Activity Is Intent
Of Beta Lambda
Beta Lambda, the home economics
sorority, offers its members the opportunity to become a part of university life through involvement in departmental and philanthropic activities.
Fall socials and projects last year
included a welcoming tea for all freshmen majors, a Thanksgiving Basket for
a needy family and a Christmas fruit
cake sale and Wassail Party.
The major spring projects were the
reception for Home Economist of the
Year and presentation of the Dr. Anthis
Scholarship to the outstanding student
in the department.
OFFICERS—FRONT ROW: Donna Stone, secretary; Jenny Green, publicity; Allida Campbell,
ways-means. BACK ROW: Linda Mulholand,
vice-president; Mary Figari, AWS delegate; Gloria McAvoy, treasurer; Elsa Elizondo, president.
FRONT ROW: Carol Melton, Linda Parker, Brenda Derkach, Valerie Mosley, Valerie
King, Carol Pflughaupt, Jean Reecer (president), Mrs. Florence Paul (sponsor). SECOND ROW: Sandra Darby, Nancy Winningham (secretary-treasurer), Nell Magoulas,
Sandra Ramey (vice-president), Gwen Orsak, Marie Thomas. THIRD ROW: Charlene
Gaines, Brenda Ritchie, Beth Hayden, Betty McCormick, Linda Tousley. FOURTH
ROW: Teri Gerson, Charlotte Harvey, Sylvia Johnson, Susan Mauzy, Elaine Magee
(historian), Karen Kelinske. BACK ROW: Joyce McEntire, Don Moore.
Creating interest and promoting
scholarship among its members are just
two of the aims of the Business Education Club.
To achieve these purposes, monthly
meetings are held which feature speakers from industries such as IBM and
professionals in the Business Education
This past fall the club sponsored
a Christmas Party and collected toys
for a Faith Home to aid in civic betterment.
In the spring members toured the
Houston Natural Gas Building to study
office layout and equipment. Other
activities included a picnic and a Senior Banquet held in honor of graduating seniors.