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First row: Dietrich, Srrassner, Tavlor, Noble, Wardlaw, May Second row: Leddicoat, Griffith, Shanabrook, Howe, Opal, Hoey Third row: Eitneier, Walton, Bcldcn, Mahachek. Sinclair, Shaffer Fourth row: Miller, Guy, Miller, Walker, Cline, Smith Fifth row: Baumgardner, Okerberg, Querry, Moorhead, Wilgus 179
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MXt A2A ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA OFFICERS President Katherin e Dietrich Vice-President Ruth Taylor Secretary Beatrice May Treasurer Alice Moorhead Editor Gwendolyn Griffith Chaplain June Wilgus Keeistrar Jean Leddicoat Panhellenic Representative Geraldine Shannabrook Alternate Representative Janet Walker Collegiate Representative Sara Miller A SOCIAL-PROFESSIONAL SORORITY FOUNDED IN 1901 Alpha Gamma ' s last activity of the The year 1939 hnds another chapter semester was a professional meeting added to the twenty-two chapters of in the Activities Cottage, January 11, Alpha Sigma Alpha scattered from when Mrs. William Ruddock, was in- coast to coast. itiated as a new patroness. Following j _ brought an Alpha the service Miss Wallace, a member of g- freshman partv on Saturday after- the faculty and also a patroness of the J October 28 at the College Lodge, sorority, spoke informallv about her Bedecked with jack-o-lanterns and trip abroad the past summer. Lodge took on a As the hrst social gathering of the Halloween aspect. new semester, the Alpha Sigs, actives xt , i i i r , , 11 „„,: November 18, a red-letter dav tor and alumnae, attended a surprise r.- , , • ' , , r Af Tj D 11 the Alpha Sigs, both active and shower for Mrs. Berwvn Russell, , , i • i , r 1 tj 1 c ' alumnae, was celebrated with the formerly Helen Strassner. , . t , , , ,, „, , , , , ITT rounder s Dav luncheon at the College On Thursdav, March 7, the Indiana t- d ' c w ju u " . ■ Inn Tea Room, followed bv a short Countrv Club was the scene of the ,- , • u ■ ' j _ • r ,-r , , ,• program displaving their dramatic formal freshman partv. The magnolia- , ' j u ' ■ c u . " - talents and bv a tour of the campus, covered trellises and garlands of flowers were a fitting background for Grouped around a crackling fire at the Alpha Sigs and their guests dis- Miss Belden ' s home on a cold wintry guised as Scarlett O ' Haras. afternoon in mid-December, the Alpha This vear Mrs. Wilma Wilson Sharp Sigs exchanged Christmas gifts, hav- of Independence, Missouri, the verv i " g ' ' t fun trying to guess what the charming National Educational Di- deceiving packages contained. At rector, visited on April 27, the sorority another event of this month, the was guest of the Pittsburgh Alumnae pledges proved their worth to their Chapter at luncheon in ' Pittsburgh. superiors, the active members of Alpha Activities were terminated with the Gamma. The neophytes, according to traditional May breakfast at which time-honored custom, entertained the the Seniors were guests of under- actives at a novel party in the classmen. Activities Cottage. 178
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ITT SIGMA TAU GAMMA OFFICERS Presidents Henry Sulkey, John Paulisick Vice-Presidents Walter Wineman, Anthony Perfilio Recording Secretaries Charles Cooper, Ford Shankle Corresponding Secretaries Ralph Mitchell, Dan Shearin Treasurer Joseph Shuster House Managers Ernest Kelly, Joseph Orlosky Chaplains Joseph Orlosky, Robert Sliker Historians Charles Reamer, Charles Cooper " Saga " Correspondent Jess Hartley Sergeant-at-Arms Edgar Dale Diehl Interfratcrnity Council Representatives John Paulisick, Ralph Kier A NATIONAL SOCIAL PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL FRATERNITY FOUNDED IN 1920 Taus of Pi Chapter greet 1940, tenth anniversary year, denoting progress, growth, and fulhllment of ideals. Welcomes, handshakes, stores of summer adven- tures, and glimpses of a remodeled house create a stronger desire to move forward in scholarship and activities. Building and expansion have been the keywords of Sigma Tau Gamma, national social, educational, and professional fraternity, since it originated at Warrensburg, Missouri, in 1920. Then seventeen men banded together to form the nucleus of the hrst national fraternity operating solely in state teachers colleges. Although stress- ing student friendships and true brotherhood, Sigma Tau Gamma is distinctly pro- fessional in its activities, point of view, and relation to education. Men in other colleges soon joined the movement to obtain a national fraternity, other chapters were organized, and the fraternity was formally nationalized in Emporia, Kansas, in October, 1924. The fraternity continued to grow, until now twenty chapters answer the roll call with many groups asking for charters. The strong national organization aids each chapter through national conclaves, province conventions, chapter visitations, honor kev awards for scholarship and activities, a merit award to the most efficient chapter, and a regulated pledge-study course. SuLKEV Rowland Paulisick 180
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