Gayle Swilling, Cindy James, and Pam Hart. March was ushered in with a tea honoring members' parents. The Spring Sigma Tau Gamma Pledge Class chose Cindy James as their Rosebud. The highlight of the semester was the Emerald Ball ... Congratulations to members who were presented awards: Outstanding Pledge, Henri Edge; Outstanding Member, Regina Scott; Outstanding Senior Member, Shauna Sterling; and Scholarship Awards to Kathy Lee and Debbie Williams ... Karen Abitz is Top Tau. Six Rags Over Texas in Arlington, was the destination for the pledges big sneak. The May schedule: a rushee breakfast for unaffilated women; a "sneak" for the members; and the Panhellenic banquet. - Donna Marlin

Buffalo Sigma Chapter kicked off the new year with rush parties using the Sleepytime Tau Skit, and a formal tea. These yielded six new sisters: Mara Attell, Maureen Daley, Regina Fay, Mary Elizabeth Lizak, Heidi Greenberg and Jodi Rozenberg. The best social service project was the Red Cross Bloodmobile Drive ... % pints of blood were collected-not bad considering Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity had a blood drive the next day. Initiation for new pledges was April 18 followed by a dinner at the Plaza Suite-sisters were fortunate to have many Sigma mothers in attendance. Pledges held raffles, bake sales, doughnut sales, a car wash, and sold daffodils for the Cancer Society. At the end of the pledge period, Sigma was presented with a plaque of an anchor which is presently hanging in the Student Union.

Other activities included a pajama party, a visit to the Wilcox Mansion where President Roosevelt was inaugurated, and Sister's Night (thanks Mary Jane Pend!, Theresa McSweeney and Julie Muise). The annual meeting was held on April 16 when new officers were elected: President Ann Marie Carroll, Vice President Michele Luppino, Treasurer Geralyn Barker, Recording Secretary Anne Santini, and Corresponding Secretary Mary Beth Sodus. Upcoming events: a business meeting at the home of Roni Wilkins, an active Buffalo alumna; Inter-Greek Association's Greek Picnic; Greek Games and Song Competition and a potluck dinner with the Buffalo Alumnae. -Ann Marie Carroll

Longwood Zeta Taus participated in a swing-a-thon for Cystic Fibrosis. From left (back row) Sherry Carmony, Kim Garber, Grace Ann Rodgers , Susan Towler, Sharon Pillow , Kim Fuhr , and Carol Robertson. Front row, Karen Kilmer, Julia Combs , Melan ie Moss, Linda Hall , Suzanne Frailie, Donna Braden, and Janice Johnson .

Longwood Zeta Tau held its annual Swing-A-Than for Cystic Fibrosis in a shopping center parking lot at Farmville, Virginia ... the Sorority set up a swing and each member was required to swing at least four hours taking donations at the swing throughout the Swing-A-Than. Merchants in Farmville allowed ZTs to set collection boxes in their stores during the week. Zeta Tau Panhellenic representative is Grace Ann Rodgers who keeps an open line of communication between the College Panhellenic Council and AST -Donna Braden 31


Eighteen members (of 72) pose in fromt of the chapter dorm . From left (top row) Betty Moore, Laurie Brooks, Gayle Moyer, Elaine Runner, Kim Keyes and Susan Freeman; (second row) Dana Silirie, Linda Pitts, Mary Nancy Turner, Janell Schoedler, Cindy Wingate, Karen Bankard; and (first row) Debbie Axtell, Allison Graves, Cyncy Federhen , Kathy Moorefield, Trish Locke, and Nancy Jones.

Southeastern Louisiana

school senior girls and their mothers were invited to tour the campus and the sorority dorm and to attend a luncheon and several seminars. Phi's best social service project was the 24-hour rock-a-thon to benefit Pine Mountain Settlement School ... members received a substantial amount of money and a closer bond among sisters. Social events were the annual Spring formal and the Parent's Dinner . .. new sweetheart and beau chosen were Melanie Pearce and Marty LaFleur. Officers elected are Karen Hudson, president; Diana Dubuisson, vice president; Donna Poche, treasurer; Robbie Blackburn, recording secretary; and Wilma Cresson, corresponding secretary. -Leslie Lipps

The Alpha Taus of Southeastern won the Panhellenic Scholarship Cup for having the highest grade point average of all the sororities of SLU ... an ice-cream party was held at which members receiving a 4 .0 average were awarded a banana split and those receiving a 3. 0, or above, got a sundae. The SLU Panhellenic Conference and Phi Chapter sponsored a Career Awareness program, where different career women (lawyer, CPA, a gynecologist, and a psychiatrist, etc.) spoke on professional careers ... AST participated in Sorority Day-high

Psi reached quota this semester, they are gaining 8 new sisters. This fulfilled our quota of 30 new sisters for the year. We are now the 2nd largest sorority on campus with 72 sisters strong. Social Service Projects included a Walk-a-thon , Special Olympics, and the March of Dimes Blood Drive and helping Panhellenic organize an Easter egg hunt for faculty children . Fund raisers were fun-selling visors at Football and Baseball games ... raffling "a basket of Florida

Central Arkansas Upsilon helped with the Area 5 , Arkansas Special Olympics. Approximately 1,000 children and adults competed. Jobs for the Alpha Taus ... making sure participants were at their event at the right time ... "huggers" to stop the participants when they reached the finish line ... lifeguards at the swimming events ... and some of the Alpha Taus helped with long jump and softball throw. When the day was through the members had shared a great Alpha Sigma Tau experience, one by which understanding the "special" children helped the Upsilon girls to grow closer. -Sandra Cotten

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Sunshine," .. . operating a tic-tac-toe booth by contacting local businesses for a space on the desk blotters members hand out in the Fall. ASTs Janell Schaedler was 2nd runner-up in the Miss JMU pageant. Greek Week awards ... 1st place in Fund-Raising, 3rd place in Housing Inspection , honorable mention in Social Service, and 3rd place in Greek Sing. New officers ... Mary Nancy Turner, president; Janel! Schoedler, vice president; Holly Fuller, recording secretary; Robin Watkins, corresponding secretary; and Trish Locke, treasurer. Psi's 24 graduating seniors presented a gift of a bentwood rocking chair, to keep AST "rocking" next year. -Stephanie Gockley Psi Marcia Crown ever and participants of the Special Olympics.


Henderson State

Social activities ... parties with fellow Greeks, Derby Day at Virginia Tech, and Greek Week festivities . Future plans include cabin parties and the annual spring picnic with Tri-Sigs. Congratulations to Top Tau Marcie Roberts. -Stephanie Merelman

Alpha Gamma chapter's new assistant advisor is Mrs. Margret Scott. Informal rush gained five new members ... Julie Alexander was voted Miss Congeniality in the Miss Henderson Pageant after a pancake breakfast on March 12, for pledges. The chapter helped at the Special Olympics, a track and field event for mentally retarded children. AG finished the semester with a spring formal on April 26 before finals.

Mansfield State

Western Illinois Spring semester Alpha Epsilon gained 20 pledges .. . the chapter remains the largest on campus ... thanks to Karen McCabe, rush chairman. Fund raisers wer~ a must as the driveway to the house needed resurfacing--money was raised with sales of candy and other projects. Alpha Epsilons won a new stereo by collecting cans and bottles. Socials with other Greek groups were fun-a retreat with campus sororities and breakfasts with fraternities. President Sue Goding was named "President of the Year," an honor awarded to the outstanding sorority president on campus . . . Lorie Holt was named president of the Panhellenic Association ... and Barb Siedler won first runner-up in the annual Foxy Lady Contest. Members attended the Regional Leadership Workshop for Zeta District Chapters at Northeastern Missouri University in Kirksville, Missouri. New ideas on officers' roles and membership participation were exchanged during the workshops. Alumnae weekend was exciting as many graduates visited for the weekend . .. AE participated in the annual ATO raft race then returned to the house for a slide presentation and refreshments with the alums. Members are proud to announce the addition of new Chapter Advisor Dories Siels and, graciously thank Mo

Alpha Epsilon sisters during formal rush. From left {back) Laurie Ziske and Donna Oplaski, and , {front) Stephanie Simmons and Karen McCabe. {Maureen) Keilpinski for everything she has done for the chapter in past years. Vicki Parsons was elected president and Kim Olexa was voted vice president for the upcoming year.

Radford Alpha Lambda elections were held-the new president is Emily Ashby. Social service projects were roller skating with the "Chips Kids," and participating in "Handicap Awareness Week. " The Sorority Growth and Development program led by Advisor Martee Buchanan was a leadership workshop to encourage each girl to develop leadership qualities. Holly Evert was voted Sweetheart Queen and Donna Clingenpeel, Princess at the annual sweetheart banquet. Alpha Lambda's took to the road, first to Florida for a fun-filled spring break-then to Ohio for Regional Day weekend.

Alpha Xis visited a special education class in an area elementary school on Halloween, Christmas and Easter playing games, singing songs and giving them treats. The special service project was a joint effort with Lambda Chi Alpha at MSC-a rock-a-thon , benefiting Jerry Miller. Jerry is a former student who was injured in a motorcycle accident which left him in a coma until late November. Participants rocked for 60 hours. The Alpha Xi girls took part in the annual MSC Greek Week ... events included an outdoor picnic, an ice cream social, Greek Games, and mixers. The highlight of the week was an "All Greek Banquet" where ALT's Amy DuPree was named Greek Woman of the year. The chapter celebrated its fifteenth anniversary at a Spring formal and picnic. Spring pledges are : Diana Bender, Laura Biester, Brenda Bowmaster, Gina Calzola, Bernie Cheltino, Sue Cooper, Marion Garrett, Debe Keen, Donna Kukura, Gail Lenker, Roberta Sherman, Sue Strenge and Kim Weatherill. Farewell to Advisor Mary Straub who moved south with her husband ... thanks for all you did. -Amy DuPree

Alpha Epsilons at Theta Chi "Swap."

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Alpha Omicrons (from left) Janet Schmincke, Kathi Jo Burker and Donna Best before Tau Chalet rush party.

Clarion State The Taus of Clarion began a hectic semester by helping the Red Cross Bloodmobile by giving helped support to donors. Informal rush for A~T meant a "bagel bash "; a winter "Tau Chalet" theme party with steaming hot chocolate and a slide show entitled "Friends" by Kim Beisner. Members put the heat on with their party, "Taus in the Tropics". The result? Eight super pledges : Jill Sonnhalter, Janice DeFalco, Helene Pawlowski , Sharon Buczkowski, Kelly Ziembicki , Donna Andrachek, Theresa McCoy, and Sue Snyder. To end the semester, Taus took first place in Greek Sing competition during Greek Week! -Theresa McCoy

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Duquesne

At the annual Spring Panhellenic banquet held at Northeast Missouri State: actives and pledges achieved a combined grade point average of 3.07 to win the President's Scholarship Cup ... Sue !man was installed Panhellenic Treasurer and was named Miss Congeniality ... and Kathy !man won Panhellenic Scholarship. Alpha Sigma participated in Greek Week activities-torch walk, awards night, Greek olympics, variety night, and casino night. Pledges served as dealers and cigarette girls at Casino Night which benefited the Cancer Fund. The Alpha Sigs (with the aid of Sigma Tau Gamma) painted the cafeteria at the Adair County Nursing Home. The project saved the nursing home money and gave A~Ts and ~Tfs an opportunity to talk to the residents. We received great coverage in the local and school papers for our efforts. Other social service projects: sponsoring runners in the Muscular Dystrophy Marathon; contributing to the local United Way Drive on campus and participating in the Panhellenic and IFC Cemetery Clean-Up. (Again, publicity was given by newspaper and local television.) It gave A~T the chance to work with the Greeks on campus. -Hazel Douglas

Denise Rynn and Tom McGovern represented the chapter in Duquesne's annual dance marathon for Muscular Dystrophy. Banners with messages of spirit and encouragement were visible in the ballroom during the 52-hour marathon. The Sorority collected a grand total of over $1 ,500 during the month-long MD campaign. Beta Deltas hosted a rush workshop (with the Panhellenic Council). Mrs. Betty Riley, of the Alpha Pi Delta chapter, spoke to the sororities about rushing and "working together." -Julie Ritchey

West Chester State Informal rush brought Alpha Phi ten new sisters: Denise Allen, Becky Boyer, Marie Cameron, Dee Diem, Susan Kelly, Anne Sorman and Jennifer Byer, Chele McKibbin, Leonor Mendez, and Rosemary Miller. Actives and pledges were involved in many service projects, the largest and most important was a dance marathon benefitting the Multiple Sclerosis foundation . AST not only helped the Greek Council set up the marathon, but also sponsored a couple who danced the entire 29 hours. WCSC Panhellenic held a tea for women faculty members to only better acquaint women students with administration, the other sororities. Alpha Phi placed second in the skits and games during Greek Week-end ... had the annual Yellow Rose Formal (chaired by Susan Weber) ... and ended the year with a farewell party for graduating seniors: Julie Bravacos Ritann Cantwell, Terry McDermott, Leonor Mendez, Dona Patch, Kathy Reinhold, Cindy Sattazahn, Debbie Smargiassi, Barb Via, and Barbara Wagner. -Susan Kelly

Shippensburg State After a lengthy Christmas break, the sisters of Beta Epsilon returned to Shippensburg for a successful informal rush ... party themes were New Year's Eve, a Coca Cola party, 11e and Oriental parties and the serious party. The results was eight terrific pledges: Pam Barnhart, Tina Eccarius, Judy Manderbach, Janet Purtell, Karen Steever, Peggy Stokes, Donna Taylor and Nancy Welk. Taus welcomed incoming freshmen by giving them a tour of SSC's facilities; participated in the Alumni Phone-a-than ; babysat for Headstart Children; had a canned food drive; and held a "May Day" party for the children of Scotland School. Patty Peters led the BE's in such fund-raising events as a hoagie sale and Valentine's Day Rose Sale. During All-College Week, ASTs sponsored the traditional Anchor Splash unusual swimming events with winners receiving trophies ... and sisters participated in the Women's All-Sports Night. Highlights of the semester were a visit from Mrs. Sara Krupa, district president ... the spring formal , at the Ramada Inn in York on April 19, with many alumnae attending ... and a good-bye party for graduating seniors with skits, awards and songs. Con!fatulations to Katie Gray, Beta Epsilons Top Tau. -Susan Ingram

Alabama in Birmingham The new UAB College Panhellenic President is Beta Zeta's Mary Yeatman. Rush begins September 28 with an ice cream social for everyone to get acquainted. Fall Rush of 1980 will open the doors for a new system of rush week ... it is scheduled for October 3 4 , and 5th ... teas will be on Friday ' night, theme parties on Saturday ... and preferentials on Sunday ... bids will be picked up on Monda . THE AN HOR


The Beta Zetas are collecting hair dryers, electric rollers, magazines, books, etc., for the young people at Hlll Crest Hospital in Birmingham. The hospital is dedicated to the treatment of nervous and mental diseases, and drug and alcohol addiction. Pledges also send a check to the Pine Mountain Settlement School. A special project was recently begun to choose a "Tau of the Week" ... she is chosen at the end of each week by her sorority sisters according to her outstanding attitude and helpfulness to sisters. A prize is given to the winner at the end of the week. The senior spring formal was May 10. -Joan Calvert

Southern Illinois Beta Eta bought soccer equipment for the Alton Children's Home in Alton , illinois ... one of the soccer balls was autographed by the SlUE soccer team-1979 NCAA soccer champions. Beta Eta's Elizabeth Morris served as president of the Fraternity-Sorority Conference (SIU's Greek governing body). Spring pledges are Sherry Burns and Bonnie Hutton. Beta Eta's also participated in a Greek toga party held with other Greek organizations on campus-it was a roaring success! -Denise Panyik-Dale

Lowell The Beta Tau Chapter at the University of Lowell acquired five pledges at informal rush involving a pot luck dinner, an invitational tea, and a BYOB (bring your own banana) banana split making. Fund raisers-<ioughnut mornings, bake sales , hotdog days, lollipop-candygrams and a carnation sale--helped balance semester expenses. A social service Christmas party was co-sponsored with Delta Kappa Phi fraternity for the Head Start program children ... an Easter food basket was donated to a needy family ... a sister donated her large stuffed rabbit to a local children's hospital . Regional day at Millersville State College was constructive and informative-sisters returned exploding with new ideas! Socials: kidnapping the pledges of Tau Kappa Epsilon until the brothers appeared with the ransom-pizza! Members donned beach wear for Delta Kappa Phi's Yamoo! party and cowgirl duds for Pi Lambda Phi's Western party. AlTs celebrated the fifth year at Lowell with a spring yellow rose semi-formal. The dining, dancing and company is memorable. An awards and senior banquet night was held in a Chinese restaurant. Congratulations to Top Tau-Alison

Molloy. A yellow rose and a departing gift was given to each of our graduating seniors-Linda Almeida, Patricia Foner, Susan Hoffman, Suzanne Reynolds, Devorah Long, Margaret L,mch , Carol Minicucci and Alison Molloy.

St. Mary's The Beta Theta Chapter wraps up another semester after a spring banquet, Las Vegas Night, victories in Greek Week competitions, an Olympic Tribute dance, and initiation of 19 enthusiastic pledges. Taus did volunteer work at a nursing home near St. Mary's . .. each Sunday five members visited the residents to write letters , read, give manicures, or simply talk to them. Each group was responsible for preparing an activity and finalizing plans with the nursing home. The Chapter closed the semester with a Sorority growth and development project, an outdoor Mass and picnic. The Mass was planned around the theme of sisterhood and was dedicated to the graduating members. Members contributed to the picnic which followed the service .. . the experienced cooks concentrated on lighting the charcoals, while other Taus organized the buffet. -Mary Margaret Rohmer

Millersville State

Beta Etas at their Spring rush table: from left, standing, Linda Partney, Angela Jerome , Donna Johann and Jackie Mehetens and, seated, Kathy Pritchett and Donna Littlefield. THE ANCHOR

BE>ta Iota sisters added seven pledges for spring: Dorine Carnese, Terry Rill, Terry Gass, Dianne Greco, Patty Loftus, Neysa Fratantoni and Kathy Van Sickle .. . they had a spaghetti dinner; won second place in Greek pledge skits and participated in several dorm sales and Regional Day. Most BI activities involved preparing for Regional Day at MSC on March 1. Service projects were a large part of the Spring activities ... on March 7, four sisters , Pam Rusch, Sue Pihoker, Laurie Mann and Cheryl Moxley, participated in a bowl-a-thon to benefit scholarship programs at MSC. Two weeks prior to the event, sisters collected sponsors for the bowl-a-thon-the project netted $800 for scholarship funds. Members sponsored a mentally-handicapped girl (Carol Acala) for the regional Special Olympics and worked as volunteers at the event And, nine sisters participated in a volleyball marathon to benefit the muscular distrophy campaign. They were: Kas McGrath , Laura Marriani, 35


The rest of the semester was filled with: informal rush where Beta Mu gained Ceily Walker, Gretchen Altergott, Charlotte Kimball, Debbie Taylor, and Mary Dickey as pledges; the second annual Valentine's Dance; and supplying the campus with a Singing Valentine Service. -Christine Long

Bloomsburge State

Beta Tau members at a theme party for rush. Meg Cullinan, Lori Wallace, Tma Fisher, Pam Rusch , Terri Weaver, Phyllis Anastasio, and Ginny Heyer. -Mary Verspille

Salisbury State In February, Beta Mus became involved with the World Cup Tennis Tournament featuring Borg, Nastase, an,d Conners, and other great tennis players ... the chapter served as usherettes and hostesses for the week of the tournament . .. members were able to meet the players at a party after the tournament. The Beta Mus are employed by the

Civic Center as hostesses of the various activities held there ... such as the Glenn Miller Band Ball, Harlem Globetrotters game, and the Lipazano Horse Show, the Pure Prairie League and Johnny Cash shows. But before we could usher, all members were required to take a course in CPR; (now the entire has been certified. ) The service has given A ~T a boost. Many community officials, impressed by A~T's work arranged to have a billboard made in the chapter's honor. Thanks to Tammy Brumwell and Kathy Griffiths who made the required hostess uniforms.

Beta Nu's at Bloomsburg State College began Spring rush Oed by Rush Chairman Marianne Bredbenner.) The result: 21 pledge sisters: Lisa Bartlett, Karen Becker, Lenore Bingham, Mary Brill, Diane Drake, Lisa Hague, Michele Hallman, Gina Huhn , Lisa Kalinger, Bonnie Mauger, Patti Miller, Laurie Morse, Mary T Montione, Roseann Murello, Cheryl Murray, Sue Reed, Teri Sommer, Sue Stone, Gail Weikel, Marla Wroblewski, and Karen Yarnall. Beta Nu's assisted the Bloodmobile greeting apprehensive but willing donors. They escorted them to and from the donor area, and provided them with juice and doughnuts. A~T's Diana Benasutti danced in a marathon that benefited the Mental Health Association. Other sisters participated behind the scenes, making sure Diana was well taken care of. ~T participated in the volleyball tournament, Greek week, and senior ceremony. A~T took second-place on Olympic Day due to the superb running of Lisa Hague. The Senior Ceremony was held to honor the seniors of all the sororities on campus. --Joanne Dunstan

Beta Mus serves as tennis tournament usherettes this year. From left (back row) Donna Bytella, Donna Manley, Susan Maxwell, Cindi Kirby, Cindy Leason , and Christie Long; (front row) Debbie Waddell, Nan Clendaniel, Lee Akers, Wendy Lipkey, Jinny Mears, and Cindy Cluster.

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.s to J. .. ~. ua Rubin and tlaru,.. _ .ing pledge class. We are so prouu AST shines in scholarship on the ens' College campus. 1 ~Juring the last week of classes a shing Well was sponsored in the Din; Hall of the college. The money, which :aled $300.00, was given by students no dropped coins in the well with a ish for good luck on their final exams. : was donated to the American Cancer .ociety. The Spring semester, which seemed to draw quickly to a close, was topped off by an after-finals camping trip to upstate New York. Hiking, swimming, rowing and sightseeing were Qnly some of the many activities which filled four hectic but invigorating days of outdoor living. Christina Blackwood

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Alumnae enjoy social service, theatre, collegians, and friendship Beckley Beckley Alums sponsored a cookout for the Concord ASTs ... enjoyed the to Yellow Rose on May 3 and the tea on May 4 sponsored by the Princeton Alumnae. Beckley members held a re-activation ceremony on March 9 at the home of Donna Tlpane, vice president ... in April a film strip on Pine Mountain Settlement School was shown and the girls sent $20 to the School. Alumnae truly enjoyed selling candy for Special Olympics games held on April 18-the club raised $170. All members were able to purchase AST cookbooks . . . and sent many letters to Alpha Taus asking for contributions to buy cinderblocks that will be used in building an AST lodge at Concord College-the response has been tremendous. The last meeting of the year was a cookout at the home of Cindy Holland. -Regina Doss

Birmingham Alumnae attending Convention were, from left, Diane Sencchi, Holly McDonald, Cathy Crapet, Mrs . King, and Terry Dudley.

Birmingham Birmingham Alumnae were proud to have six members attend National Convention in Pittsburgh. In addition to those pictured above, Melissa Martin attended the convention as Birmingham's official delegate. Alumnae and Beta Zeta collegians enjoyed a luncheon honoring Mrs. T. J. King, Jr., for having served as National President and for having been an active and loyal chapter member. 38

Sisters had fun making aprons to be sold at the convention Country Store. Profits will help fund local and social service projects of the chapter. The newest adopted project is Higdon Hill School for emotionally disturbed young people. Birmingham members have made monthly visits to the school taking badly needed items and small love gifts to the adolescents. One of the highlights of the new year was a covered dish supper shared by members, and their husbands and dates. - Terry Dudley

Buffalo Evelyn Grampp and Dorothy McGarvey co-hostessed the January luncheon at the Syracuse Restaurant . .. members brought pictures of themselves when they were Sigmas at Buffalo State. A cake demonstration followed a dessert meeting in February ... in March, members worked on the social service project-utility bags for the boys at Gateway Home for Children in \Mlliamsville . ... The Buffalo alumnae initiated two collegians into the chapter ... a cosmetic demonstration followed . In April, members and friends enjoyed a fund raising dinner and a picnic in June ended the year's activities. Officers for the coming year are: President Janet Bartlett, \lice President Helene Blackledge, Recording Secretary Norma Martin, Corresponding Secretary Karen Howard, Treasurer Fran Plachta, Chaplain Betty Clay, Editor Marilyn Helmrath, Historian Veronica Wilkins, Panhellenic Representative Dorothea Porter, and Panhellenic Alternate Lucille Peterson. -Marilyn Helmrath

Delaware County Delaware County Alumnae initiated five more girls to join its seven original members initiated in 1979.... they are: Jayne Ann Cotter, Mrs. Joyce Cherty Hutton, Aylcia Mallon , Marie Pratt and Debbie Wolfram. Alycia Mallon was overwhelmingly elected President. Alycia has been busy working closely with the newly founded chapter. Future planned activities-visits to area homes for retarded children ... ~field trips to care centers for

the elderly ... and a summer bash is being planned and advertised to encourage alumnae in the area to come out and meet members of the chapter. Congratulations to: Barbara McCollough Day expecting a baby in the Fall . . . and to both Maryann DeSantis and Debbie Wolfrom announcing their engagements and October weddings.

Detroit January's storms made Detroit's annual telepathy meeting a practical solution to Michigan's hazards ... alumnae spent the time thinking of our sisters and communicating by phone. Brunch with Bach-seventeen members and guests visited the Wayne State University campus for the concert at the Detroit Institute of Arts. A fund raising activity in April for the convention delegate's registration fee and an update of Detroit Panhellenic activities completed the evening. Theta Chapter's third annual ice cream social gave alumnae an opportunity to meet collegians at Wayne's campus ... and Carl's Chop House was the scene of a mother-daughter luncheon in May. A special thanks to President Juanita Bouffard, \lice President Diane Peters, who planned special events, Corresponding Secretary Barbara Koscierzynski for her excellent communications, and Treasurer Peggy Hickey. -Rose Marie Schmidt

Edwardsville Edwardsville had the usual roustabout garage sale at which the chapter made $85. Members participated in two telethons to raise money for the Presidential Scholarship Fund at Southern lllinois University collecting over $275 in one night. The spring social service project was selling tickets for a repertory playhouse in St. Louis to benefit the Chidren's Association. Summer pans-roller skating, attending a St. Louis Cardinals baseball game and taking in an opera. Congratulations to Jeanne Laythe who married in June ... to Nancy Lafiore and her healthy, new baby girl ... and to Karen Beckman who became engaged in December. -Jeanne Layth THE AN H R


Houston Houston Alumnae worked three months making items for the Sampler Bazaar sponsored by the Houston Alumnae Panhellenic Association. Two alumnae, Candy Horsley and Muriel Ivy, were initiated into the Houston Alumnae. ASTs raised over $300 used to send a dele~ate to Convention in Pittsburgh and m supporting social service projects. Members donated over $50 to the National Headquarters Fund in memory of the AST Founders ... sold Christmas cards for the Michigan Association for Emotionally Disturbed Children . .. and gave gifts to a woman who resides at Richmond State School, a mental health agency. -Particia L. Nayle

Kansas City The Kansas City alums had a money making project-porcelain bells shaped like little boy and girl figurines were sold. Profits were used to buy a piano bench for the Alpha Nu Chapter at C.M.S.U. in Warrensburg. In February a special meeting was held to gather the pieces for the needlepoint project instigated by Sharon Richard. Three members were initiated into the chapter at the March meeting: Jeane Bamford of Warrensburg, Ida Cole of Leeton and Brenda Haupt of Kansas City. Kansas City Alumnae are very proud to have professional women--a college administrator, policewoman, insurance claims adjuster, audiologist, insurance broker, legal secretary, homemakers, teachers, secretaries and sales clerks--as active members. Alpha Nu Chapter invited the alums to their Founders Day celebration held in March ... alumnae presented the needlepoint piano bench cover to Alpha Nu as an anniversary gift. Several alums made plans to attend the National Convention: Judith Sparks, Sharon Richard, Deborah Pyszka, Jeane Bamford, and Nancy Cochran. At the May meeting, final plans were made for the annual chapter's picnic at Pink Hill Park in Blue Springs 14th. Invitations were extended to all alumnae (and their families) in the area. The men "get to do the cooking" and the women have time to reminisce! -Kolyn Nancy Cochran

Marietta - Parkersburg Chief activities of MariettaParkersburg were assisting Alpha Kappa THE ANCHOR

Kansas City Alumnae made a needlepoint piano bench for the Alpha Nu Chapter. Chapter. Meetings are generally held at the sorority house which the collegians generously share with us. Members of the alumnae chapter serve as advisers and chapter consultant to the collegiate chapter. From January's snows through April's rains, alumnae assisted collegians to prepare for the Regional Leadership Conference: place cards for the banquet were created with three-dimensional yellow roses ... Phyllis Hill made banquet favors by carving the letters AST from walnut wood and making them into lapel pins (some of which were sold in the Country Store at convention) . .. collegians were assisted with the selection of new furnishings , for the house. The Alumnae Chapter supported Alpha Kappas in the Heart Fund Dance Marathon and later ended the year by inducting graduating seniors into the club with the traditional ceremonies. -Ferne Phipps

New Orleans The New Orleans chapter began the new year with dinner at Etienne's Restaurant . .. Phi chapter members also shared the occasion .. . and the Mardi Gras season was celebrated with minature King Cakes (a New Orleans tradition) . In February Linda Williamson Newman and Beth Carney Himbert were initiated as alumnae ... Linda gave a Tupperware presentation ... followed with a wine and cheese taste. Alumnae visited Hammond,

Louisiana for the Phi formal ... Linda Newman presented the Lowe-Moore Award to her little sister, Rita Anne Bertolino, for outstanding service to the collegiate and alumnae chapters, and Southeastern Louisiana University. Alumnae attended a tea in honor of Mrs. Doris Thomas, chapter advisor for Phi Chapter for many years. Congratulations: Kay Johnston gave birth to a son, Michael; Cindy Guillory has a new addition, Melissa ... other expecting mothers include Kathy Seeger and Marilyn Greene. New officers are: Marcia Barr, president; Anita Gradwohl, vice president; Maria Luchuck, treasurer; Beth Carney, secretary; Kathy Seeger, historian ; Gail Siciliano and Cheryl Strauss, editors; Kay Johnston, social service; Laura Moran, chaplain; and Kathy Seeger and Rita Anne Bertolino, collegiate representatives. Future plans include taking adopted boys from Magnolia School to see a movie ... party for alumnae and their escorts and graduating seniors from Phi an invitation. -Rita Anne Bertolino

Northern Virginia The Northern Virginia alums were especially pleased with a Christmas gift of three initiates: Roni Breoer, Carol Zorger Mooney and Cheryl Fensterly. Social service ... the group has continued to be supportive of Camp Tapawing6, for the mentally retarded and physically handicapped of Fairfax County . . . the National Children's Hospital was suggested as a national AST service project. 39


Approximately 36 ASTs and their husbands are gathered for the annual Sweetheart Potluck Dinner (the dinner is potluck-not the sweethearts!) Mary Louise Doyle welcomed the members to her home in March where they received materials and instructions to prepare a square for the AST friendship quilt. ASTs and guests attended the Uttle Theater of Alexandria to see "I Never Sang for My Father"-proceeds from the evening went to the City Panhellenic Scholarship Fund. Beverly Scott's home was the scene for installation of officers: President Peggy Robertson , Vice president Debby Alexander, Secretary Mary Early, and Treasurer Cathy Schriner. The year ended with a picnic at Mary Charles Ashby's. -Betty Gail Elliott

Philadelphia Philadelphia alums began the new year with a luncheon and a project-making session .. . in February, they helped celebrate the Chinese New Year with a ten-course Chinese banquet at the Chinese Cultural Center in Philadelphia's Chinatown. In March another luncheon was held-this time accompanied by films shown by hostess, Helen Lombardi. In April , Taus returned to center city, Philadelphia, for a cheese fondue party luncheon . .. following luncheon and business, members toured the Walnut Street Theatre. Members and their guests lunched at Menden Hall, then toured the "Nemours" mansion of Alfred Dupont in May. -Carolyn Potser

Pittsburgh To celebrate Christmas, sisters brought their favorite hors d'oeuvres the recipe to share. For the second year, the chapter's social service project was directed toward a group of emotionally disturbed children ... members provided a circus theme games and treats for youngsters at the party. Last year's flea market was such a success, ASTs will once again empty closets in order to boost the treasury. And plans were centered on July Convention -Debra Colabrese

Roanoke Several sisters joined Leslee Wade and her Monday night ballet class in January .. . in February guest speaker, Betsy Hunter, gave some tips on "Supermarket Strategies" . .. a tasting party followed .. . Alums went to the

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Roanoke Civic Center to see "Ain't Misbehaving. n Eight seniors from Radford College and one senior from Madison were Roanoke's guests at party given in April .. . it was an opportunity to meet the girls and tell them about the alumnae chapter activities. Congratulations: Leslee Wade married in September; new "additions" are expected in May for Cindy and Larry Howard, and in September for Bittsy and Mark Hall. - Billie Miller Howell

St. Louis The St. Louis Alumnae sold tickets for a benefit theater party-Edwardsville alumnae were able to attend-thanks to all who made the fund raising event successful. The annual meeting in May was held at the home of Maxine Graftage-the meeting was preceded by a pot luck supper ... a June luncheon is planned, also. The chapter has been sending two delegates to convention for several years-the incoming president is the delegate and the immediate past president is the alternate. A special convention fund is built with money contributed from dues and special fund raising events. Carolyn Alexander made stationery for the Country Store and other talented alumnae made needlepoint pin cushions. -Mary Lou Scott

Shepherdstown Cold, blistery, January was an appropriate time for Shepherdstown Alumnae a lesson in Home Energy Conservation presented by Jo Mullendore of Potomac Edison. Shepherdstown alumnae watched the slide program with tips for energy conservation in cooking, heating, and lighting. At the next meeting, members gathered for a totally new experience as they tried an evening of aerobic dance complete with music, laughter, and exercise. Gingham placemats, napkins, and tablecloths were made at the meeting in March as a social service project . . . the selection of linens was to be used by a group of trainable handicapped students at the Pikeside Special Education Center in Martinsburg. Amidst April showers, Shepherdstown gals traveled to the home of Clare Henderson for the annual patroness party with Chi Chapter ... four new alumnae were

welcomed into our group and sisters shared an evening of fun and fellowship. -Mary Staley

Ypsilanti-Ann Arbor Happiness is being able to make someone else happy . .. the theme used by Ypsilanti-Ann Arbor in this year 's activities. Social service projects included a party for children at Yorkwood and a donation given to purchase roller skates for their indoor rink ... viewing a slide presentation of Pine Mountain and sending a donation to the school for their use in their programs. Happiness-hearing words of thank you expressed by Rev. Boggs from Pine Mountain , and the coordinators at York wood. Happiness-seeing sisters you haven't seen for a long time-Patti and Rosie at Founder's Day ... and taking your mother to lunch on Mother's Day ... members look forward to a summer day at a sister's cottage ... regeneration of an active collegiate chapter, additions to our membership, money making projects to fund social service, and another good year of fr iendship. -Joyce Berg

Does Your Name Belong Here, Too?!? Please send THE ANCHOR news about yourself, your leisure activi ties, your work ... or that of your fe llow alumnae. A un ique occurrence at an alumnae meeting, a small item in your local newspaper--any and all of these lead to llvely an d informative fea tures about you fo r Alpha Sigma Tau. Rem ember-you are Alpha Sigma Tau. Start with the blanks below, add extra sheets as needed, and mail to:

Send to: Mrs. Thomas P. Dudley

3624 Hunters Hill Drive Birmingham, AL 35210 NAME (please print) _ _ __ CHAPTER & YEAR _ _ __ ADDRESS ____ _ _ __ NEWS ITEM _ __ _ __

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The Big Job Hunt So you want to go back to work. Great. You want to reassert that independence you had before you married " Mr. Wonderful. " Super! The children are in school and it wouldn't hurt to start putting more into the savings for their college education. You've made up your mind. Now it's time for the big job hunt. But it's been years since you worked

self-examining questions should depict a more realistic picture of what you can handle on the job. So how do you know what's out there in the job market that would coincide with your needs and interests? Read, not just the want ads but, magazines such as TIME and other news / financial magazines. Talk to people who work. Ask them about their work. Many community schools and universities have career counselors that offer free help. Remember, you have to be agressive. Not all available jobs are listed in the daily news.

Fitting into the job market

outside the home. Where do you begin? Before you look at the job market, ask yourself these questions: How do you identify your career interests with the jobs that are available? What are your capabilities? What is your potential? What have you done recently that could qualify you for a particular job? Review your past years and list all the jobs you've done .. . all the ones you liked and did well. Then try to decide which aptitudes you have. (Examples: manual dexterity, office skills, being a chairman of an organization, adeptness with vocabulary lists. ) Do you work well with people? Could you manage an office? Can you promote an idea or sell product? List your special areas of knowledge such as cooking, law, plants, child care, budgeting, etc. The next step is to list your values. Do you like to work in- or out-of-doors? Can you work best with or without people around? Can you work against a deadline or under pressure? Do you like to sit or move around? List ten things you like to do. Examine your personal and emotional values. Do you have children? What are your financial and family obligations? How is your health? What is your energy level? How much education do you have? These THE ANCHOR

Be assertive, beginning with your appearance. Look like the person who can do the job. Present your self confidently, in a way to let people know they want you. Confidence comes from knowing your strengths (which you listed earlier). Develop a plan and think it through. When you begin interviewing, ask an employer if he knows of other contacts. Inverviews are often a good source of leads to other jobs. How important is the interview? It is the single most important factor in landing a job. Most people who fail to get a job do so because they fail to promote themselves. They lack confidence. The object is to present yourself in the most positive manner possible. What can you expect during an interview? Here is a list of frequently asked questions: How would you describe yourself? Are you flexible? Can you work with others-can you get along with people? What work have

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you done that you enjoyed most? Will you fit in? Why did you leave your last job? Present your reasons in a positive light and never say you had a personality conflict. What are your plans for the future? What is one of your weak points? Can you take criticism? One positive statement of self criticism is, " When I get involved, I want to work all the time." Indicate you are reliable, independent. Tell the employer you really would like to work there, if you mean it. The one thing which keeps many women from getting a job is that they are too humble . You must be assertive because you are the best asset you have.

Jobs for the future Business forecasts indicate that during. the next ten years, the brightest areas in the job market open to women include health, accounting, business, sales-not retail, but industrial, insurance, stocks, or jobs which could require travel--and technical jobs such as math, science, engineering or computers. It has been predicted that by 1990, 52 million women will be working. Most of them will be married and have young children. More child care will be available and flexible to fit schedules of working mothers . The biggest problem concerning job-hunting women is occupational overcrowding. That is, certain areas such as education, secretarial or clerical positions, nursing, domestic or food service positions are too few for the many females who want to enter these professions. The one way women can avoid this problem is to broaden their educational preparation. 41


Attend the RL W in your district

Zeta District members who attended the Regional Leadership Workshop at Northeast Missouri State in Spring.

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President, Mrs. Thomas J . King, Jr., was speaker at Zeta's RLW.

National officers attended RLW with the collegians. Pictured during lunch with collegians are Miss Chris Nugent, Zeta District President (facing camera , left) and Mrs. Jean Bamfo rd, a Chapter Adviser (facing camera, right).

RLWisfun Regional leadership workshops have been scheduled for several weekends in the Spring. (Check your recent COB for the dates in your district. ) Workshops provide officer training, motivation for members at large, an opportunity to get to meet new sisters, and lots of fun . Round up a car load-or two-and take advantage of a terrific time!

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IT'S IMPORTANT: We Need Your Correct Address! Have You Married? Or Moved? College Chapter _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Year of Initiation _ _ _ __ Maiden

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Married Name - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Former Address : Street. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ City_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Zip, _ _ _ _ _ State _ _ _ _ _ __ New Address : Street. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ City _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Zip _ _ _ _ _ State,_ _ _ _ _ __ Remarks _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Date Returned,_ _ _ _ _ _ __ Send all Changes of Name and / or Address to : Alpha Sigma Tau Central Office 6200 Hoffman Ave . St. Louis, Mo . 63139 If you are planning a change of name or address in th e near future. please use th e above form to notify th e Central Office. Please don't get lost!

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Would you be willing to help organize an alumnae c hapter? _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Would you come to a meeting if contacted? Tele . No ._ _ _ _ _ __ If unable to attend meetings, would you be willing to support a chapter by paying dues? _ _ _ __ Return this form to: MRS. ROBERT O'DELL

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Tau Market Want to help your chapter earn money? Tau Market is a new feature of THE ANCHOR It is designed to help chapters sell items which they have made or bought. If you or your chapter have an item for sale, send a clear picture or black and white drawing of the item along with a description, price and address where it can be ordered. Priced quoted should include shipping and handling. DO NOT SEND ORDERS OR MONEY TO THE ANCHOR The Editor cannot accept responsibility for such orders.

National Handbook . . . . . . . $5 Collegiate Handbook . . . . . . $3 These may be purchased from Central Office , 6200 Hoffman Ave., St. Louis, MO 63139

Well, what do you think of THE ANCHOR? This " new" format is the result of all the ideas , suggestions and criticisms you've given me over the past two years. I realize not all of you will be pleased with every change. But I would like to know which features you liked or disliked. Perhaps the most noticeable change is that the chapter reports have been shortened. I wrote each collegiate chapter and asked them to write about their most successful philanthropical program and their best rush parties. Some complied with the requests . Some didn't. Many alumnae chapters still do not understand the following : Fall issues are to report of past spring activities (Jan . to June). Spring issues convey news of Fall happenings (Sept. to Jan.). I do not have room and it is not fair to other chapters to send only one report for the entire year and expect to have it printed in its en&ety. It still amazes me that alumnae rarely ever take photographs--or at least I receive an average of only two per issue. Out of the many alumnae chapters we have, I think that is a very poor

Crystal Etchings BADGES Members wishing to sell or give a badge to the sorority for "recycting" should contact Central Office. Prices for sorority jewelry sold through CO will be available in the next issue of THE ANCHOR

ANCHOR Subscriptions Subscriptions to THE ANCHOR are available for $5 a year to all alumnae who do not pay dues and want only to buy the magazines. (Collegians , and dues-paying alumnae receive the two issues per year at no cost.) Send your check and correct address to Alpha Sigma Tau Central Office , 6200 Hoffman Ave., St. Louis, MO 63139.

Lovely crystal etchings such as those given as favors at the awards banquet at convention are available for $2.50. This keepsake is made of quality acryli c on which a rosebud and open blossom has been beautifully engraved. Great gifts for that special sister. Order from Central Office.

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response. Come on. Let's show those collegians that there is tife after college. You are alive aren' t you? I hope the information request form on page 40 will spur you on to more reports from more chapters. Remember you get efficiency points for your reports. Be patient, please. With all these changes, I have not been able to get all the contributions ready for this issue . I'll get to them in upcoming issues as soon as possible. If you would like to see your col legiate or alumnae chapter on our cover, send a good , color slide or transparency taking care to wrap it so it will not be scratched or bent. Slides can be returned. Subjects should be identified just as they would be in a photograph and if possible be accompanied by a story.

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Send your stories to THE ANCHOR, 'Cause all your sisters sure do hanker to know more about you. Your pictures are welcomeYour suggestions and ideas , too. But be kind to the editor And tell her what you like that's new ! Fraternally,


Mae R. Hunter, Omicron Adviser, was initiated on January 18, 1933. The picture was taken in Athens, West Virginia about 1946.

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