Top-Notch, Volume 3, May 1963

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Literary journal of Howard Payne College, containing short stories, drawings, poetry, and other original works. This issue features linoleum block print illustrations by Martha Turner. The poem by Nancy Rhinehart, "First Love Song," and the play by Mary Lou Suddath, "That They Should Declare the Causes," were entries in the 1963 TIPA contest.

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30 p. ; ill. ; 28 cm.

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Howard Payne College May 1963.

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Walker Memorial Library, the main library at Howard Payne University, was named for John Allen and Elizabeth Peacock Walker and opened in 1952.

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  • Main Title: Top-Notch, Volume 3, May 1963
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Literary journal of Howard Payne College, containing short stories, drawings, poetry, and other original works. This issue features linoleum block print illustrations by Martha Turner. The poem by Nancy Rhinehart, "First Love Song," and the play by Mary Lou Suddath, "That They Should Declare the Causes," were entries in the 1963 TIPA contest.

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30 p. ; ill. ; 28 cm.

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Top-Notch was published irregularly for about eight years, from 1961-1968, under the auspices of Pi Chi, or the "HPC Progressive Club" and Howard Payne College. It was designed to be a student literary publication and was open to submissions by all currently enrolled students. The editors and sponsors were primarily journalism students, and Miss Tessica Martin, a well-known journalism teacher at Howard Payne for many years.

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  • Publication Title: Top-Notch

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  • May 1963

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Howard Payne College. Top-Notch, Volume 3, May 1963, periodical, May 1963; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth599850/: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.