Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 12
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
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.
MRS. BERNICE COMPERE-HENSLEY, B. Mus.
Student of many private teachers. Graduate of Abilene High
School. Student Simmons College two years. Student of Anton
Navratil and graduate under him from Baylor University with B.
Mus. degree, 1918. Special study University of Colorado Summer
of 1923 and 1924. Taught Violin in El Paso, 1918-,19.
Taught in Abilene Christian College since 1919.
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, Chicago,
1921; Student of Frederick Darr Steele; Art Students'
League, New York, 1922; Private Studio with about fifteen pupils
at Sweetwater, 1923.
IVEN H. HENSLEY, B. A.
High School training in Oklahoma City schools. Four years
a student of Abilene Christian College. B. A. ibid 1923. Graduate
study Colorado University summer of 1923 and 1924. Director
College Band 1921-22, 1922-23, 1923-24.
WILLIAM C. SIKES, B. A., PRINCIPAL.
Finished preparatory work in Abilene Christian College.
Simmons College summer 1917. B. A. degree Abilene Christian
College 1921. Some six years successful teaching experience.
Taught in Abilene Christian College since 1921.
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