NEW ALUMNAE CHAPTERS
WHO, WHEN, AND WHERE
The National Council has announced the appointment of Sidney Grimillion Allen (Mrs. John H.) of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, as National Alumnae Director to fill the unexpired term of ancy Gibson Mathisen (Mrs. Alex 0.) , Anaheim, California.
Eight enthusiastic alumnae of Alpha Sigma Alpha met at the home of Joanne Danhoff Fortin Be in Saginaw, Michigan, on June 11, 1966, for the purpose of organizing the Saginaw, Bay City, and Midland area alumnae. College scrapbooks, pictures, paddles, pillows, and other interesting mementos were displayed by the hostesses. Plans for future meetings will be completed after the September meeting. OFFICERS President- J oanne Deitz Manshum Be Vice President- Katy Kile Bryant Be Secretary & Editor-Bernice Baur Be Treasurer- Joanne Danhoff Fortin Be City Panhellenic DelegateCarol Remainder Bromm Be LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
Nine alumnae of Alpha Sigma Alpha met at the home of Mary Hitz in Louisville, Kentucky, on May 24, 1966, for the purpose of establishing a new alumnae chapter in the area. Election of officers will be held at a later elate. Those in attendance were: Barbara McHatton Stivers, Joni Benson Jones, Catherine Joyce Hewitt, Judy Goodman Simpson, Shat'on McNeal, and Judy Foster, all BN; Suzanne Sheppard Lorch B I; Mary Hartman Lamie XX; and Mary Macklin Hitz AA. TRI-C ITY, FLORIDA
Sidney will also continue to serve as Fellowship and Philanthropic Chairman. In this capacity she has devoted a great deal of planning towards a scholarship program which she will present at the next convention. A great amount of Sidney's time and energy h as always been devoted to Alpha Sigma Alpha. She was an officer in Psi Psi chapter before her graduation from Iorthwestern State University at Natchitoches, La., and served as Beta Delta adviser for six years. Sidney and her husband, who is the Dean of the University of Southern Mississippi, are quite proud of their children, John Horton Allen, Jr. and Lisa Jane. In addition to her family and her sorority work, Sidney takes an active part in civic affairs, church, and the act ivities of the univer ity as well. 12
Alumnae in the Clearwater, St. Petersburg, and Tampa, Florida, area met at the home of Billie Barrett Cousins KK on June 25, 1966, to organize a new alumnae chapter. Fifteen alumnae are affiliated with the new chapter. OFFICERS President-Norma Tyee Heberling KK Vice President-Naomi McAllen Bransom BE Secretary-Billie Barrett Cousins KK Treasurer-Eleanor Koehl Cornett PP Editor-Janet Millman Walls PX Panhellenic DelegatesCatherine Clodfelter Patrich BE (St. Petersburg) Dorothy DeBolt Willauer rE (Tampa) Jane Hoy Geiger KK (Clearwater) THE PHOENIX