The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 6, Ed. 1, Friday, October 29, 1965 Page: 1 of 8
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Gretia Lum crowned University Queen in ceremonies Oct. 29 is flanked by
her court. Starting at the bottom left and going clock-wise are: Princess Benni
McDaniel. Princess Elizabeth Faris Princess Sharon Taio and Princess Judy
Oxford. Tho Queen and her court will reign throughout the year. (Special Photo-
graphic technique by John Latimor H-SU-PIO).
Queen Gretta Lum is Crowned;
Campus Welcomes Exes Back
Gretta Lum senior from Ha-
waii was crowned the University
Queen during coronation cere-
monies in the Chapel-Auditorium
Oct. 29. Miss Lum is a member
of Beta Gamma Epsilon Women's
Social Club and is a French and
secondary education major.
University Princesses are Shar-
on Tate Elizabeth Faris Judy
Oxford and Benni McDaniel.
Miss Tate is a member of Delta
Social Club is Tau Alpha Phi
Sweetheart. Sharon a psychology
major is serving her second term
as Clerk of the House of Repre-
sentatives of the Student Con-
gress. Elizabeth Faris president of
Phi Phi Phi Social club is the
secretary for the Student Senate.
Elizabeth is a secretarial science
and religious education major.
She is president of the Interclub
Miss Oxford this year a senior
senator of the Student Congress
is president of the Delta Club and
Nix Hall Sweetheart. Judy
ROTC Battalion sponsor was
elected to Who's Who in Amer-
ican Colleges and Universities in
Benni McDaniel Tri Phi pub-
(Continued on Page 7)
The Coronation of the 1965
University Queen opened Hardin-
Simmons University Homecoming
activities tonight at 8 p. m. in
the H-SU Chapel-Auditorium.
The four runners-up for the
honor this year were Elizabeth
Faris of Abilene Judy Oxford of
Fort Worth Bennie McDaniel of
Muleshoe and Sharon Tate of
Hobbs New Mexico.
Class favorites for 1965 were
formally presented to the stu-
dent body during the program by
Class favorites chosen by the
senior class were Bennie Mc-
Daniel and David Barnhart. The
junior class chose Diane Hickman
and Howard Purpura.
Cathy Slone and Larry Alli-
son were chosen by the sopho-
more class. Freshman favorites
were Jan Wilson and Charles
The Stage Band presented
music from Broadway as a musi-
cal prelude to the coronation cere-
mony. Terry DuBose president
of the Student Congress wel-
comed visitors and guests to the
ABILENE. TEXAS. OCTOBER 29. 1965
Virginia Broyles University
Queen of 1964 crowned the 1965
queen elect. Nena Walker
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
shall Walker served the court as
Mitchell Wright grandson of
W. P. Wright of Board of Trus-
tees and son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
P. Wright Jr. was crown
Royal entertainment was fur-
nished by the University quartet
and the University Trio. The
Trio consists of Luanna Manley
Vinnie Long and Janie Cleave-
land. Jeff Lewis John McAnelly
Larry Ware and Vaughn Tatum
make up the quartet.
Miss Marilyn Mayse school of
music voice instructor and John
Wilson senior student were
Roger Williams Plays
For Homecoming Fete
Pianist Roger Williams will
climax Homecoming festivities
Saturday night with the Artist
Series opener of the Hardin-
Simmons concert season.
As a popular pianist Williams
began his career with a record
album "The Boy Next Door." In
1955 he recorded "Autumn
Leaves" on a single that may be
his best known work.
Williams blends popular and
classical music in his country-
wide tours. He has appeared on
such well known television shows
as Ed Sullivan Show the Bell
Telephone Hour Steve Allen
(Continued on Page 3)
INDEX OF CONTENTS
....pages 6" 7
Letters to Editor
Basketball schedules page 4
Homecoming Calendar page $
Little man on campus .
Religious activities page 3
ROTC news page 6
Congress notes page 2
Sports pages 4 5
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The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 6, Ed. 1, Friday, October 29, 1965, newspaper, October 29, 1965; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth98631/m1/1/: accessed March 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.