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fmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmm Up Jon Of Cki O, meaa f Vice-President VIRGINIA RUTH PEARCE Rash Chairman PEGGY TREVATHAN Founded at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, on April 5, 1895. COLORS : Cardinal and Straw FLOWER : White Carnation The Upsilon Chapter of Union University endeavors in all phases of life to give truth and light to its open motto, " Hellenic culture and Christian ideals. " Deep within the heart of each member is a wonderful bond of unbroken love and friendship. This bond grows with the years and is ever a source of enlightenment. This year certainly was one of which to be proud and one in which much enjoyment was had. The Chi O ' s were the recipients of many awards and honors. Among these, Miss Union and escorts; Queen of Sigma Alpha Eps ' ilon; Sweetheart of Alpha Tau Omega; Cheer- leaders; Freshman Queen and Maids; Strawberry Queen; Representatives in the Ten Most Beautiful Girls. Three members, Ann Bray, Carol Edmonds, and Pat Blankenship were chosen for membership in Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Other Chi O ' s were basketball maids and class officers. Officers and membership were held in Hypatia Literary Society; Footlights Club; Alpha Psi Omega; Latin Club; Psi Alpha Theta; Min- erva Club; Lest We Forget Staff; Cardinal and Cream Staff; Library Staff; Student Coun- cil with Miriam Watt serving as Secretary-Treasurer; B.S.U. ; Prince-Davis Science Club; Spanish Club; and the Mallory Math Club. Chi Omega ' s social life has been full this year beginning in the fall with a Supressed Desire Party, a chicken supper, a surprise party for actives, the annual Sweetheart Banquet, Fall and Spring Eleusinia, and climaxed with a spring outing. The civic activities included a Christmas party for a needy famly, complete with Santa Claus and gifts; giving Thanksgiv- ing and Christmas baskets, and selling papers for the Lions Club. So, it is with mixed emotions of joy for a year well done and sadness for those who are leaving us, that we close this year. Memories of the year will live forever in our hearts and we will recount them many, many times. Next year, we know, will be another characterized by love and friendship.
Page 103 text:
First Row: Paul Sanderfer, Eddie Hamlett, Tom Mtirchison, Raymond Boston, Gerald Dame. Second Row: Bobby Highfill, John Montgomery, Polk Glover, Billy Murphy, Roy Collomp. Third Row: Jerry Spencer, Johnny Smith, Jerry Phillips, James Scott. Roger Van Metre. Fourth Row: Dalton Fox, Jim Brandon. Larry Boston. Jim Bailey, R. N. Graves Fifth Row: James Allcock, Wayne Brown, Malcolm Tipton, Dave Evers, James Smith. EVWMmmnnNrnwv«nwMMMM»
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Top Row: Carole Green, Larry Gay Lane, Meredith Smith, Mollie Burnett, Ellen Miles, Sandra Miller. Second Row: Annette Clark, Loydell Smith, Peggy McLeary, Pat Hammonds, Carol Miller, Carol Chambers. Third Row: Joyce Hutson, Robbie Wilson, Alice Ledbetter, Mary Stephen Hudson, Janice Boren, Barbara Derryberry. Fourth Row: Linda Baltzell, Phyllis Butts, Joan Metheny, Toby Jackson, Nancy Gay Smith, Nancy Bowlin. Fifth Row: Macky Putman, Becky Edwards, Martha Ann Hays, Betty Dugard. Carol Luethge, Lorraine Armstrong. Sixth Row: Joyce Stevenson, Adrienne Hatcher, Pat Kirby, Nancy Gaugh, Joyce Ann Brint, Mrs. L. D. Rut- ledge, Chapter Mother. Not Pictured: Pat Blankenship, Mary Ann Smith, Theodora Burdette, Harriet Metts, Patty Davis, Barbara Jo Roever, Serena Crosswell. Anne Bowie . Linda DeLoach, Betty Butler, Peggy Gallaher, Pharra Lee Newsom. Barbara Stallings, Gayle Driver, and Janette Powell.
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