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AooRESs CoRREcrroN REQUESTED: Alpha Sigma Alpha, 1201 E. W alnut Springfield, Mo. 65802. Use form 3579.

ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI

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VOLUME 53, NUMBER 4

ALUMNAE BULLETIN

BRIDGE '!'HE GAP Collegiate ... to ... A lumna Today as we hear of the problems of the socalled generation gap, we need to be on the alert in order to be able to meet these problems with an open mind. The fraternity world today has been faced with the changes of our affiuent society more than at any other time in its history. Students want to assert themselves as individuals since for most of them it is their first opportunity to be away from home. The fraternity system can help channel these students in the right direction. Even though it may be hard to communicate with each other we must try to work together as alumnae and collegiate members to strengthen the fraternity system. as a whole. As alumnae you can serve in the role of public relations officers by speaking out on the values of sorority membership. Everyone of you probably knows a recent high school graduate who will this fall be entering the world of higher education in search of knowledge and a sense of freedom- freedom of thought, word and deed. Membership in a sorority will give the closeness of a home away from home while filling an important role in developing campus leaders. As collegiates you cannot rest on the accomplishments of those who have developed a strong chapter for you. You must constantly strive to achieve recognition on the basis of merit. Think positive and be a contributor.

Your membership in a sorority will extend beyond those hectic days of pledging and proud days as a collegiate. We want you to think in terms of a lifetime as an Alpha Sigma Alpha. To some of you this may seem too far away to consider but to others it will begin next year as you graduate and prepare to acclimate yourself to a new way of life in an age that is different from all that. have gone before. You will want to use and develop the talents you have learned as a college student and graduate. Perhaps there is no time in your life when the changes are so great as right after college. Some of you will tuck away your treasured sorority pin as the demands of a new job in a new city among new friends fill your busy and happy days. You will have a career to pursue whether it is in the business or educational field or as a busy homemaker and mother. Even though there may seem to be this generation gap, accept your alumna responsibilities and take up where you left off as a collegiate. Renew your vows as an Alpha Sigma Alpha alumna. The pearls and rubies that frame your pin will take on a new glow as an alumna. The friendships that you make will last longer and remain dearer than you had ever thought possible. There is no generation gap for sorority membership. There is instead the common bond of sisterhood that grows stronger with each passing year.

THE PHOENIX OF ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA is published in the fall, winter, spring and summer of each year at Eden Publishing House, 1724 Chouteau Avenue, St. Louis Mo. 63103, official publishers for the sorority. The subscription price $1.50 a year. Send change of address and business correspondence to the Alpha Sigma Alpha National Headquarters, 1201 East Walnut Street, Springfield, Missouri 65802. Address all correspondence of an editors! nature to the editor, Mrs. Stewart Koenemann 1230 Hoyt, St. Louis, Mo. 63137. Second-class postage paid at St. Louis, Missouri. Postmaster: Send Form 3579 to National Headq uarters, 1201 East Wa Inut Street, Springfield, Missouri 65802.


Alpha Beta and Alpha Gamma chapters were recognized for having celebrated their fiftieth birthdays. Fifty year members recognized were : Mrs. J ames Haworth, Mrs. Wayne Miller, Mrs. John Reeve, Mrs. H. Clay Fisk, and Mrs. Helen Swart. Gamma Omicron chapter was the newest It is always interesting to look back on the past year and call attention to a few of the high- chapter represented at Convention, and Gamma Pi colony was the most recent colonization. lights. N ational Convention in St. Louis will be re- Gamma Pi was installed in September at Mismembered by many for different reasons. Some souri Valley College. One of our beloved Founders, Mary Williamwill recall the day that Mary Turner Gallagher presented a check to endow a scholarship in son Hundley, passed to her reward in death durher name. To be able to witness this presenta- ing the past year. Collegiates recall the visits of one or both of tion and observe the deep feeling that a 50-year m ember has for her sorority is indeed an in- the traveling secretaries, Ruth Resinger and Barbara Kinney. Wedding bells rang for Ruth in spiration. To members of Eta Eta chapter probably the March so she completed her year as Mrs. Larry thrill of receiving the Chapter Efficiency Award Bradshaw. ranks high in their memory together with the Epsilon Epsilon celebrated their fiftieth annifact that a distinguished alumna of their chap- versary early this year. ter, Miss Helen B. Lortz, was honored with the New chapters and colonies are : Recognition of Eminence Award. Gamma Rho Chapter, East Stroudsburg State Others who received individual awards at College, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Convention were: Jo Ann Laugel, Beta Upsilon, Gamma Sigma Colony, Nicholls State College, Ideal Pledge; Linda Homan, Gamma Delta, Thibodaux, Louisiana. Frost Fidelity Award; Gail Grodoski, Gamma Gamma Tau Colony, C. W. Post College, Long Lambda, Elizabeth Small Award; and Dr. Joy Island, New York. Mahachek, Alpha Gamma, Wilma Wilson Sharp Gamma Upsilon Colony, New Mexico HighAward. lands University, Las Vegas, New Mexico.

Highlights of the Year

MAGAZINE AWARDS 1967-1968 It is with extreme pleasure that Mrs. Allan King, National Magazine Chairman, announces that Phi Phi chapter at Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville, Missouri, is the winner of the annual Magazine Trophy. Following is a list of the top ten college chapters by profit: Phi Phi ··---- ------- ------ ------- ------·- ----- ----- ------ ------ --$173.05 Beta Kappa ----------------------------------- --- ------- --- -- 162.02 Alpha Alpha -------------- ---------------------------------- 142.22 Alpha ----------------------- --- ---------·········· ··············· 137.53 Gamma Mu ·····-------·················--··············--- ·· 118.74 Beto Rho ...................................................... 98.26 Beta Upsilon ................................................ 81.66 Beta Epsilon ................................................ 80.85 Beta Sigma .................................................... 78.61 Epsilon Epsilon ....................... ..................... 67.34 Congra tulations also to our wonderful alumnae chapters. Akron is again the wmner. This Is their fourth straight year on top. Akron, Ohio ................................................ $ 87 .03 Denver, Colo. ····-------··································· 35.76 Kansas City, Mo. .......................................... 33.16 South Bend-Mishawaka, Indiana .......... 25.67 Chicago-West Suburban, Illinois ............ 23.78

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INFORMATION SHEET On Prospective Member of Alpha Sigma Alpha Mail to Alpha Sigma Alpha, 1201 E. Walnut, Springfield, Missouri 65802 or to the A"i:.A chapter at the college the girl plans to attend Full name of girl ..................................................................... ... ................................. ............................................................ .. Address ···--------------- ----------------- ----------------····-- -----------····------·-·····---------···-------··------------·--------······----- ----·-·····-------------·-·····--·----------She plans to attend ...................................... .................................... .. College starting ................ .. ...................... , 196.... .. Father or Guardian's name ................... ............................................. Occupation ............. ................................................. .. Address ---------- -----·---------- ---------···------· -- --- -·········----------- --·····················--·-----------------------·····----------·--····---------------------------········----- -Mother's name -----····--------------------·---------------········----------------------·--·············------···-······-·············--·------ ·-········------------------------------Relatives in A"i:.A (state relationship and chapter) Relatives in other NPC sororities .................. .................................. .......... .................... .................... .................................... . Can she financially afford to join a sorority? Will her parents approve of her joining a sorority? ............................................................................................................... . PREVIOUS EDUCATION: High school attended ..................................................................................................................... .

Address ......... ............................................................................................ ... Graduation date ............... ............................... .. Approximate size of graduation class .................................... Her scholastic rank in class .............................................. .. Her over-all scholastic average in high school ....................................................................................................................... .. List special scholastic honors received by her ....................................................................................................................... ..

Underscore the activities in which she participated: Art; Music; Sports; Dramatics; Publications; Service Clubs; Beauty contests; Other ...... ....................................... ....................................... ........................................ .............................. . List offices held in classes or various organizations: .......................................................... .................................................... .

List special recognitions, interests or talents: ........................................... ........ ........................... ......................................... ..

Junior or other colleges attended: ................. ...................................................... ................................................................... .. PERSONAL QUALITIES : Underscore the qualities that you believe her to have . If it is an outstanding quality, put two lines. Personally attractive; dresses appropriately ; friendly manner; shy; well-mannered; outspoken; thoughtful of others; selfish; loyal ; enthusiastic; ambitious; tolerant ; leadership ability; accepts responsibility; high social standards and ideals.

Give a brief description of her appearance, if possible . ............... .. ........ .......................... .................................................... .

Does she work well in a group? ................ Is she apt to place her personal ambitions ahead of those for the welfare of the group? ................ Is she well thought of in her community? .............. .. Do you know this girl personally? ................ If not, list your source of information on her (i.e., relative, teacher, Panhellenic File, etc.) ............................................................. ... .................................................................. .. ................. .. Does she know about Alpha Sigma Alpha? ................ about this report? .............. .. Do you recommend her for membership in Alpha Sigma Alpha? Yes ................ No or is this report for information only? Yes ................ No ............... .

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ALUMNAE CHAPTER NEWS BY LoNNA McCoMAS HENDREN National Alumnae Editor During the past year, Akron, Ohio, alums made all-purpose bags for mentally retarded children and held a bridge benefit to raise money for the Summit County Children's Home. Members of the Anderson, Indiana, chapter are looking forward to a restful, relaxing summer highlighted with a family picnic after a busy winter filled with sorority activities. Meanwhile, Boston alums are looking forward to an early fall visit to the Needham site of the Charles River Workshop for Retarded People to which members give support during the year. Bux-mont alums will close the year with a covered-dish dinner in June which will be highlighted by the installation of officers and the presentation of the Charlotte Fisher Memorial Award to two outstanding seniors from local colleges. At Easter Calumet Region alumnae gave handmade bunny baskets filled with goodies to mentally retarded children at the Tubercular Hospital in Logansport, Indiana. Easter baskets filled with decorated soap were also given to adults at the Fort Wayne State School. An annual picnic, held in conjunction with the spring weekend picnic of Gamma Theta chapter at Syracuse University, will bring activities of the Central New York alumnae chapter to a close for the year.

the Ohio State Day on March 23. Dayton, Ohio, alums had another fine year together. Besides initiating several projects in conjunction with a local school for the mentally retarded, they shared the commemoration of Founders' Day with the Miami chapter. The Denver alumnae chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha had a very busy year with social activities, money-making projects and community service, but the highlight of the year was a visit from Helen Malone, National Vice President, who was the guest speaker of the Denver Panhellenic Workshop. A pitch-in supper and bazaar rounded out the year for Ft. Wayne alums, but all will be looking forward to a swimming party held at the home of Ginny Boyd White during the summer. Meanwhile, alums from Greeley, Colorado, entertained Beta Beta graduating seniors at a May breakfast and initiated them into their alum group. A summer picnic is planned in July for all members and alums in the area. Having participated in the Panhellenic Council's spring hat sale, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, alums are looking forward to their officer installation luncheon at the Country Club. The addition of new members this year has proved invaluable to Indianapolis. The February meeting was devoted to making St. Patrick's Day favors for retarded children, and in March Alpha alums, representing the second largest group present, spent the evening with Panhellenic. Also meeting in March were the Greater Kan路 sas City alums who enjoyed a "fun night" of playing cards and games in the home of Nancy Smith Pyatt.

Central Pennsylvania alums feel that those Alpha Sigs living in their area who have not attended any of the four luncheon meetings held in October, December, April and June are missing out on a lot of fun. If anyone wishes to join them, just call Lebanon 272-8411. Members of the Charleston, West Virginia, alumnae chapter held fashion shows this spring in order to raise money for their philanthropic project. Also, plans are being made for an outListed among the highlights of the year for the ing with the college Alpha Sigs during the sum- Louisville, Kentucky, alumnae chapter was enmer and the Panhellenic Tea to be held in tertaining Alpha Sigs from nearby colleges durAugust. In the meantime, eight Chicago-West ing the Christmas holidays, enjoying a make-up Suburban alums made the journey to DeKalb demonstration, learning art techniques from a for State Day and enjoyed the house tour given local artist and the making of Christmas toys by Beta Rho chapter. for the handicapped children in the Louisville hospitals. After honoring the graduating seniors Under the leadership of their efficient presi- of Gamma Epsilon with a luncheon in May, dent, Norma Johns Wuichet, alums from Co- members of the Milwaukee alumnae chapter lumbus, Ohio, celebrated the first anniversary are planning a summer gathering at the home of their chapter while serving as hostesses for of Myrtle O'Reilly. 4

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It was a fun-filled year for the Muncie alums. Activities were many and varied including an auction, making Christmas decorations, pledge parties and state day activities. Murray, Ken路 tucky, alums have been meeting with representatives from Beta Nu chapter to plan a dinner at the end of the school year, to formulate plans for early rush and to plan summer activities for the two groups. This year's projects for the Newark-Zanesville Alpha Sigs have been saving old nylons for the Muskingum County Starlight School and raising money for equipment for the new primary slow learners' class at Monroe School, Zanesville, Ohio. During the year New Orleans alumnae entertained six National Officers who were delegates to the National Panhellenic Conference. In March seven members attended State Day at the University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette. In the meantime, Delaware Valley alums served breakfast to Nu Nu actives and visiting alums at Drexel Lodge, Newton Square, on State Day, April 20. The year's activities for the Pittsburg, Kansas, alumnae chapter included a toy party,. Christmas card sales and a spring banquet at which time they honored Eta Eta graduating seniors. Meanwhile, Richmond, Virginia, alums were having a tea for all of the Alpha Sigma Alphas that live in their area. They are proud of president Margaret Deacon Austin who is chairman of a statewide fine arts festival sponsored by the Virginia Federation of Women's clubs.

starting an Alpha Sigma Alpha chapter at a nearby University. Springfield, Missouri, alumnae held their May meeting in honor of junior and senior members of Beta Sigma chapter in the home of Barbara Reibold. A summer luncheon is planned for July. Throughout the year Toledo alums have had regular meetings, and a highlight was a Christmas trip to Williamsburg thanks to Mary Helen Stoltenberg Masters and her husband who really took the trip and shared their pictures with us. Tri-City, F1orida, closed its second year with a theater-dinner party at the Asolo Theater in Sarasoto. President Dorothy Harris Shidemann KK, along with the executive board, is planning next year's programs. Some of the enjoyable programs given at the Tri-City, Michigan, alumnae meetings included such topics as news writing, Christmas decorating, speech correction, wigs, and cake decorating. Plans have been made for a family get-together during the summer. The thing that Tulsa alums have enjoyed most this year has been a closer relationship with Beta Gamma chapter at Tahlequah. A Valentine luncheon was held at the home of Mrs. Walter H. Smith for members of the W arrenshurg, Missouri, alumnae chapter. They also had a brunch in May at the home of Mrs. Frank Hull. Washington, D. C., alums have enjoyed their monthly meetings, especially the Christmas party with husbands at Sara Lee Eiselman's NN. At that time Barbara Ripp was welcomed back from her year's study in Denver, and members are pleased that Marty Adair has joined them. They continue to support, financially, the HRC Primary School.

April was a money-making month for Roches路 ter Alpha Sigs as they sponsored a food demonstration and bake sale. A happy year was brought to a close for them in June with a supper meeting at the home of Pat Allen HainsAlpha Sigs of the Wichita, Kansas, chapter worth. San Bernardino alumnae were guests provided homemade cookies each week for the at the beautiful wedding of president-elect M'a ry Sedgewick County School for mentally Retarded Lou Landis XX to Richard M. Moseke. After a Children. In addition, they sold napkins and spring filled with luncheons and potlucks, the held a Christmas bazaar in order to raise money San Diego alumnae chapter brought it's year to help buy equipment for the school. Wilming路 to a gala finale in June at the home of Kay ton, Delaware, alums entertained the Alpha Davey. Meetings will be resumed again in Sep- Omicron Pi group in the annual Panhellenic tember. Sorority Exchange and assisted the Governor Bacon Health Center for the Mentally Retarded A philanthropic report given at a meeting of by making dresser scarves for use in the girls' the South Bend-Mishawaka alumnae chapter rooms. showed that members gave over 300 hours of service and over $100, personally and through Editors Note: Mary Turner Gallagher, our sorority, to their projects during the past year. Greater Miami, Florida, alumnae editor, is reContinuing their magazine sales for the National cuperating from a heart attack suffered on May Retarded Children's Fund, Southeast Louisiana 6 at her home in Miami. We wish for her a alums began their spring season with hopes of speedy and complete recovery_

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COLLEGE CHAPTER NEWS MooRE WEAVER National Collegiate Editor BY JEAN

Alphas are very proud of Cindy Jamison who was elected president of the Student Government Association. Alpha Alpha took first place in Miami's College Bowl during Greek Week. Kathy Hard and Patricia Terpack teamed with members of Phi Delta Theta to defeat their opponents with a score of 105-20. Connie Fickle was crowned Alpha Beta Sweetheart at their annual Sweetheart Dance. Her attendants were Martha Acuff and Maureen Fitzhenry. The theme was "The Days of Wine and Roses."

Homecoming Queen and the chapter received the Homecoming Supremacy Award as well as the Greek Women's Scholarship trophy. The annual TKE-AL.A orphan party at Christmas was a success. The chapter is proud of Best Dressed Coed, Betsy Thompson, and first runner-up, Phyllis Abersold. Chi Chi Julie Seal was elected to Freshman Senate. She received the third highest vote which made her treasurer and a member of Student Senate. Happiness is helping-and the P si Psis are doing just that. They sent toys to the children of Pinecrest State School at Christmas time. In the spring toys were given to the newly established Speech and Hearing Center at the college. To help with the expenses of their annual spring formal, Beta Gamma sponsored a work week. Baby sitting, car washing, and house cleaning were only a few of the services performed by the members. The boost in the treasury helped make the dance, "The Streets of Paris," a memorable night.

Alpha Gammas are proud of the gold tray presented to them at the National Convention to commemorate their 50th Anniversary. They were equally honored when Dr. Joy Mahachek, former adviser, received the Wilma Wilson Sharp Award. The Denver Panhellenic awarded Beta Beta chapter a silver tray for the highest scholastic average. Sandie Konishi was elected president of A WS Council and Carol Schank was elected Miss CCC. The chapter sponsored an excursion and party for the children from the Cerebral Palsy Center and the Greeley Arts CenFour Beta E p silons, Sandy Leathers, Barbara ter. Epsilon Epsilon celebrated its 50th An- Kay Tourgee, Sandy Whitmer and Lila Solar, niversary in March. Distinguished guests at the were chosen for May Court. Karen Anderson luncheon and reception included National Offi- was elected president of Honor Council and Concers and Miss Catherine Strouse, recipient of the nie Bass was Miss Madison. Beta Zeta has first Epsilon Epsilon chapter pin. inaugurated the Phoenix Award which recogHonors received by Zeta Zeta this year in- nizes an outstanding member monthly who uncluded Chris Roose, Susie Rustman and Carolyn selfishly gave of herself for the improvement of Montesano, chosen for Who's Who; Marilyn the chapter, university or community. Beta E ta Hancock, Linda Kedigh and Anita Boals, elected chapter was proud to receive the campus scholarcheerleaders; Margot Campbell, among the Top ship trophy for the third consecutive time. The Ten Best Dressed Girls; and Faith Lunblad, overall average for the fall quarter was 2.96. For chosen as Acacia Calendar Girl of the Year. Eta their philanthropic project they have had several Etas entertained mentally retarded children with opportunities to help mentally retarded children a Christmas party. Members who received hon- bowl. ors included Cathy Burnett, named to Who's Beta T heta received two honors at the NaWho; J anet Bass, chosen Homecoming Queen; tional Convention. They were awarded the Barbara Potter, selected Best Dressed Girl; and Scholastic Improvement trophy and were recogMeillyn Rand, AL.A Sweetheart. nized for having the most representatives of any The Nu Nu pledges captured the Carnival other chapter attending. Betty Forbes of Beta Swing trophy for the chapter for the second year Iota was chosen to represent Radford College in with their booth "The Pot Shop," a psychedelic the annual Glamour magazine Best Dressed conbody-painting shop. Sandra Speers, Kathy Lull, test. Winter Frolics was a welcome break in midand Vi Adams were selected for Who's Who . winter for Beta Kappas. They entered every Rho Rhos assisted in the campus blood drive event and received a lovely trophy for active parand the United Fund. They had parties and ticipation. Marsha Miller was chosen Miss Frostvisited with the children at Cammack Children's bite and Penny Scalon was a finalist on the Royal Center. Donna Merritt of Phi Phi was crowned Court.

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Beta Nu has initiated a system of awarding a scholarship each semester to the member who has the most improved grades. Scholarship certainly rates high with the B eta Rhos, also. Their house average last semester was 2.65 . During Winter Carnival festivities they were awarded the overall Chairman's trophy. Be ta Sigma's spring formal was highlighted by the announcement of Kathie Kinser, 1968 Sweetheart, Winnie Wylie, Ideal Pledge, and Sandy Schultz, High Scholar. Judy Haynes was chosen UMR Military Ball Queen. Becky Walter of Beta Upsilon will be touring Europe this summer with the Indiana State University Singers. She served as the chapter's director in the ISU Song Fest this year. Beta Psi worked very hard to assure the success of the American Red Cross Blood Drive on campus. They received trophies for the fall and winter semesters for the greatest number and the highest percentage of the group giving blood. The Gamma Alphas have received much pleasure from their work with the retarded children at St. J ames Orphanage.

By winning top honors in the hair-do contest, shovel race, sack race, tug-of-war, and king and queen competition, Gamma Beta captured first place of all Greek women in the Winter Carnival. Gamma Delta had a reunion for alums in the New York area in late May. At homecoming Gamma Etas placed third in float competition, first in poster division and Bev Sumpter was a queen finalist . They won overall in Sigma Chi Derby Day and Denise Lamar was a Derby Day finalist. Pam Aughenbaugh

was Panhellenic president and Mary Neilan was editor of the Student Handbook. The chapter was especially honored at the National Convention when they were awarded the Excellence in Overall Scholarship Program trophy. Donna M. Burzullo, vice president of Gamma Theta, was given special recognition for her work as treasurer of Panhellenic at the annual Panhellenic luncheon. The Gamma Iotas presented the A'LA's Alph Shoppee, a small boutique with all articles made by chapter members. It was very successful and brought over $250 to the treasury for furniture for their new house. Honors in Gamma Kappa this year have included three members chosen for Who's Who, two cheerleaders, a majorette, homecoming queen attendant, college newspaper editor and presidents of several organizations on campus. Gamma Lambda's Cherryl McKinley was crowned Miss Greek Week. The chapter placed first in the Inter-Fraternity Sing with a medley of songs from Broadway musicals. Gamma Mu's philanthropic project was helping the Lenawee County Institute for Retarded Children. They had a winter party at the Institute and also provided other services. Gamma Xi chapter is proud of their remarkable growth this year. They have doubled in size. The chapter has given parties and visited with the children at the Mercer Aid Society. Gamma Omicron is also quite proud of their growth during their first year on campus. They had a 40 % increase in membership. Phyllis Shipp of Gamma Pi was elected president of McDonald Hall. Three chapter members were on the Dean's List in the fall, including Phyllis.

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ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA DIRECTORY FOUNDED Farmville, Virginia, November 15, 1901

FOUNDERS

NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS

Mrs. W. B. Carper (Louise Cox), 4000 52nd St., Blandenburg, Md.

1201 East Walnut Springfield, Missouri 65802

Mrs. H. E. Gilliam (Juliette Hundley), Gresham Court Apts., Richmond, Va.

Miss Rose Marie Fellin, Executive Secretary

TRAVELING SECRETARIES

Miss Mary Williamson Hundley, (deceased)

Mrs. Larry Bradshaw, Mrs. John Walton Noell (Virginia Boyd), (deceased) Mrs. P. W. Wootton (Calva Hamlet Watson), (deceased)

(Ruth Resinger) AB Miss Barbara Kinney NN

NATIONAL CHAIRMEN NATIONAL COUNCIL President Emerita-Mrs. Fred M. Sharp (Wilma Wilson) ZZ, 1405 Hardy, Independence, Missouri 64053 President-Miss Mary C. Goeke AA, 1532 North Bend Road, Apt. #413, Cincinnati, Ohio 45224 Vice President & NPC Delegate-Mrs. George J. Malone, Jr. (Helen Hooper) Br, 5526 East 36th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74135 Secretary-Mrs . Joe H. Brewer (Viola Caraway) '짜'짜, 6214 E. Murdock, Wichita, Kansas 67208 Treasurer-Mrs. Harry G. Rowe (Juanita Roberts) 5626 E. Third, Tucson, Arizona 85711

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Extension Director-Mrs. R. Stephen Fountaine (Lynn Peters) BE, 234 Broad St., Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143 Membersh ip Director-Mrs. William B. Niemeyer (Anne Petree) AA, 6278 Branch Hill-Guinea Rd., Loveland, Ohio 45140 Alumnae Director-Mrs. John H . Allen (Sidney Gremillion) '짜'짜, 1206 Carter Drive, Hattiesburg, Mississippi 39401 Editor-Mrs. Stewart W. Koenemann (Bonnie Payne) ZZ, 1230 Hoyt Drive, St. Louis, Missouri 63137 Headquarters Executive-Miss Rose Marie Fellin B~, 1201 East Walnut Street, Springfield, Missouri 65802

PHOENIX STAFF Editor-Mrs. Stewart W. Koenemann (Bonnie Payne) ZZ, 1230 Hoyt Drive, St. Louis, Missouri 63137 Alumnae Editor-Mrs . Gary G. Hendren (Lonna McComas) AB, 2247 Murray Forest Drive, Hazelwood, Missouri 63042 Collegiate Editor-Mrs. James A. Weaver (Jean Ann Moore ) BN, 866 Cernicek Lane, Ferguson, Missouri 63135 Spotlight Editor-Mrs . Jay Schicker (Beulah Wooten) BN, 6900 Ravenscroft, St. Louis, Missouri 63123

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Alumnae Organizer-Miss Mary K. Reiff HH, 219 East 46th St., Apt. 2-W, Kansas City, Missouri 64112 Awards Chairman-Mrs. Louis E. Fletcher (Ruth Newcomb) 88, 141 Marked Tree Rd., Needham, Massachusetts 02192 Constitution Chairman-Mrs. George G. Gatseos (Esther Kauffman) BB, 6659 E. Eastman Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80222 Convention Chairman-Miss Helen L. Corey KK, 6310 Sherwood Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19151 Historian-Mrs. Kendall F. Bone (Shirley Pallatto) AA, 7825 Trailwind Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242 Housing Chairman-Miss Mary C. Goeke AA, 1532 North Bend Road, Apt. #413, Cincinnati, Ohio 45224 Magazine Subscription Chairman-Mrs. Allan E. King (Sue Henderson) BK, 93 Quincy Road, Riverside, Illinois 60546 Music Chairman-Mrs. Donald M. Pease (Susan Ross) HH, 517 N. Hamilton, Olathe, Kansas 66061 Philanthropic Chairman-Mrs. Weldon J. Winter (Judy DeMasters) ZZ, 60 Avalon Drive, Terre Haute, Indiana 47802 Ritual Chairman-Mrs. George D. Linton (Mary Ann Sidehamer) IH, 309 Dewey Ave., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218 Rush Chairman-Mrs . Bob A. Williams (Nancy Anne Martin) XX, 112 East 86th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240 Scholarship Chairman-Mrs. Donald D . Olson (Pauline Smith) BN, 207 Terrace Place, Terrace Park, Ohio 45174 Standards Chairman-Mrs. Eugene H. Crompton, Jr. (Hiwana Cupp) BE, R.R. #3, Box 289, Mechanicsville, Virginia 23111 Store Chairman-Mrs. A. Howard Hall (Betty Phillips) AB, 342-D Higgins Road, Park Ridge, Illinois 60068

NATIONAL PANHELLENIC CONFERENCE Alpha Sigma Alpha Delegate-Mrs. George J . Malone, Jr., (Helen Hooper), 2614 S. Vandalia, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74114 Alternate Delegate-Miss Mary C. Goeke Second Alternate-Mrs. R. Stephen Fountaine

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Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Asa phoenix vol 53 no 4 summer 1968  

Asa phoenix vol 53 no 4 summer 1968