Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1919-1920 Page: 12 of 84
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10 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
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MRS. G. C. MORLAN
Graduated from Oklahoma College for Women, having completed
with distinction a four years course in Domestic Art, Domestic Science
and Expression. Student teacher in Teacher's Training Department
year of graduation. Teacher of Home Economics in Thorp Spring
Christian College, 1914-'15. Present position since 1915.
MISS LYLIAN ARLEDGE
Graduate, Home Economics Department, Abilene Christian College.
Student of College of Industrial Arts, Denton, 1917-'18. Taught
in Abilene Christian College 1918-'19. On leave of absence this session.
MISS ELIZABETH HILL, A. A.
Graduated in the Academy of Abilene Christian College, did one
year of college work, taught two years in the public schools, graduated
with the Associate of Arts degree from Abilene Christian College,
and student of Simmons College three Summers.
(Department of Education.)
G. C. MORLAN, M. A., Professor of Education
MISS ETTA WAGSTAFF, B. S., Principal.
J. Lee Coffman Miss Ruth Speck Miss Callie Williams
Miss Gertie Horn Miss Inez Norton Miss Willie Bentley
S. Vernon McCasland --__--------.._----- Director for Young Men
Miss Elizabeth Nelson - . .._----------Director for Young Women
#perial Bible peIrturr
(For A. C. C. Bible Lecture Week)
M. C. Kurfees, Principal Lecturer L. S. White
W. W. Freeman Robert C. Bel] A. 0. Colle.
J. W. Dunn .-JF MtCar' y Foy E. Wallac Sr.
Dr. W. H. Freeman J. W. Chismy J. B. NelsonHON.
M. D. GANO SFecial Lecturer
JOSEPH U. YARBROUGH, Special Lecturer
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