Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1982

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add two large pledge classes l FRONT ROW - Michelle Baxter, Valinda Avey, Lisa Kay Young, Kelly McGlothlin, Geana Bassham, Cathy Martin, Lori Davis, Amy Ritchie. ROW 2 - Rhonda Staples, Kelly Miller, Tammy Hanby, Judy Walton, Carol Hurt, Leah Kirkpatrick. ROW 3 - Susan Green, Tammy Shuford, Le Grace Durham, .Ian Watson, Julie Aaron, Denise McLennan, Michelle Mahanay, Dawn Mallory, Alyssa Armstrong, Jamie runer, Sandra Tetreault. ROW 4 A Linda Youree, Kim Hurst, Leigh Mason, Fara Page, Marcia Clanin, atti Neisler, Judy Struck, Cindy Smith, Diane Rider, Ruth Whitworth, Sharla Jones. ROW 5 - Danna ambert, Paula Rogers, Kelli Kelsoe, Tina Richard, Leigh Ann Tooke, Ellaine Allred, Theresa Avey, Julie Jordan, Hillary Hodges, Laura Pittman, Karen Taylor, Alisa Willis. The club also won the women's division of the intramural rodeo. Alisa Willis, junior Delta Theta member from Graham, received the All-Around Cowgirl honors in the spring rodeo. Another Delta Theta also won in rodeo competition, but in a different way. Fara Page, junior agriculture business major from Greeley, Colo., received the Miss West Texas Rodeo title in early September. Throughout the year the club of about 50 women participated in a variety of other activities. The women competed against members of other clubs in the fall blood drive for the Meeks Blood Bank and donated more pints of blood than any other social club. For every pint donated in the December blood drive, Christian Homes of Abilene re- ceived a S25 credit on the hospital bills of the women and children from the home. The club conducted an Oct. 31 Homecoming breakfast for DT members and alumni at the Woman's Club of Abilene. In the afternoon the club par- ticipated in the Student Foundation's "Carnival Island,', a series of game booths designed especially for the children of returning alumni. Members of Delta Theta rented a mechanical bull and let visitors try their luck at rodeoing, urban- cowboy style. In the early part of the spring semester the club worked at being devilish angels for their Sing Song performance, "The Metamorphosis of Mephistophelesf' The presentation was created and directed by senior Delta Theta member, Michelle Bax- ter, elementary education major from Lubbock. Club members and their dates attended four socials. To carry out the fall grub's "Fantasy Island" theme, couples came dressed as someone or something they would like to be. The spring grub social, conducted in a gym, was called "Let,s Get Physical." Members and dates dressed as athletes. The club also had two formal socials. A Christmas social featured a reception in McGlothlin's parents' southside Abilene home and dinner at the Abilene Club. In April members andetheir dates traveled to Fort Worth for a social at the Hilton Hotel. The couples also had a reception at the home of DT Rhonda Staples and visited the Fort Worth zoo. Delta Theta 277

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