Angelique Murphy of the Hammond Gamma Nu Chapter was the only Council President to have a perfume named after her. As stated in Life Magazine, “Angelique and Company, Inc. very well may have been America’s first independent microperfumery." The article entitled “How to Sell a Smell” from Life Magazine’s December 4, 1950 issue written by Percy Knauth tells the story of how this perfume was named. "... Their immediate problem was to find a name for their new firm. They hit on it one evening while sitting with their wives and a few friends over after-dinner highballs. Mary Granville, a pert young mother of three, had been brooding about the name for some time. Suddenly she let out a squeal. “I’ve got it!” she cried. “Murphy!” “What’s that, dear?” her husband inquired. “The name,” said Mrs. Granville. “It just came to me. I remembered a friend from Hammond, Ind. Angelique Murphy.” “But darling,” Granville said, “you can’t call a perfume Murphy!” Mary Granville eyed him steadily and said coldly, “Angelique.” That ended the discussion." Read the full article here.