Phi Theta Kappa
High scholarship and integrity are the primary aims of Phi
Theta Kappa, the University national junior college honorary
National president of the fraternity is Eugene Cook, a member
of the local Zeta Beta chapter.
Outstanding projects of the organization include the publishing of the 1958-1959 Student Directory, planning of the Honors
Day Banquet, fall and spring initiation, and study programs.
OFFICERS—First row: Jean Rosa, sponsor; Cathy Dancer,
representative; Linda Shepler, historian; Cathy Young,
local secretary; Sandra Brown, treasurer. Second row:
Tommy Goodner, president; Rosemary Saucillo, vice-president; Wanda Swanson, national secretary; Robert Duncan,
representative; Eugene Cook, national president.
First row: James M. Ussery, Robert Patterson, Frank F. Deptula, Marilyn N. Ryan, Joyce Holder, Mary Ford, Ann Dowdy,
Cathy Young, Rosemary Saucillo, Sandra Brown, Mrs. Jean Rosa. Second row: Thomas R. Jay, Stanley D. West, Wiley Steen,
Kathleen Pollak, Joyce Keyes, Helen Shenton, Carolyn Porter, Patsy Flowers, Sandy Schoenfield, Wanda Swanson, Sammy
Goodner. Third row: Gerald Evans, Cathy Dancer, Sandra Beth Nelson, Bobbie Ann Kimmel, Vere Renee Grosjean, Betty
Jean Standafer, Lin Eckert, Franklin Olson, Marilyn Sanders, Billy Flake. Fourth row: John H. Wilson, Mike O'Neill,
Barlow Simmons, Joanne Lantz, Pat Emory, Brenda Dietz, Molly Goodman, Linda Shepler, Shimon Kushnir, Clark Wilson.
Fifth row: DickStubblefield, Robert Duncan, Daniel Hrna, Carlton Lorfing, Valerie Daunoy, Marc Groffberg, Charles D.
Roxburgh, Gale Calelly, Betty Benson, Eugene Cook, Ronald McKee, Johnathan Ayers.