14 Feb 1952 Valentino’s Valentine

14 Feb was the perfect day to learn that Edna Stansbury, has been chosen one of Rudolph Valentino’s Valentines. The modern version of the heart-throb of the Flapper Era, Anthony Dexter, was this year’s judge for the 1952 Valentine Girl and her court of sweethearts. Candidates for the honors numbered 760 representatives of Beta Sigma Phi sororities throughout the U.S. and Canada. Dexter chose Mrs. Pat Lawrence a member of California Kappa Nii Chapter at Gendale, as Valentine Girl. Miss Stanbury, named one of the 5th Valentines and her portrait published in the Torch of Beta Sigma Phi. She was also offered a job as a sorority organizer for Nu Phi Mu. The younger group of business women. Had she been able to accept the work she would have toured the United States and Canada helping form Nu Phi Mu chapters. Miss Stansbury was chosen by Theta Chapter of Greely to represent her group but only for her beauty but sparking personality and service to the sorority. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. J.W. Stansbury and works for a Fruit and Vegetable Inspection Service.

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