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Queens blues. volume (None) 192?-19??, May 15, 1942, Image 1

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'T- QUEENS BLUES — ^ ^ QUEENS COLLEGE, CHARLOTTE, N. C. May 15,1942 To the sound of the unis, to the blowing of t le gles, and to the roar of ^iie ■Ing planes, even May Day stivals go pafi'^otic. In _ st picture of the M ^ leen Doris Haley is wn on her attendants, Betty e Cloforth, Ruth fedmmston, He Sallv McGregor and Jno- / Jones. Maid-of-honor, Mary therine Martin, Winnie Shea- , and Martha Brandon, (rean- g from left to right). In the first row of the new dure are Winnie Shealy, Uu- le Blackburn, Ann Wilej, ne Auten, Jane Grey, an lie Meadows. Second row- ary Helig McDow, Dottic ppenfield, Ddna Adams, •ice, Betty Sue Goforth Pear^ unhow, Sally , ay Queen, Rons Ha ^Torv umy Jones, Alice J Irene Jones, Betty artha Brandon and Frances Betsy Ross, played by Adelaide Henry, seated with the flag she gave to a Nation. Hull. Third row—Peggy Efird, Ruth Edniinston, Eleanor Laz- cnhy, Mary Catherine Martin, Peggy Hamner, Margaret Por ter,' Jane Montgomery and Nancy Gaston. The Queens Guards were portrayed by Harriet McDow ell, Anne Mauldin, Frances Pierce, Alberta Ballengtr, Mar jorie Itnhody, Dot Link, Betty Burgess, Billie Harmon, Jean Rourk, Dot Funderburk and Margaret Thompson (reading left to right)-. The second picture is a scene taken during a colonial dance. The theme of the war-in fluenced .May Day was the story of Betsy Ross and the making of the Nation’s Flag. Brilliant red, white, and blue flashed across the outdoor amphitheater as Mars gave way to Venus and Apollo, and the spirit of sym bolic victory celebrated joyous ly-

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