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RONT ROW - Susan Henderson, Beth Armstrong, Mindy Lovell, Jerri Jergins, Lori Givens, Donna
ougherty, Sandra Simpson, Sandy Mavrinac. ROW 2 - Belinda Williams, Carol Kelly, Juane Heflin,
lelissa Jackson, Suzel Molina, Ann Brown, Kelli Mahoney, Becky Stephens. ROW 3 - Tammy Tyson, Son-
'a Kitt, Kim Smith, Sandi Hiatt, Kelly Rings, Judy Arnot, Rhonda Marsh. ROW 4 - Fern Parmer, Jana
ilmer, Susan Lovell, Kathy Mitchell, Ronna Rhoads, Lucy Isom. ROW 5 f Sheryl Hamby, Carrie Fowler,
im Watson, Carol Leish Rhoads, Valeria Howard, Rebecca Limb.
Service to ACU students and to the
university was the goal ofthe women ofthe
Campus Service Organization, and the
Columbus Day flood in Abilene gave them
an unusual opportunity to serve.
Kris Hunzinger, a senior elementary
education major from Warren, Pa., was
the director for the clean up after the
flood. Members walked west down East
North 16th Street where much of the
heavy flooding occurred and assisted some
of the residents with salvaging their
Although helping the flood victims was
not a usual service project for CSO
members, they participated in regular
yearly service projects for ACU.
CSO helped at registration during
Homecoming, High School Day, Junior-
Senior Day and Lectureship, and super-
vised the voting booths during the elections
for class and Students' Association.
They also served in November as
hostesses at a tea for the ACU dorm
mothers. Jana Palmer, a sophomore
elementary education major from Fort
Worth, and Beth Armstrong, a freshman
from Anson, entertained the dorm mothers
with a flute duet. CSO members served
hot tea and cookies and asked the dorm
mothers to tell an anecdote about their
They had one social during the year in
honor of the women who were graduating.
The semi-formal December social was at
K-Bob's Steak House. CSO members gave
ceramic Christmas bells to graduating
seniors Kathy Arnold, a business ac-
counting major, and Kris Hunzinger.
Mrs. R. L. Roberts, a librarian and
CSO sponsor was given a ceramic bell for
her service, and Cheryl Gabrielson, a
freshman pre-engineering major, received
an award for accumulating the most serv-
This page: top - Sandy Mavrinac, a
junior elementary education major and
president of CS 0, and Lori Givens, a
freshman government major from Irving,
discuss the collection offunds for an up-
coming club project, bottom - Members
of CS 0.