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A. D. Pi I Kappa Delta Chi Omega
Exams are at last over and we We are all so excited over the Last Sunday at feed the Chi O’s
resolve to study harder this semester, houghts of our new house that we had a number of visitors—Jean Dulin,
After exams most of us packed up can’t see straight. They started Vibez Daolez, Ferg’s sister and Lap-
and went home. Nina Brown and learing down the old one Monday tam—and our pictures were taken
Lulu Lowrance had a nice long week- and it will probably be finished by by “that man who (finally) comes
md at home. March in time for our initiation. around.” Mary Maynard is already
0 4-1 • » Tri-rirr nf pniirsp weiit Some of our girls went to the"^°^*‘y^"S which dance she wil
Catharine King, or course, went h 4.u„ « i i i
i«i 1 • 1 il Dfl-vidson IVTid—wintprs rind tlipv i«p_ I ^htcncl liic iirSL \vc0k~cnd in IVlHrcii
to Winnsboro which she is slowly ^^viason xViiu winters ana tney , ^ ^ n -/i t
surely making her liome. | ® wonderful time. The ones | Club of Davidson. Imag-
Alpha Gamma Delta
We w^ere all glad to have Virginia L^|. ..v,. .. .
Morrison as a visitor at the feed lasU Mitchell, Alice Clark, and T^ho went were Aileen Long, Marie I , , ^
I 1 1 I I Pons tTfl-Hp TCirlv'Tjfif’nplc T tIIt. ATat*-! A.iiionff tliosc wlio went to JJciVid”
Sunday night. Betty Elmore had to go see homc Kons, Jane rvirkpatricK, i.aiia iviar ,
.. j 1 4.1 „ riT ’ 11 1- iw-irif Kntherinp Martir Nancy Walker, Dutty Jones,dances jlast we|elc-end were
Brooksie Folger attended the Da oiks, too. Mary Katherine i Mauier Dot Brannon Cpnnv Smith
vidson dances last week-end and went home with Yvonne Williams, ’nd Tiny Waddill. This week-end ^“Jer, Dot Brannon, Genny Smith,
• 1 I 11 nyT 1- 1 I /Vilccn IS i?oin£? down to C'lemson fori etc. Frunnie spent the
she is to attend the Clemson mid- Snoodie Matheson, Margaret Dicker, I ^ m a f V z- n f week-end with Sara Kellv and renorts
11 Li 1 Ti^k.-ncnn Tc-ihpllp Mcnowell Mid-w'mters and Ginar Baxter witn oara jveiiy ana reports
winters this coming week-end. ^arolyn Robinson, Isabel ^ rc.-i.ci-k ui-ii^ a fine time Hickv snent the week
4, , HiiJ nd Gldays Hartzell had fun at home, s going to Spartanburg for the J^«P-1 J ^ ".“"Y spent the week
Sybil Eppes had as her guest this I I gig banquet and dance. Here’s I with Dot and says she had as
visliing them luck. . I time as room-mate, h rannie.
Rita Clary, wl,o went to Queens
- , , . , I ast year, was here for Davidson Mid. ““'■y
S. C. Isabelle Rogers, Betty Burgess, hell came to see us last Kyi^ters and w-e haven’t stopped the Duke-
and Carolyn Williams are going to with her she brought Edith Tinsley Carolina basketball game in Durham.
week-end her sister, Kathryn Eppes
Elaine Suber plans to spend this I This week-end Mary Katherine i.‘
week-end at her home in Whitmire, going to Richburg, S. C. IMary Rus
yet, cause, as usual, Rita got in her
spend Saturday with friends ^t hnd other friends. Snoodie Mathe ‘
a 1... /> .cw. 1 a . Ixin •'
Tabie, between the wedding and “Gone
Winthrop. Keller Young is looking h,on is going to Columbia Thursday I c i * • • VVith the Wind”, is still in an uproar
forward to spending a delightful hhe is taking Mary Jane Goode home Sunday night, since we mid-winters at P. C.
week-end in town with her aunt. vith her for the week-end to Ben Louie n t have the feed down at thcL^^j grand. And
Mrs R L Miller Mary Ellen nettsville. Frances Marion O'Hair ouse, we ecided to have a dutch
Mrs. R. L. Miner, ix ^ c...., “rw-rw” ^-itnrrl-iv nr popper at the lavern. It turned out vr„i.„i;,. r,„iv jj- ■
Miller, and Jeanette Hite are cominghame tp see GWIW , Saturelaj, anc j 11 ^ [Natalie and Cals wedding!
from Wlntmire to spend the week-1 visited Catharine King,
end with Julia Miller.
Alpha iota Meets
Annie Carr Powers, Betty Bloom, An enjoyable social hour was held ^
Alberta Setzer, Mary Mason, Ann Ly the Alpha Iota president, Ann Cleveland,'i.rc
Golden, Frances Truelock, Margaret Wednesday, hebruary 7, in the to pay us a visit
Glenn, Sarah Holleman, Ann Miller Vjarious games were played, and
Janes, Billie Pickett, and Kitty Sue | the Alpha Iota songs were practiced.
The business meeting was icd b, IRoMnSOTl
the president, Ileita Caldwell. Dif
ferent ways of making money '^*^^^\EntertainS StsteV
I to be a great success.
Butch Harden went to Columbia IPan-Hell Meets
last week-end to help the new chap-
The regular meeting of Pan-Hel
lenic was held in Burwell Hall at
:er with second semester rushing and|
she came back with very pleasant,., „„ , „ ,
-vy . , 7:30 on Ihursday, Febryary 9
news. Next week, our providence | . .
A very interesting program was
coming . j A , ;
presented. A member from each so-
J rority told something of the history
of Her sorority, and of the people
in the different chapters who had
been outstanding in some field.
Nine Initiated In
The Olympian circle of Alpha Kap
pa Gamma, honorary leadership fra
ternity, held initiation
Words of Class
New Plans Alter
On Tuesday evening at 7:00 the
college dining liall was the scene PmVer MeetUlgS
of one of the most delightful social o ^
b. C. A. Cabinet has planned
Exams! What could be a better
let-up from them than dancing! At
Davidson Mid-winters we were rep
resented by Jane Rankin, Nell John
son, Jean Neu, and Helen Wester-
field. Next week-end our No. 1 jit
terbug, Billie Harmon, is going to
sponsor at Wake Forest Mid-winters.
We’re proud of you, Billie.
Have you heard all the good music
coming from our house lately? We
want to thank the pledges for the
beautiful turn-table they gave us for
Hilda McManus spent the week-end
with Libba Harms.
The seniors are coming along just
fine with their practice teaching.
Betsy Springer visited Alene Ward
in Tryon last week-end. She also
went to Columbia recently to attend
Visitors at the feed lest week
were: Mary Virginia Zieverink, Jay
Thomas, Mickey Phillips, Sara Par
dee, Bobby Jennings, and Jane Hix.
We’re glad to have Jane back in
:own again. She’s here finishing her
deft'erent program for the jirayer
meetings during the rest of the schoo
The Boarding Student body
events of the year. The occasion was a
dinner party given by Miss Grace
Robinson in honor of her sister. Miss
There have been many re(}uests|Qiivia Robinson, of Philadelphia. Aft-
Fridav Februarv 2, at 4:00 in P^lfor the words of the Sophomore songLr dinner coffee was served to thel ^ een (i\i e into groups of two
an dso here they are printed he- faculty and Miss Robinson’s guests ^ ea er or each group
. j 1 ii r.Pnnlp low'. This song w'as written by Jane ja Burwell Hall.
The initiate inciudecl a Lnlaoraerv and Eli.al,ell, Isauca in
who were honored at the iast lapping Mo,itgom
fi fppiiltv Dean connection witli the theme of the
rrrs.aJn”:,D“ — D^jLoSopho.^^^^ The worda are
were honored '■'l-e seven girls chosen „l]egi„iiee, dear Mother]
from the student body were h raiic«
Riddle of Columbia, C-. ‘ t|„„„g|.„,.t
Stoner of Elberton, Ga., Elisatet |
T oAppear Soon
On April 21, the Queens Clioral the groups in
The theme of this program is hasec
on the verse:
‘Where two or three are gatherec
together in My Name, there am
in the midst of them.”
These groups meet witli their
roup leaders on Monday nihgts, anc
on Thursday nights there will be a
Brammer of Christiansburg, ^^’’1 ^pvays w'e honor, protect, and clier-jclub will sponsor the appearance of|t*’‘^ Hut. Special jirograms will be
Alice Barron of Columbia, S. C., or- McCrae, baritone. ’
othy Longenecker of Belgian gtandeth for. McCrae is a student artist at Jul-r^^'^t.'’ Idle cabinet hagussseeg dt
Maujer Moseley and Caro in( miide throughout I Hard School of Music in New York, I ^ cabinet has suggested
wards of Charlotte. I eternity
Alpha Kappa Gamma, which Our steps shall not falter,
ognizes outstanding leadership |^j[ hail, Alma Mater, to thee.
service on the campus, v as ^
organized at Farmville State Teach
ers College in Farmville, Va
chapters are located at
versity of North Carolina, University
of South Carolina, and Queens Col
lege. Virginia Smith of Charlotte
is president of the local chapter.
Dainty prints of a rabbits foot
a damp eartb.
A cozy chair—a floor lamii.
Bvron’s “Prisoner of Chillon.’
An English tea room.
A grandfather clock.
arranged for the meeting
and a native of Columbia, S. C. ItL^'*’^ other days of the week
is said that he has remarkable talent devotionals he substituted
for one so young, being only 23 nightly dormitory prayer
years of age. Last summer he wonr^Y*^”'^**'
an appointment to the opera com-| group leaders are: Irene Me
^ " Kitty Sue Harvin,
on Monday, February J
pany at Chatauqua, New' York, where
he spent the entire season. AfterCookie Scoggin, Dot Ray-
his appearcince in “Naughty Marri-r”*^”^^’ Miller, Mary Gilmer
etta'’ the follow'ing notice appeared: \ irginia Cothran, Maur-
ine I.atta, Frances Prter, Mary Mar
“His rich baritone woice contrib-L,,., Louise IBue, Mar'v Jean
uted some of the most enjoyable I Houston, Frances
[singing of the evening.” Hunter, Sarah Hifileman, Carolin
--The Columbia Robinson, Ida iMae Walkup, Louise
At jiresent Mr. McCrae is on ^biry Lyon, Mary Gunn, AI
[southern tour. The Queens ChoralStezer, and Ann Golden.
Cluh feels that it w'ill be a great
[privilege to have him at Queens. What’s In A Name
Another important musical event “What’s in a name?'' An old
of this spring is the visit of Mr. Wornout phrase, hut read these and
Ralph Dobbs to the campus, Mr. find out
Which of the tw o is your calendar? I Dobbs, a well known young artist Harriet means “mistress of the
Qitkkn's Bi.uks. ’35.1 pianist, w'ill appear under the spon- house:
sorship of Miss Mary Wharton. He Laura is a “smyhol of victory.”
will present three informal programs] Edith is a “rich gift” or “pros-
cussed By I>R>C.
The International Relations Club
held its last meeting at p^^^'l^Lanobile that won't start.
. I Galoshes
Jean Neu, who had charge o ’^jyjore rain,
program, planned a very interesting
panel discussion on jiropagan a.
Propaganda in European countries,
especially Italy, Germany, and Rus
sia was discussed. Also discussed, j^giis entertained th in Miss Wharton’s studio on March pering and happy.
were what place propaganda has >"1 in the commercial depart 4, 5 and 6. The first of these pro- Benjamin signifies “fortunate.”
a democracy and how to detect it i"I ,Hio started practice teaching grams w'ill be one of classical inter-] Frank means “free.”
America ‘After the panel had I an informal tea at pretations; the second, romantic; and
spoken 'the discussion was opened^ ^ „„ Saturday, February 3. the third, untra-modern. Mr. Dobbs|
gjj tea was given to acquaint the is considered one of the most out
1 . , -M, fitiA critic teachers under standing young American pianists
Those taking part on the panel girls "'■ >> J' Lnd it is felt that his appearance
with Jean Neu were Lucielie Gwa Iwliom lej here will he of interest and benefit
ney, Judith Killian, and Helen Coc i __ | only to those w'ho are actively
rane. I worry if you’re green; you'll engaged in the study of music, but
An important part of the program o . . are also to all w'ho enjoy really good
was the initiation of Julia Edwards,|grow. Jiut if ,v •
a new member of the club.
ripe, you’ll rot.
Katherine is “pure.”
Ethel is “nohle.”
Edna is “pleasure or delight.”
Ruth is a “friend or a beauty.”
Claude means “lame.”
Sarah is a “princess.’’
Eimly is “industrious.”
And good old Martha is a “lady.”
Guests Are Many
During Week End
Queens W'as gay this week-end with
many visitors. Mary Martha Nixon
liad as her guest Margaret Ramsaur
from W. C. U. N. C. Miss Robin
son’s sister was a guest ta dinner
Sunday. Frances Prater’s mother
spent the week-end witli her. Kay
Coan from W. C. U. N. C. visited
Virginia Goode. Annie Vivian .tones
enjoyed a visit from her sister, Mary,
who teaches at Orrum, N. C.
While we were entertaining guests
this week-end some of the Queens
girls were being guests. Plenrietta
Mclver visited Nancy Raley in Ruby,
S. C. Anne Fuller and Marjorie
Poole attended a tea given by Miss
Inglis for the busine.ss students who
begin their practice teaching soon.
Lib Porter, Marjorie Poole, and
Harriett McDowell attended David
The first meeting of the Linnean
Club in the seend semester was held
Tuesday, February (i, at 3:30.
Sottie McNulty of Pocahontas, Va.,
president of the organization, pre
sided. Tlie purjiose of the meeting
was to discuss old and new busi
ness, dues, the annual picture, the
;mll, a picnic, and the project of
Miss Sarah Nooe, advisor for the
cluh, talked. '
The largest school in the world is
Columbia’s American School of the
Air. 8,000,000 boys and girls in 200,-
000 classrooms attend through their
radios every weekday in the school
The Qukexs Bi.ues staff and the
student body extend their sincere
sympathy to Miss Ann Vann and
Miss Margaret Flo we in their
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