would be crippled for life, but it is now thought that his recovery will be complete. The date for the wedding has not been set. They are planning to make their home in Kansas City, Missouri. Iris Taber is a supervising principal in the city schools of Okmulgee, Oklahoma. She has taught in the schools there for several years, and has just recently been elected to the new position. Nelle Marie Davis, who attended K. S. T. C. of Pittsburg last year, is now a student at Kansas University. Alumnce who were active members of Eta Eta's summer chapter were: Ruby Bachtel, Helen Buchman, Vera King, Alice Montgomery, Erma Peters, Elizabeth Van Gastel, Faith Crandall, Enid Frogue, Minnie Roseberry, Helena Van Gastel, Ruth Cronin, Hazel Gilbreath, Maude Laney, Lorena Laney, Marjorie McFarland, Iris Taber, and Mabel Roseberry. 路 Helen Williams of Epsilon Epsilon chapter was the guest of Alice Montgomery at Eta Eta's birthday dinner on July eleventh. Eta Eta girls loved Helen for her singing-and for herself. Minnie Roseberry returned to the State No rmal School at Mount Pleasant, Michigan, where she is a grade critic teacher. Minnie plans to start work on her Master's degree at Columbia soon. Ruth Iserman spent the summer touring Europe. Ruth teaches languages in the Pittsburg High School. M uriel Johnson and Marguerite Canfield have returned ta Joplin, where they are employed in the city schools. The girls have an apartment together. V iolet Laurance was married in June to Mr. Archie Grady. M r. Grady is superintendent of schools at Onaga, Kansas. Mayme Hill has a position in the grade school at Lamar, Missouri. This is her third year there. Elizabeth Marsh is teaching her first year at Le Roy, Kansas. She is specializing in home economics. Georgia and Margaret Oldham have positions in the Kansas City schools. Georgia has returned to ' her position as home economics instructor in the Junior High School, while Margaret is teaching her first year in the grades. Ethel Montgomery has returned to Bonner Springs, Kansas, where she teaches in the grades. This is her third year at Bonner Springs. Marjorie McFarland.