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Page 140 text:
Phrateres International OFFICERS: (Left to right) Marta Meanz, Photographer; Susan Rogers, Treasurer; Carole Wolf, Pledge President; Jan Membership Vice-President; Dean Catherine Nichols; Lora Hulton, President; Donna Carver, Social Vice-President; Myrna Tucker, Corresponding Secretary; Nancy Mikulecky, Pledge Mother; Yvonne Holley, Program Chairman. (Not shown are Lynn Pigg, Secretary; Carol Ulery, Assistant Pledge Mother.) " Famous for Friendliness " has been the motto of Phrateres since it was founded on the UCLA campus in the fall of 1924. From that time, Phrateres has chapters throughout the western United States and Canada. The Off-Campus Women of Arizona State received their charter as Eta Chapter of Phrateres on March 9, 1958. Arizona State recognized the need for a stronger organization in which the woman could participate and it was because of this need that Phrateres International was requested to come to this campus. Phrateres exists as a service and social for off-campus women. It allows an opportunity for its members to participate in campus activities and acquire the social graces. Scholarship and are encouraged. The women of Phrateres participated in the Senate, ASASU boards and committees, the executive and general council of Associated Women Students and the Student Religious Council. Phrateres is in such honoraries as Spurs, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Chi, Psi Chi, Alpha Mu Gamma, Orchesis, Tau Beta Sigma, Pi Kappa Delta and Arizona Beta. Laura Hilton and Marty Means helped sell text books at the semesterly book sale sponsored by Phrateres. Old Actives: (left to right) Myrna Tucker, Barbara Wall, Jo Claire Amos, Becky Pilcher, Lynn Pigg, Carol Nelson, Carol Westfall, Margann Fletcher and Donna Carver. — 136 —
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Rodeo Club Devoted to good horsemanship and fine horses, all members of the Rodeo Club are, necessarily, During the school year the Rodeo Club sponsors the Matched Roping Contest with the of Arizona, held in conjunction with the annual ASU-U of A football game. In the spring they also sponsor the colorful National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Rodeo, with participants from many schools in the western states. Members of the Rodeo Club Board of Directors are Dean Hill, Judy Skinner, Junior Amivesca, Rose Krznarich, Derrell Miller, Carol Truman, Dr. Freeman, Tom Harsh, Lee Wright, and John Hadlock. Pictured during Homecoming Week activities are Carol Truman, Nancy Bain, Dean Hill, and Bob Milner. Carol Truman, last year ' s queen, crowns Nancy Bain as Rodeo Queen. Attendants are (left to right) Vicki Turner, Susan Musfelt, Judy Bruch, and Ruthie Beck. Rodeo Club members enjoy a dance sponsored to help finance expenses for the National Intercollegiate Rodeo. — 135 —
Page 141 text:
NEW ACTIVES: Front row, left to right — Roberta Bruney, Diane Rudick, Mary Lee Harlin, Irne Vasquez, Dorothy Carnal, Marta Maens. Second row — Martha Noble, Saundra Hicks, Marge Rudduck, Carole Wolf, Sharon Shannon, Judy Taylor, Mary Gorman, Susan Griffiths. Third row — Kaye Carlson, Peggy Anthony, Grettie Tillinger, Bertha Macllroy, Judy Thiele, Suzanne Duncan, Dolores Hernandez, Toni Lewis, Jean Hallickson, Nancy Hartman, Jane Ritter. Fourth row — Elaine Eden, Nancy Turner, Yvonne Holley, Lee Horner, Carol Laurel O ' key, Nancy Johnson, Carol Englehart, Judy Foster. .At the MU Birthday Party Myrna Tucker and Nancy Turner were " living flowers. " The theme of the party was " Alice in Wonderland. " — 137 —
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