Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1917-1918 Page: 7 of 66
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SESSION OF 1918-'19
MISS NETTIE TILLETT.
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.
MISS LYNN WALKER.
Student of Prof. Entermalen, Mrs. R. M. Meadows of Smith College,
Tennessee College with Dr. H. H. Nast. Graduate of RandolphMacon
Woman's College, with Profs. Adams and Davis.
MRS. HENRY BASS.
Student of Regna-Linne, Chicago; John J. Read, Chicago; Sarah
McDuffie, Washington City; Clarence B. Ashenden, Dallas. Doing
summer study this year with a noted tenor, giving a term of intensive
study for teachers and advanced singers. Fourteen years experience
in voice training.
MISS ANNA LAURIE BASS, B. Mus.
Student of Josef Rosenfeld and Carl Venth. Received Bachelor of
Music degree at Southwestern University. Ten months study in New
England Conservatory of Boston.
MISS GRIFFIE WATSON, B. O.
A graduate of the Cocke School of Expression, and a reader of
Expression and Oratory.
B. U. BALDWIN.
MRS. G. C. MORLAN.
Graduated from Oklahoma College for Women, having completed
with distinction a four years course in Domestic Science, Domestic
Art and Expression. Student teacher in Teacher's Training Department
year of graduation. Teacher of Domestic Science and Domestic
Art, Thorp Spring Christian College, 1913-'14, 1914-'15. Present
position since 1915.
Director Home Economics.
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