Alpha Phi Omega Spirits Homecoming Bonfire
Evans, Kenneth B.
Funk. Richard K.
Gebhardt. Hugh E.
Kennett. J. R.
Lane, James F.
Ledbetter. John W.
Nester. Roy J.
Nicolini, C. W.
Spiva, Thomas C.
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Turner, Gerard L.
Alpha Phi Omega fall officers are Kenneth B.
Evans, president; Donald M. Cook, first vice president; Hugh E. Gebhardt, second vice president;
James Lane, recording secretary; Thomas Spiva,
corresponding secretary; David McMillin, treasurer;
Roy James Nester, Jr., alumni secretary; Richard K.
Funk, parliamentarian; Berton F. Young, historian;
and Frank Markey, chaplain.
Alpha Phi Omega ... is a service organization
of college men who assemble weekly to develop lasting friendships and promote service to humanity.
Delta Omega chapter at the University requires of
its members a previous training in scouting, a desire
to render service to others, and a satisfactory scholastic standing.
Activities for the Alpha Phi Omega chapter include the Homecoming Bonfire, the Bayou Queen
show in Frontier Fiesta, election polls. Thanksgiving
dinner for St. Anthony's Old Folks Home, and the
sale of football programs.
Alpha Phi Omega spring officers are
Ken Evans, president; Phil Coleman,
first vice president; Dick Funk, second
vice president; Bert Young, treasurer;
Harold Niemann, recording secretary;
Tommy Spiva, corresponding secretary;
Jim Nester, alumni secretary; John Ledbetter, chaplain; Gerard Turner, historian; and Bill McKay, parliamentarian.