For First Year
During its first year in existence,
Beta Beta Beta, honorary biological
society, sought to promote scientific
research and to develop sound scholarship.
Biology students of sophomore
standing with at least 12 hours of
biology are allowed entrance. They
must also have a 2.5 overall grade
point average and a 3.0 average in
Activities last year included
monthly meetings and field trips. One
of the principal speakers, Dr. John
Oro of the Chemistry Department,
spoke on the "Evolutionary Aspects of
FRONT ROW: Rudy Wieser, Linda Barley (secretary), Barbara Brandon, Dr. E. 0.
Bennett (adviser). BACK ROW: Lawrence Allred, Kenneth Gossett, James Teague,
Robert Renton, Warren Brandes, Glen Anders, Leonard Barley.
Is Core of PUO
"Becoming a Professional" was the
theme for Phi Upsilon Omicron's
activities for last year.
As the honorary home economics
fraternity, PUO carried out its theme
in its service projects, socials and
Outstanding projects sponsored by
PUO include a Thanksgiving dinner
for the Easter Seals Crippled Children, contributing the profits from
bake sales to the Dr. Fay Anthis
Scholarship fund and assisting the
department in course registration.
Each semester PUO gives an
Honors Tea to recognize scholastic
achievement in the home economics
department and to recruit new members.
A student must be a sophomore with
a 3.0 average in her major to be considered for membership in PUO.
FRONT ROW: Hattie D. Steele, Marcia Ay, Alana Cooke, Dr. Barbara Mitchell (adviser), Frances Urbanovsky, Ethel Perkins, Shirley Brinkley. SECOND ROW: Dorothy
Wende, Martishia White, Pamela Porter, Betty Althaus, Carol Peters, Charlene Tomfohrde,
Barbara Machemel. BACK ROW: Dorothy Callicutt, Mary Kay Weghorst (chaplain),
Janice Thompson (historian), Shirley Ghauri (corresponding secretary), Jackie Kunnecke
(recording secretary), Rose Ann Pfluger (vice-president), Cheryl Durr (president), Andrea