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TOLEDO HONORS GRACE HAWORTH By Helen Klag Osmun Grace Fultz H aworth was installed as president of the Toledo Panh ellenic Council on June 3, 1966, at a luncheon in the Toledo Club. Since this marks her fiftieth year of membership in Alpha Sigma Alpha, our alternate delegate to this council presented Grace a gold charm with the crest of AL.A on it on behalf of her alumnae chapter. Grace has served as National Treasurer as well as the treasurer of the Toledo chapter for many years. She has also served on the Panhellenic Council in many capacities for about fourteen years. Although she is an ever faithful and devoted alumnae, her work and interests are maintained in many other areas too. She has been Past Worthy High Priestess in the Toledo White Shrine. She was soloist from 1964-1966. She was Past Worthy Matron of Ft. Chidustry Chapter of the Eastern Star. She has served as program chairman of W.S.C.S. for three years and as a member of the Circle Hostess Committee of Monroe Street Methodist Church. Other activities include past president of Vernon McCune unit in Ohio Department of the American Legion Auxiliary, as well as treasurer for the past three years; member of the Past Presidents Parley of the Department of Ohio; member of LaBoutique Des Hint

FULBRIGHT SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED BEVERLY MOON EY

Beverly A. Mooney, a June graduate of Concord College, Athens, West Virginia, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship by the Office of Educational Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State. FALL 1966

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Chapeaux et Quarante Femmer; National and Ohio Federation of Republican Woman's Club; Flower and Hospital Guild; Friendly Center Service Guild; Goodwill Industries Key Woman; Lucas County Home Guild. In her spare time, Grace has gone with her husband on some lovely jaunts to Europe, Alaska, and Hawaii. We in Toledo are very proud of Grace, and we want other Alpha Sigs to know her and be proud of her too. Her life is certainly exemplary of the motto that she learned fifty years ago, and her service to and for others is a great inspiration to all who know and love her. She will spend the next academic year studying French lingu istics at Brussels University in Belgium, under the auspices of the U. S. Educational Foundation in Belgium. Beverly's home is in Ferris, West Virginia, and she plans to attend graduate school following her study in Belgium. She spent the 1964-65 academic year studying at the University of Dakar in Senegal, West Africa, through the student exchange program between Concord and that institution. While a student at Concord, Beverly served as president of McComas-Sarvay Hall Council during her sophomore year. She was chosen Snowflake Princess in 1963. She was named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities this year. In addition to being a member of Beta Pi chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha, Beverly also belonged to Cardinal Key honorary. 25

Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Asa phoenix vol 52 no 1 fall 1966  

Asa phoenix vol 52 no 1 fall 1966