Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 9
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M. V. SHOWALTER, B. A.
Graduated from George Peabody College, 1904, B. A. degree.
Has taught seven years in public schools of Texas and Louisiana.
Six years experience as a teacher in Lockney Christian College.
Abilene Christian College since 1920. Graduate study in Peabody
College Summer of 1922, '23 and '24.
MORGAN HIGDON CARTER, B. L., B. S., M. A.
Middle Tennessee Normal; B. L., David Lipscomb College,
1914; B. S., George Peabody College, 1920; M. A., Vanderbilt
University, 1921; graduate student Columbia University, George
Peabody College, Teaching Fellow in Vanderbilt University,
1922. Candidate for Ph. D. in Religious Education, George Peabody
College. Teacher in Public Schools of Giles county, Tenn.
Minister of Christ in Macon, Ga., Atlanta, Ga., Nashville, Tenn.,
and Lebanon, Tenn. 1914-'23.
Bible and Sociology
GROVER C. MORLAN, B. A., M. A.
Scranton, Iowa, High School, 1910. Student Thorp Springs
Christian College two years. A. B., Highland Park College (Des
Moines, Iowa), 1915. Taught in Jefferson, Iowa, High School,
1915-'16. Taught in Abilene Christian College, since 1916; M.
A., 1919, University of Iowa. Post graduate work in University
of Iowa Summer 1922.
Psychology and Religious Education.
LORRIN G. KENNAMER, B. A., B. S., M. A.,
Preparatory work, Madison County High School, Gurley,
Alabama; B. A., Nashville Bible School, 1916; Summer Quarter,
University of Tennessee, 1917; B. A., Simmons College, 1918;
B. S., George Peabody College for Teachers, 1920; M. A. Peabody
College, 1922; Two summers in one-teacher rural school; Professor
of Latin and German, Abilene Christian College, 1916-'18;
Professor of Natural Science, David Lipscomb College, 1918-'19;
Head of Geography Department, Sam Houston Normal Institute,
Huntsville, Texas, summer 1921; Head of Department of Latin
and Geography, David Lipscomb College, 1920-'23.
History, Economics and Geography
MISS ELIZABETH NELSON, B. A.
Taught three years in public schools, primary and high school
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