Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 14
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14 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
successfully taught piano and was assistant in piano, harmony
and public school music Cincinnati Conservatory. Taught in
present position since 1919.
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 and 1923. 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. Taught Violin in El Paso,
1918-'19. Taught in Abilene Christian College since 1919.
CHAS. R. BREWER, B. L., B. A.
B. L., David Lipscomb College, 1914; B. A., 1918. Student
George Peabody College for teachers, Summer Sessions 1915,
and 1916. Student University of Texas, Summer Session
1921. Student Vanderbilt University under Prof. A. M.
Harris 1922-'23. Head of Department of English, David
Lipscomb College, 1914-1922.
IVEN H. HENSLEY, B. A.
High School training in Oklahoma City schools. Four
years a student of Abilene Christian College. B. A. ibid.
1923. Director College Band 1921-22, 1922-23.
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