Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1919-1920 Page: 11 of 84
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SESSION OF 1919-'20
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MRS. J. P. SEWELL, B. S.
Graduate with a B. S. degree from Carlton College. A student of
Nashville Bible School, Ward's Seminary, Mrs. McCrutcheon, Miss
Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. John Bradshaw Logman of New York. Present
position since 1912.
Student of many teachers of national reputation and some of
worldwide fame including Harold von Mickwitz, Thurl Burnham of
Paris, France, and Seomin Eisenberger of Berlin. Taught in Abilene
Christian College, 1918-'19.
MISS PAT MALONE
Eight years a student of Mrs. Frank Sutton, a teacher of unusual
ability, of Sparta, Tenn. One year a student of Mr. Alfred Seviers,
of New England Conservatory of Music. Two years a student of
Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Has successfully taught piano and
was during the past year assistant in piano, harmony and public
school music Cincinnati Conservatory,
MISS ORBAN PHILLIPS
Graduated from Teacher's Department Cincinnati Conservatory of
Music. Piano pupil of Louis Rubenstein, Mrs. Frederick Huntington,
Louis Schwebel, and Geo. A. Leighton. Vocal culture pupil of Miss
Clara Baur and Dr. Fery Lulik. Completed courses in Harmony,
History of Music, Sight Singing and Chorus Drill in Cincinnati Conservatory
of Music. Has taught several years with very flattering
success. Abilene Christian College 1915-16, 16-17, 17-18. Special
study and teaching in Chicago, 1918-19.
MISS BERNICE COMPERE, B. Mus.
Student of many private teachers. Graduate of Abilene High
School. Student Simmons College two years. Student of Anton
Navratil and graduate under him from Baylor University with B. Mas.
degree 1918. Taught Violin in El Paso 1918'19.
MISS GRIFFIE WATSONB. 0.
A graduate of the Cocke School of Expression, and a reader of
rare ability. Taught in Abilene Christian College, 1918-'19.
Expression and Oratory
B. U. BALDWIN
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