Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1922-1923 Page: 14
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
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 this summer. Director of Music
in Meridian College eight years. Abilene Christian College,
MISS BERNICE COMPERE, 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, 1919-'20, '20-'21, '21-'22.
MISS FRANCES CATO, B. A.
Graduate in Expression Nashville Bible School 1917. B. A.
David Lipscomb College, 1918. Graduate from Vanderbilt
School of Expression, Vanderbilt University, 1919. Three years
experience in teaching. B. A. Abilene Christian College 1922.
MISS ELIZABETH NELSON, B. A., PRINCIPAL
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.
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