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Queens blues. volume (None) 192?-19??, March 14, 1945, Image 1

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QUEENS BLUES Vol. 23, No. 8 QUEENS COLLEGE, CHARLOTTE, N. C. March 14, 1945 Nickles New Student Body President Daltons Give Scholarship To College The fact that two scholarships totaling $10,500 have been estab lished here at Queens by Charles F. Dalton and Mr. and Mrs. Parks H. Dalton in honor of the late Mrs. Charles H. Dalton and the late Miss Susan Nye Hutchinson was recently announced by Dr. Blakely. These scholarships are to be known as the Selene Hutchin son Dalton and Susan Nye Hutch inson scholarships. The donors stated that they preferred that the beneficiaries come from Mecklen burg County, but that they would leave the final choice to the col lege authorities. These two gifts bring the total number of scholarships to six since 1942, when it was announced that a goal of one hundred $5,000 schol arships by 1957 be set. Three of these were given by Captain James Parks Grey in honor of Jane Parks Grey, Lula Jane Grey, and Jane Rea Gray. The fourth was established by William D. Robin son in honor of Abbie Tuttle Rob inson. Mrs. Dalton attended Queens when it was Charlotte Seminary for Girls; and Miss Hutchinson, at tended it when it was Presby terian College for Women. Both ladies were active members of Sec ond Presbyterian Church. BECKY NICKLES, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Nickles of Charleston, S. C., has been elected president of the Student Govern ment Association for next year. Becky is president ^ of the junior class. Last year she was treasurer of the Student Christian Associa tion, chairman of the war service committee and a member of Valkyrie. She will be installed at the annual installation service within a few weeks. Sororities Initiate 46 Students C. A. Project Needs Your Assistance Hobson, Harrow, Jackson, Anderson To Hold Offices During the week from February 4-11 the Student Body officers of Queens College were elected for the coming year. Becky Nickles of Charleston, S. C., has been elected president of the student body. Becky is president of the junior class and last year she was treasurer of Student Christian Association, chairman of War Service Committee and a member of Valkyrie. Carolyn Hobson of Clinton, S. C., who has been serving as secretary of the boarding student council has been elected president of the Board ing Student Council. She was secretary-treasurer of the class during her freshman year and is a former treasurer of the Athletic Association. In addition, she is a member of Valkyrie and Alpha Kappa Gamma. Estelle Darrow who is the newly elected president of the Day Student Body is a member of Alpha Iota, is chairman of the War Service Committee and former secretary of the Day Student Council. Elnora Anderson of Louis ville, Ky., will be president of the Athletic Association next year. She has been active in Student Christian Association and Athletic Association. She was a member of Valkyrie and treasurer of the sophomore class. The President of the Student Christian Association is Virginia Jackson of Bluefield, West Virginia. She has been social service chairman and secretary of the Student Christian Association. The other officers of Student Government are as follows: Vice- President, Doris Skirrow; Secretary, Shirley Warner and Treasurer, Nancy Gordon. The publications editors have also been elected. Kitty Crane of Charleston, West Virginia, is editor of the CORONET. The BLUES will be edited by Eva Martin Young of Charlotte, and Ann Perry, also of Charlotte, will edit the QUILL. Eleanor Huske and Suzanne Blackmon are the new representatives to_Honor Council for a period of two years and Mary McGill has been elected to serve for a one-year period. The officers of Day Student Council are Elsie Blackburn, Vice- President; Tonnie Ferguson, Secretary; and Eleanor Bates, Treasurer. The four representatives to legislature are Eleanor Bell, Margaret Daven port, Virginia Scott, and Mary Lee Todd. When the BLUES went to press the other elections had not been completed but they will be in the next issue. With the elections of these new officers the students of Queens are looking forward to a new school year. The sororities on campus are being increased by new initiates, who, judging from their faces, are really happy. To their respective houses the pledges trooped and exist as actives. The Alpha Delta Pi’s new in-, itiates are Florence Robinson, Nancy. Chaffin, Bonnie Thrash, Lyim Currie, Nancy Stitt, Betty Simpson, Ann Tarrant, Ellen Jor dan and Barbara Brimberry. Kappa Delta initiates are Betty Barber, Ruth Ewart, Wilma Latta, Carolyn Porter, Helen Switzer, and Joy Ann Beam. The new initiates of Phi Mu are Jane Cantrell, Jean Thompson, Margaret Davenport, Peggy Burns, Peggy Mitchell, Elea nor Huske, and Betty Sue Tru- lock. Alpha Gamma Delta has as its new initiates Ruth McGrath, Mary Katherine Nye, Bettj^ Ann Combs, Ella Jean Hardee, Sarah Lee Cochran, Janie Mitchener, Kitty Cooper, Ruth Lawhorn, Doris Moore, Mannon Bryant, Winkie WUliams, Neva Applewhite, and Kat Barrier. Susan Blackmon, Alice Nall, Alys Martin, Cecil Bowen, Ann Emerson, Florence Hamilton, Lois Wilson, Nolly Thompson, Marcella Linares, and Charlotte Plumlee are the initiates of Chi Omega. Alpha Delta Pi had its banquet at the Barringer Hotel Saturday, March 3rd following the initiation on Saturday afternoon. Kappa Delta’s had their initiation Fri day, March 9, followed by a ban quet the 17th. The Phi Mu’s in- iation was held Saturday, March 10 and was followed by a series of parties starting with a banquet at the Charlotte Hotel Saturday night, breakfast at the Tavern Sunday morning, and a picnic Sunday afternoon at Frances Bry an’s house. Initiation by Alpha Gamma Delta was also Saturday, March 10 and was followed by a banquet Saturday night. Chi Omega’s initiation was held 'Thurs day and Friday, March 1st and 2nd, followed by their banquet Satur day, March 3rd. Congratulations to the new ini tiates. SAFER FLYING Army Air Force fields now have instrument landing systems at stra tegic airports along their 100,000 miles of military airways which make it possible to bring planes down through low ceiling condi tions to within 50 feet above the center of an airport runway. Samuel Inman Speaks Tonight Samuel Guy Inman is going to speak tonight in the Queens audi torium at 8:00. Samuel Inman is the advisor to the State Depart ment on Latin American affairs and a member of the United States delegation to the Mexico City con ference of the American Republics. Immediately at the end of this con ference, which has just been con cluded, he took a plane to North Carolina where he is giving a series of addresses in 21 colleges and universities during the two- week period from March 8 to March 22. 'These addresses are being sponsored by the Southern Council as a part of its program of public information which was inaugurated in North Carolina last fall. This state will be the first in the country to get from a State Department official a first hand analysis of the results of the Mex ico City conference. So let’s all take advantage of this wonderful opportunity! Would you like to help a poor, helpless negro child? You can. Furthermore, it will not tax you greatly to do so. A new negro nursery has been started here in Charlotte at the Mount Maria Baptist Church and is in dire need of supplies. S. C. A. here at Queens has asked 'Mrs. Williams, who is head of the nur sery, if the students cannot help her in her efforts. Emphatically she says we can by contributing any or all of the following articles: dishes, glassware, towels, wash clothes, blankets, sheets, tooth paste, tooth brushes, soap, chairs, tables, blackboard or small slate, rugs, cooking utensils, silverware, sleeping garments or any chil dren’s clothes, toys, dishtowels, toilet tissue, paper napkins and towels, and kleenex(*) S. C. A. is positive that every Queens girl has it in her power to find one or more of these articles, either by writing home for them or by actually getting them herself at home. An appeal is made especially to the day stu dents who will probably find these supplies more easily obtained than the boarding students. Bring these things to school soon and place them in the large cardboard box in 'The Hut. The nursery will not be able to open and rvm effectively if these commodities are not supplied soon. Can you find it in your attic or basement and gather cast-off things your young brothers and sister have used? We hope so. POST WAR AIR TRAVEL An average of 280,924 passengers will travel annually via air to Europe according to figures com piled by the Civil Aeronautics Board. New Student Officers Chosen At Queens MISS CAROLYN HOBSON. MISS ESTELLE DARROW. o % MISS VIRGINIA JACKSON. MISS ELNORA ANDERSON. '‘g^SIDENTS: They are, Carolyn Hob.on, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Pat H. Hobson of Clinton, S. C.; Estelle Darrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Darrow of Charlotte; Virginia Jack- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Jackson of Bluefield, West Virginia; and Elnora Anderson, daughter of Rev. and Mrs V A Anderson of Louisville, Ky.

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