|Item ID||egyptian19391013Dunbar.tif |
|Title||DUNBAR NAMES CANDIDATES FOR QUEEN TITLE |
|Description||Dunbar members' made their nominations for queen candidates. |
|Original Publication Source||Daily Egyptian |
|Date||1939 October 13 |
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|Digital File Publisher||Special Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale |
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|Collection||Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale) |
|Transcript||DUNBAR NAMES CANDIDATES FOR QUEEN TITLE |
Reports of the five Dunbar committees were made by the committee chairmen, Wednesday, October 1, 1939. Following the acceptance of these reports, members' nominations for queen candidates were in order
L. Norton, R. Hoover. I. Harris. R. Allen. and L. Young were nominated. However, as to whom the queen will be, no one will know until October 21.
The speaker of the evening. Mr. J E. Penn. Principal of Attack Senior and Junior H. S. of Carbondale. gave an interesting talk. His theme
was "I Dare You.'' He dared Ihe society to achieve greater heights than ever before. President S. Davis told the Society that the Homecoming dance orchestra will be announced Wednesday, October 11. Also featured on the program was a solo by Mathen Curtis of East St. Louis.