The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963

Affairs of the Association

The Mysteries of San Luis Pass . . ELIZABETH RUSSELL
Ball High School, Galveston
The Cavalry of Christ . . . BERNICE MOCZYGEMBA
Edinburg High School
Old Sandies Chapel . . . . . . . . MELANIE MOORE
Robert E. Lee High School, Baytown
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
The University of Texas
12 M. LUNCHEON
Main Ballroom, Texas Union
MALONE HILL, Stephen F. Austin High School, Austin, Presiding
Invocation . . . . . . . . . . NANCY KOWERT
Fredericksburg High School
Announcement of the Leslie Waggener Memorial
Awards of the 1962 Junior Historian Writing
Contest and the 1962 Chapter Awards . . WALTER E. LONG
Chairman, Civil War
Centennial Commission
2:oo P.M. JUNIOR HISTORIAN TOUR OF AUSTIN
The twenty-third annual Junior Historian meeting at the
Student Union on the University of Texas campus was divided
into two morning sessions-one for junior high school chapters
and one for senior high school chapter members. The senior high
school chapters met in the auditorium of the Union and witnessed
opening ceremonies presented by members of Chapter No. 61,
Robert E. Lee High School, Baytown, Mrs. Sybil Jordan, sponsor.
The junior high school chapters met in the Junior Ballroom of
the Union.
Following the morning sessions, the delegates reconvened for
the luncheon meeting in the Main Ballroom of the Texas Union.
Malone Hill, Chapter No. 123, Stephen F. Austin High School,
Austin, presided and introduced the principal speaker, Walter
E. Long, chairman of the Texas Civil War Centennial Commis-
sion, who announced the writing contest winners and presented
the 1962 chapter awards. Sincere appreciation is also extended
to Milton Waghalter, Frances Preston, and Grace Lewis, who
provided invaluable supervisory assistance throughout the meet-
ings. The Association is especially grateful to the University of
Texas Press for the Texas publications that were made available

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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101196/. Accessed October 21, 2014.