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THE PHOENIX Staff, Alpha Sigma Alpha treasurer, and member of Kappa Delta Pi scholastic fraternity. Helen Loveless is a Physical Education major and is prominent in Athletics. She is President of the Women's Athletic Association and Sigma Pi Sigma pep sorority. Last year she was a delegate to the A. C. A. C. W. convention in Madison, Wisconsin. She is now corresponding secretary of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Nadine attended Parsons Junior College two years before coming here. Her major is Primary-Kindergarten work, and she is a member of the Primary-Kindergarten club. She was our Rush Captain this year and a most successful one. We would like to have many more like her. We have elected the following officers for next year: President, Celia O'Connor; Vice-President, Marion Perry; Recording Secretary, Verna Barrett; Corresponding Secretary, Virginia Tholen; Treasurer, Virginia Bergerhouse; Registrar, Juanita Nicholson; Chaplain, Virgil Ferrebee; and Editor, Margaret Widick. A large number of Alpha Sigs attended the annual Junior Prom held in the Student Union Ballroom, April 8. The Seniors were guests of the Junior class. Faculty members chaperoned the party. Milt Taggerts, "Vagabonds of the Air" played for the dancing. Juanita Nicholson.

ZETA ZETA CHAPTER NEWS Zeta Zeta chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha held its spring rush party at the sorority house on March 10, 1932. We were all Irish colleens, celebrating St. Patrick's Day. The games we played were quaint and very enjoyable. The decorations, too, carried out the St. Patrick's scheme. Blanche 1Schooley, who served as general chairman, presented the prize for winning the greatest number of games to Mildred Laughlin, one of our guests. The prize was lovely,-a new potato, prettily wrapped in green paper, tied with a beautiful green ribbon. We felt that our party was a success, for Mildred Laughlin, of Linn, Missouri, accepted the invitation to join Alpha Sigma Alpha. On April 6, 1932 formal pledge service was held for Mildred Laughlin. We are proud to have such a charming girl in our midst, and we know that we have a lovely girl who will be a real worker next year:

• • • • The five sororities on our campus, Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Theta Sigma Upsilon, Delta Sigma Epsilon, and Alpha Sigma Alpha, gave a Panhellenic dance on April second in the college gymnasium. The gymnasium was decorated in a most beautiful fashion; the dancing floor being virtually walled in with blue, white, green, pink, purple, gold and red streamers extending from the floor upward

Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Asa phoenix vol 18 no 4 may 1932  

Asa phoenix vol 18 no 4 may 1932