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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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SUMMER 1968

Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Asa phoenix vol 53 no 4 summer 1968  

Asa phoenix vol 53 no 4 summer 1968