stle Beta Psi Fall 2008 Issue 2 Happy Birthday! Stacy Estes-October 16 Evan Alexander-October 29 Richard Berry-HALLOWEEN! Alan Dierker-September 3 Ashley Bennet-September 28 Jessica Ibendahl-October 31 IMPORTANT DATES October 16&17-Fall Break October 19-Window Painting @ Imos
Fall 2008 Issue 2
Stacy Estes-October 16
Evan Alexander-October 29
Alan Dierker-September 3
Ashley Bennet-September 28
Jessica Ibendahl-October 31
Favorite Halloween Costume…
Alan Dierker- Rafael (teenage mutant ninja turtles)
Jessica Ibendahl- Pirate
Stacy Estes- Pink Power Ranger
Evan Alexander- Batman
Richard Berry- Vall Woodshadow
Cassie Humphrey- Pippy Long Stocking
Tony Fouts- Freddy Kruger
Keisha White- Cop
John Berry- Pterodactyl
Sarah Dumey- Gauze Goblin
Janelle Turner- Jack Twist
Kevin McMeel (aka Barry Bernhardt)- Devil
Amanda Truetken- The Sky…such an imagination
Brooke Privett- Bee (brother was a Bee Keeper)
Roniesha Black- Angel
Danielle Czerniewski- Barmaid
Andrea Kellerman- Raggedy Anne
Zack Buck- Quail Man
Kristie Sprague- Princess
David Gilbert- Red Power Ranger
Kerby Icenogle- Daisy Duke
Cheney Hall-The ghost of a female student haunts a room in Cheney. She is believed to have committed suicide in the bathtub. Rumors are that the bloodstains on the tub could not be removed. Rather than removing the tub, the school built a large shelf or closet around it. Students report hearing strange noises and slamming doors when they’re left open.
Music building-There have been reports of strange lights and shadows, apparitions, and slamming doors.
Rose Theater-Ghost 1 Mary. She supposedly killed her husband when he tried to leave her. She is said to cause problems during some plays. There is also supposedly a blood stain on a concrete floor that cannot be removed. Ghost 2 is an elderly man that has been seen sitting in the hallway.
Located at 444 Washington Ave. It is rumored to be haunted by ghosts of Civil War soldiers who died there when it was a small pox hospital.
Favorite Halloween Costume…Cont
Erin Tuley- Death
Nick Meyerkord- a loser…I mean a Ninja
Amy Pinter- Ladybug
Julie Kozuszek- Nerd
Jennifer Miller- Cowgirl
Stephanie Winzenburger- Grape
Teresa Koebbe- Tiger
Nikki Wichman- Firefighter w/Dalmation puppy
Rachael Hayes- BIT Graduate (ask her)
Brett Hammond- Robot (last year…ok he was 12)
Julie Bohnenkemper- Jasmine from Aladdin
Shannon Meyerkord- Also Jasmine from Aladdin
Haunted Places in Cape Girardeau
Heartland Health Care Center
Located at 2525 Boutin Dr. Reports of strange shadows and apparitions of former residents being seen.
This used to be an old school house. There have been reports of little girl haunting the lodge, who is believed to have died there when I was a school house. Reports include rattling windows, slammed doors, swaying lights, hearing laughter come from the furnace room, and seeing the little girl jump rope at night.
Mt. Tabor Park
This is now private property. It is off of County Rd. 205, or Bloomfield Rd. Visitors have heard the voice of a disembodied elderly woman.
Jackson High School
Located on S. High Street in Jackson. The 2nd floor bathroom is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a janitor or a female student who died in the room. The auditorium is haunted by a janitor. A former teacher is also rumored to walk the halls. Reports include opening and closing of doors, whistling, and orb photos taken in the gym.
Information from http://groups.msn.com/MissouriHaunts/capegirardeaucountyhaunts.msnw
Scary Halloween Moments
Brett Hammond- Scared by old man up the street
Rachael Hayes- Phi Mu Alpha boys tapping on window and jiggling door handles on Halloween night
Nikki Wichman- Trick-or-treating with Mandy, Erin, and Sara
Bethaney Garrett- Haunted House
Teresa Koebbe- Watching Hocus Pocus
Stephanie Winzenburger- Talon Falls, KY
Nick Meyerkord- Man dressed as dino, shrieking loudly
Erin Tuley- Scary teens stole her little brother’s candy, she started chasing them, but then realized they could hurt her
David Gilbert- Confronting a throng of zombies with only a straw, rubber band, and manila folder
Kristie Sprague- Chased with a chainsaw
Zack Buck- Partying at the shack and hour before it burnt down
Workshops at NationalsSome, not all
Andrea Kellerman- Haunted hay ride
Roniesha Black- Haunted house
Brooke Privett- Being chased by a chainsaw at the Kennett Haunted House
Amanda Truetken- Haunted house as a kid
Kevin McMeel- Realizing he was too old to trick or treat
Sarah Dumey- Six Flags Haunted House (YIKES!)
Tony Fouts- Watching his brother Freeman dress up as a prostitute
Cassie Humphrey- Getting lost in a haunted house maze
Marquelia- Clowns at Six Flags, (she hates clowns)
Richard Berry- Was born on Halloween…scary enough?
Ashley Bennett- Haunted house
Jessica Ibendahl- Graveyards
Stacy Estes- Haunted house, worker stole stuffed animal and chased her
Contra and Swing Lessons- Two wonderful styles o learn while having fun! Come out and learn a new dance or two, and have fun with your fellow Brothers.
Financing your chapter and its events- This workshop will highlight innovative ways to gain money for your chapter and fund your events.
Applying for Applause and Dough- Chapters always need money to run events but coming by that money isn’t always easy. Sometimes chapters earn a pat on the back. This workshop will explain how to apply to Nationals for money and awards.
Habits of very successful chapters- There are chapters that have been around for almost seventy years and are still going strong! Come learn successful habits of chapters so your chapter can be around seventy years from now.
APO in your resume- Many Brothers do a lot of work in APO and want to show off their great work and talent. This workshop will highlight some key ways how to include your efforts in APO in your resume.
Massages- Life as a Brother can sometimes be stressful and difficult…so why not learn some massage techniques! This workshop will demonstrate some simple safe methods of massage so you can relax and de-stress. (SOMEONE BETTER GO TO THIS!!!!)
Toast Song in ASL- The toast song is an important staple in the APO history. It tells a lot about us and what we do. This workshop will teach you the toast song in American Sign Language—a nice new way to close your chapter meeting.
Boston Phonetics- “Go pahk yah cah in da Harvad yahd.” Sound familiar? When people think of a Boston Accent, this is the first sentence most people come up with. Come have fun and learn some of the familiar slogans and phrases from a real Bostonian.
Information from www.apo.org