Outstanding Tulsa alumnae include Jane Cleveland Bloodgood, who has recently received her Phd in English and will teach at St. Crispin's School. Mary Edwards Good of Tulsa is the public relations coordinator of the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art and the first woman president of the Tulsa Archaeological Society. Dianne Wall Nail of Tulsa is a practicing veterinarian who serves on the National Youth Committee of the AAWW. Marilee Layman Frampton of Tulsa is about to receive her Phd in English from Tulsa and is director of publications for their Liberal Arts College. In addition, Joan Walker Colin was the youngest Mothers March chairman in Dallas County's history and Jane Armstrong has been named vice-president of Consumer Affairs for Jewel Foods, becoming Jewel's first woman officer.