Belt and Heleen Ernest. After initiation the actives held a formal banquet at the Colonial Inn. Now we come to the dance that the pledges gave the actives on April 8. Umbrellas and bright colored streamers hung from the walls and ceiling carried out the idea of April showers. Mother Nature was very kind to us and carried our idea still further by sending down small ' drops of rain. Alpha Sigma Alpha is still at work, for she is now preparing for the Skit Show to be given Mothers' week-end on the campus.
L illian Goff.
EPSILON EPSILON CHAPTER NEWS Five Alpha Sigs are members of the Teachers' College Dramatic Group, "The Gilson Players." In March, the players presented a clever three-act comedy, "Loose Ankles." Celia O'Connor, Verna Barrett, Crescentia Gufler, and Mary Gene Fey were all in the cast. A warm, moonlight evening in February, a beautifully lighted ballroom, delicate pastel shades in evening dresses, and music by the Gra-co Club orchestra, made the Alpha Sig Spring Formal one of the ,loveliest parties of the year. A -feature of the evening was a solo dance by Livonia Warren. Chaperones were: Miss Edna McCullough, Mrs. Lena McLain, and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Phipps. In a recent po.pularity contest sponsored by Emporia Merchants and the Chamber of Commerce, two Alpha Sigs won prizes. Livonia Warren won the first place title of "Miss Emporia" and a delightful Southern cruise to Cuba and Panama. When Livonia returned to school after her trip, she was surrounded by curious and questioning Alpha Sigs who wanted to know all about how it felt to be asked to give a solo dance in a night club of Panama. That was just one of her thrilling experiences in the sunny South. , Virginia Bergerhouse won third place and a trip to Chicago. Her time was taken up in sight-seeing, theatres, and night clubs. We all wish we could have been with them, but perhaps that would be asking too much! Through graduation this year, we are to lose three of our most active members, Lucille Laughlin of Emporia, and Helen Loveless of Marion who are four year girls, and Nadine Peterson of Parsons, who has been with us two years. They will all receive B.S. degrees in Education. Lucile was our President last year. We have, many times in the past, depended upon her to help us in our difficulties, which she did. She is a most capable person and shoulders many responsibilities in the sorority and in school activities. She is now President of Xi Phi leadership fraternity, Panhellenic representative, member of the Sunflower