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DUNBAR HOMECOMING PLANS NEAR COMPLETION; THREE NAMED FOR QUEEN
DUNBAR HOMECOMING PLANS NEAR COMPLETION; THREE NAMED FOR QUEEN
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TitleDUNBAR HOMECOMING PLANS NEAR COMPLETION; THREE NAMED FOR QUEEN
AuthorDaily Egyptian
DescriptionThe Dunbar Social and Literary Society met in the Allyn building
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1941 October 24
Volume23
Issue6
Page(s)1
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Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptDUNBAR HOMECOMING
PLANS NEAR COMPLETION;
THREE NAMED FOR QUEEN

Jeters-Pillars Orchestra
Booked For Annual Dance

The Dunbar Social and Literary Society met in the Allyn building, Monday night, and concluded their plans for the Dunbar Homecoming dance which is to be held Saturday, November 8, in the Old Science gymnasium. The dance will start at 9:30
p.m. in order to allow the students an opportunity to attend the swing concert, the SWINGPHONY of Herbie Kay, from 8 to 9 p.m. The advance admission to the dance is.75 for single tickets, $1.00 for double
tickets; tickets at the door will be.90 straight. In addition to settling the price of the tickets, the society nominated the Queen candidates and the candidates for attendants. Nominees are as follows:
Queen:
1. Essie Ray Nelson, Carbondale, Illinois.
2. Louise Young, Woodlawn, Illinois.
3. Stevetta Harrell, Villa Ridge, illinois.
Atterdants:
1. Irene Scott, Alton, Illinois.
2. Geraldine White, Murphysboro, Illinois.
3. Virginia Rose Hickman, Carbondale, Illinois.
4. Leneta Allen, Peoria, Illinois.
5. Daisy Treadwell, Madison, Illinois.
6. Minnie Hogan, Carhondale, Illinois.
The election of the queen will be Wednesday, November 5; the attend. ants will be elected the night of the dance at the door. The defeated queen candidates will be maids-of- honor and only four attendants will be elected. President Walter Oliver made a trip to St. Louis, Mo., Sunday, October 19 for the purpose of contracting an orchestra. Instead of contracting the orchestra, he brought information and blank contracts back to the society, who voted upon having Jeters-Pillais orchestra. Jeters Pillars orchestra is well known as he has made several radio engagements and is featured nightly at the Club Plantation in St. Louis, Mo.
LanguageEnglish
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