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ETA PHI BETA SORORITY
AUGUST, 1974

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[[caption]] RALLENE HANSON
Eastern Regional Director, New York, New York [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] DOROTHY KENNERLY
Grand Director of Education
Basileus of Nu Chapter, Jacksonville, Fla. [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] MARGE DANIELS
Grand Chaplain
Memorial Service, Columbus, Ohio [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] SELENA BENNETT
Grand Director of Fine Arts
Fort Worth, Texas [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] DOROTHEA WALKER
National President
Graduate of Western Reserve University and Baccalaureate in Nursing; Graduate from the ABC School of Business; Supervisor of Public Nurses; A member of Mt. Zion Congregational Church; Honorary member of the Tee-Offers Golf Club; A member of The Cleveland Women's City Club; Volunteer worker in many community projects. Husband, Ralph Walker is active in the Shad Club, a men's group supporting Eta Phi Beta. Mrs. Walker has held most of the major offices in Eta Phi Beta Sorority and has been the National President for four years.

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[[caption]] PATRICIA OSBORNE
Grand Guard [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] VIVIAN T. KELLY
Grand Historian, Columbus, Ohio [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] ODESSA MEEKS
Grand Epistoleus [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] ODESSA FRY
Rho Chapter, Tulsa, Okla.
Grand Journalist [[/caption]]

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