Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1919-1920 Page: 10 of 84
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AEILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
MISS ETTA WAGSTAFF, B. S.
Honor graduate of Hamiltpn College, Lexington, Ky. Taught for
several years in Lynville, Tenn. public school and the Robert B. Jones
High School. Traveled in Europe, 1914. Columbia University, 1915.
Taught in Abilene Christian College, 1915-'16-1916-'17. George Peabody
Normal and Vanderbilt University, 1917-'18 and 1918-'19.
S. VERNON McCASLAND, jO., B. A.
Graduate Winters High School, 1914; taught, 1914-'15. Student
Abilene Christian College, 1915-'16, student assistant A. C. C., 1916-'17.
Student Simmons College Summer session, 1917, session 1917-'18. B. A.
degree Simmons College. Taught in Abilene Christian College, 1918-'19.
Science and Spanish /
MISS JEWELL WATSON, B. A.
Graduate of Huckabay Academy. Graduate of Southwestern
Christian College. Student Assistant one year in Thorp Springs
Christian College and graduated in expression from that institution.
Taught Latin and English three years in Thorp Springs Christian
College. Student of Columbia School of Oratory, Chicago. Taught
Latin two years in John Tarlton College. Graduated with B. A. degree
from Simmons College. Taught in Abilene Christian College, 1918-'19.
Latin and History
MISS ELIZABETH NELSON, B. A.
Taught three years in public schools, primary and high school.
1915-'16 Assistant Director of Women's Athletics in Baylor University.
1916 B. A. degree from Baylor University. 1916-'17 Teacher of Mathematics
in Bonham High School. 1917-'18 Assistant in Education in
Mathematics and Director Girl's Athletics.
MISS CALLIE D. HARRIS
High School graduate. One year in Thorp Spring Christian College.
Special work in North Texas State Normal. Texas Christian
University 1918-19. Three years' teaching experience. Special work
in French in T. C. U. Summer 1919.
Instructor in French
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