Indiana University of Pennsylvania - Oak Yearbook / INSTANO Yearbook (Indiana, PA)

 - Class of 1940

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i First row: Ycagcr, Palmer, James, Keller, Csiszar, Davidson, Hancock, Williams Second row: Grihhle, Lehman, Quail, Peters, Michaelson, Gerber, Pfahler, Lynch Third rote: Race, Putney, Nelson, Marlin, Watson, Letzlcr, Kane, Dcnhow Fourth row: Feit, Tobias, Laing, Little, Myers, Lewis, Brasshcld 171

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YT THETA SIGMA EPSILON OFFICERS President ; Corabel Nelson Vice-President Lillian Little Corresponding Secretary Mary Elizabeth Feitt Recording Secretary Nancy Palmer Treasurer Margaretta Williams Editor Emma Estelle Pfahler Sergeant-at-Arms Doris Letzler Panhellaiic Representatives . . Marie Myers, Cleora Peters, Marian Lynch A NATIONAL EDUCATION At the founding of Alpha Chapter of Theta Sigma Upsilon at Emporia, Kansas, in 1921, the open motto selected was " The Higher Good. " Since then, fourteen chapters through- out the United States have adopted this belief and the desire to fulfill the five-fold objective. This term has been one of bells, baggage, and boxes for the Theta Sigs. Their former sponsor and present one were both married, and National Con- vention attended by Emma Estelle Pfahler vitalized the ideals of the organization. Perhaps Mr. Kipp could explain how the girls transported their belongings from his studio in the Arts Building to Music Education Department. On the first semester ' s social calen- dar were after-dinner coffee parties at Mrs. L. C. Davis ' with colorful mov- ing pictures or flickering firelight lend- ing atmosphere to Christmas carols; tea with Mrs. Marlin and Mrs. Watson; a professional meeting with Miss Wallace; formal initiation and banquet at the Country Club; a Farmer ' s Party with the sorority girls and freshman guests hiking to the College Lodge. SORORITY FOUNDED IN 1909 With the second semester activities came the formal rush party, this time in quite the opposite style. Gay flower girls, colorful corsages, varied entertainment, and rhumba rhythm gave the gala occasion a decided Spanish accent. March the fourteenth brought rushing season to a close, and the celebration of Founder ' s Day on March 15 with pledging and dinner started the new girls on their way toward membership. These, with formal initiation, pro- fessional meetings, the Mother- Patroness Tea and Senior Farewell, were the outstanding events on the second semester ' s social calendar. Of great importance was the resigna- tion from the college faculty of the former Miss Houston of the Art Department. But even though she has given up her teaching position, she has now become a life member, not only of the Biamonte ' s, but also of Theta Sigma Upsilon. In her stead, the Theta ' s have chosen Mrs. Marlin, who is as efficient and active as though she had been with the sorority since the installation of Pi Chapter. 170



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nAe PI DELTA THETA OFFICERS President Hi;len Maher First Vice-President Gahnet Moore Second Vice-President Mary Lu Showman Secretary 15i; riv Risuel Treasurer Phyllis James Chaplain Anne Shank Registrar Jane Younkin Panhellenic Representative . Arlene Hughes Editor . Helen Stillvvaoon A NATIONAL EDUCATION SORORITY FOUNDED IN 1926 In September; Repledging service . . . Get-toi ether at Dr. Perkins ' house; convention talk; four prizes won at the convention; next conven- tion in 1942 at Indiana; discussion of summer activities . . . Panhellenic Tea . . . In October; An initiation service . . . The Fellowship Dinner at Rustic Lodge . . . Mary Lou Showman acts as the toastmistress . . . Reproduc- tion of the Convention Banquet . . . Fixteen ex ' s back for it . . . In November: An informal rush party for twenty freshman guests . . . A Theatre party at the Manos to see " Beau Geste " ... A Patriotic tea at the Activities Cottage . . . In December; A Christmas Party ... to Pittsburgh via the school bus . . . " Kiss the Boys Good-Bye " at the Nixon . . . Service work for the Red Cross at the home of Mrs. Kanable . . . the Panhellenic Dance in Recrea- tion Hall . . . with music by Baron Elliot and his orchestra . . . More Pi Delts and larger proportion of ex ' s thanany other group at the dance . . . In January; Semester exams . . . Burning the midnight oil . . . An end-of-semester party at Dr. Perkins ' house for the student teachers going off campus . . . Lots of good food and everyone happy . . . Old and new songs . . . In February; A Founder ' s Day Ser- vice at 6 ;00 in the morning . . . Every member and pledge present . . . With breakfast down town later ... A formal dinner by the patronesses at Mrs. Steele ' s home . . . Bingo and prizes for everybody . . . Dr. Perkins ' house for a waffle breakfast as a re- ward of merit . . . Cherry pie at Mrs. Kanable ' s house ... A formal rush party at Indian Springs . . . Night-club life a la Indiana . . . Grand freshmen . . . In March; Bidding . . . New pledges . . . Then pledge duties — lots of fun for the older girls . . . A panel discussion . . . In April: Busy days again . . . In- itiation service . . . National Tests In May: A Mothers ' Day Tea at the Lodge . . . Good-bye to all the Seniors . . . 172

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