Almighty Actives Do Pledge Duties
IXushin' came and we were game—Bermudas and all! Actives honored pledges at a party, and the
following months were filled with parties, brunches, and formals. DZ's Duke Bob Sullivan of Sigma
Nu who came as Santa to the Christmas party, also coached the rose and green for wins in football
and volleyball intramurals. After a pause for finals came "Backwards Day," and the almighty actives did pledge duties. Winding up the season were State Day and "Boothill" in Fiesta. We were
activity-minded, too, with Virginia taking minutes for Panhel and Jeanie as an honoree to the
University of Arkansas. In journalism, Wilma was editor of the yearbook. Jody was a Vanity Fair
beauty, Martha served as ROTC sponsor, and Carmen became a Phi Theta Kappa.
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Ruth, Rusty, Janelle, and Nancy review publications for the
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Creed recall Delta Zeta activities. ' AgM8 Alg"' and Miss R«h
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TOP: Doris Amelang, Sarah Bishop, Lynda Blair, Ruth Bush, Janet Chatelain, Lynne Clark. SECOND: Mary Jo Cooper, Rose Corder, Catherine Cox,
Faye Davis, Carmen Flores, Jenilyn Foxworth. THIRD: Sharyn Fruit, Wilma Hartman, Barbara Henkhaus, Marcia Hewitt, Ayn Hines, Sandra Hrncir,
Lady Jenkins. FOURTH: Jody Jones, Shirley Kansas, Mary Marasek, Judy McCormick, Jeanie McDougald, Jackie Miller, Janell Milling. FIFTH: Jackie
Nelson, Donnie Newsom, Virginia Odle, Shirley Roxsburgh, Martha Sable, Nancy Salahi, Mary Scheidemantel. SIXTH: Linda Standridge, Joanna Lee Stewart,
Babs Stoker, Sunny Tucker, Barbara Vann, Rosie Villareal, and Nancy West.
Impromptu music sessions occupy free moments of DZ sisters.