Two young women have received queen titles recently.

Alison Johnson has been crowned 1990 homecoming queen at the University of Utah. Valerie Arango was named first attendant and Amy Hughes, second attendant.The new queen is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Gary H. Johnson. She took first place in the poise and appearance, interview and scholarship categories. She has a 3.8 grade point average. She is a senior majoring in psychology with plans to enter graduate school in the fall of 1991.

A St. George woman, Emilee Lott, captured the Utah Quarter Horse Association's queen title. It is the first time the state title has been won by anyone living south of Provo, officials said.

Attendants are Polly Adams of Utah County and Kandi Kennedy of Ogden.

The new queen, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lott, will represent Utah at the National Quarter Horse Association queen contest in Columbus, Ohio, in October 1991.

Lott, a Dixie College student, ranked high in each of the competitive categories, including horsemanship. She also won the Personality Award for her public speaking, modeling and an interview with judges.

She is the reigning Dixie Roundup Queen, was the 1988 Utah High School Rodeo Queen, first runner-up to the National High School Rodeo Queen and the 1989-90 Silver State Invitational Rodeo Queen.

She also reigns as the Junior World Timed Event Queen, a title won in August at Ardmore, Okla., where she competed against women from New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Arkansas.