Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 9
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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 Baylor University. Taught in Abilene
Christian College since 1919. Four terms graduate study Baylor
MISS MARGARET BISHOP, B. A.
Attended Abilene Christian College, 1921-24; B. A., A. C. C.,
1924. Professor of Elementary Education, A. C. C., 1924-'25.
Graduate work, Peabody College, Summer 1925.
J. E. WEEMS, B. A., M. A.
B. A. Texas Christian University 1922, M. A. in 1923. Member
of faculty of Arlington Heights High School, Fort Worth,
PAUL C. WITT, B. A
A student in Abilene Christian College for six years. B. A.
degree 1922. Bursar for the college 1920-'24.
W. EARL BROWN, B. A.
Economics and History.
Six years a student in Abilene Christian College. Student
assistant 1920-21, and 1921-22. B. A. degree 1922. Graduate
work in University of Colorado summer of 1922, 1923, 1924, and
1925. Instructor in English Abilene Christian College 1922-'23.
MRS. E. M. RANDOLPH, B. A.
Instructor in Languages.
Several years teacher in Lockney High School. B. A., Abilene
Christian College 1925.
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