The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 43, July 1939 - April, 1940 Page: 526
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
tribution to its history. . . . A delegation plans to go to
Henrietta soon to examine old court records there to find infor-
mation relative to the forming of this county."
R. L. Paschal High School, Fort Worth
This chapter has a rather long list of officers, all of which are
not listed here:
President, Bobby Schutts
Secretaries, Frances Armstrong and Josephine Rezicka
Reporter, Anne Shosid
Sponsors, Miss Ruby Mixon and Harry T. McGown
Membership is divided into active and associate. Active mem-
bers are present or former students of Texas and American his-
tory. Associate members may be chosen from among the history
students. The constitution and by-laws might serve as a model
for other organizations.
The chapter was organized in October with twenty-six charter
members, and on March 14 had fifty-nine paid-up members with
nineteen applicants, a total of seventy-eight. At the first program
in November faculty members and visitors were invited to hear
Mrs. Mary Daggett Lake. "She brought several rare books, an
old branding iron from the Chisholm ranch, and Santa Anna's
boot from his wooden leg, supposed to have been picked up at
San Jacinto." At the February meeting Dr. Kathryn Garrett
reviewed her new book, Green Flag Over Texas. The chapter has
given two patriotic programs, a dramatization of the independ-
ence convention at Washington-on-the-Brazos on March 2 and
another on the Alamo on March 6. A future program will be
devoted to a review of the articles in the Quarterly. On April 19
a school dance will be held to raise money with which to send
delegates to the meeting in Austin. If funds permit, the Paschal
Chapter may undertake to place a complete file of the Quarterly
in the library. This purpose deserves the active support of every
member of the Association in Fort Worth.
Harry McGown, citizen sponsor of the Paschal High School
Chapter, spoke to the group on March 20 on "Collecting a Texas
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