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Betty Bledsoe Powell, president of the Savannah Alumnae Association, Mary Oppen Harris, chairman of the National Cerebral Palsy Project, and Beatrice Simmer, an occupational therapist at the Trustee's Garden Village School, play with Jet Hieronymus, a student at the school. Alpha Delta Pi gave $1,000 to the Georgia Society for Crippled Children and Adults. This photograph was featured on page 29 of the December 1952 issue of The Adelphean.
Members of the first Diamond Circle, the ceremony that honors 50-year members of Alpha Delta Pi, enjoy a banquet during convention. The Diamond Circle Ceremony was first conducted at the 1955 Grand Convention in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Alumnae at the table include Odille King Dasher, Louisa Horton, Annie Gantt Anderson, Virginia Anderson, and Mrs. Mueller.
Members of the Grand Council of Alpha Delta Pi pose in the Adelphean Room at Wesleyan College. From left to right, they are Helen Glenn, grand secretary-treasurer; Maxine Blake, grand president; Helen Murray, grand vice president; and Lilita McCorkle, grand vice president.