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More About Linda Edmonds Turner at Tech

In addition to being on the Dean's List (one of 18 women on the Dean's List her freshman year), Linda Edmonds was a member of the University Choir, Phi Upsilon Omicron, and the University Home Economics Society. She also served as treasurer of West Egglestion house council.

Phi Upsilon Omicron

First Row: Mary C. Schaefer, secretary; Paula Rodecap, vice president; Mary Bungard, president; Brenda Strole, chaplain; Susan Fraser, treasurer. Second Row: Yasuko Nainan, Chris Hunter, Nancy Lankford, historian-librarian; Patti Cherry, Marshall; Pat Coman. Third Row: Marjorie Porter, faculty advisor; Jane Belt, Kathy Pierce, Lucie Zehner, Patricia Wiseman. Fourth Row: Mickey McCubbin, Sue Burk, Linda Edmonds, Rosalie Jackson. Fifth Row: Susan Sweeney, Jennie Nance, Becky Ellsworth, Patricia Rogers, faculty advisor. From the 1970 Bugle.

University Home Economics Society

First Row: Linda Edmonds, recording secretary; Nancy Lankford, corresponding secretary; Mickey McCubbin, vice president; Chris Hunter, president; Sandy Kiser, treasurer; Ann Lankford, junior representative to Tech Festival; Rosalie Jackson, vice president to Tech Festival. Second Row: Sandra Marshall, Elizabeth Sowers, Jane Settle, Carol Jones, Linda Gilliam, Linda Rucker, Susan Sweeney. Third Row: Kay Moody, Beth Peebles, Connie Shupe, Joni Harvey, Nancy Hollins, Sarah Potts, Jennie Nance. Fourth Row: Gloria Sparks, Brenda Minor, Jane Wilson, Gail Caryl, Susan Tuckerman. Fifth Row: Anne Battle, Paula Rodecap, Mary Shaefer, Donna Farris, Carol Vaughan, Gail Stagg, Dordy Kidwell, Faye Frost, Sandra Dixon. From the 1970 Bugle.

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