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Mrs. Fred Trowell, National Membership Director, in chair at far left, gives pointers on pledge training during informal session at Beta Sigma chapter house.

Other National Officers in attendance included, left to right, Mrs. Harry G. Rowe, National Headquarters Executive; Mrs. George J . Malone, Jr., Vice President; Mrs. Joe H. Brewer, Secretary; Miss Rose M. Fellin, Treasurer; Miss Mary C. Goeke, President; and Mrs. R. S. Fountaine, Constitution Chairman.

A banquet room at a nearby restaurant was the scene of the Saturday evening dinner for the Leadership Training School participants. The National awards that had been merited by chapters present were announced, and the 1966 Magazine Sales Award trophy was accepted on behalf of Phi Phi chapter by Dianna Brown, chapter president. A session devoted to Alpha Sigma Alpha's role in the National Panhellenic Conference followed, after which everyone adjourned to the Beta Sigma house for an informal session on Pledge Training. The evening ended with a relaxing and enjoyable Song Fest during which the chapters entertained each other and the N ational Officers with their special chapter songs. Sunday morning found everyone attending early church services of their choice, and returning afterwards to the Beta Sigma house for a wel-

come brunch prepared by members of the Springfield Alumnae chapter. At 10:30 A.M. the final session began in the Student Union, this session being devoted to Social Graces and Adviser路 Alumnae relationships. At the completion of the prepared program, the delegates were invited to discuss any additional specific problems with the National Officers, although many questions had been answered earlier in the week-end during private conferences. All too soon it was time for the delegates and the National Officers to start their journeys home, and it was with much regret that the final farewells were said. There seemed to be a unanimous agreement that the Leadership Training School had been an unqualified success, thus making it fairly certain that similar schools would be scheduled in the future for other areas.

Alpha Beta delegates packing for trip home.

The Student Union building at Southwest Missouri State College.

FALL 1966

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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