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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1974
MISS VETERAN at Fayetteville State University is “BLACK, BEAUTIFUL AND BRAINY”. This
lovely FSU sophomore coed is Helen Oliver of Fayetteville, N.C. and she was chosen by the Veteran’s
Club on the FSU campus as their queen for 1974-75. Helen is an early childhood education major and
wants to teach when she finishes FSU.
A NIGHT AT "MISS
by Doris Daniels
The event of the Veteran’s Ball was most fascinating and
atmospheric. The Ballroom was decorated with stars hanging
from the ceiling of the dance floor.
Dinner was served buffet style. The menu consisted of
country fried chicken, spiced Ham, a choice of green beans or
creamed corn, potatoes with gravy, rolls and coffee to drink.
Music was provided by the Emperors who played appropriate
The presentation of Miss Veteran, Helen Oliver was given by
the President. She was beautifully robed in a royal blue halter
type gown highlighted with white. Miss Oliver was crowned by
Tyrone Williams. After being crowned Miss Oliver thanked
everyone and hoped that the ball would be enjoyable for all.
Expressing her feelings toward being Miss Veteran, Miss Oliver
said she was happy but nervous.
The former Miss Veteran, Miss Mildred Moore was
Dinner was completed and the tone of music changed for
The ball was thoroughly enjoyed by all and I am sure
everyone is looking forward to the Veteran’s Ball next year.
All Photos by
John B. Henderson
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OLD AND NEW QUEENS-Miss Veteran of 1974, Helen Oliver, right, is presented a bouquet of The crowd arrives at the main NCO Club, Fort Bragg for the
carnations by FSU Veteran’s Club President, Monoroe Clay. Miss Mildred Moore, last year’s “Miss Veteran’s” Ball Affair,
queen looks on. (FSU Photo by John B. Henderson)