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OF ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA ENTERED AS SECOND -CLASS MATTER AT POST OFFICE IN ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA

SPRING, 1961

ALUMNAE BULLETIN

VOLUME 46, NUMBER 3

- H IAWATHA

CARD COMPANY,

MACKINAW CITY,

MICHIGAN

GRAND HOTEL, MACKINAC ISLAND, MICHIGAN JULY S-9, 1961 TH E PHO ENIX OF ALPHA SIGMA AL PHA is published in the fall , winter, spring, and summer of each year at 2642 University Avenue, St. Paul 14, Minnesota, by Leland Publishers , Inc. (The Fratern ity Press) , official publishers for the sorority. The subscription price is $1 a year. Send change of address and business correspondence to Alpha Sigma Alpha Central Office , Suite !\o. 206 , 2852 D elaware Avenue , Kenmore 17, New York . Address all correspondence of an editorial nature to the editor, Mrs. Eugene H. Crompton, Jr .. 7001 Spring Road #3. Richmond 28. Virginia . Second-class postage paid at St. Paul, Minnesota. PostmaJter: Se nd Form 3579 to Alpha Sigma Alpha, Suite No. 206, 2852 Delawa re Avenue, Kenmore 17, New York.

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WHY CONVENTION? BY HELEN

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National Convention Chairman

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The National Convention is the governing body of Alpha Sigma Alpha, and this twenty-third national convention will meet to carry on the important business of running our organization. The Convention, to be held in the beautiful Grand Hotel on the "Wonderland" of Mackinac Island in Michigan, has been carefully planned by your national officers. It is during Convention that your officers will be ~iven opportunities to report, to inform, and to recommend. Opportunities, too, will be theirs for sharing the experiences of years of work in A~A. Your letters to national officers indicate that you would like to know them personally. The convention will give you this opportunity to meet them and to know they are "just people," too. Our national family is made up of A~As of all ages, and we have a good time together because of our common interest-A~A. We might think of our Convention as a huge workshop where round table and panel discussions provide an opportunity for an informal exchange of ideas of benefit to every college and alumnae chapter. The Convention is A~A's means of giving the delegates the opportunity to elect new officers, plan the program for the next three years, and to take back to their chapters, college and alumnae, some of the ideas, knowledge, and inspiration experienced. Convention is a time to learn to develop good campus leaders to be good community leaders of the future. Although at Convention Alpha Sigmas find working together a privilege, there will also be many hours set aside for fun and fellowship, for sports and sight-seeing. Convention is a time of fun and hard work, late nights and early rising, of inspiration and song, of reunion with old friends and the making of new ones. WHY CONVENTION? WHY NOT???

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A "GRAND" WELCOME On Mackinac Island is located Grand Hotel, and it is here that a "grand" welcome awaits The 1961 National Convention of Alpha Sigma Alpha. The hotel was built in 1887 and since that time has undergone enlarging and remodeling to produce the perfectly exquisite structure that it is today. Surrounding the hotel is an estate of 500 acres, and adjoining this area, composed of 1,600 acres, is Mackinac Island State Park, rich in history and beauty. Red men called Mackinac Island "the place of the Great Dancing Spirits." This, they said, was the loveliest spot in creation-the place where the Michibou, the great one of the waters, the Manitou of these lakes, had chosen to dwell with his attendant deities. Men of other races fell under the island's spell as readily as the Indians. Artists, writers, and world travelers of three centuries have found its beauty unsurpassed on any continent. Mackinac's romantic history has vastly heightened its natural charm. Here, more than one hundred years before the American Revolution, came the beloved "blackrobe," Father Marquette. H ere, while the Revolution was in progress, the British built Fort Mackinac, making the lovely island the Gibraltar of the lakes. Under the protection of the fort's guns, the fur trade reached its zenith. Here voyageurs and coureurs des bois swaggered in their bright regalia, shouting their chansons to the fiddle's shrill accompaniment. Here, during the War of 1812, heroic American blood was shed in a futile attempt to recover through courage what had been lost through surprise. No longer is Mackinac Island a military post or a commercial center. Now it is a historic shrine and a perfect vacation haven. Grand Hotel is a vital part of the area and cordially welcomes Alpha Sigma Alpha.

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CONVENTION REGISTRATION BLANK Registration Fee (for each person to be registered) must accompany this blank. Fee and Registration Blank are to be sent by May 15, 1961, to MRS. CLAYTON A. RICHARD Suite No. 206. 2852 Delaware Avenue Kenmore 17, New York Make checks payable to Alpha Sigma Alpha. Registration Fee on or about May 15 .. .......... ... ........... ... ..... ... ..... ......... ..... .. ................ .. ..... .... ............ .. ........ $20 Registration Fee after May 15 ........... ... .. ......... ... ...... ...... ...... .. ........ .. ...... .............. ... ..... ...... ...... .... ................. .$22 Registration Fee per day ............... .... ...................................................... .... .................................. .... ............. $ 5 (Non-member guests do not pay registration fee.) Married Name .... ........ .... .. .......... .. ................. ....... ... .... ............ ................ ... .............. .. .. ......... .. ........... ........ ....................... ..... ..... ... ... .............. .. (Gire husband's full name)

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THE REGISTRATION FEE This fee of $20 covers favors, programs, and special events of the convention, as well as your 15% gratuity charge during your stay at the Grand Hotel. This fee does not include special personal service and does not include the bellman on arrival and departure. CONVENTION REGISTRATION Convention registration blanks will be found in each edition of The Phoenix. Extra blanks will be sent by Helen Corey upon request. Please fill out and send in the two forms at the same time. The registration blank with a check or money order (made out to Alpha Sigma Alpha) is to be sent to Mrs. Clayton A. Richard, Suite No. 206, 2852 Delaware Avenue, Kenmore 17, N. Y. The Registration Fee is $20 per person if sent before May 15; after May 15, the fee is $22 per person. The part time fee is $5 per day per person. Other members of your family do not pay a Registration Fee. Each person (or husband and wife} use only ONE blank. Do NOT make reservations for others. We do not want duplication.

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RESERVATIONS The charge, starting with the Officers' Reception at 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, July 5, 1961, and closing with breakfast on Sunday, July 9, 1961, is $17.50 per day, per person. In addition there is a 4% Michigan State Tax and a $1.50 charge for transfer of luggage to and from the dock. Non-members will have a $7.50 gratuity charge, children in proportion to rate. PLAN YOUR BUDGET Registration Fee ..................... .. ... .... .. .......... $20.00 Hotel American plan 3% days ........... .. .... .. .$65.62 4% Michigan State tax .......... .. ........ .... ...... $ 2.62 Baggage transportation-dock to hotel and return ................ .. .. .. ...... .. .... .. ............ $ 1.50 Gratuity for Non-members .. .. .. ..... ... ....... .. $ 7.50 Bellman tipping, arriving and departing 25c x number of pieces of baggage.. ......

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TRANSPORTATION MUSTS Round-trip ferry Mackinaw City to Mackinac Island .................. .. ................. .$ 1.90 Surrey to Grand Hotel and return (2x.60) .. $ 1.20 If traveling by air-arrival at Pellston Airport, Mackinaw City. Bus to and from dock 2 X $2.50 ............ ........ .. ...... ...................... $ 5.00 You can walk to the dock from either the train or the bus, but your baggage must be driven or wheeled over. Tip again. If driving-parking SOc, 75c, $1.00, or $1.50 per night in Mackinaw City or St. Ignace

HOTEL RESERVATION BLANK No Deposit Required Mail to MISS HELEN l. COREY, 6310 Sherwood Road, Philadelphia 51, Pa., by May 15, 1961 Full Name: Mrs., Miss, ..... .... ... ...... .. ..... .. .... .... .. .......... ..... .... ...... .. ............... ... .. ................ ............. ............. .... ... ... . Address ...... ..... ... ............. .. .. ................... .. ..... .... ............ . ................. .. ..... .. ... ........... .. .. ......... ... ........ .... ...... ....... ... .... . Street ond Number

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LOOKING FORWARD WITH ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA

JULY 5-9, 1961 JULY 5-VVEDNESDAY 1:00 P.M. TO 4:00 P.M. Arrival-Registration and Credentials 5 : 00 P.M. National Officers' Reception 6: 30 P.M. Dinner - Hostesses, Michigan and VVisconsin College and Alumnae Chapters- Terrace Room 8:30P.M. Opening Business Session- Club Room Mrs. Jean Grady, National President, Presiding JULY 6-THURSDAY 8:00 9:00 9:45 12:30 2:00 3: 3fl 6:30 8:00 9:30

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Breakfast-Main Dining Room Business Session Group Meetings Luncheon-Casino Continue Morning Group Meetings Recreation and Tour of the Island Dinner-Main Dining Room Hotel Concert Memorial Service - Little Stone Church jULY 7-FRIDAY

8:00 A.M. Breakfast-Main Dining Room 9: 15 A.M. Business Session- Club Room

11:30 A.M. Recreation 1: 00 P.M Topical Tables Luncheon- Main Dining Room 2:30 P.M. Group Meetings-Panhellenic 4:15 P.M. Officers Speak to Group Sessions 6: 30 P.M. Awards Dinner (WEAR WHITE ) Casino 8:30 P.M. Initiation-Club Room jULY 8- SATURDAY 8:00 9: 15 11:30 l :00 2:30 5:00 7:30

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Breakfast- Main Dining Room Business Session- Club Room Recreation Luncheon- Main Dining Room Final Business Session- Club Room Installation of Officers- Club Room Banquet- Formal- Casino jULY 9- SUNDAY

8 :00 A.M. Breakfast 10:00 A.M. Departure Those wishing to attend church may do so. Lunch is not included on the hotel rate but can be added. Several places in the village offer food service. There is a snack bar at the hotel golf course.

THE 1961 NOMINATING COMMITTEE THE CoLLEGE AND ALUMNAE members of ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA are asked each convention year to make recommendations for National Council members for the ensuing three years. Each college and alumnae chapter will be contacted by mail for suggestions, but members not affiliated with a chapter are asked for recommendations. All names sent to the committee will be given serious consideration when the slate of officers is prepared to be presented and voted upon at the National Convention, GRAND HoTEL, MACKINAC IsLAND MICHIGAN, July 5-9, 1961. MRs . HAROLD C . BRowN, CHAIRMAN 3 105 R ex ford Drive, South Bend) 15) Indiana Mis s jANE McCoRMICK Box 207) Pearisonburg) V irginia

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MRS . EDWARD A. SAUER 4995 Mad River Road) Dayton) Ohio


ALUMNAE! SEEING IS BELIEVING This is THE year for Alpha Sigmas! Coming up soon is our biggest, best convention at the GRAND H oTEL, MACKINAC IsLAND, MICHIGAN. Plans have beeen progressing upward a nd onward, and we're beginning to round the final corner. Naturally, there are many details which still demand minute attention before "finis" can be marked on any give n project. One such is the idea of having more exhibits and displays from the alumnae chapters. Exhibits, displays, a nd scrapbooks a re one of the

best ways to pool ideas and share talents. They lend so much to convention! And while it is fun to read in TH E PHOENIX about various fundraisers, easy money-makers, a nd novel philanthropic projects, SEEING IS BELIEVING. We want each alumnae chapter, if a t all possible, to send something to exhibit in addition to the traditiona l scrapbook. Make it indicative of your group's endeavours or ventures. Think about it, and decide what your group would like to exhibit-we want to SEE what you Do! - NANCY G . MATHISEN, N ational Alumnae Director.

CONVENTION HINTS 1. Plan your own participation m the convention from the moment you decide to attend. 2. Avoid disappointment- make your reservation early. 3. R eview names of your National Officers and convention chairmen. 4. Study the convention program. A delegate is obliged to a ttend all sessions planned by the National Organization. Be punctual at a ll sessions. 5. As the Convention is the governing body of the sorority, a member attending as a delegate has a vita l part in determ ining the future of Alpha Sigma Alpha. 6. Jot down specific problems now confronting your chapter. Have them ready for discussion in the round-table sessions in order to help find a solution. 7. When you arrive at Convention, check the list of delegates and visitors. Get to know them personally. 8. Capitalize on meal-time hours. Many new friends can be made. The decorations will provide rush party ideas. 9. Make a list of new friends made a t Convention. Keep in touch with them after you return home. I 0.

M ake the most of everything offered at Convention. You will be well paid for your efforts.

As a chapter delegate or visitor, we hope the Convention will help you better to fulfill your duties to your chapter. HELEN L. CoREY

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COLLEGE CHAPTER NEWS ALPHA Chapter purchased food and clothing for a needy family at Christmas time and sang carols at the Farmville Hospital. ALPHA ALPHA' s Cheryl Harless is a new initiate of Kappa D elta Pi, and Elise Rice is a member of A WS's Selections Committee. ALPHA GAMMA members made an artificial Christmas tree and favors for the retarded children at a Pittsburgh school, and they also received the College Scholarship Trophy for the second consecutive semester. In recognition for having the highest scholastic average on Colorado Sta te College campus, BETA BETA Chapter received a scholarship tray presented by the Denver City Panhellenic Association. EPSILON EPSILON m embers sent scrapbooks to the mentally retarded children at the Kansas State Hospital and Training Center in Parsons and also helped the Emporia Salvation Army on a fund drive at Christmas time. ZETA ZETA Chapter presented $250 to Mercy Hospital in Kansas City for use in its department for Mentally Retarded Children. Before Christmas ETA ETA members joined members of the other sororities on campus in caroling and presenting gifts to needy families in Pittsburg. THETA THETA's Mary Lou Donovan received Boston University's Senior Woman Award for 1960. KAPPA KAPPA's Mary Ann Leight was named to the All-American United States Hockey team, and Tiz Martin placed on the All-American Reserve team. N u Nu's Eileen Matthews was awarded a partial scholarship by the Maryland Dietetics Association to be applied toward her one-year graduate dietetic internship at Oklahoma State University. RHo RHo adopted a needy family for Thanksgiving and also gave them food and toys at Christmas time. For the fifth consecutive year PHI PHI members entertained at a Christmas party the children from Noyes Home in St. Joseph. Cm Cm's Janet Petrey and Judy Kanke are new members of Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. Psr Psr's Brenda Nell Bridges recently received a grant-in-aid and a fellowship for un dergraduate research work. BETA GAMMAS are helping in the college speech clinic for mentally retarded children. BETA DELTAS were first scholastically among the sororities on campus for the first quarter. Gaily decorated Christmas stockings, filled with

candy, were given to the children at the School for Mentally Retarded by members of BETA EPSILON. BETA ETA members donated old toys, which they redecorated and repaired, for the children at the School for Mentally Retarded. In helping with the mentally retarded children at the State Home and Training School, BETA THETAS have learned a lot and thoroughly enjoy their work on their philanthropic project. BETA IoTA's Anne Bryant is president of Radford College's Student Government Association, and Jane King is first vice-president. Before Christmas BETA KAPPAS went caroling at the Macomb hospitals. BETA LAMBDA's Georgia Wallis was named Miss Courtesy at A.S.T.C. BETA M u is looking forward to a visit by Mrs. Joe H. Brewer, national ritual chairman. BETA Nus are making aprons of various sizes for the children of the School of New Hope. BETA Pr members visited the Wade School for Retarded Children and presented a program. After the program they served refreshments and presented the children with yarn pin dolls. BETA RHos are busy making aprons to be sold at the annual bazaar of the Doctor Julian Levenson Foundation for Mentally Retarded Children. BETA SIGMA's June Lynn Skaggs will be the leading lady of the cast of "Finian's Rain bow," which will make a collegiate USO tour of France, Italy, and Germany next summer. BETA UPSILON members went caroling and afterwards enjoyed a Christmas party. BETA PHI members named to Who's Who in American Univ ersities and Colleges are Carol Bishop, Avis Dutton, J ane Lutey, Karle Hanke Olander, and M ary Schultz. BETA Psr members in groups of two or three girls each week visit the K a lamazoo School for M entally Retarded and assist the woman in charge of the school. BETA OMEGAS have begun a fund for the future redecoration of their sorority suite. GAMMA ALPHA's pledges held a food drive to furnish turkeys and all the trimmings for Thanksgiving dinners for several needy families. GAMMA DELTA's pledge skit took first prize at Greek Letter Day. Each year GAMMA EPSILON Chapter holds two functions to raise money for its philanthropic project, working with the mentally retarded ch ildren at one of the care centers. One of these is a pledge project, and the other is a square dance held in the spring.

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ALUMNAE CHAPTER NEWS The AKRON Alumnae Chapter donated $25 to the building fund for a greatly needed retarded children's chool in Akron. Helen Frame Snyder ®® will be co-chairman and secretary of the convention committee when Akron is host to the Ohio Association for Retarded Children, April 21-23. The most outstanding activities of ANDERSON, INDIANA, alumnae have been their "tasting party" when members brought samples of their favorite recipes, the Christmas party and dinner, and their January meeting when Miss Toula Lambrose, a student at Anderson College, spoke about the school customs and curricula of her native Greece. Again this year the BuFFALO Alumnae Chapter, as a member of Panhellenic, addressed envelopes for the Tuberculosis Easter Seal campaign. Their own philanthropic project of preparing teaching aids for the School of Retarded Children was in full swing during the Christmas holidays under the direction of Kathy Ryan Vantine IIII. Alumnae in the Bux-Mowr, PENNSYLVANIA, area are currently working on plans for their Montgomery County Retarded Chi ldren project. CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA alumnae were happy to be able to present to an Indiana State Alpha Sigma a $100 scholarship which she used to further her studies in courses fitting her to teach mentally retarded children. The luncheon meeting of all the CHICAGO area chapters at Marshall Fields was an inspiration. Work done for the American Cancer Society by the CHICAGO-WEsT SuB URBAN Alumnae Chapter will be dedicated to the memory of Dr. Tom Dooley. With his passing, we are reminded of our own Alpha Sigma Alpha obligation "to serve and not to be served ." CINCINNATI a lumnae are working on a special project for the Children's Cerebral Palsy Center. Last year the children were thrilled to be taken through the Cincinnati Zoo. This year the chapter plans to prepare them for a more informative trip by making stand-up cardboard of plywood zoo animals which will be used as a visua l aid in their classrooms. Dorothy Clason AA and Mary Zech Rockhold AA are the ab le co-chairmen on this project. At DAYTO 's J anuary meeting their philanthropic chairman Molly Molitor Snider AA, presented Mr . Margaret Englebert a former member of the board of the Council for Retarded Children who gave a mo t informative a nd intere ting talk rev iew ing the ouncil' act ivitie since 1950. The 10

chapter is contributing money to be used in a tuition fund for those children whose parents are .; unable to pay. They have voted to join the Council for Retarded Children in Montgomery County. The DENVER Alumnae Chapter held a most wonderful Christmas party this year with a white elephant sale and brunch as the theme. At their December meeting DELTA PHI- DETROIT alumnae voted to send a sizable check to an outstanding coed on a Michigan campus to supplement inadequate funds. Individual contributions were also made. DELTA RHo, along with the two other D etroit alumnae chapters, is cooperating on a philanthropic project of making a donation to the Association for Mentally Retarded Children, each group raising its share separately. Their members are sewing on baby things to be donated to needy mothers. In January, SrGMA RHO em- DETROIT had a wonderful time eating a ll the specialties prepared by members and, at the same time, raised funds for the mentally retarded. The ELKHART Alumnae Chapter held its first meeting of organization on January 18. Their thanks go to Marie Brown and the South Bend Alumnae Chapter for all their help in estab lishing the new chapter in Indiana. The HATTIESBURG Alumnae Chapter has had a busy year. In September the formal rush party for Beta Delta Chapter of Mississippi Southern College was given at the h·ome of Dr. and Mrs. Paul E . Bailey. The October meeting was in the home of Mrs. Z. B. Graves, who gave an exciting lecture and showed slides of her recent trip to Russia and other Iron-Curtain countries. A Christmas open house for Beta Delta was held at Hudson's Ranch on D ecember 8. The 1960 philanthropic activities of the INDIANAPOLIS Alumnae Chapter culminated at its Christmas party. Twenty-two beautifully wrapped gifts for mental patients were collected. A $100 check was presented earlier in the season to the oble School for Retarded Children as a teacher scholarship. Social life for jACKSON, MISSISSIPPI, alumnae included a Christmas buffet supper at the home f Marge Pugh. Present were Betty Franklin, Susan McDonald Evelyn and Richard Holmes Ann and ]. K. Morgan Lou and Miller Bankston Marge and Ed Pugh and Mary Tom and Tommy Bradley. KALAMAZOO alumnae enjoyed talking with Anne Niemeyer national membership director,


who inspected Beta Psi Chapter at Western Michigan University on February 12 and 13. They are looking forward with added inspiration to a successful State Day with the college chapter. Philanthropic money to be u ed in sending mentally retarded children to summer camp will be raised by the sale of items in "traveling baskets" among the GREATER KANSAS CrTY alumnae. Each member buys the gift in the basket and donates one to be purchased by the next person on the list. LoNG IsLAND alumnae have been busy on their Easter philanthropic project. They "adopted" a family and will supply its Easter dinner and necessary food staples. Money was raised for this purpose by a white-elephant sale. They are happy to welcome Kay McSweeney Cross B<I> from Wisconsin into their group. The Training Center of the San Fernando Valley Association for Retarded Children received a typewriter and duplicating machine from the Los ANGELES Alumnae Chapter. They also devote one meeting a year to making educational aids for the school. The sale of fruitcake, combined with a "Do-ItYourself" auction, was held at the December meeting of MILWAUKEE alumnae to raise funds for local mentally retarded children. M UNClE alumnae have one main philanthropic project for the year. A "forgotten" patient at the New Castle State Hospital is remembered each month by a different member, who sends her a gift. NEw ORLEANS alumnae's Founders' Day Dinner was a very delightful evening. The menu consisted of various Cantonese dishes, and it was at this dinner that they welcomed several new members into their group. At NoRTHERN NEw JERSEY's November meeting, five hundred stencils and outline pictures were made for the School for Mentally Retarded Children in Roselle. The alumnae chapter of OKLAHOMA CITY will be hostess to State Day for Oklahoma this year. The date has been set for April 22 . Invitations will be extended to all Alpha Sigma college and alumnae members in the state. The PoRTLAND Alumnae Chapter continues to grow in members and enthusiasm. Their philanthropic project is aiding Portland's Children Center a home for mentally retarded children. A m;ney contribution was made at Christmas, and a May-basket party is being planned when members will make refreshments and donate toys for the children. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, alumnae held a farewell party for President Carolyn Savage Finch AA who moved to Kansas City. Their new preside~t is Dee Mays Magnusdal BI. The Girl Scout Troop for mentally retarded girls, which is sponsored by the SAN DIEGO Alumnae Chapter, will

begin its third year of activity this spring. Wonderful work is being accomplished by the two leaders. In December SouTH BEND alumnae enjoyed a very special tea at the home of Marie Scanlan Brown AB, national fellowship chairman. The chapter helped the Elkhart-Goshen area girls organize a new alumnae chapter. The SouTH JERSEY Alumnae Chapter extends congratulations to its Ruth Stewart Cramer KK, a recipient of the Valley Forge Freedom Foundations award. Ruth was one of sixteen from New Jersey to receive this honor and the only one in the teaching profession. One of the most outstanding annual events of the SPRINGFIELD Alumnae Chapter is its covered-dish dinner and style show given for all Alpha Sigmas and their mothers. They all enjoy getting acquainted and seeing the latest fashions. The ToLEDO Alumnae Chapter is helping the Toledo Hearing and Speech Center as its philanthropic project. With the money contributed, we are informed that the Center will buy a repeater recorder for use in its kindergarten. The WASHINGTON, D. C., Alumnae Chapter is very grateful in its selection for a philanthropic project, a school for underprivileged as well as retarded children of all races and all creeds, from nursery school through fourteen years of age. The chapter has made and has given to the school scrapbooks on selected subjects of familiar objects and donated a record player and records, approved simp le games, and a number of occupational objects made by members to teach the children how to use zippers, tie shoe strings, and button and unbutton clothing. Twice they have donated money, and in December they helped finance the school's annual Christmas party.

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DEAR ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA,

April 10, 1961

ALPHA ·SIGMA ALPHA is preparing a cookbook, Gourmet's Guide, which is of unusual value and content. It will contain 250 or more favorite recipes from women of our sorority. If your recipe is selected by the committee for publication, your name and your chapter affiliation will also be printed. We think our book is the finest that one could want. The cover is red and white. The books are plastic-bound, so they lie open when in use, and the covers may be kept clean with a damp cloth. In addition to the 250 recipes, the book will contain a complete section of specially selected, authentic, up-to-date, basic cooking information. We are very pleased with these additional pages of "Kitchen Handbook" material and with the clever "thumb index'' for quick reference. There are charts and information on Ways to Use Leftovers, How to Carve, Time Tables for Meat Cookery, Quantity Recipes for 100 People, Suggestions on What to Have for Dinner, Substitute Ingredients, Spice Charts and much more. There's all the basic cooking information one could wish for, collected and bound together wit~ our recipes in one book. We want our book to be representative and successful, and we would like to include your name and recipe in the book. Please print or type your favorite recipes, preferably in different food categories (e.g. appetizers, main dishes, cakes and cookies, jelly and jam, soups and salads, vegetables, desserts, bread and rolls, husbands' recipes, party hints, foreign recipes or miscellaneous) . Please use separate sheets, so there is writing on only one side and mail it to Miss HELEN L. CoREY, 6310 SHERWOOD RoAD, PHILADELPHIA 51, PENNSYLVANIA, by April 15, 1961. Please sign your name and chapter. Your signature signifies that you guarantee the recipe as correct and worthy of publication. The price of the completed book wi ll be $2. If you should like to have a copy reserved for you or additional copies for gifts, please let us know by sending the. enclosed order blank. Payment must accompany each order. Forty cents of the commission will be paid to your college or alumnae chapter for each book sold. The remaining profits from sa les will be used to further national council projects. Send orders with payments to MRs. HAROLD C. BROWN, 3105 REXFORD DRIVE, SouTH BEND 15, INDIANA. Thank you for your help and cooperation in providing us with your recipes. Join us at ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA CoNVENTION, and pick up your copy of the first edition. If you are not present, orders will be mailed out following convention. Yours truly, HELEN L. CoREY and MARIES. BROWN, Committee Chairmen

AlA COOKBOOK ORDER Please reserve .... ...... .. .. .. copies of the A2:A Cookbook, Gourmet's Guide, which is to be released July 5, 1961. I am enclosing my payment of $ .... ... .. .. ... .... ........ ($2 per copy) for .... ... .. .. .. ...... ..... copies. Kindly credit the .. .. . . .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ..... . . .. . .... .. ... .... ........ .. ..... . . . .... . ..... .. .... . .. . . ...... .... .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. ... .. . .... .. college chapter or .. . .... .. . . . .. . . ............... .. ........ .............. ........ .. ..... ... .... .. ........... ........ .... .... . .. .... ... .. .... .. .. . . . .. ... .. .... ... .. . . ... . ... . .... .. . alumnae chapter with the commission. Chapters may withhold their commission on an order paid for by a chapter treasurer. Make check or money order payable to A2:.A Cookbook, and send your order to MRs. HAROLD C . BROWN, 3105 REXFORD DRIVE, SouTH BEND 15, INDIANA. Remember to · type or print your recipes and send as soon as possible to Miss HELE N L. CoREY, 6310 SHERwooD RoAD, P HILADELPHIA 51 , PENNSYLVANIA. All recipes must be signed and chapter listed. "Dhe ,receipt for your order

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DIRECTORY FOUNDERS Mrs. W. B. Carper (•Louis Cox) 505 Montr06e Dr:>. South Charleston, W. Va. Mrs. H . .E. uilliam (Julietlte Hundley), Gresham Court Apts., Richmond, Va. Miss Mary William50n Hundley, Gresham Cloul't Apts., Richmond, Va. Mrs. John Walton Noell (Virginia Boyd), (deceased) . Mrs. P. W . Wootton (Calva Hamlet Watson), 2020 Matrnx Ave., Petersburg, Va. NATIONAL C OUNCIL

President EmeritUJ-Mrs. Fred oM. Sharp (Wilma Wilson), 1405 Hardy, Independence Mo. President~. Robert C. Grady (Jean Raup), Box 686, Oran&e. Va. Vi ce-l'resident-Mrs . W . Lawson Blackstone (Mary Emerson), 1740 Central Ave., Wilmette, Ill. Secretary-Miss Helen L. Corey, 6310 Sherwood Rd. , Philadelphia 51, Penna. Treasurer-Mrs. Clayton A. Richard (Jean Carmiohael Vedder ) , Suite No. 206, 2852 Delaware Ave. , Kenmore 17, N . Y. M embership Director-Mrs. William B. Niemeyer (Anne Petree), 19 Country Lane, R .R. No. 1, Milford, 0. Editor~Mrs . Eugene H. Crompton, Jr. (Hiwana Cupp)~.7001 Spring Rd. No. 3, Riohmond 28, va. Alumnae Director- Mrs. Alex 0. Mathisen, (Nancy Gibson), 2453 W. Theresa, Anaheim, Calif. Officer in Charge of Central Office-Mrs. Clayton A. Richard (Jean Carmichael Vedder ), Suite No . 206, 2852 Delaware Ave., Kenmore 17, N . Y. NATIONAL CHAIRMEN Alumnae Editor---!Mn . Oran A. Klein (Doris Jean Snodgras~)J 205 West !14th St., Kansas City 14, Mo. Alumnae Orgamzer-Mrs . Leonard B. Hebert, Jr. (Hilda Giraud), 5519 Charlotte Dr. New Orleans 22, La. Art- Mrs. Robert J. Wolf (Edith Gaupp ), R.R. No . I, Rexford ._ N. Y . Awards-Mrs. Louis .t. . Fletcher (Ruth Newcomb) , 141 Marked Tree Rd ., Needham, Mass. Chapter Alumnae Secretary-Mrs. Walter R. Foltz (Genevieve Steele Leib). 3710 N . M eridian . Apt. 316, Indianapolis 8. Ind . College Editor-Miss Mary K . Reiff, 228 Brush Creek Blvd., Apt. 2-E, Kansas City 12, Mo . Constitution-Mrs. Wallace L . Chandler (Juanita Hodnett ), 8367 Charlise Rd ., Richmond 25, Va. C o nve t~tio t~-Miss H elen L. Corey , 6310 Sherwood Rd., Philadelphia 51, Penna . Fellowship--Mrs . Harold C . Brown (Marie Scanlan ), 3105 Rexford Dr., South Bend 15, Ind .

Founders' Day-Mrs. William B. Barre (Betty Barber), 395 Hopkins Rd., Williamsville 21, N. Y . Historian-Mrs. Charles H . Hamilton (Anne Rhodes), 5209 11th St. So ., Arlington Va. Housing-Mrs. Robent C . Grady (Jean Raup), Box 686 Orange, Va. Magazine- Mrs . A. Howard Hall (Betty Phillips), 342-D Higgins Rd., Park Ridge, Ill.

MUJic-Mrs. Arthur L . HeUrich (Shirley Ainsworth)~ 27 Abbington Terrace, Glen Rock 1 N. J. Phi/antitropic-Mrs. George J. Malone 1 Jr. (Helen Hooper), 2614 So. Vanaalia, Tulsa 14, Okla. Ritual-Mrs. Joe H. Brewer (Viola Caraway) 6214 E . Murdock, Wichita 8, Kan. Rush~Mrs. M. Madalene Groh (Madalene Marshall), 108 Fleetwood Terrace, Williamsville 21, N. Y. Scholarship--Mrs. Albel't M . Dickson, Jr. (Gail Dixon ) , 909 Toy Ave., Norfolk 2, Va . State Day-Miss Freida M . Phillips , 1522 Cornelia Ave., Waukegan , Til. NATIONAL PANHELLENIC CONFERENCE

Al[ha Sigma Alpha Delegate-Mrs. John . Dimond (Martha Green), 4028 20th t. N.E., Washington 18, D . C. CHAPTER ALUMNAE SECRETAIDES Alpha-Mrs . .T. Elam Holland, 2103 Tarleton Dr., Charlottesville, Va. Alpha Alpha-Mrs. Edward A. Sauer, 4995 Mad River Rd., Dayton, 0. Alpha. B eta- Mrs. RalJ?h E. Valentine, 706 S. Franklin, Kirksv1lle, Mo. Alpha Gamma- Mrs. Benvyn H. Russell , 112 Clymer Ave. , Indiana, Penna. Beta B eta~Mrs . Roland K. Mcl{jnley, 2626 12th Ave ., Greeley, Colo. Gamma Gamma--Miss Aurice Huguley, Northwestern State Clolle~e, Alva, Okla . Delta Delta-Mrs. Helen M . Miller, 77 Eldon, Columbus, 0 . Epsilon Epsilon- Mrs . James D . Adam, 1236 Highland, Empona, Kan. Zeta Z eta-Mrs. Irvin Sparks, 1701 lOth St., Charleston, Ill. Eta Eta-Miss Mary K . Reiff, 228 Brush Creek Blvd. , Apt. 2E, Kansas City 12, Mo. Theta Theta- Mrs. John G. Krecker, 71 Edmunton Dr., N. Babylon , L . I. , N. Y. Iota Iota-Mrs . Earl N. Jacobson , 740 Cherokee St. , Des Moines 16, Ia. Kappa Kappa-Mrs. George E. Shideman, 14 Barbara Rd.. Hatboro, Penna . Lambda Lambda- Mrs. Charles Cummings, 63 Arden Rd., Columbus , 0. Mu Mu-Mrs. W. Clark Butterfield, 14425 Greenvjew Rd ., Detroit 23 , Mich. Nu Nu- Mrs. George W. Baker, 1505 Woodland, Folcrof.t, Penna. Xi Xi- Mrs . John H. Titley, 7201 Arizona Ave. , Los Angeles 45, Calif. Omicron Omicron- Mrs. Robert S . DeTchon , 15825 Vanaken , Cleveland, 0.

Pi Pi- Mrs. Harry P. Nelson, 167 Cleveland Dr., Kenmore 17, N . Y. Rho Rho-Mrs. William ]. Plyburn, 1717 Woodward Terrace, Huntington, W. Va . Sigma Sigma- Mrs. Charles Swei.tzer, 512 N. Colorado, Gunnison, Colo. Tau Tau-Miss Mary Mae Paul, Apt. 4, Lewis Field, Hays, Kan. Upsilon Upsilon-Mrs. Artrur C. Herbert, 105 Rockhill Ave., Dayton 9, 0. Phi Phi-Mrs. Robert Geist, 403 W. 3rd, Maryville, Mo . Chi Ch.i-Ball State-Mrs. Everett Thresher, 1420 E. Main St., Muncie, Ind. Chi Chi-Indianapoli.r~Mrs. Howard ]. McDavitt, 655 N . Ritter, Indianapolis, Ind . Psi Psi-Mrs. Lavelle Langston, Box 225, a tohiotoches, La. Beta Gamma-Miss Helen Ann Biswell , Box 2, Chandler, Okla. Beta Delta- Mrs. R. L. Gates, 504 Ronie St., Hattiesburg, Miss. Beta Epsilon-Mrs. James T. F.r ancis, 106 N. Crenshaw Ave., Richmond, Va. Beta Z eta-Mrs. Leonard B. Hebert, Jr., 5519 Charlotte Dr., New Orleans 22, La. Beta Eta-Mrs . Gerald Tusler, Terry, Mont. Beta Th eta-Mrs . James Beckham Hamilton, 9385 T ecumseh, Detroit, Mich. Beta Iota-Mrs. Charles D. Hall, 7510 Comet Rd ., Richmond, Va. Beta Kappa-Mrs . Henry Hohe. 429 S. Kensington Ave., La Grange , Ill. Beta Lambda- Miss Dorothy L . Hudgens, 610 . Lake Shore Dr. , Lake Village, Ark. Gamma Clio-.Miss Joyce T . Cavanagh, 141 Riohardson Ave ., Syracuse, N. Y . B eta. Nu-Mrs. Charles H . HamiLton , 5209 11 tb St. S ., Arlington , Va. B eta Xi-Mrs . John D. Kennedy, 143 Pittsford Way, New .Providence, N. J. Rho Chi-Mrs . Vincent Hudie. 9121 Riverview, Detroit, Mich. Beta Pi- Mrs . W . Guy Wiles, Jr ., 504 22nd St., Dunbar, W. Va. Beta Rh~Mrs. John H . Parkinson, 2102 Madonna, Joliet, Ill. B eta Sigma- Mjss Rose Marie Fellin , 1001 E . Harrison , Springfield, Mo. Beta Tau- Mrs. Walter Cooper, 55 Litton Ave., Groton , Conn. Beta Upsilo~t.-Mrs . Herbel't Hylton , R.R.l , Cory, Ind. Beta Phi- Mrs. Eugene Breitzman, 609 Ethel St., Wausau, Wis . Beta Chi- Mrs . Robert E. Santee, 4414 E. Clarendon, Phoenix , Ariz. Beta Psi- Mrs. Wendell Boone, 101 W . Madison , Traverse City, 1M ich. Beta Om ega-Mrs. Melvin J . Klein, 30 Ehrbar Ave ., Mt. Vernon , N. Y. Gamma Alpha-Mrs. Joseph M . Lechner, 8306 Arbor St. , Omaha, Neb . Gamma Beta-Mrs. William A. Lambele, 534 A Messer St., Rhinelander, Wis. Gamma Delta-'Mrs. Donald R afferty , 90-14 221 Place, Queens Village 27 , N . Y. Gamma Epsilon- Mrs. Lawrence E. Hom, 2370 N . tOOth St., Wauwatosa, Wis .

NIXIE CARDS COST MONEY NIXI E CA RD S are the noti ces sent by the post office giving changes of address and removals smce second-class matter is not forwardable . A postage-due charge is made for each card returned . If you will send address cha nges to the C entral Office, Suite 206 , 2852 D elaware Avenue K enmore 17, N ew York, imm ediately, wheth er you are on the regular PHoE IX mailing list or only on th e alumnae issue list, you will save A:tA's treasury the cost of the nixie cards, as well as the cost of re-mailing THE PHOENIX to your new address. The " H ave You Married or Moved" blank is includ ed in each issue of th e magazine for your convenience. Please use it so that Central Office wi11 have no "Lost Lambs."

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Asa phoenix vol 46 no 3 spring 1961  
Asa phoenix vol 46 no 3 spring 1961  
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