El Paso Herald Post 2 Mar 1972
Radford Students To Be Feted The third in a series of four courtesies which R a d f OT d School for Girls and New Mexico Mexico Military Institute at j?oswell share each year will be held Saturday when 'Radford 'Radford students go to NMMI for a formal military banquet and ball. A dress parade of all cadets in the Institute will, be held Sunday before the Radiford. girls return to El Paso. In the official party accompanying accompanying the students to Roswell will be Miss Marjorie F. Graham, president of Radford; Radford; Mrs. Fontaine Graham; Col. Forrest Martz; Mrs. Ray . F. First, dean of giris; and Miss Brean Rapstine, dormitory dormitory counselor. El Paso girls planning to attend the banquet and ball are the Misses Marilyn Aardal, Aardal, Kathryn Alley, Annie Anderson,- Suzanne Browne, Ginny Bryant, Nora Currie, Amy Dickinson, Betty Ellerbe, Marissa Garland, Christy Garrison, Garrison, Patricia. Gonzalez, Syl,via Syl,via Holland, Donna Howsley, Elizabeth Juden, Kim Kaster, Mary Lyon, Debbie Martin, Molly McBrinn, Desi Overton, Lane" Phillips, Barbara Rhett, Becky Snelson, Debbie Turner, Wendy Washington, Melinda Williams, Beth Wood and Donna Watkins. Resident students at Radford Radford who will participate in the weekend in Roswell include the Misses Nancy Barber, Honduras; Christy Cowden, Santa Rosa; Vicky Hetherington, Hetherington, Venezuela; Debbie Means, Valentine; Chrissie Moorhead, RosweH; Sallie Most, Carlsbad: Carlsbad: Ketherine Percy, Wayan- oke, La.; Kim Quintana, Santa Fe; Biff Rem.mele, Roswell; Nancy Richards, Lockhart, Jan Schnaubert, Hobbs; Jodie Schwartzman, Albuquerque; Myrna Stabinski, Mexico City; Lorna Truhan, Villa Park, Calif.; Marivi Vilorio, Fabens; and Karen Woodall, Lawton, Okla. Juarez students at Radford who will make the trip are the Misses Patty Calzada, Carmen Cuaron, Rocio Hurtado, Claudia Claudia Sotomayor and Margarita Velarde. Radford; will be hostess to the NMMI cadets at a White Sands picnic on April 29.