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 - Xi Psi Chapter Members* Have Initiation,...
Xi Psi Chapter Members* Have Initiation, Installation At the mcuth of ths Amazon lies «« island larger than 12*A Eau Ctaira, Wednesday, May 89* Xi Psi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority brought to a close their year's activities with a buffet supper honoring five new pledges as members. The pledge ritual mas bestowed on Miss Susan Bemicke and Mrs. Richard Richard Gorton. Mrs. Cordell Lindall, Lindall, Mrs. Richard Ohm and Mrs. James Thelen received their ritual and were pinned at the annual Pounder' Day Ban' quet. A rushing tea was held earlier earlier in the month for the new pledges. Mrs. Andy Rognlien, Claymore Lane, vice president and rush captain was hostess for that gathering. tyew officers were installed for the coming season, with Mrs. Dennis Polenz to head the organization. She will be assisted assisted by Mrs. James A. Peterson, vice president; Mrs. Robert Devney, recording secretary; Mrs. E. Dewey Johnson, treasurer treasurer and >Miss Marlene Parker, Parker, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Johnson is also sergeant at arms. Mrs. Polenz announced com- nittees for the coming season: Mrs. Rognlien and Mrs. Richard Richard Ohm, membership; Miss Vancy Engebretson and Mrs. Gorton, service; Mrs. Johnson and Miss Bemicke, ways and means; Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Lindall and Mrs. Thelen, social; social; Miss Parker, publicity; Miss Engebretson and Mrs. Peterson, Peterson, yearbook; Mrs. Robert Devney and Mrs. Polenz, program; program; Mrs. 'Rognlien, sunshine and Miss Bemicke, telephone. the YFC Group Mrs. Devney, immediate president received the "Girl of the Year" award and a gift as out-going president. Mrs. James A. Peterson, who has served as president of t h e tri-chapter City Council during the past year, reported on their iast meeting. This group is formed to promote chapter har* mony and to provide a way for members of chapters to correlate correlate their planning and activities activities in a city where there is a number of chapters. Eau Claire has three active chapters of Beta Sigma Phi: Xi Psi, an Exemplar chapter; Beta Tau, a Ritual of Jewels chapter and Phi Rho, the Ni Phi Mu cJLaa es Fifty-two women golfers teed off May 22 at Hallie Golf Club, as play for the day was Bingo, Bango, Bongo. Class A winners were Mrs. Pune Anderson, first and Mrs. Jerry (Roy and Mrs. Betty Minton, Minton, tied for second. Mrs. Minton Minton won the cut. Mrs. Roy had low putts for the class. In Class. B, Mrs. Sue Elliott was first and Mrs. Char Adleman, Adleman, second, with Mrs. Jean Larson having low putts. Class C winners were Mrs. Irene Weber, first, 'Mrs. Melinda Melinda Johnson, second and Mrs. Edna Carlson, low putts. Bridge winners were Mrs. Sue Elliott, first; Mrs. Erol Speck- ien, second and Mrs. Babe Gallagher, Gallagher, third. Mrs. Gloria Williams, Mrs. Betty Pieper and Mrs. Elaine Richards were hostesses for the day. chapter for gifts between H and zl, Mn, E. Dewey Johnson of Xi Psi has served as adviser and "big sister to the Phi Rho chapter for the past two years. Membership is composed of young women who by reason of cultural, social and humanitarian humanitarian interests wish to work to* gether for the betterment of self and their community. The Exemplar group voted unanimously to end the ye a r with a contribution to the Inter* national Endowment Fund which through an allotment by some 8,000 chapters all over the world contributes in turn to; Cancer research, Cystic Fibrosis Fibrosis research, scholarships and literary awards for Canadian students. They also maintain a home for neglected girls in Whiteface, Tex., and a summer camp for crippled and handicapped handicapped persons at the Magnetic Springs Foundation in Ohio. The group also will send a child from Eau Claire to Camp Kenwood. Kenwood. The cultural program "Cloth ing for Madam" was presented by Mrs. Peterson who gave the group a guide in proper proportions proportions for the wearing of spring and summer fashions. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Don Syverson and Mrs. Andy Rognlien. moke nut home more with Bigelow CARPETING I ether nationally %fllml • • •• v^i dv«MU«d btandi ___Mi^MiwHn«MMb3*MMHi and cthtf nationally adv«tf!t«d CUITOM MADI DRAPERIES IV Aero & Stevens 414 WttitlinffOfi WE LEASE CARPETING St. •32'1XO f^ertonaf Miss Betty Ann Bonner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William William J. Bonner, Dallas, was graduated from the United Air Lines stewardess training center center near Chicago. JUNE PECIA Early American Dwlan. KITCHEN COPPER ACCENTED? Regular $3.98 value! This Early American kitchen brightener brightener features a sparkling copper anodized finish over heavy gauge aluminum. A contrasting cool black handle grip and matching black lid knob add a note of accent. ft makes an ideal wedding or bridal shower gift, so better buy several... at less than % price! (A922-442) Kohlhepp's HARDWARE - SPECIALTIES

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  1. The Daily Telegram,
  2. 29 May 1968, Wed,
  3. Page 12

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