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• ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER In the absence of our chapter editor because of her illness I have been asked to take her place. I returned to school this second semester to find the actives and pledges doing some wonderful work. It was indeed a pleasure to return to school and be able to meet and work with these delightful girls. There has been a great rush and moving here in the past three weeks. Now, everyone is ready for all the tests that the professors may place before us. In spite of all the rush of semesters we have had time to do some rushing. We were very successful in pledging Dorothy Fitzer of Toledo, and Helen Wigston of Cleveland. We are looking forward to the next month for we have several parties planned. We have these parties so that the actives and pledges may become better acquainted.

ALPHA BETA CHAPTER The most elaborate social function of this year was our annual Formal Valentine Dinner Dance. The large dining room at the Travelers Hotel was transformed into a veritable fairyland. A lowered false ceiling fashioned of greyish-blue, transparent cloth, covered with artificial snow and tinsel gave one the impression of being in a beautiful cave, or "wonderland," the cloth and tinsel concealing both ceiling and walls. The lights came from spotlights of red, green, blue, and orange. These lights were focused on a large revolving wheel at the west end of the room. The background of the wheel was in gold, and this was covered with many pieces of glass. As the lights played upon it a myriad of colors was sent forth and the effect was indeed beautiful. The orchestra was hidden behind the "Suns" rays, this effect being carried out by the use of crepe paper designed in such a way as to resemble a sunburst. Trees covered with snow and tinsel were arranged on each side of the doorway in the dining room and as the guests entered the room they felt they were entering a snow-laden forest. Here they were greeted by the receiving line composed of Miss Ruth Robinson, president of the sorority, Miss Ethel Hook, Sorority sponser, President and Mrs. Eugene Fair, Dean and Mrs. L.A. Eubank, and Mrs. S. H. Ellison. The dining table was arranged in the shape of a sorority pin, and

Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Asa phoenix vol 17 no 3 mar 1931  

Asa phoenix vol 17 no 3 mar 1931