Indiana University - Arbutus Yearbook (Bloomington, IN)

 - Class of 1943

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Indiana University - Arbutus Yearbook (Bloomington, IN) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 248
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SIGMA KAPPA Friendly atmosphere and homelike surroundings were the keynotes of life in " Windsor Lodge " on Jordan Avenue where the coeds of Tau chapter of Sigma Kappa spend the gayest and happiest hours of their lives at Indiana Uni- versity. During the 1942-43 school year, several campus honors rolled in the front door of the chapter house. At the first Summer Prom under the University ' s new wartime speed- up program, Bettye Karger, sophomore, reigned as queen. Then autumn came and with it came the time for Per- shing Rifles to elect an honorary captain. Margaret (Marcy) Mann, a freshman pledge, walked away with that distinc- tion, an honor that seldom goes to a freshman. In her at- tractive white and blue uniform, " Marcy " drilled with the campus military unit. Another campus position held by a member of Sigma Kappa is that of the presidency of the Pan-Hellenic council. Inge Pelikan, senior, who is also a member of Pleiades, served in that capacity. Representing the chapter in the University Orchestra were Novella Northcott and Norma Alyea, freshmen. In the journalistic field, the Sigma Kappa representative was Jean Ragon, a member of the editorial staf? of The Indiana Daily Student and president of Theta Sigma Phi. Among Tau chapter ' s traditions are afternoon teas and " joe " parties for the other sororities on the campus. 4 /ictiue4. Front Row — Zama White, South Bend, ' 44; Norma Roof, Anderson, ' 45 ; Marjorie Cook, Dayton, Ohio, ' 45 ; Pauline Sexson, Indianapolis, ' 45; CJeraldinc Schroeter, Hammond, ' 45; Ruth Witherspoon, Princeton, ' 45; Helen Milderbrant, Evansville, ' 44; Bettye Karger, Evansville, ' 44. Second Row — Lucy Jane tfadley, Indianapolis, ' 43; Norma LaRenaur, Indianapolis, ' 43; Alice Schafer, Ev- ansville, ' 43; Jean Ragon, Hammond, ' 43; Betty Regel, Evansville, ' 43 ; Inge Pelikan, Evansville, ' 43 ; Evelyn Daniels, Peru, ' 43 ; Eleanore Rutz, Gary, ' 43. Back Row — Jeanette Siwietz, Gary, ' 45; Jeanne Ken- dall, Evansville, ' 45; Mary June Larson, Hammond, ' 45; Kathryn Hickrod, Fort Branch, ' 44; Marian Williams, Marengo, ' 45; Nancy Doolittle, Waukegan, 111., ' 45; Mary Sabin, Dana, ' 44; Betty Jayne Compton, Hammond, ' 45; Novella Northcott, Indianapolis, ' 45. Jean Ragon President Helen Hilderbrant Helen Hilderbrant Vice-president Mary June Larson Kathryn Hickrod Treasurer PiedtfCi. Front Row — Mary Frances Terrell, Joncsboro, ' 46; Margaret Mann, Indianapolis, ' 46; Jo .Ann Mullins, Vin- cennes, ' 46; Amelia Tiplick, Indianapolis, ' 46; Dorothy Clausen, Glen Ellyn, HI., ' 46; Lucille Clausen, Glen Ellyn, III., ' 46. Second Row — Elizabeth Clay, North Salem, ' 45; Nor- ma .Alyea, Hebron, ' 46; Eleanor Hall, New Rochelle, N.Y., ' 46; Rosemary Hodson, Middletown, ' 46; Peggy Millbern, South Bend, ' 45; Dorothy Jaggers, Fort W ' .niu-, ' 4^ ; Bar- bara Spong, Indianapolis, ' 46. Baik Row — Valeska Strickland, Owensville, ' 46; Mar- tha Brahos, Hammond, ' 44; Jean Stoddart, Hammond, ' 45; Joan Simmons, Terre Haute, ' 45; Virginia Jordan, Hagerstown, ' 46; Virginia Hofer, Fort Wayne, ' 46; Judith Bright, Indianapolis, ' 46; Doris .Anne Folz, Evansville, ' 46. 244

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