The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, February 27, 1953 Page: 4 of 4
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THE WESTERNER WORLD
Friday, February 27, 1953
Seventeen of the 21 speakers who participated in the Lubbock Senior High school career conferences
for senior students Tuesday during the guidance period are shown above. On the first row, they are, left
to right, Mrs. Pearl H. Smith, secretarial work; Mrs. Mabel Chapman, general office work; Mrs. Harmon
Jenkins, “Vocational Trends in the Professions”; and Miss Beatrice Carruth dnd Miss Betty Cameron, nurs-
ing. Second roiv, left to right, are: Dr. Gene Hemmle, music; Mr. James 'Atcheson, architecture; Mr.
E. L. Coggin, Jr., aviation; Mr. W. D. “Dub” Rogers, radio and television; and Dr. Reginald Rushing,
accounting. Third row, left to right, are: Professor A. H. Leidigh, agriculture and related fields; Mr.
A. M. Dickson, aviation; Mr. Bob Garner, “Job Opportunities in West Texas”; Mr. Charles A. Guy, journal-
ism; Dr. Wallace Hess, medicine and related fields; Chaplain Harold Howard, ministry and religious
education. A complete story of the career conferences will be given in next week’s WESTERNER WORLD.
14 Pledges Initiated
By Quill And Scroll
Midnight perfume, Lady Go-
diva, a wastebasket, “Peanuts,”
and a paint brush were some of
the typical characters or objects
represented by the 14 Quill and
Scroll pledges Tuesday night at
the annual Jake night, held at
June Chapman’s house.
Entertainment provided by the
pledges consisted of a piano solo
by Joan Myrick, a reading by
Betty Jo Stewart, a piano duet
by Joyce Davison and Betty Mc-
Allister, a song by James Greer,
a duet sung by June Chapman
and Sue Valentine, and a panto-
mine by Charda Pierce. Billy Eger
was master of ceremonies for the
The meal, which consisted of
baked ham and scalloped pota-
toes, tossed salad, hot rolls, ice
cream and cookies, and iced tea,
was served buffet style.
The other Jakes pledging Quill
and Scroll are Sondra Stone, Ann
ood, John Wilkerson, Elaine Sher-
Shirley Marion Is
Shirley Marion, senior, auto-
matically became sweetheart of
Future Teachers of America club
when she won the “Why I Want
to be a Teacher” contest last week.
She will give her speech in the
statewide contest in Denton,
Texas the sixth and seventh of
The brown-eyed brunette was
elected Sweetheart of the Future
Farmers of America in January.
Among her various activities,
Shirley serves as vice-president
of Quill and Scroll and FTA, dis-
rod, and Jo Ann Roberts.
The formal initiation will be
held at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the
trict corresponding secretary of
FTA, and feature editor of the
3luLUcUy . .
FHA Honors Marshall
Myrna Marshall has been chos-
en the Februarly homemaking
girl of the month, according to
Mrs. W. K. Hicks, club sponsor.
“Myrna is student chairman of
publicity, and has worked dili-
gently all year,” Mrs. Hicks
stated. A gift was presented to
Myrna during the regular Mary-
Emma club meeting Monday.
"The Bride and the Butcher"
was the title of a humorous read-
ing given by Lela Thomas as part
of the Mary-Emma program. Dur-
ing the business meeting which
followed, Rexell Smallin, club
president, announced that the
club will be co-hostess with Texas
Tech for the Area I homemaking
meeting to be here Tuesday,
March 7. The Lubbock chapter
will have charge of registration.
"Blue Moon" was sung by Ro-
berta Elliott as part of the music
committee program for the Y-
Teen club last Wednesday in the
auditorium. Sylvia Dietering, mu-
sic committee chairman, directed
the program; and Betty Shew-
bert, vice-chairman, was master
of ceremonies. Carol Jean De-
laney accompanied Mary Jane
Hartley as she sang “I’ll See You
in My Dreams.” Joanne Dean
played a piano solo, “Malaguena;”
Joan Myrick played an organ solo,
“It Is No Secret.” and Mary Shaf-
fer played “Fiddle-Faddle” on the
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The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, February 27, 1953, newspaper, February 27, 1953; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth662241/m1/4/: accessed September 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lubbock High School.