Delta Zeta Carolers – 1974 USM Chapter

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Delta Zeta Carolers-1974 Univ. of Southern Mississippi Chapter
Delta Zeta Sorority – Univ. of Southern Mississippi Dec. 1974

Hattiesburg American

December 24, 1974

Hattiesburg, Mississippi

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Delta Zeta Carolers

Delta Zeta sorority members take a break at the home of Mrs. C. C. Sullivan, grandmother of Delta Zeta pledge Carey Sullivan, while making their Christmas spirit count. The truck-borne chorus sang carols in many areas of the city and in return asked for donations of canned food items which were distributed to needy families in the area. The girls are, from left:

Front—Brenda Fayard, Gulfport; Carey Sullivan, Hattiesburg; Cheryl Roberts, Yazoo City; Beth Mayo, Hattiesburg, and Vicki Jones, Ft. Walton Beach, Florida.

Back—Cheryl Moffett, Fayette, Arkansas; Sandra Reynolds, Jackson; Ann Thompson, Jackson; Tenderly Estrada, Gulfport; Dianne Tyner, Corinth and Beth Stanford, Pascagoula.

(Photo by Bob Waller)


 

Delta Zeta Creed
My copy of the creed given to me when I pledged Delta Zeta Sorority at the University of Southern Mississippi in the fall of 1974.
1974 Delta Zeta Pledge Invitation Card
In the fall of 1974, I received three invitations for pledging a sorority at USM. One from Phi Mu, one from Tri Sigma (I was a legacy through my mother, Jane Morris Bosworth) and Delta Zeta. I remember the anguish of trying to decide which one to join. I decided on Delta Zeta because the young women were so fun and friendly. I was ecstatic to learn my old sandbox friend from First Baptist Church had selected DZ, too. Gosh, those were such days. DZ sisters really are forever.
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