“Every year I dreaded the time for the debutante activities because I knew the board members would start calling about publicity and complaining if the Greenville bunch got a better spot than they did. Finally, after many years of fooling with them, I stuck my neck out and told them I would not send anything else in and they could handle it themselves.
“I had one lady who wanted publicity regularly for the Phi Mu sorority of which she was one of the alumni. I was expected to cover every meeting, every luncheon of the local alumni, and the actives, especially at rush time. When I could not get everything I sent in used, she was sure it was because ‘there were Chi Omegas on the society desk at the Commercial Appeal.‘
“Today  I have the utmost respect for the poor souls who are relegated to the society department of the newspaper, for I am sure they have earned their star.”
For the sake of peace in the extended Evans family, the less said about sororities, the better. I wasn’t in one (unless you count Nenamoosha Social Tribe at Mississippi College) so I am not qualified to comment.
One of my all-time favorite memories was coming to Greenwood on a non-football weekend in the fall of my freshman year at Ole Miss. I told Grandmama that I had rushed KA, to which she replied, “Well, that’s okay. KA is almost as good as Phi Delt, I think.”
Your grandmother was a great one for hanging on to impressions made in 1935.