Nancy Orrill Junior Hostess
THE QUEENS of the various units attending the dinner also were introduced: Miss Judy Griz-. zel, Miss Naval Reserve, and her attendants, Misses Kathy Thorns and Donna Morrison, and those of the Army National Guard, Miss Karen Thompson of Terre Haute, Headquarters and Headquarters Company; Miss Sharon Burns of Brazil, Company A; Miss Judy Beaulieu of Greencastle, Company Company B, and Miss Lynnette Clodfelter Clodfelter of Rockville, Company C. ; Also in the parade were the De- Pauw and Rose honorary cadet officers and their attendants. Seated at the speakers' table also were Captain Greer, James Conover, co-chairman of-the committee; committee; George Carroll, treasurer of the committee; Troy Burnett, first vice president of the Chamber Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. Helen Orrill, secretary of the committee, committee, and Mayor Tucker, who gave the welcome for the city. MR. MOENCH also recognized the various members of the Armed Forces Day committee and introduced them. Hostesses for the dinner, all Indiana State students, were the misses: Mary Lou Leachman,' Gamma Phi Bete; Bernie Ziol,; Zeta Tau Alpha; Linda Hazen-1 myer, Chi Omega; Marcia Mc-| Knight, Sigma Kappa; Dearou^ Osborne, Alpha Sigma Alpha; i Carolyn Maurer, Delta Gamma;. Betty Richards, Alpha Omicron Pi. Nancy Orrill, daughter of the committee secretary, was a junior hostess.