Very incomplete list!
Eugenie Moore Anderson (1909-1997) —
also known as Eugenie Anderson; Helen Eugenie Moore;
Mrs. John P. Anderson —
of Red Wing, Goodhue
Born in Adair, Adair
County, Iowa, May 26,
Democrat. Vice-chair of Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party,
1946-49; delegate to Democratic National Convention from Minnesota,
member of Democratic
National Committee from Minnesota, 1948-49; U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, 1949-53; U.S. Minister to Bulgaria, 1962-64.
for Democratic Action; League of Women
Voters; Pi Beta Phi; American
Association of University Women.
Second female U.S. ambassador.
Died in Red Wing, Goodhue
County, Minn., March
31, 1997 (age 87 years, 309
Interment at Burnside
Cemetery, Near Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minn.
Lotta P. Broadbridge —
of Detroit, Wayne
Born in Marine City, St. Clair
Republican. School teacher
and principal; member of Michigan
Republican State Central Committee, 1919; alternate delegate to
Republican National Convention from Michigan, 1920.
Member, Pi Beta Phi.
Daughter of Alfred Broadbridge and Jane Broadbridge.|
Jeanne Johnson Capozzoli (b. 1940) —
also known as Jeanne Capozzoli —
of West Nyack, Rockland
Born in Webster, Day
County, S.Dak., June 24,
Democrat. Member of New York
Democratic State Committee, 1972; alternate delegate to
Democratic National Convention from New York, 1972.
Delta Pi; Pi Beta Phi.
Still living as of 1993.
Elizabeth Virginia Hallanan (1925-2004) —
also known as Elizabeth V. Hallanan —
of Charleston, Kanawha
Born in Charleston, Kanawha
County, W.Va., January
member of West
Virginia state house of delegates from Kanawha County, 1957;
defeated, 1954; resigned 1957; candidate for West
Virginia state senate 8th District, 1958; U.S.
District Judge for the Southern District of West Virginia,
Member, Pi Beta Phi; American Bar
Died, from complications of emphysema,
in Charleston, Kanawha
County, W.Va., June 8,
2004 (age 79 years, 150
Sarah Van Hoosen Jones (1892-1972) —
of Rochester, Oakland
Born in Rochester, Oakland
County, Mich., June 23,
member of Michigan
state board of agriculture, 1944-55; defeated, 1955.
Member, Zonta; Daughters of the
American Revolution; Sigma
Xi; Pi Beta Phi.
Died in 1972
Interment at Stoney
Creek Cemetery, Rochester Hills, Mich.
Patience Latting (b. 1918) —
also known as Patience Sewell; Mrs. Trimble B.
of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Born in Texhoma, Texas
County, Okla., August
of Oklahoma City, Okla., 1971-83.
Association of University Women; League of Women
Beta Kappa; Pi Beta Phi.
woman to be mayor of a U.S. city over 350,000 population.
Daughter of Frank Asa Sewell and Leila (Yates) Sewell; married, August
23, 1941, to Trimble B. Latting.|
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Minnie Freeman Penney (b. 1868) —
also known as Minnie Mae Freeman; Mrs. Edgar B.
of Fullerton, Nance
Born in Raymonds Corners, Potter
County, Pa., February
teacher; during a sudden, fierce blizzard on January 12, 1888,
saved the lives of seventeen children by leading them from her
schoolhouse to the nearest farm, a mile away; member of Republican
National Committee from Nebraska, 1922-28.
Member, Pi Beta Phi; Daughters of the
American Revolution; Order of the
Eastern Star; American
Daughter of Sarah Lovica (Cushing) Freeman (1833-1904) and William
Elder Freeman (died 1912); married, April
22, 1891, to Edgar Byron Penney.|
Bernice T. Van der Vries (b. 1890) —
of Winnetka, Cook
Born in Holton, Jackson
County, Kan., February
Republican. Member of Illinois
state house of representatives 7th District, 1935-42.
Member, League of Women
Voters; Daughters of the
American Revolution; Pi Beta Phi.
Married to John N. Van der Vries.|
Leslie Waters (b. 1947) —
Born in St. Petersburg, Pinellas
County, Fla., 1947.
Republican. Member of Florida
state house of representatives 51st District, 1999-.
Member, Pi Beta Phi; Urban
Still living as of 1999.