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THE ANCHOR==::==:::= November 1945

Vol. XXI No. I

CONTENTS Page Annual Reports of Nat ional Officers President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . District Presidents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.E.S. Representative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Historian-Chaplain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Annual Reports of Committees Examination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kews Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Social Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scholarship Loan Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Life Membership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Incorrect Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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THE ANCHOR OF ALPHA SIGMA TAU The Annual Report of Alpha Sigma Tau Greetings to the M embers of Alpha Sigma Tau Sorm-ity:

HE National President of Alpha Sigma Tau presents the ninth annual report of the Central Office and a general report of the sorority 's activities for the year 1944-45.

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CENTRAL OFFICE ACTIVITIES Carrie W. Staehle-National President Correspondence 62 3 Personal letters; 3 29 packages ; 18 cards 1,82 7 Central Office Bulletins 124 National Staff Letters 4,092 News Letters 60 Form Letters to Omega Alumnre 240 Form Letters to Alpha Alpha Alumnre Meetings and Travel Traveled from September 21 to December 8, 1944, VJSJtmg 16 collegiate chapters, 13 alumnre chapters, 8 national officers, 8 national chairmen, and 16 alumnre representatives. Visited Omicron chapter at Athens, West Virginia, November 24, 1944. Attended the regular biennial conference of the Association of Education Sororities held March 30, 1945, at the Statler Hotel in Detroit. Served as chairman of the courtesy committee at the meeting. Attended a special meeting of the ational Council March 3-4, 1945 , at the Neil House in Columbus, Ohio. Installed Omega chapter and Minot alumnre chapter at the State Teachers College in Minot, North Dakota, May 4-5 , 1945. Installed Alpha Alpha chapter and Muncie alumnre chapter at Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana, May 26, 1945. Writing and Form Material Prepared inspection reports for all chapters and sent copies of reports to respective chapters, district presidents, advisers, and alumnre representatives. Had all outlines prepared at ational Council Meeting mimeographed or printed and distributed to National Staff. Other routine material for general use.


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COLLEGIATE CHAPTER REPORTS

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EFFICIENCY A calendar is sent out each year from the Central Office giving a chart of the sorority's activities and the dates upon which reports and letters are due. The collegiate chapter president is responsible for more points of her chapter's efficiency than any other member of the chapter. As explained in the Handbook, she sends to the Central Office 8 monthly letters, 3 reports, 2 budget sheets, 2 calendars and a set of officers' reports, a total of 16 items. If all are sent on time the president would earn 32 points for her chapter. Last year five presidents had a perfect score: Theta, Ba,rbara Jameson ; Lambda, Patricia Shunk; Pi, Mary Grace Krieger ; Upsilon, Helen Stephenson ; Psi, Mary Gertrude Dreisbach. The treasurer sends all pledge and initiation fees to the National Treasurer as well as semester dues and Life Membership payments. She sends contributions to the Loan Fund Chairman; monthly and semester reports to the National Treasurer. If all are sent promptly, and all members are in good standing in June, the treasurer receives 34 points. Two treasurers had perfect scores last year: Lambda, Irene Wunderlick ; Omicron, Betty McArdle. The editor sends contributions to three editions of THE ANCHOR. The National Editor gives points for contributions based on promptness and content. The vice-president is responsible for sending scholastic grades to the .'\wards Chairman each year. The pledge chairman sends names and addresses of pledges' parents to the National Secretary. She also sends pledge examinations to the Examinations Chairman. The historian and music chairmen each send respective reports to National Chairmen. The corresponding secretary sees that the active examinations are written and sent to the national chairman; she is also responsible for sending the college paper to the Central Office. Lambda chapter wins the efficiency award for 1944-45, having a perfect score. Bluefield and Flint alumnre chapters have 36 points, a perfect score for alumnre chapters. ALUMNJE CHAPTER REPORTS B eckley Traditions: Christmas party. Collegiate chapter: Gift of $5.00. Social service: We fixed a box for the Pine Mountain Settlement and we also give a money contribution to them. We contributed to the local Christmas Toy Fund. Membership: 16. Local dues: $2.00.


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Bluefield Traditions: Gift to the collegiate gi rl having the highest average for the year. Ann ual Picnic for all Alpha Sigma Taus in May. Christmas gifts to the Mercer County Home. Luncheon in May fo r seni or collegiate girl in our area. Collegiate chapter: Gift of 5 .00. Social service: $2. 50 to the Com muni ty Christ mas Tree F und . .Membership : 26. Local dues : 2.00. Buffalo Traditions : Founders' Day Banquet, Chri stmas Brunch, Easter Luncheon , Graduates' Party, Babies' T ea, Gifts to brides and fir t babies. Collegiate chapter: 18 candlesticks. Social service : 2 S.00 to National Social Service. Membership: 50. Local dues: 2.00 .

Denver T raditions: Founders' Day Luncheon. ocial 路ervice: $7.00 to National Social ervice. Membership : 7. Local due : $1.00.


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D etroit . Traditions: Founders' Day Banquet, Christmas Party, Small gifts for bndes and first baby. Collegiate chapter: $5.00. Social service: Hospital bandages were folded at one meeting. 路s.oo sent to Salvation Army. Membership: 21. Local dues: $3.00.

Lansing Traditions: Founders' Day, Christmas Party, Sweetheart Party, Birthday Party, Annual Picnic. Collegiate chapter: $3.00 to Alpha and $3.00 to Beta. Membership: 21. Local dues: SOc.

Flint Traditions: Anniversary Dinner and May Luncheon. Collegiate chapter: 10 candleholders to Alpha and 10 to Beta. Social service: $ 10.00 to National Social Service. Membership: 15. Local dues: $1.00.

Philadelphia Traditions: Founders' Day Banquet, Birthday Party, Mothers ' Day Luncheon. Collegiate chapter : Gift of $20.00 ; entertained chapter at a picnic. Social service: 2 laprobes knitted for the American Red Cross. Packed 24 boxes valued at $1.00 each for wounded soldiers at Tilton General Hospital, Fort Dix. 25.00 to National Social Service. Membership: 32. Local dues : $3.00.

Shepherdsto wn Collegiate chapter: Book for library ; buffet supper. Social service: Contributed to Reel Cross. Membership : 25. Local dues : $1.00. St. Louis Traditions: Mothers' Day Dinner, Founders' Day Dinner, Chri tma Party, Summer outing, Party for initiates, candlesticks to brides. Collegiate chapter: Gift of $2 5.00 and 10 candleholclers. Social service: 1 Braille subscription of R eader's Digest and N a tiona! Social Service $10.00. Membership : 42. Local dues: $3.00.


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THE REPORTS OF THE DISTRICT PRESIDENTS FIRST DISTRICT-

Ruth

P. Maher

CORRESPONDENCE

A. Sent monthly letters to the Central Office and answered all correspondence from same office. B. Corresponded with other district presidents and national board members on sorority business. C. Letters and arrangements necessary to visiting the seven campuses were written. D. Sent letters to twenty-one college deans of women. E. Wrote letter to be included in ews Letter of each alumnce chapter in the First District. F. Congratulatory messages were sent to Omega chapter and Alpha Alpha chapter. G. Wrote a total of eighty-five letters, etc. MEET! GS

A. National 1. Attended the rational Council Meeting at the eil House in Columbus, Ohio, on March 2, 3, 4. 2. Attended the meeting of the Association of Education Sororities at Hotel Statler in Detroit, Michigan, on March 30, 31. 3. Attended executive luncheon and tea in Detroit during the inspection visit of the National President.

B. Alumnce 1. Attended meetings of the Detroit and St. Louis alumnce chapters. C. Collegiate 1. Attended several meetings of Theta and Pi chapters and Alpha Alpha chapter. ExPANSIO

A. Campuses 1. Visited the following campuses: orthern Illinois State Teachers College-De Kalb , Illinoi s. Western Michigan College of Education- Kalamazoo, Michigan. Ball State Teachers College- Muncie, Indiana . Indiana State Teachers College- Terre Haute, Indiana. State Teachers College-Edinboro, Pennsylvania. State Teachers College- Clarion, Pennsylvania. State Teachers College-Millersville, Pennsylvania.

B. New Chapter 1. Visited the Delta Sigma Athleta Sorority at Ball tate Teacher College, Muncie, Indiana, on February 21, 1945. 2. â&#x20AC;˘ fter the petition was received I returned to conduct the pleda. 0 mg ceremome . Mrs. E. F. Peterson conducted the meetina on the explanation of the Pledge 1anual and Ethic Book. I t with a mall group of alumnre.


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3. Aided Mrs. Staehle in installing the Alpha Alpha chapter and the Muncie alumnre chapter at Ball State Teachers College on May 26, 27, 28. All meetings and conferences necessary to a beginning chapter were conducted. MISCELLANEOUS

A. Prepared a report on the " Procedure to be Followed When Visiting a Campus and an Outline for District Meetings." B. Prepared a notebook of sample material to be shown to Deans and prospective chapters. C. Rearranged and enlarged the files of the First District. I wish to express my sincere thanks to all those who helped to make this my first year in the First District such a pleasant and successful one. SECOND

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DISTRICT- B everly Y. Bollard

CORRESPONDENCE AND FORM MATERIAL

A. Wrote monthly letters to the Central Office and answered all communications from the same office. C. Correspond with other members of the National Staff regarding necessary business. C. Sent letters of congratulation to Omega chapter and the Alpha Alpha chapter at the time of their installation. D. Wrote a personal letter of suggestions to Sigma collegiate chapter for the second term and end of the year. Mimeographed this, and mailed it, together with Sigma Second Term Budget, to all collegiate members, faculty adviser, and alumnre representatives. E. Mailed copies of the Alpha Sigma Tau annual Organizing leaflet to fifty colleges in the nine states of the Eastern District. F. During the National Council Meeting in March, prepared data blanks to be used in interviewing local sororities on Teachers College campuses. Also prepared outlines regarding alumnre clubs. alumnre chapters, and alumnre petition blanks.

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MEETINGS

A. National 1. In cooperation with Sigma collegiate and Buffalo alumnre chapters arranged schedule for National President's Inspection in Buffalo, October 18-21, 1944. Attended all meetings and conferences during her visit. 2. Attended ational Council Meeting in Columbus, Ohio, on March 3-4, 1945.

B. Alumnce Attended meetings and social events of the Buffalo alumnre chapter for 1944-45 . Compiled Buffalo alumnre histories for 1943-44 and 1944-45.


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III. EXPANSION A. Organized a complete notebook of A.S.T. Display Material on gold Bristol board to present to colleges and local sororities which may be prospects for future chapters. This notebook conforms to the outline adopted at the 1arch, 1945 , Council Meeting. B. Alumnce 1. Sent alumnre club and chapter outlines to Violet ester, Zeta, who requested this information for use in organizing a. possible Reading, Pennsylvania, chapter. 2. Compiled an A.S.T. New York City vicinity Directory from the replies received from alumnre representative . Mimeographed and mailed this, together with a persona.! letter, to 48 New Y ark City alumnre and 23 alumnre representatives. ent alumnre club and chapter outlines to Annette Kennedy , Sigma, for use in organizing a New York chapter during the coming months. C. Collegiate 1. Wrote personal letters and sent A.S.T . information to several Pennsylvania. colleges from whom requests had been received. 2. With Margaret Macdonald, national treasurer , attended a Convocation of the chapters of the Alpha Delta Sorority at S.T.C., .S.T. Edinboro, Pennsylvania, on May 5, 1945 . Presented information to the sorority delegates, Dean of Women , and faculty adviser. Previous to this visit, Mr . Ruth Maher, First District President, and Miss Lillias Barilar, Delta, had visited the Edinboro campus and discussed nationalization with the Iota Chapter of Alpha Delta there. My deepest appreciation and sincere thanks go to Ruth, Lillias, and Delta chapter for their loyalty and cooperation in interesting the sorority at Edinboro. We hope that next year will bring some favorable results.

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TATIVES

A. Cooperated with both of the Sigma Alumnre Representatives, Mrs. Weld McGlynn and Mrs. Carl Pundt, whenever possible. Assi ted Mrs. McGlynn in compilation of the Spring N ews Letter, and in obtaining Directory tatistic . Aided Mrs. Pundt in conductina the collegiate inspections, and in Life Membership records and collections. B. In April made a thorough audit of the Sigma treasurer's book at the request of Margaret Macdonald, national treasurer and Mrs. Pundt, alumnre representative. Copies of the Audit Report \Yer sent to Mi s Macdonald ; irs. Pundt ; l\Ir . taehle, national pr sident ; Dr. Quayle, Sio-ma advi er ; and Mi Mar_ Ia tecon , n w igma trea urer.


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\1. EASTERN DISTRICT CoNFERENCE

A. Made tentative preliminary arrangements, as outlined at the March National Council Meeting, for a District Conference to be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 20-21 , 1945 , at the Roosevelt Hotel, under the chairmanship of Betty Weaver, Delta Alumnre Representative. Transportation and war conditions will determin e whether it will be possible to continue with plans for the Co nference at this time. B. Wrote a District Meeting announcement and reservation blank for enclosure in the Spring N ews Letter of all Eastern di strict chapters. C. Sent a District Meeting article to the ational Editor for the June ANCHOR.

D . Compiled a tentative schedule of Conference expenses for Margaret ifacdonald, national treasurer. THIRD

DISTRICT- Dorothy Robinson

NEW CHAPTER

February 6, 1945- Received petition from a local sorority at Minot, North Dakota, after visiting the group with Mrs. J. W. Hinshaw, Loan Fund Chairman. March 16-21 , 1945- Pin pledged 22 girls, 3 advisers, and 2 alumnre at Minot, North Dakota. May 3, 1945-The group was installed as the Omega chapter by Mrs. Staehle, National President. Alumnre chapter of 30 members wa also installed. MEETINGS ATTENDED

November, 1944- Regular triennial inspection meeting with the ationa! President. March 3, 4, 1945- A.S.T. National Council Meeting, Columbus, Ohio . 1944-45- Pi chapter meeting and rush parties. St. Louis alumnre chapter meetings. NATIONAL ExPANSION

April 30, 1945- Printed form letters sent to 54 colleges in District III. Replies received from 4 Deans of Women. Encouraging contacts made with individuals or groups in several colleges in Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas. I otebook of material prepared for demonstration to prospective chapters, in accordance with plans made at National Council lfeeting. FouRTH DISTRICT-

F em e

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ANNUAL REPORT

1. Complete the file of histories for Beckley alumnre. 2. Met with Mrs. Staehle when she inspected Beckley alumnre September 24. 3. Revised display material to be used when contacting new groups interested in A.S.T.


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4. Went to Huntington, West Virginia, October 2 and 3, to establish contacts for later organization of an A.S.T. chapter at Marshall College. 5. Attended meetings of Beckley alumnre and entertained them at the April meeting. 6. As I was unable to attend the Columbus Conference, Charlotte Greeley, Zeta Tau Alumnre Representative, represented this district. 7. Mailed 40 booklets to colleges in the Southern District where A.S.T. is eligible but not established. 8. Carried on routine correspondence with National President and other officers. 9. Contacted collegiate presidents in regard to expansion of A.S.T. 10. Sent organization material and information to Charlotte Greeley who is to visit Radford S.T.C. 11. Wrote letter to be used in the S. District News Letters. 12. Made a file for information concerning all colleges in S. District where A.S.T. is eligible. 13 . Wrote faculty advisers concerning the dates of the fall openings of the colleges. 14. Sent letters of greeting and appreciation to officers and faculty advisers of this district. 15 . Made tentative plans for the Southern District conference to be held in Roanoke, Virginia, at the Hotel Roanoke, October 2 7 and 28.

THE REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATI01 OF EDUCATION SORORITIES REPRESENTATIVE EDITH

L.

MANSELL

The regular biennial meeting of the Council of the Association of Education Sororities was held at the Statler Hotel in Detroit on March 30, 31. Mrs. Staehle, Mrs. Maher, and I were in attendance at the business meetings and at the very lovely luncheon which the Wayne University chapters of Pi Kappa Sigma and Alpha Sigma Tau, and the alumnre of all Association of Education Sororities groups gave in honor of the visiting officers. During the past two years I served as Association of Education Sororities treasurer and am now secretary for the current term. Another duty I have acquired is that of serving on the Council of Affiliated Panhellenics as one of the three Association of Education ororities representatives. This Council is made up of representatives of the National Panhellenic Congress, the Professional Panhellenic Council, and the Association of Education Sororities. The Council is currently considering two ubjects: that of giving some favorable publicity to the ororities to counteract some unfavorable articles recently published, and that of giving recognition to members of all three group in the ity Panhellenic . During the college year 1944-45 the followina new chapter w re add d to the A ociation of Education ororitie roll: igma iama iama lun-


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cie, Indiana., Springfield, Missouri, Shepherdstown , West Virginia ; Delta Sigma Epsilon, Hammond, Louisiana ; Pi Kappa Sigma, De Kalb, Illinois, Muncie, Indiana ; Alpha Sigma Tau, Minot, orth Dakota, Muncie, Indiana. Besides carrying on my Association of Education Sororities work I have also had considerable correspondence relating to Alpha Sigma Tau affairs, and at the time of Mrs. Staehle's inspection trip I was happy to make arrangements for a luncheon meeting for the members of the national staff living in the Detroit area. REPORT OF THE NATIONAL SECRETARY DOROTHY STADLER

1. Ordered and mailed Christmas cards to the Association of Education Sororities' officers, to the collegiate chapters of A.S.T., and to the alumnre chapters. 2. Sent letters of congratulations and awards to the two chapters which won efficiency prizes, Omicron and Flint. 3. Sent War Saving Stamp gifts to the infant son and daughter of Mrs. Phipps and Mrs. Maisch. 4. Sent all letters of business suggested in the Central Office Bulletin and have sent all communications requested by the Central Office. 5. Have taken an active part in the Cleveland alumnre group. 6. Sent letters of good wishes and greetings to Omega and to Alpha Alpha chapters at the time of their installation into Alpha Sigma Tau. 7. Attended the meeting of the National Council of Alpha Sigma Tau held in Columbus, Ohio, March 3, 4. 8. Prepared the minutes of the National Council meeting. 9. Sent all pledge letters to the parents of new pledges to Alpha Sigma Tau. 10. Report of the pledge letters : Chapter Alpha Beta Delta Zeta Theta Iota Lambda Omicron Pi Rho Sigma Zeta Tau Upsilon Phi Chi Psi Omega Alpha Alpha

Fall L ettet s 10 5 4 3

None

7 4

19 8

17 16 None 18 None 5

one

Spring L etters 4

7 6 8 N one 8 5 None 2

one N one 3 4

2 I

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THE A N CHOR A1 NUAL REPORT OF THE NATIO AL EDITOR MARY LOUISE DOYLE

During the school year 1944-1945 four issues of THE A CHOR were published. They were as follows : Vol. XX, No. 1, October, 1944 .. .. . .. ... . 28 pages ....... . 195 .16 Vol. XX, o. 2, December, 1944 . ... .... . 32 pages . .. ... . . 235.34 Vol. XX, No. 3, March, 1945 .... . . . . .. . . 24 pages .. . . . .. . 244.84 Vol. XX, No. 4, July, 1945 * .. .. . .. .. ... . 28 pages . . . .. .. . 308 .08

11 2 pages ........ $983 .42 * THE ANCHOR will hen ceforth be published in N ovember, January, April and July . It is felt tha t by this change in publicati on da t es th e chapter editors will have more material to contribute. The N ovember numb er will be th e "white cover" issue co ntaining the annual rep orts of na tion al offic ers and committees.

NATIONAL TREASURER 'S REPORT MARGARET M ACDONALD RECEIPTS J ULY 3 1, 194-1 TO J ULY 3 1, 19-1 5 Collegiate Chapters Alpha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Delta . . . .... ... .. .. . .. . .. . Zeta . . . . ... .... .. .. . Theta .............. .. Iota ..................... Lambda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Omicron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pi . . . . . . . . . . . . Rho . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sigma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zeta Tau ...... ... Upsilon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Psi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Omega . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alpha Alpha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-18 .00 292 .SO -1 26.50 2-1-1 .75 55-1.00 255.75 9-1 .50 -110.00 365 .75 129 .75 -1 35.7 5 796.5 0 398.5 0 277. 75 23 0. 75 69-1.50 6 7.5 0 57. 50

T otal .... . ..... .. ...... .. .. , 5,980 .2 5 Alum nee Life M em berships Alpha ... . ... . .... . . Beta ..... .... ...... . . . . .. . . . Delta ......... . .. . ... . .. . .. . Zeta .... ..... .. .. ..... .. . .. . . Theta ................. . .... . Iota .. . .. . .. . . ............ . . . La mbda ... . .... . ....... .. . . . Omicron .. .. ...... . . .. .... . . . Pi ... . ..... .. ..... . ........ . . Rh o .. . ...... .......... . .... . igma ............... . . . Zeta Tau ...... . . . ........ . . . Upsilon .... . ........... . .. .. .

Phi . . . . . . . . . ...... . Chi . .. .. . .. . . . ..... . ..... . .. . Psi · · · · · · ······ ········ Omega ... . ... . .. . .... . . T otal .

Sca ttered Almnn re L ife M emb erships Gamma .. . .. ........ . .. . .. $ 14.00

Eta . . .

3. 75 S-1 . 2 -1-1.00

. . . .. . .. .

1 7.5 0 22.5 0 15.00 30.00

Nu . . . . . D etroit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lansing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T otal

99 .00

A lumnre Chapters-Dues D enver ............. . ....... . Detroit . .. .. . .. .... .. . . . . ... . La nsing . ..... . .............. . Willia msport .. . .... . ... .. .. . .

2.00 9 .00 6.00 8.00

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T otal 58.00 75.00 67.5 0 90.50 90 .00 92.5 0 57.7 0 101.7 5 96.5 0 8.00

2.5 0 1-17.5 0 75 .00 13 7.so --1,282 .52

... . ... . . .. ........ $ 25 .00

Other R eceip ts ... . ...... .. ..... $ Supplies Burr, Pa tterson & Auld . . ..... . N ati ona l ocial Service . . .... . Leader D og Fund . .. .. . .. . ... . R efunds .... . .... . ... . ..... . . Miscella neo us ............... . T otal T otal R eceipt

-1 29. 17 3-19 .7-1 127.00 3 1.50 1.00 1-1-1.00


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DISBURSEMENTS Central Office Secretarial Assistance . .. . ...... $ Mimeographing and Typing ... . Supplies . .. . ......... . ...... . Postage, Expreos, Telegrams. etc.

465 .00 823.31 531.39 130.01

Total .. . .. . .. . ... .... . . .... $ 1,949.71 National Officers Secretarial Assistance ..... . .. .. $ 300.00 Supplies . . . . . ... . .... . .... .. . 165.6-t Postage, etc. . ............ . 83.96 T otal ... . . . . . ..... . .. .. .. .. $ 5-19.60 National Committ ee Chairm en Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 87.86 Postage, etc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 l.S.J Total ... . .. . ............... $ 119.40 Alumnre R epresentatives Suppli es . . . ....... . ...... .. . . $ Postage, etc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

94.78 8.69

T otal ........ . .. .. .. . ... . . . $ 103.-17 Publications Three issues of THE ANCHOR October . .... . ....... . .... . . $ 195 .16

December .... . ........... . . March . . ... ... .... .. . . . ... .

235.3-1 244.84

Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

675 ..3.J

Organizing, Installation and Inspection President's Triennial Inspection . 714.00 Executive Meeting in Columbus 420.8.J Organizing a nd Inspection Trip and Install ation of Chapters . . 886.77 Total . ... ........... . .. .... 2,021.61 General Expense 50.00 National Social Service ..... . Awa rds .. . ... . ........ .. . 2-1.30 Co urtesy .............. . 3 7..J6 Association of Educati on Sororities Expense ....... . . . H5.66 58.85 Subscriptions .. . Aud it .. ....... . . .. . . .. . . . . .. . 40.00 Treasurer's Bond . .... . 2.50 95.60 Refunds ....... . .. . . . . Miscellaneous ... . .... . . . 21.61 Transfer of Funds to Account No. 10312 . . .. .. . ... . .. .. . . . 3,016. 50 Total

..... . . . ........... $3 ,-192.48

Total Disbursements

... $8,911.61

FINANCIAL STATEMENT Thr ee Accounts Commercial Account Auditor's Balance- Jul y 3 1, 19.J.J . . . . . . ........ $ 5, 189.92 Deposited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,500.08 Total Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ... . $ 13,690.00 Disbursements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,91 1.61 Balance- Jul y 31, 19-15 . . . .. . ..... .. .. ..... .

-1,778.39

-1 ,778 .39

Savings Account No . 10312 Auditor's Balance--Jul y 3 1, 19H ...... . . . .. . .. .... . . . .. . $ 1,83 1.21 Transfer of Funds from Commercial Account . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,016.50 Loan Fund Co ntributi ons . . . . . . . . . . .............. lO.J .OO Interest ............... ... ....................... 29.63 Total Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Disbursements . . . ...... ....... ............ ... ...

.J ,981.3.J 3 70.00

Balance--July 3 1, 19.J5 ..... .. .. . . ... . ......... .

.J,611.3.J

Endowment Account No. 10751 Auditor's Balance- July 3 1, 19.J.J . . ....... . .. . . . .. . .. .. .. ; Deposited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... .. . .. . ... . . . .. .. . .. . Interest . . .... . . .. .... . ... . ... . ...... . ... . . ..... . . . ... .

1-18.50 -152.50 1.27

. .. .. .. . . ......... .. $

602.27

Balance- July .3 1, 1945 .... . . .

.J ,6 11.3.J

602 .2 7

Balance on Hand- All Accounts- July 3 1, 19-1 5 .. ......•... .... • .... .. .. . ; 9 9<L .OO


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THE REPORT OF THE HISTORIAN-CHAPLAIN G. ELINORE DE Cou All material which was received from the former National Historian, Ellen Smith, was checked and catalogued. Cards were sent to all active chapter historians reminding them of their obligation to be met before the close of the college year. Acknowledgments were sent for those histories received. To date, histories have been rec~ived from the following active chapters : Alpha, Theta, Iota, Lambda, Pi, Upsilon, Chi, Psi, and Zeta Tau. The a.lumnre chapter histories received to date are: Beckley, Flint, Bluefield, and Philadelphia. THE REPORT OF THE EXAMINATION CHAIRMA r SEPTEMBER,

1944, TO } UNE 14, 1945 . BoY SMITH

INE Z

1. Comparing this year's figures with the previous two years: Actives Pledge M. s. Ethics Av. No. No. Av. No. Av. 252 88.34 267 91.23 267 92.59 1944-45 93.85 92.60 199 222 225 93.98 1943-44 229 91.27 191 91.89 .204 93 .24 1943-42 0

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0

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0

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0

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2. Who 's ahead?

a. Pledge Manual First place- Omega chapter with an average of 98.50. Second place- Zeta Tau, Lambda, and Chi with 97 .61, 97.42, and 97.23 respectively. Third place- Beta chapter with an average of 96.3 5. b. Sorority Ethics First place- Iota chapter with an average of 97 .34. Second place- Omega chapter with an average of 96.14. Third place- Rho chapter with an average of 95 .08. c. Active Examinations First place-Psi chapter with an average of 95.88. Second place- Zeta Tau chapter with an average of 94.84. Third place- Zeta and Alpha with 93.50 and 93.11 respectively. 3. Efficiency a. Psi chapter took the active examinations the first time this year and it is the only grade A chapter of the year. b . Tests were received from all chapters, but Sigma's was not complete. c. Omega chapter, one of the newest chapters, ranked highe t in Pledae M. test. d . Omega and Alpha Alpha chapters will take their first acti e te t in 1946.


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Alpha Beta Delta Zeta Theta Iota Lambda Omicron Pi Rho Sigma Zeta Tau Upsilon Phi Chi Psi Omega Alpha Alpha Totals

Pledge Manual

19 Pledge Exam inations

Sorority Ethics No.

Av.

No.

Av.

No.

Av.

13 12 6

13 13

31 22 24

90 .07 94 .08 93.50 92 .56 93. 29 97 .34 93.67 80.63 91.50 95 .08 90 .93 91 . 18 88 .84 88 .37 84 .28 88. 31 96.14 91.29

8 17 22 15 33 12 7 19 8 7

31 22 24

92.97 96 .35 94 .33 94 90.64 95 .07 97 .42 76 .34 95 .56 93. 16 92.40 97 .61 83. 65 85 .59 97 .23 93 .13 98.50 92 .50

25 11 12 16 31

93. 11 88. 97 83 .36 93. 50 89.07 92 .67 87.01 84.60 92 .00 57. 14 95.00 94 .84 92 .50 87.04 86.25 95 .88

267

92 .59

267

91.23

252

88.34

11

7 15 6 16 8 13 15 23 21 11 11

13 11

7 15 6 16 8 13 15 23 21 11 11

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THE REPORT OF MUSIC CHAIRMAN SARAH PERRINE ,

Chairman

One song was received in May, 1945: "All for One and One for All"words and music by Margaret E. Richardson, Bluefield alumnre. The following verses were received: 1. "Song of Admiration"-words by Alpha chapter. Tune-" Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep." Received in May, 1945 . 2. "Just a Poor Little Worm"- words by Alpha chapter. Tune" Coming Through the Rye. " Received in May, 1945 . 3. "It's Alpha"-Pi chapter- Helen Rounds.

REPORT OF NEWS AGENCY ELIZABETH WILSON ,

Chai1路man

Total subscriptions received .... . .. . .. .. .. . . ..... .. .. .. . . ... $209.05 Total subscriptions paid . . . . ... . .. . ..... . .... . . . ..... ..... . 17 6. 15 Total commission . . . ....... . ..... .. . . .... . .. . . . . . . ... . .. . $ 32.90 National commission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.45 Total expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.9 5 On hand ... ..... . .... .. . . .... .. .. .. .. .. ....... ........ $

9.50


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THE ANC HOR REPORT OF NATIONAL SOCIAL SERVICE

LuciLE STEEN, Chairman R eceipts Buffalo Alumnre, December 11 , 1944 .. .. ............ .. ... . Theta Chapter, February 12, 1945 .............. . .. .. . . . . Buffalo Alumnre, January 13, 1945 ... . .... ............. . . Upsilon Chapter, March 28, 1945 .......... . . .......... . Philadelphia Alumnre, April 2, 194 5 .. . .. . . . . .... ... .. .. . Flint Alumnre, April 19, 1945 . . . ..... . ............. . ... . St. Louis Alumnre, May 1, 1945 .... . ........ ... .... . ... . . Bluefield Alumnre, May 29, 1945 ... . ....... . .......... . . Denver Alumnre, May 29, 1945 ....... . ............ . .. . . .

2.00 5.00 40.00 10.00 25 .00 10.00 10.00 20.00 7.00

Total ..... . .. .. ... . ....... . .................... . ... $129. 00 Disbursements Pine Mountain ettlement School, March 20, 1945 ... . ...... $ 50.00 EFFIE E. LYMAN SCHOLARSHIP LOAN FUND MEREDITH S.

HI

Balance on Hand July 1, 19-14 .. $1,275.60 Collegiate Chapter Con tributions (19-l-l- 19-l5) Alpha . . . . ... .. .. $ 5.00 Beta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.50 Chi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 .00 Delta . . . . . . . . . . . . . i .50 Iota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00 Lambda ......... 3.00 Omicron .. .. .. . .. . 9.50 Pi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.00 Psi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.50 Sigma ..... . . .. .. . . 12.50 Upsil on 6.50

SHAW ,

Chairman

Zeta . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zeta T au

-l.OO 13 .50 105 .50

$ 105.50

Alumnre Chap ter Contri bu tions <19H-19r ) Wichita . . . ........ $ 5.00 War . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.50 Bluefield . . . . . . . . . . 2.50 1-l.OO

1-l.OO

Balance on Hand July 1, 19-lS .. $ 1,395.10

REPORT OF THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE MARY ALICE PETERSO

The topic fo r the year's study was Personality. Because the national program materials and outlines sent to the collegiate chapters fo r the past four years have not been widely used, no plans were sent for 1944-45. On her fall inspection trip M rs. Staehle stressed the national cultural program and found that the idea is growing and gradually taking root. Many of the chapters had programs this past year based on the national topic. I attended the council meeting in Columbus in March . The prooram plans were discussed and definite deci sions were made, which will be put into effect this fall. I am now working on the plans for 1945-46 and shall send material and suggestions to the collegiate chapter thi fall. The last of March I went to funcie , Indiana to as i t in pledoing the new chapter there. I also accompanied Ruth Maher to T rre Haut in the intere ts of organizing.


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REPORT OF THE E DOWME T F U D COMMITTE E B uLA M cNEILL, Chairman Members

Chapter

1944

1

1945

T ota l

1944

25 22 4 13 4 6 13 24 0 7 0 1 34 2 18

$ 52. 00 58. 00 0 .00 8. 00 0 .00 0 .00 13. 00 29 .00 0 .00 0 .00 0 .00 0 .00 82. 50 0 .00 38 .00 5.00 100 .00 0 .00 0 .00 0 .00 0 .00

s 88 .50

42 0 0 0 0

$ 36. 50 24 .50 6.00 15 .00 4 .00 13.00 24 .00 33. 00 0.00 11 .00 0.00 1.00 22 .50 4. 00 28 .00 21.00 30 .00 0 .00 0 .00 0 .00 0 .00

218

$273 .50

$385.50

$659 .00

Alpha Beta Gamma Zeta Delta E ta Theta Iota Kappa La mbd a Nu Xi Omicron R ho Sigma Zeta T au Pi Upsilon P hi Chi Psi

19 15 4 10 4 6

6 7 0 3 0 0

11

2

20 0 0 1 17 2 15 11 6 0 0 0 0

4 0 0 0 0 17 0 3 2 36 0 0 0 0

T otal

138

80

7

Amo unt

I

13

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1945

I

T ota l

82.50 6. 00 23. 00 4 .00 13.00 37.00 62. 00 0 .00 11 .00 0 .00 1.00 105 .00 4. 00 66. 00 26 .00 130.00 0 .00 0 .00 0 .00 0 .00

REPO RT OF T H E LIFE MEMBE RSHIP COMMITTEE E s TE R GRIF F ITH , Chai1'man

Li fe memberships according to chapte rs are as follows: Alpha . . . . . . .... . .. ... . .......... . 67 Beta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Gamma ... ............ 2 Delta ... . . .. . . . . ... . . . .. . ....... 28 Zeta ... . .. . ... . . . ........... . ... . 56 Eta .. ... .. . ........ . .. .. . ...... . . 11 Theta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 I ota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Lambda ... . . . ...... .. .. . ... . ..... 29 N u .... . . .. .. ... . .. . .. . ..... . .. . . . 1-1 Xi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Omicron . . . . ... . . . . . .... . ... . . . ... 83

Pi .............. . . ..... .. ..... . . Rho . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sigma .. ...... . . . . . .. . .. . . .. .. . .. . Zeta T au . ... . ................. .. . Chi . . . . . . . .... ...... .... . . . ... Upsilon ...... . ..... . .. .. . . . . . .... . Phi . . . . ..... .. . ... . .. . ·. · . · · · · · · · Psi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Omega . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alpha Alpha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

63 7 73

68 29 11 -1 -1

7 -1

T otal . . .. . . ..... . ... . . .. . . . .... . 737

T he following peopl e have paid in full their pledge fo r the endowment fund : Alpha Carrie W. Staehle Mae H . Mosier Oda K. Lillie Gladys P . Comfort Helen M. Calbert

B eta Elizabeth H . Ha rris Edith L. M ansell Hazel D . Schul tz Esther P. Mustard Lo uise T . Tehil

I ota Ma ry Alice Peterson Treva Mills Ethel C. Partridge Th eta R uth K. Brundle


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Omicron Bula Me eill Corlette S. Sexton Thelma Foy Bearre Betty Funk Snidow Sadie Fry Bunn

Sigma Laura Mae Ehman Margaret Macdonald Ferne R. Rice Lucille Steen

Pi

Edith Glatfelter Joanna L. Barnes Jane Pen hale June McCarthy Margaret W. Orf

NOTICE! ANCHORS sent to the following have been returned due to incorrect addresses. The editor would greatly appreciate receiving the correct ones as soon as possible from anyone who might know the whereabouts of any of these girls. Send addresses to: Mrs. Justin G. Doyle 314 Walnut Street Peekskill, N.Y. Alpha

LIFE MEMBERS Dolores Honer Paddison Lambda Ruth Hoff Berg

I sabella McGuire Z eta Louise Kieft Phyllis Stewart Brown Iota Ruth Dunlap Martha Hall

Omicron Wand a Shelton Rho

Erma Kathryn Womble PARTIALS

D elta Betty Manville Iota Betty Kiddoo Pi

Maryalice Lo fo rest Virginia Kerner Cockerham Helen elson Chi

Florence Goddard Conner

Evelyn Dorsey


DIRECTORY

NATIONAL COUNCIL President .. .. .. ... . .. .......................... . ... Mrs. Haswell Staehle (Alpha ) 481 Torrence Rd ., Columbus 2, Ohio Vice-Presidents in Charge of Organizing: Miss Beverly Bollard , 323 Bird Ave., Buffa lo 13, N.Y ...... . .. .. . .. (Sigma) Mrs. Carl Robinson, 5119 St. Louis Ave., St. Louis 15, Mo ... . ... . .. . .. . (Pi) Mrs. E . C. Phipps, 803 Broad St., Mount Hope, W.Va...... .. .... (Omicron ) Mrs. L . J. Maher, 5306 Winona St. , St. Louis 9, Mo ............ .. . . .. . (Pi ) A .E.S. R epresentative ...... . . . . ............. . .. . .... Miss Edith L. Mansell (Beta) 161 Highland Ave., H ighland Park, Mich. Secretary .. . .. ........ . . .. ..... .. ... ... . .... ........ Miss Dorothy Stadler (Eta ) 642 E . 11 5th St. , Cleveland, Ohio Treasurer ...... .. .. . . . . .. . ... . ..... . . ...... .. Miss Marga ret Macdonald (Sigma) 673 Richm ond Ave., Buffalo 13, N.Y. Editor . . . . .......... ........... ...... . .. . . .. ... . .. Mrs. Justin G. Doyle (Theta) 314 Walnut St. , Pee kskill, N.Y. Chaplain and Historian ............... . ... ........ . Miss Elinore De Co u (Lambda ) 219 7th Ave., Haddon Heights, N. J . STANDING COMMITTEES Awards Committee .. .... ... . . .. . .... . ... , ....... . . Mrs. J ohn Maisch (Lambda ) 136 Wharton Rd., Glenside, Pa . Examinations .. . . .. . ............ . ..... . . ..... .. . ... . .. ... Mrs. Roy Smith (Iota ) 205 Cottonwood , Emporia, Kansas Scholarship Loan Fund ............. ... .. . ..... . ... Mrs. J . Waldo Hinshaw (I ota) 27 Hardith Hill , St. Louis, Mo. Life Membership ... . . . . .. . .... ..... ..... ... . . .. ... .. Mrs. Fred R . Griffith (I ota) 1520 Market St., Emporia, Kan. Music .. . .. . . .... . .. . ... .. ... . ........... . ... ... . . Mrs. Austin Perrine (Alpha ) 807 N. El Dorado , Stockton , Cali f. Program .......... . ... . ............ . .... ... .. ... ... . . Mrs. E. F . Peterson (I ota) R .F .D. 1, Crawfo rdsville, Ind . So cial Service . ... . ... Mrs. J oseph Steen , 83 Woodc rest Blvd ., Kenm ore, N.Y. (Sigma) Endowment . . . . .. ........ . ... . .... ... . ........ .. Mrs. Meade ·McNeill (Omicron ) Athens, W.Va.

SPECIAL COMMITTEES News Agency .. . . . .. . ............ . . . ...... .... . .. .... Miss Elizabeth Wilson (Pi ) 1008 Kuhs Pl. , St. Louis 17, Mo. Courtesy ....... .... ................ . ..... . .... . .. .. Miss Dorothy Stadler (Eta ) 6-+2 E. 11 5th St. , Cleveland , Ohio War Service .... .. . . ..... . .................. . ....... M rs. Russell Fraser (Beta ) 14591 Ardmore, Detroit 27, Mich . ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATION SORORITI ES Chairman ... . . .. . ........... . . .. . ... .. Miss Carrie E. Walter, Theta Sigma Upsilon 210 Sagamore Rd., Brookline, Pa. S ecretary ..... . ......... . . .. . .... . .... .. .. . . Miss Edith Mansell , Alpha Sigma Tau 161 Highland Ave., Highland Park, Mich . Treasurer . . .. . . ....... .. ......... . . ..... Mrs. Fred M . Sharp, Alpha Sigma Alpha 1405 Hardy Ave., Independence, Mo. Director of Local Panh ell e nic~ . . ....... . .. . . ..... Mrs. C. P . eidig, Pi Kappa Sigma 1503 First ational Bank Bldg., Cincinnati , Ohio Chairman of Publicit y . . . .. Mrs. RobertS. Hill, Delta Sigma Epsilon , Silver City, .M . Chairman of Interfraternit y R elationships . . Miss Mabel Lee Walton , Sigma Sigma Sigma P.O. Box 108, Clermont, Fla .


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AFFILIATED PA HELLENICS Members Professional Panhellenic Association National Panhellenic Congress Association of Education Sororities Council M embers Chairman . . ....... . . . . . .... Mabel Lee Walton , Association of Education Sororities Secretary .. ....... . .... . .. .... Gertrude Evans, Professional Panhellenic Association Chairman of Publicity Co·m mittee . . . . . .. ....... . ... ... . ... ... . . · .. · · · · · · · · ....... . ... . .... . ... . . Mrs. E. Granville Crabtree, National Pan hellenic Congress National Panh ellenic Congress : Mrs. Irving F. Brown , 91 Burnett St., Maplewoor!, N.J. Miss L. Pearle Green , 13 East Ave., Ithaca, N.Y. Mrs. E. Granville Crabtree, 85 Dean Rd ., Brookline, Mass. Association of Education Sororities : Miss Mabel Lee Walton, P.O. Box 108, Clermont, Fla. Miss Edith Mansell , 161 Highland Ave. , Highland Park , Mich . Mrs. Fred M. Sharp, 1-105 Hardy Ave., Independence, Mo . Professional Panhellenic Association: Miss Gertrude Evans, c/ o Mrs. C. M. Sale, 37-11 Purdue, Dallas, Tex . Miss Ruth Ensor, 14 Old Short Hills Rd ., Millburn , I J. Mrs. Ruth Moorhead Hildebrand, 4501 Cathedral Ave. N.W., Washington , D .C . . COLLEGIATE CHAPTERS ALPHA (1899) - Michigan State 1ormal College, Ypsilanti , Mich . President-Kathleen Sanderson, 360 McLaughlin, Muskegon, Mich. Corresponding Secretary- June Kellner, 106 Goodison Hall , Ypsilanti , Mich. Editor-Betty Flynn, Goodison Hall, Ypsilanti, Mich. Advisers-Mrs. R. B. Bates, 20 S. Normal, Ypsilanti , Mich.; Miss Doris Milliman, 1116 Grant St., Ypsilanti, Mich. Alumnre Representat ive-M rs. Joyce Riehl, 121-1 Elk St., Port Huron , Mich. BETA (1905-1917; 19-10)-Central Michigan College of Education , Mt. Pleasant , Mich. President-Dorothy Sweeney, 315 E. Wisconsin, Mt. Pleasant , Mich. Corresponding Secretary- Gwendolyn Gwinn , Box 209 , Ludington , Mich. Editor-June Ross, Cass City, Mich. Adviser- Miss Carrie Tromley, S.T.C. , Mt. Pleasant, Mich . Alumnre Representative- Mrs. Leo J. Gaffney, R.F.D. 1, Holly , Mich. GAMMA (1900-19 13) - State Normal School , Milwaukee, Wis. Alumnre Representative- Mrs. R. P. Hammond, 2016 Underwood Ave. , Wauwatosa, Wis. DELTA (1916 )-State Teachers College, Indiana, Pa. President-Jeanne Boardman , 2-1 E. V. ashington St., Chambersburg, Pa. Corresponding Secretary-Mary Jane Munshower, 2i 2 Philadelphia t., Indiana , Pa . Editor- Isabel Edwards, 666 Grant St. , Indiana, Pa. Adviser-Mrs. Alma Gasslander, S.T.C., Indiana, Pa. Alumnre Representatives--Miss Betty Weaver, 123 5 -lth Ave. , Ford City, Pa.; Mrs. Harold Bee, 133 1• 6th St., Indiana, Pa. EPSILON (1919-1923 ; reorganized as Lambda 1926)-Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa. Alumnre Representative- ee Lambda Chapter. ZETA (1921) - Lock Haven State Teachers College, Lock Haven, Pa. President- Martha Badick, .T.C. , Lock Haven , Pa. Co rre ponding Secretary- Josephine Pavelock, 221 Blaine Ave., J ohnsonberg, Pa . Editor- Marian Burkhart, 6-10 Dewart t. , harnokin, Pa. Advi er- Dr. Edna Bottorf, S.T.C., Lock Haven, Pa. Alumnre Representatives- Iva Mae \ an coyoc, 572 E . ~nd t ., Bloom bura, Pn. : Mr . E. L. Wri ght, 3-11 Ha tings t. , outh 'vVilliamsport - ·\ Pa. ETA (19 27- 1939) - Kent tate Univer it , Kent, Ohio . Alumnre Representative- Mr . Albert Wick , 1 20 Ohio.

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THETA (19 23 )- Wayne University, Detroit, M ich. President- Lillian Schmidt, 5106 H arvard Rd ., Detroit 24, M ich. Corresponding Secretary- Barbara M iller 9965 Outer Drive E. Detroit 24, Mich . Editor-Carol Reid el, 5106 Harvard Rd .,' Detroit 24, M ich. ' Adviser- Mrs. Elizabeth H . Gottl esleben, 4762 2nd Ave., Detroit 2, Mich. Alumnre Representatives- Mrs. C. F . Brun dle, 3605 Bedford, Detroit 24, M ich.; Ca rolyn Clayton, 5402 H ecla, Detroit 8, M ich. IoTA (1923 )-Kansas Sta te Teachers' College, E mpo ria, Kan. President- Velma Vlcek , H olyrood, Kan. Co:responding Secretary- Betty F rownfelter, 347 Ohio, Wichita, Kan . Ed1t or- Barbara Liebst, Nashville, Kan. Ad v i~er-Mi ss H elen R. Ga rman, 105 W. 12th St. , E mporia, Kan. Alumnre Representative- Mrs. Clyde Baker, 1021 Mechanic, Emporia, Kan. KAPPA ( 1924-1929)- Miami University, Oxford, Ohio . Alumnre Representative- Isabel Finkbine, R .R. 3, Oxford, Ohi o. LAMBDA (192 6) -Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa. President- Irene Wunderlich, 258 Sulis St. , Philadelphi a 20, Pa. Corresponding Secretary-J ean Gilbert, 1609 H arrison St., Philadelphi a 24, Pa. Editor- Ruth T rauger, Perkasie, Pa. Alumnre Representative-Mabel Schreiber, 37 W. Winona Ave., Norwood, Pa. Advise rs-Mabel Schreiber, 511 Chestnut, Lebanon, Pa. ; E mily Reedy, 7 Elm St. , Cheltenha m, Pa. Nu (19 28-1933 )- Colorado State College of Education, Greeley, Colo. Alumnre R epresentative-Mrs. Ruth Ewer, 11 45 Clayton, Denver, Colo. Xr ( 1929-1 933 )- Western State Teachers College, Gunnison , Colo. Alumnre Representative- Grace Quinby, 1301 Monroe St. , Commerce, T ex. OMICRO N ( 1930) -Conco rd State T eac hers College, Ath ens, W.Va. President- T omasa Gibso n, S.T .C., Athens, W.Va. Corresponding Secretary- Irene H arris, S.T .C. , Athens, W.Va. Editor- Kathl een Nash, S.T.C. , Ath ens, W. Va. Ad viser- M iss Mae Hun ter, Ath ens, W.Va. Alumn re Representa tives- M rs. Garth Gun oe, Athens, W.Va. ; M rs. Meade McNeill, Athens, W.Va. Pr ( 1930) -H arris T eachers College, St. Louis, Mo . President- lisa Blank enmeister, 3016 N. T ay lor, St. Louis 15, Mo. Co rrespondin g Secretary- Lo uise Dempsey, 2814a Arsenal, St. L ouis 18, M o. E ditor- Maria Ann Fajt , 1853 S. 14 St., St. Louis 4, Mo . Adviser-Miss E dith Glatfelter, 47 20 N . 20th St. , St. Louis, Mo. Alumnre Representatives- June McCarthy, 4602 W. W . Florissant, St. Louis 15 , M o. ; Lois Wamh off, 5705 Neosha, St. Lo u:s 9, M o. RHo (1932) - Southeastern T eachers College, Du ra nt, Okla. President- My ra J ean Guthrie, 1307 N. 5th , D urant , Okl a. Correspondin g Secreta ry- Betty H aggard , 1312 N. 6th, D urant , Ok la. Editor- Pat Green, 1311 N. 6th, Durant , Okla. Advisers- Miss Irene Scrivener, 912 W . Elm , D ura nt , Ok la.; D r. M ildred M cCracken , 91 2 W. Elm , Durant, Okla. Alumn re R eprese ntati ve-M rs N. E . Wright, 400 . Bagwell , Poteau, Okl a. SrGMA (19 25) -State T eachers College, Bu ffa lo, N.Y . President- Betty J ane DeWeese, 203 Ca rolina St. , Buffa lo, N .Y. Corresponding Secretary-Ma ry E liza beth Bower , 34 Brew:;ter, Depew , .Y. Editor- Anna Lopez, 300 Busti Ave., Buffalo, N .Y. Adviser- Dr. M argaret S. Quayle, 805 D elaware Ave., Buffalo, T.Y. Alumnre Representati ves-M rs. Ca rl Pund t, 830 Potomac Ave ., Buffa lo, N.Y.; M rs. W. J. McGl ynn , 243 Fayette Ave., Kenm ore, N.Y .; Ru th Oc hs, 319 Parkside Ave., Buffa lo, N.Y . ZETA TAu ( 1935) - State Teac hers College, Farmvill e, Va . President-Carolyn Bobbitt, South H ill , Va. Corresponding Secretary- Anna Headlee, 3030 No tt oway St., No rfolk, Va. Editor- Betty Plunkett, 303 Oakridge Blvd., Lynchburg, Va. Adviser-Miss Virginia Bedford, S.T.C., Farmville, Va. Alumnre Representative-Charlotte Greeley, 104 Arbutus, Roanoke, Va .


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UPSILON (1 935)-State Teachers College, Conway, Ark. Corresponding Secretary- H elen Hardy, Box 23, A.S.T .C., Con way, Ark. Editor-Margaret Eastham , Box 43, Star City, Ark. Adviser-Dr. Ada Jane H arvey, 730 Donaghey, Conway, Ark. Alumnre Representative- Charley Marie Bowles, Box 674, Rte. 3, Texarkana, Ark . PHI (1940) - Southeastern Louisiana College, Hammond , La. President-Wanda Boyles, Box 15, College Station, Hammond , La. Corresponding Secretary-Katherine Millhollin, Omaha, Neb. Editor- Nelda Tynes, Grangeville, La. Adviser- Miss Margaret Lowe, S.L .C., Hammond, La. Alumnre Representatives- Mrs. Adrian Bloomquist , S.L.C., Hammond , La. ; Mis, Margaret Waldrep, S.L.C., H amm ond, La. CHI (1940)-Shepherd State T eachers College, Shepherdstown, W.Va. President-Jane Kottler, 18 E. Salisbury St., Williamsport, Md. Corresponding Secretary-Noreen Eaton, Gore, Va. Editor-Betty June Stickles, M artinsburg, W.Va. Adviser- Miss Sara Helen Cree, S.T.C., Shepherdstown, W.Va . Alumnre Representative-Elizabeth Millard, 604 W. Kin g St., Ma rtinsburg, W.Va. Psr (1944)-Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va. President-Janie Person, 11 5 Lee Ave., Colonial H eights, Petersburg, Va. Corresponding Secr-e taryEditor-Dorothy Burkholder, Thaxton, Va. Advisers- Helen Marbut, Madison College, H arrisonburg, Va.; Helen M. Frank, Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va. Alumnre Representative-Katherine W. Stokes, 714 1st Ave., Farmville, Va. OJ\"rEGA (1945)-Minot State Teachers College, Minot, N .D. President- Marion Nelson , Kenm ore, N.D. Corresponding Secretary-Betty H aner, 126 9th Ave. .W., Minot , .D . Editor-Arline Ostby, 700 3rd St. N .E., Minot , N .D . Advisers-Miss Louise Reishus, S.T.C. , Minot , N.D .; Miss Henrietta Anderson, S.T.C., Minot, .D . Alumnre Representative- Mrs. Vernice Underdahl, 615 16th St. .W., Minot , .D . ALPHA ALPHA (1945 ) -Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Ind . President-Mary K. Morrow , 466 N . Miami St ., Wabash, Ind. Corresponding Secretary- Phyllis H ershberger, 11 28 Kilbourn St., Elkhart , Ind. Editor- Betty E. Polen , 76 1 Polk St., Gary , Ind. Advisers- Miss Francis R . Botsford , 708 N. McKinley Ave., Muncie, Ind.; Miss Erma N. Scramlin, 120 N . M cKinley, Muncie, Ind.; M rs. Glossie Lavonne Wagoner, 2119 W. Jackson, Muncie, Ind. Alumnre Representative-Mrs. R. B. Cross, 206 . M artin , Muncie, Ind . ALUM fE CHAPTERS BECKLEY, WEST VIRGINIA President- Mrs. Martha Gilbert Genz, Box 908. Bec kley, W.Va. Editor- Mrs. E . C. Phipps, 803 Broad St., Mt. Hope , W.Va. BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA President- Henrietta Mahood, 116 Cedar St., Bluefield , W.Va. Editor- Rebecca Perry, Athens, W.Va. BuFFALO, NEw YoRK President- E vel yn A. Grampp, 6 6 Richm ond Ave., Bu ffa lo 1 , .Y. Editor- Helen Brooks, 770 Lafayette Ave., Bu ffa lo 9, N .Y. D ENVER, COLORADO President- K ay H art, 3420 Julian t.. Denver, Colo. Editor- Juanita Keith , 3033 W . H ighland PI., Denver, olo. DET ROIT, MICHIGAN President- Mrs. H oward We t , 711 an tone, Milford, Mi h. Editor- Aul ga M ae, 26 alifornia, Highland Park, Mi h .


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President-Mrs. Wayn e Russell , 52.1 Rural , Empori a, Kan. Editor- Mrs. Fred Griffith , 1.12 0 M ark et , E mpori a, Kan. FLI N T , Ml CHJ GAN

President- Mrs. William Schultz, 2001 Iroquois Ave., Flint -l , Mich. Editor- Miss Lucille Gale, 27 01 Bonbri ~ ht St. , Flint, Mich. LA NS ING, MI CHI GAN

President- Mrs. Ellen M yers, 1721 Sterling, Lansing 1o, Mich. Editor- Mrs. Dewey Cradd ock , 2307 Eaton Rd., L a n s in ~ 10, Mich. M1NOT, NORTH DAJ..:OTA

President- Yvonne R omine, 622 lOth St. N.E., Min ot , )J.D. Editor-Marian Carlso n, 20 th Ave. XW. , Minot , N .D . M U N CIE, INDIANA

President-Ethel Himelick , 42-l N. Calvert, Muncie, Tnd. Editor- Mrs. Louis E. elson, Box 573, Muncie, Ind . Prrn.ADELl'HTA, PENN SYLVA N IA

President-Charlotte King, 5941 N. Camac St., Philadelphia 4 l , Pa. Editor- Eleanor Heydrich , 4807 Garden St. , Philadelphia 37, Pa. SHEPHERD STOWN , \VEST VIRGINIA

President- Mrs. Virginia Koontz Cosey, 45.1 W. Antietam St. , H agerstown , Md . Editor- Ruth Seibert, 44 6 Winchester Ave., Martinsburg, W.Va . ST. LO UIS , MISSOURI

President- Bernice Pace, 5875 Pl ymouth , St. Louis, Mo. Editor- Evelyn Luecking, S 700 Neosho, St. L ouis, M o. WAR , WEsT VmGTNJA

President- Margaret M artin , Box 14 2, Berwind , W .Va. Editor- Mrs. Roy Haynes, Amonate, \Ia. WICHITA, KAN SAS

President- Mary Leroux , 104 Beechwood Dr. , Wichita, Kan. Editor- Caroline Dawson , 1001 Riv erside, Wichita , Kan. \VTT .T.TAMSPORT , P EN NSYLVANIA

President- Mrs. Marianna T allman, 8.1 2 Funston Ave., Willia msport H, Pa . Editor- Mrs. E. L. 'vVright, 3-ll Hastings, South Williamsport 23, Pa. ALUMN;E CLUBS CLEVELAND , OHIO

President- Mrs. Kenneth McLellan , 162 0-l Southl and Ave., Cleveland 11, Ohio路 JoHNSTOW N, PEN NS YLVA N IA

President- Dorothy Risch , Davidsville, Pa. MT. PLEASANT, MICHI GAN

President- Mrs. George Wheeler, R. R . 6, Mt. Pleasa nt, Mich. NoRFOLK-PoRTSMOU TH , VmGJN IA

President- Mrs. Linwood Roberts, 1100 Ann St. , Portsmouth , Va. WELCH, WEsT VmGJNIA

President- Mrs. Lena Caporossi, Welch, W.Va. Editor- Mrs. Helen B. Decker, Welch , W.Va. Yo u NGSTOW N, 0Hro

President- Mrs. Keith McGowan , 2368 Midlothia n, Yo ungstow n, Ohio. DISTRICTS AND PRESIDENTS First District: (central) Michigan , Illinois, Indiana , Ohio, Wiscon in . Second District: (eastern ) New York Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maine, New H ampshire, Vermont , Massachusetts. Connecticut, and Rhode Island . President- Beverly Bollard , 323 Bird Ave. , Buffalo, N .Y. Third District: (western ) All states west of the Mississippi River. President- Mrs. Carl Robin son , 5119 St. Louis Ave., St. Louis 15 , Mo . Fourth District: (southern ) Virginia , West Virginia , Kentu cky, M a ryland , Delaware, Tennessee, North Carolina, Mississippi , Alabama , Georgia, Florida, and outh Carolina. President- Mrs. E. C. Phipp , 803 Broad St. , Mt. Hope, W.Va. CENTRAL OFFICE 481 Torrence Rd., Columbus 2, Ohio


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