The Yucca, Yearbook of North Texas State Teacher's College, 1932 Page: 47
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Students of today and yesterday find a ready wel-
come awaiting them in the office of P. E. McDonald,
For the many years he has been associated with
this work of filing credits, awarding diplomas,
transcripts, dispensing information, checking and
filing schedules, he has come in close touch with
practically every student in this school, past and
His knack of remembering faces and names is
nothing short of remarkable; and old students,
returning, find Mr. McDonald always ready to
greet them by name, recalling almost instantly some
experience that the particular student had in the
In his everyday routine work he is brought
possibly closer to the students than any other one
He knows those w h o fail to pass the required sub-
jects. He is ever ready to assist those who wish a
He is the ,_
the vast files
the record of
you and me
gone on be-
He is one
be calle d a
link of all that
ed, that hap-
will happen. P. E. McDONALD
A ready smile and patience acquired by years of
work have made Mr. McDonald a very pleasant
and loved registrar.
A. C. McGINNIS
expenditures is kept, and here we
process of registration for a new ten
Just as in
the case of
ald, the busi-
ger's job is
must pass ev-
ery student of
go first in our
To this man is entrusted our financial condition.
He is the man who figures college success not only
in terms of accomplishment, but also in terms of
dollars and cents.
He is the one who must be consulted about en-
trance fees, requisitions, pay rolls, warrants, and
any other questions of college finance.
He apportions money to the various departments
and checks the expenditures of each in turn. In
short, he is all his title implies, the manager of our
college's bank roll.
For several years Mr. A. C. McGinnis has been
an ideal business manager. He is sincere and demo-
cratic, a man who knows you tomorrow if he knows
you today. He is one who feels that the quiet
harmony of college is based on the efficiency with
which its business is managed.
During the last part of the fall term Mr. McGinnis
was granted a leave of absence, and the business
office was under the direction of Mr. Dixie Boyd,
who served as assistant under Mr. McGinnis last
year. Mr. Boyd has proved very successful as
acting business manager.
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