Theta Omega chapter of Phi Beta Psi sorority recently conducted a combination November social and business meeting at the American Legion Annex in Seymour, where members set up for the following night’s Small Town Bingo.
Hostesses Colletta Jo Pfaffenberger, Kathleen Johnson and Angi Reynolds served pizza, drinks and iced sugar cookies, which were arranged to commemorate the chapter’s birthday.
Theta Omega was organized 66 years ago, Nov. 29, 1952, by the Speed, now Sellersburg, chapter, Theta Iota.
Hostess gifts were presented to Kalee Alberring, Taryn Rockey, Doris Baurle, Jennifer Snow, Natasha Miller, Desiree Hall and Jamie Grinstead.
President Alberring conducted the business meeting. The bingo final plans were discussed. The 50/50 profit will be given to John Trimpe, husband of member Joan Trimpe, who is battling cancer.
Mary Reynolds announced the theme of the 47th annual cancer dinner-dance would be "Flappers and Bootleggers — A Roaring ’20s Party." It will be held Feb. 2 at Pewter Hall in Brownstown. Jackson Way will provide the music. Tickets are $75 per couple. Dance queen contestant letters have been sent with a meeting scheduled soon.
Jan Robinson, Reynolds, Trimpe and Mary Reynolds talked about the recent Indiana State Convention they attended at DePauw University Greencastle Inn. Trimpe was named to the state scholarship committee.