Alice Mary Fisher enrolled at Oregon Agricultural College for the spring term in 1928 and completed her BS in Vocational Education in June 1932. Fisher was active in campus theater productions, including The Three Musketeers and Lady Windermere's Fan and completed several theater courses during her student years at Oregon State. Fisher was involved in many other student activities -- the Memorial Union Board of Directors, Beaver yearbook, Barometer campus newspaper, and the Associated Students of OSC. Fisher was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority at Oregon State and established the Kappa Kappa Gamma chapter at Colorado College, where she pursued graduate studies in English. Alice returned to Albany, Oregon, with her husband John Summers, during World War II. She was an active community volunteer and was named the Linn County Woman of the Year.
Alice Mary Fisher was born on April 11, 1911 and graduated from high school in Albany, Oregon, in 1928. In 2010, Alice Fisher Summers Roberts was living in Albany, Oregon.
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