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flf)otnix INSTALLATION OF OMICRON OMICRON CHAPTER

Spring sm iled radiantly on Omicron Omicron, Alpha Sigma A lpha's youngest chapter, upon its installation day. It seemed as if the great sun god himself had gathered up all those little illusive sunbeams, to place them on the high altar of Alpha Sigma Alpha, that the sacred beauty of her might envelop all in the warm g low of Chri stian love, the crystaline loveliness of sisterhood. Install ation was a g loriously happy time for Omicron Omicron. On Friday evening, April ninth, the alumnae returned to be pledged. Satu rday, April tenth, brought to Kent more charming guests. In the afternoon the installation services were held at the Franklyn Hotel in Kent. O ur presiding officers included Miss Grace F ultz, National Treasurer, Miss Amy Swisher, Faculty Adviser at Miami University, Miss Mary Wagner from Temple University, Miss Katherine Schultz of Alpha Alpha, President of the A lumnae at Cleveland, Miss Gertrude Haun, also an alumna of Cleveland, and Miss Helen Robinson from Miami University. Other guests contributing much to make our banquet truly delightful were our gracious Dean of V~Tomen, Miss Blanche Verder, and our patrons and patronesses, Mr. and Mrs. Hale B. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. James Green, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wagner. The after dinner speeches of our guests made our installation banquet still more beautiful. An address of welcome was given by Miss Hazel Keener expressng the appreciation of Omicron Om icron for the rare privilege of having our sisters of Alpha Sigma Alpha at home with her at Kent. A splendid response was given by Miss Fultz. Miss Swisher gave a delightful expression of welcome to Alpha Sigma Alpha, which made a deep impression on the hearts of all the members of Omicro.n Omicron. "The

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Asa phoenix vol 11 no 4 may 1926  

Asa phoenix vol 11 no 4 may 1926