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QUEENS CHICORA COLLEGE, CHARLOTTE, N. C.
December 17, 1937
Concert to he
Accomplished Artists Will Be
Presented In Program
of Special Music
On Sunday afternoon, December 19,
at 3:00 o’clock the Charlotte Ob
server’s charity concert for the bene
fit of the Christmas fund of the
Charlotte Goodfellow’s Club will be
presented at the Carolina Theatre.
Among those who have volunteered
their services in the interest of the
fund are Mrs. Janice Mason, soprano,
who has studied in England, and is
now soloist at the Pritchard Mem
orial Baptist Church; and Mrs.
James Pfohl, pianist, of Davidson,
who has studied in Vienna and is
well known for her brilliant concert
The WBT Quintet, formed about
18 months ago, will also be presented.
Members of this Quintet are Mrs.
William S. Greene, pianist; William
Greene, ’cellist; Israel Smith, first
violin; Sam Citron, second violin; and
Lloyd Torrence, viola.
Another interesting feature of the
program will he the appearance of
the Charlotte Goqdftdlow’^ chorus,
directed by Eugene Craft and accom
panied by Miss Elsie Moseley. The
personnel includes 26 voices.
The latest addition to the jirogram
is the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra,
directed by Mr. G. S. de Roxlo. The
orchestra is now in its seventh season
and has progressed slowly hut surely
to its present high achievement. On
December 10, the orchestra gave its
thirty-fifth concert, the second of the
present series. The concert promises
to he an outstanding musical event.
The program will include classical
and light classical music and Christ
The proceeds from the presentation
of the concert, which will be free
will offerings, will be turned over to
the Goodfellows’ fund.
Named As Maid
Helen Jenkins, recently elected
May Queen has announced that Jane
Wiley, runner-up for Queen will he
her maid-of-honor at Queens’ annual
May Day during the first week in
Jane is a member of Alpha Kappa
Gamma, leadership fraternity, vice-
president of Sigma Mu, scholarship
fraternity. For three years she has
served as representative to Day Stu
dent Council, and chairman of stunt
night, and has been in May Court.
She is serving her second term as
president of Kappa Delta sorority.
The May Day festival, which is
usually held the first week in May,
is sponsored by the Athletic Associa
tion, and Harriet Brown, of Gaines
ville, Florida, president of the Asso
ciation, will be her assistant.
Hary Currie, president of student
body, has announced that election for
the maids of the court will be held
Soon after the students return from
the Christmas holidavs.
To Youth Meet
Theme Will Be “Facing Our
World With The Living
Christ; Queens Girls Go
The Presbyterian Youth Conven
tion on World Missions will meet at
the First Presbyterian Church in At
lanta, Georgia,, on December 28, 29,
and 30. The theme is “Facing Our
World With The Living Christ.”
The following S. C. A. cabinet
members will attend: Callie McElroy,
Peggy Sloop, Helen Jenkins, Mildrej
Lowrance, and Lucille Gw all
Among the speakers^?i
who will participate^
are Dr. John A. Ma
of Princeton Se^
life a§ a naissil
Annual Program By Choral
Club Was Presented After
The Christmas carol service of
Queens-Chicora College was_ given
yesterday afternoon, December 17th.
,yhiGh^S4»n apmjtal one
Queens On The
Air Over WSOC
Will Broadcast On Wednes
days At 8:45 P. M.; Stu
dents Perform Well
^ invocation, after whiclj'^fe^’inn
as sung my the congregafeiofi^'
given by Dr. W. H.
The following program
mas carols was given:
“While She;^rd^Vatt*^ Their
ir* Mary sGityrie,
uji d.AI Au j
tary of ?
Elliot, pastor of||
Dr. Cary R. Blal
of Highland Instif
Kentucky; and others.
A registration fee of $2.0u' w
charged. The Presbyterians o:
lanta will provide a room and break
fast for each delegate. The delegates
are e.xpected to buy their noon and
5leep,” Kriclfay bjMihte
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“In a Manger,’”*Ippolitof-Ivanof,
by the chorus.
“Dois Macolombe,” Noel Alsacien,
Trio, Misses Eleanor Alexander, Eliz
abeth Gammon, and Maujer Moseley.
An Old French Carol,” arrange
Idie, b:j^Miss Elizabeth Ga
Beginning on Wednesday, Decem
ber 1, and on each Wednesday night
since then, Queens-Chicora has broad
cast a program over radio Station
WSOC at 8:45 o’clock from Miss
Wharton’s studio on Queens campus.
These programs are under the super
vision of and are announced by Dr.
Godard, Dean of Instruction
ber the program consist-
jjimbers. The first, “Open
y Maisnet, was
e^ Maria” by
Students Plan To Have Spring
Convention Also In Va.; •
there W'Dtild ae a
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■o.rda f;OT an
Choral Clffb, nnd^
Selections of Chri'?
\v;as ft T'rettc
As president of the Southern Inter
collegiate Association of Student Gov
ernment, Mary Currie, president of
the student body of Queens-Chicora,
])resided over a meeting of the exec
utive committee of tliat organization
held December 3rd and 4th at Wil
The meeting was held in order to
]ilan the spring convention of the
body, to be held April 14th through
16th at William and Mary College
in Williamsburg. The theme selected
for this convention was “Consider
Student Government as Preface to
Society.” Miss Currie and the in
coming president of the Queens stu
dent body will attend this meeting
Other officers of the Association
at the executive committee meeting
were: Jane Speakman of William and
Mary, vice-president; Nancy Peery
of Hollins, secretary; Elizabeth Mor
ris of Farmville State Teachers’ Col
lege, treasurer; and Jane Lewis of
Baltimore, graduate adviser.
Chorus Heard In
On Sunday afternoon, December
5th, we had the pleasure of hearing
a program by the students of the
school of music of Salem College.
This chorus was brought to Charlotte
through the combined efforts of the
Charlotte Chapter of the Salem
Alumnae Association and the Char
lotte Music Club.
The choir, accompanied by the harp
and organ in a Yuletlde program of
sacred music, presented a musicologuc
on the Christmas theme in contrast
ing modes-first the ancient and then
the modern mode. Feature soloists ac
companying the choral ensemble were
Kathryn Swain, Frances Watlington,
and Lucille Davis. Clifford Bair con
The Salem school of music is un
der the direction of Dr. Vardell, and
is considered one of the finest in the
Shaw, by Mi^«^Alexander, Pmyne.
Montgomery, Mountcastle, Cumnock,
“The Virgin’s Lullaby,” Father
Finn, duet. Misses Virginia Smith
and Frances O’Hair.
“Noel Alleluia,” Father Finn,
“Lulle Lullay,” Folk song from
“Bethlehem,” Schubart - Dickinson.
“Good News from Heaven,” Bach,
“Come Unto Him,’ “Messiah,”
Handel, solo. Miss Eleanor Alex
“Silent Night,” Bruber, chorus.
“Hark the Herald Angels Sing,”
by the congregation.
At the close of the program the
benediction was iironounced, W. H.
Christmas holidays this year at
Queens-Chicora will begin on
Tuesday, December 21, at 1:00
o’clock. Classes will be resumed
at 1:00 o’clock on Tuesday, Janu
O’er the Fields
the seiboftel nftjnl
sjtng a dtSf
y night, Decem-
am opened with the
he Queens-Chicora song
ackney. The program was
by tlie Choral Club as a con
clusion of tlie broadcast of the week
before. The first number was “How
Far Is It To Bethleliem” by Shaw
with Eleanor Alexander, Mary Payne,
Betsy Mountcastle, Margaret Mont
gomery, Helen Cumnock, and Maujer
Moseley. The second number was
sung by Eleanor Alexander, Eliza
beth Gammon, and Maujer Moseley.
The song was “Dors Ma Colombe”
by Alsacian. Virginia Smith and
Frances M. O’Hair sang “The Virgin
Lullaby” by Father Finn. The last
number was “While Shepherds
Watched Their Flocks” by Praetorius,
sung by Eleanor Alexander, Mary
Payne, Virginia Taylor, Betsy Mount
castle, Frances M. O’Hair, Mary Cur
rie, Helen Cumnock, and Maujer
Dr. Godard, in charge of the broad
casts, announced tliat Dr. Frazer,
president of Queens-Chicora, would
hold next week’s broadcast. In Jan
uary each sorority will have a broad
cast, made up of a musical prgoram.
Miss Grace Robinson announced
that on Sunday night, December 10,
the entire Choral Club would sing at
11:00 o’clock over station WBT.
First semester exams at Queens-
Chicora will begin on January 19
and go through January 25.
Second semester will begin of-
ficiallv on Januarv 27.
Advice . . ,
A dancey, a date.
Perchancey, out latey
A classey, a quizzey
No passey, gee Whizzey!
Dr. Glasgow Gives
Series Of Talks
To Queens Girls
Dr. Samuel M. Glasgow of tlie In
dependent Presbyterian Church of
Savannah, Georgia, presented a series
of talks to the student body on No
vember 30 and December 1. Dr. Glas
gow was brought here by the S. C. A.
for their fall services.
On Tuesday morning at 8:15, he
conducted a morning watch service
at the Y Hut; in chapel, the subject
of his talk was “Why Go On”; at
4:30 P. M. a discussion group on
“Christian’s Approach to Others’’
was held at the Y Hut, and at 7:30
in the auditorium he spoke on “Who
Another morning watch service was
held on Wednesday. In chapel Dr.
Glasgow spoke on “What Difference
Does It Mijke?”; at 3:30 P. M. a dis
cussion on “Our Christian Personal
ity” was held at the Y Hut; and
at 6:30 P. M. the subject of his speech
was “What Shall I Do With My
Dr. (jtlasgow held one meeting
especially for the S. C. A. Cabinet.
On leaving he was presented with a
gift from Ihe Cabinet.
Two Initiated At
Meeting Of Alpha
At the regular meeting of Alpha
Kappa Gamma in Pi Hall on Tues
day, Dec. 7, initiation was held for
Miss Agnew. Following the initia
tion a brief business meeting was
held at which the president appointed
the following committees: Program
committee, Lynch Crockett, Mildred
Lowrance and Miss Frances Smith;
policy committee. Dr. Dorisse Howe,
Louise Crane and Freddy Ward; and
library committee, Lillian Smith and