State Council '80 - The Big Picture|
Ins and Outs
They Earn $ for League
From Our President (Barbara Farwell)
Memo from National
Annual Meeting Report
Looking Back with Jean Ko (Jean Ko)
Leadership Training Seminar
Introducing Our New Officers
Be a Name Dropper
WELCOME TO THE FOLLOWING NEW MEMBERS
DAVID AND JEAN ASHBY 1069 Kamoku St. Honolulu, 9682S 395-9779
DORA MAY BANNER 46099 Lilipuna Rd. Kaneohe, 96744 235-1795 r 247-6631 b
MARILYN BOWMAN 1201 Wilder Apt. 605 Honolulu, 96822 531-3400 b
BARBARA RHOADS 44-021 Aumoana Way Kaneohe, 96744 235-0894
LEI ANNE SATO 2835 Oahu Honolulu, 96822
KATHLEEN WOLGEMUTH 84 Lawai St. Honolulu, 96825 395-2615
EDITH HASSLER 2969 Kalakaua Ave. #401 Honolulu, 96815 923-7582
MARJORIE KALILIKANE. 1305 Honokahua St. Honolulu, 96825 395-7013
E. MARGUERITE McKENZIE P.O. Box 23262 Honolulu, 96822 988-6267
PATRICIA MASON: 646 Kalanipuu St 96825
SUSAN BACON: Apt. #1003
JANE CRANE: 6616 Kii Place 96825 395-0267 HK unit
BEVERLY ENDRIZAL 5522 Kalanianaole Hwy Honolulu, 96821 373-3820 r 536-3592 b
FAYE HILL 178 Hanapepe Loop
Carol Ann Eblen Margaret Heinrich Pamela Pickens Betty Tobiasson
Betty Buck - ss only Edna Hurd - ss only
INTRODUCING OUR NEW MEMBERS
PATRICIA NEILS, a teacher at Castle High School, has just completed her PhD in American Studies -- "China-America Relations." Her summers are spent in Montana where her husband conducts tennis camp each year.
CHARLES CAROLE, a resident of Honolulu for two years, is a planner with the State Dept. of Planning and Economic Development. He shares League's interest in the issues surrounding growth in Hawaii. His wife Amy Kimura has been a long-time member of League.
EDITH HASSLER came to Hawaii from Boston 21 years ago when her late husband became. President of Hawaiian Electric. Her interests include community theater work, reading and travel, and she would like to see an improvement in the judicial system.
MARJORIE KALILIKANE has long been interested in politics. She campaigned to be a Con-Con delegate and for the City Council. She has served on the Mental Health Task Force, and she is working now with the League's Juvenile Justice Committee.
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