The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 55, July 1951 - April, 1952 Page: 87
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Affairs of the Association
2:00 P.M. PROGRAM Sun Room
JOSEPH SCHMITZ, presiding
A Recapitulation of Jane Long.......... ........ ANNE BRINDLEY
Judge Alfred W. Arrington, Judge William R. Rhodes,
and the Case of Summerfield. ................... . P. I. NIXON
The Passing of the Longhorn ....................... T. R. HAVINS
3:30 P.M. BUSINESS MEETING Sun Room
EARL VANDALE, presiding
Treasurer's Report ..................... ...CORAL HORTON TULLIS
The Affairs of the Association ................ H. BAILEY CARROLL
ANNUAL JUNIOR HISTORIAN MEETING
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
9:3o A.M. PROGRAM Maximilian Room
JANE WRIGHT, Robert E. Lee High School, Baytown, presiding
Lieutenant Colonel Godfrey R. Fowler
JUDITH SUTTON, Palestine High School
A Piano for the Panhandle
TERRY HENDRIX, Highland Park High School, Dallas
Old Howard Home.. MARTHA PAUL ROGERS, Henderson High School
Fort Concho..... LORETTA STEWART, San Angelo Senior High School
Earliest Cattle Drives Originating at Cuero
BEVERLY STEVENS, Cuero Junior High School
Thomas Stovehouse, Confederate Guerilla
TOMIE HOLMES, McCamey High School
Tree Wool In Texas.....FRANCES VOGELSANG, Cameron High School
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
12:00 M. LUNCHEON Crystal Ball Room
TERRY HENDRIX, Highland Park High School, Dallas, presiding
Independence-the Athens of Texas .... Written by JEANETTE GARBER,
presented by JOHN SMITH, Robert E. Lee High School, Baytown
The Old Tremont House-1839-1928
ABBIE HUGHES, Ball High School, Galveston
John Shary, Citrus King of Texas and Prince of Lower Rio Grande
Valley Colonizers ... JACKIE LEE CARTER, Edinburg High School
Announcement of the 1951 Junior Historian Writing
Contest and the 1951 Chapter Awards.......... JAMES TAYLOR
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