Recognized by Group
Phi Theta Kappa is a national junior college honorary
society with aims to promote scholarship, develop character and cultivate leadership among students in junior
Each semester the society takes in new pledges, requiring the initiates to have a 3.2 average and be carrying
at least 15 hours a semester.
In November, the group holds a reception for the
pledges. These pledges are initiated at a banquet in the
Phi Theta Kappa co-sponsors the student directory and
is in charge of compiling the editorial matter and selling
Funds from sales send two delegates to the annual
Phi Theta Kappa
OFFICERS are: M. Wilbourn, hist.; F. Tiller, treas.; C. Josephson, pres.; M. Barber, nat. sec:
S. Barber, local sec; Mrs. J. Rosa, sponsor; N. Nolan, vice pres.; G. Davis, S.G. rep.
C. Josephson lectures to members C.
Lillibridge, J. Brackett, M. Levens, R.
Gillespie, B. Wilson, J. Arnim, L. Davis,
D. Haude, K. .Brendel, T. Palmquist.
MEMBERS: Front Row: C. Fowler, W. Johnson, J. Davis, E. Stevde, N. Weaver, B. Stagg, J. Josephson. Second Row: C. Chippendale, R. Bily, M. Clark, R. Lilly,
S. Atkinson, I. Jones, F. Brownlee, M. Gates. Third Row: D. Holder, C. Urquhart, H. Layne, N. Fuex, F. Bakenhus, O. Hennessy, H. Mabry. Fourth Row: F. Himburg,
C. Eriksen, R. Garcia, H. Bayer, J. Hadid, S. Harman. 159