Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 11
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MISS YETTA G. MITCHELL, B. A.
B. A. degree from Trinity University 1924; Diploma from the
Expression Department; also diploma from the Academy of Fine
Arts of Waxahachie; Special work in the Curry School of Expression
in 1920. Assistant in the Department of Expression
of Trinity University 1923--24.
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 as
student of Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Has successfully
taught piano and has assisted in piano, harmony and public
school music Cincinnati Conservatory. Taught in present position
MISS MYRTLE DUNN
Graduate in Pianoforte under Mrs. R. S. Switzer of the Switzer
School of Music, Dallas; special student of Emil Liebling,
Chicago; Thuel Burnham, New York, taught piano in Switzer
College. Graduate in Voice under Elizabeth Switzer of Switzer
School of Music, Dallas; special student in voice under Frank
Webster, Chicago; Andrew Hemphill, Fort Worth; student of
Herbert Witherspoon in Chicago summer 1922, 1923 and 1924.
Director of Music in Meridian College eight years. Abilene
Christian College, since 1920.
DEWEY O. WILEY
Graduate Midland College; Pupil of Carl Venth and of E.
Clyde Whitlock; Instructor in Violin in Graham High School
1916-'19; Instructor in Midland College, 1919-'21.
MISS LOIS HOGUE, A. B.
Art Diploma Baylor College, 1919; Post Graduate work,
1920; Teacher in Art Department of Baylor College three years,
1920-'22; Studied with Forsberg and Welsh at Art Institute, Chi
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