McMurry War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 20, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 4, 1933 Page: 2 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
McMURRY WAR WHOOP
sJiufenTl'uUiriiliimZf McMurr) (oilier ItW.-nc I exns
Member Tcias Intercollegiate I'rcss Association
"Entered as second class nutter at the I'o'toffite at Abilcni Texas.
Subscription Hates. $1-50 per year .75 per term
Advertising Hates on Application to the Husiness Manager
HEEP BIG INDIAN
hditoi-iu-( tin f
Feature l riter ..
Heligiuus Activity Kditur
Attini! Itiiiinr"-. Manager
Asvittniit Business Manager . .
.. Kathcrinr Simpson
. . Alhi'lda r.ilfc
. Flo)d Marshall
...La Fa)c Sttiichcoiiili
Claude F. Myers
.... Joe Henry V'isthkaemper
As Wordsworth haa said
"Who is the happy warrior? Who is he
That ever) man in arms should wish to he?
It is the generous spirit who when brought
Among the tasks of real life hath wrought
Upon the plan that pleated his boyish thought
Whose high endeavors are an inward light
That makes the path before him alwn)s bright:
Who with natural instinct to discern
What knowledge tan perform is diligent to learn;
Abides h) his resolve and slop not there
Hut makes his moral being his prime care."
Alsie Carleton is McMurr) College's happy warrior;
brave sincere and eer read) to give his services to others.
He is all that Wordsworth tlestrilies in his happy warrior
AMe is President of McMurry Student Association a
member of the Life Service Hand and Ministerial Forum
and President of the Young People's Division of the North-
west Texas Conference and a member of the McMurry Band.
Hesides all of these activities Alsie teaches trumpet to Bob-
bv Jay and seems to be prouder of this one thing than all of
his other accomplishments. He also lettered in basketball in
1'HI ami is a member of the Scholarship Socielv.
His chief amusement is working in the McMurry Book
Store giving out mail in the Post Office while a dozen peo-
ple at the front arc asking for something else. (He feels
"Smile and the world smiles w'itli you" seems to be Al-
sie's life's motto and this is the reason why the students of
McMurr) will always place him on a high pedestal which
stands for the highest and best character and one after whom
we wish to pattern our lives.
With the Exchanges
President Hall Gossip
I La Halla and Beth were reall)
The students of Geoigla Tech Fri(av They just
have been grunted n cottaiti ( ij 0 avc some outet for their
nunilier of cuts eiith semester jrits ho they began by shooting
piovided they mo doing "f. fr fjre crackers. Then they tied
vvoik The cut sv stein wii's agioe ' p a tne joor on second.
utile to the faculty incnilii'is
now students will lie allowed rt. wonder how people like
nioie total uupounlizcii absences ai)e Killingsworth can look so
than eei befou. The Teolinl- innoLcut and vet know about and
iU e. e into ever)lhing that happens
in the hall. The onlv thing that
I'nder the direction of G E ieall) worries Mabel is how to
I.cftvvich tin Duke Univorslt) learn her French.
Symphony Onhestia is mnkin!
.. .i.:t ... 1... . :..i.l .1 :.. li..li v..i. Tl..r.. ....-. some sound tirin-1 sd MT ' nl '" ' bad li
ciples in regard to the matter and it is quite certain that present base a featuie storv and knew
onditions need to undergo a great change and who knows but wliut
it muv come from some contribution of foolish "echnocracv .
llrnmrriis: Crawford Habb Hoberl Curry Matlie. Church Doris
Fowler. Lliabeth Juhnin Margaret Phillips Medeah Rowlings
Mar) Jane Simpson Doruli Smith. La I ave Stmcliromli It) man
'league Dorothy Ward Alline. Williams. I
'hl'isrs: Keonline Watson Mildred Williams and Dorothy Marshall
The War Whoop Motto
For the wrongs that need resistance;
For the tause that needs assistance;
For the future in the distance.
And the good that we tan do.
THIS THING CALLED TECHNOCRACY I
"lhe Whole World is an usyliiui and we are all era) about
soiiu-tliiug or other."- Shakespeare.
War' Hiioin! Piiiiii ! And then a mil depiession. With a
slump in business iheie alwii)s springs into being a greut many
xmmiiM for the iiiiforluuate (wliuli happens to be in this case the
inlire woildi. lhe lemed) thut happens to be piopost-u in tins f . f.!!.!; i1uiL..out all the college. A
partniilar a-e is none other than Iciliuoerat ) I In leader of these ir- W1R mer ottcrH u iultrw umi misunderstanding between
IVtb.MMr.ils who prophesied the pirseiii dia-tei lorii.tl) is How- nmnhvis f 1t. Mment body. Is the spirit at McMurry strong
tin! S..II. a boastlul lellow who hails fioin irgiui-i. It is the axis p u (( m.I110lsh mlmv A u. u).ge spirit will do such
on wlui I. Tei hum ruts levolve. He has one i.r the best brains in the us Mt.Mlrr) .i; ki of a fwn(. or mu it be admitted that other
ioiiiiIiv and is mil) lit)-lwo veais old. lhe leihuooriils them- lo) surpuss McMurr) in this respect V All colleges strive
selv.s a. a vei) -nuill group ol mui.IiMs cugiutt s and ciimoiii' ( f ((. . - ; wmll )e y rea01iabe l0 think that
is. II. . b.uime impie-sd b the wliiih-sa o ni-lu ration ol labor- iM()Mll ha uwe lt. .IO.r .. ln formulating a good col-
siivnie maihiuei) dining the (iii-nl War mid lhe deudul to stutlv i j '
its flt on lhe eiononm condition of the I mted Stales uftt-i peace ( )t rim.( M)UW lia McMurrj la u good spirit be-
hiul been piuihinmtl iuue the enrollment ol the upperclussmen s-liows that the) are
TVv vuhiitlv intend to make puppets mil of all winking men Htlfll.a . . 1 NM euil oltR.rH j u.ir )at. h can
in lhe I uitt.l Male- lor piopose to give evuv man twenty thousand it. rt.u(;N - (1a( tlt.ro ute icUcr ft.t.ngs of friendship and
u veal mi me in exiuiinge ii in nous i .. ..a ...... ....; ms . than at McMurrv
plans fin a toin; seveml nut-ie
clubs of tin- iiniM'isitv will iri
wit lithe nii-ho-trn. The Duke
Universpy On-hosti.i is -me of
the few oil; iiimitions ol Its kind
in the Siti'h." The Cliionii'e.
Alline certainly thought
Today is memorable in the his-
tory of our nation. This is the
last March on which a president
will bo inaugurated. Hertaftcr.
the chief executive of our land
she shall take the oath of office in
was putting one b) the matron . January. Only time will tell
when she cleaned up her room af- U hat the United State will nc-
ler quiet houi. Just as she fin-l coniplish under the leadership of
islied and was bragging about it I'lanklin D. noosovclt and ou-
to Glad)s Mrs. Estes stepped 0Ul John Garner.
around the corner. Wonder how
he felt! The MrMurry Band and pep
I squad were asked to take part
There is one freshman who is:. .i.e nationwide celebration
the elver of
Hnscniniv Uiih of AiiiiuillJ
and Ijivenie Newell of Milfoid
ns iTi.ins"iitntlves of Tip.itv w.-n
s.. n.i.l nifi.-.. I II... wiii.Pii's .1. . tertainlv Rettine smart. These t-vinx- nr nerhnns
vision of the invitation deb ite j sarcastic remarks that she is pick- tnc invitation was only maklnc
tournanient sponsoied !iy Abi-
lene Christian College of Abilene
February 10 and 11.
Halph Illlitt editor of the Mei;
' aphouc of Southwestern vvnti-
i unusual at title on the --a I.
A question now fating the student hod) is: "Does McMurry
it? .Meaning tloes .McMurr) have a ml lege spirit.' a goon
no way of getting one. lhe nle
struck him that he could confe-
thut he had no story and that
was what the urfle con-i-etl pf
his confession of his m k of a
stny. What u storv' What a
Miss Mary Helen Hardin ol
Childless was ci owned 'Queen o
the College" at a formal coiini
ation cereiiionv at the Adniiui
tration audittoriuin Kbruuiy :!7
The Prauie Can) on.
The male chorus piesentetl i-
the "Little llroadcast" hi Wan
I was really a wow! Ha lor V
ing up from Charline aren't going .mnnli?n miecrh. We micht
over so big. Better just act na- lmvc nmile (ie same promise had
tural La Halla. Uvc 1)len in .s pnce. Who
. I r knows?
We wonder why Eurena never
pla)s her trumpet. We've heard
that she really can pla) it. j
These quiet little girls reall)
have personalities. Hetty Farley
has gone so far as to take her
roommate's boy friend.
March ramo in like a lamb
Will she adhere to tradition and
go out like a lion?
"The Slirn of the Cro-V showed
how fin he movie Industry had
advnmeil 'n the way of talking
... i . nil" uivs me nisioncai picture
..v.. juuu f5c .cj..i: iuiu
he) stay told tveryone had
1 YELLOW JOURNAlTl!
Weaiy Willie Sen:
when nobody don't
u w.ik tt-u mouths a -ui belwieu the vents ol twuil)-fit and .j.it l(;x tim lia MKj( a lJul.Ni011 t.er tu. iu 0f an)Oiie i and somebody els. j;oes and tells
fortv rive I hue is tpnle a bit of appeal to the aveiage man in -ulIi ( (l p iamml ma K. uttter be all read) in tore that Me- ' 'lhe .South Ttnn. Kingnile.
a si.it mi ut What would httome t.l mini's ambitimi mid future ii N)l) rea ht(s n .iu. .almt sirii. "McMurr) has it"1
he ) i. bled to sh a ra-.li p.onuse Would .1 pav ' K nil men wt-ie voU - q ) Wl ((m1 a( Jo.in Tupon
.1 . I .. !. I I 1.1 tl. I... ...... 1. . ... lit um in I
plait. I on llit same level would tlit-ie be ninth ov in livin
htrmng to in.il.e his lovetl tun - happv. anil gtl abend ol his ever.
iiri- i on- ii. ikIiImiI". ( no hi. in wno tins tiiivniiitii nv a prmt-
PRIDE OF THE SOUTH
f i v.i lulu iii 1 1 ..in the Dawn. Mini ol one million anil live hundred
llion-aiul vtai- lino in i Hiding In lleiuv Pun held (Khiini one of mil
glial iiinit in stieiilisls hiiiblinU tome to a -Inutlstill in life'-
gltii some tntl lelilse to l;o on'
l.itv paliiolie ntiin of llu- gienl toiinli) ol mils has inte
lhe b. -in A ol lhe Million held ileal lo In- beiut the winds '('.lie
mi- Ii) t iv .ii 'ive me ih nth." Ifthnotimv demands (bill we sin-
it-mi. i llu- t i -iin.il libeitv ol ours to n -.iiinll
ulmli ii.iil.l i.nlv u-oiilt in a . uniiiiuiii-li
wliuli tin ltiis-.inns biboi loilnv Is M
thev arc sill uiakiiiL. eamp'iiKii
and other iiuinipnitant subjects
Here's hoping the election turned
lute that is hard for outsiders ou olvl'.v-
next night Whattanian'
Civilizetl as we aie we still fol
i an nol
nl In -l
l ill lli. i
oulbuisl llutl i
I niveisiiv. tin I
Ihev an iiuiking mi nieigv suivev of lhe otlh nieiitiin toutiiieiit.
Ml Ivpes ..I iniii'V imti'bmiital buniaii iigtit ulluial I ait- to be
ledin til lo a toiniiiou tlt'iitimiunlor I'imii llu-. iin piotliittil linn-
moiliiv uin be mi ii-uii tl. This i-uerg) miivcv will nuiki possible
llu (ni'ili.uilinj.' ..I our picM-nl business svslfin for it will uiiike pos
MbH lhe leliiliou belweeu eneig) I'liipluvmeiit puces and indcbl
. ilnr" in our etonouiie ssltni.
gienl inaiiv people scoff al the I'et huoi'iatic idea but it I
U ..I t icnlisls without nlltiwiug tune for ihougbt on the
an- ii gmil niiinv laulls to be found in llus sudden '
being toiubiilttl iiuilei the aiisput-s of t'oliinibin
an- al -o some wtulhwlule things itiuiiitlid Willi it.
We Texaus have a pride in our
tu untleistaiiil. Though lhe) feel the same thrill al the sight of
(lid Glorv. the) cannot quite tomprehend the emotion that is almost Ami so Governor Milium A
leveituie with which we salute tin- Lone Star. No doubt a great I-'eiKUson aceptetl an mutation
niniiv McMurrians. who have spent pan of their lives in other to he piesent at the anuiil A low old Hammaruhi's teachings
slates wondei wh) we uttath so much significance to the second M. Cotton Pageant providing it Mildied stepped out with the
ell appointed class ol Maiih and what lexas lias to lie so proud ol tliem. mil even is at all possible for her to leave i soph piexy J. K. not to bo out
I liiivi-iiimeiii uudei ' " 'I1 bave a part with us in the fadeless glory of days Austin at that time aeioitlmn done gallantly est m led Stuffv
f fimiii tu be realized that aie past and gone we hope )ou will help us to honor the memory to J. S M.igfoitl. professoior Ag (gotcha Ilniuarlo) home - then
. . . ..r ..... l f 'l- i ...... . .... ' l
nnit'iiiy Hint ciiainuiin oi tin pan ne saw 'Mil' casting her benulti j
was -how n to record nrciiKtng
... .. ..!. !....& .. I.IaI. tmn . a
i I .. . . . n i -it I t P1- '' ''Mill IIIIIC .. 1. KW 11.
found that out except Berrvhill . . . . t..u.. n.
i tr- - . i ' i ". i show that the majority of the
ad now Virginia has earned her. . ... .... ' ...
n ' people will still pay to see bet
ter type shows.
It is interesting to note that na-
tural sounds recorded do not
sr-und real on the screen but im
ilations for the natural does
cem realistic. For instance res-
in stiitnrs connected to cans ol
Don't be a bit surpnsed if sev ' ...riou sites and description
einl Tcvins tlepaii for Atkansos whcn u0d give forth the barks
soon Hiich Wadthll grnrtnusly ' 0f n ()(j
consented to show its a pictuiej
of "the gill I left behind me" ami "-jf rfh K you will fill it
it created a mild disturbance. xwt beautiful things to remem
Hold me .Mamma- IV Arkimsm ir
Dun Doilson professor of cd
Wal' Folks here's anothei tri iication keeper of tho bookston
angle I-'ieenien went to see Ju maker of speeches ticket taker
tuns I. the other night ami re- and a person to whom one muv
turned with such a favorable re- tell his troubles informs this de
pint that J. Arthur tinted her the partment that keeping the needs
of the student body at heart the
book store has installed a pencil
machine in the library. By put
ting a nickel in tho slot one re
Ives inlo n thitutoiship that is in 'f the heioes of Texas.
ILHth he Churches
I'mst Mt.iiiopisi Ciii'iicii
lit v t al I . nghl will pit-mb loi the imiiuuuiioii -I'niie wliuli
ill hi In 1.1 at the moiuiug lioui. I'lie ihoil will sing an nutheiu
1'exns is unique among tho states of the union six flags have eant. Ex Governor Jim Kermisi
wnvtil ovei her feilile valleys ami broad prairies. She was once a vvill probably iicoiitiauy his wife
Itepublie. one of the nations of the world. Onl) ninety-seven years nnd a number of the member or
ngo Texas was a Mexican province. In gieat strides she has moved tbe Legislatmc have signified
loiwiutl in that short lime to the position which she now occupies. I that they will be t licit' for the
Hie has heionie a land of thriving towns and glowing cities the occasion in Mis. Feiguson'.s pai
home ol a people that has absorbed part ol the majt-st) and gran- tv. Tbo Itatlalion
ileui lluit is hei vatness and let it make them different from an) '
othei people ou eaith.
Ou Maiih 2 l!U(i thev met in the little town of Washington
ou lhe llnuos a gioup of grim-hut'd tletermiiied settlers. The
tviaiui) of Mexiio hail driven then to the stt-p the) were about
I and the next dav the break with the Mexicans was made and the I " ' -tti .it filiations not In
Itepublie of Texas was proclaimed. F.vents followed thick ami ;on"" w.h ul of l1 mn-
... .'. i -i- . ..i'.i.. 1...1....-...1 iv i.i..... isitition. for an oppoituuity to
iiKo lhe davs thut folluwed.
Ihcie are ihice word that will alwa)s thrill Toxhiis and excite
in tin m even vet a hot le-ieutmeut and a fierce pride. The Alamo
(.oluid San jauuto w aie to us what Thermopylae was lo the
(.iccks what Lexington and Concord are to the thirteen original
stales. Wo honor on Independence Da) those brave men the first
It'xuus who (ought and died then. Austin. am Houston rnniuu
coives a pencil which ho ni'iv
sharpen in a sharpener fastened
In the top of the machine. No
plug mckles alowed.
- By Laughing Water.
vvus poitra.viug someone else.
This Johnson Iteul case is as bright fieshmun observing
. l..... it .us
evor.v night anil m between
fill sinil. in the diieition of Ihllv
Lester- It's vour move J. K. I
I T C. V. stiiilent body has usketl
their hoaixl of tnistetes for legal
I uetl (lancing and bridge. The
.students also asked for full coit
And has this Helen Walter
been stepping out' Couitiug
Hugh Anthony one peuod and
strolling about the campus with
Dick Marshall tho next.
tales several guls stand up when "Bed
wing was puiveu remai mhi-
Ho ho those silly things don't
even know our Alma Mater."
If Yeats vvill promiso to keep
her mouth shut we'll leavo her
out of this column.
O 11. is so modist loserxcdj A visitor remaiked that weV
or watcha call it that he has to ceitainlv have a buiioh of friend
i"Y" iTJi.""'! r!'" . ' . .uuhtmiuni! ly Ki.ls-out here-wo could have
and for an aged professor's fund
The student body Is awaiting tin
decisions ol the board.
The rouises of instiuction a
listed in the aiuial autioiincc-
ii llu eiv Ihougbt ol line." I ihth. 1 dn.i. ami Mime Vaughn it.ukel. nnd above all Travis -are our Texas heroes. We are ' meut liullelin of K. T. S. T. C in
sing us an olleiloiv the selection Jesus lulls .Me l.iatlv
Ion will tonilucl a spot ml song smite. :il the evening hour
s J..v.vr..J 0 30
Mottling si ino lll.fi.'i
oung IV.. pie S'lviie d lri
Imiiiii)' sitm 7 lri
pimid of tlit-iu We cherish their iiiemoi). And we hope that i hide pivrequisite studies of
we shall nevu fml to give our lives to Texas in peace as nobly as' those of lioshmen and sophomott
ihev thtl in war. -M. L. I..
UOW STUDENTS SPEND
"si I'vi i Mi iiuuusr rmmdi
spci ml iiiiisit will be given b the
Ktv It s Mmshall will pit at h
dot! at lhe nimning houi
ibmi nl lhe morning sfivut
Siiud.tv mIiuoI )..U1.
Moiuiug servne 1055.
oiiug People Seivice (i..(0
I veiling invite 7 30.
Oak mi(m.t Mi.tucmisi (Jiii'tuit
il'oulnuioil fixuu page one)
now foi all of lhi'so aie in v hob
'lhe t hint h ol lhe Living i.j.s
lule some students toil illh
goiltl) ou the itlhlotic field oth
.is mo making lhe long dioad
(ill long labs.
'I guess I'll tho stiilgghug thin I
those long hours in that lab" I
iiiiik and ailvanced course
- which belong to Junior and So
ami all of people around them. I '' status. The college offer
Othois lead cutioiit inagiirinos half a thousand credit courses
and newspapers and a few get in. -
some good hours of study. i Woathoifonl C.olege Is still
"I spend my time stud) nig dt. goss-ipiug and growing tlirty.-
igeutlv in the lihtttry.'
'Ilenilliig is my favoute pas
inn. mill Itx.king at pictt) pic-
tines comes next "
' I like lo go to the tihrtuy and
see how funii) oven hotly Uniks
Suutbiv nhool l) 30.
Miniiing neivlie 11 3K
oung Piiiple soivice ti.30
tv ruing Seiner 7:30.
Music holds a high place in. when thev stud)" said one
i tho McMiinv students hie Lis bnght (roshumii
One of the most up-to-date air-
ports is located at Ahilene's front
door. Tri-motor planes making
toiling In the music ovoi the in Gosiping is u favonto ivastimo ""') "P give you or your
(liuti Mi.iniuiiM Mismon
I7lh and Pine
to ask her for a date. disillusioned him by telllnit him
about the I. H. It. banquet but
Brown must have been wink we didn't.
ing late at a giotetv store- he
cttiue to the nulv with flour all Mattio Helen Church s)s she
over the lapel of Ins vvaisttout had rather gossip with a gill
pii'siuiiablv (ixmi curving a tlmn her boy fueiul. Muybo ho
sat k of limn homo has oilier things to do.
You can't ever tell about these The incumbent assistant to the
quiet gu.vs Kdilli ixulo homo well known ngistrur '.whom we
with Gist and was oveiheaixl say-! might also mention) is dlstin
ing she was shocked. Oh par gulshed as a class "beauty ' ts up
don us -wo didn't know the car (or circumspection. s Goethe
was wiied up )
Wonder win Hinor hangs
iiroiiutl the War Whoop oflire so
much i an it bo that Ids tusto
has snffeiod a sudden change
from biuuettos. to blondes?
Those crushes seem to run in
the Johnston family from tho
Howaitl llollowell will pieaih nl
Sinul.tv sihool 'l.LS.
Miiiiiiug M'tviir 11 :(K
Kvi'iiinc seivice 7 '30.
'Hie Kpwoilli League service will bo at 0:30 p. in. with the
Young People of the Firul Methodttt Church in diarge of thii pio-
.i... mil. ii. 1..L- in... I. ii.. vinini. inr i. ..ii. i... .....i .i.i i.. vi.. I mail last transportation connect
piano and uthei liistiunient Mutix The boys like their bull I "S " I'lan" to all parts of
seems to bo vei.v onovable session-t vvheiv thov discuss va ' -''uteil States.
"I practice hmi mv violin in'iioit suhjotts riu guls spend' o
nil lolsiuo time' I theii tinu. liilkin ..li.tm nl)....'
"Lislening to Cab Callowti) is.giils ami tho handsouie' aii.l Farming
the morning and evening all I want to do." slated a tall laekv bovs on the campus ami Ti.or Countv's Farm Demon. 1 1-an.iuet with Dot Jam.sm
in heated Ih.v on the campus tho N.vs they would like to go lall0ll AgnU i j( A1i Wluil'll "Stud" think
II ut) life could bo filled with with i. .i f .. .::.. '
mn.l. ....v.- .11... ..1.1 I. I. I I Pi I !....... ... ." . . -- -. r
...... s . ......r ..... .v .. i i.ii.i' ...is iiiiit'ivni iiivtmiiigs
tuv. . for ililforoul student1. To some it
said 'tho 'she' is mild in all wav's
except regarding 'lies' " nnd
this applies hero to our above
mentioned beauty ttlio needed -she
wanted she hunted nnd
she got him at least momenturi
While passing through llio.m
biary the other day Friday toSe
WIIV Ulllt' Jouuics cot II uo'oxn.'t I ..rll.....l n ... I ... fk
would think ho is an vhl hand at ' ner very much in a huddle Vn
the game couple nobody woultl suspoci
Proin the smile on her face you
I red Bovd ust can not gel would think C.la)ton had cnck
over his high school da)s-vvo ed a Joke. Watch out. Kurlov
hear hod a dale for the Battoiy this Claxton is some dlmilified
Some warts sHnd thivo-fourths
ol their time in tho McMurry Li-
brary pottering the librarians
nieaiis an easy chair and to olh-
eri it is something that la snn
but not forfutttu.
ami helping them to make sue-. Nome wise gu.v remarked that
cessful ami happy lives. This Minims would have made u bet-
helps to make a prosperous com- tor chaiimau if ho had had a
munity and a better place in j bottle sticking out of his pocket
whkh to live. you must remember that Mlmmi
Ihttlma is not satisfied with ex-
ercising her chumw on tho poor
men but practices on animals
toosho va seen walking l
tbe step at St. Paul with a pack
of dov t her hHli.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
McMurry War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 20, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 4, 1933, newspaper, March 4, 1933; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100671/m1/2/: accessed June 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting McMurry University Library.