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EDITH MOTTE YOUNG
MADREE PENN WHITE
WERTIE BLACKWELL WEAVER
ETHEL CARR WATSON
FLORENCE LETCHER TOMS
ELIZA PEARL SHIPPIN
MAMIE REDDY ROSE
NAOMI SEWELL RICHARDSON
VASHTI TURLEY MURPHY
PAULINE OBERDORFER MINOR
JIMMIE BUGG MIDDLETON
OLIVE C JONES
MYRA DAVIS HEMMINGS
FREDERICA CHASE DODD
JESSIE MCGUIRE DENT
EDNA BROWN COLEMAN
ZEPHYR CHISOM CARTER
BERTHA PITTS CAMPBELL
ETHEL CUFF BLACK
WINONA CARGILE ALEXANDER
MARGUERITE YOUNG ALEXANDER
OSCEOLA MACARTHY ADAMS

22 Founders of Delta Sigma Theta Word Search

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Edith Motte Young
Madree Penn White
Wertie B Weaver
Ethel Carr Watson
Florence Letcher Toms
Eliza Pearl Shippen
Mamie Reddy Rose
Naomi Sewell Richardson
Vashti Turley Murphy
Pauline Oberdorfer Minor
Jimmy Bugg Middleton
Olive C Jones
Myra Davis Hemmings
Frederick Chase Dodd
Jesse McGuire Dent
Edna Brown Coleman
Zephyr Chisom Carter
Bertha Pitts Campbell
Ethel Cuff Black
Winona Cargile Alexander
Margueite Young Alexander
Osceola McCarty Adams

Founders Crossword

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aided in the founding of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, selecting the Delta Mottoes Osceola Macarthy Adams
helped the Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta in purchasing a sorority house Marguerite Young Alexander
first custodian; first social worker Winona Cargile Alexander
first vice president; charter the Queens Alumnae chapeter of Queens,Ny Ethel Cuff Black
participated in the Woman's Suffrage March, March 3, 1913. refused to ride in the limo that was provided for her and repeated the march on August 2, 1981 Bertha Pitts Campbell
1st reporter; singer and actress Zephyr Chisom Carter
coleman love Edna Brown Coleman
1st corresponding Secretary; won equal wages for black teachers Jessie McGuire Dent
1st Sergeant-at-arms; established a YWCA for black women in dallas Frederica Chase Dodd
music teacher; never married Olive C Jones
helped lobby Delta Sigma Theta to participate in the women's sufferage march; recieved master's degree from howard in 1936 Jimmie Bugg Middleton
1st treasurer; soprano soloist ; taught in Alabama, South Carolina, and Pennsylvania; authored a book of hymns " Get Off the Judgment Seat" Pauline Oberdorfer Minor
supporter of voting rights for women; granddaughter national chaplin Vashti turley murphy
last surving founder to die in 1993 Naomi sewell Richardson
dramatic reader; 1st in the omega omega chapter Mamie reddy Rose
only founder to recieve doctorate; never married Eliza pearl shippen
Florence letcher toms collected elephants
teacher for 30+ yrs ; dramatic preformer Ethel Carr Watson
authored "The Valley of the Poor" it talked about racism and poverty Wertie Blackwell Weaver
designed the honorary ceremony; sorority pin Madree Penn White
1st recording secretary; M.A. Biblical literature Edith Motte Young

Founders Scramble

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Osceola Macarthy Adams
Marguerite Young Alexander
Winona Cargile Alexander
Ethel Cuff Black
Betha Pitts Campbell
Zephyr Chisom Carter
Edna Brown Coleman
Jessie McGuire Dent
Frederica Chase Dodd
Myra Davis Hemmings
Olive C. Jones
Jimmie Bugg Middleton
Pauline Orberdorfer Minor
Vashti Turley Murphy
Naomi Sewell Richardson
Mamie Reddy Rose
Eliza Pearl Shippen
Florence Letcher Toms
Ethel Carr Watson
Wertie Blackwell Weaver
Madree Penn White
Edith Motte Young

Delta Bingo - Presidents

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Osceola Macarthy Adams
Marguerite Young Alexander
Winona Cargile Alexander
Ethel Cuff Black
Bertha Pitts Campbell
Zephyr Chisom Carter
Edna Brown Coleman
Jessie McGuire Dent
Frederica Chase Dodd
Myra Davis Hemmings
Olive Claire Jones
Jimmie Bugg Middleton
Pauline Oberdorfer Minor
Vashti Turley Murphy
Naomi Sewell Richardson
Mamie Reddy Rose
Eliza Pearl Shippen
Florence Letcher Toms
Ethel Carr Watson
Wertie Blackwell Weaver
Madree Penn White
Edith Motte Young
Imani Holmes
Deborah Pickens

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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Founders Word Search

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YOUNG
MOTTE
EDITH
WHITE
PENN
MADREE
WEAVER
BLACKWELL
WERTIE
WATSON
CARR
ETHEL
TOMS
LETDHER
FLORENCE
SHIPPEN
PEARL
ELIZA
ROSE
REDDY
MAMIE
RICHARDSON
SEWELL
NAOMI
MURPHY
TURLEY
VASHTI
MINOR
OBERDORFER
PAULINE
MIDDLETON
BUGG
JIMMIE
JONES
OLIVE
HEMMINGS
DAVIS
MYRA
DODD
CHASE
FREDERICA
DENT
MCGUIRE
JESSIE
COLEMAN
BROWN
EDNA
CARTER
CHISOM
ZEPHYR
CAMPBELL
PITTS
BERTHA
BLACK
CUFF
CARGILE
WINONA
ALEXANDER
MARGUERITE
ADAMS
MACARTHY
OSCEOLA

Founders: Who Am I? Crossword

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I served as Directress of the Harlem School of the Arts Osceola Macarthy Adams
I was born in Chicago, IL and while at Howard I studied 2 foreign languages Marguerite Young Alexander
I was the 1st black social worker for the New York City and County Charities Winona Cargile Alexander
I was the 1st Vice President of Alpha Chapter Ethel Cuff Black
I participated in the Woman's Suffrage March in 1913 and 1981 Bertha Pitts Campbell
I am a gifted singer and actress and have sung for television shows Zephyr Chisom Carter
I graduated in 1913 as the valedictorian and class president Edna Brown Coleman
I was the 1st corresponding secretary of Alpha Chapter Jessie McGuire Dent
I was the 1st seargent-at-arms of Alpha Chapter Frederica Chase Dodd
I was the president of Alpha Chapter Myra Davis Hemmings
I was a music teacher in the Washington, D.C. public schools Olive Jones
I helped lobby the sorority to participate in the march for Women's Suffrage Jimmie Bugg Middleton
I was an excellent musician and graduated as valedictorian of Teacher's College Pauline Oberdorfer Minor
I graduated from Dunbar High School, which was the 1st public high school for Blacks in the U.S. Vashti Turley Murphy
I passed in 1993 and was the last surviving Founder Naomi Sewell Richardson
I am from a small town called Beta in South Carolina Mamie Reddy Rose
I was the only Founder to receive a doctorate degree Eliza Pearl Shippen
I introduced First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt to an audience of parents at John Wesley AME Zion Church Florence Letcher Toms
I had a teaching career that spanned more than 30 years Ethel Carr Watson
I published a novel entitled "The Valley of the Poor" Wertie Blackwell Weaver
I designed the ceremony for inducting Honorary Members MADREE PENN WHITE

Founders Worksheet

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First president of the DST Alpha Chapter, Active in NAACP Myra Davis Hemmings
Music Teacher in the Washington, D.C. Public School System Olive C. Jones
Helped lobby DST to participate in the march for Women's Suffrage Jimmie Bugg Middleton
From Winfield, Kansas, Participated in the 1913 Women's Suffrage March, Repeated the walk Aug. 2, 1981 at age 92 Bertha Pitts Campbell
Harnessed her vocal power and sang for tv shows Zephyr Chisom Carter
Excellent musician, Graduated valedictorian of the Teacher's College Pauline Oberdorfer Minor
Graduated from Howard in 1913 as valedictorian and class president Edna Brown Coleman
First corresponding secretary of Alpha Chapter, Instrumental in integrating Galveston Public School System Jessie McGuire Dent
First sergeant at arms of Alpha Chapter, Helped to charter DST graduate chapter in Dallas, Texas Frederica Chase Dodd
First black social worker for New York City and Charitable counties Winona Cargile Alexander
First Vice President of Alpha Chapter, Charter member of Queens Alumnae Chapter, First Black teacher in Richmond County, NY Ethel Cuff Black
Last surviving founder (died in 1993), First Black graduate of Washingtonville High School (NY), Married member of Alpha Phi Alpha Naomi Sewell Richardson
From small town of Belton, South Carolina Mamie Ready Rose
Teacher for more than 30 years, Second career as a dramatic performer Ethel Carr Watson
Only founder to receive a doctorate degree Eliza Pearl Shippen
Wrote a book about poor blacks in the South Wertie Blackwell Weaver
Designed ceremony for inducting honorary members Madree Penn White
Interacted with William Taft and John F. Kennedy, Introduced Eleanor Roosevelt at John Wesley AME Zion Church Florence Letcher Toms
Directress of the Harlem School of the Arts Osceola Macarthy Adams
From Washington, DC, Graduate of M Street High School later known as Dunbar High School, First public high school for blacks Vashti Turley Murphy
Born in Chicago, Illinois, Helped Alpha Nu Chapter to purchase sorority house at University of Illinois Marguerite Young Alexander
Taught at Claflin College in Orangeburg, South Carolina Edith Motte Young

Founders Matching Worksheet

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First President of Lambda Chapter Osceola Macarthy Adams
Assisted in the purchasing of Alpha Nu sorority house at the University of Illinois Marguerite Young Alexander
Alpha chapter's fist custodian Winona Cargile Alexander
Assisted in the creation of Queens Alumnae Chapter Ethel Cuff Black
At the age of 92 lead the reenactment of the women's sufferage march Bertha Pitta Campbell
Alpha chapter's first reporter Zephyr Chisom Carter
Married co-founder of Omega Psi Phi Edna Brown Coleman
Won equal wages for black teachers in Galveston Texas (Galveston School District) Jessie McGuire Dent
First Sergant at Arms of Alpha Chapter; Assisted in the formation of graduate chapter in Dallas Frederica Chase Dodd
Began as President of AKA and upon the formation of DST became it's 1st President of Alpha chapter Myra Davis Hemmings
Most private of the founders Olive C. Jones
Active supporter of Delta and lobbied for DSTs particiation in the suffrage march Jimmie Bugg Middleton
Alpha chapter's first Treasurer Pauline Oberdorfer Minor
Graduated from the first public black high school in the US Vashti Turley Murphy
Involved in extreme activism; last surviving founder until her passing in 1993 Naomi Sewell Richardson
Became a homemaker; first to enter Omega Omega Chapter in 1919 Mamie Reddy Rose
The only founder to obtain a PhD Eliza Pearl Shippen
Original collector of elephants Florence Letcher Toms
Marched despite parents objections because she was the tallest and had to hold the banner Ethel Carr Watson
Wrote "Valley of the Poor" Wertie Blackwell Weaver
Selected the letters, wrote the constituton, and created the DST ritual. Medree Penn White
Alpha chapter's first Recording Secretary Edith Motte Young

Founders Macthing Activity Worksheet

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Taught drama at Bennett College and served as Directress of the Harlem School of the Arts. Osceola Macarthy Adams
Born in Chicago, Illinois. Served as a French and Spanish correspondence secretary Marguerite Young Alexander
The first Black social worker for the New York City and County Charities, and Alpha Chapter’s first custodian. Winona Cargile Alexander
The first vice president of Alpha Chapter and the first Black teacher in Richmond County, NY. Ethel Cuff Black
On March 3, 1913, she participated in the Woman’s Suffrage March, Delta’s first public act as a Sorority. Sixty-eight years later, she repeated this momentous walk on August 2, 1981. D Bertha Pitts Campbell
She was a very gifted singer and actress. She harnessed her vocal powers and sang for television shows. Zephyr Chisom Carter
Graduated from Howard in 1913 as valedictorian and class president. She married a founder of Omega Psi Phi. Edna Brown Coleman
The first corresponding secretary of Alpha Chapter. She became a teacher in the Galveston School District and was instrumental in integrating the schools. Jessie McGuire Dent
The first sergeant-at-arms of Alpha Chapter. She helped to charter the graduate chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority in Dallas, Texas. Frederica Chase Dodd
Served as president of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, Myra Davis Hemmings
Became a music teacher in the Washington, DC public school system. Olive Claire Jones
Helped lobby Delta Sigma Theta to participate in the march for Women’s Suffrage. Jimmie Bugg Middleton
Was born in Charlottesville, Virginia, and was an excellent musician. In 1914, she graduated as valedictorian of the Teacher’s College. Pauline Oberdorfer Minor
Graduated from M Street High School in Washington D.C., later known as Dunbar High School, first public high school for Blacks in the United States. Vashti Turley Murphy
The last surviving Founder when she died in 1993 in Washingtonville, NY. Naomi Sewell Richardson
From the small town of Belton, South Carolina. She was the first of the Founders to enter into what is now known as the Omega Omega Chapter Mamie Reddy Rose
The only Founder to receive a doctorate degree and was one of two Founders who never married. Eliza Pearl Shippen
Introduced First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt to an audience of parents at John Wesley AME Zion Church in 1945. Florence Letcher Toms
Became a teacher with a career that covered more than thirty years. Following her retirement, she began a second career as a dramatic performer. Ethel Carr Watson
Published a novel entitled The Valley of the Poor. Her book focused on racism and poverty in the South. Wertie Blackwell Weaver
Designed the Sorority pin and served as the second president of Alpha Chapter and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority (1913 – 1919) Madree Penn White
Taught at Claflin College in Orangeburg, SC Edith Motte Young

Where's Waldo? Worksheet

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The women of Delta Zeta Sorority share a common purpose: to make life fuller, more meanngful, more rewarding. I
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Mindful of its founding in 1898 as the world’s first Jewish Fraternity, Zeta Beta Tau will preserve and cutivate its relationships within the Jewish community. L
Delta Tau Delta is a values-based organization dedicated to Truth, Courage, Faith and Power that gives men the skills and support needed to answer the call to exellence. C
Ted Koppel is a famous member of Pi Kappa Alpa Fraternity, Incorporated. H
Antonio F. Knox is the current Sr. Grand Bsileus of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated. A
Kappa Alpha Psi's 83rd Grand Chapter Meeting tkes place in Orlando, Florida during the month of July. A
The newly elected mayor of Flagstaff, Arizona is now a member of Sgma Gamma Rho Sorority. I
Winona Cargile Alexander, Madree Penn White, Wetie Blackwell Weaver, Vashti Turley Murphy, Ethel Cuff Black, and Frederica Chase Dodd are all founding members of Delta Digma Theta Sorority. R