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Mu Phi Epsilon Bouien, Burrus, Cadzoiv, Donogliue, Johnson, Knox, Longfellow Peterson, Polwarth, Rankin, Solberg, Stewart, White Mil Phi Epsilon is a national honorary founded in 1903 to promote musicianship, scholarship, and friendship among music students in American schools of music. OFFICERS: President: Margaret Jane Biirnis yicf President: Jane Sylliaasen Kerurding Secretary: Eleanor White Corresponding Secretary : Dorin Helwif; Treasurer : Phyllis Bowen HONORARY MEMBERS: Mar uret Mosh Henilon, Amy Worth. Historian : Barbara Hatikin Chorister: Ruth Stewart Warden: Lorraine [)ono|[hiie Cheipliiin : Norma Johnson FACULTY MEMBERS: Mrs. I ' ene Bostwick. Miss Frances Dickey, Mrs, Miriam Terry ( roth. Miss Helen Hall, Miss Kathleen Munro. Mrs. Louise Benton Oliver. Mrs. Louise Van Ogle. Mrs. Florence Bergh Wilson, Miss Edith Woodcock. MEMBERS: Phyllis Bowen. Margarpl Jane Burnis, Dorothy Ciidzow. Lorraine Donoghiie, Doris Helwig, Norma Johnsctn, Winifreil Knox, Alice Longfellow, Gertrude Peter- son. Trula Polwarth. Barbara Rankin, Jean Sallberg. Anna Solberg, Ruth Stewart, Jane Sylliaasen, Eleanor White. Phi Mu Gamma Hartlett, Haten, Heamer, Betts, Brandt, Buhler, Firnstahl, Hotcarth, Kluek Mr(.itll, MvCrttskey, Montgomery, Rohrer. Stotler, Sylliaasen, Tustin Phi Mu Gamma, national professional fine arts honorary, re- quires that its member s be in good scholastic standing and that they do ontslanding work in one of the fine arts. OFFICERS: President: Mary Kay Rohrer Vice President : Florence Tustin Secretary: Mary Margaret Buhler Treasurer: Ruth Kay Stotler Historian: Joan Montgomery MEMBERS: Graduates: Betty Jean Cordon. Mary Kay Kohrer S,-niors: Patricia Barllett, Eileen Brandt. Mary Margaret Buhler. Mona FirnstahL Jeraldine Kluck. Ruth Byrne Lockwood. Ruth Kay Stotler. Jane Sylliaasen. Florence Tustin Juniors: Catherine Betts. Winifred Howurth. Joan Moiilguniery Pledges: Ruth Baten, Elizabeth Beamer. Josephine Mc( " olI. Shirley McOoskey 265
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Home Economics Club Curron, Dyer, Evans, Forbes, Guldberg, Hall, Horouitz, Shaier, Sulherting Founded on this campus in 1912 and affiliated with the national association in 1929, the Home Economics Club undertakes social and educational activities. OFFICERS: President: Elva Sutherling Vice President: Poinsettia Evans Secretary: Elizabeth Forbes Treasurer: Jeanette Horowitz Fifth Y ear Representatives : Helen Guldberg Helen Hall Junior Representatives: Marion Dyer Georgia Curran Sophomore Representatives: Marion McClelland Luola Shaver Advisor: Martha Dresslar FACULTY MEMBERS: Jeannette Biiss, Jean Boyle. Grace Denny, Margaret Dorrance. Martha Dresslar, Marion Fish, Ida Ingalls, Jennie Rowntree, Mary Elizabeth Starr, Margaret E. Terrell, Thelma Thome, Dorothy Tildcn, Blanche Payne MEMBERS: Kathryn Adair. Bette Adams, Mary Louise Anderson, Jessie Arney, Elizabeth Baumgartner, Marjorie Beede, Mary Benbow. Stella Brown, Bernice Butcher, Ruth Bowles, Lois Button, Louise Button, Helen Irene Byington, Alice Caley, Marjorie Chapin. Hazel Charland, Josephine Charlet, June Cherrier. Nancy Cleary, Edith Cline, Letha Conn, Georgia Curran. Louise Davis, Margaret Dirimple, June Duncan, Kathryn Dunn, Rose Catherine Earley, Marion Ebert, Dorothy Eicher, Mary Ellis, Elizabeth Eernisse, Poinsettia Evans, Jessie Farr, Bernice Finnamore, Agnes Fitzgerald, Elizabeth Forbes, Louise Fuhrman, Dor- othy Fuller Margaret Gleason, Gene Evelyn Graham. Ruth Greisinger, Helen Guldberg, Betty Ann Hanley, Sara Harlacher, Geraldine Hawley, Shizuko Higano, Ruth Hill, Annabel Hoem, Catherine Hogan, Jean Hollenbeck, Nellie Holmes, Mar- garet Hopple, Jeannette Horowitz, Natsuko Imori, Betty James, Helen Jassny, Dorothy Johnson, Kathleen Johnston, Shirley Keller. Eleanor Larson, Meriam Lawrie, Aileen Leas, Elizabeth Lewis, Betty Little, Edith May Lloyd, Lucille Magnusson, Florence Manton, Marion McClelland, Jean McFee, Katherine Mc- Hrath, Jeannie Mclntyre, Margaret McLachlan, Harriet Mechan, Edith Milling, Natsuko Nakata, lola Nicola Virginia Oakes, Charlotte Oliver, Betty Olson, Myrtle Pearson, Mary Peterson, Merle Petterson, Victoria Powell, Jeannette Pruschansky, Ella Wesa Redfern, Janice Richards, Helen Richardson, Edna Rosenkranz, Hazel Salenski, Janet Schluter. Carol Scholl, Lola Schorn. Nancy Shaffer, Luola Shaver, Evelyn Scheckler, Barbara Simpkins, Ora Singleton, Jennie Smith, Julia Smith. Vivian Snider, Betty Jane Snow, Grace Sommer, Thelma Soule, Sally Spencer, Agnes Stadler, Elva Sutherling, Molly Sylvester, Rosemary Valentine, Margaret Warn- ing, Betty Wendler, Mary Celia Whipple, Ruth Whipple, Kay Williams. Iota Sigma Pi Gonnason, Hylton, Smith, Thomas, Wood Iota Sigma Pi, the women ' s chemistry honorary, re- quires at least a junior standing in Chemistry with grades above " B. " OFFICERS: President: E. Sanderson Radford Vice President: Lois A. Smith Secretary-Treasurer : R. Virginia Gonnason FACULTY MEMBERS: E. Sanderson Radford, Rachel Hoffstadt, Grace Denny, Julia Goodsell. MEMBERS: R. Virginia Gonnason, Vera Hylton, Florence Otteson, Evamaria Riegger, Ruth Scott, Lois A. Smith, Frances M. Thomas, Mar- jorie Westfall, Louise M. " Wood. 264 K«»
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Pan Xenia iMM .■ .M Haertsrhiger, Branner, Clough, Corbin, Denton, Grant, Hazleton, Hirabayashi Irvtn, Mattison, Merritt, Momoi, Morita, Nakata, Nishimura, Nordhy Okazaki, Parrott, Peterson, Shio. Tani. Vinson. Yamaiichi Founded at the University of Washington in 1919, Pan Xenia seeks to promote foreign trade and better International commercial relations. OFFICERS: President: Ralph Clough Vice President: Martin Hirabayashi Secretary-Treasurer: Charles deM. Hazelton Historian: Shigeru Morita FACULTY MEMBERS: M. M. Skinner, H. H. Gowen, J. K. Hall, H. H. Martin, A. L. Seeman. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: Julian Arnold, Col. W. C. Bickford, Philip M. Crawford. MEMBERS: Fred Baertschiger, Gordon Branner, Lloyd Brauer, Ralph Clough, Melville Corbin, Jack Denton, Berwyn Geoghegan, James Grant, Wil- liam Hartley, Charles Hazelton, Martin Hira- bayashi, Mabon Irvin, Russell McClure, Ray Mattison, John Merritt, Jack Momoi, Shigeru Morita, Charles Nakata, Ted Nishimura, Lin- coln Nordby, Takaaki Okazaki, Glenn Parrott, Richard Peterson, Maurice J. Santi, Ronald Shio, George Tani, Floyd Vinson, George Yama- uchi. 266
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