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April witnessed the migration of Alpha Sigs to Drexel's lodge for an overnight stay. It proved to be an enjoyable occasion for everyone. Another highlight of spring term was our annual Dinner D ance . This year the semiformal affair was held at Drexel's lodge which was decorated to create a lovely setting for the occasion. During the past year, several of our members received honors and awards. Sandy Speers and K athy Hillegass were elected to the Student Senate. Kathy Hillegrass is president of Panhellenic Council. She is also a member of Key and Triangle, an honorary society. Gerry C ox is a member of Key and Triangle and she received the honor of Panhellenic Woman of the Year. Barbara Kinney is a member of T au Beta Pi, the honorary engineering society and received the Society of W omen Engineers' Scholarship. Vi Hudak was awarded the Pi ttsburgh Panhellenic Scholarship. Spring term was filled with many happy occasions. We of Nu Nu are looking forward to many more o.f such experiences in the coming year.-KATHY KELLER

Rho Rho Marshall University Huntington, West Virginia The Rho Rhos are very busy this summer preparing for fall rush. We are planning for a new theme for the second rush party. The theme is "Showboat," complete with a ministrel show and a m elodrama. The outside of the house will be decorated like a riverboat and the officers will be dressed like the crew. We were undoubtedly the best dressed girls on campus last year with our new outfits. They consisted of white poor-boys with AL.A monogramed in red and red and white checked skirts with red knee socks. They were made especially to be worn during rush. As you can see, the Rho Rhos were very busy pla nning for one of the most important events of the yearRUSH!-MARY PRESTO N KING

Phi Phi 路 Northwest Missouri State College Maryville, Missouri Second semester held many happinesses for Phi Phi. In February, the chapter had their informal dance based upon the theme of "East India." This dance has taken the place of our former sweetheart dance and is more casual. For decorations we used a papier-mache elephant head, gongs, and tapestries. The refreshments consisted of delicious fresh fruit, baked in honey and butter, and hot tea. It was a very thrilling experience for Phi Phi to have two of the three finalists in the Tower Queen Contest . Dianna Brown and L a rna Stevens were two of the three girls picked by the judges to be voted on by the student body to determine the queen. In the final vote, Dianna Brown Phi Phi's pres:dent, was chosen T ower Queen of NWMSC. We are all very proud of our "Little Alpha Sigma Girl." . . . . During the weekend of Apnl 15- Apnl 17 Phr Phr chapter was honored with a v:s:t from M路ss M ary K. R eiff Alumnae Organizer and Chapter Alumnae Secretar~. Miss Reiff's weekend was filled with conferen.ces with all of the chapter officers. On Saturday mornmg

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she attended a tea given in her honor at the home of Mrs. Gweldon Long. On Sunday we all attended church toge ther and then ate in the Student Union. Each of us benefited from Miss R eiff's suggestions and enjoyed her visit very much. Sara Copman, Toni J ohnson, and Kathryne Seabaugh represented Phi Phi as three of the ten finalists in the Miss Maryville Pageant. They each did a short talent sketch, appeared before the judges in evening gowns, and appeared before the judges in swimsuits. We are all very thrilled that Toni was named first runn er up to M;~~ M a ryville. She received a beautiful trophy and a $200 scholarship. On April 23 Phi Phi had its spring formal. The Blue R oom of the Student Union was converted into a majestic and romantic "Emerald City." The entrance was a winding yellow brick road and led to a tiny sparkling bridge that looked as it it were part of a dream world. The refreshments were tiny snowballs and punch. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of Carol Workman who was named our sweetheart. VVe all lined up togethe r and sang the " AL.A Sweetheart Song" as she received her bouquet of red roses. As a pleasant ending for the school year, Phi Phi held its annual parents' day. It is an especially happy occasion since this is the time when we introdu ce our real family to a ll our sisters in Alpha Sigma Alpha. This year the day was extra special because many of the members' mothers received the Crown D egree of Alpha Sigma Alpha. This has been a very profitable and happy year for Phi Phi, and we are looking forward to next fall when we hope to make even bigger achievements with our strong bond of sisterhood.-KRIS JoHNSTO N

Chi Chi Ball State University Muncie, Indiana Chi Chi ended the school year with many wonderful and exciting activities and events. During the month of April we won first place in the annual All-Greek Variety Show. We were grouped with two fraternities and one other sorority. The group wrote the script, cast the parts, made the costumes and stage scenery and presented a 15 minute act. The name of the winning act was "A T ool of Heaven." Spring Sing and Trike-A-Then, both annual events on the Ball State campus, kept the sisters busy trying to keep our voices as we ll as our trikes in good shape for competition. For Spring Sing the sisters chose to wear black dresses, wh ite gloves and red carnation corsages. The spring formal, "Luau for Lovers," was held at the H oliday Inn in Richmond, Indiana. The sisters wore colorful mumus and several dates were attired in matching shirts. Ice buckets were given as favors. Everyone enjoyed sitting on the floor eating in the true Hawaiian style. The Alpha Sig Man-of-the-Year was announced during the dance. This year the Chi Chis celebrated an other "first" as we presented a duel selec tion for this honor. This award is given to a lavaliered or pinned man or a fiance of a member who has aided the sorority throughout the year. The sisters felt that both men had been a great help to the chapter during the year. Identical trophies were given.

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Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Asa phoenix vol 52 no 1 fall 1966  

Asa phoenix vol 52 no 1 fall 1966