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[[image]] [[caption]] Dt. Anne Bolden, Imperial Commandress, Daughters of Isis, too was present to congratulate Paul and Louise Johnson, Illustrious Potentate and Illustrious Commandress of Syria Temple 31 and Syria Court 10. This is the first time in the history of Shrinedom that a man and his wife were elected to their imperial offices at the same time. [[/caption]] [[image]] [[caption]] The Number One marching patrol and drill team in the nation for women is the officers and members of Syria Court 10, Boston, Mass., winner of the first-place drill trophy in competition at the New York City, N.Y. session in 1979. [[/caption]] [[image]] [[caption]] The Egyptian Tea and Parade of Costumes contest program of the Imperial Court, Daughters of Isis, was held recently with Dt. Thelma Pointer, illustrious commandress of Kadesia Court 162, Colorado Springs, Colo., emerging as first place winner. The number two winner was Dt. Mickie Hall, Egyptian Court 5 in Los Angeles, Calif., with the third place prize going to Dt. Brenda Brister, Minaret Court 154, Chester, Pa. Dt. Hall from California, won the first place honors in this same contest two years ago in Miami, Fla. [[/caption]] [[image]] [[caption]] Dt. Dorothy S. Jenkins-Scott, deputy imperial commandress, from Marracci Court, Detroit, Michigan. [[/caption]] 244
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