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By Christina Gould, M. Broachwala, L. Broaddus, Matt Gorzalski, Beth Martell. Arrangement: Organized into 10 series. Subjects: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Forms of Material: Carbondale Ill. Accruals: Series were transferred to University Archives in from University Communications in Use Restrictions: To quote in print, or otherwise reproduce in whole or in part in any publication, including on the World Wide Web, any material from this collection, the researcher must obtain permission from 1 the owner of the physical property and 2 the holder of the copyright.

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Materials in Series were rehoused and re-entered into Archon with updated box and folder numbers. Southern Illinois Universit Finding Aid. Extent: The Southern Illinois University Carbondale Photograph Collection consists of over 40, photographs documenting university history. Topics include campus buildings, campus construction, student life and activities, entertainment, faculty and staff, Greek organizations, academics, class activities, sports, and military organizations. Trixie-Ann Schubert recently completed a book about Joan and we hope it will be published in the near future.

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Let us urge each and everyone of you to give this publication your full support. It is possible that the book may be released as a movie. Betty Faux, L. Why not trailmark Joan s route across the U. Our chairman, Fran Johnson, has been appointed by President Ruth Deerman to chairman ad hoc committee to secure information regarding steps being taken to obtain official recognition for Joan Merriam Smith s around the world flight.

Carole Dunn, L. The interior metal is a beautiful hammered gold finish while the headliner, side panels and seats are done in beige, brown and gold fabric. Very stunning. How lucky can one 99 get?

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Our first non-charter member, Barbara McClements, arrived here recently to attend our regular monthly meeting. To the Phoenix Chapter: We want to express our regrets in not being able to join you at Lake Havasu for the fly-in recently. Believe us, it was due to circumstances beyond our control. You will invite us again, won t you?

We want to thank all of you for the wonderful response to our first airplane ride cards.

Don t you think Ruth Deerman has done a wonderful job during her two terms of office as President? Let s honor her by getting at least two new members into every chapter before August 31, Members and their activities When Barbara was ready to return home Fran and Tom flew her to Oakland in the Bob met them at the airport and they had dinner and a wonderful tour of the city.

The following morning they had breakfast on the balcony of the McClement s beautiful apartment overlooking the bay. Another tour of the remainder of the city and then homeward bound. Understand they had a little rough weather. Juanita and Mark Daly are busy packing for an extended vacation. She s flying her twin Beech to New York, the Bahamas and other points. She s hardly unpacked from her trip to Guatemala. Pris Alexander has just finished taking her real estate salesman examination. Flo Murphy flew to Caliente last month for a Sunday s outing.

While all our activities are in the formulating stages at present we are looking forward to participating in the air-marking program and to being affiliated with the Wing Scouts in September. There IS a difference. Only YOU can answer this question. Give it some thought and let s get the belongers to BE active 99s. Dot Ward got herself checked out as a tow pilot to two sailplanes and then came back o Flagstaff and checked out Art Shaw one of our flying instructors who in turn checked.

All this is a result of the flying club in Flagstaff creating a glider category and their purchase of a sailplane. Dot and Helen Lawrence, both 99s, have each purchased a share to enable them to get in on the glider. We re very thrilled with 66 Nannette Van Sickle taking her solo ride this month. Dunn We would like to express our thanks to all of you who sent flowers and cards in memory of Joan Merriam Smith.

Our last month has been extremely sorrowful over the loss of two great friends. Joan had a beautiful blue casket and many lovely flower arrangements in the shapes of the 99 emblem and propellers and the CAP flew by the grave in the military formation of one plane missing. Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth and danced the skies on laughter-silvered w ings; Sunward I ve clim bed, and joined the tumbling mirth of sun-split clouds and done a hundred things You have not dreamed of wheeled and soared and swung High in the sunlit silence.

Hov ring there, I ve chased the shouting wind along, and flung My eager craft through footless halls of air. Up, up the long, delirious, burning blue I ve topped the windswept heights with easy grace Where never lark, or even eagle flew. And, while with silent, lifting mind I ve trod The high, untrespassed sanctity of space, Put out m y hand, and touched the face of God.

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Many of you have asked what we intend to do in memory of Joan. Trixie- Ann s club, the L. State College. We thought of a scholarship fund for Joan also but we did not want such a fund to compete or conflict with the AE Fund, so we decided to continue with what the Tucson Chapter has started in the way of erecting a plaque at each stop, in this country, Joan made on her round the world trip.

We are going ahead with plans to put up a plaque at Long Beach Airport. I had thought it would be nice if we could have these plaques put as the stops she mad in each foreign country. At the moment I have started writing letters to see what could be done and I would appreciate it if any of you reading this would write to me and let me know if you know of anyone that could help in this cause or if you would like to help. At the moment I am just starting and can think of a ldt of involved international relationships but women conquer all, you know.

I just need some help and ideas. Our meeting was at Barbara London s house and 27 members attended.

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We had four new pilots as guests. We would like to welcome our newest member, Pat Noble, to the fold. Virginia Chandler has been quite regular in her attendance to our monthly meetings so it was great to be able to welcome her into the club almost immediately after she received her private license. Ginny is a registered nurse who works for her husband, an M.

She s the kind of gal one can call on to do the things no one else has the time to do, right? Next, in alphabetical order of course, is Margot Smith. Margot is another one we were anxiously awaiting to have join us and I don t think the ink was dry on her private license when she was happily voted into the club. Margot, too, is married to an M.

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We are finally doing something about the Wing Scouts, but more later on that subject. Needless to say, we needed her knowledge and capabilities so felt very pleased with ourselves that she found us interesting enough to join. Our third new member, Nancy Thomas, many of you will -have an opportunity to meet for she is hard at work on her commercial rating so she can participate in this year s Powder Puff Derby! Nancy has two children to keep her busy when not studying and practicing those exasperating maneuvers required for the commercial flight check.

Last month, you may remember, Nancy joined us on our memorable flight to Navajoa and I heard recently that she intends to do it again several times! She really had a good time apparently. Seriously though, once you have seen the need there, it would be an odd things if you didn t want to fly in supplies and your own willing hands as many times as monetarily possible.

Our March meeting was the best one in a long time for some reason we seemed to accomplish more this time than in a long time. I just wish Hilda would sit down and write a travelogue of her past few months wanderings over the globe. Wouldn't that give me some copy? One of the rewarding sides of being your reporter and getting out a bulletin as well, to our own chapter are the letters I receive truly, I am never lonesome any more.

Naturally, I make little mewing sounds in the bulletin Plane Tales about needing information, closely followed by threats to make up my own stories inserting their names, but for whatever the reason they break down and write, I am jumping-up-and-down-happy when I hear from a 99 or a potential. Norma Ojstedt lhad been unable to attend for so long we were wondering if our appeal had vanished when a letter arrived indicating she had missed us and planned to be at the next meeting she was , but one part of the letter needs quoting: Had an interesting experience at Long Beach the other night.

Then with the 'help of a BE1 that s a great portable radio we asked for and received clearance from the tower to taxi down the center taxiway in the bird T-Bird, that is , cross runway 30 and exit through the gate by the tower. Well, anything can happen to a pilot at midnight! This happened shortly after she earned 'her commercial license, think there was any connection?

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Now she is determinedly working on her instrument license and claims she goes to bed at night with her brain in a holding pattern! Marion Auburn, the heroine in the story is a most remarkable gal. She has been a personal friend of your reporter for several years and I never cease to be amazed that this quiet, soft spoken, unpretentious gal has accomplished the feats and achievements she considers not worth boring people with.

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Her great desire is to join the 99s and frankly we would have given anything to get her to hold still long enough to do just that, but alas she flits about the world with as little fan-fare as is accorded the average 99 leaving her house for the grocery store. We solved the problem at our March meeting and are ever so content with ourselves. Since a good number of our members know Marion and have seen a good deal more of her than one would at a meeting, we hit upon the idea for her to send us the story of her life which we could read at the meeting.